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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 16 February 1900

PROTECT THE FRUIT County Horticultural Associa tion a Valuable Factor. Without it Cireat Damage to Orch ards Would Have Resulted From Infested Nursery Stock. Below will i c found the call for the annual meeting <>f the Whitman County Horticultural Society. The society ia lew than ft year oh]. Fortunately it organized, and, under the law, procured the appoinment of a fruit inspector just in time to prevent the dis tribution of large invoices of badly in fested nuraerj stock shipped into the county by eastern nurseries. For two weeks [nspector Harrison was kept moving, \urm- boxen of thin worthless Mini dangerous stock being found at nearly every railroad station in the county. The society, through the press, at once Bent out a warning and counties north of Spokane were able to stop the dis tribution; one entire car load being con demned at one point. One nursery had, they claim, $5,000 north of these worth less trees either destroyed or condemned in Eastern Washington. Solicito...

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. — 16 February 1900

4 COLFAX GAZETTE! IVAN CHASE, PUBLISHER. Established, 1877. Entered at the postoffice at Colfax as second clans matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. SI x Month*, postaKO paid One Dollar One fear, postage paid Two Dollars Twenty-five per cent discount for advance payment. COUNTY OFFICIAL NKWSPAPKIt 1 OCT «X If this or some prior date appears on your address tag, you are thereby no titied that you owe a year's subscrip tion, or more, depending upon the date of expiration, which the figures on the tag represent, and a payment is desired and expected by the publisher. The republican party is a fuser of peo pie—not of parties. The iniul winter in the Palouee has not helped trade in the heavier lines of clothing and dry goods. Both of Bryan's nnning mates in L 896 are opposed to him this year. Bewail objects to his unti expansion talk, nnd Tom Watson has no use for him in any respect. When James .1, Hill puts on bis much talked of steamer service to China and Japan, it is probable that the Norther...

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. — 16 February 1900

iVHAT NEIGHBORS DO Letters Full of Interesting News Notes From Many Country Points. CLEAIt CREEK Snow, cold and damp— "raw" is a good term for the weather just now Skating parties at Lake View has been nn interesting outdoor sport, the oast two weeks or more. One of the social events of the season was the party given at tne {arm ._ denceol Mr. and Mrs. John Saylorlast i-nday evening. Clear Creek's repre sentative people were present and the evening was spent playing pedro, with music and dancing. »»»•*■ Miss Nannie Coryelle is in Colfax a few weeks, stopping at the home of her aunt, Mrs. Mollie Lefrancis Miss Luenberger of Corvallis, Oregon is v guest of Miss Elsie McDonald. It is expected Miss Luenberger will teach the JP£°g ten" of school in the Skeen dis- t harlie Coryelle was called to Colfax laflt week to take charge ol his brother -111 law s-Pleaa Lefrancis-business while be ik absent in Oregon. Andrew Hill ol Oregon, who is here "citing his brother*, George and Dick Hill, has...

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

6 NEW MEXICAN RICHES SOME OF THE RESOURCES OF THE AMBITIOUS TERRITORY. Rnatorn CapitaliMt* Who Ilnve Made Snbatnntlnl Investments — Sngar Beeta a Promising ImliiNtry—Min lim and Stock lliii>in«. [Special Correspondence.] Ai-iuqukuquk, N. M., Jan. 27.—1t is probable that a determined effort will be made in the near future to induce congress to grant to the territory of New Mexico the privileges and rights of statehood. Since no part of the country is so little understood as the Kouthwfsi. the attention of the public is likely to be drawn to this section. Neither Arizona nor New Mexico has ever experienced a boom, yet their growth has been gradual until it has readied healthy proportions. The population of New Mexico is a little over 200,000. There are alao I.V UOO Indians. The assessed valuation for taxation is placed at $40,000,000, while the amount of deposits in the different banks of the territory aggre gates $5,000,000. The sum of $1,500,000 is invested in public buildings. T...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 23 February 1900

THE COLFAX GAZETTE. OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. GHAND CLEARANCE SALE. Remnants and Odds and Ends! I have just completed my annual inventory and am now ready to clean house. Remnants of Dross Goods and Staple Dry Goods at from 25 to 50 per cent of their value. Odds and ends in Clothing, Boots and Shoes at a discount of from 25 to 50 per cent. Ladies' Jackets and Tailor Suits —all going at a discount. All departments must be cleaned up before our new Spring Stock arrives. JULIUS LIPPITT, Pioneer Merchant. Colfax, Washington We are Headquarters for GARDEN, GRASS AND FIELD Poultry Supplies. Wholesale and Retail. . , „ Write for Prices. UrOCeneS and Feed. Poultry and Produce Wanted. C. H. MOORE, IMmnp Main :t-l. Free Delivery. Colfax, Washington. Walk-Over Shoe FOII MEN". In all colors and styles. Best shoe on earth for THE DUFFY SHOE CO. Coliax, Washington. Lands for ..Sale.. To Property Owners I have positive information that the population of Eastern Washington will increase several thousa...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 23 February 1900

