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F. L. Stotler was attending to busi
ness Bi Pi»lou«8 Monday.
Mins Nellie Sullivan in in Spokane
where nlie in making herself useful as
etenocrapher for one of the big hrtnß of
Arch liiinlt'sty of Oakfsdalewas doing
bueini'Bß at the coonty seat Saturday.
Mrs. Lizzi' IWkett of Kalispell, Mon
tana, armed in Colfax Friday and is
tbegi)^' of Mrs. H. I. Willis.
F. P. Kuan of Palouse web attending
to legal business in Colfax Monday.
H. K. Constantien, having charge of
the district traffic department of the
Pacific Telegraph <Sc Telephone Company,
with headquarters at Lewieton, Idaho,
«ai attending to business in Coliax this
Miss Florence Harvey returned to her
home in Spokane Sunday morning, after
spending several days in Colfax visiting
Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Allen left for Spo
kane Sunday, having visited several days
here. The Hicks-Pocock wedding was
the magnet which brought them to
Roland Bainton, *on of Rev. J. Her
bert Bainton. left Wednesday for Walla
Walla to enter Whitman College, where
be expectH to take a regular cellegiate
c^jy«* Roland is a graduate of the
fIiHH Katberiue Ryan left Monday for
Pullman to enter the Washington State
College. Mil"1 Ryan is a graduate of the
Cojfax Hiu;b school, and has the com
mernl'tii!'- ambition to graduate from the
bigber institution of learning.
Mrs. J. N. Pocock is visiting in Dia
mond this week, the guest of her eon and
Julius Lippitt, ex mnynr of Colfax,
palled in last Friday and is mingling
with tut brethren during fair week.
Walter I>oolittle returned Sunday
from North Yakima, where be has been
employed during the summer, and left
Monday for Pullman to resume bis
studies at W. S. C.
E. J. Henning, S. D Woodward and
Bob Mortimer are Sunset people who
visited Colfax during the week.
Mies Emma Nickels of Portland is
visiting at the home of her sister, Mrs.
\j. 1). Woodward.
P. M. Sbeahan, a pioneer resident of
Thornton, spent Wednesday in the city.
Judge Stephen J. Cbadwick of the
state supreme court at Olympia and P.
F. Chadwick of Spokane arrived iv the
city Wednesday and are mingling with
old-time friends and acquaintances.
V.A\ M. Reebe came down from Spo
Jcaue yesterday to remain several days.
William Ericson of Spokane, ac-
by her son Will, came down
Kpunenday in their auto, and will remain
antil Sunday, the gueet of Mrs. H. I.
Walter J. Davenport of Spokane pulled
In Wednesday to take in the sights of the
fair and pee old frieuds.
Mrs. B. F. Nicholas, J. W. Higgine
and Mr. and Mrs. Nick Codd are among
the former Colfaxites who are down from
Spokane to attend the county fair.
Mips Zoe Davenport of Spokane ar
rived in Colfax Tuesday, and will visit
for two weeks with Miss Mac Miller and
Leg Broken in Two Places.
Dr. Q, B. Keaton, a veterinary surgeon
of La Crosse and a graduate of the
Washington State Coll ge, while assist
ing in hauling wheat at La Crosse for
the Pacific Coast Elevator Co., was bur
ied under 50 sacks of wheat. His left
leg whu broken in two places and he
suffered other injuries of a serious na
ture. Mr. Keatjn was brought here
Monday and placed in St. Ignatius hos
pital. Though seriously injured it is
eaid he will recover.
Marriage licenses have been issued by
the county auditor to the following:
Judd L. Wilson and Ruby B. Earlle,
tab of Colfax.
M fe. Martin and Neliie Sharp, both of
Harmer Robeson and Eva Blanche
Fitzgerald, both of St. John.
Ed P. Byers and Clara Hughey, both
of St. John.
v William H. Wieber and Sophia B.
Tauien, both of Uniontown.
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* will appear .very day at tha Spokane Interstate Fair, Oct. 3-9.
