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UGOMA OBSERVATIONS.
Cream of Local News Re
ported ly Windy City
Correspondent.
[Special to the Republican.]
Mrs. S. J. Collins is very sick with la
grippe.
Miss Lulu Conna is very sick with the
la grippe.
Mrs. Frank Dishmore's health continues
very poor.
Joe McCloud, of Seattle, visited friends
in the city Monday.
Master Brother Hall, son of Mr. and Mrs.
John Hall, is very sick with a fever.
Mrs. Mary Jenkins left Sunday for New
Whatcom where she has secured work.
Mrs. Watson, of California, arrived in
the city Monday with her two grand
children to visit their father, William
Heyston.
The city council has passed an ordinance
punishing by fines the spitting on the floors
of public places and on the streets of the
city.
At a meeting of the committee of the
Washington State Omaha exposition it was
decided not to have a state building at the
Omaha exposition.
Tacoma has a number of pretty young
ladies of marriageable age and any young
man who is looking for a helpmeet would
do well to give Tacoma a call.
Wednesday the Odd Fellows gave an en
tertainment which was very largely at
tended. The time was spent in dancing and
socia 1 games until the wee hours of the
morning.
Paul Ury met with a very painful acci
dent Wednesday while bottling mineral
water, the bottle exploding and striking
him in the right eye making a very pain
ful hurt and confining him to his room for
several days.
Great preparations are being made for a
grand celebration here on the Fourth.
Committees have been appointed and are
hard at work devising plans to entertain
the many thousands who will celebrate
with us.
The trustees of the Tacoma Athletic club
have decided to close its doors, sell the
property of the club and pay off" its in-
debtedness and retire irom business. This
action became necessary on account of lack
of interest in athletics and the heavy in
roads made on the club by the Y. If. C. A.
Ex-Secretary of State John Sherman ac
companied by his wife, arrived in the city
Monday and are now the guests of the Ta
coma hotel. Mr. and Mrs. Sherman are
out for pleasure and recreation and will re
main in Tacoma several days looking at
the beautiful scenery. From here they go
to Alaska to see the wonderful land of gold
and midnight snn.
An Emergency corps and a Red Cross
society have been organized in Tacoma and
«fiorts are to be made to extend the work
to other sections of the state. It is hoped
that both societies will work together, both
doing good work. The Emergency corps
will find a place during the present struggle
but the Red Cross is to be a permanent or
ganization and one which will retain its
identity and be ready for work, even after
the soldiers have returned from the battle
field.
"For ye are the living poems."
Those who were fortunate enough to at
tend the Children's day exercises in Allen's
A. M. E. church Sunday saw a cluster of
foeautiful living poems dressed in white and
and bedecked with flowers. The church
■was beautifully decorated with flowers,
flags and evergresns. The exercises were
opened by singing "All Hail the Power of
Jesus' Name," followed with prayer by
Pastor S. J. Collins. Miss Bonnie Thomas,
arrayed in a robe of spotless white, was
crowned queen of Children's day by Snpt.
Lawrence Sledge, after which the school
stood and sang the crowning song. "All
Hail the Queen of Children's day," com
posed by H. P. Lawhorn for the occasion.
Interesting speeches were made by Elder
Collins, George P. Riley and H. P. Law
horn and essays were read by Misses Viola
Gibson, Ethel Butler and Ella Sledge.
The speeches by the children of the school
were very interesting features of the occas
ion. The singing was grand, the music
superb. Miss Mabel Walker presided at
the organ. Long live our queen and school
and may we live to enjoy many a ''beautiful
happy Children's day," and
"When another year shall greet us,
Children's day again appear,
May we feel his love and guidance
Was the crowing of the year.
God be with us, with his presence
May he light the darkest day;
And whatever may betide us,
God be with U6 all the way."
Mrs. W. A. Scott of Oakland, Cal.,
joined her husband her« last week.
The Tacoma baseball team left Tuesday
for Spokane where they will play a series of
games.
You will find The Republican is al
ways up to date.
Seattle is the pushest city in the West
and so is The Republican the most ener
getic weekly in the state.
Tacoma Lodges.
DUGET SOUND Lodge No. 71, G. U. O
* of O. F. meets every first and third
Wednesdays in each month.
COLORED MASONS RECOGNIZED
Washington Masons Will
Know No Race or Color
in the Future.
It remained for Washington State Free
and Accepted Matons which have been in
grand lodge session in this city for the past
week to be the first white grand lodge in
the United States to give free and full
recognition to colored Masons and accept
them as brothers wherever they are met.
This has been a question that has given the
various grand lodges of Masonry much
worry in every state of tht union. To give
the colored Masons recognition as has al
ready been given to the Chinaman and the
the Turk, either of whom is generally con
sidered way below the Negro in average in
telligence and Christian civilization, has
been the long mooted question of this Cau
casian age, but far away Washington state
hid in the Northwest mountain pineries of
Fuget sound has done the noble thing and
given the colored Mason of this country the
same fraternal recognition as any other
man and brother. It's a long step in the
right direction and it is to be hoped that
other grand lodges will follow suit in this
matter. There is po longer any use of
"color line" being drawn in anything in
this or any other country (but no other
country save the United States ever draws
any color line under any circumstances, not
even to inter-marriage) and the sooner the
pig-headed prejudiced fools learn common
sense enough in this country it will be
abandoned in one happy swoop.
Local and Personal.
Mention The Republican to the mer
chant you deal with.
Mr. O. J. Houston, of Portland, was in
the city a short while last Monday.
Mr. Allen and his ten helpers make a
fine appearance in Cort's new place.
Storekeeper Roberts of Newcastle spent
last Tuesday in seeing the sights of the
city.
Good cook wanted—two in family—sls
per month. Call at The Republican
office.
Mr. C. E. Mitchell, who has been train
man on the Great Northern, has taken a
lay-off. He went to Tacoma last Tuesday.
W. J. Burnett, who has been doirig
barber work in the city for the past six
months, hopes to leave for Alaska Satur
day.
Mr. Austin M. Anderson, who has been
in Portland for the past three years, has
returned to Seattle and found employment
at once.
Rev. Vernon, of Portland has been hold
ing a series of meetings this week at the
Baptist mission at Young Naturalist's hall.
He will preach both at il o'clock a. m.
and Bp. m. Sunday. All are cordially in
vited to be present.
J Superintendent C. C. Anderson, who was
(in the city one day this week, reported his
[ mines running nicely at present. Said he:
j "Franklin is working more regular now
than Newcastle as the demand for the
Franklin coal is much greater at present.
