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Bteakfast-Beflj mean in jjf / /111 vU tottschoM—xLyi JH-|H Lightf whole- v some Biscuit =nH®iR made with Ds. PRlCE'^**® Baking Powder? i or unwholesome food made with an alum baking powder? .. It is worth your white to inquire* * 11l HIS COUNTY HAPPENINGS IN ALL FARTS OF THE COUNTY. Hems of Interest Prom all Sections of Chehalis County, Gathered by Aberdeen Herald Correspondents and Cleaned Prom Our County Exchanges. MONTESANO lVlias Hollo Fra/.ier who spent last week visiting friends at Cosmopolis, is at home again. An adjourned meeting of the Stoddard clob was held Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. S. L. Moak. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Wakelield were in .Montesano Irom F.ltna, Tuesday after* .rioon visiting friends and relatives. Mrs. Sol Medealf who is quite ill witli pleurisy, lias a trained nurse from one of She Aberdeen hospitals in attendance. Judge Mason It win and Mrs. Irwin spent Thursday evening in Aberdeen, the guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. 15. Bridges. J. C. Hogan was 111 attendance at Mon day's session of the superior court. Mr. Hot:an expressed himself as being con iklent that Grays Harbor county would be doing btiHinoss within the next six months. 11. Owens, who has been visiting rela tives and friends in Indiana and Ken tucky for the past three months, has re turned to Montesano. Mr. Owens had rot si en bin relatives for fifty years and while he enjoyed meeting them lie says be is glad to get back to Chehalis county. Solomon Medealf, who is directing the allotment work on the Quinault Indian reservation, came up tu .Monteaano, Fri day, to attend lu some official business. TMr. Medealf states that the surveyors ire now located at Granville and are run ning north. They are making fast prog ress and covering giound very rapidly. Dr. E. 11. Story, who has been in ill health for some time, has decided to close out hia business and property in terests here and mig'ate to a dryer and warmer climate. The doctor has been making considerable investigation about the west coaat of Mexico, and it is possi ble that he will locate on the plateau soontry back from (iuaymas. F.I. MA ii. Loertscher left for Anacortes on a visit, Thursday. Edwin -May, of I'orter, was doing busi» nets in Elnia, Wednesday. Mrs. J. W. Brewer went to Tacoma on Wednesday to visit relatives. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Kramer, of Sat sop, last Thursday morning, a son. Mrs. Gebhart, who has been quite sick for some time past, is much better. Mrs. lila Kdinunds and baby have gone to Tillamook, Oregon to reside. J imes R Jul ley, of Tacoma, arrived Friday to visit his sister, Mrs. McSorley. Chan. Wilson came home from Tacoma Wednesday wlieie he hail been on busi ness. Miss Flora Hall, of Thornwood, Wash, arrived Tuesday to visit Miss Von Bar gen. Mrs. Allen Johnson and little daugh ter arrived in Elma Thursday to visit friends. Heliotrope Circle No. 110 is preparing to celebrate the ninth anniversary of its organization. Mrs. C. C. Combes who had been in Aberdeen visiting relatives, returned home Thursday. Mrs. M. S. Haner went to Odessa, Wash., Thursday to visit her brother. She was accompanied as fur as Seattle by Mrs. Chus. Haner. Mrs. John Butin, of Portland, and daughter, Mrs. Wilton, of Chehalis, visi ted Judge and Mrs. Taylor here, return ing to their homes, Wednesday. OAKVILLt The quality of the cream received at the creamery for the past two weeks has improved wonderfully. bred Blechschtnidt has purchased the Sunnyside farm of K. M. Beckley, and will devote his time piiucipally to farm ing. Another basiness house has changed hands, Mr. F. H. Stevens of Tacoma, having purchased the mercantile busi ness of It. .1. Sloner. Mrs. K. E. Inmon of Bucoda, who has been visiting here at the home of her mother-in-law, Mrs. S. J. Inmon, has returned to her home. Allen llall has moved his family and household goods here from Cedarville, and is living in the house owned by C. N. Mills on Oak street. A private communication from Alberta informs us that Mr. Fred l'omerink, foimerly a prominent citizen of Cakville but now a prosperous farmer of Alberta, has taken unto himself a charming young wife. HOCIIiIAM Miss Edna Drew, of Moclips, is in town the guest of friends for a few days. Jack Cooper, of Copalis, is up for a few days attending to some summer ar rangements. C. D. Hanson lias purchased the Har ry Martin home on the corner of Fifth and M streets. | T. R. Sanderson left Tuesday for Port | land en route to Oaklanl, whore he goes ; to attend to some business matters. Mrs. Depree and daughter, Ethel, left Tuesday for Laramie, Wyo., to visit Mrs. Depree's mother, who is seriously ill. Jack Sparfing is on the Humptuli|;s making preparations for the removal of Bale & Sparling's camp to a new logging site. ' ABERDEEN HERALD, THURSDAY, MARCH 28. 