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d J e n d en vdßof' M»- Wm- Douglas ten
deied her a surprise Party on Mon-
Jay. April 10th, at her residence on
\ hitman, the occasion being her
■■nth.lay and presented her with a
be«*tfd lift A pleasant afternoon
is reported by those present
Ernest Severson came down from
the north line and spent the week
end with Loavenworth friends.
Mr*. John Ryan left on No. ■! Sun
day for Spokane where ,he will
spend a couple of weeks.
Mr and Mrs. Wm. Douglas enter
tained at dinner on Thursday eve
ning Mrs. H. P. Bridges, wife 'of Su
pre Court Judge Bridges of Olympia
who it spending some time in Leaven
worth for her health.
Jos. K. Stelzig left on No. 2 Tues
day morning for Corvallis, Mont
called there by the death of his
mother-in-law. Mrs. Stelzig has been
in Montana for several weeks and will
accompany him home.
Orville Bethel left for Toiuuket,
\\n., Wednesday morning on a Imsi
ness trip. Mrs. Vivian O'Keefe i- ,-°-
Heving him at the car dejk in tin
yard office.
Mrs. Frank P.. Searlei left -,<;• he
home in Everett on No. 1 Mondn; af
ter spending a few days wi.h her sis
ter, Mrs. T. E. Yocom.
Mrs. Ida Smith is enjoying a th ■>■
days leave of absence which she \ =
spending visiting her mother in Ne
braska and at other points lr that
section of the country. Mrs Smitli
left on No. 3 Wednesday morning for
Seattle where she will Walt her
daughter, Laurine.
Condr. W. A. Smith ref.v r,ei to
work on Wednesday af'ev spending
some weeks at Lake Wenatchea cv>r
seeine some work done on the h itel
purchased by himself and Mr, F ;:t,k
Settles at Lake Wenatchee. Mr,
Smith says carpenters are hard a;
work and the place should be "»pe*l to
the public not later than May 15, po«
--sibly earlier.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Krondai and
son Howard spent several days in
Loavenworth the early part if th*
week and took in the Easter Monday
dance.
Clyde Boyce i.s relieving Mis Ida
Smith as cashier at the depot, during
her absence in the east.
The Firemens' hall presented its
usual attractive appearance at affairs
piven by the ladies of the G. I. A. on
Monday e\eninp when many dancers
triped the light fantastic to excellent
music until a late hour. Many new
jrowns were in evidence at this, the
Easter Monday dance. Misses Dottie
Clemens and Army Day served punch.
Mrs. Frank Clemens left for Spo
kane on No. 4 Thursday where she
will visit Mrs. Jesse White for a few
days, returning homr- on Sunday
nicht.
Official visitors at the terminal on
Tuesday and Wednesday were F. J.
Haver of tho Spokane Division and
I. E. Clary. H. F. Imholt. T. Riley.
' HERE'S A PRIME RlB ROAST)
. • THAT ( (ser^T
V/ILLMAKEJ\ VjC\
' VOOR. <\\ \m\
APPETITE J\\ \__--J
AT times the house
wife find? a prime
rib roast a prime ne
cessity, and after she has
placed an order with us she
becomes convinced of the
food value of the meats we
sell.
Leavenworth
MARKET
Choice Meats and Poultry
Telephone 21
LEAVENWORTH, WN.
and H. F. Sheldon of the Cascade Di
vision.
Mrs. H. B. Rohrbatagh is visiting
er parent- In Columbia River.
Art Babst and family of Columbia
River, visited with Kn. A. Ho .
ruesday and Wednesday.
Assistant foreman C. A. Landberg
»f the roundhouse force, has baen
transferred to Hillyard during the
[iast week.
We understand that Mr. Wettsteln
and daughter Gladys anticipate tak
ing a trip to Florida in the near fu
ture.
Mrs. Roy Lewis and little daugh
ter Betty, left on No. 4 Thursday for
a trip through the east, which' will
include Niagara Falls. New York,
Washington, P. c. and other p i I
of interest. Mrs. Lewis will visit a
sister in New York and anothi
ter in South Carolina.
Mrs. Karl Demiaon left on No. 4
Thursday for Spokane, after spend
ing some weeks with her parents. Mr
and Mrs. R. L. Smith.
All .National Forest Headquarters
and Many Ranjrer Stations Have
Telephones. If You Discover a For
est File. Call Centra! and Ask to be
Connected with the Nearest Forest
Officer.
