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freight and Passenger AKent,^^^^
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Dist. Passenger Agent,
Vancouver, R. C.
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Regular, Reliable and Safe
Elegant Passenger Accommodations
Runs Between Seattle and Wnatom
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San Juan Islands
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it..6:30 |i in. At. .7:45 p. m.
J. R. THOMPSON Man?. Owner.
THE U. S. MAIL
Steamer Buckeye
Running Between Friday Harbor,
Anacortes and Whatcom.
This elegant steamer runs through
the Archipelago De Haro, Daily, Leav
»'ig Whatcom at 6 a. 111. on Monday,
Wednesday and Friday, calling at Cot
tonwood, Olga, Nevvhall, East Souud,
Ureas, West .Sound, and arrives at Fri
*ay Harbor at 12:45 p. m. Leaves Fri
day Harbor with the mail at 1 p. m.
for Anacortes, stopping at Pt. Stanley,
["hatcher, Decatur, Nedro and Guemes
«na arrives at Anacortes at 6:20 p. in.
Mam Anacortes at 7 a. m. on Tues
day, Thursday and Saturday, for the
above named points arriving at Friday
Harbor at 12:20 p. m. Leaves Friday
Harbor Ip. m . and arrives at What
-10111 at i p. in.
For Freight and Passenger rates, ap
ply on board. -
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LOCAL AND PERSONAL
W. Andrew, of Lopez, was in' town
Tuesday.
llßobert Scurr was down from Roche
Harbor, Wednesday.
J. H. Bowman made Olga a two
days' visit during the past week.
James Meeker and William Sweeney
are enjoying an outing on Orcas island.
Miss Stevens, of Seattle, is visiting
with the family of Mr. and Mrs. J. A.
Qould.
Miss Pearl Simpson returned Friday
after a three weeks' vacation at Point
Lawrence.
Alex Chalmers, of Doe Bay, is visit
ing his son. Bert, for a few days at
West Bound.
Mrs. Arthur Lord went to (Seattle
for a short visit last Tuesday on the
Lydia Thompson.
Andrew Granger, of Blakely island,
was at the Harbor during the week on
business matters.
Hans Lee, the popular prune grower
of Shaw island, is putting up a new
fruit dryer on his place at Oriswold.
Bend to Sutcllffe & Hill, Whatoom,
for samples of Wall Paper and Paints.
They willbesent you free of charge.*
Bey. W. A. Mackey, pastor of the
First Presbyterian church of What
eoiu, was in the Harbor a short time
Monday.
Apple boxes, made of clear lumber,
smoothly dressed, $6.00 per 100. What
com Falls Mill Co., New Whatcom,
Wash. *«t.
Mrs. W. P. Holt aud children are
down from Seattle for a mouths' visit
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fran
cis King.
A large crowd of northern Indians
were iv town during the week, peddling
baskets and other articles of Indian
manufacture.
Nelson & Robinson, of Whatcoiu,
jewelers and opticians, will be in Friday
Harbor about the middle of August.
Watch our ad. *
Increase the value of your apple crop
by packing in boxes such as sold by
Whatcom Falls Mill Co., New What
com, Wash., at |6.00 per 100. *6t.
L. B. Carter returned from Seattle
the first of the week. Mr. Carter re
ports times somewhat more quiet than
usual at the metropolis.
Nels Jordal, accompanied by his wife
and little son, was over from Lopez
island Tuesday. Mr. Jordal was look
ing after business matters.
Father Fay will hold services in the
Valley Catholic church on Sunday,
August 28, at 10:30 a. in. All are cor
dially invited to be present.
Fred Gould, brother of our towns
man J. A. Gould, is ju«t down from
Dhwsou City and is visiting for a few
days with the family of his brother.
A very pleasant time was enjoyed by
all present, at the social given under
the auspices of the M. E. church, at
the 1. O. O. F. hall, Tuesday evening.
Mrs. G. N. Culrer, who has been
visiting friend* in Whatcom for the
past three weeks, returned to her home
at Point Lawrence, on the Buckeye,
Monday.
Mrs. Ethan Allen, wife of County
Superintendent Allen, went to Wiiat
com on the Buckeye, Tuesday, to
make her sister and family a two or
three weeks visit.
Two lots in South Tacoma to trade
for Fairhaveu or New Whatcom prop
erty. These lots are in Cascade Park
addition, finely situated and on corner.
