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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 12 January 1899

THE LOCAL KOIND-IF. "Jody" Bland haa returned to Bkeg way. M. L. G. Wheeler ia homa again after an extended trip to Colorado. The Oirla' gnild enjoyed • coda! at the bom* of Rev. and Mrs. H. M. Rartlott on Monday night. G. M. Denton waa licenced to marry Addia J. Oilmoreby the new auditor, E. E. Keleo, on Monday. Fred Jungst, of Dawaon, haa written a letter home stitiog he and the reat of tl>* Yakimant there are well. The weet bound overland flyer now arrive* in North Yakitna at one minute after midnight, In conformity with the new time card. The tower Wenas school, Cleman's dis trict, wind, has been closed three weeks on ai-cmmt ot sickness, expects to again r< ■ ■„<■ 11 on Monday. Alfred Dent in the teacher. J. 11. Praaar, wbo i* feeding a large tiaiKl of sheep in the Mnxi I iliftrict, nay* he never lihh lihil bit slieep d'> ho well hh they have in tli»ir praaiDt winter quar ters, lie expertH another year to winter a iiiiiili larger l>;iml. .Imticp of the I'ea-e VV....

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. — 19 January 1899

The Yakima Herald. VOL, XI, <f^ 10° Below Zero v -T N A. 'T N /T S Gem J£ Wilson's Hot ■■^■■B^ Air Blasts Tights for Coal for Wood make you com- B Our Stock is still fortable and save complete. Spec you money. y ial prices NOW i- xl, B^ ■ A ■ -,1/ Another Lot of St. Clair Steel Ranges Just in. Take a Look at Them. YAEIMA HARDWARE COMPANY SELLING ©tfT^™ THIS STOCK TO GO ATONCEI The Cost will cut no Figure. Mr. Hanna, proprietor of the Chicago Pry Goods Store, has just returned to the city and for special reasons proposes to close out immediately his big stock. sdjfim Capes and Jackets, WH^. Clothing, Hats, Caps, m&& J§f*j WL. Boots and Shoes, & ijffl^Hf Gents' Furnishings, rffff JM Wm^ Dress Goods, Jfe g^ Notions, &c, &c. « P RtfePi^^ Stock nice and Fresh. *n '^Tpv No Old Goods- Calico, blue, or any color desired, per yard Oil 10 4 Sheeting, per yard 12., Outing Flannel, per yard (Xt All-wool Trico, Mm wide, reg price 50c yd, now 25 Bleached Sheetinft, Barlow M...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 19 January 1899

THE YAKIMA HERALD ttnili'T- Tiif.li> * M<«',ii,ib, MMtlWIi ROW H YAKIMA . WASH. TOE NEWS OF I WEEK 'inn pr.-lifti* i\ *• Ht'Vi.'tr of flip Import nut IliiiMx'niiiK* of thp I'ib«t. \V .-. h <utlf,l r-iini tll«- Trl,.|£riiptl 4'olllttniß. Rer. I'r. William Maiwell ninck hum, president ol Boron college nt I 1 8. I>., died at th" a«e (if <>5 y.Mi-. M.UL'.irct Livingston Chanter and Ann.i Bottling, heroic women who served without pay a* nnrsei In Porto linn ■ i lllillij the war, hive bean recom mended lor tti.it ran honor, the tlianki iii congress. It is reported fr» in Peking that Russia linn demanded a leara of thu Miao Tao islands as a torpedo station. There island! lie acrosa the entrance (if the Gulf of IV-C|,l-1,1, Math Ol Port Arthur. The acquisition oi these Islan Is w old till (uither itn ngtben Russia's hold on the approaches to Peking. The quartermaster's department i* l re] s ril lvi to disinter and bring to this country the remains of the 1,800 heroes of th...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 19 January 1899

