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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 21 July 1898

(Continued from Page 2.) and beyond any demand of war or re quest of its managers. We pleaded with them that the ureal wealth of the Inn.l, which ia obtaining fivt•sevenths of all this money, should pay some of the bur dens of the government; that corpora tions be taxed on their great franchises; that large banking institutions and rail roads be taxed in proportion to their wealth as was the poor individual. Th's waa denied, refnaed; and every powerful institution which contribute*! to the laat campaign was given exemption from any tax, enabled to shift it all to the poor in dividual. Tbe rich individual, prlvi ledjed igainst having hie income from the government bonds or any source in excess of four thousand dollars taxed, though the supreme court of the United States has expressly declared it would austsin an income tax for war purposes, was exempt. The rich and powerful not to give a dollar that they were not per mitted to take from the individual in re turn, while the poor must ...

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. — 21 July 1898

X ME YAKIMA HERALD. IJAUKY & TCKSI.EY. Publl.bcr. fgbll.l ed every Tbnrsday; *üb*cr!ptlon tI.OU I* r year lv advance. Advertising rate* upon application. •FFICIAI PIMM PIPER VAKIMA COIITV THURSDAY. JULY SI, 1898. PREMEDITATED CRIME. At t'.' lattl meeting of the bosrd of county ••imiiiasiiiuera tbe contrsct for county printing for tbe ensuing year waa aw..*- '■■■( ihe Republic. All the local papers dad suhmitied pricea but the bid o! t! " Repuhiu waa but little more than half that of Ihe others. Tiik Hkkai.p snouhl have given the subject no further Il dice hail it uul beeu lor un editorial ex- I'ui.v i. in that paper laat week. Hirst it gays: "The Republic bid on job work Mac '.cry much lower than the aattie » i , Hoald lis tiikeu froni private iudi vil-.i.i.'d. riie R-public job tuoiiM ii.-nt* ing ttirtt a lesa ii in coat hid un live article* might give ita work to this paper ; *■ a sacrifice was made. Reimbiirseu.eut comes irom other aourcea upon which no Ind * in asked. in. la...

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. — 21 July 1898

I SI I Gil Very Marked Changes TaKlng I'lace Every Day. NEW BIILDINGS I XDEK KAY A List of tke Horses how la Trslslsi . With S Bit of Esch One's History Interest la the Fslr Crowlsf Dslly. Some Newsy Notts. On Tuesdsy morning a Hkr.\i.ii report er in company with Mr. Thomas Lund, visited the Stste fair grounds that our readers might learn of the changes that bad been made. We were most agree- ! ably surprised at what we saw and feel sure that tbe commission will receive the hesriy commendation of the patrons of the fair this fall when the grounds are thrown open and the transformation that has taken place can be seen. Instesd of barren sand waste tbat waa wont to an noy the taste and good hr.tnor of visitors, at previous fairs, will be found a well cared for plot of ground liearing excellent j crops of alfalfa, and covering tbe large area enclosed by the race track, as well as the space back of the grand stand and surrounding the pavillion and other buildings. This will insure visit...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 21 July 1898

I AttOlT THE STATE. General Engineer Gillespie of the Northwestern Railroad company has re cglved orders from Isaac T. Drake, gen oral manager, New York, to let a contract at once for coostructing the first three miles of the road from Huntington down Snake river. Daytor, is again annoyed by tbe tramp nuisance. Many are said to be encamped iv little companies of half a dozen or more in shady places along the creeks on tbe outskirts of the city. They lounge so I sleep during the heat of the day, and in the <>! <d the morning and evening make incurekme into the residence por tun of tba city to ask for "haod-outs." Vt. L. Thompson, president of the Bank of Suiiitier, has been charged with receiv ing from Charles Hood a deposit of |344 Lin.'V r.g the bank to be insolvent and in falling circumstances. A similar charge has be»n filed against H. K. Wellington, cashier, for receiving a deposit of $4PU from Olive I. Foster. The moat disastrous fire that Olympia 4:aH had for years oc...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 21 July 1898

