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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 13 April 1899

ME VAKIMA HLKALD. j Htil.KV. TIK.sI.KV A. .MK'iiMH, l'ul.li<-tii** * Hulih e.| iv, ri Tliiirn.U). labKTlptlntl #1.00 pr rear la sdvsaes. Advertising rate« ill*.ll application Till KSH.4Y. Al'lilL l.t, 1899. Aguinaldo BOW high, but we must ' ive bim. Thk 111 urn 11 ia not engaged in pre •aetitiiig itself any violet-acented boquets . heae days for items cleaned outside the ! ounty -riii.l labeled Ysklma news. The ..lily liinjuels we receive are tendered by tbo public. Monday's 1 iregoniati gives Increasing •Widelice of gooti times iv Multnomah COOnty, There are IB columns of solid . mpareii advertisements of sheriffs ■sales. The (iregonian seems to be proa poring, anyhow. Tbe power that dominates the Pacific "Coati will rule the world. — Tacoma ' «»>. Is Saul ais.i among the prophets.' Tin MOWS is gradually getting around on the right side of ttlS expansion idea and iv harmony with the commercial interests of tlie coast. The esteemed Walls Walla statesman -1 Informed that Yakima...

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. — 13 April 1899

If you want a stylish turnout or livery rig of any descrip tion, you can get it at the O. K. Stables SECOND STREET. I Vi ,*/r" ""~*^-*"*N.a ■■*■ .tiLit-*Pi*?>-'it^m. y *» r.__ . .- '..S^A— Finest Turnouts in the City. Saddle horses to let. Hoarding and feeding of horses a specialty. You will tind courteous treatment and prompt service with us, and our rates are all right, too. A. J. SIIWV, Propr. Mm il be When you |0 Io I'rosser to Imy Harness, but rii tn 1,. H. I.apes, as he has a lirst class harness shop ami his stock is complete in Light and Heavy Harness, Saddles. Bridles, Blankets, Gloves, AxldOtim IB fact everything parried in a tirst-clan* liamrss whop. A full line of tlie International Stock Food. All -goods guaranteed first-class and sold il bed look prices for cash L. ID. LAPE Prosser. Wash. SEE CURRY BROS.' (The Yakima Aye. Tailors) ANNOUNCEMENT NEXT WEEK. Highest Cash prices Paid for BEEF HIDES. SHEEP PELTS, CALF SKINS sr~-~" FURS Our line of fresh Meats. Hams and Bac...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 13 April 1899

The Spoiler. (Aflat Hit' iiikiiiut nf Kti«lv»nl Rtpttaf i A woman tiii-re win, mi«. -V- wrote for tin (A* vnn or f mlifht ilo ) Stat told how to (lit Mini fit a )Irt'*v Aii*l ho* to MMI many . w.vory mvM, I.ut -»he never hail dune it bffMlft I |IM| (Wliii h noin' of her rfHih'r«« knew.) (>, tlip hour we -»*ix'iiT nti<t the tlour we ("juMit. An-l theMiuMr we WHxird i i tit' km ml. At the t.t-Mt of »i WO—■ who never hurt cooknl fABd MOD V.kttOH that »lienever OOttM COQk.) And mIA hot mxli r«rait<l. \ woman there ua*- anit she wrote r'jjht fair. (A» you or I might «1o.) How nut of h hanel to make a chair. To he covrrcl with chin*/ ami ntutTcl with hair, ' i 'wm ihi a'l urn any parlor. ami u-lve it an air' (Ami v .* thought the talc *M true ) 0, the ilay» we worked ami the way*; wa worke'l t_\ hummer ami wavy aid ha'-k. In making a chair in which no one wouhl ait, A chair in which no MM couH poMtbl| *■' Without a eri.-k in hi* hack. A woman there watt, mil ifef ha<l her fnn,...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 13 April 1899

