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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 4 February 1897

USUAL WML! GRISI Paragraphic Penciling!- of" Herald Re porters in their Searcn for News. MANY MATTERS Or LOCAL MOMENT 1, 0.M.1 111 ins il. for cling Il.iili»"' -on. I trill. Mnl, 1, Have Trans- IHreil 111 .n.l 1 i> Mirlh laklinii MltOl Un- i-i.si Week. R«r, It. K. Ota has gone to Spokane to boll a series ol revival meetings. Deputy 0. S. Marshal Chas. Thompson has guiie to California on a trip combin ing business and pleasure. Mr. and Mra. J. M. Newman have left fur St. Until is hopes that the change will benefll the health of the former. ('. 11. Cock is in the city. His oyster parlors at I'asco did not prove a dividend payer and creditors took possession oi the place. Mr. 11. I.ibby returned on Monday from the Sound country. He says tbe business conditions of Y'akima are better than those of any city he visited. Mr. Crawford, the confectioner, is having the wooden building next to 11. li. Scud'ler's ollice lilted for store purpoaee and will move thereto in the near future. Bi na...

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. — 4 February 1897

HIS BRUSH WAS HIS FORTUNg. Illatlnfiilahril B_Moe or Hi' N.w |-r..V dent or th* Roral Arwdrmy. Sir John Millais, the renowned Eng lish artist who has been chosen to sue a_H*_T^^\. Lord Leighton as _M mghr^je, >d Academy, is. a millionaire thing in lif«. As gOI MDI ______ a child nf P, when staying with Jiis mother in Brit tnny, his sketches at soldiers at a French garrison were prononnced marvelous, and when he gained his first niednl from the Society of Arts ho was scarcely mure thnn n boy. Before he was of age he had SBlTfed off nil the honors from the Royal Academy schools. He became the young est seen leto of the academy at the ago of 24 und tho youngest academical] on record at tho nge uf M, His first at tempt at portrait painting was a picture of Charles Reads. Ruskin, whose opin ion he asked, told him that he hud made, not a failure, but a fiasco. In his anger Millais kicked n hole through ihe picture, and revenged himself on Rus kin by marrying the latter's divorced wife,...

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. — 11 February 1897

VOL. IX. $P" *$» -A. GREAT Ol^l-I* ! 4" W I f\n Opportunity J 1 v \:...?t a Lifetime I JL WLmrm- M ___. * lfe_l_S_M_mm_l^_f^_l^__^_i§ * The price of Thk Herald is Two Dollars unless paid strictly in advance. . Everyone knows that TitK Hkkai.d is the conservative paper of Yakima. It mgexf- Ma ,a\ f has labored consistently for for the Mercantile Interests, the Farming Interests, ** ' the Mechanical Interests and the Interests of All for many years past. It has always been the paper of the people. It is not a paper which is here one day a and gone the next but is the Standard Paper of the County. ■ . ***" For the year 1897, it will make the following offers which will be found jT advantageous to every cash subscriber: The Hkkai.d and the Cosmopolitan, OUC year for $1.75. - ! ■Aft The Cosmopolitan is a monthly magazine which needs no recommendation ..4, *y to the reading public. Its fine illustrations and choice reading matter has '** brought its circulation to nearly the half million ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 11 February 1897

IHE VAKLMA HERALD. K. M RKKP. KDITOR AND MANAIiKK Psbiistieii atari T-andar; sabscrtpUoo li on j*r vest lii agvaaea A.lvprtislng rate. apoa application. THURMDAY, FEBRUARY 11, WW. IDIXX' WM FEED JullX BULL, The United States sent lir.U-HO.OOO pounds of ham to i ircat Britain last year. Something over 3 HV'Ot'.OUO ixiunds of American bacon look the same reference, ami as for onr lard, Ureal Britain receiv ed 4(1 |*er cent of the total exports, which amounted to 1004100,000 pounds. John Bull is also fond of our fresh l» ef, and consumed practically all of 228,000, --000 pounds w hit h we sent abroad during ISM. <>( our exports of salted minis during Ihe same period be contended himself with half. The amount of Amcr ican tallow that John Bull s able to as similste with the rest of our victuals is a matter of sjiecial wonder. Each year ht rf quires a larger amount, until last year it reached the grand bulk of 18,000,000 pouuds, which was abont W per cent, ol all we produced. What ...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 11 February 1897

