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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 21 September 1893

BERDEEN HERALD COPPER T^IYETED e.V'Ek'/i^A! Cj U/lR AN T D. ADDRESS: SAN FRANCISCO, CAI HOUSEHOLD. I AT HOME. ■Hut h. whitaker. »w find rest and forgetting, the day, ntioni and scheming and fret *e may say depths of our hearts truly feel, Mught to assume or conceal, at light our true selves we re only we may. fling sympathy, sweetest Hnankind; ever the happiest, fleetest; the mind; tbonght of the plans sadly !tnd best effort slighted; lanifold wrongs never righted twe find. h»ve humbly been serving, »e may reign; «trlve to be nobly deserving mage we gain. Ithat lovingly meet us! voices that joyfully greet us! t! What power can defeat us Irue they remain? at Is in a Name? »name? Possibly nothing, (fascination of a name judgment hoodwinked. iby at the White house has Either, a good old scripture star. May the stars *1 ior her. But, after all, is .jkeftmig in a name. Is it not "I with a sweet and pleasing •ithet to grow into a sweet roman, than it is for one intly hearing Jeruslia do d...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 21 September 1893

Aberdeen herald. Thursday. September 21, 1893. ISSUEIJ EVERY THURSDAY BY JAMES P. GIRTON. TKHMS OF SUBSCRIPTION I One year, in advance f2 00 Btx months 1 00 Three months 75 Advertising rates on application. Entered at the postomee at Aberdeen, Wash., as second class mail matter. Notices of births, marriages or deaths-printed free. Obituaries, cards of thanks, or resoln tions of sympathy, etc., one-half regular read ing notice rates. How poor are they that have not patience, What wound did ever heal but by degrees. —Shakespeare. AGAIN THE ROADS. County Commissioner Wilson held a road district meeting last week at the school house up the Wishkah to learn the desires of the residents in regard to work on the Wishkah road, and has promptly instructed Supervisor Smith to expend $300 where it will do the most good, and to get as much done with the money as possible, with the understanding that when this is properly expended the bal ance remaining in this fund shall also be expended. The f...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 21 September 1893

JF MENTION. t«' Lenguo meets Friday always on hand at Rein tlsou came down .':om Nel foesday, left for a short business trip ■terday. joenert made the round trip , Monday. «. Tew arrived in the city, mthe Sound, to visit relatives iba left on Monday to spend I his old home in Kintore, •da. siting boats sailed out over of bar, this week, bound for ii river. iPinckney left on Tuesday ir, Wash., where she expects dressmaking. 1 tor summer should be cool ingr- Weinliard's Beer hits «t every time. Ilman, well known among of the Harbor, left for his West Virginia, Wednesday, h Lowiv, of this city, will Markham school during the ir, commencing next Mon- Solan left on Monday for iver hot springs, to remain «eks, taking treatment for . Miner, jr., returned from rich., on Monday, glad to tberdeen after an absence of p, formerly secretary of the sdar Manufacturing Co., but at Bucoda, Wash., was in week. (Aberdeen Bakery for fresh ind pies, fruits and nut's, tobaccos; manufacturers of ad plant ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 21 September 1893

Farm, Orchard ?ns Garden EXTRACTS FROM REPORT OF STATE HOARD OF ItORTtCUI.TURE. Those who expect to set fruit trees in the spring should begin preparations now. The ground should be plowed very deep this fall, and in the spring stir the earth by plowing crosswise and harrowing. Fall plowing exposes many insects which become chilled and destroyed. If the ground is reasonably fertile you will need no manure the first year. It is objection able to use it the first year, as it invites grubs, beetles, etc., before the tree be comes established. To obtain the highest prices great care should be taken in the marketing of fruit, both in the time of picking and the man ner ol packing. The cherry, peach, plum and nectarine, in fact most stone fruit, should be ripe before picking, to have their lull flavor. The Bartlett pears are better if picked before ripening and laid away a few days, as they become coarse and grainy if allowed to ripen on the tree. If fruit is to be shipped to a distance i...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 28 September 1893

