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FROM COUNTY'S BOOKS
List of Instruments Filed for
Record in a Week.
Got. Patoata and Receipts
United States to Jos. Peiletier,
neq seq, seq neq 31, wh nwq 32-13
Jas. Hioobltff and wife to C. W.
Clark, pt 13-17-44, oontraot, $1500.
Chas. F. Stuart and wife to Chas.
E. Cleveland, lot 7, blk 18, Maiden,
Elmer C. Culp to S. D. Olmsted,
lot 1, blk 13, Huffman's 2nd add,
Wm. Service and wife to Emma L.
Hopper, lots 7,8, blk 1, Farmiugton,
Emruu L. Hopper to H. J. Klein,
lots 7, 8, blk 1, Farn)inj,'ton, f 12<>0.
P. C. Hart and wife to X A. Adel
ber«, lota 13, 14, blk 30, Maiden,
W. H. Midkiff and wife to H. L.
Dixon, lots 1, 2, blk 5, pt blk 4,
Fisher's add, Palouse, 11.
Nicholas Codd et al to Washington
Water Power Co , lots 2,3,4, blk 15,
Prescott & Perkins' Riverside add,
Arthur Trenner et al to A. J.
iiochradel, lot 5, pt lot 4, blk 15,
Ida M. Taft and husband to Mary
Martin, lota 5, G, blk 45. Oolfax,
W. H. Striker and wife to Philip
Creasor, lots 11, 12, blk 12, Tekoa,
Chas. H. Pierce to Donna S.
Smith, sh lot 3, blk 1. Lawrence &
Holbrook's add, Pullman, 8700.
J. A. Smith to O. K. Smith, swq
25 20-40, $6400.
Myron A. Sherman et ux to Jno.
B. Maohin, tract in sectiouts 24,25 of
Juo. B. Maohin to Myron A. Sher
man, Jr., tract in 32-17-41, 5250.
Jno. Helm and wife to Jno. L.
Smiok, lots 6,7, blk 2, H. D. Smith's
let add, Endicott, 6930.
Alien B. Seward et al to Luella
Sevvard, \vh neq, eh nwq 4-19-41, aeq
C. Sehurra and wife to Henry L.
Tatom et al, lots 5, ti, blk lit. Rosa
C. J. Randle et al to Geo. W. Ellis
and wife, lot 5, Handle's resnrvey of
lot 11. McGeft*! subdivision of seq,
I. H. Domett to A. JO9. Swanuack,
part uwq of s>wq 22 20-39, $40.
Samuel Lichty and wife to John
Dingle, wh seq, ueq seq, seq neq 1<),
nh swq, swq nwq 20-16-46, $10.
A. JO9. Swaunaek and wife to I. H.
Dnggett, part neq of swq 22-20-39,
Margaret J. Spurgin and husband
to Anna Anderson, lots 9, 10, blk 7,
Henry Herboth and wife to Henry
Koester, lots 1, 2, 3, IG, 17, 18, blk
8, Unionown, 8750.
Girard Clark and wife to Robert
E. Lee Prater, neq 25-16 44, $1.
John Erickson to J. R. Goodnough,
lot 6, blk 9, Powers' add, Palouse,
Arhur D. Fawver and wife to Jas.
C. Graham, eh swq lots 3, 4, of 18
--IG-4G, except, $11,000.
Carey Invest. Co. to Q. A. Weldon,
aeq 18-16-45, sh neq 18-16-45, ex
Ada P. White and husband to Cora
Weesner, part of nwq 32-15-45, $1.
Sol Waters et al to Wtu. Sell, lots
5, C, blk 2, Farmiugton, bond for
Elnora Hay and husband to Edw.
Krell, lots 1, 2, of 5-20-45, $71G2.
Geo. W. Troupe to Wm. O. Hoed,
lot 9, blk 2, Catlett's add. Winona
O. H. N. Co. to Oregon, Wash. &
Idaho R, tt. Co. tract over lota 1,
2, of 29-13-38, $630.
f Emma C. Ooply to P. P. Ooply,
lots 17, 18, blk 3, Emily Hull's add,
Colfax. r ! 0.
Milwaukee Land Co. to £dwin T.
Taylor, lots 12, 13, blk 31, Maldeu,
Milwaukee Land Co. to John E.
Reilly, lots 5, 0, blk 55, Maiden,
Milwaukee Laud Co. to R. T.
Walls, lots 3, 4, blk 40, Alalden,
R. T. Walls aud wife to Farmers
and Merchants State Bank, lot 3, blk
40, Maiden, £1.
C. J. Dilts and wife to Burton C.
Rowe, blk 18, Sunnyeide add, Pa
J. L. Magee, trustee, to Edw. H.
Magee et at, nh lots 3, 4, blk 9,
Fitob's add, Palouse, 83.
