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About The Sumpter miner. (Sumpter, Or.) 1899-1905 | View Entire Issue (April 11, 1900)
Wednesday, Aprj li. 1900.
THE SUMPTER MINER.
The following Is the record of official
business transacted at the county seat of
Baker county for the week ending Tues
day, April te:
REAL t-ITATU TRUSTERS.
Warranty deed-Mch jo. Geo Rhine et ux to A
C Rest, tots 1, an J ), blk 16, Atwood's in J
Jn, Baker City $
Warranty deed July at, Henry R Reed et al
trustee, to Flavin Perkins, n i ol ne ' sec
to, an d se M ot sec a8, tp 8 s. r jo e
Warranty JeeJ Men 21, Mary P Cannon et Ir
to J C Newton, tot 6, Mk 9, Atwood's tst adn,
Baker City 90
Warranty deed Dee 11, John E Dorset! et ux
to Mrs G E Rotlnson, lot j. Mk G, DeRoo's
dn, Baker City a$o
Receiver's receipt Feb 15, United States to
Rhoda E Jett, In full (or w K ol ne K nd e
)i of nw JTiec 17, tp 10 s. r ite . 400
Receiver's receipt Feb 16, United Slates to
George W Jett, In lull for w 'of se and e
Jiof sw'j, sec j.tpios.r ire 400
Warranty deed-Mch 11, Rhoda E Jett et vlr to
II S Durgan, H int In w S ol ne ff and e !i
ol nw X.sec t?, tpios, r j? e too
Warranty deed-Men ji, Geo W Jett et ux to
Michael Lynch, X Int In w ) ol se H and e
ii ol sw , sec 5, tp 10 s, r 17 t too
Warranty deed April 1, I1 A Mann et ux to
Powder River L & Irr Co, nw ( ol se X, sec
Bondlor deed June 14, J J Thompson et ux
to W A Cartmlll, t j It oil s side ol sw X ol
sec t, tp 8 s, r y t 1
Warranty deed-Dec 18, Clark Taber et al to J
D Glbbs, lot 8, btk j, Sumpler Heights adn . . 300
Warranty deed Jan 9, Mary Gagen et vlr to J
D Glbbs, lot 1, blk 6, Sumpter Heights adn . . 40
Warranty deed -Jan 10, P D Estes to J D
Glbbs, lot 9, blk 7, South Sumpler adn joo
Warranty deed Mch ai, Clark Taber et al to
Sidney Glbbs, lot j, blk j, Sumpter Heights
Warranty deed-Mch to. Francis M Weeks et '
vlr to Jas Croke, about 44 acres on Burnt
river, near Express jooo
Warranty deed-Oct si, A H Church to S An
derson, lot 6, blk 9, Bratlaln & McComa's
adn, Baker City 47j
Warranty deed-April 4, W A Kerstlng to M E
Kerstlng, ixit.j It In nt cor blk i. At
wood's ind adn. Baker City 1
Warranty deed April 9, Jonathan J Sturglll to
In E P Cranston, Jr, sw K ol sec 6, tp 8 s, r
4) e, except a 4Ht strip: also 1-18 Int In up
per ditch 1000
Receiver's receipt Dec 18, '09, Recelever to J
J Sturglll, final payment lor sw ',( ot sw (,
sec 6, tp 8 s, r 4t e 40
Patent June ii, '96, United States to JJ Stur
glll, 160 acres In sec 16, tp 8 s, r4te
Agreament Nov 10, '09, Oregon T & A Co Id
to P &-A J Roethler, to sell j6o acres In sees
j, ti and 11, tp 7 s, r 19 e, on or before Dec
t, 1904 )5
Mining deed-April 4, L J Hardwood el ux to
A J Trimble, .' int in Annululu qli elm
Articles ol Incorporation April 4, The War
Eagle Gn!d Mining Go, John LAbrams, John
J Hennessy and Sam R Stott, incorporators,
capital $100,000, shares 10 cent par
Quit claim deed-April t. P D Healy et al to
Grlnly G Mg Co, Int In Colorado and Colo
rado Extension qt elms.. .
Quit claim deed April , A J Stlnson et al to
O C McLeod et al, Int In Colorado and Colo
rado Extension qti elms
Quit claim deed-Oct 10, Charles C Adams to
P D Healy, it Int In Colorado and Colorado
Extension qli elms '5
Quit claim deed-April 9, Geo L Turner to A W
Clllt et al, H int in In Yosemlte qti elm 1
Quit claim deed-Mch t8, Fred Knuth to Her
man Peper, tf int In the Navajal qtt elm too
Quit claim deed-Mch 19, C Halle to L H Sain
mons, Int In Butte and Humbold qli elms and
Spring Gulch and Extension placer claims. 1
Quit claim deed-Dec 16, D EGunsolus to S J
Breakwell, M int in May Blossom placer too
Chattel April 4, S Cleln et ux to Louis Kos
mlnlsky, chattels In Coeur d'Alene saloon,
Mortgage-April 6, W J Cartmlll et ux to F
VanDerwall.s Jsofsji0' sec 11, tp 8 s, r
Mortgagt-Nov 4. H J Wood et ux to J D
Glbbs. lot 6, blk j, Sumpler Helghths adn. . .
Mortgage-April , A H Sprague tl ux to A L
Brown, lots it and 17. blk A, Fisher's adn,
Mortgagt-Aprll 7. S Anderson et ux to T
Moore, lot 6, blk 9. BralUln k McComa's
adn, Baker Oly
Chattel-April 5. Eugene Slsley to Thossai
Koach, horses. 1 set harness and 1 helSer
Chattel-Mch 1, C H Will et ux to Henry
Finge'r, Clifton hotel bldg and (urnlture there
in, on lot 7, blk t, Sumpter 00
Chattel April 5. C E Morse to Annie Tedrowe.
chattel In the barber shop on tot t, blk 4.
Sumpter . . 301
Judgment April 4.John Wheeler sP A Guide
Lien April 6, Shocktey !c McMurren vs FA
Johnson, lots 8 and 9. blk K. DeRoo's adn.
Baker City, for material furnished. tit .
Action April 5. J II. Holtcnhouse vs James B
Orman and Wm. Crook, to secure amount
due lor services performed by pltff In behalf
of Jells 174
Actlon-Arrll 9, E M Payton et al vs F M liar- 1
rington et al, lor Injunction restraining drlts
from Interfering with pllfl's Interests In Dur-
Action April 7. M A C Campbell, exeex vs
Moses Carpenter, tor amount due on note
and for goods sold Jell J54 1
Action April 9, Jas A Johnson vs Hattle Ohl
son et vlr, lor decree that delta deed the w -
ol lots o and to, blk 8, Parker's adn, Baker
City, to pltR as agreed In writing No, t, '98,
for sum ol f 1000, and lor damages 800
Lease Mch r, Sister M A Whealen to John
Rohner et al, ol ne W ol sec j6. tp 8 s, r 18 e,
lor ! luy and i grain crop
Action-April 10. W R Hawley et al vs Little
Giant Mng Co, attachment to secure ami due
lor goods sold delt by pltHs... not
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