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FOR SALE—A two and one-half hore. power gasoline engine ln excellent repair at a bargain. Call at this office. 1.-tr* FOR SALE — Eggs for hatching from selected Buff Wyandottes and Brown Leghorns at $I.oo*per setting. See D. A. Gillette, Ahtanum. 7-3 m FOR SALE —Eighty acres sagebrush (very best) land, good fence, nine miles west of city, on the Ahtanum, under the proposed Tieton canal; $60.00 per acre, half cash, balance at 8 per cent Interest, time to suit purchaser If taken soon. Apply "J. C." this office. 8-tf FOR SALE—Saddle pony, perfectly gentle, color brown bay, price $40. Four Bronze turkey hens and one Tom, 200 egg incubator $10. Ad dress "Mc" this office. S-tf FOR SALE—One of the finest farms In the Ahtanum valley, well Im proved; two acres in fruit; 80 acres plow land; flne spring of water and good water right with land. One of the best dairy ranches in the Yakima valley, and very cheap, too. Terms. Address "B" care Herald. 46* FOR SALE—Eight Barred Plymouth cockerels. Call on or address Mrs. J. S. Young, Selah Valley. R. F. D. No. 5. *-tf LOANS. LOANS —The Netherlands American Mortgage Company le prepared to make farm loans over $1000: rate 7 per cent; no delay. Apply to C Dameyer, Agent, No. 428 Alaaks Bldg., Seattle. Waah. 41-tf • MONEY TO LOAN. $1900 or $2000 to loan on first mortgage farm property. 8-4t E. G. _ECK. Worked Like a Cliarui. Mr. D. N. Walker, editor of that spicy journal, the Enterprise, Louisa Va., says: "I ran a nail in my foot last week and at once applied Buck len's Arnica Salve. No inflammation followed: the salve simply healed the wound." Heals sores, burns and skin diseases. Guaranteed at C. C. Case's drug store. 2 se. Local Notes. T. W. Trelchmann ls building a cosy home on his 20 acre tract west of Summit View. Mrs. Phelp*s of Fort Simcoe is tho guest ot her daughter, Mrs. Merri man, 10 2 South Selah avenue. Mrs. John S. McClure returned Saturday from the Sound, where she has been visiting. She was ac companied by Miss Merrltt, who wil' be her guest for a few weeks. Iver Mitchell Erickson received his final papers of naturalization Sat nrday from Judge Rigg. Erickson was born at Silkeburg. Denmark, October 24, 1876. ' A forty-foot road Is being openeJ ob the section line about one-hall mile west of the Summit View school. This will facilitate travel between the Wide Hollow and Nat chez districts. The new Presbyterian mission in Modern Addition Ii well tinder wav under the direction of Q, B. Wise the contractor. II is expected that ' It will bo ready for occupancy in ; couple of weeks. Patrick Mullins of this city has gone to Butte, Mont., to look after bis mining intere-ts. Miss Maude Woodmansee of San Francisco is visiting in the city, the guest of Jack Callahan and hi-s sis ter. Mis Woodmansee Is a niece of Mr. Callahan. Matt Dooley of this city has -pur chased four excellent work horse; from Thorpe Roberts of Mabton. Mr. Dooley also secured several othor valuable horses at Mabton. The father and mother of Dr. A J. Helton are expected ln the city ■ome time in April. They will prob ably make their home here. At the present time they reside ln Illinois. J. B. MacFarland is In the city from Flora, 111. He Is a brother of Miss Florence MacFarland and a friend of Mr. and Mrs. J. _ Hughes. He will probably make his borne here. W. O. Sanders, who has been em ployed as a linotype operator In this city for some time, expects to visit hla old Pennslyvanla home In the near future. He has resigned his position owing to Ul health. A meeting will be held here Sat urday of the cabinet officers of the Dalles and Walla Walla destrlcts of tha Epworth League, to arrange a program for the conference of ths two districts which will be held here In Uaj or June. Harry A. Van, happy Van, an old time minstrel, who ls known from the Onlf of Mexico to VaJJes, near _hw north pole, arrived yesterday In advance of hla show that will ap pear here Thursday and Friday eve ning!. Van reports red lemonade aa the latest tad ter weak stomach. Mrs. T. H. Dry and daughter, Mis 3 Bessie Dry, who are visiting relatives and friends at North Yakima, will return home next week.