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WHAT NEIGHBORS DO
Loiters lull of Interesting _»w* Notes
From Many Country Point*.
A PROMINENT OCTOGENARIAN.
A notable gathering was that at the resi
dence of Mr. and Mrs. T. li Waldrip, near
Lee Siding Saturday, March I?, in honor of
Mr. Waldrip's father, Jair.es Waldriu—or as
the younp pc >ple love to call him, "Grandpa"
Waldrip whose eighty-second birthday was
celebrated.
(Jrandpa Waldrip ii one of the Kturdy
pioneers who crossed the plains to Oregon in
After a residence of six yearn in that
state he lemoved to Ohehaiis county, Wash
ington, in 1869. He helped to make that
part ol our state to "blossom as the rose."
Mr. Waldrip tells of the time in Chehalis
when the rivers were the sole highways, the
only mode of ingress and caress boing by
canoe. While in Uhehalis, he eer\ed two
terms as county judge. He was also a repre
sentative in the territorial legislature from
(In halis and Mason counties in 1564-65.
Prom western Washington Mr. Waldrip re
moved to Whitman county in 1*73 and set
n the laud now occupied by the fair
grounds, the Waldrip home being just south
<>t where the grand stand now is, and near
the spring.
While in Whitman county Mr. Waldrip
-• rved one term as county judge—the second
judge ever ducted in Whitman. Later he
sold his place to Abner Lloyd, and removed
to Muthern California, where he resided until
in mere recent years he has been a resident of
Mexico. Last June Mr. and Mrs. Waldrip
came to visit their eldest son, T. K. Waldrip,
and are still here.
In a happy way Grandpa Waldrip relates
the lively times of Jackson's administration;
of the prompt action of "Old Hickory," when
nullification was the all-absorbing topic in
South Carolina,and later of the furore created
by Jackson's veto of the bill re-chartering the
United States bank.
Mr. Waldrip is hale and hearty, and both
he and his wife take a great interest in the
rapid stride-; of p-ogress in our own state, aa
well as the latest dispatches from the war in
the Trail-\ aal.
Seven grand children and two great grand
children were present The guests were Mr.
and Mrs. Jacob Hodgen, Sr., Mr and Mrs.
Marion Hamilton and family, Grandpa Blisb
Mrs. W. M. lee, Mr. and Mrs. Will Pointer,
Grandma Laird. Mr. and Mrs. John David
a i) and Capt. Bloomer.
That Grandpa Waldrip may li\e to see
many more birthdays i.s the wish of all.
PEN AW A WA.
The entertainment and basket social given
by tie Washington Literary Society was a
grand success and was well attended by peo
ple fir.in Alkali II it, Willow creek, Union tltt
and Ping, (lartield county. The house was
Crowded and the order was very good. The
program and music wan splendid, and length
en. 1 by the aid of Mi-s Bernice Comer's
school, of Cram district, who was down with
all her school children and aided much in the
program; and there were others that took part
in playing the organ and singing songs. After
the . ntertainment a splendid supper was
served; following that they danced and en
joyed themselves until broad day light. This
is the closing of a five month's school, Mr.
Otto Menig, teacher, who deserves much
praise and credit f «»r conducting a successful
ti ran without a hitch, and he will leave a host
of friends here.
Mrs. Kate Humphrey, <>f Porneroy, is over
ami has sold her place to Mr. F. R. Schmidt,
merchant, hire.
Mr. F- Pincher'ts residence caught fire Sun
day morning while they were milking and
burned around the stove pipe; but little dum
:ige was d< ne.
Rev. Elder Stamp, of St. John, was down
last week boldiDg quarterly meeting
Mr. aid Mis. .Ic-hn Kenoyer was down vis
iting one day last w< ek.
Master Colby Harper visited friends here.
The weather was most delightful for the
pa>t week, and a good crop of fruit is looked
for.
Mr. Clint Severs was down for posts one
day last we< k.
Mr. and Mrs. Fincher have gone to Pullman
as their daughter, Mrs. tl. C. King, is very
sick.
Mr. C. C. Smith and Miss Bessie Genett
visited the Cram school one day last week.
S. C. Roberts, Bchool superintendent,visited
the school at this place Thursday.
Mis. E D. Smith, of Colfax, c:uiij down on
business to her orchard.
KAMI AC.
Eimer A.-kins has bought and moved Char
ley Storey's house onto law ranch, where be
will reside m the near future.
Gage Whitney and Claud Goocfa was on the
butte list week and caught » jack-rabbit.
Will Torrey started his incubator this week.
Weekpecthe will stock the poultry market
this summer.
Clyde Whitney, of Cuba, has sent to his
mother for gooseberries and currants. He
says, "I am tired of oranges and bananas,
and want something sour."
Miss Lola P>errv, of Idaho, is visiting her
sister, Mrs. Will Torrey, this week.
Mrs. Darling's quilting party of the 21sl
was not well attended on account of the hard
rain. Those present were: Mrs. Chapin, Mrs.
Torrey, Mrs. Greer and Mrs. Alhrecht.
The dance at Frank Wilson's was well at
tended by the young people of the butte.
Charley Duncan, in trying to chop off an
old hen's head, chopped ( >ff the id. x ami
middle lingers of his left hand.
Mrs. McCown's well caved ia this week. It
whs walled up in lx' 4.
Dive Whitney has been making a straight
channel for the creek in his Held by putting in
dans.
Born, .March 2, t<> Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Temper.), a daughter.
Le>U-r Daly baa th» "bi? jaw." In trjiug
to run away from it he met it coming.
Tl i •■■ Dg of the robin and meadow lark a;i
noui cming of spring.
IN CONDOLENCE.
