ELLENSBURG LOCALIZER

February 22, 1896


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   John GILMORE informs the public that he has removed his blacksmithing to the shop on Fourth street, between
Pine and Ruby streets, Ellensburgh, where he is better fixed to do all kinds of work in his line.

LOCAL NEWS

Eggs have been retailing at Seattle for 10 cents a dozen. SCHLOTFELDT Brothers new packing house is about completed. TJOSSEM and son Albert are about to establish a creamery at their place four miles below town. Harry ACKLEY and Bert LAMBSON were taken last week by Sheriff STINSON to the state reform school. Mrs. CODY's whereabouts is not known. Her anxious husband offers a reward of $100 for her discovery. Many of the farmers of this county pay four and five cents a pound for beans instead of raising enough for
home consumption. The city is having a good job done on the flume between J. RAMSEY & Co.'s store and BECKER's blacksmith
shop. It was a much needed improvement. Mr. VINTON is agent for the Chicago aluminum manufactured goods. Jay COOKE, son of Hon. C. P. COOKE, and Miss Allie J. HILL were married at the Methodist parsonage on
Monday the 17th inst. Rev. WARNER officiating. The feed for stock in Kittitas Valley has been nearly all consumed and shipped off. By the time spring
opens, there will be very little hay or straw left. At the residence of Rev. M. BIRD, the officiating clergyman, J. A. WHEATON and Miss Dona B. HUTSON were
joined in the holy bonds of matrimony, on the 18th. GERBERG, the tailor, was out again on Saturday after a tussel with la grippe some three weeks. Mrs. GERBERG
is now suffering from a like affliction and is very sick. We direct especial attention to Mr. MAXEY's notice in this issue. He is the horticultural commissioner and
should be consulted as to trimming and spraying fruit trees. Died, after a brief illness, John QUINLAN, on Thursday morning about midnight. The deceased had been
working on James WATSON's ranch and was only sick a day. Mr. VINTON informs us that the Tip Top mine in Peshastin in developing some very rich ore. This will place
the owners, SHOUDY, VINTON & Co. in circumstances. Hope it will. The month of February is over half out and more than two-thirds of the winter is passed, and no severe
weather has occurred. A frolicsome individual, with a goodly supply of paralyze aboard, was gathered in by the marshal Saturday
night and stowed away in the cold storage to await the judgment of his honor Monday morning. The persons who carried off the water pipe and oven and other things from the LAMBSON place in South
Ellensburg had better return them and save themselves trouble and costs. If they are returned there will
nothing further done. Next Saturday evening, the 29th, the second of the series of lectures now being delivered at the M. E.
Church will be delivered by Prof. P. A. GETZ. Subject: "Ethics in Education"... Single lecture, 25 cents. A farmer should buy nothing that he can raise to advantage at home. We import too many articles that
can be raised at home. Hams, bacon, lard and eggs are among the articles... The masquerade ball given by Co. A, N. G. W., at the armory on Friday evening the 14th inst., was a
decided success. Some of the costumes worn were rich and elaborate, while others were very striking in the
originality of the character represented. The prize for the best sustained gentleman character was carried
off by John ROSS, as an Indian... The prize for the best sustained lady character was captured by Chas. BULGER,
as a ... lady cake walker. Joe SHULL was the lucky contestant for the best gentleman waltzer, and
Miss May SUTHERLAND won the lady's prize. The judges in the award of the prizes were Messrs. E. G. DIXON,
Joe MILLS, Al HALL, Mrs. Hattie ALSIP, and Miss Daisy COBART.

PERSONAL MENTION

G. W. and Fred SEATON of Teanaway were visitors in the city Wednesday. Mrs. Charles STEWART, accompanied by her mother and sister, returned home last Friday from her visit to
Oregon. Mrs. RUTLEDGE and daughter will reside here in the future. C. S. PROWELL of Palouse was in the city the first of the week. S. C. SMITH returned a few days ago from his trip to Rossland, B. C. Samuel PEARSON returned this week from his trip to Rossland. Many persons are flocking to that camp to get
the stuff that exists there so plentifully. Peter M. McCALLUM, the Swauk merchant, was a visitor in the city on Friday of this week. F. LAUDERDALE of Liberty was a visitor here this week. Dr. POWER expects to be able to get around on his pins again soon. Fred AGATZ is now pencil pusher on the Register. J. T. ARMSTRONG now occupies the position of assistant assessor. A. L. SLEMMENS of North Yakima was a visitor here on Tuesday. Dr. McCAULEY was a passenger on the west bound train last Sunday. Mrs. J. M. CUMMINS, wife of our best man in the print shop, arrived in the city last Tuesday morning. They
will go to housekeeping in a day our two. County Treasurer SHOUDY was a passenger on the Tacoma bound train Sunday morning. February 28 Judge GRAVES will deliver an address before the high school literary societies.

