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VARIOUS LIGHT AND AIRY MATERIALS
AND HOW TO DRAPE THEM.
Tmo Xeat Arrangement. For an Or
dinary Window—A Scheme For an
Ori.-l or Bay—Cord and Ta«»el».
lloiv tit Make Frilling-.
It should certainly be the exception
nowadays to encounter an ugly win
dow, considering the great variety of
pretty curtain fabrics available for
Bummer use. To name but a few, we
have madrases—colored and plain—
muslins, delicate china and other silks,
Nottingham laces and beautiful Swiss
The arrangement, No. 1, In (lie first
cut is ;i Blight departure from estab-
lished modes and one which certainly
has a very unconventional air. The
construction is not uncommon, how
ever, the characteristic feature being
the manner of hanging it. A stout
Bcrew ring is placed in the ceiling,
from which a long cord with double
tass.'l depends. A large, careless look
ing knot should be tied around the
gathered up portion of the two swags.
This design would also be found a
simple and effective way of treating a
small archway such as may be found
in many halls, staircases and landings.
Fig. 2 is another uncommon style,
known as the butterfly swag. The
effect is obtained by cutting the swag
in the usual way, giving, however, a
little more fullness in depth, cutting
out a small semicircle in the middle of
the top and drawing this to a point
oriel windows unrelieved by drapery
present :i very unfinished appearance.
An easy method of treating them is to
have :i succession of simple Bwags sus
pended from the rings of the pole ami
disappearing behind the long curtains.
Tails may be Introduced at the angles
If considered desirable, and cords and
tassels here give a light and smart
effect. Where economy is studied both
may be dispensed with.
Fig. 3 shows a little more style and
variety. The center is drawn up with
the swags thrown over the pole at the
angle and the tail showing behind. In
this case it i.s better to draw up the
corresponding side of each swag sepa
rately, plait up the tail and attach
them to one another behind the pole.
The center of the side windows may
be treali-d with cord aud tassels in the
sanif way as the middle one If de-
Bired. The last design can be carried
out in madias muslin or In any of the
heavier materials, such as wool, serge
Although the madras muslin may be
ecru, the fringe need not necessarily be
self colored. A delicately tinted one in
harmony with the prevailing * tints
around the window would be quite per
When joining the coiling swags and
tails of the windows, the back of the
former and the front of the latter
should In placed together. This will
be more readily understood if a
straight piece of material is festooned
over a pole, when it will be seen that
each alternate swag presents the oppo
site side to the room.
A polo is uot Indispensable; a plain
lath will be found cheaper, and it will
servo quite as well. In such a case
the drapery would have to be tacked to
FOX AN* OHIKL WINDOW.
the front of the lath and finished off
with a cord. It would improve the
scheme to add a small box plaited or
When frilling curtains, the muslin
should be cut In long strips about five
aches broad, joined together and hem
med along one side; the fullness put In
may be anything from a half to a
whole additional. It Is a tedious Job
lo turn down about half an inch on the
Itber edge of the frill and draw it up.
then attaching it to the curtain by
hand. Those, however, who have a
sewing machine with frilling attach
ment can enormously reduce the labor
on a pair of curtains and make very
»yen and uniform frills.
The Hons« In the Heated Term.
The heated term is a trying season
for the stay at home housekeeper.
Household duties, always burdensome,
become more so during the summer
time, and yot few women understand
the art of lessening their responsibili
ties. Wise housekeepers discard the
heavy draperies, carpets and cumber
some furniture and choose instead a
furnishing that is more suitable for the
heated season. What a boon to the
housekeeper to be able to dispense
even temporarily with the dust col
lecting material! One can hardly real
ize how refreshing a barely furnished
room is on a hot, dusty day.
