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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 23 February 1899

PROFKSSIOSA L YA RDS. t'Aßßi'i.l. H Mllll, ► 'lli'tntinrr, Ih% I' Kni.i.khakt, North YHkim* ( <K\VKs AKM iI. KM ART, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Ktxnn* 7 mi-l R, Second llitur, Kirft Itaiionft] Hank bnil'ilDH loM> .v UdTHRIE, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. ovit Flint National Bank, Nortli yaktm»,Wa»l W'JII TSO.N .vI'AKKKK' <»»» whit»o* > > \ "[| ! I'AHKKR ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Cynfltpi in Mint v« » HHiik Batldlng I><k ,1. i. A Kldii. ATTORNEYS AT LAW. > ■ \> i Vakimn Vatmnal Bank, Kortl VhW! mim. \\ h-U iiie'i'li. 1 HIS li. Hi IYI E ATTORNEY AT LAW. iillli't: is lin IIKRAI.iI Hi II.DINU, \\ '' I prftrtirs in nil f "i(i cotiftH nl the stat c nnrl 11. > l.iihl (li!i.>s 1 I. BANKS, •I • DENTIST. office oy< r P(wtoffire, Yakima HM'inic, Nortl \nk i ntH. / « ■;. DULI9, I'HVSICI W imi -' KUEOX. tlrbliMltfelUl butlitiliß. North Vnkinm. Dfflre buiin n (•> ;- m. in.; i.' hi i \>. m.; ii t.» .' ■ |i 111 . mil Hi I ' J) N t,n|:|i|;V M I), Physician an o Si i;i. \.< in. It'inr...

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 February 1899

NEW STORE NEW GOODS «* * NORTH YAKIMA FURNITURE COMFI! * Having opened up a stock of New Goods consisting of Parlor and Hedroom p -I . , Furniture, Conches, Tables, Chairs, Mattresses, Window Shades, Picture man see Moulding and Frames, Iron Reds, &c, wo solicit a share of the public favor, when purchasing articles in our line. We are here to remain and build up a business of which we may be proud and 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, rine Line OI as k you to come an d see us Yakima Aye., next door west Golden Rule ' p rO p r j -tors Carpet >s«^,> -> —-—- North VaKima Furniture Company IMA LOCAL llllCS Intcrcstinn Neuslcts Arnni()cd for Herald Readers. BUSINESS, PRKSOXAL. SOCIAL Items Gathered by Hustling Reporters *nl Boiled Down to the Right Point for Quick Perusal and Easy Digestion. K. Btrobacb returned from Olyrapla on Siiiutiiy liinlit. Superior disc •1 ri 11r« lire aold by the Ya...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 23 February 1899

GEOrtOh TVASIiiXuTOJC, tin- hiro, has always obscured George Washington the man, and yet th« aterrtng quali ties of the man made the hero. Whenever the two character! have t>«-«-n distinguished they hare made aeparata studies, with the ivnult t lint one clau of writen make him n sublime genlm and the other a common place man made great by circumstances. Washington waa us great in wladom ami foresight and as unerring In Judgment as a atatesmail «■■ be waa ax a soldier. His physical endowment*, his ijualltiea of miml, his habits, education and training—all tended to round him nut and develop him into a perfectly balanced mnn. So one faculty belns developed above another Kim> his life ■ ■implicit? thai appeared commonplace, but it was the ■Implicit; of genlua. Tbonith v man of »;r<-:»i dignity he was easily approached. An aristocrat by lineage he wns n man of the [ pie. Extremely modest he was fond of state nn<l of cort 111<■ 11>-. Though h;* outdoor life us a surveyo...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 23 February 1899

