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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 17 February 1898

The Yakima Herald. VOL. X, PATRIOT'S DAY. As a people, we have none too much reverence for our past and its heroes. Four holidays are set apart, to foster this feeling, — Independence Day, Memorial Day, and the birthdays of Washington and Lincoln. The thought that Lincoln's birthday should lie hon ored i< of recent origin. Only a few years ago college and lyceum orators were pleading for it, and, in fact, our state is one of few that have made it a legal holiday. Today no one ques tions the value of a true celebration of Lincoln's memory; but of what value to the public is the mere fact that Feb ruary 12th is a legal holiday? Last Saturday many men and women were surprised to find banks and the postoffioe closed at certain hours. When they investigated they learned the reason and said, "Oh, yes, it is Lincoln's birthday." As a rule, only those stopped work whose wages went on. One cause for this condition is doubt less found in the fact that the birth days of our two greatest Pre...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 17 February 1898

2 I woman in ft.' worl. | W "Woman will ii it h. ciiii'. man lv ex X *n -i-ial nccii|.sii..ii* Hod's i.;..- .;.. Q C . ■ ,mi-!i i nt." llcnr.i Wanl Ice. hi. G . -* ; <_o_oa;*ecxDGCxx_c«_<-<__o COLLEGE WOMEN. Mil* 11 Kit/. "Collage Women" is a term of this Century Sod nl American origin. 11 In r I in, founded In 1833, clslms to be the first pi age opened on the principle of equal oppnrtui it;• s t.i both sexes, Mm I.v .... i mnd,.i- of mi. Ilnlyokel seminary, ami for twelve years its prin i., , , was mil .1 i in- I'M lets in the high •reducation for ihe women. Her early Opportunities were limited. During Childhood, unler unlsvorable clreum- Btsncss, aha atti nded the district school. Afterwards she worked I r her board while attending school at Asbfleld. Tton the trustees nf the Institution kind ly offered her In c use nf ad its dvan tagea, and she accepted their kindness with n grateful heart After leaving School she became a teacher mid spent all her earnings t.. procure I...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 17 February 1898

fflvaftJAK-imntL-^ ±-^'A*^^-J±-^^ | IT. C. HALL & co. I WftNTED, HS lC£|^'(| I F^ _*-" i C\& -."P^ 1" ■■ -1* woman whose husband is at home //**aa*Ammv I iH^/l r^ £ . \lr three times a day, when he can lie, *^Sjß9s± *Mi-^j3-|l I fe t T, Jj|! r^T^B*a "X, if -1 U to be greeted at each meal time with «^BBKii__&___Ci" I fci. £ ./ W A „"/ ,**' Jfc il J. *y the love and the smiles of the good % ~l*^S__g^ __f"a r^__f _^ £ Pnnflo V^^Wl^fcr-M/ '"/• 'il^^^^fMM -L-lli 3IIQ. *.- brightens my heart; come every day r. Rv lIOOQS r'^Mit '^ \^^' _"^i^^l^4^l vPP thp and eat with your family the d.licatc food coakc.l on „U r MAJKSTIC WJe £ B^ 3FP HOW fi '"'i/^/l' '^L^JH^I £ have abundance of hot water, elegant baking, small cost for fuel, and ib .lute X f "' mHLmW^J^ 1 :'\Wf^~^Kms> NSW StOC_ ij_ comfort Wanted, in every home in the land, ft majestic WOOUUI, • majestic \\ £ Hj__ksii I°sH(_-_-T.ltlA\ll I .s^^__^-,. I I We sell the above line, also the Utz _ Dunn 1 * Ik* _ I_- C 1 TJ 11/ T...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 17 February 1898

