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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 3 November 1898

THE YAKIMA HERALD. BAII.KV * TTEHI.KY. PnhlUhrara. ■ ■ — —: NORTH YAKIMA WASH. EPITOME OF THE DISPATCHES Inui~a«tln_ Collection of It«m< rnrai Many HMM Cnllad From the I'i-mm Iloporta of tha Current W«*h. President McKinley was the guest of tinnnt at the peace jntililee banquet of the Phildclphia Clover Club. President Zelaya, of Nicaragua, has granted two Ameiloans a new conces sion for an interoceauic canal. The president has issued his annual proclamation, setting apart Thursday, November 24, us Thanksgiving day. The wo-• den steamer L. U. Doty was lost in a galo on Lake Michigan and of 17 people on hoard, none were saved. The Froncti, anticipating the pro posed demands of Kngland, have with drawn Major Marcliaiial from Fasho.la. The French court of cassation has de cided in favor of revision of tho famous Dreyfus ciiho, and tho immediato pro visional liberation of Dreyfus. At Lake Linden, Mich., a boiler in the Calumet & Hecla boiler-house ex ploded, killing three men ins...

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. — 3 November 1898

1 i« COMPANY Wants the Job of Raising the Maine. PERMISSION MAY BE GIVEN < rui.er Hronkl-n ami OunhnaU Helaaa and Yorktown Will He Added to Admiral li.-wa >'a Fleet. Washington, Oct. 81.—The Acme Wrecking Company, of San Francisco, has made a icquest upon the nary de partment for authority to raise tbe bat tle-ship Maine. If the government wants the ship after she reaohea the United States, the company will expect to be paiil salvage money tlfiough con demnatory proceedings. No money ia demanded from tlie government by the company. It is stated at the depart ment unofficially that in case the com pany is found to ho reliable, the task, no doubt, will be given tbem. For the Aaletle fttatton. New York, Oct. 81.—A dispatch to the Herald from Washington says: Two more men-of-war will probably fol low the auxiliary cruiser Buffalo to tbe Asiatic suuadron. Orders have already l-i'eii given to the gunboat Helena to prepare for her long trip through tba Sua-/, canal to the far East, a...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 3 November 1898

HIE YAKIMA HERALD. BAII.EY. TPKSI.KY A MK'IIMB, Publisher*. Publlaleil I'li-rv Thurwlay. aabarrlptlon ll.O' |„ r real la ml.ance. Advertising rate* in,.,11 application. 9FF.fI AL Fl'SIO! PAPER l-UHI CIHJITf THIRSIIAY. XOYEMBER .1,1898. No scratching. Close up tin* ranks. I'own wih in mop.lies! Have yon beard the belching of Ihe Cannon? Washington expects every fusioniat to il" his div. __—. —»» Let no false and Uing side issue lead you eat ray. ConnnerciuK/.eil politic! cannot flourish on free soil. Hie "single lax bars only prove ths poverty of their invention. He who hesitates, or the same thing, scratches his ballot, is lost. Keward eionomv in office by bestow ing your suffrage! on worthy public servants. He sure yon vote it straight. An X right after the "Peoples Party" will do the business. • -^ _ . — Tbs single tax ia no mnresa issue in this Campaign thnn the ten per cent rake off in the Klondike. The pprr.ieioiis activity of the Federal ring in Vakima will liear fruit one ol ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 3 November 1898

