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I Legal Notices I X X i SI M RONS. In tho Supc rinr Court of the State of Washington in and for the County of Th urston. Grace Jones, Plaintiff ,vs. Ira Jones, De fendant. Summons. State of Washington to the said Ira Jones, Defendant: You arc hereby summoned to appear within sixty days after the date of the first publication of this summons, to wit: within sixty days after the 23d day < f May, 1013. and defend the above entitled action in the above entitled court and answer the complaint of the plaintiff and serve a copy of your an swer upon the undersigned attorneys for plaintiff at their office belovv stated, and in ease of your failure so to do judgment will he rendered against you according to the demand of the com plaint. which has been filed with the clerk of the said court. The object of this action Is to ob tain a divorce from you by the plain tiff on account of your cruel and inhu man treatment of her and your failure to support her, rendering her life bur densome to her. TROY & STURDEVANT. Attorneys for Plaintiff. Suite 4, Byrne Building, Olympia, Washington. 5-4-7 NOTICE TO CREDITORS. In the Superior Court of the State of Washington in and for the County of Thurston. In re tin- Estate of William AT. Spain. Deceased. Notice to Creditors. Notice is hereby given that H. J. Johnson has been appointed adminis trator of the above entitled estate, and that all persons having claims against the said deceased, or against his estate be and they are hereby required to pre sent the same on or before one year from the date of the first publication of this notice, to the said If. J. Johnson, personally, or at his residence at Gate, Washington, or else the same will be forever barred. Date of first publication June 13th, 1 9 13. H. J. JOHNSON, Administrator Estate of William M. Spain, Deceased. 6-2-5 NOTICE TO CREDITORS. In the Superior Court of tlie State of Washington, for Thurston County. In the Matter of the Estate of Mary Kearney, Deceased. Notice to Cred itors. Notice is hereby given that Thomas Kearney lias been appointed executor of the above entitled estate, and that all creditors having claims against said estate are required to file the same properly verified with the said Thomas Kearney or with K. N. Steele, his at torney, at Suite H, Byrne Building, Olympla, Washington, that being the place for the transaction of tlte busi ness of tills estate, within one year from the date of the llrst publication hereof, to-wit, from the 13th day of June, 1913, or said cluims will be for ever burred. THOMAS KEARNEY, 6-2-E Executor. EXECUTION SAUK. In the Superior Court of the State of Washington In and for Thurston County. Lukas E. Hoskn, plaintiff, vs. Mary C. Clark and Mary C. Clark as execu trix of the estate of Lewis J. Clark, deceased, defendant. No. 6218. Under and by virtue of a writ of speclul execution issued out of the su perior court of the state of Washing ton, holding terms at Olympla In and for Thurston county, said state, and dated on tlie 171 It day of June, 1913. on a judgment rendered in said court on the 17th day of June, 1913, in favor of the above named plaintiff. Lukas E. Hoska, and against the above named defendant, Mary C. Clark and Mary C. Clark as executrix of the estate of Lewis J. Clark, deceased, for the sum of $3,056.46 with Interest nt the rate of 10% per annum from date thereof, also an attorney's fee of $190.00 and costs of suit taxed at $17.15, making a total In ail of $3,263.60, wlilbh said writ of special execution was to me as sheriff of Thurston county, Washington, duly directed and delivered and by which 1 am commanded to sell at public auc tion according to law the following de scribed real estate, to-wlt: The south half of the southwest quarter and the south half of the southeast quarter of section twenty-six (26), in township sixteen (16) north, of range three (3) east of Willamette meridian and containing 160 acres sit uate in Thurston county, state of Washington. Now, therefore, public notice is here by given that on the 19th day of July, 1913. at 11 o'clock In the forenoon of said day at the front door of the court house on Fourth street in the city of Olympla, I will sell the above describ ed property at public auction to the highest bidder for cash or so much thereof as may be necessary to raise sufficient to satisfy said last above named amount together with increased cost and increased Interest. Dated at Olvmpla, Wash., this 19th day of June, 1913. Date of llrst publication June 20th, 1913. E. R. YORK. Attorney for Plaintiff, Tuconta, Wash. FRED W. McCORKLE, Sheriff of Thurston County. Washington. 