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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 29 April 1904

ft REAP READ | READ | REAP R EXTRAORDINARY SALE [~R a Ladies' Tailor=Made Suits g _ DRUMMERS' SAMPLES — R Out of 92 Sample Suits offered in our last Special Sale there still remain 43. Sho-wing that many have appreciated our special offering 1. Nevertheless "we are not satisfied and intend to close out the entire line at an exceptional rf DISCOUNT OF 25 PER CENT % p^ less than the manufacturer's price. It is an opportunity which you should not overlook, especially -where the most stylish garments are p% LJ concerned. It is the biggest sale ever inaugurated in this city; bargains never rivaled outside of this store. It is a part of a lot cf sam- L/ I pie suits -which made such a sensational selling of up-to-date styles. When you see them you -will agree "with us that they are "bargains. I Om» llp'moim for giving this special discount of 25 per cent is that the sizes are broken; but nevertheless -we can fit you. Any altera "«■■*- IVt^tnUlL £- oa ije made -without extra charge and no s...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 6 May 1904

THE COLFAX GAZETTE. TW EN T Y -S EVEN T I \ YE A R . FREE! Bound Trip Ticket TO THE St. Louis World's Fair On August Ist we will give away one round trip ticket, or its equivalent, to the St. Louis World's Fair. With every dollar's worth of goods purchased for cash you will he entitled to one chance. This grand otter begins Saturday morning, April 30. riione II am till. Colf;»\. Washington. Baby Carriages 4s^ 1 and Go-Carts $gjff Large stock just received. All latent ?if'?^/t|. ! A |}/i sryles, with automobile gear, large &:-S^L£l&^^t^-I ■ ■ \ cushion tires and porcelain handles ■ "r '"fr -I Banging id price |K4^^gHSP \ \./71 I\y . 65.00 to $35.00 W. GL BXJBSE Complete House Furnisher. Coif ax. Wash. Palouse Land Company A Seven miles northwest ( we Offer 1600 Acres J «* st John, 800 acres S in summer fallow and new breaking crop; balance to be summer fallowed and broken this year. We will sell this land on easy terms, in 160, 320 and <540 acre tracts, on easy payments. W...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 6 May 1904

* CITY DADS' MEETING Canva<s Kef urns of the Special City Election. They Call for Bids for Filter and Consider Ordinance to Ke strict Bicycle Hiding. The city council met in regular session Monday evening, Mayor Van Schoick in the chair and six councilmen present. B. VV. Cantield appeared before the council and addressed the members re warding the houses of ill fame erected and being ended,upon the west hillside, across the river from the Hotel Whit man. Air. Canneld made -i vigorous protest against them and the council took up the matter in regular order, the following motion being lost by a tied vote: "'Moved, that the persons build ing the house on the hill in the rear of the Hotel Whitman be notified that if the same is to be used as a house of ill fame, that the same will be a nuisance and will be abated accordingly." Bills amounting to |753 !>!> were audited by the finance committee and ordered paid from the current expense fund. Claims amounting to $257.69 were also ...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 6 May 1904

The PRIZE WINNING WORD of Lippitt'^s Word Contest The prize winning word appeared in our ad of April 22nd. The sentence in which it appeared follows: Lippitt's Unexcelled Offer Our unexcelled offer of Men's, Youths' and Boys' Clothing has been the bargain event of the month. The winning word was the much overworked UNEXCELLED, which has not been in Lippitt's newspaper ads in several years, remarkable as that may seem. Have you bought your Spring or Summer Suit? If not, why not? You can't afford to overlook this great opportunity. I[7l W\ "Tj^Tj 1! I Durin £ our S Pecial Sale of Clothing, we will give with every purchase of a suit of clothes, FREE, A HAT T^~T~"fc ~^M 11^ iJ irLjjjJljJ I NECSTIE and a Pair of SUSPENDERS. It will make no difference whether you buy a $5.00 suit, ol H \~\ H M | whether you purchase one of our $25.00 suits, with every purchase of a suit of clothes, either for men, youths or -A. iJjLLi.J —_• boys, we will give you FREE, A HAT, NECKTIE AND A PAIR OF SUSPEND...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 6 May 1904

