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Are you looking for Bargains? If so, Attend ™;"u v ISiBOSTOH'S ~ and /Holiday SPECIAL SALE anc * on day Here We Enumerate Oily a Few of the Many Bargains WAN "I FAIUtItVS #1 25 and 1.50 Lace Curtains, 151.50I $1.50 white lawn shirt The cut re ,<tock of dainty full 3/, yds long-and waists for ladies trim and popular wash goods will >' ds wlde ' P e [P a,r " ie<l w ' th embroidery and be placed oil our bargain table 9oC aCt ' ° r /\Q at astonishingly low prices. ; cyOO 65c Silk Koliemie in hair line WoiDPll's irate SMftS c ~ nn 7 7~, ~ j 7 polka dots, conies i„ will llc 0 „e of He leading fea- ™mrnedvUh Mne, tan, easlon and pink, ,„ res . I>rices c ,„ a l lllo st in , i( for special for this sale two 1 ' _ 49c tt.so and $7 Skirts $4.98 ——T l '-*- 1 .. .. .. Women's runabout skirts, $1--5 ladies percale wrap- Voile Suiting in made oflllanish tweeds, pers, wide flounce yoke, tans,-ray and blue, this sale cheviotS) coverts and crav . trimmed with braid for 14C enette in light and dark Ofic . , - shades,7 and o groves hand- 20c primrose batesto m blue, somely tucked inserted $1.00 girls'school dresses, cream, champagne and pink pleats, numerous rows of made of fine percale and for this sale tailor stitching at bottom, gingham, neatly trimmed 12k: I very stylish, worth up to $7! with novelty braid, ages — go during this sale at 6to 14 years, for 15c Altuera Batiste and fig- <£/! ftft fiOr ured dimities, for this sale 7ic I $+.50 and 5.00 Skirt $3.98 I ODDS A>D LNDS 15c fine Madras dress Giug- Women's runabout skirts 15c ladies' fast black hose, hams in preftty designs, for made of .nani.h tweeds . , . this sa'e English meltons, neatly ' o» tailored,worth up to $;> for and M j BMS . hose $3.98 supporters, 9c. Ilonscliolii Linens-Last Opportunity — Best quality P ea r i buttons, 5?1.25 ai 1 1.50 Satiu Table Deep Cut on Shirt 5c Damas full 72 in. wide. Waists for Ladies Genuine Witch Hazel toilet warrai ed pure linen, per yd soap, 3c. $4.50 and 5.00 ladies silk yOC shirt waists.come in black FO l MEN AND BOYS Drapery: it Lace Curtain Values lytrimmeli wiS'iace'and 75c men ' s Neg,i * te * hirl *' 4Bc 1 r, . ..... • c • iy trimmed wun lace anu 6 5 c me n's black Twill working Shirt!, 39c ~ figured curtain Swiss, 36 insertion, for this sale 20c Men's fast black cotton hose, toe 111. wide m pretty designs, Mtn>j £o , ored Ba|brisgan underwear> 25c I/ r 3 « C 7 Boys' school knee pants, 48c rr-IThe Boston |ss~ ATTHEiGIIT HOUSE R! WEEKLY RECORD OF LEGAL IIOINOS Af COUNTY SEAT. rttautch of the Superior Court and New Cases I iled. List of Real Es tate Transfers and Miscellaneous tntsruments Piled With County Auditor. In thp Superior Court. n# following is he record of business trans lii tli.; Hi nourt for the weekend ii«f Hat 'JO, l!' 05. CA Reardsley vs P G Tilly et al. Ta ties under advisement. fn re estate S W Depp, dee'd. Marie IS JAipp appointed administratrix. &Megliavacca vs Gns Leaf. Judgment iw plaintiff for $47.00 and costs. Jii A Blair \u Huby l'elland. Sale tasted and costs taxed to defendant. Ailiergnieir vs Union Mill Co. Motion for continuance denied. Kobt Rowland vs O C Vammen. Plain ■ tiffallowed to amend reply. Veysey vn .Jos Bernard. Demur- T»e to com plaint overruled. in re claim of extra services as county I; eommissioiiiirf. M It Sherwood allowed $2250, and