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FROM COUNTY'S BOOKS
List of Instruments Filed for
Record in a Week.
<...\ Patents »ml Ht k«eipt9
United MHtes to Lewis T. Averill, j
■wq -2:* 16-4 U patent.
United State* to Peter McGregor,
tot 1 of 32-23-37, patent; lot 1 of
! 38, patent.
United Stateesto Ciiss B. Hunton. j
tei iwq, *•*.] .- i 28 18-43, patent.
I* ii it. 1 States to Pavid W. Adams-.
swq ft-14-4 "2. patent.
United States to Samuel A. Weit
man, eta neq, eh eeq 18-13-39, receipt.
Anna Walls to Millard W. Zornes,
wb neq, wh *eg 28 17-39, contract,
Marquis W. Pbiney et ux to Ar
thur E. Phinuey, nwq 34-20-40,
Colfax Lodge No. 14, I. O. O. F.,
to L. T. Averill, lot 24, I. O. O. F.
R. A. F. Smytbe to Alice L.
Smythe, tract in Colfax, 81.
E. A. McNall et ux to Ehrman E.
MoNall, nh swq, sh nwq 28-20-40,
County Treasurer to Chris Naff
ziger, lots 11, 12, 13, blk 11, [Gar
den City add, Pullman, 624.
Chris Naffziger et ux to A. B. Wil
liams, lots 11, 12, 13, blk 11, Gar
den City add, Pullman, 8400.
Geo. Severance and wife to Leon
ard Hegnauer, pt lot 5, blk 3, Cam
pns Park add, Pullman, 8400.
Mary E. Jackson to Jos. Lein
weber, uh ueq, neq nwq 24, ewq, pt
wh seq 13-16-40, $10,000.
F. W. Ulrica and wife to Erman
B. McNall, nwq 27-20-40, 81.
|jervis I). Swaonack to Wru. Swan
naek, half iuterest^in swq 14-19-39,
Wm. Swannack and wife to Jervis
]). Swannack, half interest iv nwq
14-19 39, 61.
O. W. R. and N. Co. to North
western Mtg. Co., pt lot 14, blk 2,
Palouse Orchards, 81.
• S. V. Baker to Chas. Slinkard, sev
enth interest in lots 1, 2, seq seq, sh
swq, swq seq, lots 3, 4 of 4, ewq 9
Milwaukee Land Co. to F. M. Par
ish, lot 11, blk 34, Maiden, $150.
J. J. Goodson et ux to Jacob Mil
ler, lots 5, 6, blk 4, College Hill
add, Tekoa, 91.
F. and A. M. Lodge No. 37, to
Jno. Lock, lot 6, blk 19, Mountain
View Cemetery, 625.
Palouse Irrigation aud Power Co.
to Stephen H. Garvin, pt lot 3, blk
2, Palouse Orchards, 8750.
Katie D. Sutherland to Robt. R.
Anderson, lot 9, pt lot 8, blk 55,
Samuel A. Weitman et ux to I. M.
Curtiß. eh neq, eh eeq 18-13-39,
H. M. Buone and wife to Paloase
State Bank, lots 9. 10, blk 21, Wi
ley's 2nd add, Palouse, 61.
Mary Appel and husband to Phillip
Kleweuo, sh seq, sh awq, nwq swq 17,
seq 18-17 42, 61600.
Philip Kleweno and wife to Henry
Litzenberger, tract in seq 18-17-42,
Christian Kleweno et al to Phillip
Kleweno, sh seq. sh swq, nwq swq 17,
seq 18 i 7 42, 816,000.
J. R. Kleweno and wife to Philip
Kleweno, sh seq, sh swq, nwq ewq
17, eeq 18-17-42, 61600.
E. E. Jones to E. P. Deering, lot
10, blk 9, Syndicate add, Albion,
Wni. Collard to B. C. Gregory et
al, pt lot 3 of 5-16-45, lease.
Dot»k C. Reed et ux to D. Crock
ett, lot 13, pt lot 14, blk 22, Oakey
Juo. Grper to Laura E. Greer et
Hi, lot 7, Z. M. Beebe's add, Colfax.
