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Dairy Products for Every Household Use Our Products are of the Quality that makes the same customer stay on our list for Good! They are Pure, Fresh, and are all derived from the Pure Milk which we get from Tuberculin tested Cows. . Our Milk is Properly Pasteurized. SATSOP FARMERS’ DAIRY Catering to Aberdeen and Hoquiam Tradu I\l, Me“)y~}r‘r' phi: =>ﬁwys N‘As A El "‘7‘! ,4 w, ‘ . 0" <1 /: mwmn j ' N i ”ole ’ \\‘ ' , . 1' } “mm 2. Hum \\ l FUBNITUBI THAT PLEASE! “Colonial” and “Majestic” Runes Sold on TOP-l at Quimby & Wilson lye Street non-In- CENTRAL ELECTRIC COMPANY Electric Wiring Motor Repairing PHONE 013 213958033. Am L. E. Herding UNDERTAKEB 418 EAST FIRST Bmm PHONE 758 SWEDISHHASBAGE allow-autumn mmmwd mm SHONABRA I“ No» D It. Pb. [MI-I. Abba." ﬂﬂlﬂAl mm [lf "JEAN! WWII"! AﬂﬂllSES MEXIBANS Wu Mu In 1".“ Union. and DC VM L”. t. Warhol-3' can... WAIKING‘I’ON, D. 0., Jan. 84.41: the m of feline Carillo, governor of Imam, who was brutally murder. ad by “hon-u o: the do It Hurts rebel toms, lonico bu lost one of It: most. lion! and constructive cm. um.nuuw'hocmﬂlbenpuodnt this critic“ time In the union's Ms. tori. Ctr-mo. in addition to being m anor of the state of Yucun, where he Ind ”oomph-bed a. remuhble work, we- ﬂannel-l, treasurer of the Mexican Federation of labor end a member in good audio. of lodce 1507 of the Intonation] Auocietion of Hmhinhu, unlined with the An. ericen Mention of Lebor. In die. FELIPE CAIRILLO. cunning Cnrilio's murder. Roberto He bermnn, who in in Washington on n miulon from the Mexican govern. ment, declared thet the de la. Huerta rebellion reached its highest peek of villainy and benetiality in the am. amnion ot Yuceun's beloved gov ernor. - ‘ l‘elipe Cnrlllo’s life was an epic of service to the working people of ﬂex. ico. He was born in 1876 in Ync‘sten, of Msyn’lndisn parents. He began working from childhood, obtaining his ‘tirst Job at 15 as a railroad brake. men, from which he was promoted to conductor and later to station master. After nine years of reilronding he went into business as a carter. Carrillo was made a prieoner by the! do la Huerta rebels December 24. He was captured in company with thm of his brothers and e group of follow. en. The same day the governor up. pointed by de la Huerta. issued a de cree abolishing “all lsbor unions,‘ leagues and any other associations ot‘ labor," making it a crime to belong to them and thus attempting to restore the old days of slavery. Carrillo, his three brothers and his followers were shot down in cold blood in the jail at Merida, Yucatan. Four days later President Obregon lissued the following statement to the IMexican nation: "The eelueinntion of Felipe Cur-l rilio hrinu grief to the home: of the‘ proleteriet and thousands of humble: being: will ehed tears pt reproach for‘ this crime. De la Huerte will reaiilel‘ the magniture of this crime upon re-‘ ceiving the angry protests of the pro.‘ leteriet throughout the world for the eeleeeinetion of Felipe Ceniilo. The‘ noble blood of Felipe Gerrillo ie I tee timony of the epoetecy of de le liner. «1 end from now on neither he nor hie adherent- will Ittempt to teleity the tect- in denying the object of their movement." COOPERATIVE SPIRIT (Continual mm Page 1) Year'- dmco. Some of tho Hubor‘n people luvs nomad I dull-o of u. tending. If 01mph continue. at thi mo, they will not only be tblo to put our the convention in m Ityle, but will be in pouluon to my :11 dialogue- upon“: to tho convon. tion. A donco followed the button moot-1 lug. Coffee 3nd nndwlchu wom‘ urved to 01l pro-ant. \ Pnaldont Short of tho stole Met-i otlon manned the council bunny, and coon-touted tho oﬂloon sod member: on the oplﬂt of moon-ouch nd Mona-Mp that existed in Olymph botwoon tho lobar moment nod .11 other Intercu- In tho community. He >mdthontohﬂdthotﬂndofm ﬂuent. It. Short mad. t nth-ﬂu mud? for roll“ of curving Got-nun child": mmmwmmm Ib]. mm. which mud in 0171:. mumnmocm week. He do. on"! that over 2,000,000 clinch-u “unmet-mutton In 00mm “Mutual-modiﬁes "not mmmm no 800 mm WASHING’IDN LAMB PRESS. council ha led-lii ». m masthead". v, d c. A. Rose, M at tho Olym ph Chmbor 0! Com no In honor cunt u the with! m W [hen m when M by Jun" . who M' Mr. Rose to be on. of WI but Mandi. It. Ron compliment-i tho council on m ammo a! m h the community. I! in Wan