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FROM COUNTY'S BOOKS
List of nstruments Filed for
Record in a Week.
Gov. Patents and Receipts
United States to Wm. S. Poe, nh
nwq 32-14-39, patent.
United States to Jas. J. McKone,
nh swq 35, nh eeq 34-12-45, pat
United States to Eldora I. Moore,
nh eeq, swq neq, lot 2 of 4-13-38,
Wm. A. Davis and wife to Wm. L.
Potter, lots 18, 19, blk 21, Oakes
Jno. J. Manwaring and wife to Al
bert Maber, lots 9, 10, blk 36, Oakes
S. B. Nelson to D. F. Staley, lots
12, 13, 20, 21, blk 2, lots 13, 14,
2t, 22, blk 3, Mount View add, Pall
The following parcels of land, lo
cated in Mount View addition, Pull
man, hare been deeded to the state of
Rowena Windus and hnbsand, lots
3, 4, blk 3, $200; W. V. Windus
and wife, lot 18, blk 3, $125; Ellen
Abelson and hu.-band, lota 11, 12,
blk 2, $900; D. F. Staley and wife,
lots 8, 9, blk 2, lota 11, 12, 25, 26,
27, 28, 29, 30, I.lk 3, $900; Jas. A.
Rising, lots 19, 2, blk 3, 1150; J.
J. Staley, lots 14, 15, 16, blk 2,
lots 7, 8, blk 3, $650; W. H. Har-
Tey and wife, lota 14, 15, 16, blk 2,
$1; A. L. Clark et al, lots 19, 20,
blk 3, $1; Amanda Hayzlett, lots 15,
IG, 17, blk 3, $300; W. P. Hick
man and wife, lots 31, 32, blk 3,
$150; W. D. Barkhuff and wife, lota
23, 24, blk 3, $150; Geo. Clark, lots
19, 20, blk 3, 51; VV. 11. Harvey and
wife, lots 22, 23, blk 2, $200; D. P,
Staley and wife, lots 12, 13, 17, 18,
19, 20, 21, 24, blk 2, lots 13, 14,
21, 22, blk 3, $1275.
College Park Improvement Co. to
D. F. Staley, lots 17, 18, 19, 24,
blk 2, Mount View add, Pullman,
E. Bernard Walker and wife to
Claude E. Haytield, lots 5, 6, blk B,
Almina D. Lewis' add, Farmington,
H. rH. Wheeler and wife to M. A.
Fortune, nh uwq, wh neq 24-13-37,
Jno. F. Back to Ed^. E. Sieyel.
seq nwq 27-20-41, $1500.
Maggie McKinley and husband to
Delilah J. Cummins, lot 6, 2nd add,
St. John, $1200.
R. M. Carroll to Potlatch Lumber
Co., ch r2, blk 3, Wiley's add, Pa
Thoe. A. White and wife to R. B.
Warren, lot 1, blk 3, St. John, £75.
Wm. L. Potter and wife to W. A.
Davis, lots 1, 2, blk 1, Brown's add,
E. W. Wagner and wife to August
Warnecke, lot 13, blk H, Greif's
add, Uniontown, $50.
Wm. P. Ellis et al to Margaret
Kllis, lot 2, blk 35, Farmington, ST.
Chas. E. Scriber and wife to C. L.
MaoKenzie, lots 4, 5, 6, blk 3, lots
1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, blk 4, T. EL Sbobe'e
2nd add, LaCrosee, tracts in La-
Peter J. Warnecke et ux to Arnold
Faerber et al, lots 4, 5, 6, 11, 12, 13,
14, blk I, lots 3, 4, 13, 14. blk
H, Greif s add, Uniontown, $4000.
Josephine Turcotte and husband
to Edw. Knuth, tract in 1-10-45,
Frank B. Petsel to Jas. T. Wocdy,
lot 3, blk 24, Gartield, lease.
Lamont State Bank to J. If. Little
field, lot 3, blk 20, Lamont, $150.
Pullmau Lodge I. O. O. F., to
Lewis F. Eccles, lot 14, cemetery
Catholic Bishop of Nisqually to
Geo. N. Herboth, pt 7-12-4G, $700.
The following parcels of land 10
---ated in Thornton have been deeded
to Whitman county:
W. 0. Baker and wife, pt blk 5,
II; pt blk 6, 81; G. C. Grant, pt
blk 6, $1;L. O. Willey and wife,
pt blk 5, 81; Ralph Comegys et al
pt blk 6, Ji; L. L. Holt and wif«]
pt blk 0, 81; Alpha M. Kuehl and
husband, pt blk 5, Si; R. C. Barton
et al, pt blk 5, II; E. A. Stone and
wife, rt blk 6, 11; Jos. Assad, pt
blk 5, $1; Cha^. s. Bumgarnt-r and
wif.', pt blk 5, 81,
Oliver A. Broyles and wife to
Robt. A. Wuods, uwq 35-16-40, $1.
