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Today 50c a Share
Tomorrow $1 a Share
Price of the American Machine Works
Stock Advances Tonight, Saturday,
November 25, to Par
ou can make just 100 jwr ccnt. on your investment by
buying American Machine Work- stock today.
The office will bo open until '» o'clock tonight to take care
of application* from those who cannot call until evening.
If it is impossible for you to call at the office either to<lav
or tonight, get your remittance m the mail before midnight.
Send currency, a cheque, postoffice money orilcr or express
money order. I'm- the application printed below or write a
short letter stating how many shares of stock you wish to
take.
You need not pay all cash Vpplications for -(• k will be
received on the terms of one-fourth cash, balance in three
equal monthly payments.
PAST THE EXPERIMENTAL STAGE
The American Stump Pullers are in daily usr in and near
Seattle, and are doing everything that »s claimed for them.
Stump land is being cleared with them at a fraction of the cost
by other methods.
The American Machine Works cannot with its present
equipment take care of more than a small part of the orders
received for stump pullers.
WHY STOCK IS BEING SOLD
We must enlarge our equipment to turn out from five to
ten stump pullers daily in order to handle the demand in the
Northwest alone. The South, the New England States and the
Northern Central States also offer a larjjr field for the salt of
Stomp Pullers for use on cut-over land There ts. in fact, an
almost national market for our machines.
We t an secure large discounts, amounting to nearly $m
on the material entering into the construction of each of our
largest stump pullers, by buying steel, casting and supplies
in large quantities. Every saving made in pur» ha«ing material*
means a corresponding profit on each machine.
At present we sell stump pullers only for cash. WitK
more capital we could grant reasonable terms and greatly
stimulate the demand.
LARGE PROFITS FOR STOCKHOLDERS
On an output of one stump puller a day we can earn 15
per cent |>er annum on the par value of the total capitalization
of the American Machine Works Expense of production is
proportionately less as the output is increased, and on five
stump pullers a day we can earn in excess of "5 per cent, a
year on the par value of the total capitalization.
It will be necessary to sell little if any more than half of
the capital stock to provide funds for the improvements con
templated, and the stock remaining in the treasury would not
participate in the profit*, so that the above estimates of profits
can reasonably be doubled. Dividends are declared on the par
value of the stock and consequently those who buy in at SO
cents a -hare will receive double dividends each dollar
actually invested.
THOSE WHO ARE BUYING STOCK *
Stockholders in the American Machine Works already in
clude some of the best known practical mechanic- and ma
chinists in Seattle. These men realize that the American stump
Puller is the machine that the Northwest ha- long waited for
•—that it meets all requirements for the economical clearing
of logged-off land.
Others who are buying stock are diseerning business and
professional men who arc confident of the large returns that
will surely come to stockholders.
Stock is being sold in block- of from 100 to .1.000 shares,
and it appears evident that by tonight enough will have been
sold to fully finance the present improvement requirements.
BUY WHAT YOU CAN—DO IT NOW *
You must act today or tonight if you sccurc stock in the
[American Stump Puller at 50 cents a share.
Do not let this investment opportunity go by you. If you
cannot purchase $1,000 or $1,500 worth, take a smaller amount.
Put in $100. $200 or $300. and participate in the large earnings
of this wonderful invention.
Come to the office today or tonight if you can, but if that
is inconvenient, fill in and use this application. Get it and youc
remittance in the mail before midnight.
Kill In tl ■ application for number of shares you wish, tear It out Of
the (*•(>< r anil mall Willi your remittance.
1911.
AMERICAN MACHINE WORKS, 620 Washington Bid*. 70S First
Ave . S«*allip, Wash.:
Enclosed find Dollar* to apply as 'full 'part
payment on shares of the capital stork of the American
Machine Work* of the par value of I! 00 per share.
IT IS t'NDKRHTOOD AND AOWSED that I am to receive this
stock at 50 cent* per share and that It will be Issued to me fully
paid and nonassessable. (Hlku here)
Addres* Town State
•If yoti pay for your stork In full In one payment ilraw a llna
throiiuli 11..' »onl 'pari ir you pay for your stock In Installment* draw
a line throuffh the woril "full.
American Machine Works
705 First Avenue, Seattle.
Rooms 518-520 Washington Bldg. Foot of Cherry StrMt.
