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HfflfiE OF ML
It Is Decorative and Easy to
Keep In Order. •
CANE PANELED BEDSTEADS.
Nearly All the Best Models Are In
Line With the Fad For Period Ef
fects —A Charles 11. Example That Is
ing. even In chairs, has been put
in the background of late years, the
solid wood and leather being replaced,
for summer cottages and similar uses
where heavy effects would be in bad
taste, by the splint and wicker work.
P.ur within the last year or so some
people have began to realize the artis
tic possibilities in this light but strong
furniture, and manufacturers have
turned out some excellent examples.
The cane when treated by certain proc
esses is made to assume an attractive
mellow tone, which harmonizes well
With dark woods. Walnut is a favorite
and seems, on account of its slightly
old fashioned appearance, a particular
ly appropriate wood for combination
with the new cant- work. As a matter
PERIOD OF CHARL.ES 11.
of fact, however, almost atiy wood will
be found to look well with the tinted
Perhaps the most attractive use to
Which tin 1 cane has been put in this re
vival, and the most suitable, is the
making of bedroom furniture. The
cane paneled bedstead has very dis
tinct charms of its own. It is decora
tive, light and easy to keep in order
and adapts itself readily to both Eng
lish and French styles of furnishing.
A bedstead of the Charles 11. style
is fashioned with pairs of straight pan
els at the head and foot, the posts and
stretcher rails being in the "barley sug
ar turning" which is so often seen in
the high backed chairs of the period.
Nearly all the good models are in
line with the fad for period furniture.
One of the best of the French designs
is fashioned from mahogany or waxed
walnut and cave after the manner of
Louis XV. The carved ornaments and
the gracefully curved moldings are
extremely delicate. Indeed, the design
CANS PANFXEP COT.
is absolutely faithful to the favorite
©Id style. hihl the bedstead betrays its
modern origin only in the comfort of
The price of the cane furniture va
ries, naturally, with the grade of wood
used and the coarseness or fineness of
the cane; but, considering the novelty
and beauty of the articles, it is in no
Perhaps the most practical feature
is the light weight of these furni<h-
IngS. The most massive designs of old
<lays may be reproduced in this form
without the disadvantage of their im
The Ctork Card.
Perhaps the latest thing in the way
of cards is the stork card, used by hap
py parents to announce to relatives
and friends a visit from the stork. It
i^ engraved in blank form like this:
This day of 19...
Within the seal in the lower left
band corner of the card is a tiny en
graved figure of a stork.
The time of the stork's coming is
written in the first line and the day,
h and year in the next, while in
the full blank third line may be writ
i the name of the visitor that the
.-• rk brought. Under this, in the space
provided for it, is written this vis
itor's weight, and the last line of the
card is, of course, for the signature of
One of the least known though one
of the mo.it effective cements for
mending china is white oil color, which
Js bold in tubes and used for painting.
Paint the broken parts with the oil.
press them ia position, and the opera
tion is complete. Put aside for six
weeks to dry, and neither heat nor
cold nor moisture will affect it.
Our cheese simply cannot be ap
proached. After you have tasted it
tou -will never want to eat anything
Bg^t- Why go elsewhere to be cheated?
"tune In here.
POPULAR WEDDING GIFTS.
Cid Lace, Old Furniture snd Old Silver
and Patch Boxes.
The most popular wedding pn
01 the moment is miniature furniture
of the Sheraton and Chippendale pe
riod, and little cheats of drawers, arm
chairs, tables and bureaus, jusi big
enough fur a fair sized doll's require
ments, are being diligently searched
fur in the <«ld curio shops.
These pieces of furniture, banded
down from the classic period of Eng
lish cabinetmaking, are exqnj
made and finished and altogether per
fect specimens of the makers art.
The miniature chests of drawers and
bureau servo as jewel cases, the small
top drawers taking the rings and
brooches, and the bracelets and neck
laces being safely stored in the larger
drawers. Not so long ago they could
be picked up for small sums, but now
choice specimens command high prices,
and as the price is likely to go up still
further they are profitable invest
Old silver is a favorite wedding pres
ent, and more than one bride this sea
sou has beeu given one of the beauti
ful old silver toilet services of the
Stuart period. They are only for very
wealthy brides, however, for the price
runs sometimes into the thousands.
