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n©y«ki Powder Absolutely Pure DLS7BNCTIVELY A CREAM OF TARTAR BAKING POWDER It does not contain an atom of phos pliatic acid (which is the product of bones digested in sulphuric acid) or of alum (which is one-third sulphuric acid) sub stances adopted for other baking powders because of their cheapness. ATTHECOIT HOUSE THE WEEKLY RECORD OF LEGAL mm AT COUNTY SEAT. Minute* of Hie .Superior Court anil Ncv Cjtxs filed. List of Real Es »a*«' TrnnKtv i K and Miscellaneous Instruments Piled With County | Ku 111. . In U' : Su lerior Court. I T*.,.- ( (In', ii Is t>>,: record of business trans- , -ii. • ourt (or tlie week uiid iiii Jai ;iu'\ r ll'IH;. I,ee Mantle vs .1 I! Pabney. Motion to Hlnti iiouiuiioi alliroiative defense of Dailllvj Liu.: «*ui. lUI. ) lii re •; 'at" r > f H N Anderson, dec'd. Bond:' -i'i i ratora, \V J Patterson' m , Alex Vi . i'ii v- ityof Aberdeen. l'ak itn undni ,\J\ : nt. In fina Knudson, dec'd. : . es and \V U Crani ate ■■■.]'. jnaiaers. (Ji.ua ' /lis vs Elvin M Me iV.i...' granted, and minor ..i b , . ) plaintiff. In i ».• \:ird llarves, dec'd. i otviii; • :i ito show cause why ' api>rai. m> no*; sUnd. In i ,■ in O Pearson, dee'd. Same. Til re es'ate of K Iwin Wilson, dec'd. Same In r - cHt.ite .-if John Lane, deceased. >JAlllC I I Thcd Peterson vn .T W 11 icke. Appeal i and supersedeas n .ids declared invalid. FKllit jc >k vs iirays Harbor Boom Co. Denim; to complaint overruled, biii 1 temporary restraining order denied. John C . i| er v . Allen M Johnson. Or der of delta.t taken. Win Bfver v S C Hackett. Judg mci in f'l'o-i -f •lefendant setoff. J l l Rowland vs H A Kalb. Motion to t.K.kc more de'inite overruled. 0 I' Harrows vs Grays Harbcr Boom i'o. Demurrer to complaint overruled. J.Li: T ■■ "1 A Gagner. Same. N liixai-.l r.nmb.-.- & Box Co va L A !'• iii'-r to complaint over- V il Abe' v.-i Jus Brazel. Defendant req in. l J 10 file answer. 1 re *.• i.irdiiM -hip of Charlotte A •jregp. i:i: • it raring on petition to Bell realty wir inm-d to Jun 20. ,1 1' ' ■ J ■ v/nsdale vs Grays Harbor Boom (' > l)c:nui 'i'r to complaint o\ er ruled. .1 N Alcti'iy va \v H Caldwell el al. Oefeii' 1 »>•> ••»•••• ■' tu withdraw exhibits. Geo S u;- va (.has 11 Sauers. Set for iiial I lirai s IV S Mason. Tak en unt n . . Tho'ii inz Jakobson and Olof II readmitted to citi j; :i: . .lohn (.' isvi * M Johnson et al. J W Strain. . 1 1- 1 Ilancey made parties liefendan MiW CASES. S K Bowes vs ). 0 Hummer et al. On note, foreclosure of mortgage. Cora . AiuCi.bbins vs Elvin M Mo- Cubbii . Divr. • • Thoe Doyle vs James Beckey. Ser vices, comiLission. G H Hnnlin vs Fieldy Gleason. Ab stract from justice court. ' ' Paul Smits vs KLi Hall. Debt. Paul SmitH vs West & Slade Mill Co. Garnishment. Wm Moore vs S F Medcalf. On note. II W Short vs F G Deming. J O Steams vs A II Kuhn, J L Leu* hart, Z T Wilson, VV 1' Newell, Anna l' Classen, li M K<?mby, Frank Maltson, John Pardon, Frank Wilkeson, D F far* rell, S M McAllister, W II Pedlar, Jas Morris, O L Bandy, Julia E Ulbeau, O Kuelzji-h, A K Hiscock, M II Arnot (18 cases). Foreclosure lax lien. Real Estate Transfers. For the week pinHns Jniiunry '-'7, eomi ilotl ! from the records by trie Washington Abstract Company of Aberdeen: State to Grays Harbor Boom Co, 41.00 chains tide land abutting on lot 4, sec j 21-18-11, and lots 4,5, sec 1018 11—*208. Same to Same, same 35.50 chains in front of lot 1, sec 21-18-11. I) I) DcLashmut to J U ittlemier, lot 17, blk 20, lvarr's River d.l lloij—slsoo. \V F Zacliary to Amanda B Zachary, lot 19, blk 1, Montesano —$10. Adna A Cragin to J II Rowlands, w of so!