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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 25 April 1895

VOL. VII. PROFKSSIOSAI. (API'S. W. H. Bimilr, II B. Riuoa. Chasi.s* Xl( rardsos, North Yakima. Tacoma. IXMiLK, RICHARDSON i RKiU, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Office over Yakima National Bank. References. National Bauk ol Commerce and Paget Sound Havings Bauk, Tseoma. Waah. J A. TAUtiARD, BROKER. State. Cl'y and County Warrants bonahl and other papers handled. OBlce, Yakima avenue TJEAVIB A ENGLEHART, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Room. 7 sod S, ■saatai floor, First National . Bauk building. __ *J 0. HENTON, ATTORNEY AT LAW- Ptaetlce. In Federal aud all Slate Courts. Ottos over Yakima National Bauk. YY^ H. HARE, DENTIST. Office over Poatoflice. Yakima avenue, North Yakima. TT J. BNIVELY, ATTORNEY AT LAW. ■•■•"■Ofllce over Yakima National Bank. North Vakima. Will practice In all tha court, of tbe stste snd 0, S. land offices. W. L. JOKES. J. «• N1.W1.41*. TONEB a. NEWMAN, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Over First Natloual Bank, North Yakima, Wash (}EO. C. MILLS, C. E., COUNTY SURVEYOR. Mem Boc. Irrigation Knsrineers I....

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 25 April 1895

THE YAKIMA HERALD. X 11. REED. KHI run AND MANAGER. Published every Thursday; subscription £2.00 per year In advance. Advertising rates upon application. TIIVRSDAY. APRIL M, 1895. The liberties of the American tieople are in danger, and a body blow has been struck at the great national game by Deputy Collector Breckinridge, of Ken tucky, wbo has made a ruling that in comes over $4000, which are derived from poker, horse racing or kindred sports, are subject to tsx while corresponding losses cannot be deducted. Peace bas been proclaimed in tbe Orient and victorious Jspan secures al most everything she asked for. Now the question arises as to where Ex-Secre tary Charley Foster gets off. From the lack of commotion created by him as the representative hf China, and the charac ter of the terms of peace he evidently alighted at the water tank. It is natural that Russia should not wish to see China surrender to Japan any territory on the eastern Asian continent, and it is likewise natural ...

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 April 1895

AREPORTBR'SNOTBBOOK Entertaining Bits of Information Which Were Pound Within. PEN PICTURES OF YAKIMA LIFE All ••rls al I'M rug r;i |.l>* l.ultn r.,1 In the I, tropolls ol Central Until. login,, nnd front llie i.r,-:n nnd Fertile * suinri SurrannSlng It. Ixmis I.schinuod, HorHt Hros.' ener getic rustler and hop buyer, arrived on Tuesday from the sound. Frank Horsley and S. C. Henton have been chosen by the ha-al lodge K. of P. to represent them at the state conclave tn be held in Walls YVslla on Msy 15. VV. Q. Graves, of tbe firm of Waiter A 1 1raven, Kllensburg, was in ttie city on Tuesday .on court business. Mr. liraves is a brother of .Indue Carroll It. Graves. The local lodise B. I*. O. X , which was to have been instituted this week will not be opened until Thursday, May -. The adjournment was taken in order tn allow time lor invitations to lie printed snd for warded Elks in various parts of the state. A large crowd of visitors is ex pected. Church Clerk Charley Spoon sends i...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 25 April 1895