G. W. Lane and wife to R. A.
Birdwell, pt 36-18-45, $300u.
Milwaukee Laud Co. to Mable
Tomia, lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, blk 4,
Henry Kaiser and wife to Adam L.
Eafus?, seq 12-17-4 C, $5600.
Rebecca F. Adams to Willie P.
Adams, sh 4-14-42, love.
Treasurer cf Whitman county to W.
J. Greer et al, lot 2, blk 3b. Per'
kius and Prescott's Riverside add
Hiram Lodge No. 21, p. aD( \ A
M., to Luella Dutf, lot 80, Ist add,
Masonic cemetery, $20.
Leonard .Nesely to Clark S. Xye
lots 4, 5, 6, 7, blk 9, Lawrence and
Holbrook's add, Pullman, $100.
Ja9. M. Sewell to (ieneva M. Sew
ell, lot 2, blk 67, Daw's add, Pall
man, $1; lots 6, 7, 8, blk 21, Daw's
add, Pullmau, $1; lots 9, 10, blk 21,
Dan', add, Pullman, 11.
Milwaukee Land Co. to P. O. Hart,
lota 7, 8, bik 6, Maiden, 11440; to
L. Brickie, lota 1, 2, blk 85, Mil
waukee Land Co.'s let add, Maiden,
Maxie C. Morse to J. E. Lindsey,
lotfr 27, 28, 29, McUee's subdivision
of lots 1, 2 of 5-14-45, 1650.
N. J. Hunt and wife to C. Allen
Parker, nwq 15-16-43, except, 58942.
Frank Lehman to B. B. Gilliland,
wh 27-15-37, eh aeq, swq seq, seq
swq 28- i 5-37, nwq, nwq neq 34-15
--37, except, $12,000.
Kittie Roach and husband to Earn
est E. Pike and wife, pt '29-20-39,
Kittie Roach and husband to Earn
est E. Pike and wife, pt 29-20-39,
Thos. C. Baker and wife to Fannie
0. Cobb, lot 3, blk 9, McDonald's
2nd add, Tekoa, $1350.
Eva Smith and husband to Jno.
Hesse, sh lot 8, blk 1, Mumm's 2nd
add, Rosalia, $600.
*F. R. Miller and husband to Lee
J. Coberly, pt neq 29-18-45, $10,
Iva Bowen and husband to W. A.
Sparks, nh neq, seq neq, neq seq 4
Kittie Roach and husband to Cris
tian Larson and wife, pt 29-20-39,
Northwestern Improvement Co. to
Andrew S. Hughes, lots 11, 12, blk
24, Lamont, $332.
Hugh Broderiek to Ellen Broder
ick, pt 32-20-39, $1.
Railway Land and Improvement
Co. to Wm. Juncke, sh lot 5, nh lot
6, blk 13, resurvey ot Steptoe, $40.
Albert M. Richardson aud wife to
James B. Clinton, lot 9, McGee's
subdivision of lots 1, 2 of 5-14-45,
Delilah J. Cummins aud husband
to Elias Davis, lot 6, 2nd add, St.
Minnie Old and husband to Abbie
C. Baker, lots 2, 3, 4, blk 19, Pull
Edw. E JSiegel aud wife to M. P.
Burrow, pt sections 27, 22 in 20-41,
Jan. H. Seney et ux to M. L. Eeil
ley, nh neq 34-20-44, $2500.
Arnold Faerber and wife to Peter
J. Warneeke, lots 4, 5, 6, 11, 12, 13,
14, blk I, lots 3, 4, 13, 14, blk 11,
Greif's add, Uniontowu, tract in 0
C. Allen Parker and wife to N.
J. Hunt, nwq, except, 15-16-43.
W. B. Cromwell and wife to Inter
national Mtg. Bank, eh nwq 36-16-45,
P. L. Sain and wife to J. N. Po
cock, eeq 13-18-43, $1800.
Robt. A. Woods to W. J. Bums,
all 27, neq 34, nwq 35-16-40, except,
C. Allen Parker and wife to Eliza
Jane Richardson, nwq, except, 15-16
Isabella D. Baird and husband to
L. W. Kingsbury, lot 3, blk 33, Pull
Sarah J. Lankey and husband to
R. H. Reid, wh nwq 21-16-44, $800.
Jno. J. Smith to R. M. Campbell,
sh swq 36-16-44, $610.
