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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 7 May 1896

VOL. VIII. PROFESSION..I, CABOB. TJEAVIS A ENOLKHART, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Room. 7 and X, Second floor, First National Hank bulldlnc. g C HENTON, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Practices in federal and all State OuafaV Office over Yskiinii Nstlousl Hsuk. W H. HARE, DENTIST. Office over Postsffice. Yakima avenue, North Yakima. TI J. BNIVELY, ATTORNEY AT LAW. «a"*" ,Inlce over Yskims National Bank, North Vat ima. Will practice In all the court, ol tbe State aud U. B. land office.. W. L. JOKES. j. H.HEWMAN. JONES A NEWMAN, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Over First National Bauk, North Yakima, Wash I IK INK E. COSNBLL T)RB FRANK & CONNELL, Physicians and Surgeons Office over First National Bauk. Dr. P. Frank', office Dr. R. ConneU's office hours: hours: 11 to 12 s. m. 10 to 12 a. m. 2 to 5 p. in. 1 to -: p. in /ja^Nigtat bell at office 7 to » p. m. XfLMER E. HE(i, M. V., PHYSICIAN and SURGEON. Office over Chapman's rims' Store. Residence— Telephone 30. All night Telephone connection with Chapman's Ping Htore. T)...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 7 May 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 .A.WA.Y Dinner Sets, Lamps, Glass Sets, Traveling Bags, Etc. For fur ther particulars call at our store. THE YAKIMA HERALD.' E. M. REED. EDITOR AND MAN4OER Pabllsbed every Thursday; sabscrlptloa $1.00 per rear In advance. Advertlalns rates upon application. THURSDAY, MAY 7, 1896. THE M'KINLEY TARIFF. K. L. Hodkin, in the Forum, says: "If the republicans elect tbe president next fall and have a majority in both Houses, they will probably pass something like the old McKinley tariff bill, and tbey will generally suppose tbat this will bring in an era of prosperity; but it will not do to any more than the old McKinley tariff which led to the terrible defeat of 1890. It will be full of excesses and abuses, which will bring about another reaction and there will then be in a few years an other kind of tariff with a similar result. Prosperity will wait for a...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 7 May 1896

CASH IS KING *_ *_ • • I have adopted the cash system and will in the future sell for cash only. (1.(1 ffl Sll. .l-:s THAT SKU. FOR $ 4 , $ 5 and »v,. I will reduce the price of every shoe in the store and eive you for tt nex."^ davf™" "' "* '"' * ■"* '"" *" XJ UI better and a^*-t* abot, for the money tlfan you ZEiS* Lfore |«|Jsß J la\-1 .111 reductions I have made and you will be convinced that CASH talks every time ANY SHOK IX THK STORK FOR ■11 1 .ill * i —* — —** SCHOTT, The Shoeman SNAP SHOTS AT YAKIMA The "Herald" Reporter Takos Photo graphs of Local Events. PEN PICTURES OP YAKIMA LIFE All Sorts of Paragraphs leathered In the Itletropollsof Central Wash*. Ina;tan and from llie limit and fertile Country Mirrmiinliim 11. H. J. Snively is in attendance upon the U. S. court at Spokane tbis week. Bert Churchill hss challenged 11. A. (iriilin for the championship leather medal for trap shouting. Miss Jessie Ssnds, who has lieen visit ing her sister for a couple of weeks past, returne...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 7 May 1896

