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FROM COUNTY'S BOOKS
List of Instruments Filed for
Record in a Week.
Northern Paoiiic Ry. Co. to Lirius
R. Banner et al, eh 15-15-40, $2240.
Lvdia Monlux and hunband to J.
M. Klemgard et al, pt 6-11-45,
Carl Strntz and wife to 11. P.
Nagel, pt 19-15 41, $1.
FrHnk E. Rialey and wife to J. W.
Jaoney, lot 3, blk 12, Tekoa, $1500.
K. 11. Retd and wife to H. M.
Love, lot 3, pt lot 2, bik 10, Coifax,
Lillie M. Kerns and husband to
Geo. Bastian, sh lot 3, blk 4, Sant
ford A. Manriug's add, Garlield,
Jno. S. Steward et al to Wm. A.
Ingram, tract in Garfleld, SBOO.
Mary L. Anderson to Stuan Lewal
len, lot 12, blk 8, Anderson's add,
A. R. Hower and wife to L. E.
Click, pi- neq 25 20-45, except, $1.
D. M. Glick to L E. Click, pt neq
Daniel Hay and wife to Henry A.
Lieb, tract in 19-20-46, bond for
Henry A. Lieb et nx to Daniel Hay,
tract in 19-20-46, bond for deed,
E. E. Bellinger and wife to Jo
anna (5. Moffatt, lots 4, 5, 6, blk 21,
Joanna G. Moffatt to Lillie M.
Woodin, lots 4, 5, 6, blk 21, Colfax,
Henry A. Lieb and wife to Daniel
Hay, undivided half interest in lot
7, Maboney-Lieb add, "Tekoa, $125.
Anna Kammerzell to Geo. Kam
merzell, sh seq 30-19-46, lots 1, 2,
3, 4 of 29-19-46, blk 27, 28, tract
in Farrnington, $5.
Oliver Hall to Jno. McTierney, lot
87, Ist add, Colfax cemetery, $30.
A. D. VanOredale and wife to F. I.
Gill, lot 11, blk 5, F. J. Mahoney's
subdivision of Lombard's a^d, Tekoa,
Jas. S. Gill and wife to Homer L.
Rouse *»t al, nh lots 1, 2, blk 47,
Gill's add, Garfield, $1.
State of Washington to J. J.
Smith, swq seq 3616-44, 8400.
J. F. Provence and wife to Chas.
M. Hutf, lots 14, 15, 16, blk 36,
2nd Syndicate add, Guy. $100.
Margaret Davis to Alice Felch, lot
3, blk 64, Oolfax, $850.
Walter P. Noble and wife to J. W.
Carman, tract in GarSeld, 150.
Michael Drake to Jno. F. Carman,
tract in Garfield, $62.
Milwaukee Land Co. to Clayton A.
Clark, lota 9, 10, blk 41, Maiden,
Wm. F. Hull et al to M. W. Whit
love, seq 34-15-45, $11,200.
G. B. Carter, sheriff, to B. F.
Rainey, pt lots 14 15, blk 9, La-
C. M. Speck and wife to C. F.
Young, lot 5, blk 5, Beach's add,
lots 2, 3, 4, blk 28, Wiley's 2nd add,
Milwaukee Land Co. to Lee Car
ncr, lot 2. blk 83, Milwaukee Land
Co.'» Ist add, Maiden, $90.
Homer Devenish, admr., to J. N.
Moore, 33-19-39, $5184.
Jnc. N. Moore and wife to Benj.
F. Colyar, wh 33-19-39, $2592.
Pine City Cemetery Ass'n. to Chas.
E. Niboul, lot 190, Pine City cem
Hattie Stephen to Edna Franzen,
nh lot 8, blk 7, Reaney's add, Pull
Chas. J. Skeeu and wife to Chas.
W. Guptill, swq swq 17-16-45,
Harriet B Stubbe and husband to
Roea O. Goodrich, pt 31-19 46, agree
Jas. H. McCoy and wife to Olive
McKenzle, lot 12, blk 11, J. H. Mc-
Coy's Ist add, Oakeedale, 850.
