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WHAT NEIGHBORS IK)
Letters Full of Interesting R«wi Notes
From Many Country Points.
GUY.
Mrs. Maud Bdmiatoa and children
from Wardner, Idaho, are visiting rela
tives here.
Mrs. Murray Morrison lias moved to
(ivy for the winter.
llethodwt Ladies' Aid Society will
give a npper the night of December 20
— jiiMt an old fashioned home sapper
Everybody come and enjoy it.
lira. Mollie Bachna andiittle daughter
arc visiting in Moscow this week.
The Iloweli Brothers, Bert Whetsel
mid James Stover are away on a hunt
ing trip—"a wild goose,chase," we under
stand.
Masons are organizing a lodge here in
town.
Mrs. Caddie Mciteynolds is in Spokane
curing for her very sick daughter, Mrs'
Cora Murray.
A tiny young granddaughter came to
gladden the home of Mr. and Mrs. John
McMahan on Thanksgiving (Jay. The
mother, Mrs. I. W. Shearer, is doing
well
The new parsonage building is steadily
growing toward completion.
Mrs. ftfamie DePeucier of La Cronse
recently spent a week with Mrs. Mollie
Short of Hear Creek and Mrs. Genie A.
Bachue of (ivy.
W. C. T. I', will hold a parlor meeting
at tli: home of Mrs, Mary Standard this
(Friday) afternoon, at 2 o'clock. A
pleasant afternoon is expected by all.
The state evangelist of the Christian
church gave a most excellent talk to
Guy people last Thursday night. He
will hold a series of meetings here in
January, we are informed.
Mrs. Lou Johnson is recovering from
a severe illness of neuraliria.
Ed. Stovers new barn, now about
finished, is the largest und beet one in
town.
'Gene Rice is painting and paperinc
the interior of the furm houses of Mr~.
Walker and (ieorge Miller, in or near
Pine Grove district.
Bay (lark is moving to Moscow,ldaho,
and tiic state of his blind pig must be
determined later.
Edwards college has organized a foot
ball team and the boys are doing some
very creditable practising in that, line.
W. C. T, I", will have a Demorest
medal contest in the near future. Bight
contestants are practising for the event.
While eating popped corn one day
last week, Mrs. .Mamie Loving crunch
pi a hard kernel in such a way as to
never the ligaments of the jaw. *Sbe has
suffered much pain and inconvenience
since.
Mr Janney and a force of men from
Colfax have been moving W. H. Thomas'
grist mill.to the new site. The mill will
be ran by water power henceforth, and
will now soon be ready for steady work.
Frank McV.ahou has been enduring
the pain of a large abscess on the back
of his neck for a long time. Dr. Hall
lanced it Sunday and the young man is
much better.
Ladies of the U. B. church organized
b missionary society last Thursday,with
ten charter members and three branches
of work—home and foreign missions and
temperance. Local meetings for each
branch alternately.
\ Dew independent order of Maccabees
has sprung into existence entirely for
the west, we understand. Quite a large
lodge has been organized here. This
place will soon rank as the banner town
for organizations of all varieties. We
will wake up some morning to much
social distinction.
liA CItOSSK.
Mr. and Mrs. (ieorge Bassett of Wash
tnena Btopped over here a few hours
Thursday, waiting for the up passenger
to take them to Spokane.
John Bolon, who took the contract to
build l'.t miles of fence for William I'at
tt-i>on brought in a boquet of butter
cups last Saturday.
Emory Gordon, accompanied by bin
cousin, Minn Bukill, teacher of the
Pampa school, and Mjhh Alice Bowman,
made La Crosse a visit Sunday.
Miss Alice Bowman, of Pampa, left on
Monday's train for Walla \Valla to visit
her sister, Mrs. Biggins.
Bert Phillips of Pampa was in town
Monday.
W M Hickey took the train Monday
for Oakesdale, to visit relativea and
friends for a few days.
Mrs. T. B. Turner returned Monday
from a few days' visit with her husband
at Walla Walla. Mr. Turner in slowly
improving.
Saturday, November 24, 22(50 pounds
of dressed turkeys were shipped from
thin point.
Mr. Mahoney, the Wallace butcher,
was in town the first of the week, after
W. B. Wood of Meeker wan in town
Tuesday.
<>ne day hist week the Washtucna
train came near not getting back to La
Crosse. Several large rocks had slid
down a hillside and landed squarely on
the track across the I'alouse river from
A. .1. Hooper's place. It took all the
train in :i and two passengers about
one hour to clear the track.