COLFAX GAZETTE, COLFAX, WASHINGTON, SEPTEMBER 30, 1910.
SOCIAL SIDE OF COLFAX.
Mr.and Mrs.C. H.Erwin entertained
at a neighborhood card party l a «t Fri
ha^TmnK in cpleb^on of the fiftieth
birthday anniversary of the genial host.
Ihere were three tables at five hundred,
pmes for most progressions being won
by Mrs. Chase and Judge Inman. The
guests were then invited to the dining
room to partake of refreHhmentH. \ll
«pent a delightful evening and wished
Mr. Lrwin many happy returns of the
Mrs. .T. M. Baker entertained her Sun
day school pupils, the members of the
Sunbeam claes. at her home on Saturday
afternoon, about 17 young girls being
present. They organized themselves into
a Helping Hand club, their object being
to work for the orphanage recently
started in Walla Walla under the direc
tion of the Christian church. Nine or
ten children already have a home at this
institution, and it expects to widen its
field of usefulness. An old people's home
will also be maintained in connection
with the orphanage. After organizing
their club last Saturday the young
ladies were served with refreshments by
their hostess, Mrs. Baker, and all en
joyed a pleasant social afternoon.
Colfax Circle entertained Monday night,
and from all accounts it was a swell
affair. Over 100 were in attendance.
Fifteen came from Endicott and took
part in the proceedings. Monday being
the birthday anniversary of Mrs. Geneva
Miller that lady was the recipient of
many presents besides a round of con
gratulations. Another interesting feature
was the vocal and instrumental music
furnished during the evening by Mrs.
Mabol Williams, which was greatly ap
preciated by those present. The com
mittee having the entertainment in hand
was composed of Mrs. Nellie Sturtevant,
Mrs. Lizzie Crawford, Mrs. Brooke, Mrs.
Emma Gerber and Albert Powell. Elab
orate refreshments were served.
Mrs. George A. Chapman entertained
twelve ladies at an elaborate party last
Saturday in honor of Mrß. Charles E.
Scriber, who is down from the Stevens
county homestead for a visit. A half
past-ten breakfast was served, after
which the guests played six-banded
euchre. Mrs. A. E Stuht won the prize
for most points, Mrs. J. A. Perkins for
lone hands and Mrs. E. M. Woodin re
ceived the consolation prize. At three
o'clock delicious refreshments were
served, and the remainder of the after
noon was devoted to conversation.
Fall Face Downward.
Clarence Hare, a lineman for the Wash
ington Water Power Co , while trimming
limbs of a tree from electric wires Mon
day, fell a distance of 30 feet, striking
on a plank sidewalk face downward. His
face was badly cut and he was otherwise
bruised and shaken up. He was taken
to St. Ignatius hospital. Hare's home
is in Everett.
Bidden to Wedding.
Invitations were issued this week by
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Kuhn to the mar
riage of their daughter Ethyl to Haylett
O'Neill of New York. The wedding will
take place at the home of the bride on
Wednesday afternoon, October 12, at 2
o'clock, and will be followed by a recep
tion from 2:30 to 4 p. m.
Store Closed on Holidays.
Tuesday, October 4, will be the Jewish
holiday of New Year, and as usual Lip
pitt Brothers' store will remain closed
all day. The store will also be closed on
Thursday, October 13, which is the
Jewish Day of Atonement.
"The Gipsy Queen."
Active preparations and rehearsals for
the production of the operetta, "The
Gipsy Queen," which will be given in the
New Ridgeway on Friday, October 14,
are going on. About 75 local people
will take part in it.
Royal Camp No. 116, Woodmen of the
World, on October 13 will have initia
tion, side degree entertainment, also
lunch. All members are requested to be
present. Thomas Oliver, Clerk.
On account of holidays, Lippitt Bro's
department store will remain closed on
Tuesday, October 4. and Thursday,
October 13. Patrons will please govern
For sale—A few choice heifer calves for
Bale at Smith's Dairy. Phone Black 321.
Shirkey & Glaser. graduate opticians.
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT.
