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Are Drugs Necessary?
Do Drugs Cure Disease? Can Nature be Assisted? If people wore born right and after wards lived right, there would be no u»c for medicine. Every doctor knows this. So do other well-informed peoplo. One thing more. When a person lives •Wrongly,or acquires lx.dily weakness by heredity, medicine can do only very little. Medicine cannot cure him. Only charlatans claim that medicines will otiro disease. Medicines may palliate symptoms. M.dicinos ir.iy tir^o tho powers ol Nature to resist disease. Med . ieinessi'inetimes a-onse the efforts of the human body to right Itself azaiust de rangements. Tills is Mm most that med icine can do. A man accidentally puts his finger in the fire. Instinctively ho WetS bis linger in his mouth, th -a blows on it for the c loliiH' effect. This is no cure. He knows it, very Well, Bat it inukea it fc«l better for the time being. People eat unwisely. This produces dyspepsia or indigestion. Tho only rational cure is to eat correctly. "Yot if a palliative is at hand the pains of indi gestion can he mitigated, the throes of dyspepsia assuaged. Tho medicine can not be said to havo cured. It simply palliates disagreeable symptoms. The cure mas I come through right living. Take Pcruna, for instance. No one claims Peruna Is a cure for dyspepsia. But Peruna will stimulate the stomach to perform Its function properly. Peru it* will increase tho flow of digestive fluids, without which digestion cannot be carried on at all. It will increase the relish of food, the appetite. It is admitted that all this can be accomplished by right living, but there •re so many peoplo who either will not or do not know how to eat correctly that * tremendous amount cf good can be done by the wise uso of Peruna. A stomach that has been frequently abused performs tho function of diges tion very lazily. Such astomach allows the food to remain undigested for some time »fter it is swallowed. This leads to fermentation of the food. Sour stom ach is the result. This goes on week after week, until tho blood Is poisoned with theproductsof fermentation. This condition is very apt to produce rheum atism. It is not claimed that Peruna will euro rheumatism. Nothing will euro rheum atism but correct living. But it is Claimed that Peruna will assist a badly j abused stomach to .perform its work, I RAILROADS TELL | ABOUT YAKIMA i i Train Aucfitor on Burlington System in Missouri Was Posted on the Merits of Country. That the Northern Pacific railroad and its associate companies are ad _ vertising the Yakima valley wideb and sending out information through the ouicials and agents was shown several days ago when a man start ing fron- a minor railroad point on tbe Burlington system for North Yakima asked the ticket agent about the valley. He was not able to an swer fu'iy, hut a train auditor, who was near the questioner, heard the question and was able to give full information. He said to the passen ger that the country was known to all of the officials of the railroad. The same passenger, on coming through St. Paul and Minneapolis, and later on his trip along the North ern Pacific line, heard more about the Yakima valley than any other district. The Northern Pacific officials have promised to do their share of adver tising the merits of the Yakima val ley and are evidently doing what they have promised. The first Incident referred to occurred in Missouri In a town of about 300 inhabitants. PIREULES for tha Kidneys SO DAYS' TRIAL FOR SI.OO. —____________—^—— ——»^*^^^™ Uhe Canadian Pacific Railway Co. Colonization Department Have established an office at Spokane, Washington, for the sale of their lands In SOUTHERN ALBERTA Literature, ail particulars, prices and terms, can be had by calling on or addressing t*. A. YANCEY & COMPANY, General Agents • Canadian Pacific Railway Co. Colonization Department 618 Riverside Avenue Spokane, Wash. Local Ageut: WILL EVERETT ' If a person would correct bin habits, persist iv right eating and tempi-rate ways, undoubtedly tho stomach would right It-elf, the blood would rid itself of the poison, aud everything would bo right. But as said liofore there arc a multitude of people who will notor can not adopt right methods of living. To such peoplo Peruna is a boon. A done before meals will assist tho stomach to do its Work. This prevents fermenta tion of tho food, brings alx.ut norni.il digestion, and