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FROM COUNTY'S BOOKS
List of Instruments Filed for
Record in a Week.
Got. I'atciits and Receipts
United States to Geo. W. Stevens,
awq '20-15-4(5, patent.
I United States to Jas. L. Coffee, seq
United States to Thos. N. Crow,
BWq swq 120-14-46, ]>atent.
United States to Juo. H. Griffith,
sh seq 27-IG-45, patent.
D. C. Woodward and wife to E. R.
Earroll, lot 13, blk 56, Colfax,
Kobt. A. Sbartz to Abraham
Shurtz, seq 34*14-39, $1000.
Abraham Shurtz to Robt. D. Davis,
aeq 34-14-39, $4000.
Thob. L. Bilderback to Henry
Krotn, seq 0-15-42, 15600.
Cbas. Aiken and wife to Henry
Krom. nwq swq 10 15-42, 82000.
Milwaukee Land Co. to Mrs. L. M.
Smeaton, lot 14, blk 31. Maiden,
Jno. Bishop and wife to Ida E.
I Prose, lots 2,3,4, Squires & Gaddis'
subdivision, lots 4,5,6,7, blk 2, Law
rence & Holbrook's add, Pullman,
Wm. Chandler et al to Ohas. F.
Carsou, lota 4,5, blk 5, Hay, $50.
Chas. F. Carson and wife to Luad
F. Bates, lots 4,5, blk 5. Hay, $550.
Wm. S. King and wife to Claude
A. Harper, pt seq 2-18-41, tract in
neq 2 18-41, 82800.
Claude A. Harper and wife to Wm.
S.King, lot 5, blk 2, Lockhart's add,
St. John, 81100.
Lillian V. McKenzie to Katie D.
Metz, lot 9, pt lot 8, blk 55, Coltax,
Orrin E. Tiffany and wife to L.
Wallner, pt 6 20-46, $1880.
Bessie Setters to Frank Tempero,
} 4 interest in nwq 8-16 45, i? 2400.
Emma Q. Keinhardt to Frank Tem
pero, % interest in nwq 8-16-45,
Emma G. Reinhardt, (idn., to
Frank Tempero, '4 interest in nwq
8-16-4 5, 124U0.
J. \V. Higgins and wife to Kate D.
Metz, lots 10,11, blk 48, Colfax.
A. F. McClaine and wife to Chas.
N. Darling, awq 8-IG-45, 15760.
I. R. Hagbey, Admr., to Lillie M.
Parviu, lot 3, blk 1"), Syndicate add,
Wm. Chandler et al to .Mary L.
'I'agßart, tract in 21-14-39, 8500; to
B. B Taggart, iota 2,3, blk 1, Hay,
Ralph Stephenson to Emma L.
Stepheuson, nwq 27-19 11, 91.
Bmma Bropby and husband to Isiah
Goes, lots 13,14, blk 6, St. John.
Sophia Leonard and husband to M.
D. Overby sh swq 3-17-45 except.rl.
Robt. Burns and wife to Ann C.
Layman, lots 1,2,3,4, blk 5, Pull
State of Wash, to Anna E. Snyder,
wh 36-15-39, 68350.
B. P. Truax and wife to Ernest A.
Huffman, sh lot 4, nh lot 5, blk 5,
W. F. Juvinall and wife to Mrs. P.
B. Juvinall, lot 3, blk 1, -las. H.
McCoy's add, Oakesdale, $550.
Anna E.Soyder to Jos. Corrington,
wh 36-15 39, 815,257.
H. E. Nichols and wife to C. Mc-
Coy, blk 7, west of D St., Breeding's
add, Palouse, $1000.
Frank A. Weston to Wm. P. Wil
liams, lot 1, blk 4, Garden City add.
C. M. Hooper and wife to A. R.
Mclnturff. blk 1, Hooper's add,
Juo. Lewis and wife to Ezra J.
Franz, sh sh 8-19-44, bond for deed,
j Win. F. Conyard aud wife to Chaa.
fL. Chamberlain, swq neq. nh B©q,
swq 8-16*42, B~<>oo.
