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

.UL- VAKLMA HERALD. BAIUtY. Tt*Kt*t.KY 8 Mii'tlMß. I'littliahi-rv Jnhliaie<l iv.-rv Tiuimiltiy. rabaerlpttoa mat f)4 r yenr In mlvan. v Vil.ertlnltig rates iii-.n application. THVBBBAT, .111.V 9, 18M. VINCENT A. RYAN. The sodden dentil of Klitor Rvan, 0| Ihp Tacoma News, has i-alled fnitb a large number nf mloglea. many ol them touching and beautim! tributes to his fim- tine writer ssvs ot him —I ipiote .rum niemort —that he was not a great I man. a_reeUieaele a relative term; it i-fcoinpsrativ ». not superlative. TberP are treat singers, painters, sculptors, poets, orators, j uirnslists ami what not, each great in the sense of excelling the best in ♦.is line o| ftf >rt. Tne great journalists .4 the Pacific slope can l*> counted on ihe fingers ol a human hnml Vincent \ ltyaii wa« one of tbem. Hiri iithh llllly in liii" i-liiim-ii iir-.tH-^titii was u deed, remarkable A- i paragraphia*, »i * pOWrMil • niiilensiiig into an epigram ihe great Irti'bs ot t-iirren' history, was t...

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. — 6 July 1899

" The Jewel* of Hop*.** Is Hurt* any sadder jfcf aMU \mA\ a \ •»r more pathetic spec- $0* wz^mi poor woman weigh- /uffgoifjOffjS wretchedness *ini'%^fc^i _^_____7_r lightfnl and inspiring picture than that of the same woman when the spirit of renewed life comes to her .r^ain and holds up btflOß her the jewels of hope, and tlie regal garments of rejuvenated health and happy complete womanhood? " I had been a sufferer for more than onr year with severe depressing pains in my womb." says Mrs. Annie I, Mathews n lady living at *;io Broadway. Newport, X I . in a thankful let ter to I>r R V Pierce, of Buffalo. N. Y. "I seemed to have no life or energy. I was always in such misery "At times I suffered so much 1 thought that death wuiild Im- (utter for me I had tried doc tors and different kinds of medicinea but all failed to do me any good I commenced to take Dr. Pierce'f Favorite Prescript ion und also his ' Pellets.* and hail only taken one bottle when I felt much better. When I had t...

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

KEENE t ■f*«**^-«^'^!ll88L ;;ta Street... Nortb Yalima. IIIISHIW «,i 1 • Khtit is (ioinij on Daily of Interest to All Our People. ii ' ■ t '!MISCELLANEOUS NEKS XOTES ii ti j items of iivm.il and Local Mention Put „ Into Condensed Form for "The i Herald's" Busy Headers. . _ tf* \ V. M. Spam is back from bis extend , ed eaate ti trip. Dr. ii inn, ol North Yakima, tvas I registered In Spokane Saturday. Mrs. W. S Miinti, of Port Townaeod, i .s visiting relatives in Yakima. Mrs. Abni r Sinclair has brought home from I'lirtland her daughter, who was ill there. A. K. Hiacock, ol Syracuse, N. V., has left fur the Sound after a pleasant visit to his brother, Dell, of the Moxee. The i'listotlii-f Department has allowed the postmasters nt Colfax and North Yakima two additional clerks each at salaries uf |000. W. F. Fulton and wile, of Sninpter, Oregon, are visitors ol A. L. Aikins, who accompanies Mr. Fulton overland to Okanogan, Mrs. K. 0. Hall was very generally entertained by her Woman's Cl...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 6 July 1899

*Jl*_ llal A a *-ja____.jf^a_a_* _a jut mJkJk a ittjoiiij « a j THAT S WHAT WE MAKE J . over MA designs In woven win- lath ami L . picket fencing, at prices that are within _ . vnur easy reach. Inui'i pai nig prices C . fur leiu Ing until V i,u sec what we *re put E , tlnz up We a-e also j, J Contractors and Builders. J sml mskt-plan* ami estimates. If GM. ALLEN, I (or A mikl Front street*. P nrrrn rrrt %rm*yw rmr mwm »-•-»-*-• WILLIAMS' nil I 0 TANSY_J_h___. A SUItE RELIEF TO WOMA*-I for alltrreuiics peculiar to her sex. fVSend by '... it..ni our Agent. _.|.OG per box. WILLIAMS MFG. CO., Props., CLEVELAND. OHIO. a-'aaff f.tii.. Iff tit. Horrlf lifkliuii lin>. s.iiri-, .leu l>. Nil inn, I'rf.pr, ln7^ pV 1 IftM^** 9 i l*_ *0%^13| Kriiltil-J, Jals3H*"l 11 "XBAtt ' i al" *7aMl Ia i f> IS Q ■■©«*• Willlaaia'lndianl»li» '■■ *, r, ''" - t win .nt- Blind, - .' ; * •'. i.mi licuibl iff U W '■>-■' "•• ! I'll*-"! '' tin minors, a* ra c i . .-. the itebiu:' at once, acts m a-H.,, :...

