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FROM COUNTY'S BOOKS
List of Instruments Filed for
Record in a Week.
Gov. Patents and Receipts
United States to Peter Smith, eh
seq 24, nh neq 25-14-44, patent.
Walter Riley aud wife to L. A.
Quaife Mid wife, lot 11, blk 7, An
derson's add, Roealia. 81100.
Hattie C. Daniels and wife to Mar
garet A. Comegys, blk 1, Selfridge's
add, Oakesdale, 61.
frank E. Brown et ux to Margaret
A. Comegys, blk 1, Selfridge'a add,
Mabel G. Evans and husband to
Arthur M. Haivorth, swq 11-11-45,
Jas. T. Gray et ux to North Coast
Rd. Co., pt lot 1, blk 5, Palouse
Palouse Irrigation & Power Co. to
North Coast Rd. Co., pt lot 1, blk
5, Palouse Orchards, 8 —•.
Thos. E. Simpson and wife to Jas.
Phillips, lot 13, blk 7, Lamont,
Labau Garner and wife to Clinton
Sever, lots 1 to 10, inclusive, blk 34,
lots 5, 6, 7, 8, blk 36, 2nd Syndi
cate add, Guy, $2000.
H. P. Hays et ux to J. O. Catlett,
lot 1, blk 2, Catlett's add, Winona,
r Chas. Kennel et ux to Mrs. Roxie
A Neil, lots 3, 4, blk 3, Avenue
add, Colfax, 81500.
1 Clara Dingle and husbaud to W.E.
McCrookey et ux, tract in lot 7 of I
1-16-45, 63 j'i.
Sautford A, Manring aud wife to
Luther C. Kerns, lots 4, 5, blk 19,
City of Palouse to Edward Ander
son, blk 16, Greenwood cemetery,
H. L. Cooll>außh aud wife to A.
H. Johnson, lot 4, blk 42, Maiden,
Walter 11. Thomas and wife to j
Ncylaud Curreut Irrigation Co., lots
1. 2, 3, 4, sec 25, lot 1 of 26-14-41,
Oliver Hall to H. Scott, lot 32,
hlk 1, Ist add, Colfax cemetery, 830.
Jos A. Willkomm to Edna E.
Clemous, lot 15, blk 36, Maiden,
Royal P. Jarvis et ux to Josephine
B. Thomson, lot 4, hlk 8, Reaney's
2nd add, Pullman, 82100.
E. H. Wiper to Wiper Invest. Co.,
nh lets 1, 2, blk 47, Gill's add, Gar
Paluu.-e Irrigation A: Power Co. to
Juo. H. Sell, pt lot 2, blk 5, Palouse
J.L. Neil toT.A. Ireland, pt lot 8,
blk 3. Colfax, lease.
Sebastian C. Williams and wife to
Spokane &. Inland Empire Rd. Co.,
tract in 5-15 46, 61.
Geo. C. Jewett, receiver, to Geo.
H. PhelpH and wife, seq 15-17-45,
Jno. Miller to Jas P. Dillard, lot
18, blk 32, Maiden, $1.
Pythian Bldg. & Inv. Co. to Wil
mer & Dwyer, pt lot 18, blk 16, Ro
W. E. Dwyer and wife to Margaret
M. Wilmer, pt 15 20-43, 8150.
Northwestern Improvement Co. to
Fred C. Riddle, lot 9, blk 7, Lamont,
Delila L. Corbett and husband to
Mary B. LeLaney, lots 2, 3, blk 4,
Huffman's 2nd add, Tekoa, 81.
Mrs. L. A. Wolfe and husbanu to
C. L. Santee, lot 8, blk 5, Pullman, |
Anna Micliels to Anna B. Michels,
lots 5, 6, 11, 12, blk E, lots 3, 4,
13. 14, blk E, Greif's add, Union
Christian Wnrgler and wife to '
Fred Goldsmith aud wife, pt lot 6, j
blk 70, Daw's 2ud add, Pullman,
tract iv 5-14-45, $1.
J. W\ Burkbart and wife to Wm.
P. Ward, lota 1, 2, 3, blk 21,
Mumm's add, Rosalia, 8400.
Wm. F. Wright and wife to Kath
eriue Richardsou, nb neq 24-20-42
Ralph Comegys et al to Margaret !
