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News of Our Neighbors Related
by Gazette Writers.
The Woodmen of the World at Klber
ton will give a tmentertainaseni in their
ball Saturday evening, March 4. The
principal apeaker on tie program will be
Dopatj Bead Counsel Beakej of Spo
kane, who will deliver an address on
A short playlet,"Tbeßough Dianood,"
will b-put on and after the pin* Bbasket
fiupper will ond the program.
Qeonre V. Hume of Spokane whh in
town WpdneHdwy transacting business
and haniiH with old friendn.
I>. E. Hall waR laid up \n»t week with
blood poisoning, but ih better at thiw
Ira Long i* n bvafßCM vinitor at Spo
kane this wet k.
The roads nre hard to travel, in plnens
being entire'y bnre nnd in h hhort din
t'tnce, perhaps, piled hiuh with snow.
Neither sleighing dot wheeling in good.
C. Carey of Palouse visited his brother
Mr*. Anna Cram nnd children of Spo
kane visited her sister, lira, Ton (iriojeH,
Nearly every one at Huhbard, both
old and young, nr» either suffering or re
covering from an attack of luurippe.
Little Curtis, small son of Mr. and
Mrs. George Piiaat, has been quite sick.
Frank Nelson and Harry Lyons came
from W. S. C. and spent Sunday at
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Haydon gave a
Washington birthday dinner at their
home on Washington's birthday. A fine
time was reported by all present.
Mr and Mrs. O^den Carey entertained
about 50 young people at a Washington
birthday party on Wednesday evening,
February 22. The house was beauti
fully decorated with flags and the na
tional color". Dainty refreshments were
served. The party broke up at the wee
small hour of 2 o'clock, everybody re
porting a jolly good time.
Mr. and Mrs. George St. Peter enter
tained a number of young people at
their home Saturday evening, February
25, in honor of their son Bert, who is to
leave in a short time for bis homestead
near Tekoa. A tine time was declared
by all present. Mips Maude Che t 11
captured theprizt* in the guessingcontest.
The Uubbard Literary Society, which
has been going on all winter, will prob
ably adjourn with this (Friday) night's
session for the winter.
Mrs. Jumps Cole entertained h number
of friends at her home on Washington's
birthday. The evening passed very
pleasantly by the aid of music and pro
gressive games. Later in the evening
delicious refreshments were served.
The Knights of Pythias gave a dance
on Thursday evening which was largely
■Mended aud voted to be a social sue
The Circle gßve a cap Boeial nt Fra
ternity ball Saturday evening. The
program consisted of local talent under
the direction of the Misses Lenna Schell
and Gruel 1 Denstord. There was a large
David Gray Smith left Wednesday to
accept a position in one of the ship
yards in Seattle.
L. L. Nead's chop and feed mill burned
last Saturday eveniug. The fire had
gained such headway when discovered
that it could not be checked. The alarm
when given at Fraternity hall, where a
social was in progress, came near caus
ing a panic.
M. A. Sherman, Jr., left Monday for
Hot Lake, where he will spend a couple
The snow in fast disappearing. Hill—
eidee are becoming bare, and a faint
suggestion of spring is wafted to us.
The enow has furnished a number of
enjoyable good times this winter among
the young people. Sleighriding, coast
ing' and skating has been the chief
Local icemen have been harvesting the
ice crop this week. The quality averages
eight to ten inches.
A reception was held last Friday even
ing at the Christian church to welcome
new members into that organization. The
church wan packed with an enthusiastic
company, served during the evening with
The ladies of the M. E. church will
give a supper Friday evening, March 3,
in the lecture room of the church.
Every one invited to come.
Miss Bessie Jennings of Lewiston wae
visiting her mother, Mrs. Eliza Jennings,
the fore part of the week.
School election takes place Saturday,
March 4. The place of meeriug is at
High school building. The ladies of
Albion will turn out enjmasse to vote
for school director.
Dr. and Mrs. Clearwater have been
helping Mrs. Clearwater's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Patrick, in getting settled in
their home here in Albion. The old peo
ple moved here from Colfax last week.
