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•CONTRACTORS AND BITLDERS
SMITH & KRABILL
Flan* furnished and estimates giver
on all classes of building
l Correir»)iidencM Solicited
a F D. No S Phone 4776 Far
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS
W. H. BOONE, M. D.
Pbystdan and Borgeoa.
Offlcs 206-207 Plaza Bldg
Phone: Office 522-J; Residence
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TBE ZEDIKER INSTITUTE
of drugless healing, combining
Osteopathy, Electricity, Vibra
tion, Massage, Baths, Menta
and Magnetic Forces, Light
Heat, Traction, &c. Constituting
Over eight years at 211 East
Yakima avenue- Over 220*3
cases treated. No drugs. No
knife. Phone Main 678.
fames F.. and Almlra M. Zedlker.
a. B. Howick Evangeline Howick
Graduates A. S- 0., Klrkvilre.
Mo., Suite 216 Muliins block
Phones: Office 476. Res. 624.
DR. M. E. THOMAS,
Rooms 6-7. Pioneer Bldg.
Phone: Of nee 138
Residence, Tbe Grand Hotel
PROF. C. E. HEIMBAUGH—
Phone 78 will reach me at all times
tor ferer of any kind, also chronic
C. E. HEIMBAUGH.
roar broken glasses away, save the
.^ca, w „ pieces. We grind all
Jj/^r- ."r^v; kinds of lenses at
i&j/irf2pi\ *<hort notice.
iJP"h3p>** **■ °' REDFIELI)
' Eye Specialist
atmam bnlldlng. Phone lftß-J
GERMAN OPTICAL CO.—
aaaaJamWm Pb— 1«S-L
m^mm * mm .% EXPERT EYE
24 fc SPECIALISTS
• • Phone Main 32
if Cfegg Block. 919 HE. Tak Ay*>.
Inman & Rose
Children's Casket $5.00
Adult's Casket $25.00
Broadcloth Casket, Hearse
and 2 Carriages $75.00
Pbooe 43J. Opp. Postoffice.
North Taklma •team Dyeing nnd
-Cleaning Works. General cleaning
aad dyeing. French dry el<sanlng,
pressing and repairing. Work
called for and delivered.
Pbaae M 9 I'M Fin* fit. Worth
READ'S STEAM LAUNDRY—
Best work In Central Washington.
Special rates on Family Washing.
No saw edges on collars and Cuffs.
Domestic finish. Mending fro*.
Ml H. FlBSt PtKNM Ml
HARRY H. CARLE
Furniture and Hair Mat
treeses made orer to look
like new. Fhwt elaas work
Drop postal to boa No. 1241 aad
we will calL
Furniture and household goods
packed for shipment.
Red Cross Employment Agency—
H. H. Jeaee, prloprletor. First
class help tarnished f j to mills,
camps, contractors, railroads, res
taurants, ramshes. dairies, hotels,
etc. Orders promptly and carefully
filled. 6 fiewth Front street Tele
phone 10*1. M-lmx
E. R. BECKETT
Civil Engineering and Surveying
subdividing and Laterals a Specialty
• South Second Street
NORTH YAKIMA, WASH.
Pure Toilet Articles. A oomplet*
line on sale at Pioneer Drug Co.,
Clark's Pharmacy. Reading and
Camp's. Agents wanted. Bra Hall.
Phone 306 and 351
313 East Yakima Avenue
The Very Hcit
West Side Feed Store
Phone 569. 14,4 th Aye. So
F. L. MILLER, Prop.
Upholstering, furniture repairing.
First class work.
125 So. 2nd St. Phone 137*
if nil n pi iw f i i
Ut IHIJJ IjLHuij I [IJ iv
One cent a word each insertion. Minimum charge, 15c.
Copy received after 7:30 P. M. will be placed under head
"TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY." See advertising manager for
contract terms. The Herald will not be responsible for errors
in ads taken over the phone.
il Stiff WANTED—FEMALE
WANTED—Millinery makers at
Barnes-Woodln Co. 94-tl
WANTED—GirI for general house
work. Phone 1130. 98-tf
WANTED—A good family cook.
