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FROM COUNTY'S BOOKS
List of Instruments Filed for
Record in a Week.
Gov. Patents and Receipts
United States to Susannah Steen,
lots 1, 2, 3, 4 of 18-20-46, pateut.
United States to Wm. Ellis, swq
United States to Christian Walter,
*>h wwq, eeq nwq, swq eeq 8-14-40,
United States to Wai. Walter, eh
neq, eh seq 8-14-40, patent.
United States to Thoa. P. Ruble,
eh neq, neq ueq 7, seq tseq 6-13-45,
Martin Dyohman to Benno Mobr,
nh 35-16-42, lease.
J. W. Thompson and wife to Geo.
H. Uuntley, pt nwq 2-17-42, $1.
Hattie B. Ivens aud husband to
Jas. M. Wooddy, lot 3 ,blk 64, Sam
uel Simpson's add, Garheld, 8800.
C. W. Barringer et al to Potlatch
Lumber Co., lot 10, blk 7, Rock
Adam Bafus and wife to Conrad
Morasob, swq 29-16-41, 86400.
Juo. M. Bonndberg to C. B. Crom
well, lot 4, blk 9, east of E street,
Breeding's add, Palouse, 8600.
■I. A. Long and wife to Juo. M.
Konndberg, lot 4, blk 9, east of E
street, Breeding's add, Palouse,
Ludwig Utke and wife to Henry
Litzenberger, lot 6, blk 8, Endi
O. P. Calef aud wife to J.K. Hevel,
tract in 2-18 45, 87767.
Emma A. Green and husbaud to
Jas. Hiornan, lota 5, 6, blk 11, W.
C. McCoy's add, Oakesdale, SI.
I. M. Citron and wife to Milwau
kee Land Cu., lot 3, blk 21, Maiden,
C. H. Rnneell et nx to Margaret A.
Harrison, lot 11, blk 18, Pullman,
Cha9. L. Marsh, admr., to First
State Bank of Garfield, lot 5, blk 43,
Holbrook'a add, Garlield, 81000.-
R. S. Brown and wife to Frank O.
Greer, neq 3-18-4 4, 86225.
Wm. Hammond and wife to Juo.
Dingle, swq swq 17, nwq nwq 20,
.l>t neq 19, pt seq 18-16-46, 85372.
\V. R. Audersou, commissioner, to
Win. Hammond, swqswq 17, nwq nwq
20, pt neq 19, pt seq 1816-46,
Helena F. Thibadean to Wiper In
vestment Co., pt lots 1, 2, blk 9,
Fitch's add, Palouse, 81.
Fred Wachsruuth and husband to
O. E. Powell, eh lots 1. 2, blk 42,
Airs. A. E. Wood to Geo. H.
Wood, nh nwq 34-18-43, swq 27-18
--43, except, lease.
Thos. Bentson to Carrie Pntnam,
eh swq 10-14-40, nwq seq, swq neq,
eh nwq 10-14-40, agreement, 87200.
Thos. Beutsou to Nelson E. Brush,
lot 4, swq uwq, \vh swq 2-14-40,
Ida Emily Owens et al to Grace
Wlllaey, seq 18-10-4 4, 89000.
Juo. Weitz and wife to Geo. More
ascb, lots 1, 2, blk 4, Endicott,
Milwaukee Land Co. to I. M. Cit
ron, lots 3, 4, 5, blk 21, Maiden,
Phillip Blumenscbein and wife to
Jno. Bridell, lots 7, 8, blk 12, Endi
Harry Krutz and wife to E. H.
Letterman, swq 28-14-44, 88000.
11. L. Stewart and wife to Mabel
Farnam, lot 2, Ilk 6, Fisher's add,
Frauk H. Ackerman and wife to
Conrad Luft, swq seq 3-15-41,
Harman Stuber an«l wife to Barthol
Weber, sh ueq, nh seq, neq swq 1-12
--i 45, lots 4, 5 of 6-12-46, except, $25,
Mttrgaretha Thee et al to Harman
Stuber, lots 4, 5 of 6-12-46, eh neq,
nh seq, neq iwq 1-12-45, 818,000.
