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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 25 May 1899

THE YAKIMA HERALD Bui*, tMeeaa a m.<..■■•«>. Publisher*.. NORTH YAKIMA. . ..WASH. EVENTS OF THE DAY As toaateaMag < »ii-< no. »m... ma ih« Two Hemlsphar** PrMHtod la ■ i 9>Un»4 r«t» An unidentified American soldier * i- killed in Havana in a row with, the police. General Merriam has asked for more troops. He wants cavalry this time, to prevent disorder at Burke un I Mullan. President Diaz, of Mexico, will ac cept an invitation to visit Chicago and the United States during the fall fes tival. Jodga Baker, of the United States district court at Indianapolis, ha- len dered a decision in which he holds that a sheriff is responsible for a prisoner in his charge, and is subject to damage for his lynching. Tho Oregon regiment, though en titled to come home first, is far from Manila, heating the brunt of the Law ton Campaign, and may not he back when the time for tiie return of the volunteers begins. Mexico is considering the refunding of her existing national •'> per Cent...

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. — 25 May 1899

THE SAME OLD STORY Filipino Envoys Asked for an Armistice. WHICH GENERAL OTIS REFUSED I.'iti «"« I'.ltnrli to I'rufTil I'fir* »go tlatlons —Funston Aaslgiifid to ■ Brigade. Manila, Mar 22.—Two military and <wo civil Filipino commissioners, ap pointed to co-operate with three citi zt us of Manila in negotiating terms of pi'.n c. arrived here at 8:15 A. M. to day. They have submitted no new proposition, but want an armistice pending the session of the Filipino con gress. Maior-Oeneral Otis has refused to entt-rtain the proposal The iww peace commission consists nf I >■ I I'il.ir and (iracio Qonaatt, mem bers of the Filipino cabinet; Lieuten ant-Colonel Alberto Barreto, military advocate, and Major Zealuita, a mem ber of Aguinuldo's staff; Florentino Torres, Pablo Ocalpo and Tliedor Tanoo< residents of Manila While Qeneral Otis tins refneeil a Oeefathn of iMCtilltiei, pending pence negotiatlosti th« Filipino oommtMioa will neveithelegs hold n conference with thn American Phili...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 25 May 1899

nil- YAKIMA HERALD. BAII KY. TtTHtST A MMOMR, hMMM ■ ■ii'ci, I rvi-ry llmrxUy ■nt..i rl |.t|..n II 00 |xr ■■■' In H'lvaiw*! ArivrrflntiiK rttUm ni—>n •pfillratlon THURSDAY. .V.IK?-., 1899. ntioH'n •••««»« i.»n «tiosi. The kiiiihil ri'iiirritiK utiaprvtnri- of Mimor till i,r lipi'orßlion !m- • Mi-* ■! h' lim11«I M Tiii>«<liiy. the jll h M Mr»jr, Mm Krarra »f <mr •trx'l taMtlfl will '"■ ')>•' „r >i ,.,| hy <><ir i ItlzcTin, mil n|i|.rii|,rl*ti' MMM »MI bt MM. It Id ItattfuH tai»Wll| imaili Mi«t ln'twcrn tlir llOQn 'it 1 p. in mi') i |i in the linaint'M h'MlM'ii of Ihi- city In' cliiwl kii'l that all lake |«rt In paying trlbttM lo owl Imvbli dcail. Nurtli V«klin», Maf M, IW, ii. a tic ii ikk, Karat. TM »M"l>m wlio nrr trying to innkr a fool of Dcwpy iiv butMtflf n p»liir tor Inrii «ill rrrkon witlioiit Hicir liobl. 'I lie Hrhuol Imiiiiil iliii-alrfiH la inflict Hiiotiirr alee t lon la Mltif Mm mk icbool lioti-c prOpOfliltoO for the third tint*. ll i» prrmi...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 25 May 1899

