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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 15 February 1901

4 COLFAX GAZETTE IVAN CHASE, PUBLJSHKR. Established, 1877. Entered at the postoffice at Coli&x aa secoud clam matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATKtf. Six Months, postage paid One Dollar One Year, portage paid Two Dollars Twenty-five per cent discount for advance payment. O. B. & N. Time Card. To Portland. 7:10 p.m. To Spokane f»:45 am. 3:03 p.m. To P ndlet. n 10:45 am. 7:10 p.m. From Moscow 9:0 l» a.m. 2: 0 p in. To Moscow 9.30 a.m. 7:40 pm. Cuban capitalists feel nervous over the report that the United States is getting ready to withdraw from the inland. Uncle Sam is in truth a handy individual to have around. Not the least excitement attends the final passage of the bill enlarging the regular army. Tbe bogy of "militarism" in a frosted pumpkin and was not worth the tallow dip used to illuminate it. There is talk of oyster bills iv the legislature, and they should be watched, because tbe oyster business is to be as important in this state iv the next fifty years at the wheat, business...

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. — 15 February 1901

iVHAT NEIGHBORS DO Letters Full of Interesting News Notes From Many Country Points. GUY. Miss Giles.a worker in the W. C. T. U., held a Demon* medal contest at the college Saturday night. Miss Amy Whetsel was the successful contestant. The medal, which by error was awarded to Mr. Isaacson in the first contest held here, was transferred to Miss Hila l'atters m, its rightful owner. A football game was played Saturday between the freshmen and seniors of Ed wards college, resulting iv a victory for the latter. Mrs. K. M. Bachus in suffering from la grippe. Baptisimal services were conducted by the state evangelist o f the Christian church Sunday. The protracted meet in«s were closed in the evening. Mun Ifeyen is moving into his resi dence. Sherman Rnrnes and bride of Wenat chee are visiting friends at this place. F. S. Bachua haH gone to Wullace to work in the mines. Last Saturday a number of Guy sportsmen joined in a general bunt after a COOffar, reported to have been seen near Kniaiac...

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. — 15 February 1901

r, JEAnew CONNER THE, W»MAN BY ELIZA ARCMARD CONNER One of those brilliant young southern women, of whom there are many, Huould write the life of the late Eliza beth Van Lew of Kichmond. Opposed though she was to the cause of the Confederacy and bringing to bear all her force and talent against it during the civil war, yet quite apart from any political consideration Elizabeth Van Lew was one of the most remarkable women the south ever produced. The hidden chambers and passageways in which in wartime she concealed Union soldiers, the openly secret nooks and holes in which womanlike she kept letters and dispatches from Grant un discovered under the rerj eyes of Con federate detectives who watched her continually, made of the old Van Lew mansion a historic castle of romance and mystery. There alone, ostracized and disliked. Elizabeth Van Lew lived more than 35 years, from the close of the civil war till her death. Hers was a career fuller of thrilling, dramatic incident than that of t...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 22 February 1901

J M iL " TWKNTY-KOI'KTH TEAR. Hosiery Sale The Cash Buyers' Union (of U& m *< which we arc a member) pur- JjjggrS H^/m c^ase<' ;i°o° dozen Ladies' and ll JP\ >£t Ladies' and 1500 dozen Chil w JP dren's, at a price that enables us if to sell them for We have sold these hose as high as 10 and 12 J cents per pair. Every pais is guaranteed Absolutely Fast Black We have only 100 dozen —^ and will not be able to get W^^ £~l {\ T^l T~ O any more at this price. V^ V-/AJ_ UKJ OUR GUARANTEE! Money back if goods are not satisfactory. WASH^^ NEW SPRING STYLES OF DUFFY'S 53.50 IDEAL Shoes for Women just received. This Hhoe was made expressly for us by the celebrated shoe makers, F. M. liarylulf Jc Co., Janesville, Wisconsin. We have them in five different styles, wide and narrow t<>e li<chr <>r henvy sola, in all aims and 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 yo...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 22 February 1901

