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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 25 August 1898

% Fusion Cut of One-Half 1 >»s w (S\ Ths Fusion Legislature of 1897 confined Its appropriations to the \Ajf /|\ sum of $1,79.1.476.40, as against $3,057,209.75 appropriated by the pre- yMijf /j\ vtous Republican Legislature. Tlhls was cut down by about half a \|/ /j\ ir.iliion dollars by the wl?e vetoes of Gov. Rogers, and would have \|/ /IN Icon lastly le?s had It niU hcon for the heavy bunions of debt placed \|/ ifjjS upon the eta'.e by the Republicans. However, It was a cut of about one- \(/ /j\ halt. W '*_*» —r. —r. _9. _9. _t*. —f. __*, __*, sT __\ __\ _\\ j£- *£■ s£ __\ A_h __b _tb -g- EgE '' v^-^-Cl^ *-^^* ■*■*.- >k->k'^: -^-^^ -VW :^:'^'^: rants tn far a:il In many Of the larger counties to i pretnl IS*. These facts have teen summed up cor- ' recti] In the following terms "it enabled ntanv counties, notabl) King, Pierce, Spn- Kane Walla Walla. W-iitman. Kittitas end others tn get on a cash basis where tiiey are today, thereby sat ng en irmnus sums of money to the ta...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 25 August 1898

s LAND DEPARTMENT EXPENSES f £ COMPARED. $ Appropriation, biennial term ending October 31, 1592 1 76,323 2<5 _S ™ Appropriations, biennial term ending October 31, 1894 110,646 34 ™ Jfc Appropriations, biennial term ending October 31, 1896 75.053 84 e_\ Total for six years $262,053 44 Average for each Republican biennial term J $87,351.14. ? Appropriations made by the Fusion Legislature of 1597. for the office w 9 of Commissioner of Public Lands and Board of State Land Com- 9 missloners for biennial term ending October 31, 1899, only 5 $38,840.00 Z d_+._V_»%J%.+*J_*.%J*, t~_+V_*,_V*l»*kr<_*+*._^_l i Tciying 7 cents a pound fnr soup bones, 12% cents fur common round by the quan tity. It cents for mutton by the quarter, about double ihe prices then prevailing ln the open market. When the Republican chairman of the hoard was taken to task for this procedure he replied that he was not aware of such things until the Auditor had advised him of the fact, thus show ing how loose matter...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 25 August 1898

Steed Ihe Btat* Po*rd of Audit and Con trol, for Ihe government nn 1 manage ment of the same, the members of Which »erve mlthou'. pay. t'nder th« pn-ent administration the only ■ tpetise of overseeing the puW-le m st'tutlon* Is that of the traveling auditor. «ht. h In no case can •■x- ■ ■ 113000 i y ir. Hi** of this betag his si: ir*.. and f'"i for traveling expenses Formerlj Ihe per diem of thi moots or Iriisitei ex ceeded lio.nnii a y. •-. and Ihe Initltultoni suffered great mismanagement al hand" tn the barKiiln Tl ■■ traveling *'t'llt<ir ludltl all the «,-• roiints or thrse Institutions, visit* them menfhly ami keepa .1 rloo* eyi on msnagement. lie i*'*p.*:' ■" ! observnt .ms to the ward regularly. The gapertntendenti of thi * itlona arc al so reqnln •! to n port din ctly lo the *o thit the board haa 1 • he< k on tl Itor as well as on the lo •! msn igement by means of tha mi- 1 tor. <l Hated, the members of the board are public spirited gentlemen, who serve without pay....

