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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 2 May 1895

TO JOHN L. SLEEPER. Why do you cling ur.to life, nv brother? Why jlo y. .u cHiik ur.to lit,', 1 lay'; why do you weep when the yoke utMln of : i fr mrt :.r ono drop awayV \u k: t: :\vrM is a I.' u.-eof sorrow-, you know this world i;: a hosat of pin; : .i.it i :in i- theLfc ad a fruit of pleasure and will to ivi r, as it hath been. VU.y, then, ellng tin to lit., when over the blue, transpicuous rim afar Shineth til.- walls of the Wondrous City, where only bles.-ings and blisses are? Why do vou 1 at your hands with passion and storm the sky with your plea and prayer Whenever posses n stainless spirit forever out of your clii.-p and care? Ton say ho goes to a glad, brave kingdom, over a vague and voiceless sea, Where n* v.r a last goodby is spoken and never and neve r a grave shall be, And where from rapture to perfect rapture, with crown and lyre, he soars and sings, The chrism of Christ upon his forehead, the glory of God upon his wings. If I thought as you think, my brother, if I b...

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 May 1895

VOL. «• OFFICIAL I!KtilSTKll \iu:KDKKN I'ITV <JO\ KKNMKNT. L i Jumes A. Hood W. 1!. Mack Pf." \.\V. Bush ?fiy v ' W. O. MeKinlay Health Oflicer -C- K. Bell Stihii ,olin stcen KjU» , White rouicil— >- K- Howes, 1.. .1. (-arman, i < (iiinn. N- Ivaufman, L. .1. Kolts, i'li Tanner, Ales. Youns. fs' Deputy Collector of I ustonis for Export oi Uravs Harbor, refer Autzen, AberJw' 1 - CUEIIAMM COI'NTY OFFU'I AI.S. Auditor C. E ttackett '. vo, ? s Treasurer Sheriff V n W am Attorney 'dges Swor • barren ?„ n( , r ( . A. Heardsley Imt.of Schools I- A. lluteheson joivevor !'• Burrows. Knmissioners— Win. Anstie, J.O. Coy, j. I), Kirkaldie. SOCIETIES. « 4 F. it A. M.— Aberdeen l.odge, A At No.Regular communica 'lons "11 tlu' Second mid Fourth VJ\ Tuesday "f each month nt 7:110 p.m. it' Visiting brothers cordially Invited. By order of K. 10. Katon, W. M. It, J. Kolts. Eec. IBSDEEX I.OI>I;K N<». :u, A. O. I'. W. A Meets in A. O. t'. W. Hall Friday evening rtchweek, at7:!W o'clock. So...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 9 May 1895

Aberdeen Herald. i ; nu -(l. k v. M.n «.t. -T i«* - -- n Mr-JTm kv:::.v r:i JA-'. - F .N. o'.. \.;r t; 1,1 Si \ i .. T::r v . /... Utt !m ; Aberdeen, Wash., of public interest, when accompanied bythe U:l!lU' "t • . V. • :-.••• •. preferratiy but not necessarily {or publication. Official Paper ct the City cf Aberdeen. THE KEMEDV. Politicians an 1 t» litical economics are vexing themselves to find a - . ition oi the currency problem v.Kith is now up permost in the minds of the peopie. Various expo 5 tents have been suggested to satisfy the demands ci the tree silver advocates, even to the manufacture of a c.-mpoj-ite dr'.lar made of both goM and silver. This proposition evidently has tiie right i lea back it. that is insuring the coinage of a certain proportion f both metals. Experience has shown that a certain proportion of both gold and silver coin is advantageous to any country, and that when such proportions exist there is less fluctuation and disturbance of values We propose a re...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 9 May 1895

Spill - Sis! 01< ■ SB at j .4 N. C. KAUFMAN'S. gE will CLOSE OUT a lot of Fine Shoes for Ladies ™ Misses IN SIZES L 1 y 2 , 2, 2#, 3, and 3y l% AT $2.22 1 PAIR. Regular Price $4.50 to $6 JHESE SHOES are hand sewed and of the very Finest Material. Cet a Pair. N. G. KAUFMAN. UN FED •••MEATS JAMES BARRETT, HERON STRKKT, ABERDEEN, - - . WASH. .BUY • YOU. (jgIOCEKI Kg MR AND FEED —OF E. H. TANNER. Cheapest Place in Town, Fruits nnd Vegetables always on hand. A Piano Guarantee. The high reputation of the ' ln g Piano is a guarantee of its jjalitjr, yet we wish every pur ser to be entirely satisfied, ' e send it on trial, no matter ere you live—even to Wash- S'ton or Montana. If not tased, send it back. We pay freights. No advance or deposit of any kind is Quired from you. The Wing , ano is noted bv musicians lor ! wonderfully pure mellow tone, perfect "action" and endur sweetness, in spite of wear i. " ni e. Though a brillant .vi-grade instrument, the price surprisingly moderate. You 1...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 9 May 1895

