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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 1 December 1898

XOKTH YAKIMA AND VICINITY. "The Vienns" is the place for toys snd Christmas curios. Mrs. Phoelie D. Adams is in ths city winding up tbs Adams estste. Xi I" S. Deputy Marshal Sam Vinson is running a sawmill in Stevens county. Rev. U. F. Hswk will presch st Ysk ims City on Sunday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. Frsnk Campbell, from Wslla Walla, is visiting his sisters snd will remsln over the holidays. Men's snd boys' overcoats, Arctic clothing, gum boots snd overshoes of the best quslity, chesp at Coffin Bros. 45-tf. "The Vienna," Mr. and Madame Con olly's populsr bszssr, is filled to reple tion with good things for Christmas presents. Matt Ditter, who haa been here the past two months from Sublimit/, Ore., returned Mondsy evening, much im proved in health. Mrs. Katie I'arminston. aged 42 years, died on Monday at Yakima City of pneu monia. Her friends had no idea the matter wae so serious until the demise. Mrs. A. E. Larson entertained the Ladies' Aid of the M. K. church at her home on th...

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. — 8 December 1898

The Yakima Herald. VOL. X, -Srr_K____S»ra_l____*s_l____SSl_^^ Do You Know THAT WE SELL —II! BUILDING PAPER ill— Red Rosin Paper Light and Heavy Gray Rosin Paper Extra Heavy and Fine Tarred Felt jA and J* Oiled Sheathing. | The BEST qualities for the LEAST money. |WH in Mir tfj"|§! *11 Pl« There's another line in which we shine and that's \ Scrub Brushes Tl Tl TT n TT T] fl Horse Brushes Shoe Brushes X X \H U Floor Brushes Stove Brushes JLIII U UIIJJU Dusting Brushes ] j We have just received a large stock of the finest Brushes and we are selling them cheaper than you have been buying second grades at. ! * YAKIMA iBl COMPANY * U=a»s=_-i,__ac3*CTC_Sls_lafaC3\'<_^ . | He is a Wise 1 J BL JB _ Who does the right thing at the right time. I J |%#|[ £Jk W^k NOW is the right time to buy Christmas pres- 1 2 | \\ I | ents; while our stock is complete in all lines. A j and the right thing for you to do would be to fc m come in and make your selections and let us set them away. Below we k B ...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 8 December 1898

THE YAKIMA HERALD. r•■. ■ ■ ■ Blil.KV * ll I -I .;. Publishers. NORTH YAKIMA WASH. mm bi Text of President's An nual Address. To the Senate and House of Rcprescnta tlva.s: Notwithstanding the added burdens rendered necessary hy the war, our people rejoice In a vary satisfactory and steadily lncn-aslng degree of prosperity, evidenced by the largest volume of business ever recorded. Kvery manufacture has been proaluctlve, agricultural pursuits have yielded abundant returns, labor In tho fields of Industry Is batter rewarded, rev enu.' Inftalatlon passed by the present congress has Increased the treasury's re ceipts to the amaiunt estimated by Its authors, the finances of the government have been successfully administered and Its email, advanced to tho llrst rank; whilo Its currency has hem maintained at tho world's i.iixi... s standard. Military serv ice under a common flag und for a righteous cause has strengthened the national spirit and served to cement more closely than ever the f...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 8 December 1898

appropriate arrangements for transfer ring the sovereignty of the Islands to the United States. This was simply but im pressively accomplished on August 11 laat, by the delivery of a certified copy of the resolution to President Dole, who thereupon yielded up to the representa tive of the government of the United States the so\*erelgnty and public prop erty of the Hawaiian Islands. Pursuant to the terms of the Joint resolution and In exercise of authority thereby con ferred upon me. I directed that the civil, judicial and military powers heretofore exercised by the officers of the govern ment of the republic of Hawaii should continue to be exercised by those officers until congress should provide a govern ment for the Incorporated territory, sub ject to my power to remove such officers and to fill vacancies. The present offi cers and troops of the republic thereup on took the oath of allegiance to the United States, thus providing for the un interrupted continuance of ail the admin ...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 8 December 1898

