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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 13 July 1893

The art Of advertising Consists in Getting The greatest results For The least money. ( f»l. VII. , gOPBEIQ^gETEPr SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. J TWO GREAT AM ATT.. . ~ATTERIES. Carter and Kedzio of \ . . • mid Coogau and Bayno of Penut,} i vitnla. Two of the greatest amateur batteries on the diamond this season are Pitcher Carter and Catcher Kedzie of Yale and Pitcher Bayno and Catcher Coogan of the Univer sity of Pennsylvania. \V. P. Carter, the loans Yale giant, is undoubtedly the blue's best pitcher. Carter could give acrobatic pointers to "Carmencita" Evring, the ex- KKDZIE. BAYNE. COOGAN. CARTE I!. New York twirler. He is very tall and slen der and looks liko a stork in distress when be stands on one leg, doubles up as though deeply pained, tangles the ball up some where about his anatomy and shoots it trom him with a jerk as ho uncoils himself. He fa so tall that a fly has to got pointed for a very high roost in order to escape be ing pulled down. He has perfect command of the ball and...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 13 July 1893

Aberdeen Heraid. Thursday. - - July 13, 1893 tSBUED EVERY TIIURSDAV F. R. WALL, - Editob and Publisher TEEMS OF PI'BSCB:rTIOX: One year, In advance 12 00 Six mouths ] 00 Three months 75 Advertising rates on application. Entered at the postomce at Aberdeen, Wash., a? second class mail matter. Notices of births, marriages or deaths printed free. Obituaries, cards of thanks, or resolu tions of sympathy, etc., oue-half regular rcad iug notice rates. Every one lias a remedy—theoretical— for these hard times. What we need is something practical. It has come to light that some of the cowboy racers, and among them the winner, did a good deal of their racing while sound asleep in a hack, with their horses trotting patiently along in the rear. They worked this trick by night, and it is apparent to any fair-minded man that the prizes should be given to the horses and not to the men. —Ex. The pension bureau has notified a great many pensioners throughout the entire country who are drawing a pen...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 13 July 1893

brief mention. II flilier's for underwear; I ice cream every day at Reinboth Bros.' I f1,,. North Bend left Hoquiam last I ,eek. lumber laden. I port Townsend went democratic at the I f ;i v election Monday. I Secretary Hoke Smith left Washington I (jtrSaturday on his trip west. I Dean Applegate, of Tacoma, was down I M a professional visit Sunday. Mrs- 0. M. Kellogg came homo Satur day, f rom a v ' B ' l on t ' ie oun( l- Huis Stoecke is in San Francisco now, tad will remain there for a week or bo. 0. F. White was in town on the 10th, jetting the wherewith to pay off the boys. The tennis club is having a court made M G street, between Heron and Wish- Railroad tickets to Chicago will, after Kit Sunday, be one fare for the round ill who ilrink beer consider Wclnlinrd's «« bent. C. E. Ilurrowa & Co., Agents, jb»rdeeo. J. R. Evans and E. E. Scliofield left Monday for a huntiug expedition up jbove Elina. Fred Redinger went down to the beach Monday to get bis family settled ;down lor...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 13 July 1893

WITH PEN AND INK. V« ' > »Y t. 11. W. J 7? _ I The questioh of property in ideas is a I delicate one, tyid yet wo all feel that; there should bo Some recognition of own ership attaching to these airy belongings. One is constantly coming upon familiar thoughts re-clad, sometimes only a little more fashionably and not intrinsically better, but again a poetical thought comes to its own in finding new expres sion, then we aro glad Cinderella marries the Primus and need never more wear rags. It is surprising to note the remind ers, in a single week's desultory reading, of tho reading of other weeks and years. In somo beautiful linos in tho July At lantic, part of an article by Edith M. Thomas, called, "In tho Heart of sum mer", we find these lines: "The tanager alights and dips his wing, Once, twice, and thrice, and then, with sudden spring, Ho shakes tho moisture from his scarlet , plumes, And carries fire into the willow glooms." Although forty years before Thoreau said, in a letter...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 20 July 1893

