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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 16 June 1898

Aberdeen Herald. PUBLISHED RVBR Y THURSDAY BY JAMES F. GIRTOK AND JOHN J, CARNEY. TKRM9 OF SUBSCRIPTION : One year I'J.OO Six months. 1.00 Three months 50 Advertising rates on application. Entered at the postoffiee at Aberdeen, Wash., as second class mail matter. THURSDAY, JUNE 16. 1808. Notices of births, marriages or deaths printed free. Correspondence desired from all parts of the conntv. Short communications on topic* of public interest, when accompanied by the aame of the writer, will be inserted, the name preferably but not necessarily for publication. THE MIDDLE OF THE ROADERS MISTAKE. Those People's Party papers which op pose fusion are fond of asserting that a "Middle of the Kc a<l Populist" is one who will not surrender principle for the <ake of getting into porter and a chance at the luxuries of the pie counter. In this they overlook the somewhat import ant fact that it is impossible to accom plish anything in the <vay of reform without getting into power. It tak...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 16 June 1898

Concern to Furnish Us a Limited Them. Knameled, Fitted with Brass lops and Weigh Accurately you to commence* trade at once. record y«ur purchase.'!, and when those you get • scale free of charge. \\'« our trade: to draw and to show our oltl their trade. prices on goods as low, if Bah eml_y civil, wlion we shall ho pleased ; above. tfuliv yours, HJFMAN. I the ives be i t u re Sun by i Mon lodge and election lot ate on parlors. the has a bride Karshner term and will ac- from one windows by city, is a does the lady i as she a daughter | recognized j of North ' Mr. for the I which , over the ohl has made a j device and we ; much profit | BBcersof the An-1 for the ' Hh, are: Ed. Shel-1 B; Chas. AVilley, ] B. overseer: J. I). ■ H. A. Hayes re ■ recorder; Hum- Be Keith, inside ■ outßide watch. I met last Tuesday fcke. There was a Pa club; Mrs. John ■hone present with a peth Stuart Phelps' fte next meeting w ill Fred Nye, at Cosmopo *i'l meet at the- ferry fj"! foot passage from ■river for ...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 16 June 1898

ABERDEEN HERALD. FuMlnhml Efprr Yhuniliy. ABERDEEN WASH. Amid tlio often spoken-of fortunes or ft'ar, duo ivsml must lie had for prize money. The battleship Oregon has shown that the Straits of Magellan form a poor substitute for the Nicaragua Ca ual. Ten million Hags have lieen sold In the T'nlted States since war was de clared with Spain. Naturally tings are going up. Spain may lie the cause of this coun try altering the maps and geographies. The same thing hapjiened some four hundred years ago. The Norfolk Pilot emphatically re marks: "We need a great deal of cur rency. We want It at once and we want It bad." Counterfeit V A Iyoinlon paper says that "Admiral Pcwey Is disliked in certain quarters because he is a ilude." lie is also liked In certain quarters because he Is a dandy. There arc said to bo two kinds of pa triots in tin* market, tlioso who arc ready to go to war when they are need ed, and those who are ready to go when they are not needed. The man who goes to war without...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 16 June 1898

■ K I ■- the ci Old the for Tho were tho tho for the to troops sleep close of the clear made up by have have ■» AI.OEn. of Spanish liealiz ■to be gained by was progress- it was de the one small transports Bing ships of tho ■p transports havo ■>. cither yester- Bm has been re- Bhey are in readi- Bot move until tho P? to accompany fcl'lnct from Flori •tination. Wheth- Bj oi tomorrow, the ■lines positively to P with which tho 1* troops has lieen °y the list of trans oat at the war de lth'B list, 34 steam -1 J. 400 tons down to ports ready to 'Point of invasion. "P°tt fleet of about 50 by the fleet of make a formida sion, exceeding in spectacle of tho w Grid's fair vear. mertoai, Troop. will , (1 c . (ibi » Without Dllliiiilty". I Kingston, Jamaica, June 13.— Tha law awaits the army. Tho fighting pilpsof Uoar-Admiral Sampsons and Commodore Schley have battered down |the coast defenses of Southern Cuba, [and have sealed up Admiral Cervera's fleet in the harbor of Santiago de Cuba by s...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 16 June 1898

