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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 26 May 1898

IP HE WEPE M'KIraLEY. The following from the Chicago Record is so applicable to all parts ol the Union that we find space in Tiik Hkrald. We have heard the tame fellow hold forth in similar strain in Nnrth Yakima. "Now, il I was McKinley, Ml tell ymi what I'd do. First of all I'd bombard Havana and land llHl.ooo Soldiers at Mantanzss— I think the name nf the Place is. I'd uo right Up and capture Blanco And his whole shoot in'-match- Then as soon ss I got Tbat out of the way I'd 00 after that other I'laci—Porta Uico, ain't it.* It's somewhere near Cuba, Or anyway it ain't so far Off but what we conld net Our fleet over there and Bombard whatever the name Of the place is on the coast. I'm Opposed to this hpre Policy of delay. Why, the War's heen rnnnin' 00 five Wcks now, and we haven't Had Int one or two good Scraps. They ought to fight Every day. That's what They might to do, 1 like tn get Up in the Mnriiiiig and read almut A good, hot fight. There's the Philippines' No*. Dewey dime ...

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. — 26 May 1898

8 Wholesale Price Clearance Sale. We want onr goods to be yours for the same prices and less than they were bought from eastern jobbers by us. As we are very anxious to make a certain deal which will take quite a few thousand dollars, in order to raise it quickly we have decided to sell many of our poods at cost and some for less than cost and give our customers an opportunity to get good, seasonable Dry Hoods at never-heard-of-befnre prices; and as this sale is not intended to benefit a few, but every person in Yakiina county, we advise all to come in 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, und will close June 15. Note the following Goods and Prices: MTinn finn Tail n We h*v'' ""' ",r*""" *"rt **** rom >'„',<' llne of Whlle \ Don't Overlook the Following;: 111 II II I 11" I ' 11 111 111 fl 11 I.hkiis, iiiinltis im lie, ksaiul striiH-s-nlsoNainsoo...

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. — 2 June 1898

The Yakima Herald. vol. X, f■* •[ .'. A ■ ■ A '■' ■Ji ■ ' ■ A ■ •JL ■' •A. ■ ■ A - '■"_! "■ -_T .'. ___* «t.*.A^ '. I. .[.A I. i'-Tf^T^, "_1 j .7* AJ 9 .'.J .". _t .1. _t .1. _t' .t. _. .". _f '. I ■ _*" . . ,__■ n fet?*v *JS'7 I r a nC D I iP. * "l 1 LEADER! * i 3 SiriPLE, ft ROLLER and I xr^F'x 'VrT& --| STRONG, f'^^MWM Ball Bearings I DURABLE. -A_-T W^'MlliiiTTlniii 1 a * < r < /r^iW^K T. r- * I* . „j3_^_>> * J rt&?&&£/y\ rhey are Going Fast. /&4SaW_?',\ '* '^^VlXM^l CARLOAD IUST IN. V^J'TriW&iC ■ \?.^-yi-)r's\ m4)lp.*4l m.9M im r St. Pal ii Taenia Inltr Clip, NORTH YAKIMA, PROSSER AND TOPPENISH. We carry a most complete stock of « 'Sgm- •^^^^^^it_fr^^^^*__r^^^^_fr^**__'^^^^^^^-tff* *m*v *k 27\ **T\ r9f\ IMy r^_i»j\ i*Y{ m rW\ *X it^/yl^^^A *y\ p*\*\ rys M\ lyy M\ M\ *^\ *\ rW\ \M\ f^x IM\ tWK IMf* 1 LUMBER I '_* sar - -it Wik It WW Wlt It Ur; \t W ifc'W _Wltlt____ __ __ ______ __ 'Spl BL t*\ rj\ mj*. mi mm; m% m: m; m; m; my m% mi mfc mm my my...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 2 June 1898

