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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 8 February 1894

CEF MENTION. i fruit always on hand at Rein-1 ros.' alis county's jail is without an | Leese returned from a business he Sound yesterday. u Coons, of Satsop, was in Aber business this week. healthful spring tonic, nothing is :ian Weinhard's Peer. Fred. King is recovering from a weeks' tussle with la grippe, •es collecied by the county officers ast month amounted to $042.03. ipleford went to Tacoma and Fdi esday, on a little business trip, residence of J. Ilines, one mile Elma, was totally destroyed by week. n llolman, of Elma, has a con r furnishing 4,000 piles for ship i Honolulu. ty Sheriff Whitney was up the li river, Tuesday, serving jurymen millions. what Jeff, the shocist, lias to Fay public, in another column of this 1 the Herald. er Louis Alt left Monday morning m. Crosbie for a visit with friends atives in Tacoma. uctor Doyle is again on the run n Ocosta aud Tacoma, after two i' service on the main line. J. Gloeson who has been on is in this city, returned to his it Montesa...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 8 February 1894

Farm, Orchard «.»* Garden* Turk From Prune*. C. E. Iloskins, of Newlierir, Oregon, has mailo an interesting experiment this year with feeding prunes to hogs. When grading his prunes before drying, all prunes which passed through the ~ s -inch opening prunes which would run from 120 to 140 per pound when dried were placed on the trays just as th«y came from the grader and dried without clean ing and dipping. These he used to feed hogs with and found the results very sat factory. The hogs did remarkably well on their prune diet and the pork was of unusually good flavor, as might be ex pected. Broom Corn Succeeds, The manufacture of brooms promises to become an industry of importance about Yakima especially, and probably in other portions of the state. The Ranch."korth Yakima's newspaper, states that Parker A Fisk exhibit some fine brooms, the prod uct of the culture of broom corn in lS'.'o. They cultivated 10 acres under irrigation, getting a yield of over three tons of super ior broo...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 15 February 1894

ABERDEEN HERALD VIII. tTIIE HOUSEHOLD. COPALIS. above the wild Pacific, rising solemnly ninl lone. stlie rugged rock, Copalis, like h mount ain built of stone. ; the heavy waves against it, roaring through its caverns wide: lis worn by maddened wuters and the moon-enchanted tide. round arc curling breakers, sifting spray and flying foam, e the slim sea-otter gimbols and the gray gull bis a home. round is fierce commotion, pale forms reaching toward the skies, Is of awful cannonading, haunting moans, and battle cries. lug to its craggy summit, fastened down with massive chains, !d in summer's golden sunshine, drenched in winter's driving rains, a low, quaint hut, the dwelling of the brave Copalis Jim, the hut whose door is opened, opened never save by him. tliis airy habitation keen black «yes peer on the seas, n locks are tossed and tangled ill the sigh ' ingocean breeze. t and morn lie scans the billows marching j grandly far below, tana morn he sees tliem lifting bristling peaks a...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 15 February 1894

Abov.hvii it,'mid. i rimrsilav. February 15, ISSTKI) KV I'll Y Tliril^DAY IIY JAMKS T. iil IITUN. r .._. I IKK MS OK SI |!M Ull'TlON : Otic year, in advance $2 00 Si x mouths . I iHI Three months 7« r > Advertising rate.* on application. I * uto ri*«l a? the postoinec at Aberdeen, Wash., i\i 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- I nir notice rates. PRESENT OPPORTUNITIES. Tin- return of prosperity to this section , of the countrv depends largely upon the people themselves. This truth should lie printed in hold faced letters on every page in every newspaper in the country, and ic pealed und ding-donged until the peo ple get the fool idea out of their heads that to luing prosperity it is necessary for Home one from, the l.ord only knows! where—anywhere, to come and bring a pile of money and scatter it broadcast— and, supposedly, when that is gone to go and ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 15 February 1894

BEF MENTION. II on iiii goods marked down, at i fruit always on liatul at Rein- J Satsop creamery will start u|> the hcaithl'ul spring tonic, nothing is ban Weinhard's Beer. Dr Louis Alt returned from his relatives in Tacoma, Tuesday, our milk at the Pioneer Dairy, if it good milk and good meaure. * louncil at Iloquiam have ordered •trie lights discontinued March Ist. e is some talk of the removal of plant from Ocosta to Cosmopolis. xperienced cook wants position in ng camp. Address, Mrs. S., care of ice. tf otection to the wagon bridge across tsop liver is l>eing built, costing M ,500. [. I'. Wiley went to Montesanothis iig to liquidate his county and mu indebtedness. Gus Leese left for Portland, Or., lay, for a visit of three or four to her parents. '. Dabney was in Montesano yes- V, interviewing the county treasurer aid to his taxes. sm:n's new cash store is the place p groceries cheap. A full line of all i always on hand. A. Smyth has charge of Fisher's 1 furnishing store ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 15 February 1894

