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••• can almost smell g.;- now.
M • i.ac. .!. Ncylon. of Delphi, was
tiie lity Wednesday.
Mrs. Elmira Alford left, this week,
; r a \ is.t to (lleiiville, Minn.
Lawyer Israel had professional
I -in -.- in Tacoma. this week.
I.i t us have a grand jury, by all
in' i is. The sooner the better.
Mrs. Harry \Y. Smitli has returned
fr. ii. an extended Eastern trip.
Lawyer Troy went to Shelton yes
terday 011 professional business.
M iss Nell Kinzie has returned from
a trip throunh Southern California.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hillings re
turned Monday from a visit to Port
land.
Mrs. Philip Horwitz. of Ft. Casey,
is visiting Mrs. J. H. Price, at Tum
water.
Mr. and Mrs. S. M. lVrcival have
returned to their Westside home to
reside.
Miss Edith Hoage, of Hothwell, is
the guest of Mr. and Mrs. James
Hoage.
Miss Sophia Neuenschwander left
Monday for a visit to relatives in
Missouri.
Mrs. W. N. McDowell and child
ren left Wednesday for Logansport,
lnd.. to reside.
Mrs. Frank McFadden has been
spending a few days with Mrs. A. M.
liowe, at Woodland.
Mrs. Ortis Hamilton has returned
from Southern California where she
has spent the Winter.
Charles Cook, of Alberta, Canada,
is 011 a visit to his daughter, Mrs.
Friedel, of Tumwater.
B. R. Conine and Miss Koxie
Loutzenhiser, both of Yelm, were
united in marriage, this week.
The W. C. T. U. of Westside meet
this evening at the home of Mrs. L.
I'. Holbrook, on Seward avenue.
The new city float now occupies a
position at the foot of Tilton street.
It will be ready for use in a few days.
Harry Young, formerly of this
city, has "accepted" a position with
a wholesale grocery company at Ta
coma.
The funeral of Jack Morande, who
died at the hospital, Friday, was
held the next day from Whiteside's
chapel.
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Blackburn, of
St. Louis, Mo., were on a visit to Mr.
and Mrs. W. R. Whiteside, of this
city, this week.
Ground has been broken on the
west side of Main street near Second,
for a concrete building, by the Buck
eye Extract Company.
Mrs. John W. Morris has returned
to her home in Idaho, after spending
the winter with her mother, Mrs. D.
W. Chilson, at McVille.
The ladies of the Tumwater Meth
odist Church are practicing for a
production to be given some time in
May, entitled " Ruth and Boaz."
Mrs. M. Camby, of Tumwater,
went to Seattle, this week, to attend
the funeral of her uncle, John Cor
nell, an old-time Olympia pioneer
April opened withcharmingspring
like weather and a moderation of the
temperature, and now the music of
the shovel and the hoe will be heard.
It is reported that Prosecuting
Attorney Troy will commence quo
wiwiuto proceedings in the Superior
Court to settle the School director
muddle.
The County Commissioners have
ordered the establishment of the
Gorensen ditch and drainage district,
in sec. 24, tp. 18, r 1 w, at an esti
mated cost of $763.33.
Gov. Mead has appointed Henry
B. Dewey State Superintendent of
Public Instruction, to fill the vacan
cy caused by the death of the late in
cumbent, R. B. Bryan.
The popular little Lyric Theater
still continues to be the favorite
place of amusement in Olyinpia,
and we are pleased to note the large
crowds that attend nightly.
Miss Jean McLeod was called to
North Yakima, this week, by the
death of her aunt in that city. She
was accompanied by her brother
James, who was here on a visit.
The funeral of Mrs. M. S. Black, of
Tumwater, who died Saturday from
consumption, was held Sunday after
noon from the family home. A hus
band and two children survive her.
Judge Linn has overruled the de
murrer of the county regarding bank
assessments, in a suit brought by the
Capital National bank on the assess
ment for the tax of the present year.
The Equality Club will meet in the
Christian Church annex at 8 p. M.,
next Tuesday evening, in regular
session. Mrs. Emma De Voe, the
State President, is expected to bo
present.