A Lane Evasorstlßi Plast. The Rnflha s» Rl »li-n'r irr '. |„v 11.-. following to say of a large Yakima val ley «n'i rprise: Aflat n.Hk.i.g a s'ody of evaporating proceKs.s ( r ■ vi-r .ll leal* Mr. C. P. Wile x i, .s ,-re, t .1 :nt 1. nam o pi r i Bj| a gigsiiii.- evHSor.ir.T al Parker, Vnkima county, Wash., which has a capacity of iIS.IKH) poiinits fresh fruit, or neurly M tons. Tt | plan in itself is s model al most perfection, nnd cure* well. It l« built on the "American" or "Allen" plan, witb trnch« ho',ling Id trays each. These trays 'mid each 16 panda of fruit or about .Mil pound* for em li trillk, which cnr'ip« ti|.. Irnit fr.ci -|i» rilpplni or washing keit^e until it is ready fnr the bin. "The building cnver-i a hot uir chamber which i« 10-5. f-it and ulxxii ll'fee' deep. A Urge b.iiler nnd "mil feet nf one inch pine produces tb» neopeean heitt. Coal is used for luel. The hoi sir enters WILCOX ,y suns' KVAltlltHint the evaporating stall* frnm the inside, passes thrnu.h the f...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 3 November 1898

o___.«_toh.x.a.. _,_„__ a Tha Kind You Haw always Bought PROFESSIONAL CARDS. Ali^S I). I. WASHBURN, STKNi hill \I'IIKR ani> TYPEWRITE*. Room I. Smaller Cailwrll I.lank, over Tin Hi it alii office, Na.rlli Yakima. Vtaah. CAMOU H. (lniiF.a, Flliiiai.iirrr, Ira t. iMUaiM, North Yaklm. /'RAVES A KNiiI.KHAKT, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Room. 7 anil n, ASSSmi floor. Kirtt National Hank l.riiMin. CXIVKL. .. MILLER, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. fAF'i iiVnr «,\ it 1" iik im ii N'Milornal Hank, Nortb —ima. Will practice in all tlm court, of tlie Slati-anil I". S. Una! ufflOM. TONES .. GUTHRIE, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Over First National Hank. Nnrth Yakinia, Wanti WHITSON AI'AKKKK' K"wl> w_il-0» > > S IKKl) PARKKR ATTORNEYS AT LAW. gmr~'>l\wc In Klmt National Hank Btiil.lliiK nOGLE St KU-ti. ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Offlcei over Yui.il.in national Hank, North Yakima, W-tktngtOß. J E. BANKS, DENTIST. Office over Pottoffioa, Yakima avenue, Noil I Yaklraa. I )R. DAVID KO.-sKR, Physician and SURGEON. Office over Ja...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 3 November 1898

"CHICKEN FEED" MONEY. Tbe Daya of Flppeny Bits, York Shillings, Ploayunes, Coppers. The Origin tn Varlon* Part* of th* Country of tbe Colloquial .Nan.., of Small Coin*— I neli- s_n,. Money. Referring to the word "picn3'une," it may not be uninteresting to give a ■hatch of subsidiary coinage nnd cur rency us used in the past, and the vari ous names under which it was known. In Ohio in IMI and previously there \v;is _ food deol of foreign coin in circu lation, mostly Spimisli, with some of thfl old state coinage of dill'erent states occasionally mnking its appearance. Cne ut tin- moat plentiful of time tatr* eign coins was a piece which passed I current .0.014 cents. In Ohio tbia wm known us a lippcny bit, v contraction r probably of I'm penny hit. The half dimes nf American coinage were nlsnj becoming frequently nt thai time, and as A distinction between the half dime and the fippeu.v bit the former wns con tracted to the word "lip." The dime ivi-nt under its lawful name, while the o...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 3 November 1898

Why not Have the Best? You are probably considering the purchase of a musical instrument for your home, why not have the best to be had while you are about it, especially when it will cost you no more than the poorer-classed instruments. We have the very best money can buy. You can test them at your home or we will test them for you. _________________________________________________— — I .__—————_-- ~~~^ In Pianos the following makes stand *M --^===-^^^=^==^,^=^^^^^^ fill fl I liTO higher than ail others in tone, j '[— —Tl F il \T^====i if W* 4+ 11K IT fl ¥ \ finish and case: fißfl G|lggg*l PIP] ' iCliaue \\ \ l-Sk\ ll^^S^ln H_____Jl In Organs we can prove to you that _-_^_-*_h-» *—•■ jn — __'] I la_jm mAnf'^fflmMA If aS i '<'■*■ IPs It ''J 4 JE-iQ/ICCLZGCISIIX « ■/> \_jrJn_l^^^ a Jlr ' the reputations these makes bear TTH car""*".""* .C^T* -_■. l.^.fe."" 2^ ===>!fii are worthy of their name. TP-ra -n.-k-1-i -n |!^^^^^^^^^^^m^^^|lCJ ■ Mason <Sc Harrington ! ■ I Hamlin, K...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 3 November 1898

