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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 11 March 1897

USUAL WEEKLY GRIST Paragr.pbic Penciling, of "Herald" Re porters in tbeir Searco for News. MAN. HATTERS OF LOCAL MOMENT I.oral 11. ins Hi _i>r.ll„_ Hl|a, -, Ilnnr miai linn, w hi. i, iimr Trans. I'li.il lv laud ll.iiui \i,iili ißklnni ■ luring Hi, •*■«( Week* W. I. C molly left for Pendleton oo Monday 11 reopen his store at tbst point. .1. IS Citron left on Monday for Olym pia to look after the penitentiary warden ship appoint incut. ,1. If, Courtney, the well-known cattle buyer, arrived in the city on Wednesday from Tacoma, wbere he now makes his lieadipiarters. Mr. tieo. S. Courter is again in the employ of Whitson A Parker having on Monday lieen recalled to the position which be is so well qualified to 611. A cocking main was held in one of the vacant buildings on Yakima avenue Saturday night and was largely attended by those who enjoy that kind of sport. Kred. L. Chandler left on Wednesday for Fort Simcoe to tako the position of assistant clerk, to succeed Hugh Raui sauer pro...

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. — 11 March 1897

Farm, Field and Fireside Hlf in ii for \"i 11, » iikiiim. Capt. Kobt. Dunn, of Purker, whose creamery was destroyed by tire, says be intends to rebuild and again engage in tlie business unless the proposed central creamery to be erected in this city by K. V.. James becomes a reality, in which event be will establish a skimming sta tion at bis place. He maintains that Nortb Yakima is the logical location for a large creamery as it is the hub of the various valleys and the natural trading point for the western half of Yakiinu county. He says unless one is posted be can bave no idea of the amount of milk which can be furnished from Hie reserva tion as the Messrs. Partoii, EdgST, Rob bins and others have great numbers it uiilib cows and tbey could easily and cheaply transport the cream to ths c;n by rail. The same conditions prevail in the Parker Bottom district and Captain I'inn claims that each a creamery would not only be of great benefit to the farm ers but would prove a splendid In...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 18 March 1897

VOL. IX. AA ** -———___mm*SmmmSa*^L^W Wa*j MeT MMM^Ua ' ' ' ""* "' "' AM* ___i___________l l_i-p--k^^-----k.'r'f *^_b- -«^- j__^W\ .F-RIEID PE_N"_l_Tl__>arGTO__>r | north y_a_____:ihh:a. (i PROFESSIONAL CARDS. I'AKKi.l.l. B lIKAVKa, BlleMbßTg, Hia P. Km.i.kiiart, North Yakima, I JRAYKS A ENGLEHART, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Rootna 7 ami t, Secnii.l floor, First National Hank bull.ling. << C. HENTON, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Pmntlcei in FciltTHl ami all Stfttt Court*. Office Over Yakima National Hank. \y 11. HARK, DENTIST. Offlce over P-DtteAee. Yakima avenue, North Yukilnlt. J j .1. SNIVELY, ATTORNEY AT LAW. fagr-i Mir. .• over Yakima National Bank, Nnrth rtkiina. Will (.rH.-ti.-e in alt t tiu fiitirtiof tbe state and r. s. lamt uttices. W. 1.. JOMBt, J. - NEWMAN. rONEH A NEWMAN, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. over Kirat National Bank,Mort- Vaklma,Waab t ir p. frank, Physician and Surgeon OSceover First Nation-! Bank Office hours: 11 to 12 a. m., 2t06 p. in. Night bell at offloe, J?LMEB K. llKti, M. ...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 18 March 1897

