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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 23 March 1899

Vakima Pedacofues Meet. The teschers' sssocistion held in the high school bnilditigSsturdsy, Msrrh 18, did not lack in interest, and was fairly well attended. Among those present were: F. 11. Plumb, lien. K. St. .lohn, Mrs. St. John, t'arrio S. Young, liessie Needham, Mary Young, Matilda Wiley, t'arrie I.iveeley. Alhertine Kidman, John Kings bury, Olive Orosno, Mrs. Ilrackett, Jack son Richmond, Harvey Pent, Mr. LatH mer, Mr. Trainer, Mr. Mcßride, Ruben Swartz, !•'. A. Stahl, C. X. Slalil The topics discussed were. "Should current events be taught in our schools, snd the best method nf teaching t hem ;" am! "Suggestions to teachers based on hclii-mil visitations. The former topic whs discussed during tbe forenoon session. Nearly all the teachers took pun in the discussion. Among tbe ttin.it Important points al issue were: What periodicals are best suited fnr the school rooms, an.l should a child Se allowed to rettA ssnaa tional articled found in the daily papers? In the afternoon Pr...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 23 March 1899

If you want a stylish turnout or livery rig of any descrip tion, yon can get it at the O.K. Stables SECOND STREET. 1 1. 1 ,d!r*** mm -* mm.^. t '^apA^A W^AnlA EEw-wGE^EEr^—E, W+Tt^ npf m. jf ttj **--"*t «-,r tmmStmJjm^^ Finest Tnrnonts in the City. Saddle horses tn !«t. linnriling and fording of horseis *i Specialty. Yon will tind I'liiiricni-i treatment and |iriiiii|it -service wi". na, Htnl (mr rati is srp all right, too. \. I SIMW. tap, Gentlemen, Don't De When ymi im in I'mhiM'! to liny Harm*-*', hut go tn 1., n. Lapse, as hs has • Brat-etaa harness t.|in|i au.l lila Murk ia OOmplstS In Light and Heavy Harness, Saddles, Bridles, Blankets, Gloves, Axle (ircaac-In fact everything carried in a Avst-olass harness shop, A full line of the International stuck Pood. All ■ Is guaranteed Brst-claaa and sold at bad nick prices lot eaall Ij. ID. L__-_?__3 Prosser. Wash. Highest Gash prices Paid for BEEF HIDES. SHEEP PELTS, CALFSKINS^"-" FURS Our line of fresh Meats, Hams and Bacon is al wa...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 23 March 1899

lAHiUIAI Memorial H(innt"» fur Kiilph Vmßm* Hirh. DBEPC9T 90RR0N EXPRESSED) The Pii-.ii-. snd Teschers of the High School Show Their Sympathy The Christian Church Joins is the Ceremonies- Eulogy of s Schoolmate. The Christian rtmrch was ilirongel last Sunday morning b? many friends aid sympathizers o' Ihe family of Ralph VanHiiskirk. Scores i.f people could not gain en'rance. The choir rendered ap propriate music, and R- vs. I VV. Kim rael and F. Waldon preached patriotic and el(Mpi"iil sermoi'S and delivered elo ipient eulogies on the life and character of the dead aoldier. The services at tested the general esteem the deceased •was held in hy the ciiiiimnni'v and the congregation of which he was a member. Were In I llkiiiiii to attempt to print all the eulogies and troupes ot esteem received Irnin the many friends of the dead soldier hoy, all anxious to do him j honor, sever il pages would have to be added to tbe aiae o( the paper. The fol lowing testimonials to Ihe high character...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 23 March 1899

New Goods are Coming* In i B^k! \t\h ttH 1 NORTH YAKIMA FURNITURE STORE, fi mil r^w\\^^k\\\ £) /^W*-Uwiwl jM anC* a' : KoinK at Prices which arc within the reach ol all. ■»^-__er-*/i \_f\i^'^l^ri_F^fe^''^l^ x _L'VF T^ C cxtcnc* a cor^'a' invitation to the people to call and \\\^ m WaW^~- — 1 __r^_rffaß«___iffi 1 1'• 'H jftS^ ?ct P r'ccs- c no Pc to P'casc V°u with good goods at Xttmm^^d^^i' PU^^fr->«^^>s^*>''■ | tair Pr>ccs> and ourselves with reasonable protits and North Yakima Furniture Company A. B. IIOUtKII, A. 1.. HIM, tlnnngera. NOKTH Y-XKIMA AM) VICINITY. Nels Short is Miilferiii!: Irom an attack of rheumatism. liev. 11. M. Itirtlnti wan at Kiona and Sunnyside tbis week M. Sihorn's vehicles make a friend every time he sells one. li tf Remember the millinery opening at The Wonder, Friday, Saturday and Mon day next. Thos. Welch ie in jail for thirty da>s for shoplifting a pair of shears and a punch from Grass it Vletciilf's paint store. The tool- were worth 18...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 23 March 1899

