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ATTHECOURTHOUSE THE WEEKLY RECORD OF LEGAL DOINGS AT COUNTY SEAT. Minutes of the Superior Court and New Cases Piled. List of Real Es tate Transfers and Miscellaneous Instruments filed With County Auditor. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT. Tlie following Is the record of bus iness transacted iu the superior court last week: In re estate of Knute Hanson, de ceased Publication of notice to creditors directed. Clara Rockwell vs Frank L. Rock well. Divorce granted. Olive M. Flint vs C. M. Flint. Set for trial Sept. 25. The following eases were continued to October 5: G. H. & P. S. Ry. Co. vs Frank KepUa, et ux ; (!eo. Sorenson, et ux; O. Ch. Oarder, et ux; Sarah A. Ninis, et al; Jean M. Ledce; John Newnean, et ux; Peter Healey, et ux; Mike Joseph, el ux; Willie H. Johnson, et al; Mrs. Emma Johnston, et al. Maggie Morgan vs Thomas Morgan. Demurrer to complaint overruled. State vs A. IS. Cassin et al. Motion to dismiss denied. Minnie L. Lenaues vs Knudt A. O. Lenaues. Summons by publication directed. Nels Andrews vsS. IS. Siade Lumber Co. Demurrer to complaint overruled. NEW CASES. State of Washington vs Leo Certain Sodomy. Ed. Welch vs Aberdeen Lumber & Shingle Co. Complaint not tiled. Nels Andrews vs S. E. Slade Lum ber Co. Complaint not filed. State of Washington vs. Lizzie Har ris. Keeping a house of ill fame. Appeal from justice of peace court. F. L. Carman vs. Daniel Wooten, et ux. Foreclosure of lien. Same vs. same, same. Olive M. Flint vs. C. M. Flint. Di vorce. Real Estate Transfers. Instruments filed for record in the office of the Auditor of Chehalis coun ty for week ending Thursday, Sept. 10: Lulu T. Edwards to J. H. Ed wards Its. 20 21 b 2 R. & M. add Montesano 1 State of Washington to Neil Cooney Its. 1 2 tract 1 Ab erdeen tide and shore lands . . 4 0 Neil Cooney to J. C. Hogan quit claim und Vz interest in its 1 2 tract 1 Aberdeen tide and shore lands 10 W. E. Spurrier to E. G. McGlatif lin It 3 b 3 2 Corrected plat Hoquiam 425 Treasurer Chehalis county to H. Da hike Its 5 0 19 20, b 17 City of Grays Harbor 30 L. Pressey to J. J. Gribben w2O ft. It. 1 and all It 5 b 57 N. P. add South Aberdeen 1 U. S. to A. J. Musgrove patent eV 2 of se 1 /! sec. 8 IGS li. E. Gaston to A. W. Gilchrist It 0 b 28 France's add Aber deen 800 A. Hanney to J. A. Ilriscoe 114 and sw(4 of nw% and land in w'/i of mv'.i sec 3 and in It 1 sec 4 17 5 except timber ...ISOO g. O. Moore toM. 13. Shambley Its 5Sb G Lewis plat Porter . 1500 F. E. Jones to Alice Whiting its 16 17 b 12 Benn's Central add Aberdeen 500 V. Anderson to E. P. Curry all it 19 and e% It 18 b 17 Karr's River add Hoquiam 1300 F. E. Spielman guardian to 11. P. Reynvaan Its A. 1!. Humptu lips Gardens in sec 33 19 11 less rights of way SSO A. D. Devonshire to Cordelia Linzell ne'/t of sec 29 IS G 1 G. Anderson to N. Zuyich part It 12 b 52 Corrected plat Ho quiam 100 C. E. Maples to L. W. Taft. It 21 1)7 North Hoquiam add Hoqui am 225 E. A. Fhilbrick to C. E. Maples same .\. . . 225 Harbor Land Co. to Mary F. Powell Its 1 2 3 b 9 Corrected plat Hoquiam 1300 Ada Harding to Poison Logging Co. 8W %of seVi sec G2llO . 