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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 16 July 1896

VOL. VIII. C,W. CHAMBERLAIN, Incorpontea General: Commission: Merchant DEALBR IN FOREIGN AND DOMEBTIC FRUITS AND PRODUCE. 806 Weitern Avenue BBBHSS Seattle, Wash. "THE HERALD" Is $i.oo per year only to those who pay in advance OIE DOLLAR CASH IS BETTER THAN TWO DOLLARS OS LOICI THE. gtf P*y in advance and gave money ! £(w I Meyers Spray Peps Sittr Wagons 1 *■ IX)WEST CASH PRICKS CHAMPION TINNING -~ 1 FRE& =- PEgHIHCTOII | £ \'\\\\n HiipTii JHarflware DiallKinds PROFESSIONAL CARDS. JJEAVIB A ENGLEHART, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Rooma 7 and 8, Second floor, First National Bank building. g C. HENTON, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Practice" in federal and all State Courts. Office over Yakima National Bank. H. HARE, DENTIST. Office over Postomce. Yaklma avenue, North Yakima. TT J. BNIVELY, ATTORNEY AT LAW. #W-office over Yaklma National Bank, North Yaklma. Will practice In all tha courts of the State and U. 8. land offices. W. L. JOHCS. i. v.NKWMAS. JONES & NEWMAN, . ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Over First Nati...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 16 July 1896

IT lbs. Dry Granulated Sugar, $1. Mason's Quart Jars, TOe per doz., half gallons 95c at Coffin Bros. Big- Low Price Store THE YAKIMA HERALD. M. H. RKED. EDITOR AND M&NAUKH PablUhed every Thnndajr: iwbierlpttoii 1100 per jrear in advance. AdTertUtng r»te« upon application, THVRBDAY. JULY J6, 1896. SLMSE OX SrH'KR "On the much-vexed and long-mooted question as to bimetallic and mono-met allic standard my own views are soffi ciently indicated in tbe remark* I have made. I believe the straggle now going on in this country and in other countries for a single gold atandtrd would, if suc cessful, produce widespread disaster in and throughout the world. The destruc tion of silver as money and publishing gold as the sole unit of value most have a ruinous effect on all forms of property except those Investments which yield a fixed return in money. Those would be enormously enhanced in value and would gain a disproportionate and unfair advan tage over every other species of property. If, a...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 16 July 1896

BUY SHOES . anXT nT T !ll«'nw«.SO Bicycle Shoes, $ 1.48 V^ -LA V-/ -L X . . j%jv . . ,^ ladles tan and black ties, .65 ' Illlini mil r AA/l-T I "^ Boy's ftl.Sff Brogan* - .95 THE WHOLESALE COST I """"""NSIHM shoemani SNAP SHOTS IT YAKIMA The "Herald" Reporter Takes Photo graphs of Local Events. PEI PICTURES OP UU\ LFE All Hard •! l'»ru|r«pli< <.mi.en v In the .nrtropnlla ol f mint I U «»li liiiiioii and from the Ur«t and Fnrtllc t oniilr j MirrmmriliiK It. Louis Lachmund left to-day (or Cali fornia. A. B. Wyckoff has gone to Seattle for a few days. MlssLettie Kingsbury is conducting a summer school on tbe Nateheez. W. I. Lince and family are cosily domi ciled at Soda Springs for the summer. Mra. D. Rosser and son are visiting for a few days at Fort Simeon, tbe guests of Mrs. Miller. Mrs. A. S. Dam and children and Miss Jennie Sherwood left on Wednesday for Hoda Springs. Mrs. J. I). Clemmer, for a short titne a resident of this city, died in Tacoma on Tuesday and was buried thi...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 16 July 1896

Jtheworldat large! / Miscellaneous Bits of Information, S S Gossip and Fancy. 5 X*a**«k.^^akV j». ri ,^"k—. .aaka, - ■ THE LAST STRAW. Thcw nrp the letter* she «m* n-o— Sad little Rpendthrtft of ink- Vowing her love to content me, Fifty times over, on pink. Throe are my foolish old letter*— All that I wrote her— returned, Ph.-i.-kl.il In dainty Hilk fatten. I'aptivoa condemned to ba burned. Plena for forgiveness or pity, QoaaUeM and tender replies, ■liosivf* inclined to be witty, IXixvn*, and now of them wiaa. 6tuy! Here's a fK-nnible MIM. Ah, 'tis her ultimate note: "We have betn long enongh silly. i'l.■..-, r. turn all that I wrote." - Cl.-vi-lamlur. THE TRACER. How Ha Follows Cp Dlshoneat Pnrohaaen on the Installment Plan. One of the most important men in the employ of a firm that makes a specialty of selling goods on the installment plan is tbe "tracer. " His d-itv, as his name signifies, in to find out the whereabouts of delinquent customers, who think to get out of the trouble...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 23 July 1896

