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FOUT. liege Bldg. i . hmuram'e lSuihiing I m i i ebr:ttion, de.signed to exprt.,s !tic nov, '- ]) v.,tkt.ll(.J l3:J /i:xtiuii:t] c,[l.dcllt'c nil2 [')  .C .'IIL[I.I" ;t Glt'Ll.:t :: lllc!C- .%t'!i'.it'l,t't l':i>" ('C!cbllitL. ili t't'. I't/Ill!/itill't'l lGsc,,t' "l'l*IlNl'*' tj f >t*- atIe l'ot No. 1 aI>tJointt..t lltliy It,. /l.ll'lon gtqielDtl chAilnltll of lit" Inde- ise!ltlelil': iJay ceit.biation who ;il tutti nanled l.eglonlialle$ to hea.d and fill the pet SOllnel of sonic twelity-three sdb-coninlit tees. ",%'e will have without a doubt, one ot the most colorful and patt lotw cel- eblatiolis ever staged in Scattle." said Mr. Lawton. chaiiman of the general conuuittee; "a celebratioll than!resting {tit- LIl.Lollc slgnificaliee Oi July 4tb in the life of the nation, and a symbol th:t lht. llii'ii an,t n:ttlll'51] Ofillr-tL, e (if 1933 is worthy of a place hes:,de that of 177t;." t"tuthel dt.t:iAs will :tl>l,eai in these CO]unin.4 fl'lH.l time t,J !!nip llS the (130 f,Ji ih) b]{4 i'*t'ii I tliit. lit'lilt'Y. W ANT ADS @ ('{JIB, l(i :tl,': Jc!:oy. fo-'ti; $30.  --' - - .... - , ' ,\\;-;ii,, r c*.wv I 1 \\;V,,,,dinvillo. NOTICE OF" SttERIFF'S SALE OF[ ,EAL ESTATE State of %%ashington, County of King, ss. Sheriff's Office. I B' virtue of an Order of Sale is-[ sued out of the Honorable Superior Court of King County, on the 21st day of April, 1933, by the clerk there- of in the case of Seattle Savings & Loan Association, a corporation, Plaintiff, versus Gardner J. Gwinn. Inc., a corporation; and Worthingtou Fisher Co., a corporation, Defendants. No. 255188, and to me, as Sheriff, di- rected 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 Sher- iffs sales, to-wit: at ten o'clock a. m. on the 27th day of May, 1933, before the Court House door of King County, Jefferson Street entrance, at Seattle, in the State of Washington, the fol- lowing described property, situated tn King County, State of Washington, to-wit: Lot Thirteen (13), Block Two (2), East Park Addition to the City of Seattle, with the appurtenances, ten- ements, hereditaments, rents, issues, profits, water rights and other rights or privileges belonging to or used In connection with said premises, and all PLANS LAID FOR '":<" '""""> '' '"' "<"' ,V. l:,,vtq IL I \\;V(,,,,linville. I BRILLIANT FETE "",, ==- ,,,,,,,,,, <'-,,,' il.T.,,,., rni,,lrl,, 1,'Oi{ .<AI,t': Fle.;h !,'l!l..}, t,:it. ,. UN 3UL/PIIl/lllll , J. Mutil. l[ I lh,tiwl{ -J')(:"3 .... i  L. LONGFELLOW i Surpassing even the brilliance and' mith Building glamottr of the old Seattle Potlatch[ days, the Seattle Post No. 1. American NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE OF REAL ESTATE Legion, this week laid gigantic plans!stat e of Washington. County of King. for a record breaking 4th of July eel- as. Sheriff's Office. By virtue of an Order of Sale is- sued out of the Honorable Superior VALW DYKE & THOMAS ICourt of King County. on the 22nd Lowmam Building , day of May. 1933, by the clerk there- of in the case of Minnie Fowler, Plaintiff, vs. William s. Schulz as lsulq,,rt the institutioI. executor of the last Will of Heery[ Sehulz. deceased, and as executor of the last %Viii of Pauline Sehulz, de- IN THE SI:I'I.:I),IOR C()I'IlT OI-" "Flit. State OY 18,as)ii;z'tm 1:: :ti:d For Irk!iV. Uoutity. Ch;illes J. lti'e!tlei;b:.lc.l-:el :l!ht I.otii/ I". VVeiileobackei. Pl'tintiffs. vs. Emnia Ocb.. a widow. John J..qm!th and Dorothy Sniith. hi.s wife. Ther-I ese Offer and Harold B. Offer. her husband, defendants. No. 262725. Summons by Publication. The S, tate of %Vashingto.. to the said John J. Smith and Dorothy Smitb, defendants: ',:,'d are hereby