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Records of Whitman County
Record of Instruments filed for rec ord in the otlieo of the auditor of Whitman county, Friday, October <. 1910. Deeds Jas. M. Atkins to Fred J. U*4g* leu vi ux, aW.4, except, 13-14-4 -1, tract in eeq 14-14-44, $9600. J. M. Atklni to O. i. liittle, pt swq 13-14-44, pt sen 14-14-44, $7400. T. H. Spriagnieyer to Margaret tspiiiit,...' .■ pi lot iv, b.K 11, Fitch a add, Palouas, $10. Frank C. Reed et ux to A. D. Vlev ins, pt 27-19-44, $4630. Moretz Peterson to Friederike Pe terson, lot 30, pt lot 31, blk 14, Ro salia, $5000. Railway Land & Improvement Co. to Chas. O. Wilson, lots 1, '1,2 3, i, blk 14, t»eauhvey of Steptoe, $110. Chaa. U. Wilson ct ux to Bvena Lam ber, lot 4, blk 49, iota 11, 13, 13, 14, blk 19, resurvey of Steptoe, $200. Railway Land & Improvement Co. to Cans, O. Wilson, lota 10, 11, blk 46, lota 11, 12, 18, 14, blk 18, lot 4, blk 49, resurvey of Steptoe, $200. Frank Willoughby, admr., to Sam uel Ailor, lota 1, 14, blk 11, J hu son $200. Miles Frey el ux to Benj. Aisup, lots 9,10, blk 3, Avenue add, Colfax, $SOO. Geo. W. Thompson et al to Alex ander li. Lynch, nil seq 35-16-44, $1. Alexander 11. Lynch et ux to Geo. 11. Miller, wh uwq 30-10-44, neq 35 -10-44, in. seq 35-10-44, $10,000. ileal Mortgages Oliver It. Thompson et ux to li. W. Thompson, lot 6, bik 6, Ream j 2nd ami, Pullman, $110. O. 1. Hittle et ux to J. M. Atkins, pt swq 13-14-44, pt seq 14-14-44, $3700. A. U. Blevius et ux to Ed. ttoberts, pt 2 7-19-4 1- lots 4, 5, blk 34, Oakes dale $2000. A. D. Blevina et ux to P. A. Da vis, pt 27-19-44, lots 4, 5, blk 34, Oakesdale, $452. Fred J. Hedglen et ux to Jus. M. Atkins, swq 13-14-44, except, pt seq 14-14-44, $4800. S. F. Hllllard et ux to M. Q. De bord, sh nwq, uh swq 24-13-44, $4800. Asa A. White et ux to Milton G. Debord el al, eh neq 10, nwq 11-13 -4.., $5000. Walter 11. Wilt et ux to Jno. Hart, lot 6, blk 1, Myrick's add, Colfax, $500. Ceo. M. Miller et ux to Alexander 11. Lynch, wh nwq 36-16-44, neq 35 -16-44, nh seq 35-16-44, $8000. Chattel Mortgages C. F. Anderson to Herman Junke, livestock, Impdements, $552. Wm. D. Ragon to Bank of Winona, livestock, wagon, crop on wh nwq 20 -17-39, ?500. Ed Byers to J. A. Robeson, live stock, 600 bushels wheat on swq 28 -19-42, $317. Andrew Leach to Shoudy Bros., 250 bushels wheat on nh neq 30-18 -3 D, $100. Releases Elizabeth M. Harvey to E. David son, real mtg. Neal Cheetha into Mario) Snyder, partial release real mtg. Jno, G. Gibs m to Asa O. White, real mtg. Chas. E. Scriber to Geo. Hardy et al, chat; to Roy Zaring, chat. National Bank to J. W Pearsol, chat. Conditional Bills of Sale National Cash I later Co. to \V. T. Graham, register, $75. Miscellaneous Geo. W. Larue to the public, affi davit. Advance Thresher Co. to the pub lic, affidavit of renewal of chat. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1910 Deeds Peter Proff et ux to Temple A. Turnley, lots 3, 4, 5, 6, blk4, Proff's 2nd add, Rosalia, $410. J. C. Lawrence and wife to C. E. Averill, tract in 4-17-44, $1000. Milwaukee Land Co. to M. C. Mor row, lot 12, blk 22, Maiden, $150. Real Mortgages. Temple A. Turnley et ux to Whit man County National Bank, lots 3, 4, 5, 6, blk 4, Proff's 2nd add. Ro salia, $197. Geo. W. .Manring et ux to L. Stock man, lot 8, blk 44, Holbrook's add, Garfield, $700. Wallace Doty et ux to Emma E. Thayer, lot IS, Squires & Gaddls' subdivision of lots 4, 5, 6, 7, blk 2, Lawrence & Holbrook's add, Pull man, $1500. Chattel Mortgages Jay R. Lee to Colfax State Bank, livestock, Implements, $1000, P. W. Burns to First State bank of Garfield, livestock, Implements, crop on pt 6-18-45, $550. Frank H. Scott to Gaston Billions, livestock, 1000 bushels wheat on 13 -18-40, $760. 8. A. Johnson to Jno, Terhune, livestock, 2-3 crop on nwq 7-18-41, $440. W. A. Blrdsell to John Terhune, • livestock, crop on nwq 4-17-41, $530. ' EMssssa 11. L. Stewart to Coo. W. Manring, real Ultg. ceo. E. Ritchie to Pullman Im provement Co., real mtg. F. A. Davis to P. W. Burns, chat. Advat.ce Thresher Co. to Swen L-uensou et al, chat. Goston Billioux to Frank H. Scott et al, chat. li. Houchin to Frank 11. Scott ot al, i hat. John Terhune to S. li. Shields, chat; to F. 11. Scott, chat; to John W. Morgan, chat. St. John State bank to J. 11. Burns, chat. W. S. Imbler to S. B. Shields, chat. Warren S. Imbler to Win. A. Bird sell, chat. Kills of Sale Louis Filer to E. R.Doughty, one halt interest in diug business, $1460. Assignments Cash N. Caddis to Wm. Swain, real mtg. Thos. Anderson to D. W. Truax, real mtg. Miscellaneous D. li. Buchanan vs. Hagaman & McCurdy, crop on section 33-IS-41, section 7-19-41, neq 18-19-41, lieu, $139. MONDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1910 Deeds M. Lenner et ux to J. J. Miller, 111. <' covered by leave, $1. C. E. Averil let al to Wm. M. Ken i,ed,. iota 1, 2, 3, 4, eh nwq 29-16 -16, .-■ 13,000. >•. M. Morris to Fred 11. Ankcorn, pt lot. 1, blk 2, Fitch's add, Palouse, |6»U. | Carey Investment Co. to John I .ii:iui, pt 19-17-46, pt 13-17-45, pt 'M-l .'■ 15, $11,325. M. Rush Bennett and wife to Char ley Helmer, lots 1, 2, blk 1, Rohl eder's add, Sunset, $300. Milwaukee Laud Co. to L, R. Dil lingham, lot 8, blk 51, Maiden, $200. L. K. Dillingham and wife to Oscar B. Moody and wife, lot 8, hlk 51, .Maiden, .325. Preston B. Morris and wife to H. li. Curtis, lots 8, 9, 10, blk 25, Me- Keuzie's add, Pullman, $800. 11. T. Coleman et ux to Coleman Cemetery Ass'n., tract in 26-16-45, 450. 1. A. Waggoner et ux to Fred S. Ashley, lot 2, Ilk 6, Shobe'a 2nd add, LaCrosse, $ 1 Blanche V. Clark and husband to Fred S. Ashley, lots 3, 4, blk 0, . nobe's 2nd add, LaCrosse, $1. Geo. T.Huffman and wife to J. 11. Dederick, lot 3, blk 2, Geo. T.Huff man's 2nd add, Tekoa, $100. Rosella Downs et al to Lillie May Parvin, pt 22-1 6-44, $1. Chattel Mortgages M. Lenner to J. J. Miller, live stock, $i5O. J. T. Hamilton to Farmers State Haul, of Colfax, household furnish ings, $150. G. B. Holllday to C. E. Wilson, livestock, $.»S. Gus A. Kllngenberg to Jos. C. Starkey, livestock, 2-3 crop on nwq .1-1.1-12, $400. El. VV. Gwinn et al to C. VV. Young, crop on pt sections 11, 12, 14, i .'.. 22, 23, in 14-44. 