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

Who knows what you have to sell unless you in form them ? Try Herald ad VOL. IX. NORTH YAKIMA. WASHINGTON, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1897. NO. 33 Growers'. . OU_TL__JIJ We have everything needed to fit up your kiln. Scoops, Lanterns, Forks Thermometers, Twine, etc. & OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT. YAKIMA HARDWARE COMPANY. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. Carrollß. Gravis, KUenaburg, 111 a P. K.noi.ehart, North Yakima, qbath a enqlehart, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Roomi 7 and 8, Second floor, First National Bank building. S C. HENTON, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Practices in Federal and all state Courta. Office over Yakima National Bank. H- HARE, DENTIST. Office over Poitoffice. Yakima avenue, North Yakima. XT J. SNIVELY, ATTORNEY AT LAW. gag- Office over Yakima National Bank, North Yakima. Will practice In all ths court! ol tbe Btate aud U. 8. land offices. W. L. JOKIB. J.I.»l»«iN. JONES & NEWMAN, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Over Flrtt Natioual Bank, North Yakima, Waah WHITSON 4PARKER} «™» whitsoh j fRRD FARKRR ATTORNEYS AT LAW....

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. — 2 September 1897

nf YAKIMA HERALD. BULKY .1 11 PsI.KV. Pabllibed every Ttiurnlaj ; «ul.«. *rl|.ii.iii flu per year in sivaaec itdr-srllilog nam ■ism ap|.lli «tiim. THURSDAY. SEPTEMRI R Z. UAI OUR INITIAL /J" 11*. With this issue Tiik 11km ti.it passes un der the management of the undersigned. who are not entirely unknown to the people of North Yakima and the comity. They do not expect to give its readers sny brighter journal than they have ha.! during the past eight years under the careful and painstaking eye of Mr. Keed. whose ready and versatile pen has made Tiik Herald a welcome visitor to many homes. Tbey have already been given substsntisl reason to lielicve that they will receive a generous share of the pat ronage of the business men of the coin munity and of the reading public, snd ii new business continues to come in as it has started, Tin: Hiumd readers niiiy look for some new features in Ihe near future. However, we will make no promises along this line but will let the paper speak for its...

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. — 2 September 1897

nnmoiL fancies Brief Bits oi Hews Gathered From tbe Highways and Byways of Life. PERSONAL AND IMPERSONAL JOTTINGS "News" Is MoraethlnK That l» *•» t-leßcrallr Known ana Here Hrad era •( "The llrruld" Will Und a roiipir at iniumni a>t li. E. W. Dooley spent the past week in Tacoma. The board of stste fair commissioners will hold a meeting next Monday. J. W. Peck is over from Tacoma this week looking after matters on his large Moxee ranch. Mr. Hough, of the hanking firm of Miller & Hough, paid Kllenshurg a brief business visit on Saturday last. W. I. Lince and family returned home from Soda Springs alter a very pleasant outing of several week's duration. The little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. II L. Tucker is confined to her home by sickness, but is reported as improving. Mrs. Coombs, Miss Dunham and Mr. and Mrs. Ase Schwartze have returned from their outing at the Simcoe soda springs. Mr. and Mrs. C. I*. Wilcox arrived home from their trip to Minnesota and other eastern states on ...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 2 September 1897

1 PENCIL, I | SGISSOR-6 and | I PASTEPOT I Monday, September tUh, will bo Labor Pay Gov. Kogers has removed Kish Com missioner Crawford for misconduct in otlice and appointed A. 0. Little, of Aber deen to fill the vacancy. Nebraska's wheat crop is threshed and yields an aggregate of 46,000,000 bushels. Tlie corn yield is estimated at 360,000,000 bushels, or 60 bushels to the at re. Large buys of grain have been made in this country by Italy. Austria, France and Egypt, countries which have rarely before bought cereals in the United States. The board of inquiry into the wracking of the steamship Mexico in Dixon's Kn trance, Alaska, lias censured the captain and pilot for the accident. Capt. Thom as' license has been revoked and Pilot Connell has been suspended for bO days. The government ol IVrti has ordered its postage stamps made in the United Slates. An order for one million b cent stamps lias been given to the American Rank Note Company, and another fur two million stamps of other...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 9 September 1897

