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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 9 March 1900

WHAT NEIGHBORS DO Loiters lull of Interesting _»w* Notes From Many Country Point*. A PROMINENT OCTOGENARIAN. A notable gathering was that at the resi dence of Mr. and Mrs. T. li Waldrip, near Lee Siding Saturday, March I?, in honor of Mr. Waldrip's father, Jair.es Waldriu—or as the younp pc >ple love to call him, "Grandpa" Waldrip whose eighty-second birthday was celebrated. (Jrandpa Waldrip ii one of the Kturdy pioneers who crossed the plains to Oregon in After a residence of six yearn in that state he lemoved to Ohehaiis county, Wash ington, in 1869. He helped to make that part ol our state to "blossom as the rose." Mr. Waldrip tells of the time in Chehalis when the rivers were the sole highways, the only mode of ingress and caress boing by canoe. While in Uhehalis, he eer\ed two terms as county judge. He was also a repre sentative in the territorial legislature from (In halis and Mason counties in 1564-65. Prom western Washington Mr. Waldrip re moved to Whitman county in 1*73 ...

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. — 9 March 1900

6 WIPED IT FIMISTS Con i; I oih orated Seattle Mess Was Not So Warm. Republicans Cleaned Them Out With Heavy Majorities of 1500 to 2SOO Seattle, March 7. —Complete returns of the city election held here yesterday show that the entire republican ticket, with the exception of three ward coun cilmeu, was elected by pluralities lang ing from 1500 to 2500. The vote for the principal oflices was as follows: For mayor —Humes (republican) 5175: Cotterill (fusion) .'IOO4. For comptroller—Paul (republican) 5332; Hill (fusion) 2830. For corporation counsel —Humphrey (republican) 4.NGO; Emory (fusion) 333l. For city treasurer —Rathbun (republi can) 4896; Kunkel (fusion) .'5224. The council now stands eight republi cans and three fusionists. WAS DKATH TO FUSION. Republicans Wiped Them Up at Seattle. Seattle, March 6. —The city election here today resulted in a sweeping victory for the republican ticket. While at mid night complete returns are not available there is every indication that Mayor Th...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 16 March 1900

THE COLFAX GAZETTE OFFK IAL COUNT! PAPER. <*• GRAND OPENINfe .^ NEW SPRING STOCK! Twentieth Century Ideas. Values, Dot 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 o-ive us the chance to demonstrate that all of our statements will bear the searchlight of truth. G<X)(IS Have Ad- in every department you will find Vanced but prices lower than we could buy goods were we forced to go into the markets and pay the prices ruling today. \\> Occupy a For- today with goods on hand and due tUliate Position °n t'ontracts- 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 OUr Under-Value sharin& wi.t]l our customers the benefit which comes to us from bog-standing contracts that are not as yet wholly filled. COTTON PIECE GOODS. 20 yards...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 16 March 1900

•2 POLLED A Hlli VOTE Col fax Republicans Did Well at Saturday Primaries. Elected Full Representation to the County Convention to He Held Next Thursday. The republican primaries held Satur day afternoon for the purpose of elect ing delegates to a county convention to be held March 22 at 2 p. m. to select 2.5 delegate* to a state convention to be held at BUensburg April 5 to elect eight delegates to the national convention, panned off peacefully. A good brand of republicanism wbh Bbown in the heavy rote cant. Ordinarily, primaries are slimly attended, but Colfax republicans awoke to their duties end the result plainly shows that the faith is stronger than ever. New strength has been add ed, and this will continue to grow an the campaign advances. People are satis tied, and eminently ho, with affairs of the nation and the party which bas ho completely gagged the calamity bowlers and calamity makers. The First ward of Colfax waa en titled to five delegates to the county convention. The...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 16 March 1900

