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Commissioners Have Establish-
Ed Another Precinct.
It Was Sliced From Pullman Coun
try, llianliaiii anil Clinton
The county wamissjoners at their Lite
meeting established a new voting precinct, the
58th in Whitman county. It was formed
from portions of I'tillman country, Clinton
and liranham precincts, and mi petitioned
for by 42 citizens Tne polling plioeiatobe
at [tnnooll school house in school district No.
144. No n«n« has yet been bestowed upon
the new precinct, but its Dumber will be 58.
The official boundaries of the precinct are
described M follows: Beginning on the Wash
ington ami Idaho state line, at the northeast
corner of lot 2, section 8, township 14 north,
range 16; thence north on state line to north
east corner of lot 3, section '2\>, township 15,
ran^e 4o; thence west in straight line to north
west corner of suit Invest quarter section 25,
township 15, ranf. re 45: thence south to south
west corner section 25; thence west on section
line to northwest corner of northeast quarter
section 35, township I~>, range 45; thence
s mth in straight line to northeast corner lot :>,
section 'J, township 14, ran^'O 45; thence south
to southeast corner lot 4; thence west to north
west corner of southwest quarter of northwest
quarter section 'A, township 14, range 4. r>;
thence south to southwest corner of north
west quarter section 15, township 14, ran^e 45;
thence east to section line between sections 14
and 15; thence north to northwest corner of
southwest quarter section 11, township li;
theme east to northeast corner of southeast
quarter of southwest quarter section 12;
thence north to northeast corner of southeast
quarter of northwest quarter section 12; thence
east to place of beginning.
New School District.
The 153 d school district has been formed
near La Ctomb, on lower Union flat, through
action <>f the board of county commissioners
and School Superintendent Roberts, It in
cluilen sections l<3, o4 ami M~>, and the west half
anii southeast (juarter of section 3G, township
10, ran^e 89; ami sections 1, _!, 3, 4, 10,11 and
1-, township 15, ran^e 39.
I'M hKKI.I. AT TEKOA.
Talked On Warm Issues Before the
The republican club met last Saturday
evening and wan addressed by J. N.
l'ickrell of Colfax on the issues of the
day, says the Tekoa Topic. This is the
lirst speech of the campaign which has
been made in Tekoa and the club was
well represented at the meeting. It now
has. a membership of G9, several joining
Mr. I'ickrtll talked on the tariff, the
monetary question, trusts and expan
sion, defending the position assumed by
the republican party on each. In the
campaign of '96 he Baid that Bryan had
repeatedly reiterated that if the gold
standard plank proposed by the repub
licans should become a law one of the
greatest panics in the country's history
would ensue. The gold standard was
adopted, declared the speaker, and un
precedented prosperity has been witness
ed all over the land. Every thing the
farmer has to sell is higher, excepting
wheat, than it has been for years.
Wheat on the Pacific coast is low on ac
count of a scarcity of transport* in
r. J.i.K to go* it to market. Ttie t (ITlff
question, he said, is so plain a problem
that the benefits accruing from which
should be recognized by everyone at a
glance. Home industries and American
worgingmeu should be protected from
foreign competition. The home manu
factures pay taxes here Mini their foreign
competitors do not.
The republican party, the speaker af
firmed, is the only party that ever en
acted any legislation to curb the powers
of trusts. A law made by that party is
now on the statute books making it un
lawful for manufacturers to combine
with the purpose in view of raising the
price of the articles they manufacture.
When trusts are formed to cheapen pro
duction he did not consider them a men
ace to the country. When we had a
democratic president and both branches
of congress were democratic a Few years
ago not a line of legislation in reference
to trusts wan passed or even agitatt d.
Coming down to expansion the speak
er said that it is incomprehensible to
him how it is that anyone having a
partitle of patriotism in his breast can
entertain for a moment the idea of re
leasing our hold on the Philippines. We
bought them, but aside from this con
sideration they cost us treasures and
blood, and they belong to us as a fruit
of victory. He questioned the patriot
ism of any one favoring the idea of haul
ing down the Hag. Their commercial
importance was then dwelt upon for
some time, and the speaker concluded
after having occupied the floor nearly
an hour. ,1. W. Butchinson, Dr. James,
A. W. l'erley and several others also
made short addresses.
A I'ATUIOTIC CHAPLAIN.
C. C. Batrman Speaks On Our New
In an address before the Spokane Bap
tist Association recently, Chaplain C. C.