I TROUBLE AI MANILA But Nevertheless the Situa tion Is Critical. A REBEL ATTACK RIDICULOUS <■•■■! RpanlU Art* I »i>■ i< ■■! Frnin t in* < onferpurp I'.pt nocit (MM* Hiitl V^ni i .M.i - 1.. |. p i -. -is 1 .ii \ » ■-. Manila, .lan. Id. —The situation here is undoubtedly critntil, but Major (itin'ial Otis has it well in hand, nn<l Ibera is no such certainty of tionMe m many Ijelieve. The Khali are concen tiated on the outskiita of the town, and their leaders have issued strict or ders that they shnll act only on the de fenpiw. An accident night pfMlpitsM tumble, but the idea of a rebel attack upon Manila is lidicuhms, us the Americans control the position. A^uinaldo lias lepuhlirdied the peo ond matiifcsto in reply to the proi'lama tiou of Uenerul Olia, which was re called on its flnt upjiearancc, but it Jia." proved ineffectual. On Wednesday, a false alarm, due to trivial incidents occurring simul taneously in opposite parts of the city, led to a general call to the Un...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 19 January 1899

HIE YAKIMA HERALD. BAII.KY. II KSI.KV \ McCOMB, I'llMlnhlTK. PhliM"! i.l pv.rv Thunuity, nnhiicrl|itliin tl.oo per m-hi In •dvaiirt' AdveniilDK rkten uiMtit application. THURSDAY. JASUARY, /», 1899. The election to the donate of Depew of New York and Itevendtfe of Indiana se cures two lir»t-clßn«i orators of the »epuh licati faith in that HHsemhiy. .\l Tacoma in in a quandary as to « hat to do with "Jjlllo Knvpt," the hrewers 1 poser bulM Ih> referred to »he committee oo puhlic morals at Olympia for disci pline. "We have woke the induntrial yisnt o( (lie eaat," eiclaim« the Silver Knight Watcliman. This in like the personal ilcni in a local paper recently announcing that "John Smith lihh went to Swank." Kditor llcLMBi of the Cincinniti Kn ■ luirer, cmne wear living with the hic coughs ou Jljckton'l day. The irrever ent parnnrtpher tnlirbl lind niiiiiflenietit in intiniituiK that John U. overloaded liih Htoniiich at a I. v. >]■•■>■' nhout that time. We di sire to assure Inte...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 19 January 1899

I'HOFESSIOSAL CARDS. CaNOUaV lUTH KllpnubnrK, hi I. KN'.lkhart, Norlli Yaklmi ( JUAVKS A KNOLKHART, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Ronmi 7 mul M, Hecoinl door, Kir«t National Hank l.ulMiiiit. ImM.s A (iI'TIIIUK, a| ATTORNEYS AT LAW. over rim National Itniik, North Yaklma.Waah WHITBONAPABKEBI •"•*» whitbow ATTORNEYS AT LAW. «jr~oili<i' in Pitt! National Bank Biiikliii* 1 »oi iI.E & RUiU, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. OfRfQI uvfr YHklnin National Hank. North Vakinni, WMfclßgtOlli lolls i,. HuYI.K. ATTORNEY AT LAW. OmCI IV Tllr IIKKAI.I) WILDING. Will practice in nil the courts of the state mid I. S. I,»nd Offices. | K. liANKS, DENTIST. Offlra over I'ontoflioe. Yakima aveuue, North YnkllilH. I )lt. DAVID KOSSKR, Physician and Sur(;kon. OBm nvpr Jftiii'ck Kriw. Unix Sti>rc. Renl iliMn-c oor. dth and t'hcntiiut. offii'ts lioum: » i in. tn 13 in . ami I to Bp. in. | JR. 0. d. FLETCHER, PHYSICIAN & SURGEON once: Scbtotfeldt BuiMiiiK. Bonn: I ■ m. to 13 m.; 1 :'M p. m ti> S p. m. j )k p. frank, Phy...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 19 January 1899

