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FROM COUNTY'S BOOKS
List of Instruments Filed for
Record in a Week.
Gov. Patents and lleoeipts
United States to Alvin W. Peer, sh
neq, nh seq 14-16-40, patent.
Mary Paffeuroth to to Frank Foy
et u.\, lot 1», blk,l, 2nd add, Elber
Geo. 1». Brown and wife to C. H.
Lugbehn, neq 13-20-45, except,
Ed Harpole and wife to Spokane <fc
Inland E tup ire R. R. Co., tract in
wh seq 32-17-43, 11.
Thomas Warwick and wife to Dan
iel Hay, tract in 10 20-46, 627,586.
L. W. Robinson and wife to John
A. Jones et al. lots 4, 5, 6, 7, blk 16,
Main street extension to Pullman,
Marshall C. Handley and wife to
James F. Collier, neq 7, nwq nwq 8,
tract in seq 6, all in 15-45, $15,325.
Eleanor Frick to Charles H. Boat
ri^ht, all lots 3, 4, blk 8, original
town of St. John, 81500.
Eldridge Champlin and wife to
Margaret Ni< hols, lots 2, 3 of 21-14
John Kroll and wife to Edward
Krueger, neq 27-IG-42, agreement,
A. B. Peterman and wife to J. G.
Tagae, sh eeq neq 22, eh nwq 23
P. M. Standard to 11. M. Cliam
bere, nh nwq 22-15-44, neq nwq, nh
neq, neq seq 21-15-44, lease.
Jas. H. McCroskey and wife to
Virgil T. MoCroakey, ptG-17-4 4, 810.
State of Washiugton to Jno. Quist
et al, seq 36-14-45, 84144.
Herbert K. Oliver and wife to Jno.
P. Hioks, tract in 33-18-45, 81.
Peter Taylor and wife to Thos. J.
Rhoads, sh uwq, lota 3, 4 of 2-10
E. C. Perry and wife to Charley
Johuaou, lots 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14,
nh lots 15, IG, blk 3, St. John,
Nancy Ellen Hull to Xels Erik&en,
swq 28-19 41, 88000.
Chas. T. Benner aud wife to Juo.
Staeokle, pt nwq 19-15-41, 82475.
Cha9. T. Beuner to Jno. Stueckle,
sw([ 18-15-41, S7OOO.
Jno. Stueokle aud wife to Chas. T.
Benuer, pfc wh ueq 19-15-41, $2025.
Carl Strutz and wife to Chas. T.
Beuner, wli wh seq 19, except, pt 19
Cieo. Paffenroth and wife to Conrad
Luft, lots 1, 2, blk 2, Brown's add,
A. ,T. Smith and wife to W. O*
Palmer, lot 12, blk 3, Pine City,
C. A. Persons and wife to C. L.
Turner, lots 7, 8, blk 44, Maideu,
F. L. Dereberry and wife to O. E.
Eddy, lot 8, blk 8, resurvey of Step
Albert Wen ham and wife to E. M,
Hazen, lota 7, 8, 9, blk 11, Farr's
3rd add, Pullman, 14300.
Cyrus B. Henderson et ux to Ar
thur L. Heglar, tract in neq 118-40,
Moody F. Jordan aud wife to Geo.
W. Case, Jr., wh 17-18-40, 81600.
Geo. W. Cane, Jr. and wife to
Cyrus B. Hendersou, wh 17-18-40,
A. E. Black aud wife to Noah B.
Hunsperger, lots 1, 2, blk 7, Fisher's
add, Pmloaae, 81900.
Mrs. X. L. Jacobs and husband to
Jared Fisher, swq neq, lot 2 of G-IG
R. J. Favor et ux to J. J. Thiel,
lot 8, Squires vt Gaddis .-übdivisioa
of lots 4, 5, 6., 7, blk 2, Lawrence
ft Holbrook's add, Pullman, 82150.
A. C. Bunnell et ux to Kate Frown
felter, lot 8, blk 5, Farmington
F. J. Mahouey et ux to B. J. Ellis,
pt seq 9-20-45, 84800.
