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IN DESPERATE STRAiTS.
In face of their claim that they are well pleased with the new law, the 1 makers of oleomargarine met at Co lumbus, 0., last week and made ar rangements to contest it in the courts. The desperate straits in which they have been placed by the throwing off of their yellow mask has causesd them to take desperate chcances. Despite the warnings of the internal revenue department that palm oil will be con sidered "artificial coloration," practi cally all the manufacturers are now using it in their product because in the absence of the commissioner from Washington no definite ruling to that end has been made. That there will be a day of reckon ing upon the return of the commission er is practically certain. Competition between themselves more than the competition of butter has induced these manufacturers to take these chances. Then, too, the original ruling of the commissioner upon this point left the loophole. This ruling was not intended to be final, only a preliminary basis upon which to operate, the time being very short for a complete set of rules regarding this important matter. It is presum ed that under the commissioner's orig- inal ruling the manufacturers could not be held for the higher tax, and that they realize they must make hay while the sun shines. They have been vicing with each other to see who can get the greatest amount of this vile product, paim oil, in their goods with out having the flavor destroy their value as a commodity. The new law is a new thing to the internal revenue department. Some time will be required for those in au thority to become acquainted with this subject. Until they do we must expect more or less confusion and er rors. But in the end the government will get around and straighthen things out and in all probability make it de cidedly interesting for those who vio late the letter and spirit of tho law. — Chicago Dairy Produce. TN THE SUPERIOR COURT OP KING IN THE SUPREME COURT OF KING Marlus Skow, Plaintiff, vs. Emma Bowles, Frank Carroll, Alfred Elisliger, and all per sons, unknown, if any, having or claiming an interest or estate in and to the here inafter described property, Defendants. State of Washington to the above named defendants : You and each of you are here by notified that the above named plaintiff, Marius Skow, is the holder of delinquent tax oertflcates Nos. 82836, 60021, A 516, 82837, A 517. 82838, A5lB. issued by the Treasurer of King County. Washington embracing the following described property situate in said county: 82836, 60021 and A. 516 Lot Thirty-three (33) Block Five (5) Gilman Park First Ad dition to Seattle. That said' certificate 82836 was Issued on the 31st day of January. 1898 to said King County for the sum of three and 5-100 dollars for the delinquent tares of the years 1892-1893-1804 and 1895. That said cer tificate No. 60021 was issued on the 31st day of January, 1898 to said King county lor the delinquent certificates of the year 1890. That both said certificates were subse quently on the 26th day of November, 1898, sold, assigned, transferred and delivered to plaintiff. That No. A. 516 was issued to plaintiff on the said 26th day of November. IKMB, for the delinquent taxes of the year 1896. That the taxes for the following years on said above described property has been paid by plaintiff, to-wit: the year 1897. the sum of $0.30; the year 1898, the sum of $0.27 : the year 1899, the sum of $0.34 ; the year 1900, the sum of $0.43; the year 1901, the sum of $0.46. which several sums bear Interest at the rate of fifteen per cent per annum from the date of payment. No. 82837 and A. 517—Lot Thirty-six <36) Block Five (5) GUman Park First Ad ditlon to Seattle. That said certificate 82837 was Issued to King County on the 31st day of January 1898, for the sum of $1.24 for thedellnquent taxes for the years 1894 and 1895 and sub sequently on the 26th day of November, 1898, sold, assigned and transferred by said King County to plaintiff. That said certificate A. 517 was ssued to plaintiff on the said 26th day of Novem ber, 1898, for the sum of $0.44 for the de linquent taxes for the year 1896; that the taxes for the following years have been paid by plaintiff: the year 1897, the sum of $0.30; the year 1898, the sum of $0.27 : the year 1899, the sum of $0.34 ; the year 1901, the sum of $0.46, which several sums bear Interest at the rate of fifteen per cent per annum from the date of pay ment. No. 82838 and A. 518—Lot Thirty-Seven (37) In Block Five (5) Oilman Park First Addition to Seattle. That said certificate 82838 