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| Legal Notices t"i '.-*«* '•* *:**:* v *:**.* ****** •:*■:-•:* *, *•* IN THK SUPERIOR Ei'KRT <>!■• TIIK STAT!' OK WASHINGTON. FOR THIHSTON (Ml'XTl si >itints Kim im m.if vrioN. No. MAS. HOLLAND-W ASH IN I IT \" M"KTGAGE CO.. H corporation, plaintiff vs. JAMES HOI.ICK. I. KIK M RGLR'K hi- wife. A. C. WILLOUOHBY (or H. K WKhiughhv i. THERESA M. W 11, liOI'OHBY, his wife, and FARMERS A- MKHCHANTS RANK OF KKN TRALIA. Washington, a corporation, Defendants. The State of Washington to the said James Roliek. Kffle M Hollck. his wif. . A. C. Wilionglihy (or H. I'. WillooKhbyi and T'a'M -.1 M. Wlloughhy, his wife. Defenda nts You are hereby summoned to appear within sivte dues after the date of tin first publication of this summons, to •witt Within sixty days after the ISth day of September. 1914, and defend the above entitled action in the above en titled court, and answer the complaint of the plaintiff, and serve a copy of your answer upon the undersigned at tornev for plaintiff at his office helow Stat* ri; and in case of your failure so to do, judgment will he rendered against you according to the demand of the complaint, which has been filed with the clerk of said court The object of the above entitled ac tion Is to foreclose a mortgage upon the following described real property In Thurston County, Washington, to wlt: The Wast half of the Northeast quar ter of the Northwest quarter of Sec tion Four (4), Township Fifteen (In) Morth of Range Three (.1) West of the TSrillamette Meridian, save and except a strip of land along the ■west side of the above described tract thirty feet In width along the right of way of the Northern Pacific Railway Company and adjacent thereto across the Southwest corner of said tract and save and except the right of way of the Northern Pacific Railway Company, across the Southwest corner of said tract. ROBERT F. BOOTH. Attorney for Plaintiff. P. O. Address 911 Bowman Building, Seattle, King County, Washington. 9-3-7 NOTICE FOR PVR 1.1 CAT I ON. Serial No. OSK4. nenartment of the Interior, V. S. LAND OFFICE at Olympia, Wash ington. September 16. 1914. NOTICE is hereby given that Thomas L Morgan, of Tnmwater, Washington, who, on June 17. 1911, made Homestead Entrv, No. 0584, for NEI4 of NE'A, Section 28. Township 17 North. Range 1 West, Willamette Meridian, has filed notice of intention to make Final Three year Proof, to establish claim to the land above described, before the Reg ister and Receiver of the United States Land Office, at Olympia, Washington, on the 7th day of November, 1914. Claimant names as witnesses: Sap Oroves, of Tumwater, Washington. Jake B. Sudman, of Olympia, Washing ton. . Charley Waldrick. of Tumwater, Wash ington. Mllo Thompson, of Tumwater, WaSh- Ington. FRED W. STOCKING, Register. lit 04 THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF WASHINGTON IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF THURSTON. MOTICB OF HEARING ON FINAL AC COUNT AND PETITION FOR DISTRIBUTION. 04 RE THE ESTATE OF J. T. BUSH, Deceased. The administrators having filed here to their final account and petition for distribution, and the court having set the 16th day of November, 1914, at the hour of-2 o'clock P. M. and the court room of the court house of Thurston County, at Olympia, Washington, De portment No. 1 as the time and place tor the settlement of the said final ac count and hearing on the said petition for distribution. Now, therefore, notice is hereby given that all persons having any objections to said final account and petition for distribution be and they are hereby re quired to present the same at the said olace. ens on or before the said time. BV ORDER OF THE SUPERIOR COURT. , , , . WITNESS my hand and the seal of the said superior Court this sth day of October, 1914. D. G. PARKER. County Clerk and Clerk of the Superior Court. • . fSEAL) 10-2-8 — pgemaK* 04 THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF WASHINGTON IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF THURSTON. NOTICE OF HEARING OF SETTLE MENT OF FINAL ACCOUNT AND PETITION FOR DISTRIBUTION. 