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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 2 April 1896

VOL. VIII. _.WAR PEACE We are always first in the hearts of those in search of SHOES. We believe we are giving better values for the money than any other house in the county. Have you seen what we have to offer and asked tbe prices ? Do so. Ashcraft <fe Kinsey Don't overlook the choice line of Groceries we are handling. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. JJEAVIB & ENGLEIIART, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Rooms 7 and 8, Set-owl floor, First National Bauk building. O 0. HENTON, k_J» ATTORNEY AT LAW. Practices in Federal and alt State Courts. Office over Yskims National Dank. H- HARE, DENTIST. Office over Posteffice. Yakima avenue, North Yakima. XI J. SNIVELY, ATTORNEY AT LAW. |f Office over Yakima National Bank. North Yiikima. Will practice in all tha courts of the BUte and U. *-. land offices. W. L. JOS«S. J. M. NEWM-K. JONES A NEWMAN, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Over First National Bank, North Yakima, Wash p FRANK, M. J)., PHYSICIAN & SURGEON. Late Burgeon Washington Stato Soldiers' Home. Office lover Ffrst...

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. — 2 April 1896

To get something by being lucky is the fad of the age. . . „ Prizes now go with everything. We follow in line. Every Sat 3QHIK urdav we shall . ■•«•s►•■•*•► 2o|£ GIVE _A_WA_Y ii Dinner Sets, Lamps, Glass Sets, Traveling Bags, Etc. For fur ther particulars call at our store. ME YAKIMA HERALD. _. M. REED. EDITOR AND MANAGER Pablithed every Tbnrsday: rabscrtptloD 11.00 per year In advance. Advertising rate* ■pon application. THURSDAY. APRIL S, 1896. THE RESTLESSNESS OF 1896. At no time before in the history of the United States has there been such a manifest restlessness on the part of a large number of its citizens as to where they shall locate aud establish themselves for a permanent livelihood. This state ment is made without* reference to the temptation wbich has lured msny to start for Alaska and other mining regions. There baa always been a tendency on tbe part of the people of all nationa to hunt for gold at any point where there has been given the least hint of ita presence. Fr...

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. — 2 April 1896

CUBBY * * * BROTHERS * * Successors to Kd. F. White. SNAP SBOTS AT YAKIMA Tbe "Herald" Reporter Takes Photo- graphs of Local Events. PEN PICTURES OF YAKIMA LIFE a All Rons at Pa rng m phs Umbered In the 'Ii i rspalls „t Central Wash i»i!inii and from the Ureal and Fertile Country surrounding It. Pay up your subscription. C. A. Jensen, of I'rosser was a Yakima visitor on Tuesday. Born, on Tuesday, March 31st, to Mr. and Mra. James Mabry, a daughter. The regular monthly meeting of the Commercial club will beheld on Tuesday evening next. George Gulllatid and John Mackison were passengers for Murray, Idaho, on Tuesday's train. Remember the entertainment at the opera house by Mrs. Harnly on Friday evening, April 3d. Walter N. Granger left on Tuesday for Tacoma on business connected with the Yakima Investment company. Geo. K. Thompson, of the Wonder store, left yesterday with a stock of milli nery goods for I'rosser and other points as far east as Idaho. Children's services at St. Michael...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 2 April 1896

W THE BEST HAN. t WK "t" >k -A. »■. .-k 4 -k 4 -t-o Jt-a vl> <^lv 0.f.0 "♦.£•»*■ **>i-*^ -l* vi^^^r i*** •£•*" *X\ i-'r "X-. *.T.T *«?,•* '1^ 2 2 A fat yellow rose dropped from Artie's lapel aa be came into the office Thursday morning. "Hark, I think I hear them wedding bells. Tingsly-ting, tlngaly-ting, ting ting-ting." As be sung this he put one hand be hind behind his ear and stood in tbe list ening attitude so commonly affected by neat song and dance artists. "Aha! The best man, I believe?" said Miller, moving back from his desk and regarding Artie's specialty with keen de light. "You know it," replied Artie, "you know it. I waa the stroke oar at the doin's, and while I ain't throwin' any boqnets at myself I must say that me and Mame was the hit of the piece." "You got through all right, then?" "A little slow on the gateway, but I made a Garrison finish. I was runnin' in strange company, too, but as soon as I got the pace they couldn't head me. Bay, we had a purty go...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 9 April 1896

