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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 21 April 1905

GOING OUT OF BUSINESS CIMMMZ] The New Store Diinoo Store Closes Friday, April 21. Sale Begins Saturday, April 2 2 W 11™* 1^ th, e next thirty days the Western Mercantile Company will open two new stores in their Montana Territory 1 his makes it imperative for us to concentrate all our energies in that locality. We do not want to move a dollars worth of goods. But as the time is short you will have to act quick or you will miss one of the greatest Sacrifice Sales in the history of Lolfax. \\ c have been in business here less than six months. Our Stock is New, Clean and Fresh Not an old, passe or shoddy article in the store. The knife goes in deep, as everything must go. It is a rare opportunity when a cus tomer can purchase New Seasonable Goods at Factory Prices. Even the usual jobbers' and wholesalers 1 profits are eliminated as we are direct buyers. Anticipate your wants for the next six months at least. A word to the wise. Come early Everytiiig in the Store Goes, Whether Listed or...

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. — 21 April 1905

4 COLFAX GAZETTE W. L HUNTER. PUBUSHER. SitabHihed.lß77. Entered at the postofflce at Colfax ai second clan matter. Subscription. $2.00 a year —$I.SO if pattl In advance. Six months. In advance. 75c. Hlnifle copies sc. Official paper of the City of Colfax O. K. * N. Time Card. T- Portland. **& P-m To Spokane t>:lo a.m. 4:00 p.m. To IVndleton 10:4:> am. 805 p.m. From Moscow fc« a.m. ;<:*> p.m. To Moscow 10:50 a.m. 8:20 p. r,i Dress Salt 'I"p»y Turveydom. A recent appeal by ■ college prwsi dent for the gifi <>i' dress suits to sti: dents unable t" buy them for them ■elves called ftortli wide comment, i>oti editorially ami in communications from the outside. Ah n feature mark ing the social tendencies of the times the dross suit offers a subject to think over ami one to be treated gingerly or radically according to the stress of fashion's edicts in particular circles. Some colU-gc boys of today plead that they will miss something worth getting at college unless...

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. — 21 April 1905

THE CARE OF POULTS. Frrrdom From Lire Ih an Kmrul In I In Turkey Uuialnjf. Go to the nest when the little poults are hatching, remove them as fast as they dry and place them In a flannel cloth In basket or box in the house un til the mother has completed her hatch, says the Feather. Never feed them until at least thir ty six hours old. Then give them hard Iw.iled egg* crumbled with black pep per. To them nothing seems more wholesome. Feed scantily and at least every two hours. An ideal coop for little turkeys Is a large box, four feet long, three feet wide and two and a half feet high. Re move the bottom of the box and make a slanting roof, leaving uo floor what ever but nature's carpet—soft green grass and change the coop to v new location every three or four days, slat the front of the coop, that they may come and go a.s they please. Let the mother ben remain In the coop until the poults are about three weeks old. Give plenty of good fresh water and sunlight. Never use sour milk, ...

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. — 21 April 1905

6 From County Records Coy. Patents and Receipts. UMtcd States to Judd Hamilton, wh nwtj 24-16-41, receiver's re ceipt United Stateeto Edward B Perrin, nwq nwq 30-14-38, patent United Stateeto Edward H Perrin, Bwq nwq 28-14-38, patent United States to Edward H Perrin, neq nwq 28 14 88, patent United State- to Edward B Perrin, eh eeq 26*16 37, patent Deeds. Daniel Houchin to John Hender son, neq 2417 44 $ 5(500 X F5 Miller to T S Hutci.inson, lot 2 blk 2, J H McCoy's ist add, Oakeedale 75 Pnißcil M Heokl« lo I> W Kridge uian, lot 0 blk 3, Fairview add, Tekoa 30 Victor J Fonder to Thomas War wick, lote 3 & 4 blk 3, Fairview add, Tekoa 150 Sparks Bros to Fred M C Poole, lote 2 to 6 mc blk 3, Fairview add, Tekoa 1 A H (iiißtin Jr to \V L Davis, eh neq 20 20-42 1 A W Mott to Lettia Gilbert, lot 5 blk 5, Pullman 300 Letie Gilbert to G Hubbard et al, lota blk 5, Pullman 350 Hickman B Tavlor to H G Martz, tract in aeq 20-18-41 50 J X McCornack to Thomas Ilunt baeh, loth 4 & 5 blk ...

