Aberdeen Herald from Aberdeen, Washington on May 19, 1910 · Page 8
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PAGE EIGHT royal 1 vi^§^»s'-;i,f# v ßaklng Powder If renders flic | \y r° d rb? e |j I wholesome || ■*"' iCI WO® Scientific Authority - j || Has demonstTatedUia *°ttwo ,oavcs ol brcad » one ralsed ■ ▼▼ mPWm "® with Royal Baking Powder, m m $1-Kl and the other with alum bak* AbSOiutOiy < j|%g tog powder, the Royal raised D»vm» tf\ loaf Is 32 per oontw mopo <*«?*;>/•s*' MliWlililff **""*" « w """ •••«• M IN CHEHALIS COUNTY IAPPENINuS IN ALL PARTS OF the COUNTY. terns of Interest itc.ti jII Sections at Chctiaiis Miuntv. (iailiered by Aberdeen iicrald Correspondents and Oleancd Prom Our County Exchanges. HOQUIAIV Capt T. C. Soule and Mrs. Sarali \\lillan have returned from California. —55— Miss Janet Andrews of Portland, DOESN'T FRESH, CRISP. MUSLIN UNDERWEAR MAKE YOU FEEL GOOD? AND ISN'T THERE A WHOLE LOT OF SATISFAC- T!ON TO YOU, YOURSELF, IN STANDING BEFORE THE MIRROR AND SEEING THAT YOU ARE PUTTING ON MUSLIN UNDERWEAR THAT 13 DAINTILY TRIMWED? DON'T YOU LIKE TO FEEL THAT YOU ARE DRESSED THROUGHOUT? MUSLIN UNDERWEAR WILL HELP YOU TO HAVE THAT WELL-DRESSED FEELING. AND OUR PRICES ARE NOT HIGH, ARE THEY? FULL SIZE CAMBRIC DRAWERS, TUCKED, RUFFLED OR LACE TRIMMED 29 FINEST EMBROIDERY TRIMMED DRAWERS; WORTH $1.00 TO $1.25 75 CHOICE OF TWENTY STYLES OF CORSET COVERS 29 DAINTY HAND-MADE CORSET COVERS, ANY STYLE OR SIZE 65 FINE NAINSOOK COMBINATION SUITS, EITHER TWO OR THREE PIECE $1.50 SEE WINDOW DISPLAY OF GOWNS AND COMBINATION SUITS. THEN COMPARE OUR PRICES WITH SIMILAR STYLES IN OTHER STORES. J. S. WAUGH : is a visitor in lloquiani for a few days I on a pleasure trip. —88 — I Miss May Brownes has as her guest ] for a few days her sister, Mrs. Clias. llolir.es of Astoria. —58— Mr. Fred Foster lias returned from a ten-day's trip to Han Francisco and other California cities. —55 — Reuben Fleet, of Montesano, was a visitor in Hoquiam Tuesday for several hours on business. ; — 58- i The local lodge Knights of Pythias i have changed their tneeing night i from Friday to Thursday. —55— Miss Nellie Aimes has returned from ?ea!t!e, where she went to attend the funeral of her brother. -88- Miss Hessie Crawford, who is well-! known in this city, lias arrived from ABERDEEN HEUaLD. THURSDAY. MAY 19. 1910. Bremerton on a visit W a couple of months. —58— The Woman's club held a very delightful meeting Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. Henry Levi on Emerson avenue. —55 — Miss Mamie Charry has arrived in the city from Portland, Me., and will spend the summer here as the guest of relatives. —55 — | Mrs. Fred Paired entertained in honor of her sister, Mrs. James Snow, Tuesday afternoon at her residence , on K street. •—ss — ! The new engine and boilers for the steamer Forester, being built at Mathews' ship building yards, arriv| cd Tuesday. —58— I The Homiiam Lumber & Shingle company has resumed operations in ■the shingle mill after a shut down ;of several weeks during which time mx new upright machines were installed. ELIVIA Engineer Maxwell and a corps of surveyors have begun the work- of platting the lands of the White Star Lumber company east of lilma into tracts for small farms. —SB — Mrs. E. G. Reekwith left last week for Rusltin, R. C., where her husband was working and had the misfortune to break his leg. lie is in the hospital at New Westminister, 15. C. —S3— Z. S. Hundley, of Oregon, lias purchased from Mr. Perkshire, two and a half acres, containing a residence, in the west end, adjoining the Railey place, which ho will mako his home. —SB — H. M. Harding, who has been in poor health for some months, has closed his business in Elma and is going to California in hope of securing an improvement in his physical condition. • . J. H. Dailey of White Star, has purchased the Springer ranch, on the upper Cloquallum near tlie Servis & Hillis mill. The place contains 240 acres, of which 30 acres are cleared and under cultivation. —58— ' The long and complicated and stub| bornly contested case of the city against Mr. Runn to collect for build- ■ 00 Extraordinary Sale of fIC Qfl MM WW LADIES' SKIRTS ||n|| AT THE BOSTON— UM\> hinfb 500 LADIES SKIRTS GO INTO THIS SALE. EVERY ONE OF THEM ARE NEW PRETTY STYLE EF. Jtfitlll ft Mil FECTS - AN OPPORTUNE PURCHASE ALLOWS US TO GIVE YOU THIS BARGAIN IN LADIES DRESS /? I- W I "I I' ll