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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 17 August 1893

BERDEEN HERALD COPPER RIVETED , —^ mm %*** 3ott©M"PANT^ CU^Rant£"ED. ADDRESS: SAN FRANCISCO, CAL, WPEN AND INK. IT L. H. W. I Century contains a de nticle that seems to have B the St. Nicholas rooms, "Phillips Brooks's Letters Ibows the scholarly preach idvery lovable light, the it all the world of children ehad a share in this fairy bo was a mixture of giant, and Santa Clans. I facc of Phillips Brooks ontispiece of the magazine, clear and vigorous paper i Etcher," Anders Zorn, tier van ltensselaer, would kof this new luminary un ting veil were the accom- Juctions from his etchings i The portrait of Kenan is ice of work, and in a dif jnalled hv the suggestion Bftness in the portrait of "Olga B." . (resting article, on a very Ch of the same subject, is rjr Japanese Art," with ex he Chicago exhibit, by E. y Now that we have be r *ith the idea of the al imltation of European civil- A\jy the Japanese, it is awtim to occidental vanity I*tide has turned and m ardent reactionary move ag th...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 17 August 1893

Aberdeen Herald. Thursday. - - August 17, 1898 ISSUED EVERY THURSDAY F. R. WALL, - Editob and Publisher TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION: One year, in advance . $2 00 Bix months 1 00 Three months 75 Advertising rates on application. Entered at the postomce at Aberdeen, Wash., a3 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. You would better get your ticket quick ; railroad rates are going up. Congressmen are making a run on the seashore while the people are running on the banks. Two weeks' talk by congress on the silver question! This is asking for bread and getting wind. A change will be made in the present miserable time schedule before the first, thuß doing away with the long stretch at Gate City, whose name has already been changed by the travelers to Wait City. Were congress to talk from now until the end of the year, it is not likely that one vote on fi...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 17 August 1893

§ MENTION. I day at Reinbotli Bros.' ey came home Satur ncd from up the conn numerous up in the Wynoocliie, was in is in town for a little id son were up from i are now made night r cent discount sale at was down from his toh Monday. it to Portland on basi ling Tuesday, has been away on a irned Tuesday. ,sk made a short visit Aberdeen this week, fh for you?" Wein liiig 1 and refreshing, repairing lias been street side walk this ■old was in Montesano this bg with the board of equali ng of the buildings on Heron Kbened up every thing won , ghelley, who has been on kl home in Kansas, returned Friday. (presenting the Puget Sound was down from Tacoma the tt week. i, principal of our schools, ndav with his wife from a orld's fair. terson and Alec Miller were mptulips country last week big timber. Ie Baker and Miss Mattie f Centralia, were yisiting Mr. lyn this week. fcalf, an old pioneer of the tg near Montesano, who has 11. is recovering. s«t Annie Faxon, running on twi, blew up near Col...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 17 August 1893

Tlie Pension Itnglnetts Assistant Secretary of the Interior Keyuolds, in a communication regarding reccnt pension rulings of the depaitment, sets forth the position of the present ad ministration with great explicitnesa and force, as follows: "The government holds in substance that a man who is able to earn his sup port by manual labor, has no right to a pension under section 2 of the act of June 27 1890. The order of commission er Kaum, fixing the rates under this act ignored the essential basis cf a pension able status, inability to perform manual labor. Furthermore, evidence which might have shown that the disabilities we're the result of vicious habits was not required, the commissioner's ruling thus supeiseding the law. Again, Kaum treated disabilities not of service origin Uie same as disabilities which were. The present secretary having found erroneous orders of Kaum unrevoked ayd claims adjudicated thereunder unquestioned, could not do otherwise than revoke these orders, pro...