Bateman, U. S. A., delivered nome tell
ing sentences in favor of expansion.
The chaplain is an up-to-date man, au
able speaker and withal a Christian.
Having visited the Philippine archipeli
go, Chaplain Bateman ban an inexhaust
ible fund of information at his tongue's
end and knows whereof he speaks.
Referring to the insurrectionists, he
■ays the Tagaisare the cause of all the
present trouble—the continual annoy
ance of these keep many of our soldiers
busy. All other natives nre quiet aud
peaceable. ()[ the minor tribes the
Mncabehe- are the most numerous. This
tribe at one time offered to furnish Gen
Otis -140(1 native troops. Among the
mestizos the Chinese mestizo is by far
the most diligent and honorable *
Continuing, the speaker mentioned the
objections of many that we could have
held the islands without pavingto Spain
the $20,000 000 of purchase monev- we
could have held by right of conquest all
.span.sh territory seized. We could have
done no such thing. We had a rurht
only to what we had really conquered
and that was Cavite and Manila Hid'
we not secured the remaining territory
by right of purchase we would Uve been
opposed by other powers in taking
possession. As it is, w e now hold un
disputed right to the entire group
"The Filipino republic," the speaker
declared, "exists nowhere outside of the
state of Massachusetts. \« K i e i 8 a fraud
and a mountebank. He secured $2<JO .
000 as a bribe from Spain in order to
keep him quiet. That amount being
spent, be next stirred up an ioearrec
tiou in order to get a bribe from Uncle
Sam. but the old man does not do busi
ness in that way. He Himply Bays, 'If;
you don't like Old Glory, get out or I'll !
snoot you out." We don't buy people
to do right.
"Carping critics ask, 'Is expansion
necessary?' To euch I say, Is it neces
sary for civilization to conquer barbar
"As to the character of (Jen. Otis, he
is every inch a man. Aggie could have
been captured at one time, but Otis for
bade his men from so doing. Why?
Himply because Aggie came home at the
time his son died, and Gen. Otis said,
'No; we're not in the assassination busi
"Ihe man who criticizes Gen. OLis is
either ignorant, or else 'he is another
one' and you tell him I?ateman said so.
"The inlands south of Luzon are ab
solutely virgin territory for develop
ment and civilizing influences—mission
ary and educational. Mindanau alone
is worth $14,000,000 in possible re
Miss Mabel Kay visited friends in Mos
cow thin week.
Mrs. M. E. Beach of Palouae spent
Sunday at Colfax.
I). F. Staley, the I'ullrnau hanker, was
a Colfax visitor, Monday.
.John Barger has been suffering sever
al days with an attack of la grippe.
Chas. Feleh, formerly of Colfax, has
gone to Cape Nome to try for fortune.
A. C. Spangler, the Alraota miller, was
transacting business in the city Monday.
Miss Belle Eckler of Walla Walla is in
the city and will spend the summer with
her schoolmate, Miss Jean Goldie Amos.
Mrs. E. P. Baggott of Oakland, Cal.,
is visiting with her sister, Mre. E. M.
Warner, at Colfax.
R. H. Warmoth and family of Diamond
were in attendance at the' Garfield en
campment last week.
Miss Laura Banrer returned Monday
from a week's visit with Miss Grace Shoe
maker at Garfield.
1). Millgard left Thursday of last week
for the Sound, where he attended the
Masonic grand lodge as a delegate.
Miss Ruth Grostein of Lewiston is in
the city, visiting her sisters, Mrs. A.
Kuhn and Mrs. 11. Kaminski.
Frank Ertle of Diamond left Tuesday
for a brief business trip to Sandpoint,
Will Grimes and his sister, Miss Anna,
are here from Harrisburg, Oregon, visit
ing relatives and friends.
J. T. Hillupn, the Pacific Coast Elevat
or Company's manager at La Crosse,
spent Saturday and Sunday at Colfax.
J. 11. Barrett, who has spent a few
months at Whateom and Seattle,return
ed to Co If ax last week.
Rev. J. W. Flesher went to the Sound
last week as the Colfax delegate to the
state meeting of the Anti Saloon League.
Leon Boyer has accepted a position
with a Tekoa mercantile firm and left
Colfax Wednesday to assume bis duties.
Wm. Hiney arrived Wednesday from
Oakland, California, on business con
nected with his Whitman county farms.
Mrs. C. A. Elmer and Miss Lillian
l>lLkcii» relumed Sunday fioui v visit ul
two weeks among Walla' Walla friends.
