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THE MIA HERALD.
into EVEBV TI(UUI. n.UU PER ANNUM. IN ADVANCE. Uwtims U. Sms HtGota. Official Paper of Norik Yakima. KMMITK MUTT MiTOTMT CALL Puissant to a cell made by tbs democratic stats central comislttaa. a convention of the ssuss tame democratie satioosl convention, which Own rtstsgnts at bugs from each product. ops dslsgat* for seek ton vote# sad os* dates*ts for •SsSnsettoa thereof east for the Hon. Thomas Carroll, doinoeruUc candidate for congress, at “ssrsi esuShssussls to rapreasntaUo* as follows, vl* ; North *Ysklm* . .I!;".’!.’"!!"! V 17 sSfssii*:" ■ -1 Wanes .• 6 Yakima City ft It la raromsteaded by the committee that pal maty elections for the vsrtoas products be held on Saturday, May 14th. USS. at l o’clock n m. By order of tko county eantral committee. i. B. Kas vis. Chairman. Bamseralle iasuty Clak Meeting. Not Ira la hereby cl van that thar* will he a ■sstlag at the Democratic County Club on «*t- WfdayTMay a, IMS, Immediately after the close at the Democratic Coanty Convention. It Is argsolly recommended that each precinct organise a club on tbs day ol primaries sad sand representatives to the Central dab. B. M. SAVAGE. C. W. LIGGETT. Chairman. Secretary. Pbosably the moss just criticism that can be passed upon those who took part in the production of tbe drama "A Scrap of Paper,” last week, is their strsnge lack of knowledge in tbe science of kissing. The decadence of this art as exemplified by the acton is a sad commentary upon the appreciation of a people and their ca pacity to enjoy on# of tbe most entranc ing of sensation and choicest blessings of nature. If tbs fear of bacilli is going to Moca a young man to pass alluring Bps and amplant a kiss on tbe back of a ■ girl’s neck, the sooner escalation is aban doned tbe better. If esthetic testes are to be rudely shocked by efforts that would not do justice to tbe scullery maid and the boisterous stable boy tbs quicker kissing becomes one of tbe lost arts, to be revived only as a sweet remembrance, the happier we shall all be. One would not think of enjoying tbe delicate fra grance of n rose by smelling of tbe twig on which H Mooned. Neither would the epicure endeavor to appease the cravings of bis appetite by gnawing at tbe shell in toothsome mollusk is housed. Why, certainly not; and right here in tbe •vent of this play being reproduced Thb Huuld desires Ur he on record as in favor of the kissing section being eliminated, or oiaa that tbe sentiment of the piece he carried ont with that delirious realism that will make a fellow glad his best girl is by bis side, but sorry that no one boa in vented an electric light that can he lamed * nwsy down low. Yakima county is experiencing a period of active prosperity, sod rapidly attain ing a solid groundwork for steadily in creasing wealth, from which there can be do failure. Her magnificent sage brash bench lands are being brought un der irrigation, and settlers of a class who will be does cultivators are steadily com ing in. The irrigation neighborhoods in the Moxee valley end those of the Nat chesa valley‘are experiencing a decidedly healthful boom of this character, but the most notable program is obeervable in the Soanyside country, Just below North Yakima, where the great canal of the Northern Pacific, Yakima A Kittitas Irri gation company la ia construction. Twenty-five miles art completed and five miles more soon will be. Over 3,000 acres of land have been sold by the com pany, In ten to lorty*ncre tracts, which are being cleared sad planted; and now the company has decided, owing to the rapid demand, to advance the price of its leads end water rights on Jhe 15th of May from the present price of |45 to SSO and $66 per acre. Yakima has never had such a season of rata before within the memory of the oklml settler, and the people are begin ning to thlak that a little sunshine is a pretty agreeable thing to have about. Boom blame the present condition to the irrigation ditches, but it to mainly laid to th* settlement in thin valley of many Pnyallupers and people hailing from other porta of the Sound country. Dnr teg April 46-100 of an inch of rain fail, while an far tbia month considerable •ter an inch baa