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FROM COUNTY'S BOOKS
List of Instruments Filed for
Record in a Week.
Gov. Patents an«l Receipts
United States to Geo. A. Mackie,
swq swq 4, eeq seq 5, eh neq 8-11-45,
United States to Francis W. Sever,
nwq 11-14-42, patent.
Amelia Anderson to Amelia De
(Jowin, blk A, Robard's add, Pa
C. Dameyer to Palouse Irrigation
»fc Power Co., pt sections 13, 25 in
19-40, pt Rock Lake, 110.
Wm. H. Scott and wife to N. M.
Louuebury, lots 3, 4, blk 12, Sunset,
Jno. Terhune and wife to Harry
Terbune, tract in St. John SI.
Michael J. Mraehek et al to Dun
can Ferguson, lot 5, blk 37, Maiden,
Isabella A. Lrekhart and husband
to Jno. Conrad Ochs, lot 10, blk 2,
Loekhart'a 2ud add, Bt. John, $125.
Whitman Electric Railway A Power
Co. to E. H. Newtou, seq, nh awq,
nh eh swq 25-16-43. $1.
L. L. Calhoun to Viola A. Cal
huun, nh ewq 14-20-43, $1.
Peter Prott. Sr., and wife to L. L.
Calhouu and wife, lot 10, blk 5, lota
5,7,8,9,10, blk 7, Protf's 2nd add,
Rosalia, uwq 14-20-43, except, nb
uwq 14-20-43, except, 623,700.
Pullnmu Improvement Co. to Km
ma Doty, lot 18, Squires & Gaddis'
subdivision of lots 4,5,(5,7, blk 2,
Lawrence & Holbrook's add, Pullman,
Walter Fray et ux to Elizabeth D.
Ely, 4-11 interest in seq 12, all of
13, eh eh 14, nh Dwq 24, neq 24,
nh eeq 2417-39, bwci 18, pt nwq 19
Walter Fray et ux to Frank W.
Fray, property name as deed Fray to
J. D. Carson and wife to J. B.
Westerdyk, extension of real mtg,
G«o. A. Mackie and wife to Jno.
B. Stand ley, swq ewq 4, neq seq 5,
eh nog 8-12-45, $600.
H. Jo*. Sehaaf and wife to Simon
EL Scbaaf, wh neq, eh nwq 8-13-45,
J. E. Brown and wife to A. E.
Clawbon, tracts 5, 6, Sheebau'a pro
posed add, Farmington, 62500.
Richard H. Hutcheson and wife to
Geo. H. MoGuire, neq 30-18-4 3,
C. Margaret O'Dell to W. W. Mor
rison, lots 20, 21, McGee's subdi
vision of lots 1, 2 of|s 14-45, $2500.
Henry Krom and wife to Spokane
& Inland Empire Ry. Co., tract in
nwq 4-10-43, $1.
A. M. Hortou and wife to Rudolph
Pazer, tract in swq 22-16-43, $4500.
Mary J. Vaupel and husband to
Minnie Mesternian, lots 11, 12, blk
3, Lombard's add, Tekoa, 83500.
W. G. Davidson to Mrs. M. H.
Byruni, lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, blk 16,
McCoy's add, Oake9dale, £450.
E. N. Beach et ux to H. I. Willis,
tract in Colfax, 11.
I 1 rank Ewing et al to Sarah Mor
gan, seq swq, lot 4 of 18 17-44, 61.
Sarah Morgan to Harry Benner,
seq swq, lot 4 ot 18-17-44, $6000.
D. H. Gwinu et ux to R. C. Me-
Croskey, Jr., lot 4, blk 3, R. C.
McCroskey's 2ud add, Garfleld, 61.
Alexander 11. Lynch et ux to M. O.
Lynch et al, wh nwq 29, neq, nh seq
Richard 11. Hutrhesoa et ux to S.
s. Hale, uh seq, neq swq 36-18-42,
L. Ernst Matkin to Braiser Bailey,
lot 8, blk 3, Farmiugton, 11.
Braiser Bailey et ux to P. M.
Smith, lot 8, blk 3, Farinin^tou,
Yin S- Sweet et nx to Kobt. S.
Jordan et al, eeq 4-17-39, 63850.
C. H. Langbehn et ux to J. Wesley
Wilson, lots A, 5, blk 4, Huffman &
Lake's add, Tekoa, contract, 61700.
D. W. Morgan to Ole Krogstat et
al. swq 9, all 17-15-40, lease.
Milwaukee Land Co. to Geo. B.
