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Saturday, March 25, 1911
I For Sale, Real Estate [ I Tor Sale. Real Estate ! I For Sale, Real Estate
WHO WANTS A HOME
We are now prepared to build any number of two. three or four-room houses In Hlllcrest at price*
ranging from $600 to $1100, according to the value 0 f the lots you select and the nizn house you want.
Come out tomorrow and select your lots and as sunn as m ran finish the work we will put you In posses
sion of a modern bungalow that any man would be proud to own. \Vi* will not build sheds on the back end
of lots, but real modern, neat appearing houses. Every Btick of lumber that we put Into a house will be first
class and they will all bo built by $4 per day, union carpenters. Kucli house will bo on two lull lots.
There will be absolutely no Interest charged on deferred payments. If you should contract to pay $708
for a home you will never have to pay a cent over $700. We are satisfied with a legitimate profit and are
not looking tor a double profit In the form of Interest,
Our terms will bo $."0 to $75 cash nnrt $10 to $15 p—r month. If you are unable to make, the cash pay«
ment, come out to Hlllorest and select your lots and pay $10 down and $10 or more |.rr month until the full
amount of the cash payment is made up, then we will build a house fur you and credit that amount as first
payment on the house and lota.
We insert a "Rick clause" in nil of our contracts for homes, allowing 90 days graco In case the watje
earning: member of th« family is ill.
Is right on the Pacific Traction car line, only 15 minutes' ride from the business center. This prop
erty is high and sightly and has an unobstructed mountain view. It is an Ideal location for your home,
Graded streets, sidewalks, city water, electric lights, telephones and school. Transfers to and from all parts
of tho city.
LOTS LOTS LOTS
mar., »180. $17R, «200, (225, «2SO, *2715. »an».
We are selling lots alone in Hlllcreat on the most liberal terms ever offered. You don't have to put
your surplus earnings In the savings bank until you have accumulated enough to pay cash for your lots so
as to avoid paying interest. There is no interest to pay. ■■■lead off having to pay un Inlrr«*t we guarantee
to par you 4 per rent Intermt on all inmtnlliiif ininir on lotH In Hlllerest.
Example: Say you agree to pay $10 down and $5 per month on a pair of lots. You immediately begin to
draw 4 per cent Interest on $10; next month you draw interest on $16, and ho on until the full purchase
price Is paid, when we deed you the property.
It Is better to buy lota In Hlllcrest than it Is to put your money In a savings bank, because you get youi
4 per cent Interest just the same and, in addition, you get the benefit of the constantly Increasing value of
your lota while you are paying for them. _„
Sickness or Death
In ense of sickness we extend time of payments. In case of death wo Immediately deed to heirs with'
out further payments.
If you want to build your own house we will furnish all the lumber and you can pay for It la small
our proposition. T^et us talk It over with you. I jet us show ypu the property. Como out tomorrow or anj
day during the week. From now on the addition office will be open every day. Take Pacific Traction car
and get off at So. 10th st.
WILKESON CO., Owners
302 PROVIDENT BLDG.
that 11. B. Hltz has .1 nst completed a water system at Sprliin Ilinili, With
a fountain that throws water over 50 feet In tlie air, and that It all cornea
from the springs on liis own property?
That physicians who have tested tills water declare It to lie the best
In the land?
That Spring Beach la the most dollßlitful place for slimmer homes
and camplnK on l'uset Sound, with tho best fishhiß and boat icrvlM
of any resort?
RANCH, 280 ACRES
f.T No. 2) 5-r. house and 280 a. near Onkvlllr, 1H miles from
Milwaukee station. There are fill a. cleared, 21) a. liottom
soil, mostly black loam, and slopes to sw.; county road through
place; 1 mile from school, with It. l'\ I). House is oclled and
Ikis good fireplace: '1 large barns, woodshed, chickerhouse, about
4 acres of orchard; :100 prune and 200 apple and cherry trees.
