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WITH THE AUDITOR
FOLLOWING IS THE LIST RE
CORDED ON COUNTY BOOKS
DURING PAST WEEK.
Got. Patents and Receipts
United States to Jane F. Smith,
•eg 10 13 38. receipt,
United States to Henry B. Wil
liam*, s*q 10-17-39, patent.
, United States to Calvin W. Small,
oh nwq, iwq nwq, nwq swq 34-15-44,
United States to Benj. O. Looney,
wh. neq, nwq seq, seq owq 34-15-44,
United States to Benj. O. Looney,
l»wq ee<i, eh ewq, swq swq 34-15-44,
Margaret A. Marsh and husband to
Wm. F. Schwandt, swq, seq 1 20-40,
Pullman State Bank to Phil O.
Beokford, lots 10, 11, 12, blk 49,
F. N. Olßrk and wife to Cbas. Ben
ner, pt aeq 2-15-39, lot 5, pt lot 6,
T. H. Shobe'a 2nd add, LaCrosse,
Cbas. lieuuer and wife to F. N.
Clark, neq 8-13 38, $500.
Albert S Doaa and wife to Fran
ces G Roberts, eh 9 11-39, $1.
Mary A. Beardsley and husband to
Wm. B Jones, nwq 7-18-44, 110.
Ida E Harding to S. M. McCros
key et ux, lot 6, sb lot 5, blk 26,
Cnristian Kleweno to Pbiiip W.
Litzenberger, pt sections 30, 31 In
18 42, lease.
Mary A. Loouey et al to Harry
W. Price, wh neq, wb seq, wh 34-15
E. Oppeoheimer to Nazzareno De-
Santis, lot 13, blk 46, resurvey of
Halda Leinweber and husband to
Minnie Utke, lot 7, blk 5, Endicott,
O. L. Thonjpson and wife to M.
Freeman, lot 3, nb lot 4, blk 28. Ooi
E. Raymond to Ida Raymond, lots
7, 8, 9, blk 3, Fowler's add, Dia
J. A. Wood and wife to E. Ray
mond, lots 7, 8, 9, blk 3, Fowler's
add. Diamond, $1000
E. V. Wilson and wife to G. R. Pat
terson, traot in St. Jobn, $1250
Geo. A. MattinKiey and wife to
Anna Burrow Foley, traot in St.
Geo. W. Rboads and wife to Geo.
A. Mattingley, tract in St. Jobn,
(J. R Patterson and wife to Geo.
VV. lihoads. tract in St. John, 11250.
Milwaukee Land 00. to Mrs. Bessie
Mollen, lot 1, b>k 10, Revere, $90;
lot 15, blk 7, Revere, $181.
Homer L. Roose et al to Sarepa
Briggs, pt lots 1, 2, blk 47, Gill's
add, Garßeld, $350.
Geo. L. Corner and wife to Ellen
A. Gulp, pt lots 4. 5, blk 3, Hoff
man and Lake's add, Tekoa, $60.
Jacob Kimm and wife to Albert
Conningbam, neq 29, except, swq
ii»j, ov»q swq 28-20-42, $3500.
He-mren wa-hai-kin, Indian, to
Roy C. Lane, lot 1, of 21, lot 4, swq
uwq 22 14-42, lease
r Albert Witte and wife to W. L.
Gilford, lot 6, blk 1, Thornton, $1.
E.G. Stouebraker to Nora M. Stone
braker, pt blk 11, Lombard's add,
Jos. A. Willkomm to O. E. Pow
ell, wb lots 1, 2, blk 42, Maiden,
G. B. Carter, sheriff, to Ida M.
Leeetal, lot 11, blk 32, Colfax,
Bert A. Oortls ar m. wife to A. D.
Hale, eh neq 25 18-42, $1.
Richard J. Neergaard and wife to
Geo. W. McGiania, pt swq 32-19-45,
Jacob Kirohoffer to Josie R. Sem
ler, seq soq 7, neq, eh neq, nh seq
Earl P. Whitlow and wife to Geo.
K. Ferraod, swq 36 15-45, $1.
Wm. Warwick to city of Tekoa,
tract in seq 24-20 45, $1000.
Florence D. Shaw and husband to
Reynolds O. Cornelius et al, traot In
Harry W. Price and wife to Augus
tus Al. Durkee and wife, wh neq,
wh seq. wb 34-15-14, J27.000.
F. E. Owen and wife to city of
Tekoa, pt seq 24 20-45, $5.
