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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 5 April 1901

S BE THROIIIiH IN MAI President Will Pass Colfax On His Western Tour. It is Feared, However, That His Arrival Here Will He Far in the Night. While the tour of President McKinley and his cabinet through the went has not been definitely arranged, it is now almoHt certain that the presidential party will pans through Colfax from Walla Walla to Spokane. At jiiHt what hour or the exact date cannot now be said, but it in probable that it will be Saturday, May 2~>. It is feared, how ever, that hiH train will pass here in the nisrht at no late an hour that the people will be unable to nee him. The only hope, if the schedule which it in now thought will prevail, is that a few min uteß at leant must he taken for water, and the president might be prevailed up on to appear. It in announced that the chief execu tive of the nation does not desire the people to organize receptionß for him, nor does he want to make the long tour a continual speechmaking. Bis desire is to see the country and take...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 5 April 1901

COST OF SMALLPOX One (hsp Kan Ip Bills of o?er Four II tiiMlrcil hollars. N«-w Waior Superintendent and New Street OoaaailaaloaMr Klected By the Council. The Roos case of smallpox cost tin city a pretty penny, but the money seems not to have been ill spent, a* no further cases have developed. The dis ease spetns to have been stamped out. Mr. Roos was discharged Wednesday. It wan necessary to build an emergency [test house, and thia accounts fora large part of the bill. At Monday evening's meeting of the council, attended by all the members, claims to the amount of $268 98 were audited and allowed. To this must be added $12.1 for nurse ser vices and $20estimated for incidentals, not yet passed upon. This makes a total of $413 98. The total of all bills allowed at the meeting was $949.95. Numbering Ordinance. The proposed ordinance for the num bering ot houses in the city whh present ed by City Attorney Warner and passed the second rending without opposition. It in now in shape to be ...

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. — 5 April 1901

4 COLFAX GAZETTE IVAN CHASE, PUBLISHER. Established, 1877. Entered at the postofflce at Coif ax m second class matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Six Months, postage paid One Dollar One Year, postage paid Two Dollars Twenty-five per cent discount for advance payment. O. U. & N. Time Card. To Portland 7:10 p.m. To Spokane 6:05 a.m. :i:O2 p.m. To Pmdleton l»:*>0 a m 7.10 pm. From Moscow !<:(*> a.m. 2:*o pm. To Moscow 9:30 a.m. 7:40 p.m. Eastern Washington has earned much of a reputation on wheat, grasses and apples exhibited at the Paris exposition. The people here believe they can grow the best in the world that comes out of the ground, and they are always willing to go on exhibition. While there have been many conjec tures as to the fate of Aguinaldo since he fell unwillingly into the hands of the American army, it has been a long time since even the veriest traitor suffered anything like a death penalty. Some people presume on this historical fact, too. The new school law pro...

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. — 5 April 1901

35 Tis si B^^icant that in homes of wealth where |pf I the very best is demanded, Ivory Soap is <f|p , used in the nursery. At the same time, in 3*?*! hundreds of families where economy decides the choice, Ivory Soap is selected. Thus its purity attracts the rich; its economy attracts the poor. High quality and low cost: is there any better combination? WITH THE CORRESPONDENTS An Epitome of News, Views and Community Notes Gathered from Many Sources. AL.BION. Thomas Lawson returned Saturday night from his winter'H stay in Colorado, much improved in health. N. C. Bissell is home from Louisville, Kentucky. Ladies of the Christian church will give their annual Easter supper in the new hall Saturday night. There were baptismal exercises at the river, here in town, Sunday, under the jurisdiction of the I. B. church. The W. C. T. T. met April 4, with Mrs. S S. Roberts It whs a general meeting. The recent M. E. social netted the so ciety $i:i. Mrs. .lohn O'KeHy is recovering from a sever...

