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THE GREAT REI^OVAL Is now on. Never before in the historv of Aberdeen was there such an opportunity for Christmas buyers to buy their Christmas goods f<>r less than manufactur er's cost You know the reason win ? Well, you see, we expected to move to our new corner store December Ist, and of course bought a larye stock of goods for the new store Now the new store is not ready, and we are crowded to the skies with Holiday Goods. W have decided to offer the following goods at prices that will make them go 1847 Rogers Bros, knives or forks, per set $I.C>5 1847 Rogers Bros, teaspoons, per set 1.25 1847 Rogers Bros, butter knives, each .50 1847 Rogers Bros, sugar spoon .50 Quadruple silver butter dishes; worth S4 2.00 i i,, nf lr.mle silver pitchers, worth 54 2.50 Ami thousands of other Xmas presents too numerous to mention. We will keep for you until Xmas anything you select now. , SEE THE BIG SIGN ACROSS THE STREET— Burnett Brothers Diamond Merchants ABDRDCEK SEATTLE CHEHALIS Sem*-We*ic»Y Alrt'i'deen Herald. j , -i — l «-verv Monday and Tnutbday ,| • t \KSKV, Mliir and proprietor . . . poat-offlee at Aberdfeeo* Waah., a*? seco id-cUuw mail matter SUBSCRIPTION KATK-. One - six mouth* *«■ One year, rash in ad.ance 1-5® Cue Heral-i is the oldest paper on Harbor, and has a larger circu- I ulon tfcan any other paper in Chehalis o unty Advertising contracts are b vsed upon this claim ot circulation, hid * ' rr. "nov due on contracts execu te 1 uncier mis statement, w.il be for te ed :f the statement be not absolute ly tru-;. (jov I) Ma**., knows some thing about the problems that cotrfront a manufacturer, an'l he said in a speech in Springfield, that he would gladly give up the duty of 2 r > per cent on shoes "for free hides and free sole leather. If the handicap of taxed leathers were taken away I could manufacture shoes as cheaply us anv foreign manufacturer and could safelv meet th« competition of the world." Djwn with the robber tariff. There will he no river an'l harbor bill at tf;<* -'"!i ff congiess this winter. Without a p' rk we dont know how some of the members are going to live ti.r until tlie new grass comes. A s- of Tammanv leaders liave found it necessary to leave the city at t - t their health, ihe |mlitieal atnio-p v N York is certainly un lii- i'i !i ! nvitc-" these days. Tom I .aw- m is held on a libel charge I> a' .tli--" he is disappoint <* 1 h-- •; court did not make it in does not like small tilings. Seti.it- r K- 'aker explains that the de feat ol 1. - party in <>hio was due to local causes. True, an 1 he was one of the local ca Cure For Sore Nipples. As so a a- tin- child is done nursing apply Chamberlain's -alve. Wipe it off with a soft cloth before allowing the child t nurse. .Many trained nurseH use this with the best results. Price 23 cents per box. For sale by Evans Drug Cc. t IMPORTANT MEETING A p'lhljr meft'n,' will be held in the Citv Council on Friday i»i*. l'e«>Miiber b. to cun-ider the definite location of ilie county «*«»nrt hou^e. All ► hould make an effort to at'end thi«* a* m in important tfiat ttie ViKW- of M.L \r. expressed i i order fo secure ttin judgment of the entire "harbor o • this important question. In the call for the niepfinjf, the subject has been won* into exaumively, and space forbid" any remarks further than that this in one i f the mo-i important ma*.ten* th*t ha- c<nhonx**<\ Al»erdeen lor years. Von -h«»u d all attend. s. K Bowes Chairman Aberdeen Chamber of Com mence. ALONG THE WATER FRONT Vessels Coming and Going and Loading at the Saw Mills. The <iHidnt-r Ci'y i" load ng at thf i Hart-Wcod mil f -r Sin I'edro. I The schooner A. F. Coats is at the Union mill loading for Francisco. The schooner'W. J. I'at'erson in Ifra*i ing at the American mill for >an Fran j cisco. The schooner I'spada failed today from the West & Slade mill for San I'edro. The schooner Dora B'nhm 'ailed to dav from the West Jc .