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Tales of the Town Tersely Told
John and Ralph Gudgeon left yes
terday for Philadelphia.
•Mr. and Mrs. D. Craft, of McCleary,
■ 'ted the city this week.
■vlr. and Mrs. David Worth left yes-
for Eureka, California.
IpDr. G. W. Overmeyer made a busi
ness Visit to Raymond fhis week.
w . A daughter was born Tuesday after
mm f bon ,0 r " ant * M rs - G. W. Ripley.
' M Aberdeen Paint Co., for Wall Paper,
L I fOils, Paints, ete. 321 E. Market St. tf
|L A son w as born Monday to Mr. and
George Fredson, 620 Essex
Hoonan and F. H. Shainholts
P ®ft yesterday for a business visit in
f Mrs. J. F. BicTe'l. of Racine, Wis.,
Ms in the city, visiting her daughter,
jHflrs. G. W. Ripley.
i ft', Aberdeen Rebekah lodge will give
[' L a card party and social tonight, in
Odd Fellows hall.
s T. Carbery, of the Broadwyay
» fl rmacy, went to Portland on a busi-
Rfflp ss visit yesterday.
flf A number of Aberdeen Pythians
J went to Hoquiam last night, to assist
m in initiation ceremonies.
D. Pasley left yesterday for his
IWWime in Chicago, after a visit with
ifHL his brother, R. E. Pasley.
;■ P. F. Bertrand and sons left
■ for Sparta, Wisconsin, and
M points, to visit relatives.
Orpheus club will sing at a spe-
patriotic service in St. Andrew's
Episcopal church next Sunday.
Daniel J. Kelley left Tuesday for
home, in Luddington, Pa., after a
■■ visit with his daughter, Miss Kelley.
City Clerk P. F. Clark is expected
home tomorrow from an extended vis
it at his former home, in Michigan.
SThe Norwegian-Danish Methodist
church will give a social this evening
[M in the church. Market and L streets.
V John R. Shaker left Monday to join
t/ Company G, at Tye, Wash., after
|V spending a short furlough in the city.
BT Mr. and Mrs. William Siese left on
night for North Yakima, to
SmH ttend the convention of Master
if' George McFadden has returned to
111 Aberdeen, after three months spent on
F '■ m large rattle ranch in Eastern Wash
St iff Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Johnson arrived
BfK from Los Angeles Tuesday, and will
r spend the summer here as is their
At ' custom.
F ,Mt is estimated that the payroll of
..the loggers on Grays Harbor, to be
i ■■"distributed Monday, will exceed
■K Mrs. Delia Conlee returned to her
Igjl me, at Melbourne, Monday, after a
■I ■sit with friends in Aberdeen and
I W Miss Elizabeth Morgan returned on
:*VTuesday night from Portland, where
,|«she was visiting her sister, Mrs. Hen
"I Ensign Carl Mo'rck, of the Naval
rJmMilitia, was in the city Tuesday, vis
m iting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. A.
ImMorck, of Hotel Washington.
M Attorney T. B. Bruener left Tues
■ lay for Yankton, S. D., to visit rela
ys tives. Mrs. Bruener, who is visiting
!' J there will accompany him home.
m Funeral services'for William Bloom
▼ field, who was fatally injured in a
■ ogging camp, were held yesterday
■ fternoon, in the Whiteside chapel.
fl Gordon Wilson, traveling auditor of
H \e Federal Shipping Board, was in
■ ie city this week, on a tour of inves-
B gation of the high cost of living.
U Mrs. John W. Fraser and two daugh
■ ters left today for a visit of three
K months in the East. Mr. Fraser ac-
H 'ompanied them to Vancouver, B. C.
V The Aberdeen Court of Foresters
■ will give a smoker next Monday night.
mj Tom Turner is in charge of the pro-
U p-atn, and some good sports are cer
W Newman R. Stagg. an employe of
■h the telephone company, left Wednes-
W day for Monterey, Cal., where he will
f enter training for the Signal Reserve
i < Mrs. Joel W. Butler and little
I daughter, of Richmond, Va., arrived in
the city Tuesday, to visit Mrs. But
ler's parents, Mr. and Mrs t Harry
V P. Potter.
THE REX ALL
MAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED
Mrs. E. S. Kerr lqft Monday for
Kansas City, Mo.
Chas. T. Scurry made a business
visit in Olympia Monday.
Mrs. Harry Druxman left Monday
morning for Homestead, Oregon.
