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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 16 December 1897

UIANUKS IN MAN. Startling Developments in the Physical Structure. 1 ml, rgoliiE • Mental Mit»niur|ih(Ml* •« Well— C hang)* In < 'i«tiiin« I'fillowlng Id the WIIUI nf Init'llprtual Inipnivrmrtit. It is a fact we are assured of by paleontologist sand a nthropolojjistsf hat primeval man not only had four more teeth than nun now have but had fewer bones in the skull, nnd lea* folding! or convolutions of the brain. The skull, too. lias changed according to environ ments and use from an oval to a glob ular shape, or to a compromise of the two. The jaw has retreated as the front brain has protruded. The tenrinjj tnsk teeth have shortened up. nnd arc neat ly anil pently Uicloaed in the mouth. Kars. from being pointed and mova ble like horses" ear--, have become rooilded mid firmly fastened to the head. They are no longer the most Important organ, ai they were to the river driftmen to enable them to hear the approach of danger from all sides. Tin 1 nostrils, from being open nnd alert, hav...

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. — 16 December 1897

v Select Xmas Goods Here t BUY PRACTICAL IMi ESENTS~ " '""~~ —————————- — ■ i ..... _ We Offer ... Our Store . . . As an Extra Inducement An elegant assortment of Fancy Rockers in the new Is crowded full. Lounges, Couches Secretaries, Bookcases, f 1? 1* 1. r T 1 finishes—Golden Oak, Malachite, and Ox Blood—ranging Chcffoniers, Carpets, Rugs, Lace and Chenille Cut tains, and in Holiday iratlC in prices from 50 cents to $2000. fact, new goods of every description of staple house furnishings we w'" Glve away free, 00 the basis of 10 per cent of Just Received Today and fancy Novelties CVPry salc> any oflhe following bo°i<s : a h,,c „„T ,„„ „,,,,;,,.,:,••„ tad Koc,, rs . T.b<« caii in... H*%^£*!£i'£*S£?j ■ ***«. and practical pieces of furniture at a very low price. And look around. No trouble to show goods. White House Cook Book. aiouaaru. Columbian Gallery—Photographs of the World's Fair lOMBi im> &ho its 1,1 ;y N^r- ss^trfir*^ ME YAKLM HERALD. lUII.KY X HK>! BY. Fmb...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 16 December 1897

A SPKCIAI; SALE O1S T CLOTHINQ We liave carefully gone through our Men's ami Hoys 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 purchase on 50 prizes given away Xmas. Prizes enumerated next week. Coffin Bros. 9 Department Store. LATEST FROM SIMMONS Vicinity Happenings Not Otherwise Classified or Head Lined. MANY HATTERS OF MhOH MOMENT I'olpmirrl nf I'l. k-u p* lln Local Iti 1 unl Nplrrd will! \ nrli I J I'l-r --• linxl IVillmiil I'.ilnl.r. lur "Tilt- 11. ml.ls Mil nt Hi r». Charlie I.illie has written home that be has been promoted to head packer of the Cameron party, which has already lost ten horses. They are over the trail on th* lakes tad expected in a ft* da)s to go down the fro/.en river. A man com ing in over the trail told him he met D...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 16 December 1897

JM REPORiOKIAL FANCIES Brief Bits of Sews Gathered From the Highways and Byways of Life. PERSONAL AND IMPERSONAL JOTTINGS ">r\»»" I* Komrtliliig Thai l« >ni t.riirriiit) Known jhkl llerr Ueml . r. •( "I be Herald" Ulli llnd h t'ouple of 10l ii ill no.of 11. F. K. Tliompson ia in Seattle thi? week. Claude Brlgga, the hßatllag piano man, arrived from BHawbnrg last ni^lit. Orders for wood or coal will be prompt ly attended to if left at /ajnea' gallery, ti S. A. Peterson, of I'roserr, made Tin: IIKHMi) otlice a pleasant visit jeslerdity. Mrs. Hinehart eooUwpJatea an early vieit to her DOtber'l BOBM in Oregofli las'.int: a luontli or mure. Georue E. Btacey Inis moved into town for the winter and laoccopylng the Kphus residence on Fourth Street. Kaworidge is Kivini/ away a patent dwt pan as a Cbrfartmaajpraaanl to every lady customer. See his bin "ad," Mra. John Cleman and her sister, Mm Emma Kerßhaw, left tins noroiog for California to Hpdnd the winter. Deputy Sherill Corey proved...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 16 December 1897

