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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 15 November 1894

VV i it. Phi AR i MLYI ;r . ;• t: V At.tr .. W r T. V ' '•This is ro time totr.ia L::e is brie; and sin is ~i r.-: Courage is like the i.»~. . .ng ui a leaf. The dropping oi a tear. This is no place to dream aw ay the hours A.. should bo earnesta w :>ild iiko furs." The whole license system in this coun try. after a fair trial, high or low-, has proved to be a ghastly farce and failure, and the sooner it receives its burial the bettor. It does ready nothing to check the sale of intoxicants : it only seems to serve as a legal sanction for the ungodly and abominable traffic. I believe there ought to be only one law hearing on this matter. I would put this subject right where the laws of this Commonwealth put the yellow fever ar. 1 cholera—under quarantine, regarding the whole business of selling—never to be licensed, only to be dealt with a- a public nuisance.—lltv. Theodore L. Cuyler, I'.T>. In the engagements of quest: nable. propriety which sometimes give doubt anil trouble t...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 22 November 1894

VOL. IX. V Your V J Heart's Blood J ▼ Is the most important part of ▼ (9 your organism. Three-fourths of flt i the complaints to which the sys- i W tem is subject are due to impuri- w ties in the blood. Fm fore, realize how vital it is to J Keep It Pure J ▼ For which purpose nothing can ▼ CV equal B|X| It effectually re- flB T movesßKCflall cleanses the blood thoroughly W m and builds up the general health, Our Treatise on Blood and Skin diseases mailed VFrec to any address, S»IFT SPECIFIC CO., UttaU, Si. V M-E-A-T-S REDUCED PRICES! Best Steak - - 10c per lb Best Roast, - - So " Good Boiling, - 5c " Other Meats in Proportion JAMES BARRETT, HERON STREET, ABERDEEN, - - ■ WASH. Mrs. E. A. Barrone, FINE - MILLINERY Hi:ron Sr., AnEKDKfix. I JUST RECEIVED! The Finest Line of Goods in Chelialis County Quality not Surpassed in the Cities. LATEST STYLES, Good Goods, Fine Jets, and Ornaments. MAIL ORDERS SOLICITED, FRANK WEATHERWAX & CO., Aiikiidkkn, Wash. Tanners and Taxadermists. Skins ...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 22 November 1894

Abtrdeeii lierakl Thursday. November ltf'j-J. ISSUED EVERY TIIUEsIJA Y J A ME' ¥. UIRTON. TEB>!« if -CB-.KIHI'JS- One year ... 12.00 six months. .. 1.00 Three mouth? .50 A '.vert;-iuir rates ou u;.;.'.k-a-:. u. E'.tt_r<: ;u* the I M-toili' at Aberdeen, WftsL., ns second class mail matter. Notices of blrtbs, marriages or deaths printed free. Correspondence desired fr"in ail v«rt.« of the county, short communications on topics of *i*■ 1i• interest, wh- ii accompanied by the name of the writer, will be inserted, the name preferably bat not necessarily for publication. THE CITY ELECTION. One week from next Tuesday occurs the city election, at which city officers and four council men are to be chosen. The incoming city government will have a hard ta.-k before it, from the fact of the city's indebtedness exceeding the limit' under the new assessment, and yet there ought be men of the ln-tter class found who are patriotic enough to put up with considerable self sacrifice, and not a l...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 22 November 1894

IIIMUF MENTION. Y>, i \ J •I!i• - iy !i>■ in f-»'I wear, at Jeff's. Fresh fruit always mi hand at Kein lutli l'.ros.' Hugh >:iiniiiiiis, i f Montesano, spent a few da\s i i town the p;ist week. i:ii-!i.ir 1 1". D.ibnev wc.il to (Vntralia Fiidav en a business trip, returning Sat in'. y. Miss Haiti.' iV'iijaniin went up to Mon- Ic-ano Tiler day fm- a few weeks' visit wit it friends. Mi-s liullie I•ntelier.one of lloipiiam's in > t e.liieieiit teachers, was visiting in ;ow n S.iturdav. Clothing and Underwear in jjreat variety at reduced prices. You will find at Kaufman's store. ' <rd lias boon received of a decided improvement in the condition of Curtis Newton lately sent to Sleilacoom from Oakville. Tho prediction in last week's Hkkai.d proved true, and the Klina Kagle is no more. Kditor Watson is now on the Chronicle force. Canoi: Foit Sam;—A small, durable canoe; latest style. Suitable for duck and teese hunters. Will sell cheap. "Xvz," care this ofllce. The Kpworth L...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 22 November 1894

