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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 29 August 1902

c SUMMER FANCY WORK* OF course every woman wants a bit of fancy work to take away with her In the sum mer. It may lie on her lap Idle half the time, but it serves as an excuse for sitting on the piazza and Joining the circle of gossipers. Embroidery has ceased to be unprac tical. This year many of the newest Ipi'Cimens of fancy work are to be used on dresses or ohirt waists. So much embroidery is now being utilized 00 fashionable costumes and it costs so much that the clever girl with a small in come is learn ing to do these little things for herself. For ex ample, take the embroidered medallions with a lace border. Pale tinted tnousseline de soie is cut out in an odd shape and basted In the center of a design for re- SHIRT WAIST SET. naissance lace; then the lace is made all around thi» and Joined daintily to It. The center of the niousseline disk ia sometimes ornamented with a tiny embroidered conventional figure or flower done in white or colored silk. Two or three of these medal...

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. — 29 August 1902

IWS OF THE COUNTY Thing* Heard, Said and Done by Our Neighbors. Reported by Correspondents of The Gazette and Gathered from Other Sources. ALBION. There ifi a three-weeks-old boy in the home oi Pont master Lawler. It. M. Bachus has taken a homestead claim uear Gifiord, Idaho, and will move thereon as soon as fall work is over. Mr. BacLus has been a resident of this town eleven years. Mrs. Alice Keith is visiting relatives in Oregon. Mrs. K. V. Cunningham's father and sister returned to their Oregon homes thin week. lire. Bertha Armstrong and baby Gale were visiting relatives in Troy, Idaho, last week. The rush and hurry of harvest is upon M. Everybody busy, help scarce, weather ideal bo far, grain yielding a a good average crop. Mr. Farnsworth hae a new barn com pleted and a good house in process of construction. J. T. Wallace and bride have been "at home" to many friends the past three weeks. The contract has been let for a new barber shop to be built immediately, on the lot beside...

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. — 29 August 1902

8 THE FAIR THE FAIR THE FAIR THE FAIR THE FAIR THE FAIR' THE PLACE TO SAVE MONEY. THE PLACE TO SAVE MONEY. THE PLACE TO SAVE MONEY. THE PLACE TO SAVE MONEY. THE PLACE TO SAVE MONEY. THE PLACE TO SAVE MONEY. FOUR DAYS |oi CAMIMP IID CAI C FOUR DAYS Saturday L tANIN (a UK SALE Satoday Monday — ° *• Monday SSaay 1 Remnants and Odds and Ends 1 £S aa7 After a busy and swift selling season, -we find a gathering of hundreds, and, may venture to say, thousands of remnants. In other words, short lengths of all classes of goods from every department, including Odds and Ends of every description, and these must absolutely be disposed of. It is not a matter of Value, but a decissive cleaning up before our Pall Opening. This means a saving of 50 to 60 cents on every Dollar purchase. Every Provident, Shrewd and Economical Shopper should not miss this opportunity. These Eemnants and Odds and Ends consist of: Dress Lawns Dress Ginghams Dress Percales Dress Satteens Dimities Challies Novelty Dress G...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 5 September 1902

THS^COLFAX GAZETTE TWENTY-FIFTH YEAR. Platt & Dreger Dry Goods and Millinery. Autumn and Winter Goods-Season 1902 We are showing complete assortments of new goods in all our departments. Nowhere else in the Palouse country can such a desirable collection of high grade and staple styles be ob tained—indeed it is a question with many who have seen our assortment of lovely styles whether they can be equaled in Portland or Spokane. Dress Goods Department This department is hritufull with choice novelties and staple weaves in black and all the new colorings. OVER ONE THOUSAND PIECES from which you can have an opportunity to select your ' all Dresses. The favor ite weaves are the New Zibelines, Perolas, Jarquards, tj[ mimes, Hop Sackings, French Baskets, Soie De Alma, Satinets, Venetians, Granites, Scotch Suitings, Cheviots, Novelty Wool Waitings, Fancy Silk Waistings and handsome Black Silk I'eau I)e Soie for Full Costumes. Ready-to-Wear Department This department is equipped with th...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 5 September 1902