Mattle J. Crane to A. L. Ballaiue.
geq 35-18-42, |50.
\V. 11. Harvey aod wife to W. L.
Davis, lota 13,16, McGee's subdivis
ion of lots 1,2 of 5-14-45, $650.
H. S. Milner and wife to Geo. T.
Huffman, 8b neq, lots 1,2 of 1-10 45,
Frank Schwenne and wife to J. 0.
Kouen, lota 4,5,6,7,8, blk 8, lots I,
2.3,4, bik 17, lot 1, blk 7, Greif &
Schwenne's add, Uniontown, $450.
Frank Schwenne and wife to J. C.
Konen, locs 1,2, blk S, Greif Jc
Schwenne's add, LJaicntown, $100.
Mary Thomas to John Helm, ah
ewq, eh seq 22-17-40, $50u0.
Alonzo Tift aud wife to G.G. Aune,
lots 2,3,4, ewq neq 2-14-39, $5610.
F. F. Williams et al to Isaac Wai
dron, lots 1,2, blk 5, Garfleld, $10.
Peter Proff, Sr., and wife to Chas.
Hardesty, sh swq 14-20-43 (except)
Frank Callahan and wife to R. E.
Kucker, pt lot 5, blk 5, Garfleld, $1.
Esten Nervig and wife to G. G.
Aune, sh nwq, nh swq 2-14-39,
t' Robt. J. Meredith to Isaao E.
Hill, lot 2, Throop'a Ist addition to
Iven O. Purnell and wife to C. W.
Pnrnell, swq neq, nwq eeq 1-13-45,
Win. A. Wallis and wife to S. K.
Burmese, lota 13,14,15,17,16,18,19, blk
4, lots 7,8,0, blk 5, lots 4 to 0, inc.,
blk 8, lota 1 to 15, inc., blk 9, lota
1 to 6, inc., blk 10, lots 4,5,(3, bkl 11,
Rossiter's add, Pullman, $800.
Jos. Ciroum and wife to Frank
Rleehenauer, eh neq 18-17-43, i>t seq
Everett X. Cramer to Margaret A.
Marab, seq, lots 1, 2 of 1-20-40,
Railway LaDd & Improvement Co.
to Tbos. M. Durham, lots 11, 12,
22, blk 10, lot 9, blk 54, resurvey of
Cbas. L Jaque9 and wife to D. B.
Dorsey, lots 10 to 15, inc., blk 7,
Thornton, 54 00.
Barbara E. MoAlister to Lena
Muir, wh lot 1, wh lot 2, blk 4,
Cham I era add, Pullman, 11.
Colfax National Bank to Cyrus N.
Neel, section 9, sh 3-14-40, 61.
Susan T. Crow to Oliver H. Crow
et al, seq swq, swq seq 20, neq nwq,
nwq neq 2J-14-46, wh nwq, seq nwq,
lot 2 of 29-14-46, awq swq 20-14-46,
B. K. Kelly to Harry Roberts, lot
11, blk 2, Rosalia, $100.
Harry Roberts and wife to Geo. H.
Soblegel, lot 11, blk 2, Rosalia, 91.
M. W. Whitlow to Geo. Farrand,
1-2 interest in pt lots 3,4 of 1-14-45,
Geo. E. Farranp to M. W.
Whitlow, lots 1,2 of 3-14-45, sh nwq,
oh swq 34, sh neq, neq neq, eeq nwq,
nh seq, nh sh seq 35-15-45, 9L.
W. W. Wallaoe to Jno. E. Thomas
and wife, nh neq, seq neq, neq seq
20, fractional 29-20-41, $1.
Jno. G. Powers to Jennie Powers,
pt lots 3,6, lots 5, 4, blk 10, lot 8,
blk 12, pt lot 9, blk 12, Fitch's add,
Edw. P. Powers and wife to Jennie
Powers, pt lots ]3, 6, lots 4, 5, blk
10, Fitch's add, Palouee, S6OOO.
