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BOARD OF GOUNTY
(Continued from pnge 2)
ELECTION BOARD FOR GENERAL.;
ELECTION, NOV. 8, 1910
1. Uniontown—E. J. Durham, O.
M. Collins, Lambert Taufen.
2. Clinton —W. H. Wolfe, N.
Haynes, C. S. Gray.
3. Branham —Carson W. Taylor, j
R. E. Largent. George O'Donnell.
4. Palouse —E. T. Smeltz, Harvey
Lebold, E. E. Parker.
5. Farminpton — U. V. Butler,
S. C. Harris, G. W. Easter.
6. Lono Pine —S. M. LathrumJ
Henry J. Clark, J. I?. Sumpter.
7. Rosalia —E. A. Whitman, T.
J. Donahoe, Michael Meuli.
8. Steptoe—F. L. Berberry, J. N.
Trowbridge, Lewis Stairett.
9. North Colfax —Sam Lyons, Lee
Huffman, H. T. Lamb.
10. Onecho—S. W. Hickman, \
Chas. W. Johnson, D. E. Kinsinger.
11. Seats—J. H. Maynard, J. H.
Watson. J. E. Bishop.
12. Almota —Eugene Spalding, C. j
H. Moys, W. F. Adams.
13. Penewawa —N. N. Cota, Robt. |
Moran, Geo. E. Lee.
14. LaCrosse—W. F. Conyard, E.I
S. Knowlton, J. S. Shrock.
15. Endioott—J. S. Rockwell,
Philip Ochs, W. D. Marsh.
16. Pine City—A. H. Gustin, W.
W. Kimm, L. Cain.
17. Rook Creek—W. T. Bowen,
James S. Chase. O. P. McNall.
IS. South Colfax —E. E. Sherfey,!
E. C. Taylor, E. H. Newton.
10. Texas—Alex. Smith, J. N. ■
Banks, L H. Kuckuck.
20. Diamond —■ George Laird,'
Newell Stillson. Jack Stuart.
21. Pampa—John Moore, Stew
art Haekett, R. W. Gordon.
22. Winona—J. T. Billups, An
drew Reichter. N. W. Triplett.
23. Elberton—H. W. Roberts,
Ira Long. N. W. McGinniss.
24. Johnson — C. M. Beckett,
Frank Willoughby, A. B. Maxwell.
25. Tekoa —Thos. Warwick, J, M.
Grern, S. L. Jameson.
26. Colton—Chas. E. Maynard,
Ernest Flowers, Fred Reisenauer
27. Pullman —B. Atherton, R. S.
Booth, W. H. Brabyn.
28. Garfield—T. H. Hale, R. G. !
Elder, E. J. Byrne.
29. Oakesdale—A. S. Leister,
Geo. Young, S. S. Bailor.
30. Guy—Geo. A. McDonald, W. i
J. Cunningham, Joseph Harter.
31.Ewartsville—A. J. Whitten, J.
C. Kammerer, V. L. Higgins.
32. Harper — St. Clair Saxon,
John Carroll, Robt. McNeilly.
33. St. John—Geo. W. Case, Jr.,
M. S. Phillips, F. M. Sessions.
34. Union—Milan Still, AC. Har
mon. J. S. Calfee.
35. Thornton— J. N. Kile, E. B.
Hughes, J. J. Stephens.
36 Colfax, Second Ward—E. W.
Weinberg. Geo. L. Neil, Patrick Codd.
37. Tekoa City—Joseph Canutt,
L. H. Noyes, J. D. McManus.
•°,S. Rosalia City—F. M. Camp
bell, M. H. West, H. E. Funston
3S. Rosalia—F. M. Campbell, M.
H. West. H. E. Funston.
39. Uniontown City — Michael
Gross, W. A. Meyers, J. L. Tasgart.
40. Oakesdale City —M. F. |
Whaley, C. J. Engle, W. A. Hardesty. :
41. Pullman, First Ward —J.
Frank Hill, B. F. Campbell, J. N.
42. Garfield City—J. A. Dix, I. A.
Crisp, John W. Clark.
43. Farmington City—W. W.
Renfrew, Hugh MacLeod, Chas. H.