VOL. VIII. C, W. CHAMBERLAIN, Incorporated General: Commission: Merchant DKAI.KK IN FOREIUN AND TX)MESTIC FRUITS AND I'BODUCE. 805 Wttltrn Avenue CONSIGNMENTS P..111. U/..L BonciTED oeattle, Wash "THE~HERALD" Is jfi.oo per year only to those who pay in advance OIE DOLLAR CASH IS BETTER THAI TWO DOLLARS 01 LOlfl TtlE. BtT Pay in advance and save money ! JCB Meyers Spray Pus Sitter Wans LOWEST CABH PRICKS „.,.„ . CHAMPION TINNINU „„ fred PENNINCTON J~ HINDKRH PLLMBINU BilNlJfcKS NORTH YAKIMA. Choice In Tie "> Hardware oi allKiofls PROFESSIONAL CARDS. JJEAVIB A BNGLEHABT, 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 Courts. Office over Yakima National Bank. "yy h. hake, DENTIST. OBlce over Postoffice. Yaklma avenue, North Yaklma. TT J. BNIVELY, ATTORNEY AT LAW. M OflUi over Yaklma National Bank, North Takima. Will practice in all thu courts of the State and U. a. land offices. W. L. JOKIS...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 23 July 1896

IT lbs. Dry Granulated Su^ar, #1. Mason's Quart Jars, TOe per doz., half gallons 95c at Coffin Bros. Big Low Price Store THE YAKIMA HERALD. K. M. RKF.n. EDITOR AND MANAQER Published every Thursday; subscription 11.00 per yeariu advance Advertising rate* upon application. THURSDAY, JULY S3, 1896. CHOOSE SUBSTANTIAL MEN. This isa proper time to mention the necessity for naming good men for stste and county offices. It is long enough be fore the conventions to strip the advice of any suspicion of personal bearing and near enough to the time for action to keep the matter in mind. Tbe general ten dency to nnity on the silver idea which prevails in this state makes it highly probable that tbe democrats can name the next governor and a majority of the members of the legislature. It is prob able because the democrats have touched the chord that is most acceptable to tbe silver men who have hitherto acted with other parties. It is the favored condition that comes partly of prevailing good se...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 23 July 1896

SNAP SHOTS AI 1 YAKIMA The "Herald" Reporter Takes Photo- graphs of Local Events. m PICTURES OF YAKIMA LIFE All Sort* af l'Hri.|ir.i,.i.. <;mlirrrd In lli<-tl. ir<i|.nll..,f i . nlrial Waah liikioh and rr«iM ii.. i.r.i.t and fertile < olllilr) Mv ilng ||. Dr. E. E. Meg is on the sick lint. J. 11. Hathaway returned last week from the Colville country. The government has reissued a pension to Isaac Davis of the Cowychee. Judge C. B. Graven Is in the city and will bold court in chambers Friday. A. B. Stewart, the well-known Seattle druggist, arrived in the city today. Walter Scott and family will leave for Soda Springs Friday to go into camp. Editor Koach of Prosser, was in the city Tuesday, viewing the political situa tion. The Salvation Army will serve ice cream and cake at the close of Saturday evening's meeting. Dell Hiacock left on Wednesday for Lake Katcheez to be the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Ueo. 8. Vance over Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. E. Thompson left last week for Mon...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 23 July 1896

THE WORLD AT LARgTT i Miscellaneous Bits of Information, S i Gossip and Fancy. ) TAKE TO WASHING. WHY THE CHINESE LIKE THAT BUSI NESS IN THIS COUNTRY. It Is So Much Easier Here Than at Home In China—Washing In Ice Covered Ponds aad Beating Ont the Dirt With Stones Por Very Small Pay. Among the thousands of Chinamen in this city few, besides tbe store and restaurant keepers on Race street, follow any other calling than that of laundry man. Consequently many Americans believe that the majority of China's millions are lanndrymen, who, when: not squirting water through their teeth i upon shirts and linen, spend their time j eating rate and puppies or indnlging in f tbe questionable enjoyments of the! "flower boats." Tbe truth is that the Celestial Kingdom's 450,000,000 of tea! drinkers do a smaller percentage of! washing than any other large country. ' What little washable clothing they wear | is cleansed in the paddy fields near the j wearer's home, and only tbe Europeans | and richer ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 30 July 1896