The Woodman lodge of this place and
COLFAX GAZETTE, COLFAX, WASHINGTON, MARCH 3, !9li.
their friends to the number ofHHr». r» Hpent
an enjoyable evening on Tuesday of tbiß
week at a banquet held in one of the
rooms of the Hi«h school building. The
Woodmen and their invited guests par
took of an elaborate repair cooked and
served by Albion's oldest and bent chef,
II P. Massing. Nothing remains to be
said of the evening's entertainment, ex
cept the winheH of numerouri friends that
they may live to enj)j many more such
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT.
Whitman county vs Jeremiah Kelly
et ux — Set fur trial before a jury March
Charles Ni Newton v« Henna B Newton
—Order for »nit money, further hearing
oo order net for March 1".
J (i Slick et ux ve> Ernest Huffman-
Order that pltiin<;ff furnish cost bond
Jarue* E Hcilly vh Joe Thibbadeau—
Set for triiii .March 10 tit 10 o'clock a
John Wbealan vh H H Conover—Set
for triil March 2"> at 10 o'clock.
A \V Withers-poon vs I'alouse State
Bunk—Order allowing compromise.
Nellie V SranhVld vh F E Stantield—
Or free of divorce granted to the plainnfi
with custody of the minor child.
W A Qildersleve et al vs E B Cotteriil
— Hearing on order to nh;>w caune con
tinued to March 2 at 10 a. m.
E 2 Thnrher vh Robert Morin et ux—
Bond for attachment.
Tekoa State Bank vh A I Miller et al
—Order overruling motion to make more
definite and certain.
John Miller vs John Kortd—Case die
State vs William Bain—Set for trial
March 1(5 at 9 o'clock a. m.
State vs Emil Sparks—Passed over the
March term of jury and set for trial June
13 at 1:30 p. m.
State vs Horatio B Moses—Set for
trial March 13 at 1:30 p. m.
State vs Lester Blnne—Order extend
ing time for tiling brief a.
State ye Grant Cox—Dismissed on
motion of prosecuting attorney.
State vh H M Boone—Order directing
the substitution of certified copies of
mining stock in place of the original ex
State vh E Brannon—Continued to
March 8 at 10 o'clock.
State vs Lloyd Gordon—Continued to
March 8 at 10 o'clock.
Estate of Margaret Grady—Order fix
ine time for settlement of final account
Estate of J M Smith—Order to pay
money to heirs.
Estate of Samuel Jamison—Order to
sell personal property.to erect buildings,
to rent buildings and for monument.
Estate of Bennett Binnard—Will ad
mitted tn probate, Emma B'nnard and
Minnie Binnard appointed executrixes
Estate of Hattie F MeTierney—Wi!!
admitted to probate, John MeTierney
appointed pxpcutor without bonds
Estate of Nora B Wilson—Order ap
Estate of Razpn Oik?— Order appoint
inn E S Oaks administrator unnn his
giving bond in the sum of $2000.
Estate of James I> ifcConnell—Order
to prect building.
Estate of James Woodley—Order ap
Estate of Dwvid B Conrad—Order con
tinuing hearing for proof (if will.
E«tate of August H*rfpr—Will nd
mitted to prob »tp. Bprtha Hartpr ap
pointed executrix without bonds; order
appointing appraisprs and to publish
notice to creditors.
Guardianship of Rospnp B Westaeott
—Order appointing appmipprs
Estate of John Wesley Rice—Order
Estate of Lucy E Brown—Letters of nd
ministration issued to Samuel L Brown
Estate of Hattie F McTierney—Order
Bank of Farmington vs J E Drapfr
and H B Savage—Action to settle con
flicting claims as to property.
Henry Tipler ye Charles H Tipler— 'o
E J Thorbpr vs Robert Morin et ux—
Attachment for money due.
Colfax State Bank vs George and Dora
Middaueb—For money due.
M W Lewer vs John Biernot et ox-
Abstract of judgment.
John G Hardeety et ux vs F J Wilmer
—For money due.
