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I County Legal Notices IN THi; sri'KRIOK O»l l;Y \ »!■* Ti. State of Washington. in and fur U <■ County of Thurston. Millard I• • on | laintlft vs I • •- • \ Wick line, defendant. N> ♦l4 6 Munition*. State of Washington to the said Everett A. Wkkllne. defendant: You are hereby su:nn< »ned tc a, ! - ar within sixty days after the t r»t i• u1 • 11- cation of this summons, t«>\vit within sixty days after the 24th day of l>< m ber. 1916. and defend the above entitled action in the above entitled court, and answer the cmplaint of the plaintiff and serve a f youi ver i; ■ ■ the undersigned attorneys fur plaintiff at their office below stated, and in cast of your failure so tr. 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. This is an action brought by the plaintiff against you upon a promissory note, executed by you to the plaintiff on the 6th day of November, 1911, for 91 ,660, due six months after date and upon which none of the principal or in terest has been paid, and to subject by means of attachment by writ of gar nishment all of your interest in The American Klectric Change-maker Com pany, a corporation of Seattle. Wash ington. and ail of your shares of stock therein to the payment of the said Sromlssory note, and the judgment to e obtained thereupon. TROY & STURDEVANT. Attorneys for Plaintiff. Rooms 206-206-207-208 Olympia Nation al Bank Building. Olympia, Washing ton. 12-4-7 IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE State of Washington for Thurston County. In re Estate of John Twohy, deceased. No. 2023. Xotlrt to Creditor*. Public notice Is hereby given to all persons holding claims against the estate of John Twohy, deceased, to pre sent the said claims to Charles Wlnslow, administrator, at the office of Geo. H. Funk, attorney, Funk-Volland building. In the city of Olympla, Washington, within a period of one year from the date of the first publication hereof. Said claims to be supported by suitable vouchers. And In the event of the failure to so present the same within said period of one year, they will be forever barred. Date of first publication December 51st. 1*16.' CHARLES WINSLOW, Administrator of the Estate of John Twohy, Deceased. 12-5-5 Notice of Sheriff's Sale. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE State of Washington in and for Thurston County. Amelia Bettman. plaintiff, vs. W. C. Oaddy and Nellie Caddy, husband and wife, and J. f. Kearney and C. E. Wiberg, defendants. No. 6122. Special Execution. Under and by virtue of a writ of spe cial execution Issued out of the Supe rior Court of the State of Washington, holding terms at Olympla, in and for Thurston county. In said state, and dated on the 29th day of December, 1915. on a Judgment rendered in said court on the 29th day of December, 1915, in favor of the above named plain tiff, and against the above named de fendants, for the sum of one thousand and eighty-one and 30-100 dollars and coats of ault taxed at thirteen and 40-100 dollars, with Interest at the rate of S per cent per annum from date thereof, and amounting in all to the •um of one thousand and ninety-four aad TO-100 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 I art commanded to sell at public auction, according to law, the following described real estate, towlt: Lots eight (8) and nine (9), ten (10) u< eleven <11) in block two (2), of Pattlson's subdivision of block sixty two (61) of Swan's Addition to Olym pla, Washington, according to the offi cial plat thereof on file and of record In the office of the auditor of Thurston county, state of Washington, less, how /ever, the north half of said lots 8 '■ad I. How, therefore, public notice Is here by given that on the t9th day of Janu ary. I*l*. at 10 o'clock a. m. of said day. at the front door of the court house, on Fourth street. In the city of Olympla, Thurston county, Washing ton. I will sell the above described real estate at public auction to the highest MUir 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 In creased Interest. Dated at Olympla. Washington, this 30th day of December. I*ls. FRED W. McCORKLE, Sheriff of Thuraton County, Washing l/.OT * STURDEVANT, Attorneys for Plaintiff. 12-5-5 lMlw of Skcrir* Bale. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE State of Washington in and for Thurston County. Lottie A. Stone, In the capacity as Bx ecutrlx of the Estate of A. W. Stone, deceased, plaintiff, vs. Daniel M. Daum and Lena Daum, his wife, de fendants. No. 58S8. Special Execu tion. Under and by virtue of a writ of spe cial execution Issued out of the Supe rior Court of the State of Washington, holding terms at Olympla. in and for Thurston county, in said state, and dated on the SOth day of December. lIIS, on a judgment rendered In said court on the 18th day of December. 1(1S, In favor of the above named plaintiff, and against the above named defendants, for the sum of $4,(57.88 and costs of suit taxed at $28.(0, with In terest at the rate of ( per cent per an - Bum from date thereof, and amounting Inall to the sum of 14,(88.40. 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 wit: The northeast quarter of the south east quarter (NBH of SEI4), of section eight (8), township seventeen (17) north, of range two (2) west; also lot two (2), in section nine (9). township seventeen (17) north, of range two (2) west of W. M., leas roads, Thurston county, Washington. Now, therefore, public notice is here by given that on the Itth day of Jan uary, HlB. at 2 o'clock p. m. of said day, at the front door of the court bouse, on Fourth street, in the city of Olympla, Thurston county, Washington, I will sell the above described real estste at public auction to the highest bidder for cash, or so much thereof as may be necessary to raise sufflclent to satisfy Mid last above named amount, together with Increased coats and in creased interest. Dated at Olympla. Washington, this 80th day of December, I*lß. FRED W. IfcCORKLE. Sheriff of Thurston County, Washing- WWTBR * ROBERTS, Lowroan Bldg., Seattle, Wash., Attorneys for Plain ttft 11-5-S IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE State of Washington, In and for the County of Thurston. In re the Estate of Altce M. Crandall, deceased, No. ——. Notice to CieiUsis. Notice li hereby given. That the un derslgned has been appointed adminis trator of the estate of Alice M. Cran dall, deceased, and that all persons having claims agalnat the said estate be ana they are hereby required to pre aent the same to the undersigned per •onally at bla realdence near Olympla, Waahlngton. or to his attorneys. Meear*. Troy ft Sturdevant, at their •See, No. H4-5-»-T, Olympla National i l ' tT k 1i ~ >'l ' ■ ;i.*i Wa - hii gton, • hi;) i tw' i\ ■ . fr<e > tl,« .Int. of j t'n !i>>t | li'ln .i !":i f tin- neti . <.r I else the name will be f rever b'a rred. Mi'RRIS. ■ CI: VNi'Al.I. I A d rr: in i -1! 11 •■ r . f 1 ' . K.-li, .if Ail •• M I < "rand.i IIX, . a ■ d. 1-4-5 City Legal Notices < IT* TllK\*l MEIO H tHIUMTU.i. Notice N here}.; given. That nil war rants of tie I'M-. ~f <• \ 1111 la i~ > 11.. 1 i.n the (!en< riii I'llnd from X. . <,4s up to and Including warrant No, 966 Issued Mill', h 1:»th. 191",, lire li. n In- culled, and no Interest u 1 , allow. ,1 aft. r this date. LOXA SMITH. City Treasurer. Published January 14, 1911. AFPOIXTI% E OFFICERS. Notice is hereby given that Mayor Geo. A. Mottman has appointed and the <"iiy Council of the City of Olympia has confirmed the following officers for the year 1016: CHIEF OF POLICE, A. S. Oaton. CHIEF, FIRE DEPARTMENT, B. H. Barnes. STREET SI'I>ERINTENDENT, E. A. MeClarty. HEAI.TH OFFICER, Robert Kincaid. POT.IOE JUDGE, Walter Crosby. ASSISTANT CITY ATTORNEY, W. W. Manler. W. A. HOAGE, City Clerk. Published January 14 and 21. 1916. COUNCIL COMMITTEES. Notice Is hereby given, That Mayor George A. Mottman has appointed the following standing committees of the City Council for the year 1916: WAYS AND MEANS, Yauger, Maynard, Forstell. ACCOUNTS AND CURRENT EXPENSES. Talcott, Ramberg. Draham. FIRE. LIGHT AND WATER, Ramberg Yauger, Talcott. STREETS. WHARVES AND BRIDGES, McCllntic, Yauger, Draham. HEALTH, POLICE AND PUBLIC PROPERTY, Draham. Talcott, McCllntic. FRANCHISE. LICENSES AND SEWERS, Maynard. McCllntic. Forstell. JUDICIARY. Forstell, Maynard. Ramberg. W. A. HOAGE, City Clerk. Published January 14 and 21, 1916. L. I. D. No. 20S. NOTICE OF ASSESSMENT. IMPROVEMENT OF JACKSON STREET et al., by Building Walks and Cross Walks. Local Improvement District No. 208. Ordinance No. 1412. Notice Is hereby given. That the as sessment roll for the Improvement of Jackson street et al.. by building walks and cross walks, all In the city of Olympla, comprising Local Improve ment District No. 208, under Ordinance No. 1412, under