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MARCH 22, 1920
A. Gronsdahl to John W. Feldman
lots 1. 2. part lot 7. blk 2, Josephine
and Tenth streets, Rosalia, $1.
W. F. Pickelsimer to Elrae
Brown, wh lot 2, 3, blk 26, Oakes
W. F. Pickelsimer to Nannie H
Brown, eh lot 2, blk 26. Oakesdale
J. F. Harper to Joseph Franzen
eeq .14-17-45. $1-
E. M. Wilson to' Horace H. Haighi
and Mary Eleanor Haitfht, tract it
nwq of swq 33-18-45. $2400.
t; D. G. Louie to Robert F. Jackson,
lot 3, blk "1. Daws 2nd add, Pull
Riley B. Hately to the Pullmn-
Statp Bank, swq 27-14-44, $9600.
Riley B. Hately to the Pullman
State Bank, eh of bet] and neq of eg
34. nwq of the nwq 35-14-44, $9600.
Robert F. Jackson to David G.
Lonie, lot 8, blk 71, Daw's 2nd add,
Roy D. Sanders to C. H. Ames Jr.,
A. O. Hampton to Citizens State
Bank, Tekoa, live stock, Implements,
machinery, two-thirds crop on sh of
lot 6, sh of swq of eeq 6. lot i, wh
of seq 12-44-6, lots ... 4 of 7-4 4-5,
A. C. Jones to W. c Maston, two
thirds crop on swq of nwq and nh of
nwq of swq 20-14-4 $200.
Martha W. Smith to A Gronsdahl.
real mtge, $1000..
Hobarl Manufacturing Co. to The
Maple, conditional contract, $125.
Conditional Bill of Rale
Wayne Oil Tank A Pump Co. to
Pullman Tire Shop, pump. $98.
Wayne Oil Tank A Pump Co. to
T. C. Martin, pump and meter, $406
F. D. Rice to 11. E. Lnrmon, auto
Spokane Drug Co. to Mrs. L. E.
Howry, soda fountain, etc., $600
Bill of Sale
H. M. Beck to Frank Johne, soil
W. C Cheat to J E. Turn how
swq 26-17-45, h of neq, except. 27
--17-45. part neq of seq 27-17-45
$aOOO per annum.
John Guettlnger with Amelia Guet
linger, community property agree
MARCH 23. 1920
Hattie Anderson to Fred L. Ander
son, rtV °_- in lease on sen 12 - nan
13 -15-44, $1. ' !
Sarah J. DuVall to Fred H. \ic-
Croskey, lot 7. blk 52, Colfax, $1900
W. W. Hoagland to M. O. Bailor,
i?-18-4 n 4ns.° f ,IP'l and '"< ° nWfl
W. W. Hoagland to Roy Greer
tract in nh of nh 12-18-44. $..
Rohe'a ai A-., Moore' ***** A- ' Woore,
Robert LV, Moore. Frank a. and Rob-
MilercS. c deceased, estate of
«ines c. Moore, deceased, Aanos A
Moore and Mary r. Preston, to I H.
Robe.tson. ots ,3, l,: bl* 63, Pull-
T J. Smith to J. Lee Wheeler
tract in 5-17-46. $1100. w.;ee,er'
George Trimble to T. J smith
tract in 5-17-46. $750. mUh'
J. E. Moore, trustee, to J f_
Moore, lots 9, 10, 11, 12 23 24 blk
I, High School add. I.a Crosse, $1,
no J- M. Littleton to Steptoe State
Bank, live stock, implements, mach
inery, three-fifths crop on eh, sh of
nwq 2-17-45, $5,096.55.
John Deere Plow Co., Calgary, to
Henry Katterhagen, real mtge
John Weis to Henry Katterhagen.
Advance- Thresher Co .
Inc., to Henry Katterharen'. real
M. E. Fitzgerald to Henry Kan. i
hagen, real mtge, $8000
Farmers State Bank. Uniontown,
to Henry Katterhagen, 3 real mtges
Conditional Bill of Stale
Standard Oil Co. to Carl Brand,
pump and tank, $211.60.
Moneyweight Scale Co. to L E
Howry, scale, $70.
F. \V. Miner to The Public, Daniel
B. and 1). ];. Conrad same person.
F. W. Miller to The Public, Chris
tena and Christina Bailor same per
son and wife of Jesse C. Bailor, $.5
John P. Du.-e to The Public. J. B.
and Joseph B. Humphrey, same per
-Tn°, hn Horrocks to J S. Love. $12.