10 J. Carlson to J. W. McCloy eV6 It 10 b 4 1 lienn's Original plat Aberdeen 10 E. K. Wood to Eugene France e % of sw*4 sec 11 and ey 2 of nw% sec 14 20 10 10 Kellogg & Wood Timber Co. to same sw'/i of sec 11 20 10 10 Deming Caldwell Shingle & Log ging Co. to Mary A. Grossman quit claim s% of se'/i sec 35 1G 1 1 1 W. F. Parsons to P. F. Klein se % of se % Its 5 6 b 3S Cor rected plat Hoquiam 2500 H. Wilson to .T. Livingston It 10 b 78 W. & 13. second add Ab erdeen 10 Frank Groundwater to C. A. Manners It 23 24 b 16 L. & A add Elma 110 Frank Stenzel to J. P. Dabney und i/> 119 b4O ISenn's Original plat Aberdeen 10 E. IT. Shelley et al. Trustees to same und2-3 interest in it 4 1) 4 6 Licnn's Original plat Ab erdeen 5000 A. P.vno to M. La eld n V 2 of nw'4 of se'/i of riw 14 sec 19 IS 9. . 30 Treasurer Chehalis county to Frank Groundwater et al Its I'l to li" ind Its 4 5 G b 8 W. & 1; add Elma .r. R. Willis to 1!. T. McKain nw Ya and n l /i of sw',4 and nw% of «e % and bw % of ne>4 sec 1!X 18 6 except wof nw'/i of se>4 and 2 acres in ne»4 of sw %and right of way 3150 l«\ K. Drake to H. L. Drake quit claim It 2 b 13 Original plat South Aberdeen 1 L. J. Drake to same quit claim same 1 Irene Drake to same quit claim same 1 J. R. Calder to G. L. Simmons Its 1 to 5 b 1 M. T. Ac McG add Montesano 3250 W. Van I.uven to E. C. Story eV£ of ne',4 of nw'/i of sw',4 sec 26 18 i; 500 Fannie J. Kano to Flora C. Holmes land in ne corner of wtw 14 of ne J /i of sw'/ 4 sec 34 18 6 175 Miscellaneous Transfers. John Norden to J. 11. Rutherford mtg land in secl2 17 8 1150 Same to same bill sale household goods etc 1815 F. S. Taylor to K. Chausse sat mtg s 76 V 6 feet It 1 b 11 Cor rected plat El ilia B. C. Chausse to A. D. Devonshire mtg same 600 IS. Nicholson to <!. Curl sat cliat- J. 1). White to .1 Glancey chattel mtg horse cows, etc 200 tel mtg horses, wagon harness. .. . Jane Pascoe to Lulu T. Edwards sat mtg Its 20 21 b 2 R. & M. add Montesano J. 11. Edwards to A. I). Devon shire mtg same 450 W. 11. lielles to Trustees Cosinop olis lodge No. 4!) I. O. O. F. mtg Its 11 to 1 8 h 60 Nimsadd Cosinopolls 200 J. 1.. Hlaskburn to Anna Hlekford mtg It 8 b s Hopkins second add Aberdeen 600 WishUah Boom Co. vs. O. K. Lag ging Co. lien 1 16 saw logs raft No. 122 208 May Lewis to Rose Wilson cond sale furniture, etc 300 Corner At Heath vs. Menton Tur ner lien saw logs 1875 J. A. Briscoe to A. llanney mtg land in It 1 in sec 4 and wVj of nw'/i and It 4 and swVi "f nw 14 sec 3 17 5 except timber 1200 M. B. Shambley to Ellen Moore mtg It 5Sb 6 Lewis plat Por ter 1000 G. L. Evers to I. G. Hurt assign ment mtg 263 I. G. Hurt to A. I>. Devonshire same 263 E. P. Currey to Cecile Anderson mtg all It 19 and e'/£ It 18 b I) 17 Karr's River add Hoqui tm 4 70 H. P. Reynvaan to Alice An drews mtg It 3 and sw % of sw V 4 sec 28 10 11 and Its A. 11. Huinptulips Gardens less right of way 1 000 Ocean Beach Packing Co. to C. F. Veysey mtg It 12 b 15 West port beach 500 Carlson & Callow to public cer tificate of log brand Circle C. C C. F. Veysey to J. IS. Calder sat mtg Its 1 2 4 5 b 1 M. T. At McG. add Montesano Zula M. Hanshaw to A. L. Cal low assignment mtg se',4 of ne% of sw*4 sec 20 IS 5 I Huston to David Williams sat mtg nw'/i and ny> of sw'/i and nw'/i of se',4 and sw'/i of ne% sec 28 18 6 P. F. Klein to W. F. Parsons sat mtg se'/& of se'/£ Its 5 6 b 38 Corrected plat Hoquiam 1000 M. L. Adams to C. B. Peri ine release mtg It 10 b 53 Ontario ad Hoquiam 325 F. S. Taylor to Vance At Gore lease \v 40 ft It 7 b 11 Correct ed plat Elina 10 years at $10 per year J. li. Dabney to T. M. Hodgens mtg It 0 1) '45 Original plat Aberdeen 1120 C. E. to W. Cox sat chat tel mtg horses and harness W. I<. Cox to H. .1. Malone chat tel mtg horses, wagon, harness 40." C. T. Wooding to A. O. U. W. Lodge No. 3.1 sat mtg It 4 I) 4ti lienn's original plat Aberdeen 1700 T. M. Hodgens