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ENOS--- W ILCOX.
The Judgment of the Spokane
Court Affirmed.
A Statement of Facts Settled and
Certified Out of Tune Upon a
Notice Unauthorized
, , , By the Lawn
[Notice—All decisions of the supreme
court will appear in THE DAILY AND
WEEKLY TRIBUNE] _
John Enos, respondent, vs. Turner J. Wil
cox and Mary J. Wilcox, appellants:
The respondent moves thecourt to strike
the statement of facts filed herein from the
record, and to affirm the judgment of the
court below, because: First, said state
ment of facts was settled and signed out of
time, upon a notice given out of time, and
i without authority of law; and, second, be—
cause said statement is not certified as a
statement of facts by any officer authori
. zed to certify the same. The judgment ap
pealed from was rendered on January 8,
1891, and the notice of appeal was given on
July 7, 1891, and was therefore in time; but
the notice upon which this statement was
settled was not given until July 6, 1891, and
the statement itself was not settled, or
brought before the judge for settlement.
until after the latter date. As our statute
requires the notice for the settling of a
statement of facts to be given to the oppo
' site party, or his attorney, within thirty
days after the decision, order, or judgment
to be appealed from wasnnade or rendered,
and that said notice shall specify a date,
not less than ten, nor more than thirty
(lays from the day of service of the motion,
at which up iication Will be made to the .
court, or jurfge, to settle the statement, it 3
follows that this statementof facts was set— 1
tied and certified out of time, upon :1. notice
unauthorized by law, and must, therefore,
be treated as a mere nullity irrespective of
the other objection to its validity urged by
counsel for respondent. See laws of Wash
ington, 1891, sec. 21, p. 374.. ,
Respondent’s second objection to the
statement is equally as fatal as the first.
The certificate attached thereto is signed
' “J. M. Kinnaird, ex«judgeLSuperior Court.”
In Faulconer V. Warner, 27 Pac. R. 274,
this court held that one who has ceased to
- hold the office ofjudge, is unauthorized by
law to certify a statement of facts. The
statement of facts in this case is therefore
without authenticity and wholly invalid
for this reason also- But thelearned coun»
sel for appellants challenges the authority
of this court to strike the statement of
facts from the record, even if it be invalid,
but, at the same time, he concedes that the
court may disregard the statement if it is
not properly authenticated. This conces~
sion. it would seem, reduces the objection
to one of nomenclature merely. To strike
out a part ofa record is simply to refuse to
consider that gart in the determination of
the matter un er consideration, or, in other
words, to disregard It. And to disregard a
portion of the record is, in effect. to strike
it out. That the name by which the pro—
ceedings may be known, is of no cousev
queuce is certainly evident. Whatever
may be the rule of procedure elsewhere, it
has alwavs been-the practice of this court
to entertain motions to strike out objec
tionable portions of the record, and we see
no substantial reason for deviating from
the usual practice now. The statement of
facts must be stricken out.
But it is insisted by counsel for appel
iants that even although the statement of
facts should not be considered by the court
in this case, still sufficient error appears in
the record to work a reversal of the judg
ment. An examination of the assignment
of errors discloses the fact that the errors
relied on by appellants for reversal of the
judgment all refer to the findings of fact
and conclusions of law made by the court.
But this being a cause of equitable cogni—
zance, no findings of fact or of law were
necessary. See Kilroy vs. Mitchell, 26 P2lO.
R. 865. It is only in an action at law where
a jury is waived, and the cause tried by the
court that findings of fact and Conclusions
of law are required to be tiled. in such
cases the findings of fact take the place of
the verdict ofa jury, and ifthe conclusions
of law drawn from the facts as found by
the court are unwarranted, or if the judg
ment is not supported by the findings,
then such judgment will be reversed by the
appellate court for error. See Code, secs.
245-6—7.
'But in an action for equitable relief, the‘
rule is otherwise. Such a cause comes
here for trial de novo, and in order to so
try it, this court Inust be put as fullv in
possession of the whole case as was the
court below. The testimony before the
superior court in this case not having been j
pro erlv brought up, it is impossible for us i
to determine what facts are or are not ‘
proven thereby, and as we must draw our 3
own conclusions from the testimony we 1
cannot and should not be bound by any
conclusions or findings of the court below.