The La Crosse Literary and Debating
Society debated the following question
at the regular session last Tuesday
night: "Resolved, that capital punish
ment should be abolished." The speak
ers were: Affirmative, E. D. Eldredge,
Joseph (handler, W. .1. Tbarp and L. -1
l>e\ililer; negative, J. T. Billups, P. N.
McK.nzie and Frank Mcdintock. The
leader of the debate decided to have
lath judges and the following ladies
were selected: Mrs. T. H. Shobe, Mrs
J. Carman and Miss I.enn Schreck. The
decision was tendered in favor of the
attirmative.
PAMPA
The weather i« quite pleasant, but a
little foggy. Prospect* are good for
next year's crop. There has been plenty
of moisture, and everybody is busy
plowing.
Patnpa hue expanded quite a little
this rammer. The Pacific Coast Ele
vator Co. built a new warehouse; dor
don Bros., our enterprising merchants,
have buiit a large addition to their
(•tore; also a new warehouse and coal
bonne
Kveryone in Tampa and vicinity >b
prosperous, healthy and happy.
J. F\ Gordon of Covello in visiting his
sons, Frank, Emory and H. N. bordon.
Him Amy Rudolph has returned to
her home in Pampa, after a few months
sojoorn in Spokane. .
I. S. Rudolph, from Ananadale, Hi.,
is here visiting his children, Mrs. Winget,
Mif } n\y »t"l Wm Radolph
lD*"f. d«*diogon their homestead
isontK "lt>Hir'««»'i Christmas' tree
Kpa Pr°WrHm f°r rhrit<tlllf- in
:; draparraineiitlaßdiiibe!ngße"ieS
from"'." *«*> »c genial mail carrier
'rom La Crosse to Hooper i- still
P~»Ptand on time. He haTnot mi^d
« trip In nve y eara>
PINE GROVE.
(liH r:;'; lU: f'd 'V' (1. wift' fr<"" «* Banner
th ; M'HH Ver» >'^rson sp,nt last week at
t h°T?n»er aunt who lives near the
S?iS.. tthal him'- we did not learn
tne lady g name.
Basket suppers or entertainments
seem to be very much in order just now,
three having been held in neighboring
districts in the past wee k; one at the
Banner school house, one at the Pitta
school house and one at the new school
house north of kamiae
Mis« Delia Lynch was so sorely afflict
ed with a touch of la grippe last week
that she was bedfast for several dm*
nut is aboal well now.
W. .]. Walker lost a valuable milch
cow last week from an overdose of chop
eed. He was offered $50 for the animal,
hut refused it just a few days before the
accident.
A. J. Stewart has been appointed road
overseer for this district, to whom pou
can apply for assistance to repair the
bad places in the roads.
The literary last Wednesday evening
was both entertaining and instructive.
It was decided by a vote of two to one
that "The love ol money is not the root
of all evil." That being the evening For
the regular election of society offlcers.the
following were chosen: Earl Hodge,
president; (Jeo. Thompson, vice presi
dent; Ralph Hell, secretary; Miss Bessie
Lynch, assistant secretary; Ole Lynch,
treasurer and A. J.Stewart, eergeant-at
arms. The question for next debate in:
"Resolved, That cattle are more useful
than horses."
PEN AW AW A.
The weather hero is !ik<> spring; the
grass in green and growing Fast and
stock is Joins finely on the range.
George Smith wan down to the burg
one day last week on busiueas.
•I. W. Richards was up to Colfax a few
days tiiis week.
N. N. Cota wan a visitor at Penawawa
school last week. There are IS scholars
iv attendance and the gchool in doiug
nicely. Grant C. Ash brook i* teacher,
and in taking great interest in bis school.
Robert Pincher and Susie Reynolds
were visitors at Penawawa last Sunday.
Mr. and Mr*. Herbert Smith were vis
iting at Riparia and Day tun last week.
Prank A. Lee is moving down to his
ranch at I'erington bar.
Mrs. Swinson ofCromell bar was down
fixing up a house for tiie children to go
to school.
James and Charly Simpson are think
ing of going to Oregon soon.
(ieorge T. Smith was over to Eodicott
Thanksgiving.
Born—Nov. 27, to Mr. and Mrs. \. X.
Cota, a son.
KAMI AC.
The basket social given at the kamiac
school house Friday night was a com
plete success. The entertainment began
at 7:30 and lasted until 11 o'clock.
After the entertainment was ended the
baskets were sold at from 2<> cents up
to .*">. Forty-one baskets were sold,
taking up an hour's time. Then supper
lasted until 1 o'clock All enjoyed a
good time, and $28 was taken in, which
goes for the purpose of getting a library
for the school. Mr. Collins was our
auctioneer, and we could not have got
ten a better one.
