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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 18 October 1901

12 NO COYOTE PARK (Continued from Page Three) Id order to raise this amount it will be necensary to make n i»vv of .24.'W1. County Funds. CURRENT KXrKNBK. My estimate of the amounts to be paid out of the current expense fund for the coming tifCal year are as follows: Auditor's office Mlarieo, cupyiats and tax work 83500 00 A. iKlitor'rt office, expense 1500 00 Ameeaor'a office, ealarien 5000 00 Anewor's office, expense 500 00 County clerk, salaries . County clerk, expense "50 00 Treasurer's office, f«alaie« 5000 00 Treamirer'rt office, expense. 1500 0(1 Sheriff's office, salaries 3400 00 Sheriff's office, expense 2500 00 {"heritf's office, board of prisoner's .. 1200 00 Surveyor's offioe, salary 1570 00 Surveyor's office, expense 350 00 StenoKrapht-r salary 1200 00 Superintendent of schools, salary . 1200 00 Sujfrinteiident of schools, expense 800 00 Superintendent county farm, help. 900 00 Superintendent county farm, expt-nse and supplies 1000 00 County physicians' salary 'M 000 Su...

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. — 25 October 1901

THE COLFAX GAZETTE. T .VE.VTY-FIFTH YEAR. LAST WEEK (%'s>^v>. GREAT CLOTHING %s- We will continue our GREAT CLOTHING SAIPt nl v ..till many of those elegant Men's and Boy.'Buit 8 «d IW™ T\\> Th<kre Jh- hmuht for Hbout overcoats, that can ONE HALF THEIR FORMER PRICE You'll probably never again have such a chance Yon «» a ■ injuHtice ff you don't nee them. IOU are (loing yourself an Men's All-fool Suits" Elegantly lined; very dressy; worth $10 00, now All <-ur $12 50 Men's Suits and Overcoats, now _ o All our $I."> 00 Men's Suits and Overcoats, vow «k«~fc All <>ur $20 00 Men's Suits and Overcoats, vow j — Our •{ |>iw Boys' Suits, with knee pants, reduced from $'{ 00 to.. 1 .— o Oar Vcunir Ifea'a Suits, with long pants, reduced from $0 00 to :t '»r* Our Young Ifra'tf Blade Kersey Overcoats, were $7 50, n0w.... t (Tr> We are wte a#eaUi for the celebrated (H.B.ft|f.) Hart SchHffnPr * v,,,, Tailor-Made Ck>thtßg f which we offer daring this sal« at great ml...

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. — 25 October 1901

2 TEACHERS NEXT WEEK Three Hundred Are Coming To The Town. Annual Institute Opens Monday and Will Continue in Session Five Days. The annual Whitman county teachers' institute will open at Colfax, Monday, (>ctober 28, and will remain in session five days. The institute will be held at the armory, but. the afternoon and even ing sessions will he called at the court house. The school laws compel the attendance of all teachers at annual institutes, and pedagogues to the number of about MOO are expected to be present. Kmiuent educators from vttrious parts of the state will also be present to assist in the conduct of the institute. Because of the large number to be present the committee on entertainment is finding some difficulty in securing proper lodgings, and all who can fur nish rooms for the week are requested to communicate with vV. (). McCaw, teacher of the seventh grade, at the high school building. Monday evening a reception will be held in honor of the visiting teachers. An a...

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. — 25 October 1901

OOPVKMMT 1»00 ■< TH« »»OOTI« « lUM 00. OHtOtMUTI A CASE OF EXTRAVAGANCE. OT7#OOU never cut off three-quarters of a new f XkM m cake of soap and throw it away! Yet you $■ l^]T Pa^' twice the price of Ivory Soap for a cake LMfiMJof "tinted" toilet soap less than half as large. Your little cake of toilet soap costs you four times the price of Ivory, for it lasts only half as long and costs twice as much. No money can buy purer or better soap than Ivory. If it came in dainty paper, all scented and colored, you would pay fifteen cents for a very small cake of it. THB LBTTBR WRITERS Some Things Other People are Doing and Saying. KAMIAC. Wheat hauling is over, and everyone is rejoicing over the beautiful October weather we are having. Seeding in progressing as well as could be expected on account of the dry ground. School began a week ago Monday, after a three weekn' dismissal on account of scarlatina, which two of the school children had, but it has not spread, bo whool opened again. M...

