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AFFAIRS OF THE COUNTY
Abstract of the Proceedings of
the Board of County Com
missioners of Whitman
Pursuant to adjournment the board ofcoun
tr commissioners of Whitman county. Wash
ington, met April, 4, 1910, with the followiug
members present: J. K. i'-uply, countycom
iuiesioner and chairman of the board; W. U.
McCoy and Samuel Kills, county commis
Current Expense Claims Allowed.
Andernon, JA, livery for sheriff $ 200
Bramv/ell Bros, supplies, county Supt 38 00
Bramwell Bros, supplier county clerk 10 50
Bramwell Bros, supplies for county
auditor I 9 00
Bramwell Bros, supplies, county engi
neer 2 ,)0
Barroll, E R, repairs, court houße 65 80
Barroll & Mohney, hot water attach
ments for jail 223 52
Beasley, D A, barley 57 10
Bodinm. JH, balance on estray sale 160
Brown, R S, livery, county engineer. 3 00
Book, Wm, deputy assessor 77 00
Chamberlin, E W, work for county
engineer 42 00
Chamberlin, Charles L, Ex Pros Atty 18 90
Carter, G B, Exp an sheriff 2 75
Carter, G B, boarding prisoners 127 SO
Case, Geo W, Jr. deputy assessor 49 00
Calef, O P, deputy assessor 85 40
Codd Bros, chair for auditor's office . 12 00
Commoner Printing Co, printing for
treasurer 13 50
Commoner Printing Co, supplies for
Commoner Printing Co, printing
notice T 00
Commoner Printing Co, printing for
county clerk 5 50
Commoner Printing Co, printing for
treasurer .. 19 25
Commoner Printing Co, printing au
ditor's report 85 00
Colfax Gazette, printing for treasurer 9 25
Oolfax Gazette, county printing 31 75
Codd & McKen/.ie, lights for March . 40 00
Codd & McKenzie, piling 48 00
Cox, R A, Exp poor farm 10 90
Cole, Wm, Exp deputy sheriff 66 25
Dreifus, Simon Co, supplies for sheriff 12 00
Dreifua, Simon Co, supplies for court
bouse 21 55
Dreifus, Simon Co, supplies for coun
ty engineer 65
Dobson, WR, livery for Co engineer 25 00
Duncan, W M, error in deposit 1 00
Duncan, W M, stamps as fees 13 45
Dyer, F N, livery for sheriff 2 50
Eastep, J B, guarding prisoners 28 50
Ellis, Samuel, Exp county commis
sioner 16 50
Farnsworth, C H, livery for sheriff .. 8 00
Glass &, Prudhomme Co, supplies for
auditor 16 55
Hall, Oliver, burying indigent 25 00
Henderson, J A, supplies for county
farm 2 05
Hoagland, H L, work for sheriff 9 80
Hoi brook, G H, deputy assessor 91 20
Huntley Bros, supplies for jail 59 14
Irwin, G U, supplies for county farm 4 80
Jonnbon & Johnson, fuel for court
Johnson Bros, livery, commissioners. 2 50
Johnson Bros, livery, county engineer 12 50
Johnson Bros, livery, county engineer 19 00
Johnson Bros, livery for sheriff..... 36 50
Johnson Bros, livery for sheriff 20 CO
King, A E, supplies, county engineer ti 70
King, A E, supplies for court house.. 9 00
King, A E, supplies for sheriff
King, A E, supplies, county Supt 4 15
King, A E, supplies for auditor 2 40
King, A E, supplies for treasurer.... 615
Lehrbas, Arnold, deputy assessor 91 50
Love, H M, office supplies 15 10
Mattoon, JO, order for inatitue fund 240 00
Model Steam Laundry, laundry work 85
