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STfeTE TRAINING SCHOOL Cii
ARE CHARMING MESET'IES
TWO HINMtKP DELEGATE* of
THK FEDEHATED UtttlKN's
C'lA'BS VISIT INSTITIHON AM)
FIND INMATES HEAI.TIM \\|)
HAPPY.
They are farmerettes and proud of
it. those 100 and more gitks who are
living at the State Training School
at Grand Mound. And rhey are
brimful of health and spirits as even
the most pessimistic delegate to the
convention of the Washington State
Federation of Women's clubs had to
admit when the whole convention,
some 200 strong, was piloted through
the big farm Friday afternoon,
writes Florence Logan in the Seattle
Post-Intelligencer.
The long line of automobiles bear
ing the delegates moved in proces
sion from the administration hall at
the entrance, to the big barn where
the mild-eyed milk cows, gentle
work horses, sleek porkers, busy
white chickens, important looking
geese, rabbits and all were declared
to ba without flaw. The visitors were
next guided to the gardens, where
young agriculturists armed with
weeders were at war against unwel- 1
come intruders jn the onion patch.,
Clad in loose bloomers and middies
of a neutral blue gray color, the
girls sat on the ground, handling
their implements with dexterity.
Almost without exception the girls
were hatless, and their faces as well
as their bared arms were burned
brown. Some of the delegates re
monstrated at the girls' hatless con
dition, fearing that their eyes would
be ruined. The little head farm
lady, a graduate of Washington State
college, assured the visitors that the
girls hpd hats to wear if they wished,
but they preferred to go without
"We even have to make them wear
flteir qpats when it rains," Bhe said.
Some of the visitors recalled that
the day before .Miss Ethel Hunley
Coldwell, dean of women at the Uni
versity of Washington, had 'said,
"Girls will be girls everywhere. They
*lll wear thin-soled pumps out in
fhe rain."
So probably the farmerettes are
vary like other girls. Anyway sta
tistics show that very few of them
have eye trouble. The girls sang as
they worked, and for the visitors'
benefit gave some lusty yells about
the "girls of the S. T. S."
Two cottages and the administra
tion hall provide living quarters. The
"cottages" are beautiful two-story
buildings of cream-colored brick with
red tiled roofs, Indoors the floors
are highly polished, the ceilings
beamed, the waits of white piaster.
Furnishings are simple. The sleep
ing rooms are small, end becgpse of
over-population some Intended for
one bgd contain three. The walls are
guy with pictures universally dear to
girl hearts. On the bureaus are fern-
CREAM
Live Poultry and Eggs
Henningsen Produce Co.
TAOOMA, WASH.
Write for prices MM tigs.
504 MAIN ST. PHONE 289
Travelers Hotel
JL C. 8. Coffin, Prtfc.
ICTH AND PACIFIC AVENUE
Near the Depot
TAOOMA
—GOOD ROOMS
—GOOD SERVICE
CASTOR IA
For laiiiit* and Children
In Use For Over 30 Years
Always bears -
•fcna'mre of
PERUNA wa'wl'J;
No sufferer from catarrh
of the 6tomach can read
Mrs. Van Buren's letter
without a feeling of thank*
fulness.
"I have spent a deal of
money writ!' doctor* for catarrh
of the stomueh and at times have
been compelled to give up my
housework for days. For years
1 did not know what a well day
waa and cannot help but feel
that 1 would uot be alive to-day
had I not been Induced to try
I'eruna. Sl* bottle* of Peru* a
made me a well woman."
mine Kiiii kl>tiu<•'«s \VliPe . urtaitc 1
conc.'a 1 he b.i' ■ .ti he in>l <• > <
Completing this Iti spite 1 ion, tip*
visitors were .:ivi»e< 1 to ill" adminis
tration ha'!. where each was present
ed with a houU.nuieie of .«ild flowers
gathered in the vinr.it> honor
giri with voice >• wonderful sweet
ness entertained with h*r singing.
Administration iiail. it was explained!
is the goal of evei giri in the school.
As soon as she earns 150 cred'rs she
is advanced to an honor girl and I
gets to live where there are no bars. |
The course of study during the.
nine school months includes grade j
and high school work. Resides the
farm work at which each girl has a
chance there is industrial training
suited to Individual needs. On ex- ;
hibit Friday was a wide variety of
exquisitely fine handiwork for which
the girls were taking orders. Cro
cheted yokes and edgings, tatting
and embroidery as well as made-up!
garments, were much admired.