Aberdeen Paint Co., ror Wall Paper,
Oils, Paints, etc. 321 E. Market St. tf
The Woman's Relief Corps met on
Tuesday afternoon in Odd Fellows
Jiall. • „ r
Paul \ ernon was home on a short
vacation from Company G, during the
Miss Claire Carter attended a con
ference of the Y. W. C. A. at Seattle
Mrs. G. E. Anderson and children
have gone to their summer cottage at
Misses Edna and Winifred Schu
macher visited friends in Monroe,
Wash., this week.
The L'Allegro ciub held their last
meeting until fall at Electric park
Miss Helen and Edward Morley left
Friday for Saginaw, Mich., to visit
Mrs. B. F. Johnson and daughter,
Miss Vera, visited old friends in the
city during the week.
Mrs. M. M. Staum, of Seattle, is in
the city, visiting her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. James McNamara.
The White Rose' club met Wednes
day afternoon with Mrs. Minnie Fetsch
at 815 Second avenue.
The Canadian club met Tuesday af
ternoon with Mrs. Simon Frazer at
her home, on Essex avenue.
Mrs. Fred Nye entertained the Re
view club Tuesday afternoon at her
home, 311 West First street.
The entertainment and dance given
by the Dokkies Friday night netted
about $300 for the Red Cross war
Carl Jarbi, who was committed to
the insane asylum from this county
12 years ago. died at that institution
Misses Irene Crary and Winifred
Paine are spending the week with rel
atives and friends in Tacoma and
Mrs. Paul Smits and son, and moth
er, Mrs. W. O. McKinlay, visited Mr.
and Mrs. W. G. Hopkins, at Saginaw,
during the week.
Mrs. W. H. McWhinney left Sunday
for Eureka, Cal., where she was call
ed by illness in the family of her
daughter, Mrs. Chamberlain.
Mrs. W. M. Haines, mother of W. M.
Haines, manager of the Remington
agency, arrived from Seattle last week
to make her home with her son.
Percy Boutyette" and Chester Gil
breath, non-commissioned officers of
Company G, visited their relatives in
the city this week, on furlough.
Cedric Greene, clerk in the city
water department, and Dwight Wel
lington, of Cosmopolis, have enlisted
in the submarine chaser service.
The West Side division of the Pres
byterian Ladies Aid society met Tues
day afternoon with Mrs. W. M. Goeh
rend, at her home, 515 West First
Miss Belle Miller left Saturday for
San Fjancisco, to take up summer
school work at Berkeley, after an
extended visit with Mr. and Mrs. W.
Killaly Greene returned to his du
ties with the engineer corps at Am
erican Lake Friday, and Mrs. Greene
returned to her home in Portland on
Geo. W. Crawford and Edwin Hunt
ington took the civil service examina
tion at the local postoffice this week
for admission to the naval academy
The Ladies Aid society of Trinity
Methodist church gave a pleasant so
cial Wednesday evening, at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. John Ferrier, 1200
Lieut. Sexton entertained last Fri
day evening at Hotel Lafayette, af
an informal dinner and dancing party,
in honor of the officers of the torpedo
boat that is in t' e harbor.
Mr. and Yrs. John Pearson and
daughter, Miss Ruth, and Mrs. V. T.
Evans and young son, left Tuesday
for a visit to Yellowstone park, and
to visit relatives in Idaho.
F. G. Jones returned Saturday night
from a business visit in San Fran
cisco. He was accompanied by his
daughter. Miss Ellen, who has been
visiting relatives in San Diego.
Mrs. N. P. Brown and daughter.
Miss Phylis, left Monday for San
Francisco, where they were called by
the death of Mrs, Brown's brother-in
law who was accidentally drowned.
Anthony and Ingar Finsand, who
have been living with their uncle.
Frank Noeninger, in North Aberdeen,
and attending the public schools, have
gone to Vancouver, B. C., to spend the
vacation with their parents.
At the picnic of the Fortnight club
held at Electric park last week, the
following officers were elected: Mrs.
Mayme MacLafferty, president; Mrs.
E. John Hanson, vice president. The
other officers will hold over.
NEW FRUIT COMPANY
The Ryan Fruit company, of Spo
kane. with branches in Portland, Seat
tle, Tacoma. Salt Lake and Ogden,
opened their Aberdeen branch house
Monday ,with J. W. Huff, of this city,
Mr. Huff has been connected with
this line of trade here for several
RECRUITING AMBULANCE CORPS
Dr. A. S. Monzingo, of Tacoma, is
in the city, recruiting for the ambu
lance Corps, which he expects will be
called for duty in France in a few
weeks. Goodbar Jones, Stanley De-
Losh and William Eaton are among
the Aberdeen young men who have
joined the corps.
