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IB YAKIMA HERALD.
«■ llirKO EVBKV THI MMDA » .
12.00 PER aNTOM. Of ADVANCE.
linrtWtC lain l>i Aitliratwi.
W W W A TOOK, I JAB. R COX,
Editor. I ButlneM Manifer.
Olcial Paper of North Yatlma.
VICTORY IN DISOVISE.
That victory often advances in the
guise of defeat la clearly demonstrable in
the political history of every considerable
niton on earth.
If smi'cpm be desired only (or momen
tary profit or pleasure without regard !■ t
its ultimate effect upon the body politic,
It may be set down without hesitation
that the motive behind the effort to attain
it is impure and unsafe. Tbe impulse
that actuates tbe leaden in such a move
ment is mercenary, and in a greater or
less degree, dangerous to the liberty of
those who** Interests it reaches with its
liauy hand of greed (or pelf and power.
Its touch is poisonous, the effect lasting
ami 111* results oftentimes incurably hurt
From expressions already in circulation
throughout the land there is reason to
lwlieve that Democracy has endeared
itself to the great masses of tbe country
by suffering loss in tbe recent state con
tests in order to cleanse its party tram
withiu. We are aware that this sacrifice
la nut usual in partiaan campaigns, but
the i oaracter and honor of the nation.il
Democratic organization were at stake
and any loss in tbat respect they might
have sustained in these important local
contests would have affected the condi
tion of the party in the greater national
contest in !896.
rhetdominant element of the party is
nuciaupronitsiDg in its patriotic advocacy
of at oJ government. It despises partisan
muonomy. It execrates the spirit that
tyiukles to bossUm. It looks with pto
louihl suspicion upon the growth of any
( i-nil iition that seems to menace the emu
lunn ioterpsts of the people. It beholds
in the power of corruption, should it once
!•■ permitted to permeate every adminis
trative department of government, the
utler demolition of every institution of
,wh:i li the people of the republic have
Inn,- I>o&«ted so proudly. It sees with
vision of unmistakable clearness the
mad forces of destructive revolution form-
U>g behind the lines of vitiated, unsound
itml depraved public service. The skies
up' flecked with tbe clouds of anarchy
mid above the horizon menuringly rises
the Ktorm of disorder and dissolution.
Thus the Democratic party viewed.
with humiliation and fear, the growth of
tbe political autocrat within iv o*u
miiks. Its first dnty to its country and,
therefore, to itself was to depose him and
demolish his throne. The New York oli
yuri'hy deserved and received the initiul
attark; and the work of purification was
H'l-' kly transferred to the battle ground
of Ohio. Croker and Neal both fell early,
the one because of his utter absence of
roci&.-ience in his work ; the other because
of. his dearth of genuine Democratic policy
in hia. Thus went Maynardism. And
n much for mugwumpiaui.
The task was not difficult of accomplUh-
MMt by the means employed.
The corruption-ist, the ring organizer,
the mercenary ncoundrel who pursues a
professional occupation in every cim
t>t!gn, clothed in the cnoi king habit of
duty, cannot exis. with success in the
Democratic party without driving from it
the numerical strength necessary to ,
The result of elections held Urt week '
, in a large measure, be auitbcted la ]
lrtive presence of such party ills a»d j
|«>iicy experiments as repel the masses i
ami discourage rural aggressivansss. i,
Thtj do not indicate a large tnerasss in j
the opposing party, a* many foolishly de
clare; bat they do present very foroMr
the fact that thousands of Democrat* lent J.
icterait in the contest sod on etectioa
day they refused to "stand op and b?
oxißted." This is tbe most serioos con- j
sequence ot trying to conduct party affairs
fry machinery. It will not work. It can
not satisfy tbe people. The country will
1 not have it.
The lesson is s good one. It* effect
ought to be salutary. And it wiil be, if
tbe statesmen of the country retain their
reason. The warning came in good lime
to serve an eminent purpose in the next
Let Democracy remain Democratic.