IHE YAKIMA .HERALD. BAII.KY. TI'KSI.KY A MoCOMB. Piibli-beni. Psbllnled evrrv Thnreday: -ntwcrtptlon 11.00 tKr fast 1" mKance. AdvprtisiitK rates upon application. THURSDAY. DECEMBER 8, 1898, NOT FAIR PLAY. The hasle displayed by the city council last Monday evening in passing a new saloon ordinance is to he regretted. We do not deem it necessary st this time to compare the two ordinances. The Her ald has already expressed its hearty ap proval of the old ordinance, which grew nut of lie suggestion of a saloon man, and which was certainly lair to every body concerned. Uuder it a license could DOt be granted until the applicant bad tbe consent of a majority of the property owners in his block and in the block opposite. One of our saloon men was unable to secure the consent ol a sufficient number of property owners. His license I nd about expired, and in order to enable bim lo continue his busi ness in his present location, the old ordi nance w^b repealed and a new one passed, only two...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 8 December 1898

Sensible Goods for Christmas ! * Party Slippers ¥ Fille Shoes * I—£». ~ I * * House SUppers * -for,. * J *&*****. y in t j- jr* Ccentlemen's ty LEATHER and FELT, ty Ladies and Gents, RomeosJ^, « Beauty, fear nl Comfort * .and.. arc all embodied in these goods. We Rn<\fQ nnrl fllvlQ These pretty Slippers would make pres ty I are always glad to show them. ty L-iUjfd UflU KJCrLO* _*£ | ents that would please the recipient. _^ DUDLEY SHOE COMPANY 111..1111. Decorations Which Would Be Cred itable in a Much Larger City. METKOI'OLITAIN HOLIDAY AIRS The Christmas Shopper Will Not Have to Seal Out of Town for Present* Look In tbe Windows and You Will See What You Want. A llkkaih reporter, struck with the metropolitan air of the impnaing show windows of Yakima's wideawake mer chants, concluded to note briefly what he saw iv a hasty stroll along the busy streets of the city. And flrst The Wonder. Madame Rine hart has on exhibit in her store windows all the latest style of bonnets, hoods...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 8 December 1898

OXJR GREAT LEADERS Majestic j Wiieeiei & Wilson Sewing Wlm Muul.... fS-S^EH RaTigefifus. { Rotary Shuttles{('"S-^rfifwira HflllOP^ T_P^~_*_____l all other makes ) lIUU b UO. $g£||P> «**°«-* -I JOHN SAWBRIDOE, sole agent From Another Soldier Boy at Honolulu. The following extract of a letter from one of the boys at Honolulu was crowded out of Isst week's issue of Tin: Hkkai.d: HoNoi.ii.i-, Nnv. (i, IS9«. — I visited ttie museum ainl I saw some of the greatest sigbtl I ever saw—the coats of (ive or six kiniis that are mad** of bird's feath ers. It must have taken a million of birds to make one coat, as the feathers that were used were small yellow lea'h ors and there are only about thrie of the feathf rs on a bird. 1 saw tlie bird that they ara> taken from. They are a black bird and have these yellow feathers on the point of ttie lirst joint of the wing just like yon see on the wings of some of onr Mack birds n Utile bunch of real .Mtbert, but these are just ttie color ol a ...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 8 December 1898

1.E.) CKOSS ENTERTAINMENT. A Vtry Successful Function. Financially and The local board of the Ked Cross sn ciety made the hit of the season on list Friday night at Mason's opera house. The capacity of the limited space of the stage, floor and gallery of the theater was tested to its utmost and once more de monstrated the fact that Yakima has outgrown the present amusement facili ties. The various booths arranged on the north side of the ball were presided over by the beauty and culture of the city, while the south side contained refresh ment tents, over which the fair women and maids presided and refreshed the hungry multitude. Mr.. H. M. Bartlett, the p-esident, and Mrs. Edward Whitson were the chief promoters and deserve great credit for their executive ability. The occasion fully evidenced the fact that though our boys at Manila were out of presence they were not out of mind. The receipts in gross were $150, the candy booth of Mrs. Oeorge S. Vance realizing the largest profit, $_...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 8 December 1898

