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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 7 April 1898

—Coffin Bros.' Department Store. Commencing Saturday, March 26th, we will give every purchaser of a Suit of Clothes, Dress Pattern, Buggy, Hack or Wagon, guesses on the number of pieces of Candy and Nuts in a large show case, the contents of which will be counted the FOURTH OK JULY when the nearest guesses will have his or her choice of ■______-____-____________-___-______>*- " M Wdiiii Bit Lis i (tt Soft Two tap id M, or o H Bui Horse. The entire case full of Candy and Nuts will be divided among all the Guessers. We make this offer as a "little pusher" in our Clothing, Dry Goods and Ve hicle departments. Kindly remember in the face of all the uproar now being made, our offer still holds good that we will discount any price made by our competitors 2 per cent. üßsr COFFIN BROS WH- ALE Plain Figures. %__T ***MmW I ■ I I ■#! M^^V#B RETAIL. AHTANUM. April fools were sailing in the air last j week. Miss Minnie Kllis was a town visitor Sunday. Miss Myrtle Mmisfisld returned Satur day f...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 7 April 1898

8 iiipws Brief Hits of -Jews Gathered Prom Yitiiniis Sources. ITIOONH -\l> IMPI'USOWI. ". cws Is Something That Is Wot Ccncrall) Known, and Hen Headers of 'Thi' Her ali** Will tind Several Col limns of It. 11. C. Buntnicy is in Wetinbi.ee. \l, kin Is 1.1 ihirtaatThomaa'. iltf .VI si reels lend So Mrs. fury's inilli nery. ■i. C. Wall i' ■ is >p n ting the week in Portland. C. M. D -h nig has sold oui an 1 lefl fm the • :. -I \ .a I,u en i. Price ol rabinets cal In two right now st Co iniba *. Bi i ana. 1 'if Mrs Alfred Sin lair ia visiting relatives iv raciim i. « bii ■ I ■ ber old horn ■• We have in so gar en -■ els In bulk and pai -i * X insej i^ I 'a, '<■ I i ibinel pi ibis *l "i i per dozen unl i! fiirth- r noiici al In mihe .* Brj m's. Conn . ck. H'l i hi i i, . •.:.-. i: el, I -■ ilil . Wit " .. I r I. - i ilil Wile I i-* _ .ul. Mrs lainesCran is vi i er daugh' ter al I' i-'* ', an I Mr. 1 rme is in Thi in i, where tli I mat Im ate, Mr-. II Wn Ie an i daughter lefl Sun...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 7 April 1898

IHI COUNTY \\h.il Is doing on in the Neighhorinn, Towns nnd Villages. BIIBF PEKSONAI. Nl.\\S NOTES Paracraphs of a Social and Gossipy Mature. Written Especially for "The Herald" Readers fey Up to Date Correspondents. r* FORT SIMCOE. Deputy Marshal Dill-Y returned to Yakiina Sdturdrtv*. Mrs. Nicboll is villtisg frit mis in Yak imii this week. .*._•< ir Lynch leaves tomorrow Toea* day fur Bpokanc. Pay day la over ami Kurt Sinif.it' Im. returned from town. March rame ill as a lambi Man li marched out as a sheep. Mrs. A lire Gatlln ami Mrs. Ragbag re turned from Yakima Monday. Kimer Knigbtlingafi ttie popalar lailies' man, returned from Yakima .Sumlay. Mr. and Mrs. (iilman returned from Yakima Sunday, reporting a pleasant trip. Waller Charley has tendered Ins resit; nation aa teamster. Fred Colfax is his successor. Johnny (teorge is fast recovering from the injury he sustained some time ago by breaking his leg. The Fort was well represented in Yak ima lust week—pay day feeds the purs...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 7 April 1898

