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Records of Whitman County
MONDAY, JAN. 20, 1913
Gov. Patents and Receipts
United States to Andrew B. Max
well, wh neq, seq nwq. neq swq 19
State of Washington to M. Snyder,
nwq 16-20-44, $1920.
Trustees of LaCrosse Lodge No.
223. I. O. O. F.. to Andrew Hoist, nh '
lot 60, LaCrosse cemetery, $10.
Leonard L. Miller and wife to
Edw. D. Roberts, lots 3, 4, blk 70,
W. F. Simpson's add, Garfield.
Alpha M. Guehl and husband to
Henry Heimer, lots 1, 2. pt lot 9.
blk 5, Thornton, $2000.
Oregon Railroad and Navigation
Co. to Colfax National bank, eh 21
Elk Drug Store of Dayton to Wal
lace C. Goddard et al.. nwq, nh swq
John Leinweber and wife to Day
and Hansen Security Co., nh nh 2'»
Myrtle H. Golden and husband to
Sophia Golden, neq pt seq 10-20-40,
Geo. W. Garrelts and wife to Ar
thur J Logsdon, blk 8, Manrlng's
add, Garfield, $1.
Chicago, Milwaukee and Puget
Sound Ry. Co., to Chicago. Milwatt
gee and St. Paul Ry. Co.. all of its
G. H. Horn and wife to Henry
Stender, lot 3, blk 11. McDonald's
2nd add, Tekoa, $350.
Arthur J. Logsdon and wife to
Daniel M. Dobbins, blk 8, A'vln
Manrlng's add, Garfield. $800.
W. V. Ewing and wife to Elber
ton State bank, neq 36-17-44,
Harry E. Jordan to Vermont Loan
and Trust Co., neq neq, sh neq, seq
Henry Katerhagen et ux. to Farm
ers State bank of Unlontown. sh sen
2. wh neq 11-11-45, eh, eh nwq, ah
neq 26, nwq, nh swq 35, nh seq 34
D. L. Dutton to Bank of Rosalia,
live stock, etc., $500.
E. D. Rice to J. C. Rice, live
stock, etc., $408.
Robt. W. Fleming to Clifford S.
West, real mtg.
Sophia Golden to Myrtle H. Gol
den and husband, two real mtgs.
First State bank, Garfield, to .lan
T. Wooddy, real mtg; to John A.
Churchill, real nits.
Sophia Golden to Myrtle H. Gol
den and husband, two chats.
Hannah Anderson to Mack Mar
tin, real mtg.
Union Savings and Trust bank to
American Central Life Ins. Co., real
J. A. Perkins et al. to Eleanor
Truax Harris, two real mtgs.
E. F. Crawford et al. to the pub
Cash Hardware Store, articles of
TUESDAY, JAN. 21. 1913
N. W. McGlnnts and wife to P. F.
Hughes, seq 32-19-45, $12,000.
M. J. Cowling and wife to T. W.
Butler, lots 37, 38, 39, blk 57, Pull
man, $1750, contract. This has
been assigned to John L. Erwln.
Wm. Werner and wife to Mort
gage Company Holland-America,
lots 1, 2, 3, 4, blk 10, Lawrence and
Holbrook's add, Pullman, $500.
Commercial State bank to Daniel
M. Collingwood, real mtg.
National Bank of Palouse to John
W. McManama, chat.
Bills of Sale
Mrs. Evalyn R. Carlton and hus
band to W. F. Bonnel. house fur
Conditional Bills of Sale
Brunswlck-Balke-Collender Co. to
R. K. McMullen, pool tables, etc.,
Lee Allen to Mrs. F. T. Carlton,
Barnard Mfg. Co. to IV A. Wag
ner, planslfter, $445.
WEDNESDAY. JAN 22, 191
The following deeds have been Is
sued to the Maiden Co-operative Co.:
R. P. Loomla et al.. lots 8,9, 11, blk j
18, Maiden, $1; R. p. Loomis and
wife, lot 10, sh lot 11, blk 50, Mai
den, $4750; H. A. Kaeppler and I
wife, undivided half interest, lot 9.
blk 50, Maiden, $1; Etta M. Kaep
pier and hue., wh lota 1, 2, blk 40,
Maiden, $1; E. E. Stark and wife,
lot 16, blk 18, Maiden, $1, lot 8, blk
3, Maiden, $225; H.A. Kaeppler and !
wife, lot 7, blk 21, Maiden, $500;
Joe. A. Wllkomm, lot 9, blk 53, Mai
Jonathan Luther and wife to Geo.
Mackllet, pt wh 1-15-41. $12,606.
