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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 10 February 1905

New Sheer White Goods L f f||^ f£ f f| |* Q £ AH Orders by Telephone •r ■, ari All the world loves a lover, and Sm Mm 4IM • An oxperienred nalosman in charge every dainty woman loves beautiful white will be pleased to take your order fur any goodi We invite you to see the new things mi ~p| • Ik IT 1 i art!clft w!d in thi« "tore and we will guarantee thl3"'!ek- I lhe Pioneer Merchants | LIPPITT BROS COLFAX, WASH== LIPPITT BROS Beautiful For Early Spring- Wear V T Th° Store is PassiuS through a gradual transformation. The stunning things in %J /l\\r various outer wear for Spring nw arriving even day, and we are just as eager for a j L yV V^P at them as we know you will be. The New Silks and Dress Goods, Embroider fc . ies^ Laces, etc., are daily arriving and this initial showing, while not yet complete, is • indeed INTERESTING TO THE SEEKER OF THE VERY NEWEST THINGS I rung's call and see them LIPPITT BROS. The Pioneer Merchants, - - - - Colfax, Washington From County Records Gov. Pate...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 10 February 1905

6 f WOMAN'S 7 .WORIJb "l MRS. MARIE DE HART. £ Cincinnati Woman Who Haa Bo- come a .Vaater Mrrhnnif, A muster mechanic In skirts'. Who ever keard of such a thins? No, not a mau masquerading, but a real live woman of high birth, culture, educa tion and refinement, plying her chosen vocation in Cincinnati. With her sleeves rolled up to her el bows, dainty hands soiled with the grime and grease of S machine shop, Mrs. Marie Gregory De Hart, scion of an Illustrious .southern family and daughter of an ex-judge of the supreme court and United States senator from Indiana, prides herself on her skill in \\ \ \ "v V :■ Ml'.S. UAIUE DX ilAltl. the manipulation of machine tools aud knowledge of the all round practical workings of a shop. Aside from her penchant for handling the cold chisel aud operating the lathe. «he Is the patentee of a hollow tire for bicycles, carriages aud automobiles which she claims will revolutionize the business. Mrs. De Hart was boru in Kentucky and at the age of twe...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 10 February 1905

I All Around the County KAMI AC MATTKKS Mr«. H Straight of CJilmer, Wash , is vit-i;mc her dunghtere, Mrs. Frank and Mrs. George Trmpero. A Dmncfa church with 14 members was organised a^erk ago rtoodny. Mr. J. Lorsg in elder and llvewni lempero,Frock and Qopteil are the tniHteeM. A prayer meeting is held at the school house every Sunday night. llilph Trimble met with an unfortu nate accident last, Monday. While re turning honn from a neighbor's, the bor*e. he whh riding fell nod broke its right front leg just above tue kne«. For tunately X »lph was not hurt. He splintered an<l bandaged up the horse's leg nnd it bids fair to be all right in a couple oF oionthH. Shelby Steve.)s gave a dance Wednes day night. There whs a very large crowd and they till sty they had a good time. rl here was also a dance at Frank Po».'i-'r on the Nth. 1 he literary society will give a unique social on the. night of the luth. As many valentines as there are coupleß in the house will be torn in two, then...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 10 February 1905

8 If Any Person Offers TTUIT Ht AIR Compare the Goods Lower Prices Ilian J| J| il flirt* 4 AjLJIJT^ Now Comes the Greatest Bargains Ever Ottered in Colfax A SALE of such magnitude and low pricedness that it will cause every other sale to sink into oblivion when compared with it. Not only winter goods, but great quantities of the NEWEST SPRING MERCHANDISE will contribute to make this the mightiest sale of dependable wares ever attempted in the Palouse country. January was a good >*«« ■ month with us but FEBRUARY MUST BE BETTER. It isn't a question of profits, as they will be lost sight of in this sale, but we must be busy every day and every week, and we take these radical measures to make an ordinarily quiet month a lively one. Read every word in this ad. Come and see the items mentioned and then compare. That's what we want—COM PA RISON— for nine times out of ten, when comparison is made, we win. Come today. SytotSkipts ~ Extra—- Her^saGuptainßargain Advance Spring Styles . *j J...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 17 February 1905

