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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 8 March 1901

fi CROPS FOR SHEEP FEED FOR WOOL AS WELL AS MITTOX— \XU \T SIIKI2P PKKFKH. It is Hn old but true adage that too many cooks spoil the broth, says a niter in The Sheep Breeder. One pood thing is worth several other things not so good. The sheepmen ire Just now overwhelmed with advice, toinetinies good, but generally bad, to try too many crops. Sorghum is rec- Nttmended for one. Hungarian gran tor another. A unless broom grass and feveral others of which it is very safe to say the writers of the advice have bud no experience; so between these various stools the unwary shepherd comes to the ground, and his Bock may come to grief. Now, all experience and present knowledge combine to prove that of all crops grown rape is by far the very best in every respect Sheep differ from all other animals in the fact that their woolly coat, weighing from 5 to 10 or even 15 per cent of their other solid matter, contains a large amount of sulphur, or 4 per cent on the average -that is, a fleece of a we...

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. — 15 March 1901

THE COLFAX GAZETTE. TWKNTY-FOLKTH YEAR. AARON KUhiMv. Col fax's Greatest Store. NEW ARRIVALS IN Summer Wash Goods Arriving Every Day. tNDUS DIMITY The well known and! We hardly need mention silk and drees popular fabric for .priflß and summer wear. ; )da departments, as it is a well-known fact .1 'ist tin- thuiK for houne or street dretw; comes „ , . in all oolon and dainty effeata. A lar^e col- that we are leade«"B >n these lines. Our stock lection of patterns to choose from. We offer IM larger and more completa this season than this line to start the season at «. ver before. Everything in the line of novel -856C per yard. i ties and up to date are sure to be found here. 3G-in<-h Figured Lawn, in all the new color ings. This is one of the most desirable fabrics for summer wear, beirg tine and sheer. A choice collection of patterns to select from. We are offering this line at 1 "»c per yard. BOIK CELESTE—This ■om of the new creations in wash goods for spring and sum mer, being...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 15 March 1901

3 YOUI GIRL MUM Laura Morgan .Mysteriously Dis appeared After Hehool. Her Can Was Found On the Fair Grounds Bridge and Her Books in Bushes Near. Laura Morgan, 1C year old daughter of Mrs. Elizabeth Morgan, a teacher in the Colfax schools, mysteriously disap peared after school hours Tuesday even ing, and up to Thursday afternoon at a late hour no definite trace of her had been gained. The latest then was that the foreman on the Mockonema section, west of town, had wen a girl jiint at dark a short distance beyond (JreHt, at the top of the hill, two and one-half mile» from Colfax. He could give no de scription of her. When she left school the missing girl did not go to her home in South Colfax On the contrary, she walked rapidly to the north end and went out toward the fair grounds. About 4:30 in the after noon she was met soon after starting up the railroad grade by Claude Hollings worth and Cromwell Oliver.Kchoolumtes, who were returning from squirrel shoot ing. The boys report that...

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

CLERK LOST A DBPUTV County Commissioners Cut Him Out of One Man. Alho ltefiiHPd to i:< in-iai.' the IHn ■ h.ii Sheriff's Deputy, Ex cept Temporarily The laHt meeting of the board of county commiwiionrri. which convened March 4, adjourning March 8, resulted in the cutting out of one of the two deputieH in the office of County Clerk Renfrew. Thin order will affect the pro bate clerk, Oeo. M. Carey, who will be relieved from duty after April 1. As thin work alone ifl voluminous and taken the full time of one man to keep it properly recorded, the work of the office will certainly mifft-r, unless the clerk and remaining deputy nit up nights to keep things in order. Two deputieH have al ways heretofore been found necessary, even in the economizing dayH of the popalMte, while the volume of work is coiiHtantly growing with the country. The board also refused to reconsider ith recent order cutting off one of the sheriff* two riding deputieH, but did permit his employment again after a wee...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 15 March 1901

