WILL TEST LEGALITY
ATTORNEY GENERAL THOMPSON
FILES PETITION H)K WRIT
SUPREME COURT ARBITER
Stat* Board <»f Finance Oidcrs Audi*
tor Clausen to Issue Warrant
To test the legality of the soldiers'
bonus bill adopted by referendum
action of the voters of the state at
the general election, Attorney Gen
eral Thompson Tuesday filed in the
supreme court petition for writ of
mandate to compel State Aud tor C.
W. Clausen to issue a warrant for
the payment of SI,OOO from the
school fund for a bond of like de
nomination issued by the state board
of finance as administrator of the pro
visions of the bonus bill. The case
will be Argued December 17. Attor
ney Frank C. Owings of Olympta has
been retained to represent Clausen
in the teat case.
Board Offers Bonds for Sale.
The board, as administrator of the
bonds, offered for sale one of the
$1 ,000 bonds which it is proposed
to issue and then, in its capacity as
custodian of the permanent state
funds, adopted a resolution to pur
chase from itself this SI,OOO bond as
an investment for that amount of the
state permanent school fund, and
ordered the state auditor to issue
a warrant for that amount. A third
resolution was thereupon adopted
accepting the offer to purchase the
SI,OOO bond, the board, acting in its
dual capacity capacity thus closing
the formal transactions* necessary to
bring about the const'tutlonal test
of the bonus bill. The state auditor
refused to issue the warrant, and
petition for mandamus was then filed
direct In the supreme court.
Under the act the bonus to be
Issued to ra'se the bonus money are
made a legal investment for the per
manent school, higher educat'on, and
accident funds, will draw 6 per cent
Interest, and cannot be sold at dis
count or at les than par.
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UK AMI'S COMMI Nm PLANS
RENOYATION OF ORCHARDS
Elect Ijocal Farm Itmvau OiH< ial*
To Carry Out Extrusion Pi-o-
UTam Next Year.
The Lakamus community, includ
ing the Des Chutes district, held Its
reorganization meeting of the local
unit of the Farm Bureau on Wednes
day, December 1. Miss Ruth Kennedy
home demonstration agent, and W. H.
Dunham, county club leader, repre
sented the extension division service
of the state college. Lakamus lined
up the following program of work to
be undertaken during the next year.
One silo study tour, one pickle
club, 100 per cent of the cows tested
for tuberculosis, one livestock study
club, 100 swarms of bees, one demon
stration of the transfer of the bees
and one lecture on bees, one potato
grading demonstrat'on, one fertilizer
demonstration on three types of soil,
three manure sheds, one crop study
tour In cooperation with Yelm, poul
try work, demonstration on the reno-
of old orchards, an horticul
tural institute, ch'ld welfare work,
hot lunch in the school, one canning
club, two sewing circles, ten dress
forms, one textile testing and judg
ing school, one pressure cooker dem
onstration, four kitchens rearranged,
one home convenience show, and one
home lighting system installed using
W. H. Sexton was elected commun
ity chairman and project leader In
hortltulture, the other leaders chosen
are: dairying, O. F. Hartline; I:ve
stock, Robert Smith; bees, J. B. Mar
tin; crops, Royal F. King; poultry,
C. M. Munson; marketing' Frank
Edwards; food, Mrs. W. H. Sexton;
clothing, Mrs. J. B. Martin; and
household management, Mrs. Charles
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IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OK THE
State of Washington, for Thurston
Mary A. Bell, plaintiff, vs. M. H. Flinn.
and Orpha Flinn, defendants. No.
The State of Washington to the said
M. H. Flinn:
You are hereby summoned to appear
within slxtv days after the date of the
first publication of this summons, to
wit: within sixty days after the 3rd day
of December. 1920, and defend the
above entitled action in the above en
titled court, and answer the complaint
of the plaintiff, and serve a copv of
your answer upon the undersigned at
torneys for the plaintiff at their office
below stated; and in case of your
failure so to do; judgment will
be rendered against you according to
THE WASHINGTON STANDARD, OLYMHA, WASHINGTON. FRIDAY. DECEMBER 3, 1920
the demand of the complaint, which has
been filed with the clerk of said court.
The object of this action is to have the
court ascertain and fix the amount of
indebtedness due the plaintiff Mary A.
Hell from the defendant M. If. I ; 'linn,
and from the community composed «»f
. H Klinti and Orpha Fllnn. his wife,
and to direct a sale of certain shares
of corporate stock in the "Allied Lum
ber Cmpany." a Washington corpora
tion. also certain personal propert" in
the possession of ne Mamie Mouiton. to
satisfv the amount found due the plain
tiff Mary A. Bell..
