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Catarrh of Throat Hi Mia Amalle Ruztcka, 1449 South 16th St, Omaha, Nebraska, writes "I have suffered with catarrh of the throat- I caught cold and ft settled In my throat, and 1 ooughed badly and wat> very weak. I could not sleep and had no appetite. I had two doc tors, and bad taken so many different medicines and found no help. 1 thought I will have to give up; but at last my mother read about Peruna, so I thought of trying that great medicine Peruna. I got a bottle of It and In about four days I almost stopped coughing, and after a while I surely found relief, and from that time we are not without Peruna In our home," J. A. GILBAUGH Funeral Director MOST MODERN UNDERTAKING ESTABLISHMENT AND LARGEST STOCK OF FUNERAL SUPPLIES IN THE COUNTY. Perfect funeral services for $75.00, is follows: Adult: Black broadcloth or colored cloth caskets, liued and trimmed to match, with outside box; also including em balming, all personal services, and auto-hearse. Other funerals as low as S2O, S4O and S6O. Higher priced funerals in proportion. PHONE 132 OPPOSITE STATE CAPITOL 4 a Cheapest Engine Hade PER HORSEPOWER I'- ■ '. v ■ i .■ .„• j„... *•-«-• ■. Vara fall Ml p. "Associated" as a feed or ensilage oatter -it has the power aad puU of the ordinary 8 h. p. | Hfrindi bora 10-inch stroke, 40-inch diameter fly wheel, f weight 1,429 pounds. I P. J. O'BRIEN Ageat for JOHH DEERE Parm Implements of All Kinds. THIRD AMD COLUMBIA BTS. PHONE 940 ,&!• - w v < '•! , •-' ' ;7 . 4— -■■ f I mJB Use an Electric Flat Iron -• ?•- «■■'* :,v ■- - It does away with a hot. dirty atova. It la ready to use In a minuttf and wherever there Is aa elec | trie llsht socket. And It saves many steps from the Ironing board to the stove. J____ ' —~ I'OdJBH PAID FOB UVK AMD DRKKSKD STOCK; Beef, Hogs, Veal and Pom!try. IIIUWHT PRIOBB-. See us, or get our quotettous. If you have a qunutUr our wmm wUI euU. PUGET SOUND MEAT CO. Could Not Sleep No Appetite Now Well. WA AIWBV Have PERUNA in the Home. Those who object to liquid modi* cinM«an proouro Poruna Tablet*. THE WASHINGTON STANDARD, OLYMPIA, WASH., FRIDAY. MAY 24. 1918 AMERICA HAS MANY TROOPS IN FRANCE LEAGUE FOR NATIONAL UNITY TELLS OF FIRST YEAR'S ACCOMPLISHMENTS. A review of the many things the United States has accomplished since it became invohed in the world war a year ago is given in a statement re cently made public by the League for Natioual Unity, a New York organi zation. The League says a statement re garding what America has thus far accomplished is made necessary "be cause the secret enemies of the repub lic are still declaring that only a small force of 100,000 or 200,000 men has crossed the Atlantic. "It can be authoritatively an nounced," the League says, "that the American force across the seas today musters hundreds of thousanda strong. Of this array several hun dred thousand American soldiers are on the main battle line in Flanders. Daily more troops aro pouring across, as well as adequate supplies and mu nitions for the great army we are sending." • Secretary of War Baker announced last week that 500,000 men had gone "over there" since January 1. Included in the membership of the league, which was organized last Sep tember, are representatives of labor, agriculture, manufacturing, com merce, banking, the church, the bar, women's and teachers' organizations, and the heads of the Democratic and Republican national committees. It has the endorsement of President Wilson. The statement was made to hearten the relatives of the boys "over there" and to assure them "that despite de lays and mistakes, unavoidable in all vast enterprises, our government is today bending every energy toward the successful production of all neces sary equipment, that every possible need of the army and navy may be anticipated." What Has Been Done. Describing the vastness of the op erations in connection with the war, the statement says: "The United States in the past year has made its own port on the French coast; built its own railroads (800 miles of double track and more); laid out at its new harbor, which can deal with 40 vessels at once, a freight yard bigger than any one yard about any great American city; provided a railroad equipment such as Europe never saw before; set up its own telegraph and telephone system (12,500 operators for this last); constructed hospitals, ware houses and magazines; established workshops and factories where our works are already full, and made all ready for itß new armies, so that if 5,000,000 fighting men are needed, room, equipment and provision are there for all of them, without crowd ing or deranging what our Allies have in four years provided for them selves. "We have