--270 for eh of nwq and lots 1.2 3 4
Hattie Anderson to Fred I. An
derson, agreement as to community
Northern Pacific Railway Co. tc
Clarence E. Moulton. nwq of the sec,
12. eh of Mq 14-15-38. assigned tc
Axel Holm, $990.
Ball of Sale
Hattie Anderson to Fred L. Ander
son, live stock, auto, oats, hay. ana
household goods. $15.
MARCH 24, 1920
M. J. Grady to Helen J. Foddle^
and Ruth A. Carman, neq 32-14-39'
Anna Boreman to D. C. D »*nen
lot 6, escept, blk 31, tract In Pull
Ida M. Briggl Perkins to Katie V
McLeod. lot 12. blk l«, Beach s add
Nancy Ann Francis. Grace Franc!
Barton. John J Francis and France
Francis Jones to D. C. Downen. lot 6
sh lot _. blk 38, Pullman. $2500
Sarah A. Urich to Maud B. Uriel
**_* i ot. 3. blk 73 McKcn-ie's 2n
add. Pullman. $100.
City of Pullman to Minnie D. Act
O. U*. Cemetery. $30 and A
W. Cemetery. $30.
J. F. Ailor and L. J. Ailor to .1. L.
Qilletand eeq, sh of ne<i 18, swq of
swq 17, nwq of neq 19-16-46, $48,
Ernest L. Nance to Goldle E. Tag
j,art, lot 3. blk 8, Coffin's add, Tekoa,
Daniel C. Downen to Pullman Say.
A Loan Assn. lot 6, sh lot ... blk 38,
Geo. T. Smith to Colfax National
Bank, two-thirds int. crop on nwq,
part swq 1 7-44, $4400.
C. W. Clark to Albion State Bank,
brood sow, three shoata, $50.
Winters Investment Co. to L. M.
Shelter, real mtge, Colfax National
Pullman Say. A Loan Ass'n to Geo.
\ N. Henry, real tntge.
George L. Beckwith to C. E. Pot
tor, real mtpw. $206.40.
Citizens State Bank, Tekoa, to A.
0. Hampton, real mtge, $3800.
A. B. Willard to Dora M. Nilsson.
Charles Do"»h to Mary K. Lewis
and Hel< Erlekson, real mtge, Lee
Conditional Bill of Sale
Spokane Auto Market to Sestrand
and Sestrand, auto delivery. $1124.
Can Sales and Service Station Sta
tion to Arthur W. Payne, auto, $550.
Certificate of Increase
First Savings A Trust Bank of
Whitman Co., $50,000 to $75,000.
or First Mortgage and Debenture
Co., $25,000 to $37,500.
MARCH 25, 1920
Henry Quake to Ernest Heming
way, lots I, 2, blk 11. LaCrosse,, $10.
Theodore IT. Becker to Jesse M.
Duncan, lots 5, 6. blk 20, Farming
ton, persona] property, $1000.
Oakesdale Cemetery Ass'n to Ezra
J. Frantz, lot 33. blk ... Oakesdale
J. F. Moore, trustee, to Benson
Wright, lots l, 2. 5, 6. 17, 18, blk
2, High School add. La Crosse, $1.
Frank F. Hattrup to George J.
Fuchs, lot 4. part lot 3, blk 2,
Schwenne's add, Fnlontown, $3000.
Milwaukee Land Co. to F. R. Ea
ton, lot 1. blk 11. Maiden. $75.
Caroline B. Burns to Frank M.
Robinson, seq of nwq, neq of swq 6
M. K. Shawgo to Brown & John
son, live stock, $232.
John M. Anderson to Jess Miller,
barber shop equipment, $800,
C. C. Turner to National Bank of
Oakesdale. live stock, implements,
Con Litzenberger to La Crosse Mo
tor Co.. automobile, $950.
A. O. Arbes and 11. E. Arbes to
First State Bank,-Garfield, live stock,
implements, machinery, three-fifths
crop on seq 29-19-45, eh 33, wh of
Colfax National Bank to Ceo. A.
Hale, real mtge, $5000.
Washington Mutual Say. Bank to
Napoleon Haynes, real mtge, Mur
phey Favre & Co.. $6200.
Pacific Loan A Investment Co.,
Ltd.. to J. W. Splater, real mtge,
J. C. Cathcart to Michael Arndt,
'partial release, real mtge, lots ... 4,
| blk 3, between D and F streets,
I Breedings add, Palouse, $600.
Conditional Bill of Sab'
Whitfield Helmer Co. to Wiley L.
