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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 30 December 1897

FIFTY USEFtfL ANB VALUABLE PRESENTS! 7\W\ Br v.le. 42*47 1 Box Apples. 1022">7 1 Parlor Rug. I I ". Igo ■! Silver Thimble. 12S<U 1 1{../.. r . 7X2*7 I All-Wool Suit Men's Clothe*. (KV>H Hull Ruck with Looking < ilass. WB7B Silver Handled Whisk llrootn. B*»U Silver Crram Pitcher. MM I hVdom Hat. IS7OO " " Hoys' " ,Mll".<> 1 Nice Picture. :t7lii Syrup Pitcher. 417 Celluloid Bristle Brush. ti|2»!» I Granite iron Wash Pun. 31X17 1 Set IWorated Lunch Dishes. MM9 19 yards Black Cashmere. 7772S " IWry Dish. -■.',...; Itoy's Sled. 2f1r»20 I Zirto Tnh 81704 1 Clock. Ko.".. r>7 | pair Buffalo Skill Gloves. Hll>4o " ISulter Knife. •■'.».<4 Bon' Weel Wagon. 7ISN 3 Heree Delf Ware. 04300 1 Klegant l'ictnre. 78958 Silver Butter Dish. 2141 <i Silver Souvenir Spoons. 77LM I 1 Mackinaw Coat. 71465 1 Me Km Stand Lamp. 7ti12!l 1 Silver Teapot. t>727(> Silver Spoon Holder. 7072 1 Game Picture. -; ... 1 Boy'e Rubber Coat. 49006 1 Pink Lined Silver Spoon Holler. 54.000...

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. — 30 December 1897

c PI fK W WA N D We wlll finlsh "riling the bal aneo of our carload of instru- __ _ — _ incuts on Friday, Dec. 31 *f, at E3 olir salesroom. THE CHOICEST OK PRESENTS! ( , n — „, , , Never before has there been a music store in your city of Pianos and Organs. We have just •— ---- ■ - received a CARLOAD of the finest Pianos and Organs that ever came into your city. We mean business. [r^ - vt> i\ r~^ =i jpi We will sell these Pianos and Organs regardless of the prices of other companies. Remember we pay SiL^^l^\ii\ RP^ 1 CASH for these instruments and we will sell them to SUIT OUR CUSTOM KRS—that is on the easiest /f^'^ t v. rfjn | Jsv',il! tcnns from 55 to ?in l )er luollth. or longer time. Call on our Salesman, Mr. Claude BriggS, whom, we /^L^/H ':^ Hi guarantee you, will do the fair tiling. If you do not wish to buy call and see our goods anyway. We ~~i"{ - jji/' —ilzrZT^sJ l-^i arc selling the following makes: /fjf- — .^ ,^f3=S^^^^^^9 IJTANH^S1 JTANH^S • Chickering & Son, Lud...

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. — 6 January 1898

The Yakima Herald. VOI.. IX, $)e Vyisl) gou a fyappg Q^ -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. FIBS? NATIONAL BANK of North Yakima. Jr\ H V i I i -* W. M. I_<lil, W. 1.. sieinwiK. I hs». Carpnntsr, H. B. Soiniiier, A. B. Wyi kott. W. B Dudley. lapttul, SllltMWI) silrpllK, --..■'-'<' w. m i.aitii. PrssUent Chaites Ceipeutsi, vice prssklsat W. 1.. Mslnwei. I'awliier A. B. flint*. AMlctant CsSMsr. CORRgHI'iiSDKNI X INVITKI). Foriign ami Domrstir Kulun.i l!mi_lit and Soltl. HAYS INTEREST OH TIMK DKHOHIIS. YAKIMA National Bank, NORTH YAKIMA, WASH. QBO. DONALD, PfSSldset 1.. 1.. THORP. Vice PISSHOQt J. I). CORNXTT, Cashier. FRA...

