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are to be received into membership j
of the body on perfect equality with v
the white man. c
Atlantic City, X. J., the famous g
American summer resort, where the
coolred waiters are supreme, is doing t
a rushing business this season. It is j
well known that Atlantic City, like .
Boston, is a mecca for colored wait
ers. It is a gratifying significance j
that America's greatest summer re- ,
sort has chosen the colored waiters
as the ones most fit to serve man's <
inner man. In this beautiful report. ,
noted the world round for its surf ,
bathing, large scenic ocean front
and spacious board walks, are located
over 200 hotels and cottages, most <
all of which employ colored waiters.
A very few years ago John J.
Xolan, who is said to own something '
like 60 per cent, of the Black Patti '
company, was the press agent at
Hammerstein's Olympia, drawing a
not very dazzling stipend, and sup
posedly not a man of wealth. His
friends insist that he is now worth
upward of $100,000. So much for '
having the wisdom to invest in a
Negro drawing card when the tide :
for Afro-American attractions was
at its flood. It would be interesting
to know how much Black Patti is
worth.
PERSONAL.
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Hawkins are
visiting in Portland this week, and
incidentally taking in the big fair
that is being held in that city. They
will return Sunday.
Mrs. D. A. Johnson left for Spo
kane last Wednesday to be with, her
ilttle daughter Bessie, who is very
sick.
There will be a public meeting
held at the A. M. E. church on Four
teenth avenue Wednesday evening,
September 12. Among the signers
of the call are Messrs. R. A. Clark,
B. J. Angelle, D. W. Griffin, J. F.
Cragwell and others. The meeting
is to revive the League which was
organized some time last year.
Hon. E. C .Hughes has returned
from an extended visit through Eu
rope and is much pleased with his
trip.
Mr. Frederick Lawrence is still
quite sick, and Mr. B. J. Angelle is
attending to his duties at the court
house until he is able to return to
his work.
"Under Sealed Orders*' will be
given its last performance at the
Third Avenue Theatre Saturday ev
ening. Commencing next Sunday
evening the attraction will be none
other than the farce, "The Strange
Adventures of Miss Brown," that far
distances the celebrated "Charley's
Aunt'" for fun. The piece deals
with the adventures of Captain
Courtney, an English army officer,
who marries a ward in chancery,
which is contrary to the English law,
and a heavy fine and imprisonment
is the penalty. !To enjoy his wife's
company he dons the garb of a girl
and poses as a Miss Brown and as a
new pupil at the seminary where his
M rife was boarding. Of course the
scenes which follow are teeming
with ludicrousisms, for there are
many hair-breadth escapes from the
discovery of his sex and the audience
is convulsed with laughter from the
rise to the fall of the curtain. The
play will be sprinkled with excellent
specialties to heighten the fever of i
mirth, and that the play will receive !
an excellent presentation is needless
to say, as it will be presented by the
same painstaking company which ;
appeared in "Under Sealed Orders."
Some idea of the magnitude of the
productions of Frank Daniels' "The
Idol's Eye"; Marie Tempest's "The
Fencing Master," and De Wolf Hop- :
pers "Wang," by Col. Thompson's
Boston Lyric Opera Company for
one week, commencing Sunday, Sep
tember 9, with matinees Wednesday
and Saturday/at the Seattle Theatre, (
can be learned from the fact of the h
immense outlay for scenery and cos- Cl
tnmes for the said famous above- ti
mentioned operas. The expendi- %
tures for scenery will foot up nearly 5,
$8,000, requiring two baggage cars f.
for its transportation, and $10,000 c VI
for costumes. This does not include f
the elaborate electrical effects which ti
will be the beautiful illuminating
features at every performance. 'ti
| _^^ d<
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The forty cars of harvesting; ma- }?'
chines, 'side tracked at Kansas City ai
•waiting to get into the Kansas wheat a!
fields, have finally got there. The |j
Kansas City platform couldn't stop
them. p
ODD NAMES FOR DRINKS. • '
Mr. Regular Drinker finished his
mint julep and with a cautionary ■
ivink waved the beverage mixer '
lown the bar a few paces from where !
a later customer was burying his 1
face in a tumbler. Leaning far over i
the bar the regular drinker, accord- .
ing to the Baltimore Sun, asked in
ii confidential whisper:
"Say. what'n thunder did that fel
low order? Say, what is he drinking
anyway? I didn't quite catch it."
"Oh, he asked for a 'wet hen.'
That's another of those new drinks
that crop up in every hot spell, along
with various brands of fizzes and
rickeys."
"And, pray," asked Mr. Drinker,
"what's a 'wet hen'?"
"Well, now, you know tart or sour
drinks are liked best on hot days,
and yet some cocktail drinkers love
their dish of bitters. A 'wet hen' is
made exactly like a plain cocktail
with a strong dash of Pechaud bit
ters and half a lemon squeezed into
it: so it's a cross between a wisky
cocktail and a whisky sour."
"Oh, I see," said Mr. Drinker, as
another came in and ordered a "nose
cooler." Then Mr. Drinker watched
the process of making the said cooler
and the bartender explained it in
this wise:
"That drink is simply the discov
ery of a customer of mine, who de
clares that with the lips and the nose
kept cool while their owner swallows
an iced draught the coolness spreads
itself throughout the entire system.
"The 'nose cooler is in reality a
whisky sour, with the glass handed
up to the customer crammed full of
cracked ice. Never use syrup for the
sweetening; just a small teaspoonful
of pulverized sugar, and shake the
drink up as if your life depended on
it. The pulverized sugar spreads a
creamy, light amber tint through the
whole drink. Serve it, of course,
without straw or strainer, for the
man who orders it wants to cool his
nose."
A man ordering a "Li Hung
Chang" over the bar might appear
crazy to the uninitiated, but as a
matter of fact he gets simply gin
with a dash of fizz in it, sweetened
with sugar and made tart with lem
on instead of lime. It is what might
be termed a reasonably long drink,
and as cold as ice can make it, and as
insinuating, so to speak, as the wily
old Celestial who is accredited with
having such love and veneration for
the "foreign devils" now in the
h lowery Kingdom.
A "horse's neck" was invented by
a bartender at a popular resort just
as the proprietor was about to dis
charge him. So great did the de
mand for "horse's necks" become
that the man kept his job and pros
pered. This drink is very long and
cool. It is composed of a bottle of
imported ginger ale, whisky to suit
the taste and plenty of ice. A "horse
collar" is similar, only brandy is used
in making it instead of whisky.—
PROBATE NOTICE— THE SUPE
rior Court of the State of Washington,
for the County of King. State of Wash
ington, County of King, ss. In the mat
ter of the estate of \villiam E. Curtis,
Deceased. No. 3,225. Notice of Settle
ment of Account.
Notice is hereby given that Clarence
Curtis, administrator with the will an
nexed of the estate of William E. Curtis,
deceased, has rendered to, and filed in
said court his final account as such ad
ministrator, and that Friday, the 12th
day of October, 1900, at 9:30 o'clock a. m.,
at the court room of the probate depart
ment of our said superior court, in the
City of Seattle, in said King County, has
been duly appointed by said court for the
settlement of said account, at which time
and place any person interested in said
estate may appear and file his exceptions
in writing to said account, and contest
the same.
Witness the Hon. Wm. Hickman Moore,
judge of said superior court, and the seal
of said court hereto affixed this 31st day
of August, 1900.
(Seal) GEO. M. HOLLOWAY, Clerk.
By EARLE R. JENNER, Deputy Clerk.
_
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE
State of Washington for the County of
King. In the matter of the estate of
William E. Curtis, deceased. No. 3,225.
Order to Show Cause Why Distribution
Should Not Be Made.
Clarence Curtis, administrator with the
will annexed of the estate of William E.
Curtis, deceased, having filed in this
court a petition setting forth that said
estate is now in a condition to be closed
and is ready for distribution of the resi
due thereof among the persons entitled
by law thereto, and it appearing to the
court that said petition sets forth facts
sufficient to authorize a distribution of
the residue of the said estate;
It is therefore ordered by the court that
all persons interested in the estate of
the said William E. Curtis, deceased, be
and appear before the said superior court
of King County, State of Washington, at
the court room of the probate department
3f said court in the City of Seattle, on tne
12th day of October, 1900, at the hour of
3:30 o'clock, a. m. of said day, then and
there to show cause, if any they have,
svhy an order of distribution should not
t>e made of the residue of said estate
among the heirs and persons in said peti
tion mentioned, according to law.
It is further ordered that a copy of this
>rder be published once a week for four
successive weeks before the said 12th day
if October, 1900, in The Seattle Republi
can, a newspaper printed and published
n said King County, and of general cir
culation therein.
