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♦ -> t.KKIM ♦ ♦ PtJBLI SH E1 WEi X L I ■:Lk.>t>- of itwMaarn w »eet. J ' iw, if jva.'. >t- aO> 5. KJ < ei»«oufr. >.r.'.ra» 'Ati'.), V. • .■. t, m *u".r./e'. v. «**a»oc jy>:» **>»• QflMaaeat MsV o4 F«vrtl ttraet, i*et»»*«t Pe*.- ai.'. X<. i. -•..•e*- , «. ri-i- H tM - - EOBEBT A TUBNEB, EI>ITOB 'jt. the eienir.j? of Pel rusrj Hoavt the bettJeeiaij iaioe v....» w rtcoytd Htvf.t. bah i M' Kjy would toofkef bavt tf»e CwbeJii etefee and tbii i aiioi •ye dieeraoed that. .:. -re *.*> ••' ett*. of'h> ff.eoor o: Wa ► • re*-. A ooWiUWJUT i4inimetrsi i ttiore iike.y v. if.vo.v* *..oe o '.:y ir war tha - . DOC fcb*t i* willing v. do rlj/i*. fe.'-o the v oaeo, lei mm M>-.. P0:.>..•• j.. a- county aeeeteoi b the mm in the ngbt ; Lece He aseeai v. be the •*. « I even • bedly ac c eendidete for the office be now holds. ??>/.;:•'» nitaTrftal '>•••. |!,70»/l00,00 . witb nati • tercet ehargei ani nelly i f <i . ' * • 000. KntionaJ inconoe annually. 1100*000,000. Tai potting if. of IS new by 'j.'af.te ..'. toe city rmgrit save • 000 per yeevr on ineoraDce bat re- UUM vie ire not bottfid V. '- kure our property but we are •. and to pey tetxei on every dollar** worth of property we own. Bee! A ntADKM oi Tub Yaw» in Spo kane county a-f- 1 f .ar. Rogers get a .egi-iat.ve vote from Kittitas county next winter for IT. pj. -er.a torV"" Well, we don't know, but we should judge from what we bee hear sod know that be w..i not .f the people of Kittitas car. prevent it, and they wh. do their besl to prevent it if either person ■elected is convention for repre sentative, t-.ay-. he is for Roger- >>.oxthe way both pop-..-*.- and democrat- are oreakir.g away in the SOOth and ea*t we are -a , ..-. < ieo there will he r.o fusion of reform force*, in 1000. 'The sork of the scheming republican politician is being felt all over the land. The great mass of populist voters are being so scattered from one cause or another and a great independent movement is on foot which looks at time*, as if the populist, democrat and silver republican parties would be swallowed op into a new party of large proportions before the year 1000 is ushered in. Or;j'. republican friends have yelled themselves hoarse over the result of the municipal election in Seattle. The city has for years been under the control of the re publican party. Hume wa- the strongest man in the republican camp and his majority was less than 700. Republicans us ally carry the city by a majority rar.-/- ing from 1500 to 3000, am as the republican vote in that city is growing beautifully lees every year, we St* nothing about the victory to be so very encouraging to our gold standard friend*. Thi consolodation of the reform forcee war effected in Oregon Sat urday. The populist* get the gov ernor end other good state posi tions on the ticket. The denim rat* and silver republicans conceded to the demands of the populists as to the name and platform. About 2<) delegate- bolted the convention and will put a middle-of-the-road state ticket in tb* fiel<l later m. This faction may defeat the whole ticket but it is hardly believed that it will. They were not willing to submit to the fusion idea prefer ringdefeat to even a partial victory. A wu.n-nyj-.n republican, who is a republican because of bin associa tions wan recently ventilating his wratb on the populist* because he bad a tux of about lb" to pay. He in not a citizen of the United