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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 20 October 1898

HIE YAKIMA HERALD. BAII.EY. TUKBI.KY A McCOMH, Pabllshera. Public ed even- Thursday; a.bacrlption 11.00 1-. r war in advance. Advertising rates upon application. mmi Fusioi papei mm coim THURSDAY, OCTOBER to, 1898, County warrants HO to _!."> per cent dis count and a drug on the market two years ago under republican rule. Now county warrants are worth 100 cents on the dol lar and hard to get at that. Ia fusion rule a success? The Ellensburg Capital, which ia usu ally a well edited paper, gives credit to the republican party in a recent ieeue for "foil bins, big bay stacks and prolific gardens." Must be bard pressed for campaign matter. It ia not a question ol whether you per sonally like or dielike the peoples party candidates for the legislature, it is a question of whether or not yon desire to send a silver man or a gold bug to the Putted States senate. The opposition press will this week make an attempt at explaining the fig ures in the comparative statement as published 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. — 20 October 1898

o____k.MV--OZI.XU_L. l^ntk. yflht Kind Yw Hw Uty* Bought PROFESSIONAL CARDS. ]\|IBS D. I. WASHBURN, STENOGRAPHER and TYPEWRITER. Room 4, Smaller Cadwell block, over Thi Bbkald office, North Yakima, Waiib. t'Hßiiu, B. (ißAvrn. Kllciinlnirß. Ika P. Kni.i.icihht, North Yakima Q.RAVEB A ENGLEHART, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Rooms 7 and 8, Second Hoor, Flrat National Bank balldlng. gNIVELY 4 MILLER, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. om-Qot9 over Yakima National Bank, North Yakima. Will practice In all the conrtaot thi Bute and r. S. land offices. TONES A GUTHRIE, ATTORNEYS AT-LAW. Over Flrat National Bank. North Yakima, »'ul WHITSON A PARKER) ™* D D P W™™* ATTORNEYS AT LAW. tm-Otttr-a in Flrat National Bank Building TCOGLE & RIGO, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Office* over Yakima National Bank, North Yakima, Washington. J^ E.BANKS, DENTIST. Office over Poetoffice, Yakima avenue, North Yakima. J)R. DAVID ROSSER, Physician and Surgeon. Office over Janeck Bros. Drug Store. Rest dence cor. ffth ant] Chestnut Office hours: i...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 20 October 1898

gaged in the navigation of the waters of this state or d Ihe United Slates or of the high seas." It is olten difficult to determine who are residents, as the term is not specific ally defined by our ststute. Kallinger's Cole of the state, section 13(11, aays, after the preliminary oath to the voter challenged : "The inspector or one of the judges shall then proceed to question the p. rson challenged in rela tion to his name, his then place of resi dence, how long he has resided in the precinrt ami county, where hia last pla.e of residence wns, alao his citizenship, etc." Sec. 1456 on registration of voters re quires tho person desiring to register to swear that he Vas been an actual perma nent resident of Ihe state of Washington for eleven months and ten days last past, of the county for seventy days last past, and of the pre inct ten days last past," etc. .Registra'iun closes ten days prior to election.) Courts in construing election laws have often applied the following rules in d...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 20 October 1898

OUR, GREAT LEADERS Majestic \ COL^ ■£ t1111111.... m—^M \W» R^^iTuse > This is without question the best soil coal -uvr^^H X Wtf Yakima } stove made. Will Keep Are 36 hours and Dl HIT Qd ll County than { save one third the fuel. It burns gas E 77~y^**$kW * t JOHN SAWBRIDGE, sole agent -S^pS fill SIMS What is Going on Daily of Interest to All Our People. MISCELLANEOUS NEKS NOTES Items of Personal and Local Mention Put lato Condensed Form for "The Herald's" Busy Readers. 4 your school shoes go 2 Shott's shoe atore. T. 8. Phillips, of Mabton, waa a Yak ima visitor on Monday laat. Caat heaters cheap at the Yakima Hardware company. Ewlng A Mikkelaon have secured the contract for furnishing the county coal tbia winter at |3.65 per ton. Wanted—Will exchange blacksmithing for alfalfa, first cutting preferred. Ad dreaa Q, Herald office. 40-tf County Superintendent of Schools Plumb returned Friday evening from a professional tour of tbe lower county schools. Oem Hot Blast Coal Heaters are ...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 20 October 1898

