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

OUR STORY TELLER PRIVATE JIM'S RETURN. .4444444444444444 • «f 4**4**4 <(((!((» HER hair wns drawn back In lit tle wares fr>.m hat brow, Wow and tlii'ii sin* would raise lwr gentle eyes iiiial glainv out through the pantry window toward tbs patch of tail, waving bollybocka thai Jim had planted four summers before. She wns •kneading dough, and two or three times phi- stopped to scrape the clinging bat ter fr..:n her lingers with the back of a CUM' knife. S'.ie bummed a little old-fashioned tune, emphasising the "turn te turn" ■with savage Jabs at the rapidly harden ing dough on the ibalf-board before her. "Janer No repljt "JaneP The ungainly figure of a young girl In gingham, her hair escaping in ■trends the loosely tied knot at the back of her held, appeared tn the pantry doorway. "What d'ye wain?" "I want ye t' git them biscuit 11ns out o' th' kit.-hen cupboard an' bring 'em lv here f mo," The girl slowly turned and shambled aoross tbe kitchen Boor, the run-over heels of her o...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 10 November 1898

Th. Bast Tim.. No antumn or winter is no good bat may be bad (or rheumatism. The worst time for it is the beet time to boy and nee Ht. Jacobs Oil to oars It, becauio it cures promptly. Pocket filters attached to the end of 18 or 20 inches of rubber tubing are re cent valuable additions to the tourist's outfit. The biker addicted to the "Century" habit or the camper is now protected against insects when drinking from a mountain spring or wayside brook. No danger of imbibing snakes except in the time-honored road lioino way. Pure Blood Good Digestion These are the essentials of health. Hood's ISmapstiUs is the great blood pirrttier and stoinarh tonic. It promptly expels the impurities which cause pimples, gores and eruptions and by giving healthy action to the stomach und digestive organs it keeps the siystem in perfect order. Hood's Sarsaparilla t It Aiii.rlra'a ilrefttost Medicine, fl; alx t.r f.s Pn (.ureal only liy C. I. Hood & Co.. Lowell,Mam. Mood's Pills curt) Sic'V llemWhe...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 10 November 1898

* $.00100 nil ol Merchandise al IS Gents mi tie Dollar! * Ws bsvs bought tbe entire stock of tbs City FUckst Store and ptacs it on sals Ladies colored Hoes 06 Men's Woolen Undershirts 26 at fifteen cent* on the dollar! |500 worth of Tin, Enameled and Chinsware sll go at abont *i regular price. 500 pairs Shoee coating 11.50,12 and $3 tto at 100 Twelve B( ,„ Laundry Soap * 100 Ladiea Corseta 36 Mocha and Java Coffee 18 Baking Bowder per poond 05 300 article* costing 15 to 50c, of all descriptions ws hare placed on onr 5 snd 10c co-nter,. It will psy >oo to call early as good* at thsss prices will move quickly. "The Golden Rule." H. H. SCHOTT &CO. NOKTH YAKIMA AM) VICINITY. Photo scarf pins at Ilushnell's. 32 G. W. Gardiner has returned to the city after a prolonged ahsenrre. A nice line of la.ließ' underskirts »t The Wonder. The Woman*, club has decided to post pone the purchase, of ft piano for the present. Congressman-elect Jones was invited by telegram Wednesday to participa...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 17 November 1898

The Yakima Herald. VOL. X, I Do You Know 1 I THAT WE SELL | j—l BtfILBING PAPER I— f { >. Red Rosin Paper Light and Heavy Gray Rosin Paper Extra Heavy and Jj Fine Tarred Felt A and ** Oiled Sheathing. I The BEST qualities for the LEAST money. I I - =- ====___ _______— —— =====^ I |Wii hk k*|| *il 1 Pin f I *' _ ~ *" 1 M There's another line in which we shine and that's I Scrub Brushes Tl Tl TI 0 TT F P Horse Brushes Shoe Brushes XX \ | A Floor Brushes Stove Brushes -JllUUllljU Dusting Brushes m We have just received a large stock of the finest Brushes and we are selling them I l|j cheaper than you have been buying second grades at. * MIMA EWE COMPANY * l_a^_s_£_«_m^_«BHs_H_a«_Hm Ditter & Mechtel BAKERY, A RESTAURANT and **A ICE CREAM PARLORS. WHITE HELP ONLY EMPLOYED Clean Tasty Cooling Guaranteed. Regular dinner served from 11 a. m. to 2 p. m. Short Orders at all Hours doling the Day and Evening. A SHARE OF YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED EVERYTHING lEAT AID TASTY. THE RICHELIEU RE...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 17 November 1898

