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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 24 June 1897

The Herald is the only Taper printed and pub lished wholly in Yakima VOL. IX. PROFESSION* 1. CA RDS. ('ARRkI.I. B. liRAVKK. FllellnljllrK. Ir.a I. Km.i.fhart, North Yakima. ( jIt.WKS A KNGLKHART, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Rooms 7 ami s, Second floor, Flrnt National Hank Imi MI im. < C. lIKNTON, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Prmrtlr** la Pedersl ami ill state CoHrti. Offlre out '-■ "'. ■!. ' NHiititiHl Hank. \y 11. IIAKK, DENTIST. Office over PoMortice. Yakima avenue. North Yakima. I I I. SNTVKI.Y, ATTORNEY AT LAW. gtp-DflWi* over Yakima National Bank, North '.' in. .■■-, i will practlea in all t hacourtaof the ■tale ami I. 8, land oljlcea. W. 1.. lOHIt, I.V.NkMMAN 11INKS A NKWMAN, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. OvcrFlnt National Hank. North Yakima, Wash WHITBONAPARKEBI «"•*■> whitsoh \ \ I HIKH PARKKR ATTORNEYS AT LAW. |W>OSn in First National Bank BullilliiK. 1 )K I. FRANK, Physician" and SURGEON (Hlice over First National Bank Office hours: 11 to 13 a. m., Btos p. in. Night Ml at oltice. I7LMER E. llKii, ...

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. — 24 June 1897

THE YAKIMA HERALD. K. M. RKKD. EDITOR AND MANAOKR Psblinhed »Tery Thurvlm . nabtrrlptlnn tl OO per year In advance. Adrcrtlolng rates apon application. THURSDAY, J USE Kf, 1597. THE STATE FAIR. Tbe atate fair board has decided not to bold a lair this year. This is contrary to the spirit of tbe act establishing a state lair; it is against the will of the legisla ture which made an appropriation for tbat purpose, and it is in direct opi>oei t ion to the wishes of the citizens of Yak ima, who have bought, and donated the fair grounds to the state, and who have contrihuted.more mcuey for this purjiose than the state in itb executive capacity and the balance ol the people ot the state combined. A had precedent was estab lished in IM6) when Mr Weed was president, but the reasons then existing for allowing the fair to go by default for a year do not^now exist. At that time the present president oi the hoard of fair com missioners waa very wrathy at the ac tion taken and stated that a fa...

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. — 24 June 1897

REPORIORIAL FANCIES Brief Bits of ews Gathered From tbe Highways and Byways of Life. PERSONAL AND IMPERSONAL JOTTIHGS MMoevn** l< NoiurHilnc That I* !%•* (.. oi ru ill Known iinrt llrrr llead eee <n "ilie iikkiii ■ win imd « i iiii|iii* of Column* of 11. ii< o. S. Vance has sold his 100 acre tract on the Moxee to S. Fallens, for $1000. K. I!. Milroy is anticipating leaving for the mountains early in July in search ot the auriferous rock. A. B. Finlay arrived in the city on Friday lsst and is the guest of the Cam eron brother* on the Moxee. Mrs. 1.. B. Kinehart returned on Fri day Inst from a business trip of ten days duration to her old home in Union, Or. Horn, at Kllenshurg, June 22d, to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Klwoodaaon. Grandpa Bam Chappell is very happy over the important event. W. A. Cox left on Tuesday for Walla Walla to attend the funeral of his uncle, Alfred M. Lovell, who died on Sunday after a long illess, aged 73 years. Rev. Bartlettand Dr. Hog started on Monday for...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 24 June 1897

The Herald's Encyclopaedia of Knowledge and Queer Facts ROW l.mir l< 'In ill ■ The following is submitted as a general account of the methods used in making beer in a large eastern brewery by the Rochester.Times: The malt is received, ready made from Canada, the west, etc., and is first sub jected to a process of cleaning and crush ing. The former is done in a machine that cute off the sprouts, sends them ami the dust in one direction, while Ihe cleansed malt comes out of the other side. The cleansed malt is passed through rough rollers which crush it, anil then it is ready for mixture with water. Directly above the rolls is placed a powertul magnet that catches dry metalie impuri ties, such as nails, scrap iron, etc., thus preventing damage to the rolls, or the possible ignition of the grain and the machine. The crushed malt is treated with water and boiled with thorough mixing. It is afterward allowed tosettle, and the clear supernatant liquid boiled with hops for eight or nine...