A. Comegya, blk 1, Selfridge's add,
Milwaukee Land Co. to P. J. Gal
lagher, lots 2, 3, blk 34, Maiden
Juo. B. Machiu to Wm. A. Gosney,
pt seq 24-18-41, $287.
Oregon Rd. & Xav. Co. to Wu. A. ■
Gosuey, eh swq, lots 3, 4 of 19-18- !
Chas. T. Gray et ux to Christian
Jensen, lot 7. blk 48, Gill's add
Clyde W. Gray to Christian Jen
sen, lots 5, 6, blk 48, Gill's add
Geo. Galloway et ux to J. X. Ev
ans, lot 26, blk 1, Perkins' 2nd add
Alpowa Orchard Co. to Oregon-
Wash. & Idaho Rd. Co., pt lots 7, 10
of 3-13-43, 61.
Hannah McDonald to Richard
McDonald, blk 36, Westacott'a add,
COLFAX GAZETTE, COLFAX, WASHINGTON, JANUARY 27, 1911.
Lucy Clark to Wm. Leathart, nh
nwq 16-20-45, $1.
Barney Oenuiog aud wife to Nich
olas Dabtneu, pt 512 46, 61850.
Cbae. E. White to Florence D.
Shaw, tract In Colfax, 62000.
J. E. Laird et ux to Jno. W.
Laird, tract in sh tract 1, McKin
uey's add, Garfleld, 11.
L. G. Buxton and wife to Farmers
ft Merchants State Bank of Maiden,
lot 5, blk 45, Maiden, 6525.
2 W. H. Stanford and wife to H. V.
Porter, pt nh neq lU-20-43, 61500.
Luther C. Kerns and wife to Effie
M. Marshall, lots 4, 5, blk 19 Gar
Minerva I. Nichols to Security
Statw Bank, eh seq 29-16-45, 83000.
Wm. Y. Wyatt et i ux to J. Weston
Martin, wb swq 5-18-45, 82000.
J. W. Splater and wife to Pacific
Loan & Investment Co., Ltd., sh, neq
28, wh 33-14-39, $4000.
Chas. R. Hill and wife to Farmers
State Bank of Colfax, lot 18, blk 58,
Emily Stone and husband to Pris
cilla Bailey, lot 6, pt lot 5, blk 18,
Reaney's 2nd add, Pullman, 6275.
O. B. Johnson et al to Colfax Im
plement Co., luts 9, 10, 11, blk 19,
Geo. H. Phelps and wife to Geo.
C. Jewett, receiver, seq 15-17-54,
Surman Chandler and wife to Wm.
Codd, eh, eh wh 23, swq, sh nwq, eh
Cora Weisner and husband to O.
P. Moore, pt nwq 32-15-45, 8400.
Linus K. Benner et ux to Eleanor
Truax Harris, eh 15-15-40, 85100.
V. Steams and wife to Edw. Ma
guire, wh nwq 15-13-44, 62000.
Nicholas Dahmen and wife to Bar
ney Oeuning, pt 5 12-46, 6925.
E. J. Doneeu and wife to Com
mercial State Bank, eeq 33-19-45, pt
swq 34-19-45, 83350.
Sarah C. Cave et al to Mary Jas
kulek. sh seq, seq swq 24-19-43, ex
D. P. McDonald et al to Colfax
State Bank, eeq, seq swq 21-17-44,
sh nwq, nh nb swq 22-17 44, 8600.
J. Farnsworth et ux to Eatella
Walker, lot 10, McGee's subdivision
of eeq 32 15-45, 81000.
Walter Glaspey and wife to A. W.
Mott, ueq 26 15-44, 8800.
Chas. Kuntz and wife to R. H.
Hill, lot 4, blk 22, Baech's add, Pa
J. W. Martin and wife to R. H.
Bill, lots 1, 2, 7, 8 of 3-16-44,
Lafayette F. Buff et ux to Farm
ers State Bank ot Colfax, neq neq
Art Hibler et nx to Wm. Harper,
eh seq 1-15-42, 61700.
Daniel Leinbach et ux to Colfax
State Bank, lot 12, nh lot 13, blk
9, Perkins A Prescott's Riverside
add, Colfax, 6700.
Geo. McQueen et ux to G. W.
