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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 21 November 1895

VOL. VII. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. YAKIMA GOLD CURE INSTITUTE, j (K«tabll«taed (or the rnre nl the drink dl«ea««.> Office «id Illnit.lt... cor, W. Walnut anil srlah i ■ts. Onr ].r..|...-ii:..ii Sii run*, no i.ay. In-1 mitigate. UK W. W Mi < 11KMII K. ii r. -**•» 1 1 ii. Manat-rr. 1■ 1 ■ >-1 ■ tan lv charge. ; TJEAVIS A ENGLEHART, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Room* 7 and n, Seooud floor, Flrit National j Bank building. g C HENTON, ATTORNEY AT LAW* Prartloe* in Federal and all State I'ourti. Olßoe over Yakima National Hank. yy H. HAKK, DENTIST. Office over Hoatsfficc. Vaklma avenue, Nortb Yakima. TJ J. SNIVELY, ATTORNEY AT LAW. gm-r*<l*l,->- over Vaklma National Bank, North Yakima. Will practice in all Iba court* of tbe dtateand I. •- laud office*. w. L. .ions*. J. a. MWMAK. JONES A NEWMAN. ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Over First National Bank, North Vaklma, Waah IJ FRANK, M. D., PHYSICIAN & SURGEON. I.at,- sur*;,''iii WaabliiKtou state Soldier*' Home. Office .over Firit National bank. North ...

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. — 21 November 1895

Christmas Presents at PflppTN nßjlx Free for the Children We commence our Annual Holiday Sale,a little earlier this year than v ttal Fftr every $1.00 purchase (except groceries) from now until Christinas we give a present ranging in value accord ing to the amount of the sale. Prices on CLOAKS cut in two. Get one before they are gone. IHE YAKIMA HERALD., K. ■. REED. EDITOR AND MANAGER. Pabllsht.t every Thursday; subscription 12.00 1 per year in ailvaurt*. Ailvertisln* rate* upon application. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER tl, 1895. amßßßßßßßßßßßßßßßßßßßßßßßmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmt^^B^ RE VI VINO OL YMPIA N 9JLOOO. The proposed revival of the Olympian games, which are to be held at Athens next spring, is exciting considerable in terest. Centuries bave passed and mighty empires have risen and decayed since these struggles of brawn and skill con- stituted one of the important features of Grecian life. France and Germany were then the abode of barbarians. The Brit ish islands were practically unknow...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 21 November 1895

TERSE TALUB OF i\ WEEK '"'Tee Herald Sunft&fM Thrown Over City and Couu:y. MEDLEY OF HTSSESI ING LOCAL ITEMS ■ ■iiiugi.• ■>:••■ lIIK Ol 1.0-slp, -... Irll >i>m, I'crw.n.ti Is mul lliippcnlnga l.nilicnil Hem Wotia Vaklma and 11. r l.n\ Ir.i.ilug ..9 llr|*. S. (i t'ran.lull la a visitor to Kossland, H. C, tbis week. The Yakima 'lun cioi. will bold a clay and live bird rootcot 00 Thanksgiving day. ,1. M. Gilbert lell On Tuesday for a - brief business'rip hi tha lirty's Harlior country. I'allonr Ker left on Monday for Wash ington, D. C, where le- will enter Ihe Columbia law school. I>. W. Simmons is prominently men tioned for one of the vacant positions on the board of stale fair commlaeloaare. .1. F. Ryan, 11. B Bin, Joseph Met/, ger ami Fred Chandler left on Sunday last for tbe Columbia river at Priest Map ids to spend a «"k in hunting ducks and geese. Attend the ball lo ba given at Mason's opera house Saturday i veiling for the benellt of Yakima's football eleven. It ...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 21 November 1895

GENERAL INFORMATION. THE WORLD. FLESH AND THE DEVIL. A A riitnrj Hence. The Boston Transcript forestalls events and gives the following as sample items of those which will appear in the pspers 011995: A horse, sn animal said to have once been quite common in our city streets, was seen in this city yesterdsy. He at tracted much curiosity and he wss fol lowed wherever he went by immense crowds. It is almost impossible to be lieve that our ancestors could have trust ed their lives to so formidable a creature. It is understood that the animal escaped Irom the Equine Food abattoir in Brigh ton. An almost unpre»ed«nted event happen ed in this city last evening, when Mr. and Mrs. John Brownsmith celebrateil the anniversary of their marriage. The Brownsmiths were married a year ago. It is quite remarkable for a couple to live so long together in the state of wedlock, and tbeir celebration naturally drew to their residence a dense throng of admir ing friends. Congratulations were poured upon...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 28 November 1895