now more shipyards than Great Britain, the greatest of shipbuilding nations. Our navy is building more submarine destroyers thak there were in any two of the world's navies when the war broke out. Our regular navy has more men in it than the British navy had in July. 1914, when it was the world's largest naval force. "Next year we shall fully make up the loss caused by submarines. The year after it is planned that 10,000,- 000 more tons will be produced and the tonnage afloat will be greater than when the war began. The sub marine, already checked, will be seen to have failed. Working with the navies of our allies, we have brought safety at sea. Only one troopship has been lost in hundreds of voyages across the Atlantic." Mobtlizatlon of Industry. Mention is made of the mobiliza tion of the nation's industries and it is declared that more rifles are being turned out today than was ever reached under the pressure of con tracts from the Allies. The appointment to important posts of "the ablest industrial lead ers—men like Schwab, Ryan, Stetln ius, Mcßoberts, Tripp and others of like ability," is offered as further proof of the government's efforts to leave nothing undone that will help win the war. "Our Intense activities the past year are showing their cumulative results," the statement says further: "Let no man or woman underrate the work already done to make the world safe for democracy, or doubt that we and our allies shall have the full ability and resources to fight our way to victory. If mistakes have been made, we have learned from them. Even after 40 years of calculated war preparations the German bureau cracy has made serious mistakes dur ing this war. "Such delays as have been encoun tered in our war preparations have taught us to remove the obstacles and make up for lost time by inten sifying speed. A big new job was never done without some mistakes and some delays. The important thing is that every possible effort is now being exerted to offset them." . Misrepresentation of the nation's efforts is termed "moral treason," and the relatives of the soldiers are urged to stamp it out wherever it ap pears. thus guaranteeing the boys in the trenches against the enemies at home while the boys themselves are attending to the enemy at the front. SIOAR-18IXG FACTORIES NOW ON STRICT RATIONS. Thow* Making Essential Fimml Prisl ucts Only Ones Exempted. SPOKANE. May 24-—Manufac turers' using sugar except to tuake essential food products are now oti strict rations, Federal Food Admin istrator Hebberd announces. The order is made to assure sufficient supplies for home canners and the commercial manufacturers of pre serves. jams and other foodstuffs re garded as essential. The restrictions went into effect May 15 and limit the consumption by manufacturers of the less essentials, particularly confectionery and soft drinks, to only 80 per cent of last year's requirements. Under the new plan distribution will be well po liced and under a certificate system that virtually assures the elimination of fictitious demands. Control of distribution Is in the hands of Food Administrator Heb berd, who will Issue certificates to all manufacturers requiring sugar, upon delivery of sworn statement showing the amounts to which each is en titled. No distributing agency will be allowed to sell sugar to any class of manufacturers except upon deliv ery of certificates, which run to July 1, when new conservation measures may be deemed advisable. CHURCHES TO HELP SAVE FOOD. Ministers of State Organized to Pro- mote Greater Conservation. Dr. Sherman L. Divine, chairman of the church and Sunday school division of the United States food ad ministration, has perfected a state wide organization to carry on in churches and Sunday schools of the state the work of greater conserva tion In food products. To make this organization state wide in character, he has appointed ministers, on recommendation of the county food administrators, in almost all counties of the state, placing the Rev. R. Franklin Hart, rector of St. John's Episcopal church, in charge for Thurston county. Austrian! May Fish. Aultrians who have taken out their first citizenship papers are "friendly, not alien enemies" and therefore are entitled to fish in salt water, the state supreme court ruled the latter part of last week in passing on a case wherein State Fish Com missioner Darwin had refused to issue a license. County Legal Notices NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE State of Washington, in and for Thurston County. Frank A. Armentrout, plaintiff, vs. Ed ward I. Hurley and Caroline A. Hur ley. his wife, defendants. No. 68T6. Order of Sale. Under and by virtue of a writ of Order of Sale issued out of