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The Seattle Republican. [volume] (Seattle, Wash.) 1???-1915, April 19, 1901, Image 4

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PERSONALS 1
Frank's barber shop, 807 A Railroad ;
avenue.
Mrs. O. B. Scott, of Taconia, who is j
well known in this city, has been pro- j
nounced hopelessly insane by the au- j
thorities of Pierce county.
j
Mr. J. P. Ball, Sr., is for the present I
doing advertising work on this paper
and will be pleased to call on those
desiring advertising space in The Re
publican.
Last Sunday many of the citizens of
this city were visitors to Bremerton
station to inspect the battleship lowa,
which is undergoing repairs at that
point.
Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Harris have
taken rooms at 1223 Seventh avenue
for the present. Mrs. Harris contem
plates going East in the near future.
Master Robert Ball, who unfortun
ately got his leg broken a few weeks
ago, is able to sit up again, and his
parents hope that he will be able to
walk about in a few days more.
Mr. R. W. Butler and Mr. Tibbs have
formed a partnership to do contracting
and building work and are having
many calls at present.
Mrs. M. Scott, wife of Rev. Scott, of
the A. M. E. church of this city, ar
rived here last Saturday from San
Francisco, and has taken up her
residence in the parsonage, which is
in connection with the church on
Fourteenth avenue. Rev. Scott is do
ing excellent work here and is suc
ceeding most admirably in building up
the church, both in numbers and in
usefulness, and his wife will prove a
useful helpmate to him in that con
nection.
An elevator for the High School has
been demanded by the parents of the
children who will attend the school,
which is an excellent idea.
Mr. Andrew R. Black, of Washing
ton. D. C, and a graduate of Howard
university in that city from the legal
department, has decided to settle
down in this city and enter into the
practice of law. For the present he is
located in the office of Attorney J. E.
Hawkins, in the Pacific block. This
makes three legal practitioners among
the Afro-Americans in the Queen
City.
Mrs. Howard, who lived in South
Seattle, and who had been very sick
for some time, died at her residence
last Monday evening. Mr. and Mrs.
Howard have been residents of West
ern Washington for a number of years
and had accumulated quite an amount
of property. Mr. Howard is a brother
of Gen. Howard, who was the founder
of the famous institution in Wash
ington City which bears his name,
Howard university.
Hon. W. R. Forrest has been ap
pointed chief deputy marshal for the
Cape Nome district.
It is very gratifying to the Seattle
citizens in general to learn that a Se
attle firm was the lowest bidder for
the government work on the Lake
Washington canal.
President James J. Hill, of the
Great Northern, is in the city perfect
ing plans for his depot.
Mr. J. A. Meek, the recently ap
pointed "liquor inspector" for King
county, has decided to not give up his
job until forced to by the courts.
Mr. Isadore Hendriques was down
from Hot Springs last Monday and
was singing the praises of the hotel
there in the sweetest strains. All of
the boys like the place and are well
pleased with the "sugar"' that comes
their way, said he while in the city.
He returned Tuesday.
Steward Gayton, of the Rainier Club,
has been asked by some of the head
push of the Lincoln cafe, to arrange
the bill of fare every day for that cul
inary, which was quite a compliment
to Mr. Gayton, as the Lincoln sets the
best table of any cafe in the city.
AMUSEMENTS
AT THE THEATERS.
Frawlej Company.
The Frawley Company at the Grand
Opera House enters upon its third
week with a matinee performance
Sunday afternoon. The play which is
to be given during the first four days
of the week is William Gillette's mas
terpiece, "Secret Service," the best
military drama ever written. An
especially interesting feature of the
production is the appearance of T.
Daniel Frawley for the first time dur
ing the present engagement. He will
be seen in the role of Captain Thorne.
a part for which he is eminently fitted
by both talent and temperament. The
remainder of the cast will be exactly
the same as when the piece was last
sen here. "Secret Service" will be
taken off after Wednesday night, and
on Thursday "His Wife's Father" will
take the stage and hold it for the rest
of the week. This piece is one of the
Crane successes which Mr. Frawley
has secured for Western territory.
Jessie \orton.
The Elleford Company, which is
headed by Jessie Norton, and which
plays an engagement of one week at
the Third Avenue theater, opening
with Sunday's matinee, April 21st, I
has broken all records for attendance {
in nearly all the principal cities of!
California, Colorado, Nevada and Ari- j
zona. during their our this season. |
Sunday we have for the opening i
matinee "The American Girl," with i
specialties und fun galore.
Florence Roberts.
This coming week is the last of
the engagement of that favorite young
actress Miss Roberts, who with the
Belasco-Thall Company has met with
such deserved success at the Seattle
theater in their play "Sapho" during
the past week. Miss Roberts and her
company have firmly established them
selves as favorites with our theater
goers, and crowded houses will no
doubt greet them during their fare
well performances. The repertoire
for the week is, Sunday, Monday and
Tuesday, "Carmen," an exciting ro
mantic drama; Wednesday, "The
Adventures of Nell Gwynne," a ver
sion new to this city, and one in which
Miss Roberts has been accorded un
stinted praise for her fine rendition of
the character; Thursday and Friday,
"A Suit of Sable," and "Camille" for
the closing performances Saturday
matinee and night.
SHERIFF SALE.
SHERIFF'S SALE OF REAL ESTATE.
State of Washington, County of King.
SS. Sheriffs Office.