Farm, Orchard v><i Garden* Tl»e Fai'iner'i* Life. You are keeping great company out there on the farm. 1 know of none nobler or more illustrious. Homer, Xenoplion, Cato, Cicero, Virgil, Pliny, and I know not how many noble Romans and cult ured Greeks, all were intimately associ ated with farm life. Italy, France, Eng land, Scotland, these have all immortal ized your calling. Did von ever think how many romances are located upon the farm? How that a novel that does not touch rural life in some way is always poor and flagging? I)o you remember that English ruralism makes half the charm of all the great English literature? Sir Hugh l'latt, Thomas VVhatley, Edmund Burke, Gold smith, Robert Burns, Sir Humphrey Davy, Charles Dickens anil hosts of others, have given the world very little that is not somehow linked up with sweet pastorals and near to nature's heart. Think of a novel that has no "old house," "garden," "villa," "fields," " woods," " meadows or moonlighted lanes" in it. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 22 February 1894

ABERDEEN HERAL D | VIII ■'HE HOUSEHOLD. Harried Women ns Employe*. i aversion of the New York board ucation to married teachers is not :1 hv the dry goods merchants or ercial men who employ women, claim that a good saleswomen, or operator is a better servant after »ge. She usually resigns, but the b glad to take her back after the moon. The married saleswomen, Titers, machine operators, dress 's and special workers in represen establishment arc said to do more and give less trouble than the aver ligle woman. The married woman flirt with the floor-walker, they gabble with the elevator boys and lire most patient with customers; Harried typewriters don't go to with the heads of the departments fellow-clerks, and if they read the lals in the daily papers they do not the fact public by circulating the ng. At least this is what the mana lay, and they ought to know. —New World. Artistic Photographs, ra photograph to be artistic the pho ipher must himself be an artist, [ know how to arrange...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 22 February 1894

Abei iivii liri'tiUl. riiursday, February Ti, 1894*. ISSUED EVEItY THURSDAY JAMES F. GIRTOX. TERMS (IK sfBSC'RIPTION: Oue year, in advance 12 00 ■Six months . . 1 00 Three months . . 75 Advertisiiiv rates on application. Kntered ut the postotlice at Aberdeen, Wash., a* secoud class mail matter. Notices of births, marriages or deaths printed free. Obituaries, cards of thanks, or resolu tions (tf sympathy, etc.. one-half regular read ing notice rates.' THE TAXES. There is no question but that the tax payers have just eau:e for complaint on ! account of excessive taxation. When the ; bottom dropped out of the boom it did likewise out of a good many investments , of the taxpayers, but the expenses of run ning the county kept on at the same rate 1 as before. Rents and profits became re-' duced, and in many instances dis.'.p-: peared, but these expenses even grew ! larger, and it is not surprising that the j taxpayers in their efforts to right a wrong have said some pretty hard things, au...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 22 February 1894

|EF MENTION. Hr being a legtl lioli.lav tin; banks ■v iiro closed. Hbrcad daily at Aberdeen Bakery. Hvt'K for -•"> cents. Hsmith returned on Wednesday ■ trip in Southern Oregon. HK. I'. Campbell l'.'ft Monday fur his old home in Indiana. lias been let for the building ■00l house on the lower North Underwear, heavy and medium ■ best goods and lowest prices, at ■id Mrs. Si Staplefor 1 loft yester- Hning for their new field of labor Kii. Wash. H Smith has returned from his Hi John's Itiver to Highland Home Hi sojourn. h Weinhard's Beer once ami Hi have n<> other. C. K. Burrows Hirents, Aberdeen. HlVood came home Tuesday from He university at Seattle, for a visit H days with his parents. Hdon't the big boys charter I'aine's He only pair in town, and take the H out for a sleigh ride ? Hvill miss the greatest event of a ■He if you don't attend the Firemen's Hjitt Koehter's hall to-night. ■LLO!" Smyth is now at Fisher's, ltd give liim a turn, Fisher keeps ■tides and sells at reaso...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 22 February 1894