and hh there are prospers fur a „, 1
Being v native of '"wav do«a ea.f
large prune orchard until recently whe
je enjoyed the pleasure oi a S ', w
V. Lwing'* orchard of over four tn. V
latter part of September and i^ura
out-door exercise for those moat a •
complied in packing and .hipme, f |-
thoogh the dryer gets most of Mr
Awing s crop this season
JH'u UOt ac fflrm'r« »nd farmer'^
wives have more of »„ in ter,Ht in that
!S I'w roor L OWD i-nliKhtenment and
good \\e npeak concerning thecoming
thlt IT. '"I hithful to eoterpri^
that tienefit. Let each farmer take
HiimethuiK to the county fair that nhowe
the productH of big industry. There in
yet a little time in which to prepare
.vour^ood animal* for exhibit. Noth
ing you have will take a premium you
cay? What about that fine colt, those
tatted hogs, shotes three months old
that cell for $:j, Kne cows, becoming
more and more a leading industry good
native horse*, not a scrub one to be
found on the farm.'the sheep you bought
last spring, the wool of which in in great
demand, our long eared friend/ the
' Jacks" and "Jennies" of which we naw
some fine specimen.-- "home grown"—
ln the vicinity of Kamiac recently
What about the fowln, whose comfort
m hot weather has been a cure; young
turkeys, hens and chickens, geeise and
ducks, guinea fowls and pea fowls as
mixed U h the food that fed them? Sure
ly, in all the display is a premium for
somebody. Then thiuk oi all you raise
in the way of fruits, of grains and
grasses; vegetables galore, and the work
of a woman's hand, butter and bread,
pickles and preserves, j.-llies, fruit can
ned and dried, flowers potted and
picked, funcy work and—why enumerate,
«heu ull know thut with small interest
and slight pffort on the part of each,
Whitman county could have fair, ex
hibits, well prepared and most interest
ing? Juet a word or two more to our
farmer brother and sister: Have you
ever thought that if the fruit and agri
cultural fair at Colfax was patronized
sufficiently by farmers, more liberal
premiums could and would be awarded
and there would be plenty for all other
School in the Culton district began
September 3, with Miss Klsie McDonald
of Blberton as teacher.
Columbus Stevens Buffered a seven' at
tack of cholera morbun recently.
Mise Siibie Carter wn» called home to
Walla Walla a few days ago by the
HerimiH illnPHei of her mother.
Mjhh Stella Heart] fell from the top of
a ladder one day hint we< k, sustaining
severe injuries to her left arm. It khh
thought her arm had been fractured, but
happily it proved otherwise.
Wrill Jones in Buffering from a revere
attack of ii Huurnatory rheumatism
At thin writing he is much better.
.It nse Harden in convalescing from a
recent illhenH, cnuned from a cold
lira. Mollie Blaehle.v is in poor health
Her illness is partially due to tht> hot
weather of the pant few weeks.
Mibs Ella Buffi ugtoa was quite ill hII
of last week
Mr*. Anna Lake of fulfill whh a guest
•if T 15. Hampton's family one day last
Rev Smith and family, recently of
Unrheld but cow of Coif ax, visited in
this neighborhood bint week.
Mrs Tommy Hampton of Coif ax spent
last week visitintr at thiH place.
State Fusion Ticket.
Following is the complete fusion state
ticket, as nominated at Sea'tle by the
For governor, Johu R Rogers of
Pierce; for lieutenant governor, W. \]
MeCroskey of Whitman; f'>r congress
men. J. T. Ronald of Kinir and F. ('.
Robertson of Spokane; for supreme
judge*, X V. Million of Skagit aud Rich
nit! V\ msor of King: for supreme judge,
short term, William H. White of Xi t*t:;
for secretary of state, .lames A Brady
of SLohomish; for state auditor, L I
Silverthorn of Douglas; for state treas
urer, W. X Runner of Spokane; fur a
toruev general, Thomas M. Vance < f
Vakirna; for commissioner of pubic
lunds, O. R Holcomb, of Adame; for
superintendent of public instruction, F.
J. Browne of King; for prtvideotial elec
tors, George F. Cotterill < f King, N. (i.
Blalock of Walla Walla, Fred ,1. Reeves
of Cbelan, and .1 (i Heim of Pacific.
Heard From Arkansaw.
