20 per Cent.
on all Carpets, Rugs, Art Squares
and Linoleums will continue
till the end of the year.
KAUFMAN & BERLINER
Lumber Exchange Aberdeen, Wash.
Tale? of thi 1 Town Tersely Told.
A Happv New Year.
Sheet mimic at Evans Drug Co. tf
Gils Carlson in building a $500 cottage
in South Aberdeen.
I>r. <i. K. Chamberlain, Rooms 8,9
an<l 10, Dabney Block. tf
Plenty of reading matter for the long
evening at, Kvans Drug Co. U
A. Notiafi ia building a residence on
the East Side to corn $500.
Dr. E. E. Lane, Dentist. Hayes &
Hayes building. Telephone 177. tf
Twenty per cent discount on rngs at
Kaufman A Berliner for 10 days only, tf
John Randow i" building himself a
home in South Aberdeen at a C"St of $4i'o.
Hand-made Opera Shawls. Mrs. O A.
Doncaster, 408' a Kast Wishkah St. L'ti-tf
List your property with Dan Bows,
206,'/g' South G street, if you want quick
sale. I'" 1 '
The S. E. Slade Lumber Co. is erecting
a one story cottage on the East Side, to
For Guiney, Express or Dray, call 14
A-A Star Transfer. Your orders prompt
ly tilled. 'f
A fresh lino of high grade Perfumes
and Toilet Articles just in at Evans
Drug Co. "
Over $2,000 in fines wer > taken in by
Police Judge Drake during the month of
Several new tigs ami some hpavy |
teams have been added to the Aberdeen ■
Transfer barn. t'
Don't forget our White Pine Cough
Cure. It will also cuie sore throat
Evans Drug Co. tf
W. T. Mcßride is building a black
smith shop on the Harbor duck, at the
foot of F street.
Anything from a tin whistle to a piano
can be found among our musical goods,
Evans Diug Co. tf
Ole Gonest has started to build a $1,000
residence on the corner of Wishkah and
Dr. Oaryll T. Smith had the pleasure
of a visit from his father, Dr. Smith, of
Portland, on Christmas.
Buy a riiir for a Christmas present.
Kaufman lWliner <■ OV-1 them for ten
days at 20 per cent discount. tf
The holiday business at the postoffice
this year broke all previous records by
the greatest kiiul of a majority.
Cemetery lots cr.c'o l - I. brick, con.
Crete and 111nt-« n wik of all kins. .las
McNamaiia. 21" North 1! street. 73-tf
The Friends in Council club will meet
tomorrow al'ieni ■ u « ''It Mis. K. J. Brad
ley, corner oi I-'ifih .ui'l 11 streets.
Small house en coincr of Second and
Jefferson, lot 50x130 lent, $6)0. Will
Banning, Room 11, Dahney block, tt
Mr. and Mrs. I». Mcllinilly, of laco
ma, returned ho;iie yesterday after a
visit with Mr. an 1 Mh. C. \ . Loy.
$1,00 companies, (ire insurance, Perry-
Banning Co., 213 South G street, and
Hiom 14, lUhney block. I'hone 14. tf
Will Tamblyn has received word of the
marriage cf his sifter, on Christinas Day,
at his old home, Stratford, England,
No. 000 West tlnine, five room house,
rents for if 10 per month—sl,ooo, teiins.
Will Banning, Boom 14, Uabney.blosk.
Barge house and two 50-foot lots rn
Eighth street near Broadway, $1,300,
terms. Will Banning, ltooui 14, Dubney
block. tf ;
Contractor Charles H. Doncaster is
putting up a modern residence, at a cost
of $1,500, on the corner of Second and M
Four lots, corner of Wishkah fstreet
and Michigan avenue, 130x200 feet —
$;5,500, terms. Will Banning, Dabney
Francis K., the youngest son of C. F.
Drake, had an operation performed on
his nose, at the Aberdeen General hos
Hare bargains in China and Glassware j
this week and next at C. K. Brownell's, S
corner Wishkah and II streets. All
ladies welcome whether they buy or not.
Floods the body with warm, glowing I
vitality, makes the nerves strong, quick
ens circulation, restores natural vigor,
makes you feel like one born again, llol
lister's Rocky Mountain Tea. 35 cents.
W. B. l'aine & Co.
I)r. Smith, Osteopath, 7-8 P. O. block.
The Herald twice a week tells It all.
Dean for Butter and Egga. -11 G St.
Phone 1411. tf
The water collections for this month
will amount to $3 000.
#1,000 to loan on real estate. Will
Lanning. Room 14, Dabney block, tf
John Larson is putting up a $1,000
residence at 707 West Heron street.
G. Canterbury, dentist, over Stute
Bank, corner Heron and II streets. 90-tf
Clias. Merrill, of Sateop, was in the
city yesterday, receiving medical aid.
