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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 15 August 1895

OUR ANNUAL= — _rzrllAO BEGUN MANY GOODS GO NOW AT HALF THEIR VALUE. Ladies' High Tan Lace and Congress, $3.00 " Low " " " 1.25 " Tan Sandal 1.25 SPtCIAL NFFEI Oil ill 0011 TON GOODS-MUST BE CLOSED 001 REMEMBEE—At this Sale you get a Discount ou everything in my store for 30 Days. JEFF, THE SHOEMAN ABERDEEN, "^.^WASW SOCIETY. I looked and saw a splendid pageantry Of beautiful women and < rf lordly men Taking their pleasure in a flowery plain Where popples and the red anemone And many another leaf of cramoisy Flickered about their feet and gave their stain To heels of Iron or satin, and the grain Of silken garments floating far and free As in the daaea they wove themselves or strayed By twos together or lightly smiled and bowed Or courtsled to each other or else played At games of mirth and pastime, unafraid la their delight, and all so high and proud They seemed scaroe of the earth whereon they trod. I looked amla u?d saw that flowery spaoe Statist, as It alive, beneath the tread ...

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 August 1895

VOL. IX. OFFICIAL REGISTER ABERDEEN CITY GOVERNMENT. u. vnr Jair.es A. Hood &r W. B. Mack oi Ar k A. W. Bush Attorney W- »■ McKinlay Health Officer C. R. Bell i Hmhal To,,n Bte «n Police Justice S. J. White Council—B. J. Garman, J. S. Gunn, K. 6. Kaufman, L. J. Kolts, E. H. Tan ner, C. 8- Weather wax, Alex. Young. 0 8. Deputy Collector of Customs for the port of Grays Harbor, Teter Ant/en, Aberdeen. CIIEIIAUK COUNTY OFFICIALS. Aaditor C. E. Sackett Clerk K - Lyons TieMtirer... J. G. Lewis Sheriff J. A. Graham Attorney J. B. Bridges Anessor Setli Warien Coroner C. A. Beardsley Sapt. of Schools J. A. Hutchesoii Surveyor O. P. Burrows Commissioners—Wm. Anstie, J. O. Coy, J. D. Kirkaldie. SOCIETIES. a i F. & A. M.—Aberdeen Lodge, • No. 52. Regular communion- TOV tions ou the Second ami Fourth i Tuesday of each month at 7:30 p. m. ; ' Y ' Visiting brothers cordially Invited. By order of £. K. Katou, W. M. [ UJ. KolU. Sec. A' BKEDEEN LODGE NO. 31, A. O. 17. W. Meets In A. O. U. W....

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 22 August 1895

Aberdeen Herald. Thursday, August 22, 1895. ISSUED EVERY THURSDAY BY JAMES F. GIRTON. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: One year $2.00 Six mouths 1.00 Three mouths SO Advertising rates ou application. Entered at the postofflce at Abcrdoen, 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 name preferrably but not necessarily for publication. Offioial Paper of the City of Aberdeen. THAT OPINION. If the opinion rendered by the prosecu ting attorney on the bonding question is a correct interpretation of the law, then we have another specimen of the result of that brilliant assemblage of Republicans, the last legislature. If it is correct it may be good law, but it certainly is not good sense. That an individual, or a county which is a collection of individuals, can not pay out money on hand ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 22 August 1895

