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FROM COUNTY'S BOOKS
List of Instruments Filed for
Record in a Week.
Gov. Patents and Receipts
United States to Norah J. Ruble
wh nog, eh uwq 18-13-45, patent.
Geo. Krom to Dooks Fry, pt lot 3,
blk 4, Brown's add, Colfax, $850.
Oscar E. Young and wife to Fred
C. Young, lot 2, blk 29, Pullman,
Annie E. Busby to Chas. Dosh, wh
uwq 32-IG-45, (5000.
B. B. Cotterill to J. B. Ferguson,
lots 4, 5, blk 2, Winona, $150.
Geo. Sinclair and wife to Mark
Sinclair, lots 3, 4, 9, 10, blk 5, Pow
ers' add, Palouse, $1.
Jno. S. Inman to Ed Byers, sh nh
16-18 42, lease.
Jss. Carbery to E. W. Mahoney,
nwq 13-20-45, except, lease.
Wm. W. Derry and wife to Oscar
A. Wilson, pt lot 3, blk 6, Geo. T.
Huffman's add, Tekoa, $1212.
H. I. Willis and wife to Marion
Freeman, nh lot 1, blk 8, Colfax,
tract adjoining, $4100.
Oliver R. Pate and wife to Thos.
Gouge, pt neq 29-18-45, $11,000.
Bert Houchin and wife to N. W.
MoGinnis, lota 1, 2, blk 25, Garfleld,
Jennie Weetaoott to N. W. McGin
nis, lot 4, blk 26, Garfleld, $50.
Bert A. Houchin and wife to Geo.
W. Manring, tract in Garfield, 1100.
Henry Behreus and wife to Fred
Kegele, tract In 6-IG-4G, $700.
Milwaukee Land Co. to I. M. Cit
ron, lot 9, blk 21, Maiden, $270.
State of Washington to Geo. Mor
asoh, nwq 36-17-40, 65760.
W. H. Honefenger and wife to T.
J. Shaw, blk 1, Geo. F. Stivers' add,
J. EL Pierce et ux to J. E. Nessly,
lot 1, blk 4, Farr's 3rd add, Pull
Jas. E. Nessly et ux to Ira E. Heu
shaw, pt lot 2, blk 4, lot 1, blk 4,
Farr's 3rd add, Pullman, $150.
L. E. Ruberg et al to Potlatch
Lumber Co., lots 10, 11, 12, blk 2,
Wilbert S. Hii-kman and wife to J.
P. Stine, swq seq 2-14-42, 8250.
Cbas. J. Logsduu and wife to Hen
ry F. Troub, swq 32-18-39, 81.
B. D. Brigham and wife to Eva M.
Troyer, sh lot 4, blk 15, Huffman's
2nd add, Tekoa, $1.
Jno. S. Buck to Samuel A. Cassi
day et ux, lot 4, blk 27, Colfax,
J. D. Cummins and wife to Cbas.
L. Schuster et al, tract lv 36-19-41,
Edw. B. Sharp and wife to Eva M.
Troyer, lot 5, blk 15, Huffman's 2nd
add, Tekoa, $465.
T. V. Blackhurst and wife to town
of St. John, tract in St. John, $50.
Milwaukee Land Co. to H. W.
Stewart, lot 10, blk 34, Maiden,
J. W. Oaborn to W. A. Spong, pt
T. H. Oaborn to J. W. Oaborn, pt
blks 103, 113, 114, 124, 107, 11T,
BelmoDt, tract Id 5-18-45, tl.
Geo. A. Peavy and wife to E. B.
Gonde, tract in 23-15-43, $200.
Mary A. Kevins to M. M. MoCoy,
lot 1, blk 10, McCroekey'a add, Gar
O. D. Masters to Richard Ponger,
tract in nwq eeq 32-18-45, $1800.
Wm. J. Holway and wife to Alfred
Drew, lots 3, 4, blk 3, Culton's add,
Palouse, $ if>o.
Jenuie Weetacott to Wm. O. Can
field and wife, blk 40, Weatacott's
add, Tekoa, $300.
Chaa. Doah to Security State Bank,
wh nwq 32, eh seq 31-16-45, $3500.
Surah Staata to LaCrosse Lodge
No. 223, I. O. O. P., lots 1, 2, 15,
IG, 17, 18, blk 2, LaCrosae, $364.