Haynee, lot 16, blk 5, lot 7, blk 29,
K. W. Tyi.-r and wife to Susan
S. Winship. lots 1, 2, blk 4, McDon
ald's add, Tekoa, 81800.
Dan'l Morgau and wife to H. C.
Moirison, tract iv Oakesdale, $1.
Wna. J. Morrell to Mrs. Margaret
Feenau, seq 8-17-44, $1600.
Chas. Schmidt to Geo. M. Carey,
lot 1, blk 6, Fisher's add, Palouse,
Thos. Hyslop and wife to O. R.
Thompson, lot 8, blk 8, Reaney's
add, Pullman, 82500.
E. E. Stark and wife to L. R. Dil
lingbam, lot 3, blk 53, Maiden, 8250.
O. I. Hittle and wife to If. W.
Olsmtead, pt eh eeq 24-14-44, 83300.
Colby HarDer and wife to Peter
Heidenreich, pt nh neq 17-15-42,
Allen Rodecape and wife to Robt.
Kilgore, pt seq.neq 1-18-41, 8800.
Milwaukee Land Co. to Katherine
Richardson, lots 5, 6, blk 59, Mal
COLFAX GAZETTE, COLFAX, WASHINGTON, OCTOBER 7, 1910.
Wm. E. Kuehle and wife to E. F.
Maurer, pt 15-20-45, $10,0 on
E. F. IVlaurer and wife to W. E.
Kueble, all of 15-20-45, 132,000.
Edwin T. Taylor to Luella Win
gard, lots 1, 2, blk 46, Maiden, agree
L F. Buff et ux to Mary Kelly, nb
eeq, sh ueq 22-14-39, 82 400.
Samuel M. McCroskey and wife to
Citizeus State Bank, sn lot 2, lot 3,
blk 10, Huffman's 2nd add, Tekoa,
Walter S. Gross and wife to A. L.
Hill, lots 4, 5 of section —, tp 16,
r 45. 8400.
Palouae Irrigation & Power Co. to
Al^emeen Administrate & Trustkan
toor, as trustee, laud in Whitman,
Adams & Franklin counties. $211,
W. R. Jaques to Pullman State
Bank, 2-3 crop on swq 10, eeq 9, tp
—, r 45, 11000.
W. A. Holden et ox to C. E. Jen
ning, eh eh swq 23-14-45, £300.
Simon H. Schaaf et ux to Mrs. An
na Mraz, wh neq, eh nwq 18-13-45,
Miunie Mesternian to C. M. Vau
pel, lots 11, 12, blk 3, Lombard'a
add, Tekoa, 62000.
<reo. M. Miller et ux to Columbus
Johnson, aeq 26-16-44, pt neq 26-16
--44, pt wh nwq 25-10-44, 67000.
Harry Benner et ux to First Sav
inga &, Trust Bunk, lot 4, seq swq 18
M. (). Lynch et al to First Savings
& Trust Bank, sh sh 19, wh nwq 29,
nh eeq. n<»q 30-16-45, $15,000.
M. (). Lynch et al to Alexander U.
Lyuch, wh nwq 29, neq, nh seq 30
--16-45, 6730 C.
Geo. M. Squirea et ux to A. A.
Wilson, sh neq, neq neq, pt uwq neq
11-18 41, 6000.
L. V. Ricketts and wife to B. Wes
tredyke, eh seq 3-14 45, 61000.
Bobt. Kilgore to Jas. W. Freeman,
nwq 10-18-41, 800.
Wm. E. Kucble and wife to E. F.
Maurer, pt 15-20-4 5, 624,000.
M. J. Murray to Pullman State
Bank, livestock, $900.
M. J. Murray to Pullman State
Bank, 2-3 orop on seq 31-14-44,
wh swq 32-14-44, 6900.
S. T. Moffet to Ai Camp, live
H. S. Hull to W. S. Imbler, live
stock, 2-3 crop on pt 2118-42,
G. M. Sharp to R. B. C'-ainea, live
W. R. Jaquee to Pullman State
Bank, liivestook, implements, 61000.
C. S. and G. T. Yarner to Hiram
O. Foot, livestock, 875.
A. B. Eliot to J. P. Xeiertz, stock
of tools, $400.
Jaa. McClellan to First National
Bank of Maiden, stock of blacksmith
tools, etc., 6420.
Geo. W. Presnell to J. H. Burns,
C. C. Cole to Jno. Terhune, live
stock, 2-3 crop on pt 18-18-42, 8330.
