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Instrument* Filed During the
Week With the County
Kerord of Instrument* Filed for 'Ho
cord Monday, August 10, 1900
Minnie Johnson to Orpha M. Wack
smith, lot 10. blk 17, Maiden, $490.
Fred Wacksmith and wife to A.
Wacksniith, lot 10, blk 17, Maiden,
Joseph A. WilTkomm to E. 1).
Parks, tot a, blk 85, Maiden, $1600.
E. D. Parks and wife to Jos. A.
Willkomm, lots 9. 10 in oik 53, Mai
Milwaukee Land Co. to E. D.
Parks, lots 0, 10, blk 53, Maiden,
John Carr and wife to 11 A. Kaep
pier et al, lot 9, blk 18, Maiden.
Jincey A. Woody to Leona 1.
Woody et al, lots 1, .!, blk 10, Elber
11. M. Parker and wife to Jincey A.
Woody, lots 1 and 2, blk 10, Elber
S. W. Stroup to John Crosby an 1
wife, lots 5, 6, blk 5, Mount View
add to Pullman, $!>oo.
P. W. Lawrence and wife to Es
tella Walker, lot 10, Heanej 'a Third
add to Pullman, $2600,
Frank M, Slagle and wife to Pa
louse Country Improvement Co., swq
Sec. 5, tract in ncq Sec. 6, eh neq
Sec. 7, tract in seq Sec. 6, nwq Sec.
8, neq Sec. 8, nh seq Sec. 8 part of
wh Sec, t>, part of wb neq Sec. 7.
J. P. Duthie and wife to Palouse
Country Imp. Co., lots 2 1, 22, L.i, 24,
part of 20, blk 13, Pullman, $3200
J. P. Duthie and wife to Palouse
Country Imp. Co., lot 8 and part of
lot 9, blk 46, Pullman, $3200.
G. W. Morrow and wife to Fred
Wacksmith, lot 10, blk 17, Maiden,
J. T. Loper et al to Minneapolis
Threshing Much. Co., machinery $2,
W. W. King to Perry N. Lewis,
tni t in 3-17-45, $400.
John tVillkomtn to Joseph A. Will
kotnm, lot 3, blk 35, Maiden.
,1. I. Case Threshing Mach. Co.,
to Henry Schulte, machinery, $'.>2.
Potlatch Lumber Co., to Fred
Wasehsmith, lot 10, blk 17, Maiden,
$4 99, material lien.
CONDITIONAL BILLS OF BALE
Holt Mfg. Co., to J. B. Schweiger,
J. D. Evans to Joanna V Evans,
power of atty.
Tile Guaranty Surety Co. to J. W.
Anderson, Jr., et al, power of atty.
Buffalo Pitts Co. to The Public,
affidavit of refiling chattel mortgage.
Record of Instruments Filed for He
cord, Tuesday, August 17, 1000
N. P. Ry. Co. to John B. Frick,
all of fractional section 7-18-40, $456.
William M. Akers and wife to D.
F. Anderson and sons, lots 7, 8, 9,
blk 25, Mumm's auu to Rosalia, $1,
Charles E. White to John Molin,
parts of lots 4. 5, 6, blk 2, Riverside
add to Colfax, $250.
J. N. Pickerell and wife to Simon
Dreifus, lot 4, part of lots 5 and 7,
blk 2, Perkins" add to Colfax, $3000
Pullman Imp. Co. to George E.
Ritchey, lot 18 of Squires & Gaddis 1
subdivision of lots 4, 5, 6, 7, blk 2,
Lawrence & Holbrooks add to Pull
W. H. Theobold to Nichols & Shep
ard Co., machinery, $888.
Thomas H. Ellis to U. L. Ettlnger,
J. A. Perkins to J. A. Pickerel!.
lots 4, 5, 6, and 7, blk 2, Perkins 1
add to Colfax.
Record of Instruments Filed for Re
cord Wednesday, August IS, 1009
GOV. PATENTS AM) RE< EIPTS
U. S. to Marcus Blair, neq 34-20
U. S. to James G. Elliot, seq 34
--20-40. certified copy.
Endlcctt Camp No. 4 69, W. O. W.
to T. I. Robinett, lot 57, Mountain
View Cemetery, En He >tt, $10.
Percy E. Casselman and wife to A.
B. Drinkwator and wife, part of <rwq
sec 11-15-15, $9420.
J. T. Daggett to August Modro,
lot l, blk 8, Lawrence & Holbrook's
add to Pullman, $700.
David C. Vincent and wife to Max
le C. Morse lots 12, 13, 14. 15, IC,
17. 18, 19, 20, blk 16, lots 1, 2.
18, 19 20, blk 23, lots 1, 2, 3, 4.