Moore, eh svq neq 1-18-45, wh swq
nwq 1 18-45, $800.
Mrs. Eliza J. Swift to Grant Ca
hill, seq 30-20-45, 82600.
G. W. and Jno. L. Billingeley to
E A. Witte, livestock, machinery,
G. W. and Jno. L. Billingsley to
E. A. Witte, crop on nh nwq 32, swq
29, eh seq, swq seq, seq swq 20, pt
eeq 29-19-43, SSOO.
R. L. Haydon to Farmers State
Bank of Colfax, livestock, 2-3 crop
on Minnick ranch, 82600.
Geo McKay to Mansfield Bros.,
livestock, implements, crop or sec
tions 7, 8 sh, uwq 9, eh, nwq 17,
neq 18, pt 5-16 40, pt ueq seq, seq
neq 12 16-39, $6000.
Da\il A. Link to Huutley Bros.,
J. J. Archer to Colfax National
Bank, 2-3 orop on nwq 10, seq, nh 9
J.F Neill to J.C. Stockman, office
Fred Fruiht to Oliver Willough
by, livestock, etc., 6100.
Isaac Pool to National Bank of Pa
louse, livestock, 2 3 crop on neq 5
R L. Haydon to Marion Freeman,
livettoc , 81130.
Leonard E. Merry to Colfax Na
tional Bank, livestock, crop on eh
neq 12-16-38, 2-3 crop on seq 1-16
L. L Saylor to L. B. Smith, live
stock, eto , 6230.
W. A. Lamb et al to Ed. Maguire,
crop on swq, sh nh 28-17-43, 850.
J. X Smawley to First National
Bank of Pullman, livestock, 2 3 crop
on seq 2G, nwq 36 15-44, 81350.
Richard Cooper et al to W. W.
Loomis, trustee, livestock, 8419.
M. L. Nesbitt to Wheeler Motter
Co., livestock, 6275.
Jno. Leiuweber to Geo. Jordan,
E. L. Johnson et al to Farmers
| State Bank of Colfax, livestock, etc.,
L. P. Buff to Colfax State Bank,
crop on nh seq, sh neq 22 14-39, neq
neq 20-13 38, $300.
A. H. Ruedy et al to Fred Lip
pert, real mtg.
B. L. Sharp to M. G. Hagaman,
Huutley Merc. Co. to M. G. Haga
Potlatch Lbr. Co. to Lake & De-
Potlatch Lbr. Co. to W. E. Soden
et al, lien.
Jae. A. Ebbert to Erick Wickland
et al, real mtg.
State Street Trust Co. to Realty
Co., real rntg.
Samuel P. Weaver to Arthur M.
Frank A. Ratlifle to C. S. Sher
E. Anderson to C. L. Shaw, chat.
Henry Repp to J. C. Reinke, cbat.
H. A. Kaeppler to Roy H. Beiry,
Pullman State Bank to A. Har
Colfax National Bank to L. R.
J. H. St. Lawrence to Thenia Mat
zger, conditional bill of sale.
Steger & Sons Piano Co. to T. J.
Brown, Irving Brown, W. E. White,
Geo. Bittrich, W. O. Artz, R. E.
Matlock, Mattie Sanders, Harmon
Scott, J. E. Kincaid, Mrs. Helen I.
Kennel, Albert Gerber and A. L. Bal
laine, conditional bills of sale.
Jno. C. Ager to Edwin E. True,
A W. W. Tracy, Jr., to Chas. T.
Gray et al, real mtg.
A. W. Mott to Kenneth Melver and
wife, real mtg.
Mike Evits to Chaß. and Mary
Moser, real mtg.
L. B. Smith to Leland L. Saylor,
Bills of Sale
Delila L. Corbett and husband to
Mary B. DeLaney, household goods,
Lena Swift to David Schiesser,
liveatock, etc., 81.
Conditional Hills of Sale
J. H. Mills Co. to D.R. Campbell,
Jno. Deere Plow Co. to Pullman
Implement Co., mdse , $ —; to H
E. Jonnson et al, wagons, etc., 5606.
Oliver Typewriter Co. to Jos.
Portz, typewriter, .-MOO.
Oliver Typewriter Co. to Clareuce
L. Henry, typewriter, 8100.
Grote-Rankin Co. to Mrs. E. J.
