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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 29 July 1897

The Herald is the only Paper printed and pub lished wholly in Yakima VOL, IX. STUDEBAKER WAGONS ALWAYS AHEAD! We have just received ~~ ~~~~~~"^~~~"~~ ANOTHER CARLOAD ----■-■«««*• SSlh^ OF THESE CELEBRATED fto^-f^^KdSHfc' WAGONS. SEE THEM. •' - /.V^sMSllft^ The New STEEL SKEIN M< >1' NT \! N ?fs&f)!*\^/ Iv3©lߧln/ WAGON is without question tin t^k^X ■■■^■/*o*m&Jr*':-''' Strongest and Most Durable -^^ ■■;'' Wagon on the market. •_—__!___,__.^^^^^^^^^.^^^^ "tBo"""r YaKlma Hardware Co., M c < i ssoit to I in it KMIIMVM PHOFESSIOXAL CARDS. CtKKHI.I. B. (iRAVIt*. Klll'llKtllire. Ira 11.I 1. Knoi.kiiakt, N'nrlh Vnkiiiin. i ( J.BAVKB A E9OLEHART, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Kmmi* 7 Rinl 8, .Seiouii floor, First National i-.iiiu building. 0. HKNTON, ATTORNEY AT LAW. PrantlOM in Federal ami n!i State Court*. OOOC over Yakima National Hank. \y B. HARE, DENTIST. I'tti'.- over Hostoffice. Yak ma avenue. North Yakltna. I J J. KNIVELY, ATTORNEY AT LAW. MW~< 'Hi' '' over YHkmm National Il...

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. — 29 July 1897

THE YAKIMA HERALD. B. M RIED. EDITOR AND MANAOKR Pabllnhed n-erjr ThniwUy; •">>•' rif'tim 1100 per r«ar In •<lv»urr. Ailvcrti«lnf nxn ■pon application. THURSDAY, JULY !9, 1897. A TTMSTION BUBBCRIBERB. The Hhrai i) has several hundred sub scribers who are delinquent one, two. three and four years while there are a few who have never paid a cent siDce 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 lie 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. K. M. Kei.d, Manager. A large party of prominent railroad men and capitalists, including President K. \V. Winters of the Northern Pacific, arrived in the city last night in a special and luxuriantly appointed train and re mained until nearly noon to day. The leneth o...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 29 July 1897

REPORTORIAL FANCIES Brief Bits of Hews Gathered From the Highways md Bywa|sjM.sfe. PERSONAL AND IMPERSONAL JiTTiNGS "***»•" I* Sam rill Inn That l« M • .rurrnlll Hll.iviu mid 111 I . 11. n.l --< r» of "I lir llr n.1,1-' Will I Iml ■> < ollplr of I OIniDIII of 11. Miss Sue Wilgns of Fort Simcoe, is a Yflkima visitor. I. M. Krutz and family have gone to So.la Springs for the summer. Miss r.ryinii is engaged in cWii-al work in the otliceof the county auditor. Mi»s Grace Htephenson Btid younger sister have gone to Portland for a visit with relatives. Jay Lynch, the newly appnintpd Indian B«pnt, expectH to qualify and enter upon liih dutifH admit August 10th. Mr- K'lhertsnn and daughter, sister ami niece of Mrs. James Kpslinir, arrived in the city last night from Albany, Or. Chaa. Mabry and A. N. Short with their families, have gone to tho Upper Natcheez for an outing of a couple of weeks. • 'ha*. McKwen and family left to day for Soda Springs where Mrs. McKwen, son and daughter...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 29 July 1897

