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I for boys BOYS' WEEK I FOR BOYS
I From 4to 16 Years AT THE From 4to 16 Years
S Here are Some Special Bargains for the L/ AID Q | (|R 1^ The mT featUrG °iwi l™ °f *****
SBoys This Week /A f\ Jj \J I VUI ing iS the Same aS ** "
*** *XX V X V*^ X W— The Best Possible Values FOR THE
• 25c Windsor Ties in all colors and shades; —— — ■ LEAST MONEY.
• about six inches wide and thirty inches
• long— Boy's sale price Boys, this week we are going to devote all our special effort to \\r e have fine worsted and cashmere suits,
• t n your interest and we want you to join us in showing the ''grown- all well made, newest styles; some of them
J IVC ups" that you are as interested in good styles, good fits and good have two pair pants, and the prices are from
§ bargains as they are. £2.48 UD tO $6.00
S^ J 35c Boy's Fleece-lined Underwear; a regu- We have in all our boy's suits, hats and shoes for Spring and j_
lar winter garment, but not too heavy for they are a very fine lot and we know you will like them if you like <<B B , Mn .
A comfort for a couple of months yet— to be well dressed We now have the famous Boy Scout Hat
f Boy's sale price _. . ._ . L a . , „,«..• , with the jockey string attached for
9 This is the first Spnng we have earned Boy's Suits in stock
• IQ r for three years so, for that reason alone, you will know that every <fc 1 S
• I y^ suit is new and up-to-date. '
I 53..50 mgh-top Shoes; sizes fro. 12 to 4; M^^^S^^^^^>nS^Z week we will give a2O per cent dis-
J just the shoes for the mud aud water— . j and look t them and t them 11 gee the nBW count Qn aU bo , g extra KJ^EE PANTS and
5, Boy's sale pnee t , You will likA th^m
% cbO AC You will like them. all boy's CAPS, and one-half price on ALL
a $2.65 BOY'S SWEATERS.
| The Fair Store PvJ i The Fair Store
AMONG THE CHURCHES.
Congregational church, Rev. J. H.
The usual services will be held in
the Presbyterian sanctuary, near the
old High School. The pastor will
preach morning and evening. All
Baptist Church, Rev. C. H. H.
Moore, Pastor. Services at 11 a. m.
and 7:30 p. m. Bible school at 10 a.m.
Young People's meeting at 7 p. m.
Mid-week prayer meeting Wednes
day evening at 7:30 o'clock.
Subject of morning sermon, "The
Evening sermon, "In His Sight."
The ordnance of Baptism will be
administered at. the morning service,
and probably at the evening service.
First Methodist Church, Rev. N.
M. Jones, Pastor. Sunday School,
10 a. m. Preaching service at 11 a.
m. and 7:30 p. m. Epworth League
at 6:30 p. m.
Morning, "Faith in God."
Evening, "A King in the Pillory."
Special music by the choir at the
morning service. In the evening a
male quartette will sing.
Christian Church, Rev. W. A. Dig
gins, Pastor. Sunday School at 10 a.
m. Preaching and communion at 11;
Junior at 3; C. E. at 6:30 p. m.;
Preaching at 7:30 and Prayer meet
ng every Wednesday evening at 7:30.
""German Lutheran church, supplied
by Rev. Aug. Tr. Graebener. Preach
ing service every 2d and 4th Sunday.
Religious instruction every 2nd and
4th Saturday afternoon. Sunday
school every Sunday from 9 to 10.
Service commences at 10 o'clock.
Good Samaritan Episcopal Church,
Rev. J. G. Robinson, Pastor.
Sunday school 10:00 a. m., morn
ing prayer, 11:00 a. m., and address
by Mr. R. H. Baldwin, lay-reader. All
are cordially invited.
North Colfax Methodist Episcopal
Church. Sunday school at 2:30 p. m.
Preaching service at 3:30 p. m.
Regular services at the Chapel of
the Church of God will be held dur
ing the season as follows: Sunday
school at 10 a. m., preaching services
at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. on Sunday.
Prayer meeting at 7:30 p. m. on
Christian Science services in the
church edifice every Sunday at 11 a.
m. and Wednesday at 7:30 p. m.
First United Brethern church, cor
ner Third and Morton streets. E. F.
Preaching at 11:00 a. m. and 7:30
Sunday school at 10:00 a. m.
Y. P. C. E. U. at 6:30 p. m.
Prayermeeting every Wednesday at
7:30 p. m.
MAGAZINE subscription agency at
the ELK DRUG STORE, where you
can get just what magazines you
want at cheapest club rates.
