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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 3 December 1896

VOL. VIII. READ THE ENTIRE LIST! YOU WILL NEED SOME OF THESE. AXES, CAKE GRIDDLES. SAWS, t3B ~ CAKE TURNERS, -»•.-■». •*— —i 2mL WEDGES, F *B8 T CORN POPPERS, SHOVELS, nm nnnin X mmn WAFFLE IRONS, LANTERNS, Tf ILOUII 0■ t • DCttlßllO ROASTING PANS, STKEL TRAPS, a .iS * CHOPPING BOWLS, 808 SLEDS, "» MINCING KNIVES, BUILDING PAPER. ________? MEAT CHOPPERS, PENINSULAR COOK STOVES AND STEEL RANGES. We are headquarters, we have the goods, our prices are right i ————Ml FRED FE!JT2Sri3SrC3-TOISr PROFESSIONAL CARDS. JJEAVIS A ENGLEHART, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Rooms 7 ami 8, Second floor, first National Bank building. g C HENTON, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Prai'tl.-.'-. in Federal and all State Courts. Office over Yakima National Bank. ■yy^ H. HARE, DENTIST. Office over I'li-teffice, Yakima avenue, North Yakima. TT J. BNIVELY, ATTORNEY AT LAW. «^-Offlce over Yakima National Bank, North YHkiraa. Will practice in all ths courts *1 tbe State and U. I, laud office.. W. L. JONES. J. H. KCWM-.1. JONES A NEWMAN, ...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 3 December 1896

ME YAKIMA HERALD. t. M. RIBD. IDITOR AND MANAGER FabltaL__d entry Thursday: sabscrlptton fl.oo per year In advance. Advertising rates upon application. THURSDAY, DECEMBER _. 1896. MUST HELP SIL VER. In a letter from Senator Chandler to the National Revie ir of London, he says concerning the silver question: "The question is not ons of four years, nor a decade. It may take aa long to re monetise silver sa it hss to realise the paralysing influences of demonetization. But tbe fact that six out of the thirteen millions of Americsn voters have given their ballots for the project of immediate free ailver coinage by the United Slates alone shows that the question is one which must be compromised snd adjust ed in some wsy. The sdvocates of gold monometallism sre crying out thst the silver question is dsad. They hope, but do not really believe, that tbia is true. Never waa it more important for In-met alists to sxert themselves. Mr. McKin ley is pledged by his own w.rds to co operate with u...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 3 December 1896

BLfUIKETS : RLHNKETS : DUVETS Did you hesr something drop? If not call in snd see the drop on our BLANKETS and QUILTS. Those who have purchased are more than pleased with the bargains we are giving iv every grade from cheap ones to medinm and fine grade goods, t t t DITTER BROS. CASH STORE SNAP ffIOTUT MIMA Tbe "Herald" Reporter Takes Photo graphs of Local Events. PER PICTURES OF YAKIMA LIFE All (torts ol Paragraphs Uathered In Ihe metropolis of Central Wash* lußton and Iron* the Ureal ana fertile Country Surrounding It. The firemen wilt give a masquerade ball on Christmas night. ■ Hon. S. F. Clark, mayor of Puyallup, was a Yakima visitor this week. Joseph Diegan, aged 27 years, died on Friday, Nov. 27th, of intlnination of the bowels. Secure your reeerved seats for the con cert Tuesday evening, at Janeck's. Tick ets, 35c; 3 for fl.oo. Leonard Scbott and W. L. Winkler left on Wednesday for San Diego, (Jala.. where they will pass the winter. Geo. W. Brown, a stockman of We natchee, i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 3 December 1896