It would seem clear that this court l
cannot try a cause anew upon the merits l
without being possessed of all the facts ‘
upon which the court below acted. If
proofs were taken there this court must
have the same testimony before it, or a re
trial will be manifestly impossible. While
we have under our code system but one
form of action for the enforcement or pro
tection of private rights and the redress of
Erivate wrongs, and while all causes must
e brought in that form, still the legisla
ture has not attempted to abrogate any
primarly rights 01' remedies. The old
metho sof procedure have been unified,
but the rights and remedies remain the
same and are respectively maintained and
secured by one common method: Legal
actions may be tried by the court,
but equitable actions must be so tried, be
cause from their ver nature they are usu
ally incapable of being tried in any
other wa . This fact has always been
recognized by the legislatare, as well as by
the courts, and hence we see the distinc
tion in its enactments with reference to
what the record shall contain on appeal,
between legal and equitable causes. l‘his
' court has almost invariably held that, on
"appeal, the whole case, including the test
imony, in an equitable action, must be
brought before it, as was done before the
reformed procedure was adopted, and the
legisiature has recognized the fact by re
quiring a different or more complete state
ment of facts in such cases than is neces
sary] in actions at law. The legislature
hot in the acts of 1890 and 1891 required
the statement on apxpeal in causes of equit
able cognizance, w ere the appeal is from
the [ins judgment, to contain all the testi
mony on which the cause was tried below,
together with any exceptions or objections
taken to the reception or rejection of testi—
mony. See laws 1889—90, page 3235, section
5, and laws 1891, page 347—8, section 22.
And the older statutes were substantially
the sauie, Code, sections 451, 46-1.
Why has the legislature thus :explicity
required all the testimony upon which the
cause was tried below, in action for equit
adle relief, to be brought to this court?
Manifestly because it has been cognizant
of the fact that such a cause cannot other—
wise be tried anew.
Our conclusion, therefore, is that in the
case at bar we have nothing before us to
determine and must either dismiss the ap—
real or affirm the judgment of the court he
ow. Under such circumstances the usual
practice has been to affirm. Coleman vs.
Yesler, 1, Wash. Ty. 591; Mulkey vs. Mc-
Graw, 2 Wash. Ty. 262; U. S. vs.
Lone Fisherman, 3 Wash. Ty. 316;
Kenyon vs. Knipe, 3 Wash. Ty., 243; Faul
‘ coner vs. Warner, Pac. Rep, 274. But
cases might arise in which such a course
would not be just to the appellant, and
consequently would not be adopted. In
this case, however, the result will he, in ef
fect, the same, whether the appeal be dis
missed or the judgment affirmed. The
judgment of the lower court is therefore af—
firmed. T. J. ANDERS, C. J.
We concur: R. 0. Dunbar, John P.
Hoyt, 'l‘. L. Stiles, Elmon Scott, judges.
For Sale at a Bai-Exin.
A Mulay sawmill of latest ‘i’rrxrlprovement,
with engine and steel boiler 15 to 20 horse
power, all complete and nearly new. Mill
capacity 4to 5 thousand feet. Apply to J.
C. Perclval, Union Dock, Olympia or to J.
M. Swan. mitt
Leave Good Money at Home
And billy youyflour and feed at the Cap
itol mil 8, Tumwater. Telephbne 98.
oLylui>iAN BRIEFS.
. Rabbits are making faces at the gunners.
Have you advertised your Christmas
goods yet? ‘
“The Olympia" is the best 10 cent cigar.
Years of experience in the watch factor
ies has made us skillful in watch repair
ing. Rose &. Godard.
We have a line of boys’ overcoats which
we will sell at 20 per cent. below actual
value for the next ten days. Brown &
Ferries. now;
Go to F. W. Cromby’s, 618 Fourth street.
for accurate presciptions. ()th ;
City council tonight. Will it. do Vany
thing for a decent streetcar system ?
Hew much are you betting on New York
and Ohio ?
For your bed lounges go to T. S. Cantril,
Fourth street.
