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1 he BOSTON'S > This week will bring many Surprises to our Customers in new > Suits and Skirts, new Waists, Dress Goods, Silks and in fact > every Dept. will be brimming over with the newest and most > stylish goods the market affords. > Dress Goods 19c yd. 43c I , 160 bolts of fine soft mellon Our entire line of Summer > s oncu pieces of dress goods finishc(l Tafll . ta Ril(ljon always Waists in all dark and light > in black and colors plain, and us for 30 and 35 cts. colors regardless of price. > m patterns °1 checks mvis.ble • |ul widtl to Many #1.25 Waists go at this v plaids. These goods will be 4 nrice b , . , r /■ - close . 1 tr sold everywhere for 6.jc . _ £ Our price for this sale 19c yd* 43C > c Linens 4.98 .. i , j-j We place on Sale about 50 1Z C Many people who did not new gj.j r^s j n a ]j co fors and V take advantage of our Linen shirts. New goods and new [> New coloied F.annels in g a | e j ast w ;n ] lave a styles, values SO.OO to 8.00. [> dark and light figured goods c]jance for thc next t j iree d ays Our price [> with a heavy fleece, goods /I HQ valued at 15c 1.75 Damask 1«59| 4.y0« Our pi ice 2.50 " 1.97 MEW WAISTS I lz c (.54 " 1.39. See our new line of Waists £ ——————— ——— Newest Materials, nice and |Q | 3Q " |J9 light for Fall wear. All sizes IJ7C • • and colors. £ 25 pieces of fine Dress Goods 1.24 " .84 (or School Dresses, suitable for . N|ki „ s 3 SUITS is, children at all ages. In plain > P«, checks and stripes. « 2 .27 Special for luesdaj Wed *1 Styles shown in N. Y. Market nesdav and Thursday 3»25 " 2fl\y We have marked these suits > _ j q u Tin exceedingly reasonable. See > iyC Z. 40 Z. ISI our line before buying. >Sir THE BOSTON IN CHEHALIS COUNTY HAPPENINGS IN ALL PARTS OF THE COUNTY. Items of Interest Prom all Sections of Chehalis County, Gathered by Aberdeen Herald Correspondents and Gleaned from Our County Exchanges. HOQUIAM. Mr. and Mrs. Fierce from Arkansas iB visiting her sister, Mrs. D. B. Hanson. Mrs. J. C. Painter and family are en joying a few <lavh outing on the beach. J. F. Sonle secretary of the N. W. L. Go., left Thursday for San Francisco on a business trip. O. M. Kelbgg accompanied by Mr. P. Smith, of Seattle, are in Portland visit iug the exposition. Mr. and Mrs. Cordell who have been visiting in this city and Westport, left lor their home in Rochester Tuesday. The park in front of the school house on I street has been filled in adding greatly to the beauty of the property. Mr. and Mrs. Al. Perry who have been spending the past two weeks on North Beach returned home Friday morning. Mr. Bruce Rlackstone, Mrs. Watson *nd son Freeman, went to Mitchell, Ore., to look after some timber claims which they hope to acquire. G. R. Bo»s and family of Milton, Wis., brother-in-law to Dr. W. B. Wells have left for their home by way of California. Mr. Boss during his stay among us has made many friends who are sorry to see him depart. The base ball game between Tloquiam and Knumclaw ended in a score of 3 to rn favor of the later. The grounds «ere heavy and the g.ime was slow through out. Owing to the ball being lost the game was closed after the eighth inning. The Hoquiain Sash & Poor company hat reached a stage in outside orders; that they desire to go entirely out of the local trade. In order to do this they will sell or lease their old factory in order to devote their entiie time to the new plant. Sheriff J. A. Graham left town Friday morning for the county seat having in rliarge J. Ben Benson, the man who was convicted last Wednesday in Justice Warren's court of assault and on Mate Nelson of the tug Paring at West port on Sunday 6th inst. The North Western Lumber company are putting in a iteel refuse burner to be nw?d (o consume all the refuse male about their mill and