1000, Henry F. Ochs to Wm. L. Walls, livestock, $35 J. E. Thomas to John Terhune, livestock, crop on pt sections 20, 20 in 20-41. $660. Releases Colfax National Bank to Mike Li nner, chat. A. B. Eliot to R. 11. Vannice, chat. Farmers State Bank of Colfax to Jay R. Lee, chat, W. H. Lawson to Geo. V. Roberts, chat. First National Bank of Pullman to Wesley Stevenson, two chats; to Carson W.Taylor, chat. F. L. Gordon to Win. N. Ladd, that. W. C. Morrow to Stephen G. Wen uover, chat. W. C. Morrow to Dell Harper, • aft. Ed. Byers to Fred E. Miller, chat. Kills of Sale Avery Mcluturff to 8. A. Fergu .-« .', stock of hardware, etc., $3828. Miscellaneous Advance Thresher Co. to the pub lic, two affidavits of renewal of chats Ed. M. Woydt to the public, affi davit of renewal of chat. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1910 Deeds Peter Church and wife to L. M Zumyalt, pt nwq 27,19-44, $6000. Friederick A .Baumann and wlf< to Mrs. Callle Brown, lots 20, 21 hlk 1, Jas. McCoy's add, Oakesdale $100. Geo. *_.. Hughes to Wm. H.Hughes pt 28-19-44, $3000. Geo. Fisher and wife to Adar Fisher, wh tract 15, Sheehan's pre posed add, Farmington, $250. Harvey D. Mattingley and wife t Salem C. Bageant, nh swq 14-18-41, $3000. Jas. S. Chase to S. E. Walker et al, sh 23-19-41, lease. Heal Mortgages L. M. Zumwalt and husband to Peter Church, pt nwq 27-19-44, $2000. S. M. Watson to S. D. Olmsted, lots 0, 7, 8, 9, 10, blk 12, Tekoa, $2500. John K. j_,uther and wife to First Savings & Trust Bank of Whitman county, pt sh seq 1-15-41, $700. Chattel Morggages A. J, Taj lor to S. A. Bail live stuck, wagon, $225. Roy H. Berry to H. A. Kaeppler, cafe furniture, etc., 150. A. G. Rainbolt to National Bank of Palouse, livestock, Implements, 2-3 crop on Geo. Harper farm, $2000. C. S. Obler to Tekoa State Bank, livestock, 16. W. Bumgarner to Chas. Scriber, livestock, $010. livestock, $1800. Fred E. Miller to F. S. Miller et al, livestock, $650. S.E. Walker et al tot James S. Chase, livestock, 2-3 crop on sh 23 -19-41, $1100. Releases N. S. h.uenour to Richard Cooper, chat. John Terhune to E. E. likins, chat. Pulman State Bank to W. R. Jaques, real mtg. Equitable Savings & Loan Ass'n., to Bernard McNeely, real mtg. J. 11. .Morris to .1. M. Klemgard et al, real mtg. United States Investment Corpora tion to Elizabeth O. Henderson, real mtg. Conditional Bills of Hale C. W. Smith to C. E. Cleveland, barber supplies, $140. Miscellaneous D. W. Truax vs. C. H. Cumin ings • t al, lis pendens. The LaDow Orchard Co., articles of Incorporation. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1910 Deeds M. C. Morrow to Mrs. Maud I. Powell, lot 1, bin 20, Maiden, $300. -Margaret A. Harrison and husband to Wm. H. Harrison, lot 1, blk IS, Pullman, $800. Andrew Anderson and wife to R. P. Hites, lots 3, 4, 5, 0, blk 7, Cul ton's add, Palouse, $1300. M. Hansen and wife to R.P. Hi tea, lots 1, 2, blk 7, Culton's add, Pa louse, $100. Hiram Lodge No. 21, F. & A. M., to .Milton E. Scantlin, lot 54, Ist add, Masonic cemetery, $20. Real Mortgages Wm. D. Marsh aud wife to Hetht erington & Riechers, wh swq 23-17 -40, $1500. inos. J. Rhoads and wife to Gas ton Bilhoux, swq 23-19-41, $3000. Wm. D. Marsh