Mrs. Coryell is visiting in this vicinity
this week.
Ueorge Tempero has bought a cream
seperator this fall. It does excellent
work.
DIAMOND.
Misses Katie Lee and Lydia Waldrip
ami Oscar Waldrip of Colfax college
spent Thanksgiving at home.
Miss Julia Johnson of Spokane is the
guest of Mr and Mrs T. li. Waldrip.
Mr. Wester and Miss (irimsley, our
progressive teachers, spent Thanksgiv
ing at their homes near Thornton.
The Diamond Literary Society met
last Friday evening and elected officers.
The entertainment given at the school
house whs a decided success, showing
careful and efficient training on the par!
of the teachers.
Revival services are being held at the
church under the supervision of Evan
gelists King and Walsh. Considerable
interes is being shown.
How to Cure Croup.
Mr. R. (iray, who lives near Anienia,
Duchess county, X. V.. Hays: '•(ham
berlain'a Coogh Remedy in the best
medicine 1 have ever useu. It is a tine
children's remedy for eroop and never
fails to cure." When given as soou us
the child becomes hoarse, or even aft«r
the croupy cough has developed, it will
prevent the attack. Thin should be
borne in mind and a bottle of the Cough
Remedy kept at hand ready for instant
use as "soon as these symptoms appear.
For sale by all druggists.
The ladies of Whitman county are inform
ed that McOall's Magazine is the handsomest
home and fashion magazine in existence
This celebrated was -zinc offers beautiful pre
niiums to all who rai-e clubs, and illustrates
the famous McCall Bazar Patterns. The pre
miums offered are the handsomest in the
world It contains stories. literary articles
and handsome colored fashion plates. The
publishers wish one representative in every
locality and will send instructions and free
prize offers to any lady who will mention this
' DPr and send her name and address to .he
McCall Company. 144 West 14r,h Street, New
York City.
\ nice box of Gonttaer'a Xmas candies
makes a nice present. You can get the
! finest at The Klk Drug Srore p
A large line of holiday goods at The
Elk Drug Btorgp
H. W. Goff Agt. Fhentx Ins. Co.
COLFAX GAZETTE, COLFAX, WASHINGTON, DECEMBER 14, 1900.
AMONG THK CHITKCHFB.
Hie subject for the Christian Science
lesson sermon for December 10 in: "Ih
the I'niversT-, Including Man, Evolved by
Atomic Force?" Golden text: The
heavens declare the glo»y of God and
the flrmanent sboweth hid handiwork—
I realm* 19:1. Responsive reading, Job
i 36. All are welcome.
The regular Sabbath services will be
held at the United Presbyterian Church.
preaching by the pastor, Hey. William
w. Reid, as follows: 11 a. in., "The
Sixth Commandment;" 7:-"s<i p. in.,
"<irei!t Salvation."
At the Baptist church, services next
Sabbath at 1] a . m. and 7:30 p. hi.
Baptism at <> p. m.
THE SOCIAL BIDE.
Cards are out announcing the mar
riage at Chicago December 6 of Miss
Tempe R. Shepard, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Francis K. Shepard, to Robert
Henry Lacey of Oolfax. The happy
couple will be "at home" at I'olfax after
February L 5 Mrs. W. J. Bryant of this
city, a sister of the bride, was present at
the wedding.
The sawdust walled cellar in the rear
of D. Milliard's home caught fire at 10
o'clock Wednesday night, and fora time
threatened to create a blaze endanger
ing the house. It is beyond the reach of
the tire depart rnent and no alarm was
turned in. The tire, which was in the
sawdust of the walls, was extinguished
by a bucket brigade of neighbors.
Marriage Licenser-,.
The following licenses to we! have
been it-sued during the week by Auditor
Corner: Charles Smith and Bessie E.
Feiguson, Palouse; Henry Klaus and
Nora O'Dell, Colfax; Walter K. Harris
and Edith B.Johnson, Rosalia.
A New Year's Guide.
'1 here is one book every one should
make an effort to get, for the new year.
It contains simple and valuable hints
concerning health, many am ,sing anec
dotes, and much general information.
We refer to Uostetter's Almanac, pub
lished !»y The Hostetter Co , Pittsburgh,
I'm. It will prove valuable to any house
hold Sixty employes are kept at work
on this valuable book. The issue for
1901 will be over eight millions, printed
in the English, German, French, Welsh,
Norwegian, Swedish, Holland, Bohemi
au and Spanish languages. It contains
proof of the efficacy of Hostetters
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
di nggist or general dealer in the coun
try.
