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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 15 November 1894

The Grandest of Aril Blanket Offers! During the Next Thirty Days we will offer our regular $7.50 all-wool Blanket at $5.00 Per Fair To give all a chance to get good blankets for less money than ever before. . . . ME YAKIMA HERALD. E. M. REED. EPITIiR AND MANAUKR. '•nbllstaed every Thnrsday; subscription ti.OO per year In advance- Advertising rates upon application, 'IKKHI.M, PAPER OF NORTH YAKIMA. THURSDAY, NOVEMRER 1."., 1894. If the stale legislature just elected attends to the business of dividing the state into congressional districts it will develop the fact that Washington is enti tled to three representatives instead of two—one each for the districts and ono at large. Probably we will be entitled to four by the time of the next apportion ment, in which case Yakima would be the center of the third district. During the exciting hours iollowing the late election, our fellow townsmen, H. H. Allen,late democratic candidate for sher iff, and John A. Brown, both natives of Pike coun...

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. — 15 November 1894

READERS' HEWBY Ml A Regular Festival cf Many Good Things 1 SPREAD BEFORE "HERALD" PATRONS » teem Mm mmt tmmasmma* laaa aaaaal lour iinu. it. Ilnlaaa I ills sVMt-MMtl *•«• i..ii.. isl Interest to All. Kleth W. Ibiiilop returned from bis I'Msser ranch on Mouday. ( l,iirles Adams ami Archie Mclean were in the city from Fort Simcoe on Saturday last. Mr. Hugh liiinlup, a brother of Mr. Keith W. Dunlop, of l'rosser, is in Yaki ma from Santa Clara valley, Cal., for a long visit. Senator Esheliiian left on Friday morn- j ing last for his home in Tacoma. To n reporter he stated that he would not re turn a 'hoi this winter The Big Bend Empire says that a wagon load of watermelons brought all the nay (mm Yakima found a ready sale M the streets of Waterville. Mrs. Brooke, of Seattle, arrived here Wednesday to remain until after the mar riage of her sister, Miss Allen, » hich is to occur on the 12th of Decemlier. Leonard Georges, representing Sher man, Clay A Co., musical instruments, of San Fra...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 15 November 1894

Here's a Pretty How-de-do 500 "STarcis of Tapestry and. Brussels Oar-pets Damaged t>y Water 'Will "be Sold at Discount of from 85 to 50 Per Cent. STATE 1» (.EUSIL SEWS. The "losi Inlrreallaaar Happenings • f Ike World Hailed llsnu lor ••Ilrrnl.1" Renders. The report tbat the government would issue so additional fifty millions ot bonds to maintain-tlie gold reserve is denied Garretaon, Woodruff tt Pratt, the pro prietor of the Feople's Store, Tacoma, have failed with liabilities roughly esti mated at $400,000. Brigadier General Alexander Mcl .well McCook has been appointed major gen eral of the t*. S. army to succeed General O. O. Howard, retired. lieorge W. Boggs. ex-city treasurer of Tacoma, has lieen arrested on the charge of embezzling $.'3,.'J68.51 nf public fundi. He wis released on $-."1,000 bail- Sichel i. Mayer, dealers in cigars and tobacco, at Portland, have made sn as signment ; liabilities $43,000. Mr. Sichel j was formerly a merchant at Goldendale.; The funeral of th...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 22 November 1894

VOL. VI. I'ROEE.SSIONAL CARDS. SJ C HKNTON, 10. ATTORNEY AT LAW. I'rartlrefi In Federal ami all State Court*, offlre , over Yakima National Hank. 1 n. mark, DENTIST. ainioo over Poatollice, Yakiina sveiiue. North Yakima. yi' W. MiCOKMICK, M. I>., SURGEON and PHYSICIAN, j tifticc In Kshelman lllock. Kesldciuc. < or. M : and Pine streets; :i houses south of Hotel Yak : lina. IT J. SNIVELY. ATTORNEY AT LAW. SSe-i mi. ,• over Yakima National Rank. North Yakima. Will practice lv all tha courts of tbe State and I', if. laud offices. RKAVIS A MILROY, tJ "> ««»vts I a. a. MiLK'n ATTORNEYS AT LAW. o*re-\\ ill practice lv all Courts of tbe SUI*. Special attention Riven to all U. H. laud offli c business. North Yakima, Wash. w. l. imam, i, a- mewman JONES A NEWMAN. ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Over First National Bank. North Yakima, Wash D. It. MACKINNON I. D. SHRANK ATACKINNON .. MURANE, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Rooms 1 and 2 Lowe Bl'k. North Yakima, Wash. JOHN A. BROWN, ATTORNEY AT LAW. firllce In Ks...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 22 November 1894