THE WORLD AT LARGE •>*»»jo-,-*j«>-*j*> Miscellaneous Bits of Information, Gossip and Fancy. THE WANDERER. Upon a mi'unt.-iin height, far from the sea, I founil a shell, Ami to my li -t. a, i ,;•;, ar the lonely thing Ever a song uf i*-ean sermeil to sing. Ever a tale of ocoon m-nin ,1 to tell. Row ram. the shell upon that mountain height? Ah. wbo can say Whether there dropped by some too carelesa hand Or whether there cast when ocean swept th* land, Ere the Eternal had ordained the day? Strange, was it notT Par from it* native dtsjp. One song it sang, Sang of the awful mysteries of the tide. Sang of the misty sea, profound and wide. Ever with echoes of the ocean rang. And as the i lull upon tbe mountain height Sings of tho sea So do I ever, leagues and leagues away. So do I ever, wanderinK where I may. Sing, O my home; sing, O my home, of the.' —-Eugene Field. IN WARTIME. Just below tbo dam tbe water wheel of Euzebio, the miller, creaked noisily In Its ponderous revolutions...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 14 May 1896

VOL. VIII. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. WKAVIB A ENGLEHART, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. KiMim. 7 sml *, Seeotnl floor, First Nstlousl Bank bullillus. IO C HENTON, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Prartloen in Fe*U*ral nnd nil Statu t'onrts. Offer? over VaklniH Nation*. Hank. YY" » HAKE, DENTIST. Office over Po.toffice. Yakima avenue, North Yakima. TT J. SNIVELY, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Jja^-office over Yakima National Bank, North YsTlma. Will mattes in all ths courts ol the State and U. ft, land offices. W. L. JOKBS. J.K.MWSAM. JONES A NEWMAN, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Over First National Bank, North Yakima, Wash T. rSANK "• CONNEI.I. t)rs frank a connell, Physicians and Surgeons Office over First Nstionsl Bsnk. Dr. t. Frsnk's office Dr. R. Couneirs office hour.: hours: 11 to 12 a. m. 10 to 12 a. m. 2 to 6 p m. 1 to 8 p. m. *jay-Nlghl bell nt office 7 to »|i. m. TTLMER E. HEG, M. I)., PHYSICIAN and SURGEON. Office oyer Chapman's Drug Store. Residence- Telephone SO. All-night Telephone connection with Chapman. Drug Store. T)RS. FLET...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 14 May 1896

DON'T READ THIS for it tells you where to get the best silver ware FREE OF COST ! For each CASH purchase in our store you get a ticket representing the amount of your purchase. When you save tickets amounting to from $io to $60, bring them to us, and we will give you a piece of Guaranteed silverware, in value according to the amount of your tickets. THE YAKIMA HERALD. X. U. RBED. EDITOR AND MANAGER Pabltshed every Thnrsdsj; sabscriptlon II OO per year In advance. Advertising ratal apon application. THURSDAY, MAY 14, 1896. The elaborate ceremony reported from Madrid, indorsed by thequeen regent and the whole government, in which it was •ought to procure the intercession of a saint who lived in the thirteenth centnry to bring the drought to an end and effect the suppression of the Cuban rebellion, will be accepted by the civilized world as further proof of the unfitness of Spain to rule either herself or Cuba. It may be all right to make a reasonable demand npon a saint wbo has been d...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 14 May 1896

CASH IS KING * * * • To'-bow yo^the dllreii^betwe T' "V" "■* V^..'"^ (hO Pfl ""S ™XT SKM' R>R """ * ' will red»" ** P"«= <"' -en shoe in the store and give you fo^henex" v'davs a credit price I will sell ¥ I LI better and more stylish shoes for the money than you ever bought before. Call in? sec the y \ _§ HI reductions 1 have made and you will In- convinced tliat CASH talks every time ANY SHOE IN THK STORK KOR flB I I .ill _. — _**_. __ * i — + ——T v SCHOTT, The Shoeman SNAP SHOTS AT YAKIMA The "Herald" Reporter Takes Photo graphs of Local Events. PEN PICTURES OF YAKIMA LIFE All Nans al Paragraph* timbered In Ihe Tiiirc, polls „i < .in ml \t a.ti ll! a; ton and from the Ureal and fertile Country surrounding 11. Kl({in Baxter returned from Anaconda, Montana, today. H. A. Uriffln defeated Bert Churchill st trap shooting on Saturday last. Born, Wednesday, May 13th, to Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Staton, a son. Oscar A. Fecbter now rides an Eagle bicycle purchased from Pennington. * A...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 14 May 1896

