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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 12 May 1898

FIRING GREAT GUNS. I Science Takes the Place of the Old Style of Aiming. \ Mi.ii.-m Cinnni-r Musi 11... Veritable •.olenllsl—ll»n Hie llnice Wenn- Are Tented 111 snml. Hook, V J. There was | lime not long ago when artllleriata actually aimed their huge weapons, took careful sight, etc, and il,scliarf.Mij them by "yanking" the lan yard when the proper order waa re* ceived. Ihat waa gunnery. Under the condition! of modern warfare few if any of the simple processes wbich in the wars of the past were found effl* cacioua can be used. In these days the officer who bandies the mo* rrn high* velocity ritle must be a scientist li „ I in chemistry, geometry, electricity, phyaics, metallurgy and explosives or In- will mess things. lii olden times many c char.cc was taken. Half a do/en shots might be needed to I'd range. Now not ii *»ii,*. must be wasted. It costs too much in actual money, and, ties ides, the piece with it s delicate mech anism undergoes such a fearful strain each time it is di...

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. — 12 May 1898

£_ HIE VAKIMA HERALD. IIAIIKY .V It KsI.KY. Publishers m' ■ rim « - ■■ - li'i'in >ii" pet >••»! in h. l\ sn.. ailvertlslns rsies Ml. MM „, , „ I MM. oill-iII hmo\ nm. .taint lOlMt TUCRHUA V, VA ) It, tttt. CON PAN l I. The editor annnuncei aith inn-h re ■ret that, owing to a ileieci in eyeaigbt, bs waa unable to pass the physical ss* ainiii ion riipi.ri'd lur enlistment in thi regular army. Upon his retdrn home he Botee with ure,ii pleaanre thechanged aent iv n'n entertained by the people ol North Yakima toward troop A, now eom panv _ The old leellng ol ridicule, hiul to many cases even of contempt which waa eutertained toward lbs militia ram* |)any li a thing ol the past, and now fi ery Individual member who is on his way to war is held in the highest esteem and deepest love. Oompany I*. left Tacoma by steamers yesterday morning for Manila via San Francisco. All objectionable characters offering to enlist were rejected by Captain Ken iter, wbo aimed to keep the morale of his ...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 12 May 1898

MeCLEAKY STOCK SLAUGHTERED. We have moved the McCleary Stock to our Big Department Store, and are Continuing the sale on it at the Low prices advertised: Calico, 3c per yard; 10 spools O. N. T. Thread, 25c; 60c Underwear for 25c; 10 cakes regular size Soap, 25c; 25c size Pickles and Onions, 12 l-2c. Some odds and ends men's and ladies' Shoes worth from $1.50 to $5 a pair, at from fifty cents to $1.50 a pair. We reiterate our statement that goods are advancing. You all know they are; they always do in war times. Ask your grocer to sell you flour, sugar and a half dozen other leading staples as cheap as they could a month past. They can't do it. We have had no "wreck;" but you can depend on the Old Re liable firm of COFFIN BROS, selling you goods cheaper than any other house in the city. ALL GOODS MARKED IN PLAIN FIGURES. IO Itou Arbnckle's Coffee, fl. &%iß.Sim COF-Fllsr BROTHERS. VERY LATEST WAR SEWS. The latest war hnlletins juet before going to press are us follows; "Kiigsgpmen...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 12 May 1898

6 A NEW FIELD OPENED Prince Finds Sunken Island ia the Atlantic Ocean. Mill AaTi.nl I'lali.-r-iii.-n Iriun tin- Wla.lwnr.l Islen i;.cf-ll**iu 1 isliii.u l.r..iiniln —1 A 11 i.i. Harvest. The discovery of B drowned island In the midst of the Vtlnntl liiu is an event suflicicntlj sensational to cause nota liiu. excitement among "thalas sagraphcra" .is those scienl sts who make it tin r business to study the bottom of ti,, sen call themselves, ful me charts Issued by Ihe hydro* graphic ollice al Washington •* ill show this giiilog-ical freak, « ith - lings In fathoms upon ami around it. l> is a hue,- volciinic mountain, which uplifts its. ii i ii,.; i ihe floor of the ocean nearly tv the surface, thi depths all about it ai eraging about two miles. Th,s drowned island is located just s little lot over 1,000 miles due nest from tha Rock of Gibraltar. It is 43 miles .outhwext of I'iio iii the A/, rea. The shape of it. as determined bj sound- Ink's, is much like that of a huge cocked ha...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 12 May 1898

