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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 17 March 1898

Much in Little fcMpeclally true of B< od's Pill*. for nonie.il ««;•. ro so gv it curative power in K ft....;; - uce. They are a whole mewcun Hood's Rills QOMtiS AT THE COI'IT HOUSE. • .... . i ■ .< .1 v n • , ( j; . ,f|i• ,t I • I' •T'" 1" i I • I I . : ( ) .; . . ' ■ - • ' - • • - " « K \ « 1 : . • f > 5 ' - i;. • • r-. ■■ ' -C • Mr- - ■ - ' - A I a . 1 - - A ]' . I • Pallia _ • I;» a 1 I 11 a i.»i .■ nn . V * • * •" • . \\ . K«.* ■ < AI" r W MM !:>•■ M "■ .v . s ■ . sr.- ;K-it ■■ .! -i " • ;.t A -r-i* ■ t: — f.'ti.O " £>:i. ■ ' M.i-> t 4, t. k >' ■ '. .-i : i ' V. I'M: ! >Kr.. .. - . f >.'* .. .1 ' ■ "„t -. A ' '• —>-'• . J,.1 '!!■'■' ;.ia:. !'■ - H,. i... 'I 1.. : er —*4 1 r > . wII a : -• -■ i ;-k-: *4K-. Jan: - A Kit • I. .'/ •• M y Ifl i .K.• K_. II •■. i-1■ i-' rn.V Mack tagging Co, ti'ii ,i.r o'l : : " : : '-1- —! 1 — M I, W > \\ • n • V 1 k I.:--r,-r.ne . >: i«» i — !l !! • j\ t(f way >1 iftr-Hlanemitf. .1 il 11.. Th- M ire?:;!. ...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 24 March 1898

ABERDEEN HERALD r Customers vertise our siness We found . ill by experience that our NE MEN'S CLOTHING 1: just what the trade wants, (ientlcnien who have bought Clothing of us say : •hey Fit Weil! They Look Well! Ami they must l>e well pleased with thrir purchase* because they semi th»*ir friends to ih and rerun 1 mend our Clothin-x highlv. iavo received an additional Sot during the last few days and invito all who are interested to inspect them at HAI!i; IS & SONS, Where the Latest Styles are always to lie hail. lerson Building, ABl\l!l>hhN, WASH. S. —We close every evening at 8 o'clock sharp, Saturdays. IW I, REGISTER <TATK. John L. Wilson and l Congress— ies, J. Hamilton Lewis : John R. Rogers Thurston Daniels Will I>. Jenkins ('. W. Young Seal Cheatham .Patrick 11. Wins m uction E J. Brow inds ... II joei t l>i ..i I.C. Ide jrney W. C. (Jay MCIAI.. Court —''.non Scott, Gordon, "cos. J. An s. 3i) t..C. W. Ilodgdon SI.ATIVK. Ii Mist. F. G. Deckebach Koehler, J. ...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 24 March 1898

ABERDEEN HERALD. P-' . E*»ry T aeep.:l:->" aa-H from • . girls. ty mm kraut. ti-ii ever? SOotU the raceesso* to Fade ea«atisfa.c: tiou. WO for a lie- : •even tire st » sniit sa . feL; a silk - tbe caption "Swept t Perdition." Why Hill g so. - • • A Lockpcrt NY paper says: "Miss tie —tl r. : all who know her. "Why," asks the N- V ri; Et-:;:.; l.»-r • ; •r. -r nm-dowi .. Kew V >rk- I:- rder t *are : pla r<.-- • - - - - drt-i rat ;■ isks: "Shall I e •nit as edit : at this, anK so,-• Jb« cooralt a ; hyslctan. JMt. traditi' r. * r&lofjd gZ* tis. W ehav< th€ same - r. equal Th-~ rc " Genet 1 -f Maj*sachn paper? to gather t awi - - y gain. T:.e railroads ••: the United States expend i year asunmreth in $1 «),- CCH ."r In -- fth -•• .. •v; • n nearly >j."-; aid .1 the f-.-r:.. of ant'-r : -* " fr .. > x - • •- • $%(* * n the f >rm of eles :tl - mntry han ilii g never less than a b!UI< r. A >Uar« Id a year and di»- borslng it a::, or practically all. for nilroa...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 24 March 1898