TO BUILD SHINGLE MILLS
Oscar Sather, an experienced shin
gle manufacturer who has operated
at Bellingham and South Bend, has
made a contract with the Copalis
Lumber company for the cedar on its
logged off lands and will operate shin
gle mills in that vicinity.
MRS. STITT DIES AT COPALIS
Mrs. Catherine C. Stitt died at Co
palis Wednesday morning, aged 70
years. The body was brought to the
Whiteside parlors here, and funeral
services were held yesterday morning
at St. Mary's Catholic church. She
is survived by three children, Thomas
and Margaret Stitt and Mrs. F. Evans.
RETURN FROM CAMPING.
P. F. Halferty and daughter have re
turned from a camping trip, in the
specially arranged automobile Mr.
Halferty had built after his own plans,
and which is calculated to be about
the last word in such equipment. As
soon as the mountains are clear of
snow, Mr. Halferty and Mrs. Lillie
will make a trip in the auto to South
Walter Hilligoss, who with his wife
have been here from Spokane, visiting
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Rice W.
Hilligoss, has enlisted in the marine
corps. Mr. and Airs. Hilligoss left
yesterday by auto for their home in
Spokane, where Mr. Hilligoss will be
notified when and where to report
Double dwelling house, close in.
Electric lights, bath and modern con
veniences. S. W. Pearson, 351 North
B St. 46-3t
Report of the Financial Condition of
THE ABERDEEN STATE BANK
located at Aberdeen, State of Wash
ington, at the close of business on the
20th day of June, 1917.
Loans and discounts $163,342.73
Bonds, warrants and other
Banking house, furniture
and fixtures 6,961.16
Other real estate owned .. 5,321.09
Due from banks —Approved
reserve agents 42,110.98
Due from banks other than
approved reserve agents . 1,181.94
Exchange for clearhig house 4,911.29
Cash on hand •• • • 12,165.30
Capital stock paid in $ 25,000.00
Undivided profits 4,176.15
Due to banks —deposits ... 24,431.33
Certified checks 50.00
State of Washington, County of Grays
I, G. W. Ripley, Cashier of the above
named bank, or trust company, do
solemnly swear that the foregoing
statement is true to the best of my
knowledge and belief. 6
G. W. RIPLEY,
A. D. NYERE,
Subscribed and sworn to before me
this 27th day of June, 1917.
J. E. STEWART,
Notary Public, in and for the State
of Washington, residing at Aberdeen
ABERDEEN, WASHINGTON, FRIDAY, JUNE 29, 1917.
The Polish Independent Political
club will give a dance tomorrow night,
in their hall. First and Washington
streets, for the benefit of the Red
Cross fund. The club has already
voted $50 from its treasury to the
Red Cross, but feeling that was not
enough, planned the dance.
Charles Pjorland died in a local hos
pita' after a brief illness, Monday,
aged about 38 years. The funeral
took place yesterday afternoon, ser
vices being held at the Elerding &
Pinnick chapel, under the auspices of
the Swedish Temperance society.
SHINGLE MILL FOR NORTH RIVER
E. H. Lester, who is operating a log
ging works on North river, and some
Centralia parties are planning to build
another shingle mill in that valley,
with a capacity of 120,000 a day.
GARDNER IS U. S. COMMISSIONER
Attoreny Ira N. Gardner has been
appointed commissioner of the United
States Circuit court, to succeed F. M.
Cook, who is now a captain in the
Second Washington Supply Co.
The pain goes so quickly after you
apply Sloan's Liniment for rheumatic
pains, neuralgia, toothache, lumbago,
sprains, and its so easy to use. It
quickly penetrates and soothes without
rubbing and is far cleaner and more
effective than mussy plasters or oint
Keep a bottle in the house and get
prompt relief, not only from all nerve
pains but from bruises, strains, sprains
over-exercise and all external aches.
At your druggist, 25c, 50c. $1.00. (1)
The world lay smiling In a dream
Until the drumming guns, the smoke
From burning cities, pillaged towns.
Upon the sleep of nations broke.
But we, since we had drawn the enda
Of all the earth into our heart-
Confusion wrought within ou? soul;
We hoped to play the neutral's part.