By virtue of an order of sale issued out
of the Honorable Superior Court of King
County, on the 18th day of April, 1901, by
the Clerk thereof, in the case of Fred
Fox, plaintiff, versus W. H. Raynor,
('has. E. Deppman and Christine M. Depp
man, 'his wife; Frank N. Elliott and Ella
R Elliott, his wife; Joseph. A. Dean and
Ella G. Dean, his wife; Samuel L. Whit
ing. S. A. Coolege and E. J. Parkinson,
defendants, No. 23,620, and to me as sher
iff, directed and delivered:
Notice is hereby given, that I will pro
ceed to sell at public auction to the high
est bidder for cash, within the hours pre
scribed by law for sheriff's sales, to-wlt:
At 10 o'clock a. m. on the 25th day of May,
A. D. 1901, before the court house door of
said King County, in the State of Wash
ington, all of the right, title and interest
of the said defendants above named, in
and to the following described property,
situated in the County of King and State
of Washinton, to-wit: The northwest
quarter of the southwest quarter of Sec
tiontion Thirty in Ttownship Twenty
three north, of Range Three East, Wil
lamette Meridian, levied on as the prop
erty of the defendant, W. H. Raynor, to
Hundred, Eighty-three and 25-100 Dollars,
satisfy a judgment amounting to Three
and an attorney's fee of TWenty-five and
no-100 Dollars and cost of suit, in favor
of Fred Fox and against the said W. H.
Raynor.
Dated this 18th day of April. 1901.
ED. CUDIHEE. Sheriff.
By WM. CORCORAN. Deputy.
Solon T. Williams, Attorney for Plain
tiff, Seattle, Wash.
First publication, April 19.
NOTICES FOR PUBLICATION.
DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR.
Land Office at Seattle, Wash., April 17.
1901.
Notice is hereby given that the follow
ing-named settler has filed notice of his
intention to make final proof in support
of his claim, and that said proof will be
made before register and receiver at
Seattle. Wash., on June 12tih; 1901, viz:
David Renton, homestead entry, No. 17803.
for the Lots 3 and 4, and EV» of SW%. of
Section 20. Township 24 N., R. S E.
He names the following witneses to
prove his continuous residence upon and
cultivation of said land, viz:
Francis C. P. Fury, of Snoqualmie,
Wash.
Robert Johnson, of Snoqualmie, Wash.
D. A. Thompson, of Snoqualmie. Wash.
James Liddle, of North Bend. Wash.
EDWARD P. TREMPER, Register.
FIXAI, ACCOUXT.
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE
State of Washington, for the County of
King. State of Washington. County of
King. ss. ' Probate Notice. In the mat
ter of the estate of Henry D. Stone, de
ceased. No. 2563. Notice of Settlement
of Account.
Notice is hereby given that John P.
Jacobson, administrator of the estate of
Henry D. Stone, deceased, has rendered
to, and filed in said court his account as
such administrator, and that Friday, the
17th day of May, 1901, at 9:30 o'clock, a.
m., at the court room of the probate de
partment of our said superior court, in
the city of Seattle, in said King County,
has been duly appointed by said court for
the settlement of said account, at which
time and place any person interested in
said estate may appear and file his ex
ceptions in writing to said account, and
contest the same.
Witness the Hon. Boyd J. Tallman.
judge of said superior court, and the seal
of said court hereto affixed this 16th day
of April, 1901.
Seal, C. A. KOEPFLI, Clerk.
By D. K. STCKELS. Deputy Clerk.
Date of publication, April 19; May 2.
.PUBLICATIOX SU.MMOXS.
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE
State of Washington, in and for the
! County of King. O. B. Littell, plaintiff,
vs. H. R. Foster and Foster,
whose given name is unknown to plain
tiff, his wife; G. Henry Whitcomb and
Abbie E. Whitcomb, his wife, and
Moore Investment Company, a corpor
ation, defendants. No. . Summons
for Publication.
The State of Washington to the above
named G. Henry Whitcomb and Abbie E.
Whitcomb, his wife, defendants:
You are hereby summoned to appear
within sixty days after the date of the
first publication of this summons, to-wit:
within sixty days after the 19th day of
April, 1901, and defend the above-entitled
action in above entitled court, and an
swer the complaint of plaintiff, and serve
a copy of your answer upon the under-
I signed attorney for plaintiff at his office
below stated; and in case of your failure
so to do judgment will be rendered
against you and each of you according to
the demand of the complaint, w>hich has
been filed with the clerk of the said su
perior court of King County, Washing
ton.
That object of the above-entitled action
is to obtain a judgment and decree in fa
vor of plaintiff and against the said H
R. Foster and the community composed
of him and his said wife, for the sum of
$255.91, with interest thereon at legal rate
from and after the 27th day of February,
1901. and for the sum of eighty-five cents
paid for filing and recording the lien no
tice, and for the sum of $100 as attorney's
fees for foreclosing the lien, and to fore
close a lien for materials furnished to be
used and used upon that certain frame
dwelling house situate and built on lots
eleven (11) and twelve (12), of block one
(1), University Heignts addition to the
City of Seattle; and to foreclose the in
terests, if any, of the other named defen
dants in and to said described lands and
premises, and for such other, further or
different relief as may seen meet to the
court. ■
THOMAS T. LITTELL.
„ _ Plaintiffs Attorney-
P. O. Address: 3 Sullivan Building, Se
attle, Washington.
Date of publication, April 19; May 31.
ORDER OF DISTRIBUTION.