2 A 111 I HED Ikn Snipes. .Ir.. Starts on a Tvvo Year's Trip and Lose** HK Life. HARROW ESCAPE Of TWO GIRLS Handsome Donation to the Library School Entertainment A Slice of Cleveland's Forest Reserve Will Be Made Into s National Psrk. Yakima Boy Drowned. Word has heen received that the schoitier Jane Xirey, bound for Kotrabe Sound, Alaska, loundered off I'ape Flat tery Ms) l'l'. There were 27 passengers Saved and ,'it lost, nnd among the ■ i>is.i inn »hs I.en Snipes, jr., formerly a resi dent ol North Yakima, Ben was very anxious to enlist und be come a volunteer soldier, but his father persuaded him that he had better go to Alaska Inate id, and fitted him out for a two years' trip a ;,ii the above n sul( .1 ii Wright came 'rom Victoria to S attle with the survivors and arrived in North Yakima last night, II questioned the party carefully and learned thai al midnight of May 22d ttie schooner was all r;.'ht. Two hours Inter, when the cry »ii;! up for all bauds to come on deck, the...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 2 June 1898

AMERICA jMHR Sji.ini-sh Torpedo Boats Attach Ameri can Warships nnd Arc Repulsed. SANTIAGO 1)1. CUBA SHELLED Advancement on Cuba Still Delayed Stca ship Pekln Off Tor Manila Other Troops Wiil Follow Soon. At Santiago dc Cuba. Comtnoiliire Seliley reported lust Satur day Ihat he had seen the Spanish fleet in side the harhor at Bantiago ile Cuba. Tins was th« Brat positive assurance that the enemy's ships were there. The liral engagement between Commo dore Schley's Squadron ami the Spanish ships of Oervera took place Sunday niailit sboul midnight. Two torpedo boats made a deaperate effort to destroy tha American ships. Thejt were stopped ill the nick ot time, owing to the vigilance of the men under Captain Phillip ol the Texas. Toe torpedo liohlh hail cleared the har bor uiel were creepiog along ill the shade of Caatle Moroaod the mountain at the eiitruiii-e to the harbor. They I>m<l trav eled two miles to tba weat ward when the Otlieer of the deck on the Texas lighted tbem, and...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 2 June 1898

4 rill 1 VAKIMA HERALD. y A; nrntiT. I'ni.ii n Plll.ll- ,■ I „,-•.-. I iir-'ts> -ill's, nj.t i.,ii ||.00 per veal In 'i Ivanrv ailrertl.lnH *at**« lll'l'll Ml'l'll'M* i"'l ommi, iism\ nrii; rtmi »»i\n /' /' HSD I >'. JIM. '. 1999, FUSION AND ITS RESULTS. The Seattle ii >„■ May 2\ presented x compri in i him' an,l comparative state* inent of the condoct ol public business In •mi for the atate of Washington durum the fmir years preceding January, ls:ni, aid during U"»i\',,ti in ii'hi which lihv • ci-ii"! alncs th" administration cbanited handa. In mhsr words, a coin par.-<i nf 'e-nt \eir- nl r- pnh I 111 iiri' idm n 'Iration nf ths business mil tb nn i mi--, ol thia com iwaali i a it h that which has followed th" aei es-ion of the fasionists to control of the atate govern* an nt It will be foil mi that th" legislature of H'i7. iii nine principal items, spnropri aie.l f148,338 84 leaa than did its prede cessor in IKlki; that Ita own expenses were JI i, nil lesi ; that for e...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 2 June 1898

LIST OF SPECIAL PRTmIUMS North Yakim Ncrckllta ninl Sonic from Otker Cities Offer I'rlics. HANDSOME TROPHIES OFFERED The State Fair Commissioner!, Make Excel lent Disposition of all Available Resources Assuring a Suc cessful Fair. Secretary Gunn nf the atate lair com mission, bus furnished Tiik 11 lump with the following list of special premiuiua jnsi as tbey will appear in the catalogue. These premium! Bre in addition to the regular premiums, am! combined, en ables tlie commission to give very hand some prizes in every division; and also shows tbe interest of the different cities and prominent citizens iii this and other sates, which assures us a success fill fair. DIVISION A—FARM PRODUCTS. Fawcett Broe,, Farm Machinery, Hard ware. Seeds, etc , Nnrih Y'akima— For the largest variety and best display of farm products, grown on one farm, on<* Continental Orchard Disc Cultiva tor, $80. E. .1 Bowen. Seed Merchant, Seattle and Portland—For the beei exhibit of seeds grown nn one farm,...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 2 June 1898

