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Porty-fv, workman were killed i
industrial plants of the sin(i> dunn
the month of Juno, the Urges* nun
ber sin' o No\«niber, li) 16, when t:i
Ravens,lale disaster took . Ti
department also re'-civct last n,.ml
the in rg.st number of accident eliiti
In Its history - 2 47,
you like and the
recipient will like
may be quickly and
pleasantly selected at
Our stock, in spite of
the wonderful trade
we have enjoyed, is
full in every depart
ment — affording the
TO MAKE YOUR CLOTHES
MEN'S SUITS MADE TO
Fit and Workmanship
Tailored to Always Hold
"The Tailors Who Know"
222 EAST FOURTH ST.
"THE HOME OF THE
LEND YOUR SAVINGS TO f Qr That Trip
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BUY F° ot Powder FOR
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YOUR KODAK IS USELESS D ' fCftl A VIA fi. D ° N T STAIN Y ° UR
WITHOUT FILMS 1 021110* VOl HANDS
Buy enough for that trip O - MILLER RUBBER
"We take back all you don't | j GLO\ ES
use. PROGRESSIVE DRUGGISTS 33c
MEET AND TREAT AT ,
.• Trr " ora ° B "' ald '-' ~ 1 lOUS PHONOGRAPHS
KODAKS coo j f or a uicLel.
(DEATHS OF I
PAST WEEK J
.1 \MI :S I \L»>
Ti. !r :U (1 A. K. post 1 ist one ot
jis i ~i|r.in r.i :it<• itll>« T - ill;-. v. >• k
whin james eads 7t years old.
;a• :i iwu . Moii(i.:\ evening ut the
home of his son. \\*. ti. Bads, lie
ivus a native of Ind'una, a \ toian of
the Civil war. and i nine to Olympia a
little more than two year- ago to
make his honi wnti his on During
that time he had taken an active
part ;i «; A It. circles. Surviving
are thr.e sons and six daughters,
only one of whom lives here. The
LS YOUR PROPERTY FOR SALE?
List your property with Public
Realty I3ureau. Particulars free. 210
Liberty Bldg, Seattle, Washington.
Bolster & Barnes are buying bar
berry bark and paying highest price.
If necessary will make advance of
money for buying stutupage. (Adv.
Do you have stocks or bonds that
you want to sell? Advertiser can
find a buyer for almost any security.
Give full details as to price and
amount when writing. Address box
22, care Washington Newspaper As
sociation. 1605 L. C. Smith Bldg..
Seattle. (Adv. 6-2-4).
Bring your Cascara bark to us and
get highest prices. Olympia Junk
Co. (Adv. 6-3-tf).
Highest price paid for Cascara
bark. Bring it to us. Olympia Junk
Co. (Adv. 6-3-tf).
Do you want to sell your Liberty-
Bonds? Advertiser will buy a lim
ited amount if price is right. Ad
dress. in confidence, giving amounts,
issue and price wanted. Box 21, care
Washington Newspaper Association,
L. C. Smith Bldg.. Seattle. (Adv.
For Sale—Three heavy horses
Sound, true pullers. Louis G. Nelson,
box 172. Little Rock. (Adv. 6-4-3*)
Cloverflelds Farm offers for sale
Holstein-Friesian heifer calves' at
$lO. These calves were bred by reg
istered bull and are nearly full blood.
Also bull calves at $5. (Adv. 6-4-tf)
Liberty Bonds, and all listed bonds
bought and sold. Write or phone for
price and quotations. Irving White
side Company, 305 Alaska Building.
Seattle. Davenport Hotel Building.
Spokane. (Adv 7-1-6 mos.)
BEAUTY SPOT OF PUGET SOUND.
Five acres of rich soil; can reach
by auto and boat; fine fishing and
clams; good beach; timber for build
ings and fuel. Price S6OO. Easy
terms. Charles Somers, Alaska Bldg..
Seattle, Wash. (Adv. 7-1-2).
Cherries—The finest of Bing and
Royal Anne cherries for sale at Clov
erflelds Farm. 10 cents a pound de
livered: 8 cents at the farm; 6 cents
on the tree. (Adv. 7-2-1).
Six good cows for sale. Chas. Wil
son. Lacey. Phone 20F3. (Ad.7-2-1)
For Sale—Chevrolet 490 touring
car, in A-l condition. Three brand
new tires and two extras. Phone j
758-Y. (Adv. 6-2-3)*.
BARGAINS FOR QUICK BUYERS. '
One 1916 Baby Grand touring car; j
One 1918 Four-Ninety roadster;
One 1916 Four-Ninety touring car; j
One 1917 Four-Ninety touring car; .