—Hover Sunshine. The contract for the Yakima brew ery building will be let today. It will be of. brick E. F. Downs of North Yakima was ln town last week. He will run a billiard room and cigar stand ln the Yakima brew, cry building when completed. .. .Mr. Coffin of Coffin Bros, of North Yakima and other towns, was ln Pasco the first of the week furtively inquiring Into the cost of city prop erty. N. R. Sylvester, who piloted him about, reports that he may In vest some here.—Pasco Express. Howard Wright of North Yakima, representing the Paciflc Fruit and Produce Co. of Tacoma, has been In town the past week buying apples for the Sound country. Monday he loaded a car of apples purchased from C. R. Gillett, E. O. Wilson and Williamson Bros. There were 1118 boxes in the lot, comprising Ben Davis, Winesap and Black Twig va rieties, and the purchase price paid was $1173. —Prosser Record. Charles Jones has returned from Ontario, where he has been pursuing a course In a veterinary college. In honor of the birthday of her daughter. Mrs. Rovia Parshali, 613 South Fourth street, entertained sev eral guests at dinner Friday noon. W. S. Cameron and wife of Win nipeg, Manitoba, are here o-n a brief visit to the former's brother, Dr Cameron. Mr. Cameron is looking for a good location in the west, hav ing had his extensive wholesale hard ware business destroyed by fire the latter part of January. Mr, Cameron and wife will after a few days go to Victoria and Vancouver, but may re turn here later. NOVEL CURE FOR COLDS. Healing Medication that is Breathed. Giving Quick Relief. It seems just as ridiculous to put medicine into the stomach to cure a cold in the head or lungs as it does to go out in the rain if we want to keep dry. The fact that many people right in North Yakima cough and hawk aud snuffle for days and weeks af ter they treat a cold with the usua! stomach dosing, show.s how valueless are the ordinary cough and cold cures. The right way to cure a cold in the head or a cough and irritation In the throat and lungs, is by breakup, Hyomei's medicated air. Put a few drops of Hyomei in the neat pocket inhaler that comes with cv. cry outfit and breath this healing air for a few times and immediate relief will be noted. The medication right to the spot where the disease germs are located and renders them harmless in the future. At the same time the soothing an-l healing effects of Hyomei on the lr. ritated mucous membrane give quick relief, and the cough or cold is brok en up. The best evidence of the great value of Hyomei ln curing coughs, colds and all bronchial troubles ls the fact that C. C. Case gives an ab solute guarantee with every outfit he sells, that If It does not give satis faction, the money will be refunded. A complete Hyomei outfit, consist ing of a bottle of Hyomei, the in haler and a medicine dropper, costs but $1, while extra bottles of Hyo mei, if needed, can be obtained for only 50 cents. MOCKERY OF APFI-CTION. The appearance of a broken-heart ed, demented man ln North Yakima, a man who performs ludicrous feats merely because his mind is unsound has been the cause of much merri ment, and from this merriment a pertinent lesson may be drawn. The world over it is a habit to laugh at deformity and make light of misery With a weight of affliction