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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 11 December 1903

4 CO LFAX GAZETTE IVAN CHASE, PUBLISHER. rtitabllahed, 1877. Entered at the postofflce at Coliaz as second class matter SPBWORIPTION RATFrt. * Ix Mouth*, postal paid One Dollar one Year, pottage paid Two Dollars Twenty-five per cent discount for advance payment. Co«nty and City Official Paper. O. K. & N. Time Card. To Portland. 8:lo p.m. To flp..kan<- S:ooa.m. 4M p.m. To P«ndl«tnn .. 11:45 a id. 8.15 pm. From Moscow 10:00 a.m. 4:15 p.m. To Moscow 11:50 a.m. «:20 p.m. H Van Scboick is mayor-elect. "It should be the policy of the I'nited Stui»H to leave no place on earth where a corrupt man tlm-in? from his country can rent in peace." —Extract from Presi dent Roosevelt's meseaee. The legislature of the state of Mod tiaa is being asked to pass a "fair trial bill ' The mountain state does not need such a measure nearly so bad as it Deeds to be deli'ered from the greedy hands of the Amalgamated Copper Com pany hacked by John D. Rockefeller and Me Standard Oil. President Roosevelt'...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 11 December 1903

From County Records Coy. Patents and RecelDts. United States to Thunjas B Dris kill cert copy of patent eh eeq eh swq 30 16 45 United States to Calvin H Fly pat nh eeq 11 16 44 " United Strtten to Henry T Clemens, rec red seq nwq 18 14 39 United States to George W Huinia ton, rec rect, eh 6wq and lots 6 and 7 of 6 13 39 400 United Mates to Franklin Mc- Cail patent eh neq 20-17-40 United States to Smith H Me- Gall pat neq «wq sh eeq neq seq Deeds. Lucinda Berger to S H Thompson li'tc 1,2,3 blk 5 Thornton 600 Chas W Burn ham to Mary E Box lots 2 and 3 blk 7 Wiley's add 1>111""-^ • 800 Edna Yon L Brune to J I) Laid law an H*-q eh ewq 30 16 45 1 Jw R BtnU to H J Miller eh of lots 4 and 5 blk 25 Endicott 950 Henry D Smith to F D Garrett lot 3 1)1 k 13 Endicott 200 Phillip Bchierman to Rosa Con over lot 8 blk 12 Endicott 330 Elmer E Cass to Harold J Wright DC>q M-q (except) eh eeq ueq 22 --11 4* 1200 Sarah M House to Louis Weieen hach lote 5,6,7 blk 4 McCroe kev's add Gartield 1200 ...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 11 December 1903

r> HIS 111 Washington. Dec. 7. -The president*! iMMtge baa been transmitted to ooa jjrress. its principal features are as fol lows: The country is to he congratulated On the amount of substantial achieve ment which has marked the past yeai both an regard* our foreign and us re gaitls our domestic policy. With ;i nation ms with a man th* inns' important things are those of the household, and therefore the country is especially to be congratulated oc what lias been accomplished in the dl !*• *<.*ti«>ii of providing for the exercise <»t supervision over the great corporations mid combinations of corporations en i;aged in interstate commerce. Tin <(iiiL'ii>-- baa created tin* department ..[ commerce and labor, including thf bureau of corporations, with for th< first time authority u< secure propel publicity oi such proceedings of tbesf great corporations as the public bat the right t'> know It has provided foi the expediting of suits for the enforce meiit nf t...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 11 December 1903

ANOTHER VIEW POINT BunrliKraßH Bill Thinks (Jot. Mcßride Was Wrong. Bays Thai in Order to Merit Sup port the Kxecutlve Should Have Helped a Little. Endicott, 1).,-, s, UK*-Editor Gn z-tte: I have been a eOMtaat reader of the two Colfax papers-The Qasettd and Ihe ( nminoner—for several years and have been interested many times in the controversies which have taken place io the editorial column*. While it haH never fallen to my lot to perform any public duty, nave that which falls to every citizen under the American gov ernment, 1 have taken considerable Interest in politics and upon all occa sions have endeavored to satisfy mv own mind regarding the eternal titnes's of things as concerns the various prob lea* which arise. Now Mr. Editor, Ido not winh you to think, that I am trying to "butt in." If y,,u do not care to publish what I have to nay, throw the manuscript into the waste bucket—l will enclose no postage for itn return. But there are Home thing*, it appears to me, that concer...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 11 December 1903

