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BEAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
IN CITY AND COUNTY Reported by the Commercial Trust Co., of Lewiston. November 23, Deeds j. B. Buchol* et ux to C. M. Burton; five acres In south half of northeast quarter section 29-36-1 west. Consid eration $50. John H. Berry et ux to John B. Ker ry; west half of northeast quarter sec- . tlon 28-36--1 west. Consideration ' $1,800. Ous A. Swanson et ux to John P. Vollmer: south half southeast quarter! section 32-88-2 west. Consideration * 4 . 000 . Final Receipts. United States to John H. Berry; west j half northeast quarter section 23-36-1 ! west. Consideration $8. November 22, Deeds. Thomas D. Herndon et ux to Walter E. Leigh: east half southeast quarter section 11, southwest quarter of south west quarter section 12, northwest quarter northwest quarter section 13 32-3 west. Consideration $1. Edmond D. Potvln et al to M. Don sac: 50 feet front In lot 1 of Acres. Lewiston. Consideration *3,500. Clearwater Improvement company to Margaret Britts; part of south half of southeast quarter section 7-36-2 east Consideration *232.50. John D. Gullck et ux to Oeorge A. Day: lots 11-12-21-22-23-24-27-28, sec tion 22-33-3 west. Consideration *1, < 00 . William W. Johnson et ux to D. J. Klrkle; northeast quarter southeast quarter section 6-37-2 west. Consider ation **.700. Patents. United States to Phillip S. Smith; lot 2-3-14-15-18-19-30-31. section 21-35 3 west. Final Receipts. United States to Lowry L. Berry; east half northeast quarter section 28 36-1 west. Consideration *3. United States to Bessie Crockett; west half northeast quarter, northwest quarter southeast quarer. section 29 36-2 east. Consideration *4.50. United States to Thomas H. Berry: southwest quarter northwest quarter, section 34-36-1 east. Consideration *1.50. November 21, Deeds. Wellington Landon to Emma Steele; lot 3. bleck 2. town of Weippe. Con sideration *25. Sarah C. Thompson to Margaret Kitsmiller: lot 6, block 11 of Mrs. S. C. Thompson's Second addition to Lewis ton. Consideration *400. Otis L. Hanks to John W. Scott: lot To Our Country Exchanges IÜ g 5 6 z £ © as © > b £ m & > b WE HAVE JU8T ORDERED A COMPLETE OUTFIT OF NEW JOB TYPE WHICH WILL REPLACE THE TYPE WE NOW HAVE ON HAND. WE HAVE ON HAND A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF BODY TYPE THAT WE DO NOT USE SINCE WE HAVE INSTALLED OUR LINOTYPE MACHINE. THE BODY TYPE IS IN GOOD CONDITION, AND MUCH OF OUR JOB TYPE IS AS GOOD AS NEW. IT IS OUR INTENTION, HOWEVER, TO HAVE OUR SHOP EQUIPPED WITH New Faces of the Latest Type IF YOUR OFFICE IS SHORT IN ANY OF THE LINES WE ARE GOING TO DISPOSE OF WE ARE PREPAR ED TO MAKE YOU An Unparalleled Offer sorts READ THE FOLLOWING PRICES: SIX 50 POUND CASES OF 8 POINT ROMAN. $6 PER CASE OF 50 POUNDS, WITH EXTRA CAP ANO CASES INCLUDED. WE WILL SELL ONE CASE OR ALL SIX CASES AT THI8 FIGURE. TWO 50 POUND FONTS OF 12 POINT ROMAN, *6 PER CASE WITH CASES INCLUDED. TWO 50 POUND CASES OF 6 POINT ROMAN. *6 PER CASE WITH CASES INCLUDED. ONE FONT 12 POINT JENSEN WHICH WE WILL SELL WITH CASES INCLUDED FOR 12*/2 CENTS PER POUND. ONE LARGE FONT OF LEGAL ITALIC WHICH WILL GO AS THE JENSEN AT 12f/ a CENTS WITH THE have 0 'a large assortment of job faces that will be of great service to YOU ANO IF YOU WILL WRITE US WE WILL MAKE YOU A PRICE THAT WILL SUIT YOU. H •< m £ H < 0 C X 0 $ z x fä m TYPE AT YOUR OWN PRICE IS WHAT WE ARE OFFERING YOU. Teller Publishing Company, Ltd., LEWISTON, iDAHO. I 'AKmMmwmmwmmmm mmmwwmwwwmmwwww < 4 WM k 7 ' original t0 «n of Oroflno. C onsideration $1,000 Nelson W. Brearley et ux to Marie Lamas to chas r in hi„ , ,, R ' Plttock : Part of lot yJl '■ Le "' ,St0n Consideration D. Caldwell et ! Ooldthwalt; lots l'and^,'bloTk i am Rlv: nrvtew addition to Lewiston. Consid eration J700. Kverett C. O'Ne.l to L . D . Ledbetter: northwest quarter section 26-34-3 west. Consideration *2,000. Alexander W. Forgey et ux to same; s 1-2-3-4-15-16, section 25, and lots - Mid 30, section 24-34-4 west. Con sideration *2.500. Martha Baldwin et cons to Bertha - ohe- south half southeast quarter section 27-35-1 east. Consideration 13.000. P. E. Dean et ux to Eric O. Rost: lots 4-5-6-7. block 4. Dean's addition tr> Mohler, Consideration * 100 . Walter J. Burns et ux to E. D. Pot vln et al.; 50 feet front lot 1. of Acres, Lewiston. Consideration * 1 . Fred Mirer et ux to Edwin R. Ho- i hart: south half northwest quarter, northeast quarter northwest quarter ! quarter i and northwest quarter northeast quar ter section 8-33-1 east. Consideration *4,800. Patents. United States to Joseph Debuc; northeast quarter southwest quarter. west half southeast quarter, southeast quarter southeast quarter, section 23- j — 35-5 east. Pinal Receipts. j United States to Myrtle L. Koker; ! lot 1. section 11-35-1 west. Consider-! atlon *153. United States to Everett C. O'Neel; northwest quarter section 26-34-3 west. ' Consideration *6. i __ j November 20, Deede. Gaylord W. Thompson et ux to An dre Thunborg; part of lot 1. block 19. Lewiston. Consideration *3.500. Clearwater Improvement Cbmpany to Ella V. Ladd: five acres in south east quarter of southeast quarter sec tlbn 7-35-2 east. Consideration *250. Gabriel Hoelxel, a single man, to F. W. Frlebe, lot 3. block 2. Oxford ad dltlon to Lewiston. Consideration 1400. 1 Oeorge Smalls to F. W. Kettenbach: northwest quarter southeast quarter 1 and northeast quarter southwest quar- i ter and south half southeast quarter, section 29-33-3 west. Consideration 000. : Felix Warren et ux to same: north east quarter southeast quarter section 29 southeast quarter southwest quar ter section 29 and northeast quarter northwest quarter, north half north east quarter section 32-33-3 west. Con sideration *4,600. Final Receipts. United States to Felix Warren; south east quarter southwest quarter section 29, northeast quarter northwest quar ^ and n ° rth n ° rtheMt " Uarter section 32-S3-3 west. Consideration *6. United States to George Smalls same as No. 4. Consideration *200. United States to Felix Warren: north east quarter southeast, quarter, section 29-33-3 west. Consideration *100. Declaration of Homestead. Thomas J. Wilson to The Public; claims as a homestead southwest quar ter of section 1-35-1 east. Value (5,000. Ella V. Ladd to the Public; same as No. 2. Value «00. Nov. 18, 1905. Goods. Lillian A. Laughlln to J. R. Butler; southeast quarter northeast quarter and lots 9-10-11. section 1-35-3 west. Consideration *8.000. L. D. Ledbetter et ux to F. M. Ket ten ring; a lot 50x100 feet of west end i of ,ot conveyed to Laura E. Goble, by dep d dated Dec 20, 1902. Considéra - ! t,on *M75. John Honrquist et ux to John P. Vollmer; east half northwest quarter section 2-34-2 west. Consideration *3,200. E. Ericksonl to same; v ,r <ie.iat quarter section 2-34-2 west. Consid eration *4,000. i 2 * 1 1 ; ' . . R " n '* C . Rir *' y et *' *° ® ,,a Tlt «" : 1 j ,0t JÎ 52 ' tow " of Peck Con *' d eratlon *60. _ I j as. ; ! lTnlt *d States to Warren Lawrence; j ' outhwMt quarter section 34-35-2 east. United States to John H. -Oaten-ood ; I ,ot8 4-5-6-7-8-12 and 13. section 25-j ' and ,ot 1 section 26-36-4 west. i Final Receipts. j United States to Frank Maruska; ■ lots 2-S-5-6-7, section 31-36-S west. 1 Consideration *6.03. ! November 17, Deeds. , L. A. Porter et ux to Potlatch Lum ber company; part of lot 5, block 20. 1 Lewiston. Consideration *5.000. j E,,,s Small et cons to Robert W. Cook: lot 4. block 2. Wright A Small's First addition to Oroflno. Considéra **on *2,500. 1 John G. Wright to Same; lot 3. block 2 - Wright A Small's First addition to 1 Oroflno. Consideration *26. i Robert W. Cook to Barbara Atten der: Into 3 and 4. block 2. In Wright A Small's First addition to Oroflno. : Consideration *150. H C. Devine et ux to Frank B. Paris; j l 0 ** 10 aT1 d 11 of Mrs. Kate Worden's i Addition to Lewiston. Consideration , *70«. | C. B. Fetters et ux to R. J. Day: lots 18-20-29-30-31, section 32-83 and lots 2 and 3 and 4 section 5-32-1 west. Con sideration *2,000. John S. Bramlett ux et al to Charles A. Bramlett; one third Interest In 9 acres In lot 19, section 2-35-4 west, with water