THE STAR-SATURDAY.'. 1 K6vEMnER 25. 1911
NAB POSTMASTER!
LOB ANtJKI.KH, Nov PnO
office InaiM'tloia hero luday arrest
i'<l fleorge H l.oudln, former pout
master of I Ik Itlver, Idaho, on H
i ht«iic«* of embessllng II.MtO In |>oa
tal receipt*.
The
Story of Washington's
Dental Conspiracy
The Basis of Lawless Gov
ernment
Man cannot roast iho history of Iho
Kit* Hah -r-oklng without tho
l»l »wis mill dlotfuNl «if hiMiwtti innllm t
»■ 'a u.g honvllv u| . him. mid liio
t uitnltiK lttlrlfu« with whloh our nvn
all) wmo tiiw«f t«-«| hofiwoon
Iho flino of (Ho rramlnn itn<) tufoivlloii
t»f Iho l*oi Uimthni «»f lri<|c|M>ii4«n<-«i
nnd ll*** Mililliny of Iholr rutinlMf
r«matlluil<>n upon ua, whfoh ronall'
Ulloti wan Intvodoil to put a ehok
on lh« nuijorll> rule uf iiopukr guv*
ornrimdt nnd |ho Mtnmoti
fN»<uy»hr from Instituting * l*om«»t rutlr
ropuhlh- thnt tho oapromo 1a«
I* tho jiubllt- ku«ml, N now too
Well i»«tt|t»«l lo In* aii «|>is>»llo«i
"W« tridot fu«rt| |»M|x rl) ind of>u
ton« « nnd |o thoo* is ho oro woll
toon to ffuAvd Iha fow lit Iholr og«
i>loitniioii u ( th« many.*' waa tlio prin
olplo upon «hi> i, out ««»natitutl«iri
w»« forr*«l upun |ha |mv>p)o In Ituit
day tho immii m«)orlly uf no i«ll«l
giTHt mm who arr now roforr« d to
hv thr • AMt|*Aign i.istor and rr>|irt<«itn
tntUo of ajM. ta l prtvt)«ff«' *» thr 'Im
Mortal*," twit* v #<si tho t ««iftti»fu<N
v. i - - • i t ■ t i;• { in rulo i>r
th«* * nntmoa hard Tho orooomlo In
t< rrato »,f tho New Kniland trader
•nd lha Houthrrn planlor raqtilrod
hupmn nUkvrrt to romain aa an In
ailtutlon. It wis othi'at to own
ata%««a Tho arr<*aani irtitncmcy of
tho Kouth h*rkko«t upon tho |kmh white
huh. who tl%od t»v honoat toll, aa
thr n»fr« slasf Tho arlo
t'V-rary of tho Houth l-ifiitoato.l tto*
Whtfr tt*'Uao dt«.tat«*d tho wet ton of
tho nattwn'a r«»o|irao» and *-ontroll*d
tho auprrmo fudi•. larv of tho nation.
»»<) flnolly, whoa the tawlcoanoao of
apas l«t priv!lo«o re«|ulr«*d It. tho art*
t'» r#r» of th« Kotilh roady
and wlllln# to dioriM'tvihor ths Union
by tiatn# ths inomlteii of tho com
ition hord <poor whit* traoh) to oar
ft thr |uni ind ihi»»H othorw fr«»n*
tho North )uot ii poor and I* ahot
by othora. Juat ao poor. Wo ioo in
that inatofM-o It win tho lawlraa go*-
f tha vpo «I Intarwata ti.ot
rroatod war and rauootl tho common
proplo of Ua Korth and Houth lo
•hoot oarh othrr
t«« ouoif op oonivvin
({••wornmont la not v»ry old It haa;
ibout al« or aovon thotiaand
vrafa whlto orcanlgo«l locloty haa 1
furntohad o% l«lon« e of 111 o»lwton< oi
an aoeh ftr moro ttun a hundr«Jj
rhouaand Oot*rnmont did not o»-
l»t until It tioam* nor«*oiary for
aorno on* to gov*rn aomo ono ol»o
In ordor to plunder ind mplolt thorn
*4f HtHaeitlt aald "that thoro wero
two rUaari i ffovornO't r laaa and i<
frovoratnc oiam im Hat ha wintrdl
la holonfli to lit# (ovsrninf clam"
Thla la tiur and Iho govommonl 10l
n«xfta«rlty tawiooi ao fir a* tho
govomod «-laaa la coocoffiadL and In-1
aomwh aa tho cmornlnff rtaao la i
omall minority. w*» ao> that thaj
imi bo«Jr of tho «ommon paopl«» atw
rulo«l hv tin* lawloai govornmont of
tho minority. Ai Hamilton nald.