No Cripe When you take Hood's PIUs. The big, old-fash loned, sugar-coated pills, which tear you all to pieces, are not in it with Hood's. Easy to take Hood's and easy to operate. Is true of Hood's Pills, which are I I op to date in every respect. 111 gate, certain and sure. All ™ druggists, C. I- Hood & Co.. I.owell, Mass. The only Pills to take with Hood's Sarsaparilia. MOIMiS AT IKE (OUT IIOISE. u*inen"» rraiisii'iKl l».v 111" Superior Court awl I i«t of Instrument* File«l \\ itli < ftiHal. Superior C»»u 1» Thy foliuw in.' :- * '■ ' ' 1 vf I- *: —"" l ";' s icte'l a" Me ■ . ::i*> ■ ■ :- ' h"-i-r >' ' :io \» ft* ending satunl «y, Jiruv 11. Carrie M Kiddie vs Michael il tfelt et h'. <of confirmation tinned. lure estate i f .1 M Weatherwax.de ceased * iiiii'lUf 1 to .111ii<* J 1 and ;i* 1 - liiini>tiul• direc Ito i'.i> ciaims. A O L>amoti v- 1" 1' Whitney et al. Publication of <>t«1 -red. Chehalis C'.-'inty v. .1 \ Hutcheson et ul. Notic.- 1 1 ap i t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 23 June 1898

IH i Harris & Sons" attracts many ■ because they are offering of Kood Bargains J «#;• | ■our wants now, while you them so cheap at Irris & Sons! Hre That Gives Geiinme Special Sales. I G Streets. ABERDEEN. WASH. Breat Inducements in Clothing. j, — J. .. John K. Rogers Thurston Daniels Neal .. Patrick ... Robert Bridges Me W. C. Gay Court —Elmon Gordon, Thos. Bis. . ,C. Koehl'.'r, office, OFFICK, Cheney ('. N. Wilson H. \V . I'. Ciawford ]). McKillip Jackson —A II Kennedy, Charles Wm. Anstie. city government. James Patterson A. Illa.'k I.C. (,'itoss C. \V. 1!. Pearson N. S. Arnold F. K. Jones, N. <i. Kaufman, I. \V, Mason, 11. A. Crites, F. P. Smith. Collector of Customs for Harbor. las. A Hood, SOCIKTI A F. ,v A. M, — Alu'nh'l'!) I.O'lL'e, B, ~r* N<i. r iinniiunicji- M° n!t on the "■■'('(in l l mi l I'OUrth Tuemlay of uttPli iikiiiH) mi 7::n) p. in. ■■ x \uitini; lirolhcrs coriliiilly Invifc<l. p. K. < I nk, W. M. Set-. ■BJ I .' ( IIAI'TKIt. No. 1:1, I!. A. M. he...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 23 June 1898

THE TYRANT OF THE HOUSE. Wlilic Kit}" sleeps— We cannot jump, t r <1.1 ■.•. o: .g, I'hiy jolly f ii.es or do a thin:: T" naike a noise. Ti l floor i!: ! ■_' 11 cr- i!; If we „boul<l Willi:: We - :in s;. a!;, Or breathe, wit:,.- baby - iK. - a l.ost mv should wake the little rl.apl A strict watch nursie :.hv;ivs Uc;'i w i::. sic.;.:-: When ! :■1 \ w a kes lln t little itratltude !.< d.ows. When other i>< -■ •;• le want to iozel At l. lit, whet. tolks have gone to bed, lit- riusi'B them ail up instead. To wait '111 lii::.. Ma light.- tin- lamp, Ami warms milk 1' r the little si-ami ! i a walks him up a- '1 down tin- lloor. Sometimes two lin.irs a:. 1 sometimes more! And nurse comes running ::i u stew, T> sr.' what s' . f. r hiiu '- iu do.' And Will anil Harry. at the rev,-, ('all: "\\ hat's t! matter wit!i I.i:a nowV* 1 And I'm waked up at all the clatter To wonder What '.a earth's the matter! Such uproar ::i il.c !,.••>>• lu t a.kcs, Wht:. I ah.x w aki -1 S" i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 23 June 1898

