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

The Yakima Herald. EIGHT PAGES. NEW GOODS ™£2SZHiKITCHEN! 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. lU M Cop Wan 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. List's M-lisii Tinware 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 Yakima. DIBICTOKS. W. M. I.ad(l, W. L. SteiuwiK, Chap. Carppiiler. H. B. tjcudder, A. B. Wyckufl', W. R. bmlley. Capital, •100,000 Mirimiv ...

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 December 1897

S CANINE EDUCATION. Carried On in a Mississippi School for Dofe'B. The Animals Trained for thr 11. 1.1 Are ii. i.l at High l'lgorr*— Wlm <hr I I. 1.1 Trial* I Hi..- flu.-.-. "The Del Monte kennel in Waverly.; Miss.," void. Mr. Wnddcil, "is the Boat I extensive in the world. The reason for it is that Mississippi is the Mtaral training center of tin 1 world. There nro more iju.iil to be found In the DMrsh lands of Mississippi than in any otheri section, and ns game li Decenary t> dog training, that fact ttxei it in this state. The kennel la owned by Mr (ieorge (rocker, the celebrated niulti oiiiliouuirt' If California, who take* great Interest In dog*. The man who is not rich cannot afford to keep Up such a business, but as Crocker hai tin money to burn, he can X ep the enter prise up in great shape. lam his agent for its maiiiigfiiicnt, a place I would not hold if it was not kept up in great : style. We have control Of o\rr 4,nuu acres of marsh lands, fairly filled with quail. ...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 2 December 1897

TWO TICKETS NAMED Silverites and Gold-Bogs Botb Hold City Conventions. THE GOLD-BUGS AVOIDED A CONTEST A Man (fleeting railed fi» Them for ittondar Mum I* Abandoned, and I ■••■» Hold a Second Convention llli-.lHt Mgl.l. At about noon on Monday • mysterious dodger appeared on the streets calling for a mass meeting to be held in the city hall that evening for the purpose of mak ing nominations for the offices to be filled at the election to be held next Tuesday. The rail was signed by "tuany citizens" anil failed to name any hour for meeting. The appearance of this dodger was the signal for a good deal of hard work on the part of the various candidates, and it Boon became evident that the silver forces were doing the hardest rustling. Ac cordingly the word was passed along the line by the gold-bugs, for their people not to attend, and the result was very few of them were there —those who issued the call being especially conspicuous by their absence. At 7 o'clock a large number of citi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 2 December 1897

4 ARE YOU THINKING of something suitable for a Xmas Present, if so we can help you select, as our line comprises household articles of every description that are both Artistic and useful. This is a practical age and nothing will be more appreciated by your friends than an article of use as well as beauty. Housefurnishings are cheaper by 25 per cent than they were two years ago consequently a Few Dollars wisely expended with us will make your Sweetheart, Mother, Brother, Sister or Friends and YOURSELF HAPPY. THE YAHMA HERALD. HAIt.EV A TfK.-I KY. l-n! :■■!,• ■■! every Thursday: rabacrlptloa 11.00: per year In »-i-. m< <■ Advertising rate* upon application. THURSDAY, DECEMBER a. 1897 FAIR PLAY. Next Tuesday is election day, and we •re in the midst of a city campaign. Two tickets have been placed in the field, and each has its friends who are doing nil in their power to gain the victory. Let the contest l>e a fair one. Reports have titen an.l are being emulated that the conven...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 2 December 1897

WO SODDEN DEATHS Tbe Tonngest Daughter of Senator Lesh the Victim of a Dreadful Accident. All OLD RESIDEIT COMMITS SUICIDE The Cradle s«ng lonrrn w■■ i»r» nounrrd ■ « omplrlr ftuccea* Our High *< nnnl Reporter stall la m I.Ut of Items. The whole community was shocked and grieved yesterday by the awful news from the Moxee valley that the youngest child of Senator Lesh had been burned to death. The twin sister died during the summer and the mother died wben they were born, and yesterday's calamity adds the third great trial that Senator Lesh has been compelled to bear during the last year and a half. Mrs. Cochrane has been acting as nurse and she and tin- balance of the family, excepting the little one, were in the din ing-room at their evening meal. The baby was up stairs in the nursery play ing alone. During the progress of the meal something was heard to fall up stairs, and the nurse started up to see what was the matter. She soon dis covered that the top of the house was all on...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 2 December 1897

