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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 14 September 1893

GATHERED ABOUT HOME Personal, Social lad Bsslitss Events Locally Important MOTES FROM THE IADDIHG THRODG. * 1.r1.t n« «.».,l r . HIK •■ 1.. I „,,| tmnij. IHanwali la Arllve I iir. OrIK •■ r.pnl.r %,r. u1.n.,, H ,, d New* Ham* «.<•>•. miii. liuy your children school shoes at .-. h.ilt Mr... Kotlyn will soon complete a system ol electric lights. Mr». Daniel U<»h and family are so journing at Cle-K.lum. Children's school shoes at wholesale cost price «t Schott Hror' Men's band sewed shorn t<> now %■, and *;. shoes now *I, at Hchott Rros. RM Mrs. W. 1. l.ince and a cousin from West Virginia will arrive in the morning. I'rivate hoard and lodging wanted by a young man. Call at or address this office. Horn—To £he wife of Norman Wood hatise, on ths Ahtanum, Heptemlier 10, 1893, altoy. Mnloch, the unnatural father, of £po kaoe, mentioned on the first page of this issue, is still at large. Hon. Ira M. KruU expects that Mrs. Knit* will arrive home tomorrow from an extended visit...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 14 September 1893

Robert JVlacai re. loonnsrKii CHAPTER XIV A Did OF BLOOD. It was now nearly midnight, and a deep silence reigned in and abont the onberge of Lea Bons Amis—a silence nnbroken saved by the hoarse croaking of the bull frogs la the marsh away beyond the cornfields. It waa a world in miniature—a very microcosm—that peaceful village inn, I for within its walls this summer night I every phase of human life was repre sented. Faith, hope and charity dwelled there with joy and love, while beside them were shame and despair, with greed and theft and stealthy footed mur der. The moon was high iv tho heaven!-, her ' wan face pale with the scenes of misery ! and crime on which she had looked that night and of which she was to witness yet another. Within the house every one was asteep save Remond an d his conf edera te. They had spent some time in oiling and clean' ing the key, which had apparently not been nsed for some time, and now in quite ready for their villainous enter prise. They hod decid...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 21 September 1893

VOL. V. nonumioxALCAMtm, JOHN A. KKOWN, ATTORNEY AT LAW, lU«e<titt.ii.h."l « taw uwhl In the Knhtlman Milliliim. Will prritUe In all mufti ol tbvutate. JJ^ J. HNIVKLY, ATTOKNEV AT LAW. g& oil!i •• out VnkiniK Nntliinal Hunk. North YMkltua. Will pnetJra in all tbv'MturUot the •Mi mid IT. h. land offlres. j{KAVl(t* MII.KOY, iiVV.r.o'v ATTORNEYS AT LAW. #W»|II HMki I" '11 l'""irl« "I the HUte. -I-'-'iitl nil. iiti'iu Klvt*n to «ll D. s. luiul ofd liiikliiok. North S«klm«. W»sh. W. L. MM : M. KEWMIK, JONES 4 NEWMAN, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Roonifl 4 A '' over First National I'nuk. WHITSONAI'AKKEUI 'i""> whit»o» ATTORNEYS AT LAW f^Uflln lv Pint National Hank ButldlDß. £«•_ O. MORFORD, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Practical in all Court! In tbe Slate. EiveWal attention to CnllcfttonM. office up fltalni, Yak ni'i Natloual Dauk Ilull'llng. IT M. VANCK, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Olllcu HI Klt>t National Bank. .- v> • .:•; •( tentioo nil in i.. I mil OOlce builnoo. pRKI) MILI.KR, ATTORNEY AT LAW. OrrirK...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 21 September 1893

