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

WISE WOBDSOF COUNSEL Rational Democratic Commute Chair man, J. I. Jones, Urges Fusion. OUR OILY DARGER IS IS DIVISION a Clear Dlvl-I.n Between sippnsin* ■Idee ■■ Painted Out In Clear l.sn. ■■ate, sa Tbat He s* no Ran* May Head. "To the People: The surrender of the republican party to the advocates of tbe gold standard and monopoly is at last complete. The present administration, called to power on the solemn pledge of the republican convention at St. Louis to promote bimetallism, has formulated and sent to congress a hill, the leading pur pose of which, the honorable secretary of the treasury avows, is to commit the country more thoroughly to the gold! standard. The country has already for twenty four years been so thoroughly : committed to the gold standard, partly by law and partly by tbe usurpation of! the executive branch of the government, I that its effects are seen and felt on every hand ; wages are reduced ; work is harder to get; the weight of debt is doubled; the value of ...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 3 March 1898

I .11 YAKIMA HERALD. I! VII XV \ HK-I.KY. Pnblls - P__H.be- ■very T_nn«_-*r; subscription *H.«J per year In ads-Sat*. Advertising r«to» iiihiii application. Till RSHAY, MARCH 1, 1898, It now looks as though the Hawaiian annexationists were willing to let that matter lie over until a little misunder standing with Spain has been settled. Tbe Dingley bill may tie considered a success in one wav—trusts in greater number and with greater capital have been organized under it than under any other tariff measure. A qimtloa which is agitating the peo ple now is whether we are to send a com missioner to Kurope to find out what we are to do with Cuba, or whether we can not settle it without the con.-, in ..( Kng land. The guldite press is constantly quoting the sale of bonds at a premium which bears a low rate of interest to prove that money is cheap. Falling prices has driven it out of all other channels.|Bo_d_ are the only safe Investment left. Hoes that show a healthy financial condition ? ...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 3 March 1898

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. A FULL DAY'S WORK. What a New England Farmer Accom plished. Lent some, one should think an Aroostook farmer's life too free and easy, the Parkhurst correspondent of the Fort Fairfield Beacon gives this account of on average day's work dur ingt.be potato-digging season: "I went to bad at It p. vi. with the conviction that I must get. up at 4 a. m (local time). Awoke when the clock struck _ and dared not go to sleep again for fear of sleeping over. Jumped out of bed at 4 o'clock, ran to the barn, ...

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

G No deception practiced. No *10- He ward. ASK YOUR DRUGGIST for a generous 10 CENT TRIAL SIZE. /S_._S\ |Cff«3^» < « A «ivJ»| _h_^°2_?s_F^ Elys Cream Balm contains no cocaine, raen-ury nor any other in jurious '!"!!• It .■;■•'•- and cleanses the Natal Paaaajrea. Allays I'am ami Inflammation. Ileala and I'riitecu the Memlirsne. Kestnres the Senses of Taste and Smell. Is qntrkly alisorlied. (Usee ; Helief at onre. mi cts. at lirngKista or by mail; i Trial Size ldrts at DrtWftsta or by mail. SLY UK.'l'llKits, oil VVarreu Street, New York _VKi.YTIIIV._.\KAT AM TASTY. THE RICHELIEU RESTAURANT Frivutr linus lor Ladies ami Family Parties. MEALS, ."I AM* 50 CENTS. All the delicacies nf tl,p season on mir I'.ililes. Call and see us. SI'KIII IIIIVIIO-S I.IVIA 141 • 111.1. IMI I'lllll IH-SMItN. *m nH KHIIHIH KFSTA.RAVT. BRDVES a ' Clin *f*>_3S ■^S^*^P*\ "tasteless CHILL TDNIC 18 JUST A 8 COOD FOR ADULTS. WARRANTED. PRICE 50 cts. LSI VI IS, Il LS., NOV. 18, IBN. Parti Medicine Co., St. Ur...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 3 March 1898