summoned to ap- pear witty.in sixty days after the date of the first publication of this sum- mons, to wit, within sixty days after the 27th day of May. 1933. and defend the above entitled action in the above entitled court, and answer the i complaint of the plaintiff, and serve NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE OF !a copy of youl- answer upon the un- dersigned attorney for plaintiff, at REAL ESTATE his office below stated; and in case State of Washington, County of King of your failure so to do. judgment ss. Sheriffs Office will be rendered against you accord- By virtue of an Order of Sale issued ing to the demand of the" complaint i .- ..... ' ...... which has been filed with the clerk ,out or tne i-lonoraole uperlor t:ourt of said court, lee King County, on the 13th day of The object of said action is to fore- April, 1933, by the clerk thereof in the close a mortgage upon real estate case of Fred Myrick and Phoebe located in said King County given to Myrick, Plaintiffs. versus George Cur- secm'e the payment of twenty-five tin and Obie L. Curtis, his wife, for- hundred dollars, interest, attorney's merly Obie M. Lewis Jones, and now fees and costs and against all de- faults of the makers of said mort-known as Mac Curtis, Ernst Hard' gage. ware Co., a corporation. National DIs- CHAS. M..FOUTS, ,count Corporation. a corporation, A. Attorney for Plaintiff. O. Evanson, Defendants, No. 258504, plumbing, lighting, heating, ventilat- Office and P. O. Address 610 Insur- and to me, as Sheriff, directed ind i,, .=o+o,d,,. na irri,atint, annaratu ance Building. Seattle, VCashington delivered -,=. ...... =, .... ,, o =-= .- First publication May 27, 1933. " " . and fixtures belonging to or used m t I Notice is hereby given, That I wtll eonnechon with satd premmes levied " " ; " I .... : proceed to sell at public auction to the on a. the property of all of the said [ 0ARL J. SMITH i hlghest bidder for cash. within the defendants herein to satisfy a judg , -[ Dexter Her!on Bldg. hours prescribed by law for Sheriff's merit of a foreclosure of a mortgage i __ l sal= to-wit: at Ten o'Clock A. M. on amounting to Twenty-seven thousand[ the 2$th day of May, 1933, before the one hundred twenty-nine and 69/100]IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF Cpurt House door of King County, ($27,129.69) Dollars attorneys fees of] The State of Washington for King lJ'efferson Street entrance, at Seattle, $19).(. the cost of suit stud Interest ! County. t In the State of Washington, the foliow In favor of plaintiff. In the Matter of the Voluntary Dis- ; Ing described property, situated In solution of S. L. B. Development King County, State of Washington. Co., a corporation. No. 261272. No- to-wit: tice of Dissolution. lots 23 and 24. In ]Block 23. of To whom it may concern: Notice Is hereby given that S. L. B. t Madison Street Addition to the City Development Co.. a corporation, has of Seattle; filed in the above entitled court and cause a petition for voluntary" dis- solution which will come on to be heard before the court on the 29th day of May, 1933, at the hour of 9:30 a. m., before the department of the court to which the cause may be a- signed Anyone interested in said matter or desiring to file an objection to .said petition will then have an opportunity to be heard. Witness the hart4 and seal of "_he Superior Court of the State of Wash- ington for King County this 26th day of April, 1933. i ABE N. OLSN. Clerk. By S. R. BATTENFIELD. Deputy. I'irst publication April 29. 1933. Ited this 21st day of April. 