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Letters Full of Interesting News Notes
From Many Country Points.
Snow, cold and damp— "raw" is a
good term for the weather just now
Skating parties at Lake View has been
nn interesting outdoor sport, the oast
two weeks or more.
One of the social events of the season
was the party given at tne {arm ._
denceol Mr. and Mrs. John Saylorlast
i-nday evening. Clear Creek's repre
sentative people were present and the
evening was spent playing pedro, with
music and dancing. »»»•*■
Miss Nannie Coryelle is in Colfax a
few weeks, stopping at the home of her
aunt, Mrs. Mollie Lefrancis
Miss Luenberger of Corvallis, Oregon
is v guest of Miss Elsie McDonald. It is
expected Miss Luenberger will teach the
JP£°g ten" of school in the Skeen dis-
t harlie Coryelle was called to Colfax
laflt week to take charge ol his brother
-111 law s-Pleaa Lefrancis-business while
be ik absent in Oregon.
Andrew Hill ol Oregon, who is here
"citing his brother*, George and Dick
Hill, has been very nick ever since his ar
rival, owing to climatic change
-Mr. and lira. W. B. Blachley spent the
past week in Colfax.
Mrs J,nuie Messenger was a guest of
Mr* Uollte Shorr just prior to her leav
ing for the east last week. Many warm
friends here wished her a "good eoeed"
on her journey.
The Clear Creek Literary Society elect
ed the following officers last Wednesday
evening; President, George Hill; vic*e
president, Lou. Barnes; secretary, Miss
Luenberger; assistant secretary, Mrs
Emma Hill; treasurer, John "Saylor
Beargent-at-arms, Perry Mood. Ques
tion lor debate: -'Resolved, That B H
Roberts has the right to a seat in con
gress. ' Allirmative, W. R. Blaehley,
Ben Howard, Bruce Howard; negative
Lou Barnes, George Hampton, Mollie
( lavs-Short.
Dance at Jaw. Games' last Friday
night. There was good music, good at
tendance and n nice time.
Mirn i:vi(> McDonald, teacher in Caiton
school, was on the fttck list a few days
last week, Mins Luenberger took charge
of school affairs for the time being.
T. B. Hampton, one of the hustling
fanners of this place, has been nrshing
considerable hay into the Palouse
markets the past week. The demand is
Grip !ins been getting in its work as
usual at this time of year. B n. Howard
aud Lou. Barnes are among the recent
W. ('. T. I . meets every Saturday at 3
o'clock in the IJ. B. church.
Jack Hull in putting up a fine little
cottage ou Lin wife's lots in (Juy.
Bill Buyer, the man who skipped the
town because of arrest for illicit liquor
se!!in<r. whh seen in Pullman and Palouse
last week.
lira. -Jennie Thompson received news
liift week of the recent death of her
mother at the old home in Kansas.
11. E. revival meetings began Monday
night. A preacher from Colton con
ducted them.
0, J. Loving, of Paloupc whs home
over Sunday.
Many cattle and horses in this vicinity
are losing tbeir hair. Cause or cure not
yet discovered.
W. ('. T. D. ladiee met and cleaned the
1 . B. church, Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. John Letter have been
visiting (my relatives. Mr. L. is a prom
inent Buffalo Hump mining man.
A lady organizer for the auxiliary to
the Woodmen lodge lectured here Mon
day night, wearing several lady mem
be m.
There was a special school meeting in
session Saturday. Three months added
term of school is one of its results.
A prosperous Sunday school is in ses
sion every Sunday at the college chapel,
and Rev. Baldwin delivers able and in
teresting sermons, every Sunday, im
mediately after school closee.
The M. E. aid society held a basket
dinner quilting party at Mrs. Mamie
Loving's last Wednesday, and had a
royal good time.
Lon. Thompson's youngest child died
of pneumonia at 8 o'clock Monday.
Katie Mathewg, one of the county's
best school manns, was married at her
fathers home near Guy last Saturday
to Bert I. Pickell, of Pullman. Miss, or
rather Mrs , Katie has a host of friends
here who wish her a loDg, smooth sail
adown life's sunny seas.
Citizen's league convened Wednesday
evening, ratified a constitution, secured
new members and elected a permanent
executive committee.
Grangers of Four Mile had a big
oyster supper and good time at the resi
dence of Mr. Barber, Tuesday night.
Several candidates were initiated and
new officers were installed. This organ
ization has an insurance attachment now
and is steadily gaining in influence and
favor. Several members from Guy at
Singing school doeed last Tuesday
night with its grand concert. This was
one of the "way up" affairs of Guy.
Nearly 150 tickets were sold. All the
parts assigned to the various members
of the ilans were rendered beautifully.
Miss Mina Anderson drew first prize of
$1 for celling most tickets, and Mrs.
Flo. Whetsel secured the^second prize of
75 cents.
Ewarlsvilleites made good use of the
recent snow—visited thecounty seat and
came home in the mud.
The entertainment given by Ewarts
ville Grange, No. 114, was a grand eue
cess and well attended. Grange No 114
is the 1-rgest lodge of this order in the
state, having over one hundred mem
Miss Ona Clark, of Moscow, has been
visiting Mrs. Jeffries for the past week.