Phone 641. 101-tf
WANTED—Two good shop men at
once for cabinet work; must be
first class. S. Grant-Smith Co.,
Phone 332. 100-3t
WANTED—An agent, good propo
sition. Address A-89, Herald.
WANTED—Position as housekeeper
in hotel or rooming house by wo
man of ability and experience. Ad
dress Mrs. Mattie J. Richardson,
Wapato, Wash. It
WANTED—We furnish the best
ranch help In the state. Bell Em
ployment office. 6 South Second ave
nue. Phone 27. 79-lm
WANTED—The Young Woman's
Christian association, IS North
First street, furnishes rest and lunch
roms; reliable employment, a cer
tifier! list of rooms, educational and
gymnasium classes. Every woman Is
invited to mak use of the association
We want listings of 4, 5 and 6 room
modern cottages or bungalows.
Can rent three of these at once.
Any distance from close In to
1 1-2 miles out.
LOWTHER, WILCOX & JOHNSON,
106 South Second Street
WANTED—Horses to clip at Taklma
Livory stables. Opposite N. P.
depot. Phone 221. »6-7tx
WANTED—Listings of farm and city
property. T. R. Fisher. 206 East
Chestnut, Phone 864 or 473. 86-tf
WANTED —Pupils for violin by fully
competent lady teacher. Phone
1 52-J. Sl-lOt
WANTED—A lady wishes the care of
a home for the summer while own
ers are away; best of referencea
Phone 1646-Y. 87-ttx
WANTED —To rent, four er five room
modern house. Address H. M., care
WANTED —To lease for 60 days or
bu>, a Jack. Enquire Coffin Bros.
WANTED—A furnished house on
east side by April 1. Phone «. tfx
WANTED—To buy, old buildings to
wreck or move. See J. M. Teel,
1001 South Naches, Phone 1678-J.
WANTED —To buy—Cash paid for
household goods. Yakima Auction
Co., corner Yakima Avenue and
Fourth street, Phone 247. 65-tf
WANTED—To buy, about 60 laying
hens, Plymouth Rocks or Rhode
Island Reds preferred. XT, care
WANTED —Good clean linen or mus
lin rags at Herald office: 25 cents
for sack. 72-tf
WANTED—Bay horse, 900 to 1000
lbs. A. Benjamin. 229 South First.
Phon- 1277. »9-3tx
WANTED —Old hens and spring
chickens, at the Yakima hotel.
WANTED —Chickens, highest market
price paid. Fulton Market. 35-tf
FOR RENT —Suite 3 unfurnished
rooms for light housekeeping;
•nodern- gas and steam heat. Herald
building. Apply at business office, tf
FOR .RENT —Housekeeping rooms,
ground floor, facing street. 229
South First street. 84-tf
FOR RENT —Housekeeping suites, at
the Imperial. 18 North Second
MONTERET Apartments, two and
three room suites. Fourth and
Chestnut street. Phone 451. 65-tf
FOR RENT—Three room flat fur
nished, near West Yakima and
Twelfth avenue. Phone 73. 101-3tx
FOR RENT—Furnished housekeep
ing rooms. 702 East Ynklma avenue
FOR RENT—Three or four fur
nished housekeeping rooms. 608
South Seventh avenue. 99-41
FOR RENT —Three furnished house
keeping rooms, modern. 202 South
FOR RENT—Modern unfurnished
| flat. Inquire Dr. G J. Hill. 79-tl
THE YAKIMA HK.lt A Ll). WF.DXEsn \y. MARCH 2». 1011.
FOB RENT —Furnished housekeep
ing room. 211 South Sixth street,
FOR RENT—Housekeeping room?
furnished 4i4 North Fourtl
FOR RENT—Furnished housekeep
ing rooms, 216 North Fourth ave
nue. Ph ne 1570-L tS-tl
FOR RENT—Furnished housekeeping
rooms. 103 South Seventh street
Thone 1602-Y. 100-ti
FOR RENT—Modern 6-room house
$15.00 per month. Call at 706
North Third street. Phone Farmers
FOR RENT—Four room house on
Chase hill, near car line, $11 per
month. Lowther, Wilcox & John
sen. 10( South Second street. 100-tf
FOR RENT—A small house and barn
at 608 South Third street. Inquire
at 315 South Third street. 100-2t
FOR RENT—Six room modern
house. 414 North Fourth street.
