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We Are Furnishing
1 o the most critical buyers of Lumber
in Kverett ami we want your trade.
Ferry-Baker Lumber Co.
i meral Office and Mill-. t in Sales Office
i ■ of 16th Street, Delta. tTnder Postoffiee.
I. .>, Phones 88. Both Phones 840
Also Sunset Phone .ioB.
President 1 . koni, of t lie Intel nation- |
paid .1 flying visit to Kverett Satnr- '
(lie different districts nre doing splen- >
did wm', Delinquent members are pay
ing Hi' ami new inn - joining, and every-
Several ol the lioys who went to Brit
i-ii ( 'ohutibia are back in town and re
port nothing doing. A peculiar eondi-r
dian shimrle plants. Ii is stated that
ii employ ed in li'- plai i'
lueal I'm I lie i n
. lent. 1 lias
I. IV Marsh; n
i. r.lin- se rotary. Chas. Kneoht; guard, l
H. Houghton; guide, Mike Grignon; i
delegates tn Trades Council, J. R. Camp I
bell, M. I larringfon, I. Mailman.
Si .im ii v t'orbett, of Mukilteo local I
PITHY FACTS ABOUT LABOR.
GOOD SHOW AT THE ACME.
ii'\\ ' ' ' :
Don l !<<rget to lie pho
after this interesting
occasion. And don't
forget to have the dic
tographs taken at
Up St;tirs (Her
Kmma Hell's Chimes
, Snnset I'hone SO]
—on the —
SEATTLE, EVERETT & EDMONDS
CITY of EVERETS & TELEGRAPH
SIX XROUM) TRIPS DAILY—MEATS
SERVED ON BOARD
UAUA I'lMi. i QTD
Leave Everett Leave Seattle
Leave Everett I 0:13 5:00
Leave Seattle ' 12:00 7:1
A. M. P. M. ; 7:iHl 2:15
\. M. I. M. j 0:16 5:00
7;l"l -J : I "i 1 12:1111 10:45
Reduced Excursion Rates nil Sundays
Seattle Landing—COLEMAN DOCK
Sunset I'll.me Main 3003 Ind. 730
Everett Landing—ClTY DOCK
Main IJJ I'limn- Main s|:i
Effective June i, 1909
by the large audiences that are present
each night. Gallagher ami Weborg, the
local firemen, in their new electrical
novelty net, "A Glimpse of the Future,"
in. a decided hit, ll.ill and Loraine. in
their comedy sketch, "1 In- Model Voting
' Man." pleased highh. ami Mr. Hall's
imitations of various birds, etc., were
both very interesting and pleasing. Miss
Marie l)odd, a talented violnist, ren
dered several familiar selections, and
her clevei work was highly appreciated.
Mr. Be i : ie, i lie Verne's popular illns
trntor, is singing a very catchy ballad,
•'Set 'Km Up in the Other Alloy." beau
[tifulh illustrated, and ihe motion pic
tures are extra g I. "11 mil ing Big
Game in Uricn" is the feature film, and
I tlie big comedy picture, "011110 Novel
Han." brought one continuous roar of
laughter. The popular "Acme I'nion
Orchestra" of four pieces—violin, piano,
comet and drums came in tor their
diare "i' ilo performance, and it can
ia-ih iir said that they are a feature
in themselves, There will be a specisil
ladies' souvenir matin, very Wednes
day nit.-ii v in tin- future, and even
lady attending the matinee will receive
a beatuiful souvenir absolutely free. The
management also announces that on
Saturady of each week a special chil
dren's 5-eent candy ami souvenir ninti-
will In- given, and each and every
'MM will receive candy that is clean
ml pure and in addition will also see
a strictly el.-.ut. moral entertainment at
all times, and parents need nol hesitate
sending their children tn the Acme, as
nothing will I." shown mi tlo- stage that j
i- nol strictly refined, Instructive ami j
■ in crt nining.
IN" THE SUPERIOR 001 R1 0J THE
STATE OF VVASHIXOTOX, IN AND
i FOR THE COUNTY OF BNOHO
-| Mi -1 r.