Old cut glass makes a handsome
present, but it should be bought with
care, for there are many spurious imi
I'ut the present most prized by dain
ty brides is old lace, the price of v, hich
goes up and up each year. There are
many societies and organizations act-
Ing as distributing agents for modern
laces, and very beautiful many of
these laces, reproductions of the old
patterns, are, but old lace comes rarely
Into the market. Few dealers, indeed.
specialize in it, and the old lace sales
in a year can almost be counted on the
fingers of one hand.
A quaint little present, also from the
antique shop, is a little silver or en
amel patch box.
A HINT HERE AND THERE.
Decorated china plates should be put
away with round pieces of canton flan
nel between them.
Serve crisp celery with cold meat. It
is always appreciated and is a nerve
tonic of considerable effectiveness.
For washing coarse clothes soft soap
is the best, and it has the advantage
of going further than hard yellow
Enameled baths may be cleaned of
stains with a rag dipped in salt mixed
with paraffin. Afterward rinse well
with hot water to remove oil and dry
wilh a cloth.
Japanned ware should be washed
with a sponge dampened in warm wa
ter and dried immediately with a soft
cloth. Obstinate spois can quickly be
removed by tubbing them with a
woolen cloth dipped in a little sweet
If your corn dues not pep well it
may be because it is old. Soak it in
cold water for fifteen minutes, drain
and try again. Better results will un
doubtedly be obtained.
If you cannot use a scrub brush t<>
get into all parts of the refrigerator
when cleaning it. try using a small
stiff paint brush for the purpose. It
reaches the corners.
In washing silk waists, handker
chiefs, underwear, etc., use only luke
warm water, and cold is better, for
the hot water will yellow them as well
as give the silk an unpleasant, stiff
effect. Do not have them damp when
ironed for the same reason. If they
are rolled up in a cloth so that they
will dry evenly they may be safely
ironed when nearly dry.
How Eastern Women Make Candy.
The American girl is almost prover
bial for her sweet tooth, but she does
not carry her taste for candied con
coctions to the same length as her sis
ters in the eastern countries of Europe.
In Turkey the women preserve rose
buds and also make a kind of jelly of
layers of rose petals and melted sugar
which is used freely to add an extra
fillip to cold drinks. In Iloumanla it
is the custom to add violets, lilies aud
roses to preserves in order to produce
a particular flavor, and syriugas are
also used. Orange blossoms, large rose
petals, uncrushed mint leaves, single
clove pinks aud partly opened buds of
single roses all are turned into de
licious sweetmeats in the east. To
make the most delicate orange flower
candy or preserve, the tiny embryo or
anges that grow in the center of the
buds are picked, and the fruit bearing
capacity of a dozen trees is destroyed
to produce enough preserves to fill a
sin-le small pot. The Turkish women
do not waste the rest of the orange
blossoms, however, boiling them d>>wu
with sugar and drawing off a delight
fully aromatic and delicately flavored
Grapefruit and Ginger.
Cut the fruit and remove the pithy
center and the skin between the sec
tions and the seeds. Shred the pulp
with a silver fork, adding to each half
a heaping teaspoonful of sugar, a heap
ing teaspoonful of dislocated cocoanut,
one tablespoon ful of preserved ginger
cut into dice and a tablespoonful of
the ginger -sirup. Cool for several
hours before serving. When ready to
serve cover with whipped cream aud
top with a little chopped ginger.—De
Roll biscuit dough out quite thin,
spread it with soft butter aud then
with chopped dates, spread over an
other layer of dough, cut with a small
biscuit cuttor, place on a buttered tin
and bake in a hot oven.
COLFAX GAZETTE, COLFAX, WASHINGTON, APRIL 15, 1910.
Why He Cried.
The. sympathetic neighbor asked: "la
your little brother ill this morning.
Johnnie? I beard him crying in the
mosi heartrending manner"
"No; not exaeitlj ." Johnnie explained,
"but Willie pulled down a jug of mo
lasses on hiiiisdi in the pantry, and
mother has hwu trying to comb his
Of Dr. Urines.one it was said by
Stanley that the missionary lived for
years among the most cruel and ig
norant savages in the world, but he
never lired a sii.it in anger, never
"clubbed or clouted or banned or blast
ed." His manner was that of a "cool,
wise old man who felt offended and
Unkempt Smith - Mister, would youse
kindly help a poor man as is all in.
down and out? Jocular Citizen —Why.
certainly. Just climb the tire escape
on that skyscraper across the street
and walk in on the top door. Then
you will be all out, up and in.—Judge's
It's Good Point.