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. — 5 April 1901

6 Ml) ROADS REMEDY. HOW TO SECURE IMPROVEMENT ECONOMICALLY. S«tar|(eation Thai Country MlKhwayi Be Divided Into Section*—An At tendant to llaic Constant CtaaxKC of K&rh Division. [From Harper's Weekly. Copyright, 1900. B} Harper & Brothers.] Farmers object, and with justice, tc •tone roads costing upward of $o,(XX per mile. The farmers of nearly everj hlate In the Union oppose state aid be cause of the fear they have that the ex travagance of expensive stone road en Kineers, who build well and then faii to maintain, may be saddled upoD them. On the other hand, the idea of a constant attendant appeals to the farm ers as a rational method of evolution toward a better system of roads at the same time that it trains experts to cart for them. In order to secure satisfactory and economical Improvement of our coun try roads, therefore, the writer, Daniel R Lnten, In Harper's Weekly, would advocate a system by which the roads should be divided into sections of from 10 to 20 miles in...

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. — 12 April 1901

THE COLFAX GAZETTE. TWENTY-FOntTH YBAR. AARON KUHN'S Colfax's Leading Dry Goods Store Shoppers intending to purchase wash goods for a dress or shirt waist will find this a most op portune time, as our stock is new and fresh, and comprises all the new summer fabrics in all the new effects and colorings. Note a few of our prices below. 27 inch Scotch Lawn comes in stripes and fig nren, all pood colors, just thti thing for a houHi- drcHM or wrapper; a larue asnortment ol colorings to select from. While X _ they last, per yard tJC/ 27-inch Mercerized Silk Zephyr, a new substi tute for mile, permanent color, washing nor wear does not change finish, a very pretty fabric for summer shirt waists, a large range of patterns to choose from. £y p? J'nce, J>er yard &IJkj .r>o pieces Wanh Silk, no two pattern? Mike, comes in heavy cord and stripes, nothing prettier for Hummer shirt waists and chil dn-n's dresHen, washes like niuslin. ru^W^ Your choice of these, per yard fJ\Jvj AARON KUH...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 12 April 1901

2 NAMED FOR PLACES Republican County Committee Endorned a Few Candidates. Postmasters at Several Towns Were Recommended and the I. ami Office Not Forgotten. In accordance with resolutions panged at a January meeting, the Whitman county republican central committee met Monday afternoon in the jury room at the court house. Thirty-five of the 58 precinctH were represented, with but a few proxies. The matter of federal appointmentß was the chief feature of diatoaaion. Ivan Chase wa« unanimously endorsed for register of the Walla Walla land office, haviug no opposition. Captain James Ewart received the same sanction to succeed himself aH poßtmaafeer at Colfax. Others endorHed by the committee for postmastersbips were K. I. Allen, Pull man; Ferdinand Davis, Oakesdale; (ieo. N. Lamphere, PaJoase; T. H. Logsdon, Endicott; Mrs. (ireer, Johnson; W. A. Struppler, I'nioutown; VV. W. Kenfro, Cotton; L. H. Buff.Hay; Chaa. H. Bruihl, Winona. There wan no oppoHition before the committee to the reap...

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. — 12 April 1901

Dili STRIKE ON SAKTA Coarse Uold Under But Three to Five Feet of Dirt. With Imperfect Cleanup $3OH Was Taken From a IMt Forty by Fifteen Feet. A promising placer gold strike has been made three miles above the mouth of a dry gulch leading from the south side into Santa creek, a tributary of the St. Maries river, Idaho. The discoverers were three Tyson brothers of Farming ton. They packed in lumber for two lengths of sluice boxes and remained thirty days. The weather was bad a great deal of the time and full time was not put in. A pit about forty feet long and 15 feet wide whh ground sluiced off, with bedrock from three to five feet deep. Absolutely reliable authority is that $'«>H came from this, though the clean up was made with two inches of water running over the bedrock, making any thing like thoroughness impossible. The gold is coarse, the largest nugget weigh ing |3.25. The discovery is but one day's ride from either Farmington or Tekoa.'and is almost directly east-from Far...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 12 April 1901