the superior court of the state of Washington, hold ing terms at Olympla. In and for Thurs ton county, in sala state, and dated on the 14th day of May, 1918. on a judg ment rendered in said court on the 24th day of April, 1918, in favor of the above named plaintiff, and against the above named defendants, for the sum of nine teen hundred ninety-four and 64-100 (61,994.64) dollars, together with an at torney's fee of one hundred eighty and no-100 ($180.00) dollars, and costs of suit taxed at fifteen and 5-100 (615.05) dollars, with Interest at the rate of 7 per cent per annum from date thereof, and amounting In all to the sum of two thousand one hundred ninety-eight and 11-100 dollars. Which said Order of Sale was to me as sheriff of Thurston county, Wash ington, duly directed and delivered, and by which I am commanded to sell at public auction, according to law, the following described real estate, towlt: The east half (EM), of The east half (EVA), of the northeast quarter (NEI4). of section thirty-three (33). In township eighteen (18) north, of range one (1) west, W. M„ Thurston county, Washington. Now, therefore, public notice Is here by given that on the 15th day of June, 1918. at 10 o'clock a. m. of said day. at the front door of the courthouse, on Fourth street. In the city "f Olvmpla. 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 necessary to raise sufficient to satisfy said last above named amount, together with increased costs and Increased in terest. i Dated at Olympla, Washington, this 15th day of May, 1918. • i J. H. OIFFORD, Sheriff of Thurston County, Washing- QEORGB C. MEADE. Auburn, Wash., Attorney for Plaintiff. Published May 17. 24 and 31. and June 7 and 14. 1918. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE State of Washington, for Thurston County. Qwyn Morris, Plaintiff, vs. Raymond I. Morris, Defendant. No. . SUMMONS. The State of Washington to the said Raymond I. Morris: YOU are hereby summoned to appear within sixty days from and after the date of the first publication of this summons, towlt: Sixty days from and after the 10th day of May. 1918, ond defend the above entitled action In the Superior Court of the State of Wash ington. for Thurston county aforesaid, and answer the complaint of the pla'n tlff, and serve a copy of your answer upon the undersigned attorneys for plaintiff, at their office below stated, and in case of your failure so to do, judgment will be rendered against you according to the demand of the com plaint. which has been filed with the clerk of said court (a copy of which is herewith served upon you.) The object of said action is to obtain a divorce from the said defendant on the grounds of non-support. BEELER A SULLIVAN. Attorneys for Plaintiff. P. O. and Office Address, 510-511 White Bldg., Seattle, King County, Wash ington. Published May 10, 17, 24 and 31. and June 7 and 14, 1918. IN THR BUPERIOR COURT OF THR State of Washington. for Thurston County. ' Elum A. Collins, plaintiff, vs.- A. J. For rln and Ooldie B. Ferrin. his wife, and any heirs of said A. J. FerrlA and Ooldie B. Ferrin. either known or unknown, claiming! an Interest in the real estate hereafter described. defendants. No. . ariWMON* BY PITBMCATIOW. The State of Washington »o the said A. J. Ferrin and Ooldie B. Ferrin, his wife, and other heirs of said A. J- Fer rin and (Joldie U. Kerrin, either known or unknown, claiming an interest in the real estate hereafter described, de fendants You are hereby summoned to appear within sixty days after the date of the first publication of this summons, towit within sixty days after the 17th day of May. 11)11. and defend the above en titled action in the above entitled court, and answer the complaint of the plain tiff. 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. judg ment will be rendered against you ac cording to the demand of the complaint, whicli lias been tiled with the clerk of said court. The object of this action is to secure judgment against the defendants on a promissory note for one thousand dol lars (11,000) and 6 per cent interest thereon from January 15, 1913, and to foreclose a mortgage given as security for said note on the following described reat estate located in Thurston county, Washington, towit: The north half of the south west quarter (SWil) of the northeast quarter (N'EU). section one (1), town ship seventeen (17) north, range one (1) west of the Willamette meridian, the same being a part of William Mahard donation claim number forty-three (4.1), reserving twenty feet along the north line of said tract for highway purposes. E. N. S-fEEEE. Attorney for Plaintiff P. n. Address: Byrne Block, Olvmpia, Wash. Published May 17. 24. 