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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 1 June 1899

Dr.GUNNS-> ONE FOR A DOSE. Ull I A Blljonftif..., l'-,r-f,t! 1 ,H:..f.<1. I LLU i'»" ii' k-u i,i-»ti 11>,.|, |„,», S^SSS^SLS^ A innirrmrnt „f ih^ Imwli •Hh Aty i i^nun •orhi-«ih r .-■-.. ,t -...,,.,.,, T,r«in- Jini-. r ,-,, „. «J: mt ,| «» m |i!» fr-, ,-r full b«I for •«. Hold b/ Unisiiu. OR. BOSANKO CO. Phll». Ps. Titlfl in V-nr <>;t|Mirt mill> . On r ■• ■] t < f )■ i ii' in, <•■ sh or Ktninpo. n BcrnlH • \v al 1"' BoaUedoftha i ■ |'i;.iil r t .ii rrh ninl Ihiv l'< v»-r Can i.'\'. •' • , i .- M mffleienl <» il'inn:i fctru !♦■ " ■ • . r .' I.f til I' II" '' \. : 1.1 : !•• ■ US, .',.. *. n it 11 .' ■ w Yotli C\ty. 1:,.v..'.' n i:.: ;:.-•• »t P»'KMont, fi iiuinn mli 'i I '• ' ■ -.i-i i•!wt" >■ ■ - I rilll fIIiMJV I . - "' ll.' Vt. "-It is II |i"Mt -li\^r^.'. fur iiii.iitli if U' '<l ■siiiri-rti'il." l>v. \< hi. i- V." 1'„.!.. I'^-iur Cii.trul Ins. Chnroli, IN Nun, Mom. Tlly'M C'r.-an Balm i« tin rcVii"mlc<l ■■ .1 run! fur catarrh nn'l eontn...

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. — 1 June 1899

SWEEPINO THf- HI 000. Would any house keeper ever allow a if*w brood of strange black ugly creatures JWwVpV^k •>l devilish aspect t" g*TMTTJioV accumulate ami choke r M&^JmM up !>\ their foul pres- r^^tK^mf ence the l>esl h\iiig J y J^f rooms in liev house ? /\ No. Out they would I Y~~^\3 (fo promptly with a / yS V l)r<K)in and her strong I \ l\ arm In-hind it. I 1 trf A scrofuhvis taint L \ / in the human sys- 1 \ I tern is no less foul / \l and fearful thiin (. W a brood of devils V Si accumulating in tin- blood spring- ing up here, there and evcrvwhere ; (£jmJGisJ3jjK» causing a hundred iJ^B^SriSßt mysterious and np ~V) ; —'jSJvKTV parently incurable JBf» ♦" VNH symptoms in all *Sn-flA^Vv» parts nt the body * 'v * A terrible case of fw chronii scrofula is £/ J^/ JD descla-d by hiil^A' fff lowa lady, Mrs, tj* _A*iK3? •* V) James Murphy, of MBrSfNff^ Fonda, I'ocahontas . yi TK^Tr /• Co., in a note-^/^ W worthy letter toOfi * Dr. R. V. I'ierce, of JT* No. 66.^ Main S...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 1 June 1899

REIHIRWu Whiit i> (ioinij on D.iih of Inttrot to Alt Our People. HISCBLLAHCOUa IUJWB NOTKS ■terns of crsonal and Local Mrntlon Put Into Condense! Form for "The Herald's" Busy Readers. l.'Hi I>ir!:ni.l. of (iuldendale, «ns a Vakmia visitor thia week. We vviint yiiiir produce and will pay bightat market price for it. Kinaey & Co. Walter l{ppd, register of the land office, irerit to ("!<•• Klum on Saturday. I'rof. Douglass anil -vile, of Zillah wen- Vakinia vioitora Saturday. The o]<l price on choice new tea at KiriHi'y's. Frank (iorton, of Sunnvside, was in town on Snturdav,on laud ollic-e business. Dr. .1. K. l'.Hiiks, of this city, was elected treasurer of the state dental so ciety which met Thursday in Seattle. .1. 15. (ieorue has uioveil his stock of goods to Kunnyside from the Modern store on First street. Peter Uach,of Outlook, was in town Friday and tiave Tmk Hkk.m.d a business call. H. .1. Snively returned from a meeting of th° state board of Audit and Control ...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 1 June 1899