6-3-5 NOTICE FOR 1111)8. In the Superior Court of the State of Washington In and for the County of Thurston. In re the Estate of Isaac Thomas Ingle, Deceased. Notice for Bids. Notice Is hereby given that the un dersigned. administrator of the above entitled estate, will receive bids for the following described real estate, sit uate, lying and being In the county of Thurston, state of Washington, to-wlt: Tlie south fifteen acres of the south east quarter of the southeast quarter of section seventeen, township eighteen north of range one w«g<t of the Wil lamette meridian, less fifteen feet off the west end, reserved for u roadwuy. on and after July 21st, 1913. Bids may be delivered to the under signed personally or filed with til" clerk of the above entitled court, or de livered to my attorneys, Messrs. Troy & Sturdevant, on and lifter the said date. The said hid must be In writing and must state the terms thereof. J. R. HARTMAN, Administrator of the Estate of Isaac Thomas Ingle, Deceased. 7-1-5 There's a place on Columbia street where they do Job Printing of all kinds from a calling card to a big poster! NOTICE FOR RIDS. In the Superior Court of the State of Washington in and for the County of Thurston. In re the Estate of E. T. Iforr, De ceased. Notice for Bids. Notice is hereby given by the under signed commissioner appointed by the court to handle the property of tie above entitled estate by reason of the absence of the heirs, and administra tor for the purpose of selling and dis posing of the same, and hereby gives notice that he will accept bids for the following described real estate situate, lying and being in the county of Thur ston. state of Washington, to-wit: Parcel No. I—Lots 6. 7. and 8, block 5, Swan's addition to Olympia. Parcel No. 2—Lots 2. 3. 4. 9. 10. 11 and 12. of block 83. Olympia Tide Lands, on and after July 21st. 1013. Bids must he in writing and must he hand ed to the undersigned personally, or left at his place of business, the Olym pia Hardware Company, 325 Main street, Olympia, Washington, or filed with the clerk of the above entitled court, and must be for cash. P. G. BLAKESLEE, Commissioner appointed by the court to handle the above described real estate of the above entitled estate, by reason of the absence of the heirs, and administrator, for the purpose of caring for and disposing of the prop erty. 7-1-5 SI M RONS. In the Superior Court of the State of j Washington in and for the County of ! Thurston. A. J. Thompson, Plaintiff, vs. Josephine Thompson, Defendant. Summons. State of Washington to the said Jo sephine Thompson, defendant: You are hereby summoned to appear within sixty days after the first pub lication of this summons, to-wit: with in sixty days after the 4th day of July. 1913, and defend the above entitled ac tion in the above entitled court and answer the complaint of the plaintiff and serve a copy of your answer upon the undersigned attorneys for plaintiff at their office below stated, and In ease of your failure so to do judgment will he rendered against you according to tlie demand of the complaint which has been filed with the clerk of the above entitled court. This action is an action brought bv the plaintiff against jjou for divorce, on account of desertion, abandonment, arm cruelty meted out to the plaintiff bv you, rendering his life burdensome so that he cannot endure it longer. TROY & STURDEVANT, Attorneys for Plaintiff. Post office address: Olympia, Wash ington. Office address: Suite 4, Byrne Build ing, Olympia, Washington. 