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Tffl MIMA HERALD.
THURSDAY. JANUARY 7. I»i Mrrtino or mi Ministers.— The Min isterial Alliance of North Yakima held its second regular meeting on Monday, Jan. 4,1802, at the rooms of Rev. W. H. Cor nett. There were present Kev. H. H. Cbeedle, president; Her. R. Warner,sec retary ; Her. F. Waldron and Rev. W. H. Cornett. Prayer was offered by Rev. Wal dron, after which the president read a communication from Rev. B. 8. Mac- Lafferty, of the Taooma Ministerial Alli ance. An ably written paper was then read by the president, which set forth in a clear, practical light the elements of successful ministerial and Christian work. Some of the elements emphasized were: *''lncrease ot fraternity among ministers of different denominations; safe direction of general Christian work; the kingdom of darkness challenged by the united forces of Christ’s kingdom; the advancement of the Christian, moral, and social interests of the community.” *fbe paper was full of practical suggestions and was well re ceived by the,brethren. A general dis cussion of the temperance work in this place was had, after which the election of officers occurred. 8. H. Cheadle was re elected president, F. Waldron vice presi dent, and R. Warner secretary. A con stitution was adopted. The time and place of meeting will be the first Monday of each month at 10 a. m. in Rev. Cor nett’s room. Rev. Waldron was requested to prepare a paper for the next meeting; subject, “Preparation for the Sabbath.” Rev. Cheadle offered the closing prayer. Libel Suit Threatened.— Maxwell Phillips writes to Tub Heealo from 8a- Una, Kansas, and wants this paper to publicly apologise for remarks made about him in the iaaue of Dec. 3, in which it stated that be was deficient mentally and morally and there was little doubt of bis insanity. In case The Heealo refuses his request,the reverend gentleman threat ens proceedings for libel. Phillips was the superintendent of schools at the res ervation, and until'he was incontinently bounced by Agent Lynch demoralisation reigned supreme. It is charged that Phillips appropriated things from the agency without authority or right; that he wrote letters to the department with the intention of deceiving, and that be was a nuisance generally. That Agent Lynch believed the man was crazy is evi denced by the fact that be wrote the de partment to that effect, and that tbe dis missal was tbe proper thing to do under tbe circumstances is shown by the ap proval expressed by the special agent who recently visited tbe reservation and in vestigated tbe circumstances. If the Rev. Phillips wants a more complete apology from The Herald, this paper has some telling affidavits which it will publish without extra charge. Want to Depose Marshal McMurtry. —Chairman Schorn, of the council com mittee on police, recently requested the resignation of Ben McMurtry as marshal. The latter stated that bis resignation would be placed before the board at the next regular meeting, and as a conse quence candidates began to bob op se renely and button-hole councilman and others who are supposed to have influ ence with the municipal dads, but tbe council met and the council adjourned and neither the marshal put in an appear ance nor was his resignation filed. This so astonished the statesmen of the corpo ration that no action was taken, but at least one of them swears that at the next meeting of tbe hoard chargee will be pre ferred if the resignation isn’t forthcoming. Tbe leading candidates for the positi m are H. D. Cock, Phil Stanton and J. M. Henderson. Remarkable Growth.— David Gila .n is vouchor for the troth of the following statement, which is an evidence of the wonderful fertility of the Yakima soil: On Captain Inverarity’s ranch, just be low North Yakima, locust seed was plo *■- ed under on tbe 27th day of April. On the following October, a few days lei 4 than five months, the seed bad germi nated into trees, one of which when cat and carefully measured by Mr. Wilson registered twenty feet. California reoor- Is and has advertised all over the onion the next most wonderful tree growth, that of acacia, at garden grove, Losangeles comi ty which grew from a cutting to a height of 19 feet in one year, without question Yakima carries off the palm. Settling the Public Domain.