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Mostly From Exchanges.
The debate held in the High Bchool
building at I'niontown Friday by etu
dentßof thellth grade whs well attended.
The subject wan: "Are athletics bene
ficial to school and college life " Law
rence Hattrup and Otto Taufen took the
affirmative, while John Weberand Albeit
Herbotfa debated the negative. The
judges were School Director H. W. Hoefer,
Postmaster Michael Reiseuauer nnd Ed
itor J. J. Sullivan. The negative won.
The Royal Neighbors of America in
stalled tlie following officers at Tekoa
last Friday eight: Urucie, Emma Mas
termari; vice oracle, Leona Vohh; chan
cellor, Olive Bledsoe; recorder, Estella
Trosper; marshal, Myrtle Lack; receiver,
Anua Lnrio; three-year manager, Maud
WillianiH ; one year manager, Hannah
McCrocken: inner Hentinel, Frank Mas
terrunn; outer sentinel, George Mortlock.
The Farmer*' Doioo at Uniontown last
week elected the following officer**: Henry
Kchlader, president ; .1 V Mayr, vice
president ; William Mayer, eecretary
trenaurer ; Michael Mayer, doorkeeper ;
J,l Welle, conductor. Executive officers:
W T Shirred, John McKay and A J
The boy scout movement ip receiving
attention at Oakesdale, 15 being enlisted
For the last few month** there has been
a dearth of houses to rent at Tekoa. At
no time in 1910 was there a house empty
long at a time.
Fred Scboeß, a young German farmer
of La Oosse, is hauling cement for a
concrete reservoir on his farm 10x16
feet, with a capacity of 10,000 gallons.
Alfred and August Perrenoud, Swiss
farmers of La Crosse, shipped there last
week a carload of 25 milch cows pur
chased from V B. Harris of Lance Hills,
four miles south of Cheney. The pur
chase price was $1550,
The Endicott High scbool_basket ball
team was defeated by the Moscow Busi
ness College team Friday evening at En
dicott in the best played game of the
season by a score of 19 to 20.; The
visitors threw nine baskets from the
field, while the home team made six field
baskets. The same two teams played
here Friday evening and the game was
won by the Endicott team, *core 17 to
16. In that game both teams threw six
The Pullman High school basket .ball
team Friday night defeated the Palouse
High school team at the college gymna-
Bium in a game replete with sensational
plays, the score being 11 to 9.
Work on the Milwaukee tunnel near
Rosalia, which is being "day lighted," is
progressing rapidly. The tunnel has
been wired and the entire hill as well is
lighted up by means of large arc lamps
and polished reflaetor*. Two donkey
enginert and 'JO cars are being employed
to transport the dirt from the hill to the
nearby trestle, which is being filled in.j
The Ladies of the Maccabees at Pa
louee have installed tbe following officers
for the coming year: Libbie Bloom,
commander; Sattie Cox, lieutenant com
mander; Minnie fttoaer, chaplain; Jennie
Madsea, R X; Minnie Albrecbt, F A; Ena
Fisher, L A ; Euielia Bohn, sergeant;
OUie Wihox, seutinel ; Mary Saylor,
picket; Mary Fisher, C G; Mary Flint,
0 U; EJith Fraser, first C B; Emma
Urady, second C B.
H. E. Uoldsworthy and wife are visit
iug in Rosalia. Mr. Uoldsworthy in
superintendent of the farming interests
of the Bohnstadt Land Co. at Sterling,
Alberta. He nays that they farm 4000
acres of land there with one horse. All
is done with gasoline. He was formerly
superintendent of the Broadview dairy
Mrs. Frances Reiuiger, whose homo is
in the south part of town, was the first
woman to register in Palouse.
The telephone company at Rosalia has
had a most successful year, net profits
being about $2800. it was only about
eight years ago that the company was
started with about 50 patrons, now it
has branched out into both Whitman
and Spokane counties and serves about
600 families. There are now 178 private
L. E. Carter, formerly landlord of the
Hotel Carter at Garfield, has bought a
hotel property at Quiney.and is packing
his household goods preparatory to re
moving his family to the new location.
T. E. Landers, a prominent farmer of
Lone Pin*>, east of Tekoa, has sold bis
1910 wheat crop, amounting to 3000
bushels, to I. S. Wood*, local manager
of .the Northern Grain ft Warehouse Co.,
for G"i cents a bushel.