BWEETMEABT3 ALWAYS. If nrp.-tin art« wrr«> »wrfthp»rt^ alwuyx Whether an m»td nr wife. No dm)) would V* half »• jliximnt In th. n tngled draft of 1 if.-. Bnt»h*(rworthKnrth.i«»7Tiil«i»nd Mn«h«« When the wife hn.« fr >wn« nnd siglm. And tho wife's have a wrnthful cltttrr For the Blow of the nwctthi'srli rye*. If iovitp w,-re lovt r« atwaye, Thn damp to iron thrnrt and w;>. Who would rhnnpi- f. r a future of L<l< n The Joyii of tlni< clni ki nnl lite? But hushnn'.n grow grave an 1 « lii.t. And rare on tin- inikra* brow Oft rrplurm the wrtlim that prri«lied With tlif W«f«MI i.f Urn n,..mat;' 1 T»w- Hnpjiv 1m he. who*l «w • ■ t! ■ nrt Is wife nnd BWOTtlMari hum. WIMSi v01e,., as of oM, ran i harm BiaiJ U -■ 1.1-- a* of <•><!. 'an thrill; Who has jilnrked tho NSS to f.nd rvcr it* lif^uty ami fragrance laen i- . A" the fliiKh of pasatoa Is mrllowwl In Im-i "h unme!»-urru pssjMj Who *<•<■* in the -<• ;■ n llfhtMS; Who finds In th' form n rt/k-p; Who read...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 5 August 1897

The Herald is the only Paper printed and pub lished wholly in Yakima VOL. IX. STUDEBAKER WAGONS ALWAYS AHEAD! We have just received | OF THESE CELEBRATED B^| |m|' Wagon on the market. ~ v ~.~» v VaMrna ttai'dwate Co., MdISSIIH TU IHKD I" I VMM;TO\ PROFESSIONAL CARDS. Carroll B. Cravkk. Kllenabiirt;, Ika l\ Kv.i.KinKT. North Vakima, ( J RAVES A ENGLEHART, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. K..iim« 7 mi.l 8, Second floor, Pint National Ilaiik bulMlug. U C HENTON, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Practice* in Federal ami all tftate Court*. Office over Yaklnia National Bank. yy H. HARE, DENTIST. ciii'in- over I'imtofln'p. Yakima avenue, North Yakima. II J. SNIVELY, ATTORNEY AT LAW. £&~t >">'■<■ over Vaklma National Bank, North YHklma. Will practice in all th« r-ourtiof the state and IT. S. laud offices. W.L. JONKB. J. H.NIWHtN. JONES & NEWMAN, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Over First National Bank, North Yakima, W«h WHITSON A PARKER' ">»■> whitboh > V > FRED FAItKKR ATTORNEYS AT LAW. CflT"Offlce in Pin...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 5 August 1897

ME YAKI.MA HERALD. I. M RKKI). EDITOK AND MANAUEK PablUbad rver? Thnnular: nab«rri|>ii<>n fl.au I" ' >*»r tn •dviniT Ailvrrtiiiiii ntt* lll»ni •I'l'll. «tlon THURBDAY, ACQUBT I, 1897. A TTfiSTIOX SVBS( I! I Hi: IIS. The Hit v D has si veral hundred sub scribers wlio are delinquent one, two, three and four jears while there are a few wbo have never paid a cent since the paper started, over eight >ears ago. The aggregate indebtedness is viry large, in fact larger t!ian can longer be carried, for the leniency of the management has re sulted in obligations which must now In' met. It is to be hoped that Ibis notifica tion will be snllicient to cause those knowing themselves indebted to the pa p°r to come forward and make settlement. K. M. Bsa t>, Manager. SEULECTED ALASKA. Twenty-nine jearn have passed since Alaska was organized as a territory, the organization meaning little except that It was given a place on the map of the United Stales. Evea in this year's polit ica...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 5 August 1897

REPQRTORIAL FANCIES Brief Bits of Hews Gathered From the Highways aod Byways of Life. PERSONAL AND IMPERSONAL JOTTINGS "News" ■ • »>mn That i» >»i t.mrralli Known mid Mere Head ers of "The Herald" Will »•■• a <»nplr ol <oln ■■■•>• of It. K. B. Yeates left sat week for Colora do on a visit. Uus Oitden, of the Alfalfa, returned from Chicago on Sunday. E. H. Tiinms shipped a trainload of fifteen cars of sheep to Chicago on Wed nesday. Mrs. John B. Catron, of Walla Walla, HP' ill a few days in this city this week, visiting friends and relatives. Mins Julia Davis has returned from a pleaßant'visit in Seattle and has resumed charge of the Western Union office. Claude Kriggß and family left last week for the Upper Natchetz country where they will enjoy an outing of several weeks duration. Judge l.rwin left for Portland Wednes day to purchase a threshing outfit for use on the reservation. He says the Indian* will have 100,000 bushels of grain tliip season. I). W. Simmons. K. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 5 August 1897

