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WITH THE AUDITOR
FOLLOWING IS THE LIST RE
CORDED ON COUNTY BOOKS
DURING PAST WEEK.
Got. Patent* and Receipt*
United States to David S. Ryan,
•eg 18-14-40, patent.
G. B. Garter, sheriff, to A. L.Hiil,
lots 3, 4, blk 10, pt lot 1, blk 15,
Wiley's add, Palouee, $823.
Jnn. M. Dunning and wife to Geo.
P. Stivers, pt nwq 24-18-44, $9775.
W .W. Derry and wife to L. L
Beanmont, pt lot 3, blk 6, Geo. T.
Huffman's add, Tekoa, $200
J. A. Willkonim to Ethel Cleve
land, lot 5, blk 53, Maiden. $1.
Ernet T. Uein and wife to Pacific?
Telephone and Telegraph Co , pt lot
8, blk 8, Fitch's add, Paloo.se, lease.
0. L. Santee and wife to A. J.
Harris, lot 8. blk 5, Pullman, $10.
Harry I. Willis and wife to Dora
Middaugb, lot 2, blk 2, Brioknerand
Nixon's add, Coifax, $600.
Marion Freeman and wife to Dora
Middaugb, lot 3, blk 14, Garfield.
Emma 0. Ooply to Harvey 0. Uop
ly, lots 3, 4, blk 3, Emily Hull's
•dd, Coifax, $1.
Hiram Lodge No 21, F. and A.
M., to L. D. Woowdard, lot 55, let
•dd, Masoolo cemetery, Coifax, $20.
Cloverdale Cattle Go. to Wm. H.
Eaton, all 30-14-44, except, $37,
Lee J. Coberlyand wife to Foy W.
Sinclair, right of way over 29-18-45,
Otis H. Johnson and wife to M.
G. Williams, wb lot 6, blk 6, Oar
F. L. Gordon and wife to Dortnan
Bros , tract in neq 6-14-39, $1450.
Katbryn P. Martin and husband
to B. O. Driver, nb, nh ah. lots 3, 4
of 29-13-38. $30,C00.
Wm. Q. Frazer to Jas. M. Atkins,
eh 12 14-44, $29,500.
Thos. Mostyn to Chas. J. Day,
seq 6 16 45, $8800.
Addie A. Groove and husband to
M. C. Williams, lot 4, blk 1, Gar
M. C William*, and wife to Alfred
P. Johnson, west 26 feet of lot 7,
bib 6, Gai Held. $1.
Jessie R. Atkins to Jas M. At
kins, eh 12 11-44, $1.
.Too. F. Huffman to Wm. A. Walk
er, lots 7 to 16, inolusive, blk 6, ;
lots 7, 8, 10. 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, \
17, 18, blk 7, lots 7 to 18, inolus- :
ive, blk 12, Huffman's 2nd add, Te
Margaret Feenan to Henry G. Wil
•on, eh seq 8-17-44, $5200.
Wm. H. Orewg, Jr., and wife to
Jas. D. Morton, lot 9, blk 21, La
Milwaukee Land Go. to F. O.
Qnimby, lots 11, 12, blk 52, Mai
H. P. Oohs and wife to Jno. Sitt- I
ncr, lot 7, blk 1, H. D. Smith's 2nd
add, Endicott, $75.
Jno. H. Griffith to Mary L. Sbaukb,
sh seq 27-16-45, $3000.
S. B. Nelson and wife to J. J.
Rouse, lots 10, 11, 12, blk 14,
Reaney's 2nd add, Pullman, $5000.
W. B. Hargrave and wife to Syria
E. Hunt, lots 16, 17, blk 58, Col
J. J. rtoase and wife to J. L. Du
mas, lots 10,11,12, blk 14, Reaney's
2nd add, Pullman, $5500.
