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FROM COUNTY'S BOOKS
List of Instruments Filed for
Record in a Week.]
Gov. Patents and Receipt*
United State 6to Cbas. Brown, nh
neq, nh nwq 28-18 39, patent.
D. L Kemper et ax to Llda M.
Dew, lot I, blk 16, Garden City add,
Joshua Nelson and wife to L. R.
Chapman et ux, lota 1, 2, 3, blk 3,
lot 10, blk 4, Lamb's add, Johnson,
Elizabeth Hamblen to A. C. Mil
ler, wh 26-18 40, lease.
Leslie B. Dawson to A. A. Gust,
wh lot 6, blk 13, Fitch's add, Pa
H. D. Hughes and wife to J. S.
Albright, blk 8, Thornton, 11.
J. Price to Bernard Seltzer, lots 2,
3, 4, blk 5, Lawrence and Holbrook's
add, Pullman, $1.
E. F. Madison and wife to B. A.
Schmalle, pt 1117-44. $1000.
Edw. Quast to Jno. Hentgea, lots
6, 7 of 24, lots 2, 3, 6, 7 of 25-11
Wm. Posch and wife to W. I.
Clem, pt 6-20-4G, $3700.
D. L. Kemper et ux to E. S. Bur
gan, lots, 4, 5, 6, 7, blk 17, Garden
City add, Pullman, 850.
Caroliue Terry to Geo. N. Lam
phere, Sr., lot 6, blk 5, Beach's add,
Carey Investment Co. to Union
Trust and Savings Bank, seq 5-19-40,
Jno. E. Thomas and wife to Cou
lee State Bank, 29-20-4 1, $991.
Nancy E. Harris to Chas. Straus,
pt blk 8, Fitch's add, Paloute, IGOO.
Agnes Armstrong and husband to
O. P. McKeehen, nwq 33-20-44,
Peter Schiermau and wife to Ver
mont Loan and Trust Co , pt nh nh
12, nwq seq, neq 6eq, ewq neq, seq
neq 12-16 39, $1325.
J. W. Trosper and wife to O. D.
McKeehen, lots 1, 2, blk 6, Huffman
and Lake's add, Tekoa, $800.
W. I. Clem and wife to Wm. Poscb,
pt G-20-46, $2200.
Mary L. Shriver and husband to
Elizabeth From, eh lots 11, 12, blk
4, Coffin's add, Tekoa, $250.
F. J. Mahoney aud wife to Western
Loan and Savings Co., lot 7, blk i,
Lombard's add, Tekoa, $10u0.
Geo. B. Wiebtr and wife to X. W.
Brearley et al, seq nwq, eh swq,
lots 3, 4, sh Beg, nwq eeq 31-13-4 C,
f 12, GOO.
Eli Marguetto Lamout State Bank,
pt 29-30-39, 1200.
Jacob 11. Olson and wife to £ila
Averill, wh neq 34-20-43, 81500.
Robt. E. Clouse aud wife to Annie
V. Owens, trustee, eeq 18 13-4 5, neq
awq 18-13 45, except, $1200.
M. A. Harwood to R. B. Gainee,
S. A. Bodiue to 8. C. Kinch, Ike
stock, macbiuery, 6350.
P. A. Mason to S. 0. Kiuch, crop
on swq 9-18 11, 1590.
W. G. Dodeon to S. 0. Kinch, live
Ole Krogstud to Ole Walle, 2-3
crop on 17-15 40, swq 9 15-40.
0. O. Curtis to First State Bank
of LaCrosee, crop on eh neq, nb eeq
26-14-38, 2 3 crop on 2914-39, S6OO.
C. Kitkeudall to J. 1. Case Thresh
ing Ifoh. Co., machinery, $250.
J. It. Hagaman et hI to Nichols
and Shepard Co., machinery, 81140.
J. B. Ballard to Minn. Thresh.
Mch. Co., machinery, 81500.
T. G. Smitbpeter to First State
Bauk of L&Crobse, 2-3 crop on 30
B. A. Smith et al to 0. W. Hollis
and Co., 2-3 crop on eeq 6-19-40,
Charley Hartley et al |to Butler
Supply Co., 2-3 crop on 4CO acres of
Fray and Ely ranch near Winona,
Jas. Paullus to Frank E. Smith,
Eli Marguetto Lamout State Bank,
restaurant outfit, $200.