USUAL WEEKLY GRIST Paragraphic Penciling;* ."Herald" Re porters in their Searcn for News. MANY MATTERS Of LOCAL MOMENT ■ .mvi In ins il Kiiiiiiim ill.. .■ lln ne on. i:\iiils Wlilih Hi. Ie Trans pired In I thorn >or Hi 1 nkliiiM ■luring Uie I'iio Mirk. Invitations are out for the athletic club ball on the 17th inst. Mrs. Anna Trice has returned from Liberty, Kittitas county. The ne* mail service between Snnny eide an I Zillah will go into effect on Monday next. A miirriage license was issued on Saturday last to W. J. Hurst and Miss Mury Chalmers, both of Zillah. The four months term of school in the Murks' district closed last week and Teacher Milner will now devote his at tention to bis ranch. The cobweb Social given by the Baptists at tbe Hotel Bartholet Wednesday even ing proved un enjoyable affair and netted a very satisfactory sum of money. Friday will bo the .ssih anniversary of Lincoln's birthday and the public schools uill be closed in consequence as it has been made a le...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 11 February 1897

FUN IN ECONOMY. On. Woman Think. It I. » Fascinating Sport, hul Mot Hnrpessrnl. "Oh, but economy is a fasoinnting theory," oxclaiuud the woman in a tailor frock. "It's almost as exciting ns a lottery ticket or playing the races. You put in a little uud get out n lot of something. I always lead tbaoon rticles in the housekeeping papers that tell how you enn make a walnut siib board out of a pine piano box and cozy cor ni is out Of last year's chicken coops nnd ratchalls that till all beholders with envy out of yonr old overshoes. " "Yes," agreedesid she la the picture hat, "1 think those descriptions are j>er fectly fascinating, and 1 mean to try si me of them when I get a little money ahead. Think of hi ing able to take a lot of old packing cases und by means cf a lot of plush and gilding and orna tnrntal tacks being able to transform tlii'iu into chairs and bookcassa that no body but your best i ueuiy conld tell tram empire furniture." "Don't jjou believe it," said the old niaid...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 18 February 1897

VOL. IX. «s•► A GILTE-VX 1 OFFER ! *$•* $W I Am Opportunity I 1 -:jjJit Lifetime I j y The price of The Hkrald is Two Dollars unless paid strictly in advance. a Everyone knows that Tiik Hkkai.d is the conservative paper of Yakima. It 4 %' has labored consistently for for the Mercantile Interests, the Fanning Interests, "▼ ' the Mechanical Interests and the Interests of All for many years past. It has always been the paper of the people. It is not a paper which is here one day a and gone the next but is the Standard Paper of the County. . ▼ For the year 1897, it will make the following offers which will be found ■ t advantageous to every cash subscriber: Thk Hkkai.d and the Cosmopolitan, ! one year for $1.75. A The Cosmopolitan is a monthly magazine which needs no recommendation a ▼ to the reading public. Its fine illustrations and choice reading matter has '"*'♦' brought its circulation to nearly the half million mark. It is the best of all the modern magazines and has put the older...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 18 February 1897

WALL PAPER) NewDes|^s Spring Stock Just Received p.-j D1?III0 , New Styles - —-—^ call and inspect. . . lAKPfclb New p. ices LOMBARD & HORSLEY HIF YAKIM HERALD. I M UKK.II. gDITOB AM' HAS LQIB I* .li i ever) Tbnrsda] iHtiseriptlon 11.00 psf year In advance Advertising rates ui'i'ii application. THURSDAY, 11 HRUARY is. 1197. nil: i RE TAN REBELLION. (ireek fires are now burning nn the Island of Crete and it is not altogether Improbable that tbey may be the signal for v general European war, although the later dispatches indicate thai tbe powers will permit King lieorge, of Ureece, ti occupy Ibe island and annex it to hi~ little kingdom. Crete baa been a province of Turkey for 200 yeara und has a population com posi lof Christiana and Mussulmen. It took twenty-four years of lighting, in which over thirty thousand Chriatiaoi aud nearly "*i • hundred and twenty thousand Torki were killed or wounded before tbe sultan was able to conquer the Island In 1669, and since thai time it has ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 18 February 1897

