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Warning! Warning! Don come into our store if you want
poor groceries or stale fruit aid vegetables. Don't come in if
you want to pay a high price for cheap things. Don't come in if
you want to get the worst of it. But if you want the best gro
ceries, provisions, fruits and vegetables, at the fairest price; if you
want courteous treatment, polite attention and a warm reception;
then come in and we will do all of these and assure you of a
square deal.
Insure your stock by giving them our feed.
REDER & PHILLIPS
207 East Fourth Street PHONK 593-594
B Jtorit (jdmble!
The man who gambles
never *s sure of returns.
11l He is constantly risking
I investment on a "Hazard"
n happiness is continually in the
balance. If you are contemplating the purchase of a kitchen
range, DON'T GAMBLE ON YOUR FUTURE RANGE SAT
ISFACTION. A
MARCH MALLEABLE RANGE
in your kitohen means the eliminating of any element of
chance. The MONARCH has not marked time, but has pushed
ahead until it is the emhodiement of all that is good in the de
velopment and evolution of the perfect range.
We have also an immense stock of Furniture, Stoves, Lin
oleums, Mattings, Carpets and Rugs. Our stock of Rugs is
the largest in Southwestern Washington and we particularly
ask you to inspect the quality and beautiful patterns we have
on display.
GET THE NOMMENSEN HABIT
IT'S A GOOD HABIT.
C. NOIOIENSEIf
603-13 East Fourth St. Olympia, Wash.
Miss Emma Frances of Tupiwater
was married last Friday at the home
of her sister, Mrs. Walter Bland, in
Little Rock, to Guy F. Neeley. They
will make their home in Bordeaux,
after a short honeymoon trip.
• • • •
Miss Bertha Lilquist of Rochester
and Howard Work of Tacoma were
married in Olympla last Saturday
and after a short visit in Rochester,
will make their home in Tacoma.
• ♦ » •
David Johnston of Mima Prairie,
one of the five candiates for the Re
publican nomination for county com
missioner in the Third district, has
resided in that part of the county for
the last 30 years, 15 of which he has
been school director. Mr. Johnston
is not making all kinds of promises
as to what he will do if nominated
and elected—he is simply pointing
to his 800-acre farm as evidence of
his business ability. Mr. Johnston
came to Thurston county 30 years
ago from Kansas and for three years
worked at day wages as "hired man"
for the late Bruce Dodge. Then he
struck out for himself and gained the
foundations of the property which by
hard work and business ability he
built to 1100 acres, 300 of which he
sold three years ago. For several
years his many friends in the Mima
district have been urging him to run
for commissioner but he'refused un
til this year when, his sons getting
old enough to take the management
of his big farm ofT his shoulders, he
felt that, if elected, he could give the
office the attention it should have.
The home of Mr. and Mrs. Emil
Morsbach in Bucoda was the scene
of a very pretty wedding Wednesday
of last week when their daughter,
Miss Henrietta Morsbach, became the
bride of Lee Morgan, the ceremony
being performed by Rev. E. Hopkins
of Tumwater.
• • • •
Eight stitches were necessary to
close the wound in her hand sustain
ed by Mrs. L. A. Wood of Ward's
Lake last Friday when a horse she
was leading by a halter suddenly
readed, jerking the halter strap
through her hand and imbedding the
buckle in the palm of her hand, tear
the flesh open to the bone.
t • • •
Application of the Weyerhaueser
Timber company for a reduction of
approximately $250,000 on the as
sessment of its timber land in this
county, protesting against the taxa
tion of both the timber and the land,
has been denied by the board of
equalization. The reduction, if grant
ed, would have meant the cutting off
of about SB,OOO in taxes.
• * • •
Rev. E. Hopkins of Tumwater,
who 24 years ago married Mr. and
Mrs. H. B. Moulton of Olympia, last
Saturday officiated at a similar cere
mony for their daughter. Miss Minnie
Moulton, when he united her in mar
riage to John W. Jenkins, the event
taking place at the Hopkins' home
in Tumwater. The young couple
were quite popular in this vicinity
and their friends joined in offering
them many well-wishes.
THE WASHINGTON STANDARD, AUGUST 21, 1014
PROBING HIGH PRICES
Government's Agents Report Undue
Increases Are Unwarranted.
WASHINGTON, August 21.—Pre
liminary reports received front dis
trict attorneys and special agents of j
the department of justice all state]
that unduly high food prices are un
warranted.
Reports are pouring into the de- 1
partment from all over the United
States. These, without exception,
hold that preliminary investigation
finds no basis whatever for extor
tionate prices.
Encouraged by the early reports,
the entire corps of special agents of
the department is on the trail of the
food speculators. It is stated that a
number of cases have been found
actionable and that prompt prosecu
tions will be instituted by the var
ious district attorneys.
Retailers, wholesalers, jobbers and
commission men are all coming un
der the government's probe.
FOR SALE—My place, known as
j the Krier place, situated in Blocks
5, 6 and 7 in Phoenix park, now occu
pied by F. B. Dobbins. Address Fran
ces Hartmann, Box 282, Sauk Centre,
Minn. (adv. 8-2-2)
TURNER CAMPAIGN QUIET.
