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The Citizens Bank & Trust Co.
Christmas Savings Club
Beginning March 9 you can join a forty weeks' saving campaign bj making a
weekly deno«l oi either 25c, 50c or *1.00. After forty weeks, which will end Decern
her 1.U4, the period closes, and one week thereafter yon will receive a check in
hill tor the amount oi your savings. If you have kepi up youi payments regularly
interesl on jxmr deposits will be added ti> your check.
You can start any time on or after March 9, in any one of these classes Class 1
will be 25c deposil a week; .-lass 2 will be 50c a week deposit; class 3 will be M 00
n week deposit. You cannot withdraw until after December 15, 1914,
i l "' club the first day and round oul the full forty weeks.
You will nerd money for Christmas, I!H4.
It costs nothing to join. Your first payment makes yon a member. Payments
must be made every week, or may be made in advai
Can yon think of an easier way to provide money for Christmas presents?
. Jo,n y°»raetf ; every on ! the family to join, show this to your friends
anil £el them to join.
Everybody is welcome to join.
In Class 1 you deposit
25c a week for forty weeks
and at the end of that,
period you receive a cheek
cor the amount you have
saved, which will be $10.
If no payments have been
missed, interest is added to
the above return.
Call at the hank for fuller explanation. Be sure to start on the opening day. Il
mil double he joy ot your Christmas, and you will have your Christmas m'onev
withoul hardship or noticeable self-denial.
Citizens Bank & Trust Co.
CORNER HEWITT AND WETMORE
No. H762.
ORDER FIXING DAY FOR SETTLE
MENT OF FINAL ACCOUNT AND
TO SHOW CAUSE WHY DISTRI
BUTION SHOULD NOT BE MADE, j
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE
STATE OF WASHINGTON, IN AND
FOR SNOHOMISH COUNTY.
In the Matter of the Estate of Henry
Russau, Deceased.
Ellmore Campbell, known also as
E. A. Campbell, the administrator of
the above entitled estate, having here
tofore rendered and presented for set
tlement and filed in this court his
final account of his administration of
said estate, and the court being duly
advised in the premises, does now or
<!>-r that Saturday, the 14th day of j
March 1914, at 10 a. m„ sharp, in
Department No. 2 of the above entitled
court, be and the same is hereby ap-l
pointed as the time and place for the;
settlement of said account.
And ir further appearing that the
said administrator has also filed a pe
tition for an order to show cause why
distribution, of this estate should not:
be made, and the court, having consid
ered tie- same, does now order that all
persons interested In the above en-
is now on the market. After many
months of labor and much expense
we offer you a beer equal to the
celebrated German Beers.
Phone 159 for a to be delivered
to your home.
EVERETT BREWING CO.
Announces the Opening of a
HFRF m ( AN EASY WAY TO GET IT
IA SURE WAY TO HAVE IT
titled estate be and appear before tin
said superior court at tho place afore
said, at the hour of 10:15 a. m. or
March it. 1914, in Department No. :
of said court, and then and there tc
show cause why an order should nol
be made distributing the residue ol
the said estate among the creditors ol
the said deceased, or other parties en
titled thereto by law.
It is further ordered that a copy of
this order be published once a week
for four successive weeks before
.March 14. 1914, In the Labor Journal,
a newspaper of general circulation
printed and published in Kverett, Sno
homish county. Washington.
Dated at Kverett, Washington, Feb
ruary 11, 1014.
OUY ('. ALSTON,
Judge.
Wm. Shelter, attorney for adminis
trator, Stokes Bldg., Kverett, Washing
ton.
Mate of first publication. February
IS, 1034. Bt *
No. ■
SUMMONS FOR PUBLICATION.
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THK
STATE OP WASHINGTON IN AND
Pale Beer
Ii: Class •_' you deposit
50e ,-i week for forty weeks
and a fortnight before
Chritsmas you receive a
cheek for the amount of
your savings, namely $20,
Phis interest, if all pay
ments are made promptly.
In ('lass :', you deposit *1
a week for forty weeks
and a' thi' end of tha*
period yon receive a check
for your savings, which
will ; nnl to sill. Inter
'•si added if all payments
are kept up regularly.
EVERETT, WASH.
