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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 16 November 1900

2 CASKS IN Til COURT What Could Not Be Dismissed Were Carried Over. E»» .lamiH. Who Accused Her Father Of a Serious Crime, Failed to Appear. The superior court, Judge Jacobs of Seattle on the bench, did a rushing boWDCM Wednesday itnd Thursday. Where there was no loophole to dismiss the cases were curried (»vt-r to December. J. W. ( lark of Guy, under arrest on a charge of Belting liquor at that town without a licence,wan arraigned vVednes daj Hiid entered a plea of not guilty. Through hi* attorneys, Tbos. Neill and .1. T. Brown, he asked a continuance of his rnw. and thin was granted, trial be ing net for December 17. The case of &. Hanger was also con tinned, upon request of bis attorney, .1. T. Brown, until December 17. The civil case of Win. Reid vs. Win. It. |)rt\i« iVHH dismissed. A. F. llcClaine vs. Matt C. Doras. Judgment for plaintiff. Laura E Fuller was granted a decree of divorce from Joan F. Fuller. Thursday, Prosecuting Attorney In man announced that no further acti...

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. — 16 November 1900

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Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 16 November 1900

4 COLFAX GAZETTE: IVAN CHASK. IMHUSHKR. Established, 1877. Entered at the postoffice at I Ooifax ac second class mutter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES SU Months, j.osirtgt- paid ... Oue Dollar One Year, postage p«i<l Two Dollars Twciity-tivc per cent discount for wiviuire payment. O. It. & N. Time Card. To Spokane ."..jr. ...in. :'.:02 p.m. To Portland 10:45 »m. 7:10|).io. From Moscow 'JiOD a.m. 2:10 p.m. To IffMOOW !i IW a.w. 7:40 p.m. Staßei* Ij^ave Colffcx For Alnmta !!<«., Wed., FrL, 7K» a.m. PenawHw.i Toe . Thar., Sat., 7:00 a.m. Thornton. . Tue., Th'tr , S»t., 7:<H) v.m. Government receipts for October were |8,657,067 more than expenditures, Baking the treasury Mirphiri for the cur rent (teal year *4, <.»4'.M.sti .Mr. Bryaa ha* refused at a salary of $I<mmh> a yeat tl>« editorship <»f a l>enver newspaper. There h nothing hurprl.-'intf in thin. Mr. Bryan tried a job like thin once, and no doubt had it duly impressed upon him that a news paper man nan to work...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 16 November 1900

WHAT NEIGHBORS DO Letters Full of Interesting News Notes From Manj Country Points. CLiEAK CItKEK. V\ .11, Low does this weather suit you' How do like being above ground'and alive and well? 1 for one am so glad to be on top of the earth, and not lying at full length in its dark boeotn, as so many dear ones are, and to have the cliauce yet of doing kind things and easing up a few burdens as 1 jog along that I am not going to complain ever any more about being poor and forced t«> work. Ye correspondent's pencil has lain un uaed for *ome time, owing to illness. Firnt we suffered a severe attack of quinsy, theu followed closely an attack of pneumonia from which we are now convalescing. "The "gude mon" tells us that fall sown wheat in this locality is looking tine. The ranchers who own me orchards here have been hauling their apple* to Palooae for shipment. Stock buyers have been busy of late picking up fat. hogs and cattle along the creek. Several from thiH place attended a dance at F...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 16 November 1900

6 REDPOLLSINTEXAS CAPACITY OK Till: IIKKKD FOR ADAPTATION TO CHIMiKD CONDITIONS. During the p:>.si threv years, accord ing to the Texas Farm and Ranch, there have been shipped into Tex:is from the north something like 500 head •f registered Bed Tolled cattle. These rattle have been selected almost en tirely with a view of their excellence for beef production; but. as Red Polled cattle, like Shorthorns, have in many places, both in England and the »';i4 era portions of the United States and In some particular herds in the west, been bred for the dual purpose of beef and milk and as Texas buyers of im proved stock have not been entirely in formed as tfi the different qualities of these cattle In some instances. Red Polled cattle have been bought and brought to Texas whose pedigrees, ii understood by the buyer, would have XXI) TOLLED COW. disclosed the fact that they were bred along dairy lines rather than for beef. This breed of cattle seems to have giv en marked (satisfaction in r...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 23 November 1900