the mode of "Immedi ate Payment," is in my hands for col lection and any assessment thereon or any portion of such assessment may tie paid at any time within thirty (30) days from the date of the first publi cation of this notice, without penalty, Interest or costs. All assessments remaining unpaid at the expiration of said 30 days will be delinquent and will bear interest at the rate of 7 per cent per annum and a penalty of 5 per cent and may be cer tified to the County Treasurer, to be by him collected as are other general taxes. He may Issue certificates of delin quency, Including such delinquent as sessments, with penalty. Interest and costs, and said certificates may be fore closed In the same manner as those issued for general taxes. LONA SMITH, City Treasurer. Published January 21 and 28, 1916. ORDINANCE NO. 1437. AN ORDINANCE ESTABLISHING THE Grade of Twenty-fourth Street Be tween Main and Columbia Streets. The City Council of the City of Olym pla Do Ordain as Follows: Section 1. That the grade of Twenty fourth street between Main and Colum bia Btreets is hereby established as fol lows: * Beginning on the established grade of Main street, 154.75 feet. Thence on a plane to the established grade of Columbia and Twenty-fourth streets. 154.00 feet. All elevations above city datum. Passed January 18, 1916. Approved January 19. 1916. GEO. A. MOTTMAN, Mayor. Attest: W. A. HOAGE, City Clerk. Published January 21 and January 28, 1916. L. I. D. No. 68. CITY TREASURER'S BOND CAM.. Notice is hereby given, Tliat bonds on Local Improvement District Number 68, of the City of Olympla, Washing ton, numbered from 301 to 33S inclu sive, will be paid on and afte>- January 15. 1916. and no interest will be allowed after the given date. LONA SMITH. City Treasurer. Published January 28 and February 4. 1916. 1.. I. D. No. IRS. CITY TREASURER'S BOND CAUL. Notice Is hereby given, That bonds on Local Improvement District Number 155, of the City of Olympla, Washing ton, numbered from 1 to 9 inclu sive. will be paid on and after January 23. 1916. and no Interest will be allowed after the given date. LONA SMITH, City Treasurer. Published January 28 and February 4, 1916. I L. I. D. No. ISA. INSTALLMENT ASSESSMENT NOTICE IMPROVEMENT OF JEFFERSON Street by Grading. Local Improve ment District No. 139. Ordinance No. 1256. Notice is hereby given, That the sec ond annual Installment of the assess ment levied for the Improvement of Jefferson street by grading and gravel ing. all In the City of Olympla. com prising Local Improvement District No. 139, under Ordinance No. 1255, will be due and payable January 27, 1916. and unless payment thereof is made on or before February 2C, 1916, the same will be delinquent and bear Interest at the rate of ( per cent per annum and a penalty of 5 per cent, and may be cer tified to the County Treasurer, to be by him collected as are other general taxes. He may Issue certificates of de linquency, including such delinquent Installment*, with penalty, interest and costs, and said certificates may be fore closed in the same manner as thoae Issued for general taxes. LONA SMITH. City Treasurer. Published January 2S and February 4. 1H«. L. I. D. N». IIS. INSTALLMENT ASSESSMENT NOTICE IMPROVEMENT OF COLUMBIA Street by Paving. Local Improve ment District No. 113. Ordinance No. 1149. Notice Is hereby given. That the fourth annual installment of the asseas m<>nt levied for the Improvement of Columbia street by paving, all In the City of Olympla, comprising Local Im provement District No. 113. under Ordi nance No. 1149, will be due and pay- Tin: AVA<niM,TON STANDARD, FRIDAY, JANUARY 28. 1910, • •.}. . .i.n. -7. 191».. and unless pay • ■ft *t • • ..f i" made ~n or before l-'ebi MIX -• 191':. the same will b d. .. i i .t:. 1 I ar interest at the rate ■■ft. i" lent pei annum and a penaltx ■ 1 5 per cent, and may be certified to i '• tniti Treasure'. *■< be by him col iected an are other general taxes. He may Issui certificates of delinquency, delinquent instail •i:i s v 111 pen. iv. interest and costs. and sa .1 .. rtiflcatea may be foreclosed in i 1 • ;. i'.• ■ manner as th-.se issued for genera; taxes'. LuXA SMITH, i "ity Treasurer. .Published J.'iiuarv -S and Februarv I. 1916. <»m>i\ tM i; mi, ii.t.s. AN "RDINANVi: APPROVING AND confirming the assessment and a.