. ■»OFIE HI A Wonderful Victors and Total De struction of Spanish Plcet. YANKEE SKILL AM) DAKING. Spanish Fleet Was Csufht Without Stesm Up sad Annihilated Spanish Refused Dewey tbe Use of the Csble. so He Cut It. Shuttlst Off Dispatches HiisuKo.Nti, May B.—(Copyright, 189 ft, liy tlie* Associate I Press.)— Owing to the lact that the calile hetween this |iort anil the Philippines waa not in work mi* order, havm.: bsra int. it in aaid, some distance (rom the capital oi the island, there has been ilelav in ohtiining a detailed ac count oi the battle, ami the facta in the case were only available when the United Statea (aaboat Hiikli McOiilloch arrived here yesterday, and even then the tre mendous pressure nf business suddenly thrown upon the cable necessarily made the entire account of the engagement somewhat broken. Gotnmodofa Dewey's orders were to Captors or destroy the Spanish fleet, and never were instructions executed in so complete a fashion. At the end of Heven hours there was...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 12 May 1898

8 REPORIORim SHORISIOPB \\hnt is (i(iint| nn D.iilv of Intcrc-d to All Our I'cnple. MISIT.LLANEOIS NEWS NOTKS Itrms of Personal and Local Mention Put Into Condensed Form for "Tht Herald's" Busy Readers. All kinds ol shirts at Thomas', lltf A. J. Csse snd H. S. Olson were llkk ai.D callers from Outlook Friday. Hall's safe for sale st Coffin Bros. 17t( Miss Katie Stephenson visited Ellens bnrg last week. C. A. Tonneson, of the Northwest Hor ticulturist, was in town Monday. Delivery wagon cheap st Coffin Bros. IK. ring 1.1.i.i. Hun I Igln Show cases cheap at Coffin Bros. 17tf (i. (). Mitchell's mother sent his little daughter a box of strawberries on the 7th of May. lie. ring Ideal* . nl I iiKliiih I. i. t . L 1/. Thorp left last Friday for Racine, Wise insin. He expects to be gone two or three months. Dear Ini Ideals I feu repair*. \ prospect for a big hop crop was I never betl-r at thia time in the year. The vines are starting up extra fine. lir. ring Ideal* niake no liol.e. The Nort...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 19 May 1898

The Yakima Herald. vol. x, I DEERING ALL-STEEL HAY RAKE, I S J**x_ Either... P 1 a J_fL __Hi ■ __M ■• Hand or W I |^#'-#; -::-' **-Dump, B VMtl(tl((l(fN (T TT (pi ff f m (Il I' Bui,t for *«-\.'0.,..-', :'__-,, ----..,- ~,~ •-'-^ -nL-_s _3r__vV IvCii t Li sivt^-viv-.^-i-to-'' ~ iz.l——s~"~ *•—■■—. S ■$ W Fj.; REALIZE, as docs every farmer, that this is a particularly hard country on a V J lilt ll.iv Rake. A rake to stand the test must be built Oil scientific principles; must J be of the best material, and must be both SIMPLE and STRONG. We have such a !•? rake in the x t Deering All - Steel. I It has stood the test. If yon want the Simplest, Strongest, Most Durable Rake made, -? "(.t a DKKRING. Handles easily, and does the work. t A f 9 Remember that .* *o .4 „* k I THE DEERING IDEAL MOWER 4} Is the ONLY one with Perfected /x* **-;'". '."" __■_■__■ i>>l i Roller and 4* ! 4. 4* Ball p ~ ar:" "° >j ■ ***** m*M*************uumm*mmmw^ 2 ■? Second Carload now on the Road. b I i_t_...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 19 May 1898