W. A. Davis and wife to Wm. F.
and Jas. H. Hull, neq 17-16-44,
W. J Spion to B. N. Rodgers, lots
1, -2, blk 50, Maiden, c 550.
A. M. Foreman aud wife to Alfred
F. Klngman, lots 5, 6, blk 15. Mai
Wm. C. Palmer and wife to Jos.
Asset), lots t, 7, 8, blk 5, Thornton,
F. J. Mahoney Bnd wife to Edw.
D. Goodwin, lot 3, blk 2, Maboney-
Lieb add, Tekoa, eoutraot, 8600.
Jno. P. Duke au.l w)fo to Walter
Kolling, lot 1, blk 3, Fiteh'a add,
Palouse, Msigaed to Martha Silvey'
Nathaniel T. Hortou to Vc-rraont
Loan and Trust Co., crop on swq 32
--16 40, 893.
Spokane, Portlaud and Seattle Ky.
Co. to Central Trust Co. of N. Y.
Jas. M. Martin and wife to Union
Triißt and Savings Bank, sh nwq, wh
swq 14-15-41, 52500.
L. C. Kerne and wife to Geo. Bas
tian, pt 4-17-45, 61250.
W. H. Barnhart and wile to Wm.
£. Sproat, seq 33-16-40, $2462.
COLFAX GAZETTE, COLFAX, WASHINGTON, MARCH 31, 1911.
J. P. Hipley and wife to Farmers
State Bank of Golfax, lots 14, 15,
16, 17, 18, blk 1, Perkins' 2nd add,
Oolfax, lot 3, blk 1, Myrick's add,
P. M. Smith to Henry Steffen, lot
8, blk 3, Farmington, 8350.
M. A. Sherman and wife to Myron
D. Henry et al, pt sections 30, 31,
in 18-42, 56755.
Eugene M. Woodin and wife to Jo
anna Q. Moffatt, lots 4. 5, 6, blk 21,
E. G. McCraoken and wife to G.
G. Thatcher, lots 1, 2, 3, 4 of 5-15
J. W. Comer and wife to Security
State Bank, lot 5, blk 7, Fitch's add,
Cutler T. Porter and wife to Geo.
S. Bridge, pt lot 2, blk 7, Reaney's
add, Pullman, 81000.
M. VV. Whitlow to Wm. F. Hull et
al, seq 34-15-45, 86200.
Leslie E. Hatch and wife to Geo.
Hatch, wh nwq, wh swq 27-17-45, ex
Herbert S. Hull and wife to Union
Trust Co. of Spokane, sh cwq 21-18
Colby T. Pretty man to Commercial
State Bank, swq 1, pt seq 1, seq eeq
Jos. A. Willkomm to H. A. Kaep
pler, lot 16, blk 36, Maiden, SISOO.
Jno. N. Moore aud wife to T. A.
Colyar, eh 33-19-39, $2200.
Napoleon Bourbonnle to M. L. Bax
ter, wh ewq 4-13-44, $1100.
Wm. F. Hull et al to W. A. Davis,
neq 17-16-44, $5000.
Jos. S. Robertson and wife to Em
ma C. Robertson, nwq 22-19-39,
N. F. McDanlel to Benj. Rees,
lot 7, blk 8, Elberton, 8100.
Mrs. Fred N. JacoLson to Samuel
Easto, livestock, $30.
Chas. H. Kilgore to Chas. L.
Schuster et al, livestock, 5155.
A. M. Clark to J. A. Henderson,
livestock, etc., $75.
Jas. A. Saurbaugh to Lizzie Pfatt,
hotel furnishings, $3500.
Nellie Stanley to A. W. Salisbury,
frame building, $80.
W. B. Blackburn to Colfax State
Bank, crop on neq neq, seq neq 28
J. R. Hagaman to W. A. Barnett,
livestock, 200 bushels wheat on nh
Beg 18-19-41, 872.
H. G. Hunter et al to Edw. Rob
erts, livestook, $55.
P. M. Smith to Henry Steffen, live
Nat P. Ripley to Farmers State
Bank of Colfax, stock of drugs, $2500.
