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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 24 March 1898

COFFIN BROS/ BIG DEPARTMENT STORE SIX CARLOADS ■X ORE DAY ! Our Dry Goods Department has been placed in charge of Mr. A. E. Smith who came from the cast to super intend it and especial attention will be given this department. NEW LINES IN DRY GOODS I IE. GO SHOPPING Three Firms Hum.* ()|iciiiiii]>--Yiikiniii Orchestra nt Golden Kule. CITY FATHERS l\ COUNCIL An Arc Light Move! The New Fire Escape Ordinance Hawkers' License Increased to $2 5 Per Day Sidewalk to the Hospital. Tba ladies of North Yakima took pos session of the city Monday, Tueeday and Wedneaday of this week, which were the opening tlavs of three of our popular establishments that tlpal in things dear to the feminine heart. Iv the meantime the sterner sex looked on .admiringly but with strings mi their pocket hooks, for the goods displayed this spring were mora tempting thin ever before. At Madam Oonolly'a millinery store a stock of millinery was shown that would bp a credit to any city and their liberal patronage pro...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 24 March 1898

10 WEARING GLASS EYES. Groat Benefits Resulting from Their Use. Same Partlealare. at Their Coislnt- Hon and I are Wbleh Are "Sol 1 iiniiiinslr Known—Cleeee Counterfeits. Many of you have known men for years who carried pities i'j es, nnd you nc\er tutpected that they hatl any visual trouble except a slight optical defect in til Ibej have voluntarily told urn the irntli. lint nowaday a thia is not considered strange. 'Ihe duplica tion of the human eye in form, color, motion, in everything except the sight ittt If. is one of the great triumphs of modern art. From all time men who have Inst one of their orpans of sight seem tn have made sonne nt tempt to rrmedj the deformity, Efforts were even made to Improve the appearance of the human • orpse, ns is thown by Bomeof the Egyptian mummies. Among various peoples use has been made of gold, brass anil porcelain in the construction of artificial eyes, but until the early portion of tbe eighteenth century their wearers must ha\e found them v...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 24 March 1898

THROUGHOUT I COUNTY Vihitt is Going on in the Neighboring Towns and Villages. BKIBI* IT.KSON.U NEKS NOTES Paracraplis of a Social and Gossipy Nature. Written Especially tor "The Herald" Readers _y lip tn Date Correspondents. AHTANUM. Roy Stuart spent last week in hauling baled hay to town. Henry Taylor visited his home nn Fri day of l-t-t week. Mi«s Fidiia Stuart has been suffering lately wi'h toothache. Dude Minner is banting a conk now. Ahtaniiiii Kir's, look out. Misses Ella Chambers and Myrtle Phil lips visited in tOWO Wednesday. Miss Minnie Kllis expects to leave for her hiiiue at ilickleton almut April 10. Claude Chambers went to Yakima City Thursday to work ou his grandfather's placn. Prnf. Richardson has heen very sick for the past few weeks, but is getting better. Chet Morrison is in the hills in search ol their horses which escaped about two weeks ago. Misses Minnie Ellla and Carrie Rollins visited Mrs. Dillon, of the school section, over Sutnlßy last week. The 0. E. choir...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 24 March 1898

10 THE GOLDEN RULE * THE GOLDEN RULE ALL-ouR CLOTHING AND SHOES AT COST* *-#**■*- -__ I lE N R V * I-I .-.SC II O TT*. COMPANY ♦ ifllllii. Uriel Hit*- of Sews (iiitlKi.ii Prom Various Sources. PERSONAL .\l> IMI'ERSOXAL. •'News*' Is Somethini* That Is Mot Generally Known, ani Here Headers of The Her «|_" Will Kind Several Col umns of 11. A new lot of fresh cod fish at Kinsey's. Miss Itird Vaughn has returned home to stay. Mrs Dr. Hiker returned from Walla Walla Monday. McCieary's Spider Leg Tea at 35c is sold everywhere lor "iOc. '« " Mrs. C. B. Birch left for her home in St. I'nul last week. Boy and use Emerald soap. It is the cheapeat. Kinsey .. 00. 9ti The G. A. R. hall was Ihe scene of the customary dance Friday night. Garden rakes, hoes, weeders, shovels ami pitchforks af Wallace-Ooburn's. Mr-. Walter Reed left for her home in Cle Kluni Saturday night. We have a line Rio mast bulk coffee, *J pounds for _6c. Kinsey ,t Co. 9tf Mrs. Maple's two children left Satur day to Join th...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 31 March 1898

