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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 11 May 1899

m iu.uki/.i.1). Adimi Nn York Store Lostrd ty Hoboes Losses Llfht. Til old "aw tliiil 'The better the day the better the ilc d." dOM not apply lr> tin' tflllH of buriilarv. On Sunday nitftii iiV-oi.t tea o'cleeh the New York clo'e "I) tin 1 avenue wus enl'ied from the rear door by MM nf a false key, and, in th< bright glare of thrie electric ineundes< riit*. two tm ii proceeded to iiMMiniv appropriate what«*ef they thought wmilil Mil their purposes. Necdint; hats, tliey cioffel 11 cup and mi (ilil tile in the renr nf the store and tit ti'il liifr: -i v - on the inside to li«'h unrth -»l 50 each Tlien they togied themselves with new i-uita of clothes worth $11 Hinl bliocs to match worth |8.7 A a |«»ir. After npnro)>rißtinp nil they could ciinvuii'titly they left, pur tinlly Olntiog the back door. Mr. AdaniH cannot slate ji sitivclv the oxtent of thfir ifepri'da ioiiH. Mi'«j-rn. Curry (of Tacker'ttuUilet)and w<mMlp (who ItvM in the neinliliorhood) found four puits of cl...

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

YAKIMA CHI KCH-(,()EKS. The Church Peoples' Column -Rellflous Intel llfence for All. Mrs Uravcs will irive two of her fa- MM Ipcturcx in the M. \. church in this city, on Monday and Tut'*dav Bfiß ingg, May 15th and Ifl h. Kveryho<ly| eypicially invited to hear her. Mips l'age de'ivered two excellent lec tures, one at the Baptist anil one at the ' Chri-tian church, while in our city. : Tuesday forenoon *die visited the schools ' and talked to the i-hil.ii n on kindness to animals. In the afternoon she at tended the regular meeting of the W. C. T. D, and gave a very interesting talk to ihoee prexent. TIIK i oSdRKUATIONAI,. On Sunday at the Congregational I drank myluai at ll ami h. Bmdajr! Scliool Ht 10; C. K. Society at 7. All nre| cordially invited. tiik lOTR, Rev. A. 11. Lyons began at the Bap* tut church last Sunday evening a serii-s of ten dtaOUIMt on a "Reverent Study of ilit- Open Book of Nature. ' llis first •li.scoii'se was on "The Smrrv fJtaftßl ■ hove us." Next Sunday tT...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 11 May 1899

• The * Stepmother. mw v $ *' I T •• disgraceful." cried Gertrude J t'onti r. panslonatoly. ■ •Tiuit is ■ fact," returned hex brother, coolly, "tun what arc vim pi- In;; to 110 BboUl It V" The young man was lying In a batn nock, swung at the end of the pinna; Ms glgter was Rented near him, In ■ rocking cbalr, whlcli ihp hept In rtitor oui motion, as though thereby trying tn nil •innate her rpmnrki concerning the letter she held In her band, A boy :ilii>lll 10 ji;ir< of n^'i 1 \v:is li vi,- :gon I lie iti i-^. with :i novel be fore bini, bul the contents of that rpis tle bml apparentlj taken away his iiw ten ii iii the story, for be wot not read ing. "You surely are not surprised, Ger trude," continued the occupant of the hammock, "l have been noticing for some time the care fntber took in mak ing bli toilet, when be went oat on buslm »s. Business!" laughing deris ively; "my stern parent n<sver fooled Die much. 1 thought be wai. p>iny ii wooing." "Yes," returned Oertrode....