Herbert S. Hall and wife to Marion
A. Fortune, eh nwq 21-18-42, 81665.
Chaß. W. MoCabe and wife to C.
M. Vaupol, lot 6, blk 3, Geo. T.
Huffman's add, Tekoa, $200.
Jos. Scherer and wife to Jno. 7.
Michels, lota in Uniontown, $1580.
H. Latter et al to T. R. Tannatt,
lots 5, 6, 7, 8, blk 67, Railroad add,
T. J. Shaw and wife to W. H.
Honefenger, blk 1, Geo. F. Stivers'
add, 'Jarfleld, 8750.
Henry Behrens and wife to Securi
ty State Bank, pt lot 7, blk 9, Fitch's
add, Palouse, pt lot 4, blk 25, Beach's
add, Palouae, $3500.
| Sallie Ferguson to Union Trust and
Savings Bank, land in section* °1
8. 9, 17, 20, 29, 32 in 12-45, $27 -
Sal lie Ferguson to Union Trust
and Savings Bank, land in sections
21, 8, 9, 17, JO, 29, 32 in 12-45,
J. C. Parr to Louis E. Ostrom,
livestock, crop on seq 12, neq 13-15
Albert Harbaugh to E. B. Metcalf.
crop on neq 25-14-44, $685.
E. T. Lowery to Geo. Grant, 2-3
crop on neq 16. nwq 15-15-45, $491.
Richard R. Bailey to C. Imhoff,
livestock, crop on wh swq, nb nwq
C. F. Alexander to Advance
Thresher Co., threshing outfit, $3300.
Henry Bebrens and wife to Security
State Bank, machinery, etc., 83500.
Frank Culton et al to T. J. Ferris,
Mrs. Kate Shaw to M. D. Henry,
stock of merchandise, $800.
Fred W. Humphrey to M. D. Hen
ry, livestock, 8385.
M. I. Mitzimberg and wife to First
Trust Co. of Moscow, crop on pt 25
Richard Cooper to R. B. Games,
250 bushels wheat on sections 9, 16
in 18-41, etc., 8105.
L. R. Hibbs et al to Advance
Thresher Co., threshing outfit, 83000.
C. M. Stott and wife to Huntley
Merc. Co., livestock, $100.
M. A. Prater to J. O. Bailey, live
C. C. Kendall to G. E. Stone, live
stock, 2-3 crop on wh neq 22-14-38,
K. W. Martin to W. A. Spong, 2-3
crop on neq 8-18-45, $400.
J. L. Lanoastei to R. A. Black
welder, stock of merchandise, $343;
to C. A. Blackelder, stock of rudse.,
J. R. Hagaman to S. C. Bageant,
800 bushels wheat, implements,
Security State Bank to Geo. Sin
clair and wife, real mtg; to Annie E.
Busby, real mtg.
LaCrosse Lodge No. 223, 1.0.0. F.,
to G. N. Hensley, real mtg.
Northwestern and Pacific Hypo
theekbank to Sarah J. Honn, real
M. F. Fockler to I, Eben Thomas,
Mercantile Trust Co. to N. P. Ry.
Co., real mtg.
J. D. McMannis, to Wm. Deiry,
Standard Lumber Co. to Mrs.
Chas. Golden, lien.
Homer D. Gladden et al to J. R.
Hughes', real mtg.
J. I. Case Thresh. Mch. Co. to E.
L. Ross, chat.
j. C. Stockman to J. F. Neil, chat.
Wm. A. Adair to Herman Eduard
Hagedorn, real mtg.
Star Drilling Machine Co. to Ma
gee and Wilkins, chat.
A. W. Perley to Fannie C. Cobb,
H. Steffen to P. M. Smith et al,
Baker Loan and Investment Co. to
Robt. Etheriugton, real mtg.
Union Trust and Savings Bank to
Sal lie Ferguson, two real mtgs.
Colton State Bank to M. A. Fergu
son, two real mtgs.
Chas. Corbet to Myron A. Fergu
son, real mtg.
M. Lottie Sherman to Mary A.
Nevius, real mtg.
Bills of Sale
Whltehouse Clothing Co. to W. F.
Caldwell, liveßtook. etc., $35.
Tobias B. Lakin to Geo. P. Lakin,
crop on land of T. C. Lakin, $2000.