TEXAS IIOOI'SNAKES. ! THEY HAVE HOOKS AND HOLES IN THEIR LIPS ANi,- LIKE FUN. With a l int' Scntu' of llumor Thoy Play Jolccm on Ti'mH'rfcet anil Women—Go phors ami liull«nake-s Create Lively Situ aliens I\>r the Iloopers. "The hoopsnake of Texas is as inter esting a reptile as you can find any where, "said a former resident of tho Lone Star Stato. "It is unliko any hoop snake I over saw in tho east and a good deal livelier. Under its lower jaw thero is a lip, with a hole in it, and on tho end of its tail thero is a hornliko hook that curves upward. Whonovor tho snako takes a notion to roll, it throws its tail over its snout, hooks into tho lip, and goes spinning away over tho grass as merrily as you please. "Tho snako can get over tho ground pretty fast by crawling, but it seems to tako great pleasuro in rolling. Tho un der part of its body is bright red, and you can seo tho snako quite a distance when it's rolling. Some say the horn is hollow and rapablo of ejecting poison, but...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 16 May 1895

VOL. L\. OKi'lt 1 \l. 11 KG IST Kit ajsi:ki>ki:n city covkknmkxt. Mayor James A. Ilood Treasurer W. 11. Mack Clerk W. Bush Attorney W. O. McKinlay Health Oflicer C. U. Hell Marshal f ohn Steen l'oliee Justice .S. J. White t'oii'icil—>. K. Howes, H. J. Garman, J. S. (iunti, N. <>. Kaufman, L. J. Kolts, E, H. Tanner. Alex. Young. I'. S. Deputy Collector of Customs for the port of Grays Harbor, Peter Autzen, Aberdeen. CHKIIAI.tS »'(ll NTY OFFICIALS. Auditor C. E. Saekett Clerk J- K. Lyons Treasurer I.G. l,ewis Sheriff A. Graham Attorney LB. Bridges Assessor Seth Wart en Coroner C. A. Heardsley Supt. of Schools J. A. llutchcson Surveyor O. P. Burrows Commissioners —Win. Anstie, J. O. Coy, J. 1). Kirkaldie. SOCIKTIES. a A F. & A. M.— Aberdeen Lodge, _/\>v No. vj. Kegular coinmunicn tions the Second and Fourth fx/\ Tuesday of each mouth nt 7:80 p. nt. ' Y > Visiting brothers cordially invited. Bv order of K. E. Eaton, W. M. L J. Kolts, See. Aberdeen loik;e no. si, a....

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 16 May 1895

Aberdeen Herald. Thursday, May lti, 1895. ISSUED EVERY THURSDAY BY JAMES F. GIRTON. TEKMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: One year ... 12.00 Six months 1100 Throe months . ... .... .50 Advertising rates on application. Kntered at the postollice at Aberdeen, Wash., as second class mail matter. Notices of Mrths, marriages or deaths printed free. Correspondence desired from all parts of the conntv. 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. Oliicial Paper cf the City of Aberdeen. THE ESPRIT DU CORPS OF AB ERDEEN. There are always some chronic grumb lers who continually kick about the place that is burdened with their presence. Such people deserve transportation to some "Crusoe island," there to be allowed to kick—themselves. Such gentry have no cxcusc for their tiresome mouthings in our fair city. The long, stroug, all-together pull which eventuated in banging the iron-horse...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 16 May 1895