VOL. VIII. C,W. CHAMBERLAIN, liicorj>orate<l General: Commission: Merchant DEAI.KK IN FOREIGN AND DOMEBTIC FRDITB AND PRODUCE. 805 Wettern Avenue ®BBBE£ Seattle, Wash. "THEHERALD" Is $i.oo per year only to those who pay in advance OME MH.I.AK CASH IS BETTER THAU TWO DOLLARS 01 Lo.\« THE. KJtT" Pay in advance and save money I JO3 Meiers In Pus' utnietter Wagons $ 1 ; . . .. LOWEST CASH PRICES CHAMPION * TINNING EIniCE E| Tie Haulm ill ill knsis PROFESSIONAL CARDS. TJEAVIB A ENGLEHART, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Rooms 7 and B,Becond floor, First National Bank building. g C HENTON, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Practices in Federal and all State Courts. Office over Yakima National Bank. •yy h. hare, DENTIST. Office orer Posteffice. Yakima avenue, North Yaklma. TT J. BNIVELY, ATTORNEY AT LAW. gm-omce orer Yaklma National Bank, North Yakima. Will practice in all tha courts of the .state and U. 8. land offices. W. L. JOMBS. J. M. MBWMAN. TONES & NEWMAN, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Over First National Bauk, Nor...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 30 July 1896

IT lbs. Dry Oranulated Sugar, $1. Mason's Quart Jars, TOe per doz., half gallons 95c at Coffin Bros. Big Low Price Store THE YAKIMA HERALD. R. M. RKEI). KDITOR AND MANAOKR Pabilthed every Thnndajr; Mbacriptlon f 1 00 per year in advance. Advsrt'Mng rate* upon application. THURSDAY. JULY So, 1596. CONVICTIOSS SHOULD CARRY. Mr. Scoby, the editor of tbe Olympian, is away from home which must be very trying to tbe subscribers of that paper. Listen to his substitute, and realize bow principle has given away to party, and the danger in which an editor stands in leaving his paper to an untried man even though said editor is called from bia chair by lack of health or greater considera tions. We place health among tbe minor standards, for during tbeee days of gold monometallism health cuts bat a small flg'ire in the routineof life. Here ia what tbe Olympian of July 27th says: "Thurston county has very few actual bolters. She can obow more silver men who are loyal republicans and who will go ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 30 July 1896

SNAP SHOTS AT YAKIMA The "Herald" Reporter Tikes Photo graphs of Local Events. m PICTURES OP TUIM LIFE All Sort, of I'aracraplK l.«lhrrrd la the Ulrlropall* of Ifnlr.l W a.li- Im(I«h and (ram Ibr l.rem and » rrille (ouulrr *urroundln« 11. Operator Purdy, of the depot is taking an outing at Boda Springs. Ice cream and cake at tbe Salvation Army barracks Saturday night. Hugh Kamsauer and Lee Cody came in from Fort Simcoe Saturday, returning home Tuesday. W. C. Stayt will speak in advocacy of free silver at the Nob Hill school house Friday evening, Aug. 7. Justice Rodman performed the cere mony Wednesday that united in marriage W. Z. Clark and Bertba O. strain. The governing board of tbe Commer cial club met on last Saturday evening aud after attending to a few minor mat ters adjourned until Sept. 1. The regular services will be conducted at the Christian church next Sabbath. Morning theme: "Spiritual Degenera tion." Evening theme: "The Portents of Church Union." Edward Whitson, Dr. W....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 30 July 1896

) Miscellaneous Bits of Information, S S Gossip and Fancy. £ HOW COMEDIAN CRANE WAS SNUBBED Be Give* ■ Young Actor Some Good Ad* vice About Self Coaoelt. A very yonng man who made a hit in a new play in this cily called on William H. Crane one morning and in a very patronising manner remarked that be would consider an offer to join tbe comedian's company. The actor greeted him very cordially, for he had always been a very nioe, modest young In.iii, bat it was not long before tbe totor discovered that there was some thing tbe matter with his young frrend. Ho bald his head very high and showed certain unmistakable signs of being caddish. It did not take tbe actor long to see that tbe boy was suffering from the affliction known as "big head,"and j railing to his valet to shut the door from the outside he proceeded to do what he considered his duty. "Look, here, my boy,"said he, "you aro suffering with worms. Now, don't start. Sit still till I get through. One hit doenn't make uti actor...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 6 August 1896

