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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 17 February 1898

TOWN ON WHEELS. Mils. I.'U-|..\ lIKIsI.KR c\nv. Twelve ye,rs „g.l the greit»r portion of the little town „r y ,|ci.||l t'.ty wss r«- I moved to Ih" present silent X .rti, Y,|< I Inn. a ilialau.'e nf lour mi e-. Tin Nor- Ih-m Pie Mill filled \m agr«e with ih« owner of Yakima City 011 pnr.'hisnl pries fnrgroiin Issniialile fur d-p ,1 build I iv {sail I■! a-I Is Itol,r o I a town site on I th -Ir own land fo ir mil- s «*av. This derision created slim st a pinir em -nt the resident* ,if Hi* oil tivu. wh • knew thai it meant ruin to th-lr town, Where in mv hi I ■■ inf >rl tula h 1 11 hso I v ilim .i» Ilg4naii pri.iiny. A few wero iv f.vor 1 t moving to the n■ v town. olliHia st, inly reuimi-trated. Con-I I-thl.ii. bitteriiesa was the re-ult. 8j lie went an far aa lo show th.-lr t**> vengeful spirit by plating a dyn-miite b • nli under a new npsper nllice and nun* pi lely demolished it. I'he Northern Paiufli Co., volunfernl to in ivii a I buildings fi-„„ „t ht.ge and It was not I...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 17 February 1898

22 Our County and Its Resources I KIUTEII HY MRS A. V. IIOOPWIN. Thia connty comprise* that part of the elate lying between the Cascade range and the Columbia river, and is drained by the Yakima river and its tributaries. Hpuisof the Cascade moiiniainacroaa tbe valley at irregular intervals, dividing it into several small valleys, most of them watered by fine streame. The fall of theue streams is so rapid, that it is ea«y Ui lead the water from them, by meana of canals, making it possible to irrigate large tracts of land. The water for irrigation may lie oli tamed so easily, and kept under such complete control, that it is mil. h better than the natural rainfall of other regions. The farmer and fruit grower can •'« per lei'tly independent; cm plow, plant and cultivate, without Peer of damage to his crop by drought or too heavy rainfall. The climate of Yakima is peculiar; at in tervals during the spring there are gentle Shower*, accompanied by electrical dis turbances. Thise showers,...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 17 February 1898

SIXTY DOZEN of Ladies' Fine Shoes for springl hare ar rived, and will make Special Low Prices. ____________ ' B_____B_¥i I -^xV^^^V^ ,^-_._ - - j^^*****^^^ A Fine Tan, Vesting top, Vici Kid, in spring A FINE TAN, The Latest style in Hlack Lace, Fine French heel, fur $2; also in Kid top, for $2; in in Vesting Top, very stylish, for $3; Kid, Hand Sewed. Ass Shoe; will sell for C, D and E. in C, D and E. $4.25; in B, C, D and E. Southern EP.^eo&Ca I Jji „r ench Kjd) £P/?_£„«CO A Handsome Shoe in Dark Tan, Vesting Top, Hand Sewed, DARK TAN, Hand Sewed. A $4.50 Shoe for $4; in B, C, $3.50 Shoe for $3. All Kid, Durable and Stylish. F> and E. 1„ 11, C and E. por $3, in C, D and E m* •* * BCHOTT * SHOE •* COMPANY. *• + STORY OF EARLY WW. A lulr of lln- 1 'i-rrllili- Tlmr.of i.«n_ Ago, SliowlHf I lil. I Itln.e. In Hla True l.iaht. MHH. I.OIUBA 111 I*l I ll CAUY. Just twenty years ago the p»ai*eful Yakima valley waa thrown into a state of uneasiness by rumors of Indian depre dations an...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 17 February 1898