The Grandest of ftll Blanket Offers! During the Next Thirty Days we will offer our regular $7.50 all-wool Blanket at $5.00 Fer Pair To *ive all a chance to get good blankets nTT"TI^T? I*l3 rfcTTT!7"D Q for less money thin ever before. . . . i/11 1 JIiXV Jj-XtU Ixiliiiio ME YAKIMA HERALD. E. M. KEEP, EHITOIt AXII __>_•*_. t'ublislieit every Thursday; subscription agio I«r year In advance, Mvettftatag rates upon application. OKEICI.U. PAPER OF NORTH YAKIMA. THURSDAY, BOVBMMMM ft, 18:>4- DANIEL, THE PROPHET. A sagacious observer once said that a prophet was not without honor suve in his own country and among his own |«o ple. Subsequent experience stems to have endorsed the finding. There is no mistake aliout it for our own—we beg pardon, Klickitat's Daniel, is also among tbe prophets. He has lieen interviewed in Tacoma and has in a deliewte ami graceful way pronounced a woe upon po litical corruption. While bis expressions were graceful there was still a denuncia tory vigor about...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 22 November 1894

READERS'NEWSY FEASt 1. A Regular Festival of Many Good Things SPREAD BEFORE "HERALD" PATRONS iiiini lour si»i, r« and sasarfnais laaai I tour Aaaaats St. •> _ This Wfpk l.lltlf aide Issue* af liii.Mt taa 111. John A. Shoudy, of Kllcnihurg, was in loe >-i!y on Tuesday. John Ketd was an Kllenthurg visitor on Salurday last ('has. Adiiins, of Ki. Miiici»>, was a vis itor in Yukima „n Monday last. Ilyman Harris returned on Tucrdoy from his lengthy liusinesstrip toTacoina. Miss Maud Maher and Mr. O. M. Lat imer came down from Kllenshurg Sunday. Kx-iiiivcrnor tiilman, ol Minnesota, is in the city on a short visit with hisdaugh ter, Mrs („ S Hankin. And still the candidates for marshal continue to spring up. The latest is J. K. Mulligan—and he makes the ninth. J. C. McCrimmoii, \V. O. Knox and \V. L. Couolly returned on Saturday from their trip to Portland, coming overland (rom The Dalles. The honds for school district No. 7, iv the sum ol 190,660, have lieen sild — the directors h...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 22 November 1894

Here's a Pretty Ho w-de-do ©OO Yards of Tapestry and Brixssels Oar-pets Damaged "by Water "Will Toe Sold at Discount of from 35 to 50 Per Cent. STATE .!» (,EIEI.IL JEWS. The sio«i Inn r, siniki Happenings nt ihe World Balled Dawn far "Heraalal" Readers. Chilburg's restaurant, at Tacoma, has gone into the hands of a receiver. Mexico is preparing to give battle to Guatemala and is turning out munitions of war and enlisting troops in a most threatening manner. Worden, the California train wrecker, has been convicted oi murder and sen tenced to be hanged on the l.th ol Feb ruary. The crime for which he will sut ler tbe death penalty was committed during the railroad strike. Kobert Fitrsimmons, while sparring with Con Kiordan, at a theater in Syra cuse, Nov. 16, struck Kiordan a blow on tbe chin which was followed by death a few hours later. Fitzsimmons was ar rested on tbe charge of manslaughter and was released on $10,000 jail. J. M. Buckley, formerly assistant gen eral manager of the ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 29 November 1894

vol. VI. PROFESSIONAL CARPS. *al 0 HENTON, ATTORNEY AT LAW. rrtrtim in Fcilital mid nil HUte Court", ufflrf , over Yakima National Hank. H. HARE, DENTIST. iiflii-e mer Poatollicc. Yakinia avenue. North Yakiina w. Mccormick, m. i>., SURGEON and PHYSICIAN. uiin'c in Kslielmau Block. Residence, cor. 3rd aud I'lne streets; 3 houses south of Hotel Yak Una. TI J. SNIVELY, ATTORNEY AT LAW. SJ^iittii c over Yakima National Hank, North Yakima. Will practice In all the courts of tbe State anil 17. s. land offices. I.EAVIK * MILKOY- !i. ..Yi^Y ATTORNEYS AT LAW. JJX^-Wlll practice In all courts of the State, -iwclal attention given to all V. 8. land offli-o | business. North Yakima. Wash. r.LMBi i. a. mmamna JONES A NEWMAN. ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Over First National Hank. North Yakima, Wash V. a. MACKIHMON < ■ I. _-S_«S "YTACKINNON A MURANE, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Rooms 1 and I Urn* Bl'k. North Yakima, Wash. JOHN A. BROWN, ATTORNEY AT LAW. offlce In Eshelman bnilding. Will practice tv all courts of...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 29 November 1894

