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DOINGS RECORDED IN
I THE SUPERIOR COURT
Julia Howell et al. vs. Albion Slate
Hank— Ordered that an injunction
pending the action be made.
John F. BtubbS vs. Peter Helm et
gg.—Bond ror garnishment.
State vs. Lloyd' Gordon—Order!
(hat bond for nue and costs be re
leased from the tiles.
State in the interest of Eugene
Henry — Matter to remain as hereto
fore ordered by the Court.
E. C. Turnbow \s. German Insur
ance Co. —Plaintiff's motion to strike
taken under advisement.
G. F. Ferguson vs. Henry S. De-
Long as Executor of the Estate of
Joseph DeLong, deceased—Set for
trial before the Court, Sept. 20, 1911
at 9:00 a. in.
David Gorrie vs. Thomas Culbert
pon et ux.—Set for trial before the
Court Sept. 25, 1911, at 9:00 a. m.
Henry Steffin vs. Henry Low—Set
for trial before the Court Sept. 26,
1911, at 10:00 a. m.
\. D. McKillip vs. City of Pull
man —Set for trial before the Court
Sept. ISth. 1911. at 9:00 a. m.
Sprague General Supply Co. vs. J.
E. Nelson et ux.—Satisfaction of
J. E. Nessly vs. Charles \V. Ewan
et ux. —Judgment against defend
Lippitt Brothers vs. George Schier
man et ux.—Bond for garnishment.
State in the Interest of Louis
Lopeman- Committed to the State
> Training Sthool.
Petit Jury Order to draw 4 2
names for October term.
A J. I. Michel et ux. vs. J. A. White
al.—Reniittitur from Supreme
Court affirms decision of Superior
Court, and taxes costs against the
L. M. Binnard vs. First National
Bank of Maiden—Order for dismis-
Clarke & Eaton Co. vs. Baumgart
ner Bros. — Bond for garnishment.
State vs. Allen Jackson—Sentenc
ed to Stat« Training School, sentence
suspended on condition that boy at
tend school, and report be made to
Court once a month.
J. N. Sisk vs. F. R. Smith et al.—
Order directing the filing of com
Disincorporation Huntley Mercan
tile Co.—Order to publish notice.
Estate of Conrad Repp—Order |
confirming sale of personal property.
Estate of Eiazen Oaks—Petition j
to sell real estate, and order to show
Guardianship of Daniel H. Farley, j
Insane —Order appointing apprais
Estate of Neil Stewart, Sr. —Order
appointing F. E. Hungate adminis-i
trator upon filing $r>oo bond.
Guardianship of Frank Beck, j
minor—Order to pay claim.
Estate of Lois Spauldtng- -Bond
of Administrator $600; Letters is
sued to A. J. Turner; order directing
publication of notice to creditors.
John Stnbb vs. Peter Helm et nx.
— Action for money due.
P John Stubbe vs. St. John State;
William Hosklns vs. Alfred Eceles :
—Action for damages.
The Advance Thresher Co. vs. J.
W. Hackney et al. —Action for man- i
J. E. Neafily vs. Charles W. Ewan
et ux.- Action to enforce agreement
as to the payment of taxes.
Uppitt Brothers vs. George)
Schiernian et ux. Action for mon
Uppitt Brothers vs. Bank of Wl
Washington Mill Co. vs. C. W.
Keltic et ux. Abstract of Judg-I
ment against defendants from Spo
Security State Bank vs. Charles
Edgerton —Action for foreclosure.
Clarke & Eaton Co. vs. Baum-;
partner Brothers—Action for money
Clarke & Baton Co. vs. .T. A.
Marsh, H. E. Faires, Otto Machin
and Bank of Kndicott— Garnishment.
State vs. Louis T.opeman—lneor
1. N. Sisk vs. E. F. Smith et al. — j
Complaint not yet filed.
Huntley Mercantile Company —
Petition for disincorporation.
It I* Near ;«t Hand <o Hundreds of
ar Don't neglect an aching back.
