The Yakima Heralix
Ifs n Lilt Wan but lon 1 soon
Want a Heater! Jk
I The "GEM" Hot Blast WJ
3 i* the hv%t stove mailc -^ :J£
2 for Imiruin;: soft coal.
| We have them in 3 Sizes. J^3 j^
\A *r i i i i t* i ■ i
\ i dni^ i■■ ■ "WilTm Air Tight
1 I for wood, with oiilnul^
3 lira IK, i* ai*kiio\vli kil^i kil
1 I Ihr li kailrr of air lii:lils.
3 I Clesin, economical anil
3 'B I ilnrable.
i J^^WTake a, look a,t tliem
Q FOR SALE BY
I Yakima Hardware Co.
That's the number SCHOOL TABLETS we have just received. A big lot, isn't
it? Hut they will not last long at the prices maiked on them. Send in your or
A FINE LINE JUST RECEIVED.
Everything in Stationery. MOORE & WENNER.
MOORE CLOTHING CDMPNAY
HANDSOMEST STORE IN THE CITY.
Everything in the stock new, clean
-v Men's, Boys' and Children's Suits 4
and if price is any object, consult us. We make a
special effort to please, and, judging from results,
our efforts are appreciated.
J^^l^ Your Boy will need a
t m NEW SCHOOL SUIT.
<^«^ c can suPPly the need. A moderate ex
—k**^^^ pense will fix him up fine.
A WELL DRESSED MAN
is noticeable. We will supply the material. New goods are coming every week. Your
choice will always be first.
Prices are right—Dont forget that.
Underwear, Shirts, Hosiery, Neckwear and Shoes.
NORTH YAKIMA, WASHINGTON, THURSDAY, SEPT. 28, 1899.
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The Greet Even is StfMliied ii\ i
Large Attendance. ■
TACOMA MILITARY BAND
Ideal Weather Dcilthtcd Visitors A Motatlc
Racint Procram Rare Birds Beautiful
Works of Art Grand Live
The Slate Fair oneiKil on Monday
jikl't tiip most lavorable auspicea. I'm
oarlnml* iif h'TscH, ciittlc mid ibeep hi a
Hpcrial train from the Oregon exhibit at
Salem, added In the ueueral list- .-tuck
I exhibit from nil pnrtiotM of this ciiuii y
Tin' pavilion ih rirlily lUcoruteil in j
I «r«'pn and white, hiving hern beanti'illly
j tirrnnj'eil hy n ladle* 1 committee, under
the tupervition of W, L. Cummly, the
loholceM ipwtflMH ol women's hanili
work lire here seen in rirh prolusion.
The poultry department in the com
pletest ever neen here. Yakimn, Spo
kane. Turnnin, Scuttle and Portland are
represented hv Ihe lending fanciers. |
Thin department is under the (Inaction j
H 11. Collier, of the Pacific l'oultryiiiin
The famotiH Tatoma military band fur
nishes most excellent mimic during the
days and evenings ol fair week.
In the racing events are entries of
j iibou! I,'rt) trotterß, pacerq and rimnini;
bortat friun WiichinKton, Oregon, Idaho,
Califoftllt and Krititih Columbia. All |
the wi II known hordes will appear iv
iheir respective flaßHes and contest lor
purses a^gregating $10,000. The. racea
are well tilled, some payiiiK per cent.
more than the purees in entrance money.
Amnnif the noted horsemen having
animal* on the track are Dr. K. J.
Younu, Independence, Ore.; Sheriff A.
T. Van de Vanter of Seattle; I. 0. Moan
er, Independence, J. B. Stetson of Port*
land; M S. Hose, Kriient Kennttdy and
!:••>>•-■ i Leixl'ton of Hritish Columbia;
(ieortfe A. Kclley, Dayton; Thos. Clancey
of Seattle; Frank Martin, Spokane, and
A. A. Gardner of Walla Walla.
The Hue stork department haa entries
of the mopl noted herds in the northwest.
Among these are L. K. Cogswell, ol
Ulymiiia; Frank Hrown of North Yam
hill,Ha/.elwood Dairy of Spokane; \\. O.
] Mi iOI of Heppner; A. .1. Splawn of North
■ Yakiina, and Adam M. Stevens of
I Elleniborg with hix world ranowo*d
I herd of Jem vs. Sheep and hogs are
well represented, and herds of Anuont
: till the pens. The COmmUllon has hid
SO curpenterH at work during the pM(
I week trectiog new Htallß and pens de
iiKinded Ijy the loorMM of exhibitors.
This department in under tiie niiimiKe
nieut of thit well known llnlntcin man,
i Guv Mm 1.. RiclninlH.
Several !!ne herds ol Oregon cattlH re
renlly from the Htate fair a", Baiain at
j trueted much attentiun. Chug. K. Ladd
I -ciit a herd of cattle and ttnch of *-<•■■- ;.
! from his celebrated Oak Hill Para.