In the Matter of the Estate of Mary R.l
Notice i- herehy given thai tin- final
account "i Walter F. Swalwell, adminis
trator nf tl state of Man 11. Krause,
il used, has I n rendered i" the above
entitled ~.iin for settlement, and that ai
petition I'.r final distribution ot' the
estate Im- been filed with said ai tint.
in.l ~n i In- Hi h day o| duly. 1909, at
10 o'clock a. in., iii tin- court room of
the court house, in the (ity ot Kverett,,
Snohomish county, Washington, lias |
been ap|Miinted by '-aid court lor the
settlement ol -aid account ami hearing
• ■I' said petition, at which time and place
any persons interested in said estate
maj appear and file his exceptions or
objections in writing to said account, I
and contesl the -an.'', and may also he
heard in tlo- matter nf distribution of!
Daied this 3rd day '<i June, A. I). 1000. j
-cal l JOHN ft. DALLY,
( utility Clerk.
Robert McMurchie, attorney for ad
ministrator, -lit American National
bank building, Kverett, Washington.
Date "I first publication -'mi 8, WOO.
Date nt la-t publication dune 24. 1000.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN)
in ill- Superior Court of Snohomish
i ounty, Washington.
In the Matter of tlie Petition nf Don
ret I Sons Shingle Company, for Dis
NOTTI X is HEREBY GIVEN, that
Doueett Sons Shingle Compuny, has filed
nit h the undersigned as Clerk of the
Superior Court, Snohomish County,
Washington, a petition for on order to
dissolve and disincorporate said corpor
ation, and that the Judge Of the above
entitled Court has fixed Saturday, the
12th day of June, I 'too as the time, nnd
Ma- t'ourt House in Kverett, Snohomish
iunty, Washington, as the place at
which -aid implication vull be heard.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
said Superior < ourt. Washington, this
Ifth daj of April. 1900,
Real) Superior < ourt.
JOHN P. DALLTi
i lerk, of the Court, Snohomish County,
Date of fir-t publication, April 22.
i 1 1000.- S times
No TICK OF SALE OF REAL ESTATE.
mi he Snpci ior i mil I. Snohomish
t ountj. Washington,
In the Maii'i ni the Guardianship of
lon* Fulknor, Marian Fanlknei and
l.inila Fualkner, Minors.
S'otiee i- hereby given that \. t*
Faulkner, guardian of the above nai I
minora, will sell at private sale the fol
lowing described property, t" wtti Tract •
fifteen (IS) and sixteen (10), Shelton'a
M \leei Five Vere tracts, in Snohomish
rounty, Washington, mi the loth .lav of
June,'looo, nnd iii.it bids I'm- -aid prop
erty' will be received by -aid guardian
.it the offic •'. I. Wall, attorney nt
law, i.mil'- 5 and 0, Seandinavian-Ameri
can bank building, Ballard avenue, Bal
lard station, Seattle, Washington. Iti'l
fur said property must be in writing
and the -ale .it taid property will in
made mi oi after the aforesaid date.
Dated thi-. tlie 24th daj nt May. 1900.
V 1.. FAULKNER,
Date of find publication May 27-00.
1Q O Q
By Evergreen Camp
THAN EVER BEFORE
THE LABOR JOURNAL
No matter where located, if j'ou
want to buy, sell oi exchange
any kind of business, Dt real es
tate any where, at any price.
Real Estate, Rentals and Loans,
at Lowest Prices.
C. E. ANDERSON
Sun. 1869. Room 15, P. O. Bldg.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
IV THE SUPKRI( Hi < ot'RT OF THE
STATE (tF WASHINGTON, IV \ST)
FOB THE OOUXTi OF SNOHOMISH.
In tln* mutter of iin- Estate of John
Notice is hereby given by the under
signed, Charles A. Cole, administrator of
the estate of John Butler, deceased, to
the creditors of and all persons having
•hiinis against said deceased to exhibit
theni with the necessn ,\ vouchers within
one ill year atfer the firs) publication
of this notice to said Administrator at
the office of Coleman & Fogarty in the
Walsh Murk, Everett Snohomish county,
Washington, the same being the place
for the transaction of the business of
CHARLES A. COLE,
Administrator of the Rat ate of John
But ler, Deceased,
Hated the 12th daj of May, 1000.