Shaw's Pure Malt.—The sick and
delicate need a gentle 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. ■]. Stone, Colfax, Wash*
The Colfax Candy Factory makes a
specialty of the choice confectionery so
necessary and useful during the Holiday
season. Nuts, too, by the sackful, fresh
and prime o
Buy your lady friends a fine puree or
pocket book for Kmas. We are cutting
the price way down. The Klk Drug
Store,
A complete line of Gunther's candies,
put up expressley for Xmas gifts, at the
at the Elk Drui* Store.
City Jewelry Store for cut glass, silver
ware, watches, diamonds and jewelry.
A complete line of elegant holiday
goods «t Farmers'* Drug Store o
Ivsttrh with H. W. Ooff,
Some Reasons
Why You Should Insist on Having
EUREKA HARNESS OIL
Unequaled by ;tnv other.
Renders hard leather Mjft.
E-; >ecially prepared.
Keeps out water.
/^ heavy bodied oil.
Harness
All excellent preservative.
Reduces cost <>t you-- harness.
Never burns the leather; its
Efficiency is increased.
Secures best service.
Stitches kept from breaking.
Oil
|s sold in all
Localities
™ MannfYirtiiT-Pi] t.v
Standard Oil Company.
Summons for Publication in Fore
closure of Tax liien.
No. 500.
In the superior court of the state of Wash
ington, for Whitman county.
Walter Hayfleld, plaintiff, vs. Elizabeth
Weavers, defendant
The state Of Washington to Elizabeth
Weavers:
You are hereby summoned to appear within
sixty days :ifter the date of the first publication
of this summons, to-wit, within 60 days 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 seive a copy of your answer upon the
undersigned attorneys for plaintiff, at their
office below stated; and in case of your failure
so torio. judgment will be rendered'against you
according to the demand of the complaint,
which has been filed with the clerk of said
court.
This action is brought upon Certificate of De
linquency numbered 2222. issued on the 24th
day of November, A. D. 1900, by the county of
Whitman, state of Washington, and now owned
and held by plaintiff herein, for delinquent
taxes for the years 1896-97-98 and 99 upon the
following described real estate situate in the
county of Whitman, state of Washington, to
wit: Lots numbered five (5) and six (6;, in block
thirty-eight „""<), of the town of Farmington, to
obtain judgment foreclosing the lieu thereof
uud for a sale of said real^state according to
law.
WM. A. INMAN AND R. W. ROBERTS,
Plaintiff's attorneys, P. O. address Colfa^,
county of Whitman. Washington.
Notice for Publication
William Phillips.
Land Office at Walla Walla, Wash., November
loth,l9oo—Notice is hereby given that the follow
i ug-:iamed settler has fi led notice of his intention
to make tinal proof in support of his claim and
that saiil proof will be made before the coun
ty clerk and clerk of the superior court of Whit
man county. Washington, at Colfax. Washing
ton, on December I'yth, 1900, \i/.-. William
Phillips, who made H. E. No. 8256 for the
sw' 4 . Bee. 15, Tp. 15 N, R42 K. W. M." He
names the following witnesses to prove
his continuous residence upon, and cultiva
tion of said land, viz: Thomas Knox, John Ma
jors. William Byrd and G. Miller, all of Wilcox,
Wash.
JOHN M. HILL, Register.
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Notice of First Meeting of Creditors
In the District Court of the tinted
States, for the District of Washington
Southern Division.
In the matter of Napoleon Bonrbonnie
and Soloma Bourbonnie, his wife, bank
rupt.
No. 452. In bankruptcy.
To the creditors of Napoleon Bour
bonnie and Solotna Bourbonnie.his 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. I). 1 <)<)<), the said
Napoleon Bourbonnie and Soloma Bur
bonnie, hie wife, were duly adjudicated
bankrupt; and that t&e lirst 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 De
cember, A. I). 1000, at one o'clock in the
afternoon, of said day, at which time
the said creditors may attend, prove
their claims, appoint a trustee, ex inline
the bankrupt, and transact such other
business as may properly come before
said meeting.
Dated November :{<>th, A. 1). 1 <»<)<)
H. W. CANFIELD,
Referee in Bankruptcy.
Notice of First Meeting of Creditors
In the district court of the United
States, for the district of Washington,
southern division.
In the matter of Jacob B. Crawford,
bankrupt.
No. 4">4. In bankruptcy.
To the creditors of Jacob B. Crawford,
of Pullman, iv the county of Whitman,
and district aforesaid,a bankrupt: Notice
is hereby given, that on the 10th da? of
December, A.I). 1900, the Baid Jacob B.
