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C ! CIAL SALE !
I ;< S rt \\ ;iist Suit Patterns. Good Value at
i ,f i Reduced to 90 cents a vard !
~ \DE IX JORDAN
.>O.? lOast Market Street.
Tai n f thfi Town Tersely Told.
Order v /.mes of Evans Drug
Co. lf
!>!(,; 1 i'v Statioier* at Evans
Drue Co.
Qhas 1 «a< dow 11 irom Olyni
pia 011 bui-ii i' Saturday.
i>, <; v mlieriain. Rooms 8, 9
and 10, Pat. • I' oc-k. tf
Attorm. !■>»■ 'T. T> . Bridges re
turned from " \ mpia Fnday.
A 111 1' ti row for sale. J. C.
Cross, 71S Te raee avenue. tf
When you need 111 dicineand need the
best, go to t >i \ reliable store, Evans
Drug Co. tf
A. I. Fox 1. 1- ominelictd tuilding a
residence for I>VI. Johnson, on Broad
way hill.
Two cott k; tor rent, 5 and 8 rooms,
011 west en 11 Market street. Inquire at
Hkku.ii otlii' 67-tf
Kobt. has received a steel
boiler for hi* w residence, which is to
be heated ny - > in
II vou cannot call, phone for anything
in our line an l ' will dt liver it to your
door. Evans Drug Co.
Mrs. A. C who has been con
fined to ih< bon- with German measles,
is able to be ab..ut, again.
Keid A I 1 iuj- - are drawing piano for a
dwelling foi Cant. H. A. Benhain, to be
erected on bis br< adway lot*
John Bowman returned fi< ui Lewis
county lavt. week, bringing with Ir.m a
span of horses I*»i an express w gon.
Eight tons > ood cow hay. Will be Bold
at ts a ton. as we have 110 room to store
it. Lowry Bros. Hume and 1 streets.
The Elka lodge have <• «• t-ed for a
smoker next Thursday evening, and a
ladies' social session Friday evening.
E. A. Hupert returned from Centralia
yesterday, where lie had been on busi
ness connected the Hicks & Son s
Co.
For Sale—Two dwelling houses, plas
tered and well finished, cor 11. r second
and E streets.] t lnquiie ot lleniy r.
Wilder, tf
The young people of the Baptist church
gave a pleasant social at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. O. O. Beardsley, Friday
evening.
Dr. Sullivan, eyesight specialist, will
be at his home office every Saturday,
Sunday and Monday during the month
of Mav.
The faculty of the High school will en
tertain the Senior class, at dinner, on
the evening of the 20th, at the Washing
ton hotel.
W. G. Cnllen, of Hoquiam, has leased
a building r on F stieet between lieion
and Hume, where ho will establish a
fish market.
Ten lots—.'! in Benn's Central Add.;
1 in France's Add. $ 0 in south Acer
deen. all foi $350. Wi;l banning, 14
Dabney block..
The First Division of the M. K. Ladies'
Aid society'dias arranged an interesting
program to'be given at the church, next
Wednesday evening.
Capt. Heed, tor.manv years enptain of
the tug I raveler oiijtirays llartor, pilot
ed the steamer Toledo over from l'ort
laml, and took her back yesterday.
M. Goldsmith received a carload of
handsome lixtures last for the
Anheuser Music hull, icli will be
opened, in old Firemen's hall, next Mon
day.
Cheap for sale a gasoline launch. The
launch is -5 feet ong. is one year old,
and in perfect runni £ order, hnquire
of or write to K. Keduian, Melbourne,
Wash. ti92t
The Toledo started on her initial trip
to Portland yesterday .fe, Ihe additional
cabin room mt»kes her able to accommo
date 3<i passengers with sleeping accom
modations.
All persons desiring information about
government lands will please call on
Jesse F. Murpl y, font years register of
the Oiympiu land ollice. Kooni 3, Dab
ney block.
Game Warden L'vermore arrested I'.
F. Halferty last week, charged with
violating the Davis cam law. Me wi'l
be given a hearing before Judge I'ox
next Saturday.
City Clerk Clark is advertising for
bide, to be opened May 24, for the con
struction *»f permanent sewers in Dis
tricts A and K, which will cost between
$30,000 and *40,000.
Q CURES WHERE ALL ELSE FAILS 13
kJ Best Couph Syrup. Tastes Good. |U
ItSI Use In time. Sold by druggists. CI
A sa 111 pit* bottle of Alti-tone free at
Kvhiim Drug Co. tf
(). A. Myers left this morning for
Lewis county on business.
We invite you to ca'l and examine our
Box Paper*. Evans Drug Co. tf
A. E. Shull was discharged from the
Aberdeen Genera! hospital Saturday.
