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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 21 April 1898

lIII_I COUNTY ..tint Is (inint| on in the Neighboring Towns and Villages. HKIEI* PERSONAL NEWS NOTES Farairapht of s Social aad Gossipy .stare. Written Especially for "The Herald Readers by Up to Date Correspondents. FORT SIMCOE. Mra. Mi Caw returned from Yakima on Monday. Misses Katie and Anrelis St. Martin made a brief trip to Toppenish last Sat urday. Misses Klla Waters ami Annie Thomas have returned from Yakiina. Mr. Rodenheck and family were vis itors at the Fort last week. Ibe Fort has aiany attractions. Fine location, good bicycling, shady groves, cool spring water, high living, pretty women, young ladies, orphans, old maids, widows, grass widows and grand ma's are some of the attractive features. Kltner Kightlinger, the assistant agency clerk, lias received a transfer with pro motion to the Silelz reservation school, Oregon, as chief clerk. We congratulate him on his success, hut sincerely regret to lose him and his estimable wife Irom the social circie ol the Fort. The scho...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 21 April 1898

8 Fire Sale? NO SIR! Bankrupt Sale? NO SIR! But the Same Old Thing:, +&a a&a -••*•> •»>> ■•*> ■♦«♦• <*► ••**. -»*♦■ -•» *\m** •»*> ■»» ■»s♦• <*•*> ■»•*•♦- ♦*>- -»:*^ •♦•s> -»•£♦• **t> -♦*♦. ■»■*♦• -»•s*. **«► -♦*♦. .»**. -•*». -i** .♦*•■► <**> -***»- 4|. i SAMPLE SHOE SALE. 1 X * s A*" ~*A A° A*~ ♦*" *$*" A* ~A A*~ **. *" *$*" *A~ A° ** > "*s*" /9£ "*.'** *$*" "*_"** ?f£ "***" "•*** ***" **f "**** "*«** **f ■*** ■?** ***** IK "***" Joe JMiller Sample Shoes Have Arrived. TWO TONS. 2,700 PAIRS And Some of These "Will Be Sold at Half Price. SCHOTT SHOE 00. IN I iii 11 \\h ii is Going on D.iiK nl Interest to All Our People. MISei'LI.AM'OIS NUUS NOTES Items of Personal and Local Mention Put Into Condensed Form for "The Heralds Busy Readers. Fred Miller is courting at Kllensburg. All kinds nf shirts at Thomas. Iltf Q rah am Ker made a business trip ot Kllensburg this week. Nn use to advertise. Keene's work is doing that. Li If. Col. Laggar...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 28 April 1898

The Yakima Herald. VOL. X, v_--__'_*_^'._^._*l_ttl_l-l_^^ I THERE'S A HOT TIME COMING, j <fl And you will need to r 4 ' I 9 k^**\ ~m Then investigate our line of f 1 J^^GGD V^OOls SUMMER GOODS.* I j GARDEN HOSE j 4 Both Cotton and Rubber, in all grades. *•* A good, durable hose at 8c per foot. ti £ Better grades in proportion. ** j* ** ** fl | Lawn Sprinklers and Nozzles. I 2 JEWEL GASOLINE STOVES, 6 9 WICKLESS BLUE FLAME OIL STOVES, 9 A the latest am) lient in Oil Stoves. B . Uoi'flwnnil Bofi-iiroPQtni*. Singleanddouble iooK- _ | Iltll UWUUIi _1.1_.P-_l.l_ - * HANDSOME GOODS. \ \ LftWN MOWERS Hs hand. 'u/wJ. il LEMON SQUEEZERS, X . ICE CHISELS, Etc. . . > „** You will always find us LEADERS in Assortment, Quality and Price. ** \ | * * YAKIMA HARDWARE CO. | The BEST Seeds are the cheapest BEFORE BUYING IN SPECT OUR Alfalfa, Timothy, and Clover Seeds. We alee have cleaned Seed Wheat, Oats and Barley . . . I'ml vi' ilil kiiuls ut Ltiiiist Friers. NORTH YAKIMA MILL CO. o|i|.. I'O...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 28 April 1898