Keep vnnr skin soft and smooth with
Almond Ilaswl Cream. Kvans Drug Co.
Mrs M. E. Shyrock was called to Se
attle jesterday bv the illness of her son.
Mistletoe in quantities at C. E. Brow
nel 's the up-to-date grocer. Phone Main
For Gurney, Express or Dray, call 14-
A-A Star Transfer. Your ordeis prompt,
ly filled. tf
Mis'* Roma Jameson, a student at the
State University, is spending the holi
days at home.
Miss Apnea Wellever, of Seattle, is
visiting the city, the guest of Mr. and
Mrs. Fred C. Furth.
For Fire Insurance call on Perry-
Lannini! Co., No. -13 South G street, or
Room 14, Dabney block. Phone 14. tf
Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Smith, of Olym
pia, spent Christmas in the city, the
guests of their children, Mr. and Mrs. J.
If you have money to loan T can place
it lor you on firs' mortgage, 10 jier cent,
net to you. Will Lanning, Room 14,
Dabney block. tf
A number of young folks went to Mo
clips Christmas Eve, where they were
! mi.st pleasantly entertained by the
I Misses Belaml.
W. T. Mcßride, wl o has just bought
the business of the Aberdeen Transfer
| Co., is thoroughly conversant with that
I line of work. tf
Misses Frances Lackey and Elsie Me
j Clymont, who are attending the Whit
i worth college, Tacoma, are spending the
I holidays at home
Stanley Zelasko has started a messen
ger servce in Ba-sett's Book Store .t
News Agency. Will answer calls to 10
p. m. Phone 123. 93-lf
I No. 810 W r est Wishkah, 8-room house,
a'l modern improvements, stone tire
j place—s2.7(lo. terms. Will Banning,
I lt jom 14, li.iliney block. tf
So far this month there has been issued
i from the police court,2o7 warrants, which
1 is one half of the number issued during
the whole of the year 1905.
Five room cottage, two fifty foot lots
!ou school house bill, well, garden, or
chard, etc —$1,000 terms. Will Ban
ning, Room 14, D.ibney block, tf
Christmas sent its harvest to the police
c.mrt, and yesterday eight persons paid
$150 in lines, and four were put to work
on the streets, the four equaling 140
Four churches, namely, the Butheran,
Roman Catholic, Swedish Mission and
Episcopal, held Christmas services on
Tuesday morning, and all were quite well
Of course you pay your money,
But you get your money's worth.
For what does money mean to vou
When Rocky Mountain Tea's on
George H. Mason, promoter of the
proposition to move tiie Montague, Mich ,
Iron works to this city, has gone to South
Bend, to try the scheme, sufficient stock
not being forthcoming in Aberdeen,
We care not how you suffered, nor
what failed to cure you, Ho Mister's
Rocky Mountain Tea makes the puniest
weakest specimen of man or womanhood
strong and healthy. 35 cents. W. B
Paine & Co.
It is a source of regret to the Herai.d
that its society correspondents were in
such demand for Christmas doings—and
its printers so busy celebrating the birth
of Christianity—as to prevent a complete
record of the happeniugs. So, it must
suffice to say that never in the history
of Aberdeen were there so many and eo
ABERDEEN HERALD, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 27. 1906
' Dean for freeh Tea and Coffee. -11
, G street. tf
Plenty of New Stationery at Evans
Drug Co. "
The public schoo's resnme next Wed
nesday, January 2.
Mm. R. N. Smith,of Klma, was a vis
itor in Aberdeen tliie week.
F. H. Robinson spe it Christmas with
his parents at Vancouver, Wash,
i Buckeye Extract will please yoti and
can he had of C. E. Browneil, Tlip Gro
! Street Commissioner Hilts yesterday
' closed the North Aberdeen bridge for re
Dr. Sullivan, optician, at the E. L. K,
Pharmacy, from 16th to 30th of each
i month. tf
Mrs. A. D. Wood en'ertained yester
day a'ternoon in honor of Mr. and Mis.
Will H. Wood.
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Nunn of Olympia,
are in the city, the guests of Mr. and
' Mrs. J. G. Lewis.
I Lumber in the local market advanced
,$2 per M. last Monday, the cause bung
j the high price of logs.
liev. an.! Mrs. F. F. Greene went to
' i Centralia this morning, to spend a few
.' d ivs with olil time friends.
At the bowling match Christmas Day
between Aberdeen and Cosmopolis, Ab
erdeen won, with a majority of 130
Prof. R. B. Kellogg left yesterday to
attend the convention of the Wash
ington Educational Association at Bel
Geo. Fisher, who lias been here dur
ing the holidays, left this morning for
Haywood, Cal., wheie he lias a branch
Jos. Thomas, night clerk at the Hotel
! Washington, was called to T.i-oma ves
| terday by the death of a niece, who was
! accidentally shot.
