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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 6 September 1894

THE UP GRADE! bILROAD ACCEPTS THE r proposition. ■Hhto( Way. Rails and Ties C* [jogd into Aberdeen Furn- EbyLarge Property Owners. ■L jj»y»' Labor Gets a Town 1 Who'll Buy? Kgg MEETING TONIGNT. 'VEgoutbsigo interest in the exten -2jSßthe rftilroad from the Y down the the Chehalis into Aberdeen flßJjred by the purchase at tax sale ■Yiails now lying near Cosmopolis, ,'sp, Book,J. M. Weathcrwax and Wilson, and the donation by SJjrofficient rails to lay this track. lElions with the railroad company .Xjjetly carried on, by telegraph to matter, until August <>, when Ahl proposition was submitted to Sgt General Manager (i. W. Dick- Taeoma, as follows: w propose to complete grade from •Sto the east bank ol the Wislikah j! To furnish and lay all necessary including ties. To furnish and to supply all necessary labor jEj in ballasting road except train Sib furnish depot facilities equal to Mtsent demands, and right of way y the city on route heretofore se- Wby the company. We expect com-...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 6 September 1894

W. C. T. b. DEPARTMENT. [Edited by tli« Aberdeen W. C, T. U.] Now Temperance Movement. Some months ago, Bishop Watterson, of Columbus, Ohio, in a pastoral letter to the priests in his diocese, promulgated a decree that no one engaged either as principal or agent in the manufacture or sale of intoxicating liquors should be ad mtted to membership in Catholic soci eties, aud that Catholic saloon-keepers who sell on Sunday or otherwise violate, openly ordisguisedly, tliecivil law, should bo refused the sacraments, one of the societies made an appeal on this order to the papal delegate, Monsignor Satolli. Satolli sustained Bishop Watterson. His decision, in part, reads : "The liquor traffic, and especially as conducted here in the United States, is the source of much evil; hence, the bishop was acting within his rights in seeking to restrain it. Therefore, the delegate apostolic sustains Bishop Watter son's action and approves of his circular letter and regulations concerning saloons and...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 13 September 1894

ABERDEEN HERALD |oL VIII. S Heals HH I Running S Sores. I I the Serpent's 4% Sting. ONTJIQIOUS n all its stages completely i nnn menu «?<"c"ed by s. b. a. oi>- ,111111 niloUn stlnate sores and ulcers yield to its healing powers inmorNtMpoisonand builds up the system A raluabie treatise on the disease ana its treatment lilidCrw. SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., Atlanta, Ga. M-E-A-T-S EDUCED PRICES! tst Steak - - 10c per lb )st Roast, - - 8 c " )od Boiling, - 5c " her Meats in Proportion JAMES BARRETT. HERON STREET, ERDEEN, - - - WASH. llrs. E. A. Barrone, ME - MILLINERY I Heron St., Aberdeen. IST RECEIVED! k Finest Line of I Goods in Chehalis County ■ty not Surpassed in the Cities. Itest styles, lood Goods, Fine Jets, I and Ornaments. lit ORDERS SOLICITED. IK IVEATIIERWAX & CO., Aberdeen, Wash. liners and Taxadermists. is for fyigs Sailed to Order HAVE NOW FOIi SALE b Fur Rugs, Stuffed Birds, Antlers, Etc. Ie grebe skins, for hats il Mail Orders Solicited. TANTED. TO BUY, p skins, ] WIL...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 13 September 1894

Aberdeen Herald. Thursday, September 13, lli'Jl. ISSUED EVERY THURSDAY BY — JAMES F. GIRTON. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION*: One year $2.00 Six months l.uo Three months /H) Advertising rates on application. Entered at the postoftice at Aberdeen, Wash., as second class mail matter. Notices of births, marriages or deaths printed free. Correspondence desired from all parts of the comity. 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. CAMPAIGN SIBSCItITTION KATES. From now until after the election Tim llkkald will make a special club rate of 25c. The object of this low rate is that every voter may have an opportunity to Itecome 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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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 13 September 1894