THE YAKIMA HERALD. tsars* fvkhy thimdai. $1.00 PKR AXVVU. TS ADVANCE. itartWH fata r«.» Artist. W. W. WATSO", I JIM. R. CO«. Editor. I Bwlam Man»*«T FRANK DlCKSOS,Solicitor an<l Collector Oicial Paper ef North Yatima. THE TBSEE ORE AT CAUSES. Senator Daniel, of Virginia, occupied the attention of the senate on Thursday list in a well-directed argument in oppo sition to the repeal bill, in which he said he would attempt to demonftrate, as he was confident he could, that the world wide monetary convulsion was due to three principal causes: First, the enor- niooi increase in debt; second, the con tinaoai and unprecedented (all in prices (or over a quarter of a century; third, contempt lor the bimetallic basis of credit at the dictation of the European money king*. He laid more money was needed, and the repeal of the Sherman act would hare a contrary effect. It would contract the currency by 150,000,000 per annum. He favored a Bound currency, every dollar of which should be maintaine...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 21 September 1893

»i iinMiiim MUM * ntiiKß. hardware, Stoves, Jipu/are I»I^TJIVIUI.><i, 10i«.. fluku(r\T) ai?d U/ipt^r Styles What I I MM wear* count* d>r a uchml ilenl in this civilized ap. I am now ready with an entirely nrw utork of Elegant Imported and Domestic Patterns at price w Him ea»y grasp. Call ami sit my stork and net prirra WHITE, THE MERCHANT TAILOR, HHin.t ki.ivimhii. immmM m iiuim HID. W. WH'TS Yaklma Avenue North Ya.K.lrrin. . E. M. HARRIS, TrtE. CftStt GROCE.R having ikterminep to h> iusinkss on a cash kasis MY PATRONS Wll.l. KKMKMHKK THAT My Terms fire Strictly Cash To Aril! e^TRICKS tOWn THAN KVKK._^J Call at the Corner of First and A Streets. i:. >i. iiAintis. W-A-IRJD BROTHERS have /USI BKCBtVKI) \ iink link dt Boots & Shoes Kor t!ie Acfomodation of the Spring mil Dill mi Trade. TTIN E GROCERIES, VV> carry a lar^!> «t<H'l> of Staple anil Fancy lirocorie.t, wlii< li are offered at living prices. Give us * call. Corner Yakinin Aven'ie nn<l Firs...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 21 September 1893

•he warning voice. L The tall leaflets trees in the little dell rfir dens, locally speaking) creaked and jjToaned in the sad winter wind, and th« praters of the born foamed and fretted •bout the great gray bowlders contin uously. A dull, red sun scarce man- I aged to pierce through the prevailing gravness, and masses of blue black cloud lay lew upon thehoricon. Any one familiar with the district that wild, bleak, barren country contig uous to the Chevoit range—would have knows Instinctively that bad weather was in store, that the long expected snow would make its appearance ere long. Between the fitfnl gusts of wind there i was something solemn and impressive in the aspect of nature and in the heavy, lifeless atmosphere, something that sug gested • breathless waiting for the com ing storm. Meanwhile ths scattered flocks of sheep moved in a leisurely fashion along the steep sides of the fells, and a pair of lovers lingered in the dene, too absorbed in their own insignificant portion ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 21 September 1893

MTHERED ABOUT HOME 'Oil, Swill tod Business Events Lactllj Important. S FROM THE MADDING THRONG. ri.i >i (.••»i|>. hii« «t rait anal ■ nr|. »lo«. mm I. la l.llir l.lf«, lit •« •"•pnl«r «pr, mmian antf \ r «• • llfon I'n.t.n,. Smith, of this city, was in Tacoma ;rd«r. your children school shoes at tiros tcl-ean is in the city for a week 'belan. avel is increaing and h itel men ..iking pleaaanter. , t. Sweeney, the well known brewer -Attle, la in the city, ank Bartholet visited friends in naburgh on Sunday. ii!<lron's school shoes at wholesale price at Scbott Bros.' Irs. J. <i. lioyle, of Kllensbur^h, is .ing relatives in this city. i:ia Sam Vinaon,of Spokane, was in city this week on official business. The wife and children of Wilbur Kirk in ariived from Walla Walla last week. Men's hand sewed aboes $U now ♦ >, id (C> shoes now i I, at Schott Bros. 31tf City Clerk Bartholet will probably com •lete his assessment of city property next jreok. Born—At North Yakima, on ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 21 September 1893