o-a_j9*PO_rt.X-A.- PROFESSIONAL CARDS. ATISS I). I WASHBURN. STENOGRAPHER and TYPEWRITER. Room 4, Smaller radwell block, over Tin llirp.Al.ii office. Na-rth Yakinia, Wash. Cahkou.B. C.BAVita, Kllenabnrg, In* I*. Ksoi.itHAKT, North yaklms QRAVES A ENGLEHART, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Rooms 7 and 8, Second floor, First Nations', Bank building. ONIVELY A MII.I.KR, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. _"__r-()lTica- over Yakima National Bank. Nortr Yakima. Will practice iv all th. courtsof tbt Bute and V. H. land offices. TONES A GUTHRIE, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Over First National Bank, Nortli Yakima, Was. \^_nKW*PABKKEj^«J«f« ATTORNEYS AT LAW. f__r-Offlce ln First National Bank Biillilliu! "UOGLE A BIGKJ, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Offices over Yakima Natioual Bank, North, Yakima, Washington. J E. BANKS, DENTIST. Office over Postoffice. Yakima avenue. Nortb Yakima. txr. David rosskr, Physician and Surgeon. Office over Janeck Urns. Drue Store. Rcsl dencecor. lith ami I'lic-tiint. office hours: i a. m. to 1- m., ami J to . p. m...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 8 December 1898

in memorum. These lines are affectionately dedicated to Mr. and Mrs. George Mattoon on the death of their daughter Kvs, aged 4 years, December 1, 1H1IS: My Kva, how we l-ncd ymi We can never, never tell, Bhl the blessed Savior called you, Anil He tloeth all thln.it well. Yon were the sunshine ol our home. Now all Ik dark iin-l drear. Oh! It wan hard to part With fSg flaiHag (Eva dear. Hut tliouifti we miss you sadly. Our lasl hart heen your lata, Yon sre now among the lilooal-washcd ln a worlal that's Iree from pain; And we wil try and meet you When our work on earth la o'er; Oh' the Joy of that iticctlnn Over on the other shore. When In all the countless aires We shall dwell In perfect l.llsa. Oh, we would not call you, Kva, From that heavenly house to this. No. uo, we would not call her back To a world of ita and pain; she is happy now, and, mother. We will fiued her there wain. Then weep no more, dear brother, Nor .lull for lur-'tli vain; <iod called lier from ns. She waa Ills...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 8 December 1898

Why not Have the Best? You are probably considering the purchase of a musical instrument for your home, why not have the best to be had while you are about it, especially when it will cost you no more than the poorer-classed instruments. We have the very best money can buy. You can test them at your home or we will test them for you. In Pianos the following makes stand am -^^^^__^ == ___ -—^^_--^^--g^ fITIP HAT 0 higher than all others in tone, 3 .Tr—:ttti I, ,i —=== . |Hi _»-i> KIT HW \ » . ll '' rl* "IK 1 F -jr-.^a'-t-T--'. a, rf J 11 ag— _7 Jtfet II 1 I■ I 1 finish and case: H iPI Ik t.A '' RPI Ifl UIIUIIIIU Kliabe fj [iSil ll^Sf&nm 'I®] I I In Organs we can prove to you that ZHa,3_*C3_a_lClaß.rL ■__bsH___^J!!!![ j the reputations these makes bear _E' I_LSC--GL'©32* i-r^—~ S™.lv Ate~ /Mt [I arc worthy of their name. Llld-Wlg I tv _!-.--_ ___,_-^ J_^ FrgtrLkli n g^__^^^^ :^^^^g^^»B^;^^r^j: |j ; Mason <Sc Harrington- "^B^f^^^^^i^i^^S 4 Hamlin, I_Zin.gslD-u.ry 1 iifW' 1 ™^...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 8 December 1898

£. AN OPPORTUNITY \^J To Buy Christmas Presents and make your friends happy, has arrived. £^Y. You will lind on looking through our superb stoek 9 we have broken \^4" ' all records with useful and sensible presents. They are popular a JF Because they are made to LOOK and to LAST and the low price we have marked them at cuts the figure. Be sure and see them jff before you buy elsewhere, Respectfully, W JNO. W. THOMAS. II ill LACONICS Interesting Xcwslcts Arranged for Herald Keiidcrs. HISINKSS. TRKSONAL. SOCIAL Items Gathered ty Hustling Reporters sod Boiled Down to the Right Point for Quick Perusal and Easy Digestion. Ladies' white aprons at The Wonder. Fresh crackers and cookies at Zenu viteb's. 0< R- Ferrell and wife, of Sunnyside, were registered at The Yakima on Mon day. Doust A Dam are distributing some artistic calendars for 1890 to their frienda and patrons. Mrs. Frank Horsley entertained ber lady friends this afternoon with cards and refreshments. John Harris pleaded guilt...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 8 December 1898

