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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 2 August 1894

1 THE HEXT FIFTEEN DATS FROM DATE. -SAUGUST 2, 1894^ E • WILL - SELL SHOES FOR - LESS MONEY Than ever before sold in Southwestern Washington. ■■TIKE ADVANTAGE UF THIS OFFER~rr IS THE Til TO BUT - YOU WILL NEVER DO BETTER. 1 Orders receive same discount and attention as though you called in peison Remember, this offer is for Fifteen Days Only. 1 A /-|AT TF> T COIINEK heron ASM F STS., rvi l Jr , I tlhs C~>i-L(JI , Item™, WASH, V MENTION. cheap at Winder's. Van Tassel joined the Aber 11s at the beach Tuesday. 1 went to the beach Tues.lay uting with her two daught r's PANTS are all right, line them. in and Wappenstien have 1 office to F street, just be low cash store is the place es cheap. A full line of all on hand. iccretary of the Democratic ommittee,Chas. De France, londay night. Weatherwax and daughters I the beach Tuesday, and m yesterday. pleford, of Kdison, was an city on Monday, to visit her ly friends here, superintendent has made ent of *1,769.71 of school een's share ...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 2 August 1894

THE HOUSEHOLD. AUGUST. Now August brings the holidays To gladden us once mote, And teinpt us to her wooded hills And rugged, rock-bound shore; While scented breeze from field and lane Steals softly through the air. And low, sweet notes the happy birds Are piping everywhere. Now all of us may freely choose The way we love tho best, Of all that nature offers us, In these long days of rest. The river gaily beckons us To float adown the stream And drift away the idle hours Along a fairy dream. Or on a mossy bank we lean With fishing-rod held fast, In hope that some unwary trout Will take the bait at last; Or in tho surf we boldly plunge . When waves are rolling high, Or drowse beside the lapping tide To hear its lullaby; Or wander by the winding shore In nooks we love so well, To search for gleaming ocean weed Or gaily tinted shell. For Young and old in childish mood These simple sports enjoy, Which August brings with lavish hand To every girl and boy. —Lucy Comins, in Youth's Companion...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 9 August 1894

ABERDEEN HERALD BL. VIII. KITY, STATE AND GENERAL. COUNTY HAPPENINGS. FROM IIOQUIAM. Isa Minnie France is sick with la pe. C. 0. G. Chase is 011 our streets again; family are still at the beach. harles Arnold, after a week's outing r tho Copalis, resumed his duties delay, with Ash Brothers. Bveral of our enterprising citizens e improved and beautified their ies with new paints and fences, iss Kowland and Prof. A. G. Cush -1 are in Montesano this week, the ier taking tho teachers' examination, latter assisting on the board of ex ners. party consisting of Mrs. I'latt, Miss a Smith, Misses Beatrice, Kose and ce Karr departed Tuesday with well lunch baskets for a trip down the or. e Epworth League will hold its first try meeting in the Methodist church Monday evening. All excellent ■am is being prepared, which will tless be well rendered. ss Simpson, a school teacher from ralia, who was employed to teach in mblic schools, has resigned her posi and the board have secured the ces of Miss ...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 9 August 1894

Aberdeen Herald. Thursday, August ISSUED EVEKY THURSDAY JAMES F. CiIRTOX. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION : One year ♦-•00 Six months. l.uo Three mouths .'>o Advertising rates on application. Entered at the postoßlce at Aberdeen, Wash., as secoud class mail matter. Notices 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 uame of the writer, will be inserted, the name preferrably but not necessarily for publication. CAMPAIGN SUBSCRIPTION KATES. From now until after the election Tin: Herald will make a special 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 the county, in t...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 9 August 1894

