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Red C Pippin—(i W Lowry Ist, P R
Swarr—C M Chamberlain let.
!lanH— Wm Richardson let, S Nelson
Mclntosh—Ed Haroole let.
Bietigheimer—J B Smith let.
Northern Spj— J M Henderson let, F
W Hoffman 2d.
Whitman—l V Moller let, F N English
Yellow N Pip-I V Moller let, Willie
Best 5 plates winter applee—l W
Largest apples—W L Bishop Ist, T
W Walters 2d.
Blue Pearmain—P Manard Ist, T W
Baldwin—P Manard let, G W Lowry
Beet packed box applee—Burrell Inv
Arkansas Black—Burre! Inv Co Ist, P
R Lair 2d.
Beet display crab applee—Mrs W J
Beet plate of winter applee—R L Ken
Jeffriee—Mrs N N Carroll let, W S
Early T Parent—N N Carroll let, R X
Roxberry Rneeet—R L Kennedy let.
Golden Rueeet—K L Kennedy let.
White W Pearmain—R LKennedy let,
Mre Dreger 2d.
Ben Davis—Mrs Ferguson let, Burrell
Inv Co 2d.
Hideskeeper—G W Lowry let.
Snow—P R Maurer let, A J Day 2d.
Black Ben Davie—Mre Ferguson let,
S W Crumbaker 2d.
Rambo—J H Cave 2d.
Fall Pippin—J H Cave 2d.
Maiden Blush—E A Hodge 2d.
Golden Egg—J H Cave let.
Poteet—J H Cave let.
Bradehaw—Ed H&rpole let.
Greengage—Ed Harpole let, N N Car
Blue Damson—N N Carroll let, F W
Hungarian—Walt Hoffman Ist, B F
Sugar—X X Smith 2d.
Silver— B F Newman Ist, Ed Harpole
Golden Egg—Ed Harpole 2d.
German—N N Carroll let.
Italian—Walt Hoffman Ist, J H Cave
Vicar of Wakefield—N Nelson let.
Waehington—N Nelson let.
Bartlett-O M Miller let. G W Lowry
Anjou—S W Crumbaker let.
Seedling—N N Carroll let.
Flemieh Beauty—N N Carroll let, F
W Hoffman 2d.
Fall Butter—R L Kennedy Ist.
Winter Nell—Smith £ Armstrong Ist,
F W Hoffman 2d.
Nuts—Almonds—D S Jenkins Ist.
Grapes—Tokay—Chung Ist. Sweet
Wonderful—Q E Lee 2d.
Late Alberta—J J Miller lßt.
Late Crawford—J J Miller Ist.
Late October—R X Smith Ist.
Malta—H M Miller Ist.
Wonderful—H S Smith Ist.
Salway—S M Smith Ist, H S Smith 2d.
Late Crawford—Chung 2d.
Siberian Crab—J C Farr, 2d.
J. L. Strevy, assisted by Robert K.
Squibb, had charge of the large and
magnificent display of fruits.
P L Sain, owner—Bosr, one year old, Ist
premium and sweepstakes; aged sow, Ist and
sweepstakes; sow, one year old, Ist; sow, one
year old, 2d: boar, under one year, Ist;
bow, six months and under, 23.
E D Eldredge, owner—Aged aow, Ist; boar,
1 year old, Ist; boar, six months old, let; boar,
six months old, 2d.
R Richardson, owner—Ram, two years old,
lut premium; ewe, two years old, Ist; pair
ewe lambs, let.
Division Q-- Plants.
Best exhibit of potted plants by one person
—J H Bain ton Ist priza.
Best asparagus plumosus—Mrs E X Hanna
Asparagus sprengen—Mrs E X Hanna Ist.
Geranium—Mrs Amos Gerber Ist.
Vinca—Mrs W H Melrose Ist.
Rex begonia—Mrs W H Melrose Ist.
Fuschia—Mrs W H Melrose Ist.
Aspidestra—J H Bainton Ist.
Christmas cactus—J H Bainton Ist.
Colons—Mrs W H Melrose Ist.
Boston Fern—J H Bainton Ist.
Multifloruni begonia—Mrs W H Melrose Ist.
Bay tree—Mrs W Denker Ist.
Kochia—Mjs E X Hanna Ist.
Division R--Cut Flowers.
Bouquet roses—Mrs B Burgunder Ist prize;
Mrs G W Larue 2d.
Bouquet asters —Mrs G W Larue Ist; Mrs
B Bnrgunder 2d.
Bouquet dahlias—Mrs B Burgunder Ist,
Bouquet geranium* —Mrs B Burgunder l*t,
Mrs W H Melroae 2d.