Ktates; neyer paid a dollar of tax in thin country and ha- enjoyed it- free dom for many yearn, never even did road duty, always sneaked out on the (.'round- of being a foreigner. How doc:- he expect to enjoy t},e blessings of this country without doing something for the country? lie knows about as much about populism as a bog knows about Heaven and his howls have much less weight with all thinking peo pie than the gentle zephyrs which sweep over this beautiful Kittitas valley. fV.'j»t/. nfwumn are w se o rnciini thi I Lbei eel ciedtfl I ' a., ttiey o • really 11 w credit for. — .. . .' ... j Wf do ■"• beiiet* • war .'• ii lid .-. etjikec ten r v v.-. »;• w !o: in ten ble raven** botXiac I principle h. twe ion I believe in o: tlwtuandi ! me* .v. nten and '.t .-* .■ .- alrai. •. t - s eie tern ■"- the bean cd every . •.: j dm&icc ai i w i.*:e« ute blow fairly A DODGE i h*or.r.t *.r.*e •■«.-* Ui .■ ti». ' iji time f WbdirjE . • *.ix ■ -J v •'' - ■ ttti* < Li ' : .. ■ • the "high Laxea. ' and c- ■ r_.t i.• . ■ . . ■ •- • waiwayc r > the * kei ura (fit . - ■ • j?e: •■ tbei» beet lickt •■ - can be. r the bell weathei ' "Wei!, J'.. Devef te ' .'.c V.' ilck>et a&i I hey bare ruii ed the whole ii net the Eoen bow] the ticket tea-.'.. are met wht. never voted the tsoi .- - * * * 't t ', t .. r one or two of. the ooptilitrt beeetue theee indivi,. men were wiperiot tc candidate! on rest assured they never voted the whole count y or state ticket to tav ite >. nd ■' vi *. f ticket, i.'. cmb c. t trick. ha:c Tfaing;s He Didst Intend to Tell ! The emm of fcar.-.e- & McCand lees vs. Chas. rluixirxjerfclt tried on Tuesday of last weer:. in the toper* ioi court is ■ case that bat attracted a treat uea. of attention. The plaintiffs are trying to be relieved from the payment ol a large part l of their personal jr< perty for i the year of Irro, amounting to shoot *M2OO. Ralph Kauffmarj represented Barnes v McCandless, 'while Messrs Kirk Whited end Henry J. Bni vely appeared for tbe [county. The principal question involved ii whether plaintiffs can deduct $18,500 of indebtedness ow ing by them in Honolu v from the value of their note-. In answer to some questions of Mr Sni vely, Mr. tion of affairs in bis administra- I tion of the office of treasurer '-f tbe I normal school. He admitted that he had tamed the funds of the Ischool over to iiarr.e- dc McCand j leas and that their firm had used the money and did not have it on hand April Ist, 1896, and that he | therefore owed tbe btate this sum at decision in the caseas yet. Important to Miners A case of more than usual im- I porta nee to miners was tried in the superior court last week before Judge Davidson the case of Thad Neaubauer and Petei Anderson, plaintiff- vs. John A. Sboudy, de fendant. Judge Graves appeared for the plaintifi, and 11. J. Snively for the defendant. Th* plaintiff, claim to be the owners of the Lucky Queen quarts ledge,in conjunction with trie John Ernest estate of which Mr. Sboudy is administrator, and that Ernest had forfeited his interest by not do ing his share of the assessment work before his death and the plaintiff:-: accordingly claimed that they advertised hitn'out, and this suit was to prevent Sboudy from setting up any claim to the mine in behalf ol the Ernest estate. tale claimed that the notice pub lished t»y the plaintiffs was de fective. Ist because tb<- notice was not published in the nearest 1 newspaper to the mine-. 