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Latest Fad In the Education of
TBE latest fad for srrowins chii
dren is barefoot dancing.
This is beneficial not only [q
teaching them grace of move
ment, but it also ieuds to health be
cause of the contact with the earth.
The dances are supposed to take
place our of doors whenever possible.
A smooth space warmed by the sun is
the itlenl spot.
Even when the dances take place in
the house they are beneficial because
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DAMCISG WITHOUT SHOES OK STOCKINGS.
of the untrammeled circulation in the
The teaching of folk dances to little
girls has been made a feature of rec
reation in some schools in New York
city and elsewhere.
Linen Box For Napkins.
One of the most recent fancy work
novelties is a linen box for napkins.
This is to keep them free from soil in
the sideboard or linen closet. For it :i
piece of white ribbon is used, stiffened
wirli cardboard. The edges are over
cart with heavy embroidery cotton,
'■Kr&e cover buttons are held down
of a flip- A single Old Eng
"■^■atiai dectimtes tho cover.
Smart Set Pedestriennes.
The women of the smart set are tak
ing up walking in earnest Truly noth
ing reduces the figure like it. Mrs.
Henry Clews takes a daily constitu
tional of at least three or four miles.
She carries a walking stick with a
curved handle, which she finds <>f great
assistance. Mrs. Joseph Harriman.
■Miss Maud Wet mure, Mrs. Royal
Phelpa Carroll and Miss Constance
Warren are numbered among the mostl
The Woman Who Knows Better Than
You What You Want.
AVho has not met her?
*he asks you what you want ..for
Christmas, and if you say a blue
workbox you are just as likely to get a
red one, because it is more durable,
Of course it doesn't go with any
thing that you have, but the woman
who knows better than you never
thinks of that.
Give her a grocery list and she will
buy not the brands that you expressly
marked, but those which she thinks
If you mention that you intend to
do thus and so with a certain dress
she will immediately tell you that
you ought to do the opposite and
lfovp it to you by her own expe
i'itjUfct with her own wardrobe.
TWu state that you intend to have
tuvdining room done over in green
s*^e will Immediately exclaim: "Oh.
UtJ- You don't want another green
You want it blue."
It is especially when a woman of
this description is in trade that she
proves annoying. You start out to
B«y a i turn colored suit, and she per
suades you that what you need is
black. You give an order for certain
kinds of embroidery silks, and she
sends you an entirely different set of
shades on the plea that they blend
You order a hat- with a small head
size, and when it conies home, behold,
the crown comes below your ears, and
all expostulations bring forth the re
nwrk that they are making the head
sb.es large this year and therefore you
will be better satisfied with it.
You cannot convert the woman who
knows what you want better than you
d" The only thing is to leave her
Watch Your Stove Flues.
Every cook should clean all the flues
of her stove at least once a week It
she wants it to "draw"' properly. An
oven will not heat properly, nor will a
fr'jiK'U however much coal is burned,
wßCthe range is choked with soot
COLFAX GAZETTE, COLFAX, WASHINGTON. OCTOBER 21, 1910.
a Sunflower SeeHs
Sunflower wed* , dSI
*cry much V« 1 """!! in I:ussia
n > Apt.
many twelve is the responsible age
fJtSL^? mau IMOT« "«t door ro a
tamilj whose Income is less than his.
In the Air.
East Wind-Well, they have us hnr-
U'"sl Wind-Yes, but they
can t drive us taudem.-New York Sun
The word "heretic" is derived from
the Greek haireo. to rake or choose for
Alcohol barbs are thrice beneficial
When the hand Is substituted for the
sponge of old time usage.
"What is 'making both ends meet'
Pa?" "Keeping your feel on your
niind, my son."—-New York Press
The Swedish Law.
In Sweden the testimony of a child
under sixteen years of age will noi be
accepted in court.
An Instantaneous cure for hiccough,
it is said, is to lake one teaspoonful of
The Best Way.
There is always a best wny of doing
everything. If it be on.y to boil an egg.
Why is a pawnbroker like a drunk
ard? Because he takes the pledge, but
cannot always keep it.
There are trade secrets in the Chinese
vermilion industry centuries old which
no foreigner has ever solved.
There are seven distinct tribes of
orchids, hundreds of different genera
and thousands of species.