|ief mention. jjlv.ivs r!if.»p sit V' inder's. J; .!. Il;iin I-. (:• Westporl, v\:i:v in | liK.-il'iy. f irn'r, ol was in lien Saturday. .Fisher's PANTS are all right, d examine them. L Bridges, of Montesano, dined at icific hotel Monday. I. Slater, of Summit, was in town ,v, and registered at the Pacific. rles Neceon, of Montesano, has i Aberdeen a tew days the past i—Wednesday, August 8, to Mr. re. W. P. Spinning, of Cosinopolis, 10-pound son. rge Anderson departed from Aber- Tuesdav for British Columbia, in of employment. Montesano and Aberdeen base ams are matched for a game at 1 Bano next Sunday. county teachers examination com d in Montesano today, and will oe Friday and Saturday. . Shaft, of Shaftsburg, Mich., ar i the city Tuesday for a visit with ghtcr, Mrs. S. K. Bowes. loqiiiam and Montesano base ball ayed at Iloquiam last Sunday, res being, lloquiam 5, Montc- . lameson. of Montesano, was in Iturdav night, going to Hoquiam r to assist his ball-plavers in their nts game. \...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 9 August 1894

IIOWPETEWASCUHED WHAT HIS SHORT STAY IN LOUISIANA DID FOR HIM. Bill Zach Thought rote Balnea Was Incur able and Sent 111 m Away—Flunk Took Ills Life In Ills Hand, So lie Thought, but Pete Came Back Completely Changed. "I never knew any one but Pete Raines that had ever been to Louisiana,'' (aid Slote Bondell of Gibson county, Tenn., "and I never heard him say a word against it, but from tho way he acted when he came back to Tennesseo from there I can't say that I gathered tho Idea that Louisiana held out many indnoements for folks to go thero and stay—that is, if the district Peto Raines went to was any fair samplo of tho way things striko visitors in Louisiana. That district was Tangipahoa parish. I saw Peto when ho started for Tangipa hoa parish, and I saw him just after he got back That's why I can't get up and shout much when I hear folks brag about Louisiana, although Pete never said a word. There was good reason for that, though. "Now, I s'poso that when I rise to remark that ...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 16 August 1894

, SRDEEiN GERALD ft Vlii. kin ruptiorns md similar annoy-.nces are caused by an impure blood, which will Mult in a more dreaded disease, toless removed, slight impurities rill develop into Scrofula, Ecze= ia, Salt Rheum and other serious results of to (or some time tec jrer from a severe trouble, for which I q j many remedies that io no good. I have * & v>\j vc ikeD four bottles of Bwith the most wenderf i:l results Am enjoyinp; the best health I over knew, have Rained twenty Sand my friends s?.y they never saw well. 1 <un feelim; quite lil:e a new JOHN' S. KDELIN, Bvetomcnt Printing >. Washington, D, C hir Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases mailed free to any address. SWiFT SPECIFIC CO., Atlanta, Ga. m fe® d 96 3 ui)'PRICES! Steak - - JOc per lb Roast, - - 6<c " \BoilLng, - oc " ' Meats in Proportion MES BARRETT'. iu:ron street, EEN - WASH. !. E. A. Barrone, * r ~e r* d p& ps ; - ftllLLlhEß/ lukon Sr., Ai;eki)!:i:n. F RECEIVED I lest Line of ■joods in Chclialis...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 16 August 1894

Aberdeen herald. Thursday. Auarn-t 16, 1 {Ji*4- ISfffED EVERY THURSDAY james f gikton TEBSI? JF SVSSCEIPTIOS One year . . f2.CC Six months. . . 1.00 Three months ?0 Advertising rates on Application. Entered at the postoffice at Aberdeen. Wash., &j second class mail matter. N •f *• :r*'r rr.irr: » : rrr.'f. : free. Correspondence 'iesirei from all part? the county. Short communications on topic* of public interest, when accompanied t-y the name of the writer, will be inserted, the name preferrably but not necessarily for publication. CAMFAIGX SUBSCRIPTION RATES. From now until after the election The Herald will make a special 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 mav 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 the county...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 16 August 1894

