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NOKTH YAKIMA AND VICINITY
Pomona spray Pumps. The only spray
pump out that will give you satisfact on.
Sohl hy the Yakima Hardware Co.
A. L. Yakey, Jas. Henderson and G.
(i. Mayensclieini are up from Suuiiyside
attending tba district conventit f
A. A. Tylee is putting on a swell coon
song in the Jubilee minstrels to he given
here April HI and 17. Mr Tylee is an
ex-I'rinirose and Hockstader minstrel.
Lost—Two Llewellyn setters on Yak
inia reservation, March 29th. I hie an
swers to name of "Han" other "Hilly."
Will pay reward. A. B Clink. 13
Fred Chandler, manager of the Hop
pickers ball team says he is looking for
an A 1 third baseman. The games here
after will be called at 8 p. m., instead of
For Sale—Pure bred Mammoth
Bronze turkey eggs, $2.00 pel setting.
Pure bred Toulouße geese eggs at
Meadow Brook Farm. A. McDermid,
Miss Ella Curtiss from F'.mbarrass,
Wis., is visiting her sister, Mrs. Ben
Innes. Miss Curtiss has accepted a
school in the tipper Cowychee and will
begin her labors soon
Little Patsy Richards, daughter of Mr.
and Mr*. Guy McL. Hichards, fell down
the cellar steps last Sunday severely
bruising her cheek and causing an
abßcess to form. The wound is very
painful and may leave a life-time scar.
W. W. Greene of Toronto, Canada, who
was here for a week visiting his brother,
James Greene, left for Seattle, Tuesday
afternoon, to go into business. He
thinks the State of Washington is just
about "the limit" or in other words
Canada "is out of the running."
The Fraternal Brotherhood enter
tained its friends at a musical and stere
optican entertainment last Wednesday
evening. Following the entertainment
light refreshments were served. The
lodge il growing rapidly, being organ
ized less than a month ago and now* has
a membership of nearly 100.
For Sale—Sixty acres in the produc
tive Selah valley, 3 miles from North
Yakima; l'.j miles from shipping sta-:
tion; five acres in orchard, 16 acres in j
hay, balance tillable soil, well fenced,
comfortable buildings; good water right.
Will be sold at a bargain if taken al
once. Inquire of A. I). Crandall with-
MacCriinnion A Need ham, north First'
Dr. G. 11. (ireen, of Woodbury New
Jersey, proprietor of Green's AUBUSt
Flower and Boschee's (ierman Syrup,
Whose advertisement appears in this j
paper regularly, will send to anyone
mailing a wrapper from a bottle of
August Flower or (ierman Syrnp and s
two cent stamp to pay postage, oue of,
his new (ierman Ryrap and Augu-i
Flower puzzles, mad" nf Wood and glass*.
It amuses and perplexes young and old.
Although very difficult, it can ne mas
tered. Mention this paper.
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Over 3000 Boys Y^y^S/
in various parts
of the country are J \\¥^J*ii
making money In \ tlr*£JMft
their spare time C rAmJr
* Ming The r^ti^T
Saturday Evening «f iajj
Poat. Some make J Jj
as much as $10.00 -"■ \*\
nnd $15.00 a week. Xm^-_\
1 Any boy who Mf
veads this can do W
■he same. JA\ m
|NA DAINTY little booklet, which
M we will send to any boy free, the
■lost successful of our boy agents tell
In their own way just how they have
Maude a success of selling
F The Saturday
There are many stories of real busi
ness tact. Pictures of the boys are
given. Send for this booklet and we
will forward with it full information
kipw yon can tx-t;in this work Ho
SSDMy .squired to start. We will send
Ten Copies of tbe maffszine the first
week free Write to-day
Tss* Curtis Publlshlns DWMM
«*a -rca atr—■i,it.inin*s_ii.n»
i Always Two Sides
j to a Story. |
»>ne is. thai a man not under- j
■ standing the coffee business i- ■
J compelled to handle someone's ■
■ fainiuis coffee. Coffee that is nut J_
m fatuous in itself, hut has been Bi
J made lamoiis by a vas| ainouiit of J.
■ advertising. Bi
i While wo gather together the s
■ leading kinds of coffee, blending S
B same together to make a perfect al
J coffee, and varying same to suit ,
as your taste. Try out* collees* *■•
\ They make themselves a.
1 tantous. ™
| Yitiu T Ci. |
Abbey Jordan came over from Linn.
Luke Linn made a business trip to
Every body go and get your Saturday
dinner with the W. R. C. at Oddfel
B. A. Benedict of Oakesdale, Wash.,
is the new drug clerk with Fred L.
For Sale—A four-year-old mare, well
broken, sound and gentle, weighs 1100.
Inquire at tbis office.