4 COLFAX GAZETTE IVAN CHAHK, PUBLISHER. Kstabllßhed. 1877. Entered at the postofflce at Colfax an second ctase matter. Subscription, $2 OO a year — $1.50 If paid tit advance. Six months, In advance, 7«"»c. Single copies sc. Official paper of the County of Whitman and City of Colfnx. O. K. & N. Time Card. To Portland. *:l- r > p.m. To Spokane 7:r>. r > a.m. 4:Sop.m. To Pnndleton 10:45 am. 8:15 p.m. From Moscow 9:45 a.m. 4:1-0 p.m. To Moscow 10:. rio a.m. s : '^o p.m. and Convention. ('all for primaries and county convention of the Republican party of Whitman county, state of Washington, to elect delegates to the county conveuti D to elect twenty four delegates to the ftatf convention, to Ihj held in Tacoma. Washington, May 11, li»04, to nominate a utate ami conKre«- Hional ticket aud to elect delegate* to the national convention. Notice in hereby given that at a regularly called meeting of the Republican county cen tral committee of Whitman county, ntate of Washington, h...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 6 May 1904

SPRING STYLES. Fr««b •»"« Attractive Points — The >•■«- Shirt UuUt Suit. Spring styles, perennial in their in terest and pleasure to everybody pos sessing a spark of femininity, are again upon us, and the Pictorial Re view depicts! some of them as follows: Most coats have large sleeves, some open, some dosed, with large cuffs, all showing the "lingerie" idea. Some have underpuffa of lace with a deep tuff extending over the hand, or a deep frill of lace falls from the slit iv the back uf the cuff. The new boleros hang very loose; the Sleeves are wide with wide cuffs and tail of lace over the hands. The fronts turn back with facings of embroidery. Lace applications and ruches of plait til n i row ribbon trim the deep capes thai fall over the shoulders. Some beautiful trimming effects are obtained by bars of braid crossed over bands of silk. A very little gold or silver i> a charming touch in v trimming. Much of it, however, would tend to cheapen the effect. Then there are the ha...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 6 May 1904

6 . In n carefully prepared paper read before a county Institute in lowa Mrs. Hellings related how she made nine uud two-thirds ounces of butter per gallon from twelve gallons of milk, using a separator, while from the same amount of milk set thirty-six hours uud closely skimmed she secured only six and one-third ounces of butter per gallon of milk. Then she ran the set ting of skimmed milk through the sey urator, took out the rest of the cream (lost in the old process), and from this cream she secured nearly all the miss ing butter, or two and one-sixth ounces per gallon, making nine and one-third ounces total by the two methods against nine and two-thirds ounces by the separator process alone. This would seem to Indicate thai a small amount of cream cannot be taken from old milk and that best results are se cured by the use of the separator ou fresh milk. To recapitulate, by setting the milk in the old way and using care six and one-third ounces of butter were secured per gallon o...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 6 May 1904

All Around the County ALBION AFFAIRS. Miss Flo Manning spent last week in Colfax, visiting relatives and friends. Mm John O'Kelley returned the latter part of last week from Culdesac, Idnbo. Mrs. Flo WhetzH and daughter, Eva, of Pleasant valley, are visiting with friends at this place. Mi** Stella Heard of Clear creek, spent Saturday and Sunday with relatives here. Mr. McCall of Winona was the guest of his daughter, Mrs. Cora Wilson, last week. Mrs. Myra Lehrbass and Bon, Harry, of Winona, are spending a few days with friends at thin place. Willie Thompson is down from the reservation for a few days' visit here. Mrs. S. C. Armstrong of Colfax was vihiting the family of her brother-in-law here last week. A. C. tfhort is spending a couple of weeks with relatives on Er'en valley. Ed Pearson is down from the Nez Perec reservation and has accepted a HimimerV job of work on J. J. Pearson's ranch on F"ur mile. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Woods have hired out for the summer to work on the LaFollette...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 6 May 1904

8 RABV GOT THB MOM Whitman County Uets the Cost of Defending Suits. Supreme Court Says No Warrant Issued and the {fridge Co is Still a Creditor. Considerable comment is heard regard ing the recent derision of the supreme court in the ease of the "American Bridge Company of New York, appellant Vi 4. H. H. Wheeler, an eoootji auditor and ex ofiicio clerk of the board of county commisnioii'Ts of Wnifman Co., and 6. N. Binchliff et al , an tin- board of <i>unt> commimiooera <<f said county, respondents." Him was a proceeding in mandamus, the bi idge company seeking to compel il 11. Wheeler to is-ii" fl war rant to them in thrf ram of $1753, the HHine being the amount of a certain warrant, ordered drawn in favor of the comuany as a balance due for the con struction of a bridge across the Palouse river at i'alouse. This warrant was ho tight in lieu of a warrant of similar face value drawn by Chan (i. ltali.v, in ■is official capacity an county auditor on or about November 2...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 13 May 1904