MATTER FOh THE MASSES litenstlßg iDforaatioD Relating to Cnrrtot Eieits. POLITICAL. R2LIGIOUS AID GENERAL. <-»a4raw« New* lr»n the llurrj !■« »'»rld Ab»»l I • Prrparrd lor Tkm «ta R<-«« A* Tkey Km- Ml»rrii««»«u« Matter. The Worlds fair will close October 31. Minnesota has $1,975,000 in the state treasury. Grasshoppers are doing great damage to crops in lowa. Another destructive flood in China de stroys thousands of live*. Mitchell and Corbett will fight at Coney Island early in Itocember. Sbkago socialisu are to have a full ticket in the field at tbe fall election. About 12,000 men who were idle in Pittsburg two weeks aw are at work again. Treasurer Isense, of Wbatcom, has beon arrested for embezzling 147,000 of the city's funds. An incendiary fire in Snohomisli on Saturday night destroy id %&,«0u of prop erty and the city records. Frick, the Carnegie manager at Pitts burg, has had his salary of $50,000 a year reduced to (35,000. R. D. Kathrens, secretary of a large oil co...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 28 September 1893

VOL. V. nonaaioxAi cards. JOHN A. BROWN, ATTORNEY AT LAW, lla>r<tal>ll*ln-.l a la« nfhrr In the Kalirlmau hnlMlnr Will i,rrrtl<-» lv all rnnru <>» thutate. || J. SNIVKLY, ATTORNEY AT LAW. »*a»-"il.' ■■ over Yaklina Natluual Hank. North Ynkliiia Will practice ill all Ih« rmmaof tho Matl and V. H. lainl offlcea. uiavh a mxaoT, ;j» «»"» 11 Is.*, mi ii,.', ATTORNEYS AT LAW. #9" Will |,rmlli|, lv all MM "I thp HUte. l», I*l attention t-lven to all r. H. land officr MM North Vuklma. Wath »'. L. JONI!>. J K. MHU, fONKS & NKWMAN, aj ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Roonm 4 A ■ over First National Rank. WIIITKON APARKKRf "'»« writmiii '» i r«iD rtitti ATTORNEYS AT LAW Oa^-Offlco In Flrat National Bank Bnlldinf. C O. MORFORD, ATTORNEY AT LAW. I'rai lii-ea In all Courts In the State. ■SBBSlal 'ilU'iitiiiii to Cullertlniia. OBr« up rtalrn. Yak lma National Hank-Bnlldlnr. r|' M. VANCK, ATTORNEY AT LAW. <i(llif over Klr»t National Batik. Hperlal at ti-Titlnii Riven to I jiu.l Offlce ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 28 September 1893

THE YAKIMA HERALD. INI Kl> IVKIV THIIKDII. #2.00 PKR AKNU*. IN ADVANCE. UictWil late o*n »»iliratioi. W. WWATBOM, I JA» X rOI, Idltor. I BaslneM Manner riuNK DlCKßOM,Solicitor and Collector. Official Paper of North Yatima. A LEBBOS IS ISSVKASCE. The failure o! the Washington Farmers' Insurance company, of Spokane, will ■ hit/ with it a severs lessou to those farmers who were so simple as to be duped by such spurious orgsnlxstion* as the claaa of which the above-named «cbeme is a sample. It ought to have lieeo apparent even to the uninitiated in such fake business that the concern was wholly unworthy the support of a farmer or any one else; that it had notcomplie<l with tbe conditions required by the state to enable it to operate herein; that it hail not complied with the requirements 01 honest insurance business by becoming a "board company," thus putting itself on a footing with honorable organization!!, with an equal chance for legitimate profit. Had the farmers been dispose...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 28 September 1893