Kathleen Alice Horton and hus
band to J. C. Northrop, nh lota 3, 4,
blk 9, Fitch's add, Palouee, 8750.
Chas. N. Darling and wife to \Y.
II Moser, swq 8-16 45, §7040.
Geo. Weitz and wife to Geo. Maek
liet, tract in Colfax, 17 5.
Michael J, Burns and wife to Scot
tish American Mtg. Co., Ld., aeq 2,
i nwq 1-19-41, $4500.
H. L. Dixon and wife to Jared
Fisher, lots 1,2. blk 5, blks 3, 4,
Fisher's add, Palouae, 61000.
Amanda J. Hudson and husband
to Wm. Swain, lots C, 7, 8, blk 30,
Daw's add, Pullman, 8400.
Donna S. Smith and husband to
F. O. Stevens, sb lot 3. blk 1, Law
rence «fc Holhrook's add, Pullman
O. K. Smith to J. A. Smith, swq
Johnson Union Warehouse Co. to
Kerr-(Jifford Whse. Co. warehouse,
Lemuel R. Chapmau and wife to
Lilian Crocker, lot 2, nwq neq, eh
nwq 22-14-42, except, $1000.
G. A. Weldon and wife to Geo. C.
Jewett, seq 18-16-45, sh neq 18-13
45, except, 87000.
John Dingle and wife to Geo. C.
Jewett, wh seq, neq seq, seq neq 19,
nh swq, swq nwq 20-16-46, $6000.
John R. Goodnough to John Erick
son, lot 6. blk 9, Powers' add, Pa
Sam'l H Dole and wife to Elberton
State Bank, sh swq 27-17-44, $1600.
Alonzo O. Wells to Henry Blern
bacb, uwq 14-20-39, 1600.
Everett Makers to F. J. Mahoney,
lots 4, 5, blk 4, F. J. Mahouey's sub
division Lombard's add, Tekoa, $50.
Philip Creasor and wife to Martha
Striker, lots 11, 12, blk 12, Tekoa,
A. E. Mcßride to W. S. Imbler,
live stock and two-thirds crop of 40
acres in seq 15-18-42, $100.
F. H. Endsely to Wheeler-Motter
Co, two-thirds crop on swq 6-14-42,
live stock, machinery, 8750.
Geo. McManamon and wife to In
ternational Mtg. Bank, sh swq 19-17
--45, swq seq 19-17-45, 14500.
Wm. Moak and wife to Citiens
State Bank, Tekoa, part blk 11, Lom
bard's add, Tekoa, 8875.
W. H. Crews and wife to J. D.
Morton, lot 6, blk 21, Lamont, $215.
Edw. Krell and wife to Elnora Hay,
lots 1. 2, of 5-20-45, $2500.
J. C. Graham and wife to Security
State Bank, eh swq lots 3, 4, of 18
Wm. A. Yeo and wife to Interna
tional Mtg. Bank, swq 1-14-43, $5000
J. R. Hagaman to J. T. Person,
W. J. Ramey et al to H. N. Clem
ens, livestock, 2-3 crop en neq, nh
eeq 30-14-39, wh 19-14-39, $1735.
D. C. Green et al to R. B. Games,
200 bushels wheat on neq 24-19-41,
wh nwq 19-19-42, $74.
Leonard M. Ringer to First Na
tional Bank, Pullman, one-half crop
on ueq 3515-45, $100.
C. J. Witmer to G. W. DeGowin,
D. M. Davis to J. C. Davis, live
Ebeu Thomas to New Mero. Co.,
200 sacks on wh 30-17-39. $172.
Henry F. Ocha to Wm. L. Walls,
livestock, etc., $100.
Chaa. H. Pierce to Lewis F. Ec
cles, real mtg.
Tekoa Aerie No. 1833, F. O. E.,
to Jno. A. Coop, real mtg.
Tekoa State Bank to W. H. Strik
er, real mtg.
J. J. White, receiver to Wash.
Home Co., to Isaao Best et al, real
Netherlands American Mtg. Bank
to Thos. B. Matiock, real mtg.
United States Invest. Co. to Geo.
W. Rhoade, real mtg.
Andy Mael to A. L. Mael and wife,
C. A. Leighton to Peter Protf, real
H. A. Lehrbass to EL W. Thomp
son, real mtg.
Bunnell & Eno Invest. Co. to Jon
athan Whaley et al, real mtg.
F. T. Greer to J. M. Ford and wife,
First State Bank, Garfleld, to H. J.
Brunner, real mtg.
Security State Bank to B. A. Smith
et al, real mtg.. partial release.
John Terhune to H. S. Hull, chat
Farmers State Bank, Cniontown, to
Bjurne Gustad, real T3tg.
Vermont Loan aud Trust Co. to
Swau Nelson et al, real iutg.