THE YOUNG WIFE'S DEVICE* * * f>x I"T again to-night?" said ( ) Mrs, Hayes, fretfully, as her hatband rose from the tea table niiii donned his overcoat. "Tea; I have nn engagement with Moore; shall lie In early: leave a light In the library; good night." And with a careless BOd Wllllaiu Hayes left the room. "Always the way," murmured Lizzie Hayes, sinking back Upon the s-ifn; "ont every night. I don't belters M cares one bit a'tout me now. tad yet wv have !>i*eti married but two years. No man could have a more orderly bouse. I am sure. Ai.d I never go out anywhere; I am ;i"t a Ml extravagant. Oh, dear! why Is ItV 1 was not rich: b«* did not marry me for money, and he must have loved BM then; why do.s be now treat me with such negl«*ct?" And .villi her mind Oiled with such fret ful questions, Lizzie Haves fell asleep on the sofa. I-ct me print her picture as she lay there, she waa a blonde, with ■ small, graceful figure and a very pretty face. The hair, which showed by Its rich ...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 20 October 1898

HEAD OF A LAW COLLEGE. Unique Position Held by Mra. Ellen Spencer Mm.«r, of Washington. Dean of a law college Is certainly a unique position for a woman to occupy. Mrs. Klle.n Sjimcer Mussey fills this position In the Washington College of Law. Mrs. Mussey Is an Ohioan by birth and Is the daughter of the author of the Spetioerlnn system of writing. MRS. Btt_.ni SPKXCEH MCSSBV. As a young woman she married (fen. It. I>. Mussey, an able Washington law yer, and with htm she studied lnw. Some years after their marriage <!en. Mussey had a severe Illness, and Mrs. Mussey went Into his office to conduct the butslriess. Intending to retire on his restoration to health, but the general insisted on retaining her as his part ner, and ihe relation existed for six teen years, terminating only at his death In IKI-2. Mrs. Mussey ha» ever since conducted the business, retain ing the large clientele of tier husband, ns well as becoming the attorney for many Women and women's associa tions. She...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 20 October 1898

NORTH YAKIMA AXD VICINITY. Mr. and Mr*. J. F. Gordon left Friday evening for Yelm, Washington, where they will make their future borne. Miss Sullivan, of Massachusetts, who is in the west visiting relatives, is in the city for a time, the guest of Mrs. H. M. Scribner. S. 11. X .1.1., who baa been visiting his daughter, Mrs. tfnrge Hough, for sev eral months, left Tuesday evening for Palo Alto, California, where he will spend the winter. Mrs. Harry Coonse returned to Seattle last week, after a few weeks' visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Sinclair. Miss Sahra Wheeler accompanied her home and will visit there for a time. Frank Martin, the gonial proprietor of the Hotel Mabton, was in town Satur day. Mr. Martin has concluded to re tire from the hotel business November Ist, and has leased his property to Al bert Dudley, of Parker. Contractor Stuart bas the bridge across the Yakima river at Mabton about completed. The hoard of commis sioners let the grading of the approaches to Wi...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 27 October 1898

The Yakima Herald. VOL, X, £_^m^^~z&^£_\\m X T 1-P 1--P 1 [off-T^^tScl iff-V r-_A -i***************** at^-^-^mT**'] WB_\ HEATER *^n^^^^^9mf HAVE PROVEN V by four years of actual experience that Tl WILSON IPROVI MR-TIGHT Is the most DURABLE, ECONOMICAL and SATISFACTORY wood stove on the market. Don't take a substitute. The genuine WILSON will save you money. jk jk jk jk jk KOR COAL We have the latest, THE $ GEM * HOT * BLAST The most attractive and durable coal stove made. Will hold fire for 36 hours. Easily regulated. It is a fuel saver all others. See it before you buy. * MIA HARDWARE COMPACT * Eilter&Mecltlel BAKERY, jk RESTAURANT and jk ICE CREAM PARLORS. WHITE HELP O\I,V EMPLOYED Clean Tasty Cooiinn Guaranteed. Regular dinner served from 11 a. m. to 2 p. m. Start OrJers at all Hours brim tie Day ani Evening. A SHARE OF VOIR PATROSAfiESOIICTO EVERYTHING NEAT AND TASTY. THE RICHELIEU RESTAURANT Private Bom for Ladies and Familj Parties. MEALS. 25 AND 50 CENTS. All the deli...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 27 October 1898

