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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 4 May 1899

nir YAKIMA HERALD. hah ky. rtrnunr .v Mccoits, Pabltnaen. Pnbll»le'l trtty Thnr»ii«y. •utnrrl|itlnn 11.00 |k r \vm In mini AdTOTtMBg r«tt-» apoo ti pi. atloa. r- ■ I TIKHSDAY. MA ) '„ ISM. Tin: SKW B'JHOOI. HOVBB. W*» kv inimthi/e witti tin ;,ri'je<t to CTVSAfI 'I'" --ftemloa in tin' iimiiiitniniil ol m'lhh>i aflWn. Kiid In "iir liutntilc npniiiui thm i- I r l.uM acss for anybody to ctMt lo Phli i- n mat (it ill «hi< h li«riii"ii> »h"iilcl prevail, anil kip.i.l -I).mid lie iluiie fur tbe gMISft liiinilnT. lie pnblli Thin Hcbool h "ii*.' ijtMetion is not a question of h> mpathy, hut one of econ ouiv. Con 111 ix school district all'■ • r.J to liuild • ♦I.S.ihh) gchool houne la the preo ent deplorable condition of its nuances'.' Thia is the proposition our voters are culled upon to determine shortly. I'rorn inent citizens have Jrniuently, in tlie! (oliimiiHof Tiik Hkii.m ii, i Hlled attention to the local burden of tasatfos coiilin imlly ItlCieaslPg. until now the tHxes ...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 4 May 1899

ilipiSfS What i> (iuitifi on Daily nf Interest to All Our I'coplc. MISCKLLANKOIS NKWS NOTRS Items of trsonal and Local Mention Put Into Condensed Form for "The Herald's" Busy Readers. The olil price on choice new tea at Ktnsey's. Walter Reed was a recent KMerißburg visitor. Hon. \V. L. Jones n« an Ellensburg pagßPnuer on the flyer Monday. I-nfe Little, of North Yakima, has lease.) the O. K. feed yards id Prosaer. Allan MscMaHti r whs ovf»r from Yak ima ii poirple of d tvs this week. —Monroe Monitor. Yon apt » p.ioknup of icarilen bpp<lh frpp with every lollar yon spend at Cof fin Bros 8 tf Mm. I'.r.irl.. -I, with her family, has moved to Montana, where she will join her himlhum! Im I. Knulehart returned from the Sound on Bunday and on Monday he went on a tour of inspection of the Selah canal property. Elijah Wiemar, of the state of Maine, is visitiiiir Mr. Mall and daughter, Mn. William 11. Kershaw. Mrs. Hall is vis iting Mrs. Itr. McConnell at Spokane. Col Roliprtßon'n wife a...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 4 May 1899

American WM^^4§ kjifl _?' SCHIMDELER'S THi: PLTIXG COLUMX, The Yikima Bo>s Strictly In It A Lively Letter From G S Palmer Manila. March 14, lM!»<t. I had a liik! timp on the loth while in the field. 1 am in the ecoutini: party, and on that day I Stirred up a whole nemt •if insurnenta. They fired alifint two thousand shotn at a dOßtfl of m, and when thp firing stopped there were only four of us lpft. I thought the rest of the l»ov« were all killed, hut I found they had all not -'■!-■! and lpft us fur camp; hut thp rest of us bad line Sport—good ehoot lag every where, The huileth pnpp d hkp firpcraekers over on' hpitdn. However, we had the Satisfaction of wsteg them (o down nmler our ntiprrint; aim. Thix war with these Mayars in just like shoot inu fifth, more iporl than n little, hut I UiietH we'll i;et our belly full lipfore, »c fet through with them, The officers say that we are to $o on kii active, campaign in ft few days. Ii wedoii will be hard to nay how many of iih will i...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 4 May 1899