all tho train of ills that follow indigestion disappear. In other words, Peruna i_i helpful to those who live badly, or those who have acquired some chronic weakness. Perunadocs not cure, but it Motets the powers of Nature to bring about a euro. Tho whip dees not increase the power , j of tho horse to pull a load, but judi ciously used it stimulates the hor-e to | ■SO hij powers at tho right time, With* j out which ho could not havo palled ths I load. This illustrates tho effect of Pcruna, or any ot h,-r good remedy upon the sys tem. Taken at tbe right tiuie.it calls forth tho powers of the human sj'-toin to meet tho en roachments of disease, and thus cuts short, if not entirely cuds, tin- diseased action. No ono should ever attempt to substi tute medicine in tho place of right liv ing. Iv tho end such an attempt will prove a disaster. But an occasionnl Use of the right medicine ol tho right time is a godsend, and no reasonable pcr.-oa will undertake to deny it. Those who know bow tou.o Rerun* find it ot untold value. By ami by the world will get wiso enough so that. through correct living no medicine at all will he needed. But that time has not arrived. In tho meantime, whilo the world is approaching tbut perfec tion in which all medicine will be elim inated, Pcruna Is a handy remedy to have in tho house. Slight derangements of tho Stomach ; slight catarrhal attacks of I be liver, I bo throat, bronchial tubes, lungs or bow els; these attacks are sure to had to grave diseases, and can be averted by the judicious use of Peruna. Wouldn't you like to read a few un solicited testimonials from people who have used Pcruna, and who stand ready to confirm tho above statements con cerning it. If so, address tho Pcruna Drug Manufacturing Co., Columbus. Ohio, and we will vend some prepaid. OOWfCHK TELEPHONES Residents of Tieton District After Service by Wire to North Yakima. President Anson S. White of the C'owiche Telephone company is work ing overtime these days. He is try ing to supply telephones to all would be patrons of his company and finds that he Is up against a hard task in doing so. The fact is that ho is en countering the conditions which have led people to seek business from his company, namely, the inability of other companies to meet the wishes af subscribers as rapidly as possible. There are now over 100 patrons of the Cowiche line. The company was started originally by a dozen or so of the ranchers as a personal con venience, but neighbors and others along the line sought a service so that, as stated, over 100 phones have been installed and the demand is more active than ever. As an indication of the way in which the Yakima country is grow ing it may be said that the general telephone company has demands from every valley into which Its lines ex tend for a larger service than it is able to give. Prospective patrons from each valley outnumber the abil ity of the company to meet and the instruments cannot be procured as fast as they are installed. Don't pay high prices for your merchandise elsewhere. Visit the Globe Store and you will save more than half your money: $3.00 Elegant Framed Oil Paintings 80c $1.25 Men's Dress Shirts going at tiitc Red Bandana Handkerchiefs, 2 for .V Coat's Machine Thread, 2 spools for 5c (6 spools limit.) Remember the place. First sireet, corner Chestnut. 9-It NEWS OF THE NORTHWEST SEATTLE.—S. H. Stevens, pub lisher of the Daily Gold Digger at Nome, Alaska, returned this after noon from a visit to the east and California. Mr. Stevens has secured a concession at the Alaska-Yukon- Paclflc exposition for the publishirg of a dally paper on the grounds. SEATTLE. A Siwash smallpox patient, who attempted to escape from the pi st house yesterdny. was brought to a sudden halt when Pa trolman Fleming flred a shot from his revolver. Felniing did not rare about holding the patient, but stood him up against a wall of the Broad way high school until a health officer arrived. The Siwash made his break for liberty, but the revolver idiot caused him to change his mind. He was later taken to tho pest bouse REPCBLIC What minors call \ "bug" of the richest ore ever found In Republic camp has boon discov ered in the three-foot Vein of ore at No. 2 level of the New Republic mine. Tho pocket, literally seamed with tellurides, runs $35,000 a ton. The company is having trouble with "high grading" miners, so rich has the ore become. TACOMA. -Sheriff Thomas C. Teal