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I County Legal Notices IN THE SUPERIOR COCRT OK Till: State of WasliitiKton, in and for the County of Thurston. In the Matter of the Estate of Michael M. Conway, Deceased, do. 2153 MITICK TO t'IIKDITOKV Notice Is hereby Kive. That Kather-j Ine E. Conway has been appointed ex-, ecutrix of the will of Michael M Con-) way. deceased, and notice Is further' given that any person holding; a claim i afrainst said deceased or his estate must present the same properly veri-j fled to said executrix on East Fourth! Street. Olympia, Washington, or at thej office of her attorney. K. N. Steele, I suite 3. Byrne Bid* . Olympia. ft'ash inirton. that beintr the place for the I transaction of the business of said I •state, within on® (1) year from the I date of the first publication of this aotice, towlt, from the Ist day of June, 1917. or If not so presented the same will be forever barred. KATHKRINK E. CONWAY. Ex*>cutrix of the Said Estate. 1-1-5 • IN THE SUPERIOR COCRT OF THE State of Washington, In and for the County of Thurston. In re the Estate of Arthur Betts. de ceased. No. Notice to Creditors. Notice Is hereby given. That the un dersigned, Maycie Betts, has been appointed administratrix of the estate of Arthur Betts, deceased, and that she has qualified as such administratrix. All persons having claims against the said deceased, or against his estate are required to serve the same on the undersigned administratrix persenally or at her residence near Rochester, Thurston county, Washington, or upon her attorneys. Troy & Bturdevant. at their offices In the Olympia National Bank building. Olympia, Washington, and file the same with the Clerk of the above entitled court, together with the proof of such service, within six months from the date of the first pub lication of this notice, or else the same will be forever barred. Date of first publication. June Bth, 1»17. MAYCIE EETTS. Administratrix of the Estate of Arthur Betts. deceased. 6-2-8 IN THB SUPERIOR COURT OF THE State of Washington, for Thurston County. , Beo. F. Yantls. plaintiff, vs. F. Galusha, and all persons unknown, If any, having or claiming to have an inter est in and to tha real property here inafter described, defendants. !■»■■■■ la Foreclosure of Tax Lira. The state of Washington to F. Oa lusha, and all persons unknown. If any, haTing or claiming to have an Interest la and to the real property hereinafter described: Tou and each of you are hereby no tified that Geo. F. Yantls Is the holder of Certlflcate of Delinquency numbered 44(0, issued on the 19th day of May, A. D. 1917, by the county of Thurston, state of Washington, for the amount of twenty-nine and 11-100 dollars, the same being the amount then due and delinquent for taxes for the years I*l2, 1918, 1914, 1915, together with penalty. Interest and costs thereon, upon real property assessed to you and of which you are the owner or reputed owner! situate In said county and par ticularly bounded and described as fol lows. towlt: Lou 1. 2. I. 4. S and <, block 24, American Home Fruit Tracts, and upon which he has paid taxes as sessed against said property as follows: Tear's tax, none, all of said amounts bearing Interest at the rate of fifteen per cent per an num; and you are further notified that he will apply to the Superior Court of the state of Washington, in and for said county, for a judgment foreclosing his lien against the property hereinbe fore mentioned; and you are hereby summoned to appear within sixty davs after the service of this summons upon yeu, towlt. within 80 days after May if 1917, being date of first publica tion hereof, exclusive of the day of service, and defend this action or pay the amount due, together with costs; u4 In case of your failure to do so, lodgment will be rendered foreclosing toe lien for said Certificate of Delin quency, taxes, penslty. interest and cdsts. against the lands and premises hereinbefore mentioned. Any pleading or process may be served upon the undersigned atwthe address hereafter mentioned. GEO. F. YANTIS. Plaintiff. B* GEO. F. YANTIB. Plaintiff's Attor ney. P. O. Address, Olympia, Wash ington. Date of flrst publication May 18, 1917. n-8-7 IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE State of Washington in and for Mere* County. Phoga D. Beeman. Plaintiff, vs. Edward J. Donahue and Nora O. Donahue, his wife, and Stebbins. Walker St Spinning, a corporation, Lewis M. Hoffman and Anna Hoffman, his wife, ana William P. Oeislar, Defertdants. No. 408*2. SIMMONS. The Btate of Washington, to the said Stebbins, Walker * Spinning, a corpora tion: , , Tou are hereby summoned to appear within sixty days after the date of the first publication of this summons, to wlt. within sixty dayß after the Ist day of June. A. D. 1917. 