I Thin It Your Opportunity. On receipt of ten cent§, cash or stamps, i\ • B<T<iiiK sample will be mailed of the. «i"st jopular Catarrh and Hay Fever Cure Ki_v b Orejim liabn I Hnfflcient to deniorj •rale tho great merits of the remedy. ELY RUOTHF/RB, 56 Warren St.. New York City. Rex. John Reid, Jr.. of Great Falls, Mont., wcommeuded Ely's <'ream ]<alm to m». I in ompliahizr his statement, "Hifiapoai. »c cure for natairli if used aH ilirected." — 7, Franci* W. Poole, Pastor Ceutral Ires. unrch, Helena, Mont Tly'ii Cream Halm is the acknowledged for catarrh nnd contains no mercury ..ny injurious drug. Price, CO cents. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. f ' irroj.lß. Oravks, Kli.'ii-li'irr, Ira I' Km.i.khakt, North Yuklrni ; RAVES A ENGLEHART, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. ■■■mv 7 aisil H, -•■• mi.i floor, Firm National ■■■■k bulldinf. JONES A GUTHRIK, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Over First National Hank. North Vakima, Wash WHITSON&PARKER' ">»" w«tJM ATTORNEYS AT LAW. »ga-nflii c in KirM Nati(iuit) HHu...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 4 May 1899

ThntKunili Krf Trying It. In ord*r to prove th« gr>nt inprit of Kly'n Crrnin Balm, tli" mo* effective eire for Cnturrli n I I nil in ll'-.ul. W« basM pri' jttn-d .1 gcneroM Irml lisa tot 10 oanta. • Jet it of ;u«r ii n :f;i-t or Mud 10 i enti to ELY BROS., '■ V.'arrea St., K. V. City. I Hffered froi < i M »rr% of lb« worst kind ever Binci :» »■ .. iI; ■■ r hoped foi niro, lint Elt' ' roam I in Mefnfl In dr | <wnth.it. Mm;. . | .1 ■ -> have u^".l it witli nOftlleut (mult*. war Uttruui, 4~> Wnrreu A"* . Cliicag . ... Oft Cream Balm is tha acUnowleilired curi* t >T r.il-krrh aii'l CO&taUU DO cucniiK*, mercury unr sriv injnri ms drug. I*rice, 60 coutn. At dntggmU or Ijf mail. DR.GUNN'S.-' ONE FOR A DOSE, f* 11 I A K»m ..■ I np ■-, i'r-..nt i*|l 1 >% Cur»fl » I*, he ... I l)i.ii..p.,». * " A mo«. i i.-t ■ „f th» howflu >ith d»7 i« ... p..»rr *om»»lti|. Thrv n^tthnr grip* nor sii-kcrn. T" eno -2?" »'■". "'■ will m>il ...,-:,,.. fr-.., r foil Imi fir ••. Sold...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 4 May 1899

Christian Women, ,^*jW In the old Roman Jf*^TK~ •lay* of Nero, were *^ » "3s • m-t into the den* *'»*5 nf lion- where T'^U \^V -bey died a horri /Tfr'^./^llfX 'p ' . lint fort v <oJK \jg t S. .•"•ath. The world \V ' ■ f progressed, V^O<_ \i Kit ignorance -till condemns . i 'U'.inds of innocent worn- vJ V-J 1 to an i()iiilly painful and c re liiiki inn death "hr woman wko day after day is tortured ■ headache*, despomli nry irritability, f :vousmss, lassitude, weak hack, pains .'id '.'■ ..■.■■';■>■ sensations in the abdomen l*d similar symptoms, lafftTl a martyrdom I t!rit nut even a N'< ro could invent. Not -l<e doctor in a thousand will attribute .. t sp. (beat troubles to the right /^fc cause—weakness or disease //it^i'l of the sensitive femi tvV "rV\ nme '"R'^ns, yet al * # ivlr7/l\l V most without excep • ■A\L\TfHlly^&7r tllc trouble. *7r fLHjj^^t^l^^ just one known /^t' "^^v^ remeib' that >?^%. reaches f^^ i^^-\ "°j*t£- _rj), and cures "^^ every case It is ...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 4 May 1899

