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FROM COUNTY'S BOOKS
List of nstruments Filed for
Record in a Week.
Coy. Patents and Receipts
United States to Crocket A. Divine,
neq ewq, uh seq 28-19-40, patent.
United States to Jno. H. Berrett,
nh nwq 14-18-39, patent.
Mary E. Ebbert to Barbara Hender
pon, lots 8, 9, 10, blk 29, McKea
zie's add, Pullman, agreement,
Oscar E. Bolton and wife to Robt.
O. Farthing, loth 1, 2, blk 60, Gill's
add, Garßeld, -MaOO.
Thos. P. Prichard and wife to
Michael Men 11, lots 1, 6, blk 22,
Mumm's add, Rosalia, $3200.
C. Bowman et ux to Chas. C.
Schreck, eh, teg -swq 4-14-38, 850,
Wm. C. Fudge and wife to Robt.
A. Woods, all 27-16-40, $1.
Harmon Scott et ux to G. P. Liv
ingeton, eh lot 2, blk 14, lots 10, 11,
12, blk 47, Fullman, $10,000.
College Park Improvement Co. to
M. K. Suyder, lot 15, blk 6, College
Park add, Pullman, 1300; lot 16, Mk
6, College Park add, Pullman, $400.
C. L. MacKeuzie and wife to E. S.
Knowlton, lots 4, 5, 6, blk 3, T. H.
Shobe's 2nd add, LaCroese, $325.
Craig Blankensbip and wife to
Walter R. Jaquea et ux, lot IT, Me
'Jee's subdivision of Bwq 33-15-40,
Llewellyn T. Brockway et ux to
Thos. F. Priobard, lot 1, blk 22,
Mamm's add, Rosalia, $150.
Daniel R. Campbell and wife to
M. K. Snyder et ax, lots 7, 8, blk 5,
Eeaney's 2nd add, Pullman, $3530.
Jno. W. Games to Jno. W. Blaia
et al, swq neq, seq nwq, nwq
teg, neq swq 19-16-45, SI.
Zella A. Blain et al to W. E. Mr-
Croskey et ai, undivided third inter
est in svvq neq, seq nwq, nwq seq,
aeq ewq 19-16-45, 81.
Phillip Kleweno and wife to Joo.
Repp, pt seq 18-17-42, $50 per acre,
Fraternal Cemetery of Palonse to
Morris Metoalf, lot 123, Fraternal
Chas. Hoeok and wife to Gustav
Hurchmann, lots 1, 2, blk 2, b'ir^t
add, Rosalia, $1.
Colton State Bank to Frank Fite,
lots 5, G, 7, 8, blk C, Ferguson's 3rd
add, Colton, 8350.
Lillie Silzel to P. T. Silzel, undi
vided half interest in swq seq, sh
swq, uwq swq 12-19-44, $1.
Jos M. Brown to Pierce T. Silzel,
neq ewq 12-19-44, 62400.
Frank T. Hoppin et ux to Anna
May Kreyssler, eeq 24-15-39, all of
Adam Repp et ax to Henry Mohr.
seq 29-16 41, 68000.
D. G. Hollifleld and wife to Fort
Lapwai State Bank, undivided ball
interest in pt 20-18-4 4, 11.
Mrs. Nekoliua Myron and husband
to R. L. Rayon, tract in Oakcsdale,
R. L. Ragon and wife to Nekolina
Myron, nta neq 30-17 31), $2000.
H. S. Hollingsworth and wife to
Olive E. Maloney, tract in neq nwq
Hiram G. Martz and wife to Sam
nel P. Shawgo, pt 29-18-41, 625.
Annie F. Bush and husband to V.
E. Kuhn, pt neq 814-4;"), $1250.
Winona Cemetery Ass'n. to Edwin
Burgess, lot 22, Winona cemetery,
Adah R. Webster to J. W. Splater
et al, eh swq, wh e«<q 18-13-39, $1200.
Samuel R. White to Edw. C.
White, pt 32-18-42, 81.
Edw. C. White and wife to Samuel
White, pt 32-IS-12, 81.
