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FROM COUNTY'S BOOKS
List of Instruments Filed for
Record in a Week.
Gov. Patents and Receipts
United States to Cbas. O. Curtis,
eh ueq, uh seq 20-14-38, receipt.
Lilile Sullivan ami husband to W.
A. Bidle, seq 12-15-43, lea^.-.
Lawrence A. Wilkins and wife to
Noitfa Cnai-t Ry. Co., pt nh 10, Hk
"2, Paiouse Orchards, 885 C.
J. H. Sell and wife to North Coast
Ry. Co., pt lot 2, blk 5 Paiouse Or
A. N. Dupuy and wife to North
Coast Ky. Co., pt lot 2, blk 5, Pa
louho Orchards, 85CC
Paiouse Irrigation & Power Co. to
North Coast Ry. Co., pt lot 2, blk 5,
Palouee Orchards. 81.
Palouse Irrigation & Power Co. to
North Coast Ry. Co., pt lots ?, 2,
3, blk 6, pt lot 1, blk 3, Palouae Or
Palouse Irrigation & Power Co. to
North Coast Ry. Co., pt lut 1, blk 1,
Palouse Irrigation & Power Co. to
North Coast Ry.Co., pt nh lot 10, blk
2, Palouse Orchards.
E. S. Knowlton and wife to Chas.
Robert, lots 4, 5, blk 10, LaCrosse,
Peter Proff, Sr. nud wife to Louis
F. Rohleder,;lots 3, 4, blk G, Prolf's
2nd add, Rosalia, 8200.
S. M. Davis to I. V. Wagner, neq
I. J. Cunningham aud wife to J'uo.
Clifford Parr, pt lot 12, blk 6,
Reaney's add, Pulhuau, $300.
Margaret Randle et al to Frank T.
Barnard, tract iv Pullman, 6150.
Mary E. Cammell to W. C. Buk.r,
tract in eh nwq 28-19-43, 81.
Wm. C. Palaior and wife to U. H.
Simpso.i, lots 1, 2, blk 1, Spencer's
2nd add, Thornton, 61.
L \V. Follia and wife to Henry
Elmer, lot 7, blk 2, west of D street,
Breeding's add, Palcus?, 650.
Oregon-Washington «fc Idaho Ry.
Co. to Alpowa Orchard Co., pt lot 5
of 10-13 43, 81.
Jno. Xeirtz and wife to Geo. Hardy
et al, lots G, 7, blk 7, LaCrosse, live
stock, agreement, 63500.
Ralph Leonard and wife to J.
E. Durham, lot 9, blk 1, Anderson c
add, Rosalia, 1150.
Janet Quesnell to David Quesnell,
lots 1, 2, eh uwq 18-13-38, love.
Elizabeth L. McCroskey to Mary E.
P. Bushnell, lot 0, blk 25, (Jakes
Jno. Bach and wife to Geo. P.
Hair, lots 1, 2, 3, blk 17, Pullman,
Columbia & Palouse Ry. Co. to A.
B Baker, lot 6, blk 48, Pullman,
H. I. Willis and wife to Geo. Mid
daugh, tract in Colfax, 610.
J. Wiuelow Smiley and wife to
Chas. L. Chamberlin, lots 7, 8, blk
1, Garfield, 61.
H. i. Willis and wife to Geo. Mid
dau^h, nh lot 1, blk 8, Colfax, 61.
L. If. Daniel and wife to J. W.
Queen, lots 10, 11, blk 7, Thornton,
F. J. Mahouey and wife to Rande
Stafney, eh lot 3, wh lot 4, blk 1,
Mahoney-Lieb add, Tekoa, $600.
F. J. Mahouey aud wife to Fred
irick Shoroeder and wife, pt lot 4,
Mahoney-Lieb add, Tekoa, 6450.
Math Schumacher and wife to Au
gust Brauu, nh neq£9-11-46, 11.
Math Schumacher and wife to Au
gust Braun, lots 3, 4, 5, 14, 15, 16,
blk 2, Uuiontown, 61.
Martha Striker and husband to
Jas. E. Reilly, lot 4, blk 12, Tekoa,
$2 1 '00.
|Siva A. Johnson and wife to Wm.
W. Bass and wife, pt 29-18-41, 6800.
Michael Drake to Walter P. Noble,
tract iv Garfield, $35.
Carl Brand and wife to Robert Thorn,
lots 1, 2. 3, blk 105, Belmont, $600.
Wm. M. Mooney and wife to La
Dow Orchard Co., pt seq nwq, neq
swq, eeq swq 6-17-46, 61.