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. — 6 January 1898

a THE YAKIMA HERALD. BAII.KY m It KsI.KY. PHblUhed every Thnrvtajr; subscription U.OB per year In advance. Advertising totes upon application. THURSDAY. JASUAIIY t, IS'JS. TBE FUTURE OF BIMETALLISM Senator George G. Vest has an abb article on the above topic oi so much in terest to the struggling Viilioeo in the January Forum, a portion of which we print below. The cry from the gold hug press that bimetallism is dead woe i.evet farther from the truth than at the present time, for etrong arguments ami India putabie facts in its favor are becoming more evident every day, if we may j idgt from the tone of the lending magazines of the times and tlie utterances of some of the best minds of ttie country. Base tor Vest ssys i "What the friends of bimetallism denounce is the closing of the mints la silver coinage, and then using the com mercial depreciation of silver bullion as on argument against silver money. The) chsrge—snd statistics support them — that there is not enough gold and silv...

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. — 6 January 1898

SOCIAL AND FRATERNAL A Record of Parties, Entertainments lodge Doings, and Weddings. SECRET SOCIETIES INSTALL OFFICERS Yakima nacleiv Awake ana »:•■_•». Ina Ihr Winter tirnlni.-lhi, V«r loii* •■ii-_a > Rckaola F.lecl New Officer*. The Knights of Pythias will hold an other one of their popular eorisl enter tainments on Wednesday evening next In their castle hall. Only members ol tbe order and their families have been invited. The p-ogram. it is expected will be the best of any they have yet given. Mrs. A. L. Slemmons has charge of the rated part of the program. t O. V. w. The local lodge A (). V. W., had pub lic installation of officers at their lodge room Monday evening last, to which (he families of the members of the order were invited. After the installation cere monies, which were conducted by Dis trict Deputy F. M. Spain, games and other amusements took up the evening. A light lunch of sandwiches and coffee was served. r. a a. m. The installation of officers by the North Yak...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 6 January 1898

4__ They Still Continue! Low Prices Talk! PIANOS - ORGANS AT 1.1 C_^ BARGAINS. NOW IS THE TIME TO RUN". j..^^ „ Never before has there been a music store iv your city of Pianos and Organs. We have just -_----__-___________^-^p|ljp received a CARL. >AD of the finest Pianos and Organs that ever came into your city. We mean business. ~7| k ._- ..,. , j| f-"~~_r=^i|j $1$ We will sell these lYmos and Organs regardless of the prices of other companies. Remember we pay If 11 7j__-_-_-_________£ji |*W^il :: 'H CASH for these insinuiu'iits and we will sell them to SUPr OUR CUSTOM KRS—that is on the easiest _,»' //.'__*__'••_-••-• Win «*£_. M^ --. terms from .<5 t" sk> per month, oi longer time. Call on our Salesman, Mr. Claude Brings, whom, we . _"t- ■ 7// " -"(fr^^-V ■"»*. ■' ? // 11 I ' •~^™*** 'I'll O-.11 ' * --■ ///■. "*-_^^_£i/|f _*_-T. I- .1 guarantee yott, Will do the fair thing. If you do not wish to buy call and see our goods anyway. We Jr_ ___..r/jfc___ —-__-_____ Jj. £JL ...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 6 January 1898