Mthat are sure to K row! nan okaob of Alfalfa, Clover 21 Timothy. Also all kinds of Seed Grain, Chop Feed, and Mill Feed. North Yaiima Mill Co's Store Yakima Avenue j» j» ** Opposite Postoffice. THE LOCAL KOISIMT. Baby carriages v Uore at The Klite. Block ire cream for family use at "The Mikado." .(. (t. Wagner and family of Blame, W'at-h., are registered at the Hartholet. Hurry Chapman, a morphine fiend from Ohio, has been Kent home by City Marshal <irant. I>r. Frank is in receipt of a letter of advice that I.is ' X-Khv" machine was shipped to him on May 83. Dr. Dulio is having his residence on the avenue unshed to a speedy comple tion. The foundation is already laid. Alex Cirlson is the lather of a hand some ten pound daughter, which made its appearance at his home on Monday evening. C. M. Hanger on Tuesday received the Bad intelligence of the death of his father. Joshua Hauser, at the old honin in Knox City, Mo., at the age of 77. It is reported that Dr. Greene has re lieve...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 1 June 1899

STANDING ROOM ONLY THAT WILL BE THE CC UNTRY'S CONDITION IN YEAH 2000 tIWIW ill I fi|>iil"tlnn Will fnnn Ali ■orl) All Trrrllory in the Inltcil Ktuleis <»l\iim f'n'i* tin Avernue of nil \itc to One l'erniin. if the population "f Hi" United Ptatos iniMiiiirs in Inrreaie hi the rate thai baa pn vailed during tbe laal twen tj yeara in Hit! year Jikkp it will reach m> grvat 11 density thers will be room for iin iivi-i.iL'r uf only one perton to an in-iv In the v.-ist area. If the rate of Incrcaae Bhall adrance as tbe rate lin* advanced during the last fifty year*, thai alarming denalty «ill bay« Imiu rcachi'd mnnj docadca earllen ii Kot'iiu ImpoMlble to believe that .'i territory whlru a century ago "rmrii so imiii. 11s. ■ thiii tin prophet could bare forest hi thai 11 rould i«- BHed op « Ith- In tunn] ceuturk'i by uuy ordinary mi ftratorj pin Dnincnon, i^n> already cotne '■I the I'niiit where "ftaudlng room only" Is oulj b i|in»tii.ti of yi'art. Vet the prppnnnl lotalu of t...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 1 June 1899

44Evil Dispositions Are Early Shown/ Just so wtl in the blood comes out in shape of scrofula, ptmples, etc.. in children ar.d young people, liken in time it can be eradicated by using Hood's Sarsaparilla. cAmericAS Greatest Medi cine. It vitalizes and enriches the blood. Blimml Bowl through hones of very young ehthlTra tlarait hs freely as Uirongb tin! vi'im. M.tliers-will find Mr<s. Wlntlow'l Konth. hi); Syrup the beet Rmt-V to us«- f.ir tin ir child n ii daring the t' etblng period. There nro said to lie TM rImIoH in the AljN over Mvo miles in length. Then nil 1* a voiim: 111:111 from LtIHIM, Who boldly wen I off to the w_r; '1 111' • I.■ •. t *' lilß'li- illlll Hick, lie tt <u\ t-rcii <, nil r qttlrk By the proinpi unoioh] .lr*se Moore. Th\>. highest point t<> which man enn :!>•:, without UiH health baing very Mrtomlj' atTeottvl IS 10,600 f«tt. to jrounelf yon tmt \\>r dntjr, I'urifv your Ijrttca by Pfundtr'i urayon Blood rurlfler. Tin' (iiipuniatie tuuo l...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 1 June 1899

RoYal Baking Powder Made from pure cream of tartar. * Safeguards the food against alum* Alum baking powders arc the greatest menacers to health of the present day. WQv*t (UKISQ PQWOCft CO., NEW YORK. 1111 1 1111 \\hiit Is (niini| on in the Ntifihlinrinii T(iun> ;mil \ilhi(|es. BRIBP n-Ksovu m:\ns notks I Paranraths of a Social and Gosslty Nature | Written Especially for "The Herald" Readers by Up-to Date Correspondents Parker Pointers Mre. Ed Goodwio iK viry sirk. The SnndßV school offlcan are making preparation! for Children's Kay exercises TbeTyro A. A. A. entertained visitorn; from Zillnh on Friday evening. Cake and coffee of their i>wn inannfai^tiire were nerved. A good time is reporttd. Another of Parker'e cboicett flowwi has been removed to MM'ther garden. Mihh Lola Dunn »rs married on theLM'h to Mr. David C. McKee, of Zillah. She ; iH the third jrorjng lady ot this place who linn entered the iiiHtrimonial state, withiu three months. It this sort of thing uoes on Parker ...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 8 June 1899