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. — 21 April 1905

All Around the County ALBION AFFAIRS. Easter services will be held in the several churches here next Sunday. The drama so recently given in r,he hall at this place by members of he high school was given by request at Ewarteville last Saturday night John O'Kelley, Albion's genial black smith, has purchased a shop in Golfax and will go there to manage it. Kenneth Cable was quite badly injured last Saturday, being struck a severe blow in the face with a baseball bat. lien Thompson of Winona, was in town over Sunday. Lew Wright and family leave soon for Castle Rock, where thfy expect to reside in future. Mies Hilda Pattison and brother Byron returned last week from a visit to Lewie ton. Mrs. Ed. Nagle and son (Jleu, of Pull man, visited relatives here last week. The family of the M. E. pastor of this place arrived from the East last week, and Saturday evening members of the church gave them a reception. The Ladies' Aid Society of the Christian church gave an Easter supper at the hall Fr...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 21 April 1905

8 HOUSEFURNISHING SALE CONTINUES FOR ANOTHER WEEK # Fancy Neck Ribbons IT* CS" • Fancy Neckwear ®%, ls' A YARD r!^-.T-~L- ~JT. s^Tjiij l 9 cents each ®®^ A pick up l>y our New York buyers. The £?& mlf^Gl£]W l WWi3Ult[tM£f A 1 %ffh width is four inches. £^SMaaßMtm^aSaXmUKmmL£^aStaamdfm3sS^ en dozen just received. Regular val. 35c _ i Another Every v i * Price FOR EASTER rAQTCD QIIPPCQTinM « FOR EASTER Week Tnpf miQQP Kifl Rlnvpq tAoltn oUuutoMUIN n« m f v r ft ntwpan I OIUUOdU I\IU UIUIUU Two more days in which to make your final preparations Ulllllll I UUIfIUUI Which. XJISPIO-VeCl _ _ _ _ ax. a f°r this all important event. In our store news for this week J * In the NeW S PnD^ ShadeS „ we call your attention to a few of the most important articles \°« r Easter Gown will not be complet, without a x • Thp plmvp stock ih now comolete those charming Tre- , „ A.. . . . , pretty pair ot nnoes. We are snowing a snappy line of »w 121 f O uV H e Sioves no wonTr the™ win every prize aw...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 28 April 1905

THE COLFAX GAZETTE TWENTY- BUGGIES BUGGIES BUGGIES Si ncle 1 >< i Ivors 3Poiil ictcs DO NOT BUY mmmm^****H^ s^\ yi W* f\^% first seeinc ?sz&kmm!SSSSSSSpSSSSM vk I UiUU WE WILL \^ \ X \ / About twenty five doliarH you SAVE \. \t —-—&- Have *'y buying this Top Buggy or Vflll MflilCV X. \ liff^nu^ ' ft s any c.i.Ler job from us witbin the ■uu inunci x >t \ (fHfH-HI I ttw t a / \ • XT' *i • iW 1 Two car load shipments just received from thf 1 manufacturers Buggies, Hacks, Runabouts and Snrries A. C. WARNER Farm Implememts COLFAX, WASH. 1 GOING OUT OF BUSINESS! I $10,000.00 1 5 ———i■—— Worth of ———— 3 ]^ New Clothing, Shoes. Men's and Women's i£ Furnishings, Staple and Fancy Dry Goods 3 j^ To be closed out at once at actual factory cont. 53.000.00 worth of New (ioods were en s^: route when we decided to retire from business in Colfax. These goodn will arrive daily for the next two weeks, which will mean additional surprises, as every article will be marked at actual cost...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 28 April 1905

2 A MODERN BUILDING New Hotel Will Eclipse all Others in Palouse Country. Steam Heated Throughout—Hot and Cold Water in Kvery Iloom— 14 Bath Rooms, The Hotel Colfax, which bus been •tawd for about a year, undergoing a thorough remodeling, in nearing coin pletion. The building will be practically new throughout, only parts of the walls of tlie old building being retained, and when completed thin will be the best equipped hotel building in the Pulouse country, by long odds. The building will be heated through out with steam; will have hot and cold water in every room; 14 bath rooms, fitted with the latest porcelain tubs-; telephones in all front rooms; elevator, and in fact all the latent improvements. A fifty horse power boiler has been in stalled for heating purposes, and a ■mailer one for heating water during the cummer Reason. £,The building has about 60 rooms, all well lighted, besides the parlor, dining room, kitchen, linen rooms, baths, etc The basement will contain the laundry...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 28 April 1905