Mary C. Spalding to First Savings
and Trust Bank, lots 1, 2, blk 48,
A. H. Pitzer to Union Trust and
Savings Bank, neq 19-18-45, $3850.
Henry A. Malsed and wife to Ar
thur D. Jones and Co., nwq, nh ewq,
nh tseq, except, 20-17-45, $650.
ThOB. Culbertson to Frank Russell,
livestock, 2-3 orop on pt seq 3118
F. E. Wilhelm to D. C. Sever,
2-3 crop on uwq 2, neq 3, eh nwq 3
i 16-43, 1700.
Grant Clarke et al to J. I. Cast'
Threshing Mcb. Co., threshing outfit,
Geo. McCutchen to Collax National
Bank, livestock, $850.
Grant Clark to Wm. L. LaFollette,
L. M. Merriok to A. J. Logsdon,
crop on nwq 15-15-39, swq 11-15-39,
W. E. Deegan to Farmers Imple
ment Co., livestock, etc., $100.
j ECZEMA CURE A BEAUTY WASH
Although D. D. I). Prescription has
; been recognized for years as the one
| remedy for Eczema, I'soriasis, and all
■ other forms of skin diseases, it is nnw
known that there is no other wash, even
those used by the beauty sppeialists,
! that can compare wirh thia mild liquid
; for cleansing the skin of pimples, black
j heads, rash, and all similar skin affec
For this reason alone, a bottle of D.
■ I). 1) should be kept on hand in every
I household. A trial 25c bottle will show
you tbe merits of this great remedy as a
j complexion wash.
1). D. D. seems to remove the cause,
whatever tbe trouble may be, cleansing
the skin, and leaving it as soft, as
I smooth and clear ac that of a healthy
(let a 25c bottle today and keep it in
Hamilton Drug Co., Colfax, Wash,
Woman loves a clear, rosy complexion.
Burdock Blood Bitters puri6es the blood,
clears the ekin, restores ruddy, Bound
COLFAX GAZETTE, COLFAX, WASHINGTON, MAY 26, 1911.
H. Warren to Jno. J. Manwaring,
Thoe. Griffin to Jno. J. Mauwar
ing, real mtg.
Virlgnia Hayues et al to W. E.
Callihan, real mtg.
C. T. Penuin£,'ton to Maggie Mo-
Kinley and husband, real mtg.
Investors Mtg. Security Co. to
Christian Oswald, real mtg.
M. L. Reilley to W. I. Trackwell
et ax, real mtg.
G. F. Livingston to W. B. Crom
well, real mtg.
M. Lottie Sherman to Mary A.
Nevins, real mtg.
Pullman State Bank to W. A. Rick
Geo. L. Rifenberick to Otto H.
Fett et al, lien.
Oliver A. Broyles et al to Robt. A,
Woods, real mtg.
Jno. N. Morgan to A. F. Goddard,
Geo. W. Post to Sarah J. Lankey
and husband, real mtg.
Bills of Sale
C. Allen Parker et al to N. J.
Hunt, ice and fuel business, $1.
Frank H. Endeley to Wheeler Mot
ter Co., livestock.
Conditional Bills of Sale
Northwest School Furniture Co. to
First M. E. Church, Colfax, furnish
Geo. L. Cornelius to Harriet Eru
mons, automobile, ?1025.
Grote-Rankin Co. to Mrs. F. J.
Schmidt, household goods, $C 9.
Colfax State Bank to A. J. Logt-
don, real mtg.
H. A. Kaeppler to W. E. Stanger,
Oliver Typewriter Co. to J. L.
Hunt, typewriter, $100; to A. A.
Cobb, typewriter, -^lOO; to A. M.
Finch, typewriter, $100.
VVinton Motor Car Co. to Mark
Smith, automobile, 6000.
National Cash Register Co. to J.
L. Irwin, register, $60; to M. JB.
Elliott, register, £00.
Mark F. Jones and Sous Piano Co.
to U. H. ihomße, piauo, *375.
Amanda Hayzlett to the public,
Estate of Naucy M. Brown to First
Trust Co. of Moscow, letters of ad
Cariuin and Logan Co., list of
Jo». Stark vs. Lula M. Stark, lie
Geo. -F. Stivers and wife to the
public, pt 33-18 45, plat.
Lambert Taufen to the public,
Also Coughs, Colds, Croup and
V. T. McCroskey guarantees HYOMEI
(pronounce it High o-ou) to cure ca
tarrh, acute or chronic; to cure colds,
coughs, croup and sore throat, or money
In cases of deafness caused by catarrh,
there is no remedy so efficient.
