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FOR THE KLASSES
loteratiß* WoraiUoß lelttiß* to
POLITICAL, RELIGIOOS AMD GENERAL.
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What Ibrkiatiom U Dowo.—Traveling
men say tbe country through Yakima
and Sunnyside is going through tome
wonderful cbaogM. In fact, an infant
boom, bat a good one for them bard
times, has fairly etarted. Big irrigating
oanala traverse the country in every di
rection. and the one time barren waatei
■re being reclaimed and planted to grain
and frnita. The arid districts of tbia
ttaU. heretofore considered worthleaa and
(It only for tbe abode of lizards and
horned toads, by a system of irrigation
will blossom into one of the most prosper
on* and wealthy districts in tbe entire
northwest. In Yakima and Franklin
counties, hops, tobacco, peanuts, the del
icate fruits and tbe hardier varieties, veg
etables of every kind and grain thrive
wonderfully. The Hone Heaven coun
try, a high plateau back of Kennewick, is
quite a grain country, though it is too
high for successful fruit culture. The
towns of Kennewick, Proeser and ZUUh
Rre lively little burgs, and the metropolis
of that Conakry, North Yakinia, is any
thing but df»d. It is one of the prettiest
towns In thfe state, beautiful shade trees
line tbe ttreete, watered by gargling
Btreamletr North Yakima is not an old
town, b*/it i 8 one of tbe "widt-awakes."
Irrigation baa accomplished marvelous
rtsujts in Southern California, and It will
do the same in the arid districts of Wash
Hit Famcer'b Wifk.—The most pa
thetic sight on earth, not excepting a sick
baby, is the knotted, bent back of the
noman who has spent tbe best years of
In r life as the so-called mistress of the
Una. There is but one thing that
matches it, and that is her face, large
eyed, withered, rigid, dead; she haa borne
her children, suffered her woman's hope
and baptism of pain, and has done the
work every day would have broken
down three men. When the farm band
came in from tbe field be ruminated on
tbe doorstep or with his feet on the
hearth. She had the Wishes to wash, the
children to put to bed, and then sat dawn
with the family-mending basket. In tbe
early days she had her ambitions (or her
self and her children and her husband.
Hut now hard work and that mortgage on
the farm have eaten out her heart, and
now it is with a sort of hopeless, bovine
patience she looks on children grown up
to just what she did not wUh, while her
immortal hope has dwindled to one great
yearning (or rest. —Harriet B. Kills, in
• . •
C'.'biocs Cotjjsqs.—A law of Mexico
forbids tbe president from leaving the
The average durations of the reign* of
English sovereigns has been -'3^ years.
In 1771 a Glasgow paper announced
the marriage of David Lincoln to Cather
ine Crow, his fifth wife, and continued:
'•He is 71. His first wife was a Dutch
woman, whose name he has forgot. The
r«t were Scotth."
Here is a recipe for a wash for promot
ing tbe growth of hair, of the mother of
King Chata, who reigned somewhere
about 0000 years ago: "Pad of a dog's
foot, 1; fruit of a date palm, 1; ass's hoof,
1. Boil together in oil in sausepan. Rub
"Widder Jenkins," said an Oregon
farmer, as he hustled into her house one
morning, "I am a man of business. I am
worth $10,000, and I want you for my
wife. '.I give you three minutes in which
"I don't want ten. seconds old man,"
she .replied, as she shook out the dish
cloth. "I'm a woman of business, wort.i
$16,000, and I wouldn't marry you if you
were tbe last man on earth."
• • •
Chains or Wisdom.—Every dry is a lit
tle life.—Bishop Hall.
Few love to bear tbe tins tbey love to
Doing nothing for others if the undoing
of one's self.—ll. Mann.
Pride requires very c*tly food—its
keeper's happiness.—Colt >n.
Politeness is the retult of good sense
and good nature.—Goldsmith.
Delay liv always been injurious to
those who are prepared.—L lean.
All cruelty springs from lard hearted
ness and weak character. —Seieca.
