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Chas. H. Flummerfelt,
Successor to R. B. Wilson.
The Local ctygws.
Court reconvened Monday.
Frank Craig has been quite ill of late.
Will J. Boyd spent Sunday in Yaki
A. O. Wishard has returned to Seat
Rellie Kanall came down from Ros
lyn Sunday.
Ruben Pardee of Thorp, was in the
city Friday.
J. E. Frost spent several days recent
ly in Tacoma.
Pat Dunning of Liberty, was in the
city Saturday.
J. H. Morgan will deliver the address
on Memorial day.
C. M. Edgington is reported on the
sick list this week.
R. D. Taylor returned to his home
in Pasco Saturday.
Mrs. Nelson Weaver has returned
from her visit in Indiana.
R. P. Edgington has been suffering
of late with catarrhal fever.
Rev. Kenney preached at Thorp Sun
day at 11 a. in. and 8 p. m.
W. L. McGinn is of North Yakima
was in the city over Sunday.
The flrst load of wool of the season
came in and was unloaded Monday.
The poles for the east side rural tel
ephone line were hauled out this week.
Another large invoice of goods was
received at the Bon Marche this week,
Simon Justham of Iloslyn, was in
the city Saturday to witness the ball
Mrs. U. M. Randall of Roslyn, came
down Saturday afternoon to visit with
The country surrounding Hllensburg
was fairly represented by farmers in
town Saturday.
Judge Henry Smith of Rosyln. who
spent several days in this city, returned
home Saturday.
Judge Rudkin adjourned court at
noon Saturday and he returned home
in the afternoon.
Mrs. Matt Bartholet returned Satur
day from a few days visit with relatives
and freiuds in Yakima.
W. C. Hay ward aud wife of Thorp,
were in the city Friday to lay in a sup
ply of household necessities.
Rev. McC'allum returned from a vis
it to his sister, Mrs. 11. A. Triitt, of
Olympia, Saturday afternoon.
Dan Coble went up to Easton Mon
day to mako arrangements for wood
to tire his big brick kiln next week.
Archie Wishard who is attending
school in Portland, is expected here
soon to resume his work with the X. I'.
John Gilmour came down from Ros
lyn Saturday to assist in the ball game
between the state university and home
Born, Sunday evening, to Mr. and
Mrs. R. Lee Purdin, of this city, a girl,
weight nine pounds. All parties do
ing well.
Duke I'rigmore is one of the indefa
tigable workers for the Black canal.
He has solicited aud pledged more than
8000 acres himself.
L. P. Bulk, who spent a few days
recently in Roslyn with his daughter
Mrs. Fred Gilmour. came in on the
east bound passenger Saturday.
Roy Weaver, who recently gradua
ted from the dental college at Indiana
returned home a few days since. His
many freinds are indeed glad to wel
come him home.
Chester Becker has charge of the
Williams-Smithson company warehouse
at the depot. lie is a good reliable
young man and a gentleman in every
sense of the word.
The ball game between the home
team and the Yakima team on Sunday
afternoon resulted in a victory for El
lensburg, the score standing ( J to 10 in
favor of Ellensburg.
Virgil and Francis Morgan, Mr. and
Mrs. I). W, Morgan's to young sons,
went to Yakima Friday afternoon to
visitaday with their Grandpa Serib
ner and uncle Fred.
C. A. Brunscombc of Spokane, was
in the city Saturday and spent an hour
or more in a pleasant chat at this otlice.
He's an old Missouri and Kansas news
paper man and printer.
John Catlin says he has been a resi
dent of Kittitas county 33 years, lie
has seen the valley transformed from
a desert to a valley of thousands of hap
py homes and still there is room foi
several more thousand homes when
the canal is built.
Forty teachers'are taking examina-
H. S. El wood returned from Seattle
L. F. Ellison of Thorp, was in the
city Monday.
Sunday was the most disagreeable
day of the season
O. W. l'autzke went over to Seattle
Monday afternoon.
R. M. Osbom of Thorp, had business
in the city Friday.
W. C. Hay ward was in the city Tues
day attending court.
John Burk went to Yakima on bus
iness Monday afternoon.
J. XI. Newman of Thorp, attended
court as a witness Tuesday.
Pat Henry of Roslyn, was down Sat
urday looking after business.
11. L. McGinnisof Easton was attend
ing court Friday and Saturday.
L I). Hart, formerly proprietor of
the Palace, was in the city Friday.
W. F. Patterson went up to Blewett
Friday to return about the Ist of June.
Miss Murry of Tacoma, is a guest of
Mrs. W. II." Parker and Mrs. B. S.
