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'It is easier," tlie curate read, "for a
needle to go through the eye of the camel.
He sa\y toe vicar's stony sture fixed on him
nnd realized thiit lie was making a mistake,
lie blunhsd, onnxbed slightly and correct
ed himself: "It is easier fur the camel to
go through tlK> knee ol the idol " Then lie
went on qnite lmppily.
For lie largest and best assortment of
stationary, school supplies, newspaper
periodicals and magazines, athletic: goods,
guns and. ammunition, cijitrs, and fancy
tobaccos, no to Moore & Mcore. the sta
tioners, Yakii^a avenue, two doors above
Sfi-otid street. North Yiikiimi.
\V. 1.. JONES, J. M. NEWMAN,
Nhtiiry Public. ■ " ■ '• ' Notary Public
JONES & NEWMAN,
. ' ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Rooms 4 and o over Pint national bank.
J. B. ERA.VIS, ■ 11. B. MILUOY.
RE A VIS & MILKOY,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Snecial attention to laud office business. North
WILLIAM A. HASTINGS, ' ....
Gold or Porcelain Crown and Bridgework a spec
laity. Office room 9 Dudley block.
CIVIL ENGINEER. ANDSURNEYOR
Plans and specifications for engineering and
archltecm"al work, City, comity and township
maps.' B.vndfc.ite block', North Yakinia.
FIRST NATIONAL BAM
NORTH YAKIMA, WASH.
Capital and Surplus, $127,000,
J. R. lewis, President
.. CbarJes Carpenter, Vice president
•■ • ' ' VV. 1.. Steimvc},', Cashier
Henry 'leal, Assistant Cashier
.:.-» Information ■Regarding Mima County
''■•■ • -: Cheerfully fii?ea.
'/irrfPffl" —iliiilßi I IAM AGENT
, . «||^£;|!;l!f|r Automatic
k School Desks,
| filobcs, Maps
1- Stationery and :
S^^^Si! Pi School Supplies
i ' hjjj furnished by the
i 'Wf'k Oregon School
■ •mi Supply Co. For
/ (I s'. ecnil ])iices a'l-
Ts sell anything: horses, breediug stock,
poultry, produce, a little advertisement In The
It.inch will be a sure helper. Three lines, four
insertions, for $1. A larger space and longer
titreat proportionate rates.
Waut ads., Rent ads., Itellnquistaincut ads.,
E&tray ads, Help Wauted ads.,—for all these
Tiik Ranch is especially adapted.
MAN AND WIFE WANT EMPLOYMENT
on farm. No children. Man can milk
mid understands farm wo:k. Womnn good cook
and housekeeper. Address W. 15., Kuneh office,
North Yukimu. Wash.
WANTED TO RENT, with privilege of buy
ing Af> to 10 acre ranch on high
bench land within 2 to :S miles of Nor.h Yakima.
Address, XXX, care The Ranch.
DO YOU WANT MOXKV? We want second
hand furniture aud stoves, if you have
anything you are uot using aud want your
money out of it do not f»il to call, as I exchange
for something that y >v can make uso of. or pay
you the highest cash price for a single article or
a complete outfit. D. K. SMITH, First Street.
H. H. ALLEN,
CHEMICALS. PAINTS, OILS,
STATIONERY, SCHOOL BOOKS,
Corner Yakima Aye. & 2nd St., North Yaklma
Commencinir February IG, 1894. Goods must be sold regardless of p.oat to make
room for my spring stock which will arrive soon. This is a irpnuine clearance Bnlf.
Brihtf alontr your cash and buy Qpnt'fl Fnniishinu; Goods, Hjits, Caps, lioots nnd
Hhoes and Clothinjr Forty IVr Cent Cheaper th-.in any place in town. Best lino of
Ladies' and Children's Shoes in the city. Don't foryet the place.
*J. H. Carpenter,
LOWE BRICK BLOCK. YAKIMA AVENUE
SEE PRiCES A i f\ TT IJT /J ' „
in the w.ndow At Unc-tlalf Price.
T-j FIRST ST..
for Hamilton Brown's Boots and Shoes.
The hest in the world for the money.
All kinds of trmceries, and men's fur
nishing gnodfl at lowest prirfs.
WHEN IX TOWN CALL AT THE
Home Bakery and Restairant!
A STRICTLY WHITE INSTITUTION.
Good meals »t all hour* at usual juices, Every
thing lirst-cliiss. (Jive us a call. ('o-OPERA
TIVE BTOHK BLOCK, SECOND STREET.
LIVE MEN drive TT
LIVE HORSES that require .
A 1, X X X HARNESS. -**■
INTELLIGENT MEN f\
BEST HARNESS at Tp
A. It. SINCLAIR'S q
First Street. North Ynkitna.
Also a full line of' Veterinary Remedies. ?