Ttnn't IT»v» to Walt. We don't have to wait, for ool«l, *ore- B'n» ;n. 1 hi.trues will ouiue on from neaaiva rieronu>, Liv it Will go imme diately .ifter neing St. Jacobs Oil to •often and Mreiigthvii the strained mucclec. A Mfrf> Imfiii ihiT "Do you know that in Kiipgin a man Hoptm't become of ago until lie is 26 yearn ol<l?" "Yes, and as far ap hin ritizenchip is roiiierned it doesn't do him much good , to become of age even tiien."—Cleve land Lea Her. Salt Rheum, Hands Would Crack Open "1 cannot cay too much hi praise o( Hood's Hnrpaparilla, as it has worked wi'ii'lni in mv ease. I wan afflicted with Halt tin inn on my li:iiiilh for many years. I tiied many reinedieH but did not ohtain relief. My hands would crack opon and ble«d | i.iiii-i-iv mid the pain WM terrible to btar. Binot taking Hood's Sarsaparilla the tieeh haa hciilcd and my hnndn aro as ItDOOth H8 a farmer's hands Could lie. I have recommended Hood's Barnparilla to mv friends, and as far :ih I can learn it h...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 23 February 1899

RoYal Baking Powder Made from pure cream of tartar. Safeguards the food against alum. Alum baking powders are the greatest menaces to health of the present day. DOVAt BAKIHO EQWOtH CO , XC« YtMIK. IBM I COUNTY Whiit Is (mini] mi in the \ci<|hhorim| Towns iiinl VlthfCS. BKIKI 1 PERSONAL SEWS NOTES Paragraphs of a Social and Gossipy Nature Written Especially for "The Herald" Readers ty Up to Dale Correspondents. Prosser Pick Ups. M. L Weston has sold to 8. Wilting 100,00(1 lbs of wool for the San Francisco or Boston market. M. U. Weston went to Yakima on bus iness recently. \V. A. Maxwell, of Arlington, will start lip the defunct l'rosser American right away. Mr. and Mrs. Verdan and children, of North Yakima, are expected next week. They will locate at this place. J. L. Stat'khuiise and K. F. Benson were here on business. J. 11. Barley went to Yakima on busi ness. A Mr. Bcbofleld from Mitchell, Ore., ban charge of Svuft i^ Oo'l, sheep. ('. 11. Denley'e store wus broken into and con...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 2 March 1899

The Yakima Herald. VOL. XI, *\&L &- ZttL *&*. -tfte- eme> 2! amm Tfr; 1?i Tf^ Ift Ifr Tfr Tfr jf? *TlEF»rsFPll!j^^ * ■*'♦"*- .^mmmW^m*^^^ j^m\^mmmm9^^~~^ltr \~~~ *9WgT T ll | " (" r ■ ----- *-*i.i Ammmm\W iPv' ttJffrtbK **"" A THE BEST PLOW MADE! -eft*- —— - - . We have a full line of Canton W Farming Tools. Red Bird Sulky Plows. Canton Gang Plows. *T Canton Disc Harrows. Pipe Frame Lever Harrows I AL Every Tool Guaranteed Perfect. See Them Before You Buy. "s** ', YAKIMA HARDWARE COMPANY H TT j-n CT^Ji a^i\ 1 t0 c same peopk every reason, besides securing many %/%/ fr-^ K^ I I customers. The secret: We don't deceive you and han- m *tmwW Va/-*-X jj c on jy SU( a ci goQfjs as we can recommend. A single , misrepresentation might cost us our reputation. Orescent Bicycles have won us many friends They will again be our leader in 1899. New Models now on exhibition. Improvements in frames, handle bars, rims, and at nearly every point ****** staSers MOORE <Ss MOORE stat. h...

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

[HE YAKIMA HERALD. BAII.EY. TI'ESI KY A Mcl'OMß. Publishers. »«blla!e<l every Tlnn-ailay; anbacrlptlon 11.00 p«r >ear In advance. A.lvertiaing ratea iiihiii application. THURSDAY, MARCH!, 1899. The Herman emperor has ordered hie war vesse'a to withdraw from Manila bay. __________ In throwing the burden upon Governor Rogers of vetoing the outrageous }oIK),* COO capitol appropriation, the Opposition pi.t a feather in his cup, lor nine-tentlia of the people are wilh him. Hourke Cochran '■> defining the differ ence bit ween expansion and imperialism uses learned phrases much above his reputation a« a juris-consnlt. There is tint a genome imperialist in the United statis today. Some people, like Senator Hoar for instance, liken Aguinaldo to (ieorge Washington. Home take the other ix treme ami compare bim to Mark Haniiii. It is a far cry Inmi Washington to Hanna Col. Lewis signalised his retirement from congress with a valedictory sel lorn ■quailed for genuine eloquence. He mad.,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 2 March 1899