4—34 Sb
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Deartment of the Interior.
«• U. S. » Land office at Waterville,
W ash., April 12, 1922.
NOTICE is hereby given that Fran
;?;. Ir'« Seely, N ee Springston, of
1118 Madison St., Seattle, Wash
who. on July 5. 1917, ma
Homestead Entry, No 016994 for
ne%sw%; SHNW^SWW "n'..S'-
SW%; NHS^S^SWU, Section 82,
Township 28 N., Range 17 E.. W.
-Meridian, has filed notice of intention
to make final three year Proof, to es
tablish claim to the land above de
scribed'before R. S. Ludington U. S.
Commissioner, at Wenatchee, Wash
ington, on the 1 day of June, 1922.
Claimant names as witnesses:
L. L. Dickinson, of Winton.Wash.
Mr.-. l. .L.Dickinson, of Winton.Wash
Mr. Lester Brown, of Winton.Wash.
Mrs. W. J. Heinel, 1302 Villard
Aye., Portland, Oregon.
E. K. FRITTS.
Register.
(Bt-April 21. May 26)
YOU Need The Forests—Protect
Them From Fire.
No. 1496
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
In the Superior Court of the State
of Washinjtfon. in and for the Coun
ty of Chelan.
In Probate.
In the Matter of the Estate of Lor
ena R. Sinclair, Deceased
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
Fred A. Sinclair, has been appointed
and has qualified as executor of the
estate of Lorena R. Sinclair, deceased,
and all persons havinjr claims against
said deceased or atrainst her estate
are hereby notified to serve the same
with the necessary vouchers on the
said executor at the office of Herman
Howe, attorney for said estate in
Leavenworth, Chelan County. Wash
ington, that being: the place for the
transaction of the busienss of said
estate and to file said claims with the
Clerk of the above entitled court to
gether with proof of such service
within six months from the date of
first publication of this notice, to wit:
the 14th day of April. 1922, and in the
event said claim shall not be bo
served and filed the same will be for
ever barred.
FRED A. SINCLAIR,
Administrator.
HERMAN HOWE.
Attorney for Administrator;
Tost Office Address,
Leavenworth.
Washington.
(3t-Apr 14.21.2* i
NOTICE.
In (he Matter of the Sale of I'er-onal
Property by Chelan County, a
Municipal Corporation.
To Whom It May Concern:
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
That the Board of County Commis
sioners of Chelan Count v, Washing
ton, will meet at the Commissioner.-'
rooms in the Court House at Wenat
chee, Cholan County. Washington
on the Bth day of May. 1922, at 10:00
o'clock A. M. of said day for the pur
pose of determining the advisabilir
and propriety of making a sale and
selling certain personal property be
longing to Chelan County hereinafter
particularly described, at which said
time and place any tax payer of Che
lan County. Washington, may appear
in person or by counsel and be heard
for or airainst the proposition of sell
ing said personal property.
Said personal property la situate in
Chelan County. Washington, and i
particularly described as follows, to
wit:
All residences situated on
property bounded by Okanopan
Avenue, Orondo St.. Washington
Avenue and Doujrlas St., on the
new site purchased for proposed
Courthouse.
Dated at Wenatehee, Washington,
this Bth day of April. 1922
A. V. SHErHARD,
Clerk of the Board of County Com
missioners of Chelan County, Wash
ington.
(■it-April 14. May 5)
No. 14SV7
NOTICE OF HEARING PETITION
TO AWARD AND SET OFF TO
THE SURVIVING SPOUSE \l.l
OF PROPERTY OF SAID ESTATE.
In the Superior Court of the State
of Washington, in and for the County
of Chelan.
(In Probate).
In the Matter of the Estate of
Phoebe H. Wettstein, Deceased.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
Ferdinand O.Wettstein has file I here
in hi* petition pravinc that all of the
property of the above entitled estate
be awarded and set off to him; that
. the said estate be adjudged fully
rln»e(! and settled nnd thnt t)>, o^l-
THE LEAVEN WORTH ECHO
ministrator be discharged and hU
bondsmen released fro
liability, and that \\ .int.- laj I •
17th day of May, ::■--. at the hour of
9:80 o'clock A. M., at the court room
of said Superior Court at the ■
house in Wenatcht •. Chelan County,
Washington, ha.- Ween duly app lii ■
by said Superior Court as the time
and place for hearing said petition,
I at which time and place any person
I interested may appear and contest
the same.