The Grandest of Aril Blanket Offers! $7.50 To give all a chance to get good blankets T^TTWTs-cm nriAmTTCin o for less money than ever before. . . . -DlllEß BROTHERS THE YAKIMA HERALD. E. M KEEP. EIIITOK AND MANAGER. Published every Thnrsday; snbacrlptlon 12. per year In ailrsnrv. Advertising rates upon application. OFFICIAL PAPER OF NORTH YAKIMA. THURSDAY, NOVEHRER ft, M* CARROLL WRIGHT HITS MACK. Carroll Wright has replied l.rietly but moat vigorously to the open letter in the Railway Age which charged gross inaccu racy in the findings of the strike commis sion. It cannot lie for a moment doubted that Mr. Wright has had at his com mand fuller sources of information than has the Railway Age. He says deliber ately that "every material position taken by the Railnay Age is false." He also claims that the evidence taken by the commissioners, and which is shortly to be published by congress, will prove tbe correctness of their findings. If this be so, and we must all hope that it is, the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 29 November 1894

READERS' NEWSY FEAST. -r A Regular Festival ot Many Good; Tilings SPREAD BEFORE "HERALD" PATRONS; Uhai Vassr Klslss- aaaaal a*ar<a>tas iiis anal » our Aaaaals Ann £ : This Week-Mill* (Ida- laaara of The local W. C. T. V. will meet at the home of Mr*. D. B. Greenwalt on Tues day, December 4. at .1 p. in. Born, Sunday, Novemlier .ti, to Mr and Mrs. Mullan, First street residents who recently arrived from South Dakota, v son. Mr. and Mrs. Pleas Bounds celebrated j their crystal wedding on Tuesday by in- ! viting lv a few friends for a great dinner. They were Dr. Hill and wife, Mrs. Phil Fitterer, of Kllensburg, Mrs. Nevin, Mies Meyer, Miss Fitzgerald, Mr. Court Meyer. The next entertainment ol the Cinder ella club will be given at the home of Mrs. George S. Vance. It was postponed * week on account of the chrysanthemum carnival, ami will occur on Thursday, December ii. Au interesting program is anticipated. Mr. M. 0. Tibbett* arrived in the city on Tuesday from Everett, bringing ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 29 November 1894

A Nice Pair of 10-4 Blankets for $1 Christmas Presents for the Millions LOMBARD k HORSLEY Woven Wire Springs for $1.75 Each irifl «& 6EIEKIL HEWS. The 'loss Inirrmiii; II si ppsulnas nt lis* \« nrld Balled lisun for "Herald" Header*. Sheriff Anthony Meade, of Kittitaa county ia suffering from paralysis of hia left side. A. J. Splawn is feeding about 800 head of cattle, purchase'l in Okanogan county, near Elleosburg. The only son of Governor Pennoyer, of Oregon, died at a Massachusetts college on Saturday last. A warrant for *10,770,0i>0 has been drawn on the I*. 8. treasury for pensions to be paid December 4. Kittitas county will, on December ft, vote on the question of validating county warrant* issued in excess of law. Bob Fit-simmons who killed his spar ring partner Con Kiordan. in a boxing tournament last week, has been exoner ated from all blame by a coroner's jury. Port Arthur, the stronghold of the Chinese wa* captured on the 21st inst. Nothing can now stay the victori...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 6 December 1894

VOL. VI. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. "UEAVIK A ENGLEHART, .ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Rooms 7 and s, Secoii'l floor, First National Hank bnlldlug. S_ C HENTON, attorney at law Practices In Federal aud all state I'ourts. ufflce over Yakiina Nations! Hank. H. HAKK, DENTIST. ufflce over Postottice. Yakima avrutie. North Yakima. \y w. Mccormick, m. i>., SURGEON and PHYSICIAN. oflirt- Id Kthelman Block. Residence, <or. Hrrt mil Plue pstreetn. I iMUMi MM m Hotel Yuk IX J. SNIVELY, ATTORNEY AT LAW. CO-ilftlce over Yakima National Hank. North Vaklma. Will practice In all the courts of the -tatc hii.l I*. S. laud offices. (.LJIIKU, I.U. WtWMAH JONES A NEWMAN. ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Over First National Bank, North Yakima, Wash 11. K. MACKINNON 1 . 11. Ml BANK "YJACKINNON A MURANE, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Rooms I and I Law* Ill'k, North Yakima. Wash. JOHN A. BROWN, ATTORNEY AT LAW. uitice in Ksliclmaii building. Will practice In all courts of ibe state. QK). C. MILLS, CIVIL ENGINEER. Mem hoc. Irrigation Kngineers. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 6 December 1894