1 Caught in a Storm, f £P -»*J ______ Wt tfK •••••• '"J JL lilan\^^^^r^*^*r\^\r\r*tr*kr*t r\r*,r*\i^.r\ r^r^r*.r^r^.r\rsttlS^ft VV %?\^s^\J\P\P\?7\^&mr***l*r %2I 'aat l£r fc^slr -^-J *fclM^i^%lr l> ** f I IF.ItK are some advantages." | said Ituniild meditatively. "In • being n cousin, after all." He addressed Angelica, who sat op pnalte him. All uliout them was deep bin. serenity on one liiind stretching swiiy to meet In a line with a fainter ar.iin. on ihe other merging distantly Into long shining musses of greenish brown rocks, with nigged cliffs tower ing above I ben. Angelica's hat was tilled n little forward and the breeze darted In mining her curls, to-slng them merrily abont her face, she was a diminutive person In all respects save two. which two were particularly la R.\ brill.nnt, languishing, and iv every way dsiipi'ous. "Hut ou the whole. Angelica," added Ronald, deliberately, "l regret that I Bin in any way related to or connected wit), you." "Itotiald!" she ox cl...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 23 March 1899

Go lo Wnrh. Oo to work on Lumbago as if yon In-1 tended to cure it, and with the use of Ht. Jacobs Oil it csn be cured very J promptly and sutely. Rub hard for [ penetration. In Japan fashion oompels married' women to blacken tbeir teeth, not as an ornament, but to make them ugly and save them from temptation. " Oat of Sight Out of Mind/ In other months we forget the harsh winds of Spring. xSut they have their use, as some say, to blow out the bad air accumulated after Winter storms and Spring thaws. There is far more important accumulation of badness in the veins and ar teries of humanity, which needs Hood's Sarsaparilla. This great Spring Medicine clarities thf blood hs nothing else can. It cures scro fula, kidney dinease, liver troubles, rheu matism and kindred ailments. Thus it Eives perfect health, strength end appetite for months to come. Kidneys ' My kidneys troubled me, aid on sdvice took Hood's Sarsaparilla Which gave prompt relief, better appetite. Ify sleep Is refreshing....

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 23 March 1899

RoVA- Baking Powder Made from pure cream of tartar. Safeguards the food against alum. Alum baking powders are the greatest mrnacers to health of the present day. mm aaaiNO row-ota 00., ma town. ii nm is (Cnntitilicil Iniiii lir»t pam) grey team and surrey, several dozen chickens, t«o hogs snd vegetables galore. Charles Niles, mv driver, and I drive twice a day from Santa Anna to onr Manila barracks, as all our quartermaster stores are still there, ami our surrey and grey team are the swiftest on the road. I am one of the lucky ones thus far. 11l M:-. W. I.KACII, 'Quartermaster's Sergeant., From Sentant Wiicbt. Santa Anna, P. I , Feb. 8, '99. Mi Ih.Ait Motiikh: At last I have ound time to tell you what we have done in the battle of the 4th and 6tb of Febru ary. I hardly know where to liegin, so mi.eh has happened. I escaped the bul lets, all bnt one, which scratched my cheek under my lelt eye. It only drew a drop or two of blood and I didn't notice it until all was over. Saturday eve...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 30 March 1899

The Yakima Herald. VOL. XI, Fishing $®E&a ... mmmv mt mm \^gZ^*n. JffFfc' " Tackle We have o|Miinl a large and careful ly sc ▼ leeted line ol'fine tackle, but *vi*h to call <: t> particular attention to one assortment ol' * Brail Lira ai Si lis * Aa\ in which ir,e have line gooil* and valuer. * Jointed Rods, 75c to $6.00. We make a leader of our $1 Rod. Reels, Baskets, Fly Hooks, Lead ers, Fly Books, &c. Look over the line when in need- You will find our assortment good and our prices right. ********* Agents for Phoenix and Golden Eagle Bicycles. * YAKIMA HARDWARE COMPANY * At -^ ■*$■ At At 3fr ■$► •■#• ■-#• Second-Hand Bicycles! _^ We have a large number of recond-hand * #/ _-illL Bicycles in excellent condition that can be X * * had "dirt cheap". Look them over. ** ** $J* staSers IMI O O IR, IE <SS IM! Q O IR, IE staSers VAMiI SKIKK S LAST LETTER. How Our Boys Bore Themselves on 'the Field of Battle—Views of Veterans. Santa Anna, Monday, Feb. 13, '9!>. Mv Dkak ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 30 March 1899

