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■J?,PRICE'S CREAM BAKING POWDER For making quickly and perfectly delicious hot biscuits, cake and pastry. Renders the food more tasty, nutritious and wholesome. No alum, no lime phosphate The government and food authorities have enabled the housekeeper to protect her family from the alum baking powder. They require that the label shall give her warning. She must buy from the label and decline any powder which the label does not show to be made from cream of tartar. IN CHEHAUS COUNTY HAPPENINGS IN ALL PARTS OF THE COUNTY. Items of Interest Prom all Sections or uioioiis County, Gathered by Aberdeen Herald Correspondents and Gleaned Prom Our County Exchanges. MONTESANO. Miss Lillian Fleet was home from college for the Thanksgiving holiday. Monteaauo has been selected as the uextpiace of holding the district lodge, Good Templars, about the middle of ■February. H. B. Marcy and Claude Pickering, irho located timber claims east of the mountains, have received notice to up. Harry Nethery, who is postal clerk on Vj-ci run between Seattle and Spo jka tu 1 -. came home Wednesday to spend Thanksgiving. ?,Irn. E. C. Waddington, of Seattle, »i asia oowii last week, organizing an to the C. W. B. M. of the Christian church. It has been rumored that the Mon tfcsano House would soon be reopened under the management of George E. VVatkins, of F,lma. Grandma Tarr passed the eighty tirst milestone of her life's journey last week, but she seems to grow younger in appearance. There is something rich in store for the amusement lovers of Montesano. The members ol the Montesano Band are practicing and diligently rehears ing for a minstrel show, to be given at the Op«ra House on Saturday night, December 14. A party of nine returned from a trip last week which resulted in each lo ta tin;.' a timber claim. The party comprised Henry Golightly, Charley and Prank Galloway, Claude Fretis, Henry Bower, C. McCloskey, Mr, Card, W. F. Bower and Thos. Doyle. The latter is an old timber cruiser and located the party. HOQUIAM. Mrs W. A. Medley and son, Chester, left Monday for St. Louis, Mo., for the winter. Hon. Geo. H. Emerson returned from "-u'ov**- Sunday, after several weeks' absence. Mr. and Mrs. Harris Brown, of Mon tesano, have arrived in the city and will locate here. H. p. Roberts returned Saturday from Hutchinson, Ky., and is now ■stojtjomg at the Baldwin. Mrs. Jessie Gibson returned Sunday •evening from Seattle, where she has be-eii visiting friends. ""police Judge Warren's report for November shows that fines collected lor the n-onth totaled $877. Mrs. Anna Sloan, of Baltimore, Md„ a cousin of Mrs. George D. Robertson .and Mrs. McLeod, is visiting here and expeeto ta spend the winter. The launch Alexander, recently by Frank L. Thurber and H. D. McKinney, is undergoing a thorough overhauling. She will be placed on be mail run to lower Harbor points on December 9. The committee of the Commercial Club appointed a few weeks since to consult with the city council concern ing public improvements, have each and all visited the Sound cities and will formulate a report to be submitted at the next session of the city council —next week, Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. John Dickerson and two children, of Lancashire, England, arrived in Hoquiam last week. They are friends of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Woods and are delighted with the Harbor oountry. . They may decide to locate here permanently. W. G. Pebbles recently purchased the two holdings on the corner of Twentieth and Chenamus avenue from Edward Campbell, the price being ♦1,700, and he is erecting five dwell ings on the lots, three to face Che namus avenue and two on Twentieth street. The dwellings will cost ap proximately $1,100, making the outlay $5,550. ELMA. Bie Kinnamau is attending a barber college in Tacoma. Miss Helen demons, of Montesano, is visiting at the Glancey home. Mr and Mrs. E. E. France and baby spent Thanksgiving in Montesano. Luther Roles returned on Monday to Potlatch, where he is conducting a hardware store. Harry and Ollie Porter spent Thanks giving in Montesano, guests of their sister, Mrs. A. D. Devonshire. Mr. and MrsTj7A. Vance and~chil dren returned Friday from a visit with friends and relatives at Olympia. The Misses Frances and Nellie Ley bold were up from Aberdeen to spend Thanksgiving with their mother. Miss Frances Glancey was home from Providence Academy, Olympia, to spend her Thanksgiving vacation. M. ,M. Wakefield, W. A. Combes and Jas. E. Murrey went up to Taco ma Wednesday, retnrning Thursday. John J.