THE WORLD AT LARGE Miscellaneous Bits of Information, Gossip and Fancy. De summer's snmpin mighty fay, De winter's mighty Bober, Bnt Jet' betwlx 'em an between Am gorgeous ole October. So doan' git downoas' 'bout HÄ« fro*' Dat rank yet btt'n de wood: De 'simmon am a-rlpenln aa D» 'possum's ttittin good. De wntahmilllon's done played out, But dnh am jay In sight; De punkin's mighty t-miptln , f Yob. only cooks It right. 8o take yob panlners an rejoioe De way dat people should: Do 'slmmnn am a-rlpenin on De 'possum's gittin Rood. —Boston Globs. FOR ANOTHER'S SIN. Sir Mortimer Barbican was an old man, one of the old types of English aristocrats—fiery, imperious and inor dinately prond of the integrity of his name and ancestry. At the time I went into his employ, years ago now, he was living alone with his only daughter at | his family sent in Gloucestershire. A strange looking, tall lady waa Miss -, Linda Barbican, with large, black eye* , and pale, hard set features, bearing the | tra...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 21 May 1896

VOL. VIII. PRttFESSIfIN.II, i'ARhS. OKAVI:- ,V ENI.iU-.IUUT, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Itimins 7 snd B, Stcnnd il.sir, Fust Naiimial iaai iiiiiiiliiix. C HENTON, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Praet.ri- in Mcml n\n4 nil -trite DMfftfc O ....•«.' HM YrikitiM NHti'inul Hank. \y n hake, DENTIST. llltice over I'nstellire. Yskima avenue, North Yakima. j I I, HIITSLT, ATTORNEY AT LAW. fl^a-jfMße* „ver Ynklms Nations) Bank, North Vakima. Will prattle* in all th. .ourts of the - tat i- and V. s. Isnd .uli..-. w. i.. hinss. j. a.mwsii. JONES A NKWMAN, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Over First National Bank, North Yskims. Wssh 1.1111 l K. IIINNKI.I. TMtH FRANK & CONNEU,, Physician.s and Sukgkons Ossai our First Nations! Hank. Ur. P. Frank's olliio I Ur. K. Council's oflice hours: I hours. 11 to IS s. in. 10 to 13 a. m. 2 tv .. p m. 1 lo :l |i. in. .Ota*-Nil?tit l«'l al ofl'no 7 to it p. m. "PLMKR E. BKO, M. D., PHYSICIAN and SURGEON, Offlre over chapman's linnr stun*. Residence — Telephone 89, all-Bight Telephone I'ontiert...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 21 May 1896

DON'T READ THIS for it tells you where to get the best silver ware FREE OF COST ! For each CASH purchase in our store you get a ticket representing the amount of your purchase. When you save tickets amounting to from $10 to $60, bring them to us, and we will give you a piece of Guaranteed silverware, in value according to the amount of your tickets. THE YAKIMA HERALD. a,. at. RIBD. EDITOR AND MANAGER Published every Thnrsdty; sabsrrlptlon 11.00 per year In advance. Advertl.iu* rate. upon application. THURSDAY, MAY !1, 1896. SILVER AND DEMOCRACY: A Washington, D. C, special to tbe Chicago Pott, which has tbe true ring and which will gladden the hearts of all democrats who are not attached to Wall street or administration lead strings, reads as follows: "Tbe president has been told that not only will the sound money element lose Its fight in Chicago, but that a triumph ant and merciless free silver majority will insist upon the adoption of resolutions instructing denunciation of his c...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 21 May 1896