THE SPANISH GUNNER He Is Notoriously Incompetent as • Marksmen. Ei-Mlalitrr B*aa Sara That Waa Demonstrated la ike Chilian ll«"i ulnllon —I- iirrlnnrri Are "I do not belie\e tbe American navy will have much to fear from the Span ish gunners," said Patrick Kgnn, ex minister to Chili. "The Spanish gun ners arc notoriously incompt tent. It is a fact not generally known that there is not n Spanish ship afloat the engineer of which is not either a Scotchman or an liitiiiiiuu. The Spaniard! are a ln/y people. They do not lake to work which involves careful attention to de tails. That is the reason why they have been obliged to becure foreigners for the position of engineer on their -tup.-. They could not secure Spuniarda who would give to the machinery ot a wart-hip the cureful attentiou which it requires. It is a fact that few of the Spanish officers arc up to date in the scienvv vf uav-jl warfare. Tin- Weh gen .'lally ttlMted fOf the command of Span ish .-hips arc those whose families h...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 21 July 1898

8_ U1 QUI IU fl 111 U Pr^rvi^ Kettles Can you afford to lie without this clbbs nf goods when they can be had at the following prices t rwo anait mltkpaa i-'v Wo. SI iaaee pen ■»•'•< fonr " " M Wo. 28 iatiee pen Ut g|l " " M Two nimrt coveted Sauce iian He Ten quart dlibpas We So la, '< quart preserve kettle . He r..nrteeii quart ill»ti|ian . He Wo. 3D preserve kettle .... . He -cvi'iitei'ii ijuart (liKii)iaii fi-ic Wo. Wpreen*re kettle ...... •< No ISSaarepen ISe Ko. M preserve kettle No. li, 'li*. iiuart fHtice pall --tic „ .., „, No.a) Sauce pan tbe Wo.» preserve kettle , . 4uc No. 22 Oasoe pan :mc No 3S preserve kettle He E. M. HARRIS, Grocer, First St. IN I LOCAL lift Brief hits of News fathered I'mm Various Sources, PERSONAL AND IMPERSONAL "Pews" Is Somethlm That Is Not Generally Known, and Here Readers of "The Her ald" Will Find Several Col umns of It. Step in and try Wilson's ice cream. L'o Kama wants your watch and clock I work. tf Senator Dan Leah was in Seattle Tu...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 4 August 1898

The Yakima Herald. vol. x, I —^— I ST. CLAIR RANGES I II A\*i\ I „<»llJi«-'|- F Gonflume I^«**h<w E^nel* r lt:ilt.«> Hffoi*e I^v«»llly« <lii«l r G-lve Ootlei* Mtatiaia-ctlon r than any other Range on the Market. We invite Inspection and Criticism of the St. P Clair Ranges. If you are looking for a first-class article at a very reasonable price, P look over what we have. We also handle f a** ,* EVERYTHING TO BE FOUND IN A .<* „«* a* * FIRST-CLASS HARDWARE STORE. a* .* L AT WILSON'S Rich and Juicy ORANGES and LEMONS just arrived. ' Have you tried our ICE CREAM ? We can fill orders for nice Chipped Beef. TID A VTWP Yakima Dray Co., fj tt I I|T D. T. MYERS, Prop. JJ 1.1. J. AXXX I\J I All orders executed promptly and on Short Notice. Prompt Service to All. ORDERS TAKEN FOR ROSLYN COAL. Office at Pressev's Feed Store. S. MEISTER, Proprietor. W. MEISTER, Manager. California Cminiii Co., Eitabliilied iv Seattle for 10 Yearn. 921 Western Aye., SEATTLE, WASH. DEALERS IN Fiji i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 4 August 1898

2_ BROWN & SNELLING, Having leased the evaporating plant fnr the season ♦ # Will Dry all kinds of Fruit The Evaporator will **.*•*•* be prepared for business Beginning Friday, Aug. 12th. SPIfIWISiW The Prcsiilenil Receives Inofficial Notification to this Effect. WAITING POH CONFIRMATION During the Week Just Passed Our Forces at all Points Have Slowly but Surely teen Drawlnt the Net Around the Spanish PKACK NKOOTIATIONK. The following official statement has been given out by authority of the presi dent as to Ihe terms of peace offered hy the United States: The president does not now put for ward any claim for pecuniary inJemnity, but requires the relinquishment of all claims of sovereignty over the title to the island of Cuba, as well as the immediate evacuation by Spain of the island; tbe ceesion to the United States and imme diate evacuation of Porto Rico and other islands under Spanish eovereigntp in the West Indiee, and tbe like cession of an ialand in the Ladrones. The Unite...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 4 August 1898