<iood sprinpr on plac6 that will furnlwh water to any luirt of
holme. Price $16,000, with oil right reserved, or $20 000 with
out: $2,000 or more down. Will swap for city property up to
14,000 or $5,000 and lial. mortßaße. (J 2)
LENNOX TRUST CO.
952 Pacific Aye.
For Sale or Trade
2 acres in Puget Sound Homestead Association
can be traded for 2 lots in South End.
10 acres in Gig Harbor, 75 fruit trees, nice run
ning water; only $650.
43 acres at Long Branch, 180 ft. waterfront; 10
acres cleared; good 6-room house and chicken houses;
250 fruit trees, strawberries; good barn and carpen
ter shop; 2 wells with good pumps; $6,000.
Gerberg & Lough
328 C-lifornia Bldg.
A SNAP >'
Two lots In Point Defiance Park
Add., $176 for my $345 equity, lial
' anca monthly. «.-■...-.■ :
../■-• ■ HI IT * 111 IIIMII
7 M. 8620. 410 California Bldg. .
FARMS & ACREAGE
W| have IMPROVED ANn_C!»
--nil'HlHl-ll \( Hi: \<;i; AND l<'tltMs
FIIQH >TO'l Ad < hk.s hum; TO
»sl.fßt!TftlC CAH I.l*l)| SOHEI WITH
I STOCK. *AT • n*naAlJf -: PRICKS.
SOMU to TMAIIIC. ■■'■-••'.V";.^<j->i
».-j ALSO • WATUIIFnoXT.
-; —.-'.'DVrV. A FHCIITNKH ' ''-■■-
0 M,-BBiO.--:*>.Uo California Bldg.
1 PARTY going ' to. leave | town, will
"»•* ••11 modern «-room house way be
loWimarket value. Term*. 803 No.
■' I*' ft-^O^^«i. A*T»t- » rM JU-S»w n ,
Two blocks school laml, highly Im
proved, 7-room house, 160 bearing
fruit treeß, 300 or 400 currant and
gooseberry bushes. raspberry and
strawberries. City water and Mao
trie lights, stroot graded; a blocks
from car line.
Apply to A. M. McDonald, 2910 So.
7th st, city.
New B-roonr house. Sttl No, Bth
«t., 2 hlooks from 6th aye. rar.
Terms V 4 cash, balance on mortgage.
FOR SALES BY OWNER
Groom bungalow, lot 60x115, water
and lights. App'y (444 80. Uuon
aye., Maaito Park.
Acreage tracts of fine light sandy
loam toll, near the street car line.
Owner will taku easy payments.
Price $100 per acre.
Five acres of best shot clay soil
at North I'uyallup at $65 per acre.
Half acre tracts, within a quarter
mile of two Htret car lines, In the
center of Kern Hill, at the extremely
low price of $350 per tract, on easy
\ Summer home villa tracts of 1
acre each, on the best of county
roads, telephone, rural delivery, etc.,
very close to car line, at $20.0 per
acre, on easy payments.
103 So. NINTH ST.
Take this while I am in the
5-room house, 2 corner lots, chick
en house, cement walks, all assess
ments paid. Price $1000; $500 down,
balance as you like.
_ 5651 So. X st.
FOR —Two lots and 3-room
house, new, city water, plumbing,
cement sidewalks, 23d and Grant
aye., on car line. . Owner, 2321 Grant
Eit sidewalks, 23d and Grant
on car line. Owner, 2321 Grant
for sale: cheap BY «>\\ Mill
2Vi nice level lots in Indian addi
tion, 62^x130 feet to 20 foot alley.
Will take. $476 for the bunch on
good terms and 5 per cent interest
If you want them that way.
NOTE —These lots are worth $250
apiece, but we want to sell them if
we don't get more than $25 down,
balance any terms. Mrs. May Jones,
owner* So. 3Bth and V, by the Roose
velt school, Portland aye. car.
