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HAPPENINGS IN ALL PARTS OF THE COUNTY. Items ot Interest Prom all Sections ot Chelialis County, Gathered by Aberdeen Herald Correspondents and Gleaned Prom Our County Exchanges. MONTbSAINO Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Archer and son, Aubrey, returned Tuesday from a visit to the lower harbor cities. Mrs. T. J. McDowell and daughter, Miss Minnie, returned Tuesday from a parting visit to friends in Ocosta. Dr. F. L. Carr was up from iloiiuiani Thuisdav. Mis many friends here were pleased to see him out again after his recent Illness. Mrs. Joseph Baker is arranging to re move to South li -nd in the near future. Mr. Baker has been over in that country for some tiine and they have decided to make it their home. N G. Kaufman, one of the beat known merchan's in Aberdeen, and the owner of the only brick block in that city be fore the lire, has been up here this week on legal bust tit .-s. During liis stay in Montesauo, Mr. Kaufman was the guest of Mr. anil Mrs. Eli Brumberg. Miss l.ottie Bendetson, a popular young lady ol' Battle Creek, Mich., the former home of Mr. and Mrs. Kli Brum berg of this city, has removed to Aber deen, where she w ill reside in future. Miss Bendetson will have charge of the fancy goods and ribbon department in George J. Wolff's store in that city. Robert Talbot has just finished build ing a tine gasoline launch for use on the Chelialis river. The pretty little craft is 25 feet in length, 0.4 feet beam, and will be equipped with a 5 horse power engine. Mrs. Ta'bot left for Kansas last Wednesday to visit relatives and friends and Mr. Talbot is arranging to go East and join her in a few weeks. Miss Lois Powell of the Neuskali val ley, is now teacher of the Fairview school, district 20, where she is giving genera! satisfaction. She opened the school September 15, fir an eight months term. Her sister, Guorgie, is teaching in the Alder Gtove district on the oppo site side of the Wynooche river with great success. OAKVILLE Walter Fisk left for Rainier Thursday, where he goes to take charge of a saw mill at that place. Mrs. J. H. Holland and Mrs. 11. Kim ball returned from an extended visit to Tacoina and other Sound cities, Sunday evening. The li\ery and feed business has again changed hands, G. JO. Vandervort having bought tiie interests of C. B. Vandevort last Monday. Mrs. C. N. Mills went to Tacoina last Friday to meet her mother, Mis. Char lotte Plimpton, of Wisconsin. They ar rived here Saturday evening. Mrs. Plimpton expects to remain hero some time. At the regular meeting of Carnation Rebekah Lodge last Wednesduy evening Jive candidates were initiated into the mysteries of the degree. There was a large number of members present. After the regular business of the lodge was over, the members retired to the dining room, whare a nice chicken supper was served. ELMA Mrs. George* Hyder, of Grove, entered ]>r. French's hospital 011 Thursday. Mrs. W. E. Servis left last week to spend the winter with relatives in Mich igan. Mrs. Foreman, of Aberdeen, was in the city Wednesday, visiting Mrs. lias mussen. Attorney Shields, of Aberdeen, was in the city some days Just week, looking after business affairs. Nicholson Bros, went to McCleary's Wednesday, where they have a big con tract for building houses. Thos. Chilcote arrived Wednesday from the Klondyke where he has been visiting his daughter for some months. Mr. and Mrs. Will Kelterman and son and Mrs. E. M. Kellerman went to Seat tle Thursday for a week's visit with rel atives. Mrs. George Whorton, who has been here visiting her cousin, Mrs. L. I. Wakefield, returned to her home in Lakeview, Oregon, Tuesday. Eugene Combe 6 and Miss Nettie 15. Arland, a cousin of Mrs. French, were uuited in marriaue at high noon, Wed nesday, Oct. 17, 1900, at the home of the brides parents in Garfield, Wash. HOQUIAM. H. C. Heermans is expected to arrive home from the East in a day or two. The stork visited the home of Mr. and Mrs. B. Boginsky Monday night and left a fine baby boy. John Heermans has accepted a posi tion with the McDonald Logging Com pany as timekeeper and scaler. Sam Rowe has been awarded the con tract for catering to Chief of Police Cooper's guests at the city bastile. Charles Brittain, a well known logger, left a few days ago for Portland, where he will enter a business college for the winter. . The Women's R -lief Corps w ill give a reception Thursday evening at the G. A. K. hall in honor of Mrs. French, the state inspector. Ot'B J1 iker brought home a wife from Anacortes last week, pud now Charles Lux, of tlieG. 