WASHINGTON TRANSFER CO. L. E. PAINE, Puoi'u. jjjL kinds of jrity and Draying Done on short notice. ieare orders at Malcy's Cigar Store j C. CROSS, J* ATTORNEY AT LAW. Will practioc lu State and Federal Courts. Abkrdkkn, Wash. t iBUY * YOUi ffIKOCKKIKg FLOUR AND FEED OF L. H. TANNER. Cheapest Place in Town. taxable Fruits and Vegetables ALWAYS ON HAND. ■ City Express, B| H. E. VARING, Propr. !° Express, 1 Draying AND Hauling ( tone Promptly and at EASONABLE - KATES. W.L.Douclas 5.1 CIIAF IS THE BEST. Ili OFIvL NT FOR A KINS. CORDOVAN) Mp fTCNCH & ENAMELLED CALF. ■k. i ■ iiKHSP FINECALf&KANGAROa ■MjffM $3.49 POLICE,3 SOLES. BOYS'SCHOOISHOEI LADIES' •■KSSyBSB'SESa. ■ mWW BROCKTON^MASS. OwtOm Million People wear the f.L. Douglas $3 & $4 Shoes II wr ihoes are equally satisfactory nWj (fr< ths bat value lor the money. liWt 14Ml custom (hoe* In style and fit. Dm vmm lag qualities are unsurpassed. PJ*aan uniform,—stamped on sola, fjati ta I j saved over other makes. 1110«r de...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 22 August 1895

THE RUSSIAN KNOUT. A BRUTAL PUNISHMENT INFLICTED IN THE CZAR'S DOMAIN. Claim That Its l*ie In Some Keipccto Has Been Abolished—The Use of the Cruel Instrument Described by a Political Exile Who Has Suffered In Siberia. Ono never knows for certain how much of the knout is left in modern Russia. The telegraph wire still at times carries the horrid whiz of it from re mote Siberia, and only the other day I saw mention in news from St Peters burg of a new imperial ukase, "abolish ing the uso of the knout for the punish ment of offenses committed by the peas antry, which has hitherto been complete ly at the mercy of the local judges in this respect." I was under UlO impres sion that tho "local judges" had been deprived of their knout for 20 years or more, but tho sender of this message adds that "statistics were submitted to tho csar, showing that in ten years 3,000 persons, mostly guilty of thefts of prod uce, had died after punishment with the knont" Granted tho infliction of tho knont,...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 29 August 1895

VOL. IX. OFFICIAL REGISTER aberpekn city government. u „ v „ r Jair.es A. Howl Treasurer W. B. Mack K A. VV. Hush Attorney W. O. McKinlay ffhV-er .C RB.fi Marshal. •• J ol ,'\S t ,T Police Justice ■ s - •' • White fmincil—B. J. Gar man, J. S. Gunn, V G Kaufman. L. J. Kolts, E. 11. Tail or C. S- Weatherwax, Alex. Young, n s Deputy Collector of Customs for the port ol Grays Harbor, I'etcr Antzen, Aberdeen. CIIEHALIS COI'NTY OFFICIALS. Auditor C. E. Sackett J. h. Lyons insurer... J. Ci. Ia; wis J. A. Graham Attorney J- B- Bridges Aigeuor Wanen Coroner O. A. Beardsley soot, of Schools J. A. Hutclieson Surveyor O. P. Burrows Commissioners— Wm. Anatie, J.O. Coy, J. 1). Kirkaldie. SOCIETIES. a » K. A A. M.— Aberdeen Lodge, j\ A« No. 52. Regular commuulca- Vgy tlons on the Second and Fourth IwA Tuesday of each mouth at 7:30 p.m. / Y ' Visiting brothers cordially invited. By order of G. G. Gatou, W. M. U J. Kolts. Sec. A'pmnEKX LODGE NO. 31. A. O. U. W. Meets lu A. O. U. W. Hall Friday eveui...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 29 August 1895

Aberdeen Herald. Thursday, August 29, 181)5. ISSUED EVERY THURSDAY BY JAMES F. GIRTON. TERMS OF SI'BSCRIFTIOS: One year $-2 00 six months Three mouths .50 Advertising rates on application. Kntereil at the post.>lll™ at Aberdeen. Wash., as second class mail matter. Notices of liirtlis, 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 ncc"««arily for publication. Otticial Paper of the City of Aberdeen. WORK FOR ABERDEEN. While the wave of returning prosperity has reached Aberdeen, and her indus tries are in a healthy, flourishing condi tion, yet there is work, continuous, steady work to be done by everyone who is in terested in the building of a city of im portance at Aberdeen. The time to work is now, toda> and every other day, and the thing to work on is every proposition that presents itself which w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 29 August 1895