C W Ai land $30.50. Simpson Logging Co vs Eldridge Tfiiepler, administrator. Demurrer to «*>TK»«liiint overruled. lizzie Anderson vs L. S. Anderson. Ufclsndant required to pay $50 as suit money. Uroder ici; it Bascom Rope Co vs Geo J'l.'kins, Judgment for plaintiffs for $535.50 and costs. "In to cp' *r '''hp iii A Newham, dee'd. Kikc'li'iii m of properly confirmed. Montesano National Bank vs Krwin M Yn.i.t. Judgment for plaintiff for $2,- <fcj.2 1 and costs and attorney fees. H W Lumber Co vs J A Graham, slier c.K.'i i . ur.i.'rad to surrender proper ly ii ,olved to ; : .ii tiff. '■ ir o--' -iti II J Rossiter, dee'd. Sale TiTjt'. 1 estate cor finned. Jti t ■ '.'iii'i'diatisliip of Grace Roasi'er, xnssor. bale ol real estate confirmed. .Hiiownnr oases set for trial: J K Hike !l vs Win Kester, May 25; Niue tit.'e A. Morgan vs M Anticli, May 20. Xii'iV CASES. J if. Binck vs Win Kester. iv u France vs H Anderson, I'eter Thompson, C I) Rand, James Dietrich, O I. Grain, I* .F Ferguson, F W Butler, (7«ges.; Foreclosure tax lien, G W Nintnure vs Jas W Can'ne, Si BVT Im.Je Andoreon vs L S Anderson, Di mti. Wiua Co vs Leaf and Ja edbv... Pe r> . ' Ninemire A Morgan Co vs M Antich et a!. Minanl & Co vs Geo Perkins et al. On note and mortgage. Real Estate Transfers. For the week ending May 20, comilled from the records by the Washington Abstract Com puny of Aberdeen: U S to Clias S'reet, patent lots 5, 6, and e}g of sec 18-10-8. Will Limning to Kloia Abel, lot 5, blk 3, Lanning's add Aberdeen —$1. W G Hopkins to Will Lanning, tract adjoining Benn A Hopkins add Aber-sl. Geo H Dunning to Mark E Carroll, lo' 8, blk 0, Karr's Mill add Hoquiam-S7OO. County Treasurer to Chehalis Countv, tax deed to all lands in Chehalis county delinquent for taxes of 1897. City Montesano to Kdward Long, lot 19, Third add Wynooche cemetery—slo. Merri|l & Ring Lumber Co to Northern Pacific Ry Co, right oi wav through nw of sec 17-19 11—5475. Same to Same, right of way through Bwla eec 20-19 11—$510. F N Marshall to Bryden A Leitch, lots 13, 14, 19, 20. 21. 22, 23, 24, blk 14, First add South Aberdeen $320. F N Marshal to A W Bryden, lots 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, blk 24, naine add—*2oo. A W Bryden et al to S B McCracken, iota 1, 2, blk 23, same add—sl. A W Bryden et til to E M Olsen, lots 9, 10, 11, 12, blk 23, same add—sl, A W Bryden et al to li N Frederick sen, lots 5, 0, blk 23, First add South Aberdeen —$1. Max Gradl to Win Powers, e}4 lot 1, blk 3, Bay View add Aberdeen—s7oo. Flora Abel to M A Brachvogel, lot 6, blk 5, Hopkins aed Aberdeen—s27s. F E Jones to Henry Stewart, lot 5, blk 00, W & B Second add Aberdeen—slso. US to Win J Kendiick, patent nw'4 sec 12-21-10. Jas W Kondrkk to Wood Lumber Co, r.e'4 sec 11-21-10—$5. W J Kendr ok t . Wood Lumber Co, nw'£ sec 12-21-10—$5. C R Moss to Amanda Klfbrandt, quit claim blk B, Feuiier & Moody's «dd Montesano—sl. County Treasurer to Olympic Land Co, tax deed lot 1-', blk 2. Stewart's First add HighUn 1 llutn<-; lot 10, blk 17, Rice's add; lot 22, blk 1, IVnnell's add; lots 5, 0, 7. blk 3, Syndicate add: lots 4, 5, 0, bik 47, lloquiam add Abi-r. Same to Same, lols 3 4, 5, 0, 9, 11, 12, blk 35,-North Aberdeen. S G Simpson to Clias Mitchell, tract in ne'4 of sec 8-17-7—5250. J B Bridges to Henry McCleary, quit claim nw, w% of sw'j and e)£ of sw 1 sec 12, except 17 acres; also