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FROM COUNTY'S BOOKS
List [of Instruments Filed for
Record in a Week.
Got. Patents and Receipt*
United States to Thos. Warwiok,
gwq 24-20-45, patent.
United States to Richard Hamblen,
eeq 26-18-40, patent.
United States to Albert Gueke, eeq
Ernest Dexter and wife to Samuel
Taylor, pt aeq 5-18-45, leaae.
Jno. H. Repp and wife to Henry
Repp, swq 26 18-41, $7000.
Jno. DeYoung and wife to Wm. C.
DeYouDR, pt wh neq 20-19-43, $3000.
C. A. Martin and wife to W. O.
Honn, tract in wb 20-17-40, SIBOO.
I. X. Waggoner and wife to Isaac
S. Miller, lot 11, blk 64, Samuel
Simpeon'B add, Garfield, 8800.
Abby L. Hull to Jno. L. Riobarda,
lot 12, blk 2, Emily W. Hull's add,
Wm. M. Daniels to Nathan M.
Kagon, eb nwq 32-16-45, $5000.
Eva L. Ford to Jas. A. Ford, eh
nwq, wh ewq 15-14-45, $1.
Jas. A. Ford to Eva L. Ford, lot
12, blk 7, lots 11, 12, blk 4, Law
rence & Hoi brook's add, Pullman,
G. W. Larue & Co. to I. M, Baker,
pt sh nwq 16-19-43, 84118.
Wm. A. Holden*nd wife to 0. E.
Jennings, eh eh swq 23-14-45,
Milwaukee Land Co. to Thos. A.
Clawsnn, lots 10, 11, blk 23, Mal-
Philip Kleweno to Peter M. Cole,
eh 26, eh 35-18-10, agreement,
Effle B. A. Clare et al to Alice
A. Q. Peterson, sh nwq, nh nh swq
12-15 44, 61.
Etfie B. A. Clare et al to Frederick
P. Peterson, seq 11-15 44, SI.
r Etfle B. A. Clare et al to Laureua
S. Huff, seq 27-14-44, 11.
Effie B. A. Clare et al to Soren S.
Peterson, eh neq, nh seq, tract in 14
Ettie B. A. Clare to Bessie P. Pe
terson, sh swq, dh nh swq 12-15-44,
Frederick P. Peterson et al to Ettie
B. A. Clare, nh neq, seq neq, neq
eeq 2215-44, except, 81.
Uailway Land & Improvement Co.
to Thos. E. Shaughnessy, lot 12, pt
lot 11, blk 22, resurvey of Steptoe,
Jaß. E. Smith and wife to \V. R.
Prowell, lots 7, 8, blk 4, Prescott &
Perkins' Riverside add, Colfax, 810.
Samuel C. Armstrong arfd wife to
Samuel M. Strickler, tract in nh swq
W. W. Johnson and wife to Pearl
R. Henkle, lot 8, Monroe street
add, Pullman, 81900.
Henry B. Harvey and wife to E. T.
Hall, nh 9-17-43, 11.
Milwaukee Land Co. to Arta H.
Winn, lot 10, blk 10, Maiden, 8300.
Miriam Harlan to Cbas. Harlan,
21-20-41, sh seq 20-20-41, sh nwq,
swq ueq, nwq seq 20-20-41, nwq
nwq, lots 1, 2 of 28-20-41, tract in
Clarence T. Arland to Alice J. Ar
land, nh lots 1, 2, 3, 4, blk 6, Alvin
Manring's add, Gartield, 8550.
G. B. Carter, sheriff, to Railway
Land A; Improvement Co., sh lot 4,
blk 26, resurvey of Steptoe, 8773.
Jno. T Mayfleld to Martisha May
rield, lota 2, 9, blk 1, Greif's add,
Harry Cornwell and wife to Sarah
M. Barnes, tract in 14-16-43, 81.
McGregor Land & Livestock Co. to
A. C. Hobbs and wife, all 15-13-37,
Jos. A. Wilkomm to H. Bitter, lot
4, blk 35, Maiden, 1700.
Xancy L. Ingram and husband to
Edw. D. Roberts, pt lot 1, blk 4,
Santford A. Mauriug's add, Garfleld,
Geo. Straohan and wife to Conti
neutal Life Insurance & In vestment
Co., pt 24-19-39, pt sections 18, 19
in 19-40, $19,000.
\V. O. Honn and wife to C. A.
Martin, pt wh 20-17-40, 8500.
Millard W. Zornes and wife to An
na Walls, wh neq, wb seq 28-17-39,
Wm. Allen Ingram and wife to
Pacific Bldß. & Loan Ass'n., lot 1
blk 14, Garfield, 1500.
