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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 4 November 1897

lOnliir Sroclt lonu :i ill to save None)! Ofl coiii-m' >oii do! The Douglas .il Then take advantage of Ihe _———- s:& Shoe °1 8T BIG CLOSING OUT SALE IT LEE'S SIE STORE "Z^ Call at race, a* the stock will liiml but *~ Shoe CASH! | Cor. First and Chestnut Streets • si *hoii time at present prices. Now $1.75 A HODGE-PODGE OF NEWS' Short Notes of News Gathered Id and Out of the City. ITEMS FROM THE WORLD OF TRADE l»i r nnnn ■«. numlnra* Announce in in i •>, Current (ommtnl and I ma Imrrwovcn to Mile "The Herald" Reader*. New goods at new' prices at John W Thomas. Mrs. RoHenfeld returned from Portland Wednesday evening. Sic those free picture frames at the j Jumna' Studio this week. We are sorry to announce that Phil i Ditttf is again on the sick list. Win. Miade, of the firm of Reid, Meade A Wickersham, of Tacoma is in the city. Deputy Sheriff Taylor of Prosser was in the city today and paid this office a pleanant visit. Miss Fulkerson of Spokane, is in North Yxkima once more,...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 4 November 1897

City Restaurant SCATCHARD & STOHAN Conduct the only first-class WHITE MAN'S RESTAURANT In this city. GIVE THEM A TRIAL. Clean White Man's Food Nicely Served. Regular Meals L'.">c. Open all night. Short Orders at all Hours. White Help Only! EVERYTIII.VG \EAT A\D TASTY. THE RICHELIEU RESTAURANT Private Boies for Ladies and Family Parties. MEALS, 25 AND 60 CENTS. All the delicacies of the season on our Tables. Call and see us. M'l.nii \i ii >im> «;ivi;> to hail %mi rut ll Hinn, TIIK RICHELIEU RESTAIRAST. GHDVES "tasteless CHILL TDNIC IS JUST A3 COOD FOR ADULTS. WARRANTED. PRICE sOctß. Gai.atia, Ills., Not. 10,1893. P«rl« Mixllclnc To., si. i, i,i», Mi>. Gentlemen:—Wo »ol<l lost year, fIOO b*Htlon of OKOVK'S TABTBLEBB CHIIX TONIC unil havo tMiutlhl thrfo KruMd nlrt'ftdy thm yi-ur. In all oMrcx- I>en«nfo of 14 yearn, in tint dniK luiKiiifuH. tmve Dever noM nn urtlWo thut|[nv<« mn U uiUverHul Bulls, toeliuu a* yuur Tuulc. Vuura truly, .UI>LI.(AIUt il O. I oi...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 11 November 1897

The Yakima Herald. SIX PACKS. A Few Reasons Why WILSON'S AIR TIGHT HEATERS a:r,:e this zbzesti i They consume less than half jgj^ I lie fuel other stoves require. r^^gSaS^ They will hold lire 36 hour* ami vi.li earefill sitteiation will ■ never out. They will burn chips, sh;i*- ■■itfS hark, roots, corn eohw or ■ cord wood. They utilize a* fuel all the tfas XJ • wlifrli in other stoves go to waste With the above reasons (and there are others) you are justified in throwing out the old heater and putting in a "Wilson." It would mean solid comfort for all and a clean house for the wife. See our splendid line. YAKIMA HARDWARE CO. FIRST NATIONAL RAUL of North Yakima. niKKITOKS. W. M. I.hilil, W. U Sieiuwiu. Ch»y. (nrpi'nter. H. B. Scuduer, A. B. Wyokoll. ( Capital, ttIKMKIO Mirplno, •..'-.ih>i. W. It. Udd, I'rt-slrtcnt CkariM OwpcstATf Vice pros-Ment W. 1.. Stoinwc'B, CublW ——:o: I>| IK- A (IKNEKAL BANKING I(I'SINK.--. Bnys and Sells Eiihange at RfiuumaMr Putra. PAYS INTEREST ON TIM...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 11 November 1897