F MENTION. cheap ill Wiiiik'r" . »!#avs mi hand .it l{ iu n>tnrn ''1 from a few davs ort and Cuhassett, Monday. Morder of Woodmen of the ncently been instituted at id Elma. i has charge of 0. F. Witte's Hoquiam, this week, while rom the town. fj. E. C. Finch, arrived in today, after a week's stay retort on the Oregon coast. TED.—Good reliable boy, I years oUI, to learn the less. Apply at this office. re. T. W. I'iiitlcr caine lip h yesterday, and arc visit and Mr. W. B. Fetterman. th, formerly a resident of i for the past few years of Gently removed to Crescent >. i and family of Montesano i town on their way to the expect to make Aberdeen ra. iKillip, of Centralia, will Baptist tabernacle next g. A cordial invitation is to attend. t a point always have a fornia pickel, ranch and r and fresh ranch eggs at Wm. Winder. Merritt returned to her land, California, after a ight's visit with Mrs. nd Mrs. Elston lan, of Salem, Oregon, is ■ents, Air. and Mrs. C. A. ither relatives in th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 16 August 1894

W. C. T U. DEPARTMENT. fir by tlw At": If :i V C. T V . Tlir AcceptaMe Year of the Lurit Some years come bearing rose.-:, Some years come bearing rue, Some with harmonious closes, Some discord through and through We may not mould or sha)>e them. Or alter or escape them ; We dare not blame; but we May make all years acceptable, U Lord of time! to thee. A LITTLE WAY DOWN STREET My boy, you came in rather late last night, and this morning, when youi mother asked where you were, you said. "Down street." Then when she wanted i to know whereabouts down the street, j you said, "Oh, just a little ways." Now, I don't think you intend to lie tc your mother. As a rule you are a truth-. ful boy, and your mother can believe you. But I wonder if yon know how far down 1 street you were last right? You weie { right when you said you were "down . street"; whenever a boy comes home late : at night, and is afraid or ashamed to tell just where he has been and what he has I been doing, I know as well...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 23 August 1894

ABERDEEN HERALD Il >se~—* bwmptoms that your blood 'r-fultof impurities, causing ( and unsightly complexion. J ttlaof 8. 8. S. will remove] i ana impure matter, cleanse thoroughly, and give a clear mplexion. It is most effect ntinly harmless. r, IS Laurel Street, Phlla., saw or yean a humor in my blood m dread to shave, as small boils or dbe cut, thus causing shaving to loysnce. After taking three bottles tqr (ace is all clear and smooth as it should be—appetite splendid, dssp well and (eel like running a orueuseo( S. S.S. lood and skin diseases mailed free. SPECIFIC CO., Atlanta, Ga. E-A-T-S JED PRICES! Ik - - 10c per lb \st, - - 8c " lling, - 5c " tats in Proportion IS BARRETT, IGROX STREET, WASH. ). A. Barrone, MILLINERY n St., Aberdeen. RECEIVED! Line of s in Chehalis County iorpassed in the Cities. T STYLES, oods, Pine Jets, Ornaments. )ERS SOLICITED. iTHERWAX & CO., rdben, Wash. s and ;adermists. gs Sawed to Order NOW FOR SALE Rugs, pfed Birds, I Antlers, Etc. BE SKINS,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 23 August 1894

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 23 August 1894

f MENTION.], the«l> at Winder's. tondried shirts—Fisiikr's. ] imnt to Portland Monday, ' id pleasure, returning ves- Borgess and Mrs. N. W. ' the campers at the beach i Mtnd Floyd Bush went to Mday,—to commune with Ulaban returned on Tuos rdays'visit to the Inter- Moma. gw cash store is the place a cheap. A full line of all ■■hand. fa. M. Barker, D. I)., will [Episcopal church in Abor ly, September 2nd. Ihanday, Aug. 16, Mrs. A. ■rated her husband with a pponnd boy baby. Saturday, Aug. 18, the fam j Mrs. J. C. Pearson was Is arrival of a daughter. B. 0. J. Lawrence and Mr. L Garmau went to the cn- Inrday, returning Monday. B. Kaufman and Robert ■among those who went to ■adajr, to recreate a few ■ who went to the beach fairs. H. Richau and two fcchrodor and Miss Kauf ■, of Montesano, was in Booking up the log market, ■tie stiffening in prices in ■ Charles R. Wilson ar ■r and is now taking on a ■at Wilson Bros. & Co.'s Bncisco fterdeen Bakery for fresh ■ pies, fruits and nuts, ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 23 August 1894

