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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 15 June 1899

THE YAKIMA HERALD fcftllfiv. TlM'-lrj 1 A Mi I -ir.lt. I'mKliklii-i* VORTH YAKIMA. WASH. EVENTS OF JIIEIuV An I■■ i - '■ •" "w <*oll«Ttii>ti i>f Itfina t i.-w ItM I "■> ll«ini»|>li<rH« l-mciilril lv m t'otii!t»iitf*il Form. H'liitfty Filipinos are heirijj fo 1 by trie Atnciic till. The Philippine coßtnimioaan have bt-en t:i 1 !<• 1 home. Tinl Vixen li.i" reached liluiTirl Ir) to relieve the Detroit Co«ta Riot Hi! I Nicaragua are pre ruling for a conflicti Mosquito comt Indiana hava ro belicl Bgainat Nicaragua. Augusta, <>a., wm visited l>y a de structive fire; loss, |960,000. A lii'w banana tm*t has been formed. It will fight v limiUi organisation f >rmed last winter. The OQtlook is e;>id to he bright for Ihe lettlenient of tbe Alaska boundary dispute in London. Seven walnut-groweis' Bnociationi In Soatliern California have combined for mutual protection. Twenty-five deathi and n:i prottra* tiom it tinl remit of it hot June day in New Yoik and vi&...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 15 June 1899

FIGHT NEAR MORONG A Reconnoitcring Party At tacked by Rebels. OSB AMERICAS WAS KIU.I.i r..nglit Thrlr Wny i- ■■ :. to < ..in Through !!.«■ Kiirmy - Itciiifol-c© ■ ii. I.i« fur OtU- Manila, June 12. —A i<>connoiterin| fstvty <if II American soldiers, in the I ..I- in I! <■ vicinity of Morons yester day, were attacked by 100 teliels. Th« Ameiicans fought their way to camp through t lie enemy and inflicted severe town on them. Tlio American's cliiel fH killed. Five InatHgentl were cap tured and token to Motung. Tin' rebels nr« extremely active. The |irritOH of oavaliy mil North Da kota infantry are throwing up in trenchments. Ten Ttion4Hti(l >l«n for OtU. WathingtOn, .Tune 12. — Tlib solu tion of the problem of how to reinforce iieneral Otis without calling fm volun* teers or reducing below tlie dattgM line the. leserve foice. in the United Htates, was reached at a meeting ol the, cabin*! today. Attorney-General Uiiggs an nODDOod his opinion that the amiv re organisat...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 15 June 1899

nil: YAKIMA HERALD. HAH.KY. TfKSI.KY ■ Me (OMB, FaMtakM*. PaMlefad irwy TfciUlM. wtwilpdoi 11.00 per year in mlvanre. AilvprtlalUK "■«■•■• UIKIII H| !'• ■»'■■' THURSDAY, JVSK It, 1599. AS TO Tlil'STS. Col. Kobertsnn hss at last found an c'!- | iturial hobhv he can ride without fear of btiag unhorsed by the Yakima contin gent of hii party, known as bell-weath ers. l*bt Oo!. ipiotea, in his apology for trngts, tiie attorney general of Missouri, who Bays: "The only way to stop tlie growth of mints is by concerted action 00 the part of the legislatures." The at torney general when asked bow a na tional iMM could be made of the trust Hiiestion frankly stated be did not know. "Nobody elee knows," triumphantly ahoiite too Kt-publi-. The attorney gen eral of MiHSotiri haf bitten dtf more than he can chew when he bold* that through state action iilone the trust OCtOfHM may he Uid low, How long will the MißKnuri titalute »tand in the Fed eral court which permi'n a state debtor of a trust orga...

