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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 16 June 1898

SHIPLOADS OF BULPHUB. r | A Commercial Commodity That Cornea from Sicily. Mrln ■ Slnllall.-s Htn.« ll.nl thr I nil.-,I Stlltr*. It.-.-.-Is .-is Mora* l»l Ihr ilni'-ri- i 'I'l,nn In, nil,, r I iiniilry. Alfred S. Muieoii.M.ui Ini', published an Interesting at—uauvui valve, in whiih the world M eoii ,i.in,, lion oi Oi'i.i..-lone is, shown Im ;,,,., jri.is, I Ins , oioiiii I'cial commodity 14 ul '. e.*l inqiMi Liltce ,n nittlij i < „0,-.,,.-. io , i fIICI i.i ,-, h.., l lie ..... ' . ,i o .. .. .. .. kllov.il 111 Oil.- ill, ss ell Cl ■ i lons „i i.c I.i the i „,,. ii , .-ii i,; I'll „ inn. mi. yiar biiiil't ilc , iqi „ * ii v.., - ■ yon „, _ , r, i :, „iiiiiii clues ' m iiaivclj from ,i, .._,. i.nii luiigivui i\i ...I. ... ihe port „, , ai, i ,00, t, is ■ i in bUIK '■„. I'Olli, ililO MH'i-.M, Im I ■ . . , .. • ill io. *, like pieces iv look jm ■ .- . .> the SI. ■ "I I nosi' U ,11. li fll'e I. „ n „., 1.1..1- , ii. ii,ri .. ... It is a OiillgTH^, a,ui ... lli.il In n mi mlh yi'ilo...

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. — 16 June 1898

A__ HIE YAKIMA HERALD. Ball BY ,s ii i-ikv. Pnhlh-t-cr l . rii ever i mnda) . swlss rlptlon «i i» I" r ..-ai ... hI- urn c Advertising rates lII'Mll «I>|'lil HflOll •FFictiL mw p.ipei mm n.nrv TUURSD 1 1, JUNE i.. 1198, A CASE OF INCOMPETENCY. ~~~ i All this delay in equipping 125,1100 men ' for active service fl i.i*-. no ,tro»] from I Ihe people against the president, bul old veterani can'l helping wishing » Stanton in the secretsry ot war offi — lor a few ■nr.iitlih iii plane ol the nlncompo ip urn holding tii«t position. !• is nsi le-s to plead anpreparedneM to tde American |ieo|ile. Transportation ami convoys ■afficienl to take more than ioimi troops to Santiago has been at Key West for a «eek, while thst nninv of onr regular sriny fully prepared for sny cam puign be there awaiting tlie order tn Start. At I iiiHiif HiiHiiio a few hundred marines sre holding a Inrg" S|iaiii*i|i army In check by desperate fighting nighi and day. Thai Secretary Alger Islncom*] petent to fill in...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 16 June 1898

REIIISIISiS \\hilt is (iiiini| on D.iih of Interest tv All 0m IVuplc. — misci;m.am;ois m-ks miti-s Items of Personal anil Local Mention Put Into Condensed Form for "The Herald's" Busy Readers. Try a gallon of Wilson's pii kles. Claude llriggs is doing business iv Fl lensburg this wei k. Key. and Mrs. liolton of Toppenish wer» in the city Tuesday. Pure cider vinegar at Kinney's. L'l-tf B. Iv I'arton and family of Toppenish spent Tiipsday in Yakima. Deputy Marsha] Dilley and A. N. Short arp iv Seattle this wet k You can huy a lirst class broom at Kill sey's for 85 cents I*l -tf Mins Lucy Nichols is the guest of Mrs. Cleman on the Wenas thin week. Editor Sperry ol thee Republic is bom again after a trip to Waahington, I>. C. Cottage for rent. A pleasant location. Apply to Dr. Kosser. 21-tf Uet prices on large quantities of Ilaker or Qltdden wire of Ooffla Bros. Another car load on the way. .1. XV. Peck came over Irom Tacoma Friday and visited his family on bis Moxee ranch over Sunda...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 16 June 1898