FIFTY USEFUL AND VALUABLE PRESENTS! "'■*"l) I'd vie OMI I Be- ****** matt 1 Parlor Rur. 40405 1 (Solid Silver Thimble. 128*. 1 Rs.or. 7s_>*7 I All-Wool Suit Men's Clntbea. WWW Hall Hark with Looking tilass. |M7_ Silver Handled Whisk Broom. GUM Silver Cream Pitcher. 24_vi 1 t dura Hat. |2*on " Boye" " MtM 1 Nice Picture. :t7l«i " tytaa Pile hot. 447 Celluloid Bristle Brush. 61.49 1 tiranite iron Wash i'an. SW7 1 Set lieeoratid bun h D-hie. 18549 It) yard- Bla.-k Cashmere. 7772K " Berry IHsh. 83(i!)3 Boy's Sled. _052H 1 /nc Tub. KI7U4 1 Clock. IS*.7 I pair Buffalo Skin -'loves. Hlu4o " Butter Knife. ot*v>4 Boys' Steel Wsgon. 7183. 3 pieces De'lf Ware, rep-110 1 Elegant Picture. 7'.'.'-.H Silver Butter D sh. 2141 0 Silver Sourenir Spoons. 772411 1 Mackinaw Cost. 7UV, 1 McKee Stand Lamp 7td-.lt 1 Silver Teapot. t;7:.'7ii silver Spoon Holder. 7*>~-_ 1 (isme Picture. 8702ti 1 Boy's Rubber Cost. 4960. 1 Pink Lined Silver Spoon Holder. 74ihHi 1 Sd.er fane «•!,,,.I s7'.i!'l Bisque C...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 6 January 1898

c HiERYTBLW HEAT A\P TASTY. THE RICHELIEU RESTAURANT Print* Bout for Ladies and F.unil. htm*, MEALS, 25 AND M CEOTS. All the.delicacies of the season on our Tables. Call and see us. ti'iiiti HfnfflM i.ivi:\ to BALI. ANO I'lllll III>M HtS. _■ the nmiHin unimiT. GROVES __■__ ***r a* 1 \r "tasteless CHILL TONIC IS JUST AS COOD FOR ADULTS. WARRANTED. PRICE SOcts. OAI.ATtA, Ills., NbV. HI, I".' I. r.rli Medicine Co., m lx.ma.M... Gentlemen:—We sold lrwt yenr, cjio ttottiea or OBOVK'S TASTELESS CHILL TONIC lin.l Imve b" ught three arena already this year. In nil os.es* parlance (if 14 yaara. In tho drug bnalneaa. have never cold an article thatgnvo Mich universal mitia* faoUun aa yuur Tunic. Youretrulv. iluu.,' i;k .-. i 0. mil v.i.i lit ROAF & STOUT. For Pooplo That _reH|| I t\ Siok or "Just Don'tUl 1 V Feel Woll." IILLy ONLY ONE FOR A DOSE. BssisiSS Plsipln. curat Headache. Oyiptpsla anO CSSUVSMSSS. 26 CU llioillilnu'iti..,.., i > mail SantplM Ftm, eddreat Or. BownkoCo. Mills....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 13 January 1898

The Yakima Herald. VOL. IX, If Yon Want ..FRUIT.. You Mrist Spray and. Prune ! % We Have .... It spin Apis CI * ■> ♦ ill Best Mate Jlf^ai Bucket and Barrel Pumps, Extra Nozzles, Etc. WJ I We can give you a complete t t! outfit from $4.00 to $20.00 TAKE A LOOK AT THEM BEFORE YOU BUY ! In pruning goods we have a large and complete stock of Hand Shears, Pruning Knives, Buckeye primers, 2 and 3 foot Waters Primers; G, 8, 10 ft. pruning saws, etc. OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT. Yakima Hardware Co. FIRST NATIONAL Bill of North Yakima. DiaocToas. w. m. l.faiM, w. 1., sieinwi.. Char. Carpenter. H. B. Ncudiler, A. B. Wyikofl, W, II Dudley. Capital, suiti.iKii' surplus. .• £7.000 W. M l-ailil, President i harles CarpanMS, Vlre president W. L. Steiiiwei*. Coohlsf A. B. ('line. Assistant Castiier. CORRKHI'oNDENI.'E INVITED. . tign and Domestic Eichange Bouy-ht and Sold. PAYH I NTKKK.-T ON TIME DEPOSITS. National Bank, NORTH YAKIMA, WASH. (JEO. DONALD. President. U U TIIORP, Vice President. J. I). COR...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 13 January 1898