FOR RENT—Twenty roam lodging
house on west side. Call at West
Side Feed store. M-tf
FOR RENT —Five room cottage and
barn; city water. Phone 1887-1...
FOR RENT—House. Inquire 809
North Second street. 100-2t
POT RENT —SC ACRES SELAH
LAND, ail cleared, fenced; 15 acres
alfalfa; 5 acres young orchard, build
ings; full water right; rent this sea
son on reasonable terms. See A. H.
BARNHISEL CO., ROOM 1, FIRST
NATIONAL BANK BUILDING.
BOARD AND ROOM
WANTED—Board and room for two
in small private family, without
other boarders, close In. A. H.
Arendt, Phone 111. 101-tf
WANTED—Boarders and roomers at
402 North rirst street, Phone 7SB.
FOR RENT—Pleasant furnished
front room for single gentleman,
bath connected, use of parlor If de
sired; close In. 408 South Third
street, $10 per month. Phone 199.
FOR RENT—Newly furnished rooms
with bath and housekeeping
rooms. No. < South Sixth avenue,
Phone 1646-J. 92-tf
FOR RENT—Neatly furnished rooms
near avenue. The Annex 12 1-2
South First street 107-tf
FOR RENT—Nicely furnished rooms
with or without board. TOf North
Third street 11-tf
FOR RENT—Light housekeeping
rooms au transient. Lincoln hotel,
Phone 696. 214-tf
~ FOR RENT—MISCELLANEOUS
FOR RENT—One of the best loca
tions on the West Side especially
for confectionery store; splendid
lea«e. Bivins Bros., Phone 539 Dl-St
FOR RENT—Barn. 401 North lit
FOR SALE—In Terrace Heights Sub
division No. 1; Improved live acres,
fenced on all four sides, under Irri
gation and set ta best apples and
Bartlett fillers. Good air and frost
drainage, and a most sightly location,
overlooking the cfrty, Nob hill and the
surrounding country. A good purr
chase, as owing to Illness In the fam
ily it can now be nought below value.
Ask your own real estate agent for
terms. They are easy terms. M. C.
Butler, 308 South Fourth street. North
FOR SAliE—The finest located hall
acre on Capitol hill, bearing fruit
trees; all kinds of berries- $1600;
$500 cash, balance easy. R. Mac-
Donald. 307 South Second street
FOR SALE—2O* acres best fruit
land in Bitter Root valley. near
Hamilton, mile to railroad, 160 Inchon
i.e.- water, fine buildings surrounded
t v.i sides by 400S acre Kerr orchard,
»7>. terms. Owner. J. H White. Gen
eseo, II!. 94-101
FOR SALE:—Forty acres under th«
Tlet n, all cleared and parti)
fenced, water next spring, $100 Dei
acre If tak n In the next 20 days
C. Dodge & Co., Phone 485, 3-4
Taft Building. 75-ti
FOR SALE—Quick, 22 acres, 1'
acres 5-years; 5 acres 2 years
under Congdon canal. Owner non
resident; best varieties trees; terms
S. M Smith, R. F. D. No. 4, Boi
FOR SALE—Thirty acres of flrsl
class land; 10 acres pasture 2 1-i
miles southeast of North Yakima;
reasonable, r.n god terms. W. L
Splawn, P. O. Box 671. 101-26 D
■ FOR SALE—LAND
FOR SALE —160 acres apples. Kllck
ltat County. Wash.. $10,000 wll
handle: can be sub-dlvlded Into ll
acre tracts without waste. W. G
Davis, Goldendale. Wash. ST-lOt:
FOR SALF—A snap—20 acres lines
fruit land, no rock, level wltl
gentle slope. Enquire 23 South Sec
ond or Phone 509 S5-t
FOR SALE—Three-fourths of at
acre of land, three room house
small barn, fruit trees, on Nob hill
Address A-88. care Herald. 95-t
FOR SALE—Corner lot on Soutl
Eleventh Aye., one block from cai
line; terms easy. Address .1. L. B
fe Herald. 7S-tft
FOlt SALE —IIOI'SES
FOR SALF.—SUMMEIS HOME 0>
fn bungalow, sleeping porch anc
c veranda, 100 ft. beach front bj
ft. deep; near Burton, on Quartei
ter harbor, at beautiful Madrons:
•h. Owner will sacrifice atsl7so
$750 cash. A. H. BARNHISEI
CO., ROOM 1, FIRST NATIONAI
HANK BUILDING. 101-2
| FOR SALE—Eight room house, f
rooms, bath, closets and hall or
first floor, hot water heat, Are place,
' double walls and floors, with cement
basement. 404 South Fourth street
Phone 964. Office 110% East Yak
ma avenue, iPhone 1151. Geo. T.