Compare the Magnificent Fruit and Alfal fa Lands of the Moxee Artesian District at $50 Per Acre with other Lands in Yakima County. IYSTHLIOCS POWEK. a \t»n<irrful atea-settr tar a Worn drrliil As;e. Electricity is the wonder of the age, i snd the mode of treatment is tha acme ' if perfection. It penetrates the secret i ambush of disease and exterminates it I root and branch, forever. It removes the I wretched symptoms of loathsome mala dies and averts its dreadfnl effects. It ' cures many ol tlie most hopeless cases ' tnd relieves pains that every known ram- ' sdy has failed in, and can be substanti- I ated by the evidence of hundreds wbo I have been cured by Dr. Darrin, Tacoma. Read the following names of persons who ' have been enred: ' Ed. Griffiths, 810 South I street, Taco- I ma, sciatic rheumatism and general ner vous debility, restored. Mrs. A. J. Smith, 407 East Thirty-first street, Tacoma, inflsmed eyes, catarrh and bronchitis, enred. Judge O. P. Mason, Portland, Or., de...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 2 May 1895

VOL. VII. PROFESSIONAL CA IM W. H. li ■ i • II H. IMML cmiiT>liniiiiii.>"v. North Ynklnia. Tarurua. JgQGLK, RICHARDSON A RKi(i, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. imiiit'iui Yaliin«Niili..ii«i Dunk. Uff. ri-iii r«. National Hank n( Commerce anil I'nget Mand Hsvluk* Hank, Tacuma, Waah. J A. TAG(iAKI), BROKER. State. Ciiy un<l County Warrant* boafht nu<l ! other pa|*r« bandied. Office, Vaklina KIM JJEAVIS A ENGLEHART, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. H.«.in« 7 and H, Second floor, Firnt National Bauk i.iuliliui:. g C HENTON, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Frartirea In Federal aud all State Court*. Data over Yakima National Hank. yy H. HARE, DENTIST. Offlce over Pontoflice. Yaklina avenue. North Yakima. ££ J. BNIVELY, ATTORNEY AT LAW. ' a W >>()mre over Yakima National Dank, North Yakima. Will practice In all th» "uurtnof the Mate and ('. S. laud offices. w.L.JONtd. M.nttU, TONES A NEWMAN, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Over Flrnt National Hank, North Yaklinu, Whkli (}EO. C. MILLS, C. E., COUNTY SURVEYOR. HoO. Hoc. Irrigation...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 2 May 1895

THE YAKIMA HERALD. • E. If. RKEP. KMTOR AND MANAGER. THVJiSDAY, MAY 2, 1895. THE VOM.VISSIOSERS' DECISION. The sction of the State Fair commis sion this week, as reported in another column of Tiik Hkrald, comes in the nature of a surprise to many citixens and as an expected pronunciamento to an equal number of others. While it is im possible that such a step could be taken without meeting opposition, that opposi tion has been of a most mild order from all classes who might have thought the commission in error—chief among whom is the small army of prospective workmen who expected individually to profit by the holding of the second annual exhibi tion. Even these are most deferential in their opinions as to the wise or unwise policy adopted by the governor's ap pointee's on thfl commission. On the other hand, the local members of the board have been tUe recipients of hearty congratulation from the leading business men of this city, who recognize how def tii'iilt it would have been to s...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 2 May 1895

4REPORTBRSNUTB BOOK Entertaining Bits of Information Wbicb Were Pound Within. PER PICTURES OF YAKIHA LIFE All *arta of Pa mg ra pa* «..nii. r. .i In •!••■ Netrapallaaf Central \» n*h liiimii an* from llir (.mil itinl F«rlll« loniilr) Mirro hit It. Col. W. W. Prosser was a Cle-Klum viiitor last week. I/oniH Larhniunil ami wife are in (tie city from Puyallup. W. 11. James, of the Amtrican. was In the city from Prosser yesterday. Kietb W. Dunlop id up from his Pros ser ranch for a visit in Yakima. Dr. A. WilmiM and Mrs. Hayes, of Kort Siiin-n, were in the city two or three tnjt this weeU. E. P. Alvey, the Sunnywide commis sion merchant, was in the city thin week od business. T. L. Phillips, the Mabton road super visor, has been in the city all week, as a witness in a case before the local Ud<l office. Mrs. W. 11. James will visit her sister**, who are attending the state normal school ■t Kllensburg, next week, she leaves on Saturday morning. Mr. Humphrey Sawyer returned on Tuesday m...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 2 May 1895