4 COLFAX GAZETTE IVAN CHASE, PUBLISHER. Established, 1877. Entered at the postoffice at Colfax as second class matter. BOBSORH'TION RATEH. Six Months, postage paid One Dollar One Year, postage paid Two Dollars Tweuty-flve per cent ill—urn lit for advance payment. O. K. & N. Time Card. To Portland 7 10 urn T a . *•* *' f'. 111. o Spokane 5:46 a.m. 3:02 pm. To P ndleton 10:4", am. 7.10 p.m. >Rom Moscow fl:ooa.m. 2:0 pm. To Moscow y;«)a.m. 7:40 p.m. A rate war on flour transportation from the Pacific coast to the orient ih said to be one of the possibilities of the near future. The renult would probably be to cheapen the product to the Asiatic consumer, without benefiting the pro ducers or mills of the eonHt. The government nan leaned wharfage space for its transport business from Pufcet Sound at Taeoma, and now the war between that town and Seattle has broken loose again in all its horrors. The respective editors are chewing away at each others' ears and noses in a bloodthirsty...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 15 March 1901

NKAKBY NEIGHBORS R«WI From County Towns, Farms and laaffw Briefly Narrated. CL.EAH CHKER. Spring is here; so is Robin Redbreast The gay little fellow has been flitting about for three weeks past. The frog* were "croaking" a couple of nights last week, another sign of "Spring has come. Squirrels are out and seem to be as numerous as ever, although it is believed many have been drowned in their winter quarters with so much water washintr (town the fields. b Hie heavy rains of late proved disas trous in many ways alo ß g the creek Sluices have been washed out and roads cut up into gullies, making travel labor ious, eyen dangerous, in places. Man? land slides huvp occurred and several cellars have caved in. At one place a poultry home went afloat, and rods upon rods of fence are to be repaired all because of too much rain. The cellar on Charlie Coreyell's ranch caved in last week, burying beneath the tons of dirt a fine lot of potatoes and other vegetables. A. C. Short had reason to bel...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 15 March 1901

ft BORN IN KENTUCKY. MRS. CARRIE NATION A NATIVE OF THE BLUE GRASS STATE. Characteristic* of the Youth of the Khiikik Snloon Smnnher — Tlie Old Stone Srhoolhoanr Where She K«- celved the Rndtmenta of Education. [Spocial Corrpfpondpnce.] Vkrsaii.i ks, Ky.. Feb. !'.">. The fame t«f old Kentucky is national in its trope if not worldwide. She is proud of having been the birthplace of Abra ham Lincoln, the greatest and best of all the presidents of this great repub lic save only the Father of His Coun try. She has added to the nation's roster of heroes some of the bravest of men, and in the production of states men and sages few commonwealths have surpassed her. She holds the OLD STONK SCHOOLHOUSE WHEBE MRS. NA TION IiECEIVKI) HKB FIHST SCHOOLING. record for the prettiest women and the fastest horses. The hitler feuds of her mountaineers and the sometimes fierce battles of her politicians have Riven a picturesque, if not always pleasing, color to her annals. There seems to be somethin...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 22 March 1901

THE COLFAX GAZETTE TWENTY-FOURTH TEAR. riITTITI 17^ A I 1 ' it place 1 MJi b Al±i,,„:„ #^i f* S Ladies' Wrappers. Mv^ '-' ''\ We haVC '"** received our line °f j .v- y | spririß wrappers and are giving the best Jrf /'^ values for the least amount of money j&3gQftffisW\*' I j ever offered in this city. £ < "*« W3S'/ ••' I'rices from 500 to #2.-4-8. Ladies' Shirt Waists. * We are selling what is undoubtedly fF^T wfiflfll the best silk waist offered in Colfax fur /i^Wj Mi^ IlifV' $r, oo; ask to see them, all Bhadee. 2!* jtMsßw •fWifi Cotton Waists. r^^Pl^K First Hhiprnenl of cotton nliirt waists /^m/WtY^^l^^^^. jiint received; made in the latest styles slll/^pfcllyS'lfcM \Vi and patterns. Prices range from oOc Jfi^sf S-JH^*^ ■«» The New Corset. ni ., 1 . Ti We are shoeing ' llllCll'eil'S J .TOSSCS. .£* x all the spring nay- from / v^ .-^^ eltieH, including the I. r-F 'H*cej)ted styles for $?%,, ur new live of cnil y / the coming year in *£H dren's dresses are now on ffa '\^ / th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 22 March 1901