WITNESS the Hon Wm. A Gr
■haw, Judpe of .-a^l Superior Court,
and the seal of said court hereunto
affixed, this fith day of April, 1922:
A. A. STEVENS,
! ..it Clerk of Said Superior Court,
By II.A GREEN,
Deputy.
HERMAN" HOWE.
Attorney for Petitio
Tost Office Address;
Leavenworth.
Washingi ■
( It-Apr. 1 i. May 6)
No. 363
SUMMONS FOR PUBLICATION IN
FORECLOSURE OF TAX LIEN.
In the Superior Court of the Stati
of Washington foi Chelan County.
G. B. Woodruff, Plaintiff,
vs.
N. A. Pearson, trustee, and all per
sons unknown, if any. having oi
claiming to have an interest in and to
the real property hereinafter di
scribed. 1 >efen lants.
THE STATE OF WASHINGTON
to N. A. Pearson, trustee, and all per
sona unknown if any. having or
claiming to have an interest in and to
the real property hereinafter de
scribed:
You and each of you are hereby no
tified that G.l!.Woodruff, the holder of
Certificate of Delinquency numbered
3418. issued on the 2nd day of Febro
ary, 1922. by the County of Chelan
State of Washington, for the amount
of Thirty and 07-100 Dollars, the
same beinjr the amount then due and
delinquent for taxes for the year
li»12 tog-ether with penalty, interest
and costs thereon, upon real property
assessed to you and of which you arc
the owner or reputed owner, si: lati
in .-aid County, and particularly
bounded and described as follows, to
wit:
Lot two (2) of Block four (4)
of Fairview Oi chard Tracts,
and upon which he has paid taxes as
sessed against said property b
lows:
Tax
dear's Date Receipt
Tax Paid No. Amount
1913 Feb. 2. 1022 &6793 29 73
1014 Feb. 2, 1022 26.97
1916 Feb. 2. 1022 A 6793 24.80
1016 Feb. 2. 1022 A 6793 19.91
1017 Feb. 2. 1022 A 6793 21 17
1918 Feb. 2. 1022 A 6793 21.65
1910 Feb. 2. 1022 A 8794 27 v;
1020 Feb. 2. 1022 116794 20 2."
Total Amount of Taxes paid
since date of Certificate of
Delinquency 102."*
all of said amounts bearing interest
at the rate of twelve per cent per an
num; ami you are further notified
that he will apply to the Superior
Court of the State'of Washington, in
and for said county, for a judgmeni
foreclosing his lien against the prop
erty hereinbefore mentioned, and you
are hereby summoned to anpear with
in sixty days after the date of the
first publication of this summon-, ex
clusive of the flay of said first publi
cation, and defend this action or pay
the amount due. together with costs;
anil in case of your failure to do so,
Judgment will be rendered foreclos
ing the lien for said certificate of de
linquency, taxes, penalty, interest and
costs, against the lands and premises
hereinbefore mentioned. Date of firsi
publication April 7. 1022.
Any pleading or process may be
served upon the undersigned at the
address hereaftrr mentioned.
SUMNER & LEBECK,
Plaintiff's Attorn.'..-.
P. O. Address: Plough Building
Wenatchee, County of Chelan Wash
ington.
(6t-Apr. 7, May 12)
No. 352
SI MMONS FOR PUBLIC \ TION IN
FORECLOSURE of TAX LIEN.
In the Superior Court of the State
of Washington for C'helan County.
G. B. Woodruff. Plaintiff.
\ E.
Oeo. L. Gardner, and all persons
unknown, if any. having or claiming
to have an interest in and to the real
property hereinafter •■ ibed. De
fendants.
THE STATE OF WASHINGTON
to Geo. L. Gardner, and a!! pi
unknown, if any, having or claiming
to have an interest in and to 1
property hereinafter described:
You and each of you are hi ■
notified that G. B. Woodruff, the hold
er of Certificate of Delinquency i
bored 3417. issued on the 2nd day of
February, 1922. by the County" of
Chelan, State of Washington, for the
amount of Thirty and 07-100 Dollai
the same being the amount then due
and delinquent for taxes foi •
1012 together with penalty, in'.t;'<- t
and custs thereon, upon real pi ; ■
■ ■ : to you and of which you are
the owner or reputed owner. ■
in said County, and parti
bounded anil de
wit:
Lot. one (1), Block four (4), of
Fairvipw Orchard Tracts,
and upon which he has paid taxe.- as
sessed ajrahut said property as fol
lows:
