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\ Instruments Filed with tho c
i County Auditor \
DECEMBER 16, 1922
Chas. Bonner to Alberl Burnam,
tract pt 2-1 ."-:;•,'. $1.
Lola Spencer Knapp to Frank
Parr, W "a it lot 3. blk 72. Ken
zie's Second add, Pullman. $50.
0. D. McKeehen to Ferdinand Wet
ter, lot t'.. blk 8, F. J. Mahoney's
Subd Lombards add, 'li koa, $80.
E. B, Thompson, county treasurer,
to Dave Hughes, lots 13; 14, blk 30,
Perkins A; Prescott'a Riverside add,
Colfax, $— .
E. i. Thompson, county treasurer,
to Ralph Schwindel, lots 8, 9, blk 4.
Rudolph' add, LaCrosse, $ —.
JO. B. Thompson; county treasurer,
to J, a. nun. lots 2. ;:. 4. ilk 4,
Perkins & Prescott's Riverside add,
Colfax, $ —.
Samuel 0. Herington to Ole O.
Sletto nh of the swq, sh of nwq 25
William F. Mattingley to N. W.
Mutual Life Ins. Co., pt nh 6-17-42,
eh BWq and all sen 31-18-42, $12,000.
Edgar Falk to Linville Bros., one
half interest crops 1923, nh 2.'., eh
Alvin Russell to LaCrosse Motor
Co., Inc., auto $93.
Win. Streibich to Farmers state
Dank, Uniontown, live stock, imple
ments, etc., $1500.
Win. P. Turnbow to O. A. Turn
bow crop eh 28-1 7-45, $2000.
Win. P. Turnbow to (). A. Turn
bow, live stock. Implements, $20110.
J. R. Crltchfield to Potlatch state
Hank, live stock. Implements, crop
1 923 pt 2, 3, in 12-5. $6000.
C. A. Hart to LaCrosse Motor 0..
K. Miller to Diamond Trading Co.,
crop 1923; i>' 23-18-42, live stock,
McGregor Land & Live Stock Co.
to Hooper Realty Co., real ml ge, 2
Federal Land Bank, Spokane, to
Carson W. Taylor, real mtge, $—.
Wessel Mumm to Ida sen, real
mtge, 7-25-19, $ — .
Addle Reed and Luella Carroll to
Win. Krieger, real mtge, 12-4-20,
Arnold Mack to Chas. Plowman,
Potlatch Lumber Co. to J. B.
Schmick, lien, $502.
McGregor Land & Live Stock Co.
to Hooper Realty Co., crop and chat
tel mtge, $"35,000.
C. W. Crow to i.ou L. Ellis, crop
Thomas W. Hall vs. Community
Bldg. Assn., Pullman, labor building
pt blk 6, Mt. View add, Pullman,
J. Morefield vs. Community Bldg.
Assn., Pullman, labor building on
pt blk 6, In Mt. View add, Pullman;
C. P. McKee vs. Community Bldg.
Assn., Pullman, labor building on pt
blk 6, Mt. View add, Pullman, $74.
Jack Perrault vs. Community Bldg.
Astti.. Pullman, labor on building pt
Idk 6, Mt, View Add, Pullman, $74.
J. A. Reilly vs. Community Bldg.
Assn., pt idle 6, Mt. View add Pull
Max W. Schrelber vs. Community
Bldg. Assn., labor on building pt blk
6. Mt. View add, Pullman, $33.
J. Webber vs. Community Bldg,
Assn., labor on building pi blk 0, Mt
View add, Pullman. $74,
J. F. Hill. Elbert L. Kuykendall,
J. R. Hardwick, P. L. Moe, Carson
Walker. John Peterson, Ted Dyer,
Carl Nelson, Henry Kartheiser, C. S.
Parks, Geo. Clunk. Thomas N. Taj
lor, Ed Roth, Hugh Goddard, Ed
Hinchliff, Wm. Young, J. i; John
son. A. E. Seitz, C W. Fredrickson,
Frank Moulton, R. K. Campbell vs.