7-1-5 EXECUTION. In the Superior Court of the State of Washington for the County of Yak ima. William F. Iler and G. W. Jarvis, plain tiffs, vs. T. If. Heath, defendant. No. 6891. Execution. Under and by virtue of a writ of ex ecution Issued out of the superior court of the state of Washington, holding terms at North Yakima, in and for Yakima county, said stute, and dated on the 6th day of May, 1913, on a judg ment rendered in said court on the 14th day of February, 1913, in favor of the above named plaintiffs, William F. Her and G. W. Jarvis, and against the above named defendant, T. 11. Heath, for the sum of $2,410.00 with interest at 6 f /< per annum from date thereof and costs taxed at $65.40, making a total in al! of $2,520.38, which said writ of execu tion was to me as sheriff of Thurston county, Washington, duly directed and delivered and by which 1 am com manded to sell at public unction ac cording to law the following described real estate, to-wit: Beginning at a point one hundred and forty-five and five-tenths (145.5) feet west of the corner of sections 10, 11, 14 and 15, In township seventeen (17), north of range one (1) west; thence north 7,355 feet to the sout l side of the Olympia-Yelm road; thenc»* in a northwesterly direction along soutn side of said road to a certain 500-aere tract of land conveyed to Belle Or? Marvin by deed dated February 1, 1903, recorded ju page 279, Vol. 70 of deeds of record of Thurston county; thence south 8,089.6 feet to line between sec tions 10 and 15; thence east 887.75 feet to place of beginning, containing 157 acres. In Thurston county, Washington. Now therefore public notice is here by given that on the 12th day of July, 1913, at the hour of 2 o'clock in the afternoon of said day, at the front door of the court house on Fourth street in the city of Olympia, I will sell the above described property at public auc tion to the highest bidder for cash or so much thereof as may he neeessarv to raise sufficient to satisfy said last named amount, together with increased cost and increased interest. Dated at Olympia, Wash., this sth day of June, 1913. Date of first publication June 6th, 1913. FRftn W. McCORKLE, Sheriff Thurston County, Washington. REED & HA RDM AN, Attorneys for Plaintiff. Empire Building, Seattle, Wash. 6-1-5 •> -s- -j- -j- ♦> •> -i- ❖ ❖ ❖ ❖ •> * FOREST NOTES. •> (Prom the 11. S. Forestry Dept.) -!♦ •> ❖ »;♦ ♦> *;• •> -i- Canada's forest area Is about 800,- 000,000 acres. I Mills In British Columbia are ship ping considerable paper pulp to Japan. The Canadian Forestry association j held a convention in Winnipeg the tirst of this week. I On the best German forests the an nual expense is sl3 an acre, but the 'gioss returns are as much as $24. Thus they yield a net return of sll an acre each year. Four launches are used in patrol and transportation work on national forests In Alaska, which include many 1 small island and inlets. Motion picture companies are mak ing films of all of the activities of the ! federal forest service, Including plant : lng, cutting timber, patrol and look out work. Already at least two fire fighting "movies" are being exhibited, j Application has been received by I the government for a summer home [colony on the Shoshone national fore st, Wyoming. The plan is to have a 'central assembly hall for community ; gatherings, and especially cottages for the several families of the com munal recreation center. | Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Boltser and IJavid Bolster of Kansas left for Edmonton, Alberta, Can., this week, where they expect to live. TIIE WASHINGTON STANDARD, .JULY 11, 1913 Gcrrts In Verse i 3> ■ (• START THE DAY RIGHT. STAKT the. day right. When the sun comes to grci'i you Give it a smile tor each ray that it sends, Shake off the worries that long to defeat you. Strengthen your faith in yourself and your friends Yesterday's ghost will be striving to haunt you; Yesterday's errors may come to your brain Throw off the worries that trouble and taunt you. Start tlie day right; begin over again. What a brief span is the longest exist ence, One flashing Journey from nothing to night! Show while you may the old Roman re sistance— Off witli your drowsiness—lnto the fight! Never an empire was won by the lag gard; Never a prize was obtained but by worth. Heed not the sneers of the misanthropes haggard. Start the day right and they'll know you're on earth. Start the day right and you'll find as it passes Something to live for and something to love. View not the future through indigo glasses Note the bright streams and the blue skies above. Failure may mock you through years of endeavor. Fame and success may not come at your will, *rt nothing can baffle a climber forever. Start the day right and you're half tip the hill. —Cincinnati Commercial Tribune. A MAN'S BARGAIN. IF I cry out for fellowship. * A comrade's voice, a comrade's gtlp, A hand to hold me when 1 slip. An ear to heed my groan. Renew that hour's dark ecstasy When all thy waves went over me And thou and 1. with none to see, Were