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GIMME THE OLD COOK STOVE!
y, ■ • lr furnace,
I h the wall;
i! ;it all;
Tt.' •' steam 1.. at,
But i preachln 1
It' I ove fur mine.
Gin ■ i cook stove!
\\ ;■ ■ try,
moi t to luist.
Glim. "'k StOVe
' - oven nice an' hot.
■Bo ; \ ■ i> Kit (in' chilly
\f t .- : ■■ ■ i nil to liit the spot.
t '■!.• r<»ui In' i ook stove,
Witli ■ brown
An ' ; onhoss,
Qbntnc t!..i ole red cracked cook stove!
w • Its grate,
M<" an' mother In our rockers,
Win ii the ltti.r late. •
C M. BARNITZ.
THE WHITE EMBDEN GOOSE.
If Toulouse geese did not beget
vliite spurts we might believe the
German legend that a wild white
■wan Hew down, mated with a gray
gander, nesx], and hence the White
The Dutch arc goose epicures, eat
Bg over a million a year, but to Eng
lish gander geniuses goes the credit of
Improving the Embden, and then
American rooster tinkers put on the
finish when they bred oul foreign col
or. the dewlap, the deformed, fatty
abdomen, and gave the fowl more
pace, egg capacity and finer flesh.
While is a la mode for poultry to
day, and the White Embden lits this
America is entering the goose era.
and this is only the turning of a page
in goose history.
Classic Homer sucked a goose drum
stick. Caesar carried his "goose pot"
ÜB&jjß^ __ ■;' if-* ' fag
« HI 1 B KMRDEN liAMU.K
Blnm: to Gaul, and fashionable France
ii"\v revels i;t fat goose liver and gar
■"• S<> don't sidestep, for goose is
BOW the po and White Kmbden the
•bole show. ■
Wild geesi- pair, but we nature fak
•» have made poultry polygamous, so
mate up your Embden gander to four
:it> do this months before
breeding season. Geese sometimes
li\i> khi years and breed well to twen
tj"-ti\e. but after that they get too
hivy and the ganders dangerous.
Hales from two to five years and
peese from two to twelve breed best.
''iiiiiiftrs art* dog haters. So to tell
*x[j*uk put Fido in the coop and
jiem go for him while the
lleuf Embdens are pure white; eyes
arp bine; bills, shanks, feet deep or
Tbe gander is larger than the goose,
*>ut sliuuM be about same in shaj>e.
They should be massive, compact.
d<*P. with broad Hat back. full, wide,
r "'ino. breast, long massive neck, large
bp:'d. strong, round thighs, short, stout
shanks, straight toes, big flappers.
RMBDEN STANDARD WEIGHTS.
A«ul! >;:i- : ,i, ■• 20 Adult Roose IS
loung gandei is Young goose 16
Don't ki k. Man is said to descend
r"Ul Hi" ■: • . not the mule; but, if
trU(i. it d< es not pay in this progres
-8IV <? day to play the monkey or be a
forgei if you are starting an
it single comb White Leg
train are ii for eggs
rnia to Maine.
r> """< : iss by Light Brahmas if you
Bre miKing capons. They reach the
*«* that takes the prize.
sneeze at White Wyandottes
*lie!- :■ a have broilers In view. They
Wckly plump, are yellow ton.
r!^ 1 I<<vl> a I'"nltl'.v menagerie
'in.ii ks, buckwheats,
jßf* ami cockadoodledo — such a
**stofiierution: What a hullabaloo!
COLFAX GAZETTK, COLFAX, WASHINGTON^ M VHCH 3, 1911
THE LAND OF
In her parlor, small but neat
Edna Gray looks fair and sweet.
« HOLE the summer through she wears
jv-vei- mussed or marred by tears
r 1 h, oil-!i • ■■ and play
Like two children blithe ai d ■- . ..
On the ONK she playa and
In naj heart she touches strings
rhat respond to i ■.. .->- touch,
For i lov< hr, oh, bo much!