Bouquet mixei tt >wers—Mrs B Burgun'er
Ist, Mrs G W Larue 2!.
Bouquet sweet peas—V T McCVoskey Ist,
Mrs W R Neil 2d.
Bouquet named roees, eit?ht or more varie
ties—Mrs W H Melrose Ist.
For children under 15 years of ape:
Lucile Lame—Premium one bottle perfume,
value §'2.50. donated by Hamilton Drug Co.
Mrs. J. C. Wicks was superintendent of the
Grain and Vegetables.
A N Snider Ist premium on white beans,
Ist on red onions.
G W Smith Ist on yellow dent corn.
V E Smith Ist on pop corn,
Ed Kelso Ist on 128 hybrid wheat.
W Richardson Ist on pweet corn, 2d on
largest cabbage, 2d best cabbage.
Martin Harter 2d on R Russian wheat.
P R Lair 2d and special on Jones Fife wheat,
Ist on farm produce, exhibit.
Jones Bros Ist on Turkey Red wheat.
John Carroll Ist on Bluestem wheat.
J M Martin 2d on Bluestem, Ist on Rural
New Yorker potatoes.
W P Lawrence Ist and special on oats.
Charles Weber 2d and special on Illinois
Club wheat, 2d and special on Lin. oats.
E D Eldredge 2d on yellow dent corn.
E L Gossett 2d on white corn and 2d largest
Walter Hoffman 2d on white beans, 2d on
pop corn, Ist on Fortyfold wheat, 2d and
special on Littl^plub, 2d on feed oats, Ist on
J Schweiger Ist on white corn.
Guiliford Miller Ist on Jones Fife, Ist on
Hybrid No. 63 and 2d on Eureka potatoes.
W S Mood Ist on X X wheat.
August Barter Ist on oats feed, Ist on Gold
Coin potatoes, Ist on Early Rose potatoes, Ist
on SnowfUke potatoes.
E S Pearson let on Yellow Danver onions,
Ist on sugar beets, 2d on carrots.
H W Howard Ist on Tobe squash.
Bennie Mohr 2d on Early Rose potatoes,
Ist on Burbanks, 2d on Rural New Yorker
R X Smith Ist on largest turnip.
C W Richardson, 2d on Yellow Danver
onions, Ist on Red Weatherfield onions.
Soo Gay Ist on vegetable and fruit exhibit,
M T Johnson, Ist on largest squash.
August Seller, let on vegetable and root
exhibit, not irrigated.
Ben Manchester, Ist on best pumpkins.
F W Hoffman, 2d on Hubbard squash.
C M Miller, Ist on largest cabbage, 2d on
cucumbers, 2d on largest watermelon, Ist on
J G Elliott, Ist on carrots, Ist on largest
carrot, Ist on best table beets.
H M Miller, Ist on best tomatoes not
D M Davis, Ist on Australian Brown onions.
N Nelson, Ist on best cabbage.
Mrs J A West, 2d on largest turnip, Ist on
F W Ells, 2d on best pumpkin, 2d on best
J A Ells, Ist on best table carrots.
J W Richards, 2d on best tomatoes, irri
gated, Ist on salsify.
G E Lee, Ist on tomatoes, irrigated, Ist on
J. C. Farr had charge of the vegetable and
Apron, Ada Doolittle, Ist premium.
Handkerchief, Mrs R Reid Ist
Pieced quilt, Mrs R X Smith Ist.
Crazy quilt, Mrs L M Sheffer Ist.
Hand made waist, Mrs Steele Ist.
Hand made child's dress, Mrs Steele Ist.
Duchess collar, Mrs J L Strevy Ist.
Display of handwork, Ada Doolittle Ist.
Embroidered dress, Mrs W A Nelson Ist.
Embroidered shirt waist, Mrs G A Chap
Embroidered corset cover, Mrs T Steele Ist.
Braided waist, Mrs Ivan Chase Ist.
Best made child's dress, Mrs W A Nelson
Embroidered pillow cases, Ada Doolittle Ist.
Sofa cushion (linen), Mrs A VonSoehnen Ist.
Silk embroidered cushion, Mrs G A Hodge
Fancy pin cushion. Mrs G A Chapman Ist.
Point lace, Mrs W A Nelson let.
Battenberg, Mr 3 M Leyde list.
Knitted lace, Mrs Beering Ist.
Crocheted lace, Mrs A VonSoehnen Ist.
Tatting, Mrs E D Eldredge Ist.
Shadow embroidery, Ada Doolittle Ist.