Who knows what you have to sell unless you in form them ? Try Herald ad VOL, IX. NORTH YAKIMA. WASHINGTON, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1897. XO. :U ATTENTION! HOP PICKERS 81. OO We can give you a good lo SHOE for Hop Picking at S I ._*.*» _Per ■•____•. o_a_i_.i^ _a_:nt> KXAMI>K. f B m m a ri_P%-L_i_L__i mmonm AmA U ■ PROFESSIONAL CARDS. Carrollß. (Iravks, Kllensburg, Ira I*. Enolshabt, North Yakima QRAVES A ENOLEHART, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. KIII.IIIK 7 anil 8, Becond floor. First National Bank bHlldlng. VESTAL HNYIIER, K. B PRKBI.K, Prosecuting Attorney. CourtCommli'r. cnyder 4 preble, Attorneys at Law. Office!: Second Floor Schlntfeltlt Block, Yakima Aveinie, North Yskims, Waah g C. HENTON, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Practlt -en in Federal and all State Coarts. Office over Yakima Natlonsl Bank. TT J. SNIVELY, ATTORNEY AT LAW. gag"' iniee over Yakima Natlonsl Bank, North Yakima. Will practice in all ths courts of the State snd U. 8. land officss. W. L. JUNKS. J. a NEWMAN. JONES A NEWMAN, ATTORNEY...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 9 September 1897

a 1.....i1..r« Hlimk«l«, I'lclurc I lames , V/ iniUlllin 0 llfinOl TU **/♦■ ™r • -%::,, ,;;:™. ,# LOMBARD & HORSLEY THE YAKIMA HERALD. baii.ey t itmurr. Published every ThurMsy. labscriptfoo »i" per year In Mveaee. AdTeititlog rain apon amplication. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1897. FALSE ALARM. During the campaign last tall one of the commonest arguments against placing the affaire of this state in the hands of the fusion party was the oft repeated warning that such a step would lose us prestige in the east. We were a borrowing state anil in addition to the present investments of eastern people. we needed much additional capital to move the wheels of prosperity. We were warned lhat with Mr. Hogers as chief executive and with the other state offices filled by men who believe in free coinage of silver and equal rights for all, no eastern capitalist would think ol plat ing investments in our midst, antl those who could would call in and withdraw what moneys they bad already put here. T...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 9 September 1897

PHtARANfT C4IB - . «,. RDTTOTT UUljAllAllUlj UALIJ *, Misses Fine Kid. 2.25. 2. and 1.75 Shoe for $1.10 » V^ J^-L^^ -J^ J^ Of Ladies', Misses' and $ Misses Kangeroo Calf,s2 and 1.75 shoe for $1.10 j# qj XJTi^TT. Children's >£ Childs " " 175,1.60 Shoe for $1.00 & OiIUJCj" _ Child's Kid, button, 1.76, 1.50 Shoe for $1.00 H B I B _________ ■ ■ Money. Many of these goods are being sold for less than half price l^ -___--w._____ ______ ___L—____. _____ _____ HHPOHTOIIAL FANCIES Brier Bits or Hews Gathered From tbe Highways and Byways or Lire. PERSONAL AND IMPERSONAL JOTTINGS *Hmmmm i« Mom-Mhing That i» f_ot l. fin m ll » Known and litre Until era of "The Steroid" Will find a Itoupls of Column* of 11. Elegant weather for hop harvesting. Kllensburg has had several heavy frosts during the past week. Powell Bros, shipped a carload ol horses to Seattle Friday night. C. G. Hoyt has been appointed United States Indian commissioner at large. Fred Chandler is clerking in Mr. Dills' Star clo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 9 September 1897