FTJIRZSTITTTIRE 3f' UrRBTI'JL' 17KJB FTJJEIISrTrrTJttEI ATI T\ '<* I With every purchase of $io or over for the next 6o days we |■A 0% ■ ff% ■% £% || AuAiP* V, V HiKinp^ Mrnun^itinilf -"^ ■>■•«».•■-»■■•< .h.l nMuiDny nuvl v Ullullluuu 1 lUUUuHIUII! ■-- --<■<■■ ■■«<<■ »■ ■■->-■ ..>.-. IVInAIII #v H nMrE Water color pictures ioc to $i; 8 111 Ifll UUL 111 I • Your opportunity to get what everyone Paste i pictlin , s consisting of Fruit, Pitmen, Marine tod ■"**■■■ ■*■■■■■*• iiWiiWatafc a is looking for and what we all want-- Rural scenes, 2.5 cto |i. Also ■ l«rg« list of Artotypc and Photo- P||nillTlinP aa SniiliK lir iliu!?—™^-"-=> r rUnNIIUnL 111. — FTTKOSriTTTDRJS FTJK.IsriTTJI^E FTTIRZKTITTTI^E HIE YAKIMA HERALD.! baii.ky a nntsurr. I'ubllnhi'il (hitv Thursday: rabwripUon 11. (to Pit yi'nr in nilvhdic. Advertising rate upon application, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1897. IS PROSPERITY GENERAL! T'nder a recent date the following card was issued from Trenton, N...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 11 November 1897

BBPOBTOWAt FANCIES Brief Bits of Hews Gathered From tbe Highways and Byways of Life. PERSOHAL AND IMPERSONAL JOTTINGS "News" l« somrihlni That I* >"i iirurru 111 Known and Hire llii<<l -cra of "Tin- Herald" Will rind a « oiiplr of Columns of 11. J. 0. Lonergan returned from Oregon Monday nittht. Charles Meade left Monday night for a trip east. He will be absent a month. Mrs. U. J. Hill and child and Miss Kborer returned Monday ni«hi from Astoria. Frank Bartholet is able to be out and expects to assume his duties at the bank again next week. H. J. Fries, who is editor of the Wash ington Kndeavorer, spent the early part of the week in North Yakitna. Troop A promises tbe dancers of North Yakima a very select ball to take place Thanksgiving eve. It will be an invita tion affair. Leander Snipes returned from Ne braska Tuesday. He has been gone nearly six months and says Washington is his choice every time. The proprietors of the Hotel Bartholet have ordered the goods and have ma...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 11 November 1897

our Neighbors I will Mm in tltir Nstea. "It i« not by never falling that we «uc ceed, but by riling every time we ML" Mr. Chapman, of Mahton, was a San nyside visitor on Monday. Mr. E. E. Ferron, of Northport, was in town looking after his interests here. Mr*. E. J. Webber waa the Rueat of Mrs. R. I). Young one day lftst week. Mr. Walker, of Seattle, was in Snnny •ide Monday looking after the interests of Fry fc Hruhn, of Seattle. Mr. Beet has rented the Smalley prop-1 erty and will move his family here from Walla Walla in the near future. Quite a number of new scholars are re ported at school, among them Messrs. | Heed'a and Morrison'* children. Mr. F. C- Redmond raised 1000 nicks of fine potatoes on -" j acres instead of '■'"> sacks on 10 acres as reported laßtjweek. Mr. V. R. Ferrell, who was married to Miss Adelia Swit/.ler, of Wallula, on Xov. ■ '•, arrived at their home near Snnnyside on Friday. Mrs. Frank Cannon and children, of Wibaux, Montana, arrived here on Sat urday f...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 11 November 1897