W. C. McCoy to R. W. Steven
eon, lots 10,11,12, blk 3, Oakesdale,
H. If. Boone and wife to Luretta
J. Averill, blk 2, Boone's Park add,
Eva L. Ford to Louis Band, lots
11,12, bik 4, Lawrence & Holbrook's
add, Pullman, $50.
Milwaukee Land Co. to S. R. War
wick, lot 4, blk 11, Seabury. $67.
Milwaukee Land Co. to S. Poat, lot
8, blk 23, Maiden, $100.
C. G. Sellers et al to C. L. Pem
bertou et al, tract in Palouse, 91500.
Emma C. Coply to E. H. Rosen
kranz, tract in swq swq 14-16-43
Juo. A. Marsh to Henry Lieuweber,
tract in awq 29-17-41, $1187.
Northwestern Improvement Co. to
Laura A. Kinney, lots 13,14, blk 10,
County Treasurer to E. W. Wag
ner, lots 7, 8, blk 13, west of G
Street, Breeding's add, Palouse, pt
bik B, Robard's add, Palouse, $3.
Cyrus N. Neel and wife to Wm.
Walter, tract in swq 9-14-40, $300.
W. H. Mills and wife to M. W.
Liudley, lot 8, blk 8, St. John, $500.
Jno. G. Powers and wife to H. A.
Paulseu, seq (except) 35-17-45, pt
lots 2,3 of 1-16-45, $6400.
County Treasurer to E. W. Wag
ner, lots 1,2, blk 2, lot 2, blk H,
Agricutural add, Pullman, lot 3, blk
1, lots 1,2, blk 8, Smith's add, Pa
louse, lots 3,4, blk 12, Beach's add,
Palouse, lot 4, blk 2, Johnson's add,
Palouse, lot 1, blk 5, west of E
street. Breeding's add, Palouse, $10.
Thos. W. Hemp and wife to Ralston
McCaig, lots 9,10,11, blk 13, Rosal
Jno. Gallagher and wife to Rudie
E. Gullick, neq 1219-45, $1800.
Frank Terapero and wife to A. W.
Laird, nwq 8-1(5-45, swq 5-16-45,
Eduard Hagedorn and wife to Lars
Bolauder, nwq 32-15-46, 83000.
Levi C. Lukins and wife to Dan'l.
H. Dobbins, uwq 23-17-40, 81000.
Henry Krom and wife to B. D.
Crocker, eh ueq 5, nh nwq, awq nwq
Edna L. Crouch and husband to G.
\V. Lame & Co., lot 4, blk 1, Pres
cott & Perkins' Riverside add, Colfax,
Robt. D. Davis to Abraham Shurtz,
seq 34-14-39, 82500.
Henry Krom and wife to T. L. Bil
derbaek, seq 9-15-42, nwq swq 10-15
Isaac J. Davis and wife to Farmers
State Bank of Colfax, eh lot 1, blk
21, Colfax, lots 1.2, blk 25, Endi
W. H. Moser and wife to Geo. C.
Jewett, swq 8-16-45, $3000.
W. G. Frock to Security State
Bank, swq,swq neq, sh nwq ot 19-16
Simon Wiedrich and wife to Heth
erington & Riechers, sh nwq,ueq swq
nwq seq 4-16-30, (1000.
\V. S. Games and wife to Harriet
JL.. Harvey, lots 7,8, blk 6, J. H.
McCoy's Ist add, Oakesdale, $700.
R. A. Blackwelder to H. D. Mat
tingley, livestock, 600 bushels wheat
on neq 6-18-41, $223.
Mary A. Nevina to M. Lottie Sher
man, lot 1, blk 10, McOroskey's add,
COLFAX GAZETTE, COLFAX, WASHINGTON, APRIL 1, 1010.
Chas. It. Chamberlin and wife to
W. F. Conyard, ewq necj, ne<i swq, uh
et'q 8-16-42, 14000.
Isaac E. Hill and wife to B. D.
