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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 24 May 1894

Brief mention. I sBbays cheap at Winder's. sh fruits and vegetables received j Jay at Tanner's. a Mau.l Weatherwax went to Satsop j jorning (or a two weeks' visit. j ijiu Darling lias taken the place i 1. Harrison on the ferry boat ■ is. j. It. Evans and daughter Mamie to Portland, Monday, for a few risit. J. C. Burgess returned on Mon im a few weeks' visit to relatives llapa harbor. i Burkhart left this morning for lander, Wis., where she will spend nmcr vacation. Van Tassel will give a tea party :liildren of her kindergarten school ow afternoon. itySupt. Hutehesoii, and Principal an of lloquiam were in attendance i« graduating exercises. , Deckaback and U. 1,. Austin pfroin Oeosta this morning to see Coglilin through in his libel case. I i fruits and vegetables and crcam ter received daily at Emery's. A effort made to please. Try him. i ever is a passenger on the Point sday, bound for San Francisco to "elephant' 1 and the Midwinter Larson, who preached in the ian-Methodist church ...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 24 May 1894

TIIE HOUSEHOLD. CHARMS OF COUNTRY LIVING, The Nightly Meeting at the Steve and the Weekly Bean-Bag Social. William Henry Bishop. possessed of the belief that the one desirable thing lor him was an abandoned Now England (utm for a summer home, started out in search of one. Even his experience of the social attractions of a little Massa chusetts village did not deter him. lie describes it as follows in the May num ber of The Century: "I went out alor.e one evening, to try to realize how- the place would seem sup posing one were actually living there. What resources would be open to the promenader at the hour, say. of * p. m. The lights seemed already out in the houses, or if here and there they burned still, it was only in some obscuie kitchen at the rear. The steady chirrup of the tree-toad and cricket occupied the night, broken in upon occasionally by the note of the whippoorwill or the stamp of some horse in his stable. There was a light, however, in the country store, and 1 pushed...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 31 May 1894

ABERDEEN HERALD VOL. VIII. COUSTY, STATE AND GENERAL. COUNTY HAPPKHINGS. FROM OCOSTA. A raft of logs has arrived for the new mill. Guy Hiiestis came over from Westport returning Sunday. The Commercial club met Saturday night on important business. The mayor and his adviser met it the council room to try and find some thing else to kick at. A number of Johns Hiver people came down Tuesday and took the free boat to Aberdeen Wednesday. Al'opulist club has been organized: with 0, A. Sherwood as president and llbert Phillip* secretary. I would like to say to my readers of )costa I do not take sides with the town flairs, but will criticise both. Len Rose, formerly a resident of this Jace, but now book-keeper for the Cos ropolis mill, was here Sunday. The city marshal should be treated to a ose of tar and feathers for being so ratal to dogs, he even hung one. Your reporter is threatened with a everu punishment if caught for an item rinted in his last correspondence from ere. • C. J. Coghli...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 31 May 1894

Aberdeen Herald. Thursday. May .!l. lyyj. : — VEL» EVERY Tilt* 1:5 DA V JAMEs r. GIRTuX 7E?. M 4 : F -Vfc«CB:?TION One year 12 . Six months i.r Three tt-tilthi Advfert.s.r.i rate- np-p'.. r it! Enter-i at the •= a: A \-r I-.-::.. 'A fe* v.'CvL i c.4-*s xi»4.. matter. Kotiee* of birtt s, tnarrUfes or printed fr««. Correapondtnc* 'it*.re 1 from all purrs oi the eonntjr. short cotnmanicationi o:> topics of public Interest, wheo iccoDpiQicd by the X.rr : ••v.*'-: v.•; 1 '-.e ;'l.* preferr* lat not necessarily for pit licitioo. STAND BY THE PARTY. If there ever nj- a time when it was the duty of everv I'emocrat to -:ar,-.l by the party it i- the present. No mutter what tlie temptation to indifference or disaffection, stand by y. :r party. It may not be doing just exactly as you would like, or accomplishing all you inav wi-h, but it is doing the best that it can. The task a'iiotte.l to the I.'em.ocrutio party i y the peop.e two years a« r o '■ - an Iler '..^r. one. The natural difficul...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 31 May 1894

Kief mention. cheap at Winder's. • p B#ok went toTacoma, Monday. S.Pliiibrick came up from llo.piiam : 4K- T.Cov, of Montesano, was in town (rdW' s b fruit always on hand at liein- Br«.' mty Treasurer Lewis was in town biyniitlit. nmissioner C. O. Wilson was among eterans yesterday. »i George's shingle mill at Con tained Sunday night. iSootoand Will reel, of Hoquiam, treJ at the Pacific yesterday. Fonrnie& llennicke'ssmoked stur -itis delioiotis; sold by grocers. date set for the sale of property for ises is the first Monday in August. L, Myers and wife of Markhnm, ip to participate in the memorial is. C. T. Wooding went tip to Seattle lay,to be absent a few davs on, n. r. Roastkd Coi-'pkk at Kmery's, it hem all for strength and llavor. ; sta it daily. tf C. E. Dal ton, sister of C. E. Bur :auie up from Portland to attend era! of little .Fosie. Finch is very sick at St. Joseph's 1, suffering from an operation pcr for appendicitis. J. W. Stuhr, of Tacouia, arrived city Monday, an...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 31 May 1894