Itiiil - Sale! f OF- I SIDES AT n rsr ; I 8 1 s- i 9 E%>" i 4 ■■■ I •**.»;.. ! I K Ijjfe 1 V L KAUFMAN'S. Ig will CLOSE OUT a ■it of Fine Shoes for lies™ Misses I IN SIZES L, 2, 2)U 3, and 3tf, 12.22 A PAIR. Iplar Price $4.50 to $6 ■ESE SHOES are hand lewed and of the very let a Pair. I IG. KAUFMAN. I FED -MEATS JAMES BARRETT, HERON' STREET, I'fK, - - - WASH. BUY YOUJ^ ROCEKIKg MIR AND FEED —OF H. TANNER. •PWt Place in Town, 'Me Fruits and Vegetables Ways on hand. 'iano Guarantee. high reputation of the "ano is a guarantee of its f< yet we wish every pur tobe entirely satisfied. : 'it on trial, no matter live-even to Wasli a,or Montana. If not *vend it back. We pay eights. No advance or deposit of any kind is «from 'you. The Wing 'Snoted by musicians ior 'Awfully pi;re mellow tone, ect "action" and endur eetness, in spite of wear IBle - Though a brillant fade instrument, the price Pnsitigly moderate. You n derstand this better—and 5 and all pianos better—by ?°urbook ot informa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 16 May 1895

"HE \YA S HARDTOBEAT A SLY OLD WOODCHUCK AND HIS PERSISTENT ENEVY. A I.ong Island I armer Relates Ilia Experi ence With a ChrfMt That Bad Become Very Mtart Through Close Touch With Civilization. ".-peukin of woodchucks," said an Did Long Island farmer tho other day, "reminds me of some curious incidents with 'tin. 'Tvarn't more'n 50 years ago when th- v was thick as flies on this i=land, an we ate them instead of rab bits an made mnffiers and mittens out of their skins. They was mighty warm, too, those old woodchuck mittens an When a man wanted a big fel low, lie only had to walk down into tho nearest field an take his pick out of two or three. They was so plentiful that it was no trouble to kill 'c-m. But they have been killed off now so that there ain't many mere roun. Onct in awhile a big fellow brings up a litter into the lower clover lot an we havo to root 'em out. "Ever hunt woodchucks? Waal, it ain't much if they be young ones. If you wait long enough, you'll catch them runni...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 23 May 1895

I r ll OFFICIAL ISKiSISTKK JBEKHKEX CITY (ii.Vl UNMK.NT. lames A. llood I'M W. H. Mack •f re W. Bush P"' . ~\V. <>. McKlnlav ::::::::.iohn { s,oo!! |£SK.no fliunn, N- Kunfinan, I- Kolts, H.Tanner, Alex. \ oung. " Deputy Collector of ( ustonis for ( prtof Oraye Harbor, l'etor Autzen, jpleeii. CHBHAUS COI'NTY OFFICIALS. rfitor C ", E-Saekctt JT J. h. Lyons Lrer.. '•!}. Lewis S I. A. (iraluim I." T. li. Bridges Z, V Soth Warren r ' (A. Heardsley 1 nfSchools I. A. Ilutchesoii O. 1\ Burrows (Bissionerf —Win. Anutic, J. O. Coy, p.KirkaJdie. SOCIKTIKS. « i F. AA. M.— Aberdeen I.odne, L A. No.Keiuilar communica lions on the Second and Fourth A Tues'litv of each month at 7:liU p. in. Y \ Yisltink brothers cordially Invited. By order of K. K. Hilton, W. M. j.Kolf. Sec. mEEX LODGE Nt>. SI, A. O. V. W. |«isiu A. O. I'. W. Hull Friday evening rtweek,at7:3o o'clock. Sojourning broth ■ecordially invited to attend. (.f. Shelley, Rec. s. K. Ucwes. M. W. IRDEEN LODGE NO. IT'. I. O. (i. T. iM...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 23 May 1895

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 23 May 1895

Spill - Sale! OF M SHOES AT II ' ' ' '**• Lflf -fk St**. fated. I 11. C. KAUFMAN'S. |E will CLOSE OUT a lot of Fine Shoes for ladies m Misses IN SIZES 1. V/i, 2, 2/, 3, and 3' ~ $2.22 1 PAIR. Regular Price $4.50 to $6 THESE SHOES are hand sewed and of the very- Finest Material. Cet a Pair. N. G. KAUFMAN. IN FED •■■■MEATS JAMES BARRETT. HERON STRKICT, ABERDEEN, - - . WASH. iBUY YOUi s tjftOCKKl Kg FLOUR AND FEED OF E. H. TANNER. Cheapest Place in Town. tenable Fruits and Vegetables ALWAYS ON HAND. A Piano Guarantee. The high reputation of the " ,n g Piano is a guarantee of its pity, yet we wish every pur aaser to be entirely satisfied, "'send it on trial, 110 matter 'We you live—even to Wasli or Montana. If not tosed, send it back. We pay freights. No advance or deposit of any kind is Quired from you. The Wing f* a no is noted by musicians tor jtswonderfully pure mellow tone, perfect ''action" and endur ln? sweetness, in spite of wear j™ time. Though a brillant "'Sn-grade instrument,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 23 May 1895