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. — 25 October 1901

12 THERi:iNSOK(WAN. UNIQUE EXHIBIT IN HONDURAS BUILD ING AT BUFFALO EXPOSITION, Evidence There Seen of a Cl»111— (iflft Which Kilil.il In Central America ( pnlnrim Before That of Knrope—lnteresting Suectmeati. [Speriil Correspondence] Buffalo, Sept. (•. Few visitors to the Pan-American exposition expected to see any representation of ancient America or of a civilization which ex isted centuries before that of Europe. Mexico has here a small but interest ing collection of this character repro duced in plaster. There are other mini ature displays of a similar nature in icveral of the pavilions erected by the loutheru republics. In the Honduras building there is a large collection cf genuine ruins that date back from 3,000 to 0,000 years and perhaps are even more ancient than srchSßolosjtota of tin- present day sup pose. But, admitting the ruins of Co- BUINB OF OOPAN. [Group of Ma.an relict, believed to l>e 6,000 yeart old.] pan are C,<>oo years old. this will make them anteda...

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. — 1 November 1901

Inr vULrAA vjAZbTTE. TWRNTT-PIPTH YEAR PANTS - PANTS - PANTS m*s. J list received a new line of R. / \* \ &W. Pants for Fall and Winter / $/ I Iv\ \ wear- y°u nee(* a new V' xir I -$$ I°^ P ants > see us before you see I ' lfi yonr ta''or ' as y°u can't buy our \ 98 / ltss than *8"00 to 1000 ' :tnd \'( Jv'i\v); I / Ul' m' y°u Just ;ls »O(H' a fit \ A I • Notice th»- curve in the rut - \. every pair made just the same. TO THE LADIES A fresh, new, stylish and up-to-date line of Ladies' Neckwear at special low prices ranging from lac to $3.00. They are of the very latest novelties You can only realize the fact by calling at MIR niIARANTFP* MONEY BACK w COODS UUn UUMnAN I tt. are not satisfactory COLFAX, .... WASHINGTON SIMMER GOODS AT COST We have a number of different artitleH in Summer Goods that must go. $1.50 value Shirt Waist, at. .$1 00 20 PER CENT 1.25 value Shirt Waist, at. . 75 DISCOUNT .85 value Shirt Waist, at. . 65 On Wbite Goods .65 value Shirt Waist, at. . 50 and S...

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. — 1 November 1901

2 mres are hire Two Huiidred and Fifty Are In the Town. Seventeenth Annual Institute Is in Session -Many Prominent Kducators. The seventeenth annual teachers' in stitute of Whitman county is in session thin week at Colfax, with nearly all feeachan of the county iv attendance. The promirnent educators pttWlt are K. A. Bryan, president State Agricul tural college; <> L. Waller, proh—OT of nirit lieniHticH, W. A. <'.; Miss Edith Speen, special teacher, Spokane schools; J. H. Miller, principal state normal, Cheney; E. Deane Smith, specie <i I teacher in drawing; S. C. Roberta, ex-superintend ent common schools; H. ('. BlHir, presi dent Blair business college; H. ('. Sanip -Bon, principal preparatory department, W. A ('.; W. X Ransom, superintendent HchoolH, Colfax; W. (J Beach, profcMOT of economic science and history,W. A.C ; .). P. Munson, professor biology and sociology, at Elleusburg normal. The lecturer* were President E. A. Bryan of Washington Agricultural col lege. 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. — 1 November 1901

SELLING THE WHEAT tiroweri* Generally Have Un- loaded at 40 Cents. Many Figure It Cheaper to Sell ami liiiy Options on the Mar ket Than to Hold The majority ol I'alouse wheat grow ers have evidently despaired of realizing more than 40 cents a bushel for the mimnifieent crop grown this year. A great portion has been sold at that price, but much yet remains in the hands of farmers who are not forced to Mil, and there are many in the country in thin happy and independent condition. A number of the wheat growers of the I'lilouse country have abandoued their former custom of holding wheat in ware house*, with storage charges, taxes and uUereat eating into it, and are selling early in the season. They argue that if they desire to gamble in wheat prices it is much cheaper and more satisfactory to t«u\ options on the market than to hold the wheat itself. Fall KauiN Began. October hus been a bright and sunny month. No rains fell up to Tuesday night, when a general rain set in. So dry had the...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 1 November 1901

