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--•4 IT HE BOSTON S= Two Days Specials IBM MD IMBDM You can do "better at the IN CHEUAUS COUNTY HAPPENINGS IN ALL PARTS OF THE COUNTY. I tens of Interest Prom all'Scctions of Chehalis County, Gathered bv Aberdeen Herald Correspondents end Gleaned Prom Our County Exchanges. IIOQUIAM. Joe Bilveu, of Copalis, came tip Thurs day t() spend a few days visiting in town. 1,. I!. Brent left Thursday for Albany, Ore., to visit his relatives for a few days. 1,. Hall, Mrs. T. W. Leanord and Emil Hi.ll left Friday for their claims in the Holi district. 1' t Ilodgdun left laet week on the Jteamer Olympic tor San Jose, Calif., to spend a few weeks visiting. .Mis. McNair, o£ Elma, who has been visiting friends in our city for the past lew diys, returned home Lhursday. The concert Miss Hunter has been so lon/ nreparing, has again been postponed owing to so many other events this ween. Ilijquiam Aerie No. 250, F. O. E. were out in full force Thursday night at the initiation of 00 new candidates into Aerie No. :W3 of Montesano. Mi u s Nellie Mills, who has Vieen teach ing Or. Cox's children at Granville this winter, finished her term last week and same home Thursday. Mr. Arthur Crippen and Mattie Arnold weri quietly married at the M. K. par tonfge in Montesano Wednesday, the 26th, returning on the late train. Mrs. Olson who broke her leg Wed nesday while getting out of a wagon at New London was brought down Thurs day and taken to the Hoqniam General hospital. Beri llalbert who has been in the Ab deen General hospital having been oper ated on for trouble which he has been suffering from for some time, was brought to his home in this city Thurs day. Now that the bridge has been repaired the impiovements on the East side will be pus! Ed as fast as possible. The de lay was caused because teams could not get aeioss the draw with lumber and other material. Several complaints have lately been made to the city marshal of people riding tliei wheels on sidewalks. The marshal ha? instructed 'he members of his force to ece that the ordinance prohibiting riding on sidewalks is enforced. Roy Norlin, the well known young vioiinst oi this city, was quietly married to J iss May Morgan, Easter Sunday at the M. K. parsonage, bv the Rev. E. L. Benedict. They will make this their ijouiu. Miss -Mo.gau was foruieraily a Seattle gill. Capt. Jorgensen of the schooner Ocean ica Vance, which runs in here quite fre quently and loads with lumber for San Fraucisco and oth»r coast ports, is laid up ia il.u Tacoma hospital with a crush ed leg as a result of an accident while making the voyage up the coast from San Fraucisco. MONTESANO Mrs. Wm. Geissler and daughter went to Aberdeen Tuesday to visit friends. A. K. Wade is carrying one arm in a •ling as the result of a bad fall from a bicycle. John Beck has sold his Summit ranch 10 J. B. Bridges, who expects to go to ranching soon. SMiu Piiin h ilimnl Ladies' $1.50 and $2.09 Walking Hats at 98 cents. Misses' arid Children's Trimmed Leghorn Hats w orth up to $2.23 go at 98 cents DON'T DELAY — Remember Only Two Days The Boston Mesdames Glenn and Furnia were in Aberdeen VVedneed iy attending Odd Fellow'aanniveisary. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Uilkey, pioneer residents of this aecliou, arrived Tuesday from Ashland, Oregon, to vibit their son, Newton Gilkey. Mrs. N. E. Divilbins expects to move to Portland, where slie will run a lodging house. Her Montesano property on Sec ond street will be either sold or leased. L. H. Brewer, who has been at the bedside of his father at Mabton, returned to Hoqniam Tuesday night. He states that his lathe 1- is very ill and recovery is : very doubtful. With a capital of if 150,000 the Grays Harbor Oyster company has been in corporated with Edward C. Finch, of Aberdeen, and T. C. Soule and R. L. Philbrick, of Hi quiam. The next eighth grade examination will be held May IS and 19. Teachers having pupils to take this examination must notify the county superintendent not latter than May 13. Rev. W. O. Benedom of the M. E. church went to Aberdeen Monday where he united in marriage Mrs. Lily Lougheed of Copalis to lirie Spencer, at the home of her brother, Capt. Benham. Agent William Moore last week closed a deal for sale of Mrß. Guffin's residence in east end of town to J. A. Phillips, of Markham, who will bring