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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 9 February 1899

BEECHER ON ADVERTISING DOCTORS. Fur Fr«l • • • "I ■! ■ ■ . ' .. ••.!■< nri '1 hltn :! an ■ . ■ .. i. r put II tin piii" i that hi Vmi il tin> <!■>■' <t i - it •: t; i lie . 1:1 run 1 sir'ii <:i -■ i»f»i« and ilou'l put I tit tin ■ tp' r. I Bin HHT) Whll ;i pil v il » mill I;n •■ 11 ■ ;: i; ■ ■ vi town with hi *\* ''.i .lit "1 Brienre a -1. <\■ ■■ ■ ■ i- ;f -I pi ij|. away leaving iiim unriireil! Whul a pit> II «<> il<l have i'>-'"i If he :.-■ I ■ • j r- j . i: ■ -■- i ■ ■ .i - !.i t. . 1 the re*]>o i . ■ ■■ - , r the d<« I t mil ;■>'>■• him :hi . 1 qaarki Whul in-- .<-w i ipers for, II n ; t.i i ip ulati . - t■' I ;';<';' Wliati ' ■ : i (Mil i in to tell a ■ lierc> I-■ . I' i n hi liim Ii . I lutxir to th* : ■ n( dl.M'Hn iii- i . ■ • ' - . . all the more pi. --, ■ Hi. ■ -r lie ' oli . * i i, i , i , I . , : i' , V I■■•.., I 111 j take if hr fai in • ilirm Ii v .1- : . • nI vi I Ihi almvi rxirai t I ■ ■ • „ )' ■ Mr. lli ■ i ■. ...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 9 February 1899

ftnmvthlfiß Vrry ((nothing. There is mMthiag very soothing in (he tme of St. Jacobs Oil for the core of Nemaluia. It soothes the pflin, while it MmgtkaM and restores the weak nerve* to a natural ciMi.litiun. It is prompt ami anre. The lartcnt woman in the South, Mrp. Mary MlfUjtM, colored, ihnl re cently at Littlo Book, Ark. Her aue was thirty, and she weighed 6(il) I'Olllllls. True Greatness In Medicine Is proved by the health of the people who have taken it. More people have been made well, more cases of disease and sickness have been cured by Hood's Sarsaparilla than by any other medicine in the world. The peculiar com bination, proportion and process in its preparation make Hood's Sarsaparilla peculiar to itself and un equalled by any other. KHIIT UIIDII. Bullets of stone, wfcre used as late as 1614, Breeches among tlio Greeks were n eign of slavery. Tlio tops! "'as tlio second stono in the breast of the Hebrew high priests. Cbicona, from which quinine is made, was railed "Jesui...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 9 February 1899

RoYAL Baking Powder Made from pure cream of tartar. Safeguards toe food against alum. Alum baking powders arc the greatest menacers to health of the present day. «oY»i mkino pomtn co., mm tonn. THR LOCAL KOI'NIMT. Mrs Moris, wife of the Itaptia'. minis tor m reported as CoavatMeiM< Mrs. 0. M. lirpwstpr, ot /illah. whs buripil today. I'artirularß not o.itainable on fOtni to press. Tlip Sisters arc curing foraliout twenty five sick at the hospital, among them three rasp« o! typhoiil fevpr. The Yakima orchestra will give a grand ball St. Valentine* day, or night rather, at Mason's opera bouse. George Wright, owner of many bands sheep in the Yakima and Kllensbur({ country, is at the Perkins.—Oregonian. I'eter MrCallum, a well known rancher of Klickitat has bought a ranch on the Natchez, where he will reside in the future. The infant son of T. K. Fisher died on Wednesday night ami was buried today. Hi- il!ni>f<s was caused by a ((implication of ailments. Hon Ira I. Eoglebatt res...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 16 February 1899