04 RE THE ESTATE OF MANDANA BUSH, Deceased. The admipistrators with the will an nexed having filed herein their final ac count and petition for distribution and the court having set the 16th day of November, 1914. at the hour of 2 o'clock P. M. and tne court room of the court house of Thurston County at Olympia. Washington, Department No. 1 as the time and place for hearing the said fi nal account and petition for distribu tion Now. Therefore Notice Is hereby giv en that all persons having any objec tions to the said final account and pe tition for distribution be and they are herebv required to present the same at the said place and on or before the said time. BY ORDER OF THE SUPERIOR COURT. , , WITNESS my hand and the seal of the said superior Court this sth day of October. 1914. „ . , D. G. PARKER. County Clerk and Clerk of the Superior Court. „„ „ „ (SEAL) I"" 2 "'' 04 THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STA'VE OF WASHINGTON IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF CHELAN. SUMMONS BY PUBLICATION. WELLS & MORRIS, a corporation, Plaintiff, vs. QUINCY FARMS COMPANY, a corpora tion. H. G. OTIS and JANE DOE OTIS, (true christian name unknown) his wife, Defendants. THE STATE OF WASHINGTON. To the above named Quincy Farms Com pany, a corporation, H. G. Otis aftf Jane Doe Otis (true christian name un known) his wife, DEFENDANTS: You and each of you are hereby sum moned to appear within sixty days af ter the date of the first publication of this summons, to-wlt. within sixty days after the 9th day of October, 1914. and defend the above entitled action in the above entitled court, and answer the complaint of the plaintiff, and serve a copy of your answer upon the under signed attorneys for plaintiff at their oßces below stated: and in case of your failure so to do. Judgment will be ren dered against you according to the de mands of the complaint, which has been flled with the clerk of the said court. This action is a suit upon a promts aary note in the sum of f68(,10 signed kgr the defendants above named, Quincy 1 .t' - ''ompiiny. a corporation. and 11. <; Oti>. a.ting t. r 1.I! .IIHI th- IMIII ?• .i.; y . oio; -• «1 <fH. <; < ui- a to! ,Jan« D> • Otis (trim christian imnm un knovnl his \\if<\ ami tho <•' ts and ir i 'O this action are to ret over MI A^:.l inst the cbftni.MD and carh «if tlu-m for the sum <»f s»;s too-tlmr with int»t<-t and plaintiff's o< -ts and di .t .-»-m«nts. ui:i:vi:S. OUT >LLAIM » \ NTOLLA I:I • .vtt«»rn« \ > for I'l ».ntiff. POST OF FIFE ADDRESS: U'i'imti hee Ehmlan County. Washing ton. 10---7 IN Tin-; SEE; RNNIT CK THE STATU t»l WASHINGTt r\ IN AM' FOR THK OM'NTV OF THEKSTON \<ll ic i-: T»*i < IU:IHTOH:-. IN UK Tin: F;STATI-: OF LKOPULD F. SCHMIDT. DOT-EAST <l, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that by the terms <»f the A\"i 11 of tin- above nam ed Leopold F Schmidt, deceased. lVt«-r G. Schmidt Frederick \V Schmidt, atnl Frank M Kenney have en appointed executors of the said Will. Notice is therefore given that all par ties having: cia»ms against the said de ceased or against the estate of the said Leopold F\ Schmidt, deceased be and they are hereby required to present the same either in person to Deter G. Schmidt, or Frederick W. Schmidt, or to Frank M. Kennev, or to the said I'eter G. Schmidt or Frederick W. Schmidt at their office in Tumwater. Washington, or to Frank M. Kenney at his office in the Glvuipia National Lank, Olympia. Washington, on or before twelve months from the date of the first publication of this notice, or else the same will be forever barred. Pate of first publication October 16, 1914. PETER G. SCHMIDT. FREDERICK W. SCHMIDT, FRANK M. KENNEY. 10-3-5 NOTICE TO ELECTORS. The polling places for the Primary Election to be held November the 3rd, 1914, are as follows: First Ward. Ist Precinct, No. 119 West Fifth Street. 2nd Precinct, "The Lobby", 702 Adams Street. Second Ward. City Hall, 106 West Third Street. Third Ward. Ist Precinct "Union Block", 617 East Fourth Street. 2nd Precinct, No. 713 Union Street, (Old Sternberg House.) Fourth Ward. Ist Precinct, 614 East Fourth Street. 