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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 2 February 1899

THE YAKIMA HERALD Builr.t. Tn.'»l<-> * MrCutiih. rul.ll.tirr.. North yakim \ . wash. THE NEWS OF I WEEK {■ollllirt'llrll*! Vl' llrli«MT lif lll*» Import ant ll:t ppi>lilit|»« of till* 1' i-t AVrrk < iillnl I -imii t Ik* *l'«*l«>|;r}i|ili Column*. The New Y"il% Evening World prints An interview with John Sherman, in which tlic latter forcibly expresses him n'lf against expansion. According to figures published nt Madrid, 80,000 Spanish soldiers per ished, chiefly tlirough lickness, daring the last campaign in Cuba. It i-< reported in Havana that 'ten aral Rabi, with 1,600 Cuban inMir gcnts, bai i :>t<**i■ to t!ie hills in Santa Clara, in defiance: of American author ities. A battle lias taken place at Ban An canna, Ecuador, between government troops and Insurgents, Pour hundred men were killed and 800 wounded, and 41111 insurgents were taken piisoneis. The premier, Senor Sagasta, has an* nounoed that the government had de cided to convoke tin' oortes during tl...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 2 February 1899

A GELEBRATION IN HA Four Thousand People As semble to Hear Speeches. IN HONOR OF FIRST PRESIDENT Lively l inn- In- I'rotnlnrd In dibit* Tolltii-a When CoiiiiiiUmluii Iteturn*— Mam Meeting to It.. lirlil. Havana, Jan. 31. —Four thon^an fl fWttOtlt, iiifii in their best elotblDg and women gaily dressed, Itood unml I pouring rain iii l'aula fqnnrn today listening to six intensely patriotic eulogies of Jotfl Marti, the t'nlnn pa triot ami liist president of the Cnbtn revolutionary government. A tablet to bll memory was ■availed at tho house whore he was born in :i StlMt near by, ami 82 tooieties, consisting of 2.5M(i partoni, with banneii, fla^s and live banda, marched through the prin cipal thoroughfare! to the sqnarst The procession, whoa* distinguishing ■feature whs 600 girls wearing white dresses and ted liberty oapt, itarted at 1 o'i lock, reaching tin- square two boon later. Tim itreeti were gaily decorated with Caban and American flags, ami ilin'.i'h the Inter eat run bigh, then ...

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. — 2 February 1899

HID YAHMA HERALD. ■Alter, Ttrm n t hccomb. raiilhian. •nblli ad o\it\ Thnndajr; Mterrtptlnn |UH |.i r \c>r in wtrmsca. AdTVltialßg ratal ■ii"'M application. Till i:sd.\Y. FKBROARY t, ism. MOVE Till. ' M'lT.il . The irtpiinl na<hl i>> he removed la ■otM |ii>T more •eceraibln Ii it « ktmi injmtico to forrt penpla who have boa! ne»!< lit 'ht- -ijmihl in invel to tIM r> raotaci co"n) * »i thfl »', ti» mhv no!ti irii; of tht Ini 1!! v niiiiii' ol ftayinn la 1 •ivinpiii fur f\-n » 't»\. — Ledger, Tlierf (...ciiiicl lit' it iikjiihl't petition Hlnti") Mt Oltrft rr,|ip'"'..ik.' tin 1 Ifnisl.itiirc to •('■mlmiir the I'ftpitnl qilMtioa. l:n banl Uioanht ol thfl lejmliiture ■qO*Dd*r itlk! |700,(KK), M pr'pOtß't, on il rrtpitul building atOlympishlvm mie t N* *liiv ••r^. Uive T.iroina 'In- capital ami But tie the canal uriri let tis lihvc » Mm capital, The winter l« o'er—thai In, all over th* count rj-. Tii" mart-martial *hich convicted • irneral tCaicad "f mndupl nnhprnn.n...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 2 February 1899