Milwaukee Land Co. to Maiden
Water Works Co., pt 24-20-12 $1.
Milwaukee Laod Co. to F. F. Fie
belkoru, lota 7. 8, Mk 4:>, Maldeu
E. W. Warner and wife to R. E.
Atkinson, lot 8, blk 15, Rosalia^
Cbaa. A. Ballard and wife to E. R.
Miller, lots 5, 6, blk 2, Gartield
McGregor Land and Livestock Co.
to Wm. Z. Harvey, all 7-13-38
C. M. Hooper to Fred W. Hooper
pt blks 2, 3, Hooper's add, Johnson'
S. V. Lowry to F. S. Cole, lots 0.
10, B. R. Ret-d's add, LaCros^e, $io!
Louise Ham to Ira S Sperry et alj
eh Bwq, wh seq 8-13-38, 6700.
W. F. Krouee and wife to W O
Honn, lot 7, blk 1, Catlett'g add
W. H. Harvey and wife to Pull
man-Leo Fruit Products Uo , o ts 1
2, 15, 16, 17, 18, blk 4 , Lawrence
and Holbrook's add, Pullman, Sf.oo
Ruby E. Nye to Pullman-Leo Fruit
Products Co., lots 5, 6, 7, blk 4
Lawrence and Holbrook's add Pull
Chas. A. Barber et al to Mount
Peasley, swq 14-18-42, $5600.
Ulysses S. Mix to Joe. E. Pi,-k
--erd. tract in Palouse, $3500.
Thos. Keyes and wife to Mra. M.
A. Cook, lot 3, blk 13, Sunset, $60.
E. N. Beach and wife to Wm. A.
Averill, lot 5, blk 25, Beach's let
add, Palooee, SSOO.
Ira N. Nye and wife to Pullman-
Leo Fruit Products Co., lota 3, 4,
13, blk 4, Lawrence and Holbrookes
add, Pullman, $200.
Walter R. Jaques and wife to
Frank Zalesky, lot 17, McGee's sub
division of swq 33-15-45, $700.
M. X Snyder to Pullman bavings
and Loan Aee'n., lots 7, 8, blk 5,
Reaney's 2nd add, Pullman, $1750.
\V. H. Looney et ux to Jas. Nan
ney, undivided eixth interest in swq
eeq 34-15-44, 81041.
Milan Still and wife to Spokane
and Eastern Trust Co., nwq seq, nb
ewq 1, neq, neq seq, nh nwq eeq, nh
sh nwq eeq 2-18-39, except, 82200.
Walter H. Thomas and wife to Wm.
Chamberlain, tiact in nwq ueq 11-15
Jno. A. Bowman and wife to Col
fax State Bank, pt 5-17-43, 83000.
Chas. C. Schreck and wife to First
Savings and Truet Bank, eh, seq swq
Henry Mohr and wife to Adam
Repp, seq 29-16 41, $15UC.
Henry Moor and wife to Colfax
State Bank, nwq 32-16 41, 83300.
D. D. Xead and wife to J. S. Fair
res, eh lot 4, lots 5, 6, 7, blk —,
Jno. Bowman et ux to Colfax Na
tional Bank, pt 5-17-43, 81700.
Margaret A. Marsh and husband to
Albert Owes, 1-20-40, $1400.
Wm. I. Clark and wife to Interna
tional Mtg. Bank,, seq 26-15-45,
J. W. Splater et ux to Adah R.
Wetster, eh swq, wh seq 18-13-39,
V. E. Kuhn and wife to Annie F.
Bush, pt 8-14-45, fIOOO.
Wm. H. Goldingand wife to Pacific
Loan and Investment Co., Ltd., eh
swq, lots 6, 7 of 6-17-43, seq 1-17
Maiden Water Works to Union
Trust and Savings Bank, pt 24-20-42,
franchises, eto., 815,000.
Wm. H. Golding and wife to W. J.
Burns, swq, neq 17-17-43, except,
David S. Ryan and wife to Armin
and Tupppr Mtg. Loan Co., seq 18
--14-40, SISOO. <i
Anna Drew Ford to International
Mtg. Bank, sh neq 7-17-46, 82000.
