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I Legal Notices |
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IN TUB SUPKKIOII rOI.'RT OK THK
ST.ATK OK \V ASH I NGT< >N IN \N I»
FOR THK COUNTY OF THURST«»N.
KOTK E OF SFTTI.KMKNT OF Fl\%l.
auoh \T %MI IIKIHIM; O\
TIO> FOR HISTHIIIt TIOX.
IN RE THE ESTATE OF W. M. SPAIN,
deceased.
Notice is hereby friven tlint H J.
Johnson, the administrator of the above
entitled estate, has filed his final ac
count herein and his petition f«>r dis
tribution, and that the Court has set
Tuesday, the Bth day of September.
1914. at the hour of 2 o'clock IV M and
the court room of 11*e court house of
Thurston County, at Olvmpia. Washing
ton. as the time and place for the hear
ing thereon. Department No. 2.
Now, therefore, all persons interested
therein or having any objections there
to are hereby required to present the
same on or before the said time and at
the said place.
BY ORDER OK THK SUPERIOR
COURT.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
the said Superior Court this 6th day of
August. 1914.
(SEAL) PHIL SKILLMAN,
Deputy County Clerk and Clerk of the
Superior Court. 8-1-5
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE.
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE
STATE OF WASHINGTON IN AND
FOR THURSTON COUNTY
No. 5300 Special Execution.
R S. BASSETT. PlaintlfT
vs.
HAZEN CHASE. Jr.. and LOLA CHASE,
his wife, Defendants.
Under and by virtue of a writ of
Special Execution Issued out of the
Superior Court of the State of Wash
ington. holding terms at Olympia, In
and for Thurston County. In said State,
and dated on the 4th day of August,
1914. on a judgment rendered In said
Court on the Ist day of August. 1914,
In favor of the above named Plaintiff,
and against the above named Defend
ants. for the sum of 939,521.00, togeth
er with an attorney's fee of $1,500, and
costs of suit taxed at $44.50, with Inter
ests at the rate of 8 per cent per an
num from date thereof, and amounting
in all to the sum of $41,065.50.
Which said writ of Special Execution
was to me as Sheriff of Thurston Coun
ty, Washington, duly directed and de
livered. and by which I am commanded
to sell at public auction, according to
law, the following described real es
tate, to-wlt:
Lots or Tracts Nos. 76, 77, 80, 81, 82, 86
to 94 Inclusive, 98, 99, 100, 103, to 150
inclusive, 152 to 191. Inclusive, 194 to
I 207 Inclusive, 214, 215, 221 to 234 Inclu
sive, 237 to 245 Inclusive, 248 to
278 Inclusive, as said lots or
tracts are set forth and designated
on a certain Map or plat marked "Bos
ton Harbor Water Front Tracts"
Division No. 2, said Map or plat being
of record In the office of the Auditor of
the County of Thurston, State of Wash
ington, all situated in Thurston County,
Washington.
Now, therefore, public notice Is here
by glvem that on the sth day of Sep
tember. 1914, at 2 o'clock P. M. of said
«ay, at the front door of the Court
House, on Fourth street, In the City of
Olympia, Thurston County, Washing
ton, I will sell the above described real
•state 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.
P> "frrPwl ■£?F RT . STATE OF WASHINGTON IN AND
FOR THE COUNTY OF THURSTON.
THURSTON COUNTY, Plaintiff, \ ~ K .
A P. DOWUNO, and IDA 1
TOLLNER, HENRY HITT, J. R. I
CAMERON. ELLEN J. CHAMBER-/
LAIN, DJ. ELDER, G. P, GOOD-f
- A. BARNES, W. &l SUMMONS.
ROBINSON, T. R. HORNER, SADIE)
I a a ASP, EMMA/ NO.