V". C. T -J. Lrjs'FARTMENT. (.Ldiicu by tL% Aberdeen W. C, T. L' ) ' lie's true to God who's true to man; wherever wrong is done, To the humblest and the weak, 'neath the all-beholding sun, That wrong is also done to us; and they are slaves most baso, WIIO3O love of right is for themselves, and not for all their race. " 'Tis ours to savo our brethren, with peace and love to win Their darkened hearts from error, ere they liardon it to sin; But if before his duty man with listless spirit stands, Krelong the Groat Avenger takes the work from out his bands." —Tho Arena. PLEDGE KEEPING Mrs. ]. K. Barney. "I, the Lord thy God, will hold thy right hand, saying unto tlioe, Fear not, I will help theo." —Isa. 41:13. On Saturday evening I was lead to a Gospel temperance meeting. Tho hall was up-stairs and tho windows were open. The music came floating down to us on the street, and a hush seemed to have come upon everything around us, as the words, "Home, home, sweet, sweet home," rang out clea...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 30 August 1894

ABERDEEN HERALD IVIII. y + Is Essential JOOCI HEALTH. . — You cannot % 9 ■ hope to be well smOfl /IVvrVI IS IMPURE. you arc troubled with OILS* ULCERS or IHPLES, SORES iHoed is bad. A few bottles of S. S. S. will ■Mr cleanse the system, remove all im lud build you up. All manner of blem cleared away ki» It is the best blood remedy on earth. Midi who ha«e used it say so. iMaodvastadly poisoned last year, which pot my mm out of oraer—diseased and .1 constant source MMappetite, no enjoyment of life. Two bottles A| nought me right out. There is 110 bettei ■991 remedy for blood diseases. BEI JOHN GAVIN. Dayton. Ohio. Itfaeoa blood and skin diseases mailed free* |JfflFT SPECIFIC CO., Atlanta, Ga. I-E-A-T-S —SgsfeAT=s% OUGED PRICES! ISteak - - 10c per lb \ Roast, - - 8 c " & Boiling, - 5c " tr Meats in Proportion A.MES BARRETT, IIEKON STREET, IDEEN, - - - WASH. (s. E. A. Barrone, - MILLINERY llf.ron St., Aberdeen. IT RECEIVED! f inest Line of Goods in Clichalis County foot Surpassed in...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 30 August 1894

Aberdeen herald. riinrsiliiy, Ansyust 30, lli'.tk ISSIEO EVERY THURSDAY JAMES E. GIKTON. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: one year. 12.00 Six mouths. 1.00 Three months .">0 A -1 vertisinij rates on application. Kntered at the postollice at Aberdeen, Wash., as second class mail matter. Notices of births, marriaucs or deaths printed free. Correspondence desired from all parts of the county, short communications on topics of public* Interest, when accompanied bv the name of the writer, will be inserted, the name preferrably but not necessarily for publication. CAMI'AIOX Sl lISCItITTION HATES. From now until after the election The I 1 i:i:a11) wi'l make a special 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 ami candidates, and also that we may make the acquaintance of many new readers. Every Democratic suberiber, every Democratic committeeman especi ally, should make an effort to place this, the only Democr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 30 August 1894

