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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 28 June 1894

0 MENTION. IK rs dieap ut \\ ii"ioi . E la ,t«ell «as in J . ais IjEnniswus ilown from tirand E Saturday. L n j e jt Hennicke's smoked slut- Kjdelieiuus; sold by grocers. Lid Jno. J. Carney, of Klma. Ln Monday night, stopi>in« at Li of Evans & Schroder and tour building ,lie Tricon Ljls per dozen »|>. L e »art lias started u new log |in Section 21, and lias twelve ■ork nuking roads. Lbney left this morning to at- Etate Taxpayers' League, which Bfakirua tomorrow. nits and vegetables and eream kreceived daily at Emery's. A Ebrt made to please. Try him. LmSagehas at l?st reaehed the | isiaiuls, and we have an inter- Lrlroai l>im which this week. Bioooer Marion arrived at the tax mill Sunday and is taking L of lumber for San Francisco, (tli, son of Captain Smith of the Josie Burrows, was examined red mate's papers, at Seattle last bbb, representing the St. Louis inn, is on the harbor looking up [resources and gathering data per. Wiley left for North Yakima, [as a delegate f...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 28 June 1894

nnMi~ . v 1 *'" 1 - "JPOFT - T■ I pUUiI i £ 4«lm 6S K I Jl ABERDEEN WILL CELEBRATE THE FOURTH OF II 1834, IN GMI Slj All Invited to partieipftte.--One lure for round trip to Aberdeen oil lailioads ciiui boat THE HOUSEHOLD. »oa> jtmrUrry strtvberria wash hsllsnd rei*h there wi-.ii a *»:«- .• ngtr which 8 : been beasicg in venien:. SrE-'.^BISL?.: fill. —TiC-r f :» . I* hiidlrtipe,icd bo iaaglass or stone ;i! «*j: w/.hi- i . •- th.*? !•='' IT- »•'. " - Ic»r" '.LT .-1 1 ;V/ir. -. c ; < n " 2 :~ iz-t ea-h a- ; 8 a:• :r. : : - .. Zr... *.lc fir.'.*' L-.T. I'fr ' .""" 1 mZAT. UkLii ill »» '-• Silt pc ' --r- 1* . ji* -• •. •-* - ■ 1 i * »i ir.i r-::* i.-i; again.with r;;*ir. the li*h is a . 1.V6 Ic:'i .c 1 : *-? itn - : :' 1 *il-; of tWO 1' i " ~ . * 1 v* spo.r.:u - . * - * ci-r.sri w::r* y: 1: a a trifle A flirofiß| Cnnh and strain : .'2: ;f s . r» x A ' . ' . r powier?i s-jir 11 i rra I .a', y :h? '*«»". * * .*-« .: : t£Z'. with two or three tat lespoor.falt :: a . .:.. .* 3... ;.-&...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 5 July 1894

ABERDEEN HERALD I ■ STATE m GENERAL. IHAPFKNINGft. - >M lIOQI'IAM. r« getting ripe. :1 his best girl went to ty last Sunday. Aigue was organized at; urdi on Sunday. it Hertges came in from ! i the steamer Point l.oma Hies returned home Fri- J iia, where she has been i . is gone to Spokane as j .he Christian Kndeavor' ace to the state conven-; ihipment department of j iein Lumber Company Saturday, on account of; iecure cars. cards have been sent to aunouncing the engage our most talented and mng ladies to a gentle- Home friends, we hear, :er. ally anticipated, a large >le congregated here to icipate in the celebration 4th. The morning was sun soon came out, giv it the spirits which weie hopeful would not be in. At 9 o'clock the J. The girls represent -1 states, the many secrct e citizens made a long the Hoquiam theatre a f people nad assembled ssion arrived and were Dd-tide which was bear lem, and a flood-tide it The exercises were ex ting. After the prayer ,nd music by the Cos...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 5 July 1894