Then, when TWO the last swe< I 'train
1 take up the old refrain:
"Much I love you, Edna Gray
th< n dd i ■ : v."
'"A i < n the , . f
Then," she .
No. I:^s.—lces For Many.
I. V\'ii;ii ice in for h judge? 2. A
gyman? 3. A ] ian'M. A deutist?
5. A politician? <;. a di rV 7.
A miser? 8. A gambler? 9 V I
LO. A cat?
Take away the lirss two letl rs of a
substance used for stiffening and leave
a curved suppori in architecture.
Take away tu> first two let! ts of a
word which means "old" aud leave a
Take away the first two letters of a
word meaning "little" and le&\ c c
No. I?37.—Numerical Enir•. rr n.
T am composed of twenty-four let
ters and spell the name of a famous
English poetess. My IT. is. 19, 20, 21
is a color; my 13, 11. l.~> is a trouble
some animal; my !». 7. r>, -j. s, 9 j<
soundness of body; my 11!. L"J. '_':;, ill
is a t^n^ef ornament: my 4. 1. 6, 12. "1
is an animal that is related to the ass;
my 10, ::. 24 is large, and my 16, 14, a
is a beverage.
No. 1208.—Concealed Word Square.
(One word la concealed in each couplet.)
Do see the man standing nearby all alone.
Well, he is the bravest at everything
The novel is tame. Now the story we've
I know you'll agree when you pondei •
Who would to a postal entrust such a
I'll have to reform and send letters by
Should Ada mend every small thing she
'Twould give me the leisure to settle my
He's not a pretender. I noticed your
Just wait till you hear what he's done
that's worth while.
The whole villase interest centers in him.
Beside his bright exploits our doings ar«j
No. 1209.—Pictured Word.
caw. n^^ y<
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What part of a watch is represented?
There's ;i very large family,
Well known to you,
Whose children, all told.
Are two dozen and two.
They dwell safe at home
Between sheets, under cover.
Yet they travel in compani
All the world over.
They speak without, tongues,
And they go without motion.
Th<-y Hash through the air,
And they skim the wide ocean.
Indeed, should we lose
These two dozen and two
Life would be a strange matter
For me and for you.
— Youth's Companion.
No. 1211. —Hidden Stones.
1. This is my first book, my second
will appear later.
2. Will you pop all this corn?
My first a sheet of water Is,
My second an exclamation.
My third ia what fishermen use,
And my whole defends a nation.
Key to Puzzledom.
Xo. 1194.—Diamond: P, bat. paper.
No. 1195.—Acrostic: February.
No. 111X5.—Beheadings: Shoe, m-ark,
No. 1197.—Concealed Double Acros
tic: Cleveland, Lancaster. Cross
W'nr.ls: Colonial. Lucretia, emblazon,
volcanic, effluvia, lifeless, abstract
Ko. 1198. Charade: Man. hat. tan,
No. 1199.— Anagram: Nightmare,
No. 1200.— Decapitation: Blow, low.
No! 1201.- Hidden Kinds of Paper:
Note. wall, tissue, tracing.
No. 1202. - PuMle Picture: Sand
No. 1203. Numerical Enigmas: 1.
Fort revenue, heft, savor. Lars -"For
tune favors the brave.- 2. Whet. is.
his. fat. her, tot. the. th«agh-"The
wish Is father to the thought."
k arm and
TREATMENT OF SEED CORN.
Proper Methods, According to Wash
ington Authority on the Cereal.
In farmers' bulletin No. 415, on
"Seed Corn." C. P. Hartley, one of the
corn experts of the United States de
partment of agriculture, asserts that
the s i me day se d corn is & ii hered I ':■■
busked ears should be put i. a dry pla< c
where there is free < Irculai i< a o
and pi iced In su< h a man r i brtl the
ears do d«1 tou h each oi lie \ This is
the 01 re. Tfi ' v.
bas repc-i Ily se< :
lici-ai:^,- ii was thoi
dry enough wheu gathered and thai
Sxv.' ■■*-..' - *ft[icr3*T''*^i - •"■■' ■ ,".'v " *_-. , / \Yj9^mp
IDEAL MKTHOI> OF TREATING RF.EI> OOBN.
