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cream of tartar mßjr baking powder—Makes War Food More Delicious and Whole- W some —No Alum —No Phosphates g Care Must be Taken to Keep Alum ■ From the Food wBl Dr. Alonzo Clarki "A aubttance (alum) which can derail* tfw atomach ahould not be tolerated in baking powder." I \«Mk. Prof. & W. Johnson, Yale College: "I regard their (aham and soluble alumina aalts) introduction into baking powders a* most dangerou* to health." IN CHEUAUS COUNTY HAPPENINGS IN ALL PARTS OF TOE COUNTY. Items of Interest Prom all Sections of Chehalis County. Gathered by Aberdeen Herald Correspondents and Cleaned from Our County exchanges. MONTESANO B. Prante, who has been the en gineer at Bishop's saw mill, has resigned his position' and taken a good place at West port. Newton Gilkey was in Montesano last week from Grant'* Pass, Oregon He is ((linking of moving up here to remain (wrmaueutly. Henry liouts has returned from Aber deen, where he has been in the hospital tor several weeks, recovering from aseri ouaoperation. The Esther Society i§ arranging for a Christinas tree at the Presbyterian church for the pleasure of the Sunday •(.'hoot children. Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Schafer will cele brate the twentieth anniversary of their marriage Christmas day at their home on the upper Satsop. George Li. Damon, of Damon's Point, is spending the week in this city. Old timers say this is the first time that be baa been up here for sixteen years. £. B. Benn, who was appointed special administrator of the estate of Mike Gold smith, deceased, by Judge Irwin, has bad his bond of $00,000 approved by the court. Mrs. C. H. demons, accompanied by Miss Helen and Master Charles, returned rom Portland last week, where she had been to visit her three oldest children, who attend scnool there. While away Site, demons and children visited Mr. and Mr*. I'. Murray, the parents of Mrs. demons, who Live in Junction City, Oregon. HOQUIAM Clark Peuier, a former resident of Ho cjuiam. died ut Elma last week. XVrF,. tiarnh Darling has returned from Taconia, after an absence of several months. Mr. and Mrs. Rogers left Monday for their home in Elma after a visit here of several days. T. L. 11 oman went to Elma Sunday to attend the funeral of Thos. l'ealer, which took place that day. Miss Louise (Jeer arrived Saturday evening from Michigan on a visit to her brother, W. A. Geer. W. L. McNair and eon Jasper arrived in the city Monday from Elma. Mr. McNair will move his family here in a few days. The Elk« of Iloquiam are planning for a social dance for members and friend*, to occur at the Firemen's hall on Friday evening, 27. Dr. R. C. Hunter Is visiting his chil dren, Dr. F. Hunter and Miss Pearl and Ruby Hunter in this city. Dr. Hunter expresses himself as well pleased with what he has seen of the Harbor district. The local Eastern Star held an enter taining meeting Monday evening, when iialf a hundred members came down f rom Aberdeen and assisted in an initia tion and in the good fellowship time wtric'j followed. ELMA The White Star mill shut down indefi nitely Wednesday. B. F. Crain left Wednesday for Mis* ouri to visit his parents. Walter Hale left Thursday for Tempe, Ariioca. for several weeks visit with his parents. Mrs D. Servis left for Everett Thurs day for a visit with relatives. Wo, VanLnven i 8 building a house near the Liscuuie lesidence, 14x22, 10 foot walls. A. W. Dmiiinu, wife anil children, went to Aberdeen Friday afternoon to visit relatives. It is thought that the new electric plant will be ready for business by the first of the year. The Knights of Pythias are making arrangements to celebrate on the 19ih of February, HX)B. Arthur Devonshire came up from Moo tesano Thursday to look after bis bank ing interest here. S. I. Lanning, wife and son arrived from Ontario, Can., Monday and will go to McCleary's to locate. G. VV. Adams, of Kumsey, Kentucky, visited C. C. Combes here the first of the week, and left Tuesday for home. OAKVILLb Hiram Chambers is reported seriously ill at bis father's residence at Cedarville. Mm. F. C. Wilcox is seriously ill at the residence of G. L. Johnson at this place. The street commissioner has been hauling some gravel on the streets re cently. C. A. Morey has sold a lot on Main street to Herbert McKay. The consid eration was $125. S. G. Bussard and family have moved into the house on Main street recently purchased from Ed. Winston COSMOPOLIS. Mrs. E. B. Church has just returned from Portland. Her many acquaintances will be glad to know of her arrival on the Harbor. O. S. Sanders, who lived for 18 years on North river, visited friends in Cos mospolis and