Women get used to being sick. They come to consider hack-ache, head-ache, side-ache, dragging, dreary, i»earing down feeling, hot flashes and nervous irritability as a part and parcel of their womanhood. They get used to being half dead all the time. They forget that they ever were anything else. If they don't have to go {o bed and stay there they don't try to get well. Nine-tenths of all the sickness of women is due to some derangement or disease of the organs distinctly feminine. All such sickness can l>e cured—is cured every day by DR. PIERCES FAVORITE PRESCRIPTION: It Makes Weak Women Strong, And Sick Women Well. It acts directly on the organs affected and is at the same time a general tonic for the whole system. It cures female complaint right in the privacy of home. It tn ikes unnecessary the disagreeable questioning, examinations and local treatment so universally insisted ujxin by doctors, and so abhorrent to every niodest woman. J. S. Kvrrritt, of ILigrrman. Washington C...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 25 May 1899

\\HAT PEOPLE SAY. A lunsknt Record of Private Ottnlons Putllcly Expressed. Judge .'. K. l,e«i« — I came over to Yakinin to pay my taxes, which. l>v the wn . arc somewhat higher than laM year. My taxes in Seattle, whirh I have jiihl paid, on the contrary are somewhat lower. I have invented in Seattle realty, or rather my wife whohansome iille cap ital to invest bCMgkl real estate there the other day, which I repaid us a ROOi i» ve^lnicnl. Yakima is nil rinlil : it In HOOd pi. ire tv make money Md Sun .lose—my home - is ■ good place to spend it. lam on tny way to Lincoln, Nebraska, where Hrynn liv"», but I Ktmll not t«le)ji'aph liim of my coming. Then I shall go to my old Immi' in Ohio for a l>rief visit to relatives. K. H. BeiiKon—Thin tune last year I was hi 1 iv,; salmon, which is now r_" a cents at 8 cenle a |iound anil BMMIc BON money at tint n&t Ibu I do boh M ■ Ml a DOBBd. I do Kit look for fish to j;pt any lower, for the trust has gobbled up nearly all the fisheries ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 25 May 1899

Dr'ußKlst CATARRH for a Renertms ■Pt^^V^^^^H iocent Bic,/; f4 *» BAll^i TRIAL SIZE. ■^%^fS CCill| Raahl ami Protecta tlie Vriniirmic. Hf»tnre« ttif riLiia— of Tait* aM (HatU. Full Hue &uc.; Tr.n »;io \n<: . »t l>rn.fi«t»<ir iiy mail. II V HKoniKKS. sfl Warren Street, New York. Dr.GUNNS-> ONE FOR A DOSE. PJ II I A RcmiTn Pimptra, IT.'Trnt **l| 1 (lili.iii-ii.'hi. I' ,nt; tlii'lll..ciit, II libiM^X t)arefl.-»,l» i... «,,.I I>t«i>«dii» S^^mHSJSS^^ X mo».mpnt ..( the howcla f»ch d«» l« aroraaatf •orh»«lln T!..jii,.,ih>r V T|..r,nr., t-n T ■ i-..n --l!" pJ »""• ■" »l[l mail aamplK Km. „r foil hm for •c. Hold U» drug(iiu. OR. BOSANKO CO. Phlla. Pa. W~ ILLUIS vp|| I 0 TAWSYrilalLa A SURIv REUEF TO WOMAN for all trn'ihles peculiar to her sex. |yseml by tnall or from our Agent. SI.OO per box. WILLIAMS MFG. CO., Props., CLEVELAND, OHIO. f-«.r «iti*> lit tin* \..r,i, \Hkltnn llruu Oiorc. »!•■« It. «ln»n, l'r..|,r. ■HKV ■ ■ PC' Williams' Indian Ml* ■^1 ■ LXnum.ii.tai...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 25 May 1899

