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FROM COUNTY'S BOOKS
List of Instruments Filed for
Record in a Week.
Got. Patents and Receipts
United States to Henry F. Miller,
neq neq 8, uh nwq, Bwq nwq 0-11-46.
United States to Jas. Win. Parks,
Bwq ewq 28, wh nwq, uwq swq 33-12
Margaret E. Snow and husband to
Daniel A. Robinson, iota 5, C, blk
1:5, Oakesdale, £375.
Edwin T. Taylor and wife to W. H.
Rickel, lota 1. 2, blk 27, Maiden,
Milwaukee Land Co. to Ray C.
Falek, lot 8, blk #9, Maiden, $100.
John K. Hart to Adolpb A. Scholz,
eh 4-15-41, $1.
Homer P. Allen ami wife to Adolph
A. Scholz, eeq 4, lots 1, 2, ah neq
David Roes aud wife to Frank llel
inger, neq nwq, nwq neq 30-18-46
and tract in nwq 30-18-46, $7900.
Sarah E. Muncey and hus baud to
Fred Earnest, ah lot 2, blk 1, R. C.
MoCroykey's 3rd add, (Jarfleld, $400.
Fred Earnest to Geo. W. Haydon,
sh lot 2, blk 1, R. C. McCroskey's
3rd add, Gar6eld, $250.
Sherman H. Wines and wife to Da
vid Kobs, eh neq 22-18-45, except,
Sam'l M. Riftgs and wife to Jesse
G. Williams, lot 92, blk A, Rosalia,
Kay O. Fa Ink to John H. D. Crown,
lot 8, blk 49, Maiden, 1200.
Walter Davis and wife to A. B. Me
(Juire, tract iv 20-18-43, 82384.
Potlatch Lumber Co. to V Tolney B.
Lewis, tract iv Jot 2 of 1-10-4 5, $1.
Mary B. Hodges and husband to
H. L. Hoa^land, lot 23, blk 8, Ro
Wm, O. Neff aud wife to Frank
Pool et al, awq 21, nb nwq 28-20-40,
W. Scott Uetehell and wife to O.
H. Barclay, swq neq lots 1, 2, of 1
Eugenic Ureif et al to Barney Oen
ning, neq aeq 31-13-46, except, $1.
Mary (J. Penny et al to A. E. Shaw
et al, lots 5, (5, blk 42, Pullman,
John F. Anderson a^id wife to 11.
L. Hoa«land, lot 23, blk 8, Koealia,
Tbos. Mos>tyn to Nellie Kellogk',
lots 2, 3, blk 1, Poikius & Prescott's
ad<i, Colfax. 81.
Alviu L. Mael and wife to R. E.
Prater, seq swq, swq seq 31-16-45,
Perry Prettyman and wife to John
L. Smith, lots 1, 2, 3, blk 34, Oakes
Guy Hughes and wife to Geo. W.
Troupe, lot 4, blk 1, Morrow's 3rd
add, Winoua, 1110.
Frances L. Logsdon and husband
to M. J. Rumbaugh, tract in lof 6,
blk 10, Endicott, $400.
Guy Hughes and wife to Geo. W.
Troupe, lot 1, blk 1, Morrow's 3rd
add, Wioona, $110.
Geo. H. Ross and wife to city of
Palouee. tract in Cultou'a add, Pa
C. G. Sellers to Christina Sellers,
blk I, Kobard's add, Palouee. except,
D. F. Staley to Home Security Sav
ings bank, Belliugbam, lots 1, 2, 3,
41, Sunnyside add, Palouse, |l.
F. Joa. Greif and wife to John J.
Ureif, lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 16, part lots 5,
6, 7, 13, 14, 15, blk F, Greif's add,
Rachael M. Abby to C. K. West
lake et al, tract iv nil neq 5-17-45,
John P. Dixon to Oscar A. Wilson,
seq swq, lot 7 of 6-19-46, 56090.
A. J Rudolph and wife to Frank
Ransom, tract in nwq 13*15-39, $1200
Emma Lee Gary to Frank Rausoin,
tract in seq 11-15-39, wh 13, eh
eh 14-15-39, except, $17,420.
H. E. Funston to Wilfcrd Leavitt,
tract in St. John, $1.