WESLEY'S BOjfAKCE. THE SWEET, SAD LOVE STORY OP THE GREAT PREACHER. The i-truggle Hit wren Ills Affection For Sophia ( anstou and What lie Believed to Be His lteligious Duty—Partisan* of Each Side Took Active Parts. It was at tho house of Governor Ogle tborpo in tho early days of •leorgia, says a writer iu tho Boston Herald. In tho evening Sophia Canstou was there, and tiie general had her sing for them some old love songs of England and Scotland, and snatches from tho operas of London. She danced, too, and recited, and completely overwhelmed tho pious youth with her beauty and accomplishments. That night, under tho palmetto trees near the governor's house, with tho dark eyed, handsomo girl besido him, and with her entrancing voico in his ears, with tho Cypress wino and Grimaldi's decoction hot in his blood, John Wesley became awaro that ho loved her. Tho revelation was a shock to him, for ho had been preaching celibacy since ho was a small boy. Ho had felt him self wedded to tho ch...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 30 May 1895

VOL lA. OFFICIAL REGISTER Aiii:iii)i:i:s cirv (uivkhnment. Mayor James A. llootl Treasurer W. 15. Mack Clerk A. W. Husli Attorney W. O. McKinlay Health Officer C. H. Bell Marshal .lohn Steen Police Justice S. J. White Council—S. K. Bowes, Is. J. Garman, J. S. (Sunn, N. G. Kaufman, L. J. Kolts, E. 11. Tanner, Alex. Young. U. S. Deputy Collector of Customs for the port of (iravs Harbor, Peter Autzen, Aberdeen. CIIKIIAI.IS COUNTY OFFICIALS. Auditor C. E. Sackett Clerk J. E. I.yons Treasurer J.G. Lewis Sherill I. A. Graham Attorney J. 15. Bridges Assessor Seth Warien Coroner C. A. Beardsley Supt. of Schools J. A. Ilutcliesoh Surveyor O. I*. Burrows Commissioners —Win. Anglic, J. O. Cov. J. L». Kirkaldie. SOCIETIES. 4 F. & A. M.— Aberdeen Lodge, _ -x No. f>2. Regular comniunica tious Oil the Second and Fourth /V/\ Tuesday of.each mouth at 7:30 p. 111. ' • Visiting brothers cordially Invited. IS.v order of E. E. Eaton, \V. M. L. J. Kolts, Sec. - ABERDEEN LODGE NO. :u, A. O. V. W. M...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 30 May 1895

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 30 May 1895

grain fed.,... ....MEATS JAMES BARRETT. HKUON HTKKKT, ABERPKKN, - - - WASH. cBUY YOUi» (ZKOCKIII Kg FLOUR AND FEED OF E. 11. TANNER. Cheapest Place in Town, Seasouablc Fruits mid Vegetables ALWAYS ON HAND. FRANK WEATHERWAX & CO., Aukkdken*, Wasii. Tanners and Taxadermists. Skills for Sailed to Order HAVE NOW FOR SALE Fine Fur Rugs. Stuffed Birds, Antlers, Etc. CHOICE GREBE SKINS, FOR HATS Mail Orders Solicited. WANTED, TO BUY, DEER SKINS, WILD CAT SKINS, BEAR SKINS, Suitable for Rugs. A Piano Guarantee. The high reputation of the Wing Piano is a guarantee of its quality, yet we wish every pur chaser to be entirely satisfied. We send it 011 trial, no matter where you !ive--even to Wash ington or Montana. If not pleased, send it back. We pay both freights. No advance freight or deposit of any kind is required from you. The Wing Piano is noted by musicians for its wonderfully pure mellow tone, its perfect ''action" and endur ing sweetness, in spite of wear and time. Though a brilla...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 30 May 1895

