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SAYS HOAIt I>ll> IT.
Started War With His Liittle Speech
In the Senate.
Chicago, Jan. 14.—John Barrett, ex-
United States minister to Siam, for the
tiret time publicly named Senator Hoar,
last night, at Lake Forest university as
the senator whose anti expansion speech
was cabled to Hong Kong and subse
quently put in the hands of the Filipino
soldiers, causing, an .Mr. Barrett believed,
the open insurrection. Frequently this
speech and its presumed effect have been
mentioned, and the reading public has
connected the name of Senator Hoar
with it, and it is probable that Mr. Bar
rett would not have used the lawmaker's
name on this occasion had he not been
facing an audience known to be largely
hostile to the administration's policy in
the Orient. It appears further from the
ex.minister's speech that he believes the
government has discovered privately the
stages by which the anti-expansion ad
dress reached Luzon.
There was much interest in the manner
o! the reception of Mr. Barrett's speech.
At the close of the meeting he was loudly
cheered, and the audience of several hun
dred people waited in line to *hake hands
In the coarse of his address the speak
er said it had been discovered in the gov
ernment's investigation that Senator
Hoar's speech was cabled in cipher and
in fragments to l'aris, where it was put
together and forwarded to Hong Kong.
The message included several thousand
words, and the cost for transmission
was said to have been $4000. It inter
ested the government to know what
friends the Filipinos had at this time,
who were in a position to send the mes
"1 was in Hong Kong at the time,"
said Mr. Barrett, "and I remember the
incident distinctly. I was coming down
stairs in the hotel when I met the presi
dent of the Hong Kong junta, and he
bad in his hand the long dispatch he had
received. It gave a large part of Senator
Hoar's speech in full, and a summary of
the rest of it. I asked the president
what he was going to do with it, and he
said that he meant to send it to the
officers of the army iv the Philippines.
He was urged not to do it, but he pro
tested that it had been printed in the
United States and was public property.
Four days after that speech had been de
livered, it was iv the hands of those who
saw an opportunity to make political
capital of it. The speech was published
and distributed among the soldiers, and
I believe it was the culminating influence
that brought about the open insurrec
tion. This speech you must remember,
was delivered before there was an open
No News to McKinley.
Washington, Jan. 15.—John Barrett's
statement that Senator Hoar's anti-ex
pansion speech was the cause which pre
cipitated the Philippine innsurrection is
no news to administration officials here.
It cost something over $4000 in cable
tolls to send Senator Hoar's message of
sympathy and comfort to the rebellious
Tagaloes. Andrew Carnegie paid the
bill. This fact has been known to the
president and his cabinet for some time,
but this is its first publication. It is
intimated tonight that still further ex
posures may be expected.
Doing Business at Old Stand.
Manila. Jan. 13. — Advices from Cebu
report a sharp fight on .January <S be
tweeu a battalion of the Nineteenth in
fautry and a body of insurgents occupy
ing a strong position in the Sudlon
mountains. The enemy was routed, the
Americans capturing a smooth bore
cannon, some rifles, and destroying the
fortifications. Four Americans were
wouuded. The insurgent general Flores
bavinir established a rendezvous with
100 men at Humingan, province of
Nueva Yiecaya, Captain Benson, with
two troops of the Fourth cavalry, was
*ent to dislodge him. The insurgents
were scattered, their hordes captured,
and the position was burned, the Ameri
cans sustaining no losecs. The Ameri
can forces yesterday occupied Megal
lanes, province of Cavite, capturing 20
insurgents, including a colonel.
Germany Stops Guns.
Berlin, Jan. 12.—The semi -official
Nord Duesche Gazette says: "The gov
ernment has decided that it would not
be compatible with strict neutrality to
allow war materials to be sent from Ger
many either to Great Britain or to the
Transvaal, and, therefore, when it was
reported that Herr Krupp was mak
ing steel shells for (ireat Britain,the firm
was promptly required to stop any in
tended dispatch of arms, guns, ammuni
tion or other war munitions to either of
<"ar«er Harrison Refused.
Chicago, Jan. 14.—Mayor Carter H.
Harrison today formally refused the
offer of the democratic nomination for
eovernor. He was waited upon by
Chairman Watßon of the democratic
state committee. It was urged that it
was his duty to accept the nomination
The mayor replied that he did not look
at it in that light. As a result of Mayor
Harrison's action friends of former Vice
President Stevenson are urging him to
accept the nomination.