2<l—be cause the notice did not appear ', upon its face to be for the actual ' assessment work for any year. i Judge Davidson sustained .Mr. j Snively'H objections and dismissed j! the case, thus sustaining Mr. » Bhoudy's claim in favor of thees-L tate. " 1| Haeournea linti ol carpets at ii,"ir<:H astonishingly low, Scott <St Latimer's,! Lynch block. 1 LX.L. Ms v i Mn GnsMMJ bavc . • - to riaH their oU b noc • »V«j t.. , ■ ■ w - ii tbtsa ■ btb'x ist lb* third feuoiay - j ri II ' -x 11 the change v;'-. .. b« uaj. find : Lace be .- I •. : •: —where ■„• j im '...ii d.nb«-•" wii is. ■ ■ - .■ - • !r**rj_ clad '. returc _ fc ,.r. i< "..»..* -".Q ief -v - • Fairview their Last rit ! &und y ' Hi.* : reached the tins; ar. ; Mrs. Hale gave -ti ". the ■ t - Ed Hum bai • orcbaaed the Har rison Hourei rai •. -nd .•.--/...,-•. bdq evervoue ■'■ '.' t .' eiKhberhood welcomei that yon have r.-> eorreepondent from this place ai 3 nc d< obt would .lire to know what 1- going or d< wn here. J have only been .'.ere a few days and do not expect to remain long. One thing I have noticed the busiest day of the week. An-1 other thing I have noticed .- that] the wind has blown at the rate of -if r't. I c•r. (. 1 t-r(. ■• <\ \ Wr> l lAft - : it will ever let op. I notice that t:.e farmer- never stop for the wind I accomplish anything. They tell; me it is something unusus I for this country and perhaps it is I hope I so, dor.': you ? I noticed in''Old Green Horn's" items that the work entitled **The Hero of the Northwest," had beer, delayed on sccount of some misun derstanding between the author and the hero. The people r.ere are traits of these two men than *.he ; book 1 noticed two different par ties out to-day trying to buy hog-.. What is the matter with the farm era, f.amt they supply the home de mand? The farmers nave been but I nave failed to -cc '.;.<- grass, j ours truiv. "The Qceeu." ing April let, in norma] ball was somewhat in keeping with the day, and yet bad considerable connected with it. The mush was Consumption Will SCOTT'S EMULSION cure consumption ? Yes ar.d no. Will it cure every caoe ? No. What cases will it cure then ? Those in their earlier stages, especially in young people. We make no exas perated claims, but we have positive evidence that the early use of Scott's Emulsion of Cod-liver oil with Hypo phosphites of Lime and Soda in these cases results in a positive cure to a large num ber. In advanced cases, how ever, where a cure is impossi ble, this well-known remedy should be relied upon to pro long life surprisingly. $oc. ar.d St. 00, all SCOTT it BOWNE, Chtmiftt, New York. cx.cc lent. Xr. Mar-i.'- ruse . - ixnafiinfdj welL Miss Tl . ,>or.'« Tr-_v .l ::.r DM : :.: • nil • a od, v-.-i ibf klm* . . ;-" y. w BeattT v .„i -. .? i - ithfi „ i v*-.. res ares the eobje l fct c n* j<ttz.'.. l.rrr. V .« f'ilTiii'be . rei f nature, whire Miss v ■ - beei i* .-fr room v. C the kii iergarten iepanment If d * Pre* .M st r'ri.v.v riot h*. | re:. red to meet the insurer: r, came .'