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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 9 March 1899

Baking Powder Made from pure cream of tartar. Safeguards the food against alum. Alum baking powders are the greatest menacers to htalth of the present day. BovAt mam mmga co., »rw »oaa. ■Gil I 111 Khiit Is liotni] nn in the Neighboring Towns .md Villages. BRIEF PERSONAL SEWS NOTES Paragraphs of a Social and Gossipy Nature Written Especially for "The Herald" Readers ty lip t» Date Prosser Pick Ups. Morris Koblman, an old resilient of tbis place, was drowned last night .Monday) about one mile above town. He took his boat to cross the river. The boat was capsi/.ed in about the middle ol the river. He was seen floating by two boys, Joe Hohn and Hal Oarev, who went to res cue him, but he sank before they were able to got to him. The river has been dragged, but the water is too deep to be able to recover the body. He was a Ma son, unmarried, about ii.l years old, and a native of Germany. A. L. Pilley registered at the Lape hotel. Thos. Carstens waß here Irom Seattle. Chas. McAllister was ...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 16 March 1899

The Yakima Herald. VOL. XI, ••ff **fr ifo _ ifc *^f x ijfc ijr "^t "*ft • * BICYCLES^ A red-hot Special! A $35 Bicycle * for $27.50 Cash ! ▼ The "Golden Eagle" the best value for the Afc money of any wheel on the Market. + Don't fail to Examine ita m For a High Grade wheel see W j^Phosnix * i This wheel has a single piece crank surpassing all others in simplicity and dura bility. For beauty of finish and smooth running it has no superior. atßg .^ It stands the Racket. * r YAM HARDWARE COMPANY * j£^ * #" ~ # " * ift £i National Bank, NORTH YAKIMA, WASH. OEO. DONALD, Preaident. HUGH K. SINCLAIR, Vice Preaident. J. D. CORNETT, Caahler. FRANK BARTHOLET, A sat. Cathier CAPITAL, .... $50,000 Surplus, Undiv. Profits, $25,001 Transact! a general banking i in 1m ... Forelgi and domestic exchange. Uellnt.lc limn tot Mimagerol branch office I wish tn iiju-ii in thia vicinity. If your record i* O. K. bere la a good opening. Kindly mention Thia paper when writing. A. T. •linen ■•». « in. in.hi 1...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 16 March 1899

THE YAKIMA HERALD • •Iln . Turalry * MrConb, lnl.ll •!. . i . I—■ , = NORTH YAKIMA . WASH. IHE NEWS Of THE WEEK Ci>in|>rehenalT«i Iter I-aw or the Import ant Happening* or the Pnat Wwk < iiiie.l F'om the Tele-fraph Co Imam a. The Red Cross Society of New Yoik has shipped |20,000 wotth of medical supplies and delicacies to the soldiers ; at Manila. A rupture is imminent between Italy and China, over the latter's refusal to cede a coaling etation to Italy at San Mini bay. The British cruiser Talbot, which was sent to New Yoik to convey the temains of Lord Hershell to England, ! bsi sailed. The Madrid authorities have offered Aguinaldo ■ ransom ol |1,000 for each officer, |100 each for the privates, and tOO for eacb civil servant. Advices from Honolulu dated Match 1 state that Princess Kiinihini was not expected to live 24 bonis. Rheunia lifiii of the heart was the cause of hel illness. Both houses of the Oklahoma legisla ture nave pussH a bill prohibiting the practice of Chri...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 16 March 1899

THE SESSION CLOSES. The si.ih regulative Aaannlily or Waahlngton Knded Friday— Appropriation Hill. The sixth legislative session has passed into history. The closing hours were uiarked by the spirit of (un and relaxation attendant upon the long wait caused by the failure of the free conference committee to agree on the lieneral approptiation bill. Several times Speaker Guie called the house to oider, and tl'teatened to adjourn sine die without the report of the commit tee, but each time Chairman Engle bart pleaded for juat a few minutes more. Tlie total appropriations oalled for now by the new bill appropriate a 1,500,000. Tlie committee did not report until fr.lO o'clock Friday morning, and when it did come failure to agree on either the original house bill or the senate amendments, ami bad prepared an en tirely new bill. This was lead and adopted in both houses without aigu tnent. The amounts allowed for each institution and for the maintenance of the state departments are as foll...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 16 March 1899

