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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 27 January 1898

The Yakima Herald. VOL. X, If Yon Want ..FRUIT.. Yon M-iist ©pray and Prune ! % W« Have .... IT M Apparatus (I ** * ii He Best Mitts jlj!^ Bucket and Barrel Pumps, ll\ ll Extra Nozzles, Etc. \| Jll We can give you a complete Tl outfit from $4.00 to $20.00 TAKE A LOOK AT THEM BEFORE YOU BUY ! In pruning goods we have a large and complete stock of Hand Shears, Priming Knives, Buckeye pinners, 2 and 3 foot Waters Pruners; 6, 8, 10 ft. pinning saws, etc. OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT. Yakima Hardware Co. FIRST NATIONAL BANK of North Yakima. rilßEt TORH. w. M. Ladd, W. 1.. Htt-luwiK, Char. Carpenter. B, It. Hcnduer, J. N. Teal, W. B. Dudley. iiipimi, •100,000! Mii|iiui, nei.ooo W. M l.ailii. President Charles Carpenter, vice president W. L. Steinweg, Cashier A. B. (.'line, Assistant Cashier. COKRKSI'ONDKSCK INVITKD. .'orrigu and Domestic Eiekug. Beegkt »*i Held. PAYS INTKRKHT ON TIME DEPOSITS. Y__.Kll*V___- National Bank, NORTH YAKIMA, WASH. OKO. DONA I.I), President. HITGH K. SINCLAIR. Vice Pres...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 27 January 1898

*> rilO YAKI.M HERALD. HAII.EY i TIK.-I I V PHbllshctl every TJiiirnlay; mi 1..., »1.00 per year In advance Advertising rat. * upon application. omn.L mm paper ukii\ num. THURSDAY, JANUARY PRODUCE THE /'/.•'" F. The unreliable Republic look m i-<ion to "wi|ic the earth" with us last «eek liecauseTiiKllKKAi.il recommended thai they practice what they prcin li In the way of patmnizinir home iudii-'rv. Tney accuse ns of having tried to but nudr "'patent insides" ol a Spokane house nnd ol having made "i very poneibti promlae and inducemeiit" to obtain the ne We now call upon them to pr dm iv. dence of the truth of their r-tati ment. The article that made tin in iq rm « hi as follows: "Editor Sparry is in 11 om mended for criticising people who ■ nd away good money lor geode thai ibi old be iHiugbt at home. Il he wi nld j rac tice what he preaches, sml print li - OWB paper at 'lome, instead of ps ng -\><> kane printers lor his patent Ins! It . peo ple might think him i-.ne...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 27 January 1898

3 YAKIMA'S NEIGHBORS Aht-naiß Warbliogs. Mice Kdna Stuart left ecbool Monday. > Maude and Ray Vivian lK)th have the measles. Frsnk Ward is very sick with the measles. More snow- has come and sleighing will lie prominent again. Misses Minnie Kllis and Carrie Kollins were town visitors Saturday. Mrs. A. J. Chsmbers and sou I.ernie visited friends in town Monday. Miss Delia Wiley and Henry Taylor spent Sunday at Mrs. Mary Wiley's. Mrs. .lames Stuart and son Clyde, of Moxee, visited Alitanuni Saturday. Thomas I.cc has qilll working on the Stair ranch and left for Moxee last week. The Ladies' Aid Society will meet at Mrs. Kd. Henderson's next Saturday at 2 o'clock. Edward Kershaw h:is returned to the Academy after an absence on account of sickness. Miss Anna Wiley and Merritt Long mire were over from the Wenas Sunday visiting Mrs. Mary Wiley. The monthly business meeting of tbe T. P. 8.0. K. Will be held at Mr. ami Mrs. L. W. lirintniiH's next Friday night. James Itrantner enjoyed a l...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 27 January 1898

