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FROM COUNTY'S BOOKS
List of Instruments Filed for
Record in a Week.
Got. Patents and Receipts
United States to Wm. J. Morrell,
seq 8-17 44, patent.
United States to Jas. A. Jacobs,
eeq seq 34-19-40, patent.
E. 11. Letterman and wife to A. C.
Hood, pt ti, 7 in 14-44, lease.
Jos. JBeck to Catherine Beck, agree
H M. Moffatt to Georgia J.
Alva J. MoCutchen and wife to
Frank L. Snyder, tract in neq swq
Geo. F. Stivers and wife to Sher
man H. Wines, tract in Geo. F. Sti
vers' add, Gar Held, 11000.
Garlield Hdw. aud Merc. Co. to
Jno. A. Dix, pt lots 1, 2, blk 8,
Clias. M. Mecklem and wife to Jno.
A. Dix, half interest in nh sh lots 1,
2, blk 8, Gar Held. Sl.
Henry E. Funston to Edw. J.
Dabma and Co., eh wh lot 2, blk 13,
Geo. M. Howell aud wife to H. M.
Mott'att, lots 4, 5, 6, blk 21, Colfax,
Geo. T. Huffman and wife to Frank
Bftkowski, lots 9, 10, 11, 12, blk 2,
Geo. T. Huffman'B 2nd add, Tekoa,
Daniel M. Colliugwood to Geo. N.
Hill, lots 1, 2, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12,
pt lots 3, 5, G of 2 16-44, 824,794.
Milwaukee Laud Co. to T. J.
O'Day, lota 5, 6, blk 29, Maldeu, 81;
to Fred Larson, lot 4, blk 54, Mal
Henry C. Steffeu to Mary StoiFen,
lota 1, 2, pt lot 3 of 20-18-46, 8100.
Catherine Beck to Jos. Beck, tract
in Palouse, §750; neq, tract iv 36
--17-45, Deq nwq 35-17-45, 81.
Colfax Lodge No. 14, I. O. O. F.,
to S. E. Tucker, lot 40, cemetery,
Homer Deveuish. execr., to Bard
Cook, neq 28-19-39, 84920.
Win. M. Kennedy and wife to Rn
fus J. Horr et al, lots 1, 2, 3, 4, eh
uwq 2916-46, 813,500.
Peter Proff, Sr., and wife to L L.
Calhoun, lota 1 to 6, inclusive, lots
11 to 16, inclusive, blk 7, lota 7 to
12, inclusive, blk 6, lots 9, 11, 12,
blk 5, Proff' add, Rosalia, $500.
Jae. Hinman and 'wife to Samuel
T. Lee, lots 5, 6, blk 11, \V. C.
McCoy's add, Oakesdale. Si.
Milwaukee Land Co. to Chicago,
Milwaukee and Puget Sound Ry. Co.,
tract in 25 20-44, $10.
Ellen Myers and husband to Jno.
W. Myers, wh swq, wh nwq 22-13-45,
Benj. G. Naught and wife to Wm.
A. Palmer, sh Beg swq 18, neq nwq
19-20-42, except, $3000.
Wm. O. Palmer and wife to Rebeo
ca A. Nauabt, lot 5, blk 4, West's
add, Rosalia, $2000.
Endicott Camp Xo. 469, W. O.
W., to Nancy E. Peer, lot 48, Mt.
View oemetery, $11.
Thos. J. Sills and wife to Leonard
Hegnauer, wh ewq 21-16-45, $5000.
Geo. Bastian, Jr., to L. O. Kerne,
pt 417-45, 86500.
Robt. A. King and wife to David
Gray Smith, pt 12-13 38, pt swq 7
Firet State Bank of Garfleld to Pa
cific Telephone and Telegraph Co.,
pt lota I, 2. blk 8, Garfleld, lease.
A. T. McCarty and wife to Fred C.
Holbrook, lots 1, 2, blk 19, Gar
Sadie E. Dickinson to Geo. A. Day
et al, lota 1, 2, blk 19, Gartfeld,
Ellen Gully to Perry G. Gully, pt
eh neq 25-19-42, 81.
P. A. Elkins and wife to R. B.
Terrell, wh nwq 8-18 44, 81.
Geo. A. Day et ux to A. T. Mc-
Carty, undivided half interest in
lots 1, 2, blk 19, Garfield, $1750.