"Done in open court this 31st day of
August, 1900.
WM. HICKMAN MOORE, Judge.
[N THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE
State of Washington for the County of
King. W. D. Field and Annie M. Field,
his wife, Plaintiffs, vs. Donald Ross and
Mrs. D. A. Ross, his wife, Defendants.
No. Summons for Publication.
The State of Washington to the said
Donald Ross and Mrs. D. A. Ross:
You are hereby summoned to appear
vithin sixty days after the date of the
irst publication of this summons, to-wit:
vithin sixty days after the 7th day of
September, 1900, and defend the above
ntitled action in the above-entitled court,
md answer the complaint of the plain
iffs, and serve a copy of your answer
ipon the undersigned attorney for plain
iffs, at his office below stated; and in
ase of your failure so to do, judgment
vill be rendered against you according
o the demand of the complaint, which
las been filed with the clerk of said
ourt.
The object of said action is to obtain
he judgement and decree of the above
ntitled court that plaintiffs are absolute
>wners of that certain real property situ
ated in the County of King and State of
\ashington particularly described as
oilows: All of block numbered five (5),
ontaining twenty (20) lots numbered one
1) to twenty (20), and all of block num
>ered eight (8), containing twenty (20)
ots numbered one (1) to twenty (20), of
he Green Lake Electric addition to the
-ity of Seattle, King County, State of
vashington, In fee simple absolute as
heir community property and that the
efendants and each of them be required
a convey the said real property to the
laintiff W. D. Field; that upon their
allure to so convey a commissioner be
ppointed to make such conveyance; that
laintiffs have judgment for their costs
nd disbursements in said action and for
U£V. ther. further or different relief as
nal. be equitable.
, k- T- -TURNER, Plaintiffs' Attorney.
Seattle £t SSp ™om Haller Building,
oeattie, King County, Washington. I
TIMBER LAND, ACT JUNE 3, 1878.—N0- 1
tice for publication. United States
Land Office, Seattle, Wash., Aug. 25,
1900.
Notice is hereby given that in compli
ance with the provisions of the act of
congress of June 3, 1878, entitled "An act
for the sale of timber lands in the states
of California, Oregon, Nevada and Wash
ington Terirtory," as extended to all the '
public land states by act of August 4,
1892, James Christman, of Snoqualmie,
county of King, state of Washington, has
this day filed in this office his sworn
statement, No. 7,181, for the purchase of
the SWI4 of section No. 14, in township
No. 25 N, range No. 8 E, and will offer
proof to show that the land sought is
more valuable for its timber or stone than
for agricultural purposes, and to estab
lish his claim to said land before the reg
ister and receiver of this office at Seattle,
Wash., on Thursday, the 22d day of No
vember, 1900.
He names as witnesses: Joseph Emery,
of Snoqualmie, Wash.; E. G. Plum, of
Snoqualmie, Wash.; Max Winter, of Sno
qualmie, Wash.; Frank Welerd, of Sno
qualmie, Wash.
And all persons claiming adversely the
above-described lands are requested to
file their claims in this office on or before
said 22d day of November, 1900.
EDWARD P. TREMPER, Register.
ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE.—IN THE
Superior Court of King County, State
of Washington. In Probate. In the
matter of the estate of William C. Hill, 1
deceased. No. 1,142. Notice.
Notice is hereby given that pursuant to
the order of the above entitled court
made in the above entitled matter I, the
undersigned, as administrator of the es
tate of William C. Hill, deceased, with the
will annexed, will on or after the tenth
day of September, 1900, at 10 ao'clock a.
m., at 22 Haller building in the city of Se
attle, county of King and State of Wash
ington, sell at private sale to the highest
and best bidder for cash. United States
gold coin, the real property of the above
named decedent hereinafter described,
that is to say: Lot's seventeen (17) and
twenty-five (25) of B. W. Johns' and C. H.
Hanford's Five Acre lots, situated in sec
tion twenty-three (23), township twenty
four (24) north, range four (4) east, King
County, Washington.
Bids must be in writing and left at my
office at 22 Haller building aforesaid or
delivered to me personally, and must be
accompanied by ten per cent. (10%) of the
amount of the purchase price in cash or
certified check on some reputable bank
of the city of Seattle.
Dated, Seattle, Washington, August 31,
MOO.
WILLIAM H. LEWIS,
As Administrator as Aforesaid.
L. T. Turner, Attorney for said Armin
istrator.
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE
State of Vvasumgion, for King County
iLinma P. Plumiey, plaintiff, vs. Willaru
lyes. his administrators and heirs, anu
all persons, it any, having or ciaimui
an interest oi estate in anu to the here
inafter uesciioed real property, defend
aius. No Notice and Summons.
»iaie oi Was;iington to Willa.id lyes,
nis administrators and heirs wno are u.t
owners, or reputed owners, or, and a.t
persons unknown, claiming or naving an
interest- or esrate in and to the neielu
alter described real property.
lou and each »>t you are hereby nothiea
that the above named plaintin, i^mnia .f.
i'Jumley, is tne huioer or a delinquent tax
eertiiicate, No. B ZZi, issued by the treas
urer of King county, Washington, em
bracing the following real property sit
uated in King county, Wasmngton, and
more particularly described as follows, to
wit:
SE i,i of SW V - Sec. 8, Tp. 22 N., R.
5 east.
That said certificate was issued on the
2nd day of November, 1899, for the sum
of $32.94, for the delinquent taxes for- the
years 1895 and 1896; that the taxes for the
following years have been paid by the
plaintiff, to-wit: The year li>y7, the sum
jt *12.ut>; the year 1898, the sum of $8.48;
the year 1899, the sum of $9.28, which sev
eral sums bear interest at the rate of
tifteen per cent, per annum from said
date of payment.
You and each of you are hereby directed
and summoned to appear within sixty
days after the service of this notice and
summons upon you, exclusive of the date
of service, in above entitled court, and de
fend the action or pay the amount due,
together with the costs. In case of your
failure so to do, plaintiff will apply for
judgment, and judgment will be rendered
foreclosing the lien for said taxes and
costs against the real property, lands
and premises herein named.
EMMA P. PLUMLEY,
Plaintiff.
LYMAN E. KNAPP,
Attorney for Plaintiff.
Office address,. 10 Haller Building, Seattle,
Washington.
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF TH4
State of Wasmngion, tur iving County
iimma P. Plumiey, plaintiff, vs. Wniaru
ives, his administrators and heiis, and
all persons, ii any, having or claiming
an interest or estate in anu to the here
inafter described real p.-openy, defend
ants. No Notice and Summons.
State of Washington to tixe above namea
defendants who are the owners, or reput
ed owners, ot, and all persons unknown,
Claiming or having an interest or estate
in ana to the hereinafter described rea.l
property.
luu and each of you are hereby notificu
that the above named piaintiu, hmni 1
f. Plumiey, is the holder of a delinquent
tax certificate, No. B 215, issued by the
tieasurer of King county, Washington,
embracing the following real property sit
uated in King county, Washington, and
more particularly described as follows, to
wit:
Northeast quarter of southeasat quai
or section seven, townsnin twenty-two,
north of range five east (NE. V. ot SK >
Sec. 7, Tp. 22, N R. 5 E.)
That said certificate was issued on the
2nd day of November, 1599, for the sui • cr
$21.46 for the delinquent taxes for the
years 1896 and 1895; that the taxes for the
following years have been paid by the
plaintiff, to-wit: The year 1897, the sum
of $8; the year 1898, the sum of $6.31; the
year 1899, the sum of $7.51, which several
sums bear interest at the rate of fifteen
per cent, per annum from said date of
payment.
i'ou and each of you are hereby direct
ed and summoned to appear within sixty '
days after the service of this not.cc ant;
summons upon you, exclusive of the date
of service, in above entitled court, and
defend the action or pay the amount due,
together with the costs. In case or your f
failure so to do, plaintiff wiu appiy for
judgment, and juugment will be rendera
foreclosing the lien for said taxes and
oosts against the real property, lands auu
premises herein named.
EMMA P. PLUMLEY,
LYMAN E. KNAPP, VM^ SL
Attorney for Plaintiff.
Office address, 10 Haller Building, Seattle,
Washington.
IN THE SUPERIIOR COURT, PROBATE
of King County, the State of Washing
ton. In the matter of the guardianship
ot Christopher G. Hanson, Anna V.
Hanson, Gertrude B. Hanson and Oli
ver Li. Hanson, .minors. No 2 477
Order to Show Cause.
