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WHAT NEIGHBORS 1)0
Letters Full of Interesting News Notes
From Many tonutry Points.
L,A CROSS K.
The Lh Crosse Literary and Debating
Soriety held its regular semion Tuesday
night. The society, by unanimouH vote,
decided to have a ('uriHtmas tree and
literary program ChrintniaH eve.
The following question was debated:
"Resolved, That the annexation of the
Philippine islands would be detrimental
to the I nited States." The speakers
were: Affirmative, Me«Br«. DeVilder,
Billups, McOintock and McKenzie; nega
tive, Messrs. Tharp, Wannun and ,Joh.
Chandler. Judges, (Jeo. Hampton, W.
H. Rudolph, Jndge Carman. Decided in
liivor nf the nffirmative.
Robert and Brnest Hooper, coaaio
anil hoii of A. E. Hooper respectively,
returned to Whitman college, Walla
WhH.i, Sunday, after spending Thankn
giving with their parents.
Win Helm mid Herman Bankie of Tol
fnx were down the latter part of the
week, visiting the Xeirtz Bron.
Mr*. •'. H. Arraemith, who has been
staying with her pareutn, Mr. and Mm
Phillips of Pampa, left Saturday to join
her husband at Colfax.
Harry Hooper took the np train Ban
day for Spokane, where he wilt enter a
business college.
Mrs. 11. A Hubbard has moved into
ber Dew hotel building.
Miss Lizzie Boers' mother and brother
arrived last week from Peoria, IllinoiH,
and are now visiting with Mrs. lioere 1
sister-in-law, Mrs. Assendrup.
I. S. Rudolph, father of our fellow
townsmen, Win. 11. Rudolph, arrived on
Saturday's train from Annandale,Minn.,
on a visit to his children. He wan met
at Spokane by hiw daughter, Miss Amie
Rudolph, who accompanied him here.
The many friends of Minn Rudolph are
pleased to know that she has returned
to remain.
Alias Alice Hooper of Hooper, Wash..
left on Sunday's train for Winona, where
nhe will viHit her sinter, Mrs. ('has.
Braibl, a few days.
E. R. Barroll of Barroll & Mohney,
hardware merchants, and W. C. Fudge
of the Second National bank of Colfax,
were down Wednesday and Thursday
hunting ducks and eating Thanksgiving
turkey at A. Fudge's.
rlomeseekers are continually getting
off at this point. Last Thursday Mr
and Mrs Mat Matson of Iron Mountain,
Michigan, arrived and have gone into
Klias Molee's house on Sec. 1, near
Meeker siding.
Mr. and Mrs. A .1. Hooper of Hooper,
took the train Monday for Colfax, re
turning Thanksgiving day.
Mrs. Wm Muir and Miss Bertha
Latimer, teacher of the Willow creek
school, were in our burg shopping Satur
day last.
L. I. DeVilder, our teacher, took Sat
urday morning's train for Garfield, to
spend Sunday with his better half.
W. H. Rudolph and E. I). Eldredge at
tended the entertainment given by the
Pampa Sunday school at Parupa,
Thaukegiving eve. They report having
had the best of times. The program
was <>f a high literary nature and well
rendered. The Thanksgiving address,
delivered by .1. H. Winget, was an able
production, and received much favorable
comment. A supper fat for a kiug was
spread upon the tables, and all ate to
their hearts' content. The proceeds de
rived from this entertainment netted the
Sunday school $17.
Miss .Josephine Osmundson, who
teaches the young at the Union Hat
school, rode into town Saturday.
B. A. (iroves, who lias been building
the new hotel, departed on Saturday's
train for his home in Spokane.
W. .1 Tharp, our enterprising black
smith and school clerk, made a Hying
trip to the county seat Tuesday.
I'rof. Wassoii, teacher of the Meeker
school, attended Sunday school last
Sunday.
Miss Fannie and Master Kay Siocum,
grandchildren of Mr. and Mrs. .1. M
Camp of Pampa, bade adieu to their
friends and relatives and boarded Sat
urday's west bound train for their home
at Grand Junction, Colorado. They will
be met at Prescott by their sister, Miss
Birdie Siocum, formerly of this place.but
recently of Waitsburg, who will accom
pany them to their home.
RIEEKEK SIIMN<;.
Fry, the section foreman at Canyon,
on the O. R. & S , struck a .lap on the
bead with a Bhovel last week. It in re
ported, although not verified, that the
.In [i has since died, ami Fry lias skipped
the country. There seems to have been
but little cause lor the brutal assault on
the part of Fry.
Prank MeClintock has set out an or
chard of seventy trees.
Guy MeClintock, who has been work
ing for Samuel Lyons, is home on a
visit. He and Don Merrit left this week
to winter in Idaho.
Kula, Bessie and Walter Carman are
attending school at Meeker.
Krone Tiff fell from the platform onto
the rocks, in front of the door at school,
mid cut deep gashes in her eyebrow and
her knee, so badly she had to be carried
home, but she is getting well rapidly.