fallen, and In one day, Tuesday, 81-100 of an inch is shown as the record breaker. The consensus of opin ion seams to be that Jopiter-Pinvloa is firing on too much of a good thing, and that if he would scatter his farora a little more the sense of appreciation wouUf be land office, has loaned instructions to lo cal tend officers to the effect that ex-reg fators and reeel rets are to be disbarred from acting as attorneys in any case that has boon before them while In the sendee of the government. This order ladoobt teto the roanh el the aearch-Hgbt that Tan Huuld threw on ex-Begister Ira A. Krnts. ______ Spokane Spokesman: North Yakima la a remarkable town, bat nothing she has done la mors remarkable than the fact that bar city council and mayor bare boon unanimously indorsed by 127 lend- Yakima are remarkable phenomena. Tat election on Monday vh consider ably mixed with bed whiskey end the retail wee several exhibitions not at ell creditable to the town or thane who par ticipated. Yakima has always had the reputation of being a very orderly place and this reputation should be maintained by the city guardians without fear or favor. If a small man carrying a big amount of whiskey marches unsteadily up the street, with a gun almost as large as himself strapped to his side, he should be promptly arrested. If a large man pulls off his coat, draws his gun jumps into the street and advisee the officers to let the little man come on, be also should suffer for au infraction of the law. If an officer of the municipal gov ernment dramatically wavea his anna and shouts, “1 go. but to rsturn armed.” punish him for disturbing the peace, even though he does not return for several days. If the offenders do not like this policy let them go where each violations of the law are permitted. There is a place called Middles borough that la es pecially suited for such conduct. It la impossible to say whether it is in Ken tucky. Virginia or Tennessee, for it is right at the junction of the three states, and clearly in all of them. There a mao can stand in Kentucky aod put a ball in bis Virginia townsman, for some political indiscretion, step over into Tennessee and bid defiance to the officers of the other states. This condition does not exist here and if a man wants to put on red paint and disturb the peace and imperil life in this community he should be mede to suffer lor his actions. Tacoma Herald . Furthermore, there are other reaaoaa for believing that a new era in railroad building la about to dawn upon na. The Yakima. Hatcfaeea A Eastern Railroad company organised in North Yakima last week by well-known wealthy men east of tbe mountains, to build through Natrhees pass is belie red in certain railroad circles on this side of the mountains to be a Chicago, Burling ton A Quincy Railroad company enter prise. This road is already constructed out this way as far as Great Falls, Moot. The Illinois Central, the Rock Island, the Wabash and ail the great western rail roads will one by one follow the leader, tbe great Northern Pacific, to which all honor is due aa tbe pioneer. Tax very latest in national politics is that Blaine soya frankly to tboee who speak to him on the subject that he ie oat of the fight to stay; and that Cleveland, in answer to Henri Wsttereon’s state ment that be was preparing a letter of withdrawal, wrote that be “bad nothing to say.” Next week there will probably be some more news, bat that it whl be oi soy more importance than this is doubt ful. Shortly after tbe conventions have been held Tux Hesald will be able to present something authentic as to who will be associated with Cleveland and Harrison on their respective tickets. There will be nothing of especial interest In this line much before that time. Col, Nick Owreoa, of Olympia, tells the Seattle frwTimn that hs is ‘‘abso lutely out of politics.” The colonel never spoke words more true, and if be didn't exactly believe them himself he would soon become Convinced by running for office. Tbe only wonder is bow he staid in so long. Seattle Prtu-Timn: A Bill baa been introduce*) in tbe Ohio Legislature making it a felony for a man to claim a title which docs not lidong to him. Such a measure, if carried out in Washington, would