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 attorneys for the plaintiff at their office below stated: and in case of your failure ao to do,' Judgment will be rendered against you according to the demand of the complaint, which has been filed with the clerk of said court. The object of this action Is to recover Judgment against the defendants Edward J. Donahue and Nora G. Dona hoe in the sum of $748.00 together with interest at the rate of It per cent per annum from April 18. 191 S. together with costs and disbursements of this action, and attorneys fees in the sum of 1100.00, and to foreclose the lien of SlaintlfTs mortgage on the following •acribed real property, situated in the County of Pierce, State of Washington, to-wit: Lot 16 and the west half of lot seven teen (17) In block eighty-eight hundred forty-nine (8849) according to the plat entitled 'Map of the Indian Addition to the Cltv of Taconm. recorded In the office of the Auditor of Pierce county. Washington, and for the sale of the premises to satisfy the lien of said Judgement and mortgage. RAT & DENNIS. Attorneys for the plaintiff. P. O. Address: 513-14-15 California Bldg., Tacoma, Pierce County. Washington. Date of first publication June 1, 1917. 6-1-7. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE State of Washington, In and for the County of Thurston. In re the Estate of W. F. Selfke, de oeased. No. \ntlrr to Creditors. Notice is hereby given. That the un dersigned, Clara M. Selfke. has been appointed administratrix of the estate of W. F. Selfke deceased, and that she has qualified as such administratrix. All persons having claims against the said deceased, or against his estate are required to serve the same on the undersigned administratrix personally or at her residence near Nlsqually, in Thurston county. Washington, or upon her attorneys. Troy & Sturdevant. at their offices in the Olympla National Bank building. Olympla, Washington, and flla the same with the Clerk of the above entitled court, together with the proof of such service, within six months from the date of the first pub lication of this notice, or else the same will be forever barred. _Date of first publication, June Bth. IM7 ' CLARA M.'sEIFKB. jiwlitalnliln of the Estate of W. F, BaMke. deceased. «-»-» TILE WASHINGTON STANDARD. OLYMPIA, WASH., Fit I DAY. JFXK 2!». 1017 rit«>n\Ti-: IN' Till-: SCPERIOR COCRT "K THE St it" of Washington. in and for the jtitv of Th':r.-lon I, tl Ma: • of tt .• Estate ~f Katie Von Roll, deceased. No. 2»43. Notice of Settlement of Klnnl trcoimt. HiMtribiltlon unit IHschnriEe. Notici is hereby flven, That B. N. Stf'-!-' a- administrator of th*' estate ■ f Kiltie Vol! Kill; deceased, has r•• u der-d and presented for settlement, and filed In the Superior Court of Thurston . our.ty. State of Washington, his tinai account, petition for distribution and discharge a> sii'-h administrator, and tl at Mondav. th- wth dav of July. 1917. ~t 10 o'clock A M.. at the court room of said Superior Court, in the i-ity of Olvmpia, in said Thurston county, has been dlll v appointed by said Superior t'ourt for the settlement of said final account, at which time and place anv person interested in said estate may appear and tile his exceptions in writ ing to the said final account, and con test the same. Witness Hon John P.. Mitchell. Judge of said .Superior Court, and the seal of said Court affixed, this 12th day of June, A. D. 1917. (Seal A. C. BAKER. Deputy County Clerk and Clerk of the Superior Court. Date of first publication. June IS. 1917. 6-3-4 IN THE SUPERIOR COCRT OK THE State of Washington, for Thurston County. Leonard Hawk, plaintiff, vs. Eetitia E Waldrick nee Eaton, Mary A. Hub bard nee Eaton. William Eaton. Ber tha J. Wilcox nee Eaton, all heirs of Charles H. Eaton, deceased; P. A. Bounds, and all persons unknown, if anv, having or claiming any interest in and to the hereinafter described real property, defendants. No. 6616. WnmmoiM by Publication. The State of Washington to I-etitia E. Waldrick nee Eaton. Mary A. Hub bard nee Eaton, William Eaton. Bertha J. Wilcox nee Eaton, all heirs of Charles H, Eaton, deceased; P. A. Bounds, and all persons unknown, if any. having or claiming any interest in and to the hereinafter described real property, defendants: You and each of you are hereby sum moned to appear within sixty days after the 15th day of June. 1917, and defend the above entitled action and answer the complaint of the plaintiff, and serve a copy of