QTJR GREAT LEADERS Majestic j wneeiei & Wilson Sewing piaciiines MuuL... jr'Nai^ I Rotary Shuttles K_Hn_K!_tt| WIUU*MI ■ T^^H____-^i'P_^_E -Ranges in use ( ** ■«- ever OJM ball Ami X 311(1 P^ J_P^_3______l other makes ? UUiIgUU. T^ijfJPl combi; d' | JOHN SAWBRIDGE, sole agent IHOIIfiW Missouri Thanks Yakima for the Cap- ture of a Noted Crook. MORGAN, A GOLD-HKICK MAN P_r-_r-Dhlc Ptncllln.s of a Personal or Im personal Nature Gathered for "The Herald" Readers. Sheriff Shaw has added another plume to his hat In the capture of the noted all around crook i ieorge Morgan, alias Billy Atkins. . This man's photograph hangs io the rogue galleries of the cities of Chi cago, St. I,'inis and Portland, while the sheriffs of numerous counties in divers statee have been looking for him. He goes back to Missouri, however, with Supreme Court Marshal See of Jefferson City, wbere he is wanted for working the gold brick racket. Morgan is now under sentence, but having appealed to the su preme cour...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 3 November 1898

. 6 . STORY OF A . 6 . STATESMAN. ' .yM^ ■ WAS a dash- ' gressman, who SJXV" A^i'4 J li .'I not been at •fW jl^W tt V tl apltal than all montha he ifffjCm n' "lnSl' Who l,:'d known 1J I« liim at home nn.l went to \g Washington mi hIWIIUM 1 si'.iri'i lv recognised him ns f tin* sum,' man. A groat change bad come oittt Algernon smith Brim nl, I-. M. r. At hoiiie ho hnd Barer amounted to much, socially. He (mm of vt'i-y poor parents—"whits trnsh." i!h' cliircl vi'rdii't snid. Mr. Brownlee's pedigree, however, l«pgan Tilth Mr. Broivnliv, and what he lack ed in aristocracy of blood ba mud!- up by his prodigious hustling abilities. With his keen energy nnd upward tendency of mind, ba had the good for tune ti combine as affable disposition, nn accommodating manner, a plraaant smile and a certain good address. When he entered tha race for Congreaa none Imagined for a minute that he had tho slightest prospect iif success, but the average political weather prophet hns n dangerous tendency to ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 3 November 1898

It Can Ra Mad* lo Oa. "The melancholy days have come;" hss rheumatism come with them? It can ba made to go right off by the use of St. Jacobs Oil, which cures and leaves no trace behind. Macaroni With Ma.Tonnal»>. A delicious way to serve n-aoarnni Is to place it on the same plate witb lettuce, the mayonnaise doing sauce service for both. The macaroni is cut • into thin slices from macaroni and cheese baked the day liefore. It is setved cold. Every Action Anil every thought requires an expendi ture of vitality which must be restored by menus of tho blood Mowing to the brain anil other organs. The blood must be pure, rich and nourishing. It is made so by Hood's Sarsaparilla which in thus the great strength-giving medicine, the cure for weak nerves, scrofula, catarrh, and all diseased caused by poor, impure blood. Hood's Sarsaparilla " 1- America's (ire.tciit Medicine. »lr six lor |5. Hood's Pills cure linHneratlon. ajcenti. With Crauci..lnn Honor*. Tin I.oy, a prominent Chinese me...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 3 November 1898