•^Backache is the kidney's cry for;
Neglect hurrying to their aid
.Means that urinary troubles fol
Dire distress, Blight's disease.
K. Lake, of Colfax, Wash., says:
"For twenty years I was afflicted
with kidney trouble and 1 suffered
Intensely from pains in the small of i
my back, particularly when I stooped
or lifted. My back ached at night
and 1 was nervous and languid,
had headaches and dizzy spells and
niy sight became badly blurred. Tho !
kidney secretions annoyed me by j
their frequency in passage and when- j
ever I caught cold, it settled on my
kidneys, causing me to become worse, j
Some time ago I used Doan's Kidney |
Pills and they relieved me immedi
ately. 1 am glad to give this rem
edy my endorsement."
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
rents. Foster-Millburn Co., Buffalo.
New York, sole agents for the United
Remember the name —Doan s
and take no other.
The beer that made Milwaukee
famous on tap at Monahan's.
COLFAX GAZETTE, COLFAX, WASHINGTON, SEPTEMBER 15,191 L
•"•RORB FOR OCTOBER TKRM.
m* Ladi<*s *>n the Ust ami One
Declines to Serve.
rwJL^ list of names drawn by
J Clerk Gpo H Newman ia«*t
cmV ks' f°r the term of superior
tourt beginning October 2. are the
names of three women. If they car^
"it is their right to claim efcemp
ion from jury duty by reason of be
ing women. Up to this time one
joman. Margaret Staley of PuOman
nas declined to serve. Mrs. If. M
BUvey of Palouse, has arrppted and
Wl» be on hand at the opening of
court. Mrs. Eula Maynard of Colfax
n »s neither accepted service nor
Following is the complete list of
Jury Ust October Term. 1911.
H. E. Wagner, Cottonwood.
F. W. Milne, Thornton.
R E. Blackemore, Oakesdale.
Christian Kleweno, St. John.
*• S. Robertson, Lamont.
W. F. Huffman, Steptoe.
Clay Malmsten, Fairbanks.
C E. Manring, Garfield.
J A. Henderson, Oakesdale.
C. V. Harborn, Rosalia.
John McLeod, Tekoa.
G. A. Bellingsley, Thornton.
H. ||. Mabbott, Tekoa.
J- A. Mitchell, Maiden.
C. C. Gleiser, Palouse.
Mrs. M. M. Silver, Palouse.
Margaret Staley, Pullmau.
Jerome Hill, Albion.
R- J. Gray, Turnbow.
H. A. Spills, Colton.
J. J. Greif, T Tniontown.
W. A. Yeo, Pullman.
G. J. Hulse, Pullman.
Chris Geiser, Moscow, Ida.
R. B. Ageton, Pullman.
C. A. Scales, Pullman.
J. R. Stephenson, Pullman.
•T. A. Judson, Pullman.
Simon Dreifus, Colfax.
Geo. Gerlitz, Penawawa.
A. N. Snyder, Colfax.
Mrs. Eula Manard, Colfax.
Joe Leinweber, Penawawa.
Ellis Laird, Colfax.
J. L. Strevey, Colfax.
J. If. Lloyd. Colfax.
D. G. Hughes, Colfax
Homer Hull, Colfax.
Henry Helm, Endicott.
I. W. Plan, Sr., Colfax.
J. E. Haun, Elberton.
J. R. Lee, Endicott.
Card of Thank*.
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Coffee de
sire to express their appreciation for
the kind acts of their friends during
their recent bereavement.
I am desirous of disposing: of some
of my property in Colfax. Good in
come business and residence prop
erty. Before buying, call and s-*e
me. Conditions and prices will at
J. R. GOOD.
NOTICE OF SALE OF SCHOOL
Notice is hereby given that on the
7th day of October, 1911. at the
hour of 2 o'clock p. m., the hoard of
directors of School District No. 94.
oi Whitman County, Washington,
will sell to the highest responsible
bidder, at the office of the treasurer
of said county, in Colfax. Washing
ton, bonds of the District, to the
amount of |1500.00, said bonds to
be issued for the purpose of build
ing a school house.