4 Wiin'sMn ME YAKIMA HERALD. •AlLff .li rt'ESI.KY. I'liMi-ticrr Psiiii-in'il ever) Thunder: •abacrlpttos $1.00 |a*r peer In a'lvsui v. AdwrtlStßg rate* Mi. SpptiCStiOß. Man. K. H. Hakmu.l., Kditur In-Cblel. M>i> II M HiHtllTl, Mas, H.il!A C. IIALL, Mb-. W t. PEmsSEi Man. tE4 BE4EEEV, Mhi«. laa.A stair, AfMs-fates. Mr» Xi» arii W HiTH.iN, llu.liicia MmiißOr. Man („ A. tiRAHAM, Secretary. ■SS. J*NNIS HaRTII 'I.P.T, MRS HnR-I.IY, Mr» Cart. Mrs I.ksh. Id, OBOSBB lionalii. Mr*, hnivei.y, Mrs J SEES BESSES, Mrs Wfkii, Mrs OOSftWIE, Af>*istHiitn. THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 17. 1898 It is hard to prophesy what HOW a seed wall grow into; but IT it is harder to tell whence BEGAN ' "'"' '*'*' **'"*'''' ■*"'''' lr'"" which the tree has grown. Tho germ from whuh eprang tins Wo man's Kninos was probably in (lie air a long time before it found noil and took root. Almiit three years ago it waa sug* nested by our artist that the work lie un dertaken lor the public library. Two months ago the childr...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 17 February 1898

WHAT PEOPLE ARE DOING cut novas i Miss Ems Cauv Mikh Aun P.aiiok Mrs. Louis Janeck is ill with measles. C. A. Busbnell was a Portland viiitor this week. A. L. Slemaions lift for Kllensburg and the Sound Wednesday night. J. 11. Bradford, Jr., haa returned from his long absence in the eaat. , H. M. Gilbert snd Mr. Lee expect to build on the hill in the spring. Mrs. Gordon, mother of Mri. A. B. Weed, ii reported leriouily ill again. The nsual Friday night dance was given at Hathaway 'a hop house last week. E. li. Moore, ouo of the partners in ibo Golden Rule store, left for Chicago on Tuesday. lion. George Taylor went to i'rosser Tuesday night to spend a few days with his son. Mr. Wilcox has returned Irom Cali lornia and reports that cold weather ban damaged the lemou trees. George Boedet ia home once more, none the worse for hi! trip across the waters to tbe mother country. The resignation of Clerk J. L. Bank!, of Sjmcoe agency, haa lieen accepted and he will soon leave for Alaska. At...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 17 February 1898

(> MRS. J. L. MORRISON, Millinery »"<« Dressmaking First Street, near A. Latest Styles in Ladies and Misses Hats, Trim mings, etc. Call for tbe Extra Five if you want a good 5-cent ci gar. Manufact ured by Frank Nagler. A. H. WILGUS, -BLACKKSBITHING,!-- Wagon and Carriage Wood work and Carriage fainting. Scientific Horse Stioer. BPBCI M. A Til* STION* (liven to trotters ami gentlemen, road- Htcrn. All kimlsof wh^hin antl carrini.es msde to Older. Shop cor. B and Front Streets, North Yakima, Wash. Mattoon's Livery Stables Fines? rigs in the cily promptly furnished. I/urscs hoarded at reasonable rales. South First Street. corner Walnut, North Vshims. Wash. North Yakima Marble and Granite Woris, •lf|» Cemetery JIPI Work. rt__jt T. \. DAVIS. I'ropr. I _kII on *'rs* **■■• ********* w**^ \ortli Vakima. New Groceries • ® New GonfeGtions o © lln\ log bon .Ml iti ''•■ oi 1., ii. Zeno. Itch, i am now adding -in i ntlre new I i Grow eriei and Confectionery, .-■'*-• i t ni . ■ •■ i..-. di...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 17 February 1898