se sec 11 and sw|i of ne'4 sec 11-18-5, 503 acres -$1. Robert Chabot to P A Worden, lot 7> blk 3, Moclips—sl2s. Geo H Emerson to Cbehalis Boom Co, quit claim lot 2, sec 17-17-B—sl. F E Jones to Otto Kauppmen, lots 5.6, blk 58, N P add South Aberdeen —$10.). F E Jones to V llauniuen, lots 7, 8, blk 58, same add—sloo. ABERDEEN HEkALD. THURSDAY. MAY 25 1905 A J West to C K Bolander, lots 8, !) blk 57, same add—slso. J A Hutcheson loSK Bowes, lots 5 to 9, blk 67, N P add South Aber—s"oo. .Santa Fe Pacific Ry Co to A D Devon shire, lot 4. of w'4 of nw'/j sec 12-15-9, and lot 1, sec 27-21-11 —*223. Ellis Marten to Lee Rusk, lots 1, 2, blk 19, Second add South Aberdeen—sl. J E Medcalt, admr, to R (J Carlile.lots 7, 7, blk 1, Cailile'nadd Montesano—s3o. W J Auda to C A Carlile, lot 10, blk 12, B & D add Montesano—#loo. Jane Pasco to C A Cailile, lot 5, blk 2, R & M add Montesano—sso. Anna M Smith to R G Carlile, lot 11, blk 12, B & D add Montesano—sl(H). S K Howes to Matt Kangas, lots 5, G. blk 67, N P add South Aberdeen—sloo. C W Miller to VVm E Boeing, oi and nw of ne'4 sec 20-18 8-|42s't. R M Cooper to W A Medley, lots 11 12, blk 20, Karr's River add Iloquiam-s4oo W A Medley to Peter Ring, same lots -$900. W L Adams to O P Bi.rrowa, int in nwi£ sec 3 18 11—$1. County Treasurer to R W Gaskill, tax deed n 50 ft of s 75 ft lot 15, and all lots 17, 18, blk 9, W A B add Elma. State to Thos Armstrong, all tide lands of second class iu front of lots 1,2, see 18 16 11—5219. D G Twidwell to J E Button, Int 1, blk 8, Academy add Montesano—s2o. Sam'l Benn to 01. Grain, lot 3, blk 5, I'ayview add Aberdeen—sl2s. F II Green to O L Crain, sec 1- 21 B—sl. W T Mcßryde to O L Crain, sec 4, and sec 8, and sw sec 12-15-Bsl. L McDonald to E M Overturf, lot 7, blk 2, Kerr's Mill add Iloquiam—sooo. S 1C Bowes to Cosino Dicecco, lots 1 to 9, blk 2, Rice's add Aberdeen—s3ls. Ellis Martin to Nettie E Hall, lots 13, 14, blk 18, lotH 3, 4, 5, blk —, Second add Aberdeen—sl. John Nelson to II 1* Ifackett, nwj.j lot 8, blk 6:!, Hoquiain—s6so. L S Stockwell to A P Stockwell, nnd.'a of n'-j of n-' 4 sec 24-16-7—sl. A 1* Stockwell to C E Burrows Co, und }4 of n)j of ne'j sec 24-10-7 —$100. John A liea, Jr, to C E Burrows Co, lot 1, sec 32-2111—$1. R \ Wiley to C C Wi'ey, lot 4, blk 30, France's ad l Aberdeen—lsoo. M E and E S Hubbel to A 8 Neuert, lot 7, blk 24, Cosmopulis—s6so. S Benn to R P Porter, tract in nw,'4 of nw.'4 sec 9-17-9—5150. Miscellaneous Transfers. C B Story to O I' Look and J E Cal der, contract to sell 43 acres in sec 18-17- 7—|660. A Boyer to J F Koch, chattel mtg on horses- $52. Geo Shields to G L Simmons, chat mtg horses —.f 150. Montesano National Bank to Glee son Bros, satisfies chattel mtg. 8 K Bowes to J 11 Xouska, satisfies mtg—s347. Jos Koch to Geo Kooher, release of ANHEUSER MUSIC HALL Mike Goldsmith, Prop. (Jus Saville, Manager. Aberdeen, Wash. A high-class Vaudeville resort conducted on a plan that will appeal to the most fastidious, refined and critical. GRAND OPENING MONDAY, MAY 22 Our list of attractive features for the opening is headed by the Musical Wonders of the World THE DIAMOND QUARTETTE Harmonious Vocal Comedians MISS HAZE!. KIRKE MISS I.II.MAN STARR The Nome Nugget Swedish Nightingale DKVAUN SISTERS MISS SUE ARWOOI) Characteristic Change Artists Baritone Vocalist MISS BLANCHE TROJAN' GITS. C. SAVILLE Soubrette