Thos. B. White to Chaa. E. Scri
ber, livestook, $341.
■ Barton aDd Armstrong to Whitman
Implement Co., well drilling outfit,
Harry E. James to Wm. Clay Card
well, livestock, 8260.
Anton Cepa to JL. A. Bonney, live
Jno. Rexford to Colfax National
Bank, 2-3 crop on seq 17, nh neq 23
--16-43, livestock, $1412.
L. F. Huhoard to Farmers State
Bank of Colfax, livestock, 2-3 crop
on 225 acres near Diamond, $1400.
Monroe McLean to New Mercantile
Co., livestock, 1216.
Ed Burgess to Wm. L. Walls, crop
on nh 19-17-40, $16.
J. P. Hagaman to Frank Nichol
son, 400 bushels wheat on swq 21,
pt nwq 28-18-41, 8125.
W. T. Robbing to E. N. Kerby and
Son, livestock, $150.
Geo. 0. Wilson and wife to Homer
A. Samuel, livestock, $490.
O. E. Anderson to F. A. Davis,
Earl W. Etter to First National
Bank of Ritzville, 2-3 crop on wh
2518-40, nwq 36-18-40, sh 31-18
--40, livestock, 875.
W. Bum garner to Chas, E. Scriber,
Northwestern and Paciflo Hypo
theekbank to Frank L. Snyder, real
Santford A. Manrlug to W. A.
Ambrose and wife, real mtg.
Chester H. Warner to Simeon J.
Polmeteer, real mtg
R. W. Cbenowth to C. E. Bryan,
J. T. Person to J. R. Hagaman,
Geo. J. Esser to Martin L. Smith,
Wm. E. Sprout to \V. H. Baru
bart, real mtg.
Colton State Bank to Vern Bour
bonnie, real mtg; to Byron Richard
son, real mtg.
Chas. E. Scriber to Thos. B. White,
Potlatch Lumber Co. to J. W.
li*A. Kaeppler to T. J. OD'ay et
ux, real mtg.
Sarah E. Truax to Wm. K. Tetner
o\v et al, real mtg.
Paciflo Loan and Investment Co.
to Richard Fonger, real mtg; to
Myrtle O. Winslow, real mtg.
Jno. J. Smith to A. R. McClaskey,
power of attorney.
Jared Fisher to Herman Nelson,
Warren S. Imbler to Marion A.
Fortune and wife, real mtg.
Marion A. Fortune to Herbert S.
Hull and wife, real mtg.
M. L. Day to Jas. H. Swannack,
Willis R. Millikin to Jas. H. Swan
nack, real mtg.
A. J. Hoohradel to V. C. Armour,
Farmers State Bank of Colfax to
L. F. Hnbbard, chat.
Chas. E. Scriber to W. Bumgarner,
Bills of Sale
J. M. Keeter to Washington Ma
chinery and Supply Co. bowling al
Edw. D. Goodwin to F. J. Ma
honey, cow, 850.
Conditional Bills of Sale
Oliver Typewriter Co. to A. L.
Mortimer, typewriter, 8100; to Juo.
A. Scbnorenberg, typewriter, $100;
to E. B. Cotterill, typewriter, ?100.
Sherman, Clay and Co. to C. A.
Addißon, piano, $315.
O. Wilson to H. R. Williams, team
of mares, $200.
S. J. Thomas to Walter Mack, real
Walter Mack to Farmers State
Bank of Colfax, real mtg.
Barney Oenning and wife to Farm
ers State Bank of Uniontown, real
Geo. N. Hill to J. B. Hill, real
Farmers and Merchants State Bank
to Airs. A. E. Cook, real mtg.
L. E. Corbett to Ed Roberts, real
Geo. W. Lame to J. T. Krebbs,
Farmers State Bank of Colfax to
J. X. Darden, real mtg.
P. H. Sundin and D. F. Trimble,
contract of co partnership in real es
W. Claude Renfrew to the public,
Harvey D. Irwin to the public,
R. C. Bellus to the public, affida
Matarana Mining and Development
Co., list of officers.