Salmon D. Sherman, guardian of the
person and estate of Oliver L. Hanson,
one of the above named minors, naving
on the 6th day of September, 1900, filed
his petition herein, praying tor an ordei
to sell all the rights, title and interest
of the said Oliver L. Hanson, in and to
the following described real estate situ
ate and being in Garfleld County, the
State of Wasnlngton, and better known
and described as the east one half of the
northwest quarter, and the east one-half
of the southwest quarter of section
twenty-one, and the northwest quarter
of section twenty-eight, all in township
thirteen, north v.r range forty-two E., \V.
M., for the purposes named in said peti
tion, and for the appointment of a com
missioner in Garfield County to make
said sale.
Said sale to be made by said commis
sioner, so appointed, at public auction
to the highest bidder for cash, subject to
confirmation of court.
And it appearing to the court from
said petition that no personal estate be
longs to said ward, and that none has
ever come into possession or knowledge
of said guardian, and that the rentals of
the real estate described as aforesaid are
not sufficient to pay the taxes thereon
and tnat it is necessary to sell said real
estate for the purposes named in said
petition.
It is therefore considered and ordered
by the court that Friday, October 12th,
L9OO, at the hour of 10 o'clock a. m., at the
2ourt house in King County, the State of
Washington, in tne equity department
if this court, be and the same is hereby
set by the court as the time and place
for a hearing on said petition, and the
said Salmon D. Sherman, guardian as
iforesald, and all other persons interest
-2d in said estate be and they are hereby
notified to be and appear at said time
and place, and show cause, if any why '
the interest of said ward in the above I '
iesenbed real estate should not be sold ,
it guardian's sale at public auction to
the highest bidder for cash, subject to '
-•onfirmation of this court. Said interest
Deing an undivided one-eighth interest in '
:ne above described real estate.
It is further considered and ordered by '
he court that this order be published for !
lye consecutive times, prior to said time !
ixed herein for a hearing on said peti- )
ion, in The Seattle Republican, a weekly
lewspaper, printed and published in the ]
-jty •* Seattle, King County, the State I
if Washington.
Dated this 6th day of September, 1900. £
WM. HICKMAN MOORE, 1
a r, r^o,™ Jud of Superior Court. •- 1
S. G. Cosgrove and S. S. Russell, attor-; 9
ie^ftI or ofG^ rcUapo *mero y' Washington. "2
Date of Ist publication, Sept. 7, 1800.
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE
State of Washington, for King County.
R. H. Young, plaintiff, vs. Moore Land
Co., and all persons unknown, if any
having or claiming an interest or estate
in and to the hereinafter described real
property, defendants. No. . Notice
and Summons.
Slate of Washington to Moore Land
Co., who are the owners, or reputed own
ers, of, and all persons unknown, claim
ing or having an interest or estate in and
to the hereinafter described real property.
You and each of you are hereby noti
fied that the above named plaintiff, R. H
Young is the holder of a delinquent tax
certificate, No. B 2258, issued oy the
treasurer of King County, Washington,
embracing the following real property
situated in King county, Washington, and
more particularly described as follows,
to-wit:
Beginning 225 feet from northeast corner
of lot three (3), in section six (6), town
ship twenty-four (24) north, range five (5)
east; thence south 110 feet; thence west
to Lake Washington; thence northerly
along the meander line of said lake, to
the north line of lot three (3), thence east
to place of beginning part of lot three
(a).
, That said certificate was issued on the
12th day of July, 1900, for the sum of
$2.33, for the delinquent taxes for the
years 1896 and 1897; that the taxes for the
toliowing years have beenpaid by the
plaintiff, to-wit: the year 1897, the sum of
*1.38; the year 1898, the sum of $1,21; the
year 1899, the sum of $1.36, which several
sums bear interest at the rate of fifteen
per cent, per annum from said date of
payment.
You and each of you are hereby direct
ed and summoned to appear within sixty
days after the service of this notice and
summons upon you, exclusive of the date
of service, in above entitled court, and
defend the action or pay the amount due
together with the costs. In case of your
failure so to do, the plaintiff will apply
for judgment and judgment will be ren
dered foreclosing tne lien for said taxes
and costs against the real property lands
and premises herein named '
R- H. YOUNG, Plaintiff.
PALMER & BROWN
Attorneys for Plaintiff, office address 533
Pioneer Building, Seattle, Washingto^
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE
OF °P a xtnnhinigt^n> for King CountyT
0. b. Paxton, J. V. Beach and H D
Simon, partners, as Paxton, Beach &
Simon, and t R. H' Lloyd and W S.
Wood, Partner ' as Lloyd & Wood
anat mt N,S> arroll °dman& defend!
ant. No. 29,223. Summons for PuUiica-
Carroll StaoodmanY aShinßtOn tO the Said
„ lou are hereby summoned to appear
wuhm sixty (60) days aft.er the date ol the
first publication of this summons, to-wit
Within sixty (CO) days after the =ha day
oi August, 1900, and defend the above en
titled action in the above entitled court
and answer the complaint of the plain
tiffs, and serve a copy of your answer
upon the undersigned attorney for plain
utts at his office below stated; and in
case of your failure so to do, judgment
will be rendered against you according to
the demand of the complaint, which has
been hied with the clerk of said court
ihe object of the above entitled action is
to secure a judgment for $750 and costs
tor money p Uain?fffs SerViCeS rendered de
tendant by plaintiffs.
Plaintiffs Attorney. P^° add^ks
sr^&*r«- seattie '
AOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE O*
real estate. Sheriff's onice.
.State ot Washington, county of King ss
By virtue of an order ot resale issued
out of the honorable superior court of
King county, on the 23rd uay of July I9uo
oy tue clerk thereof, in tne case of Cyntnia
J. Noakes, plaintin, vs. Kate Kc«fe de
lendant, (Edward F. Boyle, assignee of
judgment), No. 26,581, and to me, as sheriff
directed and delivered:
Notice is hereby given, That I will pro
ceed to sell at public auction to the high
est bidder for cash, within the hours pre
scribed by law for sheriff's sales, to-wit •
At 10 o'clock a. m. on the Bth day of Sep
tember, A. D. 1900, before the courthouse
door 01 said King county, In the state ol
Washington, all the right, title and inter
est of the said defendant in and to the
tollowing described property, to-wit:
Lot five (5), block two (2) of the supple
mental plat of block one and the south
half of block two in Terry's Fourth addi
tion to the city of Seattle, King county,
Washington, levied on as the property of
defendant April 4, 19uo, to satisfy a judg
ment amounting to $500 with interest and
costs of suit, in favor of the plaintiff.
Dated this 31st day of July, 1900
A. T. VAN DE VANTER,
By T. H. BURKE, Deputy. erlff<
Attorneys: Hughes & Kemp.
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF KING
County, State of Washington. N. Mi
chelsen, plaintiff, vs. Magdalene C. Mi
chelsen, defendant. No. 29,449. Sum
mons tor Service by Publication.
The State of Washington to the said
Magadlene C. Michelsen, defendant:
Xou are hereby summoned to appear
within sixty days after the date of the
nrst publication of this summons, to-wit:
within sixty (60) days after the 17th day
of August, 1900, and defend the above en
titled action in the above entitled court
and answer the complaint of the plaintiff
and serve a copy of your answer upon the
undersigned attorney for plaintiff at his
office below stated; and in case of your
failure so to do, judgment will be ren
dered against you according to the de
mand ot the complaint, which has been
nled with the clerk of said court. The
object of the auove entitled action is to
obtain a divorce on the grounds of
abandonment and cruelty.
Date of nrst publication of this notice
August 17, 1900.
L. ti. McLiiii^LAN, Plaintiff's Attorney.
Posioffice address, Fairnaven, Whatcom
County, Washington.
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE
State of Washington, in and for the
County of King. in the matter of the
estate of John C. Nixon, deceased.
On reading and filing the petition o
Ralph S. Hopkins, it is ordered: That al
persons interested in said estate, show
cause (if any they have) before this court
on the sth day of October, 1900, at ten
o'clock a. m. why lot 21, in block 27, and
lots 4 and 21, in block 35, all in Gilman's
addition (Ist subdivision) to the City of
Seattle, in said county of King and State
! of Washington, should not be sold for the
1 payment of the judgment lien of the pe
titioner thereon, and that this order be
published once each week for five suc
cessive weeks, prior to the day herein
, above fixed for the hearing of said peti
tion, in some newspaper published in
said county and of general circulation
therein,
ated August 30, 1900.
T ,r r, , E. D. BENSON, Judge. .
1. D. McCutcheon, Attorney for Peti
tioner.
In the superior court of the
State of Washington, for King County
Emma P. Piunney, plaintiff, vs Willard
Ives, his administrators and heirs, and
all persons, it any, having or claiming
an interest or estate 111 anu to the nere
inafter described real property, defend
ants. No. ..... Notice and Summons.