"But." asked the long haired young
man. "is there nothing at all about
poetry that j on like?"
"Vos," replied Crabbe. "Whenever 1
see a i><n»m it makes me feel yood to
realize thai there's no law to compel
me to read It"—Catholic Standard and
No grip Is po hard to shako off as
that of earlj convictions. —Maurice
Ordinance No. 367.
An ordinance granting to C L. MacKenzie
and Nicholas Cold, and their ai*>i><us, the
right to erect, maintain and operate in tbe
city of Colfax, Whitman county. Washington,
and in, upon and under the streets, alleys,
avenues and thoroughfares thereof, poles, wires
and all other appliances and conductors for
the transmission of electricity for electric
lighting, heating and power purposes, and re
pealing ordinance numbered 205. entitled, "An
ordinance granting to C. L. MacKenzie ami
Nicholas ("odd, and their assigns, the right to
erect, maintain and operate in the city of Col
fax, Whitman county, Washington, and in,
upon and under tbe streets, alleys, avt-nue*
and thoroughfares thereof, poles, wires and
all other appliances and conductors for the
transmission of electricity for electric lighting
The city council of the city of Colfsx do
ordain as follows :
Section 1. That the right and privilege in
hereby granted to C. L. Mackenzie and
Nicholas Codd, of Colfax, Whitman county,
Washington, and their assigns, to erect or lay.
maintain and operate in the city of Colfax,
Washington, including all the streets, alleys,
avenues and thoroughfares thereof, any and
all poles, wires and other appliances and con
ductors for the transmit in of electricity for
electric lighting, heating and power purposee;
such wires i:r conductors may be strung upon
poles or other fixtures above ground, or laid
under ground in pipee, conduits or otherwise,
safely protected, and such other apparatus
may be used and maintained hereunder as may
be necessary, conducive or proper to operate
and maintain the same. All poles or other
fixtures hereafter set shall be not less than R)
feet in height on Maiii street, not less than 4"
feet on Mill street, and not leas than 25 feet on
other streets, and shall be set under the super
vision of the city council of the city.
Section 2 It shall tie lawful for the said C.
L. MacKenzie and Nicholas Codd, or their
assigns, to make any arid all needful or neces
sary excavation in a»T of said streets, alleys
avenues or thoroughfare! in said city of Col
fax, Washington, for th* purpose of erecting
and maintaining poles or other rapports for
said wires, 01 for the purpose of laying down,
maintaining or operating any conductors un
derground far the i r.rpose aforesaid. The lay
ing of such wire* underground shall be under
tiie supervision of the city council.
Section 3. heuevei the said C. L. Mac-
K>nzie and NicholiM C"dd, or their assigns,
sh*.il disturb any of the said streets for the
purpose aforesiiid, *.hey shall restore the same
to good order ;uid condition as soon as practi
cal and without any unnecessary delay, and
failing to do sn, the city council, or other gov
erning body i f the -aid city of Colfax, Wash
ington, shall h^ve the right to fix by resolu
tion a reasonable time within which such re
paira and r> storution of streets shall h->
completed, and upen failure of such re
pairs being made i y the said C. L
MacKenzie and Nicolas Codrt, or their
a -igns, the said c::y of Colfax, Wash
ington, shall cause such repairs to be made at
the expense of the said C. L. MacKenzie and
Nicholas Codd, or their assigns.
Section 4. Nothing in this ordinance shall
be construed so as to in any manner prevent
the proper authorities of the said city o? I'ol
f<jx, Washington, from erecting or excavating
sewers and maintaining the same, rr from
grading, planking, paving or altering or repair
ing any of the streets herein mentioned, but
any and all of such work shall be done, if
possible, so as not to obstruct, injure or pre
vent the free use of the poles, wires, conduct
ors, conduits, pipes or other apparatus herein
Section 5. In consideration of the rights
herein granted tbe said city of Colfax shall
have the right to suspend upon the poles, or
place within tbe conduits placed by the said
C. L,. MacKenzie and Nicholas Codd, or their
a-*igns, in the streets, alleys, avenues or
thoroughfares aforesaid, any and all wires
which it may require for tire alarm or police
or telegraph purposes.