I YAKIMA'S NEIGHBORS |j W. F. Morgan, ot Nob Hill, was in I'nrkcT this week. Tliankcgivlng was observed, and every budy had a good time. A warm wind has taken off all of the Hi'iu. N.i Bleigh rides yet. We will have a Chrittmas tree, (ireat preparations are l*inu made for it. Oncar West was a visitor one day this week. He has I•••-n in the Fort Steel country. A. I. Dudley was a Yakima visitor on Monday. He expects his wife back from the Kant helore long. Mrs. J. \V. Qoodwta gave a grand din ner, an<J those present were Misses Good win and L Dunn, Mesdames Rutt and B. Goodwin, and Messrs. McKee, Fox, Wil cox, l)ndlev and E. Goodwin. Mhiiihih .I.ilhimiii in uut once more and is calling on I.is frienda. Mi h May Bass in in North Yakima canvasing (or a music book. W. 11. Norman expects the balers any day to bale his timothy and clover. An entertainment will be given at the school bouse Saturday night. The recent heavy rains have settled the hay stacks very much and damaged the bay a ...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 16 December 1897

1O 9 -»•-••-*•-»«-» - 9f-X--*. j^ 1 MRS. PEABODY'S i I SOLITAIRES. I By Antoinette Van Hoesen Wakemin. ll\ #I"S, I lirro been out enjtnin^" v )i;it i« M jhml>iU'(\' tho ].'!*• t * opportunity nf ilm Kanm." Mid Mrs l'c.ilioclv n? *h> ■to<id in herbiryclc m«I iimi', inn- nf :i lUtlp>friiiipwnilli k In iiir ii..iri riitun da f.ir tin-rli \.Hi>r. "Rather n i I (i[>piirtnn!ty, wa.« it not?" s.nd one of Ibe prntlfiiifn, rrpanlinj; lur with n- Kpectful ailiiiinitiiin. "\ little frrsli, but I cai/t li t my jonth slip from BC unimproved." ;n 1! ■Billing she itepped lightly, bul with t|iiit*l (iiyintj. lutu the elevator. "That*! a woman In ten thotiwnd.*" pa 'I thp ppiitieniiin who bad ipoken to Mm. Peabody. "Yea," (aid hi.» eotnpnninn. " 'TI 1 worldly Mrs. Peabody,' an her 1 n ;m '! friendi luilf In j>>'. 1 nif »ci in '; call her, is iiti rxceptioi hI nunm llei ■01 Harry is 40. But jeur» ilon't remnl when n woman i> nsrl.niHi :t,i- Mr» Pi 1 body, Ul»e me » woi lill...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 16 December 1897

A HODGE-PODGE OF NEWS Short Hotes of lets Gathered Id and Out of the City. ITEMS FROM THE WORLD OF TRADE Personals, Bnalaeaa Announce. lurnu, ( urrrnl Coramrnl ana Fact* lmrrin»fn «• Suit "The Herat*)" Hraarr*. Coaatera and aleik>ib galore tt The Elite. 4&-4t First class brick at Oarrett Broa.' yard near the power house. 41-tf Miss Katie Stephenson ia back from Elleneburg with her parent*. Enamela, gold paint and artiat materials at Johnaon'a Paint Store. Ex-Judge Uraves ia down from Ellens burg attending Superior Court. Mr*. J. B. Catron, of Walla.Walla. is visitiog relatives in Yakima this week. For Rent: Three large room*, one mile north of city. Enquire box 179, city. 2t Great interest m being taken In the riiminK Burna festival on January 25d, 1898. Seven dollars wilt bay • heavy beaver ailk lined cloak, latest style, at Mrs. Cary's. 47-2t Walter Granger, manager of the Sun nyside canal, stationed at Zillab, was in the city Monday. About two inches of snow (ell on San da...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 16 December 1897