UKPUCHIKCrMiORKS. The Church Pcotlts' Column Religious Inttl- llicnce for All. Mrs Graves will irive two of her fa BOOS lectures in tke M. K. church in this city, on Monday and Tuesday e\en- Ings, May l-'itii and 16th, Bverybody especially invited to hear her. "-it Missl'aue, of tMvmpia, a hlind Udy. will lecture on temperance at tie Rap list chared next Satnr U\ eveniiiK at I o'clock, and will 1111 the Christian church pulpit next Sunday morning. si miiiiaki.'h. The Kpiscopal church is having mi in creased attendance and interest under the pastoral care of Rpv. II M. Hartlptt. In a recent t ilk to Inn Hock the reverend tfpntlemmi said, in substance, that if hix church could receive twenty accessions annually he would be content to remain the rest of hi* life with the charge ] III: I'KKSKVTKKIAN. H,'V. Thompson, who lias been supply in^ the pulpit of the Presbyterian church pending the arrival of I regular minis ter, will soon take charge "f the Moiee hum Nail-in/, churches. Kiv. Uo...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 4 May 1899

Hi Dissolution Sale—— li££ Till* will In- our our la*l unk oi Ilii* wale, II Mill /^M^m^sA |Isl> yOM *° tn**v ailvsmla^r of these* very low |>ric*<'«. %"/ * SIIOGS "'" :" "" '"'"" •'•'■"•''"l line ever r>oo yards best Lining Cambric worth QrOCerieS--Coilt Cl "TrJbl^ V TtWm. *£3 „. , shown in th< rili no two alike. I'rloei ">c a yard, at :i >i«Wlii^%jSr We haver.it the pri,e■ of this lin.be- ._..-,,„, , :{ - o „„,,, I-,c Silesia, all color. .1 »c .V lo.co.t.Tocl«. ,t he present B to,«;_ l^sd.le Mnslin «,' Sohilhn.V, Prire^an,! Koln.fi Rakia. ;;, h'VH --•••■'••"•-'•'•■-- Shirt Waists „„, „,,,. ,„„,„. k,h,,,,,,. i igh i .n.i i'..w.j..r..n K 0. l :Wl >^gSt * u.,^^ „,„,.„„.. -^„„,.,„;,,,„„. :; A *»--«.««« «-«v. Fj4^W^nJL >. - o , »«».»- son's Biyl^w reauledown «n«l He»t OatinK, the 1(1 pa<ka«p» Iwat So,U, 4 (or •_...■ $>*&. ».„„„„,,iii*.,J..:,r s b-j-j*. to :,.v ■t'KS.r.itasEr ;»S SSTiSTISa; —.a M^V -if*" fik Have you taken advantage of the '" I""« 1"...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 4 May 1899

I A JUSTIFIABLE J 1 ->e-Ri/v\E.<- J5 v ■ V I '• <^^v i:> man, I iranl roor »d I ) — * lieliel Until hp ke fl ;> pi n ol I '■ i .• Ilial I .id Inxtiil mime t' 11 intii llli - .1 -ii "it'ii mi her i i ml« u« nff Ir," he lie ■id ntlj "Ii Impp'liiil I i-i I « nnteil In no In Hn) - ' ll I tn nee i J nlil mil ■". w; > ■ \:\ . - < iel c, I ... i \< I I ivi lirl t Wils II tin : mi] the nel ■ ' tlu> i i.. V.-. --i i> tin re W.i« i fid mi I ler. I lere we pl< • up mil l ' ■ ;. I--'])-! 1!. Klie «tin n In 11 y." \■ .1 nl . •.; ■ you pontrlved thut llUlll -il ll} J I'll." I ' ■\ ..ii \. mil I lim „■ done Hi" Nime \ ill ■ If." llel ret H•■ ■! "All.l in H mild fin - ie ll nl the HWi-eteKl : ■• ■ : ■ . :: t ll renllj . I dm en y mlii wim nlioill IS, ur |i. . lifl| - -'> !!■•! i "i' S 1!" I -ill !■:■<■ \v!« i\. -. \i'M hrown •■;.' - J "'I know, t!i. 1 kind Unit -i .Mil to -:>■■:!k nlnioxt hti<l thi'j' «'ere Hliiuled I'} loiijt lnwhe*, Klie hiiil hro« n h...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 4 May 1899

