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THE COLFAX GAZETTE
Ivan Chase, PcßUaam
Office ir. Pioneer Block, Telephone Main 321
EstaM.mhed in 1877. Entered at the Coif ax
poßtoHfi.-o a* weoend a\*m> mail mattfr.
BUBMUFriOa KATBtI, IN ADVANCE:
ONE YEAK, 91. 50 SIX MOUTHS, T" -
I TAvin If thi-or aome'^rlierdatflapnears
1 JAIM U on y()ijr tfH , you are t.here
by notified that the time for whi'h your sub
script' n Hits paid hart expired, and renewal is
aolicifcad.
Official Paper of th<- City ol Coif ax.
O. R. & N. TIME CARD.
WiSTIJODND
Spokane-PendJeton train No. 7, ar. 10:15 a.m.
Spokace-Pendleton train No. 5, ar. 7:10 p.m.
Soo-Spokate Portland No. 11 ar. 12:10 a.m.
uanoom
Pendletor.-Spokane train No. 6, ar. 9:10 a.m.
Portland-800-Spokane No 12. ar. 10:15 a.m.
Pendleton Spokane train No. 8, ar. 2:02 p.m.
MOHOOW UIIANCH
From Moscow 9:55 a.m. 6:15 p.m.
To Moscow 10;45 a.m. 7:15 p.m.
Portland-Spokane flyer, trains Nob. 3 and 4
will make stops at all points on Pleasant Vul
ley branch.
S. & 1. TIME CARD.
L.v. Colfiix.... 8-10 a.m. 12:30 p.m. 4:55 p.m.
Ar. Oolfa*. 10:35 a.m. 3:00 p.m. 9:05 p.m.
Food for Thought.
The first number of The Wenatchee
Daily Republic, containing G4 pfiges and
bearing date August 27, has reached our
table. It ia metropolitan in every re
epeet, containing all the dispatches and
news of the day. Its typographical
make-up, fur neatness and attractive
ness, places it in the lead of any daily
publication en the Pacific slope. Its ad
vertising patronage is liberal, showing
the civic patriotism of Wenatchee's busi
ness men. Of course the Republic doe?
not propose to get out G4 pages every
day, but the first number shows what
they have the capacity to do, and is an
earnest of what may be expected of the
future. It has heretofore been aIG page
weekly paper.
Wenatchue, with a population of less
than 6000, boasts two daily papers, and
good ones at that. Here is food for
♦bought. Wenatchee and Wenatchee's
products are known far and wide. Her
papers "carry the news to Mary," not
only telling of the products of the farm
and orchard, but carrying the advertise
ments of her business men and telling
from their own lips what they are doing.
Instead of sending out tona of pamph
lets, which few read and no one believes,
the Wenatcheeites send out their home
papers, which tell of every business in
the city and the daily progress made.
Wenatchse owes its growth and prot'
perity, not to its superior location or
greater natural advantages, but to ite
patriotic, intelligent and superior citi
zenship. Fourteen years ago it was a
struggling village of ponsibly 200 in
habitants. What made Seattle in th^
early days, when the Northern Pacific
railway tried to blot the Queen City off
the faci> of the map—known in history
as the "Seattle spirit" —has made We
natchee, which should be known ac th?
"VVenutchee spirit." It is men that
makes towns and cities —not luck. In
stance Portland, Seattle, Wenatchee.
We take off our hat to Wenatchee.
It might be a good investment for the
Palouse towns to import some of the
etock here, that the seed might germinate
and develop in our rich soil and even
climate.
That died-in-tbe-wool democratic
organ, the Colfax Commoner, has this
to say anent the insuriieuts: "Poin
dexter and the other republican insur
gents are advocating policies which a
large majority of their party oppose
and which a large majority of the dem
ocratic party favor. They have no use
for republican principles, but cling to the
republican uniform." And thie: "A re
publican insurgent is a man who wants
to help enact democratic policies without
affiliating with the democratic party."
The two will probably get together soon.
It will then be hard to know which is the
dog and which is the tail.
Republicans should not be deceived by
the extravagant claims of the insurgent
press that Poindexter has everything his
own way and is sure of election. On the
contrary, there is every evidence that the
insurgent congressman is losing ground,
and only for the hope of getting demo
cratic support is there the least prospect
of his being elected senator. Republi
cans have but to stand by their guns to
defeat the combination.
