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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 10 January 1902

6 ON COUNTY RECORDS Patents and Receipts. U 8 to L N Shopshire receipt se qr 12 14 37. D S to Geo Tempero patent n hf ne qr n hf nw qr 20 16 45. U S to Rachel Tedrow patent sw qr 26 16 40. U S to .Tm Fronek nw qr 24 10 39. U Sto John C Fowler patent w hf sw qr 34 2045. U S to Anthony Schumacher c hf sw qr ac qr nw qr It 2 30 18 39 ;>at?nt. Deeds. H H Halsey to Hiram Mitchell et al Ita 0 7 and c hf sw qr 0, Its 1 2 and c hf nwqr7l7 42 3200 00 Wm H Woodhouse to A W Freda tract in se 35 18 43 1750 00 Geo W Hall U Wm H Woodhouse sw qr 3ti 18 43 3000 00 Mrs A A Long to H Leid tract in El berton. 5 00 John Boy lea to Jas I Luper tract in se qr ne qr JS IS 46 4000 00 W B Ayer et al trustees to Wm Huntley tract 29 18 41 1533 19 W B Ayer et al trustees to Wm Huntley so qr 13 17 41 1080 00 W B Ayer et al trustees to Wm Huntley Its 1 2 c hf nw qr 19 17 41 1203 00 C L Hoffman to H J Kressly nw qr and BhfSSnw qr and Bhf3s 18 41. 100 00 N B Welton to Wm Hoare ne qr 22 20 45 . 4500 00 Fred V Wa...

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. — 17 January 1902

THE COLFAX GAZETTE TWENTY-FIFTH YEAR. TobaCCO Factory Tprices Saving made arrangements to sell all kinds of Tobacco at Factory Prices, we quote as follows: Star Plttff, Hi oz 45 cents Sawlojf, 1« oz 45 cents HorseslMH', HJ oz 45 cents Seal of North Carolina, l«>-oz Cans OO cents Dixie Queen, l«-oz Cans 4O cents Hull Durham, 1-oz Package 4 cents Dixie Queen, IS-oz Package -* cents The Store That Is Making Colfax Famous. I s Colfax a Jay Town? igjw 1 Say No! \Jm/ Will ColfHx people bay good Jewelry when they f^**^ bave the opportunity ? I Say Yes! / Ik And the trade of this store, which grows year 0' .2 a m hy >enr. proves it. ■■'''^'•'^js^lSs*''*'*! :S|a Our stock in lartr^r than ever be- & 5^ :& ii >k V^ fore and all your want*, in the '"^^^is^^^^^^^^^s^ Jewelry line can t»e supplied here. CITY JEWELRY STORE >1. ROSE. BARROLL & MOHNEY ©P^^l Are You MiWiSft- M Hunting -£' V/ Y^ » for bargains in up-to date and haud \\ f jy «ome cook stoves, ranges or heatern, ...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 17 January 1902

2 RBTIKB AND REFUND Half of the (onnty Bonds May Soon Be Called In. Citizens and Banks, With Cash Galore, Eager to Take Up the Kemalnder. Whitman county's $200,000 bonded indebtednen —by the way, all it owes—is not the bugbear und thing of fright it once was. Plans are being laid by th< board of commissioners to exercise the option held by the county by virtue of the agreement under which the bonds were issued in 18'.>2 to call in and retire them at will at the expiration of ten years, which will be April 1 of this year. There is now on baud in the county treasury, available for this purpose, about |100,000, and it has practically been decided to use it for the redemption of about half the outstanding bond* as soon as the option can be taken advan tage of. This will leave but $100,000 for the eastern holders to draw interest on and reduce this fixed annual charge of $10,000 by half. Those in a position to know confi dently assert that many citizens of the county are eager to i...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 17 January 1902

BUSINESS OF COUNT! Official Proceedings of Board of County Commissioners. Claim* Paid, Road and Tax Matters Adjusted, Court Steno- Krapher Ijet Out. Proceedings of the board of county coiiiiiuHKtoners of Whitman county Washington, at the regular meeting held on January G, 1902. Present OomniifNrionen Hinchliff, Klemgard and Wiliard. The following salary and gen eral claims were allowed out of the cur rent expense fund: 0 G Kat.y, couatv auditor §133 S3 uH \fl ty ' ,(le f)u;v auditor 75 oo il H \\ heeler, deputy auditor 70 00 Maud L Manh, index clerk 70 00 Geo g- X Lee, clerk m auditor* office 00 00 Minmo Oinvr, clerk in auditor's office aud oopyi-4 64 2b" • Jrt.i-i ilnuiiiton, work on tax rolla 70 W Bnuaa L SUrk, work on tax rolls 70 00 Georgia Hanni», work on tax rolls 70 00 Faj ni • .1 Davis, copyist 55 GU Theaia Matzger, copyist 02 98 Mrs it Zweifel, cop; i a t Q0 96 W .1 \v indua, ciunty treas 154 17 L E Allen, dtipt treiw 75 CO EX 1 tellinger, clerk tn as office ..... 70 00 A 1...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 17 January 1902