Mr. Martin has gone to Waitsbur^ on
a visit.
Mr. and Mrs. Mickey attended the
funeral of their nephew, Frank llamblen,
at Bndieott, who wan killed by rhe ex
plosion of his gun.
A number attended the supper at
Pampa echool house last Thankatrmng
eve. The entertainment and supper was
a grand success. They took in about
$15.
William Martin, who is sick, went to
l>aytou to consult a doctor.
A social hop was enjoyed by the young
people at Mr. Neihart's last Friday
night.
The following officers were elected at
the La Crosse Literary Society last
Tuesday evening: President. Frank Mc-
Clintoek; vice president, Mr. Billupa; sec
retary, Geo. Hampton: editor, Prof. IV-
Tilders; critic, James Wasson. A good
literary program was given, followed by
a lively debate on the question: '"Re
solved, that the annexation of the Phit
ippines would be detrimental to the
luited States. The judges decided in
favor of the affirmative.
Frank IfrCHntoek and family spent
Thanksgiving at Mr. Hickey'B.
PINE GIIOVK.
The Misses Krraa and Floreuce (lark
were down from Pullman lust week visit
ing relatives and friend* at Pine Grove.
A. H. Lynch and "his boys" visited
every shooting match they could hear of
before Thanksgiving, in a vain effort to
the boys *cry ltif.vir, s to
COLFAX COLLEGE.
foil,1'! 1 ll<miHD Society vvi" r("')*''- the
following program Dec. 7, at 7:30 p „'
JS-ental 8() ,,, . „ nftke ;
Select reading .Ethel Hooper
Recitation iu^iS* Stlte*
S(, n? Bessie v eetacott
Paper .. ,;, Ette Dodd
Select reading < lyieNU vick
Essay Archie Camp
v '' ■inn Love
Extemporaneous speech
Essay ■ •-Miss Lommasson
Debate: '•ResoHed;' •'That "the 88Caw!
are not fit for self government" Affirmafee
WINONA.
A basket social was held Wednesday
.last week at Winona. for the purpose
of raising fundg for the purchase of an
organ for public entertainments. Baskets
sold at from $ 1 to ,*| each and s<;:s :,-,
was realized. After supper, the room
was cleared and dancing was indulged in
until .;:.{() m the morning. So enjoyable
was .t that a second ball was arranged
for the following night. Thanksgiving
and it was as enjoyable as the first.
AKOUNDTHE COUNTY.
Tekoa Topic: While playing on the
ice Lhursday the Tyner children, aged
respectively 7 and <J years, broke
through and would have been drowned
had it not been for the timely arrival of
their father and Rev. (J. E. Atkinson
who succeeded in rescuing them. They
were in water to their necks and were al
most frozen when taken out.
Oakesdale Sun: Paul, the little son of
Charles (Jrimm, met with a painful acci
dent last week, by which the sight of
one of his eyes was permanently lost.
He was playing with a wire, when the
end struck him in the eye. He was taken
to Spokane and attended by a specialist,
who found the other eye in danger, but
it will be saved.
-Jesse Bishop, a resident of the Bills
dale district near Garfield, was kicked
by a horse a few days ago and seriously
injured.
(iarfield Enterprise: J. E Trimble
shipped a car of vegetables to the mines
a few days ago. Mr. Trimble says vege
tables cannot be obtained in sufficient
quantities to supply the demand.
Robert and Thos. Miller, sons of Geo.
Miller, aged 14 and 11 years respectively.
recently killed a bear on Indian creek,
says the (iartield Enterprise.
Palouse Republic: R. M. Thompson,
of Darlington, Wisconsin, spent several
days in Palouse this week. lie is con
templating the purchase of a stock
ranch somewhere in this section.
NEW O. It. & N. ROAD.
Will Lay About 77 Miles of Track
Thin Year
Portland, Dec. I.—A special meeting
of the stockholders of the Oregon Rail
road & Navigation company has been
culled for January -"H (or the purpose of
amending the articles of incorporation
so as to provide-for four new extensions
of track on various parts of the system.
The new track contemplated by these
extensions is about 77 miles.
One extension has been completed,
that from Fairfield to Waverly, Wash.!
for the benefit of the Corbin beet sugar
factory. The length of that extension is
five miles. A branch four and two
tenths milis lont: between Wardner and
the Sierra Nevada mine, in the Coeur
d'Alene country, is well advanced to
ward completion. Preparations have
been made for an extension down the
Willamette river to St. Johns, a distance
of five miles, which is promised to he
built early next year.
The most important of the extensions
is likely to be built the coming senson is
from Elgin in Lloion county to Joseph,
in Wallowa county, a distance of t;.'i •'»
miles.
IIOIIN.
Rosalia, Thanksgiving day. to Mr.
and Mrs. ('. Hardesty, a 12% pound
dauuhter.
(iarlicld, November 24, to Mr. and
Mrs. William Hoardman, a daughter.
MARRIED.
Spokane. November 2<>. ,1. L Holmes
of Rosalia and Miss Christina White of
La mar. Ark.
l'alouse, December 4, Horace E John
son of I'alouse and Miss Rebecca A.