VOL, VIII. i_WAR .."PEACE We are Always first in the hearts of those in search of SHOES. We believe we Are giving better values for the money than any other house in the connty. Have yon seen what we hAve to offer and asked ths prices ? Do so. Ashcraft <fe Kinsey Don't overlook the choice line of Groceries we sre handling. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. ■REAVIB A ENGI.EHART, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Rooms 7 and 8, Second floor, First National Bank building. g C HENTON, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Practices in Federal and all state Coorts. Office over Yakima National Bank. -yy H. HARE, DENTIST. Office over Postoffice. Yakima avenue, North Yakima. XT J. SNIVELY, ATTORNEY AT LAW. «»-ot!ii*i- over Yeklina National Bank, North Yakima. Will practice lv all tha courts of the State and U. s laud offices. W. L. JONES. J. M. NEWMAN. JONES A NEWMAN, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Over First Natioual Bauk, North Yakima, Wash p FRANK, M. D., PHYSICIAN & SURGEON. Late Burgeon Washington State Soldiers' Home. Office .over First Nat...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 9 April 1896

To get something by being lucky is the fad of the age. s, t, Prizes now go with everything. We follow iv line. Every Sat 'Ek* £" urday we shall A^i. G-IVE AW\Y Dinner Sets, Lamps, Glass Sets, Traveling Bags, Etc. For fur ther particulars call at qur store. I"HE YAKIMA HERALD. t. M. RIED. EDITOR AND MANAGER Published every Thursday: subscription |I.W per year in advance. Advertising rates upon application. THURSDAY, APRIL 9, 1896. THE DEADLY PARALLEL. When such a young | For the fifth or sixth Jay as A. H. Maguin*. ' time io a year, the Sat who could uot succeed ! terle-s com hi nation has in running a soup ; made another change in house, and was a total : Ihe alleged newspaper failure aa a news-pa- i they conduct. First the per man, mskes the * affair was the Qullcene assertion that North ijiieen t Next It blossom- Yakima is not enter- ' nl forth in this city aa prising enough to sup : the Kvei.iug Herald, bat port a daily. It is but the (all soon gave natural that the nenii- , Tbe ...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 9 April 1896

CURRY * * * BROTHERS * * Successors to Ed. P. White. NAP SBOTS AT YAKIHA Tbe "Herald" Reporter Takes Photo graphs of Local Events. PEN PICTURES OP YAKIMA LIFE All Norta nl rui hi; in |i li» I.lulu-nil In Ibe Meiropollaof iuiu.ii it ith. Ilium" and front Ihe Ureal and Fertile Country Nut-rounding It. Mrs. J. J. Tyler left on Saturday morn ing for Portland. James Pincus, of Seattle, is registered at the Hotel Yakima. J. Leahy, of Walla Walla, Chinese in spector, was in the city Tuesday. The dedication of the Moxee Presby terian church has been postponed until Sunday, April 20. Allen C. Mason is in the city attend ing to matters in which he is interested in the superior court. George Hazzard, of Tacoma, was a Yakima visitor on Monday, leaving tbe next day lor Spokane. State Fair Commissioner F. A. Will iams, of Ellensburg, attended the meet ing of the board on Monday. Attorney George T. Reid, of Tacoma, was in the city Tuesday looking after the interests of his clients in the superior ...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 9 April 1896

THE WORLD AT LARGE .m»m-at>*t- Miscellaneous Bits of Information, Gossip and Fancy. A NEW POLITICAL ORATOR. ■r. Towne of Dulnth Make* a nit In th. National Honse of Representative*. The orators in tbo house cf represent •tives are so few that a single brillian speech will some tiroes gain for t man a nationa! reputation. Munj of the 356 mem bers sit through whole sessioni without makinf a set speech, anil 'a few of them dc most of the talk ing. Onoe in s while, tbongh, s new recruit, whe C. A. TOWNB. has sat quietly for a month or so watching tho proceed ings, will rise unexpectedly and startle tbe house by a strikingly brilliant speech. Almost before his words have died out bis name will be prominently displayed In the headlines of thousands of papers throughout the country, and be will re ceive a shower of congratulatory tele grams from his political friends. Mr. Charles A. Towne of Duluth, Minn., who made such a stroke in the bouse recently hy his Fjicech in favor of free silv...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 16 April 1896

