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SNAP SHOTS AT YAKIMA
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graphs of Led Events.
PEN PICTURES OP UWih LIPE
All Mart* af lii tag t ■ pta* i.m1..re.1
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Inglun and Iran the Ureal and
I ■ i ill. i ii.inir) Nurroundlng 11.
J. M. Gilbert returned from a trip to
the Grays Harbor country on Tuesday.
Mrs. Hurley Taylor returned on Satur
day laat from a long visit with friends on
ThoW.C. T. U. will hold the next
meeting al the home of Mra. Oliver, on
D. street, Tuesday afternoon.
The bim k-niilhing tirin of Harvey A
Sim-lair has been dissolved, Mr. Sinclair
retiring to devote his entire attention to
the ice business.
Walter Wharton, Joe McCloed, Harris
Elliott aud Jack -Hharles left Tuesday
with saddle and pack horses for Myers'
Creek, on the Colville reservation, in
search of fortune.
The clay pigeon shooting contest lie
tween H. A. (iritlin and T. R. Fisher on
Sun.mv ln.-i resulted in Mr.Gritfin retain
ing the leather medal, the score be in*.'
111 to 15 in his favur.
J. M. New man ami wife lelt laat week
for their former home in southern Illin
ois. During their visit in the east Mrs.
Newman will spend some lime in St.
Louis receiving medical treatment.
Thomas Johnson is erecting a 10-stamp
mill near Hlewitt, Kittitas county, to
bundle Die ore taken from the Pole Pick
mine. The ore is free niillin_ aud aver
ages |47 in gold per ton. The property
ie well developed and it is estimated there
is fiO.OUO in Bight.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. S. Vance entertain
ed a few nil nds at duplicate whist Tues
day evening. The guests present were
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Horsley, Mr. and
Mrs. Kd. Whitson, Mr. and Mrs. John
Cornett, Mr. Mini Mrs. (ieorge Donald,
and Mr. and Mrs. A. IS. Whitson.
The Wide Hollow republican club was
organized Tuesday evening, in the Nob
Hill school bouse. R. li. Mil my was
elected president, Jesse Schwartze secre
tary and Fred Urooaer treasurer. Wide
Hollow is the banner republican precinct
in the county and the membership of the
club will of course by large.
A pleasing program is being prepared
for an entertainment to be held shortly
in the woolen mills at Vakinia City. The
pro.rim will consist of dialogues, farces,
recitations, readings, glees and solos, and
all who attend are assured that they will
spend an enjoyable evening. The full
program will be published next week.
On Friday last a new trinl whs granted
upon the motion ol the Messrs. Reed in
the suit of Watson vs. Reed. Tho plain
till'caused a statement to be published in
local papers to the effect that he would
ask for a rehearing of the case but when
the defendants motion came up his at
torney strongly opposed the granting of
• he same.
Hettinger and Wolfe were on Friday last
sentenced to four years each on the charge
of robbing the Chinese section hands at
Kennewick. Judge (iraves considered
the confession of Wolfe carefully and
went over the entire grounds but could
find no basis for overruling the verdict of
the jury. Attorney Snively gave notice
of appeal iv the case of Hettinger.
Mr. A. B. Wyckoff has returned from
the sound, whither he journeyed to wit
ness the opening of the United States dry
dock at Port Orchard, of which he was in
charge before retirement from the navy.
The occasion was the docking of tbe coast
defense vessel Monterey, and the under
taking was a complete success. When
the water was pumped out of the dock
thousands of fish were left floundering
about. There were immense salmon,
rock cod, smelt and many other varieties
of the finny tribe.
Lum Wei I well is one of those men who
would take anything that it was possible
to get away with. A red-hot stove
wouldn't phase him if he had ice prongs.
He takes everything that comes within
his way if it is movable, but the eye of
the law is on his trail, and the probabil
ity is that before long Deputy Sheriff
Wayne Field will land him behind the
bars. Wellwell has lieen stealing every
thing lying around loose in the Ahtanum
valley. In the vicinity ot the Ahtanum
a *iiili*my Fenn B. Woodcock uml numer
ous other farmers have been heavy loosers,
but Mr. Field will either land his bird or
get the plunder which bus been accumu
lated. Sheriff Dilley, by the way, showed
excellent judgment in the selection of hiß
deputies, for it would be dillicult to im
prove on Fred Rowe as an office man or
Wayne Field for outside work.
Mr. John Mechtel returned on Sunday
last from Minnesota with his bride, and
on Tuesday evening a boat of friends
made thei" ap|>earance at. the Tyler resi
dence, which is occupied by Mr. and Mrs.
Mechtel, and proceeded to pass the even
ing most pleasantly with dancing, cards
and games, followed hy a delicious lunch.
Those present were Mr. and Mrs. W. H.