"WoM horn ' T»a. wo know than*
thoy aro ororf«Kl ind tindor worho-1.
whilo llod'a own poopla aro ovar
workr-d ind undarfod
LAWLIM OOfIBVVSVt
141 wlroa powof |a lhat powor which
la oiorrtaai by lndi« iduala. i< •
In* to tha dictate* of ihotr unro- j
atralnrd p* , r* r >nal will. In wiolailon of
or In tho ihoanro of p<iiltiwa written i
law. "thr Uw of tlio tiand.** unltu a;
court or any public official can ihowj
thMr woll daflnr ] nuthofHy aulhorli-
Inc thrlr dr- lalot: or |>tihllr irt ind
the K>urco of lha jmwrr Ihoy a*rr
rlao, ao io to t»o ouatatnod hy iho
puhllr will ftho ttooola'i wlll> thit
court or public official la danaaroua
to Ant#rlcan lootltuttona. of Llloiiy
Mf- nrltv and Proporty Rifhia, what a
U-ft Of thrn»
TVS DISTINCTION IBOAO AID
FLAIV
lAwfraa .govrrnmrnt la ao far ro
mo|o from a govarnmrnt of law thai j
jft doow not roqulro tho porf«*rtlott of
bull an rraaon to thr dlattrv
tlO« (aw)raa ffovarntoant la of man,
l-aot on th# will and untarlal In |
toroat of Ihoaa who won tha Inatltu
tlooa upon which thr paoph? muit da- j
t»m»J whit* a ffovrrnmont of laa la
T<a*rd on tho puhlir good and tho will
«if thr common wraith. Tha former
|rada |o irlat«H rmrv ind ill
whilr (ha lattor itanda for tho pop
ular rlghti ind economic Independ
ence of the rltlarn
Thr t'oitrd Htitra Supreme f'ourt
uar<|'% ».«• frs 1 lowing lanirnigo In i cwao
vntra an asarclaa of arbitrary power!
fliwlrai powart waa ahown to oilaf
"For the voinr Idea that one man may
hr compelled to hold hla llfr or thr'
uioina of living or any matorlil right!
<*emttil to tho enjovment of llfr gt
thr mere will of inothrr. aeema to be
Intoh-rihlo In any country whore free
dom prevalla. n being of tlta eaaence
of alavery Itirlf '* "In fict, in ordl
ninoe which clothn i olngfr Indivi
dual With *•)< I: power i lawloaa nrhl
trary p<»wer) hardly falla within Iho
domain of law." ana mnaaffd by
thl« atandard tho Amorl«tn neoplr
arr patient ilavea t»r<aiiao It la the
mere w'li of the eaptilfti of In4tiatry
who «-ontrol tho moani of living of
thr working «faia and control thr
common prople by the everclae of the
powi>ra of government In their claa*
Intoreat agalnat the puhlir wrlfarr.
DENTAL LAW LAWLflll
The l>entil law of thla atate Ii
lawhai heratier the utandird of quil-
If hat ton Ii not preai rll»e<l by thr
atatr but hy thr I»rntal Board. Thr
I'nltrd Mtatea Hupreme Court, In tho
caae of l»rnt vi Weal Virginia, ha!
aald: "The nature and cvtent «f
«|uallflcatlona re«iutred muat depend
primarily upon trie ludginrnt of the
atatr a« to their neoeggfty." Hut tlw
Judgiiiont of our atate doaa not i>r«-
aofiba a itandard for !>entiata The
Dental Board praarrlbea the aUindard
arbitrarily •»»»•! f«-r that rmaon, oo i
far na thr f>«>ntlat! arc concerned, wa
hive a lawlraa government of men
l»ocaiiar tho !>enta! Itonrd la the Htatr
of Waahlngton In thl! Qaae Thli Ii
tho very eiionce of lawlaaa govern
ment prraonlflod, and the alirmltig
aat»ect of the iltuation l! thnt thla
Brinolple haa been preaonted to our I
uprcine f*mirt time and again nnd!