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 August 1893

BERDEEN HERALD COPPER t* V* — qUARANT^ED. ADDRESS: SAN FRANCISCO, CAL, PEN AND INK. BY l. h. w. orse, Jr., editor of the Amer en eeries, has reserved for iifficnlt privelege of writing political life, of Abraham it picture of the man these add little to what is familiar I that strange personality, ■ that side of the subject use has concentrated his tis rather a study of Lin bto the intricate politics of dtban a biography in the e. Among the many excel of mind that have gone to (this history none is so con le logical coherence of plan a applied to 'the mass of rial and brought fo. this d lucid result. That this teen accomplished without of any essential element me time, without the intro raneous matter is due to fad intelligent arrangement hat the writer has passed twas in this way alone that I Lincoln could have been lie. In Herndon's pictures red narrative and in Nicho ls's biography the harvest in Jforsc's book much of it is ft is not that the last word is • vexatious problems of ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 24 August 1893

Aberdeen herald. Thursday. - - August 24., 1893 ISSUED EVERY THURSDAY BY F. R. WALL, - Editor and Publisher TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION One year, In advance ?2 00 Six months 1 00 Three months 75 Advertising rates on application. Entered at the postottiee at Aberdeen, Wash., as second class mall matter. Notices of births, marriages or deaths pri ntcd free. Obituaries, cards of thanks, or resolu tions of sympathy, etc., one-half regular read ing notice rates. • THAT STATEMENT OF FACTS. It is strange, indeed, if the action of the county commissioners and county at torneys in submitting to the superior court an agreed statement of facts in the matter of the fees of county attor neys in delinquent tax cases is not a proper subject of press comment. Without doubt the people will get as fair a deal as possible upon the facts sub-' mitted; but the fairness of these facts is exactly what is criticised. As the Hkr ai.d has before statement is fair enough on all points, except the vital one, and on ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 24 August 1893

MENTION. „yday at Reinboth Bros.' ;rwax was in Montesano p a vid Keith left for the puer left yesterday for her lioier, Ore. iA. Breyer went up the t yesterday. jat the Pioneer Dairy, if milk and good meaure. * liandChas. Koehler went jur.o this week and got a N. G. Kaufman went to liy for a few days rest and lensbaw, sister of Mrs. R. je back from the east with ■T. . Lucas arrived in j 1 now loading lumber at 1 A. Portier left Tuesday 1 Sound. Tliey expect to 111 months. Hammer should he cool j. WeinUard's Beer hits 1 every time, Bush went down to West lo help straighten out the aehool house. old, from the Black Hills, was in town this week here. a and Ed Koehler came k after a successful fishing the Wynoochie. Bid clean at the Pacific. * e left last week for a trip ijan. He will take in the the return trip, the Norwegian Methodist mday at 11 a, m. and 7 :.30 I'Heggefi, pastor. *• man, P. G. C. »f the I. O. own from OJympia Friday ithering at the beach. it for first-class work —The...

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 August 1893

SUPERIOR COURT PROCEEDINGS State of Washington vs R W Hall. Transfer from J. "V'. court of Elma. It ap pears that Henry Marshal filed a com plaint before Justice Wakefield against Hall for assault with a deadlj weapon. At the hearing Hall plead guilty and was bound over in the sum of $500 to appear at the next term of the superior court. 0 K Perkins, receiver of the Aberdeen Ced. Mnfg. Co., asks that the owners of the real estate be' enjoined from dispos ing of the real except as ordered by the court. N W Lumiser Co. vs L M Hamilton et ux. Debt. E II Palmer vs Westport Beach Town , site Co. and W F Thompson. Debt. W. I'. Walsh vs A Lenhart & Slade Lumber Co. Foseclosuro of lien on saw logs. Yana vs Scliofield et al. A ppeal from J. I'. court. W S Kame vs A W Si I shy et al. Foreclosure. Adamant Mnfg. Co. vs Ist Unitarian Assn. of Ocosta. Foreclosure of lien. Aug. 18, 1893. The court made an order that causes will be set for trial on each motion day, and that not.icj be given as ...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 31 August 1893