* $.000.00 urtl ii IMiflise al IS Cents n lie Oilier I * We bave bought the entire Block of the City Kscket Store snd place it on sale I Ladies colored Hoss 06 Men's Woolen Undershirts 26 at fifteen cents on the dollar! $500 worth of Tin, Enameled and Chinaware all go at about • 4 ' regular price. 500 pairs Shoes costing 11.60, »2 and f 3 go at 1W) | x we | ve Bars Laundry Soap 25 100 Ladies Corsets ■ Mocha and Java Coffee 18 Baking Bowder per pound 05 300 articles costing 15 to 50c, of sll descriptions we have placed on onr 5 and 10c connters. Il wi" P*v ?00 ,0 c*" e*r^ 8" -,K'rt■, -l lheße MAMA will move quickly. "The Golden R^ile." H. H. SCHOTT & CO. XOKTH YAKIMA AM) VICINITY. Photo scarl pins at IlusliiieH's. 3_ D. C. McKee ol Zillah was in town Monday. Ewina >V Mikkelaon are doubling the capacity ol their already large coal sheds. Mrs. L. Iv Sperry entertained n large number of hsr lady friends on Wednes day afternoon at her residence. Grand Master (). S. Jones of the A....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 10 November 1898

The Yakima Herald. VOL, X, IMaM^A _-_B--------_L« XT EPT-PT-^ 108 Hr^_^S4al ' -*■- —■—--— —■ —* —JL—^ \DrVr_A ■■■■ M___M_T^l | 4H| HEATER | WE HAVE PROVEN -j| I V by four years of actual experience that 3 I Ti WILSON IMPROVED AIR-TIGHT Is the most DURABLE, ECONOMICAL and SATISFACTORY wood stove on the market. Don't take a substitute. The genuine m i' WILSON will save you money. j» Aj*j* j* | IFOR COAL | ! We have the latest, 1 THE * GEM * HOT * BLAST I j The most attractive and durable coal stove made. Will hold fire for 36 hours. I I Easily regulated. It is a fuel saver all others. See it before you buy. il * YAKIMA HARDWARE COMPANY * !k_S_3i>__?iE_3S^C-3^S!_!^ .-3«rK*ei_-*-ic^- Dir*lißl BAKERY, *** RESTAURANT and A ICE CREAM PARLORS. WHITE HELP ONLY EMPLOYED Clean Tasty Cooling Guarantee! Regular dinner served from i i a. in. to 2 p. m. Short Orders at all Hours inrinji tie Bay and Evening;. A SHARE OF YOl X I'ATROV.(.E SOLICITED EVERYTHING SKAT AID TASTY. THE RICHELIEU * RESTA...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 10 November 1898

THE YAKIMA HERALD. II Ml I \ * TIKHLF.V. 1'.i1.11.1..r.. UORTH YAKIMA WASH. EPIIOME OF THE DISPATCHES Dterentltiß Collection of Item* From Many ilia.. Called From the Tress i:< e.i i- of IL.- Current Week. Oeneral Fitzhngh Lee's mother died at Hiihiiii.ini, Va. A pruclaiiiation hns teen issued bringing Siintii Cniz ami other iHlnn.ls un.ier the llriti.h Solomon ini.in.ln pro tectorate. At Friday's session of the I'nris peace eo_nmissii.ii the Spaniards rejected the Americans' proposals, and refused to i^vi; up tho Philippines. Later reports from tho conflagration nt Hankow, China, say that 10,000 houses were destroyed ami 1,000 peo ple, killed ami burned to .lentil. Ellis H. Roberts, treasurer of the United States, in hi-i annual repoit, ■bows that the treasury was stronger at the close than at tlio opening of the li.cal ye.ir. Senator Redfield Proctor in an ad dress ut liontpeller, Vt., declared that there should be divided sovereignty and that the United State, should retain th...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 10 November 1898