For further particulars enquire at this
office. *
Martin & Jensen have a fine line of
dry goods aud hose, and a complete
line of meus', boys', ladies' and chil
drens' shoes at prices that will astonish
you. Call and examine goods aud get
prices aud be convinced.
C. E. Nordyke, of Indianapolis, Ind.,
of late of Blakely island, this county
was a county seat visitor early in the
week. Mr. Nordyke says that Blakely,
in common with the rest of the county,
is quiet and somewhat dry aud warm
just now.
A song service, conducted by the
choir of the Presbyterian church, will
be held at that church Sunday evening
at the usual hour. A collection will
be taken for the purpose of buying
new song books. All are cordially
invited to be present.
An ice cream social will be given in
the Presbyterian church, Tuesday
evening, August 30. An appropriate
program will be rendered. Admission
15 cents, which will also cover a di«h
of ice cream. The proceeds to be used
for the purchase of song books for
church use.
The publishers of "The Country
Gentleman," generally recognized-as
the leading agricultural paper of the
country, offer to send it on trial until
January 1, 1899, for 80 cents. It is
published weekly and there is seldom
an issue that does not contain sugges
tions and information worth more than
the cost of a year's subscription to a
practical and progressive termer and
his family.
An enthusiastic. meeting of the
Northwestern combination was held
in the« parlors of the Monte i Christo
hotel in Everett on Thursday evening,
August 18. Clallam, Jefferson, Wha^
com, Skagit, Snohomish, Island and
San Juan counties having delegates
present. San Juan county was i»pre-
Sented at this meeting by Hon. J. 8.
McMillin, M. R. Nof^er; John Kelly,
Wm. Shultz and E. H. Nash. Many
matters, oflpart^lnter^wwicwi-:
sidered, and harmony, good feeling
and enthusiasm prevailed throughou
the deliberations iof the meeting. All
! present ! expressed themselves as con
fident of Republican success at the fall
election. " • :, , ~~~v,'
That school house local P^hedin
columns of Thb Islands las t week
seems to have caused a considerable
noise in some quarters. Now the_ fact
is the whole idea conveyed bythe local
was conditional, ju»d]to^Jf^JW*!
if the school house is out ojT nlumb or
racked or if there is any truth cer
tain statements that £ye *e«u OTrrent
in the community for the last year
and a half or twoyeaw* *£**££.
time that the b^Wingahould^ prop
erly repaired and br*«d. »ndou'id«;
wm, STbuilding bavin* stood at an
exDosed point where the
S3toU haSd, and in Wew^t he ftwj
ai gd^hu^^^sr--
not in good condition, then that it
should be properly put so. The
Islander has caused an examination
to be made of the school house build
ing, and finds it standing solid on its
foundation, substantially plumb, and It
does not show any indications of being
racked. We have the opinion of as
competent a builder and carpenter as
there is in the community on this sub
ject, and we are willing to accept his
statement on this point. The local
was not written with the idea of injur
ing any one, but was simply intended
to call the attention of the public to a
public matter, and if we have been in
strumental in throwing any light on
the subject we have simply done our
duty.
Two ; Millions m, Year.
When i people buy, try, and buy again.it
means they're satisfied. The people of the
United States are now buying Caacaretn
Candy Cathartic at the rate of two million
box^s^a year an,d it will be three million be
fore New Year's. It means merit proved,
that Cascarets are the moat delightful bowel
regulator for everybody the year round. All
druggists 10c, 25c, 50c a box, cure guaranteed.
LETTER FROM DAWSON.
By permission of C. N. S. Tucker, of
Argyle, we publish the following ex
tracts from a very Interesting Tetter
written by ex-Treasurer C. M. Tucker
at Dawson City. We believe the news
therein contained will be of interest to
our readers.
„ J wi ON; CITY 'N-w-T July7 lß9B.
C. N. S. Tucker, Esq., Argyle Wash.
Dear Brother:—l have not heard from
you since I left Skagway. We arrived
here on the 3rd inst. without accident of
any kind and have seen the "Elephant."
This isa great town. There is but one
principal street and it has ditches and
hollows running through it. Over a few
are . thrown three poles planked with
slabs laid on hit or miss—mostly miss.