44. East Palouse City—W. C.
Kennedy, J. A. Savior, B. E. Lewis. i
45. Colton City—L. F. Gibbs, H.
S. Gransch, Walter Kelley.
46. Colfax, First Ward—A. M.
Scott, J. J. Kneale, Dooks Fry.
47. Sunset—C. M. Hitchings, S.
D. Woodward, Wm. Sproat.
4S. Matlock—Geo. P. Howard,!
Jacob Nelson, Wm. Duere.
49. Cottonwood—H. W. Judd, H
E. Wagner, C. S. West.
50. Hooper—L. A. Bonney, John!
Kent, Harry Forinimore.
51. Pullman, Socond Ward—lra
N. Nye, Geo. Ritchie, Geo. X. Henry
52. West Palouse City—E. j.
Cheney, O. A. Turnbow, J. C. Xorth
53. Colfax, Third Ward—M. E
Scantlin, G. W. Palmer, H. P. Schrei
54. Turnbow—fleo. T. West, J
D. Arrasmith, Lpster Daily.
55. Bethel —T. J. Liddle, J. M.
Seaple, A. J. Day.
56. Elberton " City—Q. W. Perm,
D. Abernethy, W. B. Peoples.
57. Hay—J. B. Taggart, L. F.
Bates, I. M. Curtis.
58. Russell—J. Cherpillod, C. S.
Taylor, Edw. Hagedorn.
59. Bald Butte—John Boyles,
Steven Myers, H. C. Rach.
60. Staley—Orville Stephenson
Richard Smith, C. E. Jennings.
61. Dusty—Roy Jones, T. H.
Ackerman, Geo. Macheleit.
62. St. John Country—C. W
Kessler, E. S. Ross, J. C. Crane.
63. Belmont —Carl Brand J. A.
Cunningham, Rudolph Grueger.
64. Pullman, Third Ward—D. B.
Putman, E. W. Thorpe, J. S. Klem
65. Endicott City—A. S. Hughes,
James A. Cole, C. L. Wakefield.
66. Maiden —T. J. O'Day, James
Cadzow, C. E. Cleveland.
67. Albion —O. W. Crawford, G.
W. Gates, C. H. Dennis.
68. Lamont —B. J. Taylor, James
Phillips, W. H. Crews.
Cold Weather Advice
to all is to beware of coughs and colds
on the chest; as npgiected they rpadily
lead to pnenraonia, consumption or
other pulmonnry troubles. Just as
soon as the cough appears treat it with
Ballard's Horehound Syrup, the stand
ard cure of America. Use as directed—
perfectly harmless. A cure and preven
tative for all diseases of rh.p lungs
Price 25e, SO C and $1.00 per bottle.
Sold by V. T. McCroskey.
Ruedy'e vinegar is the beet by 30
GEO. L. CORNELIUS
AUTOMOBILE AND BICYCLE HOSPITAL
Repairing ot all kinds.
Opp. Main Street School OOLFAX
M c t fa od s
This Seal Guarantees Puro
Patronize the " Modern Dealer"
odern Confectionary Co., Kfrs., Portland, Oregon
to do your Watch, Clock and
Jewelry repairing. All 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.
) In Standard Old Line Company.
H. E. FUNSTON
| ROSALIA - - WASHINGTON
Time Is Money!
X 3, 33. COTTERILI,
Lippitt Bltlg., Ground Floor
Any business entrusted to
my care will receive prompt
and careful attention.
Pullman State Bank Bldg.
]Nq~ O TIC ~p,T
Goods that have been under
water will not be sold to any
person without telling them
"W\ EL Lacev
Go to the Rescue.
Don't Wait Till It's Too
Late-Follow the Ex
ample of a Colfax
Rescue the aching back.
If it keeps on aching, trouble oomee.
Backache is kidney ache.
If you neglect the kidney*' warning,
Look out for urinary trouble—diabites.
This Colfax citizen will show you how to go
to the rescue.
Mrs. Louise Maurer, 505 N Main street,
Coltax, Wash., says: "For three years I
suffered from kidney trouble. My joints and
limbs swelled a great deal and I often found
Btooping an impossibility, owing to the pains
in my back. Being advised to try Doan's
Kidney Pills, I did so and the contents of
three boxes entirely relieved me. I am glad
to give this remedy my endorsement."
For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents.
Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, New York, sole
agents for the United States.