J. J. Thiel et ux to Jno. Melvin,
lot 8, Squires & Gaddia' subdivision
of lots 4, 5, 6, 7, blk 2, Lawrence &
Holbrook's add, Pullman, 82400.
Geo. ML Carey et ux to Leonard
Strobel, pt neq 14-IC-43, 81.
J. W\ Malholland et ux to M.
Ogle, lots 17, 18, blk 9, Rosalia
Chas. Brooks et ux to J. W. Mul
hollaud, lots 18, 17, blk 9, Rosalia,
Willie Lee Frazier to Jesse A.
Wood, seq 28-17-42, 8600.
Geo. A. Howard and wife to Elias
A. Walker, lots 3, 4, blk 82, W. F.
Simpson's add, Garfield, 8245.
Chas. M. Hereford et ux to Jno.
W. Springs, pt nwq 29, pt neq 30-19
W. B. James to Theressa Colvin,
tract in Colfax, 865.
B. C. Richardson to Ethel M.
Riehardsou, tract in Oakesdale
Robt. J. Park et ax to Jno. H. Say
les, et al, eh seq, eh neq 34, nwq 35
--18-39, bond for deed, $9600.
Clyde W. Hutchinson et ax to Cy-
COLFAX GAZETTE, COIF AX, WASHINGTON, NOVEMBER 11, 1910.
rns W. Grove et al, swq 26-16-40,
M. E. Thomas et ux to W. 11. James,
ah neq, lot 2 of 6-14-38, £1300.
Evelyn Dyson to Luella Seward,
lots 2, 3, swq neq, seq nwq 4-10-41,
seq 33-20-41, 1400.
Cyrus E. Averill et ux to Homer
L. Rouee, 1-2 interest in lots 3, 4,
tract in Gaitield, 61.
Elizabeth J. Rutherford to Robert
Rutherford, tract in 20-19-45, 61.
P. L. Hampton et ax to W. C
Turner, lot 2, Secrest's add, Oakes
Mary B. Wills to Pullman Savings
& Loan Ass'u., lot 11, nh lot 10,
blk 33, Pullman, 8300.
Theo Waraeke and wife to Farmers
State Bank of Unioutowu, swq, wh seq
C. T. Xorris and wife to Farmers
State Bank of LJniontown, pt 6-12
Louisa B. Bosoruworth and husl)and
to Marta A. Winslow et al, lots 5, 6,
7, 8, blk 34, Farmington, $100.
Leota A. Rowe and husband to Pa
oitic Bldg. & Loan Ass'n., lots 11,
12, blk 6, McCroakey'a add, Gar
Oscar J. Swift to S. R. Warwick,
lots 3, 4 of section 30-20-45, $1500.
Oacar J. Swift to Sarah E. Truax,
lots 3, 4 of 30-20-45, 11000.
William H. Widiok and wife to In
ternational Mtg. Bank, uh neq 24-17
John A. Jones et al to Pullman
State Bank, lots 4, 5, 6, 7, blk 16,
Main street extension to Pullman,
Sarah C. Cole and husband to A.
C. Pntchard, lot 2, Handle's resur
vey of lot 11, MoGee's subdivision of
seq 32-15-45, 85000.
E. Moody llazen and wife to P ill
man Savings & Loan Ass'n., lot 4,
blk 11, I'arr's 3rd add, Pullman,
tract in lot 3, blk 11, 81600.
Michael Kroll and wife to U. L.
Ettin^er, eh 31-16.-43, neq 1-15-42,
Juo. Quiet et al to Rosiua B. Root,
aeq 3G-14-45, 82000.
Christian I). Luecken and wife to
Herman Tarks, sh eeq 1-17-40,
seq Dwq, ueq swq lots 5, 6, of 6-17
Nela Erickeen and wife to Thos.
Stewardson, Bwq 28-19-41, 81000.
Thos. J. Rhoads and wife to Peter
Taylor, sh nwq, lots 3, 4 of 2-19-41,
Thoa. J. Rhoads and wii'e to Thos.
Stewardson, seq 32-19-41, 83000.