!|j_-—_3____^| || Our Schools. 1 Wjj "I wiiil.l empty tin- tn-RMiry for flf?1 W\U --1"""—" •tinrlriHainEat 7^l l______J__M__fe: Tha Schools of Our County. Forty-seven districts are organizml in the county and provide school privileges for 2,1)811 hoys and girls of school age. Of the entire number, ove- 7*l percent were in actual attendance last year, mil this year a higher average will heresrhed. The schools are housed in excellent build ings, which are for the most part new. The eight year course of study pre scribed by the state is followed ss closely ai conditions permit; and the county Superintendent informs us that not fewer than thirty children will this year com plete the course and receive diplomas certifying to their progress. This num ber does not iuclude pupils iv the two in dependent districts where a much larger Dumber will complete tbe eight-years e'udy and be ready for entrance to High School. This plan of following a uniform course of study in every district, togethe...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 17 February 1898

8 When you buy your '98 Bicycle Buy the Popular Wheel-THE CRESCENT-Sold at Fair Fixed Prices. Crescent Tl iriifllT DHi-Me Bicycles 19 il Stncttf GUI. Juveniles $20, $25, $30; Racers and Roadsters $50; Chainless and Tandems $75. -s-^MOORE & MOORE, ti IE « rr._ rri**. >:\n :i««. WHAT f B_WII ABOUT Important and Latest Society Events. Tbe Cburcbes. LOCAL KniTOKS Miss tun I'ary, MtSI Ai.uk BaBEE County, State and Nation. sriioiu. noAitn. The school hoard met last Friday, or dercd Chairman Hill to renew expiring insurance, concluded not to close the ach Mils on account of measles, tiled a no tice of appropriations amounting to fi"i.*>** IH, and issued warrants for the teachers' salaries and a few sundries. The question of continuing school one month longer was thoroughly dlscuased, ami ii was the unanimous opinion ot the board that this should he done, as the district draws its funds from the state on the Imsis of daily uttendance, which meana the state funda pay for ihe extra ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 17 February 1898

S 'Hark, Ihe world no loud, r*3 I | Anil they the moveri ol the world »<i g 5 •till."—BHlwer -t.yttnn. Vi OUR LIBRARY. MKS. IDA RIIARKEY. SECRETARY YAKIMA I.IIIKARY ASSOCIATION. The City Library, for the lienefil of which this special edition ie issued, was begun in a very modest way seven years ago. Two of the teachers in the public schools, realizing the dearth of good read ing matter available, began to talk among their friends of a circulating library. They succeeded in interesting several people in their project and a meeting was held in the parlor of tbe Hotel Yakima. An organization was formed with Mrs. W. L. Steinweg, president; Mrs. Wm. K. Prosser and Mrs. Edward Whitson, vice preaidents; Miss Anna Mattoon, treas urer and Miss Harriet Sawyer, secretary. A committee was appointed to solicit members and funds, the membership lie being placed al one dollar, which sum gave a life membership in the organiza tion. In a month 88 members had lieen secured and $140 subscribed. Th...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 17 February 1898

10 ..ART..I „a . -i.)'.i.:t) is ll .me ul tlie SJOT [■^rj ureal, the true, the beautiful, In h:i l r i -11 ki. h v hVfca Mi:* Miv Tiii.iiM 'V lire. r-,ff* _) .'.-•^__i:.'_ii-S^_^___-*'^__4_ Art in the State of Washington. In II is state of sage brush and forests, where the pale face ts vet trending in the itiuk of the savage, to those dwelling ill tbe far east, any Httempt to write the ■tale's an liistnrj would seem absurd. True, compared with the progress of the A'lnn 1 ■ coast, we have no art to speak of. Bal we who have lived here all our lives and seen it grow, liny, fra gile, i.ut still a growth,'ran feel as proud ol our art grow th as of our progress in ot'..i r lines, Mi own ri . illictions ol srl in the state hi ie ie i ti i hit |I> i I.l,liie .1 to the i ther sldi of the n iiintains and to Naittl", nnd dates Irom 18*1. Ihe tirst I remember was Uu—lo me iii my youthful days— eery wonderful work ol th' local candy dealer, He had a world ol uncultivated natural t dent, an I...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 17 February 1898