Crocker, lot 2, Tbroop'slst add, Step
John Helm and wife to Mrs. Mary
Thoma9, eh " swq, eh eeq 22-17*40,
Q. G. Aune and wife to Union
Trust Co., sh nwq, nh swij, «wq ueq,
lots 2,3,4 of 2-14-39,84400.
Isaac Waldrou to First National
Bank of Kitzville, lots 1, 2, blk 5,
J. C. Peteriiian and wife to G. A.
Davis, Its 1,2, blk 14, Wiley's let add,
H. J. Nasou and wife to H. A.
Kaeppler, lot 18, blk 3G, Maiden,
Chas. E. Hardesty and wife to
Peter Proff, Sr., eh swq 14-20-43
Thos. J. Sills and wife to Geo. C.
Jewett, wh swq IG-21-45, $2000.
Cryaa N. Neel and wife to G. W.
Lame & Co., sb 3, all 9-14-40 (ex
Cyrus N. Neel and wife to Interna
tional Mtg. Bank, sh 3, all 9-14-40
L. F. Buff and wife to First Sav
ings & Trust Bank, wh nwq, eeq nwq,
nwq swq' 20-13-38, $1050.
T. J. O'Day and wife to H. A.
Kaeppler, lot 7, blk ' 52, Maiden,
Luretta J. Avenll to H. C. Wood
ward et al, blk 2, Boone's Park add,
M. Wallace Dudley and wife to
Jno. Terhune, pt Jot 2, blk 1, Black
hurst & Kurd's add, St. John, |300.
R. E. Jope and wife to D. M.
Dobbins, tract in Garflekl, $GOO.
Ole Dahl to W. W. Renfrew, tract
in Farmington, $100.
Frank H. Scott to Floyd Wilson,
livestock, 600 bushels wheat on 11-18
Seth Drake to H. D. Mattingley,
Mark Stuart to S. J. Marvin, live
L. C. Sumpter to J. B. Sumpter,
crop on eh neq, nwq, nwq neq, neq
nwq 30-20-45, swq 17-20-45, $800.
O. E. Anderson to Nat'l. Bank of
Oakesdale, livestock, $50.
P. V. Wester to Wilson Johnston,
crop on pt neq 11-13-38, 6816.
Leonard L. Miller to C. E. Rice,
Chas. Zitnmerle to T. L. Williams,
livestock, harness, 6175.
Reuben Lakin to Chaa. Stirewalt,
crop on nh 14, nwq 13-15-45, $513.
W.H. Clark to Clarke A; Eaton Co.,
cow, implements, §100.
\V. R. Ellis to Farmers State Bank,
livestock, buggies, $4 8.
Adolpb Tide to A. Kroll, livestock,
etc., 2-3 crop qu nwq, \vh neq 12
--15-42 i'except) 81109.
W. F. Wilson to Chas. W. Kees
ler, crop on 33-18-42, $815.
Shoudy Bros. & Imbler to Juo. W.
Morgan, cbat; to Ira Cogburn et al,
Jas. Carbery to Jas. Campbell,chat.
Bayard T. Byrna to Chaa. Jester,
Investors' Mtg. Security Co. to
Jacob Reiber, real mtg.
Isaac Neaoe to Isaac J. Davis and
wife, real rutg.
Walter Frazar Barrel!, Trustee, to
J. D. Leuty, real mtg.
Alliance Trust Co., Ltd., to Chas.
J. Dicus, real mtg.
Pullman Savings & Loau Aes'n. to
W. J. Greeuaway, real mtg.
Pacific Loan & Invent. Co. to L. C.
Lukins, real mtg.
Jno. G. Gibson to Wm. A. Adair
and wife, real mtg.
J. W. Richards to Lillian V. Mo-
Kenzie, real mtg.
R. E. Gallic* to Elizabeth Galla
gher, real mtg.
Alfred O. Brandt to Napoleon
Fournier, real mtg.
Farmers State Bauk of Colfax to
COUGHS AND COLDS.
Catarrh, Croup and Sore Throat
Cured by Hyomei.
The germs of catarrh cannot exist in
the same atmosphere with antiseptic
Hyomei (pronounce it High o me).