AMONG THE SHEAVCS. O Lord. the Held* are. ripe with oorni The laborer f ■> 1 h «ln*lnn. Die Joyful hrart t« hf»»«nw»rd bom« On tnaoir's pinion wlnpinu; The nky la fair, vtth b'rn nr.'l then ▲ downy clooil'ut nwoplnit; Lord, la thta timo of hapr-T rhoer What do I with my » ••,'•>' Oh. thaniK, atnrnu th» rr.li!i>ri «hw\Trt To italn thn rtaj with mourning! Oh, ■htmi' on bins who I li r f■•■•■ ■. «. God'» h»rTr»t Mixwlnif urorntngl Th« hWTonii ahora look down In lnvai The rarth miillcm tmck vlotorlnna; By hill »nd rale wboroVr you roy» The harrMt flsldt shine glorious. But on my •onl a pi' "■•" !v«. Made dppper hv tho nt.iry Of nntnre'a patient urrlflce Thua perfpotod to glory. r..n h faithful hrart hath berw its part, Thi> autumn tronnuro fharinc* Cut I, I only km w the nn.urt Of failure and dewpalrlng. O Iy>rd. hod all thono wwirT dnvn. These wairtwi kihlii of prlpvinc. Boen ppnut In i>h"winK forth ti.y pralne, 1 Inn] had corn fir BMMiac Kot onopty band unil Nipty I'...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 12 August 1897

The Herald is the only Taper printed and pub lished wholly in Yakima VOL. IX. STUDEBAKER WAGONS ALWAYS AHEAD! We have just received | | OF THESE CELEBRATED JB22ME WBti WAGON is without question the ■" SSr.T9fßm&££gaifrdSmm@fcjsMfc^.. Wagon on the market. * C ~*™,m Vafrima ttardwafe Co., MNMOMMaI to 1111 i» fm\mm.io\ PROFESSIONAL CARDS. Carroll B. Uravkh, Kllcnsbiirr. Ira I' Knolkiiart. North YhLhmh. ( <RAVES A KNULEHART, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. i(iMiin« 7 anil 8, Second floor, Flrat National llank building. C HENTON, ATTORNEY AT LAW. PMRttflM in Federal and all State Conrtii. Office over Yaklma National Hank. yy^ H. HARE, DENTIST. office over i'ostomce. Yaklma avenue, North Yaklma. Jj[ J. SNIVELY, ATTORNEY AT LAW. im~nihif over Yaklma National Bank, North Yakima. Will practice in all tha courts of tbe Htateaud V. .- laud offices. W.L. JONES. J. K. NKWMAN. JONES A NEWMAN, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Over First National Bank, North Yakima, Wash WHITSON A PARKER j «o»n wiiitson VV I FBED PARKER...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 12 August 1897

ME YAKIM HERALD. K. M RICRt). KPITOK AND MANAUKK Pabllnhed rrrry ThunxUv: •n!,»crl j.t |..n fl 00 per jew In Mrtra A,l vitii»iiik r»te» U|m>ii SUpMciatiOll. THCRSDAY. AVOtOST tt, 1897. dTTMNTtOS SUBSCRIBERS. The Rhml i> ha* several hundred sub errilx'ra who are delinquent one, two. three and four yrars while there are a few who have never paid a cent since the paper started, over eight jears ago. The aggregate iiidehteiltuse is very large, in fact larger than ran longer lie carried, for the leniency of the management has re sulted in obligations which must now In met. It is to be hoped tliat this notifica tion will lie sufficient to cause those knowing thenselves Indebted to the pa per to romp forward and makesettlement. K. M. BSXO, Manager. OCA' HOYS IN ALASKA. Probably no place on the Pacific coast of over a thousand people is without its personal interest in the Klondyke excite ment. It is here and now as it was in New England and the Southern states just fifty years ago, w...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 12 August 1897