Is LAST CAM) Keeking a Conference Cuban Leaders. H|. OFF Kit OF Al TONOMY 1« Witt OrtVr. unit on NI'WH. March '.''3. — News has just correspondent, from au- that the autonomist at Madrid, is now playing to secure peace in Cuba intervention by the United Prioto and Via Jacas Gor province of Santa Clara, side of the Jucaro Moron gathered several thousand under command of Calixto other prominent chiefs, ac by Scnor Masso, president republic, with several his cabinet; also on the tie trocha. in the district less than 10 miles General Garcia's forces, 2,000 insuregnts under Carrillo, Monteau- Iclise, Legon and Gonzales, ish commander, General ,h General Kamirez, Char er generals, is within a few t'alixto Garcia. Gen is west of the Jucaro Moron lin easy reach. All the in erals. President Masso and lit officials with General through General Pando's ime ago, and the latter gave lpaign, which was to be a ary coup-de-grace, in the Santiago do Cuba or the Puerto Principe. In addi ing through t...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 24 March 1898

AWileen Herald. »:.• H£: f.iiT thcmaY B* - - » •» «- ... yc • aVV r V '!*.«• f * p- - f.:?t: s *- ;■ A . 4- £ r**e* •- - fc "- : K 1 ttthe poW >»e« it Aberdeen, #aib • *»s L-i . ' THURSDAY. MARCH 34 I«6S I • . ■ • . . . !bv tb< CUBA AS SLEN" BY SENATOR ? R J C T . R ■. - ' • - -' : Pr t • •• . • - ' ias he has . - i•• f ' :* c< itaii - and ijt the dispassionateness <.f .. ... l bi» . r a woman, of a chili >»to :••if : : . w:.« w/. In whi h the rei'.-r.oei.tradros are con fin.-! «;.*'.ter .::.er than ruie tots; without clothing other than rags; without ar.y sanitation; with only foul } sv ] gnJ fou! water; 800,000 have died an i « many more are so diseased they cannot lire. And this l» Spain'i pacifl. cati-.:. ' •:.efyir provinces: a pacification . f de--.at jC. 1= -y v. ~r. ier At.-:* ,ar.« •rv :t which :-. *: -e - ;ev.-n kpe a * a wor-.: : favor of these straggling sons and daogb' :e:» < • a'• Anton -ov. rays Mr. I : - .. : - : i f be a fai.ure by the >: > m...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 24 March 1898

(1 pure, ome und delicious. f DER ly Pure R CO., NEW YORK. II KXTJLON. ield services in Cen to Chehalis on busi itesano, was a pleas a business visit to >e li bel mother, Mis. week. ish had legal busi r visited friends in e week. down from Monte ,l business. Mr. and Mrs. Pfund ast Sunday. 1". Coles, of (inuid !y yesterday, lo < >1 ympi a on busi ling Monday. old 11is logging ont > I'd. Fogaitv. ins visited relatives xano last week, pioneer resident of n town Friday, ■ee Uncle Tom Mon ths etit of the ■ Freeland, of < Ways Sunday witli friends tr i.'.ving in a sum • d to his ranch on ui.d I'eputy Assessor lis, were an jv-ter lay. usmopo'.is, lias pur steamer for use on I or ('helialin i ivers, etion of gentlemen's ing goods at 1.1 iar look over tiieir line? at once for "Cncle irmaiieo. Reserved nts at I'.line's drug by the < 100 I Loads veiling at Koehler's I attended and all me. 1 pastor in the Congre t Sunday at II o'clock . Sunday school at <i ta former residen...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 24 March 1898