land a large and thoroughly respectable fraction of onr population in the penitentiary. Waterville Ikmoert: We congratu late our Yakima friends oa tlieir great irrigating enterprise. If the irrigating company does not secure a tariff on the rain, snow and dew to protect the "infant industry,” it will doubtless be of great benefit to that section of the country. Hon James Knox headed an excuraioo party of about forty, who arrived here Thuraday night to view the great Yak- ima country. More exenraiooists will be here this afternoon from Walla Walla, and another party this evening from Puy allup. Among those who came in Thurs day were Byron Barlow and Byron Young, of Tacoma; Judge John Kelly, of Enomclaw, and Louis Lachmond, H. E. McGowan and 8. C. Kimball, of Puy allup. James Knox brought over with him from Puyallup. Thursday, a great market basket loaded with tewjmd Marshal Neil roam, gathered in hiaown garden, which to one of tbe finest in the state. Mr. Koox has a Marshal Neil rosebush that to 38 feet in height, and to a perfect bower of bloeeoma. James Curran *s new grocery store has been stocked with goods bought for cash and In this way the lowest prices have been obtained. Cash customers can reap the benefit of three tow prices by trading with Curran. It. The contest of Wolf vs. Black, now on bearing at the land office, involves n pre emption claim on which Mr. Black to trying to prove up, while Mr. Wolie, who was at ooe time a contractor on the Ktooa ditch, hoe a desert filing on the earns piece of land. It is on the Yakima river, down near the Baxter ranch. James Curran has fitted up aad opened n very attractive grocery store in the Lowe boildiog, on Yakima avenue, to which be invitee the attention am! in spection of the public. Watch the col umns of Jam Huuld lor bis advertise ment which will appear next seek. It. —Honest workmanship is the beat ad verttoement C. E. McEwen can have lor hie hern see. bridles and saddles. They fire cheaper than inferior art idee because they flkvc the lasting qualities and al ways look well. * TO KMLTI MIL lUffi MUH. A MMisr EiflMlsa—rillr Miner* M|hUellr NMllanS—WMewa ■ad Orphan* Left Swrtllils. A brief dispatch received hare Tuesday afternoon brought meager particular* of a terrible explosion and consequent heavy loss of life, which occurred at the Roalyn mines about 1:1 ft that afternoon. Anx ious friends of the miners endeavored to get farther news, bat the wires ware kept warm on company business and in con veying the details to the Associated Free*, no that few particulars were re ceived before the arrival of the daily pa pers. How the accident occurred will probably never be known, aa none who were in the Mope lived to tell the tale. A driver had just came ont of the mine when the explosion occurred, and he, with bis mules and car, was knocked over, aod a mao a hundred feet away was bruised through4he effects of the concus sion. The part of the mine in which the explosion occurred was a slope 2,600 feet long, which runs down at an angle of 20 degrees. There are seven levels, end the men were scattered along from tbs third to the seventh. The first bodies found by the rescuing party were about 1500 feet down the elope, and aa these were badly mutilated and the explosion occurred be yond thie point, all hopes of any of the forty-four being alive who were known to be in the mine was abandoned. The work of the rescuing party was necessar ily slow, aa bulkheads had to be boilt strains! the accumulated gas. The scene outside of the mine was a sad one. The miners were mostly mar ried, and the white and black families of the unfortunates held vigil at the month of the slope, notwithstanding that the rain descended all day and all night. When darkness fell a huge bonfire was built, and there the hopeless widows and orphans camped. The miners have not been employed more than a third of their time during the past winter, and their condition was one of from-hand-to-mouth poverty, and their families wilf be left destitute. The explosion can only be ac counted for on the tlieory that doe pre caution was not taken in driving tbe gas out of the levels; but whether it was the result of blasting, the use of so expossd lamp, or other piece of