Newman of Plainview, Oregon.
Colfax, November 29, by Rev. .1. T.
Collins, .1. A. Gleason and Miss Julia A.
Howell, both of Spring Hit. A hand
some reception was tendered the couple
by a large party of friends at the home
of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Geo.
Howell, on Spring tint. Thanksgiving
day. A loan list of wedding was a
feature.
Just Saved His liife.
It was a thrilling escape that Charles
Davis of Bowerstown, 0. lately had
from a frightful death. For two years h
severe lung trouble constantly* grew
worse until it seemed he must die of Con
sumption. Then he began to use Dr.
King's New Discovery and lately wrote:
"It gave iustant relief aud effected a
permanent cure." Such wonderful cares
have for U~> years, proven its power to
cure all Throat, Chest and Lang troubles.
Price 50c and $1.00. Every bottle
suarant^ed. Trial bottles free at The
Flk Drug Store, F. J. Stone. Propr,
The ladies of Whitman county are inform
ed that McCall's Magazine is the handsomer-t
boine and fashion magazine in existence.
This celebrated magazine otfers beautiful pre
miums to a!i who rai.-e clubs, and illustrates
the famous MeCall Bazar Pa terns. The pre
miums offered are tht- handsomest in the
world It contains stories, literary articles
and handsome colored fashion plates. The
publishers wish one representative in every
locality, and wi.l send iustiuctions and free
prize offers to any lady who will mention this
paper and send her name and address to The
McCall Company, 144 West 14th Street, New
! York City.
C°™ GAZETTE, COLFAX, WASHINGTON, DECEMBER 7, 1900.
GAZETTE CLUB I AST.
Am«"can Economist, New York $2.55
American <ranlenin r , N^w York 2.:«
Jwowot, San Franco ..... 4.55
Bullstin, Sonday, Sao Fraiit-iico 2.»
' 1'!. Weekly. San Franri-co 2^25
1 josmopolitan Magazine, New York '.'.'.'. 2.36
Ljentury Magazine, New York 5.06
l-hronicle. Weekly, San Francisco . . 2.65
Enquirer, Weekly, Cincinnati 2.05
Examiner, Weekly, San Francisco 2.65
i-ann and Fireside, Springfield, O .... LBO
Ulob* L)emocrat,Twice-a-Week,S».Loak 2.30
Hari>er 8 Magazine, New York .4.16
; Harper's Weekly 4 75
Harper's Bazar 47,-,
! Inter Ocean, Weekly Chicago I.JO
Allies Illustrated Weekly, New York . 8.55
Jjippmcotts Magazine, Philadelphia.... 355
Ledger, Weekly, Tao.ma 2 30
Munsey's Magazine, New York '2.40
McClure's Magazine, New York 2.35
Mc( all' H Magazine, New York LB6
Northwest Horticulturist, Tacoma .... LBS
National Tribune, Washington .. '2 45
Northwest Magazine, St Paul 2.55
Oregonian, Weekly. Portland "2.55
Orange Judd Farmer, Chicago 2.30
Public ((pinion, New York 5.65
Post Intelligencer, Weekly, Seattle '2 05
Keview of Reviews Magazine, New York 3.55
Ranch an<l Range, Seattle .. '2 05
bcribner's Magazine, New York 4.05
St. Nicholas Magazine, New York 4 05
Scientific American, New York 4.0:.
Tribune, Weekly, New York "2.20
Tribune, Semi-Weekly 2.85
The Forum, New York 4.05
Toledo Blade, Toledo (> 1.80
The Housekeeper, Minneapolis 1.95
Traveler, Weekly, Boston L 95
The Queen of Fashion, New York 1.85
World, Thrii-e-aWeek, New York 2.20
Woman's Home Companion, (new subs) 2.15
Youth's Companion, Boston (new subs) . 2.50
If the periodical desired is not in above list,
apply to The Gazette for rates
A New Year's Guide.
There is one book every one should
make nn effort to get, for the new year.
It contains simple and valuable hinte
concerning henlth, many amusing anec
dotes, and much general information.
We refer to llontetter's Almanac, pub
liehed by The Hostetter Co., Pittsburgh,
Pa. It will prove valuable to any house
hold. Sixty employes are kept at work
on thin valuable book. The issue for
1901 will be over eight millions, printed
in the English, German, French. Welsh,
Norwegian, Swedish, Holland, Bohemi
an and Spanish languages. It contains
proof of the efficacy of Hostetter'e
Stomach Bitters, the great remedy pre
pared by the publishers, and is worthy
of careful preservation. The almanac
may be obtained free of cost, of any
diuggist or general dealer in the coun
try.
Shaw's Pure Mali.—The sick and
delicate need a eentle tonic-stimulant.
It is often a matter of life and death
with them. The ideal nutriment and
restorative is Shaw's Pure Malt. Sold
by F. J. Stone, Colfax, Wash*
Mook containing 5000 names, occupa
tions, addresses of personal property
taxpayers of Whitman county. Invalu
able to business men. Address F. A.