ABERDEEN HERALD F COPPER ' „ 3 ottoaCPA NTs i CVfeky <3U/\rant£ED. ADDRESS: SAN FRANCISCO, CAL, » HOUSEHOLD. I BE NOT CONTENT. *Nt; contentment means inaction; tag soul arhes on its upward quest; in to satisfaction; ; achievements spring from life's ots, deep in the dark mold hiding, Iter bless the earth with leaf and »n inborn restlessness abiding id genu to stir them with its power. eontent with his lot forever, lirt sought strange seas with sails • wonders of our shores had never Id the gaze of an admiring world. Is yours, but be not quite contented; ihealthful restlessness of soul, ;might)- purpose is augmented, [men to reach a higher goal. imoulse rises, driving ■ content before it, do not grieve; sard reaching and the striving *1 in you to achieve, achieve. —Ella Wheeler Wilcox. #ol Aprons and Dresses. I upon a friend of mine a few »nd found her finishing some Id aprons for her nine-year-old to wear to school this fall. They letty and inexpensive that I will (hem for the be...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 28 September 1893

Aberdeen Herald. Thursday. September 28, 1893. ISSUER EVERY THURSDAY BV JAMES F. GIRTON. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: One year, in advance ?2 00 Six months 1 00 Three months 75 Advertising rates on application. Entered at, the postoiliee 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. Forbear, yon things That stand upon the pinnacles of state, To boast your slippery height. —Ben Jonson. THE RICH MAN'S SON. History is full of instances where young men from the abodes of poverty and from the homes of those in moderate circum stances have arisen to positions of power and influence, and have attained high positions in the realms of statesmanship, art, literature and science, and who have left behind them names that shall last as long as history; and the current literatifre of the day is full of examples and encour agement to such an youn...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 28 September 1893

I MENTION. daily at Aberdeen Bakery, spent last Sunday in the nlf gallon Mason fruit jars ated feeling—'Take Wein »ent to Portland yesterday id pleasure. it, of Montesano, was in ess Monday. it and Miss Anna de Wond I Misses Low] /. left for Chicago Tuesday, and pleasure trip. ,Tew was in the city last ling to the Sound Monday, of gold from Eurojie is as j offer of bargains by Jeff, [tufinan left for Kalama, asiness connected with the k Kaufman. itei" Frank Miller left on business trip to Seattle and ling Wednesday, be a meeting of the Art ay at two o'clock. All in quested to be piesent. it for first-class work —The Steam Laundry. Prompt ). Give them a trial. * Aberdeen has t3cn pulled I and undergoing a tlior ling, preparatory for work era of water must cover les before November 10, or be cut off: B. F. Willey, endent. C. R. Bell, W. 0. McKin 'earson were in Montesano business connected with inquent tax suits. ition of improvement in * the Northern Pacific widerable greater for Sep...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 28 September 1893

Farm, Orchard Garden EXTRACTS FROM REPORT OF STATE BOARD OF HORTICULTURE. Celery is a semi-aquatic plant of the parsley family, requiring cool nights, wartn cloudy days, the invigorating sea breeze, very fertile soil, and, last but not least, an abundance of pure, soft water, at the right time and in the right place. All of these requisites are indespensable if a maximum ciop is expected. * * The peat or muck land of Western Washington contains about all of the ele ments that are necessary to produce celery to pDrfection. These invariably have to bo drained, but if this is done in the right way the wator will be at the operator's command for the sub-irrigatien, which I think is the proper way to irrigate cetery. * * I have noticed that the so-called celery rust is much more prominent, and appears at an earlier period, on celery planted on sandy ground than on clay, and on dark sandy loam sooner than on muck soil. I have also noticed that I have obtained better results from a soil th...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 5 October 1893