his family to Montesano to get the benefit of our schools. About thirty candidates were initiated Thursday night by the Kagles. A large flock of Eagies were present from Aber deen, Hoqniam, Cosmopolis, Klma and Oakville. Refreshments were served after initiation ceremonies. "Micky" Lawson, formerly a teamster for G. L. Simmons, had Ins collar bone broken at Wedekind's camp laßt week, by a blow from a cable. Dr. Walston set the broken bone and the young man is now waiting for nature to do the rest. Chas. Annis was down from Tacoma last week filing final report in estate of his mother. While here he bought from Gordon Simmons a team, wagon and harness for use on a farm which he re cently bought between Tacoma and Puyalup. OAKVILLE. Taylor & Stewart unloaded a car load of brick Monday. W. W. Smith the Gate merchant was in town Wednesday. Jim Buzzard has moved into the Fields house on Oak street. Frank Eshom will give a dance at In dependence creek May 13. The Royal saloon closed Thursday night, the license having expired. Criss Bros., have taken the contract to haul the logs for Winston's saw mill. A. L. Clark has rented the dining room and kitchen <>f his hotel to Mr. and Mrs. E. McDonald, wh.t will have charge of the cosine in he future. Mrs. J. O. Van Winkle gave a partv at her residence Wednesday evening, which was attended by a large number of persons. Those present report a pleas ant time. Several new phones installed last week. The following named persons be ing among the number: Geo. Fields, Frank Erkson, Miss Gibson, K. J. Ston er, (residence), D. W. Bagshaw, (resi dence.) ELMA Born to Mr. and Mrs. Clias. Wakefield on Wednesday a girl. Mrs. Ed. Jones, of Aberdeen came up Tuesday to visit her parents. Miss Gertrude Comhes : = 'ionic from school suffering with the measles. ABKRUKEN HEKAI.D. MONDAY. MAY I 1005 Mrs. Geo. Brumbaugh went to Aber deen Monday for a few days visit. Mrs. Geo Watkins went to Shelton Tuesday morning for a few days visit. Miss Vera llerren, of Aberdeen was the guest of Mißn Edna Crain last week. Cbas. Wakefield and little daughter went to OakvilleTuesday for a short visit with relatives. Clark Messenger had the third finger of his right hand badly crushed at the White St.tr mill. White Star has a new inhabitant, as the stork brought a nine-pound hoy to Mr. and Mrs. J. li. O'Donnell this week. Miss Cora Watson has gone to Aber deen, where she has accepted a position as nurse in tli-i Aberdeen General hos pital. The anniversary celebrated Wednes day night given by Rlma Lodge No. 47, I. O. O. F., wus as appropriate as it was enjovable Charley McDonald was in town Sun day visiting his family. Mr. McDonald will move 1 is family to Aberdeen after school closes. Tuesday evening while the Volunteer Fire Department was practicing, F. L. Lewis slipped, while trying to unwind ttie hose from the cart, spraining his ankle quite badly. Mrs, O'Neil, of Aberdeen, acted at) organist at the Catholic church for their Easter services* .Sunday. She waa the gueet of Mrs. Joe 1-eybold Jr. A. Ilaskins, while clearing up his land near Rayville, had the misfortune to get his fingeis tangled tip with a block ano line, badly mashing three of them. John C mbes met with a very painful accident while playing hall Tuesday evening, as lie was trying to catch a ball he was rnn against hy McKinney, break ing hie collar bone. An Open Letter. Fiom the Chapin, S. C. News: Early in the spring niv wife and I were taken with diarrhoea and so severe were the pains tnat we called a physician who prescribed for us, hut his medicines fail ed to give anv relief. A friend who had a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy on hand nave each of us a dose and we at once felt the effects. I procured a bottle and before using the entire contents we were en tirely cured. It is a wonderful remedy and should bo found in every household. H. C. Bailey, editor, 'l'hie remedy is for sale by all druggists. in SCARCE IN MONTESANO. An Honest Man in Abcrden Surprises the VicJette. The Viilette has discovered an honest man iu Aberdeen and hastens to give the good news to the world at large. The gentleman is Mr. S. B. Linn, and he holds the position of superintendent of the water works. A short time ago Mr. Linn was called to Montcsano to serve as witness in court in a case in which the city of Aberdeen was Interest ed. Lftst week the