A Fierce Night Alarm
is the hoarse, startling cough of a child
suddenly attneked by croup Often it
aroused Lewis Chamblin of Manchester,
0. (R. R No. 2), for tbeir four children
were greatly subject to croup. "Some
times in severe attack*.'" be wrote "we
were afraid they would die, but since we
proved what a certain remedy Dr. King's
New Discovery is, we hsve no fear We
rely on it for croup and for coughs
colds or any throat or lung trouble
So do thousands of others. So may
you Asthma, Hay Fever, La Grippe',
W hoopins: Cough, Hemorrhages fly be
fore it. 50c Rr.d $1.00. Trial bottle
free. Sold by ail druggists.
J. B. Brown sall ß the famous Aer
moter, the b^«t windmills in the world
Phone Red 1521.
Grandfather knows good whiskey and
since he was a boy HARPER has been
his choic«. It's good enough for me,
and for YOU too—in short it is the beet
-buy HARPER from J. C. Monaban.
ALL AROUND THE COUNTY
Pot Pourri of News Selected
Mostly From Exchanges.
The La Crowe Gun club defeat* d the
Pampa club Friday afternoon by neven
points, shooting i;S> out of 150 blue
rockn to P*ampa's 92. There wat. six
contestants oo each nde.
Local farmers and stock men have
petitioned ih» 0 -W. H & N. to put in a
corral, stork sftute and scales at Elber
ton so that live gtock can be shipped
with more c<»DvefjiHi>",-.
At the school election held at Lamont
Tboradaj of last week the question »,f
bonding the district for $20,000 to erect
a new school boose, the supportera of
r.Le bond is*ue won by a inw voten. A
total of lu2 votes weie c*;Bt\
The citizens of Qarfield have on foot a
determined more to establish a first clhsw
library and reading; room in that cify
It in tbe purpose to avail themselves of
the Carnegie fund.
At a meeting of Lt Ooshp Farmer»'
Union heid Saturauy afternoon the b
terior Warehouse Co.'g bid to furnish
Calcutta grain Hackn f. o. b. Port bind at
|6 22%fi hundred w tt e accepted. Thirty
five thousand prick* were ordered
A. J. Shobe and Wesley fsumgarEer,
promiuent farmers of La Croese,received
Saturday four Wyandotte coekere's aud
uu Indian game roosrer from Freeport,
Illinois. The five chickens cost |50.
John Neierfz will soon begin theerec:
tiou of a two-story concrete building at
M^ain and Second streets, La Grouse.
Maiden is enjoying a boom in real
estate. The Milwaukee Land Co. haw
sold 75 lots in the last three weeks and
many new homes are being erected.
Maiden will soon have a $16,000
hospital. The site has been selected for
Two dairies have been established
near Rosalia ; the Broadview, which
houses BUO cows, aud the Guernsey hav
C. A. Price, representing the Ford
Grain Co.of Spokane, Monday purchased
turee car loads of blue-stem aud forty
fold wheat at La Crosse to be t-hipped to
H. F. Ochs filed on a quarter section iv
William Patteruon's large ranch near
Wiuona Tuesday. The quarter is said
to contain about 120 acres of bottom
wheat land along the banks of Union
creek, Ochs refused $20 an ucre for it.
A car of lumber was unloaded at La
Crosse Tuesday to be used in the erection
of a hall at Dusty owned and occupitd
by the Farmers' union. The buiiciuy
will be 24x40 and have three rooms.
William Cummiugn, section foreman at
La Crosse, has received notice that bt
gfuuing March 1 all section men will be
obliged to work 10 hours a day.
A large force of men are buil ling a
fence and prepariuu ground for a small
park north of the W.-O R & N. depor
at La Crosse. The lawu will be irrigated
from the company's large 60,000 galloo
An Added Convenience.