HANOIT.T ArTHUMATH. A Poem on Yakitna Comoosed for the Cale !".i..'n Eanjuct and Read by the Author. W H R- Jin.in. I'mh m pardnn dm while; re'M'-- A In.mi in liit- both lame ami wreat; fo blest a one you'd marce Ifelieve It, How olio no humble could receive It. W 11 l«li i hum- t I me like MMti*| I Mt, Ho MffMiHri most ■■ |"t'**r Not long m-.'o. in pleaaaal in i. My MMIMH blest l.y deed* of good, My mini) diverted from nil m hi worMI) tiam, things which impair One* better growth In tiuth anil grace, 1 lay me down to dVBBIBI of peace. Boob the place irn-w wnnd'rou* bright And shining with supernal light, Though ■ range it mm*., i did doI bar it. Hefore my rlaion stood a pplrit. ftnt standing etHl to aquarely i.mk me Eye to eve. hi' gently took me B] tba iiMU'l in kindly token <>f hi* lore, era uont w.is spoken •■S'ni of earth." be satd i oal kindly, ■•I would not have yon gi iplng blindly, Knon it.' ti f: ' .• i»tltrriif. *- fata When ho irHW" Thla worl 'sestate. Corae go with...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 2 February 1899

PROFI KBIOX i/. ' lA'/'.s. ' Ar.R.>i.i. H i.KiiKv Kllrnnbtirs;. \HK I' KmtRMARI N'orlh '.Mklinh i 'h \\i:> v F.M.i.KiiAur. ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Kc".iii« 1 and ». siMi.n.i ii.wir. Kir«t Nations Hank building jHm> ,^ utiTiißie, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. iver Firm N»tli>niil linn*. Jtofts Vnklnm. W««t W'HITKON AI'AKKKK' >•"«" "HmiDh ATTORNEYS AT LAW. tm- •' ■•• in turn Batl—l Usnk Bmlldlmi. CKMiLE .t HUM, ATTORNEYS AT LAW.: OAcss iivit VHknna Nall-.llm 1 Hank. Nortl. , \'aklma, «»->.:, 11illN 0. BOVI K. ATTORNEY \\ LAW. HKKII X IV Till: Ml II Mil HI II IIINU Will practice ■ ' sll ir»« rif th# st»te! Hint I' « l.ml (»tli f I X RANKS, HEN lIST "Iti. ■' over l\.v,.iv.(. Vaklma avenue, .\.ntl VHk liiH 1> N (4UKDKN, M |), Physician and Sukgei»n. iiiru.. ii tin- \v«r.l i.l.i , . rn«rYaklmaavpunc and i ii -i ttn at, North Vakln ». 1)H [IAVIIJ ic>--i-:i; I'HYKICI \N AM) SUR(JEON Met o\ ieok Bmi Unw Ktora, Retl '1ie,..-. .iti I ( J ■ - ' , .:..:,... r h. in to I.' mi atld .' ir ii&...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 2 February 1899

WHAT PEOPLE SAY. Knliert Scott—>| have not compl^'eii my list ci( deputies mid will not un'il next v»K-k lam trying In iti't men tjmi people waul. (M. lluwlett —I i-i.iinteil CnptHin In variety >.-* one of my warmest frieniix. Hut lih never would talk much about him si>lf. He whn d»c»'ated for bravery M Halaklava, though he *hb too ino'lest to apeak of it. W. L. Stabler—A poor family living near the M»rkß school house has been in a very bad way wlih poverty and mk nees. There waa difficulty in urtinn a physician until X I Hsokelt fuaranterd the payment. Home ladies pro<Mired $14 (or their relief by subscription io the naiiihhorhaod. John Oman—lt looked to me, while •t Olympia, that John L. Wilson would win nut in the senatorial race. Dr. (Jreene—l knew old man Hastian over forty yeitr* ako on the aonnd and he was then »n old man. His son lives there vet and though pretty old, is called "Youn< Ike." K<l Mulligan—We have most, if not ail the hobos ran on' of town. Th...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 2 February 1899