Harry E. Rowan et ux to Edwin
Harold Mante, lots 3, 4, 5, blk 1, H.
J> Smith's Ist add, Endicott, $1765.
Lavlna H. McCounell to Gleu Har
low, wh neq, wh seq 21-16-45, 81.
Clihs. J. Feenan et ux to Glen Har
lcv, wb neq, wh seq 21-16-45, 68400.
Kate Strebioh to Herman Strebich.
Beg, lot» 2, 3, 4 of 29, except, j
pt neq 32-13-46, |1.
Harry Hueer and wife to J. W. j
Janney, lota 5, 6. blk 6, Lombardl^:
add, Te'*oa, 6550.
P. N. Milveuzie et ux to Jas. J.
Rice, lot 3, blk 3, T. H. Shobe'^. l<t
add, LaCrosse, 6HGO.
tas. J. Rice et ux to J. S. Martin
lot 3, blk 3, T. H. Shobe's Ist add',
D. W. Barclay et ux to ,1. A. Pear
eall. eh 32 feet of lot 2, blk 1, Wi
ley's add, Palonse, 61.
Andrew J. Calhoun et ux to Bar
bara Sanders, lota 7, 8, blk 1
Mumm'B 2nd add, Rosalia, $1750.
W. M Chapman to Alice L. Law
eou, lot 9, blk 17, Ist add, Guy cem
Jos. G. Lawrence and wife to O.
W. R. and N. Co., pt lot 12, blk 2,
Palonse orchards, 6200.
Palouse Irrigation and Power Co.
to O. W. R. and N. Co., pt nh lota
COLFAX GAZETTE, COLFAX, WASHINGTON, MARCH 3, 1911.
12, 13, blk '2, Palouse orchards,
I valuable; pt. lots 12, 13, blk 2, Pa
louse orchards, £ valuable; pt lot 13,
blk 2, Palouse orchards, .^valuable
Oakeedale Cemetery Ass'n. to G.
W. Hall, wfa lot 84, blk 3, Oakesdale
! oeDietery, $5.
Chas. O. Wilson aud wife to Staff
i ord Edward iMorrisey, lot 3, blk 14,
Ireaurvey of Steptoe, $50.
C. A. Martin et al to J. P. Morris,
; neq 23-17 39, 83500.
J. K. McCornack and wife to R.
M. Lewis and wile, tract in 36-17-45,
R. M. Lewie aud wife, tract iv
36-17 45, 11.
Jas. C Throop aud wife to J. B.
Schrock, owq 36-18-43, pt nwq 36
--18-43, pt swq 25-18-43, 814,025.
J. B. Schrock and wife to Jas. C.
Tbroop, uudlvided half interest iv pt
5-16-39, pt 4 16-39, $1.
Arthur'Phinuey and wife to Mar
quis W. Phiuuey, nwq 34-20-40,
Jop. Leinweber and wife to Floyd
W. Harris, neq neq, neq nwq 24, swq,
pt wh seq 13-16-40, 84200.
Jos. Leinwebar and wife to Elean
or Truax Harris, nh nwq, nwq neq,
swq swq 28-15-41, 82900.
Jos. Leinweber and wife to Mary
E. Jackson nh neq, neq nwq 24, swq,
pt wh seq 13-16-40, $3300.
M. M. McNall and wife to Pot
latch Lumber Co., lot 8, blk 16,
Rock Lake, $191.
Palouee Country Improvement Co.
to International Mtg. Bank, seq nwq,
neq swq, lots 5, 6, except, 614 45,
Henry A. Glaze et ux to Edw. N.
Hinchliff et al, lots 10, 11, blk 3,
Rose Park add, Pullman, 5550.
