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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 21 April 1898

Constipation Causes fully !r.!f the siekness ia the world. It retains the ■! ::e t.'il fond too lone in the bowels anil proila - 1 : . au-ss, torpid l'ver. hull fc'i A riwuo t . ■ ' "> nag ton*-• .*.ck headache, in- HLnflr ■I H >■» ;i rlllS cm: " Mi.on and all its r ml thoroughly. 25c. Alldnigßlsts. j. Ho & Co.. Lowell, Mass. 'j... • :i.y I'ills to tak. with liood's Sariaparilla. wmis at rm: coi i;v ii'Hst. su*h»r- l • r . - ct«'<! i,v t!i•* Sn;»« rior (onii ii i ! • '« r 31. tr omenta Filed \V\i\i ( ii-inN. sn| • i * • • ii i t. T , . :):o • •■ ! ..f tr in so '■! ■■ «eek , : ,>ti:!. sa'u,'l:;; . M" '•: State VS K1- M ly. Verdict of guilty i ; murder in the second degree. Iser:!ta \ 1' U" iat.- was adadtti il to fall citizenship. Joseph Clyde et nl vs Northwestern l.nniber Co. trial April 10. I 1. ! Vnip-vv vs Chelialis County. Sot f >r trial April 21. ti Kel-sev vs Chelialis County, Set for trial April 21. |.ami .Mtg I'..mk of N W America vs Mary 1 I'vies et al. ...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 28 April 1898

&ERDEEN HERALD I *V * PHtfl EPARTY! u-mk-iiU n ; Youn y I NNTTIiD ! 10. until j uprise party in the ,L SALEtI \f i ii the Shape of Bargains, in all Departments..., HAL SALE, know just what a "SPECIAL means. If you come yon will you are fond of Bargains .S k SONS,... nothing Store on the Harbci AIiKIiDKKN. WASH \ip. We sell positively for cash mrse. you night need it. 1 O. O. F.--Regular meeting of .. Alt. Pi, ell Lodge, Nil. at ()«i 11 Fellows' linil*linir, at 7p. in., every Monday. Sojourning brethren cordially invited. Win I'earson, Sec. F. F. Smith, N. G. >n ami 1 Lewis Uoaers I liinit-ls Jenkins Young leathain iYinston Browne , Bridges I. C. Me . C. Gay l Scott, . .t. An- Ho'lgilon t'ckehacli L. Gilkey A. lerkulia I'll B. Scoljcy IrvET. leoghegiin S'.M'tlanil 4 BERDEEX ENCAMPMENT NO. 12. +Y I, i). o. F. Meets at the odd Fellows Hall, First and Third Thursdays of each month at Hp. m. Visiting Patriarchs are invited. W. 11. Pearson, Scribe. I? .1 Garman, C P. I EVERGREEN RE...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 28 April 1898

OVER THE BAR. t>lindly the awkward sen Comes stumbling «»\«t tho br.r. And the soldier ship I see On tho field of t)»i* ocean war; But the signals gleam ami the dangers seem Idle and faint and far. mindly tho awkward waves Come stumbling into the baj*, And tho old, old soft behaves Liko a babe «yesterday; But tlio lighthouse stands by tho drifting sands And tho ships are saved to-dajr. Blindly tho awkward thought Comes stumbling into my heart. And old bosom battles fought Are as play to this now art; For a wilder sea hath imprisoned mo, And the love I cannot impart. Blindly tho awkward words Keep settling in from afar. Till they join, like autumn birds, In a song that ends the war: And the words break out in a gentle rout — And my love is over the bar. —Collier's Weekly. TIIE EARRINGS OF THE COUNTESS. IT was In tlio palmiest flays of the Second Empire. It was uu even ing in midwinter. Tile I'aiis sea- Bon was at Its height, and it brilliant audience had assembled at tne Theatre F...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 28 April 1898

« y|| and be at once ■irilla " T " ns MlSS w'" F ' IntCrnation - ! at Omaha From June to November of Thb Yea. < w tfe Many Artistic Decorations, Beautiful Landscapes and famous Bits of Statuary and Paintings. The Greek lonic style of architecture characterizes the mines building. The oiiler is of heroic proportions, earrieil out with great artistic care in t*very detail. The principal feature of the lagoon facade is u circular dome 150 feet jn circumference, rising to a height of 73 feet. Tlie dome is supjwrted on a circular row of fluted lonic columns, and the space enclosed by them and under the dome is open, forming a grand, open, domed vestibule for an approach to the building. The inner dome is richly designed with ribs and panels and is to be decorated in colors, while the outer is formed by a seiies of lio largest ! le largest ■s across s oi leg )KS. the foot. ; t'eot a:ul orns ami rt discov se makes j r. It is ii lg. damp. ?et. \\ e .ires. Try ami shoe j ■3. Trin S. 01m a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 28 April 1898