GREAT MUSICAL SNAPS Wv have ail ovcr-mippjly of second-hand Organs, all in c\c*ell< knt condition which will at awaiy ImJom actual value to the ri^hl parties on installments, hut Won't Walt Long. They I^lll &o l|uick But Look at this Snap 1 Enmniff \% v liavi k a s<'<«oiß4l-lt;m<l B*iano that >/# cost $373 less than a year ago that you can lmv«» lor !«** llisbib WOO on the Naur- I^mbim. ICrmriaihci- we -Il!l hsivr hnl tlM koni k, mo conic at once if you waul v genuine hai'^ain. "!I^. Ws ill in to itlt is keep il lni isr fin! 6^Sz|j. °'!!!.!!,., „ The Wiley B. Allen Co., days for the cracker-jack high flagged bicycles whirl! we pro PORTLAND, OREGON pose to handle this season. You will find it to your advantage to /"NT A ttt\ti -w~% f->X/"^ /~*i CV /~*i enquire prices as they will prove Ui-ii\U Ulit ±si\l(jr(jrO, CJeil. Ageilt, to you that we are satisfied with very .mall profits. NORTH YAKIMA, WASH. NORTH YXKIMA AM) VICINITY. Judite Rudkln lut Sunday night for O...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 2 February 1899

A (IKR.VT RNTRKTAINMENT. The Commercial Club Gives ■ Muslcak and Social Dance to North Yaklma's Two Hundred. The Coiiimeriinl duh when it pnter taing does not do thingp hv liHlves. The! harhflors of that thriving orunniz»!ion ; took Hi" matter in hand lor the wenkly i Wednen lay night enierlHininent yes'er-' day, and the talent fairly niildi 1 then.- ' selves. There was an old fanhinnp 1 minstrel ! show for Ihe olio and a cake walk for the | second part, tha> lias rarely heen ei)iialed ' even hy the Klack l'atti TroiihadourH. <ieorue Vance was interlmtiior and four emliuen kept him' huvy HMeiefllH BOB* iindrums On the riiiht end the two Kre Is, rimndler and Miller, kept the «u ---diince HiniliiiK. On the lef! tod Etlill ami ('line were varyinuly (uiiiiy. Thel coon soiihTß inclndiiitf the lalefii "Mv Honolulu Lady," «aye the bfOßdeat «■ paiiNion possihle hy : < i ■ ' ' t>erf>)rmerH. Tin' l,i I ex in the mixed mise en scene, ad,led their vocvil inelo.ly U) the accotn pi...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 2 February 1899

OUR STORY TELLER IN THE QUICKSANDS. ELI TAYLOR was ■ typical frontiersman. His father bad been v pioneer and b ■ grand father bad been killed by Indians "away Imcfc when MU*ourl an' Arkan- ■ saw belonged to tba French," to Baa liX own language. Whenever Ell Taylor could sea tbe ■moke of :> neighbor's cabin he became possi l «Ith tbe ih'.i that the conn try was getting to be too thickly set tled and corn spondlngly unhealthy, mill he bundled his family Into one of those buge wagons known as "a prairie i tier" and moved further west. This be persisted In doing nntll one <l:i\ he found himself under the shadow of the Rocky Mountains, and be woke ( ii |> to the fact that his wife was a broken-down old woman and his, daughter Lena and his son t "about ai big as ill '} was ever goln' to to be." Young Tom Taylor bad not Inher ited the (typny love of change that had dlsi Ingi : tin 1 his anci stors, He «-s ,-i sturdy, sen« ble fellow and wanteu to settle down on a furm, where his m...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 2 February 1899

Pt. Jhooli* Oil cures Rhenmatifira. t»t. .lacobs (ii! rnres NeurßlKla. St. Itjnobt Oil eiM Lumhago. s».. JaoMe Oil raree Beiatioa, >'t. Jfjonbt Oj| cures i»prHini. £t. Jin'olm Oil cures Hruihef. *t. JaflObl Oil cures BoNBOB*. Jaoooa Oil oaree BtiSoeee. £t. .lai-ol)S Oil cures Kaekmlie. St. Jaidlis Oil cures Muscular aches. Mliraliiimlliiw I illu.g. Sonk n lableepoonfal of puv/Seied wliit<- arable la two taotaraamt* fule of warm water for I alt an lionr; stand it over hot water and can-fully Mil until diaeotved. 801 l a rnpful el m.'-'iv and hnlf a cupful of wnter to gether until they spin » thread; pour, While hot, over tho whiteH of two Well liciiten c,:gii, beating BoatißVoneljr; then add tin- mini arable and beat until hi.lf and Soldi — Ladiefl' Home Journal. That Pimple On Your Face is There to Warn You cf Impure Bloort. Painful eonteqaencea may follow n neglect of thif warning. Take Rood's Bnr , raparilla and it will purify your blood, cut' I nil initin -r^ and eruption*,...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 2 February 1899

