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FAGS RIGHT
County
Legal Notices
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE
'State of Washington, for Thurston
Countv. In- Probate.
In the matter of the Estate ot Mai> E
Nice, deceased. No. •
Notice to CredUors to File Clalo»»-
Notice is hereby given. That letters
testamentary on the estate of Mary L.
Nice, deceased, were granted to the
■loderslgned, on the 2i>th da> of Ito
iiarv lUIS, by the said superior court.
All' persons" having claims against
estate are required to serve them
t ith the necessarv vouchers upon m.
personaUyfor upon my a, torneyj. Troy
day of March, 1918. j NICE.
«ssr.f o, *s?
4-1-4
NOTICE.
ssss.2.'ike
given. That a ineet
!*ter %h umonclfun tV°. wlshinßtona^
VH ?
U 'r& k tfc%«S;UoS' o7Tcr e e^lSrth d ;
caplfal stock of said W«bington Mer
s
rlace of 'buslness of the Corporation to
iloquiam. Was^'^HUNTER.
JOHN O. JOHNSON.
R F. BOY D.
H. R. JAMES.
WM. ELOHEIMO,
, « Trustees.
Date of first publication Mch. 8, 1918.
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE
State of Washington, in and for the
County of Thurston.
In re the Estate of George W. Bell, de
ceased. No. .
HOTtCE TO CREDITORS.
Notice is hereby given by the under
feigned, That she has been appointed
executrix of • the *'lLi an 2.ndhas
ment of the said deceased, and has
qualified aa such, and all persons hav
ing claims against the said deceased
• m hiPtby tMulrcd to B®rv6 the sunn?
S£m£he undersigned personally, or
at her t'esldsnce near South Bay,
Thurston county. Washington, or upon
her attorneys, Messrs. Trojr Sturde
vant. at their offices In the Olympla
National Bank Building, Olympla.
Washington, and Ills the same with
the clerk of the above named court,
together with the proof of suoh serv
ice, within six months from the date
of the first publication of this notice,
towlt: within six months from the Bth
day of March. IBIS, or else the same
will I* forever "arred^^
Executrix of the Estate of George W.
Pubil g. It, 12 and 11,
m ,
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE
State of Washington, *g« (or the
In°^« t3 »Utt«^t a, th® Foreclosure of
sr'ssss. js»® , srß.^ , aufe
A Co.. a corporation: Farm ft Orch
ard Pub. Co., also all other persons
or parties unknown, claiming any
«*tats, lien or Interest in
IVinOltf AND MOTICB.
The State of Washington to R. J.
Martin ft Co.. a corporation, ami Farm
ft Orchard pub. Co.. also all other per-
SOM or Parties unknown, claiming any
right, tills, estate, lien or Interest In
or to the real estate In this summons
ant notice described. * '
Tou and each of rou are hereby no-
That Farm ft Orchard Pub. Co. Is the
tax record owner, of the real property
hereinafter described, appearing on the
tax records of the treasurer's offlce at
the tine the taxes Included In said cer
tificate above mentioned became delin
iSP^fgP
;nßs&."£2srfc& 5 Jssk
ton, on the 10th day of September.
It 14, to Jackson ft Walker; by them
aMttrned to R. J. Martin ft Co.. and by
sasKuSf WJi
tlScate paid by the owner and holder
thereof for the taxes then assessed, un
paid and delinquent against the fol-g
Ssl&'Si
Ȥ of Ros* Park lying south of' the
? l r^|rs*',:.s , lr/5. asrsss
delinquency thereof to the date of the
purchase of said certlfloate at the rate
»f ts per cent per annum, and all pen
titles thereon accrued or aoeMting; that
e *<» June 1*1»1S, M-M. for the year
"ft July 17, mi, M.l*. for the year
Jane ft. IHT, $* •>. for the year
That IM7 taxes will be paid at time
j-dgment la taken herein.