The Yakima Herald. VOL. XI, *| * & & "'"" iff iff iff W * HP Goof *"fbdit HP * a It is not a very desirable job at the best, and to do the work the \1 jicmnL easiest and cheapest, the quickest and most thorough *ff \\ l" you want st °^ a" the * /'Ft Best Spray Pump * We have them. The ADVANCE and POMONA pumps, for [VI which we are agent, have proven to be the most satisfactory a, |fl«gi pumps on the market. We will demonstrate that fact to you if "*'♦'*" /llil lh** OU W'" 8' Ye US a c'lancc- Or ask any of your neighbors that Mm I used either of the above last year. Beside those named we have ■jl- (ill I a n'ce ne °^ Kucket and Barrel pumps from the cheapest to the I best. Also a large assortment of ' Hose, Spray Nozzles and I'ittings. »" '-.A- i We can give you a good Outfit at reasonable a price, t also Pruning Shears, Clippers, Knives and Saws. * YAKIMA HARDWARE COMPANY * i j iff iff ift ift_ iff iff iff iff ;iff I || SELLING ©HT l^S I 1 THIS STOCK TO GO AT ONCE if m The C...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 16 February 1899

THE YAKIMA HERALD ••Il*T, T....1.) * Mrf'omb, I'nblltber*. NORTH YAKIMA . WASH. I NEWS OF I M Cnmprrhrnilvn Krtliiw of <h« Import ant Hupponlinn of th« I'»»t Wwk iuil. .1 F'om ili<- Trir B i i«i>li Column*. TI.-ti- seems to be an idea in Paris ' ■ that Japan will make, trouble for th« United Stales by surreptitiously aiding the Filipinos. Many of the recently disbanded Cali fornia volunteers are enlisting in the regular army, being desirous of going to the Philippines. The controller of the currency hap is ■Md » Hill 'or i'|"ni- of the condition of bII nittioiial liniiks at the close of bufcinesA February 4. It is rejmrted that the executive com mittee of the Cuban a-.-.-mlily willl call GotDM to account foi accepting the proposition (rotn this govaniiMßt rela tive to disbanding the Cuban army. A [rttght ttuin on the O. H. &N. was wrecked near Corbett, Or., by running into a landslide. The fire man and h tramp were injtued. Fifteen cars were piled up in a heap. Duke il'...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 16 February 1899

MILLER CAPTURES 110110 The American Forces Struck the Blow Saturday. NOT AN AMERICAN WAS LOST Th« I'i-trrl and the ttalllinnra liom hartlrd the Tows, Which CftDitd the Insurgents to Kvaruate* Manila, Feb. 15.—The United Statet gunboat Petrel HI I Mil late last even lag with disoatchei from Hrigadiei <leneral M. P. Miller to Major-General Otis), annonncfing that Hollo had been taken by the combined miltary and (raval forces Saturday morning. Oeneial Miller, on receipt of bis in functions from Manila, sent native •'. .iiiii-MMin"rn iplinrc from the United i iStatea transport St. Paul, with a com- j tnunication for tl'e lobel governor of Iln 110, cnlling upon him to Bnrremler < witblO a time stated, and wnnicl him "! to make a demonstration in tlie in ttl vul. The rebels immeilintely movc<l their \ K'n.- ami prepaied to defend their po eitiun. Thereu|K>n the Petrel firoil two warning guns, anil the rebels im medi ately opened fire upon her. The Petrol and the Dnltimore then...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 16 February 1899

IHt YAKIMA HERALD. BAII.KY. TUKSI.KY & M(<i>Mß. PxhlUhcrm. (»Htili«l .1 i-v.Tv ■|inir-.I»T. (abuniiption 11.00 p«r >e«r In advance. Artverti«ln« raUa upon appllratlon. TIIIHSDAY, FBBKUAMYH, 1899. Waohimton'H crackerjirk*, like the rongli riders Bt Xl (.'aney, arted in their limt battle an thon«h war were ■ picnic and they w*re only dMMtag to nit music. They rliartced over the rice fields of I'aco to the nine of "There'll be a hot time in the old town tonight" —and there wan. While the mercury or spirit indicator ib rnvlv ilalUinit With Hip sixty below /.pro in uk in our hi-iii r elate of Idaho am! the hofWI «>'■ Kf-arinu Btinwshnt«, the Yakima btllM are pulling mi their ■print ntt ire ami the blcycii bojrt MV ■cotching Blom the iitimmH. The Christian inisaionarief who caused their Chinese c <<ik for attempted poison |O| to bf tortand In th« third decree at i liiau - ' ■ th otln r l*j . irder to make linn OonfeM «<■ lie COO Id he beheiid .■', were Dp t> da...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 16 February 1899