10 IN I 111 ARENA \\hat i> (iolni| on Diiih nf Interest to All Our People. NiaCELUXCOVS SEWS rotes Item- ot Personal and Local Mention Put Into CuniSf nsf i Form for "The Herald's" Busy Readers. Sulphur at the Yakima Hardware Co. Finest line of Millinery in the city at The Wonder, l-'tl Mr. Cory ami family are vieitiog in Tam-iico thia week. Prices on ilry goods have heen cut in two al McCieary's. MM K. .1. Jm-Kar uf /.illah was among Tiik Hi ihih'm viaitora last week. An K'lisuii iniiiiengiapl. for sale at a bargain. Address hoi .MS. 1-tf Heady made dresaskirts at anrpriaing lv low pricee at The Wonder. 1-tf Dick Caae won hia fight in Chicago a tew diys ago. He haa never loet a hattie yet. Yon will tinii the largt-t assortment of nil- 1 ii" 'la in Ihe city at the Yakima 11 an I ware Co'e. I*o-2 .1. A. Orchard dropped in on us Wed nesday. Hi 1 is a atanch friend of reform in Yakima county. Cihiiiilin & Bryan reqoeet ctutoraera hn\ 'ou' plcturea to gel them by nest Mon day hk ...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 14 April 1898

The Yakima Herald. VOL. X, YAKIMA HARDWARE CO. 3 Always in tlie Hiead ! I j THIS TIME IT IS ITS ? I Fishing Tackle! j L 6 And our stock contains a full assortment 9 '( of all the LATEST and BEST Tackle. i < ! I r^^-- SOME SPECIAL . i M§T BARGAINS IN "SSI I \ a BAMBOO POLES! M \ 1 1 \ _ I Be sure to get one before they are gone and remember if I I B * you want the best qualiti.** at the lowest fl>i*i<*< k* I ' . on anything in _T_*__ii__: T;ukh\ call on i * * YAKIMA HARDWARE CO. The BEST | Seeds are the cheapest BEFORE BUYING IN BPECT OUR Alfalfa, Timothy,! and Clover Seeds. We Bleu have cleam I Seed Wheat, Oats and Barley . . . Fi'iil til' nil kiwis at liimi'st I'licis. NORTH YAKIMA MILL CO. Opp. I'OSTOKFHI*. Satnrclay, March 191), BEARD OPENIKG OK TIIK Chicago Dry Goods Store, THE LEADER IN LOW PRICES! Everrtblni sold at great Bargains. It caata yon nothing to come and see the quality of goods. Clark's O. N. T., 7 spools for L'.'iC. Overalls, heavy grade, eOe. Cashmeres...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 14 April 1898

2 Three thousand rolls new Wall Paper just received. L<ast consignment of onr immense spring stock. Jjfljjf j & ftfa flltl CIQW. I LARGEST miiftl Special Trains and Other Arranne ments to \-iiimmndiitc Visitors. THU PAW (.Kill \I)S IMPROVED The Track Is In Splenild Coalition for This Season of the Year, anl Quite a (number of Horses Are Al ready in Training Ilr. T. 15. liiinn, secretary of Ihe State Fair Association, is nn a triplo the Sound cities in the intereet of the state fair In talking with B reporter of the Tacoma Ledger a few day a ago, be said : "The attendance at the fair this voir will be tire largest In tbe history of the (air. Preparation! for the accommoda tion ol Ihe crowd are well under way, and the plans of the .'air Association in j elude special tr.iins run from all Sound j eitleaand the largest polnta In eastern I Waahington. Special daya will be eel aside aa heretofore to be recognised aa that on Which some town is to be feat un "I, and every npp irtnnil...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 14 April 1898