Remember the name- Doan'a—and take no
Made promptly at reasonable
| rates. Write or call for particu
lars and references.
HETHERINGTON & REICHERS
820 Pauisen Bldjr., SPOKANE, WASH.
Piles! Piles! Piles!
"Vn illiams' Indian Pile Ointment will cure
; Blind, Bleeding and Itching Piles. It ab
j Borbs the tumors, allays itching at once,
acts as a poultice, gives instant relief.
Williams' Indian Pile Ointment is pre
pared for Piles and itching- of the private
parts. Druq-srists. mail 50c and $1.00.
j WILLIAMS MFG. CO., Props.. Cleveland. Ohio
For sale at V. T. McCro«kpy's drug store
It will pay you to read Uazttte Ads.
COLFAX GAZETTE, COLFAX, WASHINGTON, OCTOBER 14, 1910.
Don't be negligent about your Eypb — !
jareleaHueps only means future trouble j
and decline in Hunt Arrest the trouble
t>y having a perfect fitting pair of glasses.
The Correct fitting of Glasses together \
with our price, means rplief and comfort
to you \ graduate Optician here at
Shirkey & Glaser
Jewelers and Graduate Opticians
At the Sign of the Street Clock.
For the very best in
Always Go to
The Pucker Studio
Via the clean, comfortable
INLAKD ELECTRIC TRAINS
One fare and a third, with minimum
of $1.00. Sale dates Nov. 13 to 18,
inclusive, with return limit Nov. 21.
Exhibitor's Rates: One fare and a
third, certificate plan. Tickets on
sale good going Nov. 7 10 inclusive.
Final return limit Nov. 21.
ASK THE INLAND AGENT
FUTJIT Hi I
arc at their best, and we
have the best. Our store
is also headquarters for
In both of which lines we
carry the best that money
can buy. Call and see.
"The Old Reliable Store" j
Phone Main 131
no Main St. COLFAX
"The Line For Comfort"
Electric fans for hot weather
Steam heat for cold weather
Elt-ctric lights in every car and berth
All .hint and dirt removed by ELEC
TRIC VACUUM CLEANERS, the
only sanitary way.
The best dining car service on earth.
No* one. but every item on tne menu
card a specialty. Anytbiug you want at
any time you want it. The table rate©
are low —lower than in most cafes in
our own cities.
We now offt-r to the public the popular
west bound colonist iates to lhi« city
from St. l'aul. Minneapolis, Omaha,
Kansas City and intermediate points $25.
St. Louis. |S2 00. Chicago, ?33 00, and
any other point proportionately low.
Prepaid tickets accepted without ad
ditional charge. Be sure to have your
ticket read via The Great Northern
Railway. See your local agent or write
J. J. SCHERR, T. P. A., 701 Riversid<\
Spokane, Wash., or W. A. ROSS, A. G. P.
A., King St. Station, Seattle, Wash.
NOTICE TO TAX PAYERS
Notice is hereby given to the tax payers of
Whitman county, state of Washington, that at
a regular meeting of the Board of County Com
missioners held on Monday, October 3, 191i>. tbe
following estimate of receipts and expenditures
for Whitman county during the year 1911. was
made by the Board of County Commissioners
and the Auditor.
The estimates based largely on receipts and
expenditures of the fiscal year from January 1,
1909. to December 31. 1900, as follows-
Fees from various county offices % 12.r?23 SO
Licences (all except marriage) 352 00
Interest on bank deposits g
Fines 1.519 15
Sales of estray stock 308 15
Accrued interest on delinquent taxes. 8.526 92
if county property 1.140 (0
Bounties from the state i
Miscellaneous 193 62
Total I 8.840 X
Received from taxes 85.068 46
Total receipts $116,909 43
Rebate on taxes $ 6.708 36
Auditor and deputies' salaries 5,32! 46
Copyists 4.533 -1
(MBce expenses — 1 .tiue 00
Auditor's cheeking 1,317 66
■ (.488 22
Assessors deputy and clerks'salary I -
I Field deputies "... 8.77454
j Ottlee expense
■ Treasurer, deputy and clerks 000 »1
j Office expense
- ■ see si
: and deputies' salary
Office expense " ->i•>(■•>
Traveling expense and livery hire-...