Crawford was duly adjudicated bankrupt;
and that the first meeting of liis
creditors will be held at the office of
the undersigned referee, iv Colfax,
Whitman county, in said district, on
the 4th day of January, A. 1). 1901, at 1
o'clock in the afternoon, of said day, at
which time the said creditors may attend,
prove their claims, appoint a trustee,
examine the bankrupt,and transact such
other business as may properly come
before said meeting.
Dated, December 10th, 1900
H. W. CANFIELD,
Keferee in Bankruptcy.
Notice of First Meeting of Creditors
In the district court of Hip United
States, for the district of Washington,
southern division.
Iv the matter of Hoey V. ilil] and
Ardella Hill, bin wife, bankrupts.
No. 453 In bankruptcy.
To the creditors of Hoey V. Hill and
Ardella Bill, his wife, of Pullman, i:i the
county of Whitman, and district afore
said, a bankrupt: Notice is hereby given
that on the 10th day of December, A. 1).
1900, the said Hoey V. Hill and Ardella
Bill, hi* wife, were (July adjudicated
bankrupt: and that the firnt meeting of
their creditors will be held at the office
of the undersigned referee, in Colfax,
Whitman county, in Raid district, on
the 4th day of January, A. 1). 1901, at
one o'clock in the afternoon of said day,
at which time the said creditors may at
tend, prove their claims, appoint a trus
tee, examine the bankrupt, and transact
Hiich other business as may properly
come before said meeting.
Dated, December 10th, 1900
H. W.CANFIELD,
Referee in Bankruptcy.
Summons for Publication in Fore-
closure of Tax liien.
No. W>.
In the superior court of the state of Wash
ington, for Whitman county.
E. (J. 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 rubli
cation of thia summons, to wit, within sixty
days after the 7th day of December, A. I).
l(.H)0. and defend the above entitled action in
tho_ above entitled court, and answer the com
plaint of the plaintiff, and perve 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 riled
with the clerk of said court.
This action is brought upon Certificates of
Delinquency numbered 301 and ltiS4 issued on
the Ist day of May, A. D 1900. by the couu
ty of Whitman, state of Washington, and now
owned and held by plaintiff herein, for de
liuquent taxes for the years 1893-94 95 96-97
--9S and !>(J, upon the following described real
estate situate in the county of Whitman,state
of Washington, to-wit: Lot No seven (7) of
block No. five (5) of the town of Garfield, to
obtain a judgment foreclosing the lien thereof
and for a sale of said real estate according to
law.
Wm. A. Inman am> R W. Roberts,
Plaintiff's attorneys. P. U. address, Colfax,
c mnty of Whitman, Washington
Notice for Publication.
Edwin S. Allen.
Laud Office at Walla Walla, Wash., November
14th, 1900. Notice is hereby given that the
following-named sejtler has "tiled notice of his
intention to make tiual proof in support of his
claim, and that sad proof will be made before
Win. a. Inman, D. 8. Commissioner,at his office
in Colfax. Wash., on Saturday, Dee. 29th, 1900,
viz: Edwin 5. Alien, who made homestead entry
No. 7CTJI. for lots 3 and 4 and El-2 riWl-4 See. IS,
Tp. 14 N, R. 42 E. He names the following wit
nesses to prove his continuous residence upon
and cultivation of said land, viz: Douglas
Richardson, Alvin Allen, Henry Parks and John
J. Miller, all of Almota, Wash.
JOHN M. HILL, Register.
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DaU'd December llth,
WILUAM M'DONALJJ, Superior Judge
State.of WashinKton, county of Whim
l. w. a Renfrew, countj i terk and
otuie snperiprcourtol SVhltmHn ponnty, gutet.f
Waßhinßton,do hereby certify that the foreg
i> a fun true and correct copy of an order
,"n,' IH«' Il"trr'"i"frt'"nl1 l"trr'"i"frt'"nl ''I"1' l!'- mlnun".
ol to peri or court
w itars-my hand and official seal affixed.thii
eleventh day of December \ l> 1900
~''llls W. W RENFREW,
_^ County Clerk.
Summons for Publication in Pore
closure of Tax Lien
No 503.
hi the superior conn of the state ol w ashine
lou, for \\ hitman county.
Oil. Johnson, plaintiff, \k. estate o) M i
Sexton, decease i. defendant.
The state of Washington to estate of M I
Sexton, deceasi •!:
You are hereby summoned to appear within
sixty dn\ - after the dale of the lir-t publication
of this summon*, to wit. within sixty days utter
the 11th <Ih> of December, A. !>. l9oo,and defend
the above entitled action iv the abw
court, and answer the complaint of the plain
tiff, ana 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, udnnent will !„■ rendered against yon
according to the demand of the co ip
which has turn riled with the clerk o]
court.