4 COLFAX GAZETTE IVAN CHASE, PUBLISHER. Established, 1877. Eutered at the postoffice at Colfax as second class matter. 80B8CRIPTION RATES. 81x Month*, postage paid Oue Dollar One Year, postage paid Two Dollars Twenty-flve per cent dispount for advance payment. O. EL & N. Time Card. To Portland 7:10 p.m. To Spokane 6:0o a.m. ."<:O2 p.m. To P.ndleton 10:"* am. 7:10 p. m. From Moscow 9:00 a.m. 2: r0 p.m. To Moscow 9:30 a.m. 7:40 p.m. Agninaldn Is Learning. It was a significant remark which Ag uinaldo made to Chief Justice Arellano, when the latter was explaining to him what the Americans had done for the Philippines and what they proposed do ing: "I never believed the American** would be so fair and liberal." This in the key, so the Post-Intelligencer thinks, to the long-continued and hope less struggle which Aguiualdo aud bin followers have kept up against American authority, since it became apparent to them that his dream of being a perpet ual dictator was over. It is apparent...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 12 April 1901

r THE PROCTER A GAMBLE CO. CINCINNATI WHITE LOGIC. f^^lT^ F^ RREST was on^e drilling a stupid "super." In despair Forrest exclaimed: |j||^ "Can't you say it as I do?" "No," said »===J the man; "if I could, would I be working for $5.00 a week?" If you asked a cheap yellow soap to do the work of Ivory Soap the reply might well be: "If I could, would I sell for half as much ?", Ivory Soap, being pure, costs money, but not more than a pure soap has to cost. WITH THE CORRESPONDENTS An Epitome of Views and Community Xotes Gathered from Many Sources. MEKKKU SIDING. The signs are that after Raster 'the weather is to be pleasant. Early planted garden* are coming up, and a general effort jh now being made by the citizens toward denning up the trash accumulated in their yards during the winter months. Orchards are being pruned and culti rated and every indication of happiness, prosperity and a systematic form of im provement in going on all over the neighborhood. Elian Molee's car of homeseeke...

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. — 12 April 1901

6 Agents for NEW HOME fI ' T T I | '/ yT | w I Agent for McCall ttazaar Sewing Machines. J^ X A ■ X J[\. X xSI PATTERNS. f Swell Shirt Waists. J^ Misses' Dresses. © 4| LADIES' |§ We have just received another SfISL, We can sell you a child's dress for V) r^ T\ll (I I? \I 11l V /^fv large shipment of summer dress 7fo \ l ess money than the material alone " \ F^fl , A |/\ waists the grandest collection of would cost. Come in and see them, fiul SUITS. Pitt Ladies' ready-to-wear waists ever -.JJ^ p rices frQm 39( , $4tsO< f shown in Colfax. The most ap- 1 We have a nice hne in all 1 OUR PMARAUTrC' MONEY BACK IF COODS M 1,,, , i> r I l\V\ proved models of the best known UUri UUMnMII I 11. are not satisfactory /Jit 4 the latest styles, fnces from IT\V waist makers—swell, effective crea- w4 50 (<> Sl!*.,>(). tV^ tions all exclusive here. Prices J/% J^\ /^"^v 1 fB T range from 25c to S4 50 /^ VilA-/ \jj) XaAJV^ WilSll DfCSS GCHHIS. WAISTS. v,^^^SE^B^^j^feT?RrT||^^ We are show...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 19 April 1901

THE COLFAX GAZETTE. T.VKNTY-FOrKTH TEAR. JULIUS LIPPITT Something for Nothing! We can't give it to you, but we guarantee you values from 10 to 25 per cent cheaper than any other house in the city. Right flow ?«Summary of this Week's News Is Splendid values in all departments from 10 to 25 per cent cheaper for the same goods than other stores ask you. Here are just a few of our bar gains, taken at random from many, as to list them all it would take this entire newspaper. PURITAN DIMITIES 2*** l Intent printing; all new and choice, in both light and dark effects. Lipnitt's price, per yard 1 U^C MERCERIZED A" npw >in the PUAMDDKV nhadeH. These goodn OnnmDKAY lire absolutely fant color ft ml will stand lautiderinn without lowing their silky fininh. Lippitt's price, per yard .' 33% C EXTRA SPECIAL IN These koo,lh STRIPED DIMITIES X^"!o7^ to %2.) cents per yard. Lippitt'fl price, per yard !()<•, YAMACATA SILK newVhiHHpVTni and jh jijHt the thin^ for a waiht or dre^n. Sold everywhere...

