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News of Our Neighbors Related
by Gazette Writers.
\V. A. la yin, a pioneer o! Washing
Coo and a well known retired farmer liv
ig in Albion, died in Spokane at the home
of his daughter, Mrs. James P. Harper,
Friday, March 18, and was buried Mon
day afternoon, March 21, in Albion
cemetery. The services were held in the
I'uited Brethren church, services con
ducted by Biahop Uoekins. A host of
friends were present to pay a last tribute
of love and respect to their departed
friend He is survived by his wife and
thre° children, who mourn the lobs of a
kind and living husband and father. Be
tide liiH wife and children he leaves an
aged father and mother, who reside in
Colfax, also brothers, sisters and other
relatives. The subject of this sketch
was born in Shelby county, Mo., in
I>.">7, and in 1874 moved with his par
eu's to California. He came to Colfax in
1879. Was married in 1881 to Mies
Lily Kenoyer, daughter of Dr. Kenoyer
of Albion, who departed this life two
yearn ago, and to this union were born
two daughters and a son—Mrs. J. P.
f,per of Spokane, Mrs. D. R. Downs of
flmau aud W. H. Parviin of Albion.
~tfr. Purviu had been sick for two years
and nuff'red much. He was of an ex
eeytionally kind disposition. It can
truly be said of him that he was a kind
hearted and sympathizing friend at nil
times. When sickness and death entered
the homes of bis neighbors he did all
he could to alleviite suffering and cheer
Reunion in Heaven.
Into Christ's loving presence our dear one now
While we are left to sojourn upon thia earth
In peace and j>y unending, in high com
To live with Christ forever, within that home
And though our way seems lonely, yet he is
with us still,
To cneer with words of comfort, and guard
uh from all ill
He has only gone before us, a little while we
O may we soon togother meet, within the
Day by day we are longing for our loved one
And day by day we are nearing that land so
bright and fair.
For where our treasure liveth, there would we
lv heart m>d mind ascending, O Christ, dear
Lord, to thee.
Ny i*B6 they live in glory, in thee would we
tfts live here,
thus we are united with those we hold
Then though our hearts feel lonely, and though
Bad thoughts aria:*,
We trust 'ere Ion,:, together m jet, with Christ,
beyond the skies.
—Molub Ci.ats Short.
M;-ri Alice You E-4chea of Spokane is
the gueet of Mmii N:iomi Wilson this
L. J. Smith and family have moved to
Colfax, where Mr Smith will ansuuie the
management of a Urge dairy farm.
Minn Kvu Wilson went to Colfax Wed
neoday to represent thin school in the
preliminary eighth grade declamatory
Mrs. Jennie Muntzand Mrs. Effie Banta
were among the visitors to the county
seat this week.
.Mth. Peter Morasch, wife of a prom
inent young farmer living two miles
c >uth of town, died last Thursday. The
funeral services were held at the German
Lutheran church on Friday. She leaves
two small children.
Mrs. N A. Francis and daughter, Mies
<Grace, with Mrs. Francis' mother Mrs.
Mary Thomas, left Friday evening for
Portland, Oregon, where they will make
their homes. Mrs. Thomas is one of the
pioneers of this country, having crossed
the plains hy team shortly after the
Mi war. She was also one of the
residents of this place.
Mr. Walker and family from Kenne
wick have moved into the boarding house
at this place.
Born, March L' 3, to Mr. and Mrs.
Clyde McCulloch, a ten pound girl.
Three new scholars, John and Henry
Scliierman and Rjy Walker, were en
Frank Freeman has moved to his new
lioiue on the Wilsey ranch.
Mrs Zesiger is visiting her daughter at
Eugene Frazier and family of Coeur
d'Alene were here on business last week
fciii made a short visit to Mrs Torrance.
W. B. Silkworth of New York city is
Tiniting D. L. Wood.
Mrs. Bert Swift left Monday for Port
land, Oregon, where she will take treat
ment in the sanitarium. Many good
wishes follow her.