r , I • A ' HA. • > " r ' " , r , T~ - >. i ' . <',• • - * I' * - • ' ,* 1 * v;" - •• • ' . ■ ■ • "' • " ' . * <>f * f ' ' • *' •' 1 • •• <; •/* ' * ... * . ItalMJ Hi .' *. f- * WQll't < . .. ; .*v-y --•• ■ « 7 ;.'•••• ''< Ui •/.»* r«-" • •j .;•■• i? ■ . t ri that fcVMT rv!<- rh.. range. When Jiran .> 1 r-: M-! '"<• ''• vvi • •: ; ' "I t! ■ k t'n blamed >..;<• crowing fro-:, » J '' ' *.<• Ifff.'Vrf, O.Vr O.' % : r .. - boy* r< ••If • • «ttjem want to that ed a;i'l try it a bo-it - it another «ai4 M Ju«t tet tlji- 'i . v |) Uh'l V. ■ • r . '* ft&f pajMfjfti fjr#t HXf.f of * boy, -■ V r . ■ . . ■ < . , ... i • - j V' •* eowlx/y V - V.: ;. fr*///I 'V . «f tfc&t 3 t :.o folk# to ' Gge, but .1 ■r tiu* »-t . - " *- .r' I •- • *0 k f^r'*/ hr • ' .v ' V- I'D v, - ;• J « »<-♦ for !>r 'J . • - . • ~v] . • ■ * . * %< ■ 'S :.<• ' .. v -■ ■ ; '. ' <•■! *'• r . v " i • * •' I.! V- U• ; • -* *'■ ' - r r r: \ fi'i.• 1 • •.' * '....

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 24 March 1898

Every Package lil/ivo's Best tea is a sample. r money back if you don't like it. ttt* IS AND MINING. |.V hit ion to AlVcfUny ill the new gold yield " is a quest ion which I by statesmen and North American Ue- Inhjeit at length anil Son that even though | is enormous it will ko any noticeable de -1 that there are too en to the use of gold |e, use among the arts demand for it to ever I lie article says: ilnction for ls!>7 esti -00,000, it is evident Idticlds will have to ly productive in or nt percentage to the upply of gold. If $(>0,000,000 per year, annual production to ley would still be : cent to the previous The effect of new icious metals is groat e fact, that the in Id i - >t against the whole existence. An addi t to the annual pro or corn, or even of industrial products, iper, would have a 1 prices. Gold is un iceed, like all other w of supply and de pply in any one year lition to tlie amount it'ket. All the gold [is coin or bullion in ;es is constantly in y market, c...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 24 March 1898

Liver Ills Like biliousness, dyspepsia, headache, consti tution. sour stoinaeh, indiK* stion are promptly c tred by Hood's I'ills. They do their work Hoods easily mill thoroughly. "II —^ r.cst after dinner pills. 111 Ml rtrir.'" ! «K ® ■■■%(» i-1 .-i.iii.-M l.y I. Hood & Co., Lowell,Mass. Tlie uiily I'ill to take Willi Hood's Sarsaparilla. 'Hl!\«S AT iliK ('OUST liOl ST. ledi.c-- t-<1 Die Snpi-rior t .Mu: .u. i l.i.i i.r l 1-11iiiii<-m ~ i iieii \\ it'll OlHri.llx. *iiprr ior ' ** °«i ft. . . 1 1 i»f trnn * tcted ar tiie eonmy court house for the week t .dilig .*•!'?'»rda\. M in-it lv: Join. ■ 1 i'liiii v- l'.-.n'e! I . .irty et al. ,ii 1;» 11 i*i;t aiid It.ir- hi f"'it'i iosuro .signed. A. V 1; a .'. -i' vs II -I elm ill <• al. Judgment --i dismissal *-.~ned. laim - Hi.i/iil v- l'ern.ird et al. Judgment of lisn.i-.-ul signed. Ilezekiah M «iil'n-lt et al. Outer of dismissal signed. A A liranei" vs II .! Hieim:.:) et al. Or der vae.riiii! i 1 I;r 111 ent sune !• Jas P.ra...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 31 March 1898

