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FROM GOUNIY'S BOOKS
List of Instruments Filed for
Record in a Week.
Got. Patents ami Receipts
United States to EUen Trimmer,
wh swq, wh nwq 22*13-45, patent.
W. B. Gainea and wife to G. W.
Martin, pt lot 20, blk 12, Oakesdale,
E. W. WaKner and wife to Geo.
M. Carey, lot 1, blk 5, west of E
street, Breeding's add, Palouse, lot
15, blk 9, Beach's add, Palouae, lot
3, blk i, lota 1, 2, blk 8, Smith's
add, Palouse, pt blk B, Robard's
add, Palouse, $250.
Smith H. McCall and wife to Chas.
P. Ford, lot 7. blk 2, Winona, $150.
Sarah Krickson, guardian, to Thos.
Balken, one-fourth interest in neq
22-20-45 (except) 83250.
Kathryn P. Martin and husband to
Gust E. Anderßon, lot 2, seq nwq, pt
nh nwq 8-14-46, $1.
A. L. Brown and wife to Jno.
Miller, lot 18, hlk 32, Maiden, 1700.
Jno. W. Wiseman and wife to
Henry Gerlitz, lots 2,3,4, swq neq,
sh nwq 5-16-43, $6,830.
1.0.0. F. Lodge No. 29, Pullman,
to J. H. MeTier, lot 83, cemetery,
Myron A. Sherman, Jr., to Jno. B.
Maobin, ub ueq, neq uwq, lot 1 of
Sarah Eriokeon to Thos. Balken,
one-fourth iutereat in neq 22-20-45,
Luther X. Williams and wife to
Daniel Newton, neq 21-18-44, 81C-,
R. C. Browning and wife to An
drew J. Stone, nwq, nh ewq 31-20
D. M. Glick to Sarah Eriokson,
one-half interest in pt swq 14-20-45,
pt nwq 23 20-45, $12,500.
Jno. Helm and wife to Jno. L.
Smiok, lota 6,7, blk 2, H. D. Smith's
Ist add, Eudioott, $930.
Myron A. Sherman and wife to My
ron A. Sherman, Jr., nh neq, neq
nwq, lot I of 30-18-42, 81.
D. M. Glick to Sarah Eriokson,
guardian, one half interest in pt ewq
14-20-45, pt nwq 23-20-45, $12,500.
Chas. H. Strope and wife to Alzina
Wilcber, lot 12, blk 4, McDonald's
amended add, Tekoa, $1000.
W'm, A. Colyar and wife to 0. L.
Fisb, eh neq, eh s«q B-19-40, 11.
Wni. Newman to G. 11. Xoe, lota
11,12,13,14. blk 33, resurvey of
B. K. Reed and wife to S. V. Lr>w
ry, lots 11,12, B. K. Reed's add, La
B. R. Reed and wife to S. V. Low
ry, lot 90, 10, U. R. Reed's add, La
Alfred B. Willard and wife to
Albert W. Nixon, lota 11, 12, blk 4,
McDonald's amended add, Tekoa,
College Park Improvement Co. to
A. B. Coates, lot 13, blk 6, College
Park add, Pullman, $300.
C. E. Frederick to C. E. Frederick
Co., lower floora of building on pt
lota 2,7, blk 10, Fitch's add, Pa
Katie D. Metz to SJna Maud Mil
ler, lota 10, 11, 3, blk 48, Colfax,
agreement, 84 500.
Geo. Dc»dd and wife to Sopbia Cur
ry, lota 7,5, blk 15, Ist add, Elber
G. D. Dodda and wife to Sophia
Curry, tract in 11-17 44, $1800.
Rodney R. Hun ton and wife to
Jno. G. Hoffman, nwq 10, swq 3-17
--43, except £24,1 GO.
Chas. F. Bensel and wife to Rod
ney R. lluntou, set} 9-17-43 except),
tract in wh swq 10-17-43. $15,600.
W. 11. Harvey and wife to G E.
Homer, lots 9, 10, blk 30, College
Hill add, Pullman, $240.
Naomi Moultou to E. P. Deering,
lot 7, blk 9, Syndicate add, Guy,
State of Washington to Jno. W.
Palmer, \vh neq 16-15-44, $1(380.
Patrick Wynne and wife to David
J. Willoox aid wife, aeq 30 17-46,
C. A. Price et al to Thos. B. Mat
lock, lot 9, blk 8, Reaney'a "2nd add,
J. W. King aud wife to Tho3. B.
Matluck, lots 20, 21, Squires & Gad
die' subdivision of lota 4,5,6,7, blk
2, Lawrence & llolbrook'a add, Pull
J. O. Bailey to If. S. IPhiiips, eh
lot 6, blk 1, Bleckhurst & Hurd's
add, St. John, lease.
