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The Yakima Herald.
vol. IV. YAKIMA COUNTY BOOMS! Not as a Speculative Proposition, but as a Solid, and Legitimate Agricultural growth. And why? Because Yakima County has Soil & Climate, Hap oi Wetei for irrigatloa, 6eoppniGai Position, Coon markets for Waco In 111 Directions.^ ® ® ® ® ® ® ® Jfye public 18 F«9 d Out ® ® ® ® ® ® ® That Yakima County has some other Re- That it is the Home of the Peach, Prune, That we grow Six Tons of Alfalfa to the sources than Coyotes and Real Estate Agents. Plum, Pear, Orape and Apple. Acre during the Season. . That the choicest Vegetables grown in That it is the Hop-growing section of the Washington are raised here. State, producing 2000 Pounds to the Acre. That every Citizen of Yakima County who That a Cron is never lost here by Pests °y cloDes - Tornadoes and violent Rustles and Saves, is Prosperous. Storms are unknown. That great Irrigation Companies are spend- That 40 Acres of our Volcanic Ash Soil, ing millions of dollars reclaiming our Arid well handled, will net more money each year Lands. than 160 Acres in the Middle West. Tilt YAKIMA C01T! IS TD-MY THE BANNER AGRICULTURAL COITT OF THE STATE! -=To the Home - Seeker^- We say that you do not consult your own interests if, in examining the Northwest for a Location, you fail to inspect Fertile Yaxima. You can purchase tickets direct to North Yakima of any railroad ticket office in the United States, and on arriving the undersigned will take pleasure in showing you a land of plenty, bubbling over with prosperity and success for all who will work to attain it. Yours Truly, FRED R. REED & CO, Lock-Box 3SI ZtsTOIRm YAKIMA, WASinirGTOK PROFESSIONAL CARDS. H. J. BNIVELY, Attorney at Law. |f>Office over Yakima National Bank. North Yakima. Will practlo* in aU the court* of the State and P. B. Uad office*. r. a. bkavii. I a. a. rilbov REA VIS A MILROY', Attorneys at Law. g»W!U practice In aU Court* of the Terri to- y. Special attention given to all U. 8. land offi* c famine**. North Yakima. Wash. aowaao writmr. rasDfAaxm WHITSON St PARKER, Attorneys at Law. .09>omc* in First National Bank Baildii^ 8. O. MORFORD, Attorney at Law. Practices in all Coartt la ths Territory. Es pecial attention to Collections. . w office ap stairs over Paobtar 4 Rom’. North Yakima. JOHN O. BOYLE, Attorney at Law. Office next door to th* United States Land Office T. M. VANCE, ATTORNBY - JL T - LAW, OSes over Pint National Bank. Special at tention given to Uad Office baalnaa*. 8. C. HENTON, JUTIOB Of Uxo PBAOB, NOTARY PUBLIC, U. S. COMMISSIONER. Special attention given collection* and Notary work. Office over Yakima National Bank. O. J. BILL, Phyalclan and Surgeon Special attention given todleeaaeeof women and ehUdrvn. Telephone No. 5. Offiee over Yakima Nat l Bank; Residence on Third street, bet. B and C. O. M. GRAVES, DENTIST. All week la my Una flnfaelam. Ural aneathet »** without pain. Na ißWSkawvmPlratNaHonal Sana. WILSON St ARNOLD, Civil btlmn iMIrUIkU. Surveyor* k Locator* of Government Land*. AU Work. Ghiarhntddd. Office. Lewis-Nagle Block. Tod Floor Yaliia Artesian Well Boring Co. CONTBACTd MADE FOB RINKIN6 4.rteßiau Wells. H. B. BCCODBR. Manager. Office,Lewla-Engle Building, North Yakima. Cashria Per Infante end Children. Oartsris yrsoaSis Plgaatiw, and overcome* Flatulency, Cooetipatioa, Jiour Stomach, Diarrhoea, and Feveriahneaa Thus the child la rsoderad healthy and ita deep lateral Cnatorla contains no Morphine or other narootio property. - (Materia l* *o w*n adapted to children that 1 recommend it aa superior to ear preecr pUoa known to me.” . _H. A. Aacaan. M l) . 11l Booth Oxford St, Brooklyn. If. T. •'1 naa Oaatoria la my practice, and And It 1067 sd Avn., New York. “From uarsoaal knowladga and oban«al|oa I can ear that Caatorta hen excellent madMa for children, acting an a. laxative and renting the peas op bowels and general ayatem very TxaOssTarmOoxrAXT.n Murray Street, N.T. The Gelsbrated French Sure, W SST “APHRODITIHE” SrSSS fie Bold or a POSITIVE GUARANTEE 1 J wrssrsi \ftvT axceasive am of Wlmalaata, Tobacco or opium, IlSsilpsasii assmnssf £iis=M~£==s SOLD BY W. H. CHAPMAN. Sole Atent. North Yakima. Wash. NORTH YAKIMA, WASHINGTON, THURSDAY, MARCH 17, 1892. THE LOCAL MS MEET. Meeting Hens of levs ism liklna ud Its Sibirbs. Bite Uwaalp, Facta, Fancies, Per ewnala, and a Ha4(c*P«4|c at Paragraph* aff Every Deacrlpllwn. J. R. Patton is on the Sound this week. Frank Snipes has gone to Seattle to re side. Harry Coonse now sports a new road cart. T. C. Stone made a brief business visit to Seattle last week. O. A. Fechter was a visitor to the City of Destiny this week. J. R. Coe and Wayne Field left yester day on a brief trip to White Bluffs. Dr. Wm. G. Coe wss called to Hot Springs Monday on professional boainesa. Charles Hampson is over from Puyal lup for the purpose of locating in Yakims. The contrail for H. Keuchler’s new