A. B. Elmer of Baker City, Oregon, is
in the city on an extended visit with his
son, Deputy Sheriff C. A. Elmer.
Mrs. C. A. Torrance and little son re
turned to their home at Diamond last
week, after an extended visit with rela
tives at Ft. Scott, Kansas.
The following Royal Arch Masons
from Colfax attended the meeting of the
Grand Chapter at Tacoma Thursday
and Friday of last week: Thos. Amos
E. C. Murray, I. F. Chadwiek, Julius
Bert Hart recently returned to his
home at Steptoe after having been ab
seut since last fall. He has been mining
in the vicinity of Warduer.
Prof. X. D. Showalter, principal of the
Farmington schools, was in the city
Tuesday, en route home from attend
ance at the commencement exercises of
the Lewistou Normal school.
Ahio S. Watt, tax agent of the O. It.
& N. Company, was at Colfax Saturday
looking after the tax affairs of the com
S. 11. McCall, the Winona townsite
proprietor, was in town Saturday and
said the O. R. & N, Company is undoubt
edly preparing to build the railroad
Rev. M. A. Covington, former pastor
of the Colfax Methodist church, now
stationed at Anacortes, was in attend
ance at the Walla Walla Sunday school
convention aad ran up to Colfax Friday
to greet old friends.
Mr. and Mra. Zell M. Beebe, Mrs. M.
Donnelly and Ed. Yon Soehnen returned
Tuesday from Seattle, where they at
tended the grand lodge of Odd Fellows
Miss Frances Bragg went to Pullman
Ihursday, and will remain during com
mencement exercises at the Agricultural
Alfred Coolidge returned Thursday
from a trip to Oregon. He was accom
panied by his son Dolph, who has been
in school at Portland.
W. J. Hamilton left Sunday for the
Hot Springe at the foot of the Cascades
GO miles this side of Tacoma, where it is
hoped he may regain hie health.
Mrs. L, I). Woodward left Wednesday
evening for Portland, to attend the com
mencement exercises of Portland Aca
demy, where her son Chandler graduates
From Sumpter Mines.
Fiank M. Bowman arrived Wednesday
from Su mpter, Oregon, where he has been in
the interest of mining property. He reports
the bonding of the entire Porcupine group in
the interest of Golfax people. The property
he represents is but C miles from Sumpter and
H miles from the famous North Pole group
winch is one of the richest in the district '
darfield Lnterpriee: W. J. Tipton
and Ipm McCown returned Sunday from
the mines in British Columbia, as the
snow was too deep to work at present
James Gant remained and with a force
of twelve men is working on the trail,
tie will not return for a month or two
Uarfield Enterprise: A teleeram wnn
received Wednesday evening™ Pe rm
that John B. Gwinn, father of
r^ove Wr IDn ** *** i 8 Bick and Cannot
G^.Praying~^fir~^rE^nom y. See
COLFAX GAZETTE, COLFAX, WASHINGTON, JUNE 15, 1000.
Big Meeting of the Colfax Club
Returns From the National Conven
tion Will Be Had at the
The Colfax Republican Club of about 200
members proposes to whoop things up next
Wednesday evening, June 20. The stalwarts
will celebrate in pood style the renomination
of President McKinley, which will probably
be made during that day. If bo, full returns
of the convention proceedings will be had at
the meeting hall, which will be either at the
court house or opera house.
This will be a particularly good evening for
republicans to gather, coming aa it does on the
evening of the county primaries and imme
diately following the presidential nomination.
President Chapman of the club h in corres
pondence with Hon. John B. Allen whom he
hopes to secure as the speaker of the evening.
In event Mr. Allen cannot be present another
speaker with at least a state reputation will
Colfax republicans propose to warm up to
the issues before them at this meeting, and in
the name of the club President Chapman and
Secretary E. H. Kirkland are issuing invita
tions to republicans all over the county, ask
ing them to assist in starting the tire under
the democracy. All republicans will be
warmly welcome and are expected, They are
hereby invited, whether a personal invitation
is received or not.
The 0. It. & N. Company is sinking a
reservoir well near the new water tank.
A Blight frost nipped the beans and
potatoes in some localities, last Friday
Prof. F. N. English closed his classical
and preparatory school Wednesday,
with appropriate exercises.
Elijah Grimm is erecting a lunch
counter and confectionery stanu near
the (). It. & N. passenger depot.
