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Goods at Cost for
For the next sixty ihys 1 will sell at cost Dry Goods, Gents' Furnishing Good*,
. i Hosiery, Booi.«, Shoes', Furnishing Goons* Tinware, Wooden ware and Notions
~ffc THIS IS A BONA-FIDE SALE! -*-
' 1 am Roiuic to Chicimo to bring back an Immense new stock, therefore must niak? . '
room in ray store by selling all goods on band at' ACTUAL COST:
The jacket Store. C£ST£££ Christ Millet*.
Ot the Bort Which Was Found in Oregon
When She Was Young and
There wa-nl any pirlicul-ir cxei'e
nient over the bnngiug of Ibe man point
ed out and aintstid at Big Bend he the
chap who s-tole a pack mr.le from Col
White's cftlitp over on Fith river. One
of White's nipn, who was over alter bit
eon, happened to meet the stranger, ami
he went to Jim litdfern, president of I lie
vigilance committee, and said:
"Jim, is it a good day for a hangiH-!"
"\Vall, loleiahly far, 1' replied Jim.
"The cuss who stole our pack Blew] i-.
down in the tin front sa'oon.' 1
"I see. Anil you want him hum;?"
"1 don't ki'er no great shakes about it
myself,-bill I reckon theKumel would be
"I'm Willing 10 obhege, Col. While, as
he's a good friend of mine; bat do you
think the crittei down thir has any ob
ji'fshinis to hem' hung?"
"He don't look like a mail who'd kick
about it. .'Pears more- like a critter
who'd lie glad to be oil" ihe aiith."
"Well, we'll take chances onliiri,"
hiiid Jim, am! he went to Ilia shanty and
got a rope and asked eiuht or ten of the
boys to go alone. Wlien I lie crowd
reached the tin front saloon the stranger
was just coming out.
"Say, we want yon," said Rcdfertt.
■'Goin' to hants, you,"
"Fur Btealio' Kurnel Wliitc's pack
"Wall, fire away. 1 '
lie was corted to a tree where r doz
en more men had been duly hangrol, nut I,
lifted up on an empty whisky bairn I, (ho
noose was soon placed over his h»>< k
"Want to say anything! ' asked. hm. us
all was ready.
"Nothin 1 tall."
'"Then let 'er go. 1'
An hour Inter Whit**'* man, whn htnl
started for home, retiinu'd l« bnnt up .Mi.
Red fern and .sny :
"Look-aLt'ic, Jitfl, that, ft'llei di.ln't
steal our mewl.''
"No. Tlit'V KOI lllU IVIIrr ami the
mewl over Hi (.'lay City, an.l Imaged In n
this mornin'. 1 tliun<;lil this was ihc (Vi
ler, but 1 must I a c bin mistook."
'I see. Wall, liu'h bin bung an I buri
ed, anil we can't belp him any now.
We'll joit let ihi! next on<» off, to even nj>
things,—Pendtctou Bast Oregonlun.
RANCHE AND RANQE.
JOHN SAWBRIDGE, __
4 111-1 1^ 7 1
All kinds Farm Implements,
Majestic Steel Ranges, White
Sewing Machines, John Deere
Plows, 1). M. Osborrie & Co.
Mowers and Hakes, Columbia
YAKIMA AYE. NORTH YAKIMA,
ASK YOUR GROCER FOR HOME PRODUCT.
I'id or Patent I'lour
Red Star Flour and ....
Whole Wheat Flour.
GRAIN, FEED AND SEEDS,
North Yakima Mill Store, Opposite P. 0.
go to —- For general hardware, build-
E^^ l^/^/'v Iv^ *n^ material, wire, shovels,
• V«y« Iyw\>A. forks, hoes, granite ware,
"\7s?"sLrdL Biosic, tinware, fishing-tackle, etc.
Pure Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals, Paints, Oils,
Varnishes, Dye Sinll'-), Choice Perfumery and Toilet Articles. Pure wines and
liquors for medical me, Physiciatiit'/Hrcsoriptiojis ainl family recipes careful I y pic
purt'd, il«y or nijjht. Your patronage solicited.