? CHARGE Till MARSHAL Serious Allegations Against Head of Police Force. Investigation Provided For, But Complainant* F.xcused The— »elvcN From Appearance. Rumors current for Home time of im proper and iiiMiltinsr conduct on the part of City Marshal Weinberg toward certain female residents of the city cul minated Monday in the filing with the city council of charges against that offi cial and Mking that the matters com plained of be investigated. The charge* tiled were hh follows: Serious Complaints. Colfax, Feb. IK—To the Mayor and Councilmen of Colfax: I hereby certify that on the eve of the 24th of January, when on my way home from church, Mr. Weinberg treated me in an ongentletnan ly manner, and I hereby (ink that you in vestigate the matter. |(88. Cj.aka J. Davis. (olfax, Feb. 18.—To the Mayor and Councilmen of ('olfax: I hereby certify that on the eves of January 20 and January 27, when on my way home from church, Mr. Weinberg treated rue in an improper manner, and I now ask th...

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. — 22 February 1901

COULD NUT BTAXD IT County I'nniniissioners Kued Hack Their Own Proposal. Forced the Kf-t.iKnat ion Of Janitor Anderson After He Won At Their Own Game The loeincerity of the democratic ma jority of the board of county commis sioners was well illunt rated n few days ago. When the appointment of jani torn came tip after the new members took their seats in .lanuary there were thirteen applicants for the two posi tions, among them Home republican old soldiers, (ireat professions were made about giving each n fair show and the names were put in a hat, the last two drawn out to be the appointees. The f.irce wiiß gone through with in the first draw by accidentally or Otherwise leav ing out the slip upon which the name of (has. 15. Anderson, a republican old soldier, was written. Thin was discov ered, when it wan decided that another trial should be had. In this Mr. Ander- Hon was one of the lucky two. Mr. Goodyear, offldo chairman of the board, was not pleased with this and a court of inqui...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 22 February 1901

4 COLFAX GAZETTE IVAN CHASE, PUBLISHER. Established, 1877. Entered at the postoffice at Colfex aa second clam matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATEP. Six Mouths, postaße paid One Dollar One Year, postage paid Two Dollars Tweuty-flve per cent dim-ount for advance payment. O. K. & N. Time Card. To Portland 7:10 p.m. To Spokane 6:46 a.m. 342 p.m. To P ndleton 10:45 am. 7:10 pm. From Moscow 9:00 a.m. 2:50 pm. To Moscow 9.30 a.m. 7:40 p.m. Reports are frequent that Mexico is considering the adoption of the gold standard. That country will not have far to go for an example of the fact that the gold standard pays. Fool and freak bills are constantly be ing urged upon legislators; but probably the worst of these is one brought out by a Minnesota legislator prohibiting any woman over 4"» years of age from marrying. The slaughter of the Tolnian railway commission bill in the state senate Tues day simply fulfills the predictions made when the l'reston bill was killed a few days ago. Senator Hall and o...

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. — 22 February 1901

WHAT NEIGHBORS 1)0 Letters Full of Interesting News Notes From Many Country l'olnt*. PA Ml*A We hear of oil and gas being found in almost all parts of Whitman county except Pampa. Well, Pampa has aa abundance of gas, and we think good indications of oil, as there \a an oily substance on the water coming from springs on 1). 8. Bowman's, J. H. Wingett'n and L. Plowman's ranches. F. L. Cordon went to Covello last Tuesday to visit relatives and friends. Minn Amy Rudolph was visiting with Mrs. 1,. Plowman Thursday last. Rev. F. .1. .lames closed his meetings here Friday night last and went to the Rock school house Saturday to hold meetings. Rev. James is au earnest and impressive worker and has been success ful in adding eight names to the church roll. Joseph Chandler received a telegram IHNt Wednesday night that his sister, Mrs. Struber, living near Sprague, wus dangerously ill, and word came Friday that she had died. Mis* Anna Clemens and brother at tended Sunday school last Sunday. I....