your answer upon the undersigned attorney for the plain tiff at his office below stated, and In case of your failure so to do judgment will be rendered against you. according to the demands of the complaint which has been filed with the Clerk of the above entitled Court. The object of the above entitled ac tion Is to quiet plaintiff's title in and to that part of the James McAllister Donation Claim No. 40. in township 18, range 1 east. W. M„ more particularly described as follows: Commencing at the northeast corner of said donation claim, running thence south one-half mile, thence west one-fourth mile, thence north one-half mile, thence east one-fourth mile to the place of begin ning containing eighty (80) acres, ac cording to the government survey, and being the east half of the northwest quarter, of section 17. excepting there from the right-of-way 100 feet In width of the Tacoma, Olympia & Grays Har bor Railroad company over and across said tract. In Thurston county. State of Washington; and In which you claim some right, title or Interest adverse to that of plaintiff. E. H. KOHLHASE. Office and Post Office Address. 207 Oriental Building. Seattle, Wash. Date of first publication June 15. 1117. 6-S-7 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN. That Thurston County proposes to sell the following described lots, tracts and parcels of land situated In Thurston County. Washington, towlt: Lots 5. 8, 7 and 8. all In block 57, Town of Tumwater. Commencing at southwest corner of block 57. thence north along the west boundary line of said block 57 and be vond a distance of 816 feet; thence west 60 feet; thence south parallel with above described line 316 feet; thence east 60 feet to point of beginning. Lots 3 to 8. block 19, In Second Cap itol Addition to Olympla. BWV* or NE%, section 30. township IS north, range 1 west, containing 40 a °NWH of NEH. section 32. township 18 north, range 2 west, containing 40 acres. Lot 6, block 6. and fractional sec tion of block 7. in Barnes" Addition to Tumwater. . . , And Monday. July 23, 1917. at 2 o clock i>. m.. at the commissioners' rooms In the courthouse at Olympla. Washing ton. is the time and place set for hear ing on the advisability of selling said lots, tracts and parcels of land, at which time and place any taxpayer In terested may appear, either In person or by counsel and be heard for or aftairist such proposed sale of county property. Done this 18th day of June, 1917. ANNIE GASTON. County Auditor. Published June 22 and 29, July 6. 13 and 20. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE State of Washington, for Thurston County. In the Matter of the Estate of Anne Adair. NOTICE TO CREDITORS. Notice Is hereby given by the under signed, executor of the estate of Anne Adair, deceased, to the creditors of and all persons having claims against the said deceased, to exhibit them with the necessary vouchers, within six months after the first publication of this notice, towit: within six months after the 29th of June. 1917, to the said J. J. Adair, at the address of his attorney hereinafter given, in the city of Olym pla, county of Thurston, the same being the place for the transaction of the business of said estate. Dated at Olympia this 29th day of June, A. D. 1917. J. J. ADAIR, Executor of Said Estate. THOMAS M. VANCE. JULIA E. WALDRIP, Attorneys for Said Executor. Address: 316 Main street, Olympla. Washington. 6-5-4 IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE State of Washington, in and for Thurston County. In the Matter of the Estate of Julia A. Littlejohn, Deceased. No. 2161. NOTICE TO CREDITORS. Notice Is hereby given. That the un dersigned has been appointed by the above entitled court executor of the above entitled estate, and has qualified as such executor. All persons having claims against the deceased are hereby notified to serve the same upon the undersigned executor or upon Geo. F. Yantls, his attorney of record, and file the same with the clerk of the above] entitled court, together with proof of such Service, within six months after the date of first publication of this notice, towlt: within six months after the 2911 i day of June. 1917, or the same will he forever harred. Dated this i'9th dav of June. 1917. WILLIAM LITTLEJOHN. Executor of the Estate of Julia A. Littlejohn. Deceased. Attorney's Address: Olympla National Bank Building, Olympla, Washington. 6-5-4. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE State of Washington. In and for the County of Thurston. In the matter of the dissolution of Auto r.as Engine Starter Company, a corporation. No. G62".. I Notice of Application to Dlnnolve and Disincorporate. 