Piekens—Why have you nicknamed
your wife Crystal? Dickeus—Because
she is always on the watch—Sphinx.
People usually talk more about fresh
vegetables than they eat them. —Atchi-
A lady, asked why she bud left her
soup autOUclied. answered, "1 uevet
build ou a swamp.'"
"1 have to piucu tor a living." as the
crab said when it seized the hand of
the man who sought to eaten it.
In the civilized countries of tin
world OU per ceil! of ; eisons over lei;
years of a.ire tuiv* i<» work !'<>r a Living
Rupdy's vinegar is tbe best by 30
Warm Floors and Healthy
Children Make Happy Homes
There is no better way for you to avoid worry and expense
than by insuring your children's health.
t Warm floors in the home, which is the children's play
house in winter, are assured when using Cole's Original Hot
The steel base and body construction allows the heat to be
radiated to the floor keeping it warm during the coldest weather.
Cole's Original Hot Blast Heater
The Cleanest—Easiest to Care For
Burns Soft Coal, Lignite, Hard Coal, Crushed Coke,
Wood and Cobs.
j Users of coal must remember that the ordinary heater is
a big care to operate. That its smoke and ashes entail dust
ing, curtain washing and carpet sweeping. Think then of the
ease of operation and the cleanliness of Cole's Hot Blast.
Cole's Hot Blast has a guaranteed smoke-proof feed door—
open the feed door and the current cf air draws the smoke
directly across the top of stove to the stove pipe—away from
the opening. Contrast this simple, cleanly feed with the side
door in an ordinary heater. The side door used on other
6toves permits escape of dirty smoke, unpleasant gas and
accumulated soot drops from it. If you overfill a side doer
stove, coal falls to the floor. And note this, you cannot
make'a side door heater air-tight—an everlasting advantage
in favor of Cole's Hot Blast which is air-tight and guaranteed
to remain so always. v
£ No fires to build —the fire is never out in Ihis remarkable
1 heater from fall until taken down in the spring. .
Better select one today—surely it is the heater you need —
k»_ E. E. BAEKOLL HI:
SSUn. )S* COLFAX, WASH. Siz. and Sty
SHOT LAKE HIT
(The House of Efficiency)
315 miles east ot Portland on O. R. & N*. Railway.
Be«t equiped Sanatorium and Surgery in Northwest.
BOILING HOT SPRINGS
Ask agents for special r«te round trip ticked.
Write for Illustrated booklet to
DR. W. T. PHY
Medical Supt. and Mgr. HOT LAKE. OREGON
Order to Show Cause Why Mort
gage or Sale of Real Estate
Should Not be Made.
In the superior court of Whitman county,
state of Washington.
In the matter of the estate of James D
It appearing to the said court by the pe
tition this dny presented and filed by Jam i
McConnfll, the administrator of the estate of
James D. McConnell, deceased, praying for an
order for mortg-»fcfl or sale of real estate; that
it is necesunry to mortgage or sell all or some
part of the real estate, to pay the family al
lowance, debts of deceased, expenses of ad
ministration and a mortgage upon the real
property of the estate.
It is therefore ordered by the said court
that all persons interested in the estate of said
deceased, appear before the said superior
court, on the 19th day of November, 1910, at
10 o'clock a. m , of said day, at the court room
of. eaid superior court, at Colfax, in said
county and state, to chow cause why an order
should not be granted to the aaid Janes Me-
Cnnuell to mortage or sell so much of the
real estate c,f «aid deceased as shall be neces
sary; and that a copy of this order be pub
lished at least four t-u ce^sive weeks in the
<"'ilfa\ Gszfttte, a newspaper printed and pub
lished in V\ hif;:, m county, state of Washing
Dated October 18th, 1910.
J. N. PICKRELL.
State of Washington, county of Whitman, m.
I, Geo. H. Newman, clnk of the superior
court of Whitman county, state of Washing
ton, do hereby certify that the foregoing is a
true, full and correct copy of an order duly
made ami entered upon the miautes of the
3aid inperior court.