that InMltutton haa given < mphnala
to the doc'trine that the Dentil Hoard)
f'hould dof-lde what la n legaoftabldi
atnti'larcl of ijuallflcatlon for !>ontlata
who ulah t'» ItVr In thla alat«-
l»entl!ta are compelled to hnhl I
their rlghta aubject to the mere will;
of the l>mtnl Hoard, the game na tlio:
great ln«lu«lrlal army of the work i
log claaa are compelled to hold their
llf«- and the meana of living at thf
mare will of tha few who own the
mcanM t<» auitalii human llfo lu thlnj
«ountrr Their awncrahtp comp»lH
them to eKplolt the peoph'. and when'
the people'! repreaontatlvea will not
aland for the rule of the few, the
| courta, who are rogponalhle to thr
f««w for appointment to their official
life, do what the rcprr»o>ntatlvoa of
the people did not dare to do !,hw
leai government Laa Ha foundnllon
and la baaed on the failure of our
court! to he guided liv and follow the
wrltt-M law. In falling to lnt«i|.i<t
lhat which tho leglilature enact! In
to law In tho Intereit of the people
Inotead of the Intercat of the ! pec la I
pfivllngad cwai Thara la n<» longei
any uueatlon that our courta have
made one law for the rich and an
other for tho poor. The private own
erahlp of tho Inatltutlona of produc
tion and dtatrlhotlon have divided «»ur
people, and the will of the owning
claaa li tho luiala of lawlc!! govern
uieut,
BDwnt j. xmowjf. d d. i„
713 Plrat Awa., Uuion Block.
i Off Water Wagon;
Wife Takes Ether
DKNVKIt Colo, Nov 2fi Her
. truile Htmidnrd. wife of Cr«4 Htan
( (lur4 of ihi- tlraulte betel, tried to
u»ko her lift. because her husband
I l"l fcff the water wagon Hhe took
Mh f, but not in sufficient quantity
|o produce death
A (i|* years ago Mrs Hlutidard's
luiKlihtnl drunk excessively but
through her Influei* • he quit liquor
Ahil remained sobd until reiently.
On arriving home rhe learned her
husband hail fallen from the wagon
Hhe forguve him when he prom
laed lo quit again Hut he felt the
• all of the wllij BKnln and ahe found
him In a atiloon
FITZHENRY VICTIM
111 LAW TEST
William Kltuhenry. an auctioneer,
was arrested yesterday on the coin
plaint of t'ounly Treasurer llunna,
lu order to teat the new law requlr
IliU auctioneer* to file Inventory of
goods to be aold before I hey are
offered at auction The law In
tends to give the eounty nu op|H»r
Utility to rolled the taxes assessed
against the proimrty. Fttihenry
conducted hla sales At I'M Harvard
avenue
"TAY PAY'S" WIFE
VISITS NATIVE
LAND AGAIN
MRI. T. e. O'CONNOR
Mrs I I' <i Connor, wlfr i.f the
fsmoim Irish member of the Krltlsh
parllaiurnt. has b»wn tourinf the
South. KathcrltiK material for a new
ibnok. to be called Mf Beloved
South."
Mr*. O'Connor I* an American by
birth, ssd well known lo the liter
i ary and theatrical world, as well
aa fur her active Intrrest Id the In
dnsiriaJ problems o( her adopted
country.
i While he waa *1111 carting out his
! poltMcal and journalistic career.
Mrs O'Connor waa working 14
I hour* out of the 14 aa • reporter on
> a New York uewai«per.
WOMEN WANT TO
BE POLICEMEN
INDIANAPOI.IH, Ind . Not »t —
Prominent women oI tho city. In
eluding many society leaders, ap
(■eared before the city counrll to
plead for the appointment of po
lice women In Indianapolis. Mayor
Hhank la the leader of the police
women muteiuint.
FOOD FOR COYOTES
GRKKLKY, Colo., Not li Chll
dren near Hudson, SS miles south
of hero, yesterday discovered the
body of Tuny Taylor, a negro, part
ly eaten by coyotes, on the prairie
The body lay face down In a coyote
hole It had evidently bet-n there
for over a week A amail bole in
(he forehead lends color to the sup
position that the man wa* mur
dered.
