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FROM COUNTY'S BOOKS
List of Instruments Filed for
Record in a Week.
1). L. Taylor and wife to Frank R.
Freeman, neq 13-16-43, 110,400.
Frauk R. Freeman and wife to A.
C. Palmer, swq 19-lf. 43, $10,400.
Liddie C. Lyon and huaiiand to
Richard Luwery au<l wife, pt nb seq
Martin Pratt to Emma J. Yeakey,
blk 7, west of D tttroet, Breeding's
add, Palooae, $10.
llonry VV. Mauk et al to Daisy T.
Boabey, lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, blk 22,
Jesse Barnes to Lura Barne.s, pt lot
2 of 6-16-46, $1400.
County treasurer to EL J. Arm
rtroog, lot 11, hlk 3, Emily Hull's
■dd, Colfax, $3.
Sylvia Bnslej (Joldiug et al to Cieo.
Darling, seq 6-14-48, 13360.
Thoe. Moftitt and wife to Fred
Strong et al, lot 2, blk 1, McCros
key'sSrd add, Garfield, $1.
Wm. C. Wright and wife to Juo.
Hall and wife, los 5, 0, blk 5, Fowl
er's add, Diamond, $350.
Carrie If. Rising and husband to
Jno. Frei, pt lots 21, 22, 23, 24, blk
12, Oakesdale, 61.
Mary J. Phillips and husband to I.
X Luce, pt \vh nwq 14-15-44, $5750.
Royal P. Jarvis and wife to Jose
phine B. Thomson, lot 4, blk 8,
Reauey's add, Pullman, $2100.
A. P. Johnson and wife to R. T.
Tbyon et al, lot 7, eh lot 6, blk 14,
A. I). Wexler and wife to Board of
Trustees ot the Church of United
Bretheru, lots 1, 2, blk 12, Syndicate
add, Guy, $125.
Jas. M. Atkins to Fred J. Hedtf
leu et ux, Bwq, except, 13-14-44,
tract in seq 14-14-44, 19000.
J. Al. Atkins to O. I Hittle, pt
swq 13-14-44. ptseq 14-14-44, $7400.
T. B. Springmeyer to Margaret
Springmeyer, pt lot 10, blk 11,
Fitch's add, Palonee, $10.
Frank C. Reed et ux to A. 1).
Blevina, pt 27-19-44, $4020.
Moretz Petoraen to Friederike Pe
teraen, lot 30, pt lot 31, blk 14, Ro
-BHlia, 6 .",000.
Kail way Land & Improvement Co.
ot Chaa. (). Wilson, lots 1, 2, 3, 4,
blk 14, Kesurvey of Steptoe, $110.
Chas. (). Wilson et. ux to Evena
Lunbert, lot 4, blk 49, iota 11, 12,
13, 14, blk 19, resurvey of Steptoe,
Railway Laud it Improvement Co.
to Cbaa. (). Wilson, lots 10. 11, blk
46, lots 11, 12, 13, 14, blk 19, lot
4, blk 49, resurvey of Steptoe, 8200.
Frauk Willoughby, adrar., to Sam
uel Ailor, lots 1, 14, blk 11, John
Mile Fry et ux to Benj. Aleup, lots
!>, 10, blk 3, Avenue add, Colfax,
CJeo. VV. Thompson et al to Alex
ander 11. Lynch, nh seq 3516-44, $1.
Alexander JI. Lynch et ux to Geo.
If. Miller, wh nwq 36-16-44, neq 35
--16-44, uh eeq 35-16-44, 816,000.
M. Lenner et ux to J. J. Miller,
laml covered by lease, 81.
C. B. Averill et al to Wm. M. Ken
nedy, lots 1, 2, 3, 4, eh nwq 29-16
E. M. Morris to Fred H. Ankcorn,
pt lot 1, blk 2, Fitch's add, Palouse,
Carey Investment Co. to Juo.
Kamm, pt 19-17-46, pt 1317-45, pt
M. Rush Bennett and wife to Char
ley Helnier, lots 1, 2, blk 1, Rohl
eder's add, Sunset, 6300.
Miwaukee Land Co. to L. R. Dil
linKham, lot 8, blk 51, Maiden, 8200.
L. R. Dillin^ham and wife to Osoar
B. Moody and wife, lot 8, blk 51,
Prebton B. Morris and wife to H.
H. Curtis, lots 8, 9, 10, blk 25, Mo-
Keuzie's add, Pullman, $800.