Iff MENTION. inc Jbovet'W " l Winder's. M,.; n ilk-shakc<u»'t he beat. ;|jjff|seitli hw I'ccn 011 the sick list WbStntfc meeting at the council evening. get the worth of your Rackkt Store. been laid up two or K«t (he put week with a severe lUschnxto left for Tacoma, yester- Ullriijt friends and the Interstate JJjSifcw d»y». bXo'i new cash store is the place cheap. A full line of all on hand. j .cJllKlieaof the Baptist church wish E hover for a new rag carpet, the =»lb«ir aid wciety. I. Lewis the Markham shingle man ■town a few days last week getting mui'T*'"' f Qr '" 8 mao,linor-v --§ and wife, Mrs. E. W. —AidH.Graham, of Granville, were Xtdit the Pacific Saturday. 3. ft V. Mead returned with Mrs. le, from Portland, Saturday, and pit a few days in Aberdeen. | Tuesday the home of Mr. and "German Dalillof was gladdened by liral of a fine 10-pound boy. IF. Hill returned 011 Monday from Mp, where lie won several prizes in lycle tournament, last week. ~Jiad Mrs. B. F. Johnson went to ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 13 September 1894

W. C, T. U. DEPARTMENT. [Edited by tli« Aberdeen W. C. T. U.] (Jiving thanks always for till things unto Gtd the father,—Eph. 5:20. An easy tiling, O power, Divine, To thank thee for these gifts of thir.e; For summer's sunshine, winter's snow, The hearts that burn, the thoughts that glow; Hut when shall I attain to this, To thank thee for the things I miss The past week witnessed a ceremony of much significance in the unvailing of the noble monument erected over the long neglected grave of Mary Washington in Fredericksburg, Va. For more than half a century the idea of building this monu ment has existed. It was first inaugurat ed as a private enterprise bv a prominent merchant of New York city, Silas E. Burroughs, who was obliged to relinquish it because of financial reverses. Later it was considered by the state of Virginia and the Federal government, and after much discussion and procrastination was abandoned. Then it was that the pluck of the womanhood oi the country asserted its...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 20 September 1894

A lUI H A y M" w % fa 'w w four J heart's Blood J a UL, lt |Kmost important part of ▼ lEAf jrotganism. Three-fourths of CV TTir ! complaints to which the sys- ' , • ntesubjectare due to impuri- w ,0 > tin the blood. You can, there-^^ ID | it, realize how vital it is to >kst Keep It Pure J riPR rwhich purpose nothing can ▼ > N . gal M<l| It effectually re- IS ' jvtjßWUall impurities, causes the blood thoroughly V Ifm, id boildiup the general health, mm rJkatiieoaßloodindSkin diseases mailed J Free touy address. JSKFrSffiCVK CO.. Atlanta. 6a. 7 -E-A-T-S fUCEO PRICES! m Steak - - 10c per lb b Roast, - - 8c " Boiling, - 5 c " * Meats in Proportion ■MES BARRETT. HERON STHKICT, »KEN, - - . WASH. s. E. A. Barrone, I - MILLINERY Huron St., Aherijekn. T RECEIVED! inest Line of Goods in Chelialis County Dot Surpassed in the Cities. EST STYLES, id Goods, Fine Jets, md Ornaments. ORDERS SOLICITED. WEATHERWAX & (!0., Aberdeen, Wash. tiers and Taxadermists. tor IJugs Sann.ert to O...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 20 September 1894

Aberdeen herald. iiuw.-day. September -0, lot' 1 Issl'Kl) KVKRY THURSDAY JAMKS K. CiIIITON. TEI'.MJ OF SVESCBirTION: One year. ... W.OO Six months. I.UO Three months .">0 Vivertisins: rates oil application. Kutcrcd at the postoflice at Aberdeen, Wash., as second class mail matter. Notices of births, marriages or deaths printeil free. Correspondence desired from all parts of the county. short communications on topics of public interest, when accompanied I»y tlie name of the writer, will be inserted, the name prci'errably but not necessarily for publication. CAMPAIGN St ISSCKIPTION HATES. From tunv until after the election The llkk.u.d will make a special club rate of 'Joe. 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. Kverv Democratic subcribcr, every Democratic committeeman especi ally, should make an effort to place this, the only D...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 20 September 1894

|EF MENTION.; lerMyidWP" l " A "" iL ' : " «'» e fri,iu ' ! l>ort of Montes.mo, was in lj^lle sml Clara Wood left tbis s|fa Mttto ■ •Superintendent J. A. llutclic ; Jipdedtf Tuesday. LvJcook « nt t0 Portland Saturday, lAjfdcnl.iv. lolllhisk,of Satsop, was in the city fife this week. iliefcdMrs. C. R. Wilson returned lrr itlind Monday. .( mething extra nice in fruits or ■= joio Gilmore's. lonroedeparted this morning for tome in Mlcl'gan. ti iMrs. Barrones fall ope- 'ng of r today and tomorrow. "" Neeson, one of Montesano'n well- StanociaM was in town Monday. . Adams, CMliier of the First Na iank, was up from llo<iuiam Mon id -In Aberdeen, Sunday, Sep, 10, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Thompson, Jfolly McKinnon rettnned Mon ti West|Hjrt where she has been a few woks. : For Sale—A small, durable suitable for hunters. Will sell "Xyz,"care this office. earner Point Loma c me in from icisco, Tuesday, with her usual rco of fruits and pro\ sions. sb's new cash store is the place roceries clicap...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 20 September 1894