24 litlSS ANNA MERWIN, DRESSMAKING win oo OUT hy the pa v. Bonth sSMas*NMj - - North Yakima -JITRS. H. B VOORHES, DRESSMAKING Wild, (in HIT hY TIIK l> \V. R.vum. over • nlti llnis . North Ysklms IJjRYAN & HAUSER, PAINTERS and PAPER M WGI.RS. All work dun p i 11,'iiv. ■id .*> 141* linn iimr MMli I'm-es Is suit Ihe times. North Yakiini. ... - Wanh. I'ELSO <V FOSTER. INSUR VN'CE, A -ISTR li'l'lSii, AN'li N. I" IfY I.AMH Rni.tn I, .Im eik Itln k. - - North Yakima INSURANCE. ni'.w. K-ii'M'i', imn\Rit\'iß anii i: il.t.K'l'lHVs DOUST & DAM, Allen Block, - - Nnrtn Yakima Wsih I'K'IMPI' *Mi l< KM AHI K. \\J J. AU.MII.I.KR. ABSTR ACTER M^MOD*. to loan mi Kesl Kutaltv Room 6, Finn National Hunk liiiiuliug. .Nurili Yakiuia. Washington. f'ROFESSIOWI. fARIiS. ('siiaui.i. B Us .ur*. 1 lli-lndilllf, Ika r KM.i.i.u Aiir. Nurtti Yakims, / JRAVI> A km LKII.-iRr, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Ron in • 7 ami s. Herfitii. Mini.. Kir*. Kstiofiftl liHiik build I tig. VhSI'M. KN'VDI 11. X H I'HKH...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 17 February 1898

l_.j________l A MODEL SCHOOL. DOROTHY I'KKIII.E. Friday afternoon. I was meditating. No school for two days; am glad, for I'm weary, my brain is tired. All tangled up in in v mind are vague Impressions of the talks we have had this week on "How to make our school a successful school." Let me see: we must practice ■elf-control, forego all undue levity, and —oh, I am so lired ! Then a mist arose before mv eye*. I could discern nothing but a heavy fog, such as is seen on the coast. I wondered where I mas. I could remember nothing beyond throwing myself down on the grass in Ihe orchard. Where could I lie now. Gradually the mist inched away and a figure greatly resembling a sculptured Minerva appeared before me. She bore a shield mi her right arm, ami in her It ft hand whi another instrument ol warfare. she wore on ber brow the unmistakable stamp nf wisdom. She motioned to me and laid, "Come " I followed without the least doubt or hesitation. Bel where was she leading vie? We soon arrive...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 17 February 1898

20 ** . . WHEN I WAS A GIRL .. ff- •'•: '*rHpiJ*i-_-P««ras3's-.- rim In New England. I i the I Mle New England village win re I li\ ■ d w hi n n girl, brick ovens were still Used hv the honsi w i yes ; some were built In Mie kitchen, others separate (nm the bouse, The tire waa made in lb* oven It* ■elf, which hud a chimney at the back. Tin- wood was bHraed lO COols, which Were ll en raked out and wiped clean of a-lies Willi ■ long mop. The pans of dough, pus and cakes were put in to- j getler ami Ihe oven lightly closed, tl s heal of the bricks being sullii-ient to bik' the bread, which was much sweeter thin thai linked ill a stove oven Ma'i In s were made at home and care ful,, boarded Ai night, the coals were covered with ashes 11 in the morning no sjuirk remained, one „t the fatnilv ran Inr lire tv the nesre-l house where smoke Could be seen arising from the chimney Undi r 11 innels inch n« we have now were Unknown I.e.' n' mutton sleeves and pantalettes were warn. Babies Were dr...

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Page 29 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 17 February 1898

lotion, has a dual character'^!ic unlike any other iiiy of the i'nion. its native French or On ole people, occupying a part of tho city peculiarly foreign or Parisian in nil its features, s as distinct from the American inhabitants,an sre the waters of the mighty nv. r ihat laves (he shores and ibe broad expanse of sea into which it empties. In the French part nf tbe city Ib- streets are narrow and crooked and Ihe bouses as old fashioned as a mrdie'al city nf lirittauy. The part ol tbe city inhabited by Southerners of Amiricau descent is marked by broad, Bin.mill avenues, lined with palatial stores, lintels and residences, adorned with shade trees and n.l..lent with flow ers of tropical luxuriance and exquisite fragrance. A sight to see, and nowhere else lo be enjoyed on this lontiitienl, is ibe annual fireman's parade. The veteran burses occupy the post- of honor, Walking proud ly in a II iwer-roped arena, esconed by scores ol firemen singing the popolor airs of the day. Then the M...