Miss Elsie Swall, of Pullman, is the
guest of Mrs. Maud Martin.
Last Thursday evening Mr. and Mrs.
Lon Jeffries were greatly surprised by
about forty of their neighbors coming
in. All had an enjoyable time and
danced until morning.
Fall grain of this vicinity is looking
fine. ,
Mre. K. Yoe has gone to Spokane to
visit her children who are attending col
lege there. . .
Lloyd Hill has been quite sick, but ib
now convalesent.
Mr. and Mrs. Hoa. Hill are again vis
iting Pullman friends.
Scott Getchell is building a new resi-
dence on his (arm.
The principal topics of conversation
at present are smallpox and the South
African war.
The six months' term of school at the
loe school house will close next Friday
Mihs Lnura Crow is teacher.
S. C. Roberts, school superintendent,
visited the schools at this place Tuesday
and gave quite an interesting talk.
Arlie Oster and sister Katy of \lki
visited their sisters, Mrs. H. H. Acker
man and Mrs. I). I). Payne, a few days
the past week.
Chauncey Smith and sister Edith of
1 enawawa called at Dusty Tuesday.
L. Schmuek and family visited and at
tended church near St. John a few days
the past week.
E. R. Smith, merchant of Thornton,
called Wednesday.
Rev. S. Hamilton of Union flat called
at this place Saturday.
Alex Endsley of Colfax bought a small
band af beef cattle in this vicinity the
past week.
M. E. and Jas. Darden of Union flat
were among the many who visited Dusty
the past week.
J. M. Martin gave a ball Friday night
which was well attended and' rated
among the best of the season.
"I wonder who sent that valentine?"
seems to be the leading question now.
The populists have decided to make
their dying struggle in this precinct by
calling a few of the bell wethers to
gether February 22, to try to elect a
central committeeman for two years and
delegates to the county convention.
Rev. Martin and Rev. Nic have been hold
ing revival meetings at the school house the
past weak. The meetings have been well at
tended and the hearers have lent an attentive
On Sunday the quarterly meeting services
were conducted by Rev. Rubican of Colton,
the presiding elder holding quarterly meeting
at Pullman.
Alvin Wilcox went down Union flit Thurs
day to look for some horseH.
Marcus Brannan started for his home in the
Big Bend Monday.
John King spent Saturday at Colfax.
F. M. Sever and family were visiting Mrs.
Abratns at Colfax Saturday and Sunday.
Miss Audrey Waymire will be home till the
first of March. We are glad to have her with
us again.
D. 0. Sever and family spent a few days
this week with relatives and friends east of
Clarence Gray of Montana is visiting with
relatives in this vicinity this week.
N. N. Cjta of Penawawa made a pleasaut
c.ill at the store at VVilcox Tuesday.
Cljde Stevig has recovered from his sick
ness and returned to school.
Prof. Schlauch, being called away in the
interest of the college, is absent this week.
Pastor Collins conducted the chapel exer
cises and addressed the students Tuesday
The program for Fiidsy evening will be as
Song Glee Club
Recitation Ernest Hooper
Reading Nevada Moore
Vocal solo Ralph McKee
Recitation Chas. Chesmit
Weekly Journal J. D. Reynolds
Instrumental solo Mary Bramlet
Reading VA. Warmoth
Recitation Peter Jacobaon
Recitation .shin How
Instrumental solo Miss Chambers
About 20,000 bushels oi wheat were
sold last week at Uakesdale. at 40 cents
Hoboes have stolen five dozen fine
Plymouth Rock chickens from Jack
Madden of Gartield during the season.
C. F. Huling, banker and real estate
man, has sold all his Oakesdale interests
to E. L. Sanders. Mr. Huling will go
east, where he has extensive business
Oakesdale Sun: Louis 15rady and
family, Frank Hampton and family, Will
Hubbard and family, all from Arkansas,
arrived here Wednesday morning intend
ing to settle.
Oakesdale Sun: B. F. Totten, member
of the late Washington legislature from
this district, now a resident of Philo
math, Ore., recently met with a painful
accident. While felling a tree in the
woods with his two sous, he was struck
by living splinters, breaking his ankle.
Colton News Letter: Geo. Ford of
Pullman, representing C. W. Tracy of
Portland, was in town this week and
made a big wheat deal, buying 50,000
bushels, part from W 7ood & Miller and
the rest from the Messrs. Schulthein,
Shirley, Wiggins, Buseb, Fiowers, Z.jller-
hoff and other farmers. Forty cents
f. o. b. was the price paid.
Farmington Times: Zach Piatt of
Minneapolis, a brother iu-law of Dr.
Carper, arrived from the east the early
part of the week. He will remain here
and in Spokane for indefinite time and,
perhaps, take Ford and Laura Carper
home with him and become their guard
ian. Dr. Carper is worse again. Hem
orrhnges have set in again.
Unclaimed Letters.
List of letters remaining uncalled for
in theColfax postoffice. Feb. 9,1900:
Anderson, John Buloton, Cart
Case«. Henry Cook, G F
Cartwright. PeterC2 Hall, Claud
Hall, Miss Verna Leasein, V
McDonald, S E Olson, Willie E
Ryan,C H Smith. Mrs August
Stevens, A M White, Mrs C W
Young, Mies Yorka, Wm.
