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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 11 August 1898

FIRE FIGHTING. How It «»" Done in Ihe Snath la the Dsm I'.'iiirdl,. Civil War. Old citizens are commenting on the change the Savannah tire department has undergone since the ante-bellum days. The recenl tires have given rise to many recollections of former meth ods of checking Haines, says Ihe Sa vannah Ni ws. The e\ is of one mail, who ivas posted in a glass houae in the city Exchange dome, constituted the alarm system He was a sort of sentinel, and whili keeping watch over Ihe city cried out the hours and whether things wen well or no. There are a few members of the police force to-day who served in the old glass house and recall the days when tire alarms were sounded by ring ing the old bell. Hand pumps formed the apparatus lo driie water, and the effective work they did is well remembered. All fir. men before the war were volunteers and, with the exception of the chiefs ot divisions, were composed entirely oi colored men. They were strong, hardy and to get to a tire wnsn sorl of...

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. — 11 August 1898

8 I Ul UllllU II Ul U Preserving Kettles I t'nn vnn afford to be without this class of goods when they can £j be had at tlie following prices ? 9 © Twiiqaetl iiiitk|ian U'.^c No. 21 Saoee pan ... * • Q B fimr " " .... . '.lie Wo. -It Sauce I'Hil im- 8 g -:v " j.ic Tn • ijuMit i iKc-e.i Beaca nan SSe & Ten qnart Htbpan Me No IA.2M quart preterve kettle . 90c J5 >r Fourteen quart dtabpaa 5a No. 30 prewroo kettle . SV h g Seventeen qaarl dtsbpaß BSe No 22 penerve kettle . no g 6 jj" [< •"•nice pan 1.-c N „ -, „„.„,,,-,. kettle Me Q g No I". "v (jiiart aaiicc pan .IK' .. , .., Q g No.» Saucepan 2fte No.2Sp« rveketUe -kk- g Y> No. 22 Saves paa MB Ne. tA pre-crce kettle ttfl g (JEJ-UHA^^ illllSl What is (ininy on Daily of Interest to All Hut People. MISCELLANEOUS NEWS NOTES Items of Personal and Local Mention Put Into Condensed Form for "The Herald's" Busy Readers. Ice cream at. Wilson's. 20-tf. Dr. Frank drove up to Soda Springe Tuesday night. Chris Miller has rented bis Cow...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 18 August 1898

The Yakima Herald. VOI. X, $V?I3P^ Are Headquarters IHop Growers' Supplies 1 H SULPHUR HOP SCOOPS 9! If HOP CLOTH THERMOMETERS B KILN CLOTH SEWINQ TWINE M m And all other necessaries lor fitting up your Kilns. Better look things over and see i| -.^=—-^=^what is needed ...=-~ =i 1 For Campers If W', Our line of Camp Cooking Utensils is complete. Ammunition of all kinds. Loaded W\ Shells, Fishing Tackle, etc. See us when in need. ffim \ I YOU WILL. FIND OUR GOODS i I AND OUR PRICES RIGHT I I* Mil HARDWARE COMPANY j 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. nn IVTMP Yakima Dray Co., Itl n ilt d- t- mye:rs ' Pr°p- XJ xllX JL 111 XJ : AU orders executed promptly and on Short Notice. Prompt Bervlce to All. ORDERS TAKEN FOR ROSLYN COAL. Office at Preiser » Feed Store. j^Og>"«<»0('"0<»0<"0<'»0<«0<(-«<<'«<->OC"C(> •>o">o.->o..>o<.>o«>o'.>o"&g...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 18 August 1898