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. — 1 July 1897

The Herald is the only Paper printed and pub lished wholly in Yakima VOL. IX. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. «'«kkhli. B. OMMM Kl|pu»burn, Ika t. (■ «i, North Yakima, ( J RAVES & KNGI.KHART, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Rnom» 7 and 8, Second floor, Firit National Hank blllMillg. (^ 0. HENTON, ATTORNEY AT LAW. I'ractlr,.. in k.-i.th! and all State CoarU. Office over YnkimH National Bank. ii. hare, DENTIST. Office over PoKtoffioe. Vaklma areniie, North Yaklma. J£ J. SNIVELY, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Mp-Offlre over Yaklma National Bank, North viit:inn. Will prartire in all tharourtiof the State and ('. H. land nrrWu. f.ktMH, j. ■. mwam. JONKS A NEWMAN, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Over First National Hank, North Yaklma, Wanh WHITSONAPARKER! JJJJ?,*",.™" ATTORNEYS AT LAW. f*-oiiii i- In Kirn National Bank Building. |)R P. FRANK, Physician and Surgeon office over Ku-t National Bank Office hours: 11 to 12 a. in., 2t05 p. m. N itlit bell at office. J£LMEB E. HEO, M. D., PHYSICIAN and SURGEON. Office over Chapman* l>ruß Sto...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 1 July 1897

THE YAKIJIA HERALD K. M. RKF.n.EDITOH AM' MANAi.KK Pabllihrd tivery Thur*<l»y; NbKTipdoa fl W> l<i)ritii:nh>uii Adrartl ;Uk'rates «p<>u aaaUeaitoß. THURSDAY, JULY J. 1897. THE FOlltTfl OF JULY. The Fourth of July is nrver an old story. The bent sum (or the futireof the country is the ever recurring evidi tn c that patriotism burns aa brightly in the hearts of the American ptopla today a? when the old liberty bell proclaimed freedom "throughout I lie 1 hn ■ 1." Tin Fourth is and lihb always been soine tliin^r more than a holiday. 1 lie cele brations, the 11 ins, the fireworks ani even the tfMfajekan are eloquent of tli> real meaning of the l>ay (A Uldapandance The foreigner who arrived, perbapa but h few days api hating 081 an Arm rican flag from his garret, lie cannot epi-ak a word of (be American Ihiikuh^o. perbtpa, but the fI»K epeaks for him. It tills that he is grateful for American protection; that he appreciates American freedom; that he wishes to show ...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 1 July 1897

13ARG^lII\ tS GALORE! We have only about 25 pairs of EXTRA QUALITY CHENILLK I'ORTIKKS left, which we reduce from $7.50 to $5 per pair, so would urge upon those who contemplate buying to do so at once. Also in Hrockatel $5 goods we have made a cut, putting them at only 54 per pair. Our Lace Curtains are going at ONE-HALF PRICE, and all are special values from which we know you can be pleased. Remember these goods will not last long at these prices, so do not delay looking them over. BBPOBTOBIAL FANCIES Eritf Fits c[ tvs Gathered From tbe Hlgbways and Byways of Life. PERSONAL AND IMPERSONAL JOTTINGS "\>w«" l« Something Thai Ik Oaf l.riK rnll> Known and ll' r. Krad ir« of ■■Ilir 11< n.1,1-- Will I luil ■ f'Oll|lll- Of I llhlllMK Of It. N. Hartiing is visiting the Sound cities this mi ■ k. Kagta and (ienrite Steinweg returned last week from Chicago. Horn, on SHtnrdrtv, June 2i>th, to Mr. and Mra, .loßoph KoreHky, a daughter. Qeo, M. Kykor, repreHentinit Whitman oollege, Wall...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 1 July 1897

