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AS g V -BS«ORIPTIOJt RATES.
One > .100
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. . TV *• > f» receive their
• J win pwam noUfy this
papei *
w uitttt ia not lat#r
Tbur»i*y-
The Herald '# the oldest paper en
„ .v* <*■ •• i hA? v.rv a
- v ..u-. av.v other ptp« - Chohmto
contracts are
base.' upon th:s cl.v.rn
aad a' tt.-.-.ev .v.-.e oa o
tea v.a.-.er this statement w ... . e .. .
teitec. -t the statement be act
\j true.
All Citv Legal Notices are
Published •ri this paper.
TKK NEW BRYAN
The Wf Brj .va is a vastly more ir.te.-
lectaal man than the oae who
us twelve years ago. Hi* speeches
now are characterised with a Aaer ut
erar> stylo than 'hose of earlier days.
Witney the little address made alaios.
wit . at pre-oAration at the conference
e j . , ra nheldiaWa*)dngtoftaf»«
week- aco- Oae phrase then usod ha*
nwd almost Into a proverb. He was
referring, somewhat indirectly, to the
deviceb>- which men who represea:
w ... a> v. av. t •- ca..*v. yrt ..... .
we alt 1 -. . vade punishmev.: by iolaa
or from the state courts to the fed«*l
c\>urt-. Mr. Bryan saai :
••There is no twilight roue between
the nation and the state in which ex
ploiting interests can take refage from
and my observation is taat most.
moyt.—of the contentions
over . lii.e b« tween the ration and
the state are traceable to predatory '
corporations >hieh are trying t.
shield themselves firom deserved pun
ishment, or endeavoring to prevent
needed restraining legislation."
Within tweutv-four hours the presi
de-. t -.ad ad, pted the metaphor of tht
equally inU literature and into politic*.
It is a mere restrained phrase, more
poetie i>>- . ly. than the Bryan of
jtnigllt have used. At that t.tne
he wo.'.li rave btea more likely to
have said that there was not a No
Man's Lard. Bat to him advancing
\-• m and .i HI . coskq opciiiM exper
ier.ee r.av, brought also a literary
ta>t< uhioh r.ads e\pres»iv a| a. w ia
all .s vlatx-ra-. utteraa-.vs. — Frea.i
•■The New Bryaa." by Willis )■ Ab
bot, it. the Ameri.an Review of Re-
V ; \V > ' . ? 3u. y
il ITHiIK. WAV
the pobße wooM ate>
*.iv i#oi£s*d stttHne&t . * whew
:: gow azkd what i* buys, wiietowr u i>
. - gpc. -- r —Sestt - :
n. : . that the repobticaw axe :
:r e ir.- iftef«eeac£
adK • -i.'- MU .. r.r pw*
s. vi. - '"• " :' -
- ; . . i : :
iJ.OXu IHZ WAIZSJSCNT
Siren ::' Arr."il> ini IVramrri c:
V i~i Ti:« Lcaiiis »"
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i't i" 1 . : ! - -*r £ i."» $!IL^l
7' : mbmr .*• C I friHiff— 1 mabtd
- Ban iWmtm
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** Sx'jL
MAN WITH A HAMMER
Every Town Should Take Quar
antine Measures Against Him.
NATURE ABHORS A KNOCKER
S«\era! Sprightly Cai.forn « P*p?-t
Jump en Harrrr.er Hana,crs V\ .if
Both Feet. Pontic F?et—Let
L : s Bur> the Hatchet aid Ha*nrr^er.
It has been said that there is a time
aad place for everything and thai
everything ha# nm good aad pne
ties' use ia the universal ;\an While
this war be tr.:e. there remain to N
dfeconwd the benaflts to bt dnlnd
frou: the "irtaa with the haa.iuer."
This does cot refer to flic a.aa wl.
wie'.'.s that useful iaiplemeat of to:
but to the figurative hammer ia th<
hands of that species of the hum a
muaial kao«a ss the ' knocker
The rea. man with the haa.taer is a
builder He is oae of tl.e most neves
scry and beaetvia of our eit.reas
The figurative aiaa with the bamr.ier
is a tearer down. a hindrance. aa ob
stacle. a masor oa the body politic. a
muaieipal cancer. a menace to prog
ress. a t reeder cf dissatisfaction. a
promoter of treai' e.
Thaafc heave- Beaumont has a.:
•.v.iay of these ei.ea- es of peace and
prosperity. Ed :or "y remarks the
'."ateway Garotte. patilbM It GMo
v.oau Ca. There may le one or two
of the sp-eoies a'.V-.rg us, for it 1-
s.. ,i .....: v..- . v.: .r :y is free fr.lll
them. So aie reoeut editorials tad COtt*
tribaUoos ia mttin CUttoMt pa
i-ors iad-.-.-.te that are wit:.