February 16.
Colvin, G Conley, G C
Deering, Mrs Flt Hughps, J- M
Leeck, Arthur E Meil, E A
Parks, Henry Rimer, J W
Ross, C C Starr, Scy
Tobin, John
One cent postage will be collected.
P. 0. will keep Sunday hours on
Washington's birthday.
James Ewart, P. 11.
Broken Ankle.
While walking about a warehouse at Endi
cott Wednesday, Jas. A. Perkins of this city
had the misfortune to have one bone of an
ankle broken by the blowing over of an old
shed. A portion of the falling building struck
him. The injary is not considered serious.
shows the state of your feelings and the
state of your health as well. Impure
blood makes itself apparent in a pale
and sallow complexion, Pimples and Skin
Eruptions. If you are feeling weak and
worn out and do not have a healthy ap
pearance, you should try Acker's Blood
Elixir. It cures fill blood diseases where
cheap Sareaparillas and 60-called puri
fiers fail; knowing thy?, we sell every bot
tle on a positive guarantee. The Elk
Drug Store.
Insure with H. W. Goff.
'•"U'AX liAXKTTH, COLI-aX. \VAsIHNY; T ,, Xi FEBRUARY 16, 1000.
Mrs. M. E. Beach of Palooee wan a
Saturday visitor at Colfax.
Julian Howard returned Monday from
I his trip to Ohio and other eastern points.
Mrs. Chas. E. Scriber leaves today for
Colville and Northport to visit relatives.
Editor Herman of the Uniontown Ga
zette was a Colfax visitor Friday and
Stuart Armour of Spokane spent Sun
day in Colfax, the guest of Mr. and Mrs.
E. T. Co man.
Mrs. James Martin went to Walla
Walla Sunday to visit a brother who is
not expected to live.
C. H. Woodin returned Thursday of
last week from a three weeks' visit "with
relatives on the sound.
Mrs. Ivan Chaee and son Olney re
turned Monday from a two weeks visit
at Great Falls, Montana.
C. H. Farusworth and J. K. MeCor
nack were down from Palouse on land
office business Wednesday.
Mrs. C. E. Scriber and Mies Stella
Perkins attended the Emma Nevada con
cert in Spokane, Monday night.
Mr. and Mrs. M. A Corner and son of
Gartield spent Tuesday and Wednesday
with the family of Auditor Corner.
W. C. Goddard, a Dayton jeweler,
spent a portion of the week at Colfax,
on a visit with his brother-in-law, M. A.
Miss Flossie Larwood left Sunday
evening for Coeur d'Alene City, Idaho,
where she will visit for two or three
weeks with the family of Captain J. I.
Rev. W. T. Euster, formerly pastor of
the M. E. church at Colfax, and station
ed at Great Fails, Montana, since Aug
ust last, will leave soon for a tour of
the holy land.
Mrs. B. W. McPhee and children left
Sunday evening for Cincinnati, Ohio,
where she will join the doctor, who has
been absent several weeks. She expects
to remain two or three months.
Misses Mabel Stuht, Mury Pocock and
Lena Hamilton attended the ball at
Pullman Friday evening in celebration
of the opening of the boys' new dormi
tory at the Agricultural college.
Andrew Hill of Lane county, Oregon,
is in the Paiouee country on a visit with
his brothers, George and Dick Hill. He
is much pleased with the I'alouse and
has about decided to sell his Oregon
property and remove here. He is ac
companied by his wife.
Zero weather fell Thursday morning
at daybreak, but the ground isstiil bare
of Bnow. Ice is live inches thick and
icemen began cutting thin morning.
Company L will hold the second of its
series of dances at the armory on the
evening of February 22. The regula
tions require the company to parade on
that day also.
Dr. J. N. Pocock of Colfax, by order
from the adjutant general's office has
been appointed assistant surgeon, with
rank of Captain, in the First Inf'intr.y
Regiment, Washington National Guard.
A general meeting of the field deputy
assessors of Whitman county will beheld
at the assessor's office nt CoHax Febru
ary 28, to receive instructions and pre
pare for the work of assessment which
begins March 1.
The Woman's Christian Temperance
Union will meet at the home of Mrs. A.
W. Mechlin?, Tuesday afternoon, Febru
ary 20, at 2:30. A full attendance is de
sired, as a letter juet received from the
state president must be considered.
There is no better medicine for the
babies than Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy, Its pleasant taste and prompt
and effectual cures make it a favorite
with mothers and small children. It
quickly cures their coughs and colds,
preventing pneumonia or other serious
consequences. It also cures croup and
has been used in tens of thousands of
cases without a single failure so far an
we have been able to learn. It not only
cures croup, but when given as poon
as the croupy cough appears, will
prevent the attack. In canes of whoop
ing cough it liquefies the tough mucus,
making it easier to expectorate, and
lessens the severity and frequency of the
paroxysms of coughing, thus depriving
that disease of all dangerous conse
quences. For sale by all druggists.
Stone's Cough Not will stop that
cough. 25 and 50c at The Elk Drug
Call on H. W. (Joff for Insurance.