*, 6, blk IS, all in College hill add
to Pullman, $3800.
Edward F. McClure and wife to
J. E. Dutner, part of sh swq, 3-17
Li.Toy M. Smith and wife to
Charles A. Ballard, tract In nwq seq
Tburston Layton to A. J. Ltiyton,
lot 4, blk 2, Breeding's add to Pa
Le?l Buchanan and wife to Thurs
ton Layton. lot 4. blk 9, east of "B"
f. Tlrceding's a.dd to Palouse,
Otcar E. N'yborg et al to Thomas
11. Norton, BWJJ 2S-19-15, $S'JO').
Henry A. Lclb and wife to F. J.
.Mal.oney, part of nwq 19-2 0-4 6, $4,
F. J. Mahoney and wife to Henry
A. Liob, part of nwq 1.-20-40, $4.
F. .1. Mahoncy and Vlfs to Aloy
■ins De Metaetae, lot E, blk 7, F. i
Mali'iiii-ys subdivision of Lombard*!
add to Tekoa, $^:,0.
Spokane, Portland ft Seattle Hy.
Co., to Clearwater Short Lint- Rail
way Co., right-of-way and station
G. B. Carter, sheriff, to G. W.
flates, part of lot 2, 6-48.
J. H. Culp and wife to llarrold J.
Wright, eh seq sec. 2, part of nwq
swq sec. 1, all In 16-43, $6500.
W. Jj. Striker and wife to Har
rold J. Wright, part of nwq swq, 1
A. L. Smaller Tr., to F. H. Mc-
Croskey, part of eh 34-20-40, $11,
A. B. Dlinkwater aud wife to N.
W. Mcllee, swq sec I 1-15-45, $2000.
J. E. Uutner and wife to Lucy Mc-
Clure, part of Bh swq, 3-17-45, $1800
Thomas 11. Norton and wife to
Albert A. Nyberg et al, swq 2S-! 9
Chas. Schmitt to L. L. Turcotte,
lot 1, bik (1, Fishers add to Palouse,
Harrold J. Wright and wife to Ist
Say. & Trust bank of Whitman Co.,
eh seq 2-16-13, tract in nwq BWq,
1-1 6-43, $GOOU.
P. 11. Ellis to F. I. Campbell, live
James Walkenshaw to John Qavln,
livestock, $15 0.
E. J. Merrill to E. P. McXall and
Wife eh 34-20-40, $2500.
1. \v. Shearer Ex. to J. E. Cole
and wife, lots o, 7, McQee'i subdi
vision of lots 1, 2, sec. ;>-l 1-15, $260.
A. Coo., .ge to C. D. Slow and
wile, part of nh nwo, and nh neq 8-
L 3-45, $1000.
Bank of Farmingtoa to Orvllle
Muck and wile, eh neq 31-19-40, $500
C. U. Chales to E. V. McNall and
w ite, eh 34-20-40.
Wm. Millspaugh to 0. 1). Stevens,
U. C. Barton and wife to John
Horlacher, wh seq, sh neq, 28-16-43,
T. E. Damrell to the public, affi
Oscar E. Nyberg and Albert A.
Young to the public, affidavit.
D. M. Liddle vs. G. R. W. Armes,
W. 11. Tapp to C. D. Slow, nh
nwq, nwq neq, nh neq neq of S-1,.
--44, agreement and lease.
Record of Instruments Filed for Ke
cord, I'riday, August 80, 1000
S. L. Sparks et al, to Chicago Mil
waukee A Puget Sound Ry. Co., dam
ages on lots 3, 4, nh lot 2. blk 6, Mc-
Donald's add, Tekoa, contract, $."»00.
B. E. Stark to L. Dilliughain,
lot 3, blk 53, Maiden, contract, $250.
E. A. Boemeke and wife to Fred
Clark, nwq swq. swq nwq 17, seq
neq, neq seq is, neq soq, tract in
se neq 19, tract in swq nwq 20, all
in 14-It, lease.
A K. Waylaod to J. H. lleiuphell,
tract in seq swq 22-10-44, $2750.
S. A. Weitman and wife to T. J.
Morris, n\\<i 8-13-39, $1200.
E. W. McC iiili and wife to Har
mon Scott and wife, eta lot 2, l>!k 14,
William W. Green and wife to
Frank iMcWilUams, lots 14. 15 oik
21, Oakcsdale, $4500.
Edgar Harvey and wife to H. A.
Spils, teg swq, iwq teg 3-12-46, $3,-
Cfaarlca F. Johnton ond wife to
Rosa N. Porter, blk 2, Rednour'i
add, Oakesilalc, $1700.