Aberdeen Herald. I'UItLISHKD KVERY THURSDAY BY JAMES F. CJIKTON ANI» JOHN J, CARNEY. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION! One year f'2.00 Six months 1.00 Three months •■'o Advertising rates on application. Entered at the postoftice at Aberdeen, Wash., hs second class mail matter. THURSDAY, APRIL 28. 1808. Notircs of births, marriages or deaths printed free. «'itrrespomlenee desired from all purrs of the county. Short communications on topic* ;>f public interest, when accompanied by the name of the writer, will Uc inserted, the name preferably bnt not necessarily for publication. CONGRESSMAN JONES' SPEECH. Another instance of the utter disregard fni truth by out Wiisonized contempor ary. tip' Aberdeen lhilletin, is the follow ing ex!i act regarding <'ongressinan Jones' recent -peecli iueongiess: ingress mail W . * • Jones has achieve ! his most anient desire, lie has had a big speech, supposed to have been spoken in the legislative temple, printed, with his beloved chart included. The word w...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 28 April 1898

IN. C. Kaufman was called to Monte no on legal business Moiidav. A daughter was born t., the wife of ndit. r Sells at Montesano last Sunday Weatherwax had business on e Sound a couple of tiirios during the (.co. V. .lor.es. of the firm of llntrop & me-., has ha 1 ~uito a severe attack of 11. I. Karslmor.piincip.il of the school Porter, came down Saturday to visit friends iu this citv. W . I . Miller, tin popular icpresenta | live of the Richmond Paper Co. t .f Ta coma, was iu town Mondav. 11. A. Hayes, I W. Walker, .lan. Pat terson and A 1 Prauer rnjoved an outing on Norlh I'., neb during the Week. !.. 11. Story, the popular— not populist '—furniture mail . f Montesano, had busi !;,'S:'l • ;l 111 "i !" '-of < .ta \ - Harbor on Saturday. -\- •'• 1 wh.. wen! to Hot Spun-- th ..• wi, a , f,„ t,-, atinci.t jfor rheumatism, returned Friday con side-ably i: i. pi o\ > •I. Hepntv County Auditor 11. I',. Martin came eowu li'om Montesano Saturday ONt'iiiiijj oil iiis way lo hjuiu! ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 28 April 1898

JREKDFEKFFRiLT jurLLi iPabiMurd jc<Tfltilirituu ate: • 'in: **v art*:::i»« i • I • ■ •:.;:ixT. ■ r>r..* mm tr.it ■ - i "iuki-: ao 1: Hi*, us. • Vi\. z ' i t»e>; ■ V TJH 12. i' ir «- ir *o! J>iilli* T UUilli' V, It cjuesu<<: not w. "uas Siuz.: ' l iixi . ci;! • in a'. rosta.::- ~ ■ rv" aen:an dill'.: «!;• jKWc: v: vr-m. iottt > bii ti:: i . 311 rl :s r«* " -.iiiiifZ: . z.l . v 'or - compit: JUL !<?r t v. L: li- V\ . m; ; .: * • liau L: :r-:i eit*T 3i " -m • w * ma* Fr»*":ou coa> tii V'j;. "v; J: ol v'|k?ij i -'j mm-. pi: luevi'. »" iiij.: eiiiruLrviiHJiii aavt? . ar-.v .. i • t> Ixiond ai:tv. • • tnivti. lu^etue: ovjiiu ■ . : ■■ v. • _ i-li». W i. .• _ . T.: Xi-." i'* v.* .vair- tr*»« •oruuv prt' :.>ii " .1: in la-. • , i> ii iua 11. t. •• .Sauit* I uv v'ji«. a'* h popuir." Id Oh.■ i aieiffaia Aliiencr aor- tist? r » ta.: iiit"- uuo: - . siaw W"tfstvr: hi;.: i u *queauiv,: a. m< »** •• . cirvu lui: .*a:': tniik-- mr v. w-i-j. . air jrr. u; i. m-...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 28 April 1898

