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FROM COUNTY'S BOOKS
List of Instruments Filed for
Record in a Week.
Gov. Patents and Receipts
United States to Lafayette F. Buff,
neq nwq 20-13-38, receiver's receipt.
Laura E. Brown and husband to
Ora E. Carey, lot 7, blk 27, Wiley's
2nd add, Palouse, 1450.
Nannie E. Bivins to Margaret
Smith, part 'ot 8, blk 14, McCoy's
add, Oakeedale, 81000.
Birney H. Alberta and wife to Mrs.
Sallie Cohoea lot 5 and part lot 4,
blk 4, Coffin's add, Tekoa, 11300.
Harry W. Robertson and wife to
Wm. H. Robertson and wife, lots 11
and 12, blk 11, Powers' add, Palouee,
Minnie Crippen and husband to
Charles Freeman, lot 7, Hk 5, Lock
hart'a add, St. John, $150.
Maggie Farria et al to Mamie Lem
on, lots 3 and 4 and part lot 5, blk 1,
Culton's add, Palouae. $1100.
John Crosby and wife to Carl Hem,
lota 4, 5, 6, blk 5, Mt. View add,
A. Mestermau and wife to A. D.
Calp & Son, part lot 10, blk 4, Lom
bard's add, Tekoa, 830.
Burrell Investment Co. to George
F. Stlvera, awq 29-18-45, §16.000.
Louis Frank to Theodore Flem
miug, lot 6, blk 37, Maiden, 1300.
W. M. Hobaoo and wife to O. J.
Hobtjon, undivided one-balf of wh
neq, neq nwq and lot 1 of 30-13-38,
Wm. A. Gildersleeve and wife to
North Coast R. R. Co., part lots 1,
2, 3, 4, of 6-14-37, $1.
McGregor Land & Livestock Co. to
North Coast R. R. Co., part 33-15-37,
Martha J. Canutt to Joseph E. Ca
nutt, undivided one-half of sh lot 6,
and 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, blk 2, Fairview
add, Tekoa, $1.
George W. Strange and wife to
JLouis Wm. Walls, part eh neq 22-19
--44, lota 2 and 3, blk 3, McCoy's 2nd
George L. Bafus to Guy Hughes,
lot 11, blk 2, Winona, 8300.
G. R. Patteraon and wife to C. T.
Pennintgon, tract in sections 28 and
29, 18 41 $1025.
C. T. Penulngfcon and wife t& Eliza
beth McKelheer, tract in 29-18-41,
Jaoob Strokes to Taylor Land &
Livestock Co., part Bectiooa 17, 18 of
16-39; part 24-16-38, part 30 16-39,
part 26-16-38, part 19-16-39.
Lav it) a Z. Hcoper to Taylor LanJ &
Livestock Co., part 20 and 21, in 15
Hooper Land ft Livestock Co. to
Taylor Land & Livestock Co., land in
Adams and Whitman counties.
Jas. H. Anderson and wife to Col
fax National Bank, tract in Coliax,
College Park Improvement Co. to
Eva Saxton Peasley, lot 14, blk 0.
College Park add, Pullman.
Hooper Land Si Livestock Co. to
Lavina Z. Hooper, land in Whitman
and Adams counties, 875,000.
Colfax National Bank to I.M. Cur
tis, 29-14-39, |1.
Ernst A. Witte and wife to I. M.
Curtis, 29 14-39, 830,000.
Aylette Yiviou McQueen to Francis
M. Hill, eh neq neq, eh \vh neq neq
6-15-46, 8225 U.
Aylette Vivion McQueen to Geo.
B. Fisher, \vh neq, wh wh eh neq 6
Aylette Vivion McQueen to Asa L.,
Hill, eh seq neq, eh wh seq neq 6-15
--46, *225 U.
Julius Ehrlich and wife to Harry
L. Plummer, lots 18, 19, 20, blk 2,
Perkins & Prescott's Kiverside add,
B. W. Needham to Mrs. E. A.
Baugher, lot 1, I.lk 25, Maiden,
W. D. Lord and wife to Luther N.
Williams, pt nh 9-18-45, 810,000.
Henry Sinclair and wife to J. C.
Northrup, lot 2, blk 20, Beach's add.
George F. Stivers and wife to Bur
rell Investment Co., part swq 29-18
beorge F. Stivers and wife to Bur
rell Investment Co., part swq 29-18
George F. Stivers and wife to Bur
rell Investment Co., part Bwq 29-18
H. F. Troab and wife to Colfax
National Bank, 10,24 C acres in Whit
man and Adams counties, 113.500.