.ere short :::he ago Lave theeanyoi snd ire no« residing Mre. H. E Sharp has gone to .re *£. Coleman nee taken bii [milcb cow's l '.:.e Bead ranch. Mr. M, re,who hai been hauling J :.e i; -t.er hr:-. have a r.ew ; If you want to enjoy & rir.e bi* tcycle ride, just come overto Sparta and you won't get ::. a mud bole. IWe are going to hare good If yon don't believe it, ask the road supervise r. [ tw tf D \V'.:'V ; ' eaBUre p Bt *yj n B i to war. I The following is a tribute written : r the little son of Mr. and Mrs. E. ii. Pe*re: I Ou ibat •oriel abort. *ttr* we hop* kom* Urn* to naet bin I;t «ai tad .' r l-. i-, f*ii Dear pareuuwcei not i , going to have a severe case ol spring j fever. I There is not much garden being; > planted yet. as oar weather prophet ! says we will have frost as long as | the snow stays on the southern hills. Mr. Sowers and family have! M 10 M \ on" d Friday, which resulted in another i anacK oi innamatory rheumatism. A. T. Gregory, of this neighbor i hood, began work in the cit flour | mills the first of the month. Bicycling''is not in it"' in our i neigh I orhood any more. The bit jest thing i- for young ladies to walk on stilts, j J. M. Prater i- at work on the I Will Prater farm south of town. Mr. Jenson is still on the sick list. .Several friends spent Sunday with P. Fredrick's family. All enjoyed themselves and said the I dinner was excellent. Scone ol am young po t•* £ • * £ed 'bt neßr- i the '* school bonne Friday «n*enin| »bej p! Bucedthe exercisM |we •;. Qgi tbcj were rens :. iw in *n v . iban »n*tlms H was April *. t. ~~. me winu wa«m i v - c Iter *'» > "• c* v .-- *» — S. in* Packwood scno . bouse otxi .-. friend • Kn P riodrick'* —a • bet - uiatk • «. tew lays tt a _ irbich -be innocei "It believe* tbe Core school bouse nest Son- Be v. Hi*. the F. M : re<-:ser. : ITeanawav .a..ci Mr* Poyr • >n« iay week. X* baa tbe Colons bis poolerenos sod entered tbe VTaehington conference aud ex pects tc leave about :.: Ta- B. Gregory, dinner was c t wbat be ext-ette-. April fool. Ottis! » T »*e j.re ret listening f'.: shoudv wits elected i—it-i.;:*:: it.i Henry* Dariseourt, saj tain. assembly room tor toe i*t Papers—Bvar* *' Bomane, Lot Sboudy. Clinton San ford. Recite lions—Fred Scribner,Barley Hoke. Cbeeter Beiker. E.*:e Devoine, Irene Lorence. Essay.'Land of Scotland" "BiogratSketch of tbe Hef c* :f Scotland." • Grace Meade "Hiland Scbottiih,'' - - • Bsars Romac Story '.' r*t. Andrew, -.he Patron Saint of Scotland/ John Giirx ou Select Beading. - Wh.r.ie ghood Essay, "Scotlaud of the Prea- Critic's 'Report ' "** FoUowing is the report for tl week ending Aj r. 1. 1898: Tot a no. enrolled. 44] total . iyg atten work, comp >c*c - .:" bits c its ancestors thetn contribute somi make-up The ~. tb« g~-ve* the larg share 1 great extent he a : h • child deter. up:r. r.-alt Of tbe r.: -.her both bef re an after birth If, during the period of ex pectancy, the mother" er.ioys good general . and] eai asa.ts see will hare a chil : -.v.:;- • bust body, an alert brain and vigorou?- health. You cannot expect inch a child from a weak. s-ckly. nervous despondent woman Who is Droken down by derangement- md disease of the distinctly feminine rear.* A woman :r. that condition is- a.-:: --. sure to „aye a puny, sickly, peevish baby. Dr fierce s Favorite Prescription i- the be*t preparation _ for motherhood. I: relieves maternity oi :ts danger* and of --. J] it* pais. It restores the delicate an ". im portant organs that bear the brunt of ma ternity to perfect health and strength v : assists the regular and healthful pert nu ance Of all the natural function*. It ba-- •shes the ailments of the critical period and make* baby's debut easy and aim si painless. It insures the little new-comer's health. Thousand* have testified to ; -- mer.t*. Good medicine dealers sell it p.nd •' o- -• c• zg .