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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 5 May 1892

MINGS talis the Fami ered Tribe. ■ CENTENNIAL I Wedding—Militia Vestport As -1 Notes. F) city will be full of jay afternoon and you doing to enter- lie Hungry. ig centennial cele puble presence of city, the ladies of ieties have united i be given in the i occupied by D. E. Saturday, May 7, t menu will consist sd in various at beans, vegetables it rolls, cake, pie, committee of ladies ! and give them an laking this enter ed of its kind ever > others than in tl charge of twenty . Do not forget, n Saturday even- I • County Union. *e, national organizer, , will be here Sunday lold a Gospel temper -16 of the churches in hat date. Monday fol mvention of the various rill be held in Aberdeen if organizing a county red that there be a large [all parts of the county. lotel Management. ■is severed his connec .luramercial hotel on F come the proprietor of itel on the corner of F i. He has re papered, nerally overhauled the hade it one of the best I cjty. "Stap's" popn experience in the hotel...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 5 May 1892

THEY DO NOT MARKY. WHY YOUNG PEOPLE FIND SINGLE ' BLESSEDNESS SO COMFORTABLE. If They Got M»rrle»l They Would Have to Muke a Grout Many Sacrifices, or So They Think, ami us a Result They Keep Away from the Knot of Hymen. It is an oft repeated remark that New York is the finest place in the republic to live in—if you are rich. But it is worse than the meanest suburb, the dreariest of western "boom towns," the dullest country village—if yon are poor. This is the criticism of the person who does not contemplate life as a possibil ity—or an agreeable possibility—without society, in the narrow sense of the word: without the pleasures that como from money, without the social standing that a good bank account gives, without be ing able "to keep'np with the proces sion" of those who are well dressed, well fed, well situated and well off. Singularly enough, those who demand these things—who will not accept mar ried life without them—are generally not well supplied with this world's goods. Pe...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 5 May 1892

|ESS HEREDITARY. ilresser in a Learn«d Dts on the Subject. heads, now," said a hair ifessed to know all abont cy and its causes, "thoy lue to heredity as are ,ck heads, curly heads are not curly. And so commonly bald and io uncommonly? There id men of science who fact to strengthen their gh hat theory of bald 'ect to believe, and in elief, that the high silk d felt hat are responsible baldheaded men, the un •e of such headgear con ood vessels which nour bs, and thus destroying ierties, the result being roots and unavoidable aess. Women, say these a tors, do not injore the air by such means, and chronically bald, are right, but I don't be •body knows that man, ;he family, has to go to ay there in the capacity dwinner. The strain of life most severe on the man in t He it is who suffers the nd battles against the disap b of business, speaking of life I. What makes men prema- I? Just these anxieties and If prematurely old, why not ly bald, which is a natural ac ent of untimely age? Woma...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 5 May 1892

ORDINANCE NO. 75. An ordinance to authorize the creation of an in()tbt«infss hy lliecily ut Abenltrn to I lie amount of ;4MmO.UO <•* muni cipal |>Ui puses. ani providing f.wa pec ial election to be beiil in said ol», that the i>ln 'up< o( said city may vole f«»r the ratification or r.-j vtion oi th ■ -ame. The city -ouucii of tne city of Aberdeen do ordain as follows: J-ection 1. Pur>-u.int to tin- provisi >n« of an act of the ieji-iature of the state of Washington. entitled, "An ait to author ize ci ie- and to a lis to horiow money foi tr.iinicipal purposes *.nd to issue negotia able b-Mid* therei-w,'* approved Man-It 7. 1891. by the governor <>f said state. and pursuant to (lie provisions of an net of the legi-'.ature <■( the stair of Washiiigt"U, entitled, '"An ac. authorizing and em powering cities and towns organized prior to the adop ion of the state constitution to extend tneir credit and to fund thei* indebtedneas. and validating certain in debtedn...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 12 May 1892

