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FOUGHT FOR A JUDGE
The Republican Primaries Were
Warm on This Question.
Much Interest Was Taken Over the
County and a l^ar^e Vote
Was Cast.
The republican i>rimarieH held Wednesday
throughout the county wore in many respectH
the liveliest in Whitman county politics for
.naiiy a day.
The hottest nf the fi^ht was the struggle
for the jadgeship nomination. For some time
it !ia« been :i mooted question an to juat whom
the delegates wonld select, and even yet n<»
noe run tell. Harvey of l'ullman, Wilson of
Palouse, and Picktell, Ettinger, Trimble and
Bryant of Col fax are each in the race for the
Htipremacy. It i* reported that tlie Palouse
delegation i* *.:lid for Wilson, while many
other delegations :ire in doubt. Three-fourths
nf the li delegates from the three Colfax
wards are believed to stand for Bryant, while
the Pickrrll forces claim lartje strength out
f-iite and Kttiuser's Frienda 'insist that he is
in no danger.
The following delegates were chosen, ho far
:i- heard from:
North Colfax Win. Howard, Samuel
Lyons, W. O. McCaw. Sixteen votes were
i ;i«t. 1. B. Harris tied with Howard and
Lyons, hut was beaten on the Hip of half a
dollar.
South Colfax— Hugh Sberfey, A. Bidle,
Sam Ellis, l'arvin.
Colfax, h'rnt ward —Chas. U. Baker. Dr.
Benson, J. K. Good, B. F. Newcomer, Chas.
VoiiSoehnen. l>r. Benson precinct cominittee
inttii. Kighty-two votes were cast.
Colfax. second ward .John Hedberft, Thos.
Amon, Thos. Baker, W. J. Davenport, Simon
l>r,'ifuH, Wallace Williams, F. N. BtU'lish.
The 1 isera ran within a few votes of the
winners. W. J. Day en port and C. A. Chap
man tied with 48 votes each for committee
man. One hundred and thirty-fix ballots were
cast. The republican vote in liS'.tS wa .s 121.
Colfax, third ward —Jas. U. Ewart, (Jeo.
I. Howard, M. E. Scantlin, W. E. Slate.
Jas. 11. Ewart, committecman. Fifty votes
wen- cast.
Endicott—T. 11. Logsdon, <!e". Allen,
Henry Litzenburp, Chaa. Bruihl.
Garfield, city—Dr. J. N. Clark. John
Lawrence, M. A. Corner, C. A. (Iwiun, Jos.
Bishop.
Cartieh!, country—J. V. Crisp, S. B, Shoe
maker, Jacob Dicus, Bert Lemons
Oakeedale citv-O. E. Hailey, Will McCoy,
W. Witte, W. P. Gale, Thos. Secrest.
Oakeadale, cout,try—John Lathrum, John
Kelly, and a tie between Sam Carter and two
others.
Harper-John Si.iler, W. Whitten, Thos,
Sannders.
Elhertou—H. T. Irion, (iVatit Hunt.
Elbetton, country John Bishop, James
L iij. Sam Crumhaker.
East ami West Palouse — 11. ML Boone. Geo.
N. Lamphere, Ed. Cheney, Leon Brown, R.
M. Ca!li*on. Two short.
Diamond John Ertle, Grueel, Sherfey.
Altnota — Hfiiry Hickman, Nelson Allen.
(Jniontown city—W. A. Btrappier,Bristow.
Uniontowu country-] >urham, ThoaSchoef
fen, Hadley.
Coltoncity 1». C. Aiken, liraucb,Fanning.
Colton country—W. F. Johnson, Flowers,
Simpson. .Shirley and Pendry tied.
Tekoa City—Parley, Hutchinaon, Richard
son, Kinc;.
Tekoa country— Dixod, Flint.
Ewartsville — Arthur Whitten, Henry
Young, Oscar Young.
Cuy-W. H. Thomas. IT. (I. Lawler, Rob
erta, J. T. Wallace.
Farmingtoa city—F. W. Beer, Walter Hay
field, O. R. Hendrickaon.