-si ss|ji 4 . n t roll of I.oca I Improve ment District No. 20s for the im p-rovem.'Tit of Sherman Avenue on the west side there if between Jackson Street and Garfield Avenue, and on the east side of Sherman Avenue be tween Harrison and Jackson Avenues; Harrison A\enue on the north side thereof from Rogers Avenue to the west city limits, by constructing sidewalks and crossings, under Ordi nance No. 1412. and levying and as sessing the amounts thereof against the several lots, tracts, parcels of land and other property as shown on said roll, and establishing a Local Improvement Fund. The City Council of the City of Olympia do ordain as follows: Section 1. That the assessment and assessment roll of Local Improvement District No. 208 for the improvement of Sherman avenue on the west side thereof between Jackson street and Garfield avenue, and on the east side of Sherman avenue between Harrison and Jackson avenues; Harrison avenue on the north side thereof from Rogers avenue to the west city limits, by con- 1 structing sidewalks and crossings, ! under Ordinance No. 1412, as the same now stands, be, and the same Is. hereby: in all things approved and confirmed. i Sec. 2. That each of the lots, tracts, i parcels of land and other property j shown upon said roll Is hereby de- | clared to be specially benefited by said ! improvement in at least the amount ! charged against the same and that the I assessment appearing against the same I is in proportion to the several assess- j ments appearing upon said roll. There, is hereby levied and assessed against ' each such lot, tract, parcel of land and other property appearing upon such roll the amount finally charged against the j same thereon. Sec. 3. For the purpose of this im provement there if hereby created and established a special fund to be called "Local Improvement Fund, District No. 208." Passed January 18, 1916. Approved January 19. 1916. GEO. A. MOTTMAN, Mayor. Attest: W. A. HOAOE, City Clerk. Published January 21 and January 28, 1916. ORDINANCE NO. 1430. AN ORDINANCE ESTABLISHING THE Krade of Columbia and Terrace Streets south of Twentieth Street. The City Council of the City of Olympia do ordain as follows: Section 1. That the Krade of Colum bia and Terrace streets south of Twen tieth street is hereby established as fol lows: BeR-InnlnK on the established Krade on the south side of Twentieth street and Columbia street, 151.30 feet eleva tion; Thence south on Columbia street— on a plane—to the north side of Twen ty-fourth street to an elevation of 154.00 feet; Thence .south on Terrace street—on a plane—to the north side of Twenty sixth street to an elevation of 153.77 (The established grade of Twenty-sixth and Terrace streets). All elevations noted are above city datum. Passed January 18, 1916. Approved January 19, 1916. GEO. A. MOTTMAN, Mayor. Attest: W. A. HOAGE, City Clerk. Published January 21 and January 28, 1916. ORDINANCE NO. 1440. AN ORDINANCE PROHIBITING THE use of curtains or other equivalent obstructions In front of booths in restaurants, cafes or other public places in the City of Olympla, Wash ington, and defining penalty. The City Council of the City of Olympia do ordain as follows: Section 1. It shall be unlawful for anyone to use or allow to remain in any restaurant, cafe or other public place, curtains or other obstructions In front of booths. Sec. 2. Anyone violating the pro visions of this ordinance shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor, and upon conviction shall be fined In any sum not exceeding fifty dollars ($50.00). Passed January IS, 1916. Approved January 19, 1916. GEO. A. MOTTMAN, Mayor. Attest: W. A. HOAGE, City Clerk. Published January 21 and January 28, 1918. 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The Legislative Assembly com pleted its work on Tuesday last, although the term of 60 days does not expire by limitation until the 29th inst. The late session has been harmonious throughout and the dis graceful scenes so often enacted here tofore have had no repetition upon the floor of the present assembly. The governor's message—this in teresting document has not made its appearance yet, although the manu script copy has been in the hands of one of the public printers for two or three weeks. The legislature having adjourned, we presume it will now be issued forthwith. Chas. F. Browne, better known as "Artemus Ward," is dead, having ex pired from the effects of inhaling coal gas, probably from some neglect in shutting