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Of our Ladies* Tailor-Made Suits, Capes, Jackets, Silk Waists and Skirts. y y CONSISTING OF Mohair, Broadcloth, Coverts and Serges in all the LATEST STYLES and CQLQRS SEE WINDOW FOR PRICES. Every GARMENT in the Store Re duced in Prices. We have just received a full line of Men's Silk and Madras bosom Golf Shirts in pretty stripes and colors, which you can save Twenty per cent, by buying of us. N. G, KAUFMAN 96 and 88 Heron Street, Aberdeen. Aberdeen's Greatest Store. BRIEF MENTION. Smoke Leland Stanford cigars at Bas sett's. 41 Heron street. Clyde B. Weather wax left yesterday for California, on business. If your socks are not worth a darn, try ours. Fogel & Gross. Chas. B. VVinton has opened a barber shop in the Aberdeen hotel. Mrs. Fred Miner entertained the Re view Club Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. W. B. Mack visited Mrs. Judge Irwin at Montesano yesterday. Perry B. Lawrence, formerly of this city, is seriously ill at Tacoma. Mrs. Samuel Benn entertained the Rustler sisters Friday afternoon. Born—On Friday, June 21,1901, to the wife of H. A. Hardcastle, a son. A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Nixon on Friday, June 21. Miss Norah Bowman went to Montes ano this morning to visit friends. Timber lands bought and sold at Pauli & Blade's Real Estate office Heron St. Miss Lulu Magill returned Saturday from a visit of two months iu California. Smoke John Brown 5c cigar at Bas sett's new cigar store. 41 Heron street. Miss Minnie Richau is home from the Oberlin, Ohio, college to spend the vaca tion. The firemen are practicing every even ing for the hose contest on the Fourth of July. Bargain Menu—Soft boiled shirts, a la negligee, served without cuffs. Fogel & Gross. A. H. Marsh left, this morning, on a business trip to the Bellingham Bay cities. K. Zelasko went to Portland, Sunday, to purchase stock for his new furniture store. Miss Ina Weatherwax left yesterday for Chicago, to enter the University of that city. Telephone 41 to have your baggage or trunks delivered promptiy to any part of the city, Homesteads and timber claims located j by Pbdli & Blade Real Estate office, Heron St. Call for ballots for the gold coin con test when you pay your bills at the Herald office. H. A. Weill left Monday for South Bend, to take a position on the South Bend Journal. Our summer underwear is so pretty you will want to wear it on the outside. Fogel & Gross. Mrs. John Ferry and Miss Ada Parr returned from an outing at Cobaaaett beach, Tuesday. John O. Wilson has been appointed postmaster of Cosmopolis, vice 11. L. Sauers, resigned. J. A. Taft arrived from Tillamook, Oregon, Friday, on a visit with his old Aberdeen friends. Edwin Sharp was in town Friday, rep resenting the Puget Sound and West Coast Lumberman. Geo. L. Hilton and Daniel McCloskey went to Olympia on business, Tuesday, returning yesterday. The llkkald acdnowledges the receipt of a season ticket from the Hoquiam Athletic Association. Born—On Wednesday, June 10, to Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Hunt, a ten and one half pound daughter. Just Opbnhi>—Bassett's cigar store. Full lino of imported and domestic cigars. 41 Heron street. The lecture by Rev. C. H. Vail, on "Modern Socialism," at the Acme opera house tonight, is free to all. James Mounceer, the well known farm er of Satsop, accompanied by his daugh ter, was in the city Friday. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Green left Tuesday for Long Beach, Pacific county, where they will spend the summer, Mrs. John Damitio, of Elma came down Sunday to visit relatives in Aberdeen, and returned home yesterday. Geo. Shelley made his regular visit to the local grocers during the week, and spent Sundav with his brothers. John O'Hare lias received a fine gold watch, as a prize in the annual drawing of the Sen Francisco Examiner. Wynooche postoffice has been discon tinued, the people of that burg now getting their mail at Montesano. The assessed value of the personal property for this year shows an increase of $150,675 over the previous year. Mrs. Nellie Graham has sold the "Grey" lodging house to Mrs. M. M. Bacon, and will soon engage in other business. Prof. Swanton will begin a term of dancing school for children on Thursday, July 11, at 2 p m. in Firemen's hall. The board of Barber Commissioners has appointed W. L. Lutes to attend to the business of the board in Aberdeen Mrs. C. A. Butler, who had been at; the Aberdeen General Hospital for treat ment, returned to her home, at Porter, Sunday. Arrangements are being perfected for the greatest program of sports ever before attempted on the harbor, for the Fourth of July. He who siteth upon a red hot stove shall rise again; But he that siteth upon our ■ iSfn/ sticky fly paper we can not vouch for. Todd's Pharmacy 'PHONE 86. ABERDEEN. Since the promotion of Col. Fox to the command of First Regt. W. N. G., Aber deen has been made regimental head quarters. C. P. L. Roberts and Mrs. Wm.Dutcher attended the slate convention of the American Yeomen, at Centralia, during the week. Rev. Father Met* went to Chehalis, Friday, to attend the commencement exercises at the Sisters Academy, return ing Monday. Wm. 0. Crosby, of Seattle, erected a handsome monument on the grave of the late John C. Bowes, in Fern Hill ceme tery, Friday. Mrs. Nellie Graham went to Seattle, Friday, to complete the sale of some land in that city that she has owned for the past ten years. List your property with us, we have special facilities for quick returns. Pauli & Blade Real Estate office, corner of F and Heron streets. Special attention given to non-resi dents' property, selling or renting, taxes paid, charges reasonable. Pauliit Blade Real Estate office. • E. 1.. Koehler has his store lighted with a new gasoline gas system, the gas oline being kept out of doors and forced through pipes by an air pump. Merchants, mill owners, loggers, etc., help furnished on short notice. Star Employment office Heron St. over Cook's, telephone 711. Mrs. Wm. Dutcher was elected treas urer of the grand council of the Brother hood of American Yeomen, at the Centralia convention of the order. If you nr.» looking for a situation regis ter your namo with the Star Employ ment office, telephone 711, Heron St. over Cook's hardware store. SMOKE "SELECT" AND "THINK OP ME" CIGARS. THEY ARE MANUFACTURED BY HOME LABOR. The proposed extension of the time for the piano contest has been abandoned, and the contest will close, and the award made to the winner on July 15. The boilers and engine for the brewery arrived Monday, and are befn« put in position, and work on the buildings is beiug poshed along as rapidly as possible. Expert accountant, partnership settle* ments. monthly balances, new books opened, etc. by Pauli <& Blade's Real Estate office, corner F and Heron streets. Geo. M. Cornwall, publisher of the Columbia Biver and Orqgon Timberman, is in the city, in the interest of his paper. The Hebald acknowledges a pleasant call. School Clerk Crandell has completed the school census, and found 1,036 cbil dien of school age. The census last year was 872, leaving the gain for the year, 164. A lady's straw hat was found on Wish kah street the other dav. The owner can have it by calling at the French laundry, and paying for this advertise* ment. List with us any kind of business for sale; come and see us for anything you want.we will get it for you. Pauli & Blade Real Estate office Heron & F streets. Henry Barker, of Oakville, one of the pioneer settlers of the eastern part of the county, was brought down to St. Joseph's hospital Tuesday, suffering from Bright's disease. H. L. Sauers, for many years a resi dent, and postmaster, of Cosmopolis, now a merchant of Qoldendale, Klickitat county, visited old friends in Aberdeen yesterday. The launching of the new schooner El Dorado at the Cousins & McWhinney ship yard, Saturday afternoon was