Capt. H. M. Pierce, formerly of
this city, who has been conducting
the Hotel St. Philip in Portland,
has sold out that business. He,
with his family, now reside at 203
Union Avenue, in that city.
It is announced that G. E. Hug
gins, owner of the Lacey race-track,
near this city, is about to expend
upwards of SIO,OOO for improvement
of the track and conveniences for
the owners of blooded stock.
The Civic Improvement Club will
meet at the residence of Mrs. A. H.
Chambers on Eighteenth street, next
Tuesday, at 3:30 p. for election of
otticers and outlining plans for the
Summer's work in beautifying the
city.
John Standbe. a prosperous farm
er residing on the southern border
of the county, was in town Wednes-1
day to interview the County Com-!
missioners with regard to the much-'
needed improvement of a road in his!
district.
The Odd Fellows of this city have 1
appointed a committee to make ar-'
rangements for celebration of the
B!tth anniversary of the institution
of that order in this country. It
comes on the 26th inst. The com
mittee consists of O. B. Frisch. John
M. Wilson and Seott Shazer.
The Supreme Court have issued a
writ < l l mandate to compel Judge
Sin il of I lie Superior Court <>f Pierce
i-o mty to rail a jury for examination
:.s in tin sanity of ( hester Thompson.
who Kined ludge Euiorv. of Sf.ittie,
J . y 7. l'.tuf,.
Wm. McGinnis died Mond.iv .it
I- fo.ia. from the ell'i-fts of drinking
cin'oalming fluid from ;i bottle. His
wife (lied reeently anil the tluiil IV;|<
let t ill the house |>y the undertaker
who embalmed Mrs. MH.innisat the
t iine of her demise.
ihe Knee-land hotel is to lie given
a thorough overhauling and refitting
to prepare it for accommodation of
tiie Legislative members and tran
sient visitors. All the tenants on
the upper floor have been notified to
vaeate, at least temporarily
Brad Hill lias started up his soda
fountain and opened his ice-cream
parlors for the hot-day season. In
these delightful relishes Hill surely
leads. both in quality and service,
and the knowledge acquired from
experience, guarantees a ready pat
ronai'e.
Eggs can now be eaten with reck- \
less prodigality, for the price of the j
.eshest variety has declined tola]
cents per dozen buying, and 17}scl-j
linn. That means of course that the;
consumer will have to pay cents
for a sinnle dozen or H5 cents for j
two dozen.
Minnie Easterly, tin Olympia n'»"l. j
17 years old, attempted to commit
suicide in the county jail at Tacoma.
Wednesday, by takitin a large quan
tity of tooth powder, which contained
a small amount of laudanum. She
was under sentence to the State re
form school, at Chehalis.
George E. Thompson, a well-known
former Olympian, now of Seattle,!
and Mrs. Katherine Hall, of this city. |
were united in marriane, Monday. I
at the home of the bride's daughter. \
Mrs. E. B. Graves, liev. It. M.
Hayes olliciuting. They will reside
at the Waldorf, in Seattle.
With four Justices of the Peace as
serting their right to hold only of
fices enough for two, and two lx>ards
of School Directors wrangling over
the question as to which is entitled
to the empty honor of serving the
people, Olympia shows a proclivity
for office-holding that is remarkable
to say the least.
Mr. Geo. C. Israel has added to
his well-known kennels near this
city " Edge wood Biddy," the second
best of her class of bull-terrier spe
cies. Biddy has won over a hundred
prizes, and it is fair to presume that
she will keep up her record in ex
hibits at Victoria, San Francisco, Se
attle, Portland and Vancouver, B. C.
A man giving his name as Fred
Mitchell, was caught wearing an
other man's overcoat last Saturday.
Its owner was found to be Percy
Shields. Mitchell plead drunkenness
aud want of knowledge of his trans
gression. Tae police say, however,
I that he was sober, and drunkenness
can not be plead as an excuse for
crime anyway.