State of Washington to Willard Ivs
his administrators and heirs who are the
owners, or reputed owners, of, and uil
persons unknown, claiming or having an
interest or estate in and to the hereiu
auer described real property.
You and eacn of you are hereby notiliea
uiat the above named plaintiff, Emma P
Plumley, is, the holder of a delinquent Ux
certificate, No. B 218, issued by tne treas
urer of King county, Washington, em
bracing the tollowing real property sit
uated in King county, Washington, and
more particularly described as follows, to
?Ns^. of SW y * of SE Sec. 7, Tp
22 N., ±t. 5 east.
That said certincate was issued on the
2nd day of November, 1899, for the sum
of $10.98,. for the delinquent taxes for the
years 1895 and 1896; that the taxes for the
following years have been paid by the
plaintiff, to-wit: The year 1897, the sum of
*4; the year 1898, the sum of $3.16- the
year 1899, the sum of $3.75. which several
sums bear interest at the rate of fifteen
per cent, per annum from said date of
payment.
You and ea:.-h of you are hereby direct
ed and summoned to appear within sixty
days after the service of this notice and
summons upon you, exclusive of the date
ot service, in above entitled court, and
defend the action or pay the amount due,
together with the costs. In case of your
failure so to do, plaintiff will apply toi
judgment, and judgment will be rendered
foreclosing the lien for said taxes and
ccsts against the real property, lands and
premises herein named.
EMMA P. PLUMLEY,
Plaintiff.
LYMAN E. KNAPP,
Attorney for Plaintiff.
Office address, 10 Haller Building. R^attU
Washington.
PROBATE NOTICE.
IN THE SUPERIOR COLKT OF THE
State of Washington, for the County of
King.
State of Washington, County of King—
In the Matter of the Estate of James
A. Wirth, deceased. No. 1224. Notice of
Settlement of Account.
Notice is hereby given that Richard
Holyoke, executor of the estate of James
A. Wirth, deceased, has rendered to and
filed in said Court his final account as
such executor, and that Friday, the 28th
3ay of September, 1900, at 9:30 o'clock a.
m., at the court room of the Probate De
partment of our said Superior Court, in
the City of Seattle, in said King County,
tias been duly appointed by said Court
for the settlement of said account, at
svhich time and place any person inter
isted in said estate may appear and, file
lis exceptions in writing to said account,
md contest the same.
Witness, the Hon. Wm. Hickman
Vloore, Judge of said Superior Court, and
;he seal of said Court hereto affixed this
3d day of Augrust, 1900.
(Seal.) GEO. M. HOLLOWAY, Clerk '
By EABLE R. JENNER, Deputy Clerk.
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE
state of Washington, for King county.
Lyman E. Knapp, plaintiff, vs. W. H.
Braden and all persons unknown, if any,
having or claiming an interest or estate
in and to the hereinafter described real
property, defendants. No. Notice
and summons.
State of Washington to W. H. Braden
and unknown defendants who are the
owners, or reputed owners, of, and all
Persons unknown, claiming or having an
interest or estate in and to the hereafter
described real property.
You and each of you are hereby notified
that the above named plaintiff, Lyman E
•K-napp, la tne holder of a delinquent tax
certiheate No. 140, issued by the treasurer
°i J\ in county, Washington, embracing
the following real property situated in
King county, Washington, and more par
ticularly described as follows, to-wit:
Lots eleven and twelve (11 and 12) in
block eight (8) in the townsite of Huron.
icAr H^ aH eenincate was issued on the
i^ m Sth Au?t. lm > for the sum of
iO.DS, tor the delinquent taxes for the year
1896; that the taxes for the following years
have been paid by the plaintiff to-wit •
The year 1897, the sum of $0.45- the year
1898, the sum of $0.38; the year 1899 the
sum of $0.39, which several sums bear in
terest at the rate of fifteen per cent, per
annum from said date ot payment.
You and each of you are hereby direct
ed and summoned to appear within sixty
days after the service of this notice anu
summons upon you, exclusive of the date
of service, in above entitled court, and de
, fend the action or pay the amount due,
1 together with the costs. In case of your
fa'iure to do so, plaintiff will apply for
judgment, and judgment will be rendered
foreclosing the lien for said taxes and
costs against the real property,- lands and
premises herein named.
LYMAN E. KNAPP,
Plaintiff.
A. H. FOOTE. Attorney for Plaintiff,
Office address 13 Haller Building, Seattle,
Washington.
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE
State of Washington, for King county.
J. E. Hawkins and J. J. Turner, plain
tiffs, vs. unknown owner, and all per
sons unknown, if any, having or claim
ing an interest or estate in and to the
hereinafter described real property, de
fendants. No. 29,134. Notice and sum
mons.
State of Washington to unknown own
er, who are the owners, or reputed owners
of, and all persons unknown, claiming
or having an interest or estate in and to
the hereinafter described real property.
You and each of you are hereby noti
fied that the above named plaintiffs, J. E.
Hawkins and J. J. Turner, are the hold
ers of a delinquent tax certincate, No.
B 1,779, issued by the treasurer of King
county, Washington, embracing the fol
lowing real property situated in King
county, Washington, and more particu
larly described as follows, to-wit:
Lot 12, block 10, Lake Union addition to
Seattle.
That said certificate was issued on the
7th day of April, 1900, for th» sum of
$11.03, for the delinquent taxes for the
years 1893, 1894, 1895 and 1896; that the
taxes for the following years have been
paid by plaintiffs, to-wit: the year 1897,
the sum of $1.01; the year 189S, the sum of
$0.84; the year 1899, the sum of $0.94, which
several sums bear interest at the rate of
fifteen per cent, per annum from said
date of payment.
You and each of you are hereby direct
ed and summoned to appear within sixty
days after the service of this notice and
summons upon exclusive of the date of
service in above entitled court and
defend the action or pay the amount due,
together with the costs. In case of your
failure so to do, plaintiff will apply for
judgment, and judgment will be rendered
foreclosing the lien for said taxes and
costs against the real property, lands and
premises herein named.
J. E. HAWKINS and J. J. TURNER,
Plaintiffs.
J. C WHITLOCK,
Attorney for Plaintiffs, Office Address, 521
Pioneer Building, Seattle, Washington.
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE
State of vv ashington, tor King county,
j. *}. Hawkins and J. J. Turner, piaiu
titts, vs. unknown owner, and all per
sons unknown, if any, having or claim
ing an interest or estate in and to the
hereinafter described real property, de
fendants. No. 29,137. Notice and sum
■ mons.
State of Washington to unknown own
er, wno are owners, or reputed owners,
vi, and all persons unknown, claiming
ur having an interest or estate in and to
liio Hereinafter described real property.
iou and each of you are hereby noti
ced that the above named plaintins J. E.
xiawKins and J. J. Turner, are the holders
oi a delinquent tax certificate, No. ti
uit, issued by the treasurer of King
county, Washington, embracing the fol
lowing real property situated in King
couniy, VV ashington, and more particu
larly uescribed as follows, to-wit:
Lot 9, block lv, Lake Union addition to
Seattle.
mat said certificate was issued on the
fth uay of April, 19«W, for the sum of $11.03,
ior , tne delinquent taxes for the years
xtni, is»4, isao and IB9t>; that tne taxes for
the toliowing years have been paid by tne
piainun, to-wu: 'me year lsai, tne sum of
♦i.tu; the year i»9S, tne sum of $0.84; the
year 1»!>9, the sum ot $0.94, which several
sums Dear interest at the rate of niteen
per cent, per annum from said date of
payment.
iou and each of you.are hereby direct
ed auu summoned 10 appear wiuun sixty
uays alter the service us. mis notice and
otnninons upon you, exclusive ot trie date
oi scinc-e, in aoove entitled court, anu
deiend tne action or pay tne amount due
vogetner with tne costs. In case oi your
ianure so lo uo, plamtitl win apply ior
juu&meiit, and juagrnenl win L>e rendered
xoieciosuig tne lien tor said taxes anu
costs against the real property, lands and
premises nerein nameu.
J. t<±. HAWKINS and J. J. TURNER,
Piaintius.
J. C. WHiiLU^n.,
Attorney for Plain Onice address, 521
Pioneer Building, oeaitie, wasninston.
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THL
State of Wasnington, ior *».ing county,
j. n.. Hawkins and J. J. Turner, piam
tiris, vs. unknown owner, anu an per
sons unknown, it any, having or claim
ing an interest or estate in and to me
hereinafter described real property, ue
tenuants. No. 29,i3t>. Notice and sum
mons.