[.From bulletin of United States depart-
ment of agriculture.j
the precaution mentioned above was
unnecessary. Many fanners believe
that their autumns are so dry that
sii. h care is superfluous. Seed corn in
every locality gathered at ripening
time will be benefited by drying as
suggested. If left in the husk lon
after ripening it may sprout or mil
dew during warm, wet weather or be
come infested witli weevils.
The vitality of seed is often reduced
by leaving it in a suck or In a pile for
even a day after gathering. During
warm weather, with some moisture in
the cobs and kernels, the ears heat or
mildew in a remarkably short time.
The best possible treatment immedi
ntely after gathering is shown in the
illustration. Binder twine will sup
port fifteen or twenty ears on a string
arranged in the manner illustrated.
Ordinarily the best place to hang these
strings of ears is in an open *hed or
Permanent seed racks, with a sepa
rate eompartmi 'it Cor each oar. are
more convenient than the use of binder
twine, am! when they are located in a
dry, breezy place the ears dry success
There arq no unskhtly ash heaps
on the farm of the man who knows
the r !■ , lue.
Keeping Away Moies.
1 have noti ed that moles will avoid
tarred corn put in holes. It occurred
to in.' to guard pumpkins, squash and
similar crops In this same way. 1
tarred stones, chips and corncobs well
with gas tar and placed them about a
foot below the surface, so the roots
did not come in contact with the tar.
and for several years 1 have had no
trouble with moles, bugs or grubs.—
Forcing the molt by starving the
bens is not considered a good practice.
Clean the coops thoroughly before
you put them away. Get them under
cover, too. if you can. They will last
so much longer
Two parts lard and one part turpen
tine will often cure "liniberneck" in
the afflicted bird if discovered in time
and the remedy given promptly.
Ducks intended for breeding should
be separated from those intended for
market. It will be an advantage if
they can have plenty of range and
Cot hay Into about one inch lengths
and pour enough hot water on it near
ly to cover. Allow it to stand over
night and feed in the morning. Feed
about three times a week during win
Warm wheat for breakfast makes
the Biddies shell out the eggs.
Fresh air is all right for the hens,
but not when it is sifted through knot
ftoles and tracks between the boards.
Meat meal anil beef s. rap are rich
in protein and mineral matter and es
pecially desirable for molting hen.-:
md pullets kept for layers. Where
insects are not abundant meat in
tome form should supply a portion of
A\-.' rations of laying hens.
If the roosts in the henhouses arc
aigh the heavier birds are almost sure
to suffer from bruised feet, commonly
known as bumblefoot This is caused
by jumping from the roost to the hard
===== TO THE —
If yo'i were reasonably hupp of in<TeHKin X the profit of pnch o! your
cowt At tbe rate ol right or t-n dollara each year aodol deo»arin«yoor
own work each (my hy uning a
Sharpies Tubular Cream Separator
you would frit op and take do**. This can and in beln X done V,,.
can prove it hv trying a Tubular at our expenw. No obligation to
boy il it do,-. Dot make good. The secret ia in the cooetroctioo ol the
machine. Try one.
Colfax Implement Company
Pbone Main 821 fOLPAX. WASH.
Notice to Creditors
Notice is hereby given by ti>e undersigned,
general administrator <>f the estate ol Fames
woodley, decexsed, to the creditors of ai
persons having claims ajtainst said dec< ased or
hiseßtate and to the creditors of an.i all per
sons having ciaims against the Dufcty Mercmi.
tile Company, h co-partnenhip ol whtch de
ceased was h membei to c hibit theli
claims, with the nec< s-ary vouchers t • m us
said administrator in parson, at Colfaz. Wssh
n, iir in Banna & Hanna, attornej s at law,
and attorneys for saifi estate, at theii ofl
Colftix. Washington, at which office the busi
ness of said estate will he transacted. a;j ] to
present surh claims within one year aft> r the
date oi the first publication of this notice to
wit: within one year after the 3rd day of Feb
Administrator of the estate oi James Woodley,
.Notice of bettlem^nt of Final
In the superior court of Whitman county.