THE YAKIMA HERALD. HAILCV * TIKSI.KY. Pr_.btUtl-.r-*.. NOKTH YAKIMA WASH. EPITOME OF THE DISPATCHES liit.rf>(i,iK Collection of Item* From Many l'lnrrs Called Prom the Trees l;.*|.i.ris i.r tlie Current Week. The lockout in the window glass trade at Pittsburg is ended. Yellow fever has been completely Stamped out at (iuautanamo. Charles Kugadt was hanged at Hous ton, Tex., fur the murder of his sister. Fully 10,000 people participated in a reception todenorul Shatter at Limn. O. The independent battalion of Wash ington volunteers has been mustered out. Ex-flovernor Charles Sheldon, of South Dakota, died ut Dead wool of rlioumiitism. Superintendent Lnkcns, of tho Chi ongo-Vir.leii C.al Company has been released from custody on bonds. The wireworkeis' strike at Cleve land, <)., has failed, and a general re eumption of work will soon follow. The Colorado supreme court has clo dded the silver Kepiihlican factional quarrel in favor of the anti-Tellurites, Who iwe given tlie right t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 27 October 1898

STEAMER ABBIE ROWE LOST Wrecked in Norton Sound While on Short Voyage. ELEVEN PERSONS ON BOARD Searrh fnr the Mlaalng Baa Been I n aucreaafnl—Man Picked Vn at Sea la an Open UoaU Port Townsend.Oct. 24.— T. Adney, a correspondent of Harper's Weekly, who arriveil here Wednesday from St. Mi chaels on tbe steamer Roanoke, brings nows of the probable loss of the small steamer Abbie Rowe in Norton sound. The steamer had on board 11 persons. composing the Abbie Rowe party, of Boston. The party ieft St. Michaels September 11 for Chignick mission, lo cated on Golofrim bay, about HS, miles north of St. Michaels. Barring acci dent, tbey should have reaohed theii destination in three or four .lays. Dr. Brigham and wife, Mrs. Rowe, Miss Blame and another woman, mem bers of the party, considered the Abbie Rowe incapable of weathering a severe storm, and took passage on a schooner which left a few days before tho steam er for Chignick mission, where tbey were to meet the remainder of tbe party. Af...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 27 October 1898

HIE YAKIMA HERALD. HAH KY. 10000*1 * MoCOMB. PablUbera. Publls) el every Tlmr»day: nnhserlptlon 11.00 jx r year in advance. Advertising ratea upon application. imnu hmh, paper mux won THURSDAY. OCTOBER tl, 1898. A man who believes in bimitalism and then goeß to the polls on election day and scratches in favor of an adherent of tl.e gold standard does violence tn honor and duty. "Clown Cushiintn,'' as Nelson Bennett calls bim, lost his opportunity in life lfie when he failed to connect with a minstrel show. 11*=" A.nild have mada a capital end man. !>.:■ .'_ . on I- ..II i ISUC II >Vi bl fon the voters. The people's parly favors the proposed measure, being confident that the people are i iinpetent to rule. The republican party is ajainsl popular government. If the central coummiee desires to af ford a real treat for all lovers of the prin ciple of bimetslism, let that body at once engage a hall and mvi c Judge Allen to give the people the benefit of bis profound study of this, ...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 27 October 1898

THE OLD SONGS. tCI YKKN'.y. Written for The Herald. «on may talk about the now song* That j mi hearot now a lays, At the hlxh-toni'il elastic concerts, Tbe operas ami the plays; We hear them whistled nn the street By the rich. pour. sad and ray; But the irooit old sonirs nf long arro Will never dim nor pass away. There was "dentil. Annie," "Annie Laurie," "My Ol'l Heine Iv Teiiues.ce," "Away lii.wn Smith In Dixie hand." "Mollle Darllnir." "Bessie U*e," "Palsy liean" and "Darling Mabel," "Not for Joe," Old I'ncle Ned," "My Old KcHtucky Home." "Maggie May," Anil "Put Me In My l.lule Hed." The singer on the minstrel stage Must sing tbe jm.polar songs, Like "Hot Stuff ami "It Ain't No 1.1 c," To please the mlKhry throng; But goodness, how I'd like to hear Those dear, sweet songs of old — "In the Evening by the Moonlight;" "Silver Threads Among the Hold." Folks now want the "Kag Time" music;; They don't want Kmmet's "Silver Moon," And will sure make fun of ..'raii'lmn If she hums old fas...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 27 October 1898