2 I^-^--(W'.^.'._V'V&.s.'^^ $20,000 SLAUGHTER SALE I CLOSING OUT Our Entire I_iiie of Clothing- !r„es kVT,: for: o,,ri AND THE PRICES OF * B Dry Goods and Groceries Cut in Two. 1 1)111 <*OOI>S DEPARTMENT. CLOTHING. j Prints, light and dark, 6c quality, for itv !?Icii'n (19 snlts,c*loslii^ out price f**i*2 L Gingham apron checks, bst qlity, short lengths 4e " $14j " M " " lO* Remnants of Lawn - Be " 919 " " M " 81 Unbleached Cotton - Si* " #IO " " •« " $6.»i0 \ 1 Bleached Muslin, per yard ... ffc " #» " " «« " 4.00 \ j Tabic oil cloth, 2*V qlty, short pieces, per yd 11 Os* 41iil4lr< kiiN 9-pleee #1 Miil* sit - i I Shirt Waists and Parasols at half price. " « 3 " « - 2.20 | I LOO pairs men's gloves, 50c quality, at - 2.* c " " 82.tf0 " " - I-IOP I 100 pairs men's sox, lOc quality, at - •**• « " £ « ". 1 .OO £ ji __^^___,____---__________--______-___-_____-. —___________________________________________________ ■. 1 Embroideries, Laces, and White Goods all go at Half Price....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 19 May 1898

ITEMS OT INTEKEST. Sun r rsnciscatis paid 116,063 to see the JeHned-Sharkey li|*ht. I.ate to lied and e:»rly to rise, prepares a man for his home in the shies. Early to lieil and a I.i I lie K'irlv Riser, the pill that makes life |nn-*er and lietter and Winer. Janeck Urns ' drm* sore. "For frantic Imast and fnnliaii word, Thy mercy on Toy people, I. rrd "' The Culian qtlMtiuu and political is sues sink into l*M<£!liAettfH*e with the man who raffen from piles. What he most desires is relief. DeWitt's Witch Ha/. ■! Salve cures piles. Janeck llr -s. Atmg "tore. Kvery year l.otidoti adds aliout 100,000 to its varied assort m.-iil of humanity. The human machine starts hut once and slops hut once. You can k-en it going longest and most regularly hy usinu DeWitt's Little Karly Risers, the famous little fin's for constipation and all stuinacli ami liver trontilda. Janeck itros.' dm-* store. The Sin Francisco police force now has a Qatllag gun as part of its armament. K. S. Barker, Sharon...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 19 May 1898

4_ m VAKIMA HERALD. miI,KV A 11 KSI.BT Pahll.beni pabi »hi i <"<■ ■ ■ -■'■■■ ■■<'' -■ -*"*'"ti «i nn pCT yOOI 111 Kt>ttKV ■.'»<' ■m; is* nptii m(-:> nt •lib Ml, rTMtI PAftt .UUI PH'STI Till RKHA I . If I)' IJ. 1891. ANOTHER A.177 Vl/ EPOCH. The life nl s nsi; ■". like thai ol so Individual, It • ivided into periods Sn* nieronr-events in.iv appear which have! more or lis- influents snd effi-cl nn the: growth or pmspe-ritj nf a n ition, but the great historical P|iochi which decide Itl very • v stenee are but lew in nnmher. This con ii'ry hss so 1,.r passed through bat two SUb |ii*n i is. Tli- first was at the surrender o( Cornwsliii at Vnrktown, Which ended our travail and I'm* birth lo the nation Tn" lecond wis al lbs Surrender ol Lee ai Appomattox, which established Its durability. Between those periods ini'i v Imp irtant i vents, inch as j the acquisition ol Florida, Louisiana snd Alaska by |mr has", Texas by cession, snd Ne* M-xico, An/.ona and California by con...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 19 May 1898