ME YAKIMA HERALD. T. al. HEED. EPITOR AND MANAGER. Pabllshed every Trmrsdar: subscription lit* per year in alliance. Advertising rates upon application. orricuL paper of north yakima. THURSDAY, DECE.VRER ti, 1894. THE DISHONEST HOLD DOLLAR. Republican* are fond of pointing to Blame's prophecy on what they are pleased to call the free trade madness, and its results. They do not give the name prominence to Blaine'* other proph ecy and creed on the gold versus silver question. Here it is: "I believe thai the struggle now going on in this country and in the other countries for * aingle gold standard would, if successful, pro duce widespread disaster in and through out the commercial world. The destruc tion of silver ss money and establishing gold as the sole unit of value must have a ruinou* effect on all forms of property except those investments which yield s fixed return in money. These would be enormously enhanced in value and would gain a disproportionate and unfair ad vantage over...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 6 December 1894

A Nice Pair of 10-4 Blankets for $1 Christmas Presents for the" Millions LOMBARD k HORSLEY Woven Wire Springs $1.75 Each SI'MUIPSES FRO" SL\.VSIIL Saw** Paragraph* from the Grow ing I nw ii I mil r the allude of Snipes' 'lounlnln. Mr. John Lgan's new taaUteat is meet* pitted, and ie cerlßlnly h bei dsonie ad-; tlitlon to BeM- Mam rlrei t. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Lnt.iiin have moved to their ranch southed.'! of tuwn. They have v very cosy hwi.r. Mr. J. W. Mctiintiis and Family hay.' moved into town to give Unlr cliildreu the advantage of school privilege*. The Odd Fellows have in view tlir or ganization of a lodge in nur village. They will have quite ■ number el mem bers. Mr. F. M. Clark mil sins, [run Booth Dakota, have arrived in improve I 7"i acre tract of land just oat of the city limits. Mr. M. D. Clark is CsCCUpyiag his newly-erected house in Suiinyaide. We underat and Mr. Clark intends In start a dairy. Mr. Morris and family will MBBBM control of the Globe hotel this week, a' fact...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 6 December 1894

REDUCED PRICES FOR THE HOLIDAYS We are Doing all we Can for Our Customers In the way of the very best goods at the lowest possible prices and ask one and all to call in; also to bring their friends to see our large assort ment of bargains. As we are now nearing the Holiday Season our Bar gains are especially attractive. In Eiderdowns we can give our customers better values than anybody. A large assortment of Toilet Soaps, cheaper than ever; nice line of Ini tial Silk Handkerchiefs; a complete line Crochet Silk; don't forget our large stock of Schilling's Corsets. In Table Linens we have excellent values from 25 cents per yard up. Our line of Kid Gloves is a very satisfactory one; as we give better value than ever offered before. We are agents for Standard Patterns of which we carry a full line at all times, So when the good people are studying about Xmas presents they should bear in mind that our store is the place to buy. DITTER BROTHERS, "sT_______:___:___ 2sTORT:E_: "_r______l___...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 6 December 1894

READERS' NEWSY FHASf. A Regular Festival of K_i;y Bu. SPREAD BEFORE "HERALD" PATRONS What l«ur Dialer* and tssrt'saa. Ins und lour limn Are Doing Tkla Wrrk l.llllr aide Issars of lull rrsl IS All. S. K. (ieddis is in tie city from Ellens burg on court business. .lodge Carroll P.. (irnves arrived in the city from Eilensburg on Sunday morning The new law firm of Keavis A Engle hart ia the latest. Their card appears in another column. Horn, on Friday evening, Novemb-r 30, to Mr. and Mrs. A. 11. Dawson, of Prosser, ■ daughter. Horn, on Thursday. November .., to Mr. and Mrs. E. II Hurlitigame, late of Palouse but now residing in North Yaki ma, v sou. James Kerry ai.d family have removed to this city from Prosser, Mr. Perry hav ing secured a position in a printing oHice in Yakima. "The Brigands" at Mason's Saturday, December H, by the London Music Hull Kiirlestiue Company. Seats ou sale at Cha,iiri tin's. Miss Minnie Ward came over from Se attle on Thanksgiving morning (or a visit with he...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 6 December 1894