Let its policy be unequivocally defined.
Let it subserve and promote tbe common
interests of tbe country, independent of
selfish purpose. And give Democrats a
chance to show their strength, unhamp
ered by ismß and schims.
AN UNWORTHY SCHEME.
It is scarcely worth while to devote
much space to the subject of reorganiza
tion, for so few well-informed taxpayers
favor it that there Is do serious danger
from the effort of the sensation-makers.
The proposition, on its very face, is a
ridiculous thing. We are asked to (rive
up th at without out whicl .c cannot ex
ist, and we are told that we mast content
ourselves with those conditions which we
labored unsparingly to overcome in the
organization of the city. The existence
of these conditions made a special charter
lortinscity absolutely necessary. A char
ter under the general laws would no more
■Hit us now than it would then. It would
be absolutely inadequate.
The tax question has been settled.
Where, then, is there occasion for objec
tion to our present charter ? As a matter
of tact, there is none. The movement
was begun by two or three persons who
seek personal advantage, regardless of
the sacrifice entailed in a public way.
Their supporters are mainly the riffraff of
the city who iutve nothing to lose in any
In view of developments made during
the past week, The Hebald cannot be
lieve that any considerable element of
business men will hesitate a moment to
denounce the proposition as the outgrow th
of a disposition to j >b the city out of sev
eral thousand dollars,—concerning which
a statement will be presented next week.
NOTE AND COMMENT.
The meanest man in the world reei'ics
in Chicago. His wife has just secure.) a
divorce from tbe brute. The husband,
William, was in good circumstance*. He
becainn angered at all hie wife's relatives
ar.d sent all the wedding presents back ,
he made his wife walk fifteen miles a day
far her health, take care of two horses
and do the housework. If she did not
meet him at the door every night and say,
"William, I am so triad you came borne,
let me kiss you;" he locked her In a room
and fed her on bread and water. He
kept her locked up eleven days at one
time and eight at another for this. He
stuffed clothes In the baby's mouth every
time it cried, ami when Mrs Qu« kenboas
wept and sobbed he counted the sobs and
made her stay In lied a day for every sob.
One time she was a prisoner in bed for
ten days on account of sobs.
"A tailor-mado suit of clothes," said
Hon. 11. J. Snively, "is made to lit the
man who ordered it. Ilia measure is
taken, that the tailor may be exact. A
ready-made suit of clothes is supposed to
fit anybody cenerslly, but no one particu
larly. So it is with our city charter.
Our measure waa taken and a charter
made to tit us. We are satisfied with the
work; it is just what we want. The char
ter provided by the general laws wouldn't
tit us at all. It tits no town in particular.
That's why it is being changed all the
lime. The difference between our special
charter and one made by the general pat
tern is very similar to the difference be
tween a tailor-made suit of clothes and
one manufactured to fit 'most any one."
The sheriff took possession of the Wash
ington state building at the World's fair
grounds on Monday under an attachment
by the Union National bank to enforce a
.him of |IM, Tho Washington State
< iimrni-tnioners had an account with the
Merchants National bank of Tawina.
They drew n check for *;!.'.") and a draft
for $1000 on account, but the bank had
suspended tind the payment waa refused.
The Union National bank, of Chicago,
holds the paper and brings the suit to re
cover the amount advanced.
Tho Spokane Outburst, which hns
:ic hicved (juite n reputation duriiu the
past year as a feurle*s journal, politically,
socially And othernise, has now a start
liug array of names at its masthsad an
editors, critics, poet*, humorists, etc. It
is one of the brightest little papers in the
west. Its literary features are excellent.
Leo Fhinhlld is one of its editors.