Section 6. The rights, privileges and fran
chises herein granted shall continue and be in
force and effect for the period of fourteen
years from the date of the passage of this
Section 7. Ordinance numbered 205, en
titled "An ordinance granting to C L. Mac-
Kenzie and Nicholas Codd, and their assigns,
the right to erect, maintain and operate in the
city of Colfax, Whitman county, Washing
ton, and in, upon and under the streets, alleys,
avenues and thoroughfares thereof, polea,
wires and all other appliances and conductors
for the transmission of electricity for electric
lighting purposes," is hereby repealed
Section 8. This ordinance shall take eff-ct
and be in force from and after the 6th day
after the publication as by law required
The within ordinance submitted to me this
4th day of April, 1910.
J. H. SHERFEY. City Attorney.
Passed the 11th day of April, 1910.
Apuroved the 12th day of April, 1910.
[skal] WILLIAM LIPPITT, Mayor.
Attest: HOWARD BK AM WELL.
Call for Bids
Pealed bids will be received by the county
auditor of Whitman county, Washington, at his
otlire in the Whitman county court house, up
to ii>:3o o'clock a. in. May 17, 1910, for doing the
county printing for Whitman county for the
fiscal year July 1.19:0, to June 30, 1911, inclu
sive. Bids to be by the inch, column wide,
nonpareil solid. All bidders must submit with
their respective bids a sworn statement setting
forth the number of their bans tide subscribers
in Whitman county, state of Washington. The
board of county commissioners reserve the
right to reject any and all bids. The bidder to
whom contract is awarded will be required to
furnish bond in the sum of one thousand dollars
for the faithful performance of the work.
WM. M DUNCAN,
County auditor and ex-officio clerk of the
board of county commissioners.
By D. L. Kemper, Deputy.
Application No. *.706 6753.
Notice of Sale of State Lands.
Notice is hereby t'lven that on PatardftJ, the
7th d» of May, 1910 between the hours of
i«-;i oclock ;n the forenoon and four o'clock in
the afternoon, commencing at ten o'clock in
the forenoon of said day. in front of (be main
entrance door to the county court honae In the
city of < olfa*. county of Whitman, state of
Washington, either by the eonnty au<li;..r of
said county or by a member of the board of
state land commissioners of the slate of W ttsh-
Ington, the following ieaeribed ht».te tandi
together with the Improvements situated there
on, will be sold at public auction to the highest
bidder therefor, to-wit:
Application No. 6706
SE'i of section 16. township JO north, range
44 east, \\. M.. containing VO acres, ,nore or
leaf. Recording to the government survey there
of, ap. raised at $fiS<)o 00. Improvements ap
praised at $5155 00
Application No. 6753.
NE>4 of section 16, township 20 north, range
48 east, W. m.. containing 160 Kcres, more or
lees, according to the government survey there
of, appraised at $8000.00. Improvements ap
praised at $57t; 00
Said lands will be sold for not less than the
appraised value above stated aud upon the
terms aud conditions following:
Terms aud conditions of sale.—Not less than
one-tenth of the purchase price must be paid at
the time of sale to the officer making the sale
The purchaser, if he be not the owner of the Im
provements, must forthwith pay to the officer
making the sale the full amount of the appraised
T-alue of the improvements, as above stated.
One-tenth of the purchase price must be paid
annually thereafter on the first day of March of
each year, with interest on ail deferred pay
ments at the rate of six per centum per annum,
together with accrued interest on any bilanee,
at the same rate: Provided, that, any purchaser
may make full payment of principal, interest
and statutory fees at any time and obtain deed
or state patent. The purchaser of land contain
ing timber or other valuable materials is pro
hibited by law from cutting or removing any
such timber or materials without tirst obtaining
consent of the commissioner of public lands or
the board, until the full amountof the purchase
price ha« been paid and deed issued.
All sales of state lands are made subject to the
reservations of oils, gases, coal. ores, minerals
and fobsils of every name, kind and description
and to the additional terms and conditions pre
scribed in the act of the legislature approved
March 20, 1907, being .Sec. ;> of Chap 25C> of the
Laws of 11)07.
