November 22, 1902 – Yelm in the News

Washington Recorder

he crates Poland-China hogs arrived here this week by Northern Pacific express, consigned to E. A. Whitney.  Judging from the remarks and comments of bystanders thy were fine specimens of the breed.

Turkeys are said to be very scarce this year.  Nevertheless Yelm was treated to an old fashioned shooting match today the prizes being turkeys, so there ill be no dearth o turkey dinners fir next Tursday.

Messrs. A. S. McKenzie, J. A. McKenzie, S. C. Paff and masters Clarence Lotz and Alvin Thornton were in Olympia several days this week.  They were attending the trial of A. S. McKenzie against the Northern Pacific Railroad company.

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