Compare the Magnificent Fruit and Alfal- fa Lands of the Moxee Artesian District at $50 Per Acre with other Lands ill Yakima County. LIVE Y«l TRIED ELEOIinTT! 1>« >nl UIT« I |> Hop,- Bcraist lon Have >.m I mind Mrllrf. On* •• ike Celebrated Mrs. Dart-In I* Vl»ll Merits 1 nklm» .tlar i ■■Hi to J .Hi. There is probably nothing as disgusting as a sickly specimen of humanity. By this we mean thuse people who suffer from diseases which easily yield to elec trical treatment. They are miserable themselves and make others miserable. Because some doctors inlorm you that your case is lioimMpss does not make it so. Tjike the case of Mr. Tucker, president of the Rank of lienessee. Idaho, whose card we give below. It speaks volumes for I>r. I'arrin: (ienessee, Idaho. Dr. Darrin—Dear Sir: The electro magnetic treatment you gave me for chronic catarrh and other troubles of 13 years standing has proved stuvessful. Yours truly. H. A. TICKER. Through the urgent request of many in this ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 9 May 1895

VOL. VII. PROFESS[OX A L CA H US. f£MXMJL WOMAN'S HOSPITAL, Ul «ni) 123 S. Yakima aye. For termi, He., ad dreu the matron, Miv 11. Kllli. W. H. Boolr, 11. H. Riuob. CHiaLIR Km ii«l'.iiv. North Yaklma. Tacoma. JJOGLK, RICHARDSON A RUiO, •ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Offipeovpr YaklmaN'ttiousl Bank. Kcfcit'iiio. National Hank of I'linmrnt and Pwret Smunl Uavlugt Bauk, Tacoma, Waiih. J A. TAGGARD, BROKER. State. Cl'y and Co»nty Warrants tioHnht aud j other paper* handled. Office. Yakima avenue. J^KAVIS & ENGLEHART, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Rooms 7 and S, Second floor, Flmt National Bauk building. g C HENTON, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Practice* In Federal and alt State Courtn. oltlre ; over Yaklma National Hank. ■ H. HARE, DENTIST. Office over Pontoffice. Yaklma avenue, North Yaklma. TT J. BNIVELY, ATTORNEY AT LAW. f*r-i inii'p over Yaklma National Bank. North Yaklma. Will practice In all th« courts o! the dtate aud 0. s. laud officer w. L.JOKM. J. «• ««»«'»• JONKH A NKWMAN. ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Over Flr»t Natio...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 9 May 1895

They are a Great Big are selling fast and ME YAKIMA HERALD. K. M. REKI). EDITOR AND MANAiiKR. PubllnUi] every Thnr*<l«y; iiibntrlption 1100 per year in advance. Advertising ratei upon application. THURSDAY. MAY 9, 1595. .4 LESSOX OF THE TIMES. It is a pleasant thing to ace all the newly cultivated acres in the county being put in crops of the old-fashioned farm variety—trees, corn, potatoes, bay and garden. This gives something for the family to live upon, and for cattle and bogs and horses. Our soil is so well adapted to special crops, and so much money has in the past been made in hops and cattle, that it needed the hard times to bring Ihe farmer down to the notion that the farm must keep the family anyhow, whatever else happens. If a hop market or a potato market or an alfalfa market shall be so good as to give a handsome surplus, then so much the better; but let the work of the summer keep tbe people in the house and the stork in the barn, anyhow. Let it give meat, bread, veg...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 9 May 1895