1933. CLAUDE G. BANNICK, Sheriff By L. E. ANDERSON, Deputy. First publication .pril 22, 1933. LUII)rN, ]IARTO- & DEVIN,- Alask Budding IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF The State of Washington for King County Edna Serlui, plaintiff, vs. George M. Serlui, defendant. No. 262191. Sum- mons by Publication. The State of Washington to George M. Serlui, defendant: You are hereby summoned to ap- pear within sixty (60) days after the date of the first publication of this summons, to-wit, within sixty days after the 22nd day of April, 1933, and defend 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 undersigned attorneys for plaintiff, ut their office below stated; and in case of your failure so to do, judgment will be rendered against you accord- lng to the demand of the complaint, which has been filed with the clerk of said court. The object of the above entitled action is to secure a divorce on the grounds of personal Indignities rendering life burdensome, and non-support. LUNDI, BARTO & DEV]2, Attorneys for Plaintiff. Office and P. O. Address: 1102 Alaska Building, Seattle, Washington. WRIGHT & WRIGHT Burke Bldg. NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE OF REAL ESTATE 8late of Washington, County of King. as. Sheriff's Office. By virtue of an Order of SMe !sailed out of the Honorable Superior Court of King County, on the 2nd day of May, 1933. by the clerk thereof in the calm of Christ Rennet, Guardian of LUNDIN, BARTO & DEVLN  Alaska Building levied on a the property of all of the said defendants herein, to satlsfy a Judgment of a foreclosure of a mort- gage amounting to Two thousand two hundred eighten and 80/100 f$2,218- .80) dollar attorney's fees of $150.00, the cost of suit and interest in favor of plaintiffs. Dated this 14th day of April, 1933 CL ,LDE O. BANIXrI'CK. Sheriff P,v L. E. AN-DER.qON. Deptity First ,,bllcatton April 15. 1933. A. G. WORTHINGTON BotheU Washington Saturday, May 27. 1933 IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF the State of "Washington for King ! County. In Probate. ,In the Matter of the Estate of Anna ! %Vright Tussinger and George W. i Tussinger, her husband both de- ceased. No. 56817. Notice to Creditors. NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE OF: Notice is hereby given that the un- REAL ESTATE .dersigned ha= been appointed and has State of Washington, County of King, 'qualified as administratrix of the ss. Sheriff's Office. 'estate of Anna Wright Tussinger and By virtue of an Order of Sale iS-'Georg e W. Tussinger, both deceased; sued out of the Honorable Superior;tha t all persons having claims against Court of King County, on the 17th 'said deceased are hereby required to day of April, 1933, by the Clerk there- :serve the same duly verified, on said of in the case of David M. Boyd. administratrix or her attorney of re- Maintiff, vs. Gust Person and Lempi cord at the address below stated, and Julia Person, his wife;K. R. Met- file the same with the Clerk of said eereau and Jane Doe Mercereau. his'Court, together with proof of such wife; J. C Foster and Jane Doe Fos- ', service within six months after the ter, his wife; S. G. Hepler and Jane date of first publication of this notice Doe I-Iepler, his wife; Association or the same will be barred. Collectors, Inc., a corporation: Ta- i Date of first publication, May 6, coma Sash & Door Co.. a corpora-,1933 tion, M. Webster and Olympian Stone I BEATRICE A. REYNOLDS Co., a corporation, defendants. No. I Administratrix of said Estate 261489, and to me, as Sheriff, directed iA. G. WORTHINGTON--Attorney for and delivered: { Estate, Bothell, Washington. ('vllil's as I,i= as a niilk IJ,ttle. llut in ali, ffher few weeks he'll lie drilikill ii Illtth, ,t" niilk daily. {)lie lie lhe ll'enl;illirt, ilit'allL