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

THE MEDICAL LAKE \\AK. Charics and Counter chtrfcj Freely Bandied Between the Confllctini Forces Whit Both Sides Sly The tinent session t*A iht* Board nf Auilit anil I'oiitni! al Tiironia ha* pro jected a seiißat on into thr arrna nf pot- Ittca thai is Stirring up tin politicians of the state aa iu-vit lirfnrt-. I In- P. I. "f Saturday and Sunday ha- cartoons of lioveriiir Rogers anil 11. .1. Boivrly, ami its rolumns teem witb atOSalli'tial state ments in ri-liition to tbe Mi'ilirul l.nke acandal. VVieii Dr. L ikhart was removed from the mipi-riiitt-iiihiiry of the us) Uim ami Dr. McLean, his assistant, promoted to bin place, Dr. l."«-i<liHrt Deroaly attacked 11. .1. Miivi-lv, calliog him ii scunilrel. Mr. Snively retorted by counter charges against Dr. I.ocklinrl. Governor lloxers tii-ii look ii|t Ibe cndgel anil Wrote an open letter addressed to Wilson Lock iniri M. D . ruperintendrni of Medical Lake boepital fur in.nn. in which he referred to "two written charges, **up porteil...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 6 July 1899

MIDSUMMER REDUCING SALE. Every yard of fancy Summer Wash Goods; every yard of fancy White Goods and every Shirt Waist have received orders to move out. It is our custom to never carry over any summer goods from one season to another, so we are going to offer you such wonderful bargains in these lines that it will be surprising if there are any of them left after a week of selling. This is to be a genuine sale—genuine in the fullest sense of the word. We do not quote fictitious prices for the purpose of making reductions appear greater than they are. The prices we quote are our REGULAR prices, which represent the REAL value of the goods and the prices to which they have been reduced. You will receive honest treatment here, and the best variety and best values procurable. The following price list may give some idea of the many good things to be had at this store during this sale: WASHABLE DRESS GOODS. A nice collection of 27-inch wide to had at 10c. Yon can bnv Extremely new and hands...

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

KEEP TAB ON THE OAS INSPECTOR. «"*1_")11IS is tlie way to Compute the ntn.imit uf gsa u*e-l in ymir limise miring th< II in-.n'li. tays tin- San Francisco Examiner, Tin- titeti-r tell*, tlie title im.l the «t_» method ii simple, <>n each meter an- four dials. The dial on tin- left band sh.tws tin- hundreds nf feel consumed; tl ne in tin- renter tin- thousands; thi third, tin- teas nf thonsands. Tin- dial above tin- three doea not o m .Mm. It is merely fur testing the meter. Every Hme tin- hand in tin- tir-tt thai mores one number I<Ml ft.,.) have heen istn I. When the hand reaches 1" 1,000 feel have heen consumed; then the band in tin- center dial moves one number. When the hand in tin- center dial gets around tn in the band in tin- third moves one number. The g,-i< company never gives a meter t.. its consumer mi whicb tin- bandi nf the dials point tn nothing consumed, Tin. bands nn- always well along in the numbers. This is done tn confuse, but tin- computation nf ti...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 6 July 1899

P%l mv n- si liiitiT , f lo Park. 1-an Mateo C„ , t'al, s<-rret|. at tin I !,iii-r-itie«. I.iiiiitn.n. i-'tiiiiiite, 1 m oattfui ;it ten turn In Mental. Mm a, ami WK 'leal training, p in c- llmtt's iiinntig ■ fnreitti'i-t s.i - f,,r I toys on the t.—S. I Cmtitiie'r. Will re-open in : !'•' BSWsfcilibiig An- rust leth, (hill year.) A -.;. Haiti |-:, |i i-r.ii. ipul. | ■ ' ViliSaflen I'ih;-1i in London is the I t to hnv a "l.nly" be,idle. She is s. Kendal, who has been the eexton the chin,-it for many veins. 1 ' Waste Not, j Want Not." Little leaks bring to tvant, and little int purita* of ihe blood, if not attended to. 1 bring m. "Want" of health. Hood's Sar sapsVflU is the one and only specific that tuUlte—.rezie all blood humors and impuri ties, thveby pvttinij you into a condition of perfect hcxlth and strength. f *7*^^^^^% The highest mountains of the i'hil- I Jpp'iie islands lire II a Icon (Miinloral, 1,86. fe.-t; Apo(Mindanao), 8,804 feat; Maion, active vslcnno (Luzon), B,_BB...