The Herald's Encyclopaedia of Knowledge and Queer i" ciCLo ■ ■ ■•■•■■ % Soiillirru It'll. >•< » Spiced strawberries make an rxtrpine ly good relish am) one that > rarely seen eicept on the tables of the few house keepers who have obtained the recipe from a southern source. To make this, two pounds of Bin<ar are allowed for three pounds of hulled fruit, half a pint of vinegar and a tablesi>oonful each of cin namon and cloves. All are put in the kettle together, brought to a boil and cooked after this for half an hour. Tut up in half-pint jars. Cherries, stemmed and stoned, may be spiced in the same manner, and so may raspberries and blackberries. Now that the season of fruit jellies is at band, a recipe that will answer for any kind is not out of order. Put the fruit into a itOOC jar, set in an outer vessel of hot water, lierrips and currants need not be Htemnied, crabap pies must he quartered and peaches stoned. Let tfie fruit cook slowly for several hours, until it i...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 8 July 1897

The Herald is the only Paper printed and pub '■'<hed wholly in Yakima VOL. IX. HAVE YOU SEEN IT? - WHAT ? -. ~^^% The fuietit line of kitchen iitensels HjJ*^^^^ 1"^ - _^^^^# on the market. \\ i have juat re r^ ceived a complete Mock of same in- Handsome m M clwtinii Hie follow im;: Durable |kT\ Tea Pots ' Coffee I>ots ' Tea Kettles, Sauce Pans, Rice Boilers, Cups, Pails, Dippers, Kte. 1;.. y^ YAKIMA HARDWARE COMPANY *^Surceßßor« to Fred PenainKton NORTH YAKIMA, WASH. PROFESSION A L CA RDS. ( urn.ii.l. B. Ukavki". Klli-rnlmrif, Ika H KN'iLKHABT, North Yaktma, / LRAVBB A ENULEHART, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. KooiiiH 7 and 8, Narad floor, Flrat National, HHllk liullililtK. t^ C. HENTON, ATTORNEY AT LAW. FrartloM in Federal and all state Comtt. Office out Yukittia National Hank. \y a. hare, DENTIST. Office over I'oHtoffice. Yakima avenue, North ValtlniH. II J. SNIVELY, ATTORNEY AT LAW. fWfuttirv over Ynklma National Hank, North I VHkiniH. Will |.:m'i.r iv all th» rourti of the -tuteaini U....

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 8 July 1897

ME YAkIM HERALD. K. M. RKKP. EDITOR ANl> MANA'iKR fiibllihed every Thnr«.l«\ rabsrrltthMl »l «' per jatr In •.Knurr. A.tvrrtiviuK rslss upon applicattoß. THURSDAY, JVLY 8, IS»7. A TTSNTIOS 8 1 BSi RIBERS. Tiik Hekai v has several hundred sub scriliers who are delinquent one, two, three and four years while there are a few who have never paid a cent girjee the paper started, over eight years ago. The segregate indebtedness is very large, in (a<"t larger than ran longer be carried, for ttie leniency ol the management has re sulted in obligations which must now be met. It is to be hoped that this notifica tion will be sufficient to cause those knowing themselves indebted to the pa per to come forward and make settlement. E. M. EUXD, Manager. The tariff bill passed the senate on Wednesday and as nn trouble is antici pated in the house the long promised era of prosperity may soon be expected now. Like the Wilson bill the present measure is satisfactory to no one, but the settle men...