H. F. Troub and wife to Coif ax
National Bank, 10,240 acre* in Whit
man and Adams eonntips. 815,u00.
Elizabeth McKelht .r to C. T. Pen
ningtou, tract in 29-18-41, $500.
F. J. Mahoney and wife to Western
Loan & Savings Co., lot 1, blk 6,
Lombard's add, Tekoa, 81000.
R. W. Hargrave and wife to Chas.
Aahton, tract in nwq seq 29-18-41 and
tract in sh neq 29-18-41, $1000.
Thomas Neill to Pullman Savings
&, Loan Association, lots 1, 2, 3, 4,
=5, 6, blk 3, Parr's add, Pullman,
H. L. Rouse et al to International
Mt«. Bank, lots 1,2,3,4, eb nwq 29
Peter Machlied and wife to First
Savings & Trust Bank of Whitman
county, nh 5-15-41, $3000.
Lavina Z. Hooper to Albert E.
Hooper, ex'r., et al, pt 20,21,19 in
I. M. Curtis et ux to Colfax Xa
tional Bank, ell of 29-14-39, $13,
I. M. Curtis et ax to Ernst A.
Witte, all of 29-14-39, 510.563.
'Jeo. B. Fisher et ux to A. V. Mc-
Queen, wh neq, wb wh eh neq 6-15
W. E. Calliban and wife to Minnie
Heaslet, neq 30-14-46, except, 82100.
S. A. Mustard to J. I. Case Thresh
ing Machine Co., machinery, 8190.
John Keating to J. I. Case Thresh
ing Machine Co , machinery, 8803.
J. W. Smiley to J. R. Hughes, au
tomobile, livestock, buggies, etc.,
T. L. Davis to Holt Mfg. Co., ma
W. G. Dodson to Charles Aahton,
1000 bushels wheat on nb 2-18-41,
Alden Stiffler to John Terhune,
two-thirda crop on 110 aorea on nwq
Sam Williams to John W. Foley,
horses, etc., 850.
Jesse L. Booker to A. H. Averlll
Machinery Co., machinery, 8600.
D. F. McDonald to P. L. Zimmer
man, livestock, 8375.
Arthur Cole to J. I. Case Thresh
ing Machine Co., machinery, 1872.
Geo. M. Howton to J. I. Case
Threshing Machine Co., machinery,
R. B Grant to International Har
vester Co., machinery, 62381.
S. H. Hubbard to Clarke k Eaton
Co., engine, 81250.
G. H. Thomas to International
Harvester Co., engine, 81250.
Guilford Miller and Miller Bros,
to Holt Mfg. Co., harvester, 81750.
Leo L. Totten to Hope F. Altizer,
W. J. Davidson to Isom H. Ed
wards, real mtg.
A. M. Phillips to L. A. Reid, chat
Harvey & Regan to J. A. Allen et
al., chattel mtg.
Mrs. E, Rooks to C. E. Maynard,
Penna. Mtg. Invest. Co. to Bertha
Elette Tutler, real mtg.
United States Investment Corpora
tion to Peter Machleid, real mtg.
Lucy C McQueen to A. V. Mo-
Queen, real mtg.
Northwestern & Pacific Hypotheek
bank to A. V. McQueen, real intg.
Chas. Freeman to J. P. Hagaman,
J. W. Cox to W. H. Trlbbet, real
C. Bowman to Isaac W. James,
H. A. Kaeppler to B. W. Need
bam, real mtg.
American Wood Working Mchy.
Co. to J. R. Gojd & Co., conditional
bill of sale.
Bills of Sale
J. EL Anderson to Colfax National
Bank, livestock, Implements, etc.,
J. M. Crouch to J. E. Crouch, bow
ling alleys, etc., 81500.
Conditional Bills of Sale
Clarke & Eaton Co. to C. R. Rob
inson, hack, etc., 8117.
Olarke & Eatou Co. to Geo. Schier
man, plow, etc., 8192. *
Western Supply Co. to Rosalia
Steam Laundry, machinery, 8700.
J. M. Crouch to Henry Ossler, pool
tables, 17 50.
Holt Mftf. Co. to Mark Brandon,
"Battle of the Clearwater."
Robert H. Cosgrove, secretary and
manager of the Spokane Interstate Fair,
October 3 to 9 next, has made final ar
rangements with Bert Gregory, the
famous out door amusement director,
for the graphic, realistic reproduction of
"Chief Joseph and the Battle of. the
Cleurwater," one of the greatest open
air melodramas ever yet conceived.