Tax
Year's Date Receipt
Tax Paid No. Amount
1918 Feb. 2. 1922 AfiTOl ?r».7.°.
1914 Feb. 2, 1922 Af>79l 2« 97
1916 Feb. 2. 1922 AfiT'ti "4 SO
1918 Feb. 2. 1922 Afi79l 19.97
1917 Feb. 2. 1922 Af.791 21.17
1918 Feb. 2. 1922 *6791 °1 fis
1919 Feb. 2. 1922 Afi79° "7 «4
1920 Feb. 2, 1022 16792 20 2-"
Total amount of Taxes paid
since date of Certificate of
Delinquency 192.38
all of said amounts bearing interest
at the rate of twelve per cent per an
num: and you are further notifiel that
he will apply to the Superior Court
of the State of Washington, in anH
for said County, for a judgment fore
closinr his lien atrainst ,the pronertv
hereinbefore mentioned, and you are
hereby summoned to appear within
sixty days after the date of the first
I publication of this summons, exclu
sive of the day of said first publica
tion, and defend this action or pay
the amount due. together with costs
and in case of your failure to do so,
judgment will lie rendered forec'os
j inir the 1 I n for said certificate of dr
• linquency, taxes, penalty, interest and
j costs, apainst the lands' and premises
! hereinbefore mentioned. Date of first
publication April 7. 1022.
Any pleading or process may be
served upon the undersijmed at the
address hereafter mentioned.
SUMNER & LEBECK,
Plaintiff's Attorneys.
P. O. Adress: Plough Buildintr.
Wenatchee. County of Chelan. Wash
ington.
(6t-Apr. 7. May 12)
SUMMONS BY PUBLICATION.
In the Superior Court of the State
of Washington in and for the County
of Chelan.
•lOHN BRENDER, as administrat
or with the WILL annexed, of the es
f Nancy E. Brender. deceased
Plaintiff,
■T. R VIOLETTE. also known a.- J
B. VIOLLETT, and JOSEPHINE X
VIOLETTE, also kn,.«n as JOSE
PHINE R. VIOI.I.ETTF.. his wife
and GEORGE L. GARDNER, a? trus
tee, Defendants
STATE OF WASHINGTON, to the
said J, I!. VIOLETTE, also known as
■T. B. VIOLLETT, and JOSEPHINE
R. VIOLETTE. also known as JOSE
PHINE R. VTOI.T.ETTE. his wife:
YOU AND EACH OF YOU ARE
HERERY summoned to appear with
in sixty day? after the date of the
first publication of this summon-, to-
Wlt: within sixty day.- after the 7th
day of April. 1922, and defend the
above entitled action in the above en
titled court arid answer the complaint
of the plaintiff and serve a copy of
your answer upon the undersigned at
torney for plaintiff at his office be
low stated and in case of your failure
so to do. judgment will be rendered
atrainst you according to the demand
of the complaint, which has been filed
with the Clerk of said court.
The object of said action is to fore
rloso ;i moj-tpaere upon the followin"
described real estate situated in the
r ounty of Chelan and State of Wa b
inpton, to-wit:
Lot One (1), Block four (4) of
Fairview Orchards, as the same
appears on the official plat there
of.
said mortgage being dated February
8. 1915, and recorded February
1". 1015. in Book 1 15, page 210. mort
gage records of Chelan counU.
Washington, and beine for the prin
cipal sum of Six hundred sixtv
six and fiO-100 dollars. (?66fi.G01, with
interest thereon at the rate of e>h*
per cent (R rJ) per annum from May
lfi. 1014. until paid.
HERMAN HOWE.
Attorney for Plaintiff.
Office and Postoffice Address:
1 eavenworth, Chelan County,
Washington.
(fit-Apr. 7. May 12)
No. 354
SUMMONS FOR PUBLICATION IN
FORECLOSURE OF TAX LIEN.
In the Superior Court of the Staff
of Washington, for Chelan County.
C. B. Woodruff. Plaintiff.
C. F. Knapp, and all persons un
known, if any, having or claiming to
have an interest in and to the real
property hereinafter described, De
fendant.-.