That the plaintiff herein elects to ac
nulre title to seal Asecrthsd real prop
»-ty. subject, to the folloSlng. and all
other assessments for local Improve
•"ehtloned. made by tie owner and
M» gstif aar Jar S;
rnanm from the dates the same were
wadei
That the pUlatlff herein claims a
I'en against all oftfce above described
-eal property for the tola! amount of
•"aid payments and Interest, and will
"only to the above-entitled court for
'■idgment foreclosing said Hen. subject
tn valid municipal taxes, if any.
That you and e**h nt you are hereby
'iHtnoned to appear within sixty days
ftar date of the first publication of
'''l*SJim*ions, which said date Is March
" Bll,_ exclusive of the day of said
'"lIllM action in the above entitled
OUR. or pa" to the treasurer of Spo
ony County the amount due, together
"£w?tia 4Mb of this action, and In
*9&pt your failure so to do, judgment
oe rendered foreclosing the lien of
°sM taxes. assessments, penalties, ln
•n*, and costs paid and accruing
~_*mm the land and premises above
fMM, and that all process herein
"WJI served upon the undersigned
attorney for the plaintiff.
. ' A. K. SAWTBR. Plaintiff.
££ k By RALPH ROBINSON.
fPMK' Prosecutln* Attorney and At
„'lWie> for Plaintiff.
OSe* Address: County Court
fcui-rr... >.
AiMI. » and 1». lfH. :
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE
State of Washington, In and for Jef
ferson County.
F. J. Bailey. O H. Clark ami J. M. Ral
ston, formerly executors of the will
of Willis Clark, deceased, and now
acting in the capacity of trustees
tinder said will of said decedent,
plaintiffs, vs. Jefferson Lodge Num
ber Twelve, Independent Order of
Good Templars, a corporation, et al.;
and also all other persons or parties
unknown claiming any right, title,
estate, lien, or interest in the real
estate described in the complaint
herein defendants. No. 3040
.SI >IMO>S nv PUBLICATION'.
The Slate of Washington to the said
Jefferson Lodge Number Twelve, Inde
pendent Order of Good Templars, a cor
poration; and also all other persons ot
parties unknown claiming auy right
title, estate, lien, or interest in the real
estate described in the complaint here
in, defendants above named:
You. and each of you, are hereby
summoned to appear within sixty days
after the date of the first publication
of this summons, exclusive of such
date, and defend the above entitled ac
tion in the above entitled court, and
answer the complaint of the plaintiffs
and serve a copy of your answer upon
the undersigned attorney for the plain
tiffs. at his office and postofflce address
below stated; and in case of your fail
ure so 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 and a copy
of which has been sent for deposit in
the office of the Secretary of State, at
Olympla. Washington. The object ol
this action Is; To obtain judgment
against defendant Jefferson Lodg?
Number Twelve, Independent Order ol
Good Templars, a corporation, for the
sum of $2,000, with interest thereon at
the rate of 8 per cent per annum from
February 24. 1914, for the additional
sum of $177.57 paid for taxes, with in
terest thereon at such rate from De
cember 26, 1917, and for plaintiffs' costs
and disbursements including a reason
able attorney fee as part thereof; to
have the mortgage dated May 24, 1911,
and now of record at page 373. in book
21. of real estate mortgage records of
JelTerson county, Washington, declared
a first and valid lien on the land en
cumbered thereby, towlt; Lots 1 and 3,
In block 1. of Plummers' Addition to
the City of Port Townsend, Jefferson
county, Washington, to secure pay
ment of the total amount of judgment
in this action; to hare such lien fore
closed and said land sold with applica
tion of proceeds of sale toward pay
ment of such Judgment; for deficiency
judgment for any balance remaining
due thereafter; and to debar all defend
ants named in said action from claim
ing or asserting any interest, right,
title, estate or lien In the said real
estate, save only the statutory right of
redemption. _
TOM W. HOLMAN.
Plaintiffs' Attorney.
P. O. and Office Address: Nos. 1 and 2,
Tucker Block, Port Townsend. Wash
ington. _ .
Date of first publication February 8,
A. D. 1918. ,
Published Feb. 8. 15 and 22. and
March 1, 8. 15 and 22. 1918.
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE
State of Washington, for Thurston
Countv.
