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Monday, Dec. 25, lUie.
TBMES CLASSfIFttED ADS BRINO GOOD CHEER TO EVERY HOME
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TIMES WANT ADS
I CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING RATES
I cent a word earh Insertion—3 times for the price ot 2.
I month, per line per mouth % . $1.00
S months, per line per mouth *. 95
6 months, per line per mouth 90
12 months, per lino per month 75
Swap ada 15 words, 3 times, 15c, cash iv advance
No Advertisement taken for less than 15 cents.
PHONE MAIN 12
THK TIMES IS TACOMA 8 ___&<?*__!__^_ WE RECEIVE ADS BY
ONLY INDEPENDENT OWmffi) PHONE. OUR NUMBER
NEWSPAPER _ffif_ ,S MAIN 11
BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY
ABSTRACTS OF TITLE
COMM <IN WEALTH" Tl TL E TRL'BT
CO.. The Competent. Tel. Main 101.
109 S.i. luth St. .
TACOMA TITLE CO.—Ground floor
Fbiellty Bldg. Main
AMBULANCES
AUTUII *tILE ambulance. Only on*
In c' . Main 43.
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CARPET BEATING & CLEANING
TACOMA RUG FACTORY — Our
method of cleaning carpets with
compressed air and bteaiu makes
a perfect Job. Absolutely no wear
on carpets or rugs. Laving, refit
ting. 1116 tX Main 7 78L
*~CAUPET CLEANING
H. L. HOL'CK—Carpet beating, re
fittlriK and laying; feather reno
vating and upholKterlng. 2812 Cth
ay. Mum 325.
COUNTRY WATER SUPPLIES
BEI'I'IC lunks, country water sup
plies Coffee Plumbing Co., 1012
A st. Mum 670.
~lhlayaile"' >'
Commercial Truck & Storage Co. —
Furniture moved, 1 scked and
stored, i'oam and aut 1 intii. Fire
proof warehouse. Beat corps of
trained men In city. Main 706.
PETERSON BROS., 1002 So. X it.
Main lit.
IN s l^i^LO^rTNrTspltTYs^
CARBOLINBUM and Cre-Sol for
chicken lie*. Carto Vegetable
spri.y. wnter ghi.-s. Standard
Chemical Co. Main 5456.
JUNI^^JEAI^Rs rw^~ s,
FOR SALE—6 horses, very cheap.
Wallis & Sons. 132S Commerc* st.
Tel. Main 6069.
MOOREPIEI.D BATHS
MOOREFIELK BATHS
FOR Rl-.eumatlsm Kidney Diseases,
La (lilppe. Open day and night.
MON ET ToToX>T "^rw^
MONEY TO LOAN
On niortgiige securltv Improved city
or farm property.
It. K. Andersnn a Co.
■candlna rian-Amiirlcan Bank Bldg.
Eleventh and Pacific
-.% to 7%
ON IMPROVED property. Loan*
for building a specialty. Also
make loans payable In email
monthly Instnllmenta.
!.. R. MANNIN'i * CO.
Tel. Main 26. B-itillable Bldg.
ftEAL ESTATE LOAKB, term or
monthly payments. March-Mc-
Csndlrss. Room 20(1. National
Really Rldg. _
OUR own money to loan. W. N.
Douh * Co., Inc., 604 Cal. Bid*
Main 21SS.
■ — .
PRIVATE money to la**, |50 to
■ 1*00: no roinmlsslen. Payments
to suit. Call 531$ Su. Fife. Felix
Dubois.
7 PER CENT money; '■. commission.
8511 So. 64th, So Tn .ma. Wn.
LOW BATE money, no delay. I.
R "TMnlley, 729 Ta-nnu Bldg.
15000 lo loan at 7 snd I per cent.
Other money at 6 per cent. In
quire nf J L. Hnapp, I.M Fidelity
Bldg. Malff 4D»4.
LOANS Short or lon* ten*, any
amo.ml. 41S California Bldg.
MORTOAU!-: LOANS. Amounts from
l-'OO up; city or farm; lowest
rates. NORTON ft CO.. 210 Berlin
LOANS fcrnome null,ling or to
pay off old mortgage--. Lowest
rates, special prlvllegra to bor
rowers - to S years .Money al
Ways un haii'l —no delay.
H. J. BCHWINN & <.'.>.. Inc.
216-19 Tacoma Bldg.
