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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 30 March 1899

RoVal. Baking Powder Made from pure cream of tartar. Safeguards the food against alum* Alum baking powders are Ihe greatest menaccrs to health of the present day. aov.L BAWII.O aOWOCW CO., NEW YORK. BRIBE IT.KSOYU SEWS NOTES .1 in Schlutiipl i» registered at the Yak ima from Seattle. (ieo \V. Driver and wife and Meadie Oliver, ol Tacomi, arc guest j of the Yak ima. The Shearer house, opposite the court house, is resplendent in a new coat of paint. K. V. Henson is registered at the Yak ima. His little danghtercame over from Tacoma on Tuesday to visit friends. A. L. Aitkine,formerly a rancher on the Natchez ia erectiiu a cottage iv thoneigh borhoodof Dr. tiunn's residence. (ieo. W. Kiinimer. of Seattle, repre senting the Denny Clay A l'ipe com pany, has heen in the city several days on business Imt. Leonard Thorpe and daughter. Miss Maggie, who has been at school in Ha cine, Wis., for some time, returned to North Yakima on Sunday. l'rof. Barge is having his new cottages on Fourth stre...

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. — 6 April 1899

The Yakima Herald. VOL. XI, M * * § #" W * ** i * fISES& Fishing t^^A < *%P "aclrle |||p. We have opened a large and ea re fully se ▼ leeted line of fine tackle, but v ish to call «, particular attention to one assortment of * Mi, Linen noi Silt Lines < w in which we have tine goods and % allies. Jointed Rods, 75c to $6.00. .ma. _ 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 ±fc. find our assortment good and our prices right. ******** I ? Agents for Phoenix and Golden Eagle Bicycles. * YAKIMA HARDWARE COMPANY ' *i ♦ * * * . * _*_ - lT\ Fine Shoes / FOR Wear. JAT__\\lA ' -- -■*,* '.^^^Hfe'-A 'UQB______ \ ll PI ft #"^ mmA Oiiififsi-te fisfliii. « BwicKt I^3* L.____f Prices arc right. We would call ■L co *^. \ ""/ your special attention to our line \ ji v<\ \ / of Men's tan Vici Kid Shoes in ffitSfe--. """"^ \ Congress and Lace. -^ DUDLEY SHOE CO. \^r_^"C^\r?i:^\'CT>_l'r_\^r^'l •—.%---—...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 6 April 1899

THE YAKIMA HERALD Uallaj, Tuvalrr A MrComb, lobll.lirr. NORTH YAKIMA WASH. I NEWS OF I m t --ii. i.r*-ii..ii.i»»• I tot low of tii-*. Import ant llapp. iniig. of tho rant V*-..a ■ i 1u11...1 From th« I Hog rapfc ColumDl. Ecnador has decided to go to the gold basis. Immense damage to Texas ciops by frost is rejHirted. The maple sugar crop of Vermont Will be a total failure this year. A presidential boom in behalf of Richatd Olney has been launched. Kive bodies were tecovered in the ruir.e of the Armour felt works, at Chi cago. Washington gossips are busy with tlie name of General MucArtbur as a piesidential iioesibility. Admiral Dewey ia eaid to have cabled to Washington a requisition for more men and mine ships. I'lans aie afoot to reorganize the National Red Cross Society, witb a view to greatly increasing its scope. Brigadier-General D. A. Flagler, chief of ordnance, is dead at his home at Old Point, Va. Clande Holland, a victim of tlie Santa Fee wreck, at Lang, Kan., in IMT, has ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 6 April 1899

NATION'S DEAD MRS Bodies to Be Interred at Ar lington Cemetery. PRESIDENT MKINLEY'S ORDER Cortege Cerrylnj llodles or Men Who Fell In < Hint and I'orlo Itlro to Ba ' Appropriate^ Received. Washington, April s.—The president j today issued the following executive Older: Tt is fitting tbat in behalf of the' nation a tribute of honor be paid to memories of the men who lost their! lives in their country's service during the late war with Spain. It is the more fitting, insatnuch as in consonance with ! the spirit of our free institutions and! in obedience to the most exalted ! promptings of patriotism those who 'ere sent to other shores to do battle for their country's honor under theii country's flag went freely f>om every quarter of our beloved land, each sol- l diet and each sailor parting from home; ties and putting behind him private interest in the presence of the stern , emergency of an unsought war with an : alien foe was an individual type of the .'e\ ..tion of the citizen...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 6 April 1899