Autumn leaves pressed between the
pages of letters are a fad
Try a pair of our strictly waterproof
shoes. They have no equal. Brown &;
F errise. 110 v;
G. G._ Itcl and C. D. Spencer became
sureties for Dr. Minkler, who was held in
SBOO bail before Justice Rathbun.
An opportunity to buy a store front and
130 feet of line redwood shelving. Inquire
of [l‘alcott Bros. novs
P. H. Carlyon, dentist, comer M ain and
Fifth streets. *
The worn out car horses on the Main
street line ought to he sold to farmers for
about $5 each.
Hartman, the fruit dealer, will occupy
the quarters made vacant by the Thurston
County Land company.
Bilger & Going are to give away a tine
Cook stove. Call and see it. nßtf.
Go to T. S. Cantril, the reliable furni
ture dealer, Fourth street, for bargains in
furniture, bedding and carpets sZ4tf ’
Save money by buying your meats and
vegetables at the People’s Market. Choice
butter, eggs, hams, bacon and lard con
stantly on hand. C. F. Allen & 00., 622
Fourth street.
I do not advertise furniture at cost, but ‘
will sell cheaper than the cheapest. T. S. j
Cantril, Fourth street. s24tf
Go to F. \V. Cromby‘s, 618 Fourth street
for the Reception cigar. They are very
choice. ob'tf
Watches, diamonds and jewelry, clocks,
spectacles and silverware at Taicott 313%)8.
a _
New Home and Domestic sewing ma~
, chines at Talcott Bros. al—tf .
j Tripe, pigs feet, sauerkraut, summer
‘ sausage, and line horse radish in bottles
‘ for table use, can be found at F. W. Tink
ham’s market, cor. Main and Seventh
street. iiß-Gt.
Complaint was s'made by many theater
goers last night, of the noisy racket in the
gallery. ,
At the meeting of the Unity club in
Barnes’ hall last night Miss Janet Moore
read an interesting paper on "Learning of
Florence , ”
Watches, clocks and jewelry repaired at
Simenson’s, 315 Main street. al-tf
The women workers of the Unitarian
church will meet at the residence of Mrs. P.
1). Moore tomorrow afternoon at 2 o’clock.
The steamer The Doctor leaves Olympia
at 1 o’clock daily for Shelton and Kamil
chie and returns the day following, arriv
ing at Olympia. at 12 o’clock noon. septhf
You Yonson, the Swedish-American
play was well received last night. Pretty
Annie Lewis and Gus Heege were the only
actors in the company, although the boy.
Master Frankie Jones, was excellent. Su
die Connolly, a noisy variety actress with a
cracked voice and an arm like John L. Sul—
livan pleased the noisy gallery. She was
beef to the heels, danced likea jumping
jack, went througha window and climbed a
ladder like a real man. The log-jam scene
didn’t work smoothly. The play was a
very lively one.
.l. L. (look, the sign writer, has removed
from \Veslsiile bridge next to the corner of
Columbia and 3rd streets. Nov. 2
How many lovers of fruit understand
the proper way to eat a pineapple? Here
is a mode as taught by a gentleman from
the land of pineapples, and simple as it
proves successful: Hold the fruit lirmly
with its base toward you. Insert the
prongs of a silver fork in the interstices of
the rind and pull it—the fork—sharply
down. At once the pineapple separates in
the curious and symmetrical cones of
which it is formed, and which can be eaten
daintily enough without soiling the fingers.
The Hnines Court Martial.
I (701.10. Haines leaves Seattle for Olympia
tomorrow night to appear before the court
martial on Thursday. The entire staff of
the First regiment, with all the company
oiiicers of the Seattle and Tacoma 00111-
punies who can get away, will come With
Col. Haines to attend the trial. The court
will convene in the card room at the Olym
pia hotel.
There is None Better. ,
Dr. R. L. St. John, of Howland, Putnam
county, Missour, takes especial pleasure in
recommending Chamberlain’s Cough Rem
edy, because he knows it to be reliable.
He has used it in his practice for several
years, and says there is none better. It is
especially valuable for colds and as a pre
ventive and cure for Group. This most ex
cellent medicine is for sale by C. B} Mann,
druggist. - tf.