No ashes are lighter than hose of in
cense and few things bum out vxmer.—
It is the barren kind of criticism that
tells you wbat a thing is not.—R. W.
Silence is the safest coarse for any man
to adopt who distrusts himself.—Roche
A clean mouth and an honest hand will
take a man through any land.—German
In character, in manners, in style, in
sU things, tbe supreme excellence is sim
plicity .—Longfellow .
He who forgets his own friends meanly
to follow after those of. a higher degree is
Tbe devil knew not wbat be did when
he made man politic; he crossed himself
The Wkddino Day.—Secret marriages
are in every country in Europe consid
ered to be illegal.
The Greek church employs two rings in
the marriage ceremony—oni of nold, tbe
other of silver.
A hundred years ago, when the bride
had a fortune, the newspapers stated that
fact and also gave tbe amount.
In Samoa the bride wears a wreath of
flowers, a dress of cocoa matting, and has
her face colored with turmeric.
Wedding rings engraved with tbe device
of a heart and two clasped bands have I
been found in Egyptian tombs dating B.
• • •
Hauowk'ek Mischief.—Taeoma lads
have learned that the law does not excuse
Hallowe'en pranks. Fourteen of them,
ranging from 15 to 18 years of sge, were
before Judge Reid in the municipal court
Batnrday, charged with stealing an ex
press wagon, taking it apart and hiding
tbs pieces on Hallowe'en. Jndg* Reid
sent four of tho older boys to jail until the
other ten boys hunt up and restore the
missing pieces ol tbe wagon.
An (iuvi.— The nights are cold, the
skies are gray, tbe frost king now is on
We miss the bird*, we nilns the bees;
we miss the flowers and leavy trees.
We also miss, 'tis joy to state, the
spoons who sag the old front gate.
• • •
Riddles.—When is a butcher a thief?
Wbon he steels % knife snd cuts away
What is the difference between a butch
er and a flirt? One kills to dress and tbe
other dresses to kill.
When is love deformed ? When it is
What part of a fish is like the end of a
book? The fin-is.
What is the greatest miracle ever
worked in Ireland? Waking the dead.
Why should a teetotaller not have a
wife? Because he can't sup-porttr.
Possibilities or Irrigation.—The read
ers of the October Review of Reviews, or
certainly the eastern readers, will find its
most remarkable feature in the article on
the "Irrigation Idea and Its Coming Con
gress." The writer of this important
paper is William E. Smythe, editor of the
Irrigation Age. It is tafe to say that
never before has appeared any such
authoritative treatment of a subject
which is practically unknown to ria-Mis-
Btsui'pi dwellers. Very few people will
be prepared to bear that the arid regions
of the United States, to which irrigation
is a necessity, make up two-fifths of onr
national domain; that already, two years
ago, the estimated value of the irrigated
lands was $300,000,000, according to the
census. Mr. Smythe tells us that irriga
tion raises the value of land reclaimed
bom this truly great American desert
from $50 to $1000 per acre, and the social
results of the establishment of irrigating
communities appear to be scarcely less
than the enormous material gain. Such
colonies as Riverside and its like allow
their members practically all the advan
tages of an urban life while assuring
them tho beauty and freedom of a coun
try home. The irrigation idea is inevita
bly bringing in an era of email farmers,
because it means intensive cultivation of
land, or the process of seeking increased
product and a better cultivation of tbe
same soil instead of extension of soil area.
Captain Sweeney, U. S. A., San Diego,
Cal., says: "Shiloh's Catarrh Remedy
is tbe finest medicine I have ever found
that would do me any good." Priire 50
cents. Sold by W. 11. Chapman, drug
Chicken übeat, feed oats, chop barley,
bran .mil Hhorts can be had at the North
Yakima roller mills. 44tf
Karl's Clover Root, the new blood puri
tier, gives freshness and clearness to the
complexion and cures constipation. 25c.,
50c. andsl. Sold by W. H. Chapman,
Whjr Shouldn't She?
Hiss de Vero—The dude with the red hair
has proposed to that Slenderly girl.
