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Thursday, June 3, 1909.
I Am for Everett
Do you ask your dealer for Everett goods put up by
your own wholesale house or do you build Seattle or
other competing cities by accepting their goods. No
house on the coast owns and distributes good_ honest
weight and quality goods so cheaply as the : : : : :
Pacific Grocery Co.
Importers, Wholesale Grocers
On the Everett Pier Where Rail and Water Meet
Dolson & Cleaver The Store That Saves You Money Dolson & Cleaver
LADIES TAILORED SUITS AT $19.50
WORTH 535 TO S4O
Here is the greatest suit bargain of the season. Strictly tailored
suits of Serge, Panama. Paris Satin, in handsome stripe and novelty
effects—the season's most wanted shades —peacock blue, tan, brown,
taupe, rose, rusty green and navy. Long, htpless
coats, satin lined. All suits nicely trimmed and
linished. Suits that were bought to sell lot $35
and $40.00, now. while they last, at
Excellent Values in Hosiery and Underwear
VESTS—Pure while eottou
ribbed, lace trimmed. Very
special, at 19c
DOLSON & CLEAVER
THE STORE THAT SAVES YOU MONEY
Are you prepared for
It is coming at last —We handle
at very lowest Prices, (live us a call and be convinced.
0. H. 6unhus, Hardware
CLOTHING FOR LESS
We are going to dissolve partnership on June Ist
and must sell one-half of this splendid stock of
Men's and Boy's Clothing and Fur-
Men's Suits are one-third less, Underwear, Suit Cases, Hats, Caps,
Shirts, Ties, Fancy Vests, Hose, etc. All at Cost Now
Hewitt Near Wetmore
Cor. Hewitt ami Broadway.
nishings at Cost and Less
C. H. JESDAHL
Successor to Enger & Jcsdahl
LADIES' HOSE—Fine black
lace hose; all sizes; worth 25c.
Today, pair — I9 C
Both Phones 217
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
IN SUPERIOR CIOURT OF THE STATE
OF W ASH INi lrN l\ AND FOR SNO
In the Matter of the Estate of f.'eor
giana ( harlton. Deceased.
Notice is hereby given by the under
signed, J. M. Babcock, administrator of
the estate of Qeorgiana Charlton, de
ceased, that he has been appointed us
such, and to the creditors of and all per
sons having claims against said deceased
to exhibit them with the necessary
!vouchers within twelve (12) mouths aft
er the first publication of this notice,
to wit. within twelve months after
[the 20th day of May. 1909, to said
adminstratOV at his office. room 21.
Walsh block, Everett, Snohomish coun
ty. Washington, the same being the place
for fine transaction of the business of
s>aid estate in Snohomish county, and
all claims not s,, presented shall be for
.1 M. BABCOCK,
Administrator, Room l\ Walsh Block,
THOS. A. STIQER,
Attorney for Administrator.
Date of fir-t publication. May 20, 'Git.
Date of last publication, dune 17, '01.
SUMMONS FOR PUBLICATION.
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE
STATE OF WASHINGTON IN AND
FOR THE COUNTY OF SNOHO
Nettie Sheridan and John Sheridan, her
husband, Plaintiffs, vs. \V. H. Phil
The state of Washington to the said
W. H. Phillips, defendant.
You are herebj summoned to appear
within sixty days after the date of the
first publication of this summons, to- i
wit. within sixty diiys after the 13th I
dftj of May, A. j). 1909, and defend the
above entitled action in the above en
titled court, and answer the complaint
of the plaintiffs, and serve n copy of!
your answer upon the undersigned at
torneys for plaintiffs at their office be
low stated, and in rase of your failure
so i*i do judgment will be rendered
I■N i 0 n
A N v 5 coats r
MADE OHLV OV •
BLACK MANUFACTURING CO.
Look For the Sign
THE LABOR JOURNAL
against you according to the demand
of tbe complaint which has been filed
with the clerk of said court. That said
action is brought to quiet the title to 1
the following described property in the I
said plaintiff Nettie Sheridan. Said
property being described as lots 31 and 1
32, in block 827. plat of Everett, Division
• II." Snohomish county, state of Wash 1
Cooley A Horan, plaintiffs attorneys,
I. O, address. Wisconsin block, Everett,]'
Date of first publication, Ma) IS tit
NOTICE AND SUMMONS
In the Superior Court of the state of
Washington in and foi the County of
Hewitt Land C pany, n Corporation,
Plaintiff, vs. Mitchell Land and Im
provement Company Theresa Bur
ks and all persons unknown, it' any.
having or claiming an Interest en- es
tate in and to the hereinafter de
scribed real property, Defendants.
