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GOV. PATENTS AND RECEIPTS.
United States to Andrew F Ford, eh
neq, eh seq 28-17-39, patent.
United States to heirs of Eliza .1
Mitchell, eh seq, seq neq, lot 1, all in
United States to James Anthony,
lot 4 of 4-19-41. receipt.
United States to Wm. J Hopkins,
neq 22-15-40, patent.
Marion Freeman and wife to A M
Philips, pt sh neq, pt nh seq 22-16-43,
A M Philips and wife to Marion H
Freeman, seq 17, nh neq 20-10-43, ex
Peter Conway and wife to Callie
Brown, lots 1, 17, blk 1, James Mc-
Coy's add, Oakesdale, $75.
Geo V Bones and wife to Mrs Callie
Brown, lots 14,15.18.19, blk 1. James
McCoy"a add, Oakesdale, $125.
J H Shepherd and wife to Callie
Brown, lot 11, blk 1, James McCoy's
add, Oakesadle, $75.
Columbus M Venters et al to Roy C
Xander. eh neq 22-18-45, except, $5300.
Jos H Bousman and wife to Colum
bus M Venters et al, eh neq 22-18-45,
Alexander Hickman and wife to
Sanford Hickman, eh swq, lots 6,7 of
Jos O Catlett et al to New Mercan
tile Co., pt lota 5,6, blk 1, Winona,
Andrew F Ford to John H Zornes,
eh neq, eh seq 28-17-39, $1000.
Milo Palmer and wife to W G Akins,
lots 14,15,16, blk 66, Railroad add,
Geo W Garrelts and wife to Daniel
M Dobbins, tract in neq seq 32-18-45,
Quincy E Gwynn to Joanna G Evans,
lot 7, blk 3, Avenue add, Col fax, $1.
Jerome S Gwynn to Joanna G Evans,
lot 7, blk 3, Avenue add, Colfax, $1.
Jessie M Boughey to Joanna G
Evans, lot 7, blk 3, Avenue add, Col
David Comstock and wife to J G
Andrew, lots 3,4 of 6-17-46, $3600.
A A Hammer and wife to David A
S Huffman, lota 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8, blk 1,
Huffman's add. Tekoa, $1000.
Geo, T Huffman and wife to Amos
Spitler, lot 11. blk 4, College Hill
add, Tekoa, $IGS.
Oakesdale Cemetery Ass'n to S M
Godwin, eh lot 3. blk 45, Oakesdale,
Oliver Hall to Mrs. Ellen Gwynn,
aeq lot 18, 2nd add, Colfax cemetery,
Clarence J Morgan and wife to Al
len B Steward, lot 4 of 4-19-41, eh seq
neq, lot 1, all in 32-20-41, $1500.
Charles H Arrasmith and wife to
Axel Helm, eh swq.^eq nwq, swq neq,
all in 12-15-38, $1000.
Thomas Moffitt and wife to Solano
Moltitt. lot 1, blk 1, McCroskey'a 3d
add, Garfield, $1.
Solano Moffitt to Matilda Moffitt,
lot 1, blk 1, McCroskey's 3d add, ex
S A Dinsmore to H W Hanford, pt
lots 8,9,10,11,12. blk 12, original town
of Oakesdale, $2000.
C H Matlock to Louis N Matlock,
nh neq 14-18-42, $1.
Louis N Matloock and wife to C H
Matlock, sh neq 14-18-42. $1.
John M Hubbard and wife to Melvin
Lakin, wh seq swq 5-14-45, pt lot 6,
'ots 1,2, blk 71, Daw's 2nd add, Pull
■J M Hubbard et al to Melvin Lakin,
eh seq swq 5-14-45. $1500.
Joseph Bryant and wife to Howard
Shriver. aeq swq 7-14-46, $200.
Oliver Hall to W L Potter, nwq lot
22. blk 1. Colfax.
Katherine Hogan to Horry S Hogan,
eh lot 2, all of lot 3. blk IG. Perkins
& Pretcott'i Riverside add, Colfax. $1.
N P Ry Co to Jacob Strokes, all of
13-16-38, fractional 19-16-39, $1791.
B R Reed and wife to Herman Fer
eh *w, lot 7, Heed's add, LaCrosse,
pred S Ratliff and wife to Thomas
Keys. lot 20, nh lot 21, 2nd add, St
c H Smith to Sarah Smith, lots 1,
2-3- blk 25, original town of Oakesdale,
,4 W G Davidson and Spokane Inland
Empire R y Co to N L Strange, lots 1,
2 •3-<. blk 16, VV C McCoy's add, Oak
H W Sampson to H C Sampson, iota
2,3,4. Reaney's 2nd add. Pullman,
Railway Land & Improvement Co to
Gus Oberman. lot 4, blk 32. reaurvey
of Steptoe, $100.