JAMES 111 LIS Crosses Swords with Cnni|.essmiin .lolinsnn, who QppOSCS \.;tr. THP. ri.i:sil)i".\TS OBITUARY Patriots of America Reading Room a Success- Northern Pacific Railway Co. Seeks a New Right of Way In the Selsh Valley. Lewis of Washington and Johnson of Indiana had a little tilt iv Congress a few days ago in which our representative came out far in the leal. lis Said, in part : "Mr. Chairman, having had during my past services in the House nothing appirently but the kindest and mist co irte .iii associations with the gentle man from Indiana, I was somewhat at a loss to aaderateuii What particular mo tive animated him in his effirt to create an excitation of the risibilities of this House by making me tbe special subject of his most eUstic, re,verb«rating and perplexing rem irks. | Applause.) "Tne gentleman took occasion to ob serve that if one desired to come to the rescue of Cuba, far from appropriating 150,000,000, ba would advise that the gentleman from Washington be enbs...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 14 April 1898

4_ [11l YAKIMA HERALD. UMI.KV A TVKSI BY. Publishers. Piitili-lieil every lliur-'lay, sntMcrlptfoa fl on mt im In inly K'lr, trivertlstiiji rs'es llpi'l. Spl'liCHlliill mum iimu\ -ii.:;; uki.i mm Till ReltA I. APRIL ii, UM, .7/7.' PRESIDENTS MESSAGE. In Ihe I'usi Intelligencer of Seattle, and the Oregnnian of Portland, lbs two leaUing repuliliiian pipers iii Washing* ton ami Oregon, ma fin I a review of the president's message which si perfectly echoes nur sentiment* thst «•■ give copl one extracts from Ihem and give them our I'liilorM'iiH-iit The following is From thel* -I. : "The message "t President McKinley to congress on the subj it of Cuba is dis sppoiuting to all persons who expected a conspicuous diaplav ol rlelermlnation and • practical outcome of the consideration lie may be presumed to have given It. Instead of presenting a policy of action and esking the endorsement ol congress, the president submits a carefully pre pared review of Ihe history ol tie conflict between Hpa...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 14 April 1898

THE HEAVIEST RAINS Almost a Foot of Water Has Fallra la an Hoar from < loadbarata. "Rainfall of the I'nited States" is tiie title of a bulletin prepared by Alfred J. Henry, under tin* direction of Willis L. Moore, chief of the weather bureau. The report has this to .say concerning cloudbursts: "*Tbe most violent rains, and at the name time those of which least is known, are the so-called cloud hursts of the mountainous and arid regions' of the west. These storms ure not con fined to any particular state, or re gion, but may occur in mountainous localities throughout the entire terri tory bounded by the Hritish posses SJOM on the north, the Mexican Isirde.r on the south, the foothills of the Book let on the east and the Sierras on the west. "In the true cloudburst the rain seems to pour down rather than fall, In drops. It often happens thut thej downpour ocvurs over narrow basins »>r on mountain slopes whose outlets un- canyons or gorges leading to a val-I ley or plain Im-low. ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 14 April 1898

6 No deception practiced. No »H*o toward. ASK YOUR DRUGGIST for a generous 10 CENT TRIAL SIZE. Elys Cream Balm i "Stains oo cocaine, mur urj nor aiijr oilier in jurious ilrni;. It ..;..■,, nml Husnsex the Nassl FtfMm Allsys Ism ami Inflammation. Ilesl* sua Protect! the M«nrir__- Restores ttie Sensrs of Tsste ami Smell. Is quirkiy alisorli.il. Givrs Hegel nt once. .'.» its. Nt Druggists or hv niml Trial Sj„ nirts st nniceisis or by mail. ELI into 111 Kits, M Warren Street, New York rvii;vriii\i: IEIT Ml T.WI. THE RICHELIEU RESTAURANT I'rhiiti* Bom lur LaOn nml Fuinili Parties Mi: *.!>. *... AM" vi CENTS. All tin ilelicicif'M of Ihe hchsoii nn mi ra'iles. (all mnl wee ns. <.->■< i \i. hum ion s.i\ i.. it BALL nil I'lllll BINMI lis. —- ——*— THK IIIUIIIIKI IIISTIII.'WI GROVES / rii,. •*** CfM j-rvrr A*-** m~*.. ' ifijJlj - '■**• TASTELEEiB i U. 1 ■ JSI M MS MS IM fin ilil Mnl? HsV -*_. TONIC IS JUST AS COOD FOR ADULTS. WARRANTED. PRICE 50 cts. <iAt MI \. Il 1 s., Nov. Hi,...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 14 April 1898