Hr. Roul- atdlanunuytouuumo labor ment In Why out my controvmy Mm onion!” Lnu! employ... I Olympwl wot. Gun. Duluth, m I nut for a M will. din-Inc the lock! looting. Ittl oﬁonmmtmnmno chum In Amt-let “an tho spirit of convention exists a. “puma my the omm of 0m no clam ‘oun exist. magnum-thou“! ‘tho tndo um m d Abor doon hu mule n m to co oponto with all emulation. on the‘ Hu-bor and has Ind. conﬂict-moi prone“. but to dub hi. lot mashedl the high state of m Wed by the citilont of W Pain Gone! Rub Sore Rheumatic Aching Joints Stop "dosing" rheumtum. It'l pain only. at. Jacobi on will stop any pain. and not one rheumatism cue in tiny requires Interim! treat ment. Rub soothint. Haunting St. Jacob: 01! right on the tender Ipot, 3nd by the time you In! Jeck Robin non—out. comes the rheumatic pain end distress. Bt. Jacob. Oil is a hex-mien rheumatism nnlment which never disappoints. and doesn't burn ﬂu sun. It uh. uh, norm um! m in. mm hints. nuclei 1“ bonus: scop- mum. lemma. backache tad “In-I‘ll. Unba- u! (lot usual] trhl bottle of 0164130, hon-t Sc. 1‘00!” 011 tro- m am noon, and in l moment swan... Don't «an! Rub them you’ll to In. from um. Aches and tuna nun—um ' mans-autumn um Km 18 m 1 owns, ‘l‘hci on Tue-ﬂy. the MI any of I‘dbnury. 1’“. m the hour- of ten o'clock in the Moon I“ tour do!“ in the after-sou. may at ten delock in the (m of add any. in (rant of the main entrance door to the County Com Hole. in to city of lonic-no county of 01.7. mm. lute of chininnen. by on. W Auditor at and county, the fol It“. tide lend cm wit: u. m litnoted memo. will he 00 ot public mm to die hint-i Dialer therefor. vomit: moan—No one except citiunl of the Unit“ luWr-ou who hove de clored their ion to bacon. ands. m N A“ I.» “II All! tide hub of tho uoond clean. I: defined 15%:th 1 of Motor u at the Seldom w 01' um. owned by the ‘mte of Within-ton. lull-ted in (root ‘or. ul-Jcoom to or genuine Won me tol lowing described what: In t of lot 1, oeouon to town-hip 'lB norm, (1... 11 went W. k" with I frontage at 80.00 lined chum. more or Im. trained at 01-... per line“ chain. or 814 .00; silo In front of lot 2, section 10 Whip lßMmgonme.k.witho from o! 8 .00 line-l chine. more or loss, axon-mild st $7.00 per lino-xi chain. or 814 .00: tho *ln trout 0: lot 8. noction 20. town-hip 18 north, lingo I'l went W. It, with e. fronuge of .00 "no.l chtinc, more or less, arr-lied 1t 87.00 per lineal chnin. or 814 .00; ciao In front of lot 4. eection 20. township 18 north. run 11 west W. IL, with t tron-tut or 10.00 linen] ch-ine, more or less, appalled u $7.00 per line-a omin. or $140.00. All as measured elon-x the meander line according to in certified copy at the government field notes of. the survey thereof on file in the office of the Commluioner of Public Lond- et Olym pia, Wuhintton. All tide und- of the second oinu, u deﬁned by section 1 of clamor 86 of the Session Law: of un, owned by the State or Wuhington, oitmtod in from or, adjacent to or abutting upon the fol lowing dolor-[bod upllﬂdl: A SAVING WASTE PRODUCT ONVERTING the great quantities of sawdust and other mill waste which C are produced by our saw-mills into a by-product of value is one of the big problems of this lumber-producing community. To dispose of this waste expensive burners have to be constructed and maintained. Many processes and schemes have been proposed to convert it into some valuable product but so far none has proven a success, with one important exception generating electric current. . Taking advantage of this situation the Grays Harbor Railway & Light Com pany has produced all of its electric energy from saw dust and bogged fuel and has thereby converted what would otherwise be an expensive waste to get rid of, into a proﬁtable by—product. In spite of the rapid increase in the use of electric energy on Grays Harbor we have only made a start at using this fuel which is available. Every mill on the Harbor, including those from which our current is secured, is required to operate its burner continuously to consume the surplus saw dust and slabs which cannot be otherwise disposed of. At the present rate of lumber production. this surplus would generate over 6 times the amount of current used on Grays Harbor and vicinity. This form of fuel will, therefore, continue to be the cheapest source of electric energy for many years to come and will continue to be the