la City Restaurant SCATCHARD & STOHAN Conduct tbe only first-clam WHITE MAN'S RESTAURANT In this city. GIVE THEM A TRIAL. Clean White Man'i Food Nirely Served. Regular Meals Mo. Open all ni^ht. Short Orders at all Hours. White Help Only! ETKRYTHISG SEAT AXD TASTY. THE RICHELIEU RESTAURANT Inutf Hnus (or latin and Family Parties. MEALB, 25 AND 60 CENTS. All the delicat'iM of the Reason on out Tablet. Call and ccc up. *phi iv a iii >■■<>> SIVBN T«' 1111.1 IMI PARTY I»l>>l;KS. * THE KiriiUlH KKsm !; n I GROVES m "tasteless CHILL TDNIC It JUST AS COOD FOR ADULTS. WARRANTED. PRICE SOcts. <; 11 atia. ills.. Not. 16, wi. r»rli M»dlrln« Co., M lxiuls, Mu. ttaiitlrairn - W» sold last year. 800 bottle* of SROVK s TAHTBLESH CIIII.I. TONIC and linvH •oacbt three gross already this year. In all our ex ■»H»no* of II 7**rs, Id tlm drug biinlnemi. hnve M»«t sold an article thai ga»e mrh mil vernal sail*. faetluu H I'lit TuUiC Yuun tml I . lviii, ( Alii A CO. 108 Mil. BY ROA...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 23 December 1897

The Yakima Herald. VOL. IX, <fr> «&» <'i»-«4» «& *&» BEFORE YOU BCLBOT > ■ ; t t t * t t t t t. ?-?j TIIOSK 1 * 'suggestions IXMAS PIEMS •♦>> «'«>- -«"4V •♦♦> •»"«>• ••"♦♦ ■♦"♦> ■*» *>> ♦.♦> ♦.♦> ♦.♦.♦• "♦■♦^ '♦•t-^ _ -•••---,. V V 't t > t t t t t t t t - T ■ * *** What woald suit llm fubn or HOW ABOUT WIKK, MOTIIKR Uroti.cr better then ft oH BISTER '.' T?ino PnnVot 7nifo Q Tll<1 >' »""'<' surely he pleased rlllG lUlicl Mlllb : wish sob* of on \V<. ban » lnrvp s*eortsneti of OilTTon DMnri Worn I Keen Kntter and Westimholra: goods 011 VGI llrtlDll W 3F6 ! in hII irraden :li .1 prici h Soii'p SS* perislly tin" piurl bandied knives H'Wr Hros.' Tea anil Table v.-m suitable for Xmts k.-iftn —or hh rJpooas, Knives and Forks, He. Pit-^Htit They »re Standard Uoode. CLAUSS RAZOR Nittle Plated fare! N) better marf*. Every dm ««r Tea and Coffee Pote, Tea Ket rimti'l—nr better still, a ties and Kanne Kettles, Nickle plated on...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 23 December 1897

a Commencing TO-NIGHT! .MASONS OPERA HOUSE FOf ' t^*\. 1 uiiull i 13111 - WILL BE GIVEN BY ..: Chief Dayolheasala :.. The World's Greatest Healer, ASSISTED BY <v|j| JOHN MORRISON f^w Tenor ■n'/l ' ...Descriptive Vocalist... LI. .A i Mons. Edward Lazelle, Premier Juggler, Equilibrist and Plying Wire Artist. Master Jacobson, /Madam Doshon, Wonderful Hoy Soprano, in latMt Songe Hii.l I'.hlluilm. PIANO VIRTUOSO. To tlir l>ul>lic : iiiiif DayolbeMala bu been before the Atnerlctn pabllc (ortwenty-flv« teut, ami humtda■ repuMtion lecond in none, in providing entertainments, ipocUUj fur ladlet. Atheemplorinnly Udlctind rcatli to Milit him, wbod t depend on rulgftrlt; or Hiiythinir tending to Foaneneu In their niierlaltlei, the mntt refined can attend the entertain liifut wit in int li'ur of bearing or aeelng anything to roar tbelr feellniit. A novel, refined and instructive Entertainment. Do not Miss it. Of interest to All. Doors open at 7:30 Performance at 8 Sharp. ADMISSION FRcE....

