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NOVEMBER 10, 1019
Christian Ringer and Adstn Ring
er, to W. J. Morripon; pari nwq 12
Matilda Br'nk to Addle 1;. Mac-
Leod, Bessie L. Hutchison and Harry
S. Brink, swq 3-1 in except, $1. "
_ Carrie Brown to W. li. Brown.
tract 5-14-4 5, part 4-14-4.-., si.
1'"- P. Arms to Caroline K. Olson.
lots 1. 2, blk 10, lot 2, I,lk 9, Parr's
3rd add Pullman, exes $900.
W. O. Palmer to Alv.ih Walden,
lot 4, blk :;. Smith's add, Pine City,
Citizens State Bank to Western
Loan & Building Co., lots 4. 5, blk
3, Lombard's add. Tekoa; lot 7. blk
I, Lombard's add. Tekoa, $1.
E. .1. Langdon to G. H. Mondt. neq
Elizabeth Moller, Admr., to 1. V.
: Moller, lots 4 to 10, lots 15 and 16.
25, 26, 35, 36, 42, 45, Boone's add.
S. R. Catlow to lames M. and C.
11. Davis, pari 31.-19-42, part 6-18
•las. A. Judson to .las. M. ami
Clarence 11. Davis, part 8-39, $1.
Anna M. Weltz to Peter Green, nh
of neq 26-17-41, $1.
Perry S. Baldwin to. (1. W. Koontz,
lots Ml. 17. blk 18, lot 7, blk 7,2.
Wm. W. Shlrrell to John B. Cock
ing, part Interest in lots 1. _, 7 to
l". of 5-16-4 I. $17,436,
Henry Luft to Conrad Bidel, part;
'.'-1 7-11. pt 10-17-41, $34,500.
C. B. Stewart to Judson W. Archi
bald, part 24, 25, 26, in 12-45, $53,
Melvin D. Overby to Wm. Duling
and Wm. C. Bishop, part Sec. 8 and
17. in 17-45, $34,068.
Vera Miller to Melvin D. Overby,
part Sees. 8, 17, in 17-45, $28,390.
G. H. Mondt to S. J. Boone, tracts
36-17-45, except, tracts 12, 6, of
Sunnyside Orchard Tracts, Palouse,
Caroline F. Olson to Martin Olson,
lots 1. 2, blk 10. lot 2, blk 9, Fair's
3rd add, Pullman, except, $800.
Ray Steams to M. L, Baxter, part
Walter Gross to A. L. Hill, part
28-17-45, except, $6500.
John E. Cocking to Tillie Guske,
part 5-16-44. $10,000.
Conrad Bidel to Henry Luft, part
9, 10, in 17-41, $12,500.
Jcdson W. Archibald to Henry Od
berg and Louis Odberg, part 24, 25,
-o', in 12-45, $33,000.
Melvin D. Overby to Union Trust
Co.. part 8, 17, in 17-45, $17,000.
W. H. Lawson to O. D. McKeehen,
live stock, farm Implements, crop pt
21. 22, 23, and 2 in 45-5, $6500.
Frank E. Jones to M. F. Muncey,
live stock, farm implements, pt crop
on Sees. 5, 7, in 42-5, $800,
J. W. Allendar, Inc., to Downen
Realty Co., furniture, fixtures, equip
ment in bldg lots 8, 9, blk 7, Pull
W. Tureman to Citizens State
Bank, live stock, farm implements,
pt of crop in Benewah Co., $4000.
M. E. Varner to Citizens State
Bank, live stock, farm Implements,
C. S. Schmick to First State Bank,
La Crosse, live stock, farm imple
ments, crop on part 20-16-44, $1600.
B. A. Ish to Calvin Eugene Wil
son, real -mtge, Clifford W. West.
Joe Hodgson to .las. A. Nelson,
part 23, 26 in 15-40, part crop.
F. W. Benner *o James A. Nelson,
part 14, part 23-15-40, one-third of
crop. * -:
McGoldrlck Lumber Co. vs. The
Community Milling Co., bldg. ma
terial. Endicott, $2548.
United States to O'Dell Bishop,
wh of nwq 28, nh of neq 29 in 13-44.
Colfax National Bank to First Say.
& Trust Bank, Whitman Co., real
mine, Chas J. Feenan, $20,000.
Chas. Corbett to John D. Ellis,
real mtge, $2250.
' First State Bank, Lc. Crosse, to E.
T. Woods, real /ntge, $2568.
W. J. Morrison to Philip H. Scott,
real mtge, $600.
Provident Trust Co. to Geo. W.
Sparks, real mtge., $525.
Pullman Say. & Loan Ass'n to Ida
W. Glaze, real mtge.
New World Life Insurance Co. to
Herbert A. Hoover, real mtge,
Vermont Loan & Trust Co. to Rob
ert T. Cox, real mtge.