MARSHAL KILLED
HAHRtfUICRC,. IU., Nov 15 —
City Marshal I'rlrw of Oaskins
City I* dying, one Polish miner Is
doad and four others seriously
wounded a* the result of a race
war here between the Polandera
and the police, following an at
tempt of the latter to quell the dla
turbanie at a Polish christening.
BURGLAR SCARED
AWAY BY BABY
ST UML Mo. Not. M —The
fretful cry of a nlne-monlb*-old
baby roused the family of Win.
Ilornecker llornecker found that
a burglar bad wuked (he child but
had escaped without loot.
Tht annual election of officers
of the Arctic club takes place to
day The polls opened at noon, and
will be open until K o'clock. Clyde
I, Morria, president, I* unopposed
for reelection.
Information Wanted
A reward of one thonoand dol-
Inin l|l 000) will he pold hy hlfl
*l»ter. lionrlette Moutonx for In
formation lon •11 t»K to Iho wlt4M«-
ii huti in "f ll«Mirv Mo»i lon*, laol
lioat'tl of In Hoaltln. Waalt., .1111 \.
IWU4 Wan born In tlot-many Nov.
1160. Weighed 1 r»0 |)<»uiida
wlioti ho l<«ft. 11•*Iktit & f«>ot H In.,
halt tliln and of liklit hrown color.
Ktoy, «lrrji m»t and niadltitn-alxed
eyeo Wore rntiataohe and ohln
whlokora. Rt'nr In « onter of forr*-
lioad comnionrhig whoto tho hair
otarta, runnlnar downward to iho
loft Wm lilt* ouotoin to comb
hair lo lha loft ho oa to conceal
Hear. Addroott
COMMA D KI3BUMO,
100 ft I.arkln St..
•au rraaciao®, CaL
Murders Scarecrow
BAN FRANCISCO, Nov. 2%s—
Because, tha daclirtd, Lulgl
Lugo's Hirtcrow looked like lis
"hatsd" owner, Mri. Mary Ha
inan "brained 11, belieadsd it
and lor# It limb from limb." She
"<• arretted for battery. But
ahe'd battered Mr. Scarecrow
so completely, he couldn't ap
pear against her, •
The judge couldn't hold her
for bloodless murder, so she
wae releaaed.
ITALY PLANS BLOCKADE.
CONHTANTINOFLK, Nov. 2.1 —
ll »»n stated a! the war office to
day that lh» government expei is
Seattle Business Directory
No matter what your needs may be, you will find them enumerated in this!
Directory -Cut the Directory out and paste in a convenient place in your home!
for future reference. I
AMATEUR FINISHING
KODAKERS
We do good work for others
let ua do your*.
100 Roll—Developing—loc Roll
ELECTRIC STUDIO
119 Madison Street
ARTIFICIAL LIMBS
J A. LUNDBFRO
ManvUflliior of Artificial
irueae* oful I>«f«if»iiUy
A !'!>• MIM' •• of r\t!iy ilMCTfp'
llfH
Free
rHOKRi SI AIM 1814
IIV? third A»a.
j BAKERIES
mm rncrrr.K • h ikkhi
HIS llrd Av„ imaltarj
IV> tvrr think whrm tha VfMft
and <afce *og eol I* Imliml If to
elmjht i-ail sin M We Will •!»•• *«U
OVf kitrh#n ahtrs r»Uf Hoa'th Hraad,
| lt«r«»r sixl Osliti«sl <'»kn and a full
line i'l |«hetry '* m»<1» iLtl .
BILLIARDS
See OUR NEW
PARLOR
2nd and Spring
BROWN & HULEN
3rd Floor
Butcher and Grocer
Gallagher's Market
!• All H>«M
SPECIAL PRICES
On Meals sas Oimmw B».rr D«r-
Cali a»« n— «»
rot »*n imh* «t.
PHONES:
CARPENTERS
JAMES DUFFY
t>r«t t if»»tw
w- l o k Toa I.Ac.* Nfth* THMD for
"«»»<««« "»• '• <
— W»m»i m.l»-
FrirM
1114 nim **»
rtHMi M «m
CHATTEL LOANS
A. D. ANDERSON
okxkrai. ijoas naoara
HM'lai Hsu. •« L»ai»» From |lt to
lis* N** Hkmi kt Oeiini Ur liaise
444 NEW YORK BLOCK
u n u §714 —rWM — l»d
CHIROPRACTORS
DR. W. E. OLMSTEAD
1320 rifth Ave.