Mothers, we can fix out the big boys or the little tots with late styles and servicable suits If you want a stylish turnout or livery rij; of any descrip tion, you can get it at the O. K. Stables SECOND STREET. i, B^nrWa! IWl^Byfr^B f ** *• mtULaX, L*^**-m9mma\mmW*mn^S^ Finest Tnrnonls in the City. Saddle horses to let. Hoarding and feeding ol horses a ape.ialty. You will find (onrteous treatment and prompt service with us, and our rates are ail right, too. A. J. HII, Prepr. c J Fish, Oysters, hresh p flnltry jjj Vegetables at the Avenue Fish 'Mar ket, :' doora west of the Domestic Bakery. OLYMPIA AND A c i Ap - BALTIMORE WySlcrS in bulk. They are very fine; try tbem. Smoked and Fresh I* i.-h of all the leading varieties. FARMERS ** ** call and see us and leave ua your vegetables for cash or trade. We also solicit a shar.i of public patronage. Free delivery to any part of the city. Only First-Class (iihhls kept in Stock. MELROSE A MoCAUSTLAND, P.O-.1.T... Highest Cash prices Paid fo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 2 March 1899

PROrESfUONAL V \RDB ■ in:*.l.l. It. i.e. i> r.a. (tHenabuig, Ika I' KN..1.1 m i :i. North Yaklmr t 'HAVE* .v ENULEHART, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Ronma 7 and R, fl :i I onr, First Nationa Rank l.iiil.in.r [ON EM .v (itITHRIK. ATTORNEYS AT LAW. * hit Kirst National Hani.. Nurtli Yakima, Wa*-t VVHITSON h PARKER; '"»'" wwittoi > > I l lll'.l. IAKKKR ATTORNEYS AT LAW. tOT '■'■ •■ la Hrsl Hatt-nnal Hank Rnlldltig IXMiLE A II It iti. ATTORNEYS AT LAW. iifttee. over Vakima National Hank. Nortr. I'Hklmii. il Mhington. lulls i,. HuYI.K. ATTORNEY AT LAW. uHii i; is Tin*, in.km.ii iii ll.mm;. Will practice In all tits courts ol the state uml r. s i..ii.i turn-fa I X HANKS, tt • DENTIST. <>rn>«- over Poatoffioe. Yakima avenue, Sort! Vtt k i i. i m / ] X. DULIS, M. I> I'HYflll I \'- RGKOX. Krblixttfeldt bal ling, Sorth Vakima 11tin r bonrn n to Mi ■. m li to 2 p in * i 7 '■' |i in . :t * : st tibebt. ]> n. (iokdkn, m. d , Physician and Surgeon. Hour* i. in * m. i to* p. m., ni nl...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 2 March 1899

what reoms say. I»r. Taft —It would have probably been I better for t'ul. Brian had be taken a 'rip around th- World when he left the nrtny. There wnul I have been less crticism of bis policy on th» expansion problems DM Hare—l am ah mt tn dlapoaa oil my band ol 14:1 horses to parties in Spo kane. Should the dpal IhII through I shall take my thoroiighlirels tn that city for a market, Horses that I gat all the wav from *iit> Ut $100 lor wool I bring $2.>il in the east. Lincoln Dillev—Ju.lno Haufiird ruled In the Crowder cane that an assault upon a United States Marshal in a commis sioner's court wan not bh oAm against an officer in the discharge of his duty, as the commissioner do"s not sit as a rourt. Judge Bofle raised the point Irom a in'.e decision ol the United Sihlim snprema I court. D. L Crowder—lt cost me t'24b to go over to defend m\ self for Ibe alleged ap aault, before Judge Hanford, I had eight witnesses at my own expense. Seven of ihese have made oath lhat I was st...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 2 March 1899

