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FROM COUNTY'S BOOKS
List of Instruments Filed for
Record in a Week.
Gov. Patents and Receipts
United States to Chester VV. Mor
]ey, eh iwq 8-16-43, patent.
United States to VVm. H. llickey,
nvij 4-15-39, patent.
deo. Uowell and wife to Ja9. H.
Christopher, nh uh .-eg 8-15-44, S28 t
Benry B. Funaton to Benj. d.
Naagbt, ?h seq swq 18, neq nwq 19
J. N. Evans and wife to E. F. Ed
wards, lot 20, blk 1, Perkins' 2nd
add, Colfax, $600.
Cbaß. K. Scriber and wife to O. VV.
Pollard, lots 3, 4, blk 4, T. H.
Shobe's add, LaCroese, SI.
T. E. Broyled to E. B. Paul, all
t-ection 33, eh 32, wh Beg, seq Beg 28
E. F. Edwards to Hattie Pearl Ed
wards, lot 26, blk 1, Perkins' 2nd
add, Colfax, $600.
Robt. R. Anderson to Ben Peter
son, lot 10, 6h lot 11, blk 56, Col
Jno. D. Maddison et ux to N. F.
McDaniel, lot 7, blk 8, Elberton,
Milwaukee Land Co. to E. E.
Stark, lot 4, blk 14, Maiden, $246.
Walter D. Striker and wife to B.
I). White, lots 7, 8, 9, blk 44, Pres
cott & Perkius' Riverside add, Col
B. D. White and wife to F. N.
Brown, lota 7, 8, 9, blk 44, Presoott
.V P.rkins 1 add, Colfax, £500.
F. J. Madantz to J. L. Neil, pt
lot 8, I ilk :>, Colfax, lease.
Surah E. Berry to J. L. Neil, store
building on Main street, Coifax,
IJ. C. Pope to Kate Pope, wh seq,
swq ueq, seq Qwq 2-15-14, 81.
Jno. S. Moore to R. W. Moore, sh
eeq 22-14-39, $800.
Isaac M. Curtis arid wife to R. W.
Moore, nwq 27-14-39, $4000.
J. M. Dell et al to Geo. Acountius,
neq 12-18-41, $9600.
Arvel Heuniug et ux to Thornton
1. O. (). F. cemetery, tract in section
Thornton Lodge No. 197, to Arvel
llenning, pt section 27, $1.
Railway Land & Improvement Co.
to Thos. D. Heuch, lots 8, y, blk 34,
resurvey of Steptoe, 855.
R. B. Kenoyer to Jas. T. Woody,
tract in Gar field, $1.
Herman Seekt to Margaret A.
Scott, lots 10, 11, 12, blk 47, Pull
Thos. D. Hench et ux to G. L.
Noe, lots 8, 9, blk 34, resurvey of
Benj. B. Roberts and wife to G. L.
Dickiuson, lots 7, 8, blk 37, Pres
oott & Perkins' Riverside add, Col
Frances M. Taylor to Martha A.
Winslow, lots 5, 6, 7, 8, blk 36,
Farmington Lodge No. 37, F. <fc A.
M. to J. VV. Ellis, eh lot 6, blk 22,
Mount View cemetery, $14.
Mabel Hickey to Wm. H. Hickey,
swq 4-15-39, $5,
S. Spencer to Miliie Jaques, lot 7,
blk 1, Speucei's 2nd add, Thornton,
I. S. Leonard and wife to M. Scott
Jamar, lots 8, 9, blk 55, Pullman,
Kittie Roaoh and husband to Ro9e
Holliday, tract in 29-20-39, $100.
J. E. Backus et al to C. A. Cole
man, lot 1, blk B, Holbrook's add,
Smith H. Mi-Call and wife to Lou
isa Cbappell, lot O.VViuoua cemetery,
A<la J. Lausch and husband to Juo. !
VV. Berketreaeer, lot 0, blk 15, El
Laura J. Matkin et al to Byron S.