GATHERED ABOUT HOME Personal, Social and Business Events Locals Important. HOTES PROI THE MADDING THRONG. « l.rkl -I <-«...lp. 811. *f ran .nit »»"<>. i mi. in AaHta I.ii,. Brill »l ■■•pul.r •■wrßlanan mid *cwn Items Ucaerallr. Judge J K. LMb, aj Seattle, ia in the city. Buy }our children school shoe* at Sthott Broe ' Children's school shoes at wholesale cost price at Schott Bra*. 1 A. W. K.ngle, state fair commissioner, ia in the city from Seattle. Charles Adams has been appointed pout master at Fort Simcoe. Men's hiiii'l wired shorn *i, now %■'<, and $.') shoes vow fr», at Schott Hros'. Itorn—On Thundav, September 21, 1803, to the wife of \V. K. Goodall, • «on. Itiehop Well*. of ttie KpiK'opal church, will visit St. Michael* parish Sunday, October 8. Horn—ln North Yakima on Friday, September i 2. 18«», to the wife of Mr. Horton, a boy. The ladies of the M. E. church, are ar ranging to hold an art loan on Novem ber 21th and tU. MM, (Jeorge 11. Watt, of Pullman, Is visit...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 28 September 1893

liTTEB FOE THE MASSES literatlig ißfornntlea Relitiog to CirrHt Brents. POUTICiL, REUCIOOS ARD GENERAL <•"<»■•♦« X<WI Iran liar llnrry '»« Wsrlt Akont If rrr.nrrd lor TIMS* VN Rf-ad As They Han •HacallstaiestM Matter. Vancouver's district mart calendar in clodea 17 divorce cim. The public achool library bu started .it Sprsgue with 76 volumes. An effort i« being made to organiie an association of Indian war veterans in western Washington. A direct telegraph cable line between Australia and Canada is expected to be completed in two jvars. In a well-regulated family the olive branch ol peace is sometimes a sto-n hickory sproot.— Dallat Ntvi. Messrs. J. F. Butcher and D. B. South ern are preparing to take a trip to the valley lands about Mt. Adams. Their purpose is to explore that region pretty thoroughly in search of desirable land. Mr. McLeod, who is placer minimi on the Wenatchee, has given orders for the Chinese to go, and in the absence of assistance enforces hit own order...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 5 October 1893

VOL. V. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. JOHN A. BROWN, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Haiettabilfilied a law office In th« Kshtlman building Will IMM iv allrosrtaol thoautr. JJ J. HNIVELY, ATTORNEY AT LAW. I rtT-om. i- over Yakdna National Rank, North Vaklma. Will practice In allth«<-ouruof the -•«'.- ttu\ I*. K. land . .fl.i •■• |{EAVIB * MILROY, , > t \\*™\ ATTORNEYS AT LAW. JVWIII practice in all CoarU of the State. S"ih-, vi atlentlun «iven to all 13. S land office hunlnrir North Yaklma, Wash. w. L. MM ' ■• !«*•» »», JONKS A NEWMAN, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Rooms 4 A 5 over First National BanV ™™™™* ATTORNEYS AT LAW. AP-Offlrr In Flr.t National Bank Rulliliiiit. g O. MQRFORD, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Practice! tn all Courta In tho State. Erpei-lal attention to Collection!. Office up atalra. Yak- Ima National Rank Building. '£" M. VANCE. ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office over Flret National Bank. BptN-lal at tentiou xlven to i.an>l Office haiilnen. JfRED MILLER, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Orrici with 11. }. smyKLY. L iDitfd Stairs...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 5 October 1893