Sullivan, houshold furnishings-, .9179.
Tekoa State Bank to Leopold ■
Roeenthal, real mtg.
Farmers State Bank ot Colfax to
Jno. O'Nell, real mtg.
Hetherington & Riechers to J. H.
Riechers, real mtg.
Geo. W. Larue to Farmers State
Bank of Colfax, real mtg.
Inland Brewing & Malting Co. to
C. P. Robbins, real mtg.
First Savings & Trust Bank to Ma
bel R. Stoneberper, real mtg.
Farmers State Bank of Colfax to
Mechanics Loan & Trust Co. of Spo
kane, real mtg.
Colfax Harvester Co., articles of
Potlatch Lumber Co. vs. Wm
Wolff et al, lis pendens.
Shirkey & Glawer, arnduate opticians.
I will sell at public auction at the Scbrock ranch, G miles east of La
Croese, Wash., to the highest bidder, my entire outfit, on
TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 7,
consisting of the following described property:
55 head of work horses, 35 head Ai work horses, weighing
from 1250 to 1650, 15 head of young horses, 5 head of young
trotting horses, sired by Ell Derby.
Farming Implements, consisting of wagons, plows, drills,
harrows, harness, and all articles pertaining to farming but
too numerous to mention. Everything must be sold as I
have quit farming and am leaving the country.
TERMS QV SALE—AII Hume of $10 and under, eat-h; on all pums over
$10 lini" will he civf-n until October 1, 1911, on r:otfs of approved secur
ity and bearing interest at the rate of 10 per cent. Five per cent discount
Sale begins at 10 a. 111. sharp. Free Lunch Served
J. S. SCHEOCII, Owner.
L BTROBEL, Colfax, Auctioneer.
Greatest Paper in Washing i
Seattle's Livest JSews
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r Beaches All Parts of t! ■
-ffe */*€ Day It is Pi\
i "All the News That Is News" j
Steals Energy and Will Power From
Catarrh rubs its victim of energy—pom*>
physicians say of will power That may
be the reason why thousands of catarrh
sufferers haven't ambition euougb to ac
cept this fair and nquare onVr by V. T.
McCroskey which he nitiken without any
whys and wherefores or red tape of any
V. T. MeOroskey says, "I guarantee j
HYOMEI to cure catarrh, acute or !
chronic, or money buck," and that offer j
is open to every reader of the G -.zette.
HYOMEI (pronounce it Hiidi o me) is j
the purest Australian Eucalyptus com- j
bined with Thymol and other germ kiil
Pour a few drops into the small vest
pocket HYOMEI inhaler ui'd breathe it
into the lungs ovpr the infl lmed mem*
brane infected with catnrrh jjerms.
It is pleasant to use—ir kills the germs,
soothes the sore membrane, and cures
catarrh; if it doesn't your money back.
A bottle of HYOMEI cowts o<> c^nts at i
druggists everywhere and at V T Me
Croekey's. A complete outfit, which in
cludes a bottle of HYOMEI, a hard rub
ber inhaler and simple instructions for
use costs $1 00
Turn the searfhin^ white light of in
spection find trial on o»r canned fruits
and vegetab'eß and you'll give the above
Carefully si leered, sound, ripe fruit and
vegetables are the onh ones that arc
canned by the sanitary, clp«n canneries
that put up our supplies. You >»re cer
tain of the best (hh pood, if not better, :
than hoortf-made) when yon buy your
(••mned goods here. A foil !iue carried.
Phone >y | Er«'w & Son
Main • •- Proprietors
( The House of Efficiency)
315 miles east ot Portland on O. R. & N. Railway.
Best equipeU Sanatorium and Surgery in Northwest.
BOILING HOT SPRINGS
Ask agents for special rate round trip tickets.
Write for Illustrated booklet to
DR. W. T. PHY
Medical Supt. and Mcr. HOT LAKE, OREGON !
GEO. L.. CORNELIUS
AUTOMOBILE AND BICYCLE HOSPITAL
Repairing ot ali kinds.
Opp. Main Street School 00LFAX
If you want the news you
must take The Gazette.
G. W. Lame & Co.
Real Estate, Loans and
Two snaps if taken at once
No. 351 —24S acres 10 miles from Colfax, all in cultiva
tion, fine buildings, windmill, on county road, has R. F. D.
and telephone. Price $57.50 per acre.