L. F. Long and wife to H. K.
Funston, lots 1, 2, blk 2, Lookhart'l
add, rit. John, $1600.
rorne Re»ei u< Quorge UcQneon
and wit ■■•. tract In i-is-45, $m<
iOlizabc tl> K. Dv.i- , al to Chicago
MiU-atiki«e * PUI«t Sound Ry. Co..
i>t nwq ieq 29*10«45 ( *10.
Milwaukee Land Co., to Chicago,
Milwaukee .v Puget Sound R.v. Co.,
tract in seq swq 14-20-42, $1.
William McOlnhan to Carey in
vestment Co., seq 5-19-40 |04«0.
Lyc-urgus H. Collins and wife to
Grans ilk- M. Gilbert, ?h n\vc ;> lots 1,
2, all in 7-1 5-16, $10,000.
Mn. Addle R. O'Connor to James
T. Lawler, lot 1, blk 2, Mckenzie s
3rd add, Pullman, $1.
William K. Houston and wife to
Mary Stcffan, lots 21, 12, 23, blk 10,
Spokane Terrace add, Spokane, $220.
J 1!. E. funston to L. F. Long; «h
lot2,?blk?a, Garfleid, .|2OO. M%
Ben Bader to Advance Tkre9her
Co., machinery, ?2?OS. ?-4
Cyrus Salisbury to Luther Thom
ason,,livestock,,s1 120.ny. nn y *j nlmiiih
J. 6. Pate to Pullman State Bank,
I KKLEASKSJA .YAQIS;
Percy K. Cusseliuan to Walter 11.
Thomas and wife, real mtg.
Sheriff Q. U. Carter vs. Laura O.
Simmons and husband, lot 12, blk
50, Maiden, attachment, $108.
Record of iilstriiiiients Filed for Is«>
-cord Thursday, August 10, 1900
Granviile M. Gilbert and wife to
LyourgUi H. Collins, eh nwq, lots 1,
2, all in 7-15-4G, $2500.
L. J. Snow aud wife to Potlatch
Lumber Co., lot 1, blk 5, McCoy's
2nd add, Oakesdale, $110.
P. K. Mauer to A. H. Averill
Mchy. Co., machinery, $800.
W. E. Kuckle to J. I. Case Thre3h.
Mch. Co., $1182.
Jas. S. Adams to Gilbert Hunt Co.,
C. A. Leighton to Riley B. Hatel?
ft al, real nitgr.
Passumpsic Savings Bank to Calvin
It. Sparks and wife, real mtg.
Dr. S. R. Cham ley to Mrs. Alice
PROCEEDINGS OF THE BOARD OF
OF WHITMAN' COUNT Y,
Pursuant to adjournment, the
Board of County Commissioners of
Whitman County, met
in Special Adjourned Session on the
21st day of August, A. D. 1909. ;
Members present: J. R. Ruply,
Chairman; W. C. McCoy and Samuel
Ellis, County Commissioners.
The special matter coming before
the Board at this time is the Hear
ing on the appeal of James Walters
and others from the decision of the
County Superintendent in the con
solidation of School Districts Nob.
151 and 181. .he question at issue
being the regular lawful procedure
of the County Superintendent in the
matter of this consolidation. After
hearing the evidence submited, the
Board made an order approving the
action of the county Superintendent.
In Hit matter of the claim of L. 1..
Roberts, in the sum of $42.05, which
was allowed at the meeting August
ICth, was again taken up, reconsider
ed and rejected.
An order was made directing the
County Auditor to continue to draw
salary warrant in the sum of $100.
--00 per month for T. J. Welty, the
Deputy County Assessor at the same
time that other salary warrants are
In the matter of the County Board
of Equalization, no applications were
made except two for reduction on real
estate and as the Board has no au
thority to equalize real estate this
year, both the applications were re
jected and the Board of Equaliza
State of Washington,
County of Whitman, ss.
I, Win. M. Duncan, County Audi
tor of Whitman County, State of
Washington, do hereby certify that
the above is a true and correct copy
of the proceedings of the Board of
County Commissioners of said county
and State held August 21, 1909, as
1 verily believe.
In Witness Whereof, I have here
unto set my hand and seal this 23rd
day of August, 1909.
WM. M. DUNCAN, County Audi
tor and Ex-Offlcio Clerk of
the Board of County Commis
sioners of Whitman County,
By D. L. KEMPER, Deputy.
D. M. Moss, vice president of the
First National bank, Seattle, B. W.
Nichols and J. W. Wilson have en
gaged rooms in the new Knutzen
building, Burlington, for opening a
bank, but will later erect a build
Klleusburg Localizer denies the
statement that the Klttitas valley
hay . roj» is a practical failure this
season. That paper states that the
shipments will fall only a small per
centage below those of last year,
ami that the shortage is entirely
coiiliped to unirrigated areas.