PUBLIC SCHOOL ITEMS

The Hawthorne Society rendered the following programme last Friday evening: Recitations, Lillian SCHNEBLY,
Nina HAVENS, and Fred SCHNEBLY; compositions, Lathie EMERSON, Nettie BURK, Bessie PAINTER, Mabel CARCASDEN,
Elmer McDOWELL; select reading, Elmer CROOKS; debate, affirmative, Lida OLDING, negative, Ivan WILSON,
Will OLDHAM, Will CROOKS. Hawthorne examiner, Effie WILSON. The following is the report for the week ending Feb. 14th: Average number belonging, 407.7; percent of
attendance 97.8; cases of tardiness, 1. Following will be the programme for the open meeting of the literary society on Friday evening, Feb. 28th:
Address, Judge C. B. GRAVES; compositions, Harry McDOWELL and Maud IVES; recitations, Nina HAVENS,
Blanch HENTON and Fred SCRIBNER; select reading, Anna MULLER and Lillian CAROTHERS; class paper,
Mattie HOSKINS; discussion, John STIEGLER and Kate WILSON; instrumental solo, Lillian STEVENSON; vocal duet,
Blanche HENTON and Mattie HOSKINS.

CLE ELUM COAL DUST

Mr. H. E. STAFFORD has, with his family, moved to Spokane. It is understood that he leaves his partner,
Mr. F. M. COX, to hold the sack. Their store is now closed awaiting the pleasure of creditors. G. W. SEATON and Thos. JOHNSON made the county metropolis a flying visit this week, on business bent. Oscar JAMES, it is rumored, has sold his interest in the Cle Elum Coal Co's mine to his partners,
consideration not stated. A mining expert has just returned from Peshastin, wehre he has been to report on the Thos. JOHNSON
properties for intending purchasers. It is understood that these properties are showing up quite satisfactorily.... C. E. FREEMAN, who runs a store in Peshastin, and L. L. SEATON, our blacksmith, chartered a car and will
try their luck in the recently developed Nez Perce reservation. They were accompanied thither by A. BRIDGHAM. There is still about a foot and a half of snow here, but indications are that we will soon past company
with the beautiful.

FIRE AT TEANAWAY

G. W. SEATON's fine large residence ... burned to the ground Thursday night of last week, nothing being
saved. Mrs. SEATON narrowly escaped with her life. Mr. SEATON was away at Cle-Elum at the time, and the
fire occurring at night, there was no chance of saving anything.... This blow falls heavily upon Mr. SEATON
and his family at this time, and would seem to be the last straw to break the camel's back, so to speak. We
understand there was a slight insurance which will in a small measure help to replace the loss, which is
estimated to be about $2500...

THORP CULLINGS

Thomas GORDON and Chas. BURLINGAME are on the sick list this week. Dick NEWMAN and family came up from Klickitat county Sunday. John WAGONER has purchased the ranch formerly owned by D. HAMMON. James DUNCAN has been "Paddy on the wheelbarrow" for the past few days. The saloon is still vacant. Geo. GREEN is a sound sleeper. Thorp will look terribly deserted when they all go to Trail Creek that are talking of going, but talk is
cheap even in Thorp. Frank MARTIN is making a tour of the Sound country in search of a place to start in business again. The grippe seems to have a hold on nearly every one here at the present time. John GOODWIN has been buying ice from the National Ice Co. of this place and storing it away near the
Cloverdale creamery. He thought it was his last chance. Messrs. GOODWIN and OSBORN shipped a carload of apples from here on Wednesday. Mr. BARNETT is erecting a new barn on his place north of here. Thorp will soon have a vacant house, the first in her history.

ROSLYN ITEMS

The long-looked for stamp mill to be put up on Fortune creek has arrived at last... It is reported on good authority that Oscar JAMES has sold his fourth interest in the Cle Elum Coal Co's
Mines for $6,000.00. The buyers are supposed to be agents of the O. R. & N. Co. who get most of their supply
in Roslyn. Cle Elum will undoubtedly have a boom in the near future.

LETTER TO EDITOR

The following is part of an agreement still in my possession. Please publish. C. A. BUSHNELL. "I hereby agree, as a further consideration, not to open or have any intereset in any gallery in this place
without mutual agreement between myself and C. A. BUSHNELL. In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand
and seal this 13th day of Aug. 1888. (Signed) E. J. HAMACHER Witness: Wm. REHMKE" BUSHNELL is conducting his business in his own name, upstairs over The Kittitas Valley National Bank,
where he has one of the best equipped photograph galleries in the state....

