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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 24 November 1898

CASTOXIXA. Boarithe Kill-Voil H_W AlW|Sß_tlgM BigT,r &^9M£u ! rnoFEssioN.i i. CAADA. -v^liss I>. I WABHBUBH. STKNOiiHAIIIKR and TYI'KWUITKR. 11, mm I. i-mallcr Caalwcll block, over Till RiaAM)Offlce. Nortli Yakima. Waali C.RK.'I.I. H IIR.VKa. Hl.Mialnire, Ika I" UMMItli North .aklmi r^BAVES .v BNULEHaBT, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Roomr- 7 ami X, hii-onal r).>aar. Kirat Sationa' Hank bslldlni CNIVKI.V A Mll.l.KH. O ATTORNEYS AT LAW. rf_^-iimcc over Vaklma National Bank. North laarima. Will practice In all t lie courtaol the atate aad D. ar. laml offlcea. roMES *v liiriiKiK, *i * ATTORNEYS AT LAW. (ivcr Firr-t National Bank. North Yakima, Wail a^^ _U_l * | - RKI , PARKKR ATTORNEYS AT LAW. IfOßm in Flrat Natinna; Bank Bnildiiiß. JKMiLK A RIGG, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Office* trret Yakima Natl.ma! Bank, North Yaklimi, Waahlngton, T K. BANKS, DENTIST. dftlce over .'ostoßice. Vakima avenue, Nortl. Vaklma. i)r. David rosser. Physician and Surgeon, OSes over Janeck Bro* brat store. Real ilcnie ...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 24 November 1898

Oar Boy. la Honolulu The Hawaiian Star saye: "The Va lencia came in dreeaed in Hags and hunt ing, the eoldiera aboard of her all in white uniforms and her decks acrnhhrd aod holy-stoned until they shone. Not a man of her nearly Gllil was sick on the wav down other than seasicknees. It was the healthiest, jolllest, hest satisfied lot of soldiers who have rome into thie port. The cook was rrowned king of gastronomy a day or two ago hy a unani mous vote of the eoidiers, and Captain Lane and Purser Macondrny and the other officers were voted the princea of the eea. The City Schools. REPORT KOR MONTH KNOINII NOV. 21, 189 S. ] fell « -. I | S\ ; -3 _\9 Im TEACHERS. a 81 : . a ii 31 _t_\ i> I • ■ ,l^_ x ___J_ Central liullillna— Mlanea Stppheumin 1 7S (17 71 197 6 Mm. N than. _ 61 511 57 I9H I MiuStelnliach rl IU f.I 54 91 11 MIU YnllilK 1 ll In 41 H 1 Mlraa Kllll?al)ury .'i .i 954 55 97 .. Minn Balnea a] M w v „ 7 MlKsKerrell 8 60 49 !i_ >9K X Hlkli school— F. H. PlUmb nin „ -, aa u...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 24 November 1898

Why not Have the Best? You are probably considering the 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 'fcr =i£Ss^^^^=^==^^^=:^^Lf^^ (ID P A I\TC -____ higher than all others in tone, ll^___|_l li =_. rF 7====^lil' Wl ty 11 HIT tt I« A finish and case: MSA jßgglgg+l fI?T -.11 OllolaUllJ KiXiailDe | M lt'0fB&l§ 'H _ M In Organs we can prove to you that _E_Ea_CC3--_niEl.ri , fr^^^'^____ ' I gia^jß ] the reputations these makes bear FlSClier j!~~—_ ST^~-^.B- — /al fl are worthy of their name. -rria r »Q -»-_ "Lr-1 H t~_ r" t?3B;!:ffiß^KßSßni:irT^-*r^l[|f j : fl ■ J\lLc?ISOI1 OB ■** IcAUixiiii. s^--':'::~^_— -^r- ::m*^> ; ------ -, . HZstrrirLgton '^^^^^^_^~r^# ;i HanalirL, KZi-CLgs-biary J ' f m | Estey, Kir ell |...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 24 November 1898