H: ES*^ Nothing: else adds so ma eta '
to the charznoi the drawing i
\- I room or bondoir as the softly radi- h'
h ant lijrht from CORDOVA Candles, i
/LA Nothing will contribute i^oiv to the *
mT]7 artistic success of the luncheon, H
g""'^i tea or dinner. Thi best decorative .
A=*~f candles fur the Bimpletri or tha ',
tfX^!~r most elaborate function—for cot- !
Hj tags or mansion. Made in all colors i
\^?f and the most delicate tints l>y
and sold everywhere. ;
Notice to Creditors.
In the district court of the I'nited States, for
the district of Washington, southern division,
in bankruptcy.
In the matter of Oscar T. Hill and Gertrude
Hill, his wife, bankrupts.
To the creditors of Oscar T. Hill and Gertrude
Hill, Ills wife, of l'nllman, in the county| of
Whitman mid district aforesaid, bankrupts."
Notice is hereby given that on the l-'ith day of
February, A. D. 1900. the said Oscar T. Hill and
Gertrude Hill, his wife, were duly adjudicated
bankrupts, and that the first meeting of their
creditors will be held at the office of the under
signed, referee, in ("oli'hx, Whitman county,
Washington, in said district.on Friday, the '2nd
day of Miir.'h.A.D.lPOO at the hourof one o'clock
in the afternoon of said day, ai which time the
saidereditors may attend, proVe their claims, ap
point a trustee, examine the bankrupts, and
transact such othei business as may properly
come before s-fid meeting.
Dated this l">th day of February. A. D. 1900
H. w. CANFIELD, Referee In Bankruptcy.
Notice to Creditors.
In the district court of the United States, for
the district of Washington, southern division.
In bankruptcy.
In the matter of Frank M. Busby and Annie
E. Busby, his wife, bankrupts.
To the creditors of Frank M. Busby and Annie
E. Busby, his wife, of near Pullman, in the
county of Whitman and district aforesaid,
Notice is hereby given that on the 15th day of
February, A. I). 1900, the said Frank If. Busby
and Annie E. Busby, his -wife, were duly adju
dicated bankrupts, and that the first inee"tint:'of
their creditors will be held at the nfliee of the
undersigned, referee, in ("olfax, Whitman coun
ty, Washington, in said district, on Friday, the
2ud day of March. A. D. WOO, at the hour of one
o'clock In the afternoon of sai-1 day, at which
time the said creditors may attend." pr'>ve their
claims, appoint a trustee", examine the bank
rupts, and transact such other business as may
I properly come before said meeting.
Dated this 15th day of February, A. D. 1900.
I H. \V. CANFIEiID, Referee in Bankruptcy.
fwu t' v ByTns ' Mrs- AbeU an<l Un
Lusher gave a very pleasant paaty to
their lady fnenaa on Thursday af erno n
February 8, at the home of Mrs. Byrn*. Red
was the color adopted for the occasion, and
the color scheme was carried out from the b«-
Kmninsr when red invitations summoned their
friends to luncheon at 1 o'clock. The feature
«t tbe afternoon was a musical romance, Mrs.
Lusher reading the romance, while Mr-. Byrns
Played familiar airs which, when properly
named supplied the gaps in the romance.
Mra. Doohttle guessed the names of the great
est number of the airs and was given a prize
Aiterward progressive euchre was played
Mrs. 1 nvett receiviag a prize for progressions
and Mrs. Doohttle for lone hands, while Mr.
VVinfree was given the consolation pnze. All
the details of the affair were most artistic, and
the afternoon was a delightful one to all
Dr. and Mrs. Geo. A. Chapman gave a very
elaborate and most eDJoyable whist party to
their friends laat Wednesday evening every
feature being suggestive of St. Valentine^
day. \alentines were distributed to the
guests as favors, and each score card was dec
orated with a large red heart. Hearts were
trumps for the evening, and bon-bons, sand
wiches, and other refreshments were all heart
shaped, while the ices served were in the form
of hearts and turtle doves. In the same Mrs.
W heelhouse and Mr. Doolittle had the high
est scores and received prizes, while Miss
Mabel Stuht aad Mr. Geo. Howard were
given the consolation prizes. After the game
Mrs. Chapman and Mr. Chas. Bramwell
favored the company with musical selections,
and the latter part of the evening was spent in
Karl's Clover Root Tea I
l!t'aut;i":r.A the Complexion, Purifies the I
Blood, gives a Fresh, Clear Skin. Cures Co- I
?Lipation, Indigestion, :mj all Eruptions of I
me >km. An agreeable Laxative Nerve I
ionic. Sold tin absolute guarantee by all I
tlru^'sts nt 25c, 50c. and $I.UO.
IS. C. WELLS & CO., LEROY. N. Y. [
For sale by the Elk Drugstore, F.J. Stone, Propr
Notice of Sale of Keal Estate at
Public Auction.