Mieses Coy Cass and Rr>se Freeman
were visiting our school Friday.
Men*rs. Barton and Wilson have com
pleted a 75-foot well on D. A. Beasley'a
ranch. Before completion, however, Mr.
Barton received several bruises and bad
thrown out of place caused by
ft** coat catching in the engine. He
would undoubtedly have lost his life had
not a bolt broke causing the machine to
Miss Clarice Frazier was viniting the
Misses Ellis Sunday.
Harvey Vannice lately purchased a
Tuesday night we had an exhibition of
the northern lights, on a small Rcale,
however, lasting but a short time.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter E. Sherfey were
here awhile Thursday from Rosalia.
Thomas Gouge aud wife went to Spo
kane this week to consult a physician
for Mrs. Gouge.
Steve Shoemaker was a Spokane visitor
last week. He was visiting his parents,
who now reside there.
Superintendent and Mrs. J. O Mat
toon were here last Sunday attending
the faneral of Father McCroskey.
Burrell Smith and wife were here last
Sunday from Steptoe.
W. G. McKinney was here last week
from Clarkston looking after property
Deputy Sheriff Will Cole was here one
day last week on business connected with
the sheriff's office.
Louis Barnes returned Saturday from
Colfttx where he has been assisting the
crew of the Pacific Telephone & Tele
graph to make good the lines of the
company damaged by the fl >od.
Rev. T. F. ScblosHer has renigned the
pastorate of the Baptist church, but has
not yet decided upon another location.
J. Aimer McCormick, representing the
Citizens' Trust Co. of Seattle, was in
Colfax last week.
L. E. Allen and family of Spokane
came to town Saturday and mingled
for several days with relatives and
Judge Canfield left for Pomeroy last
Friday, where he went to hold court in
Garfield county for Judge Miller. He
J. W. Cox of Garfield passed through
town Sunday eu route for Soldier, Ida.,
near which place he has secured extensive
land holdings. Mrs. Cox and Misa Alice
Cox came here Monday on their way to
the Idaho town to rej jin him.
Mrs. Bryan Westacott of Garfield was
a Colfax visitor Monday.
0. G. Fehler returned the last of last
week from Old Mexico. He, with other
Palousers, is interested in mines there,
over which he is enthusiastic.
Mayor William Lippitt left Tuesday
evening for Portland, where he will re
man a few days. From there he goes to
San Francisco, where he will linger a few
more days. He expects to be gone 10
days or two weeks. Mr. Lippitt goes to
seek change as well as rest, recent fl »od
conditions here being a heavy strain on
C X licQatchy of Sacramento, Cali.,
who has been viwiting in Colfnx with rel
ative* for several weeks, started on his
return home Monday.
George Cornelius left Sunday evening
for Turner, Oregon, being called there on
account of the death of his brother's
Mr. ami Mrs. Z 11 M. Beebe returned
last week from Southern California,
where they spent the winter.
Charles E. Taft of Seattle spent several
days in Colfax this week, looking after
Mrs. John A. Gooddel and daughter of
Spokane are guests of Mrs. A. B. Bra
shear. Mrs. Gooddel is an old time
friend of Mrs. Brashear and has recently
come west with her husband, who is a Y.
M. C. A. secretary, working in the indus
trial center of the state and Idaho.
S. D. O'Neal, formerly cashier of the
Farmers' State Bank, who removed re
cently with his family to San Diego, is
now secretary of a land company in that
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Harvey and eons
visited in Colfax last Friday, leaving in
the afternoon for Spokane en route to
Buhl, Idaho, where they will make their
home. They spent the winter in South
ern Idaho, returning to Pullman a few
weeks ago to ship their household goods
and arrange to remove to Buhl, in the
future of which place Mr. Harvey ex
presses great confidence,
Miss Clara Jahnke of Spokane visited
Colfax friends during the week, returning
home yesterday. Miss Jahnke, who was
one of the Colfax High school faculty
last year, is now teaching in Spokane.