The Newcastle coal is used mostly for do
mestic purposes and the summer trade for
that is not so great. There are quite a
number of colored miners at Franklin now
and they seem to be doing better than they i
have for many years. They work more
regular and seem to handle more money
than usual. I am much pleased with
them. Of course Newcastle is doing very i
well and the men there work very steady. |
In fact, both of the mines seem to have a ■
better class of colored men at work there now j
that they have had for many years."
A.M.E. CHILDREN'S DAY.
An Excellent Program Is
Rendered to Very Well
Filled House.
(Communicated.)
The Jones Street A. M. E. church was
filled with an audience that had come to
see the exercise of Children's day. It was
tastefully decorated with flowers and floral
designs on the walls, which, together with
flags and bunting and a bell of evergreen's
made the place beautiful. The services
commenced with singing, "All hail the
power of Jesus' name."
Prayer by the pastor, Rev. Bailey; re
sponsive reading by Sunday school; then a
short address by pastor setting forth the
purpose and aim of Children's day. After
which he introduced Mrs. G. B. Hicks, who
conducted the exercises.
An original song entitled "Shepherd of
Tender Youth" was rendered by the school
to the tune of "America," with Miss
Maggie O'Birne presiding at the organ;
then a recitation by four littte misses. "Our
Father in Heaven We Thank Thee," was
rendered by P'annie Collins, Maudie Harts
field, Madeline Johnson and Amelia Black,
then "June Roses" was beautifully rendered
by Miss Hattie Sykes. No. 3 of the pro
gram was sung by the school entit ed,
"Beantiful, Happy Children's Day;" next
an essay by Mrs. G. B. Hicks entitied the
"Lessons of the Flowers''in prose; an ad
dress by Mr. Geo. Grose, superintendent of
the Sunday Ecnool; poetical theme by six
misses, as follows. Miss Mattie Collins,
Gertie H.we-/, Mabel Dixon, Cora Law
rence, Lily Bailey, and Carrie Dixon, en
titled, ''Let sons of the Flowers;" then song
by scholars. *'Thanks and Glory"; recita
tion by five Iwys entitled, "To God Be All
the Praise" ia which Masters Lester Harts
field, Paul leemer, Freddie Syke, Carl
Washington, Itouis Washington and Jer
ome Collins won great praise. Miss Lily
Bailey read an article entitled "Trust in
God" by Laura E. Newell, after which
scripture reading by the school and pastor
responsively was done, when the collection
was taken up, amounting to $5.12. In
conclusion an original song entitled "God
Be With Us" was sung to the tune "What
a Friend We Have in Jesus," when the
benediction was pronounced by the pastor.
The scholars and their patient instruc
tress received great praise for the perfect
conduct of the whole affair, from the
pleased audience.
Mrs. Clark at Dyea.
To The Republican: I t?.' Ke great
pleasure in giving you a few ideas of Alas
ka so far as I have learned. Our boat
landed at Skaguay and we were taken about
half way to the river where we were trans
ferred to a scow and further up the river
we were met with lumber wagons which
took us to the town. I found Mr. and Mrs.
Cooper well. They have a nice restaurant
business and it is ths only house here that
gets fifty cents a meal, the others are down
to twenty-five and thirty cents. It is dull
here now, however, but another rush is ex
pected this summer. It never gets dark in
summer and one can read a paper any time
of night while out ou the streets. The
scenery is something grand. It is quite a
novelty to look out and see large glaziers
hanging almost over your head. Mrs.
Cooper and I are going over the summit to
make arrangements to go to Dawson. I do
not think Mr. Cooper will go. Most likely
he will stay here and coatiuue the restaur
ant.
There are almost numberless log huts
and tents here and some of them seemingly
are too small for anyone save a child.
There is no one here whom I know except
Charles Allen of St. Paul. He is working
in a hotel. The others are all at the lakes.
The next rush is expected in July. Any
one who is thinking of coming up here will
be in time to come the last of June or the
first of July, It has been decided that the
railroad is going through here and that will
bring all the traffic over this trail. It is
' said that this is the best trail in summer, as
it is impossibla to go over the Sk.aguay.
trail at that time. The boats are landing
at Dyea now and that makes it much more
convenient.
Mr. Joe Braxton called to see us last
week. He is in the best of health and his
face is covered with whiskers. They all
say he is the best walker on the trail and
one of the best workers up here. He has
made the best time in getttine; his things
over of anyone. He worked day and
night, and he walks over the summit like
one going up Second avenue. There is
only one case of sickness here and everyone
seems in good heart. Skaguay has more
people, but Dyea will be the better busi
ness place in Btiijf>in<r. R. R. Brown and
family have gou.' into Dawson. I will be
pleased to give any mtion about the
country, at any time.
Mrs. Jew-IB Clark.
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Notice to Creditors.
In the Superior Court of King County, State of
Washington, Probate department.
In the matter of the estate of Robert J. Dodds,
deceased. No. 2948. Notice to creditors.
Notice is hereby given by the undersigned ad
ministratrix of the estate of Robert J. Dodds, de
ceased, to the creditors and to persons having
claims against said deceased, to exhibit them
with the necessary vouchers, within one year after
the first publication of this notice, to the under
signed at the Colby house, Seattle, Washington,
the same being the place for the transaction of
business of said estate., -
Mary M. Dodds,
Administratrix of the estate of Robert J. Dodds,
deceased.
Date o! first publication June 17, 1898.
Bverb & Byebs, attorneys for administratrix.
PHONE — — KED 751
Fire and Marine Insurance >
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RASER & FISKEN.
1 and 32 Haller Building, - Seattle, Wn,
NOTICE.
To H. L. Lind and the Northern Pacific""
Company, a corporation: railway
You are hereby notified that at '
estate for delinquent taxes, da a sale of real
county treasurer of King coup* y made by the
ington, on the 7th day of Ju' .y, state of Wash
ing described tract of I*> ie, 1894, the follow-
King county, towit: p' .nd, situated in said
northwest quarter o' outheast quarter of the
range 6, wag offe" . section 11, township 26,
amount of tax* .ed for sale to satisfy the
due thereon f' a, penalty, interest and "costs
sold for war' or the year 1891, and not being
said coup' -c of bidders, was duly forfeited to
and civ' .y for said taxes, penalties, Interest
Th' -s.