carelessness will never be settled. The following b a list of those who were in the mine, as near aa is known; Richard Forsythe and son, Herman Deus ter, Philip Davies, James Morgan, Mich ael Reynolds, Michael Hale, John Laf feity, Dan McClellan, Jim Howston, P. Loving (colored), Joe Bennett, Joseph Cusworth sod Joseph Cnsworth jr.. John Hodgson, Perry Campbell, Sidney Wright, Robert Graham, Charles Palmer,Winfred Steels, Jacob Weatherly, Thomas Hardy, Thomas Reese and son. J. L. Pollard (col ored), Joseph Ismay, Frank Peony, An drew Eriander, Mitchell Ronald, Thomas Brennan, John Poster, Thomas Holmes, William Hague, George Morris, Ben Ustliir, Frank Ewing (colored). E. Jackson (colored), Tob Cooper (colored), Domino Danko, Joseph Hodgee, J. D. Davies, John Zeoce, J. Mattes, W. Williams (colored), Scott Giles (colored), John Bone, George Moses. J. D. Lea is, Robert Spotts, Jueeph Broaitt, George Brooks. Whaa Bakg was rick, ws gs*s hsr Castor*. Whssahswma Child, ah* erkd for Caatori*. When ahs became Mia*, alts clung to CoMoria. Whmahs had Children, aho g»»a them Cnslorla. Katie* is Hay airnwsra. The Hop Growers’ Association of Yak ima will meet on Saturday, May 14th, at North Yakima at one o'clock p. in. All bop growers are requested to attend. 15-21 Wallace Wilxy, Ser, Far awls, A large, fine looking bay mare; good single driver; travels well end is as sound as a dollar. A good bargain. Enquire at this office. _ !5-2t. hr Ini. Four-room bouse and garden. Apply to John Scharf, second liouae on the left hand side of West Walnut street after croming the railroad track. 14-lf Wants*. 100.000 pounds of onions. Apply to R. Sampson, N. P. depot. 7-tf Wants*. 100.000 pounds of onions. Apply to R. Sampson, N. P. depot. 7-tf When yon boy Victor floor yon patron ise a home industry, sod your money is not sent to Walla Walla or some other place, never to return, bat is left in Yak ima. Never thought of that? Well, hereafter buy the Victor flour, which is the beet and cheapeat in the market and can be bad in nearly every store. 18-tf More or leas la said In every bouse about the sewerage construction; never mind, it will be completed in good shape, so change the subject and go to (he kitch en and see if your flour seeks are stamped with red letters. “The Victor;” if not. order Victor floor the nest time sad en joy the floe cakes and bread it makes. The Victor Is n home production. IMf H. U Waleo, the shoemaker, has purchased the Trayner boot and shoe store on First street, sad can give good satisfaction to tbs public, both In ready made and custom made boots aad shoe* and in repairing. 14-tf The epeAd illustrated edition of Tam Hnuu>. in wrappers randy for mailing, can be had at this office at ten cents n copy. No better immigration document lor sending to Mends nod acquaintances in the matron be had. tie nun » i hiwim m. MIIW taillcr Telle •( HU BlfcH* •in Villi ■illllii tor | llt li ik« takHM >lm. Northwest M ago tint; A narrow eet-ape from drowning ia worth mentioning hero, not because of the acrident itself, lor per ilone adventures happen every day and many people come into imminent danger of sadden death, but on account of a pe culiar mental experience. In crooning a trecherooa ford on an arm of the Yakima river, in Waahington, our wheel-home became entangled in the gearing of the leadera, and the team awung the wagon into deep water. Two of my compankma Jumped out in time to find footing where the flood waa leaa than waiat deep, and to be reamed by a man on horoehack who towed them aabore. A third waa a val iant awimmer and reached the ahore in safety. 1 waa thrown under the over tamed wagon, clung dceperately to the box, loot my hold, grasped a wheal which •lipped from ray hand. Rank twice, then, riling again, aelxed the forelock of one of the straggling home* and waa reamed by a brave fellow who came with a boat Joat in the nick of time. Ho much for the ad venture. On oinking the earned time my con ecioosneea teemed to divided into two distinct personalities, an intelligent physical being hkttling for life in the icy flood and a serene spiritual being looking on the efforts of Mr companion with per fect calmness, indifferent about the result and possessed by a delightful sense of