The Yakima Herald. VOL. XI, 1 /o^s\ STOP! /ss& Add to the life of your machine by using good MACHINE OIL. ■^j We make a specialty of Lubricating Oils, and can give you the best value S for your money in the city. We have a SPECIAL HARVESTING OIL with a good body and free from grit. Try a can. You will find it ecouomi |*j cal and satisfactory. We also have Cylinder Oils, Kngine Oils, Separator Pj Oils, and on AXLE GRKASK we are headquarters. Mica, C& S, Fraz rm er's, Hub, Little Giant, Monarch and Sunlight Hard Oil. We have the j3 Sunlight grease in pound boxes, 2'41b., 31b., 71b., and 12,'ilb pails. We Ji3 absolutely guarantee this grease. If not satisfactory, your money refunded. m Try it. | Monarch Carriage Grease and I Coach Oil for Buggies and Hacks. VljE are now in a position • lX_/ to interest you ir\j*jtjt PIANOS AND ORGANS. Did you miss seeing the ftoo LUDWIG, style iS, in our window last week? We are ready and anxious to take your order for anything in this line, an...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 8 June 1899

THE YAKIMA HERALD • •Her. Tur.l^T A Mrf'omb. FnblUher*. HOKIII YAKIMA . . ..WASH. EVENTS OF YIU: IUV An Intel-rating rollrrttmi of lli-nx From tli* Two llf>inia|>lt«TfH I'l-fat'iitcri In m < "i ■! <ii-» -I I ..tin San Francisco won three games from Seattle in telegraphic d^z. !• xv- has gun ">^| ' ' New Orleans. L'hu ""'IuHH^ 1 ■in'c is tied up. William BnbMil and Otis Dodd WCN killed in (Mm) liy train running iuto a hand car. Hignnr Chintglia was elected presi dent of tliu Italian chamber ol depß< ties. C'nnfp'lf rati* dead'l Knives were dCCO fated by DnioE veterans .it I'hiladel ]Al\:\. Tlip qucon of Sp;iin lias appniut^-i 1 Martinet Campoi to preeideno/ of th« ■enate. In Lower California mi Deri am eaid to In getting as high as two ounces of gild to tin' pan of dirt. Canada bai an pyo on Skn>:\viiy, if given tin- slinlite^t enconragement to hope foi the oonoeuioa of a port. Canadian! claim they lnivu discovered '■ n diii'iiment uhi<'li obviatM further qnet...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 8 June 1899

OVERLAND HELD IF Bandits Rob the Union Pa- cific Through Train. NEAR WILCOX IN WYOMINf Illcw «»p«-n Ihr Safe With Dyimnill. ■nd Arc ««lcl*«> Pair Mmls m Klch !<•■!. Denver, Juno 3-~4 tpecial to th« Tiincfi from Clieym Vi'y<>., taji: Al 4 o'clook this moriii.y th« L'nicni Pa cific mail aii'l Mpr«tt tmin No 1. was liclil up 1 '„ milt'H from WiIOOI elation, in tlnH plate, by sox ma-kel men, evi dently pfofMiionalt, who blew open the safe of the express car nn<l carrieJ h\\a\ all Itl contests. The nniil waa not touched, OB account of the fact that four armed uiuil clerk* were in charge The mail nn 1 express runs as the ' fii«t MCtion of No. 1, overland limited. ■ The Nooud Motion follows only five minute* behind. A bridge two ml let (ion the f>c<'tie <if the robbery was ihoJ to prevent the wcondsection ftotn con* inu "i 1 luring operations, A bridge in front of the train wm dynamited. The ' trainmen wen nil coTered with rifles, I and tin' robber) took their timi&...