on his mind and*an agonizing torment of pain racking his body, this poor mac became insane and was thereby made the butt of ridicule and the' subject of Jest. Probably ln a tlioughtles. manner those who watched turned iway with a smile on their faces knowing not that this man was fight ing a fight against grief and wa- overwhelmed with a pain which would not leave him. Sorrow should be met with sympathy and not with jeers, deformity should draw forth the helping hand, not the Idle, care less Jest and the sneering smile. • Judge H. B. Rlgg will leave for Ellensburg to swear In Judge Kauff man of that city. Judge Kauffman was recently appointed to the su perlor court bench of Kittitas county. Read The Morning Herald. NORTH YAKIMA AFMSCALPS BOYS HOPE TO WIN AT PULLMAN Many Schools to Compete For Lead ing Inierscholastic Honors of State. North Yakima High School will be represented In the track meet at Pull man In May. It will be remembered that the local High School had strong representation at the meet last year, and captured four points. The 20 yard hurdle was tied by Earl Green of Yakima.. The points of fered on this race were five for first placeand three for second. As the race was tied, It was decided that each school should have four points and should toss up for the medal which was won by Green. The oth ers who went after honors for the home school were Herbert Angevlrd Keneth Thompson and Edgar Smith. This year Pullman has agreed to pay the expenses of four men from Yak ima High School, and under all prob abilities no more will be sent. The local track enthusiasts have turning out regularly for practice for the past week. From the large number who are at work each evening, both Coach Townsan, who has charge of the High School athletics this year, and Prof. Bever, have expressed themselves as confident that the school will have a stronger represen tation than any previous year. It Is yet early to tell who will go from the High School, but those who are out after places are as follows: Ben Sawbridge, Irvin Shiley, Edward Remy, Cedric Walker, Frank Ander son, Ernest Wiley, Percy Hamilton, Virgil McWhorter, Alton Russell, George Grant, Dave Erwin, Elmer Groefsema, Ritchie Ray, Ralph Dar ling, Noel Thompson, Ben Besseson, Howard Miller, Ben Brown and John Motley. On May 10 and 11 representatives from thirty accredited high schools of both eastern and western Wash ington will meet in Pullman, where they will participate in the inter scholastic contests, given each year under the auspices of the Washing ton state college. The following in stitutions are expected to send rep resentatives: The high schools at North Yakima, Bellingham, Central ia, Clarkston, Colfax, Davenport, Dayton, Ellensburg, Everett, Gar field, Goldendale, Lewiston, Orakes dale, Olympia, Palouse, Pomeroy, Prosser, Ritzville, Seattle, Spokane, Sprague, Sunnyside, Tacoma, Walla Walla. Waterville and Wenatchee. Waitsburg. Washington, will have both her academy and high school represented. Subscription, for the conduct of the nicer to the amount of $1000 have been raised among the students and faculty of the college and busi ness men of Pullman. This amount, added to the gate receipts, judging from the -*ast two years, should b_ nearly $1300, will be spent by the committee for trophies and medals, and in paying incidental expenses of the meet. Most notable among the trophies to be awarded are the big McCroskey cup, which will be given to the school making the highest number of points in the meet, and will be retained by the school winning It three times successively: the J. 1.. Harris cup, which will be given to that Wash ington high school having had no more than 200 students in 1905-6, which wins the most points