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Have Money Yon will find a real business economy in depositing with j this bank, get a handsome j check book, free, and pay all j bills by check, which becomes j your best receipt. Individual Accounts I I.,ar<>e and small extended ev- j evy possible courtesy. UNION BANK & TRUST CO. Backed by Sixty-Two Leading Citizens of Aberdeen Tales of lhn Town Tersely Told.; Magazines up-to-date, Evans Drug Co. G Canterbury, dentist, over State Bank. " 9t) * tf Chest protectors, all prices. Evans Drug Co. " Miss May Mulhoilam is visiting friends in Seattle. Rev. Lemuel T. lioot, of Elma, visited the city last week. Dr. (3. E. Chamberlain, Rooms 8, 9, and 10, Dabney Block. H B. F. Reed,of Ellensburw, was a visitor in Aberdeen last week. Mrs. J. VV. Stamper, of Ocoßta, visited Aberdeen friends Friday. Miss Dora Brecht has accepted a posi tion in the telephone office. Dr. O. R. Austin, Rooms 19-20, Doris block, over Dean's tea store. tf Dr. E. E. Lane, Dentist. Hayes & Hayes building. Telephone 177. tf Judge N. S. Arnold is down from Oiympia, visiting his son, C. E Arnold. E. C. Brockett was a passenger for Ta coma Saturday, where he went on busi ness. Dean's Best Coffee for breakfast makes you happy. Phone 1411. Wo deliver free. '' L. 11. Burnett and family returned last week fruni un outing at Green River Hot Springs. For Gumey. Express or Dray, call 14. A-A Star Transfer. Your orders prompt ly filled. Chas. McDonald, a well known young merchant of Eluia, had business in the city Friday. Mrs. Judge Lanning returned Friday evening from a visit witbiher mother at Bellin«ham. Miss Irene Ramedale a surgical operation at St. hos pital last week. John Lindstroin returned Friday even ing from an extended visit to his ship yard in Eureka, Cal. Van Abken & Iloltman have started up their piling camp, on Elk river, near Ocosta, employing 45 mtn. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Gross left Satur day for Kent, where Mr. Gross will en gage in the clothing business. Mr. and Mrp. A .1. Barrett, of Everett, left Friday for their home, Rafter a visit with Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Melrose. Dr. A. S. Austin, Hayeß & Hayes Bank Bldg., over l'aine's Drug Store. Residence Grays Harbor Hospital, tf H. B. McNeil left Friday for Douglas county, where Mrs. McNeil has]! been holding down a homestead since last spriug. Mrs. W. C. Gawley is reported as rapidly recovering from her illness, and will be able to leave the hospital for her home in a few days. Joseph B. Dabney addressed the pupils oi the High school Friday morning, and gave them an interesting description of his recent tour in Europe. C>arence A. Lillie, secretary of the Western Cooperage Co., returned to Portland yesterday, after a visit of sever al days at the company's local works. Tne municipal tax levies for 1007, in Chehalia county are aa follows: Aber deen, 48.25 mills; Hoquiam, 41.25; Monteeano, 46.75; Elma, 36.75; Ocosta, 40.75; Cosmopolis, 28.75. Why get up in the morning feeling blue, Worry others anil worry you; Here's a secret between you and me, Better take Rocky Mountain Tea. —W. B. Paine & Co. John Hanson, the well known tailor, returned Friday evening from Washing ton, D. C., where he attended the na tional convention of Cuetom Tailor Cut ters. On his trip of a month, Mr. Han son visited many of the principal cities of the East and South, and had a most pleasant time. COUNTY COMMISSIONERS WouM Repeal Eight-Hour Law, as to County Work. At the meeting «'f the newly organized Waahington Mate Association of Srate Commissioners, tiehl 111 Tacoma last week, a resolution was adopted under which the legislative committee will d • maud the repeal of the eight-hour la« so far a* it applies to work on county road'f and bridges. The resolution was ad ppted after a hot debate by a vote of 36 to 1?,. It was pointel out that in many of the more thinly settled countieH it was im-j possible to |>ay lor necessary road work if the men employed were restricted to eigtthcms'work. Commissioner Pe'er-1 son, of Pierce Couuty, opposed the reso lution. Other resolutions adopted weie: To regulate the width of wagon tires on enmity roads as follows: For a two ton load, 3-inch tires; for a three-ton 1 5-inch ii p es; and for a load of four tots or morf, 6" nch tir> B. Asking thr repeal of tne law limiting rep.iir expenses on county > roads and bii'ges