Wagons go down to the hubs in places in
mud. The more substantial buildings
are of logs, caulked with moss and ! cov
ered with earth and moss. Others are of
lumber, and others of canvass or muslin
over a frame. Dawson is built on a swamp
an Lousetown, or Klondike City, as it is
now called, is on. a swamp and Indian
cemetery. ; ;
I have met most of the San Juan boys
here, Harrison, Turnbarge, Pazsons,
John Delaney, Jim Morvyn, Donohue,
Parks and others. Also Libbie Brad
shaw. Most of those who came last fall
have claims, but of unknown value, as
not one in a . thousand are prospected.
Prof. Lippe is said to to 5 have cleaned up
$800,000. Probably two ciphers may be
superfluous. One cannot believe any
thing he : hears here. All the country
around here is staked for fifty miles. A
country around ■ Dominion Creek is va
cant, no , claim staked since November
being recognized, but a special permit to
prospect it and show that it is good before
the claim will be recorded. Then there
is a ring wihich is said to have such in
fluence that, if a good showing jis made,
the claim is reserved for the crown, or
refused to be recorded altogether. Those
on the inside come in and record and get
the: claim. We are thinking :of going
down the river to American territory—
Forty Mile Creek, h
■ I forgot to mention Fred Knight and Dr.
Kelly as being • here. Mrs. K. wants to
go out of the country and probably will.
Joe Wood is also here. f- .'
We had a very ■ pleasant trip down,
"shooting the White Horse" and all other
rapids, without unloading or taking; a
pilot and got; nothing wet. Many were
wrecked and lost their outfits. ,
CL M. Tucker.
* A Sore Thins tor Too.
:■ A transaction in which youcannot lose Is
sure ibiog. Biliousness, sick headache, fur
red tougue, fever, plies and a thousand oilier
ills are caused by constipation aud sluggish
liver. Ca icarets Candy Cathartic, the won
derful new liver stimulant and intestinal
tonic ara by all druggists guaranteed to cure
or money refunded. C. C. C. are a sure
thing. Try a box to-day; 10c., 25c., fiOa
Sample and booklet free. Bee our big ad.
Caucus.
There will be held a Republican
caucus of the Republicans of i Friday
Harbor at the office of the county clerk
on Saturday, September 3,-1898, for the
purpose of electing six delegates to
attend the county convention to:lje
held September 7, 1898. Polls will be
open from 5 p. m. to 7 p. m.
J. A. Gould, Com mi t tee man.
ROCHE HARBOR NEWS BRIEFS.
Miss Flora Guard closes a five
months'term of school in the English
Camp district this week.
Mr. McAllaster is steadily improv
ing and hopes to be able to go to Seat
tle next week, where two of his broth
ers reside.
Dr. Capron makes quite frequent
trips to various parts of the suburbs
with his shot gun, and the quail
quaileth.
Dr. Capron has bought from Gus
Gunnerson the fine, dark bay colt
which Gus bought last year from
James King.
A number of lively young people
from Friday Harbor, evenly divided
between sexes, it was noted, were in
town Friday.
; Mrs. Benjamin Hayden and-her two
youngest t sons, Joe and ',' Frank, , are
spending a week at East \ Sound as the
guesta-of Mrs. Eb Harrison. _; ;,
if; Roche Harbor Republicans are proud
of the fact that this is the banner Re
publican precinct in ;; the % county and
that it will have the largests represen
tation in the coming convention. •
"Times" are reported to be very
quiet in Victoria. An old resident of
Oak Bay, who was here a few days ago,
says that "hundreds of men are walk
ing the streets without a thing to do."
I It is expected that the annexation of
Hawaii i will result In a considerable
increase in the demand for Roche Har
bor I Lime and that large t quantities
will |be i shipped via the Seattle \ and
Honolulu steamship line.
h Morris Phipps went to : Whatcom
Friday night an to La Conner Satur
day, leaving there the early part of
this week for Charlotte, Make, to
visit his parents f and I old i friends, lie
expects to return in about six weeks.
Thomas Canon, one of the company's
oldest employes ?. here, i? left for New
York City Thursday to have his eye
treated by specialists in one of the
hospitals. He lost one eye in New
York years ago « and the sight of the
one Thai been gradually failing
for a long time. .
Supt. Shultz, of the Lime Co., re
turned Monday morning from an up-
Sound trip, durin* which he »ttended
what he report* to have been a very
enthusiastic and harmonious meeting
of Che Northwest >R«Publ^u#A«oc^
tion at Everett. Mr. JfcMIUIn
also present at the meeting for little
while. , . Rochs.