FOR THE COUNTY OF BNOHO
- MISH.
| William Gildon, Plaintiff, vs. Florence
E. Gildon, Defendant.
The State of Washington to the said
Florence E. Gildon, Defendant:
You arc hereby summoned to appear
within sixty (001 days after the date
' of the first publication of this sum
. mons. to-wit: within sixty (COl days
after the Pith day of February, 1914,
and defend the above entitled action
,In the above entitled court, and an
swer the complaint of the plaintiff
and serve a copy of your answer upon
| the undersigned attorneys for the
Plaintiff at their office below stated;
and in case of your failure so to do,
judgment will be rendered against you
according to the demand of the com
plaint which has been filed with the
clerk of the above entitled court. The
object of this action is to obtain a de
cree of said court dissolving the bonds
of matrimony existing between said
plaintiff and said defendant, on the
ground of abandonment of plaintiff by
defendant for one yet r
SHERWOOD '& MANSFIELD,
Attorneys for Plaintiff.
Office and Postoffice Address: Colby
Bldg, Kverett, Snohomish County,
LABOR JOURNAL
Washington.
Date of first publication, February
13, 1914. 7t *
"SUMMONS BY PUBLICATION.
S IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE
\ STATE OF WASHINGTON, FOR
SNOHOMISH COUNTY.
I S. J. Evans, Plaintiff, vs. S. H. Evans
3 Defendant.
{ STATE OF WASHINGTON, to the
) said S. H. Evans, Defendant:
' You are hereby summoned to he
j and appear within sixty days after the
S (latf! °f the first publication of this
J summons, to-wit, within sixty days
i after the fith day of February, 1813,
! and defend the above entitled action
• In the a love entitled court, and answer
the complaint of plaintiff and serve a
ropy of your answer or other plead
ings upon the undersigned attorney
for plaintiff at his address below
stated.
Tn case of your failure so to do judg
ment will be rendered against you ac
cording to tbe demand of the com
plaint which has been filed with the
clerk of the said court.
This is an action for divorce on the
grounds that the defendant is now in
the penitentiary and for further
grounds of non-support.
HARRY L. PARR.
Attorney for Plaintiff.
Office Address: .'5lO Main St., Olym
pia, Washington.
Date of first publication, Feb. 6, ,
1914. et. i
1 NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE OF
fc REAL ESTATE.
P State of Washington. County of Sno
j| homi.sh. km.
I Sheriff's Office
5 By virtue of an order of sale issued
I out of the honorable superior court of
Snohomish county, on the 17th day of
A February, 1914, hy the clerk thereof,
L, in the case of Offa A. Slump versus
II Henry .1. Slump and Henry .1, Stump,
f as guardian of the (state of Nettle
i Stump, an insane person. No. 13897,
|> and to me as sheriff, directed and de
? I llvered:
(I Notice is hereby given, that I will
jj proceed to sr.ll al public auction to the
highest bidder for caah, within the
hours prescribed b\ law for sheriffs
) sales, to-wit, at 10 o'clock a. tn, on the
21st day of March, A. D. lul l, before
I "ie court house door of said Snohom
| Ish county, in the state of Washing
ton, all of the right, title and interest
i of the said defendants, Henry .1. stump
et al.. in and to the following described
| property, situated in Snohomish coun-
I ty, state of Washington, to-wit:
Lots thirty (30) and thirtyone (311
In block seven hundred ninety-four
("Mil, Kverett Land A; Improvement
Company's first Addition to Everett,
Snohomish County, Washington, levied
on as the property of said defendants
Henry J Stump et al.. to satisfy a
judgment amounting to five hundred
sixty and no-100 dollars ($560.00), with:
interest from February 1-1, 1914, at the
rate of 8 per cent per annum, and;
costs of suit, in favor of plaintiff.
Dated this 17th day of February.
DONALD McRAE, Sheriff
IBy Q, c. GASTON, Deputy.
Irvin E. Deßoy, Seattle, Washing
ton, attorneys for plaintiff.
Date of first publication. February
20, 1014. 5t I
No. 3112.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
IX THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THB
STATE OF WASHINGTON, IN ANT
FOR THE COUNTY OF SNOHOM
ISH.
In the Matter of the Estate of Edwin
Geiger, deceased.
Notice is hereby given by the under
signed administrator of the estate of
Edwin Geiger. deceased, to the credit
ors of and all persons having claims
against said decedent to exhibit them
with the necessary vouchers within
one year after the dale of the first pub
lication of this notice, to-wit, the 20th
day of February, 1914, to the said ad
ministrator at the offices of Faussett
A.- Smith, his attorneys, 206-7-8 Stokes
building, Everett, Washington, the
same being the place for the trans
action of the business of said estate.
A. ii. MAULBBY,
Administrator.
Faussett & Smith, attorneys for ad
ministrator, 20H-7-8 Stokes Bldg Ev
erett, Washington.
