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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 17 March 1905

The Breeding and Feeding of Hogs The greatest drawback to the hog industry which breeders in this coun try have to contend against, says ffeorge M. Rommel in his bulletin on the hog Industry, lately issued by the department of agriculture, is tbe pres ence of highly contagious diseases known as hog cholera and swine plague, or popularly as "cholera," and were it not for the fecundity of these animals their profitable production would be out of the question. These two diseases are so closely identical that postmortem examinations are usually required to distinguish between them. Indeed, only recently (Oct. 1, 1903) l>e Bchweinltx and Dorset of the bureau of animal industry auuouuced the discovery of a fatal disease of hogs which is caused neither by the hog cholera nor swine plague bacilli and which is apparently a very frequent cause of swine fatalities. For the present the breeder can re gard these diseases as identical, so Cat as his practical management of the herd is concerne...

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. — 17 March 1905

r> THE COIMSIISS Proceedings of Board of County Commi&sionerH Bills Allowed. Roads Established, Taxes Refunded and Other Business Transacted Pursuant to adjournment the board of county cominissionern of Whitman county, Waehington, met on the 6th day of March, A. I)., 1905, members Kherfey and Kupley being present. General Claims. The following claims were examined and allowed on the current expense fund : Allen, L X, expe&M Of treas office I f> 10 Allen. L E. salary rk CO treasurer 104 17 Abranifc. LX. Naliiry as depat; assessor 75 00 Baini Edwin C, salary a* clerk Id ciert'e oftice '0 00 Barroll & Mohney, supplier Tor Hherin" 395 Brain well Brw, inppli<M for 00. clerk... 400 Braimvell Bro*. supplies for treasurer. 10 00 Uramweli Bros, supplies lor sheriff *» o0 Bramwell BfOB, supplies for assessor.... » 00 Bickfoni, Phil, ■uppllea for iudineut. . d ■£> Brlckner, Joe, taking patient to hospital lao Briekuer. Joe, livery for pros, alty 2 60 Brown, H J, •applie...

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. — 17 March 1905

All Around the County DUSTY DOINGS. The farmers of this vicinity are seeding their ground with a glad smile on their facet* and a song on their lips. They have great expectations for a bumper crop, which are justified by the crops of the past eight years. With plenty of moisture to start the crops everything look* favorable. B.J. Ackerman is building a neat little barn on his place here. I. Ackerman has a slight attack of appendicitis, but hopes are entertained that it will not prove serious enough to necessitate an operation. Although we can not boast of any sudden great boom in this part of the country, we have enjoyed a steady, pro gressive forward move for the past seven jeans. Land has increased from $2 to $37.50, new and substantial buildings have been built and everything looks prosperous. H. P. Alleu, our local merchant, reports business double what it has ever been before. We still stand in need of a good black smith, and hope some good mechanic may locate here soon. A peti...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 17 March 1905

8 Suits 53.12.50 THE FAIR. Shoes=l2.so HANDMADE =================^^ WE GUARANTEE Men, compare these with the ordinary kinds \Mf A These Shoes to be the equal of any and bet offered elsewhere at 815.00 and up ### VV C • • ter than m°Bt $3 Sh°eS elsewhere Underselling the Mail-Order Houses AND thereby brino-ino- to Col fax that trade which rightfully belongs here. We have labored long and faithfully to reach that class of people, who each year was sending enor mous amounts of money back east to the catalogue houses. For a long time it seemed almost a hopeless task, for so deep rooted was the habit that it was a rare thing for us to have even a chance to compare a price. However we kept at it and perserverance finally won out, for today we have a goodly number of these very people as our regular customers and the money remains at home. Now there is never a week goes by that we do not have the opportunity of demonstrating to some heretofore mail order buyers our ability to UNDERSELL the...