Aberdeen for the past week. Mr. Sanders returned Wednes day morning to his home, at Startup, Wash. DON'T EXPERIMENT. You Will Make No Mistake if You Follow This Aberdeen Citizen's Advice. Never neglect your kidneys. If you have pain In the back, urin ary disorders, dizziness and nervouß ness, It's time to act and no tlmo to experiment. These are all symp toms of kidney trouble, and you should seek a remedy which Is known to cure the kidneys. Doan's Kidney Pills Is the rem edy to tise. No need to experiment. It has cured many stubborn cases In Aberdeen. Follow the advice of an Aberdeen citizen and be cured your self. F. M. Howard, living In South Ab erdeen, Wash., says: "I can speak in high praise of Doan's Kidney Pills. My father-in-law was a suf ferer from kidney trouble for twelve years and spent a great deal of mon ey for medicines, but never received any permanent relief until I got Doan's Kidney Pills at W. B. Paine & Co.'s drug store, and sent them to him. He wrote us a short time lat er asking If we would get some more for him, for they proved the best medicine of the kind he ever used. From the fact that he had me send him the remedy twice Is eon vlnclng proof that the results ob tained from its use were satisfac tory.'* For sale by all dealers. Price 60 cents. Foster-Mllburn Co., Buffalo, New York, sole agents for the Unit ed States. Remember the name—Doan's— ani take no other. 58 Timber Claims. I am purchasing fir, cedar and pine timber claims from the original holders at prices warranted by their location, quantity and quality of timber. What have you to offer? Write to Anous G. Mack ay, IS-2m Port Huron, Mich ABERDEEN HERALD THURSDAY. DECEMBER 19. 1907 SOMETHING DOING In ElMom Between Now and Christ* mas. Go and See. Tiiie evening there will be several in itiations dnring which a fine musical program, by orchestra quartette ami so loists will be ren lered. After lodge the big feed. On Monday afternoon, December 23rd, the lady members of the Elks household, with their friends, commencing prompt ly at 2 o'clock, will indulge in a turkey raflle at the club rooms. On the evening of the same day, Mon day, Dec. 23, all Klks will meet at the club rooms ot 8 o'clock for again parti tioning tnrkey, that all may have and enjoy a genuine old fasnioned Christmas dinner. Each member of the Order can bring a friend with him. PAT. QUINN MISSING. A Well Known Logger May Have liet With Toul Play. Pat Quinn, a logger, has not been seen (or the past two weeks, and his friends are anxious for his safety. He was a man of 55 years and had considerable money which be displayed freely. After he came to town he left his blaffke't at a store and roomed with soine'young men in a shack. He loaned a young whom he bad known in the east 918, and it wai on arconnt of tbia person looking for him to pay back the money, that bis ditapperance was noted. He was known to bave about $300 when last seen, and as he baa not culled for hi* blankets, nor been seen by uuy of his acquaintances, they fear that he has met with foul play. AdvartlMfl kllltri. following letters remain uncalled for in the Aberdeen poatoffice (or the week ending December 17, 1907: , Buck, L W Lang, Floyd (2) Bronnoell, Karl Larson, Mist Emma Branstad.Misa Lkna MeHenry, Jauies Bose, P O McKensy, W Benton, E W MacKinnon, Miss M Baker, Neat McCormick, James Bacior, Jozef Mowlins, O H Baskovich, Johan Mollon, Miss Helen Barkas Frank Mills, F H Bad roil, Mr Megaard, Oluf Collins, W F (2) Noe, John (2) Cole, J R Mot, Pearl Canon, Lewis Noble, C T Chlin, Buck Neely, Daniel Carlson, Dr A T Oatluud, Ed Douglas, Mrs F Pur, Anton Davis, Stuart H T (2) Frescott, Wm Damicb, Mrs Meri l'arcsich, iSam Decker, Henry Huediuer, Henry Evans, Harry Russtelle, Mrs Lettie Green, W Rice, Fred Gulbreith,Harvey L Reed, Robert Garley, Frank Reynolds, H VV Hutcliins, Frank Siinunsen, Fred Huff, Henry Scheibner, John E Hoskins, O F Scowel, Paul Hedstrom, Frank Scbarenbrvich Clara Harrison, W 8 Stockhamer Barbara Hines, E D Stretton, W H Haas, Val Stridsbauarel, Logen Hjelle, Albert Sorensen, Hans Johnson, Ed Smith, Mrs Mary Johnson, Treasure E Tucker, Henry Jackson, Kellie Tassier, Victor Kennedy, Rod Umphrey, Jack Karberg, Karl Vandusen, J Kongsrold, Rasmus Vauhibbler, Wm Lundy, Frank J Wooley, Mrs A Lowry, Pack Wylie, Mrs Larimer, George Ward, Ethel Louzon, Matt Yeasley, W W Long, Nelt Persona calling for these letters will please say "Advertised." W. B. Cbammattk, P. M. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE State of Washington, in and for Che balls County. C. M. Pardue, Plaintiff, j vs. >■ Summons. Hattie Pardue, Defendant. ) The State of. Washington, to the said Hattie Pardue: In the Name of the State of Washing ton, You are hereby summoned to ap pear within sixty days after the date of the first publication of this summons, to-wit, within sixty days after the I9th day of December, 1!I07, and defend tbe above entitled action in the above en-. titled court, and answer the complaint of ] the plaintiff, and serve a cony of yoiir. answer upon the undersigned attorney for plaintiff, at his office below stilted; and in caße of your failure so to do, judg ment will be rendered against you ac cording to the demand of the complaint, which has been tiled with the clerk of said court. The object of tho above entitled action is to obtain a decree of divorce, upon the ground of desertion. AUSTIN M. WADE, Attorney for Plaintiff. Office and Postoffice address: Aber deen, Chebalis County, State of Wash ington. Date of first publication Dec. 19, 1907. Date of last publication Jan. 30, 1907. Badly Mixed Up. Abraham Brown, of Winterton, N. Y., had a very remarkable expe rience, he says: "Doctors got badly mixed up over me; one said heart disease; two called it kidney trouble; the fourth blood poison, and the fifth stomach and liver trouble; but none of them helped me; so my wife aavised trying Electric Bitters, which are restoring me to perfect health. One bottle did me more good than all the five doctors prescribed." Guaranted to cure blood poison, weakness and all stomach, liver and kidney complaints, by Evans Drug Co., druggists, 50c. X Turkish Bath Parlors. Mr. and Mrs. Hibbs, of Hot Lake, Oregon, have opened up Turkish Bath Parlors for both ladies and gentlemen at the corner of Broadway and Heron street. Hours, 1 p. m. to 12 midnight. tf VVVVVVVwVVV V ▼ W — — - — - - - - THE BOSTON THE BOSTON THE BOSTON THE BOSTON'S EXTENSIVE SHOWING OF Holiday Ms \ A Mammoth Display of Toys and Toys from all parts of the world. It is impossible to even attempt to describe one thousandth part of the large variety which we are showing. Come and see and enjoy the festiv ities. We are more than ever the Headquarters for Holiday Goods. Furs -- All New The Women's Just received hundreds of new styles; a Ready-to-Wear Section beautiiul selection at less than present , „. . , . , „ , abounds with the best offerings—the best manufacturers prices. Come and see. . . . it 6 bargains in the west. ~~ Ladies' $20 and $22.50 silk and satin TVTovkt Cliinf XAT Ck "1 rubberized coats in all the handsome shades • JNew oiiirt waists gray<browU)cardinal)myrtle>purple aud Just received by express black at _ $13.98 The most dainty and most stylish sliirt waists for Holiday Festivities at re- I ~| * ' I /"• « duced prices. Come aud see. LflCllCS LOfICJ vOdlS • ■ The entire stock, without exception, goes at a paice that cannot be equaled by Toys Toys I any other concern. At a Saving of so per Cent. #20.00 ladies' suits at #12.48 on dressed dolls, kid body, undressed dolls 2-. 50 coats at 15.00 separate heads, toilet sets, albums, men's 35.00 coats at . 25.00 smoking sets, vases, cups and saucers, 27.00 tailored suits at 19,50 steins, mirrors, smoking sets and thousands &t of other articles at a 16.50 walking skirts at 10.00 Saving of 50 per Cent. 10.00 walking skirts at 6.98 You Can ITITTTI We Sell Do Better jjjj Sl=~ "WHY GIRLS LEAVE HONE." A Melodrama With a Moral Better Than a Sermon. There is something entirely new in the way of melodrama at the Grand this week, says the Salt Lake Herald. "Why Girls Leave Home" was given its first presentation in this city last night and scored a decided success. The housa was crowded to its limit and the enthusiasm found expression in many unusual dem onstrations. "'Why Girls Leave Home" deals with the problem that is tearing at the heart strings of parents in this and every other community—how to save their young daughters from the pitfalls laid for them by the gay "Lotharios" of Society. The problem is presented powerfully in this melodrama, and while many of the situ ations are extravrgant, and much of the color in laid on with too lavish a hand, there is still truth in the picture. It is certainly an interesting play, entirely ont of the ordinary. At the Grand Theater, even ing. The Herald twice a week UUa it aIL Penny Arcade and G Sts. Moving Pictures # The Latest Songs —sSI ONE CENT=^- Illustrated Songs of Best Artists, 5 cents HOUSE OF GALL FOR LADIES Cosey Retiring Rooms Free No Improper Characters Allowed. Miss Vera Crawford, Lady Manager Aberdeen Soda and Bottling Works High Grade Sods and Mineral Waters Oilman and Bar Supplle* 400-2 West Heron St., Cor. M St. All Orders Delivered »Free in Aberdeen and Hoquiim. AGENTS: Oljmpla Brewing Co., Paclflo'Brewing!* Malting Co;. Aoheaiar.Boaafe. Bottle Beer.