The Yakima Herald. VOL. X, | YAKIMA HARDWARE \ | 1 COMPANY | J I Atain ti flu Fruit! * | | -ESrittr Wun 1 i The Acknowledged jj t LEADER a* a* .* i t i F \**-*--r, i**^ | •.-■•V*.. ** ' mm z\ mm m-Amt*mm*Mt**^ * ■ -•'"-- -•...-. "frT^ii__T' __i-__; -. ">■""' i_-._*-*a_^. „, "-*.. '^ iH__^a^-'(a^_is^--o-S>-* ' *■""-•■ ■■-•"'s'sj n ,_v j Why put your money into a cheap f second grade wagon when a FEW * | dollars more will you the best | . wagon made in the world . > and save you MANY dollars before | . it is worn out. . | They Lead BECAUSE- j f I They are constructed of the finest materials ? f possible to obtain. 1 I fl 2 Built by wagon makers who know their *, business. i ' 3 Finished in the best possible manner. $ f 4 All gears clipped with Norway Iron clips. ' [ No bolts to weaken them. I r 5 Fitted with Studebaker superior steel skeins < [ and Concord sand rims. j They will carry more weight, stand f more hard usage, will give you better . f service than any other wag...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 31 March 1898

2 11 ON 111 lirnss l.iinil nml Siinil I'timps tn Save (iulil I'lniii the i.i\er". linttom. ftEASI'KBAXD PROFIT CO.HBIM! A Parly of Michlganders Who Propose to Mine Coll in Alaska and Live Like White Men at the Same Time. Tin Herami had a plrasanl culler last In la) ntl person nl David Brown, ol Sun,: . Maire, Mich. Mr. Brown stop ped ii!'. ■■■ I - w.i\ to Tacoma to ' "k at* i, rpr , ly inti reel ■In Yakim i 11" Is Ihe oa'. -of 'he two lote h itween the Centra II " mid Coffin Bros 'ian i ■I . - co i ■ re n•■ * nil - ii,.'in h I * bei tl in Yakitl I lor a n ber of \ r vi I . xp- '--• i surpris" al I* •• way tin I *mi hus grown since his last visit. Mr. Brown Ie one of a party of nineteen from Bailll Sic Maire, Mich., who are DOW al I'licoinii on their wav to the Yu kon, their object being to wash the sand from the bottom of that stream for gold. They have chartered the schooner Louisa J. Benney, md propose to take In addi tion to their outfits all the materials necessary lor the const...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 31 March 1898

IE STATE FAIR ITEMS Yiikinin Oilil I'cllnws us Seen by Onr Ncii|hhnrs Across the Mountains. I'AI.OISi: INDIANS OBSTINATE An Exhibition of Moving Pictures Shown by the Cinematographe Proves Wonder fully Intircstlni and Draws Large Crowds. The fair couimisuiiii bays been greatly encouraged during the past week over the liberality nf the merchants and busi ness mrnof the state, in tbe handsome niaiiner in which they are coming for ward with offers ol special premiums. Tliere never has been as much interest taken in the fair Ibis early by outside people ns this I ear, which augurs much for its success. The fair coiiiinissinn have inviied the edit'-s and puhlishers of newspapers throughout Ihe slate, to attend the fair, as the special guests of the commission and the ei'i/.ens of Yakima. A commit tee com p. sed of 1,. K. Sperry, Chas. K. Bailey, J. I. Haraell, John (I Boy), and ES, If. Reed, have heen appointed by the fair commission to take charge of the ei, tertainment o! the editors, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 31 March 1898