BERDEEN HERALD OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE CITY OF ABERDEEIT. sgjpgff- qU/VRANT^ED^ ADDRESS: SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. BOUNTY HAPPENINGS. (toDlam: | thus been dangerouly ill I is still in a precarious icune to town Monday, uoand for inducements lid families to town. Hughes is commencing n of three cottages at a ich—one on 10th and two bal E. V. Ruger was in ind appointed Tom Soulo logo the Queets and take wreck lying there and la ii and fire brick. «r: * / Forrest Bell held services 1 church last Sunday. T was seen about three ut Sunday evening, pro ny to Astoria. m returned Wednesday, T his assignee, who, it is ibe Bhingle mill for the wlitors. steal ftnd brilliant corres i>«T*eonia Ledger, writing Ewutii of July celebration, wuufaAle statement that V "lias passed into the fu istrawberries with which been afflicted this season imphasise the lact. that a ing for surplus stock is an ity. It is practically im li a market for the berry igton in the Evergreen tp is growing to immense d will prov...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 20 July 1893

Aberdeen Herald. Thursday. - - July 20, 189 a ——i. • — ISSUED EVERY THURSDAY BY F. R. WALL, - Editob and Pcblisiikr TBKM9 OF SUBSCRIPTION: One year, in advance J2 00 Hl* months 1 00 Three months 75 Advertisingrateson application. Entered at the postofllce at Aberdeen, Wash., ai second class mail matter. Notices of births, marriages or deaths printed free. Obituaries, cards of thanks, or resolu tions of sympathy, etc., one-half regular read ing notice rates. These are the genuine dog-(gone) days. The railroad is like Banquo's ghost—lt wont down on the north side. The Herald is cutting its clothes short to suit the weather—and the times. Somebody lias tied a fine bunch of Fourth of July fire crackers to the big comet's tail. The rumor that Secretary Smith was coming out to tho Sound turns out to be a hoax myth.—Tacoma News. Hoke Smith, "the tool of corpora tions," seems to have bored one of them by his decision in the lieu land cases. Who would be a congressman, and wrestle with the s...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 20 July 1893

mention. Imily are camping out M d family are rusticat- yesterday for the »as in Montesano on pi and family went to lr * ylag came down from k went up to Olympia »timber buyer, is in |ir timber lands. itn, on Friday, July Mis. I. W. Emery, a irbage are said to be b in Commencement I, of the steamer Al ii collecting tour this ho has been over ta itomed to Portand yes bu hie two new boilers hpes to start up before pother-in-law of W. B. lia visit from Port An- I made a great hit it I appeared in just such 2t it up U Tacoma yester over to Portland to see Kon. who has been visiting i, left yesterday for his », Minn. T. W. Lucas sailed for It week lumber laden rax mill. one of the Aberdeen Creek, Ore., came over kis family. iFrank Peterson, two lof Westport, were in yesterday. risen, Wash., on Wed i 1893, to Mr. and Mrs. »10-pound boy. . «w4 wholesome beer, 'V toaan emblem of luck, I Md. The present game kind a "ringer" is a fcmnicht received last krtment of new goods, tared to suit all ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 20 July 1893

THE BIGGEST TURNED VASE HOW WASHINGTON CEDAR IS SHOWN AT THE FAIR. A Mammoth Vase Six Feet High Turned from a Single Block of Cedar Wood— Durability of the Wood Shown—Crit icism of Washington by Mr. Edward Atkinson, the Boston Statistician. Washington State Building,) World's Fair Grounds. ) Chicago, 111., July 15, 1893. [Special Corresponence.] Red cedar has always been an impor tant and favorite wood in the great Northwest. When the hardy frontiers man pushed his way into the unknown wilderness of the Pacific Northwest, he found that he could construct himself a temporary shelter by felling one of these fine trees and splitting it into long planks and into small boards for "ahakeß," the old fashioned shingles, and for frames, BhaUes, etc. The wood is so evenly grained and so easy to split that it was readily used by all the early settlers for building houses, barns, fences and drains. To this day the red cedar is largely used for all these purposes by the far mers of the Puget Sou...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 27 July 1893