I Miss Mabel Simons, who lias been vis-
I iting her cousin, Mis. J. B. Karshner,
left this morning for Ellensburg, wlieie
| she will attend the State Normal school.
The snecial session of the city council
held Monday to investigate charges
against Peter Holppa, a G street pa loin
i keeper, was adjourned until next Satin
j day night, when action in the matter
i will be taken.
Christmas lasted two days—and nearly
two nights—at the home of Rev. and
Mrs. Chas. McDermoth, in which ttieir
charming daughters, sons-in-'aw and
numerous friends were, as usual, mo t
The First Church of Christ. Scientist,
holds services in its church, on First
street near Broadway, every Wednesday
evening at 8, and every Sunday morning
at 11. All are cordially invited to attend.
Subject for next Sunday, "God."
Mr. and Mrs. Will H. Wood, wSo
came u;« from Snn Ftancisco to spend
! X.mas at "Home," are still in the chy,
and are kept busy shaking hands wi'h
i friends, many of whom they have net
; seen since the earthquake disaster.
"Happy .lack" writes the Hkrai.ii to
say that, tinning no cases of destitution
in this city, he pent the price of 12 meals,
| care Salvation Army, to New York. Just
j why "Happy" should wnnt the matter
advertised is difficult to say, but we
The Aberdeen Mfg. Co. is preparing to
make further extensions to their plant,
i and to thut end are moving their oflioe
I across the street. This company, in the
| near future, expects to install a lot of
! new machinery to meet the demands of
I their business.
Mrs. Kittie Morehead died Tuesday, at
! a local hospital, and the remains are at
! the Aberdeen Undertaking Par lots
! awaiting'funeral arrangements, .Mrs,
Morehead «as 37 years of age, and is
| survived by her husband, an employe at
j the City Market.
The annual Christmas tree doings at
i the Aberdeen General hospital was one
;of the most pleasant of the holiday
i season. All nurses and employes were
kindly remembered by Dr. Smits, with
his usual generosity, and the occasion
wts one of great festivity.
Aberdeen Lodge K. & A. M. elected
! the following ollicers last Tuesday even
ing to serve for one year: \V. .VI., \V.
W. Walk; S. \V.,Carl Fagrus; J. \\\, J,
i?. Hendron; secretary, C. F. Drake;
treasurer, S. C. Mitchell. Tomorrow,
being St. John's Day, the officers will be
The lecture at the Presbyterian church
last evening, was pootly attended, but
j those who were present got the wo r th of
j their money. Mr. Jolly, the lecturer,
J kept his audience in a jolly humor, and
sent them away feeling jolly. His word
j picture of the San Francisco disaster was
alone worth the price of admission.
Capt. Deidreich, of the schooner Kc
hala, lying at the Aberdeen Lumber &
Shingle Co.'B dock, entertained all the
skippers on the harbor at dinner Christ
mas evening. Nine eliip captains sat
| down at about 3 p. in., and the steward
of the Kohala is responsible for the
statement that they enjoyed themselves
I fully—until one o'clock yesterday uiorn
j A twlce-a-woek transcript of tha hap
penings on Gray'a Harbor—Tha Ab<
' deen Semi-Weekly Herald, 12.00 u
$1.50 In advance.
Oriirtnnl of "Unclc Tol»y."
Captain Itoger Sterne, the father of
the iitith >r of "Tristram Shandy," wai
the original of Uncle Toby. As captain
of Chudleigli's regiment of foot, a
marching regiment ever on the move,
Itoger Sterne nnd his family tasted the
most varied military and domestic ex
periences In Flanders, at Gibraltar and
Dually at Jamaica, where the old cam
paigner died of "country fever." A
simple minded, good natured, but shift
less nnd rather peppery Irishman, ltog
er bore his disappointment bravely and
carried his load of debt with a light
heart. "My father," says Sterne, "was
of a kindly, sweet disposition, void of
all design and so innocent in his own
Intentions that he suspected no one, so
that you might have cheated him ten
times a day If nine had not been suffi
cient for your purpose." Such a char
acter nnd such a father supplied the
germ from which the genius of the son
developed his conception of one of the
most perfect and delightful portraits In
the gallery of English fiction.
Sex nnd Iteblrth.
The theories concerning the possi
bility of our having previously exist'l
seem to be endless. Of them all I thinU
the one best which suggests that sex Is
reversed at rebirth and that when we
turn up eons lifter we previously ex
isted wo do so either as men or women
according to whether we were women
or men aforetime. This largely ac
counts for the suffragette nnd for the
long haired, thin voiced creatures who
putter around boudoirs, play the piano
like "sweetly pretty" things and call
themselves fneu. Presumably the best
material of which we were fashioned
then is now used in our composition,
for the most manly women and effemi
nate men generally have some good
points nbout them. But if one is to
keep on performing these Protean feats
through all ages It hardly seems worth
while worrying over sex problems. It
seems to me. In the long run, that we
shnll each get about equal, according
to this arrangement.—London World.