In the contest; a special silver medal to be given to that individual making the highest number of points ln the ath letic contest; a crimson and gray banner to be awarded to that school winning the McCroskey cup, and a similar banner to be awarded to the school winning first place ln the pub lic speaking contest. Alice Roosevelt's Wedding was something to be recorded ln the annals of history. Herbine has been acknowledged the greatest of liver regulators. A positive cure for Bil ious headaches. Constipation, Chills and Fever, and all liver complaints J. C. Smith, Little Rock, Ark., writes: "Herbine is the greatest liver med icine known. Have used it for years. It does the work." Colton- Fry Drug Co. Charges Illegal Practice — Action has been brought against Dr. Fannie Waite, eye specialist, by Lillian A. Slavin, charging Illegal practice. Attorney Frank Allen will appear ln behalf of the state board of health. It ls alleged in the com plaint filed Tuesday with Justice of the Peace Taggard that Dr. Waite ruined one of Mrs. Slavln's eyes. The case will come up for hearing Friday afternoon. $300,000 DEAL ONE CONTEMPLATED FOR IVAN HOF .MINING CO. Joplin, Mo., People Planning to T-ik: Over and Work tlie l*i*opertles. F. L. Johnson, vice president of the Ivanhoe Mining company, with offices in this city, has received a letter relative to the sale of the zinc j property owned by the company ! The mines are located In Yakima j county about fifty miles west of this j city, up the Tieton basin, about two miles from the county line. The property is 1800 feet ln length of stripped lead and from four to five feet in width of 40 per cent zinc. Joplin, Mo., operators are endeav oring to secure control of this prop erty, and an expert will make an in spection of the mine shortly, and If found to be satisfactory a deal will ■probably be consummated whereby the property will be sold for not less than $300,000. Mr. Johnson expects to leave for the Sound about the 20th of this month to arrange the deal. The Ivanhoe Mining company owns sev. enteen claims ln that district, con sisting of gold, silver, copper, lead and zinc. Found at Lust. J. A. Harmon, of Lizemore, West Va., says: "At last I have found the perfect pill that never disappoints me; and for the benefit of others afflicted with torpid liver and chron ic constipation, will say: take Dr. King's New Life Pills." Guaranteed satisfactory. 25c at C. C. Case'-* drug store. UE DID IT. Greatest Stunt \ H't hy Spriug Robin Man. 1 Hatless and breathless be rushed I into the Herald office. "Ain't I the man that saw the first spring robin? he shouted. Affirmative answer was given. "Ain't I the man that's always see- i in' things first?" Another affirmative answer. "But I've now reached the climax of my glory, ain't I? You needn't say I haven't. I've done the best thing yet, I have." The breathless man was requested to calm down and elucidate as tc the latest p;irticular stunt which will help place his statue in a niche of the Hall of Fame. "I've killed the first spring fly," he shouted and dissappeared through the door. WOULD YOU EAT CORN HUSKS? WOULD YOU EAT CORK HUSKS to get at the corn? Of course* you would not. Then why should you take the greasy oil of the cod's liv er to get the valuable medicinal ele ments contained therein: The oil or grease luis no medicinal virtue, but it is the medicinal ele ment! enveloped in the oil which represent all the tonic and curative properties of the cod liver oil. In Vinol you get all of the medi cinal cuative elements of cod liver oil octually taken from fresh cods' livers, but no oil. The oil is thrown away for the same reason you throw away the coin husks. Our local druggist, Fred L. Jan eck, says:* "Knowing the