Vestal Snyder was called by telegram
to Kllensburg, Wednesday afternoon, on
some pressing business matters.
House to Kent —Four rooms 204 South
Tacoma Aye. Apply at premises or to
M. T. Ward at N. i* Express office. 14-tf
Mrs. Cary has just received a nice
shipment of pattern bats, which the
ladies are requested to call and see. l.'i-lt
For Sale Cheap—One new "White"
\ sewing machine. Call at last brick
house on West Cherry street. A. 0.
The John Laswell and S. Furgerson
block on west Yakinia Avenue contigu
ous with the west avenue hotel property,
will be completed in about three weeks.
Arie Hover of the D. S. Johnston
Piano Company, bought a house and lot
this week, situated on the corner of
Rainier Avenue and B street, from L.
Mrs. .1. B. Davidson and Mrs. C. V.
Warner of Kllensburg, will come to
! Nortli Yakima on April 10th to hear
Elbert Hubbard lecture in Wisconsin
F. li Drew has heen engaged to make
the topographical inaiw for the proposed
government ditch in tlie Cowychee dis
trict. He invites all those having lands
under this canal to hand a description
j ol the same to bim.
Prof. K. A. Thompson of Minneapolis,
will arrive here Thursday morning.
Prof. Thompson is the father of Howard
Tholllps.ll of the Thompson Music C m
pany. He will establish a stringed in
strument class. His specialty i> a violin
maker and in this capacity be will lie
CI niieited with tlie Thompson Music
'Arizona" tilled the opera house to its
capacity Tuesday evening and the large
audience was highly delighted. The
cast was exceptionally well balanced,
every <.ne of the excellent company
seeming to be especially adapted to his
or her rule. The universal verdict is
that "Arizona" is the liest piece of its
class ever put on in this city.
The game of baseball between the
high school boys and those of the gram
mar department has been postponed to
Friday, April 10th. Pitcher Norbert
Carpenter sustained an injury toa finger
in a recent game, but expects to lie in
trim to do bis prettiest by tbe date set
for the next contest.
Come and bave a cup of tea and a
wafer with the young ladies of St. Mar
garet's Guild, at the apron sale in Wis
consin hall on Saturday afternoon and
evening, April 4th.
You can tind aprons of every descrip
tion at Wisconsin hall next Saturday
afternoon and evening. Don't fail to see
Sessions, the undertaker, has the ser
vices of an experienced embalmer, who
can be found at the parlors on South
Second street, night and day.
Little's Sheep Dip is sold only by the
Yakima Hardware Company.
PUPILS AND TEACHERS
RECEIVED APRIL FOOL
Tin* (itiuil Children of I lv* Public 1
Scliiiul Kcmuii I Vciv I'lcas
:i n i April Pool.
A year ago the pupils tried to bei
smart and played "hookey," this year
they were notified hy the teachers such
practice would not be allowed or suffered
to go unpunished. Consequently all the
children of tbe school were present ex
cepting the members of one class Wed
nesday afternoon. In reward for their
good behavior, all the children in the
various schools of the city were given
the most of the afternoon as a holiday,
but on the assembling of schools Thurs
day morning, the smart few who played
"hookey" will find to their dismay that
the regulation excuses signed by their
parents or guardians will be required
and the rules of tlie school rigidly en
It is safe to say that a year from now
all the pupils in our public schools will
be a little bit shy about playing
"hookey" April tool's Day.
A Musical Trrat.
There will be a treat for every one who
loves music next Saturday afternoon
and evening at the D. S. Johnston music
Program for afternoon—Masterpieces
by the Simplex Piano Player.
Evening Program—F. Nagler's opera
house orchestra in seven beautiful se
lected pieces ; Minkowski's "Tarantella I
by Miss Daisy Boyle; vocal duet by
Messrs. Jones and Erwin; vocal solo,
Mrs. H. F. Thompson.
We cordially invite you all.
D. S. Johnston- Music Co.,
1") N. Second St., near P. ().
Arle Hover, Manager.
Advertised Letter List
April 1, 11103.
Adams, Alonzo Jarsed, llenrv
I'esse, A t' Kies, David
Hrunelle, A McCutchon, Joseph
Cameran, E C Mitchell, Robert F.
Clark, W P Mart mean, ('apt M
Daney, Sarah Miller .v Fuhman
Day. F T Niney, Christina
Glenn, Anna Owens, Kdward
tiatta, chas O'Neal, John
Hewitt, Lucy Smith, C II
Heg, May Watts, (' II
When calling for any of the above,
please say "advertised."
