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Aberdeen herald. (Aberdeen, Chehalis County, W.T.) 1886-1917, June 14, 1900, Image 5

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The proper materials for summer wear are
DUCK CRASH.
We carry all styles in both ladies' and gents'
garments; also in head wear.
-&S Special Sale
For the coming two weeks we are offering
our entire line of Ladies' and Misses' SKIRTS,
Ladies' TAILOR-MADE SUITS, Silk Waists,
Jackets and Cat>es, at a discount of
20 ? 5
N. G. Kaufman.
BKIEF MENTION.
Shoes at wholesale prices at the Racket.
Postmaster Bell visited Klma, Sunday.
The Racket, room Commercial block.
Fine line of copper boilers at the
Racket.
Latest thing iu Sun-bonnets at the
Racket.
Mrs. .1. A. Hood and son are visiting
iu Portland.
Fine line of Tin and Granite War at
the Racket.
A. !•'. Coates went to !!>e Sound on
business today.
C. A. Beaidsh'y visited t(akville Tues
day on business.
D. 11. Mullen had business at Taconta
during the week.
County Attorney Abel had business in
Aberdeen Saturday.
When in Montesano go to the Royal
for a ,;ood square meal.
W. .1. Maize, of Klma, had business in
Aberdeen Tuesday night.
A young heavy-weight team for sa.e
at West Aberdeen Ranch. -t
First class milk cows for sale by Ru
dolph Disller, Cosmopolis.
Attorney Straiton, of South Bend,
spent Sunday in Aberdeen.
Micheal Finn wo H to Olympia Tuesday
to prove up oa a timber claim.
Wih. Lanning is lying dangerously ill
wit i an affection of the brain.
Chas. Simms lost a linger from his right
hand in tin Cosmopolis mill Fiiday.
You can get meals in any style and at
any time at the Royal in Montesano.
You can get anythingtho market affords
at the Hi yal restaurant iu Montesano.
Get your milk at the Pioneer Dairy, il
you want good milk and uood tneaure. *
Chehalis county township plats 75 cts.
E. G. Hunt, ccunty surveyor, .Montesano.
The four-year-old son of D. D. Ray fell
from a wood pile and broke an arm Mon- j
day.
G. M. Pjwell, of Neushkah, has li.iely .
improved farm lands for sale on long
time. 28-tl j
Miss Carrol Bondliu left Monday
morning for Seattle where she will visit |
friends.
Telephone 11 to have your baggage or j
trunks delivered promptly to any part of
the city. IG-ol
Dr. J. W. Scamell was called to Mon-1
tesano Monday to consult with Dr. j
Walston.
Close buyers are still being made happy
at the auction sales of the Fatuous Cloth
ing house.
Wanted —Chambermaid and dish
washer. Apply at Hotel Hoquiatu, Ilo
ijuiam, Wash.
If you have never tried the Grays Har-1
bor Steam Laundry, do so and be assured
of satisfaction. 34-tf
Mrs. (i. S. Kendall went to Mor.tesano
this morning to visit uiends in that city
for a few days.
Miss Odessa Burke went to Copalis
S iti rd.iy to spend the school vacation
whh her parents.
F. J. Wood and P. L. Lachapptlle, of
lloqniam, have received a patent for a
sawmill set works.
Subscribers failing to receive their copy
of the 11 i:hau> will confer a favor by
notifying this office.
J. P. Leitcli had the end of a linger cut
oil' in the machinery of the ]<eitch &
Bryden mill Monday.
There was no meeting of the city coun
cil Saturday evening, owing to the failure
of a quorum to appear.
The assessment of Aberdeen for 1000
shows an increased valuation of about
♦ 175,000 over that of 1899.
Leopold M. Schmidt, of the Capital
brewery, came down from Olynipia Sun-1
day anil returned Montay.
Thoinus Peterson returned home Fri- :
day from his tirst trip as a sailer loy, '
made on the schooner John Miller,
Don't forget, all I abies invited, FUEE.
MEKBIWETJIKK & D.NOMAV, i
Aben'e?n, W. sh.
Wantki- —A i expo,ien.ed grcccryman.
A g> od saluiy to the right man.
It Bkckkk linos.
Mkn Wanted —To work ou the new
plank road between lloquiam and Lon-1
don. Inquire at tho llekai.d office.