Pullman Improvement; Go. to Pull
man Savings and Loan Ass'n., lots 4,
5, blk 1, Chambers' add, Pullman,
Jno. Emil Anderson to Bank of
Winona, seq nwq, swq neq, nwq eeq
Pullman Development Co. to Win
nifred S. Wyman, pt lots 2, 3, blk
t, Reaney's add, Pullman, $700.
Edmund H. Rosenkranz et ux to !
Fiist Saviugs and Trust Bank of
Whitman, county, tract in swq swq
14-16 43. tract in Beebe's add, Col
W. M. Cave and wife to H. W.
Sampsou, lots 9, 10, blk 30, Daw's
add, Pullman, $600.
Andrew E Flack and wife to Jno.
W. Nelson, nh swq, sh nwq 17-15
Jno. Sittner and wife to Potlatob
Lumbei Co., lot 7. blk 1, H. D.
Smith's 2nd add, Endicott, $365.
G. W. Paige et ul to J. A. Curtis,
Elbauan Morris and wife to First
Savings and Trust Bank of Whitman
county, swq 20 18-42. $3500.
W. H. Eaton and wife to Clover
dale Cattle Co., all 30-14-44, ex
J. P. Lioh to Coifax State Bank,
lots 1, 2, blk 41, Coifax, $3500.
B. O. Driver to Ham Yeareley and
Ryrie, nh, nh sb, lots 3 4, of 29-13
Geo. Lee Ghandler and wife to
Netherlands American Mtg. Bank,
COLFAX GAZETTE, COLFAX, WASHINGTON, SEPTEMBER 15, 1911.
lota 1, 2, 3. 4 of 20-19-46, $1325.
Tboe. J. Cbalcraftand wife to First
State Bank of Garfleld, tracts in 4
-17-45, tract In Garfleld, $2100.
Hiram W. Jadd and wife to United
States Investment Corp., seq 10-19- i
J. M. Atkine and wife to Wm. G.
! Frazer, eh 12 14 44, $7000.
Char J. Day and wife to Thoi.
< Mostyn, seq 6-16-45, $5800.
Jas Tow and wife to Lewie Neace,
wb nwq, seq nwq, swq neq 8-17-39,
Emma Tow and husband to Lewis
Neace, nh neq, seq neq, neq nwq 8
-17 39, $500.
Agnes Oonnell to Chae. S. Me-
Nichols, eh nwq, lots 1, 2, except,
Maud I. Powell and husband to
H. A. Kaeppler, lot 1, blk 26, Mai
Harry L Coolbaugh and wife to I
: Farmers and Merchants State Bank,
lot 2. blk 45, Maiden, $500.
Mary L. Shanks and husband to
jjno. H. Griffith, sh seq 27-16-45,)
O. A. Broyles and wife to E. W.
i Weioberg, lot 7, blk 1, Winona,
Henry C. Wilson and wife to Mar- ;
garet Feenan, eh seq 8-17-44, $1200. \
Colby T. Pretty man to Commer
[rial Stllte Bank, swq, except, 1, pt !
I seq 1. eeq seq 2-19-44, $5500.
Henry Hoffman and wife to Elean
or Truax Harris, seq 9-17-45, $5500.
W. M. Cave and wife to H. W.
Sampson, peanut machine, etc., $600.
T. V. Blackburst to J. M. Black
burst, blacksmith outfit, $250.
Milton McLean to Potlatch Lum
, ber Co., wagons, livestock, $79.
Edmund Hughes to Bank of Wi
nana, 8 tons of wheat bay, $60.
J. P. Lich and wife to Coifax
State Bank, stock of groceries, $350 C.
O. U. Bartleson to Spauldlng Mfg.
Co., livestock, etc., $91.
J.jlF. Ailor et al to A. H. Averill
Mohy. Co., machinery, $1300.
Frank N. Swannack et al to J. I.
Case Threshing Mch. Co., machinery,
S. M. Johnson et al to Gilbert
j Hunt Co., machinery, $805.