FOR SALE—B room modern house,
ithln walkln„ distance from cen
ter of city, also on car line. Most de
sirable location In city. A bargain.
Terms. For further particulars ad
dress R. C. V., Herald. 306-tl
FOR SALE —Four room house; fine
level lot, fenced; fine chicken
yard; cheap for cash. Inquire 17
Brown avenue or Phone 1376-T
FOR SALE—At a bargain, good
house on corner lot, with out
buildings; must sell for cash. Phone
1376-T or call 19 Brown avenue.
FOR SAL'S—Nice new modern bun
galow of Aye rooms and half acre
of ground, in fruit; $1000 down
balance easy terms. Address B- E.
307 feouth Second street. City. 69-tfx
FOR SALE—Seven room cottage
North Seventh street, $500 cash,
balance your own terms. D. R. Bar
ton. 10 South Eighth street, rear.
FOR SALE—A rooming house, lo
cated within 1-2 block from Tak
lma avenue, east side, new furniture,
reasonable rent. Phone 1074-J. 81-tf
FOR SALF —Seven room house and
half acre of around, set to trees
and berries. It is a bargain, terms.
Address A-87. Herald. 90-tf
FOR SALE—Bargain in apartment
house, worth Investigating, B. E.,
care of Herald. 65-tfx
FOR SALE —Nine room house, lot
and small barn, close In, cheap, by
owner. 80S South Third street. 106-tf
FOR SALE—Modern five room bunga
low. 612 Princeton avenue. 101-tf
FOR RENT OR SAIiE
FOR SALE OR RENT—Bungalow on
201 South Eleventh avenue. 100-tf
FOR SALE—One high grade milk
cow, 3 years old, $60; 1 single
buggy, used 6 months, $45; one good
two-seated hack, $40; wire suited for
vineyard and hop yard, 1 l-2c per
lb. Phone 1349-J. 106 Third avenue
FOR SALE—Teams adaptel f.ir orch
ard work and light driving harness,
two seated hack and 3 % in. wagon,
price $450. A. N. Sanlslo, Phone
1596-R, Ad. ex. South Ninth avenue.
FOR SALE—Fine driving horse,
sound and gentle; rubber tired
buggy, red running gear, swell buggy
robe; a snap $176. Phone 130S-J.
FOR SALE—One span three year old
colts, weight 1400 apiece, gentle
and broke to wortk. Phone 16IS-T.
after 6 o'clock p. m. 94-12t
FOR SALE—I6OO lb. driving mare,
also heavy single work harness. In
quire 16 North Third avenue. ltf
FOR SALE—Sound two year old colt
$25, or will trade for chickens.
Phone Sub. 4021. 88-12t
FOR SALE —Team, wagon and har
ness. Address Mr. Wing, 102 South
Fourth street. 97-stx
FOR SALF.—White Jersey cow; 1-2
mile north of Frultvale store. R. B.
FOR SALE—Vestal Snyder's well
known saddle horse, Ping Pong.