2 RIMINI \l DEDICATED Katherine Ridgeway Hogan Given a Remembrance. Dedication of New Theater Build ing a Success—An Interesting Program Hendered. The opening of Ridgeway Theater Thursday evening, August 28, was at tended by a representative gathering of the citizens of Colfax community. The playhouse was not "filled to it* utmost capacity," but the audience in attend ance made up in spirit and enthusiasm what it lacked in numbers. It is re gretted that this dedicatory service did not appeal to more people, for the pro ruoters and managers of the theater are deserving of better patronage at the hands of Colfax citizens. The dedication of this theater means that stage attrac lions will be furnished the people and that they can witness the various pro ductions in comfort and under circum stances that will make for them a pleasure. The dedication program was by home talent, Miss Katherine Ridgeway Hogan being the star of the evening. Miss Hogan was very ably assisted by local musicians...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 5 September 1902

==Read Wednesday Extraordinary Bargain News=E NO 11 nFIIPPnTQ series or -Wednesday stopeise sales = A- Ul LBI 111 I Q WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBEE 10, 1902. LIPPITTS NEW FALL GOODS Every day, every hour, almost every minute, new goods are arriving...coming so fast that we don't know what to do with them; our stock rooms are full, the aisles are blocked, and there are more to come. We must make some sacrifices. Here they are: : • • • Boy's clothing THF IATFST SHAPFS AND QTVI F<s A° Opp"rt""e olfenDg! just received and "will be offered j; _ j: > during this sale at prices that tell nwv^™ „*- n^ \^ <-• » of the great advantage of cash toy- j M^hers of Girls Attention! ing. Fit your boys out for school. HlVdni W% Wk Vff fi IV! #1 ~ i Nottt- is the time. Lack of space 1 I IvP X —HI U § Just wlxon are Preparing your i; will not permit us to quote all the AA%M mM Jell A& fila A BJr F rls for Sc^°ol WQ this Spec good things -we are offering, but j ial Sale of inezpensive but stylish he...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 5 September 1902

I COLFAX GAZETTE IVAN CHABK, PUBLISHER. BaUblUhed, 1877. Entered at the postofflce at Colfax aa second claw matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. stx Months, postage paid One Dollar one Year, pottage paid Two Dollar* Twenty-five per cent discount for advance payment. Official Paper of the City of Collax O. R. A N. Time Card. To Portland. 7:05 p.m. To Spokane 6:35 a.m. 3:10 p.m. ToPendleton 11:05 am. 7:05 p.m. From Moscow 10:15 a.m. 3:00 p.m. To Moscow 11:15 a.m. 7:35 p.m. County Republican Ticket. Senator, Eighth District-G. B. Wilson of Pullman. Senator, Ninth District—John Lathrum of Oakebdale. Representatives, Eighth District -J. A. Dix of Garneld, Geo. M. Witter of Thornton. Representatives, Seventh District—E. J. Durham of Uniontown, Lillis F. Smith of Kndicott. Sheriff -J. E. Canutt of Coif ax. Auditor—O. P. Hendricson of Farmington. Treasurer—L. E. Allen of Colfax. Clerk—W. (). McCaw of Pullman. Prosecuting Attorney —R. M. Hanna of Colfax. Assessor—L. E. Abrams of Harper. School Superi...

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

— *Ibe* — NEW WOMAN I REALLY cannot let this matter pass any longer. I have been de bating it with myself ever since last winter and especially since another occurrence a few weeks ago has driven it in on my mind with a spike and sledge hammer. One should never go off in his mind prema turely, so 1 have been for months con sidering whether 1 ought to call the at tention of the women of this republic to the dangerous and scandalous go ings on in the United States senate. Now I have decided that as a duty Incumbent on me and one which can not be shirked I must speak out a sol emn warning against trusting the mas culine sex with the ballot and the law making power. To the United States senate are cho sen men presumably of the ripest In tellects and most seasoned passions, yet last winter in a solemn session of that body one elderly member leaped over the seats like h kangaroo and grabbed a brother senator from his own state by the hair, and this one "he pitched Into him and him pitched...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 5 September 1902