— I The fol lowing is ihe resume of the business transacted at the U. 8. land office in this city for the year terminating Dec. 81: Homestead entries,l42; final homesteads, 36; desert land entries, 61; final desert land proofs, 3; cash entries, 46; timber cottars entries, 15; final timber cultures, 6; pre-emption entries, 12; timber and ■tone entries, 5. In round figures over forty thousand acres of the public domain within this land district have been with drawn through lettlement and improve ment. __________ ASTcrIIMS Letter LUI. Letters uncalled for at the postofflce at Yakima City for the week ending Dec. 81,1891: Boles, O L Boone, Jesse Barber, Davis Crelgh, A H Clark, R Chnm-mook, Hel- Dragon. M F liah (Indian) Dunning, Merrian Felker, George Fife, Thomas Fife, Robert D Forrest, Thomas Galloway, John Gerchioger, Mrs J Hester, H D Ingalls, L L Ingslls.Mrs Hattie-2 Ingle. L L Johnson. Richard Kreenoer. George Lundahl, Paul Lambert, Prof Lowery, Milton McNamee, John Morrison, David Nor berg. J Peaiie, George Parker, Harler Roberts. O W Robinson James W Sharps, Fred W Sinclair, John Stomp. Lewis Servia, PS Vanderveer. B D Wilson, B Young, W P Watt, W A. Persons calling lor any of the above letters please give the date on which ad vertised. E. Lornow, p. M. —A. L. Fix, the leading real estate and fwaaraace man of North Yakima, LfOAL RRiriTIKS. —Daring 1801 Marshal McMurtr/ col lected $380.00 for delinquent taxes. 4 —Born, Saturday, Jan. 2, 1802, to the wife of Fred Parker, a son, weight nine pounds. —Born, Jan. l,to the wile of Joseph Martin, a son. The year 1802 starts in well on boys. —Water is now flowing from artesian well No. 1 in greater volume and stronger than ever before. —M. J. Unger is now tbe owner of a floe Mastiff pop which arrived from tbe Hound the other day. —The raffle for tbe sewing machine which was put up by Hugo Sigmund was won by Fred Janeck, ticket No. 60 taking the prize. —County School Superintendent Law rence has moved his office to the First National bank building, having desk room with Jones A Newman. -Roswell T. Lord, a brother of Mrs. A. W. LaChapelle, formerly of Konewock, was married near Chelan Falla Dec. 23 to Mias Maggie Dickson, of Douglas county. —Phil Fitterer has returned from Ellens burgh and has leased tbe dining room of tbe Hotel Bartholet, which be will con duct in a manner satisfactory to tbe public. —George F. Gavett and Miss Birdie E. Preasey, who were among the attendants on the firemen’s masquerade in this city, were married on their return to Ellens burgh. —Tbe Northern Pacific baa made a striking reduction in ita 3000 mile ticketa, and they are now for aale at $76 instead of S9O, tbe price at which they were held last year. —A. L. Fix and Harley Taylor visited Eilensburgb this week, and Mr. Taylor atatea that be ia firmly of tbe opinion that of the two places North Yakima has the larger population. —The ladiea of Elleosbnrgh are becom ing very generous. During Christmas week Mrs. John Simpson, Mrs. Ralph Davis and Mrs. 8. Kreidel each presented her husband with a son. —At the request of the Rev. Mr. Mc- Conaugby. a musicals will be given by the Rev. W. H. Cornett in the Ahtanum church at 7:30 p. m., Jan. 19, in behalf of tbe Ahtanum academy. —Eilensburgb has a John L. Sullivan; at least that’s what he calls himself. Judge Graves figured out that he is in sane, and, as a consequence, ordered his commitment to tbe asylum. V—Telephonic connection has been made with the residence of Capt. J. 11. Thomas. Any one desirous of gaining information regarding the boom in old Yakima can be accommodated by ringing op 40. —There will be no services at the Pres byterian church in tbe morning next Sun day, but at 7:30 in the evening Rev. Cor nett will deliver a sermon. Hereafter Sabbath school will be held at 12 o’clock noon. —Forty men were recently convicted in Ohio of the crime of larceny for refusing to pay their subscription to a newspaper. They took tbe paper out of the poetoffice regularly, but apparently bad no inten tion of paying for it. —Work was commenced on the artesian well being bored on the John Miller place Tuesday and the drill ia