1 TO A BETTER LAI Honieseekers Pouring By Thou- sands Into the West. Special TraitiN Kiittiinig Daily On All the TraiiHC ntinental Railway Lines. Thousands of homeseekers are pouring into tbe west from the less favored tec tionH of the east Bad middle went. Lmt ing their native heatli in the midst of fierce and biting blizzards, they will de- Mead the western slope of the Rocky mountains into a region where spring, in all its beauty and gladness, is already far advanced. Within three or four days they will be whirled by numerous special transcontinental trams from the storm Hwept, front bound regions of the Missouri and Mississippi valleys to a land where the grass is growing green, where the peaches and the apricot are blooming and the fall wheat, untouched by winter frontH, U hiding the ground; where the plows and the seeders are run ning upon thousands of hills, and where in many localities the spring crop in al ready planted. They will drop suddeu ly upon a country where the eno...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 22 March 1901

NUMBER YOUR DOOR ToniM-il Figariag on the Mail Service Block System. <»i <iisi.me installing it Ordered to He Drafted hy the City Attorney I olfax will take 00 metropolitan airs MHHI, if the plans of the city council are tarried out. Every bouse in the city i* to be numbered according to the United States mail service block system Bach property owner i-< to place the number upon hin building. The cost will be from :<"» to ."io centn for each number The matter was proposed at Monday even ing's meeting by a directory agent, who will famish street names at proper places free to the city and the number plates at :\~> to 50 rents each Me will also publish a directory at $1 a copy. The plan in to divide the city into north and south districts, the dividing line to he at the abstract officeOU Island street, in front of the court house. Numbers are to run from 1 up each way, one to be designated N 1 and the other SI and so on up. Bven numbers are to be on the right and odds o...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 22 March 1901

4 COLFAX GAZETTE IVAN CHASE, PUBLISHES. Establish**!, 1877. Rntewd at the postofliee at Colfax as second class matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Six Months, postage paid One Dollar One Year, pontage paid. Two Dollars Twenty-fl vo pet oeni discount for advance payment. O. H. & N. Time Card. To Portland 7:1«> p m. To Spokane 5:45 a.m. .S:O2 p in. ToPndleton KM'.nin 7:10 p.m. From Moscow '.»:00 a.m. 2: r0 p in. To Moscow 9.90 a.m. 7:40 p.m. The rapidity with which Andrew Car negie i« ridding hitnnelf of his million* begins to look as if he must die noon if he dies rich and in disgrace. New York City owes more by $00, --000,000 than all of the forty five Htaten of the union together, remarkß a demo cratic exchange. It might with pro priety have added that democratic rule haH placed it in thin ponitton. The growth of our agriculture in the last 100 yearn haw been stupendous. Where a century ago it amounted to but $100,000,000 in annual value, it in now rapidly approaching $3,000,000, --...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 22 March 1901

NEARBY NEIGHBORS »t*s From Comity Tvwms, Farms and Usage* Brlelj Narrated. » 1.1 \i: UUKKR. March winds are drying the mud rapidly «"(i roads ure in fair shape again. Karly gardens are being planted. plowing is under full headway. The ground is in good condition. Joe Howard in the first to plant early potatoes in this vicinity. He has a reputation us a Brat-dam gardener. .1. s. Beard, one of Clear Creek's pro gressive farmers, is experimenting with "cold frames" in raining early garden truck. By this means he exptctH to have early vegetables a month or six weeks sooner than his neighbors. TV question of building a church on the r-ite occupied by the old Kenoyer church—since removed to (ivy—in being agitated among the people of Clear Creek. Very many have signified a will ingness to donate money and it ih be lieved enough can be raised to erect a plain, but Mibstantial building. It will |«' a union church—undenominational— and it in hoped it may materialize at no distant day, for a b...

