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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 12 October 1893

GATHERED ABOUT HOME Personal, Social aid Business Eienis Locally Important. NOTES PROM THE MADDING THRONG. * tirut .1 <.<••.!•. Mils •• »a. t «»<t »•■>« i. N«1 rrarni. |a IMlir I !!«■, Drill of rapalar »pee ula I lan and News Imbji i.fnfr.iir K. E. KHredge.of Orting, is in the city. Cashier Steiaweg ia rcoTerini from his illneso. Buy your children school ahors at Scnott Broa.' A. L. 8 emmons, ot Bllentburgh, was in the city on Tuesday. Children's school shoes at wholesale coat price at Kchoit Broa.' K. C. Burlingame ia in Los Angeles at tending the irrigation congress. Mrs. Guy Audrews left on Tuesday for a viait with relatives in Tacoma. Born-O«U>bcr 12, 1893, to the wife of James Stewart, Abtanum, a son. H. I* Brown, of Kent, has been visit- Ing this section during the week. Ueo. A. smith, of the Evans-Smith Co., returned thia morning from Kent. Men's haud sewed shoes fu now |ft, and fo shoes now (4, at Bchott Bros. Dr. Jamea Van Harter and M ss Lucy Calkins were ma...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 12 October 1893

MluMluGfls Pifiut Pltl, Pestlfertis Pistols tad Pietimqie Poetry. SMI TmniEJUM EIPERIEICBS ■aw Oe>|. Jack Crawlsre, I •!. Will n»wkw ast ral. WIM am Kb. J»re«sl acreral Nights in a Bar* ■••im~»la«-|ier-a CsafrMlsn. CapUin Jack Crawford, the po*t acont, Col. Will Vi**cher, a poet without being a aooot, and Wild Bill, a scoot without being a poet, were playing cards in a Hack Hills' saloon when a swaahbuckllng bally trom the plain* entered the place, write* Opie Bead io Fetter's Southern Maeacine. He bad just broke a faro bank and wa* therefore wealthy; be bad jnat shot out a man's eye and wa* there fore gleeful. When be entered the place lie struck tbe bar with hi* hat and snore that every man must take a ilrink. Wild BUI (aid that he didn't mind taking something and Visscher made no objec tion whatever, but Crawford remarked that be did not drink. "Bat," (aid be, "to be aociable, I wiii take a cigar with The swashbuckler looked at him scorn fully and laid: "No; you'll not take a ...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 19 October 1893

VOL. V. PROFESSIOSAL CARDS. JOHN A. BRO*N. ATTORNEY AT LAW, BunlaUlihnl * law offlre In tbc Klhtlnua Balldtna. Kin irmhf fu all Mirtiol U»«aM J£^ J. SNIVELY, ATTORNEY AT LAW. MN)«e*l<)ferVUl«« K.tloiml Bank; Jli.ru. TaiMia. Win prattle* la all the~<MirMof !«• »uu tad v. |. u»4 nllm |{X WIK A MILROY, I•> «■ •■*»" ATTORNEYS AT LAW. 4W>W»U uartlce la >1| Unartu of the ci»tf sp«rtal.*ttfetlan itlveh to_eh V. ». land pic* liii«tmn# K*H) Vrtlma, W««h w. i. joiim. i n. HflM, JONES 1* MpWMAX, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Rooms 4 A i over First National Bank ' » I nnraiu ATTOSjN»EYS AT LAW CV-Oflr* iif j ill IVatloual Bank Building. ATitfl|Hjjpr AT LAW. Prurtioei In JBlmivCi to the Stute. KmwrUl *»tenMnti to CJ Q^toua. Office up nUm. Yak T. M. vaJ*MBT?- f ATTORNEY AT LAM» | Office orer Fiwt NiitioTial Bask, .-r*^ t«l •*-] lentlon (Ires to Ijinfl office baifneu. j y\<E\) MILLER, ATTl^ftteV AT LAW. <>rF»VI WITH 11. J. BSIVILT. DiiM Std« Uud Oflkr Prcrf- ■ Specialty. jra m. KRtrrz,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 19 October 1893