Muir, Geo P, livery for Bheriff 3 00
Mullins, J S, livery for sheriff 6 00
Me Nail, O P, deputy assessor 52 85
McCaw, J M, Exp county engineer.. 9 70
McCroskey, W E, court work 4 00
McPheeters, Orville, livery, prosecut
ing Atty 7 00
McPheeters, Orville, livery for sheriff »00
McKinney, T H, Exp county nurse.. 16 58
McCoy, W C, Exp county commis
sioner 7 50
Oliver, Thomas, repairing shoea, pris
oners 1 00
Peoples, WD, supplies, county farm. 945
Ripley, Geo W, hauling coal 7 50
Roberts, L L, Exp deputy sheriff 27 65
Ruply, J R, Exp county commis
sioner 25 00
Shaw k Borden Co, office supplies.... 7 65
Shaw & Borden Co, supplies for Aud
itor 11 65
Bhaw & Borden Co, justice court
dockets 18 00
Saxon, St Clair, deputy assessor ... 106 65
St George, Harry, recording certifi
cate 1 00
Smith, J H T, deputy assessor. 98 70
Schick & Lamphere, printing notice.. 7 50
Sims, H N, salary, deputy engineer.. 17 50
Sims, HN, salary, deputy engineer.. 100 00
Squibb, E A, drayage 25
Tate, John E. local option election... 1 00
Whaley, M F, deputy assessor 89 50
Weinberg, E W, deputy assessor 45 50
West Pub Co, law book 5 00
Worthy, Lee A, supplies, county
farm 14 55
Woodin & Morrison, supplies for pris
oners 14 34
Zimmerman. P L, supplies, county
farm , 49 30
Justice Court Cost Bills.
State of Washington vb Fred Bader
and Earl Sevier 7 95
State of Washington vs R W Gray .. 4 60
State of Washirgton ys Joe List 4 60
State of Washington vs Tom Walliss. 4 60
Road and Bridge Claims Allowed.
Anderson, Harry R, lumber 13 05
Appel, Oswald, blaoksmithing 5 35
Ankcorn Hdwre Co, road snpplies .. 8 15
Bailey, I J & Co, payment on bridges 1877 80
Barroll, E R, road supplies 9 00
Beall & Co, repairs 2 50
Beall & Co, repairs 17 50
Cooper, Fred, bridge work 10 50
Coif ax Implement Co, road supplies . 575
Dreifus, Simon & Co, road supplies .. 4 50
Dreifus, Simon & Co, road supplies .. 38 05
Dreifus, Simon & Co, road supplies.. 4 65
Duncan, Wm M, freight on piling . 12 00
Duncan, Wm M, freight on pile
driver 11 (X)
Dysart, I, bridge work 49 00
Fuller Pub Co, advertising bridges... 15 00
Hamilton, Floyd L, hardware
Hamilton, Floyd L, hardware 28 50
Huntley, Sid, land for road 37 50
Morasch, Adam, land for road
Morgan, J R, blacksmithing
Ochs, Mrs Conrad, land for road .... 100 00
Peoples, W D, lumber 10 rtO
Potlatch Lumber Co, piling 2t>B 80
Potlatch Lumber Co, lumber 8 95
Potlatch Lumber Co, piling 225 30 j
Potlatch Lumber Co, lumber 136 55 ;
Potlatch Lumber Co, lumber 21 30 |
Potlatch Lumber Co, lumber 126 90
Potlatch Lumber Co, lumber 95 70
Potlatch Lumber Co, lumber 489 30
Roberts, C I, hauling lumber 11 75
Stratton, O H, work on Riverside
bridge 250 00
Standard Lumber Co, lumber 172 HO J
Standard Lumber Co, lumber 25 20
W fiber, Jake, road supplies 11 65 j
Wilmer-Dwyer-Helmer Co, road sup
plies 17 20
Surveyor's Cost Bills.
Change in the P Hays road 80 70
Charles Peterson road ■ 56 95
H D Smith road 71 lo
Fisher bridge 7 0°
Indigent Soldiers' Claim.
Casseday, Sam, rent GAR hall 15 00
Road District Claims Allowed.
Road District No. 1.