Willie Adler to Henry Stetfen,
J. R. Lightle et al to M. Eumely
Co., machinery, 82850.
W. J. Morrow to M. Rumely Co.,
machinery, $3 750.
Ole Walle et al to If. Rumely Co.,
J. P. Johnson to Minn. Threshing
Mch. Co., machinery, §1450.
Bramwell Bros, to Mergenthaler
Linotype Co., priuting outfit, $2550.
Jas. Carew and wife to Bruce Har
rison, livestock, $100.
T. L. Shields et al to St. John
State Bank, livestock, 2-3 crop on eh
Elmer Gentery to Minneapolis
Ihresb. Mch. Co., machinery, $3000.
D. H. Haylett to Minneapolis
Thresh. Mch. Co., machinery, $600.
International Mtg. Bank to Jno. R.
wall, real mtg.
B. F. Truax to Mary L. Shriver
and husband, real mtg.
Deiuing Investment Co. to Win. A.
Brooner and wife, real mtg.
Colfax State Bank to to C. H. Ban
Holt Mfg. Co. to T. L. Davis, real
G. E. Stone to C. C. Kendall, real
Richard S. Andrews to J. W. Tros
per et ux, real mtg.
M. E. Morosic and husband to
Wm. Poscb, real mtg.
• Mary P. Crocker, admrx., to Wm.
H. Golding and wife, real mtg.
Frank Ayler to Otto B. Smith,
Bills of Sale
J. M. McDowell to .Minneapolis
Threshing Mch. Co., machinery,
Jno. Appel to Geo. H. Clark, ma
Conditional Bills of Sale
S. C. Kinch to \V. G. Dodson, lire
stock, $350; to P. A. Mason, live
Blumauer-Frank Drag Co. to Wes
t»cott BroH., soda water apparatus,
$900; to Nat P. Ripley, soda water
National Cash Register Co. to G.
W. Horton, register, $115.
Simon Piano Co. to Mrs. C. B,
Valle, piano, $360.
Oliver Typewriter Co. to N. P.
LeCornu, typewriter, $100.
S. C. Kinch to S. A. Bodine, live
Jno. 11. Johneon aud wife to J. W.
Mitchell, real mtg.
Union Trust and Savings Bank to
American Central Life Ins. Co., real
Jas. C. Throop to Mary E. Throop,
H. C. Peters to Mrs. A. N. Butner,
two real mtgs.
Pullman State Bank to S. S. Gill,
S. S. Gill to Sophie W. Ringer,
F. H. Oliver to Southern Oregon
Water Power Co., real mtg.
Marvin L. Harwood et al to Wm.
F. Harwood, power of attorney.
C. C. Lieuallen to the public,
Spokane Merchants Ass'n. vs. G.
M. Howell et al, nwq 16-15-44, levy
Jnn. Lott vs. The Disciples of
Christ of Roealia et al, pt lot 7, blk
18, Rosalia, lien, $80.
Jno. E. Chambers and wife to city
of Pullman, easement over lot 11,
blk 30, College Hill add, Pullman,
Ed Homer and wife to uity of Pull
man, easement ovej lots 9, 10, blk
30 ? College Hill add, Pullman, 81.
T. C. Dv.-yer to the public, affidavit.
J. W. Queen et al vs. Chas. Ber-
Cjuiefc. lots 7, 8, 9, blk 3. Spencer's
add, Thornton, lien, $221^ lots 7, 8,
9, blk 3, Spencer's add, Thornton,
Washington Liquor Co. to H. A.
aud L. D. Holland Co., change of
Roger S. Weston et ai vs. Bridget
Kelly et al, lis pendenp.
niccouphin^ in pi^s is caused by a
derangement of the stomach. One of
the best ways to correct the trouble is
to change the sow's ration, feeding
less of corn and more of such feeds
ss ground oats and bran. If the trou
*le does not cease p'we each pip eight
drops of tincture of asafoetida twice
each day until the coughing ceases.
Pu=h the Pigs Along.
