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THE=MASS ACHDSETTS=MITBAI==INSDRAMi:^=COIIPANY. Invite the Careful Attention of the Insuring Public to Their New Policy Contract, "Which Offer the Following Distinct Advantages, viz: i|. Ist It provides for msurance during the whole term of life. ad. It requires only twenty annual premiums, after which it is a source of income to the insured. |d. It is absolutely non-forfeitaUe by virtue of law and policy s ’ contract, without any notice to company, or act on the part of the policy-holder. 4th. It combines the elements of a savings bank with those of life insurance, thus enabling a policy-holder to insure bis life and at the same time save a part or the whole of his premiums for his own use in old age. sth. It guarantees a cash surrender value on any anniversary of the date of policy, after two annual premiums have been paid. 6th. It furnishes a plain and definite contract of insurance and the reach 7th. It enables the insured to determine his rights without appeal to experts or negotiations with the company; the values for each year being clearly stated in the policy. Bth. It treats all policy-holders alike; there is no preferred class. * 9th. Dividends will be paid in cash or in addition to the policy as the insured may desire. loth. It is applicable to every condition and circumstance in life, and there is little that is desirable in life insurance that cannot be obtained under this policy. Under this policy you “pay as you go;’ stop without loss; stop with profit, or continue with greater profit For Farther Partioulnrsi Write 218-19-20-21, Or Talk With F. A. WINGr, B-A-ITi-Kl Y ZBTJXXjX3IILTC3- ZRoctLestex* &c Woods, Manager Pacific Northwest Department. SSATTXiS, W ARH, General Agents. IT Kill OMBU OMB. Wtoi Vmmb Mlffht Be f *•* am r.fMtak at 111 Hrluwm ■Mb Tktß. If cholera Hainan foothold, whether it apraada or not, will daptnd largely on the woman -the bomekaapera. A good deal baa bean aald by the health aothoritiaa and medical jooraala. Every hooae* keeper ahpold read aa moch of thia aa aha can find. Whan abe baa read H aha will find that the whole harden of the advice it given la: Be dean.be temparate.be 0001. It is Jast tbs season lor fall boose dcaning. Bet even If yon bed not piaanod for it, now that there is danger of cholera yon ought to altar year decis ion. It will not hurt the house to clean It, and it will favor your escape from the dread disease should it become epidemic. Clean boose If yon possibly can. Tbs most Important ports of the bones to clean are not the living rooms, but the caller and closets, wherever dirt Is most likely to bo found. A copious use of whitewash will be deanly end at the ■erne time disinfecting. Whitewash all plaom that are likely to be uncleanly, each as outhouses and buildings where saimek are kept. A good coat sU over lbs collar win do no harm; indeed. If yon heve sever dons it, yen will find yourself repaid by the light it will bring into those often dark please. II garbage mom be kept Mde at sO. see that the receptacles me potent each day to be emptied. Keep the bos in the cellar and provide it with • Bd which can be lifted by n leather strap nailed to the lop. A bucket of gulikimi ought to be kept user end some shoveled oo when any new refuse la putia; even If the bos is kept outside this precaution may well be followed. Damps am mum be avoided as wall aa dfrt, aq it, too. to favorable to dispose, fbr this reason, do not put down carpets fcS soon after denning. A free supply of fraah efr at ill times Is necessary, ao the iwupmsnts for ventilation should be as goad so you sen make them. Eap» dally at night Is a free drcnlahoa desira ble, proportioned somewhat to the num ber ef ecrupmrts la n sleeping room. Keep dbp jen doedy covered gsl rid of (Mr coolants earl, in tho day. U • chloride of bam I. pot into thorn rod Bight, a. harm will bo done, ul mod oil bo la goat order, and sink and closet traps note! lowed to become clogged. Every da; tot an mmmm of water ran tbrougl the classes, and then pet into the re eelver end along Its edge a disinfectant smfinf of one gallon of water, too onnem of chloride of lime and one pount of sulphate of copper. The seats c dosafo, whether Indoors or out, ought t bo scrubbed every day, and than w« Wkhtbfo aolntSoo. Tbs Tidn of out tin warn mum not bo allowerf to becom mors Uum half fell. They enn sadly b rtielefocfori by throwing down qnsatiUe of chloride of Hmt or qnkkUmo. Th former b to be kept dry in •inks, la ordsr that it may ran down Ihs drain whan water b thrown is. II there art cesa poobin yards they ooghtto be treated with brae quantities oI diainlactaats, qnicklime being the cheapest and one of the beet. In the matter of soiled clothing it will beaalar to keep it in some place apart from the living rooms, if possible, and where there is a window. Hampers or baskets will allow more ventilation to the clothes