MeCL-EAKY STOCK SLAIGHTERED. We have moved the McCleary Stock to our Big Department Store, and are Continuing the sale on it at the Low prices advertised: Calico, 3c per yard; 10 spools O. N. T. Thread, 25c; 50c Underwear for 25c; 10 cakes regular size Soap, 25c; 25c size Pickles and Onions, 12 l-2c. Some odds and ends men's and ladies' Shoes worth from $1.50 to $5 a pair, at from fifty cents to $1.50 a pair. We reiterate our statement that goods are advancing. You all know they are; they always do in war times. Ask your grocer to sell you flour, sugar and a half dozen other leading staples as cheap as they could a month past. They can't do it. We have had no "wreck;" but you can depend on the Old Re liable firm of COFFIN BROS, selling you goods cheaper than any other house in the city. ALL GOODS MARKED IN PLAIN FIGURES. IO lbs. Arbnckle's Coffee, £1. 11111 COUNTY Kh'it l-s GoiagtM in the Neighboring Towilm ninl Villages. BRIEF PERSONAL SEWS KOTE9 Psrairaphs of a Social .in' Goisley...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 19 May 1898

6_ A HISTORIC BUILDING It Was Once the Executive Mansion at Was-hingtun. Tin- 011 l MOl-tna-01l llnll.e" Will.'lt -.. i. iii,i'i I mli r I hi- lllr.-c --11 ..ii <>i Hi.- I'lrnt I'r.-.l.lrnt. One of the most intereat Ing houses In tin* i Ity of Whi i i ' i, i . 1 hilt tt iiich ■taml on '■' coi in iof New 'i nrk v, , - nue .md I lecnth street, commonly known . ■ Un "", :.,.-mi," house. It is inten i>l ng on aco uuJ of 1.0 fuel i hal it wai once used v ■ the executive man sion, I; . "Si.-i (ol .1 tiii Taj loc, whi '■ np- Utal ii n seems to have lieen basi •! Im gi ly , v fnd of his I ' ing ' he rii liest man in Virg'u a, ■'• cidi I lo build a hi • for !. elf in d familj in thecity Of I pi I. I I owing to the per* suasions of (Jen. Washing!' n ehnnged ).: I and bu l ins-end t • 'tagon 1 m i', in ti liv.l ..I, nsidcri I in tli if.i\ :i »( rj oi.i i ' lie v.. j |" rtii ii nf thi city, 'on W n ington assisted in nu tig the [''in - nnd took the keenest Inti rest in its eiect-ion. C...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 19 May 1898

11l T Mil One of the l»u\s Writi:*. _■ Intcr tstintj Letter for "The Herald." AKi: I\ THI'. IIKST BATTALION Om of the Boys Makes the Colonel's Ac -tualntancr and Another Has a Narrow Escape From a Bsyoset Charge. Bsyoset Chime Marching Through Cubs < >■ c good effect nf ths present «nr i- tha leaeotie of patriotism ii toocboe, and Miss l('"i'naii is taking advantage of the op i-nrttinity by teaching her pii|iils to sinv.' the loliowing lino, which are bar ewe roiiipoeilinii: Hrincr the Rood old hue!'-, boys, we'll slue an other SOBS, - Hug It With a spirit that will start the wi.rl.l alone: Sing It as mo always sine it, fifty thousand at rone. While we are aniline tot'uba. i Hunt's lliirraa' llnrriiti' We'll make tbs Rpeniardi flee; KuriHir IliirrHh* Thla ftae Will set jroa free, so ore srtu^- the ehorii- for our brothers o'er, tlie sell. w Im 1.- a c were nailing tn ' labs How ths Cabana shorited wben they heard tbs joyful soliiul. How the hiir luinaiiHs even tuiiiMcd t" tbe ...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 19 May 1898