Dixon, auto, $375.
i Aiken Motor Co. to JSert Graham,
Standard Oil Co. to Pullman Tire
[Shop, lubricating outfit, $66.50.
Rosalia Mercantile Co., Rosalia.
MARCH 26, 1920
A. G. St. John to 11. a. Rust, wh
blk 11. Robard's add, Palouse, $400.
c. H. Ogan to the Potlatch Lumber
Co . subdiv No. 3, Mill Row add. Pa
C. li. Ogan to the Potlatch Lumber
Co., subdiv No. 1, Mill Row add. Pa
Michael Arndt to nils Rowers,
lots ... 4, blk 3, between D and I.
streets, Breeding's add. Palouse,
Elnora Day to Oral G. Hay, lots
| 1, 2, 3, 4, 20-20-46, $1.
Robert Ackerman to Anna Irwin,
lots 1. 8, blk 1, Ceo. T. Huffman's
2nd add. Tekoa, $1.
W. H. Clark to Bertha F. Clark,
lots 1, 2, 3. 4, 5, 6. 7. 8, blk 21,
John J. Fine to J. A. Fine, neq of
neq 12-20-45, $50.
Lewis Brown to John M. Brose,
jneq, except, 21-17-44, $9800.
j Virginia A. Choate, Frank Bourn,
j Lee Bourn, James Bourn, John
I Bourn, Nancy L. West and Mary Mial
key to Bertha D. Miller, lot 10. blk
19, Rosalia, $1.
J. W. Splater to the Union Trust
Co., lots 1. _. seq of neq. neq of
seq 4-13-39, $2000.
J. W. Spinier to Union Trust Co.,
Spokane, wh 33-14-39, *4.".
j J. W. Splater to the Union Trust
iCo.. Spokane, sh 28-14-39, $4000.
d. C. Ray to W. E. Edmondson,
part lots 1. 2. of 5-16-46, $1650.
John 1.. Ethredge to Pullman
state Bank, neq of wq 36-16-45,
Ransom E. ECthredge to Pullman
j State Bank, seq of nw;; -6-16-45
Morris Antelope to J. W. Watson,
lone-third crop on lota 3. 4. of 24-45
D. C. Day to W. E. Edmondson,
i two-thirds crop on seq of seq and
.lots 4. of 31-17-46. $16
.) D C. Ray to W. E. Edmondson,
live stock, machinery, and household
* goods. $1650.
a R. V. Miller to first State Bank,
, La Crosse, live stock, machinery, two
, thirds interest in crop on nwq, part
, seq and swq 35-15-40. nh of nwq o(
I nwq 2-15-40, $6000
W. s. Mood to C. C. Simons, live
- stock, machinery, two-thirds crop on
' J7,r« * 18 * 45, **rt nw< 34-18-45,
1 * a 7-0.
F. Osterberg to Albion State Bank,
live stock, implements, summer fal
low on nh of swq and 'sh of nwq 5
-15-45, and 22 acres peas, $3001
Releases i ' , '"■ '.
Ira N. Nye to C. W. Clark, real
Conditional Bill of Sale
Bageant and Morrell to Jesse
Mann, auto, $800.
Thomas Secrest to Martin Hen
ricksen, nh, except, 23-19-44, $2000
her year. *
Martin Henrickson with Lena Hen
rickson, community property agree
W. S. Smith and Roy J. Arrasmith
to Unknown Heirs to Mrs. Mary 1.
Walmer, deceased, lots 1, 2, blk .43,
Colfax, to quiet title.
In the Matter of -the Estate of
William A. Moore, deceased, setting
aside widow's homestead, discharg
ing administratrix and her bond.
P. C. Kendall to The Public, re
newal of chattel mtge, Wesley Bar
aaett to Potlatch Lumber Co,
MARCH 27, 1920
Mrs. Anna Ochs to Joseph Leln
weber, seq 22-16-39, $1.
Frederick H. English to Stephen
I. West, sen,, tract in nwq 6-16-46,
S. P. Eklund to John W. Conklin,
lot 11, blk 25, Resurvey, Steptoe, $1.
Thomas Cokley to Dan A. Robin
son, nwq of swq 35-19-44, $6000.
Lon L. Ellis to Frank C. Reed, un
divided half int. sh 17-19-44, $21,-1
W. A. Hardeaty to Josiah R. Mor
gan, lot 12, blk 25, ©akesdale, $600.
Josiah H. .Morgan to Blanche H. '.
.Morgan, lot 12. blk 25, Oakesdale.
Stephen I. West to Frederick H.