WHAT I'ROPLR SAY. A. E. Kinae} I—The1 —The last tague ol The llkpui i) wa» k fplendi.l numhor. K. .1. Jaeger—l knew Senator K(B'er bsi'k in WiHcoiiHin when be ran a Raw iii.ll on the (Jreen Itay ami Sli«»n.'e rail road. I was dnv nu a fourhor<<e team then, hauling lumber from his mill into Ft. Howard. Me wiim a fine mnn then and in yet mid will make an ideal nenator. Charlie Ike— Ttip Indian dead house just below tha K"P waH net afire l>y two white Ihi.vh two weekg ago last Saturday. There wan a plank chopped off the cabin on the northeast ooraef ami fir° thrown in and HiHttered ajbost and all tliedead were b«nMd up There were $J'K) worth of blankets destroyed. We don't know the people who did it, for mire, but anl on their trail. The old chief KodiaklD'a Tf iiiiiiris were not destroyed m< he \w»i buried on the outside. Ira li'iriirtt— I liavn It"ph n ui'inlli :it < IrtlOg In the Soldi' rV Home, and I iiin-l aiy I whs never hrtlir tr ttcH i:i my life Qood beil», good ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 16 February 1899

GREAT MUSICAL SNAPS We haivc an over-snppyly of second-ha ml Organs, all in excellent condition which will so at away below actual value to the right parties on installments but Don't Wait Long. They Will Go Qulck_ But Look at this Snap i'fp raio rffTf We have si sccoiml-lisiiml l*ismo that :<J' f cost 939& less than a year sago that . v yon can hsive for less thsm $200 on —^>. : . .. the same terms. Kemember we ==^. =^^^-^3^^ have but the one, so come at once if =====3=^^^^^^®l you wsuit a geiiuiiie bargsiin. j w^ Wb nil it Ib at ii taj it In In in! ft=»==Jf. BroYCLES , The WUey B. Allen Co., P, S.— See our show windows m a Few «/ / days for the cracker-jack high flagged bicycles which we pro PORTLAND, OREGON pose to handle this season. You Inquire priori «"!«* Su prove CLAUDE BRIGGS, Gen. Agent, *;::^;:^ KilirfK"ml" north yakima. wash. \\hjit is Going on Daih <if Interest t(i All Our People. MISCELLANEOUS [NKUS NOTT.S Items of crsonal .ml Local Mention Put Into Conden...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 16 February 1899

Fellow Cibbtm, LiFyi Ears! ~^t 1 want to articulate in that particular organ. lam not closing out nor selling \ out nor selling goods below cost, but you will find more value for less J money in my new Spring Clothing and Shoes than anywhere else in the city. ■ Satisfaction Guaranteed .- JNO. W. THOMAS j If you want a stylish turnout or livery rijj of^»y descrip tion, yon can get it at the O. K. Stables BBCOND STREET. Finest Tmnonts in the City. Bftddle bonflt to Iflti Hoarding hikl feeding of horses a spp.'inltv. You will tin I ronrteoiiu treatment anil prompt service with »a, an>i our ratPß ;ir" :i'.i right, too. I. .1. MAW, Prtpr. c . Fish, Oysters, hresh p oultry ailfl Yeptals at the A venae Kit-h "Mar ket, L' dnon weet of the DotnMtic Bakery. OLYMPIA AND O^rcf^fC BALTIMORE UySICTS in hulk. They are very line; try them. Smoked and Frenh Ki"h of all the leading varieties. FARMERS .* ,* call and see us and leßve iih vntir ves.'etilil>'S fur cahh or trade. »\ v alatj "illicit...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 16 February 1899