iiiirsod t ]it.allll aiid strengl:h ill the |nfluli liiciillatt,r wliich will lie lil. ,t" the exhilfits at A t'elitllrV lip lli'lli'c.. Exj.tsitim ill ('hicag',. Tile ili- 1"11}lill'l i ,l]crliii'd Iv Iir. M. A. ('lllllOV. Tliert, i lltl i.hal'g0 f'l cal'e lit" tht: iilPlilils, as llulllie siills.rillti,n, ceased; R. J. Logan and Candace K. SOLDIER DEAD TO Logan, his wife; Tonie Larson. an unmarried man; Tawa Investment ConH,any. a corporation. Ida G. Childs BE HONORED MAY and John Doe Childs, her husband, whose true Christian name is un- knwntPlaintiff;LuiseM''nd;ii;-' 30 AT I Alma T. Jacob.-mn; Gertr WASHELLI Amick; William S. Schulz. ually and as Trustee for Helen Louise .. Amick, a minor, and said Helen: Louise Amick. a minor, defendants. No. 254218. and to me, as Sheriff, di- Colonel Bert C. s, commanding rected and delivered: officer of the 383rd regime'at. U. S. Notice is hereby given, that I will proceed to sell at public auction to the Infantry, and well known Seattle vet- i highest bidder for cash, within the eran. will deliver the address at Me- hours prescribed by law for Sheriff's mortal Day services to be held Tues- sales, to-wit: at Ten o'clock a. m. on the 1st day of July. 1933> before the day, May 30, in Veterans' Memorial Court House door of King County, Cemetery at Washelli. Jefferson Street entrance, at Seattle, in the State of Washington, the fol- This announcement was made today lowing described property, situated in by Earl Scott, chairman of the board King County, State of Washington, to- wit: of trustees, Veterans of Foreign Wars. Lot Two (2), NE Quarter of the Services will begin at noon, when a t NW Quarter, and, SE QLrter of the NW Quarter; All in Sec. 18, battery of war-scarred_Fnch "75's" REGISTRATION IN ORDER FOR THE SUMMER CAMPS Hundreds of boys throughout the county are anxiously awaiting the op- ening of the Y. M. C. A. summer camps, Orcilla on Cress Island in the San Juans and Friendly Indian on Lake Washington near Bellevue. Ideally situated for a full realiza- tion of the inspiration and beauty of out of door.s, both camps will continue with pro-depression policies, operating with a full personnel of leadership and a better program of activities The precamp slogan "We shall not be intimidated" bodes ill for mourners Twp. 20 North, Range 6 E. '. M. manned by Battery F, 146th Field Ar- less the following: Beginning at tillery, Washington National Guard and bogey hard times. the NE corner of the NW Quarter of Sec. 18, Twp. 20 No. Range 6, ound a tribute to those who have The growth in body and character E. W. M. thence south along the given their lives for their country. Of boys will not wait for better times. East line of said NW Quarter 60 rods; thence westerly parallel to Captain Pearl Roundy will be in corn- Hence camp directors arc meeting the the north line of said Sec. 13 1/3 mand. "The Star Spangled Banner" situation with reduced rates. The therdS;eastthenceline northerlYof said parallelnorthwesttO will be played by the 146th Field At- King county period for Camp Orcilla quarter, 60 rods to north line of tillery Band, directed by W. G. Mar- has been reduced to -10.00 for the per- said section; thence east 13 1/3 shall rods to point of beginning; also, l iod July 29 to Aug. 7 and this in turn except county and state roads. A parade to the veterans' plot will will be reduced to 39.00 if the fee is levied on as the property of all of form at 1:50 in Washelli, with Major paid by July 1. This is the first time the said defendants herein, to satisfy a judgment of a foreclosure of a C. R. Christie as marshall. Services in six years that King County boys mortgage against the hereinabove de- proper wil begin at 2 o'clock, with R. Ihave not had the opening period. scribed property, amounting to Eleven thousand six hundred thirty one and H. Vivian leading the assembly in reather will be better, fishing will be 25. 