BERDEEN HERALD r ctoppbh „ 3©TT©M"Pants <3 UARANT^ed. ADDRESS: SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. IRS WERE EVEN i and Aberdeen Each a Winner. Ep of Southwestern Wash -1 an Open Question Be- These Two Towns. Ppionship of southwestern still lies between the towns «and Aberdeen. Aftei doing ■no, the Chehalis nine came eting to score an easy victory, played all around them Mon »n Tuesday the visitors braced rtied the day. e was as follows: Monday's Game. i Runs Chf.halis. Runs ( 2 J Long, If 1 1X,1f.... 3 F Howard, s s 3 b 3 A Sloue, 3d b 2 id, ss. 1 S Long, c_. 1 Mb 3 McFoster, Ist b 1 rf 2 Greggs, p 1 Ist b .2 E Long, r f 1 - 2 McCarthy 2d b 0 c 3 E Slonc, c f 0- I SCORE BY INNINGS. 123456789 4 8 0 0 5 0 0 1 3—21 2 9 1 0 S 0 1 0 3—12 Tuesday's Game- Runs Chehalis. Runs ill 1 J Long, If 1 In, If .2 F Howard, s s ... 2 1 A Slone, cf ... 0 iwA.ts. 0 S Long, c 1 0 McFoster, rf- 1 \>,rl 1 Greggs, p. 1 llltb— 1 F Long, 3d b 1 t 0 McCarthy. 2d b 2 ft e. 1 E Slone, Ist b 1 SCORE BY INNINGS. 123456789 ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 31 August 1893

Aberdeen Herald. Thursday. - - August 81, 1893 ISSUED EVERY THURSDAY BY. F. R. WALL, - Editor and Publisher TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: One year, in advance $2 00 Bix months 1 00 Three months 75 Advertising rates on application. Entered at the postofflce 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., one-half regular read ing notice rates. Jfoticc. Notice is hereby given that all contracts for advertising made on the pait of the Aberdeen Herald will be cafried out by the undersigned, and all old paid up subscriptions continued by him. James F. Girton. A FEW LAST WORDS During the five years the Herald has been under its present management, it has been my endeavor to keep the per sonal pronoun, both the spirit, and the letter, out of the paper's editorial columns. For the first—and the last —time the im personal must give way to the personal. The editorial "we" yields, and...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 31 August 1893

| MENTION: (tery day at Reinboth Bros.' j began receiving flsli Mon # came over from Portland ,»ted feeling—Take Weiu cat his foot badly Tuesday jig wood. dn left last week for a trip Kternins Monday. Coons was down Tuesday Itros logging camp. d came down from his log it short while this week. jj expects to have six or pat work in a day or two. IT, of the Elma Chronicle, ice a pleasant call Monday, jpared for school ? Evans & ill kinds of school supplies, lindclean at the Pacific. * aary Proper of the Baptist down Tuesday on church ges, one of Montesano's at in town on legal business res in the burning clearings taking a hazy atmosphere rfandJ. J. Johnston were he wor'.d"s fair from Aber k. can afford to go to school ill. Fisher sells boys' school nits. I and A. Dreyer came back their Satsop hunt. They op in the woods. the Norwegian Methodist innday at 11 a, m. and 7:30 ). Heggen, pastor. * r Josie Burrows took the band down to the beach ithe boys all enjoyed. a Poipt Loma came ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 31 August 1893

WITH PEN AND INK. BY L. H. w. A writer in the Contributors' Club of the September Atlantic plays very enter tainingly with the subject of self-plagia rism. He considers the unconscious sort of repetition that springs from dimly asso ciated ideas, bringing back, in the same place or under similar circumstances, something that has been said before a»d been forgotten. Then he takes into ac count the deliberate self-plagiarist, in love with a phrase: these ho compares with certain old painters, "who when they got a good thing clung to it, and when they considered that they did a thing well could not feel that they could do it too frequently." He thinks "it can hardly be by accident that two horsemen trot into so many opening chapters by Mr. ti. P. R. James." But there is still another self-plagiarist of whom ho says no word, and to thiß class belong the ear nest slow-moving minds, whose mental vision is intensely clear and to whom expression comes as a conscious fitting of the glove of ...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 7 September 1893