COFFIN * BROS/ * BIG * DEPARTMENT«STORE We have been busy the last month remodeling and enlarging our big store, receiving and open ing up new goods and now have the finest and largest single store room in Washington. Onr departments are now complete and we invite our many customers and friends to call in and inspect our new Spring goods. Wagons, Hacks, Etc. Our second carload of the celebrated Fish Bros.' Wagonß* Hacks, Buggies and Carts, are now being crt up and put on display in our repository. They are a staunch, durable lot. We guarantee them in every respect and the prices are 5 to It) per cent cheaper than anywhere else in the city. We buy and sell everything. You can always depend on this old and reliable firm THE FAIR COMMISSIONERS Hold a Sbort Session and Accomplish Much Good Work In Quick Order. FOR AN EXHIBITION BUILDING Vaklma People In Spokane- The School I ii,Hi.i> mi Naturdaj — Very Few Voter* Itrglsii r. <i l.oi al ■Noli* ol «.nn nil Interest. The state fair c...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 3 March 1898

s RESERVATION MAY OPEN Many Difficulties Have Been Overcome and tbe Prospect Appear. Favorable. SUPERIOR COURT HOLDS _ SESSION 111.- Proposition ta Drop Ibr rrriis ">nnti** tram Ihe Name "sorili Vaklma la I n_«*r Discussion Once IWorr. Indian Commissioner Barge arrived from Washington City Saturday morn ing and reports a very satisfactory trip. He has been able to overcome all obsta cles hitherto placed in the way of treat ing with the Imlisns, und unless new ones bave developed during his absence, s ipeedy conclusion of the matter may be expected. Troop 4. On last Saturday Capt. Scudder re ceived orders to add abont forty new names to the list of troop members, and of this number about twenty have al ready consented to join. ' The resignation of Second I.ieutenan Liggett, which was sent in sev eral months ago, has been accepted, and First Sergeant Coombs having declined promotion. Second Sergeant Will Lemon has been promoted to fill the vacancy. He will be examined in Kllensburg...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 3 March 1898

Onr linn AhUimm Mt*. Mias Addie Brooks bas been quite ill for the past few days. Miss Edna Stuart visited Ahtanum and attended the social Friday evening. Lincoln Oreenwalt, of Moxee, bas rented the Durgan ranch for three years. Charles McOlothlin and family left Monday for their home on the Columbia. Charley Quinn left Monday. Another student will be missed from the academy. Mr. Ellis, of Bickleton, came over Sun day, and expects to move hia family to tbat place tbia week. Miss Sadie Woolsey and Peter Hanson were quietly married last Thursday, giv ing the Ahtanum people quite a surprise. Tbe progressive social given in the church last Friday night waa a success. The program waa as follows: Recitation, Henry Taylor; recitation, Ella Cham bers; recitation, Ktha Henderson ; cha rade, Missei Maude Vivian, Kdith Day, Beatrice Never; recitation, Roy Stuart; Indian club drill, Myrtle Phillips. Miss Myrtle Phillips and Obn McMurry won first prize in spelling and art conteet, and Miss Minnie...

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

10 Tie CHew Drf.oois.lore Will open up almut March loth, at tbe old Jobnaon Taint Co.'s stand, a $20,000 Stock OF Dry Goods, Furnishing Goods, Boots, Shoes, Hats and Caps. Everything Soli at Chicago Prices l,ower than ever before offered in tbe West. For r Dry Wool ....AND... 11l * * IM OF AU. KINDS, GO TO THK Piiitir Lumber YARD, Iff, \. P. Dfpot. • MlliTII IUIIA. Diners leeitEl Bakery and Restaurant WIITE Hill' (IM., EIPLOTEI. Clean Tasty Cooking; Guaranteed. Regular dinner served from I i a. m. to 2 p, m. Short Orders at all Hours durinn the Day and Evening;. x hue of yoi k PATRoinE wucrra UOTH K-SIIKRIU'S _AL_ 0! FOR.XLOSI RE. la the Superior Court ol Yakiina Couuty, State of Washington. Tbe Cnited States Saviwrs and l-oao Company, a corporation, plaintiff, vs. Emu 8. aehaono, li si.- ami l.cla V. Coe, bis wile. Mark Zi'ik suit Mary J Zaek, hi* wife. Defendants. Whereas, under ami tiy virtue of a writ of Bpacla! Execution, Orderof Bale and Deere!ol Foreclosure lssurd out of the ...

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

The Yakima Herald. VOL. X, MIAMIWARECO. i 8 I ITJ^T I I 1 | REMEMBER 1 || When fitting up for your spring work H that you can save time and money |l by letting us supply your needs in such goods as § Plow Reams, M §j Plow Handles, 11 B__. T"fc 1 / i 1 • Utii m Plow Clevis, m | Plow Extras, 1 | Harrow Teeth, 1 ft Shovels and Spades, 11 1 Planet, Jr., Drills & Hocks, || 1 Double Tree Woods, m Singletrees, ironed and plain, I Neckyokes, j Waeroa Wood of all kinds, m I 8 1 1 ALS° I Ij Grub Hoes and Mattocks, H Hop Hoes and Hooks, SI Garden Hoes and Bakes. 1 WD bave tie Stock ao. Our Prices are Right. 1 iM. BESIDES OUR LARGE AND |y H COMPLETE LINE OF $M 1 ' CANTON CLIPPER PLOWS, 1 | HARROWS, II I DISC 1 HARROWS, B I CULTTV ATORS, ETC. 1 - --No Better made. I I 1 I Honest Goods at Hcnest Prices. I 1 YAKIMA HARDWARE CO. | ft II j^^__^i^^sM;i^^i___^--_^(___^r_i^___^i__^!__^__^ BARGAIN COUNTER * lUTnu'ri c are c*os*n8 °,*t <"*l' 'ots- Ilil 111 \ ot many "'* a ■K'l,(* ''ut ever >' i...