than bags. Have the wash ing done as often aa possible. See that the sidewalk is kept dean and all garbage and dirt removed from gotten. Chloride of soda end the sulphates of iron and sine prevent fermentation and putrefaction. lodine, chlorine and car bolic add resolve the products of decay end decomposition into harmless sub stances. lodine is placed in saucers to evaporate, also on* half pound of car bolic arid mined with lea pounds wet sand. Whet their odor Is apparent they are efirieot, tot mom be renewed when It Is not discernible. Solutions of salt or chloride ef alum or tbs chloride of alomininum era all Inodorous, noo poisooous nod very cheap disinfectants. They prevent decomposition, remove the fetor of mom animal discharges, deodor ise sewerage, and can be need to disin fect rooms and to clean— floors and furniture. The proportions are two and one-hall ounces to n gallon-ef water. The wise woman who b—as— that her bon— and premie— eve la good shape for the prevention of disease will not forget that personal cleanliness Is another im portant item, and win Insist oo daily baths If possible, cold being preferable to hot provided the system can stead it. She will dlso a— that herself and her family are dr mss d wsrmlv, with flannel neat to the skin, that the last are kept dry end warm, that outdoor eaeroi— is taken regularly, that meals are ear red at stated boars, end that all get much sleep possible in dry, warm, but well ventilated roams. A flannel bandage worn .boot tho abdomen io groat h.lp la kaapin, the bod, at a proper lampora taro. Bha will 0100 oroM harping oni mala la the booao, aad will ora that bar children do not lla on Iho groupd nor 101 l : oolrop la tba open air altar nightfall, or f drink cool thlogo wboa la a perspiration. It la said that among the Pomona moat 1 likely to bo attacked by tba cbolara are tba dllhjr, tba rkiaaa, the anloablad, tba I terrified aad U>o dioolpotad, Ibongh no . class la exempt from doom. It is as r ttlraaaary la ba laa.narota tola bo close i it each a time. And ao that same alas ■ woman wltt five bar Urn 11, plots load, , aad not an oraraboadaacr of that. Mrs r will art it an tba Uhls as f nobly cooked I aapoooibla, tba hollar tba bailor. Mo f water except boiled water, aad aoaaoa > art, acconat boor a dtp writ will aha t ana. She will scold every sort a* bait, • whether cooked, dried or Irasb, whoa i then Io danger o> the renurgr. and oD i odds. Har mania will oil ba (nob, oak • aad smoked, varieties hoiax onwkotw I I OOWM at each o Uma. Aleohollc aad arid drinks will be banished. Milk will be sterilised. Tbs most wholesome food she can offer b fresh meat, newly cooked, oatmeal, potatoes, well baked bread and boiled milk. finally abe will try to hat* aach one oI her household regularly employed, in order that they may not worry. It go— withou* laying that aim benelf wiU not worry, and will keep cheerful and cool headed even in the face of danger. And if aba baa dona, aciaotiftcally, ftba beat aba can, tba chancea are that there will. be no danger. Then is more catarrh in this section of the conn try than all other diseases put together, and until the last few yean was a apposed to be iacnnUe. For a great many yean docton pronounced it a local disease, and prescribed local remedies, and by constantly failing to eon with local treatment, pronounced it incanble. Science baa proven catarrh to be ecoo atitotiooal disease, and therefore require* constitutional treatment. Hall’s Ca tarrh Con. manufactured by F. J. Cheney A Co., Toledo, Ohio, is the only constitutional con on the market, ft is taken internally in doaas from 10 drops to a teaapoooful. -It acts directly on the Wood and mucous surfaces of the sys tem. They offer one hundred dollars for any case It fails to curs. Sand lor circu lars and testimonials. Address, F. J. CHENEY ft CO.. TWsdo, O. DOTSoId by druggists, 75c. S7-lm Thorn can ba ao health for either mind or bod, 00 long as tho blood la rblatad. Clranoa tba vital correct bam all Imparl Ilea hr tba two of Ayer's Sarsaparilla. Thia mod Id do racrwlta the wasted oner glee, otraagtboao tbs aorvaa, aad roatorm health to tba debilitated ovstem. Tba man, remarkable cans oi catarrh aObelsd br the naa of Ayor’a Sarsaparilla is conclosivs proof that this Isethsomu and dangerous disrate is om of tba blood, oelj seeding such a searching and powerful alterative to thoroughly eradi cate it. Cart ot Tkaaka. To our many (rieoda, the sympathising people of North Yakima and vicinity, we take tbia meant of extending oor grateful than ka for yoor help and ilia very pro nounced aympathy shown to aa, and the vary great reaped shown foe oor deceased wife and mother. Wa’taai that waoan never repay you ledtyour many kind and sympathetic ads, and words cannot ex press oor grateful feelings and thanks to all. Wesny all. Yoors In trae reaped, J. M. Brocr xan cmumxn. Moat Yakima ladiaa raatiia lha aw benefit of