Joined In light alone. IF I demand a sheltered space Set for me In the battle place. Where I at times could turn my face. A screened und welcome guest. Decree my soul should henceforth cease From Its wild hankering after peace And rest In that which gives release From the desire of rest. IF 1 for final goal should ask, Some meaning for the long day's task. Some ripened Held that yet may bask Secure from hurricane. Point to thy locust eaten sheaves. The burnt out stars, the still born leaves. And by the toll no hope retrieves Nerve me to toil aguln —Q. M. Hort In London Academy. TO BABYLON. COMRADE, now the dawn Is nigh. Light Is veiling every star. Pale against the puling sky Gleams a citadel afar. Where the earth and sky are on*. Comrade, It Is Babylon. Comrade, now the noonday blaze Beats upon us as we go, But 1 see a city's maze Gray against the fiery glow. Shadowy towers, cool streams that IUA. We are nearing Babylon. •Comrade, had we ever guessed Half the weary miles between! Now the sun Is near the west; Now the trees the city screen. Ends the Journey long begun. We are nearing Babylon. Comrade, now the night Is lata. In the darkness we must be Very near the city gute. Where Is room for thee and me. Rest we now to morning sun— We shall wake at Babylon! —Mrs. Andrew Lang. THE DREAMERS. rpHE gypsies passed her little gat* *• She stopped her wheel to see A brown faced pair who walked the road. Free as the wind Is free. And suddenly her tidy room A prison seemed to b* HER shining plntes against the walla, Her sunlit, sanded floor. The brass bound wedding cheat that held Her linen's snowy store, The very wheel whose humming died. Seemed only chains she bore. SIIE watched the foot free gypsies pas* She never knew or guessed The wistful dream that drew them cloa* The longing In each breast To some day know a home like hers. Wherein their hearts might rest. —Theodosla Garrison. HOPEI I HEARD the walla of grief and shame When Priam's walls were wrapt in flame. I stood within the Forum place When Vandal ax and Gothic mace Battered the pride from Caesar's face; When Plague's foul legions filled the Seine With corpses and bestank the plain Of France from Pnrls to Lorraine; When Flanders fell before the siege That niude a Spanish flend her liege; When werewolves wrought a guillo tine For Louis nnd his fragile queen 'Twas 1 who staged anew the scene, 'Twas I who wiped awny the scars And set the heavens fresh with stars. —Herbert Kaufman. "1 SAID TO LOVE." I SAID to love. "It Is not now ns In old day* When men adored thee and thy ways All else above. Named thee the boy. the bright, the one Who spread a heaven beneath the sun" I said to love. I SAID to love. "Thou art not young, thou art ns* fair; No fairy darts, no cherub air Nor swan nor dove Are thine, but features pitiless And Iron daggers of distress," 1 said to love. —Thomas Hardy. GOD GIVE THEE PEACE TODAY. OD give thee peace today. Happen whato'er theie may, On him thy spirit stay As strikes each hour. —Charlotte Murray. 't Women Onic.'a s A ; d In I ; f „ : ; Pj«!k to Improve : • ladusirial Welfare 's> <♦ 'J'jt • ? ? * j » ■» • • • • • «-• • • • I TWO women Imve recently been npimintiHl to positions of itn proving eon;litions in the in Uuftrinl world i'reshlent Wil j son Inn mime I ill's J I'oidcn 11.mi J man of New Vo; U as a member of the I iliiliistrial eoiuiiiission. the first time that a woman lias been appointed to a j position of the same . ha meter and im portanee. Miss Mary S ilalone was recently appointed the ten hour law Inspector in I ciaw.ate under a law | passed by Hit ! t lejrislnt ilft» She wiil have jurisdiction over all indus tries in Delaware that employ females, I with the exception of canning facto j ries. The appointment of Mrs Harrlman j is President Wilson's first selection of ; u woman for an important post under the federal government. President I Taft selected Miss .lulia Lathrop as ! head of the newly oriranized children's biirettii shortly before his retirement j from ofhee. The industrial commission is retrard 1 ed as one of the most important com : missions that have recently been ere- MRS. J. BORDEN (lARKIMAN. nted by congress. It is authorized to hold hearings in any part of the coun try. to examine witnesses under oath and to do practically everything else necessary to Investigate the relations between capital and labor. Mrs. Harriinan has interested herself for a long time