& BEDFORD, C. M. PORTMAN,
B. ERNT, M. and JAMES O'CON-V
NER, and all persons unknown, Ifl
any, having or claiming to have an I
Interest or estate In and to said J
FsnKnts' °' any part thereof ' De«y
•od all persons hereinafter named, as owners of the hereinafter described
veal property, and to all persons unknown. If any, having or claiming to
have an Interest or estate In and to said property, or any part thereof:
Ysu, and each of you. are hereby notified that the above named Plaintiff,
Thurston County, one of the lawfully organised and existing counties of the
State of Washington, Is the owner and holder of certificates of delinquency
Issued In one general certificate In book form and dated June Ist, 1914, by the
County Treasurer of Thurston County. Washington, to said Thurston County
(or the several amounts set opposite each lot, tract or parcel of land here
inafter more particularly described and set forth, the same being the amount
then due and delinquent upon each lot, tract, or parcel of land, respectively,
for taxes for the year 1902, and the years thereto (as will more specifically
appear by reference to each separate description), together with interest,
penalty and costs thereon up to and Including the first day of June, 1914, each
auch lot, tract or parcel of land having been assessed to the persons whose
aamee precede the description thereof; each and all of the persons herein
before and hereinafter named, being the reputed owner of the lot, tract, or
parcel, the description whereof follows his name; all of said property being
•Rusted In Thurston County, Washington, and more particularly described
as follows: v.—w
"W "?• . Aaaeeaed te Description Let Block Amt. Dee
ss 1 J. P. Dowllng Charles A. 811..
.. . lings' Add. ... 9 4S $ .80
68 I Stella and Ida Toltner.. .Charles A 81l-
J" lings' Add. IB AlO 82 .88
88 • Henry Httt Boston Harbor 39 24 ,7b
M 4 J R. Cameron Capital View Add. 18 29 1.86
88 8 Ellen J. Chamberlain ....Lemon Add. 8A 4 1 .81
88 8 Ellen J. Chamberlain ... .Lemon Add. 9A 10 1 .81
88 T D. J. Elder Second Capital
Addition 21 88 .78
18 8 G. P. Goodpasture ......Woodruff's Add West 12
ft. lots
mm s.* „ . - 13 A 14 81 1.80
S8 8-10. G. A. Barnes An undivided half Interest in
the following described
land lying In BARNES AD-
H. V • . : i DITION TO TUMWATER;
»' . i •* Com. at NE cor. of lot 2,
. «'"*■ i! ~ Block 40; N. 880 ft; E. 80
•" ■ ' ft.; 8. 880 ft; W. 80 ft.;
•• . being that part of Liberty
Ave. lying west of the 816
of Lot 48 now vacated .84
88 11 W. & Robinson Home Add. Ito 8 12 .99
88 12 T. R. Horner Home Add. 6 12 .70
88 18 W. 8. Robinson Home Add .. 8 12 .64
88 14 Badle L. Cleveland Home Add. 12 AlB 12 .81
88 16 W. S. Robinson Home Add. 14 to 17 12 1.13
68 18 C. B. Asp Home Add. 18 to 20 12 .97
68 17 Emma 8. Bedford Puget City 27 A 28 36 .73
68 18 C. M. Portman Bqulres' Addition 7A 8 25 .81
88 It B. Erny Gallther's Add. to
Brighton
Park 11 to IS 1 ,9i
88 28 M. A James O'Conner ... .Sec. 24, T. IS North Range 2
W. W. M. Com. 675 ft. N.
of SE cor. of the SW>4 of
SWI4 N. If W. to West
border line of BWI4 of
SWI4; a strip 50 ft on each
side of said line $2.72
That all of said several amounts hereinbefore set opposite said several
descriptions of property, bear interest at the rate of (15 per cent) fifteen per
cent per annum from and Including the first day of June, 1914, until pay
ment thereof be made or judgment be entered herein.
And you, and each of you. are hereby summoned to appear within sixty
day after the first publication of this Summons, to-wlt: within sixty days
after July 24, 1914, exclusive of said day. and defend the above entitled
action In the court aforesaid, or pay the amount due as above set forth,
upon each of such lots, tracts or parcels of land of which you are the owner,
or reputed owner, or in which you have or claim to have any Interest or
•state together with the costs.
In case of your failure to do so, judgment will be rendered foreclosing
•eld lien for certificate of delinquency, taxes, penalty. Interest and costs,
against each such lot, tract or parcel of land hereinbefore mentioned and de
scribed.
Any pleading or process may be served upon the undersigned attorney for
said plaintiff at the address hereinafter below stated.
THURSTON COUNTY,
By W. H. Brltt
Treasurer of said Thurston County,
State of Washington.
THOS. L. O'LEART,
County Prosecuting Attorney and At
*r.rn rv
Office and P. O. Address: Suite 8, Funk-Volland Building, Olympia, Washing
ton. 7-4-7
'together with increased costs and ln
! creased interest.
Dated at Olvmpia. Washington, this
j 4th day of August. 191 4.
FRED W. McCORKLE.
• Sheriff of Thurston County, Washing
i ton
HASTINGS & ST EDM AN.
i < 4 Haller BMg . Seattle. Wash.
Attorneys f«u Plaintiff. 8-1-5
.