REPORIORIAL FANCIES Brief Bits of dews Gathered From tbe Highways and Byways of Life. PERSONAL AKD IMPERSONAL J.iTTIHGS ujlfwi" l« so me thin k Thai I* ftal Utnera.Hr Knawn and flrrrllrad* rr> af "Tfce Herald" Will rind a t'analc af Dtlaani af ft. Born, July SMth, to the wife of (i«orge Aumillrr, a son. Harry Voorhes has retired from the linn ol Voorhes fi Foster. Henry Ditter and Nicholas McCoy are rusticating at Hot Springs this week. Frank I! Shardlow and wife left on Monday for their usual camping trip to the upper Natcheez. Capt. Kingsbury and J. K. Bell left this week for the American river to spend a couple of weeks. l>. I; Milkhihl.l, the Zillah lumber man, lias gone to Marcus, in the Colville country to engage in business. Two young brothers of Robert Jackson have recently arrived from Scotland and will make their home in Yakim*. 0. C. Cushman, representing the new management of the Taroma Ledger, is in ili' 1 city pushing the claims of that publi cation. The infant d...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 12 August 1897

A VICTIM OF CIRCUMSTANCES RorronndlnK* Orrt U Im. h (nndnrtor Nm I'uwnpr I' . 1 Control. "Thirty-ninth Mm t '" rallnl the con dnrtor of the Allry "1." rar. "Tbirtyninth ►trcit I ' MeMMd the woman who wasnttii.K noxt tothcd.»>r, jnni]uug tip. "Yen, luii'am," replied the conductor politely. "This i.< vhcro you want to ■at <-ff." "Oh, that's n n. i' way to try to p"t cmt nf forgetting in'," t-lio returned < x ritcdly. "I ;i know Vttf Well thnt 1 •old yon 1 was only going tv Thirty eighth street. What do you mean by carrying mo by it?" "Why, inud.im, the"— "oh, it's no ate trying to ncnte yow iplf; 1 know nil aSoat it. You tboogbl ycu ctild imjioso on ne bwaww I'm from tho roimtiy, 1 r.t I'd bate you r.n dentaad that yoa oan'l do It." "lUit, madiuii." proteated tho con> ductor, "wo dun.i- ii pat Thirty-eighth Street," "Don't lio to Dip," i-l,i' replied iin (?rily. "IgDM 1 ),:i \v J..'\v tin sc city roads nro ran, if I nia't cilj born and brad. Yo« carried me by on parpono...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 19 August 1897

The Herald is the only Taper printed and pub lished wholly in Yakima I VOL. IX. IWe are offer- We Cfln " ( shoot or | I ing a Great interest You i IF YOU I Fish ... I J Bargain S j We have just received a new stock of r i Ladiesßioycio SHOTGUNS AND RIFLES I £i Which we arc offering at extremely low prices. tL !j . And when it comes to T 1 m/ 3/% Loaded Shells, Cartridges, t $ $60 Black and Nitro Powder; F 1 Wheel Loading and Cleaning Tools f 15 Jqj. You will find us all right. r^ | $37.50 YAKIMA HARDWARE COMPANY. | PMOFBBBIOVA L CA RI>S. i ....■■! I M (IKAVIK. KllellKlllirK, Hi I. KN'.i.kii \kt. Nurth Ynkiina. ( JKAVKS A KNGLKHART, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Room 7 anil -. Hecouii floor, Kinit National r.iink hulliUiiK. . < 0. IIKNTON, ATTORNEY AT LAW. PrwlleM in Federal ami all (State Courts. OfiCf over Yaklma National Hank. H. hare, DENTIST. office over l'ostoffice, Yaklma avenue, North Yakima. TJ J. SNIVELY, ATTORNEY AT LAW. gtr-(i«\ve nver Yakima National Bank, North VHkinm. Will I...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 19 August 1897

ME YAKI.WA HERALD. R. M RRRD. EDITOR AND MAHAOKR Pabilihed rirri Thunday: •ntwriptlnn II i« per >f«i In «d>amf. Ailvrrtiilug raid upon npi'iii mi.mi. THURSDAY. AIVVST 19, 1897. A TTESTWX BUB9CMIBBBB, Tiik Ihmi i> has srveral hundred inb wrihera who are delinquent one, two, three and four years while there are a few who have never paid • rent sioce the paper started, over eixlit years apo. The «KS!rrl»te irulcbteilnrss is very large, in fart larger t!ian can longer be carried, for the leniency of the management lias re sulted in obligations which must now lie met. It is to be hoped that this notifica tion will lie sufficient to cause those knowing themselves indebted to the pa p?r to come forward and make settlement. K. M. Ki.i n, Manager. THE SEW S. P. MANAGEMENT From all accounts printed both east and west, we may expect some results in the way of better business methods on the Northern Pacific railroad now that it has a new president in harmony with ali interests. Mr. 0. ...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 19 August 1897