U»- -t on the 24th day of July, 1895, P. W. Wil
' Jason applied to the county treasurer of said
.ounty to purchase said tract of land, and paid
to said treasurer the sum of $5 50, being the
amount due on said tract, together with the
penalty, interest and costs on all taxes thereto
fore forfeited thereon; and that said treasurer
received said amaunt and gave to said P. W.
' Williamson therefor a duplicate receipt and
certificate of purchase of said tract or land,
dated on said 24th day of July, 1895.
That, on the 7th day of April, 1898. said P. W.
Williamson being then deceased, his executors
and heirs at law duly sold and assigned said
duplicate receipt and certificate of purchase to
George Fowler.
That said tract of xand was taxed for said
year 189] in the name of H L. Lind, and that
the time for redemption from said sale will ex
pire on the 24tn day of July, 1898, after which
date said assignee will apply to the county
treasurer of said county for a deed of convey
ance of said real estate, as provided by law.
Georgb Fowler,
J '-^ Assignee.
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NOTICE.
To H. L. Liud and the Northern Pacificßailway
Company, a corporation:
You are hereby notified that at a sale of real
estate for delinquent taxes, duly made by the
county treasurer of King county, state of Wash
ington, on the 7th day of June, 1894, the follow
ing described tract of land, situated in said
King county, towit: southwest quarter of the
northwest quarter direction 11, township 26,
range 6, was offered for sale, to satisfy the
amount of taxes, penalties, interest and costs
due thereon for the year 1891, and not being
sold for want of bidders, was duly forfeited to
said county for said taxes, penalties, interest
and costs.
That, on the 24th day of July. 1895, P. W. Wil
liamson applied to the county treasurer of said
county to purchase said tract of land, and paid
to said treasurer the sum of $5.50, being the
amount due on said tract, together with the
penalty, interest and costs on all taxes thereto
fore forfeited, thereon: and that said treasurer
received said amount and gave to said P. W.
Williamson therefor a duplicate receipt and
certificate of purchase of said tract of land,
dated on said 24th day of July, 1895.
Thai, on the 7th day of April, 1898, said P. W.
N llliainson, being then deceased, his execu
tors and heirs at law, duly sold and assigned
said duplicate receipt and certificate of pur
chase to George Fowler.
That said tract of land was taxed for said
year 1891 in the name H. L. Liud, and that
the time for redemption from said sale will ex
pire on the24ith day of July, 1898, after which
date said assignee will apply to the county
treasurer o| said county for a deed of convey
ance of said real estate, as provided by law. "
GEORGE FOWLKK,
Assignee.
Notice of Sale of Unclaimed Goods
Custom Hovse, \
Seattle, Wash.. June 13, 1&98. J
The following described unclaimed merchan
diiewill be bold at public sale in this city at
the basement of No. 803 Colman building, First
avenue, on the Bth day of July; 1898, at 2 o'clock
p. m. for cash to the highest bidder;
One package tea,"l cai.e preserves, 3 chests
tea, 1 sack rice, 1 case Chinese wine, 1 case rice
flour, 1 chest tea, 48 packages Japaneae playing
cards, 1 chest tools, 1 roll mattinc, 2 cases
paper, 1 barrel coal tar, 33 rolls straw matting.
Henry Blackwood,
Special Deputy Collector.
Notice of Stockholders Meeting.
Notice is hereby given, that a special meeting
of the stockholders of the Skaguay Light &
Water Company is hereby called and will be held
| at the office of said Company at rooms 21 and
2-2 Haller Building, geatttis/ Washington, on the
eleventh (11th) day of July, 1896, at ten (10)
o'clock a. m.
The object of said meeting is to elect trustees
of said corporation for the ensuing year, and to
perform such other business as may be brought
before the said meeting.
Dated at Seattle, Washington, June 13 1898.
William H. Lewis
E. Weldon Young,
Trustees.
Notice to Creditors.
In the Superior Court of King County. Washing
ton.
In the matter of the estate of W. C. Holyoke, de
ceased. No. 2901. Notice to creditors.
All persons having claims against the estate of
said W. C. Holyoke, deceaded, are hereby notified
and required to present such claims, with the
necessary vouchers, within one year after the
I date of this notice to Fred H. Peterson, adminis
i trator of said estate, at the place of his transac
tion of business as such administrator, towit: at
his office in the Olympic block, Seattle, Washing
ton.
Fred H. Peterson,
Administrator with the will annexed.
Date of first publication, June 17, 1898
Summons.
State of Washington, King County, Superior
Court.
Nora Nolund, plaint ft, vs. Erick Jacob Nolund,
defendant.
The state of Washington to the said Erick J.
Nolund, 'defendant.
You are hereby summoned to appear within
sixty (60) days after the date of the first publi
cation of this summons, towit: within sixty (60)
days after the 17th day of June, 1898, and de
fend the above entitled action in the above enti
tled court, and answer the complaint of the plain
tiff, and serve a copy of your nnswer upon the
undersigned attorney for the plaintiff at his office
below stated; and in case of yourfailure so to do,
judgment will be rendered against you according
to the demand of the complaint, which has been
filed with the clerk of said court.
T»>e object of the above entitled action is to
obtain a decree of divorce annulling and dissolv
ing the bonds of matrimony existing between the
plaintiff and the defendant.
P. D. Hughms.
Attorney for plaintiff,
Office 533 Burke block, Seattle, Washington.
Date of ffrst publication, June 17, A. D., 1898.
NOTICE OF SHEKIFF'S SALE.
In the Superior Court of the State of Washing
ton, for the County of King.
Albert Knaust. plaintiff,vs.Minna Heuss,Minna
Heuss, administratrix of the estate of H. F.
Heuss, deceased, Henry F. Heuss and Edward
Heuss, minors, defendants. No. 25 547.
Under and by virtue of an alias order of sale
and special execution, issued out of the above
named court, in the above entitled action, and
to me directed and delivered, I have duly levied
upon the following real property, situated in
King county, Washington, to-wit:
All of lot "ten—lo—of block ninety—9o— in D
T. Denny's fifth—sth—addition to North Seat
tle, together with all and singular the tene
ments, hereditaments and appurtenances there
unto belonging, or in any wise appurtaining.
Notice is therefore hereby given, that on Sat
urday, the 9th day of July, 1898, at the hour of
10 o'clock a m. of saiddpy, at the front door of
the courthouse, in the City of Seattle, in said
King county, I will sell the above described
property at public auction, to the highest and
best bidder for cash.
Dated this 9th day of June,lß9B.
Wm. H. Moyek, Sheriff.
