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WITH THE AUDITOR
FOLLOWING IS THE LIST RE
CORDED ON COUNTY BOOKS
DURING PAST WEEK.
Got. Patents and Receipts
(Jolted States to Abraham Brigge,
lot 4 of 8, lot 5 of 7-11-45, patent.
Anthony A. Manchester and wife to
P. J. Botfham, nh seq oeq 22-15 43,
F. J. Bulfbam to B. B. Butfham,
nh seq neq 22-15-43, $1141.
Margin D. Mix et al to Geo. A.
Day, lot 5 of 7, lot 4 of 8 11-45, e.x
Wm. A. Mix to Marvin D. Mix et
•I, lot 5 of 7, lot 4 of 8-11-45, except,
R. A. Pflel to M.O. Gray, wh lot 6,
blk 13, Pullman, lease.
B. 0. Riohardaon to Ethel M. El
lis, tract in Oakeedale, $2000.
Ethel M. Ellis to B. O. Richard
son, tract in Oakeedale, $2000.
Rasper Miller to Annie M. Mil
ler, lots 13 to 20, inclusive, blk 10,
resurvey of Steptoe, $1.
Ira L. Smith and wife to Albert
Kaye, lot 7, blk 4, Smith's add, Pine
Oolfax National Bank to Syria E.
Hunt, tract in swq 14-16-43, $800.
Kate K.jLuoae to J. S. Lucas, eh
19, wh 20, neq 18, nwq neq 20-19
Jno. A. McDonald and wife to W.
H. Brown, pt sections 4, 5 in 14 45,
P. E. Roberta and wife to Ira N.
Nye, lots 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14,
blk 23, College Hill add, Pullman,
Ira N. Nye and wife to H. E. Far
mer and wife, lots 7, 8, 9, 12,13,14,
blk 23, College Hill add, Pullman,
A. A. Marden and wife to Eliza
beth Hungale, lot 2, MoGee's subdi
vision of eeq 32-15-45, lot 33, Me-
Gee's subdivision of lots 1, 2 of 5-14-
Oakesdale Cemetery A3B*u. to W.
A. Boyte, eh lot 43, blk 2, cemeteiy,
15; to Mrs. C. M. Moaer, wh lot 43,
blk 2, cemetery, $5.
College Park Improvement Co. to
Ira P. Whitney, lot 11, blk 5, Col-
lege Park add, Pullman, $300.
E. IJ. Letterrnan and wife to Chris- '
topher Varley, lots 11, 12, 13, blk
55, Pullman, 1850.
N. J. Alkeu to Alice A. Akin, pt I
lets 2, 3, blk 4, Reaney'a 2nd add,
Jao. C. Konen and wife to Law
reuce Schumacher, lota 1, 2, blk 8,
Oreif and Sohwenne's add, Union
Pullmau State Bank to Lawrence
Pacelle, lot 2, blk 52, Pullman,
R. P. Loomis and wife to Harry
Adams, lot 1, blk 53, Maiden, $400.
Jno. C. Kouen aud wife to Law
rence Schumacher, lots 1, 3, 5, blk
R, Schwenne's add, Uniontown, lots
3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, blk 8, lots 1,2,3,4,
blk 17, lot 1, blk 7, Greif and
Schwenne's add, Uniontown, $1900.
Hattie A. Myers to N J. Aiken, pt
lots 2, 3, blk 4, Reaney's 2nd add,
Palouee Irrigation au Power Co. to
August C. Illgen, lot 7, blk 2, Pa
louse orchards, contract, $1500.
F. P. Connell to U. H. Davis, wh
eh 18, eh swq 18 20-46, lease.
J. A. Roberts et al to Minerva A.
Ferguson, pt 10 17 40, #1.
Chester E. Rice aud wifa tv Adam
Wolf, lots 7, 8, blk 23, 2nd Syndi
oate add, Guy, £100.
Robt W. Thompson and wife to
Chester E. Rice, lots 7, 8, blk 23,
2nd Syndicate add, Guy, $37 5.
Thos S. Morrison aud wife to Farm
ers State Bank of Colfax, lot 4, pt
lots 3, 5, hlk 17, Oolfax, tract in
nwq nwq 14-16 43, $2000.
J. A. Uungate and wife to Pullman
Savings and Loaa Ass'n., lot 2, Me
Gee's subdivision of Reg 32-15 45,
lot 33, Mi' Gee's subdivision of lota
1. 2 of 5 14-45, 12500.