2_ HIE YAKIMA BERALD. It.MI.KY i TIKSI.KY. Publldtusl every Ttiurmlay; iabserlptlon ILOB per year in ailvanee. AilvertlrinK roisi ill".n application. THURSDAY, JANUARY It, t' w Corbett and Fitzsimnions have sfsio engaged space with tbe Associate! PreM and are puiiiineling each other with high sounding words. When will the still, r ing public cease lo bear ol them ? The wishes of the people ol the stale ol Ohio have again been thwarted iitnl Hsnne elected Senator. Ilanna ainl his (|) Mark were very conspicuous as u-nn if reports from tbe I'.uckeje state count for anything. In speaking ol Haiinu, Ilarpi r's \\ • I k ly cays that be is a very ordinary »"•; very vulgar politician of the richest kind who has more faith in money than in discussion, and in rapidity than in con science. The unreliable Republic loot wick Bl_ quotes Tiik HMUI D regarding a certain little ice story, nnd then proceeds to crit icise. Correct your mistake, neighbor, II you didn't do it on purpose, and WO OH ready...

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. — 13 January 1898

..SECOND ANNUAL.. Midwinter Clearance Sale! Beginning with Jan. 15, we will commence onr Second Annual Midwin ter Clearance Sale. This sale is gotten up for the purpose of closing • out remnants and various assortments of broken lines. We will make it a an object to those who visit our store during this sale and assure you wf that there will be many articles among those marked that everyone will need and at the same time be able to save from 30 to 50 per cent. DrOSS GOOdS. ***** &*t**a*, worth $1.78 per pair Clearance sale price, |I_D | $8.50 Cloaks . Clearance Sale price. 110 30 inch All Wool Heavy Suiting, worth 35 and 40c, now going at 25c ___* j*. ?*£**• *"'** ***.!*** *" wttMO**** 800 38 50c clearance sale price is,- -*«ncy Cotton hiderdowns, worth 10 2-3, 12'_ fit) Plush Cape beaded and fur trimming for 0-0 60 " " " Special Values, (15c.' "40c U Tosca Jacquard, worth 10c " «' " 5 $,', Plush Capes with tar trimming 3 !»0 50 " " '• " " 78c ' 40c -°'"yds Vicugna cloth, worth ...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 13 January 1898

4__ YAKIMA'S NEIGHBORS Tain|>iffl Talrs. Floyd Sl.annafelt came home Friday. Mr. Roberts ie building an addition to bis bsrn. Bessie Shannafelt has nearly recovered from her recent illness. G. M. Alien came near losing a cow tbe other day from eating damaged alfalfa bsy. School is progressing finely. Mr Dm pee j can hardly wait till iis close He Is so anxious to start for Alaska. The Klondike is not his destination, however. M he intends locating at Skagwav or Dyea. —-■■ ■■■■■ -at^a—- ■ ■ -— Ahtaimru Warblings. Roy Vivian was reported as no belter last night. Mrs. A. J. Chambers is in town for s visit o! several days. The Creamery Company is cutting he on the Marks pond. Miss Nora Morgan has left school on account of the illness of hsr brother. Mr. Morehead has rented Miss Delia Wiley's organ and will lake music les sons this winter. The ladies of the church organized a Ladies' Aid Society Saturday. It will meet once every week. Next Sunday, alter the communion service, several n...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 13 January 1898

HODGE-PODGE OF NEWS Short Notes of Hews Gathered Id and Oat of the City. ITEMS FROM THE WORLD OF TRADE I'i-i «i«. Miuiiir« Announce* ■in ill*. I iirrrnl I nnimnil and »u.t« Inn rw in •■■ (• Mill "Thr ll.nii.l-* Headers. E. F. Hereon, of Tacotna. is in the city. Edward Whitson returned from El* leiisiiurg Monday. T. Beckner, Mabton, registered st The Hartholet Tuesday. E. E. Knowles, of Zillah. was in town Tuesday on business. Fred Miller expects to leave for Alaska the last of the month on a tour of inspec tion. .1. E. Clifton, of the Standard Oil Co., Tscoma, was registered at tbe Hotel Yukima Tuesday. Judge .1. S. Allen, of Spokane, was in the city Monday on matters pertaining to the Sunnyaide Canal. Rev Greene closed a twelve-dsy series of revival services on the school section s few days ago. lie reports 21 converts. Allotting Agent W. E, Casson of Ritn coe was tv the city Saturday. Herejiortß work in bis department hi progressing very satitfactorily. Good tenant, with practical...