Edith B. Mabie and husband to
G. W. Nye, piano, typewriter, $306.
Conditional Bills of Sale
Mark F. Jones and Sons Piano 00.
to Henry H. Ellis, piano, $500; to
J. W. Finch, piano, $300.
Farmers Supply 00. to La Verne S.
Anderson, hack, $105.
Winton Motor Carriage Co. to J.
R. Hughes, motor car, $2794.
J. H. St. Lawrence to R. G. Clen
d«nin, piano, $375. ; to W. E. Thom
as, piano, $290.
Hazelwood Co. to Will R. Heglar,
6oda fountain, etc., $225.
Tekoa State Bank to J. D. McMan
nis, real mtg.
Alex Stewart to Bank of Endicott,
Daniel M. Colliugwood to Farmers
State Bank, two real nitgs.
Geo. N. Hill to Farmers State
Bank, real mtg.
Carman and Logan Company, ar
ticles of incorporation.
Geo. Hill et al vs. L. D Copeland
et al, livestock, lien, §20.
Mary F. White to the public, affi
St. John Mining and Milling Co.,
articles of incorporation.
ECZEMA CURE A BEAUTY WASH
Although D. D. D. Prescription has
been recognized for years as the one
remedy for Eczema, Psoriasis, and all
other forms of ekin diseases, it is now
known that therp is no other wash, even
those used by the beauty specialists,
that can compare with this mild liquid
for cleansing the skin of pimples, black
heads, rash, and all nirailar skin affpe
F'>r this reason alone, a bottle of D.
1> D should be kept on hand in every
household. A trial 25c bottle will show
you the merits of this great remedy as a
D. D. 1). seems to remove the cause,
whatever the trouble may be, cleansing
the skin, and leaving it as soft, as
smooth and clear as that of a health?
Get a 25c bottle today and keep it in
Hamilton Drug Co., Colfax, Waeh,
J. B. Brown Bells the famruß Aer
moter, the bent windmills in the world.
Phone Red 1521.
COLFAX GAZETTE, COLFAX, WASHINGTON, APRIL 28, 1911.
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT.
E C Turnbow vs German American In
surance Co—Argument oa demurrer con
tinued to April 28 at 11 o'clock.
A W Witberapooa vs Palouse State
Bank—Order to settle with Old National
Bank and order to pay mortgage on
lots in Palouse.
Maxie C Morse ye Horace I Moree—
Decree of divorce to plaintiff.
The Best Manufacturing Co vs Arthur
Luck—Order ruling on motion to strike.
Myrtle Eastman ye Edwin C Eastman
—Order of default against defendant.
L C Fisher va VVpuley Marsh et ux—Set
for trial before a jury for June 12, 1911.
Everett N Crauier vs Margaret A Maroh
et al —Order overruling demurrer.
Charles Burrow vs 6 B Herron—Judg
ment against plaintiff.
Henry Stegen vs Harry Low—Motion
submitted to court without argument.
A A King vs J F Neill—Set for trial
before the court May 11 at 10:30 a m.
Charles M Newton ye Henna B Newton
—Set for trial May 2d at 11 a m.
L M Binnard vh First National Bank
of Maiden—Demurrer taken under ad
visement by court.
Poole & Tyler vs Snider Bros—Order
Poole & Tyler vs A Snider et al and
W A Hasty et al, garnishee defendants-
Order of dismissal.
W A Adams vb Lillian Polka—Judg
ment for plaintiff.
W F Adams vs Farmers' State Bank
et al—Order sustaining demurrer.
W F Adams vs Farmers' State Bank
et al—Judgment for costs in favor of
Cloverdale Cattle Co vs W H Eaton et
ux—Order of Judge Holcomb overruling
demurrer in part and sustaining in part.
A W W'itherspoon vs Palouse State
Batik—Order approving report of re
ceiver except as to Old National Bank
and Exchange National Bank.
Louise B Martin vs Kirk W Martin—
Aci ion for divorce; order to show cause
on suit money.
Lucy J Crawford vs John C Crawford
—Decree of divorce granted to plaintiff
Whitman Implement Co vs W J Tharp
—Action for money due.
Philip Creasor vs Lester Sumpter—
Action for money due; judgment in favor
Emily O'Kelly vs G B Carter, sheriff,
aud The Holt Mnfg Co—Action to estab
lieh ownership of personal property.
State vs George W Gale—Selling in
toxicating liquor in.a dry unit; set for
trial June 12, bond $500.