SALAHY AND (^TaTTI-HTIOANS
~"LOANsTntOMPTLY MADaToN "
BALARIEB
FLKNITL'RE
PLVNOS AND
BTORAOE RECEIPTS
At rates you can afford to pay.
Money buy* cheaper than credit.
Our service has pleased many
others and will please you. Let us
tell you all about It.
COAST FINANCE COMPANY
:M0 Bankers Trust Bldg.
PHIBICIANI
bit. waR l: i: N 811 ow N -Diseases \
of waate* and aenllo-urlnary and
nkln discuses. 11 o;i Comma*** at.
i>l! I-'. H. BCHHOEDER — SKIN
AND GENITO-tRINAItY DIS
EAHES. FRENCH MLDQ.. 1166
PACIFIC. MAIM 1735.
DR. LA tlAßA~^~iSurgeon". X-*U|T,
SISSSBM of women, geulto-urln
ary. Realty Hldg.
DR. C. E. CASE
Diseases of Women.
1010 80. Itth. Main 691
DR. JONEZ-^BURGEON-
Diseases of women. Fidelity Bldg.
DR. B ELIZABETH DRAKE, Phys
ician nnd Surgeon. 1016 Fidelity
Bldg. Main 234; Proctor 648, Mad-
Ison H'Jt-l- __
DR. ParTSRSEN-DANA. 11l B*rtt*
Bldg. Scandinavian Am. Bank).
Office, Main 3378; res., Main 1>77.
~"l)R FOREMAN" SURGEON
Bankers Trust Bldg.
DR YOCUM. Natl, it e.ilty Bldg.
Day, Main 600; nklil. Proc. > ."06.
POt'ULAli MUSIC
RAGTIME and popular music
taught yln from 10 to 20 leaaon*.
Call nf 14 Temple of Music,
Broadway. Mala 1253, Re*. Proc
tor 212*1.
MINING
FOR mining; business or mining ln-1
formation, enquire A. M. P. Co.,
120-121 Prov. Bldg.. Tacoma
'F YOU ARE LOOKING FOR A HOME-ST-'
'' ______&' i- ■
<* ssd I
i 80(1
SA: vi DEPOSIT VAULTS
FIDELITY TKT'StTmi.'S SAFE DE
POSIT VAULTS. Uround floor.
RaUUILT TTPgWRITIRI
SEE ihe new Woodsiuek typewrit^
er that speaks fur iti.elf. Roth
prlco and quality. 11. D. Baker &
Co., 1007 A st.
lAPICTT DEPOSIT BOXES
14.00 per year, fire and burglar
proof. People' Safety Deposit
Co., 117 So. Ilth. Berlin Bldg.
Mala 2013.
KAZORS SHARPENED
WE sharpen safety razor blades?
All work guaranteed. McMillan
Bins., ins Broadway.
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OiJTBIOPATHS
DM MUDSOnT 226 ProvidenTTuTdT
Main 8418. Res. phone. Main 4432.
WINDOW CLBANINQ
CIT7 Window Cleaning
Co., vacuum cleaning.
Main 4633.
CNDERTAKBRg ~~~
c-n?; !- YNN CO., Funeral DlreotorZ
_»io raeossa ay. Main 7745.
BUCK LE Y-KING CO.—Professional
I- utieral Director* 730-32 St
Hi !■ ns. Phone Mala 412.
CASBEDT, ALLEN * afeCONNELL
Op—Funeral directors. 1110 So.
Ilth. Main Slsl.
BO TACOMA FUNERAL PARLORS,
6483 I nloi ay. Main 10S3. Geo.
\\. Piper.
PATENT ATTORNEYS
RJ; I''LLIOTT, 120? Natl. Realty
Bldg. Mcch. Eng. Patents. M. 6779.
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VIOLIN TEACHER
OLOE HULL. 27 years In Tacoma!
Studio. Temple of Music, Broad
way.
WELITITrnGER
gi^g'
SCAVENGERS
AMERICAN OARIIAOE CO — Ro
movlng garbage g_ refuse of all
kinds. 216 Pay. ay. M. 742. R. 7539
****** Jt^maj - fVv . |f> - | ft> WtfWWsj.-.
MASQUERADE
COSTUMES
SWITCHES, waves, wigs, hair goods.
Thorsca's, 91S*4 Broadway. Main
O . liD.