and wife to Hether- Ington & Riechers, eh swq 23-17-40, $500. Win. P. Smith and wife to Oregon -Mtg Co., nwq 6-19-44, seq 36-20-43, $8000. Chattel Fortgages Burt Jones to it. li. Games, 1500 bushels wheat ton 2718140, $668. R. E. Miller et al to Willard Crip pen, 1000 bushels wheat on swq 21 -19-41, pt neq, pt seq 24-19-41, $350. A, F. lii dard to S. li. Gale, live stock, $500. Releases Gilbert Hunt Co, to R. O. Cornel ius, chat. Winona nailing Co. to Stephen G. Wendover, chat. Win. L, Walls to Henry F. Ochs, chat. Henry T. Peterson to A. V. Nel son, chat. Pullman State Bank to J. O. Patte, eiiat. Pullman State Bank to J. O. Pate, chat. I. A. Henderson to J. D. Hagan and wife, real mtg. 1. A. Henderson to Milton P. Mc- Croskey, real mtg. Bills of Sale E. E. Cain to R. L. Cain, 50 tons hay, $600. Assignments Lulu Butterfleld to C. 11. Moore, real mtg. .THURSDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1910. Deeds J. C. Peterman and wife to Ther essa Peterson, lots 1, 2, blk 14, Wi ley's Ist add, Palouse, $1300. Phillip Kleweno and wife to Peter M. Cole, eh 26, eh 35 in 18-40, $20, -000. Geo. T. Huff mar and wife to Alice E. Norcross, lot 9, blk 5, College Hill add, Tekoa. $1. Geo. W .Hayden et ux to Oliver R. Pate, pt neq 29-18-45, $1. Geo. T. Huffman and wife to Jacob Miller, lots 5, 6, blk 4, College Hill add, Tekoa, $175. Real Mortgages Mary J. copper and husband to Gaston Billioux, sh seq, sh swq 31 -19-42, . 00. John Demysey to P. M. Shebau, nwq neq, seq neq 26, wh swq 24-20 -42, $950. N. B. Welton and wife to H. H. Warner, lot 5, blk 3, Coffin, add, Tekoa. $600. Chattel .Mortgages J. L. Yasser ot Advance Thresher Co., machinery, $2487. I.tIIUMS A. H. Anderson to C. F. Deeds et al, chat. M. C. Chase to H. D. Yates, chat. Bank of Endicott to Wm. Sellers, chat. Kate M.Foster to Myrtle 11. Dunn, real mtg. Potlatch Lumber Co. to Fannie Mullins and husband, real mgt. Gaston .oux to Philip Kleweno et ux, real mtg. L,ecn I tllliouz to Philip Klewi 0 el ux, real mtg. Smith A Clark to Wm. M. Sever and wife, partial release of lease. Conditional Hills 01 Sale. .1. 11. St. Lawrenceto A. M. Phil lips, piano, $276. J. 11. St. Lawrence to F. T. Nick son, piano, $275. C. A. Sullivan to G. A. Hark, meat market outfit, $1650. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT Civil Emma S. Wicker vs John T. Wicker —Decree of divorce granted plaintiy and defendant directed to pay $10 per month alimony. Hattie Maloney vs John Maloney Decree of divorce granted plaintiff. A. L. Hill vs Walter S. Dartt el ux —Judgment for plaintiff for (1376, foreclosure of mortgage and order of ale- of lots 7 ami 8, block 13, Wiley's addition to Palouse, J. .1. Miller vs M. Lenner —Case dismissed. M. J. Chapman ps W. C. Beach et al—Decree in foreclosure of tax lien and order of sale of lots 9, 10, 15 and ni. block l, Southaide addition to Pullman. M. J. Chapman vs L. H. Judaon — Decree in foreclosure of tax lien and order of sale of lots 18, 19 and 20, block 4, Southside addition to Pull man. M. J. Chapman vs James Cochran et tal —Decree in foreclosure of tax lien and order of sale of lots 10, 11 