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Brother MoGinnis' sunny face fills with
Sunnyside smiles as spring comes on, and
his stamping ground gets crowded with
enthusiastic settlers. About 200 people
have located under the big ditch since the
Neve Year, and they keep coming with
increasing speed. Small farms are the
rule. Brown and Phipps, for example,
bought 40 acres, and are putting up three
houses for as many families. The local
lumber dealer has his hand 3 full; 50.003
feet were one day's sales. Eight build
ings are now going up In the town itself,
but the great growth is, as it should be,
on the farm lands outside. Special wants
just now are several car loads of grade
Jersey cows, and a good bunch of horses.
A SPLENDID LOT OF TREES
Apples, Pears, Peaches, Prunes
AT Apricots, and small fruits. Prob
ably several millions in all. We
LOW shall sell at very low prices, on
terms that will be easy enough to
PRICES good parties. Wait for our full
announcement before you buy.
E. R. LEANING, PROP. CITY NURSERY,
Headquarters at Ward Bros.' store
m a m% • Gold and Silver Wntrlie*, Bicycles,
lit ■ UPIAA Tricycles, Uuns awl I'Mols, Carts,
HI -—• I*ll l.H Buggies, Wagons, Carriages Safes,
HI 4 I I lOU Sleighs, Harness, (art
Sewinf; Machines, Aeeordeom, Organs, Pianos, Cider Mills,
Cash Drawers, Feed mils, Bto.es, ketl e», Bon*. Mills,
Letter Fresses, Jark Screws, Trucks, Anvih, lla>< ntten,
Press Stands, Copy Books, Vl»|.», Drill*, loud Plows
UwnMimers, Coffee Mills, Lathes, Benders llunipt arts,
Cam Shelters, Hand Carts, Forges. Scrapers, Wire rence,
Fanning Mills, Wringers, F-nplnes, Saws. Steel Mnki,
firaln Dumps/ Crow Bars, Boilers, Tool-, Bit Hraeej,
Hay, Stock, Elevator, Railroad, Platform and Counter 81 ALLS.
Send for free Catalogue and see how to suve Money.
151 80. Jeflerson Bt., CHIC SCALE CO.. Chicago. HI.
WILLAMETTE YALLEIE NURSERY CO.
HA YE NO W 200,00( FRUIT TREES
Consisting of Apples, l'ears, Cherries, Pearlies, Primes, Quinces, Apricots, <'rub
apples, Nectarines. Also a great number of Blackberry Plants, Currants. <ioo*e :
berries, Raspberries, Grapes, Strawberries, Rhubarb, Horseradish. RObbb ot
every variety. Weeping and Ornamental trees. White and BnRiUO Walnuts,
Chestnuts, Hutternuts. In fact every thing you may \vnnt in the nursery line.
MJ-Uive us a chance and I will guarantee satisfaction, both in quality and
NORTH YAKIMA, WASHINGTON.
Several Special Bargains in Farm and
Suburban Acres and City Lots.
ALSO $10,000 OF GILT-EDGED FIRST MORTGAGE LOANS FOR SALE.
The mule is worth .$7 more than the
horse, on the average, according to Uncle
Sam's census. Why arn't there more
Jacks on the horse ranges? Breeding
mules is pretty sure to pay veil; far better
than cayuses and ahead of the average
horse of other breeds. This "creature of
the busy heel" numbers 55,000 in South
Carolina, 200,000 in Texas, 140,000 in
Illinois. The Carolina mule is worth $93,
the horse $79. In Texas he brings $41 ;
about double the horse price. The Ken
tucky mule leads the horse by $.'}; in
Missouri by $7. In Oregon he falls be
hind $15 worth; in every other state he
leads. California mules are $(5J each;
horses $4(5. In Pennsylvania he fetches
an average of $80; the horse only $67.
New Jersey mules lead the whole outfit
at $105 a head; $30 in advance of her
horses. New York's average mule kicks
the $91 mark, while the horse can only
Prairie Poultry Yards. Muller & Peter
son, Excelsior Postoffice (Edison), Wash.
Breeders of Buff Cochins, Buff ami Brown
Leahorns, Silver Penciled Hamburg?. Eggs
$2 per setting of 13.
What a wonderful thing Is a live seed.
Immature, old or dead it may look the same.
How to know ? Old gardeners say that
This Is the proof of life. When grown we give
our word yon will be satisfied—your success
,Is ours. BURPEE'S FAItM ANNUAL
for lS94 t 172 pages, tells all about the 2it.it
Heeds that Grow. The newspapers call it (he
Leading American Heed Catalopve. Yours
1 free for the asking if you pant seeds.
! W.ATLEE BURPEE & CO., Philadelphia.
G. W. WATERBURY, Manager.
IPOB APPLES, PSA&B, PKACHBB, PRUNES,
' Apricots and all other fruit trees aud
plants. Send for our free catalogue.
£4BP-spccinl quotations on lartre qua"tit'es.
Ornamental trees and plants are our specialties.
BURROWS & MILLION,
111.1 PIRST ST., SEATTLE. WASH.
THE HOME OF
THE PEACH, PEAR,
PRUNE, APRICOT, APPLE.
IN THE WORLD.
An Unlimited Market
An r/flO 62 acres, 7 miles from North
$0, /till Yakima; 3JO young fruit trees,
assorted; small house; 0 acres bearing
hops, partially poled; 10 acres in alfalfa,
cut 40 tons during season of 1893; living
springs and an unfailing water supply for
irrigation; 3. 4 mile from academy; 1 mile
from Co-operative dairy ; eplendid oppor
tunity for a dairy or hop farm. This
farm will net $1,500 each year.
(HP nnn 12l' acres, %% miles from city;
(J)U,UUU all fenced and cross fenced; ab
solute water right; 10 acres in hops; hop
house, press, etc., house 0 rooms and
necessary outhouses. Terms, % cash,
balance to suit purchaser. A bargain.
(hi nrjn L'O acres, 1 mile from city; 7
Ip 4, LW\J acres hops ; complete hop house,
cost i^MJU sea>on 1893; 5 acres in alfalfa;
small dwelling; deep soil. Terms, $3,000
cash ; |2,000 worth of hops were taken
from this small farm during 1893.
(hi fjnn 80 acres, bH mileß irom cify >
$4,111)1) fenced and plowed; good for
fruit, heps or alfalfa.
Eight thousand acres good fruit and
hop land under one of the best canals in
Yakitna county at $45 to $55 per acre;
one-fifth cash, second ypar interest only;
balance, annual payments.
f^We have just placed on the mar
ket U) tracts of 4J acres each, being one
of the largest farms in the count}', within
5 miles of city. These tracts are highly
improved. Hop, fruit, alfalfa, etc. Terms,
$75 to $101) per acre, part cash, balance
easy time. An opportunity for 10 families
to make a home.
Our spring has opened, do not delay if
you are coming to the
Great Yakima Valley
Write for particulars.
Feclyter & Ross,
NORTH YAKIMA. WASH.
Aii easy way to "write" your
friend* buck vnsi ia to neiid them