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I BOVER'S 11
—CLEAN SWEEP SALE — I
525,000 worth of Ladies', Misses' and Children's Cloaks, Suits, Skirts, Evening Gowns and Dresses, Furnishings, Hos-
iery, Corsets and Millinery thrown on the market and sold entirely regardless of the cost or value. Entire stock is on sale eg
and we guarantee no shams or maddening disappointments. It will be a straight, legitimate, clean sweep sale from start
to finish. No old stock of 10 to 30 years' standing, btit everything in the store new, snappy goods for fall and winter 1910 33
and 1911. Hundreds were turned away for lack of salespeople. Our staff is now increased so that all will be waited on gl
promptly. We refrain from giving you a long list of prices which are unnecessary and meaningless, and it would take the qij
entire issue of this paper even if we had the room to tell you the same. We beg to state that the old prices shall absolutely [*g
remain untampered and the new ones will be placed alongside of them, giving you an idea of the enormous savings and the 33
relentless price slashing which this high grade stock is undergoing. 35
EVERYTHING MUST GO I
This sweeping and gigantic sale embracing as it does every dollar's worth of merchandise in our store, is bound to be a
record breaker. It will prove to be truly the greatest sensation of the year for the buying public. A saving opportunity ffi
to every buyer who can reach the store. The astounding values, the very timeliness of their offering, coupled with an ™
utter disregard for cost or loss, is bound to astonish the purchasing public and cause competition to stand aghast at our juS
fearless methods of merchandising. So you want to hurry to Cjlj
M. BOYER CO.'S GIGAMC CLEAN SWEEP SALE 1
COLFAX, WASHINGTON 1
NO EXTRA CHARGE FOR ALTERATIONS. |
ALL AROUNDJHE COUNTY
Tlitl Maiden hodoolh have outgrown
present quarters. The Baptist church
building will be fitted up for use for
school purposes. A subscription school
was started in 19U8 with 15 pupils.
The hoard has recently finished a five
room structure, which in too small for
the needs of the district The building
and equipment co*t |4500. Attendant
hart now reached 190. A special bond
issue will be had to provide additional
Professor Solon Shedd, head of the de
partment of geology at the State Col
lege and assistant state geologic, hap
completed a geography of the state of
Wnnhington. Thin in the second b'>ok
that Professor Shedd baa completed this
year relating to the state of Washing- i
ton, the former being a description of
the clays and clay industries in the state.
The department of animal husbandry j
of the State College ha* receutly received
an appropriation !<»r the purchase of
tborrughbred mares !<>r breeding; pur
poses. This is the beginning of a new
departure at the college.
Last Friday Frank Adnir of Palouee
purchased the interest ol Jt>hu Dingle in
f>4he PsJoase Hardware & Implement Co.,
the pnce paid being |35,000 t Mr. Dingle
' taking in payment 160 acres of land
east of Palouse at $12,000; 160 acres of
timothy land near Weippe, Idaho, at
flO.000; 160 acres of wheat land in
Adams county, at $3000; fIO.OOO in
cash. The company owns the large
building on east Main street and is one Of
the largest hardware and implement
concerns in Whitman county.
It is said that the Washington Water
Power Company, over whose lines elec
tricity for lighting and manufacturing
purposes is furnished various Palouse
towns, has under contemplation a plan
to furnish lights and power to farm
houses along its line. The move is one
that wiJJ no doubt be appreciated by
farmers who find themselves in range of
the service. Electric power for the oper
ation of feed mills, pumps, etc., is ho far
ahead of any other power in handiness
that comparison would be a waste of
Professor R. W. Thatcher, head of the
department of agriculture in Washing
ton State College and director of the ex
periment station, has gone to Washing
ton, D.C., to attend the annual meeting
of the National Association of Agricul-
tural College and Experiment Stations.
i He will be absent five weeks and will visit
COLFAX GAZETTE, COLFAX, WASHINGTON, NOVEJVIBER 11, 1910.
a number of agricultural colleges and
experiment stations in the East and
Middle Vt'ent before returning.
The Pftloupe school board has decided
to establish domestic scitnee and tnanuul
trailing iv the Pehool? of the city. The
old frame school building will fitted
up for the purpose. For the remainder
of the present school year instruction
along these lines will be given weekly,
but it is intended to cftVr a regular
course in the^i* branches next year.