THE YAKIMA HERALD. ' ? ar" —•• - - HAII.KY a TIK.SLEV. l-.il.llali-r.. r ~~ . ' =- NOKTH YAKIMA WASH. IHE NEWS OF I WEEK: a"niii|ir#.fi»-iii»lv~ I:.-. i.- \a ..f tha lineort- Mllt II 'I II" ai iM l - "l th** t'l.-l \\ c. v < .11. <l From tl..- I . i ._ . i |.li l ..In Six of the Fergus Falls trnin robliers have beea captured. A fire and an explosion in a store in Hanover, Mass, killed four men. According to astronomical calcula tions a shower of meteors is due this month. Five hunrdod men wore thrown ont of employment by n firo in a ooppor mine at Houghton, Mich. Havana toreadors will petition Presi dent McKinley to permit professional bull-fighting iv Cuba under the new regime. Charles A. Wheelei cut his throat with a razor in the Woodmen's hall at Portland, Or. He left a letter, saying that drink wits the cause of his down fall. A fierco duel between the notorious Herr Wolff and tho Polish deputy, Chevalier de l.niewosz, is the sensation nf the hour in Vicuna. Swords wero th...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 17 November 1898

CLAIM 10 BE MISTREATED Bad Blood Apparent Among the Filipinos. AMICABLE RELATIONS DESIRED President McKinley ..-r.il to Burt tbe Slights Offered the Insurgents by •saame Naval and Army Officers. Hong Kong, Nov. 16.—The Filipino junta representatives of General Aguin aldo and tlie Filipino government here bave drawn up what they designate "an appeal to President McKinley and the American people." hut what is in reul itv rather in the nature of an arraign ment of American action in the Philip pines. John Barrett, formerly United States minister at Slam, was asked by the Jlnta to present the memoiial to tho "United States government and people. Mr. Barrett replied that, while he could have no official influence regarding tl c status of the matter, he was satisf'etl that a document which represented tho sentiments of tho.Filipinos would rn ceive at the hands of tho Americans ull tbe consideration it merited. The memorial says: "We. the Hong Kong representatives of our countrymen, appeal...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 17 November 1898

NF YAKIMA HERALD. BAII.EY. Tl'F.ial.KY & Mi COMB. PNhli.hem. Ps'illslcd evarv Thumday; snbucrlptlnn 11.00 pt r year In advance. Advertlilng rates upon application. THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 17, 1898. HARD TO CATCH. A railroad traffic sssociation is about as hard to catch as a California flea. The re.'ent snprsme court decision on this subject seemed tinsl and to all appear ances was all tbst conld bp dtsired, but subsequent events put another face on the situation. A recent dispatch states lhat genersl agents of the more promi nent railroads in the territory between Chicago and Pittsburg and Buffalo and the great lakes snd the Ohio river have decided that the organization under which they hsve heen working, the Cen tral Passenger Association, was in viola tion of the supreme court ruling in tbe joint traffic case. But instead of follow iug the lead <it the parties to the latter agreement and killing the association, it was voted to merely change the form of the constitution and elim...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 17 November 1898

fliraiin The Work They arc Doing and What They Propose to Do. ALL ARE WELL SUPPORTED The Conir.istlooal Sacred Muslcale Hi. Accredited Prof. Geone aad Com- pany at the M. E. Church—Other Church Items of Interest. The Congregational church on Sunday night was crowded by lovers ot" music, especially vocal music and their name is legion. The choir was a double qusrtet composed of some of the most talented vocalists of the city, while the instru mental musicians were represented by Mrs. Edward Whitson, organ; Prof. Nagler, violin and Ed. I/ovell, cornet; Rob Morgan baritone and T. hi roller flute. Mr. Geo. Vance, leader of the choir, was essisted by Prof. St. John, Mrs. Horsley, Mrs. Willis, Miss I/irnhnrd, Mrs. Bust wick, Mrs. Dr. linker and Mr. (iilbert. The program whs not fiil'v carried out owing to the illness of Mrs. (.iilbert. The opening anthem, "I will extol thee, O Lord," vta* followed by "The nation, that are saved" Mr. Geo. Vance leading with the solo part. Mrs. BoHtwick san...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 17 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 flpu. _----------^ BMMHMM ll^^^n^^ H^^^B^___a_m------------*aa* In Pianos the following makes stand *^ -=-_rrrrrr-rr=-=^r-==___rr= f]DP i AT \ _____ higher than all others in tone, || i -^-^--. i | |, _| f7=__=ri | . §jj Jfc 11 XI T Alll \ "T" finish and case: ffifigfi BgJIlE I PPf fl UIIUIUIU KlllglTDe I JSI /F%sS|# //fl F^jl ]!| I In Organs we can prove to you that lE__ZEl_CC!l___3Ciei-n. )?m^=^dm —-l^-WjLJ^^^ E ! 'j ! the reputations these makes bear -p**-} <__<af-a_*v^ f=^T* j5 rw*teD_ ~Mii ] are wortny °i t^ie"' name« __«_■_ _^-g ■ frf/f^ ■'' _ _____ ~" *- ■'■■* ■" ' ■'__—r—,— ---li__-__■_.■ ] I '_______ ' ■ (&*:■¥-- it J ___Ca.rrin.gton ' ~^=...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 17 November 1898