SECOND-HAND ORGANS! We have live* or six second-hand organs which we will sell at #15 to #6.1. The #65 organ is an almost new Estcy, anil is a big bargain. See these in strument* soon, for such snaps <lo not last long. ggj We are Still at War! H t^^ll H Anyone wishing "Hot Shots", or in other f vl***™j*p \Bh=mm . wor *„ BAR-GAINS, in new Pianos and Or- i ifnff7l m M ' !■■■ wIM ii,l€l !t wor*h lI|C tin,e to *te|* ln l^^^^^^k^^^^^^t^Si a,ul Sc* prices and terms. The present high z^==^~^^^__^_^^i freight is not affecting our terms as we still lT =7E=^^^^^^^-:] ■ coMtin«c to give you Eastern prices. The g P ' W ! only way we have of proving this is to make 111 J j| ! ! you an actual sale. I Conic and See Us ~^^^^~~^^^^C^- We ,| C |y t'umiM'litioii at home •r elsewhere. "Monarch" I «« Bicy cies The Wiley B. Allen Co., Our recent invoice includes a num- PORTLAND, OREGON ber of high grades ranging from #35 to #45. The very best wheels on the market. See them CLAUDE BRIGGS, Geil. Ageilt,...

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

mAta^ We have some Handsome Things in the Line of AT . . FURNITURE . . SIDEBOARDS, mmr See What center tables, we have DINING TABLES talhtTiinL" r n"tuTprS If in BOOK CASES and We f Is° h L avf a ,v"supply of A^LmMW pai a aai-i r-% r-p^. <-«. *^>--^ *-*».«*. window shades and mattresses Mm ENAMEL BEDSTEADS Your patronage solicited. li. * * NORTH YAKIMA FURNITURE COMPANY NOKTH YXKI.MA AM) VICINITY. Tuesda), after ths enow storm of Mon day night was bright and balmy. I'runers and Spriy pumps at loWMt prices at Wallaca-Cobarn Hardware Co>. Yakima bop buyers want to contract lor the new bop crop at 11 cents. John Reed is la town from his raorb near Sunnyside. Wanted—Men and teams. F. Gro sben. Knipiire at Collin Bros. (lit W. A. Kelso, of Kelso Br is., Kiona, was in the city Tuesday. - A. B. Wilcox and Grace Goodwin have been licensed to wed. The superior court set tbe Longmire water case for Monday, March 80. Place yonr orders early for hop twine with the Vakinia Hardware Co. ...

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

RoYal Baking Powder Made from pure cream of tartar. Safeguards the food against alum* Alum baking powders are the greatest menacers to health of the present day. »o»>t mam mama ea, am nm. ■■11l What l*» (iiiinij on in the NcitihUorint] Towns iind Villages, BRIEF PERSONAL SEWS NOTES Paragraphs of a Social and Gossipy Mature Written Especially for "The Herald" Readers by Dp to Date Correspondents. Prosser Plck-Ups. We would like to know why Jo-Jo went to Sunnyside last Friday night. K. K. Anderson, of Mabton, is at pres- ( ent engaged in the dining room of Kd'si restaurant. Our niatllng warehouse men, Messrs. Weston A Kagan, are busy baling wool preparatory to snipping eaat. Work has again begun on tbe Northern Pacific in full blast. Tbey have a steam ■ shovel loading cars witb gravel near here. It is reported tint I'rosser is to have ! another newspaper. We wish it success and trust it will he longer lived than our !«•■■! one. Mrs. Kate Brown has on exhibition in ber parlors in th...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 9 March 1899

