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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 19 December 1895

IHE ROSENFELD MERCANTILE C 0. w™-m-" C*ll and I-.xainim- our tt.OJuTIDJLrX' GrOOIDS, IDZRY Q-OOIDS F^IDSTCY 0-003D3, .AJCTID Q-IROCJEIRIIES Yakima A.><».. ><*xi i<> Mdiioi lel-di l$l«ii»- THELOCALSKBTCH-BOOK Entertaining Bits of Information Wbicb Were Found Within. PEN PICTURES OF YAKIMA LIFE all Sinrls ol I'll rii|* ri, [ihs I.nllii nil ilillirl|rlrn|iiill,lit » I ulriil U,i.l|. niaioii ami rrmn tlir I. rent mul I • mi. < oiinlry *„,, , ..Mini in - ||. Iti'V. B P. lireeno relumed Tuesday evening lo Arlington. I.ouia Hair's has been anjourning icv eial dsTS OH the fi und. Mrs. ,1. 1.. Kosinfeld relumed on Fri day lasl Irom n \ i*»it to her former home in I'ortlanil. Hey. Fa'hor S.veere goes to Prosser Fri day and will hold maaa at the residence of St. A. Hard. Mr. hell Hiscock left Wednesday even* ing on a two-months visit to hia parent! in Syracuse, New York. Judge Allet. of Spokane, and Judge UptOfl of Walla Walla, were guests al the Hotel Yakima on Wednesday....

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 19 December 1895

6 ] 'FORI CHBISTIAsI aaaan wet* I LAMBS' lieUK JOURNAL. father calls me Wllllsm. sister rails me Will. Mother calls BB Wlllie-bnt the fellers rail me Bill' Mighty glad I sin't * irlrl—ruther be a boy Without them sashc, eHrls an' things that's worn l.y Faunllerny. Love to chawuk green apples an' go swlmmln' In the lake- Hate to take the rsstorlle they give fr belly ache' Most all the time the hull year ronud' there ain't no files on me. Bat jes''lore Christmas I'm ss good as I kin be! Oot a > aliening nsine.l s|«*rt-sick im un the rat: Tnst thing she kaewa she geaswt '.new where she Is at! dot arllpiier sled, sn' when us imys go out to slide 'Lows romes the grocery cart an' WS all hook a ridel But, sometimes, when the grocery man Is wor rlted and cross, He reaches at me with his whip, snd lsrrupsup his hoss: An' then 1 laft and holler: "Oyou never terhed me' But Jes' fore Christmas I'm as good as I kin be' Gran'ma says she hopes that wheu I get the be a man 111 he a mlssionerer l...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 19 December 1895

\ Tl}6 Wassail Bowl of I as the bowls mil | \\ i.li (vtills I audi- -.mi.l. aad Mtttn. . tt .i.i flagsr, l\ " p..lt" ..I iile. t -i. A t'-l til.l- We III,!-' i 1.,.. I ic.e lie I. ;| -it,l ,| |B illjer. -Heir.. ■: It Ilia old days Christmas «as not » B ul; ut the '.wix-ail howl, bill ah" i 1 IliS draining i i ll.ut bowl, there wa- lilt a to which vie inn now raise any object iv i, no matter what our news upon le;, iterance may he. It mis a diep and honeal in 11, lei' i.> evidence that we hay* al li i.i shows thai it was other than . v ■ \• r which gr o I men mil Id offer plain h n -.' toaata wllh no fear of drank* snm • • .f re tin in. Nowadays the fl iwlng bowl la asaoutalad with some custom* that tha world can very well spare. In the good old days thai .'" I -iitli ovf r but can not recall ihe man alio mads too free with that same bowl was bin liilie thought of, Never thelsas, th* stout Kagltsh squire who could not take his share from tbe wassail h o\ I al Yu!et:.le had but mea...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 19 December 1895