peace. There was also aome sense of curiosity as to what the death experience, now imminent, would prove to he for the corporal man—won Id it be long and pain ful and would the body ever be recovered for friends to mourn over? But these questions did not touch very closely the Maher intelligence, who waa rather glad to be released from partnership with the poor fellow in the water and he set free to go elsewhere. As soon as I had caught the able of tits host the serene personality vanished and I was merely an ordinary mortal, gasping, chilled and exhausted. This phenomenon of the doable coasrioesDees has been felt by many people when in the near presence of death, and their experiences are re corded in books on physical investiga tions. It seems to be an important proof of the independent existence of the soul. WuM. A competent Janitress wishes rooms to clean; inquire at this office. Tfce Emms for IS. Tacoma Herald: The Yakima Urralo is still receiving notices of its recent spec, lal illustrated number from the press all over the country. If it were not deserved it would not be so. hr hit. Ten tons best fertiliser t> be had, and cheap, by IUO pounds and np. J. M. Ools, lfi-2t Pnyallup-Yakima Nurseries. ASftrtlaH ».*M*r till. Letters uncalled for at the postoffice at North Yakima for the week ending May 14.1WJ: Dixon, John Dickerson. Dirk Greed. Miss Linds Glssue. George H liken bottom, Mrs Hansaker. David Joyce, Thomas Lanigso, W Joimsson, Hanna Miller, Charles Larson, L. H. Parrot, C. C. Pollard. Miss Mary Robinson J. W. Shaman. A. D. Spencer. Clifford Rlverly, W. L. Scbler, J. Y. Pmoni culling (or any of the above letters please give the date on which ad vertised. Robbbt Dim*. P. M. AaaMßMawai. On and alter March Ist, 10H2,1 will do a general land office and real estate busi ness. Will also deal in relinquishments. Office in U. 8. land office building, down stairs. J. H. Thomas, ft-tf Late Register (7. H. Land Office. Lombard A Horsley have received an immense and well selected stock of wall papers. Give them a call before buying elsewhere. * Order yonr window screens and door screens of W. D. Hcott. All sites famish ed on short notice. 18t(. —Choice oats and chop barley for sale at North Yakima Roller Mills. 14-tf —Go to C. E. McEweoa for ladies' aide saddles. He has a splendid stock. • Leave orders with W. D. Scott for win dow and door screens. IStf. —Take Tub Hbbau> and keep posted. The new railroad means soccssa and more manufacturers for North Yakima. The Roller mill waa the first plant erected and tha Victor floor Is a succesa. Every body boys it, and all tha leading grocers sell it. 16-tf A Sraat Um ■sdklse. Dr. Gunn’s Improved Livsr Pills ars are a sore core lor sick headache, bilious complaints, deyspepela. indirection, root ire ness, torpid Hvar, etc. These pills in sure perfect dijsetkm, correct the livsr and stomach, regulate the boweiea. parity and enrich the blood and make the skin clear. They also produce a food appitite and invigorate and strengthen the entire system by their tonic. They only Yeqolre one pill lor s does end never gripe or sicken. Sold st Sficta. a bos by Jaoeck’s Pharmacy. land ftm hik by Mm Tbsrs baa no doobl base more Ursa of child ran saved from death In eroep or whooping cough by the oos of onions than any oihsr known remedy. Oer mothers nssd to make pooltloes of them, or a syrup, which waa always sflectoal in breaking op a eongh or cold. Dr. Goon’s Onion Syrap Is mods by combioiog n law remedies with it which makes it wore ef fective as a medicine and dsstwys the taate and odsr of the onto*. Me. Sold by Ja—fk*e Pharmacy. ■•TUT BAKKR. cWairrax av C. I*. Scmicmtl. i TU on Paget aeaad I tore la mam. Where ML Baker nan kia virgin aaowa Above the •luma of prow* Fairhaven. where he threw* ■II* morning shadow o'er waters that rave end foam. When, ‘round wboee awful base tall plnec do moan, And the evergreen fair aud • lately cedar grew*; rboogh now I'm sitting la my former hone— The ground ageln I* covered o’er with winter •new*: The merry belli again are 'round me ringing, And all la gay an*: happy a* la yean agoue. Sul my mind olttlmc* reverts to grander wenes, Great mountain*, see* aud forest* rcapi-earluc And again 1 taney in my idle