Five bonds will be issued for
$300.00 each, payable ten years af
ter dare of issue, with the option of
paying any or all bonds at any in
terest payment date, after five years
from the date of issue. Principal
and interest payable at the office of
the Treasurer of said county, at Col
Bidders are requested to state at
what rate of interest they will pur
chase said bonds at par, whether or
not the bidder will furnish the neces
sary blank bonds, and file sealed
bids with the County Treasurer.
The board of directors reserve the
right to reject any or all bids.
Dated at Colfax, Washington, this
l°th day of September, 1911.
W. M. DUNCAN,
Treasurer of Whitman County,
Wants to Buy.
We have a client that wants to buy
a good quarter of land near Colfax.
See G. W. LARUE & CO
"I have a world of confidence in
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy for I
have used it with perfect success,"
writes Mrs. M. I. Basford, Pooles
ville, Md. For sale by all Dealers.
A Dreadful Sight
to H. J. Barnum, of Freeville, N. V..
was the fever-sore that had plagued
his life for years in spite of many
remedies he tried. At last he used
Bucklen'B Arnica Salve and wrote:
■it has entirely healed with scarcely
j a soar left." Heals Burns, Boils. Ec
zema, Cuts, Bruises, Swellings. Corns
an d Piles like magic. Only 25c at all
Schlitz famous Milwaukee beer on
draujcM "t Monahan's.
There is more satisfaction in a
dram of "Old I. W. than in a pint
of cheap stuff. The recollection of
mialitv lasts long after the price is
forgotten. HARPER is best. Order
from J. C. Monahan.
Most disfiguring skin eruptions,
scrofula, pimples, rar-hes, etc., are
due to impure blood. Burdock's
Blood Bitters is a cleansing blood
tonic Makes you clear-eyed, clear
Itching Pil^ provoke profanity,
hut profanity wm't cure them,
noan's Ointment cures itching, bleed
fne or protruding piles after years of
suffering. At any drug store.
I will soil at public auction at my place, 4 1-2 miles
northeast of Colfax on the Palouse road (known as the
Harmon Scott place) on
TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 26th, 1911
the following property heroin described:
6—Head Fine Horses—o I 1 walking plow
1 sorrel horse, 10 yrs. old, wt. 1250 * 3-section Bteel harrow
1 gray horse, 6 yrs. old, wt. 1250 j 1 rolling diso
1 brown horse, 10 yrs. old, wt. 1350 ; * McCwnnick mower and hay rake
1 bay horse, 10 yrs. old, wt. 1400 * new -'-horse corn planter John:
1 bay horse, 5 yrs. old, wt. 1200 Deere
1 bay saddle horse, wt. 950 j 1 3-in Ebberr wagon and rack
tto—Head Berkshire Ho^s 33 1 hack; 1 carriage; 1 single buggy
(Thoroughbred) 2 sets work harness
•3 registered sows x nack hai"««»; 1 single harness
1 registered male Premier Goods sth j J Baddle and bridle
(shipped from Indiana) X Clder mill; l washing machine
5 young brood sows eligible for reg- J standaJ d range
istration 1 new Monarch range
2 gilts, eligible to register and other! I ook Btove; 2 he»ting stovea
young stock i 2 1-norse cultivators; 1 lawn mower
1 pair Pearl guienas and some young * I &rde^ Beeder and cultivator
ones " >6 n °S houses (portable)
Farm Machinery I ] JJf] 1
Household CooH J OM Trusty 24°-e«g: incubator
1 1 o ft n H°USehol^ Go<M!> ! Some barbed wire and hog wire
1 i --it Deering push binder Some household goods
1 16-disc drill other »rt!clea too numerous to raen
l J-bottom 14-in gang plow tion
Terms of Sale—All sums unders2ocash; on sums over
$20 time will be given on notes with approved security,
bearing 10 per cent interest. 5 per cent discount for cash!