IF MENTION. frwMjsrW 3l jjjK, twunliit-.I fihiit>** Hmi I i>i,iXrihont chiMien's shoes. schools will open for , . l.le ® Monday, September 10. to Tacoma, Tues- HlLK,|terhis cases in the federal '' Mjjj jjJ family returned from ,{jj®fteiday evening, after a week's 'hofljood left 'of Seattle, Monday bJ|. minii» his studies at the arro t's new cash store is the place geriMcheap. A full line of all i»ys on hand. ' ipat J.C. Burgess of the Great nilny.was in Klma, Friday, !in t of that road. oi ||| kinds, styles, sizes and fount's, warranted to_ be tho j lemarket for the money. 9 IfcKiiiiie, arrived in Aberdeen ij, fr«m Portland, to visit her Mr. and Mr.'. Mux San ford. 0101 nog ladies and gentlemen of tho iitian endeavor society gave an tocial in the Smith block last "" ,l fever has agai ii made its appear- Inia, there being a ease of the (jn tase in the family of W. 11. airs have been completed on ler Cruiser, and she resumed in between Aberdeen and West ~ nlay. Fuluicr and Charl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 30 August 1894

B A FFIIXG- BITtGLARS 3AFES AND LOCKS WHICH ARE PROOF AGAINST TAMPERERS. Each Ilank of Englau.l Luck Costs »373 ami Has 307,88() Different Combinations. Elaborate Mechanism to Frotect Treasure Vaults. There is no denying the fact that tho burglar of today, -who aims at high panic, displays amazing ingenuity in tho manufacture of scientific tools and apparatus and also in the practical work ing of tho same. But he is completely out of the run ning when pitted against our safemak rrs and locksmiths, even though ho peri odically buys their wares for experi mental purposes. While tin'' present writer was being "personally conducted" over tho prem ises of tho greatest firm of lockmakers in tho world ho acquired much interest ing information concerning those won drous pieces of mechanism which pro tect the vast riches of palaces, banks and strongrooms, and which render it absolutely impossible for thieves to break in. Perhaps the most interesting depart ment was that ono in which an exhib...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 6 September 1894

ABERDEEN HERALD I Manifold I Disorders u>vndowd br an impure and im luMeMdittMOf the Dlood. Slight C||jn if iolcorrected, develop into El mibdies, lach as ■scrofula, I ECZEMA. I RHEUMATISM < 1 rfU inwhlnome diseases. To cure nAtliiNtMaMfe and reliable rem- I IKtafna uf harmful ingredients. PfcgfepuriHe^gßß I Wdmm the ijrtem. Thousands of Kiithivont forms of blood dis- Elm bus | Cured by 8> 8• 8* IrifewTnitlie nailed free to any address InrTtPlCiriC CO., Atlanta, Ga. -E-A-T-S sss^s — UCEO PRICES! Steak - - 10c per lb Roast, - - 8c " Boiling, - 5c " ' Meats in Proportion MES BARRETT, ngRON BTREF.T, EEN, - - • WASH. p. E. A. Barrone, I - MILLINERY Heron St., Aderdeex. T RECEIVED! inest Line of Goods in Chehalis County loot Surpassed in the Cities. EST STYLES, d Goods, Fine Jets, md Ornaments. ORDERS SOLICITED. WEATHERWAX & CO., Aberdeen, Wash. iters and faxadermists. 9rl(ugs Sailed to Order AVE NOW FOIt SALE tor Rugs, Stuffed Birds, Antlers, Etc. BE SKINS, FOR HATS lail Or...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 6 September 1894

Aberdeen Herald. Thursday, September C, ItiiH. ISSUED EVERY THURSDAY BY JAMES F. GIRTOX. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: One year $2.00 Six months 1.00 Three mouths 60 Advertising rates on application. Entered at the postofllce at Aberdeen, Wash., as second class mail matter. Notices of births, mnrrinßes or Months printed trie. Correspondence desired from ull pnrts of the county, short communications on topics of public interest, when accompanied by the niiine of the writer, will be inserted, the liniue preferrnbly but nut necessnrily for publicntion. CAMI'AIGN SUBSCRIPTION KATES. From now until after the election The llkuam) will make a special clnl) rate of 25c. The object of tliis low rate is that every voter may liave 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 eflbrt to place this, the only Democratic pa|>e...

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