A lady patron of this paper said
the other day that one of the most
interesting features to her was Mott
man's announcements of special sales.
She declared that his promises were
reliabl and that she had saved fully
one-third the cost of her wearing ap
parel by keeping her eye on these
heart-to-heart talks with customers
by means of the STANDARD.
Messrs. Hilderbrand's " Curiosity
Shop" and Pap A ten's cigar stand
have had to vacate this week to make
place for Mr. Lemon's concrete build
ing. Hilderbrand has mo veil to u
location near West bridge and Mr.
Aten to the former fish-stand on East
bridge, thus verifying the nursery
rhyme of the flight of the birds, "one
flew east and one flew west."
The STANDARD requests those who
are indebted to us for the paper to
pay up without further delay. Un
der a ruling of the Postal Depart
ment weekly papers cannot tie sent
through the mails to subscribers who
are behind for over one year. It will
compel us to place accounts in other
hands for collection, of those who do
not pay promptly. " A word to the
wise is sufficient."
It is rumored that Wm. Scofield, j
engaged for many years as teamster
in this city, contemplates a removal
to Twin Falls, Idaho, conditioned
upon his ability to sell his property
here. The many friends of himself
and his estimable family, while not
wishing him any ill, will not be ser
iously disappointed if he should fail
to dispose of the property that holds
them to their present home.
In passing the show-room of the
gas company in Rabeek's building, a
fine display of gas-heaters and stoves
can be seen, but right in front of
them is a circle of meters, which, if
it be true that they are a simile for
a stalwart liar, should have been
kept in the background. It is safe
to say that the individual who ar
ranged that display had never heard
the expression, "Holies like a gas
meter."
New oyster grounds have been
found near the railroad crossing at
the mouth of Percival creek, or
rather a renewal of growth, on a
tract owned by Mr. Geo. C. Israel
many years ago, now owned by the
Mason County Logging Co. This is
one of the first points at which the
little "Olympiaoysters" founded a
reputation which has increased with
the improvement of the product
under cultivation.
Another gasoline launch exploded
last Friday, at tho mouth of the
Nesquall.v, or rather the tank was
blown to fragments and the boat en
veloped in flames. The engineer's
clothing took fire and he had to dive
twice before extinguishing his burn
ing garments. By liberal applica
tion of water, the boat and engine
were saved, and this week were towed
to this city for repairs, Her present
appearance belies her name—Pride
of Nesqually.
Additions to the "mosquito fleet"
are to be made by J. J. Brenner of a
40-foot launch, being built by Capt.
James Dofflemyer, equipped with a
20-horse-power engine; one by Robt.
Allen, a 22-foot launch, with a 5-
horse-power engine, and another
Frank P. Kinney a 25-foot launch,
which will be propelled by a 6 or 7-
horse-power engine. Will Foster is
converting his sail launch intoa surer
navigator by installing a 5-horse-pow
er auxiliary engine.
Mr. Jacob Bevvert, a prosperous
farmer living on Chambers Lake, a
few miles east of this city, has just
received a Galloway Spreeder for
distributing almost any kind of a dry
fertilizer over the farm with evenness
and dispatch. He is so well pleased
with its operation that he will glad
ly exhibit its work to any of his
brother farmers who possess enough
interest in it to call at his farm. In
appearance it resembles an ordinary
with the sptveding device
iipe rated 11\* ci>g with the wheels.
It can be easily hauled hy a s|Kin ot
horses.
The smell of smoke in the building
corner of Main anil Fifth streets, oc
cupied Ity the Doane Shoe company.
Tuesday tnorninn. on investigation
w as found to catenate from an onl un
u-ed fireplace that had been ltoard-d
up. It seems that some trash that
was left or accumulated behind
the casing, had been ignited. prol»a
ti'y by falling cinders from the flue.
When the casing was torn away the
flames were about to break forth,
which the prompt action of the tire
men thus happily prevented.