Powell, swq 31-19-40, lots 3, 4 of
Jno. J. Southard and wife to O. P. '
McKeehan, eh nwq, lota 1, 2 of 18
--- 4 0,
Craig A. Gilbert to P. A. Carlon,
lots 12, 13, 14, blk 7, Andereou's
add, Rosalia, $575.
Roeaunah Keaton to Pullman Sav
ings A Loan Ass'n., lot 3, blk 30,
Pullman, pt lot 3, blk 30, Daw's
add, Pullman, $250.
Lewlston Clarkston Improvement
Co. to Cnion Trust Co. of Spokane
as trustee, $800,000.
Juo. J. Wells and wife to Farmer^
State Bauk of Unioutown, seq 25
Chas. O. Curtis and wife to First
Savings .te Trust Bauk, eh neq, nb *eg
Bonner R. Quint et ux to J. Q. |
Conger, tract in eeq neq 6 18-4 0,
G. R. Patterson and wife to W. W.
Renfrew, Jots 1, 2, blk 23, Farming
A. C. Nowgard to Western «y- Ha
waiian Jluvestment Co., Ltd., uwq
COLFAX GAZETTE, COLFAX, WASHINGTON, FEBRUARY 3, 1911.
seq, wh swq, neq ywq 34-19-42,
G. H. Simpson et ux to J. J.
Stephens, lots 1, 2, blk 1, Spencer's
2nd add, Thornton, $800.
Alice E. Noreross and hnaband to
Citizens State bank of Tekoa, lot 9, |
blk 5, College Hill add, Tekoa, 8300. i
E W. Downen et ux to luterna- |
tional Mfg. Bank, lota 8, 9, 10, blk ■
■ 7, Pullman, except, $3000.
F. A. Davidson and wife to A. B. j
Petermau, sh seq ueq 20-15-43, ah
nwq, except, 23-15 43, $3000.
U. L. Dickinson and wife to S. J.
Thomas, Jota 7, 8, blk 37, Prescott &.
Perkins' Riverside add, Colfax, 8350.
Wm. il. Hickey to E. O. Ankerson,
swq 4-15-39, 8300.
Millie Jaques and husband to G.
E. Hester, lot 7, blk 1, Spencer's 2nd
add, Thornton, $200.
M. Scott Jamar wife to Isaac W.
Leonard, lota 8, 9, blk 55, Pullman,
0. V. Purnell et ux to First Trust
Co. of Moscow, lots 1, 2 of 1-13-45,
Tnos. Carr Avary to Uak Hardware
Co., household goods, $272.
W. A. Denker to Colfax Imple
ment Co., safe, 854.
E. A. Benner to Shoudy Bros.,
Monroe McLean to W. O. Honn,
Geo. Schierman to VV. O. Honn,
W. F. Crockett to Herman Spuler,
crop on neq, eh nwq 15-20-40, 8750.
J. J. Greif to International Har
vester Co., stock of impements,
F. L. Moulton to Jno. Ellwart,
livestock, 1000 bushels of wheat on
wh 1-18-41, 8387.
Grover C. Tipton to Wm. D.
Marsh, livestock, $125.
D. J. Thomas to Chas. Harlan,
D. C. Green to Geo. VV. Case, Jr.,
500 bushels wheat on eh 24-19-41,
R. A. Blackwelder to H. D. Mat
tingk-y, livestock, COO bushels wheat
on neq 5-18-41, $242.
J. A. Gleaaou to A. J. Davis, live
stock, etc, 91353.
J. M. Boliue to Geo. A. Draper,
Mark Bailey to Arthur Jensen,
Geo. F. Rice to Michael Johnson
et al, real rut^'.
Colfax Implement Co. to Geo. How
ell, real nitg.
Levi Ankeny to Geo. Howell, real
Edwin T. Coman to Geo. Howell,
two real mtgs.