Om of tbe town* «„ . wen t.- hf
t\. . r.i Ni > .f '. * .;y .
taias so moeb go. J and seasil .e ma
te-. 5 . that : s :.-.-e a"i-ei .led
"Moca has rvea sai.i aad more has
'v\ w: tie-. .' the i■> w..0 > ..
in which be lives is dooaed to be for
ever stra . a: .-.ala-. . "... . r.s - .' e
saifuess B.Z .. - Q pM* ■ ' Q DOS - -
'> ttlWll .-I !- v.. Hit . v.- r'..
ciore «lr>.T. •; .1
To tie due .> ,uu. : e>. tie w.-ri
laMker* has been .wv-.v. It * !&•
ptCSSitC I * .S 6TW CI VJ yft l*
i> : str. j .
everywhere, e *1 * .* , B
The News meets him oee«ibQ&li.T tod
tries to talk him wit of his dumps.*
No ooi so k y . i trscts diwtx
physical &s tb e o e who ~*s y $ see eq ?
to think thai he has It No we coa
tT.i.'TS .S- .".<e t". CvrT/'-H.J"
be who Is always u sxn! finally
persuades himself t'2dt « A:-. . ..
to be a pauper that his town affords
:r.rup Ti.' i c- :7
I M . ■ aiti q ir. TTT ~
r. - - t "!. * r.s-f Tr" ' . r
that eben hare Be ion :-:a: j._r
to«i > >. >: ... tM roeatry Why.
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ti? r> v; ** t-sr .r ; i
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We seQ tons of poor
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4' " • •! " ' '. • • Jfi «
Hit >.•*.—i «t :*» —a.
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ABERDEEN HERALD. MONTIAY^JTIYaTIPC^
FREE SHOW TICKETS
TO THE
ORPHEUM THEATRE
COR MARKET AND C STS.
WITH EVERY 50c PURCHASE
at these stores
£. rviNl). the Jeweler JFFF'S
Cor.-.nlete lire of Cut Glass. Jewelry
and Diamond. Get your watches re- qii r - Qj/%np
•oairod here. if you want 'emdoneriitht. Oil UC. wlwli t—
YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD Hunt & Haynes, Grocers
*• wni fonntvmns •> 105 E. Heron. Kocers' Special 35c
■ 1 ™ KMTI KKu. Coffee. Finest creamery butter in the
MasoniojTemple. city. "Gold Medal" brand. AV per roll.
PAYKTTE'S Music House The BOX TON
Mi. -r iu x. u- Mrs. 8. Levy, Prop. Sl4South H. St.
.v-v. a. FVfison Talking Machines Milßnery, Suits, skirts and
Jackets.
sc. 10c ami 15c Store ARK SH'K.'
J. M. Keiater & Co.. Props. Consultation Pre* at A. W.BHEL
LEY'S. Dr. Pnaniiaoy. 2o years
:$E Heron St, 4 'GETTHE HABIT" experience. Cor. >!arkV: and Q St,
ONE WEEK ONLY. July 25--Aug. I
This offer is for the purpose of introducing our new moving
pictnre service, far superior to our former pictures.
COWTE \'EffiaE j
Oil•?CooesA#e,Tf-sßes-<«.* -• as 1* j' • ! »''
Lomsr Co#s>r£**c • 11. » llh>t»Tl
MARSHALLTOWN BUGGY COTIMYH^ta
THERE'S XC THING «=\ - —-
DOING -
"Think of Me" Ofar
L. L. MALEY,
I TO I. - *SESDEE S
Sold Ever>*here.
Cigars, Whiskies and Wines
The Miiir Saloon
Humboldt Saloon
Soft Drinks Hard Drinks
W LUNCH IS
S~a- : z-tz-rn : J --xt
irrr-;.cj : \
CERMAN'A BAR
Cold Drinks Hot Drirks
kz - . East Here b mwt
Frel Redinger
a. .» w — • * - — <
F".:r«r -sec
Ht'.Z
TIME CARD
HARBOR BELLE
— t roc rjL*r.
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Is Kxr -
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On V;N V£S
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SEN 5— E E 5
800 a 7 Dibaff B 3d
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A—; —fi i* .i«
ii. : :• i -i > * : 4 -•»-
S. VV. Johnston
Transfer Co.
Hea * > M;> "S O-' 3lT>
COAL
TT:~ * i tbl'.owsg tnfaes:
B!2C* D "Tcrd F-3-*! r
V--w CifT'e Scu:~ Prj • £
Second Week of
CLEAEIMt SALE
More new and attractive bargains added to make
the most important sale in our history.
Every article in this large dry
goods store has been
REDUCED
Ladies' Suits in dark and medium colors, sat::; or
taffeta silk lined: former price £15.00, £"20.00 and $23.
$4.95
Ladies' Hats—beautiful variety, worth ?5. . St. "
and $«,50. sa.e pr;ce
$2.25
GEO. J.WOLFF
ABERDEEN'S LARGEST and VTORE
HARPE R R V E
?• r v-.:t ■ •• >
HUMBOLDT SALOON
217 Cast Hume St. Telenhone 41
Aberdeen Livery & Transfer Co.
J. F. BENNETT Prop.
Li-'lit and Heavy Hauling Promptly and
Carefully Attend hJ T u
:e; f A>r« ? Rr::;*. ? . ART IN S STABLE
SOME SNAPS!!
™I2£S S. K. BOWES
Room l. State Bi~v Bj Id -g
Patterson & Locke Co.,
. ~ * rrc ni: v *
Geaeral lasoraoee Agents.
mate :X
First Class Brielv
At*3>s R«C) *0' CSM
Aberdeen Brick Works
UOLMESj
■ ■ BUSINESS COLLEGE
**SH NG~C S AN3 Ti VM
H| pc=rr-Asr CRESCN
SI. 3L WRITE FOR CATALOG
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