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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 11 August 1905

Friday. Aug. 11, 1905 ■EL J. P. AGNEW. County Auditor. A. L. VALENTINE County Surveyor. /MB J"Bfc^ xr >■ H\ JOHN W. PETER. Assessor King County. THE SEATTLE REPUBLICAN P. J. SMITH. Commissioner 3rd Commissioner District. / ■ ' ma' I CHARLES BAKER. Commissioner Ist Commissioner District. DAN H. ABRAMS. Commissioner 2nd Commissioner District. m m MATT H. GORMLEY. rreasurer King County. ,'Jm X T. P. STOREY. County Superintendent Schools. ■I Bbf~^^B Bk^ I^fl ;\ '■'i":' jMPfi^:<^ai^<B^*' # '^H ' ■■ DR. F. M. CARROLL Coroner King County.

Publication Title: Seattle Republican, The
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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 11 August 1905

Prior to 1851 what is now the County of King, in the State of Washington, had been merely visited by men other than the native Indians. When Capt. George Vancouver, the British explorer, was on Puget Sound, in 1792, he spent a number of days in the vicinity, near the present Port Blakely, Port Orchard and the waters further south. Though he made no record of anything here abouts, he marked the shore line on his map, and indented it properly where the harbor of Seattle is to be found. When the American explorer, Capt. Charles Wilkes, was here, in 1841, he was almost as indifferent to the site of the future great city of the North Pa cific Coast as Vancouver before him had been. In the published report in common use no mention is made of the bay and adjacent lands, but the bay appears on the accompanying map. Though there unmarked, it is understood that the name Elliott was given by Wilkes to the bay, as two men of that name were here with him in subordinate capacities. It would be be...

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Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 11 August 1905

Friday, Aug. 11, 1905 LOGGEDOFF LANDS. On Railroad. On Salt Water. On Fine County Roads. Convenient to Market. Best Soil in Western Washington, Cedar and Alder Bottom. $15.00 to $20.00 Per Acre. $5.00 Cash, Balance to Suit. Sold in 10, 20, 40 Acre Tracts. Agriculture is the leading industry in the state of Washington, and it is becoming more important every day, particularly in the western part of the state. The value of the logged off lands in Western Washington is being demonstrated year after year by plucky farmers who go upon the fertile valley lands, clear them for cultivation and in a few years acquire competence. There is no place like Western Washington for dairying. As soon as the logs and brush, left after clearing the land of timber, have been burned, a little timothy and clover sown among the stumps will produce most excellent pastorage, which is green the year round. There is an abundance of clear, fresh water; the climate is mild and equable, and everything is favorabl...

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Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 11 August 1905

COUNTY OFFICIALS Kenneth Mackintosh. The prosecuting attorney of King county is doing his first public act. He is a native son of the county and is the son of an old pioneer. His term of office expires in 1906. He being a Re publican and the county having a normal Republican majority of 10,000, he will succeed himself. Boyd J. Tallman. Seattle and during all that time he has followed his pro fession. Five years ago he was elected one of the superior court judges of King county and was re-elected last year. He is considered one of the most efficient judges that has ever presided over a branch of the superior court of this state. He is a Republican. L. C. Smith. The present sheriff of King county is one of the most popular officials at the court house. He was elected last year and will be up for re-election next year. Barring seven years, L. C. Smith has spent his life on a farm and still lives on his farm near Auburn. He is in middle life, a life long Republican and will succeed hims...

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Page 29 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 11 August 1905

Friday, Aug. 11,1905 CHARLES H. LILLY is one of the most progressive as well as one of the most suc cessful men of the Pacific Northwest. It has been a few years, seventeen or eighteen, that Mr. Lilly came to this coast from a small farming town in the state of Illinois, his principal cap ital being a determination to remain in the far west, study the commercial opportunities and make a place for himself in the business life he should find. From a beginning consisting of a half dozen bales of hay which he sold on commission to owners of express wagons, he has emerged as the sole owner of a business that em ploys several hundred men and embraces several lines of business connected with products of the soil. His milling operations and his wholesale as well as retail business in farming, garden and lawn supplies, together with his inter ests in steamboats an dshipping investments, makes him a very striking factor in the growing development of Puget Sound. Mr. Lilly is still a young man...

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Page 30 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 11 August 1905

rSi I mm LJ HOLMES FURNITURE CO. BUILDING. * ... . ■■■■■ I -*■■ . PPP r^" • »»»• il^- i^MMu T^H X "?*" —-»»^B L^^K jES/^t' HmHbkJ fi*ij stiffs iSv "3v 3ra bS "**^^^>s9Kr;'^^B Hwv M *^H : - ■ > J**. • I ■. I- 1 Ji'l ffii^,, • 3* THE SEATTLE REPUBLICAN WALKER BUILDING. Established 1853 Puget Mill Co. Fir Lumber, Flooring, Lath, Spars and Piles We Make a Specialty of Cargo Shipments to All Parts of the World jz? MILLS AT PORT GAMBLE AND PORT LUDLOW, WASH. Capacity 500,000 Ft. Each JO Hour Day CYRUS WALKER, Manager, Port Ludlow POPE & TALBOT, Agents 314 California St. SAM FRANCISCO, - - - CAL. TALBOT-WALKEB, CO. BUFLDIIfO. **!§g £11,—4**""" "' I f *-^9] Wm '~1~ - - 1 NEW WALKER BUILDING. Friday, Aug. 11,1905