Our Ffcli Bros.' Wagons, Hacks, Buckboards and Carriages are not only the BEST made but the Style and Finish ELEGANT and the price much less than the same quality can be bought elsewhere. A HODGE-PODGE OF NEWS Short Notes of News Gathered In and Oat of the City. ITEMS FROM THE WORLD OF TRADE Peraonwli, Huilncm Auiiounrc uii ills, I iirrrnl I annul n I im.l tact* Imerwovcn to Null "The ll.ru 1.1-- Header*. Kinsey again has a fresh lot of Puget Sound codfish. 4il Commissioner McNeely left for the Sound yesterday. James Mcl'hee tins sold his liny in the etack at 11. or $4 50 fed. First class brick at (iarrett Bros.' yard near the power house of 41-tf l'hil Stanton and Alex. McLean are down from the Fish lake mines. John A. I^ongbon secured a license to wed Mrs. IVte lltrko last Tuesday. Miss Mathilda (iiiilland is in charge of the library during Mrs. Bartholet's ab sence. See the new and beautiful line of ladies' walking hals at The Wonder. Just arrived, 41-tf Win. Bailey, of Carbonado...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 11 November 1897

City Restaurant SCATCHARD & STOHAN Conduct the only first-class WHITE MAN'S RESTAURANT In this city. GIVE THEM A TRIAL. Clean White Man's Food Nicely Served. Regular Meals SSe< Open all night. Short Orders at all I lours. White Help Only! EVERYTHING SEAT ASD TASTY. THE RICHELIEU RESTAURANT Private Boies for Ladies and Family Parties. MKALS, :>5 AND 50 CENTS. Airthf delicacies of the season on our Tables. Call and see us. M'riin. \i iMinn BIVBM. TO ll\l I AKD PARTY ItINNKHN. .1. Till Kit IIH.Ir I BESTAIRAST. 0.1. Livery Sties AN» Horse snoeing Stop 1 . P. and Hf.it. >i 1 111 is. Proprietor*. Stylish Turnouts, Reasonable Kates, Quick Service GIVE US A CALL. CORNER OF UCOKD ST., AND WALNUT AVKSTK. BRDVES "tasteless CHILL TONIC 18 JUBT AS COOD FOR ADULTS. WARRANTED. PRICE SOcts. _ „ «*I.*TIA,II.LU.,NOT. 16, 1893. PartiMedicineCo., hi. u»i la, lln. Gantlrmeii:—We *ild li.-l year, 800 bottles of OKOVKS TASTKLI^H (1111,1,, TONIC and have bought Ihrru xri'Bfl alrvnriy thin year...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 18 November 1897

The Yakima Herald. SIX PAGES. Roast That Turkey FOR THANKSGIVING IN A ST. CLAIR Sim RANGE, AND USE ONE OF THE PERKIN'S DOUBLE ROASTERS (Which by the way, are the finest on the market and we have them in all sizes and prices) then get an ELEGANT CARVING SET (We have them from $2 and upwards) and we will guarantee you a din ner that you will not soon forget. Our line of the above goods is the largest and finest in the city. OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT YAKIMA HARDWARE CO. FIRST NATIONAL BANK of North Yakima. DIKCCTORI. W. M. I.hiM, W. L. Sleiuwig, Char. Carp«nt«r, H. B. Hcudder, A. B. Wyckoff, W. II Dudley. Capital, «IUO,OOO HlirpllK, aSI,OOO W. M l.«.l.l, Pretldent Charlea Carpenter, Vice president W. L. Btelnwec, Cashier A. B. Cllne, AMlitant Cashier. :o: CORRESPONDENCE INVITED. Farciji and D«mfslir Exckaage Biagkt »nd Slid. PAYS INTIRKST ON TIMI DEPOSITS. National Bank, NORTH YAKIMA, WASH. GEO. DONALD. President' L. 1.. THORP. Vice President. J. D. CORNETT, Cashier. FRANK BAKTHOI.ET. Aast....

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

FTTTHSTXTXTTt^I FTJK,ISria?TJI^E FTJR^TITTJR,E ATI ' T"l '<■ I With even purchase of $io or over for the next 6o days we |f\ ■ 111 ■ |IP\ f% IIAfIAI Wlf KllMllP^ PrflllllMllflll will give you a present of one d the following articles: I IMJI Jll V I] IIUV ILf UIIUIIIUUIJ 1 iUUUljlllUll I A handsome Banquet Lamp, worth $6 to fio; IIIIV|RAH lIfV II 11-M I I Water color pictures ioc to $i; M IW I Ufll I IL# I I aLB II>J I 1_ I Your Opportunity tO get What everyone p aste l pictures consisting of Pftit, Flowers, Marine and)"" ■■wbbwb.M ■ iS looking for and What We all Want-- Rural scenes, 25c to $i. Also a largt list of Artotypeand Photo-: ■■ ||%|||V|| il f" i\i\ Siim In ldiu!^^---^~4unlllH!l![ 111. FTTIRItfTTTTIRE IFTTIRIETI^TTIRIE FtT^IISTTTTJTItt ME YAKIMA HERALD. lIAII.KY & TTF.SI KY. Publlnheil every TbMtdar; mbw riptlon 11.00 iwr je»r tn Hi wire. Advprtl>liiK rales upon ipiilicHtion. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1897 j The French strangers within our gates, like the first c...