IN I LOCAL ARENA Brief Bits of News Gathered Prom Various Sources. PERSONAL AND IMPERSONAL. "Newt" la Sontthlaf Tbat la Not Ceaerally Knows, and Here Readers of "The Her ald" Will Flad Several Col umns of It. Attorney Fred Parker visited tbe Sound cities thie week. A. I Slemmons made Tacoma a busi ness visit the first of the week. One of the moat popular men in town tbeee daye ie Frank Sinclair. He ie the ice man. See Tiik Herald's Map offer in another column. Good only for a abort time aa the enpply is limited. Mre. C. F. Crouse and children and Mr. and Mre. A. A. McDermid are among the latest to leave for Soda Springe. W.J. Koafand family and John Koaf returned the latter part of the week from their outing on Ihe upper Natchez. A camping trip ie not complete without a daylight-loading Eastman camera. For sale by Moore A Moore tbe stationers. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Dudley are enter taining her brother, Elijah Barton, who is a prominent attorney of Minneapolis. Mr. Meyer, of North Yakim...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 4 August 1898

4_ IHE YAKIMA HERALD. RAILEY A TUKM.EY Publishers. rabitstfit event TMnadar; subscription ji.oo p«r year in advance. Advertising rates Upon application. •FFIO.IL FISIIIS Tint V\Kl«\ NUT! THURSDAY. AUGUST 4, 1898. Tin oiilv kick that has been registered agaiiit th» war revenue tax has been by tie- ei.rpi rations. The Prince of Hales has a daughter, Princess Viitorta, who insists on select ing her nan husband. Sensible girl. Republican editors are not monkeying with the »heat-silver proposition just nnw. It beuns to look too much like a buz/ saw. Prealdenl Mi Klnley'l peace answer to Spain is silen regarding the sinking of the Maine, Tie man wh > poshed the button "ii that oci'iision ought to lie set tled with slid noa is the time. Ii ui'isl be rather a hard pill for a nation tosunllow hy admitting tbat eh< has (ought a naval war and never sunk one of the enemy's ships. The only al ternative for Spain is lo own upon the M line stf'tir. Press dispatch!! slate that the third batla...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 4 August 1898

Will Si w What is (ioini| on Daily uf Interest to' All Our People. MISCRLLANKOIS NKKS NOTES i Itteis ot Personal and Local Mention Put Into Condensed Form for "The Heralds" Busy Readers. Ice cream at Wilson's. 20->(. Vesta] s„y,) Hr | lafl returned from So la Springs. A. I*. Oliver has returned from bis trip to Umatilla. Rev. Stephens is planning for an early visit to the mountains. First i lass brick at (iarrett Bros.' yard near the power house. 41-ti 0| K. Lnmof Kennewick was registered at the Bartholet Tuesday. Q. 8. Rankin left last Saturday tube witli his family on the Sound lor a week. Ladies desiring engraved cards and who have plates can get them at Tiik Hkkai.d office. Parties desiring cheap conveyances to and Irotn tl eir outings, can learn ol am h by addressing a postal to Jesse Hyatt. Rev. B, B. Utr. was elected as a mem ber of the Christian Slate executive com mittee at the recent convention in Walla Walla. Tis Misses Cameron of the Moxee left left Wednesday evening ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 4 August 1898

s MOSSE*. Wu have lieen ex|»eriencing .cry warm weather for the laat week or more. Tuee day the thermometer ranged from 103 to 10. degree* in tbe shade, according to lurroundinga. Work everywhere is progressing very •lowly. A party ia announced to leave here tor (he mountain! next Tbursdey evening by team, ■ ■oiis.sii-ng of th! lamiiies of Mesera Taylor, Holm and McNeil. Tbep expect io b? gone a'n'ioiit h or more. Two funerals have occurred during tbe Qta few days. First, tbe baby boy of #lr and Mrs. C. A. Jensen, two month! "old, " in- b die t Friday morning and waa t ;-:-'! Sa'iirday morning; second, the ■♦is 1 -, girl of Mr. and Mra. M. Tustin, Which died Monday morning after aev- Ctul daja 1 lilness, and was buried Tuea d.iy furenoi'ii. The contract baa been let to John I^-e Xo tiuild c cottage for Joe Pnnti contain -v^ng abcul aeven rooms. The grounds are lining cleared for it. klr. Chisoi is building himaelf a new Xiuse back of B. K. (iardner'e klr. Fisher has his house well u...