' '" X -A. X*±*^~*^ ffl J^ JBL^gq # P«TGN PY-EIGHTH TEAR. The Golfax National Bank Capital $120,000.00. rpilE 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. J& (^s> jL For Priming 1, Budding and /^f^^^^ Grafting s' // ■1/ (M as well as planring cultivating we havf /■ ''"AXV \Y<^T| \\ all the Boctmmtj toils that are needed 11 / J^T^dLS till matter wb^tlier your garden occupies <~>\ ' ■ i ' \\ 't^^r s ' ■'■! '\ the l>aik yard or n any acrei we can sup \J\\j ','''^y \^-Xl- --'I vW!\^ P^y y°u w^^ everything iv this liut; in Knives, Shears, Saws I^. V 4 an(^ 'a ac^ auything aQd everything you ca^»,«T^' S%V^ _Yv»»^ CHn wish in light and heavy hardware CJoltux, Wushiu^ton. j53 !tl|||i Coming Your "Way fvvvf^ i f^jj}-^^ t f ' That's what happens to you when ■■^=~— —____ you have purchased from uh a mod i iet«sfc'«rVi\ \_ filfv /^3o'...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 17 February 1905

2 FAVOR ELECTRIC LII meetings Held in Several Towns Last Week At Erery Point the Promoter* of tbe Enterprise Were I'romtaed Hearty Mipport. Meetings for the discussion of the pro posed Spokane and Inland Biertric rail way were held In several towns along tl c route during the past wok ami mm h encouragement ill accorded the pro moter* by the people of each locality. The Meeting at Kosalla The Rosalia CitUen in speaking of the [ meeting at that place says: 'Two hundred farmers and business men met the representatives <»f the Spo kane ud Inlnud Electric railroad ai the meeting held in Turnley's hull, Tuesday afternoon. It was an enthusiastic men tine and the sentiment whs unaoi mou-ly in favor of assisting the t*ull«iijt^» of (he proposed road. "Such a gathering of landowners for the prnmni ion of basinet* interests has never belore hem wen in Rosalia. Fbe owners «»f LOO.OOO acre* of laud in Whitman and Spokane counties were present at the in.eti'g and tbe estab lished precedent of...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 17 February 1905

AND STILL THEY COME Three weeks today since our CLOSING OUT SALE began and the people continue to come in crowds, because they see that we are selling-just as we hare advertised Why Do We Order More Groceries Whe» w»ape fcino ■» s^^^^ we will sell you MEN'S COVERT COATS Regular Price 1.75, now .... 120 Regular Price 2.50, now - LSO Regular Price 1.50, now - I*oo Men's Covert TJlsters, Regular Price 5.00, now - - 3.*00 dllß PAP PdIINTFR PAPQ THF PI IMAY Our stock of WINTER UNDERWEAR, LINED GLOVES, WOOL HOSE, MEN'S SHIRTS, SHOES, OVERCOATS HATS, CAPS and MEN'S and BOYS' CLOTHING is melting away like a snow man in the sun. If You Gome Too Late to Get What You Want DONT BLAME US THE FOREST SERVICE Now Und^r Supervision of Sec- retary of Agriculture Letter of Instruotious Defining Policy iv Kegard to (government Keserves Below we print a copy of a letter of in structions from the secretary of agricul ture to the forester, showing the cnauge of control of th^ national forest reserves and ...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 17 February 1905

4 COLFAX GAZETTE W. h. HUNTER, PHBUHHER. Kitablißhert. 1H77. Fnt/>ro<l at the postofflce at OoUax as second olast matter. Subscription. St-.00 a yp«r- JRI.RO If pairt In atlvancv Six months, in advance. 75c Single copies Sc Official paper of the City of Colt>« O. R. & N. Time Card. To Portland. §*" Pm To Spokane 6:15 a.m. 4:00 p.m. To P nrtlp'on 10:4 r > am. 815P m. From Mopcow 9:J">a.m. :<:45 p.m. To \l.>ic»w. 10 50 a.m. 8:-"> 1> m. Do You Want The Koad ? That the Spokane & Inland company will build a road through this county to Moscow is practically im assured fact, but the route that will be followed i* not Bettled. The company serins to favor the route via Roi-alia, Coifax and Puli man, but this does not prove that the road will follow this line. Other towns and interests are working for the line through their territory, and unless Col fax people show interest enough in the project to subscribe their share of stock and help push their claims, t...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 17 February 1905