factory. The burn er i« 100 feet high and 32feetindia-neter is being made by the Menominee Boiler Works of Menominee, Mich. It will c> st $15,000 when completed. Constable I. B. Cooper was down the line yesterday nerving papers on several section hands, who refuse to pay poll tax. The county officials will not toler ate people not paying this tax, so have instructed their officers to collect same at whatever cost to the delinquent one. In these cases the men's wages have been attached so that instead of setting off by paying $2 their pall tax will quite likely amount this year to $10 a head. MONTESANO Dr. J. H. Fit/, is back from a two weeks visit in Portland Mr. and. Mrs. Ernest Roberts are here from Oregon visiting friends. Mrs. l.ake, from Lake city, Kansas, is here visiting her sister, Mrs. Pettijohn. Montesano at last has a telegraph ope rator ami the strike is a thing of the past. The Montesano base ball club will give a dance at Columbia hall Saturday even ing, Sept. 2. Manager Robert Shore started up the Sylvia shingle Co, mill Monday, after a abut down of several weeks. Rr. E C. Story is back from a trip to Eastern Washington and Idaho. The family will occupy their former aparU ments over the drug store. A bunch of rye from 7 to 8 feet tall, with largf-. well filled heads, was brought to The Vide'te office ttiia week by F. D. Mutton, as a sample of what our "up lands" will produce. Carl S. Weather wax and family moved last week to their former home in Aber deen The many friends they made dur ing their four years' residence in Monte sano greatly regreat their departure. A few months ago Will Rosmond took the civil service examination in stenog raphy and typewriting, at Tacoma. Last Saturday he received a despatch from Washington city stating that there was a position waiting for liiin in Tacoma at salary of $11)00 a year. Misses Margaret and Kate Reinkens were up the Wynooche valley a few days ago visiting relatives. To pass away the time they went out for a rabbit hunt one day, each armed with a .22 rifle. While looking for game they ran across a bunch of bears—two old ones and two cubs. Kate took a shot at one of the cubs and evidently hit it, as it set up a terrible howling. Margaret started for the house to get help, but before she reached there one of the o'd bears had headed her off while the other came up the road behind her. For a time the situation looked pretty serious, as a hugging match with two bears engaged was a little too much of a good thing. She finally put to flight the bear ahead of her and secured a man to join the hunt. One of the cuba was killed but the others escaped. OAKVILLE. The rain has caught a number of farm ers with grain down. ABERDEEN HERALD, MONDAY AUGUST 21 4lvin My res loaded another car with spars Monday. Arthur Baldwin has built a new porch to the front of his residence. Frank Liesner's new house on Pine St. is well under way. It will be huiit cot tage style, size 26x34 feet. John Vosper is doing the work. Jess Price has slr'pped a lot of furni ture to Elma, which in the light of the many trips taken that way recently, looks very suspicious. C. VV. Palmer and Chas. Huzzurd have leased the west half of the O. R. Co's. lot on Pine St. and are erecting a building which they will occupy as a butcher shop. ELMA Thursday afternoon Fred Genzel, who lives northeast of town was brought to Dr. French's hospital suffering from a stroke of paralysis. C. W. Brown informs us that on the J. J. Keinkins farm on the Wynooche there is a seven year old cow that libb given birth in all to nine calves seven of which have been raised. Eleven Lady Maccabees went out to Mrs. H. F. Taylor's home on Thursday and held their regular meeting. They dined with Mrs. Taylor, and thoroughly enjoyed a most delightful time. The committee having in charge the