Shaw, Colfax, Wasb 0
The Colfax Candy Factory makes a
specialty <>f t he choice confectionery so
necensary and useful during the Holiday
season. Nuts, too, by the sackful, fresh
and prime.
Kaolin, Lurue A: Co. have bargains in
fruit farms, wheat landa, stock ranches
and town property in Colfax, Pullman
and < larfield,
If you want to buy a stock ranch,
Fruit farm or choice wheat lands, see
Eacho, Larue «.V Co
City Jewelry Store for cut glans, silver
ware, watches, diamonds and jewelry.
A complete line of elegant holiday
goods at Farmers" Drug Store 0
Subscribe for your periodicals through
The Gazette and Have money.
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Summons for Publication in Fore
closure of Tax Lien.
No. .500.
In the superior court of the state of Wash
ington, for Whitman county.
waiter Hay field, plaintiff, vs. Elizabeth
Weavers, defendant.
The state of Washington to Elizabeth
Weavers
You ure hereby summoned to appear within
sixty day* after the date of the first publication
of this gammons, to-wit, within 60 ilavs after
the 30th day of November, A. D. 1900, and defend
the above entitled action in the above entitled
court, and answer the complaint of the plaintiff,
and serve a copy of your answer upon the
undersigned attorneys for plaintiff, at their
i below Btated; and in case of your failure
so to do, judgment will be rendered'against you
according to the demand of the complaint,
which has been Bled with the clerk of said
court.
This action is brought upon Certificate of De
linquency numbered '2.212. issued on the 24th
day of November. A. 1). 1900, by the county of
Whitman, state of Washington, and now owned
and held by plaintiff herein, for delinquent
taxes for the yean 1896-97-98 and 99 upon the
following described real estate situate in the
county of Whitman, state of Washington, to
wit: Lots numbered rive (5) and six (6), in block
i thirty-eight 38), of the town of Farmington, to
obtain judgment foreclosing the lien thereof
nnd for a sale of said real estate according to
law.
MM A. IN MAN AND R. W. ROBERTS.
Plaintiffs attorneys, 1". O. address Colfax,
county of Whitman, Washington.
Summons.
State of Washington. County of Whitman, ss.
In Justice Court. A. E. Kirklaud, Justice.
To Jerry O'Connor: In the name of the state
of Washington, you are hereby notified that W.
1) Kagou has tiled a complaint against you in
I said court, seeking to recover the sum "of six
teen dollars due to him from you for board,
during the months of October and November,
1900, which will come on to be heard at my office
in Colfax, Whitman county, state of Washing
ton, on the 22d day of December, A. I). 1900, at
the hour of 10 o'clock a m., and unless you ap
pear and then and there answer, the same wfl
be taKen as confessed, and the demand of the
plaintifl granted
Complaint tiled this 22d day of November,
1900.
A. E. KIRKLANI).
Justice oi the Peace,
i Reed A Davis, Attorneys for Plaintiff.
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SOLD BY ELK DRUG STORE
Notice ol First Meeting of Creditors
In the District Court of the United
States, for the District of Washington,
Southern Division.
In the matter of Napoleon Bourbonnie
and Soloma Bourbonnie, hi* wife, bank-
rapt.
No. 452. In bankruptcy.
To the creditors of Napoleon Bonr
bonnie and Soloma Bourbonnie.hia wife,
of near Pullman, in the county of Whit
man and district aforesaid, a bankrupt.
Notice is hereby given, that on the 30th
day of November, A. 1). I.MM), the said
Napoleon Bonrbonnie and Soloma Bur
bonnie, hin wife, were duly adjudicated
bankrupt: and that the h'rnt meet
ing of their creditors will be held
at the office of the undersigned
referee, in Colfax. Whitman coun
ty,in said district on the 28th day of l>e
cember, A. D. 1000, at one o'clock in the
afternoon, of naid day, at which time
the said creditors may attend, prove
their claims, appoint a trustee, ex imine
the bankrupt, and transact such other
business an may properly come before
said meeting.
Dated November 30tb, A. D. 1900
11. W. CANFIELD,
Referee in Bankruptcy.
Summons for Publication in Pore-
closure of Tax Lien.
No. 502.
In the superior court of the state of Wash
ington, for Whitman county,
E. U. Faires, plaintiff, vs. C. B. Kent, de
fendant.
The State of Washington to C. B. Kent:
You are hereby summoned to appear with
in sixty days after the date of the first publi
cation of this summons, to-wit, within rixty
days after the 7th day of December, A. D.
li»00. and defend the above entitled action in
the above entitled court, and answer the com
plaint of the plaintiff, and serve a copy of
your answer upon the undersigned attorneys
for plaintiff, at their office below stated; and
in case of your failure so to do, judgment will
be rendered against you according to the de
mand of the complaint, which has been filed
with the c!erk of said court.