NERVOUS DISEASES
A SPECIALTY.
Phone Main 4105.
CLEANERS AND DYERS
Mala ♦»»« ,n4 A "•*
hotel"^dye works CO.
jfiSTar/««« *£
Hrn . *>«lt «!>• »«ril »«4 >St
Our Auto Will Call for and Deliver
At the Above Prices.
COLLECTIONS
Mala 4see W
Quick Adjustment Co.
(-•IImOm* a»d A<Uuatm.at.
Kitrrtrlwr*.
■walls t'MUI-H« Ttiras.
Itt N T Wsek A. I» shsv.. M*t
CONTRACTORS
L. B. OULLETT
The House Moving
CONTRACTOR
2041 Westlake Boulevard
Phone: Main 2711—After 6
CORN CURES
A
k I that c » Oorn
ft ■ I'Usttr will nllfvr you
M ■ It - try It «'•!! or
M ■ sriid ir (Btnmt>" tNkem
M ■ for I pl»»ter« pr»«t|v*ld.
m 1 Aildr#»» C. It Kr<»«ti«r.
Li I A I 4 914 Qatw •« . M»nttl«.
I W*»h I'hona Ind. Tork
C. II rROttNEK rimnr Ind York I*.?
DAIRIES
Washington Dairy
Iml A 4Al
ttll NIMH AVFN I K
Ortlflrd Mill m aperUlty.
IniptctMl In Arf(>nl»ncs with Clt?
Or 41ft am*.
INDEPENDENT DAIRY
KAI.RRRO 41 PITIMON. Pr»|a.
Our Dp«( laity Milk for ltttbl«a
HALBKRO'I ri KB MILK.
FraDi Milk. Craam and 100 Croatn.
1001 lloholl st
I'hona Ind I9SI.
DETECTIVES
CODY DETECTIVE AGENCY, Inc.
452-4 ft Arrndo Hldg.
r,V.° phones
Mnlo —11ICT W lIV »CH— I rni nlo
legitimate Dolaotlva HaalnoM Trnna-
I W rtf>d -Corroi»poi»d4iii« in All Principal
Oltlaa
Star Want Ads
Bring* Results
Italy tn fulfill her threat to block
nl flk I». i ■ (Jain Ilea within '/4
hotirH, Turkey thHI«'V«*H thla move
)a carrying Iho war ntitildn African
lerrltory and that It will apoedlly
compel Intervention,
I"WO NEW steamers
HAN KRANCIHCO Nov t,
Twn ll' W Stl'HNM'rS Itlr 111 l>«- allllcl
l» the I»mc-Iflf- (Vishi Hl<-nniHhl|i
Cumiinnr's f!*»•-» Tlicy will o|«»r
nil* b«-lwi-fn H<*sltl< Han frHii
(!»<'<>, I At* AiikclM iiml Han lil"K"
Ordfi's for pi. inn anil Kiwclftcstioi"-
nro ulri-nriy In
(>i><>rK<- II lllkli'-". vlco pr<rsl(l<-iil
• nil manacrr of Hi* romiwny. It
autliiirily for (lie mlmk-iih rM ll'
also il<-i lai« <l tlio Hi'iiiiiiT H|K>hNttK
FAMILY LIQUORS
Ol l» IMI NO M A
rtarel fter gat|«>o .......... 71e
/lofaiMltl. |»rr gallon ....... 01 aa
Hortoody, |»er galh#«s ..... 11.10
irik un.l% r.Kir
SUMMIT LIQUOR CO.
■-)>...» I KUMI IMIj Ind >;<T
German Delicatessen
B. KALTER
aoto l<«(ir«i*iitii(h* of W«)mI A Co. I
ACltwaokoo,
at rßNiotc *ai »Aor«
AMI MBAT riODCCTI
tin rtrM AT.
AIAO VII Al-Tll nnrAD
Phoo»» lod 1141 Main IOS
GROCERS
V. LYDELL A CO.
OrocsrlM
Boatdlnatlsn Oooaj a Specialty.