Resolutions of respect and condolence,
Farmington Camp No. !'■>-', Woodmen of the
World:
Whereas, It h:is pleased the Supreme Kuler
nf the Universe, in His infinite wisdom, to
enter mir forest and remove from oar midst by
the hand of death our esteemed and beloved
neighbor and camp physician, J. H. Carper,
one whom none knew but to honor and love;
be it
Kesolwd, That in tin* hour of deep bereave
ment we tender the afflicted children our deeD
and earnest sympathy, fur we are joined with
tiiem in sorrow. They have lost a noble
father, we a true and trusted neighbor and
esteemed friend. We commend them for con
solation to lie who loveth his children so well
that He pave His only beloved son that we
may not perish, but have everlasting lie; and
be it further
Resolved, That these resolutions be spread
on the minutes of our camp, and that our
charter be draped in mourning for thirty days
in respect for our deceased neighbor, and a
copy ut the resolutions be furnished the be
leaved children, and the press.
C. D. Hey wool >,
S, c.. Lka.ch,
H. G. Taylok,
Committee, Fannington, Wash.
COLFAX COLLEGE.
A number of the trustees were at the college
Tuesday morning and addressed the students.
The ipring term began Wednesday, with
Rev. T. iT. Collins as teacher, in the place of
Prof Sehlaueh.
There will be no society meeting this week,
bat look for the program next week.
KXDICOTT.
Married, March 1, at the parsonage of the
German Congregational church,by the pastor,
Rev. J. M. Preiss, Charley Laird of Diamond
and Miss Cora Howard of Endieott. They
carry with them tha he>l wishes of many
friends f,, r a long and happy life.
Mrs. Eliza Ballaine died March 1 at the
home of her son i,»-ar Endioott, aged 61 years
She was the mother of ,1. X., A. 1. and
irar.k Lallaine am] an old resident of this
m^i"' 'I'he relualns were taken to Walla
\Valla f i burial betide those of her husband
who died several years ag... She had been a
consistent member of the methodist church for
40 years and a highly respected lady.
AROUND THK COUNTY.
Eight Missouri familieH arrived at Garfield
last week and will scatter over the Palooae
country.
Tekoa has completed a comfortable pe»t
house and js now awaiting a f t w cases of
smallpox.
Lloyd & Carter have sold their farm north
Of bteptoe butte to Chas. Warren. Consider
ation, S4GUO.
S°s2f? Tf n! unr= Hon. W. L. LaFollette
sold »000 bushels of his Its wheat Thursday
to l'almertou & Harvey, for 39 cents f. o. b.
F. P. Connell, who has resided 25 yoars on
hu farm near Tekoa, haa leased it and intends
to take a well-earned vacation this summer.
He will make an extensive trip east
Garfield Enterprise: L, W. Follis came in
from his farm Tuesday and took his chickens
out—what wan left of them. He Bays at least
a d( zen of them have been taksn since Stude
htair went to Colfax.
Though Oakesdale as yet has no smallpox
cases, precautions have been taken against
those about Seltice by dosing tho schools and
public meetings and prohibiting children from
appearing on the streets.
The Oakesdale sto^k of the Hiestand War
ner Mercantile Company which recently went
into bankruptcy, was Bold to D. 1.. lvJnncdy
of I'nrtland at ."><)£ cents on the dollar. The
l'alouse Htock sold at tiO cents.
Rosalia Citizen: K. J. Howard marketed
two turkeys of the Mammoth Bronze breed
that weighed 20!, pounds dressed. They were
hatched the latter part of May. They brou-ht
§;i 69 each. Why do people raise scrubs when
they can secure such birds as these?
Pullman Herald: The insurance companies
have adjusted the loss on Geo. N. Henry's
h:irn, which burned last week, and allowed in
full on all the destroyed property which was
covered. The amount paid was $3050, This
however, represents less than half of the loss,
as the property destroyed was not fully cov
ered.
Falouse is on the right track in the organiza
tion of an effective business men's league, co
work for the niteresfs of the town. C. E.
Frederick is president, ,T. L. Follansby secre
tary and H. M. Boono treasurer. It is pro
posed to make a united pull for the good of
the town, and with the livo men at the head
much should be accomplished.
Pullman Herald: The members of the
Spanish class at the college have organized
themselves into a Spanish society for the pur
pose of conversing in that language. These
meetings are (if great value in supplementing
the work of the class room. The class was
very pleasantly entertained during its last
meeting at the home of Miss Gertrude Mac-
Kay. A social Spanish chat was carried on
to a late hour.
Snake river correspondence of Colton Xews-
Letter: The heavy rain Wednesday of hist
week overflowed all the stream* tributary to
Snake river, doing considerable damage to
roads and trails at Bishop's bar. J. E.
Bishop's woven wire fence caught the debris
that washed down Keith's gulch and caused
the yard and garden to be Hooded. The water
rushed down Wawawai creek with such force
that it carried away the large packingr house
situated at the mouth of the creek.
Colton News-Letter: Monday night Dep
uty Sheriff Steward came up from Colfax and
next morning attached the goods of H. G.
Fritz, which were at the depot awaiting ship
ment to Seattle. Mr. Mel. r^y had the at
tachment made, claiming that some goods be
longed in the store. Mr. Fritz said they were
millinery goods belonging to his wife, but
finally paid £.">0 to release the attachment and
left with his family Wednesday morning for
Seattle,where he expects to work at the print
ing trade.
N OUT H \V EBT N B \V S.
A petition of 600 names has been sent from
Kittitas valley against the Foster grazing bill.
It is reported that all the best hop yards of
the Yakima district will In- again worked the
coming season.
Foreign wheat shipments from Portland,
Oregon, for the week ending March 1 were
704,U00 bushels.
W'hatcom county taxpayers are agitating
the matter of a special tax levy to build roads
to mining districts of the county.
Four hundred cavalry hom>s and p<>ck mules
arrived at Seattle, Feb. 'J(i, for transportation
to Manila on the Port Stephens.
Isaac Bastian of North Yakima, will next
year be a centenarian. He is the oldest citi
zen in Yakima county, and claims to be of
kin to Napoleon.
Mrs. Jane Kees, who died near Lebanon,
Oregon, a few days ago, left an estate valued
at about J?ll!0,000, m «tly in money. She left
no children, and the money goes to her broth
ers and sisters.