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 25 August 1898

oral Interference, and Intended to coerce the employe* by Intervention of bayonet* and make them crlmin- ! al* on the charge of obstructing 1 th» United States mall*. It ought not to be tolerated. It ought not «o bo permitted, It Is Infinitely unju»t. and 1* a covert assault upon every street railway employe to prevent him from striking against the persecution of op pressive employers, and If there Is any thlng that will Illustrate the Injustice of It. 1t la the limitation that Is placed on it here of twenty mile*. if It 1* the Intention that It shsll be for the railway mall »ervlce, why Umlt It to twenty miles? For no other purpose than to avoid the competition of the steam railroads and make the law applicable only to commercial center*, manufactur ing and large metropolitan communltte*. IT It Is n good thing, m-hy not compete with the Pennsylvania Railroad from Washing ton lo Raltlmore, more than twenty mile*? From Jersey City to Phladelphll.-i electric line* run parallel with th...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 25 August 1898

day, the anniversary of the birth of Washington, freedom's foremost cham pion. I am not an ndmlrer cf tbe of fensive braggart, who. In season and out of a ci IK ui-fs of tills "gnat and gto r country," bin cv. ry patriotlo Amer- I. an -lv via hold iii otter contempt the t ing i*yni who devote* h.s time to ,* | that W* cannot have a whole some financial policy onle** w* get s me. I .i - ,*. tisrnt. I s.iy. .Mr. Cball wliii these advantages arith these powers, we can s.iy to Eur .; * the pi pie of the 1 ted States w 111 li ad .in I \"*i must fol low (l.oud ai. li D u.icratlc s.d. ) •— ■ Itl'l'l lil.lt \N I'I.UI'OKM OS WOO Sjici-i li of OtWgieaamaa Hartmnn of Miiiitiina. lii the \iiiiiinal llnune - "Money llio Muster, l.vci } lliinj; I.lsc ilic Servant." Mr. Chairman, a few days ago I com n*. p. Ed the n ng ol a platform for me Republican Part* In I (Applause and i .;. wa* .i iligl i it.'-. Hon en the part cf ilic Houi* to th* plot ion .i ii,.- 1-- ding ot that dm unu nt li :• ■ ■!. it...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 25 August 1898

FUSlOfi RECORD IN KIHB COUNTY! Its Triumphs on Behalf of An Overtaxed, Debt - Ridden, Republican - Ring Plundered Community. rUHON IV KIXO COUNTY. People's Party Government Decreases Connty Debt by Oeer $100,000 in Eighteen Months. T'nder an honest, capable, economical Fusion Administration in King County the debt left by the Republicans of Mt." 877.77 has been reduced to 84ii5.002.78, In the short spare of eighteen months, or by the aum of 8!OO.!i74.O0. which Is about 8170 a day of debt reduction frflm the com mencement of Fusion King County Gov ernment to June 30. l*>riß. It was the business of thn Republicans when In office to make debts; It has been the chief work of the FustoalStS to un make them. I'nder Republican extrava gance King County warrants had been financially degraded to SKI nnd 95 below par. Today they are at a premium, and 1h" county Is doing business on a cash b.-wis. This Is true, notwithstanding tha County hoard has reduced the rate of in terest from 71-a to ...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 25 August 1898

rrimon that It stands out to his advantage «rhen put In comparison with the prevtom record of Mr. Van de Vant. r. who Is claimed b» the Republicans as one of the best county officers tint party had In King County since Its organisation. CSASSUm ok kiv<; < or STY. George M. llolliiwnv. t uonty Clerk nnd Clerk nfltio Superior Court; John Watliue. CBlgf Deputy; W. O Butter, Deputy Probate Depart ment. Oeorge M. Holloway occupies a vrry dls'lnctive position In the government or King County, lie ■"■ " "'" from J"''-*9 « of the Buperior bench, who can no; be considered as active in politics, the ■ repn.iir.-i-ive of the Silver Republican I Tarty. He occupies nn Important rest one which brings bim 'n contact with many people of all clnssrs. nisi particu larly" with lawyers. The task Imposed by ji's cmee is not an easy i-ne. The work Is laborious, but more than that, the Clerk has to please fvery one n" far nn Le can. and 1n this r. Meet Mr. Holloway lias met with grent success. He ha...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 25 August 1898