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Page 30 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 17 February 1898

28 - BM rr<"T"'~^i ,^ -itiiiit'ii'irMfiTirii'-i-iimiii i*«fi.-T7i_^rrrr:—^^H +******. **m I^^ ■ SB r^gCASTORIA I 1 ASTORIA IThe Kind You Have k^_l_ n!_| I Always Bought, l^So^^^ I Bears the Facsimile tinglh_Stoi___sai_l3owcl_c_ fl tlirP ProtnolcsDi^.slion.rhecrful- ■ ncssandFtest.Contains neither ■ S? ommmmmmmmm a**** Opium .Morphine nor Mineral. \ ffli *//¥/*£ ri* i NotNahcotic. IC^c^T>_s i'_r!A^^^C^sr aaj»afOldnrXtM.2l.rfltHE» ITITT-P fl .1* v.?- ON THE j4lx Senna * 1 §iIL : WRAPPER i*. •_.*■-*■» .i7_-v - 1 \\\V&ZVLnm, ) OF EVERY Apcrfoctßemedy forConslipa- **-*"* ■•-•r*■ _"« lion. Sour Stomach.Diarrhoea, j r_| I I I I K 4 Worms .Convulsions .Feverish- U*\J B * ___r_-_fa ness and Loss of Sleep. ______________ "IsS^is;f THE KIND NEW "YORK. . W^.MWTTl'jfil YOU HAVE LXACT COPY OF WRAPPER. IALW AI O DUUU 11 1 . ■ **r THt CCNT-UH COKMrlt. NCW fO«K CiTY ■■^■■■^■^i__-________ll______--M---MM**i That Nervous Feeling* ... ,^_ |*\N ia: i:i m.ivi H n*i ..'. i: hk —>a srvr ■ • • ...

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Page 31 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 17 February 1898

I aTm.WILLIAMS&CO. I t* HOT^wi/tw. I The Dalles, Oregon. 1 First-Glass in all 1 DEALERS IN tj ItS ftppO. HtlTientS. *£ 7 Free Bus to and from _| _______-____-__________________--_-_-_-_-_,__-___-_-_-_-_.__________________________ t All Tralna. I * Off Lr 0 D U.S, * t j l"~Tj^"^^^r"™~™™T" i 8 I_ _ v sh-% « v Is kkk au I j^ « 4^ _Mi 111 jf *■"' aWW __^\ * t ) oa*L*m ****^^^^ 1 iK-v/rs ma ora iM&if-* mi-mow. I SPECIAL ATTENTION PAID TO THE TRAVEL | ,•-"'-'£ ING PUBLIC- FINE SAMPLE ROOMS. I Compare our Prices with 1 first-class meals. 1 Prices in any other Catalogue £ c. s. Wenner, - - - Propr. 1 Issued .... . | NORTH YAKIMA, WASH. -*€ WE WILL GUARANTEE SATISFACTION. tf '-■** !*V INSURANCE LOANS REAL. ESTATE BL _B. SCUDDER Yakima Avenue. luirms at Prices and Terms to suit the Purchaser. SPECIAL BARGAINS IN CITY LOTS. i ThOateat, beat| and moat practical'methnd«~fani{ht*in(all*the departments. We believe and teach that the shortest right way is the best nay. ' The "pnifeeaor" ia ...

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Page 32 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 17 February 1898

COMING A Carload of * Hacks id Wans The famous FISH BROS. Manufacture. Prices Within the leech of ail. COMING A Carload of * Sulphur and also one of Liverpool Salt. All kinds of Hop and Sheep Men- Supplies. Write for Prices. COMING A Carload of * * SEEDS of every description, including Alfalfa, Timothy,^ Clover and Garden Seeds. .Guaranteed Pure and Fresh COMING A Carload of * Barb Wire and also one of ..NAILS.. A good opportunity for you to do that fencing at a small outlay. Come and see us. COMING ....A CARLOAD OF * oiraii Materials. We carry everything in this line, and as \vc buy the ingredients in car load lots . . . . We Dely Gompetition ia Prices amat i ■ ma * B a ft** fk I 0^ I ME tf* Having recently enlarged our store room 25 \SO feet 9 making our retail department SO feet square, beside num erous warehouses and a carriage repos itory, we now have the largest and most complete Department Store in Central Washington. We are this year making a specialty of DRY GOOOS and, as a...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 24 February 1898