Pr IW AND THEN I Centennial Celebration of Eaptain Gray's Discovery. I? DISTINGUISHED VISITORS 's Ghost Comes Back to Contrast Slovenly Siwash with the Gath ig of Beauty and Wit at the qui am Ball and Press Banquet. was about 11 o'clock, May 7, when xcursionists arrived at Ocosta, hav i the party members of the Wash -11 Historical eociety, representatives i press, mayors and local committees leveral hundred enthusiastic men romen. M'a extended a coridal welcome igh its mayor and reception corn ier in the day the Olympia delega arrived and added one hundied to lirong that crowed and had posses of the town. iringthe afternoon Unity hall was I to overflowing by an interested ence, including many old settlers, tar prayer bv Rev. G. W. Clancy an ess of welcome was delivered by or Deckebach. It was responded to ilayor Huson of Tacoma. Ie oration of the day which was full ietoric interest, was delivered by Hon. ood Evans, president of the state orical society. hile this was in progress man...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 12 May 1892

VEGETARIAN JTAKK A WOMAN WHO EATS NO MEAT AND LIVES ON $1.30 A WEEK. Mrs. Le Fevre, of New Tork, Tells About Her Diet of Nuts, Grains ami Fruits. It Is Really Very Attractive —Some- thing About Those Who Eat Meat. Why is it there are only about 200 vegetarians in New York city, less than the number in either Boston or Chicago? In the latter city visits to the sanguinary meat packing establishments have driven people to a nonmeat diet, and there iswi large and increasing class that forages upon the fruits, nuts and leaves of the earth. These facts were communicated to me the other day by Mrs. Le Favre, the leader of New York's vegetarian 200. She has not eaten meat for four years. A diet of nuts, fruits and seeds she claims is more wholesome and much cheaper than one composed of flesh. Her thirty day experiment of living on her favorite foods at the lowest possible cost was recently told of. She brought her table board down to $ 1.30 a week. She claims that with this she committed ma...

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 1892

It oiu LAGOON, if Formation on tta* North- Coast of California. rthern coast of California, miles below the month of i river, is one of the most natural formations to be country, known as the Big e the coast, which runs ith up to this point, takes a inland, bordered by very running to a distance of miles, then turning out a sharp bay almost V :'or ages past a sand bar has ; itself up across this bay • has raised up out of the en or twelve feet, having a mt 100 feet and a length of reaching across the entire s in the shape of a roof, is a storm the breakers will ide of it, break over, and a the bay inside, and it is t to stand there and watch lountain high on one side y calm on the other, the the two at intervals hidden a sort of short cut and can on horseback. In a storm i will one minute be high land, the next minute a will roll up and running rse's feet to the depth of a more, the rider will be for an four miles or so at sea on horse ith no land nearer than the high f the mainland...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 12 May 1892

Aberdeen heraiu. Tbanwiay. - - May If, 1892 ISSUED EVERY THURSDAY BY — F. R. WALL, - - Editor asd Proprietor TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION : One year, in advance f2 00 Si* months 1 00 Three months 75 ftdYertising rates on application. F.ntered at the postoffice at Aberdeen, Wash., «s second class mail matter Weekly Meteororloglcal Report U» 8. Weather Bureau. Station. Aberdeen. Washington Week ending Wednesday, May 11,159-.L TKM PER ATI* RE ' * —,T- S DATE. | J. S r WEATHER. 35 ! 1 * ; * s a. Thursday.. 51.3 jSO 12 .05 Clear Friday 48 -25 54 .53 Cloudy Saturdav. 4* 55 37 .10 Fair Sundav." 50.25 58 37 .00 Monday 54.6 67 48 73 ruesdav 49.25 56 43 .08 Cloudy. Wednesday.. 4J.B_ 50 3j .00 Fair Prevailing dire?tion of wind during the week west. W. B. Mack, Weather Bureau Observer. BONDS OK SO BONDS? If all who oppose bonds are to be met at the outset with the denunciation that their opposition is based purely on "'per sonal and spiteful individual feeling," they must make up their minds to hear s...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 12 May 1892