Anderson, John, labor 7 50
Bailor, E L, labor 32 00
Bailor, E S, labor 34 00
Bailor, S S, foreman 15 00
Bailor, S S, foreman 59 40
Bailor, F E, labor 7 00
Dormau, Henry, labor 8 00
Good, O D, labor 6 75
Hoagland, W ,T, labor 16 75
Hoagland, H L, labor 15 CO
Huntley, E E. supervisor 3 mos 124 35
Kent, U D, labor 23 75
Lange, E D, labor 5 75
McMillan, C F, labor 13 75
Piper, Ed, labor 2100
Wilson, John C, labor 7 00
Fitzgerald, R E, foreman 63 00
Torpey, M H, labor 3 15
Moore, Gains, labor 36 00
Barlow, P H, labor 2 50
Overholt, W E, foreman 25 50
Torpey, M H, labor 2 70
McClurg, Harry, labor 2 25
Overholt, W E, foreman 1 80
McPheeters, S F, foreman 88 50
Bingham, Lewis M, labor 15 00
Bonney, Harry, labor 20 65
Hutton, B F, labor 16 25
Martin, O S, labor 2 50
Jameß, Stephen, labor 8 75
Walter, A D, labor 6 90
Scott, T W, labor 6 75
Holtz, W A, labor 30 40
Nelson, O B, labor 23 40
Pratt, G H, labor 3 50
Laird, John W, labor 6 75
Farnum, T F, labor 22 50
Toll, H H, labor 38 50
Gllliam, John O, labor 2 00
Fitzgerald, R E, foreman 12 15
Webb, George, labor 8 10
Fitzgerald, G H, labor 12 15
Fitzgerald, R E, foreman 16 20
Webb, George, labor 12 15
Fitzgerald, G H, labor 12 15
Fitzgerald, X E, foreman 2 25
Webb, George, labor 4 05
Clark. Henry J, foreman 80 00
Born, Reuben, labor 800
Stone, Lloyd, labor 58 50
Malmsten, Harry, labor 4 50
Gifford, J H, labor 21 60
Urhaußen, Nick, labor 12 00
Fox, J E, labor 6 75
Crow, SC, labor 8 00
Clark. Floyd, labor 4 50
Wright, W F, foreman 55 SO
Wright, WF, team 37 20
Rasberg, Ernest, labor 5 60
Bowerman, James, labor 65 25
Giiliam, J H, labor 27 00
Meuli, Nick, labor 3170
(!lark, Henry J, foreman 8 00
Born, Reub n, labor 1 00
Franklin, W J, labor 8 00
Road District No. 3.
Davis, BG, labor 3 50
Ellis, Fred, labor 10 00
Ellis, WR. labor. 29 50
Kmcaid, J E, labcr 4 50
Scctt, F M, labor 20 00
Bodine, J M, foreman 105 00
Stairet, Phil, labor 52 50
Gurnsey, Bert, labor 15 00
Brown, George, labor 13 75
Walk*, W H. labor 46 25
Davison, Norman, labor 22 50
Nelson, C N, labor 22 50
Ping, Frank, 1ab0r.... 22 50
Cooper, F C, labor 9 00
Martin, Will, labor 10 00
Ping, Bert, labor 135 00
Mitchell, W D, labor 46 25
Wood, J A, foreman and team 71 00
Waldrip, F V, labor 20 60
Hays, H P, labor 54 00
Ellis, W R, labor 12 00
Smith, F F, labor 3 00
Adaiuson, H R, labor 2 00
Morasuh, Philip, labor v . 4 50
Smith, Joe, labor 75 00
Huper, Dave, labor 9 00
Hubbard, W M, labor 8 25
McCoy, John, labor 9 00
Parvin, labor %■ 22 50
Bloom, John H, supervisor and ex
pense 105 40
MuFarland, A L, labor 5 60
Blise, A O, labor 5 60
Leglitz, Conrad, labor 20 00
Calhune, H, labor 2 50
Svent, Conrad, labor 2 50
Krobbin, Henry, labor 6 25
Lust, Conrad, labor 3 75
Horsley, W C, labor 42 00
Chapman, H, labor 120 00
Roberts, Lee, labor 48 00
Kleveno, C, labor 61 00
Rogers, Fred, labor 3 00
Curry, Wm, labor 3 00
Road District No. 4.