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

RoVal. Baking Powder Made from pure cream ol tartar. Safeguards the food against alum. Alum baking powders are the greatest menacers to health of the present day. SO»«t HAKIM SOWOtS CO., Nrw YOBK. GOOD SEWS AND TRUE. The Artesian Experiment In Wide Hollow a Great Success Ceor.e Wilson's Flowing Well. Tin- recent write-up in I'm; Han .mu of the sixteen irletlan wells nf rhe Moxee valley i« now supplemented by the encouraging new-, thst George Wilson's artesian well in Wide Hollow is ii pronounced success. From time lo time tin- progress ol tbe Wilson wi II bus been noted, atul though repealed fail ures to accomplish definite results have been apparent, al laal pluck and enter piise have been rewarded. The artesian bore is 1200 feel deep snd a flow ol water secured thai riaea to a height ol twenty. lift. The Wilson wi 11 is located about six milts weal ol town. The borers were to continue boring during Monday, when the mws was brought to town, though it was .initial ated thai 'In* for...

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

The Yakima Herald. VOL. XI, y^^l f*A*^r*\ |7| ** /<&^ir*i*\ft\ loP^4^'__P^ r_fi r, l V^ \A/**P I __l 9* r*\\*\ rn I \otV|i_3_ yiamWr~l 11 II —» \otm_J\. Jaaml" ' Need .... I ■ MIS III! 1 lice are very few housewives who have not had experience with poor wringers which do poor work, and the rolls soon crumble and get loose and you have to throw them away. „L_ "THE OHIO,' The only Wringer made outside of the wringer trust, and the only Wringer with SOLID WHITE RUBBER ROLLS. Every one guaranteed. Try one. They do good work and will outlast a dozen cheap ones. We also have a full line of Wash Tubs, Wash Hoards aud Washing Machines that we make bed rock prices on. Minn HKf 11 ffiKf. _A_T_nnn_f I 111 HI There zs no Kodak^but the Eastman Kodak, for CaiTlDers COMPLETE ASSORTMENT. ALL PRICES. fcf-^e -MIOODE^E & rE__T3_TE_E?i- staSers MIDSUMMER Clearance Sale We will for the next 30 days sell Sum mer Goods at Remarkably Low Figures. ' Light Print 3c We want to clean up cm Shirt Wai...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 13 July 1899

THE YAKIMA HERALD j Kfll'l Tilt-nit*? A Mi l ..nil.. I'ublUh.l • ■ „ „, M I FORTH YAKIMA WASH. EVENTS OFIieIuY A— Ifltf renting 1 ul li. 1 inn >.f 11 t-ina I i.-in tin- Two ll«-mItpherea I'r —_. „ i.-,l la • 1 nii.ttnii.f.l Ititni Neosho valley in Kunsus, is flooded outlet sin feet of water. The annual convention of Christian Endeavours opened in Detroit. San Franciscans ate chartering boats to welcome the second Oregon. The business distiict of Oakland, Or., was swept by file: loss aboul 1100,000. Bishop John P. Newman, of tin Methodist Epiacopal church, tin-.I at Saratoga, N. Y. Ono woman was killed and much property destroyed by a cyclone at Ainswortli, Neb. A late Klondike repoit says one claim furnished all Ihe gold dust 11| hotses could carry. . Governor Sayres, of Texas, has ap pealed to the secretary of war for help foi the Texas flood sufferers. A passenger train on tbe Central Pa citic, near Elko, Nev., was wrecked] and seven people were injured. The franchise proposall...

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

AGAINST ANNEXATION Statements Credited to Otis and Dewey. PHILIPPINE CON'vTKST rXJI'ST An Attn-rlcr.il Minuter In .liipftn Writ**! *\ Mn*i Sfii_ttt_fiii.il Letter to m I*...»i.ui .loiiriinl. Boston, July 10. — Lev. Clay Mi-Can- Vey haa written a letter to the Tran script dali-il at Tokin, Japan, June 1. Mi. McCauley declares that Admiral pewi v said to him: "Rather than make a war of con quest on the Filipino people, I would !ake Up anchor ami sail nut of the liar- I Mr. McCauley visited Manilii In Jan naiV, in search of health. <if his views there he writes: "For a long lime I could not believe that the die •lrons il iftof events was known to .nu Washington authorities. 1 -as In* i lined to lay the. responsibility for ihe in. leasing perils upon the military commander directly in charge. "Yet, now it seems to mn that Gen eral i Itil did this work in the, main in literal obedience to his superiors in Ametica; that there it was assumed that the whole right ami duty concern ing the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 13 July 1899