USUAL WEEKLY GRIST Paragraphic Penciling!* ("Herald" Re porters Id tbeir Seared for News. MANY MATTER) OF LOCAL MOMENT I "I'll 11. ma 11. >*fa rdlng *ll.< . -liana- ou* I urn. \ti.ii i, Have Traan c 1...1 In nnd tliiiiti -s..ril. a sklniii ■luring the In.i Week. .1. 1.. Banks returned on Sunday from a week's visit at Kllensburg. Chas. Thompson returned on Monday from a brief business trip to California. The l'resbytcrian pulpit will be filled on Sunday next by Rev. T. W. Wardel, of Portland. Charles Donovan, of the county treas urer's ollice, returned on Monday from a pleasant visit in Taconla. Another applicant for the position of agent of the Yakima Indians has bobbed up iv the person of K. C. Sutter of Skagit county. li. 0. Wallace, of the Wallace-Coburn Hardware company, returned on Monday Irom a visit to California, greatly improv ed in lit-alih. Marriad, Sunday, Feb. 14th, at the residence ol the bride's parents, by the Rev. Mr. Spoon, Miss Daisy V. Cbappell to It. \V. H...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 18 February 1897

TAKE TO WASHING. WHY THE CHINESE LIKE THAT BUSY NESS IN THIS COUNTRY. It la Mo Much I ..or Her* I loan »' 11.11. Io « hina W a.iiii.c In Itflonred |-..,..i. ■nil Dealing Ont thr Dirt With Btnne. For Very Small ray. Among the thousands of Chinamen In this city few, besides the store ami restaur nut k" FpatSOa Kace street, follow any otlier culling than that of laundry man. Consequently i.iany American believe that the majority of China's millions are lauinllyinrii, who, when not squirting water through their teeth npon shirts and linen, spend th'ir time eatitig rats nnd puppies or indulging in the questionable enjoyments of the "tl.iwer boats." Tho truth is Hint the Celestial Kingd ins 4r10.000.0110 of tea drinkers do a smaller peroentage ' f washing than nny Other large country. ' What little waahsble clothing they wear is oleansed la tba paddy fields near tin wearer's home, and "lily tlie Fur r] ■ sna and richer elaas of natives require the assistance of a wn-hmall. That important ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 25 February 1897

VOL. IX. Pl^lii^iiiisiiiisiii^^^^^l^^u^^a^lS I ftn Opportunity I 1 •.• -.:Jl a Lifetime I * _^_l^i__li__l^__l^_lll_il§_ll^l_li|_i_^___li ▼ The price of Thp: Hkkai.d is Two Dollars unless paid strictly in advance. . Everyone knows that Thk Hkkai.d is the conservative paper of Yakiina. I 1 s*J >' has labored consistently for for the Mercantile Interests, the Farming Interests, t the Mechanical Interests and the Interests of All for many years past. It has always been the paper of the people. It is not a paper which is here one day a and gone the next but is the .Standard Taper of the County. ; _ -* * *■ * -*v* '♦' For the year 1897, it will make the following offers which will be found '■*■ advantageous to every cash subscriber: Thk Hkkai.d and the Cosmopolitan, one year for $1.75. Ac The Cosmopolitan is a monthly magazine which needs no recommendation 4 ▼ to the reading public. Its fine illustrations and choice reading matter has '♦' brought its circulation to nearly the half mill...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 25 February 1897

WALL PAPER) NewDßSi§ns Spring Stock Just Received _.__„_,„ New Styles v call and inspect. . . lAHf-l-iNew p,ices LOMBARD & HORSLEY rilL: VAKIMA HERALD, K. M. KEEP. EDITOR AM' MANAUKR Published e-.-v Ttmrsday; labaerlptlon turn \vt year In ..lvalue. Adrertllltlg rates upon application. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY -', 1997. When Uraak metts Turk tlie powers step In and spoil the fun. It is an inter position greatly to he regretted. With all her freakishness Kansas has rejected woman suffrage, and now Mary Yellin' Lease threatens to move to Wu." ining. Governor Rogers eeetna to be the only state official who has informed the legis lature that he can run his department with a smaller appropriation thsn has lieen BUetomary. The governor appears to Ih' made out of the right kind of timber. The Tacoma Newt wants Information as to where the Kllensburg platform will be if the legislature fails to abolish any of the commissions and creates a bank commissioner, railroad commissioners, a mining bure...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 25 February 1897