Can jf a y Jispence with some of the tilings formerly dear to tlic feminine heart, but LffS. ows, and [DINES w not in the list, and for these, fe i| as other table delicacies, a n kinds groceries and provis ions, they go to H. TANNER. UpMt Place in Town, CFrnits and Vegetables AYS on hand. active Meat should rbe agreeable to tl>c taste and tot it bhould also be cut so as to ictive to the eye. My steak is irefully selected by nie, aud is ind juicy, and as good to look at ister hat. is ARE ALSO ATTI!ACTIVE. MES BARRETT, HERON STREET, IEEN, • • • WASH. imer linery Latest styles and low st prices. Handsome Ine of flowers and rib mis. V GOODS Constantly arriving. 8. A. E. BAREONE ABERDEEN, WASH. SHINGTON TRANSFEK CO. L. E. PAINE, PROPR. iLL KINDS OF Id§ and Draying Done on short notice. •rters at Maley's Cigar Store iy Express, H. E. VARING, Propr. press, Draying* and Hauling • Promptly and at SONABLE - KATES. [LDouclas UCUAC ISTHCMST. fLvfIUL PIT FOR A KIN®. cordovan; ■ Ik HUNCH ACNA...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 29 August 1895

ATKINSON'S PLAN. HOW HE WOULD PAY OUTSTANDING NOTES AND CERTIFICATES. The Official Treasury Statement Is Not t True One—Silver Bullion Given Its Cola Value—No Deduction Made For Claims Against the Government. Tho following statement has been pre pared by Mr. Edward Atkinson. In hit opinion tho official statement, issued monthly, in not now and has not for 80 years been a true one, in that it inoludea as assets silver bnllion at its cost prioe, when, in fact, it is worth only about two-thirds of this amount. It also makes uo deduction for notes outstanding which nro claims against tho government treas ury; TRITE STATEMENT OP THE Bonds bearing Interest—mostly war debt... Bonds on which Interest has ceased Duo for redemption of bank notes on which surrendered Old demand notes not legal tender of 1801-3! Fractional currency of the war issue not yet ably mostly lost) United States notes (greenbacks) Current nubilities Incurred In the condua mcnt, disbursing officers' balances, etc.. Gros...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 5 September 1895

Ivoi- IX. OFFICIAL HKGISTF.It ABERDEBS CITY (lOVKKNMKKT. l fiiir.es A. Hood W. B. Mack Jf a " r A. W. Bush K!LV W. (>. McKinlay febfflcer .0. K. Bell Lhal .lohnSteen fee Justice >. J. White Coimcil-1!. J barman, J. X a Kaufman, L. .1. Kolts, h. 11. lan iir C. S. Weatherwax, Alex. Young. B!j Deputy Collector of Customs for Oporto! Grays Harbor. Peter Autzen, Aberdeen. CUKHAI.tS COI'NTY OKKICIAI.S. Aoditor C.ESackett Clerk '• ;• <> "'! s Etiarer i^wis DLprfff Graham Ittorney ' J; B. Bridges lasessor setii \\ arien iwner t". A. Beardsley tot. of Schools J. A. llutcheson G. I'. Burrows jommissioners—Wm. Anstie, J.O. Coy, J. D. Kirkuklie. SOCIETIES. a i F. it A. M. — Aberdeen Lodge, At So. 5'2. Regular communicii fcy tlons 011 the Second iiml Fourth ffA. Tuesday of eticli mouth at 7:30 p. 111. 'Y > Visiting brothers cordially invited. By order of E. E. Eaton, W. M. It J. Kola. Bee. IBERDEEX LODGE NO. 31, A. O. U. W. ft Meets iu A. O. C. W. Hall Friday evening ifeifh week, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 5 September 1895

