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WITH THE AUDITOR
FOLLOWING IS THE LIST RE
CORDED ON COUNTY BOOKS
DURING PAST WEEK.
Oot. Patent* and Receipt*
United Sates to Jas. Neaoe, nwq
nwq, seq swq 20 17 39. patent.
VV. J. Javinall and wife to Jas.
H. Javioall, eh lot 2. blk 3, Oakes
H. S. Gransch and wife to Inland
Improvement Co.. lots 1, 2, 3, blk 8,
W.F. Jovlnall and wife to Jno.A.
Herrod and wife, lot 2, blk 12, W.
C MoOoy'B add, Oakesdale, $100.
Frederic E. Elmendorf and wife
to N. P. Ry. Co., lot 4, blk 50, Pull
man, $12bO; lots 2, 3, 5, 6, 7, 8,
blk 50, lots 4, 5, 6, blk 61, Pall
F. L. Hampton and wife to Sarah
O. Salmon, lots 1, 2, blk 1, Robert's
add, Oakesdale, $1100.
Archie White and wife to L. O.
Staley, third Interest ingiots 5, 6, blk
24, Pullman, $1.
Oarl P. Poland and wife to John
Molin, pt lots 1, 2. 3, blk 2, Hiver
side add, Colfsx, $700.
Riobard O. Richardson and wife to
CaMl" Brown, tract in eb neq 22-19
E A. Stone and wife to James
Phillips, tract in Thornton, $380.
Railway Land and Improvement
Co. to Wm. A. Waikle, lot 6, blk
19, resorvey of Steptoe, $750.
Wm. A. Emert and wife to Mrs.
Louisa J. Hlbbs, eh seq 30-14-39, $1.
H. Mtißiterman et ax to Geo. E.
Bryant, traot in Oolton, $6000.
Geo. L. Jones and wife to S. O Al
len, wh lot 2, blk 4, Garfletd, $500.
Mary Caramel to Edgar Wm. Mor
ris, tract in nb nwq 28 neq 29-19-43,
Clinton D. Sever to Francis M. Se
ver nwq neq, sh neq, ne seq, nwq 10
--15-42, ezoept, $5.
Mary Oammel to E. A. Witte,
traot in neq 29-19 43, $354.
Arthur Ooz et al to Nellie A. Bow
ers, wh. seq 14, eh 15. pt neq 14, nb
neq 22 14-39, except, $22,765.
Leonard Strobel and wife to A. G.
Clark, eeq 10, nwq 14-13-37. $8000.
Mary L. Anderson to Frederick J.
Clark, lot 7, blk 9, Anderson's add,
T. O. Mountain and wife to Samuel
ti. Perkin, lots 7, 8, 9, blk 17, La-
Anderson Cox et al to Nellie A.
Bowers, traot in nwq nwq 23-14-39,
Jno. O. Dodge, admr., to O. S.
Sherwood, nh 32-18-41, lease.
B F. Hiner and wife to Harriet
Adkios, lots 10, 11, 12, blk 7, Huff
man's add, Tekoa, $800.
J. G. Ringo and wife to L. G.
Hammer, neq nwq nwq 17-16 46,
Winfield S. McMaster to David
Roes, Dt neq 27-18-45, $800.
S H. Maxwell and wife to E. G.
Armfield, sh lot ID, all lot 9, blk 4,
1. H. Sbobe's Ist add, LaOrosse,
State of Washington to Louise
Maurer, swq neq, seq nwq, neq swq,
nwq seq 1616-43, $5384.
Iseao P. Newton et al to Jas.
Neaoe, nb, swq, wh nwq seq 27-19-41,
Georgia Baboook to Edith M.
Foley, loti 9, 10, blk 3, Look hart'■
add, St. John, $10.
Nez Peroe Roller Mills, Ltd., to J.
B. Glover, pt 3214-45, pt 6-13 45,
Sophie W. Ringer and et al to
Leonard M. Ringer, traot in nwq 35
P. B. Morris and wife to W. J.
Arp. neq swq, pt seq nwq 2-14-45,
Harry Taylor to O. L. Pemberton,
tract in Palonse, $1000.
State of Washington to A. B. Wil
liard. neq 36-20-45, $3928.
Mrs. Lillle Parvln to W. H. Par
yin, wb neq, neq neq, eh nwq 22-16
Jqo. J. Peden and wife to Everett
O. Johnson, nwq 23-18 44, except,
$4000; to First State Bank of Gar
field, neq 22-18-44, $3850.