TOE BANKS AND BRAES Yakima Scotchmen Do Their Best and Their Best Is Level Good. HAGGIS. SPEECHES AND SONG. The Sdmlrrr* of Hum-' I'rlr.mn 111. Hlrihditi in - Very I inhnr_.ii- Innnner. A I.are* flaakfr Present ■ I Uu Irlil.nillon. The Hums birthday was celebrated in great style. The dinner was good, the s|.i •■ lies were good, and the songe and other music fitted like a glove. Sam Cameron presided ss no one else could, for be knew everyliody and everybody'" mind. His towering (orm presided in every sense; and, in telling about the evening, perhaps nothing better can lie aaid as a starter than to give the verses read by tbe chairman as Wm. Ker's apology lor not lieing present: I'm.i -. i: Oi-i.cn, 21st Janiiar. ''.IS Ilear Mr. Chairman I will] ttiat 1 were wi ye a*. Waes ini'* I'm inter ileep in snaw, While ye are mrt "in lestal ha', Wi ane arconl. Tae tak yer brose ami haihlie riirard. An' tnast that ram in. rliyinlii wizzard. That lau.liln, < lia'lin thkle gizzard, Hear. datrin...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 27 January 1898

HODGE-PODGE OF NEWS Sbort Rotes of Revs Gathered to and ffl^Haraball Bcudder are down from the mines. A. I). Crandall and Charles Pomery will leave for Ska-givey in a few weeks. Hank Examiner Carson, uf .Seattle, has been paying North Yakima an official tikii I bin week. Henry Lombsrd, Tom Fisher and 11. B. Rigg returned Tuesday from a very aueeeasful flehin^ I rip on the reservation. Inspector Lehy, of the internal revenue department, is in town looking after li censee snd other matters in his jurisdic tion. The "Owl" sociable at the Baptist church will be given Friday evening as announced last week. Mrs. Slemmons, Miss Wilgus and others will take part in the program. Burt Allen expects to leave for Alasks soon and Elmer Schwartze is figuring somewhat on accompanying him. Tim Lynch jr. is also making some calculations on tsking the trip. Frank L. Wheeler and wife returned from Portland Monday night. Paring their visit there Mr. Wheeler attended the meetings of the Northwest Fruit G...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 27 January 1898

6 t'a»r Hale. A fresh Jersey cow al a barg* ■''- dress P. O. Boa i.73 47 (1 fWRYTHK. MAT \\» TAM,. THE RICHELIEU RESTAURANT frivatr B«us fur ladies ami Fiail] TutiaX MEALS, _. AND 50 CENTS All the delicacies of the Maaon ■ i ur Tables. Call and see ns * arii iti. ATTlirinv i.ni > l«» mil VM> I'Alll v iii>m RR. _—THE IKBLK i;iS7\i "J. GROVE 1 ""tasteleeh CHILL TONIC IS JUST ABCOOD FOR ADULTS. WARRANTED. PRICE GO cts. OAI.ATIA. H.1.H., Nov. IS, 1' 0. Parts Medicine Co., St. Ixnil.. Mo. Gentlemen:—We auld lout rear, win bottles nf SHOVKH TASTEI.RSH CHILI, TONIC bare lKiiiKiitilir.ii area already tlnn year. In all oar ex perience nf 14 yenr.. In the drug bualneMi, Inve Werer sold nn artlrlo that nave ancti iiil.cr. s tacUun aa yer Tonic Youratruly, ansTiCAii no, FOR _____■ lit ROAF & STOUT. Dr.GUNN'S^ .Tor People That Are nil I _T_ Biok or "Just Dou'tPii V -■eel Well." FlLaL*^ ONLY ONI FOR A DOSE. llwastes Plmpln, curat Headache. Ojsptpsla and Caettieneas- 2Bcti > box SS...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 3 February 1898

