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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 4 October 1901

s coin sales pair liave (iem'ral Sat Mart ion To Thousands of VisitorH. Exhibits in All l.mo Were E\ rellent, Especially Cattle, Fruits and Grain. The Whitman County Sale Fair would have been a greater success than it, was, had not the equinoctial storms inter fered throughout about half the meeting. There wan also the handicap of au un finished harvest and at least two-thirds of the people of the county too busy saving the efOfM to think of any kind of a fair. The total receipts of the association were J2973.20, divided aH follows: (iate admissions, §1304.95; subscriptions col lected from citizens of Colfax, $1190; concessions, $281 50; entrance fees, fitxwn. The receipt* will probably about bal a nee the expense account, though the latter has not yet been made up suffi ciently Ul determine accurately. Thurr-day, Friday and Saturday, the closing days, were good ones and the at tendance fair. The races, entertain ments and balloon ascensions were above the average and thoroughly en ...

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. — 4 October 1901

CROWN OP HEAD (.01 Horriblo Suicide of "Jimmy" Horak on Sprinir Klat. I'ik m Shotgun in IliH Mouth and S« Hit<r.«l HiH Head All Over a Room. Oaeoftbe Boat shocking single sui cide^ of tin' Palomie country wan that of WeiiMeil, commonly known as "Jimmy" Horak, a I»aiiikli widower of about 4S years, wba owned and lived alone upon a fine farm adjoining -I. B. and Glenni Jobnaon, nix uHra south of (olfax. In the little kitchen of hit* home, be placed thi' muzzle of h cornliiii/ii ion rifle ami ■hot mm in hi* mouth aim tiivd the shot nun barrel. The etitire erowo <<f bifl bead wan blown off, and his fill*.' tii th blown into tin- ceiling of the room. Braioa and nkull were scattered in b !i direction*. l»one a Week or More Before. Hornk lived alone on his farm. His wife died about L 3 jwirrt ng i, |cuviut> a daoghter at birth, who has for a num ber of years lived with the family of I. ('. Bmitd near I'ullmnn. It is now known that the nuicide took place an late hh Friday hint, ...

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. — 4 October 1901

4 COLFAX GAZETTE IVAN CHAHK, PI'BLIXHEK Kttablißhed, 1877. Knteifd at the postflffloe at col (ox as secoud claM matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATEB Six Month*. poKtaße paid One Dollar One Year, postage paid Two Dollars Twenty-flvv ( «-r <mi discount for ■IflBM payment. < -11111113 and City Official Paper. O. It. & N. Time Card. To Portland 7:10 p m. To Spokane 6:05 a.m. .5:02 p.m. ToP-ndleton 10:50 a ni. 7:10 p.m. From Moscow 9:00 a.m. 3:50 pm. To Moscow 9:30 a.m. 7:40 pin. rmonstuiK ioiial ltoad liaw. The road law passed by the last legis lature, while far from being all that is desirable was Badoabtedlj nn improve ment over preceding conditionß, and it is unfortunate, therefore, in some re spects that it should be eoriHidered un constitutional by the courts. The de fect of the present Htatute, according to .Judge Hell, iH that in providing that it Bhould go into effect only in counties wherein the people by vote decided to adopt the syßteui, the law abrogated the law-making power...

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. — 4 October 1901

T is significant that in homes of wealth where Jpg | the very best is demanded, Ivory Soap is <f|| I used in the nursery. At the same time, in ' I 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? COPrmtHT „«a .„ THt MOCTIMQ.IHU CO. C.NONNAT. THE UTTER WRITERS Some Things Other People are Doing and Saying. AliBlON. The foundation wall is being built for I. (I. Lawler'a new house. .lack Hull is home from his Bummer's mining trip. Grandma Kenoyer is recovering from n severe attack of typhoid fever. ignite a delegation from this place at tended the county fnir last week. Mrs. Addie McMahan and daughter, MihH Josie, had the surprise present of a new piano hint week. Mrs. Jennie Thompson and Mrs. Fan nic Stover spent last week in Pomeroy. Mrs. Thompson went as a delegate from thi* place to the state W. C. T. T T. con vention in sess...