Aberdeen herald. Lliurstlay, .July •"», 1 !syt. ISSUED EVERY THURSDAY BY JAM Kb K. liIUTOS. TKRMS OK SUBSCRIPTION: One year *2.00 Six mouths. .... 1.00 Three months 50 Advertising rates on application. Entered at the postortlce at Aberdeen, Wash., as second class mail matter. Notices of hirttis, marriages or deaths printed free. Correspondence desired from all purrs of the county. Short communications on topics of public interest, when accompanied by the inline of the writer, will be inserted, the name preferrubly but not necessarily for publication. THE GREAT STRIBE. Interest in congress, the tariff bill, the Fourth of July, everything, has been di verted during the past week to the strike ill which the country is now involved ; the greatest and most wide-spread it has ever witnessed. At the command of one man the employes of half a hundred tail roads have laid down their work, regardless of the inconvenience, suffering and loss of an innocent public; compelling women and children ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 5 July 1894

■OKIOUS FOURTH I Day. Patriotic echos. g Gaff.es. The Ce'ebr:'.- a Complete Success. O WD OF VISITORS. [h dawned cool and promising, the committees was coinplotc ne, and the city presented a unco. Old Glory was every bunting and evergreen coin irate decorations. AH Aber it in holiday attire, and with )| the first boats came crowds The parade formed on the 1' marched through the princi and stopping at the grand sthe speaking and other ex ie morning took place. The ure of the parade was the j44young girls representing the Union, and which bad eil under the supervision oi prevented the attendance ol speakers, but the time was •ourown. l>r. >1. 1.. Pear- Declaration of Independence nil forcible manner, and held ittention of the assembled . Lackey introduced the var -8 in his usual happy manner peaker was Win. O. MeKin »lt upon the conditions of the lad led up through thousands caused the promulgation o ution which had just beer said that in order to under mist look back into the p...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 5 July 1894

THE lIurSEHOLI). When Mollie Bathes the Baby Whin Moll it bathes the baby 1 lav my aside And watch the operation With deep paternal ; r.de: I scan the dimpled V- -iy Of the struggl ng little • ' For undevelope .1 prints of Resem't lance to myself. When Mollie bathe* ;ne baby She alwavs says to me "Isn't he just as cunning And svreet as he can be Just see those pretty limp.es Aren't his eyes a lovely blue ?" And then. "You precious darling I could bite those arms in two.' When Mollie bathe* the baby I always say to her : Look out. now, don't you drop him." An 1 she answers ' ack. "No. sir '" Then I ta'.K about his rosv ;,et-a*. The mu«oles in lis ami-. His shapely head, his sturdy legs. An i other manly charms. When Mollie bathes the baby The household bends its knee. And shows him greater deference Than ever it snowed n.e. But I feel no ;ealous c:adir.g. As they lau ! him to the sk'es. For every ne assures mo Tna; he has his father's eyes. Children. :n Mtlls One of the worst teature...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 12 July 1894

ABERDEEN HERALD ■ VIII. ■ir, STATE m GENERAL. iOITITT HAPPENINGS. FROM ai ISI Al'I.T. cloned on Friilay. bration July 4th here. na is our new mail carrier. iriil begin at the KorkH July 1(5. nderwood visited lloquiain last To Mr. and Mrs. Antone Kist- j ruce is at work on J. A. In-1 r residence. eke and C. 11. Pealer went to t lust week. I of pleasure seekers from llo expeeted hern next week. Kistner and J. A. Ewell came j I July 4th with their families, ; 'thu Gatton is cxpected homo , We will be glad to see her L.Sanford has returned to her loquiam, after a month's visit arents. eke and Albert I'ruco have re n Montesauo, where they pur ne cows. gley and N. T. Loom is went to lelebrate the glorious 4th. I'. cut to Ilumptulips. iox is at home again, after months' sojourn in Olympia, ic has been attending school, onwealer visited us and got for a few days, lie does not •Cleveland, nor congress, nor inks we ought to work only , day, and have a picnic once a churches, no preachers, but...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 12 July 1894