The fruii crop of Oregon, as care
fully estimated, ,:• will prove larger
thau has been expected. Apples will
be about an 80 per cent yield of
average, and quality is exrelJopt.Thc
pear crop will be almost double .that
of 1908. but still It will be but about
a 70 per cent yield. Prunes are a
much larger crop than a year 1 ago,
and peaches will be : a'goo-l: yield.
These estimates ■ are ' for the ' entire
state. ":' !iIlf; *Uii;l "~'-:
W. C. Chandler of San Francisco,
and Judge J. S. Cole, of Marshfield,
are preparing to erect a big steel
and concrete structure at Marshfleld.
It will be ..in- or the fln.-st buildings
of the city.
The steam schooner, N'ann Smith,
left Coos Bay during the past few
days with the largest lumber cargo
ever curried from that timber rfet
tlon. It umounted to 2,000,000 feet,
due for San Pedro.
The town of Twisp, Wash, has in
corporated and the following officers
elected: J. M. Risley, mayor; W.
Ruark, Lon Risely, Tom Long. Rick
Burke, B. F. Magee, councilmen; W.
R. Hewlitt, treasurer.
The car shops at Vancouver,
Wash., are working hard to turn out
orders, which have been farmed out
from Tacoma. The new law require
ments in caboose construction makes
changes necessary by October 1.
A hospital and sanitarium is to bt
erected in Rainier, Ore. The plans
are being discussed, and it is stated
that it will be large and will be in
charge of some of the prominent sur
geons and scientists in the country.
The Northern Idaho and Montana
Power company, of Sandpoint, Ida.,
has begun work on a new sub sta
tion at Newport, 2 Bxßo feet, three
stones high, costing $30,000. The
company is soon to start work on a
$160,000 plant in Sandpoint and will
put in a $75,000 dam at Kalispell,
Mont., as Well as a $40,000 tele
The first Bank of Va^e, Ore., has
Increased capital stock to $75,000,
and changed to the United States
A new bank has been organized
at Kuna, Ida., by California and
eastern financiers, being aided by lo
Work has commenced on the Hum
bird bank building in Kootenai, Ida
ho. The building will be one story
hign, 25x50 feet, and will cost
Gehr and Tidmarsh, and the Wen
atchee Realty Co. are planning to
erect a three-story fire proof build
ing in Wenatehee, to cost $75,000.
Two new artesian wells have been
struck near Walla Walla. Four more
wells are being sunk now. The
depth of both gushers is about 600
Friday morning fire broke out in
the First National Bank building at
Albany, Ore., gui^ng it and causing
a loss estimated at $82,000, with in
surance at $61,000. The Blain
Clothing company, the bank and sev
eral law firms were injured chiefly.
The building was one of the best in
the city. Origin of the fire is un
The First National Bank of Al
bany, and other owners of the
building destroyed by fire there, will
erect a new structure, better and
more modern in every way than the
one destroyed on the site of the old
structure. Work has been com
menced on clearing the site.
Articles of incorporation have
been filed for the Lebanon State
bank which will be established at
Lebanon, Ore., this fall. Incorpora
tors are E. B. Day, W. M. Brown
and John M. Stewart. Capital is
$25,000. A site has been secured
and a building will be erected soon.
At a recent meeting of the stock
holders of the Pioneer State bank,
Alinira, Wash., the capital stock Was
increased from $10,000 to $25,000
paid up. The stockholders are: W.
E. Parsons, Spokane; W. R. Cun
ningham, Jr., Spokane; J. C. Keller,
Almira; O. H. Greene and H. E.
Gritman, Rltzville; F. J. Trunk, Al
mira; Henry Johnson and B. W.
The Vancouver Trust & Savings
bank has been authorized by the
state examiner at Vancouver, Wash.
It will enter business September 1,
with a capital of $30,000. The offi
cers are as follows: E. F. Bouton,
president; Frank Eichenlaub, first
vice president and cashier; T. H.
Adams, second vice president; G. D.
Young, secretary; A. H. Fletcher,
treasurer. This Is the fourth bank
for Vanocuver, and is the only sav
ings bank in Clark county and the
only trust company in Southwest-
The S. M. Osborn portable saw
mill, located on the north fork of
the Newaukum river was destroyed
by fire last week, entailing a lose
of $5,000, including lumber de
The Oregon City foundry at Ore
gon City was practically destroyed
by fire last Thursday, $12,wu worth
of patterns being ruined. The Ore
gon City iron works adjoining were
A loss of over $14,000 was caused
in Anatone, Wash., recently by a
| fire which destroyed a meat market,
newspaper plant and hotel. W. Sny
cJ.ts harn-ss store was damaged to
jthe extent of $100, also George Mar
j row's barber shop.
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