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i! WE have plenty ° f |ls|lli§ Local Dressed P .v ' 'jyP* i ;, t t!h» following prices: Fancy Turkoys 62c J Dressed Ducks 40c Dressed Geese 40c Dressed Hens and Springers 35c >gS» Fork Leg Roast 28c y •\ > v Pork Loin Roast 28c \ V Shoulder Roast 22V2C side Pork 2 2y 2 c at Cash and Carry prices. Xm&f Our usual ow prices on Veal, Beef and Mutton / Olympia Cash ' j j Market IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE; State of Washington, for Thurston I County. In Probate In the Matter of the Estate of Elmer T. Lewis. Deceased. No. Notice to Creditors to File Claims. Notice is hereby given, that letters Testamentary on the Est&te of Elmer T. Lewis, deceased, were granted to the undersigned, on tlie 7th day of Decem ber. 1920. by the said Superior Court. All persons having claims against said estate, are required to serve them with the necessary vouchers upon me at tny residence near Olympla. Washing ton. or upon my Attorney Messrs Troy & Sturdevant at their office in Olym pla National Bank Building, Olympla. Washington, within six months after the date of the first publication of this notice, to-wit, within six months after the 10th day of December 1920, anl file the same with the clerk of this Court together with proof of such ser vice. or they shall be forever barred. Dated at Olympla. , Wash., this 7th day of December 1920. DENA LEWIS. Executrix of the Estate of Elmer T. Lewis, deceased. Published Dec. 10-17-24-31. 1920. NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE State of Washington, in and for Thurston County. Nettle Maioney, plaintiff, vs. Henry Nel son and Verna Nelson, husband and wife, et al., defendants. No. 7666. * Special Execution. Under and by virtue of a writ of Special Execution Issued out of the Superior Court of the State of Wash ington. holding terms at Olympla, In an* for Thurston County, in said Stato, *nd dated on the 3rd day of December lIM. on a judgment rendered In said court on the 80th day of November, If 80. la favor of the above named plalntift, and against the above named Defend ant*. For the sum of four thousand and serenty-ltve and 57-100 dollars, togeth er with an Attorney's fee. and costs of suit taxed; with Interest at the rate of •1* per cent per annum from date there at, and amounting In all to the sum of tear thousand and seventy-five and 17-100 dollars. , . „ Which said writ of Bpaclal Execu tion was to me as Sheriff of Thurston County. Washington, duly directed and (delivered, and by which I am com manded to seU a* Public Auction, according to law. the following «- acribed real estate, to-wit: Tho south half of the south east quarter of sec sa.'srs.a.^sr?.? a Rr.aad Ifo. Famer ; Prices for farm products are dropping, just as pre the prices of everything else. All the more neces sity for conservation of jour resources. Invest a small amount vritii the Capital Savings and loan Association Corner Fifth and Wash. Olympia ,y ' BewjJjlante at wholesae prices. Marshal', Gold Dollar, Clark - Senilis*, and Pattoa strawber ry plants, 95 per 100». ' I Alto Loganberries, 'Black Caps, and Raspberries. If you wish to plant nejrt spring, place your order early. | Brig's Fhdt Ranch Olympia, Wash. MICKIE, "THE PUNTER'S DEVIL and the southwest quarter of section three (3) in Township sixteen (!li> j North of two (2) west \V. Af.. all , situated in Thurston County. Washiir?- I tion, less the following: Right of wav of tlie Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Paul I Railway, less a right of way for county ' road and now used as a county road by the County of Thurston, and less | one acre deeded to Thurston County, : Washington. for a gravel pit. Now. therefore, public notice is here- j by given that on the Bth day of .lanu- ' ary. 1921, at 2 o'clock p. m. of said day,' at the front door of the courthouse, on. Fourth street, in the City of Olympla.; Thurston County. Washing-ton, I will sell the above described real estate at public auction, to the highest bidder I fov cash, or so much thereof as may be ncc -ssary to raise sufficient to sat isfy said last above named amount, together with increased costs and increased interest ; Dated at Olympla. Washington, this 7th day of December, 1920. ,J. H. UIFFORD, Sheriff of Thurston Co TROY & STURDEVANT, Attorneys for Plaintiff. Olympla Wash. Published Dec. 30, 17. 24. 31 1920; and Jan. 7, 1921. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE State of Washington, in and for Thurston county. In the Matter of the Estate of Caroline Roetter, deceased. No. 2532. Notice of Hearing Final Account and i Keport and Petition for Distribution. I Notice Is hereby given that Fred Roetter, the executor of the estate of Caroline Roetter deceased, has ren 2ered and presented for settlement to, nd filed with the clerk of the Superior Court of said County and Stato his Qnal account and report and petition for distribution as such executor an-1 that Monday, the 10th day of January! 1920 at 10 o'clock A. M.. at the court room of our said Superior Court at Olympla, In said county, has been dulv appointed by our Superior Court for the Settlement of the Final Account, at which time the Court Is asked to settle such report, distribute the prop-1 erty to the heirs or persons entitled' to the name and discharge the executor. , Witness, the Hon. D. F. Wright, Judge i of the said Superior Court, and the seal of said Court affixed this 6th day of December, 1920. „ W. J. MILROY, Deputy County Clerk and Clerk of the Superior oCurt. , Pubilahed Dec. 10-17-24-31, 1980. .NOTICE OF SALE OF STATE LANOI 1 !f.i! e i eby f ,ven - That on Tues- Ml day °? January, mi. 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 mlfJ? * a J' 1 <,ay ' ,n front ° r 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 9' '7 * member of the Board of State !x >l, *S" ~o f . the Btat ® I Washington, the following described state lands, together with tne improve situated thereon, will be sold at KSor^folwV 0 the h,Bheßt b,dder »r^?P U0,1 ! ,0n No. 11146. NEW Of NW*. of section 36. township 19 ?? rth - range 8 west. W. M.. containing 40 acres, more or less, according to the atT/fooo" 1 survey thereof . appraised BubJeict 'to an easement for right of way for county road heretofore grant ed to Thurston county, as shown upon the flies, map and recorls thereof .on "'•ln the office of the Commissioner of Public Lands. -Application No. 11194. 8H of NW«4, of section 16, township 18 north, range 8 west, W. If., containing 80 acres, more or less, according to the govern ment survey thereof, appraised at f1.100.00. ' t Said lands will be sold for not less i than the appraised value above stated and upon the terms anl conditions fol- Terms and Conditions of Sale—Not lesa than one-tenth of the purchase firlce must be paid at the time of sale o the officer making the sale. The purchaser. If he be not the owner of the Improvements, must forthwith pav to the officer making the sale the full amount of the appraised value of the Improvements, as above stated. One tentr of the purchase price must be paid annually thereafter with interest on alt deferred payments at the rate of six per- centum per annum, together with accrued Interest on any balance at.the same rate: Provided, That any purchaser may make full payment of principal, Interest and statutory fees at any time and obtain deed or state J tatent. The purchaser of land contain ng timber or other valuable materials is prohibited by law from cutting oi removing any such timber or materials without first obtaining consent of the Commissioner of Public Lands or ths board, until the full adount of the our chase price has been paid and deed issued. ; All tales 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 terms and conlitlons prescribed in the act of the legislature annroved March 20 1907. being wtHnn THE WASHINGTON STANDAI 3 of chapter 2" 6 of the aLws of 19'7. Said iands will bo sold subject to the) forms, conditions and reservations of chapter 109 of the Session Laws of 1911, re lan n < to easements for rights-of-way . and the carrying of timber, stone, min erals and other nrodudts over the same. The above described lands ar»» off'-red l«»r sale in pursuance of an order of tl.e Board of .State Land rom: ilssionet s. and an order of sale duly issued tiiid certified by the Commissioner <»f Pub.ic Lands of the State of Washington now «»:i tile in the off.ee of the c >unty au ditor of said county. CLARK V SAVIDOB. Commissioner of Public Lands. Published Nov. Doe. 3-10-17-24-31. 1020. ix tiii: sriM-:ii:« -u «'>nrr <»k tiik State of Washington, In and far Thurston County. j In the Matter of the Petition of Union Lumber Co., cor dissolution. No. . \otl«e nl lleaarinig on Appllciitlon lur I »l?o*mIh! ii>ii of I nlon Lumber Co. j Notice is herebp Riven that the U.iion 'Lumber Companp, has Hied an applied-'! tion n the above entitled court for dissolution and that the above entitled Court has set Monday, the 14th day <»f . i o'clock. A. M.. in the Court Room of th-» ! Court House of Thurston County, Wash- j ington, Department Xo. 2. Olympia. as , the time and p'ace for the hearing oi said application and all persons having) any objections thereto be and they are , hereby notified to appear on or before said time and place and