2 A CENT'S WORTH of the wrong baking powder will spoil a half-dollar's worth of cake. " Use Schillings Best. ilflllilll Its Ciipturc Cost Pite Uvea nnd Onl\ Plftj Were Wounded. THE PROTOCOL IS NOW SIGNED The President Issues a Proclamation to the Several Commanders ot United States Forces to Cease Operations for the Present. Thenar is over and aa a preliminary step towards forming a treaty of peace the following protocol wa*i signed last Friday. It provides: I. Spain all) relinquish all claim of sover. ignty over and title to Cuha. '_'. Porto Rico and other Spanih Is land* in tbe Went Indies and an in land in the Ladrones, to be selected by the I'nited States, shall be ceded to tbe latter. 'A. Tne I'nited States shall occupy and hold the City, Bay and Harbor of Manila, pending the conclusion ol the treaty of peace, Which shall determine the control, disposition and government of the Philippines. 4. Cuba, I'ortO Bit'O and other Span ish islands in 11,e west Indies shall be' Immediate...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 18 August 1898

Cv***^ *^» -^ »5 l\l*»vi/ Vnrlr fnch ULASS tumulers- X J5 HCW ■Ul IV Va-911 I*l»in and fancy at 40c a dozen i\ SS CSnmM* about half what you pa? at other S SlOrC... placee. J J. A. ADAMS. M K r. WHO! LAP HOKE-J- g H At .ill,- line If.. Some good bar- _£ * shoes- •««* ir A!s»r I * Just received a nice line of Shoe, j. _£_£* _fi_\\_ *'• ""J ,0 * 3J close them out in the next few days 35 JK and at priaM that can't be match- 1 ma .\ » t the prices ire are selling "at Wk **fC ed in the city. , they wont laat long. iff * * is j* BARGAINS j* j* > * 41 Mens jean pants 75 |!| 7 spools beet cotton 26 Sk iff. " I.siindried I'ercale Shirts BO Men's Ooat (Hove 25 }M .Ati " (iood Working Shirt 38 |; (len Saranac Buckskin Olovee HU 2 B •' Extra good working shirt +"> 111 sold for less than fl 50) w H A good hrioni 10, 2>>, 20,-5 and 30 Men's fedora Hats 75 S *12 qt granite pail—heavy 50 Wire dish covers, large size. .. 10 SK H 12 i|t heavy dairy pail 25 [•■ Crank flour Sifter. 10 mX ■5...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 18 August 1898

4 THE YAKIMA HERALD. BAII.KV ■'. TI'ESI.KY. Putillatiom. Pablialed cicrv Thnraday; anbacrlptlon 11.00 ptr \e»r in advance Ailvrrtiaitiß rated U|KIH •I'l'lli-HtIOII. MlßUlresioi i'mi-- IlUll (ol\tv THURSDAY. AUGUST IS, 189 S. "The Yaiiko-Spanko w»r" is the way an Knglish editor puts it. Misi-i-cdi'ii iihh issued a yellow fever quarantine against Louisiana. Applicants are rapidly showing up for posit tons in thp ■ .in I a ii islands. Hawaii will have to let her president go to make loom for one of the faithful. •««»«. -. — Then were added to the Catholic Total Abetinen sa Vsaoclatlon of America 406Q upw member! during the past year. The «ar lasted 114 lays and coat over one hundre I and fifty millions ol dollara. Such luxuries cntue a little bil high but we inusi ti ive them (iin-e in a while. mm**, it is reported that over In Whatcom count) Seiuiio Wiinoii lias Instructed Poetuiaater Kldridgeto knife the republi can countj ticket 11 save the i gislative tllket. It is said ilia' n coi...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 18 August 1898

ill ANDIII Kci-ent Ips iiinl Downs of Hold \n\i i|iitor> nf thnt I'iiniiiiis Ki\cr. TWO DAYS ON A SAND DAK A Letter Front Emit Schaaao. an Ex Yakltnae. Contalos News of Everybody at Fort Selkirk. «nd also la that Nelibborhood The following very interesting letter from Kind Schanno has lieen received tiy Volney Taft anil will be read with miii-h interest by his friends and a ipinn 'ainces i Ft. Selkirk, N. W T., July M, !'K. Fkiknd Dot-:— I received one of your letters when we wpre at Lake Bennett, tint did not have time to write yon before we left. We have had a very pleiisint trip so tar and our goods are in the heat of condition, not gelling tnein wet once. After leaving the landing at. Bennett wp ran into a very heavy eind that made us bunt shelter. We heard 'hat the Cobtirn scow was on the rocks three miles below, so the next norniag we walked over the hill and found him, bis goods tieing strung all Hloiig the heach for half a mile. Hup of their aeteepa broke joet at the mome...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 18 August 1898