J lc Paid — •■■■* [ Yakima, Wash. Wapiti@)Clarion BENEVOLENT AND PROTECTIVE OKUEK OF ELKS, No lIN. YAKIMA. WASHINGTON VOL. 1 OCT< IBKR, 1921 KO 1 ! I COMING EVENTS Jazz Dance, October 6th. Lodge meeting, October 13th. Trip to Walla Walla, October 18th. Dance, October 20th. Dinner Dance, October 26th. Lodge meeting, October 27th. Hallowe'en Dance, November 3rd. The first dance of the season will be held on October 6th, the Committee promises a real Jazz affair to start the season right, so come prepared to shake your feet and en joy yourselves. The Past Exalted Rulers of Yakima Ledge have very kindly consented to take charge of the entertainment features for the regular lodge meeting on October 13th. • Come out, Brothers, and see if the P. E. R.s have any kick left in them. I can person ally assure you that from remarks I have heard, you will ever be sorry if you miss this meeting. Reservations for the Dinner Dance, October 26th must be in the office of the Sec retary not later th...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 25 August 1898

T w.. Z\n (L&lnpiti Clarion WAPITI (wo|'e-tc), free Inilian term for Ihe American 101k. CLARION—CIear, slirlll Hill.' Published every month by Yakima Lodge No. 318, B. P. 0. E. W. H, WRITE, Editor. OFFICERS II X Nosier Exalted Ruler \V F llriilKefonl —Est Leading Knight R. J Venable2 1 .st. Loyal Knight C J DaVise I >t I.cc Kninlit A. J. Hush Secretary Porter S. Hotchkiss Treasurer I.en. S. Ross Esquire 1- 1. Babbitt Tiler VV. A. MotKan Chaplain T. R. Slusher inner Guard Trustees .1 T I'rquhart 1 Year I. <". Hays 2 Years A D. Sloan .1 Year- COMMITTEES: House i.e.i Hani- I. I',. Kelly II C Temple Harry Irish C A Armstrong General Entertainment Richard Ross W <". Card I. E. Bounds Ereil Means C. R. Hati-er Entertainment for October Glen 1.. Edwards Fred Beck Fred \V. Hinman Auditing. tirover Burrow 2 Frank ll.in/ E. P. Hoffman C. D. Stephens I R. McArdlt- Visiting. Harry Sommervillc E. V. I.unn I) A Waltz Membership—Steering. A R Killings-worth F I Beach Linn Rissell A H....

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 25 August 1898

October, 1921 ('.re! hut there'll he jazz in the sonjjs of .US if some of the hoys who are practicing wringing the muse's neck for rhymes and rhythm ever gel the whirls in their heads down on paper, The com mittee, Bros. Crawford. Bridgeford, Keifer and H. O. Walker, are good choices for eliminators, hut hy the time they get through they will be eliminated for good or else Major Rush will he sending hobby horses to Steilacoom to a dervish quartette. Some day Bert Lafrcniere is going to tell the story of the trip he ami H, made to Walla Walla in I9OS, when they went down there with the band- an earlier hand ami what they had to eat and How ilry I a-a-a a-am-ni-in-m-ni. Here's greetings, Ensign Thomas Mitchell, you are always welcome to ,118 Our officers and members stand ready to give you all assistance you re quire ol them ill any time. Don't be slow io let us know your problems The wonders of the deep have been written and sung, but no mic ever tried to tell how a bathing brother n...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 25 August 1898