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. — 19 April 1901

s SAWS ARE 81NG1NGI Catting 40,000 Feet of Lumber Daily At Codd'H Mill. Valuable Improvements Have Been Made in the Equipment and All Huns Smoothly. Wm. Codd's mammoth sawmill is run ning on full time and cutting about 40, --000 feet of first-class lumber daily Twenty-five men are employed, anil this number will be doubled at* noon an Bufficient stock jh accumulated in the yardH to justify starting the planing mill and bit; sash and door and box factories. The yard wan cleared before the big drive of 4,000,000 feet could be gotten in the boom and the hhwh start cd. The lumber demand in good, and builderH are hauling it by tht wagon loads fresh from the saw, ho unwilling are they to wait. The first few days run of the mill was largely upon ad vanc; orders, and little headway was made toward stocking up the yard. Over fGOOO worth of improvements were put in the mill before the opening of the sawing season. While it was the leading and best equipped plant of its kind in Eastern Washing...

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. — 19 April 1901

1 NEW ROAD LAW Operative Only Upon Adoption By Vote in Counties. Provide* For a System of Collec tion of Pun and Property Taxes in Cash. Following i 8 a synopsis of the new road l.iw, which passed both senate and house without amendment. It wan drawn by Frank Fierce, briefer to the senate and house, and at the request of the joint committee: The title provides "for the levy col lection and manner of payment of road poll and property taxes, the manner of expenditure thereof, for elections to adopt the system provided, and to re peal nil inconsistent laws." Every male resident or Bojourner with in the statf for six months, between 21 and 50yeara, outside incorporate cities and towns, unless by law exempt, shall annually pay a road poll tax of $2, in money, without any exemption, on the nrsi day of March, or, in case of a so journer, at the end of his six month*.' sojourn. All poll taxes shull be paid into the district fuuds. / The county assessors (Wall make separate lints of all pers...

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. — 19 April 1901

4 COLFAX GAZETTE IVAN CHASE, PUBLISHER. Established, 1877. Entered at the postoffice at Colfax as second cla«i matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATEH. Six Months, postage paid One Dollar One Year, postage paid Two Dollars Twenty-five per cent discount for advance payment. O. 11. & N. Time Card. To Portland 7:10 p.m. To Spokane 6:05 a.m. :<:O2 p.m. To lVndleton 10:50 am. 7.10 p.m. From Moscow 9:00 a.m. 2:^o p.m. To Moscow 9:30 a.m. 7:40 p.m. Tennessee is getting ready for the dis franchipement of the colored man and to join the galaxy of states that are do ing business without the consent of the governed. A special session of the Nebraska legislature is proposed for the purpose of passing some necessary laws, and in cidentally to start another senatorial disturbance. The city of Spokane will hold a muni cipal election May 7, with complete re publican and democratic tickets in op position. At this early date a cam paign as warm as is usually brought on by a presidential election seems cert...

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. — 19 April 1901

FATAL ECONOMY. HP IVERY old maxim declares that it isn't econ glpg/ omy to pick up pins; the time is worth more lllp^ than the pins. Similarly it is not true econ '^■^» omy to do without Ivory Soap; your health requires the daily removal of the bodily excretions which are discharged through the pores of the skin. These tiny mouths must be kept open, and they should be opened only with a pure soap. IVORY SOAP-99«>iS, PER CENT. PURE. THE LETTER WRITERS Some Things Other People are Doing and *Saying. DUSTY. A stock company was recently organ ized here for the purpose of erecting a telephone line from here to Endieott, to connect with the long distance line at that place. Shares have been sold to the amount of $300, which makes uh sure of the line. At the last meeting, which was held Monday, officers were elected an follows for a term of one year: H. I. Allen, president; H Fisher, vice president; .1. 8. Horrette, secretary and manager; J. T. Allen, treasurer. A con stitution and by-l...