100 ($11,631.25 Dollars attorney's song. Harry Dorman will lead in the at its peak. and the rough spots in fees of $750.o0. the cost of suit and I pledge of allegiance and .alute to the camp operation will have been elimi- interest in favor of plaintiff. Dated this 22nd day of May, 1933. colors, after which Rabbi Samuel hated. CLAUDE G. BANNICK, Sheriff. Koch will give the invocation. Mrs. For the Friendly Indian Camp, fees By L. E. Anderson. Deputy. First publication May 27, 1933. Bert C. Ross will sing. have been reduced from $9.00 to $7.00 Wreaths will be placed on a sym-! for the period Aug. 15 to 22. CARL J. SMITH bolic grave by veterans, auxiliaries. Further information -egading both Dexter Her!on Bldg. patriotic and civic organizations and camps may be obtained through the IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF consuls of former allied nations. A "Y" at Seatle, King County branch, or the Stat,, of Washington, for the firing squad from West Seattle Post through th local registrar, Carlton J. County of King. In Probate. No. 160, American Legion, will pay Ericksen, at the Ericksen store. In the Matter of the Estate of Jacob Venta. alias Jack Wenta. deceased, its respects, and taps will be sounded. As an inducement to early registra- No. 55740. Notice of Hearing Final tion the first 20 boys to register for Reporttion. and Petition for Distribn- MOTItER'S PRECIOUS the Friendly Indian camp will be given Notice is hereby given that A.W. Fond Mother: I hope my little darn an all day boat trip on the Sound and Quist, administrator of the Estate of Jacob Venta, alias Jack Wenta. de- ing has been as good as gold all day. lthe first town to reach its quota for ceased, has filed in the office of the Nurse: No, ma'am, he went off the]Camp Orcilla will be given a similar 'Clerk of said Court his final Report gold standard about tea-time. {trip. and petition for distribution, asking the Court to settle said Report. dis- ONLY A BOY [ Registrations involve the payment tribute the property to the persons of $1.00. tbe balance to be paid at any thereto entitled and to discharge said Teacher: Why, Tommy, surely you time in an)" amounts. Thc local reg- administrator: and that said Report know what the word mirror means. and petition will be heard on the 22rid istrars are cting as bankers as well day of June, I933, at 9:30 a. m., at %Vhat do you look at after Yu'veso that the boys might more effect- the Court Room of the Probate de- washed, to see if your face is clean?lively save their money. partment of said court. Dated this 24th day of May, 1933. Tommy: The towel, ma'am. ABE N'. OLSON, w Clerk of said Court. The time employed and the expenses C.E. GREASON, M. D. By E. N. SEARS. Deputy. Notice is hereby given, That I will " " I ICARL J. :MITH. Attorney for ad- incurred in liquidating failed b[nks lhysician and Surgeon the person and estate of Peder J. iproceed to sell at public aucttor to IGHT & llVRIGlt r [ ministrator, 1173 Dexter Horton have proved an actual scandal in the Bldg., Seattle. Corner Firlt and Fir 51al. Ronnei, a minor, Plaintiff, vs. Charles the highest bidder for cash. within Burke ]Building [ First publication May 27. 1933. banking community of this country. Gassar, E. A. Brooks and Gordon Ja- the hours prescribed by law for Sher-' - 1:. S. ,enator Oarer Glass. Bothell W=,h. C '~- S5 | 65. , 0-un, administrator of tbe estate of iff's to-wlt: at tc e'eeek'!