Dolly Dancer—l don't wonder. She's thin
enough to make a match.—Music and
Shiloh's Cure, the great cough and
croup cure, is for sale by us. Pocket size
contains twenty-five doses, only 25 cents.
Children love it. W. H. Chapman, drug
For first-class clothing and dry goods at
living prices go to tbe Farmers and Tra
ders Co-operative store.
M. Srhorn boilds first-class buggies at
bed-ruck prices; guaranteed to be as rep
resented. 29-1 m
On* SmaTt Bile Bean every nlirbt fora
week aruuae TorpUl Livers. 2&c. per bottle.
Grain sacks can now be had at North
Yakima Roller Mills. 35-2t
Toalil Dijrcstlnn laHeom 1 .Sin.-i.'ll]]}cßeAn
Sftc-r eutintf. -'<*-. ie liotlli.
Father—Did Mr. Sappy propose to you
Father—And ia he to be my so-.-in-lawr
Daughter— No. Son.—Detroit Tribune.
prevent ami euro Coiittipation anil Slcfc-
Beadacbe. Small Bile Ifcaoa,
Go to tbe Farmers and Traders Co-op
erative store for gilt-edge groceries at bot
M. Schorn's buggies need no repairs.
Cure for Cold*, Fever* and General De
bility, Small Bile Ik-am. »c. per bottle.
H. J. Kuechler haa gold-filled watches
for $15 each, and they are guaranteed by
Wbeu you want variety, goto Schanno
& Chapman's tf
Tbe Victor flour is now selling for $3.75
per barrel at the stores. 21tf
A small bay horse, with star in fore
head, saddle marks and branded with
fork over compass on right shoulder,
came to my premises, about three miles
from Zillah. Yakima county, Wash., on
or about October 15, 1803. By proving
property and paying expenses owner can
reclaim the same. W. 11. Jetfibs,
We have selected two or
Croup, three lines from letters
freshly received from pa
rents who have given German Syrup
to their children in the emergencies
of Croup. You will credit these,
because they come from good, sub
stantial people, happy in finding
what so many families lack—a med
icine containing no evil drug, which
mother can administer with con
fidence to the little ones in their
most critical hours, safe and sure
that it will carry them through.
Bd. L. Wii.uts, of Mr« Jas W Km,
Alma, Neb. I give it Daughter*' College,
to my children when Harrodtburg, Ky. I
troubled with Croup have depended upon
and never aaw any it in attack* of Croup
preparation act like with my little daugh- I
it. It is simply mi- ter, and find it an in- :
raculous. valuable remedy.
Fully one-half of our customers
I are mothers who use Boschee's Ger
man Syrup among their children.
A medicine to be successful with the !
little folks must be a, treatment for
the sudden and terrible foes of child
hood, whooping cough, croup, diph
theria and the dangerous inflamma
tions of delicate throats and longs. 9
■•ys Camsni X. BTOCKWCIX, of CbssMf-
Held. N. 11., "I was afflicted with am
extremely severe pain In ihe Mwer part of
ths ebeit. Tbe feeling wu v U ■ Ma
weight was laid
(^^W on » »P°' tn* •'*•
jtX>9HB ol my band. Our
jy* J ■ ing the attacks, the
>tutd |n dropt °D
agony for ma to
Blfi/^S? 'Sort even to whl*
MmSw^^ P<"r- Tn'T rams
ff// mddenly, at any
ffS wfifl hour of the day or
/rap *n\\ night, lasting (rom
" ' thirty mi'mrtej to
half a day, leaving as suddenly; bat, tor
several day* after, I was qalt* pros
trated and son. Sometime* the attack*
were almost dally, then If s» frequent. After
about four years ol toll suffering, I was
taken down with bilious typhoid fever, and
when I began to recover, I had the wont
attack of my old trouble I ever experienced.
At the first of the fever, my mother gave
m* Ar»fa mil, tay doctor recommending
them as being batter than anything h*
could prepare. I continued takiag these
Pills, and so great was tbe bentflt derived
that daring nearly thirty years I have had
but one attack of my former trouble, which
yielded readily to the same remedy."
r r f pared ky Dr. J. 0. t)ir ■ Co,, Lowtil, Mass.