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

THE COLFAX GAZETTE. TWENTY-EIGHTH YEAR. Third Annual Donation Sale Platt ®> Dreger Dry Goods, Millinery, Notions, Fancy Goods f f* ANNOUNCEMENT J^ f* \J *J Spring Summer V/%^ Spring is now here and we are pleased to announce that our entire line of Spring and Summer Goods are also here. Our store is filled with new goods which have been corning in daily. Every department throughout the store contains new and beautiful spring creations. We extend to all our patrons and friends a cordial welcome to come, inspect and examine our various lines. SPRING DRESS GOODS WHITE GOODS DEPARTMENT Our Drt;ss Goods Department in complete and This department comprises all that tends to contains all the new materials and weaves, such make "easy shopping;" full line of linens, India aa Mohair in plain, fancy and invisible checks, linons, dimities, plain, striped and checked, Panama's and fancy suitings, etc. nainsookH Persian lawns, India mulls, orgaudis piques, plain and fancy white waistings. DO Y...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 24 March 1905

9 THOS. TDRNBOW DIES Victim of J. E. Brown'H Venom Is Released From Pain. Suffered Worse Than Death for Nineteen Months-Slayer Gets Five Year Sentence. The death of Thomas Turnbow which occured at an early hour Tuesday morn ing at the Turnbow home between (Jar field aud I'alonse brings to a clone another chapter of one of themoHt awful tragedies ever known in Whitman county Mr. Turnbow and J, K. Brown were rival real estate dealers in Garfield and w^re known to have had some business difficulties. On Sunday morning August 9, 1903, Mr. Turnbow whh walking on the streets of (mrfield in front of the First State Hank when Mr. Hrowu walk ed up behind him and deliberatly shot him. Tbe bullet went through the upper part of the back, |grazed the Hpine and came out through the shoulder. Mr. Turnbow was rushed to Spokane for medical treatment and although the best physicians and surgeons of this sec tion were employed the injured man who was immediately paralized from hie waist down, has ever...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 24 March 1905

DO NOT MISS LIPPITT BORTHERS' SPRING OPENING All this week a peerless exposition of all that's newest and best in Spring Fashions, Spring Fabrics and Spring Merchandise in general. Such an extensive array of Clever Creations has never before been seen in Colfax NOTE PARTICULARLY FlßST—Prices are not high at Lippitt Bros., all goods are marked at lowest possible prices, RIGHT FROM THE START. This fact deserves Special emphasis RUGS AND CARPETS Handsome new patterns and novelties at prices that save you money. We call special atten tion to the New Yakoba Rugs, reversible—we have them in a handsome line of colorings T?|io»Q Size 30x62 for this sale each jflE"! P^A The Pioneer Store Lippitt BrOS. Colfax,Washmgton From County Records Deeds. I E Clever to W H James, sh neq and lot 2 of 0-14-38 $ 1000 W J Davidson to W S Batterton, tract in Beg 15-19 44 40 S M Jones to Mary Ana Jones, tract in lot 2 of 6-16 46 450 Harriet E Prettyman to Walter N Prettyinan. eh eeq, seq ewq, nwq Beg, 2-19 4...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 24 March 1905

4 COLFAX GAZETTE W. L. HUNTER. PUBLISHER. established, 1877. Entered at the postofflce at Colfax as secoud class matter. Subscription, $2.00 a year —$1.50 If p*l<t In adrance, Six months, in advance, 75c. Single copies Be. Official paper of the City of Colfaz O. R. & N. Time Card. To Portland 8:15 p.m. To Spokane 6:15 a.m. 4:00 p.m. To Pundleton 10:45 am. 8:15 p.m. From Moscow 9:45 a.m. 3:4f> p.m. T« Moscow 10:50 a.m. 8:20 p.m. Mead's "Loyal" Supporters. The governor has come to Whitman county and gone, to return today. He visited the state college at Pull man, where a public reception was given in his honor, under the auspices of that institution, which was largely attended by hiends of the governor from all parts of the county. He was attended through out his itinerary in this county by such stalwart republicans as Hon. J. T. Brown, alias Shorty, Hon. John Canutt, known as long John, Hon. Chas. E. Scriber and the Hon. A. E. Stuht, all of whom supported him loyally—at Pul...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 24 March 1905

