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The Colfax gazette. (Colfax, Wash.) 1893-1932, February 03, 1911, Image 3

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Iliram H Savage vs William Cropp et
al— Decree to quiet title.
David Qorrie vh Thomas Culbertson et
ox —Hoih] for cuHt.
Mahala .) Johnsoa vh Marion Jfinies
et al—Bond for cost.
Mahsla .1 Johnson et al vs Liury
Gray et al— Bond for cost.
The Bolt Manufacturing Co vh A I)
O'Ketly, Albion State Hank, jrarniHhee
defendant—Order of diaiDMMl.
Oeorge w Lame ft Co vs w 11 Hull—
Settintr vacated rabjeet to future agree'
ni en t
X .1 Tramill vh Dan Newton— Cam
taken under advisement.
Ella M Pollard vh 0 VV Pollard—De
murrer overruled and defendant given 10
days in wh'oh to answer.
<{ Allen Mason v« F S Ritliff et a!—
Defendant Ka'liff given leave to amend
motion; demurrer of Schluting and Rich
ardson taken under advisement.
Henry (lark et ux vs Leslie Ford et al
—Demurrer of defendant overruled and
10 dajs tfiveu to answer.
John Whealan vtH H Conover—De
murrer overruled, motion to strike
granted and garnishes defendant allowed
10 days to amend answer.
Ira Cleveland,trustee, vs Asa L Davison
et ux—Order directing the tiling of de
cree of foreclosure which should have
been tiled October 26, 1885.
Fannie C I'ercival vs S ,1 Daniels et ux
—Partial release of judgment.
W .1 Greer ts Andrew Seibert —Order
of diamiooal.
First National Bank of Ritzville vb A
W Amick et al —Judgment for defend
ants for costs.
Ethel Wieeley vs Thomas I Wiseley—
Grunting of decree of divorce taken
under advisement until testimony in
(' P Bobbins vs Joseph Schultheia et
al—Action lor foreclosure.
I' \' Conned vh Daniel W Truax et n\—
Action t.i quiet title.
Miller & Bayden vs John M McGinnis
et al —Action lor money dut-*.
i"r»i; >niiH vh Franklin Vi
Green si al— Lction to quiet title.
Prances Green Storms vs Franklin M
(ire. 'ii et uz—Action to recover for line ol
farm lamin.
Whitman county vs Jeremiah Kelly et
vx —Action for right of public highway
II X Brokaw Receiver Wiper Invest
ment Co vh Loie Wiper—Action to quiet
New Cases.
The Bete Manufacturing Co vs Arthur
Luck—Demurrer to complaint file I.
Ben C Holt vs R E Matlock—Answer
to complaint tiled.
J W Skillin vs C T Hackett et ux—
Abstract of judgment from Yakima
, State vs G R Blaisdell—Set for trial
March 13 at 1-80 p m.
State vs James Roberts—Order to re
lease to sheriff revolver an exhibit.
State vh Lester T Blanc—Order to re
lease to sheriff revolver an exhibit.
State vs George W Gale and L D
Snyder—Set for trial March 14 at 9
o'clock a m, bond $400.
Estate of Goalman Hubbard—Order
appointing guardian ad litem.
Estate of Jamee Parvin —Letters to
Sarah Ann Parvin.
Estate of Daniel and Mary G Hughes
—Order of consolidation.
Guardianship of Elpha Wilson—Samuel
II Mi-Cull appointed guardian.
Adoption of Elpba Wilson —Order of
adoption by Smith H and Fidelia McCall.
Estate of Janies Woodley—Letters of
administration to Leonard Strobel,boad
Estate of Daniel B Conrad—Order fix
ing time for bearing petition for letters.
Estate of Jamee H Games— Hearing
on petition for letters continued to
March 1.
Estate of Martha A Gainer—Hearing
on revocation of letters con luued to
March 1.
Estate of Edith A Loundagin—Peti
tion for letters of administration.
Estate of Anna Wdder—Petition for
letters of administration.