Two Mormon Missionaries Usufgl '/• l.aniii and Frun Is Christian •oa, of Cash anil S vii r countieH, I'tali, have lipen in this rnnnty fince Nnveiiilier list .tuinn DalSVfcmary work fir the Mor iiiun church. Tin v w ill hold meetings in Allt'ii'a hall nt-xt Sunday at L' p, in. and 7:80 p.m. Admission free. Everybody invited. No onllection. Mr. I.amli says, in reference to the national excitement over the admission "f Brlghani 11. Bob itlh, of I'tah, t 1 COngteM, that the Mor* mon ehnrch does not now recognise the practice ot p ilygaoi) and that the church had nothing to do with pat I log Mr. Rob erts in congress. The meetings here are in the interest of the Mormons and the speakers will expound the doctrines ol the efanrch. The missionaries of the Mormons, 2000 in number, all pay their own expcnuen and do not take up col lections. "The Bounding Billow." This spicy little magMIOSi publ shed «t intervals un lha United States Klan ■hip Olympla at Mulls, ims 1■• *-1» placid mi Tin: Hbra...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 19 January 1899

* Christmas ani New Thr_ir Nil Bra Will Us Yet! ♦_ We have a large stock of Pianos and Organs which we have pollen in since Christmas which we are selling at the rate of one piano and one or more organs daily. The reason we can do this is because our terms and prices cannot be excelled by any firm in the northwest* We defy compelition along Ihese lines. We have a first-class piano which we will sell for $100, $1O down and $5 a month. We also have a = j.^™~=—=> few r second hand Organs, which can be had Wp -n k—"= . r^-^^f. M at from $»5 to $45. We have received spec- " |ff L^^^j tfjsg*\l f iail orders from headquarter* to oiler lor the !,Si /fiilipp^jl 831 I <] next 3O <laiys sacrilicing prices, ainil again we |™ | saiy we «lcfy competition. We aire here to s^il^^sasssMSSL Mi staiy. l¥e have the only music store in Vaki- mat. We have pleaised the public so far and &^~=~~ '___ 11 are prepared lo continue so to do, and will prove it to your entire satisfaction if you will...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 19 January 1899

OUR STORY TELLER •A Changed Man. Til i:v «i: ■■■ itand na '■>< fore ■ per finiurj ibon In lluO 1 itrpPt :is I ;'. i —i.■<l ii i two young ladle* of nnlfeatly good ■orloty, si reflned wa« ■..■ r appearance and no porfeotly correct tbelr leu lire. I could not help half turning, and «!i" nhonld they be but thai arclitoadc of v consln of minil, Bybil \'.i;i.'. and her Iwiotn friend, Gwen o'llara. Ii irai s.vliii that hud t ; . ■:..; nhe s.ii.l: "Fancj that little f■...1 throwing her 8' '■'■ : ■ i \ nn :i man like thai when she 1>: - be only v..i;i;s !,> r fur Iht Hi' i. y." "Whal little fool and what man?" I nsi;. i, iis i raised my bat bj way of apology for the Intnmlon, "Oh, you men! You never know any thing." viiil Sibyl, wii'ii idle bad recov en 1 from the Rbock mj question bad n hli ntly occasioned, "Then !■ 11 me," I rejoined. "Too n.'v erhaveflnj leereta from me, you know —at leant, nil for I.>m^." ••\". hy, Honor Beaumont and Capt, Ffl ll . ■:'. :■• Ihj lure.' ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 19 January 1899

I m.ii, «...ii. i. Ot.r. A crfpnlp from n •pram is pno who ; ■agieOta tO use St. Ja)oOhp Oil to cure it. Prompt Ma of it bring! prompt cure, and the trouble is gotten over easily. VmsSS'l tVt'Hi»«tti himl I->i.l Hot. Keeper—Then film picked the < att ll on her handcuff*, dug through a two loot wall of itone, took out a pane of plate yl.iss by removing the putty, and then opened the big loci on the gate. What tools hail she? Matron — Noun whatever. Stay. Oood graeioaa, I forgot to take away her bairplnei Keeper—Then pursuit is nseless. J Bhe still has them.—Stray Stores. Pains and Aches Of Rheumatism Makx Countleaa Thousands Suffer. Hut titi-. Jin a■i- i iin '1 by Hood'l Sar- 1 ■aparilla, which neutralliei tn« acid in the blund If you have any lymptoms of rheunmrtsru take tluod's Bar>apHrllla at oni' aiul dv n>t waxte time am) hionev on uuknuwii pre|iaratloni, The meril of Hood'l >.ii -MpMnlla i~ iinquettlouetl and Its rrroid uf curei uueijuallcU, Hood's Sarsaparilia *...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 19 January 1899

