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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 13 September 1894

NEW GOODS ARRIVING DAILY THE YAKIMA HERALD. E. M. RKF.D, EDITOR AND MANAGER. I'iihllshed every Thursday: subscription 1200 per year In advance. Advertising rates opon application. Omcill. PAPER OK NORTH VAKIMA. THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 13 1894. Remember the primaries. Hair the woea of the local republicans were caused by "primary" manipulation. Let dem ocrat* beware. Messrs. Simmons and Leah a-ree with Richard 11. that "Things sweet to taste prove in digestion sour." They should combine two of the words of the quota tion and make them read "indigestion." Yakima's farmers snd fruit growers should not fail to remember the meeting called for Saturday afternoon hi 2. Every farmer in the county should come to Mason's opera house at that honr. and help to arrange an exhibit for Yakima at tbe fair. Mayor Redman will issue a proclama tion next week, calling upon citizens to decorate on the opening day of the fair and to close their business houses as far at practicable, making the occasion a gal...

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. — 13 September 1894

LOCAL ITEMS GALORE V A Feast of Newsy Notes Condensed Fir Tbe Herald's Many Readers. HOME TALES ENTERTAIHIHCLY TOLD 11* (in and <•••■■■■} iim. 11.... llaki il ami si >•• p. ii mr Paragraph* \»lin ii i.in I'mmiiKi 01 Prating at Mara Tlian i'molhii Interest. The firm of Gross & R-in has been dm solved. Mr. Rein gelling his interest in the business to Mr. Gross. Tue St. Paul A Tucoma Lumber Co. is having a warehouse built for the purpose of handling bay, grain and other country prudure. The ground dimensions ar> 40x40 feet. The members of the Missionary Bap tist church are erecting a house of wor ship, lots having been purchased just op pnsito the residence of Henry Cuck, on First street. The large tent which has been used fur religious services at the corner of Third and A streets for the past two weeks, has been purchased fur the use of the Chris tian church people for their dining hall at the state fair. Sermon topics at the Christian church next Sunday are as follows: ...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 13 September 1894

MB. iJtltd If TACOII. Tkaaw Raslavat Parilrlam, r«r««r- If •! Harlla>d aa* lfilllr,Hif« Kstakllaaca Offices la Taeaasa • The celebrated and well known Pro. Dairio have lately opened offices In Ta coma at''Hotel Chilberg," where they will be permanently located daring tbs Inter-state fair, and thereby placing themselves in direct communication with their numerous patients throughout the Sound country, who can personally inter riew them while visiting the fair. Drs. Darrin'* reoatation is so well es-1 tablished, having treated thousands of patients the past seven years throughout the northwest, that it seems unnecessary to comment on their sdcccss. Drs. Damn make a specialty of all dis eases of the eye, ear, nose, throat, catarrh, dealness, bronchi'is, la grippe, consump tion, dyspepsia, constitution, heart, liver I and kidney disease. They permanently cure all diseases of the genito-urinarv organs in either sex, such as syphilis, blood taints, scrofula, gleet, gonorrhoea, strictur...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 20 September 1894

VOL. VI. PROFESSIOSAL CARDS. yy r VV. MiCORMICK, M. I)., SURGEON and PHYSICIAN. Ma In Eshelmaii Stock. Residence, Eshel mali Mock. 28 JJ J. SNIVELY, ATTORNEY AT LAW. #^^*i »!!■■'- over Yaklma National Bank. North yak.inn. Will practice In t.lll hvrourtnof the state ami ( T. H. land ofllren. ftKAVIS A MILROY, |;- "t.^v ATTORNEYS AT LAW. f^r-WIU practice lv all Court* nf tin- State. Npei'lal attention given tn all D. H. iuml ofßcu business. North Yaklma, Wash. w. l. jomes, ).«.«»«« JONES i NEWMAN, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Over First National Hank, North Yaklnia, Wasb D. K. MACKINNON C. D. MLBANB Jlf ACKINNON A MURANE, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Room* 1 and 2 Lowe ni'k. North Yaklma, Wash, g O. MORFORD, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Practice* In all Courts In the State. Especial attention to Collections. Office up stairs. Yak Ima National Bank Building. JOHN A. BROWN, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office In Kshelman linlldiUK. Will practice In all courts of the state. QEO. C. MILLS, CIVIL ENGINEER. Mem. Soc. Itii.ruiinn Engine...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 20 September 1894