Pine City Development 00. to Pine
City Cemetery Ass'n., pt swq 27-20
Thos. Warwick and wife to olty of
Tekoa, rt seq 24-20-45, 11.
Jesse V. Bruoe and wife to J. W.
Emmons, lota 2, 3, 4, blk 6, Shobe's
add, LaOrosse, 11500.
AagDßtns M. Durkee and wife to
£. A. Kampen, nwq 35 15-44, $4000.
Wm. H. Jones and wife to Mary
A. Beardsley, nwq 7-18-44, $10,
COLFAX GAZETTE, COLPAX, WASHINGTON, FEBRUARY 2, 1912.
E. J. Tramlll aod vife to Com
mercial State Bank, wh owq 3-19-45,
G. W. Larae aod Oo to rm ~*re
State Bank of Colfax. pt lotb 10 11,
blk 11, Colfax. 12000.
J. P. Oarnall and wife t> Chaj. K.
Davis, lota 9, 10, blk 48. Maiden,
Jaa. Cadzow and wife to Farmers
aod Merchants State Bank, wo 5, blk
27, Maldeu, lot 6, pt lot 5, blk 63,
Augustus M. Darkee and wh"> to
Thoe. Ualpio, Jr., swq 35-15*4,
Augustus M. Durkee and wife to
Jno. MoTier, eb seq, eb oeq 34-15-44,
Samuel H. Ward and wife to Neth
erlands Amerioao Mtg. Bank, sh 23
--13 37, $5000; oh 13-13-37, $6000,
ob 23-13 37, $5000.
G. A. W^don ari wire t* K. O.
MoKibbio, Bfi neq, aeq 18-16-45,
J. W. Mitchell to Poison Imple
ment Co., lot 5, blk 27, Maiden,
A. A. MiTden and wife to W. H.
Brabyn, lo.s I, 2, blk , Campus
Park add, Pullman, $300.
W. L. Oifford to Albert Witte, lot
6, blk 1, Thornton, $400.
Geo S. Bale and wife to Sarab
Oatbrine Hay worth, traot in seq nwq
Harry W Price and wife to Mary
A. Looney. wb neq, wb seq. wb 34
--15-44, $12 000.
Josie R. Stmler to Jacob Kirchoff
er, seq seq 7, neq, sb neq, nb seq 18
Luther Ba.'nes and wife to Security
State Bank, pt lot 2 of 6-16-46,
N. W. McGinnls md r!f^ to R. J.
Neergaard, pt swq 32-i9-«-\ . 2260.
J. W. Emmons to Jesse F. Brace,
lots 2, 3. 4, blk 6, Shobe's add, La
Beoj. G. Trail and wife to J. G.
Sbarp, wb 1018-40, $900.
Gbas. H. Kilgore and wife to
Huutley Merc. Co., awq 10-18 41,
Conrad Morasoh and wife to Mary
Litzenberger, swq 29-16-41, $2000.
Nazzareno DeSantis to E. Open
beimer, lot 13, blk 46, resurvey of
Jennie M. Sage and hasband to
Paul Ackerman, pt 36-15-43, seq 35
--15-43, except, $3300.
Jno. Potts and wife to Bank of
Spragae, nb 21-19-39, $60C0.
B. F. Obildress and wife to A. B.
Crow, ab neq 26-19-43, $1500.
A. D. P. Keith and wife to A. W.
Mott, nh nwq, wh neq, nwq seq 22
--13 44, $3250.
Frank Simpson to Harvay and Re
gan, livestock, $155.
Bert Troupe to Harvey and Regan,
Pbiiip Wilbelm to Colfax State
Bank, livestock, 2 3 crop on nh neq,
neq nwq 24. swq 13-16-40, wh seq
13 16-40, $200.
W. R. Patton to Lucien Kratzer,
livestock, 1000 buahela wheat on 25
Anthony A. Manchester to J. P.
Lich, potatoes, $176.
Geo. W. Wilson to S. O. Bageant,
2-3 crop on wh 23, sh swq, 14-18-41,
Fred E. Miller to H. E. Hill, 2-3
crop on pt 1818-41, $74.
J.T. Giles to U.E. Hiil, livestock,
Jas. Lowry to Farmers and Mer
chants State Bank of Maiden, 2-3
crop on nb 17-19-42, $500.
F. H. Endsley to Harvey and Re
gan, livestcok, $154.