Wm. Z. Harvey and wife to North
western and Pacific Hypotheekbank,
all of 7-13-38, 85000.
I. W. Bailie and wife to J. W.
Seat, pt lots 8, 9, blk 4, Johnson,
O. Mitchell and wife to Jno. C.
Ruth, lot 4, eh lot 5, blk 15, Reau
ey's 2nd add, Pullman, 81800.
Ueo. J. Gray to Jos. MacEachern,
2-3 crop on pt lots 1, 2, sh neq 4-18
Oliver Willson to R. M. Ryan, live
Cyrus N. Neel to Colfax National
Bank, third of crop on sh 3-14-40,
Frederick Brotbeisto Star Drilling
Machine Co., machinery, 81533.
Crumpton Flowers and wife to Col
ton State Bank, 2-3 crop on pt sec
tions 3, 4, 9 in 12-45, SIOOC.
Jno. Bowman et ux to Colfax Na
tional Bank, crop on pt 5-17-43,
Jno. J. Reed to J. I. Case Thresh
ing Machine Co., machinery, 6250.
Margaret A. Marsh and husband to
Albert Owes, crop on 1-20-4 0, 61000.
Jno. Rexford to Wheeler Motter
Co., 2-3 crop on seq 17, nh neq 20
J. W. Barger to Gildersleeve Bros.,
meat market outfit, $963.
E. M. Miller to National Bank of
Oakesdale, livestock, 6818.
Fred Melhuish to First National
Bank of Maldeu, livestock, 6590.
Jno. H. Hills to Minneapolis
Threshing Machine Co., threshing
H. L. Livinstrton to Bank of
Spra^'ue, 2-3 crop on neq 29-19-39,
Horace Mills to Jos. Little, live
W. O. Proffett to Butler Supply
Co., livestock, crop on wh 30-17-39,
I. W. Bailie and wife to J. W.
Seat, machinery, $250.
L. C. Sumpter to F. C. Poole et
al, livestock, 6253.
J. W. Wilson to W. M. Irwin, live
W. E. Dee^au to Huntley Bros.,
crop on tract in eh 22-16-43, $104.
Leonard E. Merry to Gildersleve
Bros., livestock, 6360.
IS YOUR SKIN ON FIRE?
Does it seem to you that you can't
stand another minute of that awful,
That it MUST be cooled?
That yon MUST h»ve relief?
Get a mixture of Oil of Wintergreen,
Thymol, and other soothing ingredients
as compounded only in I). D. D. Pre
The very first dropß STOP that aw
ful burning instantly!
The first drops soothe and heal!
D. D D. gives you comfort—cleanses
the skin of all impurities and washes
away pimples and blotches over night!
Take our word on it as your local
Get a $1.00 or a 25 cent bottle today.
Hamilton Drug Co., Colfax, Wash.
COLFAX GAZETTE, COLFAX, WASHINGTON, JUNE 9, 1911.
Frank Poehner to Jas. F. Kenoyer
et ax, real mtg.
F. M. R. Roberta to Samuel O.
Allen, real mtg.
N. W. xMcGee to Craig Blanken
sbip, real mtg.
Jaa. Nanney to W. H. Looney, real
Frank Poscbner to J. F. Kenoyer,
Samuel Eaeto to Mrs. Fred N. Ja
Colfax State Bank to Jno. Bow
man, oh it.
Ladd and Bush to P.T. Silzei et ux,
Netherlands American Mtg. Bank
to R. B. Hatley, real mtg; to \Vm. I.
Clark real mtg.
Geo. Hill et al to J. K. Weedmark et
Bank of Winona to Wm. J. Fana
! izok, real mtg.
G. E. Hunt to Jno. Wiles, real
E. D. Priest to Annie F. Bush and
husband, real mtg.
Wliliame-Elallett and Griswold to
J. H. Zornes, real intn.
L. H. Larson to Maiden Water
works Co., real mt^.'.
First National Bauk of Maiden to
Fred Melhuiab, chat.
O. V. Bryson to J. R. Gard, con
ditional bill of sale.