4 COLFAX GAZETTE IVAN CHASE, ITBUSHER. Established, 1877. Entered at the poßtoffiee at Colfax ai second class matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Six Months, postage paid One Dollar One Year, postage paid Two Dollars Twenty-tive per cent discount for advance payment. County and City Official Paper. Why a man should hang himself after living 90 years, as was the cane with a man in New York the other day, is a conundrum. He should have attended to the matter earlier in life. A New York newspaper man has dis covered that neither the British, French or German ronsulates in that town in dulge in the luxury of a telephone, wherefore he lodges complaint. European countries are sending repre sentatives to the United States to study all sorts of subjects, from trusts and railroad mergers down. We art- a great people and can show them several tricks well worth the expense of the trip and investigation. Adverse action by the senate on the Nicaragua canal bill with which it is now wrestling would give ...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 17 January 1902

HOHT IW IT TMt >»OOI|I, « BAMH.E CO, CIHCmHATI. ■ ' W A LESSON IN VALUES. |||||OLLAR for dollar, pound for pound, there is « more in Ivory Soap than in any household | Pi s^P- It is easy to find a cheap soap; but WMLJ to find purity and low price in a single soap is not easy. They combine in Ivory Soap. You can afford to use it in the laundry; you can not afford not to use it elsewhere. It is vegetable-oil soap, in the cheapest form in which it can be pro cured. You pay nothing for a fancy box, wrapper or perfume. It is all in the soap! It floats. THE LITTER WRITERS Some Thiugs Other People are Doing and Saying. AL.BION. A Christian church revival is in progress. Meetings have good attendance and are fuli of interest. Friend* from Buffalo, N. V., arrived last ww-k to visit L. N. Anderson. The new hell for Lynch school house was broken last .Monday night, it is believed will fully so by some one. There are several cases of pneumonia in town. .1. H. Armstrong arrived home from Cali...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 17 January 1902

6 LIPPITTS SEMI-ANNUAL | | CLEARING and REMNANT SALE ! Commencing January 17th, and continuing throughout the month of Jan nary, with its thousands of reduced prices on all winter goods. The greatest \ clearing sale on record. Nothing reserved. Don't miss it; come early. I Ladies' Finest Kid Ladies^llisses'TTX^^^T^T3]V/^TTCIT TTVTQ Men's, Youths' and m and Children's <J 1^ UjJjXilVl U ks±Jlll k^ D , m »- Gloves. B Boys Clothing. __, ,_ __. ._ ._. . | They are all put in at this great clearing sale at Dont Miss this splendid chance. ° j, j i v rjlpariliff- A splendid lot of kid gloves, black TVnT^ _OlTllVTr_n TiTGrirvTTIVTm neauceu lor and all colors in all sizes, the jj J^J X Jli JtC Vyl_i_J_N _L UXfeUO LJ JN 1_ • I This & 1*1 reduction is hroad and $1.50 quality, sale price $1 00 jj j comprehensive. 1.25 quality, sale price 80 j S Men's all-wool suits, former n ■in r m i n■■ r :: prices 750 to $9-00- Oreat Corset Re B^Bl CleaPaiiCe Ol CIOaKS, SllltS, Fiti^SJ&F ![ \ Sale ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 24 January 1902

THiLCOLFAX GAZETTE TWENTY-FIFTH YEAR The Kiihn Hardware Co. SUCCESSOR TO THE Livingstone Hardware Co. AT THE OLD STAND. Corner Main and Wall Streets, Colfax. Our new goods are arriving daily and are being marked at prices that will be a revelation to Hardware buyers. We can positively save you money on your purchases in our line and invite you to call and reap the benefit. We want your hardware trade and propose to merit it by the quality and variety of our stock and our low prices. Remember the Place— Livingstone's Old Corner. The Kuhn Hardware Co. I. R CHADWrCK, Manager. Something* New. W ( | r*^~3*s3wßh9| ,i£r9B I ,*'■'■■ I „. i | W Double Action Tripple-Greared Mill. For Small Grain and Ear Corn. Full Car Just Received. CANTON Harrows Superior Drills Stuciebaker Wagons, Hacks and Buggies. COLFAX, WASHINGTON 1< i.l :x i j uje Steel 4TXNTKDBKIT. 11, IPOOt ifO, 057,872 Colfax Implement Company w ,^r^., ty It will pay you to examine CAKLKY'S ROLLER FEED MILL Before investing your...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 24 January 1902