Date of first publication, February
20, IM4. 5t j
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE OF
REAL ESTATE.
State of Washington, County of Sno
homish ss.
Sheriff's Office.
By virtue of an order of sale issued
out of the honorable superior court of
Snohomish county, on the 11th day of
February, 1914, by the clerk thereof in
the case of James MoOade versus C
S. Tripp, Etta Tripp, P. S. I'riddv. Min
nie Priddy and John Evans. No. 13879
and to me as sheriff, directed and de
livered :
Notice is hereby given that I will
proceed to sell at public auction to the
highest bidder for cash, within the
hours prescribed by law for sheriffs
sab s, to-wit. at 10 o'clock a. m. on the
21st day of .March, A. I). 1914, before
the court house door of said Snohom
ish county, in the state of Washington
all of the right, title and interest of
the said defendants, (' s. Tripp Etta
Tripp, p. s. l'riddy and Minnie Priddy
and each of them, in and to the fol
lowing described property, situated in
Snohomish county, state of Washing
ton, to-wit:
Lot twenty-nine (29), Division "A."
Plat of Qlenwood, in section thirty
(80), township twenty-nine (29) nortli
of range six («), E. W. M„ Snohom
ish county, Washington, levied on as
thi' property of said defendants C S
Tripp. Etta Tripp, P. g, Priddy and
Minnie Priddy, and each of them, to
satisfy a judgment amounting to one
thousand eleven and no-100 dollars
($1,100.00), with interest from Feb
ruary 10. 1914, at the rate of 8 per
cent per annum, and costs of suit in
favor of plaintiff.
Dated this 13th day of February, I
1914. |
DONALD MORAS, Sheriff i
H.v (I. C (SASTON, Deputy.
Faussett a Smith, Everett, Washing
ton, attorneys for plaintiff.
Hate of first publication, February
20, 1914. - |
ORPHEUM Theatre
Presenting real picture plays
for all the people, every day In
the week. Pathes Weekly every
Wednesday and Thursday.
Bear in mind that the Scotch Wool
en Millß is "unfair" to organized
labor because of the lockout of union
employees in the head factory in Chi
cago, 111
Those old daugerretoypes of grand
father and grandmother and Aunt
Mary and mother taken just after the
war —and then the quaint pictures of
father —money wouldn't buy them
from YOU. Are you forgetful of the
fact that future generations will cher
ish such pictures o you? Photograph
er li. 3. Brush, 218-19 Realty Bldg.—
Adv.
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE OF
REAL ESTATE
Sheriffs Office.
state of Washington, County of Sno
homish —ss.
By virtue of an Order of Sale is
sued out of the Honorable Superior
Court of Snohomish County, on the
20th day of January, 1914, by the
Clerk thereof, in the ease of John W,
I Godfrey versus Vivia D. Ashmun,
formerly Vivian. Burleigh, and I), c.
.Ashmun. her husband; John L, Zeigler
and Jane Doe Zeigler, his wife, whose
true name is unknown to plaintiff, It.
M. Westover and Mary Westover, his
wife; Thomas McNeely and Nathaniel
McNeely, doing business as Thomas
'. McNeely and Son; Susan McNeely,
the wife of Thomas McNeely, Eleanor
McNeely, the wife of Nathaniel Mc-
Neely, and J. T. Merrill, et ux., No.
13012, and to me as sheriff, directed
and delivered.
Notice is hereby given, That, I will
proceed to sell at, public auction to the
highest bidder for cash, within the
hours prescribed by law for sheriff's
sales, to-wit: at 10:00 o'clock a. m. on
the 2Sth day of February, A. D. 1914,
before the court house door of said
Snohomish County, in the State of
Washington, till ot the right, title and
interest of the said defendants Vivia
D. Ashmun. formerly Vivia D. Bur
leigh; D. ('. Ashmun, her husband;
John U Zeigler and Jane Doe Zeigler,
his wif*, and each of them, et al., in
and to the following described prop
erty, situated in Snohomish County.
State of Washington, to-wit •
Lots twenty-four (24). twenty-five'
(26), twenty-six (20), and twenty-sev
en (27), all in block three hundred
and fifty-one (351), of the Saint Nicho
las Addition to Everett, Snohomish
County, State of Washington, levied
on as the property of said defendants
Vivia 1). Ashmun. formerly Vivia 1)
Burleigh, D. C. Ashmun, her husband;
John L. Zeigler and Jane Doe Zeigler,
his wife, and each of them, et al., to
satisfy a judgment amounting to elev
en hundred ten and 06-100 dollars and
costs of suit, in favor of plaintiff.