PROFESSIONAL CARDS. • i. ■ LB. o«a* ► -. H!"'i-I'iir«, iiti i i NoumAafi (forth vakime i IBAVKM \ KSOLBHART, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Konraa 7 tod S.H ad kor, Kimt Hattonal Hank htlllJ I(»M> A liUTIiRIK, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. i rei Flmi S»tlon»l Bank, Kortk V»kltßa,Wart IV HITSON .v I'AKKKKj ' '■"" w"i»o* \ > I mao i'ikhkii ATTORNEYS AT LAW. j|jp-<i:!. |n !'i,-' Snli. 'Ml Hunk RillMrni; Dni.lj BIUU, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Yftklma Saimtml liMitk. Nortl ,1 ATroHNE\ ' i LAW. OFI'II'I IN rill IIKKM.I) IV II DISfl. ■■,;■;.. . „ | .. I , |.i, „„ 1 I- liANK!" .» . DKN n - i Ynkmui t 1 7. DUI.IS. I'liv- : w isu -; HUE IN. Hrhlodtfeldl bulldlug, Sorth Vaklua. Dfflre hnuw k tv 10 n. tn.; t'i to 2p. in Cto 1 ) N (iI)RDKN, M M . lit Pitvsician ami Surgeon. >fßn In the \V«r.l lil« k [■onipr Yaklma avenue ti:. i I'm -: -: i . • N ■: ■ \ Vakin a. I kK DAVID ttOiSSEIt, I'iiysk ian and Surgeon • o over : '■ ■ ■ Druii -'■■:.. Resl !■■-.■ oil mrg: { I ■ 'i "i J )i:. i ii. I I.KTCIII i;. PHYSICI \N & S...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 16 February 1899

*g NEW STORE NEW GOODS AT* ♦ NORTH YAKIMA FURNITURE COMPANY •■ j^^ Having opened up a stock of New Goods consisting of Parlor and Bedroom r l-.!! • A Furniture, Couches, Tables, Chairs, Mattresses, Window Shades, Picture ■ Moulding and Frames, Irou Ileus, See, we solicit a share ol the ]>ul>hc tavor, H V when purchasing articles in oui Inn-. We are here t.i remain and l>uild up .i business of which we may be proud a-id which will be .i credit i" the coin- _^ inunity. We believe the qualitj of our stock ami the prices are right and A E HOWARD. lit ask you to come and see us Vakiina Aye., next door west C.olden Ruli Proprietors M H Carpet f\, .* sam P us^ ■— Nofth VaMma Furniture Gompany NORTH T4KINA AM) VICINITY. Ij R. Freeman is in the city. F. C.Gortuu of Sunnvside, was in the city yesterday. Mr. ami Mrs. \. J. ci'vr. nf Zillati, ■ were in North Yakima yesterday. Mrs. C K. Mi'Kwen has «r> far recov r rr' I from her recent illness as to lie able to drive out. Manager Hur...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 16 February 1899

Ft. Jioobfl Oil cures Rheumatism. St. Jaoobs Oil cures Neuralgia. St. Jiouba Oil <iiies Lumbago. Bt. Jacohi Oil cures Sciatica. Kt. .Tarohn Oil cures Sprains. Bt. Jacobs Oil cures I'm>. -. St. .Tacolis Oil cures Sorenesi. St. Jacobs Oil cutes Stiffness. St. Jacobs Oil cures Hackache. St. Jacobs Oil cures Muscular aches. Fonl Kerrptlon. The Author—The people in the an- ] dietu'o couldn't appreciate my play. They acted like, perfect geese. The Managei — I noticed that they did considerable hissing. — Indianapo lis Journal. ♦♦»♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦•♦♦♦♦♦♦♦.. I I Was ]; X Completely :: I Helpless |j ♦ With Rheumatism :: » ('null not move, the least hit of II « a jar would make me shout with ', ', X I-iiri. 1 was afraid I should be a J', J irippli for life, as ptescriptions jj ♦ did me DO good. Finally I sent ' ' ♦ for a bottle of Bood'i Bftnapntilli < ■ ♦ which helped me much and two < 1 « bottles mmc put me on my feet <', ♦ 10 that I could walk without ', ', X crutches. 1 Was s...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 16 February 1899