Erruan E. McNall and wife to Pa
ciflo Trust Ass'n., Ltd., nwq 27-20
E. L. MoAlister and wife to Pull
man Savings and Loan Ass'n., lot 12,
blk 1, Rose Park add, Pullman,
A. W. Salisbury et al to Holland
Bank, sh nwq, nh swq 22 20-40,
W. J. Sarter et ux to M. D. Hen
ry, lot 15, blk 8, Garden City add,
Fred Christenseu to Vermont Loan
and Trust Co., eeq 27-17-39, 82500.
C. O. Wilson et ux to Jas. C.
Throop, lots 10, 11, 12, blk 46,
Clifford S. West and wife to West
ern and Hawaiian Investment Co.,
nb neq, ub nwq 28 19-41, 82000.
D. Crockett to Doak C. Reed, lot
13, pt lot 14, blk 22, Oakesdale,
Glen Harlow et ux to Jaa. MoCon
nell, wh neq, wh seq 21-16-45, 86400.
Carrie L. Miller to Geo. C. Jewett,
tract in Garfield, 8300.
Minerva J. Nichols to Security
State Bauk, undivided half interest
in eh eh 29-16 45, $3000.
J. B. Schrock and wife to Jas. C.
Throop, nwq 36-18-43, pt swq 25-18
Jacob Axley to C. A. Coston, live
R. A. Blackwelder to Shoudy
Bros., livestock, 2-3 crop on pt neq
Andrew Veuni to Winona Trading
Co., livestock, $235.
Hattie N. Waller to Winona Trad
ing Co., livestock, $50.
J. M. Bflaman to W. L. Potter,
Frank W. Ells to Farmers State
Bauk of Colfax, livestock, $500.
Luther M. Merrick to R. L. Van
nice, livestock, etc., 8300.
C. E. Greene et ux to P. B. Lack,
Harry Benner to J. P. Neirtz, live
stock, 2-3 crop on eh, neq 1-15-40,
neq neq 11-15-40, pt 15-15-40,
G. T. Warren to Jacob Warren,
livestock, implements, machinery, 2-3
crop on seq 28-15-42, nwq 3-14-42,
Adam McNeilly to Huntley Bros.,
John L. Canutt to T. C. Elliott,
livestock, etc., $275.
W. A. Clark to Thos. Carroll, live
stock, etc., 81000.
Clark J. Rice to Pullman State
Bank, livestock, etc., $1000; 2-3
1 crop on nwq 17, eh neq 18, seq seq
I 7, swq swq 8, wh neq 10-3-45, 810C0.
Claude A. James to M. J. Ram-
I baugb, 2-3 crop on swq 36-17-40,
C. H. Banning to Colfax State
ißank, livestock, etc., 6200.
G. G. Troupe to Frank Ayler, live
L. M. Ringer, Jr., to Pullman
: State Bank, livestock, 8375.
W. G. Park to W. L. Walls, live
Ben Thompson to Butler Supply
Co., livestock, $40.
Earl W. Etter to First National
Bank of Ritzvllle, 2 3 crop on pt
2518-40, pt 36-18-40, livestock,
U. S. Inc. Corp. to Adam Kleweuo,
Jesse Banta to J. W. G. Park et
ax, leal mtg.
1. L. E. Howry to Ed Byers, cbat.
Jas. K. Cummins to E. C. Iluuton
et al, lien.
Burgan-Emereon Co. to Eliza J.
Jennings, two real mtgs.
Western Loan and Savings Co. to
Edw. C. liruuer, real mtg.
T. L. Williams to Chas. Zimmer
Jacob Warren to G. T. Warren,
Colfax National Bank to Julia A.
% Phete A. Reaney, admrx , to Hol
mau Griffith, real mtg.
Security State Bauk to Minerva I.
Nichols, real mtg.
Henry Biemback to H. L. Liviug
Bror A. Ehrensward to C. A. Mar
tin et al, partial real iutg.
Wheeler Motter Co. to Geo. Gallo
way, .real mtg.
Jane L. Ede to Yin S. Sweet, real
mtg; tojjFrank Ayler, real mtg.
Richard bonger to Wm. L. Walls,
A. B. Peterman to J. G. Tague,
Bills of Sale
W. H. Melrose to Leong Charm
and Leong Wing, restaurant fixtures,
T. B. English to Jas. A. Saur
baugh, hotel furnishings, $2260.