This action is brought upon Certificate ol De
linquency numbered :•] with tax n
d issued on the 12th <iaj of January, \ i>
1899, by tin' county of Whitm in, state oi Wash
ington.tand now owned and held by plaintiff
herein, for delinquent taxes fur the vi-.u
--94-95-96-97-98 and 99, upon the followine
scribed real estate, situate in the county of
Whitman, state of Washington, to-wit: lots
111'■'■•■ -i'l'i four, ■••; block thirty live, of Uolbrooli
ik Gill s addition to the town of Garfleld I
tain judgment foreclosing the lien themi
and ior a sale of said real estate according to
law.
WM A IN.VAN,
rros. atty. and plaintiff's attorney, I. 0 ad
dress. Col fax, r.m:ity ol Whitman, Washin
Summons for Publication in b\>re
closure of lax Lien.
No. 'Hi
In the superior conn of the state of Washing
ton, for A hitman county
B. F. Nicholes, plaintiff, vs. F. Ringenbach
defendant.
The state of Washington to K. Ringenbanh:
iou are hereby summoned to appear within
sixty days after the date of the drat publication
oi this summons, to-wit, within sixty days after
the 7th day of December A. I> 1900, and defend
the h,k>vc entitle"! action in the abov
court, and answer the complaint of the plain
tnt and serve a copy of your answer upon the
undersigned attorneys for plaintiff at their
office below stated; and in case of your failure
bo to do, judgment will be rendered against yon
according to the demand of the complaint
which has been filed with the clerk of said
court.
This action is brought upon Certificates of
Delinquency numbered 299 and 1470. Issued on
the 20th and s.;~\ day of February A l> L 9 I
tiie county of Whitman, state ol Washington
and now owned and held by plain tiff herein for
delinquent taxes for the years LB9l-y ; <i 95 96 97
--98 and 99, upon the following described real
estate situate in the count) of w hitman, state ol
Washington, to-wit: lot five <•"<) of block w.
of Prescotl .v Perkin's Riverside addition to
< oifux, to obtain judgment foreclosing tlie lien
thereof and for a sale of said real .stale ai i ord
llltf to lil\\ .
WM. A. [NMAN am, R. W. ROBERI
Plaintifl s attorneys, i. 0. address ( olfax
county oi v\ hitman , VVashiugti
Notice of Settlement of final \<.-
count,
In the superior court of Whitman count]
■ "f Washington.
In the matter of the estate of Com \ Arm
strong, deceased.
Notice is hereby piven thai Edward .1
Armstrong, administrator of the estate of
Com A. Armstrong, deceased, has rend
; ■■ aented foi settlement and Bled in said
his final account of his administration ol
Ban] estate, and thai Saturday, tl
December, I'JOO, at the hour of 10 o'clock a. id.
of ilny. at the court room of said court, iii
the i ity of Colfax, Whitman county, state of
Washington, ha> hern duly appointed I.
v''''t couri for the settlement of said account
at which time and place any person inten
In said estate may appear an.l file his excei>
■ m writing to said account and contest the
game
Dated December 6th, L9OO
,„.,., , W- W. RENFREW, Clerk.
.IN. Pickrell attorney for estate.
Notice of Settlement of Final Ac-
count.
In the Buperipr court of Whitman eonnty
state of U ashington.
In the matter of the estate of Nicholas Didiot
deceased.
Notice is hereby given that Frank A. Lee ad
ministrator ile inn.is non of the estate of
Nicholas Didiot. deceased, has rendered and
:nted for settlement and filed In said court
his final account of his administration of said
estate, and that Tuesday, the Istb day of I
vary. 1901, at the hour of lo o'clock a m of
said day, at the court mom of said court, in the
city of CoLfax, Whitman county, state of Wash
ington, has been duly appointed by the said
court lor the settlement of said account at
which time ami place any person interested in
said estate may appear and rile his exceptions
in writing to Bald account and contest the same.
Dated December Oth. 1900
„ .. ... W. w. RENFREW, Clerk
E. M.Warner, attorney for estate.
Notice of Settlement of Final Ac-
count.
In the superior court of Whitman county
st>ite oi w ashington.
In the matter of the estate of August (Tome
deceased.