SAYS WE HAVE NO CLAIM Spain Refuses to Sell the Philippines. ACCUSES US OF BAD FAITH Not -noil.n.e.l by Protocol—Pemanda tho Koturn or Manny. Sailed at Manila After tha Capitulation. Paris, Nov. 7.—The Spanish commis eioners, in the oourso ol a two-hours' session of the peaue conference today, flatly refused toaocept Monday's piopo sition by the Americans to take the en tire Philippine group and to reimburse Spain for her "pacific" expenditures there. This negative action was expected. The Spanish commissioners bail also a number of positive declarations whiob iilied some 37 typewiittcn sheets. In this statement tho Spaniards held that tbe Uuited States had no ultimate rights in the Philippines islands, and could have none suvo by the consent of Spain in these negotiations and upon terms satisfactory to her. According to the Spanish contention in the formal statement, the United States enteitained no thought of annex ing the Philippines when tbo protocol was signed, or it would have...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 10 November 1898

IHE YAKIMA HERALD. BAILEY. MMUR A Mii'UMH. I'Ul.liatia'i. Plllillfl isl fl.iv Thiirralli.) alllmcrlptlon $1.00 rxr .ear In .advance. Advertlalng rate* upon application. JFFICUL FI'SIM P.PKI. lAKII.I Wl'iT. THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 10, 1898, Ttiat tired telling' And tl c ni xt day i» fnnwed. la**t the tail iro with the hide. The great eilent vnt» tells the tale. __—— .«._.*. That war issue was loaded like a Max im gun. It is an otr year. A good way off for c one of us. ——— -*_._. —i— What happened to Jones? We mean W. C-, of course. Alger was endorsed very handsomely in this state Tnpsdav. Ttie victors should not li*i_in to nrophesy for 1900. The silvpr vote ig a mighty problem in modern politics. The endorsement of Legislator Baker's railroad record seems to l>« conclusive. There is no going behind the returns. After all, the most profitable fusion just now ia fnr everybody to get in and fuse for Yakima's home progress and ad vantage. Both state committees claimed the elec tion of thei...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 10 November 1898

LEXINGTON'S LAST DAUGHTER. Itliml and Tool bl. ••. sn- la land For on n l.i-Dtii.-k. Farm. There ia one remaining ('in -liter of Lexington still living. It is old Astelb-. She is a bay mare nnd was foaled in lift. She is ont of Mary Churchill, s pood brood mare by Alex Churchill. Astelle would not br* living 1 to-day. however, hnd it not been fur the tender heart of n Kentucky woman. The old mnre is the property of J. IlrecUinridgo Vllcy, of Woodford county. He has owned her for many years, and her produce hns brought hi:n in thousands of dollars, ln talking of the List daugh ter of I.exinglon, Mr. Viley said: "I nm ashamed to acknowledge it. but it is troe that I pave a mnn one dollar a few days ago to take Astelle out into the woods and Mil her. My wife heard of the rruel bargain I hnd mndc. and she entered such a strong protest ngninst destroying tbe old mare thnt I canceled the contract, and I now in tend to keep her in the host possible style until nature remove*, her. I al way...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 10 November 1898

Why not Have the Best? You are probably considering the purchase of a musical instrument for your home, why not have the best to be had while you are about it, especially when it will cost you no more than the poorer-classed instruments. We have the very best money can buy. You can test them at your home or we will test them for you- I In Pianos the following makes stand -^==--==' ■ — f|T_ P 1 UTO higher than all others in tone, iBBll h ==n i — =^i ill 11 WI-fl IW \ finish and case: !!S|l L^^^tJ flff 1' 11 UllUlillU I^^P™^ iHI/^^Hi Si 1 In Organs we can prove to you that £larQlllt_lll )»y —=JiJ&== ' —gj H _t^H___=^J|.^[ the reputations these makes bear !Fisc33_t©_r jm P1 arc worthyof their name .Fraxikli n. fc^s^^-^S__^^^4y' Masoll ™ Harrington 7^^^^^^^^^!^^^' \ HairLlirL, KZinRSID-u.ry J , f IP 1 Estey, i | ¥ if Ann Arbor, TCP Atrc. 1 -*-yTB =====^===-----___ I nu) ;s. J^O y ffiSJ ==============-____r^J 1 cT^Vi H r»is=i crr^ J"e-wett Ur^ •—c^g-Z..!!^^^^ uotxage, Pease T3Jgr Voc...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 10 November 1898