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 11 May 1899

" 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 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 blood, friends, which is the real cause. Purify that with Hood's BafMpatilla and happi ness will reitfii in your family. Blood Poison—"l lived in abed of lire for years owing to blood poieoninn that followed small pox. It broke out nil over my body, itching intensely, Tried docton and hoKpltall in vain. I iried Hood's Sar- Rapnnlhi. It helped. 1 kept at it and whs entirely cured. I Could ko on the house tops and shout about it."— Mw. J.I. Wil liams, Carbondale, Pa. Scrofula Sores— •■ My ban* at two mouths had scrofula sores on cheek and' arm. Local applications and physician*' medicine did little or no good, Hood's ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 11 May 1899

Baking Powder Made from pure cream of tartar. Safeguards the food against alum. Alu-n '-.ikine powders are the greatest ■MM v ■ ■ to health of the present day. QHVAL PAKINQ POWOCH CO.. M« VOPK. TIH M LACONICS Interesting Xcwslcta Kmwgti for Hnnlii Heaters. BUSINESS, PERSONAL, 9OCIAL Items d.ilanJ by Hustling Reporters and Build Down to the Rl(ht Point for Quick Perusal and Easy Digestion. Tin: llkk.mii i« only ifl per year. Freeh vagettblu and fruilH at Kinpey A Co'». Su'livin, the npokf timn, \» l)Hik from a ! 11 •!■■■■•■■ trip to Cftlifornta. A little child o! .1. Patock, twu yeurs old, ITHI linrifd on lut'ednv. Alex Miller has hipn confined to hi« bed with illmphh (or the post week. Elmer H. Marks and his hride, nee liorrlaon, were in town on Wednesday. Sii' Keene'a 60*MDt window. Any ar tlcle for 50c. PofttnMter Harvey, from Fort Simroe. win in ilif city Monday, on lm-i b»ni Mr*. ('. I!. Ashnrv, of Fnrt SImCOS, left yesterday for [odianapolis to visit friends William Ki-llar haH...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 18 May 1899

The Yakima Herald. VOL. XI, * §r M If MI 4" DEERING IDEAL MOWERS * Have Roller and Ball /g^S=Ss^ r Bearings in their ffilg r~a 4* __ _ _ ' . 4 -*$•• ~A/lJ^ ml/^^ T "'^^^''^^^y Simplicity, Durability, t—^u^ ~~*m& 4ss' with Light Draft. Rakes -rjEiK.y AV <•> Models of Strength A/A flM®■% / [M Simple in Operation. I JM _ ■'^tfjffiiy ***?" _JS 4" * cet all the Hay. \M^^^^^fffWi ' £He sure and inspect WWVVVVVVvUu I IT I II I •> t these U 00,,s hire J^J^^^ you buy !^^ ~xLi_- > * Till 11 WIRE COMPANY * 4. 4. 4. 4 4^ 4 WHAT ARE YOU THINKING ABOUT? WE CAN READ YOUR THOUGHTS. You are thinking of going camping. BUY YOUR TENTS, HAMMOCKS and CAMP OUTFITS J* «.* at prices that cannot be duplicated, of sSt, MOORE <Sc "W-EIETIETEIR,, staters \ I Boy s Shoes Lost! I We ordered others to take their place. Now the first ship- £ ment has turned up and the manufacturers gave us a discount 8K of 10c per pair, which we give you. The shoes are for hard LI wear and can't be beat. We canno...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 18 May 1899

THE YAKIMA HERALD Bailer. Tncftlf-r * McComb, Pnbllahcra. NORTH YAKIMA WASH. THE NEWS OF I IEEK C'lMiiprflM'iiftiv* Ilfvlpw or the lin|»ort- Hllt 11 :>|i|»n I ii|;< (if tin- I'fftitt. W.-.-k t "I l. .1 1 i ..M. t !■«• I . I. 1 1;»;-h Columns. The Finns are fleeing to this coun try at the rate of 500 weekly to escape Russian military service. At a test at Sandy Hook proving ground it was found that wet guneot* ton could be safely used in a shell tired by powder. Dumarais, n Frenchman, who had entered the rebel lines to negotiate fo| the release of Spanish prisoners, )s sail to '.:ive just been assassinated by in (argent nldien. Kvery poatofflce in the island of Potrto Rico, about ho in number, noon will be flying a United States Dag. Flans will be bought by the postofflot department and forwarded to Director of Posts Elliott. Captain Barker, the senior officer of Dewey'i fleet and the commander of the battle-ship Oregon, Will tie the next commanding officer to cone homo. Hi- pl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 18 May 1899