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. — 15 June 1899

WHAT PEOPLE SAY. A iransicm Record of Private Opinions Publicly Expressed. X F. lt«nson—l will not have rlmrge of the Hotel Riverside at Prn»BPr, as was currently reported. It in denitfned to run that hostelry h« a sanatarium for one luiifi-.l people and other invalids. The r>i.Hi i ritr. Hwinniiiiiir, lulian climate <md Switzerland Sfetiery all ronihine to make that plare a ureat resort. None better on the coast. Edward Whitsnn—The building goinit on here it< giirpriainiu', ibOMßfa vpry quiet, The town in putting on mt>tro|>olitan airs ami leaping toward an never bffure. There is a businesslike air about it all that is very agmiriiii;. Tolling lipcknsr—Kveryboily down our way hitiiih to be ttettini; ready to '•jine" the socialist. The people believe that if the trusts have come to stay, the novern tnent otiKht to own and control them f. I. Lowe—We have not the Fili pinog hy the fortunes of war, and I don't pee that we can do anything but baptize tin in into Vmericnii...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 15 June 1899

iLi 1MB! «n 1181 HI MM 18 ■ ■ »18. t t # ONGU NG BROS FT -|#P |\jWDgUBgIHIBr SHOWS H # x '■*'*>** *VT lv> / ~ '^^^^•QH^^P'^ 88'I'llll^^ monarch of the a \ JV A»" / 7^C-<.^ iooo PeophT~T^ L*JZJ~~t L M amusement world- K^r^ £i% 500 Horses „ „ W^^fi^f^ II K^ft^ tuple c,rcu>. |^ £| s<-^ ,/ s » contests ™f) PrrfnriTHT* * i^/ '/iJfc '>A *4T Ekphants „* J* J* AMI inn i>i O! V * >/ iinoJ-r thr I.ARQESI J«" rLnoraim * #^j«BR. J& iflt Jt <-# 100 Dens and Ci^'s .•* DARINQ AND EX- V > _-^' >^^™ YE" 5 BiR Arenas .*.* "F^i».4%^^^' ,' ! 2 Acres of Tents i PERT GYMNASTS^"" >^ \ 3 ORRAI 1 Aerial Enclave * JL^yQ^t^^l\ - "4^^ $3,700,000 Invested j» Exre"^^*? 118// --"^X | gAS^fv" 1!. 8 M Mile Race Track. J. T TT Jt]Jl[T ,/^\ $7,400 Daily Expenses. -^'-" / / /^rt\ >* H"re."d Hdn?, A MAJESTIC, IMPOSING, IDEAL, PATRIOTIC SPECTACLE, I THE ONLY EXHIBITION IN THE WORLD PRESENTING trawed / L ' lmS\ r:: LAST DWSMEHTDBT --Sfil-IKIRiiF ART r; k" i J , f (/' , n>1 M ...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 15 June 1899

Tlion»»n<la «r.. Trjlnß It. In ord»r to prr« thn gT<**t merit of Kly'« Cream Balm, tin maul ettectiT« cur.' for Catarrh and ( old in Head, we have pre pared ■ pnemw trial nizn for 10 p*nts. Get it of your draggi«t<* Mad 10 <er:tn to ELY 881 )S., r.r, V.; lrr «n fit . \. V. City. Isofferr.l from ■• it '::!i <\t th« wort kind »Ter Biu.e :■. bo.V. ■ ! I I:', f ll'.ped fol cure, hut l'.l\\ < r.-.tiu IV v neai to dr r»en that. Mmy » laii I iv • k have nsii! it with cxcp] .lit r- ,',{-. M-ardHtrm.. 45 VVnrreu Arm., Qiicagv), IU. Ely* Crp«m Hnlni is Ok- MtoowMgal cure for cai.uili an I conLiiuM no aoraioK, mercury nor nnv Ininrtaw drac. Price, 60 ci Hi-. At draggiati or by mail. Deerink' HikfH have teeth that ilo not break WILLIAMS' nil I P TANSY HLW A Sl'ltK RELIEF TO VVOMAM tor »1J trotihlrp peculiar to her sex JS^Scnd by mail or fn.m our Airi-nt. f t.OO per box WILLIAMS MFG. CO., Props.. CLEVELAND, OHIO. •»' «»ii. I.i Hi. >..nl. tHhlniH Unit «t<.r. lln It. vi...,...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 15 June 1899