Hr.l of in a for of H the H The ■in ■o Bu;i rd com nu- Hk'ould Hnd to H> com ■ The Hbvides Hgency, Htional H more B first, Rational I eondi ■ organ lich in -1 poning until te sure can be »nd the feeding of men task, as by the loint in » be col- lon fol- United •ess, cn increas* inent ot war, and Vpril 22, rized, in , to is ir volun of the am Me -1 States, n me by rs, and :o exist, rerlty do iggregate to effect ion, the as prae ites and of Coluni ion, and to sooner dis is order will ated to the the war de have here ised the seal affixed. this 23d day independence 23d. •KINLEY. !oming from Alger from cers convey le length of , in many red by them y for muster, tlon. tered in by the various me of tlitee igton, Kich hey will be Jirements of is named as :en in some ;hat General a volunteer of the four >ne of the rovided for. have been at Richmond he points of ? president's rs and tele in on Secre :e as volun utnerous are t the seore to notify the imunications governors of FIRED ON ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 28 April 1898

Biliousness Is caused by torpid liver, which prevents diges tion and permits food to ferment and putrify in the stomach. Then follow dizziness, headache, Hoods insomina, nervousness, and, ■ ■ ■ if not relieved, bilious fever .11 or blood poisoning. Hood's I I IJi Tills stimulate the stomach, ™ ™ ® tli - liv -r. i-ure h**a«l;i 'lie. dizziness, cou- Rtipatiou, He. •_'.*» cents. Sold l»v all druggists. The only l'ills to take with llood's Sarsaparilla. f < t.fvl' M ?■;' -vrr- 'UWVtf • x . <•-* 3;. —;•.«! i! '•> lti«' >'ttprrlor { Dill 1 . I'll • .f ;; ' ruinciilH l 'il< «l ;, . < : i"? .1 Si ; (M'i ir 4 • ur!. •-t it \s w U Aji-i-t W-tdict of i y ■ I i larv. ~lf ;aai,• i.'!> 'Ir._-!i I ";i!<>n et nl. A,l \ Mr pcritt, .1 W I limes an.l Hub; -;imllj . ]>j i i»intfil appraisors. !■" 1, Carr vs Frank M Peterson el al. Judgment and decree "f foreclosure signed. In i ini'y -if All":i I•-J; • 1 -' - 1' dared nut ii -.it: •. Tii i- C!-..!•• al vs Nurili western Lu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 5 May 1898

BERDEEN HERALD is sure tint there will be a :\ OLI T10N.... ■;h goods department of )1 MI TIES SWISSES MADRAS CLOTHS XI) IA LINENS LAPPET NOVELTIES PECTS CREPONS AINSOOKS GAUZE CHAMBREVS h Goods will be offered, anions d bargains. S & SONS ... iolhing Store ors the harbci ai'.ei:deex, wash iiv harg ,itw in oiliei 'iepai'tmetlls. ■ I Ue-rnlar meeting o: • Aberdeen Lodge, No. !{•'». ut p Odd Fellows* iinildiiitf, at 7:W)j>. 111.. cvorv Monday. Sojourning brethren cordially invited. Win Pearson, sec. F. F. Smith, N. (I. I Hun and Bn Lewis ■. Hotels I 1 lani 'Is B.lenkins You ■leatliam ■ Winston I Ilrowiifi P Bridges 11. C. Ide ■. C. < iav In Scott, I. .1. An [llodjrilon kccUebacli \. (iilkey ia. teckebach 15. Scobey WET. reoiilicjian Swetland \HEKI>EEN KN'l'A MPM KNT NO. 12. I. O. <>. F. Meets at the Odd Fellows Hall, First ami Third Thursdays of each month at sp. 111. Visiting Patriarchs are invited. W. H. Pearson, Scribe. I? J Garman, C P. FjiVEIUiKEEN KEHEKAH LODG...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 5 May 1898

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 5 May 1898

ll'H . The Spanish admiral of the Philin pities acknowledges that his ,U . been completely dent,dished. It is claimed at Madrid that no Span ish warships surrendered, and that a uajonty ut them polished. The Sp,„- U ' SH ls estimated at 400 men killed. A Hong Kong dispatch says the bom- I aidment ol Manila has begun. The inhabitants are fleeing to I e n l' l 'iators n, the cable station in I >e midst ot the forts have fled to save hv, '"- 1 Cable communication is interrupted. , A special to the Chicago Daily News from Washington says: The president and cabinet have received information bat the Spanish governor-general of the 1 hilippjiipg has sent a flag of truce to Commodore Dewey. ibis act interpreted to mean tiie capitulation of the Spanish foices. A terrible storm passed over South Dakota and lowa. South Dakota re ports a death list of ls, and a property *100,000. In Northwest lowa, the towns of Pringhar, Hartley and Curlew were badly wrecked, Hartley being almost completely ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 5 May 1898