Miss Is.thcl McPermoth enteitained
a ihiiiilk r if young friends at her
residence on Fiist street, Tuesday even
ing.
I)r. Overineyer was ('tilled to Cosmop
.olis las.t Thursday to amputate a toe that
liikl been mashed on liio foot of John
Talso.
<5. 1* Karshner, Geo. I>. Hopkins and
.James Fuller went to Rosebnrg, Oregon,
j'esterday to prove up on their timber
claims.
Rev. Father Van Ilolderbeker came
to Aberdeen from Snohomish last \ eek
to assist Father Metz in his work in this
parish.
Dr. Paul Smits, who was called to Zea
land, Michigan, a few weeks ago by the
illness of his father, returned .Sunday
evening.
Two umbrellas wore left at the Acme
opera house by the owners Monday
night. They can lie had by applying to
(ieo. A. Black.
11. C. Bower and family left this morn
ing for I'ueblo, Colorado, where Mr.
Mower lias accepted a position with the
Pacific Tea Co.
Mis. S, W. Anderson and Airs. 11. N.
Anderson entertained a number of lady
friends at the reside.ice of the latter yes
terday afternoon.
Roht. I.owry took the train Tuesday for
a tour of the Sound cities and Ka-tern
Washington, in which sections he will
adveiti.-c West port Beach.
j| Ris to Remark
it is fly time and to remind
jr- you that the best thing yet in
vented for catching flies is
HE' Sticky Fly Paper.
We have tested its sticking
TODD'S PHAMACY.
Children's Day will be observed in the
! Congregational church next Sunday
! evening. In the morning they will wor
| ship with the M. K. congregation.
i Mrs. Grant Wheeler and Misses Maud
J McPermoth and Marjory Oiirton wentto
| Chelmlis Monday to attend the district
[ convention of the Ep .vorth League.
For Rent— A large dwelling, suitable
for two families, in Highland Home ad
dition. Inquire of J. A. Stewart, on
!lighland Home dairy wagon. tf
W. J. Hamilton offers the South Aber
deen Dairy for sale. This is a good op
portunity'to step into a paying business,
i lor someone with the cash to buy. ft
Remember now is the time to see who
the baby looks in a picture—FßEE.
Mkkriwkthak & Dinoman,
Aberdeen, Wash.
Miss Blanche Karshner left yesterday
i for Tacoma, to attend the grand lodge of
the O. K. S., after which she will visit
several weeks with friends on the Sound.
W. H. Bush, of Montesano, was in
, town Monday night on his way home
from West port, where he had been called
by the illness of his father, Dr. A. K.
Bush.
Those wishing a thorough college
course of instruction oil the piano or
; I organ, see Miss McNitt, or leave word
j with Rev. McDennoth. Lessons 75cents
! per hour. 37-tf
1 Mrs. Kin ma Kaatz, an experienced
midwife f/om Oakville, has purchased a
lot on 11 nine street between Broadway
1 and K streets, and began the building of
a lying in hospital.
A few copies of tho Grays Harbor
i Directory have been left after the de
livery of the work to subscribers, which
! will be sold at $2.50 a c >py. They can
j be had at the llkhali) office.
The fire alarm Saturday afternoon was
I caused by (ire in tho loof of the Douglas
I Bros, fmnilry. D was extinguishtd by
(the department in a short time, and
cccasi no I but a trilling damage.
1 The July term of the fedora' cjurt at
Tacoma convenes Ju'y 10. The following
jurymen are drawn troin C:«Uftlis conn
itv Jacob Flyte and J. A. Link, Ahur
! deen, C. B. Jenkins and John H. Taylor,
Slontesano.
I To those who drink whisky for pleas
ure; 11 ARIT.It Whisky adds /est to ex
istence. To those who drink whisky for
health's sake; IIAUI'KU Wishky makes
life worth living. Sold by L. W. \\ ai.keii
I Abe i dee n, Wash,
SMOKE •'SELECT" AND 'Till.NK OP BE" CIGARS. TiIKV ABE JIAMFACTt'It3I> lIY HOME LAUD !
Anyone wishing to purchase groceries
will do well to call at Mitchell's, corner
Q and Market streets, where can be
found everything in the grocery line, of
the best quality and as cheap as can be
bought in the city. tf>
J. L. Barker, a North ltiver rancher,
came to town Friday evening with a
thumb nearly severed from his hand by
an axe. I>r." Overmeyer sewed the in
jured member back on, and in time it
will be as well as ever.
