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T' qw——fcj——————ww——■ F,iic Silk Shirt Waist Suit Patterns. Good Value at ?i 75 and $1.50. Reduced to 90 cents a yard ! WADE & JORDAN 303 East Market Street. jp T T T '«•'>» T 'P /T T T r Tales of the Town Tersely Told. Brick for sale. Lowry Bros. Pbone 4t. ( Room for rent, enquire at 12;! Eftst sth s-reet. tt Dr. G. E. Chamberlain. Rooms 8, 9 and 10, Dabney Biock. tf Mrs. Alfred Hart nnd children will iro to Cohassett Saturday to spend the summer. The latset books and magazines are all- I ways in evidence at our store. Evans Drug Co. Frank Rasmison. mate of the schooner Oleson, who was badly hurt last week is at his post again. A. D. Wood was up from Cohassett yesterdav. He reports business good and more coming. The best place to eet your fish is at the , ' Never Idle" Fish Market, 310 ioutli F stieet. Phone 201. tf The ladies who visited the J. B. Haynes logging camps Tuesday, report a very pleasant time. Go to the Aberdeen market 'or cold storage meats, l'opular prices. G street opposite the postoffice. tf The Misses Anna and Emma Miller left for Kent, King county, Tuesday, to spend a month with friends. Nice Quinault salmon, fresh every dav. at the "Never Idle" Fish Market. 310 South F St. Phone 201. tf Mr. and Mrs. Carr, missionaries from California are assisting Mrs. Spohn in the Aberdeen Gospel mission. The planning department of the Wil son Bros, mill is being improved by the addition of more dust carriers. A few lots left in Lanuing's Broadway Hill Addition at $150 and $175. Will Lanning, Room 14, Dabney block. The dance at the Pavilion at Electric Park was attended by a laige party of Aberdeen young people last night. Shetland Pony for sale at the Aber deen market, opposite tlie postoffice. tf Dr. Smith, Osteopath, 7-8 P. O. block. Miss L. Roberts, of Seattle, who has been at Cohassett beach, called on friends here Tuesday, and returned to lior home yesterday. Messrs. Bryden & Leitch are expect ing a set of new boilers from the Ea«t. As soon as they arrive, the mill will bp closed down. Three 50-foot lots 011 School house hill, cleaied and graded, plank road, file view, $500. Will Lanning Room 14, Dabney block. Mrs. W. Fowler, of Vancouver, Wash., who has been visiting her mother, Mrs. Thorp in this place, returned to her 1101. e yesterday. E. H. Johnson Is waking two sets of rudders fo- the steamer, Harbor Queen and Harbor Belle. Each vessel has three rudders to the set. If you go to the beach take a bottle of our Almond Witch Hazel Cream to pro tect your face from sunburn anu tan. Evans Drug Co. During the absence of Miss Bessie Hulbert in San Francisco, her sister Miss Laura, will act as organist in the Con gregational church. The Western Cooperage company's plant which has been undergoii ;; t;': '■> extensive repairs, will be ready for busi ness next Monday. Mrs. J. B. Hay es is suffering from what appears to be the gout. She does not claim to be a high liver but she has the gut nevertheless. Mrs. Geo. Morton, of MarHism attending to business here yesterday Mr. and Mrs. Horton are engaged in the hotel business at Markhain. The R. 3. Jackson contract cn Wish kah stieet to Michigan Avenue is com plete, and now the dwellers on the west end of the street are happy. At the meeting of the Stanley (Sold Mining company, held Monday night. Fied Kurth, of tho Vulcan Iron Works, was elected general manager. Douglas Bros, are now doing locomo tive work, I'olsou Brothers logging engine, which is as large as sn ordinary freight engine is undergoing repairs in the Douglas shoo. The Electric Park is becoming quite a resort, for the ladie* and children of both Aberdeen and Hoquiam. Almost every afternoon parties of picn cers can be seen on the grounds. The well at the Aberdeen Brewery is now down 390 feet in a sandstone forma ation. The average depth bored each day is six feet, and it is expected that good water will soon be struck. Q CURES WHERE ALL ELSE FAILS B3 Best Cough Syrup. Tastes Good. |U m Use in time. Sold by druggists. El K.lltor Rowell, of the Elma Advance, was visiting friends here Tuesday. Mrs. M. R. Sherwood was a passenger on this morning's train for Seattle. Mrs. J. C. llogan gave a lawn party to several lady friends last evening. Samuel Barde, of the People's Furni ture store went to Portland yesterday. Miss May Cahill left yesterday morn ing for San Francisco to visit relatives. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Barkley are visit ing the exposition at Portland this week. Experienced Nnrs* in Maternity Cases —Wishes engagements. 1004 East Wish kah street. Mrs. Cha«. Albnrtv entertained asmall party of lady friendn at luncheon yester day afternoon. Mrs. G. F. Karshner entertained the Presbyterian Ladies Aid Society yester day afternoon. Two lots on Broadway hill, cleared j and level, good view, $500. Will Lanning, Room 14, Dabuey block. Creech Bros.' dredger is doing good work cleaning out the Wishkah river in front of the West it Made docks. Lost—Two-year-old Jersey heifer, just dehorned. l'lease inform Geo. Woodward at Ninemiie <k Morgan slaughter house. The supper given by the ladies ot the Baptist church last evening, was well attended, and the supper was a good one. Throbinir, aching heai's are easily cured if our headache capsules are taken, one Jose will usually do it. Evans Drug Co. Now is the time to get your winter wood. Good Blab wood furnished in any part of the citv, bv Lowry Bros. Phone 41. ' tf Thomas L. Thomas, of Roslvn, who was looking after his property interests here this week, returned to his home yesterday. WANTED TO RENT—Three unfur nished rooms, suitable for light house keeping, centrally li cated. Inquire at Herald office. This is the season when our stock of bath supplies is the largest. We have everything to make the bath luxurious. Evans Dm* Co. A. W. Bush and family, of Castle Rock, arrived in Aberdeen Tuesday, for a few days visit with Mr. Bush's parents, Judge and Mrs. N. W. Bush. 25-'oot lot on Heron Street near Mich igan Ave. $250. SE co-ner of Market and 1 street. $1100. Will Lanning, Room 14, Dabney block. Wheeler Bros, and Peterson are about ready to commence work on ther brick block, 50x130 feet, on Heron street, ad joining the old Kaufman corner. At the initiation at the Eastern Star Chapter Tuesday night, an invocation in the shape of a floral drill, which was quite interesting was introduced. Capt. L. L. Dai ling, fjr many years a resident of Aberdeen, now in business at South Bend, is in the city today, visiting his numerous old time friends. K. Zelasko has sold his interest in the 7alasko Furniture Co. to his partner, L. J. Kolts, and will hereafte devote his entire attention to his realty interests here. H. Ellis, proprietor of tiie Aberdeen Floral Houses, left today cn the steamer G. C. Lindauer for San Francisco, where lie goes to purchase floral stock for the fall trade. The supreme court has affirmed the judgment of Mrs. Minnie Wapenstien against the city of Aberdeen for damages to her property by the change of grade on F street. What we consider a compliment to our stationery department is the demand we are having for nice writing paper. We lead the town for tasty box papers. Evans Drug Co. An idea of the magnitude of the lum ber business at Aberdeen may be ob tained by noting the fact that five steam ers and two sailing vessels, lumber laden cleared from this port today. Fountain Svrinaes We sell a good guaranteed Fountain Syringe for $1.00 Two or three quarts Call and see tliein. RED (ROSS f NIIIIUT Telephone 611, I Telephone 611. Cor. Heron and G Sts. Leading Prescription Druggist. ABERDEEN HERALD. THURSDAY, JULY 20. 1915 i Two fifty-foot lots, with two large houses, corner Hume and 1, one block from new Masonic Temple, rents for $'.'4. I $2,0u0, easy terms. Will Lanning, Room I 14, Dahney block. I The box f.tctory near the Western mill j will be ready for business in about a j month. The. boilers are set, and the j machinery is being placed. It will be running full blast before fall. I Wheeler liros. and Julius Efteland, ! who purchased the R.jchedale store stock j at Hoquiam, have incorporated the busi ness,under the name of H< qirnm Tradp g Co., with a capital stock of $3,000. J. J. Kaufman, has doubled the capa- j city of his furniture store by removing! the partition from between Irs old room ' ■ and the on- next to him. He now has a j ropnj OOxIJO feet, with galieiies uu one I side. Experiments with North Beach sand