FRltllllD WRECK A Rear-End Collision Near Reading, Pa. MANY PASSENGERS KILLED Four Cum W»rn Trlrarnpeil anil !ln VirtliiiD W«t« iMIIMf MHiiKltd lirlirt Hrul From ICrailiiig. *. ' T." idinu. Pa., May 15.—A colli^'on of pMMRgIf traini occurred on the I'liiladelphia & Rasding railroad at Kiftt-r, aliont six milt's south of tbia city, tonight, ano <t |mt nuinher of people were killed and wounded, riieru is no teligrHpli office at l'!x«ter, md iletails are therefore, did!, nit tc abtain at Ikli wrillitg. The numbet killed i» vaiidiielv Itatrd to be from SB .0 \V,. Many BFI injured. Ti i' ragnlar express train fmm Tottg rille for Philadelphia connected at tho "tation in Raiding with a train from flarnsburj! whicii was crowdeii with ex euniontatti who had been to the state Capital to Wltiwa^ the ceremonies in ronoaetioii with ilm anreillng of tin llaitranft inoniinictit. Many of tin llarrinbiirf; passongers at Ueadinij went iboard the Philadelphia ex|>ie«H, but, it baißfl found t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 18 May 1899

rill: YAKIMA HERALD. kaii.ky. Ttmunr .t mccohb, I'uMNticr*.. ■"'il.H-N'l ov.tv Tliiinnlay; nuliai rlpttnn 11.00 I- r f9$M in R'lvsTictv Ailvortl«li)K rut*** apon i>i>i>ii<'sti(>ii THURSDAY, MAY IS, isvj. The school lioii-e proportion failed to carry by 114 votes. It is not iih wide us « churc.'i door nor deep n* n well, but it will do. One-man power i- NMtngitl tfnretioM potency. Ihe next school Ixmrd elec tion will ihuilitleSH turn upon this point largely. The esteemed Kcpuiilic is mack more ■UCCM ful in adv(M'atini{ (oteigfl tlinn it ib in its P"licf of dußmllc t'XpmiMon. Tin- antis were very much in evidmce l»Ht SiiturdßV. If the PWbtfl of the «rcnool hoard intend to resign, an c tnnion report aav*i then they should rtirc tOfethef, to the people may select a new board at tin election next month. T«ls will be more ■attsfactorv to (he public th»n tohav< ■WBberS appointed, lunvever public spirited the appointing power may be. The ItsHin conveyed bf 111" recent mlio...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 18 May 1899

REiliilßllPS What is (iuini) on l)ail\ of Interest to All Our I'toplc. nnceuAHßOca rbws notrs • ■trms of crsontl and Local Mention Put Into Condensed Formfor "The Herald's" Busy Readers. Mrs Austin Mires, of Kllenibnrtr, lihc> In-'ii visiting friend* in Yakima recently. The old priM on ebotoi new tea at Kiiispv'b. 11. J. Snively has bpen attending Su perior cuiirt in KllenshiTrJr the past week. Mrs. Gary is st owiOf the latest style of hats fur Biiinincr. 17 The apportionmpiit of the state school fund |nr the quarter ndlßfl Man h SI, IBM, is *4 181.70. Mrs. I*. A. Bounds and son, of North Yakitna, were registered at the Chillier*, Tacoma, last Friday. Yon get a package of garden seeds free with every dollar yon spend at Cof fin Bros. 8 tf Wilbur I'arshall, of North Yakima, is visiting relatives and friends in his for mer home in Kli< kitat county. 11. ('. Attgstl, representing the Califor nia ink company gave Tiik Mkkai.d a I hi- iin-- •* call last week. Tim Yakfma Hardware 00...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 18 May 1899