Like Gentle Springtime.
Pullman Herald: The balmy days of
the past two weeks fooled the ground
squirrels, and a number of the rodents
were reported as out rustling for some
thing to eat. Honey bees have also
commenced to think spring had arrived,
and have started to buzz, and as there
are numerous buttercups on the hillsides
may go to making honey.
ROOK SPRINGS 0 n A I
AND ROSLYN U UAL
fir, pine and u/nnn
GOOD & MACKENZIE
PHONES-OFFICE 55, YARD 2
The police of Seattle made 0,744 ar
rests in 1899.
The Spokane payroll for city employes
was about $11,000 for December.
Over GO inches of rain fell at Tacoma
dirring last year. The average is 44
The five banks of Spokane distributed
$50,000 in dividends at the beginning of
Clarkston, at Vineland, opposite Lew
iston, is petitioning for incorporation of
Four frame buildings burned at Waite
burjr Monday morning, entailing a loss
A Thurston county parent is testing
the legality of the compulsory school
law before the courts.
W. G. Taylor, a Great Northern brake
man, was fatally shot by tramps at
Lowell a few days ago.
The work of constructing the Seattle-
Tacoma electric line was begun Wednes
day morning at the Tacoma end.
The Seattle public library contains
over 20,000 volumes, 2,000 of which
have been added in 1890.
The depot of the Washington & Co
lumbia railway at Waitsburg burned
Friday night. Incendiarism is sus
Throe grocer* in Spokane have been
fined for violation of the pure-food law,
in having adulterated or imitation pro
ducts on sale.
Spokane sportsmen have organized a
club for the purpose of hunting coyotes.
Hounds will be imported, and the hunts
will be held every week.
Many of the grocers throughout the
state are being fined $52.50 by Pure
Food Commissioner McDonald for sell
ing adulterated foods.
Dr. R. A. Alcorn was convicted Satur
day, upon second trial, at Rathdrum,
Idaho, of manslaughter. He was
charged with killing Cora Burke at Har
rison, Idaho, by a prohibited operation.
Clallam county expects, at an early
date, that '500,000 acres of government
land will be withdrawn from the forest
reserve, whereupon a rush of new set
tlers to that county will at once be be
For gallant services in the field, Major
W. L. Luhn of the Thirty-sixth infantry
has been promoted to be lieutenant
colonel. He went to the front from Spo
kane as a first lieutenant in the Wash
A small child of I). A. Stout of North
Yakima was playing with a celluloid
comb near a lighted lamp, one evening
last week. The comb came in contact
with the lamp and was ignited. The
tiame spread to the child's clothing and
fatal burns ensued.
During the calendar year 1899 North
ern Pacific land sales, under the jurisdic
tion of Thomas Cooper, stationed in
Tacoma, reached a total of 629,000
acres against G16,G79 acres in 1898.
The number of purchases were 2112
against 2512 in 1898.
Experiments in eastern Washington
in the beet sugar field have proven that
the average purity of beets is H.'1.75 and
the average sugar contents 14.G0 per
cent. This is higher than in most local
ities in the United States and argues a
promising future for this industry.
C. L. Harris of Billings, Mont., agrees
to furnish water for irrigation purposes
at Pasco, if the landowners will give him
half their land when the water system
shall be completed. He will not act un
til 5000 acres of land are represented,
and he must have a favorable answer
before February 1, or the deal is off.
December business of the Walla Walla
land office included the following entries:
73 homesteads, 10,817.1)7 acres; one
desert land entry, 09 acres; one timber
culture entry, IGO acres; 19 final home
stead proofs, 3,004.08 acres; 9 cash en
tries, 2G9.9S acres. Amount, received
for sales of land, $1,062.00. Fees and
White Iliver Journal: Employes on
all King county roads have been allowed
au increase of wages from $1.50 to
$1.75 per day and a man with a team
from $3.50 to $3.75 per day. This is in
line with the action everywhere current
of increasing wages and compensation
of working men in keeping with the in
creased cost of living.
The commissioners of Xez Perce coun
ty, Idaho, recently offered bonds for
sale at Lewiston, but no bids were made,
and they are wondering what is the
matter with their credit. Some lay it to
the fact that several counties of the
state are trying to repudiate previous
bond sales made in good faith. The
commissioners are disappointed, as a
sale would have saved $1000 a year to
Pomeroy Washingtoniac: Oscar Long
left at this office a few days ago a speci
men of earrotfl which has been pro
nounced excellent by all who have seen
it. Mr. Long says he dug 42f) sacks
from half an acre of ground this year.