W. Null Junes, formerly an editorial
writer on tho Spokane Rev ew and gen
eral known throughout the stHte as an
uncommonly clear and forceful contribu
tor to the discussion of current events,
committed suicide in Chicago some days
Ma by tuking morphine. He leaves a
arid, but no children. Ho was despond
Ahoiitiwo columns of very intertsting
matter w.w prewired this week concern
ina HM motive for the reorganize ion
movement, but tlie printer did not r oeive
it in tiros to hn'idle it for tbis i*su \
The tei a^ent Rt the UmstilU reserva
tion n '"■ innll from Qtonta." (irover
bM MM a Ivanta."' over Sylvester—and
iir-.-u P:':nocratß have bc-.'tm to realize
Tiiere will be a universal exposition
held iv Paris in tbe year IMS, the direct
or of whk'b will be M. Alfred
President CU-velandha* dfwiimated the
30th ol thii mot th a« a i»y of i•iinks
girinjc- Il« max? har« overlooked Pen
"The Story of • Kirn™ will prove inter
e*tiajto all, Joe *bo i* it that hat not
! exper'eaceJ tbe bsppmea* that surrounds
jibe Bi>stmes of that ooexplainable de
jiiAt —a kiatt—be it aa eeatstic dream of
I W*»«r an on tin***!/:* U>oi wo*. Zola's
I latest * rt "Tbe Story of ■ Kiss" is ■
; plfcy (.1 iateMiiy, sboaing the combined
' effort* of love, jeudoaty an 1 hatred, cul
i liasiiag in tn- old adage "Love .Rules
the World." Miss Merli has had the
! work *i«t-ia!!r dramatized, fitting her
,tDHuy rapsl/i!iti«#, thaa portraying a
chtra i<r «itb her bestur and genius that
j will leave a picture in tbe hearu of all
| that will 1* perennial. At the opera
| boose Friday ni^lit. this week.
"Ciiristian Education by Couurettation
alii>ti on the Efe iSe Coast it the title of
a hanlsoimly printed, paper bound
pamphlet ol 55 pages no*' being distrib
uted throughout the land by the dennm
[ inatioa of which it is a creditable product
Tbe last few pastes am devoted to descrip-.
tioo and illustration ot the Ahtanutn
•cademr near this city. We are indebted
to Rev. H. 8. Cueadle for a copy of this
The Woman* Relief Corps' musical
and literary entertainment advertised to
be given on .Saturday night at the opera
house has been postponed until Friday
□iljht cf next uerk. the 21th inst. Prof.
Francis is unnble to lie here before that
date. The pro^amuie for the evening de
signated is an intt ifHtin^ one. The best
local talent has been secured and a feast
is in store for those who attend.
C. B. Luerinorc, of Seattle, made a
flying visit to Yak in m this week to con-'
sunimate a l>ig d<>al with O. H. McKin
ney for Yakiuia property. Mr. McKin
ney has gone to Seattle to arrange the
Captain Eli's lectures on Friday ami
Saturday nights last at the opera house
were not well Kllemled, but they deserved
to be, for they were replete with interest
and brim full of humor.
John M. Fix, a prominent merchant
and capitalist of Lewiston, Idaho, ls|in
the city. He is loaking for a new loca
tion. There, is reason to believe that be
may find it here.
Charles Harrison Teaff, of Seattle,
traveling for the (iordon Hardware Co.,
was in the the cily yesterday. He re
ports trade quiet and money scarce on
An eastern capitalist is investigating
the subject of putting in an electric street
ear system in this city. We are not in
formed as to progress made in the inquiry.
Buckingham's Dye for the whiskers is
the beat, handiest, safest, Kurent, cleanest,
most economical aud satisfactory dye ever
in 'enled. It is the gentlemen's favorite.
There are 110 boys and M girls in the
sts'e reform school at Chehalix, 59 more
than last year, all told. The institution
has some |SU,UUU on hand.
Al. 8. Dom arrived from tit. Paul M
Friday the lutli and has located two
miles south o( town.
Born, on Suturday, the 11th Inst., in
this city, to the wife ol Judge J. H.
Beaves, a sod.