H. T. Coleman et ux to Coleman
Cemetery Ase'n., tract in 26-16-45,
F. A. Waggoner et ux to Fred S.
Ashley, lot 2, blk 6, Shobe's 2nd
add, LaCrosse, $L
Blanche V. Clark and husband to
Fred S. Ashley, lots 3, 4, blk 6,
Shobe;s 2nd avid, LaCrosse, $1.
Geo. T. Huffman and wife to J. H.
Dederick, lot 3, blk 2, Geo. T. Huff
man's 2ud add, Tekoa, $100.
Kosella Downs et al to Lillie May
Parviu, pt 22-IG-44, 11.
Peter Protf et ux to Temple A.
Turnley, lots 3, 4, 5, 6, blk 4,
Protf's 2nd add, Rosalia, $410.
J. O. Lawrence and wife to C. E.
Averill, tract in 4-17-44, $1000. g
Milwaukee Land Co. to M. C. Mor
row, lot 12, blk 22, Maiden, $150.
A. C. Pulmer and wife to First
Savings <& Trust Bank of SVhitman
county, swq 19-10-43, $4000.
(). F. J. Deysenroth and wife to
First Savings & Trust Bank of Whit
man county, lot 5, Zell M. Bee be's
add, Colfax, $500.
A. O. Palmer and wife to Marion
Freemau, swq 19-16-43, $1500.
COLFAX GAZETTE, COLFAX, WASHINGTON, OCTOBER 14, 1910.
Margaret A. Miller and husband to
Chan. Wood, lots 16, 17, 18, pt lot
19. blk 2, Rosalia, $400.
Foy W. Sinclair and wife to Inter
national Mortgage Bank, ah nwq 29
Frank W. Tempero and wife to
Charlotte A. Mansfield, neq 7-16-45,
E. F. Maurer and wife to H. S.
Mllner, nwq 16-20-45. $5000.
J. H. (Jainea to A. L. Hill, swq
neq, seq nwq, nwq aeq, ueq awq 19
L B.Jstivers and wife to Pullaan
Savings it Loan Asa'u., lots 1, 2, 15,
16, blk 12, (Jarden City add, Pull
Oliver R. Thompson et ux to H.
W. Thompson, lot 8, blk 8, Reaney'ts
2nd add, Pullman, SI 10.
O. I. Hlttle et ux to J. M. Atkins,
pt Hwq 13-14-44, pt seq 14-14-44,
A. D. Blevina et ux to Ed Roberts,
pt 27-19-44, lots 4, 5, blk 34, Oakes
A. D. Blevine et ux to F. A. Da
vis, pt 27 19-44, lota 4, 5, blk 34,
Fred J. lled^len et ux to Jas. M.
Atkins, swq 13-14 44, except, pt seq
S. F. llilliard et ux to M. G. De
bord, sh uwq, nh swq 24-13-44,
Asa A. White et ux to Milton G.
Debord et al, eh neq 10, nwq 11-13
Walter 11. Witt et ux to Jno. Hart,
lot 0, blk 1, Myrick's add, Colfax,
Geo. M. Miller et ux to Alexander
11. Lynch, wh nwq 30-10 44. neq 35
--10-44, nh seq 35-10-44, $8000.
Temple A. Turnley et ux to Whit
man County National Bank, lota 3,
4, 5, 0, blk 4, Profi's 2nd add, Ro
Geo. W. Manring et ux to L Stock
man, lot 8, blk 44, Holbrook's add,
Wallace Doty et ux to Emma E.
Thayer, lot 18, Squires & Gaddis'
subdivision of lots 4, 5, 0, 7, blk 2,
Lawrence & Holbrook's add, Pull
G. E. Laird to Marion Freeman,
W. M. Allen et al to G. W. Crock
er, 22 tons hay, livestock, $000.
EL R. Robinson to J. W. Bailor,
livestock, implements, 2-3 (Top on
seq 15-19-44, $886.
Roy Allen to Geo. D. Potter, live
Roy Allen to Clarke & Eaton Co.,
Burt Jones to Jno. Terhune, live
stock, implements, 2-3 crop on 27-18
Hal Palmer to Juo. Terhune, live
stock, 2-3 crop ou seq 20-18-42,
W. W. Case to Jno. Terhune, live
stock, crop on swq 29-19-41, $440.