THE PARIS BOULEVARDS. A Kaleidoscopic View of I.ifo to Be Fotind Nowhere Else. 'a 110 other streets in tho wido world eau ono s; u such varied types as on tho f • :! boulevards of Paris. Why, a trip through them, on top of an omnibus, from tho Bastillo to tho Madeleine— anil it takes perhaps an hour—will givo yon a kaleidoscopic view of life to bo found nowhere else. At tho Bastille, tho Boulevard des filles du Calvairo and du Temple, you meet tho laboring classes, en Sundays in their "bestest best" and on weekdays in whito blouses and cotton jackets. Beyond tho Place do la Republiquo tho picturo changes. Here are tho littlo merchants and shopkeepers and somo largo ones too. Farther on, up near Ruo Vivienne, new blood enters this great artery of Paris—it is tinged with a golden sheen, for wo are in the heart of tho exchanges, among brokers and conlissiers—ayo, among just such types as Zola drow from for his book entitled "Money." Now tho shops aro becoming more gay and beautiful, th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 6 June 1895

VOL. IX OFFICIAL KKGISTEtt AIIKRDKKN l I I V tiOVKKNMKNT. Mayor A. Ilood Treasurer y • I»• Alack r|.> r J{ . IHlsll Attorney W. O. McKinlay jiealili Officer C . K. 15ell Marshal John Steen Polii'O Justice S. ,1. White Council —S. K. Howes, 1!. J. Uarinan, J S. Gunn, N. G. Kaufman, L. J. Kolts, j, H. Tanner, Alex. Young. C, S. Deputy Collector of Customs for the port of Grays Harbor, Peter Autzen, Aberdeen. CIIEIIAI.IS col NTV OFFICIALS. Auditor c. E. Sackett Clerk '• E. Lyons Treasurer G. Lewis Sheriff A. Graham Attorney J- B. Bridges Assessor Soth AVarren Coroner C. A. Beaidsley Sapt. of Schools J. A. Ilutcheson Surveyor O. P. Burrows Commissioners —Win. Anutic, J. O. Coy, j. l). Kirkaldie. SOCIETIES. a 4 F, A A. M.— Aberdeen Lodge, So. f>2. Regular cominuniea- Vay tions 011 the Second and Fourth Jy/\ Tuesday of each mouth at 7:30 p.m. ' Y * Visiting brothers cordially invited. By order of E. E. Eaton, \V. M. L J. Kolts, Sec. IBERDEEN LODGE NO. HI. A. O. IT.l T . W. A Meets I...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 6 June 1895

Am i tleeii I'liursdsiy, June 6, 1895. 1.-si'Ki) KVKUY THURSDAY —BY JAM ICS F. tiiKTON. TKRMS OF SUBSCRIPTION*. One year $'2.00 Six months . 1.00 Three months 50 Advertising rates on application. Kntered at the postofllce at Aberdeen, Wash., ns second class mail matter. Notices of births, marriages or deaths printed free. Correspondence desired from ttll purls of the county. Short cominutilciitions on topics of public interest, when accompanied by the name of the writer, wilt be inserted, the name prefcmibiy but not necessarily for publication. Otticial Paper cf the City of Aberdeen. ADVERTISING ABERDEEN. A good method is being adopted by the Business Men's Protective Association, of this city, for the purpose of drawing the trade of the county to Aberdeen. It is in the form of a circular, or supple ment, containing some twelve pages, which will be filled with the prices at which all kinds of merchandise can be purchased in Aberdeen; advertisements of Aberdeen business houses, and s...

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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 6 June 1895

CHAIN FED MEATS —1^2%- — JAMES BARRETT, iIKUON STREET, ABERDEEN, - - . WASH. <t£BUY * YOU^T) fIKOCKBIEft FLOUR AND FEED OF E. H. TANNER. Cheapest Place in Town, Seasonable Fruits and Vegetables ALWAYS ON HAND. FRII IYEATHERWAX & CO., Aberdeen, Wash. Tanners and Taxadermists Skills for IJugs Sailed to Order HAVE NOW FOR SALE Fine Fur Rugs, Stuffed Birds, Antlers, Etc. CHOICE GREBE SKINS, FOR HATS Mail Orders Solicited. WANTED, TO BUY, DEER SKINS, WILD CAT SKINS, BEAR SKINS, Suitable for Rubs. A Piano Guarantee. The high reputation of the Wing Piano is a guarantee of its quality, yet we wish every pur chaser to be entirely satisfied. We send it on trial, 110 matter where you live—even to Wash ington or Montana. If not pleased, send it back. We pay both freights. No advance freight or deposit of any kind is required from you. The Wing Piano is noted by musicians tor its wonderfully pure mellow tone, its perfect ''action" and endur ing sweetness, in spite of wear *nd time. Though...

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