Farm, Orchard Garden Poultry fo: Market. To make a success raising poultry for market one should try to find out which breed matures the earliest, for the longer you feed them the smaller i« your profit. Take for instance the Leghorn and smal ler breeds, where they lay more eggs then the larger fowls they are not large enough at broiler age to bring a good return, and the Brahmas are large but feather so very slowly that they are not the ideal fowl. The American breeds, like Plym outh Hock, Wyandottes, ect., mature very early taking <>n their plumage at the same time, but they seem to be hard to fatten when young. At the lihode Isl and Experiment Station last season sever al experiments were made with different fowls and it was decided that a cross be tween the Indian Game and Wyandotte was the desired fowl as they matured early and took on flesh rapidly ; the game giving the nice plump breast that is want ed on the early broiler and the Wyandotte contributing the good size an...

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

ABERDEEN HERALo H, VIII. THE HOUSEHOLD. NOKODY'S DARLINGS. in the cold, the Ditilcss cold, far away from the Shepherd's fold, Nobody's darling stra.v«; ►hole long day 111 the lonely street [shivering forms and naked feet, 'l'hey tramp their weary way. farm, soft bed when the nightfall comes; "the stairs" in the wretched slums. Or "doorstep" cold und drear, lomeless wandering waifs to sleep, fe nobody's darlings wako to weep. No loving mother near. fright birds fly to their downy nest, ir away o'er the ocean's crest To seek n fairer laud; obody's darlings stand and wait pleading gaze through the opening gate, Where dwell sweet Mercy's baud. leased homes, where children find age safe, and a welcome kind, And hearts of tender love; e nobody's darlings sleep at night, sir snow-white cots so clean and bright, Sheltered like weary dove. in of wealth, with a helping hand, to the aid of the noble band Who seek lost gems to win. tiildren's angels are yearning o'er liiicthood blighted on life...

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

Abeivieeu nri'uid. I'jui>Jay. March 1. IoV4-. :5-m> Evtnr thtrspav JAMEi F. c-ibtox. tebx* rr n"B?c?.:rTi?N 0-c jti:. in iivanT-c t. OC> 3.x iaoath® .. . ICO Tr.re» TDoc.ts T5 Adverts.Ei ■;>- a;:L Entcrci »: v.c ;-:*s..'Sc-e *: VllL, *■ »tcond c:*ss E-intr. No".!:- ? .r.' Bin-Uses : de&tht printed free. Obituaries. c*ri« of thinks. or reMla tioas of tymptlhv, etc .one:.!'..' ztfi.»r rc»2- I '-2 i rs:?§ SEEK THE REMEDY. Mr. W. H. Bush has some pertinent inquiries in last week's Yidette relative to who is to fc'.ame for the county finances. It is always well to find oat where the blame lies, but the thing of most im portance usually, ar. i especially so in this case, is to find the remedy. The first remedy to be sought is that which can be applied at once: then keep at it until every possible remedy has been applied ; keep at it until the expenses c? this county have been cut down nearly one-half. .As state! last week every salary in the county is too high, yet all of ...

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

lEF MENTION. fruit always on hand at Kein-1 ■os.' steamer Point Loma left this ; for San Francisco. el Beun spent Tuesday in the leat on legal business. Yana and It. E. Hasbrouck reg it the Pacific yesterday. fisher's announcement of his 25 it reduction sale in another Phillips came up from Ocosta turdav, and dropped into the I ofllCCi ft 7 .1',. Fetterman gives an inform )• this evening in honor of Miss derrick. Boasted Coffee at Efaery's, it em all for strenjgth and flavor, ts it daily. tf I. W. Moore returned yesterday wo months' visit with her parents and, Oregon. eport of the Hoquiam schools li enrollment of 269, with an av tendence of 227. i Weinliant's Beer once and 1 have im otliir. C. E. Burrows kgents, Aberdeen. J ray returned from the Sound , Wednesday, after an absence >erdeen of several months. Levi Welch returned on Tuesday visit of several weeks with friends Satsop, much improved in health. . Dunbar, of Portland, who has tending court in Montesano, spent iday in Ab...