W. ( ! 11. DEPARTMENT. [»'. Htc Iby thi Aberdeen W. G\ T. I'.] "■ hut triilcs make t!ie sum of human tilings, Aiul half iiuriiilsory from our foibles strings; Sincc life's best joys consist ill peace and case, And thii' but few can serve, yet all can please: Oh, let the ungentle spirit learn from hence, A small unkiiulncss is a great offense." KINDERGARTEN IDEAS. Forty-two years ago Friedrick Froebel left hid legancy of thought to woman. For over thirty years lie studied, and originated methods of education trying to reach his ideals by teaching boys and young men, but ever failing. Through all his laboi as a teacher lie was battled by the possibility of crowding into the years a boy spends at a school the instruction necessary for his after suc cess in the world, together with that train ing of all the faculties, that harmonious development of the whole nature, which he held more important than any know ledge. The trouble lay in the condition of the children, who came to school wit...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 27 September 1894

bur J heart's Blood J At most important part of ▼ organism. Three-fourths of w amplaints to which the sys- X is subject are due to impuri- W a the blood. Vou can, there-^ m realize how vital it is to F9 Keep It Pure V which purpose nothing can ▼ irnrait effectually re- 0 tjßßßaall impurities, uses the blood thoroughly y builds up the general health, iuti«onßloodwiSkin diseases mailed Freetoanylidrcss. M f 'SPEC/nCCO., Atlanta, Ga. ▼ E-A-T-S >SfsATss% ICED PRICES! teak - - JOe per lb mst, - - So " 'oiling, • oc " Meats in Proportion [ES BARRETT. IIERON STREET, in, - . . wash. E. A. Barrone, - MILUNEKY I ION ST., AHHUDKKN. RECEIVED! st Line of pds in Chchalis County Surpassed in the Cities. ST STYLES, 3-oods, Fine Jets, I Ornaments. tDERS SOLICITED. ■EATIIERWAX & 00., Ibehdeen, Wash. Irs and Ixadermists. Bugs Banned to Order IS NOW FOK SALK I Hugs, TUffed Birds, J Antlers, Etc. lebe skins, for hats W Orders Solicited. ■ED, to buy, JINS, »D CAT SKINS, [1 BEAR SKINS, J8l»lo for R...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 27 September 1894

Aberdeen Herald Thursday, September 27, ItlUl. ISSUED EVERY THURSDAY JAMES F. CIIRTOX. TKUMS OF SI HSCKtI'TIOS : One year $2.00 Six months. 1.00 Three mouths 50 Advertising rates on application. Entered at (he postoilice at Aberdeen, Wash., as second class mail matter. Notices of births, marriages or deaths printed free. Correspondence desired from all purls of the enunty. Short communications on topics of public interest, when accompanied by the name of the writer, will be inserted, the name prcferrably but not necessarily for publication. CAMPAIGN Sl' 11SCI51 I'TION KATES. From now until after the election Tim: llkuai.d 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 j readers. Every Democratic subcriber, j every Democratic committeeman espeei- ■ ally, should make an oll'ort to place this, ! the only Dem...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 27 September 1894

MENTION. t'w m«''»i' k - B, ' ako MJi'- K "" 8 wo " t v ' ;i " Cob'"** • ' mWherwax was a lor , uioming f w<iW»« cxtra ns< ' ,> in fml!s or cms. l^toGilmorc's. • left Tuesday lor South j T E " iWwfilihiaUßiial appointment. A. Gnlalwy fl 3 ' " l 0 wortll of . vour | ). <SchXit Law Wire's Hacki r Store. I wf >Vm Jm JEFF'S new adv. am! what Hntd )to say sbont children's shoes.* i,j.o! I.Peckbaek of Oeosta, Bepublican liteforstatesenator, was in town! .Kochler, delegate to the lViiM-j Stale Convention, left for Yakima ml Con: I.Aekey retomed Monday evening ivilittoliia eoti, who resides up Hie , locte valley. II.ORS ,re will be a meeting of the Prohi-j list executive committee at Monte mk. tomorrow. " I " M ire will be a meeting of the Demo-| club at the council chamber next lay evening. Jin E. Griffith, candidate for prose- j ; attorney, was in consultation last | igwitli Aberdeen Prohi's. ity ii oe For Sale—A small, durable j ; suitable for hunters. Will sell "Xyz,"rare...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 27 September 1894