REPORI'ORIAL FANCIES Brief Bits of lews Gathered From the Highways and Byways of Life. FE RSOAL AHDIMPBRSOHAL JOTTINGS »SI(Wl" l« s rlhlai That I* ftot • .•■•if r»il» Known and HereHcaa rra of "The Herala" Will Una a Couple ot rnliiiniii of ft. M. Schorn is expected home from Chi cago in a day or two. 11. K. I.an, the well known lumber man of Hot Springs is in the city. J. Leahy of Walla Walla, Chinese in spector for thia district, is in tbe city. Dr. 1.. L Porter, of Koslyn, waa a V Mkiiiiß visitor for a couple of days this week. At tbe last meeting of the city council tbe new bund of Treannrer Pressey was approved. Mrs. George. Donald has returned irom the coast where she has been spending t iif past few weeks. A. K. Bissill of Carthage, Mo., is a new arrival in the city. Mr. liissell is an architect by profession. KittiUs county is advertising for bids for building a bridge across the Cle Kluni river. an<l al»o across the Yakima at Thorp. A. F. Snelling and family anri Harry V...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 19 August 1897

■ ' HH R5 MTCIU BAD. > Wrn- I i.n ,\. n Tor Hi« l'lnr .\ft rr llmii. r -!•< . ■ h. i . I old ph lai ihropiat, Bone* Or : y, \,< ut lo Ni -■ i>i li .ins n! v r the i 1.-iil tnVcti him to h< r In irt ill ■ ' i . i it,. fhi action In pv i •i ;i the .Ti tT \>.,\ i- ball i ond, and tlio I , ;•• wi re iii.x. hi- toaboW bun <\iry : '11 iil li :l pl)W< r. A ihiu.ir ->; i io be Urn proper thing; aad tl • marki i- ■ f N<w Orfcaai «, than \\hi i: re 1 w v tv r in ill" 1, \v> re ran-:: k< d lin. ■■ tl i ■■■! ax notable I ; \:< \ laiida ti< for tl ■■ diittiajcl lon uf ( . ... .1 Ihi din cm Judf.-e Walker, the teteraa i litoi if Tlie l'icvn i ...i, presided. He waa a , i .ii gnrmand, and aft< i tbo i. . : naaada • Uh< ■'. di ne of the One points o! t'.io iliiiii- r to Ik' l.e-t !■> tba t t fOt ia ( kof COtnnu ut »:y. ■ Mr. Grccley," said be, "th. •■ t. .- ire tho beat thai cne t.idi:r i:\ir- I '. :;i!il wo thi;.k til y \ie v. Ith I . ; Norfolk. I...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 26 August 1897

The Herald is the only Taper printed and pub lished wholly in YaWima VOL. IX. |We are offer- !;j We Can | lf= vrfcl . ( Shoot or 1 | ing a Qreat interest You ) IF YOU I Fish .. . | ■A Bargain H We have just received a new stock of WJ 3'Ladiesßicycie SHOTGUNS AND RIFLES I £j Which we are offering at extremely low prices. kJ And when it comes to £j j Loaded Shells, Cartridges, fcj 1 $60 Black and Nitro Powder; rj <C ti7k aa i Loading and Cleaning Tools ra j " nee* lj Ji for You will find us all right. rl | $37.50 || YAKIMA HARDWARE COMPANY, j PROFESSIONAL CARDS. Cakhcillß. (Jit Avis, KUenabnrir. I it.« I. KN'.i.kiiakt, Nortb V»klm», ( J RAVES A ENGLEHART, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Hoiiinn 7 and tt, Swoud floor, Flrat National Hank builillug. {^ C. IIENTON, ATTORNEY AT LAW. !'ra<tlfi>« in Federal end all State i-onrti. ODoe [iht Yakima National Uauk. Yf^ IJ. HARE, DENTIST. ii'lm- over PostofTice. Yakima avenue, Nortb Yakima. II J. SNIVELY, ATTORNEY AT LAW. I9~' 'ii.i ■■ over Yakima Na...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 26 August 1897