4 summons m foreqlosure OF M LIEU. ! IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE; STATE OF WASHINGTON FOR WHITMAN COUNTY. Whitman <louuty, state ot Washington, Plaintiff. J Aii persona bereioafter i*B -uuine.ii and all persons interested in an) of tbe V property hereinafter dcs- \ eribed, I Defendants. The Siaie of Waahlnßton to all persons er named, and all i^rs ins li ested in any of the property hereinaft 1 : 1 sd: jfou are hei eby uol Ifled thai ceri Lhc ,x dellnqui ncy have ; I to Whit- I man county, ih« above named plaintiff, on all the 1 eal property ben ribed, ami that each of said certificate! was is sued on the Jlai day ol Januai y, A.. 1 >„_ '■ IS98; that the number of each if ;a»d cer :iiii atea, ih" names of Ihe own r .•ii owner, if known, ol the property in eluded therein, the description ol - covered 1 hereby, Ihe year 01 years tor delinquent taxes for which it Mrs ■• I, and lhe imounl for wh wa? Issued, against each separati lot, iraci <t p 1 reel .if land, is here nal : f...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 1 November 1901

1612 .1 \ T. rkinsVo.'ifr,*; i. r ;V,:,', u - tvp' kns and Rlversi* Add, L 10, B 53, ws:,-\--, « , .. 1615 .1 a Pe7kVn^*'c«ifax,'*p7eßcott.' Wnsand Riverside Add. l. s:;. B .-i-' --■l A Perkins, "CoVfax! Prescott'per ■»d Riverside Add. L 14, B 53? U9^i£ 1617 .1 A Perklns,"coifax,"presc'ott' Uns and Riverside Add. L 15, I! :,:;.!v 1618 .1 A Perkins/CoVfax," PresQDtt' kins and Riversld n Perkins,' Col'fax, "prescott" Per kins .md Riverside Add. l I, i;;,i, is;.:' t-r, J A Perkins.'Coifaxi'presc kllls ■'"'1 Riv id. L 2. B 54, 1893-4^-5 \ Perkins,' Colfax,' Prescott' Per ktos and Riverside Add. i. :;, BM?1893 4-5' ■ " ■>■> 1G22 .1 \ Perkins, Colfax, Prescott'Per kins and Rlv« rsl !e Add. i. ;. 854 i-:-i-V *i j ■l A Perkins, Colfa'xi'"p'res'cott"per kins and Riverside Add. i. :,, i: „".. , ; P. rkins, Colfax,"Pres, kins and Riverside Add. i. .;. 1625J .lA!', rklns,"coifax,"p kins and Riverside Add. L 7, ] I 13.4.5" S Perkins!'Colfax,"] !>,V kins and Riverside Add. 1. 8, B 54, :•...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 1 November 1901

(•» BU—Jamea McCoy, Oakesdale, James \; Coy's Add !. 8. B 2, IvO-i-:> . 2.S °'i'< '.1 -ni" ■■ McCoy, Oakesdale, Jamea McCoy's \dd. LI. B 3, IS9B-4-5 :::' mt . s McCoy, Oakesdale Jam.-s McCoy's \d !. ;. 2, B 3, 1893-4-5 5.19 2321-James M< (I >y, n «>akesdale, .1 ani--^ . 'Oakesdale. James McCoy'B Add . 1. I B 3, 1893-4-5 3.19 M l; imford, i >akesd lie, Jamea -M;;- Add 1. i. B I. 1896 1« M Bamford, Oakesdale, James Mc- C, Vs Add. 1. 2. B 1. 1895 I.H ":-. Line Baker, O . Jameg Mc- Coy's Add. I. 3. B l. 1892-3-^-5... 8-32 I ,-.. b Lki r, ■ hakesdale, James Mc >-'-"■■•-, ..:•■■■ MoC . V -wo - ! I M Sev< r ■<>, \\ I McC 1., L S. B 14, 1892 .3.56 ! I M Sev< r, O x '. MrC ' ■ ' ■-••,■•••,;■';■. . A ' M" C< -Adl- L 11. ■ !!■ ' „?■■; ■ ■ N\. (. I. L 12, .14 5 6.06 ■ Mrs G i Hek< • O le, Red- A Id I. I, B', ■ -'< . i; r i > ; Oak c, R Inour s !,"l, 1-5 , |- i 1 ,. i ! y li . Rob 14-5 '-■'' . . [ r , n e S< 11 ri Ige. i (akesaale, ...... 1.14 , . ...