protest the j same. By order of the Superior Court. | Witness my hand and the seal of said ► court. V. .»iILROY, County Clerk of Super ior Court. Published Pec. 17-24-31, 1020; Ja*» 7-14-21*28 ;*F«b. 4, 1921. in the superior court ok -ihi. State of Washington, in and for, Thurston County. In the Matter of the Estate of Kllen "ell Hawkes, deceased. In Probate' No. —. Notice of Settlement of Final Account. Notice is hereby Riven. That William H. liawkes, the administrator of the estate of Kllen Bell Hawkes. deceased, has rendered and presented for settl •- nient to, and filed in the Superior Court of said county and state his final ac count and petition for distribution such administrator; and that Monday, the 21th day of January, A. 1). 1921, at 10 o'clock A. M., at the court room of our said Superior Court, in the City of Olyrnpia, in said county, lias been duly appointed by our said Superior Court for the settlement of the final account, at which time and place any person In terested In said estate may appear and file his ex.-mptions in writing to the said final account and petition and.run test the same. Witness the Hon. John M. Wilson, Judge of the said Superior Court, and the seal of said court affixed this 21st dav of December, A. D. 1920 (SEAL) V. A. MIL.ROY. County Clerk and Clerk of said Supe rior Court. Published Pec. 24-31. 1920; Jan. 7- 11, 1921. IN THE" SUPERIOR COURT OK THE State of Washington, for Thurston County. In the Matter of the Estat?< of Cather ine M. Millar and Fannie Ftndloy, deceased. In Probate. No. 2634. Notice to Creditor* to Pile Claims. Notice Is hereby given, That letters of administration on the estates o' Cath erine M. Miller and Fannie Flndiay. de ceased, were granted to the under j slvned on the 20th day of December. 1920. by the said Superior Court. All persons having claims against said estates are required t.> serve them with the necessary vouchers upon me at my residence, Olyrnpia, Washington, or upon my attorneys. Troy & Sturde- I vant. rooms 204, 205. 206 and 207 Olvm | pla National Bank Building. Olyrnpia. .Washington, within six months after I the date of the first publication of this notice, to-wit. within six month* afte- I the 24th day of December, 1920, and | file the same with the clerk of this ! court, together with proof of such ! service, or they shall be forever barred. I Dated at Olyrnpia, Wash., this 24th • day of December. 1920. WILL FINDLAY. Administrator of the Estates of Cath erine M. Miller and Fannie Flndlay, Deceased. Puhllshed Dec. 24-31, 1920; Jan. 7- | 14. 1921. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE State or Washington, for Thurston County. In the Matter of the Estate of T. J Kegley, deceased. In Probate. No 2800. Notice to Creditors to File CMlma. Notice is hereby given. That letter! of administration on the estate of T J. Kegley, deceased, were granted tc the undersigned by the said Superioi Court. All persons having claims again«l said estate are required to serve them with the necessary vouchers upon ut at our residence, near Olympi-s. Wash, or puon our attorneys, Troy Sturde vant, rooms 204, 205. 206 and 207 Olyrn pia National Bank Building, Olyrnpia , Washington, wlttyn six months artei the date of the first publication of thlf notice, to-wit, within six months aftei the 24th day of December. 1920, antf file the same with the clerk of this court, together with proof of sitcli service, or they shall be forever barred Dated at Olympla. Wash., this 24th 1 day of December, 1920. S. M. KEGLU v\ RONALD KEGLEY. Published Dec. 24-31, 1920; Jan. 7- , 14. 1921. 1 IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF TH* State of Washington, in and for Tharston County. : E. B. Taylor and Marvelie Taylor, hus band and wife, plaintiffs, vs. Freder ick Finqh and Jane Doe Finch, hli • wife: Duncan B. Finch and Eunice C Finch, husband and wife, and the un- I known heirs of Frederick Finch anr Jane Doe Finch and Duncan B. Finch and Eunice E. Finch, or either «\ . them, if any there be. and T. A. Cris man and Jane Doe Crlsman. his wife 1 and the unknown heirs of T. A. Crls man and Jane Doe Crlsman, or eithei i of them, If any there be; S. A. Snorts and Jane Doe Snody. husband ant 1 Jane Doe Snody. husband and wife, am i the unknown heirs of said S. A. Snort? i and Jane Doe Snody. or either o: them, if any there be; Eugene Duncar I and Jane Doe Duncan, his wife Walter M. Duncan and Mary G. Dun i can, his wife, and the unknown helri I of said Eugene Duncan and Jane Doi . Duncan. Walter M. Duncan and Man G. Duncan, or either of them. If anj 1 there be; also all other persons oi parties unknown, claiming any right title, estate, or interest in the rea estate described in the complain r herein, defendants. No. —. I Nu hussars by Publication, i State of Washington to the sait > Frederck Finch and Jane Doe Finch i Mc wife * Duncan B. Finch and Eunlc D. OfiVMPIA, WASHINGTON. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 24. 1920 ONLY ONE MORE DAY For the late shoppers we suggest the following. A nice assortment of each item still on hand: EATH ROBES SCARFS CAPS PAJAMAS BILLFOLDS AUTO GLOVES W NIGHT GOWNS NELKWEAR SOCKS H / SHIRTS SUSPENDERS GARTERS WW / SLIPPERS BELTS ARMBANDS / UMBRELLAS HATS MEN'S JEWELRY (M VlSv'iy / SMOKING JACKETS HANDKERCHIEFS W| IV y/ j COMBINATION SETS vSp; SUITS AND OVERCOATS— E very Suit aad Overcoat in stock BOYS' SUITS —20 per cent reduction on all Boys' Suits. (This / includes our famous Dubbelbilt Suits.) _ y 7 Many other items are on display, and we have plenty of r J extra help, so vou will be served promptly. GOTTFELDS . 211 EAST FOURTH \ l'inch. husband and wife, and the i inknovn lirir> of Frederick Finc-ti and i lane Doe Finch anrt Duncan 11. Finch ; snrt Eunice K. l'inch. or either of them, if any there be: T. A. Crlsman and Jane Doe Crlsman. his wife, and the un- I known heirs of T. A. Crlsman and Janel Doe Ciisman. or elihei of turn:, if any| there be; S. E. Snody anrt Jane Doe! 3nody, husband anrt wife, and the un there be" S r.odv ..ni • r<"*j Doe Snody, or cither of them. If any there be; Eugene Dam an anil .lane l»o..-1 Duncan, his wife. WailC! M. D :tn ■ • und Mary G. Duncan, his wife, and the unknown heirs of .-aid Eugene D..nc.in and Jane Doe Duncan. Waiter M. Dun tan and Mary G. Duncan, or either •.f them. If any there lie, u:-o all oth-r persons or I'rties unknown, c aiming any right, title, estate, or interest in the real estate described in the com plaint herein, defendants. sou and each ..f yon are hereby sum moned to appear within sixty dp..- after the date of the first publication of this summons, to-wit; within sixiv, days after the 24th day of December, | 1920, and defend the above entitled ac- | tlon in the above entitled court. anrt' answer the complaint of the plaintiffs and serve a copy of yotir answer upon the undersigned attorneys for plai i- i tifTs at their office below stated; and in case of your failure so to do. jud r-| ment will be rendered against you ac cording to the demand of the com- ! plaint, which has been filed with the clerk of said court. This Is an action to tille upon the following described premises, sit uate. lying and belnsr in Thurston county, Washington, to-wit; Commencing at a point seventy (73) rods west of a point forty (ID) rods south of the northeast corner of and I > the Donation C aim of Clanrlck Crosby and Phoebe H. Crosby, his wife, anrt from said beginning point thence ea-t ten (10) rods, thence south eight (8) rods to ,a point of beginning, containing one-half acre. Sometimes also designated as, fol lows; One-half acre in C. Crosby Donation Claim No. 63, township eighteen (IS) north, range two (2» west, being the south thirty-four (31) fegt of lot fo.ir (4). lot five (5). and the north thirty right fet (3«) feet of lot eight (*». block 'w-nty (20) of Crosbv's Addition to Clympla, Thurston county, Washington. Ana to exclude any c'alm you and each of you may have In and to the same, or therein. TROY & BTURDEVANT. Attorneys for Plaintiffs. Rooms 204-B-6-7 Olympla Nat'l. Hank Bldg., Olympla, Wash. Published Dec, 24-31, 1320; Jan. 7- 14-21-28; Feb. 4, 1921. NIGHT SCHOOL OFFERS TRADE MATHEMATICS Superintendent Wledman of BellinK hail} Schools Complimented by Director Hummel. The night school work of Bellini;- ham has been organized this year under the direction of D. E. Wledman the new superintendent of schools. One of the outstanding features of the work is that of the class In trade mathematics. Mr. Zack Jones, in structor, stated that they have kept the enrollment of the class down to twelve so that the instructon can be made Individual. Mr. Jones said in regard to the work, "I have each man bring tho particular problems that he meets in his work in the trade during the day to class with him and we discuss these problems together." An inspector from the state board for vocational education recently in spected the class and found In the group some who ar« doing trigono metry, others algebra, and one car penter working with geometry. "Efforts of this kind cannot be commended too highly because this Is the kind of educational service that functions in making individuals more efficient in their trades and turning By Charles Sughroc © Weston Newspaper Union I them Into an economic asset to the ! industry