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Aberdeen herald. (Aberdeen, Chehalis County, W.T.) 1886-1917, October 16, 1905, Image 5

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Your Mirror
will reflect tlie most stylish aiul becoming effects if you
choose your Suit here. There are a great many styles
and shapes in vogue—we have the latest of each.
Only Exclusive Tailor Made Ladies' snit House
on Grays Harbor.
303 10 ist Market Street.
Te'O" of the Town Tersely Told.
Dr. Smii h, <»-•<?< >pnt 1< 7 S P.O. block,
Tin* ITeiaM Printer makes a specialty ,
of weddimr Mationerv. !
I»r. <•. K Ch imhenain. Rooms 8, 9
and 10, Dahney I'.lo' U tf
Wliv do you ron li. White Pine will
stop it, Kvans Drug (V». tf
Mrs. Ilat'ie vV'iiu- ami son, Charles,
went to I'ort'an l. Kridav.
Mad.one M u r zinc ai d the Herald for
one yea fir■ $2 O'l m advi'vp. rf
The enrollment of the public schools is
12!.j per cent over year
Dr. Sullivan \\>ll lie at K L K. Phar
macv until N v »».t. <{ias«e»» fitted, tf
Ask vnur doctor what he thinks of our
prescription service. Evans Drug Co.
Mr. anil Mrs. Griffith, of the Hotel
Washington. vMtr> 1 in th" upper part of
the country Friday nd Satnrd v.
Hubert Karshtier was taken to Moute
sano Frfd.k>, to In
placed in the hospital <u Sieilaooora.
For Sale—2o Acre- of land, 3 miles
from Aberdeen, $40 pet ac.e. Write
address, A. Stone, Box 625, Aberdeen.
Alti tone will restore your nppe ite
anil revitalize vonr svsteni, take it now
and grow strong, Ptic<»sL Fvans Drug
Co. tf
Two of Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Beardsley's
children were taken to the Aberdeen
General hospital Friday, suffering with
A lady stenographer and bookkeeper
wishes a position Experience in law
and lumber offices. Address Shorthand,
Herald office. tf
Architects Reid & Brmgs are preparing
plans for a building to be placed on the
corner of Heron and I street, west of the
Masonic Temple.
The public schools cleared $41. astheir
share of the entertainment given in the
Congregational church last Thursday
afternoon and evening.
On Friday Collector"'' Customs Parker,
of Astoria, was in the city, and on Satur
day went to North Reach on business
connected with his offiee.
Mrs. Henry Bouvette was the t»ii"st of
honor at the residence of Mrs. W. 15.
Mack, Fiiliy afternoo■>. Mrs. Mick
was a a siste I in receiving <v Mrs. A«iah
B. Weisenber_'cr, who was conv'cted
of assault with intent to commit murder,
in Aberdeen, wis sentenced on Satur
day, by the superior court, to six years
in the penitentiary.
Mr. ami Mrs. Levi Welsh left on Sat
urday to attjnd tI»H funeral of their ni ce,
Miss S. Gleasin. wliicl to >k par • at
Elma Sunday, at 11 a. m. from the Ho
man Catholic church.
A number of the Knights of Pythias of
Aberdeen and Elma expect lo be in llo
quiam tomorrow evening, to attend the
banquet to b iriven by the Knights of
Pythias of that place.
Girls, if you want red lips, laughing
eyes, sweet breath and good look-*, n*e
Hollistet's R ckv Mountain Tea. The
greatest beau'ifier known. 35 cents, Tea
or Tablets. W. B. Paine & Co.
"In Montesano," was posted on the
city clerk's office door, Friday. It tueai t
that the city council were in attendance
at the superior ..court, in the case of
Creech it Finch vs. City of Aberdeen.
The electric car for the Cosmopolis-
Aberdeen line has ariived, and like
everything else that the companv has
shipped in, is lirst class. It is expected
that the road will he read) by the mid
dle of next month.
The fol'owittg cash fees were collected
during the month of September by tha
county officers: Auditor, $530.40; clerk,
$412.30; sheriff. $10 05; Justice Warren,
$10 85; Justice lu x $55; Constable Ans
tie, $22.00; Constable Cooper, $14.10.