Aberdeen Herald. Thursday, July 12, 189J.. ISSUED EVERY THURSDAY BY — JAMES F. GIKTOX. TERM* OF SUBSCRIPTION : One year 12.00 Six months 1,00 Three months .50 Advertising rates ou application. Entered at the postoftlce at Aberdeen, Wash., as second class mail matter. Notiees of births, marriages or deaths printed free. Correspondence desired from all parts of the county. Short communications on topics of public interest, when accompanied by the name of the writer, will be inserted, the uame preferrably but not necessarily for publication. THE SITUATION. The great strike is still on, and the last and supreme effort has been made. The three heads of organized labor, without consulting the organizations to which they belong, in defiance of the govern ment to which tjjey owe allegiance, with a despotism greater than that of Nero, have ordered a million men to cease from the labors bv which they obtain food and raiment for their wives and little ones. Will the million obey ? It takes her...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 12 July 1894

Hf mention. at Winder's. Srtkam was in t.-wn today, luuuiier wear is going at it Fisher's. went to Taeonia, Tuesday, i federal grand juror. returned on Tuesday from to Seattle and Tacoma. Pratich returned Monday several weeks to her sister 01.. of this city picnicked in ' the mouth of Elliott's *y. er, who came over Irom >nd the Fourth in Aber- Monday. e returned from San Jay, having made the he schooner San liuena lorts are to the effect that •e not as yet gone on a iconsoling information to 1 Grays Harbor. >ouglas, formerly of this ■Yrdmore, I. T., where n busiiuss, returned last 1 isitin'g her relatives at' on has been given i>er-! county commissioners to j ntain a telephone line and Westport via. the ty road and bridge. ring orchestra, which has lie past three weeks, left )ntesano, where they fur or a dance last night, go -0 Astoria via Seattle. Point Loma left San 1 10th for Grays harbor, er Charles 11. Wilson is e, both having cargoes fo the threatened famine ins. ili...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 12 July 1894

THE HOUSEHOLD. Vanity of Vanities. lie wrote his name On the sands of Fame And dreamed 'twould perish never; But Time's gray wave Those shores did lave, And the name was gone forever. With tender guile She bound awhile Young Love in a fetter of flowers; But e'en as she dreamed He was true as he seemed, He had flown to rosier bowers. Sow youth and maid, In the church-yard laid. Know neither of love nor glory ; But many a youth And maid in sooth Tell over and over the story. —Zoe I). Underbill, in July Lippincott's. The Fashionable lied. The latest design for a bed is distinctly novel. There is a dais raised five or six inches from the floor. This is padded thickly till it is almost like a pillow. On this stands a frame which has neither head nor footboard. It most resembles a very large divan, and around it the dais makes a platform wide enough to walk upon. This divan bed has a superb day dressing of yellow satin that is trimmed with fringe and just touches the dais, while it fits s...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 19 July 1894

ABERDEEN HERALD m ■ STATE m GENERAL. IRn BAPFKMNCi* FROM IICXJCIAM. Winters is taking his summer i Dtviu entertained a few of n Sttarday evening. tarns' Bister, Mrs. Scott, of Minn., is visiting here, t' Guild of the Episcopal (Rose Reception, Saturday hospital parlors. All pies |%htful time. ton, M. S. Kiddle and C. i their families, departed on sing for a two weeks' outing I Rocks," North Beach, eto pass in the year of our me of the sons of the U. S. rsaying: "Lo, these many labored for one Pullman t more pay." Now, as they I together, they said within ! "We will go upon a great od Eugene, whose surname help ns all he can." So and did strike and boycott i one great city, Chicago by oosdid oppose men in high I stopped the moving of called trains. Our Father n, whom we address as imed not to know what to le was trouble throughout everal days, while many of id, "Let us have peace." | city called Iloquiam, on was affected by this strike t potatoes, flour and sugar w and the inhabitant...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 19 July 1894

Aberdeen hera id. Thursday, July 19, 1891. ISSUED EVERY THURSDAY BY — JAMES F. GIKTON. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: One year fj.oo Six months. 1.00 Three mouths .SO Advertising rates on application. Kntered at the postoflice at Aberdeen, Wash., as second class mail matter. Notiees of births, marriages or deaths printed free. Correspondence desired from ail parts of tiie county. Short communications on topics of public interest, when accompanied by the name of the writer, will be inserted, the name preferrably but not necessarily for publication. PROFIT SHARING. Profit sharing is the ideal method by which to secure a proper division of the product of capital and labor, and whereby the relations between emplover and em ployed may always remain harmonious. Co-operation has not proven as successful as its enthusiastic promotors of a quarter of a century ago anticipated. As long as there was fair weather, and no jealousies arose as to who should handle the holm, the ship of co-oparation sailed...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 19 July 1894