Little Rock, Ark., Sept. 3.— The entire
democratic ticket headed by Hon. Jeffer
son Davis of Pope county for governor,
was elected in Arkans*as rod«y. The
early returns indicate tbar the voti- »i!l
be lighter than wow expected. H. L.
Rutnmel, republican candidate for gov
ernor, made a good showing and has in
creaced the vote over two years ago and
will probably reduce the usually large
democratic rnHJ-'iity ticket for any office
except that of the governorship.
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy a
The BOOtbiog and healing properties
of this remedy, its pleasant taste and
prompt and permanent cures have made
it a great favorite with people every
where. It is especially prized by moth
ers of email children for colds, croup
und whooping cough, as it always af
fnrde quick relief, and as it contains do
opium or other harmful drug, it may be
given as confidently to a baDj as to an
adult. For sale t>y all rira£Kifatf> a
Harper Whiskey Received Gold!
(Special dispatch ) Paris, Aug. 25 —
American whiskies received the official
approval of the exposition today, wbeu i
gold medal whs nwarded to Bernheiin
Bros , Louisville, Ky , on thnir I. W.
Harper whiskey. Sold in Coif ax, Wash ,
by W. J. Hamilton o
For bargains in real estate, call on
Eacho, Larue & Co., Davis boildiog,
F. A. Blackstone selle Maeou iV Ilam
lin pianos and organs. The beat ie the .
iil\,( l j(>\ SKPTEMKER 7 1900
That Fnaton Ticket.
I here has been opportunity to study
the make-up of the ticket nominated \v
the funon Mate convention, and tbe
only conclusion to be reached id that ac
ft whole it represents very mediocre abil
, ity, says the Seattle Post-Intelligencer.
Por tlie moet part, tbe candidates are
men wifh little or no experience in pub
lie life, and, choeen hh tiny were after
the usual unseemly dicker between three
organizations, each anxious for place,
it is not surprising that tbe selections
are bot the best that could have been
As for tbe governor, it jh enough to
say ihat his administration has not met
with tbe favor o! the parties which
placed him in power, and prior to tbe
convention he was strict); repudiated by
the voters in both the organizations to
which he owed elevation to hi* present
position. His renomination did not
come a« a reward for public duty faith
fully performed, nut appears rather to
to have been the result of skillful and
unscrupulous convention maneuvering
ami a recourse to methods that are of
fensive to ail people whe believe in clean
-Mr. Ronald, one of the nominees for
congress, is an estimable gentleman in
many respects, but it is doubtful if na
ture ever intended that he should e&say
to grace the national halls of legislation.
He has held office in the past, but as yet
no one has been accused of asserting
that he was a success as a public serv
ant. His career as mayor of Seattle
tills a patre in a book that his fellow
democrat* do not care to have opened.
Aside from the wretched dishonesty dur
ing his administration, in which, how
ever he was not personally involved, he
was utterly unequal to the tasks im
posed upon him. Because of a lack of
those mental, moral aud physical quali
fication* tlmt Ihe sturdy public servant
needs, he practically threw up his posi
tion, shook the city's dust off nis feet
and in the wilds of Missouri sought to
regain courage sufficient to enable him
to cope n^uce more with the difficulties of
the office to which he had been elected.