State of Washington to unknown own
er, who are tne owners, or reputed own
ers, ot, and all persons unknown, claim
ing or having an interest or estate in and
io the hereinatter described real property.
iou and each ot you are hereby noti
iieu tnat the above nameu piainims, J. i..
fiawiuns and J. J. Turner, are the hold
cis oi a delinquent tax certincate, Wo. i>
uil, issued by me treasurer of King
county, Wasnington, embracing ihe toi
lowing real property situated in King
couniy, VVashingion, and more particular
ly described as ioilows, to-wit:
L,ut iv, block. 10, Lake Union addition to
Seattle.
iiui said certincate was issued on the
7th uay of April, 1900, tor the sum oi
♦11.03, ior the delinquent taxes tor the
years 1893, lsy4, i»9a and 18yt>; that the
taxes tor the iollowing years have been
paid by the plaintiffs, to-wit: the year
UtG, tne sum ot $1.01; the year 1698, the
sum oi $0.54; the year 1899, the sum ot
♦u.y4, whicn several sums bear interest ai
the rate of ntteen per cent, per annum
' irum said date oi payment.
xou and each of you are hereby directed
and summoned to appear witnin sixty
uays afier the service of this notice anu
summons upon you, exclusive of the date
oi service, in above entitled court, anu
defend tne action or pay tne amount due,
together wiih the costs. In case of your
tauure so to uo, plaintiff will apply for
judgment, and judgment will be rendered
ioreclosing' the lien for said taxes and
costs against me real property, lands and
premises herein named.
J. ti. HAWKINS and J. J. TURNER,
■<■"•■ ■•■■. Plaintiffs.
J. C. WHITLOCK,
Attorney for Plaintifts; Office Address, 621
Pioneer building, Seattle. Wasnington.
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE
State ot vvasnington, for King County.
iiiieanor J. Alexander, Piaintiti, vs. Her
man Peterson, and all persons unknown,
if any, naving or claiming an interest or
estate in and to the - nereinaf ter de
scribed real property. Defendant. No.
2»1i4. Notice and summons.
State of Washington to Herman Peter
son, who is the owner, or reputed owner,
of, and all persons unknown, claiming or
naving an interest or estate in and to the
hereinafter described real property.
You and each of you are hereby noti
fied that the above named plaintiff, Elea
nor J. Alexander, is the holder of a de
linquent tax certificate, No. B 1275, issued
by the treasurer of King County, Wash
ington, embracing the following real
property situated in King County, Wash
ington, and more particularly described
as follows, to-wit:
Lot 5, in block 10. Central Seattle Addi
tion to Seattle.
ocT na said certificate was issued on the
?oJ 13U da of April, 1900, for the sum of
»29.07, tor the delinquent taxes for the
years 1886 1894, 1895 and 1896; that the
•l S vsor^ he f°Howing years have been
Paid by the plaintiff, wit: the year
1897, the sum of $4.24; the year 189S, the
f-? m ° tJ^-i the year 1899, the sum of
* 7k wmch several sums bear interest
at the rate of fifteen per cent, per an
num from said date of payment.
you and each of you are hereby direct
ed and summoned to appear within sixty
days after the service of this notice and
summons upon you, exclusive of the date
ot,service, in above entitled court, and
defend the action or pay the amount due,
together with the costs. In case of your
failure so to do, plaintiff will apply for
Judgment, and judgment will be rendered
foreclosing the lien for said taxes and
costs against the real property, lands and
premises herein named.
A . . „, F. G. WHITAKER,
Agent for Eleanor J. Alexander, Plal'n
tiff.
Attorney for Plaintiff. <MBce! TyA."WTES
Attorney for Plaintiff. OXflce'Addresg »«
IN JUSTICE'S COURT—Before C. G. Aus
tin, justice ol tne peace in and ior s>e
aiue precinct, iving county, state ol
vvasnington. Jonn bullivan, plaiatiit, v&.
E. tx. isner, ueienaant. i.\o »um
mons lor publication.
State of Wasnmgton, county of King, ss:
To hj. ±i. i?'isiier, in tne: name 01 tne
state ol \v ashingion, you are hereby noli
nea that Jonn eSuilivan has niea a. com
plaint against you in. saiu court whiei.
will come on to oe hearu at my oilice in
room 3ia Pioneer ouilaing, Seatue, in King
county, Washington, on the Ist day of
September, A. x>. lyoo, at the hour of y
o'clock a. m., and unless jou appear and
then and there answer, the same will be
taken as coniessed and the demand of
the plaintitt granted. 'me object and de
mand of saia complaint of John Sullivan
is to recover $yy, being tne reasonable
value of storage for storing certain per
sonal property to-wit: Desks, chairs and
other office furniture from October 1. IS**,
to date hereof, viz: August 1, 1900.
Complaint riled August 1, A. Jj. 1900.
C. G. AUSTIN,
Justice of the peace, Seattle precinct,
King county, Wash.
IN JUSTICE'S COURT— C. G. Aus
tin, justice of the peace in and for »e
--attie precinct, King county, state ol
Washington. John Sullivan, plaintiff, vs.
\V. L. Russell and Charles iii. Russell,
co-partners under the firm name and
style ot rtussell & Kusseil, delendaius.
No Summons for publication.
State of Washington, county ot iving, ss:
To W. L. Russell and Charles E. Russell,
in the name of the state of Washington,
you are hereby notified that John Sulli
van has tiled a complaint against you in
said court which will come on to be heard
at my office in room 319 Pioneer building,
Seattle, in King county, Washington, on
the Ist day of September, A. D. 1900, ai
the hour of 9 o'clock a. m., and unless you
appear and then and there answer, the
same will be taken as confessed and the
demand of the plaintiff granted. The ob
ject and demand of said complaint of said
John Sullivan is to recover the reason
able value, to-wit: $99 for the storage of
certain personal property, viz.: Safe, desk,
chairs and other office fixtures and furni
ture which has been stored by plaintiff
for defendant from .about October 1, 1894,
to date hereof, to-wit: July 31, 1900.
Complaint filed July 31, A. D. 1900.
C. G. AUSTIN, .
Justice of the peace,. Seattle precinct,
King county. Wash.
NOTICE.—SHERIFF'S SALE OF REAL.
Estate. State of Washington, County
of King, ss. Sheriff's Office.
By virtue of an execution issued out of
the honorable superior court of King
County, on the 21st day of July, 1900, by
the clerk thereof, in the case of Ellen
Wyatt, as executrix of the last will and
testament of R. Wyatt, deceased, substi
tuted as plaintiff for said R. Wyatt, ver
sus Frank Hemen, defendant, No. 28,
--600, and to me, as sheriff, directed and de
livered:
Notica is hereby given that I will pro
ceed to sell at public auction to the high
est bidder for cash, within the hours pre
scribed by law for sheriff's sales, to-wit:
At 10 o'clock a. m. on the Bth day of Sep
tember, A. D. 1900, before the court house
door of said King County, in the State of
Washington, all the right, title and inter
est of the said defendant in and to the
following described property, situated in
King County, Washington, to-wit: Lot
six (6), in block thirty-eight (38), in A. A.
Denny's addition to the City of Seattle,
known as A. A. Denny's sixth addition to
said city, levied on as the property of de
fendant, to satisfy a judgment amounting
to $458.80, with interest and costs of suit,
in favor of the substituted plaintiff.
Dated this Bth day of August, 1900.
A. T. VAN DE VANTER, Sheriff.
By T. H. BURKE, Deputy.
Attorney: L. H. Wheeler.
NOTICE.—SHERIFF'S SALE OF REAL
instate. State of Washington, County
oi King, ss. Sheriffs oftice.
By virtue of an execution issued out of
the Honorable Superior Court of King
County, on tne i7tn day of July, 1900, by
the clerk thereof, in tne case of Charles
Verd and Thomas Sanders, copartners do
ing business as Verd & Sanders, plain
tins, versus Fremont Milling Company,
defendant. No. 22,299, and to me, as Sher
iff, directed and delivered.
Notice is hereby given. That I will pro
ceed to sell at public auction to the high
est bidder for cash, within the hours pre
scribed by law for Sheriff's sales, to-wit:
At 10 o'clock A. M. on the 25th day of
August, A. D. IyOO, before the Court Hous«
door of said King County, in the State
of Washington, all the right, title and
interest of the said defendant in and to
the following described property situated
in Kins County, State of Washington, to
wit: Lots 12 and 13, block 57, Denny &
Hoyt's addition to Seattle, and lot 31,
block 1, Wheeler's 3rd addition to City
of Seattle, levied on as the property of
defendant to satisfy a judgment amount
ing to $1,929.39, with interest and costs of
suit, in favor of the plaintiffs.
Dated this 19th day of July, 1900
A. T. VAN DE VANTER,
By T. H. BURKE, Deputy. Shen
Attorney: A. W. Frater.
NOTICE.