ol Batavia, Ohio, arrived tonight with requisition papers for Dr. H. C. McClelland, a prominent dentist, who Is charged with deserting his wife and two children several years ngo. PORTLAND. Ore. -Negotiations for the sale ot the United Railways. promoted and constructed by Thomas L. Oreenongh of Spokane and Missou la, Mont., to tho Hill interests, which have been on for the last 10 days, are, according to excellent authority, closed, the papers having been signed by the local representatives of the railroad yesterday. If this Is true TIIII has secured 11* miles of excel lent roadbed and track, running from Portland, through Linton and to Hol brook, with a partially constructed line as far as Forest Grove. OLYMPIA. - Senator Pattlliamus has introduced a resolution asking for the appointment of a special in vestigating committee to investigate the office of Insurance Commissioner J. H. Sehively and covering, in gen-* oral terms, all other state offices, and will back it by preferring direct charges against the conducl of the insurance commissioner's office un der Sehively nnd Secretary of State Sam H. Nichols, charges supported by the written statements of persons who have had dealings with the office. CHENEY. —The i robletn of secur ing an adequate supply of water Is engaging the attention of the coun cil and the commercial club. Two years ago $80 00 worth of bonds we>-e voted to defray the expense of mak ing wells. These wells supplied the demand for a time, but are now in adequate, though they can furnish 30 0,000 gallons a day. A new well has been drilled.to the depth of :',oi) feet ;.nd it Is believed a large head of water has been tapped. HANFORD.- Hanford will have a baseball team this season. An ath letic organization has been perfected, with John Pearson as president and J. H. Rogers manager, and business men and citizens have subscribed $275. "VANCOI'VE'R. -Ten new passen ger engines have been ordered by the Spokane, Portland ft Seattle Rail road company for use between Port land nnd Spokane. The engines have been built and are now leaving the factory of tho Baldwin Locomotive Works in Pennsylvania, and are due to arrive in Vancouver in 20 days or less. CONNELL. Many of the farmers haVe finished their spring seeding and report that the earlier-sown grain is comiug up nicely. There will be a large acreage of spring-sown grain and the largest acreage of fall-sown ever recorded in this section. QUINCT, Wash. -At a meeting ol citizens last night, the Commercial club was reorganized, after a period of inactivity. The club plans to start and maintain an experiment station to prove that 10-acre tracts can be successfully irrigated by wells al ready drilled about the town and that _urh irrigation would make possible a rise in tne value of the land such as has been experienced in the Yaki ma and Wenatchee valleys. NEZ PERCE, Idaho. -A stock-buy ing war has been precipitated by the farmers who are marketing their bogs through the Farmers' Educa tional and Cooperative union, as oth ed buyers resent tbe intrusion aud have boosted prices beyond the poinl the Farmers' union buyer has been paying. ASOTIN, Wash. The sheep shear ing season will begin about the mid dle of the month. The sheepmen say that the yield of the county this year will surpass that of lost year, and as the winter was favorable tho crop will surpass that of any other. BPOKANE. Wash A test case of the state law prohibiting tho selling or giving away of cigarettes or the "makings" will be started today be fore Police Justice Mann as a result or the .icilaneo of Officer Daniel. He caught Louie Mnttie. an Italian sales man employed in Kid Sealer's How ard street fruit stand, in the act of making and donating a Cigarette to Antonio Gulplno. WALLACE. Idaho. An appeal was made today by friends of John D. Cradlebaugh. now In jail at Den ver awaiting trial for the murder of Fred W. Walton, to raise funds to assist in his defense. It is said by those in charge that Cradlebaugh is in desperate straits and would be til-able to proceed with the case. It will be necessary for the defense to pay all expenses of witnesses from Wallace to Denver and unless friends come to his aid ho will be unable tQ secure their testimony. KRCPP, Wash.- On reluming to their ranch II miles south of Krupp this evening. Mrs. J. S. Farmer found her husband hanging In an upstairs room. Idle was extinct but the body was warm. Then were some indications of poison. Justice of the Peace George Urquhnrt will hold an inquest tonight. No cause is known for the act. CHTNEY. Wash.