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WHITEHOUSE CLOTHING CO. - Colfax, Wash.
ALL AROUND THE COUNTY
Pot Pourri of News Selected
Mostly From Exchanges.
The demand for heavy draft horses is
said to be stronger throughout the Pa
louse than for years, while the supply of
those offered for sale is limited. Bujers
from Seattle, Spokane and Portland are
going over the country trying to pick up
The following chicken story comes
from Wiuona: "Dove," a little Leghorii-
Brahma ben belonging to Dan Branch,
\2 years of age this spring, is believed
to be the oldest chicken in this part of
the state. The hen has never been sick
a day, is active and lays an egg occas
ionally. Until last year she hatched two
broods of chickens each year, and whh
always given enough extra ones to make
a brood of from 20 to 25. In her nine
years as a mother she has reared between
400 and 500 chicks. Three times the
Branches have sold all their chickens
but one, but Dove has always gone with
the family and mothered another flack.
Ira N. Nye, field deputy assessor for
Pullman, is taking the valuation of
property in his district. Property is
being assessed at 50 per cent of its cash
value. There is not much grain in the
county and most of that is held by ex
porters and warehouse companies. This
is being assessed at 80 cents a bushel for
wheat, 50 cents a 100 pounds for oats
and 40 cents a 100 pounds for barley.
The Potlatch Lumber Company will
start the planer in their Palouse mill
April 1. Thirty-five men are necessary
to run the machinery and handle the
lumber. Enough rough lumber is on
band to keep the plant in operation all
EDERHEIMER - STEIN CLOTHES OF TASTE AND DISTINCTION FOR YOUNG MEN
summer. The sawmill will be started
later in the season.
Deputy Assessor John T. Baken has
found about 84,000 bushels of wheat
the La Crosse district that will come
under 1911 taxes. Thin item will net the
county over $25,000 in taxes. Some of
the wheat assessed was located at Port
land and other places, but was in the
warehouse at La Crosse on March 1.
E J. Sigmon and * party of Glen
Alpin, X (J , immigrants arrived in La
Crosee lasr Friday. Several of the new
comers will settle on farms.
The tietbudnt church at Albion ie be
ing fitted up with acetylene gas lamps.
1^ is planned to extend the system to the
parsonage The plant cost $300.
The experiment station of the Wash
ington State College has sold a Berk
shire boar to the Chinese government
and the animal will be shipped to Man
Pullman citizens, members of the col
lege faculty and student body are plan
ning for the biggest celebration in the
history of Pullman March 28, when the
21st anniversary of the passage of the
bill establishing the college will be cele
Farmers in aud around Uniontown
started piowiug Tuesday morning. The
land on the south slope is in good con
dition for plowing, while that on the
north slope is soft.
Grading of the Muir road at Winone,
j -8t opened by the commissioners, is
under way. Rock work will be necessary
where the road winds down a bluff to the
The petition at Tekoa, which was
signed by 150 citizens to remove restaur
ants and lunch counters from saloons,
was voted on at the council meeting last
Tuesday night and not granted.
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devised. A household remedy in Amer
ica for 25 years.
OOLFAX GAZETTE, COLFAX WASHINGTON. MARCH 24, »li.
NEW GAME LAWS IN FORCE.
Stringent Measures Passed by Last
The game law enacted by the last
legislature is not before us in it* en
tirety, but the salient features prohibits
hunting deer with dogs, and prohibits
the killing of female deer or spotted
fawn. The game bag for the hunting
season, whic*h is from September 1 to
November 1, in two deer for nny one
person. No deer mny be killed in the
wtit'r, either salt or fresh water.
Game of any kind iiiut<t not be sold
or placed on Hale, and the ritrhtof search
of stores, warehouses, cold storage
plants or other premises, without search
warrants, is given game wardens and
other proper officers of the law. Re
sistance or interference to such search is
be prima facie evidence of violation of
The bill provides that where any
stream or lake is planted with youug
fry by the county commissioners the fact
shall be advertised for three weeks in a
newspaper at the county seat and there
after for two years there shall be no
fishing in euch stream or lake. Like
wise when any game birds or animals
are brought in and raised for purposes
of propagation, advertisement shall be
given by the county commissioners, and
thereafter none of such game birds or
animals shall be killed for three years.
Strict penalties are provided for all
violations of the game laws.