Lancaster, Lloyd, labor 2 00
Lancaster, Frank, labor 2 00
Strevy, F C, labor 6 00
Hartman, A R, labor 2 00
Rowell. T B, labor 2 00
Jones, G J, labor 10 00
Boland, F E, labor 20 00
Hubbard, James, labor 47 50
Cram, Harold, labor 15 00
Brandon, C A, labor 53 75
Parker, Fred, labor 46 25
Davis, Wm, labor 67 50
Colvin, S G, labor 59 10
Williams, Lew, labor 53 75
Anderson, A H, labor 22 00
bmith, N J, labor 56 25
Main, J W, labor 10 00
Williams, Lew, team work 107 50
Ehrlich, Alex, labor 8 00
Hanna, Frank M, team work 215 00
Hanna, Frank M, supervisor 98 00
Road District No. 5.
Staples, W C, labor 12 00
Farley, X P, labor 1 25
Darling, F J, labor 51 00
Day, R W, labor 29 50
SUIb, G M, labor 33 00
Sills, J F, labor 9 00
Bl ,me, Geo B, labor. 36 00
Hughes, James, labor 55 00
Hughes, H I, supervisor 54 00
Hughes, H I, team work 36 00
Road District No. 6.
Robertson, WW, foreman and team. 94 00
March, Walter, labor " 27 50
March. Harry, labor 27 50
Kitzmiller, Ed, labor 3 00
Largent, Richard, labor 4 50
Pritchard, T M, labor 7 50
Hooper, J W, labor 66 00
Smawley, Frank, labor 8 00
Griffith, F M, labor 4 00
Harder, Frank, labor , 12 CO
Carter, James, labor 19 50
Richardßon, T J, labor 37 50
Ruply. George, labor 7 50
Boyd, A R, foreman 26 00
McCracken, Ed, supervisor and team. 36 00
Roberts, O I, labor 16 00
Hasem, E M, labor 16 00
Road District No, 7.
Simpson, WR, supervisor and team. 90 00
Leitch, Joseph A, labor 36 00
Watson, E L, labor 2 00
] Simmons, James, labor 18 00
Puckett, D, labor 14 00
Verguson, M A, labor 8 00
Mustard. John, labor 11 00
Kilgore, E E, labor 11 00
i Dahm, S, foreman 15 75
| Dahm, E J, labor 4 00
i Dahm, J J, labor 9 50
Warnecke, A, labor 3 50
Schonberg, J A, labor 6 00
Gootch, Tom, labor 7 00
Esser, H, labor 3 00
Koester, H, labor 8 00
Kramer, J, labor 6 00
| Hentges, J, labor 2 00
• Fuchs, Frank, labor 3 00
! Poecbes, Nick, labor 2 00
j Welle, John, labor 2 00
I Luy, Peter, labor 2 00
i Welle, Conrad, labor 3 50
Thill, John, labor 3 50
KunU, Joe, labor 2 00
COLFAX GAZETTE, COLFAX, WASHINGTON, APRIL 15, 1910.
Shirod, Tony, labor 5 00 i
Wi rnocke, John, labor 3 50 j
D»hm, S, team work 14 cO j
Gasper, Christ, labor 14 00
Black, E P. foreman 23 00
Hatley, L C, labor 3 00
Richardson, W C, labor 2 00
Hough, W E, labor 3 00
Lewis, Irvin, labor 2 00 i
Boone, D W, labor 6 00 j
Gasper, Christ, labor 6 00 j
Young, Ed, labor 2 00 j
Clare, C F, labor 2 CO
Black, E P. labor 13 00
Leitcta, J A, labor 26 00
Simmons, J L, labor 12 00
Ferguson, M A, labor 12 00
Puckett, D, labor 12 00
Kilgore, E E, labor 12 00
Standley, John, labor 10 00
Myers, Andrew, labor 10 00
Park, James, labor 4 00
Road District No. 8.