The Columbia Chronicle, published at
Dayton, remarks that "you will find the
same element among the insurgents that
was found in the free silver ranks in
1896. Experience shows that they were
wrong then, and experience should guide
the voters at the present time not to
listen to their wild-eyed assertions."
Judge Burke made many friends while
on the east side, bis statesmanlike atti
tude on all public questions appealing to
the better side of our people of whatever
political shade of opinion. He appealed
to the reason, not to the passions, of
men. He is a statesman, not a mere
politician bunting for votes.
It is apparent every day that Seabury
Merritt will be the choice of the republi
cans at the primaries on the 13th. Straws
show which way the wind blows. From
every part of the Third district good re
ports of Merritt are heard. Merritt is the
coming man.
Brady for governor and French for
congreeß eeem to be winners in Idaho.
COLFAX GAZETTE, COLFAX, WASHINGTON, SEPTEMBER 2, 1910.
More of Gifford Pinchot.
Gifford Pinchot, sitting in his eaey
chair at Washington, D. C, gravely in
forms the public that Senator Heyburn
of Idaho, Senator Carter of Montana
and Representative Mondell of Wyom
ing are responsible for the forest fires
that have been and still are ruging
throughout the Pacitie Northwest. It ie
susceptible of proof that Pinchot'e
methods of conservation are in large
part responsible for the wreck and ruin
seen on every hand.
"He drove the settlers and prospectors,"
gays Senator Carter, "who were the real
guards of the federal forests, out of the
country and left the domain to the
pranks of the lightning and the negli
gence of the campers. His patent leather
forest rangers could not meet a difficulty
which the old settlers overcame every
year.
"I do not object to the expenditure of
money for the protection of the forests.
I do object to Pinchot's use of the funds
for lectures and a press bureau to ad
vance his personal ambition and to fur
ther his private ends. The policy estab
lished by Pinchot to keep the cattlemen
and sheepmen off the reservation was
ruinous.
"The long, dry grass, which the stock
devoured, was fuel for the fl'imes. It
started the fires. Pinchot is represent
ing Pinchot. His administration of the
forests has cost the ppople of Montana
and Idaho £20 000,000."
Even Senator Borah, who was talking
himself hoarse a short time ago in praise
of Pinchot and his policies, has? changed
front, seeing that public sentiment
throughout the Northwest is against the
lawn tennis bureau officer.
Poindexter will probably be the next
to flop.
This from Spokane shuws where Poin
dexter stand?: "Five democratic candi
dates for the state legislature, in signing
the statutory pledge, inserted the pro
viso that they would support their party's
choice as long as he had a chance for
success. They will then switch to Poin
dexter. They are E. R. Weeks, Horace
H. Guth, J B Johnson, Bedford Brown
and William Mathews. The Poindexter
adherents are expecting much from the
democrats, which is indicative of how
near the congressman approaches the
democratic ideals of retrogression."
AT THE HYMENEAL ALTAR
Shelton--Harlan.
William Shelton of Cheney and Miss
Lola Harlan of Garfield were married by
Justice Doolittle at his office in Colfax on
August 30. The young couple were at
tended by the father and mother of the
bride. The bride is2o and the groom °±
Forrest--West.
John H. Forreßt of Hooper and Iva
May West of (iurtif-ld were married at
the Congregational parsonage, August
29, by Rev. J. H. Biinton. The young
people intend making their home at
Hooper.
AMONG THE CHURCHES.
Congregations!— Services will be re
sumed in the Presbyterian church at 11
am. and 7:30 p.m. The pastor will
preach. Being Labor Sunday, the sub
ject in the evening will be, "Christianity
and Democracy." Morning subject, "The
Glorious Gospel." Sunday school at 10
o'clock.
Mr. Bainton commences the ninth
year of his ministry in Colfax.
GRAIN QUOTATIONS.