Kdwaed Yon Toble, Attorney.
SUMMONS.
In the Superior Court of the State of Washing
ton, for King county.
Levi C. Pitner, plaintiff, ts. Frank W. Fieming
and Helen Fleming, defendants. Summons
for service by publication.
The State of 'Washington to the said Frank
W. Fleming and Helen Fleming:
You are hereby summoned to appear within
sixty—6o—days after the 10th day of June, 1898,
and defend the above entitled action in the
above entitled court, and answer the complaint
of the plaintiff, and serve a copy of
your answer upon the undersigned at
torneys for plaintiff at their 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 filed
with the clerk of the said court.
The object of the above entitled action is to
foreclose a mortgage given by the defendant
Frank W. Fleming and Mfcry R. Fieming, his
wife, which mortgage is dated May 14, 1592, and
recorded in the office of the auditor of said
King county in volume 93 of mortgages, on page
533, and is on lots 24, 25 and 26 in block one of
Pitner's Third division of Green Lake addition
to the City of Seattle, and to secure a decree de
claring ali the right title and interest of said
defendants and each of them in and to said
premises and every part thereof barred and for
ever foreclosed.
Byeks & Byers,
Attorneys for plaintiff.
P. O address, rooms 67-70 Safe Deposit build
ing, Seattle. Washington.
Date of first publication June 10th, 1898.
SUMMONS "
IN THE SU^EBiiOR C"
State of Washington ' mRT OP ttttp
John A. Parfe.. Tmstw ' ■ tor King cou 111 v
Company of New T ior the American Surety
l\« ti' Edwin i'ork, a corporation, plain.
?! « w- -onkin and Elizabeth A. Ton
u: f v. - , James Tonkin, Mary A. Tonkin,
wlte > • ' meholt and Alice Wineholt, his
*■:* *ipheus Byers and Ada Byers, his wife,
I. * . Ford and Ford, his wife, the City
of Seattle, a municipal corporation, E. S.
Rothchild, Mark YVilzinski, Martin Mc-
Andrews, Arthur A. Denny and Mary A.
Denny, Mary Nolte and Fred Nolte, defend
ants. No. 25,501. Summons for publication.
The State of Washington to the said I. D. Ford
and Ford, his wife, E. S. Rothchild,
Mark Wllzlnski, defendants above named:
You and each of you are hereby summoned to
appear within sixty days after "the date of the
first publication of tnis summons, to- wit: with
in sixty days after the 10th day of June, 1988,
and defend the above entitled action in the
above entitled court, and answer the complaint
of the plaintiff, and serve a copy of your answer
upon the undersigned attorneys for plaintiff, at
their office below stated; and in ease of your
failure so to do, judgment will be rendered
against you according to the demand of the
complaint, which has been filed with the clerk
of said court.
The object of the above entitled action is to ob
tain judgment against the defendants, Edwin
Tonkin, Elizabeth A. Tonkin, James Tonkin
and Mary Tonkin, for the sum of three thous
and (13,000.00) dollars, with interest at 10 per
cent from July 1, 1891, less a credit of one hun
dred ($100.00) dollars paid on August 6th, 1896,
upon the bond given by them to the American
Surety Company of New York, cestui que trust
of the plaintiff, and for the costs of this action :
also praying for a decree establishing and fore
closing a certain deed of trust given to secure
the payment of the above indebtedness, and |
recorded in deed records of the auditor's office
of King county, state of Washington, in volume
135, on page 115 thereof, and describing and cov
ering . the following lands, situated in said
county, to-wit: I
Part of lots eleven—ll—and twelve— in
block six—6, in Burkes Second addition to the
city of Seattle, beginning at a point on the north
marginal line of said block six—6, sixty—6o—
feet west of the northeast corner of said"block,
, and running thence south parallel with the east
marginal line of said block ninety—
thence west parallel with the north marginal
line of said block sixty——feet to the center
line of said block, thence north along the cen
ter line of said block ninety—9o—feet to the
northwest corner of said lot twelve—l 2, and
thence east along the north marginal line of
said block, to the place of beginning; also lot
twenty-five—in block sixteen—l 6, in Wash- i
ington Central Improvement Company's First !
addition to Kent, in King county, Washington;
also an undivided one-fourth—J^ —interest in
and to lots rive—s, six—6, seven—7, eight—B,
nine—9, ten —10, eleven—ll—and twelve—l 2, in
block twenty— of Law's Second addition to
the city of Seattle, in King county, Washington.
And "also executed a deed, recorded in the
records of Jefferson county, in book 34 of deeds,
at pages 365 and 366 of the records of said Jeffer
son county, describing and covering the follow
ing described premises in Jefferson county,
Washington, to-wit:
An undivided one-half— }4— interest in block
twenty-four—24— Hill's addition to Port Town
send
Also praying that in said decree the interest
of each of the defendants in and to said proper
ty be declared junior, inferior and subordinate
to plaintiff's interest therein, and that the
equity of redemption of each of the defendants
be forever barred and foreclosed, and for gen
eral equitable reliei.
Hastings A Stkadman,
Plaintiff's Attorneys.
P. O. address, 64 Haller building, Seattle, King
county, Washington.
Date of first publication June 10th, 1898.
CONTEST NOTICE.
Department of the Interior)
United States Land Office)
Seattle, Washington, May 11, 1898
A sufficient contest affidavit having been filed.
in this otliee by Lewie W. Gore, of Snoqualime
Wash., contestant, against homestead entry No"
15,833. made March 12, 1«M, for 8. EL %, Section
26, Township 25 N., Range 8 E., by Kiank Marsh,
eontestee, in which it is alleged that: the said
entryinan has wholly abandoned said tract, and
changed his residence therefrom for a period of
more than six months since making said entry
and next prior to the date herein and that
the lands have not been resided upon and culti
vated by the entryman us required bylaw, and by
reason of the statements contained in said affi
davit of contest, said parties are hereby notified
to appear, respond and offer evidence touching
said allegation at 10 o'clock a m. on June29th,
1898. before the Register and Receiver at the
United States Land Office in Seattle, Washing
ton.
The said contestant having, in a proper affi
davit, tiled May 10th, IX9B. set forth facts which
show that, after due diligence, personal service
of this notice cannot be made, it is hereby or
dered and directed that such notice be given
by due ana proper publication.
Edward P. Trempek, Register.
SUMMONS 1.
In the Superior court of the State of Washing
ton for King county.