6 II I 111 M brief Hit* of Viis Uathcrcd Prom Various Sources. I'I'I.MINH AM) I.MIT.KSOWI.. "News'' la Su-TH'thing That Is Nut Gem-rally known. a,iJ Here Heaiers nf' The Har ■IJ'' Will FlnJ Several Col umns »f It- Icecream al Wil«on'a. 20-tf. Walter Scott ia confined t" bia home hy llllii s». Anson Whi'c's creamery butter for ntle ai Harris' ir i erv. '■■ ■' Amos F. Stows of Sunnyaidi It is lieen granted au original pension. .luilge Prehle bit Wednesday to visit Sunnvside lodge, Patriots of America. Fm! Thompson it Parker Bottom Is confined to the bonsa with muscular rheumatism. If yo'i wmit a good having outfit, see tbe Yakima Hardware Co, Ttcv iiHve what ymi w.uit. 19 W. A Cm left Sunday nighl lor Medi cal Lake to assume the duties il hia ne* position In that instittitlnn. ,1. M Brown lefl on XV, ill esd ■•, to be present a'a convention nl a insurance agents Hi il mci ta in S"iittli ibis *ek C. A Buslinell rflnrned from his home in (Ireson ,ii I neaday. Hia i iah r, Mrs, E, X Jan ...

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

MEN DIE LIKE SHEEP. Spinal Meningitis Becomes Epi demic in Skagway. Hundreds or (."1.1 llt.ni.-ra Minamii «<> fhr Inrnralile tlnlad) — latgr lr Dst to i ar. !...«... or the Men. A prominent physician of Portland t-jiys, concerning spinal meningitia: "The disease runs in epidemics, and is due mainly to bad sanitary conditions. It is a ii t inflammation of t he membranea of tin* s| in.'il curd and of the brain. nnd is accompanied by terrible head aches and pains in different parts of the body. Young, healthy persons nre more liable to it than an, other class, and it attneka mole and female alike. The disease is accompanied by n breaking out of purple blotches all over th ■ body, and fur tl is reason la sometin es called purpuric fever. There i.i im known cure for the disease, and nine ion if ten persons attacked die In .' ili urs, and somet imea in atl I of thai lime, ir "ti" •' t hapi en to recovi t, he is left ili-af or blind, or nfflicti 'I in such a way that it would h i ■ l...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 2 June 1898

8 unnm f< 'ontlDsMd from pftgt ) DIVISION "X"- FLORAL DEI'AKTMKNT S(K>kane Drug Co. Spokane Kor the best floral display, toilet set, $10 00 M. Seller iV Co., S; okane. wholesale and retail crockery, glassware and house hold poods—lor the best display of cut Bowers, sot teas than five varieties. each vanity separate, Bday dock, tints') Richelieu Reatanrant, rf, Yakiina— l.ari* est variety and best display of plants in bloom. Nt, |B HU; 2d. $3.00 E. W Newhall A* Co . wholesale and re tail dry goods, Seattle l-'or the largeat and heal display of rbryaantbetnuun in hi n. sei of Cililp linen. $1" 00 DIVISION "11" WORKS OK AUT AND FANCY WORK Henry II Hcbotl ,v Co.. V Yakima —Kor tl,e best collection "f painting! in oil on canvas, i xhibited by the arti*t, dec orated llilllli r set, *l"i ' II Lombard >t Horsey, furniture dealers. N. Yakiina- Kor the best specimen ol etching exhibited by tlie artist, one roeki r. rill I II H. Areiult, "The F.fite," V Yakima I'mi ilic largeii snd mo...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 9 June 1898