B. G. Trull et al to Jno. Terhune,
livestock, crop on pt wh 10-18-%0,
E S. Swift to J. I. Case Threshing
Machine Co., machinery, 81625.
Luther Wise to W. B. Wise, live
stock, implements, 2-3 crop on sec
tions 12, 13 in 15 39, $2428.
R. I. Haynes to Jane A. Case, live
stock, buggy, 6105.
J. P. Crawford to R. I. Haynes,
livestock, plow, 6750.
Ben F. Ellis to National Bank of
Oakesdale, livestock, machinery, im
plements, 2-3 crop ou neq 34-19-44,
wh seq, pt nwq 27-19-44, $2160.
J. C. Flock to B. Westerdyke, live
C. W. Baesett to Albion State Bank,
livestock, machinery, 2-3 crop ou wh
3, sh seq, nh neq 3-15-45, 61350.
C. S. Ohler to F. L. Duncan, live
Claude A. James et al to Winoua
Trading Co., livestcok, 6300.
Dell Harper to J. H. Jenssen, live
Bartley G. Davis to Fred Sohreiber,
P F. E. Miller to Huutley Merc. Co.,
2 3 crop on pt swq, swq nwq 18-18
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J. P. Crawford to Louise Maurer,
2-3 crop on pt 16-16-13, £200.
J. W. Barnes to Mrs. Bertha V.
Thraeher, livestock, 8250.
J. U. Slick et al to Samuel M.
MeCroskey, real mtg.
C. Dameyer, trustee to Palouse Ir
rlpation & Power Co., real mtg.
Netherlands American Mtg. Bank
to Palouse Irrigation »fe Power Co.,
two real mtgs.
John Terhune to M. Wallace Lind
ley, real mtg.
C. B. Henderson to Richard Cooper,
C. B. Henderson to C. B. Ennis,
Ellen E. ilarwood to S. A. John
Hannah M. Cummins to W. G.
Robinson Bros, to J. H. Burns,
W. S Imbler to H. S. Hull, two
W. J. Tharp to W. B. Wise, chat.
Ben Alsup to C. F. Wise, chat.
Jno. A. Anderson, admr., to A. D.
O'Keliey, two chats.
B. F. Grabam to Roby A. Cook,
chat; to W. G. Dodson, chat.
VV..W. Loomis to J. H. Burns,
Gilbert Hunt Co. to J. M. Rich
Pullman State Bank to W. R. Ja
ques, two chats.
Jno. Elhvart to B. G. Trull, cbat.
J. J. Peden to Henry E. Johnson
et el, partial release of chat.
Potlatch JLuajber Co. to Oasl -^d
Clarke & tiaton Co. to S. H. Per
kins, conditional bill of sale.
Arthur J. Lr/gsdon to R. F. Car
J. F. Green & Co. to Lester Neif,
Commercial State Bank to Jno. A.
Clarke & Eaton Co. to Fred
Kemington Typewriter Co. to
Harry S. Taylor, conditional bill of
First National Bank of Pullman to
Clark Hall, chat.
Gilbert Hunt Co. to J. M. Bodine,
E. A. Witte to J. P. Krous, chat.
E. A. Witte to G. \V. Billingaley,
Palouse State Bank to W. M. Lane
et al, real mtg.
Barbary C. Sanders to Mary J.
Miller, real mtg.
G. W. Walker to A. A. Marden
and wife, real mtg.
Wm. H. Tribbet to S. James, real
Hattie E. Spawr to Vern Hatley
et al, chat.
T. H. Shobe to W. L. Brown et al,
A. M. Phillips to J. E. Kincaid,
J. I. Case Threshing Mob. Co. to
Tbos. J. Sills, chat.
A. H. Avenll Mchy. Co. to T. J.
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jffa. Inland Merchants' Association
AMjv.J| MOSCOW, IDAHO
ir!lssP*a^ *>" Property statements on any individual in Latah
V> tffci\ *$ or Whitman counties. Publishers of reference book
Q/rTU&r of credit ratings, with monthly revisions.
* General collections everywhere.
Established 1902. Office, Postoffice Block
L. Strobel, the auctioneer, has recovered and is now in
better condition than ever and is now ready to make sale
dates for the present or future. Follow my advice as to ar
ranging your property for sale and your sale will never be a
failure. lam not running for office, just an auctioneer, that's
all, and I devote all my time to your interest. My terms are
reasonable, my price is right. Yours for business,
Ttf^jr bYfc FACE /
This ie our new No. 8 mill, the most complete and up to-date mill on the
market. Call and Bee it or send for catalog. CARLET 8R03., Colfax.