THE HOUSEHOLD. yt \ s Ti ter:. I.l::le L:ri Fa;:.:lercy. Mrs. Ttantes H->!fs.:a Burrett writes to the rr.'.'.i.ers tf ;r. the June issue :f . e L»iie«- H-me' -Ji-urnal tpon "When he Itc;des. ;n w...... i.-. c p::nts cut w':.a; extent m::hers sh:al-J infier.oe their «-ots in re^ir! io their choice of an occupatk-n. Mrs. Amelia E. Earr sketche* the meL*a*. iir.t.■?zi'.«r. ; *f tr.e ntciern wtmar. in an ar:..'e or. "Have Women Fonr.d New Weap ns 1 ' Mr. i rar.«: tor. tne .ui n: - I ,x* ona ti.rough s*ce riiicalcusiy f tr.r.y es'tapaies ;n tn.s r.s'A :..er.t :: .e: '•travels." Mr. H.weii- reaches the seventh installment -:f h> li:erary a :to biozraphy. My Li:er ar- Passltns.' The nlcvra; hy cf ti.e n >-r :.nsl-:s four ritetehc*, with porbaite, of An.eri ca s favorite illustrat.rs. Charles I'ar.a Gibson. Albert B. Wenz«ll. Keginali B. Birch, ani Krar.k ''.small. A {.tactic ally illostrate-i art I;ie or. a timely • ject is Mr. J.hn •». :'.er explan ation of "The Gat..e of G:'f f....

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 7 June 1894

ABERDEEN HERALD VOL. VIII. (fJTf, STATE AND GENERAL. COUNT* HAPPENING*. FROM COSMOPOI.IB. The closing exercises of the city schools tei« held at the Presbyterian church Friday evening. The church was filled by the friends and patrons of the school, vbo seemed to appreciate the efforts of the pupils to entertain them. The fol lowing program was rendered: March Chorus—God for us School Recitation—Dedication of Gettysburg Cemetery Garfield Datson Recitation —Sheridan's ride Ivan Stranger I Chorus—Columbia School Concert recitation—Memorial Day ! Recitation—Little Golden Hair Florence Glover Recitation—Letting the Old Cat Die Fannie l'itman Instrumental duct Mrs. Cullen and Mrs. Flora llays... Recitation—The Flower of Liberty Clara Sheen Recitation—How are you Sanitary? " Matt Nims Song—Battle llymn of the Republic lialph Wright Recitation—The Fairy's Working Day Hettie Belles Concert ltecitation—Star Spangled Battle Flag Chorus—Star Spangled Banner.. .School Eecitation —The Hillside Le...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 7 June 1894

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 7 June 1894

BRIEF mention. Cash buys cheap at .r. lor s. Sheriff CJraliam and wife spent Sunday in town. j'ill banning is cleiking in Fisher's clothing store. ! Hiss Jessie Young is\isiting Mrs. J. 1 Pettyjohn, at Montesano. 1, Dryer returned from San Francisco, | (onday on the Point Loma. Attorneys Cowdeti and Cochran went j ,|,tollie county seat Tuesday. Mayor Weatlierwax was a passenger forTiiconia Tuesday morning. jock Roberts, of the Montesano Videtto, wasa passenger on the Point Loma. TrvFonrnietfc llennicke'ssmoked stur geon—it in deliuiotis; sold by grocers. B. J. Garman returned Wednesday evening from a business trip to Seattle. Mrs. M. K. Smith left yesterday morn ing for a month's visit with her daughter in Portland. Home Roastkd Coitkk at Finery's, it teats tliem all for strength and flavor. He roasts it daily. tf i Rev. W. I. Cos per preached in the Methodist church last Sunday, in the ab lenceof Rev. A. .1. Joslyn. Itev. A. J. Joslyn returned Wednesday evening from a few days' vis...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 7 June 1894

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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 14 June 1894

ABERDEEN HERALD Ik VIII- EST STATE A\D mmi. i COUNTY IIAITIMMift. FROM OI'OSTA. m. Calhottne is on the sick list. I Austin has built a new livery ,as. Kendall left Tuesday for British C. Phillips, the Johns liiver logger, in town Saturday. erybody is in confusion 011 not re ngany freight or mail. ■ hear that thero are lit applicants in for our public school. ;ieiJ are biting good and everybody vinggreat sport catching them. Blast wind storm we had some of men lost their mustaches. Wreat >r! how they look. lian Sampson came over from Hi's and took back a boat loaded flour from the Ocostu roller mill, ■re was a social at the residence of Boyle, Wednesday night. Kvory txpregsed themselves as having bad d time. ire is » certain class of populists in «n that will not join the populist it this place. They say because it de show of the democratic party. Calhoun while working at his mill eek fell oil" a log into the water and ad coming iu contact with another locking him senseless, lie w...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 14 June 1894