The Yakima Herald. VOL. XI, *\fo. ±&c. .&*. a&L amm amm em\> -e$- -AL TfTj TttK lyt y^ _\*l .-Tit Farms FillA^o «. "*•*•*' —emmW* JAT A* mmaa m\\\la\*A —ammmm\\\\w^^ /JT^Bt dAw\ at,'* A*. am Kwlv ■^^^ ffy ■■ Aatm ullllll J^^^gST THE BEST PLOW MADE! nA*" __ . We have a full line of Canton * Farming Tools. Red Bird Sulky Plows. Canton Gang Plows. Canton Disc Harrows. Pipe Frame Lever Harrows l Al Every Tool Guaranteed Perfect. See Them Before You Buy. * YAKIMA HARDWARE COMPANY * mm.-* Sm. sa*,. Three Drawer High Arm Pacific Queen, $24 75 wwnO iS lit „,. ' Climax 26 75 Need Ot 3* Five Drawer High Arm New Home, 33 25 Sewing " " " " Eldrid&e B« 333° Drop head Pacific Queen, 29 39 Machine 7 " » New Home, plush top, 39 00 staSers MOORE & MOORE staSers iETE^W : YORK : CASH : STORE. SEE WHAT WE ARE OFFERING ! r'-V^m gf** Trad* Mark It Means:^-^ THB fctTSSL Here's *** spot^,* Yard wide values. ** am, .a a - _ _ -- r% That's what wins— Getting' there Tasteful in design. ...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 9 March 1899

rilE YAKIMA HERALD. lIVII.KY. TI'KHI.KV ,k MilllMll, PlUMwa I'uhllal i-.l every Tluinnlay; aiii>acrl|itlnn 11.00 I. i •m; iii adraaaa. Ailvcrtlalnii ratea iiisin application. TiIIRSDAY, MARCH 9, 1899. 1111. MBDICAI LAKE FABCK. The Tacoma Ledger's startling head line on Ihe Medical Lake asylum does not bear out Ibe facts ol the legislative iiivtitiga'mn. What's thia that roars so load and thunders in tba index '.' There does not eeem to have been any em balmed beet, but complaint is made that the supply of heel vuis cut one-half and pork eubatltated. Probably the board of audi and control believed tbßt variety is the Spice ol life. Then again a fearful i barge is uisde lhat the board raised the requisition lor MOO pounds of oatmeal to 26,000 pounds. This is too bad. Tbe lioiir.l should nut strive to overfeed the iomali s. The weather waa aim cold ami created diecotnfort. No doubt of it. We bad only 10 below iv Yakima against 40 degrees bel a al Mi lical Lake, and tbe nipping no.i ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 9 March 1899

18 ' lIS IS IS lIS TRUE TO NAME. Those interested in raising a large red apple and in having their trees bear true to name, can find such fruit trees at my nursery on Nob Hill, North Yakima, Wash. I have over 75,000 of the finest select stock of home grown trees ever ex hibited iv Washington. I have cut scions personally from the original fruit trees which my labels represent. I have used every precaution to please the public as well as myself. I defy competi tion in price as well as qual ity of trees. lam vow pre pared to begin taking up trees for spring planting, and I can say you will nev er be sorry for purchasing trees from my nursery. My trees have been examined by our county inspector, Or lando Heck, and have been pronounced by him free of pests of every kind. I guar antee every tree to have a splendid first-class root. IE us m. 1 year oil trees, per 100, $ 5.00 1 year old trees, per 1000, $40.00 2-YKAR OLDS THK SAME. REFERENCES: "This to certify that J. A. Waters, of the Yak...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 9 March 1899

BIG SNAP!** An a I mosl new organ for S 17.00. Don't wait iiflifil it I* !•■«• ■>»* moment nice and secure the bargain of yonr life. Thi* i* only one of many *nap*, nut ■ the best one we have offered yet. 85581 We are Still at War! Il^E^^^Jl SB" 1 f] Anyone wishing "Mot Shot*", or in other I word* BARGAINS, in new Piano* and Or rg^^^e' gan* Will find it worth the time to step in §^&^^^^^^^^^^^f and get price* and term*. The present high freight i* not affecting onr terms ns we still W* "J] T* 5*s"^^ continue to give yon Eastern price*. The | Iff w only way we have of proving thi* i* to make IL W L—^. II yon an actual sale. We are selling on an av §iMr=======^ S==^^ % l vrnze one piano a day, and will give the name* -=======^--M of purchasers to those interested. We defy q|?^ competition at home or elsewhere* "Monarch" ««Bicycle* The Wiley B. Allen Co., The MONARCHS are provided with the _-.__. .Mn O RF«ON BEST tire manufactured, made from hand- PORTLAND, UHfcfciUlM wove Irish...