. Geo. W. Garrelts and wife to J. K.
Miller, tract In 33-18-46, $1.
Francis M. Dyer and wife to A. J.
i Logsdon, seq 10, swq 11, nh 15-15
Ralph Leonard and wife to Ben
i Uowerinau and wife, lots 1, 10, blk
1, Anderson's add, Rosalia, $160.
Edw. Pierce and wife to Peter Ter
rell, pt nwq 17-20-44, $7160.
Pandora Orchards, Inc., to Edw.
| Pierce, pt nwq 17-20-44, $3029.
i Geo. Mackliet and wife to Phillip
ilergert and wife, wh 1-15-41, con
Mary A. Dysart to E. M. Thomp
son, lot 6, blk 4, Campus Park add,
li. C. Smith and wife to Archibald
McAvoy, lots 1 to 16 inc., blk 8,
Second Syndicate add, Guy, $500.
Frank Leslie Titus and wife to
Security State bank, nwq, wh neq 2
-15-46, seq 34-1.-45, swq 35-16-45,
Andy Leach to Will R. Heglar,
crop nh neq 30-18-39, $50.
N. W. McGee to H. M. Chambers
and wife, real mtg.
Wheeler Motter Co. to Jonathan
Luther and wife, real mtg,
Arthur J, Logsdon to Francis M.
Dyer and wife, real mtg.
Harry H. Peterson to Bert C.
Hills of Sale
B. C. Brown to Ed Shlukosky,
barber's outfit, $200.
Jacob Ogle to M. A. Ogle, real mtg.
First State bank, LaCrosse, to
Arthur J. Logsdon, real mtg.
Mary A. Dysart to the public, lot
6. blk 4, Campus Park add, Pullman,
THURSDAY, JAN. 23, 1913
Milwaukee Land Co. to Chas.
Knott, lots 5, 6, blk 22, Maiden,
M. J. Rumbaugh to John Biedel,
lots 3, 4, blk 2, L. F. Smith's add,
Farmers State bank, Colfax, to
Sherman F. Town, nwq 16-17-43, $1.
Nick Deligiannis et al. to Farmers
Implement Co., sh sh 14, lot 1, neq
uwq, uh neq 23-14-41, except, $3250.
Sherman F. Town to Farmers
State bank,- Colfax, nwq 16-17-43,
Nick Deliglannis et al. to Farmer*
Implement Co., live stock, Imple
ments, etc., $3250.
E. M. Johnson to D. A. Hart, live
-lock, etc., $800.
E. It. Sargent to Bank of Starbuck,
live stock, half Interest in crop on 15
--13-37, etc., $500.
Cub A. Kliugenberg to Wiliner,
Dwyer and Stone, bankers, live stock,
•las. Gordon to Gus A. Klingen
berg, two chats.
Hills of Sale
Clara Lake to Eva Askins, person
al belongings, etc., $1.
FRIDAY, JANUARY 24, 1913
Win. Col*-, sheriff, to Security
State bank, lots 6, 7, blk 9, Wiley's
Ist add, Palouse, $342.
A. 11. Hampton and wife to Henry
Ochs, lot 3, blk 1, Winona, $400.
Wm. M. Shaw and wife to Carl
Worm, eh swq 30-19-44, $1.
Thos. Warwick and wife to Carl
VYorb, eh swq 30-19-44, $1.
Adam Luft to Annie Luft. pt 35
A. B. Eliot and wife to John W.
Barger, pt lots 14, 15, blk 9, La-
S. M. Watson and wife to Philip
Creasor, lots 7, 8, blk 12. Huffman's
2nd add, Tekoa, $1.
. Philip Creasor and wife to Geo. W.
Stamback, lots 11, 12, blk 12, Tekoa;
lots 7, 8, blk 12, Huffman's 2nd add,
State of Washington to Hugh H.
Wheeler, eh seq 16-18-42, $2200.
Plymouth Congregational Church
to Congregatloal Church Building
Society, lot 6, blk 28, Colfax, $1210;
lot 6, blk 28, Colfax, $2000.
Charley Hartley et al. to Fockler-
Carpenter Co., live stock, etc., $267.
Mrs. F. T. Carlton to E. W. Mc
t'ann, house furnishings. $80.
J. A. Anderson to Colfax Nat'l
bank, live stock, crop seq 36-16-41,
wh Bwq 31-16-42, $1200.
N. J. Allen to Colfax Nat'l bank,
live stock, $30.
Philip Hergert to Colfax Nat'l
bank, 2-3 crop seq .5-16-41, neq 36
--16-41, swq 30-16-42, nwq 31-16-42,
live stock, $1100.