OXJR GREAT LEADERS Majestic j Wfieeier & Wilson Sewing Placnes 111 ll 111 iB^W more Majestic < RotPl rv Qhll tf IPC BIRi M',LESTJD.i^^Cfc M_illlll\ all other makes ) —-" *^***^^ HQIIgUU. filTiTlM combined.- > vs^sflP^ •* <> JOHN SAWBRIDGE, sole agent THK LOCAL ROUND-UP. H. J. Snively returned from Ellenaburg on Monday. Rev. ■atari Warner left for Ellensburg Wedueeday night. County Surveyor Marble and hie bride were vieitora iv North Yakima Saturday. The B. P. 0. E. will hold memorial services at Elks' hall the first Snnday in December. Letters have been received from many of the soldier boys at Honolulu by their frienda and relatives here. Ira M. Krutz lost a valuable money or der on Monday, and learned of its where abouts through a little school girl. Mrs. Boatwick returned home to Sea a.tie on Monday night after an extended viait with Mr. and Mra. James Greene. Mrs. Rankin's mother, Mrs. ex-Gov. Oilman, of St. Cloud, Minn., accompa nied by little Arthur Rankin, arr...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 24 November 1898

OUR STORY TELLER +$-1 AN ANGEL IN PETTICOATS. §4* * - 9* ****** ****************** 9 »<*»**(«**«*»***(**»«***»* SIIK had whispered. "Yes. Jink. I love you!" In res;umse to his gmtmtAtm* Ua kisses wero still Warn. OB her lips, their beartl were teatlag In unison, though not so tu limltii'iusly ns before, and now that the llrst rupture and thrill were over, they were asking queettona and making tbeit little i-onfessioiis, after tbe irian ner of lovers OO the threshold iif an en gagement. "How many limes have I I«H'n In Ime before) Now, Jack) do you think that is a fair queetlont" aba aaked, meeting his look with a roguish glance. "Why. eertainlj It Is, Horn.'' he re plied earnestly. "You say you love SW, so it really doesn't make any dif ference about the others; they're done for now; but 1 think I ought to know. Biiii, ii then .-ne so many of them—" "I'lense Stop, Jack. 1 won't have you ■aytng such dreadful things, and. with that liMik on your face!" she Interrupt ed, play fully p...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 24 November 1898

Bava It Handy. He oiled out in agony, and they ran the neighbors for help. Sciatica . waa torturing lilm. Better run for Bt Jacobs Oil, or have it handy. It is known to cure the worst cases, aud cure effectually. The Tower of Thought. The power in man to think is the es sence of hia soul. Thought can de* stroy, thought can save. Prentis Mil ford said: "Thoughts are things" Can you see this thought called things? By intuition man perceives that thought are things; by intellect he realises the thing, the effects. The power of thoughts has fathomed the depth of the heavens and brought us the com forts and luxuries of our present civil ization. Catarrh In the Head Is an inflammation of the mucous mem brane lining the nasal passages. It is caused by a cold or succession of colds, Combined with impure blood. Tho wny to cure it is by purifying and enriching the blood with Hood's Sarsaparilla. Tbis . - medicine cures catarrh when all other preparation fail. Remember Hood's Sarsaparilla Is A...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 24 November 1898