Girls from 13 to 18 years of age ,
are admitted. They may be paroled'
and placed in outside positions w hen- .
ever they qualify. Hut until they j
are 21 they report to their matron.!
who mothers them until they reach
their majority.
Tlh© Last Appeal
FOR FOSTER PARENTS FOR OO.(MH) FRENCH WAR ORPHANS
One of the most appealing of the
after-the-war campaigns will be
launched this month, asking for fos
ter parents for 60,000 little war or
phans of France. Mrs. Walter S.
Brewster, wife of the Roumanian con
sul to Chicago, chairman of the Chi
cago committee and vice-president of
the National Committee of the Fath
erless Children of France, has charge
of the promotion of this campaign.
Mrs. Brewster has just returned
from a tour of investigation through
the devastated regions of France.
The highest Frbnch officials pro
vided her with military escort and
bestowed upon her every courtesy
during her visit to the war zone. She
lived with the appalling conditions of
these children and their mothers—
she knows that thousands of children
"over there" are undernourished,
starving, and succumbing to Blckness.
"In all the northern country," says
Mrs. Brewster, "there is no village
untouched, and scarcely a house with
a roof. There is not a bridge that
has not been dynamited, a factory
that has not been ruined. The tales
that are told of the boche invasion
are unthinkable—shocking. Still the
people of the north tell them dispas
sionately. They have borne so much
they have no energy to show excite
ment over their suffering.
"They are coming back Into these
terrible towns as soon as they are
allowed. They bring their posses
sions with them in two string bags,
usually. Possibly they have enough
to fill a red cotton tablecloth knotted
at the corners. To Cambria. 17.000
out of a pre-war population of 29,000
have, returned. 'They live ten and
twelve in a room, and manv of the
rooms have no roofs.
"For two days we motored over
this northern country before we saw
a cow, a chicken or a horse. The
country is stripped bare of everything
that makes it livable. But to the
French it is still lovable. As you ride
through Jt your pity for France is in
finite. But in yout* mind are no words
to express your feelings toward Ger
many. There are miles and miles of
grayish-brown dust where were fer
tile farms, pleasant villages, forests
and orchards. About Verdun, as far
as you can see. are heaps of sand, no
sign of life that was. no promise of
any life to come.
"Here and there Is a cross where
some soldier, killed in the last days
of the Aghting, is buried.
"Those who died In the frightful
ness of the earlier battles lie some
where beneath that awful heap of
I dust. All along this strip of dead
' country are soldiers' graves, singly
; in the middle of plowed fields, in
groups along the roads, or row after
! row in some field cemetery. The
i fathers of many of the little children
] for whom we are seeking to care are
i buried there, and more have left no
' trace."
Every day of her stay in the war
zone it was made vividly clear to Mrs.
Brewster that "we must work harder
and faster than ever before." for
For Years
Did Not
Know a
Well Day
Mrs. Mettle A. Yanßuren. 17
Highland St.. Grand tapida,
JAioh., l'ast Commander Yailey
cuy Hive, U O. T. M.
U|«ll or Tablet Faroe
Hold Everywhere
';!?]•: WASHINGTON STANDARD, OLYMHA. WASIT., FRIDAY, JINK 27. i»u>
I II I - >1 IT \<. \l\ Sl' SIIKKII I
\( -human \-k- 52,.~00 Damage
a- I!' -iill of \cci«leiit.
or -j "i damages tor per
ro - s ned in an aeei
(l ii on t if Olytnpia Yf-lm road April
! ' vtilt d this week by W. R.
sti man. a w.-11-known farmer of the
Chambers' Prairie district, against
Sheriff . 11. Clifford.
Tin complaint alleges (hat Gifford,
in try ng to pass Shaman, turned
IPs car -uodenly back into the road
tj"i ire dearing Shuman's machine,
if reing the latter car to swing so
sharply mat it upset, injuring Shu
mat. and damaging the machine. Mr.
Shutnan has been carrying one arm
in a sling since the accident.
Lieutenant Stephen Fowler Cha.l
wick only son of Judge and Mrs.
Stephen J. ("hadwirk. is to he mar
ried at Richmond. Va , next Wednes
day to Miss Margaret Gardiner
Tvler, daughter of Judge and Mrs.