NEW GOODS ARRIVING DAIL V THE YAKIMA HERALD. E. M. KKFII. EDITOR AND MASAC.KR Published every Thursday: subscription f.'.00 per year In advance. Advertising rates upon application. OFFICIAL PAPEK Of NORTH YAKIMA. TITURSDAY, tMPTMMBBM to, 1594. A bid excursion out "f "— ■•>i *I» Dakota will reach Spokane Sept. -1. Now. what's the matter with Lrin^iiu * I■.-—• borne-seekers here to see Yakima doftaf the State Fair ? The passengers are dis gusted Dakotans, nil looking fur uew fields in which to labor. What's wronu in having the Commercial Club no»ern ing board at the meetiog to-morrow night urge these arrivals at Spokane to come over and take a look at < iod'a rotin try? __ The nomination of Sam Hyde for con green was duo largely to his geographical location. The Ankeny-Mcliraw combina tion wanted to furnish Spokane with a political loaf so it could make no demand in the senatorial contest. The nomina tion was a body blow at John L. Wilson's aspirations, which the latter endeavor...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 20 September 1894

NEW GOODS ARRIVING DAIL V ME YAKIMA HERALD. E. M. HERD, EDITOR AND MMItQW i'uhllshcd every Thursday: subscription $-.00 per year In advance. Advertising MM upon application. OFFICIAL PAPER OF NORTH YAKIMA. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER tt, 1594- A big excursion out of South Dakota will reach Spokane Sept. I'l. Now. what* the matter with bringing theae home-seekers here to see Yakima during the State Knir'.' The passengers are Jii- RUBted Dakotans, nil looking fur uew field* in which to labor. What's nront' in having the Commercial Club go • em ing board at the meeting to-morrow night urge these arrivals at Spokane to come over and take a look at Cod's conn try? _________ The nomination of Sam Hyde for con gress iraa due largely to his Keogiapliical location. The Ankeoy-McUraw combina tion wanted to furnish Spokane with a political loaf so it could make no demand in the senatorial contest. The nomina tion was a body blow at John L. Wilson* aspirations, which the latter endeavored to overcome, ...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 20 September 1894

LOCAL ITEMS GALORE A Feast or Hews; Notes Condensed For The Herald's Many Readers. HOME TALES ENTERTAININGLY TOLD The «n> and County llm. Hrrn iiiHii ti iiiki \i r.i|,i ii far Paragraph! Which «.!«•• Promise of Proi Ina ,>i 'lor.- Than Paaalns; Inn r. at. l>r. Frank is preparing to erect a cot tage on the corner of Chestnut and Third streets. It is r< ported that A. K. Lyon, the present city marshal, will be chosen chairman of the republican central com in litre <>f the county. Mr. J. H. Brand, of the Corvallin Wagon Company, is in the city with a wren! number of his firm's wagons for display at the state fair. It is rumored that lien. Lew Wallace author of "Ben Hur," "Fair God," etc., will deliver one of his entertaining lee tures in Yakima some time in October. Tim Hkimld is indebted to Prof. J. O. Lawrence for a splendid bunch of Cali fornia grapes of hooio unknown variety. They greatly resembled Must-ates in fla vor, but were almost black in color. Sam Horslich...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 20 September 1894