Geo. W. Lamoreau, defaulting clerk and re
corder of Ada county. Idaho, pleaded guilty
to embezzlement of .^:>00 deposited a*, a cash
bond and has been sentenced to seven years
in the state penitentiary. There aie many
charges agaiust him.
The whaleback Inverness, which ur ived at
Tort Rlakely last week, is the forerunner of
an immense trade with Siberia, t-he beiDg one
of a Beet of ships to be engaged in that trade.
Service for the preseut is to be each 40 days.
With the completion of the railroad, however,
aud the opening up of the immense area of
interior Siberia it is proposed to bring the
time of departure down to sailings at inter
vals of 20 days.
At Centralia, where 150 cases of smallpox
are reported, Dr. T. J. Colemr.n, a prominent
physician of Chehalis, was rotten-e^ed while
on a professional visit to Dr. Ikiggw. Dr.
Coleman has taken a prominent part in the
recent smallpox excitement, being one of the
first doctors who pronounced the malady
smallpox. There were a number of pistol
shots and some excitement. The sympathy of
the public seems, however, to be with the
egg throwers. Dr. Coleman went back to
Chehalis without unnecessary delay,
John, Charles and Emma, aged respectively
5, 7 and '.'. children of Charles Wenger, living
11 miles north of Olympia, were burned to
death Saturday night. The parents were ab
sent from home attending a dance, and an
elder si.ter, aged 12, was left in charge of the
house and children. She was badly burned in
attempting to rescue her brothers and sister.
Being unsuccessful, she filially jumped from a
second story window ei^ht feet from the
ground. Ihe fire is supposed to have origin
ated from the explosion of an air-tight heater.
Minstrels.
Richards & Pringle's Famous Georgia
Minstrels embodies the biggest, brightest an i
best in this popular line of amusement. Every
feature presented is original and up-to-date.
Forty well known names appear on its roster:
two big military bands furnish the choicest
music for its big free street parade; a well
trained orchestra of fifteen pieces supplies the
music for its in-door performance. The fam
ous troup of Arabs, the greatest tumblers and
acrobats of the century, specially engaged for
this show, which also includes a host of vaude
ville entertainers, minstrel amusers of the
highest class, and a score of spectacular sur
prises, dialect tongs, negro melodies, comedy,
acrobats, trick-bicyclist, grotesque aud fancy
dances, tight wire walking and funny comedi
ans. Altogether presenting one of the latest
and greatest efforts of this popular firm of
pioneer managers Remember the big show
will appear at L\>lfax Opera House on Mon
day evenirjg, March 12. Prices 50c, 73c, and
91. Seats at Hamilton's, Saturday, 10th.
<V>UW\ (;AZKTTK. COLFAX. WASHINGTON, MARCH 9, 1900.
\>IONG THK CHURCHES.
The Catholic congregation „i Colfax
will celebrate tue solemnity of St. Pat
ricks day on Sunday, March 18. A
special choir in now being trained and a
pretty decoration being deviled for the
solemn occasion. The first service on
that day will commence at 8 a. in., in
order to afford those who desire to com
municate a favorable opportunity. The
solemn service, consisting of high mass
and panegyric on St. Patrick, will be
conducted at I<):.'s<> a. ra. A cordial
welcome in extended to all who wish to
attend.
The subject for the Christian Science
lesson sermon fur March 11 is "Matter."
Golden text: Take heed unto yourselves,
lest ye forget the covenant ol the Lord
your God, which he made with you, and
make you a graven image, or the like
ness of anything which the Lord thy
God hath fcrbidden thee. Deuteronomy
4:2.'5. All are welcome.
Methodist Episcopal church, Sunday,
March 11: Preaching 11 a. in.: subject,
"Keep Yourselves ia the Love of God."
I.veiling, "A Strange Audience, a Strange
Preacher, a Strange Effect." Epworth
it-ague at 6:30. Welcome, everybody
not worshiping elsewhere. Jno. Webster
Plesber, Minister.
Preaching by the pastor at the Bapt
ist church Sunday morning and evening.
Communion after morning service.
Concert To-Ni«jht.
Program of the concert to be given
at the congregational church this even
ing:
Doni/.etti Lucia DiLaraermoor
Miss Cromwell and Mrs. Puffer.
R^ff Cavatina
Prof. (). A. Haueibach.
Gounod Faust
Mrs. Puffer and ('apt. Kinzie.
Gottschalk Tremo'.o
Ethelwynn Jessie Cromwell.
Moscagni . . .Drinking Song—Cavalleria
Capt. Kinzie, [Rusticana
Richard Harding Davis Boy Orator of Jefata
Prof. 0. A. Haiurbach. [City
Nevin Davis
Maude Elaine Puffer.
Violin Obligato . Trof. Hanorbach
De Koven Rob Roy
Mrs. Puffer and Capt. Kinzie.
Accompanist Miss Cromwell
This program was given in Pullman
iast week, and each number was received
with great enthusiasm.
Marriage licenses.
.J. A. Bernard, Spokane, and Eva It.
Chambers, Spalding: Win. 15. Bruihl and
Cora Honn, Winona; Charley Laird,
Diamond, and Cora Howard, Kudicott.
A Fiendish Attack.
An attack was lately made on C. F.
Collier of Cherokee, lowa, that nearly
proved fatal. It came through hi* kid
aeys. His back <rot ho lame he could
not stoop without great pain, nor sit in
a chair except propped by cushions. No
remedy helped him until he tried Elec
tric Bitters which effected such a won
derful change that he writes be feels like
a new man. This marvelous medicine
cures backache and kidney trouble,
purifies the blood and builds up your
health. Only 50c at The Elk Drag Store,
F. J. Stone, I'rop o
Coyote I'elis Wanted.
Fifty to 7.~> cents each for coyote pelts
delivered at 1. I>. Ilarrin' meat market,
Colfax. Owner can keep scalp. Ed.
Kennel.
H. W. Goff writes reliable Insurance.
PUBLIC SALE
I oiler for sale to the highest
bidder, at the
PUSSY WILJLOW KANT 11
Two miles from Pullman, on the
Guy Road, on
Thursday, March 15th
following described property, to wit:
IIOKSES.