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. — 4 October 1901

6 LAND OF TI'KMOILS. COLOMBIA'S PROGRESS RETARDED tV POLITICAL REVOLUTIONS. Abundant Mineral and \ .-ni-i:il»lw Heannrcei Which Ought tv Muke the Sunth American Ilepablie a Proaperoua and \\.-niili> Nation. [S|>o«ial Correspondence.] Hooota, Colombia, Aug. 28.—But for the almost continuous political revolu tions, frequently bloodless, but some times attended by sanguinary conflicts, t|K United States of Colombia would become a prosperous country, taking its proper place among the nations of the earth. The revolutions are its bane ami keep the country in a perpetual turmoil, preventing the development of territory rich in mineral and vegetable resources and generally salubrious and healthful in climate. Colombia is now in the throes Of a revolution, with the prospects of a foreign war in which both Venezuela and Ecuador may be In the lield against her. The latest phases of the complex situation have doubtless been Imparted to the news paper readers in the United States in advan...

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. — 11 October 1901

. rfGNTY-FOUBTH YKAK y^_ ©I 11 Ft V\ cll^*. A new line of Ladies' Wool Waists just received. jJEpfk^^ cv' big display in the window JPM^^SS^, and come in and see the waist. f fyi&isffi&&ffiffig§bL <] iU\ ''">" " «""•! wool waist, made / :i W-4 SSPCPk fci-U*' with fitted lining. t\%Ui'ik\Mlmm J^2m & 1 J.Q |!l!.vs ftn (111 «'<>"! waist, tucked 2 Ww nW hHlk nml front 'al! r>o|orH- ~_%?*^ *S^ 00 l'"v” "" :til vv''"' <l'nn"l wist, E.JT'IW' '**^V \ V^'W tucked and made in the latest style » We carry n beautiful line of higher priced .^L/l&£J3tm^ waists, ranging from 82.50 to $4.00. Satin Waists. Ladies' waists, made from Skinner's Satin, which is the best guarantee we could give for wearing qualities, regu- AA lar price; $6 50; our special, for one week only, each (jpcJ.V/U Don't miss seeing this waist. Dress Goods. Another large shipment of Dress Goods just received. You will make a mistake if you buy before seeing our line: prices lower than the low...

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. — 11 October 1901

2 TO OPEN NEW STRUT Effort by the Council to Extend Morton to Poverty Flat. County Commissioners Asked To Bridge the North Palouse—New Ordinances I iim ■i»■ *I. The city council net Monday evening in regular session, Mayor Lippitt pre siding, and pranat (oiincilmen Burroll, ("odd. Dingle, Dumdi, Mastin and Van- Kchoick. Absent, Wheeler. In regard to the proposed opening of Morton street, so as to give the children of Poverty flat, access to the Ward school, the street committee reported that the extension had been viewed and the brush cut out, the boundary lines of the street extended, and that the same is now in shape to show the amount of work require*] to open it to travel. J. K. Kaeho addressed the council as to the necessity of opening the street and pledged fHOO of private funds in aid of the improvement. Councilman Mast in introduced a mo tion that the city proceed to open Mor ton street, making a 124 foot roadway and constructing a small bridge over the old river channel; pr...

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. — 11 October 1901

£v I \7 4 t' ""^7 I !3L c^ x^^B \. \ > m % wUn&t ■■»■'■■' -ic^iSKn >y fS^^^' ,^__^^^___ .-^y yttHK^JPtol LBS pTW ."^, ( ,MI itOO »V THE F*OCTE* A OAlI»^ "^■^■^^■■^■m^^^ WHITE LOGIC §|DWIN FORREST was once drilling a stupid "super/* In despair Forrest exclaimed: "Can't you say it as Ido ?" "No/ said ' tllc m *n; "if I could, would Ibe 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. Vi—^ Till LBTTBR WRITERS Soihc> Things Other People are Heine: and Saying. AI,BION. Mrs. J. W. Rice baa gone to Oiildefwc t > hi !p can- for a very Hick tfranrinon. Wirt. Willoaghby is quite ill with kid ney trouble. \!iv Miry Standard's frieuds and neighbors are very ulnd to welcome her li.t'k home from her long vi«it at Oor \ ,'illis, Oregoo. •lolin O'Kelly'a father arrived here from liiasoari 'nut we...