2 A BIG WHEAT STEAL Farmers' Warehouse at Sliawnee Meets a Heavy Loss. Claim that Over KOOO Sacks Has Been Secretly Shipped—Agent ( lifinn! is Under Arrest. The directors of the Shawnee Warehouse Company, a corporation, of which about 75 per cent of the stock is held by farmers and IS per cent by Aaron Kulm of Colfax, claim a steal of about 18.0 CD bushels of grain has been made from the boaw, which is situated at the mouth of Four Mile. W. H. Clifford, who is one of the directors and had been agent in charge for the past two years, is in jail on a charge of larceny of the grain by embezzle ment. While the prosecution claims to have conclusive evidence as to where the gtin went, who bought it and Clifford's connect )n with its sale, the details are withheld by the prosecutor's office from publication, for the reason that Clifford, when brought to prelimi nary hearing, waived examination, and it was not defirtd to acquaint the defense with all known by the prosecution. Kight Thousand...

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

TALKONSUGARBEETS Practical Way to Cultivate Them With Success. Mr. Corbin Says He Will Furnish Herd and Wait for Hlh Pay. Some of the people about Colfax ure taking an interest in the culture of sugar beets, for (iisposal to the factory at Waverly. Where they an- property cul tivated and are tributary to the b. It. «fc N. railroad, there smmijs good reason to believe that beets can he made a profitable crop. The haul from Colfax to the factory would be about 50 miles. Walla Walla farmers are contracting to grow beets for the factory at La Grande, Oregon, where the shipment wiil be double the distance. How to Grow Herts The following letter was received by J. W. Janoey from D. C. Corbia, president of the Washington atate sugar factory at Waverly: "Answering your letter of the 3d inst. I will pay, f. o. b. cars at Colfax, for this season m crop of beets $4 per ton for beets showing 12 per cent sugar, and 25 cents for each additional per cent. The general average of all beets delivered...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 23 February 1900

4 COLFAX UAZETTE IVAN CHASE, PUBLISHER. Established, 1877. Entered at the poatoffice at Colfax as second class matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Six Months, postage paid One Dollar One Year, postage paid .Two Dollars Twenty-five per cent discount for advam-e payment. COUNTY OFFICIAL NKWSPAPKK 1 OCT OH If thin or some prior date appears on your address tag, you are thereby no tified that you owe a year's subscrip tion, or more, depending upon the date of expiration, which the figures on the tag represent, find a payment ie desired and expected by the publisher. The decrease in the business of the employment bureaus throughout the country in another very healthy sign. The news of General French's entry in to Kimberley, where the diamond mines of South Africa are, wan received with loin] acclaim in London, and well it might. I rather looks as though the demo cratic national convention when it meets thin year will have the honor of endorsing the populist candidate for the presidency. There ar...

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

WHAT NEIGHBORS 1)0 Loiters Full of luteresting.Nens Notes From Many Country Foluts. I'ENAWAWA. The Washingtonian Literary society, which meets every Saturday night is be coming quite interesting. With a good program every meeting, a full house is assured. The music furnished by Smith Bras., R. L. Fincher and Liun Gennett, was much appreciated by all. It was reaolred to hold no more meetings un til March 2, tb^jlast day of school, and to have a basket supper. Everybody invited and bring your baskets full. The high wind blew down Mrs. Kate Hnmphrey's barn. Mr. Need, who has been here most all winter for his health, has gone to Colfax. J. 11. Lee and sons, F. \. and Donie Lee, passed through here with their cattle for ,J. W, Richards' corral to de horn them. Mr. Hair aud family of Starbuck have arrived here and moved in Mrs. N. N. Cota'fl residence. Mr. and Mrs. John Majors visited rela tives and friends here one day last week. E. A. Holman of Dayton is up visiting Mr. and Mrs. (Jenett...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 23 February 1900

6 OURSOLOXS AT PLAY THE MERRY SIDE OF A NATIONAL LAWMAKER'S LIFE. Good Stories Told on Member* of t <.niir< ns — How IlroHiiiH I-'rnetnres in- SuKpoiKli'm— I.antliN Mlnlnkcn 1 !>:• n l>i:i moiiil Itolilicr. [Special Correspondence] Washington, Jan. 22.—1t may be that (lie rest of the country is disposed to look upon Washing)on as a city that is always sedate, where the at mosphere is heavily burdened with the serious things of life ami. especially up around the capitol, where never a smile flits across the faces of the seri ous statesmen who are charged with the awful responsibility of shaping the destinies of 75,000,000 of human be ings. The general run of persons pic ture the average congressman as a studious looking, superior creature, in dark clothes, Including a long tailed coat and tall hat, whose expression is always heavy and whose feet only touch the ground in high places. There never was n greater error than this. o ITOX. J. P. DOLLIVER. It would be hard to fin...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 2 March 1900