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. — 22 March 1901

fi RAISING THE MAINE. BID FOR REMOVING WARSHIP FROM HAVANA HARBOR ACCEPTED. Record Brpaking ConVrclam Planned. Will Moi-wnt.itis Seoret of Ilattle ■hlp'iDmf motion llcSolved f—(bap lain Chldulrk Goon to China, [Special Correspondence.] Havana. I'eb. 23. All eyes are now tamed toward the shattered and twist ed mass of rusted metal- once the gal lant United States battleship Maine lying In about the middle of Havana harbor, a perch for the carrion eating vulture and a/iest for the harbor fishes. It 1h Just three years since the disaster forcing the conflict between Spain and the United States occurred, and the news that the sunken Maine is soon to be raised from its memory haunted resting place has created a general feel- Ing of interest, tinged with sadness. Governor General Leonard Wood and I.uHan Young, captain of the port of FIGETINO TOP OF THE MAINE. [From a photograph taken on Feb. 15, ISP9, the first annlver.-arv of the sinking of the battleship.] Havana, have finally awarded t...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 29 March 1901

THE COLFAX GAZETTE TWEN rY-FOURTH YKAK. LIPPITT'S iJSS s?ZS£™™« ™ ™ PRICES MAY GIVE YOU SOME IDEA Bat only comparison, with Hound ami enlightened judgment and the ability (a very difficult matter) to carry quality in your eye, in the only sure tent of the cheapest market! This store bus stood the fierce light of the latter ordeal for 23 yearn and wan years ago accorded the flattering verdict by the GREAT MAJORITY as being the BEST VALUE-GIVING STORE IN COLFAX. TAILOR SUIT DEPARTMENT We have t^en compelled to double this de partineiit—indisputable evidence of the mar rekms growth of this branch of our business— a success worthily w<>n and that will be ■tardily maintained. We invite yon to come, see and inspect the array of rich and exclusive stylos we have prepared for your Belect'on. Its a t:rand showing of Ladies' Tailored Suits, Dress Skirt*, Silk Waists, Wash Waists, and Silk Petticoats. T)ih ntyle* are exclusive with Lippitt—dif ferent and better than nhown elsnwhore, and ...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 29 March 1901

1 ARMORY OPERA HOUSE Association Proposes To Fill a Long-Kelt Want. Will Add a Modern Tower Stage To the Blr Armory Building and Handsomely Fit It. If the plans of the Armory Association are carried out saeeessfaily, Colfax will have an opera bouse and place of enter tainment unsurpassed by liny north went town of its class, and one more fitted to the accommodation of the play going people. It. in proponed to fit up the spacious armory building, erected last year through the enterprise of the of ficers and men of Company L, N. Q. W. and the public spirit of a few citizens, and make of it an elegant a id eapaciouH opera house, which will accommodate at least a thousand people and draw to the city the better class of travelling opera and dramatic companies. In the pant thew have been forced to give Col fax the go-by for lack of room. At a meeting of the stockholders of the Armory Association Monday even ing it wan voted to carry out the original plan when the armory project was first ...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 29 March 1901

TO GRASS THE RAMIES 0. R. & N. Company Establish Big Experimental Farm. Will Kndeavor To Find One Or More Grasses Which Will Thrive On Arid Kami* The Oregon Railroad ft Navigation Company has done, and is doing, much for the development of the varied in (iiiKtneH of the inland empire, covered by its lines A few years ago the company established a model experimental farm near Walla Walla, where valuable ex pen men tH with grains and graven have been made and the information thuH gained at considerable expeuae has been given free to those interested in such subjects. Range Grass Experiment Farm. The company is now desirous of grass ing the millions of acres of semi-arid lands tributary to the roads and for the purpose of practical experiment in aid of the diversified agricultural industries has purchased an entire section of land four miles east of Castle Hock, in Mor row county, eastern Oregon, a represent ative section of these Krai-arid lands J'orty acres of this have already b...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 29 March 1901

4 COLFAX GAZETTE IVAN CHASE, PUBLISHER. Established, 1877. Entered at the postoffice at Colfax as second class matter. 80B8CRIPTION RATEB. Six Months, postage paid One Dollar One Year, postage paid. Two Dollars Twenty-five per cent discount for advance payment. O. H. & N. Time Card. To Portland 7:10 p m. To Spokane 5:45 a.m. :t:O2 p.m. To Pr-ndleton 10:45 am 7:10 p.m. From Moscow 'J:00 a.m. 2:^o pm. To Moscow (.»:»0 a.m. 7:40 p.m. Attorney General Stratton has given out an opinion that the law providing for the exemption of personal property to the amount of $.'{<)<) for each head of a family liable to BMMMMDt and tax ation does not affect the assessment this year. In other words there is no $.'IOOO exemption, the law, which was passed at the last session of the legisla ture, not having had an emergency clause. The United States government has sent to Hawaii Jared Smith, who has been in charge of the offices of seed and plant, introduction in the department of agriculture....