AlM'rdmi Horn Id. rrri.isiiKn every tiicrsday by JAMKS F. It IHTON an:» lo|!S .I.fARNFY. TERMS OF M" INSCRIPTION : One year f'J.OO Six month* Throe month* - , A vcrtislPtf rates on application. Kn!rrr«i at the postoftlcc at Aberdeen, Wash., as svM'ond class mail matter. THURSDAY. MAY 5. 1898. N • Yes of birth*. man l aires or .b-atbs printed fret <'orrespouilcucc •! siivl fr«»m ail p ins of the •> , jnty. short communications ««n topir< »f public interest, when accompanied l»y the •liime of the writer, w i'be inserivi. the name »re s".■ r.i'»ly but not iuri >mu i!v for publication. PROPOSED BOND ISSUE Tl; !<ip -i:. t.» • fiw huinl.cu Illi ■: I . ! ':■■■ •'M 1 Mlil..' ootids for the piosecntion ci the war will be |,»n_ t.i the las! ill .1 by tii • silver men in i' i _-r, —. \- 1 i ,i- tin' government Co:. ■ ; s til illtrrpi' ' '.ill' Word coin to ii. -i iM. so i.>ii.r will the nppo-iiion to an v im in i l bond in l made niauili'st. Willi titty million dollats of st&...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 5 May 1898

May basketß are now in order. liiU Wl ' BSOr Crawfor ' l «»■ in town Satur tt\vck ' ot Oakville, was in n ,e fit v 1 uosday. sheriU'Creech was down from Monte sano Saturdav. Frank Wilson, of tirand Forks, was in Anerileen Monday. I'. I . Stevens, of Montesano, had busi ness in town Saturday. ■ \N . Kankin, land agent of the N. I'. Ky. Co.. was in town today. t he s'aior shingle mill at Summit was destroyed by fire M, ndav „i-ht. Oct your milk at ti,o rioiicerHairv.il you want good milk and good tneaure. * Mr. I'rask, of the (inn , f Trask lt Gril) . 1 bl '. Montesano, was on our streets Satur d iy f,i ' '' ' ' B 'j or "oil returned Mondav evt - nie.g. 1 1,1 tii ; ihling of two l '"" '•* *•«- will be found in another column. Rev. Oscar A Smith occupied the pul pit t.i tho Methodist chureh at Montecano last Sunday. I> X. nitc s ill the ived itest. line rs tol rket, the ! jnte r his I of .fo j lioot-; i. | the • died peo ulav. •isco. ! rega l. m. t. A ;nnie 'ling, ivith peke •b. *r,...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 5 May 1898

s\ ini A. Ciay and Cuban Capilai Mas a Famous History. H\ \ AN \. tho capital of (*uha, is a w i»rli! t• ii \ Unow ti w hor • owl the tamo of iil it s has bed, atul th'scv* invc of its fatno, too, tor liUo all £ivat suit's of industry ami art. it is nnliiuo. ihiba's capital In coeval waih tho Modnorranose eoanuost of the N\« stern hemisphere. Phe na: • of tlif i iiy is t l.araet' i istio of the iv Unions I at In rari's. for when I>ic:..«' i \ olasqno laiil itx foundations hi 1 ' ho christened it San fi 'siolul do la lla bana st fhrlstephor . i th > !mu: harbor in honor of iVlnmbns. da coveror of the istaml. IT.is name. be StOWod UpOU the 1- tv b\ t O CO aJIIOVi . of tho islam!, lias r» mained r.m ' at:.:. 1. ami it is Mill ott'n aally so called. Hat its popular twine has invn shor f oned to Habana in Spanish ami Mat.ma a oi! or tot'.Dili's. I 1:o v iy . ■ a \'■ j 1 a.a* < n of about L\ OaH « Havana is Mied on t! . n\>'v side of tho bay of its own naa.o one of tho most Ik...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 5 May 1898