Phone Farmers 3089. 99-tf
FOR SALE—Four good young work
mules with harness, $750. Enquire
Coffin Bros. 99-10t
FOR SALT')—Black horse, city broke,
standard bred. McWllllams. 201
South Seventh street. 99-4tx
FOR SALF—See Dooley's $250, $300,
$350 teams. Phone 701 or SSS
EGGS FOR HATCHING
FOR SALF. —Eggs for hatching
from Prize Winners and utility
White Rocks and White Wyandotte*
Splendid winter layers. Mrs. S.
B. Readle, 9t>7 East D street. Phone
FOR SALF. —Thoroughbred white
Leghorn eggs for hatching; $6.00
per hundred, $1.60 per setting. J
E. Curtis. Morris"y Siding, Naches
valley, P. O. North Taklma, Route I
FOR SALE —Thoroughbred Brown
Leghorn eggs, $5.00 per hundred;
$1.00 per setting. McKay Bros., R.
F. D. No. 1, Box 334. 93-12t
FOR SALE —White Orpington Barred
Rocks and S. C White Leghorn
eggs for hatching. Phone Sub.
81x3. H. Weber, R. F. D No 3. 90-tf
FOR SALE —Settings of eggs from
thoroughbred trap-nested White
Leghorns, also In 100 lots. Sanitarium
[Poultry Ranch, Phone 125. 101-31
EGGS FOR HATCHING
FOR SAliE—Partridge Rock egg*
$2.00 per 13; Brown Leghorn"
$2.00; Barred Rocks $1.50. M. S
Graves, R. F. D. No. 3. Phone 1535-;
FOR SALE—Pure Barred Rock eggi
for hatching. 2f > North Tenth stree'
FOR SALE—Mammoth bronze tur
key eggs and Barred Plymoutl
Rock eggs. Phone 647. 100-4tJ
FOR SALE—White Leghorn eggs foi
setting; also early seed potatoes
D. K. Smalllng. Wapato. Wash. 89-261
FOR SALF—lndian Runner Duel
eggs for hatching; also a few gooc
drakes. W. H. Curtis, Ext. No. Ist. St
FOL SALE OR TRADE
FOR SALE OR TRADE—Five acre!
close in on corner suitable for plat
ting, two blocks from car line. Set tc
fruit, choice varieties. Residence oi
city lot preferred. Address P. O. Boi
FOR SALE OR TRADE — Stock
ranch, acre tract lota horses,
wagons, surrey, buggy, farming Im
plements. G. G. Murphy south ol
FOR SALE OB« EXCWWGK—DeIIv
eiy wagon nearly new, suitable for
trucking, horse wsntel. Address B
-77, care Herald t4-tf
WANTED—To trade, organ for good
cow. Phone 1376-R, or call at 1
Brown avenue. 99-3t
WANTED —To exchange, $3500 to
$9000 Seattle Income for Improved
or unimproved ranch, owners only.
Hugh Martin. 138 27th avenue north,
Seattle, Wash. 100-4tx
The quickest way to get money
out of your stock ts to get an
auctioneer. Convert either all or
part Into cash at once. Fancy and
peedlgreed stock a specialty. L.
H. Linbarger, Licensed Auction
eer, care Yakima Transfer Co.,
FOR SALE—Cut flowers; floral de
signs; bouquets. F. A- Huntley
greenhouses, Flrtt avenue north and
Quince street. Phones 1485-Y and
1486-J. H. O. Akin. Mgr. tt-Sm
FOR SALE —Five passenger Ford
auto In good repair, will sell dirt
cheap If taken at onoe, terms if nor-
SSSary. Address P. (). Box 82. 101-4t
FOR SALF—Furniture of 9 room
liiiusi-, together or by piece, cheap
If sold this week. 606 North Third
FOR SALE—gtudebaker surrey, good
as new for $76, by owner, J. G. Hlll
FOR SALE—Washing machine.
Phone Sub. 4063. 101-tf
FOR SALE—Up-to-date buggy In
good condition, cheap. 207 South
Eleventh avenue. 100-2tx
FOR SALE—Relinquishment, 820
acres In Mozee valley, $250. Apply
502 South Second street. 100-2tx
FOR SALE—New piano at a sacri
fice for cash, room 13, 805 South
Second street. 100-2tx
FOR .SALE—Force spray pump.
