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"iffy Tsars the Standard •DSt W C. HAM EAnSNS nwm A Cream sf Tartar Powder $.&(* from Srapss mt ALUM IN CHFHAI.IS COUNTY fiAPPENINfiS IN ALL PARTS OF T Hr CUUNTY. items oi Interest From till Sections ot (lie! i'l County, Gathered by Aberdce.'. 'crald Correspondents and Gleaned Prom Our County Uxtlwi.i , ELMA Mrs. StanU.n ltowell left Saturday for a short visit at Olympia. George A very went to Aberdeen Wednesday dternoon on business. A. Agi' \v has purchased the raa tuifiery of the Klma steam laundry. Mr. and Mr toe Tcvhold, Jr., ma 'o i business trip to Aberdeen Monday. Mrs. Iluah ' : i ■ u r. rived i:i Klma Jlonday to visit relatives and irienda a 'i* days. ■/. CC. OT)i nne'l It f' Sunday morning fc r a visit at l'acoma where his children s;e attending school. iVI. M. Wakefield and daughter re rnrned Mon«i:'.> morning from Aberdeen, Mrs. Wakefieid remaining to visit. Tal Billack, tvho has been in Elma for nine time, departed Tuesday evening for -li.i Francisco by way of Aberdeen. Mrs. Sam Wray went to Oakville and <ifympia Tuee , in company with Mrs. i'iias. Wolfe, of lukville, on a visit. Ed Jones, u prominent real estate dealer of Aberdeen, was in Elma last week calling on relatives and friends. MONTESANO Mrs. Clias. H. demons ami children left Saturday (or Tacoma to visit friends a few days. Miss Bulk; K uio, of Ballard, lias been appointed teacher in district 48, on the MishLuli river. Mrs. Fieldy (Reason, accompanied by lier sons, wen to Klma Tuesday, to Tisit friends and relatives. Miss Pearl Abbott has been engaged to teach tiio school in district 47, near Elma, the fall ("'in opening there this «eek. There is m r<. building going on in Monteeano thai< lias been witnessed for jnoie time and indications point to quite a boom in the future. Mrs. Baker, the wife of the former de pot agent here, has been down from Ta coma for several days, visiting Mrs. Carl Keulaffand utiic friends. The Monte?ano Lumber A Manufac turing Co., is putting up a big stable nt the end of Main reet, near the bridge and will have sll ndid quarters there for their valuable teams. Elma Wi's r <pr'Sentod here Saturday ♦vening by .ii ind Mrs. L. I. Wak •- field, Miss Lena Costello and Mr. Dan Stewart. The party drove down and had a very plea aut ride. The faiTiojv up along the Wvnoocbe »;e arranging to run a rural telephone .ine from tlia Montosano exchange to ilieir respective homes, so as to be in direct communication with this city and vach other. The following marriage licenses were issued last week: I.ewis L. Cannon, -Itilia Carroll; D. C. Hall, Laura E. Swan; 11. M, Brainier, Isabel Durga; Victor Hill, Lissie Olson; K. C. Bunnell, lire. Melisiiu Wray; John G. Hopkins, Edith D. Davidson; Mooses Anderson, Aiuanea Pikkarainen; Geo. A. Brown, Efße Smith; Fiank I'. Drake, Marie E. Cox. Uaniel Gleason, who lives at Grove, leads down word that the big grain bin • f .Schafer Bros., collapsed last Saturday ♦vening, the 1800 bushels of oats which it contained, completely burying seven head of horses that wore in the stable below. Three of these horses belonged to Andrew Smith and the others to Schafer Bros. Andrew Smith's driver was in the stable at the time and was nearly surtbcated, but he and the other horses were finally extricated. HOQUIAM. The Grays Harbor Lumber Company has 121 employes ou its pay roll. \ Mrs. Clias. E. Kuhn, who lias been visiting friends in the East, returned home Friday. Lester Acteson returned home Friday from Southern Oregon where he went ! after a timber claim. Born—-Thursday morning, October 4, to the wife of Mr. Frank Lamb, a daugh ter —eight pounds. Ben Grigsbv, who was the victim of a etioke of paralysis on Thursday after- noon, is in a precarious condition. Ben Huff is located in Tacoma, where ho is meeting with a ready sale for his j patent device for loading and unloading | logging trains. i Attorney lleath left yesterday morn j ing fer Toledo, O-, but expects to return i in time to cast a vote for the removal of the county peat. Jonas Davis who recently sold his > property in Copalts to John Cooper, is i now located at Moclips where he is in , vesting in city realty. Mr. and Mrs. S. 0. Hackett and two sons, Frank and Johnnie, left last week for Shelton, where he has accepted a