OABTORXA. im, tha The Kind You Haw Always Bought Signature /&' j£/Jtf-+~#' ' PMQFKBBIONAL cards. W. KKLTON, CONTRACTOR AND BUILDKR. Modern homebutldtng and designing a tpee 'tilty. My ri'lcTi'iii ■ ■ Thone »li"l have built [or. Hbop between !.«'» nhoe itora and Cofln Brot., "»ii ciii^tiitu Btreet. i'tciini.i. B iii'.AVK". Klleniburc, Ika I. Kv.i km M«r, Worth Yukiina ( jkavks A ENOLKHART, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Roomi 7 mi. l I, Second Boor, Pint KatlonaJ Bank building TONES ><« QOTHRIE, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. i>\, : Kir*t National HHiik. Nurth Yallma.Wait \\HITSoN.vr.\KKKK' »»•» w«ittop ATTORNEYS AT LAW. gm~ In First National Hank Rml.lmK. DOQLE A RIQQ, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. ofticcx iivit Taklma Natioua! Hunk. Kortb Vakliim, WatklDgtOD. |OHH Q. H'IYI.K. ATTORNEY AT LAW. OmC'l IN Tllr. IIKKM.II 111 ILOIHO. Will practice In all the courts ol the state and 11. s. l,<nd Offices. I K. BANKS, DENTIST. Office OVS* PoMOSee, Y»kima Rveiiiic, North Yak Iran. jj n. qorden, m. d., Physician a...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 15 June 1899

Wliat a brutr ! That is what is said of the man who abuse* his horse, but the man who abuses hi- body finds help and on couragc-ment on every side His mother makes him some — of Hint good old- \ *j fashioned mince -Off *-ri7' pie. his 'V-'^r' K&3i>''/ rJ gi daughtei __ wi-rT 'V*^ • " ho. bis Vf-'A J?vl »/ iv ... ' f'/W / ( cuit. and his wife follows with deli cious ice cream Presently the man li.is that unpU'.is.int fcrlin(f in Mm Momcb which is tin- brffinnittK of a dyspeptic con dition His nrrvrs become unstrnnff, and he makes mother, wife and daughter mis erable with his raoodincss. His liver is torpid His blood is t«in(f poisoned by the impurities which the brokrn-dows <jr- L.'.m- are incapable of taking rare of. He is in just the condition to iec«-i\e tin- fjer%is of any disease. He is a shining mark for the (firms of consumption To ih.it dis ease too, he becomes a victim onr day or another, unless saved by the use of such a remedy as Dr. Pierces Golden Medical Discov...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 15 June 1899

TKISTS AM) THUIK ASPECTS Rev. ii M Bartlett's Fine Discourse on a Crtit ADsorbliif Topic. At the publisher* re«|ii>st the- Key. Mr. Hanlelt has written the following report of his Sundar evening termon up on 'Tlii- Social an<l Moral Aspects of Trusts:' 1 The iriowth of the so-called Trust is one of the most remarkable feature* of the industrii.l world and means simply industrial revolution. While this move ment began mnl years back, it is dur ■ng the laxt two \.ai- that it has reiiehed its culmination. Fi"v people FMHm the extent it lias reached. A writer in the ■lime number of the Keview of Keviews siivs: "Besides the incorporated trusts, wlncli probably number more thuu MHI in the United Sta'es, and arc capitalized at six to eight In lions of dollars, al though their actutil capital is probably lesi than three billions. th'Te are- per haps ">(MI more agreements and pools be tween competing manufacturers ami transporters, which, from the stand point of the consumer, are as...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 15 June 1899

Mints What is (juintj on l)ail\ of Interest to All Our People. msCBUAHBOOa XBKS KOTOS •temi of ersoaal and Local Mention Put Into Condensed Form for "The Herald's" Busy Readers. All kinds of photographs at James" gallery. Host platino finish. Kd. Lyon returned Wednesday from California improved in health. The carpenters are busy putting in a* sightly fence around the depot park. Walter A. Keed, regiater of the land office, came home from Seattle Tuemlav night. Tickets to the C. K. convention at Se attle will lie on sale by agent Graham on Saturday. H. B. Scudder returned on Tuesday night from a business trip to Hnt|(iiam, by the sea. John Reed «as in town yestorday and reports that Sunnyside will celebrate the Fourth ol July. The cyclones awful record of Tuesday is KM) dead in Herman, Neb., and 150 dead in New Richmond, Wis. A. I). F.gliri enriched the city's coffers this week $5, for fast driving on the av enue, Police Justice Taggard officiating. J. H. Needham has etrbarked in the...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 15 June 1899