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

[HE VAKI.UA HERALD. BAM.X.V TK-IKV \ MO '»MB. hrtUakan '•\UY\t\v4 t*M) Ifi«r»<l«y. ••.iharrtpttun lid' ptr >e»r in adfrnaea, Advertising r«t«-» Tiiißsij.n. JUNE v. im. DEMOCRATIC LEADER TALKS. Na»if>tia ConottltMaiM War Home Bill White vnttt • cmlhirm 'ppen letter •lir<»cte4i «t the wlitor of the Vakirna i ■■ii.i. r,.- ia rn-Uy 8 l'o<it-latelli|{eDcer. lu'llte Whit" M]n "I may or may nut he ;•.< j• i« ■ r,r» I with you. I do oot know who happen* to lie editor of the Yakuna liiruorrat. I I*lih-.« that yon are irna tgken alxiiit the vii.oo of the ; •■ i > of ';. - f'Hh ■■:-..■•■■■■•■. of l'orto lino i ! the PbllippiMa. If the ! >«-vi-» mil. ♦mrty of this BtfttC IB t9M tnak»a an At fcinaoii 11..nr i >■■.• hii.|-(".ui[h '(.-a I plat torm ttiey will 'w hea'en nut ol - „" ' •ad they oniiht (0 bl t>e»ten." .IndKfl White tuyu lurlhrr, "I nt-ver it believe in traitorous blatherskite democracy 01 'tie iirick Pomeroy ciripe," hthl mi- probably rloH»« th" inrident ...

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. — 8 June 1899

OASTORXA. B«»n n, j* The Kind You Haw Alwars Bought I'IiOFKSSIOXAI. <\\Kli.S. \\ W. XXI.TON. CONTKAiroK AMI BUILDER. Modem boaMbnlMlna aniHolmJng a spec laity. Mi referenm Threw who I bare built fur. simp between l*ee'iihos ston and Coffin llnm., on CbWtOat RfMi 'ARRnl.l. H OBATBa. Flltil'.liiirit, IltA IV Ksi.l KM \KT. N''irtll YHkillU I ( JR.WKS * IHOLXHABT, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. tiOOmi 7 mnl s, Ssoond I1ii«»r. Kniit NHtiotiß Hank balMlnf. lo.NKs .k; QTJTHBIK, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. ■ >rer Kir«t National HHiik.Nortli »«"»■,»-» IXTHTTSONAPARKERI «"»" w»trso» > > I rRKI> I'ARKKR ATTORNEYS AT LAW. O**"'"'.' •■ In First Nh'liiiirl Rnak KllililliiK. DOGLB A RIOO, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. OQOM civcr TaklßM HatlOtuU Hank, North yaktnai Waihtnirton* TllllN 'i. IKiVI.K. ATTORNEY AT LAW. OmCI IN Till: lIKK\I.I> IHII.DINIi. Will practice In all the cnnrtH of the Htate and I?. S. I. in.l < >tti,. -. 1 K. liANKS, DENTIST. oftVe over l'iistiifln'«. Ynkinia ft\t'iiue, Nortl Vakima. 1) N....

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 8 June 1899

what reoru say. A Traislcat Rrcord of Pnvatt Ocinmns PiiMicly feBMHK O. A. Keriit r—What Ihere is in ihi< lew cult of Ho-mlltM < lirmtißn Science I iion'l pmfeaa io know Then a»e more ihincs |o tie iveii mid >arth, lli.m tin, limn are .re^mt ill in my philnMiphy "Plj i - Id • know , h'lAiver I Imve tn-en iritituti.-jy acquainted with a Ckria'itn S. ie. ti»t fur the piist three years. Thi« man la the rmbodiUKßl of perfect ph**< icul henltli, never even hnvini; had a coid in nil that 11nn\ neither i.n- any member i»l bia family. 11. I' I ei"«im—T err w.is n sliirht error in Tin llkiiu.h* mentloa of nn iifinxiheMi.il of a revolutionary toldier. .My fiither Wae about 7"i\e»rH old « lien I wii- horn, instead of 86; it wits at this 'alter age be wa- pensioned for his per vice mi.l r Waibio«t»n. My altler, two yearn yiiungm Hihh I. and myself were tlie yoniik:e«t of the •-li l dren anil »re now the s'.ie pnrviyorn of the family. S. O RwiOat- I d.ni know what there - .. 'on i is...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 8 June 1899