This magnificent spectacle, which will
make "Buffalo Bill's Wild show
look tame in comparison, will be staged
on the entire infield of the fair grounds
and the mimic battle will rage over
many square acres. To add to the real
ism of the spectacle several hundred
Indians, some of them Nez Perces who
took part in the original battle, will be
pitted against several companies of
militia. The "battle" will be as nearly
historically correct as possible, being
based on the description especially
written for the fair management by Col.
Michael McCarthy of Walla Walla, who
bad two horses shot under him during
the engagement and was awarded a
medal by act of congress for bravery on
the field of battle.
A young business man of education
and refinement, not bad looking, good
physique and health, not in society, de
sires the acquaintance of a neat, refined
young lady not over 25, of perfect health
and affectionate disposition. Object,
matrimony. This is a bona fide ad and
any young lady may answer without
any misgivings, as letters will be held in
strict confidence and returned if desired.
Address, Geo. E. Curtis, Gen. Del., Spo
kane, Wash. '
A healthy man is a king in his own
right; an unhealthy man is an unhappy
slave. Burdock Blood Bitters builds up
si und health—keeps you well.
COLFAX GAZETTE, COLFAX, WASHINGTON, AUGUST 12, 1910.
MEET AFTER FIFTY YEARS.
Governor James of Colfax and His
Brother Walter Meet in Seattle.
As stated elsewhere ex Governor James !
of Colfax left Monday for Seattle to meet
a brother he had not seen for 50 years, j
and together they would make the trip '
to Alaska. A dUpatch from Seattle of !
the 9th has this to say of the brother*:
"Two brothers, who hsd not met in
50 years, passed each other a score of
times at the Rainier-Grand hotel yeater
day, paw each other at the King street
station, where each went expecting the
other to arrive, and were formally intro
duced last night by C. H. Shafer, clerk at
"William H. James, 79, former gov
ernor of Nebraska, lives at Colfax, Wash.,
while his brother, Walter James, 73, is a
resident of Los Angeles.
"Fifty years ago they walked down a
road leading out of Dakota, Nebraska,
and said good bye. Walter James was
returning to Marion county, Ohio, and
William James remained at Dakota, to
"Walter went to the war to fight for
the Union cause and upon bis return
sought a home on the western frontier.
Nearly a quarter of a century ago Wil
liam James came to Washington. From
the day of their saying good bye at Da
kota until yesterday their paths never
MORE CANDIDATES IN FIELD
Flood Tide Not Reached--Rumors
of Others to Follow.
The following gentlemen have an
nounced their candidacy for office at the
primaries on the 13th of next month
since our last report :
Jake Arrasmith, Colfax, republican,
for county treasurer.
E. J. Byrne, Garfield, democrat, com
missioner Ist district.
W. C. McCoy, Oakesdale, republican,
representative Bth district.
John N. Pickrell, Colfax, for superior
W. C. Chalenor, Palouse, democrat,
commissioner 2d district.
D. C. Dow, Pullman, republican, pros
G. H. Lawrence, Colfax, republican,
representative 7th district.
Thomas Neill, Pullman, superior judge.
Posse Not Heard From.
The posse on the man bunt after the
unknown desperado, the supposed slayer
of Dell McConnell, has not been heard
from as The Gazette goes to press. Some
thing startling will probably be doing
Resolutions of Condolence.
Whereas, Our Divine Master has re
moved from oar midst our brother,
Robert Munson, be it
Resolved, That Colfax Aerie No. 303.
F. O. E , extend its heartfelt sympathy
to the bereaved family; and be it further
Resolved, That these resolutions be
spread on the minutes and a copy be
cent to the bereaved family.
Joseph Krebbs, Isaac Williams, James
Fell From a Telegraph Pole.
Marshall T. Green, a lineman working
for the Pacific States Telephone & Tele
graph Co., last Monday fell from the top
of a 30-foot pole while clinging to the
crossarm, which proved to be insufficient
to bear his weight and gave way, strik
ing on a barbed wire fence. Green was
badly shaken up. He was taken to St.
Ignatius hospital, where it was found
that his right wrist was broken, and
one wing of the nose was torn out by
coming in contact with the barbed wire.
Mr. Green is out on the street again,
although the arm is ewollen and is very
painful. The accident took place three
miles north of town on the Garfield
Delicious iced buttermilk, a nickel a
glass, at Poteet's.
Sbirkey & Glaser, graduate optician?.
There is nothing more cooling and re
freshing on a warm day than iced butter
milk. Served at Poteet's for 5 cents.
You will like the pure, cold buttermilk
served at Poteet's.
ALEXANDER & CO. Isr e , «
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Is read by people whom
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expenses every time you /&r fa\^ general expenses,
buy a Suit or Overcoat /4O^^V< < 'Cc^X
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No. 6 Upton Street :-: Coif ax, Washington >
For County Treasurer.