WALL PAPER S ewDJf !p s -* a wmwAwamtm i N6W Styles . . CARPETS ) New P, ices rilF VAKLMA HERALD. K. M. RKKP. EDITOR ASP MANAIiKK I'riM.aii.'.i svery 'rhtiraiisy. subscription 11.0 l is-r year in sdvaaos. Aitfsrtlilni rates ll|iiall Hpi.li.niit.il. THURSDAY, MARCH is. U97, Gentleman .1 in. is now a martyr h "that tired feeling" but he is no wor-o Off ia thia respect than the general pub lic. -_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_. The "big mill" at Canon cannot he called sn indication of prosperity. Onl. four bands were employed and tbey struck. Atlanta, Georgia, will probably be the next Mecca of those sports who revel in pugilism, lor Sam .lones declares he il -going there "to fight the devil." No anti-pass lull was passed in the legislature, and it is a well-known (act that most of the members managed to get home without putting up for transporta tion. Last year England bought 103,000,000 pounds of American hams. The statis tics furnished the country fail to state the number of dozen ol eggs that ...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 18 March 1897

USUAL WEEKLY GRIST Paragraphic Penciling, ot "Herald" Re porters in tbeir Seared for News. MANY HATTERS OF LOCAL MOMENT I „, i,l It. in. ll' tsrilllil -U.rllsnr. sm lirnu wm, h Have I rsiu plrrd In Mini tboul >nrm Isklms Kuril, _ tlir r.,«i Wrrk. S. Schreiner is bitihling a new barn on his fine l_r_i. Mrs. S. (!. Henton is recovering from nn attack ol the MA* Merchant X J. Jseger of Zillah. was b North Yakima visitor on Wednesday. W. I',. Dickinson has been authorized by Allen 0. Mason tv net up a new drop curtain fur the opera house. Two new ladies' bicycles were shipped to Fort Simcoe this morning, one lor Mrs. St..no and the other for Miss Hale. John Hume was arrested and fined $1 and costs by Justice Moulton on Saturday U-t lor throwing missiles at a Chinaman. A pleasant party was given in the din inn room of the Hotel Bartholet Wednes day evening as the closing observance of si. Patrick'! dßy. The benefit for George Wand, at the Vhtaniim Congregational church, one evening la...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 18 March 1897

The New Railroad Bill and Other Matters of General Interest The It. ,11, on, 1 Hill ... I'll.(id. The railroad bill as passed bj tbe leg islature stipulates in the lirst Section that no railr.ad or other common cariier within the state shall charge for hauling agricultural products in carload lots within the state a higher rate than $4..."i per ton for .".'.ii miles or more, or at a rate not to exceed 90 per cent, of Ihe rate In effect on the Northern Pacific railroad oa January _. 1887, Agricultural pro ducts arc defined in the bill to mean corn grain of all kinds, tlotir, feed, hiillstutl's, flaxseed, bay compressed in bales, and hops compressed in bales, The second section provides that, fruit in boxes, barrels or cases, potatoes m sacks, boxes or barrels, eggs In boxes, barrels or cases, butter, cheese, tallow, lar.l, wool in sacks, shall be hauled within tliP state at a rate not exceeding Sii per cent, of the rate charged by the Northern Pacific railroad on January 2, 1897. \',...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 25 March 1897

VOL. IX. U^rWK£j|\ *i If' mmV^dr' •**il.'~aZ* last '*» * '""'^'fc*^^* Vl FRED rE2STIsri3SrO-TOISr | NORTH R PROFESSIONAL CARDS. < arkoi.i, b. OaAVBi, Rllenibarg, Ika 1". KM.I.KHART, North Yskims, ( "RANKS tt KNOLEHART, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. K....1HH 7 sml S, Sera.ml floor, First National hank tiulliling. •V} 0. HENTON, ATTORNEY AT LAW. PmntleM In Federal cml all state Courts. Offlce over 'i ."!■.! :>i NHfinnal Hani.. \y H. HAKK, DENTIST. Offlee over Poeteffioet Yakima aveuue, North Yakima. j | .1. BNIVELY, ATTORNEY AT LAW. fS^-i nv.ee over Vaklma National Bsnk, North Hkiina. Will practice in all t hseourtiot the stHieauil t', s. Ihii.l offices. W. 1.. LINKS. J. H. NIWMAH. TONES ,>. NEWMAN, ATTORNEYS *AT LAW. OVOT First National Bank, North Yakima, Wash ])K P. FRANK, Physician and Surgeon Oftiie over First National Bank Office hours: 11 to 12 a. in., i! to sp. in. Nigbl hell at nHi,'.-. I7LMEB K. HEO, M. D., PHYSICIAN and SURGEON. i irtiic over Chapmen. Drac Store, Residence — T...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 25 March 1897