ROADS AND BRIDGES Commissioners* Proceedings At (he March Meeting. <.< n<■iai Bills and Claims Allowed. Tax Kicks Straightened Out an<l Many Matin * Fixed. The proceedings of the county com niiHi-ioners for March 6, 7 and 8, 1900. The board of county commissionerspar- Mi.mt in adjournment met on March sth. All members of the hoard were present. General Claims Allowed. The Following general claims were ex amined and allowed: Allen Bros, publishing treasurer's tax untie-- $ 4 "."i j Abrams, W E clerk iv mhhot'i office . 00 00 Beck, F W livery for sheriff 3 25 Ballinger, E X clerk in trararar'd office 7") 00 Brickner, .1 .1 livery fur sheriff 'J 00 Brown, H .1 Innrl lintn fnr awinnnnr 8 10 Bailor, J L coffin for indigent 25 00 Brown, J B plumbinp at coort hooM . 250 Hi unwell 11i...s printing for c maty of- Been 152 00 Bui nnuui, ('liri>t un-al* fur jury 12 00 B&kala, Prank repatra at courthooae 25 Biahop, 11 repairing connty bridge. . C> (i() < laae, (ieo W, ....

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 16 March 1900

4 COLFAX GAZETTE IVAN CHASE, PUBLISHER. KataMislud. 1«77. Entered at the postofflee at Colfax as second clasp matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATKS. Six Months, postage paid One I>ollar Due Year, postage paid Two Dollars Twenty-five per cent discount tot advance payment. COUNTY OFFICIAIi NKWSPAI'KK 1 OCT OS 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 tax represent, and a payment is desired and expected by the publisher. Populists should bear in mind that the country will still keep out of the demnition bow wows, even if one of them is never elected. What is good advice to a populist m also good for a fusion democrat. An idiotic statement has been (ireu lating in the democratic press that the Starters of a bank could pay for their bonds with circulation issued upon them, and so begin business on wind. Comp troller Dawes explains its imbecility; b...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 16 March 1900

WHAT NEIGHBORS DO l,,ltors Full or Interesting .News Notes From Many Country Points. it V. P. D. INSTITUTE The programme of the institute of the Baptist Yoonß People's Union, to be held at Coifax, March "Jt 'S\ is piven below. Baptists are commanded to attend—while young people from other societies are most cordially invited to attend any or all of our neeta Saturday Morning, March 24. 10.—Devotional meeting led by Rev. F. A. Houston. 10:30.- Welcome by the president 10:45.—Address, "Our Younp People in Personal \V<,rk." Rev. K. B. lace, Garfield. 11:15.- -Address, "How to aroose a greater iaterest in ooi prayer meetings." liev. S. VV. Gage; Paloose, (leneral diaenssion Ll.-40.—Address, "Baptist yonng people as Citizens I'rof. F. N. Kisgli-h, Coifax. Enrollment of delegates. IL'. Reo AVrKHNOON. 2. Praise service, led by J. o. Reynolds •J:K..-Paper, "The B. Y. I. U., a link between the Sunday school and tho church" Prof. M. ]„ Pluiiuuer. 2:30. Discussion, led by Rev. S. W. Gage. 2...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 16 March 1900

6 illll\li\u iioMioMMlilM Instructions of the Assessor to His Field Deputies. Over Kleren Thousand Aores of Ijaml to Bo Added to the Tax able liist of Property. In response to a telegram of inquiry, State Auditor Cbeetham has advised As sessor Siler an follows: "Non-resident stockholders ure entitled to net np their debts (in against their Htoek the name as resident stockholders,and there seems to be uo difference in contemplation of law where the debt may be owing. "Ah to offsets against credits, ,your interest as a tax officer in to assess the property, and the tax debtor inunt furn ish you the testimony, by sworn state ment, or otherwise, in order to avail hiniHelf of thin exemption. If proper showing in not made, of course the creditH will be accused without any de duction."' The following supplementary instruc tions have been sent to Be'ld deputy assessors: "Those seeking offsets against creditH will apply direct to this office, as held deputies do not always understand the dif...