Breathe Hyomei and relief from ca
tarrh, coughs, sore throat or cold will
come in two minutes.
Breathe Hyomei and that stomach
straining hawking; in the morning will
Breathe Hyomei and kill the catarrh |
germs; heal the inflamed membrane, i
stop the discharge of mucus and prevent
crusts from forming in the noee.
Breathe Hyomei for a few minutes each
day and forever rid yourself of contempt-
Breathe Hyomei—give it a faithful
trial and then, if you are not satisfied,
you can have your money back.
Hyomei is sold by druggists every- '
where and by V. T. McCroskey. A com
plete outfit costs but $1.00 and consists
of a hard rubber inhaler that will last
for years, one bottle of Hyomei and full
instructions for use. If a second bottle
of liquid is needed you can get an extra
bottle of Hyomei inhalent for 50 cents.
It relieves stomach misery, sour 6tom«
ach, belching, and cures all stomach dis
ease or money back. Large box of tab
lets 50 cents. Druggists in all towns. .
T. L. Bilderbaok, partial release renl
Security State Hank to Chaa. N.
Darliiiij. rtaJ mti,'.
North western ft Pae. Hypotbeek
bank to Made Hanseo, real mtg.
Chas. A. Stormes and wife to So
pbia Leonard and husband, two real
11. E. Davis to W.F. Juviuall, real
Potlatch Lbr. Co. to Kd. J. Mari
nean et al, lieu.
Frauk Callahan to R. B. Rocker et
al, real mtg.
Ralston McCaig to Mrs. If. J. Lar
rick, real mtg.
Hollaud Bank to Wesley Marsh,
Bank of Farmington to Henry
Soheehuber et al, real mtg.
Wm. L. Linke to Jos. Groom, real
McGoldrlek Lbr. Co. vb. Isaac E.
Hill et al, lien.
Jno. C. Williams, Sr., to Jno. W.
Bowerman, real mtg.
C. A. Leighton to Jonathan Smith,
Jas. P. Warner to Jonathan Smith,
C. R. Hays to J. S. Mullius, par
tial release of chat.
Robt. Derioks to J. B. Conover,
M L. Baxter to Harry Williams,
Dan'l. M. Dobbins to Thos. H.
Gribbins, real mtg.
J. C. Wilson to Walter H. Mills,
Best Treatment for Colds.
"Most ordinary colds will yield to the
simplest treatment," says the Chicago
Tribune, "moderate laxativeH, hot foot
baths, a free perspiration and an avoid
ance of exposure to cold and wet after
treatment." While this treatment is
simple, it requires considerable trouble,
and the one adopting it munt remain
in doors for a day or two, or a fresh cold
is almost sure to be contracted, and in
many instances pneumonia follows. la
it not better to pin your faith to an old
reliable preparation like Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy, that is famous for its
cures of colds and can always be depend
ed upon? For sale by Hamilton Drug
Not a Man
in this place, no matter what his age,
can afford to let himself become crippled
with rheumatism. Every time you have
it, no matter how slightly—you are add
ing to the danger of being finally crippled
Use Ballurd's Snow Liniment and it will
not only cure the rheumatism but will
limber your muscles and joints, making
you as spry and active as a boy. Sold
by V. T. McCrnskey.
The Call of the Blood
for purification, tindn voice in pimplep,
boile, sallow complexion, a janndic d
look, moth patches and blotches on the
nkin — all signs ol liver trouble. But Dr.
King's New Life i *i 1 le* make rich, red
blood; give clear skin, rosy cheekp, fine
complexion, beakh. Try them. 25c at
Woman loves a clear, rosy complexion.
Burdock Blood Bitters purify the blood,
eleare the skin, restores ruddy, sound
Torturing eczema spreads its burning
area every day. Doau's Ointment quick
ly stops its spreading, instantly relieves
the itching, cures it permanently. At
any drug store.
Doan's Regulets cure constipation,
tone the stomach, stimulate the liver,
promote digestion and appetite and easy
pasHßges of the bowels. Ask your drug
gist for them. 2f» cents a box.