SKIRTS. ALL COLORS, THOSE MOSTLY SHOWN ARE NAVY, BROWN,GREY, RED. NOVELTY SUITINGS ! ;1U I'll IN PLAIDS, STRIPES AND CHECKS, AND BLACK. VALUES UP T0515.00 GO WITH THIS SALE AT— IIP $5.98 v *3114 Negligee [jOn ■Ia 111 mi 1 . I 1 I I II tinct P atterns - well tailored and impart that snappy, mannish ap- UU U IhPQQ NhirtQ pearance when worn, sizes 6to 15 years; very specially priced— 25 dozen new snappy summer shirts have arrived. All beautiful n.u... i_ ._ i j.j . . new patterns and colors, with or without collars. A shirt worth s"^^^^ 59c ages from 2|/ 2 to 15. Prices- $3.98 tO $7.50 ing a side walk on his properly on Third street has been settled, Attorney Groundwater receiving in payment of the account last week. —«SB — .1 oilii Jamison lias purchased from Tom Johnson, 14 lots in Eureka addition, with a good 4 room house and out buildings. Mr. Jamison is a resident of Cosnlopolis at present. He cxpects to make his home in Elma after' this fall. —US- Henry H. Rerksnire lias purchased from Wm. Harding three Iqts on West Main street in Todman's addition. Mr. Berkshire expects to erect a modern residence oil these lots for a home. He has just sold his home in Eureka addition. —55— William Isaacs, a pioneer of Elma and one of the jurors in the Golil case, died at his home in Elma Monday, 73 years old. It is thought that the strain of the trial hastened his death. MONTESANO E. H. Story has sold a Rusli runabout to Dr. J. H. Fitz for $550. —Sj—. Miss Millie Anderson has left for Marysville, Wash., to visit relatives a couple of weeks. —55— 1 Mrs. Li. F. Buck i 3 visiting her sisj ter, Mrs. V. E. England at 'iacoma. She is assisting her in the care of ' her little daughter, Ariel, who is ill. —S3 — Mrs. L. K. Anderson left for lier home at Redondo, Wash., after a few days' visit, in this city a guest of Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Hulbert. —55— Miss Kate Heinkens is home from Hoquiam having given up her duties there for the present on aocound of illness. —s»— Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Jardine left last week for Everett. They have bought twenty acres near that city and will reside there in the future. —55— Mr. and Mrs. Herman Miller, of Crystal, Mich., are here on a visit to their old friends, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Strait. They are contemplating locating here permanently. —55 — The Carnahan four acre tract of land, just north of town has been purchased through J. W. Davies by A. J. Patterson, of Hoquiam, who will move his family here in the near future. —55— An innovation that will save the merchants of Montesano quite a few dollars in the course of a year is the free delivery of express in this city, begun last Monday by the Northern Pacific Express company. —58 — "Shorty" Hulbert met with a painful accident at the Syverson mill last week, by stepping into a pool of hot water from the boiler and scalding liis foot most severely. He will be laid up for some days. LARGE FOREST AREA RESTORED TO PUBLIC Almost Half a Million Acres Will Now Be Available For Agricultu re WASHINGTON, May 17.—Notice has been given at tlie department of the interior of the restoration to the public domain of 449,068 acres from national forest. Practically all of tlie land restored has already been claimed by agricultural entrymen. Following is the detail of the restorations: Kaniksu national forest, Idaho and Washington, 8,f>34 acres; Minidoka national forest, Idaho and I'tali, 97,- H22 acres; Pend d'Orelle national forest, Idaho, 1,600 acres; Coeus d'Aiene national forest, Idaho, 6,608 acres; Caribou national forest, Idaho and Wyoming, 33,894 acres; Rainier national forest, Washington, ">,910 acres, Colville national forest, Washington, 43,666 acres; White River national forest, Colorado, 6,766 acres; Rattlement national forest, Colorado, 16,- .",62 acres; Gila national forest, New Mexico, 228.106 acres. CLERK GETS FEE OLYMPIA, May 16. —In an official opinion Attorney General Rail has ruled that the county clerk receiving j fees l'or filing and taking proofs on government land as United States I court commissioner, is not required to j account for such fees or pay them lover to the county treasurer. Beautiful Spanish Dancer Gives Praise to Pe-ru-na. NEItVorS prostration is usually the ! Peruna is not a beverage nor a bitters, result <>f a vocation which requires | but an honest, straightforward umia