■»«rrbo«T M —»
rtuotreteCaadr Cathartic, the most***
NEW GAME LAW.
T*ken from the 1897 Session Lawe--Ot
Special Interest.
The following sections of the game
law taken from the 1897 Session Laws
will be of special interest to our local
sportsmen and we advise them to read
them over carefully and to preserve
this paper for future reference:
Section 2. Every person who shall,
within the state of Washington, at any
time between the first day of Decem
ber of any year and first day of Septem
ber of the following year, hunt, pursue,
take kill, injure or destroy any deer,
shall be guilty of a misdemeanor, and
upon conviction thereof shall be pun
ished as hereinafter provided. Every
person who shall hunt, pursue, take,
kill, injure or destroy any deer between
one hour after sunset and one-half hour
before sunrise of any day of the year,
shall be guilty of a misdemeanor.
Sec. 3. Every person who shall at
any time hunt, pursue, take, kill, in
jure or destroy any moose, elk, caribou,
antelope, mountain sheep or goat, or
deer, with dogs, or who shall knowing •
ly allow dogs to chase or destroy said
animals, shall be guilty of a misde
meanor.
Sec. 4. Every person who shall dur
ing the season when it is lawful to kill
same, kill more than four deer, or more
than two elk, moose, antelope, caribou,
mountain sheep or goat, or who shall
kill any spotted fawn, shall be guilty
of a misdemeanor.
Sec. 5. Every person who shall fire
hunt for deer, moose, elk, antelope,
! caribou, moutain sheep or goat, or trap,
ensnare or set up any traps, * swivel,
pivot or spring guns, pitfalls, or other
devices for the purpose of trapping, en
snaring « or ? killing said animals, shall
be guilty of a misdemeanor.
Bkc. 7. : Every person who shall
hunt, pursue, take, kill,- injure or de
stroy any grouse, partridge, prairie
chicken, sage hen, native pheasant or
ptarmigan, between the first day of
December of any year and the fifteenth
day of August of the following year,
shall be guilty of a misdemeanor,
s Sec. 8. Every person who shall
hunt, take, kill, injure or destroy any
swan, sand hill crane, mallard duck,
canvas back duck, widgeon, teal, wood
duck, spoon bill, gray or black duck,
sprig tail, or ■ other game • duck, rail,
plover, or other game water fowl, be
tween the first day of January and the
fifteenth day of August of any year,
shall be guilty of a misdemeanor.
Sec. 9. Every person who shall at
any time, trap, net or ensnare, or
attempt to trap, net or ensnare, any
quail or Bob White, prairie chicken,
grouse, pheasant, partridge, sage hen,
ptarmigan or wild pigeon, or have in
us possession any live quail or Bob
White, prairie chicken, grouse, pheas
ant, wild pigeon, partridge, sage hen
or ptarmigan, except for the purpose of
propagation, shall be guilty of a misde
meanor.
{;■■ Sec. 10. Every person who shall use
any sunk box or sunk boat or sneak
boat for the purpose of shooting wild
ducks, or other water fowl, or who
shall use any battery, swivel or pivot
gun, or any gun ! other than one to be
held in the hands and fired from the
shoulder, at any time, for the purpose
of shooting wild ducks, geese, or other
water fowl; or who shall build any
structure for the purpose of shooting
therefrom wild ducks or other water
fowl; or who shall at any time between
one hour after sunset and one-half hour
before sunrise fire off any gun or build
any fire or flash any light, or burn any
powder or any other inflammable sub
stance upon the shores of any feeding
grounds frequented by wild ducks or
other water fowl, with intent thereby
to shoot, kill, injure, destroy or disturb
any of such water fowl, shall be guilty
of a midemeanor. ,
Sec. 12. Any person who shall at
any time between the first day of No
vember of any year and the first day
of October of the following
year, offer for sale or for market, or
sell, barter or exchange any moose, elk,
caribou, antelope, mountain sheep or
goat, deer or other wild game animal,
or any wild duck or other game water
fowl, or any gouse or other game bird,
shall be guilty of a misdemeanor: Pro
vided, That 110 person shall on any one
day kill, have for sale or offer for sale,
barter or exchange more than two of
the game animals or ten of the game
birds in this act mentioned. ' I -
Sec. 15. Every person who shall
hunt, pursue, take, kill, trap, ensnare,
injure or destroy any imported or Ori