L. A. Quaife and wife to R. E.
King, lot 8, blk 3, Anderaorj's add,
Cbaa. Platt aud wife to Dooks Fry,
pt lots 1,2, blk 62, Colfax, £175.
Jane P. Smith et al to David Gray
Smith et al, tract in eeq 11-17-40,
David Gray Smith et al to Hirara
J. Miller, seq 11, ah swq 12, nh 13
--17-40 (except). $1.
T. B. McQueen and wife to Grace
McQueen, eh awq neq 1-18-45, 11700.
O. W. Waters, receiver, to Palouse
Loan & Inveetment Co., lot 6, pt lot
j 7, blk 13, Beach's add, Palou.-e, $1.
B. F. Prioe and wife to T. B. Mo-
Queen, eh swq neq 1-18-45, 61.
I. U. Propst to J. F. Bureon, lots
1,2, blk 7, G. T. Huffman's aid, Te
koa, lot 3, blk 2, Bonanza add. Tekoa,
ilno. F3. Dykes and wife to D. K.
McDonald et al, section 1-13-38,
J. 0. Lawrence and wife to Wm.
Read, seq 9-17-45, $10,500.
Wm. Read and wife to Thoe.
Gouge, eeq 'J 17-45, $12,4<>0.
Lillie M. Kerus and husband to
Jennie Weataoott, pt lot 2, blk 4,
Santford A. Manring's add, Garfleld,
Ellia Liaird and wife to W. M.
Mackey, lot 4. Hargrave's subdivis
ion of lots 1,2, blk 64, Collax, 11.
Jennie Westaeott et al to Lillie M.
Kerne, ah lots 4,5,6, blk 7, Reaney's
2nd add, Pullman, ?2GOO
W. Claude Renfrew, admr., to Geo.
W. Eaeter, swq 26, eh aeq 27-19-45,
Lynnie Sbriver to Howard Shri
ver, seq 7, nh neq 18-14-40, $1.
Fannie C. Cobb to A. W. Perley,
lots 7,8, blk 8, Huffman's 2nd add,
Tekoa, $100 C.
H*>nry Gerlitz and wife to W. B.
Silkworth, eh awq, lots 6,7 of 6, eh
nwq, lots 1,2 of 7, neq, nh nh seq 6
-15-42, nwq, wh neq 5-16-43,515,000.
Dan'l Newton to Luther N. Wil
liams, neq 21-18-44, $4000.
Robt. J. Etherington to Commer
cial State Bank, nh ewq 19 20-45,
Jas. Divine and wife to Union
Trust Co. ot Spokane, nwq 19 19-44,
Andrew M. Horton and wife to
Union Trust Co., Spokane, nwq, swq
neq 32-18-43 (except), $6000.
Albert W. Nixon and wife to A. B.
Willard, lots 11,12, blk 4, McDon
ald's amended add, Tekoa, $1000.
Thos. Balken and wife to H. S.
Milner, neq 22-20-45, $6000.
Win. H. Carter aad wife to Inter
national Mtg. Bank, pt 5-17-45,
Wm. L. Moßride and wife to Farm
ers State Bank, Colfax, nwq, nh swq
20-IG-44,neq, seq 19-16-44, $10,000.
Jas. W. Breeding and wife to Pa
cific Loan & Investment Co., eh swq,
lots 3,4 ot 31-17-46, $4500.
Wm. E. Strevy to First Savings &
Trust Bank ,of Whitmant couny, eh
nwq 31-16-44, 81300.
N. J. Mcintosh and wife to F. H.
Smith, lot 6, blk 23, lot 1, blk 4,
Garden City add, Pullman, $1200.
Jno. A. Guerretaz and wife to Sarah
Catherine llayworth, lot 5, blk 8,
F. J. Mahoney'a subdivision of Lom
bard's add, Tekoa, S3OO.
H. W. Pugb and wife to First Sav
ings it Trust Bank of Whitman coun
ty, neq 15-15-43, $4UOO.
J. Buohuer to H. M. Mabbott,
Wm. Tribbles to Tekoa State Bank,
Wm. Tribblea to Tekoa State Bank,
butchering tools, $550.
R. L. Hayden to Farmers State
Bank of Colfax, livestock, 2-3 crop
on Minniok ranch, northeast of Col
R. F. Delk to E. B. Lybecker, live
Jus. Rice et al to Jaa. S. Martin,
pool table outfit, $1050.
E. C. Young to Pullman State
Bank, 2-3 crop on pt 3-13-44, $550.
D. T. Farley to Ist National Bank,
Pullman, livestock, $210.