No one thought for a moment of assail
ing his persoual qualities of heart, but
in the minds of a majority of his fellow
ciiiz"ns it wasconelusively demonstrated
that, however high his character might
be, he was never cut out for the public
As for Mr. Robertson, who was also
named for cuugreasioßal honors, the
state of Washington can never afford to
huve itself represented by a man of bis
daDgerous character. Above all else,
the people of thin commonwealth believe
in the supremacy of the law, and it
might as well be known here *n<] now
that they will not tolerate the sugges
tion of sending to Washington a man
who has enlisted in the cause of dyna
mite, liot and outlawry. No one may
care to criticise Mr. Robertson for Mr
professional connection with the Coeur
d'Alene miners' trials, but the people of
this ptate will take good care to see that
one who, as a private citizen, preaches
lawlessness and disrespect for the author
ity (if the government is utterly and em
phatically repudiated at the polls. The
state may make mistakes in its choice
of public servants, but it is not yet
ready for the supreme catastrophe oi
haviug itself represented at Washington
by one who now stunds ready to prench
the advanced doctrines of the Mollie
The nominations for the supreme
bench are weak. It is hardly possible
that the people have reached the conclu
sion that the state court of last resort
should be made up of justices with the
peculiarities that distinguish Judge
V\ Minor. Whatever his early legal train
ing may have been, his later habits of
thought have been such as to unfit him
for the duties of a just and impartial
judge. He is embittered of spirit,
steeped in prejudices, biased in his no
tione of property rights, and full of all
the dangerous isms that are breeding
discontent and standing as a menace fco
our institutions. To clothe him with
authority to interpret our laws accord
ing to his warped ideas of right and
justice would be little short of a public
The gentlemen named for the other
offices are for the most part unknown
throughout the state, and their compar
ative insignificance renders it impossible
to determine whac might be the result of
the experiment of entrusting them with
authority. A few have served the state
in some capacity, and, as far ac they are
concerned, the people are not dealing
with unknown qu >ntities. Mr. Runner
the candidate for state treasurer, has
been a member of the state senate, ur;d
it is perhaps not out of order to credit
him with the honor of being the only
'"reform" member of that body in 1597
who voted in favor of the measures
which had been promised in the fusion
platform upon which he and his associ
ates had been elected. Whether his
associates on the ticket which has just
been nominated could stand the test to
which he has been subjected will prob
ably never be known; for this is a repub
lican year, find the people who believe in
prosperity, plenty and progress are go
ing to vote the republican ticket, state
Go to W. G. Boose's for crockery,
glass and granite ware.
It pays to buy at Averilis store, El
Call on H. W. Goff for Insurance.
Chairman Jones baa noi given up Sew
York, rt will be recalled that thin
astute campaign manager didn't give
«P the Bgbt in Isvm; f,, r several days
after the voting was over
Hrynu has quit quoting Jeffer^n and
Jackson, has about smen op Lincoln
and (irant, and has taken to scripture
to defend his position as the republic
The figures show that the fanners of
the country paid $825,000,006 for the
fun of electing a democratic president in
1892. It is doubtful if they will do bo
•'- in no juke or dream, hat a hard
cohi fact that many of the Filipinos
think that Atriiinaldo is running on (he
ticket with Bryan.
If the Oakesdale Suu is any authority,
all the "toadies" are chanting for
'("had." Men are voting for Bryant for
As usual, the democracy enters the
campaign mighty long on precept and
dreadfully short on example.
Spring flat, September ">, Melvin Cun
ningham, aged is.
THE SOCIAIi SII>K.
Miss Dora Wisemau recently spent a
few weeks with friends at Harrison,
Idaho, and while there aswinted in en
tertaining the people of the lakeside
town. The Harrison Searchlight, of re
cent date, has this: The entertainment
given at the hall last Wednesday night
under the management of Miss Dora
Wiseman of Colfax, was one of the
pleasatitest that has ever been given in
the town of Harrison and it was well
attended and appreciated by all that
were there. Miss Wiseman was ably
supported by home talent, which added
to the entertainment a certain amount
of interest, that no outsider could hope
to inspire in the parents of the little
oucH who took such an active part. Miss
Wiseman's ability an an elocutionist is
certainly unquestioned. Her rendition
of "Lanreame" in the statue scene com
manded the attention of the entire audi
ence and so intense was the silence as it
was being rendered that a fall of a pin
might have been heard across the house.
Wanted for Forgery.
Chan. Wilson and Harry Haven, the
young men in jail for saddle stealing
near Col ton, are wanted at Dayton for
forgery. Wilson has been sentenced on
a pica of guilty of burglary before Judge
McDonald to nine months in the county
List of letters remaining uncalled for
in the Colfax pontofflce. Sept. 7, 1900:
Canard & Canard Lsmson, C A
Chamberland, .1 Kwison, Joe
Collins, E T Mallory. Miss Kdna
Emerson, Bert Peters, ,1 VV*
Johnson, Miss Ida Warren, Jacob
One cent postage will be collected.