6 lEDBAUi Well Known I'lilili*. Men I'riim All Scitious Will Ik- I'roent. \ sri.i;\i)ii) riORAI EXHIBIT — A Special Lecture Betst Arranieil (or the Ladies on the Sutiect of Rsislni Flowers A Call for Sped men I mils As'he timo for opening the fair an-1 proachee, interest almost amounting to 1 excitement has taken possession of the people of North Vakiina on the subject of the state fair. Hotel keepers and res taurant keepers are preparing for tbe biggest rush oi people tbat ever gathered at North Yakima. Thelarje sums paid , for concessions indicate the universal opinion that Hie fai' 'his yeiir will bring togelher nn unusual cone mrse of people Committee* af* being appointed in tlie different valleva of the county lo look after the count) exhibit. Zillah precinct has taken Ihe initiative in this line, and proposes to pui forth an exhibit hat mill aim* the W00(l»rfal resources ol tlmt sec lion "f ihe country as th**} never have I n und rstood before, li is understood also that i lie...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 18 August 1898

CUBA'S IU I) DISEASES. Malaria and Smallpox Prevail at AU Seasons of the Year. People Inutile to Iters « l»-n« ss< lit Vaccinated lilt- b| TrsKifTkss • ■nilt-'llir I i RfUOS Is 11.. Kuril An old resident of Havana lately said: "Havana has malarial fever and small pox the year round, but they ire not epi detnic,except In ihe rainy season. With in a week after rains begin, the tleatl rate shows a large increase, and the sit nation grows worse as the season ad vancos. hut a few days arc enough t( scatter tHaeate. It is no wonder tht people believe the rsin itself contain. deadly poison. "Kor sev( rai months the weather hat been 11 11 usually dry, nnd. following pre cedci.:. I.he rains should lie heavier Iha I la customary. Winn the war bn k* i v there were 150,000 persons in llaviini who had not sufficient means of siippnr for one week. What trust be their con dition now, after live weeks of tin block ide? As a rule, ("übans are no pto\ i lent, while Spaniards are not open banded : ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 18 August 1898

8 I UI UIIUU HUI U Preserving Kettles I )[': Cun you afford to be without this class of goods when they can M j» he had at the following prices ? 8 g Twotiaaitmtlkpaa . i-",c We.Stßaa*esea ■• wi V Konr " " '-lie No. Jfi Ssuce pan . IS* 8 £{ r-i\ " " MC 'I wn ijiiftrt covered sauce |tau J- g! 8 leu .|iisrt rilthpsn 4V No. IS, -".; ijiiart pf***ne kettle . Jc. 3! *] Fourteen .juart ■li'dipaii He Ha. SS preserve kettle *.'" » B seventeen (juart (lishpan IM No JJ preserve kettte We ® a No. le, gears pea IM No. J4 preserve kettle M* _\ a Wo. Is, 2h quart scare pan mc .. (W . . — h .. M . ... B £ Ho. JO Met pan M N." -'•'preserve kettle IM 8 A No. TJ Sauce pan '(tie No. ■J.* nreserve kettle *t .-. ISO .ft j E. M. HARRIS. Grocer, Firefcgt J iiiftiimsfs Uli.it i> Going on Daily of Interest to All Our People. MISIT.LLAXKOI'S NR\\S NOTES Items at Ptrsoail sail Local Mention Put loto Condensed Form for "Tbe Herald's" Busy Readers. Ice cream at Wilson's. 20-tf. Ch'is Miller is apending a few...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 18 August 1898