FOUR VM THEY \ Ml I.i. appointed pastor oi a col annouiii i .1 thai his first si i * \m Thcj A Hell or Am I \\ ill Prove Thai They ked -i- tin* in .* -■ to provi In- ,i.-i 1111111 • iid The Lord made likt .. ball." \m. i i ■ nation Vnd Ihe Lord ■ ifl -" n ci mid go 11 iii ii 11 and aas the li -|" nisi i.' 'i 'I madi two axil - for tin an<l he put «.iit irtli poh and "in axli .ii , ■ ' "Ann ii," agreed the . lln Lord put a loi in iln centei "i -t. • I.i i p the axles well and mled." -urn n," s,,id the "And t mii a lot oi sinm i 'etinsyh .una and sti al iln •■i-i And the) 'ii.* lucky, I.• 'in -una. t Iklahoina I in Mexico and Russia and I. rd's greasi and oil Mid tin y'll dig -o main w ells that bavi -.11 oi tin Lord - oil and nd ihetu Iwo axles is going t" ■m I then, that will be hell, ■ ■ ..ill hi hell " IIAVI VOI HEARD IT? ■ * no lyricist yi -v w ant, I lenrj . • him iptick and give us s< ime R.P.0.1 \" -'*' of I.us Angeli - : Henry H Mm lai : ■'i weU ■ .nn, di dicated lo lh&...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 1 September 1898

The Yakima Herald. VOL. X, I ..for.. iHopGrowers'Suppliesl I • SULPHUR HOP SCOOPS I m HOP CLOTH THERMOMETERS f| I KILN CLOTH SEWING TWINE p> |g And all other necessaries for fitting up your Kilns. Better look things over and see * | H m --•-— what is needed— =*■ £.| 1 For Campers I ||j Our line of Gimp Cooking Utensils is complete. Ammunition of all kinds. Loaded || Shells, Fishing Tackle, etc See us when in need. I YOU WIUL FIND OUR GOODS 1 I * • AND OUR PRICES RIGHT I * MIMA MRDWI GOMM 4 Dir*itf BAKERY, -j* RESTAURANT and J ICE CREAM PARLORS. WHITE BELP OILY EMPLOYED Clean Tasty (Ming Guaranteed. Regular dinner served from 11 a. m. to 2 p. m. Short Orders at all Hours daring the Day and Evening;. .1 SHARE OF VOIR PATRONAGE SOLICITED Your Consignments Solicited BY The CampM Commission Co., ■JOT West St., SEATTLE, WASH. - 1 i. W. Yonnif, No. Ysklms. ssrssci.es*. j Jobn o^bf-dge, .. EVERYTHUfi HEAT AJD TASTY. THE RICHELIEU RESTAURANT Private Bom for Ladies ami Family Parties. MEAL...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 1 September 1898

o 1 Grrass & IVtetealf, 1 wil i -in i esaors to A . H Johnson a i ■• ) (Ait I Paints, Oil, C3-la,ss, I Wall Paper, Window Shades, Pictures and Frames, Artists' Materials, Etc. m Ws We are Practical Paiiilen and can tell you all about it. JRs 9 MSESFELH BIiLMN ..... VIKIIi .ifENI 1 If All 111 The Herald's State Pair Edition Is Well Received. WHAT THE BUSINESS MEN SAY The School Board Will Provide s Fire Es cape for Centrsl Building Yakima Bunlsr Cspturtd lo Pasco— Burled His Treasure Dr. Unnn, Secretary State Fair Com mission—Yes, I think such an issue as you suggest combining an illustrated and descriptive article on our city and county together with the special features of the State Fair and Indian Jubilee will do a great deal to make them a success. Mayor Feehter— Yes, I think such a publication as you suggest will be a good thing for this city provided it was prop erly circulated. I believe 5000 copies could be sent to the Omaha exposition and we would be materially benefitte...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 1 September 1898