VOL. VII. PROFESSKiN.iI. CARDS. yAKIMA GOLD CURE INSTITUTE. i Kstsl.iishiM lor (ba cura ol ths drink disease.) oft... and Instants, cor. W Walnat aud H«lali ars. Our proposition: Nn run, no par. in .rstlfslf DR. W. W. McCOKMICK. D. B. SMITH, Maoas-rr. Pbyslrlsu tn charge ]|EAVIB 9 KNULKH ART. ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Booms 7 and t, Sonou.l flour, Pint Nstl.msl Bank building. g C. HENTON, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Practices In Federal and all State Coarta. Ofllce •rer Yakima National Bank. ~^ H HARE, DENTIST. Office over Posteffice. Yakima avenae, Nortb Yakima. JX J. SNIVELY, ATTORNEY AT LAW. 0a Office over Yakima National Bank, North fss Iras, will M-actice lv sll the route ot tke -Kate and IT. 8. lead offices. w. l jusii j a. mum. JONES A NEWMAN, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Over Pint National Bank, North Yakims. Wssb p FRANK, MV D., PHYSICIAN & SURGEON. Lata Bargeoa Waahlngton State Boldlsrs' Home. Offlce .over Pint National bank. North Yakima Waah. J£LMER E. HEQ, M. D„ PHYSICIAN and SURGEON. Office ove...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 28 November 1895

Christmas Presents at rjlppTN |]n|]\ Freef°r the Children We .commence our Annual Holiday Sale a little earlier this year than uutal. For every $1.00 purchase (except groceries) from now until Christinas we give a present ranging in value accord ing to the amount of the sale. Prices on CLOAKS cut in two. Get one before they are gone. ■HE YAKIMA HERALD.j I. M. REED. EDITOR AND MANAGER. Pablisbed every Thursday; subscription KOOj per year in advance. Advertising rates upon application. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER tB, 189 S. THE NEW BURLEIGH. For tbe past few years the people ot tbis state bave known Andrew F. Bur leigh of Seattle, as a bright man, good lawyer and very capable in conventions as a politician. We bad never up to a tew weeks ago thought of him as a rail road man. All the same, however, and for moet of the time, he has been attend ins to railroad business as sn attorney, and in tbat capacity, as in every other, he baa taken the lead easily, and in a way to give the fact ready recog...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 28 November 1895

RECEIVER'S SALE! AT THK .. BARGAIN STORE M. COHN & CO. TEESE TALES OF A WEEK "The Herald' Searchlight Thrown Over City and County. MEDLEY OF INTERESTING LOCAL ITEMS Paragraphic Hits ol <so*»lp, Hoclelr News, Pi rsonii is .111.1 Happenings 1 piiii.iiii About >*.riii Vakima aud Her ln.li c Valleys. See advertisement of the renowned elo* <-utionist elsewhere in this paper. Born, at North Yakima, Nov. 23rd, to Mr. and Mrs. Shank, recently oi Seattle, a daughter. Louis 1.-icbmund shipped three car loads of over .'! 10 hales of hops to Horst Bros., New York, ou Saturday Inst. Rancher Million, ol Ihe Selah, ia the hsppy father of an eight pound son, whiih arrived at bis home the first of the week. Benj. C. Chapin, Ihe great chara»*ter artist and Dramatic impersonator, at Mason's opera house next Monday even ing. George Smith and wile of Houston, Minn., are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Mnrane. Mrs. Sniilh is a Bister of Mr. Mnrane. Duck hunting on v bii-ycle is somewhat of ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 28 November 1895

IQENERAL INFORMATION. \ THE WORLD. FLESH AND THE DEVIL «STrrn.r Ifltsw knsikrd Oat. I Olympian: Mrs. 3. H. McOrsw hss corns forward as tbe perpetrator of a prac tical joke upon the governor ot tbe atate of Washington* which placed bim in a rather ridiculous and to him a trying position. On lest Saturday the governor and daughter Kate went to Seattle, lesv ing Mra. McGraw and Tom to take care \ ef the premises during their abasnee. i Bright and early Monday morning Mrs. j McGraw came down town, employed some drsymen snd proceeded to move the household effects from Columbia | and Eleventh streets to the Ferry resi dence on upper Main street. With char aoteristic energy, tbe governor's wile poshed tbe work, and night ssw her i comfortably eneoonced ia her new qusr tars. The governor returned on yesterday morning's train and want immediately to his ofllce where official dutiss kept bim busy until noon. Then be wslked home briskly for lunch. Pondering over some weighty matters of state h...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 5 December 1895