8 1 MIHCCLLANEODS | A DREAM. Oh, It was bnt a dream I had While the musician played— And here tho sky and here the glad Old ocean kissed the glade. And here the laughing ripples ran. And hero the rosea grew That threw a klaa to every man That voyaged with the craw. Onr silken sails in laay folds Drooped in the breathless breoae, Aa o'er a field of marigolds Onr eyes swam o'er tbe seas. While here the eddies lisped and purled Around the . -1 .....'„ rim, And up from out the underwold We saw the mermen swim. And it was dawn and middle day And midnight—for the moon On silver rounds across the bay Had climbod tho skies of Jnne, And here the glowing, gloriooa king Of day ruled o'er the roalm. With stars of midnight glittering About his diadum. Tbo seagull reded on languid wing In circles round the mast: We heard tho songs the sirene aing As we went sailing paat. And np and down the golden aands A thousand fairy throngs Flung at us from their flashing hands The echoes of their songs. —Jam...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 26 December 1895

VOL. VII. PROFESSIONAL CARDB. | yAKIMA GOLD CURE INSTITUTE. (Established for tin* cure of the drink disease.) <i"li',. aud Institute, ror. W. Walnut aud Selah sts. pint proposition: No cure, do pay. In V...11K. i. UK W. W. Mi i nlt.Mli k. I). K. SMITH. MaiisKcr. I'byslclan In charge PXAVII A ENGLEHART, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Riionis 7 and s, Second floor. First National I Bank building. j^ 0 HENTON, ATTORNEY AT LAW* pMftlroN in Federal nn». nil state Court*. Office ' over Yakima National hank. r >■ "ARE, DENTIST. Office over PosteiTice. Yakima avenue, North Yakima. J J J. SNIVELY, ATTORNEY AT LAW. tpp-i e11... over Vaklma National Bank, North Vaklma. Will practice In all the courts of tbe -tate and U. S. land offices. W. L. .IONIS. 1. H. HUIK JONES A NEWMAN, - ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Over First National Bank, North Yakima, Wash p FRANK, M. D., PHYSICIAN & SURGEON. I.titc Burgeon Washington stale Soldiers' Home Olllrc ever First National bank, North Yakima Wash. pi.MEK E. HEG, M. D., ...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 26 December 1895

- - -A.T . - IT.OO Overcoats, non §3 OO #16 Overcoats, now . 800 »*»M»*iiii»r, •>■ PflPPiTlVf RRfl^ fl*^ *1G °vereoal *' llow • *°° •** Overcoat*, wow . 1.1 OO .'.*." ;* uUrrill DflUu. Boy*' Overcoats, . . . Half Price. B^^^7Z_^r tUti THE YAKIMA HERALD. E. M. REED. EDITOR AND MANAGER Pabllshed every Thursday; rabacriptlon 11.00 per year In advance. Advertising rates npon application. THURSDAY. DECEMBER !6, 1896. SENATOR WILSON. New York Herald: The new Senator from Washington, Wilson, is looked to for future fnn. Wilson is nervous, alert and very irritable and rnde and queer in look and action. He ia not very big, mentally or physically. He ia sincere enough, iiikl honest enough, and his combative nose is into everything. He has beea in the House several terms, but takes on the toga of a Senator on the as sembling of Congress. Over in the staid Senate, frowned on by Sherman, froxen by tha worthy Hoar and oppressed by precedent, as well as by everybody about him, the excitable and...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 26 December 1895

THE LOCAL SKETCH-BOOK Entertaining Bits or Information Wbicb Were Found Within. PEN PICTURES OP YAKIMA LIPE All Moris af I'lim-irsiills t.Hltirrrri la the fleinipnll*. ol I ■ in ru I Walk in«inii aad Irom the i.nsi ana l.iill, » nil Siirr.iiiiMlln-i 11. I'anl Holbrook is spending the holiday season with relatives in Seattle. I. L-nvell Smith left on Sunday for Portland to spend Christmas and New Years with old time friends. Henry Ditter made his appearance on the streets Mondsy, after his long sick nes s.tnuch to the pleasure of his many (rienda. A. R. Kinlay, the well known aheep man of Wenatchee, arrived in the city Sunday to spend the holidays with the Camerons. S. T. Krwin and wife returned on Son day from the Sound and left the next day for Ft. Simcoe, accompanied by Hugh Ramsaoer. Albsrt Saylor returned on Wednesday from the Horse Heaven country with 40 geese. It required a bobaled to transport them from the depot. Miss Snowdie 11. Monroe, of Tacoma, formerly a teacher in the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 26 December 1895