erection of the new town hall, opened the bids, two in number, and rejected them both, the lowest being between $2900 and $3000. New bids will be called for. A man about 50 years of age by the name of J. K. Chapman left here before the Fourth of July with the intention of going on the Humptulips to buy a place and do some slashing. He told his i wife lie would be back the lirst of August j but has never come or even been heard ! from. Peuliar Disappearance. J. D. Kunyati, of Bntlerville, 0., laid the peculiar disappearance of his painful symptoms, of indigestion and bilious ness, to Dr. King's New Life Bills, lie says: "They are a perfect remedy, fori dizzness, sour stomach, headache, con stipation, etc." Guaranteed at Ked Cross Pharmacy, price 25c. m A New Atlas Of the Northwestern, Western and Middle Western states, with maps of the island possessions, Japan, China, United States, and the world, has just been issued by the Northern Pacific Railway jointly with the Burlington Route and the Groat Northern Railway. It treats of boundaries, history, population, sta tistics, school population, state institu tions, families, farms, manufactures, railway mileage, poßtofficea, minerals and state government of each common wealth traveled by the railways men tioned. A mine of valuable information for $1.00. A. M. Cleland, General Fas senger Airent, Northern Pacific Railway, St. I'aul, Minn. ti ADDITIONAL LOCAL. Piivate Dancing Leaaona at tiie Pavil ion if Martha Aven entered -t. 10-cphV liob piiu this morning for treatment. Three 20-foot lots 011 Fir-' near Michi gan avenn . $150 each. \V 11 La>i ling, lio in 14, Itabney b.ork. Airs. E. E. Eaton ami children Ileppy anil William, left 111 - hi li ning fur a week's visit at the Portland fair. Jnild lvliott arrived from 11 lo Sat urday night. He and Mrs. Elliott left fur the Portland fair this morning. Win. Stewart, Roy Snyder and 11. A. Strange were admitted to St. Joseph's hospital last week eutTeriiij; from typhoid fever. Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Hnlhert and child ren left for Portland this in ruing. Mrs. Hnlhert and childien will remain in Portland, and Mr. Hulb.-rt will go to San Francisco. Mrs. A. H. Jones and daughter, Min nie, left for Portland this morninglto spun! a week at tne exposition. There they will meet Mesdanies F. Holmes and R. Landon, of Grand Rapids, Mich., who will return with them. The following Knights Templar went to Elina yesterday to art as guards of honor at the funeral of City Marshal Clay: P. F. Clark, E. F. Eaton, C. F. Drake, L. L. Maley, A. Krauer, J. G. Lewis, E. C. Morse, C. Holmer. J. 11. Read. The funeral was the largest that has ever heen held in thai town. l.ast night there gathered the largest conurbation which has been brought to gether for worship for many years in Aberdeen. The sermons delivered by the evange.i t are clear and forcible. Many l ave been lead to a new life, great interest is aroused. The sermon tonight will be "The Gospel Train," from a chart. The IlruAi.u officii is indebted to Will F. Lyons, ot Aberdeen (iatdens, for a basket of handsome and delicious fruit, such as would make a splendid showing at the Portland fair, had tnis section been allowed to exhibit. Tie kindness of Mr. and Mis. Lyons duly appre ciated, s icli rare occasio marking a change in the life of a c iintrv editor, whose main effusions ae objections, either to w hat he has -aid, or left unaaM. A Touching Story is the saving from death, of the baby girl of Geo. A. Eyler, Cumberland, Md. lie writes: "At the age of 11 months, our little girl was declining in health, with serious throat trouble, and two physicians gave her up. We were al most in despair, when we resolved to try Dr. King's New Discovery for con* sumption, coughs and colds. The first bottle gave relief; after