THU YAKIMA HERALD. BAII.KY. TfEHLEY A Mil'UMB, I-iiliJlnhem. ciii.ii.ii i every Tliumtlay; mibm-rlptlnn 11.00 lit r year in R'lvanct-. \ ilvert i.itur rate* tii'-.n application. Til I'USD IP, JULY, ... HUB, MY LITTLE BOY (Cecil lores in Boston Transcript i O little l.tiy. my little tmy. Why tie yen ittay an loll." I'lic ulitlit is lii-rt-, with shadow* drear. "li* tllin- lor mother's »nn„. iin-cii.-i-riiik-ititiid* hevs..in-- away, 'I In- >trcet- Hre .till fa Ift 1 dt'R'l. Why tin you stay an louSSl play" "riii mure than time tor bstf, \ itrt-Ht. itreat day thla day lihs Iteell. ' li.- writ in tiiiittil nn-1 Bams, \ntl iii ttie papers that they brouibt I reatl your preelOßl name Your lIMIlle, l!l\ tt"> It little 1-iy What il" y.ni know nf war' Cos Id Ood ttavemeeal tin-brow lie kissed slitnild wear a l.nttli- sear' 0 little liny—my little hoy. I ttt-y tell nit- \mi have «r<nvii. nut. dear. *t-.iH* t.lll>- petterda) Vmi cniild nut -ittttld Hltiiit-. ilnvi could those tend...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 13 July 1899

"DEATH IN THE POT." "Death in the pot." That sentence Condenses the story of a tragedy. A little family gathering. A fine dinner cooked In the large cupper kettle lone disused, and the entire fainilv poisoned by the accumulated verdigris. The story was told by the newspapers from one end of the land to the other. Hut it was soon forgotten. The moral nf it is, that the purest of food, put into a foul vessel, instead of ministering to life may be come a minister of death. If the stomach is diseased it is like the poisonous kettle, which taints everything that goes into it. Tlie symptoms arc irregular appetite, undue fullness after eating, distil.said feeling iv the stomach, of fluttering anil sinking sensations, pal pitation, dizziness, ringing in ears, sour or bitter risings and constipation. Not all these symptoms may be present at the same time, but any of them shows dis ease In the digestive or alimentary tract. The intimate relation of the stomach to the blood, heart, liver and l...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 13 July 1899

KEENE fir -_' V TV ■T^gr^x ***■'*!_ *^*■« BIG SNAPS IN WATCHES. First Street... North Yatima. BMlllSllSlil What is (ioing on Daily of Interest to All Our People. MISCELLANEOUS SEWS NOTES Items of i->vin.il and Local Mention Put Into Condensed Form for "The Herald's" Busy Readers. Dr. Prank is expecting daily his line \ ray machine ordered soms tune ago. Suvp money by buying Binding Twines end Machine Oils a' Coffin Bros. 1 20-tl Mrs. l-'red Thompson, ol Tacoma, is a uur-t-t of tin- Missi ■ Kingsbury. The new "five minute" breakfast tnosh at Klnssy's. Wm. McMillan laid our Sunday in Yakima Irom Ellensburg. Postmaster Mason, ol VVlnteraet, was in the city Saturday Tents and Grocery Camp Outfits at Cotlin Bros. 28 tf El Merwin has returned from an eae! ern trip. Congressmen Cnsliuian and Jones will visit Alaska next month. Nice clean beds antl good, aipiare meals can he had at the Gnilland House. 11. A. Smtill, Proprietor. _6-lt J. A. Mi-Arthur and family contem plate ao outing on t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 13 July 1899

f****** *AAa\ «__a_ja___ji____.j__jLa I GrocKer Jqck Fencing: J THAT 8 WHAT WE MAKE. Over HA i!i„l_na in woven wire, lath and E 4 picket fenclnir. at prli-ea that an- within J your easy reach. Don't pay Mir prlcea [ j for fenrin„ until ynu «cc what we arc put- Z 5 tin. up. We arc also ! 1 Contractors nnd Builders. j i( and main-plans and i-tttimHtes. i 5 G. m."aLlen, c fj Cor A and Front Streets. » « at ***.W9.........mm...ma .rr-u~. MSus ■ ■ A 9V** RELIEF TO WOMAN lor all tronbles peculiar to her sex pßfScnd by mail or from our Agent. SI.OO per box. WILLIAMS MFG. CO., Props., CLEVELAND. OHIO. Int mala lo ilt. s..r,i, Vaklma l»rn_- Ntitrt-. Alex 11. MiftHM, l>rttpr. ■^ ■ ■ pant Williams'lndianP't. B»S U . L-Viaitim-i.t wall cure Hand, ■ M M ■ r ""Bleeding and Itching mjL^** fl M kl'iii s. li ;i tic. luiiitiis, ***** I fl allays the itchiuii :it om i m ■ B_ljs a p.ttiiiit-e. aivee instant re ■ ■ lief. Dr. Wii.uims- Indian Pile Olat- ■ t* ** incut isprepareil for Piles and lu_. jj ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 13 July 1899