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. — 19 April 1901

6 BUSINESS OF (JOlf IT What the Commissioners Did at the Last Session. Paid the Bills, Looked After Roads and Bridges and Counted Money in Treasury. The Wnrtzer Inquest. Juror and witness* fees of $2.20 each were allowed the following named on ac count of the Wurtzer children inquest: Henry Hagerman, Fred Hanna, F. Schwenne, H. Broeuke, Fred Broenke, Barney Jacobs, Geo Hardacher, L. Kleiwt, Jos. Oswald, Jno. Wells, M. Gross, Frank Hattrup, Jacob Kenzer. General Claims Allowed. The following general claims were ex amined and allowed: Pac States Tel &, Tel Co, rental and service supt schools $ 320 Brainwell Bros sup for supt schools. 50 00 J E Butf, sup furnished smallpox camp at Canyon 3 55 Allen Bros, publishing tax notice for treas H 00 Dr J N Pocock mcd attendance small pox patient at Canyon 40 00 S C Roberts, exp su^t schools 41 70 C G Raby, exp auditors office 20 39 W J Windus, exp treasurer's office 1 70 M H Sargent, sup for auditor's office . 20 00 City of Colfax, water Re...

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. — 26 April 1901

THE COLFAX GAZETTE TWENTY-FOURTB YEAR. THE FAIR THeT° LAOE X. 11 1j JLiIULI save money Is still in the lead with low prices, as we al ways have been. Is it not an admitted fact that prices are lower and values better since we started in business? -^ -^ -^. COMPARE OUR PRIDES WITH OTHERS S5 yards Calico (wp have only ten piece* l**ft) for $l 00 30 yards Scotch or [risk Lawns, large assortment of patterns, for... 100 .'{<» yardf Crash Toweling for 100 25 yards Apron Check Gingham for 1 00 ii* yards Light or Dark Outing for 1 00 We have the largest line of WASH DRESS GOODS in Coifax. Come in and see the full line or send for samples. WA ST XT T ,T£fs For Shirt WaistH- Comes in stripes, cords, Tt OX.LJ.IYO checks, etc. Others show them as QD rt a great bargain for 50 cent*. Our price per yard 00l DHIYA SIT/If ai-ioeh China Sflk, aU colors. Sol,] by U1 iin others lor 33 cents. Our price, per nj* yard ZdU iSTIIV KOIVIVTrT^I SllD Bonnets, made from Hen [eland O«J 11 AJV^ll lirilO percal...

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. — 26 April 1901

s THE SHAWM! CASES Argument as to the Legality of Trying Clifford Again. Judge Miller Reserves His Decision as to Taking Him From the Penitentiary. The DeFranee and Clifford wheat lar ceny cases have occupied about all the attention of the Superior court thin we<k, with Judge C. F. Miller of Colum bia, (larh'eld and Asotin counties on the bench. Mr. DeFrance appeared and tiled a statutory demurrer to the information in which he is jointly charged with Win. Clifford of the larceny from the Shuwnee warehouse of 000,000 pounds of wheat and $000 grain bags. After much argu ment and consideration by the court, Judge Miller ThurHday morning over ruled the demurrer and DeFrance's trial wan net down for May 28. Taken From the Pen. A strong fight has been made in be half of Wm. Clifford, who whh taken re cently from the Walla Walla penitentiary and brought to Colfax to be tried on the charge with DeFrance. Clifford is serv ing a sentence of three years on a con viction of larceny of three...

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. — 26 April 1901

(1001) SOLDIER BOYS Thurtj-flrth KpcriniPnt Made a Splendid Koeord. All the Colfax Hoy* Were Members ot This Hiking and Fighting Aggregation. Became tbe Thirty fifth voluteer In fantry, just landed at Bao Francisco after ne.-irly two yean of hard service in the mountains of Northern Luzon wan recruited principally from tbe went coast DOJ« of Washington and Oregon every I a.-.fie coast citiwn in proud of them Oolfai has tbe proud distinction ofcon tniwttn* 29 brave boys to that regi ment. Some will never come home bat most of them are at the Presidio, wait ing for their master out. So fine a body of troops are they, however that it is said they may he held bh a guard of honor to President Mi-Kinky and cabi n;'t .m the approaching visit to San Prnamco and the Pacific coast. l*repartn K for Home. The Manila Tinea of March 13 said -1 be last few events preparatory to the returning home and muster out* of the Thirty-fifth infantry are now being con summated at Camp Wallace. The be ginnin...

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