RRNT—B ABEMBNT "~,~*
GOOD basement rent cheap! fine
y*V!iR TacVm. ay" 8- S"Ver
HOTELS
HOTKL MERIT
Rcpufntlon Eatlbllshed. Reasonable
rates. 3151 4 Market st. Court und
Market.
BH. £j 1 A UOT. R.V- M?4«*a ovuia*
rooms, It. 11.11 and |3 per wesk
vi. Wa night up 1816 Market.
HOVEL HIHOSHIMATA, Co7~*Ur^
.... L*"***"! y^arai 60c, 75c, it
J .( 5 rGED OFF LAMP
MAHAFFAY Insures. 306 Fidelity
Rlil,T Main 1731.
I.N v.'aiit.tnglon to set
tlers only |6 Ol) per acre and up,
Tin ymrs lo pay. Interest at »%.
WF.VERHAEt'SER TIMBER CO.
1 ■" "'c i B|dß- Tacon\a. Wash.
20-a. tracts 126 acre. nr. So. Prairie.
Terms. <1» California Bldg.
FLESH RE I) UCTroiT
GROW THIN NATURALLY. A
Modern Method. No Drugs, Fast
ing. Massage or enervating exer
cises. PERMANENT REDUC
TION CERTAIN, also correction of
many Ills Incident to excess flesh
Chins or Private. Founder of the
Bystom here new. Information
Free. Call or Write Natural Sys
tem. 427 Provident Bldg.
HELP—MALE
MEN wanted to split cordwood, 55c
Mr i ord. Tools furnished. I. A.
tlarrlaon, Dupont.
WANTED—A live solicitor for city
work. Must give references. Ap
_ P'V Mr. Whltaker, Times office.
YOUNG man .lust out of high school
of Komi appearance and address.
Will leeelve an unusual business
opportunity for advancement by
comniiinlenting with Whltaker,
Tlßle* office
BOYS WANTED aftTr school"to" TeTl
Times. Every newsboy has a bank
account, have you? Start selling
tonight, earn your Xmaß money.
Apply Times office:
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FAMILY WASHING
(\r\ n Family washing. Mala 1211
UVL Tacoma Wet Wash.
~STOCKS^
SELL 10 Tmld ship yard. 25 Paclflo
Alaska Navigation Co. J. E. Mc
l'arland, 114 Equitable Bldg.
LOST
LOST—A Hamilton 21-Jewel gold
watch; also a grey raincoat and
Oddfellows' receipt. Good reward
If ret 111 ned to Ed Nelson, care Tn
i-onui Times.
CARL I.IEO, for many years with
Ambrose La Bounty's Barber
Shop, Informs hit) friends and
patrons that ln future he will be
glad to serve them at Bankers
Trust Bids. Barber Shop.
Doings of the Duffs everybody's happy. g y Allman
JUiv ;SALF
MIS<! KLL AN LOUS
FOR SAM-:—Household goods; one,
double bed, sarins;, bedstead, tiiut
treas, 2-burn*r oil siov. aluminum
war*, kitchen queen, ail kinds of
illshi-s ami chairs, movable clothes
closet. Will sell all for Sir,. Mat
tress and aluminum wars alona
cost |21. l-'crn Mill Shin- Shop.
Fern mil. Wash, fall Saturday
or Tuesday.
BEWINf] " MACHINIST cheapest
place In town. »;:;. Tacoma ay.
iv good oil similes. 10 gas ranges
ntol a guml .level, SI. Claire, tin irk
.M.ai rang*, at Tae. aye. Furni
ture Exchange, 813 Tao, aye. -Main
_8317,
RAUK old hooks at Ye Old* Book
Shop, 901 Vi Pacific.
BTOVEB rellned and rebuilt. M. H.
L'lvln, i:i-'7 Broadway. Mats 6844.
Kfi,, WATCHEB cleaned or main
•JV*. springs, $0c guaranteed, 111 l
Paclflo ay.
WANTKD—Hogs, cattle, veil, hides! |
poultry. Will call for same. Par
highest market prlc*. Tacoma
Meat Co. Main 2400; after bus
iness hours Main 8311.
CASH PAID TOR USKD FURNIT
URB AND OTHEH MERCHAN
DISE.
WM. riTK-HENRT
101 BOUTH 12TH BTREKT.
U AIIA I" FAY insures, IN Fidelity
Bldg. Main 1717.
PIANO expert, tuning and repair
ing. T. T. Richmond, 1022 80,
1 -tli. riiim* Main 1424.
pe rSSnal""
OUR sister. Leans Longmire, is very
low; would like Ernest Bchaffert
to come at once.