* Emley has purchased of Mrs. Adah Herriman the building now occupied by Mary E. McSperritt as a millinery store. Consideration, *3,000. OA&.V 11 iTiKi Mr. E. F. Hinckley, a druggist from Seattle, is now in charge of the Oak ville Pharmacy. Pansy Sheppard, who is attending school at Olympia, spent Thanksgiv ing Day with her aunt, Mrs. J. H. Cooper. Frank and James Pearson went to California lass week. A postal was received from them stating they had arrived at Oakland. Sweitzer, Wakefield & Morey have purchased several new rigs and started a livery barn in the building on the south side of Pine street. The band boys' entertaiument Sat urday night was a success. The sale of baskets and other contributions netted about $22 above the expenses, Jim Eitzgerald was elected a mem ber of the band at the meeting Mon day night. He now bears the official title, J. G. Fitzgerald, O. C. R., O. C. B. IP YOU LIST YOUR PROPERTY with mo I can Bell It for you. Will Lanning. 116 So. G St. 23-tf The Herald twice a week tells It all. ABERDEEN HERALD, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 3. 1 ALONG THE WATERFRONT Report of Arrivals and Departures of Vessels and Those Loadine at the Mills. The schooner Meteor is loading lit tlie Union mill for San Francisco. The schooner It. C. Slade Is at the Slade mill loading for San Pedro. Tlie sehoontr Zantpa is loading at at the Slade mill for San Francis co. The schooner Robert Lewnv !< loading at the West mill for Hi.iio lulu. The schooner W. J. Patterson is loading at (lie American mill for San Pedro. The schooner Watson A. West is loading at the Burrows mill for San Francisco. The schooner Chas. H. Wilson Is loading at the Hart-Wood mill for San Francisco. The steamer Hee sailed yesterday i from tlie Anderson & Middleton mill | for San Pedro. | The steamer Claremont sailed this i morning from tlie Hart-Wood mill j for San Pedro. The steamer W. H. Murphy arrlv led in port Tuesday, and is loading ! at the Slade mill for San Pedro. I The steamer Santa Monica arriv ed in port Tuesday and is loading at the American mill for San Pedro. The steamer Thomas L. Wand ar rived in port Tuesday, and is load i ing at the West mill for San Fran ! cisco. Good Cough Medicine for Children. The season for coughs and colds Is now at hand and too much care cannot he used to protect the child ren. A child is much more likely to contract diphtheria or scarlet fever when he has a cold. The quick er you cure his cold the less the risk. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Is the sole reliance of many mothers, and few of those who have tried it are willing to use any other. Mrs. F. F. Starcher, of Ripley, W. Va., says, "I have never used anything other than Chamberlain's Cough Remedy for my children and it has always given good satisfaction." This remedy con tains no opium or other narcotic and may be given as confidently to a child as to an adult. For sale by the Evans Drug Co. NOTICE OF ANNUAL SCHOOL ELECTION. Notice is hereby given that the annual election of Aberdeen School District No. 5, in Chehalis county, State of Washington, will be held at Aberdeen in said school district, on Saturday, the sth day of December, 1908, for the purpose of electing two school district directors for a term o? three years each, at the following polling places: First Ward — Whitman School building in East Aberdeen. Second Ward —Scott's store build ing, corner D and Market streets. Third Ward — Office of C. S. Weatherwax, corner of Market and H streets. Fourth Ward —Office of Anderson & Middleton, foot of I street. Fifth Ward—City Hall. Sixth Ward —Hose House, Hume street. The polls will be open from 1 o'clock p. m. to 7 o'clock p. m. By order of the Board of Directors. Dated this 10th day of November, 1908. (Signed) LOUISE J. SAVIGNY, 23-3t) Secretary School District. CALL FOR WARRANTS. City Treasurer Sargent has is sued a call for the warrants describ ed below, interest upon which ceased tody: Current expense warrant up to and including No. 3797. Water fund