THE STATE OF W VSIIINGTON, to
the above named defendants:
You are hereby notified thai the above
named plaintiff is the owner and holder
ni Certificate of Delinquency number
ed 41107 issued ami dated the 31 day of
lanuary, A, I). 1808, by the County of
Snohomish, state of Washington for the
amount of lliirty seven and 05-1001
($37.05) Dollars, the same being the
amount then due and delinquent for
taxes for the years 1802, 1803, Iso 4, 1895
upon real property ol which you, thi'
said defendants are the owners and re
puted owners, sittiati in said county
and more particularly described as fol
Lot thirty si\ (30) of block "X"
of Mitchell Land and Improvement Com
pany's Firs! Addition to Kverett, and
upon which the above named plaintiff
and its assignors, have paid subsequent
taxes assessed against said property as
follow 8 :
Taxes for tbe year 1800, amounting to
$0.32, paid February 28th, 1001,
Taxes for the year I sic. amounting to
$5.64, paid February 28th, 1001.
Taxes for the yeai ]sns. amounting to
$4.64, paid February 28th, 1901.
Taxes for the year 1800, amounting to
$4.22, paid February 28th, 1001.
Taxes for the year 1000, amounting to
$1.35, paid March 15th 1002.
Taxes for the year 1001, amounting to
$1.13, paid March 16tb, 1002.
Taxes for the year 1002, amounting to!
$1.92, paid February 23i I. 1003.
Taxes for the year 1003, amounting to
$2.63, paid May 31st, 1005
Taxes for the year 1004, amounting to
$2.18, paid May 31st I'm:..
Taxes for the year 1005, amounting to
$2.08, paid dune' 1-t 1000.
Taxes for tbe year 1906, amounting to
$2.(18, paid April' 13tli 1909.
Taxes for the year 1907, amounting to
$2.3:!. paid April' 13th, 1909.
Taxes for tbe year 1908, amounting to
$3.78, paid April' 13th, 1909.
All of said several amounts bearing In
terest at tbe rate of fifteen per cent
per annum from the respective dates of
And you and each of you arc hereby
summoned to appear within sixtj days
after the date of tin- first publication of
this notice and summons ex
clusive of the itate of such first
publication. to-wit: within sixty
days after the 20th day of April. A. D.
1900, exclusive of said'day. and defend
tbe above entitled action in the Court
aforesaid, or pay tbe amount due as
ibove set forth, together with the costs.
In ease of your failure so to do. judg
ment will be rendered foreclosing said
iieu for Certificate of Delinquency, taxes,
penalty, interest and costs, against the
lands and premises hereinbefore mention
ed and described,
HEWITT LAND < OMPANY,
By RALPH C. BELL,
Attorney for plaintiff. P. O. Address, Ev
Date of first publication April 29, '09.
Gr<vi\d Excursion to
—. on the fine new —
owned in Everett . ,
SUNDAY JUNE 6th
Tickets Only $1.00
NINETY MILES OF MAGNIFICEN l SCENERY THE
FINEST ON I i IE PACIFIC COAST.
BOAT LEAVES CI I V DOCK AT 9:30.
EVERETT NAVIGATION COMPANY
CAPT. E. REID. Manager
Phones: Independent 700Z LEW. KETCHUM
Sunset 175 J. A. BROWN
BROWN & KETCHUM
Farming Lands a Specialty
Become Independent with
a Ranch—City Property, etc.
3811 Wetmo c Aye.,
City Dye Works
LADIES AND GENTS CLOTHES STEAM OR DRY CLEANED
Panama and Soft Hats
Cleaned and Blocked
9023>„ Rockefeller Aye. Plume- Sunset 820. In.l. OtUY
1 <. ue--. the financttal secretary of the
carpenters won't look dignified when he
gets behind that brand new lot of office
Ifurniturc. The boys will stand a fine
chance (nit) ot besting the secretary
out ol allY due-: the mere Sight of the
I Carnegie library furniture will hypno
t i/.e I hem while the secretary clean- i
them out of their -mall change,
These circuses are getting to he kind
of monotonous also expensive also de 1
moralizing to the unions that meet on
I The new lan which goes into effect
jI he Mth Inst, deliver- a knockout Idou
to cigarettes, but the Lalml Temple!
stand will -till continue to sell union
made cigars and tobacco,
We carrj a full line of union made
suits, hats, and gents' furnishings. Also
a fine line of summer underwear. Ed
ward \\ nhl, 1007 Hewitt avenue.
The California street grounds are rap
idly being put into readiness for the big
U . (), W. carnival which opens next
VVednesdny, Manj outside visitors will
he in attendance during the celebration '
ami the eitj will present a gala appear
Leonard Wood, a member of the Pile
Driver-' union, dropped into town Mon
day night for a short vi-it. Mi. Wood
has liecn working for the Milwaukee
people for the pasl five months and ex j
pects 1., return to hi- work the latter
part oi the week.