BERDEEN HERALD COPPER F^ryETED 3©TT©M'T > anis EVEftV QLI/VRANT^ED. ADDRESS: SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. HOUSEHOLD. BBR'S GRANDDAUGHTER to the masquerade, / grandmother's old brocade; owdered and patched and laced, igskirt and a very short waist. (music we danced away: mstled and seemed to say: rti older by far than you, M and I'll tell you true, 'i grandmother, years ago, iwipked and powdered beau. Id the stairs aud cut quadrilles Idtogallauts all satias aud frills. I a Judge or a Captain or Tory, Itell her the old, old storv, »ly t she sat below (berries of mistletoe. Kinddaughtlier, young and fair, erdid she'll also dare; lies ensnare you, too, women the ages through." mj roses fair totiage and golden hair; Id "No" to my love that night, pondered, "Old gown, you're UacGregor Jenkins in Vogue. V.ice Culture. lis being done to educate In my opinion it is becoming fto also educate the voice, il purposes, but for everyday I rarely use their lungs and f.t I know many who can ird distinctly...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 7 September 1893

Aberdeen Herald. Thursday. September 7, 1893. ISSUED EVERY THURSDAY by JAMES F. GIRTON. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: Oue year, in advance 12 00 Six months 1 00 Three months .. 75 Advertising rates on application. Entered at the postomce at Aberdeen, Wash., as 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. Notice. The undersigned will be responsible for all obligations contracted by or on behalf of the Aberdeen Herald prior to Septem ber Ist, 1893, and all debts due to the Herald prior to that date, except unpaid subscriptions, should bo paid to him. James F. Girton will be responsible for all obligations from September Ist, 1893, and will collect unpaid subscriptions. F. E. Wall. If 'tis true that silence is golden— At least that's what wall mottoes say— And speech by same token is silver, What can we complain of today? With congress discussing the proble...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 7 September 1893

b MENTION. ■i«ry day at Reinboth Bros.' mill started up the first. R Carter was in town Tuesday. N lreturned from Seattle last '■eated feeling;—' Take Wein- Fn and wife, of Montesano, Bnmlay. i of the Vidette, dropped in the victory. Ennis returned from the on Saturday. r was over to the Humptu iy on business. left for the Sound country ■ma, Monday. erakl is on the dock under jogli overhauling. irk, James E. Lyons, was a office on Monday. <li was a passenger for the yesterday morning. hields, of the Westport Land *nt Sunday in town. rilk' at tho Pioneer Dairy, if id milk and good meaure. * lood Shingle Company are iddition in which to store Travis left yesterday morn it to her old home at King khardt, from Crystal Falls, of the new school teachers, Friday. • principal of the Quiniault icbools, was in town a few it week. . Barrone left for San Fran day, to purchr.so b"r fall and of millinery. itton, ex-county clerk, was aness. and gave this office a lon Monday. K returned on Tuesd...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 7 September 1893

Farm, Orchard nm ' Garden SEASONABLE MINTS. This is the month when many of the larger fruits are gathered, and care must be observed that (he proper sizes and neat boxes are used in packing. The di mensions ior each separate variety are given in first bienniel report, already in the hands of nearly all our readers. Those who have large prune orchards in bearing will use dryers, but parties who have only a couple of acres or less may find it best to market the prunes fresh ; also the plums. It might be ad visable for any not finding a ready mar ket to try the cold storage house for this fruit. Pears should be picked a few days be fore they are fully ripe, and packed in boxes, where they become mora juicy af ter a few days. Tl.e Bartlett is ready for picking when it separates from the tree by nn upward turn, or when the seeds are beginning to turn black. Blackberries should lie jammed when the market is overstocked with the fresh fruit. This can be kept longer than either strawberries...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 14 September 1893