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 23 December 1897

PIANOS *~° .. in .. ORGANS CARLOAD L0T8! THE CHOICEST OIF XMAB PRESEK T©! Never before has there been a music store in your city of Pianos and Organs. We have just Vfl ~" ■ ~~ T'~' ~pT :p|jT' received a CARLOAD of the finest Pianos and Organs that ever came into your city. We mean business. oly "r - "71 Ii — ~ Ilj m c w'" se" t'lcse Pmum* and Organs regardless of the prices of other companies. Remember we pay U I f'^S 8 j| CASH for these instruments and we will sell then to SIIT OUR CUSTOM KRS— that is on the easiest Ap^^T^^T^l Jaw; i\ terms from#s to $10 per month, or longer time. Call on oar Salesman, Mr. Claude Briggs, whom, we If ll*fc=3* L^'sMo*. In ''<$> #!' i: guarantee you, will do the fair thin-. If you do not wish to buy call and see our goods anyway. We ffi -J-*A— * — z^jlr/ fcf.—kj=~==. L are selling the following makes: (^f^^^^^^^^^^^^^# I PT ANO^s ' Chickering & Son, Ludwig, Fischer, Knabe, I^^^^^^^^^^^Sf A :! * Hardman, Jewett, Pease, Harrington. W1! ; r l^^...

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

-4 Select Xmas Goods Here t t!"-St?5SoSfer .. li_ 1 __~ BUY PRACTICAL PRESENTS We Offer ... Our Store . . . As an Extra Inducement An elegant assortment of Fancy Rockers in the new j Is crowded full. Lounges, Couches, Secretaries, Hookcascs, j^qj. JIoHdaV Trade finishes—Golden Oak, Malachite,and Ox Wood—ranging Cheffonicrs, Carpets, Rugs, Lace and Chenille Cuitains, and in " in prices from 50 cents to $2000. fact, new goods of every description of staple house furnishings we will Sive away free- on the basis ()f Io Per cent of T »D • im i and fancy Novelties. every sale, any of the following Dooks: Just Received loday ... Glimpses of the World)J s .stoddard. A line of new style and designs of Reed Rockers, Tables '. \Jdll 111 . . . Napoleon from Carsicato to St. Helena, J. S. Stoddard. and practical pieces of furniture at a very low price. And look around. No trouble to show goods. White House Cook Book. —.—— ! ——— —— Columbian Gallery—Photographs of the World's Fair IJI Wig ill I) ...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 23 December 1897

SAY SAY SAY Say you had twenty-five cents. Say they only cost a quarter. Say you ventured to buy one. Say you wanted a new necktie. Say it was Cor. Yakima Aye. and First street. Say you liked it well. Say you saw 500 styles. Say it was Thomas' Furnishing Store. Say you told your friends. SAY NO MORE ! s'y T n lZ «*» JOHN W. THOMAS THE COMMERCIAL CLUB Is Taking on a New Lease of Life. The Second Entertainment. k HANDICAP BILLIARD TOURNAMENT i Is Armiigi'd lo Hrgltt H»»> Nnl> ' nnli>» Niklii '•■ill ll ■11I• •• %« I* iiniunl I (nuipli-K- l.i»i of thr « ■•■III Mil Ills With ttM coming Of) of winter, Interest in the Bffairn of the OIMBIMIHftI Club Imve nrivtdi hii ttiHt the pulse of thnt (irk'ntiizmion throbs with a healthier heat , today probably tliHii ever before in its j hiNtory. New nmbm are beingtlaottd j hi every meeting of the Governing lioard, and old members ere iimhi; tlie rooms hl'mi hi of yore. The entertainments will he held on the lirHt and third Wednesdays during...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 23 December 1897

c OLD TOWN POSTOFFICE Like Banqcos Ghost, the Matter Will Hot Down—A CcmmcriicdtioD. REGULAR CITY COUNCIL MEETING TrnntiiiK Vimil I liiiik »f I iinii «i- |B( Iliitlni »•-- I lir Inhlimi <>r « In «l tit \II lir.il li, i % II \ « \* I i hi* llall tilth 1 ni.jii. I .miiri s. pahkkk p. 0., Dec, so. an. Editor Hkkai.d: The farmers between here and Yakima City xnd even below here, toward Ziilah, are very lodigtianl over the removal of Mrs. London as post mistress at Old Town. She kept the |>out ofh'ce before there was any i><wtullK-e at Parker, and we all know that she gave you.l satisfaction. We received our mail safe, and flhe was ■OTHftntelhlg and kind and well liked by everybody and none of the old settlers like the idea oi putting her out to give it to Mr. Kartlelt If Tom Sperry did this to help the Republican party he in mistaken, ami anybody he nominates for the state Leg ielatnre to support Mr. Wi.son for Ben ator will be beat bad. When politklaDl interfere with peo...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 23 December 1897