Farmington country—Dunn, Butler,Prop^t.
Rosalia city—Brockway, Anderson, Whit
ten.
Kosalia country—Howell, Went, Winner.
S. Pullman—Wilfred Allen, J. B. Sanborn,
H. M Chambers, G. 15. Wilson, W. E Jay
bin], Bay Clark.
N. Pullman—l. W. Shearer, L. V. Comer,
J. R. Moya, George JJitchie.
I'ullinan country—lra Nye, Phillips, K. S.
Booth.
Clinton— N. Haynes, G. Wilson.
Palouse —l. K. Luce, G. ('. Kenoyer.
Jotnuon—Jno. G. Gibson, W. A. Donald
son, Frank Hooper.
The Caucuses.
The caucus in the second ward was
attended by about ."{() members of the
party. .1. N. Pickrell, precinct committee
man and chairman of the county central
committee, opened the meeting and was
later chosen as chairman. Howard
Bramwell, secretary of the county central
committee, was secretary of the caucus.
Not less than 14 names, it was an
nounced, were to be placed in Domina
tion from which seven delegates to the
county convention were to be selected fit
the Wednesday primaries. .Nineteen
names were placed in nomination, as
follows:
.1. I>. Elite, John Hedberg, Tfaoe. Amos,
Thoß. Baker, W. J. Davenport, Dr. Cal
M. Boswell, Simon Dreifns, Win. Colvin,
Dr. (i. A. Chapman, H. L. Plommer,
Alex Badeley, E. Davidson, A. .1. Davis,
Qeo. Lommnsson, .1. F. Fuller, E J.
Armstrong, Wallace Williams, F. \\
English, Gfo. H. Lennox. Dr. .1. \.
Pocock was named, hut declined.
To n'lve as precinct cominittceman
for the ensuing two years Dr. (i. A.
Chapman and W. ,1. Davenport were
named to make the race before the prim
ary. .1. N. Pickrell was also nominated
for tlii» place but declined.
As offisersof the primary, 11. P. James
and Henry Liddle were ehoeen as judges
and H. H. McCord as clerk.
The first ward was a hummer. There
are good republicans in the favorite resi
dence district, and about "»() of them
took an interest in political affairs,
where not more than 30 assembled at
early candle light in the second ward
The first is entitled to five delegates in
the county convention uext Wednesday,
but the spirit of true republican liber
ality was shown and 20 were named to
go on the primary ticket, ac follows:
.1. (i. Combs, .1. M. Raker, .las. Cairns,
E. Kransee, R. 11. Hauna, F. D. Lake
H. Copley. M. A. Rose. E. H. Hinchliff,
Dr. John Benson, F. If. Warner,.!. R.
Good, Henry Van Schoick, I!. F. Hanker,
E T. Coman, Chas. I. Baker. Chas. Yon
Soehnen, Chas. E. Scriber, B. F. New
comer, Dr. A. F. Stuht. Mr. Krausse
declined.
For central conimitteemau Dr. John
Benson, E. If. Warner and R. F. Ranker
were placed on the ticket.
W. 11. Janus was chosen as primary
inspector, ,1. M. Baker and B. F. New
comer as judges and L. \. Dubois and
>> . K. Abrams clerk.
Dr. John Benson presided and I B
I'oolittle was secretary.
The third ward is entitled to four dele
gates to the county convention and
placed in nomination ten good repub
licans, ac follows:
M E Scantlic,. \\\ E. Slate, Geo. P.
Howard, EH. kirkland, D.U.Shaw,
nr i S'n t £"*' ('co- (ial'oway, Isaac
hll.s, JO Johnston. Ed. Yon Soehnen.
.las. H. Ewart and (J eo . p Howard
were named to contest for the precinct
committeeehip. F
D. H. Shaw, Sr., and Emeley Canutt
were chosen a 8 judges at the primary
and 8. B. Siler as clerk.
Politicians At Elherton.