state of Washington
In the matter ol the estate of Margaret Grady,
Notice is hereby given that k. H. Lacey.
administrator de boms hod of the estate of
Margaret Grady, deceased, has rendered and
presented for settlement an*l filed in said court
hi* final account of hi« administration of gMd
estate, and that Saturday, the 25th day of March,
I9H, at the hour of 10 o'clock a m. of "said day, at
the court room of said court, in the city of
Colfax, Whitman county, state of Washington,
has been duly appointed by the said court for
the settlement os said account, at which time
and place any person interested in said es
tate may appear find file his exceptions in writ
ing to said account »ud contest the same.
Dated Feb 23 rd, 1911
GBO H NEWMAN, Clerk.
Hy I) 1.. Kemi'Eß, Deputy.
Hanna & Hanna, attorneys for estate.
Oidor to Show Cause Why Decree
of Distribution Should Not
In the superior court of Whitman county
state of Washington.
In the matter of the estate of Margaret
On reading and tiling the petition of R H.
Laeey, administrator de bor is r.on of the
estate of Margaret Grady. deceased, setting
forth that he has tiled his lhial account of
his administration of the eßtate of said de
ceased in tt.is court, and that the same is
now in a condition to be closed, and the
residue thereof distributed to the heirs
and leg-tees entitled thereto; that all
the debts and expenses of admin
istration have been duly paid, and
that a portion of said estate remains
to be divided among the persons entitled there
to and praying among other th.ngs for an order
of distribution of the residue of said estate
among the persons entitled.
it is ordered that all persons interested in the
estate of Margaret Grady, deceased, be and
appe«r before the superior conn of Whitman
county, state of Washington, at the court room
of said court, at 'olfax, in said county and state
aforesaid, on Saturday, the 25th day of March,
1911, at 10:15 o'clock am., then and there to
show cause why an order of distribution should
not be made of the residue of said estate among
the heirs and legatees of said deceased, ac
cording to law.
It is further ordered that a copy of this order
be published for four successive weeks before
the shM 25th day of March. 1911, in the Col
fax Gazette, a newspaper printed and published
in whitman county, state of Washington.
Dated Feb. 23rd, 1911.
State of Washington, county of Whitman, rb.
I, Geo. H Newman, county clerk aiid clerk
of the superior court ol Whitman county, state
of Washington, do hereby certify that the tore
going is a full, true and correct copy of an order
made hi,<l entered of record upon the minutes
n? ihe said superior court
Witimss my hand and official seal affixed, this
23d Jay ol February, 1911,
GEO. H NEWMAN. County Clerk.
(Seal) By D. L Kkmtek Deputy.
In the superior court of the stßte of Wash
ington, in and for the county of Whitman.
In the matter ol the guardianship ol the es
t:i!e ot Metha l^ \kins a minor.
To Methit L. Akius and to all persons inter
Pursuant to the order of the court, of this
daie. you and each of you aiui all persons in
terested In the appointment of a guardian of
the estate of Meiha L. Aknis, a minor owr the
Hgt> of 14 years, nre hereby notified that R. H.
Lacey of Coifax, Washington, has made and
nil .1 in the above entitled court a petition for
letters of guardianship to is-suo to hira upon
tne estate of Bald minor, and the court has
list il the lfctn day of March. 1911, at ten o'clock
a. m. as the time, and the court room of said
court at ('olfax. Washington, aB the place for
the hearing of said petition, and you and ail
persons interested as aforesaid are hereby fur
ther notified and directed to be and appear be
fore the said above entitled court at said stated
time and place and then show cause, if any
tberf be, why said R. H. Lacey should not be
appointed in accordance with said application.
That this notice shall be published for four
weeks, towit: five successive issues next before
said hearing, in the ' olfax Gazette, a newgpa
per primed and published aud of general circu
lation in Whitman county, state of Washington.