< ietts, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schott, Mr.
aud Mrs. Phil Ditter, Mr. and Mrs. John
Ditter. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Nagler;
Misses Celestine I_» Bissonier, Emma La
Bissonier, Alice Bartholet, May Sand
meyer, Kate Achelpohl, Annie Ditter,
Annie Curran, Amelia Schreiner, Maud
Lindsey, Thora Lund ; Messrs. Pat Jordan,
A. Jordan, Joe Schreiner, Geo. Arrow
smith, John Curry, Dick Curry, Ed Mer
win.J. Mc.Vrtlinr, A. L. Dilley, F. D.
Clemmer, Chas. Dqnovan, Joe Ditter,
and John Ralph.
Goldendale haa had a varied experi
ence in endeavoring to control ths liquor
traffic For msny ieara after the cily
was^incorporated intoxicants were Bap
tised to l»- prohibit, d- that is no license
wss issued for this line of business.
Muring thia time no one who wanted
spirituous liquors had any trouble in
gratifying the desire. The city authori
ties attempted to prohibit the sale but
Ihe problem waa too difficult for satisfac
tory solution, and. when there were no
saloons the drug stores did a thriving
business. Sometimes there waa a high
license law and sometimes a low licenae
law, but no one went thirsty. Last yesr
the retail license *aa fixed at $6uo, and
while there were no saloons and no rev
enue to the city, the amonut of liquor did
not fall off. Thia led to a revision of the
ordinance, ami by recent enactment Gol
dendale imposes a license of $_50 per
yesr on saloons and $150 on drug stores —
restricting the latter to the sale of liquor
in not lesa quantity than eight ounces,
which is not to be drunk on Ihe premises.
According to the provisions of the ordi
nance, no tables or chairs are to be al
lowed in tlie house where liquor ia sold,
nor can any game of chance, either for
amusement or for money, be played in
or about the place. Goldendale expects
to have a wet season not withstanding the
arid provisi ns of the ordinance.
Perry A. Holt, who was in the county
jail for selling liquor to Indiana, is now
at liberty, having removed a section of
the brick wall of his prison, by tbe aid of
a case knife, ou Sunday morning. There
are about ten or a dozen prisoners in the
j iii, and the sheriff had reason to suspect
that a break for liberty would be made.
He staid up for a couple of nights to no
purpose, but when tired nature gave out
Holt, who was not looked upon ss a
troublesome man, made his escape.
There haa been a close watch placed on
\b t ioiiiglc, as he has given evidence that
no trust could be placed in him, anit it is
known that he melted the pewter mess
-iiimiis and endeavored to fashion them
into a key to fit the jail lock, but so far
bis (Hurts have been without avail.
There have been other reasons to watch
him car. fully, and Sheriff Dilley thinks
tbat Hettiuger, Wolf and Owens would
not refuse an opportunity to take to the
Karly Tuesday morning, April -Bth,
David 11. Guilland waa married to Miss
Jennie Henderson, daughter of J. M.
Henderson. The ceremony was performed
by .1 ustii-ii Fulkerson at the home of tbe
bride's parents. The wedding was
strictly private, so private in fact that the
relatives of the groom were informed of
the happy event only after its occurrence.
Mr. and Mrs. (iuilland were to have taken
the early morning train for Idaho, where
Mr. Guilland has secured engineering
work on an irrigation canal, but through
the stoppage of a clock they missed con
nection and were obliged to wait over
until the afternoon train.
E. M. Reed, secretary of the Commer
cial club is in receipt of a letter from
James M. Vernon, president of the Waah
ington Slate Press Association, in which
he says: "I have your esteemed favor
informing me that the citizens of your
city give tbe State Press Association a
hearty welcome on July 9th and 10th.
As president of the association, I desire,
on behalf of the organisation to thank
the Commercial club and the citizens of
North Yakima for the very generoua ex
pression and to assure them that it will
give our association great pleasure to hold
our next annual meeting in your beauti
Thomaa Edwards, a consumptive, died
early Tuesday morning, April 26tb, aged
22 yeara. Mr. Edwards came here from
the sound in bopea that he would be ben
efitted by change of climate, but, although
he showed some signs of improvement
for a time, the dread disease bad secured
too firm a hold on him and he could not
shake it off. Many frienda whom he
made during his stay at the Ahtanum
soda springs last summer will learn of his
demise with sincere regret. His body
wss taken to Tacoma for interment by
his mother aud sister on Tuesday.
The federal court convenes at Walla
Walla next week and a large number of
citizens will attend a* jurors or witnesses
in the counterfeiting, whiskey and hone
and cattle stealing cases which will come
on for hearing. Among those who are
obliged to make the trip are Fred Thomp
son, Frank Fowler, Frank Cook, Harry
Mull,Gua Ogden, Thos. Lund, Pat Jor
dan, liisi. Mattoon, Jos Degan, Guy
Simpson, F. E. Craig, Fred Rowe, Joe
Dartholet, Charles Pond and a number
of Chinese aud Indian witnesses.