r> fi ill CONIROVERSY fricndli. Contcsl Ikttvcca tin "I r.- (]nill\ ;iml liiulU." THI J KIONA SCHOOL BIECTIOS l.awjrr frosts Chinook linattr-uan .1 The Man Who Loves His Cnuntr> Hew fJitors Do ll In f Hot Tunn in Kiona. Kkixa, Jane 13, Ihws. Editor Hebalb: An Interesting school •lection aaa held here on the llth inst. tit which a good deal ol partisan feeling •a si displayed Al all previous scho.l elections held here there has been v very _l:in attendance, and Ihe women have never availed themselves ol tie' ballot, but not ho this time. The poll opened at 1 p. in. sharp, and there was already quite a crowd leathered; mid Irom the tjuiet whispers ninl ronaultationi it was •vident something nnnsual wai al>..nt to happen. On inqnirj *• learned that a achool trustee and clerk Mere to be •(acted. lii U p-i'viiiiin article In Tiik Hkr.m.i), I written by "A Private," mention waa til ade ol two Im'i'HiM. Un !■ r tln> i iiplin- | •ni'inisi title nl tin- "XI ally ami tli" Un j god...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 16 June 1898

IT BKATS 111 X KLONDIKE. Part of British Colui.ibia Whoro Oold and Oiuin Abound. A Heslon That liinl.ilnt illcli He. asnrils for Hie laiil.Ti r-*lm h Gold Una li. .o I Taken nut. Lying between the Yukon basin nnd Cariboo is a vast, untrodden region, which offers tempting reward fm thor ough exploration. The territory is ■ continuation of that great gold-bearing belt of which California, Colorado, Se* \iiihi. Kootenay, Cariboo and the Yu* kon an- sections. i The riches nf Cariboo were long ago unlocked to the world, nnd soon pros peetnrs will have overrun ex cry -art of the l ntis Yukon, but the wild moun tain fastnesses of this unexplored tor i-it..!*', inn" sn far resisted the white 11-.jlti*-.'< iitt.ni. c. iilnl tin' (.rent una stretehilis between latitudes -'.1 ninl ."iS mnl extending from the Itwky moun tains nn i :,■• i;i.-i to 128 west longitude, i-. • :rn im ■■ nitn • •-' • i ■ ■.• he Yukon, IYi.ce i it nnd Ihe l.hind, 1- now n t., be rich In plneer gold, nnd rivers flowl...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 16 June 1898

8_ i mnnn Milk Pans jIM-WIG * jEiSrKeiius Cun you afford to he without this class of goods when they ran be had at the following prices t Two niisrt mllkpan tHifi No. M Sauce pan ... 3.V r,m, hm . joe N„. m, same inn Me sj x " " 'j/.c Twoi|iisii eevsradaaaea pan 39e len ijiisi-I .lialipiill US No I*. 'V|U»rt preserve kcllle . JOC Fourteen nusrt liislipan .■ie Nn. JO preserve kettle 2SC Seventeen ijiiart illshjian »Se No. 33 preserve kettle .. :tOe No. IA Sauce pan IBe No. J4 j,reserve kettle Kle so 'm^u,'!",'.-!i'""," m" ■ "'<■ s "-"'" rr***au "'•• 5... 22 sHtiee pan . . ""r Nu H preserve kettle lie E. M. HARRIS, Grocer, First St. II I 101 lift Brief Kit-* ol Xews liatlicrcd Prom Varlonn Sogrecs. PERSONAL *M> IMPERSONAL "News'' Is Something That Is Not Generally Known. anJ Here Readers of "The Her ali" Will FinJ Several Col umns of It. Step in and try Wilson's ice cream. 20 C 11. Keeii, of Belvldere, 111., is a re-• (■cut iirrivni in Yakima. First class brick at tiarrett Urns....