ii nnii? It Is Evident That Some One Was Overlooked WHO SHOULD HAVE SPOKEN At the Bitlflcitlon Me tint Saturday rllikt- The Railroad* are Experimenting oa Grasses for Arid Districts-More Houses Needed In Yakima. Last Sunday morning a Herald re porter picked up a manuscript on the street which certainly deserves an owner. It bears no address and has no marks by which its author can be traced. Il is un doubtedly a speech intended to be deliv ered at the ratification meeting in honor of CougreHsman-elert, Jones fin turd ay night. As no such hpeecli was delivered, it is evid >nt that, sorm, one was over looked who di I not exiiec', to be, and Tiik Hkkai.d takes the liberty of rc-prH diicin, the written spsch in full. The owner of the rnatiisiript. can hsve the same by calling at this ollice: Here it is: Mr Chairman, Ladies ami lieiitlcmen: While listening to the talks ot the previous speakers, I brielly outlined in my lulnd what I th.,light would be most fitting to say, and I would c...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 17 November 1898

OASTOHIA. Bean ths >»The Ki"d Yoa Haw Alwars Bo#l PROFESSION A L CA RDS. AJISS I). I WVSHItUKN, BTBNOORAPHBB anu TYPEWRITER. Room 4, Smaller Cadwell bio. k. over Till Hekai.p offlce. Nortti Yakinia, Wash • ARR'i.i B UKAvrra. Kllenabure. Ira I' Km.lunar. North . aklms / IRAVEB A KM. I.KH ART, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Rooms 7 and s. So< oad floor. Ktrst National Hank bull ling CNIVKLY A MILLER. ATTORNEYS AT LAW. r_r-iifflco "ver Yakima National Bank. Nortt Takirna. Will practice in all tha counsel tin -.Hlcaliii 0. S. land offlcea. I ONES .v. (il lIIRIE, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Over First National Bank. North Yakinia. *ml APARKBBj "SZSSSP ATTORNEYS AT LAW. gm~i><t"''- la tin! National Bank Building IJOI.Li; ••- RIUU, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Offices over Vakima National Bank. Nortr- Taklma, Waahlngton. f £. BANKS, it * DENTIST. iitlice uver loslolb. c. Yakima avenue, Nortl Yakima. r%B. DAVID RossEß, Physician and Surgeon office over Janeck Bros. lirug .tore, Rail dome onr lilh and iln-stniil....

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 17 November 1898

OUR GREAT LEADER© Majestic j Wiieeier & Wilson Sewing Hues llm 111 __ J ElT_B'fll more Majestic (* D_-a4-,_, i»_, ou . . 4-4-1 ._._ mfp,MPLEST^______B-H_^M 11QM UUI TFlTfiiiS-l Ii combined % $ > - < JOHN SAVVBRIDGE, sole agent Rrrubllcan Rrcrrtlon. Congressma_-.*lect W. L. Jones was given a reception and an ovation by his friends at Mason's opera house on Satur day night. Fireworks and music were a fitting prelude to the gala occasion, which passed off happily in the presence of • packed house—not a vacant seat. The speakers of the evening were Representa tive elect Englehart, Professor Barge, Dr. Hill, who also preside* 1, on b 'half of tbe republicans; and Messrs. Snyder, Miller and Boyle on behalf of the fusionists; Rev. H. M. Bartlett wittily designated himself as a mugwump, and made the hit of the evening in a humorous speech of the true post-prandial order. All of the speeches were in a haopy vein snd •n rapport with tbe audience. Mr. Jones closed with an eloquent an...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 17 November 1898