Goldendale Sentinel: The grave of
Grandma Snipes, on the hill on the
Snipes' farm west of town, was found open
and the cotlin broken. Tbe print* of tbe
guilty party's bare feet in the plowed
ground were followed for quite a distance,
but all trace was finally lost. Just what
the grave robber intended to do ia not
known, as it appears be was frightened
away from his work.
Don't miss the May Day entertainment
at the Christian church. Special music
for the occasion. Come and see the May
Queen with her maids of honor, the wind
ing of the May Pole and the "wee tots"
with their "Herald." Tbe date of the
entertainment is May 1. Admission, 10
Miss Mathilde Guilland haa leased her
residence and 20 acre farm to Attorney
Bogle of the firm of Bogle, Richardson A
Rigg. Poasesaion will be given on tbe
Ist of May.
Rev. F. McConaughey, wbo ia now in
charge of a Congregational church iv Spo
kane county, spent several days in Yak
ima during tbe past week visiting his
The pay roll of the Roslyn coal mines
for March was only »18,000, tbe smallest
amount in eigbt years.
Mrs. E. Loodon is arranging to build
an attractive residence in Yakima City.
TOLD DNDER SOB-HEADS
Tbe Northern Pacific Will Soon Build
a New Depot.
MIMA TO BECOIE A WOOL CENTER
Hum Hi. "Parian" .tllaard ihr llnlr
In Ihr »<m f \. • mini at iln Ilor*ar
Hon nil-up itnd oilier Inirrratlng
"S. »« » I rom the I.lWri I iiiilllrl
There waa a very interesting and satis- j
factory meeting of the irovernih*. luisrd j
of the Commercial club Wednesday even '
ing. Superintendent (iilhert and Travel- j
ing Freight Agent X A. Hmkeit were in !
the city and a special meeting was called
to confer with them. The club hns been i
quite active in the matter of having a !
new depot built and opening up Yakima
avenue. Ita efforts bave brought forth
good results, lor Superintendent (iilliert
wae here for the purpose of ascertaining
the sentiment of the community, snd in
dicated that the company wss prepared
with plsns and ready to 1.c...in work nu a
new structure in the early future—prob- I
ably next month. The estimated cost of j
the building is 17000, Mr. (iilhert asked
for an expression of the club regarding
location and apitearod to be patisfi d to
place the new depot on the (.mini's
directly north of the present building;l
that is, between A street and Yakima
avenue. Tbis plan will no doubt be car
ried out and will unquestionably he sat
isfsctory to sll of onr citizens.
A short time ago the governing board
of the club appointed a committee to in
vestigate the subject at a Wool scouring
plant for North Yakima Some corres
pondence has been carried on with tbe
officers of the Northern Pacific conipniy.
and Mr. Hacked has been conferring
with the sheep men of this vicinity with
a view of ascertaining the wool product
of this section. He wss accompanied to
the club by 11. Metzger, the represent a- i
tive of a leading wool firm of I'.osion, who
haa already arranged to put in n com-:
pressor or wool bailer in Yakima, and
who stated that he felt cond lent tbat
Boston capital conld be induced to sub
scribe to the stock of a company organ
ized to build and operate a wool scouring
nlant at Nortli Yakinm. Mr. Hnckett
also recognized the growing importance
of the sheep industry of this section and
stated that while the special rates between
Yakima stations and Pendleton had been
withdrawn, that the company was pre
pared to make a very low rate on wool
from Sprague and other points to the
east to Yakima, and from Yakima to
Boston. The N. P. is anxious to central
ize the wool industry at some point in
Washington and after investigation has
favored North Yakima. The meeting of
the Commercial club was a most satis
factory one in every respect and the ben
efits which will come from it promise to
be of gratifying proportions.
A New Flouring mill.
The business men of North Yakima
are rustlers. The harder the "limes,"
the more energy they evince. Just now
there is a scheme on foot to acquire for
our city the location of another large
flouring mill. All the owner, who is a
practical miller and citizen of this state.
asks are reasonable concessions in the
matter of site and water-power. There
is every probability of hia requests being
granted; our men of affairs are too pub
lic spirited as well as alive to their own
interests, to allow ao valuable an acces
sion pass by. Sites and water-power we
bave galore. Within a radius of twenty
five miles of this city are thousands of
acres of the best of wheat land, that with
summer fallowing ami fall sowing will
produce bountiful crops every season,
and without irrigation. This vast acre
age whicb equals the best of the Palouse
or the grain fields of the Sacramento or
tbe San Joaquin, is idle, unclaimed, open
to the homesteader. The establishment
of the proposed flouring mill, a 250 barrel
per diem mill, means that ull these high,
moist, rich plateaus will tie inhabited,
subdued by the plow and caused to pro
duce wheat for hungry millions. The
past low price of wheat and lack of mill
ing facilities, are all that have permitted
tbis valuable land to remain idle und un
productive to the present time.
