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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 25 January 1901

s RAILROAD BILLS DP Preston Commission Bill Favor- Ed By the Senate. Opinion That Division of Support With Any Other Measure Would Prove Fatal. Olympia, Wash., Jan. 2.'!.—By a ma jority of one vote the senate today de cided not to vest the appointive power of the proponed railway commission in the governor, but to have the lieutenant governor and audito" participate in naming the commission. Kight repub licans cast their votes with the demo crats. The senators who favor the rail way and oppose commission proposi tions made several attempts to secure postponement of action and delay the vote, hut there was a majority which favored confederation immediately, and the railroad senators were beaten at their filibustering tactics. Senator Hall voted for and Senator Crow against the measure. Will Introduce a Maximum Bill. Representative Rosenhaupt of Spo kane will tomorrow introduce a bill low ering the maximum grain freight rate from $4 I>.~> to $&50. The $4.25 rate was the comp...

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. — 25 January 1901

WHAT HW M DID Board of Commissioners Traus acted Routine Business. Selected Three Hundred Names From the Tax Itolls From Which to Draw Jurors. The new board of county commission ers, C N. Hinchliff, chairman, and .1. M kletugard and A. B. Willard, commis sioners, held a session January 14, their firHt day in. The following business was transacted: I'resent, A. B. Willard, ('. N. Hinchliff and J. If. Klemgard. The board organized by the election ofC.N. Hinchliff aB chairman for the ensuing year. And now at thin time the boar.] after ii careful examination proceeded to al low the following general claims: Cornelius, X L repairs on safe 8 1 50 Kinp, A X supplier for sheriff's office 1 95 Wilson, Dr G B mcd attend for Mrs C X Aldrich g 00 Whitman Abstract Co uge of plat books etc assessor's otiice 40 00 Kintf, A E supplies for auditor's oflice 11 20 Love,H M services as couit stenographer 50 00 Palmerton, J W prescriptions rilled for C E Aldrich 3 25 Pahuer, (i \V livery for sheriff 250...

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. — 25 January 1901

4 COLFAX GAZETTE IVAN CHASE, PUBLISHER. EnUblished, 1877. Entered at the postoffice at Colfax as second claw matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. 81x Months, pontage paid One Dollar One Year, postage paid Two Dollars Twenty-five per cent discount for advance payment. O. H. & N. Time Card. To Spokane 5:45 a.m. :<:O2 p.m. To Portland. 10:45 am. 7:10 p.m. From Moscow «t:00 a.m. 2:10 p.m. To Moscow 9.30 a.m. 7:40 p.m. Stages lieave Colfax For Almota Mon., Wed., Fri., 7:00 a.m. Penawawa. Tue., Thur., Sat, 7:00 a.m. Thornton. Tue., Thur., Sat., 7:00 a.m. The results of the senatorial elections thus far show a mighty poor year for dark horses. Governor Rogers, in his message said: "Our public credit is established." It is not to his credit, however, that it is es tablished. It was his populistic desire to make milk tickets legal tender. Where would our credit be had his idea pre vailed? Olympia is in a fever of terror over the capital removal agitation. The people over there refer to it as t...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 25 January 1901

PAIR OF REFORMERS Lucius Cassiiis Crow and His Dogskin Cloves. Mr. Howne of Reform Fame and a Few Things Concerning His History. Olympia, .lan. 22.—The state legisla ture is now in full motion after a week of organization and getting together. A noticeable and inspiring feature of the aggregation in the fewness of demo popo professional "reformers" who never reform who have seats in the legislative chambers. The right loud Lucius Caseiun Crow from Poor Mile is hure, it is true. He breathed the same atmosphere as the Hon. Gideon H Kent, who will go down in political history as the illustrious pop leader who wanted to sell a "kalf." Compliment* for Bowne. With the Right Honorable and Windy ( . W. Bowne, sent up from Spokane county, Mr. (Vow comprises the delega tion of the old mid-road, single-tax and hilvcr federation guards. They are the only urn's who crowded to the trough, thanks to the tenacity with which Whit man and Spokane voters held to dead and gone issues. (row wasted one t...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 25 January 1901