(ABERDEEN HERALD II ' rpsa ; i r "; 'V i ■"% iissL'fci \: iasr > . '< r -]> i.d !lil "* i 1 : 11 - f.»i Radios in I H£i S'i tiv Q« i.. i;: i 'L ; i £■■ Gibbons Shirt Waists Belts Veiling, etc. r..r (M-ntlcim-n: Good Fitting Clothing < ierwear Oversnirts Neckwear 1 Hosiery Gloves, etc.. etc. — ' .1] <»ood« strictlv first class. Satisfaction guaranteed. HARRIS K SONS, ■ THe First Class Dry Goods anil Clothing Store, eron unci Mroets. AHKUDKI'-N, \\ ASII. * >~11 S. —We close every evening at So clock sharp, ; Saturdays, i 1 MfaAL UK<;i>TKlt I STATE. i, John 1,. Wilson and in Congress— ones, •!. Hamilton Lewis John R. Rogers .... Thurston lianiels to Will IJenkins Neal ehealhain il Patrick 1!. Winston truction Rrowne Lands ...Robert liridges torney W. C. (iav IDICIAI.. j Court —Klnion Scott, . Gordon, Tlios. J. An is. Court..C. W. Hodgdon HSLATIVK. 11l I'ist. K. (1. Peekebach j. Koehler, J. A. tii 1 key OK KICK, OI.VMI'I A. !•'. <1. I>»■(■ kel>a(• 11 OKK...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 31 March 1898

ABERDEEN HERALD. l*uMl»h*<t Every Thursday. ABERDEEN WASH KEVv'S OF THE WEEK I'ltcrcHtiii-; nf Current F.vrnti In ('oiidc Form l'roin ltdtli Contine itc* Tiit' United States supreme court has decided that a person born in this coun try of Chinese parents is entitled to citizenship. Chicago Typographical union lias tel egraphed the Illinois representatives in congress calling for the intervention of tin? United States toward ending the inhuman war in Cuba. Frank I>. Clark, of Chicago, has pur chased 1,00(1 feei of river frontage at Linnton, a few miles below Portland, Or., and is negotiating for more. He will construct a large ship-building I'lant. A diet kitchen anil dispensary, where 2,000 sick will I e eared for daily has been started in Havana. The kitchen \v;is built by the central committee, and serves its purpose excellently. Tile sick and feeble will !ind the dispensary a great source of comfort and help. Tlu' dispatch of tin) British fleet from Halifax to Bermuda. foll...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 31 March 1898

mis OF SPAIN losion Was of In ternal Origin. IBs MUCH IRO.M OURS Import of thn h Naval ('oiuiul*i<iiiiii 4'om- Yxt of tin* American Court of y Into tlx* .Maine Disaster. igton, Mar.'h '<30. —A (nil syn le report of the S]>;ini yl» naval .hi which investigated tin* <lo- ot tho battle-ship Maine is n. It is taken from a copy of lal report, which is now on it? froli] Havana, tho synopsis bled and today being in the this government. are directly opposite I lie report of the court of in litted to congress today, s is as follows: rt contains declarations liar witnesses and experts, statements it deduces and bseneo of all those attend lances which are invariably i the occasion of tho explo pedo. nee of witnesses eompara t<> the Maine at the moment >ct that only one explosion lat no column of water was the air; that no shock to lie nearest vessel was felt, was any vibration noticed, dead tish were found. nee of the senior pilot of states that there is abnnd in the harbo...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 31 March 1898

Herald. iTIU.ISHEf) KVKKY Tlf I"K*DAY BY JAMI> F. «»IUT«>X AN!» JOHN Jj'AUNKY. TKKMS OK M'BSC Rim ON One v.-nr .... *- l> " six in.l- :h< Tin.-, months A-lveitiMPij! rates on iipj.l i*-:iti«>li. Knti red «t the {iMtofflce at Aberdeen, Wash., as - <'U I I'lsiMs mail liiatti THURSDAY, MARCH 111. lS9tv X,.- ', ... ~( blrtli«. Ill' ' 'I. atli« 1 r.• 1 1. -1 f r , < , • ■ l nun a", 1 pari - ot 111,- i■ • >'; ■ i . Short <• ■ iinu::' l a'inh!, «'' i t"' | interest, when aeeomi»anie«l by the nam • lie writer, w; i < 1"' iu*rrU-<l. \ !o- n nr-- ■irc:\ra \ but not i: -h--a;:!\ fo: publication. OLYMPIC RESERVE MAY YET BE MODIFIED. of 111 ()! yiii| • s! "A; ■ liu: - ; I- M' .t! -. ! ..it l.n \ !' fill stand..id j : r »:'.»•], t!:- • m lietw,;; tow lishi| s twrnt J a::-l twenty on,' 1 will :Ims In- .''II thai Cheha!;- count 1 . loses 111 o north twenty-four miles of it- In : tory.an I that ih • Ke.-erve comes within eighteen miles. f Aberdeen, Tin- act of .1 une...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 31 March 1898