Whooping cough has seized upon a
number of Colfax children, and a few
rather eerious cases are reported.
A new foundation has recently been
placed beneath the Pacific Coaßt elevator
and an extension and driveway added.
At the Diamond school election last
Saturday Henry Rock was elected direct
or andA. S. Hamilton clerk for the en
B, F. Nicholas has sold his residence
in the South end to B. Baker for $1025
cash and bought the Winchell property
on Cooper street for $850.
Wong Gee, the Chinaman charged
with the murder of Ching, was held Sat
urday by Justice Kirkland, without bail,
to answer to the superior court.
Company L, N. G. VY\, will visit Ta
coma on the Fourth, 43 strong. The
entire Second regiment is to be mobil
ized. The company will leave July ].
Wheat delivered at warehouse yester
day was 40c; wheat stored in ware
house, 38J£c clear of storoge. Ranch
butter has dropped to 25c per roll, cash.
The harnesß and saddlery firm of Cohn
& Boyer has been dissolved. A. Cohn
has sold his entire interest to Sam
RnyPP, who will continue the buoincoet at
The Colfax Badgers were twice defeat
ed Saturday and Sunday by the Spo
kane Athletic Club team, on the grounds
of the latter. The scores were 17 to 12
in both games.
Anron Kuhn's new warehouse at Guy,
which he ia preparing to erect at once
on a site procured last week, is to have
a capacity of about 125,000 bushels. It
will be 00x150 feet and be solidly con
Charge Was Reduced.
The case of C. 11. Abrauis, who was arrest
ed at Gartield Friday, was called in the su
perior court Monday when the original charges
were reduced to simple assault. The evidence
did not justify the original charges, the plain
tiff, Jessie Ewell, failing to appear. Defend
aut was released with a fane of $40 and coats.
Pleaching services at the U. P. church next
Sabbath as follows by the pastor: 11 a. id.,
"The Collapse of Conceit.' 1 Bp. ni., "The
Depths of Desire." Sabbath school at noon,
C. E. at 7.30 p. m. A cordial welcome ex
A Monster Devil Fish
Destroying its victim, is a type of con
stipation. The power of this malady is
felt on organs, nerves, muscles and brain.
P>ut Dr. King's New Life Pills are a sate
and certain cure. Best in the world for
stomach, liver, kidneys and bowels. Only
25 cents, at The Elk Drug Store, F. J.
A Few More Bargains.
A fine residence on south end hill,
worth $8000, which I am offering at
$1600. Another one within three blocks
of the postoffice, worth $1800, that can
be bought for $1300. Another one in
Avenue addition, worth $1500, that will
go at $1250. Now is the time to buy
cheap. In the fall prices will go up.
Call in and see me. Geo. H. Lennox*
Physicians are the friends of the fam
ily. Hakpek Whiskey is the friend of
the physicians. A most valuable assist
ant and one that can be trusted. Sold
by W. J. Hamilton, Colfax, Wash
Dr. Buck's Celery, Sarsaparilla and
Dandelion Compound, for that lazy feel
ing. Purifies the blood; makes one feel
good. Sold only at The Elk Drug Store-
Do you want an evaporator, capacity
100-150 pounds fruit a day? See
Games, at Economy o
See Hulin Bros, for cherry boxes. They
have a large stock always on hand.
Beet eastern eoap, 7 bare for 25c, at
Economy. See Gamep o
LIVERY, FEED AND SALE STABLES
Ana AUCTION CORRAL.
MILL STREET. D. D. NEAD, Propr.
Special attention to transient stock. Horses
boarded by the day, week or month. Our
rates are rijjht.
Headquarters Almota and Penawawa Stage
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.
Pleased With the l'alouse.
Chas. Oste, a well to-do farmer from Ana
mosa, lowa, wan at Colfax Wednesday. He |
has been looking the country over about Col- [
fax and Palouse, with a view of removing
here and bringing half a dozen other good
lowa families with him. He was much pleased
with the fine crops of the Palouse. He had
heard that one could throw his hat on the
growing wheat in this country and the grain
would hold it up, but thought this a hard
Btory to believe. While visiting his old friend
and neighbor. J. \V. Ferguson, who recently
purchased a farm near Palouse, Mr. Oate tried
the experiment and found he had been told
the truth. The hat rode serenely on the
heads of the wheat. Mr. Oste left Wednes
day for Puget Sound and Oregon points to
look the country over, but was so favorably
impressed with the Palouse that his return
here is expected.
Spiritualism and Hypnotism.