Zephyrs From Zillab.
The horse round-up has lieen going on
on the lower Yakima and Columbia riv
ers for the last two weeks under the
direction of Aleck McNeil, assisted by an
able corps of "gentlemen riders," among
them being Dick Hart, Tommy Evans,
Ben and John Ferrell, Harry Morgan,
Bogus Henderson and many others,
Harry Moran was there just to "help the
boys out," and Mr. Brown, of the town
of Yakima, was looking after stuck from
that section. The lower Snipes ranch
was the scene of the round-up, where the
horses were separated, branded and gelded
and those not wanted turned out on the
range. The stock is in fair condition for
tbe time of the year. A large number
of ranchers were on hand to find lost
horses. It would pay one who has not
seen a round-up to go many miles to see
such horsemanship as is there displayed.
The Newport polo players would do .well
to take a few lessons Irom the "boys" in
riding. It takes a lively cuitan to get
away when he hears the swish of the
rope in the hands of Dick Hart. A large
number of horses have been rouuded in,
many having been out for a long time,
and weeks were spent in looking for
Mita Dela Hale is keeping a private
school and has twenty pupils.
M. C. Brewster returned to his home
in Zillah from Trail Creek on Monday.
Tbe population of Zillah and viiiuity
has had an increase during the past two
weeks, a son being born to Mr. und .Mrs.
D. C. Springer and Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Munsill and a daughter to Mr. and Mrs.
Peter Bach. Thus ws grow and thrive.
Zillab ■ is visited Sunday last by a
numla-r of Yakimaiiß, the guest** ol K.
Tlie republican prim tries will At held
ut Zillah sclukjl boMt on Monday, the
4:b ins!., at 7 p. m.
Tin' Yakima luvestment company la
.»* 'i kin*» up their liimb.-r yard with sev
eral car loads of tlume lumber.
Should you visit Zillah, Mine float
Shannon of the Zillah house will serve
you a beefsto-ik with mushrooms that will
make your heart :or stomach) glad.
latere have been received from (ieorge
Fox, who went to Boundary Creek with
Hilly Steele, saying they have located
several claims ami think Ihey have some
good ones thai will psn out well. They
are mi or near Bonaparte mountain and
are folio* ing np the milting snow.
■Ir '11.-.. ll I lie lllllr.
The "Parson" of the Argu* is getting
rather tree-handed with his pencil. Be
cause little attention bas been paid to
him, lie haa allowed his imagination to
run riot with his judgment. Now the
"Parson" is not a reverend man at all; in
, fact he is a very ordinary soit of an indi
| vidiial. who is of little use to his family
|or the community in general. He poses
as a lawyer, but has no clients; he talks
populistic llniime, hut whenever he gets
any money, instead of paying hit honest
i obligations lie gets Coding full. He is
somewhat of a wit, but bis best jokes sre
played upon himself, and oneof the latest
current is too good to keep. Now the
"Parson," who by the way is one of the
"Colonels," is not totally a bad fellow,
and sometimes when deep in his cups an
x ray of bis better self will come to him.
On one of these occasions, when laboring
under a very heavy load of nose point, he
■ realized that he should be home, where a
devoted family was grieving for him. His
I good intentions were strong enough to
i take him within his house, but there his
cupidity got the best of him, and he
slipped out the back door, climbed over a
lii.di hoard fence and made a record l»at
ing time for the haunts which he had
lelt but a short tine liefore. One who is
! conversant with the facts save the "Par-
I son" with the blonde I >• ks scsled the
* fence at a point just adjoining a 12-foot
llral l:»niic Irinioir,.
The real estate transfers for the week
ending April 39, ts reported by the Yak
ima Abstract Co. are as follows :
X r. S. to N. B. Stone, patent for the sw
' 4 of sec 28, tpO, n r 23.
Hugo Sigmund ct ux. to Samuel Wil
son, w d, lot 2 of sec 10, tp 14, n r 19»
James K. Ward to Samuel Wilaon, w
d, lot 1 of sec 19, tp 14, n r li).
11. J. Jenks et ux. to W. M. Badger, w
d, lot 8, block A, lots 11, 12, II and 14,
block C, Bleb's addition to Prosser.
W. K. Thornton to Charles S. Meade,
n'_ of ne'4' of sec 1, tp 11, n r 19.
N. B. Stone to W. D. Williams, w d,
n>j of sw'^of sw'^ and b l.. of nwt*-*,' of
sw'i of sec 28, tp 9, n r 23.
Jessie F. Brown and husband to Nelson
Rich, w d, lot 19 in Goodwin's 5-acre
Thomas Curry to Dora Short, w d, npt^
of nw' 4 of n wjat of sec 23, tp 13, n r 18.
G. P. Jefferies to W. C. Capps, q c d,
all of lot 5 in block 0 in Highland Park
addition to North Y'akima.