CLOTMINGJ-! CLOTHING! CLOTHING! We Have Gone and Done It on all Lots of Clothing. $0.00 Nulls, $3.50 . . . $7.50 Salts, SJ.TfI .... 810.00 Suits, $0.00. This is the chance of a life time to get a good Suit at what they cost Storekeepers. We have got to make room for our new Spring Clothing, so make this sweeping reduction on odd lots to move them. You get 3 guesses on the show case of Candy with every Suit. A" —* sag. 1*»"" mgm coffin Bitot*. iiipw. Brief Hits of News fathered Pro** Viiiiuiis Sources. PBR9OXAL AM) I.Mri'KSOYU. "News" Js SomttlUnc That Is Not Generally Known, anl Here Readers of "The Her ald" Will Find Several Col umns of It. The Kxtra Five at Nsgler's. tf Best butter on earth at Mi Cleary's. Col. l'rosser left for the Sound Wednes day. No use lo advertise. KeSOS . work is doing that. 18 tf. Big cut in dry goods a' McCieary's. ti. S. Uankin is in Kllenehiirg this week. lir. Frank has been elected County Health Officer. (ieorge Stephenson was in Kllensburg a few days ...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 14 April 1898

s I .HIE 111 A Well Aimed Btew I'mler the U;ir Mink* Him St.ii|i|cr In tin.* Willi. YI.KY WORTHY VIGILANCE Souol to the Murder of B.'ns.m. on tho Yak - ma Rcsevrvation A'SurpriseJlTramp The Schiiii BoarJ II .Its a Meeting. A clean-up to ik place in the high School a few ihivs a_o and am ing other treasures a "young Klondike" was discov ered, I' had red and yell i* covers, the outside showing s party of young folks traveling with sleds over a winding road between snuw clad hills, evidently bound for D.wimn, with the following Inscrip tion below: "An early start was made up the mountain to the summit of Chll kat |iass. Ned and Hick pulled the sled, Edith walking beside it with th * Un known. " It was aliout as trashy a novel as one often sees bul not quite SO hai is another one that was unearthed among the pnpi's entitled "The Heart of X willj see or Phil's Raid Into the Baemy'a Strong hold " Thia specimen had a frontispiece rep resetititii! a young nrinv officer with drawn sword enga...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 14 April 1898

11111 COUNTY ..hut Is (iuint| nn in the Netghtofiig Towns and Villages. brief it:kso\al M'.KS NOTES Psrstrspbs of s Social sad Gossipy . sturc. Written Especially for "The Herald" Readers by Up-to-Date FORT SIMCOE. Apple blossoms have come attain. Mrs. McCaw will visit Yakima Satur day. Msj. Jay Lynch returned frum Spokane today. C. H. Harris of Yakima is visiting Rev. ami Mrs. Helm. Baby Asburv bas a handsome new carriage direct from Chicago. Mr. Etubree and daughter have re turned from a brief trip to Yakima. New siinlioniieta are the latest at the Fort lor lawn tennis nnd croquet. 11l sirs. Lewis and Stein arc progress ing rapidly with the work on the agency buildings. Hurt I'arton of Toppenieli is visiting relatives, Mrs. Stalen and little daughter, nf the Fort. Baby Anbury, six monthf of age, cele brated Easter service by wearing his first short dress. Mr. and Mrs. (iiluian and Mrs. Jay Lynch report success and a delightful time on their fishing and game expedi tion of recent d...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 14 April 1898