THKIR HUH FORESTS. PHILIPPINES PRODUCE MANY VALUABLE WOCDS. Bf iilioifiltly In * a I'lcntifill tlint It I* I we,i np • trd i Mil ry liHßSiwr S*i\viiiill» Will lie Very Profltabll \\ htri the t niiitry In Qntetsd, Cnde Sum's dew possessions, Cuba nt. > I the l'hil!|i|)lin », art* destined (o cut considerable Bgure In the lumber trade us si,.n us American cuetbodi of push 1111 • 1 enterprise are adopted. Cuba pos ihici some (if the besl mahogany nnd Hpanlsli cedar In tbe world, and the Philippine lilandi are covered with mahugany, ebony, camphor wood and other valuable hardwood forests, .1. U. Htnkle, ;i member of the First Regi ment of Washington Volunteers, a practical furniture • maker, recently wrot* to Cbarlea It. sn^h, of Spokane, from Manila :is followa: "There are half a doien bard woodi bere thai take a high polish, They arc somewhat lighter than mahogany In appearance. I know the Dame of only one, camphor wood; I think the othera (In not grow in other place*. The na tive ...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 15 June 1899

HENRY CLAY FRICK. NEW HEAD OF THE CARNEGIE STEEL COMPANY. A IVinr Hook keeper In 1870, He I- Nnw a Miiltuiiiilr.il iin ..,,,| Con trol* I mi. rpilm h Involving Hun ilrcils nf Milliuua of li,>il.n „ As the head of tin- new Carnegie /ttt-i Company, the granteat of all the recently consolidated industrial con cern*, tlenry Clay Prick nu become a 111:111 of world wide interest. He Is a man of uncommon mould. At -\ he was a poorly paid bookkeeper lv a dis tillery, To-day, at 60, In- Is tin- owner of the si cutest coke-making plants in tin' world, lms a private fortune ■mooting to $18,000,000 or more, and is the active head of enterprises involv- Ing the Use of lllllldri'ds of lllllliotls of dollars In capital A man who can make this kind of a record for himself can he truthfully described as ■•un common." Mr. I'rlcU Is the builder of his own fortune, lie secured wli.it In' baa without the aid of family Infl-ieuce or wealth and It Is the creation of ills own brain ami industry. Henry (...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 15 June 1899

RoYal Baking Powder Made from pure cream of tartar. Safeguards the food against alum* Alum baking powders are the greatest menacers to health of the present day. ROYAL OAKING PQWDCR CO., fq» YORK. THE LOCAL KOI XD-IT. sir** hats given away «s Coffin Bros, Mrs. SiMir will take h<wschool vacation in the pact, vimitiriu relatives. I'rof. Barge returned from a hasty trip to the Bound Monday night. A. 1.. Dilley was registered »t tt.p Cbilb*rgi Teooma, on Toeaday, The Wonder lihb (his week received another liirtre invoice of millinery. L"J The new school board will bold its tirst meeting on Friday the 7th oi July. A number ol local sports enjoyed a pi^ pnn fhoni on the fair groundi on Bonday. M. Caution of North Yakutia, huh leg [•lered Ht the Battler in Seattle on Tues day. .1. ('. Lloyd 'if Ellenabnrg, »a» » Yaki in» vieitor Ihe lirwl of tbfl week on legal business. Rev. A. 11. Lyoot attended t he com mencement exercises at I*.Hamburg Wed nesday. Don'l iiii-n tl»t» opera next Monday...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 22 June 1899