JR. MoCraw vs. G. H. Busby, lis
First State Bank of rLaCrosse, ar
ticles of incorporation.
California Gulch Placer Mining
Co., articles of incorporation.
Lippitt Brothers' Dressmaking De
Lippitt Brothers' dressmaking depart
ment is prepared to make dresses and
garments of any kind, on short notice,
and at reasonable prices, whether the
goods are bought at our store or not.
Mtb. Ford is in charge of the depart
ment. Entrance through the store.
A specific for pain—Dr. Thomas' Elpc
trie Oil. strongest, cheapest liniment ever
deviled. A household remedy in Amer
ica for 25 yearn.
Notice of Stockholders' Meeting.
Notice is hereby given that the annual
meeting of the stockholders of the Whit
man Mining and Milling Co. Ltd , will be
held on Saturday, April let, 1911, at
1 o'clock p. m., at Colfax, Washington,
in the Eagle hall, over Barroll's hard
A. J. Fasum, Secretary.
If you have trouble in getting rid of
your cold you may know that you are
not treating it properly. There ia no
reason why a cold should hang on for
weeks and it will not if you take Chan>
berlain's Cough Remedy. For sale by
"I have been somewhat costive, but
Doan's Regulets gave just the results
desired. They act mildly and regulate
the bowels perfectly."—George B. Krause,
306 Walnut Aye., Altoona, Pa.
EFFECTIVE MARCH 10 TO APRIL 10
From all points in Middle West
and Eastern States to all Inland
From St. Paul $25 00
" Chicago $33.00
11 St. Louis $32.00
" Memphis $32.00
" New York ... 850.00
" Kansas City $25.00
and proportionately low rates from all
other Eastern points by either the Great
Northern or Northern Pacific to Spokane
and then via Inland Electric.
If your friends are coming West let the
Inland Agent arrange ticket delivery for
you at colonist rates.
In Standard Old Line Company.
H. E. FUNSTON
10SALIA - - WASHINCTON
Piano to Trade
First class $500 Booth Bros.
Piano to trade for team of horses.
1© S C Restaurant
DRAY AND TRANSFER
For quick and reliable service phone
DAYIS DRAY LINE
Household Goods and Pianos a Spec
ialty. Office phone Main 661. Resi
dence phone Black 692.
C. 0. DAVIS, PROP.
CATARRH IS SURELY A
Thousandth of people allow catarrh to
slowly undermine the whole system until
a serious disease develops—sometimes
People who have catarrh should use j
every effort to get rid of it, but should !
above all adopt a sensible method.
Stomach dosing, sprays and douches
won't cure catarrh because it is a germ
disease, and the germs must be dee- |
troyed before the disease can be con- !
HYOVIEI is the one sensible cure for
catarrh because it reaches every fold,
crevice and nook in the mucous mem
brane and gfts wbpre the germs are. !
You breath* BYOMEI and as it passes i
over the ii fi inied membrane its sooth- '
ing influence heals the soreness and dcs '
troye the germs.
A complete HYOMEI outfit costs i
$1.00 This consists of a bottle of HY- !
OMEI and a hnrri rubber inhaler. Pour :
a few drops of HYOMEI into the inhaler !
and breathe it a few minutes each dny, |
that's all you have to do. It is guar
anteed by V. T. McCroskey and drug- i
gists everywhere to cure catarrh, coughs, j
colds and sore throat, or money back, j
Extra bottle of HYOMEI costs 50 cents. |
will soon be here. Get your Easter
Photos at the
Ton will find them finished juat right
and strictly up to-date. Look for name
You can't sow thistles and
reap iigs. If you plant
Ferry s Seeds you
grow exactly what .^fwKr.^^^. A
you expect and in JH |K^|^ jgk
a profusion : ■ *'''' ' Bmimtf
tion never ,^K.W v^^^F
Jr+ %Sk^J^ Fifty
j&Jfr. yea" °f
<^p^^B% study and
_^^^^ Wj^T^^^.^r experience
make them re
■P^^^B^^^k^^^r liable. For sale
r Ttß^^^pMr\9U Seed Annual
: on request.