PMCIMA HERALD. ■TaUtV TBI'MsMY. ANNUM. IH ADVANCE. MNrtUef lain I>. AtftliraiMi. W.W.WAiaOM, I JA». *.. CO*. ■dttos. I liUdw Kuinr MUSK PirKSOX. Solicitor ul Colin-tor Plotl Paper of North Yatima. FRILLS, FLOVSCEB AND FURBE LOWS. Now that the lady managers in the Washington department tf the World's lair have settled their personal differences in a manner tatiafactnry to themselves and to the great relief of a Buffering pub li -, extraordinary prquisites in the form of frills, flounces and furbelows, hats, hsir ■ :ns and hoaiery, gowns, gloves and girdles, shoes, skirts and silkaleens, " lists, wallets and wrappers, and the nstof the snmnier catalogue of a Chicago i'ry goods house, hare begun to be un covered in each wholesale lota as tn justify the suspicion that the state will finally be compelled to employ an auc t -uneer to dispose of the second-hand ■ -0.-k. Now, when the women ought to > peak, they are silent; but when they -! mild bar* been alien*, they talked ail •lie ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 5 October 1893

GATHEREDJBOOT BOMf Personal, Social and Business Eient! Locally Important. ROTES FROI THE MADDING THRONG, A t.n.i at «..-..i r . mi. «t rail >. m* »««•<>, Tln« rm<-ni« la li 111 r I.|fr, Drllt af Papalar < launn H „d yrm • llnm Cm. lull; 8«e Mm. I'ary'a announcement pit* wb»r». But your children school shoes al Schott Bros.' Children* school shoe* at wholwsW cost price at Schott Broc' Merchant K. W. R. Taylor, of I'router. was in the city yesterday. B»nj. F. Mi Murtry, of Prosaer, was in the city durini: the week. Troop C will attend St. Midiaela Kpis copal church Sunday at 11 a.m. Dr. Frank C. Buckner, of IWwr, In in the city on land office business. (i. M. Mi X inm■> left last ni^l.t for I business visit at Monnm . Idaho. Born—ln thin cilyon Oct. 1, 1893, to the wife of C. D. Klemn>>ng, twin*. Men's hand sewed shoes to now *">, and |3 shoes now ft, at Schott Bros. Mrs. J. 11. (ireer and children have re turned from a visit to Itiitish Columbia. A meeetin...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 5 October 1893

PfTHE BOP FARM Toe Hop-Honse Dtoce and Those Who Engage li It. PORTABLE OASB AID ITS IE! OSES ♦ W*B«srfal HM-rirmni Hacklsi*. «>•■•! link Year Eras With H»p- KtalßMl n»<> (.rnrtnl, a r.n, t'UI« en the tegna. il >l> dance* are about as important a feature of the hop harvest time aa the picking of the hop*, and both are at their heat mat now. I Mil yon ever pick hope or go to a hop dance? Then yon have miated eiperi enren of which nothing can take the plat-*. The work is bard, the honi* are Ion? in the field, bat the fan when the work Is over, and the field haa been de « ■ ;.-d for the day, and the sun haa act, ia fascinating anoagh to make it all up. At !«aetthat li what thousand* of hop picker* think about it. In New York atate and the east generally the worker* are made up of "home pickers" and "for eign picken." « iv are of many condition* in life. Tli" "saleslady" from New York, Utica or Syracuse, who take* bar vacation in the hopfield, earning her way the while, w...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 12 October 1893

VOL. V. PROFESSIONAL CAHDS. JOHN A. BROWN, ATTORNEY AT LAW, > Haiestablished ■ law offlra In the Eshdnisn balldlu|. Will timllr-e Iti all rnurts of the utate. IT J. BMVELY, ATTORNEY AT LAW. 0m Offlo ovn Yaklma National Rank. North Vatlma. Will (irartlr* In all tba^ourtf of tbe 3UMand I. r>. laii'l offloea. KEAVIfI 4 MILROY. !**•»• ATTORNEYS AT LAW. MB-Wlll prartlre In all Courts of the State. riMvlal attention (tv«n tn all I' K. UIIII office butioeu. Nnrtb Yakima, waata. •■ W. L. JOHM. i «. MWMAN, JONES A NEWMAN, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Rooms 4A 5 over First National Bank. "^yHITSONAPARKEKI JJJf^Ji™" ATTORNEYS AT LAW. CaVOfflce I" flrat National Bank Rulldlnt. g O. MORFORD, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Practices In all Courts In thu Klitc k-.im-.-Ihl attention to Collections.- Office up italra, Yak .ima National Hank Building. fj» M. VANCE, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office oTer First National Batik. Special at tentlou xlven to l.mi-1 Office business. pRED MILLER, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Orrim with H. J. snivil...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 12 October 1893

