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Dutch Auction, at Jeff's. On in will ww your wood. Telephone 103 for express or livery rivr. Editor Sullivan of the Bulletin is on the sick list. Daniel (Sillies hail business at Monte sano, Tuesday. Mrs. K. A. Suemnicht is visiting her parents in Olympia. Charles Drake is now salesman in X. G. Kaufman's store. Mrs. Chas. Sailers visited friends in Montesano this week. A daughter was born t<> Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Garrai>ee, Friday. The railroad depot at Montesano was burglarized Monday night. Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Coates visited friends in Seattle, Sunday. County Treasurer Wilson had business in Aberdeen last Thursday night. I'. F. Clark was among the Aberdeen visitors to the county seat Saturday. W. A. Freeburger, a Montesano drug gist, had business in town Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. R.* Pratseh re turned from the east Friday evening. Attorney T.. B. Bignold was down from Montesano 011 legal business Monday. Mrs. 11. P. Crites lias returned from u visit to her mother, in Mason county. W. [•', Crawford, of Hoquiam, made this office a pleasant call this morning. Chehalis coiintv townshipjplats 75 ets. E.G. Hunt.couniy surveyor, Montesano. G. M. I'owell, of Neusliknh, has finely improved farm land for sale on long time. Contracfor»l. W. Mason lias made a good start 011 thegplanking of Heron street. The call for the peoples party county convention will be found in another column. Mrs. Thos. Moulton and children went toCohassett yesterday, for an outing by the sea. Telephone 41 to have your baggage or trunks delivered promptly to any part of the city. Mrs. J. 11. McGillicuddv is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Fitzpatriek, at Elnm. County Cornniissioner Carson came down from Montesano, Friday evening, on business. IT. C. Minkler, a prominent farmer of Monte: ano, visited Aberdeen friends over Sunday. Miss Hattie Watson'and .Mi>s Kennoy, of Olvnipia, visited Mrs. !■'. A. Suemnicht over Sunday. If you have never tried the < irays Har bor Steam Laundry, do so and be assured of satisfaction. Milton Richardson and A.S. Ilodgdon, of Hoquiam, were pleasant callers at this office last Thursday. M. Espedal lost part of a finger by get ting it caught in the trimmer -aw in the American mill Monday. Geo. M. Tew, of Matlock, Supt. of the P. S. & G. 11. Ry. Co., visited relatives in Aberdeen last night. A young team of draught horses, weigh .°,2w011,5., l'or sale. Inquire of Kriis & Kiii:ki'in(i, Hoquiam, Wash. Prof. W. M. Karshner returned to Puyallup last Thursday after a week's visit to relatives in Aberdeen. Mrs. Emma MeCall and .Miss Nellie Lowrv went to Tacoma today for a short visit with friends in that city. N. Nelson has put a 4000-11). steam hammer in his blacksmith and machine shop, that is a great labor-saver. E. L. Wade came down from Monte sano to address the republican club last night, and met with a slim audience. Mrs. Elizabeth McGregor arrived from Astoria, Saturday evening, and is visit ing her daughter, Mrs. James Stewart. Edmund Croft was up from Markham Tuesday. Mr. Croft says the cut worms are making havoc of the crops on Johns river. Wasted —A family to run a modern dairy farm; good layout to the right party. Applv to G. M." Powell, Aberdeen, Wash. Mrs. Geo. A. Day and daughter re cently arrived from lowa to visit their uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. A. Todd. A. M. Collins knocked a piece off the bone of the right foreleg with a hammer while working at Cousin's shipyard Sat urday. Daniel Crites and 11. 