HERALD. ■▼■■%' THI-RKD a » . ffflrraß ANNUM. IN ADVANCE. AiTsTtUU; latci l>»i A»»Jk*tJea. W. W.WAIHON. I JAS. R. COX, Editor. | Bmlneo Manager FRANK DlCKßOM.golleltor and Collector. Olcial Paper of North Yatima. TIMELY ACTION. Th« quarantine order closing the schools of this city daring tbe prevalence of diphtheria in neighbor valleys is gener ally believed to be s wise Action on the part of the council, although it is occa sionally criticised as imposing sn unnec essary hardship at this time. However, sn ounce of prevention at this time may ssve many lives and much distress. There is occasion for congratulation in tbe fact thai no case of that terrible scourge has been found in this city and that there is now (very reason to believe tbst it can be warded off. Much care is necessary, however. With nearly a thou sand school children In the city, the introduction of such a malignant epi demic would indeed be distressingly serions. Keep the little fellows off the streets during ths ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 19 October 1893

Grand Spedal Sale -OF SHOES! SCHOTT BROS., North Yakima, Washington - To closo out certain lines of shoes, we will sell the following at less than wholesale cost: 140 prs. Ladies Hand Sewed French Kid Button, $4 & $5 for 52.60 140 ' Children and Misses Kid Pattern Tip Button, $2, for 1.00 300 " " Solad tip, Goat & Congo Calf at 75, 95c, $1.15, 1.85 90 ' Stacy Adams & Co. Hand Sewed $6 and $6.50 shoe (<t $4.65 CALL EARLI BEFORE THE! ARE ALL GONE. These Goods SMr'?2*Jce& will Never Again be Duplicated in^orth Yakima. SCHOTT-Bros., SHOEMAKERS. #"]"HE FASTEST TRAIN v T«= WORLD'S FAIR. s —s. Be sure and ask for your tickets via (Q] the Minneapolis & St. Louis Ry. "Albert Lea Route," the only line which will place you within 10 blocks of the World's Fair Ground*. Connections made at Engle wood, thus avoiding long and tiresome rides from the city. Two magnificent trains run from St. Paul and Minneapo lis, passing through the heart of lowa, and in close proximity to t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 19 October 1893

HEADY FOE THE BORE CONVERSATION OF A MAN WHO WAS PRIMED FOR A DYBPEPTIC. A Ckfal* leraJld, Bent oa Relating, Hl* On Ohm, Hmi* of a Hsr* Remarkable On* Bad I* Able to Get In bat ■ Few Ward* In the Ohm of « Lang T-tk. ■•You are so burly and robust," said the orgulous dyspeptic with secret ■corn, to his casual traveling acquaint ance, "that I presume yon are never troubled with dyspepsia. Yon have much to be thankful for. I am often in such a stats that" Was the bnrly acquaintance to endure the garrulity of a chance dyspeptic? He was not "On the contrary," he immediately re plied, for, never having suffered a mo ment in his life from any physical ail ment, his mind was active and vigilant "Ob the contrary, I have suffered un told torture from dyspepsia, and as yon are interested in the subject I will will ingly give yon my experience. I began with the finest digestion in the world, but while engaged in the military service of the country, being 10 years scouting on the frontier, the ch...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 19 October 1893