Witness my hand and the aeal of said court
this 18th day of October, 1910
GEO. H. NEWMAN,
Executrix's Notice of Sale of Real
Notice is hereby given that in pursuance of
ail order of tho superior court of the state of
Washington, in and for the county of Whit
man, made on the Bth day of October, liilO,
in the matter of the estate of F. J. Ferguson,
I, the under'-iirned, the executrix of the said
estate, will *ell at public auction to the high
est bid it r, for ea*h, cold coin of the United
States nd subject to confirmation by said
superior court, an Fp.turday, the sth day of
November, 1910, at the hour of 2:00 o'clock
p. m., of sain day, at the front door of the
government postotfk'H st tbe tuwn of Winnna,
Whifn,itu county, WashinKto-, a'l the right,
title, interest and estate of said t. J. lei^u*
son, at the time of his death, and all right,
title, interest and estate that the said estate
has by operation of law or otherwise acquired
other than or in addition to that of the said
F. J. Fergtnoo, at the time of his death, in
aDd to all that certain piece or parcel of real
estate situated, lying and being in Whitman
crunty, state of Washington, and described as
follows, to-wit: Lots four and five in block
two of the original townsite of the town of
Winona, mid county and state, with the
buildirj,'B an 1 improvements thereon.
'Terms and conditions of sale are: Cash,
gold ci in of the United States, ten per ceut of
the purchase mocey to be paid on the day of
sale, balance on confirmation of sale by said
MINERVA A, FERGUSON,
Executrix of the estate of F. J. Ferguson,
Dited at Colfax, Washington, October .Sth,
ALEXANDER & 00 *y moD* bi°<*
tae Gazette on file and are It*
auth'jriwvl f^pmtH for »dvert!«»nmr.t*
Notice to Delinquent Stockholders
Offun^ h !Mman Mining & Mill'ng Co., Ltd.,
V.ticeish rehy given that there is delin
qoent upon the following dercribod stock on
account ..f MMwnantlNo 1) levied on the 11th
day of April, 1910, the several unoonta set
Bite the names of the respective th.re
holuers as follows, to-wit:
«, No. of No. of
T T £:' inp Cert. Shmttm Amt
J. L. Batwrton 10 M.SIS |122 75
Grarrett Anderson 21 8181b I^2 75
And in accordance with the law so many
shares of each parcel of euch stock as ruav be
n.ce^ry will be ,«M at the office of F. S.
Rathff & Co. Colfwt, Washington, on the
11th day of July, 1910. at ten o'dock a m., to
pay the delinquent assessment thereon, to
gether with the cost of advertising and ex
penses of sale.
A. J. EASUM, Secretary.
Notice of Postponement.
The above and foregoing sale is postponed
nntil August 11, 1910, at the hour of 10 o'clock
a. m. of said day, to bs held at the place des
°u v ln 4 8a, 1d foregoing notice. By order of
the board of directors.
A. J. EASUM, Secretary.
Notice of Postponement.
The above and foregoing B a!e ia postponed
until September 12, 1910, ac the hour of 10
o clock a m. ofeaid day, to be held at the
place described in aaid foregoing notice. By
order of the board of directors.
A. J. EASUM, Secretary.
Notice of Postponement.
The above and foregoing 3 *le is postponed
until October 11, 1910, at the hour of 10 o'clock
a. m. of said day, to be held at the place
described in said foregoing notice. By order
of the boaid of directors.
A. J. EASUM, Secretary.
Notice of Postponement,
The above and fore t 'oinp s-A» is postponed
until November 11. 1910, at the h<,ur of 10
(: clock a. in. of said day, to be held at the
place described in said foregoing notice By
order of the hoard of directors.
A ,1 EASUM, Secretary.
Application Nog. 7633-7364.
Notice of Sale of State Lands.
Notice is hereby given that on Saturday, the
sth aay o. November, 1910, between the hours of
ten o clock In the forenoon and four o'clock in
the afternoon, commencing at ten o'clock in
thef'-renoou. of said day, in front of the main
entrance door to the county court hous.-, in the
city of Colfax, county of Whitman, ?tat» of
Washington, either by the county auditor of
said county or by a member of the board of
state land commissioners of the state of Wash
ington, the following described state laud's to
gether with the improvements situated thereon
will be sold at public auction to the highest
bidder therefor, to-wif
Application No. 7633.
NE^'of section 36. township 18 north, range
44 east, W.M., containing 160 acres, more or
less, according to the government survey there
prkfsf/aSoo'iy 6 '0^00- imer-em^s *P"
Application No. 7364.