F. V. Roth and Community Bldg.
Co., labor lots I, 2, 3, 2."., 24," 25, 20
blk 6, Mt. View add, Pullman, '$— '.
Charles H. [Inzicker to T. E.
Wright, real mtge, E. E. Jones 6
-20-1 9, $12,000.
Farm Mortgage Security Co to
John Hancock Mutual Life Ins Co
real mt| Jesse P. din, $8000.
DECEMBER IS, 1922
Leon Brown to R. a. Brannan E
30 tt lot 3, i.; . i, Wiley's add a
, R. H. Campbell to i; A. Brani
lots 3, 0. blk 2. Smith add, Palouse
Lela !!. Ferguson to Joseph Byron
Ferguson, pi 20-16-40, $1,
V Frank C. Reed to Florence W
Coberly, pt 2 1. 1;;, j,, 19.43, $-14,400
Walter J. Gray to Andrew J.
Crowe, Daniel j. :(Il ,i \v ;ll ter
Crowe, i I|--°-i"- '" 11. 1.0 ni
College Park Improvement Co
to I-rank Klossner. lot 12, blk 0
College Park add, Pullman $3,mi
n,,i "r. lk* M ;, Ba? c. r' Geo- °- Johnson
and Gene Myrtle Johnson Miller to
Cleantha E. Johnson, sen 27-15-42 '
tract 2f.-l.V4:', $1. '
Cleantha F. Johnson to Nellie M
Baker, Walter C. Johnson, .1 M
•ohnson and Gene Myrtle Johnson;
111 (| >>4-1 ,i-4 2.
Geo O. Johnson to Nellie M. Ba
ker, Walter C. Johnson. J. M. Jnhn
ler, JS? ftlWg}?. MU"
f^Ai ni! u "aw'ofd and Jessie Hans
ford to Pullman Savings & Loan
Assn. lot 10 blk 10. Reaney's Sec
ond add, Pullman, $1000,
James R. Tim to Fidelity Say-
£ gB,;£ 1 ,L °an AS Bn-j lots 45, 6, blk
61. Gill 8 Second add, Garfield, $500
Daniel Brophy to Federal Land
?2 anoo sP ° kane- Wh BWq 16-19-41.
lr,t« eti o Llst; abee t0 Nat I'- Ripley.
lots 1, 2, eh nwq 13-18-44 nt eh
neq 18-18-43, $200.
A J. Riggins to Citizens State
EC Smith to Bai
etc in meat market, $199 aies> >
John Tady to Farmers state Bank
Lniontown, Implement., live stock.
auto, two-thirds crop i..3 pi 11. pi
2, in 11-45; pt 6-11-46, pt 31-12-46;
Elmer V. Weir to Geo. Kramer,
live stock. Implements, $2<>o<>.
Frank W. Wilson to First Nation
al Dank, Pullman, crops 1923-24; pt
3ti. 25, In 15-44; two-thirds crop pt
30-1 l.">, live stock, $2500.
Homer Hull to First Savings &
Trusl Hunk of Whitman County, live
stock Implements, hay, auto truck,
crop 1'.i23, pi 36-16-43, $'5260.
Pacific Savings .'. Loan Assn. to
Uriah I. Waldrip, real mtge, $1200.
F. nekt 1 to John Youngman,
real mtge, $—.
S, C Bageant and R. 11. Worrell
to John Carpenter, conditional bill
of sale, $565,
DECEMBER 19, 1922
J. .1. Kneale to Sarah .1. Carroll,
lots ! to 13, Ilk 57, Colfax, $1.
E. 1.. Thompson; county treasurer,
to .1. A. Carmin, lots 13, 14, 5, blk
I. Perkins <<■ Prescott'a Riverside
add, Colfax, $ —.
Angela B. Daggett to B. ii. Par
nell, lot 6, blk 5, Pullman, I 800.