City of Seattle, plaintiff, vs. William H. Moore
and Ellen Moore, his wife, James Dignau, and
A. B. Llewellyn, defendants. Summons No.
15,621.
The State of Washington to the said Wililiam
11. Moore, Ellen A. Moore, James Dignan and
A. B. Llewellyn, defendants:
You are hereby summoned to appear within
sixty [t>o] days after the date of the first publi
cation of this summons, to-wit, within sixty-60
days after the 27th day of May, 1898, and de
fend the above-entitled action in the above
entitled-court, and answer the complaint of the
plaintiff and serve a copy of your answer upon
the undersigned, attorneys for plaintiff, at their
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 filed with the clerk of said
court.
This is an action to foreclose an assessment
lien on west 75 feet of lot three and west 75 feet
of south half of lot two, bkvk six, Lake Dell
addition to Seattle, Wash., under Erie street or
dinance No. 1526, delinquent May 10, 1891,
amounting to $95.20 with interest, penalty and
costs.
Pratt <& Riddle,
Plaintiff's Attorneys.
P. O. Acdress, Seattle, King County, Wash
ington.
Notice of Sheriff's Sale.
In the Superior Court of the State of Washing
ion, for the Couiity of King.
Nelson Ordway, plaintiff, vs. Joseph Smith, Lila
B. Smith, Ida Christina Johnson, and E. John
son, defendants. No. 2.",42 i.
Under and by virtue of an order of sale and
special execution, issued out of the abov" named
court, in the above entitled action, and to me
directed und delivered, I have dv y levied upon
the following real property, situated in
King county, Washington, to-wit:
The north half of the northwest quarter, of the
northwest quarler, the nor h half of the < orth
east (juarrer of the northwest quarter, the south
east quarter of the northeast quarter of the
northwest quarter, the northwest quarter of the
northeast quarter and the north half of the
northeast qEarter of the northeast quarter of
section twenty, in township twenty north, of
range six east of the Willamette meriuian; con
taining one hundred and ten acres, according to
the^ D. S. government survey.
Notice is therefore hereby given that on Satur
day, the 9th day of July, 1898, at the hour of 10
o'clock a. m. of said day, at the front door of the
courthouse, in the city of Seattle, in said King
county; I will sell the above described proper y
nt public auction, to the highest and best bidder,
for cash.
Dated this 10th day of June. 1898. •
Wm. H. Moyek, Sheriff.
George Fowleb, Attorney.
Marshal's Sale.
In the United States District Court for the Dis
trict of Washington, Northern Division.
United States of America vs. 302% yards of
woolen goods, 515 yards cotton goods, spools
and skeins of thread and dozen of buttons
No. 12C9 Notice of sale.
Notice is hereby given that the undersigned,
the United States Marshal for the District of
Washington, will sell at public auction to the
highest bidder for cash, at the front door of the
United States courthouse, at the corner of
Fourth avenue and Marion street in the city
of Seattle. Washington, on the 20th day of June,
1898, at the hour of 10 o'clock a. m., each Rnd
every portion and parcel, and the whole there
of, of the following described goods, wares and
merchandise, towit: :'.o2,'j yards of woolen
goods, 515 yards cotton goods, divers and
sundry spools and skeins of thread, and divers
and sundry dozens of buttons. All said goods,
wares and merchandise being of foreign growth
and manufacture and having been seized by a
United States deputy collector of customs on
account of having been smuggled into the
United States from the province of British Col
umbia with intent to defraud the customs of
the United States, and having been condemned
and decliired forfeited by order, judgment an
decree of the Honorable' the District court of
the United States for the District of Washing
ton, above named, duly made and entered on
the 3rd day of June, 1898, which said order,
judgment and decree directed and required
that said goods, wares and merchandise should
be by the undersigned United States marshal
sold at the time and place and in the manner
hereinbefore mentioned and set forth
Dated this 3rd day of June, A. D , 1898.
C. W. IDE,
United States Marshal lor the District of
Washington.
By H. W. Tyler,
Deputy U.S. Marshal.
The advertisers of The Kepublican are
quite numerous. Before going to town to
shop, see if you can not find the article you
want advertised in its columns, and then go
direct to that house. If you will mention
this paper it would not go amiss.
Administrator's Sale.
Notice is hereby given that pursuant to an
order of the superior court of King county,
state of Washington, sitting in probate, made in
the matter of the estate of William C. Hill, de
ceased, being probate proceeding No. 114:2 of said
court, I will, on or after the twenty-seventh day
of June, 1898, at 11 o'clock a. m. sell at private
sale to the highest and best bidder or bidders In
such lot, lots or subdivisions as may be desired
and as may be bid for at said sale, the property
belonging to said estate situated in King
county, state of Washington, and particularly
described as follows, to wit:
BEACON HILL PROPERTY.
Lot one—l—block three—3—McAleer's Supple
ment to Seattle Homestead addition.
Lot two—2—block three—3—McAleer's Supple
ment to Seattle Homestead addition.
Lot twelve—l2—block forty-nine—49-in Seat
tle Homestead by Hugh McAleer.
Lot ten—id—block seven—7—in Syndicate ad
dition to the city of Seattle.
Lot ten—lo-block eight—B—Syndicate addi
lion to the city of Seattle.
Lot seven-7—block eight—B—in Syndicate ad
dition to the city of Seattle.
Lot eight— B—block eight—s-in Syndicate ad
dition to the city of Seattle.
Lot eleven—ll—block ten—lo—Kidd's addi
tion to the city of Seattle.
Lot twelve-12—block ten—lo—Kidd's addi
tion to the city of Seattle.
Lot thirteen—l3-block ten--10—Kidd's addi
tion to the city of Seattle.
Fractional 'lot fourteen—l4--block ten—lo—
Kidd's addition to city of Seattle.
Lot eight—B— block sixty-three —63—Kidd's
addition to the city of Seattle.
Lot nine—9— block sixty-three—G3—Kidd's ad
dition to the city of Seattle.
Fractional lot" seven—7—block sixty-three—63
Kidd's addition to the city of Seattle.
All that certain part or portion of Syndicate
Hill in Syndicate addition to the city of Seattle,
viz.: Beginning at the southeast corner of said
Syndicate Hill and running thence north along
the west marginal line of Fourteenth street in
said Syndicate addition fifty—so—feet, thence
west parallel with the south boundary Hue of
said Syndicate Hill to a point on the west boun
dary line of the said Syndicate Hill fifty—so—
feet north of the southwest corner of the said
Syndicate Hill, thence south fifty—3o—feet to
the southwest corner of the said Syndicate Hill,
and thence east along the south boundary line
of the said Syndicate Hill to the southeast cor
ner thereof and the place of beginning, being a
tract of land lying along the south boundary
line of said Syndicate Hill fifty—so—feet In
width north and south and four "hundred and
fifty-six and thirty-two hundredths—4s6.32—feet
in length.