2 Three thousand rolls new Wall Paper just received, lAtst eonsi^iiineiit of our immense . priny stock. Liilarl & Horsley Mr Cam. iiiliiiii Thnt Location for <i Coioncj Selected liter direful Seareli. THEIR Aiii.NT HIGHLY I'LEASRD an Innrcsllne Letier Yakima s new Depot Again County Commissioners* Proceed Inss P. A. Resolutions First Bird Day The following is an extract from a let ter of ('. Rowland) published in the Lanark [II Osteite of April 13. Mr. Rowland is an Influential Dunkard —the prisil'iit nf a bank-a man nf grent intelligence and busineas ability. With others he visited the state a slmrt time since and has given his impression, of it in several letters. While he exam in. 1 carefully all parts oi the great state, ll,e following extract gives his tiniil opinion. lie has almut. perfected arrangements tv purchase land in the Sunnyside, as hay thoae w ho came with him, and it is thought thi-* means the settlement ol :» large number ol Dunkards. These sre the moat valu...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 28 April 1898

Mil IMPS — i Brief Mit*** of News Gathered I'roin Yimou-, Sources. IT.KSOYU AM) INreRMOXAL "News'' Is Something Thai Is Not Generally Known, anl Here Readers of "The Her aid" Will Find Several Col umns of It. Mrs. Coffin is ill with grippe I Try Wilson's bacon, just received. 14 tf! ! Al Martin, of Pasco, was iv town last week. Fresh invoice of lemons, oranges and eucoanuts just received at Wilson's. Iltf Miss Minnie Bills is visiting her grand- Parents in Klickitat enmity. 11. B. A. sheep si.ears at the Yakima Hardware Co.'s. 14 -'t Mrs. Lemuel Brown is visiting her sit ter, Mrs. Newlands, in Kllensburg. I. "Ik at the men's shirts in McCieary's window. Only ."nlc. Hot Staff. Walter Harrison has been ill with the grippe. You can buy fishing tackle right at the Yakima Hardware Co.'s. 11-Ut Kipial suffrage clubs are being organ* Ised in several places iv this state. I»i yuu want a valise? See McCleary. All valises at cost. Mr. and Mrs. \Venner's habv is very sick with the grippe. Fish...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 28 April 1898

4 [HE YAKIMA HIiRALD. ■ kails, a rvKsutr. I'llllllstl.TS n'li-tie.l ever. Thnnnlay, «v sr-lpilon >i IW I»ir >«»r m adV-BC*. AdsertislUf rates apon mi s : h' ■■- OF. HIU IISIOV I'.I'KK ..kilt HUNT, THURSDAY. APRIL W, tMt, BOMS AND UREENBACKS. There seems to be a disposition on ths part nf the republicans tv abandon the gold bond idea iis a means to obtain money with which to ciirrv nn the wur with Spain. The latest scheme is coin bonds in small lenominations, with He idea that they will be taken by the peo ple They are lo hear three per cent in terest. Just how long they are tn run has not vet I'en d". i.i. I I'sing tl." Word i "in is a i i un • -- lon, i ntisider* Ing the fact that mi| administrations fur Un* last Iwe \ :, • \>. irs hs >. ■■ ruled t list il ■ wur.l n un ai - gold Ii Is true tl • VI. Kit lev >.iiys '1,.. wor I is i litlli sml v li Hnds no In.u'.;.. ii gi\ ug it the same interpretation as did In- n defensors. But wl \ lion Is it an '.' Willi the excepti...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 28 April 1898

CJ_OTHING! CLOTHING! CLOTHING! We Have Gone and Done It on all Lots of Clothing. so.oo Salts, $:i.»o .. . *7..»0 smi*, 94.7& .... sio.oo Salts, so.oo. This is the chance of a life time to get a good Suit at what they cost Storekeepers. We have got to make room for our new Spring Clothing, so make this sweeping reduction on odd lots to move them. You get 3 guesses on the show case of Candy with every Suit. All itmAm «*«rfce« I, .1. COFFIN BROS. For Everybody. In Ihe last issue, of the Yakima Ueptih lie then sppSSPSd an article uinler the] caption "For Non-Attendant-*—Eedesias* tlcal Chsugss." It opens witb the deelra tion that three of the ministers of the I'reshvterian church, representing tlie best scholarship an.l ability of that body, have within the past few months With* drawn from the communion of said church and SAflghl admission to the Episcopal church. They have also made application for tlie "holy orders," which Some people suppose that certain officiate within the Epis...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 28 April 1898