«f WALLACE-COBURN HARDWARE COMP'Y SS in * * * North Yakima, Wash. IYAKIMA'S NEIGHBORS I W A UT h WTTIWT ® §f rali 1 t\ IX O ill Q I Mrs. Ed Henderson is very ill. Thomas Lee from Moxee is working on the Olinßtead ranch. Miss Clara Hanson returnpd home Thursday from the school section. Miss Ella Chambers eprnt several days Tisiting Mrs. Geo. Banning last week. The young folks enjoyed a very plea« an( party at Hanson's Saturday night. Three new students were added to the academy roll this week. There are thirty I eight in attendance now. Ernest Woodcock has gone to Walla Walla to attend the convention of Con gregational churches. The concert given by the M. C. Mc- Glotnlin family Friday night wan very interesting and quite a crowd «a< present. The first singiutt srhool waß held Sat urday evening and it proved to be quite a success. Mr. IfoOlothlia has aliunt thirty in this class. The Misßes Klla Climbers ami Myrtle Phillips returned from town Monday evening after a visit (if four d...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 2 December 1897

A HODGE-PODGE OF NEWS Short Rotes of News Gathered Id and Oat of the City. ITEMS FROM THE WORLD OF TRADE Perionali, Rntlnen *nnounrc. tin in.. Current (cmmrni and Ihik liiirntoiin to Salt "The 11. raid- 1 Readers. Vote the Citizens' Ticket next Tuesday. Coasters and sleighs union- at The Elite. 45-4t Get your pictures trained at Johnson' Paint Store. 38 tf C. H. Bartlett bas been appointed post niHHter at Ynkiinn City. First clasa brick at Uarrett Bros.' yard near the power house. 41-tf The auditor's fee book foots up |144 85 for the n until ef November. Miss Effie Cary is in Tacoma visiting Miss Monroe, formerly of North Yakima. A in v, stock of that elegant delft ware is now in at the Yakitna Hardware com pany. 44 A. K. Wyckoff ex pecta to leave oil Mod day for Seattle, where he will remain un til after his daughter's wedding. Wedding bells will ring; and wedding cake ln j imki-il for two of Yakima'n moat popular young people before Clwietmas comes. Nothing if* handier or more eco...

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

vi iv ...——»—-i.—■•«- Restaurant SCATCHARD & STOHAN Conduct the only first-class WHITE MAN'S RESTAURANT In this city. GIVE THEM A TRIAL. Clean White Man'i Food Nicely Served. Regular Moals Mo. Open all night. Short Orders at all Hours. White Help Only ! \ URVrillMi HEAT AMI TASTY. THE RICHELIEU RESTAURANT Private Bom for Ladies and Family Parties. MEALS, 25 AND 50 CENTS. All the^delicaciea of the season on our Tables. Call and see us. M'lllll. tII 11 I ■<>> UIVKN TO 11.11.1. »M» I'tllll IH>>l It*, i. TUX RICBELIEI KrSTAI M\T. GRDVES "tasteless CHILL TDNIC IS JUST AS COOD FOR ADULTS. WARRANTED. PRICE SOctS. (iai.atia. Ills., Not. 16, ISM. FarU Medicine Co., m. Louli, Mo. Gentlemen:—We aold lut year, «00 bottlea of GROVE'S TAHTKLKSS « nil.i, TONIC and have bought three iimaa already thtß ;.nti. In all uttr ex perience (if 14 years. In the drug biißinvnn, have nerer aold an article that gave nucti unlvbrsul tatlfr taCUuu v ru'.ir 'I'uuic. V'oun truly, -i us 11. (auk ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 9 December 1897

The Yakima Herald. EIGHT PAGES. -i= "*&"*? =f BKFORK YOU SELECT 1 A lotions I xmas presents . What would Hiiit the Father or HOW ABOUT WIFK, MOTH Kit Brother hetter than a OK SISTER ? lfitlO PnnVot Fnifp 9 They *"»'«' surely be pleased rlllb lIMCI alllllj . wish some of our We have a large assortment of Gilirnii TJlnrni) Wnnn ? Keen Kutter and Westenholro; goods 011761 1 ldlbQ. W UIG ! in all grades and prices. Some es pecially fine pearl handled knives Roger Bros.' Tea ami Table very suitable for Xmas gifts—or an Spoons, Knives ami Forks, Etc. elegant They sre Standard (iooda. CLAUSS RAZOR Nirtle Platefl fare! No better made. Every one war- Tea and Coffee Pots. Ten Ket ranted—or better still, a ties and Range Ke'tles, Nickle # plated on copper. Very hand- CarVinCT SCt I some and durable. You will find our stock pi these RIlPaiH! 3Hll SpliiMl? I goods the largest and finest in this UllOdlfl dUU OblMUlo ! city. We have some extra good Clhhsh brand are the best, values tins year. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 9 December 1897