Ever since C. C. Sargent assumed the
management of the Brunswick hotel,
that hostelry has steadily gained in pop
ularity as a medium priced homelike
hotel, and today the Brunswick is num
bered among the most popular houses on
Grays Harbor.
School officials elected last Saturday to
succeed officers who had been appointed
to fill vacancies will take office as soon as
qualified. Those succeeding expired
terms assume the office of director on the
first Monday in July, clerks the first
Monday in August.
Ze'atko& Moulton <arry the most
: complete stock of furniture, carjiets and
house fiunisning gooi's on the Haibor.
Buying in large quantities for cash en
ables them to sell at prices that defy
competition. Examine their stock and
prices before buying.
The Woodmen of the World will meet
in the M. E. church, Sunday morning,
June I7th, and the ltev. 11. I). Crawford,
of the Congregational church, w ill preach
the sermon. In the evening the pastoi
will occupy the pulpit. Special music,
morning and evening.
folin Richardson, a cousin of C. C.
Sargent and Mrs. C. F. Perry, arrived in
Aberdeen fioin Anita, lowa, Friday.
Mr. Richardson, who is a hotel man of
twenty vears experience, has decided to
locate in this city, aid his se it for his
family to join him here.
| The Herald acknowledges receipt of
! an invitation to a '•Munelyte Pliancy,"
! this evening, given on board ihe steamer
|T. C. Reed by the lloquiam Pastime
! Club. An evening of music, mirth and
I merriment is assured and ye editor le
i grets that prior engagements prevent
| his presence.
] Verv little interest, was manifested in
| the school district election Saturday, only
|13 votes being c ist. But this will not
i deter the delinquent voters from beco ii
j ing lusty kickers whenever something in
! the school management does not suit
j them. W. A.Crandall was elected clerk,
! and Carl Weatherwax director.
The biid's eye views of Aberdeen, by
Ct S. Patten, arrived from San Francisco
on the steamer Newberg, and a e on
sale at \V. B. P.iitu A Go's and bv M ■
I'atten. The views are handsome y
; lithogiaphed in colors and are absolutely
j correct. Not a building Inn been placed
' in the picture, other than what is actual..'
on 'lie giound, in fact the view is as ac
curate as a photograph in al' particulars.
A copy sent east, w'll convev nvro in
formation 'tb.jiit Aberdeen than a vol
ume of correspondence.
Win. Blackburn received a severe blow
on the siile of Ilia head from the wire
cable at A. F. Coates' logging camp Mo i
day. He wax brought to town, anil hail
the wound sewed up by Dr. Smits, and
was ablo to go to his home, at Oakville,
Tuesday, where he will remain while re
covering from the effects of the blow.
The infant son of John Lindstrom died
last Fiiday, and was buried Saturday.
While the steamer Thistle was taking
the funeral to the cemetery it was crowd
ed ashore by a raft of logs and went
agioun I. The funeral party was set
ashore and had to walk home, again
showing the necessity for a wagon ro.id
to the burial ground.
Friday, June loth, will le observed as
Flower Mission Day by the ladies of the
Aberdeen W. C. T. IT. Donations of
flowers will be thankfully received, and
can be left at Mrs Myers' residence,
Thursday afternoon and Fiiday morning,
June 14th and 15th. Let all who have a
care for the sick and afflicted remember
that they can help this good work by
bringing in the flowers for distiibution.
The Knights of Pvthias have ordered
a very, tine lodge supoly and parapher
nalia from Cincinnati, Ohio. If all mat
ters can be arianged in time Wiskah
Lodge No. 44 K. of I*. will ba reinstated
Saturday June 23. A number have ap
plied for admittance and will be initiated
into the mysteries of the order. The
Olympia and Klnia lodges will be invited
to assist the new members to ride the
goat,
Drs. Smits and Watkins have purchased
the large residence on the northwest cor
ner of Heron street and Broadway, and
will transform the dwelling into a hos
pital. Plans for the hospital show a
building with seventeen feet frontage on
each street, with steam heating apparatus
and all modern medical and surgical ap
pliances. Work on the building will
commence as soon as the present occu
pants of the house vacate it.