H. E. Farmer and wife t > Pullman
Savings aud Loan Aas'n., lots 7, 8,
9, 12. 13, U, blk 23, College Hill
add, Pullman, 1500.
G. Z. Halae and wife to Pullman
Savinsg and Loan Aaa'n., lote 5, 6,
blk 11, Farr'e add, Pullman, $200.'
Lucia May Stone to Pullman Say
meg and Loan Ass'n., lots 6, 7, 8, 9
blk S, Rose Park add, Pullman, $7Oo!
N. J. Aiken to Hattie A. Myers, pt
lots 2, 3, blk 4, Reaney's 2nd add
ChM. P. Hagerty to First National
Bank of Maiden, lot 5, blk 12 Mai
Timothy E. Llneban and wife to
Frank Argall and wife, lot 17, blk
36, Maiden, $500.
A. A. Cobb and wife to Jai. Car
twrry, loU 17, 18, blk 4, Tekoa,
COLFAX GAZETTE, COLFAX, WASHINGTON, AUGUST 11, 1911.
O. E. Anderson to Mary C. Wheel
er, livestock, $225.
Oliver Ullery to L. R. Benner, ma
Frank Barker et al to Aultman and
Taylor Mchy. Co., machinery, $1121.
H. M. Beaoh to Aultman and Tay
lor Mcby. Co., machinery, $1244.
H.H. Datis to A. H. Averill Mchy.
Co , machinery, $3317.
Oliver Ullery to M. Rumely Co.,
H. J. Miller to Gilbert Hunt Co.,
J. N. Richardson to St. John State
Bank, one third orop on 350 acres in
eh eh 8, wh 9-19 40, $225.
C. B. Henderson to St. John State
Bank, livestock, 145 acres of wheat on
36-19 40, $400.
J. P. Hagaman to Geo. W. Dußois,
livestock, 2500 bushels wheat on
swq 21-18-41, pt nwq 28-18-41, pt
16 18-41, $1000.
C. Klaveno to Henry Chapman,
R. J. Keeney to J. O. Cooper, crop
on wh, wh eh 27-14-15, $750.
A. E. Barber et al to International
Harvester Co., machinery, $2505.
W. M. Senske to A. H. Averill
Mchy. Co., machinery, $3697.
Frank Phillipy to J. I. Case
Threshing Machine Co., machinery,
Richard Cooper et al to R. B.
Games, 200 bushels wheat on 16-18
Wm. Komenda to Swen rSwenson,
shop building and blacksmith tools,
Frank Bumgarner to J. I. Case
Threshing Mcb. Co., machinery,
E. D. Turner to J. I. Case Thresh.
Mch. Co., machinery, $1181.
J. M. Bodine to R. B. Gainee, ma
B. C. Baird to J. H. Matlock et al,
livestock, harness, etc, $2323.
Joel R. Hearle to First State Bank
of LaCrosse, 2-3 crop on sections
17, 21 in 14-39, $800.
Fred Melhuish to First Naional
Bank of Maiden, crrp on seq neq 24
J. H. Dickey et al to A. H. Averill
Mcby. Co., machinery, $1565.
Grand Lodge of Washington, A. O.
U.W., to Jas. R.Wilson, real mtg.
Flrtt State Bank of Garfield, to R
E Long, real mtg; to Mary L. Rice
et al. real mtg.
P. B. Stravens to J. E. Minnie and
A. C. Warner to Thos. S. Morrison
and wife, real mtg.
Equitable Savings and Loan Ast'n.
to Robt. E. Stout, real mtg.
J. W Martin to A. H. Adama et
al, partial chat.
Bills of Sale
Jno. L. Turk to Wm. Komenda,
shop and blacksmith outfit, $500.
Conditional Bills of Sale
Oliver Typewriter Co. to J. C.
Ihomae, typewriter, $100.
National Cash Register Co. to E C.
Barnes, register, $60; to Colfax Har
ness Co., register, $80.
Adams County Merc. Co. to Mon
roe McLean, machinery, $120 and
National Cash Register Co. to A.
S. Hamilton, register, $60.
Tekoa State Bauk to H. S. Milner,
Jno. R. Thorn to C. If. Walters,
L. W. Robinson to International
Mtg. BaDk, real mtg.
Geo. W, Taylor to G. C. Bohan
uon, real mtg.
Lonis Wm Walls and wife to Geo.