D. H. FERRY & CO..
GEO. Lv CORXELIUS
AUTOMOBILE AND BICYCLE HOSPITAL
Repairing ot all kinds.
Otip. Mnin S^rnet School
TRY OUR NO. 66-1
m Shuttle - . ,
Noise **»-*5 •»
All machines are guaranteed
SINGER SEWING MACHINE
N. W. CAIRNS, Agent
Lippitt Building COLPAX
Second hand machines for sale cheap
Shot lake °njr
( The House of Efficiency)
315 miles east ot Portland on O. R. & N. Railway.
Beat equiped 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 Mgr. HOT LAKE, OREGON
to notice the effect of school work on
your child's eves Inflamed eyelids,
headaches, inability to see work plainly
on blackboard, etc.. are indications that
.they need glasses. Medicine will not cure
defective eye eight—GLASSES WILL and
we have the experience and knowledge
to properly correct it. We are at your
SHIRKEY & GLASER
"At the Sien of the Street Clock."
Will store goods in brick warehouse,
corner Mill and Sprine: streets, on
first floor above flood danger; reason
able rates made on household goods,
merchandise, pianos, etc.
Creo. M. Baker, Mgr-
Phone Main 1641
We Haul Everything
Reed, Ripley & Co.
Express and Draymen
Office at Ripley Pharmacy
Phone Main 11
British Columbia ™YSBIB^-
It is a matter of common knowledge that the day has almost passed
for the obtaining of grants of government lands both in the United States
and Canada, and it is owing to the value of such grants when they can dp
bad that you should investigate our proposition. Land in the proximity
of the Grand Trunk R R.. suitable for wheat and mixed farming in the
Nechaco and Bulkley valleys and Peace River district. See JD. Haosen,
representing the Dominion Stock & Bond Corp , of Vancouver, B. C, for
the next 15 days at the office of
G. W. Lame & Co., Colfax, Wash.
The Wheat Field of the World
For special R. R. rates to investigate these lands, apply to
G. A. YANCEY & CO.
Geueral Agents C. P. R. Land Dept.
618 Riverside Aye. SPOKANE, WASH.
Two First Class Investments
No 330—316 acres of fine land 1% miles from Thornton, all in cultiva
tion, 160 acres in crop, one-third to purchaser, balance to be summer
fallowed, watered by tine springs, 20 acres can be irrigated, land lays extra
good, on two county roads, price $65 per acre, easy terms.
No. 331—A fine fruit orchard on Snake river, 1100 acres in tract, 30
acres of irrigated peach orchard nix years old, one acre of Eoglish wal
nuts, 80 acres fenced hog ti«ht, 120 acres more can be irrigated, 600 acres
tillable, 500 acres good panture. good buildings, watered by springs, rail
road station on land. Price $20,000, one-half cash, balance to suit.
No. 330 is one of the best pieces of land in Whitman county and one of
the b?Ht located. No. 331 is undoubtedly the finest peach orchard on
Snake river and 120 Hcres more should be put in peaches. This tract con
tains some of the very best land to be found on Snake river and is worth
twice the amouut asked for it. We invite any investor to go with us and
look at these tracts, as we are convinced that these places will sell them
selves to any one wanting to invest money in lands.
LAND3EEKERS, ATTENTION! We believe we have the best list of
lands lor sale in Whitman county and we will take pleasure in showing
you our list.
The pioneer real estate firm of Whitman county. We handle
REAL ESTATE, LOANS ANO INSURANCE
\ Whitman Realty
: ===; an j ■
| Grain Company
D. F. TRIMBLE AM) P. 11. M \in\
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
f 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
l eral inquiries from Eastern people looking for locations for
I 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
i window; take a look at it, then walk into the office, size us
I 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
: leave Colfax. •
Listen! Don't Read This
I am going to make you a proposition to see the
AT MY EXPENSE
To everyone that will buy io acres at Pasco, through me I
will allow all of the expenses from any point in Wh't
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
Authorized Sale Agent
OAKESDALE, - - WASH.
For sale by G. W. LARUE & CO.
G. W. LARUE & CO.
Two offices—Colfax and Spokane, Wash.