Red Russian § .71
Club and hybrid 73
Forty fold 75
Bluestem 82
Fife 73
Turkey Red 73
Feed barley, per hundred 1.00
Brewing barley 1.05
Oi»ts, per nundred 1.30 to 1 35
There is more Catarrh in this section of the
country than all other diseases put together,
and until the last few years, was supposed to
be incurable. For a great many years doctors
pronounced it a local disease and prescribed
local remedies, and by constantly failing to
cure with local treatment, pronounced it in
curable. Science has proven catarrh to be a
constitutional disease and therefore requires
constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh
Cure, manufactured by F. J. Cheney & Co.,
Toledo, Ohio, is the only constitutional cure
on the market. It is taken internally in doses
from 10 drops to a teaspoonful. It acts direct
ly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the
system. They offer one hundred dollars for
any case it fails to cure. Send for circulars
and testimonials.
Address F. J. CHENEY k CO., Toledo, Ohio
Sold by all Druggists, 75c.
Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation.
It Saved His Leg.
"All thought I'd lose my leg," writes
J. A. Sweneen.of Watertown, Wis. "Ten
years of eczema that 15 doctors could
not cure, had at last laid me up. Then
Bucklen'e Arnica Salve cured it, sound
and well." Infallible for skin eruptions,
eczema, salt rheum, boils, fever sores,
burns, scalds, cuts and piles. 25c at all
druggists. *
Heavy, impure blood makes a mudd.^,
pimply complexion, headaches, nausea,
indigestion. Thin blood makes you
weak, pale, sickly. Burdock Blood Bit
ters makes the blood rich, red, pure—re
stores perfect health.
For a mild, easy action of the bowels,
a Bingle dose of Doan's Regulets is
enough. Treatment cures habitual con
stipation. 25 cents a box. Ask your
druggist for them.
"Dr. Thomas' Electric Oil is the best
remedy for that often fatal disease
croup. Has been used with success in
our family for eight years."—Mrs. L
Whiteacre, Buffalo, N. T.
C. M. DuVall, photographer, is making
a specialty of pictures of machinery and
harvest scenes. Call phone Main 2001.
Paid Advertising j
John 11. Jones
Pullman, Wash.
Candidatp for republican nomination for
repre-entatlve. Seventh district.
F. A. I>avis
Oakesdale, Wash.
Candidate for republican nomination for
state representative, Bth diHtrict
For State Representative
(hits. It, Lame
Colfax, Wash.
Candidate for nomination for representative
7th district, Whitman county, democratic
ticket, subject to the will of the votera at the
September primary election
J. M. Reid
Candidate on the republican ticket for rep
resentative from the Seventh district, aubjact
to the will of the people.
G. 11. LftWTMMe
Colfax, Wash.
Candidate for representative, Seventh dis
trict, subject to the primary election Septem
ber 13, on the republican ticket.
William L. LaFollette
Pullman, Wash.
Candidate tor republican nomination for
congressman in the Third corgressioaal dis
trict of Washington.
John N. Piekrell
Colfax, Wash.
Candidate for nomination for judge of the
superior c-urt of Whitman county, state of
Washington, to be made at the primaries
September 13, 191 ft.
l>. €. Wow
Pullman, Washington.
Candidate for the republican nomination
for the office of prosecuting attorney of Whit
man county. Primary election, September
13. 1910.
For County Engineer
I hereby announce myself as candidate for
nomination on the republican ticket for county
engineer. Primary election September 13,
1910.
JOHN M McCAW.
William M. lHiucan
Colfax, Wash.
Candidate for nomination on the republican
ticket for Treasurer of Whitman county.
E. A. Williams
Tekoa, Wash.
Candidate for nomination for prosecuting
attorney of Whitman county on the republi
can ticket, subject to the wilLot the voters at
the primary election.
I*. B. Crawford
Colfax. Wash.
Candidate for republican nomination for
coroner of Whitman county, subject to thr
will of the voters at the primaries September
13. 1910.
For County Treasurer.
I hereby ann< uuce myself as a candidate
for the republican nomination for county
treasurer, subject to the will of the voters at
'he primary election, September IS,
JAKE ARRASMITH,
Colfax, Wash.
For Comity Commissioner.
I hereby announce my candidacy for the
republican nomination for couqty commis
sioner iv the Second Con miMicrer'a district,
subject to the primary election September 13.
BUKiONC!. HOWE,
Palouee, Wsch.
G. B. Carter
Colfax, Wash.
Candidate for nomination on the republican
ticket for sheriff of Whitman county.
A. P. Miller
Thornton, Wash.