Henry G. Lawrence to National j
! Bank of Palouse, livestock, machiu
ery, 2-3 crop on J. M. Plat farm, I
Aaron Peterson to Security State
I Bank, livestock, Implements, 2-3
crop on nh neq 15-16 45, eh swq 10, i
I swq 14-16-45, $700.
E. Raymond to Coifax National |
: Bank, livestock, implements, crops;
onewq 28-17-42, pt nwq 3317 42,!
Geo. J. Gray to Eliza J. Gray,
: livestook, 10 tons bay on neq 4 18- |
Winnlfred S. Wyman to Pullman
Development Co., real mtg.
Pullman Savinus and Loan Ass'n.
to Pullman Improvement Co., real
Standard Lumber Go. to Myrtle H. <
Golden et al, real mtg.
j Philip A. Krug to Frank D. Gar
rett et ux, real mtg.
Maggie Boesche to Henry Woods,
Pullman Bldg and Loan Ass'n.
to Jno. J. Murray, real mtg.
First National Bank of Pullman
jto Albert Severson, chat.
Coifax National Bank to Geo. Me !
Cutcheon, chat; to J. J. Archer,
Pullman State Bank to A. L.
j Pierce, chat; to A. E. Linwall, two !
G. Z lokes to Thoa. Mostyn, real |
H. E Hill to Cbae. F. Lowery, !
1 chat. j
Mary C. Wheeler to O. E. Ander- j
bod, two chats.
Butler Supply Co. to W. O. j
I Protfltt, chat.
Mrs. A. E. Cook and husband to j
! Mrs. Maud I. Powell and husband, i
: real mtg.
Pullman Savings and Loan Ass'n.
to H. V. Carpenter et al, real mtg.
Bayard T. Byrne to A. L. Hill et !
; al. real mtg.
F. It Hill to W. B. Hill and wife,
■ real mtg.
Arthur J. Crabb to Delzell Follie ■
1 et al, lien.
S. 0. Baßeaot to Geo. W. Wilson, j
Coifax Natiunal Bank to Earnest ;
Raymond, chat; to Frank W. Ells, j
M. L. Reilley to Henry Litzen
be<-ger, real mtg.
Coifax Brewing and Malting Co.
to B Y. Rainey et at. real mtg
Geo. Kreutz to Colby T. Pretty
! man, real mtg.
Commercial State Bank to Colby
j T. Prettyman, real mtg.
Geo. W. Case, Jr , to Jerome B.
| Smith, chat.
F. A. Woodin to D. G. Pierce,
J. H St. Lawrenoe to O. B. Swift,
I conditional bill of sale.
Bills of Sale
Samnel M. Johnston to Thos. Mil
ler, moving pioture show, $200.
Thos. Miller to E. F. Emmiok,
half interest in business of Star
Conditional Bills of Sale
Henkle Hdw. 00. to Geo. W.
Cbase, household goods. $104.
Oliver Typweriter 00. to W. G.
Barlow, typewriter, tloO
Henry Hiokman to Jas. Hickman, '
Edwin T. Ooman to First Savings !
and Trust Bank of Whitman county,
Daniel M. Oollingwood to H W. !
Livingston, real mtg.
Jno. H. Griffith to Wm. Follis,
Hagaman and MoCurdy vs. Peter
Helm et al, crop on seq neq, nh neq, |
neq nwq, pt nwq nwq 35-18-41 !
A. A. Townley, declaration of!
Caetleton Farmers Union Ware '
i house Co., articles of incorporation. ''■
Jno. F. Stubbe vb. Peter Helm et
ax, eh neq, nwq neq 34 18-41, its]
Palouse Irrigation aud Power 00.
to Bessie M. Bart, lot 6, blk 3, Pa
louse orchards, contract, $192.
Advance Threeher Co to the pub
lio, affidavit of renewal of chat
Jno. B Snmpter to Chicago, Mil
ankee and Puget Sound Ry. Co., re !
lease of claims on neq 30-20 4 5,1
O. L. MacKenzle to the public. '
T. H. Aokerman to the public, affi
Geo. W. Larue to the public, affi
Wm. H. Harrah et nx vs. Lincolu
: Meador et al, lie pendet>B.