Vermont Loan and Trust Co. to
Swan Nt4osu et al, real mtg.
Benuington Co. Say. Bank to Swan
Nelson et al, real mtg.
Benniugton Co. Say. Bank to Swan
Nelson et al, real mtg.
Potlatch Lumber Co. to L. E. Car
ter and wife, lien.
Bills of Sale
Nicholas Codd et al to Washington
Water Power Co., electric lighting
plant, etc., 81000.
Edw. Johnson to Chas. F. Bensel,
wood yard business, $1759.
Does not Color the Bair
AVER'S HAIR VIGOR
Stops Palling Hair An Elegant Dressing
Destroys Dandruff Makes Hair Grow
InCTpHipnfQ • Sulphur. Glycerin. Quinin. Sodium Chlorid.
ingredients . Capsicum Sage Alcohol. Water. Perfume.
A hair Drcoaration made from this formula is harmless, yet possesses positive merit. A
hair food, a hair tonic, a hair dressing. Consult your doctor aDout these nairpromems.
J. 0. Ayt-r Compact. Lowell. Maw.
COLFAX GAZETTE, COLFAX, WASHINGTON. M\Y 13, 1910.
Id .1 in 1 ltiiiir an opul color la of the
greater importance R«*<l tire or red
in combination with yellow, blue and
green is the hest. Blue liy itself
is quite valueless, and the preen opal
is imt of great value unless the color
is very vivid and the pattern very
good. The color must be true —that is
to say. it must not run in streaks or
patches, alternating with a colorless
or inferior quality. Pattern is an im
portant factor, the several varieties
being known as "pin tire" when the
grain is very small, "harlequin" when
the color is In small squares, the more
regular the better, and the "flash tire."
or "flash opal." when the color shows
as a single Hash or in very large pat
tern. Harlequin is the most common
and is also popularly considered the
most beautiful. When the squares of
color are regular aud show us dis
tinct minute checks of red. yellow,
blue and green it is considered mag
nificent. Some stones show better on
edge than on top.—Exchange.
Kept Them Dancing.
A Washington official, speaking of
blunders in tbe diplomatic service, told
of a mistake committed by an Amer
ican in Afghanistan. lie said:
"This American entertained the
shahzada for three days, giving him
a very handsome suit of rooms In his
house. The morning of the shabza
da's arrival the American host visited
him in his apartment and was amazed
to see the royal guest and his entire
staff hopping about the floor in the
oddest way. They conversed politely
and gravely; but. instead of walking,
they hopped, taking great leaps of
eight or nine feet. The host ventured
to ask the reason of this hopping.
The shahzada politely replied:
""You see. this carpet is green, with
pink roses here and there. Green is
a sacred color with us. so we are
obliged to hop from rose to rose. It is
good exercise, but rather fatiguing, 1
A Lively Office.
In his recollections In Black wood's
Magazine Sir Robert Anderson tells
an amusing story of the days when he
was employed at the home office. Ou
his arrival one morning at the office
be found a note from Sir James Fer
gnsson's private secretary—his inti
mates called him "Creeper"—announc
ing that at 3 o'clock precisely an old
hat, lately the property of the chief
clerk, would be kicked off from the end
of the corridor and requesting the fa
vor of Sir Robert's presence. When Big
Ben struck 3. Sir Robert heard Creep
er's cheery voice ring out. "All on
side; play!" They all turned out and
the game began. On emerging from
an unusually hot scrimmage Sir Rob
ert became conscious of the presence
of a stranger at his side, a timid little
Frenchman, who meekly Inquired, "Is
ziss 7.g office for ze naturalization?"
Sir Robert adds, "It was!"
Draci. Brother, Drag!
[The road drns has proved so valuable
in Improving poor highways that even the
poets have turned their attention to it.
Here is what a Missouri bard advises
farmers burdened with bad roads to do.]
Then "if at first you don't succeed."
Drag, brother; drng.
And once or twice don't fill the noed.
Drag, brother; drag.
When a shower of rain has passed.
And the sun shines out at last.
While the roads are drying: fast.
Drag, brother; drag-.
And Gabe win come along and see—
Drag, brother; drag—
Just how a good road ought to be.
Drag, brother: drag.
When he gets home he'll take his pen
And write you up the best of men.
And you'll be mighty famous then (?).
Drag, brother; drag.
—Butler (Mo.) Republican Press.
Improved Wheat Land.
We can supply you with improved
wheat land, good soil, on easy terms, at
$25 to $35 per acre. These lands are
improving every year and are now as
good as your lands were a few years ago
which are now selling at $60 to $100 per
acre. These lands will soon be selling at
$50 to $60 per acre. Buy now and don't
regret having waited. If you had bought
land in your vicinity several years atro
you would now be rich. For further par
ticulars address Jay—Hayden Realty Co.,
A Happy Father
is coon turned to a cad one if he has to
walk the floor every night with a crying
baby. McGee'n Baby Elixir will make
the child well—soothe its nerves, induce
healthy, normal plumber. Best for din
ordered bowels and Hour stomach—all
teething babies need it. Pleasant to
take, sure*, and safe, contains no harm
ful drugs. Price 25 and 50 cents per
bottle." Sold hv V T. MclVoskey.