1907 Mr*. Bert Baker, of Vallejo, Cal., ar rived in town Tuesday evening to spend a few weeks with her parents, Mr. and Mr*. Alex Tilly. Carl Hoover, the infant eon of K<l Hoover, of Gilmore street, in seriously ill with what is thought to bit a blood rup ture of the brain. Charley Hayden of Astoria, who has the management of the North Western Box factory, is in town for a few days visiting his wife's people, Mr and Mrs. Jolm'Cooper and family oljlowa, arrived in town* Tuesday. Mr. Cooper and family who come to visit Mr. Cooper's brother, I. I!. Cooper, will per haps locate in lloquiam. It lias bi'i'ii fifteen years since Mr. Cooper lived in the Ijcity *and although he recognizes many faces, notes a vast change in the growth of Hoiiuiam. j NEW MILL DELAYED. Large Sliinglc Mill at lloquiam Wait ing for Machinery. Hoquia.m, March 27,—Work on the new shingle mill being built in thin city by A. I<\ Coates, B. Johnson and Jesse Lewis hag been discontinued for the time being, owing to the delay in the arrival of the machinery which should have ar rived several weeks ago. The construction of this large plant wa° rushed in order that the mill would be cutting shingles by June 1, but it is very doubtful whether it can be com pleted before the middle of July. This new mill when completed will be j one of the most up-to-date and modern mills on the harbor. The capacity will j be .'>oo,ooo shingles per ten hours, but it is the intention of the stockholders to incre'se the output as soon as the de mand warrants. A«lveriiN«<l seller*. following letters remain uncalled for in the Aberdeen postollice for the week ending Mar. 20, 1007 : Allison, Willie Jones, Mary Anderson, Sigvart Johnsson, Aron Burnett, Walter Landing, Mrs Geo Boston Studio Morey, Elliott H (2) Boinois, Josef Munday, Mrs F Biilinirton, A Monroe, Chas Berg, Fred Mitchell. Orvis Beyers, Mrs Pearl Mandonado, F Beebe, Win A Maniual, W M Clelland, Win Oiborne. David Conn, Kenneth E Olson, Chas S Carter, F D Plancbe, Fred C Davis, Clarence A Petranovic, Matija De Cham plain, Paul Ramsey, Thomas Davis & Dineem Kawlinson. Edward G—, Miss Katie Swansea, Mrs I. S Hodgson, W A StocUhamer, Bertha Hixon, J A St Clair, Miss M (2) Hendrikeon, John Seaval, Will Henderson, Marie Sandal, Nikolai J Hill, Mis Ella Williams, Harlie Fourth Class Seluia, Liud Persona calling ior inese letters will please say "Advertised." W. B. CIIAMMATTU, P. M. Home-Made Catarrh Cure. Any one can mix right at home the best remedy of its kind known. The name "Cyclone" is given to the follow ing prescription, it is supposed, because of its promptness in driving from the blood and system every vestige of ca tarrhal poison, relieving this foul and dread disease, no matter where located. To prepare the mixture: Get from any good pharmacy, one-half ounce Fluid Extract of Dandelion, one ounce Com- Kargon and three ounces Compound Svrup Sareaparilia. Shako well and use in teaspoonful doaes after each meal and at bedtime. This is a harmless, inexpensive mix ture, which has a peculiar action upon the elitninative tissues of the Kidneys, assisting them to filter and strain from the blood and system all catarrhal poisons, whic.i if not eradicated, are absorbed by the mucous membrane and an open sore or catarrh is the result. Prepare some and try it as it is the prescription of an eminent catarrh spe cialist of national reputation. Farm for Sale. About 70 acres, 0 miles from Klma, 2."> acres in meadow and pastures, all good land, running water and nice orchard. School house within a quarter mile, shingle mill near, postoflice and fctuie 3 miles. l'rice $1,000, including-? young cows, horse and buggy, and all necessary im plements and tools. Address, 55-;jt Chas. Lund, Klma, Wash. Farm For Sale- Forty acres on county road, 3 miles east of Elma. 10 acres in oats and grass. Good 5-room house, large barn; and pheds, wood shed and good well of wa ter ; 8S fruit trees, three-fourths mile to schoolliouse. About $1,090 worth of c<-- dar on the place. $2,000 will takejthe place if bought soon. Address John D. Osborne, Elma, Wash. D. S. JOHNSTON CO. PIONEER PIANO DEALERS NEW STORE COR. WISHKAH & G STREETS At the "Book Nook'' 52 9t 0 . THE BOSTON _ - ilMm 6rcat tester Sale of «|%r COATS and 7 SUITS ft " D MjMA i \ Jm} j! it IJ A great collection of the most up to Mti ■// li ' « \' ( V\ <lalc Coats, Jackets and Suits, in every /j y/ jl |i"l .