John Mills et ux. to G. C. Wallace et
al, w d, lot 27 in Summit View acre
C. J. Taft to Rec. of Sol. Loan A Trutt
Co., q c d, lots 9, 10, 11 and 12, block 09,
The Y'akima Investment Co. to J. M.
Corbett, deed, sel^ of ne'i of se-'-j of sec
29, tp9, n r 23.
W. M. Badger to W. D. Scott, w d, lots
11 and 12, block C, Rich's addition to
Maria Hicks and husband to Thomas
Dlugle, w I, a strip of land 20 feet wide
off the north side of lot 3 in block B,
Rich's addition to Prosser.
till ■ rlls. <l inter**..
Allen, FE Davis, Ira O
Mickey, Olive James, Samuel
McCan, Ssuiuel Mcßae, Rod H—3
Orr, Clifford Rimmer, Mrs J
Stevenson, R N.
E. I/h'iwn, P. M.
Yukima City, May I, 1896.
Spring Suits at Bed Hack Prices.
If. Pressey is the local representative
of one of the largest tailoring houses in
the country and he has a fine line of sam
ples for spring suits, ranging in price
from ifl "> upwards. He has already taken
many orders and guarantees tbe clothes
as represented. Give him a call and
save money. 12-tf.
I r. in li Tansy Wafers.
These wafers are the the relief and cure
of painful and irregular menses, and will
remove' all obstructions, no matter what
the cause, and are sure and safe every
time. Manufactured by Emerson Drug
Co., San Jose, Cal., and for sale by North
Yakima Drug Store, M. B. Mercer, Pro
prietor, Terry building, First street, sole
When Baby was sick, we gate her Caatoria.
When site was a Child, the cried for Caatoria.
When she became M iaa, she clung to Caatoria.
MEAT IS kIJC.
Grow more of It. Choice cleaned Pa
louse seed wheat sold at Flour Mill and
City Feed Store. tl tl
Important To Farmers.
Wakelee's Squirrel Exterminator, the
original and only article giving complete
satisfaction of its kind. Now reduced
from oil to 30 cents per can. For sale by
Janeck Bros., North Yakima. H-2mo
LOCAL AND COMMERCIAL
Short Rotes of News Gathered lo and
Oct of the City.
ITEMS PROI THE WORLD OP TRADE
I'rraanala. Itaalnraa Im
iiiiiik, * urn iii I oin nn in and
I o.i. iiiinaniin ta Hall "The
11. raid" Header*.
Paul Holbrook left to-day for a visit of
a few days witb relative in Seattle.
Allen C. Mason srrived in Ihe city
Wednesday and will remain until Satur
P. J. Smith, stste dairy commissioner,
waa a guest of the Hotel Bartholet for a
couple ot days this week.
Richard Olney is bsck from Massachu
setts and believes that bis efforts there
will result in a large accession to Yak
"Schott the Shooman" will reduce his
stock * id.'ii in the next two months and
it will pay you to call and see the reduc
tions he is making.
Miss Gilbert, daughter of Superintend'
ent (iilhert of the Northern Pacitic, spent
a couple of days in the city tbis week as
the guest of Miss V'yckoff.
The address st the Congregational
church for next Sabbath will be about
the pastor's recent trip across the coun
try. The hour of service is 11:30.
C. L\ Hollenbeck, F. N. McCandless
and J. D. (iass, prominent citizens of
Kllenaburg, were guests of the Hotel
Yakima for a couple of days this week.
.1. 1). Medill is closing out his stock of
trees at ridiculously low priceo. Ttiey
are choice, clean and true to name. Give
him a call. Location fonr blocks east of
Catholic school. 12 If
Mrs. F. R. Reed and her mother, Mrs.
I). E. Budd, returned to Portland on
Monday last. Mrs. Keed expects to
leave for Cripple Creek, to join her liub
band, early next week.
Busy people have nn time, and sensi
ble people have no inclination to use a
slow remedy. One Minute Cough Cure
acts promptly and gives permanent re
sults. No. Yakima Drug Store.
Miss Martha Wiley has succeeded Mrs.
I). W. Stair as president of the Ahtanum
Christian Kndeavors, The society will
hold a mutual acquaintance picnic oo the
Stair ranch Saturday afternoon.
It is stated that J. M. Gilbert aspires
to be a delegate to the republican nation
al convention. Mr. Gilbert's name is the
only one so far named from Central
Washington and he would be a creditable
representative of this section.
Take a dose of DeWltt'B Little Early
Risers, just for the irood they will do you.
These little pills are good for indigestion,
good for headache, good for liver com
plaint, good for constipation. They are
good. No. Yakima Drug Store.
A committee, of which Dr. Baker is
chairman, has been appointed by the
Christian Kndeavorers to consider Ihe
feasibility of publishing a paper devoted
to the work and good of the organisation
during the Btate convention in June.