X. Gardiner Tyler of Sherwood For
est, Va.. and granddaughter of John
Tyler, tenth president of the United
Stales, whom he met while attend
ing Washington and Lee university
at Lexington. Lieutenant Chadwick
recently returned front several
months' service with the American
forces in Virginia and is a member
of the law firm of Chadwick. Me-
Micken, Ramsey & Rupp of Seattle,
of which his father is the head. He
will return to Seattle with his bryle.
to reside.
thousands of children are perishing
in France.
Onder the plan of the campaign be
ing undertaken, each American foster
parent pledges 10 cents a day. which
makes $3 a month, or $36.50 a year,
and this added to a tiny allowance of
the same amount allowed by the
French government, means saving
grace to a French child, allowing it
not only to remain in- its own country,
but with its widowed mother instead
of in an instiution. Thus are the
broken remnants of the little war
families kept together.
Each foster parent is put in direct
touch with the child for whom she
has pledged the necessary 10 cents a
day, and with its mother through cor
respondence. Every cent subscribed
goes to the child. The expenses of
this philanthropy are borne by gener
ous friends of the organization.
To adopt a child or to make a do
nation, large or small, write for in
formation to Mrs. Walter S. Brewster,
room 634, 410 South Michigan ace
nue, Chicago, 111,, with whom all
local chairmen of The Fatherless
Children of France, In every commu
nity, are co-operating.
MIDI MS FAVOR
IHKMHIU
SIXTY-TWO OUT OF SIXTY-SIX
WANT SENATE TO RATIFY
NEW YORK.—The verdict of the
agricultural press overwhelming fa
vorß ratification of the League of Na
tions covenant in its present form,
judging from the results of a canvass
announced today by Prof. W. J.
Campbell, rural extension secretary
of the, LeaguC to Enforce Peace.
Editors and publishers of 66 farm
papers, including nearly every prom
inent publication of this kind in the
country, answered -a questionnaire
recently sent out by the league.
Sixty-two of these unqualifiedly fa
vored ratification of the covenant as
it stands. Two were for ratification
conditioned upon a clearer under
standing of the covenant's meaning.
One was non-committal; and only
one absolutely opposed.
In reporting the results of this can
vass, Professor Campbell says that it
is more convincing even than the
long list of several hundred favor
able resolutions adopted by Granges
and other agricultural organizations
and now on file at the national head
quarters of the league.
Many editors wrote that in their
stand for the covenant" they voiced
the opinions of the vast majority of
their readers. The 66, papers repre
sent a constituency covering 43
states. Six of them, all favorable, to
the league, report a combined circu
lation of 2,100,000.
Charges of non-support and deser
tion formed the basis for two divorce
suits filed the fore part of this week,
one by Mildred Harris against James
M. Harris and the other by Anna K.
Philbrick against James A. Philbrick.
Judge and Mrs. Stephen J. Chad
wick and daughter, Miss Elizabeth,
who are leaving Olympia to reside in
Seattle, were entertained by Mr. and
Mrs. A. H. Chambers at an informal
dinner party Saturday evening. The
other guests wer# Judge and Mrs. W.
W Tolrnan and Mr. and Mrs. P. M.
Troy. Miss Hope Chambers assisted
her mother.
• PACT AS DRAWN
Two Wives Seek IHvoi-ce,
County
Legal Notices
. 'nil m _i *(•; 141 <• c<ii;ht <>r the
V "'', ,f ushingion for Thurston
Am..i k I hilbrbk. plaintiff, vs. James
A I 'i; 11 lo irk. defendant.
s tnuin,ins for Publication.
Th< slut" Of Washington to the said
J ■ i.i -s \ Philhrirk :
' •'■ hereby, summoned to appear
HI!! i Sixty days after the date of tile
tii.-l 'pub!i. ;ttion of tliis summons, to
wit within Sixty days after the 2Ttli
day "I June. i:ua. and defend the above
entitled net ion in the above entitled
■■•■ tin and answer tile complaint of the
! s.ntiit end serve a copy of your an
swer on tin- undersigned" attornev for
(iluintiff. at Ills otltee below stated"; and
in ease of tour failure so to do, judg
ment w ill lie rendered against you ae
' diug t' the demami of the complaint
whieli lias been tiled with tile clerk of
-'id rout. Tile object of this action is
for a divorce from defendant to plain
tiff "II tile grounds of desertion, non
support and abandonment, and for a
drc'ee that certain property in Tenino
is the separate property of plaintiff
r „ . ~. P. C. KIBRE,
Plaintiffs Attorney. P. o. Address,
Tenino. Thurston Countv. Wash.