Homer H. Hughes to Jas. O. Gil
key, real mtg.
Pacific Trust Assn. to Jonathan
Luther et ux., partial release, real
Bills of Sale
Wm. Cole, sheriff, to Holt Mfg.
•Co., harvester, $160. ■
Adam Luft to Annie Luft, live
stock .machinery, $1.
Vermont Loan and Trust Co. to M.
11. Lionsou, real mtg.
Greenawalt-Folger Co., articles of
Main Street Garage Co., articles of
Carl Worm to the public, affidavit.
E. J. Tramill to the public, two
T. S. Hutchinson to the public, af
G. li. Carter, sheriff, to H. D.
Mills, tract in neq 32-20-39, $256,
SATURDAY, JAN. 25, 1913
W. R. Anderson, referee, to Nancy
J. Hubbard, lots 3, 4, eh swq 19,
lots 1. 2, eh nwq 19-16-42, lots 1.
h, eh nwq 30-16-42, eh nwq 25, sh
neq 25, mi' neq' 25-16-41 undivided
half interest In lot 5, blk 5, Pullman,
John Kroll and wife to Edw. Krue
ger, neq 27-16-42, $10,400.
Clara Dingle and husband to J.
C. Allen, lots 3, 4, bik 15, Beach's
add, Palouse, $1.
Mary A. Dysart to Emerson Mer
cantile Co., lot 6, blk 4, Campus
Park add, Pullman, $200.
Edw. Krueger and wife to First
Savings and Trust bank of Whitman
County, neq 27-16-4 _, $4000.
Hattie T. Henkle and husband to
Henry Stender, lots 4, 6, 6, blk 1,
O. T. Huffman's add. Tekoa, $1000.
Win. P. Gilbert and wife to Union
Trust and Savings bank, neq 30-16
Mrs. Louisa Chappell to Fockler-
Carpenter Co., live stock, etc., $146.
G. Hanson to Colfax National
bank, 2-3 crop on nwq 28-14-39,
live stock, $400.
Annie Wilee to Mildred Moor and
husband, real mtg; to Martha A.
Bluett, real mtg. .
Effle M. Marshall to Luther C.
Kerns and wife, real mtg.
John D. Ellis to W. P. Gilbert and
wife, real mtg.
J. K. McCornack to F. L. Titus,
Matthew McGowan to F. L. Titus,
Bank of Sprague to Harvey L. Liv
ingston, two chats.
P. B. Stravens to Farmers State
hank of Colfax, real mtg.
J. W. Richards to the public, affi
John Pattison to the public, affi
Frank A. Lee to the public, affi
MONDAY, JAN. 27, 1913
Mary Critchfield to John F.
Stubbe, lots 13, 14, 15, 16, blk 5,
Willard H. Roots and wife to Em
ma M. Whltham, pt lot 2, blk 34,
Emily E. Moulton to Geo. N. Lam
phere Sr., lot 2, wh lot 3, blk 19,
Wiley's 2nd add, Palouse, $325.
John F. Stubbe and wife to Mary
Critchfield, lot 3, blk 6, Ist add,
St. John, $2030. '
Robt. J. Park and wife to Ver
mont Loan and Trust Co., nwq 25
Maxle C. Morse to Whltham and
Wagner, lot 26, McGee's subdivision
of lota 1, 2, of 6-14-45. $130.
Jas. S. Chase to St. John State
bank, live stock, $560.
W. C. Braman to R. C. Jacobs et
al., 2-3 crop on sh swq 24-18-40,
Llppltt Bros, to E. R. Sargent,
Conditional Bills of Sale
National Cash Register Co. to H.
S. Groat, register, $555; to R. K.
McMullen, register, $50.
John J. Busch to Dolph Coolidge,
Monroe F. Sayles to the public,
Superior Court Proceedings
Edith Taggart vs. William E. Tag
gart- Decree of divorce.
Henry W. Reid vs. Temperance O.
Reed —Decree of divorce.
Pioneer National Bank vs. Earl W.
Etter—Defendant's demurrer sub
mitted for ruling of the court, and
Bush vs. Ellis —Order directing
county clerk to turn over surplus
funds to heirs who have become of
age and to guardian of minor heirs.
Sophia Golden vs. Myrtle H. Gol
den et al.—Order of dismissal.
Allle Worthlngton Graff vs. Wal
ter B. Graff, Order of default.
Standard Lumber Co.—vs. J. A.
Waggoner, two cases, in one of which
J. K. Trimble is garnishee defendant
-Judgments for plaintiff.
Potlatch Lumber Co. vs. M. D.
Campbell —Judgment for plaintiff.