LOVE-CHARriS. The lovr charm Mill lingers, the last link to the old days nf ignorance and Miprrsti tion when ciWfSM WvfY believed lobe pow erful to cure Mmm and defiat df ath The day of charm* i» /V' , Hone. although ;'.j-(/■■",.' \_«HB^ -'■mi sweet miss ,J'^ r * jgm-^g^k now .mil a^am /*^^b procures a love »P\ chat in, not know •/U—v—_BTi) inn that the urea! i /'[] ' |U\\ all i< the beauty f f )V I NA \" f P^ff*'l'l health r sT\ Pfl A, n<l ■tl". s ' "vjtrv*l ' \\\ A fach of every ( '*AtJ ' / \ woman When •s ,s f it,o i V \ from the ■■'" II n Y feminine u ess of face which ruen admire. th( y ninj 1 CVTC the tr<iiii>l>- ,md renew MRMtfa and herinly t>y the use of I>r I'iiicc's l'lvorile PtWCTip tion It ovi rcotm s all the ills peculiar to women It impart! strength to delicate or|ran«, st,>p« tin- diaini thai Hp vitality, restore-tlu color to the cheek and round nes- to the forts. It bring- health back and health ii-iifi- beaut; it i- Iraponl- We f.M the face t...

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

fill SI IW \\li ■' is Goltg (in D.iiK nl latCRSt to All Our IVn|ik'. MISCELLANEOUS SEWS NOTES ■ tcois of ersonal and Local Mention Put Into Condense! Form for "The Herald's" Busy Readers. Tiip old price on Rboica mi t»s at X insfv'w. .\ H.u'iiii iliiiuo took placf i\\ Allrii'b lihll mi Tlnirsiluy iTClllag. W. I. st;il A I. 'tray, PakCO jiinnferi", were in town Friday, the inttcr (in hiiK \\Mf-. \V. K. Bnllock left last week for Seat tle where he will remain for a month, on baiinKM matters. Km Nil —A hlttik fur overcoat. Owner ('an have tame by addressing Mrs. Mary Kruce, North Viikima. Si Hpv. Condit, latp of .luneau, Alaska, will enter upon his miniHtrv next Sunday at the I'reshyterian church. 11. M. Lichty, tlie peoretary of the Donkard aaaociatlon at Boonyside, was a North Vakiiiia visitor ou Monday. Mrs. John Wiley, of tbla city, is in re ceipt of the sad intelligence that Mrs. Kay, her sister, is dying at her home in Alexis, 111. Mt.ssrs. Mires, Warner, I'ickson, lior den and J...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 8 June 1899

THR LOCAL KOI MMT. Bshy carriage* galore at The Klite. Walter N. Granger went to the Snnud on Tuesday's flyer. Commencing next Monday, all the liankn in the city will open at 10 o'clock «. m. in place of 9 a. m. Miss Sanmlera, who MM here for her health from Taconia, is being greatly tieneHted by Y'akirna'a famoux air The council failed to meet on Monday night. No v nor urn. They will try and meet again tomorrow (Friday) night. Mrs. H. F. Bean and .laughter returned Friday evening from a two weeks visit among friends at their old home in El lensburg. Men and horses are dying with heat in M. Louin ami Chicago. In Yakima people are wearing xpring overcoats and the horses their winter coats. Rumors that Waller Heed was going to build adjoining the Lund building opposite the new depot when run down proved false. Register Reed will build later. Deputy Marshal Dilley took aix prisoners to Seattle Monday for trial in the Federal Court for selling liquor to Indians. Messm. Wiihite anil Shor...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 8 June 1899