JWPSreat i X r companT ". •»». ********* HYMAN HARRIS, PROFR. I ********* Given - Away! Given - Away! ■ .ma. Proclamation — Extraordinary Announcement! „ . „,« meal IXL Company i .real 111 Company , — . I Desire We Have a»i_________. if ** with pleasure that I Issue this, mv Tenth Annual Proclamation, In to Impress ■** # Received Upon the Minds opdep tna* «-y friends, natrons and the public In general will appreciate the fact that I am determined to sharpen my axe and cut deep Into the price ol* everyi of the r *v r Fall and Winter People of article on my shelves and counters, regardless ot* value, and I will not spare the North Yakima »xc on any article In any department. It Is almost unnecessary to enumerate and the quality and quantity of merchandise which I have In stock; but the fact re ******* mains that I am the Pioneer merchant of North Vaklma, and my reputation for ' Vicinity T Department that handling only first-class goods and of standard manufacture and quality can i wil...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 13 December 1894

SIX PAGES VOL.'VI. PRO EE.SSI 05.41. C.4 RDS. ||EAVIS A ENULEHAHT, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Riioms 7 ami s, Second floor. First National Rank bulldluK. j^ C HENTON. ATTORNEY AT LAW. I'rs'tli'fS In Killers! ami all State I'ourts. (((Her ■ over Vnklma Natlmial Hank —' \y H. HAKE, DENTIST. urtlce mmta**aA*A Yakima avenue. North; Yakiina. i\* w. Mccormick, m. d., SURGEON and PHYSICIAN. I office In Eshelman Block. Residence, cor. Bnl | ami I'lne streets: :: bouses south ol Hotel Yak ima. t IT J. SNIVELY, ATTORNEY AT LAW. rm-ilttlft over Yakima National Bank, North ' Yakima. Will practice In all tho courts of the : -tuti' and .. A land office" ST. 1.. .lONES. J.H. MEWMSIS j IONICS „ NEWMAN. si ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Over First National Hank, North Yakima, sVasb j 11. K. MACKINNON C. D. MVIIAM T^TACKINNON A MURANE, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. I; ...1,1-1 and I l.i.we Bl'k. North Yakima, Wash. | JOHN A. BROWN, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office iv Kshelmau I.ml,ling Will practice in all court* o( the state. ( JEO. C. MILLS...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 13 December 1894

fHE YAKIMA HERALD. F. M. KEED. EDITOR AND MANAGER Published every Thursday, subscription t_CH per year In advance. Advertising rst.-s upon application. OFFICIAL PAPER OF NORTH YAKIMA. THURSDAY. OECEMRER IS, 1594. IS THERE MMOOOn MONEY f We meet numbers of otherwise sen sible men who say and believe that there is plenty of money. It ie locked up in the banks and unavailable because, they say, "there is no confidence." What we want, io their judgment, is not more money, but more confidence. These are the opinions given out by the money owners and their organs, snd have had too much weight altogether. We heard any quantity of this talk be fore the repeal of the purchase clause of the Sherman set. Upon thst repesl we were promised an immediate return of confidence and the restoration of all things. But it hss become evident from the irreaistsble logic of events that confi dence was not to he restored that wsy. A profound conviction hss taken root in the hearts of the people that the des...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 13 December 1894

THE HOLIDAYS ■■ REDUCED PRICES We are Doing all we Can for Onr Customers In the way of the very best goods at the lowest possible prices and ask one and all to call in: also to bring their friends to see our large assort ment of bargains. As we are now ncaring the Holiday Season our Bar gains are especially attractive. In Eiderdowns we can give onr customers better values than anybody. A large assortment of Toilet Soaps, cheaper than ever: nice line of Ini tial Silk Handkerchiefs: a complete line Crochet Silk: don't forget our large stock of Schilling's Corsets. In Table I.incns we have excellent values from 25 cents per yard up. Our line of Kid Gloves is a very satisfactory one; as we give better value than ever offered before. We are agents for Standard Patterns of which art carry a full line at all times, So when the good people are studying about Xmas presents they should bear in mind that our store is the place to buy. DITTER^-OTHERS, !_■-____:_::______ AVEIrTTJE, lsrOl-_C___: ...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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