2nd Precinct, 301 Tullis Street. Fifth Ward. Ist Precinct, G. A. R. Hall, 12th and Washington Streets. 2nd Precinct, 317 East Union Street. 3rd Precihct, Hose House, 106 East Nineteenth Street. Sixth Ward. 1408 Brawne Avenue, Near West side Store. I. N. HOLMES, City Clerk Published October 23 and 30, 1914. IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED STATES FOR THE WEST ERN DISTRICT OF WASHINGTON. NORTHERN DIVISION In Bankruptcy, No. .1340. NOTICE TO CREDITORS. IN THE MATTER OF GEORGE B. LAZIER, Bankrupt. To the creditors of George B. Lazier, of Olympia, Washington, In the county of Thurston, and district aforesaid. Bankrupt: Notice Is hereby given that on the 7th day of October, 1914, the said George B. Lazier was duly adjudicated bank rupt, and that the first meeting of the creditors will he held at the office of the undersigned Referee In Bankruptcy, In Seattle, on the sth day of November, 1914, at 2 o'clock p. m., at which time the said creditors may attend, prove •their claims, appoint a trustee, examine the bankrupt, and transact such other business as may properly come before said meeting. C. R. HAWKINS, Referee in Bankruptcy. October 19. 1914. ALLEN WEIR, Attorney for George B. Lazier. 10-4-1 NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF WASHINGTON IN AND FOR THURSTON COUNTY. Xo. Special Execution. B. H. RHODES, Plaintiff T. J. FLEMMING ETAL.. Defendants. Under and by virtue of a writ of Special Execution Issued out of the Superior Court of the State cf Washing ton, holding terms at Olympia. In and for Thurston County, In said State, and dated on the 19th day of October, 1914, on a judgment rendered in said Court on the 19th day of October, 1914, lr, 'svor of the above named Plaintiff and ' alnst the above named Defendants, for the sum of 11667.95, together with an attorney's fee of SIOO.OO, and costs of suit taxed at $13.75, with interest at he rate of S per cent per annum from date thereof, and amounting In all to the sum of One thousand seven hundred eight-one and .70 ($1781.70) Dollars. Which said writ of Special Execution was to me as Sheriff of Thurston Coun ty, Washington, duly directed and de livered. and by which 1 am commanded to sell at public auction, according to law. the following described real estate to-wit: Beginning at a point thirty (30) tent East of the northeast corner of the Asher Sargent Donation Land Claim in section 30 Township 1G North of Range 2 West of W. M. and running from thence north 2 degrees 11 minutes East 1900 feet: thence north 5 degrees 56 minutes East 357.9 feet; thence south c. <'..p-rops 25 minutes east 512 feet; thence north 43 degrees 04 minutes east 1 <60.4 feet; thence south 88 degrees 40 minutes east 1281.9 feet; thence south 0 degrees 05 minutes east 1349.9 feet; thence south 2622.7 feet; thence north 89 degrees 13 minutes west 1161.6 feet; thence north 151.5 feet thence north 89 degrees 22 minutes west 1945.5 feet to place of beginning, containing 224.78 acres of land more or less. Fvrenting however therefrom a strip of land 60 feet wide on each side of a iine described as follows: Beginning at a point 267.8 feet east of the northeast corner of the Asher Sargent Donation Claim above mentioned, then running from thence north 22 degrees 42 minutes east 3717.2 feet to the north boundary of the land described, the same being known as the Cnlon Pacific right of way and containing 8.76 acres more or less. Also conveying the south half of the southwest quarter (S 14 of Kv. 14) of section twenty (20) Township sixteen (16) north of range two (2) west of W. 51. containing SO acres more or less. And the above described property comprising a part of the Lawton Case Donation Claim and all of lot 1 of sec tion 19 and lots 4 and 5 of section 30 and S 14 of SW 14 of section 20 Twp 16 north of range 2 west of W. M. Now therefore, public notice Is hereby given that on the 21st day of November. 