The annual picnic at Elberton opened
Thursday, with a fair sized crowd in at
tendance. The democratic brethren held
a meat eating contest and political feast,
lion. Billy Goodyear and others gave
some of the ideal methods whereby Bry
anism is to save the country from the
eternal bowwows. Friday the popolists
will whoop it up for their side, receiving
the unadulterated referendum doctrine
fresh from the lips of Judge McDonald,
J. ll.St.Lawrence and others of like pol
ical faith. Saturday is republican day
and Hon. John B. Allen and others will
present the side representing the prea
t-ent administration. Aside from the
political meetings the usual program of
songs, recitations, games, anil races jh
given tin* year. The little city mm its
usual holiday attire.
M'kINLEY AM) ROOSEVELT.
Botb Nominated at Philadelphia
By Avclanialion.
Philadelphia, June 21.—McKinley for presi
dent and Governor Teddy Roosevelt of New
York for vice president were today nominated
by acclamation by the republican national
convention. Roosevelt fought hard to pre
vent his own nomination, and in this he was
aided until near the last by Senator Mark
Hanna, but the tide of Roosevelt nentiment
could not be stayed. Hanna finally gave in
and advised Roosevelt's nomination. The
enthusiasm was intense. The whole country
wanted Teddy, and the delegates would not
consider his declination.
The I)ojf and Tony Show.
Norria & Uowe's dog and pony show
gave two exhibitions in the city Wednes
day, which were reasonably well attend
ed. This little show is clean throughout
and reflects great credit ujon its man
agement, both as to the character of
its performances and the absence of
shell games and confidence men The
intelligence shown by the animals is
simply wonderful. The military drill
executed by the ponies is, to say the
least, one of the cleverest acts in the
show.
City Improvements.
The city council has ordered a ditch
cut at the lower end of Cooper lake —the
idea being to put in a dam, with a head
gate at the upper end of the ditch. At
intervals the head gate will be raised
and thus the lake drained of the stag
nant water that usually accumulates
there during the stage of low water.
Karri Destroyed liy Fire.
The barn belonging to (ieo. \V. Case.
Jr., of the St. John neighborhood caught
fire one day last week. Barn aud con
tents were almost a total loss, but
luckily Mr. Case carried a #,'sa() insur
ance policy in a company represented by
H. W. Goff. The loss was promptly
and satisfactorily adjusted.
itiifht Leg Broken.
While working the road laat Friday,
W. 15. Hlatcliley of Clear creek, wan
caught by a V shaped road pcraper and
one bone of hi« right leg broken jnnt
above the ankle. Fortunately the acci
dent proved to be only a slight one and
it was not necessary to summon a
Hurgeon.
PERSONAL MENTION.
Robert Smith of PalouHe spent Friday
at Colfax.
Republican couuty convention next
Wednesday.
Miss Osie Ringer of Almota visited
Colfax friends a few days last week.
Prof. James S. Smith of Thornton was
transacting business in the city Wednes
day.
Phil Love returned Tuesday from a
visit to Seattle, where ho reports things
booming.
Chaplain Bateman was the guest of
Mr. and Mrs. F. T. Trimble Wednesday
and Thursday.
Wednesday was the hottest day of
the season, the thermometer registering
97 in the shade.
Will Kennell is home from Walla
Walla, where he has been attending
Whitman college.
S. J. Chad wick was elected worshipful
master by the grand lodge of Masons,
at Seattle, last week.
Miss Birdie Hollingsworth returned
Saturday morning from attendance at
St. Mary's Academy at Portland.
Miss Laura James has returned from
Walla Walla, where she has been attend
ing school at Whitman college.
Rev. W. W. Reid and wife are in at
tendance at the State Christian Endeavor
Convention in Spokane this week.
Jack Stuart and family and Chas.
Torrance of Diamond, left* Tuesday for
a month's visiting on the St. Joe.
M. D. Walters returned Saturday from
Whitman college at Walla Walla. He
will spend the vacation at his home here.
Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Raglin returned to
Spokane Monday after visiting the past
week with the family of W. J. Daven
port.