8 • P nrmif nmnnn *^k Pans j LrlflUllßWfllE * ESwJ j i i tea \on afford to be without thin rlaaa of good* when they ran * 'I be had at ttie following price* 9 g fi TwoqMfl milkjimi I'-'V No MfIMMMpWi &€ ffl fi Knur JOr No.'Jfi Hinrp van : 4'H' 8 M Ml " Jft 'I wo <jiiart cnxtTfil MMMSI !»» -'■*' 6§ © Dm <j"iTt 4uhpan <v Wp.!». W**j qwtrt synmrrm fctwk . Eh § R Ko'irN'iii ijimrt 4tabpM BfiC No. 3D pftHfTt ki-tll*' Ih g fi He \ enteen yimrf <tifhj»»n Me No. S3 preserve kettle ... ,M*c fi 5 wo 16 Havre pan I6e Ko. MMwarrttotla Me fi I _ RO. IH, 2\i U-.iS.Tt Ullllrc pn', JlK* .. _. . ... ... H J No jOSa&eeptfl V* *° »|»H—nutattfr . «M S h N.i n>am pan Be No sswvanm Kettle •.• .. ■> m q I E. M. HARRIS. Grocer, FirstSt I • r tms%' ah* ff» ships What is Going on Dalh of Interest to Ml Our People. MISIT.I.UNI'.OI'S NK\\'S NOTT.S Hems nt Person*! ani local Mention Put Into Condense! Form tor "The Herald's" Busy Renders. Icecream at Wilson's. iilMf. Oh'is Miller is sp...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 25 August 1898

The Yakima Herald. vol. x, t y-^S&hs. TXTT? J&fij&Afii*- I • ./or • • **%!igjiiW I ■Hop Growers' Supplies I || SULPHUR HOP SCOOPS | f HOP CLOTH THERMOMETERS | !KILN CLOTH SEWING TWINE I And all other necessaries for fitting up your Kilns. Better look things over and see jh — —_ - what is needed^- ■■ —■ M For Campers I Hjff *m\r |« jt^ Our line of Camp Cooking Utensils is complete. Ammunition of all kinds. Loaded M Shells, Fishing Tackle, etc. See us when in need. W l£jn3 r ~m JOB I YOU WILL FIND OUR GOODS I I AND OUR PRICES RIGHT 1 t MM iIWAI COMPANK * BAKERY, a* RESTAURANT and ja ICE CREAM PARLORS. WHITE HELP OM,Y EMPLOYED Clean Tasty (Ming Gnaranteefl. Regular dinner served from 11 a. m. to 2 p. m. Start Orders at all Hours during; the Day and Evening. I SHARE OP RBI PHlMitt SOLICITED Your Consignments Solicited BY The Campbell Commission Co., 907 Weit St., SEATTLE, WASH. unaa-nna I J- w- Voanir, No. Yakima. EVERYTHING NEAT AND TASTY. THE RICHELIEU RESTAURANT Private B...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 25 August 1898

2 iii pfi All Expeditionary Troops at San Francisco Ordered to Honolulu. WASHINGTON TROOPS OMITTED Mutterlai Out Plans Occupy the Attention of Heads of Drp«rtmrnts *I|M of Pftltlon Dcite*! Volunurrs Pctlllois Are Sur ermed by the detains Since tbe signing of the protocol, with tbe exception of tbe fall of Manila, which -waa chronicled in last week's Herald, no startling war news has developed. The chief interest centers around the <|ueation of mustering out a large portion of the volunteers. Adjutant General Corbin says that he is going to muster out between 7.">,000 and 100,000 volunteers as soon as practicable. The selection of the regiments will not be made arbitrary, but the reports of the regular army offi cers now with the volunteers will he given the highest consideration and the wishes of governors as well as the regi ments themselves will have careful con sideration. Home interests of the na tional government demand the disband mi'iit of troopa secured under the secon...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 25 August 1898