Wilford Allen and wife to Karl P.
Allen, lots 1, 2, blk —, Henry's add,
Pullman, $250 U.
Lawrence A. Crampton and wife to
Frank Crampton, neq nwq, lots 1, 2
of 34 14 43, $1.
Eugene E. Snyder and wife to Ma
tilda Snyder, nwq 12, neq 11-14-44,
Jesse A. Wood and wife to Wm.
M. Torrance, seq 28-17 42, $3400.
E. J. Armstrong aud wife to Mar
ion Freeman, pt lot 11, blk 3, Emily
Hull's add, Colfax, $100.
Mallnda Wilson to Alice JL. Smytb,
tract in nwq nwq 14-16 43, $1.
Elsie Dierks et al to Anna Scbroe
der, lots 3, 4 of 31, pt neq awq 31
Geo. \V. Haydon and wife to First
State Bank of Garfleld, sh lots 1. 2,
blk 47, Gill's add, Garfleld, 81.
Marie Ray to Jao. Niertz, lots 12,
13, blk 5, LaCroese, $500.
Vern Bourbonnie and wife to W.A.
Ferguson, eb 5, blk 8, Colton, $1000.
Byron Richardson and wife to W.
A. Ferguson, lots 1, 2, 3, 4, blk 9,
Ferguson's 3rd add, Colton, $!000.
Jesse Banta et al to M.A. Sherman,
COLFAX GAZETTE, COLFAX, WASHINGTON, MARCH 24, 1911.
pt 30-18-42, pt 31-18-42, agreement.
Byron D. Henry et al to M. A.
Sherman, pt sections 30, 31 in 18
Wm. A. Mills and wife to Wm.
Simpson, lot 5, blk 11, Sunset, $50.
A. L. Carter to Rufas Neely, lots
1, 2, 18, 19, 20, blk 7, lots 1, 2, blk
12, Johnson, $100.
M.W. Griffith and wife to Wm.
Bledsoe et al, lots 2, 3, 4, blk 13,
Huffman's 2ud add, Tekoa, $800.
Albert G. Starnee and wife to M.
W. Ferguson, lots 2,3,4, blk 13, Huff
man's 2nd add, Tekoa, SBOO.
State of Washington to J. A.
Mills, neq, sh 16-19-42, 89280.
Jno. Reed and wife to Wm. P.
Reed, tract in seq 22-19-44, 81.
Northwestern Improvement Co. to
Walter P. Marsh, lot 16, blk 13, La
Etta Sherman and husband to Thos.
W. Clayett, seq, eeq swq, lot 4, sh
neq 30 19-43, $1.
Jennie Lee and husband to Alex
ander Turnbull, lots 5, 6, blk 11, W.
C. McCoy's add, Oakesdale, SI.
Chas. J. Phillips to F. M. Lang
ley, lots 1, 2, sh neq 1-19-39, 11600.
Frank Rakowaki and wife to Fritz
Roekelman, lota 9, 10, 11, 12, blk
2, Geo. T. Huffman's 2nd add, le
J. D. Cummiua aud wife to C. H.
Shawgo, seq uwq, neq swq 36-19-41,
Frank B. Babcock and wife to Ham-
Yearsleyßyrie, wb 14-19-40, 82000.
Jos. Beck to Security State Bauk,
uwq 36 17-45, 8750.
Mark W. Whitlow to Netherlands
American Mtg. Bauk, nwq 33-15-45,
Jas. H. Stvanuack and wife to Hol
land Bank, seq 3-19-39, except,
J. W. Myers and wife to Ellen
Myers, wb 8«q, wb uwq 22-13-45,
David Gray Smith to R. A. King,
pt 12-13-38, pt 7-13-39, 82500.
Wm. M. Toiiance et ux to Jesse A.
Wood, sei 28-17-42, 83200.
Wm. M. Dobson and wife to G.
C. Bohaunou, nwq 14-16-39, 8200.
Mrs. L. V. Williams to Pullman
Savings and Loan Aes'n., nh lot 1,
blk 6, Reauey's add, Pullman, 8350.
Karl P. Allen and wife to Pullman
Savings and Loan Aes'n., lota 1, 2,
blk —, Henry'a add, Pullman, 81 no.
W. J. Morrow and wife to Leonard
Strobel, admr., nh seq, seq eeq, eeq
neq 26-16 41, 51650.