I>; f first publieni ion, Mny 13, 00 4t
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
IN THE SUPERIOR I Ol i:T OK THE
STATE <>F WASHINGTON", IN AND
l< »H THE COUNTY ■ »X SNOHOMISH,
In the matter of the Estate of David
Notice is hereby given hi Ihe under
signed, executrix of the Insl will and tes
jtninenl of David Carlson, deceased, lo all
creditors of and nil persons having
claims against the estate of said David
Carlson, deceased, nnd agnius! the com
inanity composed oi said David Carlson,
deceased, and Hannah C Carlson to ex
hihit them with the necessary vouchers
within one year after the date of this
notice tn the said executrix at No, 2012
I Mucker avenue. Everett. Washington, the
same bring (|| o place for the transaction
"i the business of said estate in the
•Ity of Kverett. Snohomish county,
| Dated at Everett, Washington, this
1.11 Ii day of May. 1000.
I IAN NAM i '. i VHLSON,
Executrix of the last win nnd testament
I ot" David Carlson, deceased.
Date of first pnlilie.it i..ii Mm i;:. no Ot
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
IN THE SUPERIOR 1 cii RT 1 rl? THE
STATE OF WASHINGTON, IN AND
FOR THE OOUN'I \ OF SNOHOMISH
In the matter of the Esti f A. J,
.Notice is hereby given by the under
signed, F, J. Walsh, administrator of the
etsate of A. J. Murphy, deceased, to the
•reditops of and all persons having
■laims against, said deceased to exhibit
them with the necessary vouchers with
in one (Ii year alter the tii-i publica
tion of this notice to said administrator
at the office of Coleman & Fogarty in
l ln' Walsh block, Everett, Snohomish
■ounty. Washington, the same being the
place for the transaction of the business
of said estate
F. J. WALSH,
Administrator .it" the Estate of A. .7.
Dated the 121 h day of May. 1000.
Date of first publication, Ma) 13,00 It
C. H. Clifton, Ind 731 Y.
2936 Broadway Street
WALL PAPER, PAINTS,
OILS and GLASS.
Estimates Given and Fiist Class
Call and see me at
2314 Hewitt Avenue
Ind. Phona 070 V Everett, Wash.
See that the
It is inlaid in
CO A L
It You Want
To Sell Your
Hartford Fire Insurance Co.
Rooms 17-1S Fobes Hlock, Kverett
2821 Wetmore Everett
Lump and Steam Coal
For Prompt delivery
Phone I 553 Main
N. C. LITTLE FUEL CO.
Zor. Pacific - Virginia Aye.
The Emporium for
Union Made Beer
Members of organized labor are
particularly notified that Mr. Jor
gensen, the proprietor of the Via
duct, caters to union trade, and
that no unfair beers are sold at
Has been in existence for
109 years, anil has assets Ol
thirteen million dollars. It
is above suspicion. There
is no better company in the
John Mcßae Agent
Sale of all Sales
We desire to announce that beginning SATURDAY
JUNE sth., we will inaugurate one of the largest sales of high
grade Men's and Childrens' Clothing and Furnishings ever
attempted. Our reputation in the past years is a strict guar
antee of its genuineness. No fakery or inflated values.
Every article in our establishment has been cut—THIS SALE
IS FOR NINE DAYS ONLY
The entire stock of Men's Clothing and Furnishings of The
ROGERS, SPELLMAN & CO., of Rochester, N. Y. All goes
in this great sale. Look in our window for prices. "Nuff Sed"
THE RED FRONT CO.
1901 HEWITT AYE. CORNER OF OAKS & HEWITT
Everett Crust and Savings Bank
WM. C. BUTLER, ROBT. MOODY. F. W. BROOKS,
Pics. Vice Pres. Cashier.
BANK OF COMMERCE
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $100,000.00
Wm. R. Stockbudge, President
H. C. Anderson, Vice Pres.
J. L, Lyen, ('ashler.
We can serve you best in good house
furnishings at lowest price. Call and see
us, you are always welcome.
2002 Hewitt Aye.
AMERICAN DYE WORKS
SP O T
We Have Purchased
FOR SPOT CASH
(Under the Same Management as the IM National Bank.)
We solicit shocking as well as Savings Account*
We sell Drafts to all parti of tlie World.
We Issue Certificates of Deposll that draw int.-rest.
We rent Boxes for the safe keeping of valuable papers.
Wm. R. Stockbridge, H. 0. Siler, W. P. Bell, J. L. Lyen.
H. C. Andcrsun, A. Chilberg, B. J. Rucker,
PETERSON FURNITURE CO.
Have That Old Suit Made Like New
Felt and Panama Hats Cleaned
Thursday, June 3, iqog.
1). W. Dykeman, Mgr.. Riverside.
A. D. Stevenson, Mgr.. Coupeville
E. C. Olson, Ass't. Cashier.
BOTH PHONES 248.