-«^Jfl3' dy *~m mmMr'-'m *. * \T' mJr^-C** \jfJL' J*~ **S»V..' \'ytsd_s_fa'"'"" n,v ' !'''''r''n' '"'ro AY* •j_ y/*y__»__i> s time 'Jl-rVWriul^ 11' '""' Wl' """" "*0 onr turkeys with n pret **atrj^r " ,J -".vf"' Mid ■ pretty ''lyjfraivsxa. hopefn! heart Bless /-CT_-'' *7?\ ."''ii. though, one boll ix* •*"'_^''V day trcrels so ijiilckly /fy , *^B*S), oP°n another's heels in fl* ' ■'HP?'t „lis Country that the ♦A . v\'"*f la-t colebratlon is in i- -'**• danger of tripping up *,m9_*2 .jr. 4 tire former one. It isa •■ fnst age, nnd yonr Du de Bam will no sooner get • >111 his memo randum b'aaak to sum i']i his cruises fa.r gratitude than December shoots out "Merry Christum-!" and the whole string of celebrations •eetna to break loose, Ii Is, Indeed, a fust age, my children, a fast ago. Why, time wns when it took thrw whole days to make a feast; one t" prepare for r*. "lie to get over it. ainl one to enjoy it leisurely. Wo rested from Christmas to Washington's birthday, nml then ba...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 17 November 1898

St. Jacobs Oil cures Rheumatism. 99mm AdY*-tui-s. St. Jacobs Oil cures Neuralgia. It is a well-known fact that most of St. Jacobs Oil cures Lumbago. the circulars sent to the busy men now- St. jacons Oil curea Sciatica. adays are consigned immeilint<dy to the St. Jacobs Oil cures Sprains. waste basket, without so much as a St. Jacobs Oil cures Bruises. hasty pemiL An Knglish timi, real- St. Jacobs Oil cures Soreness. ising this, got around tbe difficulty by St. Jacobs Oil cures Stiffness. printing tho following on the envelope: St. Jacobs Oil euros Backache. ' "Caution. Bomovo the envelope care -Bt. Jacobs Oil cures Muscular aches, fully «nd exorcise still greater care in handling tlio inclosed circulcar. Don't n..r„t n-t n-r sham. i throw it in tbe waste basket ot givo it Mrs. Newcombo (as she puts down to the servant to light tho tires with, ss the family paper, tonally to her hns- | the most disastrous results will follow, band)—Oh, Herbert, if I could pnly ' inasmuch as the c...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 17 November 1898

* $5000.00 null oi irclaifc al IS Cents i tic Dollar! * We bave bonght the entire stock of tbe City Racket Store and place it on sale Ladies colored Hose 06 Men's Woolen Undershirts 25 at fifteen cents on the dollar! |500 worth of Tin, Enameled and China-are all go at about M regular price. 500 pairs Shoes costing $1.50, $2 and |3 go at • 00 T _. e * ye Bart Lsundrv Soap 2s 100 Lsdies Corsets ■ Mocha and Java Coffee 18 Baking Bowder per pound 05 300 articles costing 15 to 50c, of all descriptions we hsve placed on our 5 and 10c , . .... CQ-terg, It will pay you to call early ss goods at these prices will move quickly. "The Golden Rule." H. H. SCHOTT & CO. NOKTH YAKIMA AND VICINITY. W. A. Saylor went lo Seattle Monday night. Vestal Snyder was in Tacoma on Wed nesday. A nice line of ladies' underskirtß at The Wonder. F. H. Spohn has iMsposed of five bales of Imps to E. A. I'oole at lS'.^'c. Buy the new breakfast food, Vitos, at Kinsey'a. .4 C. A. Anderson's little child is ill wit...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 24 November 1898

The Yakima Herald. VOL. X, I Do You Know ] I THAT WE SELL — i BHILBING PAPER I— Red Rosin Paper Light and Heavy Gray Rosin Paper Extra Heavy and I Fine Tarred Felt *** and ** Oiled Sheathine. I I I | The BEST qualities fer the LEAST money. I - 11 /sS^\ : - I I Mil in life We ito Ptee j I There's another line in which we shine and that's | \ ■ l I Scrub Brushes Tl Tl TT fl TT Tl fl Horse Brushes Shoe Brushes XX 1 \ -| _ \ Floor Brushes Stove Brushes UllUullJLlO Dusting Brushes We have just received a large stock of the finest Brushes and we are selling them I cheaper than you have been buying second grades at. * YAKIMA MRU CDMPANT *\ or?=a)s=_nii3i!__a(j3ijr_iE_i^.^ DintrilKlui BAKERY, *** RESTAURANT and j* ICE CREAM PARLORS. WHITE HELP ONLY EMPLOYED Clean Tasty CootiDH Guaranteed. Regular dinner served from 11 a. m. to 2 p. m. Start Onto at all Hours during tie Day and Evening A SHARE OF VOIR PATROSAfiE SOLICITED EYERYTHUfI HEAT ADD TASTY. THE RICHELIEU RESTAURANT Pmate Ifexn far La...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 24 November 1898