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 29 November 1894

VOL. IX. OFFICIAL REGISTER AIIEKPKEN CITY (iOVKUNMIONT. Mayor Clyde 15. Weathcrwax Treasurer W. I!. Muck Clerk A. W. Hush Attorney W. O. McKinlay Health Officer C. K. Hell Marshal Win. Pearson I'ill ice Justice S. White Council—S. K. Howes, I'. J l '. Clark. J. A. Hood, Dave Kieth, 1.. J. Kolts, S. IS. Linn, Alex. Young. U. S. Deputy Collector of Customs for the port of Grays Harbor. I). G. Ilaight, Aberdeen. CIIEIIAI.IK COUNTY OFFICIALS. Auditor ({eo. W. Boyington Clerk J. E. Lyons Treasurer J.G. Lewis Sheriff J. A. Graham Attorney D. Schofield A ssessor J. W. Bunn Coroner Wra. Anstie Supt. of Schools J. A. Hutcheson Surveyor O. P. Burrows Commissioners—l'etcr Autzcn, J. O. Coy, J. O. Wilson. JC. CROSS, . ATTORNEY AT LAW. Will practice in Stnte nnd Federal Courts. Adkrdken, Wash, JJOGAN & McGERRY, ATTORNEYS AND COUNESII.OUS, Offices over Aberdeen lliuik. Aukkdeen, • - - Washington. SOCIETIES. fk 4 F. & A. M.— Aberdeen Lodge, -*»■• No. 52. Regular communica tions on the Seco...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 29 November 1894

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 29 November 1894

RIEF MENTION. Ik 11 >y Ic's ' lysti '• fcn.u- bright Th;..:ksgiviug. Ms' paradise at Growther's. I the latest styles in foot wear, at tsli fruit always on hand at Rein- I Isros.' I\V Strange, of Cosinopolis was in Itoday. Lit cut on furniture at Crowther'B. Lih for (sc. ■ert Honicr, of Westport, was in I yesterday. jcp your eye oil our Premium list. It Interest you. tlnn Nagel came in from the Ilunip- K yesterday. tit. Hutchi'son was visiting the Ab tn schools Tuesday. Bsh bread daily at Aberdeen Bakery. 1 loaves for 25 cents. Ire atul ten cent goods a specialty at rther's Central liazar. } our combination offer of the 11 i:k liul the Seattle Telegraph. , Bright lectures before the Epworth lie at Montes ano this evening. ailv a car load of baskets were jbt up from 1 Incpiiam, Tuesday, for nent to l'ortland. ' Clothing and Underwear in :great variety at reduced prices. You will find at Kaufman's store. If you want anything, from a souviner Ifiilt to a sewing machine, you can get i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 29 November 1894

Till: HOUSEHOLD. HAIL HALF KENNIES. WILL-THEY CROWD THE'OeNT PfECES OUT OF THE FIELD? The Orgnn Grinders and Professional Beg gar* Will nave to Tlnitlc—Even Church Collections Will Suffer, and "Two Tor a Quarter" Will Do Ono For 13 1-2. It is tradition that tho smallest coin in circulation in tho mining camps of tho west a few yoars ago was tho dime, and it was held to bo such an insignifi cant coin that a miner who was given a dimo in chango felt insulted. In tho Mississippi valley tho smallest coin In general uso was tho 5 cent piece. Tho price of tho cheapest triflo r.old in tho shops was G cents. Western citizens who camo to New York state were amazed to see eastern poople go into tho shops and buy a cent's worth of yeast. They wero also surprised to learn that a groat number and great variety of things might bo bought for a cent. They found tho old fashioned cart wheel American penny to bo a nim ble and active coin east of the Allegha nies. Probably there aro few people living ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 6 December 1894