Tin* r.i'iunrknlilc r.hcn.
"The rhea of South America Is n re
markable bird," said nil ornithologist.
The male rhea hatches out the eggs.
He and not the female Is the setter.
He sets always in a quiet nnd desolat
place, where there Is no food, nothing
to attract enemies, nnd ns soon ns the
young nre born the question Is how to
feed them. The rhen answers that
question In advance. Three or four
days Ibefore the oggs nre to open he
shoves a couple of them out of the nest
with his bill and lays them In the sun.
What Is the result? The result Is that
the hot South African sun decomposes
the eggs, and the father breaks them
as the young birds begin to appear In
the nest, and the flies settle on them
and In twenty-four hours they nre alive
with worms-tender. Juicy, delicious
worms, the best food In the world for
the of new born blrdlings."
Giirrlrk im Author.
Writing o'f Onrrlok's literary efforts.
I suppose not every one knows tlint lie
was the tiuilior of such well known
Their cause I plead, plead It In heart and
A fellow feeling makes one wondrous
Or tills ngnln:
Let others hall the rising sun;
1 tjyiw to that whoso course has run.
Hearts of nak are our ships,
Hearts of oak fire our men.
Rut I suppose every one knows his
epigram on Goldsmith, "who wrote like
mi angel mill tnlk'il like poor Poll," an
epigram that conveyed only half the
truth, as Carriole would have l>eoti one
of the first to admit.—London Sphere.
Habit Is one of the world's control
ling Inlluenees. More men are swayed
by force of habit, unconsciously per
haps, than any other motive. The hab
it of doing certain things in a certain
way grows from beginnings so small
as to lie scarcely noticeable until It
forms a chain that can scarcely be j
broken. The habit of right or wrong I
doing becomes a master, and a more
exacting master could not be found.—
Maud (newly married)— You look very
melancholy, George. Are you sorry
you married me? George—No, dear, of
course not. 1 was only thinking of ail |
the nice girls 1 can't marry. Maud— :
Ob. ' ■ >r:;e, how horrid of you! 1 i
thought y >u cared for nobody but me? j
George—Neither do I. 1 wasn't think- j
in;; of myself, but of tlie disappoint- j
ment for them.
Things are so arranged In this world !
that happiness as a profession must i
ever he ii failure. It cannot lie found
by Reeking It. It Is a reflex action. It
Is Incidental, a product which comes
from doing noble things. It is impos
sible for a person to be really happy
by making pleasure a profession.—Suc
Some of Them Do.
The master had been giving a class
of youngsters some ideas of adages
and how to make them. Presently he
"Birds of a feather—do what?"
"Lay eggs," piped a small boy before
anybody else hud a chance to speak.
The Lending Pnrt.
Twynn—l hear that Skldmore has led
the Widow Weeds to the altar. Trip
let—That is what it Is called for polite
ness' sake, but from my post of ob
servation It looked as though the wid
ow were a neck ahead of him all the
way up the aisle.
Men nre born to succeed, not to faft.
Monday, [December 31, 2.30 p. m.
Doll Shoes for the<first hundred dolls. To the
little girl who owns the prettiest dressed doll
we will give a pair of shoes free for herself : :
Jeff's Shoe Store
POSTOFFICE BLOCK - ABERDEEN"
Fall ant! Winter
SUITS, COATS anil SHIRT WAISTS
Only Exclusive Tailor Made Ladles' Suit Jlou.se
oil Grays Harbor.
S. STELLA JORDAN
i 303 East Market Street.
No matter how vou look at it R?
—the DENTAL QUESTION is m
an important one for your con- p
sideration. I ,~W *^*1
Use care in selecting him—for VI •'■• v? 1
a dentist who does rot know his h
business can do your teeth more •'■y jki
harm in a day than a good one [• v'i/GSmm
can remedy in years. -v•''U&rM
I am a careful dentist—try my iHrary
work—it don't hurt a bit.
DR. W. J. LONG
Room 8 Dabney Jilock
Office hours 8:30 a. m. to 8 p. m. Sundays 9 a. m to 12 m
The HERALD Gives the News
OF THE CHRISTMAS FESTIVITIES
Dean's Teas and Coffees
stimulates the nerves, and tones up the system, with
out leaving 1 any harmful effects.
If you cannot come, call up by phone for prompt
Dean's T end Coffee Store
211 South G Street Phone 1 411
408 EAST WISHKAH ST.
Fountains, Syringes and
Hot Water Bottles
—Sold and gnaranteed by—
HID CROSS + NIIIUtT
Telephone 61 I. | Telephone 611,
Cor. Heron and C Sts.
Mail Orders Filled
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