•r.--f,;K-BY Aft, E*-^''- / COPYatOMT.IB9S. BY AMERICAN PRl«j-i ASSOCIATION. As I have no explanation to offer of the following experience, and something of that kind, more or less ingenious, is expected uf any oue daring to tell wlißt seems supernatural, it is only right to relate, hv way of compensation, various citcnmstaiife.-i which may have influ enced mv mind. Christmas fell that year on Friday, and Wednesday night I had slept at tlio Lodge, us I often did in those days when the g neral and Kate Carnegie were living there, and the old house hud still a roof and a warm hearth stone. The colonel was a guest at the time, who haci been a very desperate fighter—Clelland's Horse are still con founded with satan on tho Indian fron tier —and now waa a very poor preacher, affording an endless source of amuse ment to Druuitochty. There was also another soldier—s feet 9 in height, aud 44 inches round the chest, and as genial a soul as any man cunld wish to meet— who bad obtained the Vict...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 2 January 1896

The Yakima Herald. VOL. VII. Yours For Spare Dealing la the way we like to be known, ami we endeavor to folbw out tlii« rule la every particular. Our customer* always llnd our itoo«l« as we represent them to be, whether in the Hoot him! Shoe line or tlmt of Staple ami Fancy Groceries. We want your luuiness and i.-k for trial order*. Ashcraft &, Kinsey I'ROFKSSIOSAL CAKVS. yAKIM.V GOLD CURE INSTITUTE. (BIfMHT* for the cure of thedrluk disease.) Olllre m 11.1 liiKtltote, for. W. Waluut ami Kelab sts. Our iiro|H>ititioi): No cure, no pay. lv v UK. W. W Mil iIUMK k. li. X r-M I I'll, Manager. Physician in charge RBAVIfI A ENGI.KHART, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Ri .nmi 7 arid H, Second floor. First National llBUk blliliiillK. g C HENTON, ATTORNEY AT LAW. I'mi'tlri'" ici Ifilcral mnl nil state Courts. Office over Vaklmn National Hank. " HARK. DENTIST. Office over I'ostsflire. Yakima aveime, North Yakima. |j .1. nnvxLT, ATTORNEY AT LAW. fjr-nil l( .. amf Yakima National Bank, North akhim. Wi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 2 January 1896

- . -A.T . . $Y.OO Overcoats, now $3 00 * I<> Ov< ■<<>;.i», nou . 800 ???*T!?* m' "" II H H ll\f Hkllx s®^" $1O OvoiTonts now • •> OO $94 OTercoat*, M«w • I*l OO ftm*f*t«* ti> uUlTlll DflUu. Hoys' Overcoats, . . . llall l*ric*<*. """uSSSSUZT* THE YAKIMA HERALD. K. M. REED. EDITOR AND MANAGER Pahllnhe.t every Thiinday: inbucrlptlon $1.00 per year In ■■Ivanoe. Advertising rates upou application. THURSDAY, JASVARY t, 1996. 1896. ——■— The old year is past; the new one bs (ore us, and there are few who do not (eel like turning their faces forward with out much regret Hint IS!>5 has gone It has been a year of mental worry; of bus iness BirnijirlfM anil failures. As the trade winds blow commercial snemome-1 tern register this force and direction, but . tbo wind has constantly been from the j wrong quarter hh<l always blowing a gale. Andrew Carnigia may prate about j the advantages of poverty, but no one ' worked harder to avoid that condition thHii himself....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 2 January 1896