. Writing in Hoard's Dairyman on the best methods of keeping cows when flry, J. F. Dietrich says: We have here ■ herd of 175 cows, and the following method of handling them when fresh <>r dry has proved to be v satisfactory one: First, all cows arc dehorned; then in a short time they are as peaceable as bo many sheep. If the weather is not too stormy they are allowed to go out a part of each day during the winter and all of the time during the warm weather except for feeding and milking. They are numbered, and, no matter how many there are in the barn, each cow soon learns her own stall and goes directly to It when allowed to come in. We practice the soiling system, and each cow gets her feed in her own stall the year around, with the excep tion of ten days or two weeks while she is calving. During this time she does not miss being away from the herd, as her attention Is taken up with the calf. Neither does she forget which la her stall when she goes back on the line. Each cow...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 28 April 1905

' 4 COLFAX GAZETTE W. L. IHNTKR, PUBLISHER. B«?*t>lished. 1877. Kntercl at the postofflce at colfax as second clam matter. Subscription. $2.00 a year — $1.50 tf paid In advance. Six months, in advance, 7Rc. Single copies sc. Official paper of the City of Colfax O. K. * N. Time Card. To Portland. 8:15 p.m To Spokane 6:16 a.m. 4:00 p.m. To IVndleton 10:4". am. 8:1."> p.m. From Mohcow. 9:4.") a.m. :i:4~> p.m. To Moscow 10:50 a.m. «:20 p.in The Perfidy of It. Goodwin's weekly, published at Salt L ike, Utah, in itH issue of April 15, con tallied the following relative to the ac tion of thp Mormon conference recently hi Id in that city, which shows to what extent the curee of polygamous mar riHges h«w b&en curtailed by acts of the Mormon church: The practical endorsement of poly gamy by the thousands that attended conference wan disappointing, hut if should not have been surprising to sueli iih are familiar with the workings of the Mormon system. Polygamy is the real rtmentof...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 28 April 1905

H£?HLE2H2l y Records Gov. Patents and Receipts. United Stateß to Mary J Cole, lot 3 of 2 16 41, patent Deeds. Thos H Shobe to A J Logedon, lot 3 blk 3, T H Shobe'a let add, La Croeee | iqq Thos H Shobe to J E Moore, lota 1 and 2 blk 3, T H Shobe'e lat add, La Croßße 100 0 8 Willite to Fred H English, Its 1 &2 blk 20, Beach's add,Palouse 1450 Albert Acheeon to Paul Theurer, Bwq nwq, wh swq, seq ewq 22-17-45 2900 Paul Bockimer to J P Lowry, lot 3 blk 2, west of E St, Breeding's add, Palouee 25 Judson P Lowry to Franklin E Comerford, lots 3 and t> blk 2, west of E St, Breeding's add, Palouse 200 1 T Ames to Mattie Low Quarrels, part blk 8, Pullman 6000 N W McGee to Albert M Richard- Bon, lot 9 McUee's subdivision of lota 1 & 2 of 5-14-45 125 Chaa Pears to Roy Minter, lots 5 & 6, blk 1, Farinington. 300 Esther P Baylees to Thomas W 'f re wick, neq 13-20-40 3200 Alex Smith, jr to School Dist No, 119, tract in lot 4 of 2-17-40 100 Jennie Reider to J X McCornack, part lots 7...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 28 April 1905

f» igpi§iftMfe£. IT SAVES THE BACK. tlomemade Device Kor Ketlnclnif Lo- iter In Owwllg CiiioiiN. A new machine for weeding onions perfected during the past few yean by Fred F. Meeker, an onion grower of Fairfield county. Conn., is illustrated in American Agriculturist. It was made from an old hand cultivator. The il fiiHi ration gives a good idea of its con rtrcctfcm. H»ere are two wheels which Straddle a row. The working devi< c consists of two short, broad teeth, on the Inside of which are two wings about 2 1.. by H inches In size. Each end HOMEMADE ONION WEKDEIJ. of this is bent upward to throw away the dirt aud to dig up the onion tops. At about the middle of each of these wings is fastened a small wing about three Inches high, two and one-half Inches wide, which projects about one Inch downward and does the weeding near the plants. The front edge is sharp to cut off the weeds. The width between the teeth and wings can be adjusted by a clamp on the handle, also by wrought Iro...