The Yakima Herald. VOL. X, r'J_*^'^_--iia-.'^*^^ fx%W**\\\\\K * * THE * - f4L^%\ I le^mmm\i' m**My^i}m\*\r^\ le\^mm "^__^T__4rnl • l^^I;/ LEADER! V^a^/fe 'A fc_ j I ■|S SIHPLE, ft J-f*^ ROLLER and 1 | STRONG, J^^^mjT^ Ball Bearings I 1 DURABI E -J_k_f_F k a uukabll. -a_^ _W jtp* I 1 ! _ p*, 1 SSB^ik The > are (ioin- Fast- £ ' (t^^^.2 SECOND (IH^JH^) j N^SS^'* CARLOAD JUST IN. \^JH^|2 U> x^*VT?^.'Vf''^^^ Si. Fil k Tana Liier Ciii_t, KORTH YAKIMA, PROS3ER AND TOPPENISH. We carry a most complete **tock of \ LUMBER i l-sifli, aPosis, Plaster, Hair, Cement) Miin^h *, Nash, Doors and llonl<liii:>. Agents for the celebrated Grays Harbor Commercial Co's Spruce Fruit, Berry and liutter Boxes. Special prices on carload lots at suburban points. Prompt delivery. First-class stock. Mill at Tacoma. Telephone No. 20. C. 1. ANDERSON, Gen. Ip, North Tittu £„,Bs_^^X.,_S_. t*. P. Rates to Cti.caso. The Nurtliern Pacific i* sailing first class I ticketa tn Chicago at $1:1 3d and second clas...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 9 June 1898

2 I MS 1111 The Ladles Ned and Land a Kcd Cross Society. PROGRAM I'OK THK FOURTH Dolois of the Superior Court-a Mew I fcijtii Naif on Sheer The Hoe Situation la Y*kim* County Us to Date Yiktmi's Red Cross OrtanUKion In response to a call issued hy direc tion of the Red Cross society, a large number of ladies met on Saturday, June 4, at the Congregational church. The meeting was called to order by Mrs. Ef. I M. I.artlett, who stated the object to be the mailing of bandages for Ihe Yakima volunteers w ho are now* at San Francisco awaiting an order to sail for the Philip pine islands. liy diligent work the ladies completed 170 abdomloal hand ages ami ordered them forwarded to Captain Scudder for the use of his com pany or at his dicpOSal, It was then proposed to organise for future work as au emergency corps, ami a temporary or gam/, itinti was effected by the election ol Mrs. Edward Whitson as chairman and Mr.. F C. Hall secretary. Sixty-three ladies nave their names as desirous ol be...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 9 June 1898

VIEWS OF SPANISH PAPERS What the Press of sSp-iin Thinks uf Tht l nihil States. Nl*:.\ PACTS IN OIK HISTOIO The Spanish People Are Hoodwinked and Led to Believe That America Is a Vast Wilderness. Inhabited by Say *ies Called Cowboys. Spanish Ignorance. Chicago Tlmesllerald : The ignorance of Spain pusses understanding. Ttie proud Caatllliana WtM prate ah mt their "national honor" have no adequate con geptlon of America or tlie Americans. In a nation v,lj per cent of which is illit erate it is riot strange that popular mis apprehension shotilil he entertained con terning a foreign nation tliciusmnls ol mile* away ; but it seems i-iiecr that the press and ttie public leaders of Spain should he so woefully iv the dark con .terning American matter*. No less a personage than lien. Weyler himself recently assured all interviewer that with 50,000 soldier* landed on Amer ican soil lie could in one week's time msn h from Boston to San Francisco. Sen. Correa, the Spanish iniiiisterof war, rec...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 9 June 1898