B. Oppenlieinier, who was convicted
of obtaining nmnev under falp© pretenses
in Aberdeen, was sentenced, on Satur
day, to one year in the penitentiary.
Tins was as lenient as the court could be
under the evidence adduced during I lie
The Montesano Lumber & Manufac
turing Co. has filed articles nf incoipnra
tion, capital $50,(VM. Trustees are: (!
W. Ninemire, 15. Q. Cheney, C. H. dem
ons, F. \V. liyles, F. L. Carr. Company J
will manufacture lumber, shinnies and
Other products. I
The State Business College offers for
the month nf October a hall month free
tuition and the lowest rates for a course
found on the Coa«t anywhere. Out
school is all new anil furnished in weath
ered oak. We teach the famous Gregg
shorthand. Write for this special rate.
Moffi»t Bros., S. 9th and Tauoma avenue,
Tacoma, Wash. 6 -U-m
Mrs. W. A. Morrow , of Ocosta, is visit
ing friends in the city.
Madame Magazine and the Herald for
one year $2.00 in advance. tf
Mrs. Harvy Lord left for Hillhurst,
Pierce county, this morning.
Charles Sullivan was discharged from
St. Joseph's hospital Saturday.
Mrs. C. H. demons, of Montesane,
was a visitor to the city Saturday.
Keep your warm with one of our
hot water bottles. Evans Drug Co. tf
Miss Dora P>ox entered Mie Grays Har
bor hospital yesterdav for treatment.
Mr. Hunter arrived last week from
Kansas to visit his daughter, Mrs. I. C.
j City Warrants Wanted. —A few bun
! dred dollars of current expense wat rants.
: Jno J. Carney. tf
Those who use daintv stationary will
find the latest in box paper* at out store.
I Evans Drug Co. tf
Martin J. Ebersihard. of St. Paul,
Minn., is the gtie-t of Kev. Fr. Gibben,
tit St. Joseph's 11 -Miit.il.
Those new mti- . il instruments are
now in call and ex mine them and get
prices, ttvuus Di ug t/O. tf
The degree team of the Woodmen of
the World gave one of their pleasant
dancing parties Saturday evening.
Three honges on corner A street and
second, lent for $22 per month, $1350.
Will Lanning, Room 14, Dabney block.
It makes no difference how long yon
have been sick, if yon are troubled with
indigestion, constipation, liver and kid
ney troubles, Hollistcr's Rocky Mountain
Tea will make you well, 35 cents. W.
B. Paine & Co.
Byron Weatherwax, who has been en
gineer on the government transport
! Sheridan, has been transferred to the
government drafting rooms a' .San Kran
| cisco. This is much more congenial
j work for Mr. Weatherwax, and is also
I in the way of promotion.
I The following marriage licenses were
issued during the past week: Donald
Stephenson, Mrs, Sadie Stephenson: Ira
Williams, Emma Hart; Carl A. Johnson,
Gr tee Amsberv ; Julius A. Dninske.Mrs,
Sallie R. Coffee; Bert Gibson, Mrs.
| Stella Losey ; James Bullock, Cora l'ul
. ver; U, P. Brown, Enl» A. Jameson;
jW. 11. Taylor, Mabel Mathews; Robt.
i M. Lock, Electa M. Zeebuyth.
j Full of enthusiasm, tne Aberdeen High
s'hool classes parade 1 the business
streets Friday evening, advertising the
football game which was to take p'ace at
: the old athletic grounds Saturday after
-1 noon, between Centralist and Aberdeen
| High Bchool teams The rattle of cans
1 and drums and tint tooting of horns was
I sufficient to call tb° attention to the tact
' that something wts going to happen.
Mrs. F. M. Stullz lias received from
: her brother, John Salisburv, of Be'v -
! dere, Montcalm county, Michigan, it
number of beautiful apples, gtown on his
farm. One of them now in th s office,
measures 15 inches atound and weighs
,one and one-ha f pounds. In appear
ance it looks like a wine sat — aid looks
good to eat. It is known as the
W i!v line varie'y, and if dicing n cm
raise many more like it, it Will go hard
, with Washington to hold the palm for
| fruit raising.
