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*ML SOEBF GOLFAX
Thursday night of last week the Re
hekahs fntertained member* of the Odd
Fellows' lodge and the Canton at a
aerial in the lodge hall. Harry Sanders
favored tkOM present with a r»citation,
while Wm Clarice Sanders furnished
niuffic. Five hundred engaged the at
tent inn of many, Fred R«dgeru and Miss
Lulu liHrth carrying off the honors.
\V X Anderson and Mrs. James Clark
uot tliecoiiHolation prixe. Refreshments
pgreMrved, and a most enjoyable time
ended by tripping the light fantastic toe
Bridge Whist Party.
Mr*. 1.. D. Woodward entertained a
party <<f l'» lariies Tuesday afternoon
On the arrivhl of the guests at 2 o'clock
refrtchmentK wt-re served, after which the
afternoon whs devoted to bridge, Mrs
Charles E. Seriber winning the pnz« for
the largest KOn, The rooms were dec
orated with carnations.
Dr. and Mrs. Mitchell Entertain.
Ou Itoodaj evening Dr. and Mre. W.
A. Mitchell entertained a small party of
friend* in honor of Mr. and Mrs. O;lie
Cooper. The pame of 500 was the
amuH^nipnt for the evening, and at the
conclusion of the game the individual
(■vv^rt of husband and wife were added
*tbw, when Dr. and Mrs. A. E. Scuht
announced to be the winners. Re
tnf.bnwiit* were served and a pleasant
Mr. and Mrs. Hess Entertain.
Mr. and Mrs C. W. liess entertained
20 of their friends Friday evening at a
f>oo party, Mrs. Edwin C. Baird and
William Dietz winning the honors of the
iTeoing at the game. The event was in
honor of Miss Moore of Spokane. De
licious refreshments were served, after
which an informal musical was given
and the evening was a most enjoyable
The Aloha Club.
Mrs. Ed Armstrong entertained the
Aloha Club yesterday afternoon, there
being a goodly number of ladies present
The time was pleasantly spent in needle
work, yesterday being the meeting day
«*>t apart exclusively for the ladies. With
do men around to bother the ladies they
thow their deftness with the needle.
The Wesleyau (iuild of the Methodist
church held an all-day meet Tuursday of
last week at the home of Mrs. Charles L
Chamberlin, enjoying a New Eng
land dinner, consisting of Boston baked
beans and brown bread. About 20
ladies were present. The time was spent
iv sewing for the Easter sale, the pro
ceednot which will go to the building
tjfaiol the church.
Out After Pointers.
M. A. Sherman and Hugh Eaton,
members of the school board of Endi
cott, were in Colfax Monday inspecting
our new High school building, the gen
tlemen getting pointers for the $25,000
school building soon to be erected at
Eudicott. Last week the electors of
Eudicott, by practically a unauiuiou.
vute, decided to bond the district for
$25,000, thus insuring an up-to-datt
The Grissen Concert.
The coucert given by the t'arl Urissen
I'uucert Company at the \\. E. church
Wednesday evening was well atteuded,
tbe goiuj; to the building fuuu
of the church. Mr. Uriosen is an artiK-t
ou the violin aad Muie. Evlyn, colaia
tura soprano, posei-nseri a voice of cul
•ure, power aud «weetuerts. Itie rendi
tiouß were all clascica!. The concert was
greatly enjoyed und fully appreciated.
Marriage Itcnimmi have been issued by
the county Huaitor to the following:
August Eckert and Amelia Juhne,
both of Coltou.
John L. Oison of Tekoa aud Helen L
<jifford of Rosalia.
lQuuii(< \V. Hammond and Bertha
E'li», both of Pulimau.
Mt^AiuL. Stone of St. Joe, Idau ,
. IJfcJls. Frances A. Duucan of Spokane.
for Wife Beating.
Charles Stone ot Pullman wan placed
under arrest in Coliax Wednesday.
<~ooiplaiat was lodged against Stone in
Pullman in the justice's office charging
nun with wife beating. Constable Hill
of Pullman came down Wednesday even
;ujj tind took charge of Stone. We did
not learn the outcome of the case.