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE
State of Washington, for the County of
King. In Probate. In the matter of the
state of Joseph Goldsmith, deceased.
No. 3537.
Charles and Sam Goldsmith, executors
of the estate of Joseph Goldsmith, de
ceased, having filed in this court their
petition setting forth that said estate is
now in a condition for partial distribution
thereof among the persons entitled by
law thereto and it appearing to the court
that said petition sets forth facts suffi
cient to authorize a partial distribution
of said estate, it is therefore
| Ordered by the court that all persons
interested in the estate of the said Joseph
Goldsmith, deceased, be and appear be
fore the said superior court of King
County. State of Washington, at the court
room of the probate department of said
court in the city of Seattle on the 26th
day of April. 1901. at the hour of ten
p clock a. m. of said day. then and there
to show cause, if any they have, why an
order of ■■partial distribution should not
be made of said estate among the heirs
and persons in said petition mentioned
according to law.
Witness the Hon. Boyd J. Tallman,
judge of said superior court, and the seal
of lpri,. COA UrD hei^r 3ffiXed thiS *** day
(Seal) C. A. KOEPFLI Clerk
By D. K. SICKELS, Deputy Clerk
Date of publication, April 19; 26. '
FINAL ACCOUNT.
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE
State of Washington, County of King.
Probate Notice. State of Washington,
County of King, ss. In the matter of
the estate of John C. Nixon, deceased.
No. 2735. Notice of Settlement of Final
Account.
Notice is hereby given that J. M. E.
Atkinson, executor of the last will and
testament of John C. Nixon, deceased,
has rendered to, and filed in said court
his final account as such executor, and
that Friday, the 17th day of May, 1901, at
9:30 o'clock a. m., at the court loom of
the probate department of our said supe
rior court, in the city of Seattle, in said
King County, has been duly appointed by
said court for the the settlement of said
account, at which time and place any
person interested in said estate may ap
pear and file his exceptions in writing to
said account, and contest the same.
Witness the Hon. Boyd J. Tallman,
judge of said superior court, and the seal
of said court hereto affixed this 12th day
of April, 1901.
(Seal) C. A. KOEPFLI. Clerk.
By D. K. SICKELS. Deputy Clerk.
Date of Publication, April 19; May 2.
FINAL ACCOUNT.
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE
State of Washington, for the County of
King. Probate Notice. State of Wash
ington, County of King, ss. In the mat
ter of the estate of Permelia Caroline
Hawkins, deceased. No. 3350. Notice
of Settlement of Final Account.
Notice is hereby given that Viola Haw
kins, administratrix of the estate of Per
melia Caroline Hawkins, deceased has
rendered to, and filed in said court her
final account as such administratrix
and that Friday, the 17th day of May,
1901, at 9:30 a. m., at the court room of
the probate department of our said su
perior court, in the city of Seatle, in said
King county, has been duly appointed
by said court for the settlement of said
account, at which time and place any
person interested in said estate may ap
pear and file his exceptions in writing to
said account, and contest the same
Witness the Hon. Boyd J. Tallman
judge of said superior court, and the seal
of said court hereto affixed this 15th day
of April, 190].
(Seal) C. A. KOEPFLI, Clerk
By D. K. SICKLES, Deputy Clerk
_ Date of publication, April 19; May 2.
SUMMONS BY PUBLICATION^
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE
State of Washington, for the County of
King. Steven A. ' Tyler, plaintiff,' vs.
Harriet A. Tyler, 'defendant. No. 32051.
Summons by Publication.
The State of Washington to the said Har
riet A. Tyler, defendant:
You are hereby summoned to appear
within sixty days after the date of the
first publication of this summons, to-wit •
within sixty days after the 19th day of
Aprli, A. D. 1901, and defend the above
entitled action in the above entitled court
and answer the complaint of the plaintiff,
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, judgment will be
rendered against you according to the de
mand of the complaint, which has been
filed with the clerk of said court. The ob
ject of the said action, set forth in the
complaint, is as follows: To obtain a de
cree of the court above named divorcing
plaintiff from the bonds of matrimony
with said defendant on the grounds of
abandonment and cruel treatment
J. M. WIESTLING,
Attorney for Plaintiff.
Postoffice address: 509-11 Washington
Building, Seattle, King County, State of
Washington.
. Date of Ist publication, April 19,
SUMMONS.
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE
State of Washington, for King County.
W. K. Curtis, Plaintiff, vs. E. A. Strout
and Mary Doe Strout, his wife, John
Gibbon, Jr., and S. C. Calderhead, Re
ceiver of Guarantee Loan and Trust
Company, a corporation, Defendants.
No. 31,214. Notice and Summons.
The State of Washington to the above
named defendants, E. A. Strout and Mary
Doe Strout, his wife, John Gibbon, Jr.,
and S. C. Calderhead, as Receiver of the
Guarantee Loan and Trust Company, a
corporation, who are the owners, or re
puted owners, of, and all persons un
known, claiming or having an interest or
estate in or to the hereinafter described
real property:
You and each of you are hereby notified
that the above named plaintiff, W. K.