i in ik They Lnunch Into .Journalism in the Philippine Islands. THE KEITBLIC MINE A DAISY Free Minint Or* Is Struck Averst.af $300 te the Ton Dr. C. M. Thomas te Lecture for the Br nr fit of tbe Schools Manila's New Newspaper. Tiik Hkrald ie in receipt of "The American Soldier," volume 1 number 1, dated Manila, Philippine Islands, Sept 10, 181)8. The paper, c 5-.olnmn folio, was sent to F. 1,. Johnson, of tbe Econ omy store, North Yakima, by his brother, Oscar Johnson, a member of Company H, Thirteenth Minnesota, under whose patronage the lively and unique publica tion is issued. The price is 5 cents a copy, no ButHcrip'ioiia, and its columns are well patronized by advertisers. Among these is tho 'International Ho tel," ♦50 per month, meals ,50 cen'S and $1, according to location, In Manila or Spanish money ; American cookery, The type is set up by nstive Philippinos, and the mechanical part of the paper is very creditable. A contributor says that the climate is not adapted lo Ameri...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 10 November 1898

CAf3TOniA. B*~*it,»> 4 1h> *****_s is fiß Bo"gtit i PROFESSION A L CA RDS. AJISS 1». 1 WASHHURN, STKNiK.i-.aI'HKR and TYI'K.VRITKR. Koom 4. i-iimllor < -.lui'U block, i.vit Th* HißAi.tnirllii;. Nnrth Ynkimn. Waab CttMU H. CHUVM, KlliMir-t.unr. , . Ira 1* iMUI-rTi North Yaklrat I RAVES g KMiI.KUART, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Konitin 7 ami !■ Second flour, Kirn! Nation*; llauk bull.iintr CMVKI.Y A MII.I.KR. ATTORNEYS AT LAW. fap-cimri' aaver Yakima National Bsnk. North akima. Will ptactlOJ in all t li- I'onrtsii! tin •Mat*aod r. s. lainl offlce.. piNKS ,v iii TIIRIK, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Over Klrat National Hank. North Vaklma, Want VVHITSON&PARKKR' ""«"> whitsok ATTORNEYS AT LAW. fg^Offlie 111 First Natlotißl Bank Bnllitliiß 1>()(iI.K .*. RIOU, . ATTORNEYS AT LAW- Office, over Ynklma National Bank. Nortt Vaklma, Wuklngton f A. BANKS, • I a DENTIST. .ifflce over I'nsUifliie. Vaklma avenue, Nnrtl Vaklma. r\B. DAVID BthMEE, Physician and SURGEON. office mer Janeck Hm» liru. store...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 10 November 1898

OUR GREAT LEADERS Majestic j wneeier & Wilson Sewing PlacNnes UI fill I ~~mJm\m^ft more Majestic S Rntarv Shui-tlf-Q iff s'M PLEST/l_Q^*^_^k, lIQMIIU. JFtT^-^tß --L combined Jt > > S JOHN SAWBRIDGE, sole agent Buildln. Notes. The srari'ity of resideures in North Yakima hae started a genuine building boom, H».u_rli late in the aeaaon. It is almost imposeible to secure even rooms for newcomers, and in some instances in tending settlers have gone to other towns — Ellensburg and elsewhere. One of the coziest little cottages, a gem in ita line, is that erected by Wm. Lee, ar., next to hie Bhoe store on Firat street. The architect and builder, IV. W. Felton, is erecting the domicile, which will be oc cupied by Mr. Lee and family when com pleted, in a week or two. The bouse ia 20x30 feet, and the outside ia encased in the finest of dressed lumber, tbe aiding being tongued and grooved, then lined witb building paper, and lined inside the atudding with shiplap tV-_ ber; the walls a...

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