Auditor's Office Reports Cash Daily.
County Auditor MeCroakey commenced
Wednesday, the Ist, carrying out the
caau priuciple in his office. He reports
at the e-.ose of each day and hands over
to the treasurer the cash in his keeping.
It ie the correct thing to do.
Divorce Asked For.
Kate L. Nolan tiled complaint in the
superior court lor divorce lrom her
husband, L. E. Nolan. Abandonment
*nd coL-'Upport is charged. His wbert
&bout« ir» unknown. They were married
Basket Ball Tonight.
The Colfax Athletic Club will play
basket ball this (Friday) evening with
the Endicott Athletic Club at the High
gym. A hot contest may be
COLFAX GAZETTE, COLFAX, WASHINGTON^ MARCH 3, ipm
M. E. CHURCH RALLY.
Definite Step, to Be Taken Toward
Church Building Enterprise.
On Sunday morning, March 5, at the
M. X chnrrh. will be bcld a church rail/
R»v Will BHta, paator of the First M
E chuich of Spokane, will prea«h, and
m. i I
definite steps taken toward the church
building pnterprisn. All members and
friptid* are urgpd to he preseut
Dr. BeCtoifl one of the bent pulpit
ontora to the Northwest, nu<l whh for
six years pustor of the Ureest Methodist
church in California. The public is cor
WAX'S HIGH SCHOOL
Endicott Meets Its Waterloo.
The Boys' Brigade of Eadicott was
defeated by the Boy Scouts of Colfax in
a hotly contested game. In the previous
game the Colfax boys were beaten
badly, but this time they succeeded in
turning the tables, the score being 23 to
12 The Scouts won an oyster supper
for their hard playing and by defeating
Endicott. The Endicott team was ar
ranged as follows: liight forward, Dab
ney; left forward, Daubert; center for
ward, Lust. Right guard, McKay; left
guard, Weitz; center guard, Miller.
The Departmental girls defeated the
Freshmen girls Friday night by a score
of 10 to 0. The game was rather slow,
the girls not playiDg fast ball until the
last few minutes of the game.
An Enjoyable Dance.
The boys of the Colfax High school
gave a dauce at the Armory Saturday
night. A pleasant evening was spent in
dancing. It is the intention of the boys
to give a dance once a month.
Red Rnaaian $ .60
Club and hybrid 62
Forty fold 65
Turkey Ked 62
Feed barley, per hundred 90
Brewing barley 1 00
Oata, per Hundred 1.10
A Fine Uniform.
City Marshal Diiiley is the owner in
fee simple of a brand new uniform, which
gets off his magnificent avordunois in
fine style. Since the Bingvillp purty
Dailey is the latest center of attraction.
William L Stone, late of St. J< c
Llahn, ard Mrs. Franr<?s A. Doncan of
Spokane were married in Colfax March 2
by Rev. Geo. H. Nt*wniHn. Mr. and Mm.
Stone intend making Colfnx their home.
Saloons Remove Screens.
The saloons in Colfax have removed
screens and partitions to comply with
the law, so it is understood, to the satis
faction of the authorities.
Rastus and His Raz~er.
"You are charged with carrying n
razor." said the magistrate. "What
have you to sa\ ':"
'T.nt hit's a safety razzer," pleaded
"What difference does that make?"
the court asked.
"Well, yo" hono.' a safety razzer am
carried only fo' de moral effect."
A Fair Proposition.
"But" the patient exclaimed, "your
advertisement said 'no cure, no pay. 1 "
"I shall cure you," the doctor replied,
"if you only will be patient and give
"Very well. I will pay you if you
will be patient and give me time. When
shall I call again V—Chicago Record-
Try to secure some part of each day
for meditation. Apart from men we
can look ourselves more* honestly In
the face, lift up our hearts to <;<>.! and
rive our panting lives a chance.—
Had the Appearance.
Mistress (proudly) — My husband.
Bridget. Is •> colonel in the militia.
Bridget—l thought as much, ma'am.
Sure, it's rli' folnc* malicious l<»>k he
has, ma'am.—St. Lovfe Times.