E. E. Butler hat made application (or
appointment M auperintendeot of the
•tmt« (air grounds, lie ia well recom
mended by leading bu*!nea« in.-n of the
Ah there! Stop at llie Hotel Yakinia
barber shop; shaving twenty-flve cents,
or two (or twenty-live cents each. Hot or
cold ba'hs on a moment* notice.
A. B. Weed and Fr:»nk Horaley, who
have been sojourninir in 'he east for a
month, returned hist week, highly pleased
with the result* of their visit.
Tho briU» spanning the TakimiJ river
below old town suffered considerably by
the recent high water. It has been con
demned as unsafe.
<ilen O. Dudley, Charles P. Anne, I.
W. Dudley, F. H. Boyd and F. P. IfMk,
of Kennewiik, were in the city on Friday
Jas. Mabry cut his h*ntl severely with
a harness knife on Satnr.lsy. The injnrr
will require careful nursing for several
\V. R. Shearer, (!■■• oM reliable cas\
shaver, ia agnin lightly dmrtaa] the raxor.
You will find him with Suanson at the
Hotel Yakiuia shop.
Hoo. .1. I. Stewart, of Pnyaliup, was in
the city during the «■« k, l>>okiug after
eitensive interests in this county.
F. \V. Potllßrove, of Port Townsend,
w*» In the city this week. He hud many
kind words to say of North Yakima.
Ueo. Bosdct, local agent for Allen C.
Mason, returned on Wednesday from a
bnsiness trip to Tacoma.
Ex-Sheriff Bowles, of Walla Walls
county, committed suicide at bin home
on Eureka Flat recently.
C. W. Everest, the Wdbetter ditch
contractor, tarried a day with us thin
Editor Sthnebly, of the Ellensbiirgh
Locatizor, was inttecity during the week.
E. M. Reed will leave in the morning
for a week's sojonru >n tbe Sound.
E. M. Pine, the hop press man of Puy
alliij>, in in the city on business.
J. T. Brown, an attorney, recently of
Spokane, has located in this city.
Frank,C. Reed, o( Prosser Falls, was in
the city during tbe week.
O. M. MuKinney went to Seattle this
morning on business.
Marshall Shudder has returned from
his eastern trip.
Agent T. L. Krwin, of the reservation,
is in the city.
Hon. 8. C. Hyde, of Spokane, is in the
Andrew Uibson, of Martin, is in the
A tel of liber teatpoons to cenlt, tilerr
napkin ring 25 cenlt, fifarr tall and pepper
thnkrrt So centt, thrte tiller tabltrpooits -5
centt. thrte tilcer forks 2.1 cents, nlver but
ter Msa H centt, at Coffin Brot.
U.Ws OF TBE (111RtIIKS.
% Dtrrciorr tor Thomu Who Drilre
i» Atl*n4 K. llgloua Srrvl.r.
Preaching Sun.lav at 11:30 a m. and
":») p.m. Sunday school at 10:30 a.m.
V.P.S.C.E. at 6: 30 p.m. Prayer meeting
Thursday evening at 7:3 J. Seats free.
All are invited.
SI. L. Koke, Minister.
Residence, Secoad M, between C and 1).
MKTUODIHT EPISCOrAI, CHI'ECH.
Sunday mnkmi Sunday school, 10
(o'clock a.m. Sermon, 11 a.m. Class
meeting, 12:30 p.m. Junior League,3:3U
p.m. Senior League, «: 30 p.m. Evening
•erinon, 73> p.m. Prayer st-rvices,
Tumiday and Thursday, 7:3 i) p.m. A cor
dial invitation is extended to all of these
Robt. Wabxer. Pastor.
THE FIRST BAPTIST (IIIRIII.
Sunday gr-hnnl at 10:30 a.m. Preaching
service at 11:3J a. m. B.T.P.U. prayer
meeting at b':3J n. m. Preaching service
at 7:3 ) p.m. On Wednesday of each
i week at 2:30 p. in.. Ladies Mission
Circle. On Thursday at 7:30 p.m., church
prayer meeting. On Fri.lav at 3:30 p.m.