______^___^^_^_— — —~— —— —^~-~
Do You Want , -
I can locate you on 320 acres of
the finest level land In southern Ore
gon that you ever saw. No rocks
or alkali, good sandy loam soil, no
Irrigation, good water from 10 .to
80 feet. Only a limited number of
these claims left. You will have to
hurry If you get one. Call or ad
dress ;'•., -._.- :' : - ■ '
ED. TnORNTHWAITIS] • \
408 So. C st. ■. .. Tacoma. Wash.
Mr. Spemlnlort " Mr. Home-buyer
—. Grab Thin One. ■
'■' Four lota ■ one block s~ from **. car
line, all cleared and planted to fruit
and garden; place SO by 100 ft. for
chicken run; a 2-room house, all
furniture, garden, tools and supplies;
woodshed-and some 'lumber;'assess
ment* all In and paid; "fisoo. This
is 400 below cost, a call! SOI Park
THE TACOMA TIMES
I For Sale, Real Estate-!.
Well Improved, beautifully locat
ed and an ideal country home.
There is a yood new plastered house
of five. large rooms, fine well, barn,
chicken house and yards; small fruit
and iunit 100 young fruit trees.
Lies full quarter mile on well trav
eled road and will plat, and find
ready Bale, In onu acre tracts*
Jesse O. j
103 SO. NINTH ST.
Building of - ' rooms ami atore
room oil paved street and our line In
manufacturing district. Preaent ln
coma li *1.% per month, $900 cash,
balance rent terms.
A. \\. KIVI'7.
nut) 80. i: st.
FOUIi-UOOJI citiuu" tor Bale, 1 lot,
easy terms. 1411 So. I street.
Of good land; an Ideal placo for a
chicken ranch; Just enough trees for
shade and walking distance to car
lino. Wilt Mil on easy payments or
will take 2 lots as Hist payment.
F. E. McFarland
317 CAL. BL.DG.
ri\r. Sl'lll IUIW RANCH iiomk
Ten acres, half miles beyond city
limits, all under cultivation; 8-rooni
bouse, good ham and outbuildings,
horse, cow. chickens and all (arm
imp 11'nt required on a farm: 5a
car fare. Will sell all or H. H. J.
Campion Estate Inquire of N. 1).
Pol torn, executor, rare Rhodes Hros.
For Sale, 40 Acres :
40 acres, 8 miles from Gig Har
bor, $800; lomt Improvements. Will
tiiuin for city property. O. Swanson,
Main 8109. 1822 W. Madison.
F. D. HILL & CO.
Successor!! to Norton & Hill.
Real loft.. Ins. and Loans, Berlin Bid.
On April Ist we will move to sec
ond floor National Realy Building,
1117-1119 Pacific avo.
K. !•'. OHKOORY CO.
New 3-room house, lot 50x120,
cleared and fenced. in south part of
the city; $500, only $10 cash and
$8 per month. Have also one 4
room house and one of 6 rooms, on
payments like rent.
II K. PAll,. Owner
Home phone A 1441, or call at 316
Bankers Trust Bldg., between 1 and
3 p. in.
Do You Want to Sell
Tour m<SAI. ESTATK or IIUSINKSSI
If so, Bee us at once. We guaran
tee to dispose of your property for
cash within SO DAYS.. Reference.
P. M. Ruthfield
408 Provident Hid*,'. Main 8303
JONES & WHITE
Will trade your city property for
farm land or your farm land for city
property. They sell property at Its
value. Bank references to strangers.
500 Natl. Bank of Commerce Bldg.
Of 20 acres, all cleared: house and
barn, very cheap. A beautiful place.
