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O. F. Taachoreau Cor£Er°*
j : Will pay cash for all kinds of
) Fruits, Honey, Vegetables, Celery, Etc.
REAY TRADING COMPANY, SSSEETSSSE
tlSSi^i^S, Eggs. Poultry, |J|# a ..#-w#
aois First Avenue,— — Seattle, Wash.
j PURCHASE OR CONSIGNMENT TO SUIT SHIPPERS JS*
J. RALPH BURCH 4^^|
The only Exclusive Wholesale Jrwffl '
Poultry Dealer in Seattle T"^j~im«T
•la WESTERN AVC Phone Main 148
THE HAZELWOOD CO.,
Have exclusive agency for all Eastern Washington, including
Yakima and Kittitas counties for the
De Laval Separators
Sell machines on easy payments also
Buy Cream at Top Prices
BALFOUR, GUTHRIE & CO.,
■' • 201-2-3 Bailey Building, Seattle
', Shipping, Commission
Importer* of or.? tin, hup oioth*, giuln bags,
twine, «-tc. Balfour Guthrie * Co., Han Francis
co, fort I, Tac ma,
' J. M. HIXSON & CO., Inc.
Commission : Merchants
Goods handled strictly on commission. We do
not buy anything. Consignments solicited. Re
turns made promptly.
821-123 Wostorn Avonuo • • SEATTLE.
% Ship ut your
Hidis md Wool, Pelts, Furs and Tallow
■ ISBINOER A CO. SEATTLE.
':. $oi»d your HIUES FURS. WOOL md PELTS to
H'.Vr. .NORTON * CO., SEATTLE
Wool Pullers »nd Thdihth Klshese Ca»> I-ri:**
Prompt Returns. Agents for Zenoleum Kb >lp
IliUI al 11 'Ij*^
When Going East
Ask the Ticket Agent to Send you over
Eight tnln* ovor'y day In the yoir botwoon
• T PAUL, ANO V^niW«9|JW*
P 1 The Train of Fame.
Km bodies th* newest and b«»i Ideas for Comfort,
Convenient* anil Luxury. It In lighted with both
HUctrleltr and Os*. the most brilliantly llluminat
•d train In Urn World. The Equipment consists of
Private Compartment Car», BUndard Sixteen Sco-
Uon Ble«p«rs. Luxurious Dining Car, Reclining
Otoair (jmv- frac—MiMlexn Day Coaches and
MflM Libnuy and Snipkln* C*rs. For tlme-tabl(«,
mam or any other Inibrnwrtlon osil on or write
ttW/PA^UnR, O. Agt. 181 Yesles Way, Seattle
id union Pacific
To the EAST
The O. R. & N. Co. Gives the Choice of
Three Trains Dally
Two via The Oregon Short Line to Salt
Lake, Denver, Omaha, Chicago and Kan
sas City. One via Great Northern By. to
Spokane, Minneapolis, St. Paul and Chicago.
Ocean steamers every 5 days for San Fran,
clsco. Monthly steamers to . China and
For full Information call on or address
nearest O. R. & N. Ticket Agent, or address
A. I— CRAIG,
Qen'l Passenger Agent, Portland. Or.
Only $14.50 buggy whmmlm.
Bteel Tires. Wide tired Farm Wagon Wheels
built to order. Good material and workmanship
PACIFIC WAGON CO. £°- B 8° Thlrd and
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE
State of Washington, in and for the Coun
ty of King.
Goldie Eas.tman, Plaintiff, vs. George
Archibald Eastman,. Defendant.
No. 34,068. Summons.
The State of Washington, to the said
GEORGE ARCHIBALD EASTMAN, De
You are hereby summoned to appear
within sixty (60) days after the first pub
lication of this summonH, to-wlt, within
sixty (60) days after the 13th day of Feb
ruary, 1902, and defend the above entitled
action in the above en'itled court, and
answer the complaint of the plaintiff, and
nerve a copy of your answer upon the un
dersigned attorneys for plaintiff, at their
office below stated ; and in case of your
fiiHurt; so to do, judgment will be ren
dered against you according to the demand
of the complaint, which has been filed with
tlie clerk of said court. The object of said
action Is to secure a dissolution of the
bonds of marriage now existing between
plairtiff and defendant.
BOGLH & RICHARDSON,
Attorneys for Plaintiff. Office and P. O.
address, Nos. 30173 Burke Building, Se
attle, King county, Washington, U. S. A.
Date of first publication, February 13th,
NOW IS THE TIME
TO GET READY FOR APR AY IMG. Wo arm hmadquartmrm for
SPRA V PUMPS and SPRA V MATERIAL
1 OUR BIG MEW
I I is now ready for the new Season, and is undoubtedly the best
,' | book of information ever,offered to the western people.
it! C^jmjSjrJ^C^ Our lino of seeds is better this year
|i I VW'VUrOf than [ever and embraces everything
111 1 you may need in the way of -garden, field, and flower seed,
I ij also a great many attractive special offers. All of our seeds
1.1 1 J are selected and grown by experts, and arc very hardy. You
I will find them especially'adapted to the coast country.
I SOME OTHER GOOD THINGS.
I 1 Our catalogue fully describes Prairie State Incubators and
I 1 11 Brooders. Darling & Cos. Poultry Foods, Lee's Lice Killer.
Hi] In Dairy Association Goods, also very complete line of Poultry
Hi j I Supplies. Bee Supplies, Fertilizers, etc. Our immense capacity
If I I and methods of buying enable us to offer fine bargains in all of
l|| I these lines. You can find out; all about these good things by
111 simply sending us your name,! and getting one of our catalogs.
I II Remember it is free. Won't you write ?
II LILLY, BOGARDUS & CO., SEATTLE, WASH.
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:: STORM DID NOT STOP IT
1! Building on Capital Hill Kept Steadily Going—s2oo,ooo for Mora
■» . ,
;; New Residences.
ii ' .
■ » Capitol Hill has survived the snow with flying colors.
• f Building operations there were not suspended a single day on ac
; [ count of the storm. ,
',", The spirit of improvement is unconquerable.
More new residences on Capitol Hill will spring up with in
• • creasing rapidity.
;j We have $200,000 to advance at 6 per cent, straight to builders
',', in "Seattle's best residential district."
',', All street improvements, including asphalt pavement, are in and
I! ONE HUNDRED NEW RESIDENCES ON CAPITOL HILL BY
;; JULY 1, 1902. «,
'■'; MOORE INVESTMENT COMPANY,
'' 112 Columbia Street.