L. M. Gum to J. W. Hay, live
T. J. Compton to Bank of Endi
cott, 2-3 crop on seq 26, neq 4-16
E. C. Turn bow to Pullman State
Bank, livestock, $1200.
Malden State Bank to H. J. Nas
son, real iutg.
Crab Creek Lbr. Co. to H. J. Naa
90u. real mtg-
Thos. S. Krutz to Geo. A. Sly, real
C. R. Hays to Walter J. Siseon,
O. V. Purnell to C. E. JohnsoD,
FOR GRAIN GROWERS
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reliable and destructive agent yet devised
for the extermination of Gophers, Squir- :
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the cheapest insurance against theii
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Kill. Climatic changes or moisture of the
earth do not destroy its strength. Re
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always ready for use. No other is so
good. Dealers will refund the purchase
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COLFAX GAZETTE, COLFAX, WASHINGTON, APRIL 15, 1910.
Firat Savlugs A Trust Hank to My
ron A. Sherman, partial release real
Warren S. Tmbler to J. H. and M.
A. Huffman, chat.
Samuel Copley to Paul Priest and
wife, r»-al nitg.
Nora F. Trainor et al to B. L.
Winner, real mtg.
Hannah J. Mustard to S. A. Meek
er, real mtg.
Bank of Sprague to W. A. Colyar,
Farmers & Merchants State Bank
to Alson L. Brown, real mtg.
R. F. Cnmmins to Jas. K. Haga
man, two chats.
R. F. Cummins to C. L. Roth,
R. F. Cummins to R. L. Haydon,
Tboa. Gouge to Wm. H. Carter,
Edw. G. Stonebraker to H. B. Sav
age, real mtg.
Steger & Sons Piano Mfg. Co. to
R. M. Hanna, conditional bill of sale.
Steger «fc Sons Piano Mfg. Co. to
J. W. Haines et al, conditional bill
Investors Mtg. See. Co. to Walter
O. Nogier. real mtg.
Parks Bros. & Co. to T. J. Sills et
Laura E. Cbinn to Edna Kerns,
Minnie M. Hall to Geo. W. Ed
wards, real mtg.
Geo. L. Jones to H. E. Fanston,
Dora P. Cook et al to Lewis N.
Peok, real mtg.
McGregor Land & Livestook Co. to
J. S. Rustin, cbat.
Commercial State Bank to Jas.
Divine, two real mtgs.
Daniel Morgan to Jas. Divine, real
J. L. Wilson to Franklin I. Berry,
Bills of Sale
W. J. Siaaon to C. R. Hays, bar
ber's outat, tl.
B. F. Shanks to A. Liuvall et al.
threshing outfit, $600.
R. F. Delk to E. B. Lybeoker,
crop of fruit, $160.
A. D. Hill to B. Martin, printing
Jas. S Martin to Jas. Rioe, one
half interest in pool tables, 81058.
More than nine out of every ten cases
of rheumatism «re simply rheumatism of
the muscles, due to cold or damp, or
chronic rheumatism. In such capes no i
internal treatment is required. The free
application of Chamberlain's Liniment is
all that is needed, and it is certain to
give quick relief. Give it a trial and see ;
for yourself how quickly it relieves the
rmin and soreness. The medicines usual
ly given internally for rheumatism are
poisonous or very strong medicines. .
They are worse than useless in cases of
chronic or muscular rheumatism. For i
sale by Hamilton Drug Co.
"lAin" CURES SORE EYES
■ Hill AND GRANULATED LIDS
A UNIQUE RECORD
Not Another Like It in Our
To isive positive testimony in every localiiy
is of itself unanswerable proof of merit; bnt
when we add to this the continued endorse
ment from people who testified years a^o, no
evidence can be stronger. A citizen of. this
locality gratefully acknowledges the good re
ceived from Doan's Kidney Pills, and when
time has tested the cure wo find the same
hearty endorsement, with added enthusiasm
and continued praise. Cases of this kind are
plentiful in the work of Doan's Kidney Pills,
and such a record is unique in the annals of
medicine. Can Colfax readers hesitate in the
face of this evidence ?
Mrs. Martha Lankard, 501 W. Rose street,
Walla Walla, Wash., says: "I am just as
pleased to testify to the value of Doan's Kid
ney Pills at this time as when I gave a public
statement recommending them in 1905, as 1
hav6 h»d no occasion to use them or any other
kidney remedy since. Doan's Kidney Pills
cured me of a terrible, bearing-down pain
through my back and restored my kidneys to
a normal condition. They are, in my estima
tion, the best kidney remedy on the market.
I have recommended Doan's Kidney Pills to a
great many persons and have yet to learn of a
case where they failed to live up to represent
For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents.
Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, New York, sole
atrents for the United States.
Remember the name—Doan's —and take no
Strict attention to all bills and
communications. Terms reasonable.