wonderful medicinal, curative and body-bui'.d ing properties of Vinol, I wish every person in North Yakima who is over. woked, run-down, debilitated, every old person, every weak woman, every sufferer with chronic colds, bronchi tis or incipient consumption would try Vinol on our offer to return mon ey if it fails to benefit." Frol 1. Janeck, druggist. NOTE —While we are sole agents for Viaol in Xoth Yakima, it is now for sale at the leading drug store in nearly every town and city in the country. Look for the Vinol agency ' in your town. A German scientist is responsible for the remark that water will be worth 15 cents a drink 200 years froni now. That's nothing. Some of the Seattle whiskey which is now Im bibed costs two bits and is com posed of not much else but water. A Scientific Wonder. The cures that stand to Its credit make Bucklen's Arnica Salve a sci entific wonder. It cured E. R. Mul ford, lecturer for the Patrons of Husbandry, Waynesboro, Pa., of a distressing case of Piles. It heals the worst Burns, Sores, Bolls, Ul cers, Cuts, Wounds. Chilblains and Salt Rheum. Only SSc at C. C. Case's drug store 4-% jffiaahl^nr'- tf l__*_ v\ _^__s__ >*-■**- t^fr SPRING HAWES HATS Ready $3 WEIGEL LAMBSON'S Sage Brush Grubber This is tlie only successful machine built for grubbing sage brush, ami it does the work for which it was built in an economical and satis faetoty manner. References of actual users gladly given when requested. Manufactured by E. W. LAMBSON.-O. 3rd Aye. 6. or Holsteln's Mnehine Shop West Yakima Avenue North Yakima i , Clears the Complexion. Orino Laxative Ftuit Syrup stim ulates the liver and thoroughly clean | ses the system and clears the com- I plexion of pimples and blotches. It ; is the best laxative for women and children as it is mild and pleasant, j and does not gripe or sicken. Or In j , is much superior to pills, aperient waters and all ordinary cathartics as j it does not irritate the stomach and bowels. North Yakima d:'Ug store, A. D. Sloan, Prop. Ca-load stained Bbl. -/let*. Cost less per thousand than ..o stain whet on roof. Scott's Lumber Yard ?«t< I MAGAZINE I I READERS I SUNSET MAGAZINE tmulifllliji Hliii.uk il.fljmil itone. 4* 1 'r\ and interesting artiue-1 aboul California and ail the far \\ Mt. a yew TOWN AND COUNTRY JOURNAL a monthly publication containing plain, easily-underi-loinl articles -^ on the bone, gardi a, (ana and 5*U. jU range —of taterest-O rver) mem* a y ear ber of the (amity - htifd with photographs and pictures. ROAD OF A THOUSAND WONDERS a book of 73 pages, containing 120 colored photographs of jfcQ 7-^ picturesque spots in California a-Oregon. *- _, Total . . . 3>-./ J All three for $1.50 ADDRFSS Al I. ORDERS TO SUNSET MAGAZINE FLfJOD BUILDING SAN FRANOSCO ■ ■ .J MOTICB, N • ■■. c is hereby all en, tl 13 Bo&iTl of T t««i ot the Frultvale-Schanno ti : i.oji Company, ji corporation, a si ■ c -if the stockholders of I Frultvale-Bchanno Irrigation - '•■ held :>! th-* office ot siid eorpora | tion. room is, Bloan building, -ity of North Yakima, Yakima County, '•' : itigton. on tbe llth day of May 1907. at -wi- o'clock p. m.. of that ,\ iy that tho 01-lf-ot of said meetln- -1 for whl.-h the same Is o.illed Is to In ! crease the capital stork of said Frul* rale _cha_ino Irrigation Company from j Four Hundred (400) shares of the par lvalue of $1.00 each, to Five Hundred ! Twenty-Five (62F>) shares of the par value of $1 00 each, to-wi- To de termine the 'luestlon to he then «uh mltted to -..ud meeting of increasing; the canltal stock of said corporation from $400.00 n the aggregate, consist ing of Four Hundred (400) shares of I the par value of $1 00 each to $52500 in the aggregate, consisting of Five I Hundred Twenty-Five (5»R> shares it I the par value of $1.00 each, and to de termine t'.ie manner and method of, and the terms upon which said In ' . r-.ise of stock shall be placed and : dispose- of. Witness the hands of the undersign ed, being all of tne trustees of the said aorporatlon. pursuant to authori ty of the Board of Trustees, this llth day of Uur, k. IN?. ;. '- -.v. i. v :c i n i. ORN'K R W. 1-. N'KWi ■ nmihi: to CREDITORS. " Vol ns i against th i to present th" i m. <;- rsigned !