J. I. Case Threshing Mch. Co. to
Fred Senoeff, chat.
Marion Freeman to G. E. Laird,
Cbas. E. Scrlber to Colby Harper,
partial real mtg.
Jacob Klmm to Milford H. Klmm,
A. Kroll to Adolph Tide. chat.
Oecar Shear to O. B. Johnson, chat.
Pullman State Bank to Bert West,
Bills of Sale
Ivan Chase to Bramwell 8r09., Col
fax Gazette bnsiuees, 81.
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT.
M Elizabeth Clark ye George Clark—
Decree of divorce granted plaintiff
Joseph Volimer ye H Mihlke— Plaintiff's
Carl Brand et al vs Palouee Land Co
eta!— Decree quieting title in plaintiffs to
Sophrona Rutherford vs Joseph W
Rutherford—Decree of divorce granted
plaintiff, with $10 per month support
for minor child.
A W Witherspoon vs Palouse State
Bank—Resignation of C W Waters as
receiver accepted, supplemental account
approved, and order appointing George
C Jewett receiver, with bond fixed at
Assignment of Chekal Printing Co-
Order directing assignee to pay claims
J F Swam vs V S Sweet—Caße dis
J J Miller vs M Leaner—Money due,
William M Irwin va W S Wallace-
Action to recover commission.
Eclipse Paint & Mfg Co vs George Sin
clair —Money due on account.
Whitman Imp Co va W J Tharp et ux
—Money due on non performance of con
Guardianship ol Ollin Marden—Decree
Estate of Henry Sehlebuber—Decree of
settlement and distribution.
Estate of Barbara E McAHster—Order
approving appraisement at $10,615 and
Estate of Emma D Boardman—J 15
Bolt, E P Arm* and W M Ellsworth ap
Estate of Frank Rider—Order to sell
Eattite of Christopher C Durham—Will
admitted to probate and ltonanna Dur
ham confirmed as executrix, without
Estate of Albert Schultz—Albert C
Schultz appointed administrator with
bond fixed at John Ziring. John
Snyder and Frank Benner appointed ap
Estate of S P Lawrence—Petition of
heirs for distribufivp share* denied.
Our desire is ro please. Prices right.
Quality right. Style right. Too will be
waired upon right, with pleasure. Mrs.
E. E Moore.
Use Ruedy's vinegar.
I Whitman Realty Go |
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Statement of Condition of
Colfax National Bank
In response to call of Comptroller Sept. 1, 1910
•iThis 1 aik has the largest capital and surplus of any hank in tho Pa
louse country. is conservatively managed by a board of directors
composed of men of ripe experience in the banking business, who meet
every week to discuss its affairs. officers give careful and pains
taking attention to all business entrusted to them. "lYour attention
is respectfully called to the advantages of an account with this safe,
strong, up to-date bank, and your business is solicited.
Loans and discounts and overdrafts §1,050,462 71
United States bonds 200,000 00
Stocks, bonds and securities 5,47.1 65
Furniture and fixtures .... 4.700 00
Real estate 2,940 65
Due from banks $108,866 23
Due from United States treasurer. 10,000 00
Cash in vaults 65,554 16 184,420 39
Capital stock $ 200,000 00
Surplus and profits 63,385 49
National bank notes 200,000 00
Deposits 984.613 9i
Alfred Coolidge - President Thas. E. Sc.riber Cashier
A. F. McClaine •- - . Vice President D. C. Woodward - - - Assistant Cashier
Alfred Coolidpe, A. F. McClaine, Senator I cvi Ankeny, Julius Lipnitt E.lward Johrmnn
R. L. McCroskey, Chas. Johnson, r. L. Ettfnjrer, C. L. Ma< Kenzie "uuouu»
Wm. Codd, Chas. E. Scriber.
Hardware Lawn Mowers American
Tinware Garden Hose Field Fence
tools For the Farmer, Gardener, Carpenter, tools
tools Blacksmith, Householder and Handy tools
tools Man. All wants can be supplied from tools
tools our big stock. tools
SIMON DREIFUS & CO.
Corner Main and Wall Streets Colfax, Wash.
crescent $I*^o Per Sack CRtsCENT
1 Red Crescent—Family Flour I
Second only to our J\,O V AJL JiOSlli
Nothing Cheap About It Except the Price.
Is Fully Guaranteed. Ask Your Dealer.
RED I Colfax Milling Co. RED
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