The womei oi Aberdeen, especia'ly
the mothers, are earnestly requested to
attend the meeting Tuesdoy, Junj 10 at
:? p. m. at the Presbyterian church.
This is the tirst of a series of Mother's
Meetings which will bo conducted by
the Woman's Christian Temperance
I'iiion. Subject: "Our ({iris, the Future
Women of Aberdeen." Don't stay away
because VHir children lire boys, the
meeting will be equally interesting to
i-it!.er mothers of boys or girls.
A blight boy wanted to learn the
printer's trade. Apply to the Herald
office.
If the party who borrowed the ladder
from this office is quite 'through with it,
he will oblige by returning it.
A concert will be given by the Epworth
•^? u ®' directed by Misses McNittand
McDermoth, in the M. E. church, Friday
evening, June 23, The program will
appear next week.
Tlip sectional map invented by Deputy
Sheriff Hepflnger, for which he recently
received a patent, has the appearance of
becoming one of the |iopuiar educational
devices of the times, and will doubtless
return the inventor u good sum of money
for the seven years thought and labor
devoted to its production. The map in
appearance is something like a folding
checker ooard, only not so thick. When
opened the map of the United States is
found on one side and that of a single
state on the other. These maps are
formed of thin pieces of wood cut the ex
act shape of the state or count v it reprt
sents. In the map of the United States
each state is made of a separate piece,
nud.in the inapof a state each county is
similarity formed. A pin hole in each
piece shows the location of the state capi
tals and county seats. The puzzle con
sists ol forming the maps out of the piece*,
and the amount of geographical knowl
edge absorbed by children while solving
the interesting puzzle is surprising. Mr.
Hepflnger is arranging with eastern pa.-
ties for the manufacture of the nups in
large numbers, although they will not be
placed on the market until the figures ol
the present census are obtainable, as he
intends to place the population on each
state and county. They will probably
ba on the market in time for the next
holiday season.
CELEBRATION OF THE FOURTH
Hon. J. T. Itonaltl, Kx* Mayor of S<>nttl<>,
Orator—ltnllon Ascension ANSiired—
Nearly ftpIOOO in Irize*—Program
will lie Completed Tonight.
Arran.omenls for the celebration of
fie Fourth of July are nearly completed
a ill the committee* exjieet to complete
the program at their meeting this even-
i nt?. Hon. .1. T. HonaM, of Seattle has
a'ceptedthe invitation t> deliver the
o ation, and the contract has been signed
with I. usee lies, the famous aeronaut, for
tlij ballon ascension, lie makes an as-
Citision at Seattle on the morning of the
31 and will ariivc in Aberdeen that
evening to ascend on the Fourth. Las
c dies will ascend 7,1)00 feet, from which
hei;ht he will make the parachute jump.
A magnid.-ent display of fireworks,
listed at *75 • , has been ordered, which
will be set off from Harbor Heights. It
is expected the fraternal societies, sailors
union and citizens gen rally will j <iti in
the parade. Tim line of the procession
will be handsomely decorated, as will be
the leading business houses.
The exercises will be held in the Acme
opera house, for which an entertaining
program is being prepared. So far as
the committees are concerned nothing is
being left uadone that will aid in in ik
ing this the grandest celebration ever
held on Grays Harbor.
The finance committee will collec' the
subscriptions to tiie fund next week.
When called upon, just recollect that
these are busy business iiipii who are
giving valuable time t) this affair for
nothing, and putigle with nlacrily, so
that no muie of their tim j than is ncce.-.-
sary be occupied. '
Along tliu Water Front.
The schooners Luzon and Azalea aio
loading at the West it Slade mill for
Honolulu.
The schooners C. If. Merchant and
Queen sailed from the American mill
Friday for San Flancisco.
The schooner Emma Utter arrived at
the West & Slade mill Saturday, and is
loading for San Francisco.
The schooner Volante arrived at the
Aberdeen 1,. & S. mill Friday, where she
is loading for San Francisco.
The steamer Newburg arrived in port
Sa'urday and sailed Tuesday for San
Francisco with a cargo of lumber from
the Anderson A Middleton mill.
Ten MghU In a Mar lloom.
The great moral, instructive and re
ligious drama, "Ten Nights in a Bar
Room," comes to Aberdeen, Friday,
June 15, with the strongest and best
equiped company ever seen in this
great drama of humanity, in the west.