-N" rr=" .gTTPERIOR COI'RT OF} George Jacobson, deeesed, Defend- a. m., on the 27th day. of May 1933.' The State of Washington for King' Insurance('ILl'q" M. BuildillgFOUTN aa. ants. No. 261022, and to me. as Sher- before the Court House door of King Count)'. In Probate. iff, directed and delivered: Connty, Jefferson .treet entranoe, at In the Matter of the Estate of Mary IN TIlE SI'PERIOR COURT OF Notice is hereby given, that I will Seattle, in the State of Vqashingtn. A. Hampton, deceased. No. 56818.1 the State of Washington for King proceed to sell at public auct,on to the the following described property, situ- Notice to Creditors. Coun,v. ',, "r"= make sick radi0s well highest bidder for cash, within tile ated in King (7ounty. State of 'ash- Notice is hereby given that the un- In the Matter of lhe l,]tale c,f P(qcr hours prescribed by law for Sheriff's ! ington, to-wit: dcr.<7.ncd ha. hccn appm:.:ted ar..- h An4or<o .,*.'e*,.-L N.o. 7,7(,C:: N,- Tho East one-half fE w ) of the qualified as executor of the estate of tice to Cre,li'ors. sales, to-wit: at Ten o'clock A. M., on: Notice i hereby g!,.'gn thai the un- <,. <,, =ace ,3., 00o,o,o one,=,, o, ,..o ..o,,....=, ..,, h:,: ,,.we well radios better Court house door of King County. Jef- quarter (,x,'V'i) of the Northeast persons having c:aims again-t sald qualified :is :ldul:.n:.::tt'ator O[ the es- ferson Street entrance, at Seattle. in qamrter (NE) of the .outhca.t de.ceased arc hereby required :o serve tare of Pe:e!' And(,:cm, deceased; that the State of %Vmhington, the fo!lowina" quarter (SE) of .eetion Twenty- the same. dtIy verified, on ,ai,J exe- all peroi. havin e',ahns 3aiy:t said County, State of Washington. to-wit: North Range Ftvo (5 Ha.t '. M.. address below stated, and file the hem:.nitrat,:same. dUIYo! hiVe:ified'a:tnraevCm ofaldrccodad" Lots Six (6). Seven (7) and Eight exoept Cnunty Road, situate in Kin same with the Clerk of sai,i C,u:t. +o- a. th,, ,.:,i.,., .*,ot,-,w lalo,l. l:a,l file (8), Kirkland Acre Tracts, levied on Connty %Vashinton: gether with proof of such ervice tLe <an:e w:th 'h,. ,qe:k of :lld c)u!. as the properW of all of the said de- levied on a the proper',)" f all f within six months after the date of t<,gh(,i ",v!'h l,:<,,>f ,,f :lch so:vco fendants hereir,, to satisfy a judgment the said defendants herein, to sat:.sfy first publication of this notice or the witlun ix m-::t'., :ftel tho d'to f f a foreclosure of a mortgage amount- a judgment of a foreclo,qure of a same will be barred, first puhliatirm nf *h:. :re!ice o!" ',he ing to Nine hundred eighty-one and mortgage amount!ng to One thousand Date of first publication Apri: 29th, sameDateWi;iof befirst',,,',,,,,:,,,,, ,,,> Guaranteed ,,,,'a:e Service 27,/100 ($981.27) Dollars, attorney' five hundred and no'l $1,500.01 1933. 1933. fall of $100.00, $20.75 for title search Dollars attorney's ft. of $1ti0.$tl. $1.40' ELIAS A. %VRIGHT, C.A. ANDERSON. the cost of suit and interest il favor roeordlng fe, the ot of su!t and In-' Executor of said Estate. Administrator with will annexed of 0fplalntiff. tere.,d: it favor nf plaintiff. IAddress 400 Burke Building. Sattle. said i-:t,r, I)ick [[allnall ]larl'v ]an,'lister Dated this 3rl day of May. 1938. Datad tht lg.*h dqv f April. 1.M ' V(ashinton. Addre> 610 f.,,,:-,,ace P, uil,lln. Se- "[;tl*]lO]] "P}l(l/O ;9 ", CI,AI'DE G. IN'NIC'K, iri(f. Ct,AI'D  r4.%N."Ne'K h:!f:i,'RIGbl'I" & WRIGttT. A't >:e',- fo, atl,-. \\;V<,h .r" .; C}tA:: M I.'("T .\\;" .>:,,.v f,: I'T- P.v l, I'L Andor.on. Doputy. gy 1, F. AN'TR.-xN .p,py ! E<ato. 4,''+ Y.urko P,u!hiP:= r:,ale "'',. 'l l ' ' : : . -:, " ,< Fils: p';!.: : <m May 6. 1933. "F'irf publication Ap:i: ??. 1933 \\;Vas: , \\;',,-. . t i [