A. R. Black and son came in Sunday
afternoon to look after the canal prop
William McEwen and father were
baptized at the Baptist church Sunday
Mrs. T. G. McDowell of Roslyn is
spending the week visiting relatives in
this city.
The Crawford murder case brought
down a host of witnesses from Thorp
this week.
Champie & Aurand began work on
an addition to Mclntyre's residence
this week.
J. E. Yeach of Thorp, was in the
city Friday shaking hands with his
many friends.
F. B. Ready who has spent the past
few months on the Sound returned a
few days since.
W. C. Thomas of Thorp, was down
to take examination at the teacher's
meeting last week.
W. 11. Kernodle who has been teach
ing a term of school at Ronald, took
examination Friday.
S. ('. Boedcher spent Saturday io the
country taking subscription for the
Black canal proposition.
W. I). Bruton, principal of the Ros
lyn school, was a witness in the Craw
ford murder case this week.
Miss Myrtle Moody, formerly of this
city, but now of Toppenish, was recent
ly married to David Albert Rayl.
(). W. l'autzke went out to Hainil
tous sheep camp in Park Canyon Fri
day to do some photographic work.
C. S. Mellen president of the N. P.
passed through this city Friday morn
ing enroute to. Tacoma and Portland.
W. I). Carter left Monday afternoon
for Seattle to represent the local lodge
of the K. of P's in the state grand lodge.
Roy Weaver will shortly open a
dental parlor in Dr. Frank T. Scott s
old ollice in brick bank building on
Fifth street.
11. L. Calloway, deputy sheriff at
Easton, and who was down as a witness
in the Ellis murder case returned home
Friday afternoon.
The snow seems to stay on the moun
tains exceedingly well and gives prom
ise to bountiful crops wherever the
water can be used.
E. P. I lodgers recently of North Yak
ima, received a carload of dry goods
iiere this week and we understand he
is soon to open a store.
George Champie had one of his best
cows killed and two others badly injur
e 1 Monday afternoon by an incoming
train near the old stock yards.
E. A. Muth of Tacoma, formerly of
Blewett was in the city Saturday en
joving himself as only a man of his
geniality can. lie is the same old boy
of ten years ago, jovial and jolly as can
Ed Lambson who left here some weeks
ago to locate at Lind, passed on to
Walla Walla and from there to Milton,
Oregon, where he bought a blacksmith
shop and settled down to business this
Richard Wilder, who accidently shot
himself while in charge of Smithson's
sheep on lteeser creek about two
weeks ago, is getting along very nice
ly and is able to get around with the
.lid of crutches, lie expects to be in
the saddle in a short time again.
Fifty Years the Standard
Highest Heners World's Fair.
Highest Tests U. S. Gev't Chemists
Butter is a little otT again this week.
Samuel Craig came down from l!os
lyn Monday.
Tuesday was payday with the North
ern Pacific.
A large line of granite ware at the
Hon Marche.
Superior court lias been grinding
along in the usual way.
Solomon Hunker left a few days since
for his home in Hutte Mont.
There were two or three scraps on
the street Tuesday afternoon.
The carpenters and painters have
been doing some work at the depot.
Cash Moore of Portland, Oregon, is
in the city this week attending court.
ltev. Deatherage is in Taeotna this
week attending the ministerial conven
John Turner and James Van Alstine
have been hauling wood from Thorp
this week.
D. Folch and wife entertained a num
ber of friends at their residence Thurs
day evening.
Champie & Aurand have the con
tract for building a two story front
on the forest house.
H. H. Lambson and wife came down
from CleKlum Wednesday to take in
the "New Minister".
George Weaver was in town a few
days since. lie is forced to use two
crutches in order to walk.
Dairy cows are not in much demand
this spring and the prevailing prices
paid are $45 to ">0 per head.
E. E. Ellison went up to L. F. Elli
son's on the Tanum Tuesday for a load
of lumber for J, F. Butcher.
Ed Alexander desires to express his
thanks for the kindness and sympathy'
shown him in his sad bereavement.
Mrs. Meade and daughter Kate, of
CleElum came down Tuesday after
noon to visit with friends a few days.
ltev. J. A. Deatherage went to Tn
coma Monday to attend the pastors
state conference of thet hristain church.
Hev. McLean left Friday to attend
a meeting of the General Assembly of
the Presbyterian church at Los Angeles
.lay Sedgwick, the N. P. tax adjus
ter, was in the city this week
looking after the interests of his com
The finest and largest assortment of
glassware ever brought to litis city is
r.ow on exhibition and sale at the Hon
E. H. Hutchinson of Spokane, pub
lisher of the Northwest Ilomeseekcr
and Investor, made us a pleasant call
a few days since .
