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title: 'The Yakima herald. (North Yakima, W.T. [Wash.]) 1889-1914, April 01, 1903, Image 8',
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Can be relied upon. We
pride ourselves on the ser
vice we are giving our pa
trons. The meats are fresh
and tender; the delivery of
orders prompt and reliable.
Telephone us your orders.
N. B —Have you tried our tine
Barnes & Co.
101 S. Sertnid St. Telephone IStil
sees many changes in the
home. Perhaps you have
some Furniture you want to
sell. Perhaps you want to
We Buy and Sell
New and Second-Hand Goods
and will be pleased to have
you call on us.
Farmers will find we pay the
highest market price for
MULL & MERWIN,
So. Second Street.
For Fruit Qrowltuc, Stock Raisin* anil
liai'yiug. Hops d DiversifleJ Farm
ing, the lands of the beautiful Sunny
siiie valley are unsurpassed.
AN ABUNDANT SUPPLY
from a canal XI mile* loug, R feet deep
sml a width ai Ihe top ot at feet.
kid, soil ot a phenomenal depth, fruit
of the beat ijHalltt and Savor; alfalfa.
** cuttities. averaging s tons per acre.
All lands under tbe Sunnyside canal
llewitnin a few miles of stations on
the main line of the Northern Pacific
$40 PER ACRE. ON TIME.
$37.50 PER ACRE. CASH.
The lands of the Washington Irrijra
tion in are sold with a perpe'ual wa
t«r right, guaranteeing au ample wi*.
ply of water for alt crops. Fo, fur
ther particulars, apply to
H. B. SCLDDER, Ageit,
North Taklma, Waah
-<__.Br F. V ELLIOrT I .)',
•WmWr Opticians and Oculists.
HUNDNE-'S absolmely PREVENTED and
t't'RKD. All kinds of opacities r, ___«•_
wlthont Ibe knife. Best ,f glasses made aud
Sited. Over 308 PMse Street.
Foley's Honey mad Tar
TO RECLAIM YAKIMA
LAND IN THIS VALLEY
The Gournm.nt Officinls ot the De
■liirtinent tit Ai*riailtiire Kill
Convince I'iirniers hy
Thomas H. Means and W. 11. Ileile-
man, two government engineers of the
department of agriculture, hailing from
the bureau of soils with headquarters at
Washington City, arrived here Sunday,
and will soon begin work upon a scheme
that should, and doubtless will, interest
to a material degree the people of tbis
particular section of tbe country.
Mr. Means was out here two years ago
on a tour of inspection, making a study
of the soil to ascertain its especial
adaptation to the various products and
generally speaking obtain a statistical
report for the bureau of soilsdeparttnent.
He was attracted at that time by the
great acreage of alkali lands in this
vicinity, and he conies now to ex
periment on a twenty acre tract to be
selected for tbat purpose or rather to
demonstrate to tbe people that such
land can be reclaimed and at little cost.
Mr. Means has just returned from a
six months trip to Kgypt and Algeria,
where similar experiments have been
going on for a number of years and it
was with the view of investigating
and studying the results of these im
provements that he was sent there by
the r. s. government.
Kgypt has reclaimed over half a mil
lion acres of alkali land which now pro
duces in great abundance. The fact of
these experiments proving so extremely
satisfactory, places the proposition now
beyond the experimental stage and
makes it more or less of a demonstra
tion. A highly gratifying demonstration
is now going on at Salt Lake City and
another at Fresno, California.
It bus not yet been decided where
this tract of land will be selected upon
which to make this demonstration, as a
tour of the different valley's will lirst be
necessary. The proposition is to be carried
out at the expense of the government,
and the gentlemen now preparing to
start the machinery, so to speak, will
remain here for three months and then
leave the matter in charge of an assis
tant, Mr. C. I. Holmes, who is also a
member of the party.
The reclamation of the alkali lands of
this valley will eventually prove a great
work and the initial movement by the
government in this instance Is a benefit
to the people.
The Coming H;nli School Play.
A very interesting, instructive and
mirth provoking entertainment, ' An
Evening with Shakespeare," will be
given Friday evening, April 3, by tbe
senior class, assisted by the best talent
Of the under-classmen at 8:90 p. ni., at
the high school assembly ball. Tbe
following is the program :
Piano solo Vanita Vinton
Cleopatra Ora Forbes
Katherine (wife of Henry XII)
Juliet Vlice Stephenson
Senior Male Quartet,
Ist tenor, Alviu Truitt; I'd tenor. Her
bert Shaw ; Ist bass, I.e.'ie Rosser;
IM bus, Burton hum.
Cordelia Dura Brudrield
Beatrice Lottie Shelley
Vocal solo Prof. Thomas Toll
Desdemona Baby Bullae
j Portia (Brutus wife) Anna Cornwall
Violin solo Suzanne Erwin
' Boaaiind Qertrade Owen
i Katherine, the Shrew, Alice Ilecknian
Portia Aledi Norton
Burial Scene of Julius Caesar.
J Julius Ciesar Leslie Bos-ei
.Marcus Antonius Burton hum
Brutus Donald Ualkii -
Cassias Herbert Shaw
Attendeetaof Cte-ar'a Corpse.
Fred Sharkey, Alvin Truitt.
i l'iano duett, Oretcben Crawford and
The most lamentable comedy and
, cruel deal h of Pyrainus and Thisby." "A
very giH;d piece of hi rk, I assure you."
Quince, a carpenter. 11. A. Shaw
Snug, a joiner K. J. Sharkey
' Bottom, a weaver L. R. Rosser
Flute, a bellows mender t*. A. Truitt
: Snout, a tinker B. O. I.urn
Starveling, a tailor P. J. Calkins
Ancient drill hy the senior girls.