—E. F. Betl sold his farm of 40 acres, three miles oast of Cheney, last week to Isaac Rlggs for $0000. tho highest price ever paid for wheat land in this section. MARCI'S, Wash. Emma Rivers, 9 years of age, while on her way to the Columbia river to get a pail of waiter for tho school teacher, foil down an embankment and hit a big rock, breaking one of her ribs, and possibly injuring her internally. After she struck thi? rock, another one canto tumbling down, causing her to be wedged in between the two rocks. She is living with her mar ried sister, Mrs. (iendron, as she is an orphan. PORTLAND. Ore. Pleading guil ty of stealing a horse from one of his neighbors, Frank Johnson, a Umatilla lad, was today sentenced by Judge Wolverton to serve six months in jail. Johnson was pn roled on recommendations of United States Attorney MeCourt. who ex plained that the stolen animal had been restored to its owner. DAYTON, Wash. Barley reached the righ-water mark Saturday when Blessinger Brothers sold lOiIOO sacks of first-grade brewing barley to a local dealer at 11.32 1 <'■ •'■ Nearly every bushel of Columbia barley Is out of the hands of the growers. TOPPENISH. Wash. Lancaster Spencer, a Yakima Indian, succeeded In leading into camp several of tbe whites of this place. The North Coast railroad wanted terminal and station grounds in Toppenish. Sev eral of tire real estate owners want ed the station located on their ground but did not feel like coming through with anything as an induce ment. Mr. Spencer, looking to fut ure values, offered if the depot was located whore he wished it, to give a right of way and live acres of ground for station purposes for $1. It is needless to say that the rail way people accepted his offer. Everybody in the Yiikinia valley should take advantage of the cut prices at the (llobe Store: $12.50 and $15.00 Men's Suits at *...»« |2,00 and $4.U0 Men's Shoes at $t..M. $2.00 and $3.(10 Men's Hals at Mc Everything iv tbe store suing for almost your own price. 0-11 If you'd be dubbed a handsome girl, And win a handsome Knight, Tho secret here 1 do impart. Take llolllster's Rocky Mountain Tea at Bight, Case's drug store. Grow apples: then' are millions in it. You can grow them here to perfection; also cherries, pear. Prune, F'eaches and alfalfa, clover, grains and vegetables. Land values are advancing rapidly. Come and se,. us. or ask for information. Shank & Wilkinson Laud Co. Buhl, Idaho. Summon., in Foreclosure Of Tax Lien. In the Superior Court of the State of Washington. for Yakima County. George Webb. Plaintiff, vs. W. E. Atwater. and all persons unknown, if any, having or claiming to havo an interest in and to the real prop erty hereinafter described, defen dants. The state ot Washington W. E. At water and all per.,on., unknown, if any. having or claiming to have an interest iv and to the real property hereinafter described: You and each of you are hereby notified that George Webb Is the holder of Certiflcate of Delinquency numbered 3746, issued on the 7th day of December, A. D. 1904. by the county of Yakima, state of Washing ton. for the amount of seventy cents (79c), the same being the amount theu due and delinquent for taxes tor the year IMS, together with penalty, interest and costs thereon, upon renl property assessed to you and of which you are the owner or reputed owner situate In said county and par ticularly hounded and described as follows, to-wlt: The west four and one-hair feet of lot twenty.two (22) In block twelve (121. according to the official plat of the city of North Yakima, us the same appears on file an 1 of record In the offlee of the county auditor of Yakima county, Washington, and upon which he has paid taxes assessed against aaid pfOpertJ as follows. Tax Year s Heci Tax Date Paid. No Amount 190 4 Dec 12. 19or> 0213 9 .18 190". Dec. 1. 1900 5788 21 loot; Aug 14. 1907 532" 1.50 19U7 April I, 1991 2911 1.92 1908 Fob. It, 1999 4»;^ i so City assessment. grading. Dec 2. 