31. June 7. If. 21 and 2S, 19,11. IN THF7 St/PKRIOK COURT OF THE State of Washington, in and for Thurston County. In re the Estate of Julia A. Littlejohn, Deceased. No. 2161. Notice of Hearing on Final Acronnt and Petition (or Distribution. Notice is hereby given. that the final report of the executor in the above en titled mat.ter has been filed with the clerk of the above entitled court, to gether with the executor's petition for distribution, and the court is asked to settle tire said final account, and dis tribute the property of the said estate to the persons entitled thereto, and to discharge the executor. Monday, the 10th day of June, 1918, at 2 o'clock p. m„ has been fixed as the time, and the courtroom of department number 2 of the above entitled court, at the court house. Olympla. Thurston county. Wash ington. as the place for hearing on the said final account and petition; all per sons interested are notified then and there to be nresent to show cause, if any they have, why the said final ac count should not be allowed, the distri butees of said property declared, and the executor discharged. A. C BAKER Deputy Clerk of the Superior Court for Thurston County, Washington. Published May 10, 17, 24 and 31, 1918. NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE State of Washington, in and for Thurston county. Northwest Trust & Savings Bank, plain tiff, vs. B. J. Wall and A. E. Ransom, defendants. No. 6893. Order of Sale. Under and by virtue of a writ of Order of Sale issued out of the Superior Court of the state of Washington, holding terms at Olympla, in and for Thurston county, in said state, and dated on the 2nd day of May. 1918, on a judgment rendered in said court on the Ist day of May, 1918, In favor of the above named plaintiff, and against the above named defendants, for the sum of tb—e hun dred and 62-100 (1300.62) dollars, to gether with an attorney's fee of forty and no-100 ($40.00) dollars, and costs 'J I *.? 4 at thirteen and no-100 ($13.00) dollars, with Interest at the rate of 8 per cent per annum from date thereof, and amounting In all to the three hundred fifty-three and 62-100 dollars. Which said writ of 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, to wlt: The north one-half (NWi of the , o JVh ha ' f (EH), of the south one half (8 H), of the southwest one-quarter (§W.T4), of the southeast one-quarter (SE(4). of section twenty-nine (29), township sixteen (16) north, of range S and the south one-half (»H), of the east one-half (E44). of the south one-half (SH), of the south west one-quarter (SWW), of the south east one-quarter (SEH). of section twenty-nine (29), township sixteen (16) north, of range one (1) west of Willamette meridian, situate, lying and St ° n county ' B 'ate of Now. therefore, public notice Is here &,. Br,v ?^A th * t . ol > th « »«t day of June. 1918, at 10 o clock a. m. of said dav, at the front door of the courthouse', oh 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 necessary to raise sufficient to satisfy said last above named amount, together with increased costs and increased In terest. Dated at Olympla. Washington, this 2nd day of May, 1918. ok . A.W J - H ' OIFFORD, Sheriff of Thurston County. Washing ton. B HARTMAN & HARTMAN, Burke Bid" Seattle. Wash., „ .Attrney 'or Plaintiff. Published May 3. 10. 17. 24 and 31. 1918. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE State of -Washington, for Thurston County. In re Estates of David O. Smith and Sarah B. Smith, decedents. _ ..NOTICE TO CREDITORS. notice is hereby given to the creditors of David O. Smith and Sarah d £ ce w el U?' that * he under signed, H. B. McElroy, has been ap pointed and has qualified as adminis trator of the estates of the above men tioned decedents; and all persons hav ing any claim or demand against the estates of the said decedents or either or tnem are hereby required to serve the same upon H. B. McElroy, adminis trator, at his residence, corner of Sev ®, n . t „ h and Washington streets, in the city of Olympla. Washington, and file the same with the clerk of the Supe rior Court of Thurston county. Wash ington. together with proof of such YE on jald administrator within B >* months after the date of the first ?," bl '^ 0 K n . °J th ' B towlt: within 1918 from the 3d day of May. A o m 'tth tor S f i"® BstatS^o?David cedents Sarah B. Smith, De- Publlshed May 3. 10. 17 and 24, 1918. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE County° aßhlnßton ' for Thurston G o eor * e Bartlett. plaintiff, vs. Esther Sarah May Bartlett, defend ant. Sammoas (or Publication. F.TK* l ate Washington to the said May Bartlett, defendant above named: joy are hereby summoned to appear within sixty days after the date of the flrß t publication ot th,a aummons, towlt. YiVif days after the 12th day of Apr". 