Lhura J. Crow to Sarah Moon, lot
10, eh lot 0, blk 4, Oakesdale, 1750.
Wallace \V. Roylaton and wife to
Ja*. M. Bodine, lots 3, 4, 5, 6, blk
3, Elberton, 8600.
Geo. W. Truax and wife to Juo.
Rheese, lot 24, Farmiugton cemetery
El D. Rice aud wife to J. H. |f O .
Croskey, blk 4, R. C. MeCroskey's
2nd add, Garfleld, 8850.
Fraternal Cemetery to M. D. Mc-
Pbereon, lot 140, cemetery, certifi
cate of gale, $10.
Syria E. Hunt et ux to J. H, Hell
baum, sh 12, wh 1310-41, agree
Leonard Strobel and wife to D.
W. Barclay, pt lot 2, blk 1, Wiley's
Ist add, Palouse, blk H, Robarii's
add, Palouse, 81.
Mrs. S. M. Solomon and husbaud
to David Rasty, lot 4, blk 36, Oak
F. A. Jonea et ux to R. S. Ragon,
nh neq 30-17-39, $2000.
College Park Improvement Co. to
COLFAX GAZETTE, COLFAX, WASHINGTON, DECEMBER 30, 1910.
T. H. Wiley, lot 6, blk 7, College
Park add, Pullman, 8325.
Cbas H. McN'ichols et ux to Agnes
Council, eh nwq, lots 1, 2 of 7-20
--46, except, 88750.
J. G. Conger and wife to Olive A.
McQueen, lots 5, 6, 7, 8, blk 25,
Mrs. Eliazbeth Sheehan'e add, Farru
J. G. Conger and wife to Olive A.
McQueen, lots 9. 10, 11, wh lot 12,
blk 25, Mrs. Shoehan's add, Farm
Oregon Kd. & Nay. Co. to Ore.-
Wa?h. Kd. Co., railroads, etc., 855,
Oregon-Washington & Idaho Rd.
Co. to Oregon-Washington Rd. Co.,
W. T. Bo wen et ux to Chicago,
Milwaukee A Puget Sound Ry. Co.,
pt lota 1, 2 of 5 18-40, 81.
E. H. Newton et ux to Robert N.
Clure, tract in 25-16-43, 81114.
Henry K. Schirr and wife to Paoiflc
Loan &, Investment Co., wh nwq 13,
neq, seq 14-19-39, 67000.
J. M. Childers and wife to Mary
G. Penny, pt 6-14-45, $400.
Jno. Clifford Parr and wife to Mary
G. Penny, pt lot 12, blk 6, Reauey's
Jos. A. Willkomm to C. R. Algyer,
Jot 15, blk 36, Maiden, $1400.
Thos. J. Hastings and wife to Pa
cific Loan &, Investment Co., pt sec
tions 5, G, 7,|8 in 19-43, 625,000.
Jon. Thos. Crow and wife to A. C.
Thomas and wife, neq seq, pt seq neq
19-14-46, nwq swq, pt swq nwq 20
Juo. A. Allen aud wife to M. Tal
ens, lot 1, blk 4G, Pullman, $1500.
A. R. Brashear and wife to Pow
ell-Sanders Co., pt lot 3, blk 4G,
Colfax, wh neq, eh nwq 18-13-39,
Samuel F. Shinklo and wife to P.
A. Davis, lot 1. pt lot 2, blk 6,
F. J. Mahouey et ux to Pacilio
Land Co., pt laud in Lombard's add,
M. J. (rrady and wife to Alliance
Trust Co., Ltd., uwq, eh swq 32-14
J. F. Neill and wife to M. B.
Campbell, lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, Simp
son's add, Gartield, blk 72, 8275.
David B. Talley and wife to T. C.
Miles, wh swq 3-19-44, 62000.
Jno, A. Marsh and wife to Pacific
Laud luvest. Co., ewq 29-17-41,
Wm. W. Bass and wife to Sina A.
Johnson, tract in 29-18-41, 6500.
Karl H. Newton and wife to Pacilio
Trust Ass'n., Ltd., seq, nh swq 25
--16-43, pt sh ewq, pt nwq 25-16-43,
Young C. Mansfield et ux to Neth
erlands American Mtg. Bank, lots 3,
4, eh swq 18, lots 1, 2, 3, 4, eh nwq.
eh swq 19, lots 1, 2, eh nwq 30-16-4,
neq seq 24, seq, except, 13-16-40,
Hugo Heise to J. P. Xeirtz, live
J. T. Giles to Shoiidy Bros., 800
bushels wheat on eh 18-18-41, 6330.