Office with G. W. Lame
In Standard Old Line Company.
H. E. FUNSTON
tnsALiA - - WASHWCTOI
Ratliff & Co.'s Specials
will be advertised only this week. Price will be raised on
this land 10 days alter this publication. These are all first
class investments and will bear the closest of investigation.
274- —32° acres all in cultivation, one mile
from Blackwell station on the Inland, about
150 acres being seeded now, two sets of im
provements. This place has one of the best
springs in the country and is a good invest
ment at $62.50 per acre, possession at once.
Land in this vicinity is selling from $70 to $So
294 —100 acres adjoining the city limits of
Colfax, practically all in cultivation and prac
tically all in crop, good orchard, 6 room house,
good barn and outbuildings. This is a nice
home and right in town. Along with this
place goes 5 work horses, 1 colt, 3 cows, 3
hogs, 5 dozen chickens, 1 hack, 2 sleds, 3
plows, 1 mower, 1 binder, I harrow, I drill, 3
wagons, harness for 7 head of horses, I saddle,
50 sacks feed oats, 35 sacks wheat and about
4 tons hay. Price $10,000. including every
thing, one-half cash will handle.
295 —160 acres all in cultivation. 80 acres
in fall sown wheat, water supply from 2 good
wells and windmill, fine 8 room house, good
frame barn, good outbuildings. There is also
a nice select orchard of 175 trees just bearing,
fine grape vineyard and lots of small fruit.
The owner has always farmed this place and it
is in first class condition; 5 miles from Colfax,
2 miles from Diamond. Price only $65 per
acre, including all of crop, possession at once.
296 —640 acres all in cultivation, 200 acres
in fall wheat, 120 acres of spring wheat, fine
orchard on place, 6 miles from Diamond, 3
miles from Lee Siding and 6 miles from Endi
cott, water supply from well, windmill and res-
spokane p. s. Ratliff ®> Co. i£™
Let Us Be Your Tailor
$5.22 to $10.22 Saved
of High Grade Merchant Tailoring on every Strictly to Order
Tailor Made Suit, Overcoat, etc.
When you buy from the big Our house is small, it is tiue,
houses you help pay their big but so are our salaries, rent
expenses every time you buy ■ VJ^ and general expenses,
a Suit or Overcoat. ,/ Q^^v^
/^K^^^£*>N^ Local Made Suits
/&VDE AIN^K and Overcoats,
Suits and Overcoats made /^/ >C^r\\ ®35 tO s°'
to order, $18 to $30. >^ TAILOR 5 Everything
Everything guaranteed. Guaranteed.
If you are a business man, you want to buy to the best advantage. WE can show you
how you can save money by dealing with us. CALL on us, and tell us to prove it.
No. 6 Upton Street Colfax, Washington
No. 6 Upton Street
]V]- O TIC TT.T
Goods that have been under
water will not be sold to any
person without telling them
W. H. Lacey
For the very best in
Always Go to the
The Ricker Studio
LOOK THEM UP.
crvoir. There are two good houses on this
place, one 7 room and one 5 room, both in first
class condition; new barn, 25 ton? grain hay
in barn. There is a $21,000 mortgage on this
place that runs 5 years at 7 per cent interest,
can be paid off in any amounts at any time.
Price only $.52.50 per acre; one-third of <.rop
goes to purchaser. Can get possession of
buildings at once.
290 —660 acres, 610 acres in cultivation,
280 acres in fall sown wheat, 2 acres orchard,
good house and barn, one mile from school, 6
miles from Mockonema warehouse, fine 7 room
house, good barn, watered with well and spring;
one of the best farms in the county. This
place only $65 per acre, one- third of crop
goes to purchaser; rented till fall.
291 —320 acres all in cultivation, 95 acres
of fall sown wheat, 120 acres will be in oats, S
acres cherry orchard, watered with fine springs,
place is fenced into four fields, water in every
field, one mile from Steptoe, good 6 room
house; barn and outbuildings; one of the best
farms in the county. Price $77.50 per acre,
including crop and all.
289 — 155 acres, all in cultivation but 10
acres, 4 miles from Colfax, \\ miles to ware
house, one-half mile to school, watered with
good wells and springs, 5 room house, frame
barn for 12 head of horses, will hold about 20
tons of hay; 80 acres sown to fall wheat, bal
ance to spring wheat, 3 acres of orchard; pur
chaser gets one-third of fall grain delivered in
warehouse and all of spring crop. Can get
possession at once. Price $52.50 per acre,
You Will Find a Check
At this Bank an important factor in developing
the full working value of your dollars. Also a
friendly assistant or help in conserving them.
Why not open an ac-<l
count with us today •
Colfax State Bank
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