The Yakima Herald. vol. x, A PLOW TALK! •«FROM ___ OLIPPBa. N jl*j_BC-3kjß_ot_-_B-_^t^\ m^T^^y^ss ■< ._^—^^^^m_____s^?^_^<C'^ -^>^~n '**r* j* There may be other clippers but there is only one CANTON Clipper. That name I have just cause to be proud of. It has been handed down to mc by my ancestors year by year for the last 55 years, and never yet to my knowledge has our fair name been disgraced by a single mem ber of our loyal family. We have always run steady [never for office], borne with patience the abuse and neglect of our many owners, yet always ready to render them the very best of service to the last inch of steel on us. NOTICE OUR SHAPE —It is so perfect that we turn the soil so as to completely cover all trash. We run so steady that any boy can handle us. SEE OUR FROG—It is welded to the landsidc—our latuisidc and frog project under and are bolted to the shoe. This gives us greater strength than you will find in other plows. Sec the case by which we can be adjusted...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 24 February 1898

o y. A. £<:£*.:A■■ ■__-:-A--.*f;/-,A.';-^ t^_______._-*f. V,^^_ii^.-A:A.^!_^-^^ ■e*K:^:r*\:i*hi't^.4k- ***™*\jntr^'jL, 11 Wall Parcr, 5c w Paper Complete, I |wiin i l___, ''r-pSjfi I _ H!rM room 10H2,75c £ ' A Winn vi whose husband is at liomc /t*aaaVamkxL\ I!l Tl *-**' «5 Vi 'i) tlirci a day, when lie ran lie, 4JjPBUBI|IS?~~ Li— 7JI 1 J *>• *^ k' i ted at each meal time v ith _» ..j.-RKS&sr-^JHSf*"" _y! .' _r *. a ■ __ *__ I _r~-*> E — X./ _^~X I I !*__• E I I _f~^ I/* K. ..mi „„.s-„iics„fthe, i \ iSß|-I i^ CHANGE YOUfi LUCK. r wife ami children, Wanted, a worn- VS^^^ZTimPJ ' V>_7 r *4\ ———___ *L an wlm says to lur husband, your *> *tlt*v--vr'^ B| T . **JL y ' Circumstances, cmironments anil individual effort fr ■v ' '">ii :- '.'-1' ti;'' sunshine—it -^ L: _ make what is called luck. Siirintj is now here, [j_ % brightens my heart; come every day f. Ji you are to soon to clean house, and you may ex- -: and cat with your family the delicate food cooked on our MA...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 24 February 1898

NEW * YORK * CASH -<- STORE We thank the people of Yakima and vicinity for past patronage, and solicit your patronage now. We promise to sell you goods at the lowest price. "i-J_rJ_ r_ !s_-?__ rft -rfi.v!_rfijrt»L __-}♦■ \£n*_ *£r rN_rit_rtr **?_£?. I This Coupon is Good for J Low \ * S Cents -UK | We do what m-«v'TT I ON ANY C Prices. ! 81.00 -Purchase.;.; say we do. *^ r* *-**, _r^-- • "^ J? <* ~ -j NOT GOOD AFTER MARCH 6. j3* *gfc*ffrttjt -;r.;i-.;•.>;_ »j» *•'• *o* 'ii ■:■'-'/• ■:■ <:'• ':• • *• •■■"*•'*'"^'*-!!. We do just what we advertise. We ask the people of Yakima and vicinity to compare our goods and prices and see that we save you from 10 to 300 per cent on every article. Ciat out alDO^re Coupon. It is -worth. S cents. A FEW PRICES. LOOK THEM OVER, THEN COMPARE. 1 gross agate buttons, sc. ' Ladies' wool mits, 10r, 20c, 25c. l'earl buttons, any site. Be dozen. Silk Windsor ties, lie, 20c. Wood ptßCll boxes, loch antl key, 6c. Butler knives, se, 10c. On shoe* w...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 24 February 1898