The above described lands are offered iOr sale
in pursuance o an order of the board of state
land commissions t, and an order of Bale duly
Issued and certified by the commissioner of
public lands of the state of Washington now on
tile in the office of the county auditor of said
E. W. ROSS.
[BBAL] Commissioner of Public Lands.
Order to Hnow Cause.
In the superior court of the state of Washing
ton, in and for the county of Whitman.
In the matter of the gnardianship of the per
son and estate of Benu'ie Beck, minor.
The above entitled matter having come regu
larly on to be heard upon the petition of ) iz/.ie
Anderson, guardian of the stud minor, and up
on her application for an order to show cause
to issue out of this court directed to said minor
to show cause before this court at some time to
be fixed by this court not less than four (4) nor
inure than eight (8) weeks from the date of this
order, said petition being duly verified, and
good cause appearing therefor, and upon motion
of said petioner, the court does now hereby
order: That the Raid minor Bennie Beck, be
and lie hereby is directed to show cause before
this court on the 18th day of April, 1910, at the
hour of 11 o'clock a. m., why an order of sale
should not issue out of this court, directed to
the petitioner, Lizzie Anderson, as guardian of
the said minor, directing her to sell the real
estate described In her said petition, to-wit; the
undivided one-fifth (1 5) interest in and to the
southwest quarter (.SW) 4 ) of section twenty
(20) of township twenty- tour (24) North of Range
tony-five (45) East of Willamette Meridian, in
Spokane county, state of Washington.
It is further ordered that Benson Wright, Esq.,
be and he hereby is appointed as guardian ad
litem for the said minor in this proceeding, and
said guardian ad lltem is hereby directed to
represent said minor at said hearing and pre
sent the facts fully to the court.
It is further ordered that, as the petitioner
herein is the general guardian for said minor,
service of this order be mude upon the said
minor personally and upon the guardian ad
litem more than ten (10) days before the re
turn of this order, to-wit: more than ten (10)
days before the lhth day of April, 1910; and
It is further ordered ttiat a copy of this order
shall be published at least four (4) successive
weeks In lolfax Gazette, a weekly newspaper
printed and pub ished m the City of Co.fax,
County of whitman. State of % ashington.
Dated this 17th day of March, !'<lo.
"H. W. CANFIKLD, Judge.
K. W. Hand, attorney for petitioner, Spokane,"
State of Washington, County of Whitman—ss
In the sup'-rior court of the state of Washing
ton, in and for Whitnia i c iiinty.
Fidelity National Bank, a corporation, plaia
till'. vs. F. M. Young and E. J. Young, his wife,
Decree of foreclosure and order of sale.
By virtue of a decree and order of sule, made
and entered In the above entitled cause and
court on tbe 6th day of April. A. I). 1910,
a copy of which has been issued and eertinVd
to me by the clerk of the sHid court, uuder the
seal thereof, bearing date the «'h day of April,
A. \>. liMO, lor the sum of $2707 00, gold coin,
with interest at the rate of 10 per cent per
annum from the 21st day of March, A. 1)
l.'lo, and tbe further bum of $150 00 attorney's
fees, and also the Increased costs thereon.
I, G B. < arter. sheriff of Whitman county.
Washington, will on the 14th day of May.
A.IJ. 1910, at the hour of 1:30 o'clock p.m. of said
day, at the south front door of the Whitman
county court house, at Colfax, Whit an county,
state of Washington, se.l at public auction to
the highest bidder, for cash, the following des
cribed real estate, situated, lying and being in
Whitman county, Washington, and particularly
described as follows, to.wit: Ihe west fourteen
(14) feet of lot six (6), and the east mx (6) feet of
lot seven (7). all in block eight (8) of Fitches
addition to Paiouse City, now the city of Pa
louse, together with a 1 and singular the
tenements, hereditaments and appurtenances
thereunto belonging or in anywise appertaining.
Said property is iakeii and sold as the prop
erty of F. M. Young and E. J. Young, his wife,
Dated at Colfax, Whitman county, Washing
ton, this Bth day of April, A. D. 1910
G. B. CARTER.
Sheriffof Whitman county. Wash
By Geo. L. Corner, Deputy
McCroskey & Weldon, Attorneys for Plaintiff.
Sheriff's Sale of Real Estate.