TWENTY SECOND STREET ADDITION.
All of blocks one—l—, three—3—and seven—7,
and all of lots four—4—to fourteen—l4-inclu
sive, and eighteen—is— to twenty-five—2s—in
clusive in block five—s—, of Twenty-second
street addition to the city of Seattle; "the said
block one—l—containing twelve—l 2— lots, said
lots being numbered from one—l--to twelve—l 2
inclusive; the said block three—3—containing
nineteen—l9—lots, said lots being numbered
from one—l—to nineteen—l9—inclusive: and
the said block seven—7—containing twenty
seven—27— lots, said lots being numbered from
one—l—to twenty-seven—27—inclusive.
RAINIER AVENUE AND BRIGHTON BEACH
PROPERTY.
Lots two—2—four—4—six—6—and eight—B—
in W. B. Johns' and C. H. Hanford's five acre
tracts in the northwest quarter of the southwest
quarter of section twety-three—23— township
twenty-four—24—north, "range four—4—east,
comprising twenty — 2o— acres.
Lots sixteen —16—seventeen —17—nineteen—
I!>—and twenty—2o—in W. B.Johns' and C. 11.
Hanford's five acre tracts, in lot six —6—section
twenty-three—2:!—township twenty four—24—
north, range four—4—east, comprising twenty—
20—acres.
Lot twenty-five—2s—in W. B. John's and C II
Hanford's five acre tracts in lot four—4— Section
twenty-three —23—township twenty-four—24 —
north, range four—4—east, comprising five—s—
acres.
Northeast quarter of section twenty-seven—27
in township twenty-four—24—north", of range
four—4-east. excepting the north half of the
northeast quarter of the southeast quarter of
the northeast quarter ©f said section twenty
seven—27.
Tracts twenty—2o— twenty-one — 21— twenty
five —25— twenty-six — 2ti— twenty-seven —27—
twenty-eight—2B— twenty-nine—2*J—and thirty
two [32] of Sunnyside five acre tracts, contain
ing two hundred acres more or less.
CITY ACREAGE PROPERTY.
Lots eight [8] and nine [9], section five [51
township twenty-four [24] north, range four [41
east, comprising forty-eight [48] acres.
Lot fourteen [14], section lour [4], township
twenty-four [24] north, range four [4] east, com
prising forty [40] acres.
All that portion of lot seven [7], section five
[s], and lot thirteen [13], section four [4], town
ship twenty-four [24] north, range four (4) east
W. M., lying south of the following described
line, towit; Beginning at a point one hundred
and fifty-three (153) feet north of where the cen
ter hue of Weller street, in the city of Seattle
produced, intersects the east line of D. S. May
nard's donation claim, and which said point is
south fifteen (15) minutes west twelve hundred
and seven and five hundredthsQ2o7.os)feet from
the northeast corner of D. S. Maynard's dona
tion claim, and rmlning thence'east along a
'line parallel with the center line of said Weller
street produced one hundred and eleven (ill)
feet, thence south one hundred and fifty-three
153, feet to the centei- line of Weller street pro
duced; thence east along said line live hun
dred and twenty and twenty-three hundredths
(520.23) feet; thence south twenty-seven, 27,
degrees, sixteen, 16, minutes east three hun
dred and seven and twenty-six hundredths,
307.26, feet to an intersection with the north
line of Lane street in the city of Seattle pro
duced; thence east along said line two hun
dred forty-nine and twenty-three hundredths,
24!>.23, feet; thence soutci one hundred and
eighty-six, 186, feet: thence east along a line
parallel with the one hundred and eighty-six,
ISO, teet south of the north line of Lane street
produced eleven hundred and twenty and
ninety-one hundreds, H20.9L, feet and to the
west line of lot nine,!), In section four, 4, town
ship twenty-four. 'U, north, range four, 4, east,
W. II.; excepting from the above description a
right of way and strip of land sixteen and one
half, 16%, feet ih width lying one-half thereof
on each side of the center line of the electric
railway of the Rainier Avenue Electric Kail
way company as now located and constructed
through said above described portions of lot
seven, 7, section five, 5, and lot thirteen, 13,
section four, 4, containing about forty and
ninety-three hundredths, 40.93, acres. "
IMPBOVED CITY PROPERTY.
Lot thirteen, 13, block four, 4, in Terry's
Fourth addition to the city of Seattle and im
provements thereon, subject to a life estate in
E. B.Sturgns
;pne seven room cottage.homt stead of deceased
situated northeast corner Fifteenth and Weller
streets, in city of Seattle,on lot seven,7,section
five, 5, township twenty-four, 24, north, range
four, 4, east.
Lot cue, 1, block five, 5, in Terry's Fourth
addition to the city uf Seattle. Upon this lot
is a six-house frame tenement row.
Bids must be in writing, and will be received
at my office at No. 21 Haller building, on sec
ond aveuue, Seattle. King county. Washington,
at or after eleven o'clock a, in. of said twenty
■eveuth day of June,l!»9B. Each bid must be ac
companied by a deposit with me of ten, per
cent of the amount of such bid, either in cash
or in a check duly certified by a reputable
bank of good standing doing business in s;iid
county of King. Terms of sale cash, or if pre
ferred by any bidder, which preference fchall
be specified in the bid of such bidder, one-half
cash and tne balance to be paid one year after
said sale with interest at eight, 8, per cent per
annual, secured by the first mortgage upon
the property bid lor. such mortgage to be of
usual form. Said sale to be subject to the con
firmation of the said court.
WILLIAM H. LEWIS,
Administrator of the estate of William C. Hill,
deceased.
L. T. Turner,
Attorney for said Administrator.
SUMMONS.
In the Superior Court of the State of Washing
ton, for King County
City of Seattle, plaintiff, vs. Dora Weils and Rich-
Sard Roe Wells,her husband whose true Christian
name is to plaintiff unknown, and the L. H.
Griffiths Realty ami Banking Company, and
D. T. Denny, defendants. No. 15,465. Sum
mons.
Th« State of Washington to the said Dora Wells,
and Richard Roe Wells, her husband, defend
ants.