Dr. Dean Clarke, a noted inspirational
speaker from Boston, will deliver an ad
dress at Odd Fallows hall on Sunday at
2:30 p. m. and Bp. m. Subject for after
noon lecture, "Is Spiritualism a Fact or
a Fraud." Evening subject, "What is
Spiritualism and What Does It Teach."
All are invited.
We might tell you more about One
Minute Cough Cure, but you probably
know tbat it cures a cough. Every one
does who has used it. It is a perfect
remedy for coughs, colds, hoarseness. It
is an especial favorite for children, being
pleasant to take aod quick in curing.
No. Yakima Drug Store.
Mrs. Miller, the divorced wife of Christ
Miller, left on Monday's train for Mon
tana accompanied by her eight year old
daughter, to whose custody the little one
was entrusted so long aa the mother re
mained unmarried and within the
atate. Mr. Miller, learning of the
move on the part of his former wife,
awakened Sheriff Dilley and Prosecuting
Att'y Euglehart but not in time to prevent
the child from being carried out of Wash
ington. Mrs. Tom Murray was one of
the party leaving Yakima, the family in
tending to join Mr. Murray who is now
located in Anaconda.
During the winter of 1893, F. M. Mar
tin, of Long Reach, Weat Va., contracted
a severe cold which left him with a cough.
In speaking of how he cured it he says:
"I used several kinds of cough syrup but
found no relief until I bought a bottle of
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, which
relieved me almost instantly, and in a
short time brought about a complete
cure." When troubled with a cough or
cold use this remedy and you will not
And it necessary to try several kinds be
fore you get relief. It has been in tbe
market for over twenty years and con
stantly grown in favor and popularity.
For sale at 50 cents per bottle by Ja
George Wilson, the surveyor, was ar
rested on Thursday evening of last week
charged with grand larceny. He had ob
tained entrance into the residence of Fred
R. Keed and carried off a case of table
knives valued at $40, a fbH camera, a pair
of field glasses, a half dozen spoons, pie
knife and other articles. Wilson, who is
well connected in California, and whose
wife recently obtained a divorce, has con
fessed to having taken the plunder, some
of which was pawned and the balance
sold. The hearing of the case was liegun
before Justice Rodman on Friday last,
but continued for one week to allow the
defendant an opportunity to recover the
goods and restore them to the owner.
Highest of all in Leavening Power.*—Latest U. S. Gov't Report
The horse with a writhing snake in the!
ball of his eye, to which Tiik Hkk.m.h
called the attention of the public last
week, was on exhibition at Tucker's
livery stable on Tuesday and was visited
by many curiously inclined citi_er=, who
speculated on the freak of nature, but
failed to account for it. The snake Is
aliout three inches in length and keeps
up a constant wriggling motion. With a
magnifying glass tbe head und tail are
plainly discernable. His snakeship was
first seen two or three weeks ago and has
lieen growing slowly hut constantly ever
since. Mr. McAllister has sold the horse
to W. 0. Imbrie, who proposes to put the
animal in good condition and dispose of
him to some museum or sideshow
The marriage of Mr. Gus Brow, of
Seattle, an I Mb. (Jussie Harris waa cel
ebrated with great pomp Thursday even
ing at the Harris residence on Third
street. The ceremony was performed by
Rabbi Abrahamson, of Seattle, and took
place under a canopy supported by the
four brothers of the bride. There were
very few guests from the city present, the
list comprising H. J. Snively and wife,
George Donald and wife and J. I>. Cor
nett and wife. An elegant wedding
breakfast was served while tbe orchestra
played, and the iiopping of chsropagne
corka furnished a lively accompaniment.
Mr. and Mrs. Drown took the east bound
train, via Spokane, for British Columbia.
Mr. George ItonaM says that the report
ia current on the Sound that the North
ern Pacific will further reduce the time of
ita transcontinental service by ten hours.
This is due to rivalry existing lietween
the Northern Pacific and Great Northern.
Trains on the latter road now making the
trip between St. Paul and Portland in
three hours less time than it tr-kea the
Northern Pacific. In order to make this
cut of ten hours the trains are to be
stripped down aa light as possible and all
passes now issued by the company speci
fy that they are good on the express trains
alone and not on the "scorchers"
A mini is known by the whiskey he
keeps. If he has a good whiskey he
shows wisdom, correct taste and true
hospitality, for he considers the health
aud enjoyment of his guests, his tamily
and himself. Prudence aud common
sense say good whiskey. Science and
correct taste say tins is I. \V. Haki-kr's
Nelson county, Ky., whiskey. It's a
gentleman's whiskey. A pure delicious
beverage mid » grand appetiser and
strengthened Don't forget the name.
"I. W. Hahi-kk'h" Nelson county, Ky.,
whiskey. Suit! by every reliable dealer
in North Yiikiuin, Wash.