The Yakima Herald. VOL, X, CANTON CLIPPER * _/W* 1 I jWIPi., -_l; at*m.,\- _•. B' JHyy **J»t9** w 0 ■ >JBsSll_EilF^ \ 111 D |Q| Dl 1 Our Leaders for '98 ! YAKIMA HARDWARE CO. FIRST NATIONAL BANK of North Yakima. 1 > IRECTORS W. M. Ladd, W. 1.. Sleluwi.,' Chap. Carpenter. H. B. Scuduer, J. N. Teal, W. 11. Dudley. taplt-al, •100,000 Surplus, ..•81,000 W. M. Ladd, President cbarles Carpenter, Vice president W. L. Steinweg, Caahler A. B. (Hue, Assistant Cashier. CORRESPONDENCE INVITED. .ur-i--.ii and Domrstit* Exchange fought and Sold. PAYS INTEREST ON TIME DEPOMTB. yj_.k i ]*__%_ National Bank, NORTH YAKIMA, WASH. OEO. DONALD, President. HDGH K. SINCLAIR, Vice President. i. D. COKNETT, Cashier. FRANK BARTHOLET, Asat. Cashier. CAPITAL, --- - $50,000 Surplus, Undiv. Profits, $25,000 Transacts a general bank ing business. Foreign aud domestic en hau-e W J. AUMILLER, ABSTRACTER. | *|»*Money to loan ou Real Estate. Room fi. First National Bank Building, North Yakima, Waablugton. J. M....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 3 February 1898

3 niE YAKIMA HERALD. HUI.KY • Tt^ESI IT. piitiliaheil every Thursday; Mbsertptinn «1.00 in-r year In advaao*. Adventi-ln. rates upon application. imtU- fish,!, ran mm mm. THURSDAY. FEBRUARY ■**. '*»* Division means defeat. Defeat means delay. Delay means disaster, .union means victory. Victory means prosper ity, which will reach the home ol the most humble citizen ol Ihe republic This week's press dispatches mitmonce that Joe I.'iter corralled all surplus wheat and that the price was pushed up to 11.10. We are waiting to hear the old administration cry, "McKinley did it." Seattle Times: Kverywhere through out the State of Washington cnuntv war rants and t-tsle warrants are above par and some drawing a good premium, M s.ainst the price ol Stl lo !•-' cents for the best during the year 1806. Is not such a showing tlie best evidence of the 'in tegrity" of the present stale government of Washington. In the argument on Ihe Teller resolu tion, both iv the Senate and House, the opposition ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 3 February 1898

£^_E_s _2M^*i m^^']t\ o_-m :b-xjoy« Both the method anil results when Syrup of Figs is taken; it ia pleasant ami refreshing totlip taste, anil acts gently yet promptly on the Kidneys, Liver ami BoWtta, cleanses the sys te-n effectually, dispels eolils. head aches anil fevers ami cures habitual constipation. Syrup of Figs is the only remedy of its kind ever pro duced, pleasing to the taste and ac ceptable to the stomach, prompt in its action and truly beneficial in its effects, prepare,! only from the most healthy and agreeable substances, its many excellent i-iialities commend it to all and have made it the most popular remedy known. Syrup of Fiir S is for sale in 50 cent bottles by all leading drug gists. Any reliable druggist who may not have it on hand will pro cure it promptly for any one who wishes to try it. Do not accept any substitute. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. 3AM fRAMCtaCO, CAL LOUISVILLE. Kf. MEW rout. At. THE NEW RE3TAURANT _k_MUlt The proprietors of this res taurant have...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 3 February 1898

I *-r-e<^z»,x >„.,miiiisiisiiiiiinn'"i'siiii'Tiiv.i".^"~ ~* aa tarn ■ a■ \jmm ICASTORIA pACTQDI I The Kind You Have \jlKO IU ll||| Ai ways Bought, is^d_^s& Bea™ the Fa°-^imil(> ting thcSlomflchs and Bowel:, of | fiJcmftfalWl .— * OF ; Promotesl)i__s.ion,Ch_€tful- ) i ncssandßc-t.Containsnrilhcr s? ~ Opmm.Morphtncnor.lincral. : _/_J» y/,.^-!^- Not Nahc otic. 1 (^^j^^/^/^A\K^y. fd^e/OldlM-S.4t4lTLPt}XWfl \\ r*jm*mSmd- , S 01. ____. Mx.Sennm • J j| |2S_. I WRAPPER Si of every A perfect Remedy .orCon-Mir"*- . _r-_r_-o--_r*i¥ I""* --tion,SotirStorf_ch.Di.il ihura, 8 Uf I I I I r* \V(Hi*tis.Convulsionsfeverish- *J*J _ a a_s__r* ncssandLossoFSLl 11* ______________ ■'tsiliir' ! TBE KIND NEW YORK. I gj-gllf^l YOU HAVE EXACT COPY OF WRAPPER. fi il Lllil I U DvUUllli '"■ <** TMI CSST«U» COMSSWY. »IH W»» <=l~ Marion : County : Nursery QROWERB OF Hl'sT-CI.ASs NURSERY STOCK. Including Apple, I'ear, I'hcrry, Prune, l'lutii and small fruits. New fruits a specialty, We have the mo...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 3 February 1898