The Western Union Telegraph Co
makes a further announcement of the
establishment on March. l*t of the "Day
Letter," the companion of the 'Wigl t
Letter." The night letter whs estab
lished one year ago. The day letter has
been made possible by the economical
aud efficient une of the telegraph com
pany's surplus facilities, when such facil
ities are not utilized by the more urgent
traffic. The inauguration of the day
letter service will be especially service
able upon the Pacific coast, where, be
cause of the diff-rence in time between
this territory and the east, business may
be consummated in one day where vow
two may be required. No doubt busi
ness houses will adjust themselves rap
idly to the new service, and the tele
graph company has endeavored to fort
see and provide for the new situation in
cident t© the simultaneous establish
ment of the day letter throughout the
United States upon a given date.
Aged Woman Passes Away.
Mrs. Ingberg Wigen, at the great age
of 90 years, died at the home of her son,
Jens Wigen near La Crosse, last Satur
day. Funeral services were held at
Selbu church, near La Crosee, Wednes
day, interment taking place in Selbu
cemetery. Mrs. Wigen came from Sar
gent, Minn., to Whitman county eight
jears ago. She is survived by three
sons and two daughters, George and
Jena Wigen of La Crosse, Peter Wigpn of
Seattle, Mrs Mary Gerrad of Minneap
olis, and Mrs. Betty Johnson of St. Paul.
Notice of Meeting.
Colfax Local of the Farmers' Union :
will meet regularly on the 2d and 4th !
Saturdays of each month at 1 o'clock in
the Workman hall.
Sam Lyons Presideut.
A. I). S Peroxide 'Team for rough
skin, 25c and 50e, at llipley's.
A epeeib'c for paiu—Dr. Thomas' Elec
trie Oil, strongest, cbeaueat liniment ever
devised. A huusehuld remedy in Amer
ica for 25 years.
Security Scock Remedied at Ripley'a
We are supplying the public with
THE BEST MEATS
Freeh, Salt or Smoked
If you are in doubt, then
follow the crowds to the
Phone Main 471
South End Grocery
will supply you with
all the choice things
ior your table
Prices are Economical
Highest market price
Call phone Main 41 and
the good service we have is
at your command.
Save your cash Coupons
TRY OUR NO, 66-1
Un Shuttle . „ .
Ml \«»Uo Supplies for all
HI „ f makes of
■■V Work machines
All machines are guaranteed
SINGER SEWING MACHINE
N. W. CAIKNS, Agent
Lippitt Building fOLFAX
Second hand machines for sale cheap
Piles! Piles! Piles!
Williams' Indian Pile Ointment will cure
Blind, Bleeding and Itching Piles. It ab
sorbs the tumors, allays itching at once,
arts as a poultice, gives instant relief.
Williams' Indian Pile Ointment is pre
pared for Piles and itrhine: of the private
parts. Drim^ists, mail 50c and $100.
WILLIAMS MFG. CO., Props., Cleveland, Ohio
For unit* Xt V. T. VlcCroskt jv'w drug store
J^Mlk^^V rst lowers and ■
j^~^^^^^ most luscious I
MmSW vpsretahles, plant the best Hi
g^gm seeds. Ferry's Seeds aro best fIH
OjDKm I'pcausfithey never fail In yield BBt
KjMKDJ or quality. The best panlen- mmKm
JHHI era ami farmers everywhere J^^Sf
BBT know Ferry's seeds to be the ?%'
■■ highest standard of quality .^Mr"^
B» yet attained. For sale ,^B?.v'
I ever}'where. «s| jg=^r
«H FERRY'S 1911 S«ed Annual
Free on request Jtttf&^
D. M. FERfiT 8 CO.. Jo^^
ARRO POULTRY YARDS
Pure Crystal White Orpingtonß—Kel
ler-Stress strain—ovcpllent layers. Eggs
for hatching, $2 50 per setting of 13.
N. V. ROWE
CARFirLD, - WASHINGTON
Colfax Meat Market
A. GERBER, Proprietor
FRESH AND CURED MEATS
POULTRY AND FISH
Oysters in Season
Hides and Pelts Bought
119 Mam Street Phone Main 101
Will store goods in brick warehouse,
corner Mill and Spring streets, on
first fl lor above flood danger; reason
able rates made on household goods,
merchandise, pianos, etc.