326 Cat. BldK. Main 9512.
2 acres well Improved bottom land,
on short line; perpetual water pipsd
In house free; a line home. Come)
and see me. Terms can be hadJ
326 CAL, BLDO. Sj|
-^ % - • .>J
5 acres, a garden of berries, fruit
and flowers. Interest is all requliM
cd. Any terms you make suits usJ
Perpetual water right goes with
Homes can be paid for easy Our
S. Main 878 S. ~
FOR i SALE ' by the owner, close .In
' acre tracts, cleared, near car line;
15 minutes •■ from ,y Pad flo ' avenue.
Phono M. 5502..;- ■i^.^ijy,;:.v.*;--.;vi
'■• "ArtUtlo \' bungalow,':^ largo »' living
■ room with fireplace, bed room, kitch
en * and ' largo porch, on« « acre n ( of
■ ground, water, front,*, nearest house
F. D. HILL & CO.
I r Iniflun to Norton * Hill. %
: (urlr J*lfc4(fcrt(tFlf». luanraan^
You Want the
Best and We
A Itt-aiery bungalow on IV lota, with reception linll: living-room;
paneled dlnlnr-room; buffet kitchen; bath; bedroom down it«lr« and 2
upstairs; lionets ..i r of each lied room; electric llnhta; full basement; IVi
bluckH from Point Defiance car Una. Itpiluet-d from *%<IU» i<> 11,1— i Onl>
*.»po iionu, Iti.li.M.i like re ill. See tliU Ml iluj. Main »3'H,
Don 71 Wait Too Long
Thin plnoe will not long be <■■■ ike inurkei. A -room bunira low,
consist! nil •>( reception room; llvlnn-roomi dinlnt?-room; buffet kitchen;
2 lard* bedrooma and bath on first flour; i bedroom on 2nd floor; fur
nace; electric lights; kjis; 8 full lots. Thin bungtalow is artistically dec
orated tUroua;liout and Iraded-a;la8fl windows. It is within wnlklntr dis
tance; in an A-l netirhborl and only a few feet from Point I>efiance
car. Will nlidiv lliln lioiin** hii> tiny mill <mi rlvi* iiliiioni hii> Icriua. Main
The above hunt?a low la finely furnished throughout and will sell
either with or without the furnitures
Our Houses Satisfy
LET US SHOW THEM TO YOU
If You Want to Buy, Sell or Trade, See
SSiK.""* 412-413 Berlin Bldg. ""»'."
l'lioue U.-121 ° SSS.
"There's a Reason"
Are You Fooling Away Your Dollars?
Pleasure Vs Saving
It you are frittering away every dollar yon earn, you are being un
just to yourself and to your family. Th« pleasures afforded you by ex
travagant living la nhort lived and leaves you poorer financially and
broken In health.
II 1 you are trying to save, we know how hard you are finding the
lob, You have the right spirit, lint we think we have a system of wav
ing that will help you accomplish greater results with little or no self
If you will buy five, acres of our fine. rich. Mack. Irrigated land —
Bet busy and prepare the soil for the spring Rowing, you will find the
work healthful ard Invigorating, Working out in the open air digging
In the rich black mold, you will find a happier existence than loafing
around town during your off hours, in the spring sow your seed and
watch your fortune grow. All this Is within your reach—only 46 minute*
front your work —out where the air is pure ami fresh, You can eat bet
ter, have better food and sec more of the better side of life.
We arc selling these f>-acr tracts on terms that make It possible for
you to buy one. $r>o cash ami $10 month on each tract.
If you Imven't $r>o cash to pay down we will Rive you a li-aero tract
fie., of charge if you will raise one crop ami turn It over to us.
Or come out Sunday and sec the land where we have sold hundreds
of happy and contented people. Take. the T. It. & I*. Co/a American Italic
car on Pacific avenue, gel on* at the end of the line. where we have an
office. Wo will be there all day Sunday to show you tin: property.
IT IS EASY TO SAVE.