2 GIGANTIC LAND DIAL McGregor Bros. Bought Twenty- Three Thousand Acres. Lies West of a Line Drawn From Hooper to Riparia. Between Snake and Palouae Rivers. Another Whitman county land deal of somewhat gigantic proportion Van made a few days ago, when McGregor Bros., the sheep kings of the Palouse country, purchased 23,000 acres of Northern Pacific railroad lands, in odd section*, in the extreme BouthweHtern corner of the county. A line drawn from Uiparia, on Snake river, about north to Hooper, ou the 0. R. & X. railroad, practically forms the eaetern boundary of the purchase, and the Paloune river in the western bouudHry. The McGregor* already owned a large acreage in that viciuity, and t hi« big deal givee them proprietary control of 80,000 acres of fine grazing land, though not tit for ag ricultural purposes. The tract is grass land and not cage brush and is an ex cellent stock range. The owners now have 15,000 head of sheep on their big ranch and will add some cattle after e...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 24 January 1902

MACADAMIZE STREET Council Talks Improvement of »am This Summer. Project for a Bridge and Opening Of the Thoroughfare North is Also ltevived. A proposal to macadamize or other wise suitably improve at least that por tion p| Main street in the chief business district of Colfaz was discussed at some length at an adjourned meeting of the city council held Monday evening. It was decided to send a committee to iu spert work in this line done at Moscow and Co prepare plaus and estimates of cost of the proposed work for future guidance. The sorry condition of the principal business street has brought considerable support from the people to such a project, and it is probable that a why will be found in the near future for the currying out of this needed im provt-meut. The old proposition looking to the erection of a bridge across the South I'alouse west of the court house and the opening of Main street over it straight through to the 0. H. <fc N. passenger depot was revived and discussed ...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 24 January 1902

4 COLFAX GAZETTE IVAN CHASE, PUBLISHER. Established, 1877. Entered at tbe postofflee at Colfax as second clam matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Six Months, postage paid One Dollar One Year, postage paid Two Dollars Twenty-five per cent discount for advance payment. County and City Official Paper. O. R. * N Time Card. To Portland 7:05 p no. To Spokane 6:35 a.m. 3:10 p.m. To 1' ndleton 11:05 a in. 7:05 p.m. From Moscow 10:15 a.m. 3:00 pm. To Moscow 11:15 a.m. 7:35 pm. The town of Weeping Water, Ne braska, is already on the lookout for a Fourth of July orator. The address of the Hon. William McDonald is Orofino, Idaho. The rights of union employes seem to have been placed on new ground when an Ohio grand jury indicted an iron plant manager for discharging a mnn with a union card. Senator Teller is said to be alone in the senate in opposition to an isthmian canal. There are two like him in the house, one from Virginia and another from Minnesota, but they will make a puny trio. Idaho populists...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 24 January 1902

M^ES^S!!I™.£ALR [ TH.!..fAJR I THE FAIR THE FAIR CLEARING UP JANUARY SALE SPECIAL BARGAINS THROUGHOUT THE ENTIRE STORE. t» enumerate I few of ?i ' , " '"" are Offeri"g at ** salfc We *■■ <"'<leav.,r lun'CT^ » fe» «»> the ...any bargains that will be displayed for your i..s.,ectiou. f^Sb A regular 8c Oating Flannel, b K ht " — —— _ _ _ __^ ¥5 "iHSSt-S" A g lane<, through ,he store „«, ISSSSS,!' 8 Ula I/ counters are all cleared for action, l&^^^z—^ 1,3 \ v $3.00, our price for this rale $1 69 Ladies' heavy Jersey ribbed vests, \ «j. Every article is hacked by our K""'"pri" «« I;<B Hf / i/-"i W j^^^^^^B* m& Jtt «• f>) A JS^XzIPPP*!"^ We have a large lino of Men's odd C^> .i(^^^W!^aWßWl^^ m/m mMUM Mllilt^ pants, worth |3.r,0, $.'! 00 |2 7f> 115 00 nv,rc«»t., M le price $10 00 HfMSlffil WMjP Mg&^^B MJ^ P^liill •"•■■'• h- WH' "' ""^ «O l 7 00 Overcn^s'sale Pri CC '00 'l^lßi^F -* W^^ ||/^f V^-J^g '# Genuine witch hazel toilet wap,""a 000 Overcoats'sale ...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 24 January 1902