Calvin Eugene Wilson, Marion Me
('lei lan Wilson and Paul Mendelson
Wilson to Clifford S. West, real
, Farmers Supply Co. to J. H. Butts,
Conditional Skill of Sale
Lou Hedges to Frank i. Barker,
H. ii Alvls to i: R. Bailey, auto,
Champion Register Co. to E. A.
Stover, register, etc., $2555.
NOVEMBER 12. 1919
United States to James A Powe,
sh of nwq, lots I, 2, of 5-15-16.
United States to Robert E. Mat
lock, neq 18-18-43.
United States to Marcus N'odine,
Wilbur S. earslej to The Public,
well acquainted with Gracia B.
American Baptist Home Mission
Society to Grant McCann, tract 19
! . S. J. Abbott to H. S. Curtis, lots
i 1 to 4, blk 50, Gill's add, Garfield,
Tucker Duncan to T. J, Smith, lot
I I, blk 6, Maiden, $50.
Herman Zitsch to Tucker Duncan,
lot I l, blk, Maiden, $1.
Ceo. r. Harper to W. 11. Means,
pt 6-1 7-40, $2600.
R. L. Heaton to L. F. Shirley,
tract 20-13-44, $1.
R. L. Heaton to L. iv Shirley, part
I 25-13-44, except. $11400.
11. C. Fisher to H. W. Terhune,
part lot .",. blk l, Blackhurst &
j Hurd's add, Si. John. $1.
J. E. .Moore to W. A. Jessmore,
lots 5, 6, blk I, LaCrosse, $1.
Glenn C. Glitches to. A. 11. Over
smith, lots 1 to 3, part nwq 32, part
31 In 16-46, $1.
S. A. Cook and Blair Chrisholin
to Wm. Torney, tract I, Sheehan's
Proposed add, Farmlngton, $1600.
Homer W. Hanford to Chas. F.
Zimmerman, part 10-20-44, $20,000.
W. W. Gragg to Win. L. Torpey.
tract In Farmlngton, $1.
Edw. Harrison to Harvey A. Cop
ner. part 1-17-45, $2000.
A. A. Kraft to Schwenne-Thill
Inc., lots 1, east 32 ft of lot 2, blk
8, Colton, $1.
A. A. Kraft to Schewenne-Thill
Inc. lpts 7, 12, blk 5, Uniontown, $1.
G. Allen Mason to Andrew D.
Hale, wh 24-18-42, $37,600.
John Scheuermann to Bank of En
dlcott, lot 14. blk 3, H. D. Smith's
add. Endicott, $2000.
('has. S. Johnson to Federal Land
Bank, Spokane, part 14-18-44,
Wm. A. Bidle to Wm. J. Cunning
ham, tract neq 23-16-44, $2000.
Neome Ella Thomas to Ella U.
Letterman. seq of swq 9-15-45,
Chas. E. Bowen to Vermont Loan
& Trust Co.. eh of 34-19-39, $7000.
Chas. E. Bowen to Vermont Loan
& Trust Co., eh 4-111-39, $525.
Rolland H. Stanke to Marias O.
Bailor, part 15-19-44, $10,000.
Frank Clement, W. A. Cokley to
W. A. Clutter,, nwq 17-19-45, $8000.
Jessie Hill to Josie McCune, part
4, part nwq 15-46*, $4000.
Cash X. Gaddis to First Say. &
Trust Bank, Whitman Co., half int.
in tract in Pullman, $6500.
Harvey A. Copner to Edw. Harri
son, eh of seq of nwq 1-17-45,
Chas. F. Zimmerman to Commer
cial State Bank, Oakesdale, swq 10
Chas. W. Haines to New World
Life Insurance Co., eh 35-15-41, part
2-14-4 1. except, $12,000.
P. V. Raster to P'ne City State
Bank, live Stock, farm implements,
P. V. Rasler to Pine City State
Bank, crop pt 14-19-41, $3746.
Walter and Floyd Carmin to J. A.
Carniiu, live stock, farm implements,
John Schuermann to Bank of En
dicott, two-thirds crop pt 10-15-41,
Jack Gritman to R. 11. Hill, two-:
thirds int. crop part 17-16-45,
Jack Gritman to R. H. Hill, live
stock,, farm implements, $2310,
Colby. Harper to Farmers National
Bank, live stock, farm Implements,
..-thirds Int. in crop part 9, 10, 16
in 15-42, $2300.
W. W. Snowhill to G. L. Heglar.
farm implements, $1600.
Peter Litzenberger to Adam Kle
weno, live stock, farm Implements,
two-thirds crop on pert 21, 22 li 18
--41, $9350. '■*
Frank Oswald to First National
Bank, St. John, live stock, farm im
plements, two-thirds int. crop pt 24
. E. P. Martin and Frank Martin to
Lamont State Bank,, part 6, 12 in j
19-39, $2000. '
E. P. and Frank Martin to La
mont State Bank, live stock, farm
S. I* Hastings to S. O. Allen, neq
THE PULLMAN' HERALD
Adam Klewcno to Peter Litzen
berger. swq 22. aoqll in 18-4 1, one
H. J. Bebtermaa to John Scheuer
mann, part nwq 10-16-41, crop.