i position in the shingle mill. OAKVILLE J. 11. Cooper left Thursday for an ex tended hunting trip over on Hood's Canal. Mrs. Lena Glover and little daughter, Willena, came over from I'e Ell Monday afternoon. State Senator .T. li. o'lJonnell and K. S. Avey, of Klma, were in our city last Monday on business. A. I). Devonshire, president of the Monteeano State Hank, was doing busi ness in Oakville Wednesday. J. E. Muirey, of the Murrey Lumber Co., went to Tacoma Wednesday, to see what could he douo about getting cars for lumber shipment. Mr. Murrey has over sixty car loads of lumber and spars piled np at the mill but can't get cats to ship a stick of il. Mrs. It. E. Williams of Garrard Creek, discovered a bear crossing their orchard, last Friday. She ran for a gun and fired at him three times breaking his back. As she had no more cartridges, she went to the house after some, and when she returned the bear lay on the ground deiul. Upon examination It was found that all three shots had taken effect. HIGH SCIIHOL STUDENTS Hold a County Fair in Hie Gymnasium Saturday Evening. On Saturday evening the students of the High school gave a reception to the Iligh school football team of Olympia, ; in the Gvmnasium, and everybody and i his cousin were there. | Booths of every descriptiod were in | evidence and everything found in a ! county fair, as a side show, could be > found in the building. Two fortune | tellers' booths, presided over by Professor jA. A. Hoover, and the Misses Hazel | Magill and Ida Thompson, respectively; ' a museum of curiosity, with the Misses ! Ada Johnson and Theresa McCann in 'charge; a baby show, overseen by Miss J. A. Bliss ; a bean bag game, with Alan- I son McDermoth as the guiding star; a | shooting gallery, where Lou I3ecken ; hauer gathered in the nickels; a min -1 strel show, Norman Greene acting as showman ; a shoot the shutes, Messrs. Fred Heath and M. A. Garlock handling ] the car; a Hungarian restaurant, where | the juniors dispensed refreshments; a 1 lemonade booth, the Misses Sadie Nelson and Laura Hutbert taking care oi the glasses; a candy stand, from which the Misses Nan Allard and Edith Moulton | sold sweets made by the girls of the j High school; roasted peanuts were sold ' by Miss Ethel Sargent, and Miss Frances Fox sat if. Bed the youngsters with pop ( corn. It was a jovial gathering and young and old vied with each other in taking | in all that there was in aight, to the great satisfaction of those who had to , meet the expenses of the visiting team. COUNTY COMMISSIONERS licpurl of First Meeting of Regular October Term. The board of county commissioners met in regular session at Montesano on Monday, Oct 1, the full board being present. The application of Thomas Connor, for saloon license at Satsop was laid over. The surveyor was directed to make estimate of cost of a bridge across the Wynooche river, to connect with the Aberdeen road, and report to the board. The auditor was instructed to notify Sam Collins, of Cosmopolis, to remove bis fence frrtm the public road. D. C. Simons and associates were granted a franchise for a telephone line on the Wynooche river road, the line to be built within sis months and the poles to be at least 20 feet high. The contract for a steel bridge across the Ilumptulips river was awarded to the Northwest Bridge Co. for $10,900 and $3.45 per lineal foot for the approaches. J. \V. ITall was awarded the contract for building a bridge over the Moclipt river for $533, and $2.75 per lineal foot for approaches. Fine Job Printing at moderate prlcei. Herald Prlntery. ABERDEEN HERALD. MONDAY, OCTOBER 8. IPOfi THE BOSTON STO R E NEWS t 6oi«g to * 300 Wtjm IN THE NEXT SIX DAYS. It may seem impossible but | UNMERCIFUL CUTTING ANO Slashing of Prices. j jjiiljlf Stylish suits of Cheviot, Scotch Tweed, and English worsteds, double ' breasted and Norfolk style, ail sizes, 3 to is years, worth s:i.">o, $4.00 and many worth up to $4.:>0, all go at tliis phenomenal Cl T r riSIC'F, $2.68 !■■■ 11l nil I ..