W. Strange, real ujtg.
G. B. Carter, sheriff, to Potlatch
Lumber Co., lot 1, blk 2, McDonald's
add, Tekoa. certificate of sale. £550.
Alice Cozier to the public, affi
Pine City Warehouse Co., article
W. P. Pauline vs. Jas. Kent et al,
crop on part 26-14 44, lieu, 8141.
Wilbelm Wolff aud wife to city of
Tekoa.easement over pt nwq 24-20 45,
Lnetta Jamison to the public, dec
laration of homestead on neq seq 23
Amelia H Neely to Coltou State
Bank, power of attorney.
BALD AT 35.
Kill the Germs; Nourish the Hair
Roots and Yon'll Never
It's your own fault if you grow
bald at 35 as thousands of men do;
yes and women are doing. If you
have dandruff there's a thousand or
more germs already devouring the
very life of the hair at its roots.
Kill the germs with a 50 cent bot
tle of Parisian Sage, and stop dan
druft, itching scalp and falling hair
in two weeks.
It's guaranteed, you know; this
delightful and refreshing Parisian
Sage that is now sold all over Ameri
ca, and if it doesn't prove better than
any other hair tonic you ever used,
get your money back. Large bottle
50 cents at V. T. McCroskey'g, and
Try Schlitz beer at Monahan'g.
We beard the other day of a tactful
fellow who got the better of a balky
horse by hopping otn of the rig and
pretending to adjust something about
the harness. By the time he had tied
and untied the ruiup strap or monkey
ed with the tug or bridle a bit aud got
back into his seat the horse was ready
to start on. The writer lias had equal
ly good results while cultivating with
horses Inclined to balk by backing
them up v few steps and then starting
ahead. But all schemes fail at times,
and. like others, we have sat for a good
half hour, with the thermometer regis
tering 110 degrees F. in the shade In
the vicinity of our rear collar button,
waiting for Tom to get over a balky
streak. It takes a stack of patience,
much philosophy and all or more re
ligion than a fellow can muster to
keep sweet tempered when be has one
of the ornery critters on his hands.
Time was when cows needed their ,
horns for self protection, but under
modern domestic conditions they are
useless and often dangerous append- I
ages. The best and easiest method of I
dehorning is by the application of
some caustic potash to the germ of the
horns when the calf is a few days old. j
After the horn has got a good start
the job must be done hy saw or clip j
pers. Many a dairyman hesitates to !
dehorn his cows because of the harm- j
ful effect he thinks it will have In re- I
ducing their milk flow. However, this I
is likely to be overestimated. A test
made at the Kansas Agricultural col !
iege in a herd of twelve rows with «. I
\'iew to determining the shrinkage us
i result of dehorning showed that In
the five days prior to the operation ii
|aye 1.142.5 pounds of milk. while in
»he five days following it gave 1.100.7
pounds, or a total shrinkage for the
[twelve rows of 40.S pounds This
amounts to sixty-nine one-hundredth." j
«)f a pound of milk per cow each day. !
or about half a pint. On the fifth da\ '
after dehorning all except two of tin j
i cows were giving .-is much mi!k. and |
a few more than they did the day be
fore their horns were removed.
Have Made Many Colfax Residents
No wonder scores of Colfax citi
zens grow enthusiastic. It is enough
I to make anyone happy to hnd relief
! after years of suffering. Public
i statements like the following are but
' truthful representations of the daily
; work done in Colfax by Doan's Kid
i ney Pills.
Mrs. D. K. Jeffers, Morton St., Col
fax, Wash., says: "Last summer I
had a sick spell and came near dying.
| 1 was in bed for about a month and ]
j the doctors said that I had kidney
| disease. It was impossible for me to
j lie on my right side and for two
j weeks 1 had to be propped up in bed.
! I lost fifty pounds in weight, had a
I poor appetite and was all run down.
The doctor helped me somewhat but
I continued to suffer from pains
across my back. My limbs were:
1 swollen and my kidneys did not do
; their work as they should. I felt '•
j tired and devoid of ambition and
j some days had sinking spells. When
I a lady who had taken Doan's Kidney
I Pills, advised me to try them, I did
so and the contents of the first box
made a marked improvement. I
| continued using this remedy and I
| can say that it helped me in every
i way. I now sleep better, have re
! gained my lost weight and enjoy
much better health."
For sale by all dealers. Price 50 ;
: cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, -
I New York, sole agents for the United !
Remember the name —Doan's —;
and take no other.
Attack Like Tigers.