> A MODEL STEP-DAUGHTER. •.if «..f in: meadow wai .-ill pearled over jl \\:t!i ili « ; the .\n>;i!^t sun Wiis distilling iwet'tnoM from Abigail Wrny's tluve-jilnks nnd iweet wi!l ini in, and the L'irl Bnng cnjrly nt her work, :is the put the roffce and !i"t . i mil penis mi Hie Inlilo, and nodded '.> ;,,:■ fatl i oomitifi In from the Oclds, with .. ; I ..;• k . ;i!" i il it raw bat In I,:- linnd. "Wi 11, pus»." said tbo fnrnu r, with m Hi lie, "] iv d I you vnj y } ours< If Imm . :- ■, , to I - One di h fee ti ■.■■'•" ■ i >;, mi mm ':. fatlu r!" cried Abigail. : |] n .1- < rowdcd, nml 1 don't ki u\\ » lii-tl r « ■ nil cried or Inughed oil. i.. -i. i Hi, fatln r," she nddi''.. "what a ■:! ;i I' 1 Mile ][I must In- 1" 11 » ■ able to tin ..■ ji.upic's bearti like that!" "Humph!" — ■.*:» I KlUni Vfvnj. "In my tluic women used to Btay ai borne and mind the Uouie mi.l look niter their children, Instead <'f going tramping Brouud ihe country giving lectures." "But Miss ...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 8 June 1899

THE OTHER EAR. What I niiii.-r Tr.nlinrnt In.l for R«.y, l>r. lli.mn. Thp NVWIIMI nmUCMM WUhSS pub tubed :\ Mound mnl regard in;* hi* ran ol deafness hy I>r. Damn, at M MonifOC street. This la only MM of many siinilui cuses bftMgUl to our notice: University I'ark. Or., May in, IW). Editor Oreoonlan: Bonn two weekaasji or tnora I Mid something of regaining mv hearing under tin- treatment of Dr. barriii of which 1 bad nuffercd for several vents On lhcir<l implication the deafiie** of om ear (ihe l<fi ) mi remedied, The difficult) Of the other was more serious, unit Hit doctor remarked that, unless I eoutd eti' dan the pain, w that he could pet ai iin.l examine it, he feared lie should nol lii übie to cure it. I took medicine home and applied it that evening. The next day I lay Dpnn the left side two hours, with th( nnht ear full or medical ear oil. Aft.-i noon 1 went to the doctor amtin, win teemed to be pleased with evident Mgn« ol Improvement. I applied the mediriix iipa...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 8 June 1899

RoYal Baking Powder Made from pure cream of tartar. Safeguards the food against alum* Alum baking powders are the greatest im-ii.-i.-r-. to health of the present day. WOT»t BAKINO POWPCR CO . NEW YORK. 11111 COUNTY \\hiit 1^ (ioinq on in the Vi<|hlmrin<| Towns ami Villages. BRIEF PBRBOXAL REWB \OTKS Paragraphs of a Social anl Gossipy Natur Written Especially for "The Herald" Readers by Upto-Date Correspondents Ahianiim Newslets. Mrs. A. Itowman, rpprewentinij the Viavi lonipany of San Francisco was up on buninesH last week. W. 11. Whfpplt has been baying beef Ctttle Hii'l porkers in this neighborhood for C*Rr*l"ti llros. of Seattle. .1. Mofg of Aiitmrn, tireen Kiver val ley, li«h been looking over the Ahtanmn valley prior to moving his family and dairy cows over. Mr. Mivn thinks an alfalfa Held and a herd of dairy cows con stitute a sire road t ■ wealth. • icorj" Vance, of tbfl well-known cloth ing bonne of I. 11. Dills iV Co., North YakuiKi, waß in the valley on business iaH'...

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. — 15 June 1899

The Yakima Herald. VOL. XI, /#%^ STOP! #%> I 3 tlwil and Oil Ud tIRSp [ _ Add to the life oi'your machine by using' good £> MACHINE OIL. We make a specialty of Lubricating Oils, and can tfive you the best value t A tor your money in the city. \\Y have a SPECIAL HARVESTING OIL / i^fl with a good body and free from Try a can. You will find it economi- 9 "2 cal and satisfactory. We also have Cylinder Oils, Engine Oils, Separator L S^ Oils, and on AXLE GREASE we are headquarter* Mica, Ci\:S, Kraz- (^ «w er's, Hub, Little Giant, Monarch and Sunlight Hard Oil. We have the 2j Sunlight grease in pound boxes, 2'^lb., 31b., 71b., and 12!..1b pails. We t ■ absolutely (guarantee this grease. If not satisfactory, your money refunded. '•' I Monarch Carriage Grease and | I Coach Oil for Buggies and Hacks. | 1^ lrvlL V\l OIVIVS ! Mancr, Kinds and Descriptions. This year we have secured small and complete assortments for family and private celebrations, ranging in price, from $3 to $8; $3 asso...

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