No. 366 —320 acres, six miles from Endicott, all in culti
vation, fair buildings, has windmill and reservoir, good or
chard, is all extra good land. Price $45 per acre.
For further information and description of other places
G. W. Lame & Co. l™£.
Pioneer real estate agents of Whitman county. Our motto
for the last ten years has been "Bargains for Buyers and Buy
ers for^Bargains." Money to loan on improved farm lands.
1 Whitman Realty and Grain Co. !
P. B. SVNUIIf, Manager.
CRAW, HAY, REAL ESTATE, INSURANCE
[ Colfex, Wash. X
j- No 14D— .'52(i acre*, 240 scree under cultivation, .•?."> Here* in timothy \
C 10 Horew in alfalfa,farm fenced in I<< different Belds, 80 acre* timber and v
; pasture, fine timber, email orchard, -prinu water, «o d 7 room hooM \
; 2 good barns and other building", 6mi lee from PalooM Cifj, 1% milcH v
I ro warehouse. 1% miles to school, U. X D. telephone, count? road, v
C Price *o5 per acre, one half cash, balaoee t»rm« Will consider tr»d»- \
; for 160 acres or Spokane property up to $2000 in trad.'. Tin- jh hßm \
j farm Hnd v, ill make, or m h fine home. v
No 151—160 acres ail under cultivation. 6 mile* from Colfax 4.". v
- Hf-ret- in fall wheat, 20 acres more rammer fallowed I i*t year, 2 acres of 2
c orchard, good 5-room hoaee, barn, granary, baegy Bbed, bog bonne v
, with lot fenced hog tight and lowed in ulfiilfu, drilled well h<u\ two run- v
t rung Ptreame piped to troogha, county r<,Hd and It. F, l> . Ih>-h tirif for v
: farming This in in a fine district worth $85 per acre of aay man'i v
j- mon<y VVill hcII before March lnt for #77 per h. re.
We are certainly lined np in fine shape to handle roal ent-itp thiH x
spring and sammer months. We are connected with two liTe Spokane *
r offices and are getting inquiri** every day for description of land tt^ir x
lHforHnle. We are also connected with a Rosalia hfi.i Pallaaa otfir-e x
and where we g-r a signed contract for the nale of lands it will certainly
r not be filed away bat will be constantly before the people that are v
looking for investments and homes. We have a dean contract and *
would like to have yon «i«;n np your property with u« for a short time X
J and »cc the remilt. X
Oar office is roomy and cordially invite you to make it your head- *
quartern when ia town. X
I (iet our prices on grain, give us some of your insurance, list your y v;
: land with us for a short time and try uh out. £i
\ HOUSES FOR RENT. OFFICE MACKENZIE BLDG.
- PHONE MAIN 1271
Rock Tt l Fir and W A/U 1
Springs LUdl Pine '" 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 to l fax , Wash>
Hutchison's Art Studio
Picture Frames, Art Supplies
R. R. Hutchison Commercial Photograrjier g n( i: .
This ia our Dew No. 8 mill, the most complete nnrt ~ * j
market. Call and see it or *end for catalog clrlky ifuos '^
My extreme diffidence and retiring dispoeition haa h^r^f i
advertising my superior• qnalifications a, an auctioneer hnV I" ! me fr"n'
Wowing their horns off for businwa, it behooves me to H« ?l'' "'y '" ' --titors are
auct.oneenn K ever eince my neck has been a* long as a T^'U I ! ' 9 Mlowe-l
havj sold horses ani cows enough to «tock Buffalo Bill"" h,?*"' dnriD« whic° time I
stuff that would hi all the warehouses in Bi^ht and never ha? If 7 .mmd and oth^
I did not charge him enough. My nati .naUl, h Uerman ea.' d a man **? that
my retunon • free thinker, by nature a good blower '?£* "^.^''tics a Mis^ounan,
beauty, and can Bell stock higher than any aeroplane ?hS .. ' 8^"" a perfect
all other auctioneers nm; if they let you down try me I w!mT ?^ ared- Pl«*«e try
your business. lry me. 1 will hold you up . j w^nt
21 Perkins Avenur-, Tolfax, Wash t /->,—
Pfa°°'"'-'i>"1 L. STROBEL.
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