"Spring Unlocks The Floivers To T.iint the L.i:;_-\:.r Sod." And not even Nature would allovj the flowers to groiu and blossom to 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'i Parenpmr 111 ram I ' I trotihlei cl ikll M.r;- I: 1* t.i tlii» human iy»t?w What Mir'-iii !•«• ia In nature Hie ilc-tl". .\ < r (.!' ,-, I-- Evrtua. /'nf '1. . t t fmintti Poor B'ood "The doilor paid there Wel" 1i..1 ~- \c:i limp* ,-1 L r 1 t 'in mv I I' Hotnt'i -m'^.ii. in 1.1 1 hi.l 11 •• 110 a: il made me *i:. 11 111 <l well.*' ~i mi. !■.. RRIIWK, 111 A-L.l II 11, I ■ HI.. MllM. C I rtc. \ iji ■ ■ I 1 Mil >i .•- 1.- ;.i. ill 1 inti ■ .1! ,i CTh 111 ll 111 .in 11 iii tin .mi.i li, rheuti 1 m:11 11 ■,'■ me mi unl ■ II "i no »pi in „. I iinik II 1 - >•!' "ii|innlla. w h 1 ! ■ ■ ■ uniiiffhU 11 N 1.. >i.n i.\. 1-, i Vf. I liii Ay. , |iii,,ir, Ph ■um-ti«:m "My hu.«hanH wn 1. ■ li...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 4 May 1899

RoYal Baking Powder Made from pure cream of tartar. Safeguards the food against alum* Alum balcine powders are the greatest menaccrs to nealth of the present day. ftO*«t RAKING PQwDtW CO., NEW YORK. THI- LOCAI KOIAD-IT. Fresh vegetables and fruits at Kioto; A Co'a, I'rof. r..1-," went to Tacoina on Mon day. Sec Keene's 60-ceDl window. Any ar tide (or ',(lc. Mrs. \V. I. .InnPH has >:one to Kntield, 111 , for a two months' vteit with her mother. Peering nowfrs ami rakpn are the liirui» r»-" (avuritfs. Vakiina Marilwurp Co. Alpx. Miller returneil Tuesday frim a several days journpv to the Sound on boaineea. I'artirular dreaapn nol lipltcr clotbee at lens pflcea at Thonins' than elaewbere in the i-ity. 16 I'rof. Rpfd, formerly of Vakinm, is n iw the profeaaor of maaic at the I'ull man uuru iiltural college. For Sale—A tiiimher ol Sahlp Scotch Collie pure-bred pupa. Apply at North Yiikima liru^ Slurp. The little daughter of Mr. and Mrs Frank Cook ha« heen i|iiite ill with pricu moiiia...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 11 May 1899

The Yakima Herald. VOL. XI, 4* £ 3 S ♦ DEERING IDEAL MOWERS * Have Roller and Ball (gfiisEEEEsSz;^ * Bearings in their llplt^r" ~nr~ *^ Perfection. 5* 1 - ▼ $ /t\ i^B\ '\OirJcc;/i\ :vlore coinin s- Thc >' *!*■ \lsff =^wM*&«"*«^2*44*f*!ffl Simplicity, Durability, $ -^VL^ Jl(^ with Light Draft. TKpprinnrall , Steel --■ + Rakes .//■■■ l iJM^l^tf -|\V 4 Models of Strength / V'X WSeS 3^^/ ' t- Simple in Operation. ' MA^- = £ mm an me nay. LfMfTTfjWW vt> Be sure and inspect 'Vf VV\\V\\VV V\\ IV\II Vl\ 1 I I!! •' ♦■ these goods before Jfe^>V^N>^^ \| V \<*L you buy " -:.J\,^-v: -^-*»'- « • :1' "XJP t * YAKIMA HARDWARE COMPANY * WHAT ARfc YOU THINKING ABOUT? ™j WE CAN READ YOUR THOUGHTS. j You are thinking of going camping. BUY YOUR TENTS, HAMMOCKS and CAMP OUTFITS •«* J* at prices that cannot be duplicated, of j* jt> I 250 Pairs | "ots"in °. n. Shoes Will be sold at and below /- 4 ( wholesale cost. I need the k \y" ,/j \ room the shoes take up, ifev c^TL^ \ / and you n...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 11 May 1899