rilE YAKIMA HERALD. BAII.KY. Tt'KHI.KY A Mi (OMB. I'ul'liahera. Pa hi ial oil pvcrv Thursday i auhacrliitlmi 11.00 p*r year in advance Ailw-rtlalng ratea ill-mi a|ipllcatiuu. TBUMOAY, MAR'-II "; isw. THE SCHOOL ELFATIOS. A conimiinicat on Inim tbe lioard of school director*, published in another column, compUiti-ot Ihe lack ol interest shown in th • i'iit school election. There were mil 7- voter* registered in time to vote .mt of a possible male and female Voting population of a thousand I'.arelv (ine-ibtril ol tho vntere registered took advantage ol the privilege, and the election went, practically, by default. The concensus of opinion seems to lie that there are 6000(11 school houses now, if proper a billions were Bade,,to accom modate the increase oi pupils. The die lance pnpile niav have to go 1 nun any portion Ol the district to either tbe Co- Itimhiii or Centrsl schools m inconeider able, especially when the diatancs trav eled by school children m maov ol the larger citiCH is ...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 16 March 1899

WHAT PEOPLE SAY. A Transient Record of Private Ocinlnns Publicly Expressed. Ira M. Krutz—l notice that the secre tary of the Interior in recent denisiona puhlithe.l in the Oregonian hears out my contention in regard to tbe Wallers sud Lowe decision. The esses referred to are exactly like ttie Walters and Lowe cases. The view I took of tlie intention ol Con gress to end tbe long, drawn out contests before the Department, I could not see how any other conclusion conld be reach ed. We will tile our declination to take other lands etui the company will be compelled to select new lands. D. K. Leah—The republicans and In sionists have both put their foot iv it, so to speak, in the failure to give needed freight legislation and in tbeir heedless extravagance. Thi- fact is every tin years is often enough for the legislature to convene. W. J. Auiniller —1 lelt North Yakima for Chicago, Decern tier 18, having just returned. Tbe «inter in Illinois was cold, but calm and little nr no snow. Ther...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 16 March 1899

To Fathers and Mothers; An almost lew organ can be hail of us for 94.7. and a new onr almost as low. We also have a IMCAA I¥EW PIANO whirh we arr offering al $200 on in stallment*. It Is A 1 in every respect, guaranteed in tone and workmanship for 93 years. Yon have until April SOtli to take it at that price after that date it will he sold at'a protit to the company. We fr™-"--—-•—^^^-^---^^^^^^^ arc using this Piano as a drawing card and |r— —i v =| n= je| give yon onr word of honor that yon will lind it Wm W^^A as we say—hcantiliil in tone, workmanship and |,B| t4ro^(R fcgfji tinisli. Parent*, yon owe the children an c«lu- jF *^* aJ/P i L^™h J cation, in mii*ic a* well as otherwise. We will ,jf M ,,, ffif B**8 **- """"""^ H a**i*t yon a* far a* we can and give the poorc*t an equal show with the richest. We will sell x^XSßS^^as^l\,yA 'j I yon an instrument at from QUI to $8 per month, 'U. thus will the Wiley «. Allen Co., do their part. P ' IP,|j Our terms must be gootl or we would...

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

Mothers, we can fix out the big boys or the little tots with late styles and servicable suits If you want a stylish turnout or livery ri^ of any descrip tion, you can yet it at tlie O. K. Stables SECOND STREET. Finest Turnouts ia tlie City. Saddle horses lo let. Hoarding and feeding of horses a specialty. You will lind courteous treatment and prompt service with us, and our rates are all riiflit, too. A. J. SHAW. Propr. Mien ll fie When you go to Promt to buy Harness, hut no j to 1,. 11. l.aiicK, as he hai a IrSlclass harness shop and his stock Is complete in Light and Heavy Harness, Saddles, Bridles, Blankets, Gloves, Axle Urease—in fact everything carried in a Brat-clan baroesi shop, a full line nf the International Stock Food. All goods guaranteed first-class ami sold at bed rock prices for cash L. ID. __._^.3P__3 Prosser, Wash. Highest Cash prices Paid for BEEF HIDES. SHEEP PELTS, CALF SKINS sr-" FORS Our line of fresh Meats, Hams and Bacon is al ways kept complete, clean and ne...