She was the guest while here of Mrs. F.
Bernard Baber was summoned to
Portland last week because of the illness
of his brother Edward, who died there
Milan Still of Bock creek pulled in
Wednesday evening. His suit, involving
riparian rights along Rock creek, is no*
before the superior court.
Seymour Manning will leave Monday
for Portland on business, to be absent
Mrs. Charles R. Hill returned yesterday
from Spokane, where she has been ming
ling with friends for the last 10 days.
I. J. Davis went to Spokane Sunday
evening, returning Tuesday evening.
Miss Ruth DePledge is home from
Whitman College to spend the Easter
Roy Davis, recently from Cashmere,
Chelan county, arrived in Colfax last
COLFAX GAZETTE, COLFAX, WASHINGTON. APRIL 1, 1910.
w^fk nnd has accepted a position in the
Klk druur store
A. C. Harmon of Reven was doing
business iv Colfax yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs I, Lnmmasson arrived
home Wednesday from Siti Diego, where
thpy spent the winter.
Dr. nmi Mr-< A E Rtnht left Wednes
day evening for Los Antreles to attend
Miss Rita Bamiltoo, who was operated
on for appendicitis. Litest advices are
thnt the young lady is improving.
Fruit along the Snake river, according
to best information at hand, is safe from
frosts, and if the untoward does not
happen we mny look for big things in
the way of fruit.
Mrs. Augeline Tetherow underwent an
operation Monday morning at the hos
pital for pc Tie trouble, and at this writ
ing is getting along nicely.
The month of March, 1910, will be
long remembered in the annals of Colfax
It came with Hood and disaster, but all
through the 31 days it was sweet with
sunshine and happiness. The sunshine
came as a blessing, helping to dry out
things at a time when most needed.
The Mission Union will meet in the
Baptist church Tuesday, April 12, at
2:30 p. m.
vVe bad an exhibition of the aurora
borealis, or northern lights, in a email
way Suuday night. O;i* denizen took a
streak of light that spanned the heavens
like a rainbow to ba the tail of llalleyV
comet, but the vision soon vanished,
knocking the tail theory into smithereens.
The hardware and plumbing firm of
B.trroll ft Mohney has been dissolved, J.
M. Mohney retiring from the business,
which will be conducted at the old stand
by E R Barroll.
Prosecuting A i torney Chamberlin was
in Garfield Wednesday and prosecuted
the case against Bunch Hennesey,
charged with bootlegging, who was con
victed and got 'M days in the county
jail. He leaves for Diamond today to
attend to legal matters which will come
before Justice IJumilton.
Stock Men, Attention.
We represent the Indiana and Ohio
Live Stock Insurance Company, a thor
oughly honest and reliable company
The company was organized in 1886,
has assets of $450,000 and paid up cap
ital of $200.(»()0. We guarantee the
company as first class in every respect.
G. W. Larue & Co., Inc., agents for
Slightly disfigured but still in the ring
and ready to do paper hanging of all
kinds. A. H Endsley, Phone Bik. 1(»81.
Lost —(iuld ioitial watch f(>b, with i;>i—
tials J. M J. connected; letters are about
two inches long ami about thp sume
widrh. Retoro to (J^z-tte office und
Wanted —Neat, capable utrl or w<>iumi>
for general !i'>u-s' work. VV rife Mrs N
C.Stilsoo, Diamond, or phone Farmers 7JI
If y<»a waiir to e^li jour bOMineos of
anj kind, or if you want to your
property, and »i!l n»«ke th»» price right,
I would like to hear from yon Give <ie
ecription aod price. Address J. E.Wnaitb,
513 Chamber Commerce, Portland, Ore
Plain sewing wanted Addresia Mrs.
Knte Lnwreti'*". Clen. Del.,Cnlfnz.