1914, at 2 o'clock P. M. of said day, at the front door of the Court House, on Fourth street, in the City of Olympta. Thurston County, Washington, I will THE WASHINGTON' STANDARD. Of Toll Kll 25. I'M 4 There's Only One MODERN MANURE SPREADER, and its name is JOHN DEERE NOTE THESE FEATURES: Only 38 inches from top of box to the ground; 50-inch Drive Wheels; Only two levers; Just like a wagon when out of gear; No clutches; No chains; All driving parts mounted on main axle; No strains or stresses on frame or panels; Indestructible steel frame; Simplest Spreader made; The Only Spreader with Beater Mounted on Main Axle Call and see the Spreader in operation and compare it with others. Then decide. P. J. O'BRIEN Third and Columbia Streets, Olympia, Washington. sell the above, described real estate 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 costs and increased in terest. Dated at Olympia, Washington, this 14th day of October, 1914. FRED W. McCORKLE, herlff of Thurston County, Washington. B. H. RHODES, Centralia, Wash., At torney for Plaintiff 10-4-5 GENEROUS RESPONSE TO Y. M. G. A. GALL FINANCIAL CAMPAIGN MEETING SUCCESS, SECRETARY REPORTS. Very generous response to the ap peal of the local Y. M. C. A. in the financial campaign instituted recent ly is reported by Secretary Stanley Shaw, the campajgn having been started by the announcement by C. H. Springer, Millard Lemon and Fred W. Stocking that they had cancelled notes they held against the associa tion, amounting in all to $6,675, with accrued interest of $1,335. This generous gift reduced the in debtedness of the association from $21,500 to $14,825, and the directors of the association are now endeavor ing to raise by public subscription enough money to reduce the debt to less than $12,000, thereby taking care of all floating accounts. Dis cussing the campaign Secretary Shaw said this week: "Young Men's Christian associa tions everywhere have found by ex perience that the various fees paid by the members will yield only from 50 to 90 per cent of the necessary operating expense of the institution, the larger" the city, the larger the percentage. This means that the other 10 to 50 per cent must be rais ed by public subscription, the smaller the city the larger the percentage, and in cities the size of Olympia, about 25 per cent is the average raised by subscription. During the past four years, since the association has been operating in the new build ing, Olympia. people have not been asked, and have therefore not sub scribed this necessary 25 per cent. "The Young Men's Christian asso ciation is in Olympia especially, a unique institution," he continued, "having for its field young men and boys, and for its purpose the culti vation and safeguarding of charac ter. The association endeavors, by a program of social and athletic acti vities attractive to almost any boy, to make it natural for him to choose the right and reject the wrong ideals for his life. Almost every boy who completes the public school course is touched by one or another of the many activities of the association, and by its ideals." Plans for a dancing party, to be one of the largest events of the fall, are being made by the local lodge of Eagles, to be held at the Tumwater club on the evening of November 7. This will be the first social affair of fered by the local lodge since the state convention met here last sum mer. FARMERS MARKET FOR SALE—Dark bay driving mare, 7 years old; weighs about 1000 lbs. Inquire at 10F4. TO TRADE—Mare, age 8, single or double, gentle, will trade for cow or heifers. George Bump, Route 3, Olympia. WANTED IN TRADE—A cow and calf or two heifers in exchange for a small driving team of good life. Telephone 15F2. «% MONEY 0% MONEY 0% Loans may be obtained for any purpose on acceptable Real Estate security; liberal privileges; corres pondence solicited. A. C. AGENCY COMPANY 758 Gas, Electric Bklg, Denver, Colo. 440 Phelan Bldg., San Francisco. WHAT HAPPENED IN OLYMPIA AND STATE TWENTY-FIVE YEARS AGO Eroin The Washington Standard Fo October 22, 18«4. Vol. IV. No. 50. When the war commenced the navy of the United States consisted olf 90 vessels, managed by 7,600 sailors. Now it has 337 vessels and from 50,- 000 to 60,000 officers and men. The elections held last week in Ohio, Indiana and Pennsylvania