is said to have resulted in proving that pure ste I can be made from the sand, and it is very probable that a plant will be erected there this year for that pur pose. The monthly missionary meeting of th" ladies of the Congregational church was held Monday afternoon at the home of Mrs. W. C Hudson, and was among the most pleasant and profitable of the year. Louis 11. Burnett, the jeweler, is en joying a visit of his brother, Sebastian H. Burnett, ol Toronto, Canada, a noted singer, whose rich baritone voice is famous all over the United States and Canada. Mrs. Otis Baker, of Hoquiam, who has many f.ieiids in this city, died at the home of her parents in Centralia Mon day. Death was taueed by blooil poison ing. She leaves a husband and two children. Dr. Chamberlain went to Cohassett Tuesday, to see how Gertrude Renny who is suffering form pneumonia is get ting along. He returned yesterday feel ing that she was doing as well as can be expected. While playing with somo companions yesterday morning, near his home on Wishkah and K streets. Francis the younger son of C. F. Drake fell and broke his arm. The little fellow is resting quietly today. The Mioses Bessie and Maude Ilulbert will leave this week for San Francisco. They will be absent about three weeks, and will return by the way of Portland, where they will visit the Lewis and Clark exposition. Wishkah lodge No. 44 K. of I', install ed the fol owing officers last C. C., S. K. Bowes; V. C., W, 11. Pearson; Fiel., L. L. Alexander; M. of W„ J. M. Rrooks; M. at A., L. E. McKinlev; I. G., Philip Davis ;O. G., H. A. Prierrie. On Monday Geo. J. Wolff, expects to leave for New York and other Eastern cities. It. is his intention to make a large shipment from the east, of the latest novelties in ladies dress goods and in house furnishings. He will be gone a month. The young people of the Congrega tional church will give a lawn social to morrow evening at the home of Mr. and Mis. Nels Nelson, to which the public is invited. This is one of the finest yards in the city and those who attend are assured of a pleasant time. Indies get your shoes sliined at Charlies, 4"_'o E Heron ■'treet, he carries , all the latest polishes and all kind of fine aces of the very latent styles and give" 1 the finest shine in the city, also seives lunch for parties, balls and receptions at O. K. Barber Shop, 420 E. Heron St. tt i Ernest Block left for Portland this , morning to be present at the meeting of the Saengerfest, a German musical , society, at the Lewis and Clark exposi tion. There will be about 1000 members j present and they will have the I'ieedom ! of Portland for one week. | Thr j e vessels are now in course of con i j struction at the yard of the Lindstrom | Shipbuilding company, one for C. H. Higgins, Beedle Brothers and Oliver J. j Oleson, all of San Francisco. The one j f r Mr. Higgitis is to be 17ofeet in length, i T.S feet beam and 12 feet ti-in -hes hold. The other two are to be ISO feet in length, 38 feet beam and 12 f et 0 inches hold. Baseball Players and Racers! Louis ,1. Krnger, exihampion long distant foot neer of Germany and Hul land, writep, Oct. 2ftl>, l!K>i : "During my training of eight weeks' foot races at Salt Lake City, in April last, I ussd B 1- larii'a Sow Liniment to my greatest satisfaction. Therefore I highly recom mend Snow Liniment to all who are troubled with sprains, bruises or rtien. inati-mi." 25c, 50c. $1.00 bottle. Sold by W. I?. Paine & Co. t, THE CITY FATHERS ! TRANSACT USUAL BUSINESS AT MEETING LAST NIGHT. I Will Plank and Grade Ninemire Street. Will Not Lower Street Grades. A Number of Street Improvements Ordered. An Ancient Street War rant Shows Up. All the councilman and the mayor' were present at lan night's meeting, and I considerable business was disposed of. At his request, Mr, Wilson was grant ed two Weeks' time in which to find a place on which the old engine house could be located outside the lire limits. The communications from the ham ber of commerce and J. Lindstrom and others, asking that the grade of the streets in the lower part of the city be lo«ered, were laid on the table indefi nitely. The water collections for the months of April, May and June were passed upon a- correct and filed. The resignation