Reid, Charles, labor 18 85
Reid, A C. labor 8 50
Marquis, Frank, labor 12 40
Moys, I D, labor 10 40
Provence, J F, labor 8 25
Sligar, C G, labor 5 25
McDonald, G A, foreman 66 00
Haxton, Perry, labor 19 50
Cunningham, W J, labor 8 00
Glaspey, W C, labor 4 00
Taylor, C S, labor 5 25
Doty, Grant, labor 12 00
Lmgg, H J, labor 4 00
Shroll, LE, labor 5 00
Sorrels, C W, labor 4 00
Bowman, Frank J, labor 11 75
Small, J M, labor 8 50
Bryant, Nat, supervisor 68 00
Greenwell, Robert, labor 99 00
Lybecker, Wesley, labor 8 00
Roberts, C I, labor 8 00
Hazen, E M, labor 8 00
Road District No. 9.
Miller, S S, supervisor 48 00
Miller, A J, labor 33 00
Klopfenstein, Dave, labor 30 00
Peterman. S B, labor 3 00
Miller, S S, team work 8 00
Orders as to Taxes.
The application of A E Corlett Bets forth
that his personal property was assessed as be
ing in school district No 69 and should have
been in 15, and asks to have the proper trans
fer made. Granted.
The application of R Halfhide aaked to have
hia personal property assessment reduced from
$1500 to $"00. Rejected.
The application of Smith Hilliard Bets forth
that the Uniontown Warehouse Co was as
sessed with two warehouses in the city of
Uniontown; that one of said warehouses
should have been assessed outside of the city ;
that all the taxes have been paid, and aska for
a refund of the city tax. Granted.
The application of F A Hodges sets forth
that a combined harvester was assessed by
two deputy assessors; that he has paid the tax
on one assessment and asks that the other as
sessment be cancelled. Granted.
The application of W D Hunui«ton, for the
Potlatch Lumber Co and the WItM Rail
road Company, sets forth that certain lots and
tracts in and about the city of Palouse have
been doubljj assessed, as indicated on plats
accompanying petition; that one assessment
in each case has been paid, and asks to have
the others cancelled. Granted.
The application of J J May sets forth that
his personal property was assessed as being in
school district No 158 and should have been in
school district 35; that he has paid all said
taxes and in doing so paid §4 10 more than he
should have paid, and asks that that amount
be refunded to him. Granted.
The application of E E Parker sets forth
that his personal property was asaessed as^be
ing in school district No 9 and should have
been in No 7, and asks that the proper trans
fer be made.
The application of S B Peterman sets forth
that contract of purchase of the east one-half
of the northeast quarter, section 36-15-43 was
issued August 8, 1908, by the land commis
sioner of the state of Washington; that pre
vious to that time the said land was not tax
able and asks that all taxes assessed and levied
against said land prior to the 1909 assessment
be cancelled. Granted.
The application of W R Perry sets forth
that his personal property for 1909 was as
sessed as being in school district No 80 and
should have been in No 15, and asks that the
proper transfer be made. Granted.
The application of Charles E Robinson sets
forth that his personal property for the year
1909 was assessed as being in school district
No 9 and should have been in No 91, and asks
that the proper transfer be made. Granted.
The application of W W Robertson sets
forth that his personal property was assessed
for 19(9 as being in school district No 117 and
should have been in No 17; that the difference
in the tax amounts to $9 75, and asks that this
amount be refunded to him and hia taxes
transferred from No 117 to No 17. Granted.
The application of J E Trimble sets forth
that his personal property was assessed for the
year 1909 as being in school district No 36 and
should have been in school district No 20, and
asks that the proper transfer be made.
At this time an agreement,! was ctigned by
and between the board of county commis
sioners and CharleH N Hinchliff granting an
easement for an irrigating ditch on the poor
farm at Elberton.
At this time a contract was signed by and
between the board of county commissioners
for Whitman county and Hanna & Hanna
and U L Ettinger, wherein it is agreed that
Hanna & Hanna and U L Ettinger shall
assist the prosecuting attorney in conducting
the qaee against the former officers of the Pa
louse State Bank.
