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$300. 00 City Lot
Ticket given with every 50c cash'purchase
YAKIMA TEA CO
leas. Coffees. Spices, Crockery, Glassware,
Ilii I COUNTY
George I. Ml. n and wife v i -'-.. ing
i i ii- \ in I telle leaves t hi- w..,.|, ;,,, .
i-n al hi*. " 1 ho'lie in Hnllnild.
V . 11. t line v., i ! to North \ akh n
n Sunihiv to : ..' .■!.-, -in several day-.
Mr. and Mr-, t ill* It. jTeiupleton are
■ he proud parent - of il little daughter.
\\ I i .in' ne, ,anu- in on X' ■
ik Iter hi- ml ii -'. - '
]li I t loves left oil Tlnn-.l'i I -11
fm Lo Vugeles. ( ah. I •_• n ■
-.1 .. at ten lax -.
Invitations are out for the marriage
I Mi-- a:.,,- Williams to Mr. Archie
Fleming on Thursday evening.
The teacher* have returned from their
holidnx vacation and went in their place*
••-. npen school mi Mmidav morning.
( A Keen .i in! iln i- Van ll**ih- went
North Yakima nn Saturday to m.i'-e
final proof in tin I.,tier'- honu'-ii'i,.
Mi--,- smith I-:. .1. Voting, Vi It,
Bridgman and Mi-. VV, 1.. Ili-idginiin
■rent to North Vakima on Frida, '■ ni
Th.- Rev. Edward J. Dm,l left on
Sunday for Zillah where he will remain
-this week returning in time for service
_l the I'pi-iopal church next Sunday at
The Federated Aid society elected the
following oilii ci- tor th iming yean
President, Mr*. S. I Harrisont x i.-,- |
_,«). Nt -. Mr* Jennie Woodin and Mr*
Roarbnek: -eeretan . Mrs. .1. U Argenl :
J, - • i .' lis. li. I'.oiltell.
b - ' -ma hi- hay bale I
\\ ill M iou ." ■ 2 - oi i
I'roiu I.i in. - Mitloni
: in I bet ■! iitghtet -
i ' phoiil
- 1\ i Mcl ..- Sumix -i le
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Mi tin in* ret ni tied it, •!
de. ' • enl - .i 1 tend
.. some I -
Rex . "v lied at Eu
id It ci I. ,i 11
M ■ . /■ ' ,---...: . , : ,| h,-r
liter an ill
•i — > with tx phoid pneii
nnini.i -■ . i-ave, hu-lia ii.l mid ii vi
-hildii n ■ , mom her deal li. The inter
•mill .- ,- . i.i N iikinui. Thi la
ne iln - v mpat In ol the
V II in i l.l! .
lli.' el ildren . n joj ci v scat ion la-t
meek, a- teacher-' institute wa- in --■
Re -A .ban:- w ill deliver a hit tire
-»t the M. V\ . \ hall Mon,lav ni-.-l t. Jam
nnrx Is. Kverybod) come.
iLi nil,,* la. engood ml Mi-. Grace
Fields were married Sew Year's. The
fount 1 ■ Ul make this valley then
Mi rack Lewis died Mondax Jan
• - "ii.i rbage of the lungs
T'a- ■;.-..-.-.*.i leaves a large family to
mom v in-
Tin- Woodmen and Royal Veigiilior*'
»if I owiiln- ' Sllip jave an en tell a I lllllell I
January :, io i*elebrate the former's gist
birth,lav. An excellent program xx'ii
ri'iiihnil alter which every one enjoyed
a bountiful repast. May tlu-v have
main more birthdays-.
A large cougar has been eaushlg s
uiciil deal of excitement in the com
inunitv the last week or two, and sev*
rial expeditions have been out against
him. Imi the wil.v eal has so far eluded
their murderous guns. He wa- -ecu
once, however, but hi- life mi* not then
Mis. Maggie \\ llliain* of Selah i- the
guest ..I Mr. and Mrs. .lax l-'.lliott.
K. .1. Young of Sunnyside visited his
plll'ellt - In-l Fl ida.v and -*al uid.ix .
Mr, aml Mi -. \\ in. liny returned Sun
ax :, n Wapato, where they liuve been
v isiting tin a tew ,1a v-.
\M-- Kilitli Avery ot Seattle, a sister
of Mrs. i .co. t.ii-t. en me over on Tin
lav to remain a few days.
Mr*. ( ha*. Dillon wa- called lo the
liedside ol Mr*. /in" at Mabton Tuesday
returning Wednesday evening.
Mr. I',i I and family have gone to
their home in H..r-e Heaven after spend
ing the winter un the -el I section.
Verion and -lason L'arpenter gave a
party at their home to about twenty of
their little friend* last Wednesday al
ien n. t.anic- and refreshment* were
t lie or lor of the evening.
