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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 6 April 1900

THE COLFAX GAZETTE. OFFICIAL CODNTI PAPER. FREE! FS>~*3! Our new and. lunicl *< >ii v *\y illustr;itecl Spring 1 and Summer Catalogue is now ready. A_ postal mailed to us will get one ii-(H^ of oliarge. THE FAIR WAITK BLOCK, MAIN STREET. MLLINERY*I9OO*MILLINERY Our Spring Opening ol Ladies' Hats, Bonnets and Millinery Garniture WILL BE HELD ON Thursday and Friday, March 29tli and 80th when Mrs. ,1. Fisher will take pleasure in receiving and attending to the calls of her many lady patrons. The entire line is a very attractive one, selected by her exclusive); in the various Eastern markets, and consists of many new and beautiful styles. Our Spring and Summer Novelties in Dry Goods are being daily re ceived and placed on sale, and when all are delivered will consist of Silk Waists, Silk Skirts, Silk Wraps, Summer Silks for Skirts, Waists and Suits, Ties, Belts, Buckles, Parasols, Ribhons, Embroideries, Matched Sets of Embroideries, All Over Embroideries, Laces, All-Over Laces,...

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. — 6 April 1900

2 . M* DONALD AND Mil Judge Ordered 1 he Latter Arrest ed for Perjury. Nownpaprr Man Charged the Court with Suhornatini) of IVrjury. In the Nessly caw, after the filing by Attorney Hanna for the defense the sen sational charges against Judge McDon ald, to be found on page .'5, It. A. Sims, former ■bertff, testified that he had taken 11. K. James, a convict to the peniten tiary; that on the way .James told him that Needy had put Mrs. McDonald into Leonard's cell; that lie told Prosecutor liathews of this and they both agreed that James' story could not be given credence because he wan a convict for the second time arid had also had trouble with Nessly. He hat! spoken to Nessly about it and Nessly declared it was ur true. Later I/onard told him it was true. He then told Nessly there was no nne denying it, and Nessly then said he did it through ay mpa thy with Leonard. II E. Mat lock, former deputy sheriff, at the afternoon Kent-ion, gave his testi mony. The room wan well filled by tho...

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. — 6 April 1900

THE MSTT CASE 18 HP Courl I sod His Russian Powers fo Squelch. Against Him Orders an Interesting Docvmeal \Va« Placed <)n Record. The court is still doing business. On the complaint sworn out by It. E. Mat lock, who has been promised that he would In- made sheriff in cat-.- of convic tion, J. E Xessly wis brought to trial i"v t*day on Judge McDonald'h charge of rape by proxy. Court was convened at the dark hour of H in the morning— something unuaual and entirely unex pected by the sensation loving public. Nttwlj jh charged with a serious offense against public montlH and common de cency. Et. A. SiniH, former populist sher iff, \.\n< tin 1 only witness in the house when time wan called and he was put on the stand. When he walked to the stand X K. Hanna, attorney for Nessly, mildly asked to tile a paper with the clerk. "Sit dowi I' 1 Judge McDonald said. Hanna insisted half a dosen times that be should be heard. The court ended it by thundering: "Judge Hanna, sit down. If you pe...

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. — 6 April 1900

4 COLFAX GAZETTE IVAN CHASE, PUBLISHER Established, 1H77. Entered at the postoflice nt Colfax as second class mutter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Six Months, postage paid One Dollar One Year, postage paid Two Dollars Twenty-five per cent discount for advance payment. COUNTY OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER W. Jennings Bryan came and went. He talked to the I'aloufiera and was loth to leave them. The people listened to him patiently and raised no noise. \V. Jennings Bryan played the fanner before the I'alousers. His admirers spent their good money collected from dtizsnfl of all political stripes to send a carriage for him at the depot. He was among people who walk after plows and of course preferred to hoof it. He would ride in New York. Mr. Bryan talked to a few people on the court house grass the other day. It was a mild ant] orderly crowd, with due rt'«[>;rt for the grass. They cavorted not, but listened in respectful silence to the words of the Nebraska colonel. No noise was made except by the state...