M C Gray vs W & I Ry Co-Case die
City of Colfax vs H S Hollingsworth
et al—Motion and demurrer to com
plaint overruled. Plaintiff granted leave
to amend complaint and injunction bond.
Henry Bloom vs Hor™ Hammer et al—
Case net for trial October 4.
Carl Brand et al vs Palouse Land Co
et al—Motion for judgment on complaint
to quiet title sustained.
Joha F Davidson vs B F Sherfey et al
—Hearing for temporary injunction on
Powell-Sanders Co vs Miller & Hund
ley—Money due on account.
Powell-Sanders Co vs First Nat'l Bank
Powell-Sanders Co vs Farmers &
Merchants Bank of Maiden—Garnish
J F Swam vs V S Sweet—Money due
J F Swam vs Jordan Bros—Garnish
Estate of Wm Stott—Stephen E Walker
appointed administrator, bond $2400.
Estate of Philip P Henderson—Kath
lyn M Henderson appointed adminis
tratrix, bond $500, and O A Broyles, H
W Fockler and J 0 Catlet appointed ap
Estate of Joseph DeLong—Will ad
mitted to probate and Uenry S DeLong
confirmed as executor, bond 18400, and
Joseph Henderson, Peter Helm and E C
White appointed appraisers.
Guardianship of John Carton, insane
—Guardian's account approved and al
lowance of $250 guardian fee and $150
Guardianship of Willard E Chirm—
Order discharging guardian.
Estate of Grayeon Hollifleld—J L
Richards, J C Richards and Charles Me-
Spadden appointed appraisers.
Estate of A M Bigelow—Frances E
Bigelow appointed administratrix, bond
Estate of Frank Beck—Decree of set
tlement, distribution and warrant to
partition after distribution.
Estute of Mary A Johnson—Allen F
Johnson appointed administrator, bond
Guardianship of Melvin A Johnson et
al—Allen F Johnson appointed guardian,
Estate of Robert T Walls—Will ad
mitted to probate, and Estella Walls
confirmed as executor; order dispensing
with appraisement and finding estate
A Burglar in Town
iiie name is "bad cough."' He doesn't
care for gold or silver but he will steal
your health away. If he appears in
your house arrest him at o"nce with Bal
lard's Horehoutid Syrup, it may mean
consumption if you don't. A cure for
all coughs, colds and chest troubles
Price 25c, 50c and $1.00 per bottle.
Sold by V. T. McCroskey.
Our desire is to please. Prices right.
Quality right. Style right. You will be
waited upon right, with pleasure. Mrs.
E. E Moore.
"Dr. Thomas' Electric Oil is the beet
remedy for that often fatal disease—
croup Has been used with success in
our family for eight years."—Mrs. L.
Whiteacre, Buffalo, X. V
Gazette advertisers invite the patron
age of Gazette readers.
Use Ruedy's vinegar.
Owner of a gold ring found on the
street may recover same at Gazette
office by proving property and paying
To Let—4-room house, well with
pump, good brick cellar, barn. Apply
North 117 Dean Way. Vacant October 1.
For Sale—Applet, in bulk, % cents per
pound, at the Burrell Orchard, Dia
For sale —A combined popcorn and
peanut roaster for sale cheap. First
class condition. Inquire of John Dodds.
Wanted—Girl for general housework.
Apply to Mrs Wm. Clay Cardwell, South
Colfax. Phone Black 1461.
Wanted—Young ladies over 17 years
of age to learn telephone operating.
Apply to Chief Operator, Pacific Tel. &
Tel. Co., between the hours of 8 a. m.
and 5 p. m.
Wanted —Will buy a few thousand
shares of the following mining stocks, if
prices are reasonable: Rambler Caribou,
Clearwater Gold & Copper, Black Bear
Consolidated. Address box 567, Colfax,
Plain sewing wanted. Addresß Mrs.
Kate Lawrence, Gen. Del., Colfax.
Wanted —Description and price of land
for sale from owner* only. State loca
tion and terms. Address Lock Box 696,
FOR SALE-REAL ESTATE.