vs. J. li. Dabney release attachment w% It 3 b 40 lienn's plat Aberdeen Lee Mantle vs. same release at tachment same J. H. Dabney to Cora I. Burrows mtg It, 4 and w% It. 3 b 16 lienn's Original plat Aber deen 10000 Estate Henry Weinhat'd dec. to public'order admitting will to probate and appointing admin istrator with will annexed Creech & Walker to school d Ist. No. 5 liond 10S0 C. E. Armstrong vs. Lizzie Harris et. a! lien It 0 b 51 Original plat Aberdeen 15 M. Erskin to F. L. Klum mtg e >/ 2 of se'/t sec 27 16 4 ICO J. W. Scott to O. E. Huntley as signment mtg its 1 to 4 and 9 10 b 34 Original plat and Its 3 5 C b 1 and Its 9 10 b 2 E. & M. add Aberdeen 9000 Geo. E. Huntley et al. to J. B. liridges power of attorney Same to Aberdeen Mfg. Co. sat mtg 9000 Aberdeen Mfg. Co. to Cora I. Burrows mtg Its 2 3 4 9 10 b 34 Benn's Original plat and Its 3 5 6 b 1 and Its 9 10 b 2 E. & M. add Aberdeen and It 2 tract 23 Aberdeen tide and shore lands and entire plant of Aberdeen Mfg. Co. .10000 A. Held to Grays Harbor Flour Co. bill sale stock merchandise etc 397 Ethel F. Remlinger to W. G. Hopkins mtg w9O ft Its 3 4b 1 Hopkins second add Aber deen 2800 J. W. Young to Aberdeen State bank mtg wy 2 it G b 2 Bay Viqw add Aberdeen 2323 E. E. Bacon to same mtg Its 9 10 b 6 Hopkins add Aberdeen and Its 19 to 21 b 3 and Its 7 to 12 b 11 Evans add South Aberdeen 1161 Equitable Savings & Loan Asso. sat mtg se2s ft. Its 5 6 b 38 Corrected plat Hoquiam 956 Pacific Coast Dyking Co. to Mer rimac River Savings Bank, ABERDBEN HERALD. THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 17. -908 A SURGICAL OPERATION If there is any one thing that a woman dreads more than another it Ls a surgical operation. We can state without fear of a contradiction that there are hun dreds, yes, thousands, of operations performed upon women in our hos pitals which are entirely unneces sary and many have been avoided by LYDIA E.PINKHAM'S VEGETABLE COMPOUND For proof of this statement read the following letters. M rs. Barbara Base, of Kingman, Kansas, writes to Mrs. Finkham: " For eight yours I suffered from the most severe form of female troubles and was told that an operation was iny only hope of recovery. 1 wrote Mrs. I'inkham for advice, and took Lydia E. l'inkham's Vegetable Compound, and it has saved my life and made me a well woman." Mrs. Arthur K. House, of Church Road, Moorestown. N. J., writes: "I feel it is my duty to let people know what Lydia E. l'inkham's Vege table Compound has done for me. I suffered from female troubles, and last March my physician decided that an operation was necessary. My husband objected, and urged me to try Lydia E. Pinkliam's Vegetable Compound, and to-day I am well and strong." FACTS FOR SICK WOMEN. For thirty years Lydia E. Fink ham's Vegetable Compound, made from roots and herbs, has been the standard remedy for female ills, and has positively cured thousands of women who have Iteen troubled with displacements, inflammation, ulcera tion, fibroid tumors, irregularities, periodic pains, and backache. Mrs. I'inkham invites all siek women to write her for advice. She has guided thousands to health. Address, Lynn, Muss. Manchester, X. H., mtg cer tain lands situated in Chehalis county. Wash 15400 E. H. and C. E. Calvin to C. 10. Itrownell chattel nitg. horse, wagon, harness 131 Hen Shocks to public certificate of primary election expenses. Nothing M. Homchlck to H. .Targrnsen land contract. Its !» 