THE LOCAL ROI'ND-IT. Claude Briggs has a violin in his show window that is -50 years old. H. II Allen is to extern! his hrit-k block back to thp alley this spring Servii-t-H at the Congregational rhurch next Sunday at lla. in. and 7:30 p. m. Kalph Nichols, the little son of Judge Morford, in recovering from a severe caee of measles. Mrs. 1.. B Kinehart has left for Union, Ore., her old home, to attend to import ant business matters. There is talk of a men's lunch being gUnn on next Saturday week for the benefit of the kindergarten. Mr. Hauser is painting the interior of the court house and rehnrnishing the ancient and dilapidated edifice. \V. 11. Bogle, who hfld haeii in attend ance on the superior court, departed lor his law offices in Tacnma Friday night. Judge Allen returned from Spokane on Tuesday night, where he wsb detained sincp the holidays by his business inter ests there. Dr. King, the scientific optician, will be in Yakitna again, from January 21 to the lett of February, ...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 26 January 1899

The Yakima Herald. VOL. XI, *$*• "*!;•* "*s•" "*s*■ •♦s♦• **$*" H^ "*>•*" ■*$*" * 4P& in must sw ,#& „ lop "I ijvi^j Ii you would have IScTjl -^^ ]S^sn2< * * w GOOD * FRUIT * *« ■••♦•♦- « 's n°t a very desirable job at the best, and to do the work the I fl&fi&\ easiest and cheapest, the quickest and most thorough "*>* II vaaHy y Ou wan j f£ rs t 0 { a U the *^ /Ili Best Spray Pump * X»^jL/ We hlvc lhein- T!ic ADVANCE and POMONA pumps, fot ■*^ which we are agent, have proven to he the most satisfactory * jf— a pumps on the market. We will demonstrate that fact to you it >' /] yon will give ns a chance. Or ask any of your neighbors that //! used either of the above last year. Beside those named we have A / a nice line of Bucket and Barrel pumps from the cheapest to the ' '▼ ' il best. Also a large assortment of .»£«. Hose, Spray Nozzles and Fittings. •& * We can give you a good Outfit at reasonable a price, r also Pruning Shears, Clippers, Knives and Sa...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 26 January 1899

FSif YAKIIU HERALD. HAII.KY. TI'KSI.KY & KcOOIIB, PvbiltlMft. «*v«rv Thurwiay; mbMTlptlon $1.00 j■ r ) t»ir in mlvance. A«lvertintiiK rutc* U(kid applh'ation. TIICHSUAY. JANUARY M, 1599. EDITORIAL EAOASS. The Jackson day banquet given at Ulympla huic-iriiH in for • Revere "roMt" by Editor Robert Montgomery in the Sumner Heralil. It is all because Gover nor X■ ■»[• m was present and made a speech. Editor Montgomery evidently linn no oae (or the governor.—Tacoma News. Probably the gov<rnor hat no use for I. nicir Montgomery. Governor Rogers' most unreasonable foes are the grafters and pot-hantera who have failed to work litm for all there i* in it. Just why Rogers' appearance at • l*rksonian banquet abould be a "profa nation of the feast," an Editor Montgom ery assert*, or that the presence of the governor of the state on that occasion should "make a true democrat's blood stagnate in chains," whatever that may mean, doe» not clear I v appear. Tblfl i« h ■ !n-H of cditoral Kn>...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 26 January 1899

ill'S HER IS LcttCTl Praa Manila of l.i\c Inter]) cst to Our Readers. COUGAM IAK.HT ()\ NATCHEZ Letter From Speaker Peed Endorsing Senator Wilson Interesting Correspondence From Manila Oriental Oddities In Dewcy Islands. McGlcary In Miniia. Manila, I'iiii.ii-iin k 1.-i. \.\dm, Dec 11. Mr. A. li. ('Hup, North Vukitust, W'neli. Dear Friernl:—l mr,->t afik ymir pardon for allowing your c 'Pined letter to re main unnnsnered M mg and trnut you will overlook my i< i licence in thin re- KHnl. Thin is Stindu-. afternoon ami will try mid *rite you a :e« lines while re clining upon my luxuriant hainhno lunik. In fact, when < tf duty, thin is about the only position in whtoh I may lie fount as we are all afflicted with that "tired feelinj" so prevalent in tropics] rountrics. Our trip across the Pacific on the "Ohio" occupied about twenty eight days and was very much rnjoyed with the exception of the tirnt two or three days out, when it lip'riiic nececpary to "hit the rail" frequently;...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 26 January 1899