Edw. Shields et al to Juo. Terhuue,
livestock, 2-3 crop on neq 36-19-41,
P. L. Moulton to Jno. Terhune,
livestook, implements, 2-3 crop ou pt
sections 29* 32 of 19-41 $1320.
Thos. Patton to Jno. Terhune, live
stock, implements, 100 C sacks of wheat
on 15-19 42, 8660.
W. U. Wendover to Bank of Wi
nona, livestock, $250.
D. T. Farley to E. H. Letterman,
crop on 4-13-44 pt sections 32, 33 in
M. Farley et al to E. H. Letter
man, crop on pt section 8, pt 17-14
P. S. Lacy to E. H. Letterman,
crop on pt sections 21, 28 iv 15-45,
O. Howard to Security State Bauk,
C. P. Anderson to Herman Junke,
livestock, implements, 6552.
Wm. D. Kagon to Bank of Winona,
livestock, wagon, crop on \vh nwq 20
Ed Byers to J. A. Robeson, live
stock, 800 bushels wheat ou awq 28
--19 42, 6317.
Andrew Leach to Shoudy Bros.,
250 bushels wheat ou uh neq 30-18
M. Leuner to J. J. Miller, live
J. T. Hamilton to Farmers State
Bank of Colt'ax, household furnish
G. E. Holliday to C. E. Wilson,
Gus A. Klingenberg to Jos. O.
Starkey, livestock, 2-3 orop on nwq
R. W. Gwinn et al to C. \V. Young,
crop on pt sections 11, 12, 14, 15,
22, 23 in 14-44, $4000.
Henry V. Ochs to Wm. L. Walls,
J. E. Thomas to Juo. Terhune,
livestock, crop on pt sections 20, 29
in 20-41, 8660.
Jay R. Lee to Colfax State Bauk,
livestock, implements, $1000.
P. VV. Burns to First State Bank
of Garfleld, livestock, implements,
crop on pt C-18-45, $550.
Frank 11. Scott to Gaaton Billioux,
livestock, 1000 bushels wheat on 13
S. A. Johnson to Jno. Terhune,
livestock, 2-3 orop on nwq 7-18-41,
W. A. Birdsell to Jno. Terhune,
livestock, crop ou nwq | 4-17-41,
H. S. Milner to E. F. Maurer and
wife, real mtg.
Mary A. Humphrey to E. F. Maur
er and wife, real mtg.
Annie I. Smith to O. F. J. Deysen
roth, real mtg.
Tfaos. Gouge to M. X. Xeill et al,
Colfax State Bauk to W. R. Ellis,
J. I. Case Threshing Mch. Co. to
O. F. Jiuderlee, etiat.
Chaa. E. Scriber to W. T. Robbins,
Colfax National Bauk to Wm.
J. H. Janssen to Christian 11.
Scharffer, real mtg.
Haua Mumm to Martin Q. GilJid,
W. H. Brabyn to A. A. Marden,
Juo. Bauer to W. R. Bloor aud
wife, real mtg.
J. 1. Case Threshing Machine Co.
to S. V. Meek, chat.
J. I. Case Threshing Mch. Co. to
If. Kroll, chat.
Elizabeth M. Harvey to K. David
son, real mtg.
Wm. Wiley to Win. F. Mattiugley,
JJ Neal Cheetham to Mariot Snyder,
partial release real mt^.
Lucy K. Thompson to Mrs. Annie
M. Smith et al, real mt^.
Jno. G. Gibson to Asa O. White,
Chas. E. Seriber to Geo. Hardy et
al, chat; to Roy Zaring, chat.
National Uank to J. W. Pearaol,
Colfax National Bank to Mike
A. B. Eliot to R. B. Vanniee, <hat.
Farmers State Bank ot Colfax to
Jay R. Lee, chat.
W. 11. Lawson to Geo. V. Roberts,
First National Bank of Pullman to
Weeley Stevenson, two chats; to Car
son W. Taylor, chat.
F. L. Gordon to Wm. N. Ladd,
W. C. Morrow to Stephen G. Wen
W. C. Morrow to Dell Harper,
Ed ByerH to Fred E. Miller, chat.
11. L. Stewart to Geo. W. Manrlng,
Geo. E. Ritchie to Pullman Im
provement Co., real mtg.
F. A. Davis to P. W. Burns, (that.
Advance Thresher Co. to Swen
Svvenson et al, chat.
Gaaton Billioux to Frank H. Scott
et al, chat.