WALL PAPER . . CARPETS IHE VAKLMA HERALD. X M. KKKP. HHTtiK ASP MAN A -V I Pabltihed every Thartday; labterlptlnn 11.00 ikt >ear in #.-l\ nn<,- Advertising ratal up..i. ippllcatlon. THURSDAY, MARCH I, U97. The elevA'ing intl lence of women was not etppcially demonatrated bj Mrs. Kit/sininion's performance at the prir ring in (.'arson. I'ierce connty furniehet her f male paupera with hoae at 80 cuts per pair. We should judge they were unusually long ones became they come so high. It is nnderstoaiil that Mr. Kit/.-inrmnns, of Anttralia, purposely refrain-.I from knocking out Mr. Corbett in the fateful thirteenth round, but jotl gave him an* olhpr round for g0,.,| lv. k. The New Y'l.rk court of Hppenls has decided that a pCTtOO putting up stnk. s on a het has the right to recover thi amount no matter which waytheraenll g'.es. That may ba law bul the public has a \ cry no. r opinion of those w ho take advantage of inch opportunities. The changes made in theOUgarachedu)e by tbe com...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 25 March 1897

USUAL WEEKLY GRIST ________ Paragraphic Penciling, of "Herald" Re porters ln tbeir Searin for Revs. HART MATTERS OF LOCAL MOMENT ', » ill 11. 111. 11. hm riling -||.< , 11-nr. <>ii. fKvnuo «tv, ti Have Trans. pn,, I in nnd v *a„riii .aklraa ■ luring llir l-ii.i urrk. Governor Rogers bss issued a procla mation naming April 3ilth as Arbor Day. H II Cfinilall. formerly of this city, has ilisposed ol hie store at Northport aud is about to move to Sandon, B. C. .1. M. Hall is of lb.-..pin;..n that the increase in the area of cultivated lauds on the Moxee, this year, will be between Ii and _0 per cent. The city ditches have been repaired an.l Marshal Hacker says the cleaning will be blushed in time to turn in the the water by Monday next. "Paal, the New Convert," and "The Conscientious Criminal as Exemplified by Saul," are tbe muruing and evening themes at the Christian church next Sun day. The Junior Endeavor society of the Chrlatian church have arranged an inter esting program ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 25 March 1897

Railroad Rumors and Other Short Tales Entertain ingly Told "lore Hniti".in Humor*. The liol.len.lale Senlinei has Ibe follow lag under the caption of Railroad Un-I m.rs. The nlitor has in en in rorreepoodeni c w.th a good many railroad men the past lev months and from Ihem we under stand that the Astoria people bare their I eve on the X li< kit nt country. Tbe A-t..r.a Co. and the Northern Pacific I bave bsM conferring together in regaral |0 uniting and building a road fr in Mai. --t v.. or soon- other feasible point on th. Northern i'acilic through the BicktetOO and Cleveland country, touching Golden dale and down the Little Klickitat to the Columbia mer. Thrs would give the Northern I'acilic a bee line route from Spokane to Portland, likewise save tbem hauling l'ortland freight over the Cascade mountains, by way of the Sound to I'ortiand. It would also give this pro posed line the trade of Klickitat county, and also make it possible for tbem to deliver wheat at Astoria from tbe...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 1 April 1897