A. M. Clark to Jas. Hiochliff, live
T. F. Dwyer to Leonard Strobel,
stock of second hand goods, Colfax,
J K. Martin to Merchants Nation
al Bank of Portland, livestock, 100
bushels wheat oo Fray and Ely ranch,
G. G Lawson to Rosaleigh Lawson.
Jno. Potts to Bank of Spragae,
livestock, implements, etc, $6000;
crop on nb 21- i 9-39, 2-3 crop on swq
3, seq 4, eh 9-19-39, $6000.
Warren Davis to O. K. fiiggs, live
Bayard T. Byrns to Mary A. Beard
leey and husband, real mtg.
Holland Bank to Dearius M. Cren
shaw et al, real mtg.
Commercial State Bank to E. J.
Tramill, real mtg.
Sarah Kathrfne Hay worth toj Em
ma S. Wicker, -real mtg.
Jai. Nanney to W. H. Looney, real
S. L. Jamison to Qeo. S. Hale,
E. A. Kampen, agent, to Cyras N.
Farmers and Merchants State Bank
to Jae. Oadzow and wife, real mtg.
Advanoe Thresher Co. to Al Bangh
man et al, chat.
Vermont Loan and Trust Co. to N.
T. florton, chat.
Oonrad Litzenberger to Oonrad
Daubert, real mtg.
Security State Bank to Jesse
Barnes, real mtg.
Wm. Stephenson to Clyde W.
Bills of Sale
Joo. Rexford to Whitman Imple
ment Co., livestock, machinery, etc,
S»m Shirley to Tekoa State Bank,
livestock, livery outfit, $1500.
Ina L Cornelius to E L. Corneli
us, undivided interest in two notes,
Conditional Bills of Sale
A. O. White to W. T. Harris et al,
roller skates, $95.
Oliver Typewriter Co. to B. L.
Vickery, typewriter, $100
Simon Piano Co. to Dr. If. A
Bryant, piano. $229; to E. O. Turn
bov piano. $250
Oliver Typewriter Co. to W. H.
Wor,d, typewriter. $100.
T. Q. Lafave to Miobael McCoe et
al, real mtg.
C. E. Moak to Tekoa State Bank,
Rose M. Lombard to Commercial
State Bank, real mtg.
First Savings and Trust Bank to
Frank Bakala, real mtg.
Jno. O'Neil to Farmers State Bank
of Colfax, real mtg.
Farmers State Bank of Colfax to
Joo. O'Neil, real mtg.
Merchants National Bank to K. J.
Ida E. Harding to Dorau B. Hard
ing, power of attorney.
O M. Sparks to the public, affi
G. B. Carter, sheriff toj. G. Hard
esty, lot 27, blk 14, Rosalia, certifi
cate of pale, $1400.
Jas. B. Conrad, exec , et al vs. J.
W. MoConnell et al, lie pendens.
Inertia of Bodies.
Lay a visiting card on the tip of the
left forefinger and on it place a penny.
A quick flick of the card with the right
«»econd finger will remove the card
without disturbing the coin. Another
trick which illustrates the inertia of
bodies is to knock away the bottom
of a pile of draftsmen without upset
ting the pile. This is effected quite
easily with the help of a flat ruler.
The remaining draftsmen are removed
successively by a number of smart
A more spectacular and apparently
risky trick consists of drawing a news
paper away from under a glass filled
with water. Provided, however, that
the table is smooth and the paper be
pulled away smartly and horizontally
there is no danger of the water being
spilled. A certain well known conjurer
is able to remove the tablecloth from
under knives, glasses, plates, etc., as
laid for a meal without disarranging
them or doing any damage.
Proof of a Conspiracy.
The following story is told In ex
planation of the reason why the teach
ing of chemistry in Turkish schools
was forbidden some years ago. It had
been proposed that this science should
be added to the curriculum, but the
first thing that struck the eyes of the
ruler of the faithful on opening an ele
mentary textbook of chemistry was
the formula for water, H2O. "Here,"
said the sultan, "is proof of a conspir
acy to undermine my authority in the
eyes of my subjects. H two O! That's
nothing but a sly way of intimating
that Hamid 11. is a naught"
A millionaire who was looking over
his wife's cash account the other day
"I notice here, my dear, an item of
$500 for charity. That's rather steep.
What is it for?'
The lady flushed as she replied:
"It's for my new gown embroidered
with autumn leaves and fruit that I'm
going to wear at the charity ball next
week, and I think it's very mean of
you to mention it. so I dol"
Uncle Tom—Have you named your
dog yet, Harry? Harry—Sure thing.
