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Semi-Weekly Alierdeen Herald. uolis i«d everv Monday aud Thursday I MO. J. OARVKYTK.II««r »nd Proprietor <nMr ,d a . the Port-offlt •it Aberdeen, Wub., « «r>con4*ci * maii nittttcf . mipti.on rate?. $2.00 1.00 >omns , Vl „ , ir n1 ; JS " Th" H-rVd is 'he oldest paper on >n.ys Harbor, and has a large: circu ,tion r h:in ar.v other paper In Chehai.s •■aunty. Advertising contracts are -jasecf upon this claim of circulation. >nrl all money due on coutracts execut ed under this statement will be tor f the statement be not abso.ute '.y true. The president b »-k«d Jack Ureen vbv, tli- V ii«' football mn". "■» 11 „t» tJ,.- (i-i..• ..I lan I office, but be <<e .•lined. A well regulated football playi r knows »le i a job i*■ beyond him. A Michigan bride of eighty want* a Uv nc- from her bridegroom ol eighty 'wo because tie smokes and chews to* nicco. Voting loveiß always would quai .«•! nver trifl"". "Country's 111 ail awfill fix," says Mr. Bmap ute, "most any old power could irive it a licknu with ith present defenses. ,'iiank Heaven, n me of the powers sua ;>ect it,. Arkansi* lit" promoted one of her legislators to tli** penitentiary. CITY OP PAYROLLS. form for Back of Letter Furnished by „Mr. (rissey. The f blowing is the plan adopted for! 'lie back of letter heads to be used by j T'te business men of Aberdeen in their • • irrespond^n l I f is a tiuthfolepitome ; ■•I what can be found in Aberdeen : $14,50 • a day for every workiii" day in i tie year is Aberdeen's payroll. Sizecon- ; - dered, it has a larger payroll than any | • iih«jr city on the American continent. P. pulation in HMV), 3,700; jopulatioh] January 1. l'J »7. 12 0. 0 City is growing ■villi marvelous rapidity both in people jhH industrially. l.ocated at the head ofj Grays Harbor, «». tlie junction of the Chehalis and •Vinhkah rivers, in the heaviest timber «ielt in tl.e United States, Aberdeen -hips load more lumber than any other l>or» in the world. 130,000,000,001 feet is the almrst in -mceivabl'- amount of timber tributary t>» Grays Harbor. Scarce an impression lias been made an this. 608 ocean vessel" cleared from Grays Harbor during fiscal year ending June 3», IflOtj. Government officials estimate that this shipping will be increased by at least 15 per cent this year. Aberdeen has terminal rates from all points by rail, w l.ile her ir.at'ne situa tion give* her competitive water rates. The city is on the Northern Prcific rail r >ad. Extended railroad development of this section is absolutely assured in the immediate future —in fact another trans-i'ontmental| line is ulieady in pro cess ot construction. Kl-veii immense lumber mills, great shingle mills, cooperage and Ik x factor- j i •■<, logging companies, brewery, electric ' light and power plant, cigar factory, ; w holer-ale grocery, shipyaid, soda works, mdy factory, clam and salmon canner i s, iron works, brick and gas plants are xoine of the industrial establishments of! Aberdeen. Magnificent factory sites are to be had , at moderate prices. I'neqtialed oppor tunities are presented for the mannfac line of wood products, such as boxes, sash and doors, furniture, pulp, dena- | tared alcohol and woodenware. Aberdeen's business section is sub stantially built of biick, cement and | a.one, modern and attractive. Aberdeen ' pissese- i ve<'y attribute of a city three tiines its size. Postal receipts l'JOtl showed increase of 25.0 tier cent over 1905. Public b iildingsjare of a high order; a free library is maintained; Aberdeen's theater is one of the finest on the coast. < The city owns itsjwater plant. Schools are unexcelled anywhere; free text books. Religious denominations well represented ; fraternal orders strong. Aberdeen's climate is mild and health ful; its winters might more properly be | „ called rainy seasons, the