Curtis, is the owner and holder of four
certain delinquent tax certificates, to-wit.
number 8017, number 8020, number A 674
and number A 729, issued by the Treasurer
of King County, Washington, for taxes,
penalties, interests and costs, on the fol
lowing described real property situated in
said King County, Washington, and more
particularly described as follows, to-wit:
The southeast quarter (,i) of the south
west quarter 04) of section twenty (20),
township twenty-five (25) north of range
five (5) east of the W. M.; said certifi
cates numbers 8017, A 674 and A 729 being
for taxes, penalties, interests and costs
on the whole of said southeast quarter
04) of the southwest quarter 04), and
said tax certificate number 8020 being for
the delinquent tax, penalty, interest and
cost on an undivided one-half (V 2) of said
southeast quarter 04) of southwest quar
ter (V 4).
That said certificates were respectively
issued on the dates and for the sums
and for delinquent taxes, interests, pen
alties and costs for the years following,
that is to say: Said certificate number
.8017 on the 31st day of January, 1898, for
the sum of $29.06, for the delinquent taxes,
etc., for the year 1895; said certificate
number 8020 on the said 31st day of Janu
ary, 1898, for the sum of $29.55, for the de
linquent taxes, etc., for the years 1893 and
1894; said certificate number A 674 on the
20th day of March, 1899. for the sum of
$25.30, for the delinquent taxes, etc.. for
the year 1896; and certificate number A 729
on the 13th day of March, 1899, .for the sum
of $23.82, for the delinquent taxes, etc.,
for the year IMC
That as fees and costs for each of said
tax certificates, number A 674 and num
ier A 729, plaintiff paid said County
Treasurer fifty cents, and that the sums
for which said tax certificates respect
ively were issued and above mentioned,
have been paid by the plaintiff to the
said County Treasurer therefor, and that
the taxes of the following years have
been paid by the plaintiff to said County
Treasurer, to-wit: For the year 1898 the
sum of $23.97, and for the year 1899 the
sum of $25.11, all of which above men
tioned several sums respectively bear in
terest at the rate of 15 per cent, per
annum from the date of payment thereof
by plaintiff as aforesaid.
You and each of you are hereby directed
and summoned to appear within sixty
days after the service of this notice and
summons upon you, exclusive of the day
of service, in the above entitled court,
and defend this action, or pay the
amount due, together with the costs, and
.n case you fail so to do, plaintiff will
apply for judgment and judgment will
be rendered foreclosing the lien of said
taxes and costs against the real prop
erty, lands and premises hereinabove
mentioned, and the plaintiff will apply
for and have such further and other
judgment and decree in the premises as
shall be according to law.
GREENE & GRIFFITHS
_ „ , .=. , Attorneys for Plaintiff.
Office Address, 318 Washington Building
Seattle, Washington.
Date of first publication, April 6, 1901.
PROBATE- NOTICE.
IX THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE
State of Wahington, for the County of
King. State of Wahington, County of
King, In the matter of the estate of
John Clulow, Deceased. No 3156 No
tice of Settlement of Final Account.
Probate Notice.
Notice is hereby given that Frances
Ciuluw administratrix of the estate of
'^V'fM 1"10^*' deceased, has rendered to
and filed in said court her final account
as such administrtix, and that Friday the
17th day of May, 1901, at 9:30 o'clock a! m
at the court room of the probate depart
ment of our said superior court in the
City of Seattle, in said King County has
been duly appointed by said court for the
settlement of said account, at which time
and place any person interested m saM
estate may appear and file his exceptions
the™'? tO Said aCCOUnt ' and contest
Witness the Hon. Boyd J Tallman
First publication, April 12.
SUMMONS. 1
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE
State of Washington in and for King
County M. D. Rainbow, plaintiff, vs.
Mary D. Bates and John Doe Bates, her
husband, defendants. No. 3809. Sum
mons.
State of Washington to Mary D. Bates i
and John Doe Bates, her husband, who |
are the owners or reputed owners and I
claim to have an interest or estate in and '
to the hereinafter described property.
You and each of you are hereby notified
that the above named plaintiff, M. D. I
Rainbow, is the holder of a delinquent tax I
certificate. No. B 2773, dated September j
13th, 1900, and issued by the treasurer of I
King County, Washington, for the delin- j
quent taxes on the following real prop
erty situated in King County, Washing
ton, to-wit: Lot eleven (11), block ten
(10), as shown and designated on "First
Plat of West Seattle," of record and on
file in the office of the auditor of King
County, Washington; that said certifi
cate was issued for the sum of two and
93-100 dollars ($2.93) on said September
13th, 1900, for delinquent taxes for the
year 1899 and for the further sum of forty
and 05-100 dollars ($40.05) for redeeming the
delinquent tax certificates for taxes for
the following years: 1889, 1891, 1893, 1894,
1895, 1896, 1897 and 1898; that same were in
cluded in said certificate No. B 2773, and
that said delinquent certificate had been
issued more than three years prior to the
beginning of this action; that plaintiff at
said time paid said treasurer the sum of
$42.98 for said delinquent tax certificate;
that each of said certificates of delin
quency and said certificate of delinquency
bears interest from the date thereof at
the rate of fifteen per cent, per annum.
You and each of you are hereby directed
and summoned to appear within sixty (60)
days from the date of this service upon
you, exclusive of the day of service, in
the above entitled court, and defend this
action or pay the amount due, together
with costs; in case of your failure so to
do, judgment will be rendered against you
foreclosing said lien for said certificate of
delinquency, taxes, penalty, interest and
costs, against the lands and premises
hereinbefore mentioned.
Any pleading or process may be served
upon the undersigned at the address
hereinafter mentioned.
M. D. RAINBOW, Plaintiff.
F. H. MURRAY,
Attorney for Plaintiff.
Office and postoffice address: 407 Equit
able Building, Tacoma, Pierce County,
Wash.