Emil Pfund is visiting up-country
towns in the interest of his jewelry
buniness.
Chat . K. Sauers is rapidly recovering
from pneumonia, at thb Aberdeen Gen
eral hospital.
The Grays Harbor Gas Co. has had
the mains laid across the lloquiam and
Wish kali rivers.
T. Noel was discharged from the Aber
deen General hospital, and returned to
Ocosta Saturday.
Chas. M. Hartwell, of tne Bulletin
force, left this morning for Wisconsin, 011
a thirty-day vacation.
The Grays Harbor Electric Co., re
ceived its new trail cars Saturday, and
expect the motor cars in a few days.
The body of John DeliltJ, who was
killed in the Hart-Wood m il last week,
was shipped by express to Alpena,
Mich., Friday.
Airs. F. A. Stiles was discharged from
the Aberdeen General hospital yester
day, and returned to lifer home, up the
Wishkah river.
The stockholders of the Grays Harbor
Oyster Co. enjoyed a bar quet given by
E. C. Finch, at the Boston Oyster House
Friday ew... .
W. H. Pearson ami C. V. Loy returned
Friday from Bremer ton, where they at
tended the grand council of the Improved
Order of Ked Men.
John Thovineti was b.ought from Cos
mopolis to tlii Aberdeen General hos
pital Saturday, with a broken leg, the
result of an accident.
An employe of the N. I'. By. Co.,
named Pierce was admitted to the Ab
erdeen General hospital ihureday even
ing with an injured back.
Sick headache results Irom a disordered
stomach and is quickly cuied by Cham
berlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets.
For sale by all druggists. in
The Aberdeen base ball team went
down to defeat at the bands of the
Monte.-anp farmers yesterday afternoon,
the score standing 5 to 3.
M. D. Mills, of CuldeHae, Idaho, was
in the city over Sunday, visiting his
uncle, Judge l'eirson, and looking after
bis Aberdeen properly interests.
Stanton Howell, editor of the Klma
Advance, came down Saturday to attend
the institution of K. I'. looge at Ho
qui am, and took occasion to visit Aber
deen.
Uo not buy until you have seen J,an
ning's lJroaduay iiill Add., the bunt 10.
cation in Aberdeen, l.ota on easy teims
' $150, 17."> anil j'LDO. Will l.anning, Kuuni
I 14, Dabney block.
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The blick and stone woik on the city
ball was completed Friday, and Con
tractor While will be able to turn the
i building over to the city long bet'oie the
time lixed in bis contract.
Note our clubbing offer. The Semi-
Weekly 11 khald and the Daily Taconia
. News one year for $4.50. The MMni
| Weekly llkimi.ii a.id the Semi-Weekly
' News tor one year ifL'.UO. tf
j Mrs. 11. li. Marcy, grand matron of
the O. K. S., of Washington, will uttend
tiie local chapter tomorrow evening.
Work will be exemplified, and visiting
members are cordially invited to be
present.
One of the greatest blessings a modest
man can wish for is a good, reliable set
of bowels. If you aien nt0t the happy
possessor of such an outtit you can great
ly improve the efficiency" of tho at! >' ou
have by the judicious use of Chamber
lain's Stomach ami I.iver Tablets. They
are pleasant to take and agreeab'e •"
effect. For sale bv all druggists. m
Fountain Syringes
We sell a good guaranteed Fountain Syringe for $1.00.
Two or three quarts. Call aud see them.
in cross 4- piuiun
Telephone 131, H Telephone 131.
Cor. Heron and C Sts.
Leading Prescription Druggist.
ABERDEEN HERALD. MONDAY, MAY 15. 19(>5
Ladies' II • ii. 1' and Gents' I'tirses
at Evans 1 >rug Co. tt
Furniture for sale. All of the furniture
and dining room and kitchen fixtures o'
1 the Bay View 110 el will lie sold in the
I t. i r cash, cheap. Emitiiie at the
| hotel oi phone 3:11. Oil lit
I In the (juarteily apportionment of
i state school funds ma 'e lust week, Che
lialis county received if 25,091.25. The
apportionment was in; de on a basis of 0
1 cents per days attendence of school cliil-
J dren in each county.
Rev. C. McDermoth left this morning
for Kalama, to attend the meeting of the 1
. Tacoina Association of Congregational
. ministers. He will make the response |
j j to the addrcssof welcome by Dr. J. Sims
j of that place, this evening.