All of them were exceptionally large and
one fine specimen selected measured 21
inches in circumference. This knocks
the spots off of the prize carrot at the
recent Spokane exhibition, which, it is
said, measured but 18 inches in circum
UECORDS FOR THE WEEK.
History of the Transactions in Whit
man County Lands.
U S to Daniel S Kelsey, n hf ne qr 10 20 43.
L S to Nicholas Nibler, patent nw qr 28 14
C B Holt to C A Hogan and G H
dishing hf w hf se qr, c hf bw qr 15
tI 4 4 t5V,-V 2000 CO
John J Pusch to Daniel Fish, se qr 9
__M 44,Vn- ••; 2500 co
Mary J Taylor to Calvin C Fulton w
whf ? em1 r 35 15 44 1560 °0
Wm J Thompson to Geo W Thomp
son a hf se qr 35 16 44 400 (0
Harvey J Hull to Clara N Newton, n
bf bw qr 25 1G 43 500 00
Thos W ftipley to Geo E Reinhardt s
hfswqr2G 17 43 1 GOO 00
Antony Dorentz to Charles F Kay,
sw qr 27 20 45 3400 00
James H McCall to Isaac M Curti?
whf2l3 39 8 00 00
ED Ware to A F Mason 11 b 1 Pine
City 1 go
Chas T Jennings to C R Higgs part of
bj Pine City 2GO 00
Albert Ileaney to Riley Knight w hf
cc qr 19 15 46 .. . Iqq
John O Myrtle to Kenneth Mcßae Its
2 34 5 2043 2100 00
Chas Seeber to John W Baylor lease
ne qr 18 17 44, 15 months..
Mary L Anderson to John Anderson
112 bls Rosalia 50 00
COLFAX GAZETTE, COLFAX, WASHINGTON, JANUARY 19, 1900.
S M Riggsto Kenneth McKae 1 4 b C
Rosalia cemetery 17 00
P Sheahan t,> Josephine H Weitnian
Its 2 3 4 b 4 Thornton 90 00
J W Skelton to Daniel heifer n hf ne
qr c hf nw qr 8 19 44 3300 03
Sheriff to Thomas Gaw, s hf aw qr 30
I;' 4* ■ ' 1120 90
Rufuß Fullerton to Oscar F Snodgraes
Ita 4 5 (i, b 10, McDonald's 2d add
_ Te^oa 200 00
1 rank keichenaurer to Henry E Da via
It 7 b 1, Riverside add Coif ax COO 00
F A Davis to Martha J Miller, c hf
It 4b 2, Oakeadale . 130 00
N P lly Co to Benjamin F Manches
ter, nw I>r 11 15 43 800 00
Minnie L Warner to Public, dec. hd
Its 1 2 3, b 86, Oakesdale
Frank Hagerman et al trustees to
Mary J Taylor, shf se qr sw qr 26
16 44 except right of way 375 00
B F Taylor to Mary J Taylor aw qr
xt2o ID« 4 k.% 2000 00
Henry Kuhlender to Mary J Taylor
n hf bw qr sw qr sw qr n hf se qr bw
qr 2G15 44 except right of way 2G25 00
E A Breyman to P D Davis 1 4 b 52
Colfax i oo
J G Potter to W C Potter Its 7 8 !) 10
11 12 b 33 Colfax etc 1 00
J G Potter to Jessie L Potter part nw
qr 33 IS 45 i 00
E G Stonebraker to Oscar Westerberg
Us 12 b 7 Huffman's 2d ad Tekoa . 455 00
Hetta B Minard to E G Stonebraker
It* 12 b 7 Huffman's 2d ad Tekoa . 450 00
E S Benson comptroller O R & N Co
to Rodney R Hunton receipt for
final payment of money sw qr 3 17
_,43--- v - 712 18
Emma A Renfrew to B F Nicholas, Its
10 11 12 b stj, Colfax 250 00
First Bank, Tekoa to B Lombard, Jr,
iw qr 35 20 45 3500 00
Vermont L k T Co to Anthony Rioth
part 25 18 44 3024 00
Eloise B Hoffman to Harry N Hoff
man, power of attorney.