Black Gelding "Jim,'' seven years old past,
weighs over 1500; a splendid work horse.
Black Mare "Jennie," seven years old past,
half sister to "Jim" and good 'match lor him;
weighs about 1500.
Brown Team "Dewey" and "Sampson," geld
ings, five past, out of French Canadian stall
ion, worked two seasons.
Gray Mare "Nellie," five past, weighs over 1500;
splendid young mare.
Bay Gelding "Dick," live past, blocky, weighs
about 1200; the best type of horse fur general
farm work.
Sorrel Gelding "Billy," worked through two
st asons, weighs about 1100; a good horse.
Gray Mare "Nancy," good work and saddle ani
mal, weighs about 1100.
Sorrel Mare "Molly," a magnificent young mare,
coming four, gentle, well broken, weighs l">00.
Sorrel Gelding "Davie," a line young horse,
coming four, worked part of the" past season.
Gray Mare "Maud," weighs 1300, a good brood
and draft mare.
(.ray Mare "Gipsy," weighs about 1250. a splen
did brood mare, gentle and reliable for all
kinds of work.
Brown Mare "Fanny," Hambletonian stock,
worked two seasons, well built and strong.
Sorrel Mare "Flora," about twelve, weighs over
IKM. an easy keeper and stands up to the work
with Larger horses.
Hay Mare, a tine young mare that will make a
1300 pound animal.
Two-year-old Mare Colt, of Hambletonian stock.
The above horses have been grain fed and are
ready for business.
MACHINERY, WAGONS, TOOLS, Etc
A Hodge No. J Header, in good condition and
good for much service—Three large Header
Beds—A Combined Header and Binder, 12-foot
cut, nearly as good as new, cost ?300—A Monitor
Shoe Prill, nearly new—An <>M Hoosier Hoe
Drill—One Wagon and Bed—One Wagon (run
ning gears)— One old Wagon- rwo California
16-foot Racks—Two Hay Hacks—One 14 inch and
one L2-inch John Deere Gang Plow—One 14-inch
Gang I'll p\v— One 4-section Iron Harrow—One
Walking Plow—One Planet Junior orchard Cul
tivator, a splendid tool—One Corn Cultivator—
One all-steel Hay Rake—One I>ise Harrow— One
Weed Cutter—Two Mowers One Grindstone —
One Maine No. 2 Bob Sled -Several sets of Har
ness -Forks, shovels, Maul, Small Tools, single
and Double-trees, Etc.
HOGS.
I will also offer for sale some of my pure bred
Berkshire boars and sows as breeding stock.
TERMS OF SALE—For all sums under $10.00,
cash; for sums of $10.00 or over, a credit of six
months will be given, purchaser giving his note
with approved security.
Sale will begin at 10:30 a. m.
E. A. BRYAN.
Notice for Publication.
George Askins
Land Office at Walla Walla, Wash., March 7th.
1900.—Notice is hereby given that the following
named settkr has filed notice of his intention
to make final proof in support of his claim,and
that said proof will be made before Wm. A. In
man, U. S. commissioner, at Colfax, Wash., on
Friday, April 20,1900, via: George Askins, who
made homestead entry No. 5782,10r the NE>. of
see. 27, Tp. * N., R. 41 E. W. M. He names the
following witnesses to prove his continuous res
idence upon and cultivation of said land, viz:
George W. Gates. William Parvin, James Parvtn
and Alexander 11. Lynch, all of Colfax, Wash.
JOHN M. HILL, Register.
COLFAX MARKETS.
DKALKBS PAT.
CKM.v-Whfat. Club, per bu, sacked, 36j;
blu>su.m age. Oats, per cwt, 85c. Barley
per cwt, :<7h-.
Hat— Titiidthy baled, per ton, $10; loose,
18; grain, baled, $9; loose, $7.
*X" its - Apples, per lb, IJ.-; dried fruits,
per lb, 4cdj 15c.
ErTTER -Creamery, cash, per lb, 27c: ranch,
cash, 1, Jc(g 20c. Cheese, per lb, lie.
V KtiETAULKs. — Potatoes, per cwt . 40c;
Omons.per cwt.,6fa Cabbage,per cwt ,?1 2. r) C
Beans, per lb., 4c.
Poultby—Chickens, live, pet lb., 84a Tur
keys, live, per lb., 9c.
Egos.— Per d(j/.en, cash, 10c
KKTAII. PRII BS.
Groceries.— Granulated sugar, per 100 lb.
sack, 96.25.
Bitten—Creamery, HOo; ranch, 18c@25c.
Cheese, per lb. 20c.
Eggs. — Per dozen, 15c.
Meats.—Beef, fresh, per lb., 7cfo 15c; pork,
fresh, 10c@12Jc; mutton, fresh, 12*c@15c.
Bacon, breakfast, 14c; salt, 10c: hams, 15c;
shoulders, lie. Lard, 3 lb. bucket, 40c;". lb.
bucket, tJOc; 101b. bucket, $1.15.
Mn i. Feei>. — Bran, per ton, $9; shorts, per
ton, $11, Chopped barley, per ton, ?20.
thicken feed, per cwt., |1.
Floik.—Wholesale, per bbl., $2.6o;retail,
per 50 lb sack, 75c;
THE SOCIAL SIDE.
On Tuesday evening, the college faculty,
Professor l'luuinjer, Miss Park, Miss Cham
bers and a number of students anil friends of
Miss Martha Schreiber, met at the home of
her parents and partook freely of the feativ
itiea of the occasion,which consisted of various
games and charades. At the close of these ex
ercises luncheon was served, followed by a
taffy pulling. It was evident that the crowd
wa- there for a good time and they had it.
When the party broke up Miss Schreib-r w.s
the recipient of many congratulations on the
success of the party.
Monday evening, March sth, the members
of the Epworth League gave a pleasant sur
prise party to Stanley, Ernest and Turner
Hunton at their home. Charade?, proverbs,
mune, songs, conversation and light refreUi
ments were the spices of the evening.