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 22 February 1901

G FARM, ORCHARD AND GARDEN By J. S. TrlgK-Oopvrtght, 1900. The ouicG It ( verj old vegetable, and It smells Jiut exactly as It did 0.000 years ago. A Nebraska creamery is making and shipping a carload of choice creamery butter a day to eastern consumers. All milking utensils need to come In contact with water at a temperature of 212 degrees not less than twice a day. There Is always some one to apolo gize and excuse the mean tricks of a dog. In this particular the do? fares better than the man. The heavy draft horses of Europe are driven without lines. In this eolm try, when well fed on American oats, they have too much ginger to be han dled in this manner. It seems almost wicked to kill and broil that young rooster just as he be gins to get gay, but it Is not half as wicked as it is to try to eat him when he is a tough old granddaddy. Where flies most abound there, not far away, will be found the piles of manure and garbage in which they breed. A sweating pile of stable ma nure nea...

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

THECOLFAX GAZETTE. TWENTY-FOURTH YEAR. JULIUS LIPPITT'S Advance Spring Purchases of This Season's Goods Are now received, which we propose placing before the public at a bare commission in order to induce early buying. THE New Dress Goods Two important elements—stylish goods and LOW Prices—make these doubly interesting. Not a single cloth or pat tern on which DAME FASHION has not set her seal of approval for the coming season's wear. Prunella Cloth ™8;::r,r ric, with a very fine twill and a satin finish—handsomest goods shown this season for spring costumes. Pippnlpn 1Q a" the latest figures— llulUlCLo one o [ tne very Bwe n eHt fabrics for spring dresses or separate skirts. flrPTlPttP lm P°rted black crepette, UIDJJDIIUU something entirely new this season, taking the place of crepons in the latest designs; very desirable for separate skirts. frihpllflPQ A""wt)o1 black imported ZJIUCIIIiUO French zibeline, one of the Handsomest fabrics for separate Hkirts—it needs no lining. Pebble ...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 1 March 1901

8 MARRIED LAST NIGHT Miss Mary Pocoek Became Mrs. Elmer Eugene lJellin^er. Happy Wedding Amid Pink and Whttfl Carnations, With Smilax For Trimming Amid decorations of white and pink carnations and lovely smilax, Riven hwhv by her father, Miss Mary Finley Poeoek was wedded Thursday evening at BUM) to Elmer Eugene Bellinger. The ceremony wan performed by BeT. H. P. James of the Congregational church, the full church and ring service being need. A. ('. Warner was bent man and Miss Rath Pocock,J sister o! the bride, whs bridesmaid. The bride and groom met in the par lor of her parent's home at the appoint ed hour, the bride leaning on the arm of her father, Dr. .J. N. Poeoek, and the groom attended by bin bent man and next friend, A. ('."Warner. Miss Orpha Rounds played the wedding march. The bride wan beautifully gowned in white Hilk, en traine, and carried a bou quet of bride's roses and wore a lovely bridal veil. The groom was dressed in conventional black. Minn Rath Poeoek, the brid...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 1 March 1901

MOTHER'S AWFUL DEED Drowned Her Six Children In a I niontown Well. Jumped Herself the Thirty Feet ami Helrt Their Mule Heads Under the Water. At Iniontown, sometime during Sat urday night, the greatest tragedy and most wholesale murder was enacted that the I'alouse country ever kuew. Mrs. Itosa Wurtzer drowned her six help less children in a well. She in an Austrian woman of 'AH years, with a residence of twelve years in the United States, the first two of which were spent at Kansas <ity and the last ten at Iniontown. She was born in the historical mountain province of Tyrol, Austria. Before her marriage and emigration to the I'nited States Mrs. Wurtzer was a woman of educational and musical abilities—a governess in a royal family. She mar ried .Joseph Wurtzer, a brick and stone mason, and emigrated to America. Symptoms of Insanity. About a year ago the woman's hus band died in the hospital at Colfax. Some time before hi-* death Mr. Wurtzer told a fellow traveller between (Jrange...