Arthur R. Swift and wife to First
Savings & Trust Bank of Whitman
county, lots 3, 4, eh swq 31-17-43,
Jno. Stueckle and wife to First
Savings & Trust Bank of Whitman
county, swq 18-15-41, 82500.
Chas. T. Beuner and wife to First
Savings & Trust Bank of Whitman
county, wh \vh aeq, pt 19-15-41,
Chas.T. Benner aud wife to First
Savings & Trust Bank of Whitman
county, pt wh neq 19-15-41, nwq,
except, 19-15-41, 83000.
Margaret Nichols and husband to
Eldridge E. Champliu, lots 2, 3 of
C. Jtl. Langbehn and wife to Geo.
D. Brown, neq 13-20-45, 810,000.
E. M. Hazpn and wife to Jas. Wen
ham, lots 7, 8, 9, blk 11, Faif's 3rd
add, Pullman, 82500.
Samuel H. Perkins and wife to
Chas. E. Seriber, neq 18-14-40,
Chas. Durant and wife to Tekoa
State Bank, lot 4, blk 2, Huffman's
add, Tekoa, lots 2, 3, blk 11, Tekoa,
Jno. Stueckle and wife to Win.
Gaake, pt nwq 19-15-41, uwq 7 15
--41, seq glB-15-41, pt neq i 9-15-41,
Barbara Stueckle to Julius Guske,
neq, eh aeq 7-15-41, nh 17-15-41, pt
nwq 17-15-41, 83500.
Phillipp Broeckel, Jr., and wife to
Julius Uuske, wh aeq 7-15 41, neq
18 15-14, swq 17-15-41, tract in nh
Cyrus B Henderaon and wife to
Jno. F. Stubbe, wh 17-18-40, $600.
I. N. Horton to Pacific Loan & In
vestment Co., Ltd., seq 28, seq nwq,
eh swq, &wq swq 34-16-40,
Noah B. Hunspergerand wife to A.
L. Maxwell, lots 1, 2, blk 7, Fish
er's add, Palouee, 81500.
Jno. Melvin et ux to Pullman Sav
ings & Loau Ass'n., lot 8, Squires "&
Gaddis subdivision of lota 4, 5, 6, 7,
blk 2, Lawrence &, Holbrook's add]
Bart Cook et ax to Ohas. B. Flynn,
Jno. V. Goss to E. 0. Johnson, nh
neq 12-17-44, $2500.
Jas. W. Freeman et ux to Belle
Miller, tract in 29-18-41, tract in
Jno. W. Springs et ux to Gaston
Billioux, pt nwq 29, pt neq 30-19
Alfred H. Lyman et ux to Edna
L. Kerns, sh nwq, lots 3, 4 of 1-17
C. A. Hood to X. W. McGee, eh
seq, swq eeq 6, neq neq 7-13-44.
Conrad Loft et ux to First Savings
& Trust Bank'of Whitman county, eh
eh 3-15-41. seq 34-16-41, 13000
W. C. Turner et ux to F. L. Hamp
ton, lot 2, Secrest's add, Oakesdale,
W. G. Dodson to Hun tie; Merc.
Co., 180 C bushels wheat on nh 2-18
W. G. Dodson to Anthony Schu
macher, livestock, 6747.
S. E. Walker to Jas S. Chase,
Geo. Schierman to Butler Supply
Co., livestock, 656.
P. S. Paige to First National Bauk
of Pullman, livestock, crop on E. F.
Crawford land, $,'557.
L. N. Wade to Ben bow & Strain et
al, livestock, machinery, etc., 81442.
W. 11. Branch to C. E. Hcover,
F. H. Endsley to R. M. Ryan,
H. H. Conover to Robt. Dericks,
Mort Homer to Colfax State Bank,
George Schireman to Clark & Eaton
Co., crop and machinery, 6332.
Earnest Raymond to Colfax Na
tional Bank, crop, livestock, mchy.,
James L. I.owry to Walter Davis,
S. B. Shields to W. S. Tmbler,
Adam Bafua to Colfax State Bank,
livestock, machinery, $500.