A. U. De Fluent, editor of the Journal,
Doyleatown, Ohio, suffered for a number
of years from rheumatism in his right
shoulder and side. He says: "My right
arm at times was entirely useless. I
tried Chamberlain's Pain Balm, and was
suprised to receive relief almost immedi
ately. The Pain Halm has been a con
stant companion of mine ever since and
it never fails.'' For sale by all druggists.
A full line of Uunther's famous candies,
at The Elk Druir Store.
Sfgg^ Candles
• ■ harm :>f I !!►• dr iwn g L>
j: room or houd iir an the softly rudi- fc/1
...-lit from (JORDOV \ Candle.-. E
/_i Nn'lii;;^ will contribute more '■ > i !i ■ j j
mTJ/ artistic Hucceas of the luni'heon, i-
SB "^ ten <>; (inii.rr. The bent decorative "*
H )=s[ candles for the simplest or the ■
rWY most elaborate function—for cot- i
_-A tape or mansion. Made in all colon y
V*-Tf and the most delicate tints by *
I | ITAMIAKII SMI. CO.
and sold everywhere.
Contest Notice.
Department of the Interior, United States
Land Office, Walla Walla, Wash., January 25th,
1900. A sufficient contest affidavit having been
Hied in this office by Thomas S. Brannon, of
Wilcox, Wash., contestant, against homestead
entry No. -r>:;-v>, made September 27th,1890, fur E] ..
NK 1, ami K'j sK 1,, Section 27, Township 11 N"
Range i:; E, by Hurry C. Hawley, contestee, in
which it is alleged that: Harry "C. Hawley, the
contestee therein named, has wholly abandoned
said tract embraced in his said homestead entry
Ko. 5355, for the past four years, and that said
abandonment is not due to employment of said
contestee by the government of the United
States in the army, navy, or marine corps, as a
private soldier, officer, seaman, or marine dur
ing the war with Spam or during any other war,
said parties are hereby notified to appear, re
spond and offer evidence touching said allega
tion at 10 o'clock a. m.,on March 20th, 1900, be
fore Win A. Inman, V. 8. Commissioner, at
his office In Colfax, Wash., and that linal hear
ing will be held at 10 o'clock a. m. on March
27th. 1900, before the Register and Receiver at
the United states Land Office in Walla Walla,
Wash.
The said contestant having, in a proper ailida
vit, filed January 25th, 1900, set forth facts which
show that after dne diligence, personal service
of this notice can not be made, it is hereby ord
ered and directed that such notice be given by
due and proper publication.
John M. HILL, Register,
THOMAS MOSGROVE, Receiver.
Notice of Settlement of Final Ac-
count.
In the superior court of Whitman county.state
of Washington
In the matter of the estate of Susannah Steen,
deceased.
Notice is hereby given that W li. Silkworth,
administrator of the estate of Susannah steen,
deceased, has rendered and presented for settle
ment and tiled in said court his final account of
his administration of said estate, and that Sat
urday, the ah day of April, 1900, at the hour of 1
o'c lock p. m. of said day, at the court room of
said court, in the city of Colfax, Whitman coun
ty, state of Washington, has been duly appoint
ed by the said court for the settlement of said
account, at which time and place any person
interested in said estate may appear and tile his
exceptions in writing to said account and con
test the same.
Dated March 6th, 1900.
W. W. RENFREW, County Clerk.
Wm. A. Ininan, attorney for estate.
Notice to Creditors.
In the superior court of the state of Washing
ton, in and for Whitman county.
In the matter of the estate of Fliai Johnson,
deceased.
To the creditors of the above named Elias
Johnson, deceased.
You will please take notice that the under
signed has been appointed executrix of the last
will and testament of Elias Johnson, deceased,
and all the creditors of said Flias Johnson are
hereby notified and required to present their
claims, with the necessary vouchers, for ap
proval, to the undersigned, at the office of H.
w. Canfield, Ksq., attorney-at-law, in Colfax,
Whitman county, Washington, within one year
from the date hereof.
Dated this JTth day of February, A. D. 1900.
" MARGARET JOHNSON,
F'xecutrix of the last will and testament of
Elias Johnson, deceased.
Notice for Publication.
George W. Rhoads.
Land Office at Spokane Falls, Wash., Febru
ary 28, l'JOO.—Notice is hereby given that the fol
lowing-named settler has filed notice of his in
tention to make final proof in support of his
claim, and that said proof will be made be
fore W. W. Renfrew, the county clerk and clerk
of the superior court of Whitman county,
Washington, at Colfax, Washington, on April
23, I'.iuO, viz: George W. Rhoads. who made
Hd entry No. 11780, for the E l.. sw> 4 and w;.
SE 4 See. 31, Tp. 17 X.. R. 45 E.*>V. M. He names
the following witnesses to prove his continuous
residence upon, and cultivation of, said land,
viz: George Z. Ickes and George W. Harper, of
Palouse. Wash.. George N. Hill and Marshall C-
Chase, of Colfax. Wash.
WILLIAM H. LTJDDRN, Register.
Notice for Publication.
George V. Hume.
Land Office at Spokane Falls, Wash., March
7th, 1900.—Notice is hereby given that the fol
lowing named settler has tiled notice of his in
tention to make final proof in support of his
claim, and tlm said proof will be made before
Wm, A. Inman, U. S. commissioner for the dis
trict of Washington, at Colfax, Washington, on
April 21st, 1900, viz: George V. Hume, who made
homestead entry No. 1177b, for the \\ '•■, NE l 4 See.
27, Tp. 17 N., R." 44 E. W. M. He names the fol
lowing witnesses to prove his continuous resi
dence upon, and cultivation of. said land, viz:
William H. Hill and George A. Draper, of Elber
ton. Wash.; Samuel H. Dole and Doctor Frank
lin Hunt, of Colfax.
WILLIAM H. LCDDEX, Register.