Win. Hoare to Lena Cohn, lots 3,
I. blk 7. Tekoa, $700.
Fleet N'eafus to Colfax National
Bank, tract 2-17-41 (ex), $3950
Katie Hergert to First Savings i
Trust Bank of Whitman Co., one
half Interest pi !-I 5-4 I. $4000,
Lester C. Harwood to Federal
Land Bank, Spokane, Beg 26-19-41,
B. It. Parnell to Pullman Savings
& Loan Assn., lot (1, blk ■">. Pullman,
Enoch Arthur McNall to Thomas
Flaherty, guardian, pt 1-20-39,
Christina Johnson to Lamont State
Bank, pt 29-20-39, $IGOO.
uford W. Hickman to Colfax
National Bank, live stock, Imple
ments, truck, auto, crop 1923 pt 32
.1. 10. Hailing to First Savings &
Trust Hank of Whitman Co., live
stock. Implements, auto, two-thirds
crop !!i „';; pt 35-16-43, $4000.
•I. K. Reel to National Bank,
Oakesdale, household furniture,
Charlie B. Wilson to C. C. Vkers,
two mares, wagon, harness, $160.
Christina Johnson to Lamont State
Bank, live stock, machinery, crop
i 923 pt 14, 15, in 20-40, .$.".58.
Sherman Clay & Co. to A. B. Hol
ing, conditional bill of sale, $410.
Sherman Clay A- Co. to M. C.
nbee, conditional bill of sale. 1
-10-20, $595 i
Central Life Assurance Society of
U. S. to Harriet McNabb, real mtge,
12-16 20, $ —.
Mrs. .1. S. Sorenson to Martha B.
Robertson, real mtge, $1500.
Martin T. Robertson to Martha B.
Robertson, real mtge $2000.
DECEMBER 20, 1922
10. B. Thompson, county treasurer,
to Ceo. li. Gannon, lot- . blk 21,
Daw's add, Pullman, $ —.
•lames E. I lailey to Effie M. Dalley,
lots 6, 7. 8, blk 12, Garfield, $1.
Sybil Block to Bank of Winona,
pt 20-17-40, $1.
Baxter Renshaw to Hiram J. Mil
ler, wh 35-17-40, $"1.
M. W. Whitlow to The Public.
well acquainted with Samuel C
•I. J. Murray to The Public, well
acquainted with David M. Sanders.
W. W. Robertson to Pullman State
Bank, pi 23, 21. in 14-45, $8144.
Community Bid Co. to Geo. 11.
Gannon; trustee, lot ::. blk 8, Cam
pus Park add, Pullman, 12-15-23,
■v 7 " 11.
J. R. Alsup to Albion State Bank,
live stock, implements, $198.
Earl C. Borland to Auto Sales Co.,
over Jamison to Tekoa State
Bank, live stock, Implements, hay,
grain, crop 1923 pt 2-18-45, $1500.
Thos. Goldsworthy to Arthur C.
Widinan. real mtge, 000.
Wessel Mumm to Arthur C. Wid
man, real mtge, $ —.
Farmers National Hank, Colfax, to
J. E. Strain, chattel $250,
Farmer* National Bank to L. 13.
Morgan, chattel, $200.
Farmers National Hank, Colfax, to
J. E. rain, chattel, $ 1 45.
Farmers National Bank, Colfax, to
Frank McClenney, chattel, $700.
Farmers National Hank. Colfax, to
W. M, McClenney. chattel. $135.
Farmers Nat tonal Hank, i olfax, to
J. S. IVttichord, chattel, $760.
Farmers National Hank, Colfax, to
John B. Strain, chattel, $"219.
Farmers Natonal tank, Colfax, to
G, E. Munson, chattel, $850,
Farmers National Hank. Colfax. to
Ridgeway Motor Co.. chattel, $5567;
Farmers National Hank. I 'olfa> to
Win T. Smith, chattel. $3600.
Farmers National Bank, Colfax. to
Conrad Machleld, chattel, $250.