By virtue of an execution, issued out of the
superior court of the state of Washington, in
and for the county of Wnltman, holding at Col
fax, i i Whitman couuty, in said state, and to
me directed and delivered, for a judgment
rendered in said court at Colfax, Whitman
county, Washington, on the 19th day of March,
1908, in favor of D. F. Staley. plaintiff, and
against George F. I.yle. defendant, for the sum
of $104 20, with interest at the rate of 10 per cent
per annum from said 19th day of March, 1908,
and 6 per cent on $60.20 from said date, and the
further sum of fX> 00. costs of suit, I have levied
on the following described real estate, to-wit:
Lot one(l), block two (2). McKinzie's 3rd Addi
tion to Pullman, situated, lying and being in
Whitman count j, Washington.
Notice Is hereby given that on Saturday, the
7th day of Mar, 1910, at the hour of 130
o'clock p. in., of* said day, at the court house
door, in Colfax, in the couuty of Whitman, said
state. I will sell all the right, title and interest
of the said George F. Lyle. defendant, in and to
the above described real estate, at public auc
tion, to the highest and best bidder, to satisfy
said execution and all costs.
Given under my hand this 2nd day of
April> 191°" G. B. CARTER,
Sheriff of Whitman County. VSash.
By Geo. L. corner, Deputy.
Call for Bids.
Sealed bids will be received by the county
auditor of Whitman county. Washington, up to
the hour of two o'clock p. m , April 19. 1910, for
the erection of a two-story brick building 33x7j
feet, to be used as a county infirmary on the
poor farm at Colfax. Washington.
The building to be erected in accordance with
the plans and specifications which may be ex
amined at the office of the county auditor in
Colfax, Wasnington, or at the office of William
Swain, architect, in Pullman, Washington.
A certified check in the sum of ten per cent of
the bid, payable to the board of county commis
sioners, must accompany each bid. the same to
be forfeited to the county as liquidated damages
in case the person or rirm to whom the contract
is awarded fails to enter into contract and fur
nish 'awful bond in the sum of the contract
price satisfactory to the board of county commis
si jners, on or before the 3d day of May, 1910.
Contract for painting, heating and plumbing
will be let later. ™-vn t k
f^eal] WM. M. DINCAN,
County auditor and ex-officio clerk of the
board of county commissioners.
By D. L Kemper, Deputy.
Shirkey <£ Glaeer, graduate opticians.
Ordinance No. 366.
An ordinance to license, tax. regulate and
restrain saloons where [atoxicatlas liquor* nn>
sold, within rhe i orporste limits .<( the city <>f
< o!!h\. Washington. hm<l repealing ordinances
numbers 8.>7 and 832, ami providing penalties
(or the rlolaUonsoi this ordinance.
The city council of the city ol uo v
dam as follow*:
Becttun I. The «ity council ttihv grant lirei -1
ti> tell spirituous, ferment* d, malt, or otl
toxicatlng liquors io any person whohbnl
ply with the provisions of thli ordinance.
Section 2. Before a License shall be granted
to any penoo :or che sale <>( spirituous fer
mented, malt or other intoxicating liquors, the
applicant shall file with tin- < lerk of the city of
folfax. (i) An H j,j, jcation i,,r n license
which shall state tin- name oi the applicant «.r
applicants in full; shall describe the pro ■ - f
where the business fa to be conducted; ft ■»
permit from the uwuer of the premise! where
(he business is to be conducted; (S) k b >nd In
the suui of $luOO signed by the applicant aiui at
least two good at d sufficient kureties, t-> )><■ up
proved by ibe council, conditioned t:>«t uu>tip
plicaut shall keep an orderly i.ouse. will no: «cli
liquor to minors and will comply with all the
provisions of thi- ordinance or any ordinances
ameudaiory thereto: (4) a receipt from the C 'y
treasurer for the sum o/ $1000, which said sum
is fixed as the animal license fee. A saloon Is
denned to be any place where intoxicating
liquors are sold, except druggists and pharma
cists selling intoxicating liquors under the laws
or the state of Washington.