; The Mountain Valley Farm of lleppner,
i owned by W. U. Minor, was well repre
sented. A magnificent bull, Governor
Cloukli, whs especially admired in this
i exhibit. In tDW rattle stalls are to be
seen the red polled herds of 1,. K.Gnggy-
Wi-11, of Olympia, and O. I). Siillivan, of
California. Oav M»l.. Kichards' hard
of llolhli ins, with » pair of twin CtJfaa,
is an attractive Miuw. John Cleinan'H
herd of Ht-refnrdu; Adiim Stevens'and
I). Shank« herds ot tmre bred Jerseys,
and the CueriiHey c.iwsi of J. K. Shannon
and the Hmelwood Creamery Company
are in evidence, adding lO the dairy at
tractions. David ISrown, president of
latter company, of Spokatjehas alno on
exhibition an Kn^lißh Shire utallion
wciichintt IHjO pounds, that seems the
perfection of horse Mewli.
A. (iiirley, of SuuDysiile, Viikirrm,
shown the laruPKt ntallion wpb! of [Ilinoin.
He in a four-yt*ar-oli| Clydttdkie, whil'li
iiiij 8140 poonda »nil hlsiiilh 18 lian<lx nrxi
3 in>hc« liiitti —of tj led. 8 iin lie, HeUliuii
uieaauretnent. This in a magnificent
animal of the ClyiJeailale breed anil in
the chief attraction of th • hoige ahow.
The famous black French Coach stallii>n
of W. 11. Whipple, \n aim) a prime favor*
ite with tioraemen.
The fliickt-ni of al<no«t every variety
■n* iidiiilkti'il by hi ores in the ("inllry
Choice Fruits, Fresh
Peanuts and Popcorn
Ice Cream and drinks.
111 U iifli
(Scut Ctisti Brats All Other Competition.)
BriDl vnui ihnli with \ou Bad IM bOH tuilrt)
|we eta mir you imotl mnHll bill*. Kvcry
ttiinu 111 thl» line, store In Ik* <>M CoOpWßt
he Inilldili^. BMODd "Trwl.
house. This rciimrknliie exhibit i- umlnr
Utt dlftCtiOO of t tip well known expert,
11. 11. Collier, editor of the I'an Be Const
; l'oiiltryinim. The judges wen 1 busy
, ,iw;ir.iin_- premiami in this an 1 various
other departments, which will U given
in detail In next week's Hkkam).
The farm exhibits t>v VVm. Let', Jr. of
Yiikinm iinil II H.'titliicn, of l'uvallup,
I are a grand display. Kvery possible
] variety of prodlMta are displayed in three
I grand py ram ids. Here are monster
melons. ■|ii.i-li''- ami pumpkins and
llttt are to he seen pnnnins, persimmons,
tObMflO, wulnuls chestnuts and almond
grown in Yakuna'a wonderland Sweet
potatoes, celery find 23 different varieties
of Yiikimu optniH are seen in these di-
plav». which form one of the great feat
ures of the fair.
At the ithii'l stand the Tarnma mili
itary band discourses most excellent
mimic between the various MOM,
The usual §idp shows and refreshment
xtands fill a long felt want with the juve
nile population Mil others hent on kav
it.ir the worth of their money.
The races on Monday were better than
The first race, the, two-year old
trot, wan won i'l three straight heats by
■ Paul N.. Hitler Kuot Bnd, Altonette 3rd,
The last race of the day wag a half mile
ilueli lietween Ptlqt, (ieneral Morrill, In
digo ahd Hen Lcdi. After half an hour
j scoring Ben Ledi won the race in 50
.Morrill Sod, Pilot 3rd, [BdtgO not getting
i a etart.
The racing events ol TuMdftT were the
8:30 nac« and 3:89 trot.
In the SI mile running race an unlooktd
for event created COlMiderablli excite
ment. In tin- MM Miss Inbred, owned
by YakiniH peopia, dsvakiped vicious
propentltlM, throwing her rider twice.
Another jockey was Mcnnd ouii the
; mare rolled over twice with him, at oni
lime wallowing all over the rider,
but the plucky fellow each tinio would
remount amid routing iheern by the by
bystanders. Finally the rider wm
thrown ten feet over the animal's head,
putting them both out of the race.
In the firxt race, 2:20 pace, hut four
entries, best :! In 6 tnat*, ii hent was
won by nearly all the entiiex, finally re
sulting in a victory lor Alt* Norte, ;\mi
geto, second, time 8:104,
The 2:23 trot was won by Anexella,
I'liilbert 2nd, tivuta 3rd, tune -'-'.'.
The half mill running race was hotly
contested being won by Glen W'eptone in
4!) seconds, wilb Pilot a close second.
The 3 mile; ruuniuu race wan won by
Pixie Lund, owned by Lord Kennedy, of
Victoria. In this race there were four
entries, but the vieioUß conduct of Mig»
Inbred reduced the starters to three,
(CoDtlooad mi iu-i mm)
money-back tea and
baking powder at
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