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. — 1 November 1901

2nd V'l'l.. 1. 11, H l. 1893-4-5 00, W L P<>\\ en i> ,i „, ■ "i> ' x.i.l .LIZ B i lks-4-fi ' "W.V!' S VV L Powen ' I'i'imiV,:'"i."' W : ml Add i. i:t. bl. is:.r;-4-5 ' *« j .. J ' ir^v,! ; Jll -;:;-- 1 ;; lw ;. t :: ■. "'.^j't. PaiouseVßoblrds i 'S-S'S tfc s4: \ ''.v,', 1^'1- Palouse! Robards' Add!, ir?. v Kitii*"^*^"B"^'****^ • ' ■ 'I. 159. !•' W f A "Stevens, Palouse, Rob 1 • '• !593 22.00 Pt CB 7r^t-^ — : Smith's Vrml«» Blnnard. Paloi'ia* Smith's . ! :.. 81, 1893 and 1-2 of '94 ' 326 D C Trlbble. Palouse, "Smith's '■ ~- B i. 1892-3-4-5 375 P C Tribble. Palouse, Smith's I !. B 1, 1892-3-4-5 375 ■ a Palouse Co Paiouse !> - Add., T. 3, B 2 1891-2-3-4-5 V> 12 ■ S and !■ Land Co., Palouse, Smith's 1 !. 1: ■'. IS9I-2-3-4 n.fci :>. <". Tribble, Palouse," Smith's '• ■■ B 2. 1892-3-4 5.66 ■■■■■;' Ellen Fairbanks. Palouse Smith a B ■». 1891-2-3-1-5 •>■; 17 Emma Alford. Palouse," "smith's .1,1. B 3. Ivi-2-'l-1-" H^7 '■■nnri:, Alfnrd, Palouse, Smith's Add., 1 2. B ...

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. — 1 November 1901

8 CtMunbera' A B 17, M9B-4-5...... •"•* Land Co., PuUman, Ch imb< n \'■ L 9, B 17, 1893-4-6.... 3751 •■■ ' !ii■'■ Chambei ' >■W, 811 3756 «•: L4nd Co., Pullman I Lan ! «■-.. , Pulln -. 1893-4-5...... ..! PUlll Chaml ''"' 3-4-5...... .95 nan, •■ ■" I B 18, 1893-4-5...... •■'•■ I „:>n I I . ■ ..KiV.. . Pullman 1- Pullman^ „, Pulli ■ ;'l : man, | i-4-5 C . Pullm . Pulln ,d Co., Pullm Chan ■ ; '■ •;;• ;. 14, B 18. 1898-4-5....^ Co.. P Co., Pullma^ :. . Pullman Chkm - ■ ::-!-:,. Co., i Chan Id. L t 18, 13-4-5... , d Co., Pullm Chamb. rs' A .:-l-/...... :;7: .. Land Co., Pullman. Chan • B 18, 1593-4-5 93 nd Co., Pullman, B LB, 1893-4-5...... .95 Land Co., Pullman. '3-4-5...... .95 3752 Chambers Land Co., I'uhman. . Chamb< rs" Add. I- 23, B LB, LS93-4-5 »a id Co., Pullman,; i-i. L 24, B 18, 1893-4-5...... .95 | . n d Co.. Pullman, , ■ Add. L 25, B IS, 1893-4-5 95 nd Co., Pullman, Chambers' Add. 1. 26, B LB, L 893-4-5...... .96 Lan i Co., Pullman, Cham >ci \.dd. Ll, B L 9, 95...