SETTLEMENT OF ESTATE

In the Superior Court of Kittitas County, State of Washington, In the matter of the estate of
Mary V. ADAMS, deceased. On reading and filing the petition of F. D. SCHNEBLY, the administrator of the estate of Mary V. ADAMS,
deceased, praying for an order of distribution of the residue of said estate among persons entitled, and that
he might be discharged from his trust as such administrator; It is ordered that all persons interested in
the estate ... appear before the Superior Court ... on Thursday, the 26th day of March, 1896...
Dated February 19, 1896.

NOTICE TO CREDITORS

Notice is hereby given by the undersigned administrator of the estate of Mary KOEPKE, deceased, to the
creditors thereof ... to exhibit them ... to the said administrator at his residence in the city of Ellensburg
... Date of publication, January 25th, 1896. Ernest KOEPKE, Administrator of the estate of Mary KOEPKE,
deceased.

CO-OWNERS NOTICE

To the co-owners, A. MIRES, S. T. PACKWOOD, and J. C. HUBBELL...: You are hereby notified that I have
expended labor and improvements upon the Fourth of July, Jumbo, Goldbar and Hope placer mines on Williams
Creek in the Swauk mining district... for the year 1895; that your proportion of said year's work is $300,
and ... if within 90 days after publication of this notice you fail or refuse to contribute your proportion
of such expenditures as co-owners, your interest in said claims will become the property of ... Nez JENSEN,
Jan. 25, 1896

CO-OWNERS NOTICE

To the owner of interest...: You are hereby notified that we have expended $2484 in labor and improvements
upon the Lucky Queen mining claim situated in the Peshastin mining district, Kittitas County... for the years
1892, 1893, 1894, 1895, that your proportion of the cost of said years work is $622, and ... if within 90 days
after publication ... you fail or refuse to contribute your proportion of such expenditures as co-owners, your
interest in said claims will become the property of ... Peter ANDERSON, Thos. NEUBAUER. jan 11-apr 11

CO-OWNERS NOTICE

To the owner Andrew ERICKSON...: You are hereby notified that we have expended $400 in labor and
improvements upon the Golden Righd quartz claim, situated in the Swauk mining district, Kittitas County ...
for the years 1892, 1893, 1894, 1895; that your proportion of the cost of said years work is over $700; and
... if within 90 days after publication ... you fail or refuse to contribute your proportion of such
expenditures as co-owners, your interest in said claims will become the property of ... Andrew FLODIN,
John A. FLODIN jan 11-apr 11

SUMMONS FOR PUBLICATION (followed by Cross Complaint on same issue)

In Superior Court of the State of Washington for Kittitas County. Frank HAGERMAN, Sanford B. LADD and James L. LOMBARD, Trustees, Plaintiffs vs. John SCOTT, Martha SCOTT his
wife, Maude S. SCOTT, a minor, Clyde SCOTT, a minor, Ralph SCOTT, a minor, Nellie SCOTT, a minor,
A. B. WASSOM, ___ WASSOM, his wife, C. W. THRIG, Tacoma Trading Corp, and W. F. WHITTIER, Wm. P. FULLER,
F. A. WOODS, and G. A. PLUMMER, co-partners... as Whittier, Fuller & Co., D. N. WALTERS, M. GILLIAM,
Frank HAGERMAN, receiver of Lombard Investment Co., and Caroline E. CHICKERING and Edward MOON, Defendants.
Summons to appear within 60 days of first publication (22nd February 1896). Object is foreclosure of mortgage
of 4 June 1890, by John SCOTT and Martha SCOTT, his wife, to Lombard Investment Co., recorded on page 146 in
Book 4 of mortgage records of Kittitas County.

SUMMONS FOR PUBLICATION

In Superior Court of the State of Washington for Kittitas County. Quincy A. VINAL, Trustee, Plaintiff, vs. Jean C. DAVIDSON, John B. DAVIDSON, Phillip MILLER, The Ellensburgh
National Bank, Kittitas Valley National Bank, First National Bank of Arlington, Oregon, Ben E. Snipes & Co.,
I. N. POWER as Receiver of Ben E. Snipes & Co., and Frank HAGERMAN as Receiver of Lombard Investment Co.,
Defendants. Summons to appear within 60 days of first publication (25th January 1896). Object is foreclosure
of mortgage of 17 December 1889, by Jean C. DAVIDSON and John b. DAVIDSON to Lombard Investment co., recorded
on page 422 in Book 3 of the mortgage records of Kittitas County.