Commencing on Monday, June 18, "The
World's Wonder Company" will begin a three
night's engagement at the opera house in an
instructive, amusing and entertaining program
of spiritualism and hypnotism, including mind
reading and magical illusions. On Monday
evening, every gentleman purchasing a 50c
ticket can have another seat reserved for a
lady, who will be admitted free. Seats will
be on sale at Hamilton's commencing Monday
morning at 9 o'clock.
Among those bunkoed by Bure thing men on
circuß day were an old man named Bryant and
Jim Kincaid. The former lost $10, which the
sheriff secured the return of before the circus
left town. Kincaid lost §(!5 and was in an
awful stew. Sheriff Canutt and Deputy Carter
took him to Garfield and secured the return of
hie money. Mo others made complaint.
Miss Jean Bernadine Sargent of Spo
kane, assisted by Mrs. Geo. Chapman,
accompanist,and Misses Dora and Edith
Wiseman, will give a song recital at the
M. E. church Tuesday evening, June 19,
rendering the following program:
1. Instrumental Solo Selected
o a. "You Are Mine De Koven
• b. "Lydia"- Margaret Lane
Miss Jean Bernadine Sargent
3. Duet Selected
Mr. and Miss Sargent.
4. Reading Selected
Miss Dora Belle Wiseman.
5. "Valse de Komeo et Juliette".. ..Gounod
0. Instrumental Solo Selected
Miss Edith Wiseman.
7. "Chouson Epagnole'' Delibes
g a. "The Proposal" Brackett
°- b. "May Day" Walther
Admission, 25 cent? #
The ladies of the Congregational
church will give their semi-annual dinner
in the Davis building, on Thursday,
June 21. A good substantial meal will
be served, beginning at 5 o'clock. Price,
The ladies of the Christian church will
serve lunch and dinner on Wednesday,
June 27th, in the Davis building, one
door south of Colfax Implement Co o
of Horses at the old Ellin
Corral, in Colfax, on
Saturday, June 30th
CoinmemMiif? .il 11 o'clock a. m. sharii.
At the above time and place to be sold
i(\ FORTY HKAD OF WELL BRED irk
AMERICAN HORSES, -±U
ranging in weight from 1100 to 1500 pounds and
in age from -1 to 8 years. All well broke. A
number (if good driving teams, single and doa
ble, are included in the band.
All parties wanting good heavy work horses
or drivers will do well to attend this sale as the
highest bidden will be buyers- no by-bidding.
TERMS—Time will be given to Nov. 15,1900
without interest. Notes not paid when due will
bear interest at the rate of 10 per cent from date
H. MITCH HLL, Auctioneer.
Farmers, why let the equinels
eat up your crop when you can
kill them with a
McDonald Squirrel Gun?
References—Washington Agricultural Col
lege, Pullman; University of Idaho, Moscow;
B. T. Byrns. Moscow; Reed, Moscow; First
National Bank, Moscow; G. Horn, Oakesdale-
J R. Lee, Colfax.
Warranted, if directions are followed, or
money refunded, and $2T> on the side to any
one proving differently.
G. E. HICKEY, (Jenl. Agent.
Box 420, Walla Walls, Wash.
ht V incent's Academy
WALLA WALLA, WASH.
A select Boarding School for young girls.
Gives a thorough education in all English
branches. Music, Fancy Work, Languages,
etc. No compulsion with regard to religious
opinions. TERMS MODERATE.
Address. SISTER SUPERIOR.
COME IN AND SEE
» "<s3sjsL? - Our Is ew Line of
**JgSSs§gapL* aui GLOVES
jScfficS^sS-JSL prices always low
* ffjSS^^s/'T3r'rl r / New stock of fine
xI / SSfS&SIMtotWIjSSSjIi // Crockery and
FRED H. BROW\ B Uys
Cattle and Hogs.
Pays highest market price.
Office with Chaa. DeFrance, Colfax, Wash.
Marble and Granite Works
D. MILLGARD & CO. Proprietors.
Monuments, Headstones, Tablets
All Kinds of Cemetery Work.
Call and see samples. Wall Street !