THE WHITE RUBBEK GOAt. Lord Hyion looks with a haughty sturo out from t)io shelf at 1110, With the handsomest wavo to hid smooth bisque hair That an artist would care to see, And the proud.'st curl to his silent 111', And the coldest and loftiest smile. With Ills head set back at u lordly tip O'er that collar of flaring style. And down In tho corner of that same shelf As meek as a goat might be, A white rubber goat—ashamed of himself— Stands wabbling his l>eard at me. A white rubber goat that I happened to know Has a wonderful whistle somewhere Concealed In tho region that's hid below The wealth of his rubber hair. The white rubber goat is a homely goat. With eyes that are bloodshot and red. And lumpy whiskers that hang from hlsthroat In a bunch like a beard of lead. And the voice that ho shrieks from his stomach Is shrill And his figure Is awkward and squat. Hut I ween that that white rubber goat will fulfill An errand which Byron cannot, Oli, Byron, look down with your cold, bi...

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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 4 October 1894

ABERDEEN HERALD ft * far ! ips fart's Blood Z important part of ▼ Kmpnimi. Three-fourths of V •Lis mjliints to which the sys- X libjectare due to impuri- W tie blood. You can, itjfe how vital it is to ■«« KK Keep It Pure V ' itichparpoie nothing can ▼ BBCjlt effectually re- M nil .ttWall impurities, ▼ its the blood thoroughly y milditip the general health. r»% -jj-on Blood twlSkin diseases mailed !j\ FimbujiMlClS. „ iFTSPECIRC CO., Atlanta, Ga. ▼ E-A-T-S -ifsdT=g% = ICED PRICES! i! fteak - - 10c per lb loast, - - Sc " Boiling, - ~>c " - Meats in Proportion i MES BARRETT. f HE HON BTKEI2T, IKF.N, - - - WASH. j. E. A. Barrone, I - MILLINERY ITKRON ST., Amsrdeex. "T RECEIVED! I inest Line of ' m Goods in Clielialis County not Surpassed in the Cities. Ct "EST STYLES, )d Goods, Fine Jets, and Ornaments. , ORDERS SOLICITED. i WEATHERWAX & CO., Aberdeen, Wash. iners and Taxadermists. Sailed to Order HAVE NOW FOR SALE i Pur Rugs, Stuffed Birds, Antlers, Etc. £ GREBE SKINS, FOR HATS M...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 4 October 1894

Aberdeen Herald. riiursday, October I, lil'JL IStSITKO EVEIIY TIiUKSDA Y BY JAMES F. CUKTON. TF.IIMS OF SCUSCBII'TION: One year ....... I'i.OO Six months LOO Three lnontiis .t>o Advertising rates on application. Entered at the postoltlcu at Aberdeen, Wash., lis second class mail matter. Notices of births, marriages or deaths printed free, corresponduucc desired from nil parts of tlic enmity. Sliort communications on topics of public Interest, when nccompiuiicd liy the name of Hie writer, will be inserted, the uiime preferrnhly but not necessarily for pnhiieiition. I>KMOCRATIC TICKET. STATE. Representatives in Congress— Thomas Caton, of l.inrotii county. lIKNJ, I', lII'KSTON, of TIICOIIIU. Judges Supreme Court— J. 1.. SiiAitrsTEtN, of Wnllit Walla. Tiiomas N. Allen, of Olympia. COUNTY. State senator Echbsk Fiianck, Aberdeen e...,..,^0„i 1 .iiv.. u (Kdmonii Cboct, Markliani IvipiibentntiMs (ciias. Neksun, Montcsano Auditor W. B. Ma< k, Aberdeen Sheriir. It. It. Martin, Klmn c...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 4 October 1894