I named him after you. Uncle Tom—
That's not very complimentary, is It?
Harry—Oh, well, he hasn't got sense
enough to know the difference.—Chi
His Busy Tim*.
"How high did de ole mule kick
"Go long, man! Tou think he bad
time ter measure de distance?"— Atla
Good Care Assured.
"Are you sure he is a good doctor?"
"Well, he is recommended by the
president of the insurance company
that has a $50,000 policy on my life."—
The best preparation for the future
is the present well seen to, the last
duty done.—George Macdonald.
How to cure a cold is a question in
which many are interested just now.
Chamberlain's Cou&h Remedy has
won its great reputation and immense
sale by its remarkable cure of colds-
It can always be depended upon. For
sale by all dealers.
Try Schlitz beer at Monahan's.
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phone 224 J.
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The long evenings of the cold
weather months are the time for
reading, and if there's a cheerful fire
in the library it will prove an incen
tive to study and mental develop
ment for the whole family. Our
Smith (Bear Creek) Coal makes
home more home-iike —assures com
fort and cheer even in the coldest
weather. It makes a dependable fire.
Bensel Fuel Co.
gjg»^r> ' B#jßfa£&ig tear Jsm
We Are Out of the
High Rent District
Consequently we are
in a position to save
you oney on any
thing you need in the
Wood or Coal
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Phone Main 21.
Golfax Meat Market
A. GERBER, Proprietor
FRESH AND CURED MEATS
POULTRY AND FISH
Oysters in Season
Hides and Felts Bought
110 Main Street Phone Halm 101
Are scientifically coned. Try oar
special mixture for vegetables, grass,
potatoes, fruit and bops. We sell in
any quantities—Chemical and Animal
Fertilizers. Prices of your dealer or
The Chas. H. Lilly Co., Seattle
Farm and fruit orchard to the
right man, cheap for cash. For de
scription ana particulars, enquire at
office Chas. R. Hill, Colfax.
I FOR HUMAN OR ANIMAL FLESH "1
H 'X remedy that «• equally efficacious in healing the wounds, sores, sprains
or other ailments of the flesh of man or beast.
I BALLARD'S I
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M too drastic for the human body; Ballards Snow Lmiment is proof of this It ranks witk^V "»»xtur«.
Eg flesh healing remedies designed for man: and it Is equally as nromnt In rurfn,, th h the best of the
m diseases common among animals. Owners of blooded horsesprefer it ta a ?v n L th, wounds and flesh ffl
&.: leaves no disfiguring scars in any of the minor accidents or ailments Tt >?Li iT llniment because It
m which the flesh of horses responds readily/ sor auments- It heals by a mild power to
v£ lt *f ot Breat vatue in healing harness galls, barbed wire cuts wmir.io * =♦ i
m other ailments to which horses are subject. In the relief of human luffeHne 7t te,f ln X sores and many
I good, particularly in easing the pains of rheumatism, neuralgia? sclltica and' i,, m h£f~2on^ worl^ of
| rubbed in where the pain exists, it gives a most gratifying relief to the affli^^*". When *en«y I
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G. W. LARUE 8 CO., Inc.
I Real Estate Loans Insurance
Money to Loan on Farm Lands
»We have an exceptionally good Real Estate list, and if
; you are interested write for our Price List.
; Office in Fraternity Block Colfax, Washington
RYAN HARNESS CO.
Has removed to the Lippitt Building, where
they have a full line of
Driving Harness, Heavy Harness, Saddles,
Fancy Harness Goods, Etc.
Call after January ist and get a Calendar.
RYAN HARNESS 'COMPANY Lippitt Building'
Headquarters for the Citizens of Whitman County and the
M. J. MALONEY, Proprietor
Our Prices may not be the lowest, bat we guarantee every article
The Bar connected with the hotel carries a fine line of imported and
domestic Wines, Liquors an<l Oigars. When you get it at the Hotel
Oolfaz you get the best pewtaced in the markets of the world.
When yon want to find your friends, go to the Hotel Colfax, the recognized
headquarters for evervbodv
The Station Agent
EVERYONE, at times, wants to ask a ques
tion of the station agent. The easiest and quick
est way is to use the Bell Telephone.
You can not only reach your local sta
tion, but stations located miles away, and
get information that will relieve your
This is only one of the innumerable
uses of universal Bell service.
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