VOL. VIII. ••«»P_H_ A.CH_ We are always first in the hearts of those in search of SHOES. We believe we are Kivinn better values for the money than any other hon»e in the county. Have you seen what we have to olfer ami i"-kri the prices ? Do so. Ashcraft <fe Kinsey Don't overlook the choice line of Groceries we are handling. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. JJKAVIS A ENGLKHART, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Rooms 7 and 8, Second floor, First National Bank building. g C HENTON, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Practices in Federal snd all State Courts. Olßcc over Yakima National Hank. "Vy H. HAUE, DENTIST. Office over Postedice. Yakima avenue, North Yakima. TT J. SNIVELY, ATTORNEY AT LAW. /CB^Offlce over Yakima National Bank, North YR-ima. Will practice in all tha courts of the State and U. S. land offices. W. L. .lONKB. J. M. NEWMAN. JONES A NEWMAN, ATTORNEYS AT LifW. Over First National Bank, North Yakima, Wash P FRANK, M. D., PHYSICIAN & SURGEON. Ijitc Surgeon Washington State Soldiers' Home. Office .over First Nat...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 16 April 1896

To get something by being lucky is the fad of the age. . . Prizes now go with everything. We follow iv line. Every Sat- . . 7*^ ■■*" urday we shall -e^*--*^*-* --3^£ GIVE _A.WA.Y Dinner Sets, Lamps, Glass Sets, Traveling Bags, Etc. For fur ther particulars call at our store. ■ fHE YAKIMA HERALD. X. 11. REED. EDITOR AND MANAGER Pabllnhed every Thursday; labecripttoo I per year in advance. Advertising rates upon application. THURSDAY, APRIL 16,1896. ANOTHER STRIKE. The Oreijnnian of the 13th alt., ia au thority for the report that Eugene V. Debe, preaident of tbe American railway anion is preparing to order another "atrike" on the 15th of August next. Is it possible that our laboring claaaea have not yet been sufficiently taught by ex perience tbat whatever disturbs aociety (alia first upon the market of labor and from thence affects prejudicially, every department of business. The "people" at least, have not forgotten the bitter lea aon of '94; all business stagnated; mil lions of pr...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 16 April 1896

CDBRY * * * BROTHERS * * Successors to Ed. I". White. SNAP SHOTS AT YAKIHA The "Herald" Reporter Takes Photo graphs of Local Events. PES PICTURES OF YAKIMA LIFE All v„.|. „r l-.ii.iii. „,!,, Lit I tier, t 111 lite VI. i r.i|n.il» nl f'eiiiriil U u»li liii_i..ii uml Irom tlie t.rrut uml lirllli < nmitri Ml r■i.llml I■< _ li. B. E. Snipes is iv the city. B. D. Vandeveer is a Seattle visitor this week. O. V. Carpenter returned on Wednes day from a trip to Seattle. The VV. C. T. U. will meet at the home of Mrs. Whipple on Tuesday, April 21, at 1:10 p. m. Hey. J. T. Kshelman ol Tacoma, spent several days iv Vakima this week look ing ufter his property interests. Senator W. R. Forrest was over from Seattle on Saturday last and made proof on a desert claim loiated in the vicinity oi Ziiliih. "Schott the Shoeman" will reduce bis stock |oO.K) in the next two months and it will pay you to call and see the reduc tions he is making. Mrs. Burton, who has been keeping bouse for her brother,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 16 April 1896

THE WORLD AT LARGE AmAmmAmA Miscellaneous Bits of Information, Gossip and Fancy. HUNGARY'S FESTIVAL PREPARING TO CELEBRATE THE NA TIONAL MILLENNIAL Th* Exposition to Ba Opened at Baoap*** on May S Wll Hare Maay Taatara* nf Modern aa Well a* Hlatortral latataat Th* Boildlnga. Next May tbe people of Hungary are to celebrate the one thousandth anniver sary of tbe birth of their nation by the opening of a national exhibition at Budapest All the world will be invited to see tbis little but energetic nation take a holiday, and the sight will be well worth witnessing. Hungary is as little known to na aa any of tho nations of Europe, mainly because it is overshadowed by Austria. Its capital, Budapest, although one of the most beautiful cities of Europe, is probably the least visited by tourists, as it is somewhat out of tbe beaten track of travelers. Tbe Hungarians are just now enjoying a period of reviving wel fare and widespread good fortune, and although theirs is tbe only nation in Euro...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 23 April 1896