From County Records Gov. Patents and Recetots. United States to Sam'l H Perkin, neq 18-14 40, rec rect Deeds. Ernest Becker to Joseph Grassel, part nwq 8-13 46; ewq 5-13 46 (except,) bond lor deed $ 8000 David T Hani to F J Mahoney neq 20 20-45 *.| ciQQ F J Mahouey to H B Milner nea 20 20-45 H 6(j25 Sam'l Bothwell to Campbell Le lore, lot 18 blk 1 Tekoa 1 Hester A Lake to Oscar E Nyberx et al, swq 28-19-45 4000 0 B Coigny to J X McCornack, lots 1 and 2 blk 10 Beach's add Paloaae 1000 EO Martin to J P Kleweno, part Int 1 blk 7 and tract adjoining Endicott 2gQ Christian Kleweno to John H Kle weno et ai, s.q 18-17 42; neq 21 and Hwq 15-17-41 1 N P Ry Co to Jas Mac Donald, all fractional tee 19-29-39 458 N P Ky Co to Jae Mac Donald, lots 3 and 4. eh ««q 19 19-39 398 C L MacKentie to John E Hoppe, riwq •) i 7 43 6400 Mrs Mollie Cannon to Kate A Con rid, neq 30 19 46 1 0 B & N Cv et al to Jae C Vane kifctt, neq and nwq 31 17 40 958 F J Manouey to Mayme H Maho ney, lota 5 and 6 blk 4, ...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 17 February 1905

6 THE COIM BUSINESS Proceeding of Hoard of County Commissiouprs. BIIIh Allowed, X ads Ksta bMhhed, T»x<n Kpfuri(l<(] and Other Business Transacted. Pureuant to adjournment the board of county commissioners of Whitman county, Washington, met on the 6 h day of February, A. D., 1905, all members being present. General Claims. The following claims were examined and allowed ou the current expense fund: Allen, L X, Hfllary as co treasurer $154 17 Allen, LE, expense of troa* office . 11l 75 AhrnmH, LE. salary hs depot; assessor 57 70 AleXHn<k>r. .! E, service for hherifT. 11 40 Ale> antler, J X, service for ■heriff, $10 35 allowed .. 12 96 Batc.av' I>aisy, salar> aw cook at co farm 20 00 iiairii Bdwin (.', salary at clerk In cler&'a office. 70 0<» Bailor, J L, burial of indigent . 3-2 M> Bailor. JK. " " " J2 ?>0 Bitum, A I), supplies lor court house. . 370 Brmuwell Brno, sapp ies for pros utty.. VI 00 Brumwell I'.ros, supplies ior survesor,. . 7N) Bramwell...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 17 February 1905

j All Around the County BL.BBRTON h.TCHIKGS. Mr. Mini Mr*. Pearl JohuHon have moved to St. John, where i Ley have eumed the maruitreiuent of a hotel. M ,'g Mabel BodiaeJlirs. Johosoo's sister, ..«.- companed t hem. Among the EUberton people who are safieriog from the popular rnuiadv, grip, ate Miss Lvuu kelley, Minn Eva Lraper' Rex Lyons and Will K»thh. Miw Ad(Ji»; Morgan has accepted a l>osition as teucher of the (lear Creek school. Mrs. S. A. Bodine was called to Coilax Monday by tdf iiLierts l( f her daughter Mrs. Dale McDouald. ' A little daughter arrived at the home of Air. and Alra.^rhouian McKiuney. \ -h ('arrie Johuwou, who took a eoorae in the I'elhughaiu Normal school itiy.isoow engaged in teaching in the <inrheld nchitoin. (ivy DaviH i» recovering satiafactorily truuj the recent aecitieut iv which he broke bits teg while working on the new ttiuchhfl a m. ■> re. Lester Mcl>ouald han gone to Colfaz for a visit with reiatives. Mir-H Maud Fitzgerald uiu Moscow, a ...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 17 February 1905

8 2500 Yards Calico 1 ITphrtiarv *"l*Percales A f B^ ■ ■ ■ #■% I ■ • • «. ■ ■ ■ m ■ ■ ■ • Rty An vanri I^ A *^«.«^^^ C* 1 lOfi V3Pf! km I_■ W C f s JHf &A J&^i iflEa. \mfflfa j/Bffk >Wfc itf^^k -- * Positively th Very B«st Prints & c© SkaL %V^ A 50 Pieces of this M ell-Kiiowii Per Ml the Market. tale in Americans Today we state with full assurance that our system of selling goods Dark Colors Simpsons j las been the means oi not only reducing the cost of living in Colfax, Wfll booll s . iU > Sli tlw abaV4 . vriVi > »i»d Other Standard trades. J l )ut () f bringing down the COSt'of Wearing apparal to What it should I f«r Owe We<* Only. be. Its a duty you owe to yourself to know that what we state is absolutely true. WILL YOU TEST THIS AD?—with the many others who are transferring their patronage to this store because they know it their duty to save every cent they can, and they know that we have the goods at the Prices which Puts the Sayings Their Way — f —— ' ...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 24 February 1905