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

Mothers, we can fix out the big boys or the little tots with late styles and servicable suits If you want a stylish turnout or livery ri^ of any ikscrip tion, you can jret it at the O. K. Stables BMCOND STREET. Finest Tnrnonts in ttie City. Saddle horses to let. Boarding and feeding of horses a spe.'ialtv. You will tind courteous treatment and prompt service with ns, and our rates are all right, too. A. J. SHAW. Propr. c Fish, Oysters, bresh p OE j !ry an fl I Vegetables at the Avenue Fish JMar ket, " doors west of the Domestic Bakery. OLYMPIA AND n*7ctPre BALTIMOBK vJySICi 2» in bulk. Tbey are very fine; try them. Smoked and Fresh Fish of all tbe leading varieties. FARMERS ** ** call and see us and leave us your vegetahles for caafa or trade. We also solicit a share of public patronage. Free delivery to any part of the city. Only First-Class Hoods kept in Stork. MELROSE A MoCAUSTLANO. 4 Paaaanraaa Highest Cash prices Paid for BEEF HIDES, SHEEP PELTS, CALFSKINS'^"" FDRS.... Our line...

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

PROFI.SSIOSAL t'AADA. c ibk.'l.i. B. HBAVas. Kllciialmre, la* I' Knoi.kii »rt. North Yakima / J RAVES A ENGI.EHART, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. BiMima 7 and K. Him mid Hinir, Flrat Nations: Bank building. TONES A UOTHRIE, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. .iver First National Bank. North Yakima. Wast WHITSONAPARKER! •■""" "»«*»?» \ \ 1 FKKIi I'IRKKS ATTORNEYS AT LAW. fef-ttmif iii First Rational Rank Bull.line JHXiLE fi RIGG. ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Ofllcea nvi'r Yakima Nalumal Bank. Niirtl Yakima, WasbiliKtnn. VOHM O. B'IYI.F. ATTORNEY AT LAW. OmCB 1^ NIK HKIIM.I) 111 II lIINd. Will practice in sll tbe courta of the st ni »■ ami I. S I.iii.l Ollices I K. BANKS, tl . DENTIST. iifTic.. ove! I'..*-♦..Bice. Yakima avenue. Nortl Yakima. / i 7. I'l'l.lN, M. l> 111 i -:• i vn \si. 81 KUEON. m 1i1...1i!..;.it building, Nurth Yakima, I* . c houri t tn 1" H. in. : I J I.i 2 p in : i. lii 7 ... p m . and ai night. 1) n. uorden, m. d . Physician and Scrgeon. Hours lv tn i* « ii... I in i p, m : ;to» p. m., au.l at night O...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 9 March 1899

gAjat We have some Handsome Things mmam mo^ in the Line of AT ■ ■ FURNITURE . . SIDEBOARDS, See What CENTER TABLES, H we have DINING TABLES t^^ If in BOOK OASES and We tiso s**J a ,v"supply <* a^a-aT^B f-LI Aai^l 1-k ■— man am*, aaaa. ■— mmm a-a. window Shades and HiattrCSSCS ■ ■ ENAMEL BEDSTEADS Your patronage solicited. I * * NORTH YAKIMA FURNITURE COMPANY NORTH YIKIMA AM) VICINITY.! David McAlpine, of Kiona was in the' city Wfdr eaday. K. N. Harrison dehorned tWtßty head • of cattle tbis Week. Furnished room for rent. Cor B and < Ahlanum avenue. B*2t' Alfalfa, timothy and red clover seed in I large quantity at Collin Bros. 8-tf Ont. Fred Miller leaves Sunday night for Spokane and his new field of labor. The bankruptcy hearing nf Captain ,1. M. Thomas is set fnr the ltith ol this* month. I PHOTOS—A limited number of photos at 05 cents per dozen. Best finish. 8 tf -Jama & Bushmill .1. V.. Banks, the dentist, has purchased through Kelso fi Foster, the Sandmeyer. property o...

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