The neutral's part • • • full soon wa
The kaiser's ultimate device:
The world his altar, he the priest,
Democracy the sacrifice! ♦ • •
Our dream has fled: we, too, have waked
To strike with splendor, faith and power
In issue of the highest cause
That ever greatened history's hour;
Our eagles climb the crying dawn
On wings of no uncertain flight;
We set our banner, full of stars.
By yours, on war's accepted height;
The drums are roused, the bugles blow;
The cie of destiny is cast;
The full decision i>f our days
Is yours at last! Is yours at lastl
—Harry Kemp In Now York World.
Boston's custom house clock has a
dial twenty-one feet iu diameter.
Russia has more blind people than
the rest of the world, two to one.
Remove fresh coffee stains by pour
ing boiling through the fabric.
SAT., JUNE 30
One Mad Merry Night
World's Greatest Comedian
and original N. Y. Winter
Garden company of 200 in
cluding the far famed beau
ty brigade in
75c, $1.00, $1.50, $2.00, $2.50
A little backache at first.
Daily increasing 'till the back is
lame and weak.
Urinary disorders may quickly fol
Dropsy and often Bright's disease.
This frequently is the downward
course of kidney ills.
Don't take this course. Follow the
advice of an Aberdeen citizen.
J. C. Miller, 611 E. Second Street.
Aberdeen, says: "I can always vouch
for Doan's Kidney Pills, for I know
from personal experience that they are
a medicine of merit. I have taken
them on different occasions when my
back has l'elt stiff and sore and they
1 ive always done me good. I have
found Doan's Kidney Pills reliable and
more so than anything else I have ever
taken for kidney troubles."
Price 50c, at all dealers, Don't
simply <»sk for a kidney remedy—get
Doan's idney Pills —the same that
Mr. Miller hr-1. Foster-Milburn Co.,
Props., Buffalo, N. Y.
GIVE RED CROSS DANCE.
CHARLES PJORLAND DIES
America to Her Allies
THE human foot, from childhood to old age, is called upon
for greater physical endurance than any other portion of the
body. It is therefore obvious that great care should be taken
to keep the feet physically perfect.
The selection of Shoes for young children is not an easy task. The par
ent can only judge by appearance, and too often the child suffers pain and
becomes nervous and irritable from ill-fitting shoes.
Buster Brown Shaping Last Shoes have solved the problem for parents
who are interested in their children's future foot comfort. By adopting this Last Sytim.
the child's foot grows uniformly at all ages of development. The change in shape of the
Lott is made gradually and the foot it kept free from blemishes.
Begin now to buy Buster Brown Shaping Last Shoes and insure shoe comfort and
shapely maturity of your children's feet.
Buster. Brown Stuping Lait Shoe* arc made for Boy* and Girl* frqn lav to
fWallock's Buster 3
Brown Shoe Store
Pointa About the Gorgeous
New Oeaigna Juat Out.
Brilliancy of coloring and surprising
combinations characterize the new
sport silks which have just arrived in
the big stores.
l'laids, stripes and spots of various
sizes and great diversity of shapes are
found among these silks, and the vivid,
ofttlmes rather startling color schemes
are most interesting. The comparative
ly few plain varieties are supposed to
be chiefly for evening wear, although
even these may be used in combination,
the coat of one color and the skirt of
another for street wear. In fact, they
are not supposed to appear alone for
the evening, but to be used in pairs at
least, according to the latest rumors of
Heavy shantung pongees seem to be
leading In favor, with georgette crapes
and satins following closely after. All
of them have the great advantage thia
year of being woven mi broad looms,
which, of course, spells both ease and
economy for the dressmaker.
Robin's egg blue is scheduled as a
leader on this spring's color calendar,
and a highly successful season Is ex
pected for it. Some of the combina
tions In which it is destined to play a
part are certainly surprising, to put It
mildly. They do not sound exactly at
tractive In words, perhaps; but, con
trary to all expectations, they really do
look well when put together properly.
"Be careful never to throw them at
each other," warns an expert. Then he
proceeds to gather up handfuls of soft
satin, the robin's egg blue In one hand
and violet In the other. After the first
start of surprise one realizes, as he
twists them deftly together, that they
really do harmonize after all, that the
effect is beautiful. Another of the new
combinations he shows is robin's egg
blue and brass, far less startling than
the first and quite jiieasing. Char
treuse georgette crape also and this
same robin's egg blue combine very
well indeed, and the effect is particu
larly pleasing for evening wear.