Published June 27, July' t. 11. is, 2".
and August 1 and *, 191k.
IN THE SL'PEIIIOU COI'UT OK THE
State of Washington, in and for
1 hiirston county,
in re tile estate of George W. Bell de
ceased. No. 2221.
Notice of Settlement of h'lnnl Account
uod lien ring on Petition for
lllMtrlliutlon.
Notice is hereby given that the
executrix of the above en
titled estate lias filed herein her final
account and petition for distribution,
and lots petitioned the court to set a
day for the settlement of said tinai
account, and for hearing on said pe
tition for distribution, and the court
has set Monday, tlte 21st day of July,
1919, at tile hour of 2 o'clock p. m.,
and the'eourt room of tlte court house
of Thurston county, in department No.
2 thereof as the time and place for
the settlement of said tinai account
and hearing on said petition for dis
tribution. and all persons interested
in said estate or having objections to
said llnal account, ami petition for
distribution, lie and they are hereby
notified to tile tlte same on or before
said time and at said place.
By order of the superior court.
Witness my hand ami the seal of
said superior court this ISth dav of
June. 1919.
W. J. MILROY.
Deputy County Clerk and Clerk of the
Superior Court.
Published June 110, 27. July 4, 11 and
IS, 1019.
IN THR SUPERIOR COURT OF THR
State of Washington, in and for
Thurston county. (In probate.)
In the matter of the estate of Le s
W. Osborne, deceased. No. 22N3.
NOTICE.
Notice Is hereby given that \V. *\V.
Bettman. executor of the last will and
testament of the estate of Lewis W.
Osborne, deceased, has Hied with the
clerk of the above entitled court u
petition for the distribution herein, in
which petition the said \V. W. Bett
man as such executor also requests the
taking of the decree herein, finding and
adjudging that all the debts of the said
deceased and of his estate have been
paid.
Notice is hereby given that said pe
tition will come on for hearing before
Department One (1) of the above en
titled court on the Hist day of Jul'-.
1919. at 10 o clock a. ni„ or as sooti
thereafter as counsel can be heard, in
the court room of said Department
One (1) in the Thurston county court
house, in the city of Olympia, Washing
ton.
Notice Is further given that tlie court
in said petition is asked to settle such
report, distribute the property to tlie
persons entitled to the same In accord
ance with the terms of the will, and to
discharge 'the executor.
W. W. BETTMAN,
Kxecutor of the Last Will and Testa
ment of Lewis W. Osborne, deceased.
First publication dated June 20. 1919.
Published June 20, 27. July 4 and
11. 1919.
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE
State of Washington, in and for tlie
County of Thurston.
In re the estate of Allen E. Palmer,
deceased. No. 2306.
Notice of Settlement of Final Account
and Hcarlnga on Petition for
Distribution.
Notice is hereby given that the un
dersigned administratrix, with the will
annexed, has filed herein her final ac
count and petition for distribution, in
which she asks the court to settle her
final account and distribute the prop
erty of the estate to the heirs or per
sons entitled thereto, and that the
Court has set July 2. 1919 at the hour
of 2 o'clock p. m. and the court room
of the court house of Thurston county,
at Olympla, Washington. Department
No. 2 thereof, as the time and place for
the settlement of said final account
and hearing on said petition for distri
bution. and all persons having objec
tions to the same or any portion there
of are hereby notified to present the
same on or before said time and at
said place.
ELIZABET fI A. PALMER.
Administratrix with the Will annexed
of the estate of Allen E. Palmer, de-
Published June t, 13, 20 and 27, 1919.
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OK THE
State of Washington, for Thurston
County.
Anna Rose Manker, plaintiff, vs. James
Stella Manker, defendant. No. 7278.
SUMMONS FOR PUBLICATION.
State of Washington to the said
James Stella Munker, defendant:
You are hereby summoned to appear
within sixty days after the date of
the first publication of tills summons,
to-wit: within sixty days after the
27th day of June, 1919, and defend the
above entitled action In the court afore
said and serve a copy of vour answer
or other pleadings upon the under
signed attorney for plaintiff at the ad
dress below given. In case of your
failure so to do Judgment will be ren
dered against you in accordance with
the demand of said complaint which hns
been filed with the clerk of said court.