Aberdeen! herald I v " COPPER RHtETED ottoaCPANT^ qUARANT^ED.^ ■THE HOUSEHOLD. Had Grammar. e late Richard Grant white, iliWlis lislied American Philologist, in his [on Every Day English, has this ince:"llead the best authors, con with the best speakers, and know you mean to say, and ycu will speak write good English, end may let mar go to its own place." e accords with the experience of ; abla conversationalists and writers, say that they have derived more it from the perusal of choice litera jnd association with those who were •kably correct in the use of the sh language in their speech than the study of grammar at school, itleman remarkable for the use of English, who had not many early tages in the way of education, bnt (associations were with public men iltivated people, made this remark : lerve carefully how the best people ised themselves, and I thus learn ) speak and write." A person may liliar with all the rules of grammar ght in our schools, but if his asso >B are mainl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 5 October 1893

Aberdeen Herald. Thursday, October 5, 1893. ISSUED EVERY THURSDAY BY JAMES F. GIRTON. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: One year, in advance $2 00 31* mouths- 1 00 Three months 75 Advertising rates on application. Kntered 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. I, A FORERUNNER. With this issue of the Herald we ven ture, upon the improued outlook of the times and the increase of prosperous in dications, to increase the size of the pa per. We do not wish to be undeistoed as saying that this a forerunner of good times, but rather that the good times are beginning to bo felt, and that this is a forerunner of what we will do as the good times grow better, and as patronage in creases. In this connection we desire to say a word or two for ourselves. A newspaper to be successful must have some well-defined political affili...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 5 October 1893

,|F MENTION. Bad daily at Aberdeen Bakery. Bounty's portion of state taxes jd half gallon Mason fruit jars Jl's. Dickson arrived in town this from Montesano. ,urn of gold from Europe is as is the offer of bargains by Jeff. I Mrs. C. K. Wilson left last I for a two weeks' visit on the river. ior hall club went to Cosmopo mrday and won the game by a ijP to 9. | Treasurer f. G.Lewis was in tondav, returning to Montesano norning. White was taking testimony in ecu Cedar Manufacturing Co. Tuesday. lary Glcason, of the Satsop, .visiting friends and relatives bis week. e of the Aberdeen Cedar Manu- Co.'s shingle plant was post- C'il October 9. h Bros, have been enlarging kc oven, and now have com- I modern facilities. In Hunt and others have filed if incorporation of the Aberdeen ind Box Company. thooner Sailor Boy came in lasl ind is taking on a cargo of linn- B Weatlierwax mill. | Ilighet, who left Aberdeen abotil kd a half ago to seek his fortune |ma, returned on Tuesday, [id Mrs. Norman...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 5 October 1893

Farm, Orchard sn* Garden ANALYSIS OF SOILS I'resa JUuletin No. 1, Washington Agri cultural College Kxperlment Station. When the Washington State Agricul tural College and School of Science was organized, there was established in con nection with it a State Agricultural Ex periment Station, similar to those in op eration in nearly every state. These stations exist for the purpose of conducting scientific investigation and experiment, and giving the results and conclusions to the public; the object be ing the promotion of the agricultural in terests. They are established for the benefit of agriculture, and hence of the community at large. The legitimate work of these stations is the endeavor to answer all questions per taining to agricultural practice. These questions arise from the tillage of the soil; the nature and action of manures, both natural and artificial; the culture of crops; the care of domestic animals; the dairy industry; plant end animal disease, etc. "There are but few...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 12 October 1893

ABERDEEN HERALD \)L VIII. COPPER -PTttmrßY* GUARANTEED. ADDRESS: SAN FRANCISCO. CAL> . THE HOUSEHOLD. cnu.niiEN. Come to mc,o ye children! For I hear you nt your play. Anil the questions that perplexed me Have vanished ijuite away. Yc open the eastern windows That look toward the sun, Where thoughts arc singing swallows And the brooks of morning run. In your hearts are the birds and the sunthine la your thoughts the brooklets flow, But in mine is the wind of autumn And the first fall of snow. Ah! what would the world be to us If the children were no more? We would dread the desert behind us Worse than the dark before. What the leaves are to the forest, Witli light and air for food, Ere their sweet and tender juices Have been hardened into wood. Thai, to the world are children; Through them it feels the glow 01 a brighter and wnnier climate \ Than reaches the trunk below. Come to me, O ye children! And whisper in my ear What the winds aud the birds are singing In your suuny atmosp...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 12 October 1893