taking four bottles she was cured, and is now in per fect health." Never fails to relieve and cure a cough or cold. At Rod Cross Pharmacy; 50c and $1.00 guaranteed. Trial bottle free. t Notice to Stockholders. To the stockholders of the Union Mill Co.. You and each of you are hereby notified that a stuckholdeis meeting of the Union Mill company will be held at the mill office of the said company in the City ot Aberdeen, Countv of Chehalis, State of Washington, at the bom of 8 o'clock p. m. on the 16th day of October, A. D. 11105, tor the purpose of voting upon the question of increasing the capital Stock from $40,000.00 to *00,000.110. Dated and signed at Aberdeen, Wash ington, this day of 9th of August A. D, 1905, by the undersigned, being a majority of the trustees of said Union Mill Co. Union Mill Co. Bv T. L. Doi'olah, "j J. A. MAPEK, | .1. 15. Kaksiinkh, | rrusteeß - J. G. Lewis, J Last publication October 15. t Fiendish Suffering is often caused by sores, ulcers and can cer«, that eat away your skin. Wm. Be dell, of Flat Rock, Mich., says "I have used Arnica Salve, for ulcers, sores and cancers. It is the best healing dressing I ever found." Soothes and heals cuts, burns and scalds. 25c at Bed Cross Pharmacy; guaranteed. t PRINTERS' PRODUCTS in their best forms come from printers who watcli carefully for im provements. We know how to do good printing and do it well, as Our Work Speaks for Us. But the printing we do for you will also speak well for your business. Our sign means correct printing. Herald Printery 408 E. Wishkah St. Tel. 531 • ' « m 11 rir^ '• • .V-'-v ■, .< .• '-y ,• ■ ,r . CREECH BROS. CONTRACTORS ★ CARPENTERS and BUILDERS. Estimates, Plans and Specifications Furnished. HOUSE MOVING — PROMPTLY ATTENDED TV Aberdeen. Washino'tor: A MC GEE UPHOLSTERER and CABINET MAKER All kinds of material furnished work. 107 NO '•? "--I i'REET EDWARD K. HAWKINS Ex-Receiver United States Land Officc Attorney at Law Land Office Practice Ileferenees; Capital National Hank, Olympia; Washington National Bank, Seattle: Peoples Savings Bank, Seattle. 415 Pacific Block Seattle, Waih ABERDEEN STEAM LAUNDRY J. M. Lupton, Mgr. Aberdeen Steam I .an miry is equipped with latest improved laundry machinery made, and does as uood work as can be turned out anywhere. Prices Reasonable. Telephone 36t. nor. H ,and Hume 8t» "NEVER IDLE FISH MARKET W. G. CULL EN, Phop. Fresh and Salt Fish, Clams, Crabs, Game and Poultry. Fresh Eg-g-s, 310 South F St, Phoue 201 Aberdeen. Wash. K. J. BRADLEY, U..W?,MILLER, President. Cashier ABERDEEN STATE BANK N. E. Cor. Heron and H St. SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES FOR 'KENT Call and See K. P. Porter Choice brands of ClfilßS AS,'f TOBACCO. Fresh Candies, Fruits'and Nut*. 213 So. F St. Aojrdteu, Waih ELEGTRIG BATHS Come all ye Halt and Lame, Alllicted with rheumatic pain. All such should come and see The wonders of Electricity. Edison is outdone at last By Mits. Kaat/.' Electric Baths; The sick relieved of ail their pain, The well feel better and call again. Mrs. Enuna Kaat/ I OG'i Corner Hume Street and Broadway L. L. Judson Second Hand Store UPHOLSTERING and Furniture Repaired. 106 E. Heron St. Lewis and Clark Exposition. For above occasion round trip tickets will be sold to Portland as follows: INDIVIDUAL tickets. $5.95 on sale daily May 29th, to October 15th, inclusive, good thirty days from date of sale, but not later than Oct. 3lßt. party tickets. $4.45 each for parties of ten or more on one ticket, going and returning together, on sale daily May 29th, to October 15, inclusive, good ten days from date of sale. Northern Pacific Railway Co. ti. ii. liujur, Agent. NOTICL. Rkwakd will lie paid for runt an>l ac- CCBATK IMFORMATtuM of 1!" ksl'ass Of Mum i i iTisft • f nvit described land in Oliehalis count > Twi'. ' 5 11. S»»i- 