CASH IS KING *___*_ * * To stw "lu'thi 1 Z^^Z.7\ Wc_\_\\*A TTv^ ■M T h_r% (hO Tfl I will reduce the price oi every shot in the store and give you forthe,,exT\o"lns a credit price I will sell J UII better und more stylish shoes for the money than you ever-bought before. Call in sec the 1-k _ I .111 reductions 1 have made and you will be convinced that CASH talks every time ANY SHOE IN THK STORK FOR ■Jl II -ill I _, _, * * * —■? SCHOTT, The Shoeman SNAP SHOTS At YAKIMA Tbe "Herald" Reporter Takes Photo- graphs ol Local Events. PEN PICTURES OP YAKIMA LIFE All Norl. nl l-n ra ara pli. <..,i1..i..i In iln ■»!, ir..|iiill*.ii i ,iv ml Wasli- Inglsu and Irmn u>< l.rrm and I'l-rlllr liilillll) Mlrrmi ; ||. Metzger'a bakery is lieing painted and otherwise maile more attractive. Born, May 4, to Mr. anil Mrs. K. K. Ferron, of Sunnynide, a daughter. Mis* Oilman, Mia* Caldwell and Mis* Baxter expect lo leave in a few days fur the east. Willis Thorpe, formerly of this city, has sold tlie...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 21 May 1896

THE WORLD AT LARGE IsMaw-aM*) Miscellaneous Bits of Information, Gossip and Fancy. THE ELECTRIC SPIRIT. With wild wlr.gs fetter,*! I ride the wires. My life flnda Issue in blinding- Urea, Bright shapes are wrought by nijr flying breath. But my touch is flame, and my kiss is death. Since man hath bound me with coll and chain, Kor sea aur Kjiace can his word restrain, I wind my circlet of burning Sliced The round glob* over to serve his need. Of waning winds I am king and lord; Tho storms come wielding my radiant sword. I laugh in light as the swift strokes fly. The nulliii thunders make slow reply. With mystic passion I yearn from far To my Mini home 'in uth the northern star, And thence, en the vast black walls of night, I fling great ruys from my gates of light. Time flees before mo, and none may know My course as from star to star I go* For lam life. In the utmost dsrk God's touch enkindled my fervid spark. Think ye to know me, O ye who raise My torch of Hume on the world's hlghwt...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 28 May 1896

VOL. VIII. * PROFESSIONAL CARDS. WEAVIS A ENULKHART, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Room. 7 tnd 8, Seiuinl floor. First National Bank building. g C HENTON, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Prsetlee. In Federal and all State Court.. Office over Yskims Nttlonal Hank. 11. HARE, DENTIST. Ofllr« over PottalTiee, Ytklmt tvenne, North Ytklmt. TT J. SNIVELY, ATTORNEY AT LAW. t_» Ofllre over Yakima National Bank, North Yakima. Will prsetlee in all tha eonrtsof the State tnd IT. .- land oflleas. W. L. JOI.BS. 1. M. Mil MIS' JONES i NEWMAN, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Over First Natloual Bank, North Yskims, Wssh l". FRANK. R. I.ONKSI.I. t)rs frank a oonnsll, Physicians and Surgeons Office over First National Hank. Dr. P. Frank's office lUr R. Council's office hour.: I hours: 11 to 12 a. bs, 10 to 12 a. m. 2 to I p at. 1 to tt p. m. Jjaa^Nlght tiell at office 7 to t p. m. ■pLMER K. HEU, at D., PHYSICIAN and SURGEON. Office over Chapman's linur Hture. Resilience- Telephone 80. All-night Telephone connection with chapman's lirtig t'r....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 28 May 1896

