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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 6 January 1905

. TWENTY-EIGHTH YEAR. Destroyed b^^ire! MORE WOOD A AND COAL ??. Is needlessly burned every year by using a poor stove 'iWife^~^2^§\^3 than l>y burning buildings. -| vtj|£%i! From Jan. 7 to Jan 31 we will offer our entire line of Uliiversal Heaters At a liberal discount in order to make room for our spring shipment of Drills, Wagons, Harrows, Gangs, Buggies and Hacks, etc. Now is your time to get a first class iieater at a low price. Enterprise Implement Company, Opposite Garotte Office. COLFAX, WASH. ]l' "OOSSIBLY you are already a patron of this bank. If not, it might be well to start in with the New Year. A trial may prove mu tually profitable. With a view* to getting better acquainted, we invite you to call. The Golfax National Bank The "1900" Washer Saves Do not rub your clothes to pieces and Your life away over an old washboard It in to niinp!e and durable that it will not get ou. ->? order, so easy of action that a child can operate it. Built Like a Bicycle. The bearing...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 6 January 1905

a LAWYERS ARE MERRY Whitman County Bar Associa- tion Meets. Their Btorentk Annual Business Meeting and Banquet—Princi pally Banquet. The Whitman County Bar association held its eleventh annual buHine^s meet ing and banquet in Colfax last Friday nitfht. The bueinens meeting was bew at the court house and the election ol officers for the ennuiug .year constitu ted practically all of the buxinesH trans acted. Thoimis Neill wa« eluded presi dent to smmd P. L. Ettiuger. H. M. Love was elected secretary and It. I' • Banker, tminurer. The banquet was served fit the Ten nessee reHtaurarit and was pronounced one of the laeat ever ai-rved in Colfax. The menu card was a unique piece of work and consisted of a four page folder printed in two colors and en closed in a deckle edge rover on the front page of which was a silk ribbon. The plate cards were annual passes over the Lewiaton ft Owynee Beilroad, signed by the president of that famous corporation, If. 0. Heed. The banquet itself consisted ...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 6 January 1905

WATCH FOR LIPPITT BROTHERS ADVERTISEMENT . JANUARY CLEARANCE SALE XI f*fc "■» MONEY SAVING OPPORTUNITIES From County Records Gov. Patents and Receipts. | United States to Geo Gildersleeve, patent seq 8-15-39 United States to Kittle Eldredge, patent swq 20-14 38 United States to Henry Q Batey, lots 3 and 4, of 6-13 46; lot 4 of 31-14-46, patent. United States to Wm R Baldwin, nwq 28 17-40, patent United Slates to Chester E Kuy kendali, nb seq, swq Beg, lot 5 of 4-13-40, patent Deeds. H H McKinney to Sarah A How ard, lot 5 H H McKinney'e add Garfield $; 537 Chas T Jennings to H J Led bet ter, Its 5,7,8,9,10 blk 20 Rosalia 1500 Harrison J Ledbetter to Joseph Dowling, neq 27-20-43 3000 Proseer State Bank to J E Gordon et al, eeq S*-15-39 2500 Arthur A Townley to A N Town ley, lot 3 blk 5 McDonald's add- Tekoa 1 G P Barger to George Brown,tract in Elberton 75 E M Roberts to Lottie A Sander eon, lots 1 and 2 blk 13 west of G St Breeding's add Palouee. . „ 165 Z'llimo Doty to Mace W Dunbar...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 6 January 1905

I COL PAX GAZETTE W. L HUNTER. PUBLIHHKK. KstftblUh©d,lß77. Entered at the postofflee at Colfax as secoud claw matter. Subscription. »2.00 a year —*1.»O if paid In advance Six months, in *,lTincp, 78c. Single copies sc. Official paper of the City of Colfax. O. R. * N. Time Card. ToPortland B:^P- 1U" To Spokane 6:15 a.m. 4:00 p.m. To P^ndleton 10:4". a in. fcM P* From Moscow 9:4"' ».««». 3*6 P-™- To Moscow 10:50 a.m. «:■*> p.m. The publisher of the Iniontown Prees fittingly, or unfittingly as the cwse may be. observed the New Year holiday by omitting his regular weekly issue, which he says is a regular eastern custom. A California uuiver«iiy professor has invented a "mechanical thinker" whicb he claims will solve problems in logic, physics and mathematics. What a boon such a device would be to some of the democratic editors who are devoting many columns of their paper's space trying to figure out why the republican majorities were so large last November, and how they can be reduce...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 6 January 1905