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. — 11 October 1901

12 IN COTTONS 11EALM. FALL RIVER THE AMERICAN CAPITAL OF THE TEXTILE KING. Boot t»». Indudtry lias Developed There lroni a Humble H<-n i n nliitf. Mllliuna Kon ll.iim Ini• —i< <1 In the Bualneaa. [Special Correspondpncp.] Fall Rivku, Mass., Sept !>.—The re cent agitation of the question of the amount of wages to be paid the work era in the mills here has drawn an un wonted degree of attention upon this New England town, where King Cot ton reigns as triumphantly iis in the south. Without cotton this busy city would probably never have developed Into anything greater than a sleepy roast town. As it is, Fall River can lay claim and Justly to iM-ing the great est cotton manufacturing center on the face of the earth. It was In the year 1813 that the in dustry had Its beginning, a beginning that was by no means announced with a flourish ami a blare, but unostenta tiously and in a small way on the banks of the river from which the city derives Its name. Fall river is a stream o...

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. — 18 October 1901

THE CQLFAX GAZETTE. T-VKNTY-FOITUTH YKAR RETIRING FROM BUSINESS (LOSING OIT AT COST (Jommeneiiig September 10th I offer my entire stock of General Merchandise at ACTUAL COST as I miii positively going to retire from the mercantile busi ness on or before January Lst, li) 02. This is a rare opportunity to save yourself from 30 to 50 cents on every dollar's worth of goods you have to purchase for Fall and Winter. I have just mailed 5000 price lists throughout the coun ty. Have tried to reach every one, but no doubt some few have been overlooked, and anyone not having received one, can have same mailed by notifying us by postal card. Since issuing my price list sugar has declined and I am now quoting: Best Cane Granulated Sugar, per 100 pounds $5 40 Best Beet Sugar, per 100 pounds 520 Thanking you, one and all, for past favors, I remain, AARON KXJHINr, Tho Leading Dealer in General Merchandise, Oolfax, Washington Home First The World Afterwards A good motto this for either individuals o...

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. — 18 October 1901

2 LARGE WHEAT SALES HilliotiH of Bushels Unloaded at Forty Cents. Over Hclf a Million Dollars' Worth Thrown On ih«- Market at Colfax Alone The week haH been nn extraordinarily lively one in the wheat trade, and nearly 1,500.000 haabela had been purchased at 40 centß a I.ub el by Co fax dealers alone up to Thursday afternoon. At a late hour Monday afternoon the price bound) d from .'IN!* ceuts a bushel, at which it bad doaed Saturday night, to 40 centH. Many farmers, both with large and huiulS boldiaft*, bad author ised variouH dealers to take up their crops whenever the price touched 40 cents. For thin reason it huh sot ncees sary for the holders to be on the ground, and, notwithstanding the lateness <>f the hour, heavy sales were recorded jtint be fore the clone, of business hours. Tnrouuh out TueHday and Wednesday the price remained firm and Hale*continued heavy, not only at Colfax, but at all points throughout the county. vVhile footings have not in all eases been completed...