-. -.v mmX ft - gence by ureir.fr upon you something el*e as ''just a* good.'' The ' just as good" kind is dear at any price. Mrs. F. B. Cannings, of No. Humphrey Street. St. Louis. Mo. writes: lam now the fiappv mother of a fine, hea'.thv baby zir: I feel that your 1 Favorite Prescription ' 'has done me more good than anvthine I have eve- taken I took three bottles of the"'Prescripti in and the consequences were I wa- oniv ••• V- - i -\ '. five minutes, with mv first baby I suffered eighteen hours, and then had to lose him " A St.so home doctor-book free. For a paper-covered copvof Dr. Pierces Common Sense Medical Adviser send 21 one-cent ' stamps to cover cost of mailing ;;.'; Cloth binding 10 cents extra Address Dr X V. Pierce. Buffalo, N. Y. -- - ■ 'dirts*! •" --not.] --11 ewrktfl - • ssl • wk« is 2 *• tai 1 " 1 - liabk:: I to ttjl - ■'• -rp to | - They I ■ .i and I I rest* ■ - ligfe I SVCfiisW I ri* T ! - ... mat* I • not be f -.r ".• Henry'i lhr I ; - t 11 -ck Satm> I " ' " uaied ' - "- - Uter* on I time. - •-- ■ • ■ - two story .. _rr g ::.e ' -' r_ was in flames i i: -■- - a r>n ler that the w - •- • ~-- " QSnMi T. :— .i : >* .. .. -. be riven the :.: :hei: * I: ii well A :—s* meeting wi- held Sun iay iij tax] -vers R. P.Loot* ien was ar; - * before the hoard -l.:-. . ners and it. ; ur?: the ..: . : :: W. Reese of litis plaoe. :. the vacancy ;aus* I the rr-.n of John Br:wl a :*::er~m*E ::uid not Mi and Mrs Frank M< Are and family were 5. wr. a: Tnorp visit ing Mrs _M:Affe's parent*—lb Mr- Br wn, w:- i C:mmis -: ncr B: . v:. ie waylast Saturday, wher? she will join her husi Tney rx.-r. to make i tnat place *.;.r:: future bom* Jim Be i, ..: oui >ld moun :_::.rrr?. met with aJ luck in Alaska He .. . . ... feet badly The com] any are : aiming tie Did stone building ; in'ing the de j Jos. Merchant and wife and An gust Mohr and f..n.ily left Thurs day f r the - fhey will Merchant's ranch located at Sebeck, :.>r..r ! One f our young mem madear rancemer.ts : c- r: a v vug lady home ft i , , ; Saturday :.:ght. and when they met at the place arrangt i .. sur'j rise awaited hi:... She was i: ::.; any with a couple of other y unj ladies, and naturallven aghhe ii not "takea tumbie"*umi: ki ocked down by her sister. It"* : bad when a smart y ung man as he claims to be. has t be knocked iowu before The G: odTem] had \ repared a fine supper with which to give the lodge a treat last Saturday evei ing, and when they heard of the good deeds and bravery of the lire department, sent them a nice lunch, which was taken to their hall, us: discovering that they had sen; it. the hie? arose and in a scornful man er p- : sed that they go to the sah>. :. and jet some beer to wash down the sandwich**) This may have a] i eared smart on the part of the chief but it was not. The lodge had treated them thus I kindly ar.d the chief- actions ex hibited a lack of sense and appre ciation. Good deed at least deserve respect. Last year we handled Sort limp and Kings line of package s-eod* ;»nd found them to jive excellent satisfaction, so have concludt-d :o handle them again tnis year. Ti..- price will !>e i' ■■ same as last #ea-on —2 packages for set tits. F. Bossong & Co. WILLIS' BAZAAR. Wilis's Bazaar now in ihe Klem berg block is the place to get crock ery. Glassware, chinaware, notion! wood and willoware, lamps &c at reduced prices. Carpets! Where can Ift i ; ie best an<l most complete assortment to select from? Why at Scott & Latimer's, of course.