Upon request of the county treasurer cer
tain personal property taxes were cancelled
which the treasurer is unable to collect.
The auditor's certified list of salaries for the
month of March, 1910, was approved.
A remonstrance presented to the board
against the removal of the poor farm at Elber
ton was ordered tiled.
The certificates of counting the money-in
COUGHS AND COLDS.
Catarrh, Croup and Sore Throat
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The germs of catarrh cannot exist in
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Breathe Hyomei and that stomach
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Breathe Hyomei for a few minutes each
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Breathe Hyomei—eive it a faithful
trial and then, if you are not satisfied,
yon can have your moDey back.
Hyomei is sold by druggists every
where and by V. T. McOroskey. A com
plete outfit costs bnt f 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, sotlt stom
ach, belching, and cures all stomach dis
ease or money back. Large bos of tab
lots 50 cents. Druggists in all towns.
the treasury was approved.
An order was made granting Mrs Su'ie
Dearduff of Oakesdale $10 a month for relief
until further ordered.
An allowance was made granting Mrs
Frances Long of Colton an allowance of $15 a
month for relief until further ordered.
An order was made increasing the allowance
of Feitus Fleigchman from $5 per month to
$10 per month for relief.
An order was made appropriating $3ftO for
the current expense of the county auditor's
An order was made directing the county
treasurer to refund $75 75 deferred taies which
he had erroneously collected.
James Hicka of Pullman was granted an
On petition August Lodinsr was appointed
a constable for precinct No 39.
Edward McCracken was appointed road
supervisor for road district No 6.
The report of R A Cox, superintendent of
the poor farm, was approved.
The bond of John Boyles, supervisor for
road district No 7, was approved.
The following road foremen's bonds were
Henry J Clark, road district No 1.
N M Crider, road district No 1.
R E Fitzgerald, road district No 1.
James Gordon, road district No 1.
A 8 Leieter, road district No 1.
S F McPheeters. road district No 1.
W E Overholt, road district No 1.
W F Wright, road district No 1.
. James N Strohm, joad dfstrict No 9.
The board having previously issued a call
for bids for the construction of the Fair ground
bridge, the Winona bridge, the Fisher bridge,
the West Elberton bridge and the Young
bridge, it was found that tive bidders have re
sponded to the call, namely : The Security
Bridge Company of Minneapolis, Minnesota,
O H Stratton of Spokane, A Valk of Pull
man, Wm Oliver Bridge Co of Spokane and
The Columbia Bridge Co of Walla Walla.
Upon examination it was found that the
Columbia Bridge Co of Walla Walla was the
lowest and best of all the bidders, and accord
ingly the contract was awarded to the Colum
bia Bridge Co of Walla Walla for the con
struction of the five bridges foi a lump sum of
Contract was now signed with the Columbia
Bridge Co of Walla Walla for the construc
tion of the five bridges above named.
The first quarterly report of the county
treasurer was duly approved.
An order for examination was made in the
matter of the vacation of a part of the Funs
An order for examination was made in the
matter of Smith change in the Penawawa
An order for examination was made in the
matter of the Kammerzell change in the Car
The order for hearing on the surveyor's re
port in the matter of the Charles Peterson
road was set for the 4th day of May, at one
o'clock p m.
The hearing on the surveyor's report on the
proposed change in the P Hays road was set
for June 7. 1910, at 3:30 Rm.
The hearing on the C T Benner road was
continued to June 8, 1910, at 3:30 p m.
Ihe hearing on the Gnnnell road was con
tinued to May 4. 1910, at 3 p in.
The hearing on the changes in the Silver
Creek road was continued to April 19, 1910,
at 1 o'clock p m.
The hearing on the H F Troub road was
continued to June 6, 1910, at 3 o'clock p m.
The Bartlett road was ordered established
and Mrs Theresa Johnson was awarded $100
The petition of J R Duncan and others for
vacation of a part of the Crumbaker road was
granted, and the part indicated by tbe report
of the county engineer was ordered vacated.