In-lighting to keep the blood pure
the white corpuscles attack disease:
; germs like tigers. But often germs
multiply so fast the little fighters
! are overcome. Then s°e pimples,
boils, eczema, salt-rheum and sores
multiply and strength and appetite
■ fail. This condition demands Elec
tric Bitters to regulate stomach, liv-
I er and kidneys and to expel poisons ■
from the blood. "They are the best
; blood purifiers, ' writes C. T. Budahn, i
;of Tracy, Calif., "I have found. They :
: make rich, red blood, strong nerves i
' and build up your health. Try them.
50 cents at all druggists.
Schlitz famous Milwaukee beer on
draught at Monahan's.
Seemed to Give Him a New Stomach.
"I suffered intensely after eating
: and no medicine or treatment I tried
', seemed to do any good," writes H.
If. Youngpeters, Editor of The Sun,
i Lake View, Ohio. 'The first few
: doses of Chamberlain's Stomach and
I Liver Tablets gave me surprising re
i lief and the second bottle seemed to
j give me a new stomach and perfectly
• good health." For sale by all dealers.
The beer that made Milwaukee
famous on tap at Monahan's.
I. W. HARPER'S superb flavor and
uniform quality have won recognition
all over the world. Four Gold Medals
awarded-for merit. This perfect Whis
key is sold by J. C. Monahan.
Shirkey & Glaser, graduate optic
WATER SUPPL7 SYSTEM
Every farmer, village or suburban resident can now
have, at moderate expense, hot and cold water
underpressure for all purposes. Water cool in
summer, does not freeze in winter, and no unsight
ly tank above the ground. Under our new and
modern system all the comforts of bath, toilet,
wash sinks, lawn, etc, can be supplied from well,
spring, lake or river. Write for our elaborate il
lustrated booklet covering our up-to-date Water
System. Irrigation Pumps, Hyrauhc Rama, EU.
■Washington Machinery and Supply On,
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BOTH SIDES OF
Your wife is able to economize—
you're able to have the very best that
your money can buy! At this gro
cery you will find it always pays to
deal—getting the very best of whole
some, pure foods always at tthe min
Phone Main 71.
Krwin & Son, Props.
CHASE & SANBORN
in several different blends is
W. H. Lacey
The Leading Grocery
Tell us your wants —we'll
if-M3^ caow j
5-crosj Panel Doors, fir£t quality $1.30
Quartet-round, |-in.. per 100 ft. 30 ct».
Cedar Siding, 4 and 5 ft. . $ 8 per M.
Flooring, 4 and 5 ft. . . $11 per M.
Drop Siding, 4 and 5 ft. . $11 per M.
All No. I and 2 good <landard Mock.
Send poJlal foi Catalogue No. and
buy ilircdl from our fa<aory. Save
middlemen! profits. One
price, tell to anybody, *hip
anywhere. Send us your lift m mkgk
Joi«timatingpQc«aDcirr*:iiii-.u / I m |
L. Str o feel
He speaks English
He speaks German
Office with G. W. Larue & Co.
See me before making arrange
ilB?-5fltHT' **** l£ IL*
at WHhoif Springs
Two Weeks Here Better
Than Six. at the Sea Shore
Wilhoit .Springs Water ia a wonderful
t<>nic 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. ■
Kelic vi's stomach trouble ami other complaint? in ■
quick time. Quiets the nervous system. Your !
j choice of Hotel, Cottapes or Tents. HaDting, j
' fishing and tramping throngh the woods. Auto- i
1 mobile M>aveß Electric Hotfir Oregon City, everj
day at 2p. m. Pleaoaut £5 nrile trip Call uj :
iouff dUtacno ' Wilboit" aid u.,i'»e refcerv^tkn* j
or mail inquiry to 'Wilhoit Spring's,
FOfif 9SKHS fan^oWLOO
rVK^OLDS irTRiAL BOTTLE FREE
AMD AIL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES
OJ? MONEY BerUAfOED.
DRAY AND TRANSFER
For quick and reliable service phone
DAVIS I>RAY LINE
Household Goods and Pianos a Spec
ialty. Office phone 66. Residence
phone 224 J.
G. 0. DAVIS, PROP.
TPiIMV AnY Hfl Symons Block
I E.HIII MUf. WU. Spokane, Wn.,
keeps the Gazette on file and are its
authorized agents for advertisements
Whitman Realty & Grain Go.