The shadow social given by the East
ern Star at the residence of Mr. and Mrs.
E. A. Rupert, Friday evening, was so
well attended that the house was crowd
ed. Cards were played, and then fob;
lowed the sale of shadows, each uentle I
' man paying 50 cents for the shadow that
was to eat lunch with him. John G. j
Lewis was the auctioneer, which meant
that each gentleman was satisfied with 1
j his shadow and cliee fully paid the 50'
cents. Four c< nples were entitled to
' prizes, nnd lots were drawn to determine '
! wtio should receive them.
Fountain Syrinaes
We sell a good guaranteed Fountain Syringe for $1.00
Two or three quarts. Call and see them.
Telephone 611, | Telephone 611.
Cor. Heron and G Sts.
Leading Prescription Druggist.
f¥i I L L i i%i E R Y
New and Up-to.Date. Pric s Right
]VI rs. D.J. \Vhee 1e r
302 Markets root. Aberdeen, Washington.
Clia«. K. Wilson s still confined to the
! house by slight illness.
Tlie city library is moving today to its
new quarters, in the city hall.
The number of pupils enrolled at the
cilv public schools is now 1032.
Mace Mitchell was discharged from the
Aberdeen General hospital Saturday.
Corner lot. '.'5 by 100 feet near Western
Cooperage, *1-5. Will I.annfng, Room
14, Dabney block.
Spring chichens always on hand at the
Never Idle Fi«h Market. Phone 201,
310 South F street.
Miss Ella Murphy, of Montesano, visit
ed Aberdeen la«t week, the guest of Miss
Agnes McGillicuddy.
Go to the Never Idle Fish Marked and
get your ch.ckens for Sunday dinner.
Phone 201, 310 South F street.
Wanted, by a competent book-keeper
one or two sets of books to take care of.
Inquire at the Hkk.-\ld office. tf
Toe Christian Endeavor Society of the
Presbyterian church gave a verv pleasant
social Friday evening at the manse.
S. J. Moe came up from the Burrows
Co. camp Saturday with a cut aim, and
entered the Aberdeen General hospital.
City Treasurer Sargent has called in
warrants on the water fund, up to and
including No. 138. Interest thereon
ceased October 13.
Mrs. Arthur Peasley returned last
week from Seat'le, where she had been
visiting Captain Peasley, whose vessel
was loading at that port.
Hoy Kibbe, a son of Editor Kibbe, of
Elina, died Saturday at his home at Pe
Kit. The young man was a son-in-law
of J. M. Lewis of Aberdeen.
Albert Peterson came up from Ho
qiiiam last night and entered the Aber
deen General hospital, injured in the
chest by being stiuck with a cable.
No. 1210 E Wifhkah, five large rooms,
new house, lot tilled, rents for $10 per
month, $Ss'); $150 down, $15 per month.
Will Lanning, Boom 14, Dabney block.
There was a very interesting article in
the Seattle IVI. yesterday, by MrsCaio
line McKinlay, of this city, on the Imlltin
legen is of the Wishkah and Hoqniain j
12 Room house on D street near First,
good lodging and hoarding house for
rent, $22.50 per month, will sell for .
$Isio. Will Lanning, Room 14, Dabney
block. " !
Miss Matjoty Git ton returned on Sat-,
urday from Salem, Oregon, where she
ii;ts been visiting Iter si iter. El zabpth, 1
who is attending the Willam 'tte Uni
versity at i hat place.
G. P. Clerin was over from Portland j
over Sunday nt'ending to matters con-1
uocted with 'lie Western Cooperage, lie J
1 ft for his home this morning well satis- i
tied with conditions here.
Mr and M s. John Ethier went to;
Seat'le last week, to witness the drama- j
' tic production of Bet: llur, and to visit!
their cousin, Alphonse Kthiei who takes;
the part of ludah in the play.
Mr. and Mrs. R. Fnrnam, who have ■
been the guests of Mr. and Mrs. A, H. i
Farnatn for several weeks, left Saturday
for Salt Lake City, and from there will
return to their home in Michigan.
