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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 4 January 1894

lEF MENTION. bread daily at Aberdeen Bakery. Perry gave a 5 o'clock tea this in. McNamara was doing business in mo, yesterday. Wooding and G. S. Thomas were ; at the county seat, yesterday, J. E. Ililligoss arrived in the city ly, froni Edison, to visit relatives, our milk at the Pioneer Dairy, if it good milk and good meauro. * ippe, of a mild character, is prcva town, quite a number having had i with it. Smith, jr., was among the Aber s in Montesano, Wednesday, re in tho evening. , Heath left for Clackamas, Ore., y, where ho has the contract to dwelling house. day evening Mr. and Mrs. Wallace erwax entertained about 50 of tlieir I at a pleasant pedro party. it hot enough for you ?" Weill- Beer is cooling: and refreshing;, rneys Hogan and McGerry were itesano yesterday, in the interest '. Wooding, in his suit against O. tin. lesson for the bible study class was med until next Sunday afternnon, the class will meet at tho l'rcsby church. 't go around with a cold, but get. a f Jeff'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. — 4 January 1894

Fa nil, Orchard mid Garden rreparlng; for Fruit Convention. If. 11. Spalding and C". 11. Ross, mem bers of the committee to make prepara tions for the convention to be held at Spokane next February the 14th, met at the office of the board recently and to gether with Secretary Tonneson formu lated a general outline for the proposed meeting. The convention will be called to order by President Blackburn, followed by an address of welcome and remarks by Mayor Powell and others of Spokane. C. 11. Boss, of Puyalltip, will respond for the state of Washington; members of t lie Oregon Board ior Oregon, and represent atives each of Idaho and British Colum bia for those states; 11. S. Blandford, of Walla Walla, will respond for the entire Pacific Northwest. Representatives of transportation com panies.and commission merchants will also be heard from, but will be given further time the following day. Music will be furnished by the people of Spokane, at intervening times during the evening. On t...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 11 January 1894

|l. VIII. [HE HOUSEHOLD. j HOME LOVE. Is such a little thing to do— give a loving kiss or two To husband at the door. t you'll be happier nil the day, <1 work will almost seem hut play, Tlio' it uevor did before. s such a little thing to do— press her in your strong arms, too, Ve husbands everywhere. d you will all the happier be, r, all day long her face you'll sec, By your love, freed from care. « such a little thing to do— say "good bye" and " I love you," When parting for the day. t all day long your hearts, I know, til joy and love will overflow, And bright will seem the way. , love! Thou art a holy thiug, Descended straight from heaven, d knew no dearer gift than thine To mankind could be given; r, where thou (interest at the door, o' joy were never known before, me, then, is home, forevermore, And grief from sad hearts driven. —Nellie Hawks. empress of Japan—being that t of all creatures, a womanly —has upon several occasions op inced her inteiest in the wee ones D, giving...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 11 January 1894

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 11 January 1894

KEF MENTION. ! bread daily at Aberdeen Bakery. Moore, of the lloquiam Wash in, was in town Monday. Tret brake was among the Aber litors to Montesano, luesdav. M. P. Trask, of Montesano, was friends in Aberdeen this week. 11. A. Hayes left on Tuesday for ivs' visit with friends in Portland. Calder, the pioneer real estate the county, was in town Saturday, our milk at the Pioneer Dairy, if it good milk and good meaure. * ifter the Aberdeen public library open in the evening until 8:30 Dabnoy returned to Aberdeen, iy, from his extended stay in the your meals at the Pacific Hotel, ■ant to satisfy the inner man and •s. K. T. and J. B. Pabnoy were ers on this morning's train for S. 15. lieinbling is slowly reeover -111 a severe combined attack of e and neuralgia. ptain J. B. Kirkaldie, of lloquiam, in Aberdeen yesterday, ami made >fiice a pleasant call. ANTED.— Agents and correspond for this paper in every neighborhood le county. Write for particulars, [rs. F. U. Whitney and children, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 11 January 1894