A cppci6c for pain—Dr. Thomas' Elec
tric OH, strongest, cheapest liniment ever
devised. A household remedy in Amer
ica for 25 years.
PERSONAL NEWS ITEMS
K. A. Privett and George W. Perrin< P
C.jlfaxireH, regist»rH<J nt the hotels Ar
liogton and Bt. Nicholas, Spokane, the
list of last week.
John Powell and wife of Endicott
''pent Sundny iv Colfax under the par
Mit-s Helen Jnmes has accepted a pc
-irion in a miliinery store in Axtoria,
Oregon, nod will scon go there to remain.
Minn Irene Moore, who came down
from Spokane to enjoy a visit with old
time tilicmns ia Colfax, returned to her
Churley Schul'z left Monday for Har
riHori. Idaho, it deing his purpose to file
on a homestead near that place.
Arthur Rtap!eton will leave soon for
\Veis< r, [daho, where he has purchased
an interest ia n mercantile eerablish
ment, the outlook bearing a roseate hu; j.
\V L. Dillon, recently from the Alberta
country, whs at the county epat Mon
day. H** h>»s located ou a farm near
Sepfoe. Whpn he left Albarta it was
65 <i"ime3 below z jro, too cold, he said,
to suit his feelirgs.
Attorneys VV E. McGroskey and G. A.
Weldon of l'alouse were among those
who attended the bacquet of the Whit
mun County Bar Ansociation in this city
W. E L'lwson, a well to-do farmer
living a few miles north of Pullman,
was attending to business at the county
seat Momlny. Mr. Lawnon says the
ouiiook for bumper cropn in his part ot
Whitman county never looked brighter.
Ollie Cooper left Colfax Wednesday for
Maiden where he hae taken a position in
the train service of the Milwaukee rail
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Carter returned
Monday from a six weeks' visit to the
Sound and Portland.
Mrp. J. B. Holt of Pullman came to
Colfax Wednesday for a few days' visit
with Mrs. A. E. Stuht.
Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Hamilton returned
to their home in Coeur d'Alene Sunday,
afier several days' visit here.
Gus Hess spent Sunday with his
parents, returning to Spokane Monday.
Miss Uenevieve Codd, after a visit with
friends in Colfax, returned to Spokane
Edward S. Chase of Portland, who
whs an 1871 pioneer of the Palouse
country, and hauled in the lumber for
the first sawmill erected here, has been
visiting his brother, Marshall Chase,
during the wtek.
Miss Grace Wright and Miss Eima
Martin visited in Spokane this week.
Mrs. Charles E. Scriber and little girl
left yesterday for the homestead in
Stevens county, after visiting several
days with relatives and friends.
A. L Hill of Viola, Idaho, is spending
h few days this week with friends and
relatives in Colfax.
L. L. Roberts, former deputy sheriff,
who resigned to take up a homestead on
the Cover d'Alene reservation, was at
tending to business in Colfux Tuesday.
Miss Grace Wright, a cousin of James
Martin, who has been visiting several
weeks in Colfax at the Martin home, re
turned to her home in California Wednes
day. Mrs. Martin went with her on the
journey as far as Walla Walla, where
she will sojourn with friends for a few
Misses Elizabeth aDd Clara Meyers
were visiting in Spokane last week.
Beauty and the Beast.
A well known churchman was visit-
Ing New York, accompanied by his
wife, who is as beautiful as her life
mate is homely. They were walking
down Broadway one afternoon, and
the pair attracted much attention.
One of two young "sports." evidently
thinking to attract the favorable at
tention of ihe churchman's wife, in an
audible aside remarked that it was
another case of "the beauty and the
beast." Quick as a wink the husband
turned and. as he swun^ his right t;>
the s;>eaker's jaw. scoring a. knockout,
said, "I am a man of peace, but 1 nev
er allow any oue to call my wife a
Solitude is dangerous to reason with
out beins favorable to virtue. Pleas
ures of some sort are necessary to the
intellectual as to the corporal health,
and those who resist payety will be
likely for the most part to fall a sac
rifice to appetite, for the solicitations
of sense are always at hand, and a
dram to a vacant and solitary person
is a speedy and seducing relief. Re
member that the solitary person is cer
tainly luxurious, probably supersti
tious and possibly mad. The mind
stagnates for want of employment and
is extinguished, like a candle in foul
Early showing in Spring Millinery at
Mrs. E E. Moore's. Friday and Satu -
day, March 3 and 4.