1 The Grays Harbor Gas Co. is having a
M temporary shed built on the gas p.ant
j premises, in order that the wet weather
j may not interfere with preparing the
I pipe, by dipping it in a mixture of coil
tar and other ciiemicals befoic la; 1.14 1
A numVier of young friends of Mis'-
Alva Dutcher gave that young lady a
pleasant Bui prise party Thursday even- I
ing. The party was in the na'nre of a
good bye as .Miss Dutcher leaves this t
week for Hood Hiver, Oregon, with her,
parents.
At the Lindstrom shipyard a crew of
men are making two lower uiasts for the ,
schooner A. I. West. On her last pas
sage she sprung the masts and they wire
found, 011 examination, to be unlit ioi 1
further service. It is probable that she |
may go on the ways while waiting foi j
the new spars.
The two masted schooner MatthaTuft,
left Lindstiom's shipyard Friday, for
Seattle, where she will take on a cargo
of merchandise for Nome, Alaska. She
will remain in Alaskan waters dining
the summer, and expects to return to
this port next fall.
Piles for the foundation of the new dry
house for the American Mill Co. ait
driven, and soon the mill will beshipp'.ng
lumber by rail as well as by water. All
they need now is a shed in which to
store dry lumber and they will Vie as fully
equipped a" any mill oti the harbor
The following teachers have been en
gaged by the school board for ttie coming
year: If. M. Cook, superintendent;
High school, Miss Deila Oil n"re and
flattie Simmons. Market Street school,
I'. A. W i iams, principal; Mrs. .Mildred
K. West, and Misses Bertha Thornton,
I Mollie Jeans and Ada l'air. K.ist Aber
deen school, Miss Kellogg and Miss Maud
Hulburt.
On Fridav evening Springer's hall was
the scei.e of much innocent amusement,
i it being the annual gatheiinu when t'i"
Juniors of the High school tender a re
ception to the graduating class The
Juniors, as the bo«ts, had decornied the
hall and prepared a program of fun and
refreshments. Games anil music made
the evening pass pleasantly and quickly,
and midnight came all to > ro<>o to close
the annual gathering.
The Aberdeen Brewing Co. is sinking
an artesian well on their brewery prop
erty. The bore is down 120 feet at pres
ent, and the borings i-- pure sand, with
every indication of getting water soon.
F. Green, who has charge of the work,
is a man of considerable experience in
this line, having successfully bored for
water in the flats at Seattle and Ballard,
and he can see no reason why a good
flowing well cannot be gotten here with
out going very deep.
Knights of Pythias from Olympi ,
Elina anil this city went to Hoijuiam
Saturday evening, to assist Deputy Uratid
Chancellor J. Smith, of Ivalama, reorgan
ize Harbor Lodge, No. 45, wliich sur
rendered its charter several yeais ago to
tlie Grand Lodge. In addition to the
old members, who were reinstated, the
rank of l'vthian Knighthood was con
ferred un a number nf new meml»'ru.
The lodue from thiseitv did the work in
the First Hank, Klma the Second ami a
mixed team from Olymtiia, Ulnn and
Aberdeen the Third. Harbor l.odge No.
45 starts out with every indication of
future prosperty.
Boat Found
On the weather beach at Westport,
Wash., one {I) small double end din.'ey,
white, 1:1 feet loriu, 4 feet 4 indies beam,
green bottom. Owner prove property
and pay cost. Address .1. 11. Freilfti*
borg, Westport, Wash. 41
Why pay JG.OO a year Tor part oi
the local news each day, when you
can get all tJie city, 'ounty nd Ben
eral news twice a week. In the Herald,
11.60
Along the Water Front.
The schooner Honoipu is at the ITnion
mill, loading fur San IVdro.
The steamer laqua s riled vesserdav
from the American null foi Kodond >.
I The barkentine Wrestler is at the West
«& Slade mill loading lor a Mexican port.
i The schooner Watson A Went is a the
West A Slade mill, loading fur San Fran-
I cisco,
| The steamer G. C. Lindauer sailed Fri
i day from the Wilson mill, for San Fran
i cisco.
The schooner James A. Garfield is at
the Western mill loading for San Fran
cisco.
The schooner W. F. Witzemmm sail- !
ed t rid ay from the Union mill for ."-an
I'e'ro.
The schooner Ensign is completing'
her cargo at the Michigan mill for San !
Francisco.
I
The schooDer Comot is at th Aber- '
den I.limber A Shingle Co.'s mill load
ing for San I'edro.
The schooners Oliver J. Olsen and
Orient are at the West A «ladenii!l load
ing for San Francisco.
Ihe schooner Robert I.ewers arrived
last night to load at the West & Slade
mill for San Francisco.
ihe schooner A. J. West is undergoing
ren iirs at the Lindstrom shipyard, and
will load at the Hart-Wood mill for San
I'edro when completed.
To Cure a Cold 111 One Day.