Indigestion, constipation, dyspepsia,
kidney and liver disorders and all s'om
ach tio.ihli s pos't'vely cured by using
ilolliste''s Uocky Mountain Tea. 35 cts,
Tea rl a- lets W. 15 Pain •it Co.
T.e Tilacum Hiyu Wawa club will i
meet with Mi . .1. I! llaynes tomorrow
afternoon if the wea'ber is pleasant. If
it is at all rainy, lb.- club will meet with •
Mrs. L. L. Clojd, sit the Baptist par '
sotiage. !
Miss Bertha Ogden, of Portland, is
visiting Aberdeen friends, and it. is said
her presence in the city is largely the
cause of the broad smile worn by Mr.
Latnk, the popular clerk at the Shelley
diug store.
Tiie members of St. Andrew's Episco
pal church have engaged the Rev. R. 11.
Barnes, la e of Seattle, as pastor, at a
salary of $1,200 per annum and lectory.
Mr. Barnes I.as been in the city three
wi eks looking over the field, and is well
satisfied with the outlook. He has
alread" organized the boys of the church
into a surpliced elioir and they will fur
nish the music for next Sunday set vice.
b T Usher was taken to St. Joseph's
hosp Saturday.
s Chailes Hagblew was admitted to St.
I Joseph's hospital Saturday,
e, N I unity, of Montesano, was admitted
j to St. Joseph's hospital Saturday,
a ! The Elks will give the rirst c ocial dance
of the season next Friday evening,
l j Mrs. Thomas Moigan went up the
1 country this morning to visit friends.
An operation was perfortne lon William
3 | Nyglen Saturday, at St. Joseph's hospital.
On Saturday W. J. Bundy was taken
. to St. Joseph's hospital, suffering with
9 typhoid fever.
Al. Bauer left this morning for Hot
1 1 Lake, Oregon, where he will try to get
. j rid of his rheumatism.
| P. Gormley was discharged from St.
r Joseph's hospital Saturday, and returned
• I to his home in Montesano.
A. W. Middleton and S. M. Anderson
| will leave tomorrow for Bar Harbor,
California. They will be accompanied
by Miss Lou Anderson, who will visit
1 her father.
' Charles Johnson, of Cosmopoiis, died
Saturday at St. Jo eph's hospital within
two hours after his adm ssion to that
' institution. His funeral took place yes
terd ty at Cosinopolis, services being held
in the M. E. church.
' C. W. Miller, of the Aberdeen Sta'e
1 ( b ink, entertained in honor of Miss Isabel
1 ! McDermoth and Koy Sargent yesterdi y
\ evening. The whole of the bridal parly
f | were present, and are loud in their praise '
s ; of Mr. Miller as a host.
' John Bush and Edward Duffy, of
Grand Rapids, Mich., arrived Friday
evening, to visit their aunt, Mrs. F. M. i
Still tz, and will probably make their |
! home in Aberdeen. Mr. duffy is a broth
er of Mrs. W. E. Hill, and Mr. Bush is a
t brother-in-law.
Since the heavy storms of the past
week millions of clam spats have appea -
ed on the ocean beach. Clam cannery
| men allege that this proves that the
' ; spawning season is as late as July, and
that the close season, which has been
' fixed by law to begin May 1, is totally
wrong and unnecessary.
The Aberdeen Fire Department will
celebrate its fifteenth anniversary next .
' Thursday afternoon by dedicating their,
| new rooms in the ci'y hi" M"sic aud '
■ ; lunch will be served all the afternoon- to :
i which the public is invited. In the'
i 1 evening the department will entertain;
, the city council and visiting firemen.
Kufns Anderson who lias been in
I ; Alaska between eight and ten yours, re
. turned to Aberdeen Friday evening and
, w as the guest of his sister, Mrs. Sauers
. until this morning, when he I'ft for San
■ Fram isco. Mr. Sailers -.vent to Portland '
I I expecting to meer him there and returned
| Saturday to find Rufus already here. '
; Mr. Anderson will return in about 10
days and spend the winter in Aberdeen.!
A. J. West returned Saturday evening
■ from his business trip in the east. Mr.'