warrant up to and in cluding No. 1237. Improvement District No. 195, warrants No. 3636. Improvement District No. 194, warrants No. 3756, 3757. Improvement District No. 196 warrants No. 3754, 3785, 3786. Improvement District No. 206, warrants No. 3874. Improvement District No. 207, warrants No. 3443. Improvement District No. 210, warrants No. 3815, 3816. Improvement District No. 211, warrants No. 3802. Improvement District No. 214, warrants No. 3719, 3720. Improvement District No. 218, warrants No. 3846, 3847, 3548, 3849, 3850, 3851. Improvement District No. 220, warrants No. 3857. IF YOU LIST YOUR PROPERTY with me I can sell it for you. Will Lanning, 116 So. G St. 23-tf iT"You List your property with me I can sell it for you. Will Lanning, 116 So. G St. 23-tf The Boston The Boston The Boston DECEi^VBER CLEARANCE Rushing out the Fall and Winter Merchan dise. Clearing the way for the incoming car loads of Spring Goods, which will soon be crowding upon us. Room we value more than profits just now Surplus stocks must be disposed of at any cost A great selection of Fine Furs at one-third off A splendid showing of Christmas Goods at prices that will induce you to buy freely. Ou*-Ladies' Suit We are showing the Department throws out most complete stock most forcible values, of Dress Goods and Prices almost cut in Silks at prices that can two. not be duplicated. It would take more than this page to enum erate the many bargains which will be placed on our display tables. Come and See for Yourself TIE BOSTON as CLASSIFIED. PHYSICIANS. DR. C. T. SMITH, OSTEOPATH, Rooms 7-8, Postofflce block. DR. O. R. AUSTIN, ROOMS 19-20, Doris Blk., over Dean's tea store, tf DR. A. S. AUSTINTHAYES & HAYES Bank bide., over Paine's drug store. Residence Grays Harbor Hospital. tf DENTISTS. GUY.. CANTERBURY,.. DENTIST. Over Aberdeen State Bank. DR. E. E. LANE, DENTIST, HAYES & HAYES building. Tel. 177. tf DRUGS AND SUNDRIES. EVANS DRUG CO. HAVE BEEN appointed agents for the Columbia Phonograph and have now in stock over three hundred and fifty dou ble records, which work on any disc machine. Two pieces for the price of one. tf CHRISTMAS GOODS AT EVANS Drug Co. tf POCKET CUTLERY FOR X-MAS presents; also razors, strops, fancy mugs and brushes suitable for presents at Evans Drug Co. tf a mu 6P P6STAL ALIiUMU, ranging in price from 15c to $13.00, at Evans Drug Co. tf WE CLAIM TO HAVE THE PROP er kind of goods for Christmas, and the prices are probably a lit tle cheaper than elsewhere.— Evans Drug Co. tf WAIT UNTIL YOU SEE OUR STOCK before buying Christmas goods.— Evans Drug Co. tf _ I WE HAVE PLENTY OF TIME TO fill your prescriptions promptly, even through the Christmas sea son. Evans Drug Co. tf BOOKS, STATIONERY AND MUSIC \VE MAKE MAGAZINES reading matter a part of our bus iness. Evans Drug Co. tf ANIFEAST man's perfumes and toilet waters at Evans Drug Co. tf WOOD BURNING OUTFITS AND all kinds of wood novelties to burn. Evans Drug Co. tf GROCERIES, TEA AND COFFEE DEAN S FOR BEST TEA AND COF fee. Tickets on dishes with each purchase. Phone 1411. tf HOLI.Y "FLOURrFO R~LIGHT,~DE licious bread. Dean's Tea and Cof fee Store. tf DEAN'S TEA AND COFFEE STORE for fine china, crockery and glassware. tf LIVERY AND EXPRESS. FOR A CARRIAGE OR EXPRESS wagon, call up J. M. Bowes, Tel. 1531, day or night. tf lM)ft 6tfeNEY, EXPRESS OR DRAY, call 14, A-A Star Transfer. Your orders promptly filled. tf LIGHT OR HEAVY HAULING. Quick service. A. Star A. Transfer Co. Tel. 14. I TEAMING. TEAMS FOR HIRE, WITH WAGONS, scrapers, plows and harrows. A. J. Stewart, Highland Home. FURNISHED ROOMS. FOR LIGHT HOUSEKEEPING. SING- Ie or en suit*. Gas ranges. Mrs. Laska, 900 East First street, 20-9t WANTED. AN ACTIVE LADY SOLICITOR CAN secure lucrative employment. In* quire at the Herald office. tf REAL ESTATE. A GO-FOOT CORNER, NEAR HO quiam plank road. $275. Terms. Will Lanning, 116 South G St. tt HOUSE AND LOT ON CORNER, 1100 E. First St. $700. $100 down. Will Lanning. tf IF YOU LIST YOUR PROPERTY with me I can sell It for you. Will Lanning, 116 So. G St. 23-tf BEING DRESSED FOR SUNDAY Everything here to make it, and the rest of the days, a perfect success Shirts, perfectly tailored _ $1.00 to £2-00 Suits, the best made 15.00 to 25.00 Neckwear 50 to 1.00 Raincoats—to shelter you from the elements 25.00 A. W. Barkley 203 South « St.