The Herald is the only I'aper printed and pub lished wholly in Yakima VOL. IX. _____ r__>**^^^ -f-PH -B^^^i^WSE-ißftf Is tr. FRED FE3_T2sTIIsrC3-TOlsr V NORTH YAKI.UA II prhfession.il cards. C-Bao__B. Oaavas, Kllenabarg, lir a P. KN'.i.kiiakt, North Vskiius, ( J RAVES A ENGLEHART, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Boots* 7 ami 8, Second floor. First National Hank I.ml.ling. U C HKNTON, V' a ATTORNEY AT LAW. PnrtlOM in Fedoral anil all state Cowrta. Office ovt*r Yak him National Bank. \y II HARE, DENTIST. Officii mtr I'oitsffire. Yakima avenue, North 1 Hkinifi j I J. SNIVELY, ATTORNEY AT LAW. I gur-ililiei- over Yakima National Bank, North •taklma. Will practice in all thufourtsol tbe ! att ami 0. S. lav.l offlres. v.-i.. ...via. „ v. Niwma. JONES Ai NEWMAN, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Over Klrst National Bank. North Yakima, Wash ])R I' FRANK, Physician and Surgeon OBoe over First National Bauk Office hours: 11 to ua. m., 2t05 p. in. N-ght hell at otiiee. 1/I.MER E. HEU, M. I)., PHYSICIAN and SURGEON. Offi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 1 April 1897

WALL PAPER . . CARPETS IHE YAKIMA HERALD. K. M. REKII. KDiroil ANl> MANV.FR MbHftfced fwry TbnrwUy; P«btCflptloß 111"1 pM fW iii a-l\ Hiii c VilwrtiMim thus KpOQ in»i»li. Hti'iii. THURSDAY, APRIL I, 1991. Tin: mpsy sm us. spring is th" ni'.st re eti ccc time of year (or all aim are troubled with restlessness A certain percentage of the population lo every coiniiiiinity wants tn up stakes an.l go somewhere. Now an.l then one out of the lot actually starts, generally lam! log worae off in every way after having spent all that has lieen save.! tip, Includ ing tbe price of tho family cow at f.irtv.l sale. The new places contain a larger proportion of those who have the spirit of moving on in them than do the old crowded commonitlea, aod it strikes tbe good towns an.l neighborhoods as well BI the played out once. It is in the blood an.l has heen since the movement sturle.i Irom the garden oi Eden, or some wbere el"' 1 in Apia. There ie a streak r.f the gipsy in ns all, ami lint few wh...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 1 April 1897

USUAL WEEKLY GRIST Pardgripbic Penciling ot "Herald" Re porters Id tbeir Searcn for Hews. MANY NATTERS OF LOCAL MOMENT l.nrtsl Item* It. carditis TMsr-llanr olis Harms wool. Hair Irans l'ir. .1 lii and tlMiiu Mortis tsSliiin ■luring Hie Ham Wrrk. Codin Bros, shipped 24 casee of eggs to Spoksne yesterday. Each case carries !>il .In. -.1. Theodore Steiner is now in Portland where tie is conducting a reetsurant on Washington street. Bert I'arton brought up three rsce hornet, fr.iiu Toppenish, Wednesday, to |.vi loin training on the trsck. tioveri.or Rogers lias appointed Geo. P. Wright, oi Columbia county, chief grain last actor to succeed W. P. Lawrence. A social will be given by the Woman's Relief Corp-i, at (i. A. R. hall on First street, Friday April _ud. Admission 111 cents. The V. S. land office lias received patents lor the Northern Pacific Railway I'o., covering 11,908 acres of land in Kittitas county. 11. 1.. Scudder is iii receipt of a letter from Fred R. Reed, written in ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 1 April 1897