G MRS. LOWE'S WORK. WHAT PRESIDENT OF GENERAL FED ERATION OF WOMEN IS DOING. Especially lnttr. —!• .1 In the Better ment of Women and Children Who Are Wane K»rner»-\ow Planning Fur the Next Iliennial Convention. fßp«!ci«l Correspondence.] Los Angeles, Cal., Dec. 21.—Mrs. Rebecca I K Lowe, the president of the (fcoMal Federation of Women's Clubs, la at present a very busy woman. She b.jt recently returned from Europe to her Atlanta (<ia.i home to find an im mense amount of official business ■wafting her disposal. That out of the way, she hastened to New York to at tend a meeting of the executive com- MKS. LOWE DICTATING i TO HEX SECRETARY. uiittee of the General Federation and is now here engaged witli the local committee in planning for the next bi ennial convention, which is to be held In this city, beginning May 1, 1902. Mrs. Lowe is an enthusiast where women's clubs are concerned. The most important work now before club women Is. she believes, along indus trial lines. The bett...

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. — 24 January 1902

C O^TWIftNT I#M Wt TM| PROCTER A 6AMjti ca cihaihb.t A GREAT MAN'S IDEA. f 1 ENIUS, as Ruskin defines it, is simply a superior power of seeing. Have you 1 the genius to see how important an element in the success of your house-keeping is the use of Ivory Soap? Judged by the work it does Ivory is the cheapest soap in America to-day. It is harmless. Embroideries, laces and delicate stuffs should be washed only with Ivory Soap. THE UTTER WRITERS Some Things Other People are Doing and Saying. ALBION. Mm. Jeunings and daughter are spend ing a few weeks with relatives at Lenorr, Idaho. Mrs. Susanna McKenz'e is visiting a sister in Dayton. We forgot to meution in last week's items a recent game of ball in which tbe town beat the college 7 to 3. There is an eight pound son in the borne of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wilson, who live on the David Hull place, near Karoiac. P. Stevenson, the miller, haa been quite ill with rheumatism for several (JftVH. •jinuuie Steveus is home, metaling fust from hit*...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 24 January 1902

8 I IJPPITT^SEMI^NNUAL | I CLEARING and REMNANT SALE Commencing January 17th, and continuing throughout the month of Jan | vary, with its thousands of reduced prices on all winter goods. The greatest I clearing sale on record. Nothing reserved. Don't miss it; come early. | Ladies' Finest Kid Ladies' Misses' TTXrrn^T^MTTQT TATQ Men's, Youths' and • GW« »- Children's *J -i U X_XilV± U k}JL±i\ W D ,„. „. moveb< m , ■! Boys Clothing. Don't Miss this splendid chance, ij &11 P Ut in at this grea* clearing Sale at f A splendid lot of kid gloves, black -m-^-.---*-^ ,^,-^---_---»- -»--. -^ i' Reduced for Clearing. and all colors in all sizes?the *>0 T^TT/P PTTIVTT TITWr^OTTXTHn __U IT JL_ X\ \U J__l_l X JLJ _I_OVy Vj U J_N This great reduction is broad and $1.50 quality, sale price $1 00 !; ]! comprehensive. 1.25 quality, sale price 80 ~~~~~~~~~~s~>~*~~~ ~~~™™~~™^ jj Men , g all . wool guitSj former f| ■ f*| m g*m | #1 ■ I P" prices $7.50 to $9.00. Great Corset r, Great Clearanc...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 31 January 1902