Section 3. The city treasurer shall retain
such license fee intact uutil the licen.se for
which it was paid has been granted, and in case
such license be not granted, the treasurer shall
return such license fee. to the applicant, or his
order. Upon receiving such license fee, and
after such lic.eu.se has been granted, the city
treasurer shall pay ten per cent thereof to the
Mate treasurer, aud shall place the balance to
the credit of the current expense iuud oi said
Section 4. The city clerk shall, at the first
meeting of the city council after receiving an
application for licen.se, under this ordinance,
lay all the papers before the said council.
Section 5. The city council shall Inquire into
and require proof ot the good ciiaracu-i oi the
applicant, and shall In no case grant a license
to any person unless they shall deem, either
from the evidence before them or otherwise.
that tt;e appllcani is a person of good character,
and if granted a license would comply with the
provisions of this ordinance, or any amendment
thereto, and the laws of the state o"i Washington
regula ing the sale of intoxicating liquors, and
it shall be the duty of tne city council in all
cases of renewal of licenses to inquire Into the
manner in which the applicant hai conducted
his business beretofoie, ami upon it being
proven to the said council that said applicant
lias \ loiateu. this ordinance, or any amendment
thereto, or the laws of the state oi Washington
regulating tlie ha.c ol intoxicating liquors, me
council shall refuse to grant sitid license.
Sections. The city clerk shall, upon a license
being grained to the applicant, issue to him a
license for the sale of intoxicating liquors for
the period o/ one year. Such license shall
specily that the same was issued by the order
ol the city council and give the date of the
issuance thereof, and the same shall be issued
under the baud oi the city clerk, sealei with
the official seal of the city, aud countersigned
by the mayor of the city.
Section 7. The city clerk shall keep in his
otnee a well b>uud book, to be known as the
register of licenses, wherein he shall keep a
record of all licenses issued under this ordi
nance. He shall, *t the request of any person,
iurnish a cenilied copy oi any liceuse issued
uuder this ordinance, which copy shall be re
ceived in evideuce against the city with ihe
same force and effect as the original license.
The clerk may charge aud receive a fee of $2 for
furnishing each copy to any one except the of
ficers of the city.
Sectiou 8. Any person desiring to change his
place of business and having a license under
this ordinance, may do so at any lime, by rirst
obtaining the concent of the city council, and
ule with the clerk the written consent ol the
owner of the premises to which he wishes to
move. The clerk shall note ihe removal upon
the record of licenses.
(Section 9. Licenses granted under this ordi
nance shall not be assigned without the consent
of the council in regular session tiist hau and
Section 10. Licenses granted under the pro
viMous of this ordinance shull be kept posted ill
a. conspicuous place upon the premises
section 11. Nothing iv this ordinance shall
be construed to include any retail druggist or
pharmacist., selling intoxicating UqaoTb as pro
vided by the laws of the btate 01 V\ ttßhm 6 iou
Section 12. No person shall, In the city of
Colfax, sell any m>ut, fermented, or spiritaoui
li.juors to any person under the age oi twenty
one years, or to any habitual drunkard, or to
any person while he, the s*id person, is intoxi
cated, or intoxicated persons. An intoxicated
person is hereby cerined to mean a person who
nas drunk spirituous liquor to such an extent
that the use vi any faculty i thereby impaired.
Nor shall any person ki_ei> opfii uny diluting
saloon or sell any malt, fermented, or spiritu
ous liquor on the hr.-.t day oi the week,common
ly called dunday, or on any general or special
election day, or on any da> lor the nomination
oi candidates lor ollice, until alter the closing
oi the polls on such elecii m or primary elec
e>ecuon 13 No person engaged in the sale of
intoxicating liquor in the city of Coitux sh.il t
allow an; person under the age oi twenty-one
years to loiter about or iv hi* piaee oi busiues>
section 14. No person engaged In the sale of
intoxicating liquor in the ciiy of Coltax Bhall
permit any game therein, excepting pool and
oiliianls, whether ihesame is played ior money,
checks, merchandise, or ainu.-eineiit; or allon
any itinale in or about his piace of liusiiiess,
nor keep open any cigar stand i:i tioui of his
place of DUSineSa alter the closing li >ur of said
kaiuon, or permit any dumb « niter in or about
said saloon or place of business.