summers are I rendereil delightful by'breezes from the j ocean. Lawns are green the year round ; roses often bloom at Christmas in the open. Se rapidly has the cily developed that the agricultural possibilities of logged-off ( lands have received little attention, j Dairy and garden products find an eager , market here. Green pasture every month in the veaijuieans delicious cream and butter. For information of any sort concern ing Aberdeen and vicinity, write to W. L. Ckissky, Secretary Aberdeen Cnamber of Commerce, Aberdeen, Wash. ■ ; IN CHEHAUS COUNTY; HAPPENINGS IN ALL PARTS OF THE COUNTY. Items of Interest Prom all Sections of Chehalls County. Gathered by Aberdeen Herald Correspondents and Gleaned Prom Our; County Exchanges. MONTEiANO Mr«. .T. W. Statuj»t?r and children came do ■» n from Tuconia and visited frien<lß h *re ia*t week. Editor Mnrpbv, who in making a bright of the Oakvilh» Cmiser, was at the county feat on a bntlness vivit Monday. Fred Rosmond, the incoming ccunty auditor, has bought the Divilbiss prop erty on Second street, an>l will soon be at home here. Fieldv (.ileaton is having his house in the west end of town iemodele.l and en . laired. Several rooms have been added ■ 'in I a fine porch built. Superintendent of Srhoo s W. T. \\ al ion, accompanied by Mrs. 'Walton was it Klma laM week attending a family re | union during the holiday t-eason. 1 J. W. Hall came up l.om Moclips on i Friday and is spending a few days at home. He says the work on the Moclips I river bridge iB making good progress. Tne new sidew'slk on the Fast side of | Main street down to the elevated road, | recently ordered constiucted by the city j council, bas been completed and is a ' tireat accomodation to the public. !t is reported on good authority that the Weyerhauser TnnW company lias taken all .ts timber ift the market in jChehalis connty. The object of the i move is not known but the mill men say that it is.to increase the price. ELMA Geo. Watkina left Wednesday on a \ isit to Bellinghatn. Floyd Byies left Monday for New Westminister, B. C. Grandma Crisp is very sick from the effects of a stroke of paralysis. C. K. Craig and wife returned from Portland Wednesday afternoon. Miss Glancey, who had been visiting at home, returned to Portland Tuesday. Henry McCleary is preparing to build a shingle millJlwith five upright ma chines. There are twenty-four new phones to be placed on the farmers' line west of town, soon. L«o Decker arrited from Sonth Dakota Saturday and is visiting his uncle on the old Washington farm. Bhu Z*ig)er, w ho has been under treat* ment at Tacoma the past month, re turned home Wednesday. Mrs. A. P. Hart, of Salt Lake City, who has been here visiting her mother, Mrs. Kellerman, left for home fridav. Henry Donaldson and Harry Blair re turned to Tacoma Wednesday, to resume their studies at tlie University of Puget Sound. OAKVILLE J. E. Fitzgerald, J. R. McDonnell, and J. H. Holland made a business trip to Seattle last week. Fiank Erkson and J. M. Clevenuer ! were in Aberdeen the first of last week investing in real estate. ] (i. S. Kendall came up from Aberdeen ■ Wednesday morning to go to bis horne : stead riaim on North River. 11. W. I'aul has bought (i. J. Ta\lor's ! residence property on Stale street, the J consideration being $1,000. Mr. I'aul | will move to town next week. A. I*. Wilpon, who has been working J in lloquiain the past year, will return to Oakville the first of next week, having ' bought an inteiest in the Oakville meat j market. I I). VV. Ragshaw and family, Jas. K. Keeley and wife, Jas. (i. Fitzgeiald and | Annie Fitzgerald went to Centralia Mon ' day evening, where they were entertain jod at the home of Mr. and Mrs. S. S. ! Foster, NewJYear's day. HOQUIAM Mibs Sarah B. Hill, a graduate nurse of the (ieneral hospital, is lying ill at the hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Hungerford and baby, of Arcadia, Mason county, this state are visiting friends in Hoquiain. The work of pile driving for the foun | dation of the new shingle mill on the Easts-ide was commenced on Monday. ] Miss Mabel Kellogg, who returned from a Seattle visit Sunday night, hat entered the office employ of Frank H. Lamb. T. 11. Roundtree, one of Hoquiam's i earliest pioneers, was in the city over j Tuesday night leaving for Pacific Wed nesday. I Mrs. David Perry who is confined in the hospital with an attack of typhoid fever, is reported to still be in a critical condition. The Electric Railway Co. is straight* ening out its trank on the Eastside—a i colisuuiation devoutly to be wished by ABERDEEN HERALD, THURSDAY, JANUARY 10. 1%7 the patron* of the line and property owners along the streit. Fred J. Woods, of the K. K. Wood Lumber Company, and manager of that company's immense plant at Belling ham, arrived here yesterday and »i 1 visit with Mr. and Mr". H. W. Bale while in the cfty. COPY OF THE OFFICIAL Tide Tables as 1907<MK Complied by the U S. Government tor GRAYS HARBOR AND VICINITY Notk—Th«?se Ti«le TaSk-s are ' <»rn j»iby the U. S. Government f«»r Astoria. «»r**c«»u. as the standard port for reference. T<> fln-1 out the exact time tides otrcur use following table: HIGH WATRK WATER Willapa Hay (nt. subtrn't M iuin. 41 min. .South Bend afi<i 30 " <7 Oysterville add 21 " " 11 Bealau«l <i 31 " '* 01 Grays Harbor ent. Sub. j:: " " bo ' Ilooitiam Grays H. a<M 1- '* " 13 " Columbia Kv'r. B.ir, Sub. " 14 31 " Clatsop heach Sub. U9 - " 22 " Long Beach Sub. j7 ,4 " 12 January, 1907 High Water. | A. M._|_P. M. _ Date. ! h.m. ! ft. | h.m.Jrft. 1 (Tuesday 2:10 7 0 1:31 S.tS 2 Wednesday .... 2:02' 7.1 2:o<i; 8.6 3 Thursday 3:2-") 7.3 2:46; S3 4 Friday ~ 4 :0I 7.5 3 :30j 7.9 5 Saturday 4:42 7 7 4:21 7 3 f, SUNDAY 5:27 7 0 5:23 ti 8 7 Monday 6:10: HO 6:37 6 4 8 Tuesday 7:l'' 82 7 :09 61 'J Wednesday .... 8:12 8 0 9:21 6 1 JOThursday 9:12 8 0 10:32 6.4 11 Friday 10:"8 n.3 11:30 68 12 Saturday II :0o 9 7 13 SUNDAY <1:27 7.1 13 SUNDAY 11 '.Mi 14 Monday 1:10 7 0 12:4010.0 10 Tuesday 2:1)0 7 8 1:281 9.8 It Wednesday .... 2:43 8 0 2:1 •"> | 9.4 17 Thursday 3:2* 8.1 .i:03: 8.9 18 Friday 4:14 8.1 .3:00: S 1 19 Saturday 4:02 8.2 4:4S| 7.4 SO'SUNDAY 0:40 8.1 5:51: 67 21 Monday 6:31 8 0 7:0. 6 2 22 Tuesday 7:20 7 9 8:23 ) 5.9 23 Wednesday .... 8:20 7.9 9:40. 0.9 24 Thursday 9:13 80 10:42 6.1 20 Friday 10:00 82 11 :33j 6 4 2»i Saturday 10:48 8 4 27 SUNDAY 0:16 6.7 27 SUNDAY 11:28 8 6 . ... 28 Monday 0:00 6.7 12:00 8 8 29 Tuesday 1:22: 7 2 12:41 ! 8.9 30 Wednesday I 1 :">4 7.5: 1 8-8 81 Thursday ...... I 2 :'S) 7 7! 1:55j 8 8 January, 1907 Low Water. | A. M. I P. M. Date. I h.m. | ft. | h.m. | ft. 1 [Tuesday 7:05 3 5 H .20'-0.0 5 Wednesday .8:27 3.3 9:00-0.4 KjThursday 9:00 3 2 9:33,-0 1 4 Friday 9:01 3 1 10:10 0 3 OSaturday u:3B 2.9 10.00 0 8 6 SUNDAY 11:33! 2.611:37 1.4 7jMonday ... 12:40 2.3 STuesday 0:35 2.0 1:05 1.8 9'wednesday 1:39 2.4| 3:11 1.1 lOiThursday 2:47 2.8 4:18' 0.2 11 Friday 3:50 3.0 5:17-0 6 12 Saturday 4:09 3.0 6:08-13 131 SUNDAY 5:07 2.8; 6:07-1.7 14|Monday 6:50 2.6 7:41 -1 8 lSiTuesday 7:40 2.0 8:20-1.7 16Wednesday .... 8:31 2.4 9:10-1.3 17 Thursday 9:22: 2.3 9:50 -0.6 lS;Friday 10:18 2 2 10:34 0.1 19 Saturday 11:11 2.2 11:17' 0.9 20 SUNDAY 12:11 2.1 21 Monday 0:03 1.6 1:17 2.0 22 Tuesday 1:01 2 3:2:29 1 8 23 Wednesday .... 2:05 2 9 3 :35. 1 4 24 Thursday 3:11 3 3 4:31 0.9 20 Friday 4:11 3 0 5.17 0.4 2<i Saturday ft ; 04 3 0 0:58-0.1 27 SUNDAY 0:00 3 0 6:32-0.4 28 Monday 6:3 ' 3 3 7:05—0.7 29 Tuesday ' -"4 .»■ 1 / :36 —0-1 30 Wednesday .... 7:38 29i 8:00-0.5 31 Thursday *<:I0 2-» i' 5;37-0.3 AR"^^^^TlNG If you want printing that will combine good points, ARTISTIC, STRIKING, VALUABLE, Let us figure on it for you. 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