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. — 28 April 1905

[Ail^Ar^undJhe County liA CKOSSE LjOCALiS. Geo. W. Baseett, the townsite owner of Washtucna, was shaking hands with La (YoHHe acquaintances during the week. Editor I onyard of the La Crosse Clip per visited with his family near Diamond from Friday until Monday noon. His daughter, Miss Nana, occupied the editors chair and flourished the pen and handled the shears in a most satisfact ory manner during his absence. Mrs. M. J. Turner, of Walla Walla, is spending the week with bis daughter, Mrs. Clarence French. Work hae commenced on the 200 foot extension to the south end of the Pacific Coast Elevator Co's warehouse. La CrosMJ hae two barber shops now; Prof. Koyle instructor of the La Crosse band has opened up for business in the office of the La Crosse Hotel. George Taylor's mother who recently •old her farm near Pampa and bought the R. A. Woods residence on Whitman avenue moved in last Monday. Mrs. A. H. Eldredge and her little son, ('neuter, of Colfax, accompanied by her sinter Miss ...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 28 April 1905

8 five: hundred thousand yards Laces and Embroideries Manufacturers' and Importers' Entire Surplus Stocks Trown into one pile and sold to the highest bidder. Our buyers were there with the cash and the nerve—and a deal that was too big for any ot the largest retail concerns in this country, was quickly closed by the buyers of our Great Syndicate of Stores. The price paid was 57 1-2 cents on the dollar. Our portion TEN THOUSAND YARDS has just arrived, and has been assorted and placed in several lots as follows: ■ I I I > LOT ONE LOT TWO LOT THREE Embroidery, 9 to 13 in. wide Embroidery, Binches wide Embroidery 5 inches wide A Yard 19 Cents A Yard 15 Cents A Yard 10 Cents LOT FOUR Fine Cambric Embroidery, 3 1-2 in. wide, a yard 4 CENTS LOT FOUR LOT FIVE LOT SIX Torchon Laces 3 1-2 in. wide Torchon Laces Ito 1\ in. II Corset Cover Embroidery Good 10 cent values 5 cent value Heading Edges. 50 cent value A Yard 5 Cents A. Yard 2 Cents A Yard 29 Cents V I A /hfl AA O|/i*i4« fAM (frO fI...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 5 May 1905

THS COLFAX GAZETTE. TWENTY-EIGHTH YEAR. ——— BUGGIEaT BUGGIES BUGGIES St rule bakers Ponl iacs FIRST SEEINC \>■ ..■..S^SSSSS^^-" *** M^ I&J UU WE WILL V \ # \ / About twenty five dollars you SAVE Kit J-— -$(- Bave lv buying tDi9 Top Buggy or YOU MONEY it \ lJTlIifH.f? I any other job from us within the \^ /\ \ i^i)ji>K' I next thirty days. Two car load shipments just received from the manufacturers Buggies, Hacks, Kunabouts and Snrries A_ CL WARNER Farm Implements COLFAX, WASH. BARGAIN IN FARM LAND The undersigned offers one of the fluent farina in the Pajoaee country for pule on easy terms —one fourth down and ten yearn time on tbe balance of the purchase price, with privilage of payment on or before. Farm Consists <»f }{J-() A^TGS •W^OPerAcw Four miles from two railroads and the State Agricultural College. AH capable of cultivation. Two sets of buildings, fine orchard, four miles of hog tight fence. Several flowing springs on ranch. Kany grade to market. Fine schools c...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 5 May 1905

2 UPPIFriMTRACIUT Force of Men at Work This Week Clearing (iround. Building Will Be lOOxOO Feet. Two BtorieH and Has. incut, Pressed Urn k Front. The contract for Julius Lippift's new brick block has been let to .1. EL Good A Co., and a large force of men have been at work Ui'ih week cleaning up the debrfc left by the tire of h few months ago and removing the uruall brick structure which stood in the middle of the lots, prepare tory to excavating. The new building will have a frontage of 100 feet on Main and 90 feet on Spring street, and will have two Btorie* and a basement. Lippitt brothers will occupy 7") feet of the lower floor for their store, besid. s using part of the upper floor for their carpet department. The lower floor will have 18 foot ceiling, and a balcony will be built across the rear for office, cashier's desk, etc. The re maining 25 feet on the ground floor will be fitted up for rent as a store building, but who will occupy same in not yet known. The balance of the ...