Eugene H. Elliot, plaintiff. vs Ellda
Elliot Chase. John Elliot. Hannah
Sibley. Frank Orlffln. Charles Griffin.
Josiah Perry Grlffln, Rhoda Grlffln
Vaughn, Ervln Griffin. Av.a Call.
Edith Marlon Griffin, Clara Blanch
Griffin, Everett Orlffln, .Toslah Edwin
Grlffln, Charles Hubert Grlffln, Ralph
Grlffln, Ada Atkinson. D. W. Guiles,
Thomas Ismay, as guardian of the
minor children, and Thomas Ismay
In his personal capacity, defendants.
SUMMONS.
The State of Washington to the said
Ellda Elliot Chase. John Elliot. Hannah
Sibley. Frank Grlffln, Charles Grlffln,
Josiah Perry Grlffln, Rhoda Grlffln
Vaughn, Ervln Grlffln, Ava Call, Edith
Marion Grlffln, Clara Blanch Or ffln,
Everett Orlffln, Josiah Edwin Oriffln,
Charles Hubert Orlffln. Ralph Griffln,
Ada Atkinson:
You are hereby summoned to appear
within sixty days after the date of the
flrst oubllcatlon of this summons, to
wit: within sixty days after the Bth
day of February. 1918, 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
torney for plaintiff, at his offlce below
stated, and In case of your failure so
to do, judgment will be rendered
against you according to the demand
of the complaint which has been Sled
with the clerk of said court.
The object of this action Is to secure
a partition and division of the follow
ing real property, located In Olympia.
towlt: ,
Beginning at the northeast corner of
Main and Fourth streets. In the city of
Olympia. Thurston county, Washing
ton. running thence easterly along the
north line of Fourth street 1«H feet:
thence northerly parallel .with the
easterly line of Main street W feet,
thence westerly parallel with the north
line of Fourth street 41% feet: thence
southerly parallel with the easterly
line of Main street 22 feet: thence
westerly parallel with the north line
Of Fourth street 80 feet to the east line
of Main street: thence southerly along
the east line of Main itreet 88 fSet to
the point of beginning, being a part of
the south one-half of lots f and 8. In
bloek IS. of Sylvester's Plat of the
Town, now City of Olympia, Washing
ton, together with the two-story
building located thereon. r
Plaintiff's Attorney.
P. O. Address: Olympia, Thurston chun-
PubUshed n f>b" 8. 15 and 22, and
March 1, «. 15 and 22. I*lß.
IH THE SUPERIOR COtJRT OF THE
State Of Washington, for Thurston
' County. In Probate. . „ ..
11l the matter of the Estate of Martha
Luark. deceased. _ ,
Marcell mluams administrator of
the estate of Martha Luark. deceased,
having this day present
ed for settlement,and IUM In this court
his petition for distribution, final ac
count and report and oetltlon for dis
tribution of nis administration of thd
estate of said deceased:
It is ordered that Monday, the Ist
day of April. A. D. gli, *t 1 o'clock
n m.. be and the same Is hereby ap
pointed for the settlement of the said
final account; and report and petition
for distribution, an* that notice be
given thereof by causing notices to be
posted in at least three public places
In this county, one of which shall be
at the place where this court is held,
[at least fifteen days before said day of
settlement, and by publishing such
notice in the Washington Standard, a
newspaper published and of general
circulation In this county, once a week
for four weeks prior to said day of set
tlement D F WRIGHT, Judge.
THOS. M. VANCE.
JUIaIA E. WALDRIP.
Attorneys for Administrator.
Publllkied March 1. 8, 15, 22 and 29.
mi.
NOTICE.
Tburstoa Coaaty Road Boad Issue
Eleetloa.