Jno. Weitman and wife to H. C.
Hemingway, nwq 3-18-43, except
Arta EL Winn and wife to Farmers
A: Merchants State Bank of Maiden,
lot 10, blk 10, Maiden. 8300.
Fred 0. Henkle and wife to W.
W. Johnston, lot 8, Monroe street
add, Pullman, 6HOO.
Otto B. Smith and wife to Hether
ington & Riechers, eh nwq, lots 1, 2
of 18-18-40, $1000.
Alice E. Norcross and husband to
Potlatoh Lumber Co., lot 9, blk 5,
College Hill add, Tekoa, 8630.
Deinpsey S. Siler and wife to Sam-
COLFAX GAZETTE, COLFAX, WASHINGTON, DECEMBER 2, 1910.
uel H. Gale, pt sh swq 31-20 43,
Wm. Posch to M. E. Morosic and
husband, pt 6-20-46, 81350.
Sidney E. Huntley and wife to
Mechanics' Loan & Trust Co., sh 30
Jno. E. Boyer et al to Spokane &
Eastern Trust Co., all seotions 11,
13, seq 1014-38, 814,000.
Cyrus B. Henderson and wife to
Jane A. Case, wh wh 8-18-40, 8400.
Wm. H. Hughes to Samuel Brown,
pt neq swq, pt nwq seq, pt seq nwq,
pt swq neq 28-19 44, 84000.
Lloyd H. Palmer to Bank of Wi
nona, lots 9, 10, 11, blk 2, Catlett's
add, Winona, 8783.
C. H. Whiteman et al to Union
Trust Co. of Spokane, seotions 29,
31, pt section 32 in 15-39, 822,000.
Lafayette C. Miller and wife to
Western & Hawaiian Investment Co.,
Ltd., wh nwq, wh swq 34, all 27,
nwq, eh swq 21-15-40, 81000.
David Bradshaw to Farmers Im
plement Co., livestock, 8135.
W. A. Rickard to Pullman State
Bank, livestock, 886.
D. C. Green to Harvey & Regan,
livestock, 300 bushels wheat on neq
G. W. Wilson to C. S. Imhoff,
livestock, crop on nh seq 13 17-45,
H. S. Hull to J. J. Cowley, 2-3
crop on Jno. S. Inman ranoh, live
Clyde W. Green to Jane A. Case,
2-3 crop on nh neq 22-19-41, 870.
Clyde W. Green to Jas. I. Baker,
2-3 crop on neq neq 22-19-41, 8125.
Clyde W. Green to N.S. Ridenour,
2-3 crop on nwq neq 22-19-41, 8127.
D. C. Green et al to T. S. Morris,
100 bushela wheat ou seq 24-19-41,
Henry Chapman to Colfax State
| Bank, livestock, 2-3 crop on pt \vh 1
! 17-43, 81200.
Juo. McMurray to C. W. Kessler,
crop on pt sh 17-15-42, livestock,
Clyde W. Green to Wm. Stephen
sou, 2-3 crop on sh neq 22-19-41,
| . Chas. Spencer to Winona Trading
Co., livestock, 8133.
| r Harold D. Weitman to Samuel A.
Weitman, livestock, 8500.
C. E. Hansen to M. E. Fitzgerald,
; crop on pt 30-13-45, livestock, 8475.
Charley Hartley et al to Bank of
Winoua, livestock, 8289.
Elbert Trowbridge to Thaddeus A.
Stivers, real mtg.
T. Houchin to Hariette Francis*
Holland Bank to Louis J. Swau
nack, real mtg.
Commercial State Bank to Jno.
! Weitman, real mtg.
C E. Jennings to W. A. Holdeu,
First National Bank of Washtucna
to Alfred Eccles, real mtg.
Spokane Merchants As9*o. to E.
: P. MoNall, real mtg.
Spokane Merchants Ass'n. to M.
M. MoNall, real mtg.
A. J. Stone to G. W. Larue & Co.,
partial real mtg.
W. C. Morrow to Otto B. Smith
and wife, real mtg.
P. A. Carlon to D. S. Siler, real
Chas. L. Boyer et al vs. Eugene
Boyer, lis pendens.
Miriam Laweruce to Ichabod N.
Clark and wife, real mtg.
Mrs. H. L. Bardeen to Abigail L.
Bader, real mtg.
Xorhtwestern & Pacific Hypotbeek
bank to R. W. Thompson et ox, real
Pullman State Bank to W. A. Rick
Chas. B. Bucher to J. M. Crouch,
M. E. Fitzgerald to Geo. A. Mackie,
Union Trust Co. to C. H. White
man, real mtg.