was Issued to said King County on the 31st day of Janu ary, 1898, for the delinquent taxes of the years 1894 and 1895, and subsequently, on the 26th day of November, 1898. sold, as signed, transferred and delivered by said King County to this plaintiff. That said certificate A. 518 was Issued to Plaintiff on the said 26th day of November, 1898, for the sum of $0.44 for the delinquent taxes for the year 1896. That the taxes for the following years on the property last above described have been paid by plaintiff, to-wit: for the year 1897, the sum of $0.30; for the year 1898, the sum of $0.27; for the year 1899, the sum of $>0.34; for the year 1900, the sum of $0.36; for tne year 1901, the sum of $0.46. which sums bear Interest at the rate of fifteen per cent per annum from the date of payment. You and each of you are hereby directed and summoned to appear within sixty days after the date of the first publication of this summons, to-wlt: within sixty days af ter the 24th day of July, 1902, and defend the above entitled action in the above en titled court or pay the amount due, to gether with the costs, and in case you fall so to do judgment will be rendered foreclos ing the lien for said taxes and losts against the real property, lands and premises above described. MARIUS SKOW, JAMES McNENY. Plaintiff. Attorney for Plaintiff. 506-507 Bailey Bldg.. Seattle. Washington. CHEAPEST EXCURSIONS EAST. Round trip tickets to St. Paul, Omaha, etc., $52.00; Chocago, $72.00. Use the famous North Coast Limited of the North ern Pacific. For full particulars and tick ets, call on or write to I. A. Nadeau, Oenl. Agent N. P. Ry.. Seattle. HEAVES CAN BE CURED We have a pruarantee cure for Heaves. Coupfhs and Colds. <iv » run iced to rare or four monoyniiiiulnl. One package by mail, <XV 12 pkprs. by exp.,with written sruarantee to cure •6.00. WILBUR SEED HEAL CO., 808 2nd St., Milwaukee, Win. > OUR MARKET REPORT ( Grain—Oats, $29; barley, $20; wheat, chicken feed, $22.75; bran, $16; shorts, $17. Hay—Puget Sound, $11@12; East ern Washington timothy, $15; alfalfa, $10 per ton. Poultry—Live hens, 13c; old roost ers, B@9c; ducks, 13c; spring chicl ens, $3@5 per dozen; extra large, $5; geese, B@loc. Live Stock —Choice beef cattle, cows, 3i/4@3^c; steers, 4@4^c; sheep, 3y 2 c; hogs, live, 6i4@6^c; calves, s@7c; spring lambs, 4c. Hides, pelts and Wool—Heavy and salted steers, over 60 lbs., 8c; medium, sound, per lb., 7y 2 c; light, sound, ua der 60 lbs., 7c; cows, sound, all weights, 7c; stags, bulls and oxen, sc; salted kips, 7c; calves, per lb., 8c; culls, lc less than sound; green hides, lc less than salted; dry hides, per lb., 12c; dry culls, 10c; summer deer, per lb., 25@32c; winter deer, dry, 18@25c; papery deer, 12@16c; dry elk, 8@10c; green elk, 4@6c; sheep pelts, 25c@ $1; shearlings, 15@40c; Ea&tem Washington wool, 7@9c; Western Washington wool, 13c; dirty or tim ber stained, 10@llc; tallow, 2%@ 4%c; grease, lVa@2c. JOBBING QUOTATIONS. Butter, Cheese, Eggs and Poultry. Butter—Ranch, 10@17 1/jc; Wash ington creameries, l-lt> and 2-lt) prints, 24c; California, 22c. Cheese —Native Washington, 13@ 14c; Eastern, 14@15c; half-skim cheese, 7@Bc; California, 12c. Eggs—Strictly fresh ranch, 2G<g> 27c. THE RANCH. Comb Honey—California comb, 12^c; 2-Ib frames, I2 1/ a c; strained, 6 @6Vi.c Poultry—Live hens. 14@15c; ducks, 14c; geese, 10@llc. Vegetables. Potatoes, new, l^c; beets, $I.oo@> 1.25 per sack; rutabagas, 75@85c per sack; turnips, 75@90c per sack; cab bage, $1.00 @ 1.25; garlic. 8c; radishes, 10c; green onions, 10c per doz.; squash, 75c; celery. 60@75c; cauli flower, $email@example.com; new onions, red, $1.25 per sack; yellow, l!/ 2 c per lb.; spinach, 25 @ 40c per box; lettuce, $1.25; head lettuce, per doz., 15c; green peas, 3@6c; asparagus, native, $firstname.lastname@example.org; tomatoes, $email@example.com; rhubarb, native, 3@4c; wax beans, 2 @3c; Lake Washington peas, 4@sc; corn, $1.25 box. Fruit. Green Fruit—Cherries, 50@90c; gooseberries, 6c per lb; apricots, 75® 90c; raspberries, $firstname.lastname@example.org; peaches, 60@90c; plums, 75c@$l; currants, $1 @1.50; watermelons, $3.50; canta loupes, $email@example.com. A NEW THRESHER. A great deal of interest is being manifested on account of the introduc tion in this territory of the Livermore Self-Feeder made especially for thresh ing machines. It is such a simple ar rangement that wherever grain is cut by headers it is safe to say no thresher will be running with anything but a Livermore Feeder before many months pas 3 by. It practically does away with nearly the entire item of expense in keeping up the