Every Dose Effective
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Substantial Rewards for Those Whose Answers
A mauonce entered a prison where »•«« con
fined a condemned criminal. On making a re
aaest to be conducted Into the presence of the
oomed man, the visitor wm Informed thatuone
but relatives were permitUMl to see the prisoner.
The vlsltar said "Brother*, and ulsters have I
uoue, but that mau'H (the prisoner's) father Is
my father's son."
He was at once taken to the prisoner. Now.
what relation was the prisoner to the visitor?
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give $>*<0 a rear for life to the person Rending the
first correct answer; I'iOflto the second; 3rtl,f2.*iO;
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consisting of pianos, organs, ladles' and gents'
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To the person sending the taut correct answer
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the last a beautiful organ, and the next \OOO
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-. There will i>c uo charge whatever to enter
this competition, hut all who compete are ex
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Peterborough, and Mr. W. Kobertaon, president
Tlmws Printing Company, f'eterbonigb. Regis
ter all money letters. Address Ai.hhii.tihim
I'lH Co. u.'td:, Pet«rborougb, Cana.ia.
We are i k
P Few Good Raucnes
HOW IS 1011 OPPORTOm TO SELL
LIST YOUR PROPERTY NOW,
Real Estate Sales
We als« Desire t« Place Vitnr Fire Insonuee.
We RtfreMßt.fipiut igsrfgatiig $2©,MO,»W
Leading Real Estate Dealers
of North Yakima-
Barber Shop 5 Baths
FRANK O. SWANSON,
Wbo hai Juit opened an elMtantly fit
tod »n<l lorninhKi B«rt*r shop in the
Hotel Yakitu*, with
BOTH HOT AND COLD BATHS
Attached, mpri'tfnllr mr ItM • ihar«
ol public p*tn.i>««c FlnH-rlunourk
It tui Ilinti of fau builueu.
DROP IN AND SEE HIM.
joa. a. rvASs «co a. rmitb.
EIWWI IWGfITiDK i HID GO.
Slilfiti WATER POWERS
TEMPORARY OFFICE WITH H. SPINNING A CO.,
NORTH YAKIMA, - - - - WASHINGTON.
THOSE WHO HAVE SEEN IT:
We whose names are attached below,! Signed by
having carefully examined the plant of j M. F. WARD, Merchant.
Evans-Smith Irrigation <& Land Co.'c FRED PARKER, Attorney.
Submerged Water Power and Elevator FRED R. REED, Manager P. F. I. Co.
employed as a means of irrigation and >L. 8. HOWLETT, Register US Land Office
for furnishing water supply for other O. S. KAN KIN, Merc!.ant.
uses, for which purposes we have seen it H. SPINNING * CO., Real Estate,
in operation.we unhesitatingly pronounce IRA '*• ENGLEHART, Attorney,
it a perfect success. The results of its! A. B. WEED, Real Estate and Hop
work are little less than marvtlous. Merchant.
Stoves and Tinware.
Osborne Mowers and Reapers.
Osborne All-steel Hay Rakes.
Whitley Mowers and Reapers.
Whitiey Hay Rakes.
Canton Plows and Cultivators.
WauKegan Barbed wire.
EureKa and Harris Hop Presses.
PLUMBING A SPECIALTY.
Yakima Avenue, North Yakima, Wash.
CARMICHAEL & GOSLING
PBOPBIETOUS OF THE
Columbia - Meat - Market!
North Yakima, - - - Washington.
Take this method of notifying the
T^^^^ public that they have opened a
flHEfw HVCeeit 3Una,rl£:et
9 Bl^H 'lt ''1C s*aru' formerly occupied by
Hf White & I.each on Yakima Avenue,
xjtk atu' ask a snare °f public patronage.
We will keep all kinds of
Fresh and Salt Meals and Saisaps.
*^^^^^BSr Polite attention and prompt delivery.
w -ci—trc_L— t jo _cx*L-/ J_ r—i 11. i-c.f— t
HAVE JUST RECEIVED A FINE LINE OF
Boots & Shoes
For tli* Accomodation of the Spring and Summer Trade.