Notice Is hereby given. That on Tues
day, the SSth day of March, 1918. at
the appointed polling places In each of
the several districts or precincts of the
County of Thurston. State of Washing
ton. a special election will be held for
the purpose of submitting to the bona
fide voters of each of said districts or
precincts the question of issuing- cer
tain county road bonds to procure
money for strictly county road pur
poses. which proposition Is as follows:
Shall the Board of County Commis
sioners of Thurston County. State of
Washington, be authorized to Issue ne
gotiable coupon road bonds of the
cftunty of Thurston, state of Washing
ton. to the amount of six hundred
thousand (I 600.000.00) dollars, for the
purpose of constructing new hard sur
face roads and improving and aiding
In the improvement of established
roads by hard surfacing the same and
otherwise within said county, said
roads forming and to become a part
THE WASHINGTON STANDARD. OLTMPIA, WASH., FRIDAY, MARCH 22, 1918
! of thi> public highway system of said
Tliurston County and being hereinafter
i enutnerated ana described, said bonds
to be issued in denominations of not
less than SIOO nor more than SI,OOO
leach and to bear interest at the lowest
i obtainable rate not to exceed » percent
pet annum from the date of the,
I issuance thereof until paid, interest
payable semi-annually, the said bonds
ito be payable and redeemable twenty
i (20) years .ifter the date of issuance
' thereof, with the option of payment
i and redemption at any time after one
i year from the date of issuance there-'
i of, the said bonds to be sold in suchj
proportions of the total issue as seems i
'most advisable. There shall be ascer-1
tamed and levied each year by the
| County Commissioners of said county;
hi tax sufficient to pay the interest on
! all of said bonds whenever the same|
| becomes due, and a further tax suffi
cient to accumulate, during the series
lof years before the maturity of said
f bonds, a fund equal to the principal!
sum of all such bonds then remaining
outstanding and unpaid, all of the pro-
Iceeds of such sale to be expended or
] caused to be expended tinder the direc
tion and subject to the approval of
said Board of County Commissioners
In the construction or Improvement or
aiding In the construction or improve-'
tnent of the following new hard sur
face roads and Improving and aiding,
In the improvement of established
roads within said county by hard sur-.
facing the same and otherwise, the'
; said roads being more fully and par-j
| ticularlv described as follows, towit:
(1)
For the building and improvement,
by paving of the following described,
highway at an estimated cost of one)
hundred thousand (|100.000.00) dollars: |
Beginning at the east end of Perma
nent Highway Number 2C, running |
thence easterly along the Pacific high
way to the Nisqtially river.
(2)
For the building, construction and
improvement of that portion of the
Olympic highway over the l)es Chutes
Waterway on West Fourth street,
Olympla, Washington, by the construc
tion of a concrete bridge at an esti
mated cost of one hundred thousand
(1100,000.00) dollars.
(3)
For the building, and Improvement
by paving, of the following described
highway at an estimated cost of three
hundred and eighteen thousand ($318,-
000.00) dollars:
Beginning at the south limits of the
City of Olympla, Thurston county,
Wa'shlngton. thence south and south
westerly along the Pacific highway to
the Thurston-Lewis county line.
(4)
For the building and Improvement
bv paving of the following described
highway, at an estimated cost of
eighty-two thousand ($82,000.00) dol
lars:
Beginning at the west limits of the
City of Olympla, Thurston county,
Washington, thence in a westerly and
northwesterly direction along the
Olympic highway to the Thurston-
Mason county line.
Notice is further given, That the
proposition for the Issuance of said
bonds shall appear upon the ballot of
said election as a proposition for the
Issuance of Thurston county road
bonds and provision will be made upon
said ballot immediately under said pro
vision authorizing each qualified elector
to vote, "Thurston County Road Bonds.
Yes," or, "Thurston County Road
Bonds, No."
Notice Is further given, That It will
require three-fifths (3/6) of all the
legal ballots cast on the question of
Issuing said bonds for the Improve
ments herein contemplated to "carry the
same, and that the money received
from the sale of said bonds can only be
expended by and under the direction of
said Board of County Commissioners
for the several roads as hereinbefore
specified.
Notice is further given. That these
bonds are submitted for authorization
or rejection under and pursuant to an
act of the legislature of the State of
Washington, passed In the year 1913,
being chapter 25 of the Session Laws
of that year.