Mrs Phila A Hensley to Public, dec.
hd part se qr 14 18 45
Lulu Harvey to S R V R R Co, part
It 3, 14 1442 000 00
David E Kelley to S R V R R Co, R
of W Its 1 2 sec 23; Its 12 3 and se
qr ne qr sec 33; Its 1 2 sec 34, all in
ty 13 r 44 3500 00
I leal Mortgages.
Calvin C Fulton to Netherlands Am
Mtg Bank, w hf ne qr 35 15 44 800 00
John Berger to C A Leighton, s hf ne
qr, Its 1 and 2, 4 19 43 72 00
Washington B Blachly to C A Leigh
ton, nw qr II Hi 44 42 00
Josiah B Barten to C A Leighten, s
hf nw qr, n hf sw qr 20 17 43 .. 54 00
Willis G Crenk to C A Leighton, sw
qr nw qr, It 4, 4 17 44 480u
John Bach to C A Leighton, ne qr sw
qr, se qr nw qr, w hf no qr 24 20 41 31 50 !
John M Smith to C A Leighton, Its 1
and 2, s hf ne qr 1 17 43, Ita 3 4 5,
so qr nw qr (5 17 44 48 00
Elbert C Jenkins to C A Leighton, w
hf sw qr 33 15 43 27 00 '
George V. Thompson U C A Leigh
ton, b\v qr, s hf se qr 35 10 44 112 50
Orvilla S Jeffries to U L Ettinger, pt
w hf'ne qr sw qr, It 3, sw qr sw qr
3115 44 . 400 00 !
Kenneth Mcßae to Balfcur-Guthrie
Inv Oo Its 1 2 3 4, 5 20 43 and lauds
in Spokane county 2200 00 j
Oregon Mtg Co Ld to Frank W Gano
extension ne qr c hf nw qr Its 1 and
219 14 44 3500 00
Nicholas Nibler to James Cairns nw
qr 28 14 39 250 00
Geo W Nye to Balfour-Guthrie Inv
Co ne qr 27 18 45 1600 00
Frank McCown et al to Eleanor T
O'Neil sw qr 25 sw qr nw qr c hf 27
8 hf 26 16 42 8000 00
Martha J Miller to F A Davis, c hf It
4 b 2, Oakssdale 130 00
Milo Boland to J J Brickner, It 6 b
30, Prescott &. Perkins' Riverside
add to Colfax 110 00
Lawson Harper to N W & P Hypo
theek bank, ehfswqr34 14 45 ... 900 00
P I) Davis to Davia & Motfatt 1 4 b 52
Colfax ne qr 17 10 43 1334 03
Joseph Urban to Frank Spacek Its 10
lib 52 Colfax 450 00
Gabriel Schiesser to Martha A Rey
nolds se qr 6 13 46 1255 00
Win H Carder to Doming Inv Co ne
qr 15 19 45 35 60
Anthony Rioth to Deming Inv Co,trct
25 18 44 . 1000 00
Anthony Rioth to Deming Inv Co,
tract 25 18 44 100 00
Chaelotte C Brown to Equitable S &
L Assn, n 1-5 It 5 b 5, Garfield HOO 00
I W James to James Robb, c hf sw
qr, w hf ne qr « 1(5 3;> 400 00
John Lathrum to Wm E Eassrnan,
nw qr 35 20 44 1000 00
John Lathrum to Com State Bank,
Oakesdale, nw qr 35 20 44 1721 34
John Erford to Second Nafl Bk Col
fax, 1-3 crop nw nr 11 10 42 815 70
J S Gwynne to Aaron Kuhn crop s hf
nw qr 33 10 44 174 io
Richard Ralph to Aaron Kuhn, 2-3
crop n hf ne qr 12 17 42 00 08
F A Askins to Aaron Kuhn crop ny
qr 35 10 44 130 25
Antony Lorentz to Ist Bank of Tekoa,
horses, cattle, hogs, crop sw qr 27 20
45 and farm machinery 422 CO
Antony Lorentz to Ist Bank, Tekoa,
5 crop ghf sw qr, whfse qr 3120 40 422 00
Samuel Holan to T E Bricknell, agt,
horses, cows, wagon, harness 05 00
W H Click to Sparks Bros, g crop w
hf 21; sw qr 10, w hf ne qr, nw qr
se qr, ne qr sw q r 20 19 45 800 00
B B Brown to Peter Conway, jj crop
wheat ne qr 3 18 44, wagon, mower,
horses 100 00
C E Smith to A J Chase,horses,wagon,
harness 30 00
W A Averill to J C Lawrence, crop
sw qr 9 10 45, % crop ne qr, c hf nw
qr, n hf se qr, ne qr sw qr, se qr se