Advance Thresher 00. to the pub ;
j lie, affidavit of renewal of chat.
Security State Bank vs. Obas. i
, Edgerton, lis pendens.
EASY TO GET RID OF DAN
Dandruff means that down near
the roots of your hair there is a vast
army of little invisible germs or mi
And this army never sleeps; it
wages a war of destruction night and
day. It destroys the nourishment
that the hair must have in order to
grow vigorously and abundantly.
PARISIAN SAGE now sold all
over America will destroy these
germs and at the same time furnish
the hair roots with just the proper
nourishment to make hair grow lus
trous and luxuriant.
PARISIAN SAGE is guaranteed
by V. T. McCroskey, a druggist, to
banish dandruff, stop falling hair and
itrhing sralp or money back. It is a
delightful hair dressing that wins in
stant favor with refined women. Sold
for only 50 cents a largf bottle by
V. T. McCroskey, a druggist, and
druggists everywhere. Girl with Au
burn hair on every cartoon and bot
LJppitt Brothers' Dress-Making de
partment is ready to take in work,
whether the goods are purchased at
our store or not. Mrs. Corbett 1b in
charge of the Department; beat sat
Schlitz famous Milwaukee beer on
draught at Monahan's.
As usually treated, a sprained
ankle will disable a man for three or
four weeks, but by applying Cham
berlain's Liniment freely as soon as
the injury is receiver, and observing
the directions with each bottle, a
cure can be effected in from two to
four days. For sale by All Dealers.
The beer that made Milwaukee
famous on tap at Monahan's.
For bowel complaint in children
always give Chamberlain's Coin-, !
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and ;
castor oil. It is certain to effect a cure \
and when reduced with water and j
sweetened is pleasant to take. No I
physician can prescribe a better rem-!
edy. For sale by all dealers.
Ripley's Ice Cream Sodas are dif
ferent. Try one.
OEO. L,. CORNELIUS
UTOMOBILE AND BICYCLE HOSPITAL
Repairing or ati kinds.
Opp. Main Street School QGJ'FAJI \
Piles! Piles! Piles!
Williams' Indian Pile Ointment will cure ;
Blind, Bleeding and Itching Piles. It ab- :
eorbs the tumors, allays itching at once, j
acts as a poultice, gives instant relief.
Williams' Indian Pile Ointment is pre
pared for Piles and itching of the private
parts. Druggists, mail 50c and $1.00.
WILLIAMS MFG. CO.. Props., Cleveland, Ohio
For sale at V. T. McCroskey's drug
DO YOU KNOW
that we are very successful in
getting nice photos of Children?
All other subjects are easy to
See name on display case.
4% Ik Eyes Tested j
?|3E|piijl» Hur) Gia*«eti fitted by
State JUegistered Opticians
BHIRKEY & GLASEB
AN ELEMENT OF CHANCE SURROUNDS EVERY
BUSINESS VENTURE—The minimum of chance, combined
with the largest profits offered upon the smallest outlay of
money, constitutes the best investment. WE HAVE IT—
The Hub of B. C. on the G. T. P.
A New Townsite with a brighter future than had any other
town that ever came into existence in Canada.
Inside Lots $1001 andUn
> Terms Easy Enough
Corner Lots $150 J for Anybody.
10 per cent cash, balance 5 per cent per month.
The railroad isn't there yet, and won't be for more than a year, so there is a chance for you to
get in right and make some quick easy money. We are prepared to submit facts
and figures that are convincing. Call or write—the earlier the better.
For full infor- ( \ W X AI? TTTT At ( *f\ Fraternity Blk
mation&maps, \T. TT • J_JxxXV U Xli i\j V^V^.j Colfax. Wash.
Should not be neglected. It means a condition In
the lungs that brings on Pneumonia, Bronchitis or.
rane other serious disease.