-4 of ne'£ and neof seJij sec 17-19-10 —$1. State to G H Boom Co, 103.75 chains tide land Ilumptulips river—ssl9. Same to Same, same in front of lots )2, sec 21-18 11—*422. Same to Same, same in front of lot 1, sec 22-18-11—5920. 8 K Bowes to H J Hawkes, lot 20, blk 2, Rice's add Aberdeen—sso. James Beck to Mary E !>eck, lots 19, 20,21,22, blk (i, Eureka add Elma —$100. Ida B Back to John Beck, lots 15 to 21, blk 7, Eureka add Elma —$100. James Beck to John Beck, lots 1 to 7, blk 7, Eureka add Elma—ss. SII Price to John Be-k, quit claim se'4 of sw'4 sec 4, and It 5, sec 9 17-6-sl. Sara E l'rice to John Beck, same land — 13000. N l' Ry Co to C E Burrows Co, 9% of nw''4 and n}o of sw}' 4 sec 15-17-9—5640. C T Wooding to E N Wormald, lot ,15, blk 17, lot 2, blk 17, lot 18, blk 10, lot 8, blk 10, Karr's add Hoquiam—s2oo. Y J Glenn to A A Bonner et al, all timber on lot 7. sec 18-17 0, for one year —*1000. August Anderson to Charles Ander son, lot 0, blk 14, Campbell's add Ho quiam, also part of lot 4, blk 13, Elma— $2000. Geo W Loehr to Geo Woatherwax, lots 1, 2, blk 33, W & B add Aberdeen—sl. Same to Same, Il 3, b 3.",, same add-sl. S.ime to Same, It 5, b 33, same add-sl. Same to Same, Its 7,8, b 3;!, same ad-sl. Same :o Same, It 10, b 20, same add-sl. Same to Same, It !', b 2»>, same 1. T McNamara to American Mill Co, lot 4, blk 4. E & M add Aberdeen —$475. Andy Lund to B F Johnson, lot 4, blk 21, France's add Aberdeen—s2oo. Fred T Schannon to < >icar l'erala, lots 1 to 4, blk 5, Portland add Aber—fl-jO. U S to Thos McMallv, patent ee;<4 sec 10 19-8. N 1' Ry Co to L Merrill, quit claim ne of n w 1 ,4 sec 7-17-5 —$10. Nellie D Williams to Irwin Cox, lot 11, blk 28, Hoquiam—s4so. Samuel Beun to Mary Kelzova, lots 15, 10, blk 4, Benn's Central add Aber-$230. C C Combes to Mary Devine, 5 acres in of sec 35-18-0—5350. E J Davis to Bert Campbell, lot 3, sec 21-18-9. L P Dudley to Paul Smits, und \\\ int in lots 11,12, blk 70, W & B Second add Aberdeen—sl. ABERDEEN HEKALD, THURSDAY FEBRUARY 1, iQOfi Win M D.neen to F T Dineen, und }£ ' int in lot 3, pec 33 19-11—$1. C F Cork to oha9 Coik, Br, lot? 17, I s , 19, blk 23, France's adil Aberdeen—ll. A M Phillips to Wilson ACarlile, tract in nw [ 4 sec ol IS G—flOOO. J A Graham to Jas F el>eiitl"B deed se'4 sec 22 19-9 —$1225. Frank O Uriuue et al to W 0 Harding, | sel-4 see 22 19 9-Sfßoo. U S to John M Brooks, patent sw, sec 8 15-7. U S to W 1* Brooks, patent sec 8- 15-7. George Milton to F Iv Drake, \v'« .ot 9, blk 24, W & i> add Aberdeen—s4'3s. H McCleary to John .Strubel, n3a of nw!* sec 23 18 5—*200. J T Stratton to Bertha Chambers, lots 4, 5, sec 2ti-l(i 7—!f4oJ. City of Montesano to .1 T Stattler. lot 29, Fourth a.ld Wynooche ceuielery-$lO. J N Wilson to Geo O Woodruff, lot 4, blk 20, Aberdeen—fit). D McLafferty to Western Wash, Conf, A S I) A, lot in Benn'rt Cottage add Aber deen—sl. Wni Griggs to F E Jones, lot 18, blk 11, Benn't) Central add Aberdeen, and other lots—ssoo. F II Green to J I) Morehead, sec 1 21-8; seii sec 24 17 7, sec 12-15-7 —$10. J I) Morehead to It A Wiley, undone tenth int in above land —$10. Miscellaneous Transfers. Monteeano Athletic Association to C C Glenn, mtg Athletic Park,Mont — $375. Montesano National Hank to Montesa no Athletic association, release of mtg. B Bleckschmiilt to 11 J .Stoner, con tract to sell timber south of Cedarville trail in nw'-a of 8e' 4 sec 1-15-5. C Matteon to same, same en lot 12, se of ami sw*4 of se!