* $5000.00 iirl ol WlmMu at IS Cents oo le Dollar! * We have bought the entire stock of the City Backet Store and place it on sale Ladies colored Hoes 06 Men's Woolen Undershirts 26 at fifteen cents on the dollar! $500 worth of Tin. Enameled and Chinaware all go at about X regular price. 600 pairs Shoes costing 11.50, $2 and »3 go at 100 Twe | v§ B ar_ Laundry Soap J 100 Ladies Corsets 3° Mocha and Java Coffee 18 Baking Bowder per poond 06 300 articles coating 15 to 50c, of all deecriptlons we hare placed on onr 5 and 10c - - >-- coonters. v wi" W *«>to c-" ••r, -»' ■ «ood'' m theie prlce * wi" move laick,y-"Thelaick,y -"The Golden Rule." H. H. SOHOTT&CO. XOKTH YAKIMA AND VICINITY. Miss Achelpohl went to Spokane on Sunday last. C. E. Lum ol Kennewick was in the city Saturday. Allie Dennis and wife returned Friday evening from tbeir honeymoon to the Sound. Mr. W. A. Kelso wears a imile like a blooming sunflower since election. —Pasco News-Recorder. Rev. Robert Warner assist...

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

The Yakima Herald. VOL. X, »o_____K_____«<_Ul_~ = *_«s___ = _S*_^^ Do You Know THAT WE SELL —-i BUILDING PAPER fi— Red Rosin Paper Light and Heavy Gray Rosin Paper Extra Heavy and Fine Tarred Felt j* and jA Oiled Sheathing. j The BEST qualities for the LEAST money, j ' \__\W^L l i | BAM ii Hir §S§Jf 1* Im i« hst \ | There's another line in which we shine and that's Scrub Brushes TI Tl TT 0 TT "P 0 Horse Brushes Shoe Brushes KM I \ I \ Floor Brushes Stove Brushes JJ 11 Uk)11 JJ 0 Dusting Brushes We have just received a large stock of the finest Brushes and we are selling them cheaper than you have been buying second grades at. * YAKIMA HAH COMPACT * 3 I— _-1 .-^. ■^Val."V\r^f.^t«'^.'aJ^r~r.a;--*aX.\_ 11 ,—g«- ■.aAT, I . ->*__ \>Fll.*-;\V-,.NSC-ir~T-\*ar^\\t'll -;NV*Wl|a^f.,^aAra\-V«-.fl.'-t,<|l-* .Al7V—^aL~* .VMT fT^-T^*. ~T I ftaT-AM-ir--?.*.- ■N\fW 1 '^W-N'-. 1> -V\t — N\lr-|r-*-:\1-aa...-., -...—aa.-. I He is a Wise | 1 MA AM Who does the right thing at the right ti...

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

THE YAKIMA HERALD. limit * Tti'ai.Ki, Publishers. S ~ I NORTH YAKIMA WASH. IHE NEWS OF I WEEK i •>ii.|.r.-!i»-iial t.i KevlffW t,t Ilia Ilii|>a»rt rii'l ll»|ip«nlnan of til.. _*»_. Wr-k * ii I i.al From t li>- Ti i-k r-i|.ii Culamni. A powder mill at La Motte, Mo., blew np ami six workmen were killed ami several injured. Officers of tbe American Maize Prop, aganda are planning foi an extensive exhibit of Indian oorn at tho Palis ex position. Tho official gazette of Madrid has published a decree aeceptirig the resig nation of Genoral Blanco as govemor generul of Cuba. An anti-anarchist oonfnrncee In which oil the European nations are represent- j ed, has opened in Rome. The sessions will he prolonged until Christmas. A territorial foi in of government will be reoommeoded for Hawaii. The j commission lias completed the bill ami Itl report will bo ready when congress I assembles. Re.volutior.nry bands in Brazil haye 1 crossed the frontier and aro threaten-! ing to unite and ma...

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

DlStil AT MARIANA The First American Troops for Havana. FOUR ENGINEER COMPANIES Captaln-Oeneral lllaneo Will l.enva for Spain In a Week-Cuban* Have llaen Appointed to Office ln Santiago. Havana, Nov. 28. —The United States transport Floridn arrived at Mariana beach today. General Gioene ami staff went to Mariana early to su|iei intend the landing of the American troops. The Florida had on board four com panies of the Second volunteer en gineets, whioh recently left Tiinipn for Havana. Tbe troops landed by half past nine o'clock at the Mariana wharf, witli colors flying. The.-, formed at the landing place nnd marched to their camp, two miles nwav, filing past Ocn ,erai Oreene and his staff, who, on 'horseback, reviewed the men. All the men, with the exception of five who are still suffering from sickness and were taken to the camp by train, were in line, and are all i.i good spirits and fit for duty. One hundred anil fifty Cubans of General Monocnl's division wero em ployed in cleari...