dream* That I’m baaklng la the ihadow* of ML Baker * gilded dome, talk not to me of Alpine are nee, nor yet Where dreed Veenvln* bold* hi* awfnl reign; Nor where ML Rvereat peer* above the cloud* that float Among grand peak* which form Himalaya's mighty chain. Thlk not of acene* where roll* the culled Rhine. And where artistic dome* like mountain* rise; Nor where Surat* yearn* to reach the starry depth*. And Chtmboraso's smoke Invade* the skle*. But let me view ML Raker’* lordly peak. Where. In lonely grandeur, be may be seen Arrayed throughout the sceaon* In nature'* garb Of everlaatlng white and green. And which I never can forget. Ko. I never ran forget that glorious sight Which met mygaseon* evening a*l Wood Upon Fairhaven'* heights, in solitude. I strolled about, when lo! I raw the grand, while Summit of ML Baker looming up in eight. A *1 Ivory cloud bed hovered 'round hi* hoary head; A coat of newly-fallen snow bed spread O'er hie majestic brow a sheet of white. Glittering like aome Blysiea throne on high. O’ glorious mount, *o hrantlfnl and sublime, How many yean, yes age*, have gone by Since first the mow like frosted rim* Fell upon your rugged brow, to -hlnc With heavenly beauty through all time? Pray how many? Bloomirutom. 8. D.. April 10. Dr. Savage will be found at hia office on Yakima avenue from 10 a. in. to 4 p. m. Resilience in Wide Hollow, at the old Shew place. 16-tt G. 11. Stolp, of Ksn FrHn. io.-o, who vis ited North Yakima last week, was inter viewed by a Spokane Spoketma a reporter, and the following was incorporated in hia remarks: “I don’t believe yon appre ciate the wonderful riches of this state. I have juat spent several days in and near Yakima, and the results achieved there by irrigation astonishes me.* It is my candid opinion that Washington will in a few years be noted as one of the great est fruit raising states in the nnion. The Yakima country is nature’s home for the prune. That fruit especially, I believe, is destined to thrive there as in no other place.” I Morning: Noon H Night.; Good til the time. It removes, i the languor of morning, sus- ( 1 tains the energies of noon, lulls ] I the weariness of night. i Hires delicious, sparkling, appetizing. * Dwi't b* dawteiJ If a daalar.fcr dmaab* ] | •f l»rf*r proftt, wll* you mm otWr kted WalnlMSia . la •• good •• tba gaautea Htasa'. ( Nnfri. One bay mar* and on* dark bar bona; both branded on left •boulder with bottla brand; the bone la also branded on left thigh with aatarand bar ovar It; both bare whits apoia on forehead; aim barncaa mark* on them. The owner will par 910 reward fo any one flndtn* aaid horae* Add re** J. A. WIIJION. )« 4t Taanaway, Waab. Barber Shop ill Bali Rooms. A deair* u> call the attention of the public to tb* fmt that I am now located la tba Steiner bnlldlos on Ysklms Arena* which 1 bare at tractlraly Sited and farnlahad Barber Shop and Rath Eooma. Irerytlui New aid Man, and aattafactory work niarantaed. **• I*. JORDAN. Prop. Notice if Sale of Beal Estate AT PUBLIC AUCTION. OTIC g Is hereby civen that la paraaaaoa of £k"fi2r;i ■laris *7 l >* '■’U' ?! ■» *■»*» IJ- U. .to wj* j»«i w!i? 4 ii!f‘s‘ - f.a l * imm to thU Sgßn&wahJ'se ass f “ «n th. nrtl. till. u. ImtarMt itu of thsasld James M. A<lama at the time of bla 2TSSS: “Lft 1 «k? aSl latUiit of the eetate of nM dseesssd In aad to all that Ef«>S3sSS3 tows, to Wit: The north halt 18. *) of saaih sH7l» Tsaiis ass Cowairtoas or Sats -Ows half of Sg&UBSiSsSs ssSs’jr-s.’ar - 1 »- —- A A y "tot eeatwyaaews at expeaae of war bo you comit i> y ternwwr ihit m litth fl—gfc DOCTOR ACKER’S ■NCLISH REMEDY Win Mop a Oomph at Mf Mm ud Ort Um won! Cold la HahthNN. ASI Owt MfifiU aywiyw SIOO toPiitert XT. IT TW POOP. Mle-nsfer CaHirr Cntnt. U H. Land Ornm—Noam Yakima, Wash..l April 7, IWi. I i AON PLAINT HAVING HERN ENTERED AT V.