-lade mill for Sail I' d o. Ttie schooner It. C. Slade is loading at ' the West A Slade mill for Santa Ro-alia, ; Mexico. ! The steamer G. C. l.indaner bailed this morning from the t*-ill for san Francisco. The schooner Al"x T. Brow n if at the West & Siade mill, loading for Sidney, ' Australia. The steamer New burg sailed today from the West & Slade mill for San Francisco. » The schooner Come' is at the Aber deen Lumber & Shiriile mills, loading for Sail I'edro. The barkentine Wrestler is among the craft loading at the West oc ftlaie mill for sot'thern ports. Ihe schooner Sophia Christianson is loading at <lie Aberdeen I. imljer .4 Shin gle mills for >ati Francisco. The barkentine Newsboy arrived in port Tuesday, and is at the West c\; .slade mill, loading lor ."an Francisco. The schooner R. S. Jackson arrived in port this week, and is loading at the Wilson mill for San Francisco. The schooner Oliver J. Olson arrived in |>ort Tuesday, and is loading at the ( Hart-Wood mill for San Francisco. Loose-leaf system printing and ruling a specialty. Herald Prlntery. ABERDEEN HERALD, THURSDAY DECEMBER 7. 1905 S-day mantle clocks worth 10.00 0.00 Gold watches worth 20.00 12.00 Silver watches worth 12.00 6.00 Gold link cuff buttons worth 4.00 2.< HI) Fine hand painted toilet sets, comb, brush and mirror, worth 8.00 5.00 Remember That S. K. Bowes will buy your house or your lot. or he will sell them for you. LOTS IN CLOSE Small payment down—monthly payments. Some good bargains in houses on easy terms. S. K. BOWES WITH PATTERSON 6. LOCK £ CO. Soiltli Cr Street Telephone 791 ZELASKO FURNITURE COMPANY. S. J. KOLTS, PROP. Largest Line of Holiday 6oods in Grays Harbor. Chairs, Rockers, Desks, Tables, Rugs and Carpets.. Agents for Ostermoore Mattresses. . Phone 1601. 415 E. Wishkah FOR CHRISTMAS PRESENTS There is nothing so appropriate as a piece of fine china. We have the largest and finest stock ever shown in Aberdeen. Low Prices in Plain Figures. WHEELER BROS, Mitchell Building, Market and G Streets. A long list of satisfied patrons is the leading advertisement of the Herald Printery. From a car ticket to a full sheet poster. We ask to figure on your work. ''' " " • wu'V ' ' ' ''l ! LIQUOR. OPIUM and TOBACCO I H AHITC. a ' <[»ficT vs i| 11.-AU! IJ, a NU VLWVt I \MALMWN i| 91KEEIY !?ISTITUTE | ■ THE ONLY ONE IN WASHINGTON OR B C M I Vzrszzzs. SEATTLE, WASH. | In Mad Chase Millions rush in m.nl chase af'tr health, (mm one extreme of faddism to another, when, if they would only eat fo'."l, and Kceji their towel.s re.'ui u with Dr. Kina* Sew Life Pills, their trniib'es would all pass away Prompt relief ami (juii'k cure lor liver and ftom ach trouble. 25c at Ked Cross Phar luacy. t If you want to Advertise in newspapers anywhere at anytime call on or write E. C. Dake's Advertising Agency 134 Sansome Street BAH FRANCIBQQ CALIF, Gold babv rings worth 1.50 .75 Silver thimbles worth 35c .20 Silver hat pins worth 50c anH 75c 25 Jeweled hat pins worth 50c .25 Silver Souvenir Spoons worth 1.00 .50 AT THE time and you want the best. only**^^p^. one brand suggests itself- & the old reliable, time tried JESSE MOORE WHISKEY jOH^^HAß^^gent| South Aberdeen Store i?. e. ro\ . °P en his new * to re '» South Aberdeen, Saturday. Dec, 2 with a full stock of Groceries making- specialties of Tea, Coffee, Flour and Feed. Pi"no Timing ol . gan B(>I „ lh .j lls PIANOS $6.00 AND UP Best known makes including Ives & Pond Pianos. Call on or address JAMES ARNOLD, 111 south I street, Aberdeen.