Will do si'wintr by d»j or pi^ce. Mrs.
Colvin, Hill street.' Phone Bed 1113.
I have 7000 L'ouover colosaal aspara
gus plants for sile at 60 cents per 100
Mra. I B B*rri«, Phone Farmers 181
EttKß for hatchmg troin thoroughbred
White Rocks (Fishel strain) at $3 p»T
netting. Barred Rocks and Golden Sea
bright Bantam*, f2 50 per setting. O.
L. Crawford, 217 W. Cooper street, Col
For sale: 12 borees, 14 cowe, 18 hogs,
2 wagons, 3 gang plows, 1 seeder, 14
sets single harness, 2 harrows, 1 buggy,
various tools. Apply to Henry Chap
man, It F. I) No. 1, near Steptoe.
Having bought the baukrupt Btock
and tools of W. (j. Weise, I now offer for
eale machinery and tools, such as gaso
line engine, tire sbrinker, drill and bite,
power blower, hand blower and bellows,
anvils, ehoeing stocks and all kinds of
tools pertaining to a blacksmith shop.
A W. Mechling, Colfax, Wash
Fifty tons of baled wheat bay or eale
by Oliver Hall Phone Black 901.
nigh and dry place with 5 room bouHe
in South Colfax, newly papered and
painted inside, one block up Meadow
street from High school, for sale at a
reasonable price. Inquire at Ripley
For sale —10 room house in South Col
fax ; electric lights, city water, good
well, lot 50x300. Write Box 393
Black soil for sale from site of new
MacKeuzie building, opposite postoffice.
Irquire of J R. Good & Co.
For Sale—About 30 tone timothy bay,
on North Palouee, 4 miles from Colfax.
John Klee, Colfnx, Wash.
For Sale—V\ bite Leghorn roosters,
California strain. Write or call E. D.
Eldredge, Colfax, Wash.
For Sale —A quantity of No. 1 seed
oats, stored at Steptoe. Address, J. C.
Chesnut, Colfnx. Wash.
For Sale—A plate glase, eize 72x81
inches. Apply Gazette office.
The Woman's Relief Corps meets the
first and third Saturdays of each month,
at 2:30 p. m., in A. 0. U. W. hall.
kjljUllta of em
We're over the shock
from the flood, and ready
to take care of our trade
Call on Us
Phone Main 41
South End Grocery
A. R. Brash ear, Prop.
S Has Moved
Having moved our stock of
Fancy and Staple Groceries
to the room recently occupied
by Hinchcliff Bros, in the
Pioneer Block, we solicit a
continuance of your patron
age in the new stand. Honest
weight and reasonnble prices
will be our motto. Oome
and see us. «^
We Make Our
a special feature of our busi
ness and guarantee the neatest
end most durable workman
ship on all articles entrusted
to our care-
Watch Cleaning & Repairing
is done by the mo*t i-kill^d
find experience!) workman and
the very beet of work in the
certain result, if yoa l^nve
your watch, clock <>r i welry
in our bands f<>r rt[> -irs
Shirkey & Glaser
LEADING JEWELERS and OPTICIANS
"At the Sign of the Htreet Clock" COLFaX
01DEE BY MAIL
Fancy Piano Sash . $1.75
Four-Light i" j 1
Our prices on i)
are the lowest in I !l '
the Northwest. * '
Send a list of your wants and we will
quote prices prepaid to your station.
SEND FOR FREE CATALOGUE
' "Reliable Dealer*"
2006 WestlaKe Aye. Seattle
Chili Con Came
Best you ever ate. Made
right, toothsome, satisfy
ing—in a word, fine. Try
them at the
Hinnis & Stark Lunch
KOOZtI 309 MAIN STREET
In Standard Old Line Company.
H. E. FUNSTON
ROSALI4 - - WASHIMCTOa $
Gazette advertmers idvite 'he patreu
age of Gazette render*.