VOL. VII. Our Last Special Sloe Sale 1 We will «*ive our last special sale for this year on Saturday, December lull Remember, the same special discount will be given an in pre vious sales of this kind, and an opportunity will be given to tiny raw shoes fur less money than you could otherwite buy them. Call for printed cards nf actual cash prices and special iliscounts. Don't forget the date. Ashcraft &, Kinsey PItOFESSIONAL CARDS. VAKIMA GOLD CURE INSTITUTE. (Established lor thi- cure nl tbs ilrluk rtlsease.l omre ami lnstituti'. DOT, W. Walnut ami Selah sts. Our pruiKisiliiiii: No run*, no pay. in* vestii*an*. I>R. W. W. McCoKMH'K. D. K. SMITH, Manager. Physician In charge JJEAVIS A ENOLEHART, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Rooms 7 ami 9, Second floor, First National Bank I.ml.line g 0. HENTON, ATTORNEY AT LAW* Practices iv FeilcrHl ami all State Courts. Ofllce over Yakims National Hank. yyr H. HARE, DENTIST. OSes over I'ostulhcc. Yakima avenue, North Yakima. JJ J. SNIVELY, ATTORNEY AT L...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 5 December 1895

Christmas Presents at Pf HpTnl nn[j^ Free for the Children We commence our Annual Holiday Sale a little earlier this year than uuial. For every $I. oo purchase (except groceries) from now until Christmas we give a present ranging in value accord ing to the amount of the sale. Prices on CLOAKS cut in two. Get one before they are gone. THE YAKIMA HERALD. X. M. RKKH. EDITOR AND MANAIIER Published every Thursday; subscription 12.00 per year In advance. Advertising rates upon application. 1 THURSDAY, DECEMBER .'. 1896. | Notwithstanding their recent deleat, 1 tbe democrats cut down the republican majority ol laat year in New York, 89,-1 000; Pennsylvania, 77,000; New Jersey,] 21,000; Ohio. 45,000. and in lowa, 9,000. New York World: Every one who feels the least interest in politics has a right to protest against tbe decision of ex- Cxar Reed's campaign managers tbat be must henceforth be perfectly serious and . entirely dignified. What is sorely needed , in this country is not more pres...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 5 December 1895

RECEIVER'S SALE 1 ATTHK BARGAIN STORE M. GOHN & GO. TERSE TALES OF JI WEEK "Tbe Herald" Searchlight Thrown Over City and County. MEDLEY OF INTERESTING LOCAL ITEMS iiriigrnphlc nils of i.osslp. Madefy >|.««, I' i-nnl.iiliil Happenings l-Kllierc-i ii. ..n i north Yakima ...» i. r . li » i i,.. Vatli |*. W. 11. Kuiciiiil, of Yakima, was a Walla Walla visitor last week. Ira M. Krutz is making arrangements for building a residence on lots owned by him on Natcheez avenue. 11. J. r.i.knell received by letter, this week. Mm sad news of the death of his sister, Mrs. K. A. Fisher, at ber home in Maine, o»i November 18th. W. D. Walker is again able to be about after n siege of sickness, and his wife ami daughter, who have lieen similarly aftiict i'.l. are reported as being greatly improved in health. John W. Ilaniui, formerly lessee of the theatres at Tacoma and Seattle, was a Yakima visitor on Tuesday, being here in the Interests trl the» imitation department of I In' Post Intelligence...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 5 December 1895

GENERAL INFORMATION. THE WORLD. FLESH AND THE DEVIL. Ql'EO VICTOWS FUILY Kit. ■he Traces Her I.l ■•■■■ * Alone a l.lne af Hiniir Aaeeelara Back to W llllnm the lonqurror- In view of the low state of health ol Queen Victoria and the possibility ot ber reign being hi ought to a cloae at no re mote period, tha following record of her "pedigree" will be of general interest, for despite the general indulgence in talk of the "raw bead and bloody bones" order, between two great English speaking na tions, Amerirans can but entertain feel ings ol respect and admiration for Eng land's queen: Queen Victoria Is the neice ol William IV and George IV and daughter of Prince E.lwsrd. Duke of Kent, who was tbe fourth son of George HI, wbo was tbe son of Frederick, Prince of Wales, wbo was the son of George 11, who wss the son of George I, who wss the son of Sophia, Electresa of Hanover, who was the dsughter of Elizabeth, Queen of Bohemia, who wai the daughter of James I, a bo was the son of Mary, Qu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 12 December 1895