TRY US
m IILSOCMI AT.
rbosM. Sim TSI Worth 28*3
HOMES
Mr Hint foyer why aot boy a new -
toodem twftfaioe from ui and lot yoor ;
rant mcooy Mr I** " f w ' horo fwr ,
•ola tn oatr t»»a» o»-mo of tho moot
oltraetlto hsma to tha Hty. or «ro !
will furnish o 10l and fcalld lo wl« j
We drow up r .ane ood •pertftceltoofl at
o eery »ow ftgur*
Get our of Wootalow fionA lie
inr. RiAtui nn to, iae .
Mala ■ 144 4 oatral Bldg I. MIS. |
JEWELERS
CHAS. LAMPE
Watrhee and Jewelry
ItlllMlN AVI) >14 ION
Talking Machine# and Jlecorda Ca#b j
or Kaey Paymonta
IT TAia IK THR I.OWO ICN
To tuy food fo«*J». and that U tho oolf |
kind that I ka*o to offer
«tf Deaoy Woy. fer Itfth Ao. K.
Phono Queen Anno 1441.
" ICE CREAM
"I
SEATTLE ICE CREAM
The Cream of Quality Creams
At All Reputable Dealers
LAUNDRIES
Plymouth Laundry
WORK HMiHT
lIMK RIGHT
I'KK T. ftir.RT
rhooeo: Queea Aone IM4; tad , ttll
ItV, WKKTI AKF. ATKRt l
Oriental Laundry
R. OMAHA. Frop.
Quick lorvlro an«l Beit Work ta Ctty. j
HeaacnaMe Trleea
Will Call for Work and Dal Ivor
Tromptly.
»a* 14th At. Mouth
Bearoii ft |*»|ONKM Ind A. lIM
LAWYERS
Ja*. H. Maybury
114 Marltlmo Hldg.
Main 4744
Twelvo yoora' e*perlenea In actlvo
court work S|eclai attention given to
law of real property and esainlnatlon i
of title# F:»tHt<>o probated rrartlce
In atate and federal court# lta\o ct»tn
tet.nt collocthin deportment and ln>
auranro
MACHINE WORKS
EMERY MACHINE CO.
fiucceeoor to K O. Clifford
MKIIINK MHOr
F.ftport Oeot i'utting Model Making
AM) AI TO MKI'AIKH
111 Kenera htreol.
Phone Moln 11*1.
Woslileni c t'hnns F!att RSI4 j
MONUMENTS
rrOKT BOt'ND MARRI.R AMI 4.HAN- |
irr CO.. lae.
MONUMENTS
Of Fiecy Oeerrlptlon
Largest Htork West of Chicago.
1410- 241f FIRHT AVE
PHONES: v;r XI
OPTICIANS
EYES
Ff sporty Filled Wllk liloeeel
ttepalrlng Dona.
Tho Albert Hanson Optical neparlment.
Harry W Appleton. Optoni#til#t
<11 IKKY ST.. FOR FIRST AVE.
PAINT & WALL PAPER
SEATTLE BALL TEAM ARE
NOW WINNING
Rut thoy do not compore with th# win
ner# tn Imported Wall Fapora at A F
Ureenus A ro„ 141? First Ave. at half
price for iwa >vceks from July Ist.
Main lIR4-FHONFH—A 1411
In to b# run to Alimksi during thi
nurnrii' r mi iin «*x<urnlon n't-amcr,
ihey Will Agree
villi ymt—ami lirlp yoti to keep
our kloitku-Ii miul other organ*
i tin- proper condition on which
r good health mint d<-[>rnd
JEECHAMS
PILLS
'! la bom lOt. >nd 2&n.
Osteopathic Licensed
Physician*
Members National, Stale and
County Aaaociation
DR A. B CUNNINGHAM
I I \H\ III.IM.
I'IIONRM Mils Kft> O A IU
DR CHAS. U. MAXEY
it- i I Milt I 111 KN HANH 111 .lit *
PftO**a IMi ftlJI. %| %I N Nir;
DR. W. WALDO
tai * soidiims iitsK hi ao
j Mtl> 4IB0: IMi U!l; KM 111 li 179
DR. CLYDE L. BONHAM
1114 I I3MO HI (OK Mill *. V.
I-IIOM - minim io:; (,nii > ao.',
DR FRANCES THOMB
til till MIMiaOK. CI II AMI I MOJt
I IHIM.s IMI 4W|" l| MS Htl*m
DRS POTTER 4. RICKART
4*" I'IUVItIH HI.IKi.