I MUSIC JJ&! "Hreiit „.;-;• i- 11... nn whirl, lilt* WRJ j»-.* 'I r - .lit ii'.'.m-tin. «Mrm« of i iirlli " fe( I in 11 ii n> ' .-}u Mil*, .ir--.k ! Ml*.* ILSMnSI : - i*\% i-=_S_.s__l M.isic and Mythology. The hlatory nl music h M been the his tory of tbe human raoej tngether th»y •serge from tbe dim twilight of mytho logy. II >tli iliiai divine origin. The miming stnrs sang th.-ir praises at Ihe creation. What a mighty choir was th it! What uutolil millions of voice*! What an ensemble! How that wondrous mel ody sli,.ok and thrilled the great tiansi'pt Of heaven when on the evening of the fourth tlay they joined iv their tirst great jubilate of praise to Hod for the life and light Which he had just created. How th it liist great "Amen must bavosh tk. n the very foundations of the newly-laid firmament. Aooordlttg to the (ireek and Roman mythology, music was | resided over by tho Nun. Muses. Tiny sing the featlval aongs it Hie repasts of tbe Gods, and Apollo, .vlio led ih......

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 17 February 1898

12 NEW YORK CASH STORE Underbuy and Undersell. We thank the people of Yakima and vicinity for past patronage, and solicit your patronage now. We promise to sell you goods at the lowest price. **$_-*_. *-:• *rJ___jrft_.t *h -*_fcjf> *.:.- •■•■• •■'•■ ■'•■ *** *** rf* ■** ***u>*3 | This Coupon is Good for * Low 1 <* 5 Cents 4* f We Do ■-•uvv 3 ON ANY £ Prices. < $1.00 Purchase. J What we say •jj NOT GOOD AFTER MARCH C. & 4 ip;•; .-;-. .;* ■:■ ■•• • •-• <•;.- -•• •••• •:• '"^ •*- ':• •:- -:-• •: A7v s"^ We do just what we advertise. We ask the people of Yakima and vicinity to compare our goods and prices and see that we save you from 10 to 300 per cent on every article. Gul oiit above Coupon. Ii ***■* worth **5 Ceniw. -V Pew Prices: Look Over, then Compare. 1 gross agate button*. So. Ladies' wool mils, 100, *_.', 25c. ; l'earl buttons, any eice, 5c dozen. Silk Windsor tiesl2c, Me. Wood pencil box.., lock and key. &.. Hatter knivea, sc, 10c. On shoes we can aave y...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 17 February 1898

pursue a course of «'v Iy along these line«. Motto: 'From life, through life, lo life." At each meptjng papers are read on kin dergarten work and quotations given in response lo roll rail. On April 2\, Free bels birth.lay will lie celebrated by s eoap bubble party (or members and their children. The club numbers forty-five, and lias a lihrary ul fifty volumes on kin dergarteti work. Tiik Woman's Litebaky Ci.iu or Hu (.ita.m was organized November 4, 1894. It has L'O members. The past year they have furnished a club room and own a circulating lihrary with a good selection of latest liooks, to which all club members have act'PSß St. Helen's Clib or Ciiehalis has for its piiriii uhir object sn attempt at street cleaning. The high school boys were at onetime formed into a hriga Ie and did some very efficient wcrk. With Ihe con sent ol Ihe city council, Ihe ladies expect to place boxes on the streets fur the pur pose of receiving waste paper, fruit peel ings, ptc. The rlub memliersliip i...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 17 February 1898