Charlie Champie fell from a horse a
few days since and was considerable
stuned, besides he was cut about the
head and face by falling on rocks.
Mrs. Hev. Francis A. Sheldon will
hold circles at her rooms in the Ellens
burg Houso every evening and will
give private readings in day time.
All are invited.
There is but little time to get ready
for Memorial day, but the dead should
certainly be remembered and their
graves should show marks of kindness,
love and respect.
A gentleman who recently came up
from Yakima says there are in that
city now no less than lifty cases of ty
phoid fever and there were eleven
deaths in that city last week.
Mrs. Hev. Francis A. Sheldon of Ta
eotna, is in the city for a few days and
wishes to meet the members of the
First Spiritual Society of Ellensburg
at her rooms in the Ellensburg House
on Tuesday evening May 2(ith.
.Jerry Cramer (if 1 'rineville, Ore
gon, came in Monday afternoon to vis
it with relatives and friends. lie made
the last one hundred miles in three
days on his wheel, facing the wind and
climbing the hills.
The Crawford case was called Mon
day morning and a jury was secured
shortly afternoon and the case went
to the jury Tuesday night about lit
o'clock. After four hours he was
found guilty of manslaughter.
Mrs. M. Laliuine Syphert, field work
er of the Northwestern Homo Finding
Association of Spokane, came down
from CleElum Friday where she went
to take in charge three little children
out of a family of eight, the oldest one
of which is on'y ton years old, the
mother having died a few days ago.
She says it is one of the most des
perate cases of extreme poverty slio
has ever met with, not a bed chair or
anything of the kind in the hut.
T. A. Rice and Frank Helton, both
( iTY OF Eu.rc.vstirui i, / ..
State ok Washington (
Notice is hereby given that in pursuance of an order given by the officers and mem
bers of the Protective Association of New York, and with the consent of the New York Ap
parel Co., of Seattle, we the undersigned trustees of the said (New York Apparel Co.) will
sell at private sale without reserve or limit the entire stock of Men's and Boys' fine Cloth
ing, Shoes, Hats and Furnishing goods, which we have caused to be placed in the store
room in the Grand Pacific Hotki, Block, in the City of Ellensburg; said stock was ship
ped here on account of said parties losing their building, their store room having been leas
ed over their heads, and not being able to get a room suitable for their immense stock were
forced to move where they could sell their goods quickly to save them from bankruptcy and
on account of this misfortune and having to meet certain indebtedness to the amount of $5,-
450,00, which must be paid 011 or before June 2, or lose the entire stock, in accordance with
said agreement as set forth, an order has been given tons to sell as much stock as will cover
said amount together with cost of advertising and other expenses. SalK COMMENCES bßl
dav Mav 221), at 8:30 A. M. sharp, continuing for 10 days. Positively no goods sold un
til date of sale. Following we quote a few Trustees' prices.
Men's White linen handkerchiefs 2c
Men's fancy lisle hose 5c
Men's 25c suspenders 8c
Men's 15c black and tan maeo hose 7c
Men's 50c lisle linisli open work hose 11!'. c
Men's silk neckwear 12ie
Men's derby ribbed underwear .'He
Men's 75c Madras working shirts li4c
Men's $1.0 1 working gloves 34c
Men's $10.00 wool suits form lilting sewed
throughout with silk $ 3 95
Men's $12.0.l nil-wool and blue cheviot, suits,
line tailor tilted,sewed with silk through
out 4 !>."»
Men's #15. 0 lino worsted in the new white
and black effects (i 115
Men's $17.5') fancy worsted pineheck elTect
sack suits 8 45
Men's fine Clay worsted suits, line serge lin
ing. hand-made collar, concave shoulders II !)5
Men's $20.00 fancy worsted Scotch Cheviot
suits 10 05
Men's $25.00 silk weave worsted and French
clay worsted suits 12 45
Men's $10.00 black rnglan Cheviot overcouts 405
Men's $12.00 Melton overcoats (>95
Men's $15.00 brown and blue kersey overcoats 7 05
Men's $20.00 raglan ulster overcoats in all the
newest creations and styles 10 05
Remember that time is a factor in these prices. We must raise the money. 1 his is
an opportunity to buy your merchandise for less than the local merchants have to pay
wholesale for the same. This sale positively starts at 8:30 a. 111., briday, May 22d, and will
be continued from day to day for ten days, and a total settlement will be made 011 June 2d
at 6 p. 111,, and the parties concerned will then take possesion of the stock upon payment of
said indebtedness.