J. D. Cummins to J. W. Queen,
Bills of Sale
W. C. Perkins to N. Williamson,
"I suffered habitually from constipa
tion Doan's R«gulet« relieved and
Htrpnpthened the bowels, bo that they
have bpen regular ever since."—A. E.
DnvitJ, grocer. Sulphur Springs, Texas.
Wood For Sale
iOo cords of i6-inch Pine Body
Wood at $5.50 per cord, on our
ranch 3 miles below Palouse City.
SARAH A. HUGHES.
GEO. L. CORNELIUS
AUTOMOBILE AND BICYCLE HOSPITAL
Repairing ot all kinds.
Opp. Main Street School COLFAX
In Standard Old Line Company. <
H. E. FUNSTON \
ROSALIA - - WASHINGTON \
Take The Gazette and get
your moneys worth.
Joakley— I understand there's consid
erable talk now in naval circles about
some orders that were forged very
Coakley—Aha! Another scandal, eh?
Joakley—Oh. no. They were orders
for some eight inch guns.
Out of Practice.
Mrs. Van Dauber (critically)— Poor
thing! This picture of Mrs" Smith
looks as if she hadn't a particle of
Van Dauber—She hasn't. Her hus
band lets tier have her own way in
everything without an argument.
The Middle Ages.
"Yes, my son." ■■—■-
"What are the 'middle ages?' "
"Why, the middle ages, my boy, are
the ones which when the women reach
they stop counting."— Yonkers States
What Beauty Is Called.
Socrates called beauty a short lived
tyranny; Pk*io, a privilege of nature;
Carneades, a solitary kingdom} Aris
totle, that it was better than all the
letters of recommendation in the
world; Homer, that it was a glorious
gift of nature.—Housekeeper.
To make oruinury paper imitate
parchment suuU it iv v basin uf water
mixed with sulphuric acid in the pro
portion vi oae io ten parts. Lei it be
come thoroughly saturated, then re
move gently and let dry. The paper
should be strong unlinid foolscap.
Onions and Lemons.
Two or liiix-e Linn suceg of lemon
eaten a Her partaking of onions will
entirely ueouoiize the breath, uu mat
ter how much ouiou has been eaten.
Eat the lemon, peeling and all, witb
eitber sugar or salt. The juice alone
does not tiuvu such a perfect effect.
Entitled to Charge.
"A professional man is paid for what
lie knuws, nut for what be dues."
"Then Uiat young lawyer ought to
get some tremendous fees."
"lie knows it all."—Louisville Cou
Close and Dear.
Little Willie—.Say, pa, what is the i
difference between a close friend and i
a dear friend V
Pa—A close friend, my sou, is one |
who will uot lend you money, while
a dear friend is one who borrows all \
you will stand for.—Chicago News.
The Coffee Plant's Friend.
In Colombia there is a tree highly
esteemed as a shade for the coffee
plant. It is found also in tropical lir:i
-zil and possesses qualities that make j
it peculiarly suited for this particular
use. It will live on a stony, poor soil, '
and a tree only eighteen months old
will shade 141 square yards of ground,
while when full grown it may be fifty
feet high and have a spread of fifty
feet on evorv «id<>
ONE WEAK SPOT
Most Colfax People Have a
Weak Part and Too Often
It's the Back.
Everybody has a weak spot.
Too often it's a bad back.
Twinges follow every sudden twist.
Dull aching keeps up, day and night.
Tells you the kidneys need help—
For backache is really kidney-ache.
A kidney oure is what you need.
Doan's Kidney Pills cure sick kidneys.
Cure backache and urinary ills.
Colfax people recommend the remedy.
E. Lake, of Colfax, Wash., says: "For
twenty years I was afflicted with kidney
trouble and I suffered intensely from pains in
the small of njy back, particularly when I
stooped or lifted. My back ached at night
and I was verytiervous and languid. I had \
headaches and dizzy spells and at times my i
sight became badly blurred. The kidney se
cretions annoyed me by their frequency in !
passage and whenever I caught cold it settled '
on niy kidneys, causing this weakness to be- |
come worse. Some time ago I used Doan's !
Kidney Pills and they relieved me imme- !
diately. lam glad to give this remedy my
For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents, i
Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, New York, sole !
agents for the United States.
Remember the name- Doan's—and take no
NOTICE TO ELECTORS.
This ia to certify that the following persons
are entitled to have their names placed upon
the election ballots for the offices as herfby
indicated to be voted upon at the municipal
election to be held December 0, 1910, for Col
William Lippitt, Citizens.