Notice is hereby given that in pursuance of an
order of the superior court of the state of
Washington, for the county of Whitman, made
on the 23d day of January, limi), in the matter of
the estate of Susannah Bteen, deceased; the un
dersigned, the administrator of the said estate,
will sell at public auction to the highest bidder,
for cash, lawful money of the United States,and
subject to confirmation by said superior court,
on Friday, the 2d day of* March, 1900, between
the hours of ten o'clock a. m. and the setting of
the sun on the same day, to-wit: At eleven
o'clock a. m. in front of the south door of the
court house in Coliax, Whitman county, Wash
ington, all the right, title, interest and estate of
the said Susannah Bteen, at the time of her
death, and all the right, title and interest that
the said estate has, by operation of law, or
otherwise, acquired other than or in addition to
that of the said Susannah Steen at the time of
her death, in and to all that certain lots, piece
or parcels of land situate, lying and being in
the said county of Whitman and state of Wash
ington, and bounded and described as follows,
to-wit: Lots one (1), two (J), three (:'.) and four
■ 1). in section eighteen (is), in township twenty
(20), north of range forty-six (46), K. W. M . con
taining ie>o acres, more or less.
Terms of sale: Cash, in lawful money of the
l'nited States of America, ten per cent of pur
chase money to lie paid to auctioneer on day of
sale, balance on confirmation of sale by said
superior court. W. 15. SILKWORTH,
Administrator of estate of Susannah Steen,
Dated, Colfax, Wash., Jan. 271h, 1900.
Contest Notice.
Department of the Interior, United States
Land Office, Walla Walla, Wash., January 25th,
1900.— A sufficient contest affidavit having been
filed in this office by Thomas S. Brannon, of
VViU-ox, Wash., contestant, against homestead
entry No. 5355, made September 27th,1890, for E l.,
NK 1", anil K'._, BE! „ Section 27, Township 14 N~,
Range 43 E, by Harry C. Hawley. contestee, in
which it is alleged that: Harry *C Hawley, the
contestee therein named, has wholly abandoned
said tract embraced m his said homestead entry
No. 5355, for the past four years, and th;i t said
abandonment is not due to employment of said
contestee by the government of the United
States in the army, navy, or marine corps, as a
private soldier, officer, seaman, or marine dur
ing the war wi h Spain or during any other war,
said parties are hereby notified to appear, re
spond and offer evidence touching said allega
tion at 10 o'clock a. m..oii March 20th, 1900, be
fore Wm. A. inman, r. s. Commissioner, at
his oftiee in Colfax, Wash., and that final hear
ing will beheld at 10 o'clock a. m. on March
-~th 1900, before the Register and Receiver at
the United States Land Office in Walla Walla,
The said contestant having, in a proper affida
vit, filed January 25th, 1900, set forth facts which
show- that after due diligence, personal service
of this notice can not be made, it is hereby ord
ered and directed that such notice be given by
due and proper publication.
JOHN M. HILL, Register,
THOMAS MosGROVE, Receiver.
Estray Notico.
Taken up by the undersigned, residing 7
miles south of Thornton, on Pleasant valley,
the following described estrays:
One gray mare, weight about 800 pounds,
about 6 years old, no brand visible.
One cray mare, about 7 years old, weight
about H3O pounds, no brand visible.
Unless claimed by owners and charges paid,
said animals will be sold as the law directs.
Dated February 9, 1900.
P. O. Thorton, Wash.
Estray Notice.
Taken up at my place, one mile weat of Dia
mond, one white yearling steer.marked under
bit on bnth ears, and tips cropped, no brand
visible. Unless claimed by owner and charges
paid, said animal will be sold according to
Dated, January 29,1900.
P. O. Diamond, Wash.
Estray Notice.
Taken up at my place, 5 miles southwest of
Diamond, the following descried estray: One
red and white cow, branded ■■ on right hip,
crop oIF right ear, de g^j horned.
Unless claimed by owner anu charges paid,
said animal will be sold according to law.
Dated, February 6, 1900.
P. O. Diamond, Wash,
Estray Notice.
Taken up by the undersigned, rending 6
miles south of St. John, one red bull, about i>
years old v weight about 1200 pounds, no brand
visible. Unless claimed by owner and charges
paid, said animal will bs sold according to
Dated February 12, 1900.
P. 0. St. John, Wash.
44Every Cloud Has
a Silver Lining/
T?ie clouds of bad blood enveloping
humanity hseot .< silver lining in the shave
of a specific to remm <c them. It is Hood's
SarsaparHU, America's Greatest Medicine,
which drives out all impurities from the
blood, of cither sex or <xny age.
filfesillf S I Masmd MANHOOD
Cures Impotency, Night Emissions and
tins diseases, all effects of self
§ abuse, or excess and indis
cretion. A nerve tonic and
blood builder. Brings the
pink jrlow to pale cheeks and
restores the fire of youth.
By mail sOc per box: O boxes
for $2.50; with a written guaran
tee to cure or refund the money.
Clinton &, Jackson Sts., CHICAGO, ILL*
FQr Sale by W.J.Hamilton. Druggist. Colfax, Wash
Bankrupt's Petition lor Discharge.
in the matter of James w Warner bankrupt
lo the Honorable c. H. Hanford, judge of the
district court of the United states 'fort!.,
tnetot Washington, Southern division
James W. Warner, of Tekaa, in the count] of
Whitman, state of Washington, in said district
respectfully represents that on the 7th day of
November, 1899, he was duly adjudged bankrupt
under the acts of congress rehitiiiL: to bankrupt
cy; that he has duly surrendered nil his property
and rights of property, and has fully complied
v itti ail oi the requirements of said acts and the
orders of the court touching his bankruptcy
Wherefore he praya that be may be decreed
by the court to have full discnarge from all
debts provable against his estate under said
bankrupt acts, exceptsuch debts as arc excel.t
ed by law from such discharge.
