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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 20 May 1897

The Herald is the only Taper printed and pub lished wholly in Yakima VOL. IX. PROFKSSIOXAL CARDS. Cakr.ii.i. B OaAVBa, Kllcnsbnrf, in, 1' KN'.lkhabt. North Yakima, ( * RANKS A ENGLEHART, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Kootn« 7 and « Hecond floor, First National Hank t-ull'iiiik W C. HKNTON, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Pimrilrc* in Federal an<l nil rtute Courts, Office o\er VakitiiH National Hank. \y 11. HARE, DENTIST. office over Pontoffice, Yakima avenue, North Yakima. I | .1. SNIVELY, ATTORNEY AT LAW. #*^^(Hlicc over Yakima National Bank, North Yakima. Will practice in all the courtsot the -late and f. S. laud offices. W. 1.. IIINES. J. M. NKWMAM. JUNKS ,-i NEWMAN, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Over Kirst National Bank. North Yakima, Wash WHITSONAI'ARKERI ■"»"> whitsok ATTORNEYS AT LAW. l^-'nii- ■ ill First National Batik Building. j)r p. frank, Physician and Surobon Office over First National Bauk Office boara: 11 to 12 a. m., ii to sp. in. Night hell at office. J7LMER E. HEQ, M. D., I'HYSICIAN and SURGEON. o...

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. — 20 May 1897

fllE YAKIMA HERALD. K. M REKIi. KIIITOK ASH MANA'iKU Published every Thiir-il«>. nab* rlplloti 11 00 per year la Mvaarr. A !»o>'-line r«te« n|s>ii applti stiou. THURSDAY, MAY WW. THK ISOLATION OF BSOLASD. Oregonian: The London papers take the rejection of the arbitration treaty in ill part. It is impossible to doubt that it is a disappointment to the British govern ment and tbe thoughtful part of the British people. This is the only reason (or regretting that the treaty was not rati fied after it was made harmless by tbe aenate amendments, even if Great Brit ain rejected it herself aftirward. We could afford to let England save her digit it \ at our trxprnse. There never wns a time when it became Americans so little to seem gratuitously to humiliate or insult Great Britain as now, whe.i the the diplomacy ol Europe appears to ha\r left her without a friend. This isolation of Great B-ittiin in Eu rope is the only explanation of her eager ness for the ratification of the treat...

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. — 20 May 1897

USUAL WEEKLY GRIST Paragraphic Penciling ol "Herald" Re porters in tbelr Fearco for News. m;nv hatters of local moment ■ •>< ii I ii- in* Hi anrdlng miM-ellanr- MM I'-iriitu 1% iii, ii ilni. Trans* [.Ired 111 ■■••il I limit \nrtli lnklniH MurltiK iii. I'Ki HiTii. I-'.. F. Benson is in the city. ('nubs Carpenter and Alex Miller re tiime I litis week from the Sound. Died, on Fridsy. May 14th, the infant Child of Mr. ami Mrs. Frank McAuliff, of Toppeoisb. Miss Kdna ('. Haines, of the public schools. Ii ft leal wei k for Seattle to spend the summer vacation. Fre I Miller and Judge Henton left for The Ihillee, by team, on Sunday. They will visit I'or-iland before returning home. Resden should cast their optics over the ne* adiertisoments of Joseph Metz gerandQeo. 8, Vance which appear in liiis issue of TBI Hkrai.ii. The two Yakima Indians accused of aseanlting and robbing a sipiaw on the res rv.ition a year ago were acquitted in th" federal court at Walla Walla on Sat urday last. A...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 20 May 1897

The Herald's Encyclopaedia of Knowledge and Queer Facts A !>■■•> •! I *)(«< Imiilll. One would think that when a man has 3o children he would have had enough, bnt such is not the case with Isaac tiis sonowitr, of New York, who has H chil dren and says: "I should be very proud if I were the father ot 40 children. Then I would ask for a medal and a pension." Gassonowitz is a small man, a tinsmith hy trade, and SS years old. Up has been married twice. His first wife gave birtl to "1 children, and the second 14. Thirty of the children wore boys. QaaaoßOWits' mother was one of 21 children by one father and mother. A I nun 11 or SIII|.Two 4 blldrrn, The Italians are discussing the advisa bility of pensioning Mrs. Maddalena (irannatta, a lady of ,">7, who lives near Nocera, 12 miles from Naples. Her bus band has boon dead 10 years, hut during the 19 years they lived together as man and wife they bad 02 children born to them, 50 of the lot being males. Eleven different times in ...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 27 May 1897