IBERATORS OF SPANISH AMERICA. r>- -W hi::; by ivoarly a c vuturv in ?hl£<llut «XJ J™™' Sll " r "- »"*«• lyolce. It i* nearly ninety yvar* *huv the terinnin*<Wr«wicHi ,l:; '' «•«• ***>!"« of I. will have t>\oilted in tlio aU>Utlo'i ~t <iunis~,'n'" •r!'t>*"\ ,'''* ", n ' v '" lU,:( " ls that, when . U'-.m th.. conflict in J.SiK.) and ,» . M 3?. ' \ "r' The brave mr sudden* ali Sonih L h L ,m b L bla^f tt ££,„« la,<r - *** U 'T n ha«] Uvn <Irhvn t>»m th«? omtinoirt «• *uUou that was iu>t to Ul» t,. swim' thfir fr»i*],.in. When once tin-tore 1 ! .if Kk.rt-v t,, i , i- i . , rs ssi tt,::, as i- I. ttk bj lit a*. the} were wtJdtJ into a compact urmy by the genius A '"" ri "' ,!, r !r flr " " < lp " n » l« that of Wash srs i-st aat jbsis »b-m. BrwSTfgj; y. ... d msn rsls „f ~th«T men. now forgotten. died that thvir countrv •-1t »« l- lus a,I n'lrtuw ure traditionally. IP.dalgo was k Hod by tin- S. --U'i Th,. „,i... r ai><' vi.:tuvl by their comp...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 23 June 1898

Aberdeen Herald l't'lll.tSIIKI) KVKUV Till'ltsl,AY BY JAMES K. liIKTON AKI> JOHN J, CARNEY. TKUMS OF subscription: One year f'2.00 Six months l.iH) Throe mouths .~»U A:!vertisinu rates on application. Euteivl 111 the postotllee ot Aberdeen, Wash., 11s s>'( "inl class nuiil matter. THURSDAY, JUNE 23, 1898. Notices of hirtl's, marriutres or • 1 ,*nllls printed free, Correspondence desired from nil pnrisof Tile county. Short coinuuutieations on topic* >C public interest, when nccotujinntod by the nunc of the writer, w il! It inserted, the 11 ume >referahly hut not. ueeessarily for publication. NATION'S GREATEST DANGER. I'mler the l.ialing above the lowa State Register, the leading Republican paper < f that state, has the following able editorial up.'ti tne annexation question. We commend il to the land-grabbidg jin goes who are lustily shouting for the ac quisition of Hawaii, the l'liilippines, etc. "The Register firmly believes that the annexation of Hawaii, Cuba, Porto...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 23 June 1898

I I R ' ; ' jj-'- ■ **■* Concern to Furnish Us a Limited l ittcil with Brass s and Weigh Accurately t r; H your |Kiivli:ne-i, and when these ■mi got charge. \v, to and on goods as low, if call, when we shall be pleased ! lUFMAN. «i i ■ F. re the next many for a n san pulled up ■r.'i'. grad- name was fair in tlie Co.'s inorn- dressed by , in town Miehi- years. Mr. Bowes and of Aberdeen, in By days of the on the Harbor. ■I that "once ■traveling rust lor Mining B® of which is in i B icl ' ' ias a yr<juj» V s '" California, H K Coles during ■ train Tuesday for ■is an old tim r (■:i ■ PB been connected l* l erected the first Ptitit! northwest at 18 «2. He i s a well f* ll ° does not look ® rin K mining experi '"j'lred his health. \ Sheriff Creech visited fiiends in Aber deen Sunday. C. J. Johnson took the train Monday j for a brief visit in Spokane. I Alex Hoi in an, the stal vart democrat of Hoquiam, was in town Sunday. i A\ heeler Bros are agents for J. P. Luark's strawberries fresh...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 23 June 1898