■jhildreu's meeting. On Monday, Tues
day, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday
! niuhts, Chiuese Mission school from 8 till
| 9 o'clock.
Ordinance of baptism at the Bunday
: evening service.
Kvery one cordially invited to attend
Rev. Gko. Armor Fair, Pastor.
ST. JoaKI'II CATHOLIC tin Kill.
Communion mass at 7.30 a. m. Paro
chial mass at 10 a. in. Sunday school at
3p. in. Benediction service at 33d p. in.
Daily mass *t 7 :'. a. m.
A. M. Folciii, S. J., Pastor.
KIR.IT PBEMBYTKRJAN CUI'BCH.
Sunday school, 10:30 a.m. Sermon at
11:30 a.m. ami 7:3J p.m. Prayer meet
| every rhiiradnv evening at 7:3 J.
Y. P. C. E. Society meetini; at 0:3)
Sunday evening. A cordial invitation is
extended to all to atleud these meetings.
Monroe Dbew, Preacher.
riRST CONGREGATIONAL CUI'BCH.
Sunday school at 10.3J a. in.; preach
ing service at 11:3Ja. in. the pastor al«o
preaches at Ahtanmn at 3 p. in.
Rev. 3. it. Cuku.i.k, Pastor.
Street meetings at 7;30p. m.; in the
Barracks st 8 p. m.; every nixht during
the week ; Sunday services at 7 and 11 a.
in . and 3 anil Bp. in. All welcome.
Our priert are loir on everything. We
hate no Itadert. Coffin Brot.
Our fts bugqits are going fait — only 3
left. Coffin Brot.
Ottrcnalt rhtap at Coffin Brot.
iliickir.lvihct cheap at Coffin Broi.
OaU, barUy, hay and chop feed at Coffin
Do Y«i Want To
Give some Holiday presents that will be
appreciated and not cost very much? If
so sit now for a doz»n first claw photo's at
James' i!»l|crv. near Uililland hotel.
; Ureatly reduce-) prices on all size*. 43 tf
Regular meeting of the. Volunteer Fire
dtfMrtOMt of North Yakirna are held on
every first and thirl Thursday even ings of
| "ach month, at 7 o'clock.
Comb kwMW, npssl potatrxi and cranb*r-
I riei at Coffin Brot.
, Bnyt' $uitt ami ortreontt chtap at Coffin
To all who in any way have helped and
encnuraKfd lift io our Gori honored work
we wish, by this method, to express our
Capt. T. 8, Mamibi-bk
An ordinance eoncer»lm the r twMaeat, \wr
ani collection of taxes.
The City of North Yakima don ordain »» 10l-
KirriM 1 All property, both real aa<l rer
•.Mini, thai Is hr )•• taxable fnrcnnntranri •»«»#
nilriKisoa within th* elf» llmtta of thefltTnf
North Ysklmaon the 111 dar of April ol each
year ahall h« suhirct to taxation
9«r. X The Cltr rlerlt snail he th* aswor of
th»«'lfTof North Yakimain.l .hsll i*rf..rm the
aam»dutlea In relation thereto aa the f-onntv As
sessor (• required to do nnder the exiatlor state
laws in count* asaeasmentt
8«r. «. Said city Auwnr ih«n. between th«
first day of Anrll and th* flr«t Monriar of He
re-nher of each rear, ascertain hr dlllwnMn
qalrr th* i>imr< of all persona liahl* to taxation
Intheritv oil North Yablma an.l ai«o all th*
taxable personal and real i>ror*rtv therein on
the first day of April at 12 .■'Horn M .Hind make
out an assessment roll of all taxable property
and anpralae the same accordlnt to the cilalnf
laws for conntv and state assessments
H«r. 4. The f'lt» Assessor must complete his
• aseasmem roll on or before the third Mio'lsr
of December of each tea' and file the urn In
the oitrt of the ritv riert together with the de
tail lists and statement* of a*l persons a«ses«ed
npon Kadi assessment roll alphahetlcallr ar
runred an-l mtin take and subscribe an affidavit
In aaid roll before the cltr J«>tlec of the peace,
whlrh affidavit nhall be •nSsfsnllnHT In form aa
prescribed hr exlafin* atate laws for the county
aa«e*»or. rhanrin* the name from eonnty to city
whenever If antieart In "aid affidavits.