This Is ah action for divorce upon the
grounds of abandonment and cruelty,
and to have real and personal property
set aside to the nluintiff.
JULIA E. WALDRIP.
Attorney for Plaintiff.
Office and P. O. Address:
"16 Main St.. Olympla. Wash.
Published June 27. July 4. 11. IS and
23, and August 1 and S. 1919.
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE
State of Washington. In and for the
County of Spokane.
In the matter of the foreclosure of De
linquent Tax Certificate L-7707. John
T. Mallery, plaintiff, vs. Reed and
Continental Land Companv. a corpor
ation. also' The International Casu
alty Company, a corporation, also all
other persons or parties unknown
claiming any right, title, estate, lien
or interest in or to the real estate in
this summons and noticaf described,
defendants. No. 59339.
SUMMONS AND NOTICE.
The state of Washington, to Reed and
Continental Land Company, a corpora
tion. also The International Casualty
Company, a corporation, also all other
(Iran Up Mt. Talior Cemetery.
Friends and relatives of those
buried in Mt. Tabor cemetery, which
is located on the Pacific highway t
short distance east of the city limits,
gathered at the cemetery Wednesday
and spent the day cleaning away the
brush and weeds. A basket lunch
was served at noon by the women. An
association to maintain the cemetery
was also formed.
porsons or parties unknown, claiming
any right. title, estate, lier, or interest
in or to the real estate in this summons
ami notice described
You ami each of von are herebv not!-
lied
That Reed ami Continental Land Com
pany. a corporation, also The Inter
national Casualty Company, a cornoia
tion are the tax record owners of Un
real property hereinafter described; that
John T. Mailery. the plaintiff hen In. is
tin* owner and liolder of delimjuont tax
certificate L-7707; that said certilh ate
was issued bv the treasurer of Spokane
county, state of Washington, on the
lftth day of August. 1917. to Albert A.
Paisley and by hi in. for a good and val
uable consideration, assigned to John
T. Mailery, the plaintiff herein, for the
sum id* $32.53, which sum is the amount
of said certificate paid by the owner
and holder thereof for the tuxes then
assessed tinnaid and delinquent against
the following described real property
situated and being In the county •»f
Spokane, state of Washington, to-wit.
Tite North half (Vz) of the Northwest
quarter (*4) and all of the Northeast
quarter (L). except the Southeast quar
ter ( y; > thereof of Section Nine (9).
Twp. Twenty-five (2G>. Range Forty
two (I2>. for the years 1915 and 191<l.
together with interest thereon from the
date of delinquency thereof to June ft.
1917. the date of the purchase of said
certificate, at the late of 12 per cent
per annum, and all penalties thereon
accrued or accruing; that the said nlain
tiff. as the owner and holder of said
certificate, lias paid all taxes against
said described, real property, as follows;
On May 28. 1919. $14.77. for the vear
1918.
On June 1, 1918. $15.92. f«»r the vear
1917.
That the plaintiff hereby elects to
acquire title to said described real prop
erty. subject to assessments for local
improvements against the same.
That Reed and Continental Land
Company, a eornoration. also The inter
nal hma I Casualty Company, a corpora
tion. defendants above mentioned, claim
some interest in and to the real prop
erty above described, but such interest,
if any. is inferior to that of the plaintiff
herein.
That each and all payments herein
mentioned. made by tlte owner ami
holder of snld certificate shall draw In
terest at file rate of 12 per cent per an
num from the dates tlte same were
made.
Thai the plaintiff herein claims a lien
against all of the above described real
property for the total amount of said
payments and interest, and will apply
to the above-entitled court for judg
ment foreclosing said lien, subject to
valid municipal taxes, if any.
That you and ouch of you are hereby
summoned to appear within sixty days
after the date of the first publication of
this summons, which said date Is June
Ililts, exclusive of the day of faid
first publication, and defend the above
entitled action in the above-entitled
court, or pay to the treasurer of Spo
kane county ttie amount due. together
with tlTb costs of this action, and in
case of your failure so to dof judgment
will he rendered foreclosing the lien of
said taxes, assessments, penalties, inter
est and costs paid and accruing against
tlie land and premises above-described,
and that all process herein may he
served upon the undersigned attorney
for the plaintiff.