T* IHE YAKIMA HERALD. IlMl KY A; ITKSI.KY. Publishers. Pili ;. I . erv I iiirs'lny. Mil.si rit.tiiiii 11.00 |ier yesi in advance. Advertising mien upon application. THCEBDAT, 9EBBVABY ..,, im. It is very significant Io find ex Presi dent Cleveland and ail his old cabinet support'iig the McKinley stiministrstion. When the Republican party waa out it was for himelallißin. Now that the party ie in it is lor tbe eingle gold slsndard. It is estimated that Rngland has $.'. --100,000 Oil invested in the I'nited States. If we continue our present policy, they a ill noon own the balance. The rumor thai President McKinley haa apologized to the Spanish govern ment f >r making such a muss in Havana harbor, and offering to pay for its win dow gla is broken in ibe city, has been denied. Had ex-Senator Mitchell, of Oregon, came out Sqttarely for bimetallism, as did Senator Teller, he would now be serving on a six year term in the I'nited States senste instead of being despised by both parties, ...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 24 February 1898

COFFIN * BROS.' * BIG * DEPARTMENT * STORE We have been busy the last month remodeling and enlarging out big store, receiving and open ing up new goods and now have the finest and largest single store room in Washington. Our departments are now complete and II SEEDS. Barb Wire and Nails. All we hsve epeci.lly to mention ie we invite our many customer, snd friend. We have jn.t received the only atr.ight that our Saddle ami H.rnee. depart brw-sll in and inspect our new Sprint car load of Utah alfalfa Heed brought to A straight carload ol Barb Wirs snd ment, Grocery department, Furnishing g0od"- tbe city tbis season. We sell it from 0 Nai,s loa *hi before the •dv»nce* p« <■*<»**» department. Shoe department Wae-OTiq TTflaf-kfl Vtr to 8 cents per pound and guarantee the sure and figure with us if you want . big Clothing depsrl.nent, snd Pry Hoods Wttguua, naci__, UIC. price and quality. It is the genuine Ut.b or little lot. We can afford to sell chesp- department, are very complet...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 24 February 1898

<■> hii;iiiii\i._\ur ami run. THE RICHEUIEU RESTAURANT Priutr Ymrs for Lanifs and Familj Parties. MEALS, a. AND 50 CKNTS. All the delicacies ol the season on oni Tables. Call and see us. wi'liiti. iTTCSTtM BIVM T«i Ittl I. \M» IMHTV HI'S M lis. _——TIIF. IRRUR IBIIBUIf. THE GREATEST BOOK OF THE AGE! Should be to Every Home aud Library. TH People's He History In written h) lUffbl FTon William Fwnrt filml-tone, fi Tfi'-bisr of (.'i-it' H Titian ml Ireland, c 'h***tmT, BBg . Mf, AM Shire. Queen'a College. Oxford, f n_t : Kt'v Hlimur-1 I *•■" Curt.-a, ... !>., ClllcatfO '1 lif.ilil_UMl Neminai .. rim .:__/■* lit Kei I t.-|. ii, h Farrar, 0 p., Fli M , Dean of Cantert>ur_, CiiriTerhiiry. Kn« Rev. Klruf-r ll Cw.i>en, It l>..Tti.t<i i'n\\**u**, SnuierviU**., Mitmi.; HI Frank W ' ■ in-..i-:,u- 1> |p. Armour In-tito.*, Chicago. 11l , lie. .iconic r z'entertwt. 1)1), Mm>ls l>one rrestiytenan Church. I*nn<ion, Ul . Rn K. H. MacArtltui I) I), ('alvarj it..; •,-' ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 24 February 1898

Oo Illll'S Fort Niiiußf Mm, Mr. Itsnks returned fruin North Yak ima to-day. Ferinan A-hnrv, .Ir , I ps the seiles at lll'.j |Mlllllds. Cnha, Klondike, Hawaii and Fort Sim coe are interesting topics of the day. Mlueliirds, larks and robins have come back lo greet the return of spring. Tbe conceited megplee and noisy coy ote still display great activity around the fort. Major Lynch and wife returned from I'oeii-iiorg to-day. We desire to eipr. ea our sympathy lor their late In■reavetiieiit The mirth uf th" school , htldren can readily lie explained by tin number nl bows attd arrows now in ibot ti..g COhdi tion. Washington'a birthday will beobeerved and celebrated. Appropriate exercleea have heen arranged for the memorable d iy. Oar genial superintendent ti|>f the acalea at _io avordnpnia. Hiked beans ud apple dumplings meet an ill late in his present c. The on h still In existence, We ure ready to welcome the spring breezis laden with the fragrauco „f the painted buttercups, violet...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 24 February 1898