DON'T READ THIS for it tells you where to get the best silver ware FREE OF COST ! For each CASH purchase in our store you get a ticket representing the amount of your purchase. When you save tickets amounting to from $io to $60, bring them to us, and we will give you a piece of Guaranteed silverware, in value according to the amount of your tickets. fHE YAKIMA HERALD. K. at. RCKD. RDITOR AND MANAGER Pablished every Thursday; subscription 11.00 per yesr in tdvtnoe. Advertising rste. npon application, THURSDAY, MAT U, 1896. MEMORIAL DAY. The real significance of tbe ceremonies and exercises of Memorial day should not be overlooked. We do not scatter flowers and blossoms over tbe graves of fallen heroes simply because tbey were brave. There have been brave men wbo knew nothing of war. We do not honor the memory of tbe departed veterans ■imply for the fortitude end patience witb which they endured hardship and suf fering, for others have suffered and en dured as much. We do not cherish ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 28 May 1896

SNAP SHOTS AT YAKIMA .The "Herald" Reporter Takes Photo- graphs of Local Events. PEN PICTURES OP YAKIMA LIFE All Moris of Paragraphs (.ml,.nil -n, ,r I t'riursl it ii-.li. I"-'." and from the Ureal and 11mi. i iiiii.i,, Nnirounding 11. Miss Edith .Tone* left on Saturday last for her home in Seattle. Ths/''aim sa\s there are no less than 100 teuantleaa house* in Kllensburg. Born, on Thursday, May 21st, to Mr. •nd Mrs. frank Preesey of the Wenas, a daughter. Weight, l| pounds. Allen C. Mason was over from Tacoma on Wednesday looking after hi* business affairs and enjoying the glad sunshine. Kdgar Sinclsir, who has been seriously ill tlie past three or four weeks is re ported as now able to sit up and is steadily gaining in strength. Harold W. Walton, son of Walter Walton of this city, graduated in the de partment of pharmacy of tbe University of Washington at Seattle, last week. The body of Mr. Peyton, who was drowned in the Yakima river, near Kio na, several weeks ago, was recovered ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 28 May 1896

THE WORLD AT LARGE Miscellaneous Bits of Information, Gossip and Fancy. THE SOUTHERN POLE. EXPLORERS NOW TURN THEIR AT TENTION TO THE ANTARCTICA Borchg-reTlnk'a DtseoYsrtot Ia ftsathera Seas and Ills Plans For a Fataro Kxpe ,ii(Lm —Aa Antarctic CoaMaoat — Tho Great Ico Barrier of Victoria land. Theve is a vast section of tbis planet abont vhicli we know almost nothing. It lies aronnd the smith magnetic pole. Ihe north polo has long been the goal nf adventurous explorer* who have trav ersed liun'li of the frozen waste* wblcb ■unround it, and now it is rumcrad that Nansen has reached the pole and Is re turning with definite information con cerning it. At auy rate, onr map* of the •rctio regions give ns a good Idea of tbe proportion of land and water there. When they reach tbe antarctic circle, however, the geographers stop and mdi EXPLORER BOIiCIICREVTKK. cate their lack of information by leaving a blank space abont the southern extrem ity of the globe. If it ia true that Nansen haa a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 4 June 1896

VOL, VIII. PMOFMMtOttAL CABUM* I*?KAVIS A KNtiI.KiIAKT, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Ki.onis 1 and H. Secmi'l leof, Kir.t Sationsl Hani. IniildiliK. « 0. HKNTON, O. ATTORNEY AT LAW. Pra.'tices in Ke-hral and all Mate I'mirts. Oft*M over Yakim.i National Ltaoh yy ii bars, DENTIST. Ofllie over I'n.tumce, Yakima avenue, North Yakima. TI J. SNIVEI-Y, ATTORNEY AT LAW. f-ea-oin ncr Yiiklma National Bank. North Yakima. Will practice in all tlw ''iiiirt.of the and I\ s. laud afacas. W. L. IO.NKS. f, If, NKWMAN. JUNKS A NKWMAN, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Over Kir.t National Hank. Nnriti Yakima. Hash V. FRANK K. I.INNKI.I. |}KS KK.VNK t. CON.NI-XL, Physicians and Surgeons Office over Fir 1! National Bank. Ilr. 11.I 1. Frank* olllie IPr It CoaßaU'l office hours: I hour.: II to II h. in. 10 to !.' a. m. 1 tn .. |, ib. I 1 to :i p. in. .t*at-.Nil(lit liell at nllii i' 7 to l* p. 111. pi.MKR K. IlKIi, It. I)., PHYSICIAN and SURGEON. OlHceover Chapman 1. Drag store. Batldasr*— Telephone SO. All nluM Telephone C'lUiie...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 4 June 1896