8 Wholesale Price Clearance Sale. We want our goods to be yours for tlie same prices and less than tluy were bought from eastern jobbers by us. As we are very anxious to make a certain deal wbich will take quite a few thousand dollars, in order to raise it quickly we have decided to sell many of our goods at cost and some for less than cost and give our customers an opportunity to get good, seasonable Dry Good- at nevcr-lieard-of-before prices; and as this sale is not intended to benefit a few, but every person in Yakima county, we advise all to come i_ early,as in many of the bargains we have only a limited amount, and they certainly can't last long at the prices we will sell them for. This Sale commences Friday, May 20, and will close .June 15. Note the follow lag Goods and Prices: MP P P IH fl fl Tl P Pllmm AH ! W,i-lT..^rj^K «.™' Don>t Overlook the Following: j\\ \ \ II tor apron-, waist, and dresses, ever shewn In Vaklma. ':««> yard*. White Embroider*., per >erd lo * \...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 26 May 1898

The Yakima Herald. VOL. X, I DEERING ALL-STEEL HAY RAKE, Ji V?L Either ... | * fi /f^ 4lr •%"^''- Hand or I I I^^^^^^'' "'"" Self = Dump, P I (^^'.,____ „_. M^mi^mL^A^ Two Horses [ * .r^f*^?^^ SFRVICF r sysi,;c'<i*-v«*;-.**9*' -*«:-"'—_ ■ ■'- --**- -'" — . _»1-I\VIWL,. *k ft a FE REALIZE, as does every farmer, that this is a particularly hard country mi a f V aim. II;»y Rake. A rakt to stand the tesl must Ix built on scientific principle**; must B be of the best material, and must be botli SIMPLE and STRONG. We have such a _ „7 rake in the I j Deering All - Steel. I 'j It has stood the test. If you want the Simplest, Strongest, Most Durable Rake made, r e A -et a DKKRIN'O. Handles easily, and does the work. t -£ " Q | Remember that .< «* ** ** * 9 THE DEERING IDEAL MOWER I •^ Is the ONLY one with Perfected / e-m*^mm m __ mmma ___ m ___ Um _ m^_m _ m _^ , i Second Carload now on the Road. j «i ya.:ki:m:.a. __b:._^:r:d-w^:r,:e go. 2 .4 ji AGENTS. ** Ji __)_*l*_f^*______^ St. hi ...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 26 May 1898

2_ IN I LOW AH Brief I4it-. of Vv-.*. (iitthcrcil I'runi \iiriun> Sources. PERSONAL AND I.HPBRSOXAL, "News'' Is Something That Is Mot Centrally Known. «nJ Here Readers of "The Her aid" Will Find Several Col umns of It. James Mahry has gone to Portland for a visit. Col, Howiett returned from the Sound last night. Alison White's creamery butter for sale st Harris' grocery. l'.i-tf FM tor Sperry left Tuesday night for Wsshlngton, 11. C. He expects to lie gone sbOOt three weeks. If yon want a good haying outfit, see the Yakima Hsrdwsre Co. They have what >nil want. 19 The Salvation army people have ar rgnged to give an ice cream and cake so cial at Iheir hall Saturday night. Judged. H. Lewis, who has been liv ing in San Jose for several years past, is ■pen I ng a lew days in North Yakiina. Mrs <;. W. (hilar ami daughter, of Taiiima, expect soon to visit that lady's parents here, Mr. and Mrs. lieorge Peck, Deering Ideal mowers are going to cut Yakima hay. The Yakima Hardware Co....