Why not Have the Best? You are probably considering tbe purchase of a musical instrument for your home, why not have the best to be had while you are about it, especially when it will cost you no more than the poorer-classed instruments. We have the very best money can buy. You can test them at your home or we will test them for you. In Pianos the following makes stand flg — ~~~~WWJS II HI A 111 \ higher than all others in tone, 3 Ir.^z^ll If „ ~. —il frF^^ Il fl finish and case: jj|g| | j^f^lJO |||Sj| I M| UIIUIiHU Hardmail 1 °^Sg&j£_Jg£g2^ Jjgpgjj g| I the reputations these makes bear Fisclier )~- __ JS^S!^ 5^ jl I arc worthy of theic name' LTad-w-le Mason & Franklin. fevp-=^^^^ss^-3# Hamlin, Harrington « ■|hr*- i«r*fi^==^ 3 -np<=+«^ Kingsbury H '" ' 4fi ; Estey, _ECrell Hi 1 I Ann Arbor, Royal ig|_' =============_ = -J I CHioago F^ase W* Vocalion. We arc intent on putting an instrument into every home in this county where there ought to he one and we will make you term...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 27 October 1898

■ i nip ■ ■ Palmistry Reading for The fterald ■V MISS IMOCENE NONTMOIENGY McSWATT. I. P. ~~ I—lf st first yon don't suc ceed, try, try again, is tbe motto yon should learn. While yon may not win tbis time, some other day yon sre liable to come in on the home stretch snd reach under tbe wire first. L. E. 8 y—Yon sre s born com mander. Under your awsy sll men (re publicans) in Yakima must bow. The life lines in vonr palm indicate that yon will hold a federal office in reward for your fine work as a boss. Your motto is "Crush if you can, and conciliate if you must." L R. F n—ln your palm there are indications of a combative, oeesnnistic nat ire, allowed to go uncurbed too much. You may marry, but it will be abroad, and after many jiltings. Charlie D n —Your hand tells of a jolly good (allow, with artistic ta«tes and a contempt of wealth, though used to handling it. A life partner will share your joys an.l sorrows soon after your election to an office of great trußt. Col. Alden J. B——n—...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 27 October 1898

C7_A.STOH.I_A.. Bnari th, j* Th' You Ha" A,*BR BoU^t — PROFESSIONAL CARDS. \flßß D. I. WASHBURN. STENOGRAPHER and TYPEWRITER. Room 4. smaller (ailwell block, over Tin HSBAUtefees, N.nll Vakima, Wash. I AKKI.I-I. B. QBAVBt, Kllt-nsl.nr*, Iha 1' Kk.ii.khart. North Yaklm. / 3lt A YES * ENG LE H A RT, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Koom« 7 ami •>. Se.on.l floor, First National Hank l.ull.liiiß. CNIYELY A MILLER, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. ffF-vuficc ever Yakima National Hank. N.irtli aklma. will practice la silt hs courts of ths Htstssnd I. I. land offices. TONES ,<• GUTHRIE, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Over Pint National Bank. North Yakima, wash WHITSON A PARKER' ■"«■' whitson > > 1 F'IKI. l-ARKKI ATTORNEYS AT LAW. f^-i.h.e in Firs* National Bank BiilMinu IXK3LE A RKiti, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Office! .e.er Ytikima National Hank, North Vsklrna, w tuhlUKton. I IV BANKS, •I • DENTIST. ofl.ro over Postofßcs, Yakima avenue. Nortl Yakima. 1)R. DAVID BOBBER, Physician and SURGEON. Office over Janeck nr.«. Drug Store...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 27 October 1898

OUR GREAT LEADERS Majestic \ Wfieeier & Wilson Sewing piaciies u1uU1.... •fsSaOEl Rangefta'S ( Rotary Shuttles |(*li?l^^Q| Il 311 II P \ il*^~__________ all other makes > a___^ UU,,&UI) S-^» «*»**+ } JOHN SAWIJRIIKiII, SOLE AGENT r __***'^ _^' -^Sct******^ x*— * JUDGE TURNER OKATES. •■nsner Ist a creature ot lair. Il reaulatea all normal values. If you double the volume ot metallic money, you dosible normal rallies •t all product* ol labor. It you cut the volume ot metallic money In Iws, yon reduce by one-hall the tsi- Such waa the opening statement of Senator Turner's masterly argument on the money question at the Court house, Friday night. Thia proposition, the senator contended, waa conceded by all the great writers on political economy from Adam Smith down to the present day, including Ricardo, Mill, Jevons and all the real of tbe writers on money. Tbe Senator gave a brief biatory of money, there were epochs and perloda of worldwide disaster caused by the con traction...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 27 October 1898