You are hereby summoned to appear within
sixty (60) days after the date of the first publi
cation of this summons, to-wit: within sixty (60)
days after the 10th of June. 1898, and defend
the above entitled action in the above entitled
court, and answer the complaint of the plaintiff,
and serve a copy of your answer upon the under
signed attorneys for plaintiff at their office be
low 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
ffled with the clerk of said court.
This is an action to foreclose an assessment
lien on the west half of lots 5 and 6, in block 16,
East Park addition to Seattle, Wash., under
Lake View avenue ordinance No. 1281, delinquent
April 20, 1891, amounting to $1:23.:57, with
interest, penalty and costs.
Pratt & Riddle,
Plaintiff's Attorneys.
P. O. address, Seattle, King county, Washing
ton.
Notice to Creditors.
In the Superior Court of the State of Washing
ton, for the Couuty of King.
In the matter of the estate of William T. Wick
ware, deceas d. Notice to creditors. No. 28SH»
Notice is hereby given to the creditors of Wil
liam T. Wiekwara, deceased, and to all persons
having claims against said deceased,that they are
required to present said claims, with the neces
sary vouchers, within one year after the da*e of
this notice, to the undersigned administratrix of
the estate of said WiUHm T. Wiekware, deceased
at rooms 77-80 Safe Deposit building, in the city
of Seattle, in King County, State of Washington,
the same being the place for the transaction of
business for the said estate.
Dated at Stattle, Washington, this 3rd day of
June, 1898, the day of the first publication
hereof.
LIZZIE S. WICKWARE,
Administratrix of the estate of William T. Wick
ware, deceased.
SUMMONS.
In the Superior Court of the Stale of Washing
ington, for the County of King.
In the matter of the petition of the City of
Seattle, a city of the first class, that just com
pensation, to be made for the private prop
erty to he taken or damaged by the improve
ment provided for and specified fu Ordinance
No 3990 of the City of Seattle, approved Octo
ber 29, 1805, be ascertained by a jury, or by
the Court, in case a jury be waived. No.
25,333. Summons,
The State of Washington to Jonathan Ashley
ai"l Ashley, his wife, Edith P. Austin
aMII Austin, her husband. S. Louise
Ackerson, Jacob Amend and Amend,
his wife. Frank Abb and Abb, his
wile. Peter Aliadio, 110 Adams and
Adams, her husband, Board of the Church
Erection Fund of the General Assembly of
the Presbyterian Church of the United stales.
Charles Bruhn and Bruh , his wife,
Andrew J. Kossert and Bossert, his
wife, George F. Bunday and Bunday,
his wife, Thomas P. Binnie, Leonard Budd
and Budd, his wife, Frederic* Roger
Budd, Maria Bruner and Bruner. her
husband, Thomas Boyd and ... . Boyd, his
wife, Francis S. Berry, George Boynton, John
Cook and Susie Cook, his wife, U. W. Corliss,
Anna M. Clark, Jerome Catlin and fcva J.
Catlin. his wife, Mary Ann Coombs, Frank
Card, James Card, George Card, Willis Crabill,
N. E. Cutchin and Cutrhin, his wife,
Charles W. Corliss and Alice Corliss, his wife,
John C. Card and . .. Card, his wife, H.
M. Chase, Morgan J. Carkeek and car
keek, his wife, Eliza Cook, Charles E. Cotting
and Cotting, his wife, John Corgiac,
r. H. Clancy. F. W, Clancy, Thomas Clancy,
John Corgiatt, Wm. 11. Collins, alias Btephen
Collins, Central Trust Company of New York.
a corporation organized mid existing under
find by virtue of the iaws of the State of New
York. John i£. Carney and Ellen J Carney,
his wife, Carrie G. Connick, I). M. Duckworth,
Isaac M. Dunn and Ella Dunn, his wife, Pat
rick Downey, ElnoraC. Drake, Joseph Doheny
and Doheny, his wife, Herman A.
Dearborn, Thomas B. Dailey, i.eorge F. Ed
miston, his wife, J. K. Edmiston and
Edmiston, his wife, James Foresman, Arthur
James Foster, Janette Fuller, Joseph A. Ford,
First National Bunk of Fond dv Lac, Wiscon
sin, a corporation created under the National
Banking Laws of the United States of America,
First National Bank of Schuyler, Nebraska, a
corporation created under the National Bank
ing Laws of the United States of America,
James Fares and Fares, his wife,
Annie L. Fuller, Mabel Fuller. Lena Fuller.
Marceila L Farwell, Thomas A. Garretc,
Arthur E. Gritlin, German Barings and Loan
Society, a corporation organized and existing
under and by virtue of the laws of the State
of California, W. 11. Uleason, W. H. Gailey,
Frank Higgins and Higgins, his wife,
Frank Hergert and Herbert, his wife,
Ida .7. Hall and Hall, her husband,
Nannie A. Hall and ...... Hal), her husband,
H. M. Hall and Hall, his wife, Ruth
A Huse, Hopie M. Hunt and Gilbert H. Hunt,
her husband, J. L. Howe and Howe,
his wife, Grace E. Hussey and Edward B.
Hussey, her husband, Arthur E. Hanford,
Henry Harris, Isaac. Horton an i Hor
ton, his wife, Myra C. Ingrahain, George Jor-
Kerisen and Jorgenseu, his wife. Lloyd
Jones, Robert Johnson, J. P. Jefferson and
Jefferson, his wife, Knickerbocker Trust
Company of New York, a corporation organ
ized and existing under and by virtue of the
laws of the State of New York, Charles Ka
keidy, J. H Kindred, King County Invest
ment Company, a corporation organized and
existing under and by virtue of the laws of
State of Washington, Edward Kenuah. Leon
ard W. Kidd and Caroline M. Kidd, his wife,
Ellen Kanum, Btssie J. Lewis and Howard
Lewis, her husband, Elizabeth S Lewis, Lake
Washington Canal Company, a corporation
organized and existing under and by virtue
of the laws of the State of Washington, James
Moran and Moran, his wife, Walter
Morgan, Agnes McNaught, Annie Marie Mon
ster, Christine Monster, Charles Monster,
Katren Monster, Samuel N. McFarland and
McFarland, his wife, Frank T. Mitchell
and Henry W. Mitchell, trustees under the
last will and testament of Martha D. Mite ell.
deceased; W. H. Mitchell, Frank W. Mitchell,
Henry W. Mitchell, Albert B. Mitchell, Cora
Edith McCarquodale, Anna D. McNare. Ma
mie Merrill, administratrix of the estate of A.