qr 22 10 45 1000 00
Wm Burton to MackjChanibers cattle 02 00
Jas A Beard & C E Moak to A B
Willard horses cattle farm machinry 1000 00
R X Campbsll to J T Lobaugh & Co
buggy binders and horse , 249 15
A A Skidmore to E L Scott Tr 2-3
crop aw qr 2; se qr 3 18 44
T H & James Divine to Dernham &
Kaufman Co ld, horses, cattle, har
ness, wagons, farm machinery 451 00
OE Young toJ T Lobaugh & Co
separator complete 317 35
F M Young & Co to J T Lobaugh &
Co steam wood saw outfit complete. 150 00
P D Davis to Davis & Moflatt wagon
drill crop 1900 1901 1902 ne qr 17 10
43 589 03
J A Lmeiy to Heiber Brewing &
Malting (Jo saloon fixtures and stock
in the Grain Belt Saloon Oakesdale 343 00
S V Meek to L J Lindley, 2 plows,
header, wagon. 91 00
Miles T Hooper to D M Boon et al
crop w hf nw qr sec 16; sw qr nw qr
sec 9 13 45 250 00
Releases of Mortgages.
Chas N Newton to Perm Mtg Co 1350 00
Oregon Mtg Co Ld to Rilev Knigh... 3000 00
Perm MICo to Thomas W Ripley . 400 00
Perm M I Co to A J Privett 1150 00
Jas T Campbell to Thos MeNamara.. 100 00
Commercial State Bank to John J
Bush 1327 30
First Bank of Tekoa to Antony Lor
entz 1500 00
James H Tallman to Thomas Boling. 700 00
J G Conger to Henry D Kay 1000 00
M C Huling to Daniel Morgan 129 00
Trustees I O O F Lodge Xo 27 to T H
Ashby . 300 00
M Schultheis Sr to Gabriel Scheisser 250 00
Mollie Daveggio to J P T McCroskey 1000 00
R L Sabin to John LathJum 1200 00
Da vid E Kelley to Charles B & A G
Eishop 572 85
David R Evans to A G & C B Bißhop
partial release. 5000 00
A R Burford. tr to Frank McCown. . 2200 00
Levi Ankeny to Wm McCown et al . 4000 00
Levi Ankeny to Frank McCown C2OO 00
Com St Bank, Oakesdale to John
Lathrum .. ,'52iK) 35
F J Hay field to Conrad Wagner, et al 1014 88
James Carlisle to Isaac M Baker . 500 00
Eloise E Hoffman to Theophiluß Smith 1400 00
Bills of Sale.
Roxie Van Amberg to E C Ribstein
household furniture in Tekoa 175 00
L S Park to Studebaker Bros Mfg Co
buggy and harness 150 00
D C Sparks to Wm H Click, leases sw qr
21, n hf ne qr,nw qr se qr.ne qr bw qr 20 lit 45.
Sparks Br4s to Wm H Click, leases sw qr
10, nw qr 21 19 45.
Charles F Kay to Sohn Mestermann, agree
ment sw qr 27 'JO 43 - $MOO.
LT Brockway vs Mrs M Wilson, mechan
ics lien—§B2 2">.
The Latest X Kay Invention
Is the Endoecope, which is for the pur
pose of examining the interior of the
Htomach. It is claimed, that with this
instrument, the treatment of stomach
troubles will be revolutionized, as it lo
cates the cause of disease. With due
reHpect to science, however, would state
that the causes of stomach troubles have
been known for the past fifty years,
and likewise their cure, which is Hostet
ter's Stomach Bitters, a medicine that
has many imitators, but no equals. It
cures dyspepsia, indigestion, biliousness,
constipation, nervousness, insomnia. It
also prevents malaria, fever and ague,
and keeps the bowels regular. When
not feeling right, take a dose. It is the
standard medicine of the American
people. Look for Private Revenue
Stamp over neck of bottle.
The Whisky Without a Headache.