s Watching for Bargains uitli which' to surprise and pleMe the buying public is roy business. I am now cnnl.lr I to offer *ome splendid values in LAMPS From 2s c up Have also.' it linutiful line of plain and decorated CHIN AW ARE and GLASSWARE which will catch the eye of our lady customers. In dry ki""<li we have some nice inducementi* nntl especially in the line of Fascinators and other articles suitable tor Xinas presents. Give us' a share of your liuxinesK. J.M.McCLEARY fHOICE CROCERIES RnsrnMd x ON Stand- RIO CLEARANCE SALE! 11l order not to can 1) over any Cloaks I will sell a Heavy lteaver, silk linetl, tailor finish lor S7; regu lar price si I, neat aml stylish for $1 .ftO and S*<£. s;> haits down to $3. Fine Faiseiiiaitors and Searls ait 1O and ltlcs MRS. CARY MILLINER Iff FURNITURE I have added to my stock of acconil hand furniture a large stock of well selected New Furniture among which is an especially line assortment of nnpi/rnp For Old Folks n Krn\ For Misses I...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 9 December 1897

A HODGE-PODGE OF NEWS Short Notes of News GdiLtrcJ !d and Oat of tbe City. ITEMS FROM THE WORLD OF TRADE It r«f>llHl>. HllOllMS* 1 .1.11.1111. . - mi 111.. « 11rr.nl limiiiii. 1.1 mid Fact* Inlrrum m to Null "Ihc Hc»l4« Readers. I Coasters and BleiKbe K^'ore at The Elite. 4">-4t I George Vance ie at work in Dills' store this week. Get your pictime Iramed at Johnson' Taint Store. M II Tom Lund arrived home Monday much improved in health. Mr. llarpole'H family has been quaran tined on account of measles. First class brick at Uarrett liroM.' yur«l near the power boiiHe. 41-tf For Kent: Three lar,je rooms, one mile north of city. Enquire hox 11% city. -t | The infant child of Mr. and Mrs. J. P. | Melrose was buried last Saturday, Re/.! Massell otriuiating. Joe MeJztter left on Moaday for Seattle, j From there he intends to head either for California or Alaska. M. B. Mercer, who has been milking Spokane his heaiiqimrters lately, wax h Yakima visitor this week. If your sewing mac...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 9 December 1897

4 ARE YOU THINKING of something suitable for a Xmas Present, if so we can help you select, as our line comprises household articles of every description that are both Artistic and useful. This is a practical age and nothing will be more appreciated by your friends than an article of use as well as beauty. Housefurnishings are cheaper by 25 per cent than they were two years ago consequently a Few Dollars wisely expended with us will make your Sweetheart, Mother, Brother, Sister or Friends and YOURSELF HAPPY. rilE YAKIMA HERALD. HAII.EY & TIK-I XV. Publlshcil every ThurMl«y: rabKriptloa lI.IJU per year In adraßO*. Advertising rntus lipOU Hl'l'ili'HtPMl. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 9, 18'J7 TARIFF OH MUSES. The Vancouver Register puts a very effective quietus on a Kelso prosperity howler as follows: "The Kelso man was so carek'BS as to remark, "Say, what are prunes worth in Clarke County? More than for years." To which the Register replies: "Hold on there, my brother. We will give you the c...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 9 December 1897

I YAKIMA'S NEIGHBORS I Ernest Woodcock returned from Walla Walla Saturday. Miss Morehead, of Hickleton, is visit ing her brother. MixH ('lard Stoops has left the Academy ami i- now teaching school. Mm, Norman Hibler has been quite ill during the past week. Mr. Al Dnrgan has been employed as ■ ••nk at the Walker ranch. Mix* Mary Garrison visited the family of A. J. i'; uinicr- Saturday. Mi-M Lizzie Mcahor has taken Miss BtOOp'l position at the Academy. Charles Shelton and Frank Wonlsey returned Saturday from the Itig Rend. Mr. MiGlothlm gave quite a successful lesson in ninging hit Saturday evening. Miss Myrtle Phillips went to town Fri day to attend the funeral of little Addie Lesli. Mr. Mi'Mnrry, of Hickleton, ia stop ping at Ellis' and is attending school at the Academy. A committee lihr been appointed for the purpose of preparing a Christmas tree for Christmas Eve. The roada are quite bad, and there are no prospects of Dude Minner getting hit* sleigh and six horse team out yet. T...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 9 December 1897