Woman's |YVorld * "mi .tl.e Iliilpm. We are always glad to have our read er* eend in reripee thai they bave need ami fouml practical to uss In the tana kitchen. Many a fanner's wife or daugb ter haa a wav of doing some work or of making come soaco or preparing son. dish that is economical am! appetising that if given to others in ,';ke circum stances would be helpful. It is such • recipiee we wish, rather than cook book recipies that are unlritd in the f.irmliou-. kitchen. As a Sample of sum. that ar. just now seasonable, WS i_ive the follow ing: Mixed Pickles. —Kour quarts of sliced green tomatoes, two quarts of sliced on- • ions, four quarts of cocambers pared am! . sliced, four quarts of cauliflower broken apart, one-half cup of salt. Let all etanti over night, then drain, boll the cauliflower twenty-live minute* am! ! drain again. Scald in one gallon of vin egar one-half cup celery BSod, one -hal: ! ounce allspice, one tabloopoonful whole black pepper, two tablsspoonsfol tun- : ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 16 September 1897

Who knows what you have to sell unless you in form them ? Try Herald ad VOL, IX. NORTH YAKIMA. WASHINGTON, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 1(>, 1897. NO. 35 Growers'. . oUf f LlJjO We have everything needed to fit up your kiln. Scoops, Lanterns, Forks Thermometers, Twine, etc. rr OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT. YAKIMA HARDWARE COMPANY. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. Carroll B. ilraves, Kllenaburg, Im I>. Knolehart. North Yakima, (< RAVES & ENOLEHART, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Knnms 7 anil It, Second floor, First National Bink biilltliug. VKSTAI. SNYDEK, X It I'KKIII.K. ITitutt-niiiiK Attorney. Court Commli'r. BRTDKB A PREBLE, Attorneys at Law. Offlce«: Second Floor Schlotfeldt Block, Yakima Avenue, North Yakima, Wub <■•_; C. HENTON, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Practice* in Federal and all State Courta. Office over Yakima National Bank. JJ J. SNIVELY, ATTORNEY AT LAW. gaT~' "'•''•' nver Yakima National Bank, North Yakima. Will practice In all ths courta of the State aud U..». land offices. W. L. JONES. J.M.NEWMAN. JONK...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 16 September 1897

*. • Furniture BlankolN, Piclnrc Frames, /**/ 10111111111 0 1101101 TU * #a' WallPaper, Comforts Late A « li< i.illc .'' ' 111 lUI X A Kll Ai UNUxIkY ** S «a..,ie, S , P,e.„re -perte* I»e. /// LUIVIDAIIU (X nUllOLtl IDE YAKI.MA HERAUL ';. hah kv .i re-Burr. ! n y rutiimhed every Thar-tlny: mlisorliitlnn 11 M v per year fn adva-BCS. A<l\cr;i»itiK rate* apoa sfrpUeattoa, t THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER Iti. tfgt. p MAKE IT PERMANENT. * i It is hardly necessary to call attention , to the fact that much of the business in- f terests of this c.immunity dipends on t the hop inilnetry, Imt there are many , who do not realize the dangtrs ami risks | that tbe growers have to (sec. It wa» , truly remarked at the citizen's meeting , Sat unlay evening t tint (here ISM place | on the face of the earth that can pro* , better hops, larger yield to the acre, or . at a lower figure than the Yakima grow* ( er can, but in addition to climate an>l . soil ami careful culture, another featim | must be con...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 16 September 1897