Farm, Orchard nnd Garden The All Arcnnd Fowl Of the many tin-fids of thoroughbred fowls that haw gained popular favor within the last few years none has held its own with the old Ametican favorite, the Barred Plymouth liock. This beauti ful bird was admitted to the American Standard of Perfection in 18%3, and no other chicken has ever met the require ments of an all around fowl as it has. As a broiler it is unexcelled, as it reacheß that age more quickly than any other breed. It lays earlier and averages as many eggs as any other of the setting breeds. They lay large rich eggs and make the best of mothers, being contented and even tempered. As poultry they are plump and the flesh, rich and yellow in color, makes delicious eating. A deplorable ignorance as to the title appearance and qualifications of the l'ar red Plymouth Hock is manifest. In every barn yard flock are specimens which the owner will declare are Plymouth Rocks, when in reality they bear but the very slightest resemble...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 18 January 1894

ABERDEEN HERALD fOL. VIII. I-' • f the , yo .jfi HOUSEHOLD. Two Women. I have in mind a woman fair 's Old then she seemed, for I was young; But Time had left no mrak upon her hair, And I was babbling with an infant's tongue. Another i confronts me now— h 'Tis sw with eyes that light in love; And wh' :|by lips are forming in a vow, I feel inspiration from above. Two won they who bless my life- One oldiand gentle, full of years; The one the mother, one the tender wife— Both full of love that dissipates all tears, r Homer Uassford in Detroit Free Press. I Not lavish expenditure, neither ele gance of appointment, can alone create #ie "house beautiful," the paradise «rmed "home." The taste that rules, Hie touch of the mistress, lias far greater |Bc :rlhan gold in reaching this ideal, so K '* ky tho heart of woman. It is the ■Ul ipfthe is its queen, and how shall J" ecure the peace and beauty of V . *,? As possible, and quite as * accomplished by Mrs. Slender i purse as t er neighbor Mrs....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 18 January 1894

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 18 January 1894

Srief mention. Impia lias a piospcct for a iflOi'jO'.lo ornev Mcl'.inlay went to Monte-■ this morning, on legal business. > schooner Vesta came in yesterday d lumber at the Weatherwax mi'l. K. Jameson and 11. M. Sutton, of I esano, were in tlie city Monday j. S. Stapleford went to Montesano, morning, for a day's visit with s. L. Welsh, of this city left on day for a visit to her people on the Damitic has been confined to the ; for several days from the effects of natism. b. Sumuel Tienn returned on Tues rom a few weeks' visit to friends in and, Ore. eph Field, an active farmer, of Mid nil, N. J., celebrated his 101 st birth in Tuesday. ix Young and Wm. Crosbie wero ngers from Aberdeen for Montesano lay morning. . i 5. Dabney left on Monday morning far Los Angeles, Cal., to look after his interests in that city. §1 O. J. Lawrence was among the Aber ileenitcs who had business to transact at lontcsano, Monday. The schooner San Buenventura arrived his morning, and will load lumber at...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 18 January 1894

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 25 January 1894

ABERDEEN HERALD USEHOLI). HOODS. their leaves about the yew, I in and out ril blue,— ay heart is stirred (Men paiu, >ng of brook and bird r rain, M ng rain! a are wild and harsh cued hedge, ■ blow across the marsh, aggliug sedge, ailing in the pine, to sing,— ward heart of mine i of Spring, lug. g Spring! ,iu February LiDpineott's. | Mottoes. Ino household was prop fchout one or more worsted rdboard mottoes hanging greeted us in the hall. Dur Home," "What ia p Mother," and other sug sin green and red occu dus spot on the wall of the ised to cat, drink and be ning room, while instruct- criptural maxims soothed i sleeping rooms. ious-huud motto has told rformed its mission, and an and left it in the by »st. And yet the motto indeil. to and fro I find that all r less influenced by mot ; ago in a western city, a For many years she had is the bread winner, with on her face and a pleas ill whom she met, to re -> lie." widowed, invalid her exacting selfishness r only daughter's youtl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 25 January 1894

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 25 January 1894

FOR LIGHTS! LYERS UNANIMOUS. I ill Remain the Leading ith-western Washington, gh Her Citizenr Have to sess Themselves to Pay i Lights. 1 is an efficient councilman, v off on the light question. I' too when he asserts that half of the taxes will be r. Eighty-five j>er cent of have been paid, and it is suppose that as much of i will be paid during the Because some of the heavy i not take advantage of the for payment prior to the ary, it docs not follow that >e paid during the year and nses as they arise. The 3 city has been running for lis with but twelve month's now since that period is y careful management, live imc and slowly reduce the standing warrants. g there was an adjourned e council, to which the tax en invited so as to get their ight question. The council l councilmen Bowes, Clark, nd Linn present. Mayor being absent from the city, is chosen mayor protem. f John Hogele and Wm. (proved. city attorney was accepted. 340f special street improve ctcd by him. rk's report re...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 25 January 1894

