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f W>.-,.iiNGTON Standard A iiiiikllL'j'iiii 1 >!t - I' l - ii .i!tioi.. l .>iitl.utilAjaji I CURTIS' I f i CAI I |$ > h[;nrv 1 WINTHKOP \ ■ -•• I 2 ... Lup>ri;iii. UKU. b) T. C. Mctlure .... * j i-rpi'i',..!!, i; iiv ht;"i'ii , ' | i|.ii | i'^ '1 i •• ill t.tul. '.I u ;t- til., lull t I s -or «•:•••.! *<. !••• treated wilh aught -in i. it. . . ..;nl uv.i-. hut there w.i» in-»;■«• ti .iii i-iii- whii dared suggest that 1 i;i . 1 lTi-. .-tt liud i-rrcil in m.-tkinu his iluukhti-r Miirl'-n ti is paying ti-llcr. N it that Marlon was not suited to tin place. hut that even Siarrrcst knew that a woman teller was unusual Comment did not worry Preseott. His holdings In the hank amounted to Illore than '.«• 1-er i ent of the eapitul lii\i-sti-il. and at the direetors' nieeiin;.' he had offered to make another cholee If the hoard could -Oiggest any one bet ter ipialltieil through acquaintance or experttiess at figures. That settlnl the matter olHeiaily, and when the spick and span new oliiee opened it was Ma rion's pretty blond head which was seen through the plate glass sipiare lettered "Paying Teller." licit Howard was the receiving tell cr, and this was further cause for gos "I SHALI. HAVE TO OTVE YOU ROME GOLD," SAID UAItION SWEETLY. pip, for llert bail been a willing slave to Marion ever since the duys when be p.setl to drag her to school on his sled. • Many comments had been made In the postoffice nud around the stove In Van /ant's grocery, but after Ned Da vis bud been soundly thrashed by How ard for suggesting that If the pair of tellers held their positions long enough tiny would have no trouble starting life properly there was an abrupt ces sation of this sort of gossip, and the bank officers were accepted without further comment. But it wus not pleasant sailing for Bert and Marion. He had been given his position not because Prescott ap proved of his suit for Marion's hand, hut because, like Marlon, he had been the most available person for the po sition. Prescott, In his hard, deep pitched voice, hud assured the young man that if he ever caught a glimpse of love making In business hours there would be an imported teller In the bank within twenty-four hours. So it was that man and maid were perforce content with such satisfaction as could come from the knowledge of the other's propinquity, and even Tony Dwlght, who would have been glad to to see his rival disposed of, could find no cause for tale bearing. Dwlght, with Prescott, Bert and Ma rlon, constituted the clerical force of the First National, and, oddly enough, Prescott, usually an excellent Judge of character, favored Tony's aspirations for Marion's hand. The one unpleas ant feature of her position was the fact that she had frequently to consult Tony as bookkeeper, and he never let pass an opportunity to press hla suit Then the agent of the Chester Bank Vault company came to Scat-crest one noon hour, driving over from the near est railroad town behind a pair of spanking bays. Curtis was the name In one corner of the card he presented to Prescott as he strolled unannounced Into the president's office. But selling bank vaults wan not his principal business, for after awhile Prescott came out of his office. "Here is a check for which Mr. Curtis wants the cash," he said, thrusting the slip of paper through the window to Ma rlou. "You have a package of thou sand dollar bills lu the corner of the "mall safe. There are twenty-five of those. He will take the other half in hundreds." Marlon looked curiously at ber fa ther's face, white and drawn. "Are you sure this Is all right?" Curtis laughed lightly. "You are not going to dishonor your father's own check, are you?" he said In careless fashion. "Mr. Prescott will •satire you that It Is all right." lie moved closer to the bank presi dent, and Prescott, with the muzzle of a revolver prooolng lfltO Ills Side, COUld only nod his assent. Curtis had as sured him that at the first sign of at tempted