IN THK SUPERIOR COURT OF THE
STATE OF WASHINGTON IN AND
I FOR THK COUNTY (>F Till RS'D>N
NOTICE TO CREDITOR*.
IIN R K TIIE EST AT E O F MA R Y M
! CAToN. deceased.
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN THAT
the undersigned A. S. Union has been
appointed administrator with the will
annexed of the estate of Mary M. Caton.
deceased, and
i Notice is further given that all per
j sons having elainis against the said de
ceased or against the said estate he and
they in hereby required to present the
jsame to the undersigned personally or
at his residence on West Fourth Street
| Olvmpia. Washington or to his nttor
(! neys. Messrs. Troy & Sturdevant, Suite
j 4 ByrriV Building. Olympia, Washing
ton. on or before twelve months from
the date of the first publication of this
| notice, or else the same will be forever
barred.
A. S. CATON,
Administrator with the Will annexed of
the estate of Mary M. Caton, deceased.
Date of first publication, July 31, 1914.
7-5-5
i "
IN THE SUPERIOR CHERT OF THE
STATE OF WASHINGTON IN AND
FOR THE COUNTY OF THURSTON.
ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE WHY REAL.
ESTATE SHOULD NOT RE SOI.D.
IN RE GUARDIANSHIP OF MAUD
WRIGHT, and Incompetent person.
This matter oomlnn on to be heard
on the Petition of Fred H. Wright,
guardian of the above named Maud
Wright, Incompetent, for leave to sell
all of her Interest In the following de
scribed real estate, situate. lying and
'being In Thurston County, Washington,
to-wlt:
Commencing at a point on the South
boundary line of Levi H. Offutt's Dona
tion Claim and on the East side of Main
Street In Olympia, Washington, being
the point of Intersection of the said
South boundary line with the East line
of said Main Street in Olympia, Wash
ington, running thence North along the
«ide of said Main Street 40 rods; thence
East 40 rods; thence South 40 rods;
thence West along said South boundary
line of said OfTutt Donation Claim to
place of beginning, containing ten
acres; the said mentioned tract being
also Wright's Central Addition to Olym
pia, Washington,
Also
Lot Two (2), Block Three (3), and
Lots One (1), Two (2) and Four (4),
of Block Four (4), of Ward's Homestead
Addition, In Section Twenty-six (26),
Township Eighteen (18), North Range
Two (2) Weßt of W. M„
Also
The West half of the Southeast quar
ter (W. 1-2 of S. E. 1-4) and the East
half of the Southwest quarter (E. 1-2
of S. W. 1-4) of Section Twenty-eight
(28), Township Seventeen (17), North
Range Two (2) West W. M.,
Also
Fractional Blocks Five (6), and Six
(6), and fraction Lot Five (5), Block
Seven (7), In Central Addition to Olym
pia, Washington,
The said undivided interest In the
above described land of said Maud
Wright being an undivided one-eigh
teenth interest and an undivided one
seventh of two-eighteenths Interest
therein.
It appearing to the Court that It Is
TIIK WASHINGTON STANDARD, AUGUST 21. 1914
for the l.rst Interests "f the said Maud
j Wright t'o sell her said interest in said
is:.l estate, and that it Is necessary so
to do for it.-r care and custody.
IT Is THERFORE ORDERED, that
j the said petition he heard on the sth
! day "f September. 1914. in the above
entitled court. At the hour of two o'~
iolook P. M in Department No. 1 thereof
IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that all
{persons having an> objection or any
reason to offer as to why said petition
'should not be granted shall present the
l same on or bef. te said time and at said
place and show cause, if any they have,
wbv said petition should not be grant
| ed. '
Dated this 3rd dav of August. 1914.
C. K. CLAYPt » >L.
x-1-5 Judge.
NOTICE OK SHERIFF'S SALE.
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE
STATE OF WASHINGTON IN AND
FOR THURSTON COUNTY.
MORGAN -TANNB H ILL COMPANY, a
I Corporation, Plaintiff.
vs.
I S. A. McNULTY, Defendant.
No. 5343 General Execution.
Under and by virtue of a writ of
General Execution issued out of the Su
| perior Court of the State of Washing
i ton. holding terms at Olympia, in and
I for Thurston County, in said State, and
dated on the lOtli day of August, 1914.
on a judgment rendered in said Court
on the 23rd day of May. 1914. in favor
|of the above named Plaintiff, and
I against the above named Defendant, for
; the sum of $189.89, and costs of suit
! taxed at $19.20. with interest at the rate
of 6 per cent per annum from date
i thereof, and amounting in all to the
sum of $210.66, Less $133.66 paid there
on August 6th. 1914, leaving a balance
unpaid of $77.00.