off the gas light where he was sleeping. Two of the men supposed to be im plicated in the thieving operations so prevalent for the last few months were lodged in the blockhouse on Thursday last. As Others See It THE MARKETING QUESTION. Editor Standard: In the letter which appeared in your paper over my signature a couple of weeks ago was the state ment that "neither Mr. Van Houten nor any other man in the office could help the farmers in their greatest problems, and would not be allowed to hold his office if he tried to." It has raised the question, why? We might ask, why will not our county commissioners use the agent's* salary for a revolving fund to pur chase stumping powder, lime rock, etc., for the farmers, selling it to them at cost? Why would they not be allowed to hold their office if they did? The cases are parallel and must have the same answer: It con flicts with business interests, and they will not permit it—that's why. All the wealth of the world comes originally from the earth. This fact stands without argument. To wrest it from the soil is 'mining, lumber ing, farming, etc., to make the most out of these materials with the least possible outlay—that's 'business." * The Interests of farmers and busi ness men are aB diametrically oppo site as the poles and must always re main so. "Eliminate the middle man" is a preachment "business" has never learned and obviously cannot learn, for "business," as we know it, cannot survive if the farmers do their own distributing and marketing. All the great fortunes of the world lie in that field between the producer from the soil on the one hand and the wage-working producer in shop and factory on the other, who is also the great consumer of the farmer's products. Statistics prove that the average income of the farm er is about a dollar a day, that he pays too dearly for his dollar is the cuum' of his unrest, and it is no con cern of "business" that he shall re reive more. If he could survive on less, business, with either a big or little I!, would rest content. The county agent was secured here by business interests, .not to increase the income of the farmers of Thurs ton county but to help increase the products of the farm for "business" to receive a profit on for the han dling. The railroad companies do not carry our fair exhibits about the country for the sake of helping the farmer who produced them, but to induce people from other sections to come here and help increase our products that they may receive great er profits thereon for shipping. It is the same all along the line. We have expensive agricultural col leges, departments of this, that and the other to help the farmers and every atom of information and as sistance is on the side of produc tion, nothing whatever regarding what the farmer is to receive for it, nor on the matter of distribution. If the farmer wishes to change this he has the whole system to fight. Will a potato club help in this and advance the farmer's cause? About as. a kitten advances in chasing its tail; it makes an interesting frolic, but as a means of getting anywhere is not the best. If the Olympia potato club put their product on the market in boxes in the approved manner, others must; if Thurston county, then other counties and other states. When the practice becomes universal, the producer will have completed the circuit and will find himself at the point of beginning, with the cost of marketing increased and the demand for potatoes possibly less than be fore. The demand is always lfmited by the capacity of the «well-to-do to con sume and the poorer classes to buy. The former already uses to the limit of his capacity or desire, purchasing from the despised jute sack; he could use no more if they were put upon the market wrapped in tissue paper and packed in a glass case. The potato has always been the poor man's food because it is cheap. Increase the cost to him without at the same time increasing his ability to buy and of necessity he will pur chase less. If the consumer is not to pay for those nice boxes in increased cost of his potatoes, then the farmer must —be sure the middleman won't. As the making of prices is in no sense counted the farmer's right, he may well ask where he comes In in the deal. If a fancy package insured a fancy price, would our peach growers be selling peaches below the cost of production or feeding them to the pigs along with