B . A new set of dairy standards ha* been made up by tin' bureau of cliein istry and promulgated for the informs lion and guidance of all concerned. Copies of the standards may be ob tained upon application at the bureau. Wild those interested Would do Well to siake application, as the various inter- Mta of the country will be expected to tblde by tin- new requirements, says the Holsteln-Friesian Register. It ,s expected thai mosi of the state Inspection officials will at mice adopt the new figures fur use in their com luu.lilies. The following are some of the 1:«'W rules. Standard milk must contain not less than li.li.'t per cent of milk fat and 8.25 per cent i>i' solids not fat and must have an acidity equivalent to not more than .J per cent of lactic acid. Cream to be standard must contain not less than Is per cent of milk fat. Butter must be not less than 82.5 per cent of butter fat. which is the fatty substance of fresh or ripened milk or cream. Renovated or what is known as...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 11 December 1903

All Around the County FROM KAMIAC. What beautiful weather we are having at present ! Sou.c little plowing was done the fore part of last week. Mrs II E. Trimble is quite sick with ■ bad cold at preseut. The or K an at the school house has bean exchanged for a better one at last. Arnold GuptUl, Elmer Askins and C. U..HH .if this vicinity left Wednesday for the Craig mountain country, to look over the prospects. All the smallpox patients hare re .ov.red, so we hear, and school will be gin Monday. Joe Howard and family have returned from Missouri, after beiti^ away a year. !le add h s son have rented the Harper place three miles north of I*al.»u^e. He ■ays he likes the Paloose country better than ever. itoHalia WaiitN Ltfftit. Rosalia Citizen: An estimate paper wan circalated thin trees to ascertaiD what patroniisje would be accorded to hi. elt(trie light phunt if such plant would be iiiHtalled in It salia aud run on banin or peak similar to that maintained in other mien. Surprising ce...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 11 December 1903

10 Times Are Getting Better at THE FAIR As people begin to realize the fact that we are GOING OUT OF BUSINESS FOR GOOD and that our fixtures and entire stock are for sale, the crowds become denser and more enthusiastic LADIES' GOODS OF EVERY KIND and description and the greatest stock of SHOES AND FURNISHINGS that have ever been placed ui)on sale in any country are shown here at prices bordering on the ridiculous. Here are a few prices just to give you an idea of the tremendous saving on seasonable merchandise at this Closing Out Sale. Read on: A Clean Sweep of Underwear Ladies' Fashioanble Tailor-Made Suits Clothing K(»*>"ird!ess of Cost ACTUALLY LESS THAN COST. Closing out prices on Men's Suits, 2 special items m $22.00 to $24.00 Ladies' Tailor Made Suits, Louis worth your investigation. :55c Women's Jersey Ribbed Fleece Lined -j gr\ XIV style, made of newest weaves, large pouch sleeves $12.50 Men's fine all-wool English Melton Suits, thor- Pants and Vests l*Jt anc j y me( { wi...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 18 December 1903

THE COLFAX G AZETTE. TWBJfTY-SEVBNTH YEAR. A Few Pointers for holiday Presents = Being things to be found at- — Barroll & Mohney's Hardware and Crockery Store. l 2tT %f§| ft>r Mother l^^^^p l\t>' :-fCW Wt>ll]d be a Dinner set of V\/, M White China or Decorated f^^^W^ -f Semi Porcelain We have |v W^^^Wm fr- -^ them at prices ranjHno- from l^Slf -^ P ' ■ '■' -5 *S to *:15 <T^^>W $3| 7 A beautiful Stand or Hang- *^§=^ *"^s^ " ' 5^ —^^^ ing Lamp, from $2.25 to $10. LJp^~f^ltlfe'L.L r (Mass Water Sets, from $1.50 |g»l^[tp|| And last, but best of all, a to %\\ Toilet Sets, from $4.50 fiSRPISS/ (ill aiK \ ||\ \ i>ii|i to $10; Roasting Pans, Jar- Jill |HL J!U> U^ -H .lini,,,, n,,,,, p,ated Coffee Malleable Iron and Ten Pots, Nickel plated !S%trSi#i; H*?J Pudding Seta.Carpet Sweepers (M^\^ StOOl lwlll°'O f :? ■■# Now for Father H| r v . • " ,/*H You could i^ive him one of our Su- V;-- ■ I)erior Steel Carving Sets, priced from 11 .^ J r***^ y«u want to make him happy ...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 18 December 1903