4_ [Ill: YAKIMA HERALD. BAILS. A T--S-SY. I'nt'lishcrs Palitisheil every Thursday; subscription 11.00 pel raar In advenee titv-ftlslng rates apon application. nr in ni mm i'\ m; iihu chttt THURSDAY, MARCH SI, IttS. Spanish tj rannv and »j: <*-1«i tyranny a ill troth go down under the American battle cry of Ire. Cuba and free silver. Senator Hanna may have found board and lodging rather high st the White I House, but It came mighty handy lo hei close by when tin* government had al Coal contra lo let li all th. neolntiooe Bred by congiaai yesterday at the Spanish In Cuba were !\ ■ li mhs and ha I itrn k Morn casl ", the a I > _.s waves wonl I no. I"* roil in i iiniriipede l "\er its siti . The platform adopted b> fusion forces at their state ronvention In Oregon lust Haturdat la short snd bas the *-i_'h* ring to it. There was nnt a mistake made during the thr c dais they were msm alon. Congress hss lately passed an act allow ing naval supplies tr mi fortlgn countries to enter...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 31 March 1898

5 Ko deception practiced. No |1 no Keward. ABK YOUR DRUCCIBT for a generous 10 CENT TRIAL SIZE. Elvs Cream balm contain., no cocaine, mercury mr any other in- ; Jorums driitf. It Opotti Mid rtMOMa Urn NtHl Fyum Aiiiiyn Pud Mid Inflammation, Heali ' ami Protect*- the Membrane. Restore* the Senec-a of Taate and Smell, In quickly absorbed. Gives Relief at once. M eta. at Praggitti <>r hy mall Trial Wae Iflcta. at Drup^mt-. or hy mall. ELY BROTHKHS, M Warren Street, New Yafft BTttTTIIM Iftt AM) Till!. THE RICHELIEU RESTAURANT Private Itoies for Ladies and Family Parties. MEALS, X AND 50 CKNTS. All list- delicacies ol the season on our Tables, ('all ami ccc ns. *>!>■< Iw. ITTB.-TION UIVBN i" ltd.i. AND run \ ■»■ \>l its.. **n, Till-: IlKllKini IBsTAHIIT. GROVES "tasteless CHILL TDNIC IS JUST AS COOD FOR ADULTS. WARRANTED. PRICE 50cts. Gai.atia, I i i.s., Not. 10,1993. Paris Medicine Co., Rt. Louis, Mo. Gentlemen:—We sold last year, fiOU bottles or SIOTI- TASTELESS CIIII...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 31 March 1898

Have you seen them ? Seen what ? . Why those elegant Platino Photos COOMBSI& 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 hoys 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. gchlotfeldt Block. COOMBS & BRYAN. A (JUKEI. CONTfiOVEBSY. Maine Fnrmors Dl.putlny Over tho Skunk's Rat Catching Ability. I*.m run men is llnsc lieen Held l»> Sliontlnu I liilin for llie I'liriiAse of Determining This iim-or iiinl Uuestlnn. The jkki bet regarding the ability of an average Maine skunk to catch an ax prage Maim- Mouse is st ill unpaid, and until the question is definitely .settled the advocates of the proposed law pro hibiting the trapping of foxes can make no headway against popular prejudice. Last spring...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 31 March 1898