Seven beautiful new sepia tone Golfax
poet cards are the latest arrivals. Two
uew views of the picturesque North Pa—
louse river, one of Martha Washington, a
street view of the Fraternity block, one
of Steptoe Butte, the Main street school,
and St. Patrick's Catholic church. 2 for
se, 25c dozen, postpaid to any addreee.
The Elk Drue Store, Colfax, Wash.
You generally buy a suit of clothes for
what it looks like but you don't always
get the value you pay for it. You can
be safe on that point by buying Hart
Schaffner it Marx clothes from the
Whitehouee Clothing Co.
It will pßy you to read Hncette Ad«.
You Can Have a Model Kitchen
as cool and white as a dairy. No smell, no smoke,
no heat, no dust. No old-fashioned contrivances. The
I^g^^cr/gct j on
is the latest practical, scientific cook-stove. It will cook the most
elaborate dinner without heating the kitchen.
Boils, bakes, or roasts better than any range. Ready in a second.
Extinguished in a second. Fitted with Cabinet Top, with collapsible
m3^^> s*^ —^-i rests, towel rack, and every up-to-date
MMW^B^Jtt ;-" - cause it will cook any dinner and not
\^flWflgj^hoft&stitf^^pß%.^ ~l- no smoke, no coal to bring in, no ashes
>^BSV \ J^StSgsSr^' -^^ \*r to carr.v out- It does away with the
)bPp \\ W&&B& "«Mg m drudgery of cooking, and makes it a
<- /Jmffi r*- jwtaffi^:'''' Jim *m pleasure. Women with the light touch
Ag^^^P^^SSbß^ IBM pastry especially appreciate it, be
frC~~ r'-ffi~-^*%o' " 'tttm^m Bhl cause they can immediately have a
/*r-^---*^^^--.iJ^3^s.- > .^;yj^^Bs SJP quick fire, simply by turning a handle.
fK~~"~BSf~ iBEt~ - W'*yy^ half-hour preparation. It not only
X TT* fffdK? 'S 'ess trou^'e than coal, but it costs
f />- L j|j3Bjr»| less. Absolutely no smell, no smoke;
sjP*i : f/^s!' ' il^SlW an<^ '* d°esnt heat the kitchen.
Ws±UmxJ>i'f^'^WS2S&P% *^ne n>c^el finish, with the turquoise
A Ji^Vp^^^ blue of the enameled chimneys, makes
Mr ~|" — -X^^^^^^^^k the stove ornamental and attractive.
■ SS^m m Made with 1, 2 and 3 burners; the 2
I J vim and 3-burner stoves can be had with
/ Cautionary Note: Be sure \l \ or without Cabinet.
B you get this stove —see II „ . , .
that the name-plate II Every dealer everywhere; if not at yours,
reads "New Perfection." lV write lor Descriptive Circular to th« nearest
II agency ofthe
Standard Oil Company
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Golfax Malt Extraei
ABSOLUTELY FREE FROM ALCOHOL
In cases of debility from overwork
or nervous strain, there is nothing as
beneficial as this Malt Tonic —a splen
did food for convalescents; the great
est cure known to science for weakness
Nursing mothers will find our Malt
a wonderful aid.
For weak stomachs and poor diges
tive organs take your physician's
advice, '• Use Colfax Malt Extract."
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Strict attention to all bills and
jommunications. Terms reasonable.
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Gazette Clubbing Kates save yon money
For Sale, About 15,000 Acres
of Sherman County, Oregon
now under crop, leases in varying sized
parcels renewable or subject to cancella
tion at buyer's option.
Price about §40.00 per acre
(Crop rental 1910 reserved)
Terms —Part Cash, part on time.
= APPT,V TO ==
Eastern Oregon Land Co.
Care of Balfour, Gruthrie & Co.
Board of Trade Building Portland, Oregon
Hardware Lawn Mowers American
Tinware Garden Hose Field Fence
tools For the Farmer, Gardener, Carpenter, tools
tools Blacksmith, Householder and Handy tools
tools Man. All wants can be supplied from tools
tools our big stock. tools
SIMON DREIFUS & CO.
Corner Main aud Wall Streets Coltux, Wash.
"12 MILES fro m SPOKANE"
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Glassware, Open Stock Cliinaware and
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light luncheon or a solid "square"
meal, you'll get the best here in
food, served in a manner beyond
criticism. Have you given us a
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person without telling them
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