THB MAYORS HBBBAGB New Council Meets and Organ izes For Hiihiiios. Commit teen Appointecl-The Mayor Makes Pointed Suggestions— Health and hewerit, The new council met last Tuesday night and perfected an organization. As forecasted in The Gazette, there were no changes made in the appointive officers except ing that of assistant, marshal Mi Lleweiliog succeeding Mr. Allpbin. Thin change will take effect Jan. 10. J. S Brakebill wm appointed special police man at the (). U. N. depot at a salary of §10 per month. The marshal was in structed to see that the ordinance for bidding the erection ol any frame build i iii in the fire limits wan enforced. Standii g committees were appointed as folio.* 1!-: Judiciary, Dreifas, Bellinger and John eon; ways and menns. Lame, KaHum and liastin; UuaiiC. , Codd, Bellinger and Dreifun; streels and lights, Bt-liiuger, Lame and Earam; fire and water, Mas tin, Lame and Codd; health and police, Eattum, Dreifus and Johnson; printing] Johnson, Co-id ond Mast...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 6 January 1905

8 SWINGS INTO ITS SECOND WEEK. Crowds of people have already taken advantage of this great money saving sale and if you havn't attended it do so at once. It will pay you, and pay big, for we do not believe that good reliable merchandise was ever before offered at such a sacrifice. A Clean-Up on a Clean-Up in T<wo HUNDRED AND FORTY v Clean-Up in A Clean-Up in outing: Gowns „. BLACK MINE PETTICOATS AT HW QW»s Dressing Sacqncs Hosiery 98 cents. UIUBn snlplS r)L I(Jgg i c i , , XT A - , • You all know the duett Shirt, and yon nr\i\ "Pn+li BfIViDQ " - ■— A wonderful purchase by our New York buyers, ail kno« the price ie »l 50. We have ailll lJdlli ILUUOb BMime BBr B aißß The material alone is worth more than the price asked the a^m-y for -Th, Ki^in shirt'- F , «,. Ht lh i'jki* flii> tfH»lii c i.i i *.• i nw • a j mi him! henceforth will handle it exclusively, r«)Ot\\t\\r JL>a»i>>lins liKlt lilt, Qowm for Women, Mimem and Children; nriM«n tor the made up article. 1 hey just...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 13 January 1905

THE COLIFAX GAZETTE PWBNTT-EIOHTB YEAR. Ooes It Belong To Us or Spokane?] The great benefit to be derived from the building of Electric Roads through the I Palouse Country belongs to the cities and towns of Whitman County ! | Build for Your Own Benefit First. J The Whitman Electric Railway & Power Co. I Offers you the best inducement to display your patriotism and reap the reward. ■ We have over a mile of our road graded and are now working a force of men on the I rock work intending to push the grading of our road to completion with the coming of I good weather. | We have the best paying route for a road and will eventually reach Snake river and m every city in Whitman county. This is a home concern and the profits will be for I home benefit. | There is a block of 7,000 shares of stock left at the low price of 50c per share, this I will soon be gone and the price will be advanced. Don't delay, get in now, you can't lese. ■ S I> LOHMABBOH, S D LOMMA3SOK, $ President. C F STUA...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 13 January 1905

s BUI THE WARRANTS A Safe and Profitable Invest ment for Local Capital. Cilfm Citizens Subscribe -More Water Found at SpriiiKH—Fortj b Jvc Men at Work. There are busy scenes around the springs that nre to supply Colfax with water in the future. Contractor Jacob* has a force of 45 tuen at work in that vicinity and as soon as the pipe arrives the force will be enlarged. At present the men are engnged in doing heavy rock blasting. Ihe digging of the trench will begin as soon as the pipe gefs here, as it is desired to dig and lay the pipe at the same time. Tbe aiot-t important development of the week has b. en the discovery of another spring nt-ar the two which the engineer* hud developed. It hud been supposed that the excess water around the two springs was seepage from them, but investigation proved the existence of another spring, with a volume of water in excens ol the original ones. The esfi mated volume of wnter which Colfax can now have is over NOO.OOO gallons every 24 hours, whi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 13 January 1905