BERDEEN HERALD OFFICIAL PAPER OIF 1 THE CITY OF ABEBDEEIT. QUARawtsTED. address: oati ptansjoco. c?.*.. IS. 8. MONTEREY. • Land-Lubber— Some-' Mt Her Armament. Iter's first impression of low lying at anchor near It disappointingly mild ,*ith her deck a few feet K awnings fluttering and kg in holiday fashion, fed platform, covered by ling and surmounted by r deck and pilot house iber the impression of a fmmmer hotel with the i moonlight dances than if modern warfare. The j|trousers, anchored col t caps, are but a decora- Mid the brass-bound, 18, though ready for con jready for blood. Even ithe two big guns, "Bet bouncing girls of fear (lhe two smaller, "Baby toy McKee," though at an imaginary foe, are wr-like; and as for the i£teel that protect the vi (ttp, they are painted a i white, and are no more fangth than so much ' ob tobelow, past the long 'ith its hard wood buffets lie appointments, past the re the sailors eat by day fr hammocks by night, rorldly goods hanging in |inst the s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 27 July 1893

Aberdeen lieniM. Thursday. - - July 27. 1893 ISSUED EVERY THURSDAY BY F. R. WALL, - Editop and I'dblishkii TK[IMS OP subscription: One year, in advance . .. ?2 00 Six months . 1 00 Three months 75 Advertising rates on application. Entered at the postortlce at Aberdeen, Wash., a* second class mail matter. Notices of births, marriages or deaths print ed free. Obituaries, cards of thanks, or resolu tions of sympathy, etc., one-half regular read ing notice rates. THE SITUATION. A careful review of tho situation here and elsewhere shows a condition in the Grays Harbor country favorable to this locality, when compared with other points. This, it is true, is not very boast ful; but it is something worth knowing in times like these. He who says there is a scarcity of labor for tho amount of work to be done, deliberately mis-repre sents the facts, and works a hardship up on this locality. But most of tho saw mills on the Harbor are running, and it is probable that the shingle mills will soon...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 27 July 1893

MENTION. lB jU started up Tuesday. gill left yesterday for the p, Allen went down to the (fdnley left yesterday for Vk.li. if City of Aberdeen is now o-8e»ttlo oute. I i Graham left last week for jew Brunswick. Jen has moved his office, f street near Heron. Ik at the Pioneer Dairy, if milk and good measure. * n, who has been visiting «oders, left yesterday for Arnold, who has been visit ifoir and eastern relatives unday. | this week put a new cap •beet bridge. To do this, If to lift the main body of iherwax came back Satur lp to the Sound. He fur ot the series of interviews Birbor situation. A. Young and J. C. Pear rday for South Bend, to be l trial o! the case of Alex It the Aberdeen Packing commissioners and the iy and ex-county attorney pm a statement of facts in icascs, which will be sub • Irwin for his decision. tins, recently appointed by kham of California to suc tanford in the U. S. senate, llifornia in 1855, where he reer as a teamster and log liy the assignee of the Wot mi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 27 July 1893

C'HKHAI.IS COUNTY HAPPENINGS. From The Washington lan: Hoquiam Mill Co. is cutting two hun dred car sills, each 65 feet long, for an Indiana firm. Capt. Symons was in town last week, and announced that the jetty works were progressing fiinely Oscar Mersereau bought a 75 foot lot on K street and Mrs. Maiieu Actkison bought one on K street this week, both are about to build. Tom McDonald went to the Sound Monday to see about a route for the Clan McDonald. It is Dot decided whether he will sell her or run her himself. Commander in Chief of the State G. A. K. has in his general orders appointed a state camp fire at Westport August 15th, at which the state executive officers will be present. From Ocosta Pioneer: It is repotted that a well known West port man was burned in effigy a few eve nings ago in Westport-on-the-sea. Little Gerald Cloney had one of his hands quite severely jammed between cars on the tramway one day this week. The Pioneer still continues to take sil ver dollars on su...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 3 August 1893