Sheriff's Sale of ±teal Estate.
eitate of Washington, Couuty of King, ss. Sher
ltt's oniue.
By virtue of an Order ot oaie issued out of the
Houorauie Superior court, of Kiug (Jouutv, on
we a>ih uay oi j uue, 19uu, by me Cierk tnereoi
iv tne caseol oaran (Jiougii ami Jaue «Jlougn'
piamuits. veraus vvuiiaui rJo.,Uno>d auu
jiieauof Uootnroyd, ni» wne; A., i.. Junes ana
AeiueO. Joues, ills wile; J/rederiufc W. unoud
au>. oo^nia. unovii, his wife; luaiv Jane t,emvii
ager »uu ±ienn x. l.enienager, iier huouueu-
Aiexauuer . v*eorgL,eineuagaud Joanna
<iimi, defendants.
Ixu. 2ouou, auu io me as Sheriff, uirected and
d-iiveieu:
JNoiice is hereby given that 1 will proceed to
sell vi puonc uucuoii lo me uigiiest uiuuei lor
casii, wilUlu ihe hours presciiueu u> law lor
olierillo sales, to-.wu: At. iv v cluck a. m on
tue zo uay ol August, a. li. lauo, bcioie vi
uourliiouse uoor ol saiu iving county, in tne
Diaie or Wasnington, an tne ii^ni, uue ami in
leresl ol tue saiu ueieuuaiiu. in auu lo me loiiuw
ing uescriueu pioperty, situateu lv King county
oiait oi vvasningiou, 10-wit: me noiuicast
iiuarier oi ihe aoutueasi quarter and me uurtn
ten acres oi me sontneum quarter ol me souin
east quaitei ol section luuteeii in towusnip
tweuij two, norm ol lange two, east oi tne
v> lilaiuelte Jieriuau, containing in tui oO acres
more or icso, togetner vvnn an me reins, issues
a,nu pro n uieieoi; and tne einuiements tiiere
ou auu me nxiures increio aitucneu: levied on
as vie property oi delenuanta. to salisiy a
judgment amounting to ♦i,4,j.u0, wuh nucres
auu cob is ol suit, lii lavoi oi tue plaiutin.
lsaleu tnisl/lu Uaj ol July, iyoo.
a. x. Vaj i>» YAMisii, onerift.
x>y 1. it. uunKji, .Deputy.
Attorney F. A. Hudei, latuma.
rust puoiicatioii july w, lyoo.
.Uibl publication August 25, iyoo.
IN TtiS SUPERIOR COURT OF THl^
State ot vvasnmgton, ior .iving cuumj.
State ul vv itsiiiiij;iun, luuhij oi ivnio,
e>s. J^imua Sciiueiaiit, fmimlt| | Vs.
r^uwin ocuueiaut, jueienuant. mo. —
oiiimuuiis lor i^uulicalion.
■j.nt» otate oi vvasmngiun to the said
i^uwin buuoeraite, Uetenuant:
lou are hereoy summoned to appear
witiuu sixty uays alter tne date oi me
iirst puoacatioii oi mis cummous, to-wit;
tviLiun sixty uays aiier tue oiu uay ol
August, xwt), anu ueiend tne above eu
uueu action m tne aoove entitieu couit
ana answer tne complaint ot me piain-
Uit auu serve a copy oi your aiiswer
upon me undersigned attorney tor tue
pianuiu at ins o cc oelow stated, and in
case ot your tailuie so to uo, juugiuent
win be renuereu against you uccuruing
to the uemanu ol me compiaint, wuicn
nas^een meu with tne cie,* oi the s<ua
court.
The object of the said action is to ob
tain a uivorce between me piaintui and
me uetendant and to have me custody
ot the minor cmid of tne piaintiu and
defendant awarded to tue piaiuun.
L. T. TU.KiN.tiK, Piaintin. s Attorney.
Postotnce addiess: Zi. jtianer xjuimiiig,
Seattle, King Couniy, Washington.
IN TH& SUPERIOR COUKT Ui'' THji
State oi vvasmiigiun, ior t^nm county.
£.mma P. Piumle-y, piauuin, vs. Vv iiiara
IVes, vis auiiuuisudiuis, anu a.v j,ei
sons UllKllOWll, ii. any, uu.vill S Ol- (MUUliOjj
an inteiest or estate in auu to tnt uereiu
a.itei- ucsciibeu leal piopeity, ueieliu
unts. iNo i\oiice anu buiiiinuub
oiate oi vvasniu^ton tv vvmaru ives,
nis aumiHistiators and heirs, wno are me
owners, or reputeu owners, or, and al.
peisoiio unknuwu, Claiming or iiaving an
interest or estate in and to tue hereiuo-nei
descrioeu reai^ property.
lou and eacn of you are hereby notitieu
..aiued plaintiff, Emma P.
Plumley, is the holder oi a ueuiniuuiii. tax
certincate, No. ii 221; issued uy me treas
urer of King county, Washington, em
bracing the iollowing real property sit
uated in King county, Wasnington, and
more particularly described as follows, to
wn:
NW V 4 of SW i/i, Sec. 8, Tp. 22 N , R
5 east.
Tnat said certificate was issued on th
2nd uay of November, I8»i», for the sum
of $iz.b-i tor the delinquent taxes for the
years 1895 and 189tJ; tnat the taxes for the
following years have been paid by the
plaintin, to-wit: The year lbut, the sum
of $12.06; the year 1898, the sum of $9.48;
the year l^yy, me sum of »y.2S, which sev
eral sums bear interest at the rate of fif
teen per cent, per annum from said date of
payment.
iou and each of you are hereby direct
ed and summoned to appear witnin sixty
days after the service of this notice -*nd
summons upon you, exclusive of the date
of service, in aLove entitled court, aaa
defend the action or pay the amount due,
together with the costs. In case of your
failure so to do, plaintiff will apply lor
judgment, and judgment will be rendered
foreclosing the lien for said taxes and
costs against the real property, lands and
premises herein named.
EMMA P. PLUMLEY,
Plaintiff.
LTMAN E. KNAPP,
Attorney for Plaintiff.
Office address, :o Haller Building, Seattle,
WMhiafftoa.
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE
State of Washington, tor King County
Emma P. Piumiey, piaintitt, vs. Willaid
Ives, his administrators and heirs, and
all persons, it any, having or claiming
an interest or estate 111 ana to the here
inafter described real propeny, ueienu
aius. No Notice anu buiuuiuiu.
Siate ot Washington to vvniaiu I^.-,
his administrators and heirs wno aie inu
owners, or reputea owners, 01, ana n.i
persons unknown, claiming or i.aving an
n.terest or estate in and to tne heieiu
atter described real property.
iou and eacu or you are nereby notihea
that the above riameu piainuft, rJmina P.
Piumiey, is the holder or a deunquem. lux
certihoate, No. B 2iy, issued by tne treas
urer of King couniy, Washington, em
bracing the following real property sit
uated in King county, wasairigion, anu
more particularly described as follows, to
wit:
SE ft of SE ft. Sec. 7, Tp. 22 N, R 5
east.
That said certincate was issued on the
2nd day of November, laytf, lor the sum
ol $21.4t>, for the delinquent taxes for the
years 1595 and 1596; that the taxes for the
loUowing years nave been paid by the
piaintift, to-wit: Tne year VSSft, the sum ot
*S; the year 1898, the sum of *6.3 i; tiie
year 1899, the sum ot $7.51, which several
sums bear interest at the rate of nfteen
per cent, per annum from said date of
payment.
iou and each of you are hereby direct
ed and summoned to appear within sixty
days after the service of this notice a nu
summons upon you, exclusive of the u_ti<_
of service, in above entitled court, a;, a
defend the action or pay tne amount due,
together with the cosls. In case or your
failure so to do, plaintiff will apply lor
judgment, and judgment will be rendeied
foreclosing the lien for said taxes and
ccsts against the real property, lands anu
premises herein named.
EMMA P. PLUMLEY,
Plaintifl.
LYMAN E. KNAPP,
Attorney for Plaintiff.
Office address, IJ Haller Building, Seattle,
Washington.
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE
State of Washington, for King County
Emma P. Plunney, plaintiff, vs. W iliaru
Ives, his administrators and heirs, anu
all persons, it any, having or claiming
an interest or estate in and to the here
inalter described real property, defend
ants. No Notice and Summons.
State of Wasnington to vVnlaru ivts,
his administrators and heirs who are the
owners, or reputed owners, 01, and iili
persons unknown, claiming or naving un
interest or estate in and to tlie herein
after described real property.
You and each of you are nereby notiheu
that the above named piaintin., i^mma '■.