o WALLACE-COBURN HARDWARE COMP'Y SKATES Meat Cutters ' I I I KATERS FOR BOYS AND CURLS AND GrillderS ALl< CAST COAL AND [and the older ones too] WOOD HEATERS AND PRICKS FROM T]r . „E NTERp R ISE" is the only at Actual Cost mPhpUTWt t(l tllP Ppct I IT*** V - I)r0,!) -aU<l InSPCCt 80MB FINE BAHOAINBtN iflGapi 10 Iflc BoSl ! them and note our low prices. I heaters, si.i: them. Carving Sets Meat Roasters Air Tights ....... <C -» .. . I?or 'ill Wnda of , »mi.n Il! GAME «i) MEAT. '1 ho must complete hue in the city from which to select. It would be well worth your while 75^* *^ ipl.OO to look over our line. We have some . , , ... All Kinds. All sizes „..., . ono ot tho most conveiuent '«! hII kHnhrn ... .}_:_„_ beauties in three-piece sets. nt»o»ll«. a» well m tm>»t economical. Try one. AH trices. S e,XS ln. _ * ♦. * North Yakima, Wash. HOT TIME IN OLD TOffN —— Machine Politics are not Very Cordially Welcomed in Mima City. THE HEW POSTMASTER NOT POPULAR Kdllor sprrri, of the I...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 9 December 1897

/V SPECIAL SALE OTV CLOT'HTNG We have carefully gone through our Men's and Boys Clothing and and culled out all the one two and three lot suits and are closing them out at ridiculously low figures, They must go by Christmas. Prices talk You know you get 10 per cent in Xmas presents on these goods as well as on Furnishings and Dry Goods besides a chance with every 50c purcliase on 50 prizes given away Xmas. Prizes enumerated next week. RBPORTOBIAL FANCIES Brief Bits of lews Gathered Prom the Highways and Byways of Life. PERSONAL AND IMPERSONAL JOTTINGS "Mcwk" I* Miniiililnii Thai I* •%•»! i.iiiith Mi Known mid Here Head er* of "I hr 11. mlil" Will Find a t'ouple of « "Ininna of It. Read Harrison's new furniture "ad." Thomas' is the place to buy rubbers and overs, W. 11. ltogle left for the Sound Wed nesday on legal business. Edward Whitson was in Ellensburg yesterday ou court business. Get your picture framing for the holi days done at Johnson's Paint Store. Mr. A. H. Wyckoff lias so...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 9 December 1897

8 City Restaurant SCATCHARD & STOHAN (' ■hlr.'t the only first-clacuj WHITE MAN'S RESTAURANT In tliifi city. GIVE TIIKM A TRIAL. Clean Whit* 1 Man's Food Nicely Served. Regular MpbN 2Sc, OpSB all ninht. Short Orders at All Hours. White Help Only! EYERYTIIISfi KIT AND TASTY. THE RICHELIEU RESTAURANT Private Boxes for Liilirs ami r'.uniU I'artifs. MEALS, 25 AND 50 CENTS. All the.delieaeies of the season on our Tallies. Call anil see us. •FI(IU, ATTI'.VIIO* I.HI > TO IIAI.I. AMI FA HI V It! >> ■ 11V. THE liHIIFIIH inTWIUT. GROVES m %M A J^. — "tasteless CHILL TDNIC 18 JUST AS COOD FOR ADULTS. WARRANTED. PRICE GO cts. (lAI.ATIA. II LS., NOV. IC, 1903. Parta Modlcln« Cn., M. i^miik, Mn. Gentlemen:—Wo s*-lil hi*t yenr. l'<0l) bottles of OHOVKS TABTBLEKH CHILI, TONIC mill Imvo botmbl thrru ti •-— :.:■.--.u (hia yriir. In nil oartu peiienre t.f 14 yi'ftri*. In lias drun btuUiaaii hnvo B6T«r »■<!>! nn nrtii-lu that kiivi 1 mh h DAtTonu suns tocU'ju •« > ■■ i !..■ . V...