For Sale—6 room house, newly painted
and papered, tour blocks from high
school, two blocks from grade pchool.
Price $ 1400. Inquire of Frank Yollen
dorff, Colfax. Wash.
For Sale—Ol Lake street, near Pres
bjterian church, level lot 50x169 feet
and new 7 room house with all modern
conveniences, good cellar, woodshed and
stable. John Cloener, 815 Lake street.
HAVE A GOOD TIME
piece with you at all times and you
can be prompt in keeping engage
ments and never "get left." We have
a saperb stock of high grade watches
made by the best manufacturers and
as timekeepers are of the highest
standard of excellence. Every taste
can be suited from our great variety
in styles of cases, ornamentation,
etc., that we are showing.
Parr's Jewelry Store
MRS. W. D. PARR,
Optometrist 'and Jeweler
319 Main St. COLFAX, WASH.
160 acres 9 miles east of
Colfax, 2 miles of warehouse,
65 acres summer fallow, some
alfalfa, 7-room house, large
barn, good out buildings all in
good repair, watered by
springs, located on county
road. This must sell by Oc
tober 1. $4000 cash down,
balance long time. Price $75
800 acres one mile from
town, warehouse on land, 700
acres cultivated, 100 acres pas
ture, 100 acres of ranch is level
land, balance is gently rolling,
good set of buildings, 2 good
living springs of water, fine
shade around house, family or
chard, county road, phone, R.
F. D. Price $55 per acre.
If you are on the market to
buy a ranch you are standing
in your own light if you do
not see us before buying. We
can please you in any size
ranch you want to buy and can
save you money. If you want
to sell a ranch you should list
with our office. This is a good
time for you to get in right.
List with us, buy through our
GOLFAX INSURANCE &
Ground Floor COLFAX
Lippitt Bldg. WASB.
T- O, RUTH
Any business entrusted to
my care will receive prompt
and careful attention.
Pullman State Bank Bldg.
If you buy a
watch from us
It's as safe ac putting the money
into the bank. We will stand be
hind all the promises we make for
it. And if it should go back on
you —why, we will make it do its
duty—or give you one
It's on that basis that we aek
for and expect your watch trade.
If you've a watch in mind, hurry
up and get it in your pocket. We
are ready any day to do our part.
M. A. ROSE, Jeweler
Opposite Great Eastern Store
GEO. L. CORNELIUS
AUTOMOBILE AND BICYCLE HOSPITAL
Repairing ot all kinds.
Opp. Main Street School COLFAX
THE FAMOUS ffi
PRICED AT $4 TO $6. «#£S
The Walk-Over line represents the
acme of shoe style, quality and comfort at moderate prices.
(9 Sold by the
# Whitehouse Clothing
COL FAX - - WASHINGTON
Colfax State Bank
CAPITAL AXl> SITRPLIS, $<>1,000.00
"\\T E SOLICIT YOUR ACCOUNT and guarantee prompt
" " and courteous treatment. Our motto: "Satisfaction
to customers as the only basis for a permanent business."
4 per cent interest paid on time deposits.
J. A. PERKINS E. K. HANNA EDWIN C. BAIRD
President V. President Cashier
THE LEWISTON-CLARKSTOH FAIR
October 10th- 15th
LEWISTON, IDAHO CLARKSTON, WASH.
Greatest Industrial Display
Most extensive opportunity for
amusement ever offered in
North. Idaho and Eastern Washington
JOHN E- NICKERSON, Secretary.
Hay, Grain, Feed of all Kinds
Inland Milling & Feed Company
214 Mill Street Colfax, Wash.
rphe Bensel Fuel Co.
Our slab is as big as cord
Anthracite, Rock Springs
and Kemmerer CoaL
Chas. F. Bensel, Prop., Phone Main 401
PERFECT BAKING RESULTS can be obtained only
when the best materials are used, including 'flour of
these popular and well known brands—
which are manufactured in Whitman county by the WINONA
MILLING CO., from Blue Stem Wheat, the very best for the
Inland Milling & feed Do. =11