LOCAL ITEMS GALORE A Feast of Newsy Rotes Condensed For Tbe Herald's Many Readers. HOME TALES ENTERTAININGLY TOLD Tlse C'llr and (onin, Hair Hern kAhUiiiiviu|ii,i far Paragraph* Which i.t\i 1'r..,,,!«. of Proving of More Than Pa»«lng InlrrrM. Dr. Frank is preparing to erect a cot tage on the corner of Chestnut and Third streets. It is reported that A. K. Lyon, the present city marshal, will be chosen chairman of the republican central com mittee of the county. Mr. J. H. Brand, of the Corvalliw Wagon Company, is in the city with a great number of bis firm's wagons for display at the state fair. It is rumored that <ien. Lew Wallace author of "Ben Hur," "Fair God," etc., will deliver one of bis entertaining lec tures in Yakima Borne time in October, Tni; Hkiiai.u is indebted to Prof. J. O. Lawrence for n splendid bunch of Cali fornia grapes of sooie unknown variety. They greatly resembled Muscatel iv fla vor, but were almost black in color. Sam Hoeslich is in durance vile in Ta coma...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 20 September 1894

HF«V B! m HERE. Ikr launldi lair Manager I iml« Mack to rnlM In Itklaa. Mr. Henry Bucey, the hustling mana ger of the interstate fair at Tacoma, was an over-Sunday visitor in Yakima. While here he went onl to the slate (air srounds, drove around the track, inspected the | buildings, and expressed himself as heart ily pleased with everything so far done. Hit conclusion was characteristic of every man who stops to think for one moment of the work accomplished at the fair grounds in so short a space of time and with no funds whatever: "Ureat Tacoma. gentlemen! you surely haven't itone all tbia without money!" Mr. Bucey's visit was not a lengthy one. He came over for the purpose of se curing permission to keep the fruit jam already forwarded from this city to Ta coma, as the interstate fair people wished ! them.to remain on display there. Ta coma would send back some of the "emp ties" sent her, properly filled, in lieu of those desired to be kept. President Par ker and Secretary Reed ac...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 27 September 1894

s.x paoes The Yakima Heraijx « ■■*»» VOL. VI. PROFESSIONAL CAHDS. W. IMXMUfiCK, M. I)., vSURGEON and PHYSICIAN. cvii.-.' In F>he)mau 111 <x- k. Residence. K-'i.-i man Hi. i L m JJ J. SNIVEI/V, ATTORNEY AT LAW. MP~-i utii r nvpr Yukiuin Nhilihihl Bank. N'nrtti Vaklma. Will i>raiti,•<• In all th«courtaof tot -tatr miml V. t*. Ihiml office*. ftKAVIS * MILKOY, ; ; V »ii o \ ATTORNEYS AT LAW. ga^Will NMMM In ill Court* nf tin- Htat» .»pi'|.|nl attention given to all U. ■- land office Mulmt. North Yaklma. Wash. w. l. j.iNii, s. v. mnui JONES & NEWMAN, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Over Firm National llauk, North YaklmH, Wa»lj I>. K. MACKINNON <'. D. Hl'ltANl jyjACKINNON A MUKANE, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Koomi 1 anil I I .owe Illk. North Vaklina, Wa»h Jjj^ O. MORFUKD, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Practices In all Court* In the State. Especial attention to Collection*. Office up Rtalra. Yak h.,ii National Hank HiilMlng. JOHN A. BROWN, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office in Eshelmau building-. Will practice, in...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 27 September 1894