Hettman this week plays a leading
suit in announcement of th • famous
Dutchess nethergarment f-r men
trousers. Helms them of a'.l p. 'ices,
and with a guarantee f " r w-orkiua i
ship tliat i- represented by a cash
payment of ten cents for every but
ton that comes otl and a dollar for
every rip that may be torn. This is
ample to repair daman*'* under con
slant wear, and the quality of fabric
is guaranteed by the legend that has
become household words If Hett
man is on the lab. 1 you re safe.
Prosecuting Attorney Troy has tiled
a written request with J mine I .inn
for the culling of a (irand Jury to in
vestigate the charges of extortion
that have been so freely made under
oath. It is to supply missing links
in the testimony that authority is
asked to swear witnesses having
knowledge of evident facts. He
declares it to be in the interest of
good government to have these mat
ters probed to the fullest extent, and
should lie for all concerned, that we
may know whether or not such
changes have a foundation in fact.
A number of our citizens owing old
street grade assessment with regard
to improving highways on Westside
under reassessment proceedings, are
worrying whether they shall liquidate
in the near future or wait until the
outcome of the case of the City vs.
Mrs. J. I). Knox, now in the Su
preme Court, which will be heard at
the May term. Even if the Knox
case shall be reversed on technical
objections, a re-trial or a re-assess
ment may become necessary and the
assessment collected in the end.
Otherwise the city must pay out
standing special fund warrant-hold
ers out of its general fund. This
latter position has never Ijeen con
sidered with favor by our Supreme
Court. With regard to many com
munities, it would be similar to say
ing " Hands up. stand and deliver."
Kobt H. Bryan. State Superinten
dent of Public Construction, died at
a hospital in North Yakima. Monday.
His ailment was a stomach trouble of
long standing, which culminated in a
complete collapse last Friday, from
which he never recovered. It is be
lieved to have conduced to congestion
of the brain. Mr. Bryan was born
in Ohio in 1842; moved with his par
ents to lowa in 1852; enlisted in the
I Civil war in 18t>2, and was mustered
out of service on account of ill-health,
j re-enlisted in 18t>3. He was educat
ed in the common schools and took a
normal course. Come to this coast
in 1884. He has served two terms as
State Superintendent, by election in
188U and l'.Hlrt. The funeral rites
were held in this city Wednesday at
Masonic temp'.e, under the auspices
of that order of which lie was an
honored member. Interment was
made at his former home, Monte
sano.
Remember that it is April 25th
that the Blacksmiths of the State
will Iw our guests, and arrangements
are already under way to give them
an " anvil ehorus.'' This Conven
tion will be held in Eagles' Hall,
meeting at 10 A. M. J. H. Schively
will deliver the address of welcome,
representing Mayor Hagemyer. The
Committee have accepted an invita
tion of the Olympia Brewing Com
pany for a trolley-ride to Tumwater,
where a luneh will be spread, in the
afternoon. A clambake is under
consideration, but if time does not
admit of that feature, a lunch will l>e
served in the hall in the evening.
The delegates will arrive the night
before the date of the Convention,
coming from Seattle and Tacoma by
a Iwat chartered for the occasion.
As there are only ton members of
the local organization, the business
men will be invited to help dofray
the expenses, and lend a hand as
" helper" in 'welding" tho ties of
friendship.
Many were the jokes played upon
Unsuspecting Inncx-ence, Wednes
day, the Ist of April, a period when
all obligations of truthfulness seem
to relax and everybody is permitted
to play "gold-brick" jokes on his
neighbor. One or two of these will
bear rolating. Bright and early on
that morning, a jovial hardware
merchant on Main street, stepped
into a saloon to take his accustomed
constitutional, and remarked to the
vender, 41 As it is two for a quarter,
I want to save money and wish you
would take a drink with me." "All
right." said the mixer of tipples,
"I'll fool you, it being 'all fools'
day' and will break through my well
known resolution of not drinking
while behind the bar." So a brace of
stiff cocktails was mixed and drank
with considerable chatting of the
entertainer for being an easy victim,
but what was the consternation of
the barkeeper when his customer
quietly laid down the fourth part of
which had been neatly sev
ered from the original coin, with the
remark: " Here's your quarter; I
believe this currency is accepted on
the Ist of April." Another one is
told of a pupil in one of the schools
pointing to his teacher's feet with
the exclamation, " Teacher, your
shoe-string is untied!" when she
passed quietly along with tho re
ply, "Oh no, sonny; I wear button
shoes!"