oeCiiou 15. >o peison engaged in The sale of
Intoxicating liquor in ihecicyol I oliax sha.ii
allow any sideboard, kitchen, lunch counter,
or thing whereou meals, lv aches, or sandwiches
are sold, served, or given away, nor shall he al
.ow or permit any meals, lunches, sandwiches,
or things to eat to be sold, served, or given
away, within his saloon m place of business
election lA. No person engaged iiittie sale of in
t -xicaiing uquorintbeci j oi < ol;nx ihali allow
any music, either vocal or instrumental, card
table, or taole or thing whereon any game ina>
be pmyed, or gambling device, excepting pool
aiid biluard tables, nor will he allow or peroiit,
wiihin hie saloon or place of buMiabs any
chairs, stools, benches boxes, kegs barrels.
solas, settees, or tuii.g or things whereou any
pei.sou may sit or recline, exut pi that he may
allow one stool for each bartender while o
duty, but Mich stool or hlools allowed shall at
ail times be kept behind the bar oi said saloon
Heitiou 17. tvery person engagi_-d in the sale
of intoxicating liquor in the ckj of (Joilax shall
conduct the wuie in oue loom, and the whole
oi said room shall be used lor saloon purposes.,
v\ hich said roum shall be separated irom any
ami everj other business by solid walls.aua there
shall uol bu allowed ai.y aour. window or open
ing between said saloon and au> Other p.ai c ol
business: provided, a s loon run in connection
with and a part of a hotel havi g twenty tive or
more rooms, and which serves meals, and being
in a room in the hotel building, may have not
to exceed two doors opening into the lobby of
said hotel. JJor shall there be aKo^ed within
said saloon any partition, bootn, box, gallery,
stairway, room or compartment, except the
necessary toilet and lavatory, and the one room
wherein the bar of said saloon shall be kept.
Nor shall the owner or proprietor ol any saioon
allow or permit any restaurant, lunch counter,
or kitchen to run iv or upon any of the premises
owned or controlled by him ior saloon purposee,
uuless such restaurant, lunch counter, or
kitchen shall be separated from said Bitloon by
bulid wahs, without an;- door, window or open
iug between said saloon and said restaurant,
lunch counter, or kitchen, and said restaurant,
lunch counter or kiu hen shall have the entrance
thereto on the main street Of said city.
Section 18. '1 hat every person engaged in the
sale oi intoxicating liquor in the city of t oliax
snail strii-tly comply with the laws of the state
oi Washington loruidding ilie usi of screens
or any obstruction to C-it oil the ful. view irom
ihe street to me interior oi said saloon
Section 19. That tvery person having a
liceu>e for the sale of intoxica'.ing liquor in the
city of coifax shall close said p<&>.e oi bualneM '
at tne hour of 12 o'clock, at midnight of each >
and every day except Sunday, nd shall keep I
tne same closed until the hour of 6 o'clock in
»«cliou 2U. Any person violating any of the
prov,>.ous of this ordinance thai] be deemed
guilty of a misdemeanor, and upon conviction j
thereof shall be fined in any sum not exceeding '
$100, or by imprisonment "in the city jail not
longer than 3o days, and upon proof b-jing made j
to the satisfaction of the council that the pro- j
visions of this ordinance, or any part thereof, i
are not being kept and performed, it shall be ;
the duty of the council to revoue and annul the
License ol any person wno has violated thel
Section 21. That ordnance number 327, en- |
titled "An ordinance to tax, regulate, and re- '
strain saloons where intoxicating liquors are ,
sold," and ordinance number 332, entitled "An i
ordinance amending section two of ordinance
number 827." are hereby repealed.
option £2 This ordinance shall be in full
force and ettect from and after six days after its
pae>age. approval and publication.
Passed mis 11th day of April, 1910.
Approved thia 12th day of April, 1910.
[Seal] WILLIAM UfWi'l", Mayor.
Approved as to form,
J. H. Sherfey, City Attorney.
Attest: Howard Bramwell, City Clerk.
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which raoHt fn t»h fruits and irflOtlblfM
are FXemdiody diAevit to m'pure and
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and preserved fruitH and vegetables la
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Main * *■ Proprietor!
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Parr's Jewelry Store
Mrs W, I) Parr, Jeweler and Optician
319 Main Str«pt ( OLFAX
(Quality service, quality food and the
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W. H. Melrom, I'roo :il7 Main St.
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It'B guaranteed to be the beet—re
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Let us Bhow you.
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September 8 and 21 Good for return within
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