P. W. Swaußon to Geo. H. Siegel,
1-3 crop on sh 16-20-42, $2500.
Jno. Emll Anderson to K. C. Park,
Jno. Emil Anderson to R. C. Park,
livestock, implements, 2-3 crop ou eh
27, awq 26-18-39, 61700.
Lou L. Ellis to Mary C. Wheeler,
livestock, 2-3 crop on eh seq 4-10-44,
eh neq 4-19-44, 81190.
Geo. Hardy et al to Jno. Neiertz,
B. O. Burt to A. T. Little, live
Frank \V. Ella to Colfax National
Bank, liveetock, 8621.
C. C. Spencer to Wm. L. Walls,
150 bushels wheat on 8-17-40, 646.
W. A. Hull to Huntley Merc. Co.,
livestock, 2-3 crop on seq 22-19-41,
P. M. Price to W. M. Sever, crop
on eh swq 1-14-41, nh 6-14-44,
J. W. Taylor to National Bank of
Palouse, livestock, crop on wh neq,
eh nwq 29-16-45, 8500.
Wm. Clevenger to Jas. S. Chase,
Juo. Bowman to Colfax State Bauk,
livestock, crop on nwq 5-17-43, 8600.
R. A. Blackwelder to Wm. Wiley,
Walter Gum to J. P. Burson, live
Walter Gum to J. P. Burson, 2-3
crop ou sh neq, lots 1, 2 of 6-19-46,
lots 2, 3, nh seq 12-44-6. 6450.
W. G. Baxter to J. I. Case Thresh
ing Machine Co., machinery, 83471.
C. B. Kilgore to J. T. Person,
trustee, livestock, 1-3 crop ou swq
Jno. P. Ramsey to Henry Schirr,
Bayard T. Byrne to Juo. Weitman,
A. L. Viney to Wm. F. Eebard,
Investors Mtg. Sec. Co. to Geo.
W. Manring, real mtg.
Willard Crippen to A. Rodecape,
Algernon Administrate & Trußt
kantoor to Palouse Irrigation &. Power
Co., partial real mtg.
Palouae Irrigation & Power Co. to
North Coast Ry. Co., releasing them
oi water taxes. .
R. C. Park to Jno. Einil Anderson,
Wm. P. King to Jos. Stark, real
Pacifio Land Co. to F. J. Mahouey,
C. A. Gwlnn to Chas. A. Ballard,
Deming Investment Co. to Jennie
B. Giles, two real aitga.
J. L. Wilson to G. W. Lane and
wife, real mtg.
D. B. Talley to E. P. Montgomery,
National Bank of Palouse to J. E.
Hamlet et al, chat.
Peter Eriksen to R. A. Blackwelder,
Jno. Terhuue to W. W. Case, par
Netherlands American Mtg. Bank
to Byron G. Mansfield et al, real
Cbas. Freeman to C, H. Kilgore,
Central Trust Co. to Spokane,
Portland & Seattle Ry. Co., real
Bills of Sale
W. F. Caldwell to Whitehouse
Clothing Co.. livestock, etc , 335.
Geo. A. Bond to J.jE. Durham, re
Mary Patt'enroth to Henry Paffen
roth, livestock, *75.
F. A. Thomas to W. 11. Thomas,
Conditional Bills of Sale
Brunswick-Balke-Colleuder Co. to
A. J. liochradel, pool tables, etc.,
Spokane & Eastern Trust Co. to
Burlington Trust Co.
Martha Striker to Tekoa State
Bank, real mtg.
Union Trust Co. to American Cen
tral Life Ins. Co., real mtg.
Chas. A. Ballard to Chaa. A.
I Gwinn, real mtg.
£ Coltou State Bank to M. Sehul
theis, Sr., real mty.
Jno. 11. Sell to the public, affida
Bayard T. Byins to the public, affi
Lillie Sullivan to Jno. E. Sullivan,
power of attorney.
T. C. Miles et al to the public,
Palouse & Fallons Telephone Co.,
articles of incorporation.
H. P. Nichols to the public, lota
2, 3 of 21-14-42, declaration of
Agues Brig^s to the public, eh lot
4, lot 5, blk 8, Wiley's let add, Pa
louse, declaration of homestead,
Mrs. Rose Middau^h to the pub
lic, nh lot 1, blk 8, Colfax, tract in
Oolfax, declaration of homestead,
Frank E. Zimmer to Northwestern
& Pacific Hypotheekbauk, extending
Tied in a Knot
depcribes the way your miißcles feel when
they're cramped or wh^n you've been
over exercininn. I'.allani's Snow Lini
ment takeH the kinks out of nore or
cramped mupcles and relieves all aches
and pains. Buy a bottle today and
learn what it i« to he free from bodily
ailments. Sold by V. T. McCroskey.