TSew York Apparel Company,
E. P. ROGERS S lrUsteeS
N. B. —Don't forget the Location on North Pearl Street, one block north of postof.'ice, Grand
Pacific Hotel Block.
Notice of Sale!
| of ('rawfordsville Indiana are gnosis of
JW. A. Hice and family. T. A. is a
I brothei' of W. A. I vice. They went
lover to the Sound Saturday, accom
| panod by W. A. who j*oes along as a
Harry Collier, editor of the Sunl)-ein-
I ocrat of Tacoina, was a caller at this
ollice Friday of last week, lie is one
Jof the few democratic editors of this
slate that refuses to forsake the prin
ciples advocated by that matchless ora-
I tor, W ..I. liryan.
The witnesses in the case of state
vs. Paul and Hattie Frohwork, charir-:
ed with grand larceny are as follows;
Uobert Tliomas, W. K. Crowley, Hurt
Pease, Mrs. Mary Mathison, Miss
Olivia Mathison, Guy Price, Paul Fein,
John liurch, and J. (I. Aldrich.
Frederick It. Marvin of Seattle, pas
sed through our city Tuesday enroute
i home from a business call to Walla
Walla, lie is one of tlie brightest
I lights in the democratic state organi
zation. He says the democratic party
stands a most excellent show of mop
ping the republican party oil' the face
of the earth in this state next year.
At the Haptist church, n°xt Thurs
day evensng, May 28th, at 8 o'clock,
will occur the annual business meeting.
After the service some time will be
spent in social intercourse, during
which refreshments will be served.
All members of the church and congre
gation are most earnestly urged to be
Real Estate.
j 1(10 acres. I'g miles southeast of town. 125
, i acres under town ditrli: 35 acres above it. Hay
j land: new house and barn. f55 per acre.
I ho acres 0 miles southeast of town. 2o acres in
orchard: 12001 rocs, mostly Into apple ssto 7 yrs
| old: about acres in hay; 12 acrcs in WOO
. ditch stock: house, barn, j/rain iv. blacksmith
I shop, coal and wood house: 2'4 nub s from
s j school house. $2000. at H percent in
j terest: 5 years time: balance cash.
i 300 acres 11 rst-class land: 130 acres in hay: 2<»
acres in '-'rain: about 5 acres in orchard: suo
i trees all bearing: plenty 'water for two crops:
• i i/ood water rij/ht: jrood house: new barn: less
than I mile from school house. *10 per acre.
| cash.
•fltvno a good 7 room house and l<*t with
. ' itl] modern improvements: irood barn: closi* in:
' fiuoo down: balance on easy payments. A bar
■ t tfain.
HI acre 3'/« mile from Thorp: 23 acres in hay:
17 acres pasture: ♦'» acre yard and orchard: 213
leavim.' and 32 yountf trees: ditch stock: wood s
room house: irood barn: well, also 0 cows, 5
• calves, o hoi;s. 50 chickens. I span of horses and
set harness: farming implements, all new con
i sistitm of 1 mower. I rake. 2 plays. I harrow etc.
One-fourth mile from school and church: One
' half mile from station. $50110: half cash, balanci
i in 3to 5 years, at H per cent interest.
15acres about 1 mile from town. «. r ood house
barn, small orchard: ideal Chicken ranch.
! tin acres I miles west of town. Hrst-classhouse
and barn, small orchard, jrood well water, and
plenty irriuutimr water. All of the land is ii.
hay. This is a j_ r ood little farm.
2ou acres at *15per acre within miles o|
town. (Jood creek water. Last years hay cro]
• 250 tons.
|H5 acres in one body in Mcuastash canyon:
some timber, hay and pasture land. Less thai
*10 per acre.
Summons for Publication in
Foreclosure of Tax Lein.
| In the Superior Court of the State of Wash
! iii'/ton for Kittitas county.
I Airs Mary A. Hitter, plaintiff, vs. H. Rosen-
Mrin and Rosenstein his wife defendants
Ihe State «»f Washington to H Rosenstein
ami —- Rosenstein. Ins wife.
\ ou ar«; hereby summoned to appear within
sixty days after the ilate of the lirst puhlieation
«»f this sumnions. towii: within sixty days after
the Fourteenth da.\ of May. liMU. ami defend the
above en titled action in t he above em it led court,
and answer the complaint of the plaintiff, and
serve a copy of your answer upon the under
signed attorneys for the plaintiff, at their office
helow stated: and in case of your failure so to
do. judgment will he rendered against you ac
cording to the demand of the complaint, which
has been filed with the clerk of said court.