Aberdeen Herald. Thursday, October l-\ lU'Jtf. ISSUED EVERY THURSDAY BY JAMES F. GIKTON. TERMS OP SVHSCBIrTIOS: One year, in advance <2 00 Six months 1 00 Three months 75 Advertising ratesou application. Kutered at the postomce at Aberdeen, Wash., as second class mail matter. Notices of births, marriages or deaths printeil free. Obituaries, cards of thanks, or resolu tions of sympathy, etc., ouc-half regular read ing notice rates. THE "MOSSBACK." There lias come into use throughout the Pacific coast the term " Mossback," as applied to a certain class of men. The term is hardly synonymous with "old foggy," or " crank," or similar expres sions, but represents a class or character teristic that actually stands in the way of progress, and arrests growth, as the moss 011 the limbs and trunks of the trees ar rests their growth. Coupled with this characteristic, or rather a part of it, is the idea that it is not necessary for him to do anything himself, but to sit and wait for something...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 12 October 1893

* MENTION. „ fchrt'esh bread daily at Aberdeen liakerv. j the dance at Koeltler's hall Sat-1 Bay night. grocer with "sand " says something in another column—read it. Ella Miller, of Iloquiam, is visit- V the Misses Lowry at the Pacific hotel. ■C. L. Stevenson left on a business trip Veattlc and Tacoma, Tuesday morning, nirs. R, I». Campbell returned from her 3lt to her old home in Wisconsin, last ladies of the Methodist church in ■d giving a Harvest Home festival on Hanksgiving. Hlobcrt Waldron returned to Aberdeen ■ Sunday, having deferred his trip to & east for the present. Brhe drink for summer should ho cool Hd refreshing. Woinliard's Ileerliits e right spot every time. If you wish to enjoy yourself for a few urs, attend the dance at Koehler's hall xt Saturday night, October 14. I'orn, to Mr. and Mrs. F. K. Weather ix, in this city, Saturday morning, itober 7, 1893, a nine-pound boy. Peter Autzen passed through the city turday for Iloquiam, on his return from e meeting of th...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 12 October 1893

Fnrm. OrHuml »»•' Uimlcn Niiclnl I lft> Oil lilt' I'llim. • >\<>i ill liny I In' fill'inerH have .•in oiumiiriitiiiu known iih Yiiukliii ''> 11<>»IitiiHmill Soeielv, whleti nieetM regit Im I v , mi I rlinouHNi'H all Huhjoi'ln porlnililu|! to (miil 111111110. ninl their piiporn nwl <!•« rllfwiunn lire full of intoiont nml protll. II woiilil l«> it inmil ptnii if niiiiiliir orgnni fiition« wi'ixi fornietl in every neightim liooit in (ho oiiiintry, not only for the nliiilv of hortifultiiro lint to utility every thing i-erlnlning to t)if< fuiin. In thin win tin' lonji wintei evenh.gK rim t<o pleiianulli pwisoit. not only nl thene incelingn l«ul nl home in |»i i'l'ji• > ili|Z fur lliein. Nntinnl Iy n oorliitn mnuiint of utility mill rending will l>o noooHHiity lor hui'li iHViloion". nml litis stmlv mill these llim URMiollM W ill I'llUl m» tlll» VII'WS of 1111, wltieli with now iilean nml inipioveil methods 111 nt will l'i» developed will very niiilo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 19 October 1893