IN I Id 111 Brief Bits of News Gathered From Various Sources. I'RRSOXAL AM) IMPERSONAL. "News" Is Somethlni That Is Mot Ceaerally Knows. aad Here Readers ef "The Her ald" WHI Find Seversl Col umns of It. Vives at Wallace A Coburn'a. Thirty race horses are In training at the fair grounds. C. H. Denley, of Prosser, is doing the city this week. Mis .lames Walton is home from her long visit in the east. First class brick at Garrett Rr.m.' yard near the power house. 41-tl Mr. and Mre. Henry Ditter have re turned from Port Townsend. The Vive camera is the proper thing this year. See them at Wallace A Coburn'a. Alfred Chase has returned from the Swauk, where he has been looking af:er his miuing iuterests. T. A. Davis has just returned from a business trip through the lower end of this county and Klickitat. For nice ripelCrawfonl Deaches for can ning go to A. W. Speyera' orchard, I.iKHI peach trees on Knob Hill. tf The potatoe crop will not be as heavy as usual owing to the fact that grain ...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 25 August 1898

4 m YAKIMA HERALD. HAII.KY & TttESI.RY. Publishers. P«Misti-l every Thursday; subscription tI.OO p«r year in advance. Advertising rates upon application. OFFICIAL FISIOS PAPER VAkllA MISTY THURSDAY, AUGUST -'.5, 189$. Blanco is a lucky Spaniard. Don't forget the primaries Saturday. 9mto The i H-egonian concede* victory to the ailver force* in California thi* year. ■ **»m — —— McKinley's protocol left the Philippine question to be settled in the future. It looks as if Dewey and Merritt had set tled it. m**mm - According to an exchange the proprie tors of Yakima's new aaloon are here because they were unable to get a license in Kittitas county. We don't hear a word about buying back the . m I.t.i ami ships that those weal-by patriots sold to the government at such bargains a few weeks ago. A justice in Steveeton B. C. was a little surprised the other day at the discovery of a keg of powder with a half burned fuse attached placed under his throne. He bad Letter look a little out. «...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 25 August 1898

I ItHB 11 HI Horsemen Write a Letter. A Good •Man for Starting Jadge. WAGNERS BAND TO ATTEND Aae WIU It a Cekkrateg Socraeo Soloist. LaaiM of the Several Churches of North Yaklaa WM Serve Meals Darter the Pair Week. While in Seattle and Tacoma, Secretary Gnnn waa told by several horsemen that while they expected to bring their horses here for the races, they bad put them in training on other tracks, having been in formed that the North Yakima track was not in condition for training. On learn ing this a number of tne horsemen who now have horses in training here wrote the following letter to President Baxter, which is self-explanatory: North Yakima, Aug. '22, '98. Mr. J. M. Baxter, President Washington State Fair Association, North Yakima, Wash.: Dear Sir:—We have been informed that misrepresentations have lieen made to horsemen in different parts of the state in regard to the condition of the race track here and the facilities for train ing. As we are here on the ground and are dail...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 25 August 1898

1 IAI A C UI tl PTH Kl M* **********MM*******\ SM CTATF PAIR <*^S*I NORTH YAKIMA, SEPTEH 26 TO OCTOBER 1 $10,000 in Premium* for Live a+\ iit ri f| ini T| llllfinn I mere* ,. a,n. ....... , MB ff fj} Oil! PlTB duets sniri Speed. B^^ SPEED PROGRAM: "fccd" First Day, Monday, Sept. 26. Fifth Day, Seattle Day, Friday, Sept. 30. > g Trotting, for 2-year-olds, 2 in 3, Pone $100 00 Pacing, 2:25 class, 2 in 3 200 00 '— —■. 1'acing, for 2-year-old, 2 in 3- - ■ too 00 Trotting, 2:40 class, 3 in 20000 :"" ' " 5 : . ' \ Pacing, tor 3-year-olds, 2 in 3 15000 Running, ?_-mile dash, for 3-year-olds and upwards; Trotting, for 3-year-olds, 2 in 3 150 00 winner of one race this year to carry 5 pounds penalty; y*****\ . _i Second Day, Spokane Day, Tuesday, Sept. 27. two or more, 7 pounds; non-winners allowed 7 < > ■ • ,___. —{ Pacing 220 class, 1 in 5 20000 pounds; maidens allowed 10 pounds 100 OO | ■ Sj 1 Trotting 8:33 class, 3 in 5 20000 Running, Seattle Derby, 1 mile; winner of 1 race a...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 25 August 1898