This action is brought upon Certificates of
Delinquency numbered 301 and 1684 issued on
the Ist day of May, A. D 1900, by the coun
ty of Whitman, state of Washington, and now
owned and held by plaintiff herein, fnr de
linquent taxes for the years 1893-94 95 96 97
--itS and 99, upon the following described real
estate situate in the county ot V\ hitman,state
of Washington, to wit: Lot No seven (7) of
block No. five (5) of the town of Garneld, to
obtain a judgment foreclosing the lien the?, ol
and for a sale of said real estate according to
law.
Wm. A. [NMA.NAND R W, RoBEKTS,
Plaintiff's attorneys. P. O. address, (Jolfax,
county of Whitman, Washington
Summons for Publication in Fore-
closure of Tax Lien.
No. .".hi
In the superior court of the state of Washing
ton, for Whitman county
B. F. Nicholes, plaintiff, vs. F. Ringenbach,
defendant.
'Hie state of Washington to F. Ringenbach:
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 7th day of December A. D 1900, and de
the above entitled action in the above entitled
bourt, and answer the complaint of the plain
till' and serve a copy of your answer upon the
undersigned attorneys for plaintiff, at their
Office below stated: and in case of your failure
so to do, judgment will be rendered against you
according to the demand of the complaint,
which has been filed with the clerk of said
court.
'I his action is brought upon Certificates of
Delinquency numbered 299 and 147u issued on
the 20th and 23d day of February A I) 1900, by
the county of Whitman, state oi Washington,
and now owned and held by plaintiff herein, for
delinquent taxes for the years 1891-93-94 95 96-97
--98 and 99, upon the following described real
estate situate in the county of Whitman, stat>- of
Washington, to-wit: Lot five (5) of block two (2)
of I'rescott & Perkins Riverside addition to
Colfax, to obtain judgment foreclosing the lien
thereof and for a sale of said real estate accord
ing to law.
WM. A, INMAN and X W- ROBERTS,
Plaintiffs attorneys. P. o. address Colfax,
county of V\ hitman, Washington.
Notice to Creditors.
In the superior court of the state of Wash
ington, in and for the county of Whitman.
In the matter of the estate of Nancy lieas
ley, deceased.
Notice is hereby given by the undersigned,
administrator of the estate of Nancy Beasley,
deceased, to the creditors of and all persons
having claims against said deceased, or said
estate, to present their claim* with the neces
sary vouchers, within one year after the date
of the tirst publication of this notice, to said
administrator, at his office in the city of Col
fax, Whitman county, Washington.
Dated November 9,1!»00.
Date of first publication November !», I'.MJO
MARTIN R. KRAUSE.
Administrator of the estate of Nancy Beas
ley, deceased.
First publication, November !», 1000.
Last puhlisation, December 7, 1900.
Notice of Settlement of Final Ac
count.
In the superior court of Whitman county,
state of Washington.
In the matter of the estate of Cora A. Arm
strong, deceased.
Notice is hereby given that Edward J.
Armstrong, administrator of the estate of
Cora A. Armstrong, deceased, has rendered and
presented for settlement and tiled in said court
his final account of his administration of
said estate, and that .Saturday, the 29th day of
December, I'.KK). at the hour of 10 o'clock a.m.,
of said day, at the court room of said court, in
the city of Colfax, whitman county, state of
Washington, has been duly appointed by the
said court for the settlement of said account,
at which time and place any person interested
in said estate may appear and file his excep
tions in writing to said account and contest the
same
Dated December 6th. 1900.
W. W. RENFREW, Clerk.
J. N. PickreU attorney for estate.
1 am now prepared to do all kinds of
land business, homestead entries and
proofs, contests, etc. Have had 18 years
experience in land cases. W. A. Inman,
D. B. Commiesioner, Celfax, Wash,
Order in Show Cause.
court ol Whl dm
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copy of this Drder be published at
successive weeksin the C >lfa
paper printed and p iblished in Whitman
ty. state ol Washington.
Done in open court, this 7th day of N
Der, i.'(.*o.
WILLJ \M M DONALD,
Judge oi Shiil Superior Court.
BUte of Washington, 1 ountyof Whitman si
I,W. W. Elenfrew, clerk of the superior court
oi Whitman county, state of Washington do
hereby certify lhat the foregoing is ,1 true ' full
and correct copy ol an ord< c and
enteiedupon the minutes of the said sup
Witness my hand and the sea) of said BupeTioi
coil it hereto affixed, this 7tli day of November
v!-?;"! 1 u-W- W- REN'FRE«V, County Clerk.
By O. L. Kennedy, Deput
Win. a. Inman, attorney for petitioner.
Slierifl-s Salt- oj Heal Estate.