principal supplementary source even after this limit has been reached. We believe that as an important and permanent institution of this communi ty it is up to us to consume home products, especially when there is no other market for the product and our use of it adds so directly to the prosperity of the community. . - Our Company has at all times kept in mind the possibilities and advantages of hydro-electric power. Careful surveys have been made of possible hydro electric developments which would be available. The investments necessary have been worked out by competent engineers of national reputation. On account of the excessive investments necessary in these hydro-electric developments we have reached very deﬁnite conclusions that bogged fuel is still the most economical source of electricity for Grays Harbor. This is not saying that ultimately hydro-electric power will not be necessary and this Company is willing and prepared to‘develop it long enough in advance of its actual need to safeguard our electric consumers. In the meantime we shall, therefore, continue to develop and manufacture current from bogged fuel to take care of all of our immediate and prospective needs and to provide an ade quate and dependable standby for the future hydro-electric plant which, experi ence has taught. us, such a plant requires. ‘ A . . GRAYS HARBOR RAILWAY AND LIGHT COMPANY Am“ 10. m 7 QUALITY MEATS ' ‘ Shoulder Roast Young. Pork ..--..-_-------.--..--_.-_w_-_l7c Shoulder Roast Milk ed Veal mnuzol: Breast Milk Fed Veal __"_u_lsc Shoulder Veal Chops ___2sc Shoulder Young Pork Steak "_2oc Rib and Loin ork Chops _~___..3oc Fresh Creamerﬁ Butter .----.------_“------_..m._--...__soc Strictly Fresh ﬁgs, 2 dozen _-...__85e Sinclair’s Sugar ured Bacon «_*____2sc Sinclair’s Fi elity Hams “_Mjoc Washmgton Market so. last Hero- St. Pb. 480 we nnum mounu Inmums.mn ﬂ carnal, 18 north. unz- 1: won W. it, with a. fronm of 8 u lined eta-Ann. mot. or loan W n ".00 per lineal chum. «ﬁr-09: 2‘90. . .. -_ _ .. In about of lot 4. action 8| town-Mp 1| north. mu 1! volt W. it. with a (mature of as.” lineal chum. more or loan urn-used at 87.00 nor lineal chain. or ‘l6 .83. All I. measured don: an matador “no ”comm? to n. mum m M the monument leld noto- ot tho turn! them! on ﬁle In the ofﬁce of the Cmmluionor of Public Land- Qt Olym pls, Wuhtnnon. Subject. however. to ouch Mt. this or mum-t u may haw. boon ocgulrod by the yum-chum- 0! ml” 0 and lands a tide land: In! 0 for the cu!- tlvutlon of oyster. under any dead horo gforo loaned by the am. of Waning n. "Edd hndl will be sold tor not 1m nun the mppnlcod vnlue cbove Itttod m 1 upon t'ho term.- md condition: fol low In: mums AND CONDITIONS or sum ——-Not less ﬂan one-tenth ot the put-a dune grace mt be mm at the time of: ale to .the ofﬁcer making the sale The furchuer. If he be not the owner of the Improvement, mun forthwith my to the ofﬁcer making the sale the full mount of the mulled value of the Improvements, an above "and. One tonth o! the purchase Fries must be pud annually unmann- w m Inter-eat on 111 Merl-«Lgcylng 0,: .the rate 0! cl: ‘poroonwm DortmunJoldaor with» ‘cruod Intel-alt mm at «no lulu. nu: PRO , That by Ina-- chun- mty mu. mu ”moat m. olpu. mum! and unwary to.- u a” time and ohm dad or auto 9cm. Thwmhcur of had oonulnlnc umber or or valuable mum :- mum by luv from cutting or removing any such unmet- or uncond- without out cumulus canon: of the Omani-doom ot Public mm, mm] the (In! mount otthopumimoprloo baboonpuduﬂ deed honed. All cues of am. had. m and. sub- Joct ‘bo tho numbn- of 01h, m. can, 0r... mlnonl- and ton-lb of "my name, kind and douﬂpuou, bad to to manual tom and condition. pre scribed In the not of «the Enchant-p --mvod Enron 10. 1007 bola. section 8 or Mr m or the Luv. o: 1991. sud um! will be sold Mint to "(:3 Count, cm 'luous and mammal. charter 1- a )f the Session hw- o! 1011. routing to easement- lm- rights-ohm and the can-yin: of umber, lame. uln erulo tnd other product.- over m. an». The shove described and. m adored for sale In walnuts. of In on!" o! (in Commissioner of Mlle Lands. tad an order of ale duly lulled and (39er by 'the Oommluloner at Public 14nd- of the State or Wuhlngton now on file in the ofﬁce of the county wdltor or cud county. CLARK V. SAVIDGE, Comma-loner of mm: Lands. Date of ﬁrst publication Dec. 28, nu. Date of luL publicatlon Feb. 1. 1031.