Greo. M. Baker, Mgr-
Phone Maici 1641
In Standard Old Line Company. <
H. E. FUNSTON \
ROSALIA - - WASHINGTON S
MARCH 10 TO APRIL 10
ST. LOUIS $32.00
ST. PAUL $25.00
Corresponding rates from all points
East of these rcrminiil point* to all
Tickers will he delivered to any nd
drPNrt hy mail or wjie on amount
bei?>ir deposited. If unused reload
madf in ful'.
M E.MAI ONE UK ) A WVLTON
Tray. Ptmft. -\st. Gen. Ag .
U Wall St.. Spokane.
TENNY ADV. CO. ?-«■ £«*
• Spcikaup, Wash
:«ep the Qasette on file aDd are !t+
airboriwd aizmta for ad\ertAa*tm*nh
Our stock of Cutlery it eludes
Table Wear, Carving Sets, Pocket
Knives, Razors, and many other articles.
The brand ot these goods is a
guarantee of their perfection
E. R. BARROLL
Dealer in Sloven. Hardware und Crockery.
LET US LIGHT YOUR HOWE WITH
GAS. SIM AXD BCOKOMICAL
and in our system the lights are as*convenient as electricity.
A slight pull of the chain and your light is on any time Call
and see this wonderful light in operation.
ELECTRIC FARM LIGHTING OUTFITS ANY SIZE
THE COLFAX ELECTRICAL SUPPLY CO.
Mf^Sp^ SQUIRRELS, SAGE RATS
M^^WmSh PRAIRIE DOGSMtDGOPHERS
A^'^^^^. |M jc| ARE ALL DESTROYED BY
M^W WOODLARK SQUIRREL FOISON
THE STANDARD OF THE WORLD
REQUIRES NO MIXING OR PREPARATION
ALWAYS READY FOR USE
NO OTHER IS SO GOOD NOR MADE WITH SUCH GREAT CARE
SUCCESSFULLY USED BY 50,000 GRAIN GROWERS IN 1910. WHEN YOU BUY, DEMAND THE BOT
GET THE -WOODLARK B.AND." MON EY BACK IF NOT AS CLAIMED
HOYT CHEMICAL CO., Portland. Oregon
My extreme diffidence and retiring deposition haH heretofore prevented me from
I y.a P erinr qualification, MM^octiooeri, hut as competitor, are
blt.wir.gf their horns off for bonnet*, it behooves me to blow too I(, vh n wJI
auctx.neerine ever sine* my neck h*« been an long an a tflnffe'a, during which time T
have sold honM ao'i cow- ei,ough to stock Buffalo Bill* imaginary rrund and oth/r
stuff that would fill all the warehouse* in riffht and never have heard IH t Sat
I did not charge him enough. My nati nality h German, my politico a MiS Tnrian
my re'unon h free thinker by nature a good blower. ,n personal appearance n Jrfeci
beauty, and can nell stock higher than any aeroplane that ever bwT 1W try
all other auctioneers first; if they let you down try me, I will hold you u o I w l7t
your business. 3 p> l Wdnt
21 Perkins Averuj". Tolfax, Wnbh. T QT'T* r^T»T^ t
Phone Red 811 JL. OIKOBEL.
svjx / 7*D
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. CARLKT BROS., ("olfax
tools For the Farmer, Gardener, Carpenter, tools
tools Blacksmith, Householder and Handy tools
tools Man. All wants can be supplied from tools
tools our big stock. too j s
SIMON DREIFUS & CO.
Corner Main and Wall Streets. Coltax, Wash.
The place where work is
done satisfactorily. All
kinds of work solicited.
TELEPHONE BLACK 521 AND
OUR WAGON WILL CALL
We may not be the cheap
est but we guarantee all
For Hiiy special b>>rnaiii in
I huve a buyer. Monoy to loan in lartr«
or pma!l amountH.
Rl< HAKI> 11. Kt:i2»
102 Mnin S« Tolfnx, W«(ah.
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