! | West was unable to make a satisfactory j
1 | arrangement with the N. P. Ry. Co. in I
regard to the spur to fiis new mill flifp. *
Ii- • i
, Tne railroad company insisted that Mr. j
West build the spur, except furnishing!
,! and laying the iron, and then give the
railroad a perpetual right-of-way over it I
: and across his land. This Mr. West de
l clined to do, and will now lan d the spur
j coin pi et tf himself.
Died Thursday Last Fron the Effects of
The funeral of Marion E Veysoy, wiio
' died in this city, took place from the
Beardslev Bros, undeitaiung parlors yes
terday afternoon, the. Rev. C. McDeimoth j
; ofliciatiiig.
Mr. Veysey was suffering from appen- 1
dicitis and underwent a surgical opera
tion dyitor within a day after. He had
; beei caied for bv iiis brother (diaries
and later was moved to the hospital
where he died. I
The funeral was attended by a large
number of friends, Mesdaines S. M. An- j
(ierson and fl. If. Carter and Messrs. 1 '
Einil Pfnnd and F. 11. Hart, furnishing
the music tor the occasion. j,
Mr. Veysey was 43 years old was a
native of Wisconsin aiel a citizen of
Chehalis county for 12 years, the last 6 j.
years bein.: associated in business with' l
' his brother Chailes, both on the harbor
and in the towns of Montesano and ;
Body of Hanson Enokson it Found in the '
Wishkah l^iver,
The body of Hanson Enokson, the '
sailor on the schooner Forester who was .
drowned at the Wishkah street ferry ! 1
landing on the .light of October 1, was |
found floating in the river this morning <
within less than 100 yards from where !
he fell into the river.
The remains were taken to the B ards
ley Bros, undertaking parlors, from
whence the funeral took place this after
noon, tinder the auspices of the Sailors |
Union. j
Railsplitler.. A,ter y°» rea
J said frying to fool all the line " storit
' all t. e people all
the time is a losing about so and So s 3-
eame- .ir-f "> cat
it is, bat some lllt > . sIIOCS f OV WOme "
pe<; le are slow drop into this store am
finding it out ,
. , see t»c boots that need
'Governor shoes for men
. fcre worth what 110 folliousiiess.
cost and cost no more We j ust show them
than wh.it they are
> worth. —became they and the lady S2VS:
•re Pingree-Made
"I'll take them."
for choice of teat hers
j Jeff's Shoe Store
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jdfjGwfe LONG, L
Room B, Dabney Btk. Over Pfvr '»
fWAII work irniiranfec.l. N OP h«i for ■«.
tiou where tcctii t<re ordered.
Full net. teeth fs.oo CoM rn\vii.!£2K....W.oO /&§!&£&
Bridge work 4.00 Col.l inline 1.10 l) 1 . <.«■»
Porcelain crown . 4.60 silver tilling 60 JStl" , - ' sS'
Painless extinction fO If I
OHlce Houpr, 8:30 to S; Sunday ft to 12 M ..
Get your wife
to study practical economy by buying yotu
groceries of SHELLY BROTHERS
Then you get the best
there is, at the lowest possible prices. Dealing
with reliable grocers means a big saving to you
| Remember I
That S. K. Bowes will buy your house or your lot, *
§ or he will sell them for you. v
* Small payment down —monthly payments. *
$ S
* Some £ood bargains in houses 011 easy teruu;. *
% 211 South GSt root Tolo;»liono 701 £
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t Grigp HtrAnra Compaq •
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A and see the display of triple plated granite *
I . *•
T at prices paul for a cheap ware.
A So. 8 Keit'e for $1.10 Is a SiinifY.
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Come and examine for yourself. 9
if ' *
I Griggs Hardware Co. 1
:: 404 E. HERON St. Te!. 431:
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A. F. Coats, Pres. h. C. Dunlop, Vice-Pres. C. M. Fridlcnder, Sec. R 'ohnsor ♦
Purity of our Food Products ever our t
object. t
A new Stock, fresh and un-to-date. *
Prices as low as possible for a good «
quality of goods. X
A clean, cheerful, bright Grocery Store. Call and see lis. £
We shall always welcome yon, whether you puchase or 110 L a
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