Dated this 22nd day of January, 1914
DONALD McRAE, Sheriff,
By G. C. GASTON, Deputy.
iEO. W. LOUTTIT,
Kverett, Washington,
Attorney for Plaintiff.
Date of first publication, Jan. 30,
1914. r,t.
No. 3093.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
IN THK SUPERIOR COURT OP THE
STATE OF WASHINGTON IN AND
FOR THE COUNTY OF SNO
HOMISH.
In the Matter of the Estate of Sven
Gulliksen, Deceased.
Notice is hereby given by the under
signed administratrix of the above en
titled estate to the creditors of, and
to all persons interested, or having
claims against said estate and said
deceased, to exhibit them with the
necessary vouchers within one (1)
year after the first publication of this
notice, to the said administratrix, at
the office of O. T. Webb, at 325-26
Sic,k.s Building, Everett, Snohomish
County. Washington, the same being
the place for the transaction of the
business of said estate.
Hated at Kverett, Washington, Janu
ary 27th, 1914.
JULIA GULLIKSEN,
Administratrix of the Above Entitled
Estate.
O. T. WEBB,
Attorney for Administratrix.
Date of first publication, January
30, 1914.—5t.
I .
j No
SUMMONS BY PUBLICATION.
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OP THE
STATE OF WASHINOTON IN AND
FOR THE COUNTY OF SNO
HOMISH.
Carl Johnson, Plaintiff, vs. Marie
Johnson, Defendant.
Tie State of Washington, to the said
Marie Johnson, the above named de
fendant:
You are hereby summoned to appear
within sixty (6(0 days after the date
Of the first publication of this sum
mons, to-wit: within sixty (60) days
after the 80th day of January, 1914,
and defend the above entitled action
In the above entitled court, and an
swer the complaint of the plaintiff,
and serve a copy of your answer upon
the undersigned attorneys for plain
tiff, at their office below stated; and
in case of your failure so to do, judg
ment will be rendered against yon ac
cording to the demand of the com
plaint, which has been filed with the
clerk of said court.
The object of said action is to ob
tain a divorce from the bonds of ma
trimony now subsisting between the
plaintiff and the defendant upon the
grounds of abandonment by the de
fendant of the plaintiff for more than
one year prior to the commencement
»f this action, and for general relief
I'OLHMAN, FOGARTY & ANDFjRSON
Attorneys for Plaintiff; Office and
Postoffice Address, Walsh Hlock,
Everett, Snohomish County. Wash
ington.
Date of first publication, January
10. 1914. —7t. '
DELINEATOR FOR MARCH ON SALE, PATTERN DEPAftJMENT
NEW SPRING SUITS AND COATS NOW ON DISPI^K
February Sale of Domestics
This sale of Domestics is lower than they've any right to
be, Eor they're getting dearer and there's no relief in sight.
Prudenl folks will take advantage of these splendid values.
12i/ 2 c Pillow Cases 11c
Pillow Cases, 42x36, extra heavy
muslin: regular value 12\ ic.
Sale price He
18c Pillow Cases 15c
Pillow Cases, size 42x36, extra
line muslin; regular value 18c.
Bale price
59c Sheets 49c
Sheets, 72x90; made of heavy
muslin, regular value B9c, Sale
price 49c
75c Sheets 65c
Sheets, 72x90; made of extra
tine muslin: regular value 75c.
Bale price 65 C
$6\oo Wool Blankets $4.75
Wool Blankets in plaid, white
and gray: extra heavy; regular
value |6. Sale price $4.75
12y 2 c Gingham 8 l-3c
Oress Gingham, in extra fine
quality; blue, pink and tan: reg
ular value 12% C. Sale
P rfce 8 13-c
$1.50 Napkins 98c
20 dozen Napkins; plain and col
ored border; extra good size;
regular value $1.60. Sale
l' ric P 98c
50c Napkins 35c
Plain wliite Napkins, good size;
regular value 50c. Sale price 35 c
10c Towels 8 l-3c
Hack Towels, plain and colored
border; large size; regular value
10c. Sale price g I_3 C
15c Turkish Towels 12c
Bleached Turkish Towels, good
SUMMONS.
In tin! Superior Court of tho State of
Washington, in and for Snohomish
County.
Austin Webb, Plaintiff, vs. Minnie
Webb. Defendant.
The State of Washington, to the'
said Minnie Webb, defendant.