Mrs. C. H. Bass left Saturday for
Kellogg, Idaho, to join her husband,
who is manager of the leading clothing
house there.
Miss Emma Davenport returned home
Saturday from attendance at Whitman
college at Walla Walla. She will spend
the vacation at home.
Misses NanaConyardand Bertha Ken
nell returned Sunday from St. Vincent's
Academy, Walla Walla, the latter gradu
ating with high honorß.
Miss Anna Feenan of Pleasant Valley,
returned to her home Sunday after an
attendance of nine months at St. Vin
cent's Academy, Walla Walla.
Mrs. W. J. Davenport returned home
Sunday from Los Angelee, Caliiornia.
She was accompanied by her mother,
Mrs. R. S. Thompson, who went to Spo
kane Wednesday to make her home
Rev. T. J. Colline and family, Mr. and
Mrs. J. U. Combs, Mr. and Mrs. E. T.
Trimble and Paul Pattieon returned
Monday from Oakesdale, where they
were in attendance at the meeting of the
Baptist association.
Clifford Sent to the Pen.
Monday the attorneys for the prosecution
in the Clifford case asked that a date be set
for his trial upon another charge, but the court
took the matter under advisement and finally
refused to set a date. At the same time
UiHord and his attorneys seemed more
anxious to get him into the pen now
than to risk any further chances on an
other tna and according to instructions from
the court he was taken to Walla Walla Tues
day by Deputy Sheriff Chaa. Elmer and
George Young. Clifford is said to have weak
ened when he realized that the big gate was
shut behind him and a three years' sentence
lay between him and liberty. |
COLFAX GAZETTE, COLFAX, WASHINGTON, JUNE 22, 1900.
PREACHED EXPANSION
Chaplain Bateninu Addressed
the Republican Club.
Defended the Government Against
the Charges Piled Up By
the Democracy.
"i \\ ish some artist with skillful pencil and
prophetic eye to paint a picture of the awaken
ing of the Orient. Let the back-ground be
Luminous with sunrise, through a tropical haze,
out of which looms the plume-tops of royal
palms. In the foreground I see a" American
soldier, in kah-ki uniform, bending over the
recumbent figure of the sleeping Orient; and, as
he gently strokes her tresses, I can hear him
say: -Awake from thy slumber of centuries,
thou fair one; for, behold, a new day has
dawned for all the world. The mighty" west
shall bless the east, and sen shall answer sea,
and mountain unto mountain rail, '('raise 'i'>d
for free.' "
With thiH beautiful word picture Chaplain
C. (J. Bateman closed a speech both interest
ing and politically instructive at the court
house Wednesday night, under the auspices ot
the Colfax republican club. The chaplain
eloquently preached the doctrine of expansion
nnd showed Aguinaldo up in his true colors as
a brigand and bribe taker. Having recently
returned from the Philippines, where he served
as chaplain of the Twentieth regiment, Mr.
Bateman assured his hearers that there was
nor never had been such a thing as the Fili
pino republic, and that Aguinaldo was noth
ing more than the dictator of the Tagaloa, one
of 65 tribes. Many Filipinos oppose him.
He is an arrant coward who has never been in
battle and a deceiver whom his own people
despise. The Tagaloa are hated by all other
tribes.
The .■520,000,000 payment for the islands
was defended on the ground that none of the
country except Manila and Cavite had at that
time been conquered and other governments
would have objected and prevented our occu
pation except by purchase. Every property
owner and responsible man among the Fili
pinos talkß tor an I believe* in the American
government.
The very people, said the speaker, who now
object to expansion are the ones who first in
augurated the expansion policy. Democrats
were responsible for the Louisana purchase
and the Mexican war which resulted in turn
ing a preat territory in the southwest over to
the United States. They now e:o back on their
own doctrine. The whole story of expansion
is democratic.
The .speaker defended the government
against the charges of yellow newspapers that
the soldiers were badly treated in tne Spanish
war. He was in Cuba with the Sixteenth
regiment and never heard but one complaint
of ill treatment from a soldier. This soldier's
left arm had been shattered by a ball and he
was going forward alone to find and kill the
Spanish sharpshooter who did it, when an
officer ordered him back to safer ground. 1 It
felt ill used.