rt«nn«nd for Oar flood* In M«>l«a. A member ol a prominent clay man • faotaring oompany of Knnnas City, recently returned from Mexioan a bnsinepa tour, states that Mexican! want our goo<lß. "and never hesitate tr. tpend the money for them, and they have got thn money, too. Take (arm machinery for instance. One ranch .man will boy a carload at a time for bis own u»e. They need plow* and pumps and windmills ami ice plant*. and, in fact, all kinds of modern ma chinery. The trade is there and has long been neglected. We Can get it by studying the needs of the lepublic and catering to its people." Ill" lllttri-rtfr. Little Harry—Pupa, what's the dif •rence between a linan :er iimi an econo mist? Papa—An economist will wnlk three tqaares to save a nickel. A tinanciei will hop mi h car and beat mimel>o<lv out' of A quarter while ri.lnv those three squares.—Clevt-lnnd Leader. There live* in Sedalia, Mo., an old Kcntli'iiiHii who m tutor to the late King Alfonso XII of Spain. His...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 16 February 1899

RoYal Baking Powder Made from pure cream of tartar. Safeguards the food against alum* Alum hiking powders are the greatest menacers to health of the present day. ftOVM. BAKIWQ POWDgB 00., htw YORK. THE LOCAL ROUND-UP. T. J. Clieal went to Taciina on Tues day iiiklil. Keith Punlop has gone to London, I iit'lHinl, to raise mining funds. LitOlgl A. Ciaidiner has left for the I'a louse country on a railroad trip. The Ladies' Musical club met this after noon at the residence of Mrs. I'oole. Con^rensman W. L. Jones left Wash ton City nn the 9th for hss home in North Yakima. Jud^e Davidson hag ordered the sale of the I'rosser Falls Irrigation company property on March 18. Local Manager Anderson of the St. I'm. ami Tacoiua Lumber (/Oinpany, ma<le a business trip to Toppenish Tuesday. Mrs. Dr. Frank has be"n enna^ed this week in b laudable endeavor to procure gubsi riptions for the Red Cross society in aid of our noldier heroen in Manila. Furmprs on the Ahtanum and Wide Hollow lire apprtt...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 23 February 1899

The Yakima Herald. VOL. XI, -»s♦■ <♦$♦ +fy- -»|*- -4|*- <♦> *|* -»^«. 4|» * Tic Farmers Pninß lA^o ♦; THE BEST PLOW MADE! I A We have a full line of Canton <; Farming Tools. Red Bird Sulky Plows. Canton Gang Plows. Canton Disc Harrows. Pipe Frame Lever Harrows jk. Every Tool Guaranteed Perfect. See Them Before You Buy. * * YAKIMA HARDWARE COMPANY 1 Goods Going* at Less than Ever Before . . . For We MUST Close Out! We have closed out Come in and do our store at Roslyn your buying before and brought the stock J^i) (fe-A the goods are gone here, so our lines of O\ff/® as the stock cannot Clothing, Ladies and Y^(\ remain complete at Gents' Furnishings, Jf \^ the present low prices Shoes and Hats are we are offering. See larger than ever. us for snaps. 101 WILL. SAVE MOHEI XV CALLING AT ONCE. CHICAGO DRY GOODS SHE D. HANNA, Proprietor NOKTTI YAKIMA. WASHINGTON, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1899. A MM IK K(»l. The ' Id* Elmore" a Y«klm« Proposition Meet inj of the Stockholders. The ...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 23 February 1899

THE YAKIMAJERALD ■ •H... Tlir.li-r A MrConib, hMMMHi NORIII VAKIMA WASH. i NEWS Of TIE iEK Cotiiprfliri^iTP B#VtofS of the 1 mpnrt ntit lluppeningn of the I'itnt Wrrk Clllleil K*-Ollt the Ir-I . L I » |.ll Cflllllllll*. The graves of the Maine victimn at Havana were decorated with flowers on the 15th, the anniversary of the ex plosion. A British syndicate hao obtained a concession from China lo build a rail* road from ll.n k.i'i to Canton, along ttio coast. Col. Miller, who captured 110 110 without tin* ruts, of a mnu in bll oom n..ii;.-i, has been promoted to l>o hriga diet-g«neral by the president, Tho Canard liner Etrnria nn<l the cruiser M»rblebeml narrowly averted a COlllliOD doting ■ Hrliti,; Rivet :ii. I pnnw itorin about TO miles otr Sandy Hook Mnn,lay mornlog. Representative Btallingi, of Al« --riam;>, Ikih introduce I in the house a lull to authorize the president ti> ap point General Wheeler v tnajoi general in tho regular nmiy. Terrific weather is prevailing ...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 23 February 1899