At Home Entire Oil el rig 3 or Bill Eetoli Special Agents for the world renowned Ar.heuser-Busch' Beer, the beer that made St. Louis famous. Admission, - FREE chattel mtg. Win Jacka A Son to Lou Tullus, con sale furniture—sl29. Geo B Hopkins to Flora Kady, sat mtg—sloo. II to Aberdeen State Bank, mtg lot 5, blk GO, W A B Second add Aberdeen —$100. People's Furniture Store to J W Hay den, lease of furniture— Montesano Slate liank to John Hart man, release ol chat mtg on logs. John Hartman to Montesano State Bank, chat intg logs—soso. Frederick k Nelson to H H Meyer, con sale fuiniture, etc —$200. C K Bo'ander to C W Miller, mtg lots S, 9. blk 57, N 1" add South Aber—s3oo. 1' K O'Neill to Laura Sullivan, satis fies mtg—s2so. Chris Olson to A I) Devonshire, asst of mtg on ne'i sec 19 18 B—si)(>o. H A Garrison to Clark & Brock way, clmt mtg horses—s.'l2s. M E Carroll to Chas Leavitt. mig lot 8, blk 0, Ivarr's Mill add lloquiam—slso. J A Gr:.ham to J W Stamper appoint •nent deputy f-lieriff. it l.enhart to Public, certificate of log brand Box A f.. W J Alexander to W II Cheney, bill of sale blacksmith outfit—s2so. W 11 Cheney to Montesano National Bank, chat mtg same—s3oo. Sheriff to Public, notice of levy on lot 2, blk 50, Aberdeen, Pelland vs l'ell.tnd. John Finley to E T Combes, chattel mtg horses —$45- H O Ptlhn to A J Rogers, satisfies mtg lot 2, blk 0, Elraa —$19v). Edw Overturf to L McDonald, mtg lot 7, blk 2, Karr's Mill add lloquiam—s4so. L L Judsou to W W Wren, chat mtg half interest in second-hand stock —$105 James Smith to F E Jones.sat mtg-ssl. Aberdeen State Bank to O H Fry, re lease of chat mtg timber on w'-fc of se. 1 and s . of sec 17-1010. C M Weatherwax et al to Public, arti cles of incoruoration Montesano & North ern Hy Co. Peter King to Tlios Lund, mtg lots 11, 12, blk 20, Karr's ltiver add Ho—ssso. B Zeebuvth to J A Kay, rel chat mtg stock goods at Montesano. Nat'l Cash Register Co to A D Hick A Co, rcl of claim* under contract of pur chase. Irene Davis to H Middleton, con (ale .urniture —$300. Zilla E Laurence to J Staritt, mtg lot 17, blk 10, North Hoqu add lloqu—*3so. R W Huffman to O N Sullivan, mtg lots 7, S, blk 30, W A B add Aber—slX>. Terrific Race With Death. "Death was fast approaching," writes Ralph K. Fernandez, ot Tampa, Flu., "as a result of liver trouble ami heart disease, which had robbed me of sleep anil of all interest in life. I had tried m*ny difFerent doctors and several med icines, hut got no benefit, until 1 begau to use Electric Bitters. Bo wonderful waa their effect, that in three days I felt like a new man, and today I am cured of all mv tiouhles." Guaranteed at Red Cross Pharmacy ; price 50c. t Lewis and Clark Exposition. For above occasion round trip tickets will be Fold to Portland as follows : INDIVIDUAL, TICKETS. $5.05 on sale daily May 29th, to October 15th, inclusive, good thirty days from date of sale, hilt not later than Oct. 31st. I'AHTY TICKETS. if 1. each for parties of leu or more on one ticket, going and returning together, one I '' daily May 2'Jih, to October 15. inch. ive, good ten days from date of sale. Northern Pacific Railway Co. 11. B. Eldkt, Agent. Cleared For Action. When the nody is cleared for action, by Or. King's New Life Ptllw, you can tell it by the bl»x>tn of health on the cheeks; the brightness of the eyes; the firm"»?s of the flesh and