OUR STORY TELLER Mi.H..)ll..i.*M.e»»U(H»|(t(»i(tl(f AN ADVENTURE : : : : : : : IN THE ROCKIES. 14*4444444444444444 • .«(.-. HKllfl'. .1 in ITS * Septi IIIIHT. I*k | J IH7O, a small juS^" ' "SB I party of us went •iff I'l up from Qamga lfS>llSs__ ,'*'"' fr'-.' j "•■••I.s" hunting \lr_M__L' 1 v I "' lfir*4pAF'_ c a in p - kis-pers ' /^T» -Aim... and general utll-j Ity nii'ii we had old Joe Bruette. I French -Canadian ttx- ' voyageur, nnd his grown son, Fetor, , both thoroughly eSctent plittwnt ttA- ■ lows, and so warmly iittnclifd to ench | other thnt nothing less thnn inexorable necessity iiiuld keep tin-11l npart for] twenty four hours; nor would either of thi'in "ver sa§m with | party of tour ists or sporting- unless the other could go along, even If Imtli had to work for one man's pay. After sis'tidlng ■ dny or two nt Hot Buljiliir Springs, we moved our camp down to Williams River, almost under the shadow of Williams Klver Moun tains, when lish and game were nt that time plenti...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 8 December 1898

!. Jacobs Oil cores Rheumatism. . Jaonha Oil cures Neuralgia. . Jacobs Oil cures Lumbago. . Jacobs Oil cures Scint ica. . Jar.ll>s Oil cures Sprains. . Jacob* Uil cures Bruises. . Jacobi Oil cures Soreness. . Jacobs Oil cores stiffness. . Jacobs Oil cures Backache. . Jacobs Oil cures Muscular aches. Ropa Mess-ring Mschlne. maohine has been patented for use reaauirng rope, consisting of a rope a.iving wheel, having a roughened face, which catches in the rope and turns as the latter is pulled through a slot and across the wheel, to operate hands on a dial and ring a bell at cur tain distances. Dyspepsia Makes more people miserable than an) other disease. It take, the pleasureallout of life. The gratitude of those who have been cured of dyspepsia by Hood's Sarss pitrilla ii therefore natural. Thousands say they have suffered more than they can tell tr- .111 tbia diKirn.se, hut have felt no symptoms of it since taking HOOCI*S Bpa?ma America's (iresiest Medicine. Price, 11. Hood'a Pil...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 8 December 1898

XOKTH YAKIMA AND VICINITY. Mr. snd Mrs. Jay Lynch were in the city on Monday. Thomas' is beniiiinarl<*rs lor useful Xums i'rini'iits. Claude Brlggs rclnri.c.t from the Sound and Portland Monday night. C. K. Lum, Kennewlck's new post master, was registered at The Bartholet on Wednesday. St. Michael's church, third Sunday in Advent. Service at 11 ami 7 30 o'clock. Good music and a welcome for all. Mr*. ex-Governor (iilman, of. Minne sota, who has been visiting her daugh ter, Mrs. Rankin, went to the Sound tbie week. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Rowe, of the Natch eez, have gone tn Indianapolis on a visit to frierde and relative! to remain until next June. Ten thousand (10,000) winter apple trees one year old ol the choicest varie ties at a bargain in lots to suit purchas ers at Tiik Herald office. At the Congregational chur.li on Sun day: Preaching services at 11 and 7:30 o'clock ; Sunday school at 10 a. m.; En deavor society at 6:30 p. m. All are cor dially invited. Meesrs. Doust A Dam sold 4...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 15 December 1898

The Yakima Herald. VOL. X, @ iilf■s O M Don't forget that we have the largest and finest line of the following ever brought fe M to the city: P I CUTLERY. •. I M Pen and Pocket Knives || W. Shears and Scissors M m Razors and Razor Strops || || Bread and Kitchen Knives. m j GARVING SETS. I || jA jA jA jA jA Some fine new patterns at way down prices j* M 1 PLATED WARE I W& Rogers' Goods are standard |$ M Table Knives and Forks. Tea and Table Spoons m M Children'e Sets, new and handsome patterns || II mCATF^ -Clipper Klubs are the girls' and boys' I -OIV7A I I_»,_-3 choice. J* jA Jt jA I || And many other articles that are desirable and useful for the kitchen and home. M W Gall and let us show you what we have. M 1* YAKIMA iSI COMPANY J (^2bO_-3--_-iiit_^^(_=r^^____^«_§__^ | He is a Wise I \gjj WM MM Who docs the right thing at the right time. K^ B^_yM -!**% W^k NOW is the right time to buy Christmas pres- W__4 I \\ I I ents; while our stock is complete in all lines, j^m. _^Jff and...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 15 December 1898