Which said writ of General Execution
was to me as Sheriff of Thurston Coun
ty, Washington, duly directed and de
livered, and by which I am commanded
to sell at public auction, according to
law, the following described real es
tate, to-wlt:
The West half of the Southeast quar
ter of the Southwest quarter and the
Southwest quarter of the Southwest
quarter of Section 6, Township 16
North of Range 2 West, W. M., situate
in Thurston County, Washington.
Now. therefore, public notice Is here
by given that on the 12th day of Sep
tember, 1914, at 10 o'clock A. M of said
day, at the front door of the Court
House, on Fourth street, in the City of
Olympia, Thurston County, Washing
ton, I will sell the above described real I
estate at public auction to the highest
bidder for cash, or so much thereof as j
may be necessary to raise sufficient to :
satisfy said last above named amount,
together with Increased costs and In
creased Interest.
Dated at Olympia. Washington, this '
13th day of August, 1914.
FRED W. McCORKLE. I
Sheriff of Thurston County, Washing
ton.
P. M. Troy, Olympia, Wash., Attorney
for Plaintiff. 8-2-5
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE
STATE OF WASHINGTON, IN AND
FOR THE COUNTY OF THURSTON.
No. 5070.
SUMMONS BY PUBLICATION.
JOHN BATSCHI and IDA BATSCHI,
his wife, and PETER BATSCHI and
ALMA BATSCHI, his wife. Plaintiffs,
vs.
WESTERN GAS AND POWER COM
PANY, a corporation. Defendant.
THE STATE OF WASHINGTON, to
the Defendant, WESTERN GAS AND
POWER COMPANY, a corporation:
You are hereby summoned to appear
within sixty (60) days after the date
of the first publication of this summons,
towlt: within sixty days after the 21st
day of August, 1914, and defend the
above entitled action in the court above
named, and answer the complaint of
plaintiffs and serve a copy of your an
swer or other pleading upon the under
signed, attorneys for plaintiffs, at the
address below stated; and in case of
your failure so to do judgment will be
rendered against you according to the
demand and prayer of the complaint of
plaintiffs, which complaint has been
filed with the clerk of the above enti
tled court;
The object of the above action Is to
obtain a decree of said court cancelling
and terminating a certain lease to real
property in the State of Washington,
made by Elum A. Collins and wife to
Arthur D. Lord upon the 27th day of
April, 1911, and recorded In Volume 80
of Deeds at page 333, Records In the
office of the Auditor of Thurston Coun
ty, Washington, which lease was duly
assigned by said Arthur D. Lord to
said defendant above named upon the
20th day of September, 1911, which as
signment was recorded In Volume 80 of
Deeds on page 333, Records In the office
of the County Auditor of Thurston
County, Washington, and removing the
cloud said lease constitutes upon said
lands, and for such other and further
relief In the premises as may to the
court seem meet and proper.
LEO ft FLASKETT,
, Attorneys for Plaintiffs.
Office and P. O. Address: Suite 404 Bank
of California Building, Tacoma,
Washington. 8-3-7
COMMISSIONERS' MINUTES
MONDAY, JULY «, 1914
COMMISSIONERS' MINUTES,
Board met at 10 o'clock with all pres
ent
The Board on motion approved for
paynient estimate No. 4 on Permanent
Highway No. 2A in the sum of $1818.62.
The Supervisor of Road District No.
6 was ordered to open the Barnes road
for travel.
Contract was entered into with
Guiles ft Schlosser for the Installation
of a new heating plant In the Court
House In accordance with plans and i
■Peclfloatlons of architect for the sum
OI f lUoS.U".
Various petitions of the County
Treasurer for correction of erroneous
assessments were granted.
Cu / T .f nt , ex P enae bills were allowed In
the following amounts: Relief of poor.
Poor Farm expense.
$456.50; Department of Weights ft
Measures, $196.00; Poor Farm repairs.
$6.40; Assessor's office. $22.38' J P
-f xpenße '. ,3 i 60; Stationery!
$21.36. Treasurer's office. $12.69; County
«H y i k C o t .J 3010 "- Expense of Sheriff,
$131.52; Jail expense, $32 50; Furniture
for Court House, $118.90; Court Ex
pense. $45.00; County Attorney, sß.6s; i
°* County Superintendent,
Expenses of County Engineer.