GATHERED ABOUT HE Personal. Social and Baslness Elect: Locally Important. NOTES FROM THE IADDIRG THRONG. A t.r1.1 of 1.»..1 r . 811. Of »■• I and t «nc i, imrniiDli laa AcllV* life. Bfllt «l f.pul.r IfMSKIIM ■■« New* IMS* i.mrraillT- Uuy your children ichool shoes at Schott Bra*.' County Attorney Rocbford returned to day from the east. I. H. lHlla placea bia baalneai on a caah bsiis Monday, October 23. Men'a baud sewed ahoea fc> now $5, and to aboea now |», at Scbott Bros. Capt. Fred R. Seed returned thia morn ing (rom a buaineaa viait to l'roaaer Fall*. Born—Near North Yakima on October lrt, 1893, to the wife o( Will Cook, a aon. Fechter & Kom report in increased de mand (or town property and Boiall (arm tract*. C. O. Kodmaa, a proaperoua resident of the Upper Natcheei, is in the city on butineaa. Judge Brwin.of Simcoe, returned on Sunday (rom an extended official visit in the east. Mist Nellie Dills, sister of I. H. Dills, of this city, arrived here on Saturday last on an e...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 19 October 1893

blmstiit lifornitioß ReUtiog to drmt Erents. MJIKIL, lEUGIOOS HID GENERAL. C—eWis— * New* t'rs>m the Iliirrj. Is»SJ W*>rt4l A•>•«>( Ii rrriarra for VtMM Wss M*aa As Tkey Haa mt»lt»sie«sj» natter. No Bom Without a Thobs.—Kditing a Dewipapar it a pleasant business -if Y ou em rtatjd v, MTi the St. Aoguetine News. If X contains many advertise ment* subscribers: complain that they take np too much space. If there is a lank t>f advertising It U unpopular and tbe people won't have it. If we attend cburch regularly they say we go for effect. If we stay away from church they say we tre monstrously heathenish. If we accept an invitation to a wedding they nay we are to "write it up" If we go to the opera bouse they say we go on free tickets. If we are seen on the streets too often they say we neglect our bukiness. If we avoid going on the st-eet they nay we don't hustle round for the Dews. If we neglect a long communication its author gets furiously enraged and discontinues bis...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 26 October 1893

vol. v. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. JOHN A. BROWN, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Haaeatabllahed a law ofllA la the Cahelaaaa bnlldtM Will pmtlce in all coarta of tbaatmta. JJ J. BNIVELY, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Jpa»>Offlre over YakiiSa Katinoal Bank, North Yakima will practice In all t herontUat the gtau and tf R. bad office, KEAVIS & MILROV, i'■ » »«*»«• i a. a. aiLBOT ATTORNEYS AT LAW. fa*-will practice In all Court, of the Bute, special attirntlim niTen to all IT. H. land once buainesa. North Ya\lma. Waak. ■ L.JOKII, J M. MIWMIX, JONEB <l NEWMAN, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Rooms 4 A .". over First National Bank. 'YY HITBON A V ARK XX j JJJ^,,"J^f" ATTORNEYS AT LAW. CsV>O«et in Flrat National Bank Balldlnf. <^ O. MORFORD, ATTORNEY AT LAW. I Practlcea In all Conrta in tne Bute. Katwclal attention to Collrrtlons. Offli-e np atalra. Yak Ima National Bank Building. r£ t M. VANCE, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office over Flrat National Rank. Bpeclal at tention glren to Land Omee baaineaa. pRED MILLER, ATTORNEY AT LAW....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 26 October 1893

maXIMA HERALD. yUmtmm wrmmr numiT. •1.00 FIB AJWT/M. Of ADVANCE. llntWH Mm fowl JBinrhn. W. W. WATMM, I JAM. R. COB, UMtr ! BasUMMManaor. rM.HK gICMtW. Solicitor and Colltrtor OfeiaJ fm tf ftft Yiaiia. NOT A P4STISAN ISSUE. Th* evidSßt effort of selfish politicians to make tb* ailvsr question a partisan l**tt* at deptorsM* In tha extreme. No loyal American citizen will long be de ceived by *weh a cry. Tb* very positive (HffMeucsa in the great parties over the adjustment of Irregularities and uncer tantles In oar present financial system clearly show tost tbe question is political; it could not be other than so, touching as it does Uie very foundation of tbe great institution of our government; but these salf-ssm* differences In party councils •how quit* as clearly that the Issue pos sesses not ceo partisan element- It is, therefore, extremest folly to charge western Democrats who refuse to endorse tb* gbldite theory of tbe east with being savagely at variance with tbe leadership of ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 26 October 1893