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 23 June 1898

The Yakima Herald. vol. x, I^dg^fe*. IT ""■* /^Klb. T no rl o te_K_»ra^\ I au> "^*^% _r^^^^_ __k_^^_P I 1 *•_•* V^^"^b ——————— ____^^_c I vl^WvSsy 4."U -. TT 7"a-\-wl /-I wofr]fl_>&^ <fgjjj^tJi6 w oriQ <s|ggps» THE DEERE IDEAL BIER. Perfect -.—^ > Roller and _* in .** „_, -f*-* * .a^j-^. Ball Construction J? ~^ q , „*<ffSßßdl(E_' Bearings Operation " a^j-oB $- ytm\\^.^£^' { -*'*»-. ** -* Wear. I They Have More Real Impyeart Tlaa Aay Otter Machine Mafle. I /4m*W&\ < /^S_fe\ I iW*mWi& call and plf^Pli 3 v^fem* SEE THEM- Wmsu i <9%%__tiW *** Sl. Paid ii Tana Her Cum, NORTH YAKIMA, PROSSER AND TOPPENISH. We carry a most complete stock of A*^ *L—\ _r _r 4t _r _r_r_r_r_r_r_r_r_r _L _r 'Ar mr Ar _&* _r _r _r _r *_r Br Ar 49 *^^^^^^V^^.^yrs..^.^.^\^™.^^.iV.^^.<*A.^^./TV.T^.^K^»i^^s^\.^ r*c\.'*K,7^..rm\r^m\,}Ty.Bf' 1 LUMBER I **_•*» >_,WWW^"ifr _'WW_' _fAfe^fe'tf^'tf'ifc^W-'W-i^Wifc'W'-w fl*. ■ml mt ■515 TO TO to TO TO TO to TO TC *TO TO TOj"TO '...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 23 June 1898

2 You may WTJIU \\IKP[M TT APF PADT (ID BTIPPY this fall. If so, let Want a lEW WilLjUlM, IliibJV, bAfU Ull DUljljl us figure with you. Oar competitors may tall J*Oo that our wagons, hacks, etc., an inferior to other makes. Don't you believe it. Ours are positive! f the heat nnd mout durahle made, and we can prove it. Because we can sell them at a lower price than our compel itors is no sign that they are inferior. We can af ford to sell them cheaper. We pay spot cash for them hv the csrload, amounting to llfiOO or tr-MOn. In this way we save 10 per cent over those who liny on Ion*; time and pay for them aa they sell them. We reiterate, guarantee Bn'l prove, that FISH 11KOS.'are the liest vehicles made. We use only thoroughly air-dried timber ol the very best qual ity, using white oak and rock elm for holsters ami haw ns, white oak reaches, and white oak and white ash |*oles, whichever we can procure to the hem a I vantage. Our axlea are maile ol Ihe very best selected Our Third Or ...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 23 June 1898

I.IIEIIIIW (uiuiiil Mill*, 1i..,ii.! to Oiiihlow Ireland'* 1 lii<| Wind. itlt.lT UW\ TEXXI9 EXPERTS •' Th' Gln'ral Arrives Fully Prepared fr ih' Bloody Wurruk of War Received With Wild Cheers of 8.000. 000 <?i Soldiers. "Well," Mr. Ilennessy asked, "ho* goes th' war?'' "Splinded, I'ank vp," s.iid Mr. Dooley. i "Kinp; tine. It makes hip hpar-rt throb j w uth pride thai I'm adtlaen iv the sixth wa-ard." "Has th' ar rmy started i'r Cuba yt-t'."' "Wsn ar-rmy, says yp? Twinty! Las' Chnosilab an advance arruiy iv wan hundhred and twintv thousan' men land pit Ir'm Ih' linssie, w iih tin thousand cannons hurlin' projick-tyles wpighin' eight hiiiiilriif.l poiuiils, si poteen ii.i,..- Wiiliiesdah night a sprond ar rmy ay in jineers, miners, plumbers and lawn tPn ins expprts, iiuiiiberin' in all four turn dhrpil an' eighty thousaiid uiPn, ar-ruien with dpath dpalin' canned g Is, wai' harried to Havana to storm th' city Tbursilali mornin' three thousand full ' riginipnts iv r-rongh r ride...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 23 June 1898

1 WW- YAKIMA HERALD. run ky \ rt-E*t t\ P „,,|i . I i ir*da] anbai ri| Hon 11 '*' •, r\. i- ■ ..i nn..- Idverl I sing rate* ni.,i application, OKKlilil, FDMN fIPEI Hkll\ <UIUV THURSDAY, JUNK . 1898, TRUE POPULISM. Bvere state and territory ol the United Sates has within Its borders lame num bers of populists, some reaching even to a majority; while iv every civili/.-d na tion on earth they are brand In greater or hsser numbers, organised and unorgan ised. Wedo not mean that ihey are nl ways known by that name, but they me men who believe ttint the true progrt-e of the world can only be made by put* ting into practical effect the economic principles M true populism. The revs n why their growth in numbers is slow is not because their principles nre wrong, for every one tbey advocate is already in practical operation in some civilised country, and wherever tried is proven lo he benelicial; and instead ol a dispoal tion to put it aside to go back to old methods, others are being brou...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 23 June 1898