, Spokane Democratic Candidate is
Not Making Big "Hurrah."
SEATTLE, August 21.—1n con
trast to the other Democratic candi
' dates for United States senator.
Judge Turner is not making a speak
ing campaign for the nomination. He
has been looking over the situation
on the west side for the past ten
, days, and, during that time, he has
j made but one address. However, he
has agreed to return to western
Washington the last week before the
! primaries and make several speeches.
In the meantime, he will devote most
of his time law practice in
Spokane.
There is no pyrotechnic display
connected with the Turner campaign.
It is a quiet and inexpensive one.
His friends and supporters are con
tent to rely upon his official record,
his recognized ability, and his prov
!en strength as a vote-getter to pull
him through. That he will carry
i King county and receive 45 per cent
j of the total first choice votes cast in
j the Democratic primaries in the state
I is the confident prediction of his Se
j attle headquarters.
FREE CANADIAN HOMESTEADS.
Why pay $50.00 to be located?
We give you full information where
I the best lands are in Western Canada
j and British Columbia that are close
| to railroad and town; name of guide
on the ground; full directions to get
] maps and plats free; how to get
! homeseekers' tickets; everything you
: need to know and locate yourself, all
for $3.00.
Remit amount by P. O. money or
' der and we will send you the com
plete information at once.
CANADIAN HOMESTEAD CO.
73 Sixth St., Portland. Ore.
For reference the Farm Magazine
Co., 411 Panama Bldg., Portland,
Ore. (adv. 7-4-5)
Don't give photos to agents—have
them enlarged at Mottman's for 87
cents. Offer good until September
12th. (adv. 8-2-2)
CERTIFICATE OF AUTHORITY
FOR
OI.YMPIA HAYK A TRUST COMPANY.
STATE OF WASHINGTON.
TO A LI. TO \. HOM THESE PRESENTS
SHALL COME. GREETING:
The State Bank Examiner of the State
of Washington hereby certifies that
The Olympla Rank and Trust Company
located at Olympia, County of Thurs
ton. and State of Washington, has com
plied with al! the provisions of an Act
of the Legislature of the State of Wash
ington, entitled "An Act to provide for
the formation of banking corporations
and to regulate the business of bank
ing and securing State supervision
thereof; for the appointment of a State
Examiner, defining his duties, fixing
his compensation and making an ap
propriation therefor; and prohibiting
the use of the words 'Bank,' 'Trust' and
'Savings' In advertising business by
persons, firms and associations not
hereby brought under State super
vision, and fixing a penalty for Its vio
lation." And all the provisions of an
Act of the Legislature entitled "An
Act providing for the Incorporation of
trust companies, and defining their
powers and duties," and amendments
thereto.
Now Therefore, In pursuance of law,
I. W. E. HANSON, State Examiner of
the State of Washington, do issue this
CERTIFICATE OF AUTHORITY to the
above named corporation to commence
tli" business of banking as defined In
said Act.
In Testimony Whereof, I have here
unto set my hand and affixed my official
seal at my office in Olympla, this 20th
dav of August A. D. 1911.
(SIGNED) W. E. HANSON,
(SEAL) State Examiner.
8-3-5
UOTTERILL ON WAY HOME.
According to a telegram from Sec
retary of State W. J. Bryan received
by George E. Ryan, campaign mana
ger for George F. Cotterill, candidate
for United States senator on the
Democratic ticket, the latter sailed
from Christiana for the United States
on August 7 and arrived in New York
City last Tuesday evening. Mr. Cot
terill will immediately hasten coast-
14 Per Cent on Savings I
■ Will be paid by Thurston County's new bank I
fl We opened for business this week in our temporary headquarters in the Kneeland I
B hotel, where we will be glad to see you any day, any time. Our officers and directors I
I are men whom you all know well, our stockholders include prominent business men of the I
B city and ranchers of the county. B
■ We are here to do a general commercial and savings bank business. The banks in every B
I other city in the state pay 4 per cent on savings accounts and time deposits—so will we. H
■ In addition, under the trust company features of our business, we will care for estates, act H
■ as administrator, guardian, trustee and custodian of the funds of minors. I
■ This bank is aimed to meet the needs of the people of this city and county and to ac- H
B comodate them wherever and whenever possible. For instance, we will keep open from B
H 7:30 to 9:00 o'clock every Saturday night for the benefit of all those people who for var- B
B ious reasons cannot transact their banking business at any other time on that busy day. B
B That is just one example of our policy—your dealings with this bank will reveal many B
B other ways in which we will be able to give you assistance and counsel, ways we will also B
B point out to you from time to time in these advertisements. B
H SATURDAY NIGH : FROM 7:30 TO 9:00 ALL OUR OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS B
B WILL BE HERE—WE INVITE YOU TO COME IN AND GET ACQUAINTED WITH US B
3 THEN. B
I Olympia Bank & Trust Co. I
B "ALWAYS AT YOUR SERVICE" B
BB ♦ ■
3 OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS: B
B H. T. JONES, chairman of the board, W. DEAN HAYS, cashier. I
B (Chairman, state board of control) W. T. CAVANAUGH, assistant cashier
B C. S. REINHART, president. (Former postmaster of Olympia.) I
B (Former president, Olympia Na- C. WILL SHAFFER, secretary. I
B tional bank, clerk of state supreme (State Law Librarian.) I
B court.) CHARLES E. HEWITT, B
B I. M. HOWELL, vice president (Postmaster at Turn water.)