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

THE COLFAX GAZETTE OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. I FT IIS TAIK fr^ OF SUITS AT ■|!'^l» i BETTER THAN iilr^yi^i^ We ar° selHng ;l >I'"ri;'l x:'!;i" IhK''ilwliiw tllHt 'S •siln l)l. y ""beatable for the fejfll tHHh This suit is of superior merit and style ftffil flful '. uhl roal|y ought to he Bold by us for fMflw $12.50, for that is the price for similar rilffl JIH suits at other stores. But our well estah llflffif W§ fished reputation for giving great values, Wm iiM aud our pride in doing a little, better than Mm other Btores, causes tin to make this great fitm t'tlm^ Every sale must be \ n |} 1(1 QJothinc Mjm buy back anything we trade there is no Kg? sold it if it isn't ns name that stands *^ represented. for more than ours fed H. KAMINSKY, Propr. Exclusive Mens' and Boys' Clothiers and Furnishers. MILLO \m *1900?: MILLINERY Our Spring Opening of Ladies' Hats, Bonnets and Millinery Garniture Thursday and Friday, March 29th and 30th when Mrs .]. Fisher will take pleasure in receiving a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 23 March 1900

2 WILSOXITEB DOWNED County Convention Split On Ex-Senator's Endorsement. The Aiiilh Won Out With a Big iMajority — Hay field For Our National Delegate. The republican county convention for the eleetton of delegates to the s';;te convention was held Thursday afternoon at the court house. The battle was looked upon by the delegates as a Wil son and anti-Wilson light, and so fought out. with the laurels to the antis by a large majority. Many of the delegations were divided, among them those of Col fax and Palonoe. No bitterness was shown in the light and all bowed to the will of the majority after the thing was done. Convent ion Opened. Chairman Picked! called the conven tion to order lit 2:15. The delegated lit tendance was a large one,even though the day wan an extremely wet one. For temporary chairman J. W. Mc kinie of Oakesdale named W. L. La Kollette. Dr. G. A. Chapman of Colfaz named H. If. Boone of Palouse. It was moved by S. S. King of Tekoa that three tellers be appointed to c...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 23 March 1900

JUDGE MADE A SPIEL Tried to Bake ■ Thief Believe Ho Was Not Much Gailty. Took Hair An Hour of IIIh Valuable Time in Trying to Convince Mini of It. Judge llcDooald tried very hard Tues day morning to prevent a man from breaking into the penitentiary. A few days ago Charlie Maynard of Pallman bad b $44) saddle stolen from him. Dep uty Sheriff Steward Boon captured the thief riding the saddle. He proved to be Ira Frailer, a man of about 30years. When Frazier wan brought before the *uperior court Saturday on a grand lar ceoy charge, which in a penitentiary of fense, lie pi. aded guilty. Then tbecoart postponed sentence and inquired of Sheriff < anutl the particulars of the crime. The sheriff told him of the stolen waddle am! Frazier's claim that May. nanl owed him |15. When passing the ranch Frazier found no one at home and .'M'pri>i riated the saddl ■, leaving an old ouein its place. The judge remarked then that he had a notion to have Frazier redu< c bis plea of guilty of gra...

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

4 COLFAX GAZETTE IVAN CHASE, PUBLISHES. • KutabliNhed, 1H77. Entered at the pontoffice at Colfax as second class matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATEB. Six Months, postage paid One Dollar One Year, pontage paid Two Dollars Twenty-live per cent discount for advance pnyment. COUNTY OFFICIAL NKWSPAI'KIt 1 OCT OK 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. Should Jesus enter into the newspaper business and fail to make a better paper than the Hey. ('has. M. Sheldon did of the Topeka Capital for the week he ran it to show "what Jesus would do as an editor," there would be few owners clam oring for His services. There are already two presidential tickets in the field—the middle-of-the road populist and the social democracy. The two big ones are yet to come, but if there is anyone hank...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 23 March 1900