4 rilE YAKIHA HERALD. |i\ll I'Y I II'KSI BY. Publisher*'. f . . .--.■. ■ | - -I. •,, „, <| „' ■ i „, i ■ -. a ratci -,m : • ■;- leal an IFFinil mw I'vi'i■:: \\*M, «WW T.I i KSDA V, Jl'NI i, list. FHI S "!■' fill. A' 1 1 It IS A rereul Uhih ol Mi* New York Four rial oi i 'hi ii.- -•■ ii >i.; k;.'i- ' 11- 1 ; tllowinii Tie war Ins no* beei in operation near v ii month, and nu financial pro vision h is ii-- t •>■ for ;' .. ■' are i ■ured thai the silverit b snd popu ima, the tie c Ilillßl hum ma hi hring ill iil •!.-■ war. -.ud in >-' impatient localise it di I not ioii-.m Bootipr, Ail ill ik" 5j,,.,.Mh,'- I .r aev-riii Me. h-. lim- i HisT tie-* can pre vent action the inure money th" s.-i r" tnr\ hoi hay, i i lake mil of lie r.'s'ri.-. and the greater will be Ihe chance ol forcing upon tins country the eurr • Calamines from wliich Spain is *..il r ing. I'l c Spain iris in tlie aenaie havi •et t li- rh • i-i- n. " 'ii- li- m, ioft In national credii and (lie chaos ol busine...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 9 June 1898

Willi SHORTSTOPS i Uli.it i> (mini] n-i D.iih of liferent tv Ail Out' IVopk. KisceLttxeors sews \<m:s Items of Personal and Local Mention Put Into Condensed Form for "The llerall's" Busy Readers. Mr McMillan ol Fawcett Broe., is. aa* joying a visit irom two of bis suns Mra.T. A. Davia is confined io ler tmiii ■ by a severe attack nf illness. Jns Rice, jr., laaveatoda> forWinfleld, Kansas, bia old borne, wbere be aspects to remain Editor I'ailev ia taking a few Weeka' leave nf abeence from newspaper duty iv order to take the ichool eeiiMis. A new transcontinental Ireigbt tariff has been Issued i, v lb, Northern I'a. itie, to go into effect June 25, riie lades of the Christian church de sire to thank all those who so kin. ly assist,.,i in making the rose carnival i ■uccesi The capitalists noted in last wetk's Herald aa having become inn rested in the Swauk mining district, have recently negotiated for the pure nasi' „i the 11 00—I •piist sawmill. Dr. I leg ima resigned the ca...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 9 June 1898

6 SlffllnDElPW' Short Paragraph's l.'oiit,iiiiiti(| Infill-. nation Hunt tht llii| Mum. IKTEREST INCREASING DAILY Thin* Vtill Be a Kittitas Day an! an Ixiur sain I mm BstSebßaf ai. j Huslyn Many Visitors From the Sound Abo Cumins STVTt I AIR NOTES Kx-Slioriir VanderVenter. uf Kinu county, who ba- one n( the lar,;"ai atnl liest bands of trotting horsea In the stste. hss derided to bring them toYak'tnato train this summer ami enter tbem al the coming fair, and probably in the circuit. The commission has eecorsd the ser- Tlcet ul 11. Basher ol Spokane as expert judge ol all St..i k. There is no doubt tbat he will give good satisfaction, as be is one of the best pouted stock men in the northwest. Dr. Hare, who now owns the suns hi horses, has decided to send Yon,lis In Yakima to be kepi ai the fair -rounds ami trained for tbe 'all races He ll a very last annual. Seattle day bas been rhanged Iron Thursday tv Friday in order tv give S - attic the Derby. Tin l; ithei hi d llr is, nl I' *rt...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 9 June 1898

BURNING ICE FIELDS. A Lake in tbe State ef Kansas That I> Inflammable. 4mouli4 r». by th* F»ri That Kattiral taava 4b(l«ads In th* Br«rlon- A ■oat *!■• ■ al* r make Itseems a somewhat surprising rtate metit t<i make that, on the ice-covered surface of a Kansas lake it is poMlble to build a bonfire by sim: Iv breaking through ihe Ice and applying a match tO tin Mirfai'e of tht water. Tin- Flame* will shout up as high ns a man anil will burn brightly for • minute or two. This in what has been poss;blt* for several winter* on Doniphan lake, Kuns.is, and nn one of its tributary streams. Thr furl fur these tires is natural gas, wbich liulilili'S n|i tlir.nii'li th* nn tiT thr ji in- ri nun I. 11 ut it is i nlj during tin- wry fold wintry night* that it is thus temporarily stored under the i»■ i hi iiiiini'iisi' bubble* <it* pocket*, some liiiirs ten in twenty rqunre Minis |q extent. Puncture t ii.s-i' bubble* with a chisel, appli a lighted match, mnl one has a muring Aame before...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 9 June 1898