One Dodge Brothers touring car. ,
Terms if desired.
Capital Transit & Repair Co . 315
main st. (Adv. 7-2-1). ■
THE WASHINGTON' STANDARD. OLYMPIA. WASH., FRIDAY. .11 RY 12. 1!)H
: met took piece at the Jessi T.
M.ilc < -impel Wednesday afternoon.
■ I'll li St < or. p: stor of the
M> church, otlici.i'ing. and in
ti!,i: t.' v.ns made in the Masonic
eeme;, ry ,
.). w. >\II»I;R.
Finn nil services will be held at 2
o' lock -in.day afternoon for J. W.
snider Ti years old. a resident of
ties county for ~>n years who died
Thursday. Mr. Snitler was one of the
oldest settlers of the county, having
comi here with the Bush party in ,
lsJ- He located in Olympia and
made his home here until he moved
'o Centralis, about three years ago.
Surviving are three sons. Joseph A..
Frank M. and George M. Snider, and
a daughter. Mrs. T. H. Montgomery.
Private funeral services were held
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Snyder Friday morning for their in
fant. son. who died Thursday morn
ing. Undertaker Jesse T. Mills was.
in charge and interment was made in
the Odd Fellows' cemetery.
A cold which lie contracted while
working at the shipyards resulted in
the death recently of Henry Peterson, j
former local pitcher, at his home in
Port. Ludlow. Peterson was com
pelled to quit work when he took
cold, and the disease quickly devel- i
oped into consumption. He first at-1
tracted attention by his pitching while j
he was a student at St. Martin's col-.
lege, going from there to the Tacoma;
league team, then to Salt Lake and
later to Butte. He returned to Olym
pia last year, pitching for tile Sloan
Shipyards team, and had a large cir-.
cle of friends here. I
Annual Pioneer Picnic
Pioneers of Thurston and Pierce
counties; are picnicking today at
Priest Point park, in their annual
get-together session. Judge Stephen
J Cliadwick of the state supreme
court delivered the principal address,
while talks along variou" liues of
special interest were made by mem
bers of the two societies.
General Hazard Stevens has as hie
guests at Cloverficlds farm his sister,
Mrs. James H. S. Bates, and husband
of New York city. They arrived here
Theo Karle Johnston, the well
known singer, now a private in the
Depot Brigade, Camp Lewis, is to
appear at the United Churches in this
city, Sunday. July 21.
The Sloan Shipyards team out
classed the Boilermakers of Seattle
all the way 'round in the game on the
local grounds last Sunday, the score
being 6 to 1 in the local's favor.
A 7-pound baby girl was born to
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Nepple last Friday.
The youngster has been named Mary
Angela. Mr. Nepple is junior part
ner in the Rose-Nepple Auto com
Fred Brown, former county super
intendent and engineer and at one
time principal of the Lincoln school,
well known to all old-timer residents
of the city, and family are camping
at Priest Point park until they can
obtain a house in Taeoma, where
they expect to live.
Local friends have received word
of the birth of a baby daughter to
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Evans of Sedro
Woolley. Mrs. Evans was formerly
Miss Grace Garrison of this city.
Emma L. Bolton has been granted
a divorce by the local superior court
from C. L. Bolton, on charges of non
support. She was also granted her
maiden name of Emma L. Ellis. They
were married April 1, 1910.
Rifle Practice for Home Guards.
A detail from the Capital Home
Guards went out to the rifle range on
Hawks' Prairie Monday evening and
lined the pit, and Friday evening of
this week the entire company, in
stead of the usual drill, will "beat
it" out on the range and spend the
evening in rifle practice.
AN ESPECIALLY LAR<»K ASSORTMENT OF THIS POPU
LAR MATERIAL AT LOWERED PIiICES FOR TEN DAYS.
The popular gingham silks. pretty color combinations. a splendid as
sortment, priced for this sal* 1 at $1.98 instead of $2.50.
One line of 3«»-iix-li soft chiffon linish taffeta, good range of colors,
\oi ll- choice $1.69 instead of $1.98.
Satins, the deservedly popular dress and waist material, all the pop
ular colors, 36-inch wide, $1.98, $2.2")
Special value 35-inch black taffeta $1.89.
Coating silk, black Peau de Soie, extra heavy quality, special $2.75.
Pongees, the imported article, in 24-inch width. 69c; 33-inch, good
value, 98c, $1.25, $1.33, $1.50.
Crepe de Chine, Crepe Georgette Crepe Meteor, for trimming, for
dresses, for waists, for auto scarves. All the popular colors, $1.95, $2.25,
Domestic pongees, good assortment of colors, 36-inch width, spe
You Can Do Better at
Nottman Mercantile Co.