The opposition charge th.it Filipinos have
been killed in cold blood by the United States
government. "The man who says this," ex
claimed the chaplain, "is a liar, willful and
malicious, or a traitor, or both, as they
please.'
The great natural wealth of the islands was
set out and the bold assertion made that the
inland of Mindanao alone is worth ten times
the purchase price.
The speaker is an eloquent man, and the
beauties of his language were fully appreci
ated and his sentiments most heartily applaud
ed by the audience.
IiOCAIj BREVITIES.
The Spring flat band, 18 strong, with
camp equipage, paused through town
Wednesday, en route to the Klberton
picnic.
Mrs. A. V. Nelson of near Diamond,
was brought to St. Ignatius hospital
Monday, suffering from severe stomach
trouble.
The Baptist church at (Jarfield was
destroyed by fire Wednesday, and along
with the property about half of Rev.
Pace's library. The work of fire bugs.
At the district lodge W. 0. W. held at
Pullman this week, John Pattison was
elected a delegate to the grand lodge of
that order soon to meet at Salt Lake
City.
Fred Colemau has sold his interest in
the Hotel Coleman to his former part
ner, C. L. Mackenzie, who will now con
duct the house alone, with W. B. Har
mon as clerk.
Miss I [attic (irimsley and Mr. Will
Sherfey, teachers of the Chesnut and
Ringer schools respectively, close their
work with a joint picnic at the Felch
grove on Rebel flat, Saturday.
The republican state central commit
tee has been called to meet at Seattle
July 12 to name a date for the state
convention aud transact such other
business as may come before it.
Census Enumerator VV. (). McCaw of
the North Colfaz country census district,
states that unless additional help is se
cured it will not be possible to complete
the work in his district this month.
Hennett 4c Tarbet, the well known
grocers, have sold their grocery business
to .Sheldon & Lacey of this city. The
members of the old firm think of engag
ing in business at Missoula, Montana.
Jn the local markets wheat is quoted
at 41 cents in the warehouse, and 44
cents f. o. b. Colfax. July wheat jumped
to H:\ at Chicago Wednesday. Eggs are
quoted at 12& butter at 25, new po
tatoes at V/ t cents a pound, cherries 40
cents a box, new peas, 4 cents a pound.
School Entertainment.
An entertainment by members of the
school in district IG, and others, will be
given at the Christian church, Pleasant
Valley, Friday evening, June 29, com
mencing at 8 o'clock p. m. No admis
sion fee will be charged, but a collection
will be taken for the benefit of the dis
trict library fund.—A. W. Armstrong,
teacher.
Marriage Licenses.
Marriage licenses have been issued to the
following persons during the week: T. E.
Landers and Mrs. Jennie Johnson, both of
Tekoa; Thos. A. Gallaugher and Ada Yon
Soehnen, both of Colfax; Jacob Entel and
Catherine Kruge, both of La Crosse; Luther
A. Lowry, Fallens, and Bertha E. Hunt, Mos
cow.
Over a Children's Row.
George Saunders was convicted in Justice
Swain's court at Pullman Monday. He had
been hauled up on a charge of assault on Mrs
Lmily Bentz and son Arthur, Deputy Prose
cuting Attorney Koberts appearing for the
state and Wyman and Bull for the defense.
Saunders was fined $~> and costs.
Representatives of the 19th Century
Dressmaking Co. will establish a dress
making school and teach a course, be
ginning early in July. Ladies interested
in dress and economy will not fail to in
vestigate,;,
Lost —June 20, between the court
house and Donovan's Btudio, a ladies'
hand bag containing a pair of scissors
and some dress goods. Finder return
to Johnston's butcher shop. Reward
Mrs. J. n. Brakebill o
WHITMAN COUNTY GRADUATES.