James Ewabt. P. M.
Cured of Chronic Diarrhoea After
Thirty Ysars of Suffering.
"I suffered for thirty years with di
arrhoea and thought I was past being
cured," says John S. Halloway, of
French Camp, Miss. ''I had spent so
much time and money aud suffered so
much that I had given up all hopes of
recovery. 1 was so feeble from the effects
of the diarrhoea that I could do no
kind of labor, could not even travel, but
by accident I was permitted to find a
bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy, and after taking
several bottles 1 am entirely cured of
that trouble. lam so pleased with the
result that 1 am anxious that it be in
reach of all who suffer as I have."* For
sale by all druggists o
Secoml-Haiui Threshing Out tits.
1 have for sale in Coif ax: 1 "l'ride of
Washington" 32-inch separator; 1 .1. I
('use 32-inch "Agitator; 2 cook houses;
2 tanks and stackers and feeders Any
part of the said property will be sold
for cash, or part cash and approved
security. Any one wishing to examine
this property, call at sheriff's office, Cot
fax. John L. Bhakpstein #
Horses I'or Sale.
We have for Rale nt prices to suit
everybody, ~>o head of grade Clyde work
horses, ranging from 1200 to 1000
pounds, 4 to 7 years old. Mansfield
Bros., 3% miles south of Winona*
400 acres of bunchgrass pasture on
Steptoe butte; plenty of water. Inquire
of W. A. Davis, Steptoe P. 0., or Ed.
Several John F. Fuller Whitman coun
ty atlases .Never been used. Will cell
cheap. Address Geo. H. Lennox, Colfax #
1 am now prepared to do all kinds of
land business, homestead entries and
proofs, contests, etc. Have had 13 years
experience in land cases. W. A. Inman,
U. S. Commissioner, Celfax, Wash.
If you want to buy a stock ranch,
fruit farm or choice wheat lands, see
Kacho, Larue & Co-
Bring your old loungi s to W. G.
BuHse's to b" re-npholstprpd #
Subscribe for your periodicals through
Tne Gazette and save money.
r^S^n^Bf Don't tie the top of your i
jelly and preserve jars In
(4s, >3» 4r fr> theold fashioned way. Seal
;k •» / them by the new, quick,
/•■, ~^J tKy^ absolutely sure way— by
..^^lfe^^' -. a thiu coating ofpure,
\^TM V» I M t^s. refined Parafline Wax.
Viß ' T | ■■ ljjw Has no taste or odor.
Sk ■^ i. i -* *2»[ -Is a'r tight and acid
FC^^C- T" ~^-S»\ proof. Easily applied.
*■ *""• ■■"••tiJQI-* *$* By Iselul in a dozen other
»i n^ \ i'W ways about the house.
!t_\ ', J ' i] mf full directions with
C_ V> V.' fS each pound cake.
VK^i /' ' JZ& SoM everywhere.
Made by STANDARD OIL co"
v mused from the stomach not
beginning ita work ,ium. ,i ; .v
I ntil it gets to work you feel di
tressed the food laysin your atom
it'll ill;.' a weight
To st.irt digestion-to make the
stomach do its work yon must assist
it if your stomach is weak slow
taken after meals supplies tlie stota
:vh with necessary acids and juices
which itfosi the food quickly In a
proper manner To c ,.t the best
rcMilt* «■ Baldwin's Health Tabloto
No. Zij ith the Dyspopsia Tablets,
me Dyspepsia Tablets cost aOc aud
can l>« hud at
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I'urn Impotency, Xitrht Emissions, Loss of Mom
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vßf^-rm. ami i'ldiscrclion.
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blood builder. Brings rIUI-0
j '''•j tlie pink glow to pale R|^\
:j .VxVwr cheoKs and restores tli" <^\J
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r% T>«^soc per box. 0 boxes tori ** ' °.'