now down about forty feet. The new plant is working smoothly, and there are strong hopes of striking flowing water at a reasonable depth. —Nine new members were added to tbe Presbyterian church last Sunday, two in fants by baptism and seven adults by communion. Tbe latter were Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Ellis, Mr. and Mra. Wm. Cor nett, Mr. and Mrs. Watt and Mrs. Janies Stuart. —Unger, Mulligan A Co. present a striking advertisement in this issue of Thr Herald. The Co-Op. is doing a big business, and the reasons for this are to be found in low prices, honest goods, and attention to the details of business and the interests of patrons. —During December seven arrests were made by the police, all previous to Dec. 14, and all on the charge of being drunk and disorderly. The police department was far from being self-sustaining, as the amount collected for fines was only $10.60, while fees of the city Justice amounted to $20.15. | —The Bt. Elisabeth hospital, although a new institution, is succeeding won derfully well. The register shows that since its opening there have been six teen patients, six of whom are now be ing treated. Cyrus Longmire, whose leg was amputated some time since, is getting along very nicely, and was able to sit op for the first time Tuesday. —AI Cunningham, formerly a waiter of the Hotel Yakima, came uear losing his life in a row at Tacoma Sunday. He was assaulted with a gun by a gambler, and but for the opportune arrival of a police man would undoubtedly have been killed. The trouble had its origin in a woman of shady character who was receiving atten tions from both men. —The Artesian Well company on Wed nesday moved Its plant from well No. 2 to a new location sad will immediately begin sinking for water. The depth of well No. 2 la 616 feet, and with the present machinery no further progress can be made, so a stand-pipe wilt be erected and the pipe capped awaiting the arrival of a heavier machine, when the boring will be returned. —A the annual meeting of the Yakima C üb, Wednesday evening the following efficient were elected for the earning year: Preaident. Fred B. Bead; vice preeident, H. C. Hnmphrey; treasurer. W. L. Stein weg; secretary, H. H. Lombard; govern ing committee. F. B. Beed, H. C. Hum phrey. A. B. Weed, W. H. Hare and 4. M. Baxter; house committee. J. B. For »ley, w. H- Chapman and I. H. Dills. rxeseaiL. • _____ Agent Jay Lynch is in the city. J. Lovel Smith returned from Portland Tuesday. Logan brown left Tuesday for Centralis on a visit to relatives. E. M. Reed has gone to Walla Walla on a brief business trip. T. P. Airheart and family left to-day lor Denver, Col., where tliey expert to re side. George Nelson returned from Oregon Monday, where he has been for tbe past year. H. B. Scudder, of the Yakima Land Co., is expected beck from Boston on Monday. Mrs. George Donald, who has been very dangerously ill for some time past, is re ported to be improving. Mrs. Laubach, formerly of this city, but now of Grays Harbor, is over visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Pastew. Mias Wyckoff, daughter of Lieut. A. B. Wyckoff, U. 8. N., will arrive here in a day or two on a visit to the families of Col. W. F. Prosser and Wm. Ker. Sheriff Simmons left Wednesday for New York after the forger, B. K. Lever ing. The grand jury of Chautauqua county failed to indict Levering and the proasecuting attorney of that place noti fied Mr. Simmons by telegraph that the prisoner would now be turned over to him. nwBMKs tr the cm cum. Amul Kcprts ky the City Tnasircr aid Clerk-Passage sf lafrd’uaice ts Sip pen lenes if 111-Faae. The city council met in regular session Monday, Jan. with all members pres ent. Monthly reports were made by the city justice, marshal and street commis sioner. The following is the treasurer’s report of receipts and expenditures for tbe term ending Dec. 31,1391: RECEIPTS. Cash received from ex-traaa’r.. lIWBI 70 Cash rcc’d from saloon licenses . MOO 00 Cash rac’d from all other licenses 289 00 Cash received from Justice Gard iner. fees and flues. 