THE COLFAX GAZETTE OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. *• GRAND OPENING OF .^ NEW SPEING STOCK! Twentieth Century Ideas. Values, not words, are our dependence, and this adv. tells of some wonderful bargains we offer you at bedrock prices and in return we ask that without skepticism or prejudice you We us the chance to demonstrate that all of our statements wOl boar the searchlight of truth. Goods Have Ad- in every department you will find valued—but pncf lower than we could buy „ ut a a > roods7 ere we forced to go into the markets and pay the prices ruling today. We Occupy a For- today with goods on hand and due tunate Position On cont*acts. We do not claim' . , . „ . any keener foresight than possess ed by our neighbors, but we know that we had the courage of our convictions. ° The Explanation quotations is that we are loyally Of Olir llllder-Value J narm& wi.tn our customers the . benefit which comes to us from long-standing contracts that are not as yet wholly filled. COTTON PIECE GOO...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 2 March 1900

•J CONVENTION CALLED Meets at Colfax, Thursday, March 22, at '.J p. in. li im:ii ii-s Will lip Held Saturday, March 10-A Call to lle pnblicans. The business meeting of the republi can county central committee, held hint Saturday at the opera boQM wan well attended, übout one half the precincts being represented. Bartnony marked the entire proceedings, and a spirit "of enthusiasm among the eouimittetrnen mtM manifest. Chairman I'iekrell pre hided and Howard Brnmwell acted hh secretary. The business ou hand was to fix dates for primaries and a county convention to elect 2:J delegates to the state convention to be held at KllnnH burg April .">, which will in turn elect delegates t(» the rational convention. The date set for primaries iv the various precincts was Saturday, March 10. Polls are to be open in country precincts from 2 to 1 o'clock, and in cities from 1 to 7p. m. The county convention is to meet Thursday, March 22, at 2 p. m. at Colfax. On motion of S. S. King the precinc...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 2 March 1900

ASSESSORS AT WORK Field Deputies Began Their Labors Thursday Morning. Lo«C l'is« of Instructions Given to Control Their Action in All Cases. The field deputy assessors of Whitman county met nt th»« asnessor's office the last day in February to receive final in struction* from the office an to their duties in making the 1900 assessment, which the majority of them began work upon Thursday, March l. All will be at work in their respective territories by Monday morning. They are to asscos real estate this year, for the first time since WtT. The convention of the county aoocss ore of the state, held last week at El lensburg, decided to assess all property at a fair cash value. Thin will mine valuations to some extent, but it will be done equitably and will work no hard ship, as the valuations will be uniform in each county and each will thun pay a just proportion of state tax. If valu ations are greater than in pi>st years the only result will be to lower the levy —not to rni^e the am...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 2 March 1900

4 COLFAX GAZETTE IVAN CHASE, TUBUSHER. Established, 1877. Entered at the poetoffiee at Colfax as second class matter. BCBSCRIPTION RATES. Six Mouths, postage paid One Dollar One Year, postage paid Two Dollars Twenty-five per rent discount for advance payment. COUNTY OFFICIAL NKWSFAPEU 1 OCT »8 If this or some prior date appears on your address tag, you are thereby no tified that you owe a year's subscrip tion, or more, depending upon the date of expiration, which the figures on the tag represent, and a payment is desired and expected by the publisher. If anybody should happen to remark that Judge McDonald or any other pop ulist—even to Charlie Uosh, Ed. Wil loughby or Larkin, the janitor—is not a candidate for reelection, and that all the rest of them are not liviug off the judges' modtst sulary, tell them they sneak not the truth. "There are muuy democrats in this state whose tongues are tied by the un certainty as'to.what will be the i>-Hue of 1900," says the Skagit News-Herald...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 2 March 1900

WHAT NEIGHBORS DO Letters Full of luterpstiug.News Xotes From Many Country Points. THORNTON. Mr. Kimm, the father of Milo Kimm, and family arrived at Thornton last week from (edur Rapids, lowa. He has purchased a farm near Pine City, and contemplates making his future home here. We .ire sorry to lose from our midst Mr. IM. Holt, who left Friday for Aus tralia, where he expects to engage in business. W II llite, our genial station agent,re moved with his family to Peudleton Oregon, where Mr. Bite has accepted a position as station agent with the 0. It N. Co. We wish him success. Thornton is still booming. The ma terial for a new section house is being brouhht to the ground, and the building will soon be ready for occupancy. The new blacksmith shop is nearly complet ed. A number of people are only wait ing for warmer weather before commenc ing to build dwelling houses. i'he breaking up of the ice in Thorn creek during the recent sudden thaw took out a pier from under the railroad brid...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 2 March 1900