Six Room House For Sale.
I offer my G-room house and lot, sit
uated at 9<tJ) Lnke street in South Col
fax, for $IHSO canh if takpn at once.
Bath and toilet and place in good re
A. R. Brashear,
If you want the news you niunt take
That Cold Room
>p=lll3g3Eg^r on the side of the house where
Hganijgswiflr winter blasts strike hardest always
/^^§SSk fiNfc as a ower temperature than the
(T MS|=g m^ rest of the house. There are times
5> j W^ when it is necessary to raise the
<§ylp^| temperature quickiy or to keep the
.jteggjflj temperature up for a long period.
That can't be done by the regular
method of heating without great
J^Sl|||||gjp»v trouble and overheating the rest of
"£^ l§|p the house. The only reliable
method of heating such a room
JMm I alone by other means is to use a
13 Absolutely smokeless and odorless
which can be kept at full or low heat for a short or long time.
Four quarts of oil will give a glowing heat for nine hours,
without smoke or smell.
An indicator always shows the amount of oil in the font.
Filler-cap does not screw on; but is put in like a cork in a bottle,
and is attached by a chain and cannot get lost.
An automatic-locking flame spreader prevents the
wick from being turned high enough to smoke, and is easy to
remove and drop back so that it can be cleaned in an instant.
The burner body or gallery cannot become wedged, and can be unscrewed
In an instant for rewicking. Finished in japan or nickel, strong, durable, well
made, built for service, and yet light and ornamental. Has a cool handle.
Dealers Everywhere. If noi at yours, write far descriptive circular
w^tf to ths nearest agency cf 'the
JW Standard Oil Company
Two Minute Cure For Cold in Head
It Is Curing Thousands Daily and
Saves Time and Money.
Get a bowl three quarters full of boil
ing water and a towel.
Poor into the water » teanpoonful of
HYOMEI (pronounced High-o me)
Put your bead over the bow! and cover
both head and bowl with towel.
Hreathe the vapor that arises for two
miuuten, and prewti ! your head is as
clear as a bell, and the tightness in the
cheat is gone.
Nothing like it to break up a heavy
cold, cure More throat or drive away a
cough. ft?« a pleHHunt euro. You'll en
joy breathiug Llvoniei You'll feel at
once its soothing, healing aud beneficial
eff cts H8 it pannes over the ir,flamed and
irritated membrtino 50 cent« a bottle,
at drutrgints everywhere Auk V. T.
McCroekey for extra bottle Hyomei In
I HELLO, HELLO,
I ilii I g *^H Give me Main 2001
|M— t Vail? Well, I want
' VTT'T^ Vytl mamma- She
!r>-*^i I I eomeone cay
Lf^V^V^ VfefeiVi that you took the
Kjlihif nicpsl: pictures of
"x^^Xv cl'ildreD and could
«//•' /7i' y SI Hultß for a Btnu"
/ //■^i-^Sfi n coßt. Won't you
' ( | '?~~=&MiZ] pleaep bring your
camera over and
-j£*SgW^'- take me right now?
*t i tis^^'-O^ promise to keep
- £ ntill and not move
-r ' -- till you have anap
shotted me. Thank
you Good by«!"
WILLIAMS' KIDNEY PILLS
Have you overworked your nervous sys
tem and caused trouble with your kid
neys and bladder? Have you pains in
loins, side, back and bladder? Have you :
a flabby appearance of the face, and un- j
dor tho eyes? A frequent desire to pass
urine? If so, Williams" Kidney Pills will
cure you—Druggist, Price 50c. '
WILUAMS MFG. CO.. Prop... Cleveland. Ohio
For Bale at V T. McCrowkfv'sdng Rtore
In Standard Old Line Gompanv.
H. E. FUN3TON
ROSALIA - - WASHINGTON
Bensel Fuel Co.
Anthracite, Rock Springs
Chas. F. Bensel, Prop
Phohe Main 401
For any spicial bargain in
I have a buyer. Money to loan in large
or email amounts.
KI€H IRl> 11. Rt:il>
102 Main St. Oolfax, Wash.
TEKNY ADV. GO. - = , "^
\eep the Gazette on file and are Jie
authoriee^ aa:ft>ts for advertleemanr-
I Whitman Realty and Grain Co. |
xx P. H. BUHIMW, Manager.