VOL. VIII. C, W. CHAMBERLAIN, Incorporated General: Commission: Merchant DKALKK IN FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC FRUITS AND PRODUCE. 80S Wttttrn Avenue SBffIBRS Seattle, Wash. "THE HERALD" Is $1.00 per year only to those who pay in advance OU DOLLAR CASH 18 BETTER THAI TWO DOLLARS 0\ LOl6 HIE. tJtT" Pay in advance and gave money ! J&3 | Meyers Spray Pip Slitter ipus $' 1 * LOWEST CASH MUCH CHAMPION TINNINU m-m- pRED PENNINGTON RINDKIi^ I'LUMBIN(i |.IM>|'.K> NORTH YAKIMA Elle EjTii Ha nil 11 n: ni allKi 11 ili; PROFESSIONAL CARDS. JfEAVIS * ENGLEHART, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Rooms 7 aud 8, Second floor, First National Bank building. C C HENTON, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Practices in Federal and all State Courts. Office over Yaklma National Bank. H. HAKE, DENTIST. Office over PosUffiee, Yakima avenue, North Yaklma. IT J. BNIVELY, ATTORNEY AT LAW. •Tsy Office over Yakima National Bank, North Yaklma. will practice in all th» courtso! the State aud U. H. land offices. w. t. jokes. J. v. kiwiiah. JONES...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 6 August 1896

THE YAKIMA HERALD. X. M. RRID. CDITOR AND MANAGER r«bllsb«l rntj ThnrwUjr: »nt.vrlp!lon II.i« per year In arivanrr. Advertising rate* upon •I'pllration. THURSDA T, A VO IST 6.1596. DEMONETIZATION OF SILVER. J. Sterling Morton, secretary of the agricultural department, who was editing ■ conntry newspaper when the demone tization ol silver took place, tells the conntry and the members of the 42nd congress that the "crime of 1873" was net a dark lantern bit of work but was open and above board and that the act covering the demonetisation was before congress for a couple of years. To a very »m»]\ extent thil is true for the coinage bill was introduced two years previona to its passage, bnt before it passed a secret alteration was made in its construction striking out the provision* for the coin age of the standard silver dollars of 112... grains each. That it 111 a secret alter ation there can be no question for mem bersofthe finance committee knew noth ing of it as is show by the Congr...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 6 August 1896

SNAP SHOTS AT YAKIMA rbe "Herald" Reporter Takes Photo . graphs of Local Events. m PICTURES OP YAKIMA LIFE All Mart* «f Paragraph* Ciataerra In tin- Metropolis** I'liiml «..»!■ --1 1.a ton ana from (be tireat and Fertile Cniinir) sun [| n( v. Born, 1 Imradiiy, July 30, to Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Stayt, a daughter. Judge Erwin returned on Friday last from a business trip to the sound. Daniel O'Conner, a well known sheep man of Klickitat county, is in the city. Dr. W. H. Hare left on Monday for Astoria and the beach, to be none about ten days. Messrs. Carstens and Butler shipped a train load of sheep to Seattle and Victoria on Sunday night. Harry Voorhes left on Monday with tbe Shardlows' for Fish lake, where they will be in csmp for three weeks. Mrs. W II Humphrey and sou arrived here on Monday from Seattle for the benefit of the young man's health. Mr. and Mrs. T. VV. Moore, Mrs. O. A. Fechter, Mrs. Huff and Edgar Gunn re turned on Saturday last from Katcheez. The family of H. L. Tucker ...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 6 August 1896

/ Miscellaneous Bits of Information, S ( Gossip and Fancy. ) WHEN VIRTUE LOST. ] I A STORY TO PROVE THAT RIGHT DOES NOT ALWAYS COME UPPERMOST. A Rrmarknble Tale of Love and Tragedy |_ a Southern Town—The Fatal Work I of Two ItutlrM I ir«-.l by Kurasjed Rivals. , Tlir Kn.l of a Foolish Girl. A t-tar reporter was one of n p-'up in j I hotel lobby the other even. uid a j York drummer bad jn»t tini'shed a i story on tbe old line of virtna triumph iug and tho villain of the plot getting his jnst duos this side of the hot place, when ,t Kentucky congressman took tho fli or. '•That sort of thing," bo enid, "is v i-ll enough in books and on tbe stage and I am willing to ajtrce that it hap pens in nctnnl life, bnf not always. Let DM i:t" nu ::; itUK* t<> tho contrary." There being no objection to the cita tion, the Kcutnckian, after casting hi* \ eye <iTcr tho company, protxoded: "years ngo, in a southern town," he aaid, "there lived a pretty girl with a lot of money—a combination n...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 13 August 1896