Guardianship of Leona Shaw, minor—
Petition for letters of guardianship.
Good Scores Made at Fair Ground
Friday and Saturday.
Laat Friday and Saturday, at the
coanty fair ground, the Colfax Rifle Club
held a shoot that attracted more than
local interest.
The first day T. A. Ireland won first
place. Ike Williams, B. F. Copley and
T. B. Mcßride of Moscow tied for second
place, L. Berger of Taeoina winning
third place. The distance whs 50 yards,
muzzle rest with target rifles. Tweive
shooters were present. Ireland put 42
shots in a space that could be covered
by a five cent piece. At the 40 yards
target George Smith of Almota won
second place and A. Richardson of Step
toe got third place.
Saturday's shoot resulted in Meßride
getting first place and Ireland second
position. Ten shooters were in attend
ance that day.
Other meets are on the tapis, and
"blood, lago, blood" (metaphorically
speaking), will surely flow.
For Spirella Corsets call up Mrs. S. E.
Ratliff, Phone Red 1212, Colfax.
Washington Seeking Aid of Congress
In Obliterating Willow Tree Alley.
The District of Columbia commis
sioners, with ilh> co-operation of the
Washington chapter of the American
Institute of Architects, will endeavor
to obtain from congress an appropria
tion of $125,000 to convert Willow
Tree alley and surroundings into ;i
Willow Tree alley is a section of
southwest Washington which the I»is
trict gorerunient. as well as the sev
erai civic and patriotic societies, sup
ported by thousands of individuals.
has endeavored t<> have removed for
years Buildings of a cheap type line
both sides of the narrow passageway
The alley is considered 11 »c worst of
its kind in •#■ District
The Illustration shows tho plan of
the proposed Improvement. The sec
tion of the square which the national
capital would have converted into a
playground for the southwest is in
eluded within the dotted lines.
The capital of the nation is usu :':l\
looked to for suggestions by other
mv nicipa iit les.
Progressive cities and towns through
out the country can well hold the na
tion-! capital as a model which they
follow. The converting of this

fully bj ent< rprisins; uin
If you really want to help your
town, get rid of tiie ugly spots.
*j* The mail order houses earn *v*
*♦* millions each year. Isn't it time *£
<« to give your neiahbor a chance? ♦>
Streets Made Subject to Town's
A lesson can be taken by any town
from German methods as regards
width of streets In the inner sections
of towns, some of which are many
centuries old. one naturally finds many
narrow streets, but whenever a new
street is laid out ground of sufficient
width is purchased by the community
to suffice for the next 100 years, tak
ing into account increase of traffic.
This seems for the first years like
an extravagance to purchase more
property than is Immediately needed,
but in practice this is not true, for the
street is laid out with a width at first
required, as well as the sidewalks,
while the remaining ground is rented
to the house owners to be utilized for
front pardons.
This method is required by law; oth
erwise they (the owners) could not ob
tain the license for building, and by
this method the city administration
receives a considerable sum for this
apparently waste space. The roads
thus look pretty, and the ground is
available at any time whenever in
crease of traffic requires widening of
streets. In England and other con
servative countries the property is
bought of a width sufficient for pres
ent needs, and when, several years
later, the thoroughfare has to be wid
ened additional space must be pur
chased at an excessive cost, as in the
meantime the value of property has
greatly increased.
*J» J t
«j» The money which circulates 4*
* at home is the blood of the town. ♦
X Don't bleed your neighbors and J
♦ yourself by sending elsewhere *
*t* for gcods. •
♦ ♦♦♦♦£'$'♦♦ "I's^"H«iH^^sif^^^ssfi
Dubuque. la.. Furnishes One For the
Pleasure of Its Inhabitants.
The city council of Dubuque. la..
Las voted to establish a free munici
pal skating rink and coasting ground
The rink will be located in the bar
bor, which is within live minutes' walk
of the business center of the city. The
ice will be kept in condition, shaved.
flooded and tree from snow, and the
crowds will be under supervision
Light will be maintained, and there
will be Bhanties where skaters may go
to adjust their skates and per warm
A special council committee acting
xvitb the chief of police will have
charge of the coasting ground. Suit
able hills will be selected where clust
ers may enjoy themselves without dan
ger and always with proper police
Novel Plan to Light Streets.