Aberdeen Herald. Thursday, September 5, lU«JS. ISSUED EVERY THURSDAY BY JAMES E. GIRTON. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: One year £>.00 Six months 1.00 Three moutMs ... \ .60 Advertising rates 011 application. Entered lit the postofllce at Aberdeen, Wash., ns second class mail matter. Notices of births, marriages or deaths printed free. Correspondence desired from all piirts of the comity. Short communications on topics of public interest, when accompanied by the name of the writer, will be inserted, the name preferrably bnt not necessarily for publication. Oliicial Paper of the City of Aberdeen. PEERLESS CHEHALIS COUNTY. Chchalis county's indebtednes is the subject of an editorial leader in Monday's Post-Intelligencer. Whether the object of the editorial is to make a detrimental showing of Chchalis county, ridicule the opinion, or fill tip space, we cannot de termine, We wish to assure the Post- Intelligencer that, notwithstanding the absurd opinion of the prosecuting attorney Chelialis ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 5 September 1895

Lao Jispence with some of the things formerly dear to the feminine heart, but iNS, IONS, and RDINES not in the list, and lor these, 0 well as other table delicacies, w ,l;ill kinds groceries and provis ions, they g<> t<> H. TANNER. „pest Place in Town. riable Fruits and Vegetables always on hand. hive Meat should )y bo agreeable to the taste anil (ml it should also he cut so as to jictive to the eye. My steak js tarefully selected by me, and is rind juicy, and as good to look at Easter hat. tIS A«E ALSO ATTRACTIVE. AMES BARRETT, HERON STREET, IDEEN, - - • WASH. inmer llinery Latest styles and low est prices. Handsome line of flowers and rib bons. W GOODS Constantly arriving. 8. A. E. BARRONE ABERDEEN, WASH. 18HINGT0N ' TRANSFER €0. L. E. PAINE, I'roi'R. ALL KINDS OF ■ling and Draying Done on short notice. iite at Maley's Cigar Store ty Express, 11. E. VAUING, Propr. tpress, Draying AND Hauling Promptly and at ISONABLE - RATES. I FA ; .DOUCLAS m M CIIAC IS THE BEST. ivanu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 5 September 1895

LA BELLE DAME SANS MERCI. My love is young, my love la fair, Sweet, true and mniable is she, With turkis eyes and topaz hair— Alas, my love is lost to me! Fit r no crusades nor cranks confound, Nor Ibsenitish problems vex; She has no theories to propound— I've never heard her mention sex. She doosn't smile on risque mots; Uor taste in dress is quite divino; She's half an angel, goodness knows, But, ah, sho never can be mine. I knew she painted tambourines And pickle Jars and copper bells, With flowers and storks and river scenes And moonlight views on scallop shells. She's painted photo frames galore- Wood, velvet, ivorinc and brass; She paints the panels of the door; She has not spared the looking glass. Tho plush framed phiques upon her wall. Her limp art muslins everywhere, Tho floral drain pipe in her hall— They know the pangs I've had to bear. And now* tho Rubicon is passed, The great abyss between us set, The final blow has fall'n at last— I'vo said goodby to Amorot. Goodby to...