THE COLFAX GAZETTE TWENTY-FOURTH YEAR. AMPUTATION SALE The amputation of the hand often saves the arm; A loss now on goods is better for us than to carry this season's stock into next season. Now is your opportunity to save—our time to lose; but it sometimes pays to lose. No Matter The Sacrifice We are out to Lower Records And we are doing it. WATCH THIS SALE-IT IS GOING TO BE A LIVELY ONE We are going to make a Clean Sweep. See posters for prices. Sale commences Nov. 17, ends Dec 80. MONEY TO LOAN Why pay a high rate of interest when you can renew your mortgage with me at a better rate ? We do not sell our mortgages, and charge no commission. Call or write, J> x^^ Ladies'Wstches j;|\| y/ \ZjLiii ' )) Ladies of taste admire our stock of VM / fcLkS-V //r-J&^ watches. We have some delicate, at • \Xv / tractive canes that contain reliuble \wy works. These watches are not only M* A\\ (f/-") v>7\\ they are perfect time keepers, W yr~l^a\ I *°° They are made for yood service, X ...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 23 November 1900

2 THIRTI FOR JAMTOR Democrats Facing I p to the Pie Counter Id Squads. Assertions That the Newly Elected WWI lie tnder Domination Of Mr. Him hiiff. The newly-elected democratic county officials axe just now experiencing the pains and penalties of political racces*. They are beset DpOO every hand by patriots of the democratic army, hut for whose great "influence'," to hear them tell it, none could have been elected. Ip to date about .'JO applicant* have filed with Commissioner elect Hinchliff oral and documentary evidence testify ing to the zeal and unexampled ability with which (hey could hold down a court huuHe junitorehip. There are two places of this kind, at HalarieH o! £4-"> a month each. Commissioner liinchliff Bays the grand rush for the pie counter reminds one of the days tirst succeeding the pop ulist victory in 1896. To bear them tell it, democratic offi cials an- going to conduct thecouuty affairH with wry few men. Probably they will refund 20 percent of their Hal arie...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 23 November 1900

PAID ELECTION BILLS Services of Officer*, Rents and Expenses Settled. Roail, Bridge and Miscellaneous Matters Also Received the Board's Attention. The following bills on account of gen eral election expend, were audited and ordered paid by the board of county eommißPioners at the late meeting. SomV 01 the bill* for thene services were not presented in time for allowance at thin «eHHiou and will be cou ß idered at the December meeting: 0 M tV-Hiiis. inspector. Precinct No. 1 86 00 MCarbuhn. judge j (i 00 ft S ?/* Huf?u> judKe 1 «oo r m "ByDeß- lll9Pe«t"f 2 600 1) X Judron, imp ector | 600 Hi r Arms, judge q <• <v, XSfSSPIJ** ••'••'♦••-■'•'■• "J 600 U H Leb(.ld inspector 4 600 ?,W B'HW 4 600 HLebold clerk 4 G rjo JljLow.cleik 4 GOO I<it vr ,"""• IDBPec I tor 5 it 00 mi .M^,-' ueen. J«dR« and rent 5 11 00 UaudeHoback judge B G©o iL ™ cc,n> clerk 5 t;w) JobnM I'oole, inspector .6 «oo X 1 Smiley, judge 6 600 "e ?jy •/ Clark- jud»c 6 «oo v i\v u 1 in "P ectop 7 600 h red VV...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 23 November 1900

4 COL FAX GAZETTE IVAN CHASE, IM'BUsHK.K. Kstablit-ho'l, 1877. Entered at the postoTice at Coliax as noroiiil class matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATEH. Six Mutuliß, postal?*' paid One Dollar One Year, pontage paid Two Dollar* Twenty-live pvr cut dlaooant for advance payment. O. K. & N. Time Card. T.> Spokane .r<:4. r > a.m. ;<:O2 p.m. To Portland 10:45 km. 7:10 pm, From Momow 9:00 am. 2:10 pm. To Mohcow 9:90 a.m. 7:40 p.m. Stages lipave Cnlfax For AlmuU Man., Wad., FrL, 7:00 a.m. iVnuw.iWii . Tv»- . Thur., Sat.., 7:00 a.m. Thornton Tue., Thur , Bat.. 7.<K) a.m. The electoral vote of Bryan in four le-s thun what wan formerly billed the solid south. Be has 155 votes. Thpre may be n lesson for democracy in thi* continual running of h populist at the bead of I h*>ir ticket. President llcKiolfey'fl plurality of the popular rote over Mr. Bryan in PBtim atedat 845,011. In IH!M> it did not reach 700,000. The highest previous plurality of the popular vote was given Grant in ...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 23 November 1900