Kniphtstown. imi., is trying a novel
plan to light the streets. The electric
light station is a municipal plant, and
free current for one porch light is fur
nished all consumers who will provide
and maintain the required lamp. The
dark places between corners in the
residence districts are now made
Bare you ever thought of the enor
mous poultry resources of Uncle Sam
when he so easily meets the great holi
day demand, feeds those preachers ev
ery day in the year and notwithstand
ing raises more fowls each year than
If you are arguing tl I it pays no
better to raise : d i than oth
ers we ask you to note the following:
A nearby farmer raises ordinary tur
keys and this year sold market and
breeding turkeys from the same bunch
at 20 cents ; ■•;■ pound. William .1. Mor
ton of All »nt >v n. Pa.. s.>ld two young
ten pound White Hollands to Laura <;.
Coover of Pittsburg for *■_•:.. or $I.^
per pound.
A baker in Philadelphia pleaded
net guilty to using rots and spots.
The prosecution produced twenty-four
eggs seized at his bakery. They wore
broken, and twenty-three were rotten
and the twenty-fourth of doubtful qual
ity. The evidence against him being
so strong, he changed his plea at once,
but the judge fined him $200 and costs.
Four thousand fowls, consisting of
2,'2Ui) turkeys and the rest geese, ducks
and chickens, were rounded up at Ilat
field. Pa., for the annual Thanksgiving
sale. Most of them were brought from
Maryland and Virginia. Philadelphia
dealers bought in nearly the whole
It would be quite interesting to see
a chicken quiz in which judges li
censed by the American Poultry asso
ciation and those not should be lined
up against each other. Rather think
the association would revoke a few
when the examination was through.
Diplomas are :» handy thinjj
To hang up on a wall.
They nicely c >ver up fly spots
Or where plast< r doth fall.
But, I ole mile wide,
Foil ■ : '.■us with shi.-ep
"V -' ■■ I 'it'
When a fan ier or business man
knocks and sa; dead, and
iie's si k of it and thin' in it.
and ever: he eternal
' »w-v ow-w< p 1 ad. put
1 nifying
Bet you a cow
it'r : all or it's not
■ ly a prod
: ■ oil. but is a
• -. hard handed
We do c with Shake
speare to ■ . \ e serve a
literary treat, bill strive to make the
humble [ rodu< I of our pen a means to
make a m< r I ive hen.
When you have leisure make repairs
to your incubators and brooders. Paint
your brooders different colors and the
chicks will noi crowd into one.
Eating snow Is a poor substitute foi
wafer and Is neither conducive to di
gestion or egg production. When hens
are allowed to run in cold rains anc 1
slop round in slush and cold mud h
has the same effect.
$£> * .
SchnelUr's Optical Specialist of Walla
Walla will beat theColfax Hotel Friday,
February 10, to examine eyes and tit
classes. See a reliable specialist if your
eyes trouble you. His guarantee is of
Business Chance.
For sale or Jtrade for land, a genpral
merchandise store and buildings of about
$17,000, doing big cash business on a
large margin of profit in live Montana
town. Address H. Jackson, P. 0. box
258, Conrad, Mont.
Life Saved at Death's Door.
"I never felt so near my grave," writes
W. R. Patterson, of Wellington, Tex , as
when a frightful cough and lung trouble
pulled me down to 100 pounds, in spite
of doctor's treatment for two years. My
father, mother and two eisters died of
consumption, and that I am alive today
is due solely to Dr King's New Discov
ery, which completely cured me. Now I
weigh 187 pounds and have been well
and strong for years.'' Quick, safe, sure,
it's the best remedy on earth for coughs,
colds, lagrippe, asthma, croup, and all
throat and lung troubles. 50c and
$1 00. Trial bottle free. Guaranteed
by all drui'triats.