WHAT NEIGHBORS DO Letters lull of Interesting New* Notes From Many Country Points. GUY. 1..T1 Thompson and family have gone back Missouri. The l.'Uh of March wan Mra. Susan Lot. ingV birthday Mid the M. X, aid society, of which she is a member, gave her a very pleas ant rarpdM pirly. Thirteen ladies were at and very much enjoyed the occasion. Ben Mjiiiiiiiiwr Mid family have returned from their wiuttr sojourn in California. Everybody is glad to welcome them bark. Die th u-and dollars has been received from the Maccabee order for the children of ihelata Mrs. Helen Hall, who was a member „t the local order liere. Uuy Whetsel is traveling through the B.,ise pnd walla Walla countries as agent fur an i :»-trrn nur-iry firm Dan Stover Mid l>oc Camming/a have pone to the Set Peroe reservation to locate Lrms. Mra. Geni« A. Bachua (pent hist week in the country, cuing for kin, I>ura Nagle, who lian been \ery ill, but is now recovering. Win! i wheat never looked better than now. The pro...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 23 March 1900

6 PUERTO RICO TARIFF President Kisks His Political Futnre I'pon It. Is a Party Measure and a Wise and Humane One Which the Peo ple Should Support. Washington, March 20.—Amended so as to be operative only until the citizens of PoertO Rico have Bet up civil govern ment and framed their own finance law, the hotiHe bill imposing h tariff of 15 per cent on exports from the inland will be made a party measure, and toward Mcariag its enactment into law the in- Boenee of the administration will be di rected. The president told senators who culled at the White house today that the Puerto Kiean tariff bad become a great party question, and it would be suicidal for the republicans to abandon the Stand taken. He in especially an noyed that Home republican senators have arrayed themselves so definitely on the side of free trade, Passage of the bill, he thinks, would not only be wise and humane, bat at the same time good politics. He told his callers today he was willing to risk his political fut...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 30 March 1900

THE COLFAX GAZETTE. OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. SPRING OPENING! New Goods! New Goods! The Ladie* have always regarded our upinvri /^TiTT'V'TA.T/^ ta m events to be looked forward to with A JLvJLi\ vx \Jl_ xiii\ ±i\ ijr>3 eager anticipation, and remembered with pleasure. On these occasions they were wont to grace our departßeate in large numbers by their presence and express their pleasure and appreciation of our efforts to please. This season we have a much better variety and strictly up-to-date stock, and delight our visitors by a display worthy of their patronage. In New Spring A-ttire Our big store is now laden with all the beauty and newness of the season. Attractive goods and. still more at tractive prices welcome customers to all departments. The newest, the largest, the grandest display of new and up-to-date goods ever shown in Colfax. You are Invited and Expected. Grand Opening View of Millinery Tuesday and Wednesday. April 3d and Irli. What a flutter of delightful anticipatio...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 30 March 1900

2 BRIAN TALKS TODAY Speaks From Court House Steps if Weather iH Fair. Opens His Addri'NN at Nine O'clock and Leaves lor <»;nflcl<l al Hall' I'.-tNi Ten. Hon. William J. Bryan will appear on the court house steps at Colfax this morning at '.• o'clock The length of his speech has been trimmed down from two boon, as announced last week, to about one and one-half hours. He leaves at 10:30 o'clock for (Jarheld, where a IT) minute talk will be made from the car lilatform, at about 11 o'clock. Farmington las been cut out entirely, it is now said by thnil in control, and no ppeecb will be made there. IHnner will be taken at Tekoa and an address made to the crowd. Mr. Bryan will arrive at Colfax, according to present information, on a special car at tached t<> the regular train at 4 o'clock in the morning, though this program may be changed and a special car utilized. If a dining car is attached, Mr. Kryan and his escort of prominent democrats along the line of his route will bre...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 30 March 1900