TERSE TALES OF A WEEK "The Herald" Searchlight Thrown Over City and County. SUISHUE ABD SHADOWS OF LOCAL LIFE I'armraHili Mil* <>t f^oaalp, BMtetf Ifn>. Prritmli and II 1 ppr « i.Kili'r.-.i iimiii l.iiiin.i mid Hrr I niiriiiiiiit \ h 11. > . Al. Katz left yesterday morning for a husinesd visit in Tacoma. T. F. Maber returned on Sunday from a trip to the sound and Eilensburg. James M. Gilbert left this morning lot a live day visit in Tacoma, Seattle and { I Olympia. I < Mr. Jack Bradford returned on Satur day from his long visit with his parents I' and friends in New York. J. G. Lawrence was on May <> ap|«iint- , ed a member of the state board of educa- ' \ tion by Governor McGraw. G. L. McKay, urand chancellor of the ' state K. of P.. is In the city from Tacoaa j' today, on business connected with his ' order. That big new advertisement of Sc.hott I Bros., on first page, must appeal to tho ; owner of a hard-times pocketbook. Read ' it. You'll know what to do aft...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 9 May 1895

Compare the Magnificent Fruit and Alfal- fa Lands of the Moxee Artesian District at $50 Per Acre with other Lands in Yakima County. »:i.tiE.iiLE fiia Stubborn llt.rutr. \ Irld is Sktllfßl j Irriiimtu ti| Dr. Karrlti. \» ho Will *<••■> Visit North *■*- Una. nil 15 •• *.V That Dr. Darrin ha» effected extraordi nary cures, alter all efforts c lewhere have failed, it « fact supported by tbe strong est efideoce. His cures, moreover are rapid and permanent, as the following card and testimonials will show i To the I'ublic—l hold it It be tb« duty of every man to tell the truth, through name are ashamed to say that tbey have . been to an advertising doctor. I, for one,! am not. My Imy bad been deaf for some time, and under Dr. Damn's electro-mag netic treatment he has been cured. Refer to me at Union Ridge, Clarke county, With. A. M. Edmund. Mrs. M. A. Cheney, North Yakima, j Wash., asthma, general debility. Jacob Seibw'a girl. North Yakima, Wash., cured of croM-eye in a few sec onds...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 16 May 1895

VOL. VII. PROFKSSIOSAL VA KM. 'JTUCOMA WOMAN'S HOSPITAL, 121 and I'JS N Vaklina m, For t«rm«, rtr , ad drea* the matrnu, Ml** 11. Kill*. W H. 1. ■ i • H. B. Kits*. iinmr< R|(B»RD»on. North Yaklroa. Ta<i>ma. nOQUt, RICHARDSON 4 RKiU, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Office oTer Yakima National Hank. MJsfOMsa, National Hank o( Commerce ami I'njet tfiuind HaviuK' Rauk, Tacoma. WSSB. T A. TAUUARD, BROKER. Htate, City anil Oo»ntjr Warrant" bought and [ other paper* handleil. Office, YaLlma avenue. XJEAVIB 4 ENULEHAKT, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Room* 7 aud 8, Second floor, Flr»t National Bank building. . g C HENTON, ATTORNEY AT LAW- I Practice* In Federal and all SUte Courtii. office over Yakima National Hank. < YY H. HARE, 1 DENTIST. Olßce orer Poatoflice. Yakima HUM, North Yakima. TT J. SNIVELY, ATTORNEY AT LAW. |S) Office over Yakima National Bank, North Yakima. Will practice in all thu court* of the Btate and U. H. land officer W. t. JOHKi. J.M.KEWMAB. TONES A NEWMAN, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Over Firs...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 16 May 1895

They are a Great Big are selling fast and THE YAKIMA HERALD. E. M. KKKH. EDITOR AM) MAXACiF.R. Pnbliihed every Thursday; imbtcrlptlon 12.00 per year in adntnre. Advertising ratei upon application. THURSDAY, MAY 16, 1895. A LEADER AND A OIIKF.. Secretary Morton has written an open letter on the silver question, which is an admixture in equal parts of overawing self confidence and lamentable igno rance. Mr. Morton confidently puts the old "yardstick" imbecility as an unanswerable argument, when all the world knows that his infam ous gold yardstick is now about two yards long, and that it never was a measure of value, strictly speaking, at all. The peo ple are heartily sick of having their goods and labor measured by the gilded fraud ; and to rub it in is adding insult to injury. He also asserts that the cause, the sole cause, of tbe depreciation of silver is the enormous over-production of that noble but unfortunate metal. We would com mend to his careful attention page 442 of the coi...