Equitable Savings & Loan Ass'n.
to Lizzie Leiubach and husband, real
Colfax National Bank to Ed Mad
Albion State Bank to Geo. Howell,
Richard Hamblen to Jerome B.
A. C. Pritchard to Mrs. E. A. Kiug
and husband, real mtg
N. C. Myers to E. B. Lybecker,
Remi S. Keyzer to Jno. J. Welle,
Hilliard Invest. Co. to Jno. J.
Welle, real mtg.
C. G. Sellers to C. L. Pemberton,
1. S. Morris to Wm. M. Wileman,
J. C. Herron to D. C. Green, par
H. H. Goßs et al to VVm. C. Palmer
et al, real mtg.
Geo. C. Jewett to Jessie Bishop,
• real mtg.
<reo. Riley to W. H. Rudolph and
\ wife, real mtg.
H. I). Mills to Alex Mills, real
Gordon M. Buck et al to Oregon-
Wash. & Idaho Ry. Co., real mtg.
Netherlands A-nerioan Mtg. Bank
to O. V. Purnell, real mtg. ; to A. B.
Peterman, real mtg.
B. D. Mattingley to R. A. Black
Davis t t Bassett to Lee Hughes et
Algemeen Admistratie & Trustkau
toor to Palouse Irrigation &, Power
Co., partial real mtg.
International Mtg. Bank to J. C.
R. Sidler, real mtg.
R. E. Draper to O. E. Anderson,
Bills of Sale
J. M. Keater to Rosalia Hardware
Co., house moving outfit, 3200.
M. Gardner to VV. J. Jenkins, sa
loon stock, $1.
H. J. Williams to G. Clair, piano,
H. Wheelhouse to Ralph H. Erwin,
his interest in grocery store, $2000. i
H. J. Wareheitu to Wm. Russell et
al, machinery, $223.
H. C. Pope to Kate Pope, live
stock, etc., $1.
Geo. Howell to G. L. Gleason, ■
threshing outfit, $1500; potatoes
Fred S. Ratliff to W. A. Davis, '
office furnishings, $1.
Conditional Bills of Sale
National Cash Register Co. to J.
S. Robertson, register, 8115. ,
Holt Mfg. Co. to Jno. McKay,
(rrote-Kankin Co. to Mrs, Frank J.
Schmidt, range, $72.
Commercial Importing Co. to J.
L. Mabie, coffee urn, $25.
National Cash Register Co. to
Shreffler & Cantrll, register, $200.
National Cash Register Co. to
A. J. Lee & Co., register, $200; to
M. J. Maloney, register, 160.
Wm. Lippitt to the public, affi
Cheah-r W. Morley to the public,
J. VV. Wiseman to the public, affi
E. C. Field vs. R. J. Arnott et al,
Potlatcb Lbr. Co. vs. J. M. Holli
day, tract in neq 29-20-39, lien, $249.
Whitman county vs. Jeremiah Kel
ly et ux, lie pendens.
C. P. Robbing vs. Jos. Schultheis
et al, lis pendens
F. P. Connell vs. Daniel W. Tru
ax et al, lis pendens.
iJJ S kb
"There comes the very man 1 want
to see—Jenks. the scribbler. Hello,
Jenks; you are mighty bandy with
your pen. I want you to pet me up
si.me bright verses for the lodjje meet
ing next week."
"With pleasure, old man. And, say.
yon are mighty handy wish tin- wheel
barrow. <'nmc around tomorrow and
q the ashes out of my basement."
Coming and Going.
"1 am going to start two weather
bureaus. There is a fortune in it."
"I'.ur why more than one? it w
a duplication of work."
'"Yes, and it will be a duplication <>!
results. Each will predict directly the
opposite of the other, ami one will al
ways be right."
The dinner bell has lost the job.
It worked at once so steady.
The modern people know enough
To come when dinner's ready.
"Come over to my house an' I'll give
"Wnat'll you p.ive me?"
"Huh! What's the good of them?"
"They won't let you go to school
if you have them."