11. L. Co. has gone east ami will brini; home a wife also. The parties who were contemplating the building of n Mi ingle mill on the Ka«tsid« are A. K. Coats and Ben John son, of Aberdeen, and Jesse Lewis of this city. It they are successful in *e enring a site, they will put up a mill to cut 300,000 shingles per day. The National Lumber & Bex company of this city, has let a contract to Messrs. Knuteen .v Jensen to handle the entire output of its Urge manufacturing plant. The contract calls for the handling of all the lumber from the the time it teaches the dtop until stored in its proper place. According to Mr. Matheson, superin tendent of the l'olsou Shingle mill which was closed down for want of cars three weeks ago, the plant will start up about the first of the month. He reports a sufficiency of curs and weavers, also a brisk demand and good prices for shin nies. A Young Mother at 70. "My mother lias suddenly made young at 70. Twenty years of intense suffering irom dyspepsia had entirely disabled her, until six months ago, when she began taking Klectric Hitters, which have completely cured her and restored the stiengih and activity she had in the prime of life," writes Mrs. W. L. Gilpat rfck, of Danforth. Me. Ureatest restora live medicine on the globe. Sets Stom ach, Liver anil Kidneve right, purifies the blood, and cures Malaria, Biliousness and Weaknesses. Wonderful nerve tonic, l'rice 50 cents. Guaranteed by Kvans Drug Uo. and l'ostolliue pharmacy. t APPEAL POR PUNDS. Democratic Congressional Committee Needs Money tor Expenses. To All Democratic Voters: If there ever was a time in the history of the democratic parly lor the manifes tation of loyalty and patriotism on the part of its members, it is right now. If we are to win a victory and elect a president two years hence, we must lirst elect a house of representatives this fall. \ democratic house can and will investi gate every department of the government. With all of them honeycombed by "graft," the edges of which only, have been touched by recent exposure! and prosecutions, there will be a revelation of rottenness that will astound the coun try, and create a demand for a demo cratic administration to clem the govern ment workshop. To win the house we need money to defray legitimate get out our vote. We have no protected monop olies from which to draw to fill our coffers, as they do those of the republican party. We must, therefoie, appeal to loyal democrats for contributions. Will you send us $1.00 at once, and in return for this we will send yon copies of our campaign literature issued by the committee. You w ill have the thanks of the entire democratic party for your favorable response to our request. Address all remittances to J. M. GUlGGS,.Chairman, Munsay I'.inlding, Washington, D. C. Torments of Tetter and Eczema Allayed. The intense itching characteristic of exeunt, tetter and all like skin diseases is instantly allayed by applying Cham berlain's Salve, and many severe cases have been permanently cured by its use. Kor sale by Evaus Drug Co. t To OurPriendsand Patrons We wish to announce that we have sold our pile drivers, dredgers and the steamer This'le to the American Con tacting Co., of Aberdeen, to whom we respectfully refer you for any further work in those lines. Thanking you kindly for the favors shown us in the past, and bespeaking their continuance for oat successors, we are Yours Sincerely Chkki ii liuos. Contracting Co.. l;5-4t <i. <). Watson, Secretary. THE SCHOOL OF GOLDEN OPPORTUNITIES IN THE GOLDEN WEST Experienced teachers, flue location, modern building, thorough work, moderate expenses. We can't tell you all about it here. Send postal f«>r our free fifty-page, illustrated cata logue, which tells what education means for a young man or woman here. Enter auy time. Fall Term Begins Oct 2 ADDRESS: I'ACIFIC LUTHERAN ACADEMY aud BUSINESS COLLEGE PARKLAND, • - WASH. ABERDEEN HERALD. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 25. 