OosiSrnct to Sell
Between Arlo Urlch to Chas. A.
Lundblom, part 8-20-46, $7500.
Lake D. WolforsJ to Lara L. Do
neen, real mtge.
-Netherlands American Mortgage
Bank to Fred p. Carpenter, real
X. H. Braham to Chas. E. John
■on, real mtge $1000,
L'nion Trust C >. to Byron 8. Leon
ard, real mtge. P. c. Forrest, $5500.
Ella M. Letti i man extra., to Max
Inrichs, real mtge.
American Baptist Home Mission
Society to Steptoe Butte Baptist
Church, real mtge.
David Humblrd, trustee, el al. to
Geo. Strachan, real mtge, $30
David Humblrd, trust.'.'. el al.. to I
Ceo. Strachan, real mtge, $3000. |
B. J. Armstrong to A. E. Sever,!
real mtge, P. p. Copley, $49 00.
White Bros, & Crum Co. to L. W.
Bowman, real mtge.
Noord Amerlkaansche llypolheek-j
bank to 1.. W. Bowman, real mtge,
W. S. Mott to Wm. P. Brlmer, real
Bennie F. Fruffel to R. L. Heaton,
i real mtge, $1300.
.Minnie T. Howard to Simon Vv*ted
rich, real mm.'. I 500,
Ethel Wexler Km. aid to Wm. A.
Bldle, real mtge, First National
Lamont State Bank to E. P. Mar
| tin and Frank Martin, chattel, |
Lamont State Hank to E. P. Mar
tin and Frank Martin. $2000.
L. J. Coberly to Lawrence H.
Jackson, chattel, $82.
O. D. McKeehen to W. H. Lawson,
Chas. McConnell, ex., to Allie
Spitznogle, real mtge, Robert J.
Walter Hayfield to M. Doneen, the;
Solicitors Loan & Trust Co., W. F.
' Burrell, 6. P. Thompson, AIL Cool-.
; idge, Dolph Coolidge, Emma Cool
idge, to quiet title to nh of neq 34
Bill of Sale
W. C. Weber to H. T. Organ, half
int. Crlspette Machine, fixtures, etc.,
Henry Schmick vs. Community
Milling Co.. labor bids.. Endicott, !
$54.95; also 0, D. Honser, labor on
bldg., Endicott, $320.25; also Henry
; Raths, labor bldg., Endicott, 1
; $277.:;".. also I. Ellingsen, labor j
bldg, Endicott, $362.95; R. H.
Schroeder vs. Community Milling
Co., labor bldg., Endicott, $469.70; I
also Fred K. Schultz, labor bldg.,
Conditional Hill of Sale
Tull & Gibbs to Chas. F. McQuaid, j
furniture, 1422.50, payments per!
mo.; to Chas. J. Mahoney, furnace, J
Columbia Auto Exchange to W. S. |
Porter, auto, $265.
S. S. Frantz Jewelry Co. to Cedric '
Anderson, piano, $415.
Floyd L. Hamilton to Ird *). Moys,
Floyd L. Hamilton to Frank Nor
ris, range, $195.
NODVEMBER 13, 1019
Chas. L. Chamberlin to R. H. Mor
rell, lot 5, blk 50, Colfax, $1500.
Win. O. Carley to J. F. Troube,
east 100 feet lots 1, 2, blk 65, Col
Geo. W. Follis to Geo. H. Hoe,
tract nwq 35-18-43, $150.
J. F. Troube to Chas. H. Coryell,j
100 ft lots I. 2. blk 65, Colfax, $300.!
Ira Scott to Union Trust Co., seq '
Ira Scott to Union Trust Co , ueqj
David M. m Cance to A. H. S!lnk-j
aril, part 34-19-42, $4250.
M. B. Thomas to First State Bank,
La Crosse, live stock, farm Imple
ments, demand, $960.
O. M. Archer to Citizens State
Flank. Tekoa, auto, $200.
H. O. Sahin to Citizens State Bank,
Tekoa, live stock, farm implements,
crop part 1-20-45, $900.
Chas. Homer Johnson to Bank of
Endicott, live stock, farm imple
ments, pari crop Sees. 12 and 13-18
T. H. Dingle to Bank of Eadloott.j
live stock, farm Implements, crop,
pars Sees. 12 and 13 In 18-41, de
David Humblrd to Wm. Cook, real
Leo Beaver to Frank F. Witlziuty,
real mtge. • j
Levy nnd Execution
R. E. Walker vs. Henry Left, part]
8-17-41, part 10-17-41. $144.25. |
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A CASE PIPELESS FURNACE
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It meets with all the requirements of insurance companies aa a
safeguard against basement fires and explosions. It has also been
approved by many boards of health and leading physicians of the
it Is constructed of very heavy metal so as to retain heat from
12 to 24 hours, and la scientifically designed go as to radiate the
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great essentials, and costs but little more than a good beating stove.
So why delay in Installing one In either your old or new home be
Call and let us show you one and explain how you can get real
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