8 IN I iii II Brief liit^ ul \c.\> Gathered Pron Various Sources. PERSONAL AND IMPERSONAL tItWS" li Something That I-, P<ot Generally Known snd Here Readers of "The Her aid Will Find Several Col umns of It. Step in and try Wilson's Ice cream. 20 E K. Kelso returned Saturday froni Portland iiiid Bound, points. Firsl class brick at (mrrett Bros.' yard near the power house. 41-tf B 8. Weed of Ellenshnrg win* regis:- r ed at Ihe Hotel Yakima Tuesday. Gay McL Edwsrds, editor ol the Pa i it'n I lairj msn, «as in the city Thurs lay. Sanitary, ornamental and economical— thus,- steel enameled bath lulia, with i ak rims at sawbridges. 1 Hf A. C. Walker returned to the city nn Monday af'er an absence ol a couple ol wn t- al Fori Simcoe nnd Zillah |ir Frank lias hi en eleeti I a deli _-.it' to the Masonic grand lodge which con venes in Seatth June 1 I 15 and 1(1. Rooms to let in privati house, with or' Without hoard, corner C mnl -11 streets. I lo i Mi.. C. (' Sill miln. l'rop. lb I* Fran...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 16 June 1898

The Yakima Herald. VOL. X, l^&mmtJmZitelU X If^ P"™"-^ _!_____[ -—i^^^^ • I au> ■_■■——■ lT(____te __h_^^_l I r THE DEERING IDEAL BINDER. *< Perfect , . Roller and } A a' J " > I ? in .< ,x—' -_3^ Ball f _i Construction JGf ps t<'':~^^bmt Bearings L «■ •- .* .. '*_->vS^-si iii/^'-r" ' JT"**** li k: 'V*-• a>, Avieans Lignt w J Notseless j^ff^^ > § -fa - csj^pl^ Less ** ■* I Operation *^^**r A ,^v3^si^S* *"* Wean I | They Hays More Real Imprasiits Than Any Otlier Machine Made, j 1 l^sml CALL AND l^&^W) I < SEE THEM- IS^^f !> 1 --* <€_§il^ ! St. Paul & Tacoma Her Cinw, NORTH YAKIHA, PROSSER AND TOPPENISH. We carry a most complete stock of Af- _aV^r_'lrir<r_^#»'»-^**A'*'*********** Ar tb at i^sr m\ m\ my m\m\ m\ pf. m\ pmz_ am- m\ S*\ m\ m\ my my m\ m\ ymr m. m* gar *ar me —jr ymr ymr mr Wr I LUMBER I MrylJtM l.nlli, I'osls, IMsiftfrr, llsiii*, «foment, Sliiii:;..*'*, Sa*li, Door* and IHoiiMin:;*. Agents lor the celebrated Grays Harbor Comm...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 16 June 1898

2 w°a u ntma y NEW WAGON, HACK, CART OR BUGGY uS^^t_^_ Onr eoiiipelitnre may tell yuu that nnr wsnong, hacks, etc., are inferinr to other makes. IVin't yon lu'lieve it. Ours are positively tbe lies! ami ■Mcl durable maile, ami we can prove it. llpcanse we can sell them at a lnwer price than onr compet itors im no i-i'.-ii that they are inferior. We can af fonl to sell them cheaper. We pay spot cash for then, I.v the carloail. amounting to |1500 of 19000. In this way we save 10 per cent over time" who buy mi Inn-* time Hinl pay fur them as they sell them. We reiterate, guarantee ami prove, that KISH BROS.'are the beet vehicles made. We nee only thoroughly sir-dried timber ol the very best qual ity, uaiog white oe,k end rock elm for bolsters end liiiwiif, white oak rekcbes,SDd while oak ami white ash i oles, w i.ichever we can procure to the hest a I vantsuP. (In* mxl'M are maile of the very best seleeteil Our Third Car ol Wagons and Hacks £\Mgv H ?1 1B W HgP!£_l tl W Ten 'bs' °f Arbu...

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