VOL. VIII. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. XJEAVIB A ENGLEHART, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Rooms 7 and s, Second floor, First National Bank bHlldlns. C C. HENTON, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Practices In Federal and all State CotirtK. Offlee over YakiinH National Hank. Ty H. HARE, DENTIST. Office over PosUffice. Yakima avenue, North Yakima. TT 4. SNIVELY, ATTORNEY AT LAW. gam-Otfu'e over Yakima National Bank, North Yakima. Will practice iv all the courts ot the State and U. S. land offlcea. W.L.JONES. J. M. MIWHtM. TONES A NEWMAN, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Over Flrat National Bauk, North Yakima, Wash p FRANK. M. D., PHYSICIAN & SURGEON. Late Burgeon Washington Mate Soldiers' Home. Office .over First National bauk, North Yakima Wash. JPLMER E. mmw, M. D., PHYSICIAN and SURGEON. Office over Chapman's Drug Htore. Residence- Telephone HO. All night Telephone couuection with Chapman's DruK more. T)RS. FLETCHER and BAKER, HOMUiPATHIC PIIYSICANS and Surgeons. Office in Schlotfeldt building. Dr. Fletcher's office hrs. I Dr. B...

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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 April 1896

To get something by being lucky is the fad of the age. Prizes now go with everything. We follow in line. Every Sat urday we shall GIVE AW4.Y Dinner Sets, Lamps. Glass Sets, Traveling Bags, Etc. For fur ther particulars call at our store. ME YAKIMA HERALD. X. _ REED. EDITOR AUD MANAGER Pabliahed every Ttanndaj; satMcriptlon 11.00 per year in advance. Advertising rates upon application. THURBDAY. APRIL ts, 1899. WHY HESITATET Ia spite of all tbe Spaniards can do, anna and munitions ot war are daily landed in Cuba. There ia war on tbat island, notwithstanding all tbat Senators Hale and Hoar may say to the contrary. Why tbis delay on the part of tbs presi dent in recognising tbe belligerency of a brave people making a heroic struggle for freedom? With or without such recognition, it la now very evident that tbs Cuban revo lutionists will win. But they conld do so more easily with such recognition. Spain is doomed to lose tbis last of ber American posssaaioos. It ia now more than seventy...

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. — 23 April 1896

SNiP SITS if YAKIMA The "Herald" Reporter Takes Photo graphs of Local Events. PES PICTURES OF IAKIIA LIFE All M-rls nl C.ii.i. . i|'! . (.inhered ' In ilu ti. iirnpoll* nl fen Ira I 'il.i.li. | Inglou mill from Un* «.n it and Fertile Inini'ii viirriiiiunliiu 11. .1 M. Giltiert lelt on Wednesday for the Gray's Harbor country. J. D. Clommer made the trip to Kislvn Sunday night, returning Tuesday. Miss Florence Lince returned from Portland la»t week < oiimderahly benefit ted in health by her trip. The dedication services at the new* Presbyterian church in Moxee will be held next Sunday afternoon ut 3 o'clock. "Schott the Shoeinan" will reduce his stock $.">OiH) in tho npxt two mouths anil it will pay yon to call and see the reduc tions tie is making. Wallace Athertou has severed bis con nection with the Hotel Bartholet snd is making preparations to go to the Colville country, wbere he is interested in some mining property. Frank L Wheeler is the happy pos sessor of a new two seat...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 23 April 1896

THE WORLD AT LARGE mmJApOmma* Miscellaneous Bits of Information, Gossip and Fancy. "WHEN ELI'S HAD HIS DINNER." On long, hot Sunday afternoons, When we've irot home from raeetin. An Eli'a chan-p-d hit* jiunt-aloona. He'a awful t-n-t on patin. He's tbat outrageous cross -'twould ahaz An unconverted sinner. I hart* to stand a heap of blame Till KliH got bia dinner. An «o I'm never very alow To get the kettle tit Iln; I -all il duly, for I know Bin t-nmper is a spllln, I warm the Intern an tho meat An don't let nothin hinder. An then I let the feller eat. An Eli gets hia dinner. Now, Eli'a not a greedy man. Bat yiiinih. ■«-, ri.ini- a .Sunday, He'll vat a blggor dinner than He'd think of on a Monday. An when he's done he tlpe hia choir Back 'gainst the kitchen winder, An noon you'll hear a anorin there Win 11 Eli'a (ot his dinner. But when he'a doaed a little while. Half wnkin an half aleepin. He'll wake np In a better style For Bunday an a d.akin. He'll talk ho pious an ao kind. 'Twnu...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 30 April 1896