Ladies Fine Shoes fl —I |£^ 0 O/^XJ/^nrnn That will Surprise You in \l l WMgP \ll OV^ JLJA^J ± ± Prices and Styles. U 11 #% f**sfc U 11 O Fine Kid Lace and Button Coin toe, $2 00 H fl .fe^ik. 1111 ..T^HT — f^^TTl - c a if, 200 ii ii r ■■ ll r SH( )hj •• Kid " 260 ||| B__..l_£Brak. 11 L JL-J Kid Hand sewed 300 MF f\ P O [X Sm^ [S COMPANY CALL AND SEE THEM V j '^JP REPORTORIU FANCIES Brier Bits of News Gathered From tbe Highways and Byways of Life. PERSONAL AND IMPERSONAL JOTTINGS "Xrwa" l« Nomrililiif That l» Hot t.iiiitHin Known and Here Head* era of "The llrrwld" Will Und a rttii|ili> ol « nliintii* of It. Geo. Aldrich bas returned from the Sound. G. A. Graham ie confined to his house by illness. Tim Lynch, jr., is out and around once more and says he'd rather be well than •ick. . Mies Florence Scow has just been en joying a ten days' visit with friends in Ellensburg. J. W. Current sent over five new filinge on Summit district locations this week for friends of his. Dick Ball fi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 16 September 1897

il Local ii t I Melange Dick Ball was In.me on a living trip last week. He has aliout lOrttt* men working on the State rusd. ami rep irt- gootl progress. Hound* A Mvcrs and Moran were husv last week buying cattle nn I calves and they expect in the winter to liim 001 W hesd of prime lieef csttle. Oi 11. I.eudhetter, sr , has gone to Alaska. If be strikes it rich, there is a chance for him to earn a hearty welcome in North Yskims, if he wants to. l'.tisign Chappell. who recently ha! charge of the Salvation army in North Y'akima, ia now Mrs. Adjutant Milne. The wedding occurred in Seattle last week. Roslyn News: Claude BrtggS,ot the Wiley B. Allen Piano niul Organ Co., i» up from Yakima doing business here. He reports Y'akima having a boon, and hops at $1 a box. Moments are useless if trill* d away; and they are dangt rously wasted if con sumed hy delay in ease* where One Min ute Cough Cure would bring Immediate relief. Janeck Bros. I'rug Store. T. W. CleiumoiiH was kicked by ii horse ...

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. — 23 September 1897

Who knows what you have to sell unless you in form them ? Try Herald ad VOL, IX. NORTH YAKIMA. WASHINGTON, TIUKSDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1897. NO. 36 A 810 RXJN O.N CUTLERY! Our trade last Sunday night was rather heavy, but we still have the Largest and Finest stock in the city. THE THIEVES SHOWED EXCELLENT CTTJIDCB-I^CEIsrT By selecting "Keen Kutter" pocket knives, Clauss raz ors and shears, but we have a big line still left. CALL AND GET ONE BEFORE ANOTHER RAID. C ' YAKIHA HARDWARE COMPANY. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. ft kh .1.1. B. IISAViK. Kllenstiarg, Un V Kn..i.kh ut, North Yakima, QRAVES A ENOLEHART, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Rooms 7 and 8, Second floor, First National Bauk hull.ling VEHTAI. SNYIiKR, E. B PKKHI.K. Prosecuting Attorney. Court Commit' r. gNYDER A PREBLE, Attorneys at Law. Offices: Second Floor Schlotfeldt Block, Yakima Avenue, North Yakima, Wash g C HENTON, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Practices In Federal and all State courts, office over Yakima National Bank. XT J. SNIVELY, ATTORNEY AT LAW. g...

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. — 23 September 1897

riiiniliirc Blaaketa, Picture FraiiK-i, >>y< If)11fl I D l"_ 0 llflllOl TV *.™ «h.,ml«, Pletere, l>r«,M*_ie*, Etc. /// LUIYIDAIIU OC NUIIOLL I IHE YAKIMA HERALD. BAII.KY a. 11l -I KY I'tiMishetl evi-rv Thar-tulai * It.SS , |ter year in it.us*., •*. Atlvt M Illiull »ii.* I THURSDAY, BEPTEMBF.II . I*9l MEANS MVCA FOR YAKIMA. There ia a little personal Item in an other colum that n e-ii o \.-r\ much to the people of Norili Vakima Some Btt sanguine enough to think thai it ni. im multiplying the tr» I. ol Uiis * "> by two. Wa refer to tbe feci thai some of the turners in the Pnmmil diatricl who havt heretofore made Bnckley tln*:r headquar-1 ters will hereafter inn tart tin ir Im- i . * - in North Yakimii, BO lil lb( State roa t niiikes eutlicit ni progress ti, s year, we sre in a fair way to secure the whole trade of this rich and reeonrceful mineral d - trict. The miners are m xlous to gel tn their claims as early us possible in the spring, and il the road ran be complete...