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. — 6 April 1900

WHAT NEIGHBORS DO Letters Full of Interesting News Notes From Many Country Point*. THF. FIKST VOTE. Ah tin 1 minds of the masses become Bred with political seal preparatory to the coming conflict, it behooves every one to study well the condition of na tional affairs. The first opportunity for exercising the right of suffrage will come to more thm a million young men at thegeoeral flection next November. An event of the greatest importance to every Ameri can citisen, since the first vote deter mines, in large measure, the nature of those to follow. The first ballot almost universally shapes the political future ot the individual. It is true that Home do leave early party affiliations, but such are exceptions to the general rule. In view of this fact, we can readily under- Btand why it i«" ho important that the voter should choose intelligently. It too often happenH that young men cant fln ir lirst ballots an their fathers do, UN a matter of course, and never stop to study politics f...

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. — 6 April 1900

6 OUR TRADE IK GRAIN Wheat Exports in Sliapeof Flour Steadily (w rowing. Exportation of (.rain it* Itapully Increasing Until We Are Now the Greatest. The grain trade of the United States is the subject of a monograph just pub lished ty the treasury bureau of statis tics as the first of a series of studies up on the production and transportation of the great staples and upon the internal commerce of the country, says Hrad street's. It deals with the grain trade historically, showing the supplanting of the Erie canal by the railroads in the carriage of grain eastward, the rise of the great nortwestern milling center,and the growth of our export trade in w heat, flour an corn. It is shown that the ex portation of grain is increasing with great rapidity, that both the production and exportation of corn are assuming a greater volume and that a constantly growing portion of our wheat is export ed in the form of Hour. During the last thirty-two years the amount of corn produced has increas...

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. — 13 April 1900

TH&XOLFAX GAZETTE OFFICIAL COUNT* PAPER. GRAND OPENING OF«^ NEW SPRING STOCK! Twentieth Century Ideas. Values, not words, are our dependence, and this adv. tells of some wonderful bargains we offer you at bedrock prices, and in return we ask that without skepticism or prejudice you give us the chance to demonstrate that all of our statements will hear the searchlight of truth. Goods Have Ad- in every department you will find ranced—but pricf lower th? n wf could bu? goods were we forced to go into the markets and pay the prices ruling today. We Occupy a For- today with goods on hand and due tuiiate Position on c'ontrac^ 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 Undervalue I**™* our customers the benefit which comes to us from long-standing contracts that are not as yet wholly filled. COTTON PIECE GOODS. 20 yards of [ndigo Blue Prints for $...

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. — 13 April 1900

2 SHELL THE SklkS Nessly Nays Judge McDonald Must Defend Himself. Declares There Are Groundu For Criminal Charges Against His Dignify. J. E. Neaslv has furnished his 82000 bond imposed upon him by Judge MeDona.ld, for appearance before Judge Thomas Brenta May 5 Judge Brents will preside over the jury term opening April "JX Nesaly's bond is Higned by H. W. Livingstone and J. D. Ellin of Colfax. On the charge of ]>erjury. for which Judge Mcl )<>nal<i ordered him under $ir>oo additional, no notice has been taken and no bond tiled. This charge was made by the judge because Net-sly, in his motion for a change of venue, plainly charged McDonald, who sat as a magistrate and heard his case, with four dif ferent couiits of subornation of perjury ia at ttmpting to pomade and force prisoners and others to give evidence against Newly. No complaint has ever been filed or warrant imiort against Nessly on the charge of perjury, •Judge McDonald, in his imperialistic way, ■imply order...