VOL. VIII. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. Mill A ENULEIIAKT, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Rooms 7 and 8, > n*l Boor, Flrat National Bank biillilliiK- O C HENTON, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Practices In Federal ami all State Courta. Offlee over Yakima National Hank. W H. HARE, DENTIST. Offlee over Foetaffice. Yakima avenue, North Ysklma. XX J. SNIVELY, ATTORNEY AT LAW. gag-itflit-e over Yakima National Bank, North Yakima. Will practice in all the coiirtiot the gtate and U. - laml offices. , w.n. aoaaa. j. «. hswmaw. JONES A NEWMAN, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Over First National Bank, North Yakima, Wash p FRANK, M. D., PHYSICIAN & SURGEON. * I.ate Surrcon Washington State Soldiers' Home. Offlee .over Firat National bank. North Yakima Wash. T^LMER E. IIEO, M. D., PHYSICIAN and SURGEON. Offlee over I'hapman's Oruu Htore. Residence- Telephone a). Ail-nigh! Telephone connection with Cliupmaii'i in in,- Itm, T^RS. FLETCHER and BAKER, homcei'athic pliysicans and Surgeons. Offlee in Schlotfeldt tinlldlnt? Dr Fletcher's offic...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 30 April 1896

To get something by being lucky is the fad of the age. Prizes now go with everything. We follow in line. Every- Sat urday we shall GIVE AW4Y Dinner Sets, Lamps, Glass Sets, Traveling Bags, Etc. For fur ther particulars calf at our store. THE YAKIMA HERALD. K. li. REED. EDITOR AND MANAGER Pabllshed every Thursday; sabecrlptlon 11.00 per year In advance. Advertising ratea npon application. THURSDAY, APRIL SO, 1896.; THE CITY SCAVENGER. The Ttmet newspaper, ao called by courtesy, tskes to itself the credit of hav ing brought down tbe price of the county newspapers from $_ to $1. Tbe Timet is mistaken in this. The price of The Heb ald ia atill two dollars per year onleaa paid in advance. Tbe Timet waa not taken into consideration when a conces sion "waa made for cash subscriptions. Losses in one way and another and the expenae of collections made The Herald management believe that a caab basis waa preferable and on thia ground alone waa the cut made. Tbe rimes ia a scavenger and baa bee...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 30 April 1896

SNAP SHOTS AT YAKIMA Tbe "Herald" Reporter Takes Photo graphs of Led Events. PEN PICTURES OP UWih LIPE All Mart* af lii tag t ■ pta* i.m1..re.1 In I l..l|elri.|i.ill» ..I I . in ri, I *i*l,i»l,. Inglun and Iran the Ureal and I ■ i ill. i ii.inir) Nurroundlng 11. J. M. Gilbert returned from a trip to the Grays Harbor country on Tuesday. Mrs. Hurley Taylor returned on Satur day laat from a long visit with friends on the Sound. ThoW.C. T. U. will hold the next meeting al the home of Mra. Oliver, on D. street, Tuesday afternoon. The bim k-niilhing tirin of Harvey A Sim-lair has been dissolved, Mr. Sinclair retiring to devote his entire attention to the ice business. Walter Wharton, Joe McCloed, Harris Elliott aud Jack -Hharles left Tuesday with saddle and pack horses for Myers' Creek, on the Colville reservation, in search of fortune. The clay pigeon shooting contest lie tween H. A. (iritlin and T. R. Fisher on Sun.mv ln.-i resulted in Mr.Gritfin retain ing the leather medal, the score ...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 30 April 1896

THE WORLD AT LARGE emmftrnggmm Miscellaneous Bits of Information, Gossip and Fancy. DO YOU EVER THINK? Do yrta ever think a* the hoars* drlvw hy That it won't 1»' loaf till you and I Will both ride ont la the big, plumed hack And we'll never, never, never ride back? Do yon ever think as you strive for gold That a dead tnui'i hand can't a dollar hold! We may lug and toll and pinch and Bare, And we'll lose it an -whan wa raaoh the grava Do yon ever ll.lnk aa rem <4n*r!y clasp Your lag of gold *wilh a firmer sraap If the huncry heart* of the world were fed It might bring peace to your dying bed? —L. A. W. Bulletin. FOUNDED ON FACT. "Mr. Rogers, did you say?" "Yes, sir; a tall, middle aged firm tiemnn." replied my servant. I could recollect no acquaintance of the name. "Ask him to step in here," I said al length. Tho man who entered my study waa a complete stranger to me. He was tall, between -40 and f>o years of age, rather thin and very angular in his move ments. He wore a short...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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