THE YAKIMA HERALD ■ •Hi*-. 1 ... -I. . A Mt "Tomb. I ..i.1i.1..-. • NORTH YAKIMA WASH. I NEWS Of IHE WEEK Comprrhenaivn It-i-vlew of th« Import ant llftpp-ar-hi-ga of th-s I'u.l W-sek C'nllnl K-oni thai Trl-KBritph Ciiluaini. China has flatly refused to cede San Mm. bay to Italy. Sectetary Alger and party have left Washington on a vi.»it to Havana. The British. Herman and American ministers at Peking have addressed notes to the Tsutig-li-vamen, demand ing a settlement of the Shanghai for eign settlement extensions question. Work in the ruins of the Hotel Windsor, in New Yoik, continues with unabated vigor. A great many chaired bones are being found, but cannot be put together to foini entire skeletons. The Erie Limited jumped the track 10 mllei from Akron, <)., the engine and baggage car going into the ditch, almost instantly killing tiie engineer, and seriously injuring tho liicinan and one passenger. A rear-end collision between two freight trains on the Flint iV Peie Mar quett...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 30 March 1899

REBEL FORCES GUT 111 TWO Filipinos Defeated in a Most Decisive Battle. AMERICAN LOSSES SLIGHT MmiT of the Enemy Killed and Cap tured— Town or I ..lo Taken hy Qem eral Otla' Troopa. Manila, March 27. —The movement of the American troops today swept the insurgents hack toward Malahon. General Harrison Gray Otis' brigade is in front of La Loloma, where there is a stietch of a mile of rough, open country. The insurgent trenches in ti... edge of the woods are four teet deep, and furnish a good head cover. The American troops advanced on the double quick, yelling fiercely and occasionally dropping in the glass and t ting by volley. The natives stood * til the Americans were within 300 yards of their position, and then broke ' and ran for the woods. About 30 of them were killed in the outskirts and 70 of them on the mads Tho Montana and Kansas troops met the hottest resistance in a strip from which tbe rebels have greatly worried ! the Americans recently during tbe i.ight time. Ninety minu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 30 March 1899

ME VAKIMA HERALD, BAII.KY. TtrtSl KY I Hi i OHM, I'ul.liatiiia. Pahlii-' sd every Thursday; aniMcrlptlnn 11.00 p«r year in advance. A.lverltsitiK ratea upon hj.|.... ni it.i. NOTICE. All netstMS, ehvicbssandseelal or baalataa orvHiii-'Htiiit'a advertising •ntertalnroenti to which an mlml-si, 11 lee i* chanted •vtll ba taxed regular rstea for iocs advertising nm* i tittin*. t e|iy fur ctianL'ca in advsrtlwmentj *hnulil resell as early In ths neck n. Insure Insertion. Cormp .il.ienta will confer a favor l.v «eil.tlug ropy an it Will l*S h ns net later Mum WsdBSS- Jay. Till KSh.l 1 , U.l/," // ■■* . 1999. AI'Vl-.1l /'/>/•.' YAKIMA. The bono seekers' rates established by tbe transconti entaN have turned a flood-tide of Immigration toward the far west, The city of Lewiston, Idaho, which but a few short ysars ago wss a mere hamlet ia experiencing a genuine and what appears a lasting revival of husiness Tlie mlliix of travel ill that region is enormous. The town now numbers eight thousa...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 30 March 1899

If you want a stylish turnout or livery rig of any descrip tion, you can get it at the O. K. Stables second STREET. • af jr[, ~n-^-*^**^.%, ' mgA *aat a t'Xm mW^\m\ T m jr. n 111_[_ i "^Br^TTiy1 -^" s"^ Finest Turnouts in tie City. Saddle horses to It. Boarding and feeding of horses i specialty, You «il! tin.l rmtrteoti< treatment antl prompt servh-e wltl us, ami our rates are all right, too. \. J SHUV. Propr. Mii. 11 be when jroa go to Proner to tray RaneM-, hut en (v L !>• I.h,t>, «*• hi' bun t.rt-t class hUB-Mi ifeop Ami hift stork m complete la Light and Heavy Harness, Saddles, Bridles, Blankets, Gloves, Axle Qftua—in fact everything carried in h tirst-Hans harness Mm p. A full line <if the International stock Pood. Ail foodi gnareateed tirst class au<i nM at bed ruck (.net's f..r catfc L. 3D. LAPE Prosser. Wash. Highest Cash prices Paid for BEEF HIDES, SIEEP PELTS. CALF SKINS SP" FOBS Our line of fresh Meats, Hams and Bacon is al ways kept complete, clean and nea...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 30 March 1899