PAID ELECTION BILLS Continued from Third Page. Housekeeper & Molin, painting court house roof . 224 04 Haiyrave W B, expense deliverim? elec tion supplies • 9 y5 Hamilton W .T, drugs for indigente. '. \ \ 595 Harrison FR, county fruit inspector.. 7SO Jordan C W, coyote scalp bounty 1 00 Jones Ralph, do 100 James Mary L, coyote scalp bounty 4 00 Kuhn A, supplies for courthouse .... 192 38 Kuhu A, Hiipplies for indigents. ' 15 '»5 King AE, HuppHea for officers.. .. ... 30 Co Koeuig Jacob, coyote scalp bounty 2 00 Keith AD P, do ..'.'" 800 Kuighten Robert A, do ... }00 Lomniasson T, gas lamp for treasurer 000 Lacey & Sheldon, supplies for courth'se. 175 hnmaiMMM G M, sprinkling streets around courthouse 2n 00 Lee Frank A, posting election notices.. 300 Ledauian Ernest, coyote scalp bounty 100 Love H M, court stenographer 102 00 Li ppitt Julius, Buppl'a for inmates of jail 33 15 V H Morgan coyote scalp bounty 1 00 Malcom Ueorge, do g 00 Murray EC, expense as surveyor . . 13 35 M...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 23 November 1900

G FARM, ORCHARD AND GARDEN By J. t, Trlgg—fcopyright, 1900. July plowing of the stubble fleldi will do tli.'in almost as much good as a summer fallow. The successful rotary steam engine and perpetual motion are two illusions Which mankind will never <juit chasing after. Prance, which very carefully pro tects all her ins. ci ivorous birds, has placed ,-i ban on the sparrow and fos ters its destruction. The most popular red rose for green house culture is the Meteor. It is a free bloomer with us and gives splen did satisfaction for summer culture in the garden. A miserable old banana trust doles us out a dozen bananas for a quarter wheja if the trust did not have a hand In the matter we would pet them at a cent apiece. Michigan Is taking more kindly to the growing of sugar beets than any other state cast of the Mississippi riv er. A state bounty has given the busi ness a fine start in that state. The failure of any staple crop in a country always lends toward diversi fying the prod...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 30 November 1900

'ZW* COLFAX GAZETTE TWENTY-FOI'KTH YEAR. GREAT AMPUTATION SALE The amputation of the hand often saves the arm; A loss now on goods is better for us than to carry this season's stock into next season. Now is your opportunity to save—our time to lose; but it sometimes pays to lose. No Matter The Sacrifice We are out to Lower Records And we are doing it. WATCH THIS SALE-IT IS GOINC TO BE A LIVELY ONE We are going to make a Clean Sweep. See posters for prices. Sale commences Nov. 17, ends Dec. 80. When You Want Supplies Why Go to Outside Cities? YOU CAN BUY HERE AS CHEAP, AND VERY OFTEN CHEAPER. The city merchant haH very few facilities for buying and selling which the country merchant does not also possess. In fact, the advantages on the whole are on the side of fhe country dealer. His rent in much less. His general expenses ?tre much less. Why then does so much trade go to outside cities, which of right should he distributed throughout the neighborhood in which your lot is cnt-V Hecau...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 30 November 1900

s FARMERS' mm Talks Were Hood and Sensible To Empty Benches. Mistake In Dates Made a Jumble On Attendance—A Free Trip For Farmers. The farmers' institute given at Colfax Tuesday, under the direction and at the expense of the 0, R. A N. Company, was a success in all things except the attend ance. This was practically nil. At do time were there more than a score of tanners in the audience, though enter tainiiig and instructive addresses were made bj Prof. W. J. Spillnian of the Agricultural college and Hon. C. L. Smith of Minnesota, both morning and afternoon. The fact that there was an error in the dute of announcement of holding the meetings, as given by the official posters, was recponsfble to a large degree for the slight attendance Tuesday. The dates announced were for Monday and Tues day, while the speakers understood it to be Tuesday and Wednesday. Conse quently they failed to put in their ap pearance on the day the first crowd did. and the crowd failed to appear when the speak...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 30 November 1900