State University and Other Short Tales Entertain ingly Told How llvrr llir Mislc I lllirrsllj. There waa a lint aeasion of the elate university regents, at Seattle lant week, l'reeiilent Mart Harrington wante.l tore eign inatanter, to whii'h the hoard, par ticularly tie new ate tubers, offered no serioue objection, llarrin.hin »»» not willing however, to ilo ao without casting a reflection ii|»-in the present state ad ministration, and ineiil'titally taking n slap alao at the new regents. tl hisreslgnslkin. whi.h he waa re quested to put in writing, President liar rinnton alleged tint the appropriation ma.le hy the legislature was iniutlicierii to maintain the nniverwrty at ils present lii>ih stainlard of efficiency, an.l that it ha.l already heen ma.le apparent to him that he I'ouiil not concur in tbe policj outlined by the now board. To thia tin linaril replied hy nnniiinioiisly acceptim, the resik'tiaiiiin, declaring also that Presi dent Harrington, Who received $5000 per year...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 8 April 1897

The Herald is the only Paper printed and pub lished wholly in Yakima vol. IX. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. CaUUI Gbavkk. Fllennlmrn. li , I. ENi'LKHART. North Yakima, ( JKAVEs A ENGLEHART, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Rooms ! mil "..-.-■•.n-1 Door, Firat National Bank MiHiiing. S3 0 IIKNTON, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Practice. In Fcilera! and all State OoarU. Offlce over Yaklmn National Hank. r H. HARE, DENTIST. Offlce over FiiartefTioe. Yakima avenue, North Yakima. II J. SNIVELY, ATTORNEY AT LAW. ftm--, - ,■■■ over Yakima National Bank, North nkiniH. Will praitire in all the court! of tbe Btate ami 0. s. Ism! offlccn. w, i.. n.Mta. i.m.mttmmsm. JONES A NEWMAN, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. (Ivt r Flrat National Hank. Nortb Yakima. Waah WHITSON A PARKER' _■__• whitsoh \ > I raco mum ATTORNEYS AT LAW. tJ-Ofltvt; In Firiit National Bank HtilMiiin ])K I. FRANK, Physician and Surgeon Office over Fimt National Bank Office hours: 11 to 12 a. m., 2t05 p. in N'iijlit hell at office. VI.UI.R K. HEG, M. 1)., IM.YSICIAN ani> SU...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 8 April 1897

WALL PAPER) ninnroin . w sty,es . . uAHPhTS NewP.iGGS IHE VAKLMA HERALD. E. M. REF.P. EDITOR AND MAXAOER rnbliftbtMl pvory Thnnulay; <Mih.«cr.vti.*t. $1 QQ per year In mlvancc. A'lvrrTtjlng taU** upon appllcttiion. THURSDAY. APRIL S, U97. If you want to get the news you will have to read Tiik Ukraiii and if you are not convinced this is so give it a careful comparison with sny other paper pub lished in Yakima. The present etate administration may lie far from perfect hut it in an acknowl e-1.'.-tnent that it has switched from the road to bankruptcy when eastern money brokers offer more than par for the stall warrants which under the last administra tion were not in very great demand at ten per cent discount. The brakes were ap plied none too soon. The I'nited l*ress will call "80" on Sunday next and retire permanently from business. When the Associated Press captured the New York Herald antl Tele- Brßrn with several of the big Huston dailies it settled the long and hard fought ba...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 8 April 1897