Src. V The clt* council, or a maiorlty of
them, ahall constitute the hoard for the equalis
ation of raxes and correction of error* In the
cltv assessment r"11 In the cry of North Yaklma
•ml 'hall aonnallv hold Its sessions for the
eonalifcitlon of taxes and corrections of error*
In the aasessment roll at the oTlceof the city
'lerk. which session sliall commence on the
tint Monday after the flrrt day of .'aiiuarr
In ea'h year and continue until such
h'taineM |« completed and perform the
■nun- duties In the equalisation of elty ta\»a v
are prescribed hv thec^iatlut: laws forthe conn
tv hoard of equalisation, provided tbat inch s*s
alon shall not exceed one week.
Mr 6. The city clerk ahall he clerk of aald
hoard of equalization and the duties of the clerk
In relation thereto ahall be the lame aa pre
script hr rxtstinir atate lawa for the county
•tidltor, chaiuzinK »he name county to city and
conntv auditor to city clerk therein.
Sit. 7 The rltv Conned mint, on the third
Monday of January of each Tear, estimate and
determine the amount of moncv to he raised In
the city of North Ynkirns. for rlty i.iirpi and
shall at the wmc -cMion lev* thetnx«>« upon *he
a*ses«ed vnlneof the taxable property In the city
na equalized: «nth aKM>aament. de*ermlnation
an.l levy shall t» entertd at larjte in the Journal
of the conn 1 II
»«r. 8. The Rnanl of Kqiiallntion ahall direct
the clerk to place unon atvl aitl tothea»«e«s.
ment roll any property, real or personal, subject
to taxation which It may discover to have b*»n
omitted by the assessor, and mn<t assess the
same at a true and fair value «• romn«re<l with
the avernee valuation of property of the same
or similar kind as made liv th« assessor
<n I On or before the Brut Monday of
March of earh >ear the city cU-rk ahall deliver to
the eltv tn'Bsurt'r the a^«ecsn^€'nt roll to lie st\led
■'The .\s«e«smeiit and Tax Roll nf the cltv of
Vnrth Valiima for the Year IH—' with his war
runt thireto amx«d in substantially the form re
nniredbv law for the county auditor, n the
onemtr assessment roll. chan<in( the name
ccitntvtoclty and the name eontitv auditor to
city clerk therein And the city clerk shall alt)
at tin- same time file In the office
of the city treasurer the. detail lists
and statements of all persons assessed
upon said assessment roll, arranged alphabe'lc
allv. which shall be preserved therein aa re
quired by the existing state law. In the office of
the county treasurer.
Bkc 10. The City Treasurer must, within five
dava after tne receipt of the assessment roll,
nuhlish In a newspaper of g-neral elrcn
latlon of the conntv a notice specifying
that the assessment roll of the city
for the year 1«— Is now in his possession
for the collection of taxes levied therein: tbat
taxes will he delinquent on the 30th day of
March thereafter at 6 o'clock p. m , and that un
less paid prior thereto the penalty and Interest
prescribed by existing state laws will be added
to the amount thereof and the time and place «t
which pm incut of taxes may be made. Huch
notice shall be published as reqaired by existing
8«r. 11. The City Treasurer shall perform all
and every uf the duties in the collection of city
taxes prescribed by sxistlnft atate lawa that are
for the e overnineut of the county treasurers in
the collection of county and state taxei.
Hr.r. 12. The assessment of property, the form
of theassessrreut roll, the rule for ascertaining
the ownership of property and in whose name It
may be assessed and the collection of city taxes
sha'l l«e made lit the manner prescribed by ex
isting laws for the assessment aud collection of
state and county taxes.