Ia a Fair Way for Recovery.
A late issue of the San Barnardino
(Cal.) Ih<irx: has the following grati
fying mention the convalescence of a
lady well known to our people, who
sought a change of climate in the hope
relief from lung disease:
Mrs. B. F Denton, of 6-V1 Court street,
lately, of Olympia, Wash., is slowly re
covering from a second attack of pneu
monia. She lias tieen under the care of
a lung specialist and has a graduate
nurse from Battle Creek, Mich. Though
a stranger in a strange land, she has
found many kind friends who make
anxious inquiries and send many dain
ties. They have kept the sick room well
supplied with flowery, which will ever
cause her to remember California and
Califotnians.
IN proportion to its isze Belgium
has more miles of railway than any
other country in the world.
OKK of London's West End dealers
predict that walking sticks forty-two
inches long will soon be in fashion.
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fj BY LUE F VERNON, [^j
A lot of society women in New
York u iil in-tillll< *; L lioycott against
sweat-shop girls. They never sweat
themselves am) ;lo not propis to en
courage the ptvs pi ring habit among
their less fortunate sisters.
The plan for portable school- to
keep up with the shifting population
never will appeal to the small boy.
From his jKiint of view it is bad
enough to have to go to school with
out having the school come tagging
around after him.
I* rst there comes a !;>( .■ cold.
Ami Ili-ii there come- :i rough ;
An ! Ilieii consumption ciMiit'H along
Ami i»«-nt I\ takes voi nil'.
Well 11 11-ii in;tti>in—'lis mi'itlier tale.
Makes life a wretched slmit,
Keeps veil iii 111 i er\-ji:i:>i, fur year-'.
I'n growl, to ems and irrunt.
The strictly religious an 1 pious
liytMH-rite who reads " Nick Carter''
inclosed in an elegant a:id costly
Hible binding, is just as sure of a
crown and harp, as is the editor (?)
of a 2x4 newspaper who advocates
prohibition, yet keeps his bottle of
"Old Crow stowed away in a box
covered with papers to imitate a
bundle of old exchanges.
A New York chemist claims to have
invented a preparation which will dis
solve snow In-fore it falls to the ground.
The I>.-mot-rutic party might do well to
lay in a liberal supply of the compound
before next Fall's election. [xhtiul
County Ti nits.
As no chemist has invented a
preparation that will dissolve a
" landslide" the Republican party
will not be able "to lay in a liberal
supply," either before or after "next
Fall's election. " hence the followers
of that political aggregation might
as well order their shrouds now.
llnw big was Governor Men), pa,
I'hat people call liitn ureal?
Was lie like Ooliath, tall,
A man of high estate?
Was lie a man HO tall ami grand.
Like some great steeple high,
That when his feet were on the ground,
His head reached to the sky?
Oil, no. my son, lie was not tall,
Though lie was great as said,
It diil not tower in the air,
Hut on the ground was spread.
It was not his statue made liitn grand,
His greatness you will find
Was not like that of other men.
l>ut only in his mind.
When young couples are in a hurry
to get married they sometimes go
before a Justice of the Peace. A
Justice.of the Peace is not usually a
very poetical creature ar, the best of
times, and it is difficult to imagine
him as the obliging angel who ties
the knot, llert' is the manner in
which he generally hurls a couple
into matrimony:
" I\> you, John Smith, promise?"
and so forth, and so forth.
"And do you, Ida Hash, promise?"
and so forth, anil so forth.
" We do!"
"You're it."
I should say they were "hit."
Completely knocked over the matri
monial ropes. There is not much
candy in such a ceremony, and it is
to lie hoped that newly-married
couples partake of the sweets after
the Justice of the Peace has received
his fee, and turns to reading a paper.