4» <> I . . DISSOLUTION SALE . . I •* 4f We will sell Shoes at a Great Sacrifice from now until March Ist, 1896. Some at COST, and <♦> JMBUff SOME AT LESS THAN COST! Ju Children's $1.50 Shoes for $1.10. Ladies Kid $4 Shoe, 3 s and 4's, at $1.50 '< Men's Shoes, $2.25 for $1.65 W —^a»—-•^^^^■■a^— ■■»»— a Boys' Shoes, .Vs and 4's at less than cost, i All Ladies Ooodl AT COST. '• " $1.75 for.. $'V> ! fl] ♦ Overshoes aDd Winter Good at Absolute Cost. *f m SGHOTT BROS. X ~ n W^&W- THE LOCAL SKETCH-BOOK Entertaining Bits of Information Which Were Found Within. PER PICTURES OF YAKIMA LIFE All Mori* •! Paragraphs i.mbrrrii In Ihp »I< i ropollxil < . Mini I »u>li. tiiKi.Mi and from the HW and liilili li-unlri vurn dine 11. I 1.. Smith returned from his visit to Portland, on Monday. Mrs. 1.. J. Rirdseye left for Spokane on Monday for a visit of a few weeks. Miss I/Cna Stanton bus been spending her school vacation with her parents at Toppeniah. W. L. Ciimniiugs, a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 2 January 1896

GENERAL INFORMATION. THE WORLD. FLESH AND THE DEVIL. TIIK GIRLS OF VMHUH. Thrr iHatnrr I nri> nmi Are Parma ofßrnnly -• •■ •• Wrare. Originiilly Vpneiuela was a portion o( the old republic of New (irenada. It took ita name Venezuela, "Little Ven ice," from the fact that the land around the lower WWII of the Orinoco and oth er rivers ie crossed anil inter-crossed with bayou.*, branches, lakpn and ponds, and at many ptaeea • unrests Venice a* it would bp without any houses. The wom en are very attractive, nays the New York Mail ami EflprWM. They are almost of pure Spanish Mood, although, this in the course of three centuries has been daubed, with French, Carib, Indian Neg ro, Aztec and other bloods. They ma ture early, some at 8 and 9 yean of age. Motlit rho.d at 11 is not uncommon and grandmothehrood at LM has happened in enough cases l<> deprive the fact of any novelty. Th» women nre smaller than those of our «.wn race, and from the age of 10 to 18 are handsomer. They pay u...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 9 January 1896

VOL. VII. WE'RE CATCHING SHOE BUYERS ■•» Because we have a line that In wi-il selected *» <r* hikl because earn pair In being told At a clrse ♦ v margin. Onr Hcbool Shoe Is thejirettlest and A ■*»■ most Mrvleeable shoe In town. Try it. ••» ■i» > «:|:> y|» ffi «$» <|» ■»$» «$» «$» «$> «$» Ashcraft <fe Kinsey PROFESSIONAL CARDS. VAKIMA X GOLD CURE INSTITUTE. I (Establl«heil (or the cure of the drink disease.) Office ami Institute, cor. vv. Walnut aud Belah its. Our proportion: No cure, no pay. In ventilate. UK. W. W. Mt-CORMICK. D. E. SMITH, Manager. Physician lv charge PSAVH A KNGLEHART, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Room* 7 and 8, Second floor, First National limit building. I g C. HENTON, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Practice* in Federal and all State ConrU. Office over Yakima National Bank. Vy H. HARE, DENTIST. Office over Posteffice. Yakima avenue, North Yakima. J£ J. BNIVELY, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Mtf-m)\r<- over Yakima National Bank, North Vakiiim. Will practice in all th« court!of the...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 9 January 1896

..AT . . $7.00 Overcoats now $3 OO $16 Ov<»i*<*oiilm, "<>" • 800 mv»* ta«w,. *«R.i« nnnFiTTiT nnnn ( ■''''l • •••-■• N\ MM \ '*** MOOvrmmlsiion . .1 OO S*i.i On-iTOiilsmm • I .» OO tmm^wpmk . .IM I, I I J I 1 V nnil.l Crln« tha Children to see tha UUII 111 Dlluu, ISojn 1 Ov< krc*o»lN. . . . Half Price* mm******. ME YAKLHA HERALD. K. M. RKKD. EDITOR AND MANAGER Published every Thuraday; inhwrlptlnn $1.00 per year in » I mute. Advertising rate* upou H|>|ilir«tii)n. THURSDAY, JAXUARY 9, 1896. ALL ARE BESEFITTED. The statement in another column that j the Arid Lund Commissioner has secured , for (lie etate a magnificent tract of land in thiit county, equal to homes for forty thousand people, will be received with i pleasure. The work liaa of necessity been conducted v. ry quietly—so quietly that rrrinin unthinking people have been inclined to Jcriticise what they believed mas inaction. This was absolutely nec essary for the success of Col. Howlett's plan for the Mato, ...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 9 January 1896