Dated this 17th ('ay of January. I.CO
United States rourt, District of Washington
Southern di\ is.on --
On this 22nd day of January, A. 1> 1900 on
reading the foregoing petition, it is ordered by
the court, that a hearing tie had upon the same
on the 2nd day of March, 1900, before 11 W
Canfield, referee, at Colfax. in said district at 1
o clock m the afternoon; and that notice there
of be published in the Colfax Gazette a news
paper printed in said district, and that all
known creditors ami other persons in interest
may appear at the said time and place mid
sliou cause, if any they have, why the prayer of
the said petitioner should not be granted "
And it is further ordered by the court that
the clerk shall send by mail to all know n cred
itors copies of said petition an.l this order ad
dressed to them at their places of residence as
Witness the Honorable C. H. Han ford, judge
oi the said court, and the seal thereof, at Seattle
in said district, on the 22nd day of January \
D. 1900. ' ' " ' "
[SealJ R M. HOPKINS. Clerk.
Knter: C If. HANFORD, Judge.
Sheriff's Hale of Real Estate.
By virtue of an execution, issued out of the
Bup< rior court of the state of Washington, in and
for the county of Walla \\ alia, holding at U alia
Walla, in A'all a Walla county, in said state, and
to me directed and delivered, for a judgment
rendered in said court at Walla Walla, on a
judgment rendered before William Glasford,
Esq., justice of the peace, on the 10th day of
January, 1900, in favor of Lee Kirk, plaintiff.and
against James W. Woodward, defendant, tor the
sum of 526.00, principal, attorney's fees and
costs and the further sum of $10.00, attorney's
fees, and $1.35 acciiud costs ol suit, 1 have
levied on the follow ing described real estate, to
wit: Lots eleven and twelve, in I.hick sixty
thre, . in W. V. Simpsons addition to the town
• if i iarfield.according to the recorded plat there
of, situated, lying and being in Whitman coun
ty. Washington.
Xotice is hereby given that on Saturday, the
lOih day of March, 1900, at the hour of two o'clock
p. m, of said day, at the south front door of the
courthouse in Col fax, in the entity of Whit
man, said state, 1 will sell all the right, title
and interest of the said James W. Woodward,
defendant in and to the above described real
estate, at public auction, to the highest and last
bidder, to satisfy said execution and all rosts.
Given under my hand this ::isl day of Janu
ary. 1900.
.-heritl oi Whitman County, Washington
By c. A Elmer, Deputy.
Notice lor Publication.
Christian D. Lnecken.
Land Office at Spokane Falls. Wash., January
30th, 1900. Notice is hereby given that the fol
lowing-aamed settler has filed notice of his in
tention to make liual proof m support of bin
claim, and that said proof will be made before
Wm. A. Inman, v. s. Commissioner for the Dis
trict of Washington, at Colfax, Washington, on
April :ird. 1901, viz; Christian 1). Lneeken, who
made Hd. entry No 8773, for the lots 3 and 1,
sec. 6, Tp. 17 X , K. 41, K. W. M. He names the
following witnesses to prove his continuous
residence upon and cultivation of said land, viz:
Peter M. Cole, Samuel Kilgore, Christen Chris
tensen and John Keller, nil of St. John. Wash
Timber Culture, Final Proof—Notice
lor Publication.
Amos Morey.
United Mates Land Office, Walla Walla,
Wash., January 24th, 1900.—Notice is hereby
given that Amos Morey has filed notice of in
tention to make final proof before Wm. A. In
mat!, i. s. Commissioner at his office in Colfax,
Wash., on Saturday, the 10th day of March,
l'.iOO, on limber culture application No, 3618,f0r
the NW quarter of section .No. 12, in Township
No. 16North, Range No. 10 Last. He names as
witnesses: Edward O. Martin, William Hunt
ley, Leslie J. smith and John W. I'eer, all of
Endicott, Wash.
JOHN M. hill. Register.
Estray Notice.
Taken up at my place, J mile southwest of
Staley, the following described estrays:
One roan horse, about 4 years old, weight
about 850 pounds, no brand visible
One roan cayuse mare, about 4 years old,
weight about 'i"io pounds. P" Wand visible.
One bay horfo, brands! PR| on left hip and
71 on left shoulder, I | about 13
years old, weight about 85u pounds.
Unless claimed by owners and charges paid,
said animals will be sold according to law.
Dated, January 24, IdOO.
P. O. Pullman, Wash.
Estray Notice.
Taken up at my place, on Union rUt, about
7 miles southeast of Endicott, the following
described estray: One white and red or brindle
moo'.ey cow,2 or 3 years old, no brand or other
marks. Unless claimed by owner and charges
paid, said acimal will be sold according to law.
Dated, February 9, 1900.
P. O. Endicott, Wash.
Eatray Notice
Taken up by the undersigned, redding 5
miles southwest of (Jakesdale. the following
described esiray: One dark bay mare, about
6 years old, weight about 1050 pounds, no
brand visible. Unless claimed by owner and
charges paid, said animal will be sold as the
law provides.