Judgments for plaintiff were
granted in cases ancillary to above
in which John Codd, Good & Reid,
and Root & Blegle, respectively, were
named as garnishee defendants. In
cases ancillary to the above also in
which Florence S. Ferguson and J. P.
Hubbard were named respectively as
garnishee defendants, orders of dis
missal were granted.
State vs. W. H. Sherrod—Arraign
ment, plea of not guilty; trial Bet for
February 13, 1913, at 9 o'clock a. m.
Estate of Catherine Verheyen—
Order appointing Theodore Arts ad
ministrator and fixing his bond at
Estate of Christena Bailor-Order
admitting will to probate and direct
ing the administrator, Marias Bailor,
to publish notice to creditors.
In the matter of the guardianship
of Sable and Noah Byrum —H. W.
Hanford appointed guardian.
Louisa C. Shirk vs. William G.
Shirk Action for divorce.
William Walker Shields vs. Mar
lott Snyder and H. A. Malsed —Ac-
tion for money due.
Elmer E. Doan and L. F. Hachez
vs. H. A. Malsed- Action for money
Anna M. Kleweno vs. Aaron and
Christian Litzenberger—Action to
quiet title to real estate.
The Pullman Rod and Gun club
will pay $25 reward for the arrest
and conviction of anyone killing
quail or any of the game birds in
the vicinity of Pullman out of sea
PULLMAN GUN CLUB,
Harry Austin, Sec.
BABY'S PORTRAITS will be
treasured by baby's relatives.
We have SPECIAL STYLES
for BABY PICTURES.
ROBERT BURNS. Pullman. Waah.
THE IMPERIAL DAIRY
Pullman's Most Sanitary Deity
MILK CREAM EGOS
"'hone Farmers 9K
L. —. Moore. Prop.
1111 _o** $11001
Completely Equipped, f.o.b. Pullman, Wash.
THIRTY HORSEPOWER REMY MAGNETO
FIVE PASSENGER WARNER SPEEDOMETER
TOURING CAR MOHAIR TQp Q
110-INOH WHEEL BASE CLEAR VISION
TIMKEN BEARINGS WIND SHIELD
CENTER CONTROL PRESTO-LITE TANK
THREE-POINT SUSPENSION NICKEL TRIMMINGS
High-Priced Feature No. 5
We have the very best and most expensive bearings —Timken & Hyatt
in the Overland Model 69T. They a/re the same brand as used in $5000 and
•■ ■ .
The sturdy I-beam section, drop forged Overland front axle is equipped
with Timken bearings.
The three-quarter floating rear axle is equipped with Hyatt bearings.
The Overland 69T motor possesses a five-bearing crankshaft— a three
bearing. And the action of the Overland 69T transmission is secured by
more high-grade and expensive bearings.
Quantity production—4o,ooo cars yearly— permit these high-priced
A post card will bring a catalogue, which explains the many high priced
features of this moderate-priced car.
Main Street Garage Company
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Farmers Phone Bell Phone
Office, Blue 2 Office, 100 R
Res., Red 35 Res., 100 V
FA ■:. * -
Dr. E. T. PATEE
Physician and Surgeon
Office 804 Alder St.
Residence 301 Colorado St.
& Storage Co.
3. P. Duthie. Manager
Brtefc. Items, o— At am* Sound.
We ssake a specialty of moving
household goods and pianos.
Gall on as and give us a trial.
Ottlee. 907 Grand st.
BEAUTIFY MO PROPERLY LIGHT
WITH HIGH GRADE ELECTRI
CAL FIXTURES .
Reasonable Price**—-Order Xi»*v
Clair A. Fulmer
ELECTRICAL FIXTURES AND
CLOVER LEAF DAIRY.
The Leading Dairy of Pullman.
Phone Farmer* 400.
All cowa passed test for tuberculo
sis. First for clean milk by bacterio
logical inspection by Stat* College
experts. Place your order* for milk
and Cream. 0et.20-Nor.lo.
("leaning and Weaving Works
Rugs Made of Old Ingrain and
Brussels —Also Rag Rugs
and Rag Carpets
Vacuum Cleaning by the Hour
Phone 243 Pullman, Wash.
FOR RENi —Quarter section; all
tillable; near town and warehouse.
Wm. Porter & Co., Pullman, Wash.
City Property j
PUt Iran Black
; A lOcTinof
With every 25c pipe
; 2 tins with every 50c pipe
120* . Main - Street
FIRE, LIFE, ACCIDENT.
OLD AGE, FIDELITY,
Also agent for Steamship tickets.
M. J. CHAPMAN, Agt.
Room 15, First Natl Bank Blk.