First Pub., March 29; last. May 10, 1901.
DIVORCE SUMMONS.
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE
State of Washington in and for the
County of King. Gilman J. French,
plaintiff, vs. Mary B. French, defend
ant. No. 31,481. Summons by Publica
tion.
The State of Washington to the said
Mary B. French, defendant:
You are hereby summoned to appear
within sixty (60) days after the date of
the first publication of this summons, to
wit: within sixty days after the 29th day
of March, 1901, and defend the above en
titled action in the superior court of the
State of Washington, for the County of
King, and answer the complaint of plain
tiff, and serve a. copy of your answer
upon the undersigned attorney for plain
tiff, at his office below stated; and, in
case of your failure so to do, judgment
will be rendered against you according tc
the demand of the complaint, which will
be filed with the clerk of said court.
The obje<:t of this suit is to procure an
absolute divorce by the plaintiff from the
defendant on the ground of desertion.
W. H. BUTTNER,
Attorney for Plaintiff.
Postoffice Address: Seattle, King Coun
ty, Washington, 513 Third avenue.
Date of first publication, Friday, March
29. 1901.
TIDE LAND NOTICE.
NOTICE OF SALE OF SECOND-CLASS
Tide Land. Application No. 3172.
Notice is hereby given that on the 20th
day of April, 1901, at the hour of 2 o'clock
in the afternoon, on said day, at the door
of the court house in King County,
Washington, the following described tide
land will be sold at public auction to the
highest bidder therefor, to-wit:
All tide lands of the second class own
ed by the State of Washington, situate
in front of, adjacent to, or upon that por
tion of the government meander line de
scribed as follows:
Lots 1 and 2, Sec. 24, T. 22 N., R. 2 E.,
being 27.47 chains.
Lot 1, Sec. 19, being 20.76 chains; lot 1,
sec. 8, being 17.81 chains, and lot 1, sec. 5,
being 1.58 chains, lot 4, sec. 4, being 31.86
chains, and lot 3, sec. 29, being 26.25
chains, all in T. 22 N., R. 3 E.
The southerly 18.16 chains on the west
side of lot 3, sec. 9, T. 22 N., R. 3 E.
Also, beginning at a point that is 15.38
chains northerly, measured along the U.
S. government meander line, from the
meander corner between ' sections 9 and
16, T. 22 N., R. 3 E., thence from said
point of beginning along said meander
line as follows: N. 46 deg. W., 6.22
chains, and N. 40 deg. W., 3.7S chains, be
ing a total of 10.00 chains.
The above descriptions taken together
having a total frontage of 153.59 chains,
measured along the U. S. government
meander line.
Appraised at $5 per chain, or a total of
$767.95.
Said tide land will be sold for not less
than the appraised value and subject to
the improvements situated thereon, and
as appraised by the Board of State Land
Commissioners in ,the manner provided
by law, a statement of which is now on
file in the office of the auditor of said
county.
Terms of sale are: Under contract,
one-tenth to be paid on the day of sale,
and one-tenth annually thereafter on the
first, day of March of each year, with ac
crued interest on deferred balance at 6
per cent, per annum; provided, that any
purchaser may make full payment at any
time and obtain a deed.
The purchaser of such land will be re
quired to pay at the time of sale the ap
praised value of any improvements or
valuable material on such land in full in
addition to the one-tenth of the sale
price.
The above described tide lands are of
fered for sale by virtue of an order of
the Board of State Land Commissioners
made on the sth day of March, 1901, duly
certified and on file in office of said coun
ty auditor.
GEORGE B. LAMPING,
_. . .. County Auditor.
Date of first publication. March 22, 1901.
TIMBER LAND NOTICE.
TIMBER LAND, ACT JUNE 3, 1878.—
Notice for Publication.
United States Land Office,
Seattle, Wash., March 16, 1901.
Notice is hereby given that in compli
ance with the provisions of the act of
congress of June 3, 1878, entitled "An
act for the sale of timber lands in the
states of California, Oregon, Nevada and
Washington Territory," as extended to
all the public land states by act of Au
gust 4, 1892, John D. Rutherford, of Fall
City, County of King, State of Washing
ton, has this day filed in this office his
sworn statement, No. 7,285, for the pur
chase of the SWVi of Section No. 24, in
Township No. 25 N, Range No. 8 E, and
will offer proof to show that the land
sought is more valuable for its timber
or stone than for agricultural purposes,
and to establish his claim to said land be
fore the Register and Receiver of this
office at Seattle, Wash., on Thursday
the 6th day of June, 1901.
He names as witnesses:
J. B. McLain, of Snoqualmie, Wash.
J. A. Cooper, of Snoqualmie, Wash
Milton Prescott, of Fall City, Wash
A. L. Rutherford, of Fall City, Wash.
Any and all persons claiming adversely
the above-described lands are requested
to file their claims in this office on or be
fore said 6th day of June, 1901.
EDWARD P. TREMPER, Register.
Date of first publication, March 22, 1901.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE
State of Washington, for King County.
In re Estate of Peter Kalbergr Deceas
cd.
Notice is hereby given to all persons
having claims against the estate of Peter
Kalberg, deceased, to present the same
to the undersigned at her residence, at
Fremont. Washington, within one year
from the date of first publication of this
notice, to-wit: Friday, April 12, 1901, to
gether with proper vouchers, or the same i
will be barred.
ANNA C. KALBERG.