entire ly successful, and was witnessed by a large crowd. All ballots in the gold coin contest must be voted on or before July 25, on which date Jhey will be counted. Ballots issued after July 25 will be dated, so as to distinguish them. At a meeting of the school board Satur day evening, a contract for 80 cords of wood was let to Wm. Dutcher, and it was decided to prepare the upper floor of the East Aberdeen school for class rooms. The steamer Ranger will make an ex cursion to North Beach next Bunda.v, leaving Aberdeen at 7:30 and Hoquiam at 8 o'clock a. m. Returning, leave Oyehnt at sp. m. Fare for the round trip, *1. Wishkah Lodge No. 44, Knights of I Pythias held annual' memorial services in the M. E. church Sunday afternoon. ' The uniform rank marched in public for the first time, and presented a very creditable appearance. About 60 mem bers of the order were in line, and took part in the interestihg exercises of the order at the church. The memorial ad dress, by Rev. H. D. Crawford, was elo quently delivered, and attentively re ceived. Prof. H. I. Karsbner, principal of one of the Puyallup schools, arrived in town last Thursday, to visit liis mother, and took the steamer Newburg, Saturday, for San Francisco, where he went to attend Berkley college. Hon. J. W. Fordney, member of con gress from Saginaw, Michigan, who has large land interests on Grays Harbor, arrived in the city Sunday, and will re main until after the visit of the river and harbor committee. The postoffice had a narrow escape from fire Sunday afternoon. Some waste paper under the sidewalk became ignited, probably by a discarded cigar, and was burning in good shape when discovered and extinguished. The Olympic Ice Co. commenced busi ness in Aberdeen Monday, with its ice house and office at the A>>erdeen Soda Works, and a wagon to deliver ice to any part of the city when wanted. See their adv in another column. John Smith was brought up from Ocosta yesterday morning, and taken to the Aberdeen General Hospital, with a broken thigh, received by being struck with a wire cable while working in a logging camp near Ocoata. James Peterson, aged 32 years, died at his late residence in this city, Friday night, of a complication of pneumonia and measles, letviny a wife and three small children. The funeral took place Sunday. Services were held at the Swedish Mission church, llev. Peterson officiating. ABERDEEN HERALD Mr. and Mrs. D. P. Blue had a house warming in their new dwelling, recently erected by them, on West Hume street. Quite a number of friends were present, and passed a most enjoyable evening. Dancing was indulged in, and refresh ments served. Postmaster Bell received notice from the department, Monday, that his offiee had been advanced to the second class, and that after July 1, his salary would be $2,200 a year. Notice of the establish ment of the free delivery system is ex pected shortly. Mr. Hiram Gibbler, of this city, and Mrs. Nancy Daugheabaugh, recently from Freeport, Ills., were united in mar riage at the Windior hotel, Rev. H. D. Crawford officiating, Tuesday evening. After the ceremony a number of friends and the happy couple sat down to a wed* ding supper, and passed a most pleasant evening. The case of A. J. Anderson vs. City of Aberdeen, involving the validity of the contract made by the city council with A. J. Stewart, was heard by Judge Irwin, in the superior court, Tuesday and Wed nesday. The testimony was all in, and part of the argument made yesterday afternoon, when the matter was con tinued until tomorrow. The following marriage licenses were issued by Auditor Martin during the week: Guy E. Huddleston, ofSigourney, lowa, and Miss Myrtle Rhodes, of West port, Wash.; William J. Hoyne and Miss Alice L. Decius, both of Cosmopolis; M. A. Soule and Mrs. C. A. Malone, both of Porter; Hiram Gibler, of Aberdeen, and Mrs. Nancy Daughenbaugb, of Illinois. At the meeting of Quinault Tribe No. 14,1. O. R. M., last evening, a resolution waß