COME TO OUR OFFICE AND LET US TELL
~ YOU MORE ABOUT OUR PROPOSITION
Surety Bonds. Fire Insurance
E. F. Gregory Co., Inc.
« S. R. Webb. " E. F. Gregory
V* 120 Twelfth Street
Two corner lots and three-room
cottage near Oakland station on the
Traction line. This homo Is worth
$1,000, but we are offering It for
$850 upon the terms of $250 cash,
balance $IS per mo. at 6 per cent
Interest. See us for full particulars.
Karl R.Thompson &Co
E. M. Sherwood. Karl R. Thompson.
11l 10th st.
DO YOU WANT A
"accessible to the city? We have one
.near American l.nki- only 2 blocks
rfrom Pacific Traction line, consist -
Ing of 4V4 iiorrn •( «<•««! land. Im
proved with 8-room plastered house,
-with concrete cellar, large barn and I
chicken house, itiiml well with force
■■■■■■■p. An Ideal location for a fam-
Jly with children attending the Tnco
imii nchoolx or having inembem em
ployed In the city. Call at office for
■ NORTON & CO.
', 210-11 Berlin Bldg.
Exclusive agents for Northilla Beach.
(Please note that I am now locat
ed at 210-11 Berlin Bldg., the firm
of Norton & Hill having been dis
solved. —EH,P. Norton.) : _:",;■;"
8 The King of Snaps
The King of Snaps
S acres i % mile west of Midland
station, on old-Fuyalup-' cur line,
worth $2,500 1 cash, but the ■ owner
must have some cash at once, so will
sell for $1,276 on terms to suit. This
Is a chance of a life time to pick up
a bargain. , ■ ;■_/■:- ""..-■;" '-.-. .'■"*■'". - ■
I P. M. RUTHFIELD I
408 Provident Bldg. Main; 8302..
.".-'" .■ J* FOR INVESTMENT I .•..". :
\m% ceres of land for sale by owners.
Bottom South Ash St., half mile from
Pujalltip. One aero under cultiva
tion, 52 , fruit trees . on. 43 • bearing;
evergreens for :,• house 5* use;' small
patch •*-. >tr»wb«rry *~ on. : 5 chickens,
house and yards. ■■ Beat pasture, part
hill- and part bottom -land; good
spring water on ths place. - Barn for
2 cow».^ A Cadh •< terms. -.-Aisejca
If you are going to move, pack
or store your furniture, call Fidel
ity Transfer Co.. M. 83-A1497. •••
The spirit, of the times la shown
In I>r. rower's selection of bis sub-
Jpct, "Prayer as a HeallnK AKent,"
Sumlny Bvetilng at the Unitarian
Wo sell Iron Age garden tools.
Tacoma Imp. & Seed Co. ♦♦•
9- ' ~ :==m
I Too Late to Classify !
FIIKNISHKI) housekeeplns rooms to
rl^ht party for oaro of child. Box
THREE furnished rooms on first
floor, gas and wood range: reason
able. 619 So. O. Phone M. 4598.
l:()()M and board for two, who will
room together; pleasant, light out
side room: reasonable terms; home
[cooking. 61 So. Q St. M. 1851.
. o Hw^ *v ' i
? There is hardly , a business of any, kind today that cannot be", made .to expand by th« V..;
■" persistent use ;of J good, first-class * illustrations. . When you «consider the | tremendous ||
':■■ • advances*, made •by the 1 automobile manufacturers,! railroads, pure food companies and
producers in general of everything conceivable, you will readily admit that their pic
ture money is well expended. 'ii Give■ this subject ' its ' due consideration, and you will un
doubtedly find a means to help YOUR business likewise.. . .'."•
■ ■ ' i Photo engravings on zinc or copper for newspapers, magazines, book* J5
lets, street car advertisements, post cards, etc We make drawings and <le*
signs for commercial purposes,
RAPID SERVICE ENGRAVING C?
JAMES 6. DITTY, Manager.