county auditor sent Mr. Linn his warrant for $'1.20, the regu lar fee and mileage. By return mail the warrant came back, with a note from Mi. Linn stating that as lie received pay from the city fur his time on the day iu ques tion he could not accept pay a second time. —Vidette. Cured His Mother of Rheumatism. "Mv mother has been a sufferer for inanv \ears with rheumatism," says W. H. Howard, of Husband, l'a. "At timeß she was unable to move at all, while at all timet walking .wis painful. I pre sented her with .1 bottle of Chamber lain's Pain Balm and after a few applica tions she decided it was the most won derful pain reliever sho had ever tried, iu fact, she is never without it now and is at all times able to *alk An occasional application of Pain Balm keeps awav the n>t<n til"* "ho was formerly troubled with." For sale by all druggists. m Spokane Will be Well Advertised at Port I \m>, \|>ril 20.—One of the most novel exhibits at the I.ewis and (,/laik Exposition will he the city of h|H>Uaiic, Wash. The city is t<> removed to Portland aboard a car. and it will not require a very largeor, either. Spokane in miniature in now lieing lmilt. A civil engineer and an artist am the builders, and tin- Spokane Chamber of Commerce is the i-poiiHor. Ihe minute city, a beautiful leproiloctioii, with a stream of real water to represent Spokane I'alls, will oc. upv .t room in the balcony al»ove the mining exhibit in the Washington S'.ate building at the fair, and Spokane people will proudly point out the places of interest in their eiiy without finding it necessary to lake the tourist thither* It is the expectation, however, that the tourist whoßi.es the reduced fac-simile of Spokane will 1* so charmed that he will go up to see the actual city. The l'l.m in to reproduce tlie city in detail from Jefferson street to Division street, between M illon avenue aim the Northern Paeilic railroad. To the sight seer the city will appear as if sei-n from an el ivaliou over the river at Jefferson street, and he will he looking away to the north, the east anil the south. Tue ionndaloni 'if tin) city, which will include the streets, curbs and sidewalks, will he of cement fioin two inches to nix inches thick. The district to he repro duced will be made on an absolute scale of 30 feel to th • inch, which will make the exhibit 10x12 feet. The cement foundation will be divided into ten sec tion?, weighing IL'O pounds each, so that it can b safely moved. You can do better at the The buildnus will be hand carved from pine. Each city block will be made separately, and will lie fastened upon the cement foundation bv dowels. That will permit the whole thing to be taken apart for -lii'nneiit. After the details of all the business buildings are carved they will be painted in the actual colors of the strnctur' 10 The bridges will be reproduced ol xvcwl and wire. The out lving portions of the city will be painted upon canvas and adroitly joined to the little city so as trr appear in natural perspective. IN THE SUPEKIOLt CO OUT OF THE STATE of Washington, for Chehalis County. Jean B. Stewart, Plaintiff. vs. Wil liit in I". Mim i; t nil, ti .orge 1». Kellmai . Jessie Kellinati, I o lllllmon , Elizaheth Wilson, Carloitaf summons. Parker, Elizabeth Parker, I Lucille Parker, ami Zola! Parker, I Defendants. ) The State of Washington, to the saiil William F. McGregor, Ueurge P. Kelliuan, Jessie Kell inan, Carlotta, Parker. Elizabeth Parker. Lu eile Parker ami Zola Parker. You tire herein summoned to appear within oixt\ lav- iter Hie Jute of the first publication of tiiis summons, to-H-it: Within Sixty days after the 20tn day of April, 1905, ami defend the above entitled aetiou in the above entitled Court, and answer the complaint of the plain tiff. and serve a copy of your answer upon the undersigned attorney for plaintiff at Ills office below stated; and ill case of your failure so to do, judgment will be rendered against you ac cording to the demand of the complaint, which has been file i with the Clerk of said Court. The object aud demand of the complaint and of this action is the partition of real estate now owned in common by plaintiff and de fendants and for other rein f, sain lauds beiug Hereinafter described, to-wit: Trail No.a, begiuningut a point on the South -id ■ of.. ;, m l'.'h 1330 feet West from the come of Sections ls-111-13 ami 24. on the line between Sections 13 and '-'I and 115 feet South from said Section line, thence South 1175 feet, thence East 330 feel thence North 920 feet to the South bank of said Slough, thence along the bank of said Slough io the place of beginning, contain ing 7.94 aeres more or less and located on the NS|, of the NE'.i of Section 24, Township 17, North of Range 8 West in Chelialis County, Washington. Also l.ot No. Ten (Ith Eleven (U) and Twelve (12). of Block Seven (7) of Highland Home now apart of the City of Aberdeen, Lots 7, S, 9,10. 