THE LOCAL KOIXD-IT. Mr. RuiVr i» enfTi'rina from a rn*p of ronupsion of tti" liirmn. The liill :o rrdncp p»Br«<'nner ra'es to 3' : centu a inilp tins |i»h(P'l the Hoiisp 57 to 13. Wanted—A ijirl for ijpneral honnewnrk in a umiill family. Apply atTiiK Herald I oflice. WH Mr. and Mrß. <ieo. Glazier were made lißppy l>y the arrival of a tpn pound itirl ] at their bon p N Sutnrday last. Ki«k ittili riiHtnii; tlDWare «ill give you gon ' ► 'rrice and ■ kve foo roooey. Yak ima Hardware Go>, aienta. Mrs. Tolivpr, mother of Mrs. s. c Henton, la ooder the care of Dr. Boeaer, »i. Ii an aggravated <'ane of grippe. On Sunday »t the CoDgrenatlnDal church the paktor will preach «t ii and I ; . 'rlnrk; Babbath Bch 'al 10; Kn- Ii r Hocli '■ at 0:3 I ■ irdially ' \a\ Hi d, the \ ak,mi,i Hardware Co haa it mm ' * larger linp Of pruning i-he'ir*. »n*t> and clippera than ever before. Good good« at bedrock pricw. Dr, (i'lnle!!, the newly arrived physi cian, pit liroken in. co 'n apeak, ...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 9 February 1899

The Yakima Herald. VOL. XI, m w _JT *■ ♦ <$• ±_ # t HP GOOD * FRUIT liP * A It is not a very desirable job at the best, and to do the work the 1 jtvxrrm. easiest and cheapest, the quickest and most thorough **!*" \\ you want first of all the * ill Best Spray Pump * We have them. The ADVANCE and POMONA pumps, for "^f f^n which we are agent, have proven to be the most satisfactory a IllJjfßTl pumps on the market. We will demonstrate that fact to you it '♦' /jljj you will give us a chance. Or ask any of your neighbors that /ill I used either of the above last year. Beside those named we have 'vA_ I(I I a nice line of Bucket and Barrel pumps from the cheapest to the [111 I best. Also a large assortment of Hose, Spray Nozzles and Fittings. ,i. . . We can give you a good Outfit at reasonable a price, ™ also Pruning Shears, Clippers, Knives and Saws. + MIA Hill ARE CBMPANI 1 ■♦» ■♦>> ■♦$♦■ ■*$£• -♦» ■♦>> •♦» ■*>> •♦>> I^™ SELLING OUT^s InlooluUt 111 bll AI IINlt!...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 9 February 1899

THE YAKIMA HERALD' Bull.'. 1.i.-.1.y * MrCfimli. I'ulill.li.-r.. NORTH 'i \MM \ WASH. THE NEWS OF I WEEK C'.mi|tr.'li»*ti«lvi' l!<<\lf\v <»r tti#» lm|Mirl :.nt llii|>|..'llili e < nf III.' l'»at AVI-rk t utl.-'l I -Mtn tilt- Trl#"i[r«pti Column*. fine I Biklingi oovering half .i blook in tht^ heart of the boiineM portion at Columbaa, <>„ were deetroyed by lire. The ttamportt, Ohio and Senator, bearing the Twenty-second infantry to the Philippine! have Balled from San Frantiaco. The MCOnd battalion ol tlie Seven teenth infantry are en route to Manila via New Ymk. They «:tilcl from that port on the transport Sherman. The huu'e-t combinntion of whisky aii'l diatilling interests yet attempted bat been concluded In New York, un der the title of the Kentucky Distillers «V Warehouse Company. Negotiations for the consolidation of the leading pottery interests have been concluded in New York by tho forma tion of tlm Amer,can pottery corn pa nics, with a capitalisation of...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 9 February 1899

