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Records of Whitman County
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1912
Farmers and Merchants , State
Bank to D. J. Altlce. lot 19, blk 17,
S. A. Douglas and wife to Farmers
and Merchants State Bank, lot 19,
blk 17, Maiden, $1.
A. M. Foreman and wife to J. C.
Murphy, lots 1. 2, blk 10, Maiden,
Milwaukee Land Co. to S. A. Dig
glns et al., lot 19. blk 17. Maiden.
F. K. Sanger to Jeanette V. San
ger, lot 5, McGee's subdivision of |
seq 32-15-45. $1.
John W. Flesher and wife to Jean
ette V Sanger, lot 5, .McGee's sub
division of Beg 32-15-45. $1800.
Lucy E. Dickey to D. E. Foster,
lot 2, Monroe street add. Pullman,
. Craig A. Gilbert to .lesso O. Will
lams, lot 12. blk 7, Anderson's add.
Lot A. Collyer and husband to
Josephine Akers, lots 6. 7, blk 4,
Chambers add, Pullman, $4 000.
Henry Hollstein and wife- to Han
nah V. Plerson, tract In Farmington,
D. J. Altlce to Farmers and Mer
chants State Bank, lot 19. blk 17,
D. B. Putman and wife to Albert
S. Wilson, pt lot 8, blk 2. Lawrence
and Holbrook's add, Pullman, $2000.
A. V. Ball to Michel Bier, lot I.
eh lot 6, all lots 7. 8, 9, 10, 11. 12,
blk 16, Ferguson's Ist add, Colton,
C. D. Rinke/ et al. to J. I. Case
Threshing Mch. Co., automobile,
Mon Alexander to F. M. Sever, ad
ministrator, live stock, $72.
R. J. Huntley et al. to Mrs. F. 11.
Witte, crop on pt seq 29, pt swu 28
Wm. Wahl to H. A. Morford, live'
stock, 2-3 crop on pt 28-15-4 $979.
E. P. Sharp to St. John State
Bank, live Block, 2-3 crop on pt neq
10, nwq 11-18-41, $250.
E. H. Letterman to Ed R. Young
and wife, real mtg.
Geo. W. Taylor to J. C. Dobsou.
Thos. Halpln to C.eo. XV. Metcalf.
D M. Stairs to H. L. Livingston.
Sh udy Bros, to R. K. Pless. chat.
Y D. M. Stairs to H. L Livingston
and wife, real mtg.
H. T. Luecken to C. C. Spencer
H. A. Morford to Wm. Wahl. chat.
f. Bills of Sale
Geo. Hughey et al to J 11, .I on
sen, live stock, $500.
Dugglns and Terzieff to 1). J. Al
tlce, saloon fixtures, $1.
G. W. Pierce vs. J. L. Canull, 235
sacks of wheat, 60 sacks barley on
wh 31-15-42. lien, $101.
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1912 .
Ferdinand A. Davis and wife to F.
J. Waymlre, wh lot 4, blk 62, Col
Phoebe A. Reaney to Frank Parr,
pt lot 14, blk 6, Reaney's add, Pull
Louis Fisher to Susan Jane \far
ren, lot 9, blk 3. McDonald's aid.
U. V. Butler and wife to Jas V.
Ebbert, wh swq 1, eh seq 2-18-4 5,
Fannie F. Worthy and husband to
Lee Hunt, lots 7. 8. blk 10. Elberton.
H. H. Davis and wife to Citizens
State Bank, sh nwq lot 4 of 17-20-16,
K. W. Martin to Robt. T. Thome,
live stock, machinery, etc., $1500.
C. W. VanDyke to Wllmer Dwyer
and Stone, live stock, 2-3 crop on pt
sections 18, 19 ln 20-42. $310.
Gus A. Kllngenberg to timet
Dwyer & Stone, crop neq 5-19-4 2
$588. , v
Jos. 8. Lee to H. C. Fisher, grains
In chop mill. $450.
Jacob Heidlnger to Colfax Na
tional Bank, live stock, $1050.