1.. Drake have purchased the merry-go-round from .Mr. Dilberger, and will move it to lloquiam next week. A grand democratic rally is being planned to take effect at Elma on the evening of August 18, after the county convention. Bennett Cooksley came down from A. F. Coates' camp Tuesday with a badly lacerated hand, received while working in the camp. Creech Bros, have put in a pile founda tion for a building on Chas. Pincknev's lot, on F street between Wishkah and Market streets. "Uncle" George Weatherwax, accom panied by a ytwty of friends, started Tuesday for his ranch on the up|>er Wynooche river. Hon. J. W. Fordney, a Michigan con gressman and a large owner of timber lands in this county, was in the city during the week. Lciteh & Bryden are loading the first cargoes from their new mill at South Aberdeen, the schooners Abbie and Guide arriving Sunday. Mrs. Robt. Campbell and children ar rived Saturday in Aberdeen after a three years absence in Astoria, to again bo eome residents of this city. The democratic county committee met at Montesano, Saturday, and issued a call for a county convention, which will be found in another column. For best imported Belgian hares go to J. \V. Musgravc's poultry yards at Sat sop, Wash, l'rice $1.50 up, per pair, according to age and markings. Mrs. Chas. McDermoth Jr. and Miss Edna Scott, who were guests of Rev. and Mrs. Chas. McDermoth Sr. at Cohassott beach, returned to Seattle, Monday. 1 Registered creamery butter. Made j from the product of Jersey cows. I>e i LaVal separator used, l'acked in jars for familv use. Order from G. \V. l'ow -1 ell. Neusliah, Wash. The Episcopalian guild will serve ice cream, in the building formerly occupied bv Mrs. ( rammatte, corner G and Her on streets, Saturday afternoon and evening. Mrs. J. E. Ronnie, a sister of Mrs. A. D. Wood and Fred A. Hart, who has been visiting here for some time, left yestor j day to join her husband at Denver, j Colorado. Mrs. J. P. Sullivan and three children ] arrived from Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin, j Friday evening, and the editor of the j Bulletin now feels more at home in Aberdeen. W. 11. Caldwell, of Caldwell Bros., | South Bay loggers, was in town Friday. Caldwell Bros, have closed down their ; camp, owing to the drop in the price of i cedar logs. Police Judge Arnold fined Barney Frank and (). Sederberg .$5.00 and costs I each, and Belle Noska $7.20 and costs, I for an overindulgence in the flowing ; bowl, Saturday. ' Beit ICeitli has sold his barber shop to ' Rice & McGrath, who have moved up | from Hoqiiiani. Mr. Keith will take a ] well-earned rest, and will leave for a visit j to his old home in Maine in a few weeks. (). H.Pearson, the l'lma electrician, ■ was mi the Harbor last week looking up ! a telephone line, to run from Iloipiiam to the new camp of C. 10. Burrows & Co. 'on Big creek, \ia Merrill's camp, and 1 London. The line will put the logging ! camps in direct communication with the mills and outside world. inFOßn* Drills, Toilet Articles, Druggist's Sundries, Cigars, Stationery ...and... House as well as Face Paints, ...go t0... TODD'S PHARMACY. WORK A SPECIALTY. ! Dr. li. C. Corny left yesterday morn * iiiLr for a tour of the Pacific Coast states, Ito introduce a medicine discovered by i him and I)r. (1. Kinnison, the use of ! which renders the extraction of teeth j absolutely painless. i Mrs. F. R. Wall, who has been visiting j Mrs. H. A. Hayes, left this morning for i Portland, on her way to her home in San Francisco, where Mr. Wall, a former ! editor of the Herald, is now practicing law. Zelasko & Moult on carry the most complete stock of furniture, carpets and house furnishing goods on the Harbor. Buying in large quantities for cash en ables them to sell at prices that defy competition. Examine their stock and prices before buying. Mrs. J. J. Carney and children and Mrs. J. W. Carey and daughter, Miss Edith, went to Cohassett beach yester day to remain a month. Mrs. Carey was accompanied by her neice, Mrs. Older, of Portland. It is said that there are three kinds of people ill the world, the wills, the won'ts land the can't*. The first accomplish I everything, the second oppose everything anil the third fail in everything.