A. Merrill, deceased; Martin McAndrews,
Richard A. Matthews and Matthews,
his wife, Olive B. Munks, individually, and
as administratrix of the estate of William
Munks, deceased; William T. Munks, Leonard
P. Munks. Merton G. Munks, Chester A.
Munks and Gerald L. Munks, minor heirs of
William Munks, deceased; Saverio Marino,
Oliver H. Moulton and Miranda O. Moulton,
his wife, Frank V. McDonald and Mc-
Donald, his wife, Dorothea Marback, Mutual
Benefit Life Insurance Company, a corpora
tion organized and existing under and by vir
tue of the laws of the State of New Jersey;
Northwest Thompson, Houston Electric Co."a
corporation organized and existing under
and by virtue of the laws of the State of Min
nesota; Pacific Coast Company, a corporation
organized and existing under and by virtue of
the laws of the State of New Jersey: Gamma
Poncin, Edwin Packard and ". Packard.
his wife. Rosa Ann Probst, Thomas Richard
son, i-'rauk C. Ross, Alexander Russell and.
••- Kussell, his wife, Kugene Riekaeekei*
and Rickseeker, his wife, Susan C.
Robbins, James Ritchardson, Henrietta Rey
nolds, J. M. Rothchild and Rothchild,
his wife, John Rines and Rines, his
wife, Mathilda P. Uothwei'er, Edwin M.
Smithers, Fred G. Smithers, Dianna B.
Smithers, Joseph William Steele, James P.
Bteele, Nellie Steele. A. M. Snath, Addie I.
biuith, Floyd T. Steele, Mary E. Southard,
Louis Schwabacher, Nellie M. Scurry and
John G. Scurry, her husband, Sigmund schwa
bacher and Schwabacher, his wife,
Samuel Sloane, Lewis Schwabacher and
Schwabacher, his wife, Mary E. short, Walter
J. Sherlock, Oliver A. Spencer and
Spencer, his wife, Snmuel Spencer and
Spencer, his wife, Francisco Salvini, Amanda
C. Spencer and John B Spencer, her husband,
R. F. Smitten and Smitten, bis wife,
John A. Salvin and Salvin, his wife,
L. H. Sullivan, C. J. Sullivan, Eva Swash and
Swash, her husband, Edward L.
Terry, Charles T. Terry, Charles S. Tucker
man and Tuekerman, his wife, Nicolo
Ursino, James Viles, Henry Van Asselt and
Van Asselt, his wife. Harriet P
Vooght, W. F. Wright, Frank Wetmore and
Wetmore, his wife, Thomas Wilson
and Wilson, his wife, Charles Waters
Frank G. Webster and Webster, his.
wife, S. Augusta Wentworth. I. S. Wilkes.
Young and Young, heirs of
Hulda A. Young, deceased.
You are hereby summoned to appear within
sixtfy ((») days after the first publieatimi of this
summons, to-wit, within sixty (tiU) days after
the 20th day of May, 189S, and defend the above
entitled proceeding in the Superior Court of the-
State of Washington, for King County aforesaid
and answer the petition of the petitioner, and
serve a copy of your answer upon the under
signed attorneys for petitioner, at their otiicfe
below stated; and in case of your failure so to.
do, judgment will be rendered according to the
demand of the petition, which has been tiled
with the Clerk of said court.
The object of this proceeding is to appropriate
and acquire by condemnation certain lands anct
easements, rights and privileges in oertaiu
lands situated in King County, State of Wash
ington, of which lands you are the owner, or ii»
which you have or claim a lien or interest, and]
to have the compensation to be paid to you and
each of you for such land, easements, rights,
and privileges by the City of Seattle ascertained
Dy a jury, or by the Court, in ease a Juiy be
waived. The City of Seattle desires to appro
priate and acquire said lands, easements, rights
and privileges for the purpose of the construc
tion and maintenance of head works, dams pipe
lines, conduits, reservoirs, roadways, telegraph
and telephone lines, bridges, settling basins
spill ways, and other appurtenances necessary
for the construction and maintenance of an ad"
dition to the system of water works of the City
of Seattle, as authorized by Ordinance No. 399Q
of said city, entitled "An ordinance proposing
to the voters in the City of Seattle that the Ctty
of Seattle make certain additions to the exiting
water works owned and controlled by said city
specifying and adopting the proposed p)au and
details of said tulditions and declaring" the esti
mated cost thereof as near as may be, and pro
viding for the holding of an elejeUou at which,
said voters may vote for or against said propo
sition; also providing for the construction of
said additions to the water wwks in case a ma
jority of the voters in sai,d city voting at such;
election shall thereby assent to said proposition,,
and providing fox the payment therefor and;
establishing a fiind {or such payment by setting
aside thereiox,. from and alter the completion,
and ui-oeptanee of said additions, seventy-five
(75 per cent.) per centum of the gross revenues,
derived from the water works owned and con
trolled by said city (exclusive of revenues for
water used for municipal purposes > until the
payment therefor shall be completed," approved
October 2"J. 1895, which ordinance was there-v
after, on the 10th day of December, 1886, sub
mitted to the qualified voters of said city for;
by said voters duly ratified and approved.
W. E. Humphrey and
Edward Yon Tobel,
Petitioner's Attorwr*
Postoffice address: Rooms 72-7ti iallivaa
Building, Seattle, King County, Washington.
Summons.
In the Superior Court of King County, State of
Washington,
Wm. A. Sample, Plaintiff, vs. Myrtle S Sample
Defendant,
The State of Washington, to the said Myrtle S
Sample, Defendant:
You are hereb/v summoned to appear with
in sixty (60j days after the date of the first
publication of this summons, to-wit, within
sixty [60] days after the tith day of May, 1898,
and defend the above entitled action In the
above entitled court and answer the complaint
of the plaintiff, and serve a copy of your answer
upon the undersigned attorneys for the plain
tiff at their office below stated; and in case of
your failure so to do, judgment will be ren
dered ngainst you according to the demand of
the complaint, which has been filed with the
Clerk of said court.
The object of the above entitled action is to
obtain a decree of divorce annulling and dis
solving the bonds of matrimony existing be
tween the plaintiff and the defendant.
Ballinger, Ron aid & Battle,
Attorneys for Plaintiff.
P. O. address: Rooms 304-307 Mutual Lifo:
building, Seattle, King County, Washington
Date of first publication, May 6th, IS9B.

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