run VAKIMA HERALD K. M . KKHi I Ii I "It \ Nl> MARAOBR P^Ml'h.il .■!!■!> li.ii r- In > . natMTtpthm 11.0 |>il > f«r in n-Imimii' k<lm','i«mik r«|«.# a pull «i'i>!li mion. TBUMDAY, .U WBT - M»7 ATTKSTWX SVBm RIBI RS, Tuk Hi i; m !■ I at Kveral hnndred bbo ajriban «■•) are ■'< < •!''""' oaj#, t« tl.rre hihl d iir jrean while there are a fa » « Ihi I uM i vcr paid a cent sines th< paper started, over eight years ago. Ihf ■fgrrgale indebtedness Is very large, in furl Iwrcf-r than can longer I"1 carried, for the leiiicnc) ol tbs management l>»n re suliiil in obligate i i which must non bi ii> t. It iti t,, i, hoped 11 tl tl It notifies tion will lie hutlii, nl to caose those knowing the vn yes indebted to tip pa j» r to come lorward and make settlement. !'. it. K. 11>, Manager. .\7 II >/ IA I.I.MIST With tbi - tin re » ill I"1 • change In the management "t Thb Hbr- ai.h. The pap r ims been lc«si"l to Mifi-rn. Charles I. Bailey hii.l tie>r,.v N...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 26 August 1897

IPOHItIAL FANCIES Brief Bits of Hews Gathered From tbe Highways and Byways of Life. PERSONAL AND IMPERSONAL JOTTINGS ■'■■■MM |« s , That U >»i t.mrrnlli Knawii and ll.n It.nn . r» of "The 11. rnl.f Will mid ■ • mi|iii ■•! talamni of It. Mr. and Mrs. Karl Watt have returned from Kind l.»ke. Born, August L' 3, to Mr. and Mrs, II SUvin, of Txmpico, a daughter. li it) reported that Senator John I. Wilson will visit Yakima in a few days. Tom Cdmteris expects to ship l'>»> ti"M.I of -lie |. to the Seattle market to day. A. S. Pain mil family returned Irom a two weeks'outing at Soda Springs on Monday. 3, V McCafferty returned on Tuesday from the Fish Lake district where he lias b"en for the past two nionlhH. Married, August 2;{, by Justice (i. H Mniiltoii, Henry (iolden to Kldoah J. Knox, !■.•'( of Yakiuia county. tieorge Cary. Richard Curry, \V. B. Williams and Charles McEwen drove up to Soda Springs Saturday night .and re turned early Monday morning. t'rof. l'almer, of the Ahtan...

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. — 26 August 1897

AN ANCIENT BLOCKHOUSF. Tlifi IConqarl t'.olnnlit Ihr t>ulj nm- To l.li«trnrr. Ilero in IVu:i«vivxii;» wn find what is ii.it iv txi.-tcin.e in iw-ia-turMuib —ouo of tlio or^'iiial blooUloSSM t'". .t befuie tlie Batolatit Band still ma per fecthtato f preaervad m. A!; Umolmh Imv« disappeared, Facts Dwjuesaesad Pitt ire things of the p.uit, tat tb«r» d'lult of Cvlvjiiel Boaquottsaris.today as it Mood i"ii years ag >. To the Pitta bnrg chaptw of thi Danghtcrsof the Krv»lutn<:i v■•■ .ire Indebted t. r )ts res toration. Jt has I ' i owned by them since 1888, Until that year the old redoubt i f Bouqw t. bj it is called, was oocupied :li a tenant hi uso, and within its va'..i w;is 1 m i' : lurg's local bia> wriim, tho late Niu..i- IJ. Qmige, i.-q. Down on "the ]" .;.t." on ■ narr w, A:Tty little street nall< '. }'- rt strret, rar rounded by tuuibli \ . . . ni r- Iy as old as it.-. If, ia a 1 ttle five sided balkUag of si and 1 k w ted by Ookatel B a | v I bj I7W m ■ deft use ...

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