I ~ IOITH IA L UK*'IS 1' I".K # aiikhpffn i'ity oi.vfiinmfst. ir 'niiy \V. * >. McKinliiy |Ih bll'uvr ('• U. Fell slial Win. Pearson unci! —K. I'owes. I*. I*'. Clark, .1. lood, Have Kictli, 1.. .1. Kolts, . . I!, i, Alex. Young. >. IVputy Collector of Customs lot port ol Grays Harbor I>. <1. Ilaight i in n m is mrs i'Y mi if iai s. l(il . ( it'll. \\ . I'l \* ill Jit I >11 SHUT .1. la. Low is 111 .I.A.*iraliam ssor I. W. liiinn lier Win. Allelic . (it Schools I. A. 11 utchoson Chi I >. I'. llui'iows inissioncrs— l'eter Ant/en, .1. O. < 'oy, f. flioss, ATTOHSKY AT I.AW. I! lirilrfirc in stall- niiil Feilerul Courts. AHKiihKKN, WASH. IfuiiAX A MiliKltllV, ATTOKXKYS AND ('OFNFSII.OKS. oflieos over Alionloon Hunk. I«kui>kkn, - - • Washington. SOCIKTIKS. Jev 4F.AA. M. Aberdeen Lodge, | •* \\ -» • No. VJ. Ue-.ru la r(« »iii 11111 11 i«*;i - I V/ tious on tin* Second mid Fourth j Tuesififry of each monfh lit 7:150 p. in. N Visiting brothers rordially lnviti*«l ■ Ijv...

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

Aberdeen herald. riuirstlay, Iteceinber (5, ICDi., ISSL'KD KVKKY TIiriWDAV BY JAMES F. liIKTOX. TKKM* OF gl'BSi'lllPTlON : One year $2.00 Six mouths. ' l.eo Three months ..mj Advertising rntes oil application. Kntered at the postoltiee at Aberdeen, Wash., as second class mail matter. Notices of births, marriages or deaths printed free. Correspondence desired from ail puris of the enmity, 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. THE CURRENCY PLAN The new currency plan proposed by Secretiny Carlisle and endorsed by President Cleveland is an exhaustive measure for providingan ample and tlexi hle circulating medium. It provides for national and state banks of issue. The provisions for the former, in brief, are: The repeal of the law providing for a de- 1 posit of government bonds as a basis for ' circulation ; permitting the issue of bank j notes up to sevent...

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

BIEF MENTION. II Doyle's < ly. lers. ■ the latest styles in foot wear, at Lh fruit always on hand at llein ■Jiros.' ■W Strang.', of I'osmopolis was in L|, hreud daily at Alierdcen Bakery. loaves lor i cents. I I',. D.ibney went to Tacotna on jp,< Tuesday morning. L and ten cent goods a Hpeci ilty at ■Iter's Central 80/ar. ■our combination oiler of tin lluii llid the Seattle Telegraph. k Shieks, of Taeoina, attorney for 1. Book, arrived Tnesd ly evening, n. Fraser and Miss Carrie Twide 1, [well known resi lenlsuf F.lina, were handsome lino ot suitable sltnas presents may be found li. Wilson went to Moulesatio Tue n connect ion with tin' receivership e Aberdeen bank. you want anything, from a souviner i to a sewing machine, you can get He by sending us a club of subscribers Ike I lieu \t.ii. Get voiliself a Christinas present, free, up a club for the llkkai.ii. See jfiicinitiiii list in another column, ll Bjfcliaiige each week. Am »\v school lunist' has just Ikm* n tin near Arti...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 6 December 1894

THE HOUSEHOLD. M'NALLY'S NERVE. While Diamonds Were Rolling Upon the Floor lie Coolly Puffed A way. There is no doubt that Jimmy Mc- Nally, the king of the green goods men, is in town. He was in Martin's the oth er night with a very pretty girl he call ed Nellie. Sam Martin did not know him, or it is probable he would not have been there. McNallv was pale and oold and qtrier, and as usual sober. Tho girl was flushed and bright eyed and garru lous with wine. Her fingers were cover ed with diamonds, and her hair sparkled with the gems. A big diamond heart sparkled at her corsage, and an im mense sunburst blazed at her belt. McNallv was drinking apolllnaris. Tho girl was drinking wine. Two glances would not be necessary to tell where MoNally got his secretiveness and craft. His eyes are deep 6et and fathomless; his face pale with the pal lor of opium. With his mustache off he would look -omethiug like Riley Gran nan, the plunger. They have similar facial characteristics, and it may be ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 13 December 1894

