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SUMMONS FOR PUBLICATION.
In the Superior Court of ■he Slate of Washington, In and for Benton County Cas< ade Lumber Co., a corporation, ylamtiff, vs. Frank Darknell and Mary >arknel', h 8 wife, and Wesiey Squires and Louisa Squires,his wife,defen'tauts. State of Washington to the said Frank Darknell and Mary Darkne' s , hi* wife, and Wesley Squires and Ida Louisa Squires, his wife: You are hereby summoned to appear within sixty daye after the first publi cation of this summons, to-wit: within sixty days after the 4th day of January, 190". and defend the above entitled ac tion in the above entitled court and answer the complaint of the plaiatiff and serve a copy of your answer upon the undersigned attorney lor plaintiff at his office below stated and in case of your failure so to do, judgment will be rendered against you according to de mand of complaint which has been filed with the clerk of said court The object for which this action is brought is to secure judgment by plain tiff against defendants in the sum of, Two Hundred Ninety-nine Dollars and I Forty Cents, with interest thereon at the rate of six per cent per annum from the first day of March, 1906, and the sum of Fifty Dollars, $50 00, attorney's fees and costs of suit. That the said judgment for said amount and said costs declares and adjudges the same to be a lien upon Tract Three, 3, Hover Park Villa Tracts, section six, 6, twp eight, 8, N. R. thirty, 30, E. \V. M , situated in the county of Benton, State of Wash ington and property of the defendants, according to a certain lien filed against said property by plaintiff for materials furnished to defendants for the con struction of a certain house or dwell ing upon the premises aforesaid ann that said lien upon said premises be foreclos d and a 1 the estate, risht and title of defendants and all persons claiming under them, in and to said property be barred and foreclosed. 0. O. Anderson, Attorney for Plaintiff I' O Address Kennewick, Benton (Vninty, Washington. CONTEST NOTICE Department of the Interior. P. s. rand office. Walla walla. wash.. lieeeinlier29, I9<m. A sufficient run test affidavit having been flled in this office by A. W. Knple of Seattle, wash. contestant, against i'cscrt laml entry No. marie A must 11, I9oi>. for the w • iif section la. i|» #» n. range 27 e w in hy Volney s. Rowley, conte-tee, in which it if alleged that Mid Volney S. Rowley has not improved saiii land in anv manner whatsoever. ami lie has uot ex|>encied any money or labor in any pro ject for the purpo.-e of bringing said" lainl nnder irrigation: and that lie ha* hot mmle the annual proof that is required hy the desert land act. Paid partiea are herehv notified to appear. re*pomi and offer evidence touching caul rllc gat'.ons at to o'clock a. 111. on February tthu. betore the Register and receiver ui the I'nlted States land office in walla walla, wash. The said contestant bavins, in h proper atti davit. tiled Derember 2t>. 1906. set forth facts which show that after due dilligence personal aerriee of this notice cannot be made it is liereb* ordered and directed that such notice be given by due and proper publication. A. J. M 1.1.15. Register. For nice fresh flowers for funerals, decorations and weddings write or tele phone Spokane Florist Co., Main 5, Spokane, Wash. Clark Seedling Strawberry Plants Young Well Rooted and Carefully Packed These plants are reared on very rich soil and will grow anywhere. No ragged, patchy,wind-swept berry Held where these plants are used. No plants in the valley have better pedigree and none others such in tense cultivation and pruning. Don't pay any price lor old plants from tangled, matted rows. Send your oider today. Freight on a thousand plnnts but a few cents. Plants wiii he shipped as so «n as growing wea ther comes. Price $2.50 per 1000 Your note is good on <> months' time if you are a property owner. Address plainly R. A. SIMMONS KIONA, WASH. 2 Cents Each for the Famous Cumberland Raspberry Strong, healthy, well-rooted perfect stock. It i-the mam mo'h black cap berry that outsells all others in the market and are good ship pers Send for our cut price catalogue of Seeds Nursery Stock, Incubotors, etc. We can save you from 25 to 100 percent. Write today. Frederick Nolf & Co. The Big Mail Order House Seattle, Wash. The ANTLERS HOTEL BEST IN THE CITY Adjacent to depot. Special attention to commercial and transient trade. Sample room. Rates reasonable. WE MEET ALL TRAINS MRS. A- BELL, Proprietor KENNEWICK, WASH. Richland. 11. C. Ranchman, of Sr. L' Uis. was a recent purchaser of 15 acres here, Wiii. Travis lost a horse l>y drown-1 ing in the Yakima river tbia week.' Another horse pushing to drii k ciowd-1 ed it into the water and could not be j helped out. The Benton Water Co. is putting up I a barn west, of luwn for stabling the l ditch teams. Cement is being hauled from Relief' for the headgate ol the Benton Water I Company's ditch. ; Senator Levi Ankeny hasintroduced the biil granting Ihe Benton Water | Co. riuht to dam the Snake at Five Mile Rapids io toe Senate. It has al ready been introduced in the House. j Mr. and Mrs. \V. K. Limb have been entertaining Mrs Peiin, of Spo-! kane. Kiona Notes. A number of aoti saloon people went to Prosser Monday to appear before commissioners and protest »g.ii<st the establishment «f h saloon in Ki- iiu. Mr. Iveiro wan tlie leader in me move ment. The editor has heeu told, how ever, by two or three difttrenl people th.