by a njuoriiy of three The Paris Treaty Ratified by the Senate. AMENDMENT WAS VOTED DOWN A Npiritni Debate Pieeesle< Mm v»i», Mtiirh tM Titki'ti M tilt In tlio Afternoon-Kli'rrt of Killphio Ketolt. Washington, Feb. 8. — Botore the •en.tie COBVened today the Icadcts on both sides manifested great anxiety, and all seemed to be very iinirh in doubt as to tho final result, ratification or rejection teeming to depend upon SOVeral doubtful votes. It was known Saturday that the treaty could muster but ;>n votes. Leaders of the opposi tion to tho treaty wen standing »•< Brat as ever. After tlm senate went into executive session it was reported that McLaurin C'ld MoEneiy bad come over for the treaty, giving the necessary two-thirds. At the conclusion of tho diacuaafon on tho subject, Davis moved an execu tive pension, ami at 1:18 I. M. tho pen •t(l went into executive session foi tinal consideration of the peace treaty. McEnety offered a resolution declar ing that by ratification of...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 9 February 1899

THE YAKIMA HERALD. BAM KY. ITKSI.KV >t Me COMB. PnbllMben. Putin- ri ererj Tbnndajr; nbaerlpHoii Hoc 11 r reat in idranif .VilvertlnliiK r«ti'« Kppll< 4: mil Till /;>/.. 1) FEBRUARY », int. ' To*peace part) ol "l.itlle America" i^ growing tmsllct by dugr— ami btMtl* fully leM. Tiik llrßAi.i) i« worth t> » copy la Ma- 1 rnla md niiiv 6 rent! a ropy in i .kiinn. Distance lend* < i hanei ni< nl to the view. The cold weather Iroi* ■ bridgcdown at Moaratlne, luwa, laai Natnrday, Tbl»| tocoldeDOagh fur the priivcrliial DTMI monkey. Our Yxkiiiia bOJTI were not in tiie B»itn Ht Manila on Sunday iMt, luit what n more to the purpoae, the Filipino* were. Ftlfl I'.it-.-' tr. ■■' ■ l« hi' "' ""ill. The Filipino loe» in Sunday'b battle n M ••in ■ |lli ' "" I ' «nmi.tnd. »nd WOO (it- • •■ ■ I \ <" i"»nn it for get that many brave t»n» mn»t fall. A H'scel tell S,iii K-'aiiclß-'O last Thum day wiih otic n.iliion hottlee ol ix-cr i<<r the Dewey islands. This cargo of hi lar...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 9 February 1899

WHAT I'ROPLR SAY. Rev 1m W Kiminel —When 1 Wl the law I anvo up 11 rcrtiiinty M nnllini nimi v. fur Hie p'i!|iit. « l.iT' 1 the nvrlN iStboeaM. \N* iiii «< I POUIdOT h proi.fr ■arriitg* 11■•» i 1«>hI i itotwiea Hint ■ i »n --in irr.pil man mt\y half h m;in, I n» vcr null.l pamtnon a*» eovracl in mvii n tOBH I" sl.Hre my poycr'y. A. E. liiirtni —Tiih atoctma <1 PuOttr is a Rood IhlOM fir (tie luinhcr imliiHtry. Hi- will takoeara of thai intwotl you IIIHV he Kiirp. .1. 11. KrH/.nr— I am off for California la join my f-imily who are liv'tii: in Ijnn AnjH«'i I mild mv rrPMiiiPry to Mi- Mhbhth, Miller at A«an, of Ptattle, whs practically own mwl) nil the twatt^w* in YnkniiH. I'" ■! nit atainm tntcom bine until I forced them to huj me oul. It is bettor for tin' hriMn to n-w- » «ii. (jlo reopOfltible tirm control thoir niit-piit of milk, for tbey arc un':i mraol ttn-ir motnv. Miles Cannon — Si-rmtnr-elect Foatef haa adopted the pUti ol referrinu appli cant* f>r nili ■>• to t...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 9 February 1899