English or Elizabeth English, seq 6
Dempsey S. filler to W. C. Baker,
seq. seq of swq, lot 4 of 31-20-43, sh
of neq, lots 1, 2 of 6-19-43, $6000.
Clifford S. West to Farmers State
Bank, St. John, the seq 28-19-41
Irvin Hattenburg and Earl Flem
ing to Commercial State Bank, live
stock, implements, machinery, house
hold goods. $7500.
Irvin Hattenburg and Earl Flem
ing to Commercial State Bank, crop
on eh 16-19-45, $7500.
Conditional Bill of Sale
R. W. Hargrave to M. K. Shawgo
and S. P. Shawgo. three mares and '
two horses. $124.72.
Oldsmobile Co, of Washington to
J. H. Jones, auto, $850.
Bill of Sale
Ned Hush to Irvin Hattenburg and
Earl Fleming, live stock, implements,
machinery, household goods, $1.
Order of Sale
Whitman County Commissioners to
County Treasurer, lot 6. blk 55, Rail
road add. Farmington; lots 1. 2, blk
70. Railroad add, Farmington; lots 1
13, 14, blk 24. lot 11, blk 52. part ;
lots 3, 4. blk 8. Fitch's add, Palouse;
lots 10, 11. blk 5, lots 8, 9. blk 7.
Garden City add, Pullman.
SUMMONS BY PUBLICATION
In the Superior Court of the State
of Washington, in and for the
County of Whitman,
Sarah C. Bardeen, Plaintiff, vs. J. L
McCutchen and "Mary Jane"
McCutchen, his wife. Ernest
McCutchen, Beryl McCutchen
and Gladys McCutchen, and all
th« unknown heirs of Lillie M
McCutchen, deceased, Defend
The State of Washington to all the
Unknown Heirs of Lillie M. Mc-
Cutchen, deceased, Defendants:
You are hereby summoned to ap
rear within 60 days after the date
of the first publication of this Sum
mons, to-wit. within 60 days after
the 27th day of February, 1920, and
defend the above entitled action in!
the above entitled court, and answer
the complaint of the plaintiff, and
serve a copy of your answer on D.
C Dow, the undersigned, attorney I
for the plaintiff, at his office in
Pullman, Whitman county, state of
Washington; and in case of your;
failure so to do, judgment and De- !
cree of Foreclosure will be rendered
against you according to the demand
of the complaint, which has been
filed with the clerk of the above
The object and purpose of this
suit is to foreclose that certain mort
gage dated November 29th, 1910,
executed by J. L. McCutchen and
Lillie M. McCutchen, his wife, tc
Mrs. A. J. Williams, and now owned
and held by assignment, by the plain
tiff on lots one (1) and two (2) in
block eleven of Farr's addition tc
the Town of Pullman, Whitman
county, Washington, which said
mortgage was for the sum of $306
and was recorded in Book 143 oi
Mortgages of Whitman county
Washington, at page 457; and to re
cover also accrued interest, costs
and attorney fees; and to sell said
lands' and premises to satisfy said
mortgage and the note secured there
by, together with interest, costs and
attorney fees, and to obtain a judg
ment for any deficiency that may re
j main unpaid, in case said lands and
! premises should not bring a suffi
cient sum, on sale thereof, to fully
I satisfy the amount found due on said
, mortgage together with interest
.costs and attorney fees; for a mor.
, complete statement of the objects oi
said suit reference Is herehv mad«
to the complaint on file with th*
clerk of the above named court.
Dated February 26th. 1920
D. C. DOW.
Attorney for the Plaintiff
Post office address: Pullman. Wash
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St. Phone 1852. Also have two
.good house lots for sale . mchl2tl
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NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT AND
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In the superior court of the state' of :
Washington, in and for Whit- ;
In the matter of the estate of Baker '
W. Gilbert, deceased.
Notice is hereby given that the \
undersigned has been appointed ad- '■
ministratrix of the estate of Baker ;
W. Gilbert, deceased, and has quali
fied as such administratrix and no
tice is hereby given to all persons
holding claims against said deceased >
to serve the same on me or on Neill
. & Sanger, my attorneys of record, |
lat Pullman, Washington, and file 1
the same together with proof of !
such service with the clerk of the!
superior court, at Colfax, Washing
ton, within six (6) months after the
date of the first publication of this
notice. All claims against the de
ceased' not served and filed as afore
said shall be forever barred.
Date of first publication, the 9th
day of March, 1920. - ' <
NEILL & SANGER,
Attorneys for the estate,
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