Honor Roll of Young People Who
Won Diplomas.
yuperiutendent Roberts reports the
work of holding eighth grade examina
tions in the county. One hundred and
twenty-five young people have succeeded
in securing the coveted eighth grade
diplomas this year. The record is one
of which the people of Whitman county
may well feel proud. The names by
school districts are given below:
District 1, Colfax—Martha Cornelius,
Harry Davenport, James Davis, Susie
Kltzroth, Cornelius Stone.
District G, Farmington—l'aul <>. Culp,
Park W. Harlow, Andrew (). Holm,
Koss U. Kennedy, Lewis Kingsbury,
Albra l'addock, Effie Tears, Kuby Dean
Rector, Bertha E. Service, Kdna Ken
nedy, Joe Mitchell, (has. Pratt, Myrtle
Nicholson, Anna Ritchey, Beatrice llar
baugh.
District 9, Palouse—Eddie Cheney,
Katherine Egan, Stephen Travis.
District IT, Clinton—Lena Hawks.
District 13, Union towo—Raymond
Hillyard, Fred W. Herman, Anna Dabm.
l>iHtrict 24, Rosalia—Nellie Ledbetter,
Allie Spargeoo, Susie Dyer, Katherine
Donahoe, Ledgie Roberts, Frank Can
well, Bertha Wbittimore, Lillie Wyer,
May Shindier, Retta Uobertn, Wilford
Kiggs, Jense Merritt, Annie Turnley,
Martha Merritt, Eva Boozer, Bessie
Settlemier, Pluma Allen.
District .'52, Eden Valley— Edwin
Evans, Beryl Livingstone, Lalla Living
stone.
District .'s.">, Branham—Nellie A. Clark.
District 3G, Garfield—Addie Strong,
Fred Strong, William Love, John Love.
Louis Westaeott, Elmer Disney.
District 4G, Green Hollow—Clara
Howard, Nevada Howard.
District 4M, Ringer—Rath Manchester.
District f>o, Tennennee flat —Florence
Smith, Lena Elleu Smith, Ada Ethel
Smith, Delia Lee Freeln, Katie May
Cochran, Lulu Ann Cochran, Maude
Fitzgerald, Laura Davis.
District 51, Hubbard—Frankie Mor
gan, Etbel Havens, Anna Maude Smith.
District ~>i Russell—Phleda Barkhuff.
District 61, Col ton—Darry Oliver, Mac
Ralph, Lula Johnson.
lMstrice C'J, Oakesdale— Elmer F.
Hasting, Thomas W. Keerest, Maude M.
Robinson, Icypherne Dearduff, Harriet
P. (iainen, George E. Bratton, Myrtle M.
Hratton, Kdna R. Kelly, Kllenore E
Kelly.
District 72, California flat—Orton
Lamb.
District 74, Endicott—Albert Miller,
Minnie Allen.
District 79, Thorn creek Mattie Reed,
Edna Crawford, Tom Morrison, Albert
Crawford, John McCroskey.
District 82, Tekoa—.John Campbell,
Ben Schurman, Arthur Morris, Eddy
Schaw, Mazy Hill, Annie Lauritzen,
Minnie Masterman, Estelle Button, Clara
Scott, Sarah Russell, Ethel Gatward,
Violet Courtv,right, Annie Lnper, Endy
Courtwright.
District DO, (iuy—Jan.es Bachus,
Herbert Boweil, Wat Joneo, Oscar
Marti, Gay Mcß^yuolds, Claude Wright,
Anna Mathews, Lottie Saylor.
District 105, Klberton—Mabel Bodine,
Viva Canniff, Bertha Trice, Trensie Fred
erick, Bessie Dallas, William Walter,
Everett Scott.
District 116, Chesnut—Mabel Ches
nut, EHie Strevy.
District 117, St. John—Elsie (Mow.
District 94, Alki—Mary McNall.
District 141), Myrtle—Elsie VVateou.
Why Not the Palouse?