muscles; the biioyaucy of the mind. Try them. At R"d Oi oss 25 cents. t Why pay $6.00 a year Tor part ot the local news each day. when you cau get all 'He c.ty, -ounty nd gen eral twice a week, In the Herald, iwi *1.00. Along the Wafer front. The schooner Prosper is loading at the West & Slade mill for San Ftancisco. j The schooner Henry Wilson is at the . Wilson mill loading for San Francisco. The schooner Ensign sailed last night j from the Michigan mill f\,r San Fran ci,,. .. | The steamer Coronadosailed yesterday from the Anderson & Middleton mill for San Pedro. The steamer G. C. Lin lauer sailed this afternoon from the Wilson mill for j San Francisco. The barkentine Hobt. Sudden is at the . Aberdeen Lumber Shingle mills load ing for San Fiancisco. . The schooners Oliver J. Olson an I ! Robert Lewers are at West A Slade mill, loading for San Pedro. The steamer Centralia ariived in port yesterday, and is loading :<t the West i & Slade mill for Ran Francisco. The barkentine Gardiner City and Bilhooner A. J. West are at the Hart- Wood mill loading for San Francieco. j The steamer Newburg finished her car-' go at the Anderson A Middleton mill and j sailed this afternoon for San Francisco. Call for Bids. Sealed bids will be received at the office of the Town Clerk of the Town of Cos mopolis, County of Chehalis, and State of Washington, up to live o'clock p. in., June 21st, 1905, for the tin uishing and delivery to the Town of Cusmopolis, of ten (10) Standard Fire Hydrants, with two 2Ja-inch hose connections, and 4-inch pipe connection to screw in. Depth of iiury, two fee?, or two and one-half feet. The right is res* rved to reject any or all hiils. Cosmopolis, Wash., May 24, 1005. W. S. MCLauoiimn, 73-3t Town Clerk. Steamer Toledo Portland-Grays Harbor Liie Leaves Aberdeen: Foot G street dock. Saturdays, 6 p. m. Leaves Portland: Foot Oak street dock, Mondays, 5 p. 111. Calling at Hoquiani, Westport and Astoria enroute and connect ing at Portland with rail and steamers for all points south and east. Dock phone 213; resi dence phone 761. Fare to Portland, including berth, $3.00; to Astoria $2:50. 11. 0. CAMP, Agt. NOTICE. Reward will lie paid for trpe and \c- CI'RATE INFORMATION of any TRESPASS or timber cutting on following described lands in Ohehalis countv : Two. 18-11; Sec 1, e 1-2 of in: 1-1, s 1-2 of sw 1-1, and sel-4 sue 2; ue 1-4 sec H; e 1 - J of se 1-4 sec 10; see 11; n 1-2 of nc 1-1, se 14 of ne 11, and s 1-2 of sec 12. Twp. IS-10; Nw 1-4 of sw 1-4 sec 5; e 1-2 of se 1-4, sw 1-4 of se 1-4, lot 7, and se 1-4 of sw 1-4 sec 6; n 1-2 of ue 1-4, nw 1-4, ami ne 1-4 of sw 1-4, sec 7. Twp. 18-9: S 1-2 of nwl-4, n 1-2 of rw 1-4, Rec 5; se 1-4 see 18; sec 20: 9 1-2 of see 22; u 1-2, and sw 1-4 sec 26; e 1-2 sec 30; an ne 1-4 sec 32. Twp. 18-8: Sec 4, s 1-2 sec 11; ne 1-4, n 1-2 of nw 1-4 sec 14; ne 1-4 of ne 1-4 s 1-2 of ne 1-4, sec 20; ne 1-4 and s 1-2 of slc 22 Twp. 17-7; Nw 1-4 sec 22. Twp. 17-5; E 1-2 sec 34. Twp. 19-9; S1 2 sec 2; wl2of sw 1-4, sw 1-4 of nwl-4 sec 4; e 1-2 sec 5 nwl-4 Rec 26. Twp. 20-9; E 1-2 of nw 1-4, ne 1-4 of sw 1-4 sec 8; ■ 1-2 of s 1 2 sec 5; e 1-2 of w 1-2, and e 1-2 sec 7; n 1-2 see 8; n 1-2 of se 1-4, ne 1-4 of sw 1-4 sec t»; nwl-4 of uw 4, and swl-4 sec 9; sw 1-4 sec 26; n 1-2 of nw 1-4 sec 29; and n 1-2 of ue 1-4 sec 30 Twp. 20-10; Ne 1-4 sec 22. Georoe L. Fi.eitz, Det'.oit, Michigan