Henry Heiu to Homer H. Hugbea,
blk 6, W.C. McCoy's add, Oakesdale,
Ellsworth Bishop and wife to First
State Bank of Garfield, nwq 21 17
Simeon J. Polmeteer to Farmers
State Bank of Colfax, seq 4-15-45,
T. J. O'Day and wife to P. A. Car
lon, lot 7, blk 52, Maiden, $550.
Tbos. W. Clagett and wife to Ore
gon Mtg. Co., Ltd., eeq, sh swq 30
Amelia A. McNall and husband to
Vermont Loan and Trust Co., nwq
Amelia A. MoNall and husband to
Vermont Loan and Trust Co., seq 24
--20 40, SHOO.
Cha?, Spenoer to R. J. Park, live
H. L Livingston to D. M. Stairs,
2-3 crop on nh 17,swq 18-19-39, liv
W. A. Birdsell to St. John State
Bank, livestock, 2-3 crop on neq
sqw, eh swq 28-18-41, 8150.
J. P. Crawford to Henry Oberson,
2 3 crop on swq neq, nwq seq, neq
swq, eeq nwq 1616-43, 8290.
P. H. Scott to Shoudy Bros., live
S. B Shields to St. John State
Bank, livestock, $90.
Geo. W. Preeneil to Geo. W. Case,
Jr., livestock, 200 bushels wheat on
swq 14-18 40, 150.
J E. Owens to Commercial State
Bank, 2-3 crop on sh nwq, swq 18
--19 44, $400.
Thos. F. Collins to Ralph K.
Green, livestock. 8119.
Earl W. Etter to Elmer Snook,
Robfc. Jones to T. C. Miles, live
stock, $113; to J. M. Norris, live
Jno. Skeen to Security State Bank,
J. R. Hagamau et al to Frank
Nicholson, 3000 bushels wheat on
neq 18-19-41, 33-18-41, livestock,
Ira Bader to E. P. Arms, livestock,
Elllsworth Bishop to Northern
Grain aud Warehouse Co., crop on
nwq 21-17-45, 1567.
Gua A. Klingenberg to Jno. D.
Butler, livestock, etc., 8450; crop
on neq 5-19 42, $800.
C. S Sherwood to M. A. Harwood,
H. S. Hull to Jno. S. Inman, crop
on nh neq, neq nwq 16-18-42, $60.
O. B. and E. L. Johnson to Farm
ers State Bank of Colfax, livestock,
Adolph Tide to A. H. Anderson,
Jno. T. Crow and wife to N. Wil
liamson, livestock, $75.
D. DePencier to Colfax National
Bank, crop on neq 10, swq 1413-37
Pullman State Bank to J. E. Ham
mond, real mtg.
H. E. Davis to S. A. Bodine, par
R. W. Moore et al to I. D. Wal
McGregor Land and Livestock,
Co. to A. C. Hobbs et al, 3ien.
Jas. Davidson to Clifford S. West
et ux, real mtg.
Trustees of Thornton Lodße No.
197, I. O. O. F., to W. H. Hoes et
al. real mtg.
Jas. A. Judaon to J. E. Sherfey,
T. C. Miles to Robt. Jones, chat.
J. M. Norris to O. E. Anderson,
lane L. Ede to Yin 8. Sweet, real
P. L. Sain to jno. W. Waller, real
Sarah Erickson et al to Paul A.
Lauritzen aud wife, real mtg.
Jas. Cairns to Walter P. lurk, chat.
Bills of Sale
H. L. Cleveland to J. D. Jaton,
house, tent, «tc, 81.
A. R. Hower to Clyde Hewer, live
stock, etc., 87 50.
Conditional Bills of Sale
Waahiugton Alchy. and Supply Co.
to W. A. Deaker, machine, 862; to
Smith and Armstrong, pump, 644.
Jas. E. Kielly to C. P. Hcwe,
household goods, 857.
Farmers Supply Co. to H. Jeffries,
Moneyweight Scale Co. to Dredge
Groc. Co., scales, 8130.
Fairbanks Morse aud Co. to Brug
ger and Brugger, safe, etc , 8100.
Oliver Typewriter Co. to D. M.
McCauce, typewriter, 8100.
Vermont Loan and Trust Co. to S.
A. Whipnle, real mtg.
E.N. Kerby to McGregor Land aud
Livestock Co , lieu.