By virtueol an execuUon, Issm I 0 H of the
Superiorcourt of the stair of Waßhimrton n
and for the county of Whitman, holding a
Colfax, In Whitman county, in said state and
to me directed and delivered, for a judmneut
rendered in said court at Colfax, at a reeular
Bitting thereof on the 16th day of November A
D. 1900, in favorof U. B Wilson plaintiff and
against L. D. Pattern and M Pitton defendants!
for the sum of $10 00, with inter,.st „' the rat.'
of 12 per com per annum from the flrsl da
November A.D 189*.), and the further sum of?
attornej a fees, and »21.70, costs of suit I
levied on the following described real estate
U> wit; The south half of the southwest quar
ter oi section nine ! 1 township flfteei
north of range forty-five (45) E. W M situH
lying and being In VV'hitman county Washing-
Notice is hereby given that on Saturday, the
22nd day of December A. D., 1900. st the hour of
2o clock p. m. ol Baidday, at the courl house
door, in Colfax in the county of Whitman, said
state,! will sell all the right, title and luteres
of the said L D Patton and M. Patton, defend
ants, in and to the ab »ye described real estate
at public auction, to the highest and best bid
aer, to satisfy said execution mul all costs
Given under my hand this 20th day of Novem
ber a. 11. 1900.
JOSEPH <\N[ IT
Bnerifl of Whitman County, Washington.
1, v, ,-• , „ H-v ''• A- Elmer, li.amtv.
f. W. Kimball, Attorney for I'laintiil. "
Notice to Creditor*.
In the superior court of the state of Wash
ington, in and for the county <>f Whitman.
In the matter of the estate of Martha Beas
ley, deceased.
Notice is hereby given by the undersigned,
administrator of the estate of Martha Hens
ley, deceased, to the creditors of ami all per
sons having claim- against said deceased, or
said estate, to present their claims with the
necessary vouchers, within one yeai after the
date of the first publication of this notice, to
said administrator, at hi- office in the city of
Colfax, Whitman county, Washington.
Dated, November 9, i'.HjO.
Date of first publication November 9 l'lOO
MARTIN It KRAUSE, '
Administrator of the estate of Martha
Beasley, deceased.
First publication, November 9. l'.iOO.
Last publication, December 7 1900.
Notice for Publication
William Phillips.
Land Office at Walla Walla, Wash., November
10th.1.km Notice is herebygiven thut the f<
ing named settler has Bled noticeoi his Intention
ike final proof in support of hi- claim and
Mint said proof will be made before the<
ty clerk and clerk of the superior court of v nil
mmi comity, Washington, al Colfax, W«
ton on hecember 29th, 190*1 viz: William
I ps, who made 11. E. No 8! li for the
sw ■„ ->■ 15, !j, 15 N. R i: X w'. M. He
names the following witnesses to ;
hi- continuous resilience upon, and eultiva
tlon of sai.l land, viz: Thomas Knox fohn Mm
•••- - un Bi i i and li. Mi
V\ ti is 11.
rOHN M. 1111.1., Ret
Notice for Pnblication.
Edwin S. Allen.
1 and i >ffice al Walla Walla, Wash., November
14th, 1900 Notice is hereby given thai the
following-named settler isms filed notice of Me
intention to make final proof in support ol his
'■hum. and thai s .id proof will be made before
v\ m. A. liiinan, C. s. Commissioner, al his
in Colfax, Wash., ou Saturday, Dec. 2!>th, Ic»».p,1 c»».p,
viz: Edwin s. Allen, w ho made homestead entry
No. 7021, for lots :; and 1 and Xl 2 sWI -1 -.
Pp. 14 N, R. 4> E. He names the following wit
nesses to prove his continuous residence upon
and cultivation of said land viz: Don-las
Richardson Alvin Allen, Henry Parks and John
J. Miller, all of Almota, W«-li
John M HILL, Register.
Notice for Publication.
John P. Kenoyer,
Department of the Interior, Land Office al
Walla Walla, Wash., Oct. 30th, 1900 -Notice ia
hereby given that the following-named settler
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. (nman I" s
Commissioner, at his office In Colfax, Wash on
Saturday, Dec. Bth, 1900 viz: John p Kenoyer
who made H. E No. 5395, for the nw-. Sen. 26"
Tp. 15 N.. K. 40 K. W. M. He names the follow
ing witnesses to prove his continuous residence
upon and cultivation of said land viz: Doaka
Fry, of Dusty, Wash.; Calvin McCracken of
Dusty, Wash.; Joel Doan, of La Crosse, Wash.;
Carl Strutz, of Dusty. Wash.
JOHN M. HILL, Register.
Notice for Publication.
David Power.
Land Office at Walla Walla, Wash October
26, 1900. -Notice is hereby given that th<
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 before
Wm.|A. Inmaii. c. s commissioner, m his offii c
in Colfax, Wash., on Saturday Dec g woo viz:
David Power, who made Hd. entry No 5673 lor
"»e »>s BWi^and s^BE«. Sec. 3, fp. 14 N, R 43
K. W. M. He names the following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon and
cultivation of. said land, viz: Patrick Mai
and Charles B. Miller, both of Pullman Wash
Frank Dowliuß and John Keating, both of Col
fax, Wash.
JOHN M. HILL, Register.
Notice for Publication.
Albert Giuke.