Irrigntloo, bat everybody Uke» to know it. for proof nee Victor Floor, which le now mode of homo grown, Irri gated wheat. and cannot be beat in color 3hd An# flavor. Every bread maker ahoald try a sack of Victor and have proof of Its asraUsDcn. Irrigation is the Wearing of Yakfoavalley. *ftf. wk Ik mmin mum J«M WaHßMkfiH Heirs Will Oat • 1*060,000 VIM Dies— Other Pnaltm. m The announcement that J. J. Hill, president of the Great Northern Railroad Company, bad paid $130,330 for a Ufa insurance policy and an annuity of 112.60J to begin three yearn hence, has created considerable comment among insurance men. There ia at least one mao insured for as much as President Hill of the Great Northern. That man is John Wanamaker. He has paid op poUcies amounting to $1,000,000. The biggest premium ever paid was by Theo dore A. Havemeyer and amounted to $372,000. It was paid by a single check drawn for five policies on fire different Uvea, and the policies were different from any ever before issued. They were for $300,000 each, and were paid up. It re quired a great deal of calculation to fix Uie exact amount of the premium, for the calculation was that each policy should ba valid lor that amount at death, and that should any of the holders sur vive at the end of twenty years the poli cies would then become full participants In the' surplus income, and would re oeiva whatever additions should accrue to the policy after that age. Tha idea waa to begin at SIOO,OOO and riee to $200,000 at maturity. The people’s perty will hold a picnic at the grove near the church on the Wenaa on Saturday. There wiU be political speaking, campaign songs and a basket dinner. Fred Parker made a flying trip to (Nym pin Saturday. A. B. Woo* borvootod snr five tooo ol hop# (ram lb# twelve were# he had poled. HU, Fin* Mm* l|M» H «• Title Dent, IwifwOM, TUe wedVln ku direct eeMM apt# the nerve conton, ellarlol all IrUUbllt oC nerve flukL It l« perfectly kef lew Md Kw no Mphmrt effect#. FKESsSSfsS =S£SKS JBa noffwiowo.oa.CHi—«b,i* How la Paal TaaataM. This in the way to peel tomatoes: Cov er them with boiling water half a mi note, then lay them in cold water until they are perfectly cold, when the skins can be slipped off without difficulty, leaving the tomatoes unbroken and Arm as befors they were scalded. Twa Brffccllva Lallaaa. Sponging the body with aromatic spir its restore* tone wonderfully, providing it is done regnlarly, and often with this tone the muscles of the face resume their firmness. Cold salt water or sea water is one of the best lotions to restore firm ness to the flesh, always bathing the cheeks upwards, giving msssage in the same direction. A delicate domestic rec ipe against wrinkles is the white of two eggs beaten with twice as much rose water, and half a teaspnonful ot powdered alum, dissolved in a spoonful of rosewa ter, added to it. Keep this in a covered cup and apply to wrinkles on going to bed. THE BEST APERIENT In modern pharmacy is, undoubted ly, Ayer’s Cathartic Pills. Except in extreme cases, physicians have abandoned the use of drastic purga- Uvea, and recommend a milder, but no lees effective medicine. Thefavo rite ia Ayer’s Pills, the superior medicinal virtues of which have been certified t» under the official seals of state chemists, as well as by hosts of eminent doctors and pharmacists. No other pill eo well supplies the demand of the general pubUc for awafe, certain, and agree, able family medicine. -Ayr* Pin* ere tbe beet medtolne I ever used; end la my Judgment ao bettor general remedy wu Ever Devised I here need them in my Imay and eaoeed tbem to be eeed emoeg my MMdeead em ployee for move then twenty yean. Te my eertete knowledge many enoee of the follow lag complaints hew been completely and penaaaentty cared by the nee of Ayer's Mto atone; Third day chills, domb agae. btttona fever, etok beadnehe, thenmatlem, So, dye papala. eeoettontlen. and hard eeMi. I knew that a mederifc nee *t Ayr* Fine, eentta ned for a lew deye or weeks, ae the nature ef the eomptatat repaired. wenM he feand ae ebeelnto eyre for the dleordere I have named shaver-J. a Wilson, Ooatraetor and BnOder, Solphor Springs, Teeae. e« F# on'^rhJSet Sal tbe de no more lor me. Then Ayer’s Pills and eeea the bewele rseovered thetr netnrel and regnier aettoa.ee that new laaita ex eeneat health"-Wm. M. PeUaeetl. Dorset. “Ayer's Pine are dm but mlhartta I ever need ta my ptaHee."-J. T. dpaoda. M. IK, Todds, lad. Dr. t tiroT* CoTtata BUCKLEY LUMBER CO., (SUCCESSORS TO C. W. HENRY ft 00.), DBAUDRB IN UL GRUBS OF ROUGH AND DRESSED UMBER. Saab, Doors, Lath, Shingles, Etc. Lumber Exchanged for Hay. A. K. LARSON. Maqsger. A Pull Supply of Lime, Cement, Hair and Bnilding Paper. Crippen, Lawrence & Co., Farm and City Loans. IRRIGATION PUMPS. SYNDICATE BUILDING, NORTH YAKIMA Eslrelman Bros., • ■c MSsmmiiintiiiiG. t • * Abstracters and Loan Agents. 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