Fpp<l the pfjra intended fur fall feed
ers well during summer and see thai
they make snlistantial prowth. They
should have atvess to Rummer paßtnre
where plenty of shade and water are
Available <;<m the niirs in pood rondl
Hod. so that rhey may he finished
Mi :ii\- r>»>"-f f-ill.
"Dr. Thomas' Electric Oil i"b the bpst
rempdy for that awful fatal dippßse—
croup Huh b*>en used with sucrpHs in
our family for pijjht rears ' —Mrs. L.
Whi» P «crp, Puff-ilo. N Y.
i FOR HUMAN OR ANIMAL FLESH |
A remedy that is equally efficacious in healinc the wounds, sores, spraing
or other ailments of the flesh of man or beast.
I BALLARD'S I
I SNOW LINIMENT I
A healintr remedy to effectively meet the needs of nnimal flesh need not be, a harsh, strong mixture,
too drastic for the human body: Ballards Snow Liniment is proof of this. It ranks with the best of the
rh-sh healing remedies desig-ned for man; and it is equally as prompt in curing the wounds and flesh
disVaces common among animals. Owners of blooded horses prefer it to any other liniment because it
leaves no disfiguring scars in any of the minor accidents or ailments. It heals by a mild power to
which the flesh of horses responds readily. ... * .. , ,
It is of great value in healing harness galls, barbed wire cuts, wounds, festering sores and many
other ailments to which horses are subject. In the relief of human suffering, it has done a world pf
good, particularly in easing the pains of rheumatism, neuralgia sciatica and lumbago When gently
rubbed in where the pain exists, it gives a most gratifying relief to the afflicted. As a household
remedy for cuts burns bruises, sprains, contracted muscles, stiff neck, frost bites, swellings, chill
blains, ivy poisoning, there is nothing better on earth.
Put Up in Three Sizes, 25c, 50c and $1.00 per Bottle.
I JAMES F. BALLARD PROPRIETOR ST. LOUIS, MO.
For Diseases or Ailment* of tbe Eyes, Stephens Eye Salve 1m an Effective Remedy. It Eases Pain and
Hamilton Drue: Co., Colfax, "Wash.
COLFAX GAZETTE, COLFAX, WASHINGTON, JULY 28, 1911.
I Buy At Home
Because my interests are here.
Because the community that is
good enough for me to live in is
good enough for me to buy in.
Because 1 believe in transacting
business with my friends.
Because I want to see the goods.
Because 1 want to get what I buy
when 1 pay for it.
Because my home dealer carries
me when I run short.
Because every dollar I spend at
home stays at home and works for
the welfare of my home city.
Because the man I buy from
stands back of the goods.
Because I sell what I produce
here at home.
Because the man I buy from pays
his part of the Town, county ami
Because the man I buy from gives
value received always.
Because when in ill luck misfor
tune, bereavement comes, the man
I buy from is here with the kindly
greeting, his words of cheer and his
pocketbook, if needs be.
J. B. LORCH.
Man's Savmg Grace.
All men are born lazy, but i:i some
>if them the sense of shame is strong
►noujrh to overcome it—Chicago Itee
Cheerfnlnesfi is -whr.t greases the
:ixlcs of the world: som3 rw.ople co
HiroiijErh lifo frp'iHriflr.
Happiest Girl in Lincoln.
A Lincoln, Nebr , girl writes, "I had
been ailing for some time with chronic
constipation arid stomneh trouble. I
began taking Chamberlain's Stomach
and Liver Tab'ete and in three days I
was able to be up and got better right
along. lam the proudest girl in Lin
eo!n to find such a good medicine." For
sale by all dealers
Right in your bu«ieHt season when yon
have the least time to spare you are
mnHt likely to take di'trrhoen and lose
several days' time, unless you have
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diar
rhoea Remedy at hand and take a done
on the first appearance of the disease
For sale by nil dnHlpr*
The bper thnt mnde Milwaukee famous
on tap nt Monahfln's.
J. B. Brown rpllr the famous Apr
moter, the be^t windmillH in the world.
Phone Bed 1521.
Sprains require careful treatment.