MAKBODROWN SUGAR Best Beet Land in the World U In the Falouse Country. Worlds Avera K e Is 14 Per Cent Sugar Value Palouse Average Ih Over 1H Per Cent. At the town of Wuverly; just over the Whitman county line in Spokanecouuty, at the end of a Rpurof the (). R. & S' Company line, is located the beet sugar factory of the Washington State Sugar Company, and which Is said to be one of the largest aud bent equipped plants for the manufacture of beet sugar iv America The Washington State Sugar Com pany plant is owned principally by I). C. Dorbio of Spokane, builder of the Spo kane Falls <Jc Northern Railroad, and several timen a milliouaire. The build ings were erected and plant installed in the summer of 189 D, and that fall the factory had a "campaign," as the sugar making season in called, of about tweotj days. Sixty toiiH of ragar WaH manii factored, but through difßcolty iv obtaining skilled labor, the product ol the factory wan unmarketable. Mr. Corbin did not despair, howev...

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. — 30 November 1900

4 COLFAX GAZETTE IVAN CHASK, ITHLI.-IIK.K Established, 1H77. Entered hi the postoffice at I'ulfax iv* MOOnd i iaHh malt. r. srHSORUTION RATK9. Six Ifontha, portage paid one Dollar One Year, pottage paid . Two Dollars Twenty-tivo percent discount f<>r advance payment. O. It. * N. Time Curd. To Spokane 5:45 a.m. 3:oßpun. T.. Portland 10:45 am 7:10 p.m. From Moscow EMWa.m. 2:lopm. To Moscow '.».:W a.m. 7:40 r m Stanza lieavo Colfax For AlmoU .. Hon., Wed., FrL, 7:00 a.m. Penawawa Toe., Thnr, Sat., 7:00 a.m. Thornton Toe., Thur., .Sat.. 7M a.m. The official •••nmt for Nebraska Bhowa MiKiuley'H plurality t<» b« ~*2'2. Dw tricli, repablican for governor, in the lowest limn on the rcpnbiii'iin Rtate ticket, lint in el-'ctpii by 861. Bight Arkaoaao counties \\m- carried hv McKinley. Tbts was fix more than he carried in 1896 Bryan lost 85,000 voteH in Ark'tiiH.i-, nearly uh mam in Ilimoari aad 13,000 in Miwiimippi. The ■olid Houth in breaking fant. Southern California in ifjoicing o...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 30 November 1900

WHAT NEIGHBORS 1)0 Letters Full of Interesting News Notes From Many I'onutry Point*. MEEKEK SIDING. founty Superintendent Roberts vinit ,»() Heeker pchool Unt Friday and made (■excellent talk to the paptia, Be was well pleased with the school. James Martin bought a teum of driv ing ponies from Frank McOintock. James can now take his best girl in an elegant rig, to the envy of the other young ""'" °f tne neighborhood. Al. Carman moved from near <\>lfax last Puenday. He »hh assisted by Frank licCliotock, Samuel Lyons and Mr. Lair. Mr. Lair hauled a load of lumber for hin ioa-io-law, Mr. Ross, who will build on bin homestead. A large Bock of wild Reese fed in the whent field near the Meeker houwe lant Monday. Rain, sleet, Bnow, flowers and green jjriiHs were some of the phasesol weather we had within 24 hour*. About two Hiiii 8 half inches of snow Ml Sunday ami Monday. Mi«- I.'-iim Shrerk made Meeker school (V) a vinit bint Monday. Josep i (handler returned last week from »i five...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 30 November 1900