You are hereby summoned to ap
pear within sixty days after the date
of the first publication of this sum
mons, to-wit, within sixty days after
the 2.'! rd day of January, 1914," and de
fend the above entitled action In the
above entitled court, and answer the
complaint of the plaintiff and serve a
copy of your answer upon the under
signed attorney for the plaintiff at his
address below stated, and in case of
your failure so to do, judgment will J
be rendered against you according to '•
the demand of the complaint, which '
has been filed with the clerk of said J
court. ,
The object of this action, as prayed
for In the complaint, is to obtain a de
cree of divorce by the plaintiff from
the defendant on the ground of aban
donment for more than one year last
past before the commencement of this
action.
ANDREW JOHNSON,
Attorney for Plaintiff.
Office and Post Office Address: 2-3 ]
Fobes Bldg., Everett, Wash.
Date of first publication, January
23rd, 1914. 7t
Walk Up-Stairs Save $10
Better than sale prices and no
old stock.
Regular clothing values at
Thomson's Upstairs Suit Shop
are far better than sale prices
you get elsewhere.
THOMSEN
1712|/ 2 HEWITT AYE.
Rooms 102-3-4 Riley Bldg.
Entrance on All
MILLINERY
All the latest novelties in Mil.
linerj at —
NUcBEAN'S
1924 Hewitt
MELANG GROCERY CO.
Successor to
J. LYNCH & CO.
Both Phones 207 2104 Hewitt Aye.
We Give Satisfaction
DEAN'S PHARMACY
Quick Free Delivery
S ABO/UT YOUB KYK
TROUBLE.
V\. dont preacriU gl M .„ unlM ,
a~d them. We olu QWn
' Dd **" th «» modarat. coat .„d
piarantae tbam
EVERETT OPTICAL 00
.•■a Colby At.. tw#ttj Wji§h
Friday. February 20, 1914.
size; regular value 15c. Sale
price 12c
121/oC Toweling 10c
Bleached cotton HtlCk Toweling,
18 inches wide; regular value
Sale price 10c
25 and 35c Curtain Scrim 19c
Curtain Scrim In plain and col
ored borders; plain and lace
edge; regular value l!sc and 35c.
Sale price 19 c
15c and 17c Curtain Swiss
15c
121/oC
Curtain Swiss, 36 inches wide;
plain and figured; regular value
15c and 17c. Sale price. 12 1 / 2 C
Table Linen
50c Table Linen, extra fine fin
ish; regular value 50c. Sale
P rice 38c
$3.75 Comforts $2.75
Silkoline Comforts, large size;
covered with heavy silkoline;
regular value $3.76, Sale
price $2 75
$2.25 Comforts $1.89
Comforts covered with silkoline
in all colors; extra fine cotton;
regular value $2.26. Sale
P rlce $1.89
$1.75 Cotton Blankets $1.39
Heavy cotton Blankets, full size:
In blue and brown plaid; regu
lar value $1.76, Sale price $1,30
9c Outing- Flannel G^c
1,000 yards of Outing Flannel, in
blue, pink and gray stripes; 27
inches wide; regular value 9c.
Sa,e P rice 61/ 4 C
BARGREEN'S GOLDEN DRIP
COFFEE
WILL PLEASE YOU
IMPERIAL TEA CO.
1407 Hewftt—B»th Phones -»
J. LYNCH & CO.
Grocers
Union Help and Union Goods
J. P. MELANG
2104 Hewitt Avenue
Telephones, S. S. 207, Ind. 342Y
Everett Printer! Who Can Pot
the Ltbel on Your Printing.
1 Everett Print Shop
2 Herald Printing Co. •
3 Tribune Printing Co. <
4 F. B. Hawes Printing tad;
Stationery Co. »
* Paget Preee. J
7 Kane and Marcus. !
8 Commercial Prew. <
UNION PLUMBING AND HEAT-
R. M. Weatovar.
H. C. Brown.
B. M. Richarda.
A. Iledlund.
P. W. D»iley.
A. P. n 0 , e tt.
TWpa„„ Pl u ,„b ing A Heating;
'"lias A. Healy.
OWL PHARMACY
free Delivery Service
'607 Hewitt Both Fone, 876
ROBBINS TRANSFER CO.
Pones 37i
We rtlove Anythlna— Day
and Night Service.
Star Theatre
PATHE'S WEEKLY PICTURES
*»cry Monday ana TtmUy
American
Dye Works
LEADING CLEANERS
»oth Phones 24>
Suit. Pressed 50c
2821 Wetmore AvX
W^ 1 ; f? Sho " »S -ult. 1Z .
088 All union label Rood. ■
ir ""•» ".»X"., l rr.'
ING SHOPS.

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