Bcr. IS. The fees and costs, petiLltles and In
terest forand on city raxes and for the collection
thereof shall he the same as that prescribed by
existing laws for the state and connty taxes and
the effects of sales and deeds and the right o! re
itcmption shall he the same.
■Be. 14. Whenevc »ny neueral or special tax
has been levied as provided and authoriied by
this ordinance, the city charter of the City of
North Yakima, and the general revenue laws of
this atate. every part thereof shall bear Interest
the same as county and state taxes under exist
ing state lawa from the time it Is due and paya
hie until paid or collected and shall be a Wen
from said date upon any real property owut'd by
the party assessed.
BKC 16. The city Clerk shall perform all the
•lurlea in relation to tßxcs aud taxation for city
purposes as are prescribed by state laws as duties
<if the county auditor and county clerk In rela
tlon to taxes and taxatlou for cuunty and state
src. 16. The City Treasurer shall perform all
and every of the duties in relation to the collec
tion of eltv taxes as are now prescribed as the
duties of the county treasurer in relation to the
collection of county aud state taxes
BJC, 17. Tin ("Itv Attorney shall perform all
of the duties in relation to city taxes as are pre
x-ribed by the existing state law as the duties of
the county attorney in relatlou to the county
and state taxes.
rt«c. 18. The City Marshal shall perform the
same duties in relatiou to city taxes as are re
quired of the sheriff' in relation to county and
'■inc. 19 All ordinances and parts of ordi
uancea in conflict with this ordinance are bere
Approved November 15th, IW3.
WM F. I'HOSSER. Mayor.
Tasseil the Council this 14th day of November,
A. I).. 1893. J. lur.Tiioi.r.T, Jr..
Ilaia wagoiit aud OUier chilled phut a
Coffin Br Ol .
A $J?5 pinno for fSOO at I'offtu Bro*.
Our cloalt art going fait. Coffin Tiros.
50cts.,aod M H ■ m M IV|
tl uuper Bottle, §■ »^B
This Oh eat Cocon Ccri promptly cure*
OootTtu, Hoaraensaa. Bora Throat, Croup;
and relieves WOoopLuffUough aud Asthma.
I or OoniampUOD it lint no rival: lms cured
thousands* uere all other* failed; will cum
yoo If lvov iv tune, bold by JUruniata in a
fuaranten. For Lame Daxk or ihent, use
SUILOH'S POROUB PLASTKB. ttcta.
Ql&u&taPß E M E D Y.
HaveynuCatarrh? Tbto remedy ts■ruaran
teed to cure you. Prioe.SOcta. Injector free.
Sold by W. U. chepman, Druggist. 41y
A clear Head
WHY ? Because he fi.llo-vs these
rules: "Keep the head cool, the feet
warm, and the bowels open." You
can have a clear head and live to be
ninety if you do the same thing.
When the bowels fail to move dur
ing the day take on retiring two
Smith's Small Bile Beans. Then
action is so mild that you are not
aware of it. All day your mind will
be clear and cool. "Not a gripe in a
barrel of them." Ask for small site.
Taka no substitute for SMITH'S
■»^ Beans I
"loiiro I* Creditor*.
Notice Is hereby (riven that the nndersimied
has been apiH>lnTe<l rxfcntnr of the last will aud
h-tatm-tit 01 1 larissa Nflson. deceased, and all
pvrvins having claims against said dt*<-eiised
inn-? i>ri'%-nt it'O same for allowance at theottfe*
i,f Wliitxin A I'Mki-r. In North Yakima. within
one ? ear from the «)a'e of this notice or the same
will he forever haired
Dated Ku\ ember IV IKB
L. II Nkuom.
11 r Kxecutor of said dot eased.