WHAT PEOPLE SAY. A Trsnsitnt Record of Privttt Opinions Putllcly Expressed. Tobi-is Heokner -Mabton is Improving right along. A company of BtttSeM is drilling an artesian well and bate drilled down about a hundred feet, 'ibis will be .« wuri.tf rlnl thing for that section If I successful. My beaith is sn poor that I sin going hack to my ranch for my \ heallh's sake. .in.lgi- DavMaon- I tin nt helievo in aliow ing sui.»i.ltsry <iues ions nl public i policy to take pn ••eilence o\oi viihl prin ciples of reform It would te a grave mistake fnr the rilorm fonts tn al nw themselves lo 1... le I inmy from the main issues ol tin in. in reform snd opposition lo trusts ami oilier monopolies that tll reetly eonc-irti tti'l iiv-rHgt* citi/..»n. lie feat will surely overtake any party that in the it,ti Ist of a w»r suiters the admin istration to monopolies all tbe glory ami tlie practical results. .fudge Krwin--* lam oil'lor Dawson. I am taking two iows along ami as there are only wo cows the...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 30 March 1899

Which Is Best? Why? To THE KntTOR OF Thr Hfrald— Note the personal equation in the choice of language, etc., as indicsted in the following translation in an exsmina tinn in Cifsar'sCommentaries on the Gal lic wars, by the second year class of the high school. The Latin passsge is as follows ami is in in direct discourse: '•(."oiimene entm tleni Immortalci, iptn gra\ - tin homines ex eotiiiiititaliinie reiiint dnleant. ■ititii ]irn seslara sornai ulciiee vellat.liti sa i million's inter.luin res et iliiiturniiireiii itu liiiiittatetii iniiceilpro." The translations are follow ing. l.loyd llanser—For the immortal gods sre wont to grant more prosperous affairs at times ami a longer immunity from punishment to those whom they wish to punish for their sins, that men might gripve the more heavily from the change of fortune. Lawrence Bogle—For the immortal gods nre accustomed to concede to those whom they wish to punish for their sins more favorable affairs ami a longer im munity, that men...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 30 March 1899

?3r /^Caxaw^ r~T*-S*»~i*L'' '\'r~'' --Ss_v \xv KI.VS CRFAM till M lanpoaltlverure. Apply into the nostril*, lli.qui klyati.nrl.e.l. H rent, at Dragndsta nr by until: anmplr. Inc. by mni!. KI.Y BKUTHKKS, 66 Warns St., New York City. I'ROFESSION.II. I AKI>S. carr.ii.i. B. Qsavss, RHeniburs, Ika I. K.N..1.KH akt. Snrth Vakima QRAVXfI A KNd 1.X.1 I ART, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Room*. 7 and *, Seeoii'l floor, First Satlnnal Hank building. JONKS ek QITTHRIE, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. over Kirst National HHiik. North Yakima, Wa-h WHITSON .tPARKERI •»"> »•'»"« ATTORNEYS AT LAW. g^-ntti. .* In First Rations] Bank BuUitlng. DOQLE A RIGG, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Office!! over Yakima National Hank, North Yakima, Wsahlngton. tollN i,. BOYLE, ATTORNEY AT LAW, OPTICS IN Till; IIKKAI.D llllllllMi. Will practice in all the courts of the state ami U. S. 1.-tnd Offices I K. HANKS, DENTIST. Office over l'ot*tofTice. Vakima Hveitue, North Yakima. f 1 7. DII.IN, M. H I'll V.-K'l AN IM, BURGEON. M*til.i.iifel.ii balldl...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 30 March 1899

ABOUT HOPS. As Experienced Grower Shows How to Cull I vate A Successful Hoe Croc Kditor Thk Hkrai.ii:—The production ! of hopH has become onn of the staple in dustries of the I'acitic Const States, Washington, Oregon ami California. Ov«r one hundred thousand bales nf hop* sre grown in these States. Yakima county will furnish about IS.OOO hales slonp of this total Ah the hop Kroner-* have h Inir prospect ahea I ihey should take great care in plowing, cultivating, pruning and trimming ttieir hops, (iive the yards a deep plowing with a 12-inch plow. Hops will grow on different vari eties of soil, but the deep, river bottom land, mixed witn clay, will produce the best ijusiitv ami largest ijt.antitv. Land with h lur.l Mil 1.. i. , should never be used for hops, as it prevent* tha roots from going tlown to draw moisture. In pre paring the soil for planting a new yard should be done not later than February, hut still better if done in (» t .ber or Nov ember, by plowing the land as deep as...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 30 March 1899