Notice to Workiugmeu -
And others: We are agen ts for the famous
Duck brand rubber and oil clothingr best
in the world. Call and examine our stock.
ncvi BROWN & FERRISS.
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Rims POWDW
‘ Absolutely Pure.
America of tartar baking powder. High
‘ est of all leavening strength.—Latest U. S.
Government Food Report.
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A FIONAL THEA’I ER.
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FOIYI‘ 0F MAIN STREET OLYMPIA, WASH.
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MISS MAGGIE CHRISTY
111 Serio-comic Songs and Medleys.
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MISS LULU E. ROSE
In Songs and Dances pacexcellence.
~o-
First appearance of
Bllly] CLIFFORD & DOYLE, [Blddy
In their great north oflrelangl specialty“
DUFFY’S GRAND OPENING NIGHT.
Introducing songs, dances, parodies '
and a most laughable dialogue.
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MISS CARRIE BENNET
In her own pleasing specialties.
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MR. JOE CREAMER
In Character Songs.
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MISS ETTA FERRON
a. —-—o
of Programme every
Monday‘ AND Thursday.
bLYidPIA; WAsi—iiNGToN; TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 3‘, Isgt.
Wlll Doubtless ltxceed 14 Mills
this Year. '
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The Taxes ltenlized as Closely Es
timated by the County
Oomluisslouers. '
The county auditors are busy just now
preparing to fix the county levy. Their
efforts have been to make them as low as
possible, but they will exceed last year by
nearly three mills. The levy last year was
11 8-10 mills, While this year a. close esti
mate by the commissioners fixes the levy
at 14 9-40 mills. They have itemized it as
follows: State tax, 3 mills; state bond tax,
1-40 of a mill; military fund, 8-40 mill ;
county general fund. 6 mills; school 2
mills; bridge 1 mill;road 2 mills. The two
mill school levy will allow about 8 per ‘
capita. }
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TRAVELERS’ GUIDE ‘
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Tacoma. and Portland Passenger.
Leaves Portland...... 1045 am
Arrive from Portland via Gate City .. 4:45 p.m
Leaves for Tacoma and Seattle. . . . . . . . . .4250 p.m
Leaves Tacoma for Olympia. . . . .. . . . . . .11 :10 p.m
Arrive from Tac0ma............. ........12:!)5u.m
Leaves for Portland via Gate City. . . . .. 1:00 a.m
Arrive at Portland. ............. ..... . .7 :00 mm
MONTESANO PASSENGER.
Leave Tacoma. 8:10 a.m=Lv Montesano..2:4s p.m
Lv Olympia. .. 9:32 aJn‘Lv Olympia. . . .4:50 p.m
Ar Montesano. 11:25am Ar Tacoma... .0200 p.m
CHEHALIS PASSENGER.
Lv Chehalis... 7:00 a.m Lv Tacoma.... .3255 p.m
Lv Olympia... 2:37 u.m Lv Olympia .. . .525 p.m
Ar Tacoma. .. .10:00 am Ar Chehalis. . . . 7:00 p.m
Port fl‘o‘vusend Southern.
NUMBER ONE
Leave........... ...01ympia........... 9:40 a.m
Arrive...... . ........’1‘euin0..........”.1030 a.ln
NUMBER TWO. '
Leave................Tenin0......... ...10150am
Arrive .. .. . . ... . . .Olympin.... .... .. . .1l:50 a.m
NUMBER TH ass. '
Leave.....:.........01ympia.......... 3:sopm
Arrive... ...........Tenin0........... 4:50p.m
NUMBER FOUR.
Leave.......... .....Tenino 410511.111
Arrive5.............01ympia............ 5:55p.m
On Sunday the morning train leaves at9:4o am.
and remains at ’l‘enino’nntil 4:03 p.m.,arriving in
Olympia at 5:55 p.m. The morning irain makes
close connection with the Northern Pacific to
Portland and the evening train meets the train
from Portland.