■office vacant the city attorney. of Street Commissioner, and Health Deolared Vacant.—The Opin ■_An Election. meeting <>( the council the mayor and every mow- Hjtpretent. No. 106, authorizing the em- special night watchmen was By its provisions ten or more m ay employ a special night subject to the approval of the shall ltave the same powers Kb employed by the city. No. 10">, for the re-assess- Terrace avenue improvement Hity attorney presented a written stating that— ■ city attorney, after a somewhat examination of authorities, is ot as a matter of law, that the mayor, anil hence of mayor pro ■,ii incompatible, in cities of the with either the otlice of street that of superintendent in said city, hence the ac ■tof the otlice ot' mayor pro tern- forfeiture of either and both offices held before such accept- such offices by such act have opinion of the city attorney council should again elect Anstie to the oflices of street and should require him in said oflices by taking ■o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 19 July 1894

THE HOUSEHOLD. 8080-LIXCOLN. Lightly tilting, Gaylv lilting, Bob-o'-Lincoln swings and sings. Liquid strain of melting sadness, Drowned in sudden burst of gladness, Bob-o'Lineoln sings and sw ings. Jollv rogue in priestly gown! Down and up. and up aud down, With the wind-tossed meadow daisies Lightly tilting. To the listening meadow daisies Gaylv lilting, Love-note clear, but rippling after, Saucy, happy, bubbling laughter. Merry heart both brave and tender, I to thee my homage tender. Swing and sing among the daisies, To the sunny June thv praises! Joy and thou should mate together, In the fragrant, fair June weather. Celia A. II ay ward, in July Lippincott's. "What Constitutes a Good Husband" is discussed by a lot of clever women, among whom are Mary Hallock Foote, Elizabeth Stuart Phelps Ward, "The Duchess," "Grace Greenwood" and Amelia E. Barr, in the July Ladies' Home Journal. "The Thirty and One" is the clever title of a delightful short story by Charles D. Lanier. Will N. Har...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 26 July 1894

ABERDEEN HERALD P I STATE AND GENERAL. km BArrEMNOK. riox ocosta. IV hM three daily boats. En have their hay all in. ley and Ryan have re yw hM telephone communica- ' fatport. jto is building himself a neat j he beach. per, the Johns river genius, I Monday. milies have left for the cn kt the beach. Jroft, of Murkham, was seen la Saturday. ton, of Olympia, preached nrday night. ler, ef Montesano, has been Mveral days. Peter Autzen won't be our ammissioner. ine has sold his residence iw, of Tacoma. ichooner to load lumber at »ck is loading now. igall has just finished build i boat, for his own use. ey has bought a cottage at i will move his family there eon, the contractor, passed i Saturday enroute to the river, Ocosta and Westport Is united and are picnicking Dday. Thompson proves himself h better politician than a ic gospel. was in town from West turday. He is teaching a n of school at that place, tir.gton arrived here from day. Al. is out of a job, iny other A. R. U. men. steamer ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 26 July 1894

Aberdeen herald. riiursilay, July io. iß*»4. KVERY Till" USD A Y BY — JAMES K. lURTOS TEKMS OF SVRSCKIPTIOS One year .. 10.00 Six months It\' Three mouths . h) Advertising rates ou sp; '.u atioti Kutereit at the pottofflcc at A!>er\leen. » ash., as seeouJ class mail matter. Notices of births, tuarriaccs or deaths printed free. Correspondence desire i frvun all parts of the eouuty. Short communications on topics of public iutervst, wheu i by the UAme of the writer, will be inserted, the uame prefcrrably but not necessarily for publication. THE SCHOOL PROPOSITION*. On next Saturday the voters of Aber deen will be called upon to decide w hot her or not an additional tax for school pur poses shall be levied. Any man who would advocate an additional tax at this time for any other purpose would Iv set down as a fool or an idiot, but so jealous have the American people become in re gard to the education of their youth that they arc reckless as to the expense, and resent any attempt at e...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 26 July 1894