Phone 17$. 18-tf
FOR SALE —Standard make piano,
cheap, slightly used. For particu
lars call at Stormfel's Studio., Room
1, Taft building SB-6t
FOR SALE—PooI room fixtures, cash
reglßtc , 2 cigar cases, 8 pool ta
bles, cheap W. T. Dixon, box 187.
Wapato. T, sh. 80-tf
FOR SALE—Cheap, Jewel gas range
and new Process gasoline range,
both good as new. 909 West Yakima
FOR SALE—9SO feet 6-inch siphon
pipe, price 16 %c per foot. C. E.
Baker, Selah. OS-fit*
FOR SALE—Typewriters, $6.00 cash.
5.00 per r-'onth. See John S.
Wert, Herald Bldg. 71tf
FOR SALE —Brush runabout $650
roadsters and delivery cars. Jack
son, Vendome hotel. 92-tf
FOR SALE—Small correct maps of
the city 10 cents, 8 for 25 cts,
Herald office tfx
No cash payment required to se
re.re land In the rich Washtucna
valley. Liberal propositions to ac
tual settlers. Palouae Irrlgatloo-
Powei Company, Eagle Block, Bpo
FOR SALE—Enterprise saloon. 11l
South F1.. 3 t street. H. Van Buren
FOR SALE —Good hotel bus'ness on
Taklma avenue. J. 8. K. care
MONEY TO LOAN.
MONIiJY TO LOAN
On flrst mortgages, Improved city
and farm property. Address F. F.
W. Jackson, City. »l-tf
The Elizabeth Gold Hill Mining
company, a home Institution with
property located In Taklma county
which can be seen, has the best In
vestment In the country today. For
further Information Inquire F. X.
Nagler, Sec. rooms 1-2, I. O. O. W
FOR SALE—AII or any part of a
share of Natchez & Cowlche (Hub
bard) ditch Co.'s stock. J. T. Hand
anker, Hotel Afton, 104 Pine street,
Seattle. Wash. 99-6tx
FOR BALE—A block of the Gold Hill
Mining Co.'s stock at a rare bar
gain; party needs money quickly an I
will sacrifice. Address "Eliza," ca>.
SMITH & KRABILL
HOUSE MOVERS AND WRECKERS
Will be pleased to submit
bids on all work. Correspon
R. F. D. No. 6 Phone 4776 Far.
steps, basement, floors, walks and
foundations; all wo.-k flrst class
Prices reasonable. Williamson d
Dovey, Hotel Roma, Phone 250.
A Perfectly Recognizable Child of the
Old Kentish Tongue.
in a little book entitled "London's
Dialect" Mr. Mackensie Macbtide chal
lenges tin- view expressed by the edn
I cation department of the London
county council thai "there is no Lon
don dialed of reputable antecedents
.-md origin," and thai "the cockney
mode of speech is g modern corrup
lie points out thai Hie London dia
lect, especially on the south side of
the Thames, is a perfectly recognisable
child of the old Kentish tongue, to
which we owe our earliest written lit
Mature. Tbet" for "that." "benk" for
"bank," "Tteb" for "cab," are remnants
of the old Kentish mode of pronuncia
In the Kentish dialect "that" was
spelt "tliet" as early as A. D. SJ.">. The
use of "1" for "a." as in "lidy." was
common from tha Trent to tbe Thames
In Elizabeth's time, and John Slow,
Writing in 1580, wives us "hylyfTe" for
"bailiff." The use of "itu" for "n" in
SUCh eoekneyisnis as "telegTauph" is
of very old origin, and "ababt" nnd
"nlitslde" nre both warranted by un
dent use. As for "kep" and "■top"
without the final "t," they nre really
uncorrupted words, the "t" being nn
Intruder of late date.
TORTURE BY WATER.
The Third Degree In Sorcery Cases In
Louis XlV.'s Time.
One of the methods adopted by
Louis xiv. to purge his kingdom of
sorcery was the "question ordinary."