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. — 13 January 1898

© I»i Kale. A fresh Jersey cow at a bargain. Ad dress I. 0. Itox 273. 47 tf MHHM SEAT A\H TASTY. THE RICMEL.IEU RESTAURANT Private Bern Tor Ladies ami K.niiih Htm*, MEALS, ■ AND 50 CKNTS. All the""delicai'ies of the season on our Tables. Call and see us. ai-iii.l. tflfnffWß SltTEr* li lt A 1.1. \M> ******** lll>MH*i. _■ THE KHHEI.IEI IBTIHIIT. GROVES f/f^DRENTI ':■•**£] CHILL TONIC IS JUST AS COOD FOR ADULTS. WARRANTED. PRICE Sects. Cai.atia, Ills., Hot. i . m. Feri« Medicine) r*o., sa. Lonla,Mo, Gentlemen-.—Wo e,,|d lit:>t yenr. COO l» ni»n of QHOVB'M TASTKI.t;.-* CHILL TONIC ond Imvo bought three gross n trendy this yenr. In fill „urri< oertenc. of 14 roam, in tho dm. basinet -. have ne tit sold mi article thatseve sn, : unlit i „1 ■alia, tacuuo aa roar J....... Vuura irnlv, _dm_, ,' ai i; 4. CO. ■ on 5.%1.1: nt ROAF & STOUT. Pr. GMNfi'S t For People That Arc|% | ■ a a*x Siok or " Just Don'tlll . i V Feel Well." tj 13.L0 ONLY ONE FOR A DOSE. ■.•mem Plmptet, cure* H...

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. — 20 January 1898

■ The Yakima Herald. VOL, X, If You Want ..FRUIT.. You Must Spray and Frune ! J We Have Smrbi Anuim * * + i I Bbsi Mate Bucket and Barrel Pumps, Extra Nozzles, Etc. We can give you a complete outfit from $4.00 to $20.00 TAKE A LOOK AT THEM BEFORE YOU BUY ! In pruning goods we have a large and complete stock of Hand Shears, Pruning Knives, Buckeye primers, 2 and 3 foot Waters Pruners; 6, 8, 10 ft. pruning saws, etc. OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT. Yakima Hardware Co. FIRST NATIONAL BANK of North Yakima. DIRECTORS. W. M. I.ailii, W. 1,. BtelßWlf. rhas. Carpenter, H. fl. Scuduer, J. N. Teal, W. B. Dudley. • mil tn i, • 100,000 Surplua, •81,000 W. M. I-adii, President t'tiarles carpenter. Vice president W. L. KtelnweK, Cashier A. H. ('Hue, Assistant Cashier, CORRESPONDENCE INVITED. Forfign and Domrstie Exchange Height and Sold. PAYS INTEREST ON TIME DEPOSITS. Y.r-_.rcii*vi___ National Bank, NORTH YAKIMA, WASH. GEO. DONALD, President. HUGH K. SINCLAIR. Vice President. J. D. CORNETT, cashier. FRANK...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 20 January 1898

s [HE YAKMA HERALD. hah ky a rtmurr. Pahllsticil every Thnr«.l«T-. siit-«. Nt ti.. . «l ■"• ivryeai in advance Advertlsld ni«.n appli. Bttaa. THURSDAY, JANVABY .'". Ittt OVR TENTH VOLUME. With this ntiinlipr Tiik Hkv \i.t> begins lis tenth volume. Rut a few shorl months have elapsed since the present manage* ment took charge. Thst we have ful filled sll the promises we made t.t _ ye our readers a good paper is amply provi i, by our increased circulation, wl.i.h lih« already nearly donliled, anil by the In* creased business as shown by oar adver* tising columns. We have no promises to make as loth future course oi Tiik llkkai.u, either lo cally or politically, differing fr..m th at we made in our salutatory of Beptemhet 2,1H!>7. For the parpen, uf raiphasixing the political position of Tin: Herald, and thst it may be thoroughly understood, we quote in full our f .run r promises : "Its political policy Will be to aid 111 the fusion of those forces which, through bimetallism, are...