Notice is hereby given that Diena Urome ad
ministratrLx ol the estate of August Crome de
ceased, has rendered and presented for -
ment and Bled in said court her final account of
her administration of said estate, and that Sat
urday, the 12th day of January, 1901, at the
of ten o dock- a m.. of »aid day, at the court
room of said court, in the city of Colfax Whil
man county, state of Washington duly
appointed by the said court for the settlement
of said account, at which time and place any
person interested h, snH estate may appear and
tile hi- exceptions in writing to said account
and contest the same.
Dated December llth, woo
I>v- W. RENFREW, Clerk.
W . J. Bryant, attorney for estate.
Notice for Publication.
Albert Guske.
*Land office at Walla Walla Wash., Novemher2Q
1900.-Notice is hereby given that the follow
ing-named settler has filed notice o; his inten
tion to make final prof 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 (M
--fa*, Washington, on January sth, 1901, viz:
Albert Guske, who made H. E. No 54.; for the
NW 1., Sec 28 Tp. 16N., R 40, E. W. M. He
names the following witnesses to prove his con
tinuous residence upon, and cultivation of said
laud, viz: L. 3. Warner, of Endlcott Wash.,
Henry Bush. Karney As.-endrup and Oliver
Broyles, all of LaCrosse, Wash
JOHN M. HILL, Register.
If you want to buy a stock ranch,
fruit farm or choice wheat landn, see
Eacho, Larue & Co G uing rftß r y ,
, January 1."
Notice ol saif off Keal K.Hiaif. at
Public I notion

» WMt tnm
»ud entered ..,, Ul< - »tb ,U. ,„ , . lyUu
'," th< • ■•■/
rd«y
ol eleven "clo.
roiit-ioaroMhe Whitman,
• »N. Whitman i-oiinty. Was.liinKton.iM
Idei for
: the
I , i i 1,.•
the Town
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north. .
ehahi
n, H'l'"' W( bains t<»a , - . r ,,,i- ne»i
i« iiorhwi,! corner ,„■ M ,
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theure south no
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ijiiarl
l'*sl ° ii«»n Une ol tho -- ( tion
chainßiUi,
SJ r!"u ■■ • Ixhtj on
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Sorth C«
out-e rner) . iiohainp tl en«
tainiuu II ' vi
permsi and . o . litior rash
coinol tho i nite.l - . ;lt \ ll \ u ,.
Purchase price to ■ paiJ to the administrator
X :?;;„• I 1;;,! \
Dated December -, 11*00.
. . JAMES X LONG
Administrator of the estate innie 1 I ..ne
Firsl publii ation Dei ember 14 I
Lust i.'ibiji'diii'ii, Jaoua
Order lo Bhuw Uaue,
In the superior courl of Whitman conntj
state ol W ashlngton. '
In the mattei o| the v late ol Foaeph X Rufl
ni, ileceaN d.
lerto show cause wh) ,| distrih i
lould no) be made
"" readiug a „., „, >l]Mt . M
''" '■''•'• •■ ■ Urix ol ti state „f i,m,.|.h
X. Bumngtoii, deceased, Retting forth thai she
has filed her linn] account ofhei administration
ol the estate of said decease*] in this court mid
that the said estate le in h condition to be
closed; that all the debts and expenses of ad<
ministration have been duly paid, and that a
portion of said estate remains to be divided
among the heirs ol h U I ■!, i ea .-t, ami praying
hings for an order of distribution
111 Illr """l f said •■■till- among the persons
entitled; H is ordered thai all person* inter
:in th< estate ol Joseph X Ituftington de
d. be and appear before the superior court
ol \\ hitman couuty, state of W ashinßton a) the
pourt room ol said court, .it Col fax in ■
county tuid state aforesaid, on Monday the 24th
day of December, A. D. 1900, al ten o'clock a
in. then and there to show cause whj an order
of distribution should not be made of tbe resi
dueof said estate among the hcirH of said de
ceased, according to law.
It in further ordered that h copy of this order
be published for fo . „-f,,,,.
the said .'iih day of December, A. D. 1900, in the
Coliax GaxeUe, a newspaper printed and pub
lished in A hitman county,state of Washiu
Dated November r/iu, i-«ni
WILLIAM M'DONALD, Superior Judge.
State of Washington, couuty of Whitman
I, W. W. Renfrew, county clerk- and Hrrk of
the superior court of Whitman pounty stateol
vN ashingti fy thai the for
>ug is a full, true and correct copy ol an order
and entei >rd upon the ml
<>t the said superior co i
Witness my hand and ■ • „1 nffl ied tlii^
12th .lih oi November, .\ D. I!MW
[skal] w. W. RENFREW,
County Clerk
By i). L. Kknnkdy, Deputy.
Sheriff's sal«-.