Farmers National Hank. Colfax, to
11. W. Walker, chattel, $ldo.
I F. A. Williams to Max W. Gerber,
i conditional bill of sale. $535.
Williams <t Galaugher to Orvllld
Slate, conditional bill of sale, $535.
Advance Rumely Thresher Co. to
Frank Weber, chattel, $2050.
Spokane ,v- Eastern Trust Co. to
Frank Uenlsh or Mary Benlsh real
mtge. Wm. A. Cokley and Frank
E. F. Drake to Mrs. C. C. Leonard
Frank McShane, J. A. Murphey,
Jack Lee, Charlie Lee, Frank Klos's
ner, Wm. Klossner, W. E. Sparks,
J. T. Trosper, A. W. Axtell, Hugh
Richardson, Noel Walte vs. F. V.
Roth and Community Bldg. Co la
bor en building IB lots 1 to 4, lots
2.1 to 20. blk G, Mt. View add, Pull
Hills of Sale
James E. Dailey to Effle M. Dailey,
liberty and victory bonds, money on
deposit, grain crops 1922; household
furniture, etc., $1.
■ DECEMBER 21, 1922
Claude M. .Smith to T. C. Baird,
easement over i::. 24 in 16-39, $I.|
First State Bank. LaCrosse. to
Claude M, Smith, 1::, 14, 2;!, 24, in
it;-;:;* (ex), $27,000.
W. 11. Eaton to L. M. Cox, lot 1. 1
nil lot 2, blk 38, Pullman, $4000.
John M. App. I to Alex H. Canutt,
lot 1, blk 17. La Crosee, $7.").
C. W. Llndsey to Henry il. Weltz,
pi 13-16-41; $1.
.!. P. Growdon to Earl I). Drown,
lot I, blk 1, Rosalia, $500.
L. M. Cox to Hoy W. Merritt, lot
1, nh 2, blk 38, Pullman, $5000.
r L. Klanßburg to Pacific Coast!
Join! Stock Land Bank of Portland. 1
»h 11-1 6-4r>, $ i 6,000
D. I. Hopkins to Asa T. Holmes,
trustees, live stock, implements,
two-thirds crop 1922-23 pi 29, :!U,
in 19-42, live stock. implements,
Leslie W. Swannack to Lamont ■
State Bank, live stock, implements;
two-thirds crop sh 15-19-39, 600.
11. T. Hooplngarner to Farmers
State Bank, Sprague, live stock, 1111- 1
John X. Dahmen to Colton State
Bank, live stock, Implements, $:'.7t;.
.1. A. Scott to First State Bank,
LaCrosse, live stock, implements.
Mack Clark to R. C. lied ;len, live!
stock, Implements, crop 1923-24, pi
13, 14, In 14-44, $3680.
11. L. Weil to Fanners National i
Bank, Coli'ax, live stock, harness.
Frank Fry to Farmers National |
Bank, Colt'ax, live stock, implements,'
crop 1923 pt 23, 26, in 15-40, sum
mer fallow, $6825.
Lloyd Bush to First National Hank.
Pullman, live stock, Implements, i
three-fifths crop pt 21, 28, in 15-44;
Grand Lodge A. O. U. W. of Wash
ington to Adam Daubert, real mtge,'
•I. S. Cronin to Adam Daubert, real
ml :-,<■. $4000.
First State Bank, LaCrosse, to
Myrtle Jeremiah and Everett Ray
Jeremiah, chattel, $7993,
C. .1. Davis to James Milne and
Lester 10. Davis, lease, $ —.
Sherman Clay & Co. to Mrs. Lee
Bunch, conditional bill of sale, $- —.1
•'• I. Case Threshing Machine Co.
to Floyd 1.. Hamilton, chattel, C. A.
and G. M. Stratton, $ —.
Floyd L. Hamilton to A. P. Palm
er, chattel, $2050.
Wm. Cole, sheriff, vs. Mi James
W. Barton, seq 24, wh neq 25-14-43;
pt eh neq 24, tract adjoining l I-1:;.