Shrewd men retain their seats in
Congress, term after term, by t?et
tinK on the Public lluildint; com
mittee. The smart member of that
committee has a dead cinch of
three or more terms, if he introduces
a bill to erect a public building in
the strongest town in his locality,
g.-ts if passed, which requires a second
term, and men who have influence
enough to induce the Treausury De
partment to go slow in getting up
designs, letting out the contract and
in competing the building. If he is
downright smart, he will get a bill
passed just as the building is finished
to make additions to it. In fact, a
real bright man, on the Public Build
ing committee, ought to remain in
Congress at least five terms, or ten
years, on one public building, which
an individual constructing for him
self would have up in five months.
Convention Call of the Democratic Party of
the State of Washington.
. Notice is hereby given that at a meet inn
of the Washington Nutte Central Commit
tee of the Democratic I'arly. regularly
called and held at the Hotel Tacoma, iu
tha City of Tacoim, State of Washington,
on H th day of January, 11M4, at which
meeting a majority of the Counties of the
State were represented liy the regular
elected inemliers of the Washington Slate
Democratic Central Committee, the fol
lowing resolutions were un tnitnously
adopted:
lirMtlred, That a delegate convention of
the Democratic Party of the Slate of Wash
ington lie and la hereby called to meet at
Spokane, Washington, on the 18th day of
May, ltfOS, at 11 a. tii.„for the purpose of
electing ten (10) delegates to represent this
State at the National Democratic Conven
tion to be held in the city of Denver. Col
orado, on the 7lh day of Jtilv, 11HW, to
nominate candidates for President of the
and Vice President of the United States
and to trausact such other anil further
business as may piopurl} come before the
said Convention.
It isftullu-r HrsoUrd: That the liasis of
representation at the Slate Convention
above provided for shall be two delegates
from each county and one delegate for
each fifty votes cast fir the average vote
iu each county for the Democratic candi
dates for Representative in Congress, ajkl
the Democratic candidates for Judge of
Supreme Cuurt for the State of Washing
ton at the at the election held November
6, 190(j, in said state of aud the major frac
tion thereof; the various counties in this
call lieing entitled to the number of del
egates as follows:
Ailnms 14 : Lincoln SI
Asotin . tt Mason. .. .. ..... 6
Henioii .. .... tt Okanogan 14
Ch.halts 26 Pacific 9
Chelan 11 Pierce 49
f'tuition tt San Juan 3
Clarke 12 Skagit .. 20
Columbia 13 skaiuaula ... ..3
t'uwlili 14 Suohoiuish :«>
Ltoiiglus IU Spokane 73
Kerry . 9 Stevens *>
Franklin tt Tburatou 17
Ontlcid tt Wahkiakum 4
Island 3 Walla Walla 23
Jelf-rsou tt Whatcoiu »■>
Kiuu 97 Whitman 3#
Klishh 5 Yakima 28
Militia ...IS .
Klickitat 9 Total 697
Lewis -£i
We hereby certify the foregoing to be a
true and correct copy or the Call adopted
by the State Central Committee of the
Democratic Party at Its meeting held in
Tacotua, Washington, January s, lfiOS.
A. It. TITLOW,
Attest: Chairuun.
Cuti. D. K*helm\n,
Secretary.
TREASURER'S NOTICE FOR PAY
MENT OF WARRANTS.
Ollice of State Treasurer, Olvmpia,
Wash , March 25, liHW.
Notice is hereby given that Slate
Warrants Numbers 30,350 to 31,337 in
clusive, on the General Fund, will lie paid
on presentation at my ofliee on ami after
April 15, 1908, and will not draw in
terest after that date.
Amount of call: General Fund, sllO,-
750.03. * GEO. G. MILLS,
State Treasurer.
Date of first publication, March 27. 3t.
Shou'd a sudden impulse seize you to
embrace the opportunity which weolFer
to get "The Patton's Sun-Proof Paint,"
you can rest assured you will not regret
it. Ihe appended items should excite
>'<>ur impetuosity: "Enamel Paint,"
bath Tub Fiiamel," "Princess Floor
I'ainl," "Poicliite Faints,"• and : ,|| kinds
of varnishes.