A piece of flannel dampened with
Chamberlain's Liniment and bound
on to the affected parts is superior to
any plaster. When troubled with lame
back or pains in the side or chest give
it a trial and you are certain to be
more than pleased with the prompt
relief which it affords. Sold by all
Gold fish at 15c to 50c each at th«
«LX DRUG STORE.
COLFAX GAZETTE, COLFAX, WASHINGTON, FEBRUARY 16,1912.
Infection In the Home.
A German medical journal draws af
tentiou to a possible factor in the
spread of infectious conditions of the
mouth, nose and pharynx that is insuf
ficiently recognized in many house
holds. It points out that common ta
ble utensils, such as forks, spoons and
glasses, which come into contact with
the mouth, are usually washed all to
gether, often with little care, and dried
on the same cloth. This gives great
opportunity for the distribution of in
fective agencies. For this reason par
ticular care should be exercised in fam
ilies where any member may be suf
fering from an infectious disease to
sterilize the table utensils used in boil
ing water. People who complain of
"catching cold" in many instances are
merely catching infection from little
understood and easily preventable
sources. The infectious germ is so
minute that the eye does not detect
Its presence. It Is necessary, there
fore, to keep up a constant effort for
the destructiou of hurtful germs and
germ carriers by introducing as far
as possible the precautionary practices
of sanitary science into domestic use.
Juggling a Photograph.
"We're sometimes asked to do queer
stunts with our pictures." said a New
York photographer. "About the most
unusual was a trick I had to play
with a photograph taken of a large
gathering of some organization. The
committee in charge of the affair
wanted one prominent man to take a
conspicuous place in the group and so
arranged the group. At the last min
ute a less desirable member of the or
ganization crowded in and got the
choice position, making him the most
prominent person in the finished pho
tograph. In desperation the com
mittee came to me to help It out
When I suggested changing heads and
putting the head of a prominent mem
ber on to the body of the undesira
ble one it was delighted. Fortunately
it was a seated group, and the man's
flgufe didn't make much difference ei
ther way. The exchange of heads
was a great success, and the commit
tee got a lot of praise for the way
it had me juggle with that photo
graph."—New York Sun.
Beethoven's Spider Friend.
When studying the violin as a boy of
eight it was Beethoven's custom to
shut himself up alone in a little room
because it was inhabited by a spider
which loved his music so much that
when the boy played it left its web
and came near to listen and at last
climbed upon the arm with which he
was holding the bow. The young mu
sician became really fond of the spider.
But one day his aunt entered the room
while he was playing, saw the spider
walking along her nephew's arm ani
instantly knocked it off with a slipper
and crushed it Young Beethoven
wept over his dead friend and refused
to play his violin any more. It was
only after a lapse of three weeks, and
in another room, that he resumed his
studies, and his first thought was to
compose a plaintive melody to which
he gave the title, "Elegy to My Friend
Can't look well, eat well or feel
well with impure blood feeding your
body. Keep the blood pure with Bur
dock Blood Bitters. Eat simply, take
exercise, keep clean and you will have
Don't forget the K. of P. Minstrels
next Monday evening.
A Large Line of
At Reasonable Prices
Suit Gases of all Kinds
With prices to correspond.
We have a line of
Men's, Ladies' and Child
ren's Shoes at a Bargain
A strong line of
Men's Sample Gloves
SOME DAY PERHAPS
you will get an idea that you ought
to try the work at the Model Steam
laundry! That will be the day that
we acquire a new patron. Those who
have had their linen or colored
shirts, collars, cuffs or fancy vestß
laundered by our perfect method of
laundry work will never retrograde
to any other after once trying the
Model Steam Laundry.
Model Steam Laundry
SUMMONS FOR PUBLICATION.
In the Superior Court of the State of
Washington in and for Whitman
R. K. Smith as administrator of the
Estate of Christopher C. Smith, de
ceased, J. M. Smith, R. L. Smith and
M. D. Smith, Plaintiffs,
R. C. Smith and Callie Smith; the "un
known heirs" of R. C. Smith; the "un
known heirs" of Callie Smith; also all
other persons or parties unknown
claiming any right, title, estate, lien
or interest in the real estate describ
ed in the Complaint herein,
State of Washington, County of Whit
THE STATE OF WASHINGTON,
To the said R. C. Smith and Callie
Smith; the "unknown heirs" of R. C.