Prosecuting Attorney and deputy's
salary | g.tSB 27
Office expense 878 ?a
Traveling expense and livery hire
County superintendent and deputy's
! Hilary ; 3.101 60
, Office expense ao 31
j Tra\ cling expense ::;:, 53 '
I Institute work 14] 41)
Eighth grade examination ..... . 103 52
I 4.451 38
! Engineer and deputies salary — .....J 3
i office expense 200 15
Field work and livery hire :;:;, in
Clerk and deputy's salary ..* 3.v« 25
Office expense \m 711
County Commissioners' salary $ i
Office and traveling expense 685 85
? 8,085 01
Coroner's salary f 790 y-2
Office expense 75 90
Extension of taxes f 2,104 m
Tax records 641 37
Collection of taxes 123 4!
$ 2.869 05
Judge and court stenographer's
salary $ 3.13130
Bailiff's salary ise 0
Witnesses 975 X)
Jurors 8,663 7,,
Board of jurors .:; 10
Insanity cases 307 ..
Miscellaneous expense 324 r:>
I 7.625 €5
Justice fees I 217 to
Constables, fees , . 70 30
Jury fees 56 20
, Witness fees 229 00
$ r/7\! 30
County physician's salary & 1.200 00
, Expense g 50
I 1.208 50
I Janitors' salary * 1,675 95
Boarding prisoners $ 855 00'
Miscellaneous expense 112 40
$ 967 10
Expense $ 132 95
Fuel 920 65
Lights 855 95
Water :>.-,» 55
Telephone 797 35
Furniture and hxtures 1,350 53
Repairs and alterations. .. 2,37* 7 s
Insurance 1 ..> 1 00
I 8,274 76
County Poor Farm
Superintendent and cook's salary $ goo 00
La t>or :',■> j 5
I>rv goods anil groceries 934 53
Hardware 59 55
Drugs — 6 60
Fuel |52 25
Feed 11T ."►.»
Furniture and fixtures r,t 2">
Miscel laneous 200 00
Keal estate 7,108 00
1 9,860 83
Cesn paid * 1,763 00
Fuel ■>:< 1:,
Dry troods and siroceries :!24 21
Railroad fan; 492 70
Burial expenses 2:1000
Hospital nursintr 2,163 00
County nurse, salary and ex]>ense 979 52
Miscellaneous 140 50
St;ite board of accountancy | .)!ir 25
Advertising and stationery :,- 80
Bounties on wild animals 786 50
outside charitable institutions 540 00
1 ounty printing ; >> 1 r
Repairs on Court Hoese 7.021 03
County Fair, etc :,:,' 1 00
Miscellaneous 2:; 95
$ 10.320 00
Total disbursements. Currant ex
pense 110.121 81
To cover overdraft of 1910 5,000 00
H15.124 :;i !
Road and Bridge Fund
Receipts — $ 321 70
i Amount from taxes 60.640 40
Total receipts $ 60.962 10
Disbursements 61.809 >7
To cover overdraft of 1910.. 10,000 00
Amount to be raised 1910. Total.. .$ 71,809 S7
Receipts from taxes.
Koad District 1 J 19.1
Road District :i 8,054 35
Road District ) 5,218 55
Koad District 5 1.953 19
Road District 6 2,(
Road District 7 3.011 95
Road District 8 1,536 75
Koad District 9 1,503 60
i H 55
Road District 1 $ 17.668 67
Koad District ?, t
Koad District 1 9,419 71
Koad District 5 2.419 10
Koad District 6 4.080 85
Koad District 7 2,664 55
Koad District 8 1.924 25
Koad District 9 1,950 53
$ 47.59:5 52
An estimate of 3 mills for each district is con
sidered necessary to raise the amount required
Indigent Soldiers* Fund
During the fiscal year of 1909 there
was received from taxes f 54^ 59
Paid out during the year 415 35
Balance on hand 1,(577 p^
A minimum levy of H mill is required by law
for this fund.
County Horticultural Fund]|
Chapter 135. Section 63. Laws of 1909
estimate by Deputy Horticultural
Commissioner ,f 2,307 00
Under the 1909 Session laws, we are
authorized to levy a sum equal to
110.00 to each child of school age in
The County Supe^ntendent's report
shows the number of children to be 10.347
Therefore the estimated amount to
be raised for the County School
Fund will be 1103.470 00
The total valuation of Whitman
County for 1910 is 137,881.858 00
The amount required by the State is 1»5,3C7 Cl j
To raise this would require a levy of
about 4 9-10 mills
To raise the amount required by the
County funds, including- Indigent
Soldiers' and Horticultural Funds
will require a levy of about 7 n.;
making a total for the State and
County levy 12 mills.