Foolishness His Business.
"Why don't you act sensibly once in
"It would be unprofessional."
"He keeps his temper well."
"Tie has to."
"Nobody will have it around."
Just For a Change.
I've been a soft and easy mark,
For any one could Bay to me,
"Old man. I want a five today,"
And 1 would fork him out a V.
But by a multitude of humps
The very dullest person learns.
Hereafter, if you want to know.
I'm yoinyr to be the worm that turns.
In passing through this vale of tears
It may be better to be meek
And when you get a jolt to pause
And erently turn the other cheek.
But after many years of knocks
A fellow feels he's had about
Enough of that to last awhile
And is Inclined to cut it out.
Before I took a tumble to
Myself when fellows rubbed it in
I used to take it as a joke
And sort of stand around and grin
And say: "Oh, what a lovely time
We're having, children, to be sure!
And won't you do it. please, sora«
But that was e'er I took the cure.
This program I am weary of.
This being worked by every one,
And long aso the thing has ceased
To be what 1 would class as fun.
It may be that my liver balks,
It may be an excess of bile.
But here I cease to be the goat
And work the other man awhile.
Falls Victim to Thieves.
S. W. Bende, of Coal City, Ala., has a
justifiable grievance. Two thieves stole
his health for twelve years. Thpy were
a liver and kidney trouble. Then Dr.
King's New Life Pills throttled them.
He's well now. Unrivalled for Consti
pation. Malaria, Headache, Dyspepsia.
25c. All druggists.
Impure blood runs you down—makes
you an eisy victim for organic diseases.
Burdock Blood Bitters purifies the blood
—cures the csuhp—builds vnu up
■Tfl il il / ready to Mail
The leading Seed Catalog ofTthe Weft-
Lilly's Catalog. Your 1911 crop depends
on GOOD seed —send for this Catalog
and get the best. Write now to th«
CHAS. H. LILLY CO., Seattle, Wn.
Signals of Distress
Colfax People should Know
llow to Read and Heed
Sick kidneys give many signals of distress. I
The secretions are dark, contain a sediment.
Passage*) are frequent, scanty, painful
Backache is constant day and night
Headaches and diz-y spell-* are frequent.
The weakened kidneys need quick help.
Don't delay! Use a special kidney remedy. !
Doan's Kidney Pills cure sick kidneys, j
backache and u.iuary disorders.
Colfax f vi.leuce proven this statement.
Mrs E. E. Jackson, 110 < ed-r street, Col- \
fax, Wash., says: "I had weak kidneys and !
inflammation of the bladder. There was a
pain over my ripht kidney, my akin was dry
and hot and as the result of the loss of rest at
night, I became nervous and run down. Last
spring I used three boxes of Doan's Kidney
Pills and since then I have enjoyed much
better health. I am very grateful for the
benefit this remedy brought me."
For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents.
Foeter-Milburn Co., Buffalo, New York, sole
agents for the United States.
Remember the name- Doan's—and take no
Golfax Meat Market
A. GERBER, Proprietor
FRESH AND CUBED MEATS
POULTRY AND FISH
Oysters in Season
Hides and Pelts Bought
119 Mam Street Phone Main 101
(§ ▼91 BP^ i)
Turn the searching white light of in
ppection and trial on our canned fro its
and vegetablt-H and you'll give the abov^
Carefully selector), goond, ripe fruit and
vegetables-are the only ones that are
canned by the sanitary, cle»n canneries
that put up our supplien You are cer
tain of the best (tis good, if not better,
than home-made) when you huv your
canned goods here. A lull Hue carried.
Phone *T1 Erwir- A Son
Main • «- Proprietors
Bensel Fuel Co.
Anthracite, Rock Springs
Chas. F. Bensel, Prop
Phono \fain 401
Will store poods in brick warehouse,
corner Mill and Spritg streets, on
first floor above flood danger; reason
able rates made on household goods,
merchandise, pianos, etc.