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

_. PROFESSIOXAI. CAUDA. mf ' axbollß. fiinria. Hlcnalinnr. I Isa PKs Hill ast. North Vaklim ( JRAVKS « F.MJI.KIIART, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Kooma 7 am! a, Second flisir, Flrat Natinna llauk biilbliuk . IONKS A (JIITIIKIK, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. over Flrat Natinual Hank. Nnnh Yakima, W*»l WHITSON v PARKER) »»»» *»«it»oi V V l KHKIi I'ABKkR ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Car-' I'!*. . in Firat National Hank BalMlM * QOGLK ,-v UKi(,, .< ' ATTORNEYS AT LAW. 5j (itlifes river Yakima National Hank. Nortl 3 I'akli.m. '■An-Sihiiitiin, JOHN (I. BOY LB, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Off ft 1! IN TH* HKK.tl.ll 111 11.111 M,. Will practice In all r',• ■ COUrta of the state and U. S 1.,n,l Office* I K. h\NKS, DENTIST. OfDce over I'nMntnie. Yakima avenue, Nortl Yakima. Q 7. lII.IN, M. I>. I'IIYSK'I \N am. -I IliiKoN. Behludtfeldl building, v.rth Yakima. Offlee houra - tn In a. in.. II :,. |ji m.;6t0l * I- di., and al night. 1> N. UORDKN, M. li , I Physician AND SURGEON, Hour*-* IU t.i 1J a. m ; Itul p, in . Tln- p. m j ami...

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

mAtap a^af We have some Handsome Things in the Line of AT ■ ■ FURNITURE . . SIDEBOARDS, V See What CENTER TABLES, m^B we have DINING TABLES tothL un« g "T ouTprS If in BOOK CASES and ™.*! m,}r'* M. ****"* EE*EE\ ■■■ —.-.. « aa.**.—■ •», •— *«. .n*. n— -- n .-. -n window shades and mattresses «■ ENAMEL BEDSTEADS Your patronage solicited. Ii- * * NORTH YAKIMA FURNITURE COMPANY iKTH TKKIMA AM) VICINITY. oniH" ('or V :hs ■.••imp in Montana. Ie next mall I >r Manila leave* Sun .ncisco tomorrow . Hi" IVih. "oiiiorro*, Friday, i» "the 17th of and " 'erything for amateur photo raphen •Valises Coburn'*, !) Amos Oroll is licensed to wed Locindu . liainond. tine i i.i I i. is greeting ell iriends again «.,. B i mgtby visit to the Sound. ilrulin McLennan and bride, nee 'leld, returned on Tuesday from n tar's stay at St. I'aul. 0. H. Jones, a stockholder in the St. I ft Tacoma Lmubei Company, left 'acoma on Tuesday night. 'ace Leach, ol Atlin, B. ('.. was vig ils parents and brothers and sist...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 16 March 1899

Tha Year Round. All th« your atound ohronlr or ne glected rheumatism i* •* .*- on. It is worse in chilly, damp (Mather, hut never s.i bad that Si. Jaouii* Oil can't promptly and afactually aura It, I'ttrpt. Itoliea. Tho lieutenant guvem.tr of South t'aiolin.i wears a pin pie rube of office when pipsidiiig over the senate. —Chi- cago t 'hroiiiole. " Only, the First Step is Difficult." The first step in Spring should be to cleanse Nature's house from Winter's accumu lations. Hood's Sarsaparilla does this work easily. It is America's Greatest Spring Medicine. It purifies the blood, as millons of people say. Ii makes tba weak atrotic. ai nervous men and women gladly testify. It cure-, all t.liiiid diseases, as thousands of cured voluntarily write Ii i» lust the medicine for ymi. us you will gladly say after you bave given ii a lair trial. Bad Blood Although past 70 years ol age I am thoroughly well, It was three hottlei of Hood'a Sarsaparilla that made me ao after spending over 900 in m...

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

DYSPEPSIA "For six yeara 1 waa a victim of dye pepala In Its worst form 1 could eat nothing out milk toast, and at times my stomach would Dot retain and digest even that. Laat March 1 toe-ran taking CASCAKKTS and since then I have steadily Improved, until I am ss well as I ever wss In my life. David 11 Mcrpbt. Newark. O. A rm m*9^m\ CANOV W \\_A* CATHARTIC ~^^_^ raeoi ***** ammiamau m aft r Pleaaant. Palatable. Potent. Taste Good. Do Good. Merer Hleken. Weaken, or Gripe v» 2bc. Hie ... CURE CONSTIPATION. ... •(•Hist *.*.*, (»ap,.i. i klaaf*. MMtraat. B#« Tart. Sll M_TA Dip Sold and guaranteed by all drug ■ I U*DHI> giau to OVBt Tobacco Malm Why Rome fJlrla Va* Paint. Miss Sillygirl (sobbing)—l think it's awfully mean. That horrid Jones girl has been saying that I paint. Miss Meanness—Never mind, dear. I expect if she had your complexion she'd paint, too.—Stray Stories. •W Ipe Ont. It is the specific virtue of penetration in St. Jacobs Oil whicii carries it right down to the Sciat...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 16 March 1899