communication with any of the two clerks all would be shot and be would be safe In the country before the crime was discovered. Prescott was a brave man, but he agreed with Curtis' argument that the money would do him little good if he were to be shot for refusing It Marion gave one more curious glance at the pair and turned toward the vault. In a moment she reappeared. "Oh, Bert," she called, "will you pleaae come here and help me to move this box?" Howard went to her aid, while Cur tis fidgeted about, urging Prescott to make baste. There was small danger of Interruption from a customer or from Tony, who lunched at that hour; but, being a skilled workman, be liked to see a job done expeditiously. In u couple of minutes the pair re turned. Marion carried a package of bills, while llowurd swung a bag cov ered with wax seals. "I shall have to give you some gold," said Marion sweetly as she tumbled the bills on the shelf beneath the win dow of her cage and prepared to count "lou sec, we keep most of our reserve oil de[>osit in town, nud for local use we have mostly small hills." "Gold will do," responded Curtis ami ably. "I am not particular, though, of course, the large bills are easier to han dle." Howard came around the corner with the gold, but before Curtis could grasp the hag of coins it descended up on his head with force sufficient to knock his heavy hat over his eyes an J slim li'm I>efore the re:lily pistol in his e..:lt I••» l.ct i -mid lie tireil. Tell minutes Inter, miller the revh ing liitltienee of iee water applied ex ternally and hrandy in interna! appll rations. < "litlis woke up. Howard stmri ever him. completing the work of so curing 'dm with rope. Veil will pardon me. Mr. «'llllis," lie said hiandly. "for not icngnizing you more ipiiikiy; hut. you see. the slip sent otil le, the Hank of Taeonia gave \our name ;;s I'elers, alias Malivel and other names In faet. M:ss Presentt was thi' tirst one to see your game. No, I wouldn't halt,; Miss preseott." he eon tinned as he i all-lit the lullttel'ed cx elamatlon "Von know the proverb about eurse; and chickens roosting home. There is that little matter of killing the president and i nsider of tjje First National of t'aswell" He turn ed to greet the sole peaee ollieer of wliieh the town boasted. "That's him!" shouted Tony from the rear. "I saw him walk tip and hit him over the head." Constable Post lo.'od at tout awk wardly "i'r: afraiil there's some nils take." lie growled. "Vou didn't tell me it was Mr. Howard you wanted arrested." "Arrest Howard!" shouted Preseott. "tVliv, lie's Just knocked out one of the slickest bank thieves in the country and saved my life as well. Dwlght, you get out of here, you miserable lit tle sneak. Ilert. I'll double the reward the Hank of Taeotna offers, and if you and Marion can't worry along 011 that and your salary you don't deserve to get married. Post, you take this fel low over to the lockup and give him a headache powder. 1 guess he needs it ufler that clip licit gave him. I'm go ing to the telegraph office. Bert, you and Marion stay here nr.d fix things up" Prom his glance one could not tell whether he meant the disordered office or more Important matters, but Bert and Marion knew or at least they used their own Judgment. THEATRICAL TEMPESTS. The Wny U ILUL norni IN CROILUIUCD on tin* MIIKC. Probably not more titan one person in a hundred stops to consider how a rainstorm is produced on the stage. Few perhaps have ever given the sub ject any serious thought. During the coining up of the storm there is seen vast clouds of dust, the wind blows a gale, and suddenly the rain comes down In torrents. It is an effect so natural that one almost im agines the elements are genuinely 011 the warpath. Vet, though the ralu is real water, not a persou Is actually drenched, because the water comes down at the very front of the stage, while tlie players are well back and not at all exposed to its moisture. It might be thought that to produce a storm many