Fourteen Trains Each Day. Tlie Northern Pacific now atari, two trains Irom St. Paul and two Irom the Sound .nd Portland, daily. There arc fourteen train, d.ily moving .long the; 2,000 miles between Portland aud Iliihith. j They .ggrcgate more than 100 care of va rious sorts. Traiii No. 1 will leave St. Paul at 8:55 it. in.; train No. li at in :4o p. m . after all trains have arrive.t from tbe east and smith, morning and evening. Train No. 2 will leave Portland at II :3) a. in. and No. 4 at 11:00 p. m., Arriving at St. Paul 2:00 p. in. .nd 7:30 a. m., respectively, in time for all departing trains eastward. One train goes via Helena, Mont., ami one via Butte, In oach direction. These trains run through the most important cities of the north west and are hauled by new and enormous Schenectady locomo tives, making, when necessary, 75 or HO miles an hour. Inquiries regarding this new train service may Im ad iressed to any Northern Pacific Agent, or to A. D. Charlton, A.st. tlen'l Pass. ...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 13 April 1899

Druj^ist L^^Al^^l ioc eN T WWcffAM BAIVHi Ely's Cream Bairn p^rEv^S| It 1.1.-lit ni I ' _._*. — „ •■na A fH th. Vi-ii reamey.. PQI D'N H EAD Allan Infl-vniiiatiim. WW-fcW aeeanrte. Ileal*, ami I'rou-cti the Meuii.rane. Hi-miri-a tin Benaea <f '1 Mte and Mnell. X..11 M &uc.; Ti.u Si/c iK- . at lirn.xi'ta nr ny miiil. l-.1.Y lllti > I'll BBS, 5« Warren Street, New York. PROFFSSIOSII, CARDS. . auk .ii li iirivks. Kllen.lninr. Ika 1' KMLSS.Bf. North Yakima ( jJRAVKrt A ENGLKHART, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Kfiniiis 7 and tt, Second floor, Ftr»t National Hank b.lldlot. JONES .V GDTHRIK, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. (iver Kirst Natlonsl Hank. Nortli Yakima, Wast WHITSON &PABKEBI t___ wsiwo. ATTORNEYS AT LAW. fSr-iltßio In First National Bank Building. DpOLE A RIUG, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. (KTlre. over Yakima National Bank, North Yakima, Wai-hliigtou. VdllN (i. BOYI.K, ' ATTORN KY AT LAW. OmCB IN THK lIKKAI.II 111 II.DINd. Will practice in all the courts of the state and I. S. Land Ollice.. 1 K. HANKS...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 13 April 1899

XOKTH YXKIMA AM) VICINITY. Mrs. John Rysn left Saturday for El* lenshnrgtovi-.it relatives. M. S •horn's vehicles make a friend every time be sells one. H-tf Mr. and Mrs. Slemmons were Kllens burg visitors Saturday. Tbe I'lmnli Bicycle "stands the racket." Mieß Urippy, of the Seminary Tacoma, is spending her vacation in Vakima. For Spray PSBOS and l'runing Tools see the Yakima Hardware Co. Andrew S. Burleigh, nf Seattle, late re ceiver of the Northern Pacific railway has moved to Republic to practice law. All kinds of shirtwaist and beauty pins at Keene's. g C. E. I.urn Jr., of I'asco, is kepping house for bis parens in this city during their absence in the east. Schorn's vehicles stand the test more years than sonic others do months. 10-tf t John Foster of Yakima was in Klleua lnirg list w.ek buying beef cattle fur the Sound markets. If you want a wheel that will give you good service get a I'lm nix. See the Yakima Hardware Co. about them. The l.illie bouse has undergone a com plet...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 13 April 1899