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. — 13 April 1900

TREED UNDER A TREE Colfax Soldier Hoy raptured a Filipino Major. A Itope .iikl a i.imh Quite Effective in Making an Insar- U<mh Salic. The following letter has j i ] >— t ben re ceived from (icon;.- W Hull, a Colfax boy now an enlisted man in Company C, 35th Infantry, nerving in tie Philip pinet>: NorsMgnray, I. I, Feb. 0—! have been kept quite busy nitice I readied the inland*, the first three weeks having I ecu ppent in wading through mud and water, and in the hospital. The npt ni the time we bHve been hiking <><.-« r tbe hills and mountains in peaich >.' the i-ih my. but ho far have only loin the real thing two or three tir.ns I u,tH very much surprint-d ! ■ Bnd Mich large river* and hiuh mountain*. The principal trees Hie mahogany and ham boo. All, or nearlj all the land that i«a not cultivated is povered with tall gram from four to twelve tut hiuh. The uiountaius have precipitous hides, mid h'iiii>- ol the trans arc so Hteep thut it is \cry difficult tor...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 13 April 1900

1 COLFAX GAZETTE IVAN CHASE, PUBLISHER. Established, 1877. Entered at the postofflce at Colfax as second class matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATEB. Six Months, postage paid One Dollar One Year, pontage paid Two Dollars Twenty-five per cent discount for advance payment. COUNTY OFFICIAL NKWSI'AI'KK Washington republicans are excellent platform builders. They write good re publican doctrine when they meet. Admiral I>ewey said in an interview at Philadelphia that he had never voted in his life. Mis interest in politics comes rather sudden. Didn't ihe great American people clult together and buy Dewy a costly residence in Washington? Why isn't he contented to leave the White bonra for some poor fellow who can't pay rent? The future of iron and ste» I prices seeuiH t«> be uncertain. There is a larfcf" and increHsing demand, but it is pre dicted by some prominent authorities that the building of new works will in crease the supply to a point that will lower prices. The salt trust is now salte...

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. — 13 April 1900

WHAT NEIGHBORS DO Letters Kiill of Interesting News Notes From Mirny Country Palate. Ol'Y. Plowing, harrowing, medlng, garden planting and cleaning door yards in the present pressing business of (hiy and vicinity. Mrs. 8. S. Roberts and John Hire have M sister visiting them from Pendleton Oregon. ' Carpenters arc building liert Rice's house. Work was begun Tuesday. I'rof. Baldwin in away, traveling in the interests of the D. B. college at thin place. The funeral of Miae Nichols, whose death wan briefly recorded last week was tbe largest by far, of any ever held in thin place It was held in the I. H church, Dr. Keooyer officiating. Tbe remains were interred in Gay cemetery The parents have our heartfelt Bvtn pathy. Mrs. Mary Marlett and daughter, Mis* Msie, <.f the Buffalo Hump country visit, d relatives at thin place last week' Coming Men of America reorganised a lodge here last wick. Thin order in rapidly gaining ground, with solid or ganizations throughout the United States. Ea...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 13 April 1900

6 BUSINESS OF COUNTY Official Proceedings During the April Meeting. Scalps of Three Hundred and Thir ty Marauding Coyotes Were I'aid For. CommuMiooen proceedings for April 2, 3 and !>, 1900, The board of county commissioners met iv regular session on April 2nd, 1900. Present, Commission ers Hinchliff and Willard. General Claims Allowed. The following general claims were ex amined and allowed: Allen, G S services as field deputy assessor $ 55 50 Ahrains, W E salary clerk in assessor's office CO 00 Amos, Thos & Co, blacksmithing for sheriff 0 40 Bellinger, X E clerk in treasurers office 75 00 Braniwt'll Bros, printing for county officers 51 50 Barroll it Muhney, supplies for court house 1140 Bodine, S A repairing Elberton bridge. 90 10 Baker, A D services as field deputy assessor GO 93 Crisp, J V services as field deputy as sessor 07 50 Cunningham, J R services as tield dep uty assessor 09 74 Codd Bros, furniture for assessor's of fice 4 00 Canutt, Joseph boarding prisoners ......