It is expected that the Washington car
will leave early in July for a tour of the
Atlantic, eastern and middle states. The
car will advertise the resources of the
state of VVaehington. It will carry
samples of our agricultural, mineral and
lumbering resources, and will have views
of Seattle, Tacoma, Olympia, Everett,
New Whatcom, Port Angeles, Port
Townsend, North Yakima, Waila Walla
and Spokane. Special emphasis will be
placed on the advantages of these cities
aad the country adjacent to each. Will
Colfax and the great Paloune empire be
left out? We ought to have a place in
such an exhibit.
Unclaimed Letters.
Lint of letters remaining uncalled for
in the Colfax postotlice. June 22, 1900:
Aikin Bros Lewis, L A
Burcham, 1) 15 Pollman, Prof BC 3
Henry, (Jeo Richards & Co, C
Lapage, Chas
One cent postage will be collected.
James Ewart, I. M.
A Wealth of Beauty
Is often hidden by unsightly pimples,
eczema, tetter, erysipelas, salt rheum,
etc. Bucklen's Arnica Salve will glorify
the face by curing all Bkin eruptions, also
cutH, bruises, burns, boils, felons, ulcers,
and worst forms of piles. Only 25c a
box. Cure guaranteed. Sold by The
Elk Drug Store, F. J. Stone. Prop,
A Few More Bargains.
A fine residence on south end hill,
worth 13000, which I am offering at
•tIGOO. Another one within three blocks
of the postoffice, worth $IMOO, that can
be bought for $1300. Another one in
Avenue addition, worth $1000, that will
goatsl2. r)(). Now is the time to buy
cheap. In the fall prices will go up.
(•all in and see me. (Jeo. 11. Lennox*
Physicians are the friends of the fam
ily. Harper Whiskey is the friend of
the physicians. A most valuable assist
ant and one that can be trusted. Sold
by W. J. Hamilton, Colfax, Wasb o
The ladies ol the Christian church will
serve lunch and dinner on Wednesday,
June 27th, in the Davis building, one
door south of Colfax Implement Co o
H. W. Goff writes reliable Insurance.
Jl p THRESHING MACHINE
■ I.U. and EXTRAS.
Our Extras, which are first class, sell at. about
one-iialf the prices charged byother houses.
Header and Jackson Extras.
| 150 ft. 8-inch 4 ply Gandy Belt $3&50
Myers' Tank Pump, complete 15.00
Cylinder Teeth, each Gets
J. C. BILSLA>D,
Next door to Gunshop, Main Street, Colfax
C O JLFAX
Marble and Granite Works
D. MILLGARD & CO. Proprietors.
Monuments, Headstones, Tablets!
All Kinds of Cemetery Work.
Call and see samples. Wall Btreet '
/ffty^P**' 's^USh*. on c mer^B °' our merchandise. We aim t»>
WM&^W^ffwkk. Ht" t'U" eßt t^l'H country I»rf)(!iicfH in our pur
WwffiMwM/wW'Wi. ticular linen, but we do not low W\\i\\t of tin
■ Wit Wm fslm&'<rWk. f"ct that 11(>t every m'in Cftri flffun' f() l">y »h-
WwlWli//i/wUmM\\mm highest priced Roods. Therefore we have rnr.T
■ffl//V///™/lilffllilll' 'h«i '''' to tne wlllltl4 °f tm> mfiHHeH, and we can n?
■B//K^^ HUre "ur Patr. onß tlmt th»' lom>Ht i'rirtMl ««"»••»»
mmKWJM l'll lWwlii '™ 'n our rttore '8 subjected to the H»imi- rinid tent
Iflf SffllH lEH (lH to durability and wearing quality <•{ ,-|
lilll liil'l im^^mmf color or linin^H fIH tMe h 'K|ieHt priced.
HHIf JJSfir ur purchasing power and ronunerciul
Enkri i flllF' J# courage makes it possible, to offer you better
Jf^^P!:'JW A SPECIAL OFFEK
Bii-!j''||\ Men's Suit -
wWfV I Ui:i>!fKl> I'ltuM J7:,iiTii
jPsß;i|l It in no exiitrgenition to Hfate (lvii
Jy»|V'i theHe HiiitH are the liKKATKSV \ A 1.1 !-]S
\ ever offered by any clothing lions,-in
fc^c 1 thin or any other city.