STORY r\m^m-7\tm^_m._^_^'e>^_^_^_^<_ **._■*_■•*% _^m^tavr\£ £ f)esperate Expedient, f , — | mv.m-t*m:-um.-_^'v.m_m-v : m-__*<y_*'_^^ DX BOBERT HI'CHANAN cnll ed on his old buchelor uncle otic afternoon In answer to n note. ile was not in n piirtlciilnrly pleasant frame of mind. As he rang the la-ll be was thinking what a very weary world tbis Is for a young medical gentleman who has not enough of this world's Jikmls to fell Justified In asking the loveliest girl In the world. Euld Hum phrey, to become his wife. When ushered Into tbe library, how ever, he answered his uncle's greeting with ns cheer; ■ nod as be could man age, the two being really fond of each other. "Well. Robert," said the old gentle man, getting down to business at nine. "I want to talk to yon about your tiled leal practice; how Is It progressing?" "I am glad to be able to say that 'progressing' Is the right word, t'ncle Tom, but It is slow." "llf COUrSe It is slow; whnt else did you expect? Let's see, you...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 13 April 1899

Tenter Pleeh. Ths more tender the Besh, the blacker the bruise. The sooner yon use St. Jacobs Oil, the quicker will be the cure oi any bruise, snd any bruise will disappear promptly under the tieatment oi the gteat remedy. Kite.l on to Hint. Angry Father—How dare you show yonr fare heie again? Persistent Suitor—Because 1 could not leave it at home. —Illustrated American. ".Better Be Wise """ Than Rich." Wise people are also rich when they know a perfect remedy for all annoying dis eases of the blood, kidneys, liver and bowels. It is Hood's Sarsaparilla, which is perfect in its action. It so regulates the entire sys tem as to bring vigorous health. It never disappoints. Coltre—"For 42 years I had goitre, or iwelllngi on my neck, which was diaeonr* ■guig ami troublesome. Rheumstism slso annoyed me. Hood's Sarsanarilla cured me completely and ihe ■Willing has en tirely ilisa)i|iearcil. _ lady in Michigan ww mv previous tettlmonlsl nnd used Hood's and was entirely cured of the same tmuh...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 13 April 1899

no, we are not going to move, dissolve partnership or tell you any other ghost story but if you are in need of clothing.shirts, underwear, hats,or anything in gentle men's wearing apparal you will find if you call and see us, the greatest assortment in town. It is our special and exclusive line. Come and see it. We will save you money. No sleight of hand performances with us. No juggling. All goods marked in plain figures. i. h. m_ co. THK LOCAL KOI'MMT. M. Schorn sells standard vehicles only. ltl-tf Dr. Hill went tn Kiona Momlay on a sick call. The Catholic congregation are planning a grand stone cathedral. A coffin was sent to Kiona yesterday by Lombard A Horsley. Name of de ceased unknown. We meet all rut* in prices on groceries and continue to give 111 oz. to the pound. Kinskv .V I'll. (ieorge Price, an old soldier, went to Spi kane today to answer loan in dictment for selling liquor toan Indian. Ur. Frank is in San Francisco for a month or more with a view to sttending lectures...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 20 April 1899

The Yakima Herald. VOL. XI, * Standard Bine Flit JK. - * Md Oil Store P|l. IS JUST WHAT YOU WANT '^-I^3 PI L FOR SUMMER USE. "T" — •* The Standard for 1899 is a handsome stove, simple in operation, has powerful burner W giving a blue flame without smoke or odor. j Will do any kind of cooking or baking re= quired of any cook stove. See them. p i ». ii oi Convenienr. - we ore lett Apis —_ ___— ..— __._— . ■4- We are also agents for the J&&. Petaluma Incubator m*# »-J 130 EGG SIZE IN STOCK. "■ * YAKIMA HARDWARE COMPANY ' ****4- _ * * - wx*__m____ wi-M wrißßWa^Bß^^a^^B.i*^^e^B^BßS*i*^a^^ae^^is^a^oaJ SssSSßsSssSs IA SHOES sl \XS^L Don t make it your aim to buy cheap goods, Ik hut hu> 9oot* ffOOds cheap, and here m is where you will get them. For the next vti-i m% ° ll ___f THIRTY DAYS __ _________) you wi^ avc a cnance to £ et a $3.50 shoe for $2.90; its a Cor i| jfl ■/ dovan welt sewed bottom, plain toe, lace or congress, sold all m _____\_W over *or $^*50. *s easy anc* warra...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 20 April 1899