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. — 8 July 1897

liiVROAHNTS GALORE! We have only about 25 pairs of EXTRA QUALITY CHENILLE I'ORTIERS left, which we reduce from $7.50 to #5 per pair, so would urge upon those who contemplate buying to do so at once. Also in Brockatel $5 goods we have made a cut, putting them at only $4 per pair. Our Lace Curtains are going at ONE-HALF PRICE, and all are special values from which we know you can be pleased. Remember these goods will not last long at these prices, so do not delay looking them over. REPORTORIAL FAHCIES Brief Bits of Hews Gathered From the Highways and Byways of Life. PERSONAL AND IMPERSONAL JOTTIHGS "Nrw«" l« soiiirililni I lint I. >oi 1.1 u< rnlli Known and llerr Krad> . r» of "The Herald" Will find a t'ouplr of I •>)■■ ■■■■■« of 11. J. I). Dailey, the well known comrer cial traveler is in the city. Horn, Wednesday, June 9th, t> Mr. and Mrs. K. V. Taylor, of the Wenaa, a son. J. A. McArthur and bride returned from their wedding trip to the sound on Sat unlay last. Mrs. ...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 8 July 1897

The Herald's Encyclopaedia of Knowledge and Queer r dClo • ■ •••■•■ Worn I aim 10 Illiirttlnii. The influence ot fat IgM on digestion is ' pretty well andarslooJ. Scientiflc exper iments have demonstrated the fact lie yon.l a doulit. They have cv. n t'.uie furtl.er an.l nliown that fatigue is a .linease, and that it is poKKiMe to produce the tBBM nviiip ' torus in one aninml OTCUiaatiofl by in- O( illation with the fatu-m-d M-runi ol an other, ehowinc that overwork produce* an actual potoon in ihe lyitem. Worry i» eqoally aatafonlatk t.> t.»"i digestion, another fact that is well kimvMi Imt inii not lie too often niter.ifi>d t > this nation of worrying folk. A little rest and b#>Diabmeot ol .are in preparation for a hum! iboald become a hahit. It Beaaa lengthened We and pre* •erred health, an do Mich other ooofea- Willy hygienic babiu, ai proper batbiog -. r - --: 11 _- and whoieeome food. voinr irix l» i.l IVrftniHk. The perfumes which are moat a^r'eaMe to the Hermes ar...

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 July 1897

The Herald is the only Paper printed and pub lished wholly in Yakima VOL, IX. HAVE YOU SEEN IT? flj Btr x Tlie finest line of kitchen utenaela M^^^ r' ~ "" ""' market. We have just re --^ ceiveil a complete Btock o( tame in- Handsome *^ cludinu the following: Durable *"■ r^-^ Tea Pots, Coffee Pots, Tea Kettles, Sauce Pans, ■ Rice Boilers, Cups, Pails, Dippers, Etc. Etc. "" .>" YAKIMA HARDWARE COMPANY £j^SurceMnrs to Fred Pennington NORTH YAKIMA, WASH. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. • CMHUL Ukavks. Kllennbiirfr, lv 1 I*. Kvi.i.hiiki. North Yukima, (JRAVEH A ENGLEHART, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Kiioma 7 anil B,Becond floor, Pint National l-H.lk LlllMni;. W C. HENTON, ATTORNEY AT LAW. PmntlOW in Federal and all SUte i.mrti Office ovtr Yakttna National Hank. H. HARE, DENTIST. office over Postofnce, Yaklma aveniie, North Yak I ma. ] J J. BNIVKLT, ATTORNEY AT LAW. gm~Ott\ce nver Yakima National Bank, North YHkima. Will practice in all th« rourtiof the Stutcand I. B, laml offices. W. L. .TONES. J. M. HEWH...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 15 July 1897

ME YAKIfIA HERALD. K. 11. RKKIi. EDITOR AND MANAUKR PablUhed erarj Tbur»J«y. •«h«'rlt>tinn 11 00 per year In MVMM*. M*WtMa( rut. wpoti application. THURSDAY, Jll.Y U, 1897. A TTENTIOS SUBSCRIBERS. The IlntM D has t>everal hundred sub scribers who are delinquent one, two. three and four years while tnere aro a few who have never paid a cent since the paper started, over eight years ago. The aggregate indebtedness is very large, in fact larger than can longer be carried, for the leniency of the management has re sulted in obligations which must now be met. It is to be hoped that this notifica tion will lie sufficient to ranee thofe knowing themselves indebted to the pa per to come forward and make settlement. K. M. Kekh, Manager. JAPAN'S PROTEST. Oregonian : We take with many grains of ealt the annunciation that Japan 1. --aliont to netz" the Hawaiian islands. She must know that it would lie necessary lo abandon them very quickly or accept war with the I'nited States. A treaty i...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 15 July 1897