and 12, block 4, Southside addition to Pullman. Statte vs. James King — Case con tinued to November 11, to be then sot for trial. Probate Estate of Daniel 11. Farley, Insane — Order to sell the El-2 of NEI-4 of section 9, township 16 N, range 15 E. W. M. Estate of Edmund .1. Langdon— Decree of settlement and distribu tion. Guardianship of Gracia C. White — Allowance of $30 per month for sup port of minor. Estate of Eliie Fountatln —Order discharging administrator and clos ing estate. Estate of Fannie F. Collar.; — Charles Collard appointed adminis trator, bond $-5000. Guardianship of Howard L. Knight —E. H. Bryan appointed guardian, I..end $30 Estate ol F. J. Ferguson —Order of sale of lots 4 and 5, block _', town of Winona. Insanity of Frank Chekal —Dis- charged from hospital as recovered. Crop and Market Notes. The Garfield Fruit Growers' asso ciation has leased the Tacoma Grain company's warehouse lor packing ami handling the winter apple crop. A representative of the dining car service of the Santa Fe railway has purchased 10 carloads of Wenafc apples, to be used between Chicago and San Francisco. G. A. Green, a Salmon river sheep raiser, will ship 1000 spring lambs to the Chicago market, the first consign ment of the kind ever made from that section. The J. K. Arms by packing plant last week shipped one carload of IBuu boxes of Clarke county prunes to Riga, Russia, and two carloads of 2200 boxes to London, Eng. Yakima valley apple shipments for September were 407 cars, with 221 cars of other fruits sent out. Total shipments to date from that section have passed the 1000 car mark. Added to the shipments from We natchee, it is estimated that there will be shipped from Cashmere 600 carloads of apples; Peshastin, 800 carloads; Entiat, 150 carloads, and Chelan 300 carloads. The Carstens Packing company of Tacoma has arranged with the Puy allup ft Sumner Fruit Growers' asso ciation to take the surplus apple crop of the Puyallup valley, above the re quirements of the cannery, and will ship the product to South Dakota markets. Crop reports from Kittitas county Indicate that fully 300 carloads of hay will be produced in the county this eeason. This is the largest crop of hay ever harvested in the valley. fully 300 carloads of potatoes, 60 carloads of apples and 300 carloads grain, vegetables and miscellaneous products are reported. There are now 50,000 sheep pasturing in the valley and nearly 25,000 head of i cattle. FARMERS, ATTENTION \yE carry the following lines of merchandise most all of which i bought of first hands, that is, the manufacturer and in car load I or over and will guarantee quality, price and terms on anything sell. \t/E also try to keep extras for all lines of implements and f ar machinery handled by us and positively know that we do carry th largest stock of extras to be found in Whitman County. \\fE know that we are equipped to give you the best goods obtai able and at as reasonable figures as can be purchased and can »-un serve your interests equally as well as any firm in the State of Washin ih the same line of business. 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