PROFE/iBTO!fAL cards. < ■ Ar.l: ■ 1.1. II IiKtVKK. Hli'iKlmrr. lua I' KN'ti.Kitakt. North Vaklnn • kaVKs ,v BMOLKHAKT, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Rooma 7 hip] I, Scidini floor, Kir«f Nntjonn' HniiK !>iiil<llnic ium> ,v (irriiuiK, •i ATTORNEYS AT LAW. i ■■.. t i- [nt National Bank, Norn, Vaklma, >\ k«i W HITSON.V I'AKKKH' «»»« wbitsou > > I FKKri I- v I X I r ATTORNEYS AT LAW. fO . in nrvi Nattoaal taal RuiMinß DOOLE .v RIUO, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. iMiiii-- out Vaklma Matioual Bank, Korti VHklnui, WuklDKton. |mi,s i,. BOYI K. ATTORNEY AT LAW on hi: IS nil mi km i. iii ii.him:. Will practice In -.11 Hip conrtu nf ihe si«: c and I' - t.iini Offl >h I I BANKS, DENTIST. Uffire hut I'nvti.Ti,... Yaklma avenne, Noitl Yhk IfltS j )i; DAVID K(i»i;k. Physician and Surgeon OOtn over Janeck Bkm lir n .■ f<tara, Resl •I,'in ■■ ,'or Bth and chentnut iifflce houn: I h. in in \'i in . mul i To a p in I ):; I i. lI, Ui ill.l;, PHYSICIAN & SURGEON Mi ■ - ilil itfcl I- 'I ill II i \ I...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 26 January 1899

WHAT PEOPLE SAY. William L<>«, fir.—Everybody reads Thk Hkhai.d. Walter R»ed—l am opposed to officials receiving ruilrmii psHH whi have in ■ny way (h» d'termination of questions effe'tinK tlin pecuniary atrairs of a rail road Dun Lfsh—lf Anketiy'a rsnvu for the BPnuton>!>ip were properly Inn!! I lie could win out. Tom Lund—l have been over to Olytn pia, and while there I put in «o:np r'toiik Inks for the state fair with the fusion members. Vosnpy & Mclixe have turnei) over their realty to th« Rwenfeld estate and I am |olag to give a new notice to the realty ownera, nn<\ I believe I shall Ket my liquor license. \V. I/. Ktshler —I have bCM lookin*; for a switch-over to John B. Allen for sena tor while the deadlock ig on. .ludtre (iardiner —I do not know of any <i. A. It. men opposed to Wilson on nc count ot hi» appiintmentK. i>n the con trary I oelifvp if a vote were taken fur VUnitoil States H»nator in Yakutia coun'y, John L. Wilsoti would receive a majority ...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 26 January 1899

++++++ I^l Q"^ HER SNAP 4****** We have a new $££•> Piano ti Ic?-*■■ we shall make a special oiler on of $213, payable in installments. This instrument WK GUARANTEE FOR FIVE YEARS. > -^ If you think it is not a snap, call anil see it. We also have a «■ .-_ ■^ t ~g> few seeoml hand Oi^;ius, which can he had TF =Tj= =f"'' rf at from *:*•» to 045. We have received spec- lif^^tA ial orders from headquarters to oiler for the ! W^ toflEfclll next SO days sacrificing prices, and again we '^BJM JJ ssiy wi fc ilety eonipetition. M> are here to __ ..__Z# ! stay. We have the only mnsie store in Vaki- f^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ I ma. We have plesisetl the public so far and ' i aire prepared to eoiilinne so to do, and v« ill ' r^^ =:=!==:^=^^g :, prove it to your entire satisfaction if yon will i P ' T i^S step in and interview us. We are here to II N g | prove all of the ahove. Each and everyone Ml =========: ========== ==== J (1! I of our instrument* is guaranteed. We are - /§7 P prepared t...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 26 January 1899