ental pheasant, golden, silver, ring
necked, copper, bronze, Chinese or
Mongolian pheasant, or r: California,
valley or mountain quail or Bob White
quail at any time after the passage of
this act and before the fifteenth day of
October," in the year one thousand . and
nine hundred, shall be guilty of a mis
demeanor: Provided, That thereafter
and after the fifteenth day of October,
A. D. 1900, the hunting and killing of
all varieties of imported or Oriental
pheasants, valley mountain, California
or Bob White quail shall be governed
by the law here enacted for the hunt
ing and killing of native pheasants and
grouse: Provided further, That it shall
be lawful to hunt and kill California,
valley, mountain and Bob White quail
in r any of \ the counties of this 1 state
lying westward of the; eastern \ bound
ary of the counties |of Whatcom, Sno
homish, Skagit, King, - Pierce, 1 Lewis
and 1 Skamania between the fifteenth
day of October and the first day of De
cember of any year, v ; '. -/' r
: Sec. 18. ; Every person convicted of
any of the misdemeanors defined in the
foregoing sections of | this act, shall be
punished by a fine of not less than $10
nor more than $100, together with the
cost of the prosecution in such action,
and in default of the payment of said
fine, shall be imprisoned 1 in the county
Jail one day for each $2 of such fine;
and upon the trial of any person,' agent
or employe of \ a company or corpora*
tion,' proof of the possession of the wild
animals, or^birds, when it is unlawful to
take, kill or have same, shall be prima
facie evidence that the said wild game
animal or spine bird,'was unlawfully
taken or killed by the person having
possession of same.: f ■ '"
<■ / Sec. 23. i The v provision *of this act
shall not apply to | persons engaged ;in
prospecting for mines oi precious: min
erals upon the public domain to the
extent of i the 1 personal need only of
such prospector. ... ~~ .„ , „
Bdacate Tour Bowels With Ounnti. :
" Candy Cathartic, cure constipation ' forever.
Me If C. C. C. tail, druggists refund money.
THE FAIR AT WHATCOM.
Orcas, Wash., Aug. 16, 1898.:
Editor Islander '— * Dear Sir: *$1% at
tended a meeting of the board of directors
of the ! Northwest | Fair Association, held
at the New Whatcom city hall, 1 Saturday
the 13th inst. The executive committee
report all plans and contracts progressing
for the holding of the 3d annual fair, at
the old ! fair building |in Whatcom, Sept.
27 28, 29 and 30. Posters and premium
lists are in the hands of ? the | printers and
will be issued as soon as possible. An
invitation is | hereby extended to all the
people of San Joan county to make a vig
orous effort to make a full f display of s the
many products for which our island home
county is getting a good reputation. Witt
a combination, for fair purposes, of the
counties Of Island, Skagit, San Juan and
Whatcom there is not the slightest reason
why we cannot have a rousing fair this
fall. The money for premiums offered is
already in bank at Whatcom. The di
rectors hope by careful management to
place a surplus this season for the erec
tion of buildings and the laying out of a
race track, etc.. on land that will be do
nated, near Whatcom, for the purpose.
If the people will second our efforts gy a
liberal attendance, The Northwest Fair
can be placed on a permanent basis from
now on. Your truly,
Gkorok Gibbs,
Director and Vice-President for San Juan
County.
WEST SOUND NKWS KOTSS.
Thunder showers last week.
A hop at Orcas tomorrow night.
Another gold discovery at Barker
ville.
Mr. Harris, of Orcas, gave us a call
last Sunday.
Capt. Basfeard is now on the steamer
Lady of the Lake.
Do you suppose there will be county
offices enough to go around?
Mr. Van Bogart has bought another
horse. He will drive tandem on his
gig.-:, . . ' . "■
The Strategic Board of East Sound
has not decided yet to anex the Philip*
pines.
Messrs. Peter LaPlant and Joe Ver
rier went to Vancouver island last Sat*
urday.
Mr. Bert Buxton is the owner of 300
sheep. He bought them of parties on
Blakely island.
The "King" cheese is getting a good
reputation in this county. It is made
by Mrs. King, of Orcas.
Mr. Fiitz Achorn has finished the
mason work on the large evaporator
being built on his fruit farm.
Mr. Langele, of East Sound, states
that the drier on his place will be ready
for operation in about five days.