THE.^COLFAX GAZETTE. TWENTY-FIFTH YEAR LIPPITTS Semi"Annual Clearance —=— and Remnant Sale With the thousands of Reduced Prices on all Winter Goods. The greatest clearing sale on record. Don't miss it. JULIUS LIPPITT The Pioneer Merchant, - - - Colfax, Washington. Agent for the Buttnrick Patterns. Mail Orders promptly attended to. TobaCCO Factors-Prices V Having made arrangements to sell all kinds of Tobacco at Factory Prices, we quote as follows: Star Plus, I<> oz 45 cents Sawlog, 1« oz 45 cents Horseshoe, IC> oz 45 cents Seal of JJorth Carolina, l«-oz Cans ttO cents Dixie Queen, Hi-oz Cans 40 cents Bull Durham, 1-oz Package 4 cents Dixie Queen, 2-oz Package 4 cents The Store That Is Making Colfax Famous. CLOSING OUT SALE -OF RUBBER GOODS We are cloning out at actual cost our entire line of heavy rubber goods, such aa Rubber Boots, in all styles, Overs for German sooks and felt boots, Arctics for men, women and children. Also all our Leather Bo>.ts for men and boys will...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 31 January 1902

2 a racej^wiNTi Brisk Brerze From the North land Blew it In. Temperature Touched Ten Degrees Below Zero At Coifax Monday Morning Though somewhat delayed, the Pa louse country, in common with the en tire coast and the middle west as far east as Illinois, has at lust had a touch of genuine winter weather, and there is frost, uot only on the pumpkin, but in the ground. The st inn king rode in al most unannounced on a brink cold wind Irom the north Friday morning, bring ing Sbow for a few hours, which scurried and twirled and drifted into sheltered places during the day. The snowfall was light for the day, however. The mercury stood in the morning at 10 degre> s above zero, and the went her bureau predicted a fall of 20 degrees in temperature before morning, or to about 10 decrees below zero, with z»to weather following for several days. Saturday morning at Co!fnx the signal service self registering thermometer of Governor •lames, voluntury observer, marked 5 degrees below zero. Sund...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 31 January 1902

FRUIT MjjNjN SESSION The Second Annual Convention Closed at Spokane. President Tannatt Attain Elected— A Double Standard Apple llox Was Adopted. The nerond annual convention of the Inland Empire Horticultural and Flori cultural association closed Saturday afternoon at Spokane, after a successful session of three days. The convention whs well attended, uot only by promi nent fruitgrowers of the great region it represents, but by prominent lecturers and t-xperts in the various branches of the industry. A number of new mem bers were enrolled. One of the important acts of the con vention was the adoption by the asso ciation of a standard apple box. The box is to contain 2241 cubic inches of space and will be made in two shiipes, in order to conform to the differ ent varieties of apples. One piz" will be 10x11x30 'i H inches, inside measure, and »he other will be 10 1-2xll 1-2xlß 9 1 <> inches, inside measure. A Doited States standard bushel con tains 2150 42 cubic inches, so that ...

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. — 31 January 1902

4 COLFAX GAZETTE IVAN CHASE, PUBLISHER. Kstablished 1877. Entered at the postoffice at couax a« 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 and City Official Paper. O. a. & N. Time Card. To Portland 7:05 p.m. T«PP°H, ane 6:35 a.m. 3:10 p.m. v Fr°^ leton 11:05 am. 7:or. p.m. *Rom Moscow. 10:15 a.m. 3:00 p.m. lo Moscow 11:15 a.m. 7:35 p.m. Ten degrees below zero was the point to which the mercury dropped its lowest at Colfax; but there was no suffering of either people or unsheltered stock, such as the eight degrees below recorded at Chicago and the blizzard in Nebrnska brought. All over the Palouse country pur chases of farmH and stock ranches con tinue. While prices are somewhat stiffer than a few mouths ago, it in generally considered by buyers that our rich soil is still going at less than its actual value. The vanguard of the great array of homeseekers...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 31 January 1902

PART AND PARCEL. |Mfl DAINTY box, an exquisite wrapper, a deli m%>, fu tC Sf' and ? fragrance— yet all HIH these will not cleanse the skin! Has it ever ip^Joccured to you that you pay big prices for these things? Do you care to buy five articles or do you require only one—a strictly pure soap. Remember you pay for perfume whenever you buy it mixed with soap. Don t you think it is wiser to make your own selection of perfume and buy it separately? It is certainly the method adopted by most persons of culti vated taste, those who bathe with pure Ivory Soap. rVORY SOAP - 99 <»tSo PER CENT. PURE. THE LETTER WRITERS Some Things Other People are Doing and Saying. ALBION. The ice harvest is on. Christian church meetings continue, with much interest. Wilber Keith sold a farm hoise last week for $125. Mrs. Irv Rice and son Harold are viciting here from Culdesac, Idaho. Forty people "surprised" Mrs. Clara Baldwin the 22nd of this month, this being her birthday. A man by the name of Buree...

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