VOt'NC, man wishes lo make the ac
qualntano* of yoimn lady between
SB** of IS and It; object matri
mony. y-4. Times,
KENT—HOUSES
IS PER MONTH, 4-room house,
graded street; >,_. block of car line,
No. 1210 So. Ailiinis st.
%i —Two tiood 5-r. houses; Tacoma
nv. H.itilson & Co., 20D Bank of
California Hldg.
for RENT Partly furnished 4-r.
house, | lots, fruit trees, chicken
house, barn; I'.usl 2Sth and M.
Phone Madison 1138.
F If II TSJIW 1 1""- * Unfurnished,
_______K,t*_* £"■■ Al"ln 4063
FLATS and houses for rent. Jesse
H. Read, Bit Provident Bldg.
Tin So. Oakes, B-r. and bath . .SIO.OO
5219 So. Pine. 6r 1 700
212 E. 27th, 6-r. and bath $12.00
1211 So. .1. 6 rms. and hath. . . .$lB 00
3332 So. Vakimu. « nils $13 00
II J. SCHWINN & CO., INC,
Tacoma Bldg. Main 14
LONU DISTANCE ~
.Moving—(let Our Prices
McLEAN^ MjVIN 1830.
MAIN I'ucsl and Long
OtJU./ Distance Moving.
Storage Night* and Sundays,
MAIN 1008
("ity Moving & Storage Co
FIREPROOF storage. 115 Tap, ay.
ALTO DELIVERY CO.
TEAM and auto trucks Local and
bin*; distance moving. Main 840 a,
Night aervlc*. ill Commerc*
blue pri^Tmapsl*
surveying
CITY and county surveys, tide-lands,
maps. Nicholson Knar. Co. 506
Fidelity. Main 474.
****+**m+^->*-+-m~m-m-* oto*o4 " m. _m. __*. .^ ____„.__. - _rxj\risxru^
WANTED TO BUY
WANTKD TO BUY — One or two bits
in Improved residence district. 6th
or Pacific ay. preferred. Add.
I'-:'. Times.
WANTKD. a good range with wa
ter coils; must be cheap for cash.
Phone Main 3965 evenings or call
at room 4, Intel-urban Apts., 703tt
Pacific nve. .
WANTS i)— One or two lots, locat
e*d liPtween lath and 6th ay.,
Tacoma ay. and Sprague. Price
must be right for cash. P-4,
Times.
WANTKD—Furniture and atov**. I.
O. Purkey, Main 1832.
WANTED^-Furnltur* of all kinds
Immediately, pay good price*
Lewi* Fur. Co. 1004 Tacoma ay.
Main 1211.
EURNISHED HOUSE
KEEPING ROOMS
IMPERIAL—Fin* hskpg. rms.. |l
mo. up; walking distance. So. 10th
am! Yakima.
THE CLAYTONr 1»14H So. Tacoma
ay.; new management; all outald*
room*-, light, phone, laundry.
THREE nicely furnished hou**k*ep-
Ing room*, private bath, walking
dlstanc*. JIOI 80. Taklma.
BAY VIEW APTtl~Bp*ei*T~rat** to
bachelor*, tltljj Tacoma ay.
FINE hskpg. rms. 22 wk. up. fflttt
Pao. ay. Kuu Claire Apts.
AR\ BTM ENTS
10 ROOM APARTMENT
SUITABLE for 2 or 3 families,
walking distance to business cen
ter, $17.30 a month.
E. F. GREGORY CO.
2nd Floor National Realty BM|.
THE TAOOMA TIMES.
| BUSINESS COLLEGES
elf you are not
prepared for
commercial
work, how can
you hold a
commercial po
sition iv tbe
fm c of what is
happening?
Top Floor
Fidelity Bldg.
city "country"
HOME
6 ACRl's, two-thirds In cultivation,
best shot clsy sell, faces two coun
ty roads, 7-rootn plsstsred bung**
low, bath, full baaemcnl at street
car station. .Must In sold. Run
ning water in houae. Chicken
houses and yards. All wire funced.
JAS. A. MASON'
Mum 2178. UU.'. F*|iiltablo Bldg.
MOUTGAOKD rnOPRTtTY WANT
KD. —10 acres good land near Ta
coma to trade for your equity.
Address Q-3. Times.