£ sec 0-15 4. It J Stoner to Jamea McKay, contract to s« ll timber. County Clerk to Public, certified «ro|>> last will of Win Harding. Geo Fairchild to Humptulips Driving Co, agreement for dam on land in Bees 32 and 33 20 10. Wm Thompson to () J Lawrence, eat mtg—slsoo. W VVitner to Jos Mauerinan, mtg o'j of se'-4 sec 33, w'.J of biv'4 sec 34 18 0 — $1000. O F Gurtlier to Frank Groundwater, bill of sale timber on sec 18-18 5-$5. John Beck to Saiah E Price, mtg lols 1 to 9, blk 14, Eureka add Elma—sto7. J A Graham to Public, notice of revo cation appointment 1! W Hays as deputy sheriff. J E Russell to W L Adams, mtj; se 55 ft lotH 5, 0, blk 48, Iloqniain—slooo. Weyerliaeuser Timber Co to Adolph Carlson, contract to sell tiinber.on wJ J Bee 29-18 9—530000. Mary C Cagley to Lizzie Richardson, rel of mtg w.'.V of lot 7, and lot 8, blk 8, North Hoquiiiin—.sloo. Vance Lumber Co to II I! lluss, sat mtg lots 1 to 4, blk 13, W & 1> add Elma. Eliza Coy to Win Fifch, sat mrg. E J Davis to Bert Campbell, bill o( sale goods ami chattels of Grays Harbor Poultry Co—s2oo. W S Powers to G W Powers et al, lease of C R Ried farm two years from March 1, 1900, at $400 per year. George McComh to Otto Glock, release of mtg lots 27, 28, blk 15, North llo quiam—s2so. John Beck to 31 A Coau, mtg of Bee 4-17-0 and other land—s3ooo. National Cash Register Co to F C Scblenz, conditional sale register—s42s. Underwood Typewriter Co to A W Dole, conditional sale tyyewriter—slo4. S K Bowes to Olof Henurickson, sat mtg—slso. Same to Same, same—sloJ. Norman McDonald to National Lum ber & Box Co con sale engine. Narman McDonald to National Lum ber & Box Co, agreement to log timber. W C Harding to J B Bridges, special power of attorney. H A Giaham to .Mrs 11 Stevenson, chattel mtg bowling alley—sl3s. W L Adams to W Jenkinson, release of mtg part of lots 3, 4, blk 2:!. Hoq-S3OO. G M Powell to G H Com I Co, mtg siv sec 2 19 B—s4(>'J. J ihn Glavin to Hoquiam Sash & Door Co, chattel mtg piano l —$127. J H Vance to C 1' Allison, contract to sell lots 5, 0, blk iii, Klma—slo3B. G O Woodrulf to C Knudsen, mtg lot 4, blk 20, Aberdeen—sl2s. H D Shaffer to P A Wordeu, sat t i lot blk 3, Moclips—s!»J. In matter C H Scott, bankrupt, certi | fied copy of order adjudging C H Scott ; bankrupt. Gas in ihe Stomach. Belching and that sense of fullness bo ofter experienced after eating is caused by the formation of gas. The etotmch fails to perform its functions nnd the food ferments. Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets will correct the disorder. They aid digestion and strengthen and invigorate the stomach and bowels. For ,sale by Evans Drug Co. t Two more mu„ Saturday the days only IneJSUMUI> 0 | ast day of Friday and rt* cutting and Saturday tll O tIHIIC slashing price Another master stroke Another proof of this store's leadership 300 Ladies' Hats given away FREE Given away This sale closes Another snap Sntunliiy, Feb. 3, at It's here where the e\- 300 Ladies' 10:30 p. 111. Without, citemc.t will be .greatest. postponement. $3 00, 4.00, 5.00 and G 00 Untrimmed Hats The bulk of the stock will J Ladies' trimmed Hats, your be sacrificed regardless of choice Absolutely Free I cost or value. $1.00 MB LAST OPPORTUNITY miJ al „, Eve-y purchase of SI.OO where your dollar will <lo tips and plumes, choice or more entitles von to one double duty. n uutrimmed Hat. We are Z, 3 C determined not to carry ov- liDcitsto ————— , er a single Hat. Goingout $1.00, 1.50 ond 200 silk of the Millinery business. OnCe aiU ' ve * vet owers > c ' lo ' ce No room to spare—the 2 5c quickest way is to give them The carpenters are busy away. remodeling the store. We ;>o<> yds fine satin ribbons *x J 1 need the loom for other a jj co j orS) jto 3 in. wide, Lion I oeiav purposes—the entire stock _ rt , waa «. j it worth tip