Wm. Scbluting, proprietor of the New
Castle, has just received direct from the
J. W. McCulloch distillery, Owensboro,
Ky., a shipment of the celebrated Gieen
River whisky, THE WHISKY WITHOUT A
headache. Selected for its purity and
superior quality by the government for
exclusive use in the IT.l T. B, army and navy
hospitals. This goods is put up full
measure and is recommended for family
Strayed or stolen from the under
signed, 14 head of horses, mostly bays,
one or two grays and sorrels, ranging in
age from 2 to 5 years, and branded V on
right hip. Were last seen in the lane be
tween Endicott and Winona. $50 re
ward will be paid to anyone who will
find them or part of them, or furnish in
formation leading to their recovery.
Address, Alex Smith, Hay, Wash o
Go to the Bee Hive for tin and granite
INBUKE With H. W. GOFF,
OR & N.
Depart For Arr. From
San Francisco, Den
ver, Omaha, 8t Louis,
11:10 a.m. and East via Oregon 3:50 a.m.
7:15 p.m. Short Line. :5:55 p.m.
Spokane, St. Paul, Du
-3:55 i». m. luth, Chicago and East 11.10 a. m.
3:60 a.m. via Great Northern 7:45 p.m.
ll::;0a.m. Pullman and Moscow lt>:4sa.ni.
8:15 p.m. .'S:4op.m.
8:00 p.m. Columbia River 4:00 p.m.
Ex. Sim. Steamers. Ex. Sun.
Saturday To Astoria and Way- .
10:00 p.m. Landings
6:00 a.m. Oregon City.Newberg, 4::iop.m.
Ex. Sun. Salem & Way Land's Ex. Sun
Willamette and Yara
-7:00 a.m. hill Rivers 3:30 p.m.
Tue, Thur. Oregon City. Dayton, Mon, Wed.
and Sat. and Way Landings and Fri.
6:00 a.m. Willamette River. 4:30 p.m.
Tue, Thur. Portland to Corvallis Mon. Wed.
and Sat. and Way Landings and Fri.
Lv. Riparia. Lv. Lewiston
Daily Snake River. Daily
1:20 p.m. Riparia to Lewiston S : :;0a in.
Ocean steamships sail from Portland for
San Francisco every five days.
W. H. HURLBURT,
General Passenger Agent. Portland, ©regon.
I. B. HARRIS, Propr.
Fresh and Cured Meats,
Fish and Game in season.
There is no doubt about the quality of the
meats sold from the blocks of this market
it is the BEST.
The highest market price paid for cattle
South Main Street, Colfax.
Will pay prompt attention to advertising
and posting bills for all sales put in my hands.
Free corrals at Colfax for stock brought to me
to sell. Parties at a distance will find it to
their advantage to communicate with me be
fore fixing dates or making final arrangements
for sales. Cali on or address me at Colfax,
and your sale will receive prompt and careful
Have your Spectacles fitted by
J. W. Sever, Optician
Graduate of the Chicago Opthalmic College. All
errors of refraction fully corrected by properly
eround glasses. Eyes tested free. At Severs
Jewelry Store. Main Street, Colfax.
If you wish to A lvertise
In Newspapers . ..
ANYWHERE AT ANYTIME
call on or write
E.C.Dake's Advertising Agcy.
G4-G5 Merchant's Exchange,
San Francisco, Calif.
Is read by people whom
the advertiser desires to
reach with his announce
Put into a year's subscription to the Weekly
Oregonian and the Colfax Gazette cannot be
better invested. Address orders to Gazette.
Special Hale of Linens
Colfax's Greatest Store.
Second Week of our Great Mid-Winter Sale for
Friday. Saturday and Monday. Jan. I!). 20. 22.
A fine Honey Comb Towel, I7x:;e. inches,
fringed endu, a towel our competitor!
ask 12'j'c and 15c for—Friday, Saturday
and Monday, each 5c
A line all linen Towel in blue or red
checks, fringed ends, sizo 12x24 inches
for Friday, Saturday and Monday 5c
The same as the above, size 16x30, fringed
ends for Friday, Saturday mid Monday 6c
An extra heavy Huck Towel, size 18x36,
fringed ends-for Friday. Saturday *ud
Monday .. 10c
Birdseye Linen Towels, size 18x32, fringed
ends fur Friday. Saturday and Monday It.- c
Birdseye Linen Towels, size 18x34, hemmed
ends—for Friday, Saturday and Monday l">c
Linen Napkins, bleached, size 17x17—tor
Friday, Saturday and Monday, each :: ] c
A fine checked Napkin, in blue or red
cheek, size 15x15—for Friday, Saturday
and Monday . .* 4,.