Take Steamers for
Tacoma and Seattle—Bailey Gatzert leaves Olym—
pia at 7:30 am. daily except Monday; leaves 'l‘n
coma. at 10:30 a.m., arrives in Seattle at 12:15. Re
turning, leaves Seattle at 1:30 p.m., leaves Ta
coma at 4, arrives in Olympia at 6:30 p m.
Multnomah arrives from Tacoma at- 10;30 a.m.,
' retiiruing, leaves at 1 p.m. for Tacoma and Se
a t 9.
Clara Brown leaves Olympia Tuesday, Th urs
‘ day and Saturday at 9 11.11). for Tacoma and Se
attle. Returning, leaves Mondays, Wednesdays
and Fridays at 5:30 wil.
For Shelton. the illie leaves daily except
§unday at 9:30. am. Returning,’arrives here at
.. p.m .
Steamer Josephine arrives from Shelton at 0
a.in daily and Sunday, and returns at 0:30.
Arrives again at 2p m. and leaves at 5. Joseph
. ine connects with Bailey (iatzert to and from
Tacoma at Doillemyer’s. Steamer Willie con
nects with Multnomah in-smue manner.
For Kamilehie, Doctor loaves daily except
Sunday, at 0:30. Returning. arrives at 2 p.m.
ALL ABIIU’I,‘ ’l‘fll‘l MAILS. F
' MAIL nrzrsn'rumrs.
DAILY.
Grays Harbor and Coast points. . . . .. .9: l 5 a.m
‘ ’l‘uooma(Poueh Directg,..... 8:00am
’l‘ulnwater, ’l‘eninmun allpoints smith 0:15 ruin
Eastern states and all points east and
. north 4:lspm]
All points south, also states cast and
south 7:00pm)
Pickering, weekly, Saturday. 8:00 a.in
Kamilehe and Shelton, daily except
' Sunday......l2:oopm
ARRIVALS.
_ DAILY.
Pomts in Oregon, southern and north
western and eastern Washington. 4:40 p.m
Northwestern states. ...... ... . . ...... . 9:32 a.m
, Grays Harbor and Coast points. ... 4:40 p.m
Tumwater and 'l‘enino...... . . . 5:50 p.m
Kamilche and Shelton, daily except .
_ 5unday..............................12:30 p.m
Pickering, week1y....................... 11:00 a.m
- THE PRICE 73101116 111?
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The WEEKLY TRIBUNE will be great
ly iniproved and on January Ist, 1892, the
subscription price will be raised from $1.50
to . '
$2. PER YEAR-
Until that time, special inducements will
be offered to new subscribers, and those
who desire to renew before their subscrip
tion expires,
WE 'WILL GIVE
PREM IUM NO. I.
The WEEKLY TRIBUNE for one ‘year
to any person who will bring in three new
subscriptions.
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PR EMIUM NO. 2.
Any person bringing in six new subscrip
tions, will receive a $2. Pocket Knife, or any
other article of the same value, to be
selected from the stock of any Olympia
merchant who advertises in the TRIBUNE.
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PREMIUM NO. 3.
To any person bringing In ten new sub
scriptions, we will give a course of one term
in Stenography, or one term in the Gram—
mar Course, at the Olympia Collegiate In
stitute. » .
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PREMIUM NO. .44
To any person bringing in fifteen new ‘
subscriptions. we‘will give one term in the
College Course,Norrnal Course, Commercial
Course, Musical, Elocution or Art, at the
Olympia Collegiate Institute.
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PREMIUM 'NO. 5,
To any person bringing in twenty-five new
subscriptions, will be given two terms in
any one course, or one term in any two
courses at the Olympia Collegiate Institute,
,or a Silver \Vatch to the value of sls. Pre
‘ miums Nos. 4 and 5 can be transferred to
any person designated by the one bringing
in the new subscriptions. ‘
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These are opportunities worth working
for, and the courses at the Institute are
available at any time. Every young man
or young woman should get in and work.
It is an easy way to way to pay for an edu
cation.