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 29 March 1901

NEARBY NEIGHBORS »»s From Couuty Towns, Farms and Baftfes Brieflj Narrated. M l l Kl.i; SIDING. Beautiful spring weather, with warm Hiinny days, such as only the Meeker locality <•»" have. Fanners are almost through seeding and wheat is coming up; gardens are being put in; fruit trees are budding; prnHH is in abundance, and stock fatten ing very hint. The favorite pastime for the boys in the neighborhood now seems to be breaking young horses to work. Mr ItcCtintock broke a fine span of range bones lust week, a good pair of drivers. The Martin brothers also broke a young team. Mr. Martin has finished seeding his spring whejit. He has 80 acres of fall wheat that ss as fine a prospect as ever wen at thin time of season. John McClintoek of near Mockonema, was home visiting hie parents near Meeker last week. P. R. Lair and family of near Colfax, visited at Meeker last week with his sinter, Mrs. J. A. (armin. He also went down near Hooper to visit his eon-in law, Mr. K<iss. Mr. Lair...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 29 March 1901

r> American Lady Corsets MILLINERY OPENINGI SHOES #\ v«« win need FRIDAY AND SATURDAY We '*•• i"* "^^ • >»"«*»> *» J a new straight of La ,, ies . Kine ghoeg J: V front corset or We will place on sale one of the largest lines of Pattern, Street, « girdle with and Sailor Hats ever shown in Colfax, and agree to save you at ffi^i'" $2.50 tO $3.00 j yOUI . Bew least 25 per cent on all your purchases. Nice French Kid, »5.50 ,„ m NaY/ spring: suit. *rv*i* r\ > turn i <" shoes, widths Ato EE ibu.uU ,li/ nun MitDiuTrr I i ml i i & #* A inc. rLAWu /3f, -We have thorn OUR GUARANTEE: |^ J^F_- ■ % TO Fine Fremh P»*en* Leather, (tj. m p/l/onMof in all the lateßt Money ]>a('k if 00(ls O |/iV^ V_-^ V^AJV^ SAVE MONEY * 'ff^^mn^' novelties- are llGl satisfactory- V /^r^KMySTia^ Colfe^Wash U wi" W y°U I<M'k °ver °urßll<M! *THE* ATTRACTIVE HOME ♦.•—.!.—•.!.•—.».—•. I. ••■■-!. -—.I.—-. I. •—.1.-—.* ***** • • • First I am going to talk about the parlor. It has grown fashionab...

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

THE COLFAX GAZETTE. TWKNTY-ForRTH YEAR. FREE! FREE! Our NEW and HANDSOMELY ILLUSTRATED SPUING and SUMMER CATALOGUE Is now READY. In case you don't receive one a postal mailed to us will get you one FREE Of Charge. Address, THE FAIR THE PLACE SAYE TMONEY (jOl 'ilX ' WasllUlgtOll. Canutt & Carter Implement Co. have got a John F. Comer on the Implement business and have just received the Best Line of Implements Th.© New Deal Gangs, Sulkies and "Walking Plows The Buckeye Drills and Seeders, The Zig Zag HarrOWS, and an excellent line of Wilson & Moline Buggy Co's Buggies and Hacks, &£T* Our Wagons will be in next week. Yours for good goods, fair treatment and business. .* Remembrance 'n ar^'c'ea °' utility Hnd personal adorn- - %X~>^fc^»-^ ment, in sterling silver ami solid gold. ;^^%^^P^V^ As e^her Kaster offering, wedding tfiftH (^ rwg^ i*%gij!|pp[^<^^ or anniversary friftH, we are Hhowing a pro- fusion of pxquisite and artistic designs in ..,.,.,„ , Toilet Articles, ...

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