to $150. Asking that the commissioners be giv en t» W r, where the assessment of proper ty is e'e irlv unj s ■ to adjua ■ ich cases. Coo'inenditjgcounty assessors for el* for's tow ird a righteous assessment of the reai estate in 1!H)8. j Dr. Smith, Osteopath, 7-8, l' 0 block. The Herald twice a week tells It all i Take your prescriptions to Evans Drug j Co. tf ) F. C. Wilcox made a business visit to j Tacoma Friday. A fresh supply ol l.owney's candies at Evans Drug Co! tf Rev. Nets Heiner went to Portland on business Saturday. Dr. Long, dentist. Room 8, Dabney block. Phone 13. tf M. W. Johnston made a business visit to Tacoma last week. Brushes of all kinds and ill kinds of batn house supplies at EvansDrug Co.tf J. T. Monroe, of Mena, Ark., is in the city visiting his sister-in-law, Mrs. Wm. Qohl. For Guiney, Express or Dray, call 14 ' A-A Star Transfer. Your orders prompt ly filled. tf Mr. and Mrs. Frank Vandergratt left Thursday evening for Wichita, Kansas, to reside. F. A. Hatfield left Friday for his home at North Yakima, after a business visit in the city. J. F. Richards and S. M. Langdon were initiated into the Elks lodge Thurs day evening. A bahy boy was born to Mr. and Mrs. James Hislop, 5)0 West Wishkah street, last Monday. H.C. Clianler went to Centralia Sat urday to assume management of the , opeia house there. A letter from Mrs. C. T. Wooding, Los Angeles, states that Mr. Wooding'scon dition is very precarious. Sheriff McWhinney has warrants for Chas. Nelson and John Strum, charged w th beating their board bills. C. T. Warren, general passenger agent of the Santa Fee railroad, was in the city Saturday on business for his road. Assessor Carter lias appointed Percy Perry to assess Aberdeen, and he will begin the work on the first Monday in March. Mrs. James Frace came down from Olympia last week, to make an extended visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Coxey. liev. A. H. Hause, pastor of the Bap tist church, delivered a memorial ad dress before the Knights of Pythias lodge at Olympia Saturday evening. Thtf trialjby jury of O. C. Vammen for violation of the Sunday law, Thursday afternoon, resulted in conviction. The jury lixed the fine at $30 and costs, amounting in all to about $52. Notices of sheriff's sale were posted on the Colonial hotel and Olympia bar by Sheriff McWhinney Friday, to satisfy a mortgage of $l,t>oo held by the Aberdeen Brewing Co. The sale will be held at 10 a. m. next Monday. Builds up waste tissue, promotes appetite, improves digestion, induces refreshing sleep, giving renewed strength and health. That's what Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea will do. 35c, Tea or Tablets, W. B. Paine & Co. Broadway Pharmacy Always ready to deliver goods to your home iree and quickly. TRY US. BROADWAY PHARMACY 911 - Phone - 911 ABERDEEN HERALD, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 17. 1908 Rubber goods at Evans Drug Co. tf Dean for Freeh Egg*, Butter aud Gro ceries. tf E. C. Brackett is visiting friends in Tacorn i. Sheet music and musical iutruments, Evans Drug (Jo. Plenty of leading uiat'er foi idle hours at Evans Drug Co. 11 Dr. Mayine MacLafferty over Boston Store, Phone 1312. t' Mrs. K. J. Hilts entertained the ' Four G'a" last Thursday evening. Louis J. Gilsoul, of Raymond, is in the city, visiting old mends. Mrs. W. B. entertained the Jolly Girls Friday afternoon. Dr. D. C. Urie has moved to Rooms 1 2, 3,\Vishkah bik. Hione 2171 01 3353, Misa Myrtle Wiggins lelt Satuiday lor a short visit with ft lends in Seattle. Miss Jennie Leland was up from Mo clips Saturday visiting Aberdeen friend}. Dr. D. C. Urie has moved to Rooms 1, 2, 3, ii ishkah blk. l'tione 2171 or 3353. Rev J. A. Lor in went to Rochester Saturday, where he held (services yestti day. Foil Sale—A four-hule cook stove. L'sen two months. liiqufe at 317 North L) e treut. 