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

THE YAKIMA HERALD. HAII.KY. TI'ESI.KY .. Mi COMB. I'lililirahers. PHt'lta'.-I every Thiir-dayr •abecrtptlnn 11.00 per year lv advance. Ailvertl-iug rate* upon application. THURSDAY. DEC EM RER 1, 1898. IMPROVE THE NATIONAL fIVARI) The call for a national convention to suggest and formulate plans for reorgan izing the national guard is certainly a move in the right direction. Our recent experience showed that an entirely new company could be formed and mustered in and equipped as qtiicklv as a militia company could be exam ne I and mus tered in and equipped. Ths militia or ganizations of the different states were some help, perhans, but they fell co far short of what tbey ought to be that the present effort at bettering conditions ought to be welcomed most cordially. The convention has been called to meet at Tampa, Florida, Feb. 8, and its object will be to aid the government in placing the national guard on the most effective footing possible. The state superintend ent of schools iv...

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

DUDLEY * SHOE * CO. see sr Napa, California, Nov. 3, iByS. ___^A^^^^^j^^Zu^A To whom it May Concern: This is to certify that the Dudley F.ll'C.imi I-; (WPP hilt \VC Jr.* VK m\_____\\\wk^ Shoe Co., have been made the agents in North Vakima, Wash., JE.IIA UUII Ih UV tl IIUI \\ t .Ht It^l i ior the various styles of Nap-a-tan shoes of which we are exclusive .St'llilltr SIIOOS jlist the Same ______! ________■ _?K manufacturers. The leather from which these shoes ate made is I tanned by a new process wliich makes it water-proof and gives it .1 . soft pliable quality which continues during the life of the shoe. We assert without hesitation that it will out-wear any other shoe t%ttt\t TIT 7 fITTfITI flO ___■_■■ ■ __•. ____■ ■ of similar weight and cost now on the market, and when kept 111 I I 1 V * VI I * II ___J A f dressed with the Nap-a-tan Oil Dtessing will remain entirely M f\l Ity 111 A% I > water-proof. Yours truly, -UUUUJLII UIIU-U UUs BVAKs, Norton & Co. li DHL LACONICS Int...

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

OXJR GREAT LEADERS Majestic I wm * Wilson sewing piacHines u10u1.... __-3__2 IPB S ore Maicstic ? Rotary Sh utt les §(E* «g C^balEY! KJIVVI.... ■_i > J|Pi MB -P Ranges tn use ( _^ \___C__tr_^V--IBEARHGS-^-P lIUU^UI). T.yijMl combined- JOHN SAWBRIDOE, sole agent Ladles' Musical Club Muslcale. Tbe ladies of the Musical Club and their invited guests assembled in the | drawing renin of Mrs. Slemmona' ie«i dence on Wednesday night of last week. The occasion was a tutisicale given iv by Mrs. tilemmone, and music lovers j were regaled with a rare treat. The fol lowing program wai rendered: Overture— ••Euryanrhe" You Weber Mrs. (luy Mel.. Richards. Mrs. rileminous. Mandolin—"Schubert. Serenade" "Echoes of the Ball" . Uillet j Mr. Carroll, Vlnlln-"I.o Reve" Uniterm ann Adaulo Allegro kpAastemata Andante ( ntllile Mr. Julius I'as -Ins. golM—"That Melody" Jordan "Waltz Souk". . Mrs. A. J. Willis. violin-.. "Wiegealted".. Heater I b "I.lelieslled" Heuselt I c "Cavatina" ... . RalT | Mr. Juli...