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PER YEAR——
$| -50 _m ADVANCE. $ l -50-
”Make all remittances to the
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‘NIE HAVE made a thorough study of fitting
. glasses by the most improve methods,
and can safely guarantee a satisfactory tit. Have
your eyes tested, and get our prices before go
ing elsewhere. Respectfully,
Jewelers and Opticians._
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Improved Olympia Real Estate
In sums of SSOO and upwards. Inquire of the
lfngel Sound Savings Bank, 2422 Pa
eihc avenue. Tacoma, Wash.
Em. .____.
W ANTED. '
JAPXKESE wants a situation for olfice work
or cooking or general housework. Address
3,1192%1e __ oct3o~_3t.
LOGGING companies will find good timlTe‘r
on Skokomisn river. Apply to J. Hilder
w‘lwilflijfi_ 00:31
A GENTLEMAN wants room and board in a
private family: state price and locality.
A_Cld_i;ess Agylrihune Oliice.
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FOR RENT. -
RTOFKI andvlloarrl for gentleman in private‘
fiflnily. inquire at Tribune oiiice. nov'l l
liOOMS—genfieinen. Corner of Main and ‘
-FWS’TCHCO WM
B‘OUR room cottage in Hale‘s addition. Good
waiter. Rent cheap. H. P. L., this office.
7 oct'24.
FOUR unfurnished rooms, corner Union and
Jetl'crsonsts. a29tf ‘
FURNTSEIED apartments on Adams street, be
tween Sixth and Seventh st. Mrs. Follans
-lE9;_»__,. .r..-.,“__ _.___E‘6tf
rFWO furnished suites and three single rooms;
corner 3rd and Franklin streets.
oet26 ot. , WM._HILDEBRANDT.
TiVO—rofififfia'my furnished with kitchen
and outfit; or a front room neatly inr
nished, to a couple without children. Apply
mwg‘wgysswmw
AN eight room house on Main street near
Eighteenth. Newly Espered and painted
and in thorough repair. pply at this othee.
, -_____._Bfl
FOR SALE.
OLD papers [it THE TRIBUNE 25 cents per
Agendas: W
TO EXCHANGE.
{{ESIDfiIIG-ropcrty in Tacoma for same in
Olympia. Address this office. olllti‘
EDUCA’TIONAL.
1)Rlvm1 lessons—Mr. L. F. Henderson. Ph.
IL, will give private lessons to single
parties, or to classes, in botany, French litera
ture, Latin 01- Mathematics. Special work to
boys or girls fitting for college. 425 Main street,
during the day, or at private residence during
the evening, Nov 24.
MISCEL LANEOUS.
Dofifi‘ijiésfifis—Ttfiunin A HOME :r
If so, subscribe [or stock 1n the Olympia
Building& Loan Association, ml organiza
tion confined exclusively to Thurston Co.
Capital stock, $500,000; par value S2OO.
Monthly payments, sl.
TI‘USEOQSHT. G. Van Epps, J. R. Chaplin, Jo
seph Chillmrg. John McClennan, E. W. -An
drews, C. J. Lord, Homer C. Atwell, S. C. Wood
rnli'and A. W. Wisner.
Let us see what it will cost you on the sup
position that your stock will be worth par in
seven years: .
With 1i vc shares of stock and on approved se
curity,you will be entitled to aloan of SIOOO.
Your monthly dues will be $5 and your monthly
interest will he SB, making a. total monthly pay
ment of sl3. Your total monthly payments for
seven years will be $1,002. To this we will add
us the result of competitive bidding, a premium
of say’ 15 per cent, or SSO, making the total paid
by you in seven years $1,242, from which deduct
th. amount you received, SI,OOO, and we have
the total interest paid by you in seven years,
$242. You will see that this is a trifle less than
3% per cent. per annum.
filo Building and Loan Association located
outside of our own city and pretending to do
business here can ofler the same securit and
benelits that our local Association can give to
investors, and we would request all personsin
tendingto take stock in outside Associations to
instigate .093 5993,11.er P 950? Busting: ~ . , .
"r6E6lEif’zsléébé’i’it‘ibh? ifé 'ééxié’rhi’iifl’fiemted
not with the intention of making loans, but
rather with the expeetatiou that holders of stock
away from the home office will forfeit their in—
vestments to a few managing members.