Richard B. Grant to Samael P.
Weaver, pt 30-20-41. $2500.
Rlobard R. Giant to Western and
Hawaaian Invest. Co., swq 24-20-40
W. I. Clark and wife to Interna
tional Mtg. Bank, eh 26-15-45
J. Koppel and wife to Farmers
State Bank of Pullman, swq seq 5-14
Jno. W. Arramnith and wife to El
eanor Troax Harris, seq neq 7-16 44.
Ira S. Sperry et al to Eleanor Tru
•l3*oo^*"* *h *Wq ' Wb "^ 8"13 *38 '
COLFAX GAZETTE, COLFAX, WASHINGTON, JANUARY *, 1912.
Frederick T Itmeyer et al to W. A.
Averlll, eh 7-16-46. $5500.
Nellie A. Bowers to Arthur Oox et
al, wb. eeq 14, eh 15, pt neq 14, nb
neq 2214-39, except, $13,000.
Virginia M. Bowers and husband
to R A. Seek, pt neq eeq 31-19-46.
Daniel Newton to Daniel A. Robin
son, sh eeq, eh swq 12-18-44, $6500.
Clifford Gass and wife to Pullman
Savings and Loan Ass'n. lota 5, 6.
blk 12 .Garden Oity add. Pullman,
Medora Kincaid to U. L. Ettingtr,
nwq 18-16-44, lots 3, 4, neq swq 7
-16-44, except, $3500.
Franois M. Smith and wife to
Washington Trust Co., seq 12-19-41,
J. W. Arrastnith and wife to Jno.
H. Gave, wh seq 6, neq neq 7-16-44,
T. O. Mountain and wife to T. H.
Bnobe et al, neq 18-14 40, $625.
Allen F. Johnson and wife to Far
mers and Merchants State Bank of
Maiden, pt lots 10, 11, 12, blk 51.
Harlin F. Goddard and wife to
Fred H. English, nwq. except, 13
T. A. Howard and wife to Lanoh
lin Milton, swq, wb seq 36-15-43,
Wm. K. Tetherow and wife to
Dolph Ooolidge, pt neq 14-16 43,
Jas. A. Hangate et ax to A. W.
Mott, seq 9 13 44, I3COO.
Leonard M. Ringer and wife to M.
Talens, neq 35-15-43, tract iv nwq
35 15 43, $1000.
J. W. Janney et ax to Tekoa State
Bank, lot 3, blk 12. Tekoa, $500.
Andrew 0. Veom aod wife to
Frieda Klotb et al, eh neq, nwq neq,
neq nwq 24 18 39, 1500.
Henry Katterbagen aud' wife to
Farmers State Bank of Uniontown,
swq seq 7 12-46, $3000.
Jos. Soberer and wife to Farmers
State Bank of Uniojtown, lots 3, 18,
pt lot 19, blk 6, Grelf's a*4, Union
W. J. Arp to Tbos. Halpin, Jr.,
neq ewq, pt eeq nwq 2-14-45, $1600.
A. L. McMillan to T. O. Miles,
blk 1, Emerson Rednoar's add,
F. D. Obappell to M. J. Rambaagh
etal, livestock, $50.
W. R. A Hardyce et al to J. P.
Liob, restaurant ontOt, $500.
Fred E. Miller to Huntley Mere.
Co., 2 3 crop on 170 acres in swq
nwq, swq 1818-41, $604.
Adam Sliger to Endicott Drag Co.,
Ohas. Spencer to Endicott Drug
Go., livestock, $30.
Harry G. Wilson to First State
Bank of LaGrosse, barley and oats in
Charlie Nunnally to Harvey and
Regan, livestock, etc.,s6s.
Al. A. Orambaker |Jto N. Nelson
orop on nh seq 0, nwq swq 21-17
--44, livestock, $183.
W. K. Ellsworth to Grote-Rankin
Go., obairs, desk, etc, $273.
G. W. Presnell to E P. MoNall,
250 bushels wheat on nwq 12-18-40
J. S. Sohrook to Wm. O. Pope,
threshing mohy., $350.
Geo. Hardy to Wm. O. Pope,
threshing mcby., $175.
E. O. Hendersohott to Holt Mfg.
Co., mobile, $312.
Ira Mattoon et al to Butler Supply
Co , livestock, $10.