—Coffin Bros.' Department Store. Commencing Saturday, March 26th, we will give every purchaser of a Suit of Clothes, Dress Pattern, Buggy, Hack or Wagon, guesses on the number of pieces of Candy and Nuts in a large show case, the contents of which will be counted the when the nearest guesses will have his or her choice of Ii Westminster II lis or Ms Sole. Two Pager id Con. or o M .11 Horse. The entire case full of Candy and Nuts will be divided among all the Guessers. We make this offer as a "little pusher" in our Clothing, Dry Goods and Ve hicle departments. Kindly remember in the face of all the uproar now being made, our offer still holds good that we will discount any price made by our competitors 2 per cent. All Goods Marked and in Plain Figures. in liii | Col. Howlett Again Requested to Va* cate His Office. KILL MAKE . LEGAL TEST A Small Blaze Dr. Hare Retires From Busi ness Lite in ..nth Yakima The Coming St Michael Church Entertain ment and Other Notes. linn. o. U. il ilcomb...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 31 March 1898

s At thr Postofflee. 11, ere seems to he a studied |ilan in tb ■ loisl jvi ' "*Ti ■ ti il-lav .listrihtllioii of Tin Hi im n. so that Mih.erihers are un abletoKelil *i*h their otber mail Kri .lhv imirmii'S. lei' a imp -lie Ito re- Mir'i : >r it IftlOT in Hi" .Uv . Upon i .en..* M-ed why he -lid noi ilto" tribute 'I'm Hi "»' tl sVith the other mail, ■ 1,., you mi man wim run* th« posloft.ee r,. ( . 1, "li ■l .- I I ■*•''* have Ir, li stn aster >*,■ m heinii appealed I >, siuc.-h'l fiai Tiik llkkmus b* put in thi . In Thursday night initftftd nf eariv Kri 1.. mon ■■-.:-. I»ui f r riheiou* rea sn'.. w. .1 i noi i' ire to place Tiik HlB ii.h where the It-publii people nan have ac re-- lo it Si r i io ir- before tl.ey ito to lit' -- The city list n taken In ih" postofflee e»rly Kri-lns morninii in ample time to be distributed situ that luorning'• mall in iai ■!• -. rr> i al nor competitor* Hay- taken a I ullage vi such a little me hod ol perseeui ion. C. E Coavcatio* at Walla...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 31 March 1898

lIHIIIi Witt is .11., Towns and Yillanes. 1.K11.1' I'EKSONAL NI.KS NOTES Paratraphs of a Social and Gossipy Mature, Writtca Especially for "The Herald" Readers by Up to Date Correspondents. YAKIMA CITY. Mis . Myrtle llntler was ill Sunday. She is Hume better now. G.Or_~ llulliiway will hnil.i an addition tn hi- hoiiaa in Ihe near future. Mrs M .sin of Idaho la flatting ■ law days with Mr. Harnett and family. Clyde Lm came up frmn Toppeniah Saturday and stayed ovvr Sunday with his pan nts. John Churchill haa moved inln town. It is presumed they will remain with ut lor some time. The Kndeavor social last Saturday evening waa a success. Kvery one re ports an enjoyable time. Mrs. h-ivi Is.iii and little Flodie are here visiting Iriends. Tliey are at pres ent the guests of Mra. Loudon. UPPER AHTANUM. Ye reporter waa too busy last week with bis spring work to write. J. W. Spahr'sschool closed last Friday. Tlie «|irini* term of school opens next Moe lay wilh Miss May Crosno as teacher. Mi-...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 31 March 1898

10 THE GOLDEN RULE $ THE GOLDEN RULE JUST TO INTRODUCE THEM! ______..oy? CLOTHING AND SHOES AT COST^^-^* A complete line of Men's, Boys', Youths' and Children's Clothing—the famous Jane Hopkins line, every garment warranted. An elegant line of Men's, Ladies', Misses', Boy's, Youth's and Children's shoes. Remember ALL SHOES REPAIRED FREE. ***** + *+***+** II El\ R V * 11 . * SCIIOT T* C O Ivl PANY * iiii mm 1.ri.l hit**- n! Sews Gathered Proni Viirlmis Sources. I'EKSOXAL .\l) I.nrEKSOXAL. •Mew- Is Sunulliine That Is Not Generally Known, ani Km Rciders ol "The Her all" Will font Several Col umns ot It. The Extra Five at Nagl'r's. tf Sulphur at the Yakiina Hardware Co. Hacks, buggies and wagons at Collin Bros.' Beat butter on_eart- at McCieary's at 40c per roll. Il,f Kirk Dexter made a flying trip to Be Bllle this week. Mrs. Jones nl l-'ruitvale left for an eastern trip Friday. HcCleary'i Bplder Leg Tea at 35c ia aold everywhere for 50c. l" -tt Mrs. Harry Comae ii al linn'with her fath...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 7 April 1898