FROM ALL OVER ALASKA Yakima Boys at Diwson, Fort Selkirk, Dyea and Haloes Mission Write Home. WORDS OF WARING FROM DAWSON I'nnli « t.nlng In Minuld be < .refill ■ sid (o Well Outfitted aa llnrri. Mm l-rn.p,, i of tinting food at lIM V, „, I, < 11,. East Saturday John Mackison received a letter from bis brother Jim, who ia in Dawson, which giveaa great deal of re liable and valuable information that should be carefully considered by every person who figures on going north. It was sent out shortly after the Yakima hoys arrived ami alter stating that he was all right and well provided for, goes on to .ay tbat much suffering will result if everyman who goes in doea not take in with him his own supplies and recoup mends sntlicient for two years. He explains that the present abortage can only be blamed on tbe people that came in without outfits. The two large companies imported all they puasihly could anil later on one of them offered free to all in need, sntlicient gruhetakee lo la...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 3 February 1898

e_ I'ar Hale. A fresh Jersey row at a bargain. Ad dress I*. O. Box 273. 47 tf Mffli KM AM> TAMV. THE RICHELIEU RESTAURANT Private Boies (or Ladiis ami Iwß] I'.rlir.. MEALS, B AM- no CENTS. All the delicacies of the Season 00 our Tables. Call and see us. bi'kiiai. at rati MR i.i»i> to IIAII. AMI I'llllt IIIVM II". aa TIIK IK-DA BKST..II.OT. GROVES ""tasteless CHILL TDNIC IS JUST AS COOD FOR ADULTS. WARRANTED. PRICE 50ct8. C-AIATIA. ll 1.5., Ni;V._'.. 1533. Paris MrM-Jlrtno Co., St. ]_.hiih, Mo, (Jentleiuen:—Wo wild la*s real** BftO bottloa of GItOVK'S TASTEM>S t'MII.I. TONIC awl luivo bought three (CTDM already this yi'ur. In nil "urex pert euro of 14 yenr*. In tho tlriii/ bust new), hnvo Bovrrsfhl mi article that sat o men -tilranal \a***\* tactiuu wm yjv.r Tunic. . .. ■ truly, AHM-V,. AUK SiCO. ion _ME_B ill ROAF & STOUT. DRsGUNH'S^ For People That Arcf%ll I #_ Sick or "JiiHt Don'tlSll 9 V Fool Well." I liaLO ONLY ONE FOR A DOBE. Rrnioret Pimples, cures Headache. o,sri...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 10 February 1898

VOL. X, CANTON CLIPPER *^ /pll^^ MMulflliui "«i-L«.-t„ MOL „. o% --"^-W _iii'*»tlSOTar-r r» Our Leaders for '98 ! YAKIMA HARDWARE CO. FIRST NATIONAL lUinUHHT- PiaRQS aR_ I*s ot North Yakinia. H — *~ ~ M TwIH-** o]. j _, P FlS(?ffß*tf " -^ti We are opensdopwlth Lorn* /7g^ ;3f ' / hard ami llnrsley in their iiiHKiT..p.s. |lCji*"iini "' ■^nWlsT' ~ ' "'' furniture -t.irc ..n Yakima wm I i..i.i w i,. Bn'iimi.. i iiss carpenter, ipi ~ " " =S5S?c-jl aye., where yon can secure H.B.Hcuduer, J. N Teal, W. B Innllcy. *^f^^ !^ S6aaa_s^ aß i^t \ some verj fine bargains in ( —- *** ffS?""l I'ianos anilOrgnns. We can 'apiiai, a win 42 1-ox^l j-.-ins^T^y» , sell you good new -orpin,, •87,000 If. L_^""-*^J I f>jj6f[j j W W. M. hadd. President M^-~~~T —-»Sg-Vl ICB* Ph„n. fill- •.Q'.fi fill Charles Carpenter, Vice president f^ i---~**^-*>--T. W.\ -l-llUl) lUI tJIGiJiJ ujl. W. 1,. Steinweg, Cashier — W ? I V A.B^ne^st.iitc.sMer. OiPS fill |65 i| OOEUtPOMOUtOI INVITED. Five to Ten dollars a month....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 10 February 1898