>% of SW^ of section 86. township 16 north
range 43 east, W. M., containing 8o acres, more
or less, according to the government survey
thereof, appraised at $3 200 00 Improvements
appraised at *1,265 00.
.Said lands will be sold for not less than the
appraised value above stated and upon the
terms and conditions following:
i erms and 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
value 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 all deferred pay
ments at the rate of six per centum per annum,
together with accrued interest on any balance
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 materals is pro
hibited by law from cutting or removing any
such timber or materals without first obtaining
consent of the commissioner of public lands or
the board, until the full amount of the purchase
price ha- been paid and deed issued.
All sales of state la^ds are made subject to
the reservations of o■■;*, gasses, coal, ores, min
erals and fossils of . very name, kind and des
cription, at'd to the a< iitional terms and condi
tions prescribed In the act of the legislature
approved M-irch 2'i 1907, being sec. 3 of cnap.
256 of the laws of 1907.
The above described lands are offered for sale
in pursuance of an order of the board of state
and commissioners, and an order of sale duly
issued and certified by the Commissioner of
Public Lauls of the state of Washington now
on file in the office of the Connty auditor of
(Seal) . c. W. ROSS.
Commissioner of Public Lands,
NOTICE GF PRIMARY ELECTION.
Notice is herehy given that a primary
election will be held in the city of Colfax,
state of Washington, on Tuesday, No
vember 8, 1910, for the purpose of norn
inating the following officer*, to wit:
One mayor, for the term of one year.
One councilman at large, for the term
of one year.
One councilman for the first ward, for
the term of two years.
Oue councilman for the second ward,
for the term of two years.
Oue councilman for the third ward, for
thtt'term of two y^are.
One city clerk, for the term of one year.
Oae city treasurer, for the term of one
One city attorney, for the term of one
The following filings have been made
for the offices:
Citizens' Party—William Lippitt.
Law and Order Party—E. vV. Weinberg
For Councilman' at Large
Citizens' Party—E X Barroll.
Law and Order Party—H. VanSchoick
Councilman, Ist Ward
Citizens' Party—P. B. Stravens.
Law and Order Party—J. J. Kneale.
Councilman-. 2d Ward
Citizens' Party—Dr. J. Floyd Tifft.
Law and Order Party—J. O. House
Councilman, 3d Ward
Citizens' Party—ti. L Piummer.
Law and Order Party—E. H. Kirkland
Citizens' Party—Howard Bramwell.
Citizens' Party—H. G. De Pledge.
Law and Order Party—Edwin C. Baird
Citizens' Party—J. H. Sherfey.
Said election will be held in ncco'dance
with the general election laws of the
state of Washington.
The polls will be open from 11 a. m. to
Bp. tu. on said day and the voting
piaces will be at the customary places.
October 14. 1910 City Clerk.
Notice of Local Option Election.
Notice 19 hereby given that a special elec
tion will be held within and for the incerpor
ated city of Uolfax, county of Whitman, state
of Washington, on Tuesday, November 8,
1910, at the following placps:
First Ward—South End Hose House.
Second Ward—Engine House
Third Ward-Third Ward Hose House.
At which tixe will be submitted to the
qualified electors of said city the question.
"Shall the sale of intoxicating liquor be li
censed within the city of Colfax, county of
Whitman, state of Washington?"
Dated October 7, 1910.
City Clerk of Colfax, Wash.
Proposed Amendment to State
state of Wfishin - on,
Tn . rhf .. Office of the Becret« of State
Jounomit may concern: In obedience to
' rnVenn 1 T le?^^ "PProved V-r-h 17th.
th, « Il>iov-: "Al""-' providing lor
the amendment of section 10 ■ of the
| Constitution of the state of Washington/relatini i
to the exetative department of the state of
\NKsinnKtnn.an.l providing tor Ti,
to the office of gov, rnor." there ii hereby pnb
£££?£'«" '"'"■ tei**lon <>f th« voters of the
rate of Wuhlngun the following proposed ;
u^dment to the constitution of said m ii
UiHt at the general election to be held m thi«
| state on the Tuesday next succeed i:,V tl ■ flrsi
Mondaj'inNovember, 1910, there shall be su™
mitted to the qualified electors of the state of
WaaWngton, a proposed amendment to section
w I- 'l of the constitution of th»- state o
Washington, m that the same shall read, when
so amended, as follow* Section 10 iv cane of
the removal, resignation, death or disability of
\oive upon the Lieutenant Governor: and in
case of a vacancy in both the offices of Governor !