H. C. Morrison to H. F. Elliott,
tract in Oakesdaie, $750.
Endioott Cemp No. 469, W. O.
W., to Jno. Youngman, wh lot 44,
Mount View cemetery, $5.
Peter Michelson and wife to Jos.
A. Willkonim, lot 3, blk 2, Morrow
Land Co.'s l6t add, Maiden, $250.
Root. A. F. Smyth to Alice L.
Smyth, lot 5, blk 1, Walter's amend
ed add, Colfax, |1.
Cora J. Nessly and husband to
Jno. Melvin, Like 4, 5, 6, 17, 13,
14, 15, except, 1(5-21-22, Farr's add,
Pullman, Farr's 2nd add, Pullman,
except, blks 1, 2, 3, except, Farr's
3rd add, Pullmau, 60500.
Fanny H. Champlin to. G. M.
Dawson, neq 24-18 42, lease.
Alice L. Smith to T. W. Walters,
lot 5, blk 1, Walter's amended add,
Lissie C. Smith and husband to C.
F. Alexander, lots 7, 8, blk 16, ex
cept, Thornton, $350.
Juo. T. McAlister to Elbert L.
McAlister et al, land in Pullman,
Frances C. Keyes to Ralph Squires,
nwqewq 27-19-42, $1.
COLFAX GAZETTE, COLFAX, WASHINGTON, SEPTEMBER 30, 1910.
Jas. A. Brown and wife to Wm
i L. Brown et al, seq 28-18-39, 81.
W. 11. Eaton and wife to 11. C.
Sodorff, nh 1613-45, £24,000.
G. B. Carter, sheriff, to Holland
Bank, pt 23-14-41, 83320.
iieo. X. Henry and wife to Ann C.
Layman, lotß 13, 14, 15, blk 46,
Henry A. Mailed and wife to Na
tloual Bank of Palouse, nwq, nh swq,
nh eeq, except, 20-17-45, £4400.
Howard Sbriver and wife to P. D.
Dn^Kßu, BW q 7^ u ] x ne(J 18-14-46,
Eva Saxton Peasley to Pullman
Savings k Loan ABS'n., lot 14, blk 6,
Collet Park add, Pullman, £1500.
Cbas. Moser and wife to P.
Glasnichen, lot 4 of 5-13-4G, 8400.
(100. Wllleey and husband to Ida
Emily Owens, eeq 18-16 44, 83000.
Geo Moreasob and wife to Jno.
Weitz, lots 1, 2, blk 4, Endicott,
E. J. Durham to Farmers State
Bank of Uniontown, nh 15-12-45,
R. K. Squibb and wife to Colfax
National Bank, lot 8, blk i 4, Col
fax, 850' i.
Bartholl Weber and wife to Her
man Stuber, sh neq, nh seq, neq- swq
1-12-45, lots 4, 5 of 6-12-46, except,
Henry Kuester to Jos. Kuntz, lots
1, 2, 3, 16, 17, 18, blk 8, Union
town, tract in Uniontown, 8600.
H. F. Elliott and wife to M. Ct.
Morrison, tract iv Oakesdale, 8500.
Harry Thompson to Lee A. Worthy,
' lot 2, blk 3, Elberton, 8155.
EL C. Sodortf and wife to W. H.
Eaton, nh, seq 16-13-45, 822,000.
Henry Newton Clemens to First
Savings & Trust Bank of Whitman
county, eh 20, neq 20-14-39, 84000.
Henry Newton Clemens to First
Savings & Trust Bank of Whitman
County, 19-14-39, $4700.
Geo. W. Rhoads to Juo. Terhune,
livestock, implements, 'j crop on
swq 22-19-4 1, nwq 27-19-41, 81100.
Judd Hamilton to Jno. Terhune,
livestock, implements, 2-3 crop oa
swq 7, pt nvvq 18-18-42, 81100.