73 96 Cash received from marshal,sale of horse from pound SO 00 Cash received from marshal on, delinquent roll of HWO. 284 64 Cash received for taxes on delin quent rolls of 1888-W. 19 «8 Cash received from Sexton J. B. Schwartxe 206 so Cash received from Street Com missioner J. A. I-eacb. r. poll 12 00 Cash received from taxes col lected on rail of 1801 444 16 97M1 23 DISBURSEMENTS. Cash paid to state treasurer, 10 per cent, on saloon licenses. 400 00 Cash redeemed on warrants on Eenoral fund 4165 04 Cash redeemed on warrants on cemetery fund 2TiO 00 Cash redeemed on warrants on road and bridge fund 66 80 Cash redeemed on warrants on bond fund. 900 00 Cash redeemed on warrants spec ial waler.l Ikht A bond fund.. 1000 00 Cash paid treasurer .at 2 percent, on receipts of |n.H9.M, 9108.30; 1 per cent, on pin'lsof 96,771.34. 987.71.. 176 10 96047 44 Balance on hand 9 463 70 The balances in the various funds are as follows: General municipal fund. 9 43 01 Cemetery fond * 19 64 Road and bridge fund. . 63 96 Park fund . 29 27 Special wajpr, light and bond fund. .207 01 Total 9468 79 Respectfully submitted to tbe Honorable Mayor and City Connell. W. 1.. KTEINWEG. City Treasurer. The following is the city clerk’s bal ance sheet from the hooka of the city of North Vakima, Wash., for the year end ing Dec. 81,1891: DEBIT BALANCES, Funding nouda 8 pret. 25yrs 930000 00 General municipal fund 3493 64 Road and bridge fund. 46 29 Special Are apparatus fund . . 1669 69 Spec’) llgbt.wnt'r A pow'r fund special cemetery fund. ho 36 Interest, etc 22U 62 Sewerage expense account. . 894 38 Total 937865 46 Cash In city treasury. V 68 987865 09 *9458.79, less 9444.16-99.65. CREDIT BALANCES. Bills payable, total liabilities of the city 937285 68 Suspense account 660 14 Park fund 29 27 987866 09 •An amount of 9444.16 additional in the treas ary collected from the tax roll of 1891 was not yet charged In tbe city clerk's books. The following Is a statement of war rants issued and paid from June 11,1801, to December 31,1891: General fund outatandlnc 82188 92 General (and iwued . MU 67 Total 8802 W General fund paid 8122 02 MSBO 57 Road and b'dge fund ontstd'g . 64 00 Rood and b’dge fund turned .... 46 00 Total 110 60 Boad and bridge fund paid 64 SO 45 SO Bond (nnd leaned 9 no Bond (and paid v 00 Fin apparatus fund Issued 936 70 Fire apparatus fund paid 874 00 62 70 Water, light and power (and Issued 2961 20 Water, light and power (aud paid ;. 1000 00 Cemetery fund outstanding so 00 " Isaaad 300 00 Total ...... 890 00 Cemetery (nod paid r*> 00 ICO 00 Interest account Issued 220 fu _ " " paid 230 ra Sewerage expense account 77 OB 77 03 Bal. warrants outstanding 17547 80 SVNNABV or VAaBAHT ACCOUNT. Bal. outstanding I 2802 92 Total leased to Dec. 81,1WI . lien 72 Total on all (unde . IJW7M 62 Total warrants paid 6M31 86 Dec. 81, *9l—Bal. outstanding |7547 88 The city clerk recommended that a property account be opened on the city ledger allowing the different items of property owned by the city, said accounts to be charged with the coat of each of said items and to stand on the ledger as per manent accounts. The recommendation was adopted, and the clerk was directed to act accordingly. The clerk subeequeoly furnished the following draft of the city property; woaaaeaa ■•as “s®*“ •W »•* MO ■: :j " The following hills were approved, and the clerk was Instructed to issue warrants in the several amounts: L. E. Sperry. 15; Toro Norton, |6; Jasper llikkelson. 19; 0. W. Henry. $178.81; L. C. Lovell, •6.78; Sunnyside Bestaarant, $81.40; D. THE SAN FRANCISCO BOARD of HEALTH. We, the members of the Board of Health of the City and County of San Francisco, Cordially approve and recommend the Royal Baking Powder. It is absolutely pure and health Ail, composed of the best ingredients, of the highest strength and - character. In our judgment it is impossible make a purer or stronger Baking Powder than the Royal. Jos. R. Davidson, M. D. Henry M. Fiske, M. D. Chas. McQuesten, M. D. T. J. M. D. Members San Francisco 'Board of Health. B. Lyon, ««; Jon. Liggett, Sr., 15.75; C. W. Henry, (1.84; D. F. Bnnnell, I7JSO; Selling A M.ber, sl2; J. C. Le«cli,s7.6o; W. F. Lyon, $6; Henry Kampeter, $3; Henry Leach, $10; Stone A Greene, 00 centa; Yakima Herald, $25.60; L. E. Sperry, $3. The ordinance to snppreaa honsea of ill* fame waa read and passed. It provide# for impoaing a fine of from $5 