The Rock Lake and Revere road was
State of Washington, county of Whitman- rfs.
I, Wm. M. Duncan, county auditor of
Whitman county, state of Washington, do
hereby certify that tbe above and foregoing is
a true and correct abstract of the proceedings
of the meeting of the board of county commis
sioners of the aforesaid county, held April
4th, sth and tith, 1910, as I verily believe.
In witness whereof, I have hereunto set my
hand and seal this Bth day of April, 1910.
[seal| WM. M. DUNCAN,
County Auditor and ex-officio clerk of the
board of county commissioners.
By D. L. Kemper, Deputy.
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jg^S^ai J[ y Our place need painting, there is no her- m^^~M,
i ?fe"fl ter opportunity offered than the present for IMJi J
IsM^ll brightening them up. fe^isii 11
i jJErrij| ' Sherwin-Williams Paint, Prepared (s. w. p.) J^fijigJ
' is the best paint for outside use. By vising a high |, -• '.1
J^TZjA quality paint like S.W. P. you can preserve the wood j^--<"--ra
j *l^4 in your house for many years, so that it will look iffuJg.iL.~l™
( ite^^fiM) bright and fresh when other houses that have not Ikvii w j|?>-;x~_- wf
painted or have been finished with a cheap paint are 1 inJfojST-l-r 1
showing the effects of the wear and tear. Paint now |}t~
fc" raL anc' 'cee P y°ur buildings in good repair by protecting > *_ ; '"^^R
'njrr^iM them from weather exposure. Don't forget, too, tliat T1 "S^^R
: r#°¥^ f the inside of the home can be made more cheery by j|kJ?j
;b'---"--yj brightening up the little things such as tables, chairs, Lmc^J^J.
Q^ijf Sherwin-Williams Brighten Up Finishes
rrfcZZ-^L is a line of inside finishes, manufactured especially fej&sss^
I fjSjb_^Jj« for the use of the householder and the housewife. It Ijf^^"; '
lU5v!?5-|y includes a paint, stain or enamel for every surface 1 Uii'fCi- -|
C^-^jJ in and about the home. No matter what you want IciiEEi^S
)Efe==s3S. to do over —you only have to ask for S-W Brighten fc^pss=^
\ Up Finishes and you will get the right product for '•."firtV-''
ry'" 4''~~jr' We are Sherwin -Williams agents and carry a JS^~^^JL
I full line of their products. Come in and tell B
us your paint problems and let us help you \^Z*-~^Jk£*'=
If you want the moat up-to-date farm machinery, which we are using
every effort to secure, investigate The Corn King Manure
Spreader, The Ohio Double Disc Harrow, which elimi
nates Bide draft, is tongueless and can be changed into a single disc in
twenty minutes, and The Krillioit Pulverizer. Packer and
Roller. IF IT IS UP-TO-DATE, WE HAVE IT.
coifax, Company w aß^
Wheat Land for Sale
Cheap by Owner
71/T V SECTION 7, township 12, range 38. Two miles
south across Snake river from Whitman county. 537
acres now farmed. 600 acres can be farmed. Over 400 acres
of grain in and looks well. Buyer gets one-fourth of crop de
livered in warehouse at Starbuck. Two miles haul. Land
lays well for farming. 686.44 acres at $15 per acre, $10,296.60.
Terms: —One-third down, balance to suit at 8 per cent.
H. W. GrOff Colfax, Wash.
M. J. MALONET, Proprietor
Headquarters for the Citizens of Whitman
County and the Traveling Public.
connected carries a fine line of imported and
I domestic Wines, Liquors i
Our price* may not an d Oigars. When you set Wh« n
be the low**, but we ft at the Hotel OoC *£ ffiTodPfieSTjol;
guarantee every ar- ge t the beßt produced in the Hotel Colfft *. the
tide first cW the marketß of the worM KKery'bSr"
Hutchison's Art Studio
Picture Frames, Art Supplies
R.R.Hutchison Commercial PhotnOT.» T> | 1 p r _ _.