THE WORLD AT LARGE I -*>-)o-mt,"Ot- \ Miscellaneous Bits of Information, > Gossip and Fancy. / AN INNOCENT INTRUDER. lb tspfil Rooms bnl Then Found That ■• Waa Mot Weloome- An amusing story is told of tbe early days of tbe Margaret Louis* borne. The borne, as f* well known, was built by Mr*. Elliott F. Shepard a* a woman* hotel, under the auspice* of the Young Women's Christian association. Tbe first day tbe building was open Mias Altman, tbe directress, waa told that a gentleman bad called to look at moms. Taking it for granted that be wished to engage board for some woman relative, she sent an attendant to show bim the rooms. He expressed himself as mnob pleased and engaged a suit. At nightfall the following day Mias Alt man waa informed by tbe horrified at tendant that "a man had come to occupy the rooms" which he claimed to hnvs engaged tbe preceding day. In tbe hall her startled eyes recognised tbe dignified gentleman of tbe day before, accompa nied by a colored valet wit...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 10 December 1896

VOL. VIII. READ THE ENTIRE LIST! YOU WILL NEED SOME OF THESE. AXES, * CAKE GRIDDLES, SAWS, _ £*j CAKE TURNERS, WEDGES, * j=s_ CORN POPPERS, SHOVELS, nm nnijin a nTHmflDq WAFFLE IRONS, LANTERNS, nIIiUUI. 0 ▼ lIDAIIjIIU ROASTING PANS, STEEL TRAPS, £5 'dJ CHOPPING BOWLS, 808 SLEDS, * £§ * MINCING KNIVES, BUILDING PAPER. >~3 MEAT CHOPPERS, PENINSULAR COOK STOVES AND STEEL RANGES. We are headquarters, we bave the good*, oar prices are right _■_■——£ -F-R-ZEID _?Elsr_l-TI-I_TC3-TO_l_T PROFESSIONAL CARDS. JJEAVIB A ENGLEHART, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Rooms 7 and 8, Second floor, First National Bank luiil.lliig. g O. HENTON, ' ATTORNEY AT LAW. l'raetlcea In Federal and all State Coarta. Office over Yakima National Bank. "yy^ H. HARE, DENTIST. Office over Postal-ice. Yakima avenue, Nortb Yakima. JX J. BNIVELY, ATTORNEY AT LAW. isroffli*' over Yakima National Bank, North Yakima. Will practice In all th* court-ot tbe State and U. 8. land offices. w. [.. jonis. l.a. HIWHAN. TONES A NEWMAN, ATTORNEYS...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 10 December 1896

fHE YAKIMA HERALD. I. M. HID. EDITOR AND MA-UOKB Published every Thursday; subscription II 00 par year in advance. Advartlslaf rate* • pou application. TBVRBDAY. DECEMBER 10, 1896. TBE PRESIDENTS MESSAGE. Congress convened on Mondsy snd af ter organisation proceded to listen to the president* me**age wbicb consisted of 1700 words. The document wss not s brilliant one. Tbs Cubsn question I* discussed bat no recommendation* mad*. A sadden sesl is manifested for the en actment of laws for the control of trusts snd monopolies, snd the present tariff law is briefly discussed snd while not ap proving it ss s whole he show* thst dur ing tb* only entire fiscal year in which the law has been in force, ending June 30, 1896, onr exports increraed more tbsn $70,000,000 while our imports increase ouly *6,600,000. Tbe president renews bis oft-repeated recommendation for the retirement ol oar greenback* and treasury note*, sod tb* substitution therefor of bank note* based upon more interest bearin...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 10 December 1896

Just received a big stock of Outing Flan nels in all weights. SNAP ffIOBAT MIA be "Herald" Reporter Takes Photo graphs or Local Events. PEN PICTURES OP YAKIMA LIFE All Morta ... Paragraphs Gathered In the *n. iropoiuol Ontral Waeh> iiimon aaa from the ureas aaa fertile Coaatry inrrounding It. Mayor Redman is again aronnd after a seine ol rheumatism. Mrs. Phoebe Adams and family have Kone to Spokane to spend tbe winter. The public schools will close on Friday ol next week for the Christmas holidays. Joe Keith, formerly a resident of this ci>y, died recently at Aberdeen, this state. Col. L. S. Howlett, left on Monday for Phoenix, Arizona, to attend the Irri gation congress. Mrs. Cyrus Walker and son expect to leave for California next month to spend the balance of the winter. F. M. Iter did not accompany bis wife to California but is now working in Khinke's photograph gallery, Eliensburg. Two city tickets have been nominated in Eliensburg. On one Dr. P. P. Gray ie the candidate ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 10 December 1896