Live Stock Wanted.
I am in the market to buy hogs and
ctittle and will pay the highest market
pricp. Will be in Colfax Friday and
Saturday of each week at the Hotel
Colfux. Either write or phone.
A. J. LoGSSOH
Dyspppsia is our national ailment
Burdock Blood Bitters ie the national
cure for it. It strengthens stomach
membranes, promotes flow of digestive
juices, purifies the blood, builds you up.
Makes the most nutri
tious food and the most
dainty and delicious.
The only Baking Powder made
from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar
No fussing or fretting over
the biscuit-making. Royal
is the aid to many a
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Pity Son of Millionaire;
Envy Son of Poor Man.
By ANDREW CAUNEGIE.
/S lienrt goes out in sympathy f<»r the sons «>f millionaires. I*
IV 1 WES The SON °F POOR PARENTS who realized what a
I -». father's and a mother's love was and who had to toil hard
' for all ho got, who was the HOY TO BE ENVIED.
I have worked in cellars and fired engines, and so 1 am able to lift
my hands and Bay truthfully, "Behold those horny hands of toil."
HOW I PITY THE SON OF A MILLIONAIRE. HE DOES NOT
KNOW WHAT FATHER AND MOTHER MEAN. IT 13 THE POOR
BOY WHO KAS HIS FATHER AND HIS MOTHER AS HIS GUIDES
AND INSPIRATION, THE SON OF THE WASHERWOMAN, OF THE
SCRUBWOMAN, WHO REALIZES AND APPRECIATES ALL THAT
HIS MOTHER HAS DONE FOR HIM. THAT IS THE BOY WHO WILL
If I had my choice I WOULD BE THE POOR BOY and kno,v
what a father and mother moan and not the millionaire's son who does
The boy horn of poor parents must work if he expects success in
this world, and by the time he has gained what he sought his experi
ence has made a man of him.
AMONG THE CHURCHES.
Good Samaritan Episcopal church.
Rev. J. G. Robinson, rector—Evening ser
vice at 7 p m. Sunday school at 12 m.
Young men's bible class. G:3O p. m.
Morning service with holy communion
11 a m. Sunday ecnool 12 m.
Christian church. Rev. W. A Digurins,
pastor—Sunday school at 10 a. m.
Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
G B. at 6:30 p m. Prayer meeting
every Wednesday evening at 7:30.
At the Christian church morning sab
ject will br: "What Viunt I Do to Be
Lost." Evening subject: " The Three
Religions," illustrated by chart.
A series of gospel meetings, beginning
Thursday evening, March 5), will be held
io tue Christian church, and will con
tinue indefinitely. The pubjeet for Tours
ihiy evening will be: "Enthusiasm for
Humanity." R^v, R. E. Jope of Gar
h'eld will conduct these meetings.
Congregational church, Rev. J. Her
bert Bainton, pastor—Services at 11 a.
na. and 7:30 p. m. Sunday school at 10
a. in. Christian Endeavor at 0:80 d. tn.
The usual services will be held in the
Presbyrerian edifice, near the old High
school. Pastor will preach. Subjects.
"The Milk of Human Kindness and
"'Crossing the Rubicon " At the evening
service Mrs. W. .1. *Vindus will sing a
solo. At the morning service a special
follection will be received for The China
Baptist church.—Rev. T J. Collins of
Spokane will occupy the pulpit at the
Biptist church Sunday, preaching morn
ing and evening.
First Methodist Episcopal church, Rev.
N. M. Jones, pastor—Regular services
at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p.m. Sunday
school at 10 a. m. Epworth League
6:30 p m. Rpgular prayer meeting
every Wednesday night.