FIFTY USEFUL AND VALUABLE PRESENTS! }. !'"im vv ie ». . !'• ' •'■"< Ail.les. 21. U'arlor Rn*. 31. I Solid Silver Thimhle. -11. 1 Rnzir . I .-\ll-«i..:| Suit M,ii> OlotlMt. M HmII Ruck with Lxikinx Ulans. 'il. Silver Handled Whii-k Broom, ft. Silver Cream Pitch*! 43 1 Ked'ora II it \ iw, I, j , y*i , " I:!- 1 Nice IVture. U. " Syrnp Pitcher. :;.!. CXlakiM Brtette Braab. 4:!. I Uranite Ina Wash I'*n 4. Set Ijecornted l.nnoh Dishes. 14. 10 yard* Black Cashmere. i.'4. " B«rry l>i ß h. 34. I^vVSV.I. 44 I ZiDC Tub. „ , i ,'",„.. '•• 1 J>nir Huirulo Skin* iluves. M. " Butter Knife. ,■(.".. |:..vh- St., I \V«*nn. 4:.. S Plant Ml Ware S SP"!™."* '«• Silver Butter IMhli. M. C. Silver Souvenir Spoon*. 86. I Mackinaw Coat. 4rt. I McKw Stand Unit 7. B iv ; rT M |«i 17. HlWer Spooo Holder. tl. 1 (i.me Picture. 87. I Boy'a Rabter OoM. 4r. Hnk LinJd Si w Spoon Hold* s. > ; lver «ke 5.,„,!. 18. BtaM&wker .Inr. 28. Silver C»ke Di.h. vi I Udy'a UoMMMT. 4s. •• •i •• Cw 1 !*l ■'. Udy'...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 23 December 1897

3 City Restaurant SCATCHARD & STOHAN (.'( iiduit the only Bnt<iaM WHITE MAN'S RESTAURANT In thin city. (iIVK.THKM A IKI\I.. Clean White Man's, i' nd Nieelj s, rved. Kpt?iilnr llcala -">'■. Open hII nijiit. Short (Inlrr." tX all Hoors. White Help Only! Fvmrm\i; \iu \\n tamv. THE RICHCUIBU RESTAURANT Privatf Itnjfx lor Latin an<l Ftail] Paftiea, HEALS, S3 AM> M UKSTB. All tbc dallcaciea of tlie tcaann on our Tables, fall and hoc us. *ri:<iti. nriMiii\ bIVKN n> Ittll, AMI I'llll 1 III\M IIS. * TIIK laillll.lil lIiSTHIMVT. ERDVES //* 2K3f- st»^f ""tasteless CHILL TDNIC IS JUST AS COOD FOR ADULTS. WARRANTED. PRICE sOcts. GAI.ATIA. II LB., NOV. 18, 1!'.'.1. t PirtuModlclnor.... si Louli, Mo, (iPllllimil-IK-W'n w .l(i hl.-t \c;ir. IW boUlei cf SBOVB'H TABTEI.E.Hrt CHILL TONIC niHl twve tuMiKhi ihrcc KroH ulic.-nty this yrar. In nil uvrez* oartauM ol v rears, in the drug bui>lnew, bnve oever Anid an arttela that save nui h unlvomai huu* CacUuu as j r.\r i.n.i.. \ ai...