H. H. Davis to Citizens dlate Bank
Pullman State Bank to C. M.
Waters et al., real mtg.
Geo. D. Brown to U. V. Butler,
H. C. Fisher to J. M Hartley
Colfax National Bank to J. T. Ar
lasmith. chat; to Jacob Heldenger.
Levi Ankeny to Ivan Chase, chit
Whitman Implement Co. to D M,
8. E. Hunton to Chas. O. Davis
conditional bill of sale.
Bills of Bale
Jacob Heidlnger to C. J Ochs, ir
.-■*•■•■■ ..-_!■*__•*■_ ■■ y • "■"■* ' - _<■ _'r ■- - s r
' T.-rest in lease and 120, acres Mtntn»r
MJarellaneou's. I »"' "\ •
George j Houglandc' vs. Herbert K.
< liver et al., lis pendens.
OCTOBER 4. 1912
■■■■■"■■ Deed* «.- — £*mm
1 Morrow Land Co. to J. L. .Moran
lot 6, blk 3, Morrow Land Co.'s Ist
add, Maiden, $150.
John J. Bell to Frank L., Snyder,
*h neq, wh seq 14-17-39, $1.
Frank L Snyder and wife to John
I ■'. Bell, tract in neq swq 20-17-40,
John T. Simpson and [t.'lte to John
E. Turnbow, sh nwq, pt. nwq nwq
'15-17-4 5. 16800. ,
F'izabeth A. Kllgore mil liusl/ind
t<> Adelaide S. HargrHve, tract in
North Downing Gulch Creek, $200
Robert B. Guinea to Mary A.
..'allies, tract ln St. John, $800.
Charles C. Haynes and wife to Get/.
XV. Case, Jr., pt 29-18-4 J, $150.
J panel te V. Sanger Ir John XV.
Fisher and wife, lot 5, McGee's sub
division of seq 32-15-45. except
J. L. Morgan and wife to A. E.
Cook, lot 6, blk 3, Morrow Land Co. I
add, Maiden. $300.
Elmer K. Shandler to St. John
State Bank, live stock, machinery,
2-3 crop on nh 7-18-42, $375.
C. Howard to Security State Bank,
live stock, $120.
S. E. Walker to Colfax State
Bank, live stock, machinery. 2-3
crop on eh 13-18-41, $500.
S. A. Wletman to Bank of Rosalia!
crop on pt neq seq 10-20-43, pt neq
S. A. Weitman to Bank of Rosalia
live stock, machinery, $900.
Christ Huether and wife to Bank
of Rosalia, live stock, machinery,
John Lauteaschleger et al. to
Henry Helm, live stock, machinery!
2-3 crop on land rented, $2000.
S. A. Weitman to John Weitmani
live stock, $750.
Winnifred S. Wymau to Puilnan
Development Co., real mtg.
Win. W. Bass to Chas. C. Haynes,
Wm. A McEachren to J. E. Bur
master and wife, real mtg.
Samuel H. Gale to D S. Slier,
Farmers State Bank to Hairy
Krom and wife, real mtg.
Farmers State Bank to Th nla
Matsger, real mtg.
Rumbaugh and Henry to A. C.
Farmers and Merchants Bank to
Jas. Lowery, two chats; to C. W.
Pullman State Bank to L A. Way
man, two chats.
John McCance to J. C. Palm el;
Farmers State Bank to J. c. Pal
Conditional Bills of Kale
Chalenor aud Saylor to J. W. Dunn
et al. engine and saw, $100.
E. E. Champlin and wife to C. 1.
Snyder, nh, seq 32-15-4?, lease.
,E. R. Sheldon to the public, -wo
affidavits of renewal of eh it.
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 5. ' 191:
Win. M. Sever et ux. to M. J.
Davis, lot 11. blk 32, Ind Syndicate
add, Guy, $66.
B. Kuhn and wife to Marshal C.
Hundley, lot 8, blk 8, resurvey of
A. J. Davis and wife to Philip
Morasch, neq 32-16-41, $1.
D. W. Morgan to T. J. Compton,
swq 9, all 17-15-40, lease.