Dated February 12, 1900.
P. O. Oakesdale, Wash.
From the undersigned, in the fall of 1899
one small sorrel mire, 3 or 4 years old, tip of
one ear split, weight about 800 pounds, not
branded. Very tame for handling. A re
ward of §5 will be paid for her return to mo
at Coif ax. T. W. WALTERS.
, '" ' ■ <>'. Waahlnc
ton, Id and for v\ 1 .
Harry ( ; ,
James Sanford Wai I, Henrietta Ward, LatiraO
ward, Bertha Wnpl. Mattic Mhv \v rt r.l Maud
"««. an infant chl ■ ,- „,,,,,,. |, „„.
v. heirs at law oi Jamca M Wai I •!•■
ceased and HartwellG. Hasting and
Hasting:, ins wife, defendant!
.-•.;!•• of Washington, County ol Whitman --
rbesute of Washington, to the laid K!i//n
bel i Ward and Clara J. Whpl. James Sanford
vw, i .nririuw.-u.l LauraC. Ward, Bertha
Ward.Hattie May Ward, and Maud Hard, an
infant child v hose true name la unknown h< irs
at law of James M. Ward, debased, defendant
louare hereby summoned and required to
>M'l>turiM the Superior court of the state <■(
Washington, In and for Wlntnnni connty with
n Bixty daya after the date of the Brut publica
tion o tnißßummonji,towit: within sixtydaya
after the 2nd day ol February. \. D. 19$ and
defend the above enUtled action in the above
entitled court and anawerthe complaint of the
plaintlfl In said action and bi rvea copi ol to
said answer on 11. W-.Ca
attornej for plaintiff, at hisofllce [in olfai In
the county of Whitman, sUte of Washin
and it you iml to appear and defend said action
and answer tht complal plaintiff afore
said within the time af. len , w)
naered BRainsl you, acrording lo tfa
"fM 1, *£ f Baid complaint, which has been fIU-d
wltu the clerk oi sh lh.- objecl of the
above entitled action la to foreclose two rnort
- BBaiusi Hi,- southwest iiuarl tion
■ J. towuship2o, Range 12, in Whitman county
V"^ 1!" 1-'" ' °1 which salt! mortgaeea la
»ated Novi . oo „;,,. „,,,..
pst, and was recorded in the ofllce of the coun
ty auditor ol Whitman county, Washington on
Nov. .'MI.. 1890, in II real ■[■k,. „t
md ..-i N s>, ; . h (hi re Is now due
the sum ol fS2s.t>o with inter,.-; after December
Ist, l-' >, at LO per cenl per annum, and liOOOat
5 a fees.aud costs; said i aRa madn
in favor of one Jnmt-fi H.Tallmun and assiicneil
to plaintilr; and the other of which mori
Rrtgea was dated November 2«h, ivi, :•■ -
and interest, and was recorded In the office of
the county auditor of Whitman county in Book
'" '" ,X'" l' l ' page ISO thereof
on which there is now due the sum i
with intertsl after Aug ist Ist, 18U i at l' per
per annum, and J; ie j 'a fees made in
fa ,or of plaintiff. Kai h and both of said
gages w< re made bj -„ IEI il ::, w an] and
James M \\ ard, now dei i ased.
Dated Januarj 31, 1900.
. . H. W. CANFII ID,
I liiintiii sattorney, postoftice address Colfai
Whitman county, Washington.
Bnmmoni for Publication,
No. 7,607.
In the Mi|.i rior i ourt of the Mmc of Washing
ton, in and foi the county ol Whitman
Northwestern and I'acitic Hypotheekbank
(Northwestern and Pacific Mortgage Company
a corporation, plaintiff, vs. \\ B stephenson
Sophia V. stephenson. First National Hank of
1 ullmnn, a corporation; The State Insurance
Company, a corporation, iind the Boston Rubber
Shoe Company, >i corporation, defendant!
The state of Washington to the said The state
Insurance Company, a corporation and tlw
Boston Rubber Shoe C >mpany, a corporation
You are hereby summoned to appear within
sixty days after the date of the first publication
of this summons, to-wit, v it hi n Rlxtj days after
the second day of February, A. l>. 1900 and de
fend the above entitled action in the above en
titled court, and answer the complaint of the
plaintiff, and serve a copy of your annwer upon
the undersigned, attorneys for the plaintiff al
their office below stated; and In case of your
failure so to do, judgment will be rendered
against you accord imj to the demand ol the
complaint which has been til. <i with the clerk
of said court.
The object of this action is to recover <>f the
defendants,sW. B. Stephenson? anil Sophia V
Stephenson, the sum «.| six thousand nine hun
dred and seven and forty one hundred'hs
(161)07.41) ildiliirn due upon two promissory noti s,
made, executed and delivered by the said de
fendants to the plaintiff on the 23rd day of De
cember, 1892. the payment of which said notes
is secured by a mortgage 'Inly recorded in the
office of tlic auditor of this county and state in
i;<">k "58" of Mortgages, at page "545," and also
to foreclose the said mortgage securing the i ay
ment of the same. Theproperty in caid mort
gage described 1b situate in whitman county
Btate of Washington, and described us follows'
tow it:
The northeast quartet and the smith half of
the northwest quarter, and the northeast quartet
of the northwest quarter oi section thirty-one
(31), and the northwest quarter of the north
west quarter of section thirty-two [32), In town
ship fourteen (14) north, range forty-five (45)
East of the Willamette Meridian
Attorneys for plaintiff, p. v. address, Xx
change National Bank Building, Spokane, Spo
kane » -0., \\ ashinKton.