ING EXPENSE Ist for Routine Business llow a Few Bills. |)N OF THE HOSPITAL [at Upon—New Enterprises and South Sides—Contra stials Captured—lnterest of Personals and Brevities iting Wednesday evening, ent: Mayor, i.ood, Linn, lancial report and report collections read and re :e committee. b Keyes' reports (old and referred to finance com er's report for April ac t earnestly recommended of all sewers. It was re chairman of committee on lights look after this re upon the return of health Bd that the city attorney land in a regular monthly rater superintendent lor accepted. lidewalk in South Aber ble. or transfer of liquor license :ith to Cumstock & Bowes rrection. larley Johnson for trans iuse granted. on from N. B. Colman, $1.5 •"> a foot assessment on i, instead of amount as [ to city attorney, ordinance No. 40, in re ngone per cent of receipts bridge, read. ; bills were allowed: .TERWORKS FUND. $42 35 2 17 19 00 3 19 9 00 Jo 11 95 lidt !.! 14 25 >n 9 00 SEWER FUNn. ick $ 5...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 12 May 1892

COCOANUT J. XtUJiiS. THEY ARE GROWN VERY SUCCESS FULLY IN SOUTH FLORIDA. Although Introduced Only Sixteen Year* Ago, the State Could Not Now Do Very Well Without Them—Some of the Many Uses the Cocoanut Is Put To. While the cocoanut tree abounds in South Florida it is not a not a native of the section nor has the fruit been culti vated here for any great length of time. About sixteen years ago a Bahama vessel was wrecked off the coast, near Jupiter inlet. Soon after the waves be gan bringing the cargo ashore, among which were found a largo number of cocoanuts. Residents were very few in this section at that time, but they gathered together and appropriated whatever came to them. These cocoanuts were considered great prizes and were at once planted. The soil was found to be favorable to the growth and they thrived wonderfully. Thus was introduced the culture of the nut upon the soil of the North American continent. In Dade county, one of the southernmost counties of the state, which h...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 12 May 1892

DARKNESS. The night has • thousand eyes. And the day bat one; Yet the light of the bright world dies With the setting sun. The mind has a thousand eyes. But the heart but one; Yet the light of the whole life dies When love is done. —New York Press. m SIDE OF A TALK. idy November evening closed in id dismal, threatening wild in the night. The tea things y early, we gathered aronnd the lof us in chosen cozy corner, g, quiet evening, listening to I and the surf, half looking for ecked crew to come tons, when itsteps sounded outside and our Robinson Crusoe bounded in, acket and fishing boots dripping in and salt spray, his cheeks and his black eyes snapping 1 started up with the same quick of what was the matter, fancy )rts of mishaps to his lighthouse lory to account for his appear he storm and darkness from the ide of the always rough chan ; be seated himself serenely near \ merely saying by way of an- Vell, how's things over your hank you, marm, 1 won't come r the fire; Til set ri' d...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 12 May 1892

WITH PEN AND INK. BY L. H. W. *'l*p to her chambei window A light wire trellis goes. And up this Romeo's ladder Clambers a bold white rose. I 1 ounce in the ilex shadows, I see the lady leau. Unclasping her silken girdle. The "urtains folds between. She smiles on her white-rose lover. She reaches out her hand And helps him in at the viudow— I see it where I stand! To her scarlet lips she holds him. And kisses him many a time— Ah, me! it was he that won her Because he dared to climb!" If literati re is the historian, events at least acquire the diginity of ancient history before literature records them Now that western land booms are parts ot a safely burried past, fiction is busy wi'h the remain*. In the May issue of the Century magazine are four stories three serials and one short story, al! about the new West; in three of them the interest t'irns directly on the building ot Western towns. Many minds seem sud denly wakfd to a realization that the new commercial aspects of tnis coun...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 19 May 1892