Trasai OASTOniA. , , .tig y» lhe Kiid Yw Haw Mwrs BougM PROFESSIONAL CARDS. w il >V • CONTRACTOR AM) BUILDER. I Modern hniinehulldlnK ami clolKitiiiK • »p«" --» i»lty. My rpleri'iic-en: Those who I lmvi> Imilt [or. Shop tjt-twocn l.c '" «hoo utori' and Cofliu c Hros., on CheMnut Htrwt. i| __^^^___^_^_^_ " I'arrullß. Obavek. RllSMtafSi in* Y. Em.lrhart, North YHklma r / | RAVES & BHQLKHAIT, v attornp:ys at law. IS Hnotn* 7 onil 8, KM'oml Boot, KirM Satioiml 11 >:ik t.MiMlntt n TONES A OUTHBIE, i ATTORNEYS AT LAW. ■A nver First National Bank, North Yakim«,w«>h I 4PARKER; --V™ ) ATTORNEYS AT LAW. " jrjf/-offl,c In Flnt Natioual ltn.it RulMini. UOGLK A RIGO, | ATTORNEYS AT LAW. i Offices over Yaklma National Hank. North ■,«.iii«.«n'k'. •■■ JOHN <i. ROYI.E, i ATTORNEY AT LAW. OFFICE IS TIIK 11KHM.P lit M.IHMi. Will practice in all the courts of the ntate ami IT. S. Lan<l OfflotS. 1 E. BANKS, DENTIST. Ofiice over Posroffice. YBkiinß nveniic. Nortl, Yaklma. 1> N. G...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 25 May 1899

iliflllßWS What h (mini] on Daily of Interest to All Our l'eople. MISCELLANEOUS NEKS NOTES Htms of crsonil and Local Mention Put into Condensed Form for "The Herald's" Busy Readers. H. .1. Kami to out mi: mi after H long sieKe of illness. Mrs. M. K. Blanker was h Tacoma vis itor on Tuesday. I'roeser will soon bp lighted by elec tricity, bhvh the Record. VV. A. Rowen, (if I'arker, made Tut: lIiHAi.D a call un Saturday. E. F. Fienson is now mine host of the Riverside, haviiit; leaned that hostelry (ur five years. The first appearance of strawberries this season is claimed by I'rosser, ac cording to the Record. A dispatch from St. Paul dated the 7th inst., states that 2iK) immigrants re enronte to the Yakima Wsnderland. Jay Sedgwick wan in town on Sunday, having arrived from Lincoln county, where he ban been settling N. I. R'y. HUNS, There is Splendid profit for agents in gelling rubber hand stamps. For partic ulars address, I. M. dates, Kllens '"burn. lit Hon. John K. Condon, eleoted ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 25 May 1899

c UGHT DRAFT IDEALS O Have cut their way to the Front Roller and Hall Bearings, High Grade Workmanship and the finest of material have placed the DKKRING IDEALS far ahead of all competition. The great success of the Deerings in Yakhna county have proven that they are especially adapted for the work to be done here. No greater test of strength and durability could be given a machine than is afforded in Yakutia's irrigated fields. The Deerings have stood the test. dctaF DEERING: IDEAL: MOWERS \.llJp %ll jS&gg**'"' 4' * ™**^*^^ygs{ff Fitted throughout with the only successful system of Roller and Hall bearing. They excel in light imtt^ "^" Ax draft, Simplicity—no unnecessary parts, Strength and Durability. Convenient and powerful foot lilt. No lost motion; will start in any grass without backing. Especially arranged to take up all wear. No side draft. No noise. We have them in 4 1-2 and 5 ft. cut. Try one and you will be a friend to the Deering Ideal. toil all-steel jyi 4. ,:■,. oi...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 25 May 1899

Mthat are sure to *row! BEST GRADE OK Alfalfa, Clover ?!L Timothy. Also all kinds of Seed Grain, Chop Feed, and Mill Feed. North Yakima Hill Co's Store Yakima Avenue j* j» j» Opposite Postoffice. SOKTH YXKIMA AM) VICINITY. Cliff Stout was a Yakima visitor on Monday. Claude Briggs and daughter were I'rosser visitors recently. A. Schindeler visited the Kemke brothers at Kllenwburg last week. John A. Kingstmry ends his school term as teacher in the Moxee, tomorrow. Magnie Mackay, of Fort Simcop, has been appointed matron of the school there. Mrs. Will <J. Faulkner, of Cleveland, is vieitinit for a few weeks at North Yakima and Sunn.iside. I>. N. Kppne. the First Strppt j»wpler, ' lihh iiiiiiii' bll display a iihl.iWH very at tractive by thp addition of dust proof WWi John I). Cornett, of North Yakiina, whh honored by the (iran<l Lodgt K. of, 1., at Seattle on the 17th inst., with <)\e . office of Vice Chancellor. \V. A. Hell has commenced work on his handsome ne* cottage, t...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 25 May 1899