6 . A farm typical of the better class of those found in New England is known as Norway Hill farm, the residence of I. H. Duncan of southern New Hanip lliire, says American Agriculturist. Mr. Duncan, who has been prominent ly Identified with the milk producing Interest for the Boston market, is a di rector of the New England Milk Pro ducers' union and keeps about twenty cows, whose milk Is shipped to Boston. As In most of the northern New Eng land states, the house and barns are Connected by a covered passageway I!irough the shed, carriage house and (■tables. This is done to avoid shovel- Ing through the enow in early morning In winter to get to the barn and to fa cilitate work. The farm consists of about 200 acres besides out pastures and woodland and cuts annually fifty tons of hay, 100 tons of silage and a few acres of oat fodder, Hungarian, etc. The barn is what Is commonly called a double deck er. The hay goes in on an upper floor, the cattle are underneath this, and be low all...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 5 September 1902

NEWS OP THE COUNT! Things Heard, Said and Done by Our Neighbors. Reported by Correspondents of The Uazette and Gathered from Other Sources. KAMIAC. Binding iH nearly all done, but the headers are hard at work. ('ninpHratively little of the bundle grain in threshed on account of the scarcity of bundle machines. EreryoM is hoping that the clear weather will hold on for a few weeks longer. F. W. Tempero of Gilmer, Wash., has come up to work out during harvest, and also to see what the prospects are on bifl ranch for a good crop. Mr. Tenipero is the happy father of a bouncing boy, born recently. Lena Howard, the five year-old daughter of H. Howard, who had the misfortune to fall off a pair of stairs and break her right leg above the knee a couple of weeks ago, is recovering as fust an can be expected. School began September 1, with Miss Daisy Knight as teacher. Someone has been making extensive raid* these dark nights on Gage Whit ney V potato patch. Mrs. B. B. McCowen has returned from...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 5 September 1902

8 f THE FAIR THE FAIR THE FAIR THE FAIR THE FAIR THE FAIR I THE PlftCE TO SAVE MONEY. THE PLACE TO SAVE MONEY. THE PLACE TO SAVE MONEY. THE PLACE TO SAVE MONEY. THE PLACE TO SAVE MONEY. THE PLACE TO SAVE MONEY. f ONE WEEKIqai C AC r\\ ATUIMP ONE WEEK SPECIALS OMLE. Ul- OLU I Hll\Hj| SPE CIALS SEPTEMBER'S GREATEST CLOTHING OFFERING The unrivalled and unparalleled values offered during this sale will satisfy the critics and most careful buyers. The inducements offered are bona fide bargains in every sense of the word. We offer the best and most reliable goods that can be obtained. * MILLER'S ALL-WOOL CLOTHING Thlclot^ i 8r? V orout 17 trust ■*-*-*-*• worthy and competent "workmen. Every gar ment guaranteed, and no economical buyer can pass the price inducements. These are only a few of the many yalues offered—READ: SPECIAL Men's Clay Worsted Serge Sack Suit, all- SPECIAL Youth's Black Cheviot Single Breasted SPECIAL Boys' Best Imported Conleroy Double wool in dark navy, worth from Sac...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 12 September 1902

THE^COLFAX GAZETTE TWENTY-FIFTH YEAR. Platt & Dreger Dry Goods and Millinery. Autumn and Winter Goods-Season 1902 We are showing complete assortments of new goods in all our departments. Nowhere else in the Palouse country can such a desirable collection of high grade and staple styles be ob tained—indeed it is a question with many who have seen our assortment of lovely styles whether they can be equaled in Portland or Spokane. Dress Goods Department Thin department ie brimfull with choice novelties and staple weaves in black and all the new colorings. OVER ONE THOUSAND PIECES from which you can have an opportunity to select your Fall Dresses. The favor ite weaves are the New Zibelines, Perolae, Jaequards, EtamimeH, Hop Sackings, trench Baskets, Soie De Alma, Satinets, Venetians, Granites, Scotch Suitings, < neviots, Novelty Wool Waistings, Fancy Silk Waistings and handsome Black Mlk Peau De Soie for Full Costumes. Keady-to-Wear Department This department is equipped with the...

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. — 12 September 1902

2 lutiiiEliEl\tE LLIMD Change* in District Boundaries and Appointments. Whitman County Divided Between the Spokane and Walla Walla Districts. There was a good attendance at all of the services of the Columbia River Con ference, and much interest was mani fested. Thursday morning conference convened in the M. E. church at 8:30 o'clock with a prayer service, Bishop Karl Cranston presiding. At the morn ing and afternoon sessions the business meetings were interspersed by addresses and lectures by the voting officers of the church. During Thursday's buni iiHSH session Key. Lee A. Johnson of Walla Walla, Rev. Frerer H. Orton and Rev. John Hanks of Ellensburg asked for supernumerary relations and received them. J. E. Webster, J. L. Carpenter and H. A. Miller were admitted to the conference on trial. C. T. Cook, F. H. Walker and H. W. Trine were continued in their studies for the second year. M. Hell and A. W. Bagley were discontinued. Thursday evening Dr. W. F. Oldham of New York, general...