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

CHRISTMAS NUMBER TWELVE PAGES The Yakima Herald. SOL. IX, I " Suggestions IXMAS PRESENTS What would suit the Father or HOW A ROUT WIFE, MOTHKK Brother better than a O^ sisTFR ? Fine Pocket Knife ? They JSftsrS I:j m We have a large anportmert of «;i_ _ m i J TIT I Keen Kntter anil W«.tenriolrrT ifno.l* S VfiP P3 M W 3 Ffi ' in all irradea ami pri<e« Souses- UIIIUI * lUIIU "110. penally fine prari handled knives linger Bros.' Tea ami Table very loltabU for Xmas uifts—or au Spoons, KniveH and Forks, Ktc. elegant They are Standard Qooofc, CLAUSS RAZOR Niskle Plated Ware ! No better made. Kvery one war- Tea ami Coffee Pots. Tea Ket ranted-or belter still, a tIeB an( , Ran((e Kettles, Ni.kle g~m . i-» » phiteii on i-opper. Very hand- OarVinQf SCt ! some and durable. You will find our utook of these QIIDOPC QTIfl QpicrflPO ! B0O(b the ItfgMt and fineat in this OliCdlo dllll ÜblooUlo . Otar. Wo have some extra K ood CUiibs brand are the best, values this year. Be sure and Bee We also ha...

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

*2 PIANOS — .. in .. ORGANS CARLOAD LOTS! THE CHOICEST OIF XMAB PRESENTS! Never before has there been a music store in your city of Pianos and Organs. We have just Xv\—— —- —~^=—--=^^^l-: --■■■ -- - -~'i^^^i^ lijpg'* received a CARLOAD of the finest Pianos and Organs that ever came into your city. We mean business. ! w —-.1 r~- —r-i jjj jeji We will sell these Pianos and Organs regardless of the prices of other companies. Remember we pay *V?N U 1 Vy&rf i '! CASH for these instruments and we will sell them to SUIT OUR CUSTOMERS—that is on the easiest In *Q3i''tyr -'P *$fl $i& terms from 55 to $io per month, or longer time. Call on our Salesman, Mr. Claude Briggs, whom, we :;_fcd&j HI ~)fr'tft&?s§* //ft *" guarantee you, will do the fair thing. If you do not wish to buy call and see our goods anyway. We f^===^~=Jxs= Af llL—l^rmir^- '<- ' are selling the following makes: g^^^^^^f^^^^^^^^^^^Jk JJJ A KfCi^ • Chickering & Son, Ludwig, Fischer, Knabe, '■ j J i^liV^O....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 16 December 1897

REPORTORUL FANCIES Brief Bits of News Gathered From tbe Highways and Byways of Life. PERSONAL AND IMPERSONAL JOTTINGS "1f»i" l« Nonirthlnai That U >o« iik lit Known and llrre It. n.i --• r« of "The Hrrald" Will Und a t'Ollpllt of rnliiilint of It* Watch Dills' window di»pl«y. The noted Fowler rueb in the M«xee lihh liecn tori-cloned. Fora nil c C'lr-inw ; nm. ut < nil in and «»■»• lHtter& Merhtel Council MMU Kri.lHV nijiht to CMVM the vote of the reo-nt fi'y elertiou. 1.-I eh it:ven a»»v with a'-iinol hukint; powdrf boiiiilit nf I>ittPr & Merhtßl. H . A. SHvlor and family will miovp to Si'Hiilf .il ; tic firm <>f I tie coniiim year. IMIIh! IKiIIn! llrtv* jnii kpi'li thOM b.Hutiui doth at Tbouaa'T Ami Hj<-j Hre ho c I:. i,|., tun. Mr. Fred Cliii", AoKiwtant Cashier of ihe Pint Nulional itauk, will «pend CliriMtniiiM with hi» brother in Seattle. l>on't i.nl to see tho»e beautiful souve nir high Mhool and bird'H-eye views o! Nurih Viik:in;i at Ditter .v Mec...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 16 December 1897

4 LATEST FKOM DAffSON Koab N. Brown Writes to a Mima Friend About the Gold Fields. CAN MAKE BIG MONEY .NEXT YEAR Hold HuilnrM I'ntlng Mcll lair) lair About Thorpr anil Hound* \» lihi liiklniaiii .-iti Ilolng Thirr The ■»! I ii. • arr Vrrj Id. li. Through the courtesy of Hanker Qcorgt 8. Hough, Ksq., Tim llkkai.d - enabled to lay a letter before Tiik.lli.kai.iiV n ad ers containing the latest direct news from the Klondike gold fields. Noah N. Urown, formerly proprietor of the Hotel Yakima, write* a lengthy letter to his friend, Mr. Hough, some parts ol which are of a private character, but much ol general interest to the public. The let ter, dated at Uawson City .sP|.t. :'.(>, ls:i7, bean a postmark at Chilcoot Dec. 1, and was received here Dec. 15. The writer says, in substance: If I bad $15,000 to |20,000 to sto l k a hotel and bar, I could easily make |40,000 next season. There will be 60,000 peo ple here next year ami no place to receive them. There are a half score of houses ...

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