W. L. Lkmon. I. M.
Finest in the city—Jackson's tonsorial
parlors, Yakima avenue. Shaving, hair
cutting, shampooing and baths. Special
attention given to children's hair
cutting. H. t f
w—^ a. wtz% m Wo arm nhowlng Ihe
Ma** AUnArn mym -_^ . v. prettiest line of
op i n jL. i n §§§ **&# c/oi/e*
-*-': .'.* '•Jji* /or £»* or, ar
> < WT*A m • - - l^-*?7 $1.25 and $1.65
the Babies /%« rrr.^zr
•' '-;;<xJis' <*r i">'
and small chidren. We can til them / /f^Ua'tAt I
... • '1- **_?_* We liave leceived a new
out with nice little Caps, Bonnets and t'.. W*\ consignment of
Coats, of which we have just received a ""' v ■ m**~' tit • i j ***
rwmrsi i , »,-,, [4 P American Lady
complete assortment from J thejUtttle ttl w
Folks" Mills direct. Also , jj| ' |V^ COFSetS
tiik Ii Monie io Goals
for the MP
y~ nobby garments, and the tbtog foi VlHf
Haster wear. Our showing of V
Children's Shoes ___■ __k
and Hosiery A m
also complete. In Hosier) a*tEn"s^^^^^^r
we have the 4a^*"^r
in medium and summer
BeSt ISC Leader weights. Man. aocabaca
C come in the 'Longfellow '
, ... imxiei, the most popular
ever brought to this city. shown.
Yakima's Popular Department Store,
A|Bn& "Don't Bii\ a Range at Liinj; Rani-c." '.'
% *wmm*h, Malleable Kaiiii;. |
||Sp'b^ i,i,-*jJ See the one in our window. J
• :__Pl__r an<^ inc lure special intro- 4
-JI 'mm' ' m'f^AM i b
*ssli.._Jli I * ductory prices.
The Lutheran denomination are build
ing a very neat frame church on the
west side of town.
For Sale—Fresh milch cows. Enquire
of W. A. Durchfield, one-quarter mile
west of Moxee store. 13-_t
W. A. F.rwin will sing "The Palms "
next Sunday morning at St. Michael's
church. C. K. Jones will sing at the
Ontario Land Company, a corporation,
vs. Francis B. Dunning and the city of
North Yakima. Foreclosure of mort
Thomas C. Howson, plaintiff, vs.
Thomas Ja Howson and Ira Ann How
son, minors, defendants. Action to quit
Johann Kennedy, plaintiff, vs. Flora
l'rosser aad Wm. F. l'rosser, defendant.
1 On contract
Shorthand and Tyte writing Lessons.
Pitman's Late Improved system
taught in a few weeks' time with only
one hour's Study each day. This ts the
SHOmaST and most UAi'in system taught
at the present time. Avail yourself of
the opportunity to learn this useful art
without putting aside your present
Learn to use the typewriter without
watching tbS keyboard. Pupils are
taught to write this touch "system
from the start without lookina at the
keyboard of the typewriter, which is a
great saving of time ill a stenograher's
work. Lesson hour arranged for your
convenience, day or night. Work guar
anteed or no tuition. Call at 10 L.., North
Second street, next to Abstract ollice.
and investigate for yourself.
ti-tf 11. R. MrriiiKi.t.. Teacher.
Prof. C. F. Heimbaugh, magnetic
healer, treats nearly all kinds of chronic
and fever cases successfully. No charge
for consultation. 4-tf
Potato and onion sacks for sale. Yak
ima Produce Co., opposite depot. 4!l-tf
Alfalfa seed, timothy seed, clover seed,
also seed wheat, barley and oats, at
Coffin Hros. 10-tf
(iarrett Bros., brickmakers and con
tractors. Office over Yakima Valley
bank, room No. 2, phone 443. 9-6t
First class potato sacks sold by Mill
company, west of depot. .">2-tf
Latest styles in wedding stationery at
The R______) ollice.
G. MacL. Richards, veterinarian, can
be found at Sloan's Drugstore. 47tf
Kruger's celebrated orchard remedy
for sale at Case's drug store. 4W-tf
Alfalfa, timothy, wild hay, oats,
rolled barley and wheat orders left at
our store or warehouse on railroad track
promptly delivered. Coffin Bros, 10-tf
All kinds of grain and feed sold I
Mill company's warehouse west of de
pot; phone 321. 52-tf
F. O. Gibbons, experienced nurse. 7nl
North Fmnt streeet, North Yakima,
"Stray beauties," earliest of potatoes
tlet what you want for seed at the Yak
ima Produce Co.'s, opposite depot. .Vtf
Agents for Kuppenheinier celebrated
ready made Tailortit clothing. Collin
Finest stock of spring clothing in
North Vakima, at Coffin Hros. Clothing
Oliver Chilled and Steel Plows are ac
knowledged the best. You can get them
] at the Yakima Hardware Co.