Executrix of the Last Will and Testament
of Peter Kalberg, Deceased
First publication, April 12
NOTICE AND SUMMONS. I
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE
State of Washington, for the County of
King. Rhoda C. Crane, plaintiff, vs.
Henri Evariste Langis, and all persons
unknown, if any, having or claiming an
interest or estate in and to the herein
after described real property, defend
ants. No. 31799. Notice and Summons.
State of Washington to Henri Evariste
Langis, who is the owner, or reputed
owner of, and all persons unknown,
claiming or having an interest in and to
the hereinafter described real property.
You and each of you are hereby noti
fied that the above-named plaintiff,
Rhoda C. Crane, is the holder of twenty
delinquent tax certificates. No. B 6132,
6133, 6134, B 6135, B 6136, B 6137, B 6138,
B 6139, B 6140, B 6141, B. 6142, B 6143, B 6144,
B 6145, .6146, B 6147, B 6148, B 6149, B 6150,
B 6151, issued by the treasurer of King
County, Washington, embracing the fol
lowing real property situated in Kins
County, Washington, and more particu
larly described as follows, to-wit:
B 6132, lot one (1), block nine (9), Green
Lake Electric Addition to the City of Se
attle; B 6133, lot two (2), block nine (9),
Green Lake Electric Addition to the City
of Seattle; B 6134, lot three (3), block
nine (9), Green Lake Electric Addi
tion to the City of Seattle; B 6135,
lot four (4), block nine (9), Green
Lake Electric Addition to the City of
Seattle; B 6136, lot five (5), block nine
(9), Green 'Lake Electric Addition to the
City of Seattle; B 6137, lot six (6), block
nine (9), Green Lake Electric Addition to
the City of Seattle; B 6138, lot seven (7),
block nine (9), Green Lake Electric Ad
dition to the City of Seattle; B 6139, lot
eight (S), block nine (9), Green Lake Elec
tric Addition to the City of Seattle;
B 6140, lot nine (9), block nine (9), Green
Lake Electric Addition to the City of Se
attle; B 6141, lot ten (10), block nine,
Green Lake Electric Addition to the City
of Seattle; B 6142, lot eleven (11), block
nine (9), Green Lake Electric Addition to
the City of Seattle; B 6143, lot twelve
(12), block nine (9), Green Lake Electric
Addition to the City of Seattle; B 6144,
lot thirteen (13), block nine (9), Green
Lake Electric Addition to the City of Se
attle; B 6145,, lot fourteen (14), block nine
(9), Green Lake Electric Addition to the
City of Seattle; B 6146, lot fifteen (15),
block nine (9), Green Lake Elec
tric Addition to the .City of Se
attle; B 6147, lot sixteen (16), block nine
(9), Green Lake Electric Addition to the
nine (9), Green Lake Addition to the
City of Seattle; B 6148, lot seventeen (17),
block nine (9,), Green Lake Addition to
the City of Seattle; B 6149, lot eighteen
(18), block nine (9), Green Lake Electric
Addition to the City of Seattle; B 6150,
lot nineteen (19), block nine (9), Green
Lake Electric Addition to the City of Se
attle; B 6151, lot twenty, block nine (9),
Green Lake Electric Addition to the City
of Seattle.
That each of said twenty certificates
was issued and dated on the sth day of
January, 1901, and each for the sum of
four and 98-100 ($4.98) dollars for the de
linquent taxes for the years 1892, 1893
1»94, 1895 and 1896; that the taxes on each
of said lots for the following years have
been paid by the plaintiff, to-wit: the
year 1897 the sum of twenty-six cents on
each of said lots; the year 1898 the sum
of twenty-two cents on each of said lots;
the year 1899 the sum of twenty-five cents
on each of said lots, which several sums
bear interest at the rat eof fifteen per
cent, per annum from said date of pay
ment.
You and each of you are hereby direct
ed and sumoned to appear within sixty
days after the service of this notice and
sumons upon you, exclusive of the date
of service, in above entitled court, and
defend the action or pay the amount due.
together with the costs. In case of your
failure so to do, plaintiff will apply for
judgment, and judgment will be rendered
foreclosing the lien for said taxes and
costs against the real property, lands
and premises herein named.
RHODA C. CRANE, Plaintiff.
ROOT, PALMER & BROWN,
Attorneys for Plaintiff.
Postoffice Address: 533 Pioneer Build
ing, Seattle, Wash.
Date of first publication, March 22, 1901.
PURCHASE TIDE LANDS.
NOTICE OP APPLICATION TO PUR
chase Tide Lands. Office of Commis
sioner of Public Lands, Olympia, Wash
ington. No. 2794.
Notice is hereby given that Robert B.
Lehman, of Taeoma, Wash., filed an ap
plication in this office to purchase the fol
lowing described tide lands, of the second
class, situated in King County, Washing
| ton, to-wit:
All of the tide lands of the second class
situate in front of, adjacent to, or abut
ting upon the up-land described as: Lots
3 4 5, 6, 7 and 8, in Section 18, Township
24, Range 4 East; Lots 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 in
Section 13, Township 24, Range 3 Easf
Lots 1 and 2, in Section 12, Township 24,
Range 3 East; Lots 1 and 2, in Section 2,
Township 24, Range 3 East; Lots 12 3
and 4, m Section 11, Township 24, Ransje 3
East; all of Lot 1, in Section 10, Township
24, Range 3 East, not heretofore deeded
by the state as second-class tide land
Also all the tide lands of the second
class heretofore and when said applica
tion was made situate in King County,
Washington, and which has been recently
annexed to Pierce county, Washington, in
front of. adjacent to and abutting upon
the up-land described as: Lots 12 3 4
o, 9 an T , 5, in Section 26, Township '21'
Wa¥nwn^ st£i Lots 1, 2 and 3, in Section
a, lownship 21, Range 3 East; Lots 1 2,
I ¥*£* •' It Section 22> Township 21, Range
■i iLast; - Lots 1. 2, 3 and 4 in Section 91
Township 21, Range 3 East? Lot T in
Section 20, Township 21, Range 3 East
Ran^i-fv 3 2f in T Section !'• Township 21.'