Live Stock Wanted.
I am in the market to buy hogs and
cattle and will pay the highest market
price. Will be in Colfax Friday and
Saturday of each week at the Hotel
CoHax. Either write or phone.
Thoroughbred Animals and Plants--
Their Great Commercial Value.
"There is as much difference between
thoroughbred and ordinary plants as
between thoroughbred and ordinary an
imals." This etatemeot is made by D.
M. Ferry »fc Co., of Detroit, the greatest
flower and vegetable breeder** in the
country, and appears in the 1911 An
nual Catalogue juet issued. They argue
for the great value and economy of
thoroughbred seeds. "Any fundamental
natural law which applies to animals
applies equally CO plants." A good cow
(i. c a thoroughbred) eats no more than '•
a poor one, but may give twice as much |
butterfat. "Good blood" makes as much j
difference with corn as with cows. But j
thoroughbred plants, like thoroughbred
animals, are not produced in one or two
generatioLS, for no matter how superior
an individual of common origin ma" be,
its progeny are as a rule like the general
run of its anteeedpnts. Hence the need
for seedfoien like I) if. Ferry &('o. They
have experience, tie best pluut breeding I
equipment in the L uited States, and the {
business acumen to only such seeds
as have been bred from the choicest j
stocks for many cent-rations.
1) If. Ferry & Co.'s Seed Annual for)
1911 may be bad free of charge by writ j
ing to them at Detroit, Michigan. It j
contains much of interest for those who |
"Doan's Ointment cured me of eczema
that had annoyed me a long time. The
cure was permanent."—Hon. S. W. Mat
thews, Commissioner Labor Statistics,
Augueta, Me.
It's Pasco Today
You'll never again have such an oppor
tunity as we present to you today to se
lect a choice tract in the
Choicest of Irrigated Districts
and on the bars of Washington's two
greatest rivers— the Columbia and the
Snake. Investigate our plan for planting
and caring for tracts for non-residents.
Authoriz d Sale Agent
The Famous I&xyi2
Is the Lamp of Real Beauty ~C-^
because it gives the best light of all
lamps. The Rayo gives a white, soft,
mellow, diffused light—easy on the f \
eye because it cannot flicker. You /^ (^v v
can use your eyes as long as you wish / \
under the Rayo light without strain. / \
The Rayo Lamp is low-priced, and j \
even though you pay $5, $10 or $20 for %^^ssrjjfmm^
other lamps, you may get more expensive \\y Wf<
decorations but you cannot get a better
light than the low-priced Rayo gives. A I^K^^^t
strong, durable shade-holder holds the JBr~^ --^jBl
shade on firm and true. This season's
new burner adds strength and appearance.
Once a Rayo User, Always One. k^ii
&*sf ' (Incorporated) 3SM^*.*sM>
I vfill sell at Auction at the BUCK BARN AT COLFAX on
Wednesday, Feb. 15.
the following d( scribed property:
Onp span of bay mares in foal, weight 3100; 1 span of j?ray marea in
foal, weight 3000; 1 pray mare in fna!, weiyht 1400; 1 black mare in foal,
weight 1450; 1 span bay maren, weight 2800; I Bpan pray geldings,
weight 2600; 1 span gray niHren, weiizht 2500; 1 bay mare, weight 1300;
1 gray horse, weight 1400; 1 gray mare in foal, weight 1100; 2 saddle
horeep; 1 2-year-old and 1 3-year-old filly; 14 sets butt chain harness.
Sale Begins at l'£:3o p. in. Sharp.
TERMS OF SALE—AII sums of $25 and under, cash. On all sums over
$25 time will be given until October 1, 1911, on notes with approved
security, bearing ten per cent interest from date.
Remember the Place and the Date.
L. STROBEL, Auctioneer G. W. PALMER, Clerk.
I will sell at public auction at the Schrock ranch, 6 miles east of La
Crosse, Wash., to the highest bidder, my entire outfit, on
consisting of the following described property:
55 head of work horses, 35 head Ai work horses, weighing
from 1250 to 1650, 15 head of young horses, 5 head of young
trotting horses, sired by Ell Derby.