1 COLFAX TO SPOKANE Another Electric Railway for the I'alouse Country. Prominent ItiiMnr- Men of the In land Umpire Will Promote the Big Proposition. Another electric railway for Whitman county is under consideration. The proposed line is to be run from Colfax to Spokane, by way of Thornton, Rosalia and Waverly, and will tap one of the richest KCtioOi of the great Inland Em pire. Prom CoHai the road will run south up Spring flat, cross the divide to rjoioo Hat, thence down the flat to the head of the Little r'enawawn, thence to Snake ricer. Thin proposed line, as a business proposition, is the best yet mentioned and would no doubt be a paying investment From the wtart. The promoters are very enthusiastic over their plans. Prominent business men of Colfax, Rosalia and Spokane are interested in the deal and have filed their petition for right of way franchise through Whitman county with the board of county com missioners. The promoters of the pro pond road are D. F. Anderson of R •>...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 18 December 1903

Acceptable Gifts for Everybody ** "\ Come and choose while choosing is £\\~ €^\ £~\ |" easiest; every (lav well gel busier and d^ busier from now on. By coining to -1 lf"^X"" QT morrow, while assortments are com y^^y"^v a^ plete, you'll find no trouble in making \Jj^^\ Tiw^%J^ 11 w selections calmly and leisurely, unham v y pered by the surging crowds and vexa tious delays that later will make comfortable and satisfactory shopping almost impossible, COME BEFORE THE CROWDS! 20 PER CENT DISCOUNT SALE In Every Department (Groceries Excepted). AUK YOl' (IKTTIMi PUD ICTM A C HKADY KOH VilMO 1 VfiJr\O Vnii Uniinn'i Unnh Tinia in Quo no Just think ' only SIX more Bhopping days remain belore IOU ndVull I PFIUuil I lIIIU LU Updl U. Christmas. Tho longer you wail tin les« coiiveiiienc-e you will experience; crowds will grow greater and assortments less every day. Don't bother making out a shopping list; come direct to headquarters, you'll see thousands of useful X-mas gifts. They will entirel...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 18 December 1903

4 COLFAX GAZETTE IVAN CHASE. PUBLISHER. BsUbimhed, 1877. Entered at the pontofflee at colfax an second class matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. R i x Mouthi, postage paid One Dollar • >ne Year, ponta**- paid Two Dollars Twenty-five- per cent dtwouut (or advance payment. County and City Official Paper. O. K. « N Time Card. To Portland *:!•• Pni- To Spokane s:'»° am- 4::{0 P-m- To IVndleton 11:45 a in. 8:15 p.m. From MOMOW. 10:00 a.m. 4:ln p.m. To M(«e<>w 11:50 a.m. s:20 p.m. OAZKTTK CLUB LIST. Payable in advance. Colfax Gazette and— American Kconomist, New York §2.55 Otwniopolitan Magadne, New York ... 2.35 Ontury Magazine, NVw York 5.05 Chronicle, Weekly, Sao FranciHcn 2.65 (■ountry Gentleman, Albany, N. V 2.55 Examiner, Weekly. San Fraadfloo 2(ifi Farm and Kiremde, Springfield, O 1.7:"> (Jlol^-Deniucrat.Twice-a-VV'eek.St. I,ouis 3.16 Harj*r'n Magazine, New York 4-78 Harper*! Weekly 4.75 Harper* liazar. New York 2.35 Inter Ocean, Weekly, Ch«caj,'o 2.06 LdHlii-'a Illustrated Wee...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 18 December 1903

From County Records Gov. Patents and Receipts. United States to Chap H Fame worth pat eh neq 11-16 45 United States to Leonard (i Z>im walt rec rect eeq neq <>-16-42. . 100 United States to John C Morgan pat (certified copy) eh ewq lots 6 and 7 of (M 7-43 United Statee to Lucius L Ingallß pateeq 20 20 40 Deeds. Sparks Bros to town ot Tekoa lot 7 blk 5 TekoH 10 Win Collard to Chas A Hart lease baildiog on prt of lot 8 blk 9 Fitch's add Palouee per month 70 H G Chambers to Joseph Cannell blk 13 went of F St Breeding's add Palouse HO O H Johnson to R E Long lot? 1 and 2 blk :;"> Bolbrook'a add Garfield 750 Jas H Arrasmith to Samuel W Crnmbaker prtofseqSl 17 44 . 300 <) II Johnson to Rachel M John huii tret in Gmrfield 100 Mary A Wilton et al to Samael J Craicber lot^ i and 2 swq seq fn] Hwq G 20 41 eh nwq nli ewq 8-20 42 1 J T Wallace to J L Wallace lot 1 t)ik 7 tiuy 800 Myron A FergosoQ to M Eteisen nenr tret in 34-13 45 1 Myron A Fergoaoa to John Ktrpes tret in 2 1"J 4...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 18 December 1903