Range 3 East; Lots 1, 2, 3 and 4 in Sec
tion 16, Township 21, Range 3 East- all
according to the U. S. survey thereof
Any person desiring to protest strain
said application may do so within!h
of^fsTottc"* a "er the flrSt Pu^catioh
_ . . S. A. CALVERT
n n t o commissioner of Public Lands.
A?rill. uoi. flrSt Publication, 12th day of
First publication, April 12.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
TIMBER LAND, ACT JUNE 3, 1878.
- ? 190*1^ Office, Seattle,
an^wlth 8 h/ro^tl s th o f & «
congress of June 3, 1878, entitled "An act
tor the sale of timber lands in the States
lf™; Oregon, Nevada and Wash
ington Territory," as extended to all the
&Q9 V and states b >' ac* of Augut 4
1892. George A. Brooke, of Issaquah
County of King. State of Washington
has th IS day mM in this office his "worn
fsSmk r "{& SfßssSS
sought is more valuable for its timber or
£sK^- IwS.3HB£3
He names as witnesses-
F n' £?i£ el< of issalah, Wash.;
ft ,c- Dkson. of Issaquah, Wash •
To* &Mb. ephan"?f Issaquah, Wash •
Jos. Wilkeson, of Issaquah Wash
.^^^i^^^iste^ j
PUBLICATION SUMMONS.
'Kfwffl^ COURT OF THE
jEStSSKSsS. No- «-*»• Sum
m m[VAV yr^ ngt,?v° the said Mrs
ants ' * McNaught, Defend
"E. h™. Publication of this summons to
?'; n f l™» (60) days after the sth
entm^ APP I V ol' and defend tne above
and answer the m the above the plaintiffs'
Ind sPrvf» copy of your of the plaintiffs
<~na serve a copy of your answer upon the
om^ rS HSned attorney for plaintiffs at his
failure s 0W- Stated: and in case of your
acred so. tO. do, judgment will be ren
nS ofV? 84 you according to the de
filed w]?h th COmp amt ' wWch has been
rued with the clerk of said court The
object of he above entitled action is to
£ ar b O e C to plaintiffs of the north sof
Jot 1, block "F," A. A. Denny's addition
to the town now city of Seattle. 'ututm
1; W. H. WHITE.
Plaintiffs' Attorney.
P^Coun ety!'^ Ih7ngf1h7ngfo Un Udinßr' Seattle '
First publication April 5, 1901. May 17.
——-""'' II ■■ - .."■ -
NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS. ;
TO THE STOCKHOLDERS OF THE
Hidden Treasure Gold Mining & Milling
Company:
Notice is hereby given that a meeting
of the stockholders of the Hidden Treas
ure Gold Mining & Milling Company is
hereby called to be held on the 21st day
of May. A. D. 1901, at the hour of tour
o'clock p. m. of said day, at room 428 Pa
cific block, Seattle, King county, Wash
ington: the object of said meeting is to
increase the capital stock of the said
Hidden Treasure Gold Mining & Milling
Company from $1,000,000.00 to $2,000,000.00.
H. L. BAYLIS,
J. B. QUICK.
M. B. HAYNES,
Trustees of Hidden Treasure Gold Mining
& Milling Company.
First pub., March 29; last. May 17.
NOTICE OF THE INCREASE OF THE
CAPITAL STOCK OF THE GER
MAN-AMERICAN INVEST
MENT COMPANY.
To "Whom it May Concern: Notice is
hereby given that a meeting oft he stock
holders of the German-American Invest
ment Company will be held at the office
of that company, 513 Third avenue, Se
attle, Washington, at 8 p. m. on Satur
day, May 4th, 1901.
The object of said meeting is to con
sider a proposal to increase the capital
stock of said company to the sum of
Fifty -..ousand Dollars.
\v itness the signatures of a majority of
the trustees of said company this the 7th
day of March, A. D. 1901.
WM H. BUTTNER,
HUGO REICHUNBACH,
Trustees.
FOR COUNTY PRINTING.
CALL FOR BIDS FOR COUNTY PRlNT
ing.—Notice is hereby given, that sealed
b.ds will be received by the Board of
County Commissioners of King County,
Washington, at the office of the Board,
until 2 o'clock p. m., Monday, May 6th,
1901, for the county printing for one year
from and after July 10th, 1901.
Bids must be submitted as follows:
Ist. Each proposal must state a given
price per inch for county notices inserted
by any county officer.
2nd. For each description of property
advertised for delinquent taxes.
Each proposal must be accompanied by
cash or a certified check on some Seattle
bank, in the sum of two hundred and fifty
dollars, to be forfeited to King County
by the successful bidder in case he fails
to enter into contract and file a. good and
sufficient bond in the sum of live hundred
dollars ($500.00) to fulfill the conditions of
said contract within five days from date
of award.