State vs F J Mazna—Selling intoxicat
ing liquor in a dry ouit; set for trial
June 12, bond $500.
State vs C V Drazen—Selling intoxi
cating liquor in a dry unit; bond $500
State vs George W Gale—Selling in
toxicating liquor in a dry unit; set for
trial June 12, bond $500.
State vs C V Drazen—Selling intoxi
eating liquor in a dry uait; bond $500.
State vs M Gillie et al—Unlawful co
habitation; transcript from justice court.
State vsMF Gillie—Carrying danger
Estate of Adolph Grob—Order fixing
time for hearing on settlement of final
account on May 20 at 10 a m.
Estate of August Barter—Order con
firming appraisement; fixing settlement
May 20 at 10 a m.
Estate of George W Else—Order con
firming appraisement and order.
Estate of E E Morris—Petition of
Frank Willoughby objecting to the ap
pointment oi Dell Morris as adminis
Estate of Frank Beck—Order for dis
Guardianship of Hazel and Charles
Favill—Letters issued to F H Whitham.
Estate of Charles Favill—Letters issued
to F H Whitham and order to publish
notice to creditors.
Estate of William Stott—Order ap
Estate of A B Myrick—Hearing on
settlement continued to May 5 at 10
Estate of William A Adams—Letters
issued to Eliza X Adams.
Estate of Robert Jell—Bond of ad
ministratrix f 1500.
Estate of Mary A Thompson—Peti
tion to sell real estate and order to show
Insanity of John Dempsey— Accused
Estate of Eugene S Dwire—Decree to
sell real estate at private eale.
Estate of Rebecca A Donahey— Order
dismissing contest of will.
Estate of Sarah J Miller—Letters
issued to Abram P Miller, bond |2000.
Insanity of Mary E Einsiedler—Com
mitted to the hospital at Mpdical Lake.
Midnight In the Ozarks
and yet sleepless Hiram Scranton, of
Clay City, 111 , coughed and coughed.
He was in the mountains on the advice
of five doctors, who said he had con
sumption, but found no help in the cli
mate aud started home. Hearing of
Dr. King's New Discovery he began to
use it. "I believe it saved my life," he
writes "for it made a new man of me, so
that I can now do good work again."
For all lung diseases, coughs, colds, la
grippe, asthma, croup, whooping cough,
hay fever, hemorrhages, hoarseness or
quinsy, its the best known remedy.
Price 50c and $1 00. Trial bottle free
Guaranteed by all druggists.
Results That Remain
Are Appreciated By Col
Thousands who suffer from backache and
kidney complaint have tried one remedy after ;
another, finding only temporary benefit. This j
is discouraging, but there is one special kid- I
ney medicine that cures permanently and j
there is plenty of proof right here in Colfax.
Here is the testimony of one who used
Doan's Kidney Pills years Ego, and now j
states that the cure was lasting.
W. Goodrich, Dean street, Colfax, Wash.,
says: "My kidneys were in ha 1 shape and it
was a omm<>n thing for me to arise several
time* during the night to p;u»s the kidney
secretions. I was wldom free from pain in
my back and I knew that something must
soon be dose. Doans Kidney Pills brought
great benefit from the rirßt and since taking
them I have enjojed go d health. lam
pleased to recommend this reliable prepara
tion." (Statement given November 19, 1907).
On April 19, 1910, Mr. Goodrich added to
the above: "The cure effected by Doan's
Kidney Pills in my case over four ye«rs ago
has been permanent. I still recommend this
remedy to my friends and neighbors at every
For sale 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
FROM ALL POINTS ON
road A Navigation Co.
Chicago §72 50
Kannau City.. ' #60 00
St. Jofpph... /'
St. Paul j
St. Paul, via Council Bluff- $63.90
Minneapolis, direct $60.00
Minneapolis, via Council Bluff* G.'J 90
St Louis $70 00
May 16, 17. IS, 19, 22, 23, 24, 25,
27, 28 and 21)
June 5 7,0,10,12,16, 17, 21, 22,
28, 29 and 30,
July 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 19, 20, 26, 27
August 8, 4, 5, 14, 15, 16, 17, 21,
22, 2.'5, 28, 29 and 30.
September 1, 2, 4, 5. 6 and 7.
Stop overs within limits in either direction.
Final return limit October 31. One way
through California 115.00 additional.