6 lillfflil. The ..ihiin.i l.ihnm AssoclatkM" In | .i PfO-peroas Conditio!. BIG REPAIRS (l\ SELAH DITCH i New Othcers Elcctei ty Library Assocla tion Recelcts From Woman's EJitinn of Tin* HiralJ U. S. KanJ Oflice Decisions. The Litrsry Association. At the annual meeting ol the Library aaaociation nea officera were elected as| followi: President—Re» 11. M. Bartlett. First VicePreaident—Mra. Q. A. <>ra tiani. Second Vice Preetdenl -Mr. A. B. Weed Secretary- Mr" i' C Sharkey. Treasurer—Mr W. A Bell. Librarian—Mrs. Virginia Bartholet. Three new trosteee were elected am! three of the old trustees retain their positions. Tin'", ones are Mrs. I.i/./.ie Burlingame, V I? Weed and W. A Hell. The trustees decided to send lor iflilil ninth ol new hooks immediately. Last year 11", honks wen* purchased and 168 aare donated. The receipts for the year were |i_l.*J_ and the expenditures .I.v.*.•_"-'. With a iialance tr m last year of MO.B-i, tbe bal ance "ti hand April :'i amounted t.i 1179.85...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 28 April 1898

lIIHIE SHUT \._;it I-. (niiiiii on in the \ti(|hlmrin(| Towns anil Villages. BRIEF PERSONAL NR\\S NOTES - ata.raths of a Social and Gossipy Nature. Written Especially Im "The Herald" Readers by Up to Date Correspondents. I-OBT SIMCOE. Mrs. ||u_hes is the purchaser of a hainli-otne new wheel. The law us lunk n«iilp refreshed since tin- laic irrigation shower. Mr. Lilly ami family. of Toppeniah, were Visiting at ll.e Kurt on Frnlay. Mr. aii'l Mis. llarvev nml little son Kugcue returned (rum Yakima on Mnn day. Win. t'.isson, our pleasant und efficient •Holing agent, visitpit the Kurt on Tliurs .lav. Charles 1\ hitaker returned from Yak inianti Saturday, lie brought Hip "war*' news. Mr. r.ry.i.n, of Yakima, will begin painting tiie iiuiiiiiiii{ on agency row this week. Mr. Bobbins, wife ami little son, of Toppeniah, were guests of Mrs. Staten'w on luesilay. Dr. Hare, of Yakima, nml Mr. Will iiiinH, ol Ellenaburg, were guests nl Mnj >r ami Mn. .lav Lynch lust week. Little Charlie Ohnr...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 28 April 1898

*_ Fire Sale? NO SIR! Bankrupt Sale? NO SIR! But tlie Maine Old Thing, ay''A9 *>?<*. ay-pn. -»*♦> aM > .»•♦> «.> V**- ■» »-»>>• *♦> ■»*♦> •»» ••» -»»•♦>>■ -»»<♦> -»*t> *» •♦» -4>> ■**s*>-*?£A A&A -«**• -WA A&A■•s*■ •*»•_>-*»s♦■ -<_>*•*s** t t t t t t -t t t t t t t t t -. t V t t t' t* t* t -t t -*♦ *> -*■ ***, *}*♦.•> i SAMPLE SHOE SALE. $ l A 4 vi/ vA 44-4 -4-4-4- 4 4 ____ v4_ *_A 4 _!/ *xA/ \A/ v__-* •__■* v__* ___• *_4/ *-_. \A/ •__/ *__. *__- *__• *__. *__/ Joe Miller Sample Shoes Have Arrived. TWO TONS. 2,700 PAIRS And Some of These Will Be Sold at Half Price. SCHOTT SHOE 00. IN I UKIL ARENA V*. •i~ (mini* on Daih id Interest to Xll tint People. -HSU ll Willis \l.\\> XOTEB lte». il Piivmil anl local Mention Put lain C_a_ea_N Pom tor "The HrrallV Busy Readers. N aai * 1.. »l.'rc*iirin •! fr.uu the sound 1 ■ \ . al ins Ht Thomas. Iltf M . Thabo left for Seattle' v ii \ i.- • adverliee. Keene's work i...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 5 May 1898