r> \T P-* The blase girl leaned back in her comfortable Morris chair aud stifled a yawn. "Su you went to the Van Sut phen crush last night," she remarked. "Well, how did you Mke it?" The debutante frowned. "I think it was the most ill bred crowd I ever was in," she answered. "11l bred? Why, my dear child, you were associating with the cream of po lite society!" "They stared at me as if I was a strange animal, and I distinctly heard HEX IMPERTINENT LOKUNETTE. one matron say, 'Who Is that insignifi cant little girl in white?' " "And did you hear the answer?" The debutante blushed. "Yes," she admitted, "I was wedged in among a lot of people, and I couldn't get away soon enough. The other one answered: *Oh, she's just come out. Mother's an old school friend of Daisy Van Sut phen. They don't amount to anything, though— poor as church mice.' " The blase tcirl put her feet op an inch higher and laughed unpleasantly. "Just like the dear creatures," she sneered. "Wonder what they'll say w...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 1 February 1901

P* M W V ■ _ — "'—'— "—" /~> - O/> ■ '^"r^rrTzr TWEXTY-FOURTH YEAR. The Grand Final of uar Greatest of Clearance Sales We have made up our mind so do a tremendous business dur ing the month of February. Nothing nhort of double last year's hhlch will natrnfy us. As a fitting climax to the greatent clear ance sale in our hintory, we had to prepare for a record-break ing event. These exceptionally grand values on sale com mencing today are bound to bring hundreds of eager buyers 51.25 AND $1.50 FLANNELETTE GOWNS FOR 95 C EACH. Ladies' Flannelttte (Jowdh to be placed on special sale, made of the best quality English flannelette in pretty stupes, beautifully trimmed, an especially well made gown, extra length and width, bought to sell for ?1.25 and $1.50. Lfppitt'a Sale Price, each 95c Same as the above, for children, each .... 40c Misses oOc Owing to our limited amount of space we are unable to quote prices on Linens and Shoes. Watch our show windows for special sale prices on Lin...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 1 February 1901

J HAYED SMOOTH liAMB Swindler Mulcted h Loan Agent For Sixteen Hundred. Filed Forged Deed for a Farm Near Thornton and Secured a Loan. Tbe smoothest confidence game ever perpetrated in the l'alouse country was one which came to light lnst Friday, in which a man sailing under the name of (Jen. <". Wagner swindled Halfour, Guth rie A To. of Portland out of $1600 cold cash. The money wus procured through Don Ryrie, their Colfax agent. Wagner appeared at Onkesdale just before New Years, purporting to have come from Minnesota in search of land After looking over several propositions Wagner pretended to buy the 240 acre farm of Hiram Hoagland, near Oakes dale. In company with Mr. Hoagland, ' he, visited Colfux and secured an ab- Btract of title at Hoaglaud's expense. Together they called upon Hyrie and Wagner incidentally mentioned that he wished a loan of $1600 on the property after its transfer. The deal seemed satisfactory and Wagner left Mr. Hoagland's place for Spokane a week ago ...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 1 February 1901

TWICE WITH A BOTTLE Uartlelders Worse Excited Than For Many Years. Ready To Tie Up To a Telegraph Pole In Case of a Fatality. darfield has had its first sensation eince Ed Hill murdered Langford Sum mers with a knife. The Uarfielders are the most peaceable people in the world but they get mightily excited on occa sions They had one of these occasions last Sunday morning, and all that saved a young man's neck at the first telegraph pole wan his failure to kill a mau Htruck twice with a loaded bottle. Thin was a tragedy which shook the whole town of Qarftdd. Frank Madder. with something like 190 pounds of flesh and 22 years, visited Colfax last Satur day night, in company with Frank Simpson and a notorious gentleman known an Speoeer (iragg. There is no necessity for a newspaper to tell the antics of the gentlemen here. Got Home in the Morning. The gentlemen went home in the morn ing loaded down with booze. They had round bottles and square bottles'—and it is oot yet certain whether Jo...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 1 February 1901