L. E. Corbett, constaole, to C. E.
Hartigan, livestock, 85.
D. Crockett to Doak C. Reed,
stock of harness, etc, 62892. ,
Conditional Bills of Sale
Oliver Typewriter Co. to W. J.
Shingler, typewriter, $110.
Farmers Supply Co. to E. W.
Smart, harrow, $100.
Farmers Supply Co. to J. J. Biem
back, mill, eto., $80.
W. E. Cavender to T. C. Hunton,
barber outfit, $700.
National Cash Register Co. to Jas.
A. Saurbaugh, register, $17 5.
Whitman Implement Co. to H. W.
Gay, harness, etc., 135.
Whitman Implement Co. to G. W.
Willson, wood saw, etc., $31.
Pacific Land Co. to a Wm. A. Lorn
bard, real mtg.
R. O. Cornelius to Farmers State
Farmers State Bank of Colfax to
Richard M. Smith, real mtg.
Herman Ferchau to Farmers State
Bauk of Colfax, real mtg.
B. Lombard, Jr., to Rose M. Lom
bard, real mtg.
Jas. C. Throop to Farmers State
Bank of Colfsx, partial real mtg.
A. L. Smalley to the public, affi
Kittie C. Foster to the public, affi
P. H. Routzahn vs. Jae. F. Neill et
nx, lot 3, blk 4, Garfleld, lien, $17.
Henry E. Tipler vs. Chas. H. Tip
ler, lis pendens.
Gustaf Helstrom vs. G. T. Childs
et al, lots 2, 11, blk 50, Steptoe,
attachment. ■ $
C. W. Slocum to the public, affi
M. A. Sherman to the public, affi
Palouse County Improvement Co.,
list of officers.
Bror A. Ehrensward to Chas. E.
Scriber, power of attorney.
Colfax State Bank vs. Geo. and
Dora Middaugh, lis pendens.
Potlatoh Lumber Co. vs. C. Peter
son, neq seq 29-20-30, $44.
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• y i'r< ss
.Miss Eunice Oasser was a "sorter'
old maid, but it was not her fault
Abner Jackson, who was a "sorter"
old bachelor, bad been courtim
for flve years without actually pi ; ■
the question, she liv.ti with her
owed mother in the village, and he
worked a little farm jusl
Abner wasn't lazy Be was just a
good natured poke of a man !I>> was
going to get married some day. bui
there was no hurry about it. He al
ways talked as if he intended to marrj
Eunice, but he didn't come down to
details. He didn't ask her to name
the day and arrange the bridal t. v
Eunice liked Abner and bore with aim,
but she was getting rather tired of i'
when her Aunt Hannah came on a
visit. Aunt Hannah saw Abner two
or three times, understood his nature
and then said to her niece:
"Look here, you've got a poke of n
man hanging around after you. and it
may be ten years more before he'll
say anything about marriage. Are
you going to put up with it or do
"Why, auntie, what can I do?"
"Get mad at him and make him
think he's going to lose you"
"Ho only laughs when I get mad."
"Then set in and criticise his feet,
his nose, his eyebrows. Tell him that
he's the homeliest man you ever saw."
"I don't think he'd mind it at all."
"Didn't you ever see him show any
"Not a bit. lip was run over by a
drove of hogs once and got up lanirh
ing. No, you can't make Abner mad
He's a poke, but an awfully good
"And are you going to keep right on
for the next fifty years, are you?"
One afternoon three or four days
later a vinegar barrel with one head
out was left at the house by the grocer
to be used as a rain barrel. The house
stood on quite a hill, and there was a
sharp slope down to the village street.
About the hour Abner usually appear
ed Eunice was sent on an errand to
the other side of the village, and when
the "poke" arrived Aunt Hannah was
the one to greet him. She took him
to the corner of the house where the
barrel stood and promptly began:
"See here. Mr. Jackson, you've been
dawdling around here for years. What
are you after?"