THE YAKIMA HERALD • ■llrr. Tur.lrf A Mi-Comb, r ..1.l l.hrr. NORTH YAKIMA WASH. THE NEWS OF THE WEEK I'oini.rrli-rimlv'P K-rvlrw of Ih* Import ant 11 ..I'l.i-H I "X* Of Iln- l'-««t tt.rk I i.11.'l I'rolll I li»- I.* l_ r..).1. I ..tut,,..* The hospital-ship Missouri bas ar rived at Fortress Monioe fiom Havana, with 212 sick soldiers. One thousand United States militia men will take part in the queen's birth day celebration iv Kingston, Ont. The sixth annual convention of the Association of Itailroad Aii Hrakcmen i* in session in Detroit, with about 100 delegates present. The British bouse of common* re jected the lull providing for the com pulsory reinstatement of Irish tenants evicted since 187 H. A miner bas reached Dyea, Alaska, who claims to bo the survivor of a party of three, two of whom were mur der.l by Chilkat Indians near the vil lage of Kliikwan. The men killed were Sidney Vance, un F.ngllshiiian, and Chnlrcs Brlckssn, a Swede. in the battle between the revolution ists un...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 20 April 1899

SALMON SEASON OPENED Good Run Expected Along the Columbia. — MOST PROPITIOUS OUTLOOK 1 Price* Am Exceptionally nigh and Canneries Are Prepared to Begin Operations on a Lara* Seal*. Astoria, April 17. —The fishing sea son opened nt noon yesterday, and pre parations have been made by both fish ermen and canneiymen for handling the largest pack put np on this river ! for years. An unusually large num ber of boats went out, nnd every can nery is prepared to begin operations on I large scale at once, and, with the ex ceptionally good prices prevailing for both raw and canned salmon, every in dication points to a most successful season. As to the run of fish, of course, noth ing can be foretold, but under natural conditions some decided results should be obtained fiom the artificial propa gation that has been carried on moie or less suicessfully on the Columbia river and its branches .luting the past few years. Last season a few of the fry turned out from the hatcheries in 18116 returned ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 20 April 1899

run yakuia herald. BAII KY. TtrgSl KY 9 M' I 'IMB, Pi 11.!,-'.. I p»bli«hc.l ever) Tiuinuiay*. ■übscTlpttoa line p»r M»r 111 s.lvame AitvrrtlsitiK rates upon application. Till HSH.4Y. M'RIL -'(', 1899. Till: NEW SCHOOL HOUSE. It is evident Hint Ihe proposition to build i new school house in the north end will fail to receive the requisite three till lis majority. The liriunccs of the district do not juslily so ■.•rent an outlay at Ibis tune. A proposition, if submitted, io add I.i the Columbia school would (noi ably carry. The assessed valuation of school district No. 7 is a million snd two hundred thousand dol lars. This at 5 per cent, the legal rate, firings the constitutional limit of indebt edness up to sixty thousand dollars. The bonded indebtedness is thirty-four and the Hosting indebtedness tea thou -and dollars. Here is a grand total of forty-four thousand dollars, to which must be added hy the erection of a new budding fifteen thousand dollars, mak ing in all nearly the ful...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 20 April 1899