E. W. Weinberg, Law and Order.
For Councilman At Larj^e
E. R Barroll, Citi-ens.
H. Van Schoick, Law and Order.
For Councilman. First Ward
P. B. Stravens, Citizens.
J. J. Kneale, Law and Order.
For Councilman, Second Ward
Dr J FJoyd Tifft, Citizens.
J. O. Housekeeper, Law ami Order.
For Councilman, Third Ward
H. L. Plummer, Citizens.
E. H. Kirkland, Law and Order.
Howard Bramwell, Citizens.
H. G. DePledge, Citizens.
Edwin 0. Baird, Law and Order.
J. H. Sherfey, Citizens.
In witness whereof I have hereunto set my
hand and seal this 21st day of November, 1910.
are 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"
Phone Main 131
no Main St. COLFAX
For any special bargain in
I have a buyer. Money to loan in large
or small amounts.
RICHARD 11. IJFII>
102 Main rii. Colfax, Wash.
Fish & Poultry
OSBORN A CAIRNS
308 Main St. Phone Main 881
Freeh fir*b of ali kindu in season
Eastern and Sound Oysters
CRABS, CLAMS, SHRIMP,
GEESE, DUCKS and
Phone your order in.
Via the clean, comfortable
INLAPJD FLFCTREC TRAINS
One fan; auri a third, with minimum
of #1.00. Sale dates Nov. 18 to 18,
inclusive, with return limit Nov. 21.
Exhibitor's Rates: One fare and a
third, certificate plan. Tickets on
flale good going Nnv 17 10 inclusive.
Final return limit Nov 21.
ASK THE INLAND ACENT
SOO SPOKAXE ROUTE
AND ALL POINTS EAST
Equipment : Electric-lighted-
Observation Cars and Standard
Sleepers, the most up-to-date Tourist
Care and through diners.
Through tickets to all points eaet
are on sale by your local agent at
lowest current fares.
DETAILS BERTHS LITERATURE
G.M.JACKSON. GEO. A. WALTON,
Trar. Pass. Agt. Gen. Pass. Agt.
14 Wall St., Spokane
Goods that have been under
water will not be sold to any
person without telling them
We Haul Everything
Keed, Kipley & Co.
Express and Draymen
Office at Ripley Pharmacy
Phone Main 11
I FARMERS, ATTENTION! 1
XX 7 XX
XX We are now moved into our new location in the Mac- xx
XX . JX
XX Kenzie Building, opposite the postoffice, where we have xx
XX plenty of room, heat, chairs, government crop reports,
XX . XX
; xk daily papers, writing material, etc., and XX
|| We Kindly Invite You I
xx ** xx
xx , xx
XX when in town to make our office your headquarters. XX
XX. ' XX
XX We are also in the market and will pay you the high xx
iXX est cash price for your errain. Don't fail to see us before XX
XX 7 • XX
\' x^ selling. Phone Main 1271. xx;
XX ======================^================== XX
1 Whitman Realty Co. 1
xx MacKenzie Building COLFAX ill
x| Opposite Postoffice Wash.
xx . xx
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 and Wall Streets Coltax, Wash.
Christmas Holiday Excursion
CITY OF MEXICO
Southern Pacific Company
December 11th and 12th, 1910,
and San Francisco
December 14th, 1910.
A MAGNIFICENT SPECIAL TRAIN, consisting of observation car
Pullman Teetibuled ele^ping cars, smoking oar and dining car, will leave
3rd and Townsend streets, San Francisco, via the Coast Line.
The excursion is run under the auspices of the Southern Pacific, National
Linps of Mexico, International and Great Northern, G. H& S a h
Santa Fe. Round trip fare
$104.00 From Portland $104.00
Corresponding low rates from other O. R & Jf. aiH j g p points
Interesting side trips on the return trip, including the Grand Cnnvon
may be made. Final return limit 60 day* from date of *ale. Equipment
on this train will be limited atd no more passengers will be taken than can
be comfortably provided for.
For further information, details and beautifully illustrated booklet
"Mexico" call on any O. R. & N. or 8 P. ag^nf, or write to
WILLIAM McMURRAY m
General Passenger Agent, Portland, Oregon. *>
Rock Tlaql Fir and WT^ i
Springs Oal Pine WOOtt
Our service is first class and we respectfully solicit
your fuel orders. Promptness in delivery i s our
Standard Lumber Co
!>. H. HDUES, Agent V-
Hutchison's Art Studio
Picture FramesrArt Supplies
E. R. Hutchison, Commercial fhotnfrrapi^,. y,
The Gaxette goee into the best homes in the Paloaee country. Advertiser, nof