The Duty of Spectacle Lenses
j^^" "^^^v s '° focus tlic rays of light
&*^mi ff_ THE. fPV a' t'lc proper point, thus re-
Xl-^fS y/^^^^^tS^ Hcving the muscles and
nerves °f llle s'r.iin that
Kl^/^■ Nafc^sSo^N^ We Are Able
y^f^tj^ f to rc^evc u'i'h glasses, trcu
jH^r- "^HH^^^Sfl h\c> that arc sapping the
F^TtIF^^B^T! IRF l nerve supply by causing the
>fj». muscles to work in <u\ effort
0 .ffHHHUHH *" their own focusing.
Parr's Jewelry Store
Mrs. W. I>. Purr, Jeweler :ill> Main Street
Having sold uiy ranch, T will Kill at public auction at my place, one and
one half miles west of Thornton, on
SATURDAY, APRIL 9
Beginning at 10 o'clock nharp, the property herein described :
Livestock—Two mares, * >e>irs old, with foal; weight 2800; one
9 year old mare, weight 1100; one (5 year-old Hambletonian man', in foal,
weight lOOO; two yearling c >lts; three brood mates; one span brown geld
itjg*, weight 1250 pach.
Farm tiachiilCt y. etv. — 1 mower ; 2 rakes; 2 hacks; 1 cultiva
tor; 1 di.sc harrow; 1 dra^ harrow; 1 fanning mill with Hacker; 1 bob
sled; 1 3 inch wagon; 1 rubber tire buggy; 1 Canton Clipper gang plow:
1 10 foot Superior d.so drill; 1 light hack harness; 2 sets heavy harness;
1 cream separator.
MisccllilUCOllS — 1 piano, 1 Edison phonograph, 1 brass horn, 1
Monarch rnni»H, a lot of canned fruit, household and kitchen furniture
and oth^r articles too numerous to mention.
'EH VIS OF SALE—AII wumn <if $20 and under, cash On nil sums over
$20 time will he given on notes of approved Rpcurity till o<^nh*»r 1. 1910, «t,
10 per cent iutfreat. Five per cent discount for cash. FItEK LUNCH
L. strobel. T T T TXTFH T?V
The flood has come and gone and
J. H. ST. LAWRENCE
Ha* Added a Ladies' Clothing Depart
ment to His Tailoring Business
Come and see the Ladies' Spring Samples. Remember, we
guarantee a fit. The clothes are made by expert tailoresses
in Tin; Unique Ladies' Tailoring House of Chicago, for
J. H. St. Lawrence
Is Sole Agent. 318 Main St., COLFAX
A Guaranteed Cure Call for Wet Feet
a pair of the
$0 flfl Whitehouse Cushion (hfi flfl
O. UU Sole Shoes fl>U. UU
Whitehouse Clothing Co.
M. J. MALONEY, Proprietor
Headquarters for the Citizens of Whitman
County and the Traveling Public.
connected carries a fine line of imported and
domestic Wines, Liquors |
Oar pricae may not an d Cigars. When you get ! When you want to
be th. lowest, but we it at the Hotel Golf ax you j the
guarantee every a'- get the b^st produced in recognized headquar
ticU- tirnt class the markets of the world. I terß for everybody.
FARM AND GARDEN TOOLS
, .g - are waiting for those who are in need
' 4if(** — "£j HA of them in my superior stock of hard
flif *9^ WML ~%^ warp. I have everything that the
§.•*/„'-] Sri .. J farmer and gardener uses in th>3 line,
\ / %J Y/;^f'\ \| °^ tne PSt manufacture. I will sap-
V^y^\~v^s4 3^ r~\ ply y°u a^ p"cea that w^ g* y6 you
M\ ( \ —~~—^~ /a l^e PSt or your vnoxl^y to be found
_' r *^_l. .T^^" 1 ' -V I/S Successor to Barroll A: Mohney.
\^^^^^^^^^L^^^f^SS^ Colfax, Waslnuyton
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