Regular services at the chapel of the
Church of God will be held during the
winter ac follows: Sunday school at 10
a. no., preaching services at 11 a. m. and
7 p m. on Sunday. Prayer meeting at
7:30 p. m. on Thursdays.
German Lutheran church, supplied by
Rev. Aug. Tr. Graebener—Preaching ser
vice every 2d and 4th Sunday. Religious
instruction every 2d and 4th Saturday
afternoon. Sunday school every Sun
day from 9 to 10. Service commences
at "10 o'clock. Everybody cordially in
North Colfax Methodic Episcopal
Church— Sunday school at 2:30 p. m.
Preaching service at 3:30 p. m.
Christian Science services in the church
edifice every Sunday at 11 a. m. and
Wednesday at 7:30 p. m
The Colfax Nursery offers for spring
planting first class non irrigated apples,
cherries, peach, pear, plum und prune
trees, grapevines, some Iroees and other
t-hrubbery. Early orders will be appre
ciated. Geo. Fuedy.
Notice to Taxpayers.
Under the provisions of a law just
enacted by the legislature and now in
full force and effect, by the action of an
emergency clause, all personal property
taxes not paid by the 15th day of
March succeeding the levy of taxes must
b^ listed by the county trpi>sune<- and
handed to the county sheriff for collec
tion. The sheriff is authorized to collect
imm* >di <'*'»'lv nnii hy distraint, if neeei-
sury, with interest added at the rate ol
fifrppn per cent, together wi'h all accru
Given under my band this Ist day of
W. M Duncan. County Treasurer.
Any ekin itching is a temper-tester.
The more you scrnrrh the more it itches.
Daan'fl Ointment cnres piles, eczemn—
uny skin itching. At all druy stores.
Squirrels are out. Cull at Rjpley'H
j Phurmaey for your potftOD as we keep
' all kinds at correct prices.
Shirkey & Gluser, Lra-luate opticians
A purse with some coin and other ar
ticles. Prove property and get same at
Lost—At the Bingville party, an old
fashioned brown leather handbag, con
taining a pair of knit silk mitts and a
yellow silk handkerchief. Please leave
at The Oi z >tte office
Lost—A curly haired dog, auburn
tinge, hid on muzzle, mixture of Scotch
Collie and Australian Shepherd, weight
about 50 pounds. Plpase return or send
information to R. A. Payne, Holfax.
Kor rent —Five bouee keeping rooms
for rent. Inquire of South End Grocery.
Sewing by the day. Telephone Red
1591. Mrs. T E. fnjvin
Wanted —Description and price of land
for sale from owner* only. State loca
tion and terms. Address Lock Box 696,
Bensel Fuel Co.
Anthracite, Rock Springs
Chas. F. Bensel, Prop
Phohe Main 401
The price asked for these
goods will certainly be a
great inducement f<>r you to
buy your slkkn NOW.
R. P. HILL & CO.
EFFECTIVE MARCH 10 TO APRIL 10
From hI! poioti in Middle West
and Eastern Stuten to all Inland
From St. Paul $2f> 00
" Chicago * #;« oo
" St. Look . ... $32 i>o
" Memphis .. $3*2 00
" New York . $50 00
" Karwas City... $26 00
and proportionately low rates from all
other Eastern points by either the Great
Northern or Northern Pacific to Spokane
and then via Inland Electric.
If your friends are cnmirß Weot let the
Inland Agent arrange ticket delivery for
you at colonist rates.
$7.50 PER TON
ASK US ABOUT IT
Phoue uh your ordere
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Th« leading Seed Catalog o^the West-
Lilly* Catalog. Your 1911 crop depends
on GOOD seed—-send for thi» Catalog
and set the bc«t. Write now to th«
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Er Bm You don't need a smoke
IF J I house. Apply WRIGHT'S
Kjr^^^3^H| ing two coats, which will
■^y/"^(^^^l impart the rich aroma
\^mmmmmmm^ and delicate flavor of
hickory smoke to_ the meat, keeping it
sound, sweet and insect free indefinitely.
Bold for 14 years all over U. 8. 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 only by
E. H. WRIGHT CO., k«... City, m«.
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315 miles east ot Portland on O. R. * N. Railway.
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