Edward Hostetter and wife to
Anna M. Eveleth, nwq 35-IS-44.
Philip Morasch and wif' to Bank
of Endicott, neq 32-16-41 $3001
Elmer L. Burnham and wife to
Ethen E. Smith. seq 34-20-4 2,
W. M. Anderson to P".e 'fie States
Telephone and Telegraph Co., pobs.
cables, etc., $1500.
J. L. Williams to Colfax st it-
Bank, live stock. $150.
T. J. Compton to Farmers °tate
Bank of Colfax, 2-3 crop on sw.i it.
all 17-15-40, $1000.
J. G. Hodgen to C. V. Hodgen.
live stock. 2-3 crop _\\ nt 10-1!'-'2.
S. A. Johnson to St. John State
Bank, live stock and two-thirds crop
wh 7-18-41, $400.
Etheu E. Smith to Henry L. Lind
ley and wife, real mtg.
W. S. Imbler .to H. 8. Hull. chat.
Farmers State Bank of Colfax to
P. M. Blllupß, real mtg
L. O. Willey with Margaret E.
Willey, community property agree
ment ; " ■;
I Fray and Ely vs. J. K. Martin,
crop on Eray and Ely land, Hen,
%. Arrasmith Threshing Co. vs. J.
A. Waggoner, crop on nh 17, pt seq
17-17-44. lien, $100.
'M Abraham Aschenbrenner vs. J. K.
Martin, crop on heq 12. nh 13-17
--39, lien, $8.
MONDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1912
L. D.;. Copeland;to Lula F. Cope
land, sh neq 24-16-45. pt swq 13
--16-45, $4800. :yi'i.
Samuel C. Armstrong and wife to
Medora Kincaid, lota* 1, 2. nh lot 3,
blk 17, Colfax, tract. In ; Colfax,
t America C Brara«d to L 0. Crow,
ptllots 4. 5. »>lk ;4, Reane>v's 2nd
add, Pullman. $2100. \ fSli '
Mary J. Davidson to Clement I.
Roberts and wife, sh lot 3, blk 7.
Reaney's add. Pullman. $1000.
. '■_ Jos. O. Catleti and wife to Sanford
.Moore, tract In.Winona. $400.
. Frank P. Potter to E. M. : Brown
and wife, lots 1, 2, blk 2, lots 1, 2.
3, 4. 5, 6. blk 4, Brown's add, Oakes
T. P. Fothergill and wife to Giant
McCann, nwq, wh, neq neq 10-20-4 5,
neq 9. lots 1, 2 of 3-20-45, except,
Oakesdale Cemetery Ass'n.
John Slenknecht, lot 69, blk
Oakesdale cemetery, $10.
Wm. Aschenbrene.r et ux. to IT. L
Ettlnger, swq. sh neq, sh nwq 6-16
L. C. (row wife to R.-H. HIU,
pt lots 4, 5, blk 4. Reaney's 2nd add,
John J. Hell to Jus. C. Vanskike,
tract hi f-wq 20-17-4). $500.
Harry E. Jordan to Maggie C. Ba^
geant. nh 27. sh 22-19-40, $2000.
Jas. Lyon to Farmers Stat* Hank
of Colfax, live stock, $7635.
B. F. Childress to -National Bank
of Oakesdale, crop on sh neq 26-19
--43, swq 36-19-43, nh seq 35-19-43,
Lon. L. Ellis to National Bank of
Oakesdale, live stock, etc.. $800.
S. A. Weitman to Wilmer, Dwyer,
Helmer Co., crop on neq 16, neq swq
S. A. Weitman to Wllmer, Dwyer.
Helmer Co.. live stock. $829.
Thos. 1. Robnett to Bank of Wi
nona, live stock, crop on neq 6-16
F. W. Bailey to Max Hlnricha,
live stock, crop on nwq 10-14-44. pt
swq 3-14-44. $600.
C. W. Green! to L. R. Jones,* 2-3
crop on nwq 22-19-4 1, $500.