THE COLFAX GAZETTE. TWKNTY-SKVKNTH YEA F REc! Round Trip Ticket TO THE St. Louis World's Fair On August Ist we will give away one round trip ticket, or its equivalent, to the St. Louis World's Fair. With every dollar's worth of goods purchased for cash yon will he entitled to one chance. This grand offer begins Saturday morning, April 30. Phone Main 4>21. folfax, Washington* Baby Carriages and Go-Carts *jj§f Lnrge stock just received. All latent vffci^r^ A^-f^\\ [f \ >/A htvlph, with automobile goar, lar^ $3%'s£' UlJ; y^)'£i• } V<d^j| cnnhion tires and porcelain handles. 1 *£>^C^ ** i RaogioK in price V~£sJj^'^'J'''' V i • $5.00 to $35.00 mplete Ilou«te Furnisher. Colfax, Wash. Palouse Land Company r ~ ~""*\ Seven miles northwest {We Offer 1600 Acres 1* *■ John, sso acres v J in summer fallow and new breaking crop; balance to be summer fallowed and broken this year. We will sell this land on easy terms, in U>o, 320 and G4O acre tracts, on easy payments. Write us for p...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 13 May 1904

9 M\\) FOR GOVERNOR Mcßride Forces Could Effect No rombinations. The Norihwest and Southwest Were Ahle to Absolutely Control liijml lii-an Convention, Republican Ticket. For Congress—Will E. Humphrey ol King, Wesley L. Jones of Yakima and Francis W. Cosbman of Tierce. For Governor—Albert E. Mead of What com. For Lieutenant Governor—Charles E Coon of Jefferson. For Secretary of State—Sam H. .Nich ols of Sriohomish. For State Treasurer—George G Mills of Tburston. For State Auditor—(. W. ( launon of Kitsap. For Attorney General—John l>. Atkin- K-»n of f lielHn. Fat Land Cowmiswooer—E. W. Rom oi < 'owlitz. For Sup't of Public Instruction —R B. Bryan of ( hehalis. For Justices of the Supreme Court- Mark A. FollertOD ol Whitman aud Frank H. Kudkin of Yakima. For Presidential Electors —S. (J. Cos trrovc of GarfieW county. George W. Bassett of Adams county, L. B. Nash of Spokane county, J. M. Fish of'Stevens county, A. L. Mnnson of Mason county. National I>, >• n&t <■*, C...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 13 May 1904

BliSllSS OF COUNTY Proceedings of the Board of County Commissioners. liist of Claims Allnwed-Changes In School DiMriiih Tax and Koad Matters. Pursuant to adjournment the board of county eorumieeioners of Whitman county, Washington, met on the 2nd day of May, A. I). 1904. All mem bers being present. The following claims were examined and allowed on the current expense fund of Whitman county : Allen L E, expense of treati office I 2 45 Hatch AB. assisting Ht examination .. 6(O ltnch John, livery for surveyor :: 00 Kramwt'll Hros, supplies for sheritt 8 00 Kramwell Hros, supplies for pros, atly . 525 Bramwell Bros, suppliesfor county clerk 700 Brandon W C, medical attendance on in digtMit . . 7 85 Hriekuer J J, livery for surveyor 16 00 Brown Fred H, salary as field dept as set sor 75 00 Boiinger N F, services as school exami ner 5 00 Buck John S. livery for sheriff lit 50 BrysoD i) V, fuel for court house .. t> 4S Bl] ton S, salary an field dept assessor... 69 00 Clark it Eaton, su...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 13 May 1904

4 COLFAX GAZETTE IVAN CHASE, PUBLISHER. Established. 1877. Entered At the postofflce at Colfax as second class matter. Subscription. $2 OO a year — 51.50 If paid in advance. Six months, in advance, 75c. Single copies. sc. Official paper of the County of Whitman and City of Colfax. O. K. & N. Time Card. To Portland. 8:15 p.m. To Spokane 7:55 a.m. 4:!0 p.m. To Pendleton 10:4 r» a tn. 8:16 p.m. Krotii Moscow !1:4."> a.m. 4:15 p.m. To Moscow 10:50 a.m. s : 2O p.m. There's one good trait about Judge I'arker. He keeps his mouth shut. "Retire" is a military euphemism for "retreat," and is need extensively by Russian officer* reporting to the Cznr. Sir Henry 11. Stanley.the great African explorer, died in London, Kngland, May 10, at the age of C>'.i years. Sir Henry was one of the great explorers of modern times, and the civilized world owes much to his work. Where is that great Russian general whc) announced before leaving St. Peters burg that he would drive the Japanese into the...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 13 May 1904