6 WHITMAN PAW BILLS Proceedings of the Board of County Commissioners. Claims on Current Kxpense Fund- Tax Mailer* Jtoad District Supervisors Appointed. Pursuant to adjournment the board ol county coininiHsionere of Whitman county, Washington, met on the 7th day of December, A. D. 1903. The following claims were examined and allowed on the current expense fund of Whitman county : Urauiwi-ll Krit*. supplies f"r Judge ■ * -28 Kraniwell Brofc. sappliesfor county Clerk I'J 00 Bramwell Bros, supplies for shertn ; <i Uarr.ii! & Mohney, supplies for court DOUM 9 15 Bert^tresser iW. supplies for poor (arm '1 tj > Brlccner, J J, livery for Mm'eyor :; ou BokK* I' 1' lupplies (or county farm ... 9 :v- Buck John 8. livery [orsnerifl ... SOO t;»r.t y Bros, repairs for county jail 119 SO narlt it Katoii, sup lies for c >unty farm ij 55 Canutt Joseph, expense a.-, county sheriff •'; is;i Cauutt Joseph, board for Co prisoners 101 62 City of Colfax, water runt lor OOUXI house 21 50 Cos K...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 18 December 1903

■"HEJ^W_WOIVIA|I| "ivtial She Ihinks and 111 L__Jw___| II IT Is now Just about certain that ex< 'I'l ta the country and on farms the food of tin- average A in.Ti, an family will ere long be prepared outside of the home. The housekeeping of the future will be nothing like so vexatious »s that of the present is. a number of iple in Brooklyn are solving the kitchen girl problem bj the establishment of an eating dub. a building has been rent ed as a clubhouse. A competent chel iin.l manager takes chur^e. of it at a good salary. lie employs waiters and assiatani cooks and kitchen help. He also prepares the daily menu, sends it t<> '-ac-ii household represented in the ••lub and gets that family's order for the day. When the family <-ome to dinner or luncheon or whatever the meal may be It Is ready for theiu. Each family get the best the market affords without the slightest worry, and all cooking is removed out of the borne. The waiters are paid better than ordinary ones are, a...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 18 December 1903

B a a it ** ** ** ** ** +* *+ ** ** ** ** ** T*l 1 • IJ. £**J £ New Stories « The Lighter Side of « * _ f _ HannaonEdu- g* ;; Washington Life sts a MM KM ♦* *♦ ♦* ** ** ♦* ** *♦ ** ** *¥ *■¥ ♦ I IX •♦ •• •* ** ** ** ♦* ♦* ** ♦* ♦* ♦"* [Special Correspondence.] WASHINGTON, Nov. 30.-A1 though inch- .!<)<' Cannon lni^ wielded the speaker's in.M. l< ss than a month, he Is already the subjeel of almost Innu merable stone-; :iikl incidents Illustrat ing not only his keen and quick wit, but his versatility in adapting himself jto tin- conditions of bis new position. Daring ■ »n of the bouse recently Sneaker Cannon felt an Inclination t" smoke and, < i;m ing up a page, said to him: ■|[ere, boy; go down to the res taunmt and get i m some cigars. They know the i 1 use.* 1 The boy somi returned wit li iwo . [gars and bunded them to the speaker, who bil oil' the end w' iSfcrl^^ ;ii>out two-thirds SPEAKER < .\vn<».\ AXU o f j ( j nl . ( i,j s HIS CI..AX. UlO|l | h „ n(1 blan...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 18 December 1903

All Around the County NEWS OF DIAMOND. The Diamond Literal? Society met Saturday evening, Dee. 12, and was railed to order by the president. Mm utesofthe previous meetia*- were read nod adopted. The committee on con stitution and by-laws reported and their report was adopted. A number of new members were received. Election of « ffleera resulted: Chas. Torranee, preei d-ut;.J. B. Frnzier, vice president; Minn hvola Stipe, secretary; Wiu. Hock, treas tirer; .1 F. Haitsinger, sergeant at arms; Mark Stunrt, janitor. A literary pro gram was carried out. after which the ■ mention. "Resolved, That immigration »<> the I nited States should cease." wan debated. The dt eision of the judges wmn aaanioiooa in favor of the affirmative. The following in the program for Saturday evening, Dec. I<> : Recitation, kirhy Torrance; recitation, Nora Stil- Hon; recitation, Uuy Stuart; song, Misses Ntilsou and Minn Stipe; recitation, Chan. Hamilton; dialogue; paper, .luck Stuart; music, 11. Sta...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 18 December 1903