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

2 ItATCTTO A XT_OT7^ H Wall Paw, 5c w Paper Complete, | lIINrOU it -./ViN l^Hl £ I per Roll. <T room 10x12.75c g I FIRE: [N I The best companies and most liberal policies; under my new C*^ H *)*\ MC^ F" "Y^COlJf? L_»lJC*^_fC -T g form nf policy the contents of a building arc all insured un- |L U^ j? der one item, thus avoiding difficulties in adjustment of losses. £ • . Li. > W- A Circumstances, environments and individual effort BH » f*-^-4f*~~-i I I \ La'TVTT*l **' *■ __ make what is called luck. Spring is now hire, |fl S -t__-**_-_*•'**■—■»'-*--l—'^^J J-M -J- - VI "4M „ ou arc to soon to c l call house, and you may ex- r*l J My accident policies provide for weekly indemnity against |£ H| pend all the individual effort you can, but still you Bn sickness as well as accidental injuries. k ,jt will find you have failed unless you replace the K_j •;• /. :• old smoky wall paper with some of our Lj 1 Ll™ r . a*m Tr ,,, v, esc.,,, „i.c *\k nbw Spring Styles an_ colorings. I jJJ| st...

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

Kfff, .v_3__^_;.__«_lC-^<S-ZJ^jK3.-^t:TßSs_!t_\s3la I More Compliments f 1 for lo Lames. 1 |i _™ { „ ... ____s_i______)___<iai __f<^ §_________«S> jill l.'wistoti, i Idaho,, Tribune: The Tri bans is in rereipt ol a handsome special numher of Tiik North Yak.ma llkhaiii. The preparation ot the edition was man aged hy ths ladi"s of that city, and the paper WM edited hy a stall'of writers se lected from their number, The proceeds {nun adverli.ini* and sale of paper", amounting to orer 1200, whs given to the free library fund. Wenatchee Advance: The rum nt is sue of Tiik Yakima lli.kai.ii was a "wo man's c litlon." something alter the pat ten, oi the Advance ol receot issue, only mm h niore elaborate, It ct-atsloed SSI five column pages, with fully half the spare full of advertisements of local mer Chants. The edition speaks volumes for the enterprising publishers, busineas men and the ladies who had the affair in Charge, The proceeds are to be used in establishing a public l...

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

4 [111- YAKIMA !!! KALI). BAII.KY .*. UK-1 IV Pnblls tiers vii -he.i every Thnrsdaj subscription 11.00 per asi in sdvaore vdvertislus: rate. vi'"ii a,.plication TMVRHH 11. MillCll i ', tt*, A communication on the subject of fu sion, which liai been unavoid ,bly crowd ed out, «iU appear neal week. i I ir opinion •! tne pa' Holism of Ibe gold gamblers nl VVailatrm t waa clearly I explained by Senator Vesl when he said: "When tiny speak they lie, and when 1 they ure siient they steal Sinie l.ond has failed take up the poets! deficiency Irom the country news-; papi r, we would suggest thai he inquire into tie nulls', ■( paying !f:l il'o.iimi lor He annual u-e of cars that can be li'iili lor |2,ti00,00Q and laa) 80 \e.irs. Hon. ('. A. Town*, Ihe silver-tongued I ura'or of Minneeots, is now making speeches in Oregon, Next lo William J. liivan ho is undoubtedly the besta<tVo-l cate of silver in the I'nited States. Me will make a few speeches in this state. The fusion forces of Oregon su...