The Best Advertised % Ir-—-. "" ,^;^~§M The Most Patronized |H/^^H| W J ill The Least Criticised i The Most Eulogized : ARE THE I , ""p"' l']^eaff=asF=e^^^p j Pianos and Organs 4=^^r=J I i V*^ k£&^ "—=-3=rr" — r /#*•*» i*^ WE SELL. §t^^^^^ Our li*f of splendidly maule, perfectly toned and cheaply sold instruments comprises the best mai mi tact v red in this country. These goods are batched hy our reputation amd our eaish. Hence you aire saife in buying vt if Ii the guarau tee we give. Our method of square dealing, coupled with low prices and easy term*, is whait makes our business thrive. Come in and see our line, includ ing mainy varieties Of small instruments amd musical novelties. 100 Men Wanted TTT#I _ All To r The Wiley B. Allen Co., They are considered the BEST WHEEL now PORTLAND, OREGON in use, and have "solid comfort" written all over them. We have them in different grades CLAUDE BRIGGS, Geil. Age_lt, at different prices. ****** See Them. north yakima. wash. Mil IM What ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 30 March 1899

New Goods are Coming In B |&Si [A] US i NORTH YAKIMA FURNITURE STORE, L^ imlffi gaj^tM' <'■) /^WILw*W trt and arc going at prices which arc within the reach of all. ■■•<& ±*W\ '• (tv^'^M^^^Sj^n V*«l_J&t *•«•■- c cxten^ a cordial invitation to the people to call and Wx ■."'^'4' ■ Jr^r^s__£isr> •' • n-< UOi ' ot P r'ccs' We no Pc to P'casc you w't'l K°°d goods at l^fr_S _^-y |*[lklffiiJ*ir*^M^rr'Pr_liHliL^T__w__r/ h* 'a'r P r'ces» anc^ ourselves with reasonable profits and j '^\\ ' jjfe^*-K-? *"s quick returns. Don't forget the place. Next door to North Yakima Furniture Company A. I). II it ti 111 11. A. 1.. tI.IVI. ■( ... , v . .*. 4 CASTER HEAD GEAR, Local milliners Hold Their Annual levees. - Exclusive Hats for Exclusive People. The annual open ion of ihe Yakims millinery stores is an event in more wave than om The spring revival of tratte in feminine heat! gear means in crease in ihopping all around, fur a nice, new hut laggeetS new drssses, shoes and glove...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 30 March 1899

I '-nTjCi^VJ j« _»■ *^ >»i?"i I I—J •/? vtr I -A GAME WITH DEATH... I i a ■*<.w.-V.w.\i-w--v.w.-tAw.l*e*-- ANNOiiA, an Indian I boy of the tribe of the j ,('oeur d'Alelies, was sitting one evening Wltb AaUloo, Ills little i sister, nt the edge of the forest tin the shore Of Coedl d'Alene Lake . ami was telling her a f i in: ;t.* story, when j nt one of her Interiup tions he laughed nnd ll aiied t tirelessly back ' and looketl Straight lu tothe eyes of a cougar. "If 1 were drowning you would swim out into a great lake. too. like Grand father Gray Heaver did. wouldn't you?" the girl asked. She spoke indignantly, for tbat day she hail beard an oM man amy that boys like Kannoga, who went to school in the rosi nation Instead of Into Ihe forest, cold never be brave Indiana ami she was sure that her brother was very brave. It was her show of Indignation and her eager COUfldence that caused him to laugh now and to lean back. she waited, imt he did not answer. With both bands clasped o...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 30 March 1899

After the Tooling Prnreaa. Don't cool off too quickly after be* Ing In an overheated room. If yon do, yon will need St. Jacobs Oil to cure Lnmhago, which sets in very often af* ter tbe oooliug process. It relaxes the itiffened muscles. An Immune. Biggs—How is your daughter com ing on with ncr music? Hoggs—l don't know wlietehr she is Improving or whether I am getting used to it, but I can stay in the bouse now while ahe is practicing. — Puck. "Evil Dispositions Are Early Shown." Just so evil in the blood comes out in shape of scrof ula, pimples, etc., in children and young people. Taken in j time it can be eradicated by using Hood's Sarsaparilla. In older people, the aftermath of irregular living shows it self in bilious conditions, a heavy head, a foul mouth, a general bad feeling. it is the blood, the impure blond, friends, which is the real cause. Purify that with Hood's Bsrsapsrille und happi ness will reign in your family. BlOOd Poison—"l lived in a bed of lire for years owing ...

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