Fif Sals * Stock and Fixtures OF .. .. He Economy. Call at the Store If you want a stylish turnout or livery rig of any descrip tion, you can get it at the O. K. Stables BMCOITD STREET. Finest Turnouts in the City. Saddle horsm'o |pr. Bnwdlsn »nil feeding hi horeM a p;h- i litv. You will Bod courteous treatment hu>l prompt service, with a*, un.t our rates are k!I ri^lit, t(jo. 1. .1. SIIUV. fVpr. Jlf • , Cats- BEEF, PORK and MUTTON can always be had at our market at prices that are right. We Want Your Patraaie. Colni* list Market It. J. KAN"H. PlOp. FIRST NATIONAL BASE of North Yakima. IltUK< TOKK. W. M. l.fcdd, W. U Blelnwlf, Chan. Carpenter, 11. B. Scadasr, J. N. Teal, W. B, Dudley. « Hpltal, SIOO,UOC Mirp!■■•., *2T,tMM) W. M. Udd, l'resident Charles Ctrpentei , Vice picßident W. L. >tuinvveK, ('ashier A. B. Cline, Assistant Cashier. COKRKsroNDENCK ISVITHD. Foreign and Domestic Exchange Bought and Sold. PAYB INTXBK3T ON TIMK DEPOSITS. National Bank, NORTH YAKIMA, WASH. ■"...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 26 January 1899

THE LOCAL KOIXD-IT. (Tafia Oforga Taylor w«n m tnwn Tnc-iiiy, folly recoTetad froaa his recent Will,(*>.!- A y;rl lor |BMral honpework in it Hinitll family. Apply at Tin: Mkrai.d office. 1-L't Joti!. H'nl dan btcfl in Titroina for the putt f W iUvb letting trPHtinent lor kiJ ney iroablo. I": k ant) riiotinu tinwar" will five yim good a*fvice and aave you mooty. Yak inia II ir.lw.tre Co., agenta. Till* east-bout) I passenger was ilelayni ah v' i Aiivc boors on Wednesday by » uiiin sli le .11 tlit Cast aiies. 1 , Val ma Hai l« an <' i liaa a murli l«r.<r Una ol pruning wheiirn, k»ws tod clipped than aver before. Good goods at i Irixih prices. : ii w. ( T. U. will meet «t Mra. \\ I; | ' . parl;' it n Fin \U ;■. m.d m -• Tnei la] afl mo in ai tin usual h"iir. I; 8 Mtrryweatber, the widely known Highland piper of Seattle, arrivil on Wednesday to taks part in the Caledon ian celebration !it tbe Takima on that nigbt. Jack sii.iu bought n Inrse quantity ol baj on thi Abtanum recent...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 2 February 1899

The Yakima Herald. VOL. XI, 4p&. Tin IST Spq #fe vltsc vSr™ !l you wou!d have l"l"3v "^y ? H/ GOOD * FRUIT 3L It is not a very desirable job at the best, and to do the work the \\ f&mi\ easiest and cheapest, the quickest and most thorough , want first of all the VaA fIA Best Spray Pump v iw \" y We have them. The ADVANCE and POMONA pumps, for which we arc agent, have proven to be the most satisfactory 1 JLj-t, pumps on the market. We will demonstrate that fact to you if /if I -11" 1 v'" vc us cl cnance< ()r a>': all>' ot your neighbors that ,'/jl I used cither of the- above last year. Beside those named we- have 1 a nice line of Bucket and Barrel pumps from the cheapest to the 'j!| | best. Also a large assortment of *£j Hose, Spray Nozzles and Fittings. We can give you a good Outfit at reasonable a price, also Pruning Shears, Clippers, Knives and Saws. Ell HARDWARE COMPANY . A . A. A A SELLING ouTmmm The Cost will cut no Figure. I Mr. Hanna, proprietor of the Chicag...

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