WHAT IT.OIM._ SAY. A Ir.nsit-nt Record of Private Opinion Publicly Expressed. Charles 11. I arpenter: Hops are being contracted for at l_f> and 1'! cents, though few growers are doing that. It is a mistake for men to contract at all. as it mora or less injures ihe market. There is plenty of money to be bad without selling futures. V'olnev Tafl: They were cutting grain on Monday on the school section. Charlie Carpenter cut his grain on the oth of July. Everything bids fair for a pros perous season for Yakima farmers this fall. Ueorge W. Kotlmaii I knew Vincent Kvan in IM4, He was then a brilliant all around newspaper man on the Alta- Californium He did all the writing and l-'teil MacCrellish. the owner, got all the credit. Ryan afterwards became man* aging editor of the -lamlner. He was a very able journalist, Rev. Louis Taelman: I was erro iicously announced la-t week as having been president of the Jesuit college at Spokane. I was a teacher there from l*!K) to 18111!. I was born...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 13 July 1899

XOKTH TUINA AM) VICINITY.! Mrs. Wm. Cornet will entertain her friends sml the public generally at a ; lawn party on her grounds north of Ihe city Friday afternoon. There will lie a I missionsry meeting at the conclusion of i! the festivities. It For all stomach am] klttiiey troubles j ilrink copiously of Yakima Mineral I water 2d-2t ' Tiik Yakima llkhalii has issn-d a|j booklet entitled "Hints." It is a work 11 of art, fillet! with appropriate "cuts" atul j t designs. Anil the way it advertises I] their elaborate job ilepartment simply!' "takes (he cake." II you want a little | fun semi for it.—Pasco News-It. currier, j Mr. Kline, the gentleman of whom 11 mention was niaile last week as being 11 Ihe promoter of a colony from Hungary, j j addressed the Commercial club last Sat-I j unlay evening. He intemls to bring a!! colony of 500 Hungarian families to I Washington soon. I For all stomai'li ami kidney troubles i J drink copiously of Yakima Mineral i »ater. 9Arßt | j The school boar...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 13 July 1899

i ' •— 7 1 /^*"_ HTCAOO rats strawberries, A monster shortrake four miles will* and a traction over seven miles in length, in IT. wel.hl -"ni tons and containing ill's tons of strawberries, would in- her dally consumption If all of the herrlea shipped x s— s ;., the v ia.ly city were made np in shortcake, Hut they are n 't. although moal of them no doubt tin.l their way between crusts which art- served with >a_.-ir and en.am. It would take a freight train of twenty-live cars to move the cake, The shortcake estimate is made oi st liberal basis .allowing many more berries than are generally found in Chicago cakes. Tin- weight of the lierrles is figured at one-third. The .-.i*t .if tiit- berries alone -at wholesale prices is 123,000, ami it coats mi .in average $2,000 i"-r -lay to ship these berries to Chicago, Chicago eats more strawberries to tin- person than any otlii-r city in the world. Sin- consumes almost as ninny berries ns does New fork, because sin- is nearer to the greate...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 13 July 1899

Delicious Hot Biscuit are made with Royal Baking Powder, and are the most appe tizing, healthful and nutritious of foods. Hot biscuit made with im pure and adulterated baking powder are neither appetizing nor wholesome. It all depends upon the bak ing powder. Take every care to have your biscuit made with Royal. which is a pure cream of tartar baking powder, if you would avoid indigestion. ROYAL BAKINQ POWDER CO.. NEW YORK. At a spiiitctl foot ball match near I Glasgow the game became so exciting that several spectators leaped into the arena to take part. The polios tried to restore peace, but were so determined ly opposed that 19 policemen were severly manned and ha I to be sent to the hospital. The smallest salary received by the bead of a civilised government is that of the president of the Hepublio of An dorra, in the Pyrenees. His pay amounts to only $15 a year. He is the . chief magistrate of 12,000 people, and ! tlie territory lie rules comprises an area of 150 square miles. ...

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