feeder in repairs. It nandles all Kinds of grain. Baker & Hamilton of San Francisco, who first introduced the Benicia Rotary Disc Plow into this territory are the sell ing agents and are ready to give full particulars regarding same. Classified Wants Advertisements under this heading lc a word each Insertion. Cash must accompany order. _ WANTED —Buttermaker for small cream ery. Moderate wages. Married man pre ferred. E. M. Sanders, Baker City, Ore. FOR SALE —One steel Whitman hay press, good as new, $150. C. V. Hartough, Redmond, Wash. WANTED — young cow of the Jersey breed, coming in within the next month. Must be a good milker, gentle, etc. For family use. Address or call 128 First Avenue West, Seattle. . • FOR SALE —A nine months old pure-bred and registered Jersey bull. Of Stoke Pogls strain. Of the best line of butter producers. 128 First Avenue West, Se attle. - WANTED —Competent buttermaker to run creamery In Seattle. Must be good man. Apply at once office of The Ranch. WANTED—A position in the dairy busi ness by a competent buttermaker of ex perience : am capable of taking charge of any department.—Address J. M., care of John Smith Co., Walla Walla. Satisfaction from cattle raising.— Send to L. K. Cogswell, Chehalis, Wash., for a start in Red Polls. They are gentle, hardy and profitable in ev ery way. A dozen bulls now for sale; prize winning stock. Orders taken for heifers. Send at once for Red Foiled pamphlet. OLD INDIAN WAR PENSIONS. Congress has just passed a law granting pensions to the survivors and to the widows of deceased soldiers of the Oregon, Wash ington and California Indian Wars of 1847 to 1850. Full information will be sent by HYINGTON & WILSON, No. 728 Seven teenth Street. Washington. D. C, or Branch Office No. 442 Parrott Building, San Fran cisco, Cal. Fees United by law. Let your chickens and hogs sleep at night on a board, roost, clean floor, or straw bedding, sprinkled or painted •with Lee's Lice Killer. Next morn ing you will find all body-lice lying dead on the painted floor. Lea* Lloe Killer it a liquid lice and mite-killing paint which kills not only all insects that it touches but also forms a gas which penetrates the Irpec fPQM Lice. ' feathers of fowls and bristles of hogs, killing all insects on their bodies. It is the easiest to use, least expensive, strongest, safest, and best—sure death to all insects. Sold at all im portant towns. Send for catalogue of poultry and stock supplies and name of nearest agent. Lee's Lice Killei is never sold in bulk. See that I every can bears above trade-mark I •with our name and address. ■ _ CEO. H. LEE CO.. Omaha. Nab.^_^ LILLY, BOGARDUB & CO., Agents. ILLMAN'S Eggs—Balance of season $1.00 and $1.50 per 15. Twenty pens of White Rocks for sale, after May 15. Pens to consist of 4 good breeders and 1 cock, a full bro ther to Highland Snowflake. Ist prize bird at Seattle show. Price of pens, $10 and $12. Also a few Barrea Rock Cocks at $2.50 to $3.00 each. MAN'S Jyiililir Owl «^» li %J H^^^ ~i NELSON'S V~ LIGHT BRAHMAS • BARRED P. ROCKS Win at any show. Eggs from the best yard or" Bar red Plymouth Rocks $3 a setting: Light Brahmas, $2 a setting. Eggs from good breeders of Barred Roc sor Brown Leghorns f 1 a setting. HENRY NELSON ma 3ad Street, : Everett. Wash. A. M. CALE. North Yakima, Wash. Breeder of pure bred Black Minorcaa, White Rocks, S. C. Brown, White and Buff Leghorns, Golden and Silver Laced Wyan dottes, Anconas, S. L. Hamburgs and P. Cochins. Eggs $1.50 for 13, or $2.50 for 26; Bronze turkey eggs $1.50 for 10. ROSE COMB BROWN LEGHORNS. Eggs for batching $1.50 per 13; best layers, hardy, farm-bred stock for sale. H. Ralston, Leavenworth, Wn. Catalogue free of the best Brown and White Leghorns, Mlnorcas, Brahmas, B. P. Rocks, White Crested Polish. FRED A. JOHNSON, 518 S. 35th St., Tacoma, Wash. White and Buff Wyandottes Good farm raised birds that have plenty of range. Strong, vigorous stock that lay eggs and win prizes. Young stock for sale. Eggs In season at $3.00 per setting of 15. E. P. SANFORD, North Yakima, Wash. BLANCHARD S POULTRY^ Stock for sale of the following breeds: Barred Blymouth Rocks, White Plymouth Rocks, S. C. Brown Leghorns, Black Minorcas. Prices rea sonable. Eggs for hatching in sea son. FREEBlanchard'B Poultry Book with each order of eggs. H. L. BLANCHARD, Hadlock, Wash. Plymouth : Rocks BARRED, BUFF AND WHITE EGGS from my prize winners $2 a sitting; two sittings for $3; eggs from the best laying strain of Plymouth Rocks on the Pacific Coast, $1.50 a sitting; two sit tings for $2; Incubator stock for sale, $5 per 100. LR. SCHOTT, NortMikima, Wash II