Mr. J. 11. Morrison, the manager of this
production, has spared neither pains or
expense in selecting the cast of his com
pany and has a number of the best spec
ialty people seen on the coast this season,
among them being the DiGosra brothers'
elee'ro musical specialties and Mr.
Frank Montrose, vocalist and dancer.
The scenery used in this production is
from the brush of Mr. Sheridan Jenkins.
At the Acme opera house, June 15.
The ltn|ilUt Auoclatlun li Coining.
The Puget Sound Baptist Association
convenes with the First Baptist church
of Aberdeen next Tuesday morning at
9 o'clock. An interesting and helpful
program is out, covering three days'
session. Special interest gathers round
the 11 o'clock service Tuesday morning,
the annual sermon by J. Lewis Smith,
D. D., of Tacoma, and the evening ser
vices, beginning at 7 ;50 and continuing
until 0 o'clock. To all services the pub
lic is invited. W. 11. Gibson, Pastor.
Special Notice.
Being desirous of getting up a hand
some collection of photos, we have de
cided that there is nothing to equal baby
pictures. So beginning with Monday,
Junj 4th to 7th inclusive, we will make
FRKK for every baby brought to our
studio, one line" cabinet photo.
M'ukriwethkr & Dixgmax,
Aberdeen, Wash.
r m - —-5j
TO OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS. '
Special Announcement
We take pleasnre to inform yon that we mow carry in stout
™ JULIA MARLOWE
Original in Design. Ck npc at \A y
Attractive in JliUtJo, dllU =^~~~ r ~
Appearance and fivfntrHc Elastic Goring
Perfect in Fit:. VMIOFQS Over Instep.
JEFF'S SHOE STOKE,
' COMMERCIAL BLOCK. 4
Mi
Men's Clothin Q Clothing made
and there is
• . 1 rj | much careless-
Wit 1 Character ness in the
Lllu,ullu making. We
handle clothing
' that is rightly made.
GEO. FISHER, ££...
Don't Throw
Good Money Away
Q' * # '
03>T GBOCEH/IES
When yon ran buy fresh, pure, high-gradi- goods of us
at. the same prices yon pay for infeiinr stuff
WHITE SPRAY FIOUR-1 'atent Process, i'.lue Stein Wheat.
ABERDEEN GROCERY COMPANY.
!I*M »«01t0 ,T«tt>W A • — i
Palace
Restaurant.
Hrrok St., one door below K St.
1 XUItAM Si CO., Prop*.
Fresh Oysters and
Game in Season.
The Best Coffee in Town.
Aberdeen Fish Market
All kinds of Shell and
Scale Fisli, Poultry and
Pickled Meats always
on hand. Lowest prices.
MICHAEL FINN, Prop'r.
F street, south of Heron.
PROMPTNESS AND CARE
Is what we pride ourselves on.
Livery \ Transfer
PIANO AND SAFE MOVING.
First-Class Liv<ry riics t-n short notice.
WOO!) AND COAL.
O. L. CRAIN,
Tel. 193.
Or. F and Hume Sts., Aberdeen.
j Thomas R. Haykn, Hakiiy a. Have-
Bellefunte, Penu.
Hayes & Hayes.
BANKERS,
ABERDEEN. WASH.
j Transact a general banking luitiinesa.
I Foreign and domestic exchange bought
| and Bold.
Taxes paid tor non-reßi^cuis.
Always ready to discount
good local mill paper.
! OFFICE HOURS:—-Open at 9 o'clock; clow
E. m. Saturday« close at 2p. in., opening <rxe
our in the evening, from 7 to s
O. H. PEARSON,
I,ock Box 51, ELM A, WASH.
j Electrician an<l Eleetric.il
Contractor.
I Houses Wired tor Electricity
I Bell and Annunciator Wo rfc
| Electric Supplies kept constantly on
: hand. Write lor prices and Estimate*.
To the Dcnf.
A rich lady, mired of her Deafness *jvl
Noiwes in the Head by Pr. Nicholson'*
Artificial Kar PruuiH, gave to bia
Institute no that deal' people uuaole fa
procure the Kar Dunns mav have tlic.ii>
free. Addicts No. lj-liij The N.c;i«jl<
fiiHtit'ite, Kiglith Avuiuie, Net
York.

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