ELLENSBURGH LOCALIZER

October 8, 1892


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Prosecuting Attorney McFALLS has been to Wenatchee this week. FILER and CHARLTON's thresher threshed 958 bushels of wheat and oats in one day's run at Wm. CAHOON's ranch. Mrs. N. M. CHAFFEE, a former resident of this city, was in the city this week in attendance at the meetings of the Christian Endeavor. Okanogan county, according to the assessors census, contains 2548: of this number 744 are married, and 1804 are single. There are 753
miners. J. A. GRAHAM and M. MARCUSON of Chelan left here last week for their mining claims in the Chelan district. A load of very fine peaches from the Wenas was brought to the city this week. They were sold at 3 1/2 cents per pound. CHARLTON and FILER have laid up their thresher for the season. They have threshed 21,000 bushels of wheat, oats and barley. W. B. PRICE's four children have been laid up with scarlet fever, but we are pleased to learn that they are all rapidly recovering. The Jersey cows imported by J. D. GASS are of the best butter families in America. The increases of herd for sale. Jess HOWARD is in jail at Colville for horse stealing. He was arrested on WALKER's prairie. He was caught driving horses
off of the reservation. There will be preaching in the Congregational church, Sunday, Oct. 9th, at 11 a.m. and 8 p.m. by Rev. M. A. STARR. The fruit gathering, canning and drying is in full blast at Okanogan SMITH's orchard. Owing to the scarcity of help, several tons
of peaches are rotting on the ground. The Black Warrior in the Chelan district owned by KINGMAN & PERSHALL has been bonded for $28,000 by a man named FERGUSON. Mr. FERGUSON
represents a company that owns a group of mines in the same neighborhood. O. B. CASTLE's pet eagle got tired of being confined to the house and flew against the glass over the door in the rear room of the saloon.
He sailed down Wilson creek. Several men followed to catch him or shoot him if he cannot be captured alive. On Monday night, Sept 26th, from the stable of James L. WEYTHMAN, 7 miles from Wentachee up the Wenatchee river, one bay horse, saddle
and bridle. The horse will weigh about 1050; branded with a letter P on left hip; white strip in face; one white hind foot. A liberal
reward will be paid on return of the horse or for information leading to his recovery. James L. WEYTHMAN

HORSE LOST - $10 REWARD

Lost in July last a bay horse branded on left shoulder with a figure S with a half circle over it and on the right shoulder with the
letter P with a bar across it. Any person who will bring him in to Chris SENNER's feed yard will receive $10. The horse was raised on the
IMBRIE ranch in Yakima county. Chris SENNER, Ellensburgh, Wash., Sept. 21, '92

FOR SALE

The undersigned wishing to make a change of residence, offers for sale his entire city property, improved and unimproved, in Ellensburgh,
North Yakima and Yakima city, consisting of many very desirable business and residence lots. I also offer ten (10) acres of choice land
lying between North Yakima and Yakima city for sale For further particulars inquire of F. D. SCHNEBLY, Ellensburgh, Wash.

NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION

United States Land Office, North Yakima, Wash., Sept 26, 1892 Notice is here by given that the following named settler has filed notice of his intention to make final proof in the support of his
claim, and that said proof will be made before T. B. WRIGHT, Clerk Superior Court at Ellensburgh, Wash., on November 7th, 1892, viz: Charles J. TENNANT, who filed Homestead Entry No. 771 for the n 1/2 ne 1/4 se 1/4 ne 1/4 and ne 1/4 of se 1/4, Sec 20, Twp 19, Range 18e. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of said land, viz: M. M. CAHOON, W. J. CAHOON,
Daniel CARLEY and Levi W. HOLMES, all of Ellensburgh, Wash....

NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION

United States Land Office, North Yakima, Wash., Sept 27, 1892 Notice is here by given that the following named settler has filed notice of his intention to make final proof in the support of his
claim, and that said proof will be made before T. B. WRIGHT, Clerk Superior Court at Ellensburgh, Wash., on November 7th, 1892, viz: Ansan H. CURRIER, who made Homestead Entry No. 775, for the n 1/2 nw 1/4 and n 1/2 n3 1/4 Sec 14, Twp. 1?n, Range 18e. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of said land, viz: Henry N. MAXEY, Charles W.
JONES, B. EBBETTS and William N. E. ROBBINS, all of Ellensburgh, Wash....

NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION

United States Land Office, North Yakima, Wash., October 6, 1892 Notice is here by given that the following named settler has filed notice of his intention to make final proof in the support of his
claim, and that said proof will be made before T. B. WRIGHT, Clerk Superior Court at Ellensburgh, Wash., on November 19th, 1892, viz: Byam YOCOM, who made Homestead Entry No. 792, for the ne 1/2, Sec 22, Twp 17 n, Range 18e. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of said land, viz: J. B. SWETT, John SWETT,
E. E. STICKNEY and M. M. DAMMAN, all of Ellensburgh, Wash.

SOME ADS

Misses DeWITT, Dressmakers, Bath Block. Good fit guaranteed. Go to the Gem Restaurant and see the new proprietors, FETTERMAN and SMITH, they have the stuff to feed you with. Hides, Furs and Pelts wanted. Will pay the highest market price. Office corner Pearl and Fourth streets. A. LEWIS

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