U vi. WAVERING SOLONS re May, and May Not Have a Bond Election. ■astsiders scare council hey Deolare They Will Defeat the Bonds and the Council Orders Attor ney to Prepare Repealing Ordinance,. But Fails to Pass It This Morning. rhe city council met in adjourned seting last evening. Present: Hood, nn, Thomas, Taft, Stewart; Tuft in the tir. ftiomas moved that members of the Idge company be invited to come before t council and state what they would be lliug to do in case the city bought the dge. Application for transfer of liquor license ioeeph Keith to Cumstock & Bowes: erred to finance committee. Lmount of bill of Cumming & Cook $435. 35, for water supplies, allowed water fund. i. J. West stated to the council that had no proposition to make on the tof the bridge company; that he had led what the company would do some oths ago. As to easement, he would charge anything for it and would give legal guarantee the council might re ■e, so far as he could sell and deed, hoinas sai...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 19 May 1892

Where Spools Are Made. "Oxford county. Me., turns out nearly - all of the spools on which the thread of this country is wound," said a wholesale notion dealer. "The spools are uiade from white birch timber, and they are produced by the million in Oxford coun ty. There are many other points in west ern Maine, also, where the industry is important. There are many sawmills in that part of the state which are kept busy the year around sawing white birch logs into strips four t'eet long and from one to two inches wide and of the same thickness. "These strips are sent to the spool fac tories, where they are quickly worked into spools by most ingenious labor sav ing machinery. The strips of white birch are fed into one machine, and they are not touched, in fact are hardly seen, again until the spools, all finished for market except polishing, drop out by the bushel from another machine several rods away from where the strips started in. The Bpools get their gloss by being rabidly revolved ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 19 May 1892

HER INFINITE VARIETY. t km her »» "Faith," when the su nltght ateala 1 Through the church's heavy air; k «dljutt saint, by my side she kneels. And her soul goes np in prayer. ff um her M "Charity," when her purse Km* ainyi another mite ToUtt th. wAht of poverty's cure# A»4 oak* soma weary heart light. Rut when she stands in an earthly gtfae, With her perfect love confessed, • th* trusting glaace of her brilliant eyea. It's as "Hope" that I loved her beat. fturj Romaine In Ladies' Home Jonrnal. gtadles In Psychology. One rainy morning in October 1 sat uetly reading my paper, when there ddenly came to me the realization t t 1 was not alone. In the midst of . perusal of the stock market quota os, 1 experienced the peculiar and in icribable psychic phenomena which Hate the presence of another living lag. As lam somewhat nearsighted, ii my custom to hold the paper rather «e to my face when reading; and yet, th it in this position on the morning question, I was positive there waa ne one s...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 19 May 1892

Aberdeen Herald. Thursday. - - May Itt. IBS 2 ISSUED EVERY THURSDAY *T f. B_ WALL, - - Ehitoe nil PuriiC7bi tiui or fTMCLirnoj- OUfW.iBkITUK c Oil ■■lis months ... id/ Taree month# 7» Advertising rata ob application. Entered at the poatoffice at Aberdeen, Wa-h., «« second class mail naitf i TAKE CAREFUL NOTICE. Saturday, according to the wording of the notice of special election, the citizens •rf Aberdeen will Tote upon the questions "'Whether the said city of Aberdeen through its council snail be anthorized and empowered to create and incur in debtedness for municipal purposes to the amount of forty thousand $40,u00) dol lars," and also the question provided for by said ordinance No. 76, "whether or not the city of Aberdeen shall borrow the sum of forty thousand ($40,0u0; dollars for atrictly municipal purposes and issue and sell its negotiable bonds theiefor." One question, the question of borrow ing $40,0(11) and issuing aegotiable bonds theielor, is all that should have been sub...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 19 May 1892