B (Secretary of State.) B
B TEMPORARY OFFICES, KNEELAND HOTEL, FOURTH AND MAIN STREETS B
B TELEPHONE 501 B
■ H
ward and will open a whirlwind cam
paign in Spokane and conduct a hur
ried speaking tour across the state.
He should arrive in Spokane not later
than Saturday.
If this schedule is carried out, it
leaves him but 13 days of actual cam
paigning before the primaries but be
fore departing for Europe, Mr. Cot
terill had campaigned almost contin
ually for four months and during that
time had visited practically every
section of the state. While away, his
campaign has not been permitted to
languish by any manner of means.
Mr. Ryan has perfected a state-wide
organization in Mr. CotteriU's behalf
and every Democratic voter in the
state has been reached with a mass
of material through the mails, show
ing Mr. Cotterill's stand on the vital
issues of the day, including a clear
cut and emphatic portrayal of what
his position will be if nominated and
elected.
Mrs. B. P. Freshwater and daugh
ter Mildred, who have been spending
the summer here with her son, Eagle
Freshwater, and family, started last
Tuesday on the return trip to their
home in Delaware, Ohio. They went
via the Canadian Pacific and will
stop at various points en route.
Wken You W ant
ICE
Phone 139
Orders received by 4:30 m.
delivered same day.
I Ernst Olaser, an employee of the
Olympia Brewing company, returned
this week from New York where he
went in response to Germany's call
for all its reserves to return home
for military service, and was unable
to obtain passage to Europe. Since
his return to Olympia he has been
notified that he will be able to secure
transportation ina few days.
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE
STATE OF WASHINGTON IN AND
FOR THE COUNTY OF THURSTON
SUMMONS.
MAY EKSTADT, Plaintiff,
vs.
E. M. KENPTNER. as administrator of
the estate of BERT L. HILLMAN, de
ceased, and the unknown heirs of the
said Bert L. Hillman, deceased, and
also all other persons unknown claim
ing any right, title, estate, lien or In
terest in the real eßtate described in
the complaint herein, defendants.
The State of Washington to E. M.
Kemptner as administrator of the es
tate of Bert L. Hillman, deceased, and
the unknown heirs of the said Bert L.
Hillman, deceased, and also all other
persons unknown claiming any right,
title, estate, lien or interest In the real
estate described In the complaint here
in.
You and each of you are hereby sum
moned to appear within sixty days af
ter the first publication of this sum
mons, to-wlt within sixty days after the
21st day of August, v 1914, and defend
the above entitled action In the above
entitled court and answer the com
plaint of the plaintiff and serve a copy
of your answer upon the undersigned
attorneys for plaintiff at their office be
low stated, and In ease of your failure
so to do Judgment will be rendered
against you according to the demand
of the complaint, which has been filed
with the clerk of the above entitled
court.
The object of this action Is for a
Judgment on a note of $300.00 s.nd to
foreclose a mortgage given as security
therefor, on the following described
real estate situate, lying and being In
the county of Thurston, State of Wash
ington, to-wlt: The Northwest quar
ter of the Northeast quarter of Section
eight (8) Township sixteen (16) North
of Range one (1) West of the Willa
mette Meridian, which mortgage was
executed by Bert L. Hillman. now de
ceased to Clarence Halght, and which
has been duly assigned to the plaintiff
herein the said note being of date May
3. 1911. and being In the sum of S3OO.
I drawing Interest at the rate of seven
! per cent and no payments having been
made thereupon and for taxes paid In
the sum of $19.92. and for a reasonable
] attorneys fee of $50.00.
TROY & STPRDEVANT,
Attorneys for i'lulntlff. Suite 4 Byrne
i Building, Olympia, Washington 8-3-7
TO AID P. 8. SHIPPING.
(Continued from page 1.)
commercial supremacy of the sett
are taken as a model.
The most essential amendments to
the American navigation laws refer
to:
The manning of ships; measure
ment and inspection; and construc
tion in American shipyards.
The pending emergency registry
bill takes care of the last named mat
ter, and makes it possible to buy
ships built abroad.
A committee consisting of Robert
Dollar of San Francisco, Bernard N.
Baker of Baltimore, J. A. Farrell of
New York, president of the United
States Steel Corporation; and P. A.
S. Franklin of New York, was named
to redraft laws.
W. DEAN HAYS
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Organizer and Cashier of the Olympia
Hank & Trust Co. ltepublicaa
Candidate for the Legislator*
From This County.
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