This, according to Q, Duval In "Shad
ows of Old Paris," consisted in having
ten pints of water poured into the
"The executioner placed the prisoner
In ti recumbent position, tlrmly tied
upon ii table. A block was slipped tin
der the loins, so that the chest nnd
Stomach were thrown oulward and
upward, while the contents of n meas
ure of two flints were forced liy means
of it hose down the victim's month.
If he resisted his nose was held until
lie opened his teeth lo breathe. After
every two pint measure he was given
n few seconds- rest ami the opporliini
ty to confess. If lie continued his do
Dial the question was reapplied until
Ihe whole ten pints had I v con
"In the 'question extraordinary' Ihe
quantity administered was augmented
to twenty pinls. The swelling caused
by Ibis unnatural amount of liquid iv
the body produced the most acute ago
Knew the Risks.
Cliloe, n huge black cook of middle
tige, came to her mistress one dny with
tho announcement thnt she was about
to be ninrrled. Regretting the loss of
an excellent cook nnd hnvlng real In
teresl in Chloe's welfare, her mistress
"I hope, Chloe. yon appreciate the
fact that marriage Is a serious thing
and you have considered carefully In
regard to the step you aro about to
take. Marriage brings great responsi
"'Deed It does, nia'om!" said Chloe.
with emphasis. "I reckon I knows, fo'
I'm been ninh'led fo' times. I knows
just what reesks y<>* takes when yo'
done git mah'led. My last ilivo'ce cost
me twenty-live dollahs, but I made him
pay half of 11. Yo' nevah know what
yo' is gittin' into when yo' gits inah'
Ruins of Yucatan.
The explorations of Arthur Dlnay In
Yucatan brought lo light many new
fads about Hie stupendous rains
which stretch through Hip country In
a chain 300 miles loiiv 1 The uum|
amazing thing about these ruin-*, ac
cording to Mr l>insy. is Hint the |
pie who possessed sud- high nrehl
tecturul skill and lhr knowledge of
rich nnd graceful rtpeorallve arts, be
longed to tin. stone nge .md had no
knowledge of ineials. These wonders
In stone wen- carved with Mint Imple
ments and a Civilisation which lias
been compared lo that of Egypl grew
up withou-l even the use of bronze and
Turned tho Tables.
Two hunters, returning from Ihe
Oatskllls, decided to try some New
York cily humor upon Ihe agent of a
little railroad station in the foothills.
"When does Ihe :i:l!i train gel |uV"
The old man regarded him seriously
and at length. "Waal," said he, "she
generally gels iv Just a leetle behind
Later they approached hlni respect
fully. "About time that train Is due.
Isn't It, uncle?"
"Yes," said the agent, "she's about
due. Then- comM the conductor's
"He cler.red the hIII at a bound and
vanished iv the darkness," related Ro
"But," seoffod Realism, "only a mo
ment ngo be was riveted l<> the spot.
Did he tile the rivets?"
"Oh, no!" rejoined Romance, nothing
daunted. "Fortunately It was only a
small Spot, so that by a superhuman
effort be wrenched it loose and car
ried It along with him."—Tuck.
Result of a Fad.
Poverty calm- In al the door.
Love immediately flow out of the
"Ah," said those who observed, "this
Is what conns of being fresh air fad
dists;"— Judge's Library.
You cannot dream yourself into a
character; you must hammer aud forge
yourself one -James Anthony Fronde.
Get your Ice cream and sherbets
at the Pioneer Drug Co. 90-tf
Seattle Times and P. I. Agency now
at 5 West Yakima avenue, Phone 411
TO IfIND UNDER DITCH
Greatest Portion of the New Area
Under the Sunnyside Is In the
An entire new set of water maps
for the Sunnyside project showing
ths now land under water this year.
Is on file at the United States land
office In this City, These maps show
that some 800 0 acres have this year
been added to the Irrigable area of
the Sunnyslde canal country which
Will make the total under cultivation
at tliis time of approximately 60,000
acres. The greatest increase of new
acreage is in the country In and
about Grandview where some 3500
new acres have been placed under
water in addition to the splendid area
already being cultivated there.