1, e 1-2 of ti i«. - :of sw 1-4, and sol-. > no 1-4 soo - 1-4 boo 10; hoc* 11 • i 1 f -ic 11. sc M • and a 1-2 oi 800 12. Twp. 18-lu. Nw 1-1 of sw 1 i o 1-2 of so 1-1, sw 1-4 of so 1 -4, lot 7. an«l 1 i «11 s\v 1-4 sec 6: n 1-2 of no 1-4. n\v 1-4 «n l i l-i of sw 1-4, 800 7. Twp. I*9- > 1-2 °f nwl-l, m 1*4,500 5» so 1-4 sto is; aeo 20. *1- of v . i i rtU'l sw 1-4 SOO 26; 012 SoC 80; all n 1-1 see 82. Twp. b-H ifto'* 4, s 1-2 *po 1' • 14. s 1-2 of nw 1-4 soo ?1: in 1 • 1 'of no M ' 1 'no 1-4, soc 2u; ne 1-4 hii«l • 1-2 of * « 22 Twp. 17-7 N w 1-4 soo i' 2 Twp. 17 ft: K so«- i 4. Twi>. »P9: S 1 2 \ I ' ». sw 1-1 of uw 1-1 sec l. e1 -2 so( 5 n w \ . Jr.. Twp. 20 9: Kl-2ofnwM v ■ i I of sw 1-4 sec 8; * 1-2 of s1 2 m»o ft: c - of 1 ' n<l »» 1-2 sec 7; n I*2se< v : n1 ' so . ' fsw 1-1 860 &: nwl-l of u w s, nii'l . sw 1-4 soc 26; n 1-2 of itu I I soo 29; an i i 1 no 1-1 sec 30 Tw p. 20-1 o. N• • 1-1 boc 22. liKOHOK L. Kt.K.r* V nit, Michigan Tho Illinois Central. Maintains unexcelled wi v ice from the we«t to the cast aii<l south. MakingcUxe connection' with trains of all transcon tinental lines, passengers are given their choice of routes to Chicago, Louisville, Memphis ami New Orleans, and through these points to the far fast. Prospective travelers denting infoiilla tion as to lowest rates ami best routes are invite.l to correspondence with the following representative^. I!. II Tnt"min• i.i., Commercial Agent, 14'J Third Mreet, Portland, Or. J. C. I in os i:y, Trav. P. A., 142 Third St., Portland, Or. Pai"l H Thompson, Agent, Colnian Bnildinir, Seat le Wash. IN THK SUPERIOR COURT OF WASIIIN'J ton for Chehalis County. D. McLafFerty, <ieo. McLafferty 1 andE. L. McLafferty, co-partners as McLafferty tV Sons Plaintiffs. I vs. Joseph Dabney and Louise E. !. summons Dabuey, husband and wife.Ab-ji- a"™"""™- deen Manufacturing Co., a cor poration, Thomas Hayes, E. L. Keohler, Carrie Ilorton and (J. E. Weaveriou, Defendants. The State of Washington to the said Joseph Dabney and Louise E. Dabney, husband and wife, Thomas Haves, Carrie Ilorton and G. E. Weaverton, defcud*nts. You are hereby sum moned to appear within sixty (60) days after date of tliv first publication of this summons, to-wit: within sixty (GO) days after the 31st day of July, I.KV), >md defend the above entitled actiou in the above entitled court, and answer the complaint of the plaintiffs, and serve a copy of your uiswer upon the undersigned at torney foi plaintiffs, at his office below stated; and in case of your failure so to do judgment will be render d against you according to the demand of the complaint which has been tiled with the Clerk of said Court. That the object and purpose of the said ac tiou is to enforce and foreclose a claim of lien for work and labor performed and materials furnished by the said plaintiffs in the construc tion and erection of certain Imildiugs, to-wit: One of said buildings on Lot 7, lllock 42, and the other building oil Lot 6, Block 45, orig inal plat of the town, now Cit\ of Aberdeen, Chehalis County, Washington, for the princi pal sum of One Thousand Six Hundred and Seventy-five and 84-iOO ($1,675.84) Dollars, with interest, cost and attorney's fee, against said lots and each of them mid the buildings and improvements thereon situated and the appur tenances appertaining to the said property; and to have the said claim of lien declared a first au't prior lien upon the said propert>; and to have the said property, or so much thereof as may be necessary, sold in satisfaction of the snid indebtedness, interest, cost and attorney's Date of first publication July 31,1905. 1. C. Cross, Plaintiff's Attorney. P. O. Aberdeen, Chehalis County, Washing ton. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF WASHING ton for Chehalis Couuty. Magnesia Asbestos Supply Com-1 pany, a corporation, I Plaintiffs, vs. I O. J. Lawrence and C. Lawrence, | his wife, William L. Tobey and J Summons. Jane Doe Tobey, husband and wife; and Frank L. Tobey ana Jane Doe Tobey, husband and wife, Defendants, The State of Washington to the said William L. Tobey and Jane Doe Tobey, husband and wife; and Frank L. Tobey and Jane Doe Tobey, husband and wife, defendants. You are here by summoned to appear within sixtv (60) days after date of the first publication of this sum mons, to-wit: within sixty (6ul days after the 31st day of July. 1906, and defend the above en titled actiou in the above entitled court, and answer the complaint of the plaintlfffe, and serve a copy of yobr answer upon the under signed attorney for plaintiffs, at his office below stated; and in case of your failure so to do judgment will be rendered against you accord ing to the demand of the complaint which has been filed with the Clerk of said Court. That the said action is brought to foreclose a clai»? or lieu upon certain property situated in Chehalis County, Washiuu on, of which the following is a description, to-wit. Westerly 20 feet of the northerly 81 feet of lot 1, and the easterly one-half of lot 2, in block 37 of the original plat of the Town (now City) of Aber deen. as the same appears upon the recorded plat of the said Town (now City) of Aberdeen, in the office of the Auditor of Chehalis County, Washington and the building and appurte nances thereon situate or belonging; that the said claim or lieu is wha is known in the Statute as mechanic's lien for materials fur nished iu tee construction of imnrvements upon the said real estate upon which there is now due the sum of Fifty (s;>o 00) Dollars mid upward, and for costs and attorney's fees, and to have the said claim of lieu declared a first and prior lien unou the said property; and to have the said property, or so much thereof as may be necessary, sold in satisfaction of the said indebtedness, interest, cos., and attorney's fees. Date of first publication July 31,1905. J. C. '-HOSS, Plaintiffs Attorney. P. O. Aberdeen, Chehalis Comity, Washing ton. IN THE HUI'ERICR COURT OF THE STATE of Washington in ami for Chchalis County. In the Matter of the Estate, No , ine <)f gß|c q( Alvin 0. Pearson, Deceased) Rual KBtttte - Notice is hereby Riven, that in pursuance of an order of Hale made on the 29th dav of July. 1905, and entered on the Hist day of July. 1905, by the superior Court of the State of Washing ton in and for Chehalis Couuty, in the matter of the estate of Alvin O. Pearson, deceased, the undersigned, administrator of said estate, will sell at publie ancrion, subject to confirmation by the court, the follow in described real property situ tied in Chehalis County, State of Washington, to-wit: The South lialf of the Northwest quarter (SV£ «>f N W4), tlie Northwest quarter the Southwest, quarter NW 1 ..'0f SW ! 4) aud the Hourhwest quarter of the Northeast quarter (SWJ4 .»f of Section Two (2) in Township Twenty ('2Ol North of Range Ten (10) West of Willamette Meridian. Said sale will be made oil the 31st day of August, 1905. at 2 o'clock H. M. of said day at the law »mc» of C. W. Hodtcdou, on the Eighth street, between .1 and K streets, in the City of Hoquiam, Chehali* County, Washington;terms of sale are cash in gold coin of the United States, ten ner < err of the bid payable at the time of sale, aud the balance upon confirma tion by the court. Dated this Ist day of August, A. D. 1905. First publication August 7, 1905. Last publication August 28, 1905 C. c. Sargent, Administrator of the Estate of Alvin O. Pear sou, deceased. WM. ZTEGLER. Boot and Shoemaker. The repair shop at JEFF'S SHOE STORE is once mure in my charge. I am the pioneer shoemaker, my work is first claws and tne prices are right. WILLIAM ZIEGLER, Postoflice Block.