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 14 June 1894

mii El' MKNT I OX.' H fun buys cheap al Windei' . ■ fj, Wooding went up to the county, ■ w t, Monday. ■[ f o |, R. J. Uamer was up from West-' ■ port. Tuesday. H jiia Vina Gray left this morning for j ■ ,visit tolier uncle at l'asco, Wash. ■ 7 rv Kournie A llennicke's smoked stur ■ is delicious; sold by grocers. I ji.L. Harrison and wife returned Mon-j I Jay from their trip to the Midw inter fair. ■ - Weatherwax left for a week's ■ business trip to the Sound cities this j I morning. I ('. Clark went up to Centraliii Tnes-: I (Uv to attend the eoniineneenient 1 I exercises. I Mrs. 0. K. Wood returned Tuesday ■ from a few days'visit with friends in ■ Montesano. ■ Home Koasthii Coiti:k at Finery's, it I beats them all for strength and flavor. I He roasts it daily. tf I J. \V. Scott, who has been employed I in the Union shingle Co.'s mill, left Tuesday for Portland. Arrliie McCormiek and F. 1,. Koehler were passengers on the Cosmopolis Mon day for a visit to the Fair. Cashier W. 1,. Ada...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 14 June 1894

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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 21 June 1894

ABERDEEN HERALD ML VIII. Km. STATE m a:\ERAL COUNTY HAPPENING ft. FROM OCOSTA. fcSilsby visited Aberdeen Monday, lie planking of Mrytle street is com-- r. Walston wa» called to Wostport on id»y night. imond Croft, of Murkhain, spent ■day in town. m. Van Wormer has removed from ikhim to Ocosta. ,L Austin and wife drovo over to beach on Sunday. R, Thompson niado a business trip Kootesano Thursday. r. Burns, of Centralia, is visiting at residence of G. Vanronks. L. Phillips and wife, of Johns river, t shopping in town Monday. linvn berries around hero arc ripen very fast, owing to the warm weather, mail is here from Arkansas, looking pie land with the intention of buy- quantity of Ocosta flour was from here on Monday to up-har- Kwna. Mooney preached to a large con dition at the Episcopal church Tues- HB. Glidden has been awarded the for planking a portion of the road. Garvey returned to Ocosta after being on the Iloquiam for several months. from this district as a to the State Taxpayer...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 21 June 1894

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 21 June 1894

m MENTION. Ipi i-hMP Winch'!"!. ,children learn !>< wiiiy. M|! was visiting friends in Monday. Mtori f;—-fronrit+ww licom® AV ' mod, was in oniiny J Mrs. J. - came Jonlesano Tues. morning. Tax Collector F. K. Drake to the county seat yester- Mincr has been seriously ill W days, but is now conva- R, Sherwood returned on i a few days' visit to friends itberwax returned Wednes week's business visit to the stud Coffkk at Emery's, it 1 for strength and flavor, lailv. tf ram left on Tuesday for lo make arrangements prior is family there. ream, steamboat inspector district, was on the Harbor inspecting marine boilers, nee returned to Aberdeen after an extended trip ligan and other eastern ■1 (i '-'ranee *' "" 1 leland Stanford, who has be r parents at Lake tjuinaie m 1 home. (r of the lady friends of M •e gave her a pleasant si t Monday afternoon, it bei ly. They presented her wi silver pickle fork. nee gives us pleasant 100 1 the bars of the First Natior sie he presides during ' Pre...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 21 June 1894

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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 28 June 1894

A T3 TAT? T?X T TT7TI A T * Abiii<iJiiiLi N rir^RALu I VIII. ■jT), STAT AND GENERAL COINTV lIAPPKMXi", FROM lIOUVIAM. llotpiiam the 4th. B. Ogden lias la grippe. Winters stnili s and says " 'Frisco : »» ■ Wrst Heed is improving very , from her illness. Hull and S. s. Duvis are home J Copal is beach. will read the "I'eclara- j on the Ith. girls say "the Aberdeen bicyclists ' so graceful as the lloipiiam of the Weston box fac- in on the steamer Cosmopolis Townsend and family now H the Wheelock cottage near the H. Mateland Sanford, who has been ■g her parents at Lake (juinaielt, home. of the lady friends of Mrs. ■. Bruce gave her a pleasant sur- 1 ■ party Monday afternoon, it being They presented her with silver pickle fork. Hi France gives us pleasant looks the bars of the First National ■ where lie presides during the i of I'residunt llcrtges, who is 5 in the Midwinter Fair. restaurant changes hands Charles Gardner to be the new Mr. Johnson, the present ■, will be found on 1 stree...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 28 June 1894

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Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
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