L. W. Robnett to Advance Thresh
er Co.. machinery, 8385.
J. C. Bean to Advance Thresher
Co., machinery, 81108.
L. N. Wade to J. M. Reid, ma
Henry A. Malsed et al to National
Bank, Palouse, crop on pt 20-17-45,
Evner A. Malsed et al to M. E.
Moser, crop on 480 acres of Ebbert
Evner A. Malsed et al to M. E.
Moser, livestock, machinery, imple
J. P. Hagaman to Geo. W. Dußois,
10.0C0 bushels wheat on nh 20, pt
17, swq 21. pt nwq 28-18-41, live
stock, implements, 84000.
W. S. King et al to C W. Kesssler,
crop on nh 9-18-41, 8500.
F, E. Morris to Farmers State
Bank of Johnson, livestock, imple
ments, 125 eacks of wheat, crop on
460 acres near Chambers, 82350.
E. P. Sharp et al to Jno. Terhune,
livestock, 2-3 crop on pt neq 10, pt
nwq 11 18-41. 8317.
F. G. Rice to D. W. McNabb, live
Security State Bank to J. I. Dooley
et al, obat.
Commercial State Bank to Mollie
Cannon, real mtg.
Tbos. Gonge to Hattie B. Ivens
and husband, real mtg.
Best Mfg. Co. to M. S. Cannon,
conditional bill of sale.
J. W. Hereford to P. J. Zesiger,
Kayn Harness Co. to A. A. Man
W. H. Wieber to Geo. Esser, chat.
R. B. Games to Chas. Turner,
R. B. Gainea to J. T. Chenowth,
W. S. Imcler to A. E. Mcßride,
Huntley Merc. Co. to Scott Pal
C. W. Brady to W. H. Clark, lien.
•Weasel Munim to Wm. Maley and
wife, real mtg.
American Free Hold Land Mtg.
Co. to Cyras B. Henderson, real mtg.
Tekoa State Bank to W. S. Bilyeu,
First State Bank of Garfleld to W.
A. Emert, chat.
J. I. Case Threshing Maoh. Co. to
Jno. R. Kleweno, chat.
W. C. Morrow to Ben MoDougall,
St. John State Bank to Judd Ham
ilton, two chats.
Bank of Endicott to J B. Conover,
A. M. Horton to N. E. Brush et j
Geo. W. Dußois to J. P. Haga
X. S. Ridenoar et al to J. H.
Nels E. Nelson to J. P. Hagaman,
Jos. F. Schwindel to Jos. B. j
Schweiger, real mtg.
Santford A. Manring to Jas. H.
Anderson and wife, real mtg.
E. B. Metoalf to Emma E. Thayer,
J. P. Hale et al to S. A. Bodlne,
Jno. F. O'Dell to E. K. Hanna,
power of attorney.
Western Union Life Ins. Co. to
Henry Newton Clemens, real aitg.
Commercial State Bank to Philip
L. Sain, real mtg.
Hester M. O'Dell to E. K. Hanna,
power of attorney.
E. E. Ertel to Andy Conover, chat.
Gilbert Hunt Co. to Newt Jacob
Bills of Sale
W. A. Wilson to W. A. Clark,
summer fallow on nwq 28-19-45, pt
eh 28-19-45, shed. 8500.
How the Candidate Lost Out.
"They in|<l me." said the Hiilrille
Candida re. ••rli.it split tin" rails for po
litical fences was good exercise, and I
whirled in with a will. But there's a
difference 'twist that and plowin' for
votes. I plowed two days for one
man and plowed so well that it grive
me a big reputation in the settlement.
and I'm liiest if a committee of farm
ers didn't wait on me and advise me
to git nut o' politics and stick to the
soil, as it was their unanimous verdict
that I'd he more nt a success at guidin'
the destiny of a Georgia mule than I
would at sortin 1 seeds as a congress
man!"— Atlanta Constitution.
A WORD TO THE WISE.