JOHN T. MALbRRV,
bv JOSEPH R. LINDSLEY.
By FRANK V. DUBOIS.
Deputy Prosecution; Attorney and At
torney for Plaintiff
Post Office address: County court house.
Spokane. Washington.
Published June 12, HO. 27. July 4. II
IS 22. 1919.
IN THR SUPERIOR COURT Ol> THR
State of Washington, for Thurston
County. In Probate.
In tlie Matter of the Rstate of Oeor
gluna S. Ford. Deceased. No. 2414.
Notice to Creditors to File Claims.
Notice is herein- given, that letters
of administration on the estate of
Oeorgia'ba S. Ford, deceased. Were
granted to the undersigned, on the
31st day of May, 1919, by the said Su
perior Court.
All persons having Claims against
said estate, are required to serve them
With the necessary vouchers upon H.
A. Perclval personally, or ut his resi
dence No 108 Front. sfreet. Olympia.
Washington, within six months after
the date of the first publication of this
notice, toxvlt. within six months after
the 6th day of June, 1919. and file the
same with the clerk of this court to
gether with proof of such service, or
thev shall be forever barred.
bated at Olympia. Wash., this 31st
dav of May, 1919.
S. M. PRRCIVAL.
J. C. PRRCIVAL.
H. A. PRRCIVAL.
Administrators of the Rstate of Geor
gluna S. Ford, Deceased.
Date of first publication. June 6. 1919.
Published May 'O. June 6, IS, 20 and
27. 1919.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Notice is hereby given that sealed
bids will be received by the State Board
of Control up to and Including Tues
duv. July 15. 1919. at 11:110 o'clock a.m..
for the construction of a frame cottage
at the State School for Girls at Grand
Mound, Washington, designated as "en
gineer's cottage."
Bids must be mailed to the secretary
of the State Board of Control. Olympla.
Washington, mafked "Bids on* Engi
neer's Cottage. State School for Girls."
Bids must be accompanied by a certi
fied check in the amount of five (51
per cent of the price bid. made payable
to the secretary of the State Board of
Control, as a guarantee that the bidder
will sign a contract and perform the
work If the contract Is awarded .to him.
The State Board of Control reserves
the right to reject any or all bids, and
will accept the bid which in their Judg
ment Is the best.
Drawings and specifications may be
seen at the office of the superintendent
of the State School for Girls at Grand
Mound. Washington, or the office of the
State Board of Control. Olympla. Wash-
U ,Kto| i STATE BOARD OK CONTROL.
By KRED E. BALDWIN, Chairman.
Attest:
G. W. BELT, Secretary.
Published June 20 and 27. 1919.
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OK THE
State of Washington, in and for the
County of Thurston.
C. Edna Rrown, plaintiff, vs. B. W.
Brown, defendant. No.
NIMMON.S.
The State of Washington to the said
B. W Brown, defendant. .
You are hereby summoned to appear
within slxtv days after the first mihji
cation of this summons, towlt: within
sixtv days after the 30th day of May,
1919. and defend the above entitled ac
tion in the above entitled court, and
answer tne complaint of the plaintiff
and serve a copy pf your answer upon
the undersigned attorneys for plain
tiff at their office below stated, and In
case of vour failure so to do Judgment
will he rendered against you according
to the demand of the complaint which
has been filed with the clerk of the
said court. •
The object of tills action is to obtalh
a divorce from you on the part of Co
plaintiff because of cruel and Inhuman
treatment of the plaintiff by you. and
for failure to provide for and to sult
ably uud properly support the plaintiff.
TROY A STURDEVANT.
Attoriievs for Plaintiff
204-207 Olympla National Bank Build
in. Olvmpla. Washington.
Published May 30. June 6. 1"., 20 ami
27. and July 4 and 11. 1919.
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE
State of Washington, in ami for the
County of Spokane.
In the Matter of the Foreclosure of De
linquent Tax Certificate LSftll. In
terstate Land Co.. a corporation,
plaintiff, vs. Averill Machinery Co.. a
corporation, and Beaverbrook Lumber
Co.. a corporation, also all other per
sons or parties unknown, claiming
any right, title, estate, lien or inter
est In or to the real estate In this
summons and notice described, de
fendants. No. 58402.
SUMMONS AND NOTICE.