10 b 4 lienn's Central add Aberdeen . XOO Cannibalism. Iu the gulf of California is Tuburon I island, whore cannibals live to this day. White men have been able to lam! ; thoro and gel away, but not one of those who have ventured inland has ever returned alive. It will not be i until tin? white man has colonized the furthest ends of the world that canni balism will dually cease, and that period is yet a long time nway.—Lon | don Standard. CIIIC.WJO PI..WS IMC A1.1.-ST \U \OX-P< LM'll AL MKKTINt. Chicago, Si■!>' • 1 • Following the acceptance of Judge Taft and VV. .I Bryan, the Republican and Demo cratie nominees, respecl ively, <,I the invitation to attend the waterway banquet in this city, the Commerce Association lias decided to invite Chafin, Hlsgen, Debs and Watson. The plan is to make It the greatest all-star non-political meeting ever known. More than 100 Senators, ■ors and Congressmen will at tend. J w.. DANGER IN DELAY. Kidnev Diseases Are Too Daneerous for Aberdeen People to Neglect. The great danger of kidney trou bles is that they get a firm hold be fore the sufferer recognizes them. Health is gradually undermined. Backache, headache, nervousness, lameness, soreness, lumbago, urin ary troubles, dropsy, diabetes and Bright's disease follow in merciless succession. Don't neglect your kid neys. Cure the kidneys with the cer tain and safe remedy, Doan's Kidney Pills, which has cured people right here in Aberdeen. T. M. Howard, Curtis Stsect, Ab erdeen, Wash., says: "I was never seriously troubled with kidney com plaint, but some two or three years ago I had a dull aching in my back which caused me much misery ami plainly showed that my kidneys were at fault. Knowing of the great value of Doan's Kidney Pills from the ex perience my relatives have hail, I de cided to try them and procured a box at the Red Cross Drug Store. They went at once to the seat of the com plaint, and it required but the use of two boxes to give me complete relief from the annoyance. I have not ex perienced any trouble from my kid neys since that time." For sale by all dealers. Price 50 (tents. Foster-Mil burn Co.. Buffalo. Mew York, sole agents for the I nited States. Remember the name—Doan's — ind take no other. 6G The MECCA CAFE Aberdeen's Finest Restaurant Will He Open to the Public During the New Alterations GRAND OPENING OF THE New Mecca Cafe WITH A Free Dinner to All Will be announced later. It is the intention of the New Management to make this house unsurpassed in the Northwest in service and menu and still its price be that of moderation. A MAN! OFOR a living man to lead That will not babble when we bleed! O for the silent doer of the deed! Ono that Is happy In his height, And one that in a nation's night Hath solitary certitude of light! Sirs, not with battle 111 begun We charge you, not with fields unwon. Nor headlong deaths against the dark ened gun. But with a lightness worse than dread, That you but laughed who should have led And tripped like dancers amid all our dead. You for no failure we impeach. Nor for those bodies in the broach. But for the deeper shallowness of speech When every cheek was hot with shame, When we demanded words of flame, O ye were busy but to shift the blame. No man of us but clinched his hand, No brow but turned as with a brand. You. you alono were slow to understand. O for a living man to lead That will not babble when we bleed! O for the silent doer of the deed! —Stephen Phillips. POIiT LAMI MAKKKTS. Wheat Track prices: Club, S9c; I red Russian, Stic; bluestem, 93c; Valley, 90c. Hurley Feed, $25.50; rolled, $27 "l 2S. Oats No. I