• In- Harvey has bought the White hop
yard of i has, M 1. ( nnsideiatlon #4400.
Mi- Bessie and Roy Higb> ol Parker,
wen- the guests of the Misses Minnie
and Lelinie Dorset! la-t week.
A. i.. Di,k-oii i- now occupying his
Mi-- Maud Dii-k-on returned to Pros
- i s ;:,,!,, x
M. L. Kagy and W . Brewer were "i ak
imn x i-it,,i - Mondax
School opeileil I hi- inoi ning after a
X .lent loii ill niie v\ ■■! k.
\\ . 1.. Thump-on returned front hi*
i rip to Tacoimi l-'i ii.i v.
We :ii>- glad t pint , .mi Xlarv
SI ie'Jl-1 i- ilnplov lllji.
'lli nt- ineinlier- of Velie \\ illiain
famiix are ill .'i present.
.les*e I'il.. 1.1 i- .it home al present,
after fen dux - absence.
Mi and Mi-. Pi iici of the Satches are
vi-it inj: Mr*. A. i,. Dickson.
Mr*. Frank Hani- spent Sunday xxith
Mr*. Frank 11 i . T .it Outlook.
Mr. Robinson at present occupies the
house vacated in 1.. Finley.
A large part*, of I'm ker young peo
pie attended litersrx at Spring.lale Fri
v\ ill I'il •ml ni KllensbuN came home
to vi-it hi- paieni- and spend a lew days
. in limit iu;_*.
Mi- Rose Flint, Mi- May me Idr ami
Mr. Di-inp-i-v t I tut look dine.l at P. I.
Flint'- Sit in In v.
Mr. \. i. Webber oi Sunnyside was
Up last Week in the ilitclc-l | ||„
tell phone i ..inpalix
U illard Marble ami lainilv have been
spending a tew day* with their parent-.
iftrt .i tew !,. \-' absence.
(ieorge Dunn and D. A. McDonald
hay gone | Roslyn ami will go t,,
British Columbia before returning.
W'AXTKD To rent, small farm of
five acres i 1,--- i cash rental. Same
nni-t , lain bouse "t not lc— than ail
loom- .imi |„. within one and -half
mile- ol Nonii Vakima, Inquire at this
The ditch crew have moved their camp
a mile or so farther down.
.Mr-. Alex Mct'rcdy made a bn-ini—
trip to North Yakima Friday,
Mr. Whipple of North Yakima wa
llow n buying cattle on Monday.
Mr. and Mr-. Lndwig arc rejoicing ov
er the arrival of a daughter.
The attendance at school i- lewtening
on aeeounl of diphtheria and smallpox.
Mi-. K. S. Smith and Mr-. P. NY
Campbell attended the funeral of Mr.
I. \\V Downer.
Mi-- Hannah Richardson visited Coun
cilman Hull and wife in North Yakima
a part of la-t week.
Mi. l.eloh i- suffering with smallpox.
Mr. W'hceli- who ha- been staving there
i- also i|iui nn! ini'il
Prof. .1. M. Richardson received an
order from Whatcom la-t week for one
of hi- full Mood berk-hire-..
Mi— Jennie 1-V Cooper, while in North
Yakima la-t week, viatted Mi. and Mr-.
Fred Sehlief, former friend- in Minne
I'he neighbors are glad to welcome Mr.
an.l Mrs. Blake back to their home, after
the former's -ever siege of typhoid fe
ver in North Yakima.
Arthur Aye-, who i- employed in a
cabinet -hop in Nmih Vakima, i- spend
ing a -hurt time with hi- brother James
Aye-, during lhe dull season.
Haskell iiowiii-h went to North Yak
iina la-t Monday on the morning pas
senger to consult a physician. Tnedoc*
tor pronounce.l hi- case diphtheria, and
he let 111 lie.l oil t lie lllli 1 110011 I rain. The
family i- now under quarantine.
i Mice more -wei-t music ot wedding
hell- ring out 11 j»ni the ail. and liv their
solemn tone- Wnpntn 1,,-,-- one oi her
fairest maiden-. Mis* Kiirlex F. Farris,
vv ho w il Ii the man of her choice, Mr. IV.
1.. Spaii.lding. one nf the nm-i popular
young men of North Vakima, were unit*
• I in marriage lix Rev. Dry. at the home
ol Mrs, Sain Walker. .Mi-- Inez Karris
a* bridesmaid and Mr, :.™ Blake as
groomsman, «uported the happy couple
in the we,l,lino ceremony, after which
the |ioi lx partook ol a x cry ilaintv wed
A shower nf rice and old -hoc- xxith
sincere congratulation*, follow the new
I.v married couple to their home.