The Yakima Herald. VOL. X, ''.rim}Jttu!^o2'^*^LA\-' l'Ji:^ Iyaki MA HARD WARE CO I I Always in t_b.e _Liea,cL ! E 3 THIS TIME IT IS ITS L I Fishing Tackle! ** And our stock contains a full assortment W 4 of all the LATEST and BEST Tackle. X I SOME SPECIAL ____~^_ I 3 :J____lF' BARGAINS IN -Ml | | BAMBOO POLES! | | <2 Be sure to get one before they are gone and remember if | __1 ii-' ■ you want the foe*! .|__..li. i< k* at the lovM'M jnici s I on anything in B i<*liin_: Tackle, call on i_ j * * YAKIMA HARDWARE CO. Mrs. Cary ...easterhats J*' l*sv\ i With llie Ladies J At v x ( is the #^ 1 -Wh Hats i / I ). jtj / J. \ V HEAIKH'AKTEKS AT ■/,____fe"N * * jltxi o. v_/cti yO I 'mWhAi^^v- .&_-. ",' Where you have an im- (J ■__T .Vl\_^!--3 S ' mense stock of the w»7 !' ' *•• ■■ /a/../to select from. The L s&^mY~rz*?\ df^i -arS est stock and greatest \ 1 ■'■- ._*.-* ■■^rff r~*%s• J?!onm' n. variety of stylish Sailors •'I V' -j 1i __f^ %»i_6fe■'.-*:^^-_b.**£-. ever shown in Y...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 7 April 1898

2 mi fl m ii The rUqh School Hnvs and Girls ns .Inkers—*A (iood Time. SOME CITY SCHOOL HATTERS The Ccmmerclal Club Worklnt for a New De sot and aa Exposition Bulldlni. and for Yakima's Wei fare Generally. Systematic Mr. St. John was very inuth annoyed as school time drew near last Friday and the lack of high school Fcle lara became apparsnl He has been working like a Trojan to rid ths schools of tardiness, nnd ths prospect ol s loi ol tarih scholars wis ti"t pleasant. Practl- CH I Mr. p umh wn-. disgusted at ths pmspscl ol a allm attsndance. When 9 o'clock cams and not aalngls scholar snowed np th y rsalissd that they had been nicely April fooled, but they lorgava the boys and girls a few moments later when a neat invitation arrived on the scene rsqUSStlng the teachers to join the runaways in a picnic near ths Sslsh bridge. They good-naturedly went and helped the young folks have a good time, and late in the alternoon, at the request of Rev. Ilirilett, Mr. Wenner went with his hands...

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

n ik in ii A C'l.iir Cut riiitform DtnM uf All SiiliUrfutje. ADOPTED IJY THRCB PARTIES Money Male the Principal Issue But Direct Lrdslatlon an_ Postal Savlnj Banks Clvcn a Prominent Place. Trusts Scored. The following is Ihe joint platform so far ss it relates to national issues which im adopted hy thf fusion forces of Ore gon ;U the state convention. "United in a common cams for the B- ered purpose ol preserving lbs principles of goveromsnt ny tba whole people, in (act aa well as in nams, restoring and maintaining equality, under Unit govern nnnt, of all classes, w■, tim people's, democratic and silver republican partus of the state nl Oregon, uai 'ing all mi nor ,>'•!ritm uf difference, and uniting for the pnrpoaa ol arrving out the uroat Un derlying principles upon which wears all agreed, do make ami pressnt to ths people ol this state ths following declsra ti I principles, and tot he carrying oul of which sTS sol l» pledgS each sml •very candidate upon onr iioitsd tlckel: ' F...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 7 April 1898