Harry J. Phillips to L. Schmuok,
drug outfit, $3000.
Harry J. Phillip* to Jaa. Phillips,
drug outfit, $2600.
Ernest Ratzburg to S. H. Gale,
2-3 orop on pt nwq 33, pt seq 28-20
B. M. Keaton to Nat P. Ripley,
drug store outfit, $1125.
T. J. Hodge to Gilbert Hunt Co.,
Tekoa Brewing Co. to Tekoa State
Bank, brewing ootflt, $1816; to D.
W. Truax, brewing oatat, $589.
Jas. Hartley et ai to Geo. Yokom,
livestook, crop on 29-20-41. $295.
Christ R. Haetber to Herman Rick,
crop on pt sections 5, 6 in 20 44
J. W. Williams to Chris Oswald,
P. L. Moulton to Jno. Ellwart,
livestock, 2-3 crop on nwq 118-41
P. A. Mason to 0. B. Henderson,
P. A. Mason to N. S. Ridenour,
trustee, 2-3 crop on nwq 9-18-41
P. A. Mason to H. E. Hill, live
H. P. Oohs to Harvey and Regan,
Alex Focha to Harvey and Regan,
livestook, etc., $100.
J. A. Gleaßon to Albion State
Bank, livestock, machinery, crop on
nwq 16-15-44, $1200.
Catherine Hay worth to R. P. Hiner
J. G. Conger to Bonner R. Quint
Grand Lodge cf Washington, A. O.
0. W., to Arthur Cox, real natg.
H. P. Newton to Virginia Jd. Bow
era, real mtg.
Dell Harper to Charley Hartley et
Equitable Savings and Loan Ass'n.
to L. L. Miller, real mtg.
Lewis Neaoe to J. J. Bell, real
Bank of Spragae to Geo. F. Weav
er et al, real mtg.
Bank of Spragae to Maude Ella
Garner, real mtg.
National Bank of Paloase to Fred
erick Twietmeyer, real mtg.
Security State Bank to Frederick
Twietmeyer, real mtg.
O. W. Waters, trustee, to Frederlok
Twietmeyer, real mtg.
National Bank of Palouse to Fred
erlok Twietmeyer, real mtg.
Tbo&. Qoooh to Cbas. B. Miller,
Minnie M. n H ll to R. B. Grant,
Union Central Life Insurance 00.
to Jno. W. Seat, two real mtgs.
Steptoe State Bank to O. Klaveno,
Jno. J. Miohels to Jos. Soberer and
wife, real mtg.
Tekoa State Bank to Jno. Phay,
Passampsio Savings Bank to Lath
er W. Bartlett, real mtg.
A. W. Mott to Jae. A. Hangate and
wife, real mtg.
A. W. Mott to S. T. Stuart, real
Baker Loan and Investment 00. to
Jno. Dempsey, real mtg.
Farmers State Bank of Johnson to
Jno. W. Seat, real mtg.
Edwin T. Ooman to Arthur Oox et
al, real mtg.
W. A. Standard to J. A. Gleason,
Albion State Bank to J. A. Gleas
on, two chats.
H. E. Hill to P. A. Mason, obat.
Jno. Ellwart to F. L. Idoulton,
National Bank of Palouse to Frank
N. S Rideooar et al to P. A. Ma
Farmers and Merchants State Bank
to Harry Coolbaagh, real mtg.
Lauchlin Milton to T. A. Howard,
Security State Bank to Harlln F.
Goddard, real mtg.
R. A. Blackweider to J. L. Lao
James Phillips to Harry J. Phil
F. N. Bruwn to D. M. Davis, chat.
Security State Bank to Goat Lin
Geo. 0. Jewett, receiver, to Laret
ta Averill, real mtg.
Bills of Sale
McKay and Lombard to Farmers
and Merchants State Bank of Maiden,
laundry outfit, $100.
R. L. Vannice to J. H. Vannioe,
Bills of Sale
Herman Weber to Albert L. Frank
undivided ba'f Interest in livery oat
fit, Rosalia. $1.
M. B. Tnrpine to J. O. Broyles,
blacksmith outfit, $85.
W. A. Curtis to Oakesdale Land
Co., cow, 125.
Conditional Bills of Sale
National Cash Register Co. to Mrs.
Kate Shaw,register, $100.
Paloose Hdw. and Improvement
00. to J. A Farrington, stove, etc.,
American Mfg. 00. to R. G. Glen
denin, piano, etc., $350.