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

IPORIIIAL FANCIES Brief Bits or Hews Gathered From the Highways and Byways of Life. PERSONAL AND IMPERSONAL JOTTINGS ">rw«" I. Mpmrlhlni That I. l%o» l.iii. r» 11} Hiioiiii mid Here ll.Md era of "The llcrald" Will Find ■ « oiipi.- of Column* of It. Ira P. Englehart made a business trip to Prosser Saturday. Three cars of stock cattle were shipped from Chehalis to Yakima, last week. Mr. Allnger has struck artesian water at 400 feet on section 5 of the Moxee. A widow's original pentiion haa b«en granted to Mrs. John W. Dean, of North Yakiuia. Miss Kingsbury and Miss Stewart wit nessed tlie ball game last Saturday.—El lenttburg Capital. Special Indian Agent Jenkins was in town Tuesday in company with Indian Agent Jay Lynrh. Matt Bartholet Arrived home from at tendance as a witness at Wall* Walla federal court, Monday. Nine-roomed cottage and two lots, well located, for sale by owner. Terms reason able and title good. Address box 43. Heitlth Officer Dr. Frank on Monday raifled tbe two...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 18 November 1897

|| Initiative || Referendum j| Timiro, Not. 10, 1897. Kditor Heraip: Are the American people ready and fitted for the initiative and the referendum,or direct legislation? Is such a novel .principle practicable in our government, if not, why continue further discussion, of the theory, to the exclusion of practical reforms. >i i.-i r.iiu it. It is hardly worth while to ask the question whether the American people are not fitted to govern themselves and yet if it is answered in the affirma tive there is no argument left against the principles of Direct Legislation. As a matter of fact there is to little ground for an argument against the Initiative and Referendum that the opposition has con cluded that silence is the strongest weapon they can use. In order that the masses of our people may be governed for the benefit of the few, it is necessary that the many have no direct hand in their own governing. It is necessary that the many delegate to representatives the art of governing, an...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 18 November 1897

For the past five years it hmhtmtm which you have been receiving ticket* Shoes-in fact everything except grocer- tides suitable to give tl.n children, mam- considered, cheaper than any other store a smaller margin of profit cnetoin every November and December for s year, and on which we will continue iea and hardware. ma, papa, or gran.lm* for a Christmas in town but give you thepresents besides to give away Xmae present*. This sens- giving tickets with every fifty cent pur- present, and they nre alwolute free of How can wo do this? Because, instead ' * * DMt mOn'b T°U *'11 on in are going to eclipse all former chase, up to the time of the drawing— You understand with every $l purchase cost to you—the something for nothing of upending the money for printers' ink want • new 811 lt ' new drew, iome winter years, and besides our regular drawing every one of which stands an equal you got a It) cent present; with ass pur- which we are All after. Other dealers and running big ads in all t...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 18 November 1897