W. EL Widick brought to Gaitield last
Friday a sack of potatoes in which each
potato weighed two pounds. The pota
toen resembled the Burbank. These po
tatoes were raised without rainfall on
Mr. Widick's farm near Garfield.
The members of the Tekoa Christian
church have commenced the erection of
an addition on the east end of the
structure, to be used as a baptistry.
L. W. Robinson has sold the Pullman
flouring mills to J. A. Jones of Pullman
and O. A. Sanford of Colfax for $15,000.
Mr Rnbinnon is an extensive grain dealer
and owes a system of warehouses at
Lewiston and throughout the Camas
prairie district, aurl a large flouring mill
at Nei Perce, Idaho.
The ruah o? apples to the packing
bouse* continues unshared The large
house occupied by the Fruit Growers'
union at Garfield is congested almost be
PresidentTaft Names Thursday, No-
vtmbir 24, as the Day of Rsst.
President Taft'e Thanksgiving proc
lamation, issued the first of the week,
ie a reminder that the day for thanks
giving and praise and the holiday
season ie close at hand. The proclama
tion, in full, is below given:
'•This rear of 1910 is drawing to a
close. The records of population and
harvests, which are the index of progress,
show vigorous national growth and the
health and prosperous well being of our
communities throughout the laud and in
our possessions be.yond the seas. These
blessings have'not descended upon us in
restricted measure, but overflow and
abound. They are the blessings and
boanty of God.
"We continue to be at peace with the
rest of the world. In all essential mat
ters our relations with other people are
harmonious, with an ever growing reality
of friendliness and depth of recognition
of mutual dependence. It ie especially
to be noted that during the last year
great progress has been achieved in the
cause of arbitration and fht> peaceful
freftlement of international disputes.
"Now, therefore, I, William H. Taft,
president of the United States of America,
in accordance with the wie« custom of
the civil magistrates wince the first settle
meuts in this laud, and with the rule
entabiished.irom the foundation of this
uovernment, do appoint Thursday,
November 24, 1010, ac a day of national
thanksgiving and prayer, enjoining the
people upon that day to meet in their
churches for the praiee of Almighty
(Jod and to return heartfelt thanks to
him for all his goodness and loving
"In witness whereof, I have hereunto
set my hand and caused the seal of the
United States to be affixed.
"Done at the city ol Washington, this,
the sth day of November, in the y6ar of
our Lord 1910, and of the independence
of the United States the 135 th.
WILLIAM HOWARD TAFT.
"By the president—Alvee A. Adee, Act
ing Secretary of State."
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A well equipped restaurant in a
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OO3TT MI3S THIS
JUST CALL MAIN 541
Acme Dye Works
We clean, preee and repair all clothes
for Ladies and Gents.
The Gazette prints the news.
WE'VE sold some
alarm clocks in
our life but we've never
seen anything quite so
well built, quite so well
finished and quite so good
looking as Big Ben.
He is absolutely the fin
est sleepmeter made, the
first one we've felt like dis
playing in our window
alongside of cut glass and
This is the dock yen hare seea
adrertised in the bit uiatazißM
Shirkey & Glaser
Jewelers and Opticians
"At the Sign of the Street Clock.'.
Goods that have been under
water will not be sold to any
person without telling them
"W. H. Lacev
We Haul Everything
Reed, Kipley & Co.
Express and Draymen
Office at Ripley Pharmacy
Phone Main 11
Headquarters for the Citizens of Whitman County and the
M. J. MALONEY, Proprietor
Olir Prices may not be the lowest, bat we guarantee every article
Tho Bar connected with the hotel carries a fine line of imported and
domestic Wines, Liquors and Oigars. When you q<:t it at the Hotel
Oolfax you get the best produced in the markets of the world.
When you want to fiud your frienJa, go to the Hotel Colfax, the recognized
headquarters for everybody.
We have just purchased a first class steam power con
creter mixer, which insures a better job of mixing than can
possibly be done by hand and enables us to do any concrete
work more cheaply than by the hand proc
See us for cheap rates on Concrete Sidewalks, Building
Blocks, Cellars or Foundations.
Phone Black 173.
This is our new No. 8 mill, the most complete and up to date mill on the
market. Call and see it or send for catalog. CABLET BROGL, (,'olfax.
Hutchison's Art Studio
Picture Frames, Art Supplies
R. R. Hutchison, Commercial Photographer Endicott
The Ga*ette goes into the best homes in the Palouee country. Advertiser* cote