Irquire of any 0.-W. R. & N. Agent
for more complete information or
Wm. VcVURRAY, General Passenger
Agent, Portland, Oregon.
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
" St. Louis $32.00
'• Memphis $32 00
" New York .. $50.00
" Kansas City....525.00
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 Apfnt arrange ticket delivery for
you at colonist rates.
SPECIAL RATES EAST
DATES OF SALE
May 16. 17, 18, 19, 22, 23. 24, 25,
27. 28, 29.
June 5, 7, 9, 10, 12, 16, 17, 21, 22,
28, 29, 30.
July 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 19, 20, 26, 27,
August 3, 4, 5, 14, 15, 16, 17, 21,
22, 23, 28, 29, 30.
September 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6. 7.
ST. PAUL $60
ST. LOUIS S7O
Proportionate rates to other desti
You should take in the route via
the Arrow Lakee and the Canadian
Write for circulars and descriptive
M. E. Malone, Geo. A. Walton,
Tray. P&HB. Agt. General Agent.
14 Wall St., Spokane.
The Gazette $1.50 a year
no trouble snrcß.
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** I*. F. TRIMBLE ASI> P. 11. SIMH> XX
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GRAIN, HAY, REAL ESTATE, INSURANCE, FARM '4fc
xx LOANS AND BONDS
X^ OFFiCE MACKENZIE BLDC. PHONE MAIN 1271 COLFAX, WASH. //
V V -A.X.
XX T>AL°USE LANDS our specialty. We have income xx
xx -*- properties in Spokane that are for trade for Palouse x*
XX land. Our Palouse land list is large, and we will furnish XX
xx same upon application. We have several good buys in xx
Palouse land, and we also have some excellent timothy land xx
XX in the Potlatch district for sale. We have parties owning XX
xx large tracts that want to cut down their holdings, and we H
x^ have a number of small tracts close to Colfax, suitable for XX
XX chicken farms, for sale. We have a number of houses for XX
XX rent, and some good buys in city property. Call on us or vX
X X write us, stating what you might be interested in, and we xx
XX will submit anything that we think might suit you. XX"
XX Our motto is a "Square Deal," and we solicit your pat- yv
xx ronage and ask you to visit our office when in Colfax XX
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Use Gazette Clubbing List and make your money g0 f ar th A
We advertised 18 sections for sale on crop payment plan.
Nine sections have already been sold. Have four sections left
that are good and which we can recommend. Colfax people
have bought three sections and if you are interested we will
arrange so you can talk to them—they can tell you what we
have and how good it is. We do not handle any hot air
propositions. We can sell you a section and you can pay for
it with one-third crop every year. Call at our office and get
full particulars. If you want in, you will have to go now as
this land won't last very long.
Golfax Insurance & Realty Co.
Lippitt Building. Colfax, Wash.
Your Attention IE
The following are two of the good buys offered by
G. W. Lame & Co.
No. 385—A section, 640 acres, all fenced and all cultivated, good well,
windmill and reservoir, good house of five rooms and barn for 22 head of
horses, one half mile to school. 5 miles to Meeker, R. F. I)., county road.
This place a!l iv crop and one third to purchaser. Price $31,000. $10,
--000 cash, balance to suit.
No. 382—Timothy ranch, 160 acres in tract, all fenced, 186 acres culti
vate,], all in crop and all to purchaser, 25 acres good timber, 1 acre home
orchard, watered by spring* and well, good 5-room house cost $1500,
barn 60x60 cost $1000, and fall eet buildings, only one half mile to rail
road station, near Potlatch. Price $75 per acre oa easy terms.
A few good income properties and Spokane property to trade for farm
land. What have you to offer?
G. W. LAKUE & CO.
REAL ESTATE, LOANS AND INSURANCE
Two officee—Colfax and Spokane, W'anh.
Our Slogan—"Bargains for Bayer*, and Buyer* for Bargains."
Headquarters for the Citizens of Whitman County and the I
M. J. MALONEY, Proprietor \J
Our Prices may not be the lowest, but we guarantee every article
The Bar connected with the hotel carries a fine line of imported and
domestic Wines, Liquors and Oigars. When yon get it at th TT
Colfax you get the best produced in the markets of the world
When yon want to find your frienda, go to the Hotel Colfax, the rerotrnizPri
headquarters for everybody. 8 cv
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Gazette, the same prompt attention will
be given to Job Printing aa has always
been the rule. Send in your orders.