Sale begins at 10 a. m. Free Lunch Served.
E. D. ELDREDGE, Owner.
'1. W. Palmer, Clerk. Col. L. Strobel, Auctioneer.
ALL HOUSEHOLD EMERGENCIES
#r !^l m jßji !rr^ biifil i ! iin.: (/ i:ir^
A N HOUJi saved in summoning the plumber by tele
phone may save the price of several years of service.
It certainly saves a l<>t of discomfort and worry.
The Bell Telephone keeps the household in constant
touch with all the resources of civilization and is instantly
available in any emergency.
It also keeps the household in constant touch with the
broader outside world by means of the Long Distance Ser
vice of the Bell System.
The Pacific Telephone and Telegraph Co.
Every Bell Telephone is the Centre of the System
LAWN MOWERS GARDEN HOSE SCREENING
——— WIRE FENCING —=—
All the necessary articles for the Lawn
and also tor cleaning time
E. R. BARROLL
Cr<>ckerv and China Hardware and Tinware
\^ New Cars
A Distinctive VaCUUm Cleaned
Feature on the
Oriental Limited "a new broo, m !W"fs df,™'" bf
a vacuum cleaner swallows the
dust and leaves even thing it
. touches — clothing, uphobtcry,
rttfrtvS&S f^ i«'t':T' l!l'l!'^?rSin]fi~~ carpets — immaculate. Every
fi* f" da >is house cleanin« da-v on the
g" "I Oriental Limited
jJjJF the Great Northern Railway's
through train to St. Paul, Minne
apolis and Chicago.
Every car is new, electric-lighted
and spotlessly clean. Compart- 1'
ment - Observation Car, /
Standard and Tourist Sleep- //
ing Cars, Dining Car and If
V Day Coaches-ali built W
large and strong. V^
Make reservations in advance.
■..r:i--, CffT,,,,, ',',',", 701 Riverside Spokane (SSaIH&E? gS
I will sell at Auction at my place 6 miles southwest of Pa
louse and south of Kamiac Butte, on
Friday, September 29th, 1911
The following described property:
1 Bay Mare, 6 years old, weight 1400.
2 3-year-old Mares, weight 2300.
1 Bay Horse weight 1200.
I sucking Mule Colt.
10 head of full blood Pole Cows.
10 head " » « Heifers.
1 4-year-old full blood and registered Bull.
1 yearling Bull Calf, 8 calves.
5 Brood Sows and about 25 Pigs.
1 Deering Push Binder, 1 Fanning Mill, 1 Smith Rever
sible Disc Harrow, I Gang Plow, 1 set Britching Harness,
1 new Van Brunt Drill.
TERMS OF SALE: All sums of $25 and under, cash. On
all sums over $25 twelve months time will be given on notes with
approved security at 8 per cent.
Sale begins at 10 a. m. Free Lunch.
L. STROBEL, Auctioneer. I. K. LUCK, Owner
Headquarters for the Citizens of Whitman County and the
M. J. MALONKY, Proprietor
Our Prices may not be the lowtwt, bat we guarantee every article
The Bar connected with the hotel carries a fine line of imported and
dumeatic Winea, Liquors and Oigars. When you get it at the Hotel
Oolfax you get the best produced in the markets of the world.
When you want to find yonr friends, j?o to the Hotel Colfax, the rerofcni«ed
headquarters for everybody.
PERFECT BAKING RESULTS can be obtained only
when the best materials are used, including flour of
these popular and well known brands—
which are manufactured in Whitman county by the WINONA
MILLING CO., from Blue Stem Wheat, the very best for the
Spokane and Colfax Feed & Poultry Co.
IHBTKIHITOR*, ( Olfax, Wash.
Garden Tools and Implements
Our store is certainly headquarters
for all implements needed to prop
erly care for your Lawn and Gar
den. Call and see.
SIMON DREIFUS & CO.
Corner Wain and Wall Streets Coltax, Wash.
Sole agents for the Howard Heaters and Malleable