The Yakima Herald. VOL. XI, I Haying Tools I In Forks we carry only the best makes, and you will I 3 find a good assortment to select from. In Hay Car- E | riers, Slings, Sling Pulleys, Jackson Forks, Double | 3 Harpoon Forks, and other fixtures for the barn or field p A we can fit you out. B I \ Scythes and Snaths. i 4 A nice line of Grass Scythes, Weed Scythes and Bush Scythes. f J Scythe Stones, 10, 15 and 20 cents. | J Star Sickle Grinders, Grindstones and Fixtures. l j Try a can of our Harvester Oil. ** .* J* You will find it Good. | I (^^^^l Hardware l^^^l r iKILWURI\3 ! Manner, 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 assorted cases contain 238 pieces; other cases ac cordingly. Out of town people should write for prices and particulars. We will serve you promptly. j» j* j* SSSTmSU. IMIOOIRE <&c "WElsTlsnEK, stationers I FOR #"^ ■ 1 G rocenes I TRADE AT \ I th...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 22 June 1899

THE YAKIMA JjERALD • ail«r, Tiimlrr A MrComb. l-.iMi.iin> KORWI YAKIMA ... f WASH. EVENTS OF WiiAY An llilrre.llni < pllri tlon ..f IttMli* I ••■ui iin Two ll<uil>plirrr> l'rrainl»il in ft * i.i .l .■ n«<-.l l ki in At Znpnte the rebel loss ran into the Attodreda. Mines i\n- n^nin starting up »t Wardner, MabO. Hun. Rlobatd I. Miami died at bit home, in Lilian. hi, Mo. A cloudburst near Ban Antnnio,; Tex., caused loss of 1 ife. 'Iho Northern Paaifia has dropped on< of its transcontinental traini, Han Francisco wants her new feileral ; Itnilding mult t if bone material. Karl llanolif*tt(*i son ol a formal Lm Angelei i.. \-| .i|. i man, killed his wife and then attempted itilciile. Kriip r i< conciliatory. Be will con« tinue to Dinke < lessions, whether itir.it i!pi(;iwi aooepti arbitiation or Ilill. The Alaskan boundary difficulties hi-' practically smoothed over until tiii' meeting of tlm high eomtniation In August. Bather than concede the 8-liour .lay, ' C...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 22 June 1899

STORER IS PRESENTED Queen of Spain Receives the New American Minister. NO FORMAL SPKK.CHES MADE t'utilir Kept In fgnornnri* nt tti» recep tion In 0i.1.r to Arnlil l>.. n«r.-. >« I > 1.- lnrlilrntl. Ma hid, June 19.— The newly «p --f.ointel United Mates minister to Span, Bellamy Storer, Was received in formal audience by the queen recent today. There were no speeches, and only n few cordial phrases were ex chargeil. Two state carriages from th yal st.illeo conveyed .Mr. Storer from the. Hotel de RoOH to the palace and took him back to the hotel after thj I'lilience. Premier Silvela pre eeiite I Hi, Mom to her majesty. Then were no crowdt abonl the pnluce, Mr. Btoni'l reception being uri iiii nijnced in order tU Hljld dliaUlßl' •<\\i\" looldrati, T!.c fact that tlifiro wore no ppceches is not Mirprining, as this is tlie pra tice When niinistcis are received. Speeches •re only nada In the oaie of atnbasts* dori. Nevertheless, tlie (jneen regent w;;« very amiable and coinpli...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 22 June 1899

THE YAKUHA HERALD. BAII.KV. TI'KdLKY A MiCOMB, l'iit,ll«her« ■'it.l -1.-.I every I ininula)-. inhM-rlptlon 11.00 p<r year in ailvauoe. v.lviti iklik rate* npou application. THVRShAY, JUSK tt, /«»«. l\ IKMBPMEBBIBLB CONFLICT, Governor H 'gers in a letter to Govern or Saye>s. of Texan, declines 10 attend the aotitiu*t convention at St. Louis. Ht reason* thus lam at a los- to see, too, bow the ,-iatiiral ami fundamental right of either na ural or corporate persons to hay and jell <an h interfered with by legal enact iiient under OUT constiiulion. For thin reason 1 CM sip no remedy for the trust "vil save public ownership. This new jti'-stion of Ifce trMte it really the very • •Id OHM of capital versus labor, or stat ■ d differently, the attempt of the al mighty dollar to acquired entire -u,'i in' icy in the alfairs of men. There is in aX 'his an irrepressible conflict, which will Dot down h: the btddin|| of any state leu itlttnn. Governor RogCTI is peasimiltic. There •s no pub...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 22 June 1899