ilil: VAKIMA HERALD. nmi iv n r-i i:v ,(. Mi i * Ciil.li-. • - iniiii.*• „it in iv Tlinndar; ißbscrtptlon 11.00 pn nm , «Ivann* tdvertlslni rates i||...|, Spplll stl.ili NOTICE. \|| soi i, ties ■1' .-* i.. -an I suets] • Imslnpsa . . Hi. iik onl ....... . ■ taxi .1 „ ran . „.* -.. ii .en.-I. - •—• .*.i 'linn*. „ ,- fm . ham - In .. i tTtlv i.. •- ■liiinld * K . hus ■ m •* In * *i **k '" •-• ;. unl, in, .i ... ufei ii * i * *- - iidliia , „pi so It will rea h us unl inter than Vie I net la Till /i'W'l I. Al'Rll. ■ 1899, The governor ol Nebraska who veined the joint legislative resolution endorsing and thmikiiu-r mo .Manila boya for their patriotic valor, made lots of votes—for the other M!oW. Are the nabobs who are organizing trusts to limit production, locrWM prices and throttle coin petition aware that they aro teaching Ihe people socialism, for this is what the present --jsteiii *ill lead to iv the near future. ll was Ibe man behind the gun who was tho hern ot tbo Spanish war and ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 6 April 1899

If you wont rt stvli-»1i turnout or livery ri^ of goy descrip tion, you can get it .it the O. K. Stables BACOND ATMBET. aW'T'tfymt pm. ■ — nj. Finest Trams ia tiie City. Saddle horses to |..|. Hoarding and feeding ol horses i specialty, You win tin.l court..oi i treatment and prompt service wltb us, and our rates are H ;| right, too. \. .1 SHVW. Propr. ttlin, 11 be When you s» to Prosser to buy Harness, but go tn b. D. Lapea. as he haa a first-elaas harness shop ami his ttock i- complete in Light and Heavy Harness, Saddles, Bridles, Blankets, Gloves, Axle Grease -fn fart . eryrl ug carried in a Brst'dasi liarueM -imp. A lull .ni "i the International -t...k Pood. \ goods guaranteed Hrst-clais and aold at t ed r<>rk prli en tor ca*h L. ID. LAPE Prosser, Wash. Highest Cash prices Paid for BBBF HIDES. SHEEP PELTS, CALF SKINS Br—-" FURS Our line of fresh Meats, Hams and Bacon is al ways kept complete, clean and neat. If you are not already a customer give us a call. H. J. Rand Colu...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 6 April 1899

Serins Sons gram Ika Qtrmmn 9/ thine, dont into l-n --gUeh '.(/ Her. Andrrot Bard s.iltli wlii*|ii t- in in y Mill Haste tweet "f tettaa: Far and near tlirnneh wn.nl ami wnl.l Mai U'll ciliim'S ring. I.itiU- -iiiil' lulie wings and tii Tn vim garden fair: II a rn*c tliniican.t espy Olve my luve tn her. — Ilic Stale. THU SUTR PAIR. The Board Met on Monday to Discuss Ways and Means for the Holdlnc of Two Fairs. The board nl state fair cimniissionere met at the office of tl.e -secretary .in Mon ilav. Present, llaxter, (iiinn, Lea ami Schnehlcy. Tl c absent inetiilier, Dan Stewart, it ia rnmorptl ir tends resigning owing to the pressure of his private busi ness interpetg on his time. The old offi cers were re-elected. The entire day was consumed io an interchange of views in executive session. It was agreed that a fair hie.ii..l he held this Octoher and in October, 1900, so that the exclusive „•".* of only one lair belli held, as published in a local paper, is erruneoiis. The gaml.ling ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 6 April 1899