Admission, tS cents.
A Word of Appreciation.
Vakima I 'itv. Wash., Mar. 10, '0:t.
KoiT'iH HhliU n '
I wish through the medium of your
valuable paper to say: Having been
hroiigbt into sudden contact with doc
l"*> and also the M. Klizalieth Hospital,
through the unfortunate accident which
befell mv son,M,u\ , I (eel it my duty to
say a word oi praise in behalf of I»rs.
Fletcher and Lynch, who su ably and
sm-ceMfiilly performed the oiieratioii and
attended him throughout; and I cannot
say too much for the kind, patient and
intelligent manner in which the Sisters
and their stewards cared for bim. Would
here say that instead of dreading to go
to the hospital iv case of sickness, 1
would not hesitate for a moment, but
would be glad that such was my privilege,
knowing, that there I would receive
skilled attention and the best of care.
Speaking witb a heart filled with grati
tude I wish to thank all my friends wbo
so deeply sympathized with me during
the most trying time of my life. 1 re
main, Yours Sincerely,
Mrs. K. (.'akmiciiarl.
Mathilda M. Scott.
Mrs. Mathilda It. Scott passed away
last Wednesday afternoon at 4 o'clock,
after a brief illness of eight days dura
tion. She was the mother of W. 11.
Schott,'with whom she had lived for the
past five months, coming here from
l'equa, Ohio, to which place tbe re
mains were taken Thursday to be in
terred in the family lot of the former
Funeral services were conducted by
Rev. H. M. Bartlett at the residence,
401 North First street Thursday after
noon. The entire community sym
pathizes' with the bereaved family.
The little one-year-old girl baby
(Hope) of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Aumiller
died at their home last Saturday. The
funeral took place from the residence
Sunday and the remains were interred
in Tahoma cemetery. Rev. F. L Hay
den officiated at tlie services. The grief
stricken parents have the sympathy of
a large circle of friends.
Mrs. Stella Layfield, died on Saturday
night. March 2Hth, after a painful illness
of a weeks duration. The funeral ser
vices took place from the undertaking
parlors of E. L. Sessions. South Second
Street, Monday afternoon at 1: SO
o'clock. Reverend 11. M. Bartlett
Dick Morse (colored) died last Friday,
March 27, at his home on North Second
street. The deceased had been sick for
a month Shaw A Flint, undertakers,
handled the corpse, which was interred
in Tahonia cemetery.
Kelt II It and Mr,,m 11,
are desirable. You are strong and
vigorous, when your blood is pure.
Many—nay, most—women, fail tv
properly digest their food and so be
come pale, sallow, thin and weak, while
the brightness, freshness aud beauty of
the complexion depart. Remedy tbis
unpleasant evil by eating nourishing
food, and taking a snnll dose of Herb
ine after each meal, to digest what you
have eaten. 60 cents at F. L. Janeck's.
"Have you anything laid up for a
'"Indeed I have," answered the new
congressman. "I have a trunk full of
undelivered speeches to fall back on in
case 1 want to go filibustering "
Until., il Tbe Slavs,
A startling incident is related by
John Oliver of Philadelphia, as follows:
"I was in an awful condition. My skin
was almost yellow, eves sunken, tongue
coated, pain continually ia back and
sides, no appetite, growing weaker day
by day. Three physicians had given me
up. Then I was advised to use Klectric
Bitters; to my great joy, the first bottle
made a decided improvement. I con
tinued their use for three weeks, and am
now a well man. I know they robbed
the grave oi another victim." No one
should fail to try them. Only M cents,
IPS ran teed, at all druggists.
Major Blublud— Well, sub, I s'liose
wine tiowed like watah at tbe kun'l's
Like watah. sub. By gad, sub, it
lowed like oil iv a Texas oil company's
4 -•■• ul 'rnSalli,,,.
Tliere was a big sensation iv Lei-s
--ville, hid. when W. H. Brown, of that
place, who was expected lo die, had
his life saved by l)r. King's New I>is
coverv for Consumption. Ile writes: "I
endured insufferable agonies Irom asth
ma, but your N,-w Discovery gave me
immediate rebel and soon thereafter
effi-ctcl a complete cure." Similar
cures of consumption, pneumonia,
bronchitis aud grip are numerous.
It's the |«*erlegß remedy for all throat
and lung troubles. Price 50c, and $1.00.
Guaranteed by all druggists. Trial
Wedding gifta. cut glaaa and ailver.
Stock ® ®
IS THE BEST.
Stark Bros.' Nursery is the old
est and largest nursery in the
United States. If you contem
plate putting out any trees or
shrubbery of any kind, berry
bushes, grape vines, etc., write
me. IT WILL PAY YOU.
W. D. Ingalls,
NORTH YAKIMA, WASH.
R. F. D. No. 4.
High grade Watches,
208 - - YAKIMA AVENUE
YAKIMA AND KASTON
One door north of Larson's Theatre,
111 stove or tour loot leiigtlisdclivered promptly
to Hiiy part of the city.
All churches Served at Ita less than the market
Your Order Solicited.
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F. H. McCOY,
Improved and unimproved Lands
SUNNYSIDE, v « WASH.
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Has the only fnK and complete
set of ABSTRACT BOOKS lv
'itles Examined and Abstracts Made
<»v short uotice ami at reasonable
prices. Give us your business
I T. FOSTER, Manager
Office In our new Brick Blocu, 2d St.
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A. L. FLINT.
Yakima Furniture Company
Opposite Hotel Yakima.
COR. THIRD AND D STREETS.
Day Phone, 484. MUM Phone. 591.
Calls attended day or night. Lady
assistant. Shippinga specialty. We
have for sale the only desirable lots
in Tabomacemetery. Klegant hearse,
I teams and carriages.
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