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. — 20 April 1900

THE COLFAX GAZETTE. OFFICIAL COONTY PAPER. GET A HAT BRUSH Phrl. JMF*~~^”~ F*m~™*T%gU& '- The illustration shows a r^^)UH i/Jp^J HAT BRUSH I '^jfjfe^ ° 'G!?^*?*- whlch can G carried in your Hat I y>l without inconvenience. • ■ °II('FFeel cc with every f L 3 -«««»^Ki purchase of a Hat. New Spring Styles in Mens' Stiff and Soft Hats WE ARE SOU-: AGENTS HPT^T?!) XT 4 m FOR THE CELEBRATED A ltjXljlt XXAI. [f you want a Good Hat for little money, buy one of our 81.50 Challenger Hats. All the correct styles and colors. Every Hat guaranteed. A complete line of Boys' and Childrens' Fancy Hats and Caps. Our Motto: The Best is Always the Cheapest. MILLINERY *1900* MILLINERY Our Spring Opening of Ladies' Hats, Bonnets and Millinery Garniture WAS AN EVENT IN COLFAX AND CONTINUES WITH GItEAT SUCCESS Mrs. J. Fisher will take pleasure in receiving and attending to tlie calls of her many lady patrons. The entire line is a very attractive one, selected by her exclusively in the various Easter...

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. — 20 April 1900

2 FDR FIMII WATER City Council Asks for Proposals For Artesian Wells. Hope to Secure a I'urer and Better Supply Than That Now in Use. The city fathers have Dot yet given up the matter of a purer and better water supply for Oolfax. Much time and some money have been spent in frnitloM endeavora to obtain a ■afficMOt supply of spring or ordinary well water, but ho fur without success. After Artesian AVater. At the Monday evening meeting of the council a new tack was taken and it was de cided to bore into the bowels of the earth in an attempt to secure artesian water, if proper proporah for the work could be had. With this idea in view the clerk was author ized to advertise for bids, to ba tiled on or be fore June 4, for the pinking of a Bowing well or well«, to supply at least 200,000 gallons of water each 24 hours, bidden to furnish all tools and apparatus for doing the work, and th« city reserving theri^ht to reject any or all bids. While one or two attempts have been made in yearn p...

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. — 20 April 1900

MISSES FOR FORAGE Valuable Bulletin Jusf Issued By Fxporimont Station. Scientific ami Practical Troatthe On Raatern Washington Pasl lire (irasscH, Hi- m«»«l v..h).u,!,. bulletin vt itwited From ihe <•.-,:.- tgru>ulrar*l College at I'utloinn Inr lh»- iii*t.ru.-r , , , :ll , ( | |„,I l(. |i r 1 • iii-s of WHnbinirton i* bulletin Vl '"'• bj Prof w .1 Spillman [t t" i's pxhiniMivelj ;,,..! [mirtieallj „f "Forage PlantHin Wa»rriuicton," nod is r*pwi«llj v.-ilu-itti,. i , rh- P • ; >.. rl , purr i>l the s'nt,. All rlmmeters <»f K rns«es adapted m..r,» vt i i in our mhlm are dis c-ijHi«-f|, with him wn«i directions For «um««ftil growing. [*rofe*w>rs Klton 1 nliii-r and -\ . I!. rleiletnan of the ;!. - part men t nl chemistry have icmied bulle tin N... 4() on "K.Ttiliz-r^." and Profea -<>r I;. \\. |).,„,„. „[ til ,, ,|,. f);u . rm( >, !t , )f hui.mv Find zoology, bolletio No. 42 on "A New Suear !'.••.■! R *t." „n > ] other id i-<rtM attackine t be beer. Whil...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 20 April 1900

4 COLFAX GAZETTE IVAN CHASE, PUBUBHKR. Established, 1877. Entered at the postoffioe at Oolfax as second class matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Six Months, postage paid One Dollar One Year, postage paid Two Dollars Twenty-five per rout dlKOant for advance payment. COUNTY OFFICIAL NKWSPAPKK In May the populists will reverberate at Sioux Kails. In July the democrats will supply the echo at Kansas City. W. Jennings Bryan was for four \ears a member of congress. Can anyone point to a piece of general and beneficial legislation which he promoted? Admiral Dewey and General Miles are the respective heads of the army and navy of the Doited States. Colonel Bryan has been cornered. He cannot talk about either of them. People who gave of their goon money to induce Mr. Bryan to find fault with all thingn governmental in their pres ence are the most supremely disgusted ones. He failed to come up to the gen eral idea of greatness, and they feel somewhat like the man who haci played an engagement with a...