1906 A«lv»ri)«e<l Letter*. Following letters remain uncalled for in the Aberdeen postoftice (or the week ending Oct. 25, 100t>. Anderson, Tonimas Adam*, C H Ampiola, Kveret Bratman, K Borg, C J Beluine, Miss Clara Barnard. Mrs N Brown, Mrs George Baimitiartner, M Caldwell, Pr Hobt Christianson, Miss Lennie Connor, llnghie (£) Crawford, Mrs T D (Curtis, U B , Currie, Mrs Dotiald Dewey, W D Depue, Tlios Dunham, Forrest Dickey, Preston Dees, Mrs Joe Douglas, Byron Druinm, Karl E Freeman, Claude Griffin, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence lleikkinen, Mikko Hartley, Clande Johnson, Charles D (2) Kristensen, Andreas Klein, Frank Kasichi, Mrs Karolina Livamento, M Derge, Howard Mount, Frank Moelistra, Dr Miley, W M Mitchell, Fred Marshal, VV McAloon, Billie Mills, Chaß B Milne, Edwin G Norinan, A E Nosaki, Mr Oberg, Miss Lizzie Overton, Mrs E E l'arrent, Mrs F E Kusengten. Mrs Maggie Histrom, Alice Kice, ltobert Smyser, Mrs Lillian Smith, Frank iSinions, J F Scott, Widow Singh, Norain Woodland, Wallice Wilson, Mrs F H "Walter, A G Wilson, W R Whittery, Mrs. Wenn, Mrs. A H SHIP LETTERS Capt F Thuueil, Sch 11 D Bjndixsen Mrs. Amy Thunell, Same (5) Persona calling for tlieae letters will please say "Advertised." K. P. Campbell, P. M. Sick Headache Cured. Sick headache is caused by derange ment of the stomach and by indigestion. Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tab lets correct these disorders and effect a cure. By taking these tablets as soon as the first indication of the disease appears the attack may be warded off. For eale by Evans Drug Co. t Notice of Settlement. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE State of Washington, Chehalis County. In the matter of the) estate of Robert Low-> No. 688. ry, Deceased. ) Notico of Settlement of Final Account and Petition for Distribution. Notice is hereby given that Catherine Lowry, Executrix, and 11. N. Hook, ex ecutor, of the estate of Robert Lowry, de ceased, have rendered and presented for settlement to, and filed in the Superior Court of Chehalis County, State of Wash ington, their final Account and Petition for Distribution as such Executors, and that on the 20th day of November, 1900, at 10 o'clock A. M., at the court room of our said Superior Court, in the City of Monteaano, in said Chehalis County, has been appointed by our said Superior Court for the settlement of the said Ac count and hearing of said Petition for Distribution, at which time and place any person interested in said estate may appear and tile bis exceptions in writing to the said final Account and Petition for Distribution, and contest the same. Witness, the Hon. Mason Irwin, Judge of the said Superior Court, and the seal of said Court affixed this 23d day of October, 1900. \V. C. BIRD VELL, County Clerk and Clerk of the Superi or Court. J. C. Cross, Attorney for Executors. Data of last publication Nov. 15, 1906. ! IN THE JUSTICE COURT, CITY OF Aberdeen Precinct, Chehalis County, State of Washington, Before E. H. Fox, Justice of the Peace. H.Shelley and 11. F^.' Shelley, a Copartnership under the firm name and c llmmnn9 style of Shelley Bros., Summons Plaintiffs, Publication. A 1 llolton, j Defendant. J To Al Holton, Greeting: In the Name of the State of Washing ton, you are hereby notified that E. H. Shelley and H. E. Shelley, a copartner ship under the firm name and style of Shelley Bros., have filed a complaint against you in said court, which will come on to be heard at my office in tbe City of Aberdeen, in Chehalis County, State of Washington, on the 9th day of November, 1900, at the hour of 9 o'clock A. M., and unless you appear and then and there answer, the same will be taken as confessed, and the demand of the plaintiffs granted. The object and de mand of said complaint is to recover of you tbe sum of $24.35 upon an acosunt for goods, wares and metchandica sold and delivered, no part of which has been paid. Complaint filed 25th day of Sept., 1906. E. H. FOX, Justice of the Peace. Date of first Publication Oct. 18, 1906. Date ol last publication Nov. 8,1900. ThermremoreMcCall PattemaioMlath. Unltti States than of any other make pi patterns. Thla it M Account of their style, accuracy and simplicity. Mcrnfl'a Mngnzlnr (The Queen of Fashion) hat more subscribers than any other Ladies' Mag aiine. One year s aubscriptlon (ia numbers) coats 00 cents. Lateet aumbrr, 3 cents. Every subscriber get* a McCall Pat tern 1« reo. Subscribe today. liitdy A irrnta Wanted. Handsome premiums f i »' c, "h commission. Pattern Catalogua(of 6oa 4a. and Premium Catalogue (showing 400 premiums! icat <roo. Adilreu THE McCAU. CO. Hn Ymi AMwn llmh'lakmg Parlors BOWES & RANDOLPH 406 E. Wishkah St. Lady Attendants PhntlPC Office 575 fIIUIItSS Residence 424 □ The King Jit °! a " Bitters bitters H The great lax " ative tonic ill which will ab- veiit Appendi "MMttSiu"' stipation, ma- Aj laria, kidney For Sale By All Druggists Grocers and Iviquor, Dealers. Northern Hotel ALFRED T. CARLSON, Prop. New Management Table supplied with the best the market • affords Clean, uomfortable and copey rooms Kates reasonable 416 Hast Wish kali Street Aberdeen. Wash. ABERDEEN MATTRESS WORKS (i. W. .JOHNSON, Mnmigor Manufacturers of Mattresses of Every Description Spring be .Is, mattresses, cushions, etc uiado to order, renovated or repaired Woven wire springs restrctched, making them as good as uew. All work guaranteed Prices reasonable IWitehell Bldg 322 E. flflarket FREE FREE City Library and Heading Room CITY HALL, ABERDEEN Open from 2to5::!0 and 7 to 9:30 p. m Sundays 2 to 5:30 p. m. Visitors always welcome MRS. J. M. WALKER Librarian Do You Know Who Reads the Herald? If the merchant who is uncertain about the Herald's circulation wants to know who besides himself reads it, he can easily find out by inquir ing. More than half the families in Aberdeen who read papers read the Herald. It's a paper with an Aber deen and Chehalis County circular tion. And the advertising in it pays the because from the small est news item to the smallest adv. it is read —by all the family. Phone 561 AND ASK FOR RATES ABERDEEN HERALD 408 EAST WISHKAH ST. — For the doors and windows for MacLafferty &. Sons Q Ijjjgfo jjcj Our stock is complete; Workmanship un- WINDOW SHADES HARPER RYE Handed down from sire to son; famous for three genera tions as Kentucky's best; famous now as the best in the world. For Sale by Fred Hewett HUMBOLDT SALOON 313 South F Street, Aberdeen, Wash. ANNUAL SLAUGHTER SALE OP WALL PAPER In order to reduce stock we have decided to offer our entire stock of Wall Paper at from 20 TO 50 PER CENT. DISCOUNT for a short time only. Come in and see the bargains we are offering. 3} j Cents per Roll and Up. Hartung & Norin GOC> I St,, Hoquiam 312 He ron St., Aberdeen I - 1 AUTUMNAL ATTIRE now demands your attention. %Ik|Y 7\ Nights and mornings are cool, and W'ffi J j / \J\ a Fall overcoat is as comfortable as HwjN ' ll * s P°P u l ar . Our line of fabrics \ ' ?'• H nffM ' s ready lor your selection, and we ■i Rk 1 take great pride in offering you the fy/\ H fi ,lest assortment of cloths it has eycr been our great fortune to ANDERSON, - TAILOR V 418 E. WISHKAH ST. The HERALD Gives the News PROFESSIONAL CARDS. PAUL SMITS, M. D. Physician and Surgeon OFFICE HOURS: PR. SMlTS—Office at Aberdeen Gen eral Hospital. Hours—lo to 12 a. m.; 2 to 4p. in.; 7t09 p. in. Telephone 014. DR. WATKINS. Office in Crow)her-Wooding block, corner of G and Herou Streets. Office hours —10:30 to 11:30 a. m.; 1:30 to 4:30 and 7:00 to 8:00 p. m. Telephone 135, DR. McNIVEN Practice limited to the EYE, EAR, NOSE and THROAT. Office rooms over ELK Pharmacy, Aberdeen, Wash. Office hours, 9 to 12 a. in., 2 to 4 and 7 to 8 p. m. DR. J. A. MAPES Physician and Surgeon OFFICE HOURS: 9to 11 a.m.; 2 to ' i 3 and 7toß p. in. Rooms 5 and 6 Kaufman Block. Tel. 1753. Aberdeen, Wash. EVERETT E. LANE, D. D. S. Office hours—B:oo to 12:00 a. m.; 1:00 to 5:00 and 7:00 to 8:00 p. m. Hayes & Hayes Building. Telephone 177. I J. C. CROSS Attorney at Law Will practice in State and Federal courts. Zelasko Block, G Street. E. H. FOX Attorney at Law Rooms 10 and 11, Postoffice Block. I ROBERT E. TAGGART Attorney at Law Will practice in State and Federal courfs. Room 14, Dabney Block. BEN SHEEKS Lawyer Boom 7, Dabney B'ock. S. ft'. Johnston Transfer Co. Transfer and Expre-s First-Class Livery Rigs 403 S. F Street Koslyn Coal Telephone 10.'! Resilience i'lione 407 A. Benson —Dealer in— , Ladies' and Gents' Footwear Boots and Shoes Made to Order Repairing neatly and promptly donff 409 East Wishkah St' POPULAR RESORTS Continental Saloon (). C. VAMMEX, Prop. Choicest Wines, Liquors and Cigars always on hand. 400 G Street, near Heron, Aberdeen, - - Wash, Humboldt Saloon FRED HEWETT, Prop. Finest Wines, Liquors and Cigara 113 .South F Street, Aberdeen, Wash. Anchor Bar ANDREW BLUM, Prop. 214 South F Street Wines, Liquors, Cigars LODGINGS 20 nicely furnished rooms by the dftf week or month 3