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. — 12 September 1902

NO 19 nf IIPPITTQ SEEIES 0F Wednesday stopbise sales = *« Ul Lll ' " ■ " WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1902. ss^kSSS Welcome News for y s clothing. of WednePdny Surprise Bales, a yard... OOC> jj J-WJ. j, < Some new lots for early fall wear, just received and will ~ " ~ ——— !j (! ![ jl be offered during this sale at prices that tell of the NeW ZibelineS 42 iDCheB Wide ' a full line !' S TTI • 1 O< 1 (! great adFanta 8e of caHh buying. n% your boys out 3«xr^±s Jiconomical Shoppers s^^-'sssttrs: I, XX ( > but here are just a few of many: "'wl£ss^V.£ cS So'"2' IiLOO People ttlio appreciate the great importance of saving Boys' Two Piece Suits. , ' > I < Boy»' all wool two piece suite in a laree variety of pat- New Fall Embroideries. mone7 U MoeiTe °ur store aevs tll eaffer inter- Hjb bffi^^3JT to hSa^rJS4?,. BSi est- The offerins:s are timel 7 and wmarkaUe. Boys' Three Piece Suits. widths; and to introduce them Lippitt will sell K^ \ \ - ,- - .. - , S ) „ , „ them during No....

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. — 12 September 1902

4 COLFAX GAZETTE IVAN CHABE, PUBLISHER. KsUblUhed, 1877. Entered at the postoffice at Colfax as second class matter. BOBSCRIPTION RATES. Six Months, postage paid One Dollar one Year, pontage paid Two Dollars Twenty-five per cent discount for advance payment. Official Paper of the City of Colfax O. R. & N. Time Card. To Portland 7:05 p.m. To Spokane 6:35 a.m. 3:10 p.m. To Pendleton 11:05 am. 7:05 p.m. From Moscow 10:15 a.in. 3.-00 p.m. To Moscow 11:15 a.m. 7:35 p.m. County Republican Ticket. Senator, Eighth District-G. B. Wilson of Pullman. Senator, Ninth District—John Lathrum of ()akebdale. Representatives, Eighth District-J. A. Dix of Garfield, Geo. M. Witter of Thornton. Representatives, Seventh District—E. J. Durham of Uniontown, Lillis F. Smith of Kodicott. Sheriff-J. E. Canutt of Coif ax. Auditor—O. P. Hendricßon of F»rmin(?ton. Treasurer —L. E. Allen of Colfax. Clerk—W. O. McCaw of Pullman. Prosecuting Attorney—X. M. Hanna of Colfax. Assessor—L. E. Abrams of Harper. School...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 12 September 1902

THE WIDESPREAD^^^T ; BENEFITS MW : To Come From the Inter- \ TCpGfc : Oceanic Ce^n^l \jL*mitißSri : : By United Statei Senator JOHN T. MORGAN : *" f"""'1"' """""' "'ii rwwXLm'* fHIS great American movement, to the f ront-the de dfflon to build an interoceamc canal—will «,al the | confidence of our people in the permanent establish ment and success of the republic and in the incal culable prosperity of our county, while it will settle , the confidence of all nations in our strength and good wilL IT IS THE NATIONAL EXPRESSION OF "THE FAITH THAT REMOVES MOUNTAINS.'' The best and most enduring consequence of this act of congress is the inspiration to earnest and cheerful exertion that it will bring to these whose daily toil k the life of the world. It will make the rewards of labor certain, and the farms, the workshops AND THE HOMES OF THE TOILERS WILL BE BRIGHTENED WITH ASSURED PROSPERITY. Next to this effect wilf be the close Msociation of the people of our ocean and gulf coasts in co...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 12 September 1902