HYOMEI is a liquid extracted from
the eucalyptus trees of Australia, and is
a soothing, healing, germ killing anti
A complete HYOMEI outfit consisting
of a bottle of HYOMEI and an indestruc
tible hard rubber pocket inhaler costs
$1.00. For treating catarrh or any
throat or nose ailment, pour a few drops
into the inhaler and breathe.
That's all you have to do, and as the
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If you now own a HYOMEI inhaler
you can buy an extra bottle of HYOYIEI
for ODly 50 cents at V T. McCroskey's
or druggists everywhere.
Do Ghosts Haunt Swamps?
No. Never. It'H foolish to fear a fan
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perils to guard against in swamps and
marshes, bayous and lowlands. These
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bolus and muscles, and may induce
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If you want the news you must take
Order to Show Cause Why Mort
gaffe or Sale of Real Estate
Should Not be Made.
In the superior court of Whitman county,
state of Washington,
In the matter oi the estate of Detlef Rah:i, de
it appearing to the said court by the petition
this; day presented and filed by L. L. Briming,
the administrator of the estate of Detlef Kahn,
deceased, praying for an order for mortgage or
snlf of real estate; that it is necessary to mort
gage or sell all of the real estate, to pay the
debts of said estate and cost> of administration.
It is therefore ordered by the said court that
all persons interested in the estate of said de
1, appear before the said superior
28th day of June. 1911, at ten o'clock a.
m . of said day, at the court room of said
rior court, at Colfax, in said county and
state, to show cause why an order should not
be granted to the said administrator to mort
r sell so much of the real estate of said
- d as shall be necessary; and that a copy
of this order be published at least four suc
cessive weeks in the Colfax Gazette, a news
paper printed and published ia Whitman
county, state of Washington,
Dated 23rd day of May. 1911.
THOMAS NEILL, Superior Judge.
State of Washington, county ot W hitman— ss.
I. Geo. H. Newman, clerk of the superior
court of Whitman county, state of Washington,
do hereby certify that the foregoing is a true,
full aud correct copy of an order duly made
and entered upon the minutes of the said su
Witness my hand and the seal of said court,
this 23rd day of May. 1911
[skall GEO. H. NEWMAN, County Clerk.
Chas. L. Chamberlin, Attorney for Adminis
FROM ALL POINTS ON
Oregon- Washington Rail
road «t Navigation Co.
Chicago $72 50
Council Bluff* \
Kansas City.. '. $60.00
St. Joseph.... i"
St. Paul I
St. Paul, via Council Bluff* $63.90
Minneapolis, direct $60.00
Minneapolis, via Council Bluff* 63 90
St Louia $70 00
May 16. 17. 18, 19, 22, 23, 24, 25,
27, 28 and 29.
June 5 7, 9, 10, 12, 16, 17, 21, 22,
28, 29 and 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 nnd 30.
September 1, 2, 4. 5, 6 and 7.
Stop-overs within limits in either direction.
Final return limit October 31. Oue way
through California 115.00 additional.
It quire of any 0.-W. It. & N. Agent
for more complete information or
Wlf. Me MURRAY. General Passenger
Agent, Portland, Oregon.
SPECIAL RATES EAST
DATES OF SALE
Mfy 16, 17, IS, 19, 22, 23, 24, 25,
27, 28, 29.
June T>. 7, 9, 10, 12, 16, 17, 21, 22,
28, 29, .'JO.
July 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, G, 19, 20, 26, 27,
Augunt 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 $70
Proportionate rates to other debti
You should take in the route via
the Arrow Lakes and the Canadian
Write for circulars and descriptive
M E. M ALONE, Geo. A. Walton,
Tthv. IVihh Agt. »'Jener«l Ageut.
14 Wall St., Spokane.
Around the Circle
for Forty Dollars
Going Via Returning Via
MACLEOD THE DALLES
VANCOUVER WALLA WALLA
SEATTLE INLAND EMPIRE
or Vice Versa
Tickets solil daily, June 1 to Sep
tember 1. Final limit October 31.
Write for particulars
M. E. Malone, Geo. A. Walton,
Tray. Pass. Agt. Gen. Apt. Pass. Dept.
14 Wall St., Spokane
® SUMMER FARES
INLAND ELECTRIC TRAINS
and connecting Ihiph at Spokane —
either the G N., N. P., or C. P. Ry.
Tickets on sale by all Inland agents j
bpginnintr May IG, with return limit
October 31. Round trip from any
point on Inland,
To St. Paul or Kansas City ?G0 00
To St. Louis. 70 no
To Chicago 72 50
To New York or Philadelphia. .108 50
To Boston 110 00
and other points in proportion.