For 1 In- first lime in many months
the plumbers were unable to hold a '
meeting last Monday evening owing to|'
non-attendance. So the few who were '
present fined the absentee- $6.65 apiece "
ami adjourned. '
W heels i?.") down and $5 a month. Base
ball outfits and sporting goods. Arthur j
Bally's Gun, Bicycle and Sporting Goods
I In- .Machinists' Ladies' Auxiliary
have decided to hold their semi-monthly
meetings hen-after in the afternoon in
stead of evening. It i- believed that
better attended meetings will result
from 1 he change.
Do you ever look for the label of the
Shirt. Wai-t and Laundry Workers on
your bundle of laundry Do it now.
The Sells 1-loto circus played to large:"
crouds afternoon and evening and
everj one was deligted with the per
formance. Every act was (lean and good
j and worth the money.
Tile next hie noise i- the Woodmen
carnival wich open- next Wednesday
morning. Kverett people have no cause
to complain of a lack of entertainment
Notice the change of schedule in the
time card of the boats, City of Everett
and Telegraph, published elsewhere in
Iritis issue. si\ round trips a day >;i\e
elegant service to and from Seattle.
WORK GALLED FOR AND DELIVERED
LADIES' WORK A SPECIALTY
AVER'S HAIR VIGOR
Does not Color the Hair
Hair falling out ? Troubled with dandruff? Want more hair? An elegant dressin;
We believe doctor-; endone this formula, or we would not put it up
AVER'S HAIR VIGOR
Does not Color the Hair
.7 <' * vrn < ' w- " M
Ask for the button when you vlail a
drink emporium. If you don't find it,
Cull for the label of the shirt Waist
St Laundry Workers on your laundry
-lip. Keep op a label agitation, its
ho only way
We h.n,- a lot ot' men's and boys' -aits
to close out at cost. Pillman's, 1!>21
Give a copy of the Journal to your
■ionunion friend and ask him to sub
scribe for the paper that standi square
y for the interests of the man who
If you have any good reading matter <
-newspapers, magazines—that you arc '
hrough with, don't burn it linp but take ,
t to the I*abor Temple reading room. <
There OUghi to be 50 cigar makers at '
york in Everett instead of 12. Do your <
.art towards putting another man at ,
york b) always calling for an Everett '
nade cigar. i<
Union men should beat tn mind that J
he Sunset Wine hous,. and Oliver <
IriggS mercantile establishment an; fair
o organized labor. Because their places
if business are located in the MitchellM
dock, some of the boys have gained the
erroneous impression that these houses
1 factory No.
" r VTW* " Copyrights Ac
Anyone tending a sketch And dencri'ti'-n may
quickly ascertain otir opinion free whether ai
invention la pronator patentable. Communlosv
slons strictly onnttdentlal. HANDBOOK on Patents
sent free. Oldest acency for securing patents.
Patents taken tbr.-uch Munn A Co. receive
rptci&l notice, without charge, in tbe
A riandsomelr Illustrated wpftklr. f.are-est otr
ejvlatlon of any srtejitiflc Tprms. fs a
year: tour nionths, |l. Sold by all news
MUNN & Co. 3618r0ad * a * New York
Branch OiD.ce. 625 F St., Waihlnaton, D, C
Is waiting to connect yonr house or
place of business with our power
nih&oii if you desire to use Electric
Light. It is the cheapest, cleanest
and most convenient light known,
and will not spoil your walls and
ceilings or give off uuhealthful odors.
We will be glad to furnish an
estimate of cost at atn time
Everett Railway, Light
and Water Co.
Sulphur. Glycerin. Qumin. Sodium C hlorid.
Capsicum. Siik*'. Alcohol. Water. Perfume.
DOB B ' S
Wall Paper ami
WALL PAPER, PAINTS.
OILS. BRUSHES, Etc.
— Agents for —
HARRISON. TOWNE & COUN
TRY PAINTS, MIXED VAR
Sun. 1219. Ind. 81 X.
203S Colby Avenue.
Bhe LINE that PLEASES
Bargreens Golden Drip
Bargreens Black Tea.
Bargreens Pure Spices.
Bargreens Pure Extracts.
Bargreens Baking Powder.
IMPERIAL TEA CO
1407 Hewitt Aye.
Both Phones 142.
We Carry a Full Line of
All Government Inspected
Look for Stamp No. 194
MONTE CRISTO MARKET
1712 Hewitt Both Phones 201
Fur School Children from
Ladies' tape edge, silk taf
fetta with silver trimmed
Foley's Umbrella Store
1807 Hewitt Everett
N. B. CHAL-.ACOMIU;.
FUKK&AX DIRECTOR AND
Telephone Main 3M5
181 j R/x-kefeller Aye . Bverett
JOHN F. JERREAD
AMD E M BALM ER
Jy3s> Broadway Ptione M. 2 v
□AY AND NIGHT SERVICE