D. F. TRIMBLE 4>!> P. 11. SI \IH\
GRAIN, HAY, REAL ESTATE, FIRE AND LIFE INSUR
OFFICE MACKENZIE BLDC. PHONE MAIN 1271 COLFAX, WASH.
will cause well located lands close to railroads to double
in value. Take advantage of the rapid increase in value
of Western Canadian Lands.
4SO acres of deeded land, 2,."60 acres of leased land for 21
\»-ars 'g 2c per acre rental; 320 acres of irrigated hay land;
20 acres in oats; 6 miles from the C. P. Railroad; 300 head
high grade cattle at $32.00 per head, calves thrown in; 50 head
of Clyde 6at $125.00 per head, colts thrown in. No water tax.
I'rice $14.00 per acre for the deeded land, nothing for the leas
.-d land, $5,000.00 cash, easy terms. (This is first-class alfal
5,000 acres of first-class land, $6,000.00 worth of im
provements; 4,000 acres of irrigated hay land, irrigated from
creek and spring on property; no water tax; 100 acres in alfal
fa that will cut three crops this year; all of the land will grow
alfalfa. This is one of the finest mixed farming propositions in
Alberta; close to railroads, school, church, etc. Price $25.00
1,700 acres of steam plow wheat land on crop payments,
dose to railroads, school, etc. $1.00 per acre down, no pay
rv.fnts for the years of 1911 or 1912 and no interest. 1-3 of the
crop in 1913 and 1-3 of the crop each successive year until
paid. There are thousands of acres in crop surround this prop
erty, so that a l^an can judge what it will produce. Price
SfL.'.OO per acre.
9,780 acres of choice steam plow wheat land, free from
brush and C. N. R. Railroad running through the property,
veil watered. It was formerly an Indian Reserve sold by the
government and selected lands. This land will produce 100
bushels of oats and 50 bu. of wheat to the acre when put in
cultivation. Crops surrounding this property will show what it
We had 40 inches of rainfall this year.
<JO TO WESTERN CANADA AND EXAMINE THE CONDIT
IONS FOR YOURSELF. HORSE, CATTLE AND SHEEP
RANCHES OF ALL SIZES FOR SALE. WHOLESALE
IRACTS FROM 5,000 TO l~>o,ooo ACRES ON REASONABLE
Small farms of from 10 to 160 acres close in and on very eas>
terms. For further information inquire of
Whitman Realty & Grain Co.
Local Agents. Colfax, Wash. MncKenzie Klrig.
Some Live Bargains
Land Buyers 9 Headquarters
_ ' acres all cultivated, over 100 acres summer fallow, good,
young orchard, 10 acres alfalfa, good dwelling, fair barn, fine water
m, county road two sides; take it from us that this ranch is well
located, worth the money asked; terms that will give you a chance,
uohssess-ion this fall. Price per acre.
183 aues, 2 miles electric station, 3 *£ miles of Elberton, all under
cultivation, 60 acres oats, 1-3 to buyer if sold before harvested, bal
ance f;n<- summer fallow, good water, county road, phone and r. f. d.
-, school close. No buildings. Price $12,386. $5500 mortgage
5 years off at 7% per cent. Equity cash and security handles.
COLFAX CITY PROPERTY.
Mrs. May Abrams-McCormiek instructs us to sell her two Colfax
residence properties; one corner of Fairview and Meadow streets,
6-room modern and nice, large grounds; one on Meadow street, 6
room semi-modern and one lot. Let us show these to you.
We are now in our new office, across street from Colfax Implement
Company in Reid block. Call and see us. We want any good sam
ples of grains, grasses, and fruits you have. Bring them in.
Colfax Insurance & Realty Co.
JReiil ISitil<liij<f Coliux, Wawti.
Farm Land for Trade
We have listed 41 traits of land all belonging to one company,
varying in size from 30 acre fruit tracts to 1,000 acre wheat ranches
that we can trade for lands in the Palouse Country. If you have a
tmall farm and want to get more land it will pay you to investigate.
Most of these tracts are in Douglas County near Waterville, some in
Spokane and Whitman Counties. The cash price on these lands
averages between $30.00 and $40.00 per acre; one-third cash will
handle any of these places.
For full particulars see
(j. W. Larue & Co.
The Pioneer Real Estate Agents of Whitman County.
Money to loan on approved security.
All kinds of Insurance in Standard Companies.
Office 115 Main Street, Colfax, Washington.
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 grade.
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£^l&*
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