8 Have you seen them ? Seen what ? Why those elegant Platino Photos COOMBS & BRYAN'S I was just up there and I can't help thinking about them. And then they have such handsome cards, too; have never seen anything in town equal to them. If you haven't already been, be sure to stop there and see them. The boys are always glad to see you and they guarantee satisfaction in all work. Their specialty is all kinds of Photographic work. Don t forget the place. Schlotfeldt Block. COOMBS & BRYAN. First-Class Tre lor Sale. In nnler tn make room lor new stock, I will close out the bilance ol my one year olil Apple trees (not 2 year old at 1 year old lilt 1)0. strictly first class one year oM) on (avoralile terms. t*\T~ See is hat lUl'iatafal Iruit growers say of my list. NntiTti YihtMs. Wish . Kmemtipr IS, IK'.'T. •I would heartily recommend the lollowlni varletiei- nl apple, for tlieir pT-daCtlvt qnalltln ami thei will tatl.lv tbe taitaol any market, and would tnrtlier advlta partlea p...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 3 March 1898

The Yakima Herald. VOL. X, A PLOW TALK! -FTROM _V Cs-L_IPP-_3_Et. M m^^^^^^ m^m**m^^^^^TmMmmmmn*o*^rf mV l **w^-**m^^^^^ _______L H a*at/ I U c^*tit* - LM*^A*m MMm**Q' . 'jLa^m M* m"l *■ t__— r-sfitV-'ssJ - mgW - - ,- _ ■•■■■ ■ ■ m^mrm*mm*mmm*n*^mmmmmm 4 a^m^f/ T ■ -ajf"_r*_l_TJ-^ - - t ~***\-.i*** - **• ■*- *** " .__ __^^H V'^V?_^fa___l K^-* **^^*%m^ tWm^'l* r^**'ri'^m ~* M* * __ ;": M*—sWy-K-sß^ttM mWiM rjl-s-^sjL) ___j_________fr ' J __fk_^__^_P_________l-i__r_E_B____________. ****** ___ -^^*^^flßMH______F^_i ,__^^^^*^^^'^ 'wwr'w __P^~_ll_i_.*'!LT^T" There may be other clippers but there is only one CANTON Clipper. That name I have just cause to be proud of. It has been handed down to me by my ancestors year by year for the last 55 years, and never yet to my knowledge has our fair name been disgraced by a Single mem ber of our loyal family. We have always run steady [never for office], borne with patience the abuse and neglect of our many owners, yet always ready to render them t...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 3 March 1898

*2 ITATOTTTI> A AT-OTjl Wall PaDer, 5c w Paper Complete, | UN tO LJ XT-/\_lN l^Hl I | per Roll. + room 10i12,75c £ tn. ,_A r T — X FIRE: | I '" l I The beet Companies and most liberal policies; under my new Bf 1 3 tf^ H «_W M C^_i P~ *m^ €•#■ 11% I I IC^ IV form of policy the contents of a building are all insured un- lv gj "" tL del one item, thus avoiding difficulties in adjustment of losses. K1 jj Lf IW JI Circumstances, environments and individual effort DM /v •< | i \-TJI"IV I 111- m\J M make what is called luck. Spring is now here, tj **A^-^**9ao*'^9 mm o* | I r___JtssU^l -1- - g y OU arc to soon t 0 c ] can house, and you may ex- Jm My accident policies provide for weekly indemnity against Hg 4u pend all the individual effort you can, but still you j sickness, as well as accidental injuries. |£ £i will find you have failed unless you replace the X r k _l "''' smo*<y wa" P aPer Ult'l souk* of our I? r LIFE" H H __" 2 I represent the Northwestern Life Insurance Company...

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