COFFIN BROS. ME YAKIMA HERALD, j. K. M. REED. EDITOR AND MANAGER Published every Thursday: subscription fl 00 I per year tn advance. Advertising rates upon appllration. THURSDAY, JUNE 4, 1896. THE CZARS CORONATION. The moral to lie draw n from the page ant at Moscow, says the Boston Herald, receives as many colors as the rainbow at tbe bands of the newspaper correspond ents who have been seeing thst greatest ■how on earth. Each man offer* a dif ferent picture from hi* pen of the same •übject, and the "point of view," while interesting, is somewhat confusing to tbe general rearier of events. It will be ad mitted, however,that these accomplished ! scribes have been faithful nnto their | duly, and tried to photograph in colors j more or less vivid scenes that have not been surpassed. To summarize or to generalize a $5,000,000 coronation ia no joke, even fnr such a knight of the carpet as Bichard Harding Davis. Nor is there space enough in the modern newspaper, voluminous as it is, to d...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 4 June 1896

SKIP MB IP tUU Tbe "Herald" Reporter Takes Photo- graphs of Local Events. PEN PICTURES OP YAKIMA LIFE 411 ■•Jirls of In r.i'u i•: I'll* I.l,llxnil 111 the Hlrlrspnll.nl Irniral .» a«li lusisn nnd from the a and I ■ .ill, Country Niirronnalng 11. Born, Tuesday, June 2d, to Mr. and Mrs. 11, Schnrii, a roil. A. L. Slemiiioiis left on Thursday morn ing for a brief trip to Spokane. County Treasurer Dexter Shoudy, of Kittitas, spent Sunday in the cily. Born, May gStb, to Mr. and Mrs. Win. Lee, Jr., of the lower Natcheez, a duiigb ter. Attorney E. E. Wager, of Ellensburg, was a Yakiuia visitor on Monday in the interest of his clients. A local paper mentions 11. 15. Doust for the ollice of school dirci'tor. Mr. Doust says he is not a candidate. Married, at the home of Rev. C. A. Salyer, Monday June 1, Mr. Arthur F. Spaulding and .Miss Bertha E. Webster. Id, Barkwell, formerly clerk of the Barlholet, arrived in the city Saturday from Olympia. He was on his way to Trail Creek. Mrs. J. B. Keav...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 4 June 1896

THE WORLD AT LARGE Oaaaaaaa Miscellaneous Bits of Information, Gossip and Fancy. A FIGHT IN SCHOOL. "Order 1 Oil. r!" rri.il the teacher, Bnt the nnii;.-hty thing was done— Eddie reibbad oai Totnmic's lesson. And the tight had just begun. Little e1m!.1..v hands were clinching Jr.ekets turn and rumpled hair. Thi j' eimii never sit together, Tbey wen- such a naughty pair. 8o the seat-bef .traightwny stood them In the e-irner, with high raps, Alld UVo llille Ollt tret, tied )iul*JlS I'rvin her ruler got ten slaps. "Now. then, tell mo all the trouble," Haid the teacher at recess, But they With talked loud together. Each ono anxious to confess. "Hush, now, children, 1' said tbo teacher; "Let Et'ilie speak; one at a time." Bo Edilie Bawwsvva, all defiance, "Tom said hi.- ma uz prettier'n mine." —Ida limnic.ond Clark in Kn,ns:i» City Btsr. A HOUSE TO LET. It wan advertised in tlio paper* after [ this fashion : "A bijou residence, suit- ; able for small family. -Charmingly situ ated on ono ...

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