Our Trustees are all elected at home from
among our our members, and each stockholder
is. entitled to one vote for every share owned by
on.
Our dimers are under proper bonds, and our
books are always open for the inspection of all
stockholders.
Further information Will be furnished on ap
plication.
A. W. WISSER, Secretary,
303 Fourth street »
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PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS.
GEO. S. ARMSTRONG, M. D., L. R. C. S.,
(Edin. Otlice Chambers’ block, residence,
Olympia. Hotel, Telephone no. 1.
DR. M. L. ADAMS, ollice rooms E, Chambers
block. Residence, Third street, between
Tullis and Bethel street, Enstside. Office hours,
10 to 12 and 2 to 5 p.m.
DR. GEO. W. INGHAM—Oi‘fme, Turner Block,
corner Fourth and Main streets.
DR. KINCAID, oflice over Toklas 6‘: Kauf
man’s. Residence. cor Jefferson and 18th ats.
Olympia, Wash.
DR. J. F. WATT, ofliee, rooms 4 and G Cham
bers’ block. Residence between franklin
and Tenth street. Office hours. 10 to 12 a. m., 2
to 4 and 7toß p. 111. Telephone 62.
C P. JENTO, M. D. C. M. Office, Chambers
. Block, Otfice hours, 10 to 12; 2t05; 7to
9. Telephone N 0.30.
DENTISTS.
A B. WOODARD, dentist. Main street, Cham
. bers’ block.
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I) H. CARLYON, D. D. 8., dental rooms cor
. nor Main and Fifth, opposite Odd Fellows’
block. ,
A S. OLIVER, surgeon dentist. Teeth ox
. treated without pain. Gold plates crown
and bridge work a specialty. Oflice in Stuarts ,
corner ,corner Main and Sixth streets Olympia
Wash. .
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~~_ MISCELLANEOUS. . ‘
QTEAMER “THE DOCTOR” ‘
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TOWING AND JOBBING
'Prornptly attended to. Apply to H. M.
Pierce, agent, Horr’s dock. P. 0. box 234.
OLYMPIA - WASH.
JOHN cosnrsn, o. z. MASON, n. s. HAMLEN,
Pres-Gen. Man. Superiud't See-Tress.
THE PUGET SOUND PIPE COMPANY
Sole proprietors and manufacturers of Horton s
patent thin shell wood water pipe.
Banded to stand any do
‘ sired pressure.
Guaranteed to be more durable than iron
pipe in the market. Olympls,any
a Washington.
‘ F.‘ W . TINKHAM ‘
‘ ' ———DEALER iN—- .
Beef, Mutton, Pork and. Veal.
————-CHoIr:E—
HAMS, BACON, LARD, BUTTER
AND EGGS.
—-——o———-
Poultry of all kinds. Choice Vegetables
in their Season.
Silsby’s Block, Main St, Con, 7th. Tel., No. 88
PROFESS IONAL.
A P. FITCH _
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ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Rooms 2 and 3, . - Turner Block.
. OLYMPIA. WASH.
Wm. S. Church Dav E. Baily.
Chas. E. Laughton.
BAILY, LAUGHTON & CHURCH
ATTORNEYS AT'LAW.
‘ Rooms 5 and 6 - - Talcott Block,
. Main street, Olympia.
J. P. MOORE. (2EO. A. ALLEN,.
MOORE & ALLEN
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
Rooms 5 and 6 - - Turner Block,
Olympia, Wash.
Practice before the Supreme Court a
specialty.
DANIEL GABY ‘
ATTORNEY AT LAW
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Rooms 20 and 21, - - - Temple Flat.
OLYMPIA, WAsII. I
T. v. agony, M. J. GORDON
EDDY & GORDON ' '
~ ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
OLYMPIA, - - WASHINGTON.
ALLEN, AYER & FRANKLIN
Attorneys and Counsellors at Law.~
Rooms 5, 6 and 7 - -V - Horr’s Block.
OLYMPIA, \VASII. L '
'MILO A ROOT. JOHN R MITCHELL
ROOT & MITCHELL
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
Office rooms 2 and 3, Odd Fellows Temple,
OLYMPIA, WASHJ
HOMER C. ATWELL
ATTORNEY AT LAW. v
Turner Block, corner Main and Fourth st.