Piumiey, is the holder of a delinquent Lax
certihcate, No. B 220, issued by the treas
urer of King county, Washington, em
bracing the following real property sit
uated in King" county, Washington, and
more particularly described as follows, to
wit:
NE. ft of SW. ft. Sec. 8, Tp. 22 N., R.
5 east.
' That said certificate was issued on the
2nd day of November, ldyy, lor the sum
of $32.94, for the delinquent taxes lor the
years 1895 and lsyti: that the taxes for the
following years nave been paid by the
plaintiff, to-wit: The year lbys, the sum
of $8.48; the year 1899, the sum of $9.25;
which several sums bear interest at the
rate of fifteen per cent, per annum from
date of payment.
You and each of you are hereby direct
ed and summoned to appear within sixty
days after the service of this notice and
summons upon you, exclusive of the date
of service, in above entitled court, and
defend the action or pay the amount due.
together with the costs. In case of your
failure so to do, plaintiff will apply ioi
judgment, and judgment will be rendered
foreclosing the lien for said taxes and
costs against the real property, lands anu
premises herein, named.
EMMA P. PLUMLEY,
Plaintift.
LYMAN E. KNAPP,
Attorney for Plaintiff.
Office address, 10 Haller Building, Seattle
Washington.
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE
State of Washington, for King county.
J. E. Hawkins and J. J. Turner, plain
tiffs, vs. unknown owner, and all per
sons unknown, if any, having or claim
ing an interest or estate in and to the
hereinafter describeu real property, de
fendants. No. 29,135. Notice and sum
mons:
State of Washington to ! unknown own
er, wno are the owners, or reputed own
ers, of, and all persons unknown, claim
ing or having an interest or estate in ana
to me hereinafter described real prop
erty.
lou and each of you are hereby noti
iiea inal the above named plaintiffs, J iv.
Hawkins and J. J. Turner,- are the hold
ers ol a delinquent tax certificate, No.
a 17V8, issued by the treasurer of King
county, Washington, embracing the' fol
lowing real property situated in .King
county, Washington, and more particular
ly described as follows, to-wit:
Lot 11, blocK 10, Lake Union addition to
Seaille.
That said certiticate was issued on the
Tth aay 01 April, ibiK), for tne sum oi
*ii.u3, tor the delinquent taxes tor the
years i&y3, l»y4, lsyo and lS9o; that the
taxes tor the ioliowing years have been
paid by the plaintiffs, to-wit; tne year
i 63«, tne sum or *i.vi; the year ioyb, the
sum 01 $v.&4; the year i&yy, me sum 01
♦o.j-j, which seveial sums bear interest ai
tne rate ot nfteen per cent, per annum
iiom said date of payment. ■
luu ana eacn 01 >ou are nereby direct
ed and summoned to appear wiuun sixt>
uays alter me service 01 tins notice anu
summons upon you, exclusive oi the date
ol service, in above enutieu court, anu
uetenu me action or pay tne amount uue,
together with ihe costs. JUi case 01 juui
la.ll cue so to do, piamiili wni appiy lor
juuguiem, ana juuguieiit win be leuueiou
cciosing tue lien 101 saiu taxes and
costs against tne real piopeity, lanus ana
eiuists herein nameu.
j. n.. HAVV^fisa and J. J. TURNER,
laiiiLins.
J. C. VVHlit^ociv,
Attorney for Plaintiffs; onn_e Auuiess, 0:21
ir'loneer buuuing, Seattle, vvasmugtoii.
iN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF KiNU
County, state 01 vv asmngtou, C i^ius
Snepuard, jPiaimiit, vs. janel i^iewei
lyn, ueienuaiu. mo. —. INotice.
State 01 Washington to the above
named deiendant, Janel Laeweuyn:
lou are nereby nouiieu uiai CJ Ellis
Shepnard, tne a^ove-named piaintin., is
the owner and holder of a delinquent lax
eeitihcaie emoiacing lot TO, biocK -4, of
die second pial oi Vv est Seattle, ixiug
County, State of Washington, tne said
delinquent tax certincate having been
issued for tne state, county and city
taxes on said described real estate tor the
year l&atj; that tne following are the
amounts due thereon:
Cost of delinquent tax c_.
May 29th, lyoo, thirty-seven and 15-100 dol
iars; amount paid county tor redemp
tion of delinquency certiucate issued to
county, one nundred thirty-eight and
5-100 dollars; paid May 29th, lytw, taxes of
isy7, thirty-one and SS-100 dollars; paid
May 29th, 1900; taxes of 1898, twenty
seven and 37-liXi dollars, paid May
ayth, 1900, and taxes of lbyy. twenty
four and 47-100 dollars, paid May iytn,
lyuO, and the said sums bear interest from
date of their payment, as specined above
at the rate of lifteen per cent, per an
num.
y.ou, the said Janet Llewellyn, are the
owner of the above described property to
the best of the subscriber's Knowledge,
information and belief, and you are here
by summoned and required to appear
within sixty days after the service of mis
notice on you, exclusive 01 the day of
service, and defend the said action or
pay the amount due on tne delinquent
tax certificate and taxes as above set
forth, and you are noiined that in case
of your failure so to do, judgment will be
rendered foreclosing tne lien for the
taxes above set forth and costs against
the land and premises hereinabove de
scribed.
Dated July 10, 1900.
C. ELLIS SHEPHARD,
Owner of the above described certincate
of delinquency, and plaintiff.
By BYEKS & BIKKS, His Attorneys,
v. \-9- aress. rooms 507-8 Mutual Life
building, Seattle, Wash.
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OK THE
State of Washington for the County ot
King.-ln Probate.
In tne Matter ot tne Estate of James A.
irth, deceased. No. I^4. Order to
Snow Cause Why Distribution Should Not
Be Made.
Richard Holyoke, executor of the estate
of James A. wirtn, deceased, having rued
in this Court his petition setting rorih
that said estate is now in a conuition to
be closed and is ready for distribution of
ihe residue thereof among the persons en
titled by law thereto, anu it appearing 10
the Court ithat saiu petition sets lottn
tacts sufficient to authorize a distribution
01 the residue of said estate-
It is thereiore ordered by the Court
that all persons interested in tne estate
01 the said James A. Wirth, deceased, De
and appear berore the said Superior Court
01 King County, State of Wasnington at
ihe court room of the Probate i>epart
ment ot said Court in the city of Seattle, ;
on tne 28th day of September, 1%0 at the 1
nour of 9:3U o'clock a. m. ot said day tnen i
ana there to show cause, it any tnej 1
nave, wny an order of distribution shoulu !
not be made of the residue of said estate ■
among tne heirs and persons in said pen- ]
tion mentioned, according to law.
It is further ordered that a copy of this |
order be published once a week for four ,
successive weeks before the said -sui aay ,
of September, 1900, in the Seattle Republi- (
can, a newspaper printed and pubiisneu •
in said King Count and of general cir
culation therein.
Done in open Court this 23d day of Au
gust, 1900.
WM. HICKMAN MOORE, Judge.
„-.
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE Ob%
real estate. Sheriff's othce. \
State or Washington, county of King, ss
i_,y virtue ol an oraer 01 sale, issueu oui
01 vie honorable superior court or King1--
county, on me isi uay ot august, isuu,-,
oy me cierk ihereor, in me casu vi Maiy ■
--v. *eeK, piainuu, vs. Wiliiain v: Ogueu,
ii.uwiiiu vv. iviaus, Jessie iv. .via nis
wue; me Elgin uairy Company, a corpora
uou, ana i. in. iiigelow, defendants. No.
£&,«4tf, and to me, as sneriil, directed and
uenvereu:
Notice is hereby given, That I will pro
ceed lo sell at public auction to tne hign
est bidder for casn, witnin tne hours pre
ociioea by law ior snerirt's sales, to-vit:
.-\i ju o ciock. a. m., on the am day of
otptemuer, a. l>. ismx), belore tne court
mjuse door of .saiu Iving coumy, in <xc
aiate oi Washington, an tne right, title
uiiu interest of me saiu aeteuUants in and
lo tne lOliowmg oescribeU property, sit
uateu in Iving county, state of Wasniny
ton, to-wit: Tne soutnwest quarter of the
i.v tnvvest quarter oi section unity-two,
covvusmp twenty-Lwo norm of range hve
eust oi me Willamette meridian, levied on
as the property or defendants to satisfy a
juugment amounting to $532.2 a, witn in
teiest and cosis of suit, in favor of ihe
plaintiff.
uatea this Ist day of August, 1900. _^-
A. i. VAN DE VAM'i'ER,
Sherift.
By T. H. BURKE, Deputy.
Attorneys: Stratton & .Powell.
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE
Stale of V\ asnington, ior King County.