John Berger to Luciuda Berger, blk
8, Thornton, 11.
Northwestern Imprv. Co. to Miles
Cramer, lota 17, 18, blk 13, Lamont,
Ctaas. Al. Follis to Nellie Follis,
tract in nh seq 27-16-45, swq nwq,
nwq swq 26-16-45, 11.
Louise Maurer to J. H. Anderson,
nwq neq 16-16-43, swq neq, neq swq,
nwq Beg, seq nwq 16-16 43, lea^e.
Geo. T. Huffman and wife to VV. D.
Hale et al, lots 11, 12, blk 3, Col
lege Hill add, Tekoa, contract, #550.
A. N. Dupuy and wife to North
Coast R. R. Co., right of way over wh
lot 2, blk 5, Palouse Orchards, con
J. H. Bousman and wife to Henry
Fanaton, wh lot 2, blk 4, Garfield, 11.
Fred C. Stone and wife to Andrew
J. Stone, seq 5-19-42, 18000.
Nancy A. Corbett to L. M. Garrett,
lot 1, blk 62, W. F. Simpson's add,
Emma L. Stephenson and husband
to Thos. Stewardeon, part nwq 27-19
Joan P. Klein to Frank Trapp, lots
7, 8, blk IN, Ferguson'h add, Colton,
Martin Lange to J. H. Cook, part
lot 6, blk 5, Colton, 850.
C. F. Nichola aud wife to Kate Ca
rey, lota 1, 2, 3, 4, blk 32, Wiley's
2nd add, Palouse, $300.
T. F. Prichard and wife to R. L.
Porter, tract in swq seq 10-20-43,
Spokane «fc Inland Ry. Co. to Thoe.
F. Prichard and wife, tract in aeq 10
P. F. Chadwick and wife to W. B.
Hargrave, lot 4, blk 52, Colfax, $350.
John Appel to Philip Morasch, nb
neq. nh nwq 14, eh aeq, sh ewq 11
Pullman Lodge No. 29, I. O. O. F.
to Oscar Gilbert et al. Jot 62, I. O.
O. F. cemetery, $20.
James E. Barr and wife to S. Baeb
mann, seq 14-15-40, except, aud part
Bwq 13-15-40, $10,000.
Pullman State bank to David M.
Siry, lot 12, blk 28, College Hill add,
Paul Abendroth and wife to L. W.
Bartlett et al, wh lot 7, lots 8, 9, 10,
blk 5, Lawrence & llolbrook's add,
Pullman; lots 11, 12, blk 28, College
Hill add, Pullman, $600.
L. F. Buraon and wife to Sherman
H. Wines, part 33-18-45, $2300.
Potlatch Lumber Co. to Security
State bauk, tract in lot 7 of 1-16-45,
Adolph A. Scholz and wife to Ho
mer P. Allen, seq of 4, lota 1, 2, sh
neq 4 15-41, £10,000.
R E. Prater and wife to McCraner
Morrison, seq swq, swq seq 31-16-45,
neq 25-16-44, 85000.
C. R. Barclay and wife to W. Scott
lietobell, sec] neq, lots 1, 2, 1-14-44,
Frank Pool et al to Investors Mtg.
Security Co. Ltd. nwq swq 21, nh
nwq 28-20-40, 87000.
J. 11. Barratt to Union Trust Co.,
part 5-18-44, 83000.
Oecar A. Wilson et al to John P.
Dixon, aeq swq, lot 7, 6-19-4G,
Martha M. Wilkin and husband to
Dudley-David Co., lots 6, 7, 8, blk
21, Wiley's 2nd add, Palouse, 881.
Martha M. Wilkin and husband to
Louise Becker, lots 0, 7, 8, blk 21,
Wiley's add, PaJouse, 8400.
Arthur J. London and wife to Ele
anor Truax Harris, seq 10, swq 11,
uh 15 15 39, 89000.
Thos. Howell to Daniel A. Robin
eon, blacksmith outfit, 8375.
C. P. Wilson to Albion State bank,
crop on nwq 9-15-44, livestock, 3300.
Ira Owen aurl wife to First Xat'l
bank. Maiden, piauo, 870.
Jas. P. Ha^atuan to G. W. Dußois,
live stock and two-thirda crop on part
sh 17. uh 20, part 16-18-41, 83(»O.