Rich ffiS'W^MM^l American j* SCHINDELER' S WHAT rBOPLG SAY. A Transient Rtcord of Private Opinions Publicly Expressed. •lohnnif Kyan-Tlial pri/.e-tinht wan nil a fake. These tinlitors are traveling * Itr<<tikrll the state together catching country surkors. Why, they fought—or went thrmgti the motions—down at PfOMBf t'lifether, bo a friend tells me J. D. Cornell -Some fo!*s hnve a v< ry erroneous idea of tin- bflltlMU of n ha'ik The vaults of i bank miy be Marly bursting >ith accumulattnna of its cu- luiiprs. but the hiiik otlicitilg have no control over thi- funds older than to keep them safely. The investment of the ciipiftl II entirely in the hands of tbe ownen and liiey do wlin it whatso ever tin• y chouse, Frank Winchell — I lihvp been down below /.i II -ih doing i>onie work on Kratik Shirdlow'a Imii li'm-e. Everything looki Buurisblng in that lection, except in the young peach orchard*. The »1 falfi is erpeciaily fine. The Dnnkarda in Sin nyiide are building nice...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 18 May 1899

OA.BTOHIA. Bwnt&a * > yllw Kind You Hw Unit Bought PROFESSIONAL CARDS. W W. FELTON. CONTKACTOR AND BUII.PKR. Moiiern houw'tiulMinK Hint llaflglllM « "I""' 1 islty. My Mfanneas: Tbow who I lime hiuli (or. Shop lietweeii I ee'n shin' Ktore ami Cnnin Bros., on clii'itinit street. ruawf Tmn-Tr, BlaaakWß. Ika I. Ksi.LEHAKT. North \»klm» / A ENULKHART, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Konmr 7 anil 8, Hwoml flour, Fimt S»tion») Hank bnililinic. TONES A UUTHRIE, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. over Kint S»tlon«l B«nk. North Ysklms, Wash W HITSON A PARKER; fSSwISS" ATTORNEYS AT LAW. t^-OflJce In Flrnt National Bauk Bnlldiuu. UOGLE A RIOG, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Ofllces over Yaklraa National Bank, »«tt* Vakliim. WaHktuKton. JOHN 0. BOYLK. ATTORNEY AT LAW. OflKI IN THK H..KA1.1) KnLDOIO, Will praetica in nil Hie roiirtu of the Htate and V. S. Land Offices. I E. HANKS, DENTIST. omce over l'ontoftice, Yaktma avenue, -North Yaklma. l| N. QOBDEN, M. D., Physician and Surgeon. Uonn: l» t" 13 a. ni.; Ito 11>. m: ' tnHj>...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 18 May 1899

'li« In lour H|»p<»i t mi ii >. On r> ii i|it of tin rriitu, cnsh or KtsniJU. • nenprnm ■■pb "lit ''<" niiiilnl of tli" in --.I |-c|.n: ir Cut. ill ami ll»y Ii vrr (i.p ' Klv's (riaiti Halm sufficient to ilnjimi urslt tl: ■ I I it BM . .!s nf tin T' mi ilv. ELK m.vrniius, f>o Wrr- v tit., Xi • York Pity. Rev..MmUi-M..' ,"■ •FVU.Mcmt., TPr-oir'in ;:.l('fl i.';.' ■ I I hi Kll.lll ■" Inc. I ran «:m: i■■!■•:.■'■ his imemmi "Itiaa |m»rf. tiva our* fof catarrh if bmm! mil redaw." Kcv. FrancJuW. Pools, E*aator Cunttall"r«* Church, Helen*, Moat, Ely'd firnm I'Vtii ii the n<'Vllimlp<K" •! run* fur ru'.rrh :■■:•! 11 niaiiw HO m-iv. j unr any injurious lirug. Jvice, />() eiut.s. Dr.gunns.• ONE FOR A DOSE. I Q Onrnfl i!» . ... , i., .....-_ ■ ■ ■^ A"i : i thp ' . . „r h rt» y ,„ |am . •jth««l'h. Thj»n.lth»rfflp»noTVi?»«ii; TV con. Si""! ',"''• "!• •»'" ">•' l "•mpP«fn-» 1 ,.r full Lot for »c. Bold L/ drogjiiu. DR. BOS*NhO CO. Phil». Pa, WILLIAMS'piI IP A SfKK KEI.IKF ...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 18 May 1899