The Herald is the only Taper printed and pub lished wholly in Yakima VOL. IX. PROFHSSWS'AL CARDS. Caaaou b. Qbatm, Okoataqb in, 1' DNMUHi North Yakima, ( 'RAVES A ENULEHART, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Room T and 8. Second floor, Firit National Itnnk liiiilillng. i< 0. IIESTON, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Pwtlrcf in FVdenil and all state Court*. Office oxer YakiniH National hank. ii. hark, DENTIST. 0(11 eg over l'ofdoffice. Yakima avenue, North Yakima. I I 3. SNIVELY, ATTORNEY AT LAW. f^^Offlec over Vaklma National Bank, North ilk mm. Will practice In all tha court, of tbe -lute ami D, 8, land nfltcea. W. L. tiISKS. J. M. itiwsin. JuNKS A NKWMAN, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. out Klri-t National Hank, North Yakima, Want! WHITSON a PARKER I «»*'> wnitsos ATTORNEYS AT LAW. tl9 OAe« in First Rational Bank Building. ] )lt P, FRANK, Physician and Sukgf.on Ofleaerer Klrst National Hank Office hours : 11 to VI a. in., 2t05 p. m. Nigbt bell at office. l/I.MKR E. lIKU, M. D., PHYSICIAN and SURGEON. Office over Chftptß...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 27 May 1897

THE VAKLMA HERALD. X M. RKKD. KIUTOK ANI> MANAOKR mbllKhisl every Ttiiir-.1n.. rataacrtatkig II on per year in advance AdTcrtlslsig rate*. Bpnn application. THURSDAY, MAY 27. IS>~. WHO OWNS TBE BTATBt It may seem to (iovernor Kogers. and it probably does sc( m so to bim, that the state property is the same as his personal projierty while lie is governor of the state; but it is not. The state of Washington is not tbe faru. of the governor, elected hy the people, even for four years vi course we look largely to the action of the gov ernor for our welfare, and there is a very intimate relation between the two—tin governor and the welfare,—but it does not mean that the governor can take the place of laws, commissions and stale in stitutions. In the matter of the state fair, the gov ernor proceeds as though he were the only party to be considered, when the real fact is that he is only related to the state fair through bis right and duty to appoint a commission of five. He is not th...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 27 May 1897

USUAL WEEKLY GRIST Paragraphic Penclliogs of "Herald" Re porters Id their Searcn for News. MM MATTERS OF LOCAL MOMENT I ... .1 li.'iii* It, carding Wl««*rltanr "■(» I mo. \» nil Ii llhic Trans pired in and %•>•>•• • -snnii Yakima ■luring Hi-- l'a«t Wrrk. Sheriff Shaw left Wedneeday night wilh an insane man for Medical Lake. J. A. Knupponburg is erecting a hand ■OlM live-room brick house on hie lots in the eastern part ol the city. Mrs. K. K. Kightlinger arrived from Sitleni, Or., on Tueaday to join her hns band who has located in Yakima. Mrs. Jennie Btirthilet expects to leave ION for Spokane to enter a hospital with 11 vi"*i to becoming a trained nurse. Col. Taugard enjoyed a mess of new pot itoes, grown in Yakima ou Wednes ilay. They were undoubtedly the first of the season. ,1. W. I>a> and Miss Ida Brown, both of Sunnyside, were married at the home of the bride's parents Wednesday even ing, May L'lith. F. M. Spain will leave Tuesday even ing for Milwaukee, where he go...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 27 May 1897

The Herald's Encyclopaedia of Knowledge and Queer Facts llniitllliia Hi i « At certain seasons of the year bees are more irritable than at others; at certain times of the day the same is true. In early epring and summer when they are rearing brosl and gathering honey, j they are very gentle, and anyone having : a knowledge ol their nature may handle, them without protection of any kind ami receive but very few stings. In the latter part of the summer and after the honey season they are more ir ritable and manipulation is more difficult, except by the use of smoke. Bees will also resent manipulation early j in the morning and late in the evening. The liest time to handle bees is during the middle ol the day when they are working the strongest, and when gather ing honey, as at this time a good portion of the working class are out in the field*. Bee* should not be handled or disturbed in any manner during the night time, and it is almost impossible to perform any work with them in a sa...