Old Hats Made New
"Because a man's name Is well
known is no sign that his credit Is
good" with Camp, The Hatter, 104 1-2
North First street. 101-tf
Faked by Agents
ts the usual cry, buy $1.00 worth at
the Emporium and get a $8.00 por
trait for 87c. Good till April 8.
EUROPE I THE IM
IN TRJUEVmi D.S.
Ahead of All the Grand Division
of the World in the Merchan
dise Movement for Feb.
WASHINGTON, D. C, March 28—
Europe led all th« grand divisions
of tho world In the movement of
merchandise to and from the United
Stntes for February. 1911, according
to figures compiled by the depart
ment of commerce and labor.
Exports to Europe from this coun
try for the month aggregated $116.
--829,0:18. For February, 1910, they
yere only $75,437,046. For the eight
Months ended Feb. -JS exports reach
ed |567,617,8|8, compared with
$121,962,767 for the same period of
the preceding year. Total exports
for the month were 1176,845,805, as
compared with 1124,558,680 for Feb
Imports from Bnrope Into this
country for February reached $r>n,
--167.048, compared with $ii--',s:is,sio
tor February, imu. For the eight
months period they reached $624.
--236,168, as compared with $643,
389,488 for the samo period of 1910.
Total imports nto the United States
for tho month were valued at $121,
--790,154, compared with $130,117,
--980 for February, 1910. For the
eight months period the total was
$1,015,831,541. compared with $1,
--021,311.690 for the same period of
the previous year.
All Knights of the Maccabees are
asked to meet at Flint & Shaw's of
fice Tuesday evening, March 28, for
elnctlon of officers, also of a dele
gate to the state convention.
100-2t J. A. ADAMS. R. K.
Northrup King & Co., garden, lawn
ami (lower seed at Larson Hardware
• 'an be had by calling up Phone
J9BR. Golden Rule Dairy. 88-tf
These young people are numbered
among our brightest, thriftiest and
most Industrious oltlssns: J, M.
Hocks cams from Essex. England.
about 11(1 years ago witli his mother,
brother! and sisters, who are residing
now at Seattle. Mrs. Keeks cam? to
North Yakima with her grand
p:uciiis Mr. and Mrs, A. <J. Olem
mor nml Urn lis Frank and John
Clemmer from Rettenning, Pa, about
13 years ago. Very few young people
start off willi so prosperous a begin
ning, for both have accumulated <iuit»
a bit ci" property, Mrs. George Shor
wood served dinner i" the young
couple while they were on their way
to their v'» horns near Brlah spring.
Sunday evening, Mr. Fred Sherwood.
of North Yakima and Ethel Voliva
were guests also.
ai Penlstea, formerly of Kansas
Is now working for (100 Sherwood
A Ii g well-drilling nut 111 was moved
In io the French ssttlemenl in Plca»
.'ini valley Tuesday.
George Sherwood sold i section of
land for Mr Goff, on Pomona He'ghta
MILLIONS FROM THE PEOPLE.
p»st Office People Round Up Brok
\i:\V YORK. March 28— In a raid
on the slock brokerage offices Mon
day In Fifth avenue occupied by
Wlsner ftCo. and ths Standard Se
curities Co.. the post office Inspectors
oharge thai Irregularities amounting
to mors than $2.0nn.000 have been
brought lo light Transactions In
excess of $i0.00n,000 ara credited to
tin two concerns. Tin- charge Is
using ths mails to defraud by selllnt
worthless stocks. The specific charge
Is that tin- Wlsners, through mall
correspondence represantsd to stock
purchasers thai California Diimond
Oil Co. was an active producer while
ax a matter of fact, according to the
Indictment, ths company ha< been
dormant and lost title In 190* to the
Property it was claiming to he oper
BANKS AND BANKERS
FUIST NATIONAL BANK
United States Depositary
Capital and Surplus ..$ 300.000.5S
All departments of banking Inctad
tng domestic and foreign exchaag*.
Savings accounts, 4 per cent; time d<a
posits; safe deposit vaults.
W. L. Stelnweg. President,
Charles Carpenter, Vice Presld-sat,
A. B. Cllne. Cashier.
C. B. Donovan, Aast. Cashier.
J. A. Loudon. Ass*. Caahlar.