THE HOG IN THE CORN BELT The Bacon and the Lard T rpt , Im _ portnnce of Rlgrht Feeding. There are those In the corn belt who are producing bacon hogs for the mar ket and who claim that a pound of gain can be made just as cheaply as in the case of the lard hogs. Experiments conducted at a number of the stations indicate the same to be true, and espe cially results from that source show that a cross of the bacon and lard hog makes a splendid type of hog to feed for the market, says lowa Homestead. Un the other hand, while the bacon hog may make as great weight at nine months as the Poland-China, Chester or Duroc, he presents a much more un ripe appearance, and in the central markets because of this unripeness he will not be valued as highly as those that are thick and fat. In spite of the fact that it is not presumed that the bacon hog belongs to the same class as the Poland-China, yet the claim is made that there are plenty of hogs be longing to the fat breeds that come to market in...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 24 March 1905

G Humor and Philosophy By DUNCAN M SMITH Copyright, 1904. L>y Duncan M. Smith. A CAMPAIGN PRODUCT, Nay, nay. Paulina, dear. That mighty noise you hear Is not, allow me to state, A Joint debate between v thrashing machine And v boiler factory. Some mean, Kude people might say so. But you should know- Better. Neither is It, please understand, A collision between a brass band And a trolley car. Far From It. Nor yet a phonograph Trying to show how a cage of hyenas might laugh. Nothing quite so refined and choice. It La only the silver ton^ued orator trying out his voice That you h.-ai ; For this is his year. Clear The track, lie comes. Drowning out the drums, Making the Japanese war Bound like the roar Of Bucking doves. He loves •To make the thunder take a back seat And to meet And vanquish the college yell. When he starts out to spell- Bind You will find It the part of wisdom to run Or stuff your ears with about a ton Of cotton if your eardrums are pets, For when he lets Himself out...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 24 March 1905

sAll AroundlSe^ountyl HUBBAItD ITEMS. Dolly Cocbran, youngest child of Lewis » ochran, has been quite sick Mr. Al Kinnamon bought the Warner place that was reported sold to Mr Ike Ellis. Mrs Francis Blake and children of Seattle are visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Lyons. Mr. Kuby h s moved on to Mr. Ilarrv Hummer's place and Mr. Privitt of Colfax has moved on the Gerber place where Mr. Ruby lived. S. W. Crumbaker moved on to the J F. Simpson place Saturday. Mr*. M. A. Crumbaker is vi^ting at the home of her father in law. lver Wilson of Gurfield visited friends at Uubburd over Sunday. Grandma Ellis of Oakesdale is visiting relatives in Hubbard. Mr. I'ayne'n house with most of its contents, at Glen wood, burned Tuesday. Samuel Brown's family have the measles. Miss Maude Rhinehardt is working at Mr. Durham's on Tennessee Flat. Mr. M. K. Snyder will preach at Hubbard next Sunday at 11:30 Sunday tchool at 10:30. Everybody weteome COUNTY CULLINUS. The Potlatce Lumber Co., with mi...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 24 March 1905

8 59c 98c $1.00 BaC JXS?- One piece snow white Pure Irish Three gty , eß p etticoats; Latest spring styles Zepbyr GiughaillS, in neat checks made from selected skins; all the new Table Damask, 66 inches wide; some with plain ruffles: others with AMCDIPAU I AIW MDCCT and stripes; pinks, blues and black spring shades; better than any &I.A. handle d Mig n; .orth 7 5 c. **" "* StHChing; p7 T« , ! ■ ">* "^ """^ '"^ "^ S|>eCi" "" "" ""^ a %i.ou value Regular $1.25 grade; all styl-a A Yard 59c For 98c How $1.00 A Yard 8 l-3c A Pair $1.00 SiaMSS 1 £he*fiuir, I Spring Millinery 10c Pearl Buttons, a doxen ..... -5 Cents | /M£iMm!M^^^^^'^S^^^^^^f^ Earl y showing and sale of strictly up-to-the 10c Toilet Soap, a cake 4 Cents | -——-—-——-——-—-—-——--— minute Hats Clothes Pins, a dozen 1 Cent Ql\t*ll»«r'c IMoiA/OCf UHI/ STKE]F T II ITQ 4c Hump Hooks and Eyes, a paper 2 CentS O|Jllll^ 5 lICWQU IlLff 1> vru\ Hll I 0 6 doz. Agate Buttone for 5 Cents _ _ "" No better Btyle9 to be found any...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 31 March 1905