Rallston McCaig and wife to Mrs
j Dora Howard, lota 4,5,6, blk 7, Wi
Joseph P Zahm and wife to Alex
Smith, tract in southeast corner of Mq
neq 4-13-38. $500.
H O Kerns and wife to trustees of
United Brethren church of Guy, lota B,
13, hlk 11, Syndicate add, Guy, $400.
Frank Pittman and wife to Chas
Gifford, swq 10-20-44, $7000.
H M Moffitt and wife to Mrs F M
Stinson, brick building on corner of
Main and Island streetd, Colfax, $270.
W O Gass and wife to J E Gang,
lots 3,4, blk 9, Farr's add, Pullman,
Chas F Kay and wife to A J Chase,
swq 21-20-45, $8500.
.1 G Andrew and wife to First Sav
ings and Trust Bank of Whitman
county, lots 3,4 of G-17-4G. $1500.
C W Purnell and wife to Netherlands
American Mtg Hank, ehjieq 22-14-45,
Wilbur S Yearsley to First Savings
and Trust Rank of Whitman county,
sh 15-19-41, $3000.
Same to same, nh 9-19-41, $3000.
B R Quint to R A Truax, tract in
Philip Blumenschein and wife to Hi
ram J Miller, lots 7,8, blk 12, original
town of Endieott, $300.
Mary Shriver and husband to B F
Truax, eh lots 11. 12, blk 4, Coffin's
add. Tekoa, $300.
Hester H Taylor and husband to
Mabel R Stoneberger, tract in 22-16
Wm H Carter and wife to First
Savings and Trust Bank of Whitman
county, tract in neq 5-17-45, $1500.
W 0 Gass and wife to Pullman Sav
ings and Loan Ass'n, lots 5,6, blk 9,
Farr's add, Pullman, $300.
A J Chase and wife to Chas F Kay,
swq 21-20-45, $6500.
G W Tower to W A Donaldson etal,
2-3 crop on sh aeq 25-13-45, 2-3 crop
m wh swq 2." 13 44 $39*5.
W I. GifTord to L L Holt, crop in
neq 8-19-43, $800.
Henry Chapman to John Terhune,
livestock, 2-3 crop on 250 acres of oats
on R L McCroskey ranch, $224.
Conrad Langlkz to Jonh Terhune.
livestock, 2-3 crop on 140 acres in 17
Frank Amesty to Inland Brewing
and Malting Co, saloon outfit. $1052.
A M Alk ire to Hertrich and Mov
land. 2-3 crop on swq 7-19-40, $272.
Carlton Saxon to Colfax National
Bank, 2-3 crop on 230 acres in seq 17
--15-41, nh'neq, swq neq 20-15-41, $100.
Louie Ra.smussen to Citizens' State
Bank, livestock, $PBO.
Same to same, crop on 60 acres land
on Coeur d'Alene reservation, $880.
Eben Thomas to Arnold Lehrbass,
W I Clark to First National Bank,
Pullman, livestock, $500.
Same to same, crop on eh 26-15-45,
J R Stout to Willard Crippen, crop.
C C Perry to First State Bank of
Garfield, livestock, $175.
I J Lee to First Trust Co. Moscow.
crop on nh seq 13-14-45, $400.
Geo F Childers to Security State
Bank, livestock, $200.
Seth Lind to S W Matlouk, machin
ery, livestock, $120.
Geo J Gray to F A Davis, machin
ery, livestock, $550.
J P Zahm to F A Davis, mach.,
G Humphreys to Gilbert Hunt Co,
F V Waldrip to T R Waldrip, crop
on eh iwq. lots 3.4 of 31-17-42, sh nwq,
lots 3,4 of 5-16-42, seq nwq, swq neq,
! lots 1,2,3,4.5, all in 6-16-42, $1200.
F Twitme>erto Palouse State Bank,
livestock, machinery, crop, $1777.
W X Blackburn to Colton State
Bank, livestock, $630.
Thomas King to Colton State Bank,
Edward A Britmer to Robert Park,
livestock, machinery, $300.
John Huber and wife to Thos Dell,
crop on seq 32-19-45. $225.
Jas S Chase to John Terhune, live
stock, crop. $1437.
Ing Brobak to John Terhune, crop
on 23-18-40. $119.
Gust Nelson to Thog Stewardson,3-4
interest in crop on 23-18-40. livestock,
Walt G Marsh et al to J S Mullins,
livestock, buggy, $230.
J R hodge and wife to A Futttr,
Roy Long to Isaac Gifford, live
L W Robnett to Minneapolis Thresh
ing Mch Co, machinery, $2250.