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

The Yakima Herald. VOL. IX, U)e tef) gou q J?appg anb prosperous J?eV/ year... Thanking our customers and friends for their liberal patronage during the past year and assure you that the com ing year you will find our stock much larger, our goods of the best, our prices right and ourselves in every way better fitted to serve you, to your satisfaction and profit. We invite you to call. If fair dealing and low prices are any ob ject we can please You. Yakima Hardware Co. FIRST NATIONAL BANK of North Yakima. DIKKCTdRH. W. M. I.kiM, W. 1.. SiflnwlK. CliHii. CariMiitcr. H. B. Ki'udaer, A. H. Wjcioff, \V. li. lui.lley. (a|>llnl, •IOO,(»«>0 Nurplitu, •81,(MN> W. M I.ad(l. Prenliient (harlefi OtipVßtar, Vlco j.ri'w iiient w. 1.. steiuwt'K. Oaahltt A. B. C'line, A»«lsl«nt (nsliier. :o: COBKUPOirDKMCI invitkd. Foreign and DoinfNtir Eichange Ronght and Sold. PAYS INTKREHT ON TIME DKPOAITH. YAKIMA National Bank, NORTH YAKIMA, WASH. 010. DONALD, President. 1.. L THORP, Vice I'runlitenf....

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 30 December 1897

2 FIIE YAKIMA HERALD. lI.MI.KY .v. I IK-1.1 V. Piibllnhpi! every Thnnday; mbacripMon 11.on 1-vt ye«r la mlvam «■. AdrartUtng rnten uiKin •pplleatlon. THVMBDAY, DECEMBBB 90, UK ttANNA'B SBW TACTICS. Mark Hatina'e Inother ih hnrd at WOTI for Mark snd Murk's (rteoda. As cliHir man of the Indianapolis Monetary Con vention, he \m lending » "aonnd money" circular to every insurance agent in the I'nited States advising thtm that hi commistion has prepared n bill on the money question and will announce it tnortly ( aod nrgitut them to waive their preference fur detail and unite In the great effort to at oni a dispose of the sub ject and release the commerce of the country from the iwf.l destruction inci dent to periodical financial agitation. Mr. Strobach WM favored with one ol these documents, but he beliews that the best way to relieve the commerce 0 the country from awful destruction is to continue to light fur reform and he pro poses to do thin, notwithstanding thi advice of Mark lliini...

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

SAY SAY SAY Say you had twenty-five cents. Say they only cost a quarter. Say you ventured to buy one. Say you wanted a new necktie. Say it was Cor. Yakima Aye. and First street. Say you liked it well. Say you saw 500 styles. Say it was Thomas' Furnishing store. Say you told your friends. SAY NO MORE ! ** T»Z, n« Y ~, JOHN W. THOMAS Wants to be . postmaster Bi°HNYßini 'which is under tln> grate( Canaille , December 20, !*■!>?. \ Dkib Enrrt'B: It ia with (eetin'a akin to aw, that I talk up mi pen tv rite u\ Hum thing! whltch air deer tv mi hart. Wee air bavin a Wbail uv a time doun hear over the I'oHl Offla. Incoinen with moast uv mi Hepiihliken fr.n.ls I deleave in the time onereil Diiuicratick docterin "tv the victim! iieloiik! the ipilea." I also Deleave in that other Dimicratick acentimenti dsai tn every oneat Bepnbli ken hart, "turn the raskilw out." Thair air sum things W bitch air sad tv rite about—thair air Mini mUtaiks wliitch it talks yeres tv reiuidy. Won uv the wirst...

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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 30 December 1897

4 SANTA CLADS REIGNED Tbis Popular Roler was Only Enthroned Throughout the City Last Friday. CHRISTMAS WAS FITTINGLY OBSERVED Tbe Public School*, St. Joseph's Aradrni), (be Sundar Schools and many Private Families All Aid tbe Proper Thliif. The spirit of Christmas was fully alive in the public schools. In the Columbia building Misses Young and Sherwood presided over a regulation Christmas tree and also entertained Miss Hodman's class, which was dismissed early for the occasion. On the upper floor the older scholar* also held appropriate exercises. In the Central building; Miss Haines and Mlm Kingsbury took the lead among the little folks. The room was nicely decorated with evergreens and stencil borders, an appropriate program was car ried oat, and every child received a small present. The High School scholars gave quite an elaborate program and had a very flattering attendance of visitors. They remembered their three teachers in a very appropriate manner by presenting Mra. Stair a ...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
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