HOLT LAND PILGRIMS ITINERARY OF SUNDAY SCHOOL DELE GATES EN ROUTE TO JERUSALEM. The Voraite Throoßh the Mediter ranean Sen— A Vinlt to Gibraltar, \\iv KnmoiiK British Stronghold—Al klit» »ntl ItH I'lrtiirmqne People. [Special Correspondence.] Valetta. Malta, April s.—The good hliip Grosser Kurfurst, with its Chris tian pilgrims bound for the Holy Land t.i attend the annual convention of the world's Sunday School association, touched briefly for coal at this point and proceeded on its way through the Mediterranean, all on board being well and delighted with the trip. rhe first Btop after leaving Fractal, «ni the island of Madeira, was at Gi braltar, which has a population of something more than Jd,ihk>. mostly Spanish and Including about r>fto Jews, ;.<*< Maltese, 100 .Moors and a like nuiu l.cr of Portuguese. There are 5,000 British troops stationed there, and when the Mediterranean fleet is at an ihor nearly that number of sailors and marines are added. We had been told...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 13 May 1904

r, FAfcM'lf fefc O. O. J HlLrO' f> i A/" V COPyriomt »^vd«lT**** 19O* — BY ► TOUCHED , The hired man will always do best When his boss sets him a good exam ple. It takes ginseng seed eighteen months to germinate, while purslane and foxtail require only about that many hours. The luw will not let you turn the wa ter from your farm on to your neighbor to his injury save as it lions down a natural water course over his land. Broine grass, speltz, macaroni wheat and alfalfa are four things which are adding millions of acres of tillable land to the arable acreage of the semiarid west. We never see a clipped horse in early Bpring but we are reminded of the cruelty of such a fad. No artificial method of protection can take the place of the winter coat nature provides. In certain parts of Africa, where the grasshoppers hare made a clean sweep of the country, the only things in the way of vegetation left are the leaves of the coffee trees. These they would not eat, while they even ate the...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 13 May 1904

The Opportunity is Yours OoC c OBt Astonishing Price Sacrifices Ever Made in Up-to-Date Apparel (or *\t* I ,„.. BuLb- ObaUie,, in Mcl1 ' WODleil, and Children. „.,.,, _ I'rintH, incln )in^ SimpHon'n and ■ -'"-^''"'^ Values That Out-Class Any Yet Made in Coif ax H": S£ HS J ynrd gsc 7JC A SPECIAL MAY SALE »f New ' Dependable Merchandise, — ! ■ just when the goods are most de- I \ Pf^ pieces bine Dress Ginghams ' 1 r\ i* ' i i »n 1 -«-x-r >^ cimmbrays, aii new spring sired—QuaLitios and assortments that will please the most exacting buyer—The .„, B t . . >, worth lfic and 12ic, during . . . \ & J 20 pieces hruit of the Loom and sale per yard " ?i c greatest Of lllOllOV SaVlUg' ()l)l)OrtllllltlOS at the Lonidale Fine Bleached Muslin, -■ sale price per yard lO<* —<■)(* Si Cl#% t ■ /^ij I i ti i\3 OS** V. ' yards Fancy Wash Silks, in k ■s and plain white choice per A Great Clearing Sale of Ladies', Misses'and Children's Fine Stock of 10 pieces Fancy Silk Grenadine*, 1 35"...