$31.40; Court House repairs, $88.13; I
Court House expense, $119.27; Mlscel- i
laneous expense, $141.65.
Road bills wefe allowed and ordered
paid out of the funds of the various
road districts as follows; Dist. No 1.
$380.37; Dlst. No. 2, $1785.75- Dlst No
3 ; »J»™: Dist No. 4, sl3 95; Dlst No! ■
Bills amounting to $437.34 were al- I
lowed and ordered paid out of the Oen- '
eral Road & Bridge Fund.
Bills amounting to $279.07 were al
lowed and ordered paid out of the Game
r una. I
Ordered that 800 ft. of wire fencing
for fencing right-of-way
on the Tilly road and 800 ft. on the
Skookumchuek road.
Treasurer's report for months of May
and June were approved.
, Boajd adjourned to meet Monday,
July 20th at 10:00 A. M.
I IN Till-: SUPERIOR COURT OK TUB
STATE OF WASHINGTON IN AND
FOR THE COUNTY OF THURSTON
NOTICE.
IN RE THE ESTATE OF HELEN B.
AND FRED SNYDER, deceased.
I NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thut R.
| It. Hoy. the special administrator here
on has filed his final account and report
! herein, and that the court has set Mon
day the Hist day of September, I9H,
j it the hour of s o'clock I*. M. and the
I court room of the court house of Thurs-
I ton County, at Olympla. Washington.
I Department No. 3. as the time and
, place for the hearing of the said final
account ami report, and
NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that
all persons having any objections there
to be and they are hereby required to
J present the same on or before the said
time and at said place.
BY ORDER OF THE SUPERIOR
COURT.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
the said court this 18th day of August,
1911.
(SEAL) 1). G. PARKER,
County Clerk and Clerk of the Superior
Court. 8-3-5
Olynipia friends received word last
Olympia friends received word this
!week of the marriage in Elma Wed
; nesday of Ed Bohac, a former resi
dent of this city and son of Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph Bohac of this city, to
Miss Lena Baldwin of Elma, the cere
mony being witnessed by a few rela
tives and intimate friends.
• • * •
Mrs. C. E. Todd of this city was
re-elected president of the Puget
Sound Conference of the Women's
Home Missionary Society of the
Methodist church, at the close last
week of its annual convention in
this city, and Tacoma was chosen for
next year's meeting. The conven
tion went on record as heartily favor
ing the state-wide and national pro
hibition bills.
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❖ Announcements *
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(PAID ADVERTISEMENT)
FOR CONGRESS, THIRD DISTRICT
I hereby respectfully announce
that I am a candidate for nomination
on the Democratic ticket for Repre
sentative in Congress, Third Con
gressional district, State of Washing
ton, subject to the action of the vot
ers at the primaries to be held Sep
tember 8, 1914.
CHARLES DRURY,
Tacoma, Wash.
(Paid Advertisement)
GEORGE TURNER
DEMOCRAT
Of Spokane
Candidate for
UNITED STATES SENATOR
Subject to the primaries Sept. 8.
(PAID ADVERTISEMENT.)
Vancouver, Wash., June 8, 1914.
To the Democratic voters of the
Third Congressional District, state of
Washington:
I respectfully announce that I am
a candidate for Representative in
Congress, Third Congressional Dis
trict, state of Washington, at the
coming election in November, subject
to the action of the Democratic vot
ers at the primary election, Septem
ber 8, 1914.
WM. E. CASS, M. D.
(PAID ADVERTISEMENT.)
STATE REPRESENTATIVE.
I hereby respectfully announce
that I will be a candidate for nomina
tion for re-election as state represen
tative from Thurston county, subject
to the action of the Republican vol
ers at the September primaries.
W. DEAN HAYS.
(PAID ADVERTISEMENT)
COUNTY CLERK.
I hereby announce that I am a can
dldate for nomination on the Repub
lican ticket for the office of Count;
Clerk and ex-offlcio Clerk of the Su
perior Court of Thurston County
Washington, subject to the voters a
the Primary election to be held Sep
tember 8, 1914.
Very respectfully,
PHIL SKILLMAN.
2808 Main St., Olympla, Washington
(PAID ADVERTISEMENT)
FOR COUNTY CLERK.
I hereby respectfully announce thai
I am a candidate for nomination foi
the office of County Clerk, subject tc
the action of the Repuollcan voters al
the September primaries.
JAMES N. STANFORD.