Jerry Sills to Palouse State Bank,
livestock, vehicles, $150.
Samuel H Elliott to Theo Straube,
Naomi N Moulton to Andrew Allen,
Wm W Case to Frank L Moulton,
First National Bank, Pullman, to
W I Clark, chat.
Pennsylvania Mtg. Investment Co
to Wilbur S Yearsley, real mtg.
T C Elliott to Henry Sinclair and
wife, real mtg.
Aliance Trust Co Ltd. to A L Lea
vitt and wife, real mtg.
J E Moore to H A Smith and wife,
Mabel R Stoneberger to Hester A
Taylor and husband, real mtg.
Sarah D Brune to Albert G Lloyd
and wife, real mtg.
Helena B Walters to Orris Dorman
and wife real mtg.
Vermont Loan and Trust Co'to Gar
nett Riggs and wife, real mtg.
C .1 Milne to Paul Kimball,real mtg.
Olympia Brewing Co to Chas Durant
and wife, real mtg.
W H Striker and wife to J W Hum
J E Moore to Albert Guske, real
J A Taylor to C J Milne, real mtg.
Clarence A Christenaon to M M
Waters, real mtg.
BILLS OF SALE.
Mrs M J Eads to R L Eads. live
CONDITIONAL BILLS OF SALE.
Linville Bros, to C A Clarke, one
3-inch Webber Truck gear, $71.
Ira E Henahaw to L W Robnett,
John Deere Plow Co to WWLoomis
stock of goods, conditional contract.
John Gottfried Ettlich to C M St P
Ry Co, release and waiver, $1.
T H Osborn vs Robert Thorn and
wife, lis pedenp.
Peter Proff and wife to FJ Wilmer,
power of attorney.
J W Haskins to the public, affidavit.
Johnson Camp No 23, WOW, arti
cles of incorporation.
Application No. 5740.
Notice of Sale of School Lands.
Notice is hereby given that on the
6th day of June, 1908, between the j
hours of ten o'clock in the forenoon ;
and four o'clock in the afternoon, i
commencing at the hour of ten o'clock
in the forenoon, on said day, at the i
door of the Court House in Whitman \
County, Washington, the following
described school land will be sold at
public auction to the highest bidder j
NEi of NEi andW* of NEJ of Sec.lfi. !
township 18 north, range 41 east W. j
M., containing 120 acres, appraised at
12380.00, subject to an easement for
right-of-way for railroad purposes j
heretofore granted to the O. R.&N.
Railway Co.,over the SWJof NEi;im-i
provements appraised at $396.
NWJ of section 16, township 18
north, range 41 east W.M., containing
160 acres, appraised at $20.00 per acre,
or $3200.00; improvements appraised
NEJ of SWi and WJ of SWJ of
section 16, township 18 north, range 41
east W.M., containing 120 acres, ap
praised at $2240.00, subject to an ease- j
ment for right-of-way for railroad |
purposes heretofore granted to the 0.
R.&N. Railway Co. ; improvements
appraised at $1271.(X).
Said school land will be sold for not
less than the appraised value and sub
ject to the improvements situated
thereon, and aa appraised by the Board
of State Land Commissioners in the
manner provided by law, a statement
of which ia now on file in the office of
the Auditor of said County.
Terms of sale are: Under contract,
one-tenth to be paid on the day of sale,
and one-tenth annually thereafter on
the first day of March of each year,
with interest at six per cent, per an
num, and accrued interest on deferred
balance at six per cent, per annum:
Provided. That any purchaser may
make full payment at any time and
obtain a deed.
The successful bidder will be re
quired to pay in addition to the one
tenth of the purchase price of the land,
at the time of sale, the upraised value
of any improvements or valuable ma
terials on the land in full.
The above described school lands are
offered for sale \>\ virtue of an order
of the Hoard of State Land Comtni
sioner*,, made on the 11th day of April,
1908, and an order of sale duly certi
fied is on file in the office of said
WM. M. DUNCAN,
Dated at Coif ax, Wash., this/, day
of April. L9OB.
-Another heavy ram fell Thursday
night. It in claimed that the ground
is now sufficiently full of moisture that
the fall wheat will make a full crop
without further rain.
KNOCKETH ONCE AT EVERY
and when not heeded they in after
years are telling you what a fool they
was for not investing ;i little anyway.
That's juHt what you will be Baying
about Victor-Empire stock and the
time will not be long. Those who in
vestigate thias proposition are sure to
invest in it, because it has every indi
cation of making a big producer. The
property is being continuously develop
ed and as the development progn
the ore increases. Every report from
the property in most gratifying, (let
in now and pick up some of the :
while you can get in on the ground
Only a few dollars invested now maj
mean a fortune ater. For prices and
further information see W. B. Dilley,
Fiscal Agent, at Artesian Hotel.