ABERDEEN HERALD. PUMIAWI Kveri Thursday. ABERDEEN WABFI. The London editor who tlrst called It "the Yanko-Spanko war" is too bright to be an Englishman. It may be very unehristiatillke for our soldiers and sailors to remember the Maine, but It would he very unnat ural for them not to. A Glasgow merchant has decided that a clerk is not a workingman In the intent of the law. It would lie hard to make the majority of clerks see it. It has boon discovered that corn can be converted Into rubber. Everytiody who boards has long known that lnuf uteak can be converted Into leather. That German astronomer reiterates that he can see a second moon revolv ing around the earth. He'll also see n divorce, probably, unless lie quits drinking. The shipbuilder or Inventor who will add a few knots an hour to the speed of armed cruisers is the one whom naval powers are waiting to rise up and cull blessed. The Manchester X. II.) T'nion says: "A boy cannot lc>t-p his hands clean even If he wash< s t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 23 June 1898

T HAS sailed. IT' V 1 C,„iU for riUnouii inatl.»n. 90.—'T!ie st:.?,. n has rtvoivod the following its lycnt oi Gibraltar: ejo Colon (wit!) tho minister * on hoard >, Alfonzo Doc, Atnonio Isla p amiß , pes iiii ! San Francisco, loft last three (nil troop* on ladron and appears to 'iv in tonai.oan, bound (or African nv officials were satisfied, on oday that tho Cadiz licet had ait tho ehips would go to '' rather than to Cuba, u they this side. it waa ptuntoil his move would In' tho natur -10 ono tor tho Spanish com to takt>, us there was still : loft for thorn to save in Porto IV "aval view is not similar to that B ll >' tllo i>«ny officers. The former ■t attach as much importance to ■pet as tho latter, and few officers ■e found to believe r'.iat the ships fcvor venture far t- iho Spanish I, much less att upt to cross the fctio or to the Philippines. The lot vessels in this Hoot is rather ■ idable in sound, but as a matter lot It includes not more thru two fc-date war vess...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 23 June 1898

~ Much in Little Is especially true of Hood's Pills, for no medi cine ever contained so great curative power in so small space. They are a whole medicine .iPiJ ar%> nop si ehest, always ready, »1- « ■ g! ways .•fflck-ul. :.!«:!>•< ■<;; && gg| £$ Isfactury; rrev-nt a cM g ;J g or fever. ('nr. 1 all liv<-i ills. The only Pills to take with Howl's Sarsniiarllla! A i likK < ('i a j aw as . . ■ '•in s / li'" .: in tli ■ i : . :..i mill mill 1."» ! - I'■ IIJIK-I-ITill.' ! • Owit P- ■•• •■!' !.: • 11. (lc:i th-ro \v i- court n'.r.ntes last week. sti-iii ;■>• r'i .n'«r< i.< For wci i■;i• 11; i .linn' I'. 1 SjS, i miiMicd by j', W. Fleet, mull iKor ..r lini; 8 ifafli.il AbJiri. t I milium.. v.uii!- -;-.no. \V i-.i. I". T Halch t." i 1 •! St all ft al, in>l \ I.<1 .< lot •I, blk 50, Ik.qiiiani —.*l-'. i' iv 1 Iciiiy to i: ;; We d I ,umb r I'o.lot S4,Karr'a Mil' add lluqniaui—sl. II A Hayes in K K L.;i.■, ii'-.. «>f ne'4 sec li-io-lO—ifl -11 I! Ma...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 30 June 1898