A. C. Miller'to Leslie L Smith,
live stock, 2-3 crop on eh eh 22-18
B. G. Trull to Leslie L. Smith,
live stock, 1500 bushels wheat on
sections 15, 16 in 18-40, $750.
Scottish Canadian Trust, Ltd.,
to Wm. M. Daniels, real mtg.
Maggie Bageant to John B. Ba
geant. real mtg. *.
Leslie L Smith to A. C Miller,
chat. " -' * \y'■-■_■
Harvey and Regan to G. '.'M.
Squires,, chat. '"^
Bank of Winona to T. I. Robt ie\
C. V. Km hi to A. C. Veura, condi
tional bill of -.ale.
Bills of Sale
Lula F. Copeland to L. D. Cope
land, live stock etc.. $687.
Conditional Bills of Sale
Tull and Glbbs to C. F. Hagerty,
household furnishings, $130.
McCaskey Register Co. to Albion
Pharmacy, register, $98.
Mary C. King vs. Jacob Heidi nger
et al., crop on wh seq, swq neq, seq
nwq 2-15-42, lien, $481.
Wm. Acheson vs. J. K. Martin,
crop on seq 12, nh 13-17-39, lien,
Geo. Martin and wife vs. J. K.
Martin, crop on seq 12, nh 13-17
--39, lien, $130.
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1912
Oliver Hall to Iver Moan, nh lot
33, blk 1, 2nd add, Colfax cemetery,
Melissa P. Vaile to Alice B. Brett,
blk 13, 14, Falrview add. Pullman,
i iWm. Deary and wife to Washing
ton Idaho Ry. Co.. pt lot 11 of 1-16
Mary Pears to 11. E. Hill, wh lot
7. blk 1, Farmington, $825.
Pullman Development Co. to In
ternational Mtg. Bank, pt lota 2, 3,
blk 6, Reaney's add, Pullman";
C. Quesnell and wife to D. F. Rae,
pt 22-17-45, $1650.
* Chattel Mortgages
John B. Brown to D. W. Adams,
live stock, $200.
J. F. Stott to Colfax State Bank,
live stock, crop on nh 23-16-41. half
Interest in sh sh 14-16-41, $500.
Victor Pearson et al. to Security
State Bank, live stock, machinery,
crop on lots 1, 2. 3, 4, eh neq 26-16
--4«, eh 14-16-45, $1700.
C. E. Cram to Colfax National
Bank, live stock, machinery, crop on
sh nwq 1-14-41, swq 6-14-42, $400.
. Lew Williams and wife, to Farm
ers State Bank of Colfax, live stock,
$400. v 5 >>'f m
4 i Albert A. Caldwell- to- Felix Magee,
live stock. $Bi/4':'^H"rv .'■■•';> B,:-t£«f#'
Bank of Colfax, crop on swq 16-16-
Bank :of tCSolfax.crop on 16-16
--44, live stock, $2828.
M. D. Brandon to Colfax'" National
Bank, live, stock, 2-3 crop on 7, wh 5
nwq 8, nwq nwq 18-13-39. pt neq
ii J. A. Myers to Farmers State Bank
of Johnson; live:stock, $372. \';
\ E. M. Johnson to .Wheeler:; Motter
Co., live stock. $167."" '
... g y. Release!*
> :;! Farmers and Merchants State
Bank to C. W.i Green et al., chat.
C. R. Higgs to Gus A. Kllngen
zerg, chat: to Jas. Lowrey, chat.
Rills of Sale
'. Joe . East' fo' Warner j Implement
Co., machinery. $200.
j Geo. S. Smith to Ben Lustig, show
outfit, $100 v .
- - Miscellaneous
E. F. Coddlngton to the public,
WEDNESDAY.. OCTOBER 9, 1912
p. W. Miiburn to p. C. McDonald,
lot 4. blk 2, pt lot 5. blk 3. Pa
louse orchards, $9000.
James Gordon to J. K. and E. J.
Gordon, neq. nh nwq 7-19-42, swq.
wh seq 6-19-4 2, lease.