The Yakima Herald. vol. x, uj _* v* Roller un<l Hull liciirliiur* Savo -Time. _* ** IK 1 Prince Bismack fc I __* Lord Salisbury | I ** MACHINERY. | 4] V\ Ij vJ A It Ja-^fc^^YsfrfirTtfTt-^ir-ftrrr c___«_ ____■ Rol|er m* Ba" mm H | ~A__^ Spoons rs tor , h e t 1 £ But what do we care if all the Royalty of Europe use them? The many good t words from the YAKIMA FARMERS who used Dcering Ideal Mowers in 1897 and for years past. PLEASES US MOST. The unstinted praise bestowed on the I DEERING IDEAL MOWER E <; by its users adds to our conviction that we have a Mov/cr which surpasses all others -4; in Lightness of Draft, Ease of Management. Durability and Simplicity. Come and 1 § see if our conviction is not well founded, by a careful examination yourself. Besides we have the J* -* «* -* §>■ | DEERING ALL-STEEL RAKE, I 3 The Gem of the hay field. No better made. C YAKIMA HARDWARE GO. ► I .q [toller suml It.-ill BoarititfM Nave Hormellewli. '!\\%:-A\_:-'Ji^-'A\,m-m4a^:^ ic>;v. ■" i-...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 5 May 1898

'2 Three thousand rolls new Wall Paper just received. Cast consignment of our immense >„ri„_ S i«ck. Lnbri & Horsley Pimurt Cinai. m i sn i \aleaUr .U_blMM and Ki*h I'rc •aiara*. ia Gsm4<* anil Moncv. INT. Kf>Tl\l. .lhO\ NF.VVN ••• •*-.**- ai ton W*aattl Lot*, of Rain aal OmS Km Itatk It loss l>*Kh sot ■rani T*. at lake Ttjuh Oo Tanr an to Oawwa Tki State lair ■ • Hal of apecial prp ... I 'v Dr. —. .--,-\ fl, aa- of Hie donor! \ • "i ikitna ■ -. r .. a po 'Hi W - ■ M irgun • ...'.«■ cycle M M ..- rae 9t 4 i ..... n .•lined l'l 001 , . --■ variety 10 00 **—• v -* * •a Xam tnplai I kOA ••■ 1 k_. .o mi '.ii 00 - - ■ laits < * - . - -. ► - v ii.i ' ii on . . •• 00 00 1 .- - I ; i vi *■• *mg ___, 00 00 .... ■ . ; ..- . ■; . B mm- _•,.!•» ti 1-- >t "f Urns.* ware art -I** (•*»•» and L.i IH) . - two pre . - .-.».;.» tf 00 .. .v . • two or .•tent « - tf IK' —. •• . ■ .» on eel »■•■■" 111 I*l If "lis ■ra mmwhrnmA — U »-' "n -. | .«• .'•_. . i Maeurj t**a*ss**l *** - it ...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 5 May 1898

THE BOOM IN MULES. The? Arr Inrrriiilng Where Other Fans Animal* \re Uecom inn I'csver. Tbe avenge value of nn American mule, or, more properly, the value of an average mule. is. IM >. aad la most states of the country v mule is worth more than v horse. By Uie bulletin is sued by the department of agriculture on March I the live -stock returns of the country were,approximately: Horses, 14,000,000; males, 1,200,000 j milch cows, 16,000,000) sheep, 88,000,000! swine, oil,- Ouu.iiiiO. Horses, COWB, o.\en und swine, and especially horses, decreased below the totals of last year und the year be fore. The number of abecpand xnulca Increased, and, in proportion to the num ber of them, increased more rapidly than any otlier. There are now 1,000,1.11.1 fewer horses in this country than tin re w.. c two years ago, and the number Is steadily declining iii conaequence of the ueeol electricity on street railroads, the popularity of bicycles and motor carriage! and the superior endurance and s...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 5 May 1898