to SIOO for the keeping of booaea for the porpoeea of proetitntion and lewdneaa, for reaiding in or visiting each a house, or for renting a horse or rooms for such porpoeea. Every member of the board voted in favor of the passage of the ordinance. The matter of allovring merchants to construct abeds within the fire limite for the protection of Roods was introduced by Councilman Reed, but although discussed generally the board adjourned without taking any action. —George M. Vandoren, of Seattle, and W. Q. Simpson, of Slaughter, bought 160 acre* of Sunnyside land each of the N. P., Yakima A K. Irrigation Co. at $46 per acre last week. These gentlemen also invested SB,OOO in property in the vicinity of North Yakima. Messrs. Simpson and Vandoren are arranging to plant 100 acres of their land to hops this coming spring and expect to induce many of their friends to become interested In this section. —There were a number of promotions and changes among the non-commissioned officers of Company E at tbe meeting Monday night, the roster standing as fol lows: First sergeant, Jos. Liggett; 2d sergt., Orlando Beck; Sd sergt., George Rodman; 4tb sergt., W. F. Powell; quar termaster sergeant, Harry Coombs; Ist corporal, A. McDermid; 2d corp., I. H. Dills; 3d corp., WiU Crook; 4th corp., B. B. Coombs. —Ed L. Huntley, a Chicago clothing man, who is known all over the United Statee on account of bis mammoth dia monds was relieved of his sparklers in a stage robbery which occurred last week in tbe Kootenai country, Idaho. He val ued the stones at SO,OOO, and they were certainly beauties, as those who met Mr. Huntley during bis stay in Yakima last July can testify. Ikm Tkciuat lile Ticket! a Stic. North Yakima, Jan. 1, 1892. Editor Herald : The N. P. Railway on above date placed on sale at this office 3000 mile commercial mileage book tick eta. good in Idaho, Washington and Oregon, and will be honored for passage on N. P. main line and branches,on the 8. L. 8. E.. O. W. Railway, and as far as Northern Pacißc trains are concerned on the Seattle and Northern Railway and on the Port Townsend Southern between Tenino and Olympia. The tickets will be sold at the rate of $75, and will be good only for one person, to be named thereon, Don-trans ferable and limited to one year from date of sale. H. C. Humphrey, Agent. —Red field will continue bis auction every Saturday at 1:30 and 7p. m. until the entire stock is sold. * —Remember the auction sale of Jew elry, silverware and clocks at Redfleld’s every Saturday afternoon and evening. —Go to C. E. McEwens for ladies’ side saddles. He has a splendid stock. * Pastry Without Butter. Light, flaky and digestible pi. emit and all kind* of fine paatry can be nude with Dr. Price'. Cream Baiting Pow der without batter or with one half the nanal portion, if pte* ferred, or with a email quantity of lard or other ihortening aa desired. Pie cruet made in thla way ia more wholeeome and digestible besidea being more economical and eaaler pre pared in addition to earing an the butter if desired. One third the flour ie alee dlopenaed with, and the cruet la rolled that much thinner, the raiaing quolitiea of Dr. Price'. Powder .welling it to the reqniolte thickness. Those who enjoy the appetising qualities of tbs dslidous horns made pis will rejoios to know this secret Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder ie the only powder that contains the white at eggs. Dr. Price’* Cream Baking Powder ia re ported by all authorities aa free from Ammonia, Alum, or any other adulterant In feet, the parity of thia ideal powder haa Barer heca qaea liOMdt HITIAIT. Mtf CmUaati the Family ef tfcUU Lewis feergt Kiad. As it has pleased the Almighty to take from our midst our friend and companion, Lewis George Hamel, we. the members of St. Joseph’s choir, extend to the be reaved wile and family of onr departed friend our moat sincere regrets for his very sad and untimely death, and say with them— Ws alas tbes, Osorgc, we mlw thee; Tbs victor's Icy breath Too soon, too soon stole o'er thee And left thee cold In destb. The various hires will lose their tints, The loveliest flower. wiU fade. Bat tbe ffraaa le ever green above The grave where tboa’it laid. We mlas thee. George, we mire