#• late, ai I Hire ol \ .; _, . 0 | ' *'j Yakima. Yals Ima urn • *• , 11 ia 11 in i ot* i I■■ •. the date of the Ursi publ catioi . itice, to-wit: within on< m the r*i il iy of M irch, 1 907 c will provided by Vashli gton. Dated this 26th day of February, 190 7 ALICE J. READ, Admlnl tate of George -T. Nimbh I d FRKD PARKER _tl . fo Adm'x. M J.C-ApJ ORDER. ma Coun ft'n'e. of *ff isl ntrton 111 th* :..!■•• if tl " Adnlpfc P Labre*. dec** ise l Edward Labrei*-, ex utor of the p» tate l( adolph D Labree deceases, tig on thr -3rd day Of Feb-: ry. 1807 filt-d In this "-'ir* his report an«S I otcHitnr ot will estate, ana having -t • •■ -im t!mi nl ' his pe tnn ,., .f,r permission *"- r« = i_n ns s-i-*n theref re hereby ordered, by th- eourl that said ■<r;rt and account be brought on for hMt-lnjf ir th-* lour! j- I North Yakima, v-k'T*-, r*ountv Wash!na*ton. on Mon day the first day of April. i»OJ. at the '.oiir of 11 o'rlock a. m., and It II ■' - a2E_ that - •,%£■?-$ „„„_ - lV posth . -JJth s order m three of I »- Pub* ,p_P,,„ <.*» '2 Yakima re & r _ cony.*, .. ,;.\!:- = ;, rt bpfor ' '- re -.• -.' February, lnf'" TT B. MOO Jude-a. State of Washington, County ot Yak. !•"_"_' Miehols, -vin-v -*!<*rk of Yak m* th* i mS. w«wwd &breV p"*-ecu .md report of =*"J a%J*rw ri T.ahr<-e. ro"r:.-. .. 5 my hand and seal of said ,ary. 190.. . WTCHOLB, gEft 1 Clerk and » — * •aid Superior Court. _. ;r1 B> J' Di -utv. Feb27-Mch_7. __J , " ORDF.R. ,-,„-. in -hf- Superior - sur* ot lami—i 1 ... state of Washington. JVthe w •••*• of the estate of Adolph D. Labree, deceased , .-.. 9 _ Edward I-VT'n T-,'- •"'••• tate of AdolPh petition having nrfl" .■-■,. .'., axe for Pe^'fj'-l^hereb? ordered, that y^yyyy^\ ts sa„| m _ Herald for aI | J ,1"*: ._-»_« . ■ •■-.■• g * ring weeks |f Pebrua ry, '■*"•• I? P. RICKJ ju i re. [ ***** tshinai n . County >f Yaki ma —SS. , . j. T X K. N Li, rk -of t! Superior Co iereby m rtlfy hat foretrolns; Is i true, uu md ' fixing "°; tor. of f Adolph *": I I place '■ ,ie show if any l prov- VV- *. my hai - ' if I -bru arv * .07 r* X NICHOM, f -. l y. By J. Lenox *-*-' r-Aprie p.-riity. NOTICE TO fRFniTOR*. tn the i -f of -,v If r Vaklma ' JCin C Cpplegate, Si i ised. v ■ herel rlvea to [real tors of the est ■■ ' Johr C *.pples_.tf», -■sent their claims to lersli tor et --- an -w n • within -tlce. at the l -*f hie hiisiii. B if Snyder a • v l.atme not pre* • •*■■ AUOTJST HAMME - ... John C •, ; ■ .! Pi I ' .:-M,-h'» Votice to Creditors. Ir. the Superior C ' lag ton, in ami for V ikimi In -ho matter ol I *sa- dec.-ased. N,i-' • a hy the oa* derstgned, ndmlnlstr I the es (ete Of Isabel Mnrsan. deceased. *.0 'he creditor? ot and ail persona rav ins claims against the said Isabel Morgan, deceased, to present them, wit'- the necessary vouchers, within one year af;er the date of the first publication o! this notice, to-wit. within one year after the 20th day of February, 1907. to S. E. Farrla. administrator of the said estate, at his office at _»_ West Yakima ar* nue. in the city of North Yakima, Washlngten, the same being ihe place for the transaction ot the busineea of the said estate. Dated the 15th day of February. 1907. S. E FARRIS. Administrator. Fred Parker, Thos. E. Grady and Ira M. Krutz, attorneys for admin_*> trator. FebZO-MehM