&* COME AND INSPKCT TIIKM.
This Year's Models 0f....
Cleveland, Rambler and Ideal
Bicycles, with a & J. Clincher Tires,
Are Heiiutifs. Drop in and examine them and learn prices. Iticycle Sundries
of all kimlH. Bicycle and Gun Repairing' of every description.
&eo. l. coristel: is,
Oaborne'g Old Stand, opponite Citj Hall.
Yes, It's Fine
No driuk so delicious as our Ice Cream So.la.
Cooling on a hot day and refreshing on a cold
one. Every day we in prove it, every season
we add to oar facilities; thus we keep in the
lead. OUR CHOCOLATES AND BON
BONS ARE THE BEST EVER SOLD
IN COLFAX.
CHAS. KKXXKL, I. Q. Store.
[Squirrels Squirrels
Farmers, why let the squirrels
eat up your crop when y,ni can
kill them with a
McDonald Squirrel Gun?
References— Washington Agricultural Col
lege, Pullman; University of Idaho, Moscow;
IS. T. liyrns. Moscow; Reed. Moscow; First
National Bank, Moscow; G. Horn, Oakeedale:
J R. Lee, Colfax.
Warranted, if directions are followed, or
money refunded, and §2."i on the side to any
one proving differently.
(J. E. HICKEY, (Jenl. Agent.
Box 4LT,, Walla Walla, Wash.
You and your Horse
will be treated right at
LllMlLlll & STABM3
Finest Turnouts in the city.
Teams and saddle horses by the hour,
day or week. Stock boardedat reason
able rateß.
U. M. LIDPLE, I'ropr.
LIVERY, FEED AND SALE STABLES
And AUCTION CORRAL.
MILL STREET. 1). D. NEAD, Propr.
Special attention to transient stock. Horses
boarded by the day, week or month. Our
rates are right.
Headquarter Almota and Penawawa Sta^e
Lines.
Have your Spectacles fitted by
J. W. Sever, Optician
Graduate of the Chicago Opthalmie College. All
errors of refraction fully corrected by properly
ground glasses. Eyes tested free. At Severs
Jewelry Store. Main Street, Colfax.
FRED H. BROWN Buys
Cattle and Hogs.
Pays highest market price.
Office with Chas. DeFrance, Colfax, Wash.
ALLEN BROS.
Dealers in
General Merchandise
DUSTY, WASH.
Highest market price paid for country pro
duce of all kinds.
C.N. CLAEE
Leave orders at Barroll t v
Mohney's Hardware Store.
IJY HRTUE OF fIKUi i: fIOOIM,
*' low prices and fair dealing, we have
earned the title of
Purveyors to the
People of Colfax,
which we will bold ami defend Itv Ibe
name prompt and intelligent attention
to the wants of our patron*.
Bennett ft Tarbet,
Family Grocers.
Pioneer Drug Store,
W. ,T. HAMILTON, Propr.
Prescription Work a Specialty.
A complete stork of
Drags, Medicines, Cbetuicals,
Soaps, Brashes, Perfumeries,
Faintß, Oils, Glass,
Notions, Books, Stationery.
Telephone No. 37. Main Stroet, Colfw
COME IN AND SEE
*^rm^» OorfcewLin*©!
ht Vincent's Academy
WALLA WALLA, WASH.
: A select Boarding School for yonog girlf.
' Gives a- thorough eclucati'in in :ill Englwh
I branches. Mu?ic, Fancy W'lrk, L*ngn»go«,
! etc. No compulsion with ri^-anl to religion*
opinions. TERMS MODERATE.
Correspondence solicited.
Address, SISTER SUPERIOR
OLIVER HALL
SelU the Btst
Pumps and Windmills
in the Palouse Country.
See him before buying.
J. W. CAIJINB,
Express and Drayman
Will haul your freight or move yonr
floods and chattels
PROMPTLY-CAKEFULLY.

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