Earl W. Etter to First National
Bauk of Kitzville, 2-3 crop on wh 25
--18-40, nwq 30-18-40, sh 31-18-40,
P. W. Burns to Mustard Bros.,
livestock, crop on sh nwq, nh swq 6
F. E. Wilhelm to Farmers State
Bank of Colfax, livestock, 6300.
J. W. Miller to Albion State Bank,
livestock, 2-3 crop on seq 315-44,
Hugh Fenton to Jos. \V. Beck, |
J. E. Clemens to H. X. Clemens,
liTctttock, implements, machinery.
2-3 crop on 11 14-38, 88505.
S. G. Wendover to Butler Supply '
Co., livestock, 6200.
A. G. Jones to Butler Supply Co.,
L. A Bonney to A. Eccles, crop
on sh, sh nh 2G 14-37, livestock,
Earl W. Etter to Adams County
Merc. Co., wagon, etc., 6*329.
Hetty B. Corey to A. 11. Averill j
Mchy. Co., threshing outfit, 83085.
Dan Heifer to C. lmhoff, live
A. E LiuvaM to Pullman State j
Bank, livestock, 81200.
A. E. Linvall to Pullman State
Bank, crop on nwq 30-15-45, SI2OU. ;
Lee Hughes et ux to Davis & Bas- i
sett, livestock, 8200.
Jno. Rexford to Colfax National !
Bank, 2-3 crop on se^i 17, uh neq 20
--16-43, livestock, 6969.
J. P. Hagamau to R. B. Gaine3,
trustee, livestock, 200 bushels wheat
on 16-1841, 61200.
Wm. M. Wileman to Jno. Ellwart,
livestock, etc, $300.
For Coughs end CoSds
Troubled with a cough? A hard cold, bronchitis, or some
chronic lung trouble? There is a medicine made for just
these cases—Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. Your doctor knows
all about it. Ask him what he thinks of it. No medicine
can ever take the place of your doctor. Keep in close
touch with him, consult him frequently, trust him fully.
NoalcchoHn t>.h? cough medicine. J^A^C^JLowellM^.
Ayer's Pills. Sugar-c L. Act directly on the liver. Gently laxa
live. Dose, only one pili. Sold for nearly sixty yea:-?. Ask your doctor about them
The Even Heat Makes All
Cole's Original Hot Blast Heater is so perfect in construc
tion that fire and heat keeps all night, even with cheapest
soft coal. When the draft is opened in the morning the fuel
put in the night before will burn for two or three hours.
No other stove will give these results —fire never goes
out and the rooms are kept at even temperature day and night.
COLE'S HOT BLAST-for Hard Coal-
The perfect control of the drafts, the slow economical
combustion and the large, sensitive, radiating surface makes
it the most economical and best Hard Coal stove made.
Cole's Hot Blast is the modern heater and will save its
cost in fuel every winter. Burns Soft Coal, Slack, Lignite,
Hard Coal, Wood and lighter fuel.
Select the size you want now while stock is complete.
Price $12.00 T7* T> T> A O'O/^T T See the name
•W and site. COLFAX, WASH. loi^e "oir.
R. L. Talbott to H. R, McNeil,
Geo. W. Wileon to R. \V. Hargrave,
J. A. Tull et al to A. L. Heglar et
al, livestock, machinery, 1000 bush
els wheat on 36-19-40, 12000.
Wm. Childers and wife to R. B.
Games, 300 bushels wheat on uwq 12
J. B. Smith to Schuster Bros., live
Ollie Stover and wife to Wm.
Wiley, livestock, implements, pt
crop on neq 23-18-41, seq 15-18-41,
Joe East to Colfax State Bank, 1-2
crop on eeq 31, wh swq 32-17-43, pt
crop on eh 9wq, \vh seq 4-16-43, irn
piemeuts, etc., 6500.
(Co'itin' ed on page 7)
A Horrible Accident
that may happen to one i* no worse
than a severe attack of rheumatism. If
suffering with rheumatism no matter
how slight or serious, you cannot find a
better remedy than Ballard'w Snow Lin
iment. Cures cuts, sprains, bruises,
rheumatism and neuralgia in a hurry.