VOl, IX. OFFICIAL UEGISTEIt aiii:hdi:i:n city government. Mayor Clyde 1?. Weatherwax Treasurer W. 15. Mack Clerk A. W. Bush Attorney W. O. MeKinlay Health Ollicer C. It. Itell Marshal Win. Pearson Police Justice S. .1. White Council —S. K. lioweH, I*. F. Clark, J. A. Hood, Dave Kicth, L. J. Holts, .S. 15. I,inn, Alex. Young. l). S. Deputy Collector of Customs for the |>ort of Grays Harbor, D. G. Haight, Aberdeen. CIIKII AI.IS COI'HTY OFFICIALS. Auilitor Geo. W. Boyington Clerk J. E. Lyons Treasurer J.G. Lewis Shcritl' J. A. (iraliain Attorney. D. Schofield Assessor J. W. Bunn Coroner Win. Anstie Supt. of School* J. A. Ilutchcson Surveyor O. I*. Burrows Commissioners —Peter Autzen, J. O. Coy, J. (). Wilson. y c. cross, ATTORNEY AT I.AW. Will practice 111 State aud Federal Courts. Aiierdkkn, Wash. JJ£OGAN & McGKKRY, ATTORNEYS AND COTNESILORS. Offices over Aberdeen ltank. Abkhdkkn, - - • Washington. SOCIETIES. fK A *• & A * M.—Aberdeen Lodge, No. 52. Regular communica vjUv t...

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

Aberdeen Herald. Thursday, December 13, 189-1., ISSUED EVERY THURSDAY JAME- F. GIRTON. TEHM.* OF SfBSrHII'TION : One year ... 12.00 Six months l.uo Three mouths .50 A ivertisiim rates on application. Entered a* the po«toillre at Aberdeen, Wash., as second class mail matter. Xotk ♦< of V,irrVs. mama.<_•- <»r d< aths printed free. Correspou l<e desire ' from all parts of the c 1 mty. Sh »rt communications on topics of public" interest, wh« n accompanied by the name <«f the writer, will be inserted, the name prefvrraMy but not nec essarily f.»r publication. LEGISLATION OF CONGRESS. The legislation to be attempted during the present session of congress, as out lined by the Democratic steering commit tee, can not but meet the approval not only of the Democrats but of the whole country. In brief it is the Nicaragua canal, the new currency plan, the admis sion of New Mexico and Arizona, and the appropriation bills. It is generally conceded at Washington that all of these ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 13 December 1894

BRIEF MENTION. Try Doyle's Oysters. Kills' paradise at Crowtlier's. ( Jet your Christmas presents at Evan's store. i All«rt \V. Bush went up to Montesano estcrday. Fresh fruit always on hand at Rein- Dth Bros.' Tlie place for bahy shoes is at Jeff's; 1 sizes and color?. Fresh bread daily at Aberdeen Bakery. Diir loaves for 25 cents. Five and ten cent goods a specialty at rowther's Central Bazar. 11. L. Cook returned Monday evening om an over Sunday visit to the Sound. Auditor-elect Sackett has appointed \V. !. Hush, deputy, and T I, Knauss, chief erk. We publish the concluding portion of r. Bright's Thanksgiving sermon in this ■lie. A handsome line ot suitable Jhristmas presents may be found t Kaufman's. Great cut in stoves, Garland steel inges at Mrs. Stout's for |2.50. Also a lie of dolls, toys, etc. J. ,K. Iliner, of Ocosta, lost five young ogs recently from affectation of the lugs, similar to puoumonia. Mrs. Stout has a fine line of fancy Ishes and Japanese ware, which are intab...

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

THE lIUI«EHOLD. L .us ioc^ias r~ «*. AITYTH OF THEEHECE • C»i •E • : C 5 2 ~ £ * - 3 S H:w tie C c< Dwcri! & ?pr:-M Ha* :o All >" mcca—A L'fC'i Mirtu Lc:2>»r—M*swrfce» 0/ T*.ht T*p>»r« hc.d »t<t: ?crpra«. -as. :z. :li -t— wu tree «m xmstooaMdaad • - » " •— - a. ■ J J s. .- * ■_ • ». * - • i ~' > * "2*f ZL. lit . - . . - . — - - , 2 •-. . : t us ifl rtk IJSWy ?f : V.r , iziLi'i ;1- w;ih* tfca :- apUi » weil efcstbed and itoi i . -Jz ;usit<i -^r :■—' — -Tt> vviji ; i i ._.: i "— ~ ':•: r-iii ill ih-s n: —— :i . ..1:. SVoiff cisSe ;-: :i t±M f-1 i:: :--= ?o:r lirtl-: :-.- :: j: w.;ircJ s~» t. --.au-.T ii so c:li Aii r«:r? r sc?»rs z z." tk i ~Ti. '* * — •^~ v> •* - -lz» :-: f:•;c. tj. t 21? ill! ? H:C^r. 1. • £ it lie $■:•:<! f.-? hi. ti'-iii i>: tpidbli'i KJd—-?T*d Bi* IX -g ■—.»- t—rie :c* tr.z'LTi-'. s-ziz :■■:? S: ~ :ciif=r frr '>iv-irs S: — ilz - —i- : i\ li. will. I w-Jl li®?* r z-iirurv » — ~i v- •_ C'zrti* :tili -=-.11 ;-: iz 1 w.H tsM;: ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 20 December 1894