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. — 1 November 1901

ii,»- Samu*l Hussiter, Pullman, RsnU t er« Add. L U, B 9, W9B-4-5 2.3 i 144O—Samuel Rossiter, Pullman, Rossl- Ad.i. L 15, B 9, 1593-4-5 2 34 4i»l— George W Reo 1, Pullman, Rossi t ei s Add. LI, 810, -S <:;-1-5 20, «48— George W Reed, Pullman, Rossi .,, , A.i.l. L 8. B 10. 1893-4-6 2 .0> 4443—Samuel Kossiter, Pullman, Rossl l: ,. < Add. LS, B LO, 1N93-4-5 2.91 4444-Oeorge W Reed, Pullman, Rossi ter'i Add, L I. B 10, 1893-4-5 2 Qg 4445— George W Reed, Pullman, Rossi ter'a Add. L 6, Bio, I&J3-4-5 2.v; 4446 Samuel Rossiter, Pullman, Rosd t«r'sAdd. 1/0, B 10, 1883-4-6 2.0^ 4447- George W Reed, Pullman, Rossl ter'sAdd. LI, B 11, 1813-4-6 2 <i 2 444^ Qeorge W Reed, Pullman, Rossi teT"i Add. i' -. H 11. IVJ4-5 < JS 4449— George W Heed, Pullman, Rossi ttfrs Add. L :. B 11, IVJ3-4-5 2.02 4480— George W Reed, Pullman, Rossl ler's A.M. L l. B 11. L893-4-G 2.0:! 4451 George W Reed, Pullman, Rossi ler's Add. L 0, 15 11, ISW-4-5 2.0;: 44:^— <j -<jrt r'- W Reed, Pullman, Ro...

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. — 1 November 1901

10 COLFAX GAZETTE IVAN CHASE, PUBLISHER, Rstablished, 1877. Knterod at the postofflce at Colfax as second class matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATEfci. Six Months, postage paid One Dollar One Year, postage paid Two Dollars Twenty-fi\ c per cent discount for advance payment. County and City Official Paper. O. K. & N. Time Card. To Portland. 7:10 pro. To Spokane C:OS a.m. :*:O2 p.m. To Pendleton 10:50 am. 7:10 p.m. From Moscow (J:ooa.m. 2: K0 p.m. To Moscow 9:30 a.m. 7:40 p.m President Koonevelt has a habit of thinking and writing without the "aid or eouwnt" of any other nation. Mr. Cfolgopz, the anarchist HBsaflnin of I'rPßidPiit McKinloy, wan quietly put out of the way Tuesday morning at Auburn prinon, New York, with little ceremony and none of the notoriety after which lie hankered. "Theodore Roosevelt, president," \s the tm.iie that appears on a patent that hat* jutit been granted to the towneite wttlerH of (JibnoQßville, Idaho. Thin land is in Letnhi county and has betn under litigatio...

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. — 1 November 1901

A RICH MAN'S WISDOM. c' ]^r^^f >'fi? la TXim through aII his life ™ Get the bestl" It was not merely the desire x of a rich man; it was the wisdom of a sue- L_iJ cessful man The best is always the cheapest. Take the example of Ivory Soap. It costs half as much as fancy soaps, yet more than common yellow soaps. But in its results—in its economies of time, labor and fabric—in its pleasant effect on the skin, it is better than either and as cheap as any soap in the world. IVORY SOAP IS 99«Hfr PER CENT. PURE. THE LETTER WRITERS Some Things Other People are Doing and Saying. LEE SIDING. Mr. Ernest Raymond and Miss Ida ]."<' were married at the home of the bride at Lee's Sidintr, Monday, October 28, at nigh noon, Rev. Geo. H. Newman officiating. Miss Ollie Lee played the wedding march. Miss Katie Lee was bridesmaid and Arfhur Palmer best man. The bride was beautifully dressed in a delicate gn-i'ii albatross, trimmed in applique and tne groom in the conven tional Mack. The following ...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 1 November 1901