THE WORLD AT LARGE 9mas9nßtmw Miscellaneous Bits of Information, Gossip and Fancy. SOUTH AFRICAN COOKERY. n_s IfatlTe BUI of J__r_ Curias D-Haav to th* White Mm. A very palatable dish is made of an elephant's foot by putting it in a hole, building a fire around and over it snd keeping it going for five or six hours. Elephant's tail Is said to be very deli slcns when washed, soraped and fried until it is a riob brown. A novel way of making a stew is practiced by one tribe, who nse the animal's skin as a re ceptacle for water. Pot in this water vegetables and pieces of meat and tben sdd redhot stones. This generates vast quantities of steam and makes tbe wa ter boll without injuring greatly tbe surrounding hide. At tbe end of an boor tbe ooutents are cooked and the water bas become a very fair soap, but a little peculiar on account of tbe amount of cinders, sand and fragments of atone it contains. Still another tribe cook locusts, grasshoppers, katydids and tbe like, and say they tast...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 17 December 1896

VOL. VIII. « inn*. ■ *. »«. in. I'atter, patter, 'tis the patter of the raindrop on the riHtf, 'Tls uot the raindrop, *ij> the clatter ol the reindeer's tiny hoof. The children are all fast asleep and tucked an ay so sung, Dreaming of the coming morning, when one will have a mug, One will have a canity pistol, one will have a slate: F.veryonc will have a treasure, each will be el»le! l'apn. mamma, dear Krlss Krlugle, a long lime have looked out. Anil knew when they the presents purchased what they were about, Christmas morulag, bright and charming, comes but once a year; l.'-t tit each one then determine to make It bring good cheer; He the morning bright or cloudy, be It ralu or shine, Take the blessings as we Hud them under oar "fig and vine." let us feel nowhere tbe pleasure which we And at home, Then indeed we will be happy and never wish to roam, let contentment be our watchword ever through tbis life. Remembering home on Christmas morning ever la the strife. A happy childhoo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 17 December 1896

THE YAKIMA HERALD. I. M. SIBD. EDITOR AND MANAfIF.R Pabllabed every Thursday; subscription $100 p*r year in advance. Advertising rates ■ pon application. THURSDAY. DECEMBER 17, 1896. PUGILISTIC DEGREDATION. Tbe object lesaon in the manliness of the art of self defense that is now being given In court at San Francisco is any thing bnt a strong appeal to tbe people for a continuation of tbeee exhibition*. Tb* past record of the referee hs* been brought to tbe aurlace (bowing that he bad been a atage robber, murderer antl one of the moet desperate of tbe toughs during the early days of Tombstone and Gnnneeon. Four or five witnesses have been found to swear not only that the decision in tbe recent prize fight between Sharkey and Fitzaimmons had been agreed on in advance but that they were partis* to the fraud. They were seconds, and bottlebolder* and trainers and black legs attendant on the ruffian to whom the decision waa given, and they pro ceeded to deecribe with much detail the beas...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 17 December 1896

SNAP SHOTS AT YAKIMA The "Herald" Reporter Takes Photo- graphs of Local Events. PEI PICTURES OP YAKIMA LIPE All Nana ol Paragraph* Uailiere* In Ihe 1. i...,,.,ii„„f Central v ash. ingt.iii ana from ihe I.real mnS -critic hi Mirr.iMiMtiiig ||. F. A. Curry ei|iects to go to Rosnlaud for a short time, soon. Mr. and Mrs. Frsnk Wheeler arrived iv Yakima on .Saturday last after a bridal lour of several weeks. Mr. J. X Ryan left last evening for Rosslaiiii, B.C. win re he has made all the necessary ..arrangements for engaging in business. It is reported that Mr. and Mrs. W. 11. Peatrnsa will give a party to their numer ous friend* upon their return from their wedding tour. Mr. Dell Hiscock left yesterday for New York to spend the holiday season with his pareuts and among old time friends and acquaintances. Harry Haste, who waa arrested at Walla Walla under the charge of bur glary, has been released, the evidence not justifying prosecution. The young people of the Epworth L"ague will hold a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 17 December 1896