$2.50, with our bankable paurantee to cure
or refund the money paid. Send for circular
and copy of our bankable guarantee bund.
Positively guaranteed onro for Loss of Power,
Varicocele, Undeveloped or Shrunken Organs,
Paresis, Locomotor Ataxia, Nervous Prostra
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Results of Excessive Use of Tobacco, Opium or
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box, 6 for $5.00 with our bankable guar
antee bond to cure in iJO days or refund
money paid. Address
NERVITA MEDICAL CO.
Clinton & Jackson Sts., CHICACO, ILL.
For Sale by W.J.Hamilton, Druggist, Colfax, Wasb
visit DR. JORDAN'S great
MUSEUM OF ANATOMY
C^ 105] HREET BT., 11l FRUCISCO, CIL.
QT 1 Ie largest Anatomical Museum In the
w < '■ eaknes>« or any contracted
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it II F.stolon, hy Dr. Jor^lau's kpecial p»m
** ** less nieihodi.
Consultation free and strktly prlrat*. Treatment p«r
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fur rum. ) Cftll or writa
OR. JORDAN & CO., I 081 Mirket St.. S. P.
You and your Horse
will be treated right at
FThHI L^U I I VERY
LILMMjEj ij stable
Finest Turnouts in the city.
Teams and saddle horses by the hour,
day or wet k. Stock boarded at reason
H. M. LIDDLE, Propr.
ht V incent's Academy
WALLA WALLA, WASH.
A select Boarding School for yonng girls.
Gives a thorough education in all English
branches. Mu^-ic, Fancy Work, Languages,
etc. No compulsion with regard to religious
opinions. TERMS MODERATE.
Address, SISTER SUPERIOR.
Buy Your Groceries
A.. EL Fonts,
All goods first class. Highest prices paid
for farm produce.
Express and Drayman
Will haui y<>ur freight or move your
good." and chattels
O. R. & N.
Depart For Arr. From
San Francisco, Den
ver, Omaha, St Louis,
10:1". a.m. and East via Oregon 5:45 a.m.
7:li.i p.m. Short Line. 2:20 p.m.
Bpok&ne, St. Paul, Du
-2:20 p.m. luth, Chicago and East 10.45 a.m.
5:45 a.m. via Great Northern 7:10 p.m.
9:30 a.m. Pullman and Moscow U.uOa.m.
7:40 p.m. 2:10 p.m.
8:00 p.m. Columbia River 4:00 p.m.
Ex. Sun. Steamers. Ex. Sun.
Saturday To Astoria and Way
-10:00 p.m. Landings
6:00 a.m. Oregon City,Newberg. 4:30 pm.
Ex. Sun. Salem & Way Land's Ex. Sun
Willamette ami Yam
-7:00 a.m. hill Rivers 3:30 p.m.
Tue, Thur. Oreg .v City, Dayton, Mon, Wed
and Sat. and Way Landings and Fri.
6:00 a.m. Willamette River. 4:30 p.m.
Tue, Thur. Portland to Corvallis Mon. Wed.
and Sat. and Way Landings and Fri.
Lv. Riparia. Lv. Lewiston
Daily Snake River. Daily
5:00 a.m. Riparia to Lewiston 9 00 am.
Ocean steamships sail from Portland for
San Francisco every five days.
W. H. HURLBUKT,
General Passenger Agent, Portland, Oregon.
In the Superior Court ol Urn Mata of w*«li
inrton, In mi .1 for Whiiiii.ni Couutr:
defendant 1" 'VU>' 1>!'li""!!- ** '»■«<■«'■ I^tty.