I food pure, >U*souic und delicious. w ate!y Pure IV. - • ; co., .sr .v \o;x. IV rn i' \va< ii i» !: < ".i \\ i'St |•< clothing ut I. Harris K»r went to Mima on as. K. Wilson is loivl scent City arrived ir light. li, (if I.ma, was ;< h\> < iT.ih- Tuesday. I lie Mctlimlist chuirli in _•. 1} i > !:• ')!;: hiisiiu v 1 * v.. 1. r «er,v; Jirch> Utfatt 1 'W§ 3r, > Egf 1 m: ; 'r I ' \' ' ! . • l.|, f I !it* e'io]» ■ .i-'i , Who with i.i- broth f !'..■■ ill'- '.'i 1 yesterday. !.!>>: .<■ tty woik •,M 'i■ '.in tins' •') foil < nil [ilrtt'd tlli> :-ea«01). \ I 'i 'I jli, I lii.irsticss .. bo triflcil With. A lloh's C'uro will pave '-••ill i>v rile i.Tiin ription druggists. SMOKE "SELECT" AM) 'TillMi OF ME" CIGARS. THEY ARE MANUFACTURED BY HOME LABOR. A. K. Benjamin was in town Saturday on tiis way to llotiuiam. IK- reports the new mill at Montesano as running steadily. ltev. Frank 1.. Sullivan, field editor of the l'aeilie ltaptist,published at ...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 31 March 1898

-n 'V - . . • • - ~*l I v • < 1.1. . _k. . _ JL » - - - - i.•.. . • . " i..-: ■ • :<♦ vi w j ' v . ' . • *• 4 v i \ • . - ._ • i . i • J •. - .. , • :a : „ . , i ■ ; "•: ... - . I ,*T * • J • \ «'•- • .1 • ' J ***' * v • " % — • — ... V — .... J • T . • rr* C Ti r u 1m ' - Claim Lon& 2 4• ~ j — girta* a party * refresh . - ■■ P. . I 4 s ' - " " Z - ■ F lfOt: r-4» \ .A' I ■ • -.-• * - • i - v - .1 - ; : * -■>#* . "L i' ' * I * '* *r .;;;• v T -V l.* 1 i. I" - *v ;;LT f ' vi . :r. ' i~~7 — - ' '* •s. -• : f i ""• ~ r 1 - N«»-v ?-•-i r hf. - :t? A Tle-- ic;i .1 1 m »*n. ryruii- r --r • - ~ J tim U*tLsne t Americ&a Wli —i.s i -ia -r i:m ■> * - i -"-i * *•" •r; >a v m the !>t its £a :~ ere.? x&iertalcexL Mr 7 tter U a brilliant 1 ;•!-•• -1 the 1 « « i "...in " H • -J.' - I- .• q •- V. - . . -I *v M. W art• 1 ; f th e a. j»?T : j p years* the • • rt ' - — *t rm to • Atlantic m: ® . - r-..-,= - ■" reports • the aaral luthort >at: r*• If tts i _• i * • lor *...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 31 March 1898