Tffß COLFAX GAZETTE TWENTY-EIGHTH YEAR. Third Annual Donation Sale Platt <8b Dreger Dry Goods, Millinery, Notions, Fancy Goods */\ ff ANNOUNCEMENT )#* £ V/^r Spring Summer \/%^ Spring is now here and we are pleased to announce that our entire line of Spring and Summer Goods are also here. Our store is filled with new goods which have been coming in daily. Every department throughout the store contains new and beautiful spring creations. We extend to all our patrons and friends a cordial welcome to come, inspect and examine our various lines. SPRING DRESS GOODS WHITE GOODS DEPARTMENT Our Dress Goods Department is complete and This department comprises all that tends to contains nil the new materials and weaves, such make "easy shopping;" full line of linens, India aa Mohair in plain, fancy and invisible checks, linous, dimities, plain, striped and checked, Panama's and fancy suiting 3, etc. nainsook* Persian lawns, India mullb, organdis piques, plain and fancy white waistings. DO ...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 31 March 1905

i WELCOMEJOVERNORj Large Crowd to Greet Him at the Court House. Colfax Citizens, Irrespective of Party, Unite in Doing Honor to Chief Executive. Governor Mead and party arrived in Colfax on the four o'clock train last Pndny afternoon, and were escorted to the hotel by Mayor Davenport and U. L. Eftinger. At 6 o'clock he dined at the Davenport home, where a few in vited guests met him. Those present besides the governor were: Rev. ,1. H. Bainton, J. A. Perkins, W. EL James, E. E. Uellinger, A. N. Brown, private secretary to the governor and J. ll.* Brown, a brother of the governor's secretary, who has accompanied the party, representing the Seattle Times. At eight o'clock a public reception was held at the court houne, where a large crowd assembled to meet and do honor to the state* chief executive. Mayor Davenport introduced Judge Chadwick, who made the address of welcome. Governor Mead responded, thanking the people for their hearty welcome, and expressing a desire to merit a contiu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 31 March 1905

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 31 March 1905

5c l-2c 3 l-2c 10e Prices Ever £jy 1 American and Simpson Silk Baby Ribbon 15 P ieceß P rett.v Scotch FA ST BLACK HOSE mQTIIIOMV ME& WMSWZs M A 7 ards C T^o yards J C A yard 3 J-2c 10c tiiC Lowest £SUS*UB*Um Gtt iJ^^kl ! <*& £J*s£!£?S*^^T HH we (J" oth7r onne8 eSß™oau™e ayo™go geomewh°ere UOfllliO XQiIIUmQU flliPII IQT ■ ■ CSI T>MlB 31 ( *Hfc* J3&&* r elee and they ask you a fancy price for a bat, do not [Jill 111 IJQ I 111 llQla fIUI II 111 * \J^ \ wSfc*^-^ 5- think you are ettin tr auv better Btvle or quality *#1#H8II*»J W*»»»« *mwmJJ § , <^rfSrP thanweoffer at a price from 25 to 50 per cent leea ii> If 1 ]' For the past two months there has been a continuous}! 'HPP r! Mn"ri^":-!nVom°inSl^!::^i!s INeWeSI aiUI Best AlereliaiiaiSe to the brim. Now that everything is in readiness, wl WP c.m ',;" Tl Z„ t !m values that it will be referred back to in time to come as the greatest merchandising event in the history M ) ' CHhownr?he ß £S?S& ."d" «Sfn"i?-t Z...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 31 March 1905