In accordance with the provisions of Chanter '
138, Section 1, Session Laws of [909. the Board I
of Commissioners of Whitman County will hold
a hearing on Monday, the 17th of October at'
Ten o'clock A. M. at which time they will listen
to any complaints to be made by voters on the
1910 estimate for fixing the County tax levy.
The Board of County Commissioners of Whit
By Wm. M. Duncan.
Auditor and Ex-offlcio Clerk of Board.
G. W. Lame & Co.
Eeal Estate, Loans and
Xo. 330 — 176 acres 1 \ miles from Thornton, all in cultiva
tion, watered by three fine springs, on two county roads, land
lays extra good. One of the finest farms in Whitman county.
Price $67.50 per acre.
Xo. 353 —160 acres l\ miles from Albion, all in cultivation,
watered by springs, fair buildings, on county road. Has R. F.
D. and telephone. Price $70.00 per acre.
We have buyers for bargains and
bargains for buyers.
Colfax and Spokane, Washington.
The Canadian Pacific
Have established an office in Spokane, Wash., for the sale of their
Alberta Wheat Lands
The agent in charge is empowered to give cheap railroad fare to
Their Wheat Lands are Selling
for $10 to |15 Per Acre
on long time railroad contracts. C. P. R. land salesmen leave Spokane
every Monday, Tuesday and Thursday. For information call or write
Canadian Pacific Railroad Co
G. A. TANCEY & CO., General Agents
618 Riverside Aye. SPOKAXK, WASH.
Hay, Grain, Feed of all Kinds
Inland Milling & Feed Company
2.4 Mill Street Colfax. Wash.
We will sell at public auction at the P. M. Sbeahan vlace *t Th™ «■
Wanhinston, on TUESDAY, OCT. 18. the following SeiriSdproirt™'
No. 17313 weight 1900; 1 black mare. "Maid.^ lnm w^nflC'V^'''
Mand" ha« 5 mnn<h- old enM hv rife Ahnve mW(( a" hTed to a FrnJh* i"^
btjuaon; 2 Rjfc »«ftl*Wtt 1800 aud 1700; 1 .orrel umre weight T^o 1
gelding, weight 1400; 1 brown gei.ling. weight 1450- 1 hay ™l,lir • v' , Krav
brown geldiDK, weight 1150; l Bpan g K ray wl7],n« weight-non.? gf "^ Us°; X
weight 1400; 1 span drivers, w^ll matched, weight 24C0 wel*nt 1 bay horse,
FARM IMPLEMENTS-1 Z\ truck wagon and rack- 1 3-inch hi^h »h i
with box; 1 mower and rake; 1 hack; 9 eet Mod work hVn » 7 52, heel wag<m
rangplowe; 1 harrow; 1 10-inch new walking plow f l«Tnoh n $?' * Ui°Ch
H inch Bain wa ?? n with rack; 1 3 inch M fi n w S frill V^V ftZ>J
disc Superior drill; 1 8-foot double disc Cutaway weedEr- 1 nl n***? double
range good a« new, and oth-r articles too numeroua to mention Comfort ateel
TERMS OF SALE-All Burae of $20 and under ca«h' On n
?20 time will be given until October 1, 1911 on noSi nf « 118 Over
ity bearincr interest at the rate of 8 per cent FiJeSrLW" 1 BeCar"
be allowPd on purchases of graded Btock Specia terme S™ 61 ™™* wi"
stock if deuired. terme given on registered
Free lunch at noon. Sale begins at 10 a m
P. H. Sheahan 4 F. R. Warnock
Owners of above property
L. STROBEL, Auctioneer
Colfax State Bank'
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS, $61,000.00
E SOLICIT YOUR ACCOUNT and guarantee prompt
" and courteous treatment. Our motto: "Satisfaction
to customers as the only basis for a permanent business."
4 per cent interest paid on time deposits.
J. A. PERKINS E. K. HANNA EDWIN C BAIRn
President V. President Cas hL