—Adver tising Experience. Democratic caucuses will be held Sat urday, August 11, to elect delegates to j the county convention at Klma on the 118 th. Notice of the place and hour will I Ihj published by the committeemen of I the different precincts. The favorite whisky of famous men is HARPER. Be iause of its smooth, ex quisite flavor; because of its matchless purity; because of its mellow age. No I wonder its the favorite. Every drop ! sterling. HARPER WHISKY. Sold by i 1.. W. \Vai,kek and O. C. Vammen, Aber* : dven, Wash. i Drs. Scamell & Overmeyer have dis ' solved partnership, the one oflice having I become insufficient to accommodate their ; practice. Dr. Overmeyer retains the old I office, over Gabrielson & Holmer's store, ! while Dr. Scamell lias taken the offices 1 vacated by Dr. Corey, on the corner of G and Heron streets. ftMUKE * SELECT" AND "TlilMi OF ME" CIGARS. HIE* AHE JIANUFACTUREI) BY iIO3!E LAB ).l C. E. Burrows & Co. are opening up a logging works on Big creek, near the Humptulips river, where they have se cured 3000 acres of timber land, which they will operate on a large scale as soon as it is opened up. The peoples party county central com mittee met in Aberdeen, Saturday, and issued a call for a county convention to meet at Costnopolis at 11 o'clock a. in., Monday, August 20, to elect 12 delegates to the state convention at Seattle on August 27. I lenrv Peterson Aggie and Miss Theresa Margarett Strand were married at the home of Mr. Aggie's parents in Aber deen last evening, Rev. W. 11. Gibson officiating. The young couple have been long residents of Aberdeen and will make their home on Market street. Brigadier and Mrs. Marshall, chief divisional officers of the Northern Pacific division, will conduct a series of special meetings at the Salvation Army ! Saturday, Sunday and Monday, 4th, sth and Otli. Meetings as follows: Satur day evening at 8 o'clock, Welcome meet ing ; icecream and cake after meeting. On Sunday at 11 a. in., 3 p. in. and 8 p. ni., the Brigadier will give an ad dress in the Baptist church ; Monday evening at 8 o'clock, Hallelujah wind-up. Justice Andrews' court was occupied Saturday in hearing a charge of stealing a yearling bull, preferred by Joseph Clyde against N. Sorenson, a Queets rancher. It appeared that a year ago Sorenson left the bull, then a calf, at New London. When passing the Humptulips recently he recognized the animal and drove him home. Clyde alleged he had bought the yearling from the person with whom Sorenson had left it. After hear ing the evidence Judge Andrews dis missed the case, and the county will have to settle a hill of costs much larger than the value of the animal in question. While stepping aboard the schooner A. I 15. Johnson from a lumber truck, at the | Wilson mill wharf la--t Thursday, Martin ! Benson fell into the river, between the vessel and the wharf, and was drowned. He was seen fall in, and the crew tried to rescue him, but he apparently struck ! his head against the vessel or a pile, and j was so stunned as to become helpless. \ lie was seen to rise but once, when he | sunk to the bottom before aid could reach I him. The unfortunate man was a native : of Sweden, 37 years of age, and had only shipped two days before. The body was found not far from where he was drown ed, Monday. Judge Arnold, acting cor oner, decided an inquest was not neces- I sary, and the remains were buried by Beardsley Bros. Tuesday morning. i T. F. McHugli in in the city in the in terest of the Tacoma News and Hearst's Chicago American. Ilarry Donaldson had the bones of his right ankle broken by a falling timber while loading a schooner at the Wilson mill Friday afternoon. Alone the Water Front. The schooner Henry Wilson sailed from the Wilson mill Sunday for Honolulu. The schooner Occidental arrived at the Wilson mill Sunday to load for San Franeiseo. The barkentine Gardiner City arrived at-the American mill Sunday to load for San Francisco. The schooner Volante sailed from the Aberdeen L. & S. Co. mill, for San Francisco, Sunday. The schooner Eureka sailed from the Anderson <& Middle ton mill Saturday for the Hawaiian Islands. The schooner Antelope arrived in port from Nome, Alaska, Tuesday, and is loading lumber at the Aberdeen L. & S. Co. mill for San Francisco. The steamer Coquille River arrived at the Aberdeen L. & S. Co. mill