\ fashionable material will be presented at )- 'yj n i • P r ' ces Uiat will add materially to the / 4«io .t •' // // -H | -"-V reputation established by this store as " lu7 --'iJ giving the very latest values. New Spring Tailored The New English Suits for Ladies. Plaid Tourist Coats In view of the offering, women who com bine style with economy will appreciate the Th „ ncw E ]is]l p]aid T . Cofl 52 special offering, rhese suits surpass anything _ ° ever presented at the price. The new Pony 54 inches long, very full flowing sweep, and semi-fitting Coat and the latest Eton ef- falling in deep folds, in the new gray and fects are here. Splendidly made of fine Eng- . , ~ „ , , lish mixed gray suiting, Scotch Tweed, Che- crea,n m,xtures : double-breasted, self-strapped viot, Serge and in plaids, hair-line and plain patched pockets, inlaid velvet and broadcloth, weaves, including \ oiles and Panamas, per- collar trimmed with braid and ornaments, feet fitting, highly tailored and will prove a . positive saving of $5 to $10. Specially priced Specially priced at $12, $15, $18 and $25 $12, $15 and 20.00 You Can miTTI nnprpflßT We Sell Do Better For Sale. About S acres, 3 miles east ot Elma on the county road. 5 acres in oats and grass,- 00 bearing fruit trees. Good 5 room house and well of watt r, fruit house woodshed, chicken house and yards. Some ceilar and fir on place. One eighth of a mile to schoolhotise. Four head of cattle, some bees, etc. Address P. L. o s rquin, Elma. Wash. His Modest Claim. I A claim for damages against a rall i rond company Is so often a license for ! exorbitant charges that a simple bill, such as was received by an American railroad company many years ago, even apart from its humorous aspect, is refreshing. It ran as follows: The and Railroad company to John Smith Dr. July 19. 1837.—T0 running your Loco motive into my wife; as per Doc tor's bill for curing her 110.60 To smashing ban box and spilling her hat 3.97 To upsetting my deer born (wugon) and breaking it 35.00 To hurting; mo 6.00 *53.87 There Is authority for stating that ] the claim was paid immediately. — j Scrap Hook. Her Chilly Retort. The late Dr. of Maiden, after pouring forth the story of his undying love in the most touching manner for , over an Lour to a young woman who he hoped would become his fourth wife, was refused the second time, lie started for the door; but, looking around, he said In a most thunderous tone, "Ry heavens, you are the eold- I est woman I ever saw!" "The young woman looked up and ; answered sweetly: "Oh, no, doctor; you have seen three colder than I!"— Boston Herald. A Curious Notice. This curious official notice was once published In Germany: "At the request of Herr Wilhelm Leisrsou of Innsbruck the seaman, Johan Lelgson, who was drowned in May, ISO!), on a journey from Stockholm to Hamburg In the Kaiser Frledrlch, is hereby called up on by the courts to appear and report himself 011 or before April 1, ISBI, un der pain of being declared dead." Financial Note. Jerrold—Could you pay me that 10 shillings you owo me? I owe Johnson some money and want to pay him. Ilobart—Well, I'll tell you what. You pay Johnson what you owe him, and then I'll borrow 10 shilling.* off John son and pay you. Unjust. Fluffy Young Thing (at the play)—l believe this man in front of us Is trying to hear what we're saying. Man In Front (turning around)— You do me an injustice, my dear young lady. I am trying not to hear it.—Chicago Tribune. SKATING MASQUERADE Pavilion APRIL 1, 1907 PRIZES: For Most Comical Skater For Best Skating Couple GENERAL ADMISSION, 25cts. Those Masked Will Not Be Charged for Skatos Only Those Masked May Compete for Prizes This Closes the Skating Season Pavilion Will Be Reopened With a DANCE April 6, 1907 Everybody cordially invited to attend the opening of this Popular Dancing Resort. DIRECT PRIMARY YOTINfI CONTEST The Morning 1 Washingtonian will give away a Handsome Piano, Ladies' Gold Watch, Handsome Easy- Chair (leather), Trips to 'Frisco, Portland and Seattle, with all expenses paid, including hotel; a week's board at Moclips Summer Resort (for several); and many other valuable inducements in return for a little assist ance from Young Ladies only, during leisure hours. Address, THE WASHINGTONIAN HOQUIAM, for particulars.