Everett N. Cramer to Margaret
A. Marsh and husband, real mtg.
Aultman and Taylor Mchy. Co. to
C H. Laugbehn et al, chat.
C. A. Leighton to Geo. A. Sly,
T. B. Matlock to O. Mitchell, real
Bills of Sale
C. H. Walters to M. F. Munoey,
G. W. Gale to J. F. dale, hotel
Roy H. Berry to Fred E. Helwig,
cafe furniture, $1.
Conditional Bills of Sale
National Cash Register Co. to
James Martin, register, £80; to Win
dus anci Ellsworth, register, 860.
J. H. St. Lawrence to C. 13. Swift,
O. V. Bryson to Mrs. J. R. Gard,
Oliver Typewriter Co. to M. F.
Becker, typewriter, 6100.
Henry R. Piper to T. B. Matlock,
J. N. Pocock to First Savings and
Trust Bank, real mtg.
M. Ogle to P. A. Carlon, real mtg.
Juo. W. Woodruff to E. Howell,
Elijah 11. Hopkins to the public,
P. P. Egan to the public, affidavit.
J. E. Moore to the pubilo, affida
Potlatch Lumber Co. vr. J. K. Tru
ax, lis pendeus.
Town of Maiden to Maiden Water
Works Co., franchise.
Judith D. Ralph to the public, affi
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and temper. But its nurd for a woman
to be charming without health. A weak,
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For plumbing, material and supplies,
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CALL FOR BIDS.
Notice is hereby that Local
No. 4 8 of the Farmers Educational
and Co-operative Union of America
will receive bids for 100,000 wheat
Baokn and 45,000 oat sacks, to bo de
livered not later than July 10, 1911,
in the following quantities at the
following points, to-wit: 160,000
wheat sacks, 40,000 oat sacks, at Col
fax, Washington; 70,000 wheat sacks
at Diamond, Washington; 40,000
wheat sacks at Mockonema, Washing
ton ; 00,000 wheat sacks at Endi
cott, Washington; 34,000 wheat sacks
and 5000 oat sacks at Almota, Wash
ington. All bids must be sealed and
marked "Bid for Grain Sacks 1' and
be filed in the hands of John Bloom,
chairman of .^aid committee, at Col
fax, Washington, by 2 o'clock p. ru.
of Saturday, June 10, 1911. Said
bids must specify the quality of sacks
and be accompanied by samples of
same, and state the price per sack f.
o. b. at points of delivery. Said
bids shall also specify a price for
each additional 50,000 sacks, in. case
said Local shall desire to increase
the above order.
Bids will be opened at the hall of
eaid Local in Colfax, Wash., on Sat
urday, June 10, 1911, at the
hour of 2 o'clock p. m. of said day.
Said Local reserves the right to re
ject any and all bids.
John H. Bloom,
J. W. Arrasmith,
W. M. Lee,
B. T. Manchester,
Sack Committee of Colfax Local
No. 48. jan2-9
Oon't Overlook This
A Careful Perusal Will Prove
It's Value to Every Colfax
The average man is a doubter, and there is
little wonder -hat this is so. Misrepresenta
tions make people skeptics. Now-a-days the
public ask for better evidence than the testi
mony of strangers. Here is proof which
dhould convince every Colfax reader.
T. A. Ireland, the undefeated champion
crack r fie shot of the Northwest, residing at
218 Mill etreet, Uolfax, Wash , says: "About
two years ago kidney trouble made its ap
pearance in my case. My sight became poor
and black spots often appeared befora my
eyes. Pains in the small of my back began to
bother me and became so severe that 1 was
practically helpleßß. The kidney secretions
were highly colored and passed i-regularly,
this weakness disturbing my rest at night.
I used over eighty bottles of medicine from
one physician but did not improve to any ex
tent. 1 became very nervous and felt mis
erable in every why. One of my relatives ad
vised roe to try Doan's Kidney Pills and I
procured a supply. To my gratification I im
proved soon after beginning their use and I
am glad to make the fact known that I was
completely cured. I wish to expres my ap
preciation for what Doan's Kidney Pills did
for nee and I shall be pleased to answer any
inquiries about my experience.''
For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents.