Land office at Walla Walla Wash , November2o
1900.—Notice is hereby given that the follow'
lag-named settler has filed notice of his inten
tion to make final proof in support of his claim
and that said proof will be made before
the County Clerk and Clerk of the Superior
Court of Whitman County, Washington, at Col
fax, Washington, on January .jth 1901 viz:
Albert Guske, who made H. E. No 5423 for the
XW' 4 Sec. 28, Tp. If, N., R 40, X W M He
names the following witnesses to prove his con
tinuous residence upon, and cultivation of said
land, viz: L. 8. Warner, of Endicott Wa-h
Henry Bu-h, Barney Assendrup and Oliver
Brovles, all of LaCroSBP, Wash
John m. HILL, Register.
Notice for Publication
David W. Mael.
Land office at Walla WalU, Wash., October
■24, 1900.—Notice is hereby given that the fol
lowlng-named settler has filed aotice of his in
tention to make tinal i>r<m>f in support of hie
claim, and that said proof will be made before
Wm. A. Inman, D 9 commissioner, at his office
In Colfax, Wash., on Saturday. Dec 15 1900, viz:
David W Mael. who made homestead entry No.
54 9, for the ~K: j SW ; j and SW - ; - 11,1 p.
ltiN,. X 15, E. He names the follow ing witi
to prove his continuous res upon and
cultivation of said land, viz: William X
Guy, Wash, Charles Dash, of Fallons, Wash,
IJamt-s S. l'arviu and Walter M. Chapman, both
of Guy, Wash.
JOHN M, HILL, Register.
<>itl«-r tO Show O«
>nrt of the ttmta "f v, unUinir
ton, in and (>t ifn- po s hitman
In « matter of toe eaU Long ,) e .
Loi .- Kirn In
i

n I- „i
ixlilie
- MILI PS
-
(ration in uniei to r>r
total ai .
hands of
doei in.- ■ .. „,„!
mill
in.' exp. u.se« „f „.i . MiH
timi
1.r,-,i by the curt tbi
be and appear before tin
""■""■r! ' tald court In Colfai Whit
'""" • • Wanhinßton, on the -;h iaj
lember, 1900, al Iwoo'dw-k p tn of „,1,1 ,v»
then and there to show cause whj an onler
rante.l to the »iu<i a.lralni.trator
n satil csute to sell oi mortgage all „f the real
"' Sfl"' '■ (»r no much thereof «s
may be net-eisary v, pay inch rhargei and
! th,it * ropy i,{ this or.ler be pub
: '''• 'al '-! f'>ui - ■ esslve weeki In i1.,-< ol
nted and [.üblishtil
ac in open court this 6th day of November,
Will.iAM M'DONALD,
Judge ol Said Superior (Jourt.
State of Washington, eountj of Whitman
1. w, Kenfrew, clerk of the superior court
of the state oi Washington, in and for \\ hitman
■y. do herdn , ertify thai the foreKOins ts a
of an older dui\
made and entered in said couri in the matter of
-; 1"' "f I : „as,.,i, and ol
1 rd in the journals ol mj oili,-,
--w itness my hand and • -„: Isuperioi
! v'm, ' ' affixed, this7th day of Sovi'in
tn ■r, I'.hn ',
[■■*eal] \V.\\ RENFREW,
„ Coiintj I .| cicrk ol -aid Courl
By 'I I. Xi nnki>i . Deputy.
1 '"I tion Sovember 9th I'JOO
Last publication [>ecember 7th I'.HIO.
Order <«. Show rau N «>.
in the superior court of Whitman county
state ol s\ ashiiigton.
In the matter of the estate of Joseph \ Knit
ington, deceas d.
Order to show cause whj decree of distribu
tion should not lie made
reading and liiiu- the p.-tiii i sum,, m
I lckell, administratrix ol the estate of Joseph
a Bunitigton, deceased, setting fi»rtli ttm
has UK,I her linal account of her administration
ol in.',-late of said ,ie, eased m this court and
tllllt l\ u± B"'' in >. condition to be
'I: that all (in- debts and expense* of ad
ministration have been duly paid, and that a
portion ol said estate remaim to be divided
among the heirs of said defeated, mid praying
ng otherthings for an order of distribution
o: the residue of said estate among tin- persona
entitled; it is ordered that all person* inter
ested in the estate ol Joseph \ Bufhngton, de.
■ earn d be and appear before the superior court
of V\ hitman i oiintv. state of Washington, nt the
pour! room of said court, at Coif ax, In raid
County and state aforesaid, on Monday the
day of December, A. D. I'.'iio. hi ten o'clock a
in. then and there to show cause why an ordei
of distribution should not be made of the
due of said estate among the heirs of naid de
ceased, according to lan.
M is further ordered that a copj ol this order
be published for four nucce«sive weeks before
the said 2 ilh day of December, A. I>. l'JOO.in the
I'oliax Gazette, a newspaper printed and j.uh
nshed m \\ hitman county,*tate of Washington
Dated November Uth. lyoo
WILLIAM Bi'DONALD, Superior Judge.
State of Washington, county ol Whitman s.