I Ballard's I
I Horehound Syrup I
Is a good remedy for sore throat and cold settled In the lungs. It
eases pain in the chest, hoarseness, obstinate coughs, congestion in
the lungs, loss of voice and inflammation. It is a fine family remedy,
made only of the purest Ingredients and possesses a "wonderful sooth
ing and healing Influence In the lungs, throat and bronchial tubes.
Children like it because it Is pleasant to the taste; it Is a quick
relief for the throat and lung disorders to which children are subject.
Price 25c, sOc and $1.00 per Bottle.
Buy the $1.00 size. It contains five tiroes a» much as the 25c fizp,
and you get "with each bottle a Dr. Herrick's Red Pepper Porous
Plaster for the chest.
JAMES F. BALLARD PROfHtIETOH ST. LOWS, MO.
H For Weak Sight or Sore Eye*, uae Stephen* Kye Salve. It cures.
o i d And RtccMwtNoip Bvß MJJP
HAMILTON DRUG CO., COtFAX, WASH.
Whitman Realty & Grain Co. i
l>. F. TRIMBLE, Manager
Real Estate, Fire and Life Insurance \
FARM AND CITY PROPERTY
We can Sell for You—List your property with us.
OFFICE MACKENZIE BLOC. PHONE 230 COLFAX, WASH. 3
Bargains for Buyers
We offer this week for your consideration Numbers 395 and 401:
No. 305. 160 acres one mile from Albion; 140 acres in cultivation;
1 % acres of orchard, watered by springs, good buildings, % mile to
school. This is a fine home for some one. Price $9600.00, one-half
No. 401. 280 acres four miles from Palouse, all fenced and cross
fenced, two acres of orchard, good buildings, V* mile to railroad
station. A snap at $45.00 per acre, easy terms.
G. W. LARIE & CO.,
PIONKER REAL ESTATE AGENTS FOR WHITMAN COUNTY
Insurance and Surety Bonds.
Money to Loan on Farm Land.
BUYERS FOR BARGAINS
If you want to sell give us a description of your property and we will
advertise for you.
Office in Fraternity Block, Colfax, Wash.
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. LAKUE & CO
I Better! WSm
Pound Can Pwb^
All uroceri M^
You pocVrt A* middleman's profitt. We *fl to
anybody dir«sl frcm our own big factory. Quality
guaianteed to pleate.
SOME REGULAR CATALOG PRICES:
Bungalow or Cr«it»man Door* . . 1.60
C»tt«K« Front Door, ap from. . 2.2S
Faacy Front Doors- up from . . 5.00
Fancy Front Windows—up from . 2.7S
Windows and Glau —oa*-third l*sa.
We «aip promptly — nywhrro. L«t na
estimate your bill aad freight.
SEND POSTAL for CATALOG No. H
O. B. WILLIAMS CO.
1943 FIRST AYE. SOUTH. SEATTLE
&■* tVlllioit Springs
7Wo Weeks Hero Better
Than Six at the Sea Shore
I Wilhoit Springe Water is a wonderfrfl
tonic and curative agent. Living in th«
opea among the fir trees and drinking
the spring water bnilds up ones entire
system— both physical and mental.
Kelieves Ptomach trouble an<! other eoMalaiata in
quick time. Quiets the nervous nyxUm Your
choice of Hotel, Cottages or T.nts Hautine
i- ifhinu and tramping through the woods. Auto
j mobile leaves Electric Hotef Oreeon (itv every
| ',' a-v :J. 2P- ■; f'l-a«aui2o n,il« trip ta," np
:.: -■ diaUoc« "Wilbr.it" and nja k« ri^]/jmL.
or mall inquiry to Wllholt SpiSXr
Coifax Meat Market
A. GERBER, Proprietor
FRESH AND CURED MEATS
POULTRY AND FISH
Oysters in Season
Hides and Pelts Bought
119 Main Street Phone Main 101
He speaks English
He speaks German
Office with G. W. Larue & Co.
See me before making arrange