If you want a stylish turnout or livery rip of any descrip tion, you can get it at the O. K. Stables AMCOm STREET. _ Jlfl_^rf*^*^_l^a\ n Finest Turnouts in the City. Saddle horses lo let. Hoarding nnd feeding of bofSSt a spe.-ialtv. You will tind courteous treatment and prompt service with ns, and our rates are all right, too. X. J. SHNV. Propr. Gentlemen. Don i tie fygrfioiefl When you go to I'lOlSm to bay Harness, bat go tv 1.. 11. Lapes, se lie lihs ti llrnt clnss banieai simp anil liis stuck Is enmiilete 111 Light and Heavy Harness, Saddles, Bridles, Blankets, Gloves, Axle ..rcase— in fart everything carried in a Int-doM htnuw ilmp* a full line Of the International stock Food. All poods guaranteed BfM-OIMI and sold at bod rock pneeß for ■ a-11 ..... L. XX LAPE Prosser, Wash. Highest Cash prices Paid for BEEF HIDES, SHEEP PELTS, CALF SKINS SF~ FURS Our line of fresh Meats- Hams and Bacon is al ways kept complete, clean and neat. If you are not already a customer give us a call. H...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 20 April 1899

SIGAK BERT (iKOKIMi. Letter From D. C Cortln to Hit Commercl* Club Tea Acres for Bens Will Be Sup tllti With sn J Fred Chandler is in receipt ol a letter addressed to the Coininer 'ial club, frm l. C Corbin, if Spnkan«, under date if \pril 12 Mr Chandler suggested that Mr. Cor on Hhniid hii I seed enough to plant ten acres in siinsr b jetH fnr a test, which he would distribute lo farmers in Yakima Mr Corbin doe* not think that would be a good ilea, or that it would furnish n Satisfactory test unless each farmer un dertook to put in two acres If live good 'armers will undertake to do this he will undertake to furnish the seed at once. The land lor the tests should be carelulli (irepared, subsoiled if possible, so as to stir it up to a depth of twelve inches. Ii '.bis cannot lie done then it should be plowed to a deptli ol eight or nine inches and ths plants thinned out at the proper time so as to make a thorough test. If tbe work were csrelesslv done there would be disappointment all...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 20 April 1899

This Ia Your Opportunity. On roeeipt of ten cents, cash or stamps, a generous cample will he mailed of the most popular CatarTh aad Hay Fever Cure i I'.li's Ossein palm I suffir.iant to demon* urate the great merits of the remedy. KLY imOTHEBS, M Warren St.. New York City. Rev. John Iteid. Jr.. of Gnat Falls, Mont., recommended Fly's ('ream Halm to me. I can emphasize hii statement, "Hisapo»i live cure fnr catarrh if Used as directed."— Hey. Francis W. Pools, Pastor Central Ires. Church, Helena, Mont. Ely's Cream Balm is the acknowledged cure for catan-h and contain* no mercury nor any injurious drug. Price, 50 cents. Dr.GUNNS" ONE POR A DOSE. (Ml I A Rem**.™ PlmplH, mmi W* II I 8i110n*....-... c r.fr ih. Hi...-j. I ILLIJ CoM.l|.**».|„l,r » n I i11.p..n„,. ____________ ti.-Y._';i. ni.-' ",*. ':" w»l» etch tat la a-p-marr 'or hull h. Th-in-*llh*nr«tip-.nnr«i'»iin. X cob _***''.".• *_ will mail mmpie fr..,., ,r full Imi for •*. Bold .il rune nt. OR. BOS* NX 0 CO. Phil*. Pa. WBSRFUI ■ ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 20 April 1899

Thousands *...- Trying 11. In order to pr..vo lbs great merit of Ely's Cream llnlin. th" must athvtivo cure for Catarrh anil Cold in Head, wo have pre. jKir. il n generous trial size for 10 cents tiet it of jour druggist nr sen.l 10 cents to KI.Y HIIOS., 66 Wurren Si., N. V. City. I snlTereil from eatsirfa of Hi" worst kind ftn sui..' :i boy, ami I never hnptil fm cure, Imt Ely's (renin Balm i-eeinfl lo ill even thst Many an|iiaintalirt s have useil it with excellent results. DacST Ohtrnin, 48 Wurren Ays., Chicago, 111. Ely* Cream Halm ia Hi" acknowledged cure fur catarrh im.l contains BO cocaine, mercury nor any ininrinus drug, l'me, 00 cciita. At droggtata ur fag mini. PROFESSION.! 1, CARIIS. i'akriii.i. H i.rayf.h. Kllensburg, Ika I. K.N..I.KHAHT. North Vakima (JKAVKS h KNtiI.KHART, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Room* 7 and n, gSBOad floor, Flrat National Hank building. ionks A QUTHRIK, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. •iver Kirat National Hank. Nurth Vakinia, VI a*!. VVHITSON&I'AKKKR' ■-"«'> wat-ra...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 20 April 1899