"Why—why"— lie stammered as ho
leaned up against the house and could
say no more.
"Oh, you can't tell! I knew you
couldn't. You've come here almost ev
ery night in the week for'months and
years and squatted yourself down, and
what for? Your talk can't interest
anybody. The sight of you isn't in
spiring. If I was Eunice I'd just as
soon have a wooden man around. And
yet you come and squat and squat. I
ask you, sir, what you mean by such
"I—l guess I'll pro home," answered
Abner. who was too astonished to see
"And I guess you won't." said Aunt
Hannah, •"at least not until you have
explained yourself. I've been looking
at you. If I had a cow as homely as
you are I'd knock her in the head with
the ax. Hump shouldered, bowlejryed
and feet like an elephant, and yet you
come here and squat around and take
up a girl's time! Why, man, what can
you think of yourself?"
"11l never come again!" exclaimed
Abner iv a changed voice.
"That's pood. That's what I want
ed to hear you say. Go and squat
somewhere else. Go and find the home
liest girl in the country to match you.
The tirst timo 1 saw you I knew you
was a poke of a man and you hadn't
grit enough to push a toad off its nest."
"Woman, be careful! If you aggra
vate me too much" —
"Aggravate an old poke! Why. man,
it would take you three years to pet
mad. even if you started in tonight."
The nexi thing she knew she was
beins lifted off her feel in Abner's
strong amis and deposited in die bandy
barrel. Before she could yelp twice
the barrel was whirled on its side
and given a kick to stari it down the
slope. It took an erratic course. It
ran to the right a few feet and then
shied to the left. It stopped for a
moment at a gooseberry bush and
then dodged and jumped dear over a
crabapple tn c. There were yelling and
screaming from the Inmate of the bar
rel, but Aimer stood and watched the
circus and shouted back:
"I'm a poke, am 1? I'm a squatter,
am \'l I've : -,,»i bowlegs and humped
shoulders and feet like an elephant:
Gol dura your bide, roil on!"
And the barrel rolled, and Aunt Han
nah rolled, and ucHhcr >>f them atop
ped rollinji tut the barrel crashed
through the fence aud brought np
Rgainst ii vh.idc ire- tv t!u- street, No
nut- was kiiici \,. bttnea w.-r.- broken
Aunt Ha ninth . r.pi nut nnd up to the
hou! c and " a-, |uhl Bntah< >i \\ Ith the
last of die urn tea when MUts. Eunice
came iv lUlug in w Xli l HtHiMti tic- (
< ■ \ i I a i i n
"i w .1-, . .iMiinr but i. borne uitt i
Mir! A liner ■ 11:■ 1 In- v r IH,■ . I
:iini hr grabbed iu>- !m ibe m md
1 till he'd break raj n«ck v i didn't
right to the preacher's nod be mar
Tied !im! miml'
"And \"U wi-nt?"
"Yen, mill ire w <•!•.• married i bad
to be. Aliiii-r ain't v poke tiny more.
but the iwfulest, determtnwlwii nan
you ever beard Of Wti\. lUttti*, he
told mo to tell \ i»ii that >»>u COttld k»>
to thunder and !><• domed t<> yvaV
REAL ESTATE, LOANS ANO INSURANCE
Our Blogan for many years has been
Bargains for Bayers
= — =and
Buyers for Bargains
If you want Wheat, Stock, Timothy or Fruit Land,
we have it.
Others come and go—we stay torever.
Offices Colfax and Spokane.
Listen! Don't Read This
I am going to make you a proposition to see the
AT MY EXPENSE
To everyone that will buy 10 acres at Pasco, through me, I
will allow all of the expenses from any point in Whit
man County to Pasco and return, on the first payment on the
land. It will cost you nothing only your time, if you buy.
NOW IS THE TIME TO SEE PASCO.
E. J. TRAMILL
Authorised Bale Agent
OAKEBDALE, - - WASH.
I Whitman Realty I
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xx that are looking for investments and homes. £x
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XX if it is for sale or trade, for a few months. ' xx
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