John It. WagtrtJ wasdown from Ellens
burg fur a couple of tluys during the past
week to consult with Attorney Snively
rt'Kariliiii: the $_T>,t>i>o damage suit which
he has brought agamst certain wholesale
merchants for cloning uo his business.
The case w ill come up in the federal court
at Spokane, having been set for the sth
of Msy. There is no question but what
Mr. Fogarty has strong grounds for his
demands, and this is recognized by the
defendants, who have made overtures for
Messrs. I). W. Simmons & Co., whole
sale produce dealers of this city bave
established a branch house in Seattle,
aud have salesmen in Helena and Butte,
Montana, and in Tacoma. This arrange
ment will certainly redound to the bene
fit of the Yakima producers who have
every confidence in the firm aud recog
nize tl at the establishment of branches
will widen the market and tend to the
realization of better prices.
The republican county central commit
tee met on Saturday last under a call
issued by Chairman Robert Scott. George
Weikel was elected secretary to (ill the
unexpired term caused by the removal to
other fields of P. Lynch Garrett. Mon
day, May 4lh, was named as the date for
holding primaries and Saturday, May
9th, for the holding of the couuty con
John Murphy is an ungrateful tramp.
Ou Saturday last he called at the resi
dence of Col. Prosser and after being fed
walked away with theColonel's|overcoat.
Later on the owuer of the coat happened
into a second-hand store just as Murphy
was .trying to dispose of the garment.
The thief was nailed and is now doing
time in the county jail.
There is some prospect that the hones
entered for the "Rural Spirit" stake will
make their trial of speed at Yakima
during the state fair. This would be a
great attraction and would be c "tain to
bring along many other horses. There
are 21 likely two-year-olds entered for
It's just as easy to try One Minute
Cough Cure as au> thing else. It's easier
to cure a severe cough or cold with it.
Let your next purchase for a cough cure
be Oue Minute Cough Cure. Better med
icine ; better result; better try it. No.
Yakima Drug Store.
A large nuuiber of business men of
Juneau, Alaska, have been indicted for
selling liquor in violation of the U. S.
law. Among them was James Mackison
of Yakima, on whom a bench "arrant
waa served ami upon whom a flue of $500
was imposed on a plea of guilty.
Rev. C. D. Utx, the new Christian
minister, has arrived and will hold ser
vice* on Sunday next.
A. K. Hiscock stopped off in Yakima
Thursday on his return lo Tacoma from
John B. Davidson, of Ellensburg, is
in the city to-day.
Wm TO CRFDITOItS.
In the matter ol the catate ol Mary A. Hplawn,
Notice !■ herein -riven to all peraonn having
clalmaairaiurt the mate nl Mary A. splawn, tie
ceaiM.it. that the aame miut tie pren-nt.-.i with
proper voucher*, lo the underiii.-ii-.il. executor
"f nai<] eatate, at the office of Wlntunn A Parker,
North Vakima, Yakima enmity, Washington.
within one year (rom the date of this notice,
or the aame will he forever barred.
Dated at North Yakima, Waah , thin 30th day
of April, law. A. j. SI'LAWN,
Executor of the eiitata of Mary A. Splawn. de
Bnm sue of 55 estate.
In the Superior I'otirtof Yakima County, State
Nicholas McCoy, Plaintiff,]
Harland J.Taylor and L.H.Tay f Xo* ''•''•
lor, Defendants. J
By virtue of a writ of execntinn. order of sale
and decree of foreclosure issued out of said Su
perior court In the above entitled action nu the
.Tth day of April. MM. In favor of said plain
tiff and against said defendants Harland J. Tay
lor aud 1.. H. Taylor for the I.rineii.nl snm o£
Hlght hundred tweuty-flve and -W.luo | |K'__*lß |
Dollars, with Interest thereon from the.lid day
of April, 1 »'.»*., until paid, at the rate of two and
one-hall per cent, per month*, the turther sum
of aw attorney's fees, and ooataofsull amount
ing to |10, aud Increased costs, and commanding
me to make sale thereof; and whereas the said
judgment In a foreclosure ni a real estate mort
gage given by the aald defendants to Nicholas
McCoy, plaintiff herein, upon the following de
scribed real estate situate In Yakima county,
Washington, to-wlt: Tbe southeast quarter of
the iimtiiea-t quarter and Ihe uortheast quarter
of the northeast quarter, of section two, 2, town
ship thirteen, 13, north of range eighteen, 18,
east, Willamette meridian, together wltb ail
water rights, water privileges and Irrigating
ditches belonging to or used In connection with
Notice ta hereby given that tn obedience to
satd command, 1 will on Monday, tbe Ist day
of June, Isw, between the hours of :> o'clock
a. in. and lour o'clock p. in. to wit: At tbe
hour of two o'clock p. m. of said day at the
trout door cf the court House iv the City of
North Y'akima, Yakima county. Washington,
sell at public auction to the highest and beat
bidder for caab. all of the above described real
estate, or a sufficient amount thereof to satisfy
said judgment, interest, attorney's fees, costs
and increased costs, and that by the terms of
-aid decree the plalutifl' may bennie the pur
chaser at said sale.