4 FIIE YAKIMA HERALD. HWI.KY ._ HKSI.KV. Pnhltubera «\M*h.-.. every Thurvliiy- ■•abwrtptlon f LOO | per : -hi iv ad ».i i*\ve tUluit imtea U)hhi Kiipiii-rttiiiii. ommi, nsm\ nru; tarn <oivrv ran aimm.-i>. '/.ii' s, tut. In OCR PATRONS. The undersigned, editor of Thx Hi h ai ii, responds to the president's call for volunteers, and leaves lor active service today, retaining, however, his full inter est in tbe paper. During I.is absence. ■nd also during Ihe continued absence ol bia partner, Mr. (ieorge N. Tnetley, tbe management ol Tiik Hkimi.ii and all bus iness coin ted therewith has been left ia the bands of Mr. A. J. Rhellhammer, for a horn we bespeak a continuation ol tbe kind ami liberal patronage extended lo this pa-a r in I lie past. Itespectfully, Cn un i s 1". B ui.ky. North Yal ima, April :: i. I ins, >". Nil MONEY. It is now 100 latedn discuss the pro •rn t\ nl a «nr lith Spain. Whel i< r ngbt or wrong, cvi ry patriotic American citizen » II stand ; . his . over...

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

S.VOOO Worth of Goods SLAUGHTERED. McCleary had to go to the war. We have bought his entire stock, consisting of lii-j Goods, I iii*iii>iiin- Good*, Groceries, C lofliin;?, Hal* ami Caps, etc., And are closing it out for the next two weeks at prices never before heard of in North Yakima. Standard Calicoes, per yard, ,3c; Standard Ginghams, 3ic; Dress Goods, Lawns, etc., at from 5c to LOc yard: Ten bars Good Soap, 25c; .) cans Lye, 25c; Men's Balbrigan 50c Underwear, 25c* each: per suit, le»v; Clark's 0. N. T. Thread, 10 Spools for '2*94. Get your choice early. It won't last long at these prices. COFFI2ST BROTHEES. fill I ill! Khat Is Goi-fl nn in the \cii|htmrin<| Towns mvi VillßQca, BRIBE PERSONAL \|-\\S NOTKS Paragraphs of a Social and Gossipy nature. Written Especially for "The Herald" Readers by Up to Date Correspondents. AHTANUM. l'rof. I>aw, of Whitman College, visited the academy last Wednesday. Tho Y. P. S. C. E. held their monthly Imsiness meeting last Friday night...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 5 May 1898

6 THEFKOZKVKGUMAN A Portland Man's Business Yen- ture in tbe Klondike. He i liai"> I P • •••""I Ilnand Mini a> B Wbat sr.n.nl la lb.- Ull'n a. Foolhardy *tupi-ul«tlon— Ills \n*. . nliiraa Nearly nery man who has conic out of Dawson during tbe past two months or more has had something to say of the "froter.-rgg man." They lnei him at. various points between the I hileoot summit and the Yukon river, trudging nlong with one companion anil four doge, pulling a iingo of frosen epgs bound In tbe Klondike. Eggs el Daw son are worth one dollar or more each, and this high price proved such nn in centive to n Portland man that he re solved to fiee/e a lot of tin in ami take • hem in. Ihe egg man has been the source ol no little amusenv nl for the Klondlken who have come out. They bave frequently laughed nt his fool* hard,, speculati in and often predicted his failure, He has been a prolific land* mark, and one of the stock questions Which Klondikers have asked each other here ha- been: ...

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

Old Troop A Nov. Part of first Washington Infantry. MISIC. SPRRCHRS, HAXOIETS Patriotism Took Possession of the City- An Parts of County Represented The Boys la Blue Catture North Yaklnta The K. of P. Escort to the Train. roi cuba^ rnccDOM. The clniid of war has risen on onr peaceful, nappy shores. And the call to arms is riii-ting in our nation', open iii>or». onr 1..., s „■• ■ k-imimiii* forward with prompt responsive feet, with sabre, khii and bayonet The enemy to meet The Spanish dons have named ua The modern "Yankee nogs;" We'll reciprocate their kindness anil Huh them "ancient doff'" Hut the fmicy names we muster Will not ' limiii'i- the urlin decn*e, Tlihl, no ilitterenee who accosts us, We must set hravei'uha free. There are battleship, and monitors Upon the briny main; There are cruisers ami torpedo lioats. Ami all the mighty train: There are nuns ,t powerful caliber That silently repose, l nlil awakened to the fact They're faeiii't amjry foes. The tocsin has been sounde...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 5 May 1898