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. — 1 March 1901

4 COLFAX GAZETTE IVAN CHASK, ITBI.I~HKK. Established, 1877. Knterod at the postoffice at rolfax as second class matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. SU Months, postage paid One I><lllar One Year, postal paid Two Dollars Twenty-five per rout diMOOBt for advance payment. C). H. & N. Time Card. To Portland Mf »J- m- To Spokane r'^"' »•»"• -!:02 Pm- To P, ndleton 10:45 am. < :IO Pm. From Moscow i»:00 a.m. 2:fio p.m. To Moscow it.3oa.rn. 7:40 p.m. It has been found that an extra ses sion of congress can not be avoided, and President McKinley has notified several senators that the call will be is sued as soon as the Cuban constitution is received. The president very natural ly and rightly desired that congress Hhiill have the responsibility for what ever action may be taken concerning that constitution and Cuba's relations to this country. The question of what shall be done with Cuba is agitating the whole country more or less at present, and there seems to be quite a diversity of opi...

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. — 1 March 1901

WHAT NEIGHBORS DO Letters Full of Inter.-ting News Notes From Many Country Points. GUY. The M. E. revival meetings closed because of bad weather and roads. There is a three weeks old daughter in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Will MeMahon. Mrs. Alice Keith is visiting her sister in Pendleton, Oregon. l>r. Hall's father from Corvallis, Or is visiting here and in Moscow, Idaho. lira. Lillie Parvin's niece visited her hist week. This niece, Mrs. Follis of £°°f ; ! U '' w»" <>n uer way home from Walla Walla, where she has been visit ing several weeks. A brass band has been organized in Guy. rhey practice in the new hall. .!. T. Wallace nmdc a recent business trip to wardacr, Idaho. There in a new boy in the home of Mr and Mrs. Grant Standard. Otis Heard has returned from North port. Mr. Udy came last week from his home in Missouri to work for B F Wilson. A good many housekeepers of Guv and surrounding country are cooking over new stove ranges recently bought from an agent for a firm ...

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. — 1 March 1901

6 COUNTRY DIRT ROADS MOW TO BUILD AND KEEP THEM IN GOOD CONDITION Equipment of Hnnd Machinery Re quired — Home Roller* Ver»u« !>i. nm — W I.in to Do With the >1..n«-»—(.riuliiin and llriiliiinn. The process of Improving a dirt road. mys E. <;. Harrison in Rural New Yorker, Is this: First, go over the road with the road machine, adjusting It so us to take off the grass, weeds, leaves, loose stones, etc. Then cart this to Home dump. Do not leave any on the road surface. The stones might be separated to fill up deep holes or wash es. Then with tin- machine draw the earth to center of road, so as to form a crown. It then- arc still loose stones or grass sods, leaves, sticks, etc., found mixed witii the earth, use a common steel tooth harrow to draw them in piles, and this harrowing will also mix th.' earth, sand and clay. Having got rid of loose stones and trash, put on the roller and roll until the surface is hard ami linn, increasing the weight as the rolling proceeds. The cr...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 8 March 1901

THE COLFAX GAZETTE. TWENTY-FOIRTM YEAR. la addressed i I ft\ Partii-ularly to the 1 jJf«>A/-\ Men to whom ' r\ I At \y^-\ We have not I //4« /\ xXj . , Hud an /j \ f^J V j 4 A opportunity /C vylS '/^-^ 4& ThuK far // /">■) To prove the J r \\.U-i..-J\ ff Advantages t^ '^sSSPf' ffl Offered inour -^— r — '-r —~ar^ \/ Briefly, i J H. i )< Reliable qualities, / \ Exclusive styles, I I hu'-liiotjublo modes, II Shown ear lier than At other stort-s, M fc No higher in price, W W Balesmen who'll j ™ 'lake mi Interest In jileßsing you, And we'll back Kvery purchase To the last Thread. The Store That Is Making Colfax Famous. WHY NOT BE PROTECTED OUR PARAGON HEALTH PflllfiY Payß a «*y-I|!d">*y »n ***** m» uuii rHiiHUun nLHLin ruLIUI ease except chronic easwi. Ts incontest able. '« >n force from date of issue. No medical examination required In wold in auy amount, uuii covers more dinea«eH than auy other company OUR COMBINATION CUMULATIVE ACCIDENT POLICY i/S.-SU*; and pays wee...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 8 March 1901