J. W. Miller to Albion State bank,
two-thirds crop on seq 3-15 44, £275.
J. A. Gleaeon to Albion State bank,
crop ou nwq 16-16 44, $450.
Isaac Pool to Nat'l Bank of Pa
louse, live stock and crop ou Wm.
Collard place, $525.
C. E. Lewis et al to Whitman
Impl. Co., live stock, machinery,
J. W. Warner to Tekoa State bank,
live stock, 5230.
A. W. Cribb to Louis Lommasson,
live stock, 830.
P. S. Paige to First Nat'l bank,
Pullman, live stock, wagon, crop on
wh seq 4, part peg neq, part neq seq
T. V. Blackhurst to E. W. Moore,
well-drilling outflt, 1200.
J. F. Patton to G. N. Clark, two
thirds crop on parish 20-19-41, $200.
J. B. Conover to Bank of Eudicott,
two-thirds crop on Derick'a ranch in
sections 2 and 11, Tp. 16-41, #180.
Huko Heise to E. S. Mullen, live
Tho?. Jones to Potlatch Lumber
Co., live stock, $54.
F. E. Wilhelm to Chas. F. Bensel,
live stock, 889.
Coolidge & McClaine to Chas. V.
Roberts, real mtg.
Geo. F. Edmiston to Michael J.
Burns and wife, real mtg.
Alfred Perrenoud to Henry Iliokey
and wife, real mtg.
G. W. Walker to A. L. Robinson
and wife, real mtg.
Ben W. Mc-Phee to Colfax Nat'l
bank, lots 1, 18, and nh lots 21, 7,
blk 57,Colfax, $2250.
Earl Baiu to W. R. Ridout, chat
Earl Bain to W. R. Ridout, chat
Joa. M. Kelly to Geo. VV. Strange,
Some Alcohol Questions
Is alcohol a tonic? No! Does it make the blood pure?
No! Does it strengthen the nerves? No! Is Ayers
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Yes! Does it strengthen the nerves? Yes! Is it the only
Sarsaparilla entirely free from alcohol? Yes! Ask your
doctor about this non-alcoholic medicine. If he approves,
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COLFAX GAZETTE, COLFAX, WASHINGTON, MAY 20. 1910.
Joe. M. Kelly to Geo. W. Strange,
Cbas. W. Palmer vs. Loretta Pal
mer, Its pendens.
B. A. Martin to Thos. F. Prichard
and wife, real nitg.
Netherlands-American Mtg. tank
to J. M. Jeune and wife, real mtg.
Chas. E Scriber to A. J. Logedon,
Henry Turner to D. B. Buchanan,
Mrs. E. O. Henderson to E. E. Li
kins, chattel mtg.
Bills of Sale
G. W. Harris et al to J. F. Miller,
pool tables, etc, $254.
Joe Kelly to D. O. Carter, one-half
interest in Granden hotel, Maiden,
Inghram Hughes, Gdn., to Conti
nental Distributing Co., saloon fix
Oliver Willson to T. V. Blaek
burßt. well drilling outfit, *600.
O H. Harvey to Marek & Weber,
live stock, 817 5.
Conditional Bills of Sale
Liquid Carbonic Co. to R. K.
Squibb, carbouator, 6125.
i Toledo Computing Scale Co. to Ma
rek & Weber, scalps, 8165.
Caught a Fine Trout.
Billy Webster caught a fine trout in
the Palouse river just below the fair
ground Monday that weighed a pound.
Biliy says he caught one twice the size of
that one day last week, but, added the
earnest disciple of lzaak Walton, the
speckled beauties are scarce. Several
fine specimens of trout have been caught
at divers times this spring, but there ie
a wide lapse of time between events.
Suckers in the river, however, are quite
plentiful, long strings of them being fre
quently in evidence. Fishing is not
what it once was in these parts. Over- :
tinning, of course, has gotten in its dead
List of letters remaining uncalled for
in the Colfax pontoftice, Friday, April
Allen, J C Johnson, Columbus
Gibbons, Miss M V Marsh, Harvey
Gotta, Horace Parker, George
Huntley, I J Mrs Phillips, Harry
Hunter, Geo Posey, Ila
Hill, Chas VV Roberts, Mrs Herrie
Hern, Mrs J D Troub, Jack
Hall, Wayne Van de Walker, Henry
Halmer, Miss Evelyn Wonnacott, Roy
Hanson, Mrs A C Wright, Miss Donnie
Hall, Private E F Zumwalt, Newt
One cent postage will be collected.