>otlrr for l»ublirall«n.
t'S'lTKh STiTK« I.AKD Orrtrl, I
North YaLltna. Wash., Nor 3.11-93.1
Notice l« hereby ri>eu that Kernel Marwald
has iWfH ij'iM< • <■( intention to make dual c«m
muiailon t"""f before nwlster and receiver at
their office In North \ a&iina. Wash., on Satur
dsv. tbo itith ii»y (if Dereti ■ on tinitier
cnlnira application So HV. for the south »e«t
quarter of *••■ ll'>:i N- ::. In toWUlhi^ No. H v .
ruuge No, 19 Mat He names as witnesses: Tlie
... :<i.. I,>-.•].!. Kejip. Win Millr'. |>1 Selah,
W»<h. . f. Houuds, uf .North YaWillla. Wash
L b. UoWUTT, R^.tXc:
H. SPINNING & CO.,
REAL ESTATE, INSURANCE,
ABSTRACTS OF TITLE.
Will Double in a Year, i This is a Great Buy.
2O Acres I mile from depot; 5 80 Acres 5^ miles from town; 10
acres young orchard; all under acres Alfalfa, small house, good
cultivation; $125 per acre. water right, all fenced; $40 per
, , . acre; cash, balance in easy
. _ , _. _ payments to suit purchaser.
A Good, Cheap Farm. y
160 Acres 5 Q*» from town; 60 Xt Will Make Y°U Rich'
acres Alfalfa, small house, good
barn; $40 per acre, % cash, 280 Acres 10 miles from town.;
balance easy payments. improved; $20 per acre.
A Soft Snap. A Rare Bargain.
60 Acres in Parker Bottom— } 4 120 Acres 2 miles from town, $100
cash; balance at 10 per cent.; per acre.
$6c per acre.
Seek No Further.
Chance of a Life-Time.
240 Acres 6 miles from town;
85 Acres 4J4 miles from town; good house and barn, new hop
good hop house and barn; 2O t house; 10 acres old Hops, 60
acres Hops, 36 acres Alfalfa acres Alfalfa; $75 per acre,
small orchard; cash, balance cash, balance on long time at
long time; $75 per acre. low rate of interest.
In Addition to These
We Have lundids of Otter Bargains,
Suit Every Class of Buyers.
H. SPINNING <fe Co.
Great Dry Goods house has serv
ed to break the silence on living
issues such as must be considered
in the purchase of a
C 1111.1.1 ii Winter Sipi?
of dry goods, dress goods, ladies,
gents' and children's underwear,
hosiery, and complete line of
Fancy goods. Our dr ss goods,
underwear and hosiery offered this
week are specially attractive, both
in quality and style.
Nothing filial to Them
has ever before been offered in this
city at the prices for which we
are now selling them. Come and
examine them aud obtain figures.
A - Surprise - Awaits - You
Next Door to the First National Bank.
Head The Herald.
LOMBARD & HORSLEY
Have purchased the entire stock
of Carpets of a Icajing^Seattlc
Furniture Company, at twenty-five
per cent, discount and propose
to give their customers the benefit
of their unusual bargain. Call
and convince yourself that these
are first class goods throughout.
$18, $20, $22, $24 ll 25.
These Suits are Hardwood
And in Three Pieces.
LOMBARD & HORSLEY,
Syndicate Block, North Yakima.
J. H. Carpenter,
THE POPULAR MERCHANT.
FiitliK si Gatnl Minlaln
A pleasant surprise awaits the housekeeper who visits his store.
There she will find a complete and fresh stock of groceries at aston
ishingly low prices. No compromise with oleomargarine; no winking
at adulterations. Strictly pure food at proper prices.
Th« trumpet never proclaimed more welcome tidings than that
J. H. Carpenter sells Men's and Boys' Clothing at greatly reduced
BOOTS -A-ItsTZD SHOES!
That fit the feet, and prices that fit the pocketbook are what
the public appreciates, and that is just what you can find at
J. H. Carpenter,
THE CASH GROCER, j
YAKIMA AYE., NORTH YAKIMA, WASH.