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

THEORY OF SUNSTROKE Aa lali-rllnna lilacnap-Is %ot Dae to Heal or lo P.apaaare to the las. Ih". Rambon adopts what to many will be a startling theory to explain the ac- , lion of suri-trike. Says the Los Angeles Times. I!( n gards : his affection a* not j due to excessive heat or exposure 10 the j sun, but to an infectious disease caused by ■ specific organism. Be attests the I fu<'t IMI rtrokera, oven cleaners, min ers and iron workers are exposed to! temperatures higher than those of any known climate without ever contract ing the malady, and that the Assam tea plantl rs and the rtoacly shaven ChiDe.se,! aitbougfa constanily working in the hottest sun, are equally exempt. Dr. Samhnn. discussing 'He geograph ical distribution of the dlataec, goes on to prOTC thiit the areas in which it ii epidemic are strictly defined. While unknown in Eiirope.it is common it: the low-lying regions of the eastern lulled States between the Appalachians and the Atlantic. It extends along tin Nile ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 4 August 1898

8 IjUllilßfjrß * E£ K c,.,e S (\m yon aflnnt to bi without this v\n*a of when they can l>p htn! at tho following r»rtrcs ? Two quart milkptn u^f Mo. 24 taaeo pan ... ..... Ma Four " " '-M*' So. %W Saw** van 11l hix " " '--'0 TWO quart covrri-tl Same pan . . . -V' I« 11 <j lart rilihpan 1 ■*' V" IS. \^i quart preservefcettfa . 20c Fourteen quart dtthpan . v Ko. 20 preserve kettle . 250 Seventeen quart ditto pan fl '• Wo 22 pmerrc kettla , , BGe 5° [ft name pan l*• Ko. 24 prwarre kattle . . . He Nn. In, ji.. uimrt MiiHf pun 300 k . No. 20 Saui c pan 2ftc Wa w «wwv<ktt,u' ■ *,k No. 22 Sauce pan . .. !<*■ So 21 pnam kattla 16s E. M. HARRIS, Grocer, First St. DID 111 Hi The tin Coacil Net hs Usui Moadaj Night to Transact Business. HAD \ YUKY WARM MBUTIXG A Vote Taken on the Band Proposition. Offl cers' Reports for July. The City Attorney lets In the last Laugh. The regular council meeting held Min-' day night was not well attended, there being ((resent Mayor Kecbter, Council ...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 11 August 1898

The Yakima Herald. VOI . X, I ST. CLAIR RANGES 1 a i^&Ht i 4<>ii«-«»i* pi H CoiiNuiue IjCss fuel*, B m 1 tnK«' More Evenly* «n<l Rj CT GUve Better WiUiisin,etioii Kj || than any other Range on the Market. We invite Inspection and Criticism of the St. £ ES Clair Ranges. If you are looking for a first-class article at a very reasonable price, £ |8 look over what we have. We also handle JT | **A 0 ' EVERYTHING TO BE FOUND IN A «S sS t 5 J* j* FIRST-CLASS HARDWARE STORE. «* * fcj AT WILSON'S Rich and Juicy ORANGES and LEMONS just arrived. Have you tried our ICE CREAM? We can fill orders for nice Chipped Beef. TIDAVTATP I Yakima Dray Co., iin IMi t D T MYERS ' Pr°p mJ XIII. JL XJL I%J | All orders executed promptly and on Short Notice. Prompt Service to AU. ORDERS TAKEN FOR ROSLYN COAL. Offlee at Pressey'i Feed Store. i«)«.«'^<-3<'«'Ks<'«'«'<K.<*'^<<*. ■>C"'X>->0')0->>.»..>0-»-»-X>-)0->0->0'3 I S. MEISTEIt, Proprietor. W. MEIST...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 11 August 1898

2 BROWN & SNELLING, Having leased the evaporating plant fnr the season 4 4 Will Dry all kinds of Fruit The Evaporator will „-** *<* j* j* be prepared for business Beginning Friday, Aug. 12th. AMERICAN 6iD SPILLED Spanish Siildicr Attach American Porcca in Philippine Islands. PIRE AT SKA ON TRANSPORT Third Expedition Arrives at Manila Miles Is Marching Through Porto Rico Peace Ne gotiations Continues Slowly -Santiago Is Mow Being Cleaned Ut. The negotiations for peace between Spain and the United Stßtes have pro gressed very slowly during tbe week and have only resulted in a preliminary agree ment upon which to base further and more definite negotiations. The terms of this preliminary agreement are tbe same as those laid down in last week's Hkiui.ii. The first shedding of American blood on Philippine soil took place Sunday Sunday night, July 31, when 11 soldiers were killed and 44 wounded during a skirmish at the Malate trenches, between Cavite and Manila. No attack had been m...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 11 August 1898