WE LEAD BUT NEVER PO'.LOW.
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OUR NEW SPRING
Negligee Shirts
NOW ON DISPLAY. They are the Finest and Largest Line
ever Shown in Olympia. It is a Treat to l>>ok Them
Over. He sure and See Them.
The Emporium |
O A. A. GOTTFELD, PROPRIETOR. O
0 310 Fourth Street. Phone Red 1343 y
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■ ■ Telephone Main 116. 4th and Columbia Sta.
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The very best Blood and Hone Meal V
v Fertilizers, Land Plaster, Seed Oats,
'<s2; Seed Wheat and Field Peas, Clover and
ij Timothy Seeds, Northern Grown Garden ,M,
* . and Flower Seeds ::::::: rV
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«' out CUSTOMERS ME ALWAYS SATISFIED ,
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» HHA-IM AUKAUT Is the meanest word in the «
♦ IWHIWIIUW Language. It's a cheat. [MMBjapH «
♦ Vou may not have any to-morrow. Why not live to- .
♦ day? Have the tine music—Operatic. Popular and
+ the Classics Concert selections, the Sacred Hymns, ♦
- the grand harmonies of the great Hands and Orehes- ♦
tras. Have them without delay. Come and see +
♦ us aliout sending a VICTOR to your home. We will +
♦ arrange the payments to suit you.
: RABECK'S MUSIC HOUSE :
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- - OLYMPIA, WASHINGTON ♦
-SUMMONS.
IN the Superior Ci-uit of the State of
Washington, for Thurston C unity.
Hell Coy and Samuel T. Coy. wife and
husliand, Plaintiffs, vs. Jacob Stampller
anil Jane Dot* Staiuptler, husband aud
wife, and Dell lliggins. Defendants.
Slate of Washington to Dell lliggius.
Defendant.
You are hereby summoned to api>ear
within 60 days from llie date of the tirst
publication of this Summons, to-wit:
within tit) davs from the 3d day of April,
A> D., 1908, and defend llie above entitled
action ill the above untitled court and
answer the complaint of plalntilN aud
serve a --opy of your answer ujion the
undersigned attorn-y for plaiutills, at his
oillEe stated below, aud in case of your
failure so to <io, judgment will lie ren
dered rgainst you according to the de
mand ui the complaint which has lieen
tiled with the Clerk of the Court.
This is an action for the purpose of
ejecting you from a |iortlon of tho proji
erty described in the complaint.
JOHN M. WII,SON,
Attorney for Plaintiff.
Ollice address: Room 5 Uyrno Block,
olympia. Washington.
First publication, April 3, 1 SMi. Tt.
Notice for Bids.
IS tlie Superior Court of the State of Wasblng
luu In aud lor llie couuty u( TUurctoli.
la the matter «f ths estate of Phillip Bode, de
censed.
Notice l« hereby slvcn thit 1 will arrest bid"
f»r all of the intereat uf the above naiued de
coaaeil, Phillip Bode, la and to the following
described premise* in Tburatou couuty, Wash
ington, to-wit:
The undivided one-half interest in lota 1. 2, :t.
11, t ian.l 111, block 2, of C. 11. Springer's Sub
division of lot 2, block 41, Barnes' Ad lition to
Taiuwatcr, Washington. a
bids miift be In writing and for cash and will
be received on and after April l."ith, lS*n. and
uiuat be delivered lo me personally, or tiled with
the Clerk of the above entitled Court, on and
after aaid date. II JOSKFH llilliK.
Administrator of the eitate of Phillip Ho le, de
ceased.
First publication, April 3, lIMS. 2t.
Notice for Bids.
IN the Superior Court ol the Stale of Washirg
ton la anil lor llie couuty of I hurstou.
In re the estate of Ulcnu E. Class, a minor.