T. Houchlu to Monroe McLean,
Jno. Terhuuo to S. 13. Shields,
chat; to F. 11. Scott, chat; to Jno.
W. Morgan, chat.
St. John State Bank to J. 11. Burns,
W. S. Imbler to S. B. Shields,
Warren S. Imbler to Wm. A. Bird
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No alcohol in this cough medicine. jTcTA^'erCo^LoweiVMass.
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&*Msoz MOSCOW, IDAHO
*'£$$jf Property statements on any individual in Latah
v* *iT* <2^ or Whitman counties. Publishers of reference book
of cred>fc ratingH, 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,
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This is our new No. 8 mill, the most complete and up to-date mill on the
market. Call and see it or send for catalog. CARLEY BROS., Colfax.
Bills of Sale
Avery McTnturff to S. A. Fergu
son, stock of hardware, etc., $3828.
Louis Eiler to E. H. Doughty, one
half interest in drug business, 11450.
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT.
Emma S Wicker vb John T Wicker—
Decree of divorce granted plaintiff and
defendant directed to pay $10 per month
Ilattie Maloney vh John Maloney—De
cree of divorce granted plaintiff
A L Hill vh Walter S Dartt et ux—
Judgment for plaintiff for $1:17"). fore
closure of mortgage and order of sale of
lots 7 and 8, block 13, Wiley's addition
J J Miller vs M Lenner—Case dinminsed.
M J Chapman va W C Beach et al—
Decree in foreclosure of tax lien and order
of sa!e of lots 1), 10, 15 and 16, block 1,
Southnide addition to Pullman.
M J Chapman vs L H Judson—Decree
in foreclosure of tax lien and order of
sale of lots 18,19 and 20, block i, South
side addition to Pullman.
M J Chapman vs .Tames Oochran et al
—Decree in foreclosure of tax lien and
order of Bale of lots 10, 11 und 12, block
4, Southeidp addition to Pullman.
State vh JaiueH King—Case continued
to November 11, to be then set for trial.
Estate of 1> tniel H Farley, insane-
Order to Bell the K'o of NEK of section 9,
township 10 N. range 45 B, W M.
Estate of Kdmund J Langdon- Decree
of nettletnent and distribution.
Guardianship of (Jracia C White—Al
lowance of |30 per month for support of
Estate of Effie Fountain—Order din
charging administrator and closiug es
Estate of Fannie F Collard—Charles
Collard appointed administrator, bond
Guardianship of Howard L Knight—
E II Bryan appointed guardian, bond
Estate of F J Ferguson—Order of sale
of lots 4 and f», block 2, town of Winona.
Insanity of Frank Chekal—Discharged
from hospital as recovered.
$100 Reward, $100.
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Statement of Condition of
Colfax National Bank
In response to call of Comptroller Sept. 1, 1910
I!This bank has the largest capital and surplus of any bank in the Pa
louse country. Hit 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. Hits officers give careful and pains
taking attention to all business entrusted to them. llYour attention
is respectfully called to the advantages of an account with this safe,
Btrong, up-to-date bank, and your business is solicited.
Loans and discounts and overdrafts $1 of>o 402 71
United States bonds 200 000 00
Stocks, bonds and securities f, 475 (55
Furniture and fixtures „ 4JOO 00
Real estate 9 940 65
Due from banks $108,860 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,'g13 9i
OFFICE It S
Alfred CoolMge President Chan. E. Hcrlber Cashier
A. *. Mi-ClHlne -..- Vice President b. <:. Woodward - - - AuiaUut cSr
Alfred Coolidpe, A F. McClaine, Senator Lev! Ankeny, Julius Lippitt. Edward Johnson.
R. L. McCroskey, Chas. Johugon, U. 1,. Ettinuer, C. L. MatKenzie
Wm. Codd, Chas. E. Scriber.
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'4o Per Sack CRESCENT
1 lied Crescent— Family Flour I
Second only to our ROYAL ROSE
Nothing Cheap About It Except the Price.
Is Fully Guaranteed. Ask Your Dealer.
red I Colfax Milling Co. i REO
CRESCENT C- E« Woo*. Sec. and Mgr. Phone Main 451 CRESCENT
THE COLFAX GAZETTE
WHITMAN COUNTY'S OLDEST AND BEST NEWSPAPER.
EDITED FOR AND ENDORSED BY EVERY MEMBER OP
THE FAMILY EVERY WEEK IN THE YEAR.
!-iul»M<*ri]>t ion Price, the Year in Advance