^i'jjiKiaCThiiM'agr rT " l ' l11 *<**cir«aunm-irwin—mm— MENS FALL 1111(1 Another Sweeping Sale i» 7 . j tt 1 of Mens' Dress Shirts Winter Underwear pi IT IV] Tup ROVF doz - Mens' Soft Dress Shirts, U 1 1 J 1 111]t OWI jlj | n a jj ie new designs and coloring's, others would ask , _ < $1-00 for them. Our price during 1 this sale, each, 250 doz. Mens' Sanitary 1' leece-lined and Jersey ribbed Underwear, sizes 33 to 46, worth 75c each, Jg 48c 48c — 50 doz. Boy's Knee Pants of heavy Fall weight Tweeds E. & W. Wool-fleece Underwear, winter weight, sizes and Worsteds, worth 85c to 85c, at 34 to 46, regular SI.OO value, at 65c 48c BRIGHT DAYS AND DARK DAYS, DRY DAYS AND DAMP DAYS, ALL DAYS BUSY DAYS You Can TII r D ?Tfl|j We Sell Do Better a! llt L DUuIUH Topsy Hosiery "A MILLIONAIRE TKAMP. ' Famous Temperancc Pl..y <>i H\c Orund Thursday Mujlil. Elmer Walters' temperane? play, "A Millionaire Tramp," which lias met with much genuine surcess during the past live years, is hooked to appear at the Grand next Thursday. This conWy drama has many odd characters that ap peal to the theater-goer. The scenes an natural and the dialogue is taid to have been handled in ail extremely clever manner by the author. "A Millionaire Tramp" bids fair to outlive the majority of its imitators for the reason that the plot of the play appeals alike to gallery and parquette. Jay rierpont, the name assigned to "A Millionaire Tramp" has not graduated from the ranks of the husky vaudeville hobo—he is a gentle man of culture whose downfall was directly caused by a broken heart and fast company, in which John Barley Corn played an important part. This company played at Portland all last week, and is thus spoken of by the Oregonian: "By far the best show that has ap peared at the Empire so far this season is'A Millionaire Tramp,' which opened yesterday for a week's run with matinee Saturday. It is a wholesome show, with comedy for those who wouUl laugh and a little pathos for those who would weep. The scenic effects were excellent, and the company as a whole is one above the average of companies that stop at the Empire. 'A Millionaire Tramp' should do good business all week." 121. NOTICK. Reward will he paid for true an-' ac (TRATE INFORMATION of any TRESPASS Or timher cutting on following described lands in Chehalis county : Twi>, I^-11; Sec 1, e 1-2 of nc 1-1, s 1-2 of sw 1-4, and rl'l-I sec 2; ue 1-4 see S; e 1-2 of se 1-4 sec 10; sec 11; u 1-2 of ne 1-1, so 1-1 of tie 1-4, ami s 1-2 of sec 12. Tvvp. 18-10: Nw 1-1 of swl-1 sec 5; el-2ofse 1-1, sw 1-1 of se 1-4, lot 7, and se 1-4 of sw 1-4 sec ti; u 1-2 of no 1-4, nw 1-4, and lie 1-4 of sw 1-4, sec 7. Tu p. IS-9: 8 1-2 of n w 1-1, n 1-2 of sw 1-4, sec 5, se l-l sic 18; sec 20: sl2 of sec 22; n 1-2, aud sw i 1 sec 26; e 1-2 sec 80; an ne 1-4 sec 82. Twp. l*-S: See 4, s 1-2 sec 11; lie 1-4, s 1-2 of ;iw l- l sec 14; ne 1-4 of ne 1-4 s 1-2 of ue 1-4, sec 20; lie 1-4 and s 1-2 of st c 22 Twp. 17-7: Nw 1-4 see 22 Twp. 17-5: K 1-2 sec 34. Twp. 19-9: S 1 2 sec 2; w 1 2 of sw 1-1, sw 1-4 of nw 1-1 see 4; e 1-2 snc 5: nw 1-4 sec 2<l. Twp. 20 9: K 1-2 of nw 11. lie 1-1 of sw 1-4 sec 3; s 1-2 of s 1 2 sec 5; e 1-? of w 1-2, and e 1-2 sec 7; li 1-2 sec 8; n 1-2 of se 1-*., ne 1-4 of sw 1-4 sec »: nw 1-1 of n w 1, and swl-4 sec 9; sw 1-4 sec 2(>: u 1-2 of nw l-l sec 29; and n 1-2 of ne 1-4 sec 30 Twp. 20-10; Ne 1-4 sec 22. George L. Fi.Kirz. Detioit, Michigan, IX THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE of Washington for Cbehalis County. Viola K. Ray, "I Plaintiff. I vs. )■ Summons. Alton G. Kay, Defendant. J The State of Washington to the said defend ant Alton G. Ray: Von are hereby summoned to appear within sixtv days after the date of the first publication of tliis summons, to-wit, within sixty days after the 18th dav of September, 1'.)06, and de fend the ahove entitled action in the above entitled court, aud answer the complaint of the plaintiff, and serve a copy of your answer ni.on the undersigned attorney for plaintiff, at hi*, oflice below stated; and in case of your failure so to do, judgment will be rendered against you according, to the demaud of the complaint, which has been filed with the clerk of said court. .... The object and purpose of this action Is to obtain a decree of the above entitled court dis solving the bonds of matrimony now existing between plaintiff and defendant, and restoring to plaintiff her maiden name. E. H. FOX, Plaintiff's Attorney. P. O, Address, Aberdeen, Chehalis County, Washington. Date of first publication Sept. 13, 1606. 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