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

YAKIMAS SOLDIER IS Chatty UttM I'nim Honolulu--How l». B. Stood the Trip. THU MISRKIES OP JUL IMB MRU The Paradise of the Pacific The Dolce far Nlente Our Soldier Boys Enraptured With the Islands-Queer Slfhts and Sensations. Letters From Sergeant Leach. On board transport Ohio, Pacific Ocean, seventeen hundred miles from San Francisco, 250 milee from Honolulu, Nov. 4, 1898. Dear father, mother, eietera and broth ers : Thie ie my seventh day on the (treat Pacific, witb nothing in sight but water and fiv. We have made a very good run from 'Frisco, in fact made much better time than we expected, although the ocean haa lieen very rough at tiraee, and about al! a pereou can do is to get a good hold on the rail of the boat and hang on, for tbe boat jumps no bard sometimes that it piles us all up in a heap together. This is positively the roughest experience I bave ever bad, and I am sore all over from tbe bumps I get on the side of the boat. Tbe second day out was the roughest one wo have...

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

C J-.tBTCyH.XJk.* Bf in th» _*_ •at Kind Im At alwaft BougM I'ROFESSIONM. ( 'A ADA. TLfIS- D. I. WASHBURN, STENOGRAPHER and TYPEWRITER. Room I. Smaller Cadwell block, over Tns KsKAi.n office, North Yakima, Wash. Cakkoi.i. B. (iRAVsrs, Ellensburg, Ika I*. Knulshakt, North Yakima pRAVES A ENGLEHART, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Rooms 7 and H, Second floor, Flnt Nations! Dank building. CaiV-EL? A MII.LXX. ATTORNEYS AT LAW. am-Otflce over Yakima National Bsnk, Nortb Yakima. Will practice in all ths court! ol the State and IT. S. laud offices. TONES A GUTHRIE, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Over First National Bank, North Yakima, Wash yy HITSON A P.. RKER J ™™.™ T™ ATTORNEYS AT LAW. fCOfßce ln First Nations) Bsnk Hrilldlng. 110GLE A RIGG, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Offices nvcr Yakima National B«uk, North Yakima, Washington. r ... liANKS, tl a DENTIST. Office over Postoffice, Yakima avenue, North Yakima. r)R? DAVID ROSSER, Physician and Surgeon. Office over jHiicck Bros. Drug Store. Keil deuce cor. lith and chestnut. Of...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 1 December 1898

Old nam.' neaatoa. Forty-seven yeara ia a long time in one family's Ma, and two brothers in Yak ima realised thie fast tha other day. T. W. Chamberlain, of Marra-llle. Ma, paid a viait to hia brother, J. L. Cham berlain, a reaident of North Yakima, laat week, which waa tbe first meeting Of tbe twain since tba year 1851, wban J. L. Chamberlain left home to croaa the plains to tbe far distant Willamette, tak ing alx montha' lime with an oa team. T. W. Chamberlain waa born in 1836 and bia brother, J. L., in tbe year 1830. Mr. Chamberlain the elder haa been a resident of Washington nineteen of tha forty-seven yeara he haa spent on thia coaat. Tha delight of tbe brothers on clasping handa again and recalling the reminiscences of their young manhood at a real Thanksgiving turkey feast may be better imagined tban described. Mr. T. W. Chamberlain previously paid a viait to a slater in Ooldendale whom he had not seen for years. Bishop Cranston's Family Mobbed. The people of thie valley will ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 1 December 1898