NEW GOODS ARRIVING DAIL V THE YAKIMA HERALD. H. M. KEED, EDITOR ASD MAS M.Kit. rublishni every Thnrsday; mitworlptinn 12.00 per year in advancu. Advertising ratet upon application. OFFICIAL PAPER OF NORTH YAKIMA. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, J894. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. Supreme Judge .. John L. Shabprtkin ... Thomas Allen Congressman B. F. Hh-ston " N. T. Caton COUNTY TICKKT. Joint-Senator Ueorok 8. Taylor Representative E. F. Benson Auditor W. J. Roaf Sheriff H. 11. Allen Treasurer Matt Babtiiolet Clerk Henby W. Cbeason Prosecuting; Attorney. .Thomas M. Vance Assessor. George H. Hill Coroner Db. U. V. Wintkbmi-te School Superintendent E. P. Greene Sheep Commissioner .. .Andrew Sum Commissioners— Second District — Joseph Stephenhon Third District E. W. R. Taylor Gloystein, tlie Palouse farmer, has been found in physical health in Oregon, and the populists are rejoicing that no political murder is now laid at their doors. Glovstein alleges that populistic threats and fear of bodily injury cau...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 27 September 1894

GATHERED ABOUT HOME j Personal, Social and Business Events of Local Interest. BITS OF GOSSIP, FACT AND FANCY Paragraph* About People We All Know—Happenings In the l.l»<- ' Heat ion ii and Ue«t Country la ' Washington Stale. A patent has been issued to R. J. t Mackison on his hop cleaning machine. i Louis Lachmund on Saturday shipped I:'.'i! i) pounds of hops to Hurst Brat., New York. Mrs. O. S. Courter and her mother, j Mrs. Lucas, arrived here on Sunday from Mt. Vernon. Mrs. Lucas will remain for several months. A song by W. L. Conolly, with instru mental accompaniment, is one of the at tract iono offered by the phonograph man "If You Love Me Tell Me With Your Eyes" is the title. At a recent Methodist Episcopal confer ence held in Tacoma the hop industry was condemned. That is not as severe a blow on the grower as the present condi tion of the market. Lee Fairchild is now a resident of Los Angeles, Cal , where he has been nomi nated by the republicans for justice of the peace. F...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 27 September 1894

TIE EEnßLlfkl STATE fMVEm*!. The miwr Flank rat aa Inipvrlnat Flajare In ihr <'•na°rr»l«n«l l*«ia lomliu Janrt Handi« appro 1. The republican state convention atSpo- j kane adjourned late Wednesday night and Yakima's delegation returned home Friday morning. As stated las) week the successful ticket was Itanlitlle and Hyde, for congress, and Uunbar and (iordon for the supreme bench. For the state senate for thjs district, I). X I."«li was nominated on the first ballot, recei-ing! the votes of all of the Klickitat delega tion and all of the Vakima delegates ex cepting two —Mr. Lesh voting for W. L ! Jones and Or. Hare rusting no ballot Mr. Jones might have figured around and received the nomination, but Aliiert Say-. lor and Jerry Rochford were there man aging his campaign and thus handicapped his chances vanished as they alienated Dr. Hare, who is said to ha.c favored 1 Jones and was doing missionary work among the benighted Klickiiaters. After once lieing snowed under the sil ver...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 27 September 1894

THE FIRST STAfE FAIR Continued from I'agt 1. Ml.' I C«n any disinterested mm wnnuar (hut the farmer has MM "p before tint c.nivecitiii s of 1 hi- PMriti nnd the |ej«l n«-"in illumes 111 the tin e.| S'atS* asking fur some greater rm-ogiiitioti. some wan ing o' to Uimi strange law ol dix-riinina tion? Why should lint he? Who is this American tanner. He is the man wh«, at the landing nt the Mayflower, lenped from riyiii.iiiili Knck amid thpsavages in the unknown fore»t« of this land, suffered Deprivations and distress of sickness ana deal 11 to plant the soil, mid before his harvest \ ielded to the sickle was called from his plnw>liarp to sustain the shriek of liberty wliicli pierced the hearts of freemen Himuuh thethn>Htof I'atrick Henry Kmui Lexington to Cnnc-urd and from Bunker Hill to Yorktn*nit was this Ameri.an farmer who laid the blood of the tyrant up-m the soil, who real zed the I'e. i.iraii'.n of Independence, and uave birth by his djrimi life to American free dom. This...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 27 September 1894