and the community, said W. ! G. Hunimel, director of the state ! vocational work. I (jltMsrjjP Plancicli. ; George Planich, aged 16 years, was | buried in the Catholic cometery Fri dav afternoon ofter services at St. Michael's church. He died at Ct Peter's hospital on December 14. LAKE QUfNAULT HOTEL GETS ABERDEEN MAKARER I Olympic National Forest Has Total 3*2,000 Visitors During 11120 Seuson. The Quinault Lake hotel has changed hands and a new permit has just been issued to Wt J. Seaman, according to R. L. Fromme, super visor of the Olympic National Forest. Mr. Seaman lived in Aberdeen and has been operating the hotel during the past summer oil a sub lease from Olson brothers, with whom the government permit has been In effect during the past six years. "The lease covers several acres of government land on the southeast shore of Quainault lake, which is lo cated 46 miles north of Grays Har bor," Mr. Fromme said. "The per mit was granted on a payment of SSO per annum and is not issued for any definite period of years I>ut is good for as long as the conditions in the permit are met. Provision has been made for raising the rental charge at intervals of five years In case the business appears to justify such ad justment. We feel that SSO is quite a nominal payment, but every en couragement is gven at this time to get Quinault lake developed to serve the recreational demands of that por i tion of the national forest." Grays Harbor Wants Resort. The people' in the Grays Harbor cities are particularly anxious that Lake Quinault be developed as a sum mer resort, Mr. Fromme said, and his office has, in addition to this hotel permit, granted 25 permits this past year for summer homes. Dur ing the 1919 season the total of vis itors at Quinault was 1,500, but in 1920 it Jumped to 4,200 persons, about 2,500 persona being granted camping permits, and 500 permits were issued to hunters and fisher men. Fifty families took out resi dence permits, 150 pedestrians signed cards, and 1,000 automobile passen gers traversed the reservation. The total registration of visitors during the summer of 1920 in the entire Olympic National forest reached 32,000 persons, Mr. Fromme stated, most -ef them being counted in Clallam county, and particularly at Lake Crescent. EXTRADITION DEMAND HIKHHS (GOVERNOR HART Christmas Tide Hoars Presents for Yawning Cells in Washington « And California. There was a Christmas rush for extradition at the executive office ou Wednesday. Three applications hav ing passed through the hands of the governor during the afternoon. The governor issued a requisition on Governor Ben Olcott of Oregon for the extradition of George Benn ett, who is wanted in Chelan county for grand larceny. Bennett has been located in Burres. A. W. Parker ha» been appointed to bring the prisoner back to Washington, i A requisition was also issued by th«s governor on the state of Oregon for the return of Fred Shelton, who Is wanted in Mason county for familj* desertion. He has been located by the authorities in Gold Beach, Ore gon. A requisition for the extradition of Madison T. Lewis to California was granted Wednesday by the gov ernor. Lewis is wanten in Imperial county for the crime of forgery which was committed In that county in August 1920. Following the sentenco Lewis was granted a two year pro bation, and was not permitted to leave the county unless he received an -order from the court. In October 1920 he was permitted to go to Loa Angeles to vote and it was from that city that he made his escape to Seattle where he has been located .by the authorities. EXTRADITION OP MRS. FLYNN REFUSED BY GOVERNOR Governor Hart has refused to grant extradition papers for the return of Mrs. Julia May Flynn of Seattle, charged with kidnaping her daughter, Lillian, aged 8. A seven months' search at the expendlture*of consid erable money has been carried on by the sheriff's office In Seattle. Mrs. Flynn was located In East land, Texas, with her daughter, who is attending school In that city. Refusing to grant the extradition, Governor Hart gave his reasons that he was much disturbed over the ex penditure connected with the extra dition of Miss Betty Bralnard from New York in the Stagg kidnaping case. The governor stated that he did not want to heop additional ex pense upon the state when the ac cused person might be readily par doned by the spouse when she ra turned to Washington. Governor Hart serves notice bull dogging steers will not be allowed at any wild west shows held in the Btate of Washington hereafter. Washington Water Power Company to develop 14,000 horse power from Spokane river. Go as High ds You Like, Crook!