"Good Beginnings
Make GoodEndings/'
>fti ate making a good beginning ivhcn
you commence to take Hood's Sarsaparilla
for any trouble of your bloody stomach,
kidneys or liver. Persistently taken, this
great medicine <will bring ycu the good end
ing of perfect health, strength and vigor.
Order to Show C'aune.
In the superior court of Whitman county
state of Washington.
In the matter of the estate of William H.
Paige, deceased.
Order to show cause why decree of distribu
tion should not be made-
On reading and Bling the petition of George
W. Paige, administrator of the estate of \\ Illlani
H. Paige, deceased, setting forth that more than
one year has elapsed since his appointment, and
more than one year has passea Bince the Brs!
publication of notice to creditors, and that no
i [aim has been presented and allowed against
said estate, that all the debts and expenses oi
administration have been duly paid, and that a
portion of said estate remains to be divided
among the heirs at law oi said deceased, and
praying among other things fur an order of dis
tribution of the residue of s«id estate among
tlio persons entitled.
It is ordered tnut al! persons interested In the
estate of William H. Paige, deceased, be and
appear before the superior conn of Whitman
county, state of Washington, at the court room
ol said court, nt Colfax, in said county and
state aforesaid, on the 31st day of March, A. I>.
1900, at 11 o'clock a. in . then and there to show
cause why an order of distribution should not
lie made oi the residue of said estate among the
heirs at law of said deceased, according to law.
It is further ordered thai a copy of thi- order
be published for four successive weeks before
the said idst day of March. A I>. 1900 in the Col
fax Gazette, a newspaper printed and published
in Whitman county, state of Washington.
Dated 28th day of Feb., 1900
WILLIAM McDONALD, Superior Judge
State of Washington, county of Whitman v
1, W. W. Renfrew, county clerk and clerk of
the superior court of Whitman county state of
Washington, do hereby certify that the forego
ing is a full, true and correct copy of an order
made and entered of record upon' the minutes
of the said superior court.
Witness my hand and official seal affixed, this
■JMi, day of February, A. D. 1900.
[Seal] w. W. RENFREW,
Order to Show Caus«\
In the superior court of Whitman county,
state of Washington.
In the matter Of the estate Of Susannah Steen,
deceased.
Order to show cause whj decree of distribu
tion Should nut he made.
On reading and filing the petition of W. I!.
Silkworth, administrator of the estate of Sus
annah Steen, deceased, Betting forth that he tins
filed his final account of liis administration ol
the estate of said deceased in this court, and
that the same is ready for settlement; that all
the debts and expenses of administration have
been duly paid, and that a portion of said estate
remains to be divided among the heirs of said
deceased, and praying among other things for
an order of distribution of the residue of said
estate among the persons entitled.
It is ordered that all persons interested in the
estate of Susannah steen, deceased, be and ap
pear before the superior court of Whitman
county, slate of Washington, at the court room
of said court, at Colfax, in Baid county and state
aforesaid, the 7th day of April, A. I>. 1900, at 1
o'clocK p. in., and then and there to show caure
why an order of distribution should not be
made of the residue of said estate among the
heirs of said deceased, according to law.
It is further ordered that a copy of this order
be published for four successive weeks before
the said 7th day of April, A. 1). 1900, in the Col
fax liazette, a newspaper printed and published
in Whitman county, state of Washington
Dated March6th, 1900.
WIN-1 am McDONALD, Superior Judge.*
state of \\ ashington, county of Whitman ss.
I, W. W. Renfrew, county clerk and clerk of
the superior court ol Whitman county, state of
Washington, do hereby certify that the forego
ing is a full, true and correct copy Of an order
made and entered of record upon the minutes
of the said superior court.
Witness my hand and official seal affixed, this
sixth day of March, A. D. 1900.
[SealJ W. W. RENFREW.
County Clerk.
Sheriirs Sale.
State of Washington, county of Whitman ss.
In the superior court of the state of Washing
ton, in and lor Whitman county.
The Oregon Mortgage Company, Limited, a
corporation, plaintiff, vs. Henry H. Bakerand
Mary E. l'.aker, his wife, The First National
Bank of Oakesdale, Washington, a corporation,
and J. Ogle, as trustee of the stockholders oi the
First National Bank of Oakesdale, Washington,
a corporation, defendants.
Decree of foreclosure and order of sale.
By virtue of a decree and order of sale, made
and" entered in the above entitled cause and
court, on the 21sl day of February, 1900, a
copy of which has been issued and certified to
me by the clerk of the said court, under the seal
thereof, bearing date the -Ist day of February,
I'JOO, for the sum ol $954.40, gold coin, with
interest at the rate of 10 per cent per annum
from the -Ist day of February, 1900, and
the further sum of $16.70, costs, and the farther
sum of |47.70, attorney's fees, and also the
increased costs thereon, I, Joseph Canutt.sheriff
of Whitman county, Washington, will on the
24th day of March, 1900, at the hour of
two o'clock p. m. of said day, at the south front
door of the Whitman county court house, at
Colfax, Whitman county, state of Washington,
sell at public auction to the highest bidder,
for cash, the following described real estate,
situated, lying and being in Whitman county,
Washington and particularly described us fol
lows, to-wit: Ihe east half of the northeast
quarter and the east half of the southeast quar
ter of Section 18, Township 20 north, of Range
13, east of the Willamette Meridian, containing
160 acres, more or less. Together witb all and
singular the tenements, hereditaments and ap
purtenances thereunto belonging or in anywise
appertaining. Said property is taken and sold as
the property of Henry 11. Baker and other.-, de
fendants.
Dated at Colfax. Whitman county, Washing
ton, this 21st day of February, l'JOO."
JOSEPH CAN I IT,
Bherifl of Whitman County, Washington.
By C A. Elmer, Deputy.
Winfree A; McCroskey, attorneys for plaintiff.
Sheriff's Sale of Iteal Estate.