BIIIMK Stub Our re|>reeenta'ive, Mr. H. M. Ailh'mi, will he at the Hotel : Yakima for a slmrt lime. We have MafM in miiiinit .■•■■« k- .i'.il keeping h rf*prr*»pntHtiv#» in Etopablte Camp* >-n»tiipK us to keep our client! posted Now Im the time to invent h pri.TM arc low. U«ll »t the fiotfl for free maps an I in foriiirttiiui. H. P. PALMER & CO. MINING BROKERS, Boi I7!H. BUM, WASH. Dr.GUNNS-^ ONE FOR A DOSE. r>|| I A """ I'pinp:.... IT"».-.,t E^il 1 •orh-.ui, Thr»ii,.|thM»fip«noTii?*.n. To con' ZJ" r" »"''• "• <•■" ">«il ««mpl» fr.'-,. r foil hoi for ••.BoidumruggiiU. DR.BOSANKO CO. Phil*. Pa, TANSY riLLO A SURE RELIEF TO WOMAN for ail troubles peculiar to her sex. lar'Send by mnil or from our AutU. SI.OO per box. WILLIAMS MFG. CO., Props.. CLEVELAND. OHIO. lur %Hl« lit I lie %»•i ili \iikl in 11 Druic \|i'i I*, m».ui, I'ropr, f§f§ijf|f§f MUK M 18 B"O lir Vv'.lltiinis'lri'^an P"6 B"ffl W H 8,, >/' ' ..:•,. ■i;.- „ U P'J Tj fj I *• ' uti.l IK ..iiik ■ ■ tol poul...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 22 June 1899

WHAT IT.OPI.R SAY. A Transient Record of Private Opinions Publicly Expressed. Traveling Representative J. C Ayer \ (*n_North YiUinii ii without any question the li< -t town in the state out • ilie of Scuttle ii'id Spokane. I Imve iMvelul nil over ilie PacinV must iind I know of no IO«B tlmt II looking ho sub stantial and apparently d"t*| the hunt MM tliH' i* hem/ done here. You not only li.'ivi- ii wocderfullv p-oductive country itliont you, but as nii'c i climate, as ran lie femnd under Mm sun. Krcd l'arker—My brother, Ed, <li<l not conic to visit him a» I expected, He was retained !■> defend a mhi fur murder in Kentucky, bat ns they wen- hnntjin^ bin to the court pome one in Ihe crowd tired Ht Hiid shot him. My brother hid A crowd «»* friends, fully tinned, to pro tect him while de'endim: the m in. so I presume he is in no danger from t lie Bob. .liisoti Carpenter - I MB in receipt of a I Her from \. .1. l.nc«. ol Oneida, N. V , whiihdays iliat the hop crop there looks...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 22 June 1899

| Pn^ption -Mr — ' VJ, s" V A V \) | ITMAHES HEALTHY MOTHERS !j! AND HAPPY CHILDREN "I have taken two bottle* of Dr. Pttret'l Favorite Prescription ,! and am well and strong. 1 have j been the mother of four children, but I am getting along better this i I L lime than I tver did before. / , 7. —Mrv Alfred Clark, Hite- \ I i! JL man. Monroe Co., la. Jp ij '! ' Till* In Tour Opportunity. On receipt of ton cents, chnu or nt«mp«, ft nene.roun sample will be mailed of tlio ni'>Kt popular ('uturrh nnd Hay Fever Cure (Ely's t'riiiin Hiiliin Kuflicient <o drnioii strite the great merits of the remedy. ELY BBOTHKBS, 6G Wiirrcn !St., Nfw York City. Rcr. John Bdd, Jr.. of Oreal Falls, Mont., recoiiinii uded Kly's (roaui liaim to me. I ciin emplinsizx his Ntntrnirnt, '-It in B posi tive cure for catarrh if lived as directed."—• Hey. FranciH W. Pod*, l'astor Ceutrull'rcs. Churcb, Helena, Mont. Kly's Crpain Bnlm is tho acknowledged euro for rntarrli and contains no niiTCury lior any injurio...

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