INFORMATION FOR ALL Valuable Ad?lce Regarding tbe Bother ing of Porkers it tbis Season. UPHOLOIHG THE ELECTORAL STSTEI A New lias thai Will --1.-j.ot Irsusd aOaraer-Aa Optical lliaslaa that Will Assist la rieaaaatly I'sttim a Wlater Bvealag. Butchering time is nesr at hand; have plenty of dry wood np, kettlea and ecald ing tnb ready, the old gun ready to shoot, and the knivw sharpene.l Meat killed In moderately cool weather, writes C, D. Lyon in Rum! World, will tske *alt bet ter and keep sweeter than that killed in severely cold weather, tinder latter con dition* it ia liable to free or cbill before the animal heat and amell leaves the can: aaa. Water heated witb hot limestone rock will clean a hog better than water heated in kettle*. If yoa beat in kettlea put a shovelful cf ashes in the scalding tub; 100 degree* ia aealding heat, but water at 175 to 180 degree* will do tbe work much quicker, but with more danger of letting tbe bair. Tbe thermometer ia tbe beat teat ol the proper ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 17 December 1896

PRE-CHRISTMAS NOTES Many Attractive Entertainments Ar ranged for the Holiday Season. CHOICE PROGRAMS AT THE CHURCHES i ... ..I ii.m. iirini-ini ni M rllane <■>•■. I ..-in. w i.i, I. Have Trass, plrrtf In and Ikasi .oiih Iskims Muring Ike Pan Week. Take your produ.e to Kinsey A Co'a. Go to Scbott's Shoe Store for your rob bers. 4tt-3t Albert Saylor ia back from a trip to Montana. N. N. lirown haa returned from a brief visit to Spokane. Our entire stock of cloaks and capea at cost. Collin Kroa. It is reported that a German, for the benefit ol the library, will be given some time early in tbe new year. Jerry Dunn and Wm. Stohie, of Sunny aide, were North Yakima visitors for aeveral days tbis week. Mrs. W. £. Lawrence of tbe Moxee, left this week for a visit to ber former home in Champaign, 111. Mrs. W. 11. Ueid, who has been vikit iting her sister, Mrs. J. \V. Thomaa, for some time past, left for her home in Ta coma yesterday. 1 . I_. Satterlee, a former compoaitor on the Timet, ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 17 December 1896

■ -_4i__w_______---M-_---i II .. Photograph Album* from T3e lo $3.00 Toilet Sets, p - ■ ••»<> to 4.00 Manicure Sets, . 81 .OO «« 7.30 Baby Toilet Seta - &Oe " 2.00 Work Boxes, . . 23c " 3.00 Collar nnd Vuif Boxes 1.00 " 1.00 —- yc_X'_nfiM-^-_^_fi_-_-^_r^*^^ Cravat Cases, - 25c •« 1.8& ■■ »■■■ _».— ;»«__ Shaving Nets, - 2..J0 M 5.00 Glove Boxes, - . :*.><• « 2.00 I 1 Traveling Sets - - f3c " 3.00 Handkerchief Boxes, S£<? " J.ffO | | Smokers 1 Nets - 1.50 " 1.00 Japanese Novelties 2'..e up to $4 00 «^_^-^_S^T!ll__L'NC Pn Bibles and Testaments ,c 450 Japanese Cups and Saucers 10c " 100 Ii Juvenile Books -2>-C " 150 Japanese Flower Pots 25c " 75 * "*"""•■ *'**»*V^! 4] Skates 75c " 225 Japanese and Indian Baskets 2j4c " 435 _•»•___■«_• mmmM. sp . Sleds 150 Wave Crest Ware 1.50 " 900 '^^j^^g^^^^^^^^^^^^^ Pocket Knives . ! ' 25c " 350 12 mo. Bound Books 25c " 150 AirGnns. .: 125 " 225 A Tandem BiCVCIe FREE I A ■«■&_»'■»»••■ with every 50c purchase on * Tsmlem ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 24 December 1896