and Lieutenant Governor, the duties of the
governor shaU devolve upon the Secretirr™
fh» «ffi addition to the line of succession uj
indioffi f ce, an.d duties of Governor as hereinabove
J« «ii a»^f dl lf th° necess»>' «haU arls^, in order
to mi the vacancy in the office of Governor, the
following stale officers shall succeed to the
rt'itiesof Governor and in the order nK:aed, viz
ireasurer. Auditor. Attorney General
teiident of Public Instructton and Commlswoner
2wi r\ /' - *"' Sl lv case of the deftth- dis
pw» h" I* 1 li re °, r TefUßal °"he person regularly
elected to the office of GovernoV to quality at
the time provided by law, the duties of the
office shal. devolve nj-jn the person regularly
elected to and qualified for the office of Heu
m?tn n th erL lf!!' 1 T ho Bhall flCt a<; «over,ior
until the rtisabil ty be removed, or a governor
be elected; and in cue of the death, disability
failure or refusal of b>th the Governor and the
Lieutenant Governor elect to. qualify, the duties
of the Governor shall devolve upon the Secre
tary of Male; and in addition to the line of suc
cession to the office and duti, h of Governor as
hereinabove indicated, if there stiau be the
failure or refusal of any officer named above to
qualify, and if the necessity shall arise by rea
son thereof, then in that event in oner to fill
the vacancy m the office of Governor the fol
lowing state officers shall succeed to the duties
or Governor in the order named, viz: Treasurer, i
£,m;?V /'' !l'- Bupetiutemtonl of
i nbiic Instruction and Commlssi >ncr of Public
Lands. Any person succeeding to the office of
Governor as n this s. c ion provided, shall l>e r
[orm the duties of such offlceonly until theidiß
aDinty !k: removed, or a Governor be el»
and qiialified: and if a vacancy occur more
than thirty days before the next" een< a
curring within two years com"
mencement of the term, a person shall be
elected at such election to fIU the office of Gov
ernor for the remainder of the unexpir.^d term
ihere shall be printed on all balJots provided
for the said election the words -For the pro
posed amendment to section ten (10) of article
urn c (J) of the Constitution. reUtlng to th»
succession to the office of Governor;' -Asniust
theproposed amendment '.o section ten (10) of
article three (3) oi the < onstltution, relating to
the succession of the office of Governor "
In testimony whereof I have hereunto set mv
hand and affixed the seal of the state of Wash-
Done at Olympia this Ist day of .Tulv, 1910
(Seal) I. M. HOW ELL,
Secretary of .Hate.
Proposed Amendment to State
State »f Washington,
Office of the Secretary of State.
To whom it may concern: In obedience to
fqnq aCt°/Ji^e legislature approved February 25th.
1909. entitled as follows: "An act to amend ar
ticle six (VI) of the Constitution of the state of
Washington relating to the qualification of
voters within the state," there is hereby pub
lished for the consideration of the voterg of the
state of Washington the following proposed
amendment to the constitution of said state:
lhat at the gen. ral election to be held in this
state on the Tuesday next succeeding the first
Monday In November, 1910, there shall be sub
mitted to the qualified electors of this state for
their adoption and approval an amendment to
article six (VI) of the Constitution of the state
of Washington, and it is hereby provided that
said article six (VI) be amended by striking
from said article six (VI) all of sections oue(l)
and [two] (2) and inserting in lieu thereof the
following, to be known as section one Or Sec
tion 1. All persons of the age ot twenty-one
yee.rs or over, po-sessing the following qualifi
cations, shall be entitled to vote at all elections:
They shall be citizens of the United states
they shall have lived in the state one year, and
in the county ninety days, and in" the city
town, ward or preciuct thirty days immediately
preceding the t-lection at which they oner to
vote; thny shall be able to read and speak the
i-nglish language: Provided, That, Indians not
tux»d shall never be allowed the elective fran
chise: And further provided, That this amend
ment shall not atl'ect the rights of franchise of
any person who is now a qualified elector of
this state. The legislative authority shall enact
laws defining the manner of ascertaining the
qualifications of voters as to their ability to
read and speak the Kugiish language, and pro
viding for punishment of persons voting or
registering in violati-u of the provisions of this
section. There shall be no denial of the elec
tive franchise at any election on account of
There shall be printed on all ballots provided
for the said election the words '•For the pro
posed amendment cf article six (VI) of the (Jon
stitutiou. relating to the qualifications of voters
within this state:" "Against the proposed
amendment to article six (VI) of the Constitu
tion, relating to the qualification of voters with
in this state."