1918 and defend the above en titled action in the above entitled K?. u i r „;iw nd a i lßWer the complaint of the piaintlfr, and serve a copy of your an -B*e r. u p °n the undersigned attorneys Plaintiff at their office below stated; and In case of your failure so to do. judgment will be rendered a ? a '" Bt vou according to the demand wi.t 2k . p, 2 ,nt i *hlch has been filed with the clerk of said court. The object of the above entitled ac tion is for the purpose of securing an absolute decree of divorce by plaintiff against defendant on the grounds of abandonment for more than one year. DTSART A ELLSBURT, . _ Plaintiff's Attorneys. Office and P. O. Address. Salzer Block, Centralis, Lewis Count •. Washing ton. Published April 12. 19 and 26 and May 3, 10. 17 and 24. 1918 IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE State of Washington, in and for Kin? County. H Uoshun. plaintiff, vs. Western Bond ft Securities Company, a corpo- O'Mafley and Jane JJf* 2 h'a wife, whose true Christian name Is to plain tIC >in known, also all other persons or par ties unknown claiming: any right, title, estate, lien or interest in the real estate described in the notice and summons herein, defendants. Notice aid Summon In Foreclosure of _ L Tea Lien. The State of .Washington to the above named defendants and cacti of them You and each of vou are hereby no tified that R. H. Coshun, the ai.ove named plaintiff, is the owner aad holder of a certificate of delinquency numbered 3135, issued by the treasurer of King county. Washington, in the amount of thirty-seven and 6-100 (137.06) dollars, the same oeing the amount due and delinquent for taxes for the year 1913, together with pen alty, Interest and costs theroon upon and against the real property assessed to the said defendant, John W. O'Mal ley, at the time said taxes included therein became payable and delinquent and of which property the defendants are the owners or reputed owners, said property being located in tlio county of King, state of Washington, and par ticularly described as follows, towit: ie»t eighteen (18), in blook twenty five (25), Laurelhurst Addition to the City of Seattle. 'That plaintiff has paid taxes as sessed against said property for prior and subsequent years as follows: Or\ Oct. 23, 1915, the sum of $33.22, for taxes of the year 1914. On July 1. 1916, the sum of $3S>2, for taxes of the year 1916. i .sklng the tnral of $66.04 for all taxes of prior or subsequent years against said property paid by plalntifT. Said certificate of delinquency 13 dated June 1, 1915, and bears interest at 15 per cent per annum. You are further notified that plain tiff will, before applying for judgment hero. n. pay all taxes for other years which shall hare accrued on sail prop er's- since the issuance of said certifi cate end also any prior taxes that re* main due or unpaid on said property^ You are directed and summoned ad' hereinafter set forth and further nrjm tilled: ■ That each of the several payments made by plaintiff bears interest at thw rate of 15 per cent per annum from date of payment and you and each of you are hereby notified that plaintiff will apply to the above entitled court for jinigmvnt foreclosing said lien of said certificate of delinquency and taxes against the property hereinbefore men tioned and you and each of you ars hereby summoned to appear within sixty days after the date of the first publication of this summons, towit, within sixty (60) days after the 19th day of April, 1918, and defend this ac tion or pay the amount due, and in case of your failure so to do judgment will be rendered foreclosing said lien of said certificate of delinquency, taxes, penalty. Interest and costs against the lands and premises hereinbefore men tioned. Any pleading or process may be served upon the undersigned at the ad dress hereinafter mentioned. R. H. COSHUN, _ Plaintiff. Office and Post Office Address: 210 Low man Bldg., Seattle, Washington. Published April 19. 26. May S. 10. 17, 24 and 31, 1918. "LAUREL" COFFEE 45c per pound —CHEAP AT THE PRICE— It Is a blend of Sumatra and Arabian coffee. Routed and aold only by our « firm In Washington. jf One trial order deelred. I McLean-McMillan Co. 768 BROADWAY, TAOOMA Dr. Mark Rosier DENTIST Ofloe Hours: 9 a. m. to 5:10 p. m. Phone 351 White BOOM Obmpis, Wash. IOOKTI la the Heart of Seattle's Beslaeae I District ■ *®e to ft—with pMvate bath 01.00 ■ This hotel has steam heat, hot ■ and cold water In rooms, elevator ■ service, ground floor lobby, free ■ city phooee In all rooms, nicely ■ furnished. ■ New Standard Hotel The McDowell & Ketlty Coupeiy REAL. 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