This action is brought upon certificate of de
linquency u umbered issued on the
7ili day or May, A. l>. lUOB b.v the county
of Kittitas. State ol Washington and now o\\ ti
ed and held by plaintiff herein, for delinquent
taxes for the year 181)7 upon the following de
scribed real estate situate in the county of Kit
titas. State of Washington, to-wit:
Lot in blocks, in Murray's additson to Hl
lenshurg Washington. That the said taxes for
IMi. ami for which the certificate of delinquen
cy was issued, amounts to Nine ami T.Vfuo dol
lars : that plaintiff subsequently paid taxes as
follows: for IS'.'H. ifro.ix: |s«»s». ti.«;«•; iduo. $1.20;
ll'Ui. fs.ro: and for *2. id. To obtain
judgment foreclosing the lien thereof, aud for a
sale of said real estate according t«»law.
Attorneys for Plaintiff.
I'. O. address Kllensburg, Kittitas ( i unt,\
State of Washington. 2u-25*
Summons for Publication in
Foreclosure of Tax Lein.
In the Superior Court of the State of Wash
ington. for Kittitas county.
Sarah Lincoln, plaintiff, vs Ileni v M. Granger
Klizabet h Klliott. T. <). St • pp. Mi s. M. L. Hicks
and Mrs. Harry I Mew. defendants.
The Stale of Washington to Henry M. firan
ker. Kiizaheth Klliott. T. (). Stepp," Mrs. M. L,
Hicks ami Mrs. Harry Drew:
You are hereby summoned to appear within
sixty days after the date of the first publication
of this summons, to wit: within sixty days after
the loth tlay of April A. D.iHuJ. and defend the
above entitled action in tin; above entitled
court, and answer the complaint of the plaintiff,
ami serve a copy of your answer upon the under
signed attorneys for plaintiff at iheir office be
low stated: ami in case of your failure so to do,
judgment will be rendered against you according
lo the- demand of the complaint, which has been
Hied with the clerk of saiu court
This action is brought upon Certificate of De
linquency numbered issued on theMtliday
of November. A. D. IWO2. by the CVunly
of Kittitas. State of Washington, and now
owned and helu by plaint iff herein, for delin
quent taxes for the year !M»i upon the following
described real estate situate inthe County of
Kittitas, state of Washington, to-wit:
Lot three(-f) in block Len(lO). in the original
town of Kliensburg. Washington. Tne original
amount of the delinquent tax for IH'.iT being $72.
(if), plaintiff paying on subsequent years, taxes
upon said property as Oollows: For year 18U8
*!'■>. :M. |Hi ill YBSI. I'.iuo f2w.WO, |!M)| $25.77.
To obtain jmlgnient foreclosing the lien there
of and for a sale of said real estate according to
Attorneys for Plaintiff,
1».(). Address, Kllcnsburg, County of Kittitas,
Washington. 10 21
To Close Out.
A lot of line portrait frames at half
price at I'a make's Art Studio.
If you possess a photograph that
you wish enlarged, trade with Koepke
.v Shoudy and they will have it done
lor you free of charge.
Try K. .v S. pure spices and baking
pow<ier. Vour money back if you do
not like them. For sale at the Boss
Bakery and (Jrocery. tf
—Sueur Kraut at Flummerfelt's.
—Fun Sam:--A steam hay press,
ifooil as new, will be sol<l very reason
able. Inquire of \V. T. Sheldon. 15-tf
llair work made to order at Mrs.
Martin's South l'earl St. lit'.'lt*
Men's $25.04 Knjflish melton and kersey over
coats. 1-
Hoys' knee pants suits ON
Boys' $5.00 knee pants suits..
Boys' *7.00 all-wool lonjr pants suits .'i 45
Boys' $ l l.ooall-wool dress suits 4 *•>
Men's twisted worsted pants '•>*
Men's $:>.oodress pants 1 4»
Men's $5.00 faney worsted pants - 45
Men's $0 00 and $7.00 imported worsted dress
pants •' 4.i
Men's $1.25 hats ,i!l
Men's $1.75 hats
Men's $2.25 hats 1 1"
Men's >,'2 75 hats '
Men's $:!.()0 hats ' 4j
Men's $4.00 hats •• • • 1
Men's $5.00 hats in military, fedora and
derby shapes in all the latest shades - <_>•_>
Men's $.'t.so dress shoes 1 '
Men s $4.00 viei kid dress shoes 1
Men's $4.50 vici kid dress shoes ~
Men's $5.00 viei kid and box calf shoes - '>•_>
Men's $0.00 extra line dress sluies . ■
Men's $1.00 white laundried dress shirts 40
Men's $1.00 underwear
Men's $2 00 all-wool underwear
Men's $1.25 Golf dress shirts 'j' l
Men's $1 00 union made overalls.

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