THE STATE OF WASHINGTON
to C. F. Knapp and all persons un
known, if any. having or claiming to
have an interest in and to the real
property hereinafter described:
You and each of you are hi rel I
notified that O. B. Woodruff, the hold
er of Certificate of Delinquency num
bered "119. issued on the 2nd day of
February. 1022, by the County' of
Chelan, State of Washington, for the
amount of Thirty-nine and 04-100
Dollars, the same being the amount
then due and delinquent for taxes foi
the year 1014 together with penalty,
interest and costs thereon, upon real
property assessed to you and of
which you are the owner or reputed
owner, situated In Baid County, nr- 1
particularly bounded and described
as follows, to-wit:
Lot three (3) of Block four < 1i
Fail-view Orchard Tract-,
and upon which he has paid taxes as
sessed against said propertj i
lows:
Tax
Year's Dati Receipt
Tax Paid No. Amount
1015 Feb. 2, 1922 A 6795 32.2:
Htlfi Feb. 2. 1922 M 5796 I'l '"
1917 Feb. 2. 1922 A 6796 21 17
IfMK Feb. 2. 1!'22 A699G 22.18
1919 Feb. 2. 1!>22 fV679S 28 S;
1920 Feb. 2 1922 A679G 38 17
Total Amount of Taxi ;..
since Hate of Certificate of
Delinquency 162.5 A
all of said amounts bearing intei-est
at the rate of twelve per cent per an
num: and you are further notified
that he will apply to the Superi
Court of the State of Washington, in
and for said County, for a judgment
foreclosing nil lien against th< Droi
erty hereinbefore mentioned, and you
are hereby summoned to appear wit-i
-n sixty day? after the date of the
fust publication of this summons,
■ of the day of said first publi
c.itkn, and defend this action or pay
the amount due. together with cost-:
an! in case of your failure to do 10,
iudjrmpnt w;H be rendered forei ■
the lien for said certificate of delin
• »ltv. intere I
.-■:.•.-■ I • landi an ' premise'
hereinb f ■ i tinned. Date of firsi
publication April '. i.l??.
Any pleadiri" or oroeeu n
served upon the indersiKned •■ I
entinned.
BUMNFH A- T EBECK,
tiff ' ■
P. 0. Ad •«•--: Plourh B
'' ■ ■ ■ ■ ntv of Chelan, Waih
inirton.
(6t-Apr. ", May 12)
NOTICE OF BALE OF REAL
ESTATE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
pursuant to a resolution of the Board
of County Commissioners of Chelae
County. Washington, authorizing and
directing* the Auditor of CTieian
County, Washington, to . Ive a notice
that certain property lip'nnjrinsr to
Chelan County, Washinirton. herein
after particularly bounded and d»-
Do not miss the
SPECIALS
at the Mutual Merc. Co.
25c a Yard fast color A. 4 4*2 A V J
F. C. Gingham, SPECIAL I U3C IU.
$2.25 Ladies' Gingham f£-i rft
Aprons, SPECIAL, each $l.uU
Ladies embroidered black Bung- A AT
alow aprons, large and medium Lm/LO
Ladies' and Misses' Oxfords and Pumps.
Children's Oxfords and Pumps, all SPECI
ALLY LOW PRICED.
$6.00 pair Men's Dress Shoes oi| AC
SPECIAL . . . $4.90
$1.25 Men's Work Shirts, Ci Art
SPECIAL . . . *I.UU
The largest assortment in town of Men's
Work Shoes at SPECIALLY LOW PRICES
Mutual Mercantile Co.
Store will be open Saturday evenings until 9 o'clock
scribed be sold in the manner provid
ed by law on the 22nd day of April.
1022. at 10 o'clock A. 11. at the front
door of the Court House in Wenat
chee, Chelan County, Washington, the
Sheriff of Chelan County, Washing
ton, will offer for sale and sell to the
highest and best bidder all the inter
e.-t of Chelan County, Washington, in
and to the following described real
estate: Lots fourteen (14) and fif
teen (15) Springdale Orchards, the
same beinjr a part of the south half
(SH) of the northeast quarter
(NE*) of section twenty (20) town
ship twenty-four (24) ncirth of range
eighteen (18) East of the Willamette
Meridian, except a tract of land sit
uate in lot fourteen (14) described as
follows, to-wit:
. Commencing at the northeast corn
er of lot fourteen (14) Springdale
Orchards and running south on the
east line of said lot fourteen (14)
220 feet: thence turning m angle of
95'"07' to the right and 'unning 48".
feet; thence turning an angle of 26
■V:' tv the right and running :;ri7.s
feet to a point on the nor:i, line of lot
thirteen (1?.) Springdale Orchards:
thence turning an angle of 14S 02 to
the right and running on the north
line of lots thirteen (1".) and four
teen (14) 802 feet to the point of
beginning, containing 3,07 ace.-.