THE YAKIMA HERALD Bailer. I'l'-l.] A McComb, I'ublUhcri. NORTH YAKIMA WASH. I NEWS Of I WEEK ■ '<»iiipr«'lir*ii«f\f lEpvlrw of tin- Import ant II «!■!■■ iii'i;* of tllff I'ji-I Ui .h Culled from tlin I • 1.-t' ir'i <*oliinini. Porto Bioo is to have a first-class postal eervifp. Tlie cruiser OhksafO will pay the Ifooti aaiirniflesnt visit toraminJ tban of claims due us. The Italian ministry him resigned. DitOaaiion over the exposure of official correspondence caused the. rupture. Sadie Tunic, n i:t-year-01l Ranlao gill, was struck by lightning in a rtowded New Ymk street. She sullurud Severe liuiiih, but is still alive. At Hatohinson, Kan., John Moore, while being tiled for the murder of hi* Ove children, admitted that be ha<l killej them so that he con Id get work. The military government bat decid ed to return to the. United States all ex-volunteers now lerving sentence! in Cuba for rnitoonduct under their teimi of enlistment, The California raltin-growers 1 hio station ha...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 11 May 1899

RQm (if I INSURGENTS c!ed From San Fernando ILterly Demoralized. TOWN WAS WELL FORTIFIEC Inirn Trno(m Mmlr tlif» Capture— Col. Summer*' HrlgiKie Joined at Mitnaln by l.ftntotrii Column. Manila, May 8. —Tho Second Oregon ■ndei Colonel Bummers, captured Maasin, neat San Miguel, and l.auton, with his main body of troops, is ther« now. The fallowing is a list of the killed and wounded yesterday: Killed—Twentieth Kan=as, one lieu tenant and one private; First Montana. one niivate; First Nebraska, two pri rates. Wounded —Twentieth Kansas, If meu. including two officers; First Mon tana, three, including one officer; Fifty-Brit lowa, three; First Nebraska, live; First South Dakota, one. The Filipino army, though terrildj <1 lalized, had San Fernando well fortified with zigzag trenches well con ptrurted ami a number of Spanish blockhouses in position to he used These rebels could have resisted a much stronger force for a long time, if they bad had moral coinage; liut they were disheartene...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 11 May 1899

[Ill: YAKIMA HERALD. HAII.KV. TDIIUT A Mi( iiMll. Pabltabcra. "iitiii.'rd evi-rv lniir-iinv. rabicrlptton 11.00 ih r raai in advance .\*tvortininK mivd upon applfa attra. Tin'Hsm y. ma v v. ism. BPHERES or INFLUENCE. Yakima'a sphere of inllnence i^ gMd* in |v wldraing. Town and country are on tin' eve oi tfreat thitiKS, that will re ward enterprise, promote i-mep^n y and enrich the coiunaunity. The (ioddesn nl Plenty is sho^erinit into waiting laps from the hnrn of abundance Hb riches, itn fruits and its lilessinuH. Valleys richer than the Nile; a climate salubrious as an Kden, compared to the bllaaard* ridden enot; on the rlgbl and left monn ' tains of ore, precious as lha' of Ormiiß and of lud.atid I'Nrth't natural hiklhways ■tivtching from ttie Colombia liamn to I the Pacific ocean for railroad builders to lay their tracks of steel—all invite capital and itttriirt Immitfration. Man is sup plementing the hoiintilul «ork nf nature, and the jewel city of Vskima is springing forward ...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 11 May 1899

iIOIIRWS \sll.lt is (mini] on Daily of Interest to All Our People. HiaCBLLAHBOtJa NK\\S NOTES Items or ersonal and Local Mention Put Into Condensed Form for "The Herald's" Busy Readers. "Little Mt»of mllet- SrHtrorpd Ihtv Hihl Iht're In th*l !■ ■■ h. [laprr. Make JMI iMMtaMi fair. '■'.rcat itiK Uti of a'Mt'ts, Taking l<>t* <»f mom In Ilic IoQAI pttpWi Mnkf your hnsiuepi boo in." A. ,I'iriliiri, of North Ynkima, is tittinc up it Imrbi'r shop in F'roseer, The old price on ihuirp new lea at Kinscy's. Wni. liutts, of Srapone, Oregon, has l>een victiniimni! Prosser people. 11. J. Snivclv and A. L. Slemmonn were KlleiiHlmri; visitor* last week. Hob. W. Ih Jones returned Saturday from a political trip to the Hound. Captain Dunn was in town on Satur day from l'arker. J. P. Mayer was registered at Tarotna on Kriday last. James Dickson, of Horth Yakiraa, has been or. a beef baying trip to Klickitat. Yon gat it pankatte of «arden seeiln free with every dollar you spend at Cof flii ...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 11 May 1899