residence has been let to Brooker St Son. R. J. and Mike Mackison left for Wenatchee Sunday to be gone a couple of weeks. City warrants under tbe present regime readily sell for 96 cents, an advance of 5 per cent. Mrs. M. L. Masters left for Ellensburgh Monday on a visit to her sister, Mrs. Ed Lampson. Mrs. Dan Simmons spent several days in Ellensburgh last week visiting her sis ter, Mrs. Harvey Barton. C. W. Liggett returned from Ellens burgh on Saturday last and has taken poeition as foreman of Tu Hnuu Job office. Tub Hbbald can state authoritatively that the double train service will he in augurated by tbe Northern Pacific on the 8d of April. Ben McMurtry and twenty-five men left on Monday for the Nate bees, where they will build an irrigation ditch leading on to O. A. Bailey’s land. Tbe partnership betwesn Ed F. and Will White has been dissolved, the latter retiring, having made arrangements to engage in merchant tailoring at ttpregoe. Mr. Medil, of Tacoma, ia io the city and intend* setting oat a nursery in the Selah ralley. Alexander Gage and wife, of Puyallup, are among the latest arrivals at Yakima from that section. Lane Bros., from Puyallup, are now here and arranging for the opening of their livery stable on First street. Andrew Carnegie and party, who have been visiting California and the Sound, passed through Yakima Tuesday morn ing en route east. J. Hamel, N. P. road master, Attorney L. R. Grimes and James Boyles and wife were among the Ellens burgh visitors io Yakima last week. Mias Charlotte Cudlip, of New West minster, B. C., arrived in the city on Fri day last to apeod a couple of weeks with her sister, Mrs. J. H. Greer. R. Strobach left for Olympia Monday to get plats and the necessary instructions to guide him io the performance of his duties as state land cruiser. The social of the Blue Ribbon club on Friday evening of last week was an en joyable affair and the club’s treasury was enriched to the amount of |4O. Some of the German song bird*, sup posed to have been imported by cilitene of Portland, have taken np quarters in the vicinity of the power house. George Glazier, late engineer of the Ore department, has entered tbe employ of Crippen A Lawrence, and hie entire time Js now devoted to setting up irrigation pomps. Have you paid your subscription to Tn Hkbalo yet? Remember this is tbe fourth year of publication and that it is much easier to pay every year than to allow the amount to accumulate. W. T. Courtney, while loading cattle on to cars at the stock yards Monday, was poshed off of the chute and fell in such a way as to recsive a severe scalp wound. Dr. G. J. Hill dressed the injuries. Superintendent Lawrence has received notice that the semi-annual apportion ment of 9520 from tbe state school food Is now ready for this county. This amount will furnish fuel for all the schools of Yakima. Tbe name of Fred R. Reed has bean canvasssd of late by that gentleman’s friends in connection with several public offices, but Mr. Reed informs Tu Hbbalu , that be Is not a candidate for any office I Peter Bellis and wife arrived here on Tuesday from Puyallup and may conclude to locate. R. Pate has returned from the Cle- Elum country and again taken up bis home here. The apricot trees hereabout are in full bloom and unless a late frost nips them will yield heavily. Meaara. Lombard A Horsley show an evidence of prosperity io a handsome and well built delivery wagon. Frank Curtis, of Puyallup, has pur chased 100 acres of Yakima property and will soon come here to reside. W. H. Hunter, of Gig Harbor, ia in Yakima looking up a new hxatlon. He is much pleased with the city. G. W. Rodman and George Cary have sold their forty acres, situate on the bench, to Alfred Chase for |BS per acre. Col. J A. Taggert was elected president of the first ward republican club, Tuesday evening, and Geo. 8. Courier, secretary. Mrs. J. H. Fairbrook returned to Beat tie Tuesday night, accompanied by her son Lloyd, to finish her medical treat ment. Water has I wen turned into the city irrigation ditches and it will be but a abort time now before tbe trees throw out their foliage. Citisena are asking for the construction of a suitable crossing over the railroad track at A street. This blocking of thst thoroughfare has existed long enough, and it is time that the public was receiv ing a little consideration in this matter. Harry Spinning intends proving op on his Mozee claim shortly, having arranged to irrigate the lands from the Fowler ditch by means of one of the Crippen A Law rence irrigation pomps. He now has a force of men engaged in grabbing the land. M. Probach has returned from a costly trip to Oregon. It was expensive because the Journeyman tailor be left in charge of his store collected In money on accounts and appropriating it to bis own use went on a big drank that landed him in tbe cooler. The following party visited Goal creek this week, where they have taken op