NEWS OF VICTORY. gg When an excited messcn- j>^/ Xer itnncs dishing in witli C/»» glorious news of victory rnnn.Vi . • i (fre it field ..t battlr iiolk«lv Jk^t . wondi i^ .1! li' . mill,. ,i ,n, \ff; It is contagious. lvvery man who hears the grand ]3- ■•,.} tiding* is ready /*■■. M L Aji to •wVng his hat t **\ffMfi. '9sl and cheer and \^^ x >^*-v -»i""\ pass wjaag the |^( t'^y T^a\ tplcnajci story I 'A/T* V* to his nearest (^}£r ' /fV neighbor. When Wv VS* ' «'■* a man has been V jr"t ij, " through a terri- l«^ * ble battle with l*\* sickness and at I y '.$y last has gained a IVj^k \ glorious victory W. >uS^k fiis tn .! imjitiise > T^^\k is to tell the \£J jjjuflff good flews to others. He wants every man and woman of his acquaintance to know about the splendid remedy that brought him back, from sickness and discouragement to sound ami perfect health. "I had rhwMuatlw for Hirer month"!." «ay» Mr funn Iv Cniniptnn. of SharpsburK. Wasn -ITII.-1..-. Co . Mil., in i rccrnt ...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 18 May 1899

JACK XXX DBAD. An Old Pioncrr Passes Away at Yakima City A Man of Many Friends and Social Virtues Uck X r. known luivry old-tinier in YitiMn, 'li«d t»n Monday nlftttt at Old Town, "f dropey His age weereckoned h' ~'2 \f;ir«, t • lit h" looh^d liincli older. Hf w«> formerly eon"t»bl«« of Ynkima Cilv. He w«" elected I'nrourr in 180<i tiy the iii«ii>n party tint km der«mled fof Hi nitr* iwst <i'nr In Ihc republican land hI '!'• Jink X r «a* «• i.lily known in t hit county, iixvinir been a Pioneer of pioneers. He fought in toe Imlimi war, being » pat lei pent in the "attic *i>li tin V ikiiim'H in Dnion Uap In 18S6. II i\ hi ;\ bachelor »n• 1 le»Tei no kindred known hire. Ha wai » itsonch demn cim\ :i linn it end iuti a iood hater Miny wecdotet are told »f bin and tome nf iiic vHrnslie neeii ii>nil imacked of ilie niiirvclniiß He once said Hint when lie tir-tcame to the YaKimii OOUn tr\ lohacco »«»so icarce Unit be would buy a twenty dollar sold plece<na ]>\»k mi-...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 18 May 1899

V QQf] 0 that are sure uuullu tOKrow! HKST OKA OK OK Alfalfa, Clover ™ Timothy. Also all kinds of Seed Grain, Chop Feed, and Mill Feed. North Yatima Mill Co's Store Yakima Avenue j* j* J* Opposite Postoffice. NOKTH YXKIMA AM) VICINITY. Ladies' canvas and leather belts 15 cents at Macdonald's. IK The Ahtanum is rising rapidly and the trout fishing is not good in consequence of the muddy water. F. h. Johnson haw joined a surveying party and will go into Okamnjan county for a three month*! Dating. Don't forget when you want a good piece of garden hose to see the Yakima Hardware Co. The father of young (iilman. who is in the hospital where his leu was recently amputated, reports that the lad is im proving. Captain Kin^xhury is preparing to add a fire proof improvement to his building on the avenue, to t>e 26 x Id) feet in extent running back to the alley. Particular dressers get better clothes at less priCM at Thomas' than (Isewhere in the city. Hi The commissioners have shown their ...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 18 May 1899

H'^/ifn^l 1R33 rd^ -vn-N^ C-'fs HI! practicability <>r Nfnr<vitii's sys- II tpm of (vlrelesi telegraph; whs detn <i onstratrd at Notre Dune Unlrenity by Prof. Jerome .1. tir.'.'n of the depart ment of electrical engineering. It did Dot require elaborate mechanical devlcei to put the new lyitem to a practli ai trst. The pnoFi ■ ■ m ii iitcoxt. nt«if ol v if '■■»- Tclcgrnpl y. material of I nppn ralm u»"l woi taki n pntirelj fro .1 the [>Uj »ii nl lul orniorj ul the uuivt'i ity, A storage I nttory that Is common 1 . biij plci-trli nl workshop, :i re laj ami ki j from the trloKrapli room, an Induction coil from the X-rny apparatua and a '"In ror nmi cliokinis coil uiude bj ■tudonti under I'rof. Urcvn'i Initructlou tntoil thp pnraphprnnlin. Tln'-r were nil that »n< nomltil to prnoratc the THE LATE EX-SENATOR TABOR i\'ii» Bred to I'evrrty, Acquired Mill ion* and Died Without » Cent. The career of Horace A. W. Tnbor, the former Croesua of Colorado, who died pi cently In ...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 18 May 1899