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. — 16 May 1895

A REPORTER'S NOTEBOOK Entertaining Bits of Information Which Were Found Witbin. PER PICTURES OF YAKIMA LIFE All »on« ol Paragraphs i-mi.. r. .1 In HitiSlflropo Ii . mi.,.l Un.li. Inarlon and tram tii.- <Jrra( and » rrlllr t ..IH.lri Sn r r .Ml II <l 11. j. ||. C. E. Fearl, the hop buyer, returned on Tuesday from Seattle. Mr. Jamas M. Uilbert returned on Sun day from his trip to Tacoma and Olympin. John Kangley, president of the N. I*. Coal company, left Tuesday for the east to be gone until July. Walter 11. Cline, of Seattle, was an over Sunday guest of his brother, Fred B. ('line, of this city. Mrs. Frank Horaley and son leave to morrow night for Dcs Moines, lowa, Mrs. Horsley 'sold home, to spend the summer. The new officers of the fire department for the ensuing year are, chief, John Heed; assistant chief, J. C. Liggett; sec retary, John Backer; treasurer, Alex Sin clair. Bloomers and divided skirts are no longer curiosities on Yakima's streets. Several lady bicyclers now a...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 16 May 1895

Compare the Magnificent Fruit and Alfal fa Lands of the Moxee Artesian District at $50 Per Acre with other Lands in Yakima County. QDEEN VIC. TO ABDICATE Grofcrs Gift to the Father or Triplets Named Frances, Roth and Esther. 15,000 VIRGINIA MINERS ON A STRIKE Hewi N*te« Fran All I'oinn «i iiir < onipUM Hollrd Uoun lor '-Tlir Herala's" iui oi out *r T«wa Reader*. Gov. Walton, of Delaware, will appoint a senator to succeed Senator Higgioa. Japan is negotiating, with Nicaragua for transportation rights on the big canal. Tbe Adams Express Company has de clared a quarterly dividend of 2 per cent. payable June 1. Cyrus Waldeprave Eaton, ex-mayor and one of the mo»t prominent men of Cedar Rapids, la., is dead. The jury trying Police Inspector Mc- Laughlin of New York on a charge of extortion, has been discharged, having failed to agree. The preliminary examination of John T. Jones for robbing the mint, was con cluded at Carson, Nev. Jones was held to the grand jury. Claus A. Blixt plead...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 23 May 1895

VOL. VII. PROFESSIONAL CARDB. 'J'ACOIIA WOMAN'S HOSPITAL, 1:i and U» N. v«k urn ay*. For tana*, etc., «d dm* tht matron. Mlm H. Kill*. W. H. Boon, H. B. R«8o«. Ciiiiji RicMiRDiOH. North Yailma. MM T3OGLE, RICHARDSON A RIGO, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. office oTer YakimaNational Bank. Reference*, National Bank of Commerce aud raget ifcmnil Baviufi Bank, Tacoraa, WMh. J A. TA.GQARD, BROKER. luu, City and i-onutT Warrant! bought and olber paper* handled. O«ce, Vaklma mine. UK A Vis A ENGLEHART, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Room* 7 and », Second floor, Flrit National Bauk building. g C. HENTON, ATTORNEY AT LAW- Practice* In Federal and all state Court*. Office over Yaklma National Bank. H. HARE, DENTIST. olßee orer Poatoffic*. Yakima arenne. North Yaklma. J£ J. BNIVELY, ATTORNEY AT LAW. iroiin orer Yakima National Bank, North Takima. Will praotire la all t h«ronrta of the State and U. 8. land offlce*. w. t. jon«a. J. «• mw«*». JONES A NEWMAN, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Orer Flrat National Bank, North Yakima, Waah QE...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 23 May 1895