GOLDMAN'S, Seattle. • • « <§ • ' • • » -• • • • • • • 1 JESSE MOOKE | A A WHISKEY JOILN O'llAliE, > Wholesale Liquor Dealer Corner F and Hrrun Streets > AGtNT > ABERDEEN, WASH. > ,\: f f.; mi:. ; ;-,?sSxS\*. _ ; CREECH BROS. CONTRACTORS, •k CARPENTERS and SU:LD£RS. Estimates, Plans and Specifications Furnished, j HOUSE MOVING— PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO j Aberdeen. wasinptoo Aberdeen SIEIW IAUIDIT J. M. LUPTON, Maunder Aberdeen Steam Linmliy is equip wd with latest improved laundry niaeriTay j made, and does as good work as can e | turned out anywhere. TRICES REASONABLE | Telephone 364. Cor. II and Hume Sia The Waldron The Only First Class housekeeping- rooms in Aberdeen in suites and flats:: : . W. H . W H I TIK , Proprietor. IN THK SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE of Washington, for Chehalis County. Jean B. Btewart, Plaintiff. v». William F. McGregor, George P. Kellman, Jessie Kellman, 1 Utl ,„ TO Elizabeth Wilson, Carloita Summons, Parker, Elizabeth Parker, Lucille Parker, and Zola Parker, Defendants. The State of Washington, to the said William F. McGregor, George P. Kellman, Jessie Kcll man, Carlotta, Parker, Elizabeth Parker, Lu cile Parker and Zola Parker. You are hereby summoned to appear within Sixty days after the date of the flrM | üblieation of this summons, to-wit: Within Sixty days after the 20tn day of April, 1905, and defend the above entitled action in the above entitled Court, and answer the complaint of the plain tiff, and serve a copy of your answer upon the undersigned attorney for plaintiff at bis office below slated; and iu case of your failure so to do, judgment will be rendered against you ac cording to the demand of the complaint, which has been filed with the Clerk of said Court. The object and demand of the complaint and of this action is the partition of real estate ' now owned in common by plaintiff and de fendants and for other relief, said lauds being herein after described, to-win Tract No. 3, beginning at a point on the South side of a Slough 1330 fee t v\v h t from tli e come of Sections 18-19-IS and 24 on the line between Sections 13 and '24 and 145 feet South from said Section line, thence South 11""j feet, thence East 3:50 feet thence North 920 feet to the South bank of said Slough, thence along the bank of said Slough to the place of beginning, contain ing 7.94 acres more or less and located on the NK' . of the NK'i of Suction 21, Township 17, | North of Range 8 West in Chehalis County, Washington. Also Lot No. Ten MOt Eleven (11) and Twelve (12), of Block Seven (7> of Highland ilome now apart of the Citj <»f Abrdeen, Lots 7, 8, 9, 10, 11 and 12, of Block of Stewarts Ist Addition Ito Highland Home; Lots 10, 11 and 12, of , Block 8, Stewart's Ist Addition to Highland Home; Lots I and 2, Block 10, Stewart's Ist, Addition to Highland Home; Lots 7. 8 9, 10, 11 and 12, Block 11, Stewart's Ist Additiou to Highland Home, all now in the City of Aber deen, Chehalis County, Washington. N. W. BUSH, Plaintiff's Attorney. Poatoffice addreps, Abeidcen, Chehalis Coun ty, Washington. Date of first publication April 20,1905. Date of last publication June 1, 1905. Government Land. All persons desiring informa tion about government lands will please call on Jesse F. Murphy. four years Register of Olympia Land office, room 3, Dabney block; Aberdeen.