VOL. IX. OFFICIAL REGISTER lal!KKDi:i:n' city uovkiinmkxt. layor Clyde B. Weatherwax 'roasurer W. B. Mack llerk A. W. Push ittorne.v W. O. McKinlay iealth Officer C. It. Hell [arshal Win. l'earson olice Justico 8. .1. White ('ou'icil —S. K. Bowes, I'. F. Clark, .1. . Hood, Dave Kieth, L. J. Kolts, S. B. inn, Alex. Young. . S. Deputy Collector of Customs for le port ol Grays Harbor. D. G. llaight, bcrileeii. CHKIIAI.IS OOINTY OKKK't AI.S. Hkuditor . (ieo. W. Boyington J. E. Lyons treasurer J.G. Lewis ■jheritr J. A. Graham ■Attorney 1). Scholieid ■kssessor .J. W. Bunn Boroncr Win. Anstie fcupt. of Schools J. A. Ilutchcson Surveyor O. I*. Burrows Kommissioners—Peter Autzen, J. O. Coy, N. O. Wilson. ■r — — ■rj C. CROSS, ATTORNEY AT LAW. | Will practice in State nuil Federal Courts. Aiikroeen, Wash. j|s JOti AN* & McGKRRV, |Sr ATTORNEYS AND COUNESIi.ORS. |* Ofllccß over Aberdeen Bunk. AIIKIIDKKN, - - - WASHINGTON. SOCIKTIES. §«i A 4 F. it A. M.— Aberdeen Lodge, No. 52. Regular commun...

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

Aberdeen Herald. fhsrs i.;y. December to, 189*. EV.-UV ruvuiDAY J.VMES F c.irton. texx* or ?vr>vßirti» n Otic year j-v •tamosths. ; A l r« re c ir« ou ? a s y\ Advemrinc r«te« on.pplication: tu:<ro.s a: the • t .vurice:.. Wul., a< second c.*«s mi-:; matter. I - . . Sotiocs«f birth*. ttftKittMOf deaths printed ! <. deal n1 fr in all pans of of public interest, when ac ooi vvVoc name of the writer, will be inastlsd, tbt uatne pnlembljr bat not neceaaarily for publication. ZEAL WITHOUT JUDGMENT. Stnljr the Vide tic man mast have b oil sutTerinc a'.! -as: week from a seri ous attack of indigestion. and no: know in; how else to relieve himself turned loose on the Hera: p. We -ov.ccrely hoo ho nas L'tA'.rc.t re.:of. •> ■ . .1- wo are u. t At all offended At hit (StuioQ ioni gcod will have bm accomplished. The pri mAry cause c f .as out l urst was ah in no* cent little paragraph iu the Heralt which stated that it was not a business proposition to bu:'. i a saw mill a; Monte ...

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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 20 December 1894

BRIEF MENTION. Try Doyle' • Kid»' paradise m Crowther'*. Get your Christmas presents at Evan's drug store. Clias. Neeson was down from Montesa no Tuesday. Fresh fruit always on hand at Rein both Bros.' The place for baby shoes is at Jeff's; all sizes and colors. Fresh bread daily at Aberdeen Bakery. Four loaves for 25 cents. Five and ten cent goods a specialty at Crowther's Central Bazar. Mrs. C. B. Weatlierwax returned from San Francisco Tuesday evening. John Young went up to Montesano and the Wynoocho valfey Tuesday morning. Curtis Newton returned to his home at Oakvillo last Monday, cured of his insan ity. Ilev. Father Wolfgang, of Tacoma, stopped over night Tuesday to visit Father Deichman. A handsome line ot suitable Christmas presents may be found at Kaufman's. Marcus Nodine, erstwhile Mayor of Oeosta.has gone into the comission busi ness at Tacoma. Eight inches of snow has fallen around Axford, the heaviest fall on record for the season in that section. Great cut in stoves, G...

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