iiiiiraps trimti is (inini| un D.iil, ot Inkiest tv All Urn People. >.isit.li.am-.oi s m:\vs XOTUS Hems of Personal and Local Mention Put Into Condensed Form for "The Heralds'' Busy Readers. Try a gallon of Wilson's pi. kles. Mr. Nye Taggard expect! to leave to night for Seattle to remain. Mrs. Cary is selling all patterns and nice hats at half price. 98 bate at Mi *.*> hats at $SM. Jack Mi Nelf this week purchased lid hales of hops of .las. liiggam, at <i cents He also shipped 10 bales (or Dr. Arm strong on consignment. You can buy a first-class broom at Kin sey's for 27, ceuts. Jill Forty-five little girls who ride bicycles are wanted to report to Fretl Miller, who will assign them a part iv the bicycle pa rade on the Fourth. Cottage for rent. A pleasant location. Apply to Dr. Bo—r, 81-tl The ladies of the emergency corps ap- I".uite.l to solicit towels for the soldier boy*, report having received 318, which ' have lieen forwarded to the Washington hoys at San Francisco. ...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 23 June 1898

6 1 REVENUE MEASURE Ten Cents .t I'onntl on Tea and the Is.il.mhi. All Internal. KENT.NI i: STAMI*S I OK IXCO.HE Barters, Broker*. Bowling Alley mi Biitiarj I.itii- Keepers Donai nns TotSCtOSBd Cie arcttes Contritulc Stainr.-. Reauired on Nous. Bins, Mi-lklM, Etc . EIC The following i*. a brief lynopail ii the d*w war revenue la**. «* it affect* loch articles of merchandise nr business trans actions iii'-.it likely to be uf Inter**! to readers of Tin HIM w n Tax of *"_* on all beer exports and siini ar fermented liquor* for every barrel COO* tuining not more than 31 gallons; ami at a like rate for any other quantity or frac tional part of a barrel. Special tax.>s (rom July I.—Bankers employing a capital not to exceed t-J'i, --000. |60; employing* capital exceeding $25,000, for every additional 11000, |2; mirplus Included as capital Having* banks having no capital stock and whose business is confined t i receiving deposit* nnd loaning or investing the same for the tinnerit of thei...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 23 June 1898

THEBTOBYOFANUOOET. A Hugo Lump of Gold That Waa Found ln North Carolina. I hrooath the Treacher) ol Two Min ers It Waa the I uuae of Three Vlur.l. rs— I';,.■ *. . lira. ,1 f Greed for Gold. Long before gold was discovered in California there were both jilnccr and ',uartz mining in N'ortb Carolina and northern tit-orgin, aud the I hattahoo i hce river bed is yet worked by steam dredges for float and placer fold, while i dozen new plants- have been creeled in Siin-ikiii. Hale, Harrison, C heiokec and other counties of North Carolina since the Atlanta exposition. This rev tved ct lention to nn old gold field lends In* tenst to n story told by E. E. Harms, of Vntes county, X, Y. "finme years npo," said Mr. Hartics, "I rend in v newspaper something which recalled to me a visit I had inndc to Cherokee county, N. ('., 4H years npo. This newspapi r Becoiint was to Hie ef fect that the director of the Phila delphia mint was anxious to timl .111 owner for gold minted from a nugget weighing IW...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 23 June 1898