6 120 PER CENT DISCOUNT Commenc™g Saturday, c ____===_= - December 1 st. o I And continuing until December ;sOth, we will sell the following lines of goods at 20 per cent J discount from the marked price and everything is marked as catalogued, which is at least 20 I to 30 per cent cheaper than any other house in the Palouse Country sell the same quality of j> goods. Oin- reason for making this sale is that we hought too much in these lines, which, | coupled with the warm weather and the low price of wheat, compels us to sell them at this sac !; rifice so as to realize as much money as we can by the first of the year. Our loss is your »am g Ladies' Jackets. lilies' and Children Mack- I ]' >Ml __O_ K___l fllllrlran'e Men's Underwear. Men's Paints. 8 «J2sssas_=_ssfe" lss lntmkes- uaaies Misses ami Uiiluieii s »i^s»—j^- a •-^•■-—*■—!-- * $ BIOjS&:SpSSSS!.Sri£ 6$ Mackintosh. 20 per cent discount. *2 1-.. ___ r __ €____ 3 E _„ 2___ '' 2? J* |^ »P«C«t dkcoant £i» *1 00 (ft, 12 00...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 7 December 1900

THE COLFAX GAZETTE rWENTT-FOURTB TEAR. i IPfTW k'I'UYV Colfax's \iVlU7i> ALIIiVIO Greatest Store COT, FAX, WASH. Of Interest to All Economical Shoppers. The store that saves you money on anything you need in merchandise. Owing to the warm weather we find we arc overstocked in all rifpttrt ments. We qaotfl below a few of the Special Bargains, taken at ran dom from hundreds that abound throughout every department Lack of spare prevents enumerating them all, hut your fondest bargain hopes will be more than realized when you behold what's in store for you here. LADIIS' FLANNELETTE WRAPPERS. I r i , . -^ Ladies' Wrapper, made of fine flannelette, 1X111)11 IllYHlt full front, watteau back, with bark llullu kl V* JL VII I Htrap, fitted vent litiitit:, new uleeve, _ bound armhotea, skirt with deep flounce, I) /*-•■». -»-.■» -.-» -i- O 1 yoke front and back; collar*, cuffs, 111 IllMslM L^illP y..k.-H ,-kn.l l>ack strai.e trimmed with nvilllllllll KJlllV braid, Msorted eol<,rn. Kahn'...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 7 December 1900

? TAXES WELL PAID UP Percentage* I'ncollected Is Low- er Than Has Keen Isuhl. Income Ol' I he County Kxreeds Out- K<> for the Year By More Than One Hundred Thousand. The date of delinquency for the pay ment of the last half of delinquent taxes on real property expired November 30. At that dale the receipts of the treas urer's ollice were wit hin 18 per cent of the total tax levied for 1899. At the same time there is a large stack of tin opened mail on hand which came in dur ing the closing days of taxpaying time. These letters contain remittances of an unknown amount, hut it is certain there are several thousands of dollars. These will greatly reduce the percentage of taxes remaining uncollected. The total of all taxes levied for the year l*'.t'J was $352,802. of tl.ir., .a the close of open tazpaying time, November 30, exclusive of the unopened mail, $65,206 remained uncollected. This is a much better show ing than usual of the 1898 taxes de linquent $11,600 remain uncollecte...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 7 December 1900

UIBI IN fflflNHH Married An A*ed Palouxer At Firnt Sight. Now Ho Occupies a Padded Cell At Spokane She No Looser Ijovea Him. Edmund W. Gragg, well known throughout the Paloune country, and more especially about Colfax and <iar fieid, mcharged with insanity and a de termination to hoist hiniHcif into the next world by his own petard. Spokane oflicers have him behind the ban*. He >h the father of Roby (ira^g, who not many months ago hacked luh wife nix teen timeH with a jackknife and dashed her lady friend a few times, b"ing con siderately let off by the Honorable Will iam McDonald, judge of the superior court in and for the county of Whitman. state of Washington, with $1 fine, or (>\ cents for each stab given his sleeping wife, to say uothing of her lady friend. He is also a brother of Spencer (iragjr, who more recently Bwam the icy P&loiitte at Blberton, under a delusion that an army of enemies were after him, and who wan given an opportunity to cool his heated hrain in...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
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