I, W. W. lienfrew, county .Jerk and clerk ol
the superior court of Whitman county stale of
n ashington, do hereby certify tbal the forego
ing is a full, true and correct copy of an order
made and entered of record upon the minutes
ol the s.-iid superior court.
Witness my hand arid official s,-,il affixed,lbis
12th day of November, A. D. I'JOO
"•] V,. W. KENFKI \S ,
County Clerk
. 1.. Kknm iv Deputy.
Bheriff'a Sal«^.
teof Washington, county of Whitman M
In the superior coun of the -tnii- of Wash
ington, in and i<>r Whitman county.
Jacob Ogle, plaintiff vs. Fred C Kuehl Mm
nic Kuehl, Willie Kuehl, and Ali<-,- Kuehl
children ol Kred »'. Kuehl ainl Kmila
■n, Kred < . X uehl, a
admiuisl i i f Kmila X uehl, de
'■'1)1M • irenl and nal
han of Minnie Kin hi. Willie I.
huil Alice X hi hi, di I
Don
By *
and entered in the al .-i cause and
daj of November, 1900, a
copy ol which has 1 . ■! and certified t.,
me by the clerk of the said court, under the Real
if, bearing date the lath day of November,
A. \>. 1900, lor the '-inn of .«Uf>l.ss gold coin, with
estat the rate of twelve per cent per annum
from t h<- 6th daj of Septembei A. D. i: ,and the
further sum of f:i'2 00costs, und the further mum
of $100.00 attoruej - fees and also tlie hicn
costs thereon, I. Joseph Canutt, vln-rin of Whil
limn county. Washington, will on the 15th day
of be ember, A p. 1900, at the bourol i n clock
p. in. of Miiil ilay, nt the south front door ol the
Whitman county courthouse atColfax, Whil
man county, state of Washington, sell at public
auction to the highesl bidder, for cash, the
following described rv,u estate, situated, lying
and being in Whitman county, Washington,
nnil particularly described k- follows, to wil
The southwest quarter of section six ;•'.) in
township nineteen (19) north of range forty
four (44) east ol the Willamette Meridian, con
taining 160 mres more or leas, together with
all mid Miik'nlar tin- tenements, heredita
ments and appurtenances thereunto belonging
or in anywise appertaining. Saiil property i«
taken and sold «s the property ol Fred •'.
Kueiii et nl., defendants.
l)jite(l at Colfax, Whitman county, Washing
ton, this nth day of November. \ D. 1900.
JOSEPH CANUTT,
Bherifl of Whitman county, Washington,
By C. A. Ei kkr, Deputy.
R. J. Neergaard, attorney for plamtitl.
Kpceivf-r'H Sal*'
By virtue ol an order of the Hipariar court
of the state of Washington, for Whit
man county, entered in th« matter of The
Moscow National Bank of Moscow, Idaho, in
liquidation, on the 7th ilay of November,
l'.tOO, upon the petition of the undersigned re
ceiver, I, the said receiver, will offer for priv>
ate Hale at uiy otili;»: in Moscow, Idaho, lot 7,
block 11, in the town of Pullman, Whitman
county, Washington, and also the following
described piece or parcel of land, beginning at
the northe tHt corner of lot 1, block 4, of ('ol
ton; thence went 50 feet; thence Math »»0 feet;
thence east 50 feet; thence north t>o feet to the
place of beginning in the town of Cotton,
Whitman county, Wanhinwton, and if naid
real estate above described be not deponed of
by the 12th day of December, L9OO, the name
will be offered for sale, on said day at public
auction for canh, at the ronth court houne
door, in the town of Colfax, Whitruan county,
Washington; said sale to bejjin at 10 o'clock a.
in. on said day. The receiver renerves the
right to reject any and all bids. The receiver
d"es riot u:;kke any representation! a« to, or
any way warranty of the title of paid proper
ty, or to any part theieof, but only offers
for ntch "ale such right, title and interest as
the said bank and the said receiver have thereto.
W. P. CONNAWAY,
Receiver of tile Moaoow National Bank, of
Moscow, Maho.
Dated at Moscow, Idaho, November 7,1900.
Notice of Settlement of Final Ac-
count.
In the superior court of Whitman co uty,
gtate of Washington.
In the:: >Ute of Joseph X. Kuff-
Ington, deceased.
Notice U hereby given isle M. Pickell,at
administratrix"! tJ leph X. Buffing
ton, deceai rendered tt;i.i j I for
iment nn-i filed in M.'irt her :.:ial ac
count of her administration of laid eatate, and
• :, day ol December, 1900, at
ock a. in., of 'lay. at the
■ room of shi'l court, in tin.- city of Colfax,
Whitman i ■ _'!'>!i hat been
.1 ily appointed by the aaid onort for the settle
tid acconnt atwhicti time and place
any person interested in -ail estate nay appear
- n writing to MtkTaccount
and •■ sain.
Dateil November 12th, 19<X».
[SKAI.J W. W. RKNFREW. Clerk.
By «;ko. M. Carey. Deputy.
W'm. J. Bryant, attorney for estate.
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