Try it! Price 25c, 50c and $1.00. Soid
by V. T. McCroekey.
Oregon--The Last Call of the West.
By Walter V. Woehlke. B°autifu!!y
illustrated in four colors in November
Sunset Magazine. Now on sale at all
news stands, 15 cents.
Stops earache in two minutes; tooth
ache or pain of burn or scald in five
minutes; hoarseness, one hour; muscle
ache, two hours; pore throat, twelve
hours—Dr. Thomas' Electric Oil, mon
arch over pain.
J. B. Brown sells the famous Aer
moter, the be«t windmill* in the world.
Phone Red 1521.
To Assist Neighbor St. Lawrence.
We, the Neighbors of Royal Camp No.
110. W. O. W., respectfully ask you to
assist us in a worthy caup>e One of our
esteemed neighbors, who is a very de
serving man and also r very loyal
Neighbor, blind and onr min-ician, has j
entered the Spokesman Review content,
and we »ire anxious to see him win be ■
cause he needs it, and bj the assistance
of the vßri* us Camps v*e can push him
to the front and win Three months'
subscription to the Review mean*! 750 I
votes, h!x months" 2000, aud one year
5000 votes, and every coupon cot out (
of the paper ms'snu one vote Now yon
can nil HH^iHt Neighbor Xt Lawrence by
giving him your subscription giving
him your coupons. Yoa can- deposit
your subscription money with the e!erk
of your Camp or send it direct (o J H. j
at Lawrence, Colfax, Washington. Now |
let un all give this worth; Neighbor a !
good nenr!-r>ff Thin appeal is also made j
to the general i ablic Fraternally yours,
Thomas Oliver, clerk.
If you haven't the time to exercise)
arly, Doan's Rek-ulern will prevent [
constipation. They induce a mild, easy, \
healthful action of tbe bowels without
griping. A«k your druggist for them, j
Fruit Farm for Sale.
I offer for sfila my farm of 160 acrps j
on Snake river, nx Ilia. 8 ".pres of this
farm is now in peach* grapes and i
60 acres plow litnd, balance good pae- ;
ture. An ideal fruit, poultry, hog and i
dairy ranch Price $6000 Will take
house and lot in some good town as j
part payment at a price not to exceed !
$1500, I'nrt cash and hnlance on long '
time. Ad-Irf kp all lettprs to
J. M. BuRFORD, Flia. 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
Coliax, Wash. Phone Main 1271
National Apple Show
WILL BE HELD
November 14 to 19, 1910
$20,000 IN PREMIUMS
The greatfHt vnriety of prizes, cups hdiJ trophies ever offered. E'rizeH for
single applen, boxen and everything Hp to full carloads
will be awarded
81000 Championship Carload Prize
For the best carload of 630 boxes or bunh^ls. A floor space of three and
one-half ncree required to hou«e thiH j?rpat nhow. Beridca the
exhibit of apple*, apple growers, packers and cookers
will leurn and gain valuable information.
Ample hotel accommodations without raiße in price will be provided.
The Oregon Railroad & Navigation Co.
Will have iv t fleet low round-trip fares from all points on its lines.
For furtbi r information ftpply ro any f). R. & \. agent or to
WM. MeMURRAY, u^-m v^m^r y gPn t
G. W. Lame & Co.
Eeal Estate, Loans and
No. 330 —376 acres l£ 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.
No. 355—i60 acres i£ miles from Albion, all in cultivation,
watered by springs, fair buildings, on county road. Has R. FJ
D. and telephone. Price $70.00 per acre.
We have buyers for bargains and
bargains for buyers.
Colfax and Spokane, Washington.
Grand View Addition
Is now on the market, in lots, acre tracts, also 5 and 10 acre
tracts, with abundance of pure water, good wide streets easy
grades and only from 800 to 3000 feet from Main street of
the city of Colfax, Wash.
When you stop and think, our farthest lot or tract is only
a fewjeet more than a half mile from the business center of
this city, you will then realize the value of this splendid ad
dition. Easy terms and right prices to purchasers
Colfax Investment Company
G. "W. LARTTE & CO., Agents w