a '•'iiitinual strain on the nervous that, increases the appetite and encoursystem. ages digestion. In such rntps it would bp wise if a There is a treat demand for tonic# Change of vocation could bo made. during the depressing heat of summer, JJut this is n-1, always possible and a and especially in countries where hot good tonic becomes a necessity. weather is very prevalent. Peruna is a tonic that invigorates Such a demand is exactly met by Without producing a drug habit. Peruna. **' • \ • % ' \ "fell % /V/Tr A/outcnle Praises I', T»nic. A letter sent to the Peruna Drug Mfg. Co., from the popular Spanish dancar, Miss Pilar Monterde, is as follows: Teatro Principal, City of Mexico, Nov, 3, I9OS. > [ The Peruna Drug Mfg. Co., Columbus, Ohio, 0. S. A. < ; Gentlemen: Having used your justly celebrated remedy, "La Peruna," ,' for some time, I have the pleasure of informing you that I consider it the <, best tonic I have ever used. ] i i It is a wonderful fortifier of the nerves after exhaustion and It in- ,' '; creases the vitality of the whole body, and in my own case has produced ] • the most complete and permanent restoration. It is also pleasant to the i 1 taste. • i' ' Ido not hesitate, therefore, to recommend this remedy to all women € as the best and most pleasant tonic that they can possibly take. i Yours very truly, (Miss) P. Monterde. NORWEGIAN CONCERT Two Eminent Norwegian Artists at the Norwegian Lutheran Church This Evening Mme. Maja Gloersen-Huitfeldt and Mr. Kristofer Ursln, famous Norwegian musical artists will give a eoncert this evening at tlie Norwegian Lutheran church, First and E streets, this evening, at which a delightful program will he rendered. Mr. Vrsin and Mme. Gloersen-Huitfeldt are well known in Norwegian musical circles, and have been g roted with flattering success on this their first, tour. Mme. Gloersen- Huitfeldt possesses a- beautiful mezzosoparatio voice, the cultivation of which has led to her being called the Norwegian Nightingale, while Mr. Ursin is a pianist' of international fame. Deafness Cannot Be Cured y local applications, as they cannot rcach the disused portion of the car. There is only one way to cure deafness, and that Is by constitutional remedies. Deafness Is caused by an Inflamed condition of the mucous lining of the Eustachian Tuba When this tube Is inflamed you have a rumbling sound or Imperfect hearing, and when it is entirely closed, Deafness Is the result, and unless the inflammation can be taken out and this tube restored to Its norms I condition. hearing will be destroyed forever: nln° cases out of ten are caused by Catarrh, which is nothing but an inflamed condition of the mucous surfaces. We will give One Hundred Dollars for any case of Deafness (caused by catarrh) that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for circulars, free. F. J. CHENEY CO.. Toledo. O. Sold by Druggists, 7. r >c. Ta k c ijall's Family l'llls for constipation. Not better than the best, but better than the rest. The Semi-weekly Herald. MILL STRIKE SPREADS Dock Laborers at the Slade Mill Walk Out Tuesday Afternoon, and Mill Shuts Down As forecasted in the Herald Monday, the strike of dock at (he Wilson mill was but a starter for what promises to be a demand for more wages at all the mills on Grays Harbor. This was verified Tuesday afternoon when the lumber handlers at the Slade mill demanded an advance of 2."> cents a day, and, upon refusal walked out. The strikers were receiving; $2.2"i and $2.50 a day, and claimed the cost of living made the demand necessary. The mill was closed down and the loading of vessels at the docks stopped, Manager \V. It. Mack saying the condition of the lumber market will not permit of the advance demanded at this time. The extensive logging camps of the Slade company will be closed down, as well as the mill, if the demand be persisted in, which would throw over 600 men out of employment. BOY'S HAND MANGLED HOQUIAM, May 17.—An unexploded cannon firecracker used during the census carnival Saturday night and picked up by two school boys today and fired off, mangled the right hand of Frank Aradon, age 6 years, and badly burned the left hand of his companion, George Rhodes, aged 11 years. The lads found the cracker on the street. It had a short fuse and while attempting to light it it exploded before the lads could drop it.

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