IHE YAKIMA HERALD, j UAII.KY A TOE-LB-. I'iiMislicrs Pntillsheil every Thursday; sHtisfTlpttnn 11.00 per war in adranee, Idvertlslni rates ■poo application. O.MUI, HMO.. PAPKR .Mil.. HUVTV TIIIRSOAY. Al'lill 7, UM, The American people will rest easier af ter lien, l.cc aud all the Americana are safely out ol Havana. When Mark llniiiia said "There will be no war,-' he evidently based the pre diction on his acquaintance at the White lb.use. hut had not vet got acquainted with congress. Why are so many republican papers pleading already for the people not to Withdraw tlcir confidence >n the presi dent the Inference is there must be some good g'onnd for inch ai lion. A bill providing for the initiative and referendum in local mattera received a majority vote in the Ohio house but failed for lack nl the siitl'n i"iit majority to carry Such a constitutional innovation. tot one of the people to "hold up a" train is bud business, and is justly pun ishable b\ a long term of imprisonment. ...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 7 April 1898

GLADSTONES OLD HOME. Beauties Which Surround Eng land's Grand Old Man. A Visitor from Aanrrtra Describes sum.- of the Main Krsisrrs Of Ibe Historic H.-sl _*_■__■ On my way from Manchester south ward I dropped off here to pay the re spect that every American owes to Mr. (Hailstone, whose stately hunii- is six miles from Chester, the mist quaint and venerable, and, they say, the oldest in England. His estate is spelled Rawar ilen, but the notives not only drop the "II" hut the next two letters also, and call it "Arden," so when 1 told the. coachman where I wanted to go he did not understand me. "I want to see Mr. Gladstone." "Ho, yes; tflster Gla'stun. 'E Uvea at 'Arden, an' you'll just catch the ol' gen tleman at prayers." Every evening at seven o'clock the venerable statesman walks through the grove that surrounda his mansion to the little pariah church of Bawarden, of which hia son Stephen is vicar, and prays for Ihe queen, the prince oi Wae-. the ministry, the two houses of parlia...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 7 April 1898

6_ Ask your PATADDU Druggist W^^2i^^M fur apmemus Pf^^^^^^ :oc en T m\Wef/ Art BAIrVW TRIAL_SIZE. ■^%^S H C^| Elys Cream Balm ET^M contains y '-J^#^B ■ * t\M me.. ...!■ COLD'N HEAD Alters Inflammation ••_" , ,T ttr.« and I'mi.'is tin* M..11111C Restores tni ■»i .cs i.f Taale nnd Smell. \ ill BiasßSc.) J ria Bits iv . at |ini.-.'«tsi.r li m.iil. 1.1.V BROTUKHI.M Warren Street, New York niKHIIIMi fflfl AMI TASTY. THE RICHELIEU RESTAURANT Primti Hums Inr l.iilii's ami Fanil] Parties, MKALS, 23 ANN 60 CENTO. All llic delicacies di the SSaSOO (in mir I'ii'i'' », t 'nii stir] *■"■ IIS Ml.l Ul. It'll.Villi. 1.111 l 11. htl.l. IM) lilt. 1 lil\M lis. _■_- —mr ii'iinii'ii k.st.i i:\vi. GRDVEB / **<■./.£>. tL ■-!_a_t ai__ / Chii «*_i •-*?-* ?**i TASTELESS CMm I i I *. S 1 lea. Ban TONIC IS JUST AS COOD FOR ADULTS. WARRANTED. PRICE 50cts. (.at m \. hi b , Nov. IC t'a. ■M< lit Inr r . .| i. -. ..,,. .. , ran) I ill lon nf .ROVU'H TAHTI l.r-> iiiii.i. TONIC nnd have >■ whi I hi. v ...

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