10 i I UDGH. INfl \\h;it is (initio, nn Mil of Interest to All Our People. MISCKLLAXKOI/S Ni-\\S NOTES Items of Personal anil Local Mention Put Into Condense! Form for "The Herald's" Busy Readers. Hop Uine at Wallace .. Coburn's. K. T. Allen went over to Seattle Tues day. Finest line of Millinery in the city at The Wonder. 1-tl Mra. Ale* Sinclair left for the Sound Thursday. Prices on dry goods have been cut In tw.. at McCieary's. l-'t flu Misses Washburn have been visit in.; in Vukuna City. McCieary's Spider Leg Tea at 35c is sold everywhere for ."itlit. lo 4t Planet Jr. bop end orchard cultivators at Wallace & Coburn's. Hey. Hamilton Hartlett was a Spokane visitor for a day or two Ibis week. If you want to see the newest things in shoes, call on Tho nas. Iltf Ray. Ho ittie Hud Rev. Allen are attend-1 ing a im cling if Presbytery al Seattle. Looking f„r he stun*' See McClesry's| 85c Japan tea. Regular price 50c. 10-41 Fred Phillips, the Mabton butcher, haa been looking f'r fut ...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 21 April 1898

The Yakima Herald. VOL. X, j THERE'S A HOT TIME COMING, 1 Q And you will need to P o M^k** r _^ m^ -mi*****. k^^\ *e*mA a*r m-Aa. ~1 Then investigate our line of * xS_a_.v3v> (J \^CJvjA« SUMMER GOODS •> 1 GARDEN HOSE IBoth Cotton and Rubber, in all grades. ** A good, durable hose at 8c per foot, n Better grades in proportion. ** j* j* j* p Lawn Sprinklers and Nozzles. I ! JEWEL GASOLINE STOVES, \ WICKLESS BLUE FLAME OIL STOVES, \ the latest and best in Oil Stoves. h Mini Rtirpim r.t££«*»* LftWN MOWERS ".-. 'u-'wh,,: LEMON SQUEEZERS, ICE CHISELS, Etc. i; I * a* You will always find us LEADERS in Assortment, Quality and Price. ** - * Mil HARDWARE CO. ■L A^A-aIA-mL -,-l*i*X.*l*^*.____ l__w'*__L*__^ The BEST Seeds are the cheapest BEFORE BUYING IN si'EOT otiK Alfalfa, Timothy, and Clover Seeis. I We also havt* cleaned . .. Seed Wheat, Oats and Barley . . . hei o. all kiwis at Limcst Prices. NORTH YAKIMA MILL CO. o|.p. POSTOFIHK. Satorflay, Murch l.t_, GRAND OPENING OF THE Chicago ...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 21 April 1898

2 Three thousand rolls new Wall Paper just received. _Last consignment of our immense spring stock. LOll^ k 1 „I_| FlltM. ClMl mil p « The Yiikiinii Inu'tstmcnt Cniii|i<iny i Title Perfect. — A I'.USI, RETORT CORRECTED] The Development of the Sunnyside Country Assured by Arranietnent With the M. P. Co. The Superior Court Proceedings. Joseph S. Allen, receiver of the Yak ima investment Company, was asked to day : 'Have you snytbing to say about the petition ol Sunnyside people, pub lished in the last issue of the Republic? "I have sent a communication to ttiat paper for publication silting out what I think should he better known, and I would be gliul to say the same thing to the readers of Tiik Ilntsin. 'The petition unexplained is calculat ed to do harm. I think people have un intentionally given their aid to a move ment calculated to injure this country. However. I am sure no permanent injury ' will result. 1 have great sympathy lor the people of Siinnystd". In many re- ! Specta...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 21 April 1898