As witness the Hon. Thomas Neill judge of
the above entitled court, and the seal of said
> aurt hereto attached, this 15th day of Febru
(Seal) GEO. H NEWMAN,
Clerk of Court.
Notice to Creditors.
In the superior court of the state of Wash
ington, in and for Whitman county.
In the matter of the estate of Anna L
Notice is hereby given by the undersigned,
the administrator of the estate of Anna L.
Vedder, deceased, to the creditor* of, and all
persons having claims against said deceased,
to present their claims, with the necessary
vouchers, within one year after the 24th day
of February, 1911, the same being the date of
the first public >tion of this notice, at the office
of J. N. Pickrell in the city of Colfax, Whit
man county, state of Washington, the same
being the place for the transaction of the busi
ness of said estate
Dated this the 21st day of February, 1911.
Administrator of the estate of Anna
L Vedfier, deceased
Notice to Creditors to Present
In the superior court of the sta'e of Washing
ton, iv a:.d for the county of Whitman.
Iv the maiter of the estate of August Harer,
deceased. . .
Notice is hereby given by the undersigned,
the executrix of the will of August Harter,
deceased, to the creditors of and all persons
having claims against said deceased, to present
their claims, with the necessary vouchers, wlth
i in one year after 3rd day of v arch, 1911.
the same beine the date of this notice and the
j date of the first publication thereof, to said
I executrix at her residence on the east half of
i tbe southeast quarter of section thirty three,
i (33) t-wnship sixteen (16). north of range
I forty-four (44) E. W. M., in the county
of Whitman, state of Washington, the same
being the place of the transaction of the
business of said estate.
Date of this notice and of the first publication
thereof. March 3,1911. BEETHA HARTER>
Executrix of the will of August Harter,
R. L. McCroskey, attorney for execut:ix.
Application Nob. r,,sci-7'.iit;-7942
Notice of Sale of State Lands.
»£lock in the forenoon and four o'clock In ,',
at iSmMS in Ihe
Ington. the following described stafe lands to
Mdde^tnlrefo ar.t'crwi i t C: aU(ltlon tO *•"«»*«
m», , A [.plication No 6801.
m , f e-v Al)Tllication No. 7916.
appraised at $8104 00. *"iprovementt
vi7i * Application No. 79*2
42 e«s 4t°w ßeM tU'n *«P»«»WP 20 north range
%&&&& 40° m ssasass:
• Said lands will be sold 'or not less than thP
appraised value above stated and n he
terms and conditions folio wing: l
Terms and Conditions, of Salr —Not 1p b than
?K c"^ entb ? f the Purchase price must be ua dat
the time of sale to the officer ma king th sale
The purchaser, if he be not tl" ovvn.T of U -
improvements, must forthwith pa?To the officer
\ nine of the improvements, as above stated
One-tenth of the purchase prtoe miwt b" na«l
annually thereafter on the first day of March of
each year, with interest on all de erred nay
WrthA'^fh™ 16 °f 5f x Per centum per an^fm,
together with accrued interest on any ba ance
raav enmK. ef" a |tP: IJrovi''e". Th"f anyypur,-h"«r
m»> make full payment ot principal. Interest
and sututory fees at any time and obtaindeedor
state patent. The parehaser of land conS^ine
umoer or other valuable materials is , r"hib ed
by law from cutting or removing anyVich tim
beror materials without Qn-t obtaining conwm
of the commissioner of Public Lands or the
Board untu the full amount of the purchase
price has been paid and deed issued purcnase
All sales of state lands are made Mibiect to
era'lsT.fwor'! 8 °/ °ilR ' **"»' ™«- o"es min
erals and fossiH of every name, kind and de
■crptlon, and to the additional terms and con
ditions prescribed in the art of the legislature
•^We ftS r^7 1907 'bein*Bee 3 of eh«"
ihe above described lands arc offered for sale
n pursuance of an order of the board of state
and commissioner*, and an order of s»'e duly
B,,n£ i and, C7 ll Hed by the of
KtM the state of Washington now on
county county auditor of said
ALJ E W. RO^i!
f ommissioner of Public Lands.