Harry Bell of Rosalia, who bought the
lease on a section east of Tekoa formerly
owned by E. G. Stonebraker, is moving
his family on the land and getting ready
for spring work.
Two cars of fat cattle were shipped
from Winona to Spokane Monday morn
ing by Shattuek & Hughes.
In Rosalia liquor licenses are to be
granted only to a hotel barroom, and it
makes requirements for such hotel, de
fining the size, construction and kind of
building in which liquor may be sold.
COLFAX GAZETTE, COLFAX, WASHINGTON, FEBRUARY a, 1911.
The town has been dry for a year. At
present there is no hotel in Rosalia that
could obtain a license under this ordi
nance. Lee & Mondel are making prepnr
tions to build one; they have applied for
At a meeting of the Union Sunday
school at Winoua last Sunday officers
were elected as follows: Superintendent,
C. H. Ede ; assistant superintendent,
Guy Hughes; secretary treasurer, R. A.
BIG SPECIAL RIFLE MATCH
Ireland and Mcßride Against Spo-
kane Team for Points.
The proposed rifla match bstween
Whitney and Merger of the Spokane team
and Ireland of Colfax and lie Bride tit
Moscow, for $500 a fide, is creatiag con
siderable talk among gun men. The
men of both teams are known to be
good shots and at the coming match
wifl shoot their best. The Chronicle ban
this to Buy of the men and of the com
"The biggest special rifle match ever
shot by members of the Spokune Rifle *fc
Revolver Club will take plicenext month
when Berger aud Whitney of the local
club meet Ireland of Colfax and Mcßrid^
"The conditions of the match call for
five strings of 10 shots each with muzzle
rest at 50 yards. Auy eights can be
used except the telescope. The match
will be for a tide bet of $500.
"Whitney of the Spokane team is one
of the best known r fle shots in the state,
and if he in shooting to form he.will be
a hard ninn to beat out of high score in
the coming match.
"Berger is now a member of the Spo
kane club, but he not only has been do
ing great work since he started shooting
o*er the local range, but has thedistine
tion of having won the championship in
the Doited States rifle league with a score
of 235 out of a possible 250.
"There are a number of the members
of the Spokane club who are willing, to
shoot the out-of-town team. Frank
Fromm, winner of a number of cham
pionships, and Wilburn would mak« a
hard combination to beat.
"Ireland has been doing great work
over the Colfax range this season and
has the reputation of being one of the
best shots in the Inland Empire, Mcßride
is the crack shot of the Moscow club and
the team is a hard one to b aat."
The coyotes in the Hooper country
are getting troublesome, says G. W.
Gildersleeve, who lives on the Palouse
river in Whitman county. He pays it in
not an unusual thing to see eight to ten
of these animals in a bunch, roaming
over the hills, and upon one occasion he
saw eleven. A man employed by Mr.
Gildersleeve says that he saw 22 in one
Mr. Gildersleeve has stopped sending
his children to school for fear that the
hungry animals would attack them
while going to and from the'school
Last week a small boy of a family by
the name of Kuox, living near Hooper,
came near being attacked by three of
these animals while playing around the
farm. The boy was trying to shoot
them with an air gun, and followed them
distance from the house, the coy
otes keeping a short distance from him.
When he started to return to the house
the animals followed him. Mrs. Knox
missed the little fellow and began a
search. She discovered the coyotes fol
lowing close behind the child and rushed
to his rescue. She says sh" believer the
animals were about to attack him as
she had to resort to rocks to keep them
Quarter Section Brings $16,000.
The Review of last Friday mentions
the fact that the., Railway Land & Im
provement Co. has sold its holdings,
comprining about 100 acres of improved
laud adjoiuiug Spring Valley Junction,
for $IG,UOO. The Nnd nud improve
ments were purchased by W. W. Kirk.
The tract adjoins the two lines of the
Inland Empire system at the junction of
the Colfux and Moscow branches. Part
of the laud abuts the warehouse district
of Spring Valley Junction aud one cor
ner of the land is improved with a house
and good barn. It is adapted to gen
eral farming and fruit growing. Mr.
Kirk purchased the property for a home.
Patients at Hot Lake Sanatorium
Secure Permanent Relief.