Eyelet embroidery, Mrs W A Nelson Ist.
French embroidery, Mrs Matt Johnson Ist,
Hardanger, Mrs M Leyde Ist.
Lunch cloth, Mra R E Long Ist.
Six embroidered doilie3, Mrs M Leyde Ist.
Centerpiece, Imo Berry Ist.
Drawn work, Alice Matlock Ist.
Crocheted jacket, Mrs R H Duff Ist.
Baby bonnet, Mrs H H Peten-on Ist.
Crocheted shawl, Mrs R H Duff Ist.
Special knitting, Mrs Deering Ist.
LADIES 55 YEARS AND OVER,
Knitted centerpiece, Mrs Deering Ist.
Hand sewing, Mrs L T Bragg Ist.
Patched quilt, Mrs E B Orcutt Ist, Mrs
Knitted stockings, Mrs M Seiler Ist, Mrs
Knitted mittens-, Mrs Deering let.
Best special fancy work, Mrs Spence Ist.
Oil painting, fruits, Mrs Bentley Ist.
Oil painring, landscape, Mrs S Manning Ist.
Oil painting, aisimals, Oak Butcher Ist.
Marine painting. Mrs S Manning Ist.
Water color, portrait, Mrs J 0 Wicks Ist
Water color, fruits, Winnie Orcutt Ist.
Water color, flowers, Mrs J C Wicks Ist.
Water color, marine, Hilda Bainton Ist.
Water color, landscape, Winnie Orcutt Ist.
Hand painted toilet set, Ms S Manning Ist.
Hand painted vase, Mrs S Manning Ist.
Cake plate, Jennie Van Loon Ist.
Hammered brass, Bertha Hutchison Ist,
Specimen modeling, Roland Bainton Ist.
Pyrography box, Mrs G A Hodse Ist.
Large tabouret, Mrs G A Hodge Ist.
Small tabouret, Maude Bentley Is ,
Pyrography plaqu», Mrs R H Duff Ist.
Pyrography bowl, Mra E A Hutchison Ist.
Canvaa centerpiece, Mrs R H Duff Ist.
Pyrography sofa pillow, Mrs R H Duff Ist.
Amateur photos, Mrs Aurilla Miner Ist.
Plaster cast, Roland Bainton Ist.
Stenceling, Mrs E A Hutchison Ist.
COLFAX GAZETTE, COLFAX, WASHINGTON, OCTOBER 7, 1910.
Pyrography basket, Mtb Q A H<>dsre Ist.
Raffia b»sket, Mrs J M Baker Ist.
CHILDREN 16 TEAKS AND DXDXB.
Water color, fiuit, Esther Kne.-il Ist, Louise
Water color, flowers, Louise Lippitt Ist,
Hilda Bainton 2d.
Water color, landscape, Hilda Baiuton Ist,
Eula Barker 2d.
Pencil drawing, Iva Hutchison Ist
Pyrcgraphy box, Pleasant Martin Ist,
Louise Lippitt 2d.
Pyrograpby p!aque, Pleasant Martin Ist.
Pyrography tabouret. Pleasant Martin Ist.
Joined work (wagon), George Codd Ist.
children's fanct work—l 6 tears and r.vnER
Shadow embroidery—Gladys Brown Ist.
French embroidery. Lulu Davis Ist.
Pillow cases. Katherine Hargrave Ist
Sofa cushion, Gladys Brown Ist, Irene Kin
Special hemstitching, Eul» Barker Ist.
Hemmed napkin, Lulu D*vis Ist.
French embroidery, Katherine Hargrave 2d.
CHILDREN'S FANCT WOBK —12 TEARS AND UNDER
Best dressed doll, A MoQuary Ist, Marie
Outing, Bessie Harpole Ist, Marie Phillips 2d.
Hemstitching, Ruth Chapman Ist, Maiie
Buttonholes, A McQuary Ist, Marie Phil
Hemmed napkins, Marie Phillips Ist.
Darning, Marie Phillips Ist.
Mending, Marie Phillips Ist, A Mc^uary 2d
"HOME AGAIN!" AMERICAN TOURISTS ARE ON THEIR WAY
i —' £_
AN INTERESTING ANNOUNCEMENT
Dr. Darrin, the Well Known
Specialist, to Make Colfax a
Few Weeks' Visit.
He Comes as a Messenger of
Hope to the Sick and
Will Arrive Nov. 1, and Remain
Till Nov. 15, at Hotel Colfax.
While adverse to drawing the atten
tion of our readers to any advertisement
which partakes of a medical character
we feel more than justified in over riding
this objection with respect to the an
nouncement in this ippue of the coming
visit of Dr. Darrin to Colfax.