The botanical gardens of Rio de Ja
neiro cover 2,000 acres.
Tou never can tell. The man who
lives too well is often ill.
WHEN men are drawn together in the army, you
find out a lot about their likes and dislikes. It's
always been a great place for the spread of W-B
CUT popularity. They show each other why you
shouldn't take more than a little chew of W-B CUT.
Every shred is chock full of sap; a big chew is too rich.
They take to W-B CUT, strong; nothing is too good
for our soldiers.
Made by WETMAN-BRUTON COMPANY, 1107 Broadway. New York City
Reverence for those who have passed
beyond is proof of the highest ideals of
PUGET SOUND MARBLE & GRANITE CO.
2006 First Ave. Established is-r» SEATTLE, WASH.
S.W.JOHNSTON TRANSFER CO.
Office 310 So. I St. Phone 30
>rtance of Shoe Comfort for
the Growing Child
Lybarger Is Authority on Social and
Lee Francis- Lybarper Is one of the
men who fijrure prominently in mak
ing tiie 1!»17 Chautauqua lecturing
LEE FRANCIS LYBARGER.
staff of much strength and character.
Lybarger is in great demand anions;
Chautauqua audiences everywhere, lit'
is a man of brilliant and scholarly
mind who has (he unusual gift of pre
senting educational subjects in an en
William Jennings Bryan, Senator
Kern of Indiana and Senator Heed of
Missouri rate Lee Francis L.vbarger
as one of the leading authorities in
America on political, social and indus
"Madam, try and induce your daugh
ter not to get her gymnasium and her
musical exercises mixed."
"What do yon mean, professor?"
"I moan that she Is inclined to mis
take the piano for a punching bag."—
Hours 10:30 to 12
2 to 5 and " to 8 Residence 1976-R
Oviatt & Oviatt
Makes you well and Keeps yon
Consultation and Analysis Free
Masonic Temple, Ground Floor, 1 SC.
JAMES A. HOOD
If you are interested in chickens
and want a small acre tract in on*
of the live towns of Grays Harbor
County where you will have all th«
advantages of farm and city life con*
Oldest Permanently Established
Men's Specialist on Grays Harbor
Just a word to you men, who have
grown despondent or are disappointed
and are laboring under a mental clond,
owing to long standing and chronle
conditions —I have cured many such
doubters and shall be glad to help yo«
Do not delay!
YOU ARE JUST THE ONES I want
to talk to. SAVE TIME, WORRY and
EXPENSE by COMING NOW. Re
member, the longer you put off doing
what you know you ought to do, th*
harder it is to cure you and the longer
It will take, and, besides, it lays the
foundation for other diseased condi
tions and complications. Blood testa
I DO ONLY OFFICE WORK—NOT®
MY OFFICE HOURS and you can al
ways finds me at your service. CON
I CURE RUPTURES without the
I CURE PILES without the knife!
You can come from Missouri and
may want to be shown. I have proofa,
real live oneß, right here on Grays
Special attention given to Chronic
Cases, Diseases Peculiar to Men, Blood
Poison, Enlarged Glands, Loss of Vig
or and Nerve Force, Diseases of Blad
der, Bowels and Kidneys. "914" used.
I use the best and most up-to-date
Instruments, medicines, serums, vac
cines and methods. Expert intraven
I also treu*. head noises, catarrh
and kindred ailments.
Come at any time, as I'm always
on the Job. If you are too busy dur
ing the day come in the evening.
Hours —9 ... in. to 12 m.; 1 to E
and 6 to 8:30 p. m. Sundays 1 to 4
p. m. only. Strictly office practice.
Specialist for Men
OVER BLYTH & BLYTH
304y a E. Heron St., Aberdeen, WaaK
Sell drafts on foreign countries at
Buy school warrants.
Make short time loans and discount
Banking hours —From 10 a. m. to
2 p. m.; Saturdays, 10 a. m. to 12 m.
F. B. PATTERSON President
ROB'T. F. HAYES....Vice-President
W. J. PATTERSON, Cashier and Mgr
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS, $350,000.06
FULLY PAID UP
Do a General Banking Business
Branch at Montesano, Elma. Oakvlllc
Office Phone Res. Pbona
Aberdeen Window & House
Vacuum Cleaners for Rent.
rtouse and office cleaning of all kixifta
Aberdeen Printing Co., Partlcuiat
Printers. 309 East Wishkab