yesterday, and is loading for San Pedro. The A. li. Johnson sailed on her maid en trip Sunday, taking lumber from the Wilson mill for San Francisco. The schooners Guide ami Abbie ar rived at the Leitch & Bryden mill Sun day, to load for Sun Francisco. Advertised Letters. Following letters remain uncalled for in the Aberdeen postoflice for the week ending July 29,1900. Uurch, Mrs. Burch, Mrs. W. C. Beliery, Prof. A. Beeh, George Brines, Virgil Ball, fe'aimul Cathin, Jay E. Coonibs, H. Erikson, Mrs. J. Jackson, E. C. Jackson, Rose Johnston, Mrs. R. Logestien, John Noice, Mrs. Frankie Van De Bosh, I). K. Vester, Carl E. Wilson, J. H. Persons calling for these letters will please say "Advertised." Ciias. R. BKLL, I'. M. City Council. At thecouncil meeting, Saturday night, Win. Auntie acted mayor in the absence «f Mayor Stoekwell. The clerk was instructed to enter into contract with I. VV. Mason for improve ment of Heron and K sts. and Michigan ave., and to return Mr. Mason's,eheck. The order to set grade stakes on D and Essex sts. was recinded. R. 8. Jackson was engaged to set grade stakes on Heron st. The street committee recommended the acceptance of the improvement of Hume, II and River sts. The work was accepted, and the commissioner instruct ed to prepare assessment roll. The report of the water supt. was re ferred back for amendment. It was decided to put in temporary electric lights during the repair of the Heron st. bridge, so as to permit the work to go on at night. The water supt. was granted another week in which to investigate the matter of water rent at the hospital. Request «>f K. C. Wheeler for water to his new dwelling in Cottage addition was denied, as the streets in that addition are not yet dedicated. J. W. Hastings was appointed night watch, vice Win. Anstie, resigned. i Ninemire & Morgan declined to accept the ordinance granting right to lay water pipe to packing houses, and suggested some changes. Another ordinance in conformity with the wishes of Ninemire & Morgan was introduced and passed to its first reading, and was referred to the attorney. The matter of street lights was brought up by Fred A. Hart, and was referred to | the P. F. & L. committee. R. 8. Jackson was engaged to survey and make a profile of the streets in the I'. L. Co. addition, and that portion of France's add. lying northwest of Terrace | ave., anil Third st. bet. II and K sts. ; The street committee was instructed i to till the slough on Hume st. bet. F ! and (} sts. ; Ordinances for improvement of alley j in blks. i! 7 and 42, and sidewalks oil F i st. were referred to the attorney, i M. R. Sherwood was elected couneil ! man, vice J. M. Haekett. Tlmt lla«e llnll Unme. The fine weather Sunday was (because ci( a great croud going to Vestport to witness the hall game between the Aber deen heavy and lightweights. The steamers T. C. Iteed and Montesano, tow ing a large scow, were necessary to handle the travel. The boats were somewhat late in reach ing West port, and the game did not start until 2 o'clock. A part of this delay is attributed, by the fat men, to the length of time consumed by the lean chaps in an effort t<i increase their avoirdupois at a Westport dinner. Although but four innings were played, more fun was crowded into them than is often witnessed in four full games of nine innings each, and the game was well contested through out. the score standing 10 to 7 in favor of the l.cans. The batteries were: For the Pats, Ed |)olan and Jim liowes; Leans, Clarence Mason and Whitey McNeil. Dolan put 7 out on strikes, and Mason 4. Home runs were made by Bowes, Willev, Fife and Doyle. The Fats are inclined to at tribute their failure to Umpire Maley, whose decisions, they say, were biased by a fellow feeling for the Leans, and were very rank. They blame him for al lowing Nick Larson to take a double bitted axe with him to the center field, and for numerous other offenses of com mission and omission. In fact, to hear the Fats talk, one would be led to believe it was the umpire, not the Leans, who beat them. On the other hand, the