Rich m^W^^M^t \lllv.l ICclll v: »,'uifii .'.ft.'- ;. ■'■'•.) "5^ Glass < SCHINDELER'S PAINCR9 XT THI-: STATE I'AIK 1 The Slate Fair commission is makinj; i »tra cH'orls to obtain sevetal unuid ex-i blMta of (hi hi product* lit the fair, to be j held September 25 to 30. l.iir^e cash premiums are to be given for the largest mi■ I I" nl display Irom any farm or or chard in t lit* Mute. Several epeciul prizes will Ik; offered (be winners of these fine prtmltima, and the aurecaa< t hi cooteatanta will iberefor* be amply rewarded for all their time and l*bor e\ ] ponded in producing -v ii exhibits. The farmers ol Yitkima nuiutv in par ticular hlioulil be Intereated in this mat-1 tcr. and begin n>w to plaiit the best Of I everything that they may captnre aomel of those valuable prizes. Tlicrc is no, Kction of the state better adapted to dl- ' veralfled crop* Umn the Yakima valley. I: would bean Indication of alothfulneea | ll the farmers oftln^ valley permitted tach handsome prlge...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 11 May 1899

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Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 11 May 1899

OASTOnZA. B«*r»tie lflß Kind You Haw Always BougM of I~*iaJ €/zT'&&£eM rnr>Fi:ssiox.\i. CA ni>s. \V. XXI.TON, COXTBACTOB AND BUILDER. Modern bontebnlMlnj sod deslmilnß s sper t!fy. M > rvfervnrpf TboM irhol bsvebnllt fur. Bboji between !**'■ shos stora snd Coffin Bnv . on Chettnul Rtreet i'ai'.k '!.:. H. Obavis, Rllembnrf, im r. Kmolshast, North Ynktmn ( JRAVKB A ENOLKHART, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Roftmfl " himl I, B*CODd tl<«>r, First ffftttonal ■. bn lldlng. rONES >t QUTHRIE, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. • m; First NHtU'iidl Hhiilc. North TflHißW."nti \ \ I fHKII I'ARKKR ATTORNEYS AT LAW. im~ ■' ■■ in Firxt NMlnnal Bftnk BiilMine. DOOLE it BIQO, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Oflcss over Yaklnm NstloDftl llnnk. Noitl VHkiniH, Wsskington, TOHS 0, lIUYI.K. ATTORNEY AT LAW. oiTici; in THE HKKM.Ii mil him.. Will practice in all the court! of tlif itata «nd D. 8, Land Offlcci. I K. liANKS, DENTIST. (Bre OT6T PottOffict. Vakima hvcihh-. North Vakinu. . j... \\\ N. GORDEN, M. D., i Physician...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 11 May 1899

Deadly Habit*. The woman who i-t a:!(!irted to the terrible Tw*S(J morphine habit knows that >yv she is rapidly (fuitiß ilf.wh , —-s. \lf*?<f\ the uteep hill i-**¥* If \ that leads to %'T *> T death. There I,' Jff v—4 are tlKM^nris y^SSfl^? 'i-^S/ of other worn f,SJ\ \\\&r—f-HJ co ra - bins pjl M^jP^M down the sum.- \j&&\M?&^\ incline. but CA^CZ^Saa,"-. they <lo not — " A'-Lj' find thetnsetves suf \ ***"'. •-! fering from nervous [Sv ' ; .N i ness, headache, <le jfc^wS; - \ spondencv, irtitabil ity, and adocen other ' \'v'-3^' symptoms of female troubles. Pot relief they turn to the many alcoholic stimulants malt extr.icts and other "compounds," BO widely advertised to rure the ailments of women These* produce a false stimulation, and the suf ferer finds herself compelled to take more and more as time passes, and soon becomes an unwitting slave to strong drink. What a weakly woman needs is I)r Pierces Fa vorite Prescription, which contains not a grain ...

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