VOL, VIII. READ THE ENTIRE LIST! YOU WILL NEED SOME OF THESE. AXES ' CAKE GRIDDLES, SAWS > JtC ~~* Jk. CAKE TURNERS > WEDGES, ▼ _=*_• W CORN POPPERS, I shovels, Wlf QflM'Q 4v nCAfPCPQ waffle irons, LANTERNS, " MP™ 0 IMA IDIIO ROA STING PANS, STEEL TRAPS, £____? js CHOPPING BOWLS, OB SLEDS, S MINCING KNIVES, BUILDING PAPER. »H» MEAT CHOPPERS, PENINSULAR COOK STOVES AND STEEL RANGES. We »re headquarters, wa have tb. goods, oar prices are right n———i PROFESSIONAL CARDS. JJEAVIB A ENGLEHART, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Room. 7 and «, Second floor, First National Bank building. g C- HENTON. ATTORNEY AT LAW. Practice* in Federal and all Htate Court*. Office over Yakima National Bank. "yy # H. HAKE, DENTIST. Office over Poet-Rice, Yakima avenue, North Yakima. JJ^ J. BNIVELY, ATTORNEY AT LAW. f**Offlc. over Yakima National Bank, North Yakima. Will practice In all the court* ol the State and I!. H. land office.. w. _„ -ONkR. *. a. aawMA*. JONES A NEWMAN, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Over Flint National Ban...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 24 December 1896

IHE YAKIMA HERALD. t. K. BUD. ID-TOR AMD KAKAOt-ll PeMfsSM* every Tbarwlaj*. nbecriptton 11.00 far year la aSvaaoa. Advwtlaias rale* apoa application. THURSDAY. DECEMBER U, Iff, ". .' ■ ' BREACH OF FEMINE PROMISE. Ttie new woman ia learning that privi lsgss era always accompanied by rsspou aiMtitles. Aboot Jan. lot tbie leap year one of them, wbo has long contended that women ahoukl have equal rights with men, offered marriage to a young farmer of Saratoga, Neb. He accepted the offer, bat soon afterward she assert ed that she has" been joking and tried to break tbe engagement. Whereupon he consulted a lawyeo and ia about to bring salt for breach of promise. All right-minded men must nope thst ha will win the suit snd tbst tbs new woman will be mulcted in heavy dam ages. If women sre to be permitted to engsge masculine affections whose own era else wonld be wslking in placid med itation, fancy free, they must be bfl.l responsible for tbe use they msks of them. Tbe msscnline heart ia ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 24 December 1896

SNAP HOfftlf YAKIMA" The "Herald" Reporter Tikes Photo graphs or Local Erects. PES PICTURES OP YAKIMA LIPg AU team, mt l-.ra.r.,,.. ItIJIJ In the _p«_rwp*.lla«t central Wash* ■ ••(ton *n. Iran* the i.reat tand Senile f'oanlrf Surrounding It. Mrs. A. E. Kinsey is confined to ber home by illness. The superstructure of tbe new Congre gational church is now wsll sloog. H. C. Lytls of ths Northern Psciflc Coal company, has rented Judge Rssvis' resilience on Fourth street. Miss Lillian E. Kelso, sister of Deputy County Auditor Kelso, waa married at Walla Walla December 23 to William M. Webber of Kiona. Attorney E. B. Preble ot Chehalis, has decided to move to thia city on account of his wife's health snd bss entered into a co-partnership with Vestal Snyder, for the practice ot law. The Eliensburg Capital say. tbat Clar ence Palmer has been nsmed ss deputy nutter Sheriff Stimson and Lse Porden will hold s similar position under Treas urer Ftummerfelt. Both of these young men were formerly ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 24 December 1896