USUAL WEEKLY GRIST Paragraphic Penciling* of "Herald" Re porters In tbeir Searco for Hews. MANY HATTERS OF LOCAL MOMENT It.-in. Hi-aardlnc '11.. . iisnr "ii« l.senl. \% aa I. ta Have Irani pin .1 In Mild tboul >..ril. takliini ■luring the I'faat Week. Ye dealer man who usetli not Ye trav.le Inspiring ,irv titer'*, ink Will prusj-er well ami s«miii by hrouglit Tv lame ami lortnne -we don't think. W. K. Thornton is in the city from the Swauk mining district. li. S. Kankin returned on Sunday from a bottom trip to the cities of the Sound. John K. Kyan and J. I). Clemmer left on Wednesday morning's train for Ross land, B C. The Athletic club has moved its para phernalia to the old Co-operative building on Second street. A subscription paper is being circulated thi* week to enclose and put in condition the bicyole track and grounds. Ira I*. i ri_l. li-.rt. Senator Leah, K. F. r.enson and D. W. Simmons were among the arrivals from the Sound on Saturday. The commission of (ieorge Harvey,...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 25 February 1897

CUSTOMS CF COSTERS. Si.-* I. »<1 m l*!-rcarl..ii. Life, but Arr l'M lo. .phrrs All tb* Tim*. A writer in tbo London Quiver says tied tbo cot-tor* lire. AOW n largo cbvsa Tlmngh tbo ester's work i* extremely bard and his profit* arc precarious he lives for a good purpose. Winn ba sjieaks iif himself a* "ft general dealer," ho hmh that h« trade* in anything which enables him to turn hu honest j-entiy Hi* ordinary mods of life is cvi n lowei t cm Is meant by living from bund to Cioufh. When bo turns out 111 the small hours of the morning to look round tlie Ci.irkets, he may not i v. n know whether this ttaflic for the day will consist in fish, vegetables or fruit. He may take a b.T-ty jvimy breakfast in tho Street and tbi'ii go to Billingsgate with tin idea of "loading np" with tbe first, only to find that everything is too dear, and fhen be must hia awaj to Bpitalflelds or Covclit Card.vi. Whin he thus arises witb tba lark, be cannot tell whether he will have "a good day" or a vuy ...

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. — 4 March 1897

VOL. IX. &£*"t. \\\_f___\\Jfy J_______tZo-* * - 11 <w\iß|mH SDE B^ ' "^\__________f%____ A ' I \ _J§p SRS^B_F2S! ____l_______l bSP^*l^-E *^^^w"' If \ FRED FB3!fT2^Tl_l_>rC3-TOI_T 1/ NORTH VAKI3IA (ll PROFESSIONA L CA RDS. Caaaou B. oaavas, Fiieustnirr. |KA I. KNIiI.KIIAST. N'.rt ll V- k III) H. ( j ranks a englehart, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Rooms 7 ami -. Secouil floor, First National Hall' llllilallllg. aJ U BENTON, tO a ATTORNEY AT LAW. Praettosf in Federal and all State i Hurts. Offlce S over Yakima National Hank. W 11. HARE, DENTIST. Offlcs over p.■.!..•!..... Yakima avenue, Nortb Yakima, J I l. KMVEI.Y, ATTORNEY AT LAW. gggr--titlic,' over Yakima National Rank, North Yakima. Will practice iv all t tiacourtsot tin state ami tf. s. run,l offices. W. 1.. IIIN.B. J * MIIIV I ti.Nl'.s A NEWMAN, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Over First National Bank, North Yakima, Wash 1 )U P. FRANK, Physician and Surgeon Office over First National Bank Offlce bours: 11 to IS a. m., Itos p. m. Night bell st ...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 4 March 1897

WALI PAPER) "yo™-* n annum . styles ME YAKIMA HERALD. E. M. REKH. ID-TOR ANH MANAiiKR Piililialieil cv.'ry Thmrtday: •Hbtcriptlon tlu*r l>cr year In advance. Advertising rutin Bpon ni-i-iii atlon. THURSDAY. MARCH '„ WW. Today i« practically the l 10th miniver sary of American politics (or although the government was organized t-:>_lit years before the election ol John Adami to the preaideocy, the people were a noil in political sentiment during the adinin stration ol Washington. Judging from the record so tar made the present will he the last p ipolist leg islature ever elected in this state, Near); s'l clsaeee ol the people are disgusted and il they rftiirn nny mire inch timber they will be entitled to no sympathy. it was one of Josh Billings' wisest gay ings that the man who was hitten twice by the same dog was better adapted lo that tort of thing than anything cine. Turner's railway hill for the reduction of fr< ights and fares and the creation ol a commission, met its W...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 4 March 1897