One of the many good and sufficient
reasons why the Hot Lake Sanatorium
enjoys such constantly increasing; pat
ronage is that the patienrs secureVctual
results. The cures aud relief afforded
them there is permanent There is a
reason for this. The equipment for
finding out the nature of the ailment
aud for effecting the cure v absolutely
complete, and the patient is constantly
under the direct care nmi supervision of
an expert physician. Tae baths are ad
ministered with recard to personal need
of the patient. The diet is regulated
with reference to individual requirements.
In fact the patient's every action is regu
lnted by medical experts. The Hot Like
Sanatorium is accessible to all. as it is
directly on the main line of the O -W. R
t X. railway and special excursion rates
are always obtainable from all agents
Write today for free booklet. Hot Lake
Sanatorium, Hot Lake, Oreeon.
Baby won't suffer five minutes with
croup if you apply Dr. Thomas' Electric
Oil at once. It acts like magic
THE LAND OF
No. 1212.—Primal Acrostic.
All the words described contain the
same number of letters. When these
are rightly guessed the initials will
spell something we could not well do
1. T<> wish happiness to.
2. To command.
3. a large body of water.
4. The sound of a bell.
~>. T.> cover from iiurln.
The answer to this riddle queer
I'm very sure you often hear.
and platform, clear and
It seems to soar ai ove the sky.
Until my whole y >u'd scan ely call
My first my secon 1, aft i all.
Of my first no man 1 itv o,
V'-i cvi i :. on<
• ■ ■ ■ •' in do
And can't be 1 fi undone.
My second holds for all a charm
Not found in si ress i >>■ toil.
And ii : ioil.
first a boy i lay be or make,
Bul wear It scar
His sister it will g]
Though v, hen nd, never.
My whole fir br< •.. ■
very little maiden
Such breads somi day be making.
*** nv.<\ children come ( • me
***** to V j ew i\ u , chimpana c,
***** tigers, lions wild,
*** there any that are mild?
**** an>l gray old pachyderms,
— so large and trunk that squirms
•** and llama, orang-utan,
***** of primeval man;
•*• and parrot, pelican.
No. 1215.—Hidden Colors.
The top of the flower was light, the
The bulb Luella planted bloomed.
I liked the diamond pin Karl wore.
I covered the scar Letty had with
When 1 sounded the gong Ray came
No. 1216.—Zigzag Puzzle.
This zigzag contains nine words of
five letters each, if the words are
rightly guessed and written one below
another in correct order their zigzac
letters, .beginning with the upper Il.'
hand letter and ending with t lie lower
loft hand letter, will spell the name of
Bomething we all enjoy of a morning.
The cress words are: 1. One who
makes bread and cake. 2. Thai which
Is often competed for. '■*>. A company
of ships. 4. Small, annoying Insects.
5. A name often applied to a man of
idle hahits. 6. Things belonging to a
horse. 7. A most vital part of our
anatomy. S. Something always to be
found after a tire. !i. Part of the hand.
No. 1217.—Pudding Puzzle.
/ <s^s -&■-J VH THE3HERIFK."
/s^Y c-^y*w| SEE THIS STAK
I / RIIMK f I'M A J
I / /MLLORE
What kinds of pudding are pictured?
No. 1218.—Anagram Spelling Lesson.
In each of these examples the prob
lem is t'i arrange the grouped letters
so that they will form a word agree
ing with the accompanying definition:
1. Tuliipaniil. Very small.
2. Tenntoopmi. Ail powerful.
?>. Missuupocor. .Mixed u;>.
4. Smeetutsoup. Turbulent
5. Xigoreeephral. Author of a dic
6. Tascootnillne. A group of stars.
No. 1219.—Mystic Ants.
This labors fur you <liy >>r night;
This spoils your slumbers swe^t;
This one's oblique, while this one shows
The beggar of the street.
This next one rung away from school,
And this gives melody,
And this, imperious, claims a throne;
This last, a deputy.
Key to Puzziedom.
Xo. 1204.—Charade: Organ, dies, or
No. 120.",.- ices For Many: 1. Justice.
2. Surplice. 3. Practice. 4. Denti
frice. .". Office. 6. B< dice. 7. Avarice.