I hereby announce myself as a candidate
for the republican nomination for county
treasurer, subject to the will of the voters at
the primary election, Septernhnr 13.
l>. C. Dow
Candidate for the republican nomination
for the office of prosecuting attorney of Whit
man county. Primary election, Hepteinber
For County Commission*'!*.
I hereby announce my candidacy for the
republican nomination for couuty commis
sioner in the Second Conjinfcsioner'a district,
subject to the primary election September 13.
BUR t ON C. HOWE,
G. B. Carter
Candidate for nomination on the republican
ticket for sheriff of Whitman county.
E. A. Williams
Candidate for nomination for prosecuting
attorney of Whitman county on the republi
can ticket, subject to the will of the voters at
the primary election.
William L. LaFollette
Candidate for republican nomination for
congressman in the Third coEgressional dis
trict of Washington.
A. P. Miller
Candidate for republican nomination for
county commissioner from the First cominis
sioner district, subject to the primary election
James C. Farr
Candidate for couDty commissioner from
2nd district m the republican ticket at the
For County Assessor.
I hereby announce that I will be a candi
date tot the nomination for county assessor on
the democratic ticket, subject to the will ot
the voters to be expressed at the primaries on
September 13, 1910. RHDUFF>
Ex-Assessor Whitman Co., Wash.
A. B. Veatcli, Colville, Wash.
Republican Candidate for Congress.
Opposed to Cannonism Endorsed by Re
publican editors of Stevens county, 500 farm
era in Stevens county, Colville Ministerial
Association, State Anti-Saloon League, Veatch
Congressional Club of Colville.
For County Assessor.
To the Voters of Whitman County:
I wish to declare to you ay intention to be
come again a candidate for County Assessor
on the republican ticket, subject to the primary
election September 13,1910.
If putting the work of the assessor's office
on a business basis and giving the people, in
dividually and collectively, "a pquare deal
have anything of merit in them, I feel that I
have no reason to hesitate in asking once more
for the support of the people of the county in
the coming elections in September and No
vember. Respectfully submitted,
GEO. L.. CORNELIUS
AUTOMOBILE AND BICYCLE HOSPITAL
Repairing ot ali kinds.
Opp. Main Street School COLFAX
We Haul Everything
Reed, Ripley & Co.
Express and Dkaymen
Office at Ripley Pharmacy
Phone Main 11
The Gazette $1.50 a year
Injured against floods, fire and cyclones
0. V. BBYSON'S
We can supply you with ali kinds of
including McCormick and Hodge
header main drive chains. Also
for any bindpr or hpnder uped in this
country. The rivet pndn are pro
tected from wear. Made of heavy
canvas aDd ash sticks.
Do you want a chain or draper?
If co, we wi!! save you money.
Phone Main 821.
24 Main St. COLFAX, WASH.
Colfax Meat Market
A. GEREER, Proprietor
FEESH AND CURED MEATS
POULTRY AND FISH
Oysters in Season
Hides and Pelts Bought
119 Mam Street Phone Main 101
Goods that have been under
water will not be sold to any
person without telling them
"W. H. Lacev
HAVE A GOOD TIME
pipce with jou at all times and you
can be prompt in keeping engage
niftits and never "get left.". We have
a saperb stock of hiph grade watches
made by the best manufacturers and
as timekeepers are of the bj^h*"^
standard of excellence. Every t^JIL 1
can be suited from our great va&Jfl
in styles af caf>ee, ornamentatij/
etc., that we are showing. S
Parr's Jewelry Store
MRS. W. D. PARR,
Optometrist and Jeweler
319 Main St. COLFAX. WASH.
and see our watches? We carry
FINE HOWARD WATCHES, HAMIL
TON, ILLINOIS, ROCKF'iRO, EL
GIN WALTHAM AND SOUTH BEND
AT PRICES FROM $9.00 UP.
AW™"" 8 F°R •'• Sl"s0 ' *2
INCERSOLL TRENTO :S FOR $5
$6, $7, S9, 12.00 AND 15.00.
Shirkey & Glaser
LEADING JEWELERS S*t%
At the sign of the street cwlJ
If you buy a
watch from us
ffi 2? Sr nk- We wil! Btand be
hind all the promise we make for
lAn t fc Bhoald go back on
you-why, we will make it do itß
?h2"3f. cue you another on«
fj t>Bs nthat baßiß that ask
I? ™n? 6XpfCt yoQr wat<* trade.
Ny- V 6 S Watch in mi nd, hurry
M. A. ROSE, Jeweler
Oppoßite Great Eastern Store
In Standard Old Line Company
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