Candidate for republican nomination for
county commissioner from the First c<~>mm<s
sioner district, Bubject to the primary election
September 13.
James C. Farr
Albion, Wash.
Candidate for county commissioner from
2nd district on the republican ticket at the
September primary.
For County Assessor.
I hereby announce that I will be a candi
date for the nomination for county assessor on
the democratic ticket, subject to the will ot
the voters to be expressed at the primaries on
September 13, 1910.
R. H. DUFF,
Ex-Assessor Whitman Co., Wash.
A. E. Veatch, Colville, Wash.
Republican Candidate for Congress.
Opposed to Cannoniem, Endorsed by Re
publican'editors of Stevens county, 500 farm
ers in Stevens county, Colville Ministerial
Association, State Anti-Saloon League, Veatcb
Congressional Club of Colville.
For County Assessor.
To the Voters of Whitman County:
I wish to declare to you my intention to be
come again a candidate for County Assessor
on the republican ticket, subject to the primary
election September 13,1910.
If putting the work of the assessor's office
on a business basis and giving the people, in
dividually and collectively, "a square deal"
have anything of merit in them. I feel that I
have no reason to hesitate m asking once more
for the support of the people of the county in
the coming elections in September and No
vember. Respectfully submitted,
¥. N. ENGLISH.
Golfax Meat Market
A. GERBER, Proprietor
FRESH AND CURED MEATS
POULTRY AND FISH
Oysters in Season
Hides and Pelts Bought
119 Main Street Phone Main 101
The Gazette $1.50 a year
g |1200 - |
§ STOP! LOmi LISTEN! §
XX Not v railroad eros»-iDg, bat
a bargain.
Are you ffoing to nend your
chiidrf-n to achoo! this winter? yv
t^>- If co, don't overlook thi« chaace yx
to set a houne in town. y^-
ac °ftne finest homes in the
city, nice 5 room hount?, new j™
XX Pl*'o^ l°t 75x150, feccod, fine
XX "hade trpps, nice lawn, lots of xx
XX 'rim. and berries, nice garden, xx
XX chicken house, woodnhed, etc. xx
XX Everything in fine shapp. and xx
XX —look at the price—Only $120.0 X X
XX WHITMAN REALTY CO. XX
XX Lippitt Bldg. XX
JJ Phone Main 1271. fOLFAX J^
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I>r. Ida Hryson
OSTEOPATH—Graduate of the American
School of Osteopathy, Kirksville, Mo. Lo
cated in Schmuck block, 320 Main street.
COLFAX, WASHINGTON.
Dr. John Benson,
HOMOEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN. Spec
ialties: Chronic diseases and disease* of
women and children. Calls to any part of
the oour.ty promptly auswersd. OtEce n
Colfax Hardware building.
COLFAX, WASHINGTON.
Dr. Wm. Clay Cardwell
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Rooms
14 and 16 Lippitt building. Office Hours, 9
to 12, 1 to 5; Sunday, 10 to 12; evenings by
appointment. Phones—Office, Mum 1341;
residence. Black 14*31.
COLFAX, WASHINGTON
I>r. W* 15. Pulaniouiitain
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON-ltooins 6
and 7, Lippitt Building. Phonen: Office,
Main 581; liesidence, Red 183. Office hours,
9 to 12 a. m., 1 to 5:60 p. m.
COLFAX, WASHINGTON
Dr. J. A. Bateiger
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON-Rooms
6 and 7, over Barroll &. MoLney's store. Tel.
Main 81; Residence Tel. Main 1371. Office
hours, 9to 12 a. m.; Ito sp. m.
COLFAX. WASHINGTON
Dr. A. E. Stulit,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. O. R.
& N. physician. Spokane & Inland sur
geon. Otnoe over Hamilton's drug store.
POT.TTA.x. WASHINGTON.
K. J. Skuile,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Office
second floor front in new Lommaseon build
ing, Mam street.
COLFAX, WASHINGTON.
E. X, HAN.N A. B. M. HANNA
Hanna & Haana
ATTORNEYS AT LAW-Office: Bellinger
building; General Practice, Civil and Crim
in-*l; 'phone Main 91.
COLFAX. WASHINGTON
K. L.. McCroskey
ATTORNEY AT LAW. Offices over th.