1907 II II II City assessment. sidewalk. Jan. I. I9us 1291 IS Total amount of taxes paid since date of Certificate of Delinquency $t;.r>:! all of said amounts bearing interest at the rate of fifteen per cent per an num; and you are further notified that he will apply to the superior court of the state of Washington. In and for said county, for a judgment foreclosing his tax lien against the property hereinbefore mentioned; and you are hereby summoned to ap pear within sixty days after the seiv ice or this summons upon you. exclus ive of tho day of service and defend this action or pay the amount due. together with costs: and in case of your failure to do so. judgment will be rendered foreclosing tbe lien for said Certificate of Delinquency, taxes. penalty, Interest and costs against the lands and premises hereinbefore mentioned. Any pleadlmg or process may be served upon the undersigned at the address hereafter mentioned. WARD & MOREN. Attorney for Plaintiff P. O. Address, North Yakima, Washington First publicaliim of this summons March 3, 19U9. Mob. 8-10-17-24-81, Apr. 7x Order Fixing Time and Place of Hearing Final Account. In the Superior Court or Washing ton, in and for Yakima County In the Matter of Ihe Estate of Flor ence Kdna Hood, Deceased. The final account and report of Lee O. Hood, the administrator of the above entitled estate, together with a petition praying for a distri bution or Ihe residue of the said es tate and discharge of administrator having been filed in this court. It Is now ordered by the court that the said final account and petition he brought on for hearing at the court room In the court house In the city of North Yakima, Yakima OOunty, Washington, on Thursday, the 2.->th day of March, 1909, at the hour of 1:30 o'clock p. m., and sill persons interested in said estate be and they are hereby directed to be and appear at said time and place and show cause. If any there be, why said final account and report should not be allowed and the prayer of the petitioner granted; and it is further ordered that notice of the time and place of hearing of the same be given by publishing a copy of this order In the Yakima Herald, a weekly news oarer printed and published in Yakima county, Washington, and of general circulation therein for a pe riod of four successive weeks prior to said heating and by posting the same in three public places In Yakima county, Washington, for a like period of time. Dated this 23rd day or February, 1909 E. B PREBLE. Judge. State of Washington. County of Yakima, ss. 1, A. W. Barr, counly clerk and ex offluio clerk of the superior court in and for Yaklmn county. Washing ton, do hereby certify that the with in and foregoing is a true, full and correct copy of the original order to show cause why the final account and petition for distribution aud discharge of administrators should not be granted, now on file in the above entitled matter, aud notice ll hereby given that the same will be brought on for hearing iv the court room iv the court bouse in Yakima county, Washington, on Thursday, the 2..1h day of March. 1909. at the hour of 1;29 o'clock p. m. and all persons interested iv said estate am hereby notified to be and appear at said time and place and show cause If any there be why the said flual account and prayer of petitioner should not bo granted. Witness my hand and official a del the day aud year first above wrltter A. W. BARK, County Clerk and ex-Offldo Clerk ol tbe Superior Court In and for Yakima County, Wash. By C. ROY KINO, Deputy LYNCH ft GRADY, Attorueya for Administrator. Feb 24 Marcti3-10-17-24. Notice of sii.-riiT's Hale. In the Superior Court of Washing ton. In aud for Yakima County. S. P. Flower, doing business under the firm name and style of S. P. Flower ft Co., and J. T. Buffing ton and T. Behrl Bnfflngton, co partners, doing business under the firm name and style of J. T Bufflngton ft Son. Plaintiffs, vs William Yeackel and Mayt Yeaickel, husband and wife, Defen dants. Under and by virtue of that cer tain judgment made and entered In the Suiierlor Court of the State of Washington. In and for Yakima County, on the 10th day of July. 190$. In the above entitled action. In favor of the plaintiff S. P. Flower and against the defendants. William Yeackel and Mayo Yearkel. husband and wife, for the sum of one hun dred sev nly-two and forty-eight one hundredths ($172.48) dollars , to gether with the sum of twenty-flve ($25) dollars attorney's fees with Interest thereon from the first day of July. 1908. until paid at the rate ot I per cent per annum, which said judgment has ! eon duly sold, as signed and transferred to the plain tiffs. J T Bufflngton ft Ton. and un der and by virture of that certain judgment and order of sale Issued out of the Superior Court of the