THE YAKIMA HERALD. li -1 1.v.. * lllallV. Publishers. r , . I I i NORTH YAKIMA. WASH. IHE NEW. OF 1 WEEK < pri 1..-t..l \i' Kevlew of the Import. ml II ii.p. 11 i ii_- of thia I'i.al \\ ,-,,U lull. .I I 1.. nit 1... 1.1. .graph Columns. Dr. Stephen B. Tyng, president of the American Chamber of Commerce died in Paris. The First Illinois volunteer Infantry, •which saw service in tho tnuu hes at Santiago, has buun mustered out of eervicH. Advices receiveal from Seoul say tho Corean government has issued orders Unit foreigneis are to bo stopped from tradlug in the interior. The four-masted schooner Talofa, Captain Fletcher, from Guantanamo for Port Tampa, in ballast, has been totally wrecked on Cozumol island, ofl the eastern ooast of Yucatan, and the captain sml seven of the men have ar rived at Progieoo, two of the men hav ing been drowned. The ship Atlanta, which sidled from Tacoma, loaded with wheat for Capo Town, IU ashore near Alsea bay. She had a crew of 27 men, only two of "w...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 24 November 1898

WRECK OF A BRITISH Si The Atalanta In the Breakers at Alsea Bay. TWENTY-FOUR MEN WERE LOST Vessel Was Raring Down the Toast In Thick W.ntli. r ll.aay Surf found ing tha Ship to l*leoes. Taquina, Or.. Nov. 3J.—Tho British shp Atalanta, oarryng a crew of 37 men and loaded with 3,800 tons of wheat, from Tacoma for South Africa, waa wrecked near Alsea bay yesterday morning, and so far as known thero ate but three survivors. The cause of tlie wreck of the Ata lanta and the circumstances attending it, produce a tale most harrowing. The mismanagement of the vessel by its officers is ascribed as the cause of the disaster, and tho crippling of the Ya quina life-saving station by a penurious laolicy of that department of the gov ernment, adds horror to tho situation. aaa only three survivors uver that some of their comrades on board the 6hip may yet be alivo. While the members of tho life-saving ciow are in sight of the wreck, they aro so far powerless to render assistance, owing to the want ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 24 November 1898

IHE VAKIMA HERALD. H..11.EY. TI'KSI.KV ._ Mi t'OMIt, I'ntilirahcrii. NMtsl e.t evirv Thumilar; unbwrlptlon 11.00 pir vi'»r In advance. Aalvertl»i*i|» raton iiimiii H|i|illiati»n. TIIVRSPAY. NOVEMBER 21. 1898. Cotton mills in Georgia have reduced wages and three thousand operatives pre on a strike as a result. The Turner asaociate ii.tertn s iv Ihe l.c Xii tnin.- .trial metier arc sold for fl ,800,000 lO lin'"»h s.nitiia'e. The United States oilers twenty mil lions for ttie Philippines; ttie answer of Spain must h<* in by next \I tr lav. The United States peace commission haa laid down ttie lew to Spain either to accept a cum of money and evacuate Ihe Philippines or go to war again. A novel citi'lition exists in Georgia on the su'ij'M't of a etrcolatirui me Initn. The house ol representatives in that slate has passed a bill providing Inr the issue of circulating currency notes to the extent of 7."> per cent ol the capital stock of any bank applying lor them. These notes are to ...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 24 November 1898

DUDLEY«SHOE * CO. Election is over but we are selling Shoes just the same s BlllY * SHOE * CO. lIIIUIW What is (ioiiiji on Dnilv of Interest to All Our People, MISCELLANEOUS REWS ROTES Items of Personal anri Local Mention Put Into Condense! Korm for "The Herald's" Busy Readers. Postmaster Sperry was a Seattle visitor last Saturday. A heavy snowfall on Monday .alighted the boys with sleds, likewise the fuel men. In an estimated Si'ii'torial candidates' Strength the Tacoma News cIaMM Yak ima county for Humes. A letter from Honolulu slates that Cor poral Ross of X company Vine sick with a fever as th» regiment left for Manila. The P. of A. members had a ronsins! open meeting on Saturday night, and an other one will be held next Saturday evening at the hall. Prof. I'ascius. ihe violinist, and an as eociate, a mandolin player and vocalist, participated in the musical services Sun day morning at the Episcopal church. Forty-eight new styles of buggies just received nt Schorn's direct from ...

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