First Savings & Trnst Bank. Telophom
Main 2-* l,
COLFAX. WASHINGTON.
JOHN PATTfioB PAUL PATTDOB
Pattison & Pattison
ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Office in Fra
ternity block.
COLFAX. WASHINGTON.
J. Hugh Sherfey
TTORXEY AT LAW—Office, room 3,
Pioneer bl^ck ; probate practice a specialty
Phone, Red 831.
COLFAX, WASHINGTON
Win. A. In in an,
ITTOPvNEY AT LAW. Will do ail kinds
of legal baslaeas. Office, Room 2, Pioneer
blook.
OOT.FAX. WASHINGTON.
J. N. Pickrell,
ATTORNEY AT LAW Office In Frater
nity blook, Rooms 4 and 5.
OOLFAX. WASHINGTON.
Charles B. Hill,
ATTORNEY AT LAW. Waite block.
Phone Main 811.
COLFAX, WASHINGTON.
O. A. Chapman, I>. D. S.
DENTIST. Graduate Ohio College Dental
Surgery. Office, rooms 10 and 11 Lippitt
building,
COLVAX. WASHINGTON.
J. F, Tifft, D. M. D.
DENTIST. Parlors in Binnard Block.
'Phone, Main 691.
COLFAX, WASHINGTON.
Time Is Money!
JSAVE BOTH.
X 3, 33. COTTERIIiL
Public Stenographer
Collector
Patronage Solicited.
Lippitt Blclg., Ground Floor
]\[OTIC fT)T
Goods that have been under
water will not be sold to any
person without telling them
about it.
"W. H. Lacev
Gazette advertisers invite the patron
age of Gazette readers.
P B BTRAVENS, Prmld^t W. R. ANDBBBON, Cwhier
J. J. MILLER, Vice President 8. H. HICKB, AMI. Oaeh.er
The Farmers State Bank
OF COIFAX, WASHINCTOW
Capital $100,000.00 Surplus $12,000.00
Assets $400,000.00
A home institution managed by a board of direc
tors who live in Whitman county and know the require
ments of local conditions.
4 per cent interest paid on Savings Deposits, com
pounded semi-annually.
We do a general banking business. Issue exchange
on all parts of the world. Make and sell First Mort
gage Loans on Whitman county farm lands.
All business entrusted to us receives prompt and
careful attention. We solicit your business, assuring
you courteous treatment.
G. W. Larue & Co.
The oldest established real estate firm in Whitman
county, doing a general real estate and insurance busi
ness.
Fire Insurance
Grain Insurance
Auto Insurance
Thresher Insurance
Surety Bonds
Insure your growing grain with us. We represent
only companies of the highest standard that we abso
lutely guarantee.
We write threshers at the lowest rate
Offices in Fraternity Block, Colfax, Wash., and in the
Exchange National Bank Building, Spokane, Wash.
Grand View Addition
Is now on the market, in lots, acre tracts, also 5 and 10 acre
tracts, with abundance of pure water, good wide streets, easy
grades and only from Soo to 3000 feet from Main street of
the city of Colfax, Wash.
When you stop and think, our farthest lot or-tract is only
a few feet more than a half mile from the business center of
this city, you will then realize the value of this splendid ad
dition. Easy terms and right prices'to purchasers.
Colfax Investment Company
G. W. LAETJE & CO., Agents
Headquarters for the Citizens of Whitman County and the
Traveling Public.
hotelTcolfax
M. J. MALOSEY, Proprietor
Our Prices may not be the lowest, but we guarantee every article
first class.
The Bar connected with the hotel carries a fine line of imported and
domestic Wines, Liquors and Oigars. When you get it at the Hotel
Oolfax you get the best produced in the markets of the world.
When you want to find your friends, go to the Hotel Colfax, the recognised
headquarters for everybody.
Tow Is the Time
to buy your coal. If you want to secure the lowest price of
the year, buy your winter coal now. If you want good ser
vice along with good coal, permit us to fill your bin. Every
thing in the fuel line.
Standard Lumber Co.
». H. FIBDES, Agent Colta, Wa ß h.
ELK DRUG STORE
Soinethiug Jfew For You
PUBPLE HYAOINTg TALCTTM
An Exquisite Toilet Preparation
V. T. McCKOSKEY, Colfax, Wash.

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