When considering where to insure your
That the Northwestern Mutual Fire Aa
pociation of Seattle has reduced the cost
of insurance to the farmer almost one
That every lopb sustained has been
paid in ca»»h without discount within 24
hours after adjustment.
That it has eliminated the exorbitant
short rate charge.
That you pay nothing until the grain
is ripe enough to burn, no matter how
early you innure.
That all policies cover until December
•Slut, unless grain is sold and insurance
That upon sale of grain you surrender
policy and receive equitable rebate.
That all polirien »re nnn-Hagessable.
Wanted—Apprentice eirl For millinery
department. Apply to Lippitt Brother*.
Not Coughing Today?!
Yet you may cough tomorrow! Better be prepared for it I
when it comes. Ask your doctor about keeping Ayer'sj
Cherry Pectoral in the house. Then when the hard cold I
or cough first appears you have a doctor's medicine at I
hand. Your doctor's approval of its use will certainly;
set all doubt at rest. Do as he says. He knows.!
NO alcohol in this COUgh medicine. JTCAyer Co., Lowell, Mass.
Robust health Js a great safeguard against attacks of throat and lung trouMes, but
constipation will destroy the best of health. Ask your doctor about Ayer's Pills.
gjtitfo ani* Merchants' Association
•O|jj|jks MOSCOW, IDAHO
wp^S^pCXfr ffi Property statements on any individual in Latah
yf*r I »Ss^ or Whitman counties. Publishers of reference book
"j"* of credit ratings, with monthly revisions.
General collections everywhere.
Established 1902. Office, Postoffice Block
ELK DRUG STORE
Something Jfew For You
PURPLE HYACINTH TALCUM
An Exquisite Toilet Preparation
V. T. McCROSKEY, Colfax, AVash.
The beat of bountiful nature's gifts
this year in fruits are to be found here.
A partial list: CANTALOUPES, AP
If you wish the choicest—the real pick
of the best fruits grown—you are positive
of being pleased if you patronize THIS
grocery. A full line of fancy and staple
groceries of like excellence also.
Phone *7"l Wheeihouse & Erwin,
Main • ■*• Proprietors
to do your Watch, Clock and
Jewelry repairing. AH work guar
anteed to give absolute satisfaction
or money refunded; and will be
done when promised. You will find
me in Ripley's Pharmacy.
R. W. PHIPPS
COLFAX, - WASH.
Big Event Will Open OctobeHO and
Continue Six Days.
John E. Nicfcerson, secretary of the
Lewi«ton-ClarkHton Fair, state* that
every repurt received relative to the j
progress of the fair if* most encouraging.
Following a long and rather trying cli- j
matie season it seems all are determined i
to take an outing and it is generally con- i
ceded the Lewiston-Clarkston Fair isjthe
time and place.
To the end that Kir visitors cannot I
complain that hostelry charges are ex- j
cessive the fol owing well known hotels, I
lodging houses and restaurants have j
already agreed to maintain the present
t-c*)edul*> fif prices during fair week: Hotel ,
Grand, Oxford Annex. Lewiston Hotel, !
As-eniblee Hate], Kettenhßch Hotel, 80l- !
linger Annex. Raymond House, Arling
ton Hotel, Scully House.
With respect to the fare to and from
the grouuds a 25c rate is assured, and it
is hoped that for conveyances carrying a
large number a 15c rate can be secured
There is no question as to the manner
in which the people will be entertained—
there will be something doing all the
time. In addition to the usual carnival
features offered it is expected by the time
this is printed that arrangements will be
concluded for the flying machine. This
feature alone will be w^ll worth the trip.