Keep quipt and Bi>p!y ChHmbprlßin'H
Liniment freely. If will remove the
eoreripps nnd quickly restore the part*
to a healthy condition. For sale by all
TENKY ADV CO SymoDß H!(H
eep the Gtutette on fib- and h-o S*<,
airborn^d agenta »di 'rtlaesi
WILLIAMS' KIDNEY PILLS
Have you overworked your nervous sys
tem and caused trouble with your kid
r.< ys and bladder? Have you pains in
loins, pjde, 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 Pale at V T MrCro-U^v'H 'Irny Mtore
CHASE & SANBORN
in fieveral different blende is car
W. H. Lacey
The Lt'Htlinn Grocer
Tell us your wants—we'll
He PppHkn English
He upenks German
Office with G. W. Lime & Co.
See me before making arrange
Colfax People Must Rec
ognize and Heed It.
Kidney ills come mysteriously.
But nature always warns you.
Notice the kidney secretions.
See if the color is unhealthy—
If there are settlings and sediment,
Passages frequent, scanty, painful.
It's time to use Doan's Kidney Pill*,
To ward off serious diseases.
Doan'is have done great work in Colfax.
L. Slate, 1135 Meadow St., Colfax. Wash.,
says: "For a year I doctored and used several
well-known kidney remedies without getting
relief. The secretions from my kidneys parsed
irregularly and I was annoyed almost con
stantly by backache. Oa my eon's advice. I
u-ed Doan's Kidney Pills and the contents of
three boxes cured me. I now have control
over the kidney secretions and my pains and
achee are a thing of the past."
For sale by all dealers. Price f>o cents.
Foster-Milburn Co , Buffalo, Jstw York, sole
agents for the United States.
Remember the name—Doan's—and take no
Do not waste your time lv writing with a pen,
The chances are your writing can't be read again
Let ME write it for you, just as plain as print,
Call today and see me—can you take a hint?
3E3, B_ COTTERILL
207% Main St., over Ritz's cigar store
Phone Main 191.
DRAY AND TRANSFER
For quick and reliable service phone
DATIB DRAY LINE
Household GoodH and Pianos a Spec
ialty. Office phone M»in 661, Resi
dence phone Blnrk G92
C. O. DflV'S, PROP.
If you -aut the oewu you inu*t t«kf
at Wslhoit Springs
Two Weeks Here Better
Than Six at the Sea Shore
Wilhoit Springs Water ia a wonderful
tonic and curative agent. Living in the
open among the fir trees and drinking
the spring water builds up ones entire
system— both physical and mental.
Relieves stomach trouble ai il other complaints in
time. Quiets the nervous system. Four
choii-e of Ho-.-;, Cottages or Tenta. Hul
i and trampingthronch the woods. Auto
mobile leaves Electric Hotel, Oti gon City every
2 p.m. Pleasant 25 mile trip Call »p
loot distance "Wilhoit" suid u.Kko reservation*
or mall inquiry to Wilhoit Springs, W iihnit. <>re.
i ii ■ ii «y«^
rUKy OLDS t"_TRIAIBOTTLE FREF.
AND All THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES
lO*? ATOAf£Y RE+UND£D.
Golfax Meat Market
A. GERRER, Proprietor
FRESH AND CORED MEATS
POULTRY AND FISH
Oysters in Season
Hides and Pelts Bought
119 Mam Street Phone Main 101
I Whitman Realty & Grain Co. 1
D. F. TRIMBLE AMI I*. 11. SIMHV
CRAW, HAY, REAL ESTATE, FIRE AND LIFE INSUR- j
g ANCE §
*J OFF.CE MACKENZIE BLOC. PHONE MAIN 1271 COLFAX, WASH. **
* OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE XX
i ~ For Sale or Trade |
XX x ■
XX i«i acres just across the river from Dudley, a town between XX
XX Harrison and Wallace. Fifty acres of this* land is meadow
XX land, balance of Che land is beach land with a gently slope *Q
XX hack from the river—not steep. Kxcellent for fruit or will
XX grow anything that is planted. Has some timber on it. An *^
excellent place for chicken farm owing to the fact that it is **
close to market—the very best market for any kind of pro- —
duce. It lias three-fourths of a mile of river frontage on the ;.'