10 A Week Before Christmas We realize what the above signifies. It means that the store will be crowded from early morning' until evening with eager buyers, people who have put off making* their purchases until the last moment. ! We Want to Have $6,000 in our safe by Christmas and we are determined to get it. You can't resist helping us out, even if you want to. We will appeal to you through one channel only, and that is the pocketbook. No one will hesitate to take Two Dollars for One We are going to give you that during this sale, and more too, on about everything in this store, and you will find here an abundance of appropriate Merchandise and useful articles for Holiday Gifts. LADIES' SWELLEST CHRISTMAS APPAREL What would be nicer than a Stylish Tailor-Made Suit, a Handsome Skirt, a Fashionable Jacket? We have the very latest novelties in Ready-to-Wear Garments and what is more, we offer these at 4O PER CENT DISCOUNT Ladus' Silk Lined Suitn, newest weaves, fiT* -| A Ad\ Ladiea'Co...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 25 December 1903

THE COLFArI GAZETTE. TWENTY-SEVENTH TEAR. Don't Reacf'^v' Unless you are in the market for a Piano or Organ If you are I am sure it would be to your interest to see me before buying elsewhere. Buying a piano jh a business proposition. Lay aside sympathy and let us talk business. I can get you any piano or organ on the mar ket and will give you my honest judgment on an instrument and will QUOTE YOU PRICES THAT WILL MAKE THE OTHER FELLOWS SQUIRM 1 will l»e satisfied with a small profit. I can sell you pianos from J"*li>O »i|> to l^iiOOO. You will get from me just what you are willing to pay for. There are about 260 Piano factories in the United State*, and about 700 different named pianos made, lots of good ones and lntH of poor ones. I fan furnish you with the best or the cheapest. Some of the other fellows handle only the best (so they say); use your own judgment about that. It won't do any harm to see me anyway. I can furnish on short notice some of the following well-known m...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 25 December 1903

1 FELL BEFOiIE THE MR Joe Richardson Dropped Dead in the Oxford Saloon. Drank Seventeen Glasses of Beer in Succession and l'assed to the Great Beyond. Joe Richardson, a character long fa miliar to the streets and resorts of Col fax, dropped dead in front of the bar at the Oxford saloon Wednesday evening about 8:46 o'clock, just as be was finish ing his Hi-vi-ntit'iith HUfHHHivt' glass of bear, Richardson at one time was the owner of a splendid ranch on I'nion flat, but for several years past has contented himself with doing porter work around i'olfax saloons. He was not a vicious man, but seemed absolutely unable to control his desire for throng drink, ai.d for several weeks past has been on a protracted wprte, On Wednesday even ing he walked into the Oztord saloon and a bystander remarked that he would pay for all the beer that Richard son could drink. Me started in to empty the glumes as fust as tin; bar tender could till them and at the seven teenth glass fell to the floor dead. ...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 25 December 1903

Agent for: llmiiiltdii-ltrowu Shoes I Im.iiim.iii Glove Fitting Corsets J. It. Corspts stf-inkalia Kid Gloves Monarch Kid Gloves From County Records Gov. Patents and Receipts. United States to John H Roder patent eh seq 2 wh neq 11-11-45 United States to Wm H Martin rec rect neq 24-15-39 12 United States to John Adam SchoerT lote 1 and 2 and eh nwq 30-15-40 12 U 8 to Heirs of John J Fingill, patent seq of neq and lot 4-18-41 United States to Franklin DeNew ton Town, patent sh neq, lot 2 Of 6 14-38 Deeds. Geo W Roberts to Geo Turner contract wh of lot blk 4 Gartield 475 Frank X Brown to Robt S Brown trot in nwq 29-19-44 1600 <V|)has C Wynn to Chas C How ard tret in ewq 23-19-44 125 First Natl bnk Colfax to John Nelson et al seq 24-18-42 nwq 19 --18 43 0500 Frank Welton to Jesse Wei ton lot 1 blk 3 Hoffman's Ist add Tekoa 1 Jesse Welton to N B Welton lot 1 blk 1 Huffman's Ist add Tekoa I Henrietta A Woodward to Allison Jennings 10te9,10,1l blk 11 Sun set 250 J M Wortman to Al Jenni...

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