ABERDEEN HERALD I £VE?Wf>AIFS QUARANT^EDT 1 ADDRESS: SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. H PEN AND INK. BY L. H. W. tips, unreasonable to expect ion steadily producing work we) of his best, and yet it is It that we should do so as gootinued excellence of qual ibric bearing a favorite trade nft of a well-known loom. In (danger of a reputation made ' before the writer has the ill sustain himself at the touched. Delightful books, "A Win rams" and "The Little Minis- UI us to hope much of Bar lat is not tulfilled by his iblished "Tillylosg Scandal", we the situation so cleverly > Stockton in his "flkceased ler," the fatal excellence of mdering the public intolerant ior successor. Tammas Hag imorist, who is such an en ire in the crowded canvas »f t Minister," has the fore i himself in "The Tillyloss He is the same Tammas writ tap that the reader has a ttnaoess in his substance. In thole volume, which comprises besk story a number of short (ins the impression of being in of old material, and yet, to...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 3 August 1893

Aberdeen herald. Thursday. - - August 8, 1893 [SSUED EVERY THURSDAY F. R. WALL, - Kditoh and PitßLlSHin TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: Olio year, in advance 12 00 Six mouths 1 00 Three months 75 Advertising rates on application. Entered at the postollice at Aberdeen, Wash., a< second class mail matter. Notices of births, marriages or deaths printed free. Obituaries, cards of thanks, or rcsoln tious of sympathv, etc., one-half regular read ing notice rates/ THOSE ATTORNEYS' FEES AGAIN. It is certainly remarkable that the pre sent. board of county commissioners agreed with the county attorney and ex couuty attorney upon tho statement of facts in the matter of attorney's fees in delinquent tax cases, without haviug the county represented by any other lawyer than the county attorney, who also ap peared as attorney for himself. Common decency, as well as professional etiquette, should have compelled the two lawyers to suggest tho propriety of calling inothei professional aid; but with such a ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 3 August 1893

MENTION. kjj- day at Rein both Bros.' j k was over from Portland j nine down from the Sound ■It mill is exacted to start ■, of Cosmopolis, was in iff Whitney was visiting Mmlny. |wma<lea flying business IDtl this week. Point Loma left Cosmop aciseo Sunday. / ;at the Pioneer Dairy, if ■ilk and good measure. * ike left for the cast Tues gles or Trethrake, Lewis it Stephenson and Senator rtied up their trips to the phic exhibition at the M. ra small crowd, that en nore has one of the finest Hde on exhibition in the ID went to Elma Saturday jple there some fine bar try Commissioner F. A. krdar to assume his duties fail. im came down last week where he has been work bine shops. W. S. Ladd has been val -68.. A good deal of it is iin this county. Vj is giving his buildings set n overhauling and re agood example. loot the Herald and the itage stamp seems to have n's funny bone. Iraig will spend part of the in the great Exposition. White City yesterday. | people are making great their enc...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 3 August 1893

CHEHALIB COUNTY HAPPENINGS. From Ocostu Pioneer: R. L. Boyle returned on Fiiday from Chicago. It is reported that Mrs. Fury, now re siding at the beach, has recently become the mother of triplets. The main belt of the John's river shin gle mill was badly broken Wednesday, necessitating shutting down for several days. From Elma Chronicle: The dwelling of E. Fisk on tho Mox Chehalis was, with all its contents, des troyed by Are about 3 o'clock a.m. last last Sunday. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Gillies, on Monday, the 24th inst., a sou. A special session of the commissioners court, for the purpose of accepting the Elma bridge, has been called for the Oth of August. The Oiegon bridge company's crow left Wednesday for Portland, having comple ted the Chehalis river hridge. Notwithstanding tho talk of dull times, 35 car loads of shingles and cedar lumber wore shipped from Elma. during the month of July. Thomas Howard has contracted to furnish a quantity of ash timber to the Hoquiam basket...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 10 August 1893