VOL. VII. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. YAKIMA GOLD CURE INSTITUTE. (Established lor the cure ol the drink disease.l Office and Institute, cor. W. Walnat aud tstUb sts. inn projMtsitlon: No cure, no r*er. In vestlgate. UK. W. W. Mo'ORMICK. 11. K. HMITII, Manager. Physician In charge UKAVIS A KNULEHART, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Rooms 7 and •>. - »l floor, First National Bank building. g C HKNTON, ATTORNEY AT LAW* Practices in Federal and all State Coarta. Ofllce over Vstiin*. National lisnk. H. HARE, DENTIST. Office over Postoflicc. Yakima avenue, Nortb Yakima. tT J. SNIVELY, ATTORNEY AT LAW. rap-i iill■•■ over Yakima National Bank, Nortb Yakima. Will practice in all ths courts ot tbs -int.. aud I. 9. laud offices. W. 1.. .IONICS. 1 I.KIIIII. # JONES A NEWMAN, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Over First National Bank, North Y'akima, Wash p FKANK, M. D., PHYSICIAN & SURGEON. Late Surgeon WsshinKton Hiate Soldiers'Horae. OUtre over First National bank, Nortb Y'akima Wash.' VLMER E. HEU, M. I)., PHYSICIAN and S...

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. — 12 December 1895

Christmas Presents at P[jp|l|N Rflf]^ Free for the Children We commence our Annual Holiday Sale a little earlier this year than u.-.nal. For every $1.00 purchase (except groceries) from now until Christmas we give a present ranging in value accord ing to the amount of the sale. Prices on CLOAKS cut in two. Get one before they are gone. THE VAKIMA HERALD.! E. M. REED. EDITOR AND MANAGER Pabllshcd every Thursday: sabscrlptlon K.OO per year in advance. Advertising rati*. npon application. THURSDAY, DECEMBER /.', 1595. AN IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT The' manngement takes pleasure in announcing Hint from thia date the prire of The Hkbai.d will be |1 per year, »'rii*f ly in advance. This step has been under consideration for some time aod the con clusion hss been reached that through an increase in circulation and a reduction of losses to the minimum the difference will he more than equalized. All delin quent subscriptions and all subscriptions not paid in advance will continue to be charged a...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 12 December 1895

TEBBI TALES OF A ffEM "Tbe Herald" Searchlight Thrown Over Clly and County. MEDLEY OP INTERESTING LOCAL ITEMS Paragraphic BUS af 1.0..1p, Noilrti News, ■■• r.nimi. mid llspprnln*,, l.ullirrrd 4 bail I *>larlh taklma I Her » i.iiroiiiin \ alleys. A. E. Poole, the Enumclaw hop buyer, ia again in the city. W. J. Aumiller left on Tuesday for a trip to the sound cities aod Victoria. John B. Catron. W. T. Clark and E. F. Benson returned Wednesday Irom the sound. C. E. Vilas, J. W. Watson and J. Schlumpf, well known citizens of Seattle, are guests ol the Hotel Yakima. The \V C. T. U. will meet at Mrs. Ja' iiiti/au.s, corner of Yakima and Natcheez avenue*, Tuesday, Dec. 17th, at 2:30 o'clock. Wm. Lemon is home from the agricul tural college at Pullman to apend the holidays. He is temporarily occupying a position iv I. H. Dill's store. Miss Jennie McLean haa opened dress making parlors over Collin Bros, store and as her work is familiar to tbe ladies of this city she will doubtless receiv...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 12 December 1895

GENERAL INFORMATION. THE WORLD. FLESH AND THE DEVIL. Aksmdc ir« farms. Many Republican oapers are quoting •n unverified statement Irom the New York Tribune that a great deal of land io England has gone out of cultivation, or rents have been reduced because the farmers cannot compete with foreign pro ducers under free trade. In other words ths English farmers cannot compete with tbe cheap products of America, and ol course these products are cheap because they are produced by cheap labor. The English farmer is therefore opposed to tbe cheap, or pauper labor of America •ays the Walla Walla Stattiman, tbs same as our high tariff advocates are I scared out of their wits by stories about tbe cheap labor of England. Rut how is it about the abandoned farms In New England located within a stone's throw of tbe protected factories of that section ? How is it that these farms •re totally abandoned and the owners re fuse to psy the taxes on tbem when they are so near a borne market in a protect...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 19 December 1895