The January Clearance MUSLIN UNDERWEAR AND LINEN SALES UIPPITT BROTHERS We don't make any reservations when we say that our 28th annual January Clearance, Muslin Underwear and Linen Sales are the premier yalue-giving events of the season. The savings which they afford are savings not equaled anywhere in Whitman county The price conses Sl ons are very liberal, while the assortments include almost everything needed, either to wear or to use in the house. On account of a backward winter season some stocks are much larger than they should be This sale will clear them quickly.- KEEP in mind that the goods offered are Lippitt Brothers best-that our word stands back of every article sold. Read this advertisement, figure for yourself the savings and come without fail. MIIQIIM IIIinrRU/rAR ?■ P^^* f« «£»«»« l ale °/ Wom6a's tfaiermaslins, we went into the markat months ajo, with ■ and willingly made us prices which now it would Tse impossible to duplicate. What's the Result ? A White Sale, B...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 13 January 1905

' COLFAX GAZETTE W. L HUNTER, PUBLISHER. Established 1877. Entered at the postoffice at Oolfax as necond class matter. Subscription. $2.00 * )<»r 51.50 if paid in adTanoH. Six months, in advance, 75c. Single copies sc. Official paper of the City of Colfax. O. R. & N. Time Card. To Portland - : *:L P>m' To Spokane »£* »•">• 4:00 p.m. ToPendleton 10:4r. am. 8:lop.m. From Moscow 9:45 a.m. -i:4o p.m. To Moscow 10:50 a.m. 8:20 p.m. Prospective Settlers. Travel to the three states of Wash ington, Oregon and Idaho, during 1905 promises to be a record breaker. All of the western roads are making extensive preparation* to ha.-dle, not only tfe* heavy tourist travel which will be great ly augmented by the Lewie and a Clark exposition but also the colonial travel. Indications point to an unprecedented^ large ouml er of spttlf-rs leaving the mid die west for the Pacific coast this year. Passenger agents, commercial club? and newspapers are receiving an unusual ly large number of in...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 13 January 1905

TWO *? w? BUTTERFLIES By LCYVELL O. REfSE CtopyrigM, W*, by LnweU i). Reese A saint would have been driven fran tic by the girl. I threw up my hands, figuratively, groaned literally and with an expletive not at all in harmony with the best ethics of polite society declar ed to my tortured soul that she had the sphinx beaten a mile. The same not being an elegant thing to do, I excuse it only on the ground that I was worried to the point of Ir responsibility. 1 swore by all the gods, from the little mud god of the Digger Indian to the war god Thor, never to have anything more to say to her. Fif teen minutes later I was back on the hotel veranda watching that tantaliz ing, Inscrutable glint in her eye. For i was human, and she was very dear to me. And the worst of it was she knew it. Once let a girl know you love her and you arc lost. "And you don't wish me to go out with Mr. Blakeslee?" she said with pro voking mildness. "And why. please?" "First." I broke out, "because you're going t...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 13 January 1905

6 TBH COUNTY KPENBEB Proceedings of Board of County ConimiKHionerH. Officer* Bonds Are Approved—Koadß Ketablished and Many Bills Allowed. Pursuant to adjournment the board of county commissioners of Whitman county, Washington, met on the 3rd day of January, A. D., 1905, members Klem gard and .Sherfey being; present. General Claims. The following claiaia were examined and allowed on the current expense fund : Allen, LX. expense us ro treasurer $ 8 » Alexander, J X, expeiiKe for sheriff 9 W Ah-XHiicier.J E, " " " ir *** Bran)welt Broh, mipj-lies lor sheriff )> 50 liramwcl Bros. rappUes lor judge mpe rlor court •? 00 Bnumvel! Bros, Mipplien for treasurer. .* 50 H-tiinwell Brow, supplies for co. c eric 0 00 Hrmnwell Bros, ■uppiie* for pros. atty. 8M) Bnyior, J W, supplies for e<> farm 8 »Hi Bach. John B, livery for iberiff •■•••■ ]* °° BtacKimiD Bron .^ Co, Mipplien/or ludgl.. 11 H) Brinkuer Bros, livery for indigent 'I 00 Browu «!k Kimble supplies for prisoners lls Buck, John ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 13 January 1905