8 JI UllllU ff 111 U Proving sKettles5 Kettles Can you afford to be without this class of goods when they ran bo had at the following prices ? T-.nijiiiirliiillkf.au .. .. l-'jC Ro. 24 laoes pan . . . US Pour " " *0c No 0 Same pun icie Sii .... _a- Two i>uart covered MaHce pal■ is? Ten 'plan .lialipmi 4> go. IS, iM quart preserve kettle . Xc Fourteen qesit dtsepaa Me Ho.»preserve kettis Seventeen ijuart dlstipan fi-ie Sn. n preserve kettle SOC No ir. Saucepan IV Nn. JI preserve kettle Hoc I. *"'*''**" . •: Ko.ap-asnrsk.tU. No. •*■' Sauce pan '".- No '-'** preserve kettle IV E. M. HARRIS, Grocer, First St. in i p m Brief ISif^ of Stwa (I'lthmd Prom Y'liiiiiis Sources. I'KKSONAI. AM) IMPERSONAL] ' News' Is Somrthlni Thst Is Not Generally Known, snd Here Readers of "The Her aid" Will Find Several Col iimns of It. Step in and try Wilson's Ice cream. 80 P. K. Harris of I'rosser was in the city over Sundsy. Keene wants your watch and clock work. fl A. M. Bunnell ol Ooldendale, Sunda...

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. — 30 June 1898

The Yakima Herald. vol. x, I A-itmffibb. 'T "^ /^*T%\ 1 THE DEERING IDEAL BINDER. 43 Perfect rmm mS% * > , Roller and fl> % m* \xx ** ■•*-»" "^\__ Ball F Construction xT _ ___ _^S3M^Cfl3 Bearings Ejj « Operation **»e*^ t_r-• . ii^-.^^ ' '-.*♦.. J*- -4 Wear, i I Tlicf Hare More Real Iniproraois Than Any other Machine Mi. | *s_D <^^^\ __^__a i_H m mW^mmC a*^ r^?*i o*^Mm\ xßt We* \ L_r i x^L\*m*mm JtMOsi cnn? T'TXTTivr v^v^Vw jQm'T/ £ St. Fail k Tacoma Lumber Cum, NORTH YAKIMA, PROSSER AND TOPPENISH. We carry a most complete stock of A,'i|.M.M^M. 'x_^__'_t'_tf-Wg'__"_ m Mr _r M^ _r t_- at- gt- Mfj- AXr k_- J_rj_r >Kr m? <9\i..B\r*CV,t*t\S*f\.r*f\ rTcX,r*c\,r*r\ r*A.r*r\r9\.e*r< r*f\.r*t\ ./7V*7V»T,_TV^V^vfl\,^\.^V^\ ,.eX\*7\ .r9\./y\.r9\.r*f\f9*' I LUMBER h* jV & _( \m/'mV"mXV\t''mV'mV'\mr\m¥'\mV'mV\mf'mV'^mr<^ __ sBAtBk, ~m\ /***■ *f. 'ft. ■**, ** ~t fO *t ■Tv H» tto ***W** *'W 'W iir 'W fll Ire 'issTsf La Hi, Poslci, Plaster, llsiii% Cemenl, Shingles, Nash, D...

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. — 30 June 1898

2 Clothing. : Clothing. * Clothing*. I Buy a suit of clothes for yourself or hoy today at €OFFIIV 8R0N.% or buy a I v dress pattern, calico, gingham, or any kind, and get some guesses on the show-case * * of candy and nuts. If you come the closest you get your choice of a saddle, set of % f double harness, road cart or bicycle. The entire show-case full of candy will be giv- | | en away to the children. So bring them along and get a sack free. It don't cost | I anything. If you have a guess due you, be sure and get it before the Fourth. « COFFIN IJROTIIERB' BIG STORE. IIS All IN Case of Thic\ini| in Which the Cul prit Is Ciiutjht. MORE VAKIMA HOYS KM. IST A New Skimming Station to Be Established A Charming- Entertainment for Friday Evening A Chanter of News About the State. Pttlt Larceny \V. M. Pridemors was arrested Sat or day night on the charge of pltit larceny He put up at the Bartholet that evening, and the rooms of the house all being oc cupied, be waa given that of the night ...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 30 June 1898