State of Woshington. In and for Yakima County, on the sth day of Jaaaary, ioos, in favor of the plain tiffs. J T Biiffington ft Son and ■gainst the defendant. William Yeackel. which said Judgment is for the stun of six hundred seventy-five and fifty-nine one-humiredtha M,7.". ",'<> dollars with Intered there on at the rate of 0 per cent per an nnm from the 9th day of December, l!ll<7. until paid, for the sum of three and ten mie hundredths (|9.19) dollars, cost of lien and fifty (SSO 1 dollars as attorney's fees, to gether with the costs and disburse ments incurred In the above entitled action amounting to tbe sum of one bundled twenty-three and forty-flve one hundredths ($122.41) dollars and pursuant to the execution Issued thereon and to DM directed and de livered. I am commanded lo sell the following described property situate In Yakima County. State of Wash ington, to-wll: The northwest quarter (nw'i) of section fourteen 111). township seven (7) north, lange twenty-two (22) E. W. If, iv Yakima County, Washington, or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy said Judgments, attorney's fees, interest, costs and increased costs. Now therefore notice Is hereby given that In obedience to said judgments, decree, order of sale and execution, I will on Saturday tho 27th day of March. 1999, at the hour of 10 o'clock a. ni <it the front door of the court house In the city of North Yakima. Wushlngtuii, sell tho above described property or so much thereof as may ho necessary to sat isfy miid judgments with the Inter est thereon, attorney's fees, costs and Increased costs to the highest and best bidder for rash In lawful money of the United States. Dated this 13th day of February, 1999. JOE H. LANCASTER, Sheriff By J. W. DAY. Deputy. Thomas E. Urady, Attorney for Plaintiffs. Feb. 17-24 Mar 3-10-17 Order to Show Cause Why Ileal Estate .Should nol be Sold. In the Superior Court of the State of Washington. In and for Yakima County. In the Matter ot the Estate of Louis Christ! a nson. Deceased A petition haYiag been tiled by 11. 1.. Tucker, duly appointed, qualified and actiiiK administrator, with the will annexed of the above entitled estate, praying for an order of this court permitting and directing him to sell at private -ale all the right, title and Interest of the above estate in tho following described property, to-wlt: The oust, half of lie north west quarter, and lots i and 2 tn section 18, township 19, north of range 16, B. w. M„ all situated iv Yakima county, state ol Washing ton, lor the purpose of paying tho debts of said estate and charges ayd expenses ot administration thereof. it is now ordered by the court that Ihe above petition be brought on for hearing on Monday, the 12th day of April, 1909. al the hour of 1:30 o'clock p. m.. and all persons interested ill said estate are hereby directed to bo and appear before said court tit said time und place and show cause if any there be why the prayer <>r the said petitioner should not be grantll. It is furl her ordered that notice of the time and the place of hearing of said petition bo gtreo by publish ing the same In tbe Yakima Herald, a woekh newspaper, printed and published in said couuty and state and ot general circulation therein for a period of four successive weeks prior to said hearing and that notice thereof be posted in three of the most public places in said county for a like period of time prior to such hearing. Hated thi I Bth day of March. 1909. B. H. PREBLE. Judge State ot Washington, county of Yakima, ss. I, A. W. Burr, county clerk and ox-offlcio clerk or the superior court in and for Yakima county, Washing ton, do hereby certify that the with in and foregoing Is a true, full and correct ropy of the original order to show cause why real estato should not be sold at private sale, now on file in the above entitled matter, aud notice Is hereby given that ihe same will be brought on for hearing In the court room in the court house lv Yakima county, state of Washing ton, on Monday, the 12th day or April. 1909. at 1:30 p. m. All per sons interested in said estate are hereby notified to be and appear at said time and place and show cause if any therebe, why the prayer of said petitioner should not be granted. Witness my hand and official seal this, the Bth day of March, 1909 A. W. BARR, County Clerk and ex-Officlo Clerk in Yakima County, Washington. By 0. ROY KING. Deputy Clerk. March 19-17-24-91 Apr. 7.