IBERDEEN HERALD OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE CITY OF ABERDEEN. 3©TT©M"Panis guaranteed. ADDRESS: SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. RN AND INK. f L. H. W. . v the Now York Critic leaders to send in, he ft specified time, a list American books. Over it were recorded. The if the greatest number, their popularity, are as Essays. ts "Scarlet Letter." k Poems. feUncle Tom's Cabin. I'b "Autocrat." ketch-Book." ems. Poems. Ben Hur." Sse of the Dutch He ld a small prize, $10.00 the person who sent [with what the popular rhen the votes should ;Was a mistaken way It, if the object of the i&cover the real prefer totlnts, as it made it an aft* .list rather to popu tolfflktof it the expres -11 lute. The prize was prize nor a first prize, f epitomizing the tastes fas easy to foresee that !s would come in for a i to insure its being , and he who person te or Emerson a greater | opinion in aiming to I that which was to be i greatest number of havo been due to some [that AVallace's "Ben ee. The Critic hastens ibe wes...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 10 August 1893

Aberdeen lierald. Thursday. - - August 10, 1893 ISSUED EVERY THURSDAY BY F. R. WALL, - Editob and Published TEItMS OF subscription: Otic year, in advance if 2 00 Six months 1 00 Three months 75 Advertising rnteson application. Entered at the postomce at Aberdeen, Wash., ai second class mail matter. Notices of births, marriages or deaths printed free. Obituaries, cards of thanks, or resolu tions of sympathy, etc., one-half regular read ing notice rates. Let us give the railroad another whirl. Every cloud has a silver lining; but the present financial one seems to be a solid chunk. Wouldn't Pennover and Atgeld baa fine pair to draw to, if Herr Most were the top card ? — Astorian. Cleveland has told congress to repeal the Sherman law and go home. That is all the people want from them at this time. The present financial problem could be easily solved, were it left to the newspa pers. As many solutions have been found as there are newspapers. Congressman Bland will introduce in congress ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 10 August 1893

ft MENTION. Ktry day Reinboth Bros.' piie was down on business yn business in Montc ik , Collins left Tuesday for <?• nfman took a trip up to the hesday. gge r has returned from her leasliore. e»therwax went up on the jja yesterday. a North Bend came in Fri idingat Hoquiam. ier Cousins came in last lading at Coamopolis. lull between the Aberdeen ilis nines is talked of. enough for you V" Wein iß tooling and refreshing. Coemopolis, on Friday, Au- Ir.and Mrs. 11. A. Pittman, Iherwax, who is ranching down for a glimpse of civili f- itach was off for the woods to of big timber and logging nk. dectecl speaker of the house 4 votes to 122 for lteed and Jerry. commissioners met Monday tqualization. They will be tot three weeks. ien, an old soldier, aged 05, snsumption last week at the buried Friday. *t for first-class work—The f Steam Laundry. Proinpt lo. Give them a trial. * Iherwax came back from a be east. He was in Michi ped over at tho fair on his Hen, of this city, has been Governo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 10 August 1893

PRINCE OF PITCHEKS. Caylor Awards the Crown to Big Amos Rusie. MANY TWIBLERS KNOCKED OUT. flow the Mew Pitching Bale Has Retired Numerous Stars —The Magnates Intend ed That It Should Make Good Pitchers Plentiful and Cheap, hut the Plan Failed. The unusual spectacle of three National league clubs tied for first place for four days was seon recently. In all my expe rience as a historian of the American game I have no recollection of this incident hav ing a precedent. Three clubs have hold Bimilar percentages for a day, but not as leaders. What makes this feature of the National league race still more remark able is the faot that each of the three clubs won and lost the same number of games. Under the percentage system clubs fre quently tie for position and yet differ in the number of games won and lost. Tho posi tions held by the Philndelphins, Bostons and Brooklyns on the 28th and 20th of June and on the succeeding days certainly made a wonderful chapter in baseball history. The fact...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
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