rtiosrwi maim aa:. imi a ii?i
Physicians and Surgeons
B. T. TRUEBLOOD. M. D„
lHtrif«fioui 'I r eat merit (paiorm of
j TuUtf u)o«4a An+ml* ("hronie ftheuma
ttam nod Diwvl
*tportali«t In
FTP AMI MH«r
f.»orral Offtro I'rartUo
20«-7 M«n->u Hl'Sff lot *od 4 Mortaa
I'hone, Main TSlt
Ilea tl«t «tl. As W g«iih*n Ann# 2H2
PHOTOGRAPHERS
JOHN L. JOHNSON
MIOTOI.KAI'MIR
Photo# la gil •Uiee at reaeonakle
pt\> #• Copylog tixl Kotargieg. t>a
and PrloMr.g
FIRST AVENUe
POOL PARLORS
Greenland Pool Parlors
<*et ArqifHtated With Oar f iae
NEW POOL PARLORS
iaaa iv.urth Av.
( oraer Plkr.
lad. 4*44
Park-Bowman Co., Embalmcn
Iliiilß M7I; 4). A. m;
H •( lilt Iblrtl .%».
■ W> »(u<ly to ptMM Km-
H i-'tiablc prum and rourfrt , »
H (rMilinttil r»m mnvt
I I »•»•( l*«dy
!safet^Depo«i^Boxe»|
Moat Modern Syotem of E»# tilcai Fro
toctlon In tho Northwest
IMK FAtIFK aAFKTI HKFOMT
/ COMPANY
Frlkeoe Hldg Hr»t oad I sirrrsMf.
Phones Main HIT. Ind 217
Dry Btorogo Vautt# for Trunk•. fMror
waro and Valuables at
It a tea. Safety Dsp<v«ll Petes at |4 a
Tear and Up Hours s 30 o m. to
4pm Returday Fvenlnga S to 14
Xrt J'tanrrifd With Any Hank. ■
SALARY LOANS
Money for Salaried People
Women keep ( ng houee and Otherg.
their own not#*, without eecatltjf;
rl.eapoot rotes; eaalest iiaymanta; of
fices la 41 principal cltlca
D. H TOI MAN.
444 Fpler Block. 411 Secaad Ao.
Office Hour*—• a. na to ( p. m
SANITARIUM BATHS
Battle Creek Sanitarium Rooms
1408 Fourth Av., Raleigh Hotel
Phone Main »55
Elrrltk- I lifcl .nd TtirH.li llsllu,
Meweee. Hj4r.-ltwra|>; and
Mn-lrlr.l Trrnlm.nl.
Seattle Horse Market
Wanted—To buy nome
S fx'ft. chrap work
maris Is.n't mst
»re
bl.mlKlie.l,
SEATTLE IOIU
auaoT,
laoe tat st. 8.
Mala 3761,
2d-Hand Shoes and Clothing
and hold
Sh«*. .1 |l oe B
r«ai f..r tt.ee
Repairing D.H
ttt<! I ...I Arr
Fhoae lod. A 4t44
SEWING MACHINES
SINGER STORE
In New Location
1528 FIRST AVEf Xr.
OPPOSITE SANITARY MARKET
Phone: Main 1926
SHEET METAL WORKS
f *ow ie the tlm. to
nave that rainspmit
also tm»sp
li'liks in tllf l.Hif.
nu also iirt'd a new
Oui Oarbaflf. Cans
arc the Im'M niatlc.
Msrs M.tal
ll#l» B.court A*. 8.
VACUUM CLEANERS
9 RENT A SANTO
C® —Or—
Let Us Clean for You
I \\ m SANTO VACUUM
I \X™ CLEANER CO.
Ea * t 5623 L 5048
Washington Wafer Co.
Manufarturors of
•• SE N - B E " ( C «U«.)
Vary Delirious, Nutritions and Whole*
sumo Hplomlid for Children Nlco with
Te«. Coffee and Ito OrOom.
14?.H KINO IT. T. TAH ATA. Frop.
WATCH REPAIRING
Watches He no I red or (Menue*! In Thla :
Store aie Hepaired or Cleaned Hlghl
ami at the !lt«iht Ftico We Ouaian*
tre Our Work tor Ono Your
FRANK BRIGGB, JEWELER
|C»|M-rt t'lwck and J.n.lr> Kppalrlnc
1330 FIRST AVE.
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