A resolution of the city couucil of the city
of Colfax, Washington, declaring its intention
to improve Mill Btreet, begicnhig at the south
M(ie of Park street, thence south on the sai i
Mill street to the sooth side of ranvon street;
also Island street, between Main street and
Mil! street; also Upton street, between Main
street and Mill street; also Wall street, he
tweeu Maiu .street and .'''fill street; also Spring
street, between Main street and Mill street;
also Canyon street, between Main street anl
.Vill Htnet; also the alhy between Main street
and Mil street, from the south side of Island
s reet t'> the north side of Canyon street, all
"f "A'l] -' '■' and •>: y being iv the city of
I'.e it resolved by the city council of it c city
of Colfax, Washington, that it is the inteoti n
of said council to improve Mill street, i.egiti
ning at the south Bich of Park street, thence
smith on the raid Mill i-treet t > tne s ,uth tide
of Csnyon street; also Island street, between
Main street and Mill street; also Upton
Btreetjbstween Main et-eet and Mill streer;
also Wall street, between Maiu stre t and'
Mill street; also Spring street, between Main
stnet and .Mill street; also Canyon stre-r, b -
V.am street aud Mil! street; »Ud the alley be
tween Main street and Mill «tret, from a
point on the south side of Island street to the
north side of Canyon street, all of said street
and alley being in the city of Colfax, Wash
ington. And that it is the intention of said
council to improve said streets and alley by
paving, curbing, and const ucting gutters
That the estimated costs of said improve
ment is §17,550.00.
That the costs of said improvement and the
interest thereon to accrue, together with the
cost of the improvement in the space< formed
by the junction of two or more streets, or
where one main street terminates in or
crosses another m»in street, also all necessary
street crossings or crossways at corners or in
tersections of streets, shall be assessed against
the property abutting on said streets and
alley so proposed to be improved, and included
in an assessment district hereafter to be es
tablished by ordinance.
Fe it further resolved that any person de
siring to protest against said improvement
may file such protest, in writing, with Howard
Bramwell, city clerk for s ud city, at his office
iv the Pioneer building, on or before the 6th
day of March. 1911, or at the city hall at the
hour of 8 o'clock p. m., at which time and
place any p-otests will be considered by said
council of the said city of Colfax, Washing
Be it further resolved that the city clerk
cause this resolution to be publiihed in the
Colfax Gazette, the city paper, in two consec
utive woes thereof, before the said Gth day of
Passed this 20th day of February. 1911
Attest: E. W, WKIXBERG,
Howard Bramwkll. Mayor.
(Seal) City (Jerk.
Notice of Settlement of Final
In the superior court of the state of Washing
ton, in and for the county of Whiiman.
In the matter of the estate of Mary Ann Trum
Notice is hereby given that Sarah E. Ingles,
administratrix of the estate of Mary Ann Trum
ble, deceased, has rendered and presented for
si-rtlemeDt to. ami Sled in the superior court of
the state of Washington, in and for Whitman
county, her final account as such administra
trix, and that Monday, the 13ih day of March.
1911. at 11 o'clock a. m.. at the court room of our
Raid superior court, in the city of Colfax, in said
Whitman county has been duly appointed by
our said tapeitoi court, for the settlement of
the final account, at which time and place any
person interested iv said estate may appear
aud tile his exceptions in writing to the said
final account, and contest the same.
Witness, the Hon. Thomas Neill, Judge of the
superior court, and the seal of said court af
rixed this 7th day of February, A. D. 1911.
(Seal) Ge<>. H. Newman,
County Clerk and Clerk of the Superior Court.
Order to Show Cause Why Sate of
Real Estate Should Not Be
In the superior court u[ (be state of TTartltns
ton, in -mil for whitnimi county
In the mattarof the guardianship of ttie par.
son ami estate ol Roscoe B. Westacott, a minor
William w. Wetitaoott. KtiartUn of the parson
ami estate ol Rotroe B Wettacott a minor,
having tiled nil jH-tiii.>ii herein duly verified
praying for an order of N K '.e of the real estate ol
Mid minor described In said petition, for the
purposes therein set forth.