Intricate bits of machinery would lie necessary, yet such Is not the case, for the simplest devices produce the cff«ict desired. These are some gas pipes punctured by myriads of holes, through which the water runs from small barrels, each uliout half full, at either end. The sound of the wind is made by a revolving barrel which touches a heavy piece of canvas in its rounds. The thunder effect is caused by the artistic manner in which n man beats a bass drum, and the gusts of dust are blown across the stage by an electric fan. The flashes of lightning come from an electric battery connect ed by wires which when placed in eon tact throw out the dazzling flashes. A metal plate, which had been specially prepared by first being heated to white heat and then scratched by a knife. Is placed in a calcium light machine nnd gives the effect of lightning In the dis tance.—New York Mail. The Moat Ancient Ilalns. The oldest architectural ruins lu the world are believed to be the rock cut temples at Ipsambool. on the left bank of the Nile, lu Nubia. The largest of these aucleut temples contains fourteen apartments hewn out of solid stone. The largest single stone used in this work Is one which forms a veranda-like projection along one side of the main temple. It Is fifty-seven feet long, fif ty-two brond nnd seventeen (one ac count says nlueteen) feet thick. This colossal stone is supported by two rows of massive square pillars, four in each row nnd each thirty feet high. To each of these pillars Is attached a colossal figure of a human reacb .ug from floor to roof. In front of the main temple nre seated still other co lossi, four In number, the two largest being each sixty-five feet high. The only hint we have as to the actual age of these architectural rel ics is from Smith, the British Egyptol ogist, who says, "The colossi attached to the columns which support the large stone mentioned are each paluted In gaudy colors In a kind of stucco, appar ently as brilliant now after a lapse of over 4,000 years as when first laid on." Very Particular. In the course of au assault case heard at a provincial court the other day the defendant was asked bis trade. "I drive a bus," was the reply. "You mean," suggested the precise solicitor on the other side, "that you drive the horses attached thereto?" "Yes, If you would rather have it put In that way," replied the defendant. Shortly afterward, in the course of his cross examination, the solicitor asked the defendant: -"Did you or did you not strike the prosecutor In the face?" The defendant, after a thoughtful pause, convulsed the court with the following: "Well, now, I come to think, there's s doubt about It I was under the im pression that I did strike the prosecu tor on the face, but perhaps it would be as well to say that I struck him on the nasal organ attached thereto."— London Mall. A Conclusive Speech. A story Is told of a speech recently made by an Irish barrister In a court of law. ne was for the plaintiff, whose cow had been knocked down and killed by a train, and this was the conten tion: "If the train bad been run as It should have been ran, or If the bell bad been rung as It should have been rang, or if the whistle had been blown as It should have been blew, both of which they did neither, the cow would not have been Injured when she was kill ed." CASTOR IA For Infants and Children. Hw Kind You Have Always Bought agnatweof He removes the greatest ornament of friendship who takes away from it re ■pect.—Cicero. CASTORIA! Tito Kind Yon Have Always Bought, and wliioh has been in use for over :10 years, has home the signature of jp - and has been made under his per sunal supervision sinee itsinfaney. Allow no one to deeeive you in this. All Counterfeits, Imitations and " Just-as-goo«l" are hut Experiments that trille with and endanger the health of Infants and Children— Experience against Experiment. What is CASTORIA Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms and allays Eeverishness. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. The Children's Panacea—The Mother's Friend. GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Bears the Signature of The Kind You Have Always Bought in Use For Over 30 Years. TH* CTNT.UR COHUMT. TT «U««« .T.ITT, M. IOM CITY. \ ItoniHrknlilr Churrh. A small watering place In Austria named EicbwuM can boast of pnssess lug a remarkable church. It was first built by an Italian architect at Venice at the expense of Prince Carlos Clary- Aldriugcti, who is a great admirer of Italian architecture. When It was flit- Isltcd the church was taken to pieces and packed In thousands of iiumltercd cases for transimrtatiou to Klchwald. At that place It was eventually rebuilt nnd then made over to its Inhabitants as a gift from the prince. Maker, a Difference. "George told me today he loved me more than his very life." "Nouseu.se. All the young men say that." "That may be true. But they nil don't say it to me." Notice of Sheriff's Sale UNDER EXECUTION. IN the Superior Court of the Slate of Warh iuKluu, fur Thurston vuuutjr. J. K. Kearney. ) Plaintiff, I vs. S- Execution. J»s. I iigereoll. Defuntlan'. I Under anil liy virtue of *u execution issued out of the Superior Court of the Slate of WashiiiKtou for Thurston couniy. In favor of the above named plaintiff and lEainal the above named defendant for the sum or aiaty-oue and 80-luu dollars and lutereat anionntiUK to uii e and I.VIIH) dollars and costs or stilt amomitlnt! to liluu ond Hi-lUO dollars Hiiiouiitiim to a total of eighty and MO-IOU dollars and to me aa Sheriff of Ttiurspin eoitnty directed and delivered and by whhh I am cotmnamlci! to raise sutUeient to aaltsfy the last alsoe named auiotiut out of the property of Jas. Ingersoll. Therefore I have levied upon and will sell at public auctiou aceordiOK to law the follow IUK described property. hots It and 12. block I, First Mill Additiou to Tuinw ater, Thtiraton county. V\ ashiiiKlon. Now, t here lore, public notice la hereby icivett that 1 will sell at public auction ai cording to law to the highest bidder for cash at the Fourth Slrcei door of Ihe Court House at ihehoiirof Id o'clock iu the forenoon of the 2SMh day of June, 1%7, the above described properly or so much thereof as may be necessary to raise sufficient to satisfy the last above named amount together with Increased costs. Uutcd at Oiympia this tTTth day of M«v, ltlOT. T. F. CON Sol.l Y, Sheriff of Thurston county, Washington. Date of tlrst publication May 11 i, l'-X)7. ]in fireal Restorative NOB - Alcoholic TONIC of the day, made entirely of native medicinal roots and without a drop of alcohol in its composition, is known as DR. PIERCE'S GOLDEN MEDICAL DISCOVERY. There are no secrets about its com position all its ingredients being printed on the bottle-wrappers. The "Golden Medical Discovery" not only builds up the strength of the feeble, debilitated, languid, nervous and easily fatigued, wheth er young or aged, but it enriches and purifies the blood, thus making the improvement lasting. It corrects and overcomes indi gestion, dyspepsia, biliousness, tor pid liver, chronic diarrhea and kindred derangements of the stom ach, liver and bowels. Bronchial, throat and laryngeal affections, attended with hoarseness, persistent cough, and all manner of catarrhal affections are cured by the "Golden Medical Discovery." In Chronic Nasal Catarrh, it is well to cleanse the nasal passages out freely with Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy fluid while taking the "Golden Medical Discovery" as a constitutional treatment. Old ob stinate cases of catarrh yield to this thorough course of treatment. Through enriching and purifying the blood, the "Discovery" cures scrofulous affections, also blotches, pimples, eruptions, and other ugly affections of the skin. Old, open, running sores, or ulcers, are healed by taking the "Golden Medical Dis covery " internally and applying Dr. Pierce's All-Healing Salve as a local dressing. The Salve can be had of druggists, or will be sent IN lite Superior Court of tin- stute of Wa-liiDK ton. for Tliurrtou rouuty. K. M. Morrie, 1 I'lulnt i(T. | VH. Jolm 1.. Xyo ami Alice K. I Nve. liu-tniul anil wife, I K»ri.el,.