THE YAKIMA HERALD. ihiiii A niaitv. Publisher*. NORTH YAKIMA WASH. IHE NEWS OF I WEEK mprehenslve Review of the Import ant Happenings of the Past Week Culled Frnns the Tslsgrsph Columns. The pottery trnst has completed its organisation uuder the laws of New Jersey; cupitnl, $20,000,000. Steamer Koumania has sailed from Savannah for Havana with tbe first regiment, North Carolina, to help gar rison tbe turbulent city. The Paris court of cassation has granted a stay of proceedings in the Piequart trial, and thereby invoked the fury of tiif anti-Dreyfus press. A mining euit involving property valued at 18,000,000 has been entered in tlie courts of California by a Mon tana syndicate against prominent Cali fornia capitalists. In a recent publio address In Wash ington Count yon Goetzen said that the only good volunteers among the United States troops during the late war were the Hough Kiders. It is now understood tbat Major-Gen etal James F. Wade, president of the United States oracuation ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 15 December 1898

MOT 1 H ORDER Filipinos Are Not Hostile to the Americans. WORD PROM DEWEY AND OTIS Authorities Leak far Ne Dl-Beult- In *eeorln_ the Krlei.se of Mi.i.nlsh frlseners I'lindltl.iiis lioi.raa.lu_. Washington, Deo. 13.—The navy de partment haa received a cablegram from Admiral Dewey, summarising the ex isting conditions at Manila, and such points in tbe Philippines as bave been visited by his officers. Advioea also bave been received from General Otis, the commandant of the United States military foioes in tbe islands, and they both go to show a notable improvement in conditions and the growth of a bet tor spirit among those factions of the natives which promised to give trouble. Tbia fact ia particularly gratifying, aa the United States government is al ready giving considerable attention to the best means at hand to redeem the pledge it waa placed under by the treaty of Paris to secure the release of the Spanish prisoners held by the Philip pine natives. There are abont 600 clerical p...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 15 December 1898

.HE YAKIMA HERALD. BAII.tY. TI'KSI.KY A MifOMB, NMMMa. P*tiH*' ed every Tlmriaisy; utitrmcrlptlnn ll.On (ir -.'Hi in flalvance. Advertising rates upon application. TJII'RSIIA V, DECEMBER IS, 1198. Colon.l VV. J. Bryan has resigned from the army. Tbe Oretronian of Monday printed forty cOlomna of sheriff's sales. The gold Htandard seems to suit some persons mighty well, the Oregonian. for instance. The peace commission having con- Iruled its labors aod nobbled up Spain's ••pare island., that country begins to re attM the force ol the Spanish proverb, "Well lathered, half shaved." After life's fitlul (ever, General Garcia, the Cuban patriot, sleeps well. The climate of Washin.toti City was too much for him and he died there oo Monday. Tbe citizens of Chicago were assem bled in a greet mass meeting Monday night at Central Music hall and tie mandei that the ri'y take possession and control of street car franchises. The pitragrapura are making a mark of Jessie Sibley just now. The rcpeci ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 15 December 1898

Sensible Goods for Christmas ! * Party * Fine SboeT* La"es' * * House SUppers * -for,. * Juliets, mam*. „ in T j. jr^ ± Gentlemen's * LEATHER and FELT. * Ladies and Gents* Romeos^^ % Beauty, Wear and Comfort . .and.. are all embodied in these goods. We R/Vl/C nnrl oivh These FM-etty Slippers would make pres ▲ | are alwa>-s glad to show them. _%■ LJUJIO IMU glf I'd* ents that would please the recipient. DUDLEY SHOE "COMPANY "0" HE II ■ BE Htirlint|tiin Hns .Men Seeking I Route to the Sound. XOKTH YAKIMA IS AT WORK Curious Blunder. Whereby a Christian Minis ter Is Made to Do Nau.hty Things Watch for the Babies sad tbe Esssys la " Tbe Heralds " Holiday Number. Tbe Ledger has tbis important item of local interest here: "The Burlington road haa men in this stste looking for a route to the Sound country. Tbat is what a wideawake man from Yakima reported in Tacoma yes terday. He also said : " 'The people of Yakima ate working for the Burlington to pasa through our city. We understand th...

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