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Irrigation is King
and We are the People!
Our great $75,000 cash pumping plant is in operation, irrigating 3,000 acres
of the finest land under the sun. Prosser is the commercial town of the lower
Yakima valley. 50,000 sheep are sheared here. The great Horse Heaven wheat
and stock country of 400,000 acres is at our backs. The wonderful Sunnyside
region is before us. The Northern Pacific railroad runs through our midst.
• Now we are going to develop the farm lands, knowing that the town will
take care of itself. We are going to show our opportunities honestly and truth-
fully, and we are going to help the people who come here. No fairy tales will
be told. We are here to win, and those who come and stay with us will win, too.
We will meet you half way on any fair proposition. Come and see us and our
splendid country and opportunities will grow on you, and you will throw off
your coat and go to wjrkwitli us.
Prosser Falls Irrigation Company,
address, FRED. R. REED, Manager, prosser, wash.
TREES. —— TREES.
WILLAMETTE VALLEY NURSERY CO,
HAVE NOW 200,000 FRUIT TREES
Consisting of Apples, Pears, Cherries, Penelies, Prunes, Qiiinces, Apricots, Crab APP'«».
Neotarlnei." Alsoagreat number of Blackberry Plants.Currants, Jo<weUerrleh. Uawv^ <«riics
Grope* Strawberries, Rhubarb-HorHerttrtish; HOSKS of ever* variety. Weeping w 1 own. ml
ornamental trees. White and English Walnuts, Cliestnuts, Butternuts. In fact, everj thing
f^oJve u"Vcha hUa rn ed? will guarantee saitsfaction, both In Quality and Price.
G. W. Waterbury, Manager.
I keep the beat make of Spraying Pumps and will tjioin at living prices.
Come and see them. Spraying compounds for all insect pests on hand.'
s^- Jackson's Rotary Orcbard & Viueyard Barrow
Wgßk. _^^^SS*^" fur tliori«ut:li and rurrful work. U*etl and en
ijJ^&Lg^^^ (Inrsci! h\ (' I. Wilimx him! olhns.
■iii^ij^wS^T IICP GROOVERS' SUPPLIES, and all soils ( »f
bI I I*^^?"^ i:llln and garden tools, implements and inacliinei y
ikjtv wagons and hardware lor sale at in st. re in greater
L^*f I rT*w^ variety than anywhere in Central Washington.
FRED PENNINGTON, N o^SifeA ßH .
WILL BE SENT THREE
MONTHS, 13 WEEKS,
FOR 25 CENTS, TO
■ _ . ■% • Gold and BliTerWatehe«,meMle»,
Jit I UVIAA Trlrjrlr., <;..n»«niiri»lol»,(«r.t,
ft I 4 I I IWU Bl.lghi;ii»rn«.;c«-tl'op?BkMi f
wine Bliifhlaei, ArroHront, Orgau, PlanM, Cider Mill*,
(uh Drawer*, I-Veil Wills, Mart*, Kuttlct, Bom Hill*,
Utter Prruet. Jack Hrrvwa, Trurks, Anvllt, U»y(i.tt»r»,
Preu MHinlk. Cop? Book*. Tlmi, l)rlll», Road Plows,
UwoHowen, lotfr* Mills, I.hllmi, lUnrtfrm, BumpCirti,
Corn Nhi-lh-r., Hand Cart*, lorgw. Brrapcn,Wlni Vtmee,
Knnnlnic Mills Wrlngon, Knelaef, Haw*. Hteel Blast,
(Irxln Hum us, Crow Han, Kollrn, Tools, Bit Braers,
liar, Si crk, Elerator. Kallroad, Platform anil Collator WALKS.
Rend for rrre I'utal.iituo and «•■• now to uue Hone;. ,
161 80. Jefferiou St., CHICAGO BCALE 00., Chicago, 111.