$.")00; (A. W. Daw-son vs. Mrs. James'
E. W. Downen to The Public, well
acquainted with Jacob Navanpara.
Chas. Benner to The Public well
acquainted with Minnie E. Fronek.
C. W. Lindsay to The Public, is
successor iii interest of Colfax In-
Buarnce & Realty Co.
Wm. Duling to The Public, well !
acquainted wit Man hK. Hughes.
PULLMAN SAVINGS AM) LOAN
To provide a systematic and abso
lutely safe plan for the investment
of savings, and to aid its members
'o acquire homes of their own is the i
object of the Pullman Savings and ;
Loan Association. The Association
'.s In every sense a HOME Institution.
Who It's For
It is for the Practical Man, who
realizing the uncertainties of busi
ness and health, and of the folly of
upending all his money as fast a?
he gets it, provides for an emer- j
1' is for tbe Prudent Woman, win ■
out of her earnings or allowance, de
sires to put away a litttle money
monthly, where it wll". be securely
and profitably invested, and give her
the least trouble and where she can
get It when needed.
It is for the Young Man possessing
the manhood and determination to
save something every riiontM from
his earnings as a reserve fund, to ,
draw on when sick or out of a posi
tion, for providing a homo or for a
start in business.
It is for Boys and Girls, to help
them to be economical and industri
ous and to encourage them to ac- :
quire the habit of saving, provide a
fund to educate them and to make
It is for Societies, Fraternal an<!
other Organizations wishing to In-1
vest their Income for the purpose of
creating a reserve fund, or for build- !
It is for all Seeking h Homo or
who want to improve their property,!
or pay off a mortgage or to provide
a fund for any other worthy pur;.
Call on or write
M. K. SNYDKR
M. J. Chapman
THi: Pt'LLMAK HERALD
r; ',',',' A Man's |
Just a Man's
H _ ,
X Dy JOHN PALMER |
(vi., 1U23, by VVectcrn Newspaper L'nlon.)
He stood in (Ik- shebeen, blinking at
tlie girl on the stage, II. ■ had never
Been her before, and, us lie swayed
i.ii.l i»oeret] mid blink something
seemed wrong somehow.
Sin- was in>t like any of the other
women of the dunce hall. Not more
than twenty-three, he would have
Bald. Her pule brown hair, braided in
two lons tresses, hung down her hack.
Her .slight figure moved in the dance ;
what she sang could not be distin
guished In the uproar.
Hut it was the look on her face,
half-frightened, half-defiant, and whol
ly Innocent that arrested him. What
was she doing In Big Pete's saloon?
"Hello, Bob!" shouted a miner,
slapping him on the back. "What's
"I'm not drinking," he responded
sullenly, turning his hack.
The other looked after him and
grinned. "Guess even Bob the Soak's
had as much us he can stand for." lie
said to Big Pete. "New gel, eh?"
"Some gel, ain't she!" responded
Big Pete with a wink. "Bit shy, but
she'll get used to It. They all do."
He cackled. "Say. would > a believe
it, when I was down In Montreal I an-
■ civil her advertisement for show
stuff and kidded her Into thinking 1
had a rejl'lnr theater up here. Lor',
what fools omen an 1!"
''Bob ain't drinking."
I'.lj; Pete growled. "Say. Ilenson'a
poin^' to kick that feller out of his
camp," he said. "Don't do nothing but
drink, he says."
"Who is lie? Sorter gentleman,
'ppnrs to me."
"Oh, one of them New York guys
gone wrong, I guess," answered Big
Pete carelessly. "Got a cabin some
where up north —made a pile trapping
and blew In every cent here before
summer come. Suthin' wrong with
Bob, watching the girl on the stage,
felt things that he had sworn never
to feel again. It was true he had
mice been a gentleman; there had
been a woman who tricked him—lord,
what a fool he had been '.
The girl had finished dancing and
was making her way timidly from the
platform toward the back door of Big
Pete's. A miner stretched out an arm
like a steer's haunch, barring her way.