1 Notice is hereby given. That the above named Auto r.as Engine Starter Company, a corporation, has filed a petition to dissolve and disincorporate in the above entitled cause, accompa nied by a certificate of the proper of ficers of the said company setting forth that at a meeting of the stockholders l of the said company called for the I purpose it was decided by a vote of two-thirds of all the stockholders to disincorporate and dissolve the said corporation, and Notice is further given. That the court has set Monday, the 27th day of August. 1917, at the hour of 2 o'clock p. m.. and the court rooua of the oourt THE FARMER AS A BUSINESS MAN \ SIMPLK ACCOUNTING SVSTK.M IS ESSENTIAL AN'l) ONE OF HIS GREATEST AII»S. Fifth ami la>t of a soriiN of articles l»y Cuunty Aifent H. Be rostrum. FA KM A( 'COUNTS. Almost every farmer will hurry to town and draw all his money out of a bank if he thinks the bank is failing. The investments that your banker makes are the best indication of his stability. The bank books show where every dollar is invested, and we place pur money where we think it is safe. Would you place your money in a bsnk where no book is kept, where records are kept on odd pieces of paper Or in any book that comes handy': "Preposterous," you wil\ say. Why? Because banks have a reputa tion of keeping the best system, of bookkeeping and are required to do so by law. The banker has to loan money to farmers who, as a rule, keep no books. The farmer trusts to his memory. We wonder if the banker would not feel safer if he knew that a goo(i set of books were being kept. Write or call on your County Agricultural Agent for a simple farm accounting system. It is free.—R. N. Miller, farm management demonstrator, State College Extension Service. house of Thurston county, at Olympia, Washington, Department No. \ thereof, as the time and place at which the said application to dissolve and disincorpo rate the above named corporation shall be heard. Now. therefore, alt persons having any objections to the same are required to present the same on or before the said time and at the said place. Hn order of the Superior Court. Witness my hand and the seal of said Superior Court this 22nd day of June, 1917. 'Seal) PHIL SKILLMAN, Deputy County Clerk and Clerk of the Superior Court. 6-5-9 NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE State of Washington, in and for Thurston County. R. S. Clark, plaintiff, vs. William E. Yelverton and Essie Yelverton, hus band and wife, defendants. No. 6569. Special Execution. 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, tn said state, and dated on the 23rd day of June, 1917. on a Judgment rendered In said court on the 22nd day of June, 1917, In favor of the above named plaintiff, and against the above named defendants, for the sum of $2,436 and costs of suit taxed at 011.90. with Interest at the> rate of 10 per cent per annum from date thereof, and amounting In all to the sum of 02,447.90. Which said writ of Special Execu tion was to me as sheriff of Thurston county. Washington, duly directed and delivered, and by which I am com manded to sell at public auction, ac cording to law, the following described real estate, towlt: Lots two (2), three (3) and eight (8). In block two (2). of Wright's Central Addition to the City of Olympia. Thurs ton county. State of Washington. Now. therefore, public notice Is here by given that on the 28th day of July. 1917. 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. Washington, I will sell the above described real estate at nubile 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 25th day of June, 1917. J. H. GIFFORT>, Sheriff of Thurston County, Washing ton. TROY & STURDEVANT. Olvmpla. Washington. Attorney for Plaintiff. Date of first publication June 29. 1917. 6-5-5 IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE State of Washington, in and for Thurston County. Jennie Jordan, plaintiff, vs. Leroy Jor dan, defendant. No. . Summon* by Publication. The State of Washington to Leroy Jordan, defendant: You are hereby summoned to apnear within sixty (60) days after the date of the first publication of this sum mons, towlt, within slxtv days after the 22nd day of June 1917, and defend the above entitled action In the above entitled court, and answer the com plaint of the .plaintiff and Berve a copy of your answer upon the undersigned attorneys for the plaintiff at their office below stated, and In case of your failure so to do judgment will be ren dered against you according to the de mand of the complaint, which has been filed with the clerk of said court. The object and nature of the action Is to obtain a divorce on the ground of cruelty. For particulars reference Is hereby made to the complaint on file In the office of the clerk of this court. HAYDEN, LANGHORNE & MET/.GER, Attorneys for Plaintiff. Post Office Address: Tacoma, Pierce County. Washington. Date of first publication June 22. 