FIGHTING SEVENTH. For Some Reason It Is Rot in Iti Right Place. A Retire* A rai 7 oarer Divas Hia Vlawa Caaeeralag the Staaea 01a riarhters — Saaal* Me la Caaa. When a retired army officer -open* right up and says what he thinks of the government in any of Ms rela tions or actions, it may be put down that he is in deadly earneet; for hia whole training has been to silence or the most discreet utterances. This fact adds force to the language re cently used by one of these gentlemen in Detroit, "I want tins country to know one. thing," he said, indignantly, "aud I'd like to sec an explanation demanded from the war authorities. F.verybody knows the famous old Seventh cavalry, the regiment of Custer and of Forsyth, of Little lUg Horn und Wounded Knee, There is a body of the toughest. ImM iest 1 roopers in existence. They have done more hard service in the field and had more members killed since ttoe civil war than has all the rest of tlie regular -army put together. Tba-t eounds like aa...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 25 August 1898

8 FINDING A POCKET-BOOK *• g^ Th** *» • — j» better to find .-* %x Ttie Best Place to Trade \ \ Grocer in town "jO^fcLl |l will give you closer dfc^Cvm X 11 prices, better weight, / wIW^L II or a su Per -*or stock to / -r_--~/l ■-— \ jl l choose from than *^» o^Stm E- M' HARRlS >^^3£j^' g) > FIRST STREET > Whal is doing on Daily of Interest to All Our People. MISCELLANEOUS SEWS NOTES items of Personal snd Local mention Put Isto Costlessed Form for "Tbe Herald's" Busy Readers. Ice cream at Wilson's. 20-tf. A. D. Slosn spent part of the week on tbs Bound. Nice Pilot bread 10 cents per pound at Kinsey's 32 Al. Whitson is back from the Hot Springs and on duty once more. Ed Lyons and family have finished their outing snd sre at home once more. Wm. Shearer and family ami George Bosdet have returned from the moun tains. Embroidery lessons given every day till Oct. Ist. Mrs. J. F. Gordon, Ward block. 32 Dr. Baker has finished his outing at Long Beach and ie now in Walla Walla on bi...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 25 August 1898

FUSION GOVERNMENT VS. REPUBLICAN RULE IN THE STATE OF WASHINGTON The Jwo Records CarefuSly Compiled and Edited From Official Sources and Compared for the Information of the People of the Commonwealth of Washington. By C. R. Tutlle, Editor of The Seattle Review, Author of Histories of Michigan, Indiana, Wisconsin, Kansas, Etc., Etc.—Examined Facts and Figures by the State Officers Whose Administrations Are Represented Herein. o<mXm>OOCO<>ooo V REPUBLICAN RINGS __ T AND Z T MORTGAGES T ▲ The Republicans were swift A X to mortgage the lands donat- _* *W ed by the Federal Oovern- -^ ▲ ment for tbo state Inslltu- A X tlona. When they le*t office _[ <W at the beginning of 1897, these <9 : Innda ware mortgaged as foi- A lows: _Z Agricultural Col- V £ lege lands $ 59,993 39 A X Western Hospital _? WS for Insane land i 64,998 91 W -A Penitentiary lands 42,492 CI A . Eastern Hospital _T W lands 55,000 00 9 A Heform school (■» X lands 15,000 00 X V Ellensborg Normal *9 A land...

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