ABERDEEN HERALD ml. VIII. COPPER RIVETED -fg? <3 U/IRANTETeD. ADDRESS: SAN FRANCISCO, CAL > TIIE HOUSEHOLD. AN AITIIMN IIKMOUY. I o'er the hill* tin' sunlight fulls, 'he autumn evening still: t from the woodland the blue bird calls— Garbling a merry trill. I bringing a memory hack to me, weet as the wild bird's song— liemory, laden with thoughts of thee— ■arted from me ; o long 1 w, as children, happy together, we used to roam, theriug the great hunches of golden rod— eallliug— the ! cattle home, ! would watch tiie clouds go drifting by— irifting to fairy land we knew, lien tiiu sunsets rose hung in tiie sky. And the sea was always calm and blue; leu would I plead my boyish love— then we plighted our vows you know, ion clasping two little sun burned hands. Dancing over the meadow we go; fcicse were but childish fancies, light as ocean's foam, 'hey died w itli the hours we spent together calling— the cattle home. ic sumac's leaves are tinged with red, I'he wind s'ghs sadly, too...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 19 October 1893

Aberdeen Herald. Thursday, October 19, 1893. ISSUED EVERY THURSDAY BY — JAMES K. GIRTON*. TEKMS OF subscription: Ouc year, lu advance 12 00 Si* months — 1 00 Three mouths 75 Advertising rates on application. Entered at the postomee at Aberdeen, Wash., 14 second class mail matter. Notices of births, marriages or deaths printed free. Obituaries, curds of thanks, or resolu tions of sympathy, ctc., one-half regular read ing notice rates. GRAYS HARBOR'S OPPORTUNITY The Overland Monthly for October has an article on the jetty at the mouth of the Columbia which is of peculiar inter est to every resident of (irays harbor, in fact to every resident of the country trib utary to the harbor. The Columbia river jettv, which the government is just com pleting, is the longest jetty in the world, extending from ]>oint Adams four and n half miles toward the seu. The cost so far lias been $1,087,000, and the estimated cost of completion is less than $500,000. A thirty foot channel at low tide has ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 19 October 1893

feIEF MENTION.! resli bread daily at Aberdeen Bakery. . A. Myeis came up from Mark ham i morning. !us T.eese was on a business flip to i mpia this week. lead what Kroenert Bros, have to say ) week, in another column. niliam Crosbie was a passenger on morning's train for Montesano. lie schooner Charles K. Wilson came 'ridav and is loading lumber at Wil li mill. 'illiatii Miner, sr., left yesterday moni tor the World's Fair and on business Michigan. I. It. Beardsley returned on Monday j n a three months' visit to his old home : Michigan. Liigust lluldeen left yesterday for •bolt, lowa, and may remain there manently. ulius liver returned 011 Monday from visit to relatives in Michigan and the irld's Fair. attorney J. C.Cross "left for Olytnpia, iterday, where he has business in the ireino court. tVilliam Lanning was among othcis in Aberdeen who visited the county it 011 Monday. Mr. and Mrs. I. Crawford returned on mday from their visit to the World's ir and Stanton, Mich. Miss F.llcn Gr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 19 October 1893

Fnt'in, Orchard (Jardcn i:\tuaits kh'M i;iTour ok st\th boakd or lIi'I'.TUTI.'ITKK. In connection with budding and graft ing, anil intimately allied to it, is the sci* once of cross breeding, in w hicli scientists nave produced such astonishing revela tions in vegetable life. Cross breeding consists of removing out of one blossom of fruit, tree or plant the stamen or male parent and bringing those of another and different variety, and dusting the pistil or female parent with the pollen from the stamen of such a plant. The science of crossbreeding has only teen practiced within the last ninety years. * * That you may get a practical conception of the work of cross breeding with trees and plants, I will briefly give von a des cription of the process. In most flowers when they open, you have noticed those hair or thread-like projections; these are the stamen of a plant; on the summit of each of the sta men is a cap-like formation, which is called an anther; in this cap is concei'.led t...

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