By virtue of an execution, issued out of the
superior court of the state of Washington, in and
lor the county of Walla Walla, holding at Walla
Walla, in Walla Walla county, in said state, and
to me directed and delivered, for a judgment
rendered in said court at Walla Walla, on a
judgment rendered before William Glasford,
Esq., justice of the peace, on the loth day of
January, 1900, in favor of Lee Kirk, plaintiff.and
against James w. Woodward,defendant, tor the
sum of 526.00, principal, attorney's fees and
costs and tbe further sum of $lu.um, attorneys
fees, and $1.35 accrued eost<; of suit, I have
levied on the following described real estate, to
wit: Ix>ts eleven and twelve, in block si.xty
three, in W. F. Simpson's addition to the town
of (.aitield,according to the recorded plat there
of, situated, lying and being in Whitman coun
ty. Washington.
"Notice is hereby given that on Saturday, the
lOihday of March, 1900, at the hour of two o'clock
p. m, of said day. at the south front door of the
courthouse in Colfax, in the county of Whit
man, said state, I will sell all the right, title
and interest of the said James W. Woodward,
defendant in and to the above described real
estate, at public auction, to the highest and best
bidder, to satisfy said execution and all costs.
Given under my hand this :.;i>t day of Janu
ary, UOO.
JOSEI'H CANUTT,
Sheriff of Whitman County, Washington.
By C. A. Elmer, Deputy.
Public Land Sale.—lsolated Tract.
Notice U hereby given that in pursuance of
instructions from the commissioner of the gen
eral land office, under authority vested in him
by section 2455, United States Revised Statutes,
as amended by the ECt of congress approved
February 26th, 1895, we will proceed to oiler at
public sale on the 14th day of April, 1900, at the
hour of 10 o'clock, at this oflice, the following
tract of land, to-wit: the s\v' 4 mv 1,, and nw' 4
su 1.,, .Sec. 14. T. 14, N\, R 11 K. \V. M.
Any and all persons claiming adversely the
above-described lands are advised to tile their
claims Id this offife on or before the day above
designated for the commencement of said sale,
otherwise their rights will be forfeited.
Done at the United States land office at Walla
Walla, Washington, this 27th day of February,
1900.
J<>HX M- HILL, Register,
THOMAS MOaGROYE, Receiver.
in the Bitpeil
ton, In and for \\ bitman county.
nces i. Dodge, plaintiff, vs. Blley B. Hat-
I. \. an.l Kiley B. II itli .. administrator ol the
■■ "f Kachel B Hatley, deceased and Mary
K. Paulls, N 3. Hatley, Armlnda Alice Klndall,
Nora Stout, Lalu O. CUwaoa, WillUm Minim
Hatlej (a minor), Walter Hatley (a minor), Bur
ton Hatley a minor), Archie Hatley (a minor),
ii.ir" ol Kacbel B. Hatley, deceased, w c lUt
lej and clemina Hatley, his wile, and i \
I eighton, defendants *
.-ute of Washington, county ol Whitman ■
The State of Washington, to the said Armln
da Alue Klndall, Nora Stout and C \ Leigh
i >n, delendai h
You lire hereby summoned and requixed to
appear in the superior court ol the state of
liugton, in and for Whitman county with
in sixty days alter the date of the Qrsi pub
lion of this summons, to-wit: within sixty days
after the - .;'il ■!«> ol February, 1900, and defend
the above entitled art;.mi in the above entitled
court, and answer the complaint of the plaintiff
Id action, and serve a copy ■<( your shM
answer on J. N. Pick rell. the undersigned at
torney for plaintiff, at his office In Colfax In
the county of Whitman, state ol Washington,
and if you fail to appear and defend said action
and answer the complaint of the plaintiff afore
said, within the time aforesaid, judgment will
be rendered against y< refine to the de
mand of the said complaint, whli h ims been
tiled with the clerk of said court. The object
of the above entitled action is to recover thi
ol ?i iOO, the amount ol one principal note and
Interest Lherton from October l-t, 1899, until
paid, at 12 per i ent per annum, and six ml
coupon nous, one for the sum of f'u..*> and
interest thereon from the 2nd day of No> ember
1896, until paid, lit the rate ol lj per cent per
annum, and each mid every ol the other five
■ii notes for 11 >1 $io •00 t -n< h, and
numbered 1, 2, 3, land 5, and due and payable
as follows, to-wit: Interest coupon note No i
due and payable October Ist, I8!>5; Interest con'
(■on note numbered .', due ami payable < tctober
Ist, 18%; interest coupon note numl>ered I due
and payable October Ist, 18U7; Interest coupon
note numbered 4, due and payable October Ist
l vl.'-; and interest coupon note numbered 5 due
tinil payable October Ist. ih99 Each of sal<l
interest coupon notes draw Interest after nu
turity al the rate of V 2 per cent per annum, until
paiu. The sunl of ■* 11.• -• taxes paid by plaintiil
up»n the 1 premisc-B bereinatter de
d, and Interest thereon at the rate ol !■
per cent per annum, until paid, from the 11th
day of July. 18'JS, and the further sum ol one
hundred fifty dollars, attorney fees, the pay
ment of which Baid notes, taxes and attorney's
fee is secured by a mortgage duly recorded
in the office of the county auditor oi Whitman
county, Washington, in Book 32 of mortgage
records, at page 187, and also to foreclose tin
said mortgage securing the payment ol the
.same, made, executed and deli\ ered on the ift'.th
day of October; 1889, by Franz Schallenberg and
Klizabeth Schallenberg to Thomas 8. Knit/.,
and assigned to tliis plaintiff, with the notes
thereby secured, and this plaintitl is now the
ltiwiui owner and holder ol the same The
property in said mortgage described is situated
in Whitman county, -tutt- of Washington, and
described as follow-, to-wit: The southwest
quarter (sw. 1 4 ') of Section twenty-eight (aJ), in
Township fourteen (ll) north, ol Kange forty
four ill) E. \V. M
Dated February 21st, 1
.1. N. I'KKKKI.I.,
Plain ti Us attorney, p >stoflice address, Colfax,
Whitman county, Washington,
County Clerk.
In the superior court of the state ol Washing
ton, in and for Whitman county.