1309 Seventh Aye.. Seattk Phones—Main 9400: bid. 441
Expect Troops to Move
(lly l'nlt«Ml Tivnn Uiimsl Wire.)
san Dimo. Karen IS. — it la <<■•
llevrd here thai itartllnc develop
ini'iits win im]i,.w tin' reitirnatlon ot
th" .M.-\n-.iii rablnel and army oirt
..is g-enerally admit tlmt Ihi » M
fret marchlns orderi al any moment.
The Impreailon i^ general al tin'
ramp here that the realgnatlom \\\i\
l>.' taken ;\H :l slkii of the w.mUii.'Sn
of tli.' I ■ i . i /. government, and thai It
win encourage the Iniurrectoi t.»
more lertoui outbrealca. compelling 1
lllttlll.'lle lllt.TV . llll.Ml liy till' I lilted
BALLINBER HAD ENOUGH
(By I'nllnl fun Lease* Wlrr.l
skatti.k. March 25.—
"I am heartily glad to be
coming home to resume my
law practice," said ex-Secre
tary H. a. Balllnger when ho
arrived lipro last night.
"So far as 1 am concerned,
1 am through with office
liil it in OONCBRT iuilimiiniv
The v. m. v a. and Tacotna Mili
tary band mi' offering an attractive
iMOKi.'uu fur nun al tin- Tacoma
theater Hunday afternoon nt I
o'clock. Thli In tli.. second nf ii
him irs of Coin 1 given free <»f chara*e,
and .liiilklhk by tin' Intersil man I
fi'Htcil at tin' prevloui program,
Handing room win bo nt i pre
mium. These band concert! are
made pontble by Uio lubicrlptlom
(>C lillslllt'SH tlll'M.
FIM) on. m:\ii ennum
(lly United Proai Ueaeed Wiro >
CKNTHALIA, March 25. (ill .\
perti from Ptttaburg arc proapect
ini mi the iiu in <>( Dan Bhaner, and
they nay tlu>ri> Irf every Inilli-ut lon
that oil can In- fiiiind in the ground.
Jurors Deny I'rejuillee
ill- lulled l'n'«« I cllKi'il \Mn.l
BRATTIiK, March 26. Alfred
Hiiiih. D. T. Davlei, J. s Wageneei
ami Robert Bridget, Jr., Jurori In the
C l>. lllliman case, filed affidavit!
In court yeiterday denying the
chargei of Hlllman thai these jur
ors were penonally hostile to him.
TWO Killed bf Villoinoltllix.
(lly I nlleil Trrnpi l.rn».il Wire.)
BEATTLK, March IS. -Dr. Nllei
A. Johamen struck and kiiie.l Dan
iel Harrington, ■ laborer, with hix
automobile hist nluht. Shortly aft
erward a. K. iioniy. oaihler of i in-
Cheliea hotel, ran .town ami kllle.l
Thomai Korbei, a plaiterer, ami
badly bruised lilh companion.
Qcta .lililKllienl I'rom SlierllT.
(llv I i.1i..1 I'rrio I.eiiNeil Wire.)
BKLI.INOHAK, .March 85. — Bherlft
Andrew Willlami three yean agro
■erved Anna Uoriran with tin 1 papers
in the divorce suit itarted by her
huiband, John Morgan, by telephone*.
V.siiTd.iy .she got ludgment ngalnsl
him for (1,700 damages, alleging ihe
lust her huiband and alimony
through the ■herlfTi action.
I'jisco Coiiiily Munii ipal Dotfc.