OUR STORY TELLER I A COUNTRY CRACKER. : ACCORDING to his schoolmates, Bobber Ramp wns v country cracker. Anil who knows better a child's social and financial standing tiinn Itl schoolfellows. Ills face m Dot round nnd rosy liki* other Jolly. sweet-tempered boys, for Kiililht wns n slender child with faii* pale and huiky, straight luilr, ■treaked in eolof with tba stiaiVw of bnif palled moimocia candy. 11<* wns ■Object to chills nnd fevers which kept til in away from acboo) about half tin* time and gave liiw teaobef an excuse for scolding film whenever there was no one else in particular for her to Mold. Ills father wns n Motion master on the Georgia railroad and they lived in the "ten mile sluuitles," which were lmllt on the side of the railroad and on the p.l)_v i.f a ilco|i cut, through which tho wind blew a perfect gale tba whole yenr round. Rut if by living on the cut Bobber acquired the chill and fever habit, he also gained the knowledge which en ehled him to save the llv.'S...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 27 October 1898

The Most Common of All. The most common of all ailments from sports of all kin.ls are sprains and bruises. Tbe moat common and surest oure of them is by tbe use of St. Jacobs Oil, which is prompt in its action. A little surprise awaited two women who recently met in tbe office of a Chi cago lawyer. Tbey hail never seen each Other before, but ero they left tlio office tbe discovery waa made that euch had called to begin proceedings to obtain a divorce from tlie same man. Good Blood Makes Health And II ..id's Snrsnparilla makes good blood. Tbat is why it cures so many diseases and makes so many people feel better than erer before. If you don't feel wall, are half sick, tired, woru oat, you ■nay be made well by taking Hood's Sarsaparllla America's lireatest Medicine. Hood's PIUS cure all Liver III*". 24 cents. It is said that a striking outline of tlie features of Ueorge Washington lias appeared in a knotty protuberance of a tree in Portland, Me. It ia not a cher ry tree. Ixt.ak Emti-r...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 27 October 1898

•1300111 worth ol Merclaise at IS Cents on Ie Dollar! * We have bought the entire stock of the City Racket Store and place it on sale I Ladies colored Hot* 05 Men's Woolen Undershirte 26 at fifteen rents on the dollar! fWIO worth of Tin. Enameled and Chinaware all go at abont 'i regular price. 500 pairs Shoes costing *1.50, *2 and |3 go at 1 00 j Twolve Barß Laundry Soap * 100 Ladies Corsets •• Mocha and Java Coffee 18 Baking Bowder per pound 06 300 articles costing 15 to 50c, of all dcs riptions we have placed on our 5 and 10c counters. *' wi" P*Jr >'°" tn ra" •*r, *y m a* 00* ■* tneße Price*- wi" move (l*>lcklT* "The Golden Rule." H. H. SCHOTT&CO. NOKTH YAKIMA AND VICINITY Stoves to burn at Wallace i\: Cobnrn's. A fire escape is being added to the high school building, Born, on Friday, October 21, to Mr. and Mrs. C. Wojds, a daughter. It's worth your time to call and see the bargains in ladies tine shoes at Schott's Shoe Store. The Methodist church is being gener ally im...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 3 November 1898

The Yakima Herald. VOL. X, I ifc^^^^Mi'iHi 1" i h-i x i.r \^ i \ foPr,^__r^4'^i $ H ' icCw»_Jk ■■■ r_mm r~-l ____________l____________________l^___ V V •__• _.a*^S_____^^^^_a^F / / «H HEATER i wl _r I I WE HAVE PROVEN r^^W *°ur years °f actual experience that I Ti WILSON IMPROVED AIR-TIGHT I Is the most DURABLE, ECONOMICAL and SATISFACTORY wood stove on the market. Don't take a substitute. The genuine WILSON will save you money. .< ** ■* „•* „< | FOR COAL I 1 We have the latest. I THE A GEM * HOT $ BLAST ) The most attractive and durable coal stove made. Will hold fire for 36 hours. I I Easily regulated. It is a fuel saver all others. See it before you buy. I I* MIA HARDWARE COMPANY * Ditter & Mechtel BAKERY, *** RESTAURANT and *** ICE CREAM PARLORS. WHITE HELP ONLY EMPLOYED Clean Tasty (Ming Guaranteed. Regular dinner served from II a. m. to 2 p. m. Short Orders at all Hours during tlie Day and Evening. A SHARE OF YOUR PATROJIGE SOLICITED EVERYTHUa. lEAT AID TASTY. THE RI...

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