John P. Kenoyer and wife to First
State Bank of LaCrosse. nwq 26-15
--40, $1500. •
diet tei Mortgages
J. E. Gordon et al. to James Gor
don, live stock, Implements, crop on
neq, nh swq 7-19-42, $2595.
Henry Konscher to St. John State
Bank, live stock, 2-3 crop on sh neq,
nh.seq 24-18-41. $400.
R. L. Kllgore! to XV. XV. Loomis
and Co., 120 bushels wheat on nwq
10-18-41, $67. •; • '•■,:■:
E. L. Jeremiah et al.: to Gilbert
Hunt Co., machinery, $3100.
D. M. Purdy to Security National
Bank of Cheney, live stock, machin
J. Stucky et a), to Pullman State
Bank, 2300 bushels wheat In mill at
Peter Adrainson to First State
Bank of LaCrosse, live stock, $350.
Grand Lodge of Washington, A. O.
U. W., to M. T. Johnson et ux., real
Minnie E. Armstrong to 1). M.
Click, real mtg. ; : . y
Lamont State Bank, to Laura A.
Kinney, real mtg.
Ida B. Christian to John Fohr
man, real ratg.
Augusta M. Jenkins to Wm. Red
raon. real mtg.
H. P. Repp to John Lieuweber,
Jas. Gordon to J. E. Gordon, two
';' R. B. Games to Geo. M. Rhoads,
| Shoudy Bros, to R. W. Emert,
Endicott Drug Co. to Adam
Shaw and Borden to Will R. Heg
lar. conditional bill of sale.
Conditional Bills of Sale
National Cash Register Co. to F.
L. Moulton, register, $50.
Mark F. Jones and Sons Piano CO.
to Mrs. F. If. Zimmerle, piano, $300.
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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1912
Jas. A. Anderson and wife to E.
G. Chandler, pt blk 6, Anderson's
add, Rosalia, $1850.
Louisa Jane Hibbs to Walter L.
Knight, lots 1, 2, blk 2, McCroskey'3
3rd add, Garfield, $3000.
Walter L. Knight and wife to Mrs.
Effle Poindexter. lots I, 2, blk 2.
McCroskey's 3rd add, Garfield,
Medora Kincaid to Arthur Cox,
lots 1. 2, nh lot 3. blk 17, Colfax,
tract in nwq nwq 14-16-43, $2800.
E. G. Chandler and wife to Jas. A.
Anderson, pt blk 6, Anderson's add..
Jesse G. Clark and wife to Wm.
Verheijen, blk 29, Lombard's idd.
B. F. Mitchell and wife to First
Savings and Trust Bank of Whitman
county, sh neq 32-17-44. except,
M. C. Taylor and wifo to Farmers
State Bank of Colfax, neq neq 26
--17-43, $3500. • •■'■'■■
John J. Pearsons and wife to J. P.
Sorenson, lots 2, 3, 4, 5, seq nwq,
wh swq neq 6-15-54, $2000.
John Sidler and wife to Farmers
State Bank of Colfax, pt section 23,
nwq 24-15-41, $2200.
'■■ H. S. Hull to R. B. Games, live
stock, $304. ;>.v
Homer G. Williams to Mrs. Annie
Fields, 2-3 crop on 5-15-40, wh 7-15
T. A. Ringer to Colfax National
Bank, live stock, 2-3. crop on seq. sh
swq 30-19-48, $400.
B. E. Farley to D. T. Farley, live
stock. 2-3 crop on pt 33-14-44,
.1 E. H. Ochs to Bank of Winona,
live stock, $200. -. ; "'■%%},
M. C. '■_■ Taylor / etjr ax. |to ,-' Farmei •
State Bank of Colfax, live stock,
etc., $3600. ... .