8. Dice. 9. Rice. 10. Mice.
No. 120 Q- Beheadings: St-arch,stale,
No. 1207.—Numerical Enigma: Eliza
beth Barrett Browning. Words:
Brown, rat, health, i-in^r. zebra, big,
No. 1208.—Concealed Word Square:
Estate, stamen, talent, amende, ten
No. 1209. — Pictured Word: Main
No. 1210. — Riddle: Letters of tlie
No. 1211.—Hidden Stones: 1. Pearl.
South End Grocery
will supply you with
all the choice things
for your table
Prices are Economical
Highest market price
Call phone Main 41 and
the trood (service we have is
at your command.
Save your cash Coupons
■ The confidence felt by farmers and ■
■ gardeners in Ferry's Seeds to-day ■
■ would have been impossible to feel xw^^^^k
■ any seeds two score of years^^^^^^^^B
■ ago. We have made a^^^^^%f4|^H
■ science of seed^'^lL
always do ■
s^4^^^^^ exactly what you I
|^^^^ expect of them. For sale ■
O^F^ everywhere. FEKSY'S 1911 SEED ■
■ AMNBAL Free on request.
\ P.M. FERKY<hCO.,D«twm,lwlch.l
TRY OUR NO. 66-1
m Shuttle B .. . „
All maebinet) are guaranteed
SINGER SEWIKC MACHINE
N. W.CAIKNS, Agent
Lippitt Builfiin«r fOLFAX
Second hand machines for sale cheap
AND OTHER ILLS OF THE BODY
(The House of Efficiency)
Hot Lake, Oregon
Eailroad & Navigation
Belle rouud rriy ticket*, good for
three months, allowing $0.00 worth
of accommodation at the Sanator
ium, at Portland uud all 0.-W. R £
For further information and i!lu«
trated book'et. addreas !)r W. T.
Phy, Medical Supt. and Mtrr., Hot
Lake, Oregon, ivy 0.-W. R. & N
Ajient, or wrirp to
Geiieral Passenger Agent
PORTLAND, - OREGON
@THE AFTERvo ON
ARRIVES IN SPOKANE
Between 6 and 7pm, giving time
for pupper and mnkinsj
CLOSE CONNECTIONS EAST
TO ALL COAST POINTS
fi. N\, N. P. and 8. P. & S. Trains
Ask Inland Agent
for through tickets to all points
East or West.
gjgjjnsn the new way-
JTy^ al B| You don't need a smoke
WW 'J J house. Apply WRIGHT'S
Kf—<4i JbKw *rg two coats- whif-'h wiU
fyV/^^^«^ impart the rich aroma
mmatamLm^maM and delicate flavor of
hickory smoke to the meat, keeping it
sound, sweet and insect free indefinitely.
Sold for 14 years all over U. S. and Can
ada. Get the genuine. Fully Guaran
teed. Sold only in square quart bottles
with metal cap. Ask your druggist for
'•Wright"s Smoke". Made onl^ t»y
E. H. WRIGHT CO., Kan.a." City, Mo.
Sold and Guaranteed by
HAHILTOX DRUG CO.
In Standard Old Line Company.
H. E. FUNSTON
ROSALI4 - - WASHINGTON
This beautiful TWIN TABLE will be sold
at a large reduction for cash.
Many other lines of Furniture will i»*o
at small prices for cash.
We ask you to call and examine our line of
before buying elsewhere.
All goods gnaranteed to be as represented or money
O. V. BRYSON
Buy O 2/
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Mb in - ■■' ■ ■ * -*ft 'a* —
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Til l"l C^¥ O 'i Hot^oi/f' «P^> 0>
FOR MEN, WOMEN l^lfe
AND CHILDREN. J^a;f^
The Whitehouse Clothing Co.
< ;>llax, - Wasliiugtoii
COLFAX PLUMBING CO.
We have taken over the plumbing business of E. R.
Barroll and are prepared to do
Plumbing, Heating and Sheet Metal Work
When in need of work give us a call
Shop in rear of Barroll's hardware store. Phone Main 741.
There is a line here that will make
the housewife smile, and such a va
riety oi wares to select from. Call
and look them over anyway.
E. R. BARROLL
Headquarters for Heating Stoves and Ranges.
ROLLS i& 01AM /^
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. CARLKY BROS.. ( olfax.
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