Notice ts further given. That should
said bonds h» Issued there shall be as
certained and levied each year by the
County Commissioners of said county a
tax sufficient to pay the Interest on all
of said bonds whenever the same be
comes due. and a further tax sufficient
to accumulate, during the series of
years Wefore the maturity of said bonds,
a fund equal to the principal sum of all
such bonds then remaining outstanding
and unpaid.
Notice is further given. That said
election will be open at 8:00 o'clock in
the morning and will continue until
8:00 o'clock In the afternoon of said
day except In precincts outside the
Incorporated towns and cities of said
county where the hour of opening said
noils shall be 9:00 o'clock In the fore
noon and the hour of closing said polls
shall be 7:00 o'clock In the afternoon.
Dated this llth day of February, A.
D. 1918. •
ANNIE GASTON,
Conntv Auditor of Thurston County,
Washington.
T. IVES DODGE,
Chairman Board of County Commission
ers, Thurston County. Washington,
j C. SAMS
Countv Commissioner, Thurston Coun
ty, Washington.
Attest:
MRS. BERTHA CHAMBERS.
Secretary, Board of County Com
missioners. Thurston County,
Washington.
Published Feb. 22, March 1, 18, 15 and
22, 1918.
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE
Btate of Washington) in and for the
County of Kittitas.
E. O. Reep. as Receiver of The First
Scandia Bank, a corporation, plain
tiff, vs. The Teanaway Roslyn Lum
ber * Coal Company, a corporation,
Washington Trust Company, a corpo
ration, W. C. Smith and Sarah H.
Smith, husband and wife; and also all
other persons or parties unknown
claiming any right, title, estate, lien
or Interest in the real estate de
scribed In the complaint herein, or
any part thereof, defendants.
Snvon by Puhllratlom.
State of Washington tq the Teana
way Ros|yn Lumber * Coal Company,
a corporation; and also all other per
sons or parties unknown, claiming any
right, title, estate, lien or Interest In
the real estate described In the com
plaint herein, or any part thereof, de
fendants:
Tou and each of you are hereby sum
moned to appear within sixty (60) days
after the date of the first publication of
this summons, towlt: within sixty days
after the lßt day of March, 1918, and
defend the above entitled action in the
above entitled court, and anrfwer the
complaint of the plaintiff and serve a
copy of your answer upon the under
signed attorneys for plaintiff, at their
office below stated, and In case of your
failure so to do judgment will be ren
dered airainst you according to the de
mand of the complaint which has been
filed with the clerk of this court.
That the object of said action is to
nulet title to the property hereinafter
described. In the plaintiff, and for the
nurpose of obtaining a decree adjudg
ing that the defendants, and each of
them, have no right, title, estate. lb>n
or Interest, actual or contingent, in ahd
to the following described real estate,
or any nart thereof, towlt:
The west half of section thirty (30)
township eighteen CIS) north, range
sixteen (16) E.. W. M.: the northwest
ouarter of section thlrtv (30), town
shin twenty-one (21) north, range fif
teen (15) E.. W. M.: the southeast
quarter of section thirtv-two (32).
tnwnshln twentv-one (21) north, range
fifteen (15) E., W. M.: the north half of
section twelve (12), township twentv
one (21) north, range sixteen (18) E..
W. M.: the southeast ouarter of section
two (2). township twentv-one (21)
north, range sixteen (18) E.'. W. M.:the
northeast quarter of .the southwest
ouarter. of section fourteen (14), town
shin twenty-one (21) north, range six-,
teen (16) E.. W. M.: the northwest
quarter of the southwest quarter, of
section fourteen (14). township twen
t*-on» (21) north, range sixteen (16)
E. W. M. : the southwest quarter of
t.h« southwest ouarter of section four
teen (14), township twentv-one (21)
north, range sixteen (16) E.. W M.:the
northwest ouarter of the southeast
ouarter of section fourteen (14). town
shin twentv-one (21) north, range six
teen (1«) 8.. W. M.: also all of the
mineral rights in the east half of the
southwest quarter, and lota three (3)
and four <*). in section thirty (30),%.nd
the southwest quarter of section
thirty-two (J2), township twenty-one
(-1 > north, range fifteen (15) E., W. M.