I AM SELL ING LOTS
ON THE FLATS
AT about half tho prices others
aak. Oct in now. Prices are low.
A little money goes a long way
on the flats.
GEORGE LAWLEB
fil7 National Really Bldg.
20 Acres, Running Creek,
For Trade
THIS Is close to Tacoma; all good
land: p»rt of It black creek hot
tom land; fine running stream;
close to railroad, street oar line
and paved road; prlee 12.000. Will
trade for home in Tacoma. Might
pay some difference.
Money to Loan. Insurance.
LUCE-WEBB CO.
Main 12411, 1107 A st.
FOR BALB—IO sera* in Puyallup,
well improved, all in cultivation;
4-room house and outbuildinKs.
Will sell cheap to i lose an estate,
.lohn Kerrigan, 10» itth st. N. W.,
Puyallup.
1-ACRE HOME $450
ALL fenced nnd In cultivation, fin*
soil, some fruit trees and berries,
barn, chicken Imilse and well;
near cur ilea mid aohcoli Be fare.
Terms $.",0 down, $10 month. In
cluding interest.
C. V. MASON TO.
Main L'l7ik 805 Equitable Bldg.
6TB ADDITION
2 LOTS on S. V.. cor. of 116 th and
Asotin sts., lust above grade, all
Improvements in and paid for,
high and sightly. Will sell for
$.'i. r,o on aaay terms. Look these up.
It Is a beautiful place to build.
Havelock C. Boyle ft Co
-211 California Bldg. Main 22.
HOME HUNTER;
WAKE UP!
do you kiuiu that Tacoma la on the
eve of one of the greetest booms
any city has ever known? If you
really want a bom* right now is
the time to get busy. We can fur
nish yuu a new house „v two hits,
20 minutes to the center of tbe
city, close to good school, for $3f»o.
$2. ri cash. |10 a month. Vacant
lots In same locality, $3." and up;
$."i cash. J2.50 a month.
E, F. GREGORY CO.
1117 Pacific ay.
S'eond Floor National Realty Rldg.
Vote for the
Army Post aod
MerryChriistmas
JESSE O. THOMAS, JR.
320 Tacoma. Bldg.
A
HAPPY CHRISTMAS
JOYS WORTH HAVING
I AM WISHING
FOR YOUR
CHRISTMAS.
C. F. MASON 00.
Main 2176.
205 Equitable Bldf.
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LEGAL NOTICES.
LOCAL Improvement District No.
116. —Notice Is hereby given that
In pursuance of Ordinance No. 6012
of the City of Tacoma, a roll has
been placed In my hands for collec
tion of the 2nd annual Installment
of the assessment levied for laying
cement eonerete sidewalks five (5)
feet In width on Wilkeson Street
from South 25th Street to South
80th Street, end curbs and gutters
of plank on said Wilkeson Slreei
from South 25th Street to Center
Street.
Said Installment may be paid on
or before January 25th, 1917, but
If not paid on or before said date
added Interest, penalty and costn
will attach.
JAMES C. DRAKR,
City Treasurer.
Per. 21, .Ten. 1. S, 1917.
LOCAL Improvement District Me.
934. —Notice Is hereby given tbat
In pursuance of Ordinance No. 601::
■ i—
GOOD TIMES
TO REMAIN
AFTER WAR
MIW YORK, Dec. 2G. —All talk
of a peace panic seems to be un-
warranted und
unintelligent. If
paaca comes it
will bring a.
sounder prosper
ity than that
which has been
created by war."
This is the de
liberate opinion
of Theodore 11.
i'riee, editor of
Commerce and
Finance and one
of the highest
men In Wnll-st.
in the dark!
days which sur
er-, -lied the com-1
mencement vfi
Tkfn H PaiCtv the big war in
l!i I I. Price was one of the first
to predict that a big boom would
ensue us a. result of expenditure
which the conflict would entail.
"The money which the war has
provided us will permit of the re
financing of our railways and
other industrial and distributive
lenterptises upon a scale that will
'be adequate to our present devel
opment and the amount of money
thus put in circulation will far ex
ceed any profit that we may reap
from a continuance of the war,"
Hays he.
"The result will inevitably be
I great End sound prosperity for
every business that ministers to
the needs ot a peaceful and intelli
gent people."