Snmmona By Publication.
In the superior court of the state oi Washing
ton, in and for V\ hitman county.
The First National Bank of Colfax, s corpora
tion, plaintiff, vs. '1 homas Roue. Julius Mppltt
and Philip Llppitt, copartners as Ltppitl Broth
ers, lhe First National Hank of I'ullman Ed
win T. Coman, Abraham 11. stone and Dollie
stone, his wife. Nat. Bryant, 11. .1. Jackson, i,
W. Stone and Mrs. G. \v. an , his wife, de
Stateof Washington, < !ounty of Whitman m.
The state ol Washington to the said Thomas
Rowe, defendant: Yon tire hereby summoned
and required to appear In the superior court ol
the state of Washington, in and fur the county
of Whitman, within sixty days after the date oi
the first publication of this summons, to wit:
within sixty days after January 26th, 1900, and
defend the above entitled action in Lhe al>ove
entitled court, ami answer the complaint of the
plaintiff in said action and serve a copy of your
said answer on Wiufree & McCroskey, the
undersigned attorneys for plaintiff, at tln-ir
office in Colfax, in the conn y of Whitman,
state of Washington; and if you fail to appear
and defend said action and answer the com
plaint of the plaintiff aforesaid, within tin-time
aforesaid, judgment will be rendered against
you according to the demand of - t;d complaint,
which h«s been filed with the clerk of said
court. The object of the above entitled action
is to recover judgment in favor of plaintiff and •
against said defendant Thomas Rowe for the
sum of 1909 50, v, ith interest thereon from Janu
ary °.0, 1900, at the rat<; of one and one-half per
cent per month, together with $50 00 attorneys'
fees and c< sta and disbursements, alleged to "be
due plaintiff by reason of a promissory note
ami the mortgage hereinafter mentioned, made
by Srii'i Thomas Howe to the laid plaintiff, mid
to foreclose against u!l of the above named de
fendants a certain mortgage securing the pay
ment of said note upon the following described
real estate in the county of Whitman, state of
Washington, to-wit: Thesouthwesl quarter of
Section one. Tow n^hip fourteen north, of Range
forty-three east of the Willamette Meridian, I i
gether with all and singular the tenements,
hereditaments and appurtenances thereunto be
longing or in any wise appertaining, said mort
gage being dated November :;o, ivj4, made by
Thomas Rowe to the plaintiff and recorded in
Book''68" of Records of Real Estate Moi
of Whitman county, Washington, at page 140
thereof; Bald plaintiff being now the owner ami
holder of said note and mortgage. Plaintiff in
said complaint prays for the foreclosure of said
mortgage, the sale of said mortgaged premises
and the application of the proceeds thereof to
the payment of the amount found due it, and
for genera] relief.
WINFREE & M'CROSKEY, attorneys for
plaintiff, postoflire address Colfax, Whitman
County, Washington.
First publication, January'!''.. 1900.
Lust publication March 9th,
Public Laiul Sale.—lsolated Tract.
Notice is hereby given that in pursuance ol
instructions from the Commissioner of the
(ieneral Land Office, under authority vested in
him by section 2455, (Jnited States Revised Stat
utes, as amended By the act of congress ap
proved February 26th, 1895, we will proceed to
offi r at public Fftle oa Thursday, the 15th day ol
March, 1900, at the hour ol 10 o'clock oi said
day. at this office, the following tract oi land,
To wit: K l., SE 1 ( and the 9E| , NX' '„ 8C . 22, T.
UN., R. 4U*K. W. M.
Any and all person I claiming adversely the
above described lands are advised t<> tile their
claims in this office on or before the day above
designated for the commencement ol stidsale,
otherwise their rights will be foifi ited.
D ineatthe [Jnited States Land Oilice, Walla
Walla, Washingtrin. this 22d day of January,
JOHN M. HILL, Register.
Notice for Publication.
(JlyseM --\ G. Story.
Land Office at Walia Walla, Wash., January
17th, 1900. — Not reby given that the fof
lowing-named settler has filed notice of bis
intention to make filial proof i:i rapport of his
claim, ami that said proof will be nude before
the county clerk and clerk of the superior court
of Wnitman county, Washington, at (olfax,
Washington,on March 3rd, \'*<), viz: Ulysest
S. G. story, who made Homestead Entry
No. 7703, tor the w:, sej^ iw^ nc'. 4 and se' 4
nw«i, Sec. 28, Tp. 14 », R. 13, K. He names the
: ■■■ving witnesses to proTe his continuous
residence upon, and cultivation of said land,
viz: J. M. Hall, of Almota, Whitman Co.,
Wash., Samuel L. Brown, Henry .1. Young and
Richard Yoe, of I'uliman. Whitman Co., Wash
JOHN M. HILL, Register.

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