Bleached Table Linen. 58 inches wide for
Friday, Saturday and Monday, per yard JV
All of our LilienS are on sale, but our space will not per
mit quoting further. See display in North Show Window.
Mail orders if mailed to ua wifhin 51 Friday, Saturday and Monday are our
daya, will be failed at theae prices I Special Sale days. Watch our ads.
<^qp?o^ k ? ; :; When Going' Up
llll^f mMa Broadway
p^'^^^ito Stop on your way to admin'
n&Pfil^NK I I I Ie i Till I ♦ '
mX Wj LLLIS & HILL S
2rH™lif&^* v^. Style and Comfort arc combined
'" t'"'ir N""w ''iiu'- i'lHt in-
All new designs in vesting in the new tintH, for /r v^^Hß
Men, Women, Mieeee and Children. Thin iw the /x'"^ga-Tv^jfc.
place. The larger the family the more we nave I \ y^S5%
yon, hh we sell from iir.e to !()() per pair cheaper V (ljiß\&£<
than elsewhere. Leave your old love and try uh. lhfc^**7\\ *^p\
Remember that we are headquarters for
Groceries, Fruit, Etc.
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Taken up by the uiidersigued, residing one
mile east of Endicott. Washington, the follow
ing described estrays:
One bay gelding, about 9 years old, Weight
about 1100 pounds, no brand visible.
One black mare, about 6 years old. branded
Hon right stifle, weight about 900 pounds;
colt by her side.
One bay mare, about <> years old, Btrip in
face branded ■■ on left stifle, weight about
1000 lbs, Qflcolt ljy her Bide,
One gray jinny, 4 years old, no brand visible.
One bay mare, black pointß, about 6 years
old, weight about 1050 pounds, no brand visi
ble: colt by her side.
One black mare, about 8 years old, weight
about 800 pounds, no brand visible; colt by
One bay mare about 10 years old, branded
Hon left shoulder, Btrip on nose, left hind
foot white, weight about SOU
pounds: suckling colt by her Bide.
(>ne black mare, about 7 years old, branded
Bon left shoulder, star, snip, left ear split,
weight about JOOO pounds, saddle
marks; colt by her side.
Unless claimed by owners and charges paid,
Baid animals will be Bold according to the pro
visions of the estray law.
Dated, January 10,1900.
P. O. Endicott, Wash.
Taken up by the undersigned, at his place
8J miles north of Colfax, at Steptoe Butte,
December 20, 1899, the following described
One black bald-face horse, it or 10 years old,
branded D with bar above and below, on left
shoulder, hind feet white, weight about 1000
One dark bay mare, 8 or 9 years old, strip in
face, branded star on right hip, weight about
One bright bay mare, 7 or 8 years old, star
in face, weight about 1050 pounds, right fore
foot and right hind foot white.no brand visible.
One black mare, 12 or 14 years old, white
face and tour white feet, branded OO on left
jaw, dim brand on left shoulder.
One black yearling, star in face, three white
feet, no brand visible.
One light bay yearling, star in face, right
ear split, weight about 800 pounds, no brand
One dark roan yearling, weight about 700
pounds. No brand visible.
Owners will please call and pay charges, or
said animals will be sold according to law.
Dated January 13, 1900.
P. O. Elberton, Wash.
Taken up by the undersigned, at his place
of residence on the McDowell ranch, 5 miles
south of Oakesdale, December 20, 1899, the
following described estray:
One dark bay or brown horse, supposed to
be 6 years old, branded D D on left shoulder,
left ear tipped.
If not claimed by the owner and charges
paid within the time provided by law, said
estray will be Bold according to law.
Dated December 20, 1899.
P. O. Oakesdale. Wash.
Taken up at my place, 2 mile* north of
Pullman, one sorrel gelding with white face
and white spot on each side, about 7 years
old, weight about 1000 pounds, branded 7X on
left stifle. L Tnle3s claimed by owner and
charges paid, Baid animal will be sold accord
ing to law.
Dated, January 16, 1900.
E. D. KITZMILLER,
P. O. Pullman, Wash.
Taken up by the undersigned, residing 3J
miles north of Endicott, one brown mare,
about 7 years old,weight about 1200 lbs,branded
Hon right stifle. Unless claimed by the
owner and charges paid, said
animal will be sold according to law.
Dated, January 17, 1900.
G. S. ALLEN,
P. 0., Endicott, Wash.
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