City Restaurant SCATCHARD & STOHAN Conduct the only first-class WHITE MAN'S RESTAURANT In this city. (iIVF. THEM A TRIAL. Clean White Man's Food Nicely Served. Regular Meals L'dc. Open all night. Short Orders at all Hours. White Help Only! 1 immm; mi \u> tasty. THE RICHELIEU RESTAURANT Private Boifs Tor Ladies and Family Parties. MEALS, 2T> AND 50 CENTS. All,the delicacies of the season on our Tables, ('all and see us. Ml.mi. miMiin «.i\i -s TO Hill. AND PARTY lil\M llv .1 TIIK RICHELIEU KKST \l K.\M. 0. K. Livery Stables AMD Horse SHoeiug SHOP E. P. and «.l o. > I I Itl I v. Proprietors Stylish Turnouts, Reasonable Kates, Quick Service GIVE US A CALL. CORNER OK UCOII9 BT., AND WALNUT AVKNIK BRDVES "tasteles^ CHILL TDNIC IS JUST AS COOD FOR ADULTS. WARRANTED. PRICE sOctß. Ilium. 11X8.,N0T.16,1893. FariiModlcloero., Ht. Ix>uls, Mo. Gentlemen:—We sold laat year, TOO boules of OROVB-S TASTBI.KSrt CHILL, TONIC ami h«i» bouiiht thrre Kruu already tbls year. In all unrf>...

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

The Yakima Herald. SIX PAGES. NEW GOODS ™£25JillKITCHEN! We have just received a fine large assortment of the following lines: Delft Enameled Ware This is without question the best enameled ware on the market. Granite Steel Ware, at prices lower than ever. Nitti Hated C»p Ware Handsome and durable. We have it in Range Kettles, Tea Kettles, Tea Pots and Coffee Pots. We carry only the best of this ware and you will find our prices as low as the cheaper grades. Fist's Aiitftetiii lire Positively guaranteed by the manufacturers not to rust. We will replace FREE any article re turned to us that has rusted. The finest line of tinware ever brought to North Yakima. It will pay you to try it. Besides the above we are constantly adding to our assortment of Home Furnishing Goods. Our Prices are as Low as the Lowest* YAKIMA HARDWARE CO. FIRST NATIONAL BANK of North Takima. DIBICTORB. W. M. Ijidil, W. L sicliiwlk. char. Carpenter, U. B. Hcudder, A. B. Wyckolf, W. 11. Dudley. Capital, • 1 or »,im...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 25 November 1897

Aftainp^ Pronodliflii I u!ll^^ fiMDIDn 9 UHDOI rv JJ llulilU IJ U 1 1 UjJ UUIIIUII ! A handsome Banquet Lamp, worth $6 to $10; I I I IVI KIIH I I Al HII X\ I HI Your opportunity to get what everyone pjS pictnies conbti**' Matt, PUrmn, Marine and »■"■"■ UHIII/ \A IIUIIULLI iS looking for and What We all Want-- Rural scenes, 25c to $1. Also ■ large list of Artotype and Photo- FimillTll IIT t% i\ Sifitlii lor NdIJH l.^'^^'-'^-fllilßliunE 1.0.~ FTTIRIsriTTTIRIE iBHTIRIISriTTTIELIE IFTTIRI^ITtTIRIE HIE YAKIMA HERALD. BAII.KV ■ TIKSI.KV. Fnbllahod every Thniwiay; nbtCTlptlOß $1.00 jwr yenr In advmirc. \ i ..■:•■- ,i,( r»te« upou ftppllcatiuu. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER U, 1897 It is stated that Col. Ingersoll, who is to deliver a Thanksgiving sermon in a Chicago pulpit to-night, will recaut. He can't. A policeman and a bartender in Taco ma recently run afoul of a buck deer and got the worst of it. Buck lieer has ht-en known to do pretty much the same thing ! down there. = Governor Bushnell's plur...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 25 November 1897

TAKIffiA SCOTS WHU BIDE Tbe Caledonians to Make Their Sec ond Celebration. TO PIPE AND tLING AND HAVE A 3IHG Nrotlit'. Snii« with lln Ir H.imil Noddlrn Workln' <'rlm.it to Ito the Honor*-A Hun- I t.iu In the Near Future. When .'hum m'- w ml« uimv ravin' wll.t O'er ■' Hie clentrlcl o' the lule. There uh- a culli-n boru in Kyle, Ad' he wan chriMeucd Robin. Then let ui> join that nlcht In mirth, An' celebra'.e our poet's birth. While freedom preaches in this earth, She'll tak' her text frae Knbln. Il is tiie intention of the large conting ent of Scotchmen in Yakima to appropri ately celebrate, after the holidays, for the second time, Robert Burns' birthday, j The glorious charge of the Gordon! Highlanders up the Di»rgai Ridge, India, October 20, 1597, is an added incentive, if anything indeed were needed, to make the coming celebration a memorable one. The last banquet spread at the Bartholel house was attended by eighty of the stal wart, brainy sons ot Scotia, resident in Yakiin...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 25 November 1897