4U-2t Ml. and Mrs T. B. tlargis aud Oscai Hargis left Satuiday tur I'uui'n Valley, O \uihoma, to reside. I A number of married ladies gave a de | lightful dancing parly in A. O. U. W. , bull Friday evening. The February High Jinks ol the Schu bert Club will be helil next Monday in,ni in A. O. U. W. ball. Tim Epworth League held a pleasant Valentine social Friday evening, at the j home of Mr. and .Mrs. L. C. Davidson. Reuben 11. Fleet came doiwi from Muiitesano Friday evening, to attend the Valent.ne social ol ihe Q. V. Club. Mrs. A. J. Morley received a seveie fall nvm her wheel last aeek, fiom the effects ot which she lias not yet lecovered. Airs. J. J. Carney entertained a party of lady school teacheis Saturday attei noon, at her home, 315 East Fourth ati est. The editor acknowledges receipt of au iuvitatiou to v.sil the grounds of the A-Y-F exposition, Director 1. A. Nadeati. Invitations are out for the fiist annual ball of the Aberdeen Athletic Association at their club rooms, Saturday evening, Febi uary 22. Mr. and Mrr, O. C. Jacobsen are stay ing at Hoquum with Mrs. Jacobsen's parents, while the tire damage to their bouse is being repaired. Mrs. E. F. Jones and children and Miss Lillian Jones spent Sunday at Elma ' visiting their parents and grandparents, Mr. and Mis. J. B. Jones. I. J. Leonaid, who has been in the employ of the J. J. Kaufman Furnituie |Co , has i urchused an interest in the ! concern, and is now assistant manager. The Ladies' Aid society of the Meth o lis; church entertained a large party ot ladies Friday afternoon at a Valentine tea, at the home ol Mr. and Mis. J. S. Coxey, 221 We6t Heron street. If you suffer with indigestion, con stipation, feel mean and cross, no strength or appetite, your system is unhealthy. Hollister's Rocky Moun tain Tea makes the system strong and healthy. 35c, Tea or Tablets, at VV. Is. Paine & Co. Capt. tlariiman, who is overseeing the work of placing the machinery in the steamer Capaetranoat Cortland, arrived in the city Friday. The captain says the Capastrano will reach Aberdeen ahjiit March 5, to load lumber for San Francisco. W. C. Lloyd, tliif well known cigar maker, who lett here several months ago for at zjna for his health, nas returned i greatly improved. He spent ttie time | prospecting in the mountains, and se j cured some piomisiug claims as well as. regaining his health. The CJ. V. club gave a delightful Val entine social Friday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Mack, 313 Noith jll stieet. Tne large rooms were beanti- I fully decorated in appiopriate designs, j and Die young folks spent a most pleas- j : ant evening, with music, dancing, re-' ! fieshmeiits and social conversation. ! The injunction suit of Samuel Betin, seeking io enj in tlii county commi-sion i ers from paying $5,000 attorney's fee to j I Ashton ami Abel, for services in prevent i ing division of the county, was dismissed i I in the superior court Saturday, accord- j I ing to a simulation of both parlies that such would be done if ttie supreme court ' denied a rehearing. Are you registered? j. Jack Kukouski left this morning for Winnipeg. Rev. Frederick Tongeis visiting friends | in PuyaHup.' M. C. B'ake was up frani Westport on business Friday. tor coughs and colJ» try Evans White i i'tiie Cough Cure. " u J. A. Levin leit this morning for Troy, ! Idaho, on business. | (Jity Treasurer Sargent had business ; at Montesano Saturday. .Mr, and Mrs. Oie Strom left this j ; morning fur a visit to Norway. Beit Lewis was over from Raymond! I spending Sunday with his family. Fay Oheinan underwent an operation for appendicitis at a local hospital satur ; day. . Courty Assessor Carter went to Seat tle today, to attend the convention ol j assessors. Judge N. S. Arnold returned to Olyui* ; pia today, alter a visit with his son, C. E. Arnold. Miss Margaret Merry, 11 lion, N. Y., it j in the city, visiting hei sister, Mrs. A. L. i | Davenport. | The Review Club will meet tomorrow ! afternoon with Mrs. W. 11. McWniiiuey, j 219 North F street. The Western Cooperage Co. has tiled a ; suit in llie gupeiioi colli t .'or the dUeolu . lion of tlie company. i The new sleet ra lway bridge acioss the Wist kali liver will coat about $175,- 000 when completed.J E. <j. Hunt, C. E., returned Friday evening froui a visit of two months with relatives in the east. Mr. and Mrs. Kalph SpauUJing enter tained Mrs. Spaulding's Sunday school Class Friday evening. The Associated Charities will meet this evening in the city hall. All interested are urged to be present. W ill. Ilefl - !on returned to Whitworth college, Tacuina, after a vifcit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Heffron. Mr. and Mrs. Adolpli Sperier, wlio left Aber 'en for Astoria two years ago, have returned to again make their home here. Mr. and Mrs.C. W. Hebereon returned to their home at Tacouna yesterday, alter a visit with Mr, and Mrs. lioss !'inckuey. Captain and Mri. Ed. Smith enhr tained a party of friends at. cards Friday evening at their home, 401 South Lstreet. Mr. and Mrs. William Irvine enter tained a party of old residents Thursday evening in honor of Joseph B Dabuey. Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Troutman spent Sunday at Moclipa, visiting Mrs. Trout man's parents, Mr. and Mis. H. C. Leland. Wishkah Lodge, No. 44, Knights of Pythias, has tiled articles of incorpora tion, preparatory to building a hall on their First street property. I.ohI —-iatnriay evening, a purse con taining papers with owner's, name and $0.50 i'i coin. The tinder will please re turn to Miss Lillian Jones, Herald otlice. The High school defeated tlie Athletic Association at basket ball Friday even- I ing. The game was p eyed hi tne High j school gym. and the score stood 22 to 11. ; Tne Grays Harbor Busine«s Collete j basket ball team defeated the E'ma High (school team, at that town, Satuidxy night. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Middbton left to day for Greenvi.le, Mich., where ibey were called by the illness of Mr. Middle ton's nior her. H.J B. Walilri n and 1, R. Watkins ; have incorporate! the Essex Club and | Hotel Co. Tne capi'al stock is $20,000- ' and the principal place of busings Ab j erdeen. The logging train fro o Montesanoand ; eastward resumed its run th e morning, 'alter beinu laid off several months. The i opening of the camps in that section of I the county may be taken as a s'gn of the ! times. i Airs. Nancy J. Merrick, who was stricken with appoplexy last week, died iat 6:40 this morning, aged 71 years, 2 ] months and 12 days. She le.ives a bus ! band, 85 years old, and iwo children, .Mrs. Helling and Frank Merrick. Tne 1 luneral will take place at 2 o'clock to ; morrow afternoon, from Bowes i\; Ran dolph's undertaking parlors. i Ask Yourself the Question. Why not use Chamberlain s Pain Balm wnen you have rheumatism? i We feel sure that tlie result will be ; prompt and satisfactory. One appli -1 cation relieves the pain, and many have been permanently cured by its j use. 25c and 50c sizes. Sold by Evans Drug Co. Suffering and Dollars Saved. E. S. Loper, of Marilla, N. Y., says: "I am a carpenter and have had many severe cuts healed by Buckleu's Arnica Salve. It has Baved me suf fering and dollars. It Is by far the best healing salve I have ever found." Heals burns, sores, ulcers, fever sores, eczema and piles. 25c at Evans Drug Co. and Postoffice Pharmacy. 1 If you want to Advertise in newspapers anywhere at anytime call on or write E. C. Date's Advertising Agency ■24 Saniome Street DAN FRANCIMOO CALIF. The Herald la the moat widely read paper on Gray's Haroor. Wise adver tiser! know lit UMBRELLAS "A We have three hundred umbrellas which must be dis posed of within the next ten days. These Prices Will Do It. All ,f8 00 to $10.00 umbrellas go at $ti.25 All 3.50 to 4.00 umbrellas go at 2.40 All 2.00 to 2.75 umbrellas go at 1.70 All 1.75 umbrellas go at 1.35 All 1.25 umbrellas go at 95 All 1.00 umbrellas at 70 SEE CORNER WINDOW JEFF'S SHOE STORE Postofflce Block Cor Market and C Sts. Latest Fall Styles SUITS, COATS find SHIRT WAISTS Only Exclusive Tailor Made Ladies' suit House oil Grays Harbor. S. STELLA JORDAN 303 East Market Street. GOODNESS! LOTS OF IT IN OUR Boys' and Children's Suits GEO. FISHER The Reliable Clothier 41 I East Heron S* Fresh Groceries, Butter, Eggs, Fruits, Vegetables.. Prices low as the lowest for the quality of goods we handle. We court your patronage. r\ KT A M' O TEA < COFFEE AND mJ in f\IH O CROCKERY STORE 211 South G Street PHONE 14U Penny Arcade EK, Moving- Pictures @ Tlie Latest Songs —■=&! ONE CENT lllustrated Songs of Best Artists, 5 cents HOUSE OF CALL FOR LADIES Cosey Retiring Rooms Free No Improper Characters Allowed. Miss Vera Crawford, Lady Manager I "MADE IN ABERDEEN" I Kirst Class Brick: | Always Ready for Delivery | to Any Shipped in from Abroad I Examine/These Brick and Get Prices Before Ordering 1 Aberdeen Brick Works A ' J P s r lT a ' t PAID ADVERTISEMENTS For Councilman, Third Ward JOHN O'IIARE I hereby announce my candidacy for the nomina tion for Councilman from the Third Ward, on the Repub lican Ticket, at the Primary Election, March 10, 1908. JOHN O'HARE. For Councilman, Fourth Ward EDWARD DOLAN To the Voters of the Fourth Ward:—l announce that I am a candidate lor Councilman from the Fourth Ward, subject to the Repuplican Primary Election, March 10, 1908. EDWARD DOLAN.