IX THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE
Htnte of Washington, for Chelan
Holland North America Mortgage Com
pany. a corporation, plaintiff. vs.
Addie L. Sattler and W. B. Sattler,
her hushnnd: George Shngart and
Jane Doe Shugart, his wife, Great
Northern Lumber Company, a corpo
ration. and Continental and Com
mercial Trust and Savings llank, a
St MMOXS BV PUBLICATION.
The State of Washington to the above
named Continental and Commercial
Trust and Savintti Bank, a corporation
You are hereby summoned to appear
within sixty (K()> days after the date
of the first publication of this sum
mons. towit: within sixty days after
the Pith day of July, ISIS, and defend
the above entitled action in the above
entitled court, and answer the com
plaint of the plaintiff, and serve a copy
of your answer upon the undersigned
attorneys for plaintiff, at their offices
below stated; and in case of your fail
ure so to do, judgment will be ren
dered against you according to the de
mand of the complaint which lias been
I THAVIU'S EXPOSITION BAND I
I and Grand Opera Singers I
I Two Concerts by the great musical organization that both I
I opened and closed the San Francisco Exposition. Evening I
I concert supplemented by three grand opera singers from one I
I of Chicago's prominent opera organizations. These two eon- I
I certs 011 the fifth day will be worth more than the cost of your I
I season ticket. I
H Single admissions, afternoon, 55c, evening 83c. I
I BUT THIS IS ONLY ONE OF I
I Twenty-Six Big Attractions I
I INCLUDING I
I Zedeler Symphonic Quintet Treble Clef Club. I
I Lincoln Wirt's Great War Lecture Fenwiek Newell Concert Co. I
I "Plays of Our Allies" Morrison-Smith Co. ■
I Old Soldier Fiddlers "An Eveiling in Hawaii" I
I Gorst, the "Bird Man" I
I Buy youv Season Tickets Now at the bookstore I
■ Single admissions amount to over SB.OO. Attend Chautauqua on the I
■ Season Ticket plan. Adult tickets. $2.50; Students', $1.50; Children's I
I SI.OO. War Tax Not Included. I
I SEASON RESERVE SEATS ON SALE AT BOOKSTORE, 2TO 5 I
M SATURDAY AFTERNOON I
I OLYMPIA I
I CHAUTAUQUA I
I July 13th to 19th I
fi lod with the clerk of said court.
The object of tills action is for the
purpose of obtaining judgment against
the defendants Addie L. Sattler and W.
B. Sattler, her liusliand, in tlie prin
cipal sum of $2,400.00. together with
interest thereon at 12 per cent per an
num from January 1. 1918. to date of
judgment, together with $96.00, with
interest thereon from January l f 191 x.
until date of judgment at 12 per cent
per annum, together with $4 3 32 gen
eral taxes advanced July 1. 1918. with
interest thereon at 12 per cent per
annum from said date until date of
judgment, together with an attorney's
fee in the sum of $250.00 and plaintiff's
costs and disbursements, together with
interest on said judgment at 10 per
cent per annum from date of entry;
and for the further purpose of fore
closing that certain mortgage executed
by the defendants Addie Sattler and
VV. B. Sattler. her husband, upon the
following described real estate situate
in Chelan county. Washington, towit:
The south half isu»» of the south
east quarter "SK", i, of section ♦». and
the north half (N!a> of the northeast
ouarter (NK of section 7. township
26 north, of range 18 R. W. M. to
getlier with all water rights. water
privileges, water appropriations ap
purtenant to said lands, and all Irri
gation ditehes. l!nines and pines there
unto belonging or used in connection
therewith. including tlie pumping
plant, except one (it acre conveyed to
School District tl. heing in tiie south
west quarter (SW'4) of the southeast
quarter (SE' t ), of said section 6, and
a right-of-way sold to Wenatchee Val
ley Northern Hallway Company.
Said mortgage heing recorded In
Volume llti. at page 223. Records of
Mortgages In Chelan County, Washing
ton. and foreclosing all right, title and
interest of all of tlie defendants above
named, including the said defendant
Commercial Trust and Savings Hank,
a corporation. In and to said real es
tate and the whole thereof
liAI-MNC.KR. BATTLE. lICLBERT &
I*. i>. Address: lhll-7 Alaska itldg . Se
CUOMJAUD .<• CKOLLARD.
IV O. Address: Wenatchee. Washing
ton Attorneys for Plaintiff
Published duly 12. 111. 2rt; August 2,'
»■ 16 and 23. 1913.