We carry a large stock of Staple and Fancy Groceries, which are offered at living
price*. Give us • call. Corner Yakiuia Avenue and First Street. North Yakima,
DoYoußead 17 T)o You Write?
** o 00000000000 +S
Of course you do, and you Yes ? Well, I keep the
want the Daily Papers and most complete line of Sta
the Freshest Periodicals tionery, blank books, Legal
and Novels. I am agent Blanks, Stationers' Novel
for all Papers and Maga- ties, etc., to be found in the
zincs Give me a call. city. Prices reasonable.
m. a. chapman, StatioDer and Newsdealer,
Cor. Yakima Aye. & and St.
C-/. iV. jH XfeC^lriJExv, tailor.,
yriflb CLEANED, DYED, REPAIRED,
T^iii© Tttiloi'iiijjr, I 'iisi.( hiss JFHt
CA L|l I <L3/^^«"C-J U 1 U^> co-op, block,
- r\ JO JL.PV-aJC3.JEIi-CC y worth vakhia.
Fresh Meats of All Kinds
Always on Hand.
My prices will be greatly reduced to cash customers. Those
running an account will be absolutely expected to settle on the first
of every month. Otherwise no further credit will be extended.
W. H. KERBHAW,
DRY GOODS BY MAIL
We make a specialty of filling orders for all classes of
Dry Goods, Clothing, Carpets and Household Goods
through our mail order department. Try us once. You
will save money and obtain best qualities only.
New CATALOGUE FREE
We will send free to any address our New Catalogue. It
contains full descriptions of the latest styles for the season
%W Mention this Paper when writing.
THE MacDOUGALL & SOUTHWICK CO.,
Buy NO OTHER UNTIL YOU SEE
The ttigharm "Singer."
The finest Machine in the world. Light running, durabil
ity, and finish are the Singer's merits.
Reasonable - Terms !
If you think of purchasing a Sewing Machine rail and ex
amine the Singer. My headquarters ar« three doors
north of the Bartholet hotel.
W. O. KNOX, Agent
for Yakima County. Pricsn right and terms easy.
KENT MILL. CO.
- - - - DEALERS IN - - - -
All Kinds Building Material
Lumber, Moulding, Sash, Doors, Blinds.
Hop - Boxes - a « Specialty.
GEO. A. SMITH, Mgr.
MILLS AND FACTORY AT KENT, North Yakima Office with
Branch Yardj-AUBURN AND NORTH YAKIMA. 11. SPINNING 4 COMPANY.
5-Cent Mug Saloon.
: : : : : ONLY THE BEST : : : : :
IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC CIGARS
ICE-COIJ) IXR^XTOTiT BEER
CONSTANTLY ON HAND.
FRED MEHLER, Prop.
Agent for the Puget Sound Brewing Co.
[HIKI.SMIKKI WIJilMi A MAIIER.j
Popular Hardware Dealer,
KEEPS ON HANI) A LINE OF
THAT IS SUKE TO PLEASE HIS PATRONS.
Chief Among His Staple Goods are
THE MAJESTIC RANGE,
SUPERIOR COOKING STOVES,
Domestic Sewing Machines anfl Heating Stoves in Great Variety.
Call and Examine My Stock.
JOHN SAWBKIUG JS,^TKK£*RKf
NOTE HOLLOWING REDUCTIONS:
15 fts. Best Rice $1 00
13 ft s. Dried Grapes I 00
10 lbs. Dried Apples I 00
4 ft s. Best Package Coffee 1 00
2% Jbs. Best Tea. . . . 1 00
1 Gal. Best Syrup 1 00
6 Cans Salmon 1 00
10 Cans Pie Fruit 100
Havk Aij»o Maih
Great -:- Reductions
... IN THt . . .
Dry (Ms and Clothing Departm'ts
J. L. ROSENFELD,
MRS. O. W. JOHNSON'S
Flnt Street, Near tbe Bartbolet Hotel.
If you are in search o( •
place where you can get well
cooked meals, attractively
served, call at Mrs. O. W.