of H. I). Crawford as trustee of the city library, was accepted. A communication from tin city treie urer stating that lie had received a war rant drawn upon Fourth street grubbing and grading fund, 1891, and as there was no such fund, he asked permission tu pay it out of the current expense fund. Referred to finance committee. Another communication from Mrs. Dinsmore, asking for action on her claim for damages to her F s'reet property, was filed. McDonald & Co. was granted a liquor license. An ordinance for the improvement of G street from .Viarket to Heron, and for sidewalks on First, Chicago, Second, F, f, l> and 0 s-reets, were passed. Attorney Bridges addiessed the coun cil in the matter of sewers on Hiver street, on the property of Douglas Bros, and the Anderson & Middleton Mill Co. Referred to committee of the whole, to meet next Tuesdav. Keeolutiou for the planking of Wash ington street from Market to Ninemire was ordered. W. H. White was allowed $2000 on the city hall contract. Assessment roll No. 131 was equali/.ed as asses, ed. Bids fur building sidewalks on K street from River to Heron streets opened, tSchouwieler's bid being 68 cents and R. 8. Jackson's being 62 cents. Jackson was awarded the contract. ! M. K. Lucas stated that Curtis street | in South Aberdeen wcsouly 20 leet wide, and if the electric road was placed in the middle it would destroy the street, but that the company were willing to move the track to either side of the street. Referred to the city attorney. A. J. Anderson was appointed a com mittee to hunt up a pioper pe son as trustee of the city library to take the place of H. 1). Crawford, resigned. I'he city attorney was instructed to draw a resolution for the planking or gravelling of Ninemire street. J. Lindstrom was allowed to im prove two blocks in Washington street between Heron and First street, by low ering the plank to the ground. In the matter of the Creech-Finch contract suit, the finance committee was instructed to confer with the city at torney in the matter of getting an ; asssistant. To Cure a Cold in One Day. Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. All drug<;ibts refund the money if it fails to <"'ire K. W. Grove's t-ignature is on each oi'.' .ic. THE FAMOUS PACKARD SHOE FOR >IEN ALWAYS UP-TO-DATE [ For sale only by Barkley-Cyr Go. I 116 South 0 Street - - v ~ v v-S-V « I!!!!!-!....... ?•?: !r the Good Old Gummer Time Is the time to buy Tan Oxfords. Men's, Women's and Children's at 30 to 50 per Cent reduction. % See Market St, Window. JEFFS SHOE STORE POSTOFFICE BLOCK PR - LONG, Dentis Room B ' Ombnmy B/k. Over Pfund'm AH work guaranteed. No charge for cxtrac tTou where teeth are ordered. EXAMINATIONS FRE.E Full set teeth $5.00 Gold < ro\vn,'22K... .|S.OQ F' ® Bridge work . ....4.00 Gold filling .....1.00 | ft" Porcelain crown 4.50 Silver tilling 60 Office Mourn, 8:150 to 8; Sundiiy 9 to 19 M 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 of a very much insuperior article. It is preferable to ordinary milk, b causa it is always in relishing and wholesome conditi n. Cleanly handled and takes Hie place of crude milk or cream for all purpose s is the absolute guarantee of the manufacturers The Coos Bay Condensing Company. For sale by : : : : ; SHELLY BROTHERS, Grocers 313 E. MARKET STREET. TELEPHONE . -y> •(> y» **p " " T*t TV'T* T* 'P 'p ■v *i* 'T' O 1 'T* Lots in South Aberdeen One block from Electric Car Line, $30. $7.50 down and if 2.50 per month. A SNAP —Small chicken ranch for sale. Small pay ment down, balance on time. Good lots close to car line. Good street improve ments. Easy payments. High ground. S. K. BOWES WITH PATTERSON & LOCKE CO. 214 South G Street Telephone 701 CALL AT Griggs Hardware Company and sec the display of triple plated granite at prices paid for a cheap ware. A h. 8 Keltic for $1.10 Is n Samj to. Come and examine for yourself. Griggs Hardware Co. 404 E. HERON St. Tel. 49! Fruit Jar Holder and Opener Dean lias the famous Milwaukee fruit jar hold er and opener. This is a contrivance by which yon save burning your hands, breaking your jars or spoiling your fruit. Try it, price only 50c for holder and opener. Dean's Tea and Coffee Store FRESH ROASTED COFFEES 211 South G Street Phone 1411 c