IERDEEN HERALD can buy line ■ .4^ 7*: t'\n* X elsewhere, at i I & SONS',; and Clothing Store on the Harbor. j AISEHDEEN. WASH. jjj | as represented or money Ijj I Kl! Lewis K. Rogers Daniels D. Jenkins VV. Young Cheatham H. Winston J. Bridges Ide .. w. I m on Thoe. An- W. Hodgdon G. Deckebach J. OLYHPIA. G. Deckebacti .J. O'B, Scobey VANCOUVET. D. Geoghegan OFFICIALS. A. Sells B. G. Cheney C. N. Wilson D. I'. Creech H. Abel W. F. Crawford I)r. Walston N. D. McKillip K. S. Jackson Kennedy, Charles V; GOVERNMENT. James Patterson Geo. A. Black I. C. Cross C. R. W. I!, l'earson N. S. N. <1. Kaufman, Mason. 11. A. Crites, F. ot Customs Harbor. Jas. A Hood, A. M.—Aberdeen f.odire, 52. Regular coinmnnica :| the Second mi l Fourth |>f each mouth at 7:'.',{) |». in. brothers eordiallv invited. I'. K. < lurk, W. >1. fccHAPTEK, ,Vo. 13, I!. A.M. held on tlic Iruljr. 0, sojourning companions wel -o *B, WeatherwaJs, if. i*. BjMMAXni;y. Xo. K. K. T. i:< -' ''1 oil the sc oii'l ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 30 June 1898

ABERDEEN HERALD. PnMlntled Ei«rjr I'hnraditjr. ABERDEEN WASH. If the Oregon ever goes home again the trip must b > inailo 1 ,v the N.caragua Canal. The matchless exploit of the Oregon never will be repeated. Her homeward trip should be S.IK 10 miles shorter. Hear Admiral Dewey is said to be the finest tenor singer In the American navy, lie is certainly proficient on the "high C." There's no question that dropping dynamite on an enemy from kites gives tills compound a double claim to being a high explosive. Klchard Folsom Cleveland, Infant son of Grover Cleveland, LL. D., has been shot. A wicked reporter took a snap shot at him with a kodak. By the end of the war two facts will be Indisputable—that England has the largest number of ships on the sea and Spain the greatest number beneath it. That the pen is mightier than the sword goes without saying, and when it comes to giving out news of what the sword's doing the blue pencil is also prominent. The Art Journal asserts that '"Chil...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 30 June 1898

■ Bi ! 1 ■ an the for the »r I deli ■ been the iards Span to battle to rough up H i crossed a g the line line Cervera to a for Jamaica, Purmissa in troops. begun, is patch a d r ve n laid. revived new The the to be been to to for that there the the de rated upon the general the to whenever be the military limitation tlie hem officers be- Cum ill i t tee. Itcma. enlisted company L, Sun Francisco. of * 5 52,077,f>07, state taxes chamlier republicans, 101 M *'-»ocia I lets, reactionaries and later news. A belief exists that the true obloc five point t.i I'umum's fleet js not M Hla. but Hawaii ami tinully San Fran- Ji SS id this afternoon •. ■ tin . panish government is aetive. . preparing to dispatch reinforcements " 1 orto Hico bv the first available transportation. A special dispatch from Fiume. a seaport town „f Austio-llungarv, s;ivs an Austrian vessel is on tier wnv to ti;o Ihi ippines with 500 torpediis, "in termed for the Spanish fleet." The navy department on Monday posted t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 30 June 1898

Aberdeen Herald. rrr.Lisirkd every Thursday ry JAMES F. GIRTON and JOHN J.CARNEY. TERMS OF subscription: One year f'2.00 Si \ months 1-9® Three months £0 Advertising rates on application. Entered nt the postofllce at \herdeen, Wash., as second class mail matter. «k THURSDAY, JUNE 30. IS9S. Nn'ir «>f births. marrmtres nr deaths printed free. < "orrespondencc nesired from all p.irtsof the i : ,i?y. >hort communications Oil topic-s iif ) interest, w li.':i iieeompaiii"d by the name of the writer, will he inserted, the name preferably hnt not in - irily for pnhtication. A THREE-RINGED CIRCUS, The Washington late Journal, and other Populist papers, are advocating the holding of but one state convention this fall l y the fusion forces of the state, to be held as a Peoples party convention. This is an invitalic'ii thai might be reciprocate 1 by inviting the Populists and Silver Re publicans to join the Democrats in one convention, but we do not make it be cause a three-ringed circ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 30 June 1898