W. B. STRATTON and
GEO. IT. FUNK.
P. O. Address: Funk-Volland Building,
Phblished Dec, 3-10-17-24-31, 1920;
Jan. 7-14, 1921.
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE
State of Washington, in and for
Catherine Heron, Bridget McSorley,
Maty McSwiggan, Catherine Mc-
Laughlin, James McSorley, Patrick
McSorley, Patrick Coyle, William Mc-
Sorley, Arthur Coyle, Michael McSor
ley. and Thomas McSorley. plaintiffs,
vs. Bridget Walsh, the unknown heirs
of James McSorley, If any; John
Heron. John Coyle, Bernard Coyle,
Charles Coyle. Mary Ann Coyle. the
unknown heirs of Hugy Coyle, if any.
John Bernard Coyle. a minor, and the
unknown heirs, if any, of Ellen Don
nelly, and Patrick McSorley, defend
| ants. No. .
SUMMONS lIY PUBLICATION.
State of Washington to the said
Bridget Walsh, the unknown heirs ot
James McSorley, If any; John Heron,
John Coyle. Bernard Coyle, Charles
Coyle, Mary Ann Coyle, the unknown
heirs of Hugy Coyle, If any; John Ber
nnrd Coyle, a minor, and the unknown
heirs, if any, of Ellen Donnelly, an 3
You are hereby summoned to appear
j within sixty days after the date of the
first publication of this summons, towit
within sixty days after the sth day of
November, 1920, and defend the above
entitled action in the above entitled
court and answer the complaint of the
plaintiff and serve a copy of your an
swer upon the undersigned attorneys
for plaintiff at their offices 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 tiled with
the clerk of the above entitled court.
This Is an action to partition the fol
lowing described real estate. In which
you have some right, title, or Interest,
situate, lying and being in Thurston
county. Washington, to-wlt:
Blocks A, B, C, K and F, of Second
Capital Addition to Olympla, Wash.
Lot 9, of Williams' Five-Acre Tracts.
Capital Addition to Olympla. Wash.
Lot 6. in section 24, township 18 north,
range 2 west, W. M.
1 Lot 1, in section 25, township IS
north, of range 2 west, W. M.
Part of the Offut Donation Claim No.
56, described as follows: Commencing
623 feet west of the northeast corner
of said donation claim; thence west 2SO
feet; thence south 192.5 feet; thence
east 280 feet: thence north 192.5 feet,
to place of beginning, being tax de
scription of Thurston county, Wash
ington. No. 328.
Lots 3. 4 and 5, in the southwest
quarter »f Swan's Subdivision of Block
65. Swan's Addition to Olympia, Wash
Lots 1. 2. 3 and 4, in the southeast
quarter of Swan's Subdivision of Block
66. Swan's Addition to Olympla, Wash
Lots 5 and 6, of blrtck 44, Swan's Ad
dition to Olympian Wash.
Lots 15 to 24 inclusive, In block 1,
Bloom's Subdivision; lots 3 to 8 inclu
sive, in block 2, Bloom's Subdivision;
lots 7 and 8, of block 12, New Highland
Park Addition: lots 9, 10 and 11. of
[block 13, New Highland Park Addition;
[lots 1 and 2, of block 1: and lots 1 and
2. of block 6. in McSorley's Addition to
TROY & STURDB.^NT.
Attorneys for Plaintiff.
P. O. Address: Box 306. Olympla. Wash.
Office Address: Rooms 204-207 Olympla
National Bank Building, Olympia,
Published Nov. 5-12-19-26; Dec. 4-11-
NOTICE TO ELECTORS.
Notice is hereby Riven. That on the
7th day of December, 1920, a General
Election will he held at the regular
polling places of the City of Olympla,
Thurston county, State of Washington,
for the election of the following City
One City Attorney.
One City Treasurer.
One City Clerk.
One Councilman, Second Ward.
One Councilman, Fourth Ward.
One Councilman. Sixth Ward.
The polls will he open at 8 o'clock
a. m. and remain open until 8 o'clock
p. m. on said day.
The polling places are as follows:
First ward. First precinct—Y. M. C.
First ward, Second precinct—Baptist
Second ward—Third and Main streets.
Third ward. First precinct—Bateman-
Third ward, Second precinct—Corner
Second and Plum streets (Old Semi
Fourth ward. Second precinct—3ol
Fifth ward. First precinct—G. A. R.