EXTRAORDINARY a^utitti^iHi^ %# JUk 1 . I I mM . DRY GOODS AND MEN'S FURNISHINGS j. j. McDonalds new store. STONE BL.DG.. SOUTH FIRST ST., NORTH YAKIMA. Tlie following is a list of suitable goods for Spring and Summer wear at prices that will insure rapid selling : Men* Underwear Men's Fine French ltslhrinKmi Sliirta or Drawers 45c Men'n Silver <iray Bibbed Shirts or Drawers 50c Men's F.xtra Fin" Halbriiwan Shirts or Drawers JWc Men's Fine Merino Shins or Drawer IS5c, or per suit $1.25 Men's Natural Wool Shirts or Drawers.. 90c Men'a Fine Oatocl'a Hair Shirts or I irawera $1.00 Men's Soft Neitlittee Shirts 50c Men's Heavy Cheviot Overabirta.. . .50c Men's Fine Twill Overehirte 50c Meu's Fine Black SHteen Shirts,tisand 85c Men's Heavy Navy Flannel Wool Shirts $1.75 and a 2 25 Men's Fedora Hats, Colors Brown and Black, Special $1.85, $1 65, $175, ll.ttO and $2.10 Men's Socks Men's tirey S»ainless Socks 5c Men's Fancy Tan Seamless Socks, 3 pairs for 25c Men's 1- it-f Cotton Hose, Bla...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 6 April 1899

Tli.i.i.iii.l* nri» Trying It. Tn order to prove Ike great merit ol Ely's Cream Balm, tic ansa affsativa cur. for Catarrh and ( old in Head, wo have pre pared a geiier.ini trial size fnr 1(1 eaOAm Oct it of your draggtat of semi 10 cents to ELY MUM., *.'•. Wait! n St.. N. Y. City. I suffsred from catarrh of the ivnrst kind ever Since a bu. an I I Mil r Imped foi cure, imt Ely's Cream Italia Minns to dr even that. M;my n. quaint.ni" s hate used it with excellent results, linear Outrun!. 45 Warren A\e , Chicago, 111. Ely's Cream Balm is the acknowledged cure for catarrh and contains no aocaine, mercury nor ntiy injurious drug. Price. 60 cents. At druggist! nr I y mail. PIWFKSfiIO.XAL CI KDS. I'.KRiui. H OaaVBS, Klli nuliiirr, Ika I. Kni.lehakt, Snrtli Yakima QBAVKB ft KNUI.KHART, ' ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Rooms 7 and t, Hecond flour, Flrat National Hauk building. JONES A GUTHRIE, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. (iver First National Hank. North Yakima, Wink WHITSON A PARKKR' *r>wi, waneo* > V I rRKI...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 6 April 1899

\^_____W_^_P_*_m^^AwL<__.^^ GREAT^^— | \*md* DISSOLUTION Aa ■ • SALE . . I - I j Mr. Berens retires from the firm of 11. 11. Schott & Co. In order to settle up ja J IV the affairs of the firm we must reduce our stock $10,000 and to accomplish this H J 1 offer Big lllillicenicilts as this is the only adjustment we could make satis- H 3 II factory to all parties. The length of time of sale will be governed by the prices. H | ■ 1 W(> will endeavor to give the exact number of each article and when these goods 8 i 1,8 now in stock are gone, we will not have any more at these prices, so if you want g 3 p '^* to get the good things at this sale don't wait until they are all sold and then find E H fault with us. We reserve nothing. A bicycle given away during this sale. H ] Sale Begins Friday April 7th I Hg Store will be open during each day of sale from 6:30 a m until 9:30 pm. Our books will Sh •a\ be closed and all accounts must be settled by either cash or note by May Ist. H I ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 6 April 1899

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Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 6 April 1899

what reone say. A Transient: Record of Private Orinions Publicly Expressed. Sain ('linppeli —1 havo sold out my fnrm near town and will move into the city with my ftmily mid gn into husi. nes*. Probably I shall start a wood yard. I received cash, $4,1)011'.f0r my place ami negotiated the sale myself. Aimer Sinclair-The last winter was short but tho coldest I>vor knew (Iln the Natchez valley. I lostitwenty ,'acrea of alfalfa by the freeze and Willi have to seed again. Wo -jet usually six ißcfeta of Ice but last winter the ieo was four teen inches thica. The ground froze to a depth .1 ih tee feet. We have no troii tile with potatoes or bonus volunteering an they were all killed in the ground. J. I*. McCafferty—l suppose the school board will soon ho ordering election in vote on the school |liin',ling propositon again. It will Ibe beaten, though I should be aorry to see It. The only thing that will carry now before the people in that line ia a move to add sn ell to tbe Columbia scho...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 6 April 1899