■ i I led I Bed I of! in r on vis has street i the H cordial of to the the ad been mates their time Airs. on the for miles on 4th, week showed to business on saw a herring off the his brother South bav, was Tim McClosky logs cut and have donkey for them at Tacoina. donkey at *\ork July 10. SMOKE "SELECT" AND "THINK OF ME" CIGARS. I B -' - \ ' j ".-v^ C J IS? -i v "'' fi -'"' p oj is;sfi Us 3 Limited Hid. Bhps.ml Wcioh Accurately t >11)1110111 (' at mice. ■>.'! youi-])uivh;n,.;, and when these' :rt it .-vale tree of charge. V,'i ■"••>' our tr;u 11'; to draw ■mi.l to show our old their trade. ■prices on goods as low, if — | ftarly cull, when we shall be pleased ! fcvo. Jy yours, j UFMAN. I. Harris it Sons have men's suits as low as f4.5(). Harry Heermans was up from llo quiam Tuesday. Blockhouse Suiith, of Montesano, was on our streets Tuesday. AL E. Dudley has moved into his new house west of the hospital. Frank Stanley, an organ maker of Chi cago, had business in the city d...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 30 June 1898

TlrOlD AHDTfflcNcw® BWW: IT IS a far cry from the old wood en frigate Constitution to the great irou-olad Oregon, a sli.it from one of whose thirteen-ineh gu::s. well aimed, would easily persuade the old-timer she had missed iter calling and had better "heave to." And John I'aul Jones, whose victory over the Serapis in revolutionary times has made his name familiar to every Amer ican schooling, would Ivo ijulte ns much passe on board "Fighting F.oli" Kvans' lowa as the Hon Homme ard, his flagship, would be in Hear Ad miral Sampson's squadron. Time makes thrusts that the best of naval commanders cannot parry, <uid the most that any man can hone to do is to keep t:;> with the times. From th" (treat, unwieldy wooden frigates and schooners of the revolutionary period, with their nine ui:d twelve pound guns, am] from oco to l.noo tons dlsplaeo inent, our navy has progressed to the type of the lowa. the Indiana and the Oregon, whose mammoth steel hulks displace ll.Ot'O tons of water...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 30 June 1898

•J 7? ■■**&; ■ re - we re tiie re ir.lx— six. were there mtv ■ burned there there ■ it. T«»m!" H make rep<»rt!" that — gun things ■ before lie ■that." nod- Hrilsou, look- H sober and Hut it would Bold musket Br. when he I the old rev bat off when t. isn't she?" oing to mind for he was the [her demur. I ' 7 i?\ \ir Ik3~^Sv x \ pl! I ~ GLARING ed the two ore arduous gest Fourth ; were "help fs at labor, s yet. worse with veral years • record be illant Ciun li that went , glory that j ardor. caused his | ■ (jii the neat had said to • »y* of May, lti> wife. HejKbrother, o if' Hid. No. las ion. lie l> of the pen ' ed to share it. I'll try TttratT" here, pet the boys pin?." su jested 'in sort of away from "r there than »»Xanco, I'll f m ,| husband a quick »into his eye a pertain ■** 'Parkk- »he ns>-d to SO * l War ' was vv °nt to m* tide of a naval hat ■ W J" J 1 ? "pnllini; tin- iiun IM 'Wit minute." Iger' *' b "»'ev,.r. She hear.l IV ?. " ftPr llis depart |jtW fc^une. F ...

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