They are a Great Big are selling fast and ME YAKIMA HERALD. C. X. REED. EDITOR AND MANAGER. PttblUhed every ThurvUy, tnbKrlptton fi.oo per year In advance. Advertising rate* upon application. THCRSDAY, MAY iS, 1895. DEMONETIZATION WAS A TRICK. Some one in Michigan recently endea vored to secure the names of the members of the U. S. senate and bouse who voted in favor of the bill to demonetize silver, also tbe date of the passage of the bill. The New York World takes up tbe matter and gives the following lucid explanation which wiil be found-instructive a* well a* interesting: No bill was ever passed "to demone tize silver." Silver was demonetized by a trick, and not more tban three men in the city of Washington knew when it was done or within a year thereafter, even, that it had been done. This de monetization was the result of a combi nation among half a dozen of tbe leading gamblers of the Gold Board, which had it* ramification abroad. The coinage committee of the house reported a...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 23 May 1895

A REPORTER'S ME BOOK Entertaining Bits of information Which Were Pound Within PEN PICTURES OF YAKIMA LIPE All Sarla «f P>ra|raphi l.allirrrd In til* Ylrtrapoll* of Irmral \% h.li- Inil'ii anil from (lie Urcat and FarllU Itnaiti Hurrounalini It. V Theo Steiucr came up from Portland Monday to look after his property inter- Mta bere. Mr. W. L. Stelnweg left for Sprague and Spokane Monday averting returning thia morning. Mr. George S. Vance has been appoint ed administrator of tbe eatate of the late Dr. W. U. Coe. Engle Steinweg left for Pullman on Sat urday last to again take up his studies at the agricultural college. Key. Alfred Brown, of St. Michael's church, returned from a visit to his old home in Brooklyn, on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Q. A. Francis, of La Conner, are guests of the Atherton this week. Mrs. Francis is a daughter of Rev. Combs, of thia county. The Christian Kndeavorers returned from Seattle Monday, feeling highly elated ' at having secured tbe next state conven tion o...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 23 May 1895

Compare the Magnificent Fruit and Alfal fa Lands of the Moxee Artesian District at $50 Per Acre with other Lands in Yakima County. Ki:»l. ESTATE. Reported by J. J. Tyler, abstractor: 0 J Pefoy to D W Simmons e'.< ne }i se'i sec 2 (p 12 n r 18* ♦ 350 Panns Mtg Invest Co to Abbie M Luther It 4 blk 209 N V 1000 Fist Nal'l Bank to J R Lewis south 25 by 30 ft of It 12 blk 31 N V... 500 S E Dean to X F Benson Its 2, 11 (h kiilwin's five acre tracts 1000 U J Bosdet to E W Dooley s! 8 se^ neU sec 20, 14, 18e 1100 Heirs of Mary F Stapp to J C Lig gett It It) iilk 289 Ker's add and second add toNY 1 P J Herke to P Frank It 3 MacCrim mon <fc Needham's stib 150 Sheriff to O S Raskin Its 7, 8, 9 blk 31N V 962 limit A Davis to C Anderson Its 11, 12 blk 74 NY 500 Minnie S Greeley to J M Gilbert 4 acres in sSi s'.j ne' 4 se' 4 sec 23, 13, 18e 7500 W J Mllroy to V A Miiroy It 10 blk SONY 1 C X Hale to E T Wallace Its «, 7, 8, 9, 10 St Paul acr tcts 2500 D Wells to Mary E McCardy 4 acrs in nw'i...

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