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. — 5 May 1905

From County Records Gov. Patents and Receipts. U8 to Harry E Allen,lot 1213 38 patent United States to Frank W Ertel, eeq 6 16 42, patent United States to Frank W Ertel, eh ewq and lots 6 and 7 of 6-16 --42, patent United States to Leonard G Zum walt, Beg neq 6-16-42, patent.. . United States to Jacob Schweiter, sh ewq 24-14-38, patent United States to Wm Kyme, eh ewq 28, neq nwq, nwq neq 33-12 --46, patent United States to John G Powers, seq 35-17-45, patent United States to George L Jones, Beg seq 18 20-42, receiver's re ceipt Deeds. Henry Huet to J H Shepherd, lot 11 blk 1, James McCoy's add, Oakeßdale $ 150 H D Smith to Adam Lust, lots 7 8 9 blk 1, H D Smith's 2nd add, Endicott 250 Richard P Knapp to Walter F Burrell, Tr, eeq 12-15-44; sh nwq swq neq, nwq seq 2-13-45; und qr lot 4 blk 18, Fariningtou ; and land in other counties 13,030 Oregon Railroad & Nay Co et al to John Hergert, seq 31-16-41 1200 N P Ry Co to James Surman Chandler, part 35-14-38 168 Lillis F Smith to Mar...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 5 May 1905

i COLFAX GAZETTE W. L. HUNTER. PUBLISHER. K^ablißhed, 1877. Kutered at the postofflce at Coliax aa second claw matter. Subscription. 92.00 a year —$I.SO If paid in advance. Six months, In advance, 75c. Single copies sc. Official paper of the City of Colfat O. K. A N. Time Card. To Portland. 8:15 p.m To Spokane 6:15 a.m. 4:00 p.m. To I'-ndleton 10:45 am. 8:l. r. p.m. From Moscow 9:45 a.m. .'4:45 p.ni. To Moscow 10:50 a.m. 8:20 p.m The War Game Forty Years Ago. It was well understood i>y Genera] Grant at the very beginning of the Appomattox campaign, April 3, 1865, that Robert E. Lee would at tempt, to inarch liis unny from to • Abandoned works at Petersburg and Richmond either to Lynch burg, about ninety miles west, or to Danville, about 100 miles southwest. Grant in structed General Sheridan, who led the mounted column, to Intercept the re treating Confederates, lie apprised Btaeridan of the fact that Lee had ordered rations for his men to be ■hipped to Farmvi'lle, on the Danvill...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 5 May 1905

QiOtlO The New Store's GOING OXJT OF" BUSINESS SALE ?° I&X> S° h T*™*™* t0 thC end' DeP»rt«"»t »«• «"i M«l Order House price, smashed your latest merchant cannot buy jrood, for leTthan Z,~ II ,) y "!? w y.°n , y °f US at preSent ' )nceS there is ■•***& »" «*»«»" for you to do better. Even once. The below items are onl/Jfew ofthe^manv = St $ls'°°° W°rth °f "eW g°°ds (eVery dollars worth newsinoe Jm- »* 1:'O5) to close out at V ** •• •• •• •• mm Artistic Clothing j||^ FOR GOOD DRESSERS J^SmLJ Strictly hand tailored, all wool Suite, j%* ;^ black clay worsteds, navy French serges, *^il*J Ife^jr^L Oxford and brown mixtures; in doable Xf-dra^A^^r-^i?^ breasted, straight and round cuts; your Z l}^-!^^^^-?- •■■•v* taJlor can't do better at s:>"> 00. ==~' iv Olir 91*&* and $15.00 r J[ v 'l ■$$&,•<£ " Suits— Perfect tit and workmanship; / •'< ''~'Wim\s''~~ **" guaranteed to close $5.50 '^ll^KjU V ll! $1000 Suits—And they \\ iii'Ki im^\ \ I are tlie best at that ...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 5 May 1905

r> YOUNG GIRLS' STYLES. Confirmation him! <.rmlnnllon Drfmri V*?r l.ovi-b This Sea»on. The confirmation dress must be all white and extremely simple, emblera ntlc of the youth of the wearer and the occasion for which it is designed. Graduation dresses are also usually white ami are constructed on similar lines to those of the confirmation dress, while precisely the same materials aro used for making. The dress may be simple without being plain, since sim plicity in this instance implies only a lack of elaborate decoration, but a wide range is given for the display of dainty laces and exquisite hand work. The confirmation and graduation dress es for HH>5 are very lovely, and the styles seem to be particularly adapted to the light woolens and soft Don rustling silks of the season's vogue. says the New Idea Magazine in preface to the following details on this subject: Among tiie materials suitable for making these dresses are albatross, nan's veiling, benrietta, cashmere and v...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
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