■Tffrmxow scourge. Humor and Pathoe In th« Foror- Strtckon Region. ■»•>•■ «Bd Ini-I.lrnti Described fey ' *M 'Mho H'U < 'nnnrrtrd nllh th<- Relief SerTlee in Utorfla, Since I hare been mixed up with the yellow fever panic 1 have gone through many tariegaU'd experiences. When I *ms pressed into wri-ii-* by l>r. Me line is ft train lns^pevtor >• hast I'oint I frit morv like I nhould be takvn for a train robtxr, luid passing thrini^li tho < rowded llfll|li»g cars with Urn ilark (ywet those damsels from the fnrnouth turned u|K)n ns In listless liiigilM, my svmpiitliies went out to the refugees from the proud city curvinff like a, injf crescent alnnir the shores of thst miphty rivtT wliich rolls in resistless majcoty toward fhc «liimb»-riii)f sea. I Hanoied how they muM miss the. dreamful quietude of that ancient city whure old world ways oo obstinately resist the onrush of modern innova tions, and how homesick they must feel umirl the resistless bustle of Ogofylm'l cap...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 25 November 1897

For the pant flvr yearn it has* (MM our cnstotn every November ami DscMkst to give «way Xinas p*WSMa. This hphs on »i are ■•teg to KlipM all IsraMff years, and besides our WgnlM drawing which comes off the dny before Xmns, in which we give away fifty valuable pres ents worth from 4J M to -ii',,) piieh, BBNNIg which will he a Bicycle. Clothinir, Silver ware, Stand Lamp, Dishes, Etc., lor A HODGE-PODGE OF NEWS Short Rotes of News Gathered Id and Oat of the City. ITEMS FROM THE WORLD OF TRADS !•■ r.nuuls. II n» A 1111011110 . imnt», « urn in t iiiimiii in mi.i »■«•■!» llil.ril.-i.il l<> Mult "Ilic ll.r«l«I" Uenders. Counters and .-!;..'! * galore at Thf Elite. 4,V4t Clerk Banks was n|> from the reserva tion Tuesday. i i«'i your ptotnm iinii.cii at J< bitten' Paint Store. 3S-tf Dr. Angus, of Belma, is visiting Hie county seat to-day. First class brick at Uarrett Brat. 1 yard upht tlie power house, i! ii A new stock of flint elegant delft ware it* now in at the Yakima Hardwar...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 25 November 1897

City Restaurant SCATCHARD & STOHAN Conduct the only first-claas WHITE MAN'S RESTAURANT In this city. GIVE THEM A TRIAL. Clean White Man's Food Nicely Served. Regular Mealft L'sc. Open all night. Short Orders at all Hours. White Help Only! EVERYTHING SEAT A\D TASTY. THE RICHELIEU RESTAURANT Private Bom for Ladies and Family Parties. MEALS, 25 AND 50 CENTS. All the.delicacips of the season on our Tables. Call and see us. fcl'l.rm. till iiiii\ <;IYi:> n; mi.l. AND rut I l nnMllv. . <m\ til RICHELIEU RESTAIRAST. OT Livery Siles AMD Horse Sloeiug shop 1.. •'. and «.1.0. miiii.is. Proprlelom. Stylish Turnouts, Reasonable Kates, duick Service GIVE US A CALL. CORNER OF SECOND ST., AND WALNUT AVENUE. GHDVES ""tasteless CHILL TONIC 18 JUST AS COOD FOR ADULTS. WARRANTED. PRICE SOcts. Gil.ATI.*, ILLS., NOV. 16,1893. r»ri« Moaiclno Co., Bt. Luuil, Mi>. Oentlemon:—Wo mid luat year, 800 bottles of GROVK'S TASTKLESS CHILL TONIC and h«»o bouiihl three kfom alreAdy this year. In all u...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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