IN I till ARENA Brief Bits of News Gathered Prom Various Sources. PERSONAL AND IMPERSONAL. "News" Is Something Tkat Is Not Ceaeratly Known, and Here Readers of "The Her aM" Wffl Flad Several Col unss of It. Photo acarf pins at Buahnell's. 32 Onr teas at the old prices. KinseyACo. F. T. Hopkins of Ta-oraa is spending the week in the city. Oans ranging from 9 1.25 up at Wal lace & Coburn'a. Mrs. Ira P. Englehart sud ftmily left for California Tuesday. -Everything at eastern prices at the Chicago Dry Good's Store. 32*4t Mrs. Clinten Kelso died at her home in Kiona yesterday and will be buried to tr orrow. Adjutant General VV. J. Canton will muster in a company of militia at Ma son's opera house next Tuesday evening. If you want a range or a cook stove that will give you satisfaction get a St. Clair. The Yakima Hardware Co., have a fine line. Dr. Baker has returned and can be foi.rnl in his office as heretofore. Mrs. Bsker and the children will be borne in a week or two. John W. Tho...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 1 September 1898

4 fHE YAKIMA HERALD. BAILEY & TUKBLEY. I'nMlshers. fsbllsted ererjr Tbnrsday; aabscrtptmn 11.00 rsrjear In advance. Advertising rate* upon application. •FFITIU HJMOI PMI f tMIJL (MITI TtTCRSDAY. SEPTEMBER 1, 1898. The republican split widens. M* it Mnndsy will be Labor dsy. Ann hi: r«nlt of the wer— new geog raphies. Soldiers are deing discharged now in p'e.'.'t of canni.n l'o|*e Lao is rapidly following Glad stone and I.,*•;!. in-k. It is said Dewsy is a jnker. Hi o*r* tainlv is h trump card. .Inpsn wants lohay the Lsdrooi islands from 'I c United SistSS. Keep your eye on Pasco. She is soon to bsve h new waterworks systsa. Schley knocked the blazes on; of Cer- Vent's chips win n he set them on lire. If ihson will tne bags nl wiud to raise tbe Colon. Yakima can fnrn!sh a few. Alger thinks Its rsuord for organizing an am.v heats that of Napoleon. No ttody else thinks so Steamship companies are being charged with salting mines iv the Copper river Country to increase travel. I: is ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 1 September 1898

ffllliM ■' •' ■ -„-■•■, i „ , i t ',<.■• —| .. , Story of Petty Tyranny That Set Co I. Against Their Captain. ■'-■—'■ r 4 KE» ,CKOSS SOCIETY SXt'^BED ***** • • >._,. in i iM#a i»i i A Few Noa Connlssloaed Officers Ssik lite frlst *i 9 F«rt» s 9009090 sf ' ' fiefs Wfekh Otherwise HaS '"'' : "Ut B*es>flstfcl. ■ '.' . .* I *.' I ■-, Uj|«u Captain Scudder's head be It. T^e -Writer has refrained long and pa* tien^v fyorp publishing the following' •rtoriof petty tyranny and^ does so now onlyfrom force of ci'rc'nrnstsrices. We do not regret having criticised Captain -Vndder's lietiavior toward bis men aa we did,* veral-w»K_ks ago in general terms for at* has actojivfdistatecl it* purpose an*l nstia him realfcia thsl the ti.in nuiier him are entitled to faif* I rest n,cut al Ins bands. Printers' ink is often hard mcdi ant^*ftl%'%Nt*t. does a lot of good 9omi* ( tini4s.",Thls is the last time The HKHAi.i'i'^ifl'fake tip the matter, unless worrTV;orttft'"frotfi the Ctrfntfiiiy'-E boy...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 1 September 1898

SL Rill IBS What is Going on Daily of Interest to All Our I'eople. -MSCCLUXeOUS NKKS XOTRS Items of Personal snd Local Mentloa Pat Into Condensed Form for "The Herald's" Busy Readers. Hopgroweri' supplies st Wsllsce 4 Co burn's Mrs. D. W. Simmons and Miss Vera are in Tacnma. J. (J. Lawrence is renewing old ac quaintances shout town. W. B. Dudley and Fred Janeck are camping up tbe Natchez. Miss OsDistOfl and tier sisters Lizzie Slut Jean have returned from Victoria. The peace officers rounded up shout 75 holios I'neiiinv and ran them out of towD. Sheriff W. I*. Gray ol Franklin county will h*> inn.li> a member of the Klks lodge tor.iiiht. (.amp stovpH and sll other csmpere' •tipplies and full equipment at Wallace A Ooboro's, Mrs. Joseph Stephenson snd dsughter Florence left for l'ortlaml Wednesday eight to be gone a -veek or so. Wednesdsy's train brought a large uutn.-er of hop pickers, and another Urge delcgstlon arrived this morning. Marriage licenses were issued durinic the ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 1 September 1898