J. C. Mars Will Fly at Fair.
J C. Mars, one of the world's most
daring aviators, who fell into the Atlan
tic ocean from a height of 600 feet re
cently, is the man who will thrill patrons
of the Spokans Interstate Fair, October
3to 9, with four daily fl gats. The fair
management was notified during the
past week by Glen H. Curties, of Ham
mondsport, N V., that bis famous pupil
had been selected for the Spokane assign
ment. Mars will be seen in Spokane in a
50-horse power eigbt cylinder Ourtiss
biplane, an exact duplicate of the big
machine with which be took his high
dive He will bring two machines with
the idea of quickly substituting one if
the other goes wrong, so as to avoid
On account of hohdaye, Lippitt Bro's
depnrtment store will rt main closed on
Tueedav, October 4, and Thursday,
October 13. Patrons will please govern
Grandfather knows good whiekey and
since he was a boy Harper has been his
chr ice It'n good pnough for me, and ?or
you too. In chort it ia the best. Buy
Harper from J C Monahan.
The Wornao's Relief Corps meets the
first and third Saturdays of each month,
I at 2:30 p. m.. in A. O. U. W. hall.
Why rent when you can buy like
thie on easy terms? Good 5-room
dwelling in select neighborhood, new
ly papered and painted, new walks
and fence, lot 150x50 ft, level, good
walled well and pump, plenty of fruit,
shade trees and lawn, onlr 2 blocks
from Main street, non-resident owner
who has to sell. Anyone wishing to
buy a good residence close in will find
this a bargain at twice the price—
f 900 if taken now. It would cost
more than the price to build the
house, and the naked lot is worth the
Real estate bought and sold. Also
bandied on moderate commissions
For any special bargain in farm land
I can get cash purchaser on short
Richard H. Reid
102 Main Street Colfax, Wash.
Reliable, energetic man to operate
on partnership basis. Particulars
C. B. WHITE
421 Cniqn St. SeatMe, Wash.
Whitman Realty Co.
ROOM 4. LIPPITT BUILDING
Handle any thing in the real
Palouse Farms, Canada Wheat Land,
City Property, Fruit and Irri
gated Lands. List your
property with us.
We are in communication with good prospects
both to buy and trade. We also write
in the best board companies.
Get our prices on Grain and Hay
Colfax, Wash. Phone Main 1271
Statement of Condition of
Colfax National Bank
In response to call of Comptroller Sept. 1, 1910
rThis rank has the largest capital and surplus of any bauk in the Pa
louse country, is conservatively managed by a board of directors
composed of men of ripe experience in the banking business, who meet
every week to discuss its affairs, lilts officers give careful and pains
taking attention to all business entrusted to them. ''Your attention
is respectfully called to the advantages of an account with this safe,
strong, up to-date bank, and your business is soli ited.
Loans and discounts and overdrafts $1,050,4^2 71
United States bond 9 200,000 00
Stocks, bonds and securities 5,475 65
Furniture and fixtures 4.700 00
Real estate 2,tMO G5
Due from banks $108,806 23
Due from United States treasurer. 10,000 00
Caah in vaults 65,554 \G 184,420 39
Capital stock $ 200,000 00
Surplus and profits 63,385 49
National bank notes 200,000 00
Deposits 984.613 9i
Alfred Coolidpe - President Ohas. E. Scriber Cannier
A. F. McClaine .... Vice President D. C. Woodward - - - Assistant Cashier
Alfred Coolidfre, A. F. McClaine, Senator Levi Ankeny. Julius Lippitt. Kdward Johnson
K. L. McC'roskey, Chas. Johnson, U. L. Ettinjrer, C. L. Mackenzie
Wm. Codd, Chas. E. Scriber.
Big Auction Sale!
We are over-stocked and must make room for spring goods.
For that reason we will sell at public auction our complete and
fine line of—
Your own price will take them on
WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY,
AT 1O O'CLOCK
on Main street, in front of our store
This is your opportunity to get a Studebaker vehicle, the
best on earth, at a price that suits you, for
YOUR PRICE IS OUR PRICE
TERMS OF SALE—Your note due one year from date or
5 per cent discount will be allowed for cash.
Whitman Implement Co.
Corner Main and Canyon Sts., Colfax, Wash.
For the very best in
Always Go to
The Bicker Studio
In Standard Old Line Company.
H. E. FUNSTON
ROSALIA - - WASHINGTON
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