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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 12 September 1895

VOL. IX. OFFICIAL KEGISTEU ABEItDHKN CITY (lOVKUNMKNT. Mayor Lin.es A. Hood Treasurer VV. B. Mack Clerk • .A W. Hush Attorney W. O. McKinlay Health Officer C. H. Hell Marshal John Steen Police Justice S. J. White Council—B. J. Gorman, J. S. Qunn, jj. Q. Kaufman, L.J. Kolts, E. 11. Tan ner C. S. Weatherwax, Alex. Young. U. S. Deputy Collector of Customs fot the port of Grays Harbor, l'eter Autzcn, Aberdeen. CIIBIIAI.IS COUNTY OFFICIALS. Auditor C. E. Sackctt Clerk J- E. Lyons Treasurer... J. G. Lewis Sheriff J- A. Grahatn Attorney J. B. Bridges Assessor Setli Warien Coroner C. A. Beardsley Supt. of Schools J. A. ITutcheson Surveyor O. P. Burrows Commissioners—Win. Anstie, J.O. Coy, J. I). Kirkaldie. SOCIETIES. a A K. Si A. M.—Aberdeen Lodge, J\« A# So. Kegular commuuica -lUIV tious on tlie Second mid Fourth Tuesday of each month nt 7:30 n. m. ' Y Visiting brothers cordially invited. By order of E. E. Eaton, W. M. L. J. Kelts, Sec. Aberdeen lodge no. si, a. o. u. w. Meet* in A. O. I'....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 12 September 1895

Aberdeen Herald. Thursday, September 12, 11595. ISSUED EVERY THURSDAY BY JAMES F. UIRTOX. TEItMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: One year 12.00 Mix mouths 1.00 Three months .50 Advertising rates 011 application. Entered at the postofllce at Aberdeen, Wash., as second class mail matter. Notices of births, marriages or deaths printed free. Correspondence desired from ail parts of the comity. Short communications on topics of public interest, wheu accompanied by the name of the writer, will be inserted, the name prcferrably but not necessarily for publication. Official Paper of the City of Aberdeen. If Mr. Merritt Woods would take the llkrai.d's reference to his personal affairs as a suppositious case, as was stated, and then imagine with all the strength of his imagination that his affairs were in the same condition as those of the county, he would be able to see the advantage of placing this indebtedness 111 a form that would be easier to carry, and that could therefore be the sooner paid. The Hek ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 12 September 1895

Hie ir —® toman May dispence with somo of the things formerly dear to the feminine heart, but g£ANS, ONIONS, and sardines «re not in the list, and for these, oa well as other table delicacies, «n<l al' kinds groceries and provis ions, they go to B. H. TANNER. Cheapest Place ir< Town, Seasonable Fruits and Vegetables ALWAYS ON HAND. Attractive Meat should not only be agreeable to tbe taste and inell, but it should also he cut so as to be attractive to the eye. My steak is most carefully selected by me, and is tender and juicy, and as good to look at ii an Easter hat. PRICES ARE AI.SO ATTRACTIVE. JAMES BARRETT, lIBRON STREET, ABERDEEN, - - • WASH. Summer Millinery Latest styles and low est priccs. Handsome line of flowers and rib bons. NEW GOODS Constantly arriving. MRS. A. E. BARRONE ABERDEEN, WASH. WASHINGTON TRANSFER CO. L. E. PAINE, Propr. ALL KINDS OP Hauling and Graying Done 011 short notice. Leave orders at Maley's Cigar Store City Expiess, 11. E. VAKING, Propr. Express, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 12 September 1895

HEAR AX ASSESSOR. HE RELATES HIS EXPERIENCE AND GIVES A BIT OF ADVICE. HU Piano and Poverty Problem—A Parrot That Was Cheap at Any Price—A Scene In Cpper Tendom —An Appeal For Courtety to the Aneiur. 'When by telling the truth an evil is perpetrated, then it is wrong to tell the truth. I suppose that is the reason so many people are doing good by telling falsehoods to personal property assess ors. The writer is a deputy assessor in the west town, and at present he is com piling a book that is full of names and figures. The names are all right, but the man who said "figures can't lie" never assessed personal property. There are about 00 of us assessors, who form in a line at 9 a m., move up to a window in Assessor Jacob M. Horn's west town office, Haymarket Theater building, and get our books and blank schedules. These calfskin covered books contain a little map of some par ticular district in the great West Side. We move out to these districts and go to work. The town clerk register...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 19 September 1895