RIGG & VENABLES and
COLEMAN & FOG ARTY,
Attorneys for Plaintiff.
Postofflce Address: 311 Miller Bldg.,
Yakima. Yakima County, Washing
ton.
published March 1. 8, 15, 22, 29 and
April 5 and 12. 1918.
.NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE.
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE
State of Washington, in and for
Thurston County.
Mason County Logging Company, a
corporation, plaintiff, vs. C. D. & E.
Investment Company, a corporation
l formerly Calhoun, Denny & Ewing,
a corporation) et al.. defendants. No.
«625. Alias Order of Sale.
Under and by virtue of an alias order
of sale issued out of the superior court
of the state of Washington, holding
terms at Olvmpia, in and for Thurston
county, in said state, and dated on the
6th day of March, 1918, on a judgment
rendered in said court on the 9th day
of November, 1917, in favor of the
above named plaintiff, and against the
above named defendants, for the sum
of $51,249.86, together with an attor
ney's fee of $2,000.00, and costs of suit
taxed at $83.55, with Interest at the
rato of 5 per cent per annum from date
thereof, less $750.00 paid on said judg
ment January 25th, 1918, and amount
ing in all to the sum of : 53,440.00.
Which said alias order of sale was to
me as sheriff of Thurston county,
Washington, duly directed and deliv
ered, and by which I am commanded to
sell at public auction, according to law,
the following described real estate,
towit:
All of section six (6); all of section
seven (7); the west half of the south
west quarter (Wȣ of SW'ii, section
eight (8); the north half of the north
east quarter (NV4 of NE'< ) and the
northwest quarter, of section eighteen
(18); all In township sixteen (16)
north, of range three (3) west, W. M.;
also all of section one (1); all of sec
tion two (2); all of section eleven
(11), except the southwest quarter of
the southeast quarter (SWVi of SEU)
thereof; all of section twelve; all of
section thirteen (13), except the south
east qaurter of the southeast quarter
(SEV4 of SEU) thereof; all of sec
tion fourteen (14), the north half
(NH) and the north half of the south
east quarter (NV4 of SE>4) and the
north half of the southwest quarter
(NV4 of SW%>. of section twenty
three (23); ail in township sixteen (16)
north, of range four (4) west, W. M.;
all of section thirty (3); all of section
thirty-one (31); all of section thirty
two (32); all in township seventeen
(17) north, of range three (3) west, W.
M., all situate in Thurston county, state
of Washington.
Now, therefore, public notice Is here
by given that on the 13th day of April,
1918, at 2 o'clock p. m. of said day, at
the front door of the court house, on
Fourth street, in the City of Olympla.
Thurston county. Washington, I will
sell the above described real estate at
public auction to the highest bidder for
cash, or so much thereof as may be
necessarv to raise sufficient to satisfy
said last above named amount, together
with Increased costs and Increased in
terest. . ,
Dated at Olympla. Washington, this
7th day of March, 1918.
J. H. GIFFORD.
Sheriff of Thurston County, Washing
ton.
CHAS. F. MUNDAY,
Seattle. Wash..
Attorney for Plaintiff.
Published March 8. 15. 22, 29: April
5 and 12. 1918.
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OP THE
State of Washington, for Thurston
County. _ . _
In the Matter of the Estate of A. For
strom, deceased.
Notice of Sale of Heal Estate.
Notice is hereby given, That In pur
suance of an order of the superior
court of the state of Washington, for
Thurston county, made on the 28th day
of February. 1918, the undersigned, the
administrator of said estate, will sell
at nubile auction to the highest and
best bidder foi cash, and subject to the
confirmation by the said superior court
of the state of Washington, for Thurs
ton county. 6n Saturday, the 6th day
of April, 1918, at the hour of 1:30
o'clock p. m. on that day. at the court
house door In the said city of Olympla,
Thurston county, state of Washington,
all the right, title, Interest and estate
of the said A. Forstrom at the time of
his death, and all the right, title and
interest that the said estate has by op
eration of law or otherwise acquired
other than or In addition to that of the
said A. Forstrom In and to all that cer
tain lot, piece or parcel of land de
scribed as follows, towlt:
All of lot 7. the west half of lot 6.
the west half of the northwest quarter
of the southeast quarter; all of said
described property being In section 7.
township 15 north, of range three (3)
west of the Willamette meridian, sav
ing and excepting therefrom rights
heretofore granted and conveyed, sub
ject to a mortgage of two thousand
(12 000) dollars, with Interest thereon
from and after the Ist day of Decem
ber. 1917, at 7 ner cent per annum.