REPORI'OBIAL FAMES Brier Bits of News Gathered From tbe Highways and Byways of Life. PERSONAL AND IMPERSONAL JOTTINGS "Sifw." l« BMBMMBC Tkal i» >»« «;niirHll| Known >•■■•■ ■■• r<- linn rr< ■>» "The ll.t»l.l" Will I Hid m f'oiiplr of « olnmni <>f It. The family of I>. K. Lesh is encamped at Sod i Springs for the summer. \V. L Splawn, of Yakirna cilv was a Seattle visitor during the past week. \V. I. I.ince and family left yeeter diiv to epend the heated term at Soda Springs. Fred 1: Keed has gone to Washington I 1 C, on i.'i-.ii' --. i■■•iiiLM ted with his mining interpMtH. I>an Caulkins and bride were tip from I'roNHpr Siim.lhv to spend the day with North \ -ik :: i friends. \V. A. Bell, of the Yakima Hardware Co., wan a Tncorna visitor during the past week. He wax accompanied by his wife. Key. I-eoti (ireen, of this city, was an Httoiiiliint upon the meeting of the Co lumbia Itaptist ■—MilMinn, at Wenatchee thia week. Mrs. Wm, Ker, with her son and daugh...

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 July 1897

The Herald's Encyclopaedia of Knowledge and Queer i clL^ Lo ■ ■ ■■■«■■ It reo/iires a remarkable stretch of im agination to believe the existence of s river that turns all fixed rules topsy-turvy by .flowing Irom the sea inland. Yet such a stream exists. Near the shores of thetiulf of Aden is a small body of water, called .Wai Itike. Its basin is several hundred feet below the sea level, while the surface of the lake itself is nearly 700 feet below mean tide. The river feeding it is some 'Jo miles in length. It has a limited volume ami has tilled the lake basin to the extent that the evaporation and tupnly rxaclly balance each other. It is believed that the lake was once an arm of t!ie sea, which be came separated therefrom by drifting sand. Herding Nnrrp for < oncumptltra. Another class of men who watch sheep •re those who do it for their health, saye the Providence Journal. Dozens of men chum to have been cured of consumption simply by puttiug in several months at watching shee...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 22 July 1897

The Herald is the only Paper printed anil pub lished wholly in Yakima VOL. I\. HAVE lOD SEEN IT? . WHAT? a V -^BCi7 / ''"'•' ■ |1;l ■■-' ''i' 'I kilt lien ii'etictls £l ~" _^^fc^^# "" ''" "i:'r^''- '' tIHVI' |IlM| TV- «•• I v< •! :» « i>U>t>'Htni'k nf Mime in- Handsome m^^^ cludinu tli followInu: Durable „ 1^ lea l'tits, Cofßf I'nts, Tea Kittlis. S.iucc Tans, p^^ Kicc I'.oiliTs, Cups I'.iils Dippers, Ktc. Mtc. YAKIMA HARDWARE COMPANY ti) Kreil IVnniiintdii NiilJl'll VAl\I \I A , WASH. PROFESBIOSAL CARDS. < vKiiMi.i. b. n«ii ►-. Ritenibonr, Ik i V Kv. l.km ikt, North YMkiniH. / "X \\ l> A I.NiiI.KII.VIiT, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Roomi 7 mid h, Second Hour. First Rational lunik building. < (' HENTON, ATTORNEY AT LAW. i I'm. -tier- iii Federal and all Btata C'onrU. OfflM ovel VHktiiiM National H*tnk \\' 11. HARE, DENTIST. Qfflct n\» ; rustdlln c. "i 'ui'.'H nvi'iiiic. North VHktlllH 1 I .1. BNIVELY, ATTORNEY AT LAW. 19~- •" ■ ■ over Vakliaa National KhuW. North ViikiniH....