pOOuuu oo i> oo o i lo O O <V*ft 'vOft A^r h> •.*•<> <r Oo i I* *^ ♦ ►'-■ * ' lot* -.'oo 0 V? AO we <*' J5 c- •'■ ti*ft ! 'oc- ■> o <m\ I j6t>f> <f 00l (J; jj Double Significance of This Memorial Day. \\Y*\] iftoootriij Jk BMOBIAL DAY has I double ntgnifir'anre thin year that will !># (tirru Vx»oo<w>of j|! R1 f y^^B l'xl'r *'<i'"" '» ercij Kiiti-u of the country, anil this very fact will tend IBTBI'a 'til' ftsaatf'^*— *"" r' ' '': -' "r ! :'" 'V'-r before the lilu«> »:M the gr.iy. IJijji EHi * {fcQrf*&»?jfj/_ I"rom Maine nn«l >I; —. —11 ii. from fur Oregon and Florida, from >'T. ry 4". fn«osoc"»7 'S^flqnfmffffl State mid Territory of I ■ laml, unselfish and ralorous roluntrors \crooittri-bt frri;niri Vl *I M) Wflff ftili-sttnl Ct ihe S]>fiiii«h «i- It nn Krot*doiira own H«ht, mill color jo<.oo-.'^l 9kllllv JJ 3 'i^^^^SSSl "'"' "Btii>nnlit) cut i>" flciirt', iPitionai prejuilirp hn.l no part. l"U* If IC «* 1 r'"...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 25 May 1899

"Fridc Goeth "Before a Fall" Some proud people think they are strong. ridicule the tde» of disease, neglect health, let the blood run domm. tnd stomach, kid neys and liver become deranged. Take Hood's Sarsaparilla and you <wtll prevent the fall and save your pnde. JwcdS SaMatuVtitta i»n.' Sure w mv Tightest—l've been aa far as the door of the dentist's office three times, ; but I can't t."'t »p the coinage to go in. Watts—l'll tell yon what to do; ■end the money down in advance. That will make you desperate.—ln dianapolis Journal. Venntil. Mabel—Are you going to return the poor fellow's ring 1' Florence (who lias just broken her j engagement)—l haven't decided. I i suppose he'll prop>He to you now, and 1 thought I'd just hand it over to you to save bother.—Philadelphia Noitli American. NERVOUS DEPRESSION. [A TALK WITH MRS. PINKIIAU] A woman with the blues is a very on- Comfortable person. She is illogical, Bnhappy and frequently hysterical. The condition of the mind known ma "...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 25 May 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. BOYAt SAKINOPQWOtHCO.. WtW VOHK. lIIIJEIIII What Is (iuin(| on in the \cii|hlmi ini| Towns iind Villii(|cs. BRIEF PERSONAL \K\\S NOTES I'.wjtr.iphs of a Social .inJ Gossipy Nature Written Especially for "The Herald- Readers t\ Up-to-Date Correspondents Zillah Snap Shots Joe Lucas took a trip to tbe county seat to day. Fox Bros, are receiving quite a stock of new goods. Miss Maud Ilnlen of Moxie is visiting in Zillah this week. Mr. Parker was viewing the sights of ZiUah one day this week. Dell Fox and wife spent several days this week in North Yakima. (Jeo. Fox whs honi" on a visit Wednes day night from North Yakima. Qu'te a shower of rain occurred 00 the lSth ; enough to lav the dust. S. E. Jones and family of Yakima City spent Saturday mid Sundity in town. There is unite a number of people look ing ntonr beautiful country ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 1 June 1899