Whitman Oouuty National Bank to
Ole Melhus, renl mtg.
£JVermont Loau and Trust Co. to
Mrs. Kate E. Root, real mtg.
Farmers State Bank of Colfax to
Colfax Lodge No. 11, I. O. O. P.,
partial real mtg.
Union Trust Co. to Northwestern
AMtitual Life Inc. Co., tive real mtga.
Winona Pharmacy vs F. W. Ander
son et al, seq 12-18-39, lien, 874.
Estate of Stephen Devenish, de
Matarana Mining and Develop
ment Co., articles of incorporation.
Standard Lumber Co. vs. Tekoa
Brewing Co., lots 10, 11, 12, 13,
blk 43, lots 4. 5, 6, hlk 6, Westacott
add Tekoa, lien, 893.
Fruit Growers Union of Garfield,
articles of incorporation.
Pullman Savings and Loan Ass'n.,
increasing capital stock.
R. F. Maznetta vs. O. 0, Crawford,
lota 4, 5, 6, blk 3, H. Shobe'a add,
United States to the public, notice
of cancelling register's receipt sh
swq, nwq ewq, swq nwq 8-20-43.
If you have trouble in getting rid of
your cold you may know that you are
not treating it properly. There is no
reason why a cold should hang on for
weeks nnd it will not if you take Cham
berlain's Cough Remedy. For sale by
For plumbing, material and supplies,
call on J. B. Brown. Phone Red 152t
"I have been somewhat costive, but
Doan's Regulets gave just the results
desired. They act mildly and regulate
the bowels perfectly."—Georgp B. Krause,
306 Walnut Aye . Altoona. Pa.
Ail the old nong favorites at the Peak
Sisters, Tuesday evening, H. S. Aud:
Squirrels are out. Call at Ripley's
Pharmacy for your poison as we keep
all kinds at correct prices.
Shirkey & Glaner. graduate opticians.
South End Grocery
will supply you with
all the choice things
for your table
Prices are Economical
Highest market price
Call phone Main 41 and
the good service we have is
at your command.
Save your cash Coupons
We Haul Everything
Reed, Ripley & Co.
Express and Draymen
Office at Ripley Pharmacy
Phone Main 11
Cure Your Kidneys
Do Not Endanger Liic
When a Coif as Citizen
Sho^s Ton the Cure.
Why will people continue to suffer the
agonies of kidney complaint, backache, uri- !
nary disorders, lameness, headaches, languor,
why allow themselves to become chronic in
valids, when a cert >in care is offered them?
Doan's Xi *ney Pills is the remedy to use,
because it Kive3 to the kidneys the help they
need to perform their work.
If you have any, even one, of the symptoms
of kidney disease**, cure yourself now, before
diabetes, dropsy or Bright'o disease 6ets in.
Head this Coif ax testimony:
L. E. Largent, 104 Island street, Colfax,
Wash., saye: "While living in Pullman I
wan advised to try Doan's Kidney Pills and I
did so. This remedy relieved me of backache
and regulated the passages of the kidney
secretions which had caused me much annoy
ance. Another member of my family took
Doan's Kidney Pills and found them very
For sal-* by all dealers. Price 50 cents.
Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, New York, sole
agents for the United States.
Remember the name—Doan's—and take no
$7,50 PER TON
ASK US ABOUT IT
Phone u« your orders
Fhnnf Main 21
WILLIAMS' KIDNEY PILLS
Have you overworked your nervo'is sys
tem and caused trouble with your kid
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loins, side, back and bladder? Have you
a flabby appearance of the face, and un
der the eyes? A frequent desire to pass
urine? If so, Williams' Kidney Pills will
cure you—Druggist, Price 50c.
WILLIAMS MFG. CO.. Props., Cleveland. Ohio
For calf at V. T. MH!ro«kpy'n drue store
For any eptcial bargain in
I have a buyer. Money to loan in large
or small amounts.
102 Main dt. Colfax. Wash.
CHASE & SANBORN
in several different blends is car
W. H. Lacey
The Leading Grocer
Tell us your wants —we'll
■» rlilil / ready to Mail
Th« leading Seed Catalog of'the West-
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.