Take Laxative BromoQuinine TablelF,
All dm ..-t refund the inonev if it fail
•o f Mne K VV . Grove's signature is 01
loch [>•/ 110
NOTICE OP PILING.
Township Plats, Township 22 North,
Ranges 7 and S West.
I United -tates Lan.l Office, )
Olympia, Wash., May 10, 1905.)
! Notice is hereby given that Sections 4,
;8, 9, 17, 18, 19. 20, 29, 30 anil 31, west
iif of Sections 1(1 and 21 and north I■it If
-ection 28, Township 22 North, Uange |
7 West; also Secti . 24, 25. 35 and 36 !
and the south half of Sections 20 and 34,
in Township 22 North, Range 8 West,
1 W. M., have been surveyed, and that
I the official plat of said surveys will be
| lil din this otlice on tlie 14th day of
rune, 1905, at the litur of 9 o'clock a. m.
j and that on and after said date we will
1 hp prepare! to receive applications for
j the entry of lands in said townships.
The lands above described, being with
lin the Olympic Foiest Reserve, only
I those pe sons are entitled to make entry
|of said lands wi o have made bona
I tide settlement and established residence
! on the land claimed bv them prior to the
j i ate of reclamation establishing said
I ,
reserve bee mie operative, viz.-.March 1,
I 18ns.
Fred \V. Stocking,
j Register.
spring hats
Right this way, Sir,
with any Spring 1 Hat or
Shoe idea you may have.
We've every new shape
that's going, that's cor
rect.
Tlvreare higher priced
Mats than ours, but there
are no better ones.
ll' you want the best
that your money can buy,
it's here for you, Sl.oO,
T)0 to $3.0!) '
/Ajj'.'am
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Barkley-Cyr Go.
llf) South G Street
mm fl»s
Pan's Inmen's Children's
A l't'i.l, LINE OF THE LATEST
JS T V L !•: S HAVE JUST ARRIVED
JEH :i SHOE STORE 1
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DR. LONij, D»rf S
wLJIJC. Xnml Room 8, Dabncy Bik. Over Pit nc/'s
All work Kiiuruuteed. No charge for extrac
tion where teeth are ordered.
EXAMINATIONS FRLE
Full «ct teeth $. r ».00 Gold "r0wn,22K....55.00
Bridge work 4.00 Gold filling 1.00
Porcelain crown 4.50 Silver filling 60
Office Hours, 8:30 to Sunday 9 to I® I*l "
Safes !! Safes I
Sole Agents for
Herring, Hall, Marvin Safe Co.
THE ORIGINAL HALL SAFE
F. E. JONES A CO., AGENTS
114).; G Street.
The Cows Must Co,
but that will have nothing to do with the fact that in
SUNRISE CREAM we are offering our customers pure,
full-cream cow's milk, sterilized and canned, at the
price ot a very much insuperior article. It is preferable
to ordinary milk, because it is always in relishing and
wholesome condition.
Cleanly handled and takes the place
of crude milk or cream for all purpose#
is the absolute guarantee of the manufacturers—The
Coos Bay Condensing Company. For sale by : : : : :
SHELLY BROTHERS, Grocers
31H E. MARKET STREET. TELEPHONE 474.
| nnTnT T Apply for carload price to HinTrST7
n K K Hhehalis Brick & Tile Co. hK j (
UlllUlV CHEHALIS. WASH. tUY
BEATS A SAVINGS BANK !* »
An investment in Aberdeen Real E t te at pmcnt
low prices-is SURE to yield hand ome re turns.
A few samples taken at random frcm our list:
Ten acre tract to trade fur house and lot.
Hoarding House in South Aberdeen for sale.
I.ots in France's Addition on easy payments.
Kanch toVa=e.
Lois on cur line f50 —$sdown, $5 per month.
Call and look over our list ot bargains: it will pay you.
S . K . BOWKS
WITH PATTERSON & LOCKE CO.
214 South G Street . Telephone 7!H
is the sure success of the jockeyj who
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That cilia r never sti>p.-ut tlie post.
I I never falls dead, m ver iniis in had form,
r ' but is a cinsistant g"<- a. •\1 race
i V | meet, and always 1 .ip -
/ ' i t&fL U ' ar by pi ty the
t—{j3r That name goes upon the I■ t rveiy
WM. ZIKGLEB.;
Boot and Shoemaker.
The repair r-1 ioj> at JKKF'S SHOE |
STORE is once more in my charge. I
am the pioneer shoemaker, my work is
first class and t'ie prices are ri«ht.
WILLIAM ZIEGLER,
Postoffice Block. ;
A MC GEE
UPHOLSTERER
and
CABINET MAKER,
All kinds of material furnislied foj
work
107 NORTH G STTCET
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