Il& official rkuistkk IIIBDKEN CITY UOVKKNMKNT. liiir.es A. Hood W. 15. Mack w. isusii * W. (>. McKinlay fbfflce'r.'.'..' /'■ "v John steen *. j. wi,i te * :i B. J. Garman, J. S. (,unn, i CtnfaMn, L. J. Kolts, K. 11. lan r s Weitherwax, Alex. Young. i Wooty Collector of Customs for jtld Or.yß arbor, I'eter Aut/.en, CUOiUI COUNTY OFFICIALS, C. E. Sackett r J- Lyons [£'*7..'. J. G. J*ewis j 77.7 I. A. Uralmm E£ 7.7.7 J. 15. Bridges 5 7.7. Set It Warien J"7.' C. A. Beardsley jihooln J. A. HuU-hesoii O. P. Burrows {Jfoners—Wui. Anstie, J. O. Coy, D. Kirluldie. SOCIETIES. B*» jr. 4 A. M.—Aberdeen Lodge, ■ A. So. 52. Regular commmiicn- B) tlom ou the Second ami Fourth Ml Tuesday of each mouth nt 7:30 p. in. ■ \ Visiting brothers cordially Invited. ■ By order of E. E. Eaton, W. M. ■Koto. Sec. ■ramw LODGE NO. 31, A. O. U. W. Kmlb A. 0. U. W. Hull Friday evening Ehweek, »t 7:30 o'clock. Sojourning broth- Ksodiilly invited to aitend |f*Sh«Uey, Rec. 8. K. Bcwes, M. W. fcnWK LODGE NO. 17...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 19 September 1895

Aberdeen Herald. Thursday, September 1 it, 1895. ISSUED EVERY THURSDAY BY JAMES F. GIRTON. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: One year 12.00 Six months. .. .. 1.00 Three months .'. .50 Advertising rates 011 application. Entered at the postofttce at Aberdeen, Wash., as second class mail matter. Notices of births, mamaees or deaths printed free. Correspondence desired from all parts of the county. Short communications on topics of public interest, when accompauied by the name of the writer, will be inserted, the name preferrably but not necessarily for publication. Official Paper of the City of Aberdeen. UUNHAVKN'S SOLILOQUY. (Sung to "I Don't Want to Play in Your Yard.") I don't want to sail on that course! I shan't race you any more! You'll be sorry when you see me Hailing back to mamma's shore! We thought your boat "very easy." AVe were sure we had the cup. I won't sail Valkyrie; so now, I am mad, and won't "make up." —H.C. T., in Post-Intelligencer. DIVERSIFIED INDUSTRIES. Manufacturing and d...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 19 September 1895

'■lib Iter- ® Woman May difqieiu'e with some of the things formerly dear to the feminine heart, but BEANS, ONIONS, and sardines gre not in the list, and for these, *8 well as other table delicacies, and kinds groceries and provis ions, they go to E. H. TANNER. Cheapest Place in Town. tatuMe Fruits and Vegetables ALWAYS ON HAND. Attractive Meat gllOllld lot oolv be agreeable to tl<c taste and ■dl, but it ahould also be cat so as to Ik attractive to the eye. My steak is ■at carefully selected by me, and is tender and juicy, and as good to look at a ia Easter hat. niCES ABE ALSO ATTRACTIVE. JAMES BARRETT, HERON STREET, ABERDEEN, - - • WA^H. City Express, H. E. VARING, Propr. Express, Draying Hauling Ci Promptly and at SONABLE - RATES. JEW ■illinery= I Latest styles and low- I est prices. Handsome I line of flowers and rib ifl bons. JEW GOODS •I Constantly arriving. |BS. A. E. BARRONE 1 ABERDEEN, WASH. WASHINGTON TRANSFER CO. L. E. PAINE, Pkoph. ALL KINDS OP idling and Draying Done o...

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