Geo. M. Baker, Mgr-
Phone Main 1641
Piles! Piles! Piles!
Williams' Indian Pile Ointment will cure
Blind, Bleeding and Itching Piles. It ab
eorbs 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. Druggists, mail 50c and $1.00.
WILLIAMS MFG. CO.. Props., Cleveland, Ohio :
For sale at V. T. McCroskey's drug store
£% HOT LAKE Taif
(The House of Efficiency)
315 miles east ot Portland on O. R. & N. Railway.
Best equiped Sanatorium and Syrgery 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 Mgr. HOT LAKE, OREGON
GEO. L. CORNELIUS
AUTOMOBILE AND BICYCLE HOSPITAL
Repairing ot all kinds.
Opp. Main Street School OOLFAX
For any sppeial bargain in
I have a buyer. Money to loan in large
or small amounts.
RICHARD 11. REID
102 Main rit. Colfax, Wash, j
1 Whitman Realty and Grain Co. |
xx i*. K. SCH^III, Manager.
GRAIN, HAY, REAL ESTATE, INSURANCE 1
xx Colfax. Wash.
XX =========^^ XX
** No. 100—160 acre*, three-fourths of a mile from Hay station, well
VX improved in every resppct, price |6200 for a short time. xx
XX -Nl)- 101—200 acres 2 toilet from Kiparia, 170 acres good larm land' \\
XX house and tmrn, price $4600 if taken at once. XX
XX No. 102—250 acres all farm land. 170 acres to be in crop, "tra 6ne XX
jXX improvements, 4 miles to town, 10 miles south of Colfax, price f57.50 XX
XX per hctp X X
XX No 103—4K0 ncres all under cultivation. 4 miles from Blackwell, 2XX
i^Y miles south of I'olfax, no improvements. If you want a good piece of - ■
™ land don't hesitate to nee all about this. Price $'»2 50 per acre. **
XX V<()- 104—160 acres, all under cultivation, G miles east of Colfax. good XX
: XX improvements, price $12,400. XX
IXX No. 105—1312 acre*, one-half under cultivation, balance extra good XX
iXX pasture, 2 miles from Benge, on the S P A S., possession at once, price XX
|XX $16 50 per acre. Land summer fallowed last year, now ready for crop. XX
XX No. 106—200 acres all farm land, ready for crop, modern honse and XX.
otuer good improvements, 6 miles from Mockonema, price $67 00 per * *
acre, $2500 cash, balance 10 years.
Xx No 107—960 acres, 4 1* mile* from La Crosse, 500 acres tillable land, y^
XX balance good pasture, small house and barn, spring and well, $16 00
Xx per acre. A snap. XX ♦
XX No. 108—2 acres within the city limits, improved, fruit and berries, x\
XX sidewalk, well, must be sold. $1400. XX
XX No 109—446 acres, 6 miles north of Colfax, 350 acres bottom land, XX
jXX extra good improvements, a great dairy proposition, Inland station on XX
j the place. Get our price on this.
jXX No. 110—320 acres all under cultivation, 4 miles from St. John, good xx
ixx improvements, school on place, a snap at $65 00 per acre. jv
XX No. 111— 320 acres, 240 acres under cultivation, close to Palouse
XX Ciry, fine improvements, price $56 00 per acre. Will trade for 160 V*- >«P
XX louse land with small payment, balance long time. "ifl'.Y
-' No. 112—160 acres 3 miles from WaHhtucna, fine laying land, nice **
improvements, barn 36x42. Give uh $4100 for this and take it. XX
XX No. 113—160 acres, all under cultivation, good improvements, 7xx
XX mileß to railrodd. price $60 00 per acre. South of Colfax. XX
XX No 114—240 acres timber Innd, 200 acres tillable, 40 acres now un- XX
j XX der cultivation, on Kettle river, 10 miles north of Marcus, 1 mile east XX
XX of Baratow station in Stevens eonaty, price $7500. Will take Spokane XX
->X property up to $3500. XX
Xx No. 115— 635 acres, all farm Ihdil. one-half mile from Mockonema, y^
XX *t!fJ Vf'rv '"lr" improvements Now if yoo «r>- looking for sometbing , .