4 COLFAX GAZETTE IVAN CHASE, PUBLISHER. Established, 1877. Entered at the pootofflce at Coliax ac second class matter. BPBBCRIPTION RATES. 81x Monthß, postage paid One Dollar One Year, postage paid Two Dollars Twenty-five per cent discount for advance payment. O. R. & N. Time Card. To Portland. 7:10 p.m. To Spokane 5:45 a.m. 3:02 p.m. To P ndletun 10:45 am. 7:10 p.m. From Moscow 9:00 a.m. 2:50 p.m. To Moscow 9:30 a.m. 7:40 p.m. The Sheriff and the Hobo. The clerical individual who presides over the sheriff's office in Whitman coun ty has announced to the world that no hobo needn to work while he handles the jail keys. The gentleman is young and tender and knoweth little about the Iwliilti hobo. Work is the only tbiug that a knight of the road and chicken roost dreads. He cares little for con finement on county meals. In fact, he will go out of his way several hundred miles to find a county jail where he is fed without work. The experience of Massachusetts with the tramp evil see...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 1 February 1901

WHAT NEIGHBORS 1)0 Letters Full of Interesting News Notes From Maay Country Points. CLKAIt CREEK. Weather is fine. business Moving on in good shape. Wheat looks tiue for this time of the MMon. lla.v in high this winter and scarce. Tne usual number of cattle ure being f. d lor spring market*. Stock of all kinds doing nicely on the jirnHfs and if winter continues mild there will he plenty of grazing. There have been nome reports of hog cholera, hut the farmers of Clear Creek ►eeiij to bare learned how to keep hogs in a healthful condition. An epidemic of la grippe seems to be sweeping over Kainiac. Several serious i-Mr-ihi are reported. Mrs. Gaptil and bod George are re ported us Home better at this writing. Rev. George Pickle goffered an attack of la irrippe last week. Philip Harrington ban been quite ill for some time, the result of weak lungs. Mis* Verna Beard is quite ill with a cold and sore throat. Little I,ora Hughes while coasting ilowi) hill one day last week, came in fun idl...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 1 February 1901

r, Nethersole An Artist In Dre*/v By Henrietta Rousseau. I am K"lf'h' to tell about some of the lovely things that sad Olga Nethersole vcnm on the stage. In one act she wears a wrap the like of which has not been seen In this country ever. It Is worn over a dress of rich silk, and this Is In turn covered with an overdress of One silk iiiousselliie de sole, and this Is embroidered with everything imagina ble which could be Impressed to make it still more beautiful. There Is a de- OLOA XETHERSOLE. sign of trailing flowers, among them calla lilies made of chiffon, and all the haves are made in the same way, so that out of theebiffon there have bloom ed these pure and lovely flowers. They look as if swimming on the surface of the water. Chiffon is so soft and deli cate that it gives effects that nothing else can. When mingled with pearl and all manner of silken flossy threads, It can be imagined how very beautiful the whole is. This dress has a train, and the whole of this is wrought wi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 8 February 1901

THECOLFAX GAZETTE "*■* ■"■^^"^■*" ' I" ■•—- —- V It *Jf\r*.* "^ ■ TVVKNTY- FO I' RT H YE AX. Magnificent Display O F LADIES' UNDER MUSLINS SEASON 1901. Our ne-w Spring Line of Muslin Underwear now on sale. Such an endless variety of styles; dainty, fresh, tasty garments, made under perfect hygienic conditions and at such Incomparably Low Prices. Our association placed an order amounting to $28,500 with a New York manufacturer before the advances in cotton goods. This large order and buying before the raise in prices, gives us our muslin underwear at such a low price that we can sell it to you at about what the merchant who buys alone has to pay for his. See the big display in the window. Muslin Drawers. V* 5> ?$& Cambric and fine ihumUd drawers; fifty \-»- 'Jf different ntvles, Home itiHertion trimmed, fy_ / otherH with tucks, rutH»H, lace and em- / /^f \ Prices range from 2."> cto $2.00 Newest Sprintr creations, displaying f^^nofJ^^^c^^^^^ that rnrt> elegance bo i-hara...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 8 February 1901