J. W. CAIRNS,
Express and Drayman
Will haul your freight or move your
goods and chattels
MIL LIN ER V *1900* MIL LIN EKY
Our Spring Opening of Ladies' Hats,
Bonnets and Millinery Garniture
WAS AN EVENT IN" COLFAX AND
CONTINUES WITH GREAT SUCCESS
Mth. J. Fisher wii! take pleasure in receiving and attending
to the calls of her main lady patrons. The entire line is a very
attractive one, selected by her exclusively in the various Eastern
markets, and consists ol many new and beautiful Htyles. Our
Spring and Summer Novelties in Dry Goods are being daily re
ceived and placed on sal-, and when all are delivered will consist ol
Silk Waists, Silk Skirts, Silk Wraps, Summer Silks for Skirts, Waists and
Suits, 7'iVs', Brits, Buckles, Parasol*, Ribbons, Embroideries, Matched Sets of
Embroideries, All Over Embroideries, Lacs, All-Over Laces, Nets, Fringes,
Braufs, and many other Novelties in Ladies' Lingerie.
Our many patrons are cordially invited to call and inspect
our extensive lines before making their purchases.
""'"■""■"-■■ OHAS. P-LA.TT.
Our stock is most complete and prices to suit the times.
Here are a few articles we carry:
Groceries, Crockery, Jelly Glasses, Machine Oil,
Tinware, Graniteware, Hay and Grain,
Tubs, Washing Machines, Fruit, Vegetables,
Baskets, Water Kegs, Confectionery, Nuts,
Fruit Jars and Tops, Cigars, Tobacco,
Crocks, Jugs and Pots, Tropical Fruits, etc., etc.
Eggs and Poultry wanted in large or email quantities, for which w- p.-iy <!ih!i
or merchandise. Bring us all you have.
C. HL MOOREI,
I'hone Main Zt t . Free Delivery. Colfax, Washington.
£=> © %^Ljft> Wfari; you see in a \X\\\<*
d^Cv\ *«*iSss*l i«N UMsL*** or other Jewelry depends on your
VW VW W W J&T knowledge of such matters. It is
** j (^ easy to mistake baser metals for
C*7. | £»y I Ap gold—imitations for real jewels.
<v^Trv-s?v VjL, S t>\ Here is the safe plan: come to us. We
"~^J /\y _ JrjJBB Y\ know all about the quality of our goods
(jj^^^H »nd we give you the benefit of our e\
S' 1- i^J^ .*x^rza!!f^Bm f%) V] perience and our honest valuation.
' -"-3* ftS^Bßft^B l^^^><^ /^^Vl 11**1 I■ • ■ i ■
•Jgj: wßpf'- //*} *i^f] C \ atclies, lungs, Bracelets,
E* ML .A. Rose.
rrv the COLFAX DRUG STORE !*i Joar
r itHlO \j 1\ 1 I 1 lV;i> & --- ly On^e purest drugs, a*
Next Door to Postoffiee. Telephone, Main 1. C. F. STUART, Propr.
PUKE DRUGS, PAINTS AND OILS at the
FARMERS' Dltl'G STOKE. |. MCT , plluM ..„,„,„...„„„ „„,„,
Yes, It's Fine
No drink so delicious as our Ice Cream Soda.
Cooling on a hot day and refreshing on a cold
one. Every day we in.prove it, every season
we add to our facilities; thus we keep in the
lead. OUR CHOCOLATES AND BON
BONS ARE THE BEST EVER SOLD
CHAS. KENNEL, P. O. Store.
T>Y VIRTUE OF CHOICE GOODS,
±J low prices and fair dealing, we have
earned the title of
Purveyors to the
People of Colfax,
which we will hold and defend by the
same prompt and intelligent attention
to the wants of our patrons.
Bennett & Tarbet,
You and your Horse
will be treated right at
LIDDLJIj S STABLE
Finest Turnouts in tbe city.
Teams and saddle horses by the hour,
day or week. Stock boarded at reason
H. M. LIDDLE, Propr.
Highest market price paid for country pro
duce of all kinds.
Sells the Best
Pumps ami Windmills
in the Palouse Country.
See him before buying.
Going to Build?
If ho, you will Knvc money
before placing aiiv )r<|»TH
for huililiriu: material.
Sash, Doors, Blinds,
Moulding, Window Glass,
and building material of all kinds kept
constantly on band. Kiln Dried Lumber
a specialty. Intimates promptly fur
nished and money saved for you in
C. N. CLAM
Leave orders at BarroU &
Mohnej's Hardware Store.
Pioneer Drug Store,
\V. J. HAMILTON, Prop.-.
Prescription Work a Specialty.
A L<ii)pl-t" stock of
I>rugn, lledirinan, Chemicals,
Soaps, Brushes, Perfnuipri**,
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