The Board reserves the right to reject
any or all bids.
Dated this 25th day of March, 1901. at
Seattle, Washington.
GEO. B. LAMPING,
County Auditor and ex-Officio Cleric of
the Board of County Commissioners of
King County, Washington.
Per J. P. AGNEW, Deputy.
April s—April 26.
SIMMONS.
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE
State of Washington in and for King
County. M. D. Rainbow, plaintiff, vs.
Horace D. Andrews and Jane Doe An
drews, his wife, defendants. No. 3810.
Summons. RB3H
Slate of Washington to Horace D. An
drews and Jane Doe Andrews, his : wife,
who are the owners and reputed owners
and claim to have an interest or estate in
and to the hereinafter described real
property.
You and each of you are hereby notified
that the above named plaintiff, M. D.
Rainbow, is the holder of a delinquent tax
certificate, No. B 2775, dated September
13th, 1900, and issued by the treasurer of
King County, Washington, to plaintiff for
delinauent taxes on the following real
property situate in King county, Wash
ington, to-wit: Lot fifteen (15), block ten
(10), as shown and designated upon the
"First Plat of West Seattle" of record
and on file in the office of the auditor of
King County, Washington; that said cer
tificate was issued on the 13th day of Sep
tember, 1900, for the delinquent taxes for
the year 1899 for the sum of two and 93-100
dollars ($2.93); and included in said certi
ficate thf> sum of forty-seven and 67-100
dollars ($47.67) for the redemption of tax
certificates upon said property for the
years IMS 1891, 1893, 1894, 1895, 1896, 1897
and 1898, which certificates had been is
sued more than three years prior to the
beginning of this action.
That said plaintiff is also holder of de
linquent tax certificate, No. B 2774, dated
September 13th' 1900, and issued by the
treasurer of King County, Washington,
to plaintiff for the sum of two and 93-100
dollars ($2.93) for the delinquent taxes on
the following described property for the
year 1899, to-wit: Lot fourteen (14), block
ten (10). as shown and designated upon
the "First Plat of West Seattle" of rec
ord and on file in the office of the auditor
of Kins: County, Washington; and that
plaintiff on said date, September 13th,
1900, paid the further sum of forty and
52-100 dollars ($40.52) for redeeming delin
quent taxes on said property issued by
said treasurer of said King County, for
the years 1891, 1892, 1893, 1894, 1895, 1896, 1897
and 1898, which said certificates had been
issued more than three years prior to the
commencement of this action.
That plaintiff on the said 13th day of
September, 1900, paid the treasurer of said
King County, the said sums of $50.60 and
$43.45 for the said delinquent tax certifi
cates of said taxes; that said certificates
and sums aforesaid bear interest at the
rate of fifteen (15) per cent per annum
from the delinquency of said taxes for
each of said years respectively. ■ .
You and each of you are hereby directed
and summoned to appear within sixty (60)
days alter service of this notice and sum
mons upon you, exclusive of the day of
service, in the above entitled court and
defend this action or pay the amount due,
together with the costs; in case of your
failure so to do, plaintiff will apply for
judgment and judgment wili be rendered
foreclosing the lien for said certificates of
delinquency of said taxes, penalty, inter
ests and costs against the lands and
premises hereinbefore mentioned.
Any nleading or process may be served
upon the undersigned at the address here
inafter mentioned.
M. D. RAINBOW, Plaintiff.
FREDERICK H. MURRAY.
Attorney for Plaintiff.
Office and postoffice address: 407 Equit
able Building, Tacoma, Pierce County.
Was.
First Pub.. March 29; last. May 10, 1901.
DIVORCE SUMMON^
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE
State of Washington in and for the
County of King. Charles A. Bates,
plaintiff, vs. Violetta Bates, defendant.
No. 31,931. Summons by Publication.
The State of Washington to the said
Violetta Bates, defendant:
You are hereby summoned to appear
within sixty (00) days after the date of
the first publication of this summons, to
wit: within sixty days after the sth day
of April, 1901, and defend the above en
titled action in the superior court of the
State of Washington, for the county of
King, and answer the complaint of plain
tiff, and serve a copy of your answer
upon the undersigned attorney for plain
tiff, at his office 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 will
be filed with the clerk of said court
The object of this suit is to procure an
absolute divorce by the plaintiff from the
defendant on the ground of desertion
W. H. BUTTNER,
t> et ffl »„. Attorney for Plaintiff.
Postofflce Address: Seattle, King County
Washington, 513 Third Avenue
- lom6 of first 'cation, Friday, April
LAXD XOTICK. ~
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. - DE
partment of the Interior. Land Office at
Seattle, Wash., March 20th 1901
Notice is hereby given that the follow
ing named settler has filed notice of his
intention to make final proof in support
of his claim, and that said proof will be
made, before the Register and Receiver
at Seattle, Wash., on May 24th, 1901 viz-
Bernard J. Dougherty, of Cherryvalley,
Wash., homestead No. 16,829 for the SEy*
of SE^. Sec. S. Tp. 26 N.. R. 7 E.
He names the following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon and
cultivation of said land, viz:
August Denolf, of Cherryvalley, Wash "
Thomas Emerson, of Cherryvalley
Wash. "
Ivan Emerson, of Cherryvallev, Wash
Wm. Cook, of Cherryvalley, Wash.
_„ EDWARD P. TREMPER, Register.
First pub., March 29; last, May 17.

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