II\S CONE TO \ HEAD Complata 1 Has at Last Keen Filed Against Ncksl.v. Aiiit S l«r<-<> Yearn of Knowledge of ihe Alleged Crime, Prose cation lias Been Opened. Judge McDonald in after his arch enemy, •'• E. Nessly, correspondent of | tin- Sj..k<-in in lifvifw. with blood in ! ins eye la the days of populist victory [a 1896 the gentlemen were the wannest ' of friends and worked hand and glove to pal each other in otli-ial place; bat they h •"!! quarreled, and there has been war mi f. r many monl hs. ( innpl:i ihi AyainM Ncntily. \l.ii,ili\ afternoon the following com plaint w.ih sworn to and ordered spread apon thi 1 records of the court : "Stateof Washington vs. J. E. Nessly. R. E. Mat lock, being *ir<-1 duly sworn, <l.|iii-t-i and complains of the above named defendant, .1. E. Nessly, and charges the said J E. Newly with the crime of rape, committed as follows, to wit: That the said J. E. Nessly, in Whitman county, state of Washington, then and there being, on or a...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 30 March 1900

4 COLFAX GAZETTE IVAN CHASE, PUBLISHER. EitabliHhed, 1577. Entered at the postoffice at Collax as second class mutter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Six Months, postage paid One Dollar One Year, postage paid. Two Dollars Twenty-five por cent discount for advance payment. COUNTY OFFICIAL. NEWSPAPER The south is ringing for expansion. Protection has started southern devel opment, and business men there know that we must have foreign markets in which to sell our surplus products. The public debt is decreasing at a rapid rate notwithstanding extraordin ary expenses for the Philippine trouble. Duriug the last democratic administra tion the public debt increased, in time of peace, m just about the same ratio that it now decreases. The treasury statement for the month of February shows that the receipts of the government were (45,631,265.08, while the expenditures were only $.'i7, --827,000, leaving a surplus of $7,804, --2GJ1.08. For the eight months ending February 28th, the surplus receipts amoun...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 30 March 1900

WHAT NEIGHBORS" DO Letters Full of Interesting News Notes From Many Country Points. lUSTY. Mr. and Mrs. 11. J. Ackerman spent Fridaj in Colfaz. Mrs. W. .1. Morrow and Miss llol brook, teacher of the school in the Habbard district on Dnion flat, called at Dusty Saturday. Geo. Simmer, who had a severe attack of pneumonic fever, is able to l>c i-niiind again. His mother returned to her home at ftfedimont, Idaho, Sun day. A. E. Sumner of Murray will visit a few days belore returning home. R. B. Walker closed a successful six months' school here Friday. Mr. Walker made ninny friend* during his stay. All regret to see him go away, but hope to secure his valuable service in our echool in the future. INv. <). Koch moved his family Thursday from Dusty to his new dwell ing just computed on his farm, three miles up the Oat. Miaeefl Myrtle and Eflie Strevy of I! Ik! Hit visited their uncle, H. p. Iliir, on Willow creek a few days the past week. Mrs. Killingsworth of Tacoma, Mrs. Jsnrr"s m...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 30 March 1900

6 PUERTO » TARIFF Plain Statements Which Show Up the Opposition. It is Not in the Interests of the Ii usis and (lie Hryau Howlers Know It. New t York Mail and Express: The ease is a ?ery simple one. The presi dent nade his recoaftnendatioo laHt De cember to give Puerto Rica's products fret' access to our markets because he be lieved it iras right and bent, considering the condition of that island, and tint be cause it wan required by the constitution. He has not changed that view. If that were the Bole principle involved, we are authorized to nay, lie would insist upon it though he atood alone. Since hin rec ommendation, however, another principle has been invoked involving the most vital question connected with the whole matter of our new territorial posses sions. The president belives that con gress haH the constitutional power to levy duties upon the productH of the new territorial acquisitions. Thin is denied, especially by democrats. If they can prevent its assertion; still mor...

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