References, any business man of
Libby, Mont. n
Money to Loan.
The Pullman Savings & Loan Avsm-ii
tion has money to loan on improved citj
property. The principal can he repaid
in small monthly payments, making the
"building and loan" plan a desirable
oue for the person haviug a modest in
come The entire loan can be repaid it
any time without a bonus. The same
money you are now paying for rent will, !
in a few years, if applied to building and
loan stock, purchase for you a home.
This association has been in operation
nearly six years and has assisted in
building sixty dwelling houses in Pull- ;
man. Apply to any office! for details ol
K. S. Burgan, President.
18tf W. [. Roberts, Secretary,
jdSS^''&<\, X^^te^S\ Or a man with youthful tastes, and want
m^^^W^h Snap and Style in your Clothes. Eder
jM A A heimer, Stein & Co.'s Young Men's
W Are your kind. Lot of Little kinks
llN* \ i anc* fanc*es on some of their mod
iL wM K^^M P^ e 's< l nat are or 'B'na l anc^ designed
f^li^i'fP^ for just your kind of a man-
H Then, if you are a middle-aged man,
with a more conservative taste, and yet
r|^^^^^|^p|^^^|| desire Garments that are in the
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fe^V;^^ W both in Fabric and Tailoring, you
K»|^^ ipilifllß can find just what you need in the
Wmmm Wmm® (Brandegee, Kincaid & Wood Co.
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' iSIS Which can only be found at our store
j£k W in Pullman. Our clothing makes and
■*■ (H^ holds friends by its excellence in Quality,
fcMiiotßet.mwmaijicaßg I Style and Fit.
Yours for GOOD CLOTH at Reasonable Pricces
The Quality tore
To the People of Whitman
i hereby give notice that I shall,
within the time required by the direct
primary law >f the st ; ,t.- of Wash
ton, tile ■ declaration of my candidacy
for the office of Judge of the Superior
Court o( Whitman County. A candi
date for Judge will be nominate! at
the September Primary Election, which
will be held on September the Bth,
1908, and the candidate receiving the
greatest number of votes on that day
will be declared the nominee and he
will lie the only perron to bevoted for
at the general election in November,
I am a graduate of the Law Depart
ment of Michigan University, class of
'89. Have been actively engaged in
the practice of law for the period of
seventeen yean and during that time
have served three terms as City Attor
ney of Pullman, am) one term as I'ro
secutiim Attorney of Whitman County.
If 1 am elected I shall deal fairly
and justly with all interests and per
sons, will practice economy in office and
will do my very best to maintain the
bigh^strandad to which the Superior
Court of Whitman County has attained
(luring the incumbency of the Honor
able Stephen J. Chawdick, for indus
try, integrity and ability.
Dated at Pullman, Washington,
this 25th day of May, 1908.
JOHN W. MATHEWS.
Poland China Pigs.
We have 15 head of registered Poland
China i'i^s for sale—now weaned- both
■ezei and ofa superior strain.
RHODE [BLAND REDS
We will Bell for the remainder of the
season eggs ol Rose Comb Rhode Island
■■.■■■> per setting of 15, Fifty Rose
Comb Rhode Island Reds, one and two
\eius old, fi 2 per do/en.
Thomas Nkii.i., Prop.
Piano Moving a Specialty
Only Piano Truck in City
Phone Black 461 and your want
will he attended to at once
JQNES & HUPP
— REAL ESTATE
Country Property For Sale
350 Aucs one-half-mile from c'ty
150 Acres one-half mile from city.
160 Acres lour miles from city.
40 Acres six miles from city.
210 Acres four miles from city.
80 Acres foui miles from city.
600 Acresoue mile from city.
10 Acres one mile from College.
$850 Seven room house and 3 lots
$1250 Seven room house, 2 lots.
$650 Four-room In.use, 2 lots.
$1350 Seven-room bouse, a lots.
$1650 r3-room house and 1 lot.
FOUR Houses on College Hill.
College Park lot, $25 down and
$10 a month.
FOR SALE; 210 acres food farm
land, with crop, farm implements, 80
head of horses, mules and cattle, half
interest in combined harvester. Pos
session given at once. Enquire of G.
GEO. W. CASWELL CO.
San Francisco Importers and Roasters
As you »cc from the name,
It's the ill mk of the nation ;
It is the best Coffee
That's knm\n in creation.
11 is the crest: 'tis the cream,
The finest of all,
Our AGEN I' will have it
For National Crest call.
This justly celebrated Coffee sold
in tins only
Watson Mercantile Company
Pullman, - - - Washington