3 HIE VAKLMA HERALft IIMI.KY m "ITKSI.KY PaMtshed every Thaisdaii sab«-riptioii iioo l*r year In advance. Advertising rsies ***** flt'l'lica.titiu uncut mm rim mm wnn. THURSDAY. FI.DRUARY I". 'B'JS The first political battle in I*9B will be fought in Oregon, where a full state and congressional tiiket will be elected on June Bth. Tbe Dominion government ims col lected 8106,000 In dutlee sin" the rush to tbe gold fields began, iniisi ol it being from Americana, Our present county officer! are making an excellent record for themselves and for Ihe fusion party, as is shown by the comparative statement on the lir-f page this week's Hiiiai.ii. John Sherman, formerly Benatof from Ohio, is not dead. He has merely re tired, and is drawing a pension under the title of Secretary ol State, and is doing less harm than at any time in the last thirty years. Mark Ilanna. it is smd. has taken rooms and board at the White House to get even on some old notes he bought some lime ago, ami which were ab...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 10 February 1898

oivi-. isivjoYs Both tho method and results when Syrup of Flm i s t.ik. n j it is pleasant and refreshing to tin- taste, and acts gently yet promptly on the Kidneys, Liver and Bowel*, cleanses the s'vs ttm effectually, dispt'ls colils, head aches and fevers and cures habitual constipation. Syrup of Figs is the only remedy of its kind ever pro duced, pleasing to the taste and ac ceptable to the stomach, prompt in its action and truly beneficial in its . effects, prepared only from the most healthy ami agreeable substances, its many excellent qualities commend it to all ami have made it the most popular remedy known. Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50 cent bottles by all leading drug gists. Any reliable druggist who may not have it on hand will pro cure it promptly for any one who wishes to try it. Do not "accept any substitute. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. BAM FRANCISCO, CAL. UUIBVILLE. XT. NEW YORK. H.f. THE NEW RE3TAURANT __t_Al_emarle The proprietors of this res taurant have bought out t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 10 February 1898

4 ____— — "* !2__Z____"______l ________h ______[ __________ ________B _________ __________ fl ______ i__, ICASTORIA PA^TfIRIA [The Kind You Have f 10■ UnA I Always Bought, £^^^i-l | Bears the Fac-simile __s^_^_-_______i I Signatut( j | — ~ | ; —of — Promotes Di_^slion I'luerful ncssandn-Sl.Contalnsnrithrr >? mnmmmwmma »..**** Opium.Morphine nor Muicral. fIX S/Y/P-A rf*~ NotNahcotic. j C^__f^-^^7^^>^^ /axiissaf-OUDrXtiaZLPntMH j j'-iv/imtcj- ON THE Ay Senna ' J €__. WRAPPER /Wrw JVr**_T - 1 -SggWg / OF EVERY Ancrferl Remedy for Consllp- _—_ _x •_-***_-* w Wi lion. Sour Stomach, Diarrhoea. *-li f I I I r~* Worms,Convulsions,feverish- ■_»v_f _ * _-*-_*• acssandLossOFSLE-l'. _____-__-_-— Tae Simile Signature of mi in TI*T\TT\ _2£**&ssr THE KIND NEW YORK. pO).eiß_il-iJ-*ji YOU HAVE EXACT COPrOF WRAPPER. BiILU A 1 U D\J UUH 1 i "*■' -J** THI CIWTSUS COMPANY. HtW *Q^__£_^ Marion : County : Nursery GROWERS OF FIRST-CLASS NURSERY STOCK. liH'hnlitiK Apple, Tear, Cherry, l'ruiie, I'l...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 10 February 1898