Hated this -Mb day of April. Iv
A. L. DII.t.KY.
Sheriff'of Y'akima County, Washington,
By F. E. ROW X, Deputy.
Whitson A Parker, Attorneys lor I'laliitltr. 15
»OTU K-SBHIIF ,S SALE OF REAL ESTATE.
Io tlie Superior t'otirt of Yakima county, state
The Pennsylvania Mortgage fu-1
vestment Company, a corpora
Walter F. Morrison, Emma V.
Morrison, W. L. steinweg. Su
san Roseufcld, W. J. Reed, H > No, HS6,
J. Bo w»>n, M Belter and P.
Loweagart, partners doing bus
iness as M. Seller *k Company,
•Vllllam I'tbe, W. D. Heott, The
Citizens National Hank and the
I'aelflc Natioual Bank,
Wbereu, under and by virtue nf an order f
sale, decree oi foreclosure and execution Issued
ont of the supert or court of Yakima county,
state of Washington, ou tbe *28th day of April,
UM, in tbe abovceutitled actiou, aud by which
said order of sate and decree of foreclosure, the
above named plaintiff, obtained judgment and
a decree of foreclosure against said defendant
Waiter F. Morrison, which Judgment uml decree
was rendered on the -27th day of April, iwh, for
the principal sum of Seven Thousand Twenty
nine aud 60-ItVJ | $7029.tiu | l>olJars, with Interest
thereon at the rate of Twelve per cent per an
num from date thereof until paid, and cos;* of
suit taxed at $27.00, aud Increased costs, and
whereas the said judgment Is a foreclosure of a
real mortgage, I am commauded to sell the fol
lowing described rial estate situate in Yak!
ma county, state of Washington, to-wlt:
All that portion of the south half ] s 1 - } | of the
northwest quarter | nw 4 | , the southwest quar
ter law'il aud the wist half | wVI of tho
soutueast quarter | se' 4 \ , l>iug west of tue
right of way of the Northern Pact tic Railroad
> ompany, lv Section thirty | itu | ■ township
thirteen | in i , north of range nineteen | 19 | ,
east of the Willamette meridian, together
with all water rights and privileges pertaining
thereto, containing two hundred and twenty
220 | acres more or less; together with all and
singular the tenements, hereditaments and ap
purteuauces thereuuto belouging or in auy wise
appertaining, and tbe reversions, reuts Issues
aud pratits tbcreof.
Therefore pwblic notice Is hereby given that
I will on the Ist day oi June, LflM, at the hour
of -:i'iiVlufk p. tn. of said dnv, nt the front
doorof the cuurt bouse, in the city of North
Yakima, Yakima couuty, state of Washington,
iv obedience tn said order of sale, decree of fore
closure and execution, sell the above described
real property, or so much thereof as may be ne
cessary tv satisfy said judgment in favor of the
said plalutiils, with Interest, costs aforesaid aud
increased costs, to tbe highest aud best bidder
for cash In hand.
Dated this >th day of April, 1896.
A. L. DILLEY,
Sheriff of Yakima Couui>, Wash.
By F. E. Kowk. Deputy.
Wager & Graves, attorueys for plaintiff, r. 0.
address Kllensburg, Wash. IM
This is to certify that on May 11th, I
walked to Melick's drug store on a pair
of crutches and bought a bottle of Cham
berlain's Pain Halm for inflammatory
rheumatism which had crippled me up.
After usidk three bottles I nm completely
cured. 1 can cheerfully recommend it.
—Charles H. Wetzel, Sunbury, Pa.
Sworn and subscribed to liefore me on
August 10, 1894.—Walter shipmau, J. P.
For sale at 50 cents per bottle by Ja
tirain, Kill Feed and Hay.
Sold cheap at City Feed Store, opposite
postoffice. Ask your grocer for home
made flour. 3
Wanted, a reliable lady or gentleman
to distribute samples and make a house
to-house canvass for our Vegetable Toilet
Soaps and Pure Flavoring Kxtrai 11. $40
to $75 a month easily made. I*l-4t
Address, Chofts A Rekd,
It is all the same, a slight cold, con
gested lungs or severe cough. One Min
ute Cough Cure banishes them. No. Yak
ima Drug Store.
The citizens f the lower county hive
petitioned tbe post office department for
the extension of the tri-weekly mail ser
vice from Zillah to Sunnmide; the estab
lishment of a post office on section 15,
twp. 1,nr21, witb Mrs. Annie Hudson
aa postmistress, and another one on sec.
21, twp. 10, n r 22, with Geo. A. Ide as
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