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

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 8 March 1894

ABERDEEN HERALD ■ COUNTY HAI-PKNINGR. a's sick arc reported as en gain or on the road of rapid of cedar shingles from Elma lints average five car loads a kwith lost a valuable cow kfternoon. Slio was run over il having the general officers 1 return from the harbor, lglehart, who was committed cooni asylum several months eil as entirely recovered. He a while longer, however, for r his general health. roulele: Watson, who has been em he county treasurer's office ts, returned home yesterday, cliberg, who has the contract the logs at the Church saw 1 town Sunday. Frank says mining steadily and under the it of J. N. Baker, the sawyer, iut a large amount of very fine cuts of South Union will petl nty commissioners for a bridge Dloquallum to enable them to out during the winter months, y is filled with thrifty settlers ;reatly handicapped in the de of their claims by the lack of road, and we trust the coin will be able to grant their Yidette: kking the hose cart to the fire light, W. 11. B...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 8 March 1894

Aberdeen herald. Thursday, March I!. 115^4-. ISSUED EVERY THURSDAY JAMES F. GIRTOX. TKRMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: One year, in advance 12 00 Six mouths .... 1 00 Three months 75 Advertising rates on application. Entered at the postoitice at Aberdeen, Wash., a< second class mail matter. Notices of births, marriaeesor deaths printed free. Obituaries, cards of thanks, or resolu tions of sympathy, etc., oue haif regular read ing notice rates. HOW MUCH DO WE PAY? When the taxpayers discovered that they were paying over one hundred thousand dollars |«r annum to run this county tht-y jumped pell inell upon the assessor and commissioners; but when they discovered that hundred thousand dollars they overlooked more than as much more which they are also paying. The facts are the people of this county are paying in one way or another more than two hundred thousand dollars of taxes this year. There is hardly a tax payer but what is paying cither a special school or road tax, and these added to the $...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 8 March 1894

Fef mention.' iandsof elk have been seen around | Blackwell has been in town for a 8. fruit always on hand at Kem ps.' Stewart, of Iloquiam, wps in n Saturday. ; Coats returned Saturday from a ;s' visit in Michigan. nber of new settlers have gone North river country. as Hoy, of Iloquiam, registered at fic hotel last Sunday. larson has been wrestling with s for two or three days. >ur milk at the Pioneer Dairy, if t good milk and good ineauro. * . H. Stapp was called to Monte professional business yesterday, is expected to return this from his trip to the Midwintei urn of S. D. West at Montcsano naged about .f 100 by lire last Bowers left Monday morning for to visit with her sister for a few perienced cook wants position in ; camp. Address, M>s. S., care of :e. tf tiger's Bh.i.iard Parlous will iiorrow under the niannagement Darling. ek'm new cash store is the place rocerias cheap. A full line of all ways on hand. unity treasurer has issued a call ideen school warrants up to No....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 8 March 1894

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 15 March 1894

ABERDEEN HERALu ■L VIII. HINTY, STATE AND GENERAL. COUNTY lIAFFENINGK. FROM OAKVII.I.K. hi next Saturday evening the Oak e school will give an entertainment at school-house. lext Sunday at 11 o'clock p. in., at the K. church, Charles Heck and Miss ma Hunter will be united in mar ge. Rev. A. Anderson, of Elma, will ciato. .udwig Filing, whose home has been this place for several years past, until t fall, lias returned, after passing the iter in Colorado. Quite a compliment our state, when a man will return to from Colorado. He is not the only one. Host of the voters in this end of the inty are surprised to learn that the inty is so financially embarrased as is. What have we in this county to ow for our debts? A gilded eourt mse ? No. The broken piers and but cnts, of bridges gone down .river. If I could take one of our future air ships id sail around over the county, we could e many useless pieces of furniture; pecially in the lower part of the county, the shape of roads, and some ot...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 15 March 1894

AJbmloen inlaid. fliursday, March 15, lti'Ji. ISSUED EVERY THURSDAY H v — JAMES K. CitRTON. TKKM* OF SI'IISCHII'TION : One year, in advance fJ 00 Six months 1 00 Three months 78 Advertising rateson 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 resolu tions of sympathy, etc., one-lullf regular read ing notice rates. NOW FOR ADVANCEMENT. Slowly but surely the impediments to the settlement of Chehalis county arc being removed. One by one the obstruc tions which have checked its growth are cleared away, and we are getting very near a position to "know where we are at." The action of the taxpayers in taking a determined stand for the reduc tion of expenses is the first great step, for the fact of high taxes is of itself a det riment to the development of any com munity. Follow ing close upon this has been the granting of patents to the North ern Pacific for 78...

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