PiISIISf. Brief Hits of News Gathered Prom Viiriuiis Sources. PERSONAL AM) IMI'I-KSONAL "News" Is Something That Is Not Generally Knows, and Here Resders of "The Her aid" Will Find Several Col umns of It. Joe Ditter retnrn»d home Friday night. Fresh oranges and lemons at Kinsey'a. Try Wilson's bacon, just received. 14-tf William Shearer ia back from Klicki tat county. Mrs. John Wiley returned from her eastern trip Friday night. Hose and hoes at the Yakima Hard ware Co. 14-_t John Dillon was over in the Bickleton country last week. You can buy fishing tackle right at the Yakiina Hardware Co.'s. 14-2t J. K. Schwartze was over in Golden dale last week. Horse and delivery wagon lor sale cheap. See McCleary. A. 11. McGuire was a Yakiina visitor during the week. Fresh invoice ol lemons, oranges and cocosnuts just received at Wilson's. 14-tf John Sandmyer, of St. James, Minn., is visiting his nephews in North Yakima. B. B. A. sheep shears at the Yakima Hardware Co.'s. 14 _l Mra. George Wri...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 21 April 1898

4 Ilil YAKIMA HERALD. IIMI _*_ .*. Tt'KSI.EY. I'nt.lisln'rs. Pabllstiad every TtiiirsiU) . sntisrrl|»tiiin lion pat iciir In s-I\hii.-i- \iln-r'i»iiiß rates llliiill «Ji|illi Utlilll. oh it ill. hmii. run; .\kl. l loi Ml Till RSIi.l). APRIL SI, 189S, voir Em: icr/i'X. Unrh valuable time has been spent in talk in the halls of congress, but it has not been wasted. The rsal purposes ol the two contending forces sre now much better nml rstood, md Ihe real differ snees were found to not be so great s? was thought, Tli" Cuban resolutions as agreed upon through conference is quite satiafachm and mppts thp approval of the American people. The great issue was Cuban independence snd the speed] •nin mr ion of Cuba hy the Spanish srin) ami navy The senate resolution mors pearly met iin* views ol tha people on several points than did tha' of the house, snd wilh the except inn of recognition of the present government ol the republic nf i ii nn was ull adopted. Whiie we think the striking . vi of ...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 21 April 1898

CLOTHING! CLOTHING! CLOTHING! We Have Gone and Done It on all Lots of Clothing. SO.OO Soils, 5:i..10 . . . ;$*.,10 Salts, £1.7.1 .... $10.00 Nulls SO.OO. This is the chance of a life time to get a good Suit at what they cost Storekeepers. We have got to make room for our new Spring Clothing, so make this sweeping reduction on odd lots to move them. You get 3 guesses on the show case of Candy with every Suit. All «««..« ggrkei COFFIN BROS. SCIENCE AND INDUSTRY. The average length of life is ;S1 years. It ia impossible to run at an alti tude of 1 T.iitiO feet above the sea. All the land above aea level would not fill up mure than une-third of the At lantic ocean. Then' are 110 mountains in Colorado whose peaks are over 12,000 feet above the ocean level. The highest waterfall in the world is Cholock cascade, at Yosemite, Cal., which is 2,0:i4 feet high, or just half a mile. An elephant is possessed of such a delicate sense of smell that it can scent a human being at v distance of a tho...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 21 April 1898

6 lISONIiII All Weil nnd Ma| \\tll--Tcn Dol- lars Per Dm. THEY ADVISE XOBODT TO COMB Letters Receive*! From Will Bounds. Fred Jungst. Dick McDanlcls. Tony Kroter Mor ford Will Have $100,000 City Coun ell Meeting Other News Notes. Frci Jungst. Under date of March 8, Fred Jungst writes tn Harry Mall, sending the letter oat by the Thorp boys. He tells of hie trip ttown Irool l'ellv river, which oecu pie I seventeen dsys M account of the age and slowness of two of the three FrenebiiKii that ai-coiniianied him. On the way ilown they had to fry their frozen bread in grease in order to thaw it out, but it weut good with bucun and coffee. He did aome prospecting with Tony Krober, about 24 miles above Dawson, but is now working with I'ete Norby on claim 11 on the Kldorado, which is one of the fines* claims tliere and where he aces lots of gold every day. They are working to make sure their grubstake for next winter and will not stay in unless they ran do this. They earn $ltl per day. He dltc...

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