And twelve and one half (12 ]j) ir. ;:
ci of water from Peshastin Orch iriia
Ditch Company, a corporation, the
said water being appurtenant to said
lots fourteen (14) and fifteen (15).
And a one fourth ( li ) interest in the
spring arising on lot thirteen O")
Springdale Orchards, and one fourth
(14) interest in the pipe line from
said spring crossing lots thirteen O")
and fourteen (14) and fifteen (15)
Springdale Orchards, known as the
County Farm. Said sale will be at
public auction to the highest and best
bidder on the following terms to-wit:
$9850.00 cash, interest on deferred
payments, to bear interest at the rat"
of 81- per annum. Final payment
to be made on or before January Ist,
102°.. Dated at Wenatchee. Wash
ington, this 16 day of March. 1922.
A. V. SHEPHARD,
County Auditor and Ex Officio
Clerk of the Board of County Com
missioners.
(March 34, .Viril 21)
No. 5201.
NOTICE (>] SHERIFF'S SALE OF
REAL ESTATE VNDKR GENERAL
EXECUTION.
In the Superior Court of th( -
of Washington in and for the I
of Chelan.
FARMERS AND MERCHANT
BANK OJ CASHMERE, a ci
tion, riaintiff,
W. W. THOMSON" and CLARA
Makes LOTS of Good BREAD per sack
Peach Blossom
Flour
Best for "Home" Baking
SOLD THRU GROCERS
Wcnatchcc Milling Co.
Wenatehee, Washington
THOMSON, husband and wife, De
fendants.
UNDER AND BY VIRTUE of a
general execution issued out of and
under the .-eal of the Superior Court,
of the State of Washington, in and
for the County of Chelan, on the 18th
day of March. 1 (<22. upon a judgment
rendered in said court on the 10th day
of December. 1921, in favor of Farm
ers and Merchants Rank of Cashmere,
a corporation, and against W. W.
Thomson, and Clara Thomson, hus
band and wife, judgment debtors for
the sum of one hundred thirteen and
11-100 dollars, (Jll.'Ul) with interest
thereon at the 7-ate of lOrr per an
num, from December 10, 1921. to
trether with attorney's fees amount
ing- to fifty dollars, {'$50.00) and costs
taxed at Thirteen and 20-100 dollars.
($13.20). with interest on said attor
ney's fee and costs at the rate of f\'",
per annum from December 10. 1921.
and to me directed and delivered. I
did. on the 21st day of March, 1922
levy upon all the right, title and in
terest of said judgment debtors, in
and to the following described prop
erty to satisfy said judgment, to-wit:
The south half of the northwest
quarter (S% XWU) ami the west
half of the southwest quarter (WMt
S\V> 4 ). of Section twenty-eight (28).
township twenty-six (26). north of
ranee seventeen (17). E.W.M. Also
the SEU of SEU of XE 1,: SWM of
NEK of SE 1 of N'E', ; \>.. of SWK
of SEU of NE%: S% of NWK of
SEVi of XE> 4 ; NW% of NW« of
SEX of XEU; EH of NEW of SW%
of NEI4; SEX of SEU of X\Vi 4 of
XEU: and SW% of SWM of NK 1.
of XE%, all in section Five (5»
township twenty-five (25), north
ranjre seventeen (17), E.W.M.
Also SWM of S\Yi 4 of X\V 4 of
section Four (4). township twenty
five, north of ranire seventeen (17),
E. W. M., situated in Chelan County,
Washington.
NOW THEREFORE Notice is
hereby given that on Saturday, the
2JUh day of April. 1022. at 10:00 o'
clock A. M., of said date. I will sell
the above described property or so
much thereof as may be necessary to
■ ' '. said judgment, together with
fees, interest, costs and in
creased cost.-, in all amounting to the
sum of approximately Two hundred
dollar.-. ($200.00).
Said sal'- will take place at the
front door of the court house at Wen
atchee, in said county and state and
will be at public auction for cat in
hand to the highest and best bidder.
Dated at Wenatchee. Washington,
this 21st day of March. 1922.
K. Q. FORSYTH,
Sheriff of Sai<! County.
Bj geo. l. McClelland,
Deputy.
I-It-Mar. 81, Apr. 21 )

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