FRUIT SYRUP i ate AT W. L. MALLOY'S. Choice Line Imported nnd Domestic ■L'it|iiis. Irish l-'riilts unl Canlles Always In Stock Dnhhor N-erk . Wol abtt of It. Thin la only looklne fnr TJf Pb«t ril«<-» m town to PurcbMJ _JC"rVI.SB. HE HAS FOUND IT AT THh. AGENCY FOX CRAWFORDS JOHN SIWBRIIGE North Yakima. These are the Best wheels on the market today. Onr Crawford Chain.ess ;it $6o is perhaps what >oti are looking lor We have chain wheels at $30, 3a, 35, 40, and $50 that arc superior to any thing on the market Bicycle ReDairino: a Specially. i I SEE CURRY BROS.' (The Yakima Aye. Tailors) ANNOUNCEMENT NEXT WEEK. ** •buss -To iss. The Yakima Hotel Bus will take you to any part of the city for 25c. The drays will deliver your freight or baggage promptly and in good con dition. Having purchased these outfits, we are in the field for any and all business in our line. IMTBBLE3, li uml J. ('. HROOKEK, Proprietors. ipet and Yakima Avenue. iIOISIWS Khiit is Ciointi on Dully uf Interest to...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 6 April 1899

New Goods are Coming In j■* n_ Z — ZJ*^^^*. ° * almost every day at the S ! IS IB li NORTH YAKIMA FURNITURE STORE, 7 it* •' 1 ' /^I il.'l \__\l *$$ an<* ,arc goin £ dt Prices which are within the reach of all. \_Z___m*_*\\ ■ k^f^'^MS^^^^'^^ JL W—f C extcnc* a cordial invitation to the people to call and ____i_tp___l_\________f?__}ttl 'I . _\-w_fti'i get prices. We hope to please you with good goods at ______tn9g^^ 'l^^v^^wfe^y^iiil ot l * i/__*iw___wJ It fair prices, and ourselves with reasonable profits and I "li ' ■* J ---^-4-* n ,r^l**--SJ*f^ S* quick returns. Don't forget the place. Next door to North Yakima Furniture Company a. ■■ iiou i Kit, a. ■.. ri.ivr, ■■■■aass NOKTH YIKIMA AM) VICINITY. M. X S one. of (liitlnok, was a Hkkai.ii visitor on Tuesday. M. s'horn's vehicles make a friend every time hn sells oue. li-tf The \V. C. T. I', will hold its regular meeting at the bona of Mrs. Whipple on Tuesday next. Marion and Marjorie Spratt, of the Moxee, have gone to Chicago to v...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 6 April 1899

f/t/y/>r-w-te wro/Ve r/6wr//yo^-^//y^ AT tbe bond of tbo &000 regulars in tbo Philippine Islands Is a modern righting machine. Its Maw Is I.a w inn -Henry W. Lawton— and for nearly forty years It has worn the uniform of tbo I'nlted Stntes army. It has risen from tho ranks, this light ing machine, lenvlng behind It other machines ns strong possibly, but less fortune le Henry W. Lawton wns Ixim In Ohio fifty-six years ago. Ho was a country boy nnd got only a common school edu ratloti not any too much of It. It Is to be doubted if ho would buvo lonrne-d a great deal If kept steadily at college un til be attained his majority. Kiupbat- Icnlly ho is not a book man. Studying the printed page has boon to bim al ways a task and uever a pleasure. Men are bis books men und happening*. Ills folk wore plain farmer folk. From them bo derived his length and size of bone. Tbe tremendous muscles, tho tireless endurance which bavo marked him lii later life had tbe beginning of the development...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 6 April 1899

Don't Mind Ih* Weather. There is one thing that does not mind the weather, and that is rheuma tism; and one tiling that doee not mind rheumatism is St. Jacobs Oil, a* it goes to work upon it and cures tight off. A Town Without Hog*. Pisek, Bohemia, is probably the only dogless town in tbe world. In conse quence of a death from hydrophobia, the authorities ordeied every dog in the piacs killed.—Chicago Tribune. I "Spring Unlocks The Flowers To Taint the Laughing Sod." And not even Nature ivould allow the flowers to grow and blossom io perfection without good soil. Now Nature and people are much alike; the former must have sunshine, latter must have pure blood in order to have perfect health. Hood's Sarsaparilla cures blood trouhles of all sorts. It is to the human system What sunshine is to nature—the destroyer of disease germs. It neirr amagpotmat. Poor Blood—"The doctor said there were not seven drops of good blood iv my body. Hood's Sarsaparilla built me up and made tne strong and...