< lly I iilltil l'rc«« l.eiiHe<l HlnM
I'ASCO, March El.— TTie eoin
merciai ciuh tent a repreaenta
tivo to tht> city conncll last ni^hl
Ullging that property he pur
chased and a municipal docK es
tablished to take care of the
growing bualneee of the city:
WAS.HI.\(STON, D. C, March
|4,—Denial was mado at the w:i r
|di']iartiiieiit this altcriioon that re- 1
IcrnitinK was belnf rualiod be- 1
[cause trouble was expected to
arise from die Mexican situation. '
BOVI I'llll'l' 4'KI SIIKIt
Walter Myers, aged 11. nf 519 Bail
Thlrtyflfth itreet, while playing In
the Milwaukee yardi yeiterday was
struck by a ihlfttng freight car and
knocked under the wheeTi ( on.' f<»..t
being i rush. .1 so it had to be am
FORM RACINQ « 1,1 II
PORTLAND, Ore., March 2t.—-Cap-
Itallied ut tloii.iinii mikl backed by
Home of tin- wealthiest anil moit ln
| fiueiitiul cltliem of Portland, the
Country Club Racing and Exhibition
UKSoclaUoii was launched hern to
Bartoo Printing Co., 762 C at.,
M. 9481. •♦•
Good bread Is a boon to every
home. Pyramid Flour will bring
this boon to your home. •••
«'.>l.>r Is Riven thin view by th«
activity today of tT>» war depart*
ment, which la n.<inliiit: Major U«n
rial Carter with cipher toleffraraa. *
l>e.s|iii,, heavy ralni and deep mud
tin' regimental commander! today
in.- delivering In the <|iiHrt«'rmtuM*»r
department all unnecessary impedi
ment! an.l th» ratlruiul* are bually
preparing' for a hurried movement
of Iron 1 im.
The insurgent junta hero expects
further Important announcements
from Mexico City tomorrow.
ARBOR DAY APRIL 13
(lly Unilpil Promt Leaeei Wire.)-
OiiYMPIA, March 25.—Oov
ornor Hay lias set aside April 13
aw arbor day and urges that It too
general!) observed by beautifying
public anil private ki'oiiimlh, and
particularly 1 >>■ planting trees in
school ground* and In the tree
HANK CI,i:\KINHH. *<
SKATS AT Til IA L II ISA CII.
ill. I'nlled fim I ......I Win.)
Sl'i ika.ni:. March 26.— Spectator*
at the trial of .1. M. McDonald,
clmrKed with murderingl lilk wife
near Harrlion, Idaho, throiiKh In
fiittiittlnii for i.vi.i Traynur, Hold
their aeata fur $1 apiece yesterday
hii great wan the demand for room
in thi> court.
taggers Will Ignore New Jaw.
III.V I ulliil I'rt'MM I.enaeil Wlrr.)
ABERDEEN, March 25. —
Grays Harbor loggers Bay they
will make no effort to comply
with the now factory law 'passed
.by the legislature. They object,
especially to the section which re
quires a man to follow loglnig
trains and .put out sparks from
Doctor Denied New Trial. /-J;:
(lly I iifl.-.l l*rraa 1-,-iiNril Wlrr.)
ABBRDEEN, March 25. —
Judge Den Slicks has denied'a
new trial to Dr. Btapp, who was
convicted of criminal m*ipractice,
causing the death of Miss Mary
ICiM'nvi'riiiK Ills Memory.
, (My i nK.-.i Prom l.i-iixi-a wire.)
OENTRALIA, March. 25.—
Frank Ward of this city, who has
been suffering from a complete
lapse of memory Is recovering In
a Portland sanitarium. Ward
til stricken three weeks after he
married a well-known girl In this
Colored Men Settle ill Ciiehalls.
Illy I'nlloil l'rc»« l.i'iiMfil Wlrr.t
OHEIHAILIS,- March 25.—For
years Chehalis has not had a ne
gro. Chinaman nor Japanese resi
dent. Three colored men. have
located hero this week, however.
Some colds are worse than
others, but they are all bad.
Do not neglect them. Treat
! promptly, vigorously. First,
ask your doctor about tak
ing Ayer's Cherry Pectoral.
Then do as he says. ■fc&fra'SV
Pipes and Tobacco. A. J. lunla.*
Bartoo Printing Co., 762 C St.,
M. 9481. ••*
Uartoo Printing Co., 762 C St.. 5
M. 9481. •■■.- ■•■■•■'■• *»*