NEWS FROM THE FRONT The Cruiser Buffalo Shells a Camp of Insurgents. OTIS LOOKING FOR AN ATTACK I" ' > in. in in I Int. V.r In cSt i ,-,, B t I, „|i. .1 IT Srn.llng Out Aililillonnl Irunpi- MfHI llit.li.r am) 1., i l.:|.lli t Manila, I'eb. 21.—The California fn lan teen abandoned (lualaloupe hutch at 6 O'clock tliis morninii, which has Mince been Bet on fire, and retired t.i nui Pedn Macati. Tho relwls still hold the countiy in the vicinity of Unadalonpo, l'asij? and Patero, <iespite the efforts of the punhoats to dialodge them from the jungles ou both sides of the liver. Tin* heat is intense, nnil is increasing per.-eptihly daily. Under present OOH ditioMi it is impossible to provide, ■liMda for t)i« '■'' - in different parti (if tlm line, particularly McArthiir'n division. Xii,.' 1- brigade is also ex powd from San Pedro Macati to Culi cnli, wlieio it joins Ovenshino's brig ada. In view of the fact that the ennmjr niii' oouceutratlog on the AtMriean tight preparations were m...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 23 February 1899

SECOND-HAND ORGANS! \\v have live or six sceoiid-hand organs \% hich \\v will sell at $15 to $65. The SO.l organ i* an almost Mew Estejr, anil In ai hi;; hargain. Srr these in struments soon, for sneh *nap« do not last long. We are Still at War! !JH[l£^^^Jl S Anyone wishing "Hot Shots", or in other JT 1 J, words IKAlct; Al\s, in nvw Pianos anil Or g?^§=^ M ,|j| tfan« will find it worth thr tim« k to step in ffr '"~*:'-'" "-■- -'^~^l { anil «i kt prices and terms. Thi k present hi^li -=:=::::::^^iz-iz~- rrri^lit i^ not all4'<*tiii;. r our terms :ik we *lill *r**^mfo eoiitimir to give yon Haslcrn |iri<*i%N. Thr I |,j I . only way we havi* of proving lliis is to make t'Oiue and see Us ~T^2^ W«* di'ty I*olll |ict it ion sit home or elsewhere. "Monarch" «* Bicycles The Wiley B. Allen Co., Our recent invoice includes a num- Di^kDTl Al\.ir» r»DCnr»M ber of high grades ranging from PORTLAND, OREGON *:*.» to sir>. The very best wheels on the market. Sec them CLAUDE BRIGGS, Geil. Age...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 23 February 1899

Fto CnifUßcnJilßnoMf Ears! j^ I want to articulate in that particular organ. Tarn not closing out nor soiling \ out nor soiling goods bolow cost, but you will find more value for less 7 money in my new Spring Clothing and Shoos than anywhere olso in the city. Satisfaction Guaranteed --- - JNO. W. THOMAS If you want a stylish turnout or livery ri"; of any descrip tion, you can get it at the O. K. Stables 8BC0NI) S TREET. - * ' 'A Finest Tnrnonts in the City. Saddle homes in | ( .t. Boarding and feeding of horNe* a specialty. You will tind eoartMm treatment and prompt service with us, and our rates ttre all ri^lit, too. A. J. SHIW, Prnpr. c . Fish, Oysters, Fresh Ponltry aM Vpfrptahlpt YcpdUltiS at the Avenue Fish 'Mar ket, L' doors west of the Domestic hakery. OLYMI'IA AND f\,r tz f ekt . c BALTIMORE LJySieiS in bulk. They ure very fine ; try thsm. Smoked and Freeh Plah of all the leading varieties. FARMERS «* ** 1:1!' and see iih and leave us your v"l'"':)I'I»"i for chhli or trMile....

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
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