Leans say the Fats were beat simply because they can't play ball, and the umpire was all right. Death of Mri. S. H. Smith Sr. Mrs. Elizabeth Jane Smith, wife of S. H. Smith Sr., died Tuesday at the home of her daughter, Mrs. J. D. Morehead, after several months illness, aged 60 years, 3 months and 11 days. The funeral took place yesterday afternoon, services being held in the Methodist church. The remains were followed to the cemetery bv a large number of friends of the family. The deceased was a pioneer of Chehalis county, the family coming here in 1881, when they settled on a ranch on the Wishkah river, where they still reside. She left her husband, three sons and four daughters, all residents of Chehalis county, to mourn her loss. Etllson'a Prnjectoncope. A truly marvelous, beautiful, thrilling, exciting and wonderful exhibition. Ed ison's new $10,000 lirojectusc-ope will be ut the Acme opera house, Saturday and Sunday, August 4 and 5, and every even ing next week. These exhibitions will lie under the auspices of the Aberdeen Citizen's band, and will be given to aid the band in procuring new instruments. There will lie a complete change of views each evening. Admission 13 and 25 cts. 'the Merry Go-llouml. Much interest is being aroused by the contest at the merry-go-round to see who is the most popular lady in Aberdeen. The winning ladv will receive the if;? - gold watch now on exhibition at Her rick's jewelry store. Today's vote stands: Miss Nellie'VVeatherwax, 1203 votes; Miss Sauers, 1100 votes; Miss Lena Everson, 9(13 votes. Reduced ltate* Emt. The Northern Pacific Railway will sell, August 21st and 22d, tickets to Chicago and return for #71.50. Tickets good to return at any time within sixty days from date of sale. J ITCH MM... To close out about 200 pairs of Ladies' Men's and Children's Shoes—odds and ends of the season's business—we have adopted the scheme of a . . . Dtjtch Auction. Until Julv 21 our price oil these goods will lie $1.75 a pair; on July 23, $1.70; July 24, .f 1.05; July 25, ifl.oo, anil then 5 cents less each succeeding dav until sold. Of course, tiie longer you wait before buying the less the shoes will cost you—lF THEY AUK NOT fcOLD before you get around. These shoes are new stock, only broken in sizes, and must he disposed of. JEFF, THE SHOER t JEFF'S CORNER, COMMERCIAL BLOCK. Men's Clothing Zt —, .. c ,r and there is • . j| much careless with Character ■ ——————- handle clothing that is rightly made. GEO. FISHER, ™ 0 e t ; !er . Don't Throw Good Money Away OUST POOR GSOCEaiES When you can buy fresh, pure, high-grade goods of us at the same price; you pay for inferior stiifl 1 WHITE SPRAY FLOUR —Patent Process, Blue Stem Wheat. ™ 1 84 . ABERDEEN GROCERY GO^PflflY. WATI RS. |yi«t» wot CO.toccw*. _ Palace Restaurant. Hehon St„ one iloor below F .St. ItOUEIIT M IWMAN, I'rop. Fresh Oysters and Game in Season. The Best Coffee in Town. Aberdeen Fish Market All kinds of Shell and Scale Fish, Poultry and Pickled Meats always on hand. Lowest prices. MICHAEL FINN, Prop'r. F street, south of Heron. Aberdeen Hotel New Management. THE BEST ACCOMODATIONS IN ABERDEEN FOR THE MONEY. WHITNEY & JONES, IWs. Rates 81 .OO a day ... ... and upwards. Thomas R. llayks, Hakhv a. llave : Bellefoute, Peun. Hayes & Hayes. BANKERS, ABERDEEN, WASH. I Transact a general banking htisineen. \ Foreign and domestic exchange hough and- sold. Taxes paid for non-iesL.cuis. Always ready to u.scount good local mill paper. ! OFFICE HOURS:—Open nt 9 o'clock; r] •itut': K.m. Saturdays closo tit ap. m., oni" i>; out our in the evening. IV .v to O. H. PEARSON, Look Box 51, EI,MA, WASH. Electrician and Electrical Contractor. Houses Wired lor Eleotricity Bell and Annunciator Work m Electric Supplies kept constantly on hand. Write for prices and Estimates. To the Deaf. A rich lady, cured of her l values* and Noises in the Head hy Dr. Nicholson's Artificial Ear Drums, gave $10,000 to bis Institute so that deal' people unaiile tq procure the Ear Drums may have them tree. Add tons No. 124G5 The Nichols Institute, 780 Eighth Avenue, New York.