have gone very decidedly for the adminis tration. Elections have now taken place in five states since the nomina tions were made and all have gone for the administration by decided ma jorities. We are informed that a fatal shoot ing affray occurred on White river on Wednesday last, in which one man, name unknown, was killed, and Jos eph Brannon seriously wounded. Mr. J. P. Judson informs us that a party of eight men came into Steila coom this week from the Natchez pass and showed rich specimens of gold quartz found in that vicinity of the Cascade mountains. Jos. Kellett, sheriff of Thurston county, requests us to urge those on the delinquent tax list to pay up be fore the end of this month. The first number of the "Washing ton Democrat", published in this place by Urban E. Hicks, has beep re ceived. It is decidedly the most vio lent, outspoken Copperhead sheet we have seen on the Coast, being filled with vituperative abuse of President Lincoln and his administration. Mrs. Isabel Ambler Gilman. for merly a resident of Olympia but late ly of Alaska, who organized the Thurston County Women's Educa tional club, will speak at the club at Its meeting here Saturday. GCOii M IK J. S. BHD'S SELECTION TKI.I.S HOW "1511.I.Y" HOPKINS UK AT ROCKWELL WITH KOCHKSTKK MAX About as lively a bit of politicnl gossip as lias been floating around here this fall lies behind the selection of J. Sox Brown of Rochester as one of the Republican candidates for the legislature, after an exciting meeting of the Republican county central com mit tee a week ago last Saturday. Fact is, the story's too good to keep—too good, for one thing, because Brown himself was the most surprised man in the crowd when he discovered he had been selected. The story begins with ttie assertion by several persons that only a few minutes before the meeting \V. Dean Hays, the primary nominee, vowed he would not resign, though his res ignation was formally presented to ttie committee only a little while lat er, and it ends with W. W. Hopkins, the Republican stale committeeman for this county, nominating and ob taining the election of a man as can didate whom he did not know and who had "bawled him out," as the story goes, earlier in the meeting. Where (he Racket Started. Tho racket of course started with the tangle surrounding the Olvmpia Bank 'ft Trust company, in which W. Dean Hays was the chief figure, and front the time the first charge was placed against him as the result of itr closing, die Republicans had been en deavoring to get him to withdraw from the ticket. One man after an other was sent to persuade him, and the rest of the candidates went up in to the air every time the "persuader" came back and told them Hays would not quit. That left them pret ty frantic and then when T. D. Hock well, next high candidate to Hays and Morrison, the nominees, in the pri mary, decided he ought to be named in ease Hays should withdraw, the antics got. quite lively. Immediately the cry was started, by Hopkins so the story goes, that the candidate should he chosen from the south end of tho county. That did not stop Rockwell-—he just worked a. little harder, and at Tenino Satur day morning, before the committee session, thertepublicans of the south end of Thurston county after can vassing the entire field, decided they would prefer Rockwell to any other candidate. William McArthur. pre- cinct committeeman from Tenino, was so instructed and at the committee meeting nominated Mr .Rockwell. The minute that happened, the story goes on to say, Hopkins got "riled up." He is credited with not wanting Rockwell as a candidate, but that did not deter McArthur in ac cusing hint of breaking his promise that the south end of the county should select its own candidate, and it prompted one J. Sox Brown to get up and remark that things were "too cut and dried by the 'ring' to §uit him" and to inquire "who this fellow is that's trying to run things," for Hopkins had just made a little talk. Things Are Wanning Up. From now on the story gels inter esting. A few acrimonious remarks were passed back and forth and dur ing the