S ch u!rr 1,,a1 : , ° to ,et i'u an; time, of the growing season Some o them regularly take thl ,e ' " >| s * ,n ,lu, '» '«'st land. The tu-st is spinach. which is partially covered dm -11111 « wlnt,. r to protect it. ai.,l is so soon as i!ic Kroun.l is lit to work Vf the spinach comes a crop of wa> /'"* s " 1 ' 1 ! >* string ln.ans. and eithoi cabbage or turnips occupy the ! nf,w IH-an vines are piowed under early in .Inly. v lJoci'ss with Tomrito >*. Last year 1 had two i>ati*hi»* half a mile apart, one hard, tough black laud which we call "gumbo," very diltieult to tend. I did not expect much of a crop, but we framed them up and had a line crop of very large tomatoes of the Imperial variety. We pi there I bushels and bushels of them every sec ond or third day till frost, at which time they were as large as over, an 1 many green ones coming on. I think one reason of their doing so well was that we pruned them. We framed one Turner Hybrid vine which stood off to itse...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 5 May 1898

No Cripe Wiien you take Hood's Tills. The big. old-fash lor,'.- i, sugar-coated pills, which tear you all to pieces, are not in it vsitli Hood's, hasy to take and easy to is true _ I B up to date in every respect. 111 ■■ ■ ■ .. . . ( . 1. Ho.Ml («>.. Lowell. M .- r >. Tii-j only Pills to take with Hood's Sarsaponlla. • - ...... • '.i' i' < >. V , ; . "1' ii*ril"r~iT i H-. vKr , , ,t, ,l I > the -i I -I'rlnr . \ . .l il < .. ! - . -M- « U t '! ■ r-'. C h': ••• !. . , :11 If 1. l I ''• t; p. '->> i ' W... j v,* v- (' o]l in-en. Wrui t .?}'.- i M i utiiitie 1 f-r t,. : , i (.hi..,. 1 «ii"ler ?•> >0 b>-t;d*\ Ida i \i-1.-v vs 11 T Creech, a- shcri.T. Verdi, i ; .i-.ti.l f>i ■'"> \i' j; . ..■ I.« .-.iii l-rs. | vmiirier ivi rris'-"! 11 11 lli.naid \ - .'as A Hood. I'ubli ,.a:j. •i~f d. iMtioiis >idoled and veidi t r 15;.; :l :i;V i • sH-MK rend.-ri'd. J I' ii I.cnnsilale i- <i H Uooin Co. Verdict ! r p! ii;iti:f for In i, I • eas'- 1. s.dc . f ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 12 May 1898

BERDEEN HERALD * \l money by buying clothing of us. SATURDAY, May i.j, until \Y, May 21, we will have a I Sale ling. e clothing at special low prices, ting and strictly first-class goods ,'ss than usually paid for inferior IR, y a special offer and the reduced inly for one week at IS & SONS.... I Clothing Store on the Harbor AP.KUDKEX. WASH. everything as represented or . i I'ilson and Iton Lewis K. Holers j in Daniels' >. Jenkins \V. Young Cheatham . Winston . lirowne J ;rt Bridges ..I. C. Me W. C. (iav ' 011 Scott, )S. J. An il oil;.''loll I (eckebacli A. Gilkey •I A. I leckebacli 'li. .Scobey IL'VET, iecnrliPtun S wetland IA I.IS. .1. A. Sells I i. Cheney N. Wilsoii I. t reech 11. Abel ('lawford r. Walston >. McKillip >. .lacksun y, Charles l EST. . 1.. Malev s l'atterson '. A. I'.laek . (.'. Cross C. K. Bell !. l'eaison . S. Arnold Kaufman, . A. < 'rites, 'ustonis l'or A Hood, I- Aberdeen Lodge, ■ Regular f otnmunica- HSecond and Fourth Heh month at 7:80 p. in. H...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 12 May 1898

VIEWS iN CHICK.AMAUUA PARK, VVHIIRK 14,(00 I'NION SOLDIERS CIIiCKAMAUGA I'ARK. I" K there is anything of inspiration in tlie association of ideas, unp added patriotism and courage to be gained by daily life on a field wlure 11,000 t'nlon sol diers died in the hardest fought, most magnificent and thrilling series of battles in the civil war, the regulars, national guardsmen and volunteers who encamp in the Chiekaniauga Park should be able to tight like fiends incar nate. Touting again on the old camp ground, in the midst of one of the most beautiful bits of country which (loil lias given to this fairest of lands, it is hard to believe that war and death were within a few hours' ride by rail. As, standing on Lookout Mountain, the eye sweeps over the glorious view below, Finch's prophecy rushes to ill i lid— No more shall the war cry sever. Or the winding rivers be red. No more, indeed, as to a divided na tion, and foreign complications were i then linthought of. Where battle lines j o...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 12 May 1898

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