LIGHTHOUSES IN WAR Csn Be Used to Lure an Enemy's Ships to Destruction. Special Ilntlea of the Keeper In Tim* •f Troohlc— Urn,, the l.l«b«. Mlßhl Be Manipulate* to AlunHir Tbe lighthouse keeper has his specia: duties in times of war, and it is in hi.* power to render valuable service to hi> country's csuse. The extinguishing o the lights in the bay was the beginning of a policy which was outlined early in March by the lighthouse board. At that time general instruction* were issued to the keepers of the light houses ordering them to familiarize themselves and their assistants with al. the requirements incident to the exi gencies of war. The extinguishing ol the shore lights will be a last resort, a the extensive commerce of foreign mer chant vessels would be seriously inter fered with by it. The order to put out these lights will only come in case oi actual danger of invasion by foreign men-of war. . Iv considering the various means by which the lighthouse keeper can rendei servic...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 1 September 1898

8 ftfflt[H-KUNjjtt f. Good Thi_ig but .| km . /.* 7.- ■ J* better to find -j* \ No Grocer in town y^/3^l fft f will giver you closer f.!_ 9f«__Wm 11 prices, better weight, / W/_r\- W or, a superior stock to _ — VT Mi - L 1 1 1 choose from than •__* omßsm- 'E-' M- .hams,: ; — ~r—. ww"- ;>. — School Report. - Below is a fiat of all pnpila who wera counted ivi the record o* promotions and continuations in the city schools last year, and the grades aa'arranged l for. tin coning year. The stun total here represented Is 678, or an average of S(, for each of the twelve depart ments of our schools, Pupils known to have moved away, about 125 in all, are not included here. Will those moving in increase this number? If so, th.* problem of the school tioard to solve in providing for them is no easy one. • ' The names 'of'pupils as given liere are not in order of rank in classes. Any mistalees or omiasiorM will gladly be corrccte'd. I Central School. (.NAIHMW.S. Win T. Pnisser Dick Ha user Ma...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 8 September 1898

The Yakima Herald. VOL. X, E2i^[B_jKsa[Z_-s^l|E?J^r2_2?~)te*s<S^ ' l-Hop Growers' Supplies I I SULPHUR HOP SCOOPS I i HOP CLOTH THERMOMETERS ;J 1 KILN CLOTH SEWING* TWINE j m And all other necessaries for fitting up your Kilns. Better look things over and see r _f || — - what is needed- — — ■=- || I For Campers I m• , I M Our line of Camp Cooking Utensils is complete. Ammunition of all kinds. Loaded H up "m- M Shells, Fishing Tackle, etc. See us when in need. I YOU WILL, FIND OUR GOODS I I AND OUR PRICES RIGHT I V YAKIMA HARDWARE COMPANY * Ditttr *Mf.tolj BAKERY, m* RESTAURANT and ** ICE CREAM PARLORS. WHITE HELP Nil I Ml'LOilli Clean Tasty Cooling Guaranteed Regular dinner served from 11 a. m. to 2 p. m. Short Orders at all Hours during tic Day and Evening. • A SHARK W VOIR PATMUIfiE SOLICITED Your Consignments Solicited BY The Campbell Commission Co., 907 West 8t„ bEATTLK, WABH. itEFitiviu (I- w- Youn «T* No* Yakima. """KU i John Sawbrldre. •' I VI RVTIIIMi M-AT AM) TASTY. THE ...

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