GRAIN, HAY, REAL ESTATE, INSURANCE
xx Colfiix, Wash. XX
X* ==============^^ vv
XX »> have for trade for Colfax property IGO acres, 2ft miles from XX
XX Ho-nburg, Stevens county, on Columbia river, timber laud containing XX
XX -'I million feet saw timber, pine, fir and tHmarack, HUM cedar poles, XX
XX 1000 cords wood all standing, (JO acres good agricultural land, whfn XX
XX cleared, large living spring, litn^ kiln 3 miles from place, paying $3.00 XX
XX per cord for wood. Price 98000. Will take stock of merchandise if XX
XX nicely located. See us about this bargain. XX
XX . XX
XX 240 «rres 10 miles north of Marcus, Stevens cnnntv, fine fruit land, XX
X\ price $7500. Will take Spokane property up to $3500. XX
xx . xx
££ $2500 will let you in on 200 acres all plowed ready for crop, practi- x^
XX e(1"v mi'dern improvements, $67 00 per acre. Snap. jfX
$16 50 per acre will buy 1300 acres, one-half under cultivation, bal-
*~* ance good pasture land, lots of water, two miles from town and sta- '
■^^tion, a fine stock farm. Look into this, it is a snap. Y^,
XX Will trade in on farm nearer Colfax, 160 acres 3 miles from Wash- XX
XX tucna, all farm land, 3-roorn house, extra good barn, price $4000. XX
XX We have Spokane property for trade for farm land. XX
XX We are selling stock in the First Thought Extension Mine which -%\
XX mm« the First Thought Mine that has paiil nearly 3 million dollar*
Xx dividends in the last 6 year*. Price 10c a share. A party is going up
XX after New Year's, better ao along Values have been taken out assay- XX
XX me from 111-00 to $3684 00 per ton. Let us give you some informa- \-\-
XX tion regarding this. Samples in our office. XX
Xx Get our prices on grain, give us some of your insurance, list your jrv
XX land with us for a short time and try us out/ J^
xx HOUSES FOR RENT. OFFICE MACKENZIE BLDC. W
xx PHONE MAIN 1271 xx
This is our new No. 8 mill, the most complete hw) np to date mill on the
market. Call and see it or Rend for catalog. CARLET BROS , Colfax.
My extreme diffidence and retiring disposition has heretofore prevente \ me from
advertising my sujerinr rinalifications a^ an auctioneer, hut at my competitors are
blowing their horns off for business, it behooves me to blow too. I have followed
auctioneering ever since my neck has been as long as a *irahVß. durinp which time I
have Mid horses an 1 cows enough to stock Buffalo Bill's imaginary mind and other
stuff that would fill all the warehouse* in HRht and Dever hay« heard a man say that
1 did not charge him enough. My nationality is German, my politics a Mis-ounan
my re-.ierion * free thinker by nature a good blower, in personal appearance a uerfect
beauty, and can sell stock hiyber than any aeroplane that ever soared Please try
all other auctioneers first; if they let you down try me, I will hold you ud I want
your business. J •* "■
21 Perkins Avenue, Tolfax, Wash. T CJT^"r> ATIT^T
Phone Red 811 ±J. 131 liU oUjLj.
Rock f| Ofl ] Fir and W AA/ 1
Springs Udl Pine 'V 00(1
Our service is first class and we respectfully solicit
your fuel orders. Promptness in delivery is our
Standard Lumber Co.
D. H. FIDDES, Agent Co lfax, Wash.
OERFECT BAKING RESULTS can be obtained only
J- when the best materials are used, including flour of
these popular and well known brands
which are manufactured in Whitman county by the WINONA
MILLING CO., from Blue Stem Wheat, the very best for the
Inland Milling & Feed Co
Hutchison's Art Studio
Picture Frames,-Art Supplies
R. E. Hutchison Cmnmercial Photoffranlipr
Headquarters for the Citizens of Whitman r '
■ IJli-Jli^^County and the
Traveling Public. " "
ho t c i7~(s6l:bvk 3c
a. J. MALONEY, ProprletoT^ -*^-A>.
Our Prices may not be the lowest, but we «„
first claL, gafantee eVer7 arti^
Tll° Bar connected with the hotel carries a 6ne in*. I •
dnmestic Wines, Liquors and Oigara. When 0 lmPort*d and
Oolfax you get the best produced in the mark J °U« * &t the Hotel
n-u ""»rKets of the world
When you want to find your friends, go to th« R ♦ . „
headquarters for everybody. otel Oolfax, the recognised
Use Gazette Clubbing List and make vn,,,
•« your money go fartal