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. — 18 October 1901

NO COYOTE FARMING Bealpa |fhi N o t p aBS A( (entity Treasury After December I. Oalolal Proeeedtaga off the Roard <>r County Oosaaalaaloßera At I ho October Session. ProecedfaHE* of the board of county eomraNnoaen of Whitman county. Washington. R-gular meeting of the board of county commlastonera of Whit Ban county, Washington, held on Oc tober 7, l'.)ol. Present, Cotmiawoßera Hiiichhff, Klemgnrd and Willard. SAI.AItY CLAIMS <' (■ Baby, aoditoc $IS3 33 T.l VVelty. deputy an iitor 7 ri <K» II II Wheeler, deputy auditor 70 00 X O Williams, deputy auditor 70 00 Maud li Manh, index clerk auditor's otiicf 70 00 Emma li Stark, copyist, work on tax rolk 2268 Thenia Mat/^er, copyist auditor's office (11 :">(> L M Carter, extra work in auditor's office 19 00 W.I Windm. mnntj ti—iiioi 15417 I< X Vllt'n. depu'y treasurer 7;> (.'■) X X Bellinger, clerk in treasurer's office 70 00 A R Met/.. " •' 70 00 Georgia H&nna, services for special work 2tHO H.f Wilcnx, clerk in...

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. — 18 October 1901

1 summons in fqbe&losure OF THX LIEU. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF WASHINGTON FOR WHITMAN COUNTY. Whitman County. State of Washington, Plaintiff. I es. ' All persona bereiuafter **.s uained :ui<i all persons interested in any <>f the V property hereinafter dcs- 1 cribed, Defendant s. Thß State of Washington to all persons hereinafter named, and all persons Inter I In an; of Lhe property hereinaftei described: STou are hereby nol Ified Ih« I ceri Ini „1 d< linquenc ■ ■■■■:• ye been issued I 1 Whil - man county, th<' above name 1 plaintiff, on all ihe real property ■ er descril .mil thai c ich of Bald cert ific ites waa Is sued on tiii- 31st da} of January, A I>. 1S98; that the number of each if said cc titicates, the names of the ownei ■ repul .-.I owner. If known, of Ihe |) iperl ■| a led I hei em, Ihe description nl th property covered 1 lereby, the year 01 years For delinquent taxes for which i' was issued, and :ii< amount for which It was lssu<...

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. — 18 October 1901

i«ii .1 \ P. rkina/'coVfai Preßcott!per? knm and Riverside Add. l. io, B ;,::. \y i A PerkVns,"coifax,' Prescott *P^ ad Riverside* Add. L 11 .;-i-';,; -i Mil .1 \ Perkins, Colfax, Prescott'per klns and Rlvemlde Add. 1. 12, 1 ,;.,. --1615 .1 a Perkins, Colfax, Prea'coiL' "i»er! k.nsand Riverside Add. l. r: i: ; :, ;l ■\) •'■ " ' •Vfax.'presc' ■■•1 R4v< rsl le Add. j. n, 1: -:: .vo-i.-, i-MT j kms and Riverside Add. 1. 15. I: 53, 1893-^5" 1 l'< rkii si Prescott fid Rlv< rslde Add. 1. ],;. B 53, 189 1 "> f rkVns," Coif ax,' Prescott 'per' kins and Rlvt rslde Add. L 1. 854 x Perkii ri"pfescott' !••' --1.1893-4-5' .1 \i'.;ri<ins;v-,;;f;, x . ,;,;;..;;,;;;• 1 , i ;;l klna and Riverside Add. 1. ::. p. .-,,, V v ,i j.^ J \ Perkins, CoVfax,"Prescott."per - I, B 54, i.893-4-5" \ P< rkins, Coifax,"*F md Riverside Add. 1. 5, B „,. U&3-4-5" .1 \ Perkins, Coifaxj' Presc and Riverside Add. L 6, B 54, 1593-4-5 ■• j \ Perkins, < >oli';,x. Prescott P< r kms and Riversid...