J'OTUST SAWBRIDQE «i v i win to "iiiim, * n tin n. Popular Hardware Dealer, KEKPS ON HANK A LINE OF JHardu/are, Stoves, Jipu/are THAT 18 St'RK TO IUUM HIB PATRONS. Chief Among His Staple Goods are THE MAJESTIC RANGE, SUPERIOR COOKING STOVES, Domestic Sew inn Machines and Heating Stoves in Great Variety. Call and Examine My Stock. JOHN HAW HTII I>CHa,V.*r.,TOSJ:W^ CARHIM HAEL & GOSLING I'KOPKIETORS Of THK ... Columbia - Meat - Market! North Yakima, - - - Washington. Take this method of notifying the j9 public that they have opened a m *¥m :Mlea/t HVtorlsiet B JraTjjff at the stand formerly occupied by IF White & Leach on Yakima Avenue, Ml and ask a share of public patronage. y^ 3^l We will keep all kinds of Fresh M Salt Meats M Sansaps. Polite attention and prompt delivery. #I"HE FASTEST TRAIN i.. The WORLD'S FAIR. s~~ Be sure and ask for your tickets via \Q\ *h« Minneapolis & St. Louis Ry. "Albert Lea Route," the only line which will place you within 10 blocks of the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 26 October 1893

HARVEBTINQ CORN. A Plan bj Which Both Time and Labor May Bo Saved. There is certainly a great dral of time wanted in taking the haphazard, ir regular route that is too commonly trav eled over in cutting and getting corn in- " COIUt SHOCKER. to the shock, A well studied plan is needed, and tho one here illustrated is vouched for as satisfactory by a Minne sota farmer, who thus describes it in The Conn try Gentleman: I do not nse a standing hill of corn for tho center of tho shock, a* it is frequent ly done, but make use of a "shocker," shown in Fig. 1. It is a light pole about 13 feet long, w jth two legs about 8 feet in length. The crossbar is an old broom handle fitting loosely in a hole bored through the pole. In using this an even number of rows must be taken—l nsnally take six. Tuk- { ing the shocker in my right hand, I pom up the center space (three rows on either side) nntil T have passed three hills of tho row and stand at A, Fig. 8. I begin work (after running the stick into...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 26 October 1893

GATHERED ABOUT HOME fcnml, Social tod Bflsliess Brats Loullj Important. NOTES FROM TBE MADDING THRONG. A (iri.l .t 0...1,, Rll. •( t.. iua raster, W'TiMfU la Active Life, ■rift •• rapalar •v<°uiu. Bna '»■• ■ ««•■»• •••■rr.llf . Capt. Fred X Beed vi.iie.l Tseoms this week. Mrs. William Ker left last night for s visit at Washington, D. 0. Secretary De France left on Tuesday Bight for Spokane on business. Dr. Quna rspoils s twelve-pound girl in the family of William Hteigler. Deputy Marshal Msguire left on Wednesday morning for Tacoms. Mrs. llurbank. of tbe east, ia visiting Wltb ber father, "Daniel Kinney, of Tam pico. Mrs. A. SchindelerwenttoKllentburgh on Monday wbere she win visit for s week or so with relatives. Lawyer Wlleox, counsel for the Pacific National bank of Tacoms, was in this city during toe first of the week. F. L. Helfricb, of Mt. Vernon, arrived in this city on Wednesday. He is em ployed in the popular shoe house of Ward Bros, ss shoemaker. A cold wave Is said to ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 26 October 1893