Simon Piano 00. to U M. Mo-
Oanoe, piano, $250.
H. J. Klein to H. P. Newton, real
W. J. Bams to Edinburgh Pacific
Coast Mtg. Agenoy, Ltd , two real
N. D. Sbowalter to J. M. Thomas,
three real mtgs.
Wm. H. Hull to F. J. Wilmer,
E. B. Hughes vs. G. H. Simpson,
lots 1, 2, Spencer's 2nd add, Thorn
ton, lien, $13.
E. B. Hashes vs. G. H. Simpson,
lots ], 2, Spenoer'g 2nd add, Thorn
ton, lien, $8.
Fred Day to the public, affidavit.
LaFayette F. Buff to the pbulio,
Jas. E. Reilly vs. Ernest Green et
al, ranges, boilers, etc., chattel lien,
Robt. R. Anderson to Ben Peter
son, release of judgment.
Constipation is the cause of many
ailments and disorders that make life
miserable. Take Chamberlain's
Stomach and Liver Tablets, keep
your bowels regular and you will
avoid these diseases. For sale by all
The beer that made Milwaukee
famous on tap at Monahan's.
m 414 Main Aye., Spokane, Wash.jS
■ 150 rooms —in the business center. 5?
• Best family hotel in the city. Steam 5^
m heat — rooms 50 cents and up. 3p
• Rooms with private bath, $1.003^
• When in the city, stop with us and 2^
i, save money. Next door to Kemp^p
9 & H«berts store. jjp
M A. E. COWIvES> Prop. 2>
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 Golfax Feed & Poultry Go.
DISTRIBUTORS C«lfbx, Wash.
I Schlitz I
I Famous I
I Milwaukee I
I Beer I
I ON DRAUGHT I
I Monahan's I
THINK OP THE COMFORT OF SWEEPING
WITH IT, THE TIME YOU SAVE FOR
PLEASANTER DUTIES AND
CALL AND GET A BISSELL SOUVENIR
SIMON DREIFUS & CO.
Opticians agree that the light from a good oil lamp is
easier on the eyes than any other artificial light
The Rayo Lamp is the best oil lamp made.
It gives a strong, yet soft, white light; and k never flickers. It pre
serves the eyesight of the young; it helps and quickens that of the old.
You can pay $5, $ 10, or $20 for other lamps, but you cannot get
better light than the low-priced Rayo gives.
Made of solid brass, nickel-plated. Easily lighted, without remov
ing dude or chimney. Easy to clean and rewick.
Doskn ■wywhtw: or write for docriptive drcukr direct to any m«eocr of ll»
Standard Oil Company
We sell the PERFECTION OIL HEATERS
It is a great thing for keeping the frost out
of a cellar or for warming an unused room.
The WHITMAN IMPLEMENT COMPANY
This ia our n«w No. 8 mill, the mort complete and op to-date mill on the
market. Call and see it or send for catalog. CAELEI BBO&, Colfax.
As usual, you'll find us fu ly prepared
to meet your every wigfc in XMAS
Groceries and Delicacies—fully pre
pared with the cream of the best pro
ducts obtainable. Just a few of them:
CANDIED PEELB~ RAISINS
XMAS CRACKERS CURRANTB
PREPARED MINCE MEAT
FRUITS • RELISHES
SWEET CIDER, ETC.
Have us supply you and be supplied
with the best.
VT>rrr\r t> CQN, Prop.
We Are Out of tfep
High Rent District
Consequently we are
in a position to save
you r oney on any
thing you need in the
Wood or Coal
Let us hear from you
STANDARD LUMBER CO.
Phone Main 21.
For any special bargain In
I have a buyer. Money to loan In
large or small amounts on Farm
or City Property.
RICHARD H. REID A
102 Main St. Colfax, Wariu
Land to Sell
Colfax Insurance &
Reid Block Colfax, Wash.
M Authentic and Taloable information
■ about breeding, hatching, raising, U
■ feeding and housing poultry it Bf^LCjSi'^j <fl
■ contained in the latefl edition of Bk
I Lilly's Poultry Book—juft printed. W* rik (f
■ Send for copy. free. 'ff^'Y^
rwn VOLOS lrTMAnomtFßti
**P ALITHROff AND LUWC TROUBIiS
For plumbing, material and sup
plies, call on J. B. Brown. Phone