4PHQ> t . . DISSOLUTION SALE . . i «* [Km «$* We will sell Shoes at a Great Sacrifice from now until March Ist, 1896 Some at COST and 4* UHSr^R Tin' firm "f sehott Bm«, dlmlvepart- i „ - —■■«*>»• «»w—« mm wma, uiivl .j. Sg»■■* n'-an!TT mm T" SOME AT LESS THAN COST! A*. Th..™,« M »ui«»..di«.i™p«. niMtM mmmm. a**.**" *|* Children's $1.50 Shoes for $1. 10. Ladies Kid f 4 Shoe, 3 I and 4 's, at $1.50 Men's Shoes, $2.85 for $ 1.65 JL . A Hoys' Shoes, 3's and 4's at less than cost. All Ladies Goods AT COST. M " $175 for $1.30 T action until then, call and s». 49 [3 [ jft T Overshoes and Winter Good at Absolute Cost. *f I c* (~* tzt {~~} r ~n T 1 tzd -cp <~\ ca f "^ILI 'I' fll^Sfi TBKfJ THELOGALSKBTCH-BOOK Entertaining Bits of Informatioo Wbicb Were Found Within. PEN PICTURES OP YAKIMA LIFE All N«r(« ol I'linagrnpli* «.»tlnrr < l In llirlflrtropallaof Central \» ««ii iniiinii and Cram iiir i.mi and 11 i in. < •■<iiiir> Hurreundlna; It. K. Strobach and wife returned fro...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 9 January 1896

THE WORLD AT LARGE Miscellaneous Bits of Information, Gossip and Fancy. A CYNfCAL SUMMARY. Thin world l.i bat a fleeting «bow, And little- Joy he gleans Who curiously undertakes To look behind the ncennt. . i It la not what tho player does That In the long run tells 1= r-vr' 1'"? ""' lii" baseball fan 0, Bat what~the umpire yells. Tho flwt-st racer sometimes falls The victory to claim; Tis not the homo that gets In first, Bat the ono tho Judges name. And so It is with all success That human lifn may see; "Its not the man that counts, but what Tho man is thought to be. -Washington Star. HIS $100,000 BANK ACCOUNT. What .I»pprnr,l When a r apltalut Bmd denty Met Hta Bank's Paris* Taller. A paying teller of a down town bank tells an interesting story of a Gnban ex perience of his. "I shall never forget," he said, "how I nearly sent a man into fits one day last winter, all because I met him unexpectedly. "I bad been planning a little jaunt down to Cnba for some time. As it was doubtful w...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 16 January 1896

The Yakima Herald. VOL. VII. WE'RE CATCHING SHOE BUYERS , : *t i?\ *&^ *J«^ *u?^ *.»^ «. > |i. i hum- »o hHvr • llni' that If well aelei'tal ■»>> aud because ttrb pair i« belug •■H.I xt irkie V A margin Onr rtchool Hhoe li the j.rrl lint «n.l a ♦» moat serviceable 11106 la town. Try It. ■*'.*'.*■ ■^-ft-«}> ■$• ift •$• <%. ifr-^-fr-^. Ashcraft <fe Kinsey PROFESSIONAL CARDS. T|EAVIS A ENOLEHART, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Rooms 7 ami 8, Second floor, First National Bank building. g C. HENTON, ATTORNEY AT LAW. I'mi-tii ■ - in Federal and all State t'oarta. Office over Yaltlma National Hank. ■< HARK, DENTIST. Otflre over Po»t»(fice, Yaklma avenue, North Yakima. XX J. BNIVELY, ATTORNEY AT LAW. gm~i>n\rr over Yakima National Bank, North Yaklma. Will practice In all th« courts of the State and U. 8. laud once*. W. L. IMM J. M. KITIiK. JONES A NEWMAN, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Over Flrat National Bank, North Yaklma, Wash p FRANK, M. I)., PHYSICIAN & SURGEON. l.air >ii!i. r...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 16 January 1896