"/* Union There is Strength/ True strength consists m the Bflflß*, the harmonious tvorking together, of tT'^y part of the human organism. This strength can neater be obtained if the biood is im pure. Hood's SarsapariUa is the standard prescription for purifying the blood. Tl.e Right lion, .lames Hryoe, au thor of the "American Common wealth," has been elected piesident of the Alpine Club. Mothers Will tind Mrs. Witislnw's Booth* big cvrup the beat remedy tow* tot UUtii Balldrcn daring the teething period. In Japan fashion compels mnrrio.J women to blacken tlieir teeth, not in an ornament, but to make them ugly mi I B>TS them from temptation. Itrwnrr nf f-'ritlHl! Evory snccra brsedi Imltston unit rnnntor fHtrr*. l.t>ok out for ititatitnm when you n*k lor l a-mrt'in Candy Cathartic. All druKM-f, 10c, Itit, Me. _ The year 47 U. C. was the longest year on record, us it hud, by older of Julius Caesar, 440 duyp. Thorn w;i^ it voting man fr-un Kenore, Who bold I v wriii off to the i...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 18 May 1899

RoYal Baking Powder Made from pure cream of tartar. Safeguards the food against alum. i ■ i Alum bakin? powders are the greatest menacers to health of the present day. BOVAI BAm*o POWDCB CO.. NtW VOftW. ■GiIIOOUHY What !■> (ioini| mi in the Niii|liliorini| i Towaii and VlllsgcA. BRIBP PERSONAL \F.\\S XOTI-S P.iraci.itlis of a Social and Gossipy Nature ' Written Especially for "The Herald" Readers ty Up-to-Date Correspondents Parker Pointers. Miss I .mini Johnson is dangerously sick. Mr. ami Mrs. Dudley are on the sick list. Mr. and Mrs. lirewer, ol Ynkitna, vis- ; ited the family of if. .1. Draggoo on Sun day. Th(* choir met as usual on Thursday evening and under the leadership and instruction of Mrs. I>udlcy is improving rapidly. The smiling (ace of Mies lyotlie Si|iiiren, of Zillabi was a welcome eiaht in Parker last week. She spent several days here an the Kuest of the Misses DraggOO. Frank Evana and Charlie Scott left on Monday to week their fortunes in the Re public minis...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 25 May 1899

The Yakima Herald. VOL. XI, I I COFf IN BROS. I are always giving something away! This time /|\fl Flfl TT~4. with every \IJ LI UQI $10 Suit from it is a ,IV/. .1 ll||| their new IPZJ.UU 11UI Spring Stock Also two pairs of fine Hose free with every pair of $2.50 Shoes Pj from their elegant new shoe stock. I ——————-^—______—._____^__^___. WHAT ARE YOU THINKING ABOUT? WE CAN READ YOUR THOUGHTS. You are thinking of going camping. BUY YOUR TENTS, HAMMOCKS and CAMP OUTFITS a* j* at prices that cannot be duplicated, of j* J* feKore. -MIOO-E^-E & "V^E_sT_!T_E_E^, STAGERS I Boy's Shoes Lost! j F* We ordered others to take their place. Now the first ship- £ ' Nb ment has turned up and the manufacturers gave us a discount fIH VA of JOe per pair, which we give you. The shoes are for hard fes wear and can't be beat. We cannot buy more at this price t| r^ nor can you when these are gone. You never saw as good P r^B a shoe for the money: 3^' I Boy's Lace, - ... SI SO 1 1 "2"o"CLtlx?s Lace, SI ...

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