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. — 20 April 1900

WHAT NEIGHBORS DO Letters Full of Interesting News Xotea From Many Country Points. liA GItOSSK. Har.y Hooper, who has been attending Whitman ooUege at Walla Walla, returned to bu heiino last week. Mr. and Mrs. William Chandler of Ilay were in town last week, transacting business li\'>'J urw\', who iB attenili »iK Public school at \\ alia \V alia, made his folk* a visit last week, returning on Friday's train. Miss Sims of Hay was hero last Saturday Bieaan. Joseph (.'handler and Stevens are now fencing school section 36, just north of us Mr I own of Lower PftJooae was here trad lnt,' Monday. Merchant T. H. Shobe made a trip to Pena wawa .Sunday. He reports everything looking lovely m the orchards down there County Surveyor E. C. Murray' is here sur veying the now La Cn.sse and Willow Creek road. W. B. Morgan and Mr. Snyder are the viewers; while Messrs. Molee, Eldredge .lames end Lotb«r Broylea are assuiing Mr' Murray m the survey. Mrs. ()*ie Martin, who has been visiting her paren...

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. — 20 April 1900

6 (JEMS FROM TOM FITCH Wonderful Speech By a Promi- nent Kimetallist. Krrr> Coinage of Silver Made Ridic ulous By Its Injudicious Advocates. The celebrated Tom Fitch recently de livered a speech in Salt Lake City from which the following extracts are made: I mil not here to antagonise free coinage of silver or to withdraw one word that I have uttered in its behalf. No nan, in proportion to hi* abilities and opportunities, ban advocated bi metallism more earnestly thun I have. Hut it h injudicious friend* have for the present aided to make it impossible by making it ridiculous. They have wedded it to free trade, free paper money, free anarchy, and free contempt of court,and to every fantasie in finance and every fallacy in philosophy, and every phase of fool politics advanced by the dream era and cranks and long whiskered pre cinct statesmen who have climbed upon the d< mocratie back an the < >!d Man of the Sea leaped upon the shoulders of the un fortunate Sinbad of old. ...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 27 April 1900

THE COLFAX GAZETTE. OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. kI'HX MEANS BUSINESS Read Our Remarkable Prices! Come to KUUN'S and Bee the greatness of the values represented by these low prices and you'll understand that we mean to claim and get the greatest volume of trade < ver done bj a Colfax merchandise house. AN APRIL SHOWER of bargains plentifully besprinkles this great store all this week. Exceptional offerings that will make a lasting impression on all who come. It is impossible to mention all the surprising values, but tboee we quote show how low the prices run. Economy is Always the Watchword Here. AgosU Novelties, joat the thing for Batiste Indienne, in all colors figured waah dream or waists, in stripes and only, has the appearance of a^n all figures, for thia week, per yard 8&c wool Challie, for this week, per yard 12Jc batata Oords, in all color.", in stripes Pompadour Organdie-this is an im only, for this week, per yard .... 10c ported Organdie and comes in a dainty Scotch Lawns...

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. — 27 April 1900

— LARCENY OF BARLEY Nhawuee Warehouse Manager is Now on Trial. Kvidence That liar ley Was Bought From Clifford and Shipped Out By Kail About an hour before the opening of his trial Tuesday morning for the em ht/.zlement of J. D. Kvane' barley, \V. 11. Clifford made a desperate attempt to < scape, but wan overhauled and recapt ured by Sheriff Canutt, after a race of over half a mile. Two barn of a j >» i l corridor window had been sawed off, Clifford says during the night, by par ties outside. When Jailer Curry took the chain gang oat Clifford and James and Dan McDonald were let out of the cage to the corridor. They removed the ■awed barn and Clifford and Dan Mc- Donald went out through the hole. Sheriff Canutt was at breakfast when his young h>ii rasbed in and told him of the break. The sheriff gained the street jiiHt in time to see Clifford go around the grist mill a quarter of a mile away. Me pursued and ran the fugitive pant the old depot and to the crossing of the river...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
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