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

QiT^O/^IQ " Coiiiiii«»m*iii£ Marc'li 11 9 \\v will oflrr.il S|>r<i;il l-O LltJv^ls^iJL tl< k2ii'aii<*<» S;i3.-, Mir following g<MMf__ .jii*l ■'«' - wlii<«li were boii^hi al sacrifice | T| pp "pp yi #o^__i prlecs .iihl n hich ire propoM' our ens* Vy-LC/Ctl CLll^O . • . toners shall have the benefit of. Qo 1 p NOTE THESE BIG REDUCTIONS: *******\^%J*m, Vs»* goo y,* s Toweling worth (>c, going at 3c yd. 300 pr Missis Shaw Knit fine hose, retail 55° v<*s toweling worth Be, going at 5c yd. price 35c, going at 19c. 400 yds toweling worth 10c, going * Xc yd tMttamm .-^_ __a ._*____■____■■ __r_____i 6o° yds toweling wortlt 12 ' . going at IOC yd li°° >lls douhlc wi(Uh I,eavv "oolenette TUDI WEEKS 450 yds toweling wortli .Less goods, worth 12.".. and ,50. at too. B "■>*™fc" wW ___■___■■%!» 300 yda toweling worth aoc, going at 15c yd White Maraailes bed spreads, extra good COMMFNCING 2°° prS Turk'sn lowels* worth 25c, at 15c DI values—73o grade goes for Ooe, $1...

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

6 _£____ CATARRH for scorwas H_^^Y^^^B IOCENT W&ZH BA^l| Ely's Cream Balm KT*|Ml rnnuini ' • Mt S <*-** r#S nvrrnry tvt sny • ,tl -.:. iiru_ mn It y .Misortx-,1. \___l II ie . Itv.nf stonrc. It miens unit cleanses - A , _ , ■ ■_-a r> j„e. ...i.5.., L . COLD •>* HEAD 11, .i« siil lTnli'its llir M.uiiTSiir. ICr.tiires thf . „,..... , f Taste snil Miicll. Full -izt'6-c. ; Tn». k u ,. |iv . 111 iin.'ivsisi.r iy m ill. I-.1.Y BROTUBI-.M Wsrrc--_-<"•, Newtorlc mii.TIII.Ii_UAT AMI TASTY. THE RICHELIEU RESTAURANT Plivati Rsin l»r Latin m 4 Pmhllj l*-irfi» -» Ml-. \l.-. *.'• \NH 60 CENTS. All ibe delioseles of ihe sesson on oni Tables. Call and .i" na. s.i'i i\i ii i; >in)> i.i t| l % li I. II s. ,Mi i urn lll\M us. nn * ih.if.l i;ivni!;ni '■-■—-..... jF \ / l* I fl t+ am • ■*** I "--... I '-...... ■*. 1/ I 1" — m h i . pic- l\-**m •- . 1 \ TA *i Ifff —a ' . * ¥ a,' • ■ ■(■ _r .*; ■*•_*. 4 --.-.- TASTELESS t 13 JUST AS COOD FOR ADULTS. WARRANTED. PRSCESOctS. (iAI 'm.lii...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 10 March 1898

Have you seen them ? Seen what? Why tho.' >. elegant Platino Photos — & BRY. ft'S I was just up there and . can't help thinking about them. And then they have such handsome cards, too; havo never seen anything in town equal to them. If yon haven't already been, be sure to stop there and see them. The boys are always gl id 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. _______^_ t~**-\r\i\nc*c, x» or-*v. am _________________________________ ■*■■■ ■■ *nor»iy|RS & BRYAN. TIIE PLUU HAT. A Movomont to Dcthrono tho Time-Honored "Stovopipo." The Author Is an lini-ltsli I.onl Who I'oses us a Leader lo London society | —llm "I'luii" Will tlsrdlj lie llonc An iy W sI ts. Roughly speaking, the average Eng lishman is prett} ccita.n to make one or two remarks when he (fcts up in Ihe moruiug. If the sporting instinct is silo,, i.i him ai.ii ii i_ in i.... i l-ug ' lim ii lie exclaims;...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 10 March 1898

8 IHt MONROE DOCTRINE.. V lirrtaratlmi «>|>|" «I"C • 'nri'lßii Intrr fctSSSS Willi I Is.illanlli- Affairs. Briefly and t-roadly stated, tin- Mon roe doctrine is our national policy of opposing the Interference "f European powers with the political affairs of cs , ; : gIIVI mini ilts ill the American hemisphere. Its origin, as related by the Ne« "i .i 'k i'nin-. waa as follows: In is.'.', at a congress of Bu ropean powers at VerofW, Italy, there waa diacusaed a project for aiding Spain to recover mr away over her revolted American coluniea. This aroused strong indignation in the United states md the sentiment: "America for the Americana," I ante a popular cry. In the fallowing year—lßß3—President Monroe, after careful consultation with his secretary nf state, John Quincy Adams, and with Thomas Jefferson, In orpornted in his annual message the following ileelaratioiis: "That we should consider any attempt mi their part tii extend their system tn any pot* timi nf this hemisphere ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 10 March 1898