The Orcas Entertainers will meet
September 3. Something good from
the dramatic society is expected.
Mr. Kelley, of Friday Harbor, was
in our vicinity recently for the purpose
of ascertaining how many friends he
hud to turn his political grindstone
here.
The war with Spam is over. Now
the right thing to do is to subscribe for
your county paper and pay for it. Beat
the Populists, silver Republicans and
Democrats out of the state, then we
can sleep and dream of that good time
coming, of which we have commenced
to taste, but want more. Give us lots
of it. It is good.
Beauty Is Blood Deep.
Clean blood means a clean skin. No
beauty without it. Cascarets, Candy Cathar
tic clean your blood and keep it clean, by
stirring up the lazy liver and driving all im
purities from the body. Begin to-day to
banish pimples, boils, blotches, blackheads,
and that sickly bilious complexion by takinp
Cascarets, —beauty for ten cents. All drug
gists, satisfaction guaranteed, 10c, 25c, 50c.
General Greely's 378 Days of Death.
The true story of those 278 days of
suffering by Greely's heroic little band
of explorers in the Arctic region has
been told by General Greely himself,
for the first time, for the October Ladies'
Home 'J Journal. For years - General
Greely has kept an unbroken silence
about his fearful experience and that of
his companions, as tney dropped dead
one by one at his side, and it was only
after the greatest : persuasion that the
famous explorer was induced to write
the story.
• - To Core Constipation Forever.
Take CaseareU Candy Cathartic. ■ 100 or 26a
If C. C. C. fall to cure, druggists refund money.
SUMMONS FOB PUBLICATION.
In the Superior Court of the State of
Washington, for San Juan County.
The Oregon Mortgage Company, Limited,
a corporation, Plaintiff, •
. 7 vs. . v- ; ■ ...
Patriot Welsh and Jane Doe Welsh, De
;- .. fendants. ■■■• '-.-. ■'■ ::?'■-■ .-: ■ '..'-'■ ■■ ■ - '
The State of Washington, to the said Pat
trict Welsh and Jane Doe Welsh, his
wife, defendants above named:—
You and each iof you are hereby sum
moned to appear within sixty [GO] days
after the date .of the first publications of
this summons, to-wit: -within sixty [60]
days after the 1 25th " day of August, 1898,
-and I defend the above-entitled action in
the above-entitled court, and answer the
complaint of the plaintiff,, and serve a
copy ' of: your * answer i upon the • under
signed attorneys for plaintiff at their
office below - stated; and in case of your
failure so to do, judgment will . be ren
dered against; you according to the de
mand of the : complaint, which has been
filed with the clerk of said court.
- The object of the above-entitled action
is to obtain judgment against the defend
ant, Patriot Welsh, for, the sum of six
hundred ' [9600] j dollars and interest at 9
per cent per annum upon the note given
by him to the * plaintiff, and : the further
sum of $110, part as taxes against the
lands herein mentioned ,; and for the costs
of this action, including an attorney's fee
of seventy-five [975] dollars; also praying
for a decree j establishing and foreclosing
a certain mortgage given to secure the
payment of the above < indebtedness, and
recorded in the mortgage records of the
auditor's office of San Juan county, state
of Washington, in volume 4, on page 367
thereof, and describing j and covering the
following lands, situated in said county,
to-wit: r: ;"/ •:~ i\-v1. ':■■: iv-*,-- >-7,v ■ ■ / ■
The Southwest quarter of the Northeast
quarter and the South \ half of the i North
west ■ quarter •of Section No. : one' [1] iin
township; No. thirty - five S [36] - North,
Range No. four [4] West, W. M.
■v Also praying that in said decree the in
terest of each of the ' defendants 7in and to
said property be declared junior, inferior
and BUDorinate %to plaintiffs 'i interest
therein, and that \ the - equity of redemp
tion of each of the ■ defendants be forever
barred and foreclosed, and for general
equitable relief. *" ; . -
HASTINGS A STEDMAN,
' -; Plaintiffs Attorneys.
P. O. Address:—64 Haller Building, Seat
tle, King County, Wash. ,
LAND SCRIPT.
We have several thousand acres that
will locate either Surveyed or Un
subveyed : land sin ; any State or Terri
tory of the United States. No Resi
dence Required ' and tU. S. Patent
issues direct to locator. . Price |5.00 per
acre. Address, , - -'
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