Coeur d'Alene river. I'ouith-of-.luly creek runs through part 4-^
* ' of the land. The ferry from Dudley across the river is on this i-v
=r5 place. Log house and log barn. Will sell this land or trade gv
yv il- Por Price ■»! particnlars see WHIT.MAN REALTY A. tt
JJ GRAIN CO. JJ
yy We have raw Palouse land—any quantity—s-0 !►<'•■ acre.
vv Terms: One-fourth cash, balance, long time. y^-
%\ 'e have Grand Trunk Pacific lands —any quantity—in British j^j
XX. Colnmbia from SS.."><) per acre, up. -^-^
XX '* Mave improved I'alousr farms from S">o and \w. \\
XX v jn '*' 'n *'"* Ji'a'n ail« feed business and ask you to get our
\X prices before you sell. \-\;
XX OUR MOTTO IS A "SQUARE DEAL" XX.
XX and we would like you to give us a chance to prove it by listing XX
XX your property for sale with us, or give us a part of your busi- XX
XX ness in our line. X^l
i Whitman Realty & Grain Co. .»
MndOrzie Bldtf. Opposite fVwtoffiee Colfax, Wanh.
XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX XXXXX XX XX XX XX XXXXXX XX XXXXXXX X\
I — PALOUSE —
-230 acres all cultivated, oyer 10"> acres summer fallow, goorl, youog orchard, 10
acres alfalfa, good dwelling, fair barn, fine w»tpr system, county roai two sides;
take it from us that this ranch is well located, w >rth the money af>ktd: terms that
will giva you a chance, po-sensi n this fall. Price $75 per acre.
]S3 acres. 2 miles e'ectric station. 3.J miles of Elberton, all under cultivation, bO
acreß oats Jto buyer if sold before harvested, balance fine summer fallow, good
wafer, county road, phone and r. f. d. passes, school close. No buildings, Price
$12,? St). $55C0 mortgage about 5 years -ffat 7J per cent. Equity cash and security
2(<o acres, 100 acres cultivated, balance pasture and timber, mull improvement*,
well located ranch; eood dairy proposition, will take po d horses to the amount of
$'000 to $12C0, there ir ■» mortgage of 3M700 which can be assumed, leaving little cash
now to be paid. Pric« £6000.
We move August let to Reid block, next to C o dd!s fanitara store. We want
some good Simples of trraii;*, fruity etc , and ask th>- farmers to bring us these f r
our display which we am goin^ to arrange.
Colfnx Insurance &: Realty Co.
Lippitt Iluililiu- Oolijix, Wash.
Your Attention £'
The following are two of the good buys offered by
G. W. Lame & Co.
No. 385—A cection, 640aorep, all feiieed and all cultivated, good well,
windmill and reservoir, good hooae ol five ronras and barn for 22 bead of
buries, one half tuiie to Fehool. 5 miles to Meeker, R. F. I) , cnanty ro«d.
Thin place all in crop and one third to purchaser. Price 131,000. $10 -
000 eaitb, balance to huu.
No. 382—Timothy ranch. 160 H cres in tract, all fenced, 135 arren culti
vated, all in crop and all to purchHßer, 25 acre* good timber, 1 acre home
orcbHrd, watered by RpriDKs and well, «ood 5-room houHe cont $1500
barn 60x60 cost $1000, and full *et building*, only one half mile to rail
road station, near Potlafcu. Price $75 per acre on easy terms.
A few uood income properties and Spokane property to trade for farm
land. What have you to offci?
G. W. LAKUE & 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 Golfax
Lots, one, 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 gradfr
Values in this addition will practically double when the new
road is completed. Will be sold on easy terms. For full
G. W. LARUE & CO., c&sj£& x
This is oar new NXB mill.'the moat complete and op to-date mill ™ ,h.
market. Call and see it or send for catalog CARLE1 'BROS.. Coltax.
THE COLFAX GAZETTE
WHITMAN COUNTY'S OLDEST AND BEST NEWSPAPFR
EDITED FOR AND ENDORSED BY EVERY MEMBER Off
THE FAMILY EVERY WEEK IN THE YEAR.-—-
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