Emll/ Johnson to First Savings
and Trpst Bank of Whitman county,
live stock, 2-3 crop on pt 12, pt 7 lit
17-43, $6539. *
,D. T. Farley to First National
Bank of Pullman, live stock, ma
Ernest C. Hunton to Steptoe State
Bank, live stock. 18 • acres of wheat,
A. R. Vannice to Colfax National
Bank, live stock. implements, 2-3
crop on pt sections 18, 19, 20. 21 in
M. E. Schreok to J.. M. McGiffonl.
Tobias Mosler to Ceo. W. Strange
et al., real mtg. |
J. D. Butler to Gus A. Kllngeu
First State Bank of LaCrosse to
Petter Adrianson, A. S. Doan, C. O.
Curtis, David Sutton. C. E. Stone,
L. M. Merrick, to W. H. Clark, John
Stokes, I. D. Wallace and David Sut
F. P. Connell to H. 11. Davis, chat.
Pink Greer to A. L. Nichols, chat.
Farmers State Bank of Colfax to
Lew Williams, Sam Rode et al. and
A. E. Ritter, chats.
Colfax State Bank to F. If. Dyer,
First National Bank to A. Ecclea,
three chats; to Alfred Eccles, chat.
Mary K. Low Hirst to J. A. Per
kins, power of attorney.
Superior Court Proceedings
State vs. M Gardner-Order for
Eldredge E. Champlln vs. H. P.
Nichols et al. —Trial and argument
before the court and the matter
taken under advisement.
White Sewing Machine Co. vs.
James E. Rellly—Order overruling
Whitman Implement Co. vs. Wash
ington Hardware and Implement
Dealers Mutual Fire Insurance Asso
ciation-Order of dismissal.
Holt Manufacturing Co. vs.
George E. Swannack et ux.—Order
Netherlands American Mortgage
Bank vs. John E. Wallace et al. —
Order overruling demurrer.
State vs.! Shields East— Order for
W. H. Lacey vs. S. A. Bodine—
Order for dismissal.
W. H. Lacey vs. Springfield Fire
Insurance Co., garnishment—Order
Viola R. Dodson vs. Francis <!.
Dodson -Trial; decree of divorce.
Aultman & Taylor Machine Co. vs.
James Lyons—Order of dismissal.
F. E. Owens vs. D. M. GHck et ..1.
—Satisfaction of judgment. I
F. E. Owens vb. D..M. Gllck et al.
—Satisfaction of judgment.
Alexander Kindness vs. C. 11. Cor
yell—Trial before the court; judg
ment granted against the defendant
in the sum of $218.70.
State vs. M. Gardner—Order for
State vs. Charles Collard—Con
tinued for trial to first day of next
jury term upon stipulation of res
State vs. C. V. Drazan—Continued
for trial to first day of next Jury
term upon stipulation of respective
Bank of Santa Maria vs. W. N.
Perclval and E. N. Brushwood—De
dendant Brushwood . failing to ap
pear In answer to citation, ordered
that default be entered against him
and that attachment issue for the
person of defendant Brushwood.
Matter of Petit Jury—Order to
draw 36 additional names for Octo
State vs. Riley Robey—Order for
State vs. George Brown et al. -
Order for witnesses.
TREATING SEED WHEAT FOR SMUT
The purpose of treating wheat is to destroy the smut spores, or seeds.
of the smut plant, which are mixed with the seed wheat either as loo*
spores scattered over the surface and among the hairs on the ends of the
kernels, or as unbroken smut balls. There are several solutions which
will kill smut spores when they are soaked in these solutions, the pri"'
clpal ones being formalin (1 lb. to 45 gallons water) and bluestone or
vitriol, (1 lb. to 4 gallons water), j These solutions must be made up care
fully in these proportions to be certain that they will kill smut spores.
Recent investigations by the Plant Pathologist of the State Experi
ment Station, at Pullman, Washington, show, however, that unbroken
smut-balls can be soaked In these-solutions for several hours, even untl
until they become soaked so as to settle to the bottom of the solution,
without killing any considerable part of the spores which they contain-.
When one of these smut-balls is broken, millions of the live spores »i*
liberated. Spores from smut-balls which had been soaked ten hours , «
vitriol solution germinated readily when put into moist soil. ."