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 1 February 1894

ABERDEEN HERALD Will. HE HOUSEHOLD. LIFE BIT THE ETERNAL. Last words of Phillips Brooks.) in it passed, two frtends ef long ago! his path and mine the waves of time Spt, and buried in tlieir silent flow Our youth, our prime. ; was ours, is ours, and shall remain: ,t was then a dream flits on in dream; it was wrong alas! is seen a stain; And what we are. we seem. Mrs. James T. Fields, in Scribner. rs and public speakers have done arm in referring to cooking as a ait; on the contrary no practical ts which is more graceful. A who fills her home in every sense rorld elicits more true applause, at all of the having, than the gifted with any other quality. We mire the public singer on thecon itform; we are charmed by the on the stage; we are impressed by Oman who writes well or talks itly. But afterall, the woman who is, who not only commands butre ur respect, is the woman who is n her own sphere, reigning over gdom of home and children with a nd sweetness, compared to which c life is the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 1 February 1894

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 1 February 1894

IEF MENTION. Hood went to Montesano, this fruit ill ways on hand at Rein ■os.' K. Stapp bad business in Mon- Monday. tier*' league was organized at ver last Saturday. l.eaitliful spring tonic, nothing is tan Weinhard's Reer. ivenkiide was among the Aber i in Montesano on Monday. Dnmitio, of Klma, was in the city lit, returning this morning. Archer departed on Wednesday (water, Mich., his old home, jounty treasurer's office received 52 on taxes, last Wednesday, kinnison ventured as far away iwn as South Aberdeen, Monday, rs. Sawyer and Preston are build r homes for themselves in North en. E. J. Bowes and son Will left this ig for their old home at Charlotte, au. jeii's new cash store is the place groceries cheap. A full line of all klways on hand. alch, who was drowned at Oak ast week, was the father of Mrs. lenisli, of Hoquiam. J. A. Graham returned to MOll - Monday, after a visit of several itli relatives in Aberdeen, ik thieves are numerous at Monte residences being visited by som...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 1 February 1894

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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 8 February 1894

ABERDEEN HERALD I VIII. HE HOUSEHOLD. ftmnn's cause is man's; they rise or siuk. f♦«* * * * Icr (hvnrfM or godlike, bond or free, Ee smnll, slight natured, miserable. Ball men grow? r —Tennyson. The Health of School Girls. hers now realize the importance of lealth for their daughters and also he period of early school life is a ritical one. An articlo in Harper's r on this subjeet is here condensed: chool girls under 16 needs the con companionsliip and supervision of other and judicious care from her sr. Her capabilities should be id and she should not be overstimu in any one direction, but symetrical h, physical, moral, mental and spir „should be encouraged; clothing d be loose, graceful and com ile, weight sustained by the should- Woolen undergarments should be , and if irritating to the skin, light n under the woolen. Shoes should trefully fitted, and feet of growing watched least ihey become injured earing shoes that no longer fit. Diet Id be plain and wholesome. Sweets bonbons ...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 8 February 1894

Aberieeii herald Thursday. February 8, lii!H ISSVEIi EYEUY TIttRSPAY HV JAMES F. liIRTON. TKIiMS OF SCBSCKIPTIOS : One year, in advance 12 00 Six months . . 1 00 Three mouth* 75 Advertising rates on application. Entered at the postoihce at Aberdeen, Wash., a< second c lass 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. LINCOLN'S PLACE IN HISTORY. Thirty years ago Abraham Lincoln, the greatest American since Washington, in order to preserve the Union, struck the shackles from four million people. By many this has seemed the geatest good accomplished by the civil war. while ac cording to Mr. Lincoln himself it was but an incident. Replying to Horace Greeley he said : "If there be those who would not save the Union unless they could at the same time save slavery, I do not agree with them. If there be those who would not save the Union unless they could at the sa...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
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