«t tuey have purchased beer, alcohol or whiskey in privateliquorempoiinmsi and could buy all tiiey wanted there. It is a mutter of common knowledge that blind pigs have been running heie since the existahce of the town. One of the county commissioners knows this and that is wby the license was grained.—Kiona Enterprise. O. D. Graves aud wife have gone to Seattle. Mr. Graves had just commut ed on his home s;ead. The Kiona ditch broke ou Jan. 81, the valley being Hooded around U<e resident:*s of J. H. Morgan aud Mr. Province. ! B. S. Travis ami family returned last Friday troiu California, where, they have been visiting. The Kioua schools have been closed for two weeks on account of the small pox s-are. I . i The petition asking the legislature to puss the Johnson iocal option bill was largely signed here. No new cases of small pox have been ' reported. The surveying crew were | releast from quarantine oaturday The lecture by Prof. Oliphanl and ; the supper afterward were well attend- i ed. The school library is gainer by $25 CO. W.M.Collins and crew that were! making soundings in the river at the: bridge site have gone to Granger. ' Prosser. The Benton County Fair Association met Saturday Januaiy 27th. A board of directora was e ejted consisting of IC. G. Baker, C. T. Ritchie, C. A War j ner of Prosser; U. 8. C se, Rattlesnake : Dr. F. 8 Hedger of Kiona; Ira Carter, I Horse Heaven. The hoard elected C'. jG. Baker president. Dr. Hedger, vice : president; Lou Boyle, treasurer. A ; meeting to adopt bylaws will be held Feb'y 9th. The debate between the high school , and Colfax high school on Ihe ship I subsidy question was decided unani* tuously in tavor of Colfax. I W. K. Wiseman has been bound over to the supreme court on oliarge of adultry. | Collin Bros.' store wat closed for I business on January SOtli and thegoods | are being packt lor shipment out of j town. T. N. Henry, the new postmaster, | has forwarded his bond for $11,000 to the postal department. M. Allgaier, Dr. D. M. Angus, Luke Denning, Wil lis Mercer, Nelson Rich are thesureties. F. M. Benllj spent Snoday in Ken newick. Prof. Sisson, of the.Siate University was here last week as state examiner of high schools. He was pleased with the work of our schools. He made some valuable suggestions as t«» plans for the new school buildiug. Auditor W. 8 Jenkins has installed a Globe-Wernicke tiling cabinet in the auth or's ofti e which will aid in keep ing the county papers iu sysiema ic order. "■•re. C. A. Jensen, wife of the ex chairman of lhe Board, died at her home January 3isi after a short illness. Sheriff McNeill is in attendance at the State Sheriff's Convention. | The tine new Hotel Denniug will soon be ready for business. The man agement will conduct an up-to-date | hotel in every respect. The bjjse ball fans are unlimbering for the coming season. Pasco's New Depot. j N. K. Coffin, superintendent of con ! struct ion for the Non liern Paciflc at this point, says that the new passenger depot will he ready for occupancy ao«»ut the first of March. It iw esti« .mated that the carpenter work remain ; ing will be finisht within two or three weeks, leaving the plumbing work to :do and Ihe heating plant to put in. I The ticket ofiice will then be moved j to the new depot and the p tssenge< 1 (rains will atop there —Express. At Aitalia. H. W. Davis and three Spokane gentlemen have incorporated under tlie name of the Columbia Fruit Farm and purchased 40 acres near Attalia. Capi tal stock 112,000, divided edually among the incorporators. A. L. Por ter is president; W. G- Weir, vice-pres ident; H. W. Davis, secretary ami manager. One thousand dollars worib of trees, grapevines, and berry sllp-i have been ordered. Work will btgiu so soon as the snow leaves and 10 acres will lie set to grapes, three to raspber ries, blackberries and dewberries and ten to fruits. No expense will be sp*i ed to inakt this a model fruit farm.— Gateway. Bert Mclntyre, has been formally charged with murder iu the first de gree, for the killing of Bert B. Moore head. He will remain in jail until his trial comes on at he April term of the Superior Court. Oscar Caiu is his at torney. —Gateway. Notice to Tax Payers. I hereby give no'i e ttiat the 1900 Tax Rolls are in my t>and« for collec tion. Tax* swill i ecome due February 4ih, '07. Personal property taxes will become deliquent afier March Utli. A rebate of 3 per cent will tie allowed on all reali y tax if paid in fu'l by March 15th, and wilt become delinquent June l»t provided one half of *nmtt is not paid by that date. Interest at 15 per cent will bechtrged on all delinquent taxes. R B Walker, Treasurer of Banton County, Wash. Clear ance Sale On all winter goods at greatly reduced prices all of next week. Mrs. M. Heard I Buy on CrediH I this $60 Machine for $21 | FREIGHT PREMIO. tthe Mm* $5 c»*h •o'JL'iJ Write TOOAT for (fee FUMITVK UTIfJMqM elegant household good* w« will ™3H Preptld) on Easy P»»m*nt«—our n#w Govurtz Furniture Own 173-175 First St~ POttTLAW>»*M LOANS! LOAN! If you want to secart fl time loaus on irrigated or whili® lands it will pay you to ■ consult I H. C. MITCHaJ I BlaeKsn\itl? §i» French Is still at the prepared to shoe any a-goiti'. B~ <ierjeral W U/orK. U/oodworK ii) QoQi>eotloQ. IB A.. B. FREjjJi New Barber SjE G. D. HUNTER, ProprtfJ 1 My nrw shop i.s fitted up * class shape and I am prep* give you excellent courteous treatment. It At the Sign of the —.gßji, Slanting Pole YAh M ferrl Kennewick-Pasco Ferry running. Bty W. B. MUlß^_Maorf^|ro BRED TO LA^g^' 1 White Wyandof Dnston Strain Thorobredj J choice cockerels for sale. per 15. E. S- McPOJ^M Fairview Farm he°*»