(PAID ADVERTISEMENT)
COUNTY CLERK
I hereby announce that I am a can
didate for nomination on .the Repub
lican ticket for the office of county
clerk and ex-offlcio clerk of the super
ior court of Thurston county, Wash
ington, subject to the voters at the
primary election to be held Septem
ber 8, 1914. Very respectfully,
I. N. HOLMES,
1009 East Third St., Olympia, Wash.
(PAID ADVERTISEMENT.)
SUPERIOR COURT JUDGE.
I hereby announce that I am a
candidate for the nomination on the
non-partisan ticket for judge of the
superior courts of Thurston and Ma
son counties, subject to the voters
at the primary election to be held
September 8, 1914.
Very respectfully,
JOHN M. WILSON,
Olympia, Wash.
(PAID ADVERTISEMENT.)
COUNTY COMMISSIONER
I hereby respectfully announce
that 1 will be a candidate for nomi
nation for County Commissioner,
Third District, from Thurston coun
ty, subject to the action of the Re
publican voters at the September
primaries.
RUDOLPH MORSBACH.
(PAID ADVERTISEMENT.)
SUPERIOR COURT JUDGE.
I hereby announce that I am a can
didate for nomination on the non
partisan ticket for judge of the su
perior courts of Thurston and Ma
son counties, subject to the voters at
the primary election to be held Sep
tember 8, 1914.
Very respectfully,
D. F. WRIGHT,
Shelton, Wash.
(PAID ADVERTISEMENT)
COUNTY COMMISSIONER.
I hereby announce that I am a
candidate on the Republican ticket
for nomination for County Commis
sioner, Third district, subject to the
primary election to be held Septem
ber 8, 1914.
Very respectfully,
D. JOHNSTON,
Little Rock (Mima), Wash.
(PAID ADVERTISEMENT)
COUNTY COMMISSIONER.
I hereby announce that I am a
candidate for nomination for County
Commissioner, Third district, Thurs
ton county, subject to the action of
the Republican voters at the Septem
ber primaries.
Very respectfully,
S. D. JAMES.
Rochester, Wash.
Plans have been perfected for a
big Labor day celebration to be held
at Summit lake, under the direction
of the McCleary band. The celebra
tion will begin in the evening of Sat
urday, September 5, and continue
through Sunday and Monday. Sports
of various kinds will be staged. The
band boys lost on their Fourth of
July celebration, which was much
the same kind, but expect to make it
up Labor day.
Fanners Market Place
■ FOR SALE—Duroc Jersey boars—
the kind to buy to breed and feed.
Come and look my pigs over before
buying. D. W. Bagley, Lacey, Wash.
Tobacco and Cigar Salesmen Wanted
to advertise. Experience unnec
essary. SIOO monthly and traveling
' expenses. Advertise smoking, chew
ing tobacco, cigarettes, cigars. >Send
• 2c stamp for full particulars.
HEMET TOBACCO CO.,
'-6-2 0 New York, N. Y.
FOR SALE—Fine improved water
front property. Almost six acres,
' two miles from City float. For terms
! Inquire at Otis ft Brown, 422 Wash.
st - 8-1-3
FOR SALE—Six months' scholar
ship in Wilson's Modern Business
; college, Seattle. Price reasonable.
■ Address Box 56, R. D. No. 2, Olym
i pia.
FOR SALE—Good cedar posts, deliv
ered in Olympla at $7.00 per hun
dred. Chas. W. Scott, R. D. No. 3,
Box 51.
FOR SALE!—One three-months*
scholarship at Wilson'B Modern Busi
ness college, Seattle. Reasonable
price. Phone 12F12, Olympla.
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FOR SALE—Jersey bull, "Emlnent's
Gray Jessie's Boy," A. J. C. C. No.
121,169, yearling. J. R. Walthew,
R. F. D. No. 2, Olympia, PUone
20F23.
FOR SALE)—One 2-year-old colt.
weight 1100 lbs. E. T. Palmer.
Pleasant Glade, Phone 18F1-4.
FOR SALE—O. I. C. pigs of all ages;
good Jersey bull; three month's
scholarship in Wilson's Modern Busi
ness College. Phone 16F14 or ad
dress Box 11, R. 2, Tumwater.
»
FOR SALE OR TRADE—Horse, In
quire of Victor Dent, Tumwater.
or telephone 22F3. db
The Oxford
GEORGE TAYLOR, Prop.
US Fourth St. Olympla, Wash.
Where Good Fellows Get To
gether.
A Complete Stock of High Grade
Liquors and Cigars.
OUR SPECIALTY:
Atherton Bourbon
211 E. Fourth St

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