Washingt ■. of U hitman sh
In 11,. sui i rior courl of the slate <>f v.
iiiKton. in and foi Whitman county.
Jacob Ogle, plaintiff. >s Pred i ' Km. hi Mm
nic Kuehl, W Illie Kuehl, hh.i viii-e X
minor children ol Im,-,i ( . Knehl and I
Kucti cm, I- it-, Ic. Km.-hi as
»■''"< I Kmila Kuehl, de
d, and Fred C X lehl us parent uuil
lian >>i Mil ■ Kuehl, U illje X uehl
and Alii •■ X nehl, del
Deere< ol fo eulosure and order of sn|c
By virtue ol a •!<■ trdei ol Kale made
and entered in the above entitled cause hm<i
"ii the ISlh'day of November, 1900, «
copy of w hii h has ■ -l and certified to
me by the H>-rk of the said court, undei th
then of, l*eariD: . daj or N'ovemtx r
A. U. I'JOO, foi , v ,til
mini
a the 6th day of .Septembt-rA. D. l'JOO.aud the
s, and the >.
ol 110 ■ and al*o the incrcaNetl
thereon, i. Joseph i lanii '
man county, Washington, will on the 15th day
• Derember, A D. 1900, at the hotirof
i> in. of said ■ 1 n>■, at the soul h
an county courl house, ,v C ilfax, W
man county, state of Washington, nell »t' i<
auction to the highesi bidder, for cash, the
following described real estate, situated, lying
and being In Whitman county. Washington,
and particularly described >is follows, to-wit
The southwest <jHJirtcr ol section six (6) in
township nineteen (19} north of range forty
four (44) east of the Willamette Meridian, con
tainins 160 acres more . together with
all and Bingular the tenements, heredita
ments and appurtenances thereunto belonging
or in anywise appertaining. Said property in
btki-n and sold hk the property oi Fred C,
Kueh I ft al., defendants.
Dated at Col/ax, Whitman county, Washing
ton, this lnti day of November, a. 1>". 1900,
JOSEPH C\^' I I
siit-rii!'of Whitman county, Washington
By C. A. Xi meb, Deputy.
k. .1 Neergaard, attorney for plaintiff.
Sli*'iifl-H Sale <»1 H<-al Estate
By \ Irtue "i hm m out ol the
Superior court ol I >n, In
and for the county of Whitman, holding at
ix, in Whitman county, in said state, mid
to me directed and delivered, fur n judgment
rendered in said courl ai i i Lfax, at a regular
sitting thereof on the 16th day ol November a.
D. 1900, in favor of (J. ): Wilson plaintiff, and
against L. I. Patton and M Pat ton defendants,
for the sum of ftO.OO, with Interest at the rate
of 12 per cent per annum from the first di
November \.l r irtnersumoff2
attorney's fees, and I* ot unit, I Imve
levied on the following tate,
! mth Uhl! ol the southwest quar
ter nf Beetion nine 9), township fifteen ;15),
north of ranee fortj E. W. M., situated,
lying and being in Whil ntj Washing
ton.
NoticeUhei that <m Saturday, the
22nd 'lav of December A. !>.. 1900. at the h -urof
2o'clockp. m of said day, at the court |
ilo.ir. in Colfax in t he county of Whitman, -mM
I «!! the right, title »m<! in*
of the said L l». Patton and M. Patton, del
■ •
at pu tion, to the
ilcr, to satisfy said •
i>i 1201 day of Novem
ber a. I>. i
rOSEPM CANCTT,
- eriff ol wiii!':. W - uton.
By C. A. Elmer. Deputy.
l. \\. Kimball, Attorney for Plaintiff
Notice of Settlement of Final Ac-
count.
Iv the superior court ol Whitman county,
gton.
In the matter of the estate of Joseph X. Kuff
■ ■_;, deceased.
Notice is herebj given that 9usie M. Pickell.as
administratrix ol tli I >f Joseph X. Buffing
in 1 presented for
i in srtia court her On*] *.-
■■! her admit Mid estate, and
that Monday, tl -■ >of December, 1900, at
i. : r of T'-Tl •■ ■ ':•>■ X «. IB
court '"art. in the city of Colfax,
Whitman ■ - • .- i.^t.-n
linted by U -srt fur the >pttit-
•rhieh tnnr- aivl place
any person Intere*! te may aiiinar
and file his exceptions in writing to said act
&vA contest the same.
Dated November 12th. 1)
[-kai W.W. KKNFREW. CIerk.
By UFo. M. Carey, Deputy.
W'm. J. Bryaut, attorney for estate.
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