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

RoYal Baking Powder Made from pure cream of tartar. Safeguards the food against alum. Alum baking powders are the greatest menacers to health ol the present day. pov«i ammo eowoes 00., wtw yobk. THR LOCAL ROUND-UP. N. 11. l.illie was in town Tuesday from Portland. M. Schorn sells standard vehicles only. b»-tf Congressman .Tones has returned from a trip to the Sound. The wife of Rev. Lyons Is recovering from a protracted Illness. J. R. Cnrren*, of this city, was in Ta coma the first of the week. Mrs. rim he I). Adams is visiting this city on business from her home in Spo kane. Another car of Studebaker wagons ia now being loaded at tiie factory for the Yakima Hardware Co. It is currently reported that Mrs. Henry Schott has purchased the Thomas Lund property on the avenue. Judge Davidson came from Pasco on Tuesday to be roady for the hearing of the Wenas water case on Wednesday. Kleetrie Pocket knives and razors are fully warranted by the Yakima Hard ware Co. You take no risk when you...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 13 April 1899

The Yakima Herald. vol. XI, * /3asw^£\ CSc___\__S_f___rm /•SiSflt^K v^V^v r7 ■-■■-_•••■ _ At \^V>V ri * n^hs^' Tackle wmw^l Wt* have opened a lai*^< k and ea refill I } »€■ t leclcil line of line tackle, but wish lo call . particular allculiou to om* assortment ol' r Braided, Linen and Silt Lines .*£. in vi hicli w-r li.it <- line anil vsiliii's. Jointed Rods, 75c to $6.00. 4* _ 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 A*, find our assortment good and our prices right. ** ** ** ** !• Agents for Phoenix and Golden Eagle Bicycles. * MIA HARDWARE COMPANY *E # £ §t £ £ £ A SHOES ,_M_i Don't make il your aim to buy cheap Wk but buy good goods Cheap, and here Si is where you will get them. For the next fKK THIRTY DAYS SL\ » you will have a chance to get a $3.50 shoe for $2.90; its a Cor \\ Wi dovan welt sewed bottom, plain toe, lace or congress, sold all ifl Wi over for $3.50. It is easy and ...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 13 April 1899

THE YAKIMA HERALD fe*ll»r. Tn..l.t a Mrl omb. I' ul. 1 lihr r • 9-' - NORTH YAKIMA WABH. thTnews OF I ifK < nm |.r.-hrl..l> f ll.ii.w nr th. 1.n|...rl ant llappfinlngi of ton I'n.t Wr»k t 'ailed From the Telegraph « .. I n in n«. There hss heen a heavy fall in tha firice of wheat in the Chilean market. Fire at Lead, S. IV destroyed prop erty woith $100,000. One entire block of building* was consumed. The Keyßtone Plate Company, of Usthlshi'in, Pa., has increased the wages of its sraployes IS per cont. It Is Hnte.l that $228,000 has heen subscribed toward the conßtructiou of ths alumni hal! at Yalo university. A secret movement is under way in Hawaii to flood the Islands with Portu guese laborers from the Azores islands. One hundred and eighty-four Amer icans bave been Killed and tit wound ed ir. the Philippines since hostilities opened. A deci-ion was rendered by Judge Peabody in the i»t. Louis city police court tbat under certain conditions a husband bas the right to beat his...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 13 April 1899

CAPTURE OF ITA Cl Most Interesting Battle of the War. NO AMERICANS WERE KILLED rillplno* Driven From tha City Wish Ureal Lo**—Ueneral Lawton'* Plan* a r-srferl Succ***. Manila, April 12.—Geneial Lawton has captured Santa Cms, at tlio ex treme end of tbe lake, and driven tbe lebels, who were commanded by a Chinaman named Po Wah, into the mountains. The American loss was six wounded. The rebels lost 68 killed and 40 wounded. Santa Cruz was the Filipino strong hold in Lake Laguna de Bay, and it fell into tbe hands of General Lawton's expedition after some sharp, quick fighting, forming one of the most in teresting and important battles of the war. The plans of the American com manders worked perfectly, with the ex ception that the progress of tbe expedi tion was delayed by tbe difficult navi gation of the river. About 1,600 picked men, commanded by General Lawton, on account of tbe illness of General King, partly sur rounded the city while tbe gunboats Laguna de Bay, Oeate and Napidan,...

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