Fifth ward. Second precinct—l2o3
Fifth ward. Third precinct—l6o Nine
teenth stret (Old Hose House).
Sixth ward. First precinct—Taber
nacle, Rogers and Harrison avenues.
Sixth ward. Second precinct—West
side Chapel. Page street.
Mated this 26th day of November,
HIRAM DOHM, City Clerk.
NOTICE OF SALE OK STATE LA*l)9.
Notice is hereby given. That on Tues
day, the 4th day of January, 1921, be
tween the hours of ten o'clock in the
forenoon and four o'clock in the after
noon. commencing at ten o'clock in the
forenoon of said day, in front of the
main entrance door to the County Court
House In the city of Olympla, county of
Thurston, state of Washington, either
by the County Auditor of said county
or by a member of the Board of State
Land Commissioners of the State of
Washington, the following described
state lands, together with the improve
ments situated thereon, will be sold at
public auction to the highest bidder
Application No. 11146. NEV4 of
NW'4, of section 36. township 19
north, range 3 west. W. M., containing
40 acres, more or less, according to the
government survey thereof, appraised
Subject to an easement for right of
way for county road heretofore grant
ed to Thurston county, as shown upon
the tiles, map and recoils thereof on
tile in the office of the Commissioner
of Public Lands.
Application No. 11194. S% of NWV«.
of section 16, township 18 north, range
3 west. W. M., containing SO acres,
more or less, according to the govern
ment survey thereof. appraised at
I $ 1.200.00.
Said lands will bo sold for not less
I than the appraised value above stated
, ami upon the terms an! conditions fol
| Terms and Conditions of Sale —Not
] less than one-tenth of the purchase
price must bo paid at the time of sale
jto the officer making the sale. The
purchaser, if he he not the owner of
' the Improvements, must forthwith pay
! to the officer making the sale the full
amount of the appraised value of the
improvements, as above stated. Ono
! tentr of the purchase price must be
1 paid annually thereafter with interest
on all deferred payments at the rate of
six per centum per annum, together
i with accrued interest on any balance
at the same rate: Provided, That any
I purchaser may make full pnvment of
princii .11. Interest and statutory fees
at any time and obtain deed or -tale
patent. The purchaser of land contain
-1 InK timber or other valuable materials
'is prohibited bv law from cutting oi
[removing any sucli timber or materials
i without tlrst obtaining consent of the
| Commissioner of Public Lands or th?
board, until the full adount of the pur
chase price has been paid and deed
-vll i ales of state lands are made sub
ject to the reservations of oils, gases,
coals, ores, minerals and fossils of
every name, kind and description, and
to the additional terim and conlltlons
prescribed in the act «»f the legislature
approved March 20, 1007. being section
3 of chapter 256 of the aLws of 11# 7.
Said jhiuis will be sold subject to the
terms, conditions and reservations of
chapter 109 of the Session Laws of 1911,■
relating to easements for rights-of-way
and tne carrying of timber, stone, min
erals and other jrodudts over the same.
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The above described lands are offered
for sale In pursuance of an order of the
Hoard of State Land Commissioners,
and an order of sale duly issued and
certified by the Commissioner of Public
Lands of the State of Washington now
on Hie in the office of the county au
ditor of said county.
CLARK V SAVIDGK.
Commissioner of Public Lands.
Published Nov. 26. Dec. 3-10-17-24-31.
IN THIS SUPKItIOR COURT OF THE
State of Washington, in and for
Thurston County. In probate.
In the Matter «>f the Estate of Charles
Adams. Deceased. No. 2533.
Noflee of Settlement oi I'liml Account.
Notice is hereby given that J. J
Adams, Administrator of the estate of
Charles Adams, deceased, has rendered
and presented for settlement to, anl
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Established 1883 ,
filed in the Superior Court of said
County and State hla account as such
administrator; and that Monday the 6th
day of December A. D. 1920, at 10
o'clock A. M . at the court room of our
paid Superior Court, in the City of
Oiympia. in said County, has been duly
appointed by our said Superior Court
for the Settlement of '.lie Final Account,
al which time and place any person
interested in said i late may appear
and tile his exemptions in writing to
tiie said final account and contest th«
Witness, th ■ T'ou. John M Wilson,
Judge of tlie said Superior Court, and
the seal of said Court affixed this 3rd
day of November. A. D. 1920.
A. C. BAKER.
Deputy County Clerk and Clerk of said
Superior Court. ■
Published Nov. 5-12-19-26; Dec. 3,
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