thee: Tl. aad to think that thou. Thou whom we loved, art • leaping In the lonely cold grave now. Karth'. brightest gem. wiU perlab. Life’, fondeet hope, decline. But time can never wither Such a lofty aonl a. thine. We ml*, thee. George, we mire thee At morning, noon aad night: We mire thee .luce tbon left u. For that land of love and light O bow we mire, hn.band. Father, fond brother, and true no, And bow to God', eternal word. And rey, "Thy will be done,'* Yet Mil! we mim yon. loved one. We mire your kindly .mile; But w’er coming soon to meet yon. In a very little while. Be ready then to greet na. Life', morn and noon are part, Tl. growing dark and darker, Life', day 1. fleeting fart. We mim thee, George, we mim thee; Oar heart, are md and lone. For no more we’ll aee your loving face In our now *ad and empty home. Bnt the time i. coming, loved one, When we. too. will be called away To that bright dear borne beyond the ran To live and love alway. Be ready, George, to meet na. For the day 1. nearly done; We’er only waiting for the Marter To come and call a. home. There will be a meeting Of love—eternal Joy— For we will meet to part no more In that home beyond the ray. bALLII A. NAGLKR, PHIL A. DITTKR, In behalf of member, of the choir. North Yakima, Jan. 3, URL —lf any of The Herald readers are desirous of getting a saddle that ia both handsome and substantial they should call at C. E. McEwen’s, on Yakima ave nue. He has some beauties. • —lf yon have property to sell list it with A. L. Fix. 1-m —lf yon desire a loan on yoor farm or city property, Crippeo, Lawrence ft Co. can accommodate yon. No delay*. 25-tf —Persons desiring to invest in hop lands should call on A. L. Fix and look over his list 38-tf —John Reed has pronounced the ulti matum: No more wood or coal unless paid for on delivsry. * —Auction at Redfield’s Jewelry store Saturdays. • —John Reed has a horse-power saw con stantly running at his yard on the west side. Wood sawed any length. Tele p hone 17. • FECHTER & ROSS SPACE. Our former Bargain List proved such a profit able mode of Advertising, that we have decided to again place it in these columns, and we re spectfully ask a careful perusal of the same. BARGAIN NO. L 4Q ACRES in Moxae Valley, with water- BAROAIN NO. 2. QA ACRES— 4 Hite lo Hope end hop honae. Oil 14 acrca in Alfalfa, good dwelling: fMOO. Terms eaay. BARGAIN NO. I 1 AH ACRES in the Abtanam Valley-Hog Hop House, etc. BARGAIN NO. 4. J Q ACRE tract on Nob Hill; «800. BARGAIN NO. 6. A SPECULATION—Undivided % Internet In Summit View Addition, 1» acres; I7M BARGAIN NO. «. 1 A fi ACRES in the Mozee Vellej. with XOU water. A fine body of land; fun. BARGAIN NO. 7. OH ACRES 1b sac. 9ft. twp, 14. range 19: ISO an f!, U acre, with water. AGENTS FOR Lombard Investment Co. Fire, Life and Accident Ineurance. IP. ml Silil Pill tail. FECHTER & ROSS Opp. Ynklma National Hank. FiinlMn'Wlin UNGER, MULLIGAN & CO. We return to our Patrons and friends many, many thanks for the liberal patronage extended to us within the past year, and we trust that we will be remembered in the year just commenced, assuring one and all that we will not forget to deal with you in the future as liberally as we have in the past. We may add that the Rooster is still crowing, and we hope that he will continue so to do for years to come. UNGER, MUJ LIGAN & CO. FmlTrMlSiiti Crippen, Lawrence & Co., FARM AND CITY LOANS. IRRIGATION PUMPS. SYNDICATE BUILDING, NORTH YAKIMAI Thih space IS RESERVED POE SNELUNG & MAHER, Hardware Dealers, SUCCESSORS TO UVBSLEY * BON. The CRESCENT BAKERY, C. M. HAUSER, Proprietor, Y AKIHA AVENiri, IM THE BI'IUHKO FORMERLY vCOTPIED BY VARCI A MDLRORP. Fresh Bread, Pies and Cakes, AND A SPLENDID STOCK OP V?. OarLdi©s, Finxits, USTats. * BARGAIN MO. A 160 "ftSJH&tSS' S'peroent"*' *' oo c “ h - ln three yean, at BARGAIN NO. A Anew twaetory hard-finished Bomb.. with two lou. nicely improved; 11100. nw easy. BARGAIN NO. Ml Houses on the Installment Plan, cheap; IB per month. BARGAIN NO. 1L A TRADE— n acres of Improved Property, A with water; a splendid body of land—to trade for town property. Besides these wo bsve other Bargains to plssse all clasrso of Investors. 11 you think of investing, drop in sad go over our Isrge list