C IIIIIS I ,n »s €'AHOI.S. Nearly nineteen hundred year* Mure onr "Pethlehem star" appear*. Bringing Joy and peace and re»t Kven while at Hair* braa*t, Bells were ringing far and near, Angela singing aweet and clear— Chriattna* carol*, heavenly atraln. Peace on earth, good will toward men. Load hoaanna* then wore *ung, Every golden haip waa *trmig, And the manic awaited afar While more glorlon grew the star; Joy bell* ebimed, the air wa* reat, For a Saviour had been sent; And tbe world dwelled tbs retrain - Peace on earth, good will toward men. Lo! Hia birthday eoine* again - ' Preeloa* lamb on calvary alain— Sitting by Hi* Father*_ throne, tot oat slas He bath atoned. Ring, oh Joy (ul bell*, ring ont; Let every tribe snd nation ihost He scads Hl* spirit ber* to reign— And peace on earth, good will toward men. tatae hasksu.. OH. BHRAOY ON VENTILATION. •Mia VwMrabie »>.___» on This Sut^ecl Tka* Have am -Exploded. The effect of expired air upon animal life is the subject of an inte...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 31 December 1896

THE YAKIMA HERALD. VJQL.VIIIe READ THE ENTIRE LIST! YOU WILL NEED SOME OF THESE. AXES, CAKE GRIDDLES, SAWS > ju ."SX ;W CARE TURNERS, WEDGES, EsO *T CORN POPPERS, SHOVELS, mil nntjin nn»mnnn WAFFLE WONS, LANTERNS, *U»W» 5 Hill-1 HKb ROA STING PANS, STEEL TRAPS, .&. *~~* ■>&. CHOPPING BOWLS, 808 SLEDS, SS MINCING KNIVES, BUILDING PAPER. —* MEAT CHOPPERS, PENINSULAS, COOK STOVES AND STEEL RANGES. We are headquartere, we hare tbe good*, oat prices are right i ■__-__—__. FBED FElTl^ri3sra-TO3Sr PROFESSIONAL CARDS. -m&*ccccctt3cstettxsc!K*s3SGx3ten:t rxo-v-Jcaxtgzset JJEAVIB A ENOLEHART, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Boobs 7 and 8, Second floor, rirst Rational g^ 0. HENTON, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Prentices ia Federal and all State Cowls. Ofllee ever Yakima National Bank. W. H- HARE, DENTIST. OOlo* over Poateffice. Yakima avenue, North Yaklma. JJ^ J. BNIVELY, ATTORNEY AT LAW. gmr-Otftc* over Yakima National Bank, North Yakima. Will practice in all Ihe court*ol th* _UU and D. 8. bad office...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 31 December 1896

IHE YAKIMA HERALD. & M. SBSD. IDITOB AUD MAXAQIR PahHs-M* every Tharsdav; satowlpttao US pmw fmBM la fIAWMfe A 4 wniaJac ratn THURSDAY. DECEMBER St, lttt. y~~ ' ' ' *" "THE HERALD" SUBSCRIBERS. Than an many eubecribera to Tn Haa inn who am in arreara, aad aome ot tbem lor eeverai yean. The manage asoat at this paper neogniaw that tbe than an bard bnt so much leniency hss bean sbown tbat it ia now an absolute ■nsaaHf In call upon all who an delin qneatito make payment. Importunate cnditon^and> jndgmeat la firoTof one wbo directly own this oflloe In man waya than on*, inclodlag tb* coll*ctioo aad appropriation ol money to which he haaCnoCa shadow of claim, means aa enforcement of this request if not observ ed. It la to be hoped that than indebt ed to Tn H-wald far *dv*rti*iog, job priatiag snd sabscriptions will promptly nspond to this notification. OUT OF VOUCH WITH THE TIMEB. The Christian Endeavorera an eeraeat, honest aad well meaning people, wbo, without doubt, sn inspired...

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