Hpl-1 ISlx i,Bo^OT F« A V C\ A 7PTTP rWKN PY-EIOHTB TEAR. at Two Rivers, Wash Positively Two Wt't*ks Earlier than any other in the Northwest; inexhaustible soil: un failing water supply: located on the Columbia river; has four railroads: transportation in every direction. Lands Sold in 5, 10 and 20 Acre Tracts PRICES FROM JnhP id ml*"** PER ACRE Strawberries raised on this soil were on the market last year two weeks before any others in the Northwest, and in some instances netted the grower $4>84.00 per acre Why You Should Consider This Investment The lands are sold at low price, on easy terms, to induce settlement. The growing season is earlier than any other district north of Los Angeles. A five acre tract in orchard or strawberries will yield a net income of $3,000 per year. Two Rivers irrigated lands lie either level or with a slight uniform grade. They will mature all varieties of berries and fruits, from the hardiest to the semitropical, posi tively the earliest in the stat...

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. — 24 February 1905

2 TO ADVERTISE COUNTY Important Meeting Held at Court House Tuesday. Execntive Committee of Three Members and an K\. i ii'Uf Commissioner 1 \> < «<■<!. The committee appointed by the board of county commissioners to de vise ways and means fi>r exhibiting the resources of Whitman county at the Lewis and Clark exposition at Portland, met at the court BOOM Tuesday dfter noon and organized by electing B. C Mel'roskey ehairmuu and 8. C. Arm strong secretary. A communication from Elmer E Johnston, state executive commissioner, relating to exhibit space whh read by U. C. IfcCrOskej. After n general dis cussion of the bent course to be pursued, a resolution whh introduced by (J. W I'eddyeord of I'alouse, providing for the election of an executive committee of three and election of an executive com missioner. Thin motion carried after some dincussion and a suggestion by Mr. Croskey, that the committee be composed of one member from each commissioner's district alno prevailed a...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 24 February 1905

DRESS AM) FASHION. FUR AND LEATHER VERY PROMINENT FEATURES OF THE SEASON. Velvet CMtIMM Trimmed With F«r Fur Jarkotn Worn With Velvet or < loth Skir«»-Tlie Tip Tilted Hut* !Novi>l LeaUier (iamllarrg. Velvet walks in the vanguard, of fashion this season and in its most luxurious aspect is fur trimmed, as in the very desirable visiting gown of the cut a silver gray adorned with Irish lace and the cape trimmed with chin chilla. Velvet skirts. p] a in to the hern, gain weight and finish by means of a band of fur around the bottom. Pur coats surmount cloth or velvet skirts, with accessories of fur tie, muff and a hat that may be a combination of one variety of fur with tails of an- A, flff' \ '-"\-f **^l/ M 5 / J I FITB TKIMMEI> VELVET COSTT7ME. other sort and roses or other flowers. iSuch costumes ;ire constantly seeu at afternoon receptions, and chinchilla is the favorite fur. "Tiptilted" portrays the attitude of the hai of the day. Very much "off the head" it is and ■with the...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 24 February 1905

4 OOLFAX GAZETTE W. L HUNTER. PUBLISHER. tstabllshed. 1877. Entered at the postoffice at Oolfaz ai Hccoud class matter. Subscription. $2.00 a year — $l.r»O tf paid in advanc. Six months, in advance, 75e Singte copies sc. Official paper of the City of Colfax o. H. & N Time Card. To Portland 8:l r ' P-m To Spokane 6:15 a.m. 4:00 p.m. To Pnndleton 10:45 a in. 8:15 p.m. From Moscow 9:45 a.m. 3:45 p.m. To Moscow 10:50 a.m 8:20 n m Delinquent Parents. The bill for the creation of a juvenile court to try delinquent children has al ready passed both hounes, but the bill to provide for the puninhtnent of de linquent parentH irf Htill unacted on, hbjh the Seattle Post-lutelligencer. Yet the latter bill \n a necessary complement to the other. It in recognized by all stu dents of the Mbjeet tliat a very large Bhare of juvenile crime in due to absolute dinreijard of parental duty. This bill recognizes that fact and provide* that where any child has become a delinquent, ab the term is defined...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 24 February 1905