11 fS___._-< - ■•'A-.-^Ssr,";^' ..fv ;.--^>*^_-^ _________________—'_ 3 Wall Paper, 5c w Paper Complete, | I per Roll. room 10x12,75c g <j * E | CHANGE YOUR LUCK. E v Circumstances, environments and individual effort iF 1 make what is called luck. Spring is now here, h. you are to sunn to clean house, and you may cx **\ *ieml all the individual effort you can, but still you will find you have failed unless you replace the •j old smoky wall paper with some of our b^ 1 (lew Spring Styles and Goiorlags. I *< i ■'j Also a new set of drapery or lace curtains, and a 'j_ few pieces of furniture to replace those worn out with old age. The cost will be—out of sigh!— ■„!, ai you see what .1 few dollars has done tv •' - home and o itnplctt Iy change your N surroundiher' ■• V7e have a Regular force of Hangers employed, and contract for all kinds of Decorating. *. Lc. c 1 & Horsley i m . co. ,1, ii. 5 vr : ;' '.;, . N : ing; Car yz pels, All Wool, - | COfflPiEiP, * _-C. /DC il ip...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 17 February 1898

|j What Hen Slionm Read ffil ran "Throe flitha nf liim aiiKcl ami KWJ] §P two tilth-ah,, r fit.lite"; Uj3 7l\\\f ' ■ ■ e\d\ jn.W M.ITKII IIV MRU. A. V. liimliwis. %ffl Uwimmmwmwimm i WHO? Who always i-ninea hum. with h hri„ht, cheer. . rial fae,." Olves the hahy n kiaa, til- wlfi* an embrace, I'rnl*!'- tin' lappet ami -troki'ii the eat, Keails the i.a|ii>raloiii] ami han.s uj. hi- hat? A niHii nn tin- planet Mam. Who shun-- liia pnr-e with hi- better-half? Who j..ins with her always in -on. anil lauith? Wliu tell- Iter hi- secret-, hia hope! ami plana, Ht-liei in. her mini! I- a- hi. a- a mans. A man nn the planet Mara. Trill- far I hail written my jinirJes anil rhyme.. ' Wliii h icellli-il to me giving Mime people ami time- All a nay ti.i.t coal which I bnpod they'd pal 1 1111.1 tin-m iilonil to my good baabawt, John. He miiiiil.leil ami glowered Hii'l tiirneil tiery , re. I. Ami what ilo >on Mijipnae tbe nan.hiy man, ■aid? "11)1. ihOOt the planet of Mar- " Now .ti.tin baa -o...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 17 February 1898

16 kt___^___s_i^__k<*s_____i*s_____^ Sayings of North H L Yakima Children | "Thou little, best philnauphpr."—Wordsworth. El ITKI) 111 MRS. 11. M. (itl.llKKT. j'.'.'o po^'s-*-^'--'^**^^:**!^^ When on the I'ullman car Estelle was asked why her bands were so black. "I don't know, mamma, unless I got it oil the porter." When I/iuise Csmeron first appeared, her sister Helen looked earnestly at her and said: "Mamma, did you get her at Coffins'store?" One day. as rani's mother was receiv ing a pair of chickens which he knew were to be put into a coop, be said coax inglv: "Do let me carry one, mamma. I can take it by tbe etetn and carry it right along." When Iv M. Reed's little niece was asked if she would like to he an archi tect when she grew up, Bhe looked grave and said : "No; I want lobe a mother. Mamma was a mother anil grandma was a mother. Itsiems to run in tbe family." One day, when Mary Louise's mamma was m ing to have her understand that God was always with her, she went into ...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 17 February 1898

1 Onr DQflisDfllefl Realifl I B "Vnthlug lovelier can lie Iniiud w J} In woman, than lo atndy bouaehnld 9 Kj good."—Mll.Tor*. £ V i i.i ru. kv an- w r. raoaaKH. ® tl<M_x_3<_*{K_k_*^^ '•By 'he flrcalile -till. Ihe light la ahinlu.. The i hildreu a arm. miiu.t ihe pareuta twlutur. From love ao aweet. O. w*ho would roam? Be It ever a i liomely, home la home." An tin* done inti h to m<ke Ibe homia of tv-day pleaaant ami cotiilorlable. New inveiitiuna have made and perfected many convenience, for the uae if ibe nio.l--rn housekeeper. The early aetHer* of the »e«t, half a century ago, hail vtry fe - arte lei «itb ahich to beautify their h'Hion, or «liii-h could lie u»ed in the-ir kitchen*, and Iheae article* were of the nin*<t ir in iti vb kind. Our facilitie* ot trniiH|KiriHtion are now aiicb. that ac lew cuiitribinioua on Ihe whole world for th-**"* purpuHi'H. lake (,i|,_r vova'ion* Ihe hn«ineaa nt h I. ■ keepi uti-i pciKieawlea. WTeroaiU .c the artuttc, I hi* aeHttletj.' an...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 17 February 1898