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By JSmbu You don't need a smoke
tiff ifirnt bouse. Apply WRIGHTS
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I\\/**tW^Mß^l impart the rich aroma
UmmmbJ and delicate flavor of
hickory smoke to the meat, keeping it
sound, sweet and insect free indefinitely.
Sold for 14 years all .over U. S. and Can
ada. Gret the genuine. Fully Guaran
teed. Sold only in square quart bottles
■with metal cap. Ask your druggist for
'•Wright's Smoke". Made only by
E. H. WRIGHT CO., Kan.a. City, Mo.
Sold and Guaranteed by
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rUK?UOLDS !° PTRIALBOTTLEFREE
AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES
OR MONEY REFUNDED.
If you want the news you moat take
The Gazette. 1
It ia a matter of common knowledge that the day ban almost panaed
for the obtaining of grants of government lands both in the United States
and Canada, and it in owing to the valae of iinch grants when they can be
had that yon should investigate onr proposition. Land in the proximity
of the Grand Trunk R R.. suitable for wheat and mixed farming in the
Xechaco and Hulk ley v»ille,vs and Peace River dintric*. See J I). Hanwn,
representing the Dominion Stock & Bond Corp., of Vancouver, 8.C., for
tbe next 15 days at the office of
G. W. Larue & Co., Colfax, Wash.
The Wheat Field of the World
For special R. R. rntea to inveHtigate these lands, apply to
G. A. YANCEY & CO.
General Agents C. P. R Land Dept.
618 Riverside Aye. SPOKANE, WASH.
Two First Class Investments
For sale by G. W. URUE & CO.
No 330— 816 icres of floe land IX mil«« from Thornton, all in eulti^n.
hoo, I<H) (KTHK in crop, one-third m purchaser, balance to be summer
failowed, watered by tine springs. 20 acres cau be irrigated, land lays extra
v >o(J, on two county roads, price $f>r» per acre, easy terras.
No 831—A Boe f rait orchard on Snake river, lion at-re* in tract, .'SO
acres <>t irrigated peach orchard oil yean old, one acre of P^uri'sh w»il-
DOt-8, 30 acn b fe: ced boa fii»ht, 120 acres more can be irrient>-d, 0 M) aeTM
tillable, 500 acren good pasture, «ood boildioga, watered by Mprintrs, rail
road station on land. Price $20,000, one-ha.f caHh. balance to rait.
N i. 'V,V) is one ol the best pieces ol land io Whitman ronntj and one of
tb« be»! i:citfd. No 331 is nndoabtedlj the finmt peach orchard on
Snake rivtr and 12'» cr"H more nhould be put in pea :hen. Thin tract c>n
taine Home of the very best tund m be found on Snake river and is worth
twice (he amount aeke<! for it. We invite any investor to %n with un and
look at theß° tracts, as we are convinced that tbeoe places will sell them
kmlv'p-* to any one wanting to invent money in lands.
LAND3EEKERS, ATTENTION! We believe we have the bp»t lint of
lands for sale la Whitman county und we will take pIeMUV in sbowiDg
you our lint.
G. W. LARUE & CO.
The pioneer real estate firm of Whitman county. We handle
REAL ESTATE, LOANS AND INSURANCE
Two offices—Polfax and Spokane, Wash.
Whitman Realty i
—■ and =====
D. F. TRIMBLE AND P. 11. SI \|>|\
GRAIN, HAY, REAL ESTATE, INSURANCE
OFFICE MACKENZIE BLDC. PHONE MAIN 1271 COLFAX, WASH.
We are going to stay in Colfax. We are going to make
money in Colfax. We are going to spend our money in
Colfax. We are going to boost for Colfax. In fact we
are in love with Colfax.
Our records are clean and we are going to keep them
that way. We solicit a part of your insurance business,
and if you have anything to sell in our line give us a des
cription of it. If you want to buy anything in our line let
us sell it to you. Our commission is right. We have sev
eral inquiries from Eastern people looking for locations for
most all kinds of business propositions. If you want to list
your farm property come into Colfax, walk up Spring
street until you get to where the farm display is in the
window; take a look at it, then walk into the office, size us
up, let us tell you what we know, and then let us handle
your business for you. We will treat you right.
We are last to locate in Colfax and will be the last to
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 th"
land. It will cost you nothing only your time, if you buy
NOW IS THE TIME TO SEE PASCO.
E. J. TRAMILiJ
Authorized Sale Agent
OAKESDALE, - - WASH