IN I 101 ARENA Brief bits of News Gathered Prom Various Sources. PERSONAL AXD IMPERSONAL. 'News" Is Somcthtai Thai Is Not Generally Knows, aad Here Readers of "The Her aid- wm Flad Several Coi ÜBIBS Of It. Step in snd try Wilson's ice cream. 20 Mrs. E. M. Harris was in Toppemsb over last Sunday. Chris Struben, of B loneville Mi., ia visiting his brother Al. First class brick at Garrett Bros.' yard oear the power house. 41-tf Sam Cameron sold 3,010 sheep to Alex McCready of Bickletou last Friday at $*\.'2o per head. Ladies desiring engraved cards and who have plates can get them at Tiik Hkkai.d office. Mrs. T. 11. kutter returned Monday night from Chicago, where she has lieen spending the past few mouths E W. Dooley and family went to Hot Springs Monday night. Mrs. Dooley will remain on account of rheumatism. Parties desiring cheap conveyances to and from tl.eir outings, can learn of such by addressing a postal lo Jesse Hyatt. A camping trip is not complete without t daylight-loading...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 11 August 1898

tf THE YAKIMA HERALD. BAII.KY A TI'ESLKY. Publishers. fei-lisi c I every Thursday; subscription 11.00 per year in advance. Advertising rates upon application. IfflClAL FISIOS PAPER TAUIA I «»l \T\ THURSDAY. AUGUST 11, 1898, I'cete arc several looee rails in John 1.. V .ison's fence iv this county. It's time In- aiih I.ere V* KankiiiwnsMl and liarrv Price, two l ong men of Cincinnati, have originated UmMmoJ starting a fund among school Children for Hie purpose of building a I) .-.lesliip. It will be named "The A ieri?sn Boy." According to tbe Btarbaek Journal I r 9 arc some people over there wlni tier can see tba Influence a newepaper ♦>- Hi a community, ami they don't see ' tn use to try to keep it agoin'," but just ti..' miniite Ibey do something real mean a.id d >n'l want the public to know of it, |i >- come around to the editor and de \\tt aII eor.s of Hcheinos to s*ear him to f'.ruai secrecy. We. iiave a branch of t). i im,! i..ii.in In North Yakima, Aguinaldo tiimsalf ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 11 August 1898

a iii jam ■ Is One uf the Special Attractions Arranged for the State Pair. ALSO A I'AKACHITE .11 Ml* Racist Dots and Also a Race Horse Without Rider or Driver Win Be Features. -All Arraatemeets Nearlat Comtletloo. Mr. J. Lawson Smith, Supt. -jf the Ag ricultural Depar ment of the Spokane Fruit Fair, and who in the SupirintctK** ent of the Live Stock Department of the Washington State Ksir was in the city on Sunday and Monday ami reports every thing progressing favorably in his depart ment. He says that Spokane County will forward exhibits to the amount of a* least two or three car loads of stock, he sides poultry and farm product*. Mr. Smith advises us that where desired ex hibits are forwarded from this Kair to Spokane and thence to the Omnha Xx poeition and advises us that there are valuable tiremiums i ffered for county, district and individual exhibits of farm products, ranging from |300.00, for tirst premium down, besides several prize cup*. The Washington state Pharmaceutical ...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 11 August 1898

6 CIDIIESjOR II Republican .Moths Arc Sure tn (ict Their Prctt\ \\inijs Scorched. STKONii IISION CANDIDATES Convention Politics Are Rapidly Sharing T In m selves ia Both Panics aad numerous Friends Are at Work for the Various Candidates No better indication of the prevalent hunger anions Ihe republican office seek ers of Vakiina county could be had than Ihe scramble taking place among them I now lor the various nominations. It re minds one forcibly of the drowning man I and ths straw. Kor sheriff there are no less than six candidates—J. M. Brotra,Phitlipe, Poole, Short, O. V. Carpenter and Paul. The faalooiata know a |00d man when they I nve linn, and at the present writing Jack -haw appears to be their unanimous Choice The man on theother tick' t who| Hso unfortunate as to run against him lias our sympethy. Kor treasurer. Charlie Donovan so far' baa no opposition. His preeeni service j as denov haa fsmilisriseil him with the work, ami the ad led argument of his unquestioned qualifi...

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