Johnson's Restaurant, on
First Street, nearly opposite
Mason's opera house.
Popular Prices-No Chinese!
THOMAS & SHORT,
IS Southwark fit. (near the Hop Ex
change) BoroMgh. H. £
HANDLE AMERICAN GROWS HOPS ONLY.
First London Importers of Pacific
ConfignmenU received upon umal termi, and
marketed with detpatch at top values. Prompt
settlements. Crop and market reports by cable
and mall. Commnnloatlous respectfully invit
ed Cable address "HHOKTKNEK," London.
FROM TERMINAL OB INTERIOR POINTS THE
--li the line to take
To all Points East and South.
It la the Dim no cab route. It rum through
VKKTIHUHB TRAINS EVKHY DAT 111
THE YEAR to
(No Change of Cars.)
I'omposrd «f Dining fan Insnrpassfd,
Pollman Drawing-R«om Steepen
(of Latest Equipment),
UPHOLSTERED WRISTS SLEEPING CIRS,
Best that can be constructed and in which
accommodation)! are both fkei and ruit
nirhkd for holders of First or Becoud-claM
ELEGANT DAY COACHES
A continuous line connecting
with all lines, affording DI
RECT AND UNINTER
To and from all points in America, England
and Euroj>o can be purchaned at auy
Ticket Offlre of this Company.
Eut Bound. West Bonnd.
Atlantic Mail 7 38a. m. Pacific Mall, 8.15 a. m.
Atlantic Kxp. 12.20 p.m Pacific Exp., g.KO a. ra.
Full information concerning rated. Tim» of
trains, routes and other details furnished on ap
plication to auy agent, or
A, D. Chari.itoh,
Asst. General Passenger, Agent, No. 121 First
street, cor. Washington, Portland, Oregon.
H. C. Humphrey. Agent. North Yak tans.
Do You Wit a Gooll leal?
IF 80, CALL ON
Kay, Fay & Yung,
Have opened their Restaurant in the new
brick next door to Johnson's Saloon, and
will be pleased to welcome old patrons.
MEALS 25 AND 50 CENTS.
Open all Hours, Day and Night.
toiler lor Publication.
rhitfii States Land Office, i
North Yakima, Wash., August 12,1893.t
Notice is hereby given that Henry 1 Snlvely,
of North Yaktma, Washington, has filed notice
of Intention to make final proof on ander act of
March 3, lsyi, before the Reglxter and Receiver
of D. 8. Land Office at North Ysitting. Wash., on
Friday, the rtli day of November, I*9B, on
timber cHlture application No. Ily9, for the N'»
of BWW and N', of 8K 1.,, sec M, twp 10. NR «
E. W. H .
He names as witnesses- William Rarto, James
I iiwry. hi'ili of Ki.ma, Wuh ; Claude Forsytha.
William Uerrard, both of Prosser, Wash.
38<t L. a. HOWLETT. Register.
Malice far Publlcattaa.
Lako Orrici at North Yakiva. Wasb J
October 17.1593. |
Notice Is herei.r given that tke following
named settler has filed nntire of his intention
to make final commutation proof In support of
his claim, and that said proof will be made be
fore the Register and Receiver at North Yaklma,
Wash., on Dec. Ut, will, vii John Allen Scott,
who made Hd. application No. 1774, for the s'^
nw'i and lots 8 and 4, of sec 4. twp », n r 21 c,
W M. He uames the following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon and culti
vation of said land, vli J. H. Cuisholm and
IT. Kum. of MaMon. Wuh.: H. R. Kreider
and Rudulph Kneack, of Moxee. Wash.
Any person who desires u> protest against the
allowance of such proof, ur who knows of any
substantial reason, under the law and the regu
lationii of the Interior I>epartm<'ut. why such
proof should not tie allowed, will lie gl-en an
opportunity at the above mentioned time and
place i<i rrtMs-eumina the witnesses of said
| claimant, and to offer evidence In rebuttal of
: that submitted by claimant.
I o«*i»-BOTa v a. Howurrr, **i*m.