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

The Herald is the only Paper printeti and pub lished wholly in Yakima VOL. IX. PROFESSIOSAL CARDS. I'AKRnLi. B. QaaVßf, FUcnalmrn. Ika r Ks.t r.tiART. North Yakima, ( } RAVES A ENGLEHART, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. BOOMS ? ami - teeonri floor, First National haul*, litiil'llng. < C UKNTON, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Practices in Federal and all State Conrta. OBlce over Vakitnu National hank. 11. HARE, DENTIST. Office over Putttoffice. Yftklmi avenue, North Yakltnit. I I J. SNIVELY, ATTORNEY AT LAW. f*9- *- ■ mer "1 nl, 1 "in National Bauk, North vi :■:•( Will fi hi tn*.- ill till tlm 1 uiirtiiii the State ami V. s. laml offices. w, 1.. .Links. .1. a Nawmif. JONES A NEWMAN, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Over First National Bank, North Yakima, Wash \\'HITSONi-trARKER( «'""> whitson \ V I FKKIi FASIia ATTORNEYS AT LAW. t ■*-' '■'" ■ i" Kirst National Bank Building. lyi P. FRANK, Physician and Surgeon Office over First Nut mini Baok Office hours: 11 to 12 a. in., 2t05 p. m. Niijlit bell at office. VI.MER K. HEQ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 3 June 1897

HIE VAHMA HERALD. X M. KKKP. KIU lei: KM' M \s IGI R PnMlnheil STSTJ Tlnir»l» . -n'*« ill tern lI.QU l-er year in n'limn • Advertisingrataa ilium application, THURSDAY. JUNE S, U97. Till. 81 OAR BOODLI RS. Broker Chapman, of sugar fam". is io jail but enjoyng ' \i ry cuiiifort of a lux urious bonie. Tin rii lor Beat i ■ and tbe princely Havermeier (ailed of Cot These are tbe facts which cooal Chapman's offeaas :is n i iti I I J the Nl « York Worhl: In March, 1893, the bouse ol rrj rest I tativcs I'ssscd the Wileon tarifl bill. It put sugar, both raw and n fined, on the free list. When the bill nm hi Ith ate on the LMlh of Mar. h it met the ot position of n strong su.-.-ir Host lohbj di mantling heavy discriminating duties in the interest of thai monoply. The Bia jority in the senate, like (hat m I 1 I boaae, waa committed by its puny plai forms and otherwise to thi print pie ■ • which sugar hud In en placed 00 the free list. Hut a group of majority ft deserted their party nnd suppor...

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

REPdRTORIAL FANCIES Brief Bits of News Gathered From tbe Highways and Byways of Life. PERSONAL AND IMPERSQM JOTTINGS "li-m" l« Mometlilna Thai la *•( l.rtirritll) Known nnd Here Hcml eta of "Tlir Hernia*" 1 Will • Hid m « nupli „i i olumni ol It. I. 1.. iienrge, the T >ppenish merchant, Was in the city yesterday. I;. X Kelsi, formerly deputy county auditor, is up from Kiona. MrH. W. S. Clark ia rapidly recovering from a severe spell of sickness. X"v. Ilirtlett and Marvin Thornton captarad IS] trim on the Wenas creek Tours lay. \I rebuilt 0. It Denley, of Prosser, Bras 1 gaest of the Hotel Yakima on Wednesday. lodge Carroll It. Craves came down trom Kliensburg Momlay looking after legal matters. Attorney Ceneral Patrick Henry Win st vi returned this week from an extend ed visit in the east and south. A carload nf Anlieuser-Hunch beer was received here on Tuesday for Libhy A Higgle and Frank Shardlow. Louis I. ii hintind, the hop buyer, is in the city. He aays the market is off and...

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. — 3 June 1897

The Herald's Encyclopaedia of Knowledge and Queer Facts Why I mil 1% U li.il. sniii. . By most persons Emits are cousid n 1 wholesome but the rmson -; the whole someness is Bet us gt i rally kn* »-i ss il should be. Fruits, as a t In--, hSTS it great food value. They nevertheless Li very wholesome, and ir n, tllS Very fs that they contain but little DUtrin i tliey may be eaten, usually, in const It r able quantities, of course reference here made to perfectly ripe fruit—ripe, and not overripe. Prscticallj all thi cultivated fruits, inclu hug the straw l»er ry, the raspberry, the blat kberrj . tbe S| pie, the plant, the peach and tbe "rut..;'. contain large quantities ol water, aitl but a small percentagi ol nutrivs su stance. Bach nutrivi matter aa the) d contain, however, supplies admirably oni element of a perfect diet, namely, tin carbohydrates. The flavor el fruite which gives tht m pleasant taste is due to ci rta,n oils and to the acids w huh they contain, S*ugar la fonnd tn fr...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 10 June 1897