The terms and conditions of said sale
are cash, ten per cent of the purchase
money to be paid to the auctioneer on
the day of sale, the balance on the>,con
flrmatlon of sale by the said superior
""plated at Olympla. Washington, this
2nd dav of March, 1918.
CARL BRANDT.
Administrator of the Estate of A. For
strom. Deceased.
Published March 8, 15, 22 and 29 and
April 5. 1918.
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE
State of Washington, in and for
Thurston County.
Holland-Washington Mortgage Com-
Sanv. a corporation, plaintiff, vs. .
L. Ooocfburn. Hattle Qoodburn. his
wife; Alson L. Brown and Emma C.
Brown, his wife; S. C. Harrison and
Jane Doe Harrison, his wife; and
The Dexter Horton National Bajik. a
corporation, defendants. No. 6797.
SUMMONS BY PUBLICATION.
The State of Washington to the said
W. R. Qoodburn and Hattle Goodburn,
his wife, and 8. C. Harrison and Jane
Doe Harrison, his wife, defendants:
You, and each of you. are hereby
summoned to appear within sixty
days after the date of the first publica
tion of this summons, towlt: within
sixty days after the 15th day of March,
1918 and defend the above entitled ac
tion In the above entitled court, and
answer the complaint of plaintiff, and
serve a copy of your answer upon the
undersigned attorney for plaintiff at
his office below stated; and In case of
your failure so to do. Judgment will be
rendered against you according to the
demand of the complaint, which has
been filed with the clerk of said court
The object of the above entitled
action 1» to foreclose a mortgage In the
sum of eight thousand (18,000.00) dol
lars. with Interest and costs, on the
following described property.ln Thurs
ton county. Washington, towlt:
Lot one (1) and the south half of lot
two (2). of section six (6); lot one (1)
and the southeast quarter of the north
west quarter, of section seven (7), all
In township eighteen (18) north, range
one (1) east of the Willamette merid
ian.
ROBT. F. BOOTH.
Attorney for Plaintiff.
Office and P. O. Address: 510 Central
Ruildlng. Seattle, Washington.
Published March 15, 22 and 29 and
April r., 12. 19 and 26. 1918.
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE
State of Washington, In and for the
County of Thurston.
Ira W. Huston, plaintiff, vs. Ella F.
Huston, defendant. No. .
RI'MHIOm BY PUBLICATION.
The State of Washington to the said
EIJa F. Huston, defendant:
You are hereby summoned to appear
within sixty days after the date of the
first publication of this summons, to
wit: within sixty days after the 16th
dav of March, 1918, 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-
BEMSIPWOF
GRAINS IS SMIL
ONLY WHEAT OX FARMS IS THAT
NEEDED FOR SEED—OTHER
CROPS SHORT.
By EDWIN T. MARCHETTI.
Field Agent U. S. Dept. of Agriculture
There has been considerable drain
on the corn crop in this state due to
high prices of mill feeds, oats and
barley.
However, the corn acreage was ma
terially increased and the crop was of
the best merchantable quality in
many years, which has influenced the
retention of a slightly greater per
cent of corn on the farms, in spite of
the unusual demand for feed pur
poses, than in the normally unfavor
able year, when a considerably small
er amount of corn was of merchant
able quality.
The amount of wheat retained on
the farms March Ist is substantially
below the amount usually retained
at that time of year in this state.
The fixed price of wheat, with no
prospect of future increase, the pa
triotic response of the growers to
market their crop early in the season
and their efforts to feed less wheat
on account of the abnormal demand
for export, have influenced the mar
keting early in the season of that
percentage of wheat normally re
tained on the farm for feed and that
usually marketed immediately suc
ceeding planting season in the
spring.