« liri . of mi«! mI I persons unknown / ... claiming to have or liav- I ing any intercut in the I la rclnafter dcM rlbnl real I viUlv, Oelendants. ' The State of Washington to John L. Nye and Alice E. Nye. liia wife, and all persona un known, if any. having or claiming to have any interest in and to the hereinafter described real eatate, Defendants: You are hereby notified that F. M. Morria ia the owner and holder ol certificate of delin quency numbered 1,11.'!, issued by the Treaaurer of ilinratoii county, Wasliiugtoii. on the :inth day of December, UNH, for the sum offlAM, the same beiug the amount then due and delinquent for the taxea for the year Wi. together with penalty, intercut and roata thereon, upon real property assessed to Johu L. Nye. and of which you are the owner or reputed owner or in which you have or claim to have aomc iutercat ' ore-taic, and which aaid real eatate ia aituated iu 1 huratou county. Washington. and more par ticularly bounded aud dest ribed to wit: K \ of W * of K Hof SK \ of NW V» Sec. 0. Tu p. I.Y N,K:iW,W. M.. f» acrea. That plaiutifTliaa paid taxea, o'her tliau those included in paid cert ideate of delinquency. Iu the cum of , and which hear interest at the rate of 1"> per cent, per aunum. You arc further no tified that plaiotiff will apply to the Superior Court of the State of Washington, for Thuraton county, for a judgment for the amount of aaid delinquent certificate, taxea. intereat, penalty and costs. and foreclosiug liia lien agaiusl raid property hereinbefore dcacribcd. You are hereby no! I lied and summoned to ap pear within aixty daya nfter the ttr.-t publi cation of tliia summons, to wit: 60 daya afler June 7 1907. and defend thia action In the court aforeaaid. or pay the amount due; and In eaac of your failure ao to do, judgment will be rendered for the amount of aaid certificate of de linquency. taxea. Intereat, penalty and roata. and foreclosing plaintitTa lien against the lands and premiaes hereinbefore described aud the same will be ordered aold to aatisfy aaitf judg ment. Any pleading or process may be served upon the uuderslgued at the postollice address below given. IV M. TROY'. Attorney for I'laiutiff. I'Oft Oilier Address: Olyinpia, Wash. Date ol first publication. June 7, I*M7. T. M. VANOK J. R. MITOIIKLL. VANCE & MITCHELL. Attorneys at Law OLYM I*l A, WASHINGTON by return mail on receipt of 50 cents in stamps. Address Doctor Pierce as below for it. In short "Golden Medical Dis covery " regulates, purifies and in vigorates the whole system and thus cures a very large range of diseases. The reason Why it cures such a varied list of diseases is made clear in a little booklet of extracts from the leading medical authorities, compiled by Dr. R. V. Pierce, of Buffalo, N. Y., and which he will be pleased to send post-paid and entirely free to any who send him their names and addresses. You can't afford to accept a sub stitute of unknotrn composition for this non-secret MEDICINE OP KNOWN COMPOSITION. Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets cure con stipation. Constipation is the cause of many diseases. Cure the cause and you cure the disease. One "Pellet" is a gentle laxative, and two a mild cathar tic. Druggists sell them, and nothing is "just as good." They are the original Little Liver Pills first put up by old Dr. Pierce over 40 years ago. Much imitated, but never equaled. They are tiny sugar - coated granules easy to take as candy. Dr. Pierce's Medical Adviser (1000 pages) is sent free on receipt of 21 one cent Btamps (to cover cost of mailing) for paper-covered, or 31 stamps for cloth-bound copy. Address Dr. Pierce as above. REDER & PHIPPS, - - - PROPRIETORS THE MOST COMPLETE STOCK OF Staple! Fancy Groceries In the city, ami the constant endeavor is to maintain the reputation this house has always enjoyed for ipiality of goods, fair prices ami promptness in tilling or ders TIIK FI'LLKST AXI> MOST COMPLETE LINK OF [CROCKERY AND GLASSWARE IN STOCK:. I Talcott Bros. I o' THE OLDEST JEWELRY IIOISE IY WESTER.Y WiSUISHTOS. ESTABLISHED ISI2 > & U —DEALERS IN tl *1 fi .