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. — 18 October 1901

(•> Btß Jamea MeCov, Oakesdale, James McCoy's Add. L 8, B 2. 1893-4-5 2.82 . i James McCoy, Oakesdale, James Hd 'oj - Wd LI B 3 1893-4-5 '■ ■'■ ■ James McCoy, Oakesdale James McCoys Add. L 2, i', 3. 1893-4-6 3.19 L—James McCoy Oakesdale, James McCov's Add. L S, B C. 1893-4-5 mes« McCoy, Oakesdale, James McCoys Add., 1. 4 B 3, 1893-4-5 3.19 M Uamford, Oakesdale, James M|- - Add. L 1, B I, 1896 1-42 M Bamford Oakesdale, James Mc- Coy's Add. lit B I 1898 1.23 I Baker, < >akesdale. James Me ld L 3. B 1. 1892-3-*-5 v--' i • Oakesdale. James >!'■- O.V- .VM. 1- 4. B 4, 1592-3-4-5 8.31 2327 Sun A Baylor, Oakesdale, \\ ' ,y'a Add. L 1. B 4. 1893-4-5 9.12 2 -Mr- ii M Sever Oakesdale, w ( McCoy s Add., L 8. B 14, 1892 2328- Mrs It M Sever, <■ lie, W ( McCoy's Add., I. 7 B M. 1892 20.77 ■ -William Tretner, Oakesdale, W ' N ' - ■ L 11. >- I*. 1893-4-5 5.73 2331—William Tretner, Oakesdale, \\ C McCoy's Add. L 12. - 11. 1893-4-6 0-06 . Mrs <; HJckey. Oakesdale, Red nour's Add....

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 18 October 1901

2nd Add., I, v n 1 i«93 1 - W L Powers ' p 1 ii" 91 \'l'l.. L 12 1». 11 isp. 1 w L Power* p; • .'■ „ -:< 2nd Add.. I. 13, B 1 1893-J 5 ow'.' rs „-A r-j; ( "sh. Palouse; Rob'arda'' Add., An ( i t - (7 w;,rT.,,,K;-pa,ou S .;Roba^ Adf-E, c b JTißW!^;"^ .S 9-i D>.. Pri 2T^% blouse;-s™,^ Adf-E^B^^S^^-';.^? , S? l£ D, C,Jf lbw«- pa»o«se. "Smith's Add J I. ■>. d o, |X;U 12J ::,.T1 n C Tribble, Palouse.""smith-'s Add.. T. 4 B 3. IXOI 12i ■■'p-^- C Tribbio, Palouse "smith's Add.. I> .). B 3. 1891.... 1 91 »^ 6~; Dc^, "TrHiWe. Palouse"" Smith's. Add.. I, 6. B 3 1892-3-4.. 6 nfi 1078 T> <■ Tribble. Palouse, "smith's Add.. F. 1-2 L, 7. B 3. 1892-3-4-5 7.39 3079—D C Tribble. Palonse Smith's Add.. X 1-2 T. 8, B 3. IW2-3-4-5 7« 30BO—Mrs Alford, Palouse. Smith's Add nil north of riven B b. 1893-4-5 17 01 n >M -,T G Davis, Palouse. Smith's Add T. 5. B 5. ISOt ■> 03 3082 -.T G On vis. Palouse!"smith's"Arid. B B, 1894 5 5S 3083-vTohn Tobln. Palouse. Smith's Add I, 1. B 6. 1893-...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 18 October 1901

B Chemb< re' Ad I I 8. B 17. [893-4-5.. Chambers Co., Pallman, Chun'- rs' Add. I- '■' B 17, 1893 1-5 • l.m i Co., Pullman. Chambers' Add. I. 10, B 17, 1893-4-S Land Co., Pullman. Chambers' Add. I. 11, B 17, 1893-4-5... Chambers Land Co., Pullm \ ■: B 7 ":'■-; B ad Co., P 1 Add. Ll3 B ::. 1893-4 5 Co., P ■ Id I. M B 17, ■■ ■:-: 37r,!i Chambers Lai 1 I. md 1' >„ P ■ ■ I Chan nd Co. !■ \ 1 l. 1. 7, 1: IS, :^; !-•■ ■ L B ■ ■ imbers La 1-:, .95 ■ ■ -•-■•• •■■ ■ Add. !. ''""i'-M . : Co., Pulln Chan 1 I'l- ■■-„■ • Co., Pulln •3-4-5 95 . Pullman. ■ ■ : P illn mbers Lan I Co., Pulln Add. L 19, B IS, 1593-4-5 .... ■ unbers Land Co., P Chambers' Add. I. 20. B IS, 1893-4-5^.... 3750- Chambers Land Co., Pullm ■ Chambei L 21, B LS, 1593 1-^....... .95 tmbers Land Co., Pullman, -■ Add. L 22, B 18, 1893-4-5...... Co., Pullman. Chambers' Add L 23, B IS - »3-4-5 ;'■> . . t mbers Land Co., Pullman^ Chambers' Add. L 24, B 18, 1893-4-5...... .95 | ■ ;>i , : : Co., Pulln Cham Id. L 25, B LB, ...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 18 October 1901