6 WINDS PUT TO WORK FARMERS OF THE PRAIRIES FIND A WAY TO GET CHEAP LABOR. Sneeeaafal Methotln of Individual Ir rigation Where (irent Schemes I'jtil to Materialize—Jlllllllo Wiml mill- mill How They «.<>. [Special Corn impendence.] Aihi.enk, Kan., Jan. 23.— With the general failure of the large irrigation experiments and speculations on the plains there has come about an interest iv a novel and practical method of In dividual irrigation that is transform ing many a claim and farm into a pro ductive property. All over the valleys of the Dakotas, Nebraska and Kansas are scattered windmills that are utiliz ing the force of the sweeping gales of the prairie in a marvelous manner. It Is notable that the mills are for the most part homemade and are built by the thrifty and progressive farmers, ranchmen and market gardeners. Their average cost is but $4 or $5, but they pump day and night, raising water enough for the pressing needs of the farm, and have been so successful that thousa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 9 March 1900

THE^COLFAX GAZETTE. OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. The story Has Spread Like Wild Fire! Every Mun, Woman nnd Child in Colfax, in the suburbs, in the country, everywhere, everybody is talking about The New Line of Spring Goods at Aaron Kuhn's Nt»\v Spring Waists New Arrivals! (lever, captivating; from original models by Docet, Worth, and other world renowned fashion moulders —Waists of every conceivable color, disign Miid make, with fancy fronts, tucked and pleated backs, Wilrf&e iv damt J colors, it 1 OKI >, _(- on ] ( , ( i Waists— Hetiint itchul Waists —Tucked Waists — in nliort the choicest assortment ever brought to Colfax—at price*-1 lower than the lowest. Remem- V". YVJroc ber thai there are <' I OKI'S iii the up-to-date Waists for the Spring and Summer of 1900. Every one <>f <»ur Waista j^imrantei'd. New Goods in Every Department. Come nit- for yourselves; we arc only too glad to show the new and up-to-date for 1900. To DM the expressions of our customers, they are...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 9 March 1900

2 CAMPAIGN DOCUMENT Commissioner II inch I ill' Plays to the (ialleries. Thinks it About Time to Once More Raise a HypiM i il i« .ilj( ry of Reform. Commissioner Hinchliff introduced a resolution before the board Wednesday which is purp and umpte a campaign document. It is a desperate attempt to revive the old hypocritical cry of the populists of retrenchment in county ex penses by charging the republicans with a lack of economy in public office by the iiHe of too many men to do the work. It calls for the deposition of the deputy prosecuting attorney, one deputy coun ty clerk, two clerks in tlie auditor's office, oik! riding deputy sheriff, the jailer and one bailiff, claiming that this would effect a Baring of $490 a month. Of course it would, if carried out, but it in a matter of womier that the chairman did not think of thru 1 things when his friends the populists were at the helm, lie never paid a word about reduction of the auditor's force when his pet Tobin carried l.'J people...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 9 March 1900

PRESIDENT SAYS SO Tlioro Cm Ho No Imperialism With ISoth Sides Opposed. People Happy Except Those Who Thrive Host in Hard Time* and in Good Ones Make Trouhle. New Y*ork,March .'! —At the fourteenth nonual dinner of the Ohio society I'reni deat Mrkinlcv said, in response to the toast, "The President," and amid tre mendous applause: "It has been some year* since I was lirvt your guest Much has happened in tbe meantime. We have had onr blew i;v's and our burdens and Mill have both. We will soon have legislative nn sorance •>f the. continuance of the gold standard, with which we measure our exchange, and we have the open door in the fur cant through which to market our products. No Alliances or Entanglements. "We are neither in alliance nor antag onism nor entanglements with any for eign power, 'nit mi terms of amity and cordiality with all. We luiy from all of them and hcII to all of them and our sales exceeded our purchases in the pant two years l-y over $ 1,000,000.000. Mar kets l...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 9 March 1900

4 COL FAX GAZETTE IVAN CHASE, PUBUSHKR. Established. 1877. Entered at the poatoffioe at Colfax as 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. COUNTY OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER 1 OCX OK If thin or some prior date appears on your address tug, you are thereby no tified that you owe a year's subscrip tion, or more, depending upon the date of expiration, which the figures on the tair represent, and a payment is desired and expected by the publisher. Ah Seattle did to fusion, ho will the Ht.'ite of Washington. No better argument can be made for the continuance of the republican party in power than the official figures showing the value of American manufactures sold to foreign countries in the month of De cember, lor the last three years—in IS'.)7, 123,000,000, in 1898, 128,000,000, and in 1899, |3G,000,000. One of the populist convention* will be held in Pettigrew'a n'ate, says ...

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