white, $27.50; gray, $26. Kay—Timothy, Willamette Valley, j fancy $lt; do. ordinary, $11; East ern Oregon, $10.50; mixed, $13; alfalfa, $lt. Butter Extra ,3tc; fancy, 2Sc; choice, 25c; sto--c, 1 Sc. Eggs- -Extra, 2 tic; firsts, 25 fie 2'Gc; second, 2 2 (it 23c ■ thirds, 15@20c. Hops- 1907. prime and choice, 3(ft 4c; old, ilVic; new crop, Go ' o .t 7c. , Wool Vail > l l<f/15%c; lb; Eastern Oregon, 8© 16c, as to shrinkage. Mohair —Choice, 18 (ft 1 9c. SKATTLI'! MAKKETS. Wheat —Bluestem, 9-lc. Oats $27(<i 27.50. Barley $23 Hay Eastern Washington timo thy, $16 per ton; I'ttget Sound hay, $9.50 (it lo per ton; wheat hay, $12 pt.'* fnn; alf"lf ' SJt.no ft 10 per ton. Butter— Washington creamery, 32c per iu; ranch, per lb; Ore gon, 2Sc per tb Eggs—-Selected local, 34c per doz; Eastern, 2G(ij2Kc per doz; Oregon ranch, 28<L<30c per doz. How to Get Strong. P. J. Daly, of 1247 \V. Congress St., Chicago, tells of a way to be come strong: He says: "My moth er, who Is old and was very feeble, is deriving so much benefit from Electric Hitters, that I feel it's my duty to tell those who need a tonic and strengthening medicine about it. In my mother's case a marked gain in flesh has resulted, insomnia has been overcome and she is steadily growing stronger." Electric Bitters quickly remedy stomach, liver and kidney complaints. Sold under guar antee by Evans Drug Co. and Post office Pharmacy. 50c. (1) SOME SNAPS!! TWO NICE CHEAP HOMES ON SCHOOL HOUSE HILL. EASY PAYMENTS. TELEPHONE g R BOWES Room I, Aberdeen State Bank Building FOU^I II Especially ne.d "Nature's Remedy" (NR Tablets)f need it to take the Rheu- II ■ ■ matisin out of their joints; need it to keep their Stomach, Liver, Kidney! and || ■■ Bowels in good order; need it for the strength and vigor it gives. fll II Let "NATURE'S REMEDY" Be Your Doctor. II Take a tablet now and then; it will keep your system in such good condition H\ that disease cannot take hold. Every box is guaranteed to give satisfaction, of the purchase price refunded. | Better For Liver His RED CROSS PHARMACY CITY FIRE ALARM BOXES. Below is given the location of the real and Imaginary boxes, the latter being marked with an asterisk (•): *Box No. 4—Young and Thomas, North Aberdeen. *Box No. s—B5 —B and Cleveland streets, Highland Home. ♦Box No. 7—Terrace avenue and D street, High School. •Box No. 8. —Burrows' Dock. •Box No. 9 —Hume and K streets, Northern Pacific Railroad Depot. •Box No. 12—Boone and King streets, South Aberdeen. Box No. 15—Wilson Bros' Mill. Box No. 17.— S. E. Slade Mill. Box No. 21.—Market and F streets. Box No. 23. —American Mill. Box No. 25.—Heron and F streets. Box No. 27 —Fourth and G streets. •Box No. 31 —Franklin School, Market, between Jefferson and M streets. Box No. 32—Hume and H streets. Box No. 35—Anderson & Middle ton Mill. Box No. 37—Heron and Broadway. Box No. 38 —Third and Broadway. Box No. 42—Hart-Wood Lumber Co.'s Mill. Box No. 45—Western Cooperage. Box No. 47—Hume and Washing ton streets. Fine Job Printing; at molerste prices Herald Prlntcry. Aberdeen Undertaking; I'arlors BOWES & RANDOLPH 406 E. Wishkah St. Lady Attendants PhntlPC Office 662 r llUllca Residence 424 »n<l TRADE* MARKS promptly oil countries, or no Ice. Wo obtain PATENTS ■ THAT PAY. advertise them thoroughly, at oui ■ exjxiiHH. and nuip you to hucocks. H fiend model, photo or fcketch for FREE report I on patentability. 20 yoars' pract.co. SUR* I PASBI NG CEQ. 'or free (iuide I 803-5C3 SovoAth Stroot, I 'NSTO w.rt'. Looso-leaf gyncir, printing aA.! nun 14 .. specialty Herald PrUitery.