CORPORAL AND PRIVATE -.•/ i'..|i ..si Bra<l) to Private MePlyaa •• Seoob, >err H liM'l Ml ' Nn , tnrn out ■ "'i y«'re bell i- nuhnol- 11. Ye m- , „■ , i , ,_!,, \<• ma. in.l be ..l.linis. Ililt. 1.,-j..l.Mis. ... , „.k ,: ' ' \ ■ 11 I ,\,.' Wat, I\\ ..' Ye monkey fne.-.l .in 11, I'll j..ih jn tbraag**,; Wan—two! Tim-.—mark ' Ye March lii..' Die ataie in i',,|,ltMi i'a'e park." -./ Corporal nra.iy to Private Kenyan "A saint It ml sadden To ilrill x.ii-li a tiuia-' Kyes front' -ya liatioon, ye' < Tiiti up'—ye SOSSOOB, •Bl Ve've jaws like ,i kohl - Hall' >«■ k'aitit" .ivi,,-■ I loos ye! Wsn tWOI Wan two! Va whisker*-.! Brsafl oiiang. I'll tix you' Wan two' '1111,,* — mark ' Ve've exes like a lint; can ye see in the dark"" Ms corporal ltra.lv to Privets Mi'Klyllli "Ye're rlnnre wants padd'n— Sure. man. ye'\ c BO shape' lleliilnl ye ye're shoulders SltiK-k mil like two honlders, Ve're shins 1* as thin At a patrol peabottsrt! Wan—two' Wan -two' Ve're tielly ladon*** t., v'r...

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. — 30 June 1898

1 rilE VAKIMA HERALD. i. *..:.i- v A rt'KSI KY. I . -'i ■ - ! r*tt«3. Mitmrrtfrti v ■ fl . . i . . \-i\ en Luton rati i l „ It) ■pftltf H'l.M. o.:. vi. fusim PAPBI lliill nivrv '< THURSDAY, JUNK 90, tmtt, OUR NATAL DAY. On Monday OeXl mi ore the l'22d birth j day of our t'SiMii. I; will not be the, first natal dsv OS which our national etn'i'eiii bas tl istod ovr a field ot sancninarv buttle, nr bad its bright folds bathed in the bio d of its brave defend- j era, but it is the lirst lime il has i ver re* reived such a baptism in tho holy cause] of disinterested humanity. Many tunes our starry banner bas led the way,win re deeds of valor have been performed. No time has it ever been trailed in the dust by foreign foe. Other tl.igs have been bravely borne to the rescue of friends, or valiantly carried for the crowns of con quest; but to Ibis day bas all history Waited lor a flag to be carried by a people who bare tbeir breasts to the brunt of battle lor tbe freedom nf strangers, wi...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 30 June 1898

'mil Wbat I.i (iuinij mi D.iiU of lltcrettl lo All Our IVopl,'. ..isu;i.u\i;ois \.;\vs xoti-.s Items of Personal snd Local Mention Put Into Condensed Form for "The Herald's" Busy Readers. Try a gallon of Wilson's pi. kles. The youngest eon nf Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Morgan is very ill. You can tiny a first class broom ut Kin sey's for 25 cents. 21 tl You can save money by buying ma chine oil of A. S. Johnson ii Co L't-'f Mrs. A. 11. Tueslev leaves Saturday evening lor a two mouths visit to her son Walter, in Seattle. Tbe salvation army will serve ice cream and rake at their ball all day on the -Ith. Ten cents a dish. Get prices on large quantities of Maker or (Hidden wire of Coflin Bros. Another car load on the way. Prof, (ieorge E. St John is visiting the Bound elites and will remain in that vi cinity during his vacation. Monthly tines amounting to ill were paid to Justice Dam on Tuesday by the! proprietors of bouses of ill repute. Keene has repaired Ibe finest watch in Yakima county an...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 30 June 1898

6 STATE PAIR MiTI-s. Thi nn scion in in rei ■ ipt 'of a letter ir in .1 II • Iren, ol M m, Ah/ ioa, who la ting ni ikin* a One eshibll at ti,.* I ur. I m ladies wlm hsve charge ol the bur ti iral display are energetically per feuting tiie.r plana for a ll oral eshibitloo thai will ss el any thing ever B"en in tbe ftate, The commission baa received a letter fnnii Ci.trieH F. Klweli, vi Cnerry valley. King county, who slates that hs intends mails' an exhibit nt line Stock at ttie fai i hii year, M, II tran, Riversl fe stock farm, We natchee, has expressed bis Intention to the commission ol maning a special ex hibit ol Berkshires and Jerseys. Mr. ;l'irnn ii ii an exceedingly tine collection of tbe abovs bree 1". The musical peoplsol North Yakima, and they are numerous, will bp aaked tn give a grand concert during one of the Jays of tbe fair, pmhably on Yakima day. Tbe concert will be given in tli" main exhibition building. Secretary liiinii haa received a letter fr. im If Blister, mana...

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