OLYMPIA, WASH.
J W. CRAWFORD
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ATTORNEY AT LAW, -
No. 120 Fourth st., Williams Block, op—
posite the McKenny Block. S‘pecial atten
tion given to criminal and ivorce pro—
ceedings. Will also ractice before local
and general Land Offices, and prosecute
pension and bountv claims.
C. RATHBUN
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LAWYER AND JUSTICE OF PEACE.
Prompt attention given to collections.
Lands rendered and taxes paid for non-res
idents. Conveyancing. {ents collected.
South side Fourth st., between Main and
Columbia. Choice residence lots for sale.
FRANCIS HENRY
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Proprietor of Thurston county abstract,
p the oldest in the state. ~
' OLYMPIA - - - WASH.
E B. SIMMONS 5’
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ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Rooms 14 and 15. - - - Stuart Block.
OLYMPIA. WASH.
JOHN C KLEBER
LAWYER.
Turner Block, Cor. Fourth and Main St.
OLYMPIA, WASHINGTON.
0 V. LINN
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ATTORNEY AT LA W,
Williams’ Block,
OLYMIIA - - - “’ASH.
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BR. POWELL REEVES & [E].
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\\f ".‘ flats-“BIL : WEST.
PERMANENTLY LOCATED AT
730 Pacific Ave., Tacoma, Wash.
_ SIOOO REWARD
For any case he fails to cure coming under his
treatment by following his directions.
PRIVATE DISEASES OF MEN
:1 special study and practice for many gearsmver
4000 treated yearly. Recent cases 0 RIVATE
DISEASES cured in a short time. ULCERS, TU
MERS, BLOTCHES on the face or body cured.
without giving mercury or other pollshoitis. ld
' s o vet-
Mlddle Aged alld Old Men eran knows
exactlywhat ails you and will give you advice
and treatment worth thousands in gold;
He will restore you to full enjoyment of natures
rarest gift to man.
‘i'fi'?;{ . -/ #7 $353.91.
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LADlEs.—This doctor has devoted twenty 1
years to special treatment of women. He thnr- ‘
onghly understands your ailments. He will tell ‘
you exactly how you feel without flakinga ques
tion. Call at once and see for yourself. A cure
guaranteed. . .
“ATAHHH head. throat lung,_heart, stomach,
,liver and kidney diseases instantly
relieved and permanently cured by latest New
York Hospital Methods.
RUPTURE—PiIes, fistula. varicole, hydrocele
‘ and all swellings and tenderness
‘ quickly cured. "
i Send 10 cents in stamps for Medical Guide.
. Hours. 9 mm. to 9 p.m. Direct all mail to 780
Pacific avenue. Tacoma, Wash.
...-Hi: Big G is acknowledged
5.1. : A ' the leading remedy for
,E-gf...‘ Cures in Gonorrhmn £2 Greet.
lea-7;; 61“ :3 E featxfil-o Elle only sine rem‘grllly for
-‘ ' encorr senor ites.
{5 ¢.u::_sz_name. I prescribe it and feel
" are only by safe in recommending it
.m THEEvmscHEchLGo. to all sufi‘ercrs.
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Trade ' um PRICE SI.OO.
MARK & ROSS Agents
THIS
Space Reserved
Toklas&Ka(lflnan.
Watch fov theitz “Ad.”
' A ELLIS
o——-—-—--THE—-—-——~——-—o
Has constantly on hand the Largest and most Complete Line
of Furniture, which he will sell at prices that defy
competition. The same discounts given to
small dealers as they get in Port—
land and Tacoma.
H o ELL IS 9
Corner of Main and. Third Street (
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LUBE? live 21% live to dye. “ :flelwre we dye the better we live.
CAPITAL
207 Main St, opposite Young‘s Hotel. '
Ladies’ and Gents? _
Clothing Cleaned.
_ » Dyed and Repaired.
Curtains and BlanketsL.__ WWW
ALL WORK GUARANTEED OR NO CHARGE,
W. D. ROBERTSON, Prop.

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