This far-famed physician, who has
achieved such a great reputation
throughout the coast and the north
west will aoon favor Colfax with a visit
for the accommodation of those requir
ing the services of a specialist—Dr. Dar
rin will arrive Tuesday, November Ist,
and will remain until the loth. His
headquarters will be at the Hotel Colfax
where he will give free consultation to
He comes laden with testimonials from
throughout the whole northwest and the
authentic reports of some of bis cures
seem nothing short of miracles. So
many thousands are already acquainted
with his mode of treatment it seems nee
essary only to Bay that he perfects his
cures by his skilled mastery of disease.
His specialties embrace every chronic
disease to which the flesh is heir. There
is no pain or suffering that he cannot
relieve, and in altno6t every instance,
cure. Sufferers from any ailment, wheth
er a disease, deformity or abnormality,
should not fail to have hi! free critical
opinion of their condition. He tells
whether they can be cured, how long it
will take and what it will cost.
A WORD TO THE WISE.
When considering where to insure your
That the Northwestern Mutual Fire As
sociation of Seattle nun reduced the cost
of insurance to the farmer almost one
That every loss enßtniriMJ has been
paid io cash fcirhout discount within 24
hours after adjustment
That it has eliminated the exorbitant
short rate charge.
That you pay nothing until the grain
is ripe enough to burn, no matter how
early you insure.
That all policies cover until December
31st, unless grain is sold and insurance
That upon sale of grain you surrender
policy and receive equitable rebate.
That all policies "re non-assessable.
"Had dysj epsia or indigestion for
years. No appetite, aud wlmt I did eat
distressed me terribly. Burdock Blood
Bitters cured me."—J H. Walker, Sun
Don't let the baby miff -r from eczema,
sores or any i'ehing of fhp skin. Doan's
Ointment jmes instant relief, cures quick
ly. Perfectly safe for children. All
druggists sell it
Constipation causes headache, nausea,
dizziness, languor, heart palpitation.
Drastic physics gripe, nick^n, weaken the
bowels and don't cure. Doan's Regulets
act gently and cure constipation. 25
cents. Ask your drusreint
Shirkey & Glaaer, graduate opticians.
BACK FROM EUROPE.
—Wilder in Chicago Record-Herald.
Consultation is free, for should there
be anj caeec that are incurable he will
immediately discover them and thus save
his patients any further expenditure of
time and money, which they might
A Generous Offer.
Dr. Darrin makes a liberal offer of
treating the worthy poor free of charge
between the hours of 10 and 11 a. m.
daily, in accordance with bis time-hon
Unlike other physicians who have be
come eminent in their profession, the
doctor's charges are extremely moderate
and reasonable, according to circum
stances and ability to pay, and he will
not undertake any cases that he cannot
cure or benefit.
Dr. Darrin has an enviable record in
his profession as a wonderfully successful
physician. He is essentially original in
his methods of practice, and those who
have been under his treatment are sur
prised at the newness and novelty of bif»
system of practice by electricity. His
honest and straightforward advice be
fore taking a case has won for him the
confidence of his patients as well as the
general public. The doctor is a gentle
man of genial social nature, and his pri
vate practice is marked by the forma
tion of a personal friendship with those
with whom he comes in professional con
tact. He is without doubt one of the
most thoroughly qualified physicians
now before the public.
A.COOLIDGE LLMOONBR H. G.DkPLEDGE LLIS LAIRI.
Present Vice President Cuhier Awt. Cashier
First Savings and Trust
of Whitman County wa-..:
Capital $50,000 Surplus $15,000 Resources f 400,000
Depository of the city of Colfax and Whitman
We pay 4 per cent interest, compounded sem
annually, on savings accounts.
We have paid $42,1v7.62 interest on savings ac
counts during the past five years.
We solicit the accounts of firms, corporations and
individuals. No account is too small to be appre
ciated, and nore too large to be well handled.
We rent safety deposit boxes in our fire and
burglar proof vault at $2.00 and up, per annum.
If you have money to invest, see us.
If you wish to borrow, call on us.
If you will leave your money with us, we will do
the best for you.
I will sell at public sale at my place 9 miles southwest of Colfax and 3
miles northwest of Wilcox, on
THURSDAY, OOT. 13,
the property described as follows:
1 epan geldings 8 years old, weight 1400; 1 span mares 8 years old,
weight 1350; 2 3 year-old fillies, well broke, weight 1300; 2 2 year old
geldings, weight 1150; 2 yearling colts; 2 saddle horßes; 2 horses, weight
1350; 3 cowh; 3 seta work harness; 13% Bain with rack; 1 top buggy; 1
mowing machine; 114 inch Dutchman gang plow; 1 3 section harrow; 1
7-foot Deering binder; 1 blacksmith outfit; all my household goods and
furniture and other articles too numerous to mention.