[county W. C. T. U. Members of Unions of Chehalis County Meet at Aberdeen. Interesting city news notes Sonquests of Cupid—Electric Railway Company to be Sued—Memorial Day Program—Small Blaze—R. R. Sub sidy—^Births, Briefs and Personals. On Wednesday members of the various H C. T. U. unions met in Aberdeen for he purpose of organizing a county union, lie following delegates were present: torn Elma—Mrs. T. E. McMullen. ennie Watson and MissEtfie Wakefield; lontesano —Mrs. L. W. Colman and S. 1. Gone; Cosinopolis— Mrs. A. A. Wil -311 ami H. F. White; Hoquiam—Mrs. 1. M. Murphy, A. B. Karr, J. W. Reed ndE. H. France: Aberdeen —Mrs. J. I. stewart, R. B. Campbell, M. A. Rob rson, G. L. Chamberlain, Louise Coch m, W. H &heariuan. G. E. Lackey, J. u Bailey, J. Walker, O. M. Kellogg, M. i, Clyde, Mary Tent and MissE. W. Mb fejll. Honorary members—Dr. Lackey ndßev. Craig. The meeting convened in the Congre itioiiul cnnrch and Mis. Lackey was illed to the chair to open the meeting, hich she...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 19 May 1892

SCATTER SEEDS OF KINDNfcSB. If we knew the baby lingers Pressed against the window pane, Would be cold and still tomorrow— Never trouble as again - Would the bright eyes of our darling Catch the frown upon our brow? Would the prints of rosy fingers Vex as then as they do now? Ah! those little. Ice cold fingers. Bow they point our memories back To the hasty words and action Strewn along oar backward trackl Bow those little hands remind as. As In snowy grace they lie. Not to scatter thorns—bat roses— For oar reaping by and by. —Old Song. PUNCH'S EXAMPLE. The first class smoking carriage was the emptiest in the whole train, and even this was hot to suffocation, because my only companion denied me more than inch of open window. His chest, he explained curtly, was "susceptible." As we crawled westward through the glaring country, the sun's rays beat on the carriage roof till 1 seemed to be crushed under an anvil, counting the strokes. 1 had dropped my book and was staring listlessly out ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 19 May 1892

CHARLEY'S PRECIOUS PAIR. Deception of a Trusting Maid " by a Young Man. He had the air of a man of the world. His dress was becoming and not too Xjwv. He seemed to be an individual w ho had dined well, who would tell mod stories at the club. Stretched oat in the barber's chair in Mm hairdresser's room 011 School street, nstead of settling down with that in herent, self satisfied air that usually pines over a man in that situation, he eemed troubled. He looked about from hair to chair, and yet he was not happy. ;he barber shaved him and was so im- that he even forgot to talk him g death. Then the man sat 'bolt up jght in the chair and took an envelope [oni his pocket. It was scented; the irber could tell that. It was written 1 a lady's hand too. The strange man opened it, took out a ote, read it over and over again, then ■cm its folds withdrew a lock of hair. ; wa9 golden, and the victims who were aiting for their turn in the chair saw |m kiss the sunny lock and put it back 1 the env...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 19 May 1892

THE FIRST VICTORY Baseball Season on the Harbor is Opened at Cosmopolis. ABERDEEN DEFEATS MILLMEN An Interesting Gams Up to the Fifth Inning, After Which the Cosmopoli tans Are Shut Out and the Slaughter Of the Innocents Is Begun. "We have met the enemy, and they are ours!" Give us other worlds to conquer! The baseball season on Grays harbor was inaugurated last Sunday at Cosmop olis, and the handsome new suits of the lumbermen, worn so jauntily before the game as to make them favorites with the betters, were baptised in defeat at the hands of the Aberdeen cohorts. About 2p. m. the steamer Aberdeen conveyed the Aberdeen players and a large party of admiring friends to the scene of combat. A few showers of rain failed to dampen the ardor of the players, and the innings were rattled off at a lively rate —iu fact several of them were too short and sweet for anything. The boys over the water are experts at hitting a buzzing saw with a log, but they couldn't do a good job with the buz zi...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
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