VOL. VII. k*3^y^^*sifs:^3tf^^e^teii^S^nra I Christmas Carols p HUM CAMM —nn ii ■»:.* bioSai. r. Wlmt im nn tln-.|. -.lionls of triumph That break upon the air? What mean three sprays of holly, These ollerings rirh and rare? They tell of Holy Festal, Jehovah's love for man ; (If pi in c, ami joy, ami gladness, Antl (iod't, mli inpliiti plan. H. Wei: may we linn ntlf enrols An»l fill Ihe air with songs; Well may we t-hout onr gladness, For praise to Him helnngs This <lay—proelaime.l for ages Hy prophit. Mini ami king. (Jives earth the richest hlessing That an^el hosts inn hring. in. This ilnv was hi.rti our Savior, A sacrifice to I.e. That we might live forever — He died upon I lie tree. No love our heart! can render, Nn -.'ill our hands ran 1 rlll*_* Without Hi* gracious mercy Were worthy of our King. IV. <> gentle infiinl Jesus We worship ll.ee ahove; Vouchsafe thy L"»iee to give us In streams of light and love. To thee lie endless cl'irv, To thee bo WM)i(M praise; Our hear...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 19 December 1895

2 1 TRAPPED BY TELEGRAPH! BY CAPTAIN JACK CRAWFORD While in a email town in Wyoming territory I learned that a lady living there hail lieen the heroine of a thrilling ad venture with train robbera, aod curiosity and love lor the brave imlueed me to call on her to tell me the story. When I went to her house I waa welcomed by a handsome lady of about 30. aod io re sponse to my earnest reqnest for tbia ooe chapter of her life ahe related the follow ing "In 1873, when bnt a girl of 18, I left my home in Omaha and came ont to fill the lonesome position of night operator at at small station on the Pacific railway io thia territory. It waa a dreary, desolate spot in the midst ol a desert. The only buildings at the station, aaide Irom the depot, were a section house occupied by tbe track foreman and a few Chinese la tiorers; a water tank aod a coal shed. The day operator aod agent, a mere boy, slept at the section hooae, 200 yards dis tant, so that during the long aod dreary nights 1 was al...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 19 December 1895

«^'--*k*-*--**fc^-^^ :op*r A,-- 4*.- fc^^A^*^]|-i^ |*CHRISTMAS GREETING!* I»***-*«fc**--A^.^^^ ■ A Grand Clearing '" the CLOAK DEPARTMENT s-sv 1 teen waiting for this chance JT 1* * choicest in the lots am] we £• it will mean out-half on MhT...MI ft7-7'\ ;,** therefor advise the interest- •^ Happy and Prosperous mMm> i T^f v | I DITTER BROS. KJ Just received a Get your Xmai 12 line of Children's Gifts consisting of t >j Pur Sets—sent tfWWIMTT|*JIIV I'llVtVl'ai^s'Al-ii Kid Gloves, Mufflers, hy mistake. j^^^UfflM!^ ILindkerchiefs, Uill L'H t,,cin Chil.lrcii's Cloaks, etc., Nl vc'r>'. vt'r>' from us. We can Kj cheap. S:(V1 . V( ,,, mouey. saefias-jßsa-c-i . \.Qs*sßsaE3sOss®jss;soss3Bs^ I Coasiing Down He pill I Ml' BY WILL CARLETON. J^i \iW^LWß^^^^^R^^^'^^^'-^^^^^^'^^^^^^S^^'^^^^^^SRWi THKUK'S v flory tn tho ipeedlag *>i a bone that nerval can feel, «>r tbe iwlft and it leu t magle of a pedal haitaaed wheel; Or tba raahlai aad the roaming that tbe flj in*: jraabti pas...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 19 December 1895

4 .vAT . . ST.OO Overcoats, ••W •S OO $1G Overcoats now . »OO A^stt,.2 rOFPIW lIIKTC B*% * £IO Overcoats now . ft OO * $2.1 Overcoats mm* .1* OO gJS^ UUI I 111 JJIIUUa BoyV Overcoats * • • Hall -Price. Ur'n^':.r,y'^^^,v oe" • -THE YAKIMA HERALD. E. X. HF.KH. EDITOR AND MANAGES i'uhlished every Thursday: snbsrrlptlon H <«• per year in advauie. Advertising rates ill*,n ii|'|,li. stl..n. THVRSDAY, DECEMBER I'J, 189b CHR IST.M.iS GR EE Tl 00. A happy Christmas to all. It is about three hundred and fifty years since old! Tom Tnsser delivered himself of that | most excellent piece of advice. "At (.'lyi.-tinns play a»nl make giiod cheer, Fur ChrtStSKM eosssf l-ut ..ine a year." Tom's he.i.l was lewl and his heart right. His counsel is aa sound for us here to-day as it was for our ding-dong, vigorous old forefathers in Merrie Eng land in the days of bluff King Hal. Those hard-headed, strong projeuitors of ours bad a healthy and well developed determination to be at all times as jolly as ...

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