in problems of Immi gration and social welfare work of va rious kinds. In the last national cam paigu she was president of the Wo man's National Wilson-Marshall or ganization and made speeches In fa vor of the Democratic candidates. She is president of the recently organized Babies* Welfare association and Is prominent In other benevolent organi sations. The commission to which Mrs. Hnr rlmnn has been appointed Is composed of nine members. While this Is the first time that a woman has been a member of this commission. Miss Ma tone's appointment does not mark the first time that a woman has been the MI as MART 8. MALONR. ; fen hour Inspector of Delaware, but ! on the previous occasion the law win Sot adequate. Miss Malone Is a graduate of Smith college She Is the ttrst vice president I of the People's settlement In Wilming ton. Del Since her graduation eight J years ago she lias been engaged in ; sociological work "Conditions In Delaware as regards ! female la la-'." said Miss Malone re ' centl.v. "have long heen notoriously had. and it will he my Intention and | purpose to better these conditions, to | Instill a love for the out of doors among the children, to see that proper hours are observed and to promote in -1 terest in home life INiwe & Docherty —in in" iimw—a—a HOUSE MOVING AND DRAYING PIANOS HANDLED WITH CARE FURNACE AND DOMESTIC COAL PLOWING AND HARROWING Our Big 3-Ton 35-Horse-Power AUTO TRUCK enables us to do your hauling with quicker dispatch than any other drayman in town. Orders from me country promptly at tended to at reasonable prices. We also handle good '"'EDAR WOOD. Phone G7O or 428R West Fourth Stre.t New Spring Samples for Suits to Order/ We are Agents for M. BORN & CO., Chicago's Largest Merchant Tailors. We Guarantee to Fit and Please You. The Emporium A. A. GOTTFELD, 211 E. Foui-th St. Opposite Old C.ty Hall. Within Reach Right at this bakery you will find a ", sorts of tempting goodies at jHave you tried our bread? Not f only do we use the best ingredients rXry, IKp ,j" J) and the highest skill for our bread and cakes, but our baking facilities DAILY BREAD SHOP LOUIS DORNECKER, Prop. 424 Wash. St. OLYMPIA, Wash. 413 E. 4th St. GARDEN TOOLS Don't borrow your neighbors' but step in and look at our Jine of Gardon Tools, consisting of Spades, Rakes, Hoes, Trowels etc. We also carry a complete line of Baseball Goods, Fishing Tackle, Camp Equipment, Bicycles, etc. VAN ARSDALE HARDWARE CO. 318 East 4th St. Telephone 662 WOULD UNITE GHUHCHES KplMt»opnll<iiiM Working .for Interna tional Conference on l nity. Invitations are being sent to all the Christian churches in' the world to unite with the Episcopal church in ar ranging for and conducting an inter national conference for the considera tion of questions as to the faith and order of the Christian church, in the hope that such a conference will pro mote the cause of Christian unity, fol lowing the appointment of a commis sion for such a purpose in 1910 by the Protestant Episcopal church. More than 20 co-operating commis sions have been appointed, including all the leading churches in the United States and the Church of England in England and Canada. Invitations are now being sent to the other leading churches outside the United States as fast the names and addresses of their officers can be obtained. The Epis copal commission is also publishing leaflets, explaining the scope and ! methods of the conference, and giving ! a list of books 011 Christian unity. Ministers and laymen and women in 'the state of Washington to the number :of 77 have already been brought to ! get her, at least to the extent of en rollment 011 the list, which is arranged j geographically so that those who are 'interested enough in Christian unity ( to apply to be placed 011 tlie list niav obtain the names of others in their • neighborhood also inteiested. The list I includes Disciples of Christ, Congre- Rationalists, baptists, Episcopalians, ! Presbyterians, Reformed Church in America. Christian Reformed church and Roman Catholics. Realdeaee Phone 1021 R3 Office Phone 3 Dr. T. PEPPARD Veterinary Surgeon Office! Laberee'a Stable*, Olrnphk M. K. BURROWS C. FAI'VKE Ew@irgiF©©ini Calf® Open frum 0 n. m, to 8 p. iu. Oyater, Chop*. Home Cooked Menla and Pantry Served at Our Lunch Counter nnd Dining Room. YOU'LL BE SUITED HERB. :tn> Ka«t Fourth Street, Olympla, Waah. 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