Harry Cornwell, plaintiff, \*. Elizzabeth
Ward, and Sarah K. Cowles, Clara j. Ward,
James Sanford Ward, Henrietta Ward, Laura C
Ward, Bertha Ward, Hattie May Ward, Maud
Ward, an infant child whose true name is un
known, heirs ut law of .lames M. \\, lr d. de
ceased and Hartwell (J. Hasting and Sarah A
Basting, his w ife, defendants.
Slate of Washington, County ol Whitman
The state of Washington, to tJ ».- said Kli/./n
beth Ward and Clara J, Ward, James Ban ford
Ward, Henrietta Ward. Laura C. Wani, l'.ertha
Ward, Hattie May Ward, and Maud Ward, an
infant child whose true name is unknown.hem
at law oi Janus M. Ward, deceased, defendants.
You are hereby iiimmoned and required to
appear in the Superior court .if the Mate ol
Washington, in and for Whitman county, « ith
in sixty daj s niter the date of the Bret publica
tion if this summons, to-wit: within sixty days
after the 2ud day of February, A. 1). l'joo, and
defend the above entitled action in the above
entitled court, and answer the complaint oi the
plaiutin in -aid action, and serve a copy of your
said answer on 11. W ; Canfleld, the undersigned
attorney for plaintiff, al his office incolfax, in
the county of Whitman, state of Washington,
and if you fail to appear and defend said action
and answer tin- complaint ol the plaintiff afore
■aid within the time aforesaid, judgment will
be rendered against you, accoroing to the de
mand of said complaint. Which lias I v filed
with the clerk of said court. The object of the
above entitled action is to foreclose two mori
gages against the southwest quarter of section
32, township 20, Range v, in Whitman county,
Washington, one of which said mortgages "is
dated November 21st, 1890, for f 325 w, and Inter
est, and wafl recorded in the office of the coun
ty auditor of Whitman county, Washington, on
Nov. 2t>th, 1890, in 800k430f real mortgages, at
page i i thereof, and on which there is now due
the smii of £125.00 v ith inter, sr after December
l»t, 189 '. at hi per cent per annum, and $ni mi at
torney's fees,and costs; said mortgage was made
in favor of one James 11. Tallman aud assigned
to plaintiff;and the other ol which said tnorl
gages was dated November 24th, IX9I, for 1300.00,
and interest, and was recorded in the Office of
the county auditor "f Whitman county, in Hook
49 of Real Estate mortgages, at page (60 thereof,
on which there is now due the sum of $:io<) 00,
H ilh interest after August 1M . 1895, at 12 per cent
per annum, and $40.00 attorney's fees, made in
favor of plaintiff. Each and both of said mort
gages were made by said EUzzabetfa Ward, and
.lames M. Ward, now deceased.
Dated January 31, I'.HJO.
H. W. CANFIELD,
Plaintiff's attorney, postoffice address Colfax,
Whitman county, Washington.
Bnmmom lor Publication.
No.:
In the superior court of the state ol Washing
ton, in and for the county of \\ hitman.
Northwestern and Pacific Hypotheekbank
(Northwestern and Pacific Mortgage • lompany
a corporation, plaintiff, vs. W. K. Btephenson,
Sophia V. Btephenson, first National Kank of
Pullman, a corporation; The Bute Insurance
Company, a corporation, and the Boston Rubber
Shoe Company, a corporation, defendants,
The state of Washington to the said The State
Insurance Company, a corporation and the
in Rubber Shoe Company, a corporation,
defendants.
You are hereby summoned to appear within
sixty days after the date of the first publication
of this summons, to-wit, within sixty days after
the second 'My of February, A. l>., 1900, and de
fend the above entitled action in the above en
titled court, and answei the complaint of the
plaintiff, and serve a copy of your answer upon
the undersigned, attorneys for the plaintiff, at
their office below stated; and In ease ol your
failure so to do, judgment will be rendered
against you according to the demand oi the
plaint which has been filed with the clerk
of sai>! court.
The object of this action ii to recover of the
defendants, W. li. Btephenson and Sophia V.
Stephenson, the sum of six thousand nine hun
dred and seven mid forty-one hundredth*.
(sty.H'7.4l) dollars due upon two promissory notes,
made, executed and delivered by the •-aid de
fendants to the plaintiff on the 23rd day of De
cember, 1892, the payment of which Said
is set ured by a mortgage duly recorded In the
office of the auditor of this county and state iv
Book "56" of Mortgages, at p and also
to for. i lose the said mortgage securing the pay
ment of the same. The property in said mort
gage described is situate in Whitman county,
state of Washington, aud described as follows,
to-wit:
The northeast quarter and the south half of
the northwest quarter, and the northeast quarter
of the northwest quarter of section thirty-one
CM), and the northwest quarter oi the north
west quarter of section thirty-two 32 , in town
ship fourteen (11) north, range forty-five (45),
East of the Willamette .Meridian.
BLAKE* POST,
Attorneys for plaintiff, X O. address, Ex
change National Bank Building, Spokane, Spo
kane Co., Washington.
Notice to Creditors.
In the district court oi the tlnlted States, for
the district of Washington, southern division.
In bankruptcy.
In the matter of George W. Lame, bank
rupt.
To the creditors of George W. I.arue, of Col
fax, in the county of Whitman and district afore
said, bankrupt.
Notice is hereby Riven that on the 2d day of
March, A, D. 1900, the said George W. I-aruewas
duly adjudicated bankrupt, and that the rir-t
meeting of his creditor's will be held at the
ofiiee of the undersigned, referee, in Colfax,
Whitman county, Washington, in said district,
on Monday, the 26tb day of March, A. D. 1900,
at the hour oi i" o'clock in the forenoon of said
day, at which time the said creditors may at
tend, prove their claims, appoint a trustee, ei
ainiue the bankrupt, and transact such other
business as may properly come before said
meeting.
Dated this 2d day of March. A.. D. 1
H. W. CANFIBLD,
Referee In Bankruptcy.
5
SuiiiiiimiN.
Summons.

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