The Herald is the only Paper printed and pub lished wholly in Yakima VOL. IX. iDr- -•" IDEAL MOWER 1 I P II / [With Roller and Ball bearings] M "■tßly. STEEL RAKES | INI \ ,Tlu xc"latest i'attcrnsj I v 111] BINDERS I \Ma I [Must be seen to be fully appreciated] KB Combine more points of general excellence than any other line of cutting mat hiuery on W)ji the market. We invite your inspection. ct§( 1 -*__ Yalima Hartwiß Ci. PROFEBBIONA L CA RDS. Caaaouß, Haarai. RUtostrarg. Ika I. ImiMUt, North Yakima, / IRAVKS a ENGLEHART, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Room! 7 anil H, Second floor, Klrat National Hunk building. w c HENTON, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Practice! in Federal and all state Coarta. Office river Vakils* National Hank. \\* 11. HARK, DENTIST. Office over I'owtolfice, Yakima avenue, North YrtLinm. ] J J. SNIVELY, ATTORNEY AT LAW. f***P"-(itVieH over Yakima National Bank, North skims. Will practice in all t harourttof the Mute ami tj. 8. land offices. i W.L. JOHSS. i v NKWM.v I < inks .t NEWMAN, ...

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. — 10 June 1897

fHF YAKIMA HERALD. V. U. RKKIi KIU I.>K ASH MANAGER Pabllnhed every Tliurmlay: ISbarrlpUoO Jl Oe per year in silQliia Ailvrttlslug rate* ui'..n application. THURSDAY. JUNE 10. 1597. BY WHAT SHiSt Good times are, like individual happi ness, something to lock backward to as a memory and forward to as an expecta tion. No one ever Rectus to realize their presence in any particular day or year. Probably the Coal Oil Johnies and the Cripple Creek Strattons ol the world realize that times are good with them when they etop to think alsitit it; tint, to many, times are always bad ami to most they never seem very good. To one in pain or surrounded by sickness and death, or in hunger and actual want, the days in his memory when lie was not hungry, not in pain nor with sickness an.i death around him seem by contrast to have been pritty good days. Those who pretend to see good times now are trying to humbug themselves or somebody else; or they are making it a matter of boasting one place over...

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. — 10 June 1897

REPORI'ORIAL FANCIES Brief Bits of tits Gathered From tbe Highways and Byways of Life. PERSONAL AND IMPERSONAL JOTTINGS •'■Ww*.*"' I* Moim ii,i,, k That I* >n« l.i in mill Known and 11. rr II mil . r» of "llir 11, raid" Win I Hid a dimple of i i.in mm. of 11. 11.m, May :11st, to Mr. and Mrs. M. Koreeky, a daughter. Judge Carroll B. tiraves ia to deliver tlie Fourth of July oration at Ellenebnrg. J. W. Draper, claim agent of the North ern Pacific, was in the city on Friday last. Tlie state Normal school at Kllenshurg \\,ll i loi-e for the summer vacation ou Wednesday of next week. Messrs Edward Whitson, Geo. Donald. and D. W. Simmons returned oo Satur day in-! from the Sound country. The hither ol H. J. Kami of the Colom bia Meat Market arrived here from St. Paul, on Friday of last week, to remain for a couple of weeks. Theodore Steiuer, after two months ex perience iv the restaurant business in Portland has sold out. Tiik Hi km n is not advised of his next move. The trial resulti...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 10 June 1897

The Herald's Encyclopaedia of Knowledge and Queer Facts ■ .rani 11. «I.li n. . in :• i ■honor. There have been all s.irts of decisions as to the legal residence of a man desir ous ol avoiding taxation or otherwis' anxious to establish in tbe courts his right to live wherever tba spirit moves him, but one of the od lest decisions ye I rendered was that given by the appellate division of tlie New York supreme con-: recently, when it was decided that a hrakeman suing for damages from the New York, New Haven iV Hartford Kail road Company had his legal residence in the ever-moving caboose where in !>• elept. talari •( 111 i|ii» Take II not. A Ktiesian dentist has at length solved the problem of supplying us with false teeth which will grow into the gums as firmly as natural ones, says the London Figaro. The teeth are made of gutta percha, porcelain or metal, ac the case may he. At the root of the tooth holes sre made, and also in the jaw. The tooth is then fdaced in the cavity. hikl i...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 17 June 1897