USUAL WEEKLY GRIST iara^np.ic Penciliogs ot "Herald" Re porters in tbeir .earcn for Hews. MMV HATTERS OP LOCAL MOMENT I ... „1 Meuiai It. giirdllia cll-nr • •••« BaTMaea <V% .>•• l> Have liana plrrd In mid ll.oni >„nli lakliitn 'ir llir l'..i Week. i'hns Ch.i|i|iell, tlie horseman, haa re turned frnm Sp k.iiic I>. I I. uh returned from a boiineas trip lo the Sound on Monday. Mra Henry Maliry left on Monday for Wallace, Maho, where her husband is conducing ii steam laundry. Ottaa Thompson, Elgin Baxter and Hill Lemon are in attendance upon the C S. court at Spokane thie week. A iex Sinclair has been selected by the Ond Xi Unas aa their representative to the a_rnn.l lodge which meets in Seattle iv May. M. P. Anderson, of Bueoda. is in the city representing his step-mother who is one nf the heirs of the Vaughn eatate Whicb is Hlimit to reach final settlement. Kl. Merwin left on Monday for Bpo kiltie, v>here he expects to remain and t n.'.ige in paper hanging, the high...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 8 April 1897

Current Comment and Information for Herald Readers. i ra.i.ion. tn atmammamt* The most correct tints at present in vogue in ladies' correspondence station cry, are pure white, cream ami the Bren lano vellum azure. These colors sre re prxlnced in the vellum finished paper, which is at present very popular, and in Ihe regular linen linished paper also much used. The satin finish is used, 100, in white, cream, szure and granite. The proper size of ladies' correspond ence paper is octavo. The billet and small billet are used for acknowledge ments, acceptances antl regrets. For this purpose white or cream heavy weight vellum are used. Calling cards vary litttle in a general wsy from year to year, though each seas on some slight changes in tbeir style may lie noted. Last year the thin, flexi ble "_ sheet" card »as /Ir Hgttsmr, but there is a general return this year totbe heavier, more elegant ".'I sheet" card oi decided firmness. The obvious reason for the adoption of the thin card was i...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 15 April 1897

The Herald is the only I'apcr printed and pub lished wholly in Yakima vol. IX. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. „.'■■. i H Oaaraa, Kllenabnrg, Ika I*. RMiii.gHAST, North Yakima. ( jjRAVKS A ENGLEHART, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Konma T and 8, Second floor, First National Hank building. Q C HENTON, ATTORNEY AT LAW. rn-i'ti.'.-i In Federal and all State l'o«rtt. Office over Yakima National Bank. H. HARE, DENTIST. Office over Poataffire. Yakima avenue, North Vaklma. II J. SNIVELY, ATTORNEY AT LAW. ggm-nmcr over Yakima National Bank, North Yakima. Will praetiec iv all tha court! ol the ■iUteand P. H. land office!. W. 1.. .ti'SKB. J. H. NSWM-N. TONKA .«. NEWMAN, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Over First National Bank, North Yakima, Waah WHITSON A PARKER * «D"D mmatmm \\ \ rsso nun ATTORNEYS AT LAW. f m~< "l" ■' in Flrat National Bank Uullding. ])R P. FRANK, Physician and Surgeon Office over Firat National Ban* I mice hours: 11 to 12 a. m., 2tor - p m. Night bell at office. VLMBB E. HEG, M. D., PHYSICIAN and SURGEON. Of...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 15 April 1897

WALL PAPER . . CARPETS run VAKIMA HERALD. K. M. RKKIJ. EDITOR AND MANAi.KK Pnbliahei, ev-ry Thnnulay: sabSCripttoß fl 00 per year in -drama. A.iw'rtiiiiiis- ratcn up..n «|.l'll.utr.Hl. THURSDAY. APRIL U, 1597. RURAL Mill. DEI.I VERY. It is almost too soon to attempt to pre dict the result of the trial of the rural mail delivery in Yakima county, but the carriers are of the opinion that it is giv ing much satisfaction although some of tbe patrons ijiiestion its policy on the grounds that I'ncle Sam ie displaying too much extravagance in tbe handling of the people's money. On this score they need hsve no worry for the object of the experiment is not alone the Improvement of the postal service but the incre ment of the revenues of the post-office department. It has never been the policy of the government to make a profit from the postal service, although it has been the ambition of various postmast ers-general to make it self-eitstaining, and as fast as it approaches that condi tion a ...

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