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. — 23 September 1897

REPORTORM FANCIES Brief Bits of Heis Gathered From the Highways and Byways of Life. PERSONAL AMD IMPERSONAL JOTTIIGS ■ irnrrallr Knatsn ana Hare Hfs*|. rrt ol "Tfcc Herald" Will rial ■ i oiipir at I'aliimni of 11. Mra. Cary's opening day, Sept. 29. Mayor Fecter left for Tacoma thia morning on a flying trip. Malcolm Mrl__ Lennon ahipped a train loati of aheap eaat Saturday night. Miaa Wyckoff waa expected home yea ten! ay from a long viait over on the Sound. Mra. Thompson, of Sumner, is visiting ber eon Fred and family in Pai ker Bottom. (ivy Allen and Roacoe Thomaa left Tuesday night for the Pullman Agricul tural college. Claud Briggs ia back from Kllensburg, where he waa very successful in tbe bus iness he went there to tranaact. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Dudley are en joying a visit from Mrs. Dudley's mother and sister, Mrs. Barton and daughter. Mrs. Hough, wife of Banker Hongb, with ber two little girls, is spending a few days with the family of Mr. Dunn at Parker. (ieorge and Barton Du...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 23 September 1897

I Local I Melange Court convenes H.toh r 4th. InJianJulnlee.Sfpt. 10, Oct 1 and I, Buy the healthful tlrnk — rostiim Ce real—at Kinsey A oo.'t ;>:i-4t Auditor Flint has ie«ned a marriage li cense :o David Mann and Nancy J.I Allen. Uncle Hill Taylor of (he Selah, is oIT on a mining trip abmt ten miles beyond Fish lake. Miss Carrie Young hat again been ten*: dered the potltion ol teacher in the Riverside school district. Those who never saw an Indian war dsnee cannot atTbrd to miss tne Indian Jubilee, Sept. It I, Oct 1 and 2. Miss Jennie Snively left M uiday morn- , ing fi ir Tacoma where she will lake a course in the Annie Wrighl seminary. W. II Kowe of Kllenil.il.>. North Da kotii, baa determini'tl to move to North Yakima ami will locale among na In the near future. Mrs. Fretl R. Reed has gone to Pun Francisco on account of ill health and ll accompanied hy her mother, Mrs. I>. K. Budtl of Portland. ti. 0, Mitchell, manager of the Dia tnonil let Co., of Seattle, ie spending ...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 30 September 1897

Who knows what you have to sell unless you in form them ? Try Herald ad VOL, IX. NORTH YAKIMA. WASHINGTON, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER W, 1897. NO. 37 A HlGr RTJN ON CUTLERY! Our trade last Sunday night was rather heavy, but we still have the Largest and Finest stock in the city. TUB THIEVES SHIOWIEID E3ZCB3XiLE2STT J"CJIDC3-3^BlsrT By selecting "Keen Kutter" pocket knives, Clauss raz ors and shears, but we have a big line still left. CALL AND GET ONE BEFORE ANOTHER RAID. C YAKIMA HARDWARE COMPANY. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. Carroll B. Oravis, Kllensburg, Ira P. Knki.sii art. North Ysklma, Q RAVES A ENGLEHART, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Km.mn 7 ami 8, Se. uml floor, Pint National Hank tinlldtng. VKHTAI. HNYDKK, K. B PKEBI.K, Frniieeiitlng Attorney. C'oart I'nmiula'r. gNYDKR A PREBLE, Attorneys at Law. Offices: Second Floor Sililottel.lt Block, Yakima Avenue, North Yakima, Wiih ■« C HENTON, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Practise! In Federal and all statu Coarts. office over Yakima National Bank. II J. SNIVELY, ATTORNEY ...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 30 September 1897