The Yakima Herald. VOL. XI, STOP! I 11S3S? isiOil Up IKJJtfM/1 J Add to the life of your machine by using t MACHINE OIL. We make a specialty of Lubricating Oils, and can give yon the best value "^ for your money in the city. We have a SI'KCIAL HARVESTING OIL f* ■£ with a good body and free from grit. Try a can. You will find it economi- cal and satisfactory. We also have Cylinder Oils, Kngine Oils, Separator |L J Oils, and on AXLE GREASE we are headquarters. Mica, C& S, Fraz- f" er's, Hub, Little Giant, Monarch and Sunlight Hard Oil. We have the r Lq Sunlight grease in pound boxes, 2>£lb., 31b., "lb., and 12^11) pails. We L PJ absolutely guarantee this grease. If not satisfactory, your money refunded. X 1 Monarch Carriage Grease and | I Coach Oil for Buggies and Hacks. I YjlE are now in a position <> ____^ \l_J to interest you inj*j*jt> "" ~~"^ PIANOS AND ORGANS. Did you miss seeing the $.oo LUDWIG in our show window last week? We are ready and anxious to take your o...

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

THE YAKIMA HERALD »»11-. T... -i. > A MrC'otnb, I'ublUhrr*. NORTH YAKIMA... WASH. EVENTS OF TliEllAY An Intoi-eatlng < ollertion •' 11. .... > ...is th« Two llrml«|ih«-r»a l'rflrnu*il im m Coo«l#nit»rt Purmi. Colonel Sumnit-r", of the. Second Or- PgDn, has been promoted to brevet brigadier-general of volunteer*, and Captain Case to be major by lirevet. Queen Victoria's mhli blrthda* was celebrated throughout the ISritinh em pile. Festivities were also held in tba leading capitals of America and Eu rope. The coroner's jury Investigating the tram wreck at Exeter, on tbe Reading railroad, found thr.t the accident was lne to the negligence of employes of the company. Tbe Duke of Arcos, Spanish minister tO the United States, iitiii the duel,ess, were among the passengers on board the Kaiser Wilhelrn dei Qroase, sailing from Soat In in | ton. The naavl orders posted at Washing ton, assign Captain .1. B. Coghlan to buy as oommandant id the Puget round naval station, June 80, by wh...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 1 June 1899

PREPARING FOR WAR China Will Resist the ItaL ians in San Mun Bay. OBDBBfI ISSIEtt TO VICEROYS SejtSMMtS Mi\ Alio ll« Orlvrn Out ol Shan I ting I'enliiaiiln Smrch fur Arnlrn. London, May 29.—The Shanghai cor respondont of the Daily Mail says: fillers have been issued from Peking I directing tho viceroys and governors of the neighboring piotl lines to put all their forces on a war footing, owing to the arrival of six Italian warships in ! San Mun bat DOT, It is tbosbgt also j that tfce Chinese propose to diive the <•• ■niians from Khan Tung peninsula. SEARCH FOR ANOREE. Another Kiprriltlon Mi- (KM tn Look for lli'- Mlk*liik AtrmiHUt. Copenhagen, May 20.— Tho expedi tion under Professor A. G. Katuotst, Which is to search along the northeast coast of Greenland for Professoi An- i dree, the missing aeionaut, lias sailed ; from Belainborg, Sweden. Professor | Natborst's relief party sailed on the ] steam whaler Antarctic, of which be is part owner. A wealthy Norwegian merchant named Ha...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 1 June 1899

HIE YAKIIIA HERALDI BAII.EY TfEHt.KY A MmiiMß, NHMai »«blt»rp<l efwy Thur»il«y. •iihnrrl|itii>n 11.00 1• r >e«r In mlvance. Advertiilui r»i.-. . iiiHin K|ipll<>tinn. THIHSItAY. JUSi: 1, 1899, AS TO EXPANSION. The followinK interview in Seattle sent, out liy the A-tgocmteil Prrxft if), ot course, ! by Hiilliority. L'uite<l State» Senn'or Kenney of Dela ware alined here today on a pleasure Visit Senator Kenney *»)h. 'The next denxx-ralic national plat | fiirm will con'-ain M anttixpansion . plank Three fourths of the democracy I <>( the rountrv if in favor of holding and ilevelopp v the Philippine* I lie" main feature of the Chie»({o platform will he re ullirnud, with Riiver to tlie fore To tiM pisiform will be added mi anti-trust plank. Bryan «tll lie the nominee Tat Hhuld lihh steadily maintained that any policy formulated by the demo- t eratie party in opposition to its tenets i anil it-> traditions would result in disaster I Bryan saw >• Hint. In the ...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 1 June 1899