Lt la therefore ordered br the court that Mid
minor and all parties interested In said minor
or In the estate ol said minor appear b (.- I
above entitled court on the 4th 'lay ol Marcti
lyn, at i! o'clock ol uid Ihv af the oonrt room
d court ai the Whitman nonuty court
house In the city ol Colfaz, Whitman county,
mate of Washington, to »how cause, if any they
why an order should not be granted to
said gu r.iirfii to m . the ' ■ estate ol said
minor al private Kale, and that a copy of this
order be published *t least four §ucci
weeks in the Colfas Q. ••■■■. a weekly new*
paper printed and published In Colfaz, Whit
man county. s!at>> of Washington
Dated ihiH the .'Wih day ol January, l HI
H M. LOVE, (dun Commissioner.
State of Washington, county oj Whitman, v
1 Go. H Newman, clerk of the superior
if the Mate of Washington lor Whitman
county do hereby certify that the al>ov.- »nd
foregoing is a true ami correct ropy oi Ordei
to Show Cause in the above entitled cause, ■■
the same now appears on file and o record In
in testimony whereof, I hare hereunto h-i
my hand and affixed the seal of laid court this
:Ust <Ihv of .lamiarv, mil.
GEO H. NEWMAN, County Clerk.
Notice to Creditors to Present
In tliesuperior court of the state <>f Washing
ton mi and :or the count; ->f Whitman.
In the matter of the estate cl John Terhune,
Notice Is hereby given by th« anderslfned,
the executor of the will <>f John Terhune. de
ceased, to the creditors of and all persons hav
ing chinas against said deceased to present
rneir claims, with the nnro— nrj roocbi ra,
within one year niter rhi- ;l ( )hv oi February,
1911, the flame being the date f this notice and
tbedateof the first publication thereof, to sail
executor, at the to. ohn -tate Bank. In the
town of St. John, Whitman CountT, Washing
ton, the smile tuinx the place of the trans
action of the t ualnest ol said estate
Date of this notice and >>r tht rir«t publica
tion thereof, February 8, 1911.
Executor of the will of Joim Terhuue, de
K. L McCroskey, Attnrnev for Execulor
Notice to Creditors.
Notice is hereby given by the undersigned,
administratrix of the estate of Mary A. Kincher,
deceased, to the creditor! of and all persons
having claims against said leceued or against
«aid estace.to exhibit and present them to I'has.
L. » hamberltn. at his office in Colfax, Wash.,
where the businets of said estate will b ■ trans
acted, within one year after the date of the
first publication of this notice.
Date of the first publication February 17 1911
ANNA M. CHAMBEKLin.
Administratrix of the estate of Mary A. Kin
< her, deceased.
Cnas L. Cuamberlln, attorney for estate, Col
Notice to Creditors.
Notice is hereby Riven by the undersigned,
administratrix of the estate or W. K. Johnson,
deceased, to the creditors of and all persons'
having claims against the said deceased or his
fitaff, to exhibit them, with ihe necessary
voucherH, to me an said administratrix at my
residence iv Colfax, Washington, or at the office
of Haiina &. Haima. attorneys at law and attor
neys for said estate, in Colfaz, Washington,
where the business of said estate will be trans
scted, and to present such claims within one
year after the date of the first publication of
thin notice to wit: within one year after the
17th day of February, 1911
MARY A. JOHNSON,
Administratrix of the estate of W. R. Johnson,
Order to Show Cause Why De-
cree of Distribution Should
Not Be Made.