:i*' «m§m mm®' i)R HERSELF. . It is not ofte'l ,f I bell: 'il has i it a ■•! i e mar n ; ■ itig'.it. i'in e ! ii'lgol (llleeti V tlie r-'_u ' - • ■ -i ''. _ - j = -v."' Mr ,l ' ' ' iM IX A . he exception of e (pe'cit r-gollt. i I'rinee Hern is a husband for there was rebel said site would e of !iie 1 Hitch howing that she : to accept any- 1 lanion. She has rms and begged • :o press tin- suit i tie prince even if lion it. •rieil Men. few idea tames vlie-re ;i demand ll'l'ieii men rath ■ll. The ladies a discussion of when a local pa lei'o was more g down tho lit ;gest.lvi took at men who are were at tirst in proposition, but i their wives s them consider- ti^li t I'nine, ease peculiar to Ii ii* to which any Such is the a i ieriMan sci rne.l, who has l "Klcptonutnia. III'. Frederick the daring mail statement that 1-Kt I 'iintly - Ituly tiniuta >n .. like be a astalk • d. Mr.ul lev. tevf. N.-.W , fe*'-, w.' 1 \ things: must to i|Kl for a husband must leurn to nniU three dl«.hos betto...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 31 March 1898

Liver Ills l.iki- I>T msnoi-s, ilysiippsi.i. hf-adaelie, const!- | potion.:;• •ir stoniie'li. iiidij-'.'stioii are piouiptly j cured t..v Hood's I'illS. Tlicy do tlieir work ia| W %JA j ••'lv ami th'>n»i!.:l ly. ? H B iv«t"after iliimtM* pills. goP Ig g W -M* All Mni '-rists. » ■ M is Ms* , j v * . i. jiuoti «x ('<».. Lowell. Mas*. i'lu- only l'.il to take w .ill Huml's Sar&ai>arill:i. i"' ' 4 ' 1 ' . ' :I• J." 4<• « -.4 j . •»j| fc L■(l>V »I i «?!*«•*•. '>« <• '• • 1 ' 1 ' V. .lit '• - • • • 2 ' '* '4 " 1 S | . f,." - I ' !' ' uUI (' \ n • ();■'• i Iv :! ulil?--C • i :. *• l! * ? • ■ • • 11. it* est.r." (> 11 »• ■ • v ( (ivi fr.isr.l. i -'it. <•" .. ' "• i - . tate u l»ail« \ 1 1- • luvil i. 1 i lv« «•<! « ' al. Can<o si-: I'm- <>i eounsel . for Mareh :)!, 1 v, .K 4irays l»«»inu Company vs Al "McAmiiK.nl •! al. < >ml(M' sustaining <le- ; murror itrn ! ,'j V(J Loi* n-• 1 a!e vs <?ra\- Hailm ivoom Company. O.■<!••!• >u-t...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 7 April 1898

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Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 7 April 1898

CLEARING A UNITED STATES MAN-O'=WAR FOR ACTION. A FIGHTING craft, cleared for action, loses much of its resem blance to the vessel as it lies in a harbor on a mission of peace, says the St. I.ouis Republic. The lines and halyards which stretch in all direc tions disappear; the graceful davits go 'below, the canvas awnings, the coils of hawser, tlie ship's boats, and every article useless in the light are taken below deck, to the designated place for each. This action is necessary in order that the men may have plenty of room to work, and it also lessens the dan ger, as, mayhap a shell which would go clear of the ship strikes a steel line or other light obstruction and falls up on deck, destroying many lives and perhaps exploding a load of powder Which sends, the vessel to the bottom. At the signal to clear every man on board runs to ids post. The yardmen handle the halyards, the canvasmeii look to the coverings and others to the boats. If a ship is at anchor the boats are dropped ov...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 7 April 1898

EBhgng H An Arbor Gateway. I The sketch herewith, from the Or ijte Juilil Farmer, gives a suggestion 4 t can Iw adopted In many situations ith a-< to Utility and beauty. Where cr e Is a path through a farm fenee :ar one's buildings, necessitating a irrow gate, tills gateway can be eoin neil with an arbor, as shown In the it This gives the ornamental part of Ie device, or will when covered with [dps. If the vines bear grapes the use -1 part will be very apparent. When oh ornamenting of one's premises can 'combined with that which Is purely leful, there is small excuse for not iving farm premises more attractive. Guessing Weight of Stock, It Is surprising how many farmers ho grow live stock which they sotne tues expect to sell on the hoof take ; little care to ascertain Its weight, heir Ignorance in this matter often ists them dear, as the butcher or oth person who buys of them generally supplied with scales, and can gener ly guess within a few pounds what lanimal will weigh. In th...

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