apples, pears and other fruits? Orchards are dug up every year, acres of them, because they do not pay, and we have no as surance that the old barrel method did not net the grower more than the modern way. Until "business" can 1 prevent wanton waste in one section of the very things of which there is woeful want in another, it has noth ing to teach our farmers. They are experted to death already. It is impossible to know whether the world as a whole is producing too much or too little until every person is able to use of the earth's products Ito the limit of his needs. That the world is suffering from undercon ! sumption is a fact, a problem not to be solved by the marketing of pota toes in a jute sack or on a silver ■ salver. MRS. A. K. SHELDON. | An Open Letter to >lr. Schmidt of the Ol.vmpia Brewing Company. "Tho' I am old, yet am I strong and lusty. For in my youth I never did apply hot and rebellious liquors l in my blood. Therefore my age is as 'a lusty winter, frosty but kindly."— Shakespeare. My Hear Sir: I read with interest the Interview with you in The Wash ington Standard concerning our dry law, and am pleased to note the evi dent honorable intention to abide by the law till the sovereign people shall see fit to change it. No worthy citizen of the United States is a law breaker. You express entire confidence in the return of the liquor business to our state, in a modified form, to be caried on in light beers and light wines; that there always has been a reaction against legislation adverse to the trade in liquors, and there will be again. You fail to give due weight to the campaign of moral education tMt has been carried on in the churches in the last 50 years, to the training along scientific lines that has been given in the public schools and col leges, to the oft-repeated declaration of our best doctors that alcohol is hurtful as a medicine, to the fact that the American Druggists' Asso ciation has dropped alcohol from thQ pharmacopoeia, and, last but rot least, that business taboos drinking in even moderate quantities, till now there is an avalanche of public opin ion against alcohol as a beverage In any form or in any degree. This opinion is based not on an emotional appeal to the masses but on.the scientific fact that alcohol is injurious to living tissue and thus becomes a menace to the physical, mental * and moral welfare of the users. The public schools have b»en teaching this fact for 40 years, till now we have a generation of hard headed business men who want total abstainers in their employ, and the users of even light beers and wines are being gradually eliminated. Those who Win promotion are the total ab stainers. Here are the testimonies of some manufacturers, and the number might be multiplied by hun dreds: "The efficiency of a man is reduced in exact proportion to the amount of alcohol he drinks." —Follensbee Fur nace Company, Follensbee, W. Va. "Moderate drinking decreases ef ficiency and increases accidents."— The American Rolling Mill Co., Mid dletown, Ohio. "In advancing men the abstainer always gets the preference."—The Union Rolling Mill Co., Clevelard, Ohio. "The men w>o do not use liquor at all are the most efficient and re liable and are less likely to be laid off on account of illness."—The Lockhart Iron & Steel Co., Pitts burgh, Pa. Finally, I quote from an Old Book that has influence throughout Chris tendom: "Look not upon the wine when it is red; when it moveth itself aright; for at the last it blteth like a serpent and stingeth like an adder." MARY L. PAGE, President Thurston County W. C. T. U. | LUKE M'LUKE t •H4+«*mgj|^Yg«4<+H4 You may have noticed that the flat chested girls are wearing the necks of their waists lower than the corn feds. There's a reason. There was a time when a wom an's clothes were a great mystery to a man, but nowadays, with the store windows and the newspapers filled with bargains in undergarments, he knows just what each item la and how it iB worn. When they are engaged he will read her love letter* over and orer and think them perfect, bat about a year after they are married he begin* to criticise the spelling and the gram mar she uses in her letter* and be gin* to wonder If she ever went to school. After a princes* ha* had a quarrel with her steady fellow she will make a light lunch off ice cream and cu cumbers and Imagine that the pain that result* come* from a broken heart.