COFFIN * BROS.' * BIG * DEPARTMENT * STORE I «- We received in one day last week SIX CARLOADS of goods and *&***** in order to make room for this enormous amount of i^M^l C. *\ mm ■ at** a ik_.i stock we arc selling at prices which cannot AICL.OA DS be met by any hoi ; sc ln the city CA IC 1,11 A IIS ™ E ¥ SPECIAL BARGAINS IN CLOTHING * ™ m pAY f and a visit to that department of our Hig Store will convince you ||S|> f that we mean just what we say. mtWJM M • Our Dry Goods Department has been placed in charge of Mr. A. E. Smith who came irom the east to super intend it and especial attention will be given this department. NEW LINES IN DRY GOODS MI. D ANNUAL ThU Popular Organization Celebrate. Its l.irtliiliis iti ji Pitting St\lc. LITERATURE, MUSIC, DRAMA. Harvey Congdon Narrowly _s;aces Death In Alaska Alta Heywood Mortally Wounded. Complaint Against a Woman Back I-rom Alaska. Tuesdsy ti this week » is a veritable red letter day for the membsra of the Woman's Club ol North Y...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 10 March 1898

10 I SILVER HUE Reform Porccs ar. I'rcparlig for the Pinal Strangle Pnsl s-pproachlßfl,. i.i\i> tn liMin; \tiu diuu\ The Cluirmin of the . atmnal CsSWlttH ant Siber Pctiitlican Sin.itiir. Pr.. tare an Intcrv-linit Pa per on Kusion. Tin' running plans of the beneflcisries of the .old standard sin! the advocates nl moii poly are just ti"_rinrf completion. They need bnt to win one more victory to I ne mpreiii" and lo be able to defy the sovereignty ol the people for eenern tions With ihe policy of th« republi can administration is a plain confsssion thai the secret authors of the St. Louis platform of 18!WI are in absolute control of that party. Power thus secured un der false preten.es is to be ruthleeel*j. use,i p. carry out the ulterior designs ol the conspirators. Tba slow processes of twenty live years sre rapidly sdvsnced to their goal, the nearer approach to which now seems to warrant dispensing wifi ihe caution and deceit that have hitherto been tlie necessary preliminaries ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 10 March 1898

iiiii m Hint is (ioini| nn in the Ndftlorl-f Towns .mil Villages, BRIEF PERSONAL XEWB XOTE9 Para.raphs of a Social and Gossipy Mature. Written Especially for The Herald" Readers ty Up-to-Date Correspondents. AHTANUM. Mies I ."tn Smithe is quite sick with the measles. Mrs. A. F. Chambers is expected home Thursday. (ieorge Weikel was an Ahtatitini visi tor Sunday. Floyd Shannafelt quit school at the academy Friday. Mrs. Rollins has moved to Tatnpico, to live on her plare. Miss Vida Wardle will bosril with Mrs. George Mannings thia summer. The family of James Stuart of Moxee moved to Ahtanum Saturday. Mrs. Blanker visited her daughter, Mrs. N. A. Kibler, on Sunday last. A. Hanson and family took their de parture for Rig Hen.l last Tuesday. Krkeuihracks have rented it. ll.Ward's place, and moved no there last week. Key. A. Judson liailey visited Key. I. W. Briotnall and the academy last week Miss Sherman, Koy Shaw and Maudie Vivian are new students at the academy. DaltOß Mansfield ie re...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 10 March 1898

12 F re*** * Dress dis i Waist Mm an 35c i m or«. Free! ■ ■WW ■ .** .;. ALL LININGS PREEH •§* * | *ww ■ Our second shipment of $3000 in Dress (iinuls and Silks have just arrived ;in<l will be open fof choice Monday Try our Grocery Department. Prices are tlie lowest and stock always fresh il-iIIRIM I Brief Hit*- nt News Gathered from] Varion. Soarecs. I'RKSuNAL AM) IMPERSONAL. ". cws" Is Something That Is Not Generally Known, and Here Readers of The Her ald" Will Find Several Col umns of It. A new lot of fresh cud flsfa at Kinsey's. Wn. Ins repaired by Keene are war ranted. Iv E. Kelso is taking a few days' rest over at Tacoma. II .1. Snively returned from Ellens- i burg Monday. Ales McAllister went to Etlsnsburgl Tuesday uitilit. All linings free with 35c goods at the Golden Rnle. 8-_t Commissioner Harge spent part of the week in Kllensburg. Bee (he new watches at Keene's before baying elsewhere. lilt Born, lo Mr. and Mrs. <i. S. Rankin, last Saturday, a tine boy. Meisier the ...

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