1917. 6-4-7 Great Nature Lecture at Chautauqua Hawkins Coming With Remarkable Photographs Taken In the Heart of the North Woods > < ' 2*Hy ■ - i J ■ i .* jtk f fljHk J . fr ; '•'•>• - j *jj&t . jSre^ HAT7NCEY HAWKINS, prominent author iud lecturer, was formerly one of tbe beat known of our big game hunters. A few years ago be gnve up the sun for the camera and has since become recognized as one of I the most adventurous and successful wild animal photographers in tbe country. He bas bad unusual suc- I cess in photographing moose, bear, deer and other big game native to our North American Continent. His lecture at Chautauqua, "Wild Hearts and Bright Eyes of Our Northern Woods," will be Illustrated with some of his wonderful pictures. Hawkins la one of the most sought after men on tbe Chautauqua platform, and hia illustrated lecture will be one of the longest remembered eventa of the entire week. 4,000,000 PERSONS BIJf ÜBERTV BONDS FIRST TWO-BILLION-DOLLAR IS SUE OVERSUBSCRIBED $1,033,220,830. More than three times a3 many Americans subscribed to the first issue of the Liberty Loan as the num ber of Germans subscribing to the first German war loan, according to figures compiled by the treasury de partment, and received from Ger many through consular channels. The treasury department conserva tively estimates that approximately four million Americans subscribed to the Liberty Loan. The total was $3,035,226,850, or $1,035,226,850 more than was called for, or over half aB much again. ! Following the official compilation, Secretary of the Treasury McAdoo announced that all subscriptions up to SIO,OOO would be alloted in full but that subscriptions over that amount would be reduced so that the total bond issue at this time would not exceed $2,000,000,000, the amount originally fixed. "Quitter" Turned Over to Uncle Sam. Milton Hansen, who was arrested with Charles Moore on a farm near Tumwater the latter part of last week, on charges of fa'llng to register under the selective conscription act, has been turned over to the feedral authorities to appear before the next federal grand jury in Tacoma. He at first claimed to be under age, but finally confessed to be more than 21 years old. He refused to register or enlist when given an opportunity. Moore was released when it was defi nitely learned he was under age. Wesley Morse, who had been em ployed as bookkeeper at the Rose- Nepple garage the past winter, has gone to Fort Lawton to report for duty in the medical corps of the reg ular army. Earl Crisman of Matlock, Mason county, who was arrested last week for failure to register under the se lective service act, was brought to this city for a hearing before United States Commissioner T. L. O'Leary and was later taken to Tacoma for trial at the next federal court session. VAN BRUNT SINGLE DISC DRILL I For more than half a century the name Van Brunt has stood for the best drill construction. From the first, all effort has been two fold—first, to make a perfect seeding machine, and, second, to con struct that machine so as to give long life and constant service. Van Brunt Drills today fulfill this ideal. Constant improvement has resulted in a drill which will plant any variety of seed, from alfalfa and flax to bearded oats, corn and beans, in any desired quantity, in any soil capable of being seeded. Improved construction overcoming unnecessary weight and strain, has made the Van Brunt the light draft drill. It has added to the durability of the drill, and r.educed repair bills. The bearings are guaranteed for life. Made in all sizes and priced very reasonably. For sale only by P. J. O'Brien Agent for JOHN DEERE Farm Implements of All Kinds. THIBD AND COLUMBIA STS. PHONE 340 AUTHOR AND SCIENTIST ON LECTURE STAFF. Or. Hanry Smith William* on Chautau* qua Platform. Dr. Henry Smith Williams, writer Uid lecturer of national reputation, has been secured for the lecturing staff of the 1017 Chautauquas. Dr. Williams is the author of a score of authoritative books. He has given a lifetime to the study ~of science and stands in the very front ranks among DR. 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Several other Olympians had previously Joined the company, among them, being John Countryman. Clyde Mc- Kenzle, William Rogers, Lawrence Rollman, John Craig and Claade Hlb •rly.