8 Fire Sale? NO SIRI Bankrupt Sale? NO SIR! Bnt the Niiiim* Old Thin**:, ml*. +$*. *-t> s»-L. m;%* +$•*■ *-t> -»■!> -»•$> -»;♦> ■»•!> '+&•* .»$> s»^«- -»** ♦*♦• -»$> -»s♦■ *$♦• •*s♦• <•_*■ ■*_> *wr "♦§•*■ •*_♦- •*_♦■ •*_♦■ ■**♦* ****■ ■***■ •**♦• I SAMPLE SHOE SALE, i •♦■ > f I f f I f' f ¥ f f f f *■' ¥ ¥ -'♦ ¥ > > ■>••>♦ t t t ♦* t t • ■•> f Joe Miller Sample Shoes Have Arrived, TWO TONS. 2,700 PAIRS And Some of These Will Be Sold at Half Price. SCHOTT SHOE CO. YfllfllKlOl boys. We are tonight to honor them. They are mustering for the Hug, with en durance to light in defense of the repnh public. Applauae). And now one word to yon. hoys; and I apeak aa one who h.is had actual experience. I aay to you, may you each ami all be true m tin free man'a Ideal ot the soldier, never forget the three Ira— responsibility, reliability and reputation. Remember thai you are In a responsible poaition; thai you arc the guardians of our nation's h...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 12 May 1898

The Yakima Herald. VOL. x, Itm'^'^mß^mi*^ ** .* Roller jiiml I lull I J<»iirliii»x Nave Timo. jt jt B Frince Bismarck I ss- Lord Salisbury S_USTS I h I?^ DEERING ... I ImJ|^f=» jM IDEAL I | p^^BSU^ -" MACHINERY. | T -fr W. // ,■ fti^* tj *t^^^*^^rtat_riiti_.-<_« *,jj.,_. __, Holler and Rail Bearings V. I"*-F*-AL*mty __.' 7/ Sa.c Dollars for the k —•«U_f maemMmV /jS^ FtTm"' E But what do we care if all the Royalty of Europe use them? The many good L words from the YAKIMA FARMERS who used Deering Ideal Mowers in 1897 L and for years past, PLEASES US MOST. The unstinted praise bestowed on the £ DEERING IDEAL MOWER | by its users adds to our conviction that we have a Mower which surpasses all others W in Lightness of Draft, Ease of Management, Durability and Simplicity. Come and w see if our conviction is not well founded, by a careful examination yourself. Besides "J --we have the ** ** jt ** y DEERING ALL-STEEL RAKE, | The Gem of the hay field. No better made. r 3T_^_-__<_:i]...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 12 May 1898

2 iIIOPSIIII .•.'a-shinqtort National Guard to Ik RcorfMitcd at Otcc LATr. !tUW_ .'KOM CAHf ROGERS Troop A. Now Compaay E. First Washlniion Volunteers, oa Their Way to the Phllllplaes I sn* Office lastructloas. FIRST REGIMENT FAREWELL. From the San Francisco Kxaminer we take this beautiful poem, written by Frank 11. (iassway and dedicated to the First California regiment: A stirrup nip to you, lads 1 Who man ti away today. With ringing cheers we'll hide our tears. Our pride and love outweigh our (ears. tiod sliced you on your way. It Chokes the heart nf mauhiod. llnwe'er the ijuarrel stands. Tv see hard might hold down to smite A gallant people, w rung or right. Defending native land. At la«t' thank Cod. onr nation's blood To battle heat ibitli rai-c Tin* signal lire of Yankee sire im Hunker Hill Hares high ami higher, Till all the land's ahla'e' Wan watchers on theCaban hllli Hope on, fur lii In is nigh. Fight en! tin lis ye seaward gate inn smoky Hug" Ol rescue rni*e l-'riim out t...

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