Jamks Ewaut, P. M.
An ideal Husband
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he knows she needs help. She may be
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trifles annoy her. She in melancholy,
excitable, troubled with Loss of appetite,
hpadicbe, sleeplessness, constipation or
fainting and dizzy spells. She nee Is Elec
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for ailing women. Thousands of suffnrers
from female troubles, nervous troubles,
backache and weak kidneys have used
them and become healthy and happy.
Try them. Only 50c. Satisfaction
guaranteed by all drmraists.
A sppcial representative of the U. S.
Department of Agriculture, Washington,
1). C , Dr. Maurice Eldridge, best known
authority on good roads in this country,
will speak on that subject at the follow
ing points on the dates shown: Pendle
ton, Mhv 21 ; Condon, May 23 ; Moro,
May 24 ; The Dalles, May 25 ; Hood
River, May 26 ; Dallas, May 27 ; Port
land, May 28.
Seven beautiful new sepia tone Colfax
post cards are the latest arrivals. Two
new views of the picturesque North Pa
louse river, onp of Martha Washington, a
street view of tbe Fraternity block, one
of Steptoo Bnttp, the Main street school,
and St. Patrick's Catholic church. 2 for
se, 25c dozen, postpaid to any address.
The Elk Drue Store, Colfax, Wash.
Yon have only yourself to blame if
you are disappointed in your clothes,
for you can be sure of satisfaction by
buyine Hart Schuffner & Marx clothes
from the Whitehouse Clothing Co.
Drop into Poteet's find sample the ice
cooled buttermilk from the sanitary
Owners of cemetery lots wishing their
| lots cared for before Dreoration Day
! must notify Oliver Hall or L L. Brun
ing at once. Phone Black 901.
To feel strong, have good appetite and
digestion, sleep soundly and enjoy life,
use Burdock Blood Bittern, the great
system and tonic builder.
Itch! Itch! Itch!— Scratch! Scratch!
Scratch ! The more you scratch the
worse the itch. Try Doau's Ointment.
It cures piles, eczema, any skin itching.
All druggists sell it.
A lazy liver leads to chronic dyspepsia ;
and constipation —weakens the whole I
system. Doan's Regulets (25 cents per
box) correct the liver, tone the stomach, \
Cure's baby's croup, Willies daily cuts .
and bruises, mama's sore throat, grand- ;
ma's lameness—Dr. Thomas' Electric Oil,
the trreat household remedy.
Coeur d'Alene Lake
has been placed on the market. The property has been
attractively laid out in beautiful lots, 50x100, and will
be sold as high class improved homesites.
60 BEAUTIFUL LAKE
well shaded aud ideally located, will be disposed oi at
low prices, on most reasonable terms.
East Point is about 14 miles from Coeur d'Alene city
at the foot of the lake and a few miles from Harrison.
It is only^one hour's ride from Spokane by the way of the
O. It. & N.s new cut-off road, with daily morning and
evening passenger service.
Own your summer home at East Point, where you
can enjoy all the pleasures of outdoor life.
Improvement and development work is now going on
at East Point so as to make it the most attractive
summer resort in the Inland Empire. We are installing
a domestic water system, building docks, and plans have
all been perfected for bathing beaches. East Point is the
place for you—the popular summer resort.
Mr. Cowgill will be in Colfax, at the Colfax Hotel,
Thursday, May 26. See him for complete information
concerning East Point and our free offer made to all
D. S. COWGILL
308 Feimvell Block
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Nursing mothers will find our Malt
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For weak stomachs and poor diges
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Low Hound Trip
June 2nd, 17th and 24th
July sth and 22nd
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Kansas City St. Paul
on through electric lighted trains.
For further information regarding
rates, berths, reservations, etc., apply
to local agent or write
J. J. SCHERK, T. P. A.
701 Riverside Aye., Spokane, Wash
Do you want a 320 acre home
stead near main line of Great
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Everything grows, plenty of water,
no frosts. Write
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for free information.
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