Notice is hereby yiven that 1 will receive bids
for the following described real property iu
Thurston county. Washington, to wit:
Lota i and t">, bloek 12. of the town of Turn
water, the said Intereat of the said minor beiug
sn undivided one half Interest.
I The ssid bids will be received on snd after
April l.'itli. 191 is. and must be in writing and for
cash, or upon terms, aud may be Hied with n.e
personally at Tumwater, Washington, or with
lite Clerk of Ihe above Court on and after the
aalil due. J. W. CLASS,
tiuardian ofillenn K. Claa«. a minor.
First publication, April 3,190.4. 2t.
JOB PRINTING execute—
At the o Hie of WASHINGTON SIASDAU U.,
]Sj® "IF BETTMAN IS ON THE LABEL YOIfRE SAFE." !&W
I Did you Ever Have Too I
fnfei Many Trousers?i
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I It's about this date trousers get S
« p|B / house-sprung, shiny threadbare— J
| WNEilt, about this time, when the wear v
** Iff* 'I I comes, or when they are ragged 4
t I pair of new, Perfect Fitting X
A I DUTCHESS TROUSERS, at $ 2.00, £
ft $2.50, $3.00, $3.50, $4.00 or $5.00 8
fMM WMAJlHceds wil! glve you a!most a new effect. f
i o4| Trousers Keep the ~ame in mind: I
| 7DITCHED TItOCSEUM f
d he can get the best value 10 cents for a button, $1 for a rio. i
& at moderate cost, with the IZ —"EI. &
fj extra protection of a positive
isja BKII MAN|
1 MMißi Ewrytiina lo Wear lor Mi id Boys. I
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IT IS JUST AS EASY
To deposit your income in the bank
each month and check afainst it, as to
pay with the cash. There is no ad
ditional expense, and you are fiven
the bank's service—this means safety
for your funds, convenience for your
transactions, and a condensed record
of every cent of receipts snd expend
itures. We ask you try a check ac
count for one month.
OLYMPIA NATIONAL BANK
KICK!!!
If you don't get
ATEEHTORIODRBOH
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Oil sale'at
| Tfffi OXFORD
GEORGE TAYLOR, Prop.,
lltt Fourth Street. Olympia.
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* I invito you to call and exam- *
> inu my stock of *
| IMPORTED AND f
| DOMESTIC GOODS {
J For Spring and Summer. As to prieji j
» I Simply defy competition. ♦
iFred Weiss!
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% MERCHANT TAILOR 5
% ">ll MAIN* ST.. - - OLYMPIA.*
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» Next door Odd Fellows' leniple ♦
HEDER & PHIPPS, - - - PROPRIETORS
THE MOST COMPLETE STOCK OF
Staple §Fancy Groceries
la the city, and the onstant endeavor is to maintain tlio reputation tliis house
has always enjoyed f<» quality of goods, fair prices and promptness in filling or
ders
THE FULLEST AND MOST COMPLETE LINE OF
CROCKERY AND GLASSWARE
IlsT STOCK
C. T. LANSDALE
As successors to the OLD RELIABLE
John Byrne stand—we carry the same
Urge and complete stock of . . . .
Groceries, Flour, Hay,
Feed, Etc.
which we offer at BOTTOM PRICES.
Highest Cash Price paid for Farm
Produce. Give us a call ....
Cor. Fourth and Jefferson Sts.
Telephone Main 90
RANCHERS AND DAIRYMEN
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OLYMPIA BREWING CO.
< (Successors to Connolly & Chambers.) J
CHAMBERS BLOCK FOURTH ST. TELEPHONE MAIN 44. ?
i FULL LINE OK MEATS KOK IIIK S
I WHOLESALE m RETAIL TRADE. >
We solicit a »hare of your trade and will strive to please.
Per Cent. Hatched* I
hatch was 100 per cent, in IV cues with H
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■ This machine bus been demonstrate! to b« «.h near ab
tolute perfection as can be attain.*!. Th« regulation of heat,
IFV air and moisture have been proven perfect. S«e our nc* o;-?
tray and other improvements. Wc pay freight Catalogue '.
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GROCERY
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