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 22 July 1897

[IIL: VAKI.UA IIEKALD. X M RKKI). KPIInH SUB UAHAOBI PiiMoheil evfry Th<ir».|«>. WbtllptlPa II" 1 l«-r ye«r In adtaut i tdrcftlatot r«Ir« 111-tin n. pllt ntl.Mi. mmsi'.iY. July . U9f, ATTBKTIOS SI BS( RIBI RB. Tm: Hum i has m viral Imndreil ml scrilxTK wl.o are delinqoeol one, two. three ami f.iir years »h;e there are « ft w who have tit \t r paid a cent sine the paper started, over eight years ano The aggregate indebtedness Is very -v, in Ihi t Isruer t'lan ibii longer be carried, for the leniency of the management nas re- Bulte.l in obligations which most now be mi t It is to h. 1., m I thai Ihh notiflra tit>ii will he sufficient to cause those knowing themselves indebted to the pa pi r to come lorw »r I and niHke settlement. l M. Ri i r», Manager. Tin: OLl>} ST /.'.I VA'. l.itp Kuropean advieea it ate that tlit> Bank of Saplea the oldest banking room in the worl.i, lihs gone onl ol boalneu. Awaj i.i k In 1530, led than half a cen tury after Col tin !"i!" diiicovere...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 22 July 1897

REPOBI'OBIAL FANCIES Brief Bils of News Gilhered From the Highways and Eyways of Life. PERSONAL AND IMPERSONAL JJTTIHGS '•>.»»*•• i. Souk tliliiu linn I* >>■• l.iiiiralli Hlmu ■■ ulid Hi r. It. Hrt m ol '•III)' ll< mid" Will Ilinl '■ i nnplr nl < i of 11. Cliff » I Stout and wife are in the moun tains rust Icatiog. Mri i i-orge Thornton, of Taconia, who haa been «isitinir relatives in the cily fur the past three weks, returned to her home this morning. DvoTire li'is let an! Will Shearer and wile returned on Wednesday from the Tietan baain, ■ They report a giuxl time, fair Helling and excellent health. I. labeth Y. \Villiamson, mother of Mr" Kobineon of the Central house, died Oil SaMirdav. July 17th, a^ed 7* years. Tv" Mineral occurred OO Sunday. Key. N. Kvans officiating. I'llonil Procter and family are expect init to leave within the next day or two in? H.i oast, driving la their surrey, via (iuldenriale to The Dalles, thence down the river to their ilegtinalion. Mr...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 22 July 1897

I The Herald's Encyclopaedia c s of Knowledge and Queer > N * ci Ly Lo ■ • s • ■ ■ • ■ w AN INNOCENT INTRUDER. f' F-O'in I RoMBS lint Th.-n l".iv -i.l Ttnil n« Warn >.•! WaleonMk An MBnaing Btnry i« tnl f ■'■. early i l. ysof the M irsai i I li mi n- )4\\ :: i , v, ; i- ' n I kfrs Ellii II P 8h . i » timan i 1 '■ „ tiinii r tt,. . ft ■ nn^ V H I - Chi ■■ II ll . ■ 1:r-t i! ■ ■ ling \\ .i- 0O( '. I i Alt mm i, wa II :: a gentli ■ nn b»d ' it.'. I at / •-.- 'i • pd tbat he Ito engngo 1 I - •• ■ jvlativo, *ho sci ■ I flu W } roornn. Uei I li.v h ] leased nti I i .i_ I .-i nut. At i fall t! t ,: >\ Ing il ty M-- \ : m< '1 i J "I." i: n ifil . ;'.• til "ara in had I vi y tin- rooms" i : hnv« i ngagt d tbe ]ii I:. r hall J: - -•.irll. ij i•. - i ■■■ ■.1 the disnil ! t ■■ ■< .-, . ij bl fi r-,ii • • i Iby a coloi . •-\ ba dresa m t i no ha . ■ i:. ■ -. i tb< •. nnd « ni: in i xprewman v r)> ;\ '. ■ nuk i ■ inging np the i ii Mi*a A!tniiin mhanced nn I ] Iplj i ntcd an ...

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