- - 3IT . . $7.00 Overcoats, now $& OO $I6Ovcr<o:ils now . 800 p>l '■"'*-• $IJJ Pf]PPfl\f RJIfTC *** 1O Over< *ollt^ llow • *°° 8«* OweremmU* now •15 OO ££?££ ;* 111 I 111 111 am « M*. - >„m mm' am . Brlnv the Chllrtren to •«« tha uui i ill uuuu. Boys' Ovt-rooHts . . . llnli f»r!<*e. M U rry-co-n« U nd. THE YAKIAIA HERALD. ■. U. HERD. EDITOR AND MANAGER Pabllahed-every Thiirtday; rabKriptton fI.W perjraarliKdvanrw. Advertising rate* "l»m application. Til IRS DAY. JAS VARY 16, 1896. O'FARRELL THE HISTORIAN. The Hon. I'at O'Parrel I poses in the Ortgonian, as a historian. Listen to him. "Those of us who have grown gray in the study and pursuit "of historic and economic truth are sneered at." etr. This ia "deiimious." The near and tear of Pat's capillary tissue has not been alto gether thrown an ay, as he seems to have overtaken the truth of the silver question —but bis history ! Well it m.at least, hia own. He dismisses, in the calmest man ner, the statements of the...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 16 January 1896

fi£> t • - DISSOLUTION SALE . . I flV> 4* We will sell Shoes at a Great Sacrifice from now until March Ist, 1896. Some at COST, and 4* The firm of grhutt Hnw., dlnactive p«rt- 4 artW all T^oa T«TT » <"t M * nernlilp M.r.h l.t, Mr. UmDarrt Krhott ■•*►• HO Mill AT LESS THAN COST! -•*». The firm of Srhoit Bros., illMolve j»rt reililnj. We will nail Hh,>e« at • treat r , ... , s c . - ... „., „. ... I .. . ... , **' nernhlp March lit, Mr. I«on*rd Schott rHuctlon until then, fall and Me <i> Children S f 1.50 Mloes for $1. 10. Ladies Kid $4 SllOf, 3 s and 4S, at $1.50 ' Men S Slices, $2.25 for $1.65 v retiring. We will nil Shoe* starrest re f Boys' Shoes, J'g and 4VI at less than cost. All Ladies Coods AT COST. '• " $1.75 for $1.30 ! **m*M*m caiia* m>. Overshoes and Winter Good at Absolute Cost. T B^^^ cjnTTnrnrP ~PS ~fp r^% P2 ! "^^L 1 J^aHßaEß^ ■^-aai ■■■■■■ —. kZ> V / JtjL V— J JL _1_ -CD -EX. \^J C 3, «>> It^^^^^^ai ' THE LOCAL SKETCH-BOOK Entertaining Bi...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 16 January 1896

THE WORLD AT LARGE »■■»- •«••«■ .. Miscellaneous Bits of Information, Gossip and Fancy. TO MAN AM) HELPER. THE MEANING OF A FAMILIAR ITEM WELL KNOWN TO WOMEN. Bow Sam !•..!• ii. i the Wall I'»p»r Mid Fan ActMl ax Helper—Adam awl Hl» AfTlcuimral I'nr.iiii. la the Garden af K.lfn ralated by a Modern I:t». That tix> f;uuili:tr item on our plumb er's bills, "To n:au and helper," is e« pressive of so lunch in our daily domes tic relations liMiQM almost forgiventhe plumber tho gift of the phrase. "I'll patch np that i>ai>eron tho wall: yon leave it." says And then Sam appears on a day when yon are in the thick of him particularly absorbing household task nnd be says: "I've come np early to in. ml that, paper, and if yon'U just make come paste for mo. please, I'll go at it." You sigh, but do it cheerfully, thinking, if it is early in your niarrird life, that that will be all Presently, howtvw, there is a demand for rags, steptoiidor, pail and whisk broom. Those al*o yon get oat an...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
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