BERDEEN HERALD COPPER RIVETED S-- 6 3ottom"PANT^ GUARANTEED, ** ADDRESS: SAN FRANCISCO, CAL, HOUSEHOLD. hmlng of the Morning. donds shall roll forever »T«r las ting hills, 101 l of endeavor leless longing fills, feet shall ever wander iihildows only stay, ling of the morning, !clouds shall flee away. kinds have ceased forever (what is not ours, iewts are weary never Biitaking thorns for flowers, ire the darkening shadows »ppy lives shall play, lint of the morning iclouds shall flee away. ir»ye« were blinded, mr hearts were sad, tome the endless sunshine, hearts be always glad. •ball storm clouds gather, Mercept our day, ■lag of the morning tlouds shall flee away. Woodworth in Boston Journal. The Beautiful. iflding and Architects num ientific American is as usual one. Among others is a de ithery. Who ever heard of i architect to design a black- But why not haveasmith i pleasing style, it need not increase the cost, and' the be to create in the mind of himself, and of every one ire, a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 14 September 1893

Aberdeen lierald. Thursday. September 14, 189 a. ISSUED EVEKY THURSDAY BY JAMES F. GIRTON. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: One year, in advance ?2 00 Six months . 100 Three mouths 75 Advertising rates on application. Entered at the postomce at Aberdeen, Wash., as second class mail matter. Notices of births, marriages or deaths printed free. Obituaries, qards of thanks, or resolu tions of sympathy, etc., one-half regular read ing notice rates. . Notice. The undersigned will be responsible for all obligations contracted by or on behalf of the Aberdeen Hehald prior to Septem ber Ist, 1893, and all debts due to the Herald prior to that date, fexcept unpaid subscriptions, should be paid to him. James F. Girton will be responsible for all obligations from September Ist, 1893, and will collect unpaid subscriptions. "Hope with a trusting heart, Hope through the darkest hours; Sooner or later the dawn will break, And summer will come with its flowera." NATURAL VALUES. What are natural values? They ar...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 14 September 1893

If MENTION. tverr day at Reinboth Bros.' potion day iu the superior I nrt left for Tacoma yester- I was down from his North 8 Saturday. Ny has been "slicking" up Dtel office in fine style. iinand Charles Wapoenstein iPortland, Wednesday. rers, of Markham, was on jp to Aberdeen, Tuesday, r returned from his trip to d Ellensbu rgh, Monday. jnmissioner J. O. Wilson ice a pleasant call on Satur ueals at the Pacific Hotel, •satisfy the inner man and • Irs. E. K. Wood left for tb,, and the World's Fair, Winder and Miss Sarah risiting friends in Montesano »r Josie Burrows was tied k. last Friday, having her lied. it running in great numbers re mostly fine specimens of i, however. nil. Crawford left last Fri- Iforld's Fair and a visit to ■ton, Mich. week of school has opened eased interest and attend tflment being 275. r Point Lonia arrived yes large quantity of fresh fruits B for Kroenert Bro3. Roy logging camp, up the it, recently run by Shelley led down last Saturday, ss has been appoint...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 14 September 1893

Farm, Orchard ? ml Garden Does Poultry Pay. This is a question one is often asked. The Pacific coast sent east last year over $3,000,000 ita hard cash for eggs and poul try. Did it pay those eastern poultry men, or are they furnishing us eggg and chickens for tho fun of raising them ? Of course poultry pays and there is no bet tei place to make it pay than here in the state of Washington where our cities have grown so fast and the farms are so back ward that the cities have to look to the east for something to eat. When our farms are started, before the stumps are out and the ground ready for • cultivation, we can raise two or three flocks of chickens. 100 hens that average 130 eggs each back east will average 120 each here, which would amount to 12,000 eggs. Suppose you set 2,000 eggs from which you gut 1,500 chickens. These at 40 cents each would briug you $600. The remain ing 10,000 or 833 dozen egiss at thirty centß per dozen would amount to $249.90. This is not theory, but expe...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
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