PWtiC FHEUTT. ■ve*suit* aneelsteae Tars>- IsmH Wsrrr Her. «tM hat* yoor husband » he •tois f, or pfty and io ve h ini u, e net ■ th« question advanced by a W3ilMt woanui at dinner the other •ifht. apropos ol Now Vorks famous •mhanlar. Tke) ooery aurted as ani tonaa awtioMlua, for m asusl women wtrs Miebtod to apply personally a sab jeel tbat-lntsrsßtod torn. Xvery lady prwtwt promptlr tried to imagine what b«r lndiridual emotiona wooM have b«en had atM chanced to b* the nnhappr law yer's wife. tn« hosten affirmed she conld not only find it la her heart to for fi»e, bat that hit trouble would only endear the sinner as making him that much more dependent upon her fidelity •nd tMdmw. 8h« further declares "that women aa a rule regard money Irregularities rather Ughtly, ud If they low ■ nan «• only resentful of offenses agsiMt their affections. The best of women voold far rather her husband should defraud twenty estates than by thought or word prove untrue to his mar ital obligations....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 2 November 1893

| rOL. V. J« PKOFESSIOSAI. CARDS. J OHN A. BROWN"! ATTORNEY AT LAW, ' tteatabllihrd a In offlr* Id the Eatielman • lldlng. Will t>rrcti<-e lv all coaru of the Mate. » £ J. SNIVELY, , ATTORNEY AT LAW. — •■oUri' ovf r Yakltna National Rank. North tv iklraa. Will practice In all t bar>mirts of tb* ,j •" and V I laud ofllCM. to JKAVIS A MILROY, .> « «*»» \ I 1,1, MILROY ATTORNEYS AT LAW. a*-\un |.r«.'i ■..- In all OMi of the mat*, wrlal attention «lven to all r ». land offlcc nilnen. North Yakima, Wub. ' .L. johi». j a. MMM, ' ONES a NEWMAN, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. ooms 4A 5 over First National Hank IVHITS(>N4PAUKER| «■""> "»"»o» TV I ram nttm ATTORNEYS AT LAW. 9ap»Offlce lv Flrnt National Hank Building. ' S} § O. MORFORD, t ATTORNEY AT LAW. ractleei In all Cnnrta In the Blair Kn*rlal ttentlnn to Collection*. orßre nn italn. Yak ma National Bank Bulldinf. P M. VANCE, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office over Kir-t National Bunk. Ppeclal at entlon given to I .ami Office business. jjTRED M...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 2 November 1893

H^lral^ mfrtMY raruDiT. F ASWTJII. IN ADVANCE. ■wtlilst fatw Cyw i»«fa»tt«L m. w. Wi-rnon. I j At r. roc. Idttor I B«ln««a Manager TM.ASK DICK9ON. Solicitor sod Collector. Olclil Paper of yorth Yatiiia. OCa CHARTS* 18 ALL RIGHT. Tbeeoprem* court has decided, In the caw of Mfiinii vs. the City of North Yakima, ttat taw aaaeasment of the tax •gainst wkWk Mm city was enjoined from collecting w« levied irregularly. The ordinance nMler which the assessment waa mad* to therefore fatally faulty and moat be displaced with one that accords with the provisions of the revenue laws of tbc state. The excitement over the alleged neces sity lor reorganization is the outgrowth of folly. While it may have been the purpose of plaintiff In the ease to ques tion the validity of the city charter, do point mad* In the caae touched it. It would be nothing lea* than arrant nonsense to snail the constitution of the state over the crest of such a case. Sim ilar actions are instituted every year, es pecially ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 2 November 1893