Farming Implements, consisting of wagons, plows, drills,
harrows, harness, and all articles pertaining to farming but
too numerous to mention. Everything must be sold as I
have quit farming and am leaving the country.
TERMS OF SALE—AII rams of $10 and under, cash; on all sums over
$10 limp wili he ariveo until October 1. 1911, on io hes of approved secur
ity and bearing interent at the rute of 10 per cent. Five per cent discount
for cash.
Sale begins at 10 a. in. sharp. Free Lunch Served
J. S. SCKROCK, O^ner.
L. STROBEL, Colfax, Auctioneer.
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
Corner Main and Wall Streets Coltax, Wash.
Use Gazette Clubbing List and make your money go farther
Charles H. Hill,
ATTORNEY AT LAW. Wa.te block.
Phone Main 811.
l>r. Baatey
OSTEOPATH— Gndatta ud poat
xrmUuiU' of Lo« ABffSiel aod Kirknvi!lp
acbooia ol (>r»f«'tip(iih,v. Twelvt rmr»'
experience Lippitt bttildfag. t^STT
Phone Mnin 1061 COLFAX, WASH.
t K. HANNA. B. M . H ANNA.
liauna »V Hanim
ATTORNEYBATLAW otiic: Hollin^r
building; General I'ractica, Civil and Crim
inal; poooe Miun Ml.
It. li. McCroskey
ATTORNEY AT LAW. otlioe. over the
h ir«t Srongi & Trnht Bank. Telephone
Pattison, Stotler & Pattison
ternity block.
J-iHugh Shertcy
ATTOKNEY AT LAW-iJffico, room 3,
Pioneer block ; probate practice a apedalty
Phone, lied 831.
Dr. J. A. Uulsiger
6 and 7, over lJarroll & Mohney'a store. Tel.
Main SI; ReHidence Tel. Main 1371. Office
hours, y to 12 a. m.; 1 to 5 p. ni.
Dr. A. E. Stuht,
& N. phyaiciui. HjK.kane & Inland sur
geon. Office over Hamilton's dnik' store.
Jt. J. Skaiie,
sec- . huild
mn, bomud
Dr. [da Brj s »r«
OSTEOPATH- Grade American
Sch(w I ij .; I, „
cated in Schmock liluck, .("JO .Main street.
Dr. John li.nson,
ialties: Cbrunic disoaseß and diaeases of
women and children. Calls to any part of
the county promptly anHwered. Office n
Coifax Hardware baildlne;.
Dr. Win. Clay Carrtwell
14 and 16 Lippitt building. Office Hours, 9
to 12, 1 to 5; Sunday. 10 to 12; eveniugri by
appointment. Phones—Office, Main 1341;
residence, Black 1461.
Dr. W. B. Palamountain
2 and 3, Lippitt Buildinur. Phones: Office,
Main 581; Residence, lied 183. Office hours,
9 to 12 a. in., 1 to 5:30 p. in.
O. A. Chapman, D. D. 8.
DENTIST. Graduate Ohio College Dental
Surgery. Office, room* 10 and 11 Lippitt
J. F, Tifft, D. M. D.
DENTIST. Parlors in Hamilton Block
'Phone, Main 691.
Wiu. A. Inman,
ATTORNEY AT LAW. Will do ail kind*
of legal business. Office, Room 2, Pioneer
J. N. Plckrell»
ATTORNEY AT LAW Office In Frater
nity block, Rooms 4 and 5.
Capital and .Surplus $61,000 00
4 per cent interest paid
on time deposits.
We solicit your patron
J. A. PERKINS, Prea,
E. K. HAIMA, Vice Fres.
EinVIV €. BAIRI>, Cash.
R. M. Hanna A. J. Davis
A. R. Metz E. K. Hanna
J. A. Perkins Edwin C. Baird
Gazette advertisers talk to
people in the best home s in
the Palouse country.

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