2 ORDERED OFF STRUT Citizens Oeeapying North End Streets Must Clear Out. Talk Aliout Trading '"'I I'ump For a Now Owe- Council Proceedings, Monday evening's meeting of the council was note <»r less spirited. Pampa, liitehing racks, plumber's li censes, official report*, defective sewers, private uccapation <»f city property, ami the troublesome Spring Bat bridge were cussed and discussed. Ail conncilmen were present, Mayor Lippitt presiding. Hills amounting to $813 <">* were pass ed by the Bnance committee and ordered paid. It wan moved by Ifastin and seconded by Barroll that the strei-t laborer be in structed to report monthly his time em ployed upon city work and for the water Bystem separately, and that he be paid (mm the common and water funds ac cordingly. The motion carried. Councilman Mastin, for the fire and water committee, reported that investi gation had been made of the wooden kitchen in the rear of Harpole's saloon, against which complaint wuh made at the la...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 8 February 1901

TALKED THREE DAYS Fruit iirowers in a Big Conven- tion »t Spokane. Inland Empire Horticultural and i Floricultural Association Now Thoroughly Organized, About K'O of the hading fruit growers of th" inland empire, in which the Pa lOOW country wan largely represented opened the Inland Empire Horticultural and Floricullural Association conven tion at Spokane, Thursday of hint week, for a three days 1 tension. * The meeting was a splendid one throughout, and was addressed by a Dumber of leading au thorities and extensive orchardists. The organisation of the association was completed on linen whirl, promise great good and advancement to the fruit growing interests of thin region. The visitors were welcomed by Mayor < omstock in a hospitable manner, and alno by President Olmeted of the cham ber of commerce. General T. I{. Tannattof Parmington, president of the association, responded to these addresses, tendering the thanks of the association to the people of Spo kane, and especially th...

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. — 8 February 1901

4 COL FAX GAZETTE IVAN CHASE, PUBLIBHKK. KstaMisluM, 1577. Entered Rt the postoffice at Oolfax as second class mßttor. SUBSCRIPTION KATEt*. Six Months, postage pai.l One Dollar One Year, pottage I'"* 1' Tw<) I-)ollars Twenty live per font discount lor advance payment. O. K. & N. Time Card. To Portland 7:10 p.m. To-Spokane 5:45 ft.in. 3:02 p.m. ToPmilncn 10:45»m. 7:10 p.m. Prom MOMOW ;t:(MI a.m. 2:"opm. To MoaOOW ',1 :*) ;t.m. 7:40 p.m. Republicans and Railways. The honesty <»f purpose of the republi cans in the legislature in their endeavors to pass freight rate legislation in Hhown In their willingness generally, according to latent information from the capital, to give n|> the contention of the Preston commission t>ill for placing the appoint ive power of tlif commission with the governor, lieutenant governor and auditor, instead of the governor alone, when it became apparent that it wan en dangering the enactment of all railway legislation. So hoou as it became ev...

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. — 8 February 1901

WHArNKKiHBORS DO Lettf rs Full of Interesting: News Notes From Mauy C'onntry Points. ULKAK CHEEK. Cold and windy. A little hlusterv weather the fore part of thp week. The ground bog saw hia shadow .Sat urday last. Sis weeks yet of winter, if tin' old BBj ing be true. A number of renl estate deals and transfers are being made in this vicinity and BOOK of our rauchers will move into town to live. Scarlet fever has made its appearance in the Mader family. Two of the child ren are ill with this dread disease. A special meeting of the directors of school district 1H was held last week to consider the advisability of securing more books for the school library and a book case for same. Other busiuena of the district was under discussiou at the name time. Superintendent Roberta of Colfax visit ed tin 1 school here laHt Wednesday. J. S. Beard recently made a Hale of bis property in Vineland, witb a view of investing in real estate in (ivy. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Hlachley, who have been spending ...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 8 February 1901