Mrs, Steve I'alloile i- Very -iek with
There xva- a surprise part; at Frank
Ley'- Saturday eight. A good crowd
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[j Started Monday morning with a rush. We •;
U are giving 10 per cent —less the advertising ♦♦
ft — and extra help expense —of our sale re- rZ~] ;;
;♦ I ceipts lor ten days, from January llth to I \*
ft I January 21st, to the North Vakima Public I t:
►♦ I Library Association to purchase books. I ♦♦
• • ' Help the Library Fund. See prices on ' g
[i our circulars. These alone should be a ♦♦
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(the boston 3
Manufactured for us from our own formulas.
CASE'S CUCUHBER SOAP
CASE'S WITCH HAZEL SOAP
<£4C Cake 40C Box
The finest Soup for face and 1 minis, (iuaranteeil satisfactory, or your
money retur 1. A fine line of Palmer's Perfumes and Toilet Waters.
C. C. G/VSE, ygK.M? I;^^
xxa- in attendance and a line time re
Peter Delude*, press i- again in the
valley and i- now at I!. Loiif-cx ill's.
The roads an- so bad that it i- al
mo-t Impossible to haul to North Ya
Uphonnr Brunnel hit Tne-lay xxith
;'i- mother lor hi- old place al (,'rook
Peter I'erraiilt i- home on a xi-it from
Pro—el. lie will he going back soon to
hk- Prosser ranch.
Peter Beaudry i- building a new
house on hi- ranch. He expect- to move
in it a- -oon a- it i- done.
There vva- a dance al Joe Itelivciiu'-
Satnrdax ni-jlit _-g* :X large crowd vva
ui attendance and a good time had.
A small crowd of l-'rank Albert's
liienil- held a surprise parly at the
store, A line -upper Was served and the
evening was enjoyed by singing ami
Dry Goods at Aciual Cost.
Don't fall to buy voin future Dry
1 'I- needs at t'offln Bros, closing out
Dry i....1.1- sale. A great saving on new
first class .Ii v goods,
C. I*. McKwen, the old time harness
dealer is now located at No. 7 South
t-Tst street. Repairing done.
fatal kidney and bladder trouble- can
always be prevented by ihe use of Fo
ley's Kidney Cure. Sold by North Yak
ima Drug Store. A. I). Sloan, prop.
Rev. Carlisle P. B. Martin, L. L. D.
in Waxeilv. Texas, writes: "Of a morn
ing, when lir-t arising, I often litnl n
troublesome collection of phlegm which
produces a COUgh and i- very hard to
dislodge; but a -mall quantity of Hal
lard'- lloiohoinul Syrup will at once dis
lodge it. and the trouble i- over. I know
"I v Urine thai i- equal to it. and
ii i- -o pleasant to take. I can most
cordially recommend it to all persons
ifreding a medicine for throat or luiiL
trouble." 28, otic andfl. Sold by IV 1..
Janeck's drug store.
Simpson, the nurseryman, has cherry
trees of his own raising. All leading
varieties. Strictly true to label and
fust-class stock. Place your orders ear
ly. They xvill be sold out before spring.
All kinds of fruit trees and general nur
sery stock furnished. Cull on or write
('has. S. Simpson, North Yakima. I_ock
Box 80!!. Residence one-hnlf mile south
fair ground. 20-6 m
Singleton So you believe in the
emancipation of women do you! We,l
crly v.-: they're overdoing the pro
Saved from Terrible Death.
I'he family of Mi-. If. 1.. Robbltl of
I liargertou, Term., saw her dying and
were powerless to -axe her. The moat
skillful physicians and every remedy
u-ed. tailed, xxhilc consumption was
-lowly hut surely taking her life, in
thi- terrible hour Dr. King's New Dis
covery for Consumption turned despair
into joy. The first bottle brought Im
mediate relief ami it- continued use com
pletely cured her. it'- the iin>-i certain
cure in the world for all throat and lull";
trouble-. Uuaranteed Bottles SOc and
(LOO, Trial Bottles Free at < . t . Caw's
ami Noil Ii -i akiiiia Drug -tore.
Poultry Does Best
when led soft f 1 once a day. Try
Vakima Hen food, mixed grains ground.
-North Yakima Milling Co. 47tf
Pneumonia and La Grippe.
Coughs cured quickly by Foley's Hon.
icy and I'ar. Refuse substitutes, Sold
;bv North Yakima Drug Store, A. I).
■ Sloan, prop,
Winter feed for poultry ground
grains fed once a day means more eggs.
Try Yakima Hen Kood. (..> cents a sack.
! Norm Yakima Milling Co. 47tf
| axative ftromo Quinine
Cures a CoM in One Day, Crip In 2 Day*
j (O* _^~^nO>» Ikw. 25c