"T|va" .JUUUUuni *\ the way doctors maybe mistaken is shown In the experience tint-rated hv rir Joseph V,. v ' of I'"sl s l,r'"X*. Marion Co., Kan Ten years ago " he says "there was an emigration from RusUnd to this conn try*, and there was a lady in the company who was badly affected with that dreadful disease scrofula. Her mouth and throat were in an awful condition, and there were lumps on the outside below the jaws the size of a hen's egg. Other doctors had been called and they said it was a fatal case. "I was called and made my diagnosis ; I felt confident that none of mv remedies would do her any permanent food It came to my mind that lir. I'iercc's C.olden Medi cal Discovery was recommended for it, so I went to the drug store and bought one bot tle and gave it to her to use as directed. Five bottles cured her and she is well to day She is married now and has three healthy children. "If this is a credit to your medicine" adds Dr. Plata in a communication to Dr. Pierce "you can...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 20 April 1899

mm.mm i >, What is (ioinn on Daily of Interest tv All Our People. ' i i MISIT.I.LAM.OIS NEWS NOTES c l Items of ersonal and Local Mention Put < Into Condensed Form for "The Herald's" Busy ' Readers. t ( Dr. Gunn return, d borne from the , Sound on Sunday. I Wm. IVildicord has returned to Klick itat after a soiourn of several months in ' North Yakima. i Nick McCoy was registered at the Dil- ' ler and Dr. T. Gunn at the Seattle in tbat city lasl Saturday. Mrs 0. B. Clancv who bits been vieit- ( ing her sister, Mrs Whitson, baa gone to I her Tacoma home. I | Some new and beautiful things in the line of silk shirt waists at The Wonder. Tbey must lie Been to be appreciated. 10 ' i Judge Morford went to tbe Sound last . week, liefore returning be will visit Cal- ( ifomia ami the old folk* at home in Ohio. • W. E. McMillan and Miss Gertrude I QoatO were licensed to wed. Monday, by Auditor Kelso. Mrs Grant. Heller, wo has been vis- i iting her parents in Nortli Yakima, hns i returned ...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 20 April 1899

m<wa^<ntr> rt*r-- ._*-: r. <-»c* <■»• 5 The i) I Diamond \ \ 4 !' is the birthstone for 1 f April. A fine line at J. . Schindeler's l _ * t* Next tn I'li-lnfflrv. i NOKTH YXKI.MA AM) VICINITY. Mrs. T. H. Kntter has returned home from a visit to British Columbia. M. Schorn's vehicles m»ke a friend every time he sells one. li-tf Chas. Stahl.ol Nortli Yakima ie teach ing school at Ne'son Sidin?, Kittitas. Nelson Rich and (i. W. Wilgus, of Prosser, were registered at the liartholet on Tuesday. K. J. Jaegar, the enterprising mer chant ol Zillah, was in the city today on business bent. Another car of Studebaker wagons is now being loaded at 'he factory for the Yakima Hardware Co. Mrs. Merwin and daughter, Beiilab, have returned from Seattle where they spent the winter. Messrs. T. L. Stephens, Frank Medike and (ieo. Mayes, of Mabton were in the city doing jury duty this week. The Mikado troupe has a dress rehear sal tonight to prspsra for the great event, at popular prices, ...

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