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 26 May 1898

' 1 NEWS HIED K'liahle war news has heen a scare-. article iliirini; the greater portion nf the week owing tn the strict censorship which the government is maintaining at Key West At Ih" present time it. is pretty generally holievetl that Admiral Cervera with Uie Spanish (Jape Ver.ie fleet is in the harhor ol Hantiago tie Cuba cl ably watched on the outside hy mir warships under the command ol Bcbley win, it is claimed has tl icompletely bottled, A late dispatch from Madrid states Unit this sum" Meet is on its way tv Manila via the Suez canal, hut this report is not credited. Sini|isoti is off Havana harhor with hie powerful Beet am) the impression is pretty general that an early bombard* iin'iit of that city will take place, Orders have heen issued to cut the telegraph Cable connecting the island with Spain ami tba ueneral bombardment will prob ably follow immediately. The Oregon has arrived safe at Key West after her long trip around Cape Horn ami has reported herself ready fur du...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 26 May 1898

4 HIE VAKIMA HERALD. l i di iv a ni -i i:v. i .' .hers p.,, ... iruia .tilis, ar in ,:..-• ratei apon appili stlou. 01 IH Ml HMO. I'tl'Hi ..kill ««i| \l, Tilt RSli I V. XfAY • . Btt, FIN i V< 111 i //i.V',7. line nf the popular catch phrase* ol the repablii sn press i* that time* are good enough, snd Ihat tinkering with tin* rnuney question Is hsscardous to "nr present prosperity. Who in ll 'hat is st- Istnptlng to change ,'iir present systen Ths silver men in congress ar>- perfectlj well Hn-irx that they cannot gsl their policy nl opening ths mints to ne tr^n Coinage ol - r during this administra tion, cvi n th ''.'li ttiey should soccssd in fleeting a majority of tho next house ol rH (irHs^titsi,i\H-. aathey would run againet ( ■ presidential veto, consequently tbsy do nut sipei-l mors thsn t i coin ths seign iorage, which consists "I about 4-' milli m dollars worth of silver which the govern ment now urns snd which lies idly in the vaults It would ii it h■ in sn) in m tier ...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 26 May 1898

HI! AI ID A Title IVo'ir'nn h\ Sine Grades of the Public Scliihilm. i'KUI'AI.ATIOXs poh thi; I AIK An Important Meeting of the Commission. Over $2,100 In Special Premiums Races Promise to be Finest Ever on this Track. Commencement. Arrangements for the fourth annual commencement exercise, nf the public School are now in progress, and the man agement ol the school is sparing no pains to make tnein equal hi or better than any other entertainment given dur ing the past year. School will cloae 'in June 10, and the grade exercises will take place on that night at Mason's opera house. These exercises will he given by representatives of the first eight grades of the Columbia and Central schools. The object in two-fold: firwt, to give the patron-* of the school* an opportu nity ol seeing aome of tbe phases of sup plemental school work Second to help to defray the neces*iarv expenses occa sioned hv commencemenl exerciaea. To tbia "ii I a sumll admiaaion will be charged. For all pupila of the...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 26 May 1898

6 ■K&t A^^ m ■ We have a lot of these <joo<ls on hand IJKQ _H_(P*Kl_/ I J_rl KT.PII H an(l have „r,' i(l<Ml tn close them out MMwm Gl&_#^_?l W %_FMI imil less, than cost, rather than carry them ' ** mp^ i _ over the season. See partial list below. m 3 AiO-m. or jj frfl .Tfr y% #^ Wqla I Goods must he seen to apjucci: VaC^J ClllvV WCIIV ■ cxfraortllnnry low pricT.^ Chenille Portiere Curtains, 3ft wide, 3 yds long, former price $3.50, now $2.35 Chenille Portiere Curtains, 3 ft wide, 3 yds long, wide Dado fringe, former price $5, now $3.65 Chenille Portiere Curtains, 4ft wide, 3 3-4 yds long, extra heavy, figured all over, JO-in. fringe, former price $10.50 $7.15 Cotton Derby Curtains, Persian patterns, full size, all colors, 48-in. wide, former price $3, now $1.85 Cotton Derby Curtains, 50 inches wide, former price $4, now $2.25 Extra Heavy Derby Curtains, 52-in. wide, 3 1-4 yds. long, diagonal weave, JO-in. fringe, former price $7.50, now $4 95 Tapestry Curtains, ful...

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