Boh knew him; he was Black Cardi
gan, the bully of the mining camp.
Black Cardigan was just now Inebriat
ed to the point of affability.
"Hello, my dear; here's a knee for
you." he said.
"Oh. please let me go," said the
girl, looking about her In terror.
Black Cardigan laughed and pulled
her Into his lap. The miners grinned,
They were good-hearted fellows, but —
what had she come to Pete's saloon
The girl struggled vainly In Black
Cardigan's anus. Bob strode forward.
"Let her go '," he commanded tersely.
Black Cardigan looked at him In
surprise. The miners set up a shout.
It was amusing to see Bob the Soak,
despised of all the camp, setting up
as a champion.
Black Cardigan released the girl,
stood up slowly, and drove his list
Into Bob's face with a force that sent
him reeling to the floor.
Instantly Boh was on his feet again.
All trace of the liquor had gone from
liN brain. II' 1 remembered thai at
college he had been the amateur
heavyweight champion. It was long
since he had remembered. As Black
Cardigan's sneering face was thrust
forward he dealt him a blow that set
the blood (lowing.
In almost an Instant a ring was
cleared, tallies were Hung aside. They
faced each other. Bob knew that one
sweep of the other's powerful arm
could stretch him senseless. But Black
Cardigan had only strength. He
rushed in with a heavy body blow, was
flung back, half-stunned, came on
again. They clinched, broke away.
Bob, standing up under fearful short
arm punishment, watched for his
chance. His right shot to the giant's
Black Caidigan, with a surprised
look in hi- eyes, toppled to the floor
and lay there.
Amid a stupefied silence Bob walked
quietly through the back door. Out
side crouched the girl of the dance
ball. They faced each other.
"Will you come?" asked Bob gently.
"Where'/" she cried hysterically.
"Oh, help me! Take me away! I've
no one, nowhere —"
''Will you trust me?" he asked.
She looked at him. then placed her
hand upon his arm. And without an
nt her word they started through the
shining summer night northward, to
Boys and Girls' Festivals in Japan.
For the girls' doll festival In Japan
In March of every year, and the hoys'
festival in May, such an array of dolls
Is set out as could not be matched
for originality and beauty. These dolls
are extremely small, but represent
with surprising skill and exactness the
Imperial court (In the girls' festival)
or figures from history, myth, the
drama or everyday life. Peach blos
soms are used to set them off In the
girls' fete and iris for the boys'.
Dudleigli —Why wouldn't your wife
go to the dentist? Is she afraid of
Flnbleigh —No, she thinks that her
.-c .an lie told by her teeth, like a
31j? New fmr
—The year 1 923 holds in store
for you, jusl: what you hold in
store for it.
— Every year is a bad one for
the man without resources.
— Make a resolution to start a
Savings Account today to ac
cumulate your share of the
fruits of 1923.
Kindly call at the bank for your
£j***m c m b er**^m
Bhfii .^SY st c r-t^a£3
Pullman State Bank
New Year's Day—fine resolutions,
and much rustling of paper as new
leaves are turned. Is the significance
of the New Year lost to you before
the middle of the month?
HPHE U in January—the month
-*■ of new beginnings—is there to
remind you that this is your month
to go over your stock in trade and
take a fresh hold on life.
This month ask yourself whether
you are —
Managing your finances home and
business- safely and profitably?
Making sufficient provision tor the
Finding every opportunity to In
crease your income and improve your
A confidential talk with one of our
officers will help you answer these
questions that this month may be
the beginning of a most prosperous
First National Bank
••Nome of <lio Palouse Dollar"
$6.50 per barrel
A family patent of excellent quality. Also a Mon
tana hard wheat family flour at $7.30 per barrel.
My price on Millfeeds, Rolled Oats, Rolled Barley
and Feed Corn Products
WILL INTEREST YOU
M. F. BROWNFIELD
F!atiron Building T*Phone 407
THE HERALD PRINTS THE NEWS
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Friday, December iio, lft^