homesteads: J. A. Leach and wife, John B. Leach and family, H. L. Tucker and family. Mrs. M. M. Trayner, Peter Walen and A 1 Churchill. J. A. Leach will at . once set out 15,000 grape cuttings and 1000 I fruit trssa on bis Haim. Mrs. J. T. Newland, of Ellensburgh, is in Yakima, the guest of Mrs. B. M. Sav age. Dr. Newland has gone to New York, where, for the next four months, he will take a poet graduate course of lectures. John W. Kelly of the Overland Ever gree, published at EnumcUw, is again in the city. Mr. Kelly’s paper recently con tained a very comprehensive and excellent article on Yakima. The Puyallup Herald and the Roslyn Sru-i recently published extensive and good articles on Yakima. The meHts of this section are beginning to receive proper recognition from the press and tlie public. A call is made for a stallion parade on Saturday, March 26th. Few sections of Washington are as well provided with imported and good blooded horses as Yakima, and the exhibition will in all probability be an attractive one. Bring out vour horses and show that Yakima is doing her share towards improving the stock of the state. The telegraph reports tell of blisxards, tornadoes, snow storms and abandon ment of trains in Dakota, Minnesota and the eastern states, while in Yakima for tlie past three weeks the school children have been gathering bouqueta of wild flowers. This section has so much fine weather that we scarcely realise how favored we are in this respect. The new electric lights for the dty will be placed on the ton of the poles—not suspended between—and if this plan is approved by the council a general change will be made. Under the present system those who have no regard for property rights frequently cut and appropriate the ropes on which the lamps are hung, caus ing the company much annoyance and considerable loss. A new census of the atats of Washing ton is to be taken thia year by the coun ty assessors of the various counties in order that the next legislature can class ify the counties of the stole. The work will be done under the supervision of the state auditor and be completed about the first day of June. Thia census will show th# wonderful growth and progress of the state since the census was taken by the national government in Jane, 1800. How many women who fondly love the golden symbol of their wedding vow know why they wear it on the third fin ger of the left hand? That particular digit was chosen because it was believed by the Egyptians to be directly connected by a slender nerve with the heart Keelf. NO. 8. And then® ancient worshipers of Isis held thi* finger sacrad to Apollo and the son, and therefore gold wae the metal choaen for the Hog. Mias Daisy Bayfield, of Champaign, 111., a cousin of Wm. Roaf, died in this city Saturday, March 12th, of quick con* sumption. Miss Bayfield came to Yak* ima about six weeks ago in company of her father in hopes that this climate would prove beneficial, but the disease lied obtained such a headway that noth* ing could atop it. Mrs. Bay leas arrived here Sunday night, but too late to again aes her daughter in life. On Wednesday the sorrowing parents left with the re* mains for the east. Sheriff Anthony Meade, of Kittitas county, was. in the city Monday on a fruitless search after a witness who bad left the country. He made a visit to Iba artesian wells while here and considers he was well paid for his trip. Mr. Meade says the injunction suit brought to re strain the payment of certain county war rants was the result of the county com missioners creating a current expense fund, and instead of paying off the old warrants applied the receipts of the coun ty to the liquidation of running expenses. Holders of the old series of warrants caw the value of tbeir property depredated to seventy-five cents on the dollar, or even less, for there is no sale for the warrants whatever, and they naturally objected, and the restraining order was the result. Judge Van Foasen tclla a good story on George Haaaard, secretary of the demo cratic state central committee. They were stopping at the Commercial hotel, Hpragne, on the Bth (net., and had spent the evening with Mayor Glasscock, and as they parted the mayor told them that if he gat any news of the Seattle election he would return and give it to them. He came, hot in the meantime Haaaard bad gone to bed. When Mr. Glasscock told him of the triumph of the democracy he exclaimed in the Joy of hie heart, “now burn the hotel!" In Ilia than an hoar, amid the glare of the flames from the horning hostelry, the iw—kliil citisens of Sprague saw the attenuated form of the state secretary clothed only in his night gown, with his clothes nndsr his arm, climbing over the porch Infore the hotel. Even Haaaard thought this celebration of the Seattle election unnec essarily brilliant and grumbled. Captain J. H. Thomas la preparing to build s tenement boose In the essteni part of the city.