At-K INLAND AGENT
for full insormation and to check your bag
Now is the time to get rid of your
rheumatism. You will find Chamber
lain's Liniment wonderfully effective.
One application will convince you of its
merite. Try it. For sale by all dealers. '
Whitman Realty & Grain Go.
D. F. TRIMBLE I>l> I\ 11. SIMH\
GRAIN, HAY, REAL ESTATE, FIRE AND LIFE INSUR
OFFICE MACKENZIE BLDC. PHONE MAIN 1271 COLFAX, WASH.
WE HAVK 130 acres Rboot three-fourths of a mile from Culfax, all
under cultivation and in crop, that we want to trade for IGO
; acres with fair improvement*, a reasonable distance from Colfax or any
> other good town in the I'alouse country, nay from 4 to 7 miles from
■ town. So if you want to get close to Colfax, submit to us what you
have for trade for this 180 acres.
We also have IG<> acres in Klickitat county, 180 acres in cultivation
L and crop, of wMch one-third goes to purchaser, fair improvements,
; good water, ]'» miles to school. We have this for sale at $2000, but
[ we are in the trading btMiaeai and we would like to have you submit to
[ us anything that you have for trade for this, say a good farming out
[ tit, or a piece of land, or city property that has an income. Our equity
[ in this piece of land is $1200. Let us hear what you have to match this.
; We aleo have other properties to trade for Palonse land. We have
; good fruit farms, income Spokane property, residence property, irri
; gated lands, and in fact we have most, anything to trade you for your
; farm land if you want to make a change In a good many casea we can
; pay you the greater part in cash in trades. Let us know what you
; have for trade and what you want to trade for and we will try to
; match it up for you. Come in and get acquainted with us while you
; have some time to spare, and when fall comes and you have grain to
■ sell you will know where we are located.
; We write Fire Insurance on grain in the field and warehouses, and on
your farm buildiogn, and solicit a part of >our insurance business.
We write Life Insurance that cannot be beat. Let us tell you about
our Life Insurance Bonds. Don't let your automobile go without an
insurance. W P on | v rharjze 2 p^r cent. List your farm with us and
wa eh the results. Onr motto is a "Square Deal" and you will get it
by dealing with us. Auk us about our Montana laud located in the
Double brick store, one story, North Monroe, 2 houses in
Union Park Addition, Spokane, value $12,500, mortgage
$2000; will trade for good timothy or wheat farm and assume
Income—located inside one-half mile circle in Spokane,
ground 50x142 feet to alley, semi-business, present income,
$3000 per year. Three story, solid brick, white pressed brick
front, building occupies about one-third ground, room to
build on, price $35,000; will trade equity of $27,500 for good
farm in Eastern Washington.
A lhprta [mirk Only 4 ffood sections left to sell
niMClld JJailUk} on crop payment plan.
COLFAX CITY PROPERTY—We are offering a bargain
in a six-room house and one acre of land, right in heart of
Colfax. Easy terms if desired.
Coif ax Insurance & Realty Co.
Llppitt Building Oollux, \V»>,li.
Your Attention yr t
The following are two of the good buys offered by
G. W. Lame & Co.
No. 385—A section. C4O acren, nil fenced and all cultivated, good we ||
windmill and reservoir, good house of tive rooms and barn for 22 head of
homes, one half mile to school. 5 miles to Meeker, R. F. D., county road
This place all in crop and one third to purchaser. Price $31,000 $10 -
000 cash, balance to suif.
No. 382—Timothy ranch. 160 acres in tract, all fenced, 135 acres culti
vated, all in crop and all to purchaser, 25 acres good timber, 1 acre home
orchard, watered by springs and well, good 5-room house cost $1500
barn 60x60 cost $1000, and full Per building*, only one half mile to rail
road station, near Potlatch. Price $75 per acre on easy terms
A few good income properties and Spokane property to trade for farm
land. What have you to oBei?
G. W. LARUE & CO.
REAL ESTATE, LOANS AND INSURANCE
Two offices—Colfax and Spokane, Wash.
Our Slogan—"Bargains for Buyers, and Buyers for Bargains."
Grand View Addition to Colfax
Lots.fone, five and ten acre tracts. Entire addition is
practically level, plenty of water and wide streets. New road
to addition will be an exceptionally fine road with easy grade
Values* in this addition will practically double when th » -
road is completed. Will be sold on easy terms. For fll
G. W. LARUE & CO., c£^*£x
The Wheat Field ofth* World
For special R. R. rates to instigate these lands apply t
G. A. YANCEY & CO
General Agents C. P. R. Land Dept. #
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