RoYal Baking Powder Made from pure cream of tartar. Safeguards the food against alum* Alum baking powders are the greatest nicn.iccr. to health oi the present day. boyal mmiao taowoi I 00., Nrw row*. nil i mil What I-*. Going on in the Neighboring Towns nnd Villages, BRIEF PERSONAL SEWS ROTES Psrstraphs of s Social snd Gossipy Nature Written Especially for "The Hersld" Headers by be tn Date Correspondents. Prosser Pick lips. Zillah Zephyrs. Everything in this part of the county is ' booming. The land that is comeatable near Zillah has heen purchased and houses are springing up on all sides. Sago brush will h ion disappear and the beautiful clover and alfalfa will take its pin. c All hail the day. I School Section Notes. Mr. Nordyke and family have moved to Kruitvale where they will ranch dur ing the summer. Mr. Walker and family have moved to Kruitvale. Oscar Dillon will soon leave for Bickle ton, where he has found employment on a sheep ranch. Harry Jacobs and Will Dorsett are work...

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

The Yakima Herald. VOL. XI, /^^aWy^^ strici'y (f^m^^Jdyf^\ 4* * BICYCLES * w A red-hot Special! A $35 Bicycle * for $27.50 Cash ! ,_r The "Golden Eagle" the best value for the Afc money of any wheel on the Market. Don't fail to Examine ita For a High Grade wheel see * jmPhcenix * This wheel has a single piece crank surpassing all others in simplicity and dura bility. For beauty of finish and smooth running it has no superior, met ' It stands the Racket. w * JAKIMA HARDWARE COMPANY * ifc: * "*• *_ * ♦ _y WE ARE PREPARE© FeR THE SPRING ©F 1899 so don't be the last person on earth to find out where the best goods are sold cheapest. A great rumpus among shrewd buyers is the mutual result of our unusually generous inducement for the season's trade. Come in and see our complete assortment of Men's = Boy's Clothing, Hats, Caps, Overcoats and Furnishings. A grand Display, a great Stock and just what you want. ffe mark tiiei low to sell (km Quick. All prices at tlie lowest Watermark. For the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 23 March 1899

THE YAKIMA HERALD • all-ar. Tu-raler A NcCornb, I'nbllahrra. NORTH YAKIMA WASH. THE NEWS OF THE WEEK I *.... I.i, 1.. ii-l , f Itevl-aw of the Import ant 11-appenln-ft of the faat Wfi-k foiled Fi-oni th* Telegraph Colnmai. Reports of the likelihood of a renew al of the trouble among the Indians at Leach Lake. Minn., are not credited at the Indian bureau, at Washington. A icpoit is current involving the es tablishment in San Fiancisco by the most widely known financial men of tl.e world of a ?nmmercial bank, with a paid-up capital of $5,000,000. The snow-bound train on the Chey enne fit Northern at Wheatland has been abandoned by the company offi cials, who will take steps to rescue the passengers by sleds. Acting Postmaster-Genera! Heath has issued an older directing that here- Hfter fees for postal money or.lets issued in the United States for payment in Cuba shall he the same as those tiled for domestic money orders. Orders have been issued for the mus ter out of the First Texas a...

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

TEMPORARY BORDER li One May Be Located in Alaska Soon. TO AVOID POSSIBLE TROUBLE There I* (trowing Danger or a Bartons ( leali Between Americana and I eue ilian. Near the Border. Washington, March 22.—The Brit ish ambassador, Sir Julian Pauncefute, conferred today with Secretary Hay in reference, it is undeistocd, to a modus vivendi to be observed along the Alaska bolder in onlei to obviate the possi ttility of a clash, {lending the final de limitation of the border. The need of this has been emphasized within the last few days by reports of n battle between the Canadian ami the American prospectors on the Procupine river. Theße repoits have caused con siderable uneasiness in official circles in London, and efforts have been made to learn the facts. There has been no official information, however, either here or in London. Just such a clash has been expected, and theiepoits have served to direct the attention of officials Ol the need of effecting a border ar rangement. The prelimina...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 23 March 1899