4,-t Samuel Rossiter, Pullman, Rossi ters Add. 1. H, B », UM-i4 2 34 1440 fiamuel Rosslter, Pullman Rossi ;,r- Add. L IS, B 9. IM3-4-C 2.34 4441— George W Reed, Pullman, Rossi \e\'» Add. \< h B 10, ib.»3-J-5 2 i>) U4: George W Reed, Pullman, Rossi ni;! Add. I- -, B 10, isy:i-4-5 2.0 ---1443 Samuel Rossiter, Pullman Rossi ter'i Add. L 3. B 10, 1593-4-5 . j ( , : mi George W Reed, Pullman r..<-> •■ . .. l. :. I: 10, 1893-4-5 2.0b George W Reed, Pullman Roßsi tirs Add. L 6, B 10, 1893-4-6 2 07 4446 Samuel Rossiter, Pullman Rossl !, rs Add. 1. 6, B 10, 1593-4-5 2.0s 4447 George W Reed, l'ullman Rossl li.-. Add. L 1, B 11. JVJ--4.5 3 H4i George W Reed, Pullman, Rosal ■,,: I. 1- J, B 11, 1894-5 <j,S 4449 George W Reed, Pullman, Rossi ter'a Add. I. 3, B 11. I^3-4-5 2.02 1450 George W Reed, Pullman, Rossi ter'a Add. I. l, B il, isj:j-4-5 2.G3 4451 George W Reed, Pullman. Rossi ter's Add. L 5, B 11, 1893-4-6 2.6 ' u:.i George W Reed, Pullman, Rossi ler's Add. L 6, B il, 1893-4...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 18 October 1901

10 COLFAX GAZETTE IVAN CHASK, PUBLISHER. KnUblifthed, 1877. Entered at the postofflce at t'olfai as second class mailer. BDBBCRIPTION KATKB. Hlx Months, postage paid One Dollar One Year, postage paid Two Dollars Twenty-flve per cent discouut for advance payment. County and City Official Paper. O. It. & V Time Card. To Portland 7:10 p m. To Spokane 6:05 a.m. 3:02 p.m. To IVndleton 10:50 a tn. 7:10 p.m. Kroni Moacow '.*:(*) a.m. 2:- r>op.ui. To Moscow 9:30 a.m. 7:40 p.m. I'ol rolcimi ami the MosQuito. It has been quite concl, : ivcly proved by the experiments this season that pe troleum, either crude or refined, is ef fective as a means of destroying imma ture mosquitoes and rendering stagnant pools and like breeding places Incapa ble of sustaining this most dangerous form of Insect life. In some instance, however, the rem edy is almost as bad as the disease. Petroleum is an unpleasant thing to handle as well as rather expensive In the large quantities necessary for a vigorous ...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 18 October 1901

FATAL ECONOMY. mmmVBRY old maxim declares that it isn't econ- | |p\# omy to pick up pins; the time is worth more 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«>tf. PER CENT. PURE. THIS LETTER WMTBRB Nome Things Other People are Doing and Saying. ALBION. A large r mount of baled hay in being shipped from this station dnily. More baj than wheat is being hauled now. Mr. McKay and wife called here Mon day. They have Bold their reservation ranch fi»r $I<> an acre and are en route for Buffalo. N Y. lieene MclJeyuulds and family are go 'inn to move back to this town from Oregon soon. They have written to carpenters here to see about building a bourn herein town. Everybody in glad to welcome them back here. .1 T. Wallace and George Thatche...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
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