There's nothing bo good for a sore
throat as Dr. Thomas' Electric Oil. Cures
it in a few hours. Relieves any pain in
It's worth something to the men of
this town to be able to step into such a
clothing store as the Whitehouse Cloth
ing Co. and get ready to wear such
clothes as Hart Sehaffner & Marx make.
Royal Rose flour in made in Col
fax, Whtiman county.
Shirkey & Glaser, graduate opticians.
Pint of Milk, merged into one pound
Butter 5c sr
Wonderful new discovery. Family
size machine makes 3 pounds in 2
minutee. No chemicals used. Pure
food absolutely. A godsend to every
family. Five Cents a Pound.
Think what that eaves in one year,
25 eworn testimonials.
California Commission Co.
Central Trust Building
568 Golden Gate Avenue
SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA
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Eggs for hatching from thoroughbred
S. C. Brown Leghorns. Send for
Coif ax Poultry Yards
E. H. Rosenkranz, Prop.
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agTj*»jßl X your place need painting, there is no bet- Ifc^—G
i tßp*?!| ttr °PP°rtunity offered than the present for w^d*-**
f.r-^S^-j brightening them up. T '/?:;
i jtj~~j Sherwin-Williams Paint, Prepared (s. w. p.) mE^^S
f£"\^™l ; s t ; le j x . st p a j nl f or outside use. By using a hi^h nP^V«J>-^
quality paint like S.W. P. you cafe preserve the wood L. '...
if -j in your house for many years, so that it will look fry—- j
\ ) bright and fresli when other houses that have not Km WK^;-"V"}T
painted or have been finished with a cheap paint are I?=^*^!
'— — "I showing the effects of the wear and tear. Paint now
"^ alK^ keep >'our buildings in good repair hy protecting Jriir"' ~^l
fairts»|ff them from weather exposure. Don't forget, too. that ■ ""•*—*i. '
■ ■ j the inside of the home can be made more cheery by }
j=^— —-iiJ brightening up the little things such as tables, chairs, T
|a'^ Rs|| Sherwin-Williams Brighten Up Finishes " ] \L ri •'„'
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iC^r^-J in and about the home. No matter what you want
I^E^saS to do over —you only have to ask for S-W Brighten jjbfc-^--^
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P^v™^.-!-* the purpose at liana. ex^^.h/-!
fejf^^^^J We are Sherwin -Williams agents and carry a
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i^PL^***^^> US yoUf pant Pr°blems and let us help you C^^^\J&l
If you want the most up-to-date farm machinery, which we a re us'n*
every effort to secure, investigate The Corn King Manure
Spreader, The Ohio Double Disc Harrow, which elimi
nates side draft, is tongueless and can be changed into a single disc in
twenty minutes, and The ISrillion Pulverizer, Packer and
Roller. IF IT IS UP-TO-DATE, WE HAVE IT.
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coifax, Company w™h
Capital 850,000 Surplus $15,000
First Savings & Trust Bank
of Whitman County TZ.
The only regular Savings Bank and Trußt Company in Whitman
county. -4 per cent Interest paid on Savings Deposits
and credited semi-annually. As your Jewelry, Silverware, Valuable
Papers, etc., are never safe from Burglars and Fire if kept in your
Home, you should insure their safety by renting one of our Safety
Deposit Koxes for 8~ ( OO a year.
Regular Banking Business Conducted
We will appreciate your check account and will give yon in return
absolute safety, courteous treatment and business methods along all
lines of conservative banking. rWe negotiate, buy and cell Mort
gages on Palouse Farms at reasonable rates.
I Interest Paid on Savings ijjrQ'T QQH 'TC I \\
£ Accounts to Date ®*J I )Ot)\J> t & > X
» iinwiiiiiißiiiiii immvtt •u.nmm an n m
Are you going to build or make any repairs about the place
this spring? No matter whether you want a few odds and
ends to fix up with or a complete house or barn it will pay
you to see us before buying elsewhere.
Standard Lumber Co.
D. H. FIDDES, Agent Colfax, Wash.
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