Jonn V. Kiingensmith, plaintiff, vs.
Cora Kiingensnnth, defendant. No.
Summons tor Publication.
The State of Washington to the said
Cora V. Klingensmith, defendant:
You are nereby summoned to appear
within sixty (till; days after the date of
ihe nrst puolication of mis summons, to
wit: linin sixty (.tiO) days of the 17th
day, of August, 19U0, and detend the above
entitled action in tne above entitled
court, anu answer the complaint of the
piamiitrs, and serve a copy or your an
swer upon tne unrersignea attorney lor
piaintins at nis nee oeiow stated; and
in ca.be of your failure so to do, judgment
will be rendered against you according to
ihe demand or tne complaint, wnich has
ueen nied with tne cierK ot said court.
l'he object or the aoove entitled action is
io obtain a uivorce.
Z. is. RaWSuN, Plaintiff's Attorney.
Posioince address, b±< .raciric Building,
Seatue, King county, "Washington.
_____
IN TMK SUPERIOR COURT OF THE
Slate ol wasnington, loi iving County
i_uiina, i. i'luiiuey, piaiiiurt, va. WHiaru
ives, ais mimiiHbuaiuia aua neirs, and
ail persons, v any, iiaving oi claiming
au interest or esiale in ana to the nere
iiidia-r ueseribeu real propeny, ueieiiu
aiiLS. mo Notice ana £>mnmons.
otate oi Wasningiou to Winaru lye.->,
»ns auinimsiiaiors ana neirs wno are me
uvwiers, or reputeu oWneis, oi, ana _.•'
t/eiauns unKiiovvn, claiming or naving an
.m-ciesL or osiate in and to tne neieiu
aiLci uescribeu i eai property.
xou a.nu eacn oi you are Hereby notilied
mat me above named piaintiii, r-tuma P
luuiiej , i.-> me iioluer ol a Ueuiuiuent tax
certiucate, No. B ZZZ, issued by tne treas
urer of King couiuy, vvasmngton, em
bracing me lollowing real property su
uated in King county, vvasnin_rton, and
more particularly described as follows, to
wit:
SvV. ft of SVV. ft, Sec. S, Tp. 22 N., R 5
east.
That said certincate was issued on the
2nd day of November, I»y9, lor the sum
of $27ay, for the delinquent taxes for the
yeais ist)j and 189ti; that the taxes for the
lonuwing years nave been paid by tne
piaintiri, to-wii: _he year I»a7, the sum
of *».&ti; the year 1898, tne su mof Jti.93; the
year lsyy, the sum of $7.58, which several
sums bear interest at the rate of nfteen
per cent, per annum from said date of
payment.
You and each of you are hereby direct
ed and summoned to appear within sixty
days after the service of this notice and
summons upon you, exclusive of the date
oi service, in. above entitled court, and
defend the action or pay the amount due,
together with the costs. In case of your
failure so to do, plaintiff will apply lor
judgment, and judgment will be rendered
foreclosing the lien for said taxes and
costs against the real property, lands ar.u
premises herein named.
EMMA P. PLUMLET,
LYMAN E. KNAPP,
Attorney for Plaintiff. ■
Office address, 10 Haller Building, Seattle
Washington.
li\ iiiii, ii,KIUK COURT OF TH_
Slate of vv asnington, xor iiang County
.c-iuma .p. .fiuimey, piainuii, v_.'VviluuU
.ives, nis aamimsuaiors and neiis, anu
ail persons, n any, navni_, or ciaimms
au interest or estate in aim to tne nerc
liianei described reai properly,, uetenu-"
ants. mo. iNotice ana aumuioiia.
otate 01. Vvasningtou to walara iv-s
nis administrators ana heirs wno are me'
owners, or reputeu owners, oi, ana «u
--persons unKnown, claiming or naving an
interest or esuue in ana to the em
after uescribea real property.
iou ana eaca ol you are nereby notilied
that me above naniea piainun, ji,mma r
-riunuey, is tne noiaer oi a aeunqueni. tux
ceatiucate i\o. a 2it>, issued by tue titao
urer ot King county, wasnington, eui
biacing me following real property sit
uaieu in Jving county, vvasniugtou, and
mole particularly desenbea as tonows, to
-. -n. VV. I/4i /4 of SE. v*. Sec. 7, Tp. ■££, N. R
0 east.
1"<"- said certificate was issued on the
'nu uay oi i\uvemi>er, isyy, tor me sum
01 *oc.oo; ior tne ueimquent taxes lor me
jeuis ±b*o and isyt>; that tn<i taxes ior me
loiiowing ->eai» nave been paid by tne
piaintm, to-wit: Tne year loao, tne sum
oi. tii.a6; me year isyy, tne sum ot %u.\j&
whicn several sums bear interest at mo
raLe oi ntteen per cent, per annum from
said date ot payment.
iou ana eacn oi you are hereby direct
ed and summoned to appear wimin sixty
days alter me service oi mis notice ana
ouiuinuiis upon you, exclusive ot tne da.ie
oi service, in above entitled court, ana
ueienu vie action or pay tne amount due,
togeuiei Witn me coots, in case oi your
laiiuie so to do, plaintiff will appiy ior
juugment, ana juu&uieiu will be rendered
loieciosmg me ntnt lor said taxes and
i^osis against _ne real property, lands and
premises herein nameu.
-LiUMA P. PL.UML.EY
LYMAN E. KNAPP,
Attorney for Plaintiff.
Ottice address, 10 Haller Building, Seattle
Washington.
*M inn, SUPERIOR COURT OF THE
otae oi v* a^iiington, ior ±\.int; County
i^inma P. .t-iunney, piamuii, vs. vvmaid
ivcs, ins auuiiiustrators ana heirs, ana
ail sons, li any, naving oj claiming
an micieoL ur estate 111 anu to me ner©
iiiu.j.Lci ucsciioea real property, ueleuu
ants. mo Notice ana summons.
oi-ate oi Washington to Wniaxa Ivts
nis aamnusiratois ana heirs wno are the'
owners, or reputed owners, oi, and al
persons unknown, claiming or having ai
»nteiest or estate in and to tne eui
aitei- uescribed reai property.
1 ou anu eacn oi you are hereby notified
tnat tne above named piainutt, Emilia r
Piumiey, is the holder ot a delinquent tax
certincate, No. n m, issued by tne trea-^
urer ot King county, Washington, em
bracing the following real property sit
uated in Jxing county, Wasnington, and
more particularly described as follows, to-
W y 2 of SW 14 of SE i^, Sec. 7, Tp. 22
N. K. 5 east. '
Tnat saiu certificate was issued on the
Zna aay 01 November, iaa», tor the sum
oi $i**6, ror tne delinquent taxes ior tne
yeais ibi>b and ±syb; tnat tne taxes for the
loiiowing years nave been paid Dy tne
piaintin, to-wit: The year lst»«, tne sum of
*■*, tne year isys, the sum of *3.1b; the year
i&yy, the sum or »3.75, which several sums
bear interest at the rate of ntteen pei
cent, per annum lrom said date ot pay
lou and each of you are hereby direct
ed and summoned to appear witnin sixty
ua>s alter vie service ot mis notice and
summons upon >ou, exclusive of the date
ot service, in above entitieu tu-;., _„
utienu me action or pay tha amount due,
togetner wun tne costs. In case of your
failure so to ao, plaintiff will apply lor
judgment, and judgment will be rendered
foreclosing the lien for said taxes and
costs against the real property, lands an-i
premises herein named.
EMAIA P. PLUMLEr,
Plaintiii.
LYMAN E. KNAPP,
Attorney for Plaintiff.
Office address, 10 Haller Building, Seattle,
Washington.
IN THE BUPERIOR COURT OF THE
State of Washington for the County of
King. Sarah Jane La Favor, Plaintiff,
vs. David La Favor, Defendant. No
2-J.574. Summons by Publication.
The State of Washington to the said
David La Favor, defendant. You are
hereby summoned to appear within sixty
days after the 7th day of September, A
Ain^'ir, ?h deend the above entitled
action in the above entitled court, and
answer the O nv° mlaint Of the plaintiff ' and
un,l t 'rsiLn'"!' y "'' yOUr answer upon the
in,!,., signed k ttorneys for plaintiff at
inn- office below stated; and in case of
ou failure bo to do, judgment will be
rendered against you according to the
eland of the complaint, which has been
nied with the clerk of said court. The
object of the said action, set forth in the
complaint, is as follows: To obtain a
divorce on the ground of cruel treatment
and failure to support plaintiff.
GEORGE G. BRIGHT,
and JAMES B. MARKLY,
« aa Attorneys for Plaintiff
P. O. address. 529 New York block, Seat
tle, County of King, Washington.'

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