In the superior court of the state of Washing
ton, in and for the county of Whitman.
in the matter of the estate of Mary Ann
On reading and filing the petition of rfarah
K. Ingles, administratrix of the estate of Mary
Ann Truinble, deceased, and praying among
other things for an order of distribution of the
residue of said estate among the persons there
It is ordered, that all persons interested in
the estate of the said Mary Ann Trumble, de
ceased, be and appear before the superior court
of the state of Washington, for the county of
Whitman, at the court room of said court, in
the court house in said Whitman county, on
Monday, the Wth day of March, 191 Lat 11
o'clock a m., then and there to show cause
why an order of distribution should not be
m ide Of the rtsHue of said estate among the
heirs of the deceased, according to law
If is further ordered, that a copy ol this order
be published tor four successive weeks, before
the said 13ibday ol March, [811, In trie rolfax
Gazette, a newspaper printed and published in
the said Whitmau county.
Judge of the Superior court.
Dated February 7, 1811.
of Washington, county ot Whitman—si.
i Geo. H Newman, clerk of the snperior
il the state of Washington, for Whitman
county, do hereby certify tna! ihe abore and
>ing is a true anfl correct copy of Order
to Show Cause in the above entitled cause, hs
the same now appear! on'file and o record in
my ofli c.
In testimony whereof, I tiave hereunto opt my
hand and afltaea the teal of said court this 7th
day (it Frin v irv. lLiii.
[skall liEO. H NEWMAN, County Clerk.
Order to Show Cause.
In the superior court of tlie state of Washing
ton, in and for Whitman county.
In the matter of A. B Baker and Mary J.
Baker, his wife, trustees for the creditor! and
stockholders of A B Baker & 'ouipany, a cor
A B. Baker and Mary J. Bhker, his wife,
trustees for the creditors aud stockholders of
A. B. Baker A: Company, a corporation hereto
fore dissolved by limitation, having filed their
petition herein, duly verified, setting lorth that
said corporation was dissolved by limitation of
its charter on the — day of November, 1907, and
that they as the sole and only stockholders of
said corporation at the time "f its dissolution
took possession of the assets of said corporation
out of which they paid all of the debtn of said
corporation and claims there against, after
which there was left remaining in their possess
ion of the assets of said corporation to be dis
tributed to the stockholders of said corporation
that certain piece or parcel of real estate sit
uate, lying and beintc in Whitman county, state
of Washington, and describe 1 an follows, to-wit:
Lots one and two of block for.y-seven (41) o r t^e
original plat oi the town of Pullman, and further
alleging in said petition thai they, thej-aid A. b.
Baker and Mary J Baker, his wife, being the
sole and only stockholders of said corporation
at the time of its dissolution that the real estate
herein described vested in them in fee after the
payment of the debts and charges aeainst said
corporation, and that they are entitled to a de
cree of the above entitled court decreeing the
said A. B. Baker and Mary J. Baker to be the
owners in fee o! the real estate herein and In
said petition described, free, clear and exempt
from any and every clairr of the creditors and
stoekh<Jlderß of said corporation and of all per
sons claiming by, through, or under them or
any of them.
It is therefore ordered that March 4th, 1911. at
the hour of 10 o'clock a. m of said day at the
court room of the Whitman county court house
in the city of Colfax, Whitman county, state of
Washington, is the time and place fixed for the
hearing of said petition and the creditor! and
stockholders and all parties in any way in
terested in said corporation are hereby notified
to be and appear at said true and place to show
'■ai;<e. if any they have, why the prayer of said
petitioner! should not te granted, and that
notice of the time aud place of the hearing of
said petition he given t>y the clerk of the above
entitled court by the publication of a copy of
this order in the Colfax Gazette, a wet-kiy news
paper printed and published in Colfax, Whit
man county, state of Washington, for the period
of eight weeks immediately preceding the time
herein fixed for the hearing of said petition.
Dated January 5, lull.
1 HOMAi NULL, Baperlor Judge.
State of Washington, county of Whitman. ?s.
I, (,■■.,. H Nfcwmau, cleric of the superior
court of the sta'e of Washington, for Whitman
county, do hereby certify that tne above and
foregoing is a true ami correct copy of order to
show cause in the above entitled cause as the
saice now appears on file and of record in my
In testimony whereof. I have hereunto set my
hand and affixed the seal of said court this sth.
day of January, 1911.
GEO. H NEWMAN, County Clerk.