discussion, Hopkins turned around to some one near him and asked: "Who is that long lanky fel low, anyway?" "J. Sox Rrown of Rochester," was the answer, and Hop kins said: "I'm going to nominate him." And he did. His control of the committee put Brown through. There was just one more act to this little tableaux. When Brown was elected, Hopkins jumped up said: "1 welcome yon into the 'ring.' Mr. Brown," and though he "got" the hit ter's "goat" for a minute, Brown got up and made a little talk. The story does not stop there,, of course. Rockwell and Rockwell's friends, it goes on. are pretty badly peeved and aren't making any bones about it, for Rockwell got 10 votes to 13 for Brown and 2 for R. B. Cher of Tono, whom Tom Gaines nominat ed, on the final ballot. Dr. G. W. Ingham and Mrs. Kate 1,. Young, the two other Republican candidates for the place in the primaries, did no! cut much figure in the committee's balloting, though both were nomi nated. One More Touching Feature, There's just one other little touch ing feature of the story. Hopkins, it says, was prespiring pretty- freely when he walksd away from the meet ing. He had won but it was an ex citing little tussle, and for a minute it looked like his admitted control of Republican affairs in this countv might be broken. Hopkins does not deny running Republican affairs here, nor does any other Republican—what "Billy" says, goes. Naturnllv, there are those who call the Republican ticket this fall Hop kins' ticket. They claim that a vote for any Republican county or legisla tive candidate is a vote for Hopkins. Be that as it may, J. Sox Brown is one legislative candidate—and "Billy" Hopkins nominated Tiim. ! Suit for $15,000 damages has been brought against the Hicks-Haupt mann Navigation company, owner of the steamer "Francis H. Leggett" which went down off the Oregon coast September 11, by Mrs. Edith Jensen of this city, widow of Captain Jens Jensen, who lost his life on the boat. It is charged that the ship was un seaworthy and overloaded and that negligence caused Captain Jensen's death. • • * • Pupils in the various local schools are having great sport this fall in playing soccer football and are re ported to be finding it even more in teresting as well as less dangerous than the old style game. you work, and in playing when you play, and in giving and demanding a square deal in every act of life." HONEY TO LOAN * • • * A. E. CAGWIN 423 Main St. Olyn.pia, Wash. ■» Olympia Wine & Liquor Co. PHONE 309-311 MAIN ST. OLYMPIA, WASH. The Oxford OEOIIGE TA VI.OH, Prop. 110 Fourth St. Olympln, Wnah. Where Good Fellows Get To gether. A Comtilete Stock of High Grade T.ie*iorK srrrl OiVars. OUR SPECIALTY: Atherton Bourbon 211 E. Fourth St l " ll ™ ll Y , . E l "s™" 1 B. F. HALL Shoes Horses And does general blacksmithing WEST FOURTH STREET Next Door to Farmers' Barn. 9 Phone J <lO. Quality OR Top Prices Rock Bottom Good money ought to bring GOOD VALUES. Your money looks best to you and when you part with it you ••,:)lit to get for it as much as you put into getting the money. You are sure of getting both GOOD VALUES and HIGH QUALITY if you will let us make your next Suit, Over coat, or pair of Trusers. They will be made to fit. You should ccme in today and see the new fabrics we have on display. JJiey are ready—the best yet—noth ing like then) anywhere in town. Come" in and let us save you from ss.no to SB.OO on your next suit or overcoat. BARGAINS IN LADIES' COATS We will close them out at your owu price. FRED WEISS, 709 Plain E. W. KEARN'S New Location 317 Main St Large and Comfortable Quarters New Fixtures Olympia Beer, Wines, Liquors and Cigars courteous tiieat wkxt to am., PAUL DETHLTCFSEN, V . JEAN KFt A HNS, , I Prop) letors. v Rare Opportunity IS Acre Ranch Only S9OO S9OO will secure a good, fifteen-acre FARM; five or six acres in cultivation; very level tract; sandy loam; small house and barn; good well; close in. See Uhler 502 Main St. Charley's Saloon c Olympiads Popular Resort All tlie lleMt ltrn ml ft of Imported iinil Domentlc Wlue*. Liquors nu«l Clgarß. 10s W. 4th St. Phono 27 BRAEGER & GRATZER PROPRIETORS.