Practically the only wheat remain
ing on the farms is feed and seed
and a small percentage that was not
utilized for seeding in the fall due
to unfavorable climatic conditions,
which also necessitated the retention
of a greater percentage of spring
wheat to be used in the seeding of
acreage not sown last fall and in
creases in acreage that may occur
should the planting season be favor
able.
The high prices of oats and barley
in excess of the price of wheat are
necessitating the feeding of wheat on
occasional farms that do not produce
other feed, in spite of the patriotic
desire of the grower to feed the min
imum amount of wheat. The esti
mates of oats and barley in this state
represent practically only the feed
and seed requirements of the indi
vidual farms, as the exportable sur
plus. on account of the constant de
mand and high prices, has reduced
the reserves of many growers to the
actual farm demands.
The unusually short crops of oat 3
and barley, especially of oats. In
some parts of the state this year in
the smaller oat and barley produc
ing areas that normally produce a
sufficient amount of these cereals for
feed and seed requirements has ne
cessitated the Importation of oats
and barley and. Incidentally, has ma
terially reduced the reserves of these
crops on the farm for feed purposes,
although the grower wherever pos
sible, on account of his patriotic de
sire to consume the minimum amot:ni
of wheat, Is retaining oats and bar
ley for feed, in spite of the higher
than wheat prices, in preference to
feeding wheat as in average years.
The only class of wheat, oats and
barley that is being retained on the
farm In excess of the amount re
tained in average years !s the per
centage to be utilized for seed pur
poses rma spring.
torneys for plaintiff at their office be
low stated, and in case of your failure
so to do judgment will be rendered
aarainst you according to the demand
of the couyiialnt. which has been filed
with the clerk of the above entitled
court.
This Is an action for divorce on the
part of the plaintiff against you because
of cruel and Inhuman treatment on
your part Af him, and for decreeing the
following described real estate In
Thurston county, Washington.' towlt:
The soijthwest quarter, of section 24.
township 17 north, range 3 west. W.
M.. and the southeast q'uarter of the
northeast quarter and the east half of
the southeast quarter, of section 36.
township 16 north, range 4 west. W.
M„ subject to right-of-way for county
road,
to be in the plaintiff, subject to such
provision as the court may make for
the support of the minor child of plain
tiff and defendant, Merlin Kenneth
Huston.
TROY & BTURDEVANT.
Attorneys for Plaintiff.
204-207 Olympla National Bank Build
ing, Olympla. Washington.
P. Q. Address: Box 306, Olympla, Wash
ington.
Published March 15. 22 and 29 and
April 5. 12, 19 and 26, 1918.
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE
State of Washington, for Thursjon
County. In Probate.
In the Matter of the Estate of Eliza
beth Ann Posey, deceased.
Ortler Fixing Time for Hearing Final
Account and Report and Petition for
Distribution.
11. M. Posey, administrator of the
estate of Elizabeth Ann Posey, de
ceased, having this day rendered and
presented for settlement and filed in
this court his final account and report
and petition for distribution of his ad
ministration of the estate of said de
ceased:
It Is ordered that Monday, the Sth
day of April. A. D. 191S, at 10 o'clock
a. m.. be and the same is hereby ap
pointed for the settlement of the said
final account: and report and petition
for distribution, and that notice be
given thereof by causing notices to be
posted In at least three public places In
this county, one of which shall be at
the place where this court is held, at
least fifteen days before said day of
settlement, and by publishing such
notice tn the Washington Standard, a
newspaper published and of general
circulation liv-thls county, once a week
for four weeks prior to said dav of set
tlement
D. F. WRIGHT, Judge.
Published March lli, 22 and 29 and
April 5. 191».
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LOANS AND INVESTMENTS.
fifth and Washington SU„ Oljrmpla
Jesse T. Hills
Professional Funeral Director ' aad
Embalmer. Lady Assistant.
Office: 414-16 Franklin Street.
Phone 212.
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Call, or Phone 93, 94.
Palace Market
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Cloverflelds Farms offers for
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