r, DRESS AM) FASHION. A SEASON OF CONSPICUOUS SPLEN DOR IN WRAPS, GOWNS, ETC. r.lt-uuiii K\ «• nIn X Wrap and Cnnt. The Sitft She«Mi of Silver Intrudes I'pon the Glory of GoM— -Ilatu and ( liir Afternoon fl»WI|. Unless all Bigns foil this will be a lea son conspicuous for the wearing of handsome clothes. The winter even- Ings offer fine opportunities for the dis play of splendid gowns, wraps, etc.. iiml the picturesque style of dress which now prevails opens up endless vistas of quaint ensembles for the wo man who aims at effectiveness. Tin' first sketch, characteristic of horse show styles, wafts us at once into the realm of evening dross. The graceful evening pelisse pictured is fashioned In yray broche, patterned CHEFS D'<KUVBES OF DKESS. over with a floral design in the faintest blues, maures and greens. At the back there is inlei a sort of gore of palest green kilted satin, while everywhere comes an artistic application of black chantilly lace, together with a charm ing touc...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 15 February 1901

THE COLFAX GAZETTE. TWENTY-FOURTH YEAR. Advance Spring Goods Are now arriving and styles are handsomer than ever before. We have surpassed all our previous efforts and will show this season an endless variety of the latest fabrics consisting of: Venetian Cloth Mslsoso Homespun Drop ole Alma Fancy Poplin Dimities I Fancy Covert Embroidered S"wiss I Wool Taffeta English and French ! Fequin Serge Ginghams Granite Cloth Madras Cloth Soleil Fancy Wash Silk for Armure Waist and Dresses AARON KUHN, The Leading Dealer in Reliable Merchandise. COLFAX, WASHINGTON NEW SPRING STYLES OF DUFFY'S $3.50 IDEAL Shoes for Women just received. This shoe was made expressly for us by the celehratcd shoe maker?, F. M. Maryiuff k, Co., Janesville, Wisconsin. We have them in five different styles, wide and narrow toe, light or heavy sole, in all sizes nn-ii widths. BEST SHOE MADE FOR $3.50. Have your repairing done by an experienced shoe maker. We have one who has had 21 years' experience. He can suit you. ...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 15 February 1901

s OIL, DUAL AM GAS Found Everywhere Over the i'alouse Country. I.an-Ki Kxcitement Id At Palouse, Where Gas Bubbles Through the loe Natural gas, coil and oil are becom ing common commoditieain the Patooae. country. Since the findings on I'ine Cnek t many people have been looking for oil. They tind something more thau indications at every hillside spring. The bent indications seem to be at Palome, where the skating pond is il luminated from gas bubbles under the ice, and a few men and boyfi have been more or less nrioosly • urned from thoughtlessly toothing matches to the bubbles, after holes were made in the ice. There in great excitement at Palouse City over the finds recently made and many leases of lands are being made for proapwling A. .1. lrwin, an oil and gas expert from Pennsylvania, has examined the oil and tin* flows and is of the opinion thai the PakHlM will equal the famous Pennsylvania coal, oil and gas fields. Land is bring leased in that vicinity for prospecting purpose...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 15 February 1901

CUT OUTj^ DEPUTY Commissioners Thought Sheriff Had Too Many Wen. They Also Paid For the Bonds of Democrats, But Balked On a Republican. The new board of county commission er*—democratic—met February 4 and has been in almost continuous session ever since. Occasionally the board adjourns when the democratic and ''reform" members get weary of the demands of democratic officials pledged to economy. Just One Instance. This is only one instance of demo cratic and populistic economy. The good and capable assessor named 81 men—only part of whom he cared any thing about—as his deputy assessors. The commissioners, with full idea in mind, that thin was not a year for real eetate assessment, and that necessarily it was not essential to give the demo cratic assessor so ninny men, promptly cut him down to 24. An Off Year. The commissioners thought it not necessary in a year when real estate is cot to be listed to employ 31 deputy assessors, as asked for by the assessor. From an adjourned meeting ...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
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