If mention. Winder-, Summit tuiil man, w.is Ay n't PASTS are all right. Bine them. Id in tb« go now, and all lulen wifli the luscious fruits. j, C. Crow attended a meet ste Bar Association in Seattle I Lowry and Mrs. Mcl'all beach litis morning for a I j Hall, of I*o»iland, Oregon, Tuesday, and is the guest of ,W. B. Mack. Hfb. H. E. Shelley and their H. L. Tory, left on Satur nan, Kan. Lindsay and family left this a few weeks' outing on id, Paget sound. irson and Joe Wilson left >r a ten days' stay on their i Humptulips country. Robert Ogburn, of West king hands and exchanging i bis many friends in Aber f. r Heath is in towii as referee Fowler vs Crain, which is i involving the settlement of iggen and three children ing for South Bcml this isit friends and relatives lonth. Ik at the Pioneer Dairy, if milk and good ineaure. * gidius Junger, D. D., Bishop returned to the Sound this r a week's stay with Rev. in this city. £iulav, of Winfield, Kan., city Tuesday on a visit to tv Att...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 26 July 1894

THE HOUSEHOLD. W. C. T. U. DEPARTMENT. [Edited by th« Aberdeen W. C. T. V.] IIEU WEDDING JOIKXEY. By Emtua P'.ayter Seabtiry. I happened to be on the steamer the morning she left. She was so forlorn, so pitiful, with great tears in her dark eyes, and I somehow felt attracted toward her. Every one was on deck in the sunshine and warmth. The fields lay all riplv and gold iu the August sunshine, like yellow lakes margined with green forests, and the sound of the reaper came down to us as we touched at the different landings. But she sat apart, not noticing nor en tering into the merry conversations around her, half couching into a corner, and leaning over the rail as if searching' the water. She was not attractive; she was lame and deformed, and her features were irregular, but her face was spirituelle in its delicacy and refinement, and her eyes were luminous with the reflection of a soul struggling to the light. Somehow her hungry, longing look appealed to me, and I said: "You are so...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 2 August 1894

ABERDEEN HERALD ► I STATE \B GENERAL. (ST* HAPPEN!M»s. from ocosta. ithercouldn't bo had. mill is running live quartets ter returned from Hoquiam, I,of New York, was in town ind tub factory started up Jroft, of Markham, was in *■ I roller mill is kept busy | failing out flour. er, a shingle man of Porter, rn a call Friday. jr school picnic at the beach y was a grand success. ', of Markham, came in last lit to attend the dance. liber of people arrive each le train and go the beach. ion departed Friday to join bw of the Great Northern river shingle mill has shut w days to do some repairing lery. getting depopulated, the re many of her citizens camp er Montesano brought in a on Tuesday for tho Tacoma iber Co.'s mill. rowd of men, women and ere last Saturday for Grays D pick blackberries. ', a successful rancher of ir country, brought in some (tables for the Ocosta mar n, our present (and next) ly commissioner, was here shaking hands with some friends and interviewing a bful. BOM HOdUIA...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 2 August 1894

Aberdeen Herald. Thursday, August 2, luiH ISSUED EVERY THURSDAY BY — JAMES F. GIRTOX. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: One year ... 12.00 Six months. .. 1.00 Three months .50 Advertising rates on application. Entered at the postoflice at Aberdeen, Wash., as second class mail matter. Notices of births, marriaees or deaths printed free. Correspondence desired from all parts of the county, short communications on topics of public interest, when accompanied by the name of the writer, will be inserted, the name preferrablv but not necessarily for publication. CAMPAIGN SI BSCIIIPTION HATES. From now until after the election The llerai.d will make a social club rate of 25c. The object of this low rate is that every voter may have an opportunity to become better posted as to the campaign and candidates, and also that we may make the acquaintance of many new readers. Every Democratic subcriber, every Democratic committeeman especi ally, should make an effort to place this, the only Democratic paper in...

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