liiniiiiiir Blanket*, Ptetare Francs, #/y< I OKID inn 0 110001 TV rilE YAKIMA HERALD. HAI I It .-. 1 I I -IK V. Plltilt«heil every 1 l.iir-iln.*. -l' -. I ■ i.* -ti 11.0 |it*r yoai la advance Advertising rate* ■pea applk iitin-... THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER is>: A WOOI At "l RIXO Pi AST. Mnre sheep hint la ■ n shipped bom North Yakima tl .- .-. ;.- in than t »< r le* fore. More wm.l Mn- i dpped from thii print during tin* | re-, i.i year than daring any previous Mar. M ire al <\> will be wintered in t die valley during the cominti winter than Vert ever wintered here be fore. A lair estimate ol th i* rctotageol increase can be baaed on thi number ol wool sacks tbat bave t tti sold this yi ar as ci inpared toother yeara, i.i 1805 Cof fin Bros, gold 800 sacks, in ISUti thei - ber reached ItOO and 11 .- Mar the s.m.i firm sold 1000. Th y hand ed in theii warehouse alone i \.-r me and h ii'inrt. r milium pounds ol wu i this s as n. This showing ia a rerj i i*. lit able on and wil...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 30 September 1897

IEPOITOBUI FANCIES Brief Bits of News Gathered From tbe Highways and Byways of Life. PERSONAL AND MPERaOM J iTTINGS HfVsSPS*! i« Snmrlliliig Mint l» >ol l.rtii rnlll Knott „ ..,,,1 11. i, li.-mi. er* nl "llie lleriilft" Mill I Ind n < nil |>lc nl I nliinin-, nl It. Next Thursday is Madam Cntiolly's o|n ning day. Ma>or Kecbter is threatened with a eeriuiis illness. Millinery opening at Madam Conolly's next Thursday. Representative Jury was a North Vaki ma visitor yesterday. The family nf Mr. Yates of l;pper Nat cht/.e, is going into Ibe Cadwell block. ('has. Worth and family of Kllensburg, are guests of Mr. and Mrs. Matt llartbo lett. Depoty Sheriff Howard is able to get out and will soon be at the post ot duty once more. I i.v k Shr.rdlow is able to attend to business OOC! more, having rt covered frmii bis recent illness. P. A. It..unda is arranging to take 700 beef cattle int.i Daweon City next spring. He intends to go in over tbe llalton trail. Court convenes next Mond...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 30 September 1897

1 f\ "Pertinent . Question Ulial I* l*ro«|nrll | "■* KniTtut Bnt mDi My s"t nt** n been railed to the following t it irial in a recent issue of tin Republic : "It nitist be gall nnd wormwt nil totli pops to have to admit prosperity of which thej sal »tlj and | emphatically deoieu Ibe verj ei'sti It's a knife in the ■*. 'nl*- nltln .- pari san slop b> have good im I thrust ipon thetii —tMitee the loiiiul i nt ol Iheir thunder, as it were." The republic. hi party i laiml it ba« pr..* tlured progperiiy by the polii :• - . i pro teclion ami the single gold standard. < >ver six millions ol tmerican \ t rr maintain Ihe negative - I* of \' I | rop eition. li ia tl.e vi rli -i i. met i * to laj tbat it would be gall mil wormwood for populists to welcome the return ol pros perity. Every fatlnr it ■■. family an* every citizen would welcome the n t'l-u i real prosperity, without regard to party. An 1 this leads one to a»k. "Uli.it i prosp. rily ?" There are various decreet ol prosperi...

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