The Herald is the only Taper printed and pub lished wholly in Yakima VOL. IX. PIIOFE.SSIONAL CARDS. Caaaotxß. (;ramc«, Fiicnatiunr. Ika I' KN'.i.r.iiart, North Yakima, ( JKAYKS A KSULEHART, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Konm-N 7 mul ft, H«x'on«l flthir, First National Hmnk t>ull 11ti X- W 0. IIKNTON, i~. ATTORNEY AT LAW. ITHcti.■■•* iti KedtTHl awl all State Courts. Office nwr YnkhiiM National Hank. \\ 11. IIABE, DENTIST. Offlra over I'ontortice. Yakima avenue, North VakiniH. TJ .1. SNIVELY, ATTORNEY AT LAW. tm~' '■' ■ ' arar Vninm National Bank, North S ..! will practloa lv all thui iiurtdol the Slate hikl V. S. land otllcei. W. 1.. .IIINF.S. J. M. HEWaiN. tunes _ newman, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. over First National Bank.Martb Yakima, Wuh W'IHTSO.W-irAHKEUf Kr>w» whithon \ > I I I'.KH I'AHKkR ATTORNEYS AT LAW. g0 0«lc« in First National Bank BulldinK. txr p. kkank, Thvsician and Surgeon Oflicc over First Nallonal Bank Office bourai lltolL'a. m., 2t05 p. tu. Niiilit bell ut otlice. gLMER E. 1...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 17 June 1897

THE YAKIMA HERALD. X M. RKFn. KPITOR ANI> MANArtKR PabllKh-nl rvrry Ttiun-ilsj: niili-x rlptii.n 11.00 per year tn Mveaea. Aiin-Mcdim ratal llfuti •l.|-11. HII.UI. THURSDAY, J USE 17. 1897. REPUBI.ICAS ASSI I ERSARY. To-day marks the forty first anniver sary of the meeting of the list republican national convention to nominate a can didate lor the presidency at Philadelphia, where Colonel John C. Kreuiont receivisi 300 votes on the tirst ballot against Ul for John Mi Linn and tin nomination waa made unanimous, M. I. Dayton of New Jersey being nominated to the vice presidency. The republican party had been organized soon alter Stephen A. 1 Singles introduced hie bill to repeal the Missouri compromise ami open the terri tories to the slaveholders north of the agreed line 3'i degrees, SO minutes, lati tude north. This menace to free territory brought about a meeting on Feb. IS 1854, of wings, democrats and free soilers at Ripon, Wis, where an organisation was effected and on March L...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 17 June 1897

REPOBrOBIAL FANCIES Brief Bits of ews GMural ?tm the Highways aad Byways of Life. PERSONAL AND IMPERSONAL JOTTINGS MReWaiM |« Somrtlilni Ttawl l» *ot «., Ilerulll Known •ml Mm Iti-ad ir» ol ••'■ he i1.,.,i,i-- win SlnS m I mil.l. ul ( ..luillii. of 11. Judge Carroll 11. Graves of Kllenshurg is in the (ity. Mr. Fred Thompson returned yesterday from a business trip to Kiparia. Rtf. (i. L, llooth left Tuesday evening for a week'a visit with his family in Sp. ikaue. Miss li ul.iii Oilman arrived in the city last week (rum Spokane, for a visit with her sister, Mrs. ti. S. Hankin. A. K. lireen, who ia a resident of the Sunny-side country, was taken to the BSylum at Medical Lake, hy Sheriff Shaw, on Monday. Attorney K. IJ. I'reble has been ap pointed court commissioner, to succeed J. A. ltochford, who has removed to Northport. Attorney W. H. Boglo left for Olympia yesterday to argue the mandamus case of Arid Land Commissioner Howlett against the state auditor, 1 luring one of the cold nigh...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 17 June 1897

The Herald's Encyclopaedia of Knowledge and Queer Facts Trlrgmptiliie VNkSM ttirr* Tesla, the great electrician, claims to! have perfected an instrument by which he has telegraphed without wires for twenty miles. "I have devised Instruments,' 1 said the inventor "which will transmit CesSagSS through the earth for Upward of twenty miles. I have given them many practi cal tests. I have both given nnd received intelligible comunlcstiOOS with them, and I have no hesitation in saying that they solve tlie problem which I Started out to solve. "They are, ot course, ru llmentary, bu! I shall begin at once the construction ol other apparatus which will still further do away with the obstacle of distance, and enable me to hold intercourse with any part of the globe. An apparatus lan only tie judged by w hat it w ill do, but if this machine will conduct sound through the earth for a distance of twenty miles, there is no insuperable obstacle to pre vent that distance from being ullimatsl) multi...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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