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. — 13 May 1904

8 From County Records Coy. Patents and RecetDts. U Sto John LeCornu pat eh eeq, nwq eeq, ewq neq 6-H>-39 UB to John O Housekeeper eh ewq lots 3,4 90-16-42 pat U S to LMnder W Bishop aeq 30 --15 42 cert copy pat U Sto John H Letter eh nwq A lots 1,2 30-15-42 cert copy pat. U S to Win S Mood lots 9 to 12 1 -16-44 recievera receipt U 8 to Otto 0 Walling pat nwq 20 --18-40 U S to John Potts reev rec't ewq 8-19-39 U 8 to Robert B Walker neq 15 --18-40 recv rec't Deeds. Levi Ankeny to Joseph Greer nh nwq, wL neq, 14-18 43 5000 J H Davis to Jared Fisher lot 8 blk 7 east of B street Breeding's add Palouse 24 Harvey A Gray to Albert Harwood nh of lots 6,7 blk 2 Blackhnret AHurd'sadd St. John 200! Joseph Carmell to Belle West lota 3.4 blk 14 Beach's add Palonee 850 W 1) KIMb to P J Dimick part lot 1 blk 1 Perkinß 2nd add Colfax part lot D blk 1 Perkins 2nd add Colfax A tract in Colfax 400 Wilbur S Yeareley to Edwin L Roes nh of 20-18-42 3600 Willis A Hone to J MThaver lot 4 A wh lot 3 blk ...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 20 May 1904

THE^COLFAX GAZETTE. TWENTT-BEYENTH YEAR. Bust the Trust THE NEW CONTINENTAL HEADER NO. 2. Is Dot controlled by the International Harvester Co. of America. Don't fail to see our sample before buying. Well built, runs light and is guaranteed in every respect. ENTERPRISE IMPLEMENT CO. OOLFA.X, WASH. Palouse Land Company r """"N Seven miles northwest (We Offer 1600 Acres J ? *>■ •''•'■"■ ™° **» v • in Bummer fallow and new breaking crop ; balance to be summer fallowed and broken this year. We will sell this land on easy terms, in IGO, 320 and (540 acre tracts, on easy payments. Write us for prices and terms. Palouse Land Company WILBUR S. YEARSL.EY, M^r. Colfax, Wash. N^V^/x^' Hose Hose Hose C__ji^B' ' Whf-n you an- lni.ying jz?irijt-it Imsc j£^p mmmt- 'J^^\- •■•■." / jtt NDt the kind Hint luirwts v.itli the slij;ht- I m^f '''-'' mHS *'*' prPSHure. We carry the best tint W f/ W ""We Guarantee It. @S At«H LAWN MOWERS The Kiihn Hardware Co. w!^ HOLADAY & DAVIS Golf ax, Washington. ...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 20 May 1904

t WILL DAM RUCK LAKE Government Hhh Monster Plan for Storing Water. Land* in Whitman. AriiiuiH ami Franklin Coimiili'h to !>»* Ir. rtgatccl by (lie Paloase, T. a. Noble, engineer of the United States geological rarvey party, who baa been making a survey of the proponed irrigation scheme, whereby the waters ol t he Palonse river are to he diverted and made to irrigate lands in Whitman, Adams and Franklin counties, has filed on behalf of the United States govern ment three water right* in Whitman county. On May 6, 1904, a location notice wan posted on the left bank of Hangman creek, in section 15, township 20 north, range 45 K. W. 11. According to the filing a dam is to he constructed in township 20, range 4~> A canal will also be excavated across the low divide to the headwaters of Pine creek. This dam and canal will divert the waters of Hangman creek into the I'ine creek channel and thence into Rock lake. The flow of Hangman creek in estimated at 5000 cubic feet per second On ...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 20 May 1904

From County Records Gov. Patents and Receipts. United States to Allen E Benner, patent nh nwq of 14-15-40 Deeds. Mattie A Johnson to Joseph Rojt ere lease part eh ewq 317 45 Thou VV Bus bey to Solon Shedd et ai wh lot 5 A lot 6 blk 15 Rea lty's 2nd add Pullman 1250 Jennie Vincent to A X Finley lots 1 to 6 blk 25 College Hill ad Pull '"«« 1350 J E Lindsey to Win M Porter lot 16 blk 4 Mount View add Pullman 12 John Squires et al toil J Willie lots 9,10 blk 9 Lawrence & Hol brook's add Pullman 1 John Squires et al to Thos Field ing lot 5 blk 10 Lawrence & Hol biook's add Pullman 1 Eliza J Swift to Chaa H Pierce lot 1 Squires & Gaddie' subdivision of lots 4 to 7 blk 2 Lawrence it Holbrook'e add Pullman 225 Andy O Mael to Joseph O MeClung et al eh neq lots 1,2 4-16-45. ... 1 J Grier Long to Andy U Mael eh neq lots 1,2 4-15-45 4700 X \V Weinberg to Chas Schultz lease part bldg on lot 5 blk 19 Colfax Chan Beckwith to Thoe Neill lot 3 blk 8 College View add Pullman 50 Co Treasur...

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