IHE YAKIMA HERALD. BAii.KY. nam & Becom, I'uliliahera. Pabllaled every Thuraday; anhacrlption "11.00 p«r year in advance. Artvcrtlalug rat** ni...i application. TirtRSDAY. MARCHtS, 1*99. A Spokane lawyer informed the Su perior court the other day that "the Northern Pacific Ind no line to lie i veil." The company, however, runt through » heavenly country in YsKima end bor ders close onto Horse Heaven. A retired Yakima editor adverttaea that ne will Induct embryonic editors into the in> »ti" i sof j inriialisin for an honorarium. What i» needed is lor same one to direct hia energies to the handle end ol a grub hoe. There is more in it. The legal death penalty b.v th^clectrie .■hair in New York Monday of Mrs. I'lsee was the first electrocution of a woman In that state. Governor Boose veil, who denied her clemency, is a young man and will probably live to regretit. The death of Gilbert Miller, recording .■lerk for the secretary of state, will oo casino sadness in Yakima, where, d...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 23 March 1899

WHAT PEOPLE SAY. A Transient Record of Private Opinions Publicly Excresse-J. H. .1. Cameron—There were lietween fifty and seventy-five sheep ineii at the convention of wool growers at roudle-^ ton. There were nearly lhat many rail road m«n looking for business. There was nothing transpired of local interest. W. 11. Vessey—lloug McAllister has been quarantinm! with his sheep at Pros ser and he threatens to sue the county for damages and he may lncluda the N. I* Ky. company fur charging two much pasturage. W. I, Stabler—l fear we h*v« a white elephant on our hands in the i'hilippines but I don't Hee how we can let go. The conditions seem to be forced upon us. Moses Ward —My brother, I, X.. has been bed ridden nearly four weeks. He is very feeble and does not reoognizn nny one and takes nothing lint liquid nour ishment. His ailment started with the grip. John Cleinan The bleak list law, sign ed hy the governor, while il may not be very ell'.s'tiial, (b*VHiops a airoog putilie sentiment...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 23 March 1899

To Fathers and Mothers: Aii almoftl new organ cnn be hud of ns for S4T, and a new one almost as low. Weslno have a BRAW HEW PIANO which we are offering at #2©© on in stallments. II is A I in every respect, guaranteed in tone ami workmanship I'or »» j ears. Yon have until April 20lh to take it at that price after that date it will be sold at a profit to the company. We lE-ZIIZTI. BSSSBBB3f__P are using this I'iano as a drawing card and ir— jj .. __—« p =f R give yon onr word of honor that yon will find if ' |f| i Lff_l2s^l Si r : as we say- beautiful in tone, workmanship and |||l MSm^lt g_J I finish. Parents, yon owe the children an edn- m—^^^M^l cation, in imisie as well as otherwise. We will A ~ | ffiy**- || assist yon as far as weean and give the poorest jjp^^^^^^^^^g^S^^^^g^d an equal show with the richest. We will sell ■--=^^^^^^^^^^^^^[f ;^ :.|j yon an instrument at from QUI to $8 per month, ;"V,'!^~*^^^^^^^^ r ;^~~^fp J thus will the Wiley B. Allen Co., do their part. || W ' T...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 23 March 1899

Thonaands are Trying It. In order to prove the great merit of Ely's Cream Balm, thn most effective cure for Catarrh and Cold iv Head, we have pre pared a generous trial size for 10 rents. Get it of your druggist or send 10 «ents to ELY BROS., "0 Varron St.. N. Y. City. I suffered from ciVarrh of tlio worst kind ever since n boy. and I ne\er hoped foi cure, but Ely's t.'re un Balm t-ecins to dc even that. M.* . acquaint met s have nm d it with excellent ramrfta, 'scar Oatruin, 45 Warren Aye., Chicago, ill. Ely's Cream Balm ia the acknowledged cure for catarrh and contains no coc'iine. mercury nor any injurious drug. Price, bO cents At druggists or by mnil. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. Carroll B. OBAYM, Kllcnatinru, !ka I. I-.--..1 i.iiAKi*. Nortli Yakima Q RAVES A ENGLEHART, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Kooma 7 and 8, Second floor, Flrat National Bank building. TONES A GUTHRIE, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Over Klrat National Rank, North Yakima, Waah WHITSON (U'ARKER' *m»n whitson if I rilK.il I'AKK KR ATTORNEYS A...

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