> this ofilee by John J. Armstrong egalnet Charles A. i.lveeley for failure to comply with lew as to Timber Cnltnre Entry No. IBM. dated April », law. upon lota 1 and 2, auction 90. town ship U. north range is east. In Ynklmn County. Wash., with e view In the cancellation of mM enlr.; contestant alleging that raid Charles A. Live.ley died during the spring of IWI, and no work on the Mid WW N*V sec. 90. twp. 14. N K IH K. has been done by tbe said I.lveeley during his life time: that ha failed to plow or canM to be plowed Ms acres the second >eer after filiug, and the law providing fur tbe timber culture of the Mid entry has not beau compiled with, tbe said parties, tne heirs of Charles A. I.lveeley, de ceased, era hereby summoned to appear at this ofilee on the iSth day of May. IW, at 10 o'clock e. nt., to respond and furnish testimony con cerning said alleged failure. II • I. S HOW LETT. Register MdiWii Nnrseries, J. I. OGLE, Proprietor. MYaliffla, Wash, for Fall, 1892: 200.000 Red Winter Apple Tree*. IQO.OuO Prune Teem. Ad,UK> Cherrv Tree*. 60,000 Peer Treen. ■'xi,oi)o Peach ami Apricot Tree*. 5o,00»> Grape Vine*. 600.000 (jkMMeberry,Citrr«nt, Rn*pl terry and Blackberry. Isirtligale ud Sappli Viir Wilts al law. LOST OR STOLEN. rpwo horaea: on* onrivl. branded M on left X obonlder. ’l£t* other a bltta-roan, branded vltb anchor on right hip. Return to the an deroianad ami receive reward FBKD STKININOER. Or Taeker'a Stable. I«t I. Make jour home look nice and feel Itood. Plenty of No. 1 onto and tyrlcy at the North Yakima Roller mills. 14-tf f MOMS COMFI! LAIS Are Now on the IVlarket. TERM© One-tenth cash; no payment until end of Third Year, then FOUR EQUAL ANNUAL PAYMENTS, at six per cent interest. Double the Usual Water Right. These lands rank with the best in Yak ima County. The terms are such that no man can afford to be without a por tion of them. Beyond the first small payment Tlist Tty Bimini Lads Will Far Ttasite Oil Come and see my Hlats, let me show you the lands, and I Teel sure that you will embrace this opportunity of ac quiring valuable land for comparatively nothing. ]. o. Film, Eslilna Slid, NORTH YAKIMA, WASHINGTON. (IRISH PETE) a fv . ■ • A Big Sensation I TB/8 SWELL IS COTTISO A BIT I . OF A DASH, BAB JOVE. f Walen A Imsland i' New Teams and New Buggies fisasasssM (In Tkw i Cill VkM Th Vut i D( - —~ " “ WAIJW « IMai.AKP. Summons by Publication. In the Superior Court of Yakima Count ft, S ate of Workington. J. R. LEWIS. i Plaintiff, a \ ttm. t>(. CHARLES L. LULL. ] C. R. GKAPION. | GEORGE W. HALCB. ! Defendants. j Action brought In the Buparior court of Yak ima count., itste of Washington. at North Yak# Im* and complaint lied la the o.lk-o of the clerk of aald court on the seoon I day of Jnly, To the above named Defendant, C. K. Or f ton; Yon are hereby notified that J. R. Lew la, plaintiff, baa filed a complaint again* yon In the Buperor court of Yaklmn <oujity, state of Washington. at North Yakima, which will come on f» le heard a xty day a alter the first pnMha’lon of ih'fi summons. tuwlf: H a y data after tbe 12th day of May. ÜBS. and unless you appear and answer the same or or before the l>Tih day of July. law. the hum will be taken as confessed and the prayer of said com plaint granted. the object aud prajer of eald complaint and the nature and object uf the action la to obtain judgment against tbe defendant Charles L. Lull lor Ilou.au, the balance upon a promissory note, dated Dept is tans, with lulereet st the rate of eight per eeut. per annam from Jnne 77, .•*l. until paid, audio forrlose a mortgage Sven to secure said note, upon lota flva and six, block 10*. la tbe city of North Ynklmn. ac cording to tbe plet of record In the ofilee of the county auditor of Mid Yakima countv. and to forever bar and foreclose ell the equity end re demption of each and every of Mid defendants In and to Mid premises. Witness my band and tbe seal of Mid cegau Superior Court, affixed tbla 7th day uf May. A. D. IMS. DUDLEY ERHRLMAN. County Clerk and clerk of the Superior Court Photographs Now la the lime for yon ell to get your pictures taken. Get them at s Eaitoai'i PhoM Tent On Second Street, opposite lombard * Horsley's, uear Conn House. £gp*N. B. I finish all plcfureann the new ArlM.UyjH-vajuT. which makes CaMnent Photopapis Korfbe next five day Cabi net Photograph* eaa be had $2.50 Per Dozen M.S. EASTMAN From Portlakzid. FOR SALE. SIXTY tirade Holstelu-Frcaian cows. Deep milker*. Reasonable price. If yon want e good cow now is yonr chance. H. B HCC’DDER, 1W- Magee. “Victor” means victory for your pock ets an.; tables—and so doe* the Victor flour. Ask yonr ipocer for (his hrend. if