THIKKDII . ANNUM. Ilf ADVANOK. ■Ktrtiniu late* l>i lffikati»i. ■Pw. WATHOS, I JAB. ft. COI, w Kdltor. | ButOMl Viiwii, FRANK niCKSON. Solicitor and Collector Olcial Paper of North Yatiaa'. WE DOyT VAST IT. Opinion i» quite positively divided od the quMtioo M to whether or not Gov ernor McGnw should call an extra ses ■ion ot the legislature. It is urged by Republican papers that our state abould have ful! representation in the national congress daring the effort to determine such important lesialation as that of financeUnd tariff. This argument would be reasonably conclusive if it were safe to assume that the senator chosen would •<apply anything more than a partisan de mand for voting strength. But it is not probable that he would be more than an additional advantage to the filibustering element in congress, whose aim seems to l« to defect honest legislation and pro long a purposeless sesfion at great ex pense to the people. Of this outrageous tendency in the I'nited States se...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 12 October 1893

Ca,.isl» MaKar .».! HU Ttmrntg,,,. The fact is that the excellent car>t»( «f the Cmbna, Captain McKay, v.„ Httlomon* "pen with his passen^. n thi was quite prudent. With the laudab desire of .paring them any unneeewar anxiety, he informed them plainly of th canse of th«stoppage of their course an genially assured them of their perfec safety. So far, so good. The passenger had a right to ask that much, and it wg but sensible to let them know the trnt] and not imagine worse things for tkm atlrea. But what the paasengm had n. right to ask for was information a. t. the conrsw that the captain was going t< pursue, and Captain McKay mad" i mistake in not reubbing the first gentle man who questioned him on the subject •Why don't you send up rockets?" on. of the paswmgers U aaid to have plain lively demanded. "There will be tim. enough for rocket, when n v«wrl conn near enough to ace them," answered th« captain evasively, but courteously The politeness wu fatal. After th« implied admi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 12 October 1893

=r=rGO rIX) .: C iV. PIBCHER, tailor, tteV 1 niraei CLEANED, DYED, REPAIRED, OTiie I «il«»iiiiic. gPITMC-OfaWM Pit SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. CA 1.1 l'«— " If""* II 1,. II ■> CO-OP. HUM U, . JX. -I? .1 rvDV—/J1 Pi IN/y NORTH UKIMA. What Did Your Ice Cost Last Year? IT WIIX COST LK.ss Cf^ ~~——-_m _ THIS YKAH IK YOl' <Bi—otriaßa^^ trVTWiSim^tk I,l' v- Till.' know what you are buy- * r-^J Inc an.) lei it )•■■ the q&M beat • OaXff^ ' 9?*« * "T^L^^blg^g^g^L^gH * 'W SlMay Htavt *-^ '^L " YOi: ABE WISE ijfe WALTON '& ATHERTON, AGENTS, NORTH YAKIMA. GREAT SPEAR HEAD OOSy9T£ST. %-^ AND *tg^/ SAVE THE TAOB. On Hundred and Seventy-Three Thousand Tw Lii^Tf! ttd Rfty Min> $473,250.00 In valuable Presents to bo Civn Away In Return for SPEAR HEAD TAGS, 1,185 stfm waroaia eloiwoold watcbb «m,tioi 6.T75 FINE IMHiHTF.B rRBXCR OPEfIA <il.\*-F.:S Mf)KOTi'.I >(.■ !. BLAric knamkl TKiMMiNii.*, i.; .\n.\?.ii;;:» ai i-i:»... ■: . vo 23,100 IMPOIITEI> ORRMAN Bt'OICII'U'.N r.VMUME, VO...

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