USUAL WEEKLY GRIST Paragraphic Penciling, of "Herald" Re porters in their Searcn lor News. MANY MATTERS 0. LOCAL MOMENT I .a. ;.l ■■> Ilia, Ua _i.rall.i_ l||.< . llnu. - <iii» t'.Yi'nt* <.%11i.it Have 'Irani plrrd In ii ml \ii.ini t.irclt % itl.li.ii. iinri... in.- R.i.i wrtk. The Prosser Ame-iran hss suspended publication. Judge Irwin returned on Sunday from a trip to ttie Sound. Chas. Foster, tbe bop buyer is in the city having arrived from the Suiini] on Sunday. This is not only inaugural day but is the anniversary of the birthday ol that Irish patriot, Kobert. Kinmet. The annual meeting of the stockholders of the Old Union Ditch Company, will be held in the city ball Saturday after noon at 1 :3J o'clock. Attorney W. 0. Stayt has located in Northport and Judge Davidson has ap pointed J. A. Rochford to succeed him as court commissioner. The scholars of Fruitvale will give a literary entertainment at the school house in that district, Friday evening March sth, for the b...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 4 March 1897

LOCAL AND GENERAL Home News Interwoven With Comments on the Events of the World. Dr. Wilgus and Hugh Kamsauer, of Fort Simcoe, spent Sunday in the cily. ii. C. 1-vtle left on Thursday last for I'-Ttland to establish an agency for the Roslyn coal. Miss A. M. Dunn has been appointed postmistress nt Parker, vice her sister, who bss resigned. The A. 0. U. Wa is arranging to give a social with an elaborate program on the _Ml of tbis month. Dr. K. K. lleg has been appointeal sec retary ot the state board of health vice Dr. Armstrong, resigned. T. H. Shannon returned on Monday from Puyallup aud will spend the sum mer on his ranch near Zillah. Mrs. K. K. .lames left last week for her former home in Kugene, Or., having been called there by the death ol her brother. Tbe will of Kenn It. Woodcock was ad milted to probate last week. The wife of the deceased is named as sole execu trix . The Summit Milling company has of fered 50,000 shares of its stock for the construction of tbe proposed road ...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 11 March 1897

VOL. IX. _a____*Af •** ___\B__mJjir / , **- _m, «■.. .A ÜBF^a*■• *^b^&_________________________*m_mA/ -*-.. ill j _____AsAa_________^^ *Bm ' -*i jl Hfiat BI?" v!'' "■■ _fcg S_M --fc _^llwii]l:^l- _—-_-_-_--i iy-'^aaff'^'' -'ar *■ "' iT -^v^^^gtlmßM^S^^^^mMAM_______fAM^m^MM^S^t'2- - ■ A FIRJEID _F_El^:__>ri:_^ V NORTH VAKIMA A PROFESSIONAL CARDS. iißiioi.i.B. ilravss, RlleiiKbura. Ika I' Knoi.khart, North V.klnn. ( J HAVES A ENGLEHART, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. KiMiniH 7 and S, Second floor, First National Bank I.nil.ling. 0. IIKNTON, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Practical in I-'.-1.- ■ hI anil all state Court*. Offlce over V na. i in a National Bank. \y 11. HARE, DENTIST. Offlcs over c-i-'Mi'ii-e. Yakima avenue, North Yakima. 1 I J. SNIVELY, ATTORNEY AT LAW. gm--' ' ■ ■ over Ynklma National Rank, North YHkiina. Will practles in all thecourtsol the State and I. B. lainl offices. W. 1.. loNK.a. J. n. NEWMtS. I ONES A NEWMAN, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Over Flrat National Hank. North Yakima, Wash qb p. fran...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 11 March 1897

WALL PIPER i *ewDjf§« s n annnmi w Styles . , CARPETS 'New Pilggs rilE VAKIMA HERALD. I M It I" X 11. KIHIHK \NI" MIU -01 R Pa.ritbad every Thimday; sobscrliitlon II • par venr in advance, advertising ratei ii l",.ii application. THURSDAY, MARCH tt, IW7. The legislature will adjourn tonight but no aaaorancea have been given thai it will terminate the war between tin pinto pops end the ml 1 lle-ol the m i 1- rs Surely ths reported organisation ol a cornstalk trust with a capital of 50,000, --000 clearly demonstrates that the trual e\ri ihould not be allowed to i xtemi an) | (odder. _______________ Taroma New.: Brother Eshelman Is not to be done oul "i his offlce so easih as snme ol the faithful imagined. Hi came from Yakima. They kr .•. thing about politl t over Hut ■. Now there is bound to be a renewed and vigorous outcry against trusts. Thi latest ime formed at.a. ks the interests ' I the people in a vital ipot. It is capital iz-'d at (13 ),OJO,OOO and embraces 115 Bourbon whiskey ...

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