adopted eulogizing Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Yana, of Westport, for the artistic decoration of the hall, and other arrange ments, on the occasion of their ball last Saturday night. Alex Dougan, the famous caterer, was also most kindly remembered, and the thanks of the lodge voted to all of the parties named, for their efforts to make the ball a pleasant success. Court King of the Forest, Foresters of America, of Cosmopolis, will give an excursion and grand ball at Westport next Saturday evening and Sunday. The steamer T. C Reed will carry the excursionists, leaving as fol lows: Saturday evening, Cosmopolis, 7:00, Aberdeen, 7:30, Hoquiam, 8:00 o'clock. Sunday morning,. Cosmopolis, 8:00, Aberdeen, 8:30, Hoquiam, 9:00 o'clock. Fare for the round trip 50 cents. Ball licket 55 cents. A stranger, who had only worked a couple of days in the Oakville saw mill, had some fingers mashed Tuesday, and, while the doctor was preparing to ampu tate them, fell over dead. Dr. Smits, as coroner, went up yesterday and held an inquest. An autopsy showed the cause of death to have been heart failure. The deceased was about 6 feet in height, weighed about 165 lbs. and had blue gray eyes. Who he was, or where he came from is entirely unknown. He was of Irish extraction, and his name was supposed to have been Sullivan. The camps of County Wood men of the World, having been caught in the great wave of enthusiasm which ift sweeping the Pacific jurisdiction and realizing that it will be impossible to take 111 candidates to Tacoma Aug. 24 have decided to hold a grand reunion at Hoquiam on Aug. 10 and initiate a class of 111 candidates on that date, so as to give all the neighbors and families a grand good time, even though they can not enjoy the great event at Tacoma. Committees have been appointed and fri m now on the mystic woid will be 111 of the 909 class which will be fur nished oy Hoquiam, Cosmopolis and Aberdeen camps. % pound jar Vaseline With polished screw top. An ex tra fine quality of Petroleum Jelly or Vaselfne-an extra large amount and an extra cheap pound jar» 10 CIS. A valuable remedy for scalds, burns, wounds and skin diseases. When taken internally will cure coughs, colds and sore throat. As a toilet article it is appreciated by all. Good for chapped or rough skin and sunburn-softening.sooth ing and healing. SMITS DRUG CO. 30 Heron St. Telephone 611. Aberdeen, - Wash. Dr. Reid's ... ...Cushion SHOE! A Boon to Tender Feet 8 > It's a CURIOUS Fact that NINE-TENTHS of the PEOPLE of This Country Suffer With SORE Feet. The Cushion Shoe for Relief. AT Jeff's - Shoe - Store 188 and 188 Commercial Block Corner Market and G Sts. Aberdeen, Wash. LATEST GOODS LOWEST PRICES NEW BTOCK OF CLOTHING, BOUTS, SHOES, Ladies' and Gent's Furnishing Goods. We invite inspection of these goods and comparison of prices, El» IV ttlU Southwest corner Wishkah and F streets, Aberdeen. for Men, ami Children, for oM3ent'i» Furnish -16 Heron Street, Aberdeen, Wuh. One Satisfaction of buying here is that when you get Grocery Bargains you have the comfortable certainty that you are not getting bargain groceries. We sell nothing but the choicest eatables. All varieties of Fruits in season. Aberdeen Grocery Co. "IF YOU DON'T KNOW JIM FULLER, YOU OUGHT TO" "HE SELLS THE KIND OF FURNISHINGS GENTLEMEN WEAR." 40 HERON ST. KOEHLER BLK. a 111 CBLNUfI ICE NAM Will cut your ice in solid blocks to fit your refrigerator, and put it in for you, thus saving labor, waste of ice and trouble. Our service is always obliging, our ice is superior in quality, and pure and free from foreign sub stances, and the best ice that ■ can be procured. Let us supply f you. Ulnar up and . Olympic Ice Go. Ice House and Office, - - Aberdeen TV<?! L Sff HARDWARE STOVES, RANGES, PAINTS AND OILS, Housekeeping Utensils, Plumbing Promptly attended to. OUR PRICES WILL NOT FRIGHTEN YOU. Hardware Store... W. F. ENTROP North side of Heron Street, between G and H Sts., Aberdeen.