"XeOAL NOTICES
——i
ef the city of Tacoma. v roll ims
been ptaoad tn my hands tor th*
collection of tha 2nd annual install
ment of the assessment levied for
laying cement concrete sidewalks
fit c i". i feet in width, on the \\ .si
aide of I'tilon Avenue from Sixth
Avn'iie to North |i|h Street.
s.ii'l Installment may be paid on
or before January Ilth, IMI7. but
If not paid on befor* saM date,
aililiil Interest, penal) y and roil a
will attach.
JAM EH i. lIKAK i:.
t'iiy Treasurer.
Dec. •::>. Jaa, i. I, hut.
LOCAL Improvement District No. I
HI. Notice is hereby given thai
in purauaooa of Ordinance No. SOU
'of Hip I'ily of Tae, mill, a roll i
been placed in my hands for the pi I.
lection of the tlinl annual Install-'
nient of the assessment levied for
grading to the established grade,
Division Lane from "D" Btrset to I
"E" street with n roadway twenty
ißv* (II) feet in width niui ii
walk nnd parkliiK span- on each i
aid* thereof twelve .mil five-tenth*
(lt.t) feet ln width, constructing
curbs and gutters of plank, and
laving down on said Rtricwnlk spaces
cement concrete sidewalks U\e (5)
f«ct lii width.
Said Installment may be paid on
or before January Itth, miT, but
If not paid on or befor* said date,
added interest, penalty and rods will
attach,
JA.Mi:s C. DRAKE,
city Treasurer,
Dee. L'fi. Jan. 1. S, lIH7.
a* ii ** -'i • —■ ——■---■[
U. S. ARMY CATERPILLAR TRAIN IN ACTION ON TEXAS DESERT!
Ihis ,iicnir,.. cvilusne to lit. - „„„, >ihi la, I •***, is Hie lirst sh.i„i„^ ,|„. r *tcra4l|a* t.a«--
ItlOß engine and caterpillar lliiih train in service over Hie (Cl-mile ilesen siteti-b liemeen M-.rl, on
th* Houtlk-iii Pacili, railroad, anil Presidio, border loun on Hie liio Claude. The tractor similar to
those from which the fanion. British "tanl-s" are c instructed. devetoß* Tr. wpowrr and pulls tour
tracks luted with caterpUlar wheHs. Karlt truck ha* a ran-.vlng rmparlti of c, tons Tli* train de
leiops aaaaa at __\*., Btttfa aa boar.
YOUNG2ST RAILROAD DIPECTCR IN U. S.
GIVES OUT A TRANSPORTATION TTJ".'ERVIEW
t ********** Ln! i-i |ii l-i- \ ■.-.mint inn i
AURORA, 111. l»- b, IS, -"Elec
trtclt) is to ho tin- railway motive
power of the fitiinv that's wind
my Kiandinther timl other railroad
men say. 1 urn gol&f to study
electricity in college. | win spe
cial!** in it.
Henry Herbert Kvans jusi
turned 1(5, football star und Amer
ica's youn(.-.est railroad director,
taking his seat on the hoard of di
rectors of the Fox & Illinois Union
railroad as he ipokß,
In his thrid year of lilrli school
lie enters the railroad name as a
full-fledged director, hut lie is
slafed, they say, to fill the presi
dent's office, now held by his
grandfather, Col. 11. 11. Kvans, pio
neer railroad builder of the mid
dle west.
"Cur sliortHjre." said Hie
rallriiMil director vili-innlv.
"is uliui our mud is ii|i
Hgnhisl. Wa have irciitlit to
haul; the eleiatois i,n nur
line are .jaiiiineil with grain.
Koine tlays «c ns\_ tor ten e\
ti'n ears and we net Iwii—and
we have to wait lor th<> two.
it' Tin: Bin itoxiis won.ii
ki:i:p THEIR cars mov
im;. WK'tl HRAH No miiiii:
OP this si(oi;i'\(.i; hk
CAKS!"
Tilt' road or whicii Kvaus, atv l
fording to Aurora gossip, will he
president, raaa across L. tniles ol
the richest farming country in the
I'nited Rtataa,
Not so niui h of a road you will
ay; but wail until the \oung
iiiarlerback of Aurora high
,AUE SBVEN;
' < 1100 l eleven' Ui kles the proh
h'i i " ihurban railroading; then
wait h lur the old I. A; I. IT, road'a
touchdo* n.
LFGAL NOTJCES
LOCAL IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT
No. :e-l Notice i> herebj give*
flint in i.'irt iiiiiii c iv Ordinance No.