The State of Washington to Beaver
brook Lumber Co., a corporation, and
Averill Machinery Co.. a corporation
also all other persons or parties un
known. claiming any right, title, estate,
lien or interest In or to the real estate
lin this summons and notice described.
You and each of you are hereby noti
fied
That Beaverbrook Lumber Co.. a cor
poration, is tiie tax record owner of the
real property hereinafter described, that
Interstate Land Co.. a corporation, the
; plaintiff herein, is the owner and holder
of delinquent tax certificate L 6911; that
said certificate was issued by the treas
• urer «>f Spokane countv, state of Wash
i inuton, on the Nth day of January. 1917,
;t" tiie plaintiff herein, for the sum of
j ninety-six hundredths dollars, which
| sum Is the amount of said cer
tificate paid by the owner and
j holder thereof for the taxes then
i assessed, unpaid and delinquent against
(the following described real property
situated and being in the county of Spo
kane. state of Washington, towit: The
I west 1 foot of lot 7. block 4. Alta Vista
•Addition to the Town of Webster (in
! sec. 12-25-42), Spokane county. Wash
ington. for the years 1913 and 1914. to
gether with interest thereon from the
date of delinquency thereof to January
6th. 1916. the date of the purchase of
said certificate, at the rate of 15 per
cent per annum, and all penalties there
on accrued or accruing; that the said
plaintiff, as the owner And holder of
said certificate, has paid taxes against
said described real property, as follows:
On Jan. 7. 1917, $.19. for the year 1915.
| <>n July 26, 1917, $.lB, for the year
The 1918 taxek will be paid at the
[time application for judgment is made
j That the plaintiff hereby elects to ac
quire title to said described real prop
erty. subject to assessments for local
improvements against the same,
j That Ave rill Machinery Co., a corpo-
I ration, and Beaverbrook* Lumber Com-
I pan v. a corporation, defendants above
j mentioned, claim some interest in and
to the real property above described,
hut such interest, if any. is inferior to
' that of the plaintiff herein.
! That each and ail payments herein
i mentioned, made by the owner and
(holder of said certificate shall draw in
terest at the rate of 15 per cent per
I annum from the dates the same were
' V x< T nt , taxes since June.
■liUi. winch draw 12 per cent.
Thnt the plaititifT herein claims a lien
{against nil of the above described real
property for the total amount of said
|l>ayments and Interest, and will apply
to the above-entitled court for iudg-
Iment foreclosing said lien, subject to
valid municipal taxes, if any.
That you and each of you .we hereby
summoned to appear within sixty days
I after the date of the first publication of
this summons, which said date is May
In. 1!M» exclusive of the day of said
first publication, and defend the above
entitled action in the above-entitled
J court, or pay to the treasurer of Spo
kane county the amount due. together
with the costs of this action, and in case
of your failure so to do, judgment will
he rendered foreclosing the lien of said
taxes, assessments, penalties. Interest
and costs paid and accruing against the
• land and ""emises above-described, and
i that all process herein may l»e served
l, ! >0 i n undersigned attorney for the
i plaintiff.
INTKRSTATK LAND CO.. a Corpora
tion.
Plaintiff.
JOSEPH B. LINDSI.EY,
/ Prosecuting Attorney.
' . FRANK V. DUBOIS,
Deputy Prosecuting Attorney and Attor-
ney for Plaintiff.
Postofflee address: Countv Courthouse
Spokane. Washington. •
Published May 16. 23. 30 and June 6.
13, 20 and 27. 1919.
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE
State of Washington, in and for the
( ounty of Thurston.
11l re the I estate of Emnier Hull, de
ceased. No. 2420.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Notice Is hereby given that the un
dersigned has been appointed and qual
ified as executor of the estate of the
above named. Emmer Hull, deceased,
and all persons having claims against
the suld deceased, or against her estate,
be and they are hereby required to
serve th» same on the undersigned ex
ecutor personally or at Ills place of bus
iness, Nil. 204-207 Olympla National
Hank Hiiilding. Olympla. Washington,
and tile the same with the clerk or the
above entitled court, together with
proof of such service thereof, within
six months from the date of the first
publication of this notice, or else the
same will be forever barred.
P. M. TROY. ,
Executor of the estate of Emmer Hull,
deceased.
Date ot tlrat publication, June 13,
1919.
Published June 13. 20. 27. Julv 4 and
11. 1919.
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