AlTAround the County] L.A CB')8BE IjOCAL.B. News i* rather Kara this week. Q lite v few people from here went to V iitow Creek last Sunday night to at tend the nervier at the Free. Methodist church, conducted by R^v. Smith. William Clark returned las* Sunday night in fro a thrpe month's visit to his old home in North Carolina. Mr. Frey of lowa has purchased some town lots here and commenced the erec tion of a building which he will occupy with a stock of harness. The Four Hundred hotel of this place closed down last Saturday. There was quite an excitpment here Thursday eauned by a team belonging to Mr. Shobe running away. Mr. Ha!e bertnn was thrown out of the wagon but fortunately escaped injury. John Biscuit has been working in the new bank building installing the furni ture. The bank will opeu for buisness in v few days. The two little boys of Marion Clark are very sick with typhoid fever at this writing. Elmer Berseth is reported on the sick list this week. J. C. Craig o? St. Joh...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 13 January 1905

8 The r nir s Annual juihiufv SfllG Highest Grade Muslin Underwear, Em broidery, Laces, and White Wash Goods v —. 1 y The big sale of White Wear starts Monday morning, January 16th. AN EVENT OF THE UTMOST IMPORTANCE TO EVERY PERSON WHO WEARS ANY KIND OF MUSLIN UNDERWEAR. It is our aim to make this the MIGHTIEST SALE OF DEPENDABLE, DAINTILY TRIMMED UNDER MUSLINS, we have ever planned for the women of The Palouse Country, and you have heretofore attended many successful ones. No matter how simple, no matter how fine the white wear you desire, you will find it here, at THE LITTLEST PRICES EVER QUOTED. QUALITY as well as little PRICING is the feature of this sale. Note the excellence of materials--the very cheapest garments are made of a high standard muslin. Note the care with which they are shaped to fit perfectly, and note the daintiness of the laces and embroideries used as trimming. Owing to the GREAT SPECIAL VALUES we have given each year, we find each succeding sale brings GREATE...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 20 January 1905

THc-COLFAX GAZETTE rVRNTY-RKJHTH YEAH Destroyed by Fire! MORE WOOD *&l AND COAL J§L Is needlessly burned every year by using a poor stove M^li^r±o?^ffl^ than by burning buildings. |WKi--L.".... \'^^yh From Jan. ? to Jan :51 we will ofler our entire live of Uiiive rs a 1 Jrl eat cr s At a liberal discount in order to make room for our spring shipment of Drills, Wagons, Harrows, Gangs, Buggies and Hacks, etc. Now is your time to get a first class heater at a low price. Enterprise Implement Company, Opposite Gazette Oftice. OOJL.FAX, WASH. The Golfax National Bank Capital $120,000.00. rTMIE POLICY of this bank has always been the most liberal consistent with absolute safety. Believing in our ability to handle your banking business to your satis faction, we invite you to call. [ ~^m c 3 AII Styles to Choose From. -^M^sjy^ifc^^t^ **ou are not confined to one.or even *3^:~i^'&fu^{r¥%y!* several, varieties of vehicles in our \% / /*l@lSDrai fj sa'es store. We display many at ' -*'m...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 20 January 1905

S • DOIMS AT OLYMPIA An Interesting Talk by J. N. Piekrell. Whitman County Legislator* Get XfMKMiix'nt* on Important Committees. J. N PtekieU the well known Colfax lawyer returned Friday from a trip to the Bond where, in addition to looking lifter some private iiffairs, he attended the opening of the legislative session at oiyuipia. He wa* interviewed bj a rep reaeatative of The ttasette and among Other things said: -'Yes, I visited Oivrnpia, saw the legis lature'organiz d, ' the ihip of state launched on her new vojage, and *he gives promise of being very fruitful for the apbnildiag ar.i betterment oi the state. It in conceded that Governor Mead is a strong man aud it Ki'eißH to be the universal opinion Hint he will make us an exceptionally good governor. He possesses the inherent strength always found with ruggfd honesty, which augurs bo well for an able, clean and eosaerv* tive administration." "How about the legislature?" was aske.l, to which he replied: "I whh very much impress...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 20 January 1905