SUMMONS

In Superior Court of the State of Washington for Kittitas County. H. C. McKIE, Plaintiff vs. Silas M. BOND, Malinda I. BOND, his wife, Louis ELLISON, J. L. GREEN, David MURRAY,
Katherine MURRAY, R. B. WILSON, J. Ramsey & Co., State Insurance Company, Defendants. Summons to appear
within 60 days of first publication (8th February 1896). Object is foreclosure of mortgage of 7 May 1889, by
Silas M. BOND and Malinda BOND to Lombard Investment Co., recorded on page 422 in Volume 2 of the mortgage
records of Kittitas Co.

SHERIFF'S SALES (basic details)

All were in the Superior Court of Kittitas County, State of Washington, to be sold on February 29, 1896: No. 1980, Atkinson NYE, Plaintiff, vs. Andrew J. HODGES, Annie J. HODGES, C. I. HELM, Maude HELM,
M. W. DUNHAM, and Frank HAGERMAN, Receiver of Lombard Investment Co., Defendants. Action of 30 September 1895
in favor of Atkinson NYE, for sum of $1,495.14 and costs; foreclosure of mortgage. No. 2044, Thomas A. SMITH, Plaintiff vs. Jacob A. SHOTWELL, Susan E. SHOTWELL, H. M. BRYANT, Henry REHMKE,
David MURRAY, A. MIRES, R. B. ALVERSON, James DENNIS, and Milton B. WHITNEY, Charles S. FAIRCHILD,
Harry E. MOONEY, Sanford B. LADD and Frank HAGERMAN, Receivers of Lombard Investment Co. Action of
4 November 1895 in favor of Thomas A. SMITH, for sum of $1,021.76 and costs; foreclosure of mortgage. No. 2057, Mary E. ARNOLD, Plaintiff, vs. Patrick DESMOND, The Ellensburg National Bank, a corporation,
Ben E. SNIPES and W. R. ABRAMS, Copartners, and I. N. POWER as Receiver of Ben E. Snipes, & Co., Defendants.
Action of 4th November 1895, in favor of Mary E. ARNOLD, for the sum of $766.93 and costs; foreclosure of
mortgage. NO. 2111, James MACKENZIE, Trustee, Plaintiff vs. Charles I. HELM, Maude HELM, B. F. REED, Hattie REED,
M. W. DUNHAM, ___ DUNHAM, wife of the said M. W. DUNHAM, Missouri C. SHELTON, School Dist. 16 of Kittitas Co.,
J. W. GREGORY, The Anglo-American Land Mortgage Co, Defendants. Action of 30 September 1895, in favor of
James MACKENZIE, Trustee, for the sum of $9,567.13, and costs; foreclosure of mortgage. NO. 2191, Frank HAGERMAN, Sanford B. LADD, and James L. LOMBARD, Trustees, Plaintiffs, vs. Mary CAHOON,
William CAHOON, William J. PARKER, Mattie E. PARKER, Warren T. COFFIN, George B. COFFIN, and Frank HAGERMAN,
as Receiver of Lombard Investment Co., defendants. Action of 4th October 1895, in favor of William T. COFFIN
and George B. COFFIN, for the sum of $972.24 and costs; foreclosure of mortgage. John P. CLERF, Plaintiff vs. Martin SAUTTER and Annie SAUTTER, his wife, James F. BUTCHER, Henry REHMKE
and William REHMKE, as Rehmke & Bro., Defendants. Action of 17 February 1896, in favor of CLERF. Foreclosure. Ellis CLARK, Plaintiff, vs. Joseph BROWN and Jennie BROWN, his wife, and J. M. READY and Florence READY, his
wife, Defendants. Action of 23rd January 1896. Foreclosure. Newton H. SNOW, Plaintiff vs. Charles I. HELM, Maude HELM, M. W. DUNHAM, ___ DUNHAM, wife of the said
M. W. DUNHAM, Missouri C. SHELTON, and Frank HAGERMAN, receiver of Lombard Investment Co., defendants. Action
of 30th September 1895; in favor of Newton H. SNOW, $1,532.23 and costs; foreclosure on mortgage. George H. SPEAR, executor of the will of Charles V. SPEAR, deceased, Plaintiff, vs. e. P. CADWELL,
Laura M. CADWELL, his wife, The Ellensburg National Bank, W. F. WHITTIER, William P. FOLLER, Jr., F. N. WOODS,
and C. W. PLUMMER, partners as Whittier, Fuller & Co., W. R. BRACKETT, Eugene LENNON, The Tacoma Trading Co.,
The Ellesnburg Land and Investment Co., and Edward S. BARLOW, Defendants. Action of 31 January 1896.

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