s FOUR WERE BURNED Mr. and Mrs. Kyrie, M. J. Urady and ft. C. Fud^e. Gasoline Utnp Exploded Over Their Heads While At Supper In Hotel Dining Boon A gasoline lump of the force feed pat tern exploded with terrific force in the dining room of the Hotel Oollai shortly after «> o'clock Wednesday evening, while about 15 guests were at the tables, tn an instant the entire room wan a seetb ing mass of Hume. Don Kyrie, agent for Balfoar, Gathrie * Co., and wife, and If . J. Orady, druggist at the Klk drug store, and wife were at one table. Mr. and Mth. Kyrie and Mr. (Jrady were all severely, luit not dangerously, burned about their faces and hands, while Mr*, (iradv escaped with barely a mark on her cheek. At another table near Hat W. C. Fudge, Harry Cornwell and .1. N. Pickrell. The blazing Uuid struck Mr. Fudge fairly und badly burned his hands and face, as it did the other three, while Mr. Pickrell and Mr. Cornwell escaped unscathed. Minn SteveuH, a waitress, whh standing juet in the r...

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. — 8 March 1901

A PUMPING PROPOSAL Odd k MacßpiizieOflOr to Hoist Water To Keservoir. A«k 92000 a Year for a Five Year Contract—Will Install a Powerful Plant. < odd A Mackenzie, proprietors of the ( Olfax electric light plant, will make ex tensive improvements in their power house .hiring the coming summer In view of this fact, they submitted to the city council at Monday night's meeting a proposition to pump the water con sumed by the H.vstem for a period of five yean at $2000 a year, with a percent age should the water receipts exceed $->00 a month. Action was deferred un til next meeting. The Pumping Proposal, Following in the proposal submitted: "Ah we Hhall itiHtali (luring the eominir summer a power plant of about 175 borae power capacity, with a reserve of ;>0 more, we woa ld like to make a con tract with the city of f olfax to pump the city water, hh we believe we can save the city $luoo annually over its present cost of pumping. "With thiH object in view, we herewith offer to pump...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 8 March 1901

4 COLFAX GAZETTE IVAN CHASE, I'UBUSHKK. KnUbliahed, 187". Kntered at the pontoffloe at Colfax a* Recond rlas* matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATK.S. Xli MonthH, postage paid One Dollar One Year, postage paid Two Dollars Twenty-five per cent discount for advance payment. O. K. & N. Time Card. To Portland 7:10 p.m. To Spokane f.:ir>a.m. H:O2 p.m. To P* ndleton 10:45 am, 7:10 pro. From Moscow (.»:00a.m. 2:"op.m. To Moscow {».30a.m. 7:40 p.m. Second Inaugural. At noon March 4 President McKinley completed his first term as chief execu tive of the I nited States, to the honor of himself, the satisfaction of the peo ple and the glory and renown of the na tion. In again assuming the presidency William McKinley does so under far more favorable conditions than when he entered upon the duties, trials and re sponsibilities four years ago. Notwithstanding that within the time a foreign war has been fought requiring hundreds of millions of dollars in ex penditures, the national treasury has never kn...

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 March 1901

NEARBY NEIGHBfo News From County Towns, inns aud Kanges Briefly Xarrat- NLBBKBB HIDING. To the Editor of the Gazette'An it is a well known fact that the Qatte tell* UM truth and prints the new and hh our former correspondent h< packed his jrnp and departed, we ought it would not be amiss to hear fm Meeker once more. For the benefit of some p*>le who do not know where Meeker Sid* is, we will say that it is located on t-' main line of the O. It. 4 N It. R., 40miles south west of ( „|fH X, and is fast ecoming one of the largest wheat abiding stations of the great wheat belt, ( the Palouse lor illustration, in 1891* Aaron Kuhii erected a small platfon at this point to receive wheat and dipped sixteen carloads daring the nison. In 1900 he built a large warehuse and lihk re eared over 35,000 ushels of No. 1 wheat, free from wild *tn or cockle The average per acre is frtfi 20 to 35 bush els. We receive bettf prices than peo ple do further norn and east. The writer sold this seal's wh...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
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