XX K°°d let as tell yoo about this place. Price $72 00 per acre. Finest 55
Xx home in the country. x J
XX No. 116— 300 acres right in tbetown of Diamond, all farm land, no \\
|XX improvements to speak of, bat look i\* rhe price. $67 00 per ncn-. XX
XX No. 117— 300 acres all farm land, l'.j miles from Diamond. This XX
\X place in rir lor a kirm to live in, tl-p owner apparently wanted to hp^ if XX
XX all varities of trees would grow in bis yard fon ooght to a«e it. X^
*-X per acre. yv
xx N To Llß— ll6 npres 7 miles from Btarboek, 50 acres tillable, a^eai XX
jj- x frai! land, price $15 p^r acre, 160 hew* .-,ij .in fog this can be turned in X
XX on r^p Ht *~^ r H('rt'- fl" t'ir'i' land, Hi.tnp improrementa.
XX No 119—120 acres adj lining tbe city limit* f Colfax, 250 fruit trees v v
XX *-room boose, b*irn, a tine dairy, ho^, ebickpn or Irnit farm. (}»t after vv
XX th'M $100 per acre. Will take animproved 160 as part payment. yv
XX No. 120—490 acres one half mile from Pampa, all farm land except XX
XX 18 acres, itood improvements, price $26 per acre. Remember first man XX
XX first served This won't last long at this price \X
No. 121—10 acren one-half mile from rhe center of the town of Pol- XX
- - fax, all bottom land, laying along eidt- of Palouxe river, 5 room house XX
XX hrtrn- near|y ail in frllit L"tH of blue ribbons carried off by the owner xx;
Xx every year. Qiveos $1700 and take it. XX
XX No. 122—8 acres all in cultivation. 100 fruit trees, 4-room house
XX new. other out buildings, adjoining the city limits of Colfax Give us vv
XX $1500 and take it. ' A>
XX F^or further information regarding the land listed above, come in and XX
.\\ P ee uh; call us over the phone, or write us h letter, and we will ijive you XX
XX all the details, name of the party owning the land, numbers of XX
££ the land, in fact anything you want to know. Our list is up to date XV
vv we do not lißt ttnvfhir 'X hut what is actually for sale, and we can Xje|
a.v deliver the stuff when we sell it. "^U
§ HOUSES FOR RENT. OFFICE MACKENZIE BLOC, xl
xx PHONE MAIN 1271 g
Standard Lumber Co.
WOOD AND COAL
Best Quality Prompt Service
D. H. FIDDES, Agent.
PHONE MAIN 21. COLFAX, WASH.
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be given to Job Printing as has alwaya
been the rule. Send in your orders.
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Picture Frames^Art Supplies
R. R. Hutchison Commercial Photcjgmphpt. p
My extreme diffidence and retiring deposition has herptn^,
advertisinc rr,y su^erir.r fin&hticationH a-* an auctioneer hi / Pleated me from
blowing their horns off fur business, it behooves me to'hi T my comPetitorß are
auctioneering ever since my neck has been as lon X as a iff ' l have flowed
have sold horse* ani cowh enough to stock Buffalo Rili'l, • •' durlD X which time I
*tuff that would till all the warehouses in sight and neVnr X* aBl1 ary mmd and other
I did not charge him enough. My nationality is Gem.l rd a man 8»y that
my religion » free thinker, by nature a good blower inTr my PolltiC 8 a Mis«ounan
beauty, and can sell stock higher than any aeroplane tha> aPP«»'ance a perfect
all other auctioneers first; if they let you down try ml T Ifl fared. Please try
your business. * '' l Wlll hold you up. I want
21 Perkins Avenup, Tnlfax, Wash. T r>.^—^^
Phone Red 811 L. STROBEL.