A frsMei.l MaM. "Raory," ahe began In a sweetly timer «m« vnlc*. "what's all this talk about (old and ailTerf" Henry, who read the paprr* and waa •bout a* thoroughly Ignorant or tbe sub ject as «vervl>o.U .■!>.. plun«*d in bravely, bntsbe stopped bint. "I don't want to know that," ah* faltered, "bat is gold Kettlno^so awful aearee?" "Awful scarce." rt-himl Hrnry dismally. I "And ia it all being taken away V "It is," aatd Henry "And if they continue to take It aw»y there won't be any left in this country by •nd by, and we'll hay* to use silver'" "Yea," aigbed Henry. "Henry," ahe whispered. "I told you that I would give you my decision in the winter —but I repent. It—it Is 77**, Henry. Don't—don't yon think," aha continued, after ft moment* alienee, "t lu.t it would b* well to get the ring now, before all the gold U taken away?' I —Harper's Bazar. rittod For Each oilier Fate It wan not a home of affluence. The odor of liver and bacon permeated the atmosphere, and as the youth aw...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 2 November 1893

V YCtyf*«i>\l 1833 BY AMERICAN PWESS AS^N. CHAPTERL B CARircu. v oßsnmu> the- bunnm of THXDOCron. Detective Max Manson nttored an ex pression of impatience. "This is too bad. I have been away from home f<>r nearly six weeks on that affair in Manitoba, and having worked it op so well that the chief took the trouble to telegraph r.ie his thanks and congratu lations I was confident of having a little vacation with Mollie and the baby at home. I was so certain, indeed, that I save telegraphed her on what train to ex pect me, and now this turns up—con- Cound itr The "this" lo which be referred was a cipher telefr: in that he held in his hand. It was bis dn:y to keep them posted at headquarter* as to his precise where about*, so thnt it was easy to intercept him at any i>oint. Thus it happened that when within a few hours' ride of his home tho following peremptory message reached him Mia Antolii' :• Uwmore >t EUenrill* has km robbed «f mloablc Jewelry. Go thither without...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 2 November 1893

ITHEID ABOUT HOME; ■personal, Social tod Easiness Efeots Lteally Isportut. IHOTES FROM THE MADDING THRONG ■ A «rla •! <.<•••!». sills *>l ratal *■* I*/ l«nc). 1«ir«f«li IB »<-!»* 111., X' Drll at r. r ui.r ( rr uim» and r N*WS I fmt t.»n»rmll j. Read our grand premium lis I Charles Carpenter'! shipment of hops Bio date aggregate 1723 bales. j Tin re will be no service held at the i Moiee school house next Sunday. Dr. W. E. Kinehart. mayor of The 111 Dalles, died suddenly on Tuesday. I Union services at Mason's opera bouse at the usual hour on Sunday evening. I Rer. \V. H. Cornell, of Spokane, is vis iting with relative* In this city this week. Henry Teal, of the First National bank. returned on Monday from hia Portland visit. Superior court adjourned on Friday, baring completed tbe work of a busy term. Fifteen or twenty shoals from one to two months old wanted. Enquire at this office. Send us a few cash subscriptions and secure one of the fine prizes offered on another p...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 2 November 1893

KFOkMiEiuSSi: \iitmi\nt laTarmitlon Relating to Gvnit Efttts. POUTICiL, REUGIOOS iID GEIERAL. r»frnu4 ?Te^a>< trans the Harry* M| Warlsl f *M>sil I • Preparrd far Th«H Wk* Rni As They ■■■- meccllsatwai* Hattwr. Aaotrr Ciitivatino Obchabds, —Tin- divprne trMUnent which.orilmrde receive throughout the co«ntry'affords a lesson showlog the great benefit of giving them tbe beat management, and the low (root neglected treatment. Neglect it too com mon, and poor crops and scabby fruit is tbe result. In contrast with these neg lected orchards, are a few to which the owners give the best attention, and who receive good prices for the copious returns of handsome {rait. One orchard of this class, says the Country Gentleman, which has grown to fall bcHrinu size affords the owner a handsome profit every year, while his careless neighbors receive not more than one-fourth of his returns. Tbis well-managed orchard is kept in grass, which is grazed short by sheep, the grass afforded them be...

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