SPECIAL TRAIN TO MOSCOW
Will Be Run to See and Hear Ex.
Ex-President Roosevelt is scheduled to
speak at Moscow on Monday, April 10.
In anticipation of the interest to see and
hear the ex-president it has fxea ar
ranged to run a special train from Col
fax to Moscow on the morning of the
10th, leaving here at 6:45 a. m. and re
turning after the close of Mr. Roosevelt.?
speech, which will be about 11 o'clock.
Fare for the round trip $1.15. Besides
those desiring to go from Colfax a large
contingent will, without doubt, be picked
up at Pullman. Some will doubtless go
to Spokane to hear Mr. Roosevelt, but
those living io this part of the Palou.=e
will find Moscow by all odds the best
place to see and hear.
A dispatch from Moscow states that
committees have been appointed to
m*ke arrangements for the interestiti^
event, one feature beiug that Mr. Roose
velt is ro speak from a pier of wheat
sacks erected on the natural amphi
theater of the Idaho Uuiveraity eau.
pus. Other unique featureH have been
provided for. Remember the datt—
The Harem Skirt.
The harem skirt has struck Colfax. It
dropped down from somewhere last
Sunday acd nearly caused a panic
fimoDg the natives. They will probably
get used to it. The firet specimen, how
ever, was said to b? in modified form, so
we may expect to n^e the real thing be
lore the season advances very far. We
have old timers among us who, io times
pist, got acquainted with the hoop skirt,
hecatne reconciled to the grecian bend,
und have seen all the eccentricities and
oddities of the last three decades, includ
ing the umbrella hat, hence are not
startled at the appearance of the harem
skirt. The harem skirt, along with its
compatriot, the hobble skirt, will prob
ably sooq be a common sight.
Notice of Stockholders' Meeting.
Notice is hereby given that the annual
meeting of the stockholders of the Whit
man Mining and Milling Co. Ltd., will be
held on Saturday, April Ist, 1911, at
1 o'clock p. m., at Colfax. Washington,
in the Eagle hall, over Barroll's hard
A. J. Easum, Secretary.
Sister Betsy is deaf and dumb but
oerforms her part perfectly for all that.
Peak Sisters, Tuesday evening, March
GASOLINE MOTOR ENGINE.
Invention by Gilbert Hunt Co.--
Apply Its Use to Separator.
The motor as applied to agricultural
machinery to replace the steam engine
is the latest, and if appearances are not
deceiving will replace it entirely in a
short time. The motor is of the auto
mobile type, composed of four cylinder?.
A representative of The Gfizettp strolling
by the Gilbert Hunt establiwhuient on
Main street Monday, and listening to
the upes to which the Gilbert Hunt p»o
pin are preparing to put the four cycle
motor in connection with their Wash
ington Separator, through the kindness
of W. A. Nelson, local agent, gained
aome highly interesting information.
As wheat growers hereabouts well
know a steam engine has heretofore
been part of the accompaniment of a
separator outfit. Ir takes four horse*
to haul it about on wheels, besides a
liberal supply of coal to feed \*» vor -
cious appetite to supply power In in
p'uced some distance ahead of the sep
arator, engine und separator being at
tached by a long belt, revolving on
wheels. This is the modus operaniii,
briefly expressed, ac it has been in the
The Gilbert Hunt Co. now come in
with their use of the gasoline motor en
gine by a unique invention of theirs,
which promises to revolutionize the
separator bußineen entirely. By run
ning out two strong beams a distance of
four feet the motor engine id attached
and becomes a part of the separator,
the motor engine uot being more than
four feet from the cylinder. This doe*
away with the long belting process, and
the setting and resetting of much of the
apparatus. It is a combined motor
engine and separator. The total weight
of both will not be over 8000 pounds,
and it will occupy and can be operated
in a apace of 9xlß feet. Where it took
10 horses to pull steam engine and sep—
arator around six horses can do the
work by the new process. Besides one
man can attend to the separator and
motor, where before it was essential to
have a man to look after the engine ex
For convenience as well as in the in
terests of economy the Gilbert Pont in
vention seems to mark a new era in the
grain threshing business.
Mr. Nelson informpd the scribe that
he would soon give a public exhibition
of tbp new process, which will, no doubt,
be of no leas interest to the general pub
lic than to those engage] in rais
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Do you know that of all the minor
ailments colds are by far the most dau
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