VJV Eaavc sen ov< kr-s!3p)»yl.y of* s< k<'Oßi<Misniri Organs, sail Bis c^'eESrss* condition v»Bii<'h wall £o sit away Im»I<»w sirflual valnr lo thy ri^litf |isn*Hi<i\«4 on iii^fsiSltnrii^, Imil Doßa'd- Wj /- liOiaff. They r*SS CJ« %oitek : .'. . " mo lla; 'ssfiEia ss year jsiro g85222. so c'sezb Is lor l« u«.^ " 11 '-^SXJfron 111 . Slltll I N. /;. . P.ri' ;; ;• Isssv« k I»i3£ II c ::r, no fOiiK' al tmvv if you :s $;< kiiisiiie bs9a*^:siei. ; ■ ■ . ,;. , . . . ; . ; l- - - - - „s_s, ■ ,„,,,,». ±xie v-/i,ey xj. i-jdieii 00., days for the cracker-jack lii^li flag K ed bicycles which > PORTLAND. OREGON pose to handle tlii^ season, will find ;■ ■■ >■>:;: ach uitag I ■ /^V A "VTT^TT^ "i"»T"»V/"*< /"* ft S~h m. a enquire pri L'JLA U JJHj ±>KICTGb, GeH. AgGllt, '. m thai we are sat i -lit >1 with vcr'y small profits. NORTH YAKIMA. WASH. REIIipiWS What is (ininij (in !);iils of Interest fo All Our I'cople. MISCELLAXROIS XEKS XOTRS Items of crsonal an...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 9 February 1899

THB CITY PATHCR9 BUST. — —— An Iwatfim Mcctlnj of the Counc.l >o Si:t A;jinst Bondsmen of Prossvy Yt! 1. O Jan.ckEUc--1 Tre.ii urcr otii.r Matters. Monday nlgbl thpre was a full coaarll, ' ii' ■.im m ttM chair A ::■ » p<>titK>n of ThoDiai Land tot Hqttof llccom vm n ■ . and alia « protml by propertj dwu* ■ era algned by I. II DUN, lota 7, S and 9; J. Mpticer and Giar* MttiK*r, im .">, .\. B. Wcp(|, lotg 1 bin 1 L\ Ctwetity (eft of the latter ; i .1. 1J |,«ni« l,v W. I. Btalowc . ■ ■,:•!!.! [ ■. i ii . k ::i . am ! 'i Jam ik ami *l. .-: . l .' an< ik, lot 6; 11. A Karthaw, lot 4; W I. Htein* wen, lota 10 and 11 ; Mra, Aim lv Ward. In - 1 urn) j. nil in hi >ck :s I Mr pHrk ■ ■i • i, . ; proper i If.* o . hi •> ■ ■ .■ 'i beii ■ i : 11 is tin ". . ■ i thiii W, I in • ■' utter for 1. H I. > . • I K*'r*ha« al rhe -I Jin . • ami until ■ ■■■„■ ■ '"■ ■■:-■ '■ ■ irp - - ■■ •' ■ protp-t. I! . ii M .- . pn i in Ins approval o( the lii-enn • Ma ' . pritua 11"; ii I rit...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 9 February 1899

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Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 9 February 1899

>£ NEW STORE NEW GOODS f* * NORTH YARIMA FURNITURE COMPANY * Having opened up a stock of New Goods consisting of Parlor and Bedroom tjj . Furniture, Couches, Tables, Chairs, Mattresses, Window Shades, Picture Moulding and Frames, Iron Beds, &C, we solicit a share of the public favor, Paints, Oils & when purchasing articles in our line. We are here to remain and build up a Glass Dry & business of which we may be proud aid which will be a credit to the com munity. We believe the quality of our stock and the prices are right and A.E.HOWARD, Liquid Colors, ask V(JU to come aml set , „s Yakima Aye., next door west Golden Rule *" L Fb' NT ' , • Hropnetors ZZI'Z ———^North VaMma Furniture Company MARKETABLE 1 Xl ITS. Some Useful Hints on Choosing and Packing Fruit Extracts From i Valuable Ad dress by Frank L Wheeler Frank 1,. WheeVr, whose likeness is here reproduced, through the courtesy and permission ol Ranch and Kin^e, is one of the uiuHt progressive ami best posted fruit...

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