11 and 12. of Block 3, of Stewarts Ist Addition to Highland Home; Lots 10, 11 aud 12, of Block 8. Stewart's Ist Addition to Highland Home; Lots 1 aud 2, Block 10, Stewart's Ist Addition to Highland Home; Lots 7, 8 9,10,11 and 12, Block 11, Stewart's Ist Addition to Highland Home, all now in the City of Aber deen, Chelialis County, Washington. N. W. BUSH. Plaintiff's Attorney. Postolllee address, Aberdeen, Chelialis Coun ty, Washington. Pate of iirst publication April 20.1905. Date of last publication June 1, 1905. The Waldron The Only First Class housekeeping rooms iu Aberdeen in suites and flats:: : . W . H . WHITE, Prcprietor. E. J. BRADLEY, C. W MII.T.ER, President. I ashler ABERDEEN STATE BANK N. li Cor. Heron and H St. SAFE DEPOSIT ItiOXEiS KOK RENT Call and See ii. P. PoRTKK Choice brands of CIfIARS AND TOBACCO. Fresh Candies, Fruits and Nuts. 213 So. F St. Aberdeen, Wash Semi the Semi-Weekly Herald to your friends In the east. A twice-a week ivpograph of Aberdeen >' sur roundltigs. A MINIATURE tin. the Portland Exposition. ! JESSE MOORE I t A A WHISKKY : JOHi\ O'IiAKE, <•> .. WhuUialt Liquor Dailar <•* ' Corner F and heron Sireeti I AGENT <V ABERDEEN. WASH. & <1 <S> '• * i ; j ; ; ; ; ' ; ;^;s " Leech^KOS. CONTRACTORS ★ CARPENTERS and BUILDERS. Estimates, Plans and Specifications Furnished. HOUSE MOV IMG —L PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO Aberdeen. Washing: WM. ZIEGLER. Boot and Shoemaker. The repair shop at JEW'S SHOE STORE is once more in my charge. I am the pioneer sho'-tirtker, my work is first cla<s and the prices are right WILLIAM ZIEGLER, Postoffice Block. Dr. M. Rob Stapo> Office over Hayes & Hayes Bank. Hours: 9:00 a. m. to 4:00 p. m. and (i; 00 p. m. to 8:00 p. m. HIS CURES ARE PERMANENT Dr. Pollman M. P. D. O. at the IHM I'IC ami OSTEOPATHIC INSTITUTE City Hotel, lleron Street. No Specialist has yet gained the reputation that Dr. Pollmanu has obtained throughout this country by the hundreds of patients. Dr. Pollnian is the only drugless physician of chronic diseases that treats by three different and distinct scientific methods. His demonstrations are marvelous and permanent ly successful and unlimited in the variety of diseases and de formities of mankind. His strange methods of curing diseases should not be judged by reckless thinkers, but honest investigators and in valids iu a hopeless condition and beyond the reach of med ical skill have observed the value and crowned it with praise A Grateful Patient Wishes to Testify for the Benefit of Muttering Humanity. TO THE EDITOR: Dear Sir: —For a long time I suffered with Articular and Muscular Rheumatism and as a final result my right hand and wrist joint became ossified and I absolutely lost nil control of same; the muscles and flesh of my arm were shrunk to the bone. In the beginning of my awful suffering I have been treating with several physicians of the old school but all in vain and they finally told me that they could not do any more for me. About one month later Dr. Pollmanu came to this city, who took my case and today I am happy to say that he effected a wonderful cure; my arm, wrist and hand is as good as ever. He also cured me of constipation and stomach trouble. Thanking Dr. Polltnann for marvelously curing me. MRS. J. J. FOX. Subscribed and sworn to before me a Notary Public this 23rd day of January, A, D. 1905. F. E. JONEK, Notary Public in and for the state of Washington, residing at Aberdeen, Wash. We Study Printing! We make a feature of pre paring printing that is pro fitable. That is we make it Profitable to Our Patrons! We study types and ef fects to insure attractive arrangement, and ive be lieve you'll appreciate how we handle your work. From a card to a catalogue we want to liyure on your work Herald Print ery 408 li. 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