In testimony whereof I have hereunto set my
haud audatlix^d the seal of the state of Wash
Done a: Olympia this Ist day of July, 1910.
(Seal) 1. M. HOWELL.
Secretary of state.
Notice to Creditors.
In the superior court cf the state of Wash
ington, for Whitman county.
In the matter of the estate of Joseph De-
Notice it* hereby giren, that by an order
duly made and entered in tha above entitled
cause and court, the undersigned waa, on the
21st day of September, 191U, duly appointed
and confirm d as executor of the estate and
laet will and testament of Joreph DeLong,
deceased. All persons h wing claims against
said deceased are hereby notified and required
to present them to the undersigned, with the
necessary vouchers, within one year from the
30th day of September, 1910, the date of the
first publication of this notice, at the office of
U. L. Ettinger, i. the city of Colfax, in the
county of Whitman, state of Washington,
where the business of said estate will be trans
Dated at Colfax, Washington, September
HENRY S. DeLONG,
Executor of the eatate of Joseph DeLong,
First publication of this notice September
Last publication of this notice October
Notice to Creditors.
In the superior court of the state of Wash
ington, in and for the county of Whitman.
In the matter of the estate of Phiiip P.
Notice is hereby given by the undersigned,
the administratrix of the estate of Philip P.
Henderson, deceased, to the creditors of and
all persons having claims against siid de
ceased, to present their claims, with the nec
essary vouchers, within one year after the 30th
day of September, 1910, the same being the
date of this notice and the date of the first
publication thereof, to the said administratrix,
at her residence on the southwest quarter of
section thirty (30). in town-hip nineteen (19),
north of range forty-one (41), E., W. M , in
the county of Whitman, state of Washington,
the same bern? the place of the transaction of
the business of said estate.
Date of this notice and of the first publica
tion there >f, September 30th, 1910.
K-VTriLYN M. HENDERSON,
Administratrix of the estate of Philip P.
R. L. McCroskey, a'torney for administra
We Haul Everything
Reed, Kipley & Co.
Express and Dkaymen
Office at Ripley Pharmacy
Phone Main 11
If you want the news you moat take
We've Got 'Em
RICH FARM LANDS
Sell or Trade
160 | acres, one of the best
tim othyanch bargains in the
Inland Empire, located close
to town, a good set of improve
ments, fine lying land, worth
$100 an acre but we price it
for a quick sale at $72.50 an
217 acres all cultivated,
some fallow, alfalfa, spring and
well water, county road, 2 \
miles from town on electric
road, 5-room house, good barn
and outbuildings, family or
chard. Land in vicinity has
sold for $76 an acre. If you
are quick on the trigger you
will get this for $70 an acre
and immediate possession.
320 acres, all cultivated, 100
acres ready to seed, 100 acres
for oats, almost new 6-room
house, barn fair condition 40.x
50, family orchard, electric
station on land, fine lying and
well located ranch, has both
spring and well water. You
can handle this with $9,200
cash, balance 10 years time at
7 per cent. The price is right,
only $75 an acre.
We offer nothing for sale
that we would not buy our
selves if we had the money.
We sell and trade.
GOLFAX INSURANCE &
Colfax Meat Market
A. GERBEH, Proprietor
FEESH AND CURED MEATS
POULTKY AND FISH
Oysters in Season
Hides and Pelts Bought
119 Mam Street Phono Mnin 101
Bensel Fuel Co.
Anthracite. Rock Springs
Chas. F. Bensel, Prop
Phohe Main 401
M. A. ROSE
Watches, Diamonds, Jew
elry and Silverware. A
large and complete stock
in each line. Watch in
spector for O. R. & N.
Goods that have been under
water will not be sold to any
person without telling them
Made promptly at reasonable
rates. Write or call for particu
lars and references.
HETHERINGTON A REICHERS
820 PauUeu Bid*., SPOKANE, WA^H.
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