right. Consideration *3,200. Mary J. Corrigan to John J. San ger et ux: southwest quarter of south west quarter, east half of southwest quarter, southwest quarter southeast quarter section 35-38-3 west. Consid eration *1.000. Sara C. Thompson to Maggie N. Far mer: lots 1-3-5, block 15. Thompson addition to Lewiston. Consideration *950. Nannte S. Sheppard nee Nanny S. Slier, to Louise Balnbrldge: lot 2, block 21. town of Neiperce. Consideration * 100 . Schuyler J. Adams et ux to Robert J. Day; lots 21-22-23-24-26-27-28, sec tion 5-82-1 west. Consideration *28. Isaiah Abbott et ux to M. B. Erb: lots 1 and 2. section 2-35-1 east, south half southeast quarter section 35-3(-l east. Consideration *3,000. Patenta. United States to Peter Book: lots 8-4-11-12-13-14-15-16, section 9-35-2 west. 1 Final Receipts. 1 United States to James N. Pratt; ; southeast quarter northwest quarter; ' south half northeast quarter; north west quarter southeast quarter, section 1 18-36-4 east. Consideration (400 United States to Oscar Rinehart; I southwest quarter southeast Quarter, ; southeast quarter southwest quarter. j section 32-36-1 west. Consideration *3. - I ■ 1 Living Expenase Rapidly Rising, Prices of fuel, clothing and practi cally all food products are constantly increasing, according to a bulletin Just issued by the bureau of laborj cover ing the period from 1890 to 1904. In the early nineties prices were very ! high, but In the last four years they , have been steadily Increasing, until now they are relatively higher than In 1 1892 , Just before the memorable flnan j clal and commercial depression. The period of lowest prices was from 1894 to 1897. The lowest price of beef was In April. 1896, when the best choice was quoted at *3.85 to *4.35 per hundred. The highest price was In the latter part of August, 1902. when the price touched *7.60 to *9 per hundred lbs. Corn was lowest in 1896 and highest in 1892. In a table of comparison . In which j the average price for the years 1890 i to 1899 is taken as a base, 15 articles , of farm production. Including sheep, | rattle, hay. hogs, hides and grains, are enumerated. All except flaxseed LOW RATES EAST Law rate tickets to the EM mi calc August 1B, 1$, $4, 28, and B egtem b er 7, 8, », 10, 11, 18, 17, will be henered an the Burlington • Nertkem PnaW i a Express. If yeu Bent know «Mo «Min, be aura to End au« abeu« R bofara you decide year reute. Them b no ether se eenvenlsat R. B. WILSON, Traveling Frt. and Pa«. No. 4 Second Street. WaHa Wife, ~ have Increased over the average price from 18*0 to 1*9*. The Increases tor the prices In 1*0« range from 7.S per cent on eheep and *.7 per cent on cat tle to **.* per cent on com, U.8 per cent on oate, S8.S on wheat, and the top Increase of 96.2 on New Tork etate hops. The average Increase In In the wholesale price of farm products over the average for the years 1890 to 1899 la 26.2 per cent. Of 52 articles Included under the head of food It Is shown that In 1904 the prices of all but 14 articles were higher than the average prices from 1890 to 1899. Seventy articles under the head of cloth and clothing show that the aver age price for 1904 was 9.8 psr c-nt higher than the average from 1(00 to 1899. The table on fuel and lighting places the average 1«04 price at *3.« per cent higher than the 18*0 to 1899 price. Taxes Are New Payable. County Auditor Lydon and Deputy McEachron have completed the work on the 1906 tax rolls, and have given out the following figures on the amounts to be 00 Use ted: County. Original .............. v >. Sanitary ............... Poll.................... District School .......... tllUM# MMP Totel ..................(I1M4ESS Municipal. Nesperce...................8 M78J* Culdesac .................. 948.1» Peck......... 10M» Lewiston .. ............ S9.88f.8B Total.................... 848.18MB Chinese Tortura Converts. Hongkong, Nov. *0.—Women converts of the Baptist mission at Teungchau have been whip ped, It le reported, by the na tives, and the febllng agalnat the missionaries and native converts Is growing. The wom en beaten received *000 laeheo.