to 20c per vd, at , must be closed out or moved _ first m, first served. • ' awiy, JC/ The most reckless cutting and slashing; of prices oil the entire stock in the Annex. DON'T MISS IT. You can do TIS r B(1CTfl MOU Can do better at ||§ £ DUulUi! etter at jmMOOBE The favorite of all. from ■ V vS | JOHN O'HARE Aaentj ~ « ' Wanted. A purchaser fur a good river bottom farm adjoining the town of Klma. Good House, Good Barn, Good Well. Price $4,200. Get terms on application to Frank Groundwater, ,'JG -it Klma, Wash. Stop at SAMSON'S HOTEL 13 and E Streets TACOMA, WASH. A respectable hotel. No bar in connection Reasonable rates Swan Samson, proprietor GRAYS HARBOR AND CALIFORNIA Water Route $8.00 SAN FRANCISCO SI 0.00 M.-.SO LANGSIfcS.PORTS $17:50 Why pay double our rates to gooverland through tlie heat and dust, when you can travel in comfort on one of our commodious steamers, sailing about every three days? For sailing 1 dates, fold ers and other information call on or address, The C. E. Burrows Co., Agents, Phone 1501 Aberdeen, Wash. 3 The King 111 of all Bitters «jssH lax - EgM which will ab gjjjg} solutely pre r vent Appendi jßjjJKljto gH citis, A sure Bal cure for con "SSr B stipation, ma luriw, kidney A and bladder troubles. For Sale By All Druggists, Grocers and Liquor Dealers, ———————————— : Aberdeen Undertaking Parlors BOWES & RANDOLPH 406 E. Wishkah St. Lady Attendants D |iAn/)c Office 675 KnOlieS Residence 424 all countriefl, or uo too. We obtain PATENTS I THAT thom thoroughly, ut oui I fiend inodol, photo or sketch for FREE! report I PASSI NG REFERENCES'. 'or freu Guide I 803-SOS Seventh Street, I WfISHIWCTON, O. C. 1 NOTICK. Reward will he paid for true and ac curate information of any TRI nTASS or timber cutting on following described lands in CliehaliH county : Twp. 18-11; Sec 1, e 1-2 of ne 1-4, s 1-2 »f sw 11, and Bcl-4 sec; 2; ne 14 sec *; e 1-2 of so 1 • l sec lo; sue 11; n 1-2 of lie 1-4, se 1-4 of ne 1-4, ami s 1-2 of sec 12. Twp. 18-10: N\v 1-4 of sw 1-4 sec r>; e 1-2 of se 1-4, sw 1-4 of se I -4, lot 7, an<l so 1-4 of sw 1-4 sec 6: n 1-2 of no 1-4, liw 1-4, and no 1-4 of sw 1-4, Bee 7. Twp. 18-9: S 1-2 of nwl-4, n 1-2 of sw 1-4, sec 5, se 1-4 sec 18; sec 20: s 1-2 of see 22; n 1-2, and sw 1-4 sec 26; c 1-2 sec 30; an ne 1-4 sec 82. Twp. 18-8: Bee 4,s 1-2 sec 11; no 1-4, s 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 see 22 Twp. 17-5: E 1-2 sec 34. Twp. 19-9: 81 2sec 2; w 1 2of sw 1-4. sw 1-4 of nw 1-4 sec 4; e 1-2 soo on w 1-4 sec 20. Twp. 20 9: K 1-2 of nw 1-4 ne 1-4 of sw 1-4 sec 3; » 1-2 of 8 12 sec 5; e 1-2 of w 1-2, ti nd e 1-2 soc 7; u 1-2 sec 8; n 1-2 of so I-., no 1-4 of sw 1-4 sec o; nwl-4 of nw 4, and sw 1-4 sec 9; sw 1-4 sec 26; n 1-2 of 11 w 1-4 sec 29; and n 1-2 of ne 1-4 sec 30 Twp. 20-10; Ne 1-4 sec 22. George L. Fijcitz. Detioit, Michigan, S. W. Johnston Transfer Co. Transfer and Express First Class Livery Rigs 403 South F St. Roslyn Coal Telephone 103 Residence Phone 407 The Illinois Central. Maintains unexcelled service from the west to the east and south. Making llo=o connection* with trains of all transcon tinental lines, passengers are given their choice of routes to Chicago, Louisville, Memphis and New Orleans, and through these points to the far east. Pros|>ectivo travelers desiring itifornia tion as to lowest rates and best routes are invited to correspondence with the following representatives. B. H. Trumbull, Commercial Agent, 142 Third Street, Portland, Or. J. C. Lindsev, Trav. P. A., 142 Third St., Portland, Or. Paul B. Thompson, Agent, Colman Building, Seattle Wash. Loose-leaf system printing ruling • specialty. Herald Printer?.