From County Records Gov. Patents and Receipts. United Statee to Edward B Perrin. lot 4 of 17-15-41), patent United States to Edward B Per rin, nh neq 2814-38, patent United Statee to Aztec Land & Cattle Co, Bwq ewq 28 14-38, pat U S to Geo C March seq neq 4-l(> --41 receiver's receipt $ 100 United States to Samuel Simpson, nh neq 34-18 45, patent (cer li fied copy) United Statee to James F Simpson, patent, eeq nwq and lot 2 of 30-17-44 Deeds. N P Ry Co to First Nat'l Bank, Coif ax, lotß 3 and 4 and eh swq 19-15 40 329 N P Ry Co to First Nat'l Bank, Coliax, eh nwq, lota 1 and 2 of 1915-40 497 First Nat'l Bank, Colfax, to Orris Dorman, eh nwq; lotß 1 and 2; eh ewq ; lots 3 and 4 of 19-15-40 1 Harry Uarrnan et al to Potlatch Lumber Co, lots 2,11,12,14,16,17, 18, blk 4 Rosalia 850 Agnes Harlow to Lucy H Shat tuck, lot 3 blk 6 Farmington... . 150 O R & N Co to Win Smith et al, eeq 11-17-40 880 C F Young to Strong & Eaeter, lot 19 blk 64 Samuel Simpson's add Garfield 125 J ...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 24 February 1905

6 THE MIRROR. lonw ThInKTN That Wonld Be \ voided by StndyinK '«• It should be remembered that there la an enormous difference in mirrors. TJhe mirrors of our great-grandinothera, charming though they may be, cannot be truthfully said to be satisfactory reflectors to the maiden of today. The shape of a glass und its frame have a great deal to do with the beauty Of the reflection of the face within, and fa heart shaped glass is the most be coming of all. Again, some glasses have s green or yellow tinge which adds an unhealthy glow to the face. But, on the other hand, a woman should not aim to have a glass which hides or glosses over her imperfections. She should have a pure mirror of large dimensions set full in a good light, and In this make a thorough examination of herself, for thus she will appear to a close observer. Then let her take a small diminish ing hand glass In this she can judge as to how she will look to a casual pas serby. But. above all, let her have a long glass tha...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 24 February 1905

All Around the County bAOROME IiOCAL.B. S. D. Brumbaugh of O.ikesdale is at present working in the City Restaurant here. A. J. Logsdon has purchased the meat market at VVußhtucna, which he will run in addition to bin shop here. There will be preaching at the Presby terian church all next week, commencing Sunday. The services will be conducted by a traveling lady preacher. All are invited to attend. The Fair Mercantile Co., will soon re model the restaurant building now occu pied by Morris Bros., and make it an up-to date restaurant. George A. McCliutock, son ol Frank McHintock, county road supervisor, died at St. Ignatius hossital, at Colfax last week, following an operation for ap pendicitis, aged 21 years. The 14 months old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Corbett of this city, died" on February loth, of heart trouble. R. J. Wilcox, living 2% miles from La ('rouse died Tuesday, after a prolonged illness. The remains were taken to Col fax for burial. . Mr. Knowlton of this city will ...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 24 February 1905

S Amoskeag ££ MteJtur ££, GinSfhaH\ Bargains MMM^SkWMSfE^^Mi^i^ Bargains CctIICOCS m£>**% **a* COLFAX, WASHINGTON. the yard **^* Come Early for these; they're Red Every day we advance, every day adds the yard /tit* = Jv Hot Numbers New Customers to Our List = The Value of Thinking About Our Ads A man or woman who has no time to READ has no time to THINK. It is not mere activity but THOUGHTFULLY DIRECTED ACTIVITY that counts. That means* savings that will swell your bank account. YOU, perhaps, are among a host of people who have been induced through exaggerated advertisements to plunge into some sacrifice sale where the goods offered were not even value for your money, thereby causing yon to doubt and hesitate whenever you see the word BARGAIN mentioned in other store's advertisements. Now we wish to impress upon your mind that this store realizes and appreciates the fact that only TRUTHFUL ADVERTISING PAYS; that when you see an article listed here and come to the store for its in...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
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