12 LITERARY GOSSIP. Another Batrh of I.OTf Letter* — A Versatile Y<»nn^ Writer. ISpeciil Correspondence.] New Yokk. Sept. '.'. After the public has had a surfeit of love letters, geuu lue or counterfeit, an edition of the "Ix)ve Letters of lieloise and Abelard" Is to be issued. The abundance of liter ature of this class is accounted for by the phenomenal sale of the "Love Let ters of an Enuhsli Woman." Since the people who issued it made a fortune from Its sale publishers" appetites for love letters have been so keen that no great nutne is safe from the revela- AIiHKKT I'AYSONS TKHIIUNE. tions of the printing press. While all the world is said to iove a lover, it is equally a fact that every lover appears more or less a fool to all but the eyes of the beloved. Consequently many i>l the tender documents place the great one in the attractive light of a senti uu'iitul Bcbootboy. As contemporary letters have now either been exhausted or are so well guarded thai it is Impos sible f...

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

THE .COLFAX GAZETTE TWENTY-FIFTH YEAR OVERCOATS J^Ei Now is the time to get your winter over * j? «oat and you should see our line before pur iS^^^fe^ c'^as»ng- Ask t() see tne following numbers /f vv: «|m you want a good coat cheap: /j& 2626— A genuine all-wool Kersey, black, blue or brown, § a '(£'■ I '::'"Wi£ offered everywhere as a snap at $10 00. Cb>y on ffp. ; Iff S Our price „ $ ' •«>" V f^.f^^WH^ 9324—Fine all-wool Beaver; others auk <£Q QD i| ill $12.50. Our price 3?i7.i70 iv lOT 9315—Heavy black Cheviot I'lsters, extra wide collar. 'vfi'S^^^ This is one of the best value* ever off<*n»d by us j*3j and jh Hold elsewhere for $8 00. <i£i (IW ;•• • ■£* ? Our price ?!M.«/O See Our $4.00 and $5.00 Lines. i«j A very swell live for the little fel- &*)( W) (StA /£ft lows, rnuging in price from... w >*'"" Hi »J7T:«t:O $10.49 GREAT CLOAK VALUE $10.49 We call it the best value on earth and /^ y (^h you will agree with us if you see them. r^^—_ \ Splendid all-w...

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. — 8 November 1901

2 PAYMENT FOR SEWERS Council Settles Claims for Work in Two Districts. Officers of Kleetion Appointed, Liquor Licenses Granted and Bills Liquidated. The city council met in regular month ly session Monday evening, all being present except Councilman Mastin. The following appointmentH to serve hh officers of the coming city election were made: First ward —Inspector, W. H. James; judges, ,!. M. Maker, L. A. I>uHois. Second ward—lnspector, Thos. Baker; judges, H. M. Liddle, B. C. Miller. Third ward—lnspector, .lames Bentou; judges, K. B. Hogan, .1. H. loiter. lay lor Sewers. It was agreed by unanimouH vote that the city pay from the current expense fund itH proportion of the coßt of con struction of fi«iTn hh follows: In dis trict. oue, an fixed by resolution passed February 5, 1900, $288, with interest from May 13, 1900, a total of $332 05. In district 3, «s fixed by resolution of same date. $271 principal and $32.05 interest from May 13, 1900, a total of |303 05. Scarlet Fever Qua...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 8 November 1901

CITI ELECTION NEAR Little Interest Is So Far Being T«ken By the People. Mayor, Four Connctlmen. Clerk Tiraaurer and City Attorney To Be Chosen. The near approach <>f the city elec tion, to be held Tuesday, December 8, for the efaetioa of h major, four councilman, treasurer, clerk and city attorney, the marshal to be chosen by the council, creates scarcely a ripple on the smooth luunicipal sea. < X candidates there in a scarcity up to date. Mayor Lippitt will not absolute Iv decline a if it is shown hlia thut it in the donire of th^ people that be continue in onVe and no others appear who are demrooa of the honor. Bat, Mr. Uppitt looks upon the matter of tilli.-ig municipal offices simply as a dn*\ of good citizens. He has now well Mi'ivt.l the city for three continuous .yejirs, two as councilman and one as major, and feels that be has paid his debts of ritueoabip and is anxious to re tin-, as he !ian many troubles of his own to care for. He is not recognized as a politician...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
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