Why not Have the Best? You are probably considering the 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 ~" ''' "^~"~ - ...-..-- ■■.■__■"_ ■■_;;_^^. —^ 0110 I I\TO higher than all others in tone, j[~ —i r_==— ,t i. .. _ft ip| _£. IK It il 111 \ty finish and case: 'IPffl lj®&®W&± i PSH il " UllUflllU ZKZxxabe IRHW I^Sli Jl T n " ■- 7/ ' - In Organs we can prove to you that -t±.c3.X CLXXXcIXX ytyy^E^^=^ -L~--s=^a> the reputations these makes bear .Fiso-txe-t.* 121 are worthyof their name- Frankllb_ | 1" 4 Mason & BEarringtoxx ~^^zr ? Hla.rrxlixx, Kingsbury | y 1 Estey, toward m=S^^^±% 1 Oliioago CTe-wett s '"^^^^^^jm^ Cottage, Pease "TjpP "Vocal-Lorx. We are intent ou putting an instrument into every home in...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 1 December 1898

A lill WINDFALL Two Yakima Ladies Become Mil lionaires. WILL BUILD BUSINESS BLOCKS Olttrr Bros, aad the Odd Fellows PUnnin. to Erect Bulldlnis la the Sprint H.rmonlous City Caucus. In The Hkrai.d'h issue of November 4th, IM'.is, appeared the following news item: A few days ago the brief an nouncement was made that J. M. Edwards, a clothing salesman of Lewi>ton, Idaho, had received authentic information that after years'of litigation he haa come into a fortune amounting to nearly $1, --000.000. The story reada like a ro mance, covering litigation over a large tract of land lyinn in the busi ness heart of New York, dating back to the time of King Oeorge 111. A Herald reporter called on Mr. Wm. I Bennett, an attache of the dryer factory I across the track. Mr. Bennett eaid that he had seen thia item in Thk Hkkald and had no doubt that the J. M. Kdwards referred to was his brother-in-law, who formerly lived in Yakima. He stated tbat hie wife and her sister, Mrs. I.acy, nee Edwards, o...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 1 December 1898

4.THE * SLOOp - cue.-i^ !_____'^l^3__§._ '" l'avo Garrison's M^^tMj*. m^ t" ccc, bad not jot ' g -r — __S-m regtetered ut tbo Yacht Club. Naturally tho bunch of follows loung ing on tho pier bead Friday mornliiK nnd lazily criticising tho regatta fleet as It swung at anchor, burst Into Inter ested Comment ns a long slim boat slid past thorn down tho harbor and stoxl out before tho lioavy wind under full canvas. "Hello! that's Thome's boat now, Isn't It?" oxelnlmod Joo Scott, dropping from his eeat on the rail and hurrying r over lo tho othor side of tho pier, with J tbe boya at his bee la. "Tee, there*! hor Dame, 'Conqueror.' Sho must have conn* In Inst night. I didn't know Ivor at llrst; look nt tlio big topsail bo's g>t on her." "She's boon made over for this race. I toll you, It'll tnke hot work for own the 'Fleetwing* to beat her now." "I wonder what Dave '11 say when ho hears that his liolovod rival Is here." "Here conn's Duvo now." "Whoop! Hollo! Hoard tho news?' roared the...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 1 December 1898

Save* Time ana Money. It is delightful weather to breathe frc-h, invigorating air, but take care of lum hngo, or else St. Jacobs Oil must take earn of it and cure it promptly. It eaves time and money. When He <....•«. "Does your husband ever go to church, Mrs. Badger?" "Oh, yes, he goes quite regularly in the winter time." "Why does he go in the winter time and not at other times?" "Well, you ccc, he generally has the quinsy when the weather ia raw and thinks be is going to die."—Chicago Evening Nows. The Best Medicine Money Can Buy Is Hood's Sareipiirill.'i. It contains mnre curative power, is prepared with greater cure by educated and exjierienced phar macists. It lias the greatest sales and effects ths greatest eurts. It is the medi cine yen sh.Mild take to purify your blood and make yourself strong asa healthy be fore colder vx'rtthcr coined. Hood's Sarsaparilla v Sold by all Assarts. Price, |1. (let Hood's. Hood's Pills .tat lnillßi'stlon. 28 c'utD. A Principle nf I.lf.- 111...

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