'■ 117 "I lb* 1 'It) of Tai ulna, a roll
has been |.Inceil in mi hands for the
1 "llet the In annual Install
lueui ni h,,- assessment levied for
laying ien .-til coin rete sidewalk*
five isi feet in » liltm no "X" Street
front :i point ISO feel Nort h ol •'• I -
ler S I tn a point I |:i IVot South
of C' liter St I
■ inn, ni may in- paid on
or 1" in- .lanuar) 17th, 1117, but
If not pi i.l on or before Bald date,
addetl Interest, pen.illy nnd costs
will attach,
.1 \Mi:s r DRAR I-:.
iii . Treasurer.
P. ' 18-2S-10, 1116.
%
LOCAL Improvemenl District No..
.".017. Not I.' Is Inn hy gli en that
in pin mi un •■ nf i inline nee No. 10*1
of 11..- en y uf Tin imi ni has
been i I in my haiuU for Ihe col
li i i urn .. the I'inl ,i n i.ii Install
ii.eni ni iiie ,iv,,„ ; ,|. M t i . led for
const iin i ink mi eiuln iH i inch
«iin water main mi North -Ist
Street urn ihe h ii. i Ih-1 wan -n Pa
get Sound Avenue and I'nion Ave
uif lo r tor Stn ■ i n Pi ,„-.
tor Si:. . i , i nui Km m :1„| Street to
N'.u ii . ' Street
> i Inch wooili n wati i in.,ln
on N'ni Hi 112 nd Htri . I fi nni Pol lur
-I! •' I 111 W'USl.ilmli, : Stn el j 011
\'orth ",ili Street from Madias*
sHreel in Washington Street; on
Madison Street from North lltE
sii i. i to North L'iiii, Street; .in
North -HHi stte.t f i .M.idison
Mr I lo lluson St i.n llnson
H i 111 ni North :ni Ii .-'i;. e| to
North 'Till siiret. on North :7th
Streej I un llnson 5.i..1 to Mason
Aveif.ic; and en Stevens Si reel from
Nortl Ith Sti c. i to North H7th
Street together wii'i the necessary
c.ii- s. tees rrosses, hydrants, ■ se
rial*, eti
s ni Installment may be paid oa
" ' J.-uiuar.i I . in, in . imi v;
not puhl mi or before aald date,
nilded Interest, penalty and costs
i attach.
I \MES C, DRAKR,
City Treasurer.
In--. lii-L'.;-:;u. i-m;
NOTICE is hereby given that on the
•''i' da> -.I .l.iiiuiii \. |»17. in the
County of Pierce, State nf Washing
ton, an election n ill ln> held for the
P"'l I submitting to Ihe electors
"I said County the following propo
sition-
Shall Pierce County Incur Indebt
edness ii,,) exceeding two million
dollars, for the purpose of acquiring
approximate!) seventy thousand
acre* ul hiu.l in Pierce County and
conveying the mho, to Ihe Cnlted
Mules said luiiil to he used by tli*
government for niol.llisatlon. train-
I" ' anil supply station, said indebt
edness In he evidenced hy ii"i:iitlable
"Is nf I'lerce County, payable la
"''l more than twenty year*, with
Interest not exceeding five per
' 'niiiin per Minium. p.-i.iahlo annually.
Snbl election will he opened at
eight o'clock In the morning and will
continue until eight o'clock In th*
afternoon of the sutue day, except
that In pi'-clnets oulslde of inear
-1 towns and cities said elec
tion will he opened at nine o'clock
In tbe morning and will continue
until seven o'clock In the afternoon
of the sum,, daw
IN" WITNESS WHEREOF. I have
hereunto set my hand and seal thla
IMb day of December, ills "
TMOS. N MORRIS.
IM-.ALI c,,i,nty Auditor.
By A. Campbell, Deputy.
C\ '. amtj■ Jl * 1 111 a^n
Steamers Tacoma and
Indianapolis for Seattl.
L*av* Hun clpai Doe*. Taee
■J. 7-l», •00 ":M •> *•> »••*
I ill, I 00. 7:00. 1:01 p. a*.
I-eav. Colm*n Dock. Saattle,
100 1:00, 11:01 «. am.; 1.00.1:0*.
I 30. 7:00. 0:11 p. ay
Fastest and Finest Bt***B*r*
ll«h« *)•„■* TH*a IMH*.
s. a JOXStS. A****.
Office* Municipal D*a at |«*|

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