Foater-Milburn Co., Buffalo, New York, sole
agents for the United States.
Remember the name—Doan'e—and take no
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Be speake German
Office with G. W. Larue & Co.
See me before making arrange
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For special R. R. rates to investigate these lands, apply to
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"Criminal Indifference,'' you say. And you are right. But how much
worse is it than what you are doing every day? You have repeatedly read
our advertisements telling you you ought to attend to your tire insurance,
but have you done anything about it? Many have, but many of you have
done nothing about having your insurance written. You are still "fid
dling " In the history of fire insurance in America, a large number of tire
insurance companies have failed or retired from business. To be insured
in companies such as we represent—all old liners—costs no more than to
be insured in one that may go out of business next week.
It's your property which is to be insured. It's your money that pays
the premium. You are to get the indemnity in cane of 6re. In abort, it's
your business and this matter is up to you. Why then, don't you DO
something? Cheap insurance never spelled anj thing. It may be cheap to
get in, but expensive in the loni? run.
00 IT TODAY--20 COMPANIES TO SELECT FROM
Colfax Insurance & Realty Co.
Lippitt If niidiiift? Colf«x, Wnxh.
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XX W K IJAVE 130 aereH about three-fourths of a mile from Colfax, all
XX under cultivation and in crop, that we want to trade for IGO £y
XX acres with fair improvements, a reaHonable distance from Colfax or any XX
XX °ther B°Od tOWD 'n the Palouse countl%y. H«y from 4to 7 miles from XX
town. So if you want to get close to Colfax, submit to uh what you XX
XX have for trade for this 130 acres. XX
XX We also have IGO acres in Klickitat county, 130 acres in cultivation ii
XX and cn.p, of which one-third «oe« to purchaser, fair improvements/
XX fijood water, ]' nileH to school. We have this for sale at $2000 but \\
XX we are in the trading buHiness and we would like to have you submit to XX
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55 ?*' Pr a piece of lHn(1 ' nr «•* property that has an income. Our eouitv XX
XX in this piece of land is $1200. Let us hear what you have to match this. XX
We aleo have other properties to trade for Falouse land. We have xx
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;>;> trated lands, and in fact we have mo*t any thine to trade you for' your XX
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££ pay you the greater part in cash in trades. Let us know what you XX
££ have for trade and what you want to trade for and we will try to XX
— match it up for you. Come in and get acquainted with us while you XX
££ have some time to spare, and when fall cornea and you have grain to *X
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XX Jour farm buildings, and solicit a part of your insurance business v v
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Your Attention y
™ fii • r . Moment
Ihe following are two of the good buys offered by
G. W. Lame & Co.
No. 385-A section, G4O acre*, all fenced and all cultivated tmnH n
windmill and reservoir, good boa* of five roo ffi9 and barn for' 22 head'oi
horses, one half mile to echool, 5 miles to Meeker R w r>
This place all in crop and onethird to purchaser. Pme* 3^00(7 Z^'-\
000 cash, balance to suit. *^1,000. $10,^1
No. 382-Timothy ranch. IGO acres in tract, all fenrprf 1 M
vated, all in crop and all to parchaser, 25 acre ß goodS -T^ CUlt"
orchard, watered by epringfl and well, good 5-room h X acre home
barn «0,60 cont $1000, and full set b-nldings, on ,v on e h °T T *1500 '
road station, near Pot.atch. Price «7G per .Con e.«te rm * r&U"
A few good income properties and Spokane property to tr«l t ,
land. What have you to offer? J trade for far™
G. W. LARUE & CO
REAL ESTATE, LOANS AND INSURANCE
Two officee—Colfax and Spokane, Wash
Our Slogan-"Bargain 8 for Buyers, and Buyers for Bargains."
Grand View Addition to Golfax
Lots,?one, five and ten acre tracts. Entire »a iv
practically level, plenty of water and wide streets N
to addition will be an exceptionally fine road w.'tK
Valueslin this addition will practically dou^7^^ gFade '
road i, completed Will be sold on easy t J ms Z"^
particulars see r luu
G. W. LARUE & CO colpax
^, > wash.