Smith; the "unknown heirs" of Callie
Smith; also all other persons or parties
unknown claiming any right, title, es
tate, lien or interest in the real estate
described in the Complaint herein. De
You and each of you are hereby sum
moned and required to appear in the
Superior Court of the State of Wash
ington, in and for Whitman County,
within sixty days after the date of the
first publication of this summons, to
wit, within sixty days after the 16th
day of February, 1912, and defend the
above entitled action in the above en
titled court, and answer the complaint
of the plaintiffs in said action and
serve a copy of your said answer on
Hanna & Hanna, the undersigned, at
torneys for pjaintiffs, at their office in
Colfax, Whitman County, State of
Washington, and if you fail to appear
and defend said action and answer the
complaint of the plaintiff aforesaid,
within the time aforesaid, judgment
will be rendered against you, according
to the demand of the said complaint,
which has been filed with the Clerk of
The object of the above entitled
action is to secure the entry of a de
cree herein against the said defendants,
R. C. Smith and Callie Smith and the
unknown heirs of either of said per
sons as set out in the title herein, and
all other persons or parties unknown
claiming any right, title, estate, lien or
interest in the real estate described in
the complaint herein, and all persons
claiming by, through, or under them or
any of them, establishing that R. C.
Smith and Callie Smith are dead and
that they each died unmarried and
without child or children, and that the
said plaintiffs, J. M. Smith, R. L. Smith
and M. D. Smith are the sole and only
heirs of Mary J. Smith, deceased and
of Christopher C. Smith, deceased and
that the estate of the said Christopher
C. Smith and the said named plaintiffs
are the sole owners in fee simple of
the following described property and
every part thereof situated in Whitman
County, State of Washington, to-wlt
the Northwest quarter of Section 21 in
Township 17, North of Range 44 X W
M., containing 160 acres, more or less"
which property is 8 t forth and de
scribed in the complaint and- to clear
the said described property from any
cloud created by any interest, right
title, estate, or any claim thereto ap
pearing of record or otherwise which
the said defendants or either of them
or any person claiming- under them or
any of them may have in and to said
property or any part theroof and ex
cludes the said defendants and each of
them, if living, and if dead, their un
known heirs and all parties or persons
unknown from any interest lien title
or estate therein.
Dated February 15th, 1912
HANNA & HANNA,
r>« t m Attorneys for Plaintiffs.
Postofhce Address, Colfax, Whitman
County, \\ ashington.
Notice Is Hereby Given. That R M
Curtis, on the Ist dny o: >ctober 1911
took up and now keeps at his ninw
miles SE. of Hay. near " ntral Feiry
on Snake River, Washington, the fol
lowing estray mare-
One mare 20 years old; bay; no
brands visible; no ear marks; white
spot in face.
Said Estray will be sold to the high
est bidder for cash at the place kern
as above specified, on Saturday, the 2nd
day of March. 1912. at the hour of 10
o clock in the forenoon of said day un
less the owner thereof, or his ieeal
representative shall appear prior to
that time and make out his title and
pay all charges against said estray
Date of first publication of this no
tice, February 16, 1912.
S. M. McCROSKEY,
r, Auditor of Whitman County
By MARY J. OLIVER, Deputy.
Notice Is Hereby Given, That L M
Bowman, on the Ist day of April 1910'
™?T,,V P and now keeps at Mrs. C. m'
O Dells ranch near Blyton, Washing
ton, the following estray mare-
On> mare 9 years old; brown- no
brand visible; no ear marks; wire cut
onJ e£ £ ront les Just above the knee
Said Estray will be sold to the high
est bidder for cash at the place kept
as above specified, on Saturday, the 2nd
day of March, 1912, at the hour of 10
oclock in the forenoon of said day un
less the owner thereof, or his iee-al
representative, shall appear prior to
that time, and make out his title and
pay all charges against said estray
Date of first publication of -his no
tice, February 16, 1912.
S. M. McCROSKEY
r, ™,TA udltor of Whitman County
By MARY J. OLIVER, Deputy
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Estate of Charles Cole.Deceased- No
tice w hereby given by the undersign
ed, administrator of the estate «i
Charles Cole deceased, to th/creditori
of, and all persons having- rlaYm =
against the said deceased to exh bit
them with, the necessary voucher*
within one year after the first pubV" a SI
tion of this notice, to the said adm ni«
trator, at Colfax, 'hitman (\siSl
Washington, the same behSShS h£
s^d^taVT 8^10" °f the
at Colfax. Wash., February 14.
First publication, February 16 1919
A - • , N- F- COLE
Aaministrator of the Estate 'of
Charles Cole, deceased.
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