AN OLD TIMER'S DEMISE I Character Well Known to All Old Settles in Mima A LONELY DEATH 111 THE MOUNTAINS Joirpli Kauiri Imnd Itxtit \*ar Ike Hcadwalfrid the hiu Kllck* Itat Whither Re Went ••• a limn ing Expedition. "Old Joe Bowser is dead." That was a remark which on Friday morning last occasioned more reminiscent comment. more stories of pioneer days, than the tame statement about almost any Other resident would have done. For "Old Joe," aa he was (without (ii* respect) called, had many a friend and still many more passing acquaintances among the "toys"' and ranchers in this county, and he was pretty well known in the city, too, where his rather infrequent visits always terminated in some episode remembered laughingly or otherwise by his associates after he had gone. The manner of his death will always remain a mystery, although it is under stood to have been heart failure, a result ant from Joe's prevailing habit of indulg ing rather excessively in intoxicants. He was found, dead...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 4 October 1894

VOL. VI. PROFESSIONAL CARDS, \\ W. M,COUMI('K. M. li., SURGEON ami PHYSICIAN. ipivh'c iii K*b*]gua Btaei Kwlrtinrn Mxl mam Meek. ■ ] J J. BHIVXLT, ATTORNEY AT LAW. t&*<\mrr (nor Yukiiii* NittlniiHl Hank. Snrth Ynkiinn. Will practice ill Hit thy riMirtKiif lli" -ttitrmul I' R, luml ofili'c*. KKAVIS A MILKOY, |i. n.*r.Avi* \ It. H Mil.H('Y | ATTORNEYS AT LAW. fflr-Vtill i.rncriri. in oil OMfti <■( IkaMtl*. opei i»l attention riven la nil I', i. Uml Mta huslnesl. North Yflki'nu. W n«ll W. L. .lIINIB, 1 M. NEWMAN JONES .^ NKWMAN. % ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Over First NHtioll:i! !!mik. Nertli VnkiliiM. \\ a«h D, I. M.\l KINNuN C. I. Mf RANT \f ACKINNON A HORAHE, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Hoomil >tit*l j 1...we m'k. North VakUßa, Wash. JOHN A. BBOWN, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Offlc* In Ksbtlman bmlldlnf , Will prartlct In rII I'iMirtH of (Inl slnto. QBO. 0. MILLS, CIVIL ENGINEER. Mmi BOC. liTiL'ntinii Kir'luc.'is. T. S. Deputy Surveyor. Oltiet* in the larger «'f thl rmivvt'll buildings, .'ml street....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 4 October 1894

New Blood New Nerve New Grit THE BIG DRY GOODS STORE Always on top with New Goods and New Prices. The low prices on our Dress Goods, Ladies', Gentlemen's and Children's Woolen Underwear and Hosiery, Cloaks, Table Linen, Corsets and Gloves. THE YAKIMA HERALD. K. M. KEF.D, EDITOR AM) MANAOER. Ptibtlibed every Thnmdajr; milnorlptlon WHO per year In advance Advertising MkM upon application. OFFICUI. PArER OF NORTH YAKIMA THVRSDAY, OCTOIiER i, JB-J4- DEMOCRATIC TICKET. Supreme Judge .. John 1,. Siiahi'mkin " " Thomas Aixkn Congressman B. F. Heintos •' " N. T. Caton COUNTY TICKKT. Joint-Senator Ueokoe S. Tavi.or Representative E. F. Benson Auditor W. J. Roaf Sheriff H. H. Aii.kn Tressorer Matt Bartiiolkt Clerk Hkxry W. Creahos Prosecuting Attorney Thomas M. Vance Assessor Georor H. Hill Coroner Dr. O. P. Wisteruvte School Superintendent . K. P. Oreine Sheep Commissioner . Axdrew Si.avin Commissioners— Second District J.Mcru IfBMHMMI Third District K. W. R. Taylor The democratic nominee fo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 4 October 1894