Jbitionists Column the Aberdeen I'ro- JKgb lortf' 1 TCofTln Until." is not responsible MPWKII ill this COl II 111 11. Tl » K K T Sen»lor-i' ,lIW - Fuller. Sutsop. wtatives— Pr. N. B. Colnan of nojA.H.Lackey P.D., Aberdeen. r Auditor— J- C. Piles. Elma. Xewton,O.ikville. f_Edward Bennie, Aberdeen. -Bert LatiEloy, lloquiam. [Attorney—A.E.Griffiths, Mont l(Schoole—N.G. Wheeler, Elina. nr—D.H.Mullen, Monteeano. ir—J.E.Pulver, Cosmopolis. f Surveyor J.A.Gilkey, Monte- Waiter— C.H.Nye, Westport. nissioner 2nd.Dist.—J.E. Medcalf, |hx>. ,3d. Dist. —J. A. Phillips, John's MThe Four Follticnl Pnrtlm. J] First Party. Jnr Republicans and Democrats who % what they want at every election, ■ Second P.irtv. Iperani'o Republicans and Demo- Jwlio vole for what they don't want, 'It it. | Tliird Party. Kibitionists, who mean to vote for hey want till it coincs. Fourth Party. ■lists, who don't know what they it. '1 38 AV l, ' uu l°J sim WAV •UIUUIO3 sup sptsajj pu[} ai[» IOJ a}o,v BRIEF MENTION. ( am...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 4 October 1894

W. C. 1. U. DEPARTMENT. [Edited by thu Aberdeen \V. O, T. U.] A DIEKAM OF HATS. He dreamed ail onimous dream; Me dreamed that lie saw fum- rats, A fat rat and two loan rats, .And a fouith as blind as a hat. "Wife, . ddle to me my dream, Kor my heart is full of fear;" Then up spake Jamie his son, "1 can riddle it, father dear." The bar-keeper is the fat old rat; The leans ones are mother and me; And you, dad, are the blind rat, No riddle could plainer be." -11. J. M. Franchise. (Ucuri by Mrs. C. (). I'rown, of Montesano, nt the r>,h se ni-iinniml county convention of the \V. C. T. U., helil »it Sutsop, Sept, lU,] Dear Sisters of Cheh'.ais Co. Convention: I have always been interested in fran chise, ever since 1 have been old enough to see the injustice of not ha' Ing just the same privileges as a mail, and yet be ex acted to obey laws <• nl pay taxes, just the same as they. We think we have a republican form of government, lmaj» have never been tru ly republican, for that form ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 11 October 1894

VOL. IX. J Your £ J Heart's Blood S ▼ Is the most important part of ▼ fl> your organism. Three-fourths of CP the complaints to which the sys- X tem is subject are due to impuri- W tics in the blood. You can, F9 fore, realize how vital it is to Kja J Keep It Pure J ▼ For which purpose nothing can ▼ t equal U<M It effectually re- M movesCßSSc" all impurities, X W cleanses the blood thoroughly V and builds up the general health. Our Treatise on Blood and Skin diseases mailed Free to any address. ▼ SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., AllMla, 61. ▼ M-E-A-T-S REDUCEDPRIGES! Best Steak - - 10c per lb Best Roast, - - Sc " Good Boiling, - 5c " Other Meats in Proportion JAMES BARRETT. III2RON STREET, ABERDEEN, - - • WASH. Mrs. E. A. Barrone, FINE - MILLINERY Heron St., Aberdeen. JUST RECEIVED! The Finest Line of Goods in Cliehalis County Quality not Surpassed in the Cities. LATEST STYLES, Good Goods, Fine Jets, and Ornaments. MAIL ORDERS SOLICITED, FRANK WEATHERWAX & CO., Aberdeen, Wash. Tanners an...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 11 October 1894

AJbordeon Herald, i Thursday, October 11, li'.'J k ISSUED EVERY THURSDAY BY — JAMES F. GIRTOX. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: One year (i.W Six months l.w) Three mouths M Advertising rates on application. Entered at the postofflce at Aberdeen, Wash., as second 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 name of the writer, will be inserted, the name preferrably but not necessarily for publication. f>EMOCIIATIC TICKET. STATE. Representatives In Congress— Thomas Caton, of Lincoln county. Hk.nj, F, Hue?ton, of Tacoma. Judges Supreme Court— J. L. Siiarpstein, or Walla Walln. Thomas X. Allen, of Olvmpia. COI'NTY. State senator Ehof.se France, Aberdeen .. 4 .. (Edmund Croft, Markham Representatives .. j CIIAS . x KK son, Moutesano Auditor W. B. Mack, Aberdseu Sheriff. R. R. Martin, Elma Clerk James E. Lyons, Cosmopolis Treasurer Assessor Ov...

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