TERMS OF SALE—AII euraa of $20 and under, caeh. On earns over $20
time will be given until October, 1911, en sotes with approved security
bearing 10 per cent after January 1, 1911.
Sale begins at 10 a. in.
L. STROBEL, Auctioneer.
I will sell at public sale at my place known as the old James McConnell
ranch, 3 miles north of Diamond, and 1 mile from Torrance bridge on
OCT. 14, '
the property herein described:
LIVESTOCK-l span marps 5 and 9 yeara old, weight 1500- 1 ff r*v
mare 12 years old, weight 1200; 1 bay mare 10 years old, weight 1300 1
brown mare 13 yearn old, weight 1000; 1 brown horge 4 year H old wli^ht
1150; 1 b«y horse 12 year* old, weight 1250; 1 bay horsTTo vearanlH
weight 1250; 1 black mare 9 years old, weight 1350 1 black mare 10
years old, weight 1300 pounds; 1 black mare 5 years old, wefght ?400- 1
sorrel mare 3 2 years old, weight 1250; 1 gray horse 8 v^r. n/ • v
1200; 1 black horse 5 years Sid, wei K ht if 0? 1 soln so^re, hor^ S^fiS
9 years old, weight 2700; 9 K ood suckling colts; 5 good one veTr old r 2
2 year-olds, black and bay, weight 1100; 1 stallion 2 years old color iron
gray, weight 1300. This horse is % Percheron and \ E Q gH«h Shire
FARM MACHINERY-1 BJ< B^in wagon and rack; 1 4-section sieel har
row; 1 sinele disc Van Brunt drill good as new; 1 U inch md£ nfow
TERMS OF SALE-All sums of $20 and under cash On «n a '
$20 time will be given until October 1.1911, on no?es of annrnZT °V"
ity, without interest if paid when due, if not'paid when dae?^S^J wWlta
charged from date. Five per cent discount for cash. ""ereec win be
Sale begins at 10 o'clock sharp. Free lunch served
W. F. Willson
L. STROBEL, Auctioneer.
We will sell at public auction at the P. M. Sheahan nl»™ «,f tv
Washington, on TUESDAY. OCT. 18. the lolloJinfiJ^Sj*™™**.
HORSES-4 registered French draft mares-1 gray m a , o m~.« „
weight 1850; 1 gray mar*, "Nell." No. 17297. weight 1850™ 1 hi o ? Ifd ' Na 17296 '
No. 17313, weight 1900; 1 black mare. "Maud." No 17321 iJX? k,<S? re'm' iDaill*'f
"Maud" has R month, old cold by Bide Above mares are bT B( ?f 19°°i. The mar^
Stallion; 2 grade mares, weight 1000 and 1700; 1 sorrel marl ? v French Draf*
gelding, weight 1400; 1 brown K el.linß. weight 1450- b£ eight 1400 ' * *ra*
brown gelding, weight 1150; 1 span gray geldings wetehtxum ? gi we '*ht UM; 1
inge weight WCD; 1 bay filly, weigh! l&ff; 1 saddllpSy wdLht .ST, *£"* Keld"
weight 14CD; 1 span drivers, well matched, weight 2400 Ight 900 J 1 bay hone,
FARM IMPLEMENTS-1 3£ truck wagon and rack- It.; v v .
with box; 1 mower and rake; 1 hack; 9 set good work wL hls h wheel w »B°n
gang plows; 1 harrow; 110-inch new walking plow lifi in k Baddle; 2 14-inch
3i inch Bain wagon with rack; 1 3-inch Moline wagon with r^ T al,kinsr ?low; 1
disc Superior drill; 1 8-foot double disc Cutaway weaZr !»' X 10-foot double
range good as new, and other articles too numerous tomentin c Comfort steel
TERMS OF SALE-All auras of $20 and under e «h* r, ..
$20 time will be given until October 1, 1911 on nntl t all Bamß °^r
ity bearini? interest at the rate of 8 percent' FivPrw! aPP«"oved Becar
- B b,eoo"°rde.tadporchogeß,eoo"°rde.tad porchogeß OI graded Btock- S^M ««-> SEtSSBLS!
Free lunch at no» n . Bale beg , n9 M , ft
P. M. Sheahan & F. R. Warnock
Ownpre of above property
L. STROBEL. Auctioneer
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