LOCAL ITEMS CLOSE If Feast of Newsy Holes Condensed For Tbe Herald's Many Readers. HOME TALES ENTERTAININGLY TOLD lin I'll)' and i it Hair Hrrn llaki ii and Srrnprd l«r I'nragrapli* Which «•!>■■ Pnmlir nf I'rnvlMK ol <inir ■■•:■•■ Paanlng- liilrrrd. Harbormaster .1. 11. Cliff an<l wife, of Tacoma, are in the riiy to day. The Salvation Army will conduct «pr vices at the l'reshvterian church on But iTi.v nitctit, Key. Drew li in/ absent in Portland. Deputy M ushal 11 hil:in I iirre-te I an Iniliun naniPil Dick, Wednesday, charge! with stealing cattle from the reservation Deputy <>ni 11 tin t is on the track of two more of the thieves. I, H. Chapman, of Seattle, it hrotlipr of W. 11. Chapman nnd formerly n resi dent of this cilv, in a candidate for Urn legislature from King conniy on tbl inde pendent republican ticket. Hon. Steve O'liriPn und wife, of Ta coma, arrived here Wednesday. Mrs. o'l'rien will remain in Yakima for Home time in the hope thut the warm lll—llllll a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 4 October 1894

(|l \(\ WORK BY KI.K<TKir!T. ABSthcr » .101 l I.hill* II r. II II by Ihr •■btl« A»rin In raring l»i »f ni«. Taroma ledger. Tacoma, Sept. 25, 1894—T0 all whom it may concern: This is to certify that Dr. Darrin cured me of ileafnrss in six minutes by electricity. lam a Swede by birth. Have been in ttiU ronntry seven years. I am more than pleavcd at taing cared of deafness, Dr. Oarrin treated me free of charge, as I had no money. K. lIMMi Dr. Parrin still enntinuo^ to treat the worthy poor from 10 to 11 a. in. daily. Those able to pay, from II a. in. to sp. t».; evenings, ; to Ij Sundays 10 a. tn. j to 2 p.m. Charges reasonable, accord-, ing to circumstances and ability to pay. I Consultation free. Dr. D.trrin ha* offices | at Hotel (.'hilberg, Tacoina, Wash., for a limited time only, and the utllicted desir- | ing his services shouKl call at once. Dr. Darrin makes a specialty of all dis eases of the eye, nose, thront, catarrh j and deafness, and all nervous, chronic! and private di...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 11 October 1894

Vt)L. VI. PROFKSSIOSM. CAttDB. W. McCOKMK'K, M. I>., .SURGEON and PHYSICIAN. (lllloe In K«helman Hl.irk Itr.idenee, K»hel man Hlor-k. ■ JJ J. SNIVKI.Y, ATTORNEY AT LAW. #»-l>tnre over Yakima National Dank. North Vakiina. Will practlc* in hII Mitt ■ ourtnof the ■•tare and I' », land MM, qbav»*iouu>t, <;;.;- attorneys at law. Mr*WIM practice fn all tiinrt» of the State. ?peeial atteutlon given to all I. ■, land nlßee | bunlneM. North Yakima. Wanli. w. L. jokei, I.I>MIIU JONES & NEWMAN. y ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Over Flr*t National Hank. North Yakima. Wa«h D. K. MACKINNON < . I>. MIKANK T^JACKINNON A MURANK, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Rooms 1 au<l J I.owe Hl'k. Nortli Yakima. Wash. JOHN A. BROWN, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Offlrciu KMieimmi bnlMlng. Will pVMIIM in h" ■ "Mfi- "! thentatu. (JKO. C. MILLS, CIVIL ENGINEER. Mom. S«!. Irrigation npilaW. V. S. Deputy Surveyor. Ofltraln the larxiT of thu Cadwell hiiil.lni'.'-. tad street I) FRANK, M. I)., PHYSICIAN & SURGEON. I.ale Stir...

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