COLFAX GAZETTE W. L. HDNTKR, PUBLIBHER ■•tablUhM 1877. Entered at the pctofflce at Coliax as second elasi matter. Subscription. $2.00 a year-91.n0 tf paid in advance. Six months, in Advance, 75c. Single copies. Be. Official paper of the City of Colfaz O. R. * N. Time Card. To Portland 815 pm Tn liSr? 6 ~ •Mm' 4K» p.m. i oPe°dleton 10:45 am. 8:15 p.m. From Moscow. 9:45 a.m. 3:45 p.m. To Motoow 10:50 a.m. 8:20 p.m. Comparison of Ways. The governor has come amongst us and returned to his home. Many things happened during his visit here to be regretted. The arrangement and management of his reception and banquet in Colfax,as well as some things that happened at Pullman, were entirely out of joint with the order and fitness of things. The fact that those who had charge o! his banquet here, were the ones who repudiated the governor in convention and made it bo hard for him during the campaign did not augur well for its sue cess. However, it was hoped that they had sufficiently sobered to ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 31 March 1905

6 LIPPITT BROTHERS THE PIONEER MERCHANTS. A Marvelous Dress Goods Sale ANOTHER Trade Victory for Lippitt Brothers. New 1905 fabrics, in hundreds of weaves, light and medium weights, in just the materials now most in demand. A sale of tremendous magnitude, presenting vast money-saving possibilities for wise shoppers of Colfax and vicinity. GRAND DISPLAY OF NEWEST SPRING MODES FOR 1905 Commencing March the 28th and extending to April Bth, inclusive, we offer you the Greatest Money-Saving* Bargains ever offered in Colfax, and we invite you to call and see the vast Money-Saving Opportunities we offer. Men's and Boys' Clothing In our Men's and Boy's Clothing, like all other departments, we handle only what we can absolutely GUARANTEE to be the BEST QUALITY. STRAUS HIGH ART CLOTHING for men is just the proper thing for the natty dresser. Our Spring stock has arrived, with the season's choicest NUT BROWNS and GRAYS, THE SEASON'S MOST FASHION ABLE. In our JUVENILE DEPARTMENT, Our stock of B...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 31 March 1905

fIT • Styles lc 7 1-2 c $4.95 98c MglJJhvj al WaV BUP tO Best Cloth Pi I^o yard. LonsdaleMus- "'"'VVuinlats'"''"' T, enty - 6 v e do™ Sateen * ' D» -you know tue Pric" accordeon plated; $7.50 Petticoats, worth >I ."»0 »MH^»l^/f'/ir#——iaiS^r i 1 ll* value; tbia sale BMtf<^^ tHe Mlliute A Dozen 1 C A yard 7 1-2 cAt $495 3 styles at 98c D 611111 ff fITI Cl IG Opening Prices in J^ aCe CurtaiHS Al Mb V^6^ J| jq^p We would like to have yon compare these offerings with any that you may find • ELSEWHERE AT FROM 20 TO 35 PER CENT HIGHER Season's - - Ends Saturday Aoril 15th "*"" °roTAIWS 2 1-2 l""Lmg S8 c°*°**' unuu, uuiui uaj, npni luui 439 , NSTEAD 0F 6<oo iminstead 0f 2.50 lOUB stream Of New Spring CxOOds pOUnng into this Store, and today every department is Complete and filled Arabian Net Curtains in Ecru, fall width and Nottingham Lace Curtains, 34 yard* lon*. «, we inaugurate OUR SPRING OPENING SALE, and we propose to make it a sale of such bio- »•"«•*». ™* •"* special, apair ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 31 March 1905

8 FIBjIJiSARPEN FIB?femRPEN A BUSINESS PROPOSITION. X Firm and a Hotel the Two Parts of One Profitable Scheme, A farm near Portland. Me., conducted »n a somewhat novel but strictly busi ness basis, is described by a writer In American Cultivator. The proprietor af the hotel runs this farm as a part jf the hotel Industry. There ls no ex changing of crops or other farm pro duce for money, but still every dollar produced by the farm is credited, and at the end of the year the farm receives proper recognition for its part of the business scheme, and due acknowledg ment is accorded the able and hustling manager and his wife, who is also a potent factor In making this farm a business proposition. The sixty-three acres in the property are practically all under cultivation each year and, with his many helpers, makes It work hard from early spring until late in the fall. All kinds of veg etables are raised in large quantities, and sorts that have early and late va rieties, such as peas and c...

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