You ar< hereby lumnioMd and rcqoin
•PPi'M I" -'-■ - .!••', , r ..,rr t the Kate m
W uhinxton. In and for w hitman conntj « i-hin
■IxtT da,., after the date of the tint pubilTatloS
V '»> "' iujrnit, 1900, and defend
llu "' entitlwl action In the above entitled
SJJJ" 1 an«werth« 'PWnl of !,,„
tin ,ii nald action, ami »erveacopy of youraald
?«;!« rl"?ble.< Kattl^n.th'eunderMK^d
"";; >s:'" '■i"";'i:I l»-e l« I'olfax
111 ih«couli;j •" Whitman, Ma fViwhlniton'
"1.' 1,' ' ""' p»«npUinl ol the ulalntifl nfort
be 'endered againal you, acconlinc U> thed*-
Dated, Uolfax, Wath., Aua 9 IWO
TRIMBLE .v PATTISON
First pubHratlou Amr. 31, i » o,
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d /o*hua t Welcb, plaintiff, y/ft,,.. Wel( . hi
Welch difen,w" 8hv ngtOD> *? tlu> Sfti<l X"""»
",, r!, r. VoV "rr hereby summoned
"". •"! °*nei cause deemed by tin- cnnrt «nf
Dated July 30th, 1900.
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Bennei 11. Cody.
Department of the Interior, United states
Landlofflce. Walla Walla. Wash., Augu"! *> 1900
A sufficient coined affidavit having i.cTm iile.l
™ '"''-\ N ";}■-.: Illrt'l(' •'""<■ 13, 1899, fora',
SW 4. Section 11. rownshlp IG N, Range 10 X"
bj James< ody conte«tee, in which it is alleged
thatcontesteehw wholly abandoned htacltta
and changed tala residence therefrom for mure
than s,x monthi next preceding the Initiation
ol contest; said partiei are hereby aotifled to
appear respond and ..Her evidence touching
J^dalleßatfon at 10 o'clock .1 „,. „„ October
is, 1900, before v\ .\ Inman, r. s commit
M.>i r r. at his office it, OolfM, Wash, and that a
n" ; ii.H, I rn^u,lli ) , neM,,, 1u,,,1,,;.k a. 1. 1
October 20. 1900, before the register and receiver
WMhiSX S'""'S '■■""' Offlce in VValla VVh""'
'iheN.u.irontrs'ant having, In a proper atli
) ', , nUg}^t2Si VM)^>-1 'orth fa.ts which
show that after due diligence, personal service
of ins notice H . i not be made, it is hereby
ordered and directed that such notice be riven
by due and proper publication.
JOHN m. HILL, Register
Public l.;wi(l Sale.
Notice is hereby riven that in pursuance of
Instructions from the Commissioner of the Gen
eral Land offlj c. under authority vested in him
by section 2m, 1 . g key. stat . as amended
■>■ the act oMongress approved February *f,th
1895, we wil] proceed to offer al public saleon
he-Jd day of September, 1900. al the hour of
10 o clock, at this office, the following tracts of
Any and all persons claiming adversely the
above described lands an- advised to die their
claims Inthis office o i or befon the day above
designated un the comiaenoemenl of said Male
otherwise their rights will be forfeited
Done at the >U. 8. Land Office, vv,,lla Walla,
Washington, this 6th day of Auinisl \ i> phhi
JOHN M. HfLL, Register " " '
thomas MOSGKOVE, Receiver.
Notice for Publication.
Erwin D. ffldredge.
Land Office Ht Walla Walla. Wash \uL'tist
20th 1900. Notice is hereby jriven th'u iv" k !'
owing Darned oettler has filed notice of his
intention to make final proof in support of his
claim and that laid proof will be made before
the county clerk and clerk ol the superior court
of Whitman connty, Washington, at Colfax
Washington,on Saturday, Sept. 29th, I'.KK) viz:
Erwiu D. Eldredge, who made homestead appli
cation No. 5275, for the e-.. of nw|, and lotn l
and J of section 18, Tp. 15, N. R. in E W M
He names the following witneasei to prore iiis
contlnuoiig residenre upon and cultivation of
"aidland, viz: Jn ETampton, of I^i uroaae,
Wash ,J SI. Camp, of I'ampa. Wmsli \V H
Forney of I.a CtOSSe, Wash, F. H f.a'ry of Im
JOHN If. HILL, Register.
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