FATAL BAILBOAD WRECK Two Men Killed Hear Pasco Sunday by tbe Breaking of a Bridge. MORE WORD FROM DAWSON CITY A < iiniiiiiiiiii Hulldlna may br Hulll-Tlie Hl-s' Nlng Nncl-I »■■ at oilier Vi.i l.l| Nines of l.iiirial 111. nrr l I i Ihe I linriliK. The east-bound psssenger train which passed through North Yakima Saturday night, *ent through a bridge early Sun day morning a little lieyond l'ascn, kill ing two men who were riding on Ihe blind baggage. A Hkrai.ii reporter interviewed W. J. Al.lers.iii.nl Minnesota, who assisted in removing the bodies from the wreck, and who passed through North Yakima on Monday's train. He said : "Near Lake station there is a small bridge across a coulee.that is usually dry. By reason ol the excess of moisture brought about by the recent thaw, the coulee, together with most of the terri tory adjacent to the right-of-way from Ritzville west to i'asco, had been trans formed into a lake. The soft condition of the grade and the moisture beneath weakened t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 10 February 1898

o I or Hale. I A fresh Jersey cow at a !'»r.;-_« \>■ dresa P. O. Box 273. M tf KVERYTBIM. SEAT AM Tlfijl THE jgj RBSTAU J : ftivatf Ito-es for Ladiw iIM 'ia. / MKAI.S, *.:i AM' "W* •All the delicacies of ' -i^Br.- ur Tables. Call ■ is. SI'IIIXI, ITIIMIIO ,-*ys:'* ',*, ll All, AMI I'AHIV liixnisil*.. _ THE KKIIFI.IFI IIIMAIi: ,\T GROVES ""tasteless CHILL TDNIC IS JUST AS COOO FOR ADULTS. WARRANTED. PRICE SOcts. i. ai ■■m. 11 i.5..;; iv. i.. ' - Paris Medicine Co., si Loots, Mo. Gantleiuon:—Wo si.id loss year, CD bonle" nf 3HOVBS TAHTKI.I-ISS OIIIIX, TOKIO awl tiivo Sought llirso uriMS iilrcinlv lilts JSSkUo^****^* "**r c*' oerlonre nf 14 yenrs. In tru*~?ri. F b'-nlnei-''. tii'Vft never sold nn (intele t list I'm •' -.r '. -n ivcrs il ■' -*• taoUuu as your Tootc. Vuurs i r.i „ a^.nlv.CABS A^'O. Ron c.si «• ••» ROAF & err out. DR.6tl. * &#. forPeopleThutAi..-*!■ « s*\\ Siclt or "Jurtt Dila'tUll _ V Feel Woll." *. ||_.___U OHLV ONE FOR A tiOSK. Femoiet Pimples, cures Hesdstti...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 17 February 1898

ImiMA HE-lUljj \ ty H^^|^f\ pWl»i.iililllliinii!liiiliiii|ilii|il|ii|iii|i|iyi!iiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiin [ I \ w^^^

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 17 February 1898

SHOES SHOES THE PLACE TO BUY THEM IS AT J LEES SHOE STORE Corner First and Chestnut Streets Only 2,000 pairs left, .and as we arc clos- If yon are wise you will not miss us when ing out our stock we can give you bargains <*$*- in need of Leather Goods for the pedal such as our competitors cannot extremities. Call and see what we have. FARMERS' WIVES WORKING s- CHINAMEN'S WAGES Alas! this is too true in a great many instances. The Chinese work in the same manner that they did centuries a<>*i>; so does the farmers' wife make butter, while Mr. Farmer rides his sulky plow, hay load, self-binder, etc. Hut glance in the kitchen or milk house, and you will see the wife pounding away at the same old dash churn, and washing and scouring out the same old milk setting pans, just in the manner her grandmothei did Why is thi*.? Lack of co-operation. It has come to the point now that farmers' wives must read and do some kicking, through the old dash or wife-killing churn and the never...

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