is Haven Heuyons's Bowling Hiiey £.3 titc ami healthful exercise. Surroundings pleasant with three best alleys in Central Washington, where all of the late bowling games, .- arc played. Special afternoon's and evenings for accommodation of ladies and escorts. The "pin" boys don't talk back. Vnkima avc, between Front and Pint Streets. Washington Evaporating and Preserving Company. EVAPORATED FRDITS, VEGETABLES, ETC. <>m goods have been used a t the mines on the Yukon and all mining c.unps in tin.' Northwest for a number of years and hive given perfect satis faction. They make better Soap or Stew than fresh vegetables, as they con tain a greater variety than can be obtained at any one place, and will keep indefinitely. These goods can be obtained of any first-class dealer or outfitter in the Northwest. Ask for the "Handy Brand,'' as no other is "just as good." H\SIIIVCTOV FRIIT k PKRSKKVI\.J CO.. Snrlh V-iLima. Wash. J. M. McCleary, DrjGiil., Fmiliiif dis, Groceries, Crohn. Rose...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 17 February 1898

Have yon seen them? Seen what? Why those elegant Plationo Photos —^COOMBS & BRYAN'S I was just up there and I can't help thinking about them. And then they have such handsome cards, too; have never seen anything in town equal to them. If you haven't already been, be sure to stop there and see them. The boys are always glad to see you and they guarantee satisfaction in all work. Their specialty is all kinds of Photographic work. Don't forget the place. ... Schlodtfeldt Block. COOMBS & BRYAN remember the why of It all. manlike h-* began to explain to her Ihe whole mya tery of standard time. Between them, and with tbe help of the schoolma'am across the aisle, they soon got It all straightened out. Two hours later the boy was walking Hway from the depot in Spnkaneib dding his father's hand talking as fast as possi ble. "Just think," said he, "I wouldn't have known anything about that change of time if I hadn't happened to look at my watch. 1 tell you I'm sorry for the fellow tha...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 17 February 1898

20 _ .^ _■ <§£, A On the way to James' Gallery to see 'llroSfl Bushnell about those Platinos and Jr&Fjf3/ Glossy Photographs, the host ia l_f»i ji_ '^^ MS**t- Central Washington. Our Qouifty Qorrespopde^ The Moxee Valley. , Miix'e, it is .a 1. Oi.hi.h "IVvil'e Hole" I' Rill t hive i..'fii named by ♦nine wi.rttiv braie Kit iin_ across the 1. ill* , In Ihe I.nl .lull sun Hid *• i IMS ihe hrmd . filsin 1., lure Inn., IP determined to fnii-s Ih" valley ami ipi-ut'h his ih-rst In (heid'vrr. e'rcain Which he hmW .learn ing tli tin* dial*lice, The valley proved tv 'c- I,- .a IT Mi in im Imagined. A* the] do ur-* 01.1-r and ihe sun hitter be! 4}rr» tun** and more ihirctv. .Vh.-n ! fill illi he res 'ed the Yakima river, j af-er taking a Inns tsartlng draught, be yn up, and Ittokiu. at the arid stretch ot, a«.|.. Hoi' lav <ii veil nun and the till-. «hh ie a 'I _mti -i ni ' ion villi liis hand, Ca.Vinj "Ml yah Mix-e;" and M.xee i' 1 »ill '• to uu, lhuii.fli Viinkee enterprise, taaie...

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