VOL. VIII. 4 An Army Wanted ! To aid in carrying away the excelleDt B«er we are ■telling at five cents a Schooner. Also to cam ple onr choice line of Wines, Liprs mil Cigars AT F. B. SHARDLOW, A Free Lunch goal with It. Coma and ne me Comer Yakima Are. sad Front Street. AP* Subscribe for The Herald and keep ponted rtP^ /Xl TO on the political situation, ft will be sent I*\\ IP JLIIUIU. to you for three months for "two bits." Ll/UIU. Meyers Sjrai Pips I Mibr Wagons 1 $- LOWEST CASH PRICKS CHAMPION TINNING mo ™a™ fred PENNINGTON ■>"">™a horth " AKIMA | Knw« ClioiGß Hay Twine ] Hardware d! allKimls PROFESSIONAL CARDS. JJEAVIB A ENQLEHART, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Rooma 7 and 8, Second floor, First National Bank bHlldinc. g C HENTON, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Practicei in Federal and all State Courts. Office over Yaklma National Bank. H- HARE, DENTIST. Office over Poatarnce. Yaklma arenae, Nortb Yakima. JJ J. SNIVELY, ATTORNEY AT LAW. gm^OKce over Yaklma National Bank, North Vnkiraa. Will practic...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 13 August 1896

rilE YAKLMA HERALD. K. M. RKED. EDITOR ASH MANAGER PablUhe4 ertrj ThnrKiaj; intKrlptlan 11.00 per yu*r in adraura. A'lrcrtlalng rates span application. Til I'RSDA V, A UO VST 1.1, 1896. COVSTY OFFICERS. The lUrai.d hu been repeatedly aak e<l how it stood with regard to local mat ter* in the com inn political contest. To ■me ami all of the querries the answer has been that it will support those candi dates whom it believes will best subserve county interacts. Political or personal preferences ahoald cat no figure in the con test. Those who allow party prejudice to dominate over other interests in respect to non-political offices are untrne to them selves and untrue to their neighbors. The same ran be said of a newspaper. It is unworthy of support when it works on the "yellow dog" principle and will advocate those who should bo repudiated. In county affairs the qualification, hon esty and integrity of the candidate, bis capability to serve the county well and truly, is of more impo...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 13 August 1896

SNAP SHOTS AT YARIMA rhe "Herald" Reporter Tikes Photo Urapbs of Local Events. PES PICTURES OF YAKIMA LIFE All Mart* at Paragraphs Uatherea In Ihr Tlrtrepvllaof Irnlml W|||, Iniloii and from Ike Ureat aaa fertile ••uutrv Nurr»un<lln a It. Rev. J. T. Eebelman, of Tacoma, is a visitor in tbe oily. Dr. W. H. Hare returned on Monday from Astoria and the beach. Tbe Congregational otiurch of North Yaktma has been incorporated. Deputy U. S. Marshal Chas. Thomp son returned from Spokane yesterday. Rev. A. Bard returned on Monday from a trip to Whatcom where he formerly re aided. J. L. Bank*, chief clerk of tbe Yak-ma Indian agency, waa a Yakima visitor on Monday and Tuesday. Mrs. Norton and daughter, of Tacoma, arrived in the city today for a visit with the family of J. M. Gilbert. Miss Myra Howlett returned on Mon day from a visit with tbe family of Wm. Ker in tbe Swauk mining district. Messrs. A. C. Coburn, Jr., and Qeo. N. Tuesley returned on Sunday from a trip to Portland via the Col...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 13 August 1896

P™eworldat^ j ■jo--**- •«•:• •«• I ? Miscellaneous Bits of Information, S J Gossip and Fancy. ( HOW COMEDIAN CRANE WAS SNUBBED I Be Glraa a Voting Actor Some Good Ad- j vie* About Self Conceit. A very young man who made a hit in a new piny in this city oalled on , William H. Crano one morning and in a very patronizing manner remarked , that he would consider an offer te> join tho comedian's company. The actor greeted him very cordially, for he had always been a very nice, modest young luan, bat it was not long before the actor discovered that there was some thing tho matter with bis young friend. Ho held his head very high and showed certain unmistakable signs of being caddish. It did not take the actor long to see that the boy was suffering from the affliction known as "big head,"and railing to his valet to shut the door from the outside he proceeded to do what he considered bis duty. "Look, here, my boy,"said he, "you are Buffering with worms. Now, dnn't start Sit still till I ...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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