Lippitt Brothers' Clearance Sale Energetic price-cutting in every department. Stirring reduc tions for the Second Week of this great money-saving event. SALE OF MUSLIN UNDERWEAR The Undermuslin Sale of the season without a doubt Hundreds of enthusiastic women testily to the honest excellence of the Lippitt Brothers garments, and to their style, beauty, taste and lowness of price. The bargains for the second week of this great sale equal and even exceed the rare offers of last week. Undermuslins sold elsewhere niav be GOOD but LIPPITT BROOTHERS' are BETTER. 3 ' Do not miss this opportunity, every department is brim full of money-saving bargains for you. AGENTS FOR I 1001 I I DDATUCDO AGENTS FOR Thompson Glove Fitting Corsets } 9~* fpKO I ■< « fc^J %**£ ff I Uln L^ *%^ Hamilton-Brown Shoes I | | • '■ ;'; § §_J I §V J fIJ Famous Munsing Underwear Steinkalla Kid Gloves ■ ■ ■ »ra ■ > Bntterick Patterns fTct££ Gloves The Pioneer Merchants - - - Colfax, Washingfov CM^ m—,—,^>^,»__...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 20 January 1905

A COLFAX GAZETTE W. L HUNTER. PUBLISHER. B<Ubllined. 1877. Entered at the po«tofflce at Coliax as secoud claw matter. Subscription. 2&2.00 a year—*l.»O ir paid in advance. Six months, in advance, 75c Single copies sc. Official paper of the City of Colfax. O. B. & N. Time Card. ToPortland *X£» To Spokane (1:1.-) a.m. 4:00 p.m. ToPendleton 1(1:45 a in. 8:l»p.m. From Moscow 9:45 a.m. MB P.". To Moscow 10:50 a.m. 8:3) p.m. The Governor's Mnstt*(Ce. The h'rnt meneaKe of Washington** new executive which wan delivered to the legislature .lauuary 11, in which he outlined the policy of hie adu.imHtration, wa» an able document. The governor did not mince words in recommending reforms in a number of exiting laws and he urgeH the early enactment of a railroad comnuHnion rueaHure. The readerH of thi« paper do not need to be reminded of the predictions freely made during the campaign by the democratic preHH and speaker*, and by many republicans in eantern Washing ton, that the election...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 20 January 1905

AlLAround the County ALBION APPAIEiS. Mrs. J. S. Pitzer, known among her numerous friends hpre as "Aunty", and who has made her home with the Whet /A family of this place, died Ihhi Saturday morning at the advanced age of 84 years. Her funeral was conducted by the Masonic lodge of Albion. Services were held at the Whetzel home Sunday afternoon, and interment had at the cemetery here. "Aunty" was a pioneer of California and her husband a noted lawyer and judge of the early days in that state, lie was a mason of high degree. Mrs. Pitzer came to Albion 12 years ago, and by her quite, unassuming iflHiicer aod lovable disposition, endeared herself to all who became acquainted with her. tier health remained good until very recently when she wassiezed with an attack ol la grippe, and after a few day's illness she succumed to "the Destroyer who waits upon all." "She "huth gone last asleep, and when she nwakes 'twill be into God's boundless !ove—Heaven's tomorrow". Evangelist sfcConell gave ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 20 January 1905

_ extra good tilings we had to offer A mil/l^SjL^. C* 1 them. THE FIRST WEEK OF & •rPAT* W iliTf' ||!| sale xvas success. %#1 WU^P ¥ ▼ AM*%? VIUAV •• • • 111. BEYOND OUK GREAT EST EXPECTATIONS. Hut then, we are never satisfied, and THE SECOND WEEKS SALE MUST BE EVEN GREATER THAN THE FIRST. To accomplish this we are going to take the REMAINDER OF OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF DNDERMTJSLINS and offer them all at a Discount of 20 Per Cent Every garment is marked in glain figures and at Sale Prices, and the discount is figured from those Sale Prices. Our reason for this sacrifice is that during the first week's rush and sale a great many of the garments became wrinkled and slightly soiled from handling. SALE STARTS SATURDAY MORNING AT 9 A. M. Here's a Silk Bargain All Remnants Go at Pretty Sacques and Bath Robes 83c Taffetas at 59c HA I. lE* at Hal< Price- Several dozen all-wool Eiderdown Dressing Sacques and Twenty pieces of the very best quality 19-inch Taffeta Hundreds upon hundreds of ...

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