6 f FRUiMKWERS TOOLS FOR PRUNING. Convenient Form* of Saw*—.Device For Cutting Oat Berry Canes. Clippers and shears on long handles co as to'reach from the ground the top branches of a tree for pruning have long been in use. In the pruning of orange and lemon trees in Florida and California these long handled pruning tools are common. Mr. H. D. Becker of Michigan has suggested such a long handled saw, which Is also a common sense tool and will work on the larger limbs. We reproduce this and two oth er pruning tools from a drawing jpade by him and published in The Farm and Home. Mr. Hecker mentions the cut ting tools adapted to small branches, but nothing of the nature of clippers or shears will work with big branches. t'allinp attention to the Illustration, Mr. Becker describes the different de vices, first taking the long handled saw, as follows: It Is a square or round pole of any desired length of BOMB HANDY FBFNING TOOLS. hard wood, with a narrow, sharp little saw fitted firmly ...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 12 September 1902

SPARKS DO DAMAGE Fires in the Fields Make Havoc for Palouse Farmers. In Farts of Whitman County Insur ance Men Kefuse Risks on Threshing Outfits. A fire was started on the Walters' place Wednesday afternoon by sparks from the locomotive of the Portland train The place is farmed by E. E. Sherfey" The fire spread rapidly and consumed the straw stacks and burned 550 sacks of grain after which it continued to the Zell M. Beebe farm, where it burned 320 sacks belonging to Mr. Beebe and H C Dickey, who has the place rented. The tire burned over 75 or 100 acres of stubble. There was a threshing crew at work on the Beebe place and two header crews on the Walters' place. These men all turned out to fight the fire, but could not make much headway until it had .lone the damage above mentioned None of the threshing or heading ma chinery is damaged. Rosalia Citizen: A. F. Goddard's field was set on fire by a spark from the south hound passenger train Wednesday and gusts of wind scattered the fla...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 12 September 1902

8 [ THE FAIR THE FAIR THE FAIR THE FAIR THE FAIR THE FAIR I THE PLACE TO SAVE MONEY. THE PLACE TO SAVE MONEY. THE PLACE TO SAVE MONEY. THE PLACE TO SAVE MONEY. THE PLACE TO SAVE MONEY. THE PLACE TO SAVE MONEY. EARLY SHOWING OF FALL GOODS ready-to-wear QNE W FEK SPECIAL F RE» DyTOWEAR GARMENTS |^ |X|E WCEI\ OrEOIAL OALb eAMTS Most ladies are pretty well posted these days as to what the correct styles are. Take a peep at our early showing of Fall Shirt Waits. Pall Dress and Rainy-Day Skirts and Petticoats, and it will require no further convincing proofs that the styles are right. It will "be a safe investment, even if you should not need them for present use, as the prices quoted are QUITE an inducement. Besides many other good things we call your attention to the following: SEE O7ft DISPLAY. Fall Shirt Waists , . Ladies' Petticoats jr£Slfe\ Ladies' Fleece Lined Flannelette Shirt l-i<*Cli"O mJL 15SS cllHl HHlll J ".LIR^ Petticoats for the millions in all Sr^'xfi Waists in the very...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 19 September 1902

THE COLFAX GAZETTE. TWENTY-FIFTH YEAR. Our Fall Suits Are Here And It ifitsNew> ivb Here If It's Here, It's New \f4II *W 11 \ o £^is®k ft?'S Marx YUM Cl X^ JJc^C? jf| Hand Tailored you'll come and look at the new V I "^^^^ :S^^^^^Sl Fall styles we are showing in the \!i / 1| -^^fo^ujr Hart, Scbaffner A Marx Tailor / fm pi!?|l Made Clothing. There in much to Aj fig Btf|i§fp|£ || pee mkJ learn-n knowledge that V' J W. W^^^^»^ you can't glean by studying styles '-^P^;: '^ fW of other makes of clothes. H. S. : A M. clothing is widely different in M^'^^MW^'"^ style, pattern and making from all W^^fe fl^lli other makes of clothes and this W^^lfl liliill wide difference in what makes the lilil H. S. A M. clothes vastly superior to any other clothing in the world. W^Wa Suits from $10 to $25. Sold in fj^SV-j. J&lffi&ilM Colfax only at our store. Red Front Clothing Co. A RARMFNTQ 42? YT unnifiL.li I o %^fc*- JftiW*?*^ For Men and lOj JOSJRBAN illi s ■M Vv4 CWcnßo^TaHorH if |f!/T rl...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
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