To secure clean seed wheat, therefore, the unbroken smut-balls m 1"
be removed during the treatment, or they will certainly be broken
the seeder and the wheat reinfected with live smut spores. The cofflßo^
practice of dipping the seed wheat while in sacks Into the solution do*
not permit the removal of smut-balls. Treatment should always be is ,
open. tank or smut-machine, where the wheat can be thoroughly s»r
up and the smut-balls skimmed off as fast as they float to the surf*
i The only sure way to hare clean seed la to remove all unbrok*
smut-balls during th* treatment. , ,^--.;7v
Margaret Mars* ai.\g~T"""~
Fisher et al.—ieH***nlttnr froj > C"
Kf • • .. ,Rom |l_
supreme court. ■.: / Q*.
Matter of the Wetlt J Ury _^
to draw 30 addition^ rors A**?
October term, j : r th«
State vs. Otha "CockrelWrial __.
lore a Jury; verdict guUty "*
J. M. Mahney vs. Thomas H p. =
lis et Remittitur from the „
preme court affirms the decision' !i
the superior court. ' \
M. W. Fockler et al. yg. A
Sliger— Bond for garnishment **
Minnie Hardesty vs. Solomon
Hardesty—Decree of divorce.
potlatch Lumber Co. vs. J it'?'
Order of default. "'}«'' **
Alpowa Orchard Co. vs.;j ac ob H
Watson et -Order on motion to
Charles H. Van Schoick vs. Etta
Hoffman et al.—Order of default
Bertln & Lepori vs. M. (lardmr--
Order of default; findings; j uds .
ment against the defendant.
Matter of Petit Jury—Order to
draw 30 additional names. '•
State vs. Otha Cockrell—Verdict"
guilty as charged; to be sentenced
October 21 at 10 a. _.
State vs. Shields East— On motion
of the State case continued to De
cember 16 for trial and bond fixed
Matter of Petit Jury—-Order to
draw 60 additional jurors. __"i
• ,: • _
Estate of Jeremiah S. Dallas-
Bond of (administration; letters of
administration issued to Charles J,
Guardianship of Jean F. Lounda
gin—Bond of guardian; letters Is
sued to John F. Loundagin.
Estate of Edward F. Crimes—Or
der dispensing with 'appraisement
Estate of Joseph M. Copenhaver-.
Order setting time for hearing on
report of sale of real estate.
Estate of Nancy Ellen McClure—
Order admitting will to probate and
appointing H. S. McClure executor
without bond; certificate of proof of
will; order appointing appraisers.
Estate of Hugh Broderick—Ord"r
Insanity of Ludv.ig Anguer, age
17 Committed to the Hos
pital at Medical Lake; order for pay
ment of costs.
Guardianship of Jennie M. Stone
et al. —Order appointing Charles ',V.
Sterle guardian; guardian's bond
Guardianship of Belva Drew -Or
der confirming sale of real estate.
Estate of Ida Clarke— Order ap
pointing administrator and appoint
Estate of Sarah 0. Bragg—Peti
tion for letters of administration;
order fixing time for hearing peti
Estate of Charlotte M. Thorne—
Order fixing time for settlement of
final account; order to show cause
Estate of Edith Davidson—Order
appointing Oliver Hall administra
tor upon his filing a bond In the Bin
of $1000. / .
M. W. Griffith vs. O. P. Hal re-
Action for money due.
C. O. Anderson vs. James T.
Woody—Action for money 'due in
William E. Fortner, administrator
of the estate of Lillie J. Langley, de
ceased, vs. John M. Hughes et si — .
Action for possession of personal
M. W. Griffith, trustee of Spring-
Bton Lumber Co., vs. M. R. Matlock
—Action for* money due on note, i
M. W. Fockler et al. vs. Adau
Sliger—Action for money v due on
M. W. Fockler et al. vs. W. C.
Morrow et al. as "Bank of Wlnoni"
Bertln & Leporl vs. M.. Gardner-
Action for: money due on account.
M. XV. Fockler et al. vs. Bank of
Winona, a banking corporation-
George B. Lane vs. John H. Hill"
—Foreclosure of chattel mortgage
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