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. — 20 January 1898

'^^••^••''••■-••'••--••w****'***' I** •o-t-0,. -«.^. fe._x--«"*o.-o<.-«-**X"-«-o<"-os;--os: YAKIMA'S NEIGHBORS Aktanom Warbling*. Roy Vivian is much better. th_*i new student at the Academy this week. Lloyd Bhai.nafelt has returned to school again. N. A. Hibler has rented the Blsnker ranch for next summer. Milton Mere head hss gone to l'.iekleton to attend to some business matters. Mrs. tirissom, of Kllensburg, is visit ing her brother. Mr. Minner, this week. The directors of the district school have decided to have one more month of ecbool. Sleighing has come at last, and we sre all looking (or Dude Minner to bring bis sleigh out now. The Y. P. 8. C. E. has organized a new choir and they are doing good work. Miss Jeeeie McGlothlin is orgsniat. There will be a charity ball given by the local lodge of Workmen next Tues day night on the school section. Quite a number of the Ahtanum people intend going. A pleasant party was given st the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. .1. Cbambeis list F...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 20 January 1898

..SECOND ANNUAL.) » Midwinter Clearance Sale! Beginning with Jan. K>, we will commence our Second Annual Midwin ter Clearance Sale. This sale is gotten up for the purpose of closing • out remnants and various assortments of broken lines. We will make it g an object to those who visit our store during this sale and assure you W that there will he many articles among those marked that everyone will need and at the same time be able to save from _0 to 50 per cent. DreSS GOOdS. ,'"'f' o*******t worth |1.71 per pair Olsanwea sale prlca, 11.90 ! $8 BO Cloaks Clearance Sale price, 610 „,. . ... ._ ,„ ,„. . ,_, Turkey Ked Table Cloth, worth 50c per van!. " " " 38 $t MO Cloaks 800 .Id inch All Wool Heavy suitings, worth So and 40c, now _.uii_ »t -nt „ „ _ „., . _ „.. „ „ „ „ ..,. 411 . •>..,.. „.„„ .« »-- .. .•_ . ... aan _ , , i ,i Fancy Cotton Bldardowoa, worth lti *.'-:(, 1 -' _ *lii I'lush Cape beaded and fur trimming for ■at "„ „ „ 50c, clearance sale „r,. •-, li,,- |.« Tosca Jacq...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 20 January 1898

SOCIAL AND FRATERNAL Lodge Notes and Social Items Gathered During the Week. SLEIGHING AND SURPRISE PAhTIES MMM IVr.mtal I.i i.ig rta p« tbnul !•• "tile of 'li.re or lis. !.•!« «.allien il In l.| "The Ili-ris Iri'a " 11..Mi1l. L llqiittliri. The mi-moers and friends of the Con gregational Bociety enjoyed a very pleas ant sociable at tbe church last Friday evening. Tbe church was well filled wiib people and they all appeared to have a good time. The entertainment consisted of a skillful exhibition of In dian (lull swinging by Miss Stewart and an old-fashioned spelling match between the ladi. s, led by Miss Kinney on one side, and the gentlemen, led hy Mr. Ilassell on the other. Prof. St. John gave out toe lis' of words in his usual happy manner. Ihe ladies, as a whole, outspelled the _t til It men, but the match was declared a draw, Mr. and Mrs. Ilas sell, who were the last spellers on the tl ior, ret ring witb equal honors. Mrs. Vance nod Mrs. Fisher bad charge ot the confectionary s...

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. — 20 January 1898

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