NOKTH YMiIMA AND VICINITY. A Yakinm man h»« l»rii cured of "hit'inf» the pi|«," drinkini', chtwios tobacco, playing the t*'-"*, shooting crips, lyintt, sweiiritu and liiliMiu and various othpr evils thit flesh is heir to, by simple exercise of will power. The will power, however, wa* exerted over him by Warden Catron, of Walla Walla. W. I). Carter, from th« Yakima reservation, wan up on Mondnv on hnsinpHS. He informs us that he and Martin Mason have 3»K) acres of wheat on thp reservation which stands aliout sixtpen in 'hes hinh and has every ap pearnnce of yielding a tin« crop. — Kllen* hiirit lv>cali/.er. I'rofi-Hcor Kari:<> took \V. W Fish, the Klmira capitaliMt, out (or a siuht ol the reservation Friilay. Mr. Fi«h is It light ed with Yakima and says if he wpre a yon iik man he would make his home here. Mrs. Fish, who accompanies her husband, has been slightly indisposed while hero. The (secretary of the Commercial club has been directed to communicate with tSe state ti«h...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 1 June 1899

WHAT reOI'LE SAY. A Transteat Record of Private Opinions Putiiciy Expressed. 1 T. Kinxsbury—The memorial sermon hv Dent on Sun lay »m- tbe L-randi-M thiiiK 1 ever heanl on the roam. Congressman Jones —I am in receipt of two letters ol importance to the Sound, mainly. One from Secretary "f the Navy I. nn, who mates that it is not the intention of the department to send laborers from Mnre Island, California, to work on the lowa on I'uget Sound. Only eiisht skill'd mecliHoicH will be went. A letter from Ac'tf. Com Oen'l. Wenton, at Washington, ad vine* me that Major AIIiKM of Vancouver barrack* in eHi powered to purchase army suuplies for the Sound 11. f, Benson—l am one of the »cry few in the Unitnl States whose fathers served in the Revolutionary w«r. Mine lived to lie a hundred years md was be iwo'n m.'i and !Mt years when I watt burn. My M, K. X., could hardly believe my father wa* in the Rev ilutionary wi . He sent If) the war department and found tli it my fat her and his father ...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 1 June 1899

CASTOIIIA. B«»nth« Tin Rind Yw Km Ahnrs BougM PROFESSIONAL CARDS. W w. ntLTon, CONTRACTOR AND HUII.DKR. Modem hoawbulMlaa and dMtunlnc a «!»•'■ ialty. My rt'feri-in'i"*: Thone who] have built fur. Bhoi> betwwn Lac's &o% stofv and Cotlm Hmi., on CbMHntt Street. • j>iiK'n.i H i,«iv«», KllenMmnr. Ika I. Imlllllt North Yukima ( jJKAVKS A KNGLKHAKT, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Room* 7 anil n, rteeond floor, Kimt National Hank building. TONES Jk UUTHUIE, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Over Klrnt National Rank, North Yaklma, Wash WHITSON A PARKER* «nwn whitkon ATTORNEYS AT LAW. S^-Offlro In Flmt National Bank Bnlldinjr. DOQLS A RIQU, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Office* over Yaklma National Hank, North Vaklma, Waaliiußton. JOHN 0. HOYI.K, ATTORNEY AT LAW. OVVICI IN TIIK 1IKKAI.I) lllll.DlNd. Will practice in all the courts of the state and U. S. Land Offices. I E. BANKS, DENTIST. Office over Pontoflice. Yaklma aveirne, Nortb Yaklraa. 1> N. QORDEN, M. D., Physician and Svrgkon. Hotus: 10 to 13 m. in.; 1 to 1 p....

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