♦I WATCH KS, DIAMONDS. JEWELRY, CLOCKS. SILVERWARE. CUT GLASS, V U, LEATHER OOODS, CUTLERY, NOVELTIES Q .♦. SEWING MACHINES, SUNDRIES SfS V; MANUFACTURERS OF rV. I NOTARY AND LODGE SEALS | •5- -V iuihhi:k stamps / umrrellas £ Repairing in All Departments. *r-J" Y'2Y and -12 C .Main St., ... Olyinpia, Wash. '<* jV • ifcUninAiinir * -iV HH OUII KH C !pS«| biking powder 1 pMeud brands. Only HSi ContN a Pnelcnge* f Sawuer & Filled t'ORNER FOURTH AND MAIN STREETS. All Kinds of Eastern Beer wcmwmm Family Wine and Liquor Store 321 MAIN STKF.KT (iOOI)S PFLIVKKKD TO PUONE MAIN 1* ALL PARTS OF CITY OLYMPIA MARBLE WORKS lESTABLISHED 1880. J. R. DEVER, Proprietor TT MARBLE AND GRANITE AAA onumcn ts» Markers Headstones, Etc. Fourth and Jefferson Sts. ? OLYMPIA, - - - WASHINGTON. A. H. CHAMBERS (Successors to Connolly A Chandlers.) CHAMBERS BLOCK FOURTH ST. TELEPHONE MAIN 44 FULL LINE OK MEATS FOR THE WHOLESALE • RETAIL TRADE. We solicit a share of your trade and will strive to please. C® R. G. CAMERQN, PROP " I Fresh % Cured Meats | Poultry and tiamc of All Descriptions when in season. West Fourth St. f next to K. of P. Hull. I'lioue Main 88. «TIIE£ on and Reliable GROCERY ! - AIM ID PROWISIOW STORL I I;» fourth Mrrcl. j F_ H- SCOTT ALWAYS CARRY A COMPLETE STOCK OK STAPLE AND FANCY.... GROCERIES | Also Flour, Feed, Hay, Wheat, Oats, &c. ! GOODS DELIVERED PROMPTLY Highest price paid for Faimcrs'Produce. 329 Fourth St. Telephone Main 171. « v» ! Home Remedies I £ A « % * * Every family has a list of favorite recipes upon 5 2A * which they depend in case of minor ailments. We 1 4l 5 2 % take pride in compounding these home prescriptions. & «> 4 X They get the same careful attention that we give to ■* * % $ all doctors' prescriptions. Let us prepare your winter's ♦ supply of these remedies now. £ ♦ * | | | ™I : B. L. HILL DRUG CO. | O.M Fellows Temple, Olvmpia, Wash. & $ | S BUY YOUR GROCERIES % ft*) (*) > FLOUR AND FEED OF * 1 H.E. GEORGE 1 | tiik t I Up-to-Date 6rocer I W 1 $ (4.} And you will always get the finest quality to to and lowest prices. W Telephone Main 116. Cor. Fourth and Columbia St. [♦) M _ - - $ FOLKS^Bk Wf THINK THAT I Olpia Beer 1 HI only a«1 rink, but mora, it's the tinest tonic you ever tasted. Olyinpia Beer is pure and clean and made of only the best Sc OLYMPIA BREWING CU. OLYMPIA, WASH. FA MOU SJPE ItCH ERA X] STALLION Imported from France l>y the llartman Stock , r ami of Ohio, and now owned by the Olyinpia Horse-Breeders* Association, may tie seen'at mv barn on Columbia sired, Olympia, Wash. DKSCRIPTfON—Pariah n la a stcel-itray. dap pie color, well,proportioned and cood disposi tion i aland* 17 handa hlith: weighs I.Si'i pounds with excellent action. For TERMS AND PEDIGREE Address JOHN BARNES, .. , Veterinary SnrKcou and Dentin. Olilce Columbia House, Kooiu lii. l'huiic* Residence, Siate J407: ofllce Black 34J. ijsend model, sketch or photo of invention for' 1 < freereport un patentability. For free book. 1 1 TRADE-MA RKS J i S "PPoslt^UrsJpStentSSS ! [ Are You Going to Build? PLANS SPECIFICATIONS 3 PERCENT. Hiieciahv 8t0 A?, * n, i c, . >ncr ete buildi„ v .s a FRANK I.OTZ, Architect. Fuyallup, Wash, i P. J. O'BRIEN & CO. HORSESHOEIMC AND General Blucksmithing. GIVE tjs a. trial. j Sole ap'cuta for Olvmpiaand Thurston county for the celebrated STUDEBAKER Wagons and Carriages. Cor. Third aud Coluiulia St«.. Olyinpia, Wash. KICK!!! If vou don't get ATHERTON BOURBON On sale at OXFORD UEORUK TAYLOR, Prop., 11« Fourth Street. (Hympia. I? l £ tJC'V v V VVV VV v V V | W. R. WHITESIDE | g FUNERAL DIRECTOR g 8 CORKB KOIHTH AND FBi.Wll.l SIS a 3> • 55 Telephone Red 1341. Residence Red llill. « BYRON MILLETT Lawyer Notary Public, ~ ir ,L Offlce Chilberfcßlock.