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Page 31 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 11 August 1905

Friday, Aug. 11, 1905 9 aKri|£jf/vfl BSH*9 Bu! ill I; i,: ir,. L.. i ■■ in 1 ■nmiiiii^i.ii --L ' -ittiiiMi .A'tL.'.iU.^AjJlll f^i^liMiiii nfiiif «*&**»~ a* ». ■nil • ■' 1 '"' C— • BM^^r-1. H^fffilSi^Bi '^lL!-jtr"^ ii v mil ■ I' I F^"^^^B. i' ffr n ■U ji gag i?bH| BaL li~™ —■~~-— THE SEATTLE REPUBLICAN PUGET HILL CO.'S MILLS, PORT GAMBLE, WASHINGTON. PUGET MIL*. CO.'S MIIiIiS, FORT LUDLOW, WASH., UNDER CONSTRUCTION, 1905.

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Page 32 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 11 August 1905

m ' MMM H^, _jHI r H*> w HP, f^ ""■ -1 1 ■I * % «■■» uiiiminn ff/lmM U hI 1 1/ \■ "" I F* MM W A £i 3 ■/I r yjß I &b$M MBSFr i %\ 'HHHHH iB /9 Hj f 1 HB it H /W Jtßm ■J^j^i? X 1 1 kmA 1 \\l • S ■821 I ' "•"•HJ Hk« __ HB s-H h . .^awl Lli 1 jbl I Bl fnl: 5* ■ t "'Ji w • -.^fl HBmHHHHHKIHWhI aMBOHJMK ii l( i iiiiinujtfiiiifl K>J (I fjf' i 1 -a^HH^ttl fi &/ *. Vj PUGET SOUND POWER COMPANY That the country immediately adjacent to Puget Sound is to be one of the great industrial and commercial centres of the world there is every reason to believe. Geographically, it has an unsurpassed position of indus trial and commercial importance, with untold wealth of resources. The future of the Puget Sound country is not entirely a matter of surmise. The past and present give a definite basis for calculation. The Pacific Northwest is no longer an unknown quantity; it has shown what it can do while still almost undeveloped. Young as it is, it has passed through the "boom" stage of a n...

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Page 33 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 11 August 1905

Friday. Aug. 11, 1905 _,„,.._ .miii.iii.MiiiiiiiMirwffMtnJ^iliiwnitf ■ *ff / / jML ik. *.> iiHM nrl at V**" '»—■■** »sf-~j i B. • <Mcr A-SSESSSmBBMISBUr^I hm» „ X - ha« ». . - -—ii /In m MfKSL ■ I HB^T ' JfIBBW \ —" *PT " -S»L .LIB rfl ■B^MpfflH Ufl Ekk \ ■■■.»■ - I Iwn FmBmBIH ■ vVn BBT&JChm bnTS He \ -~n»jt.~"-<-jr I ■ • I'-rivTit IWr Hi * ■>»■ ittJatfeffl XJB wF^- n Ml wL Jv #V' Ji ■Kr "■ at,..—---.t- -■fcp4:c^lpaaa*" '- Af -"■ V J/ SI 1 IB 5 . Sttr *V of Mount Rainier, the highest mountain in the United States. Stone & Webster were the engineers of this undertaking, and the initial generating plant of 20,000 horse power was completed and put in operation in the sum mer of 1904; and the power generated transmitted electrically to Seattle, Tacoma, and their adjacent towns. The design consists of diverting the Puyallup River just below the junc tion with the Mowich, and carrying the water by means of a flume ten miles to a reservoir located on a high plateau, an...

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Page 34 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 11 August 1905

—,#- ♦t-^rf^^-^ l* lTl^^^ liiiiiMitfHflff*^ • ■ ■ ■***' ir<a?*fhM ■ m w^rfl^Tft^ 1 xH works of raffi*S"\B"Ja»»^lflir I MORAN BROS. COMPANY E ** "~~~^=::::: -^:::^^r~^?^^^~5"'*BBB j^ I &TE.EU»no WOOD SHIPBUILDERS H '^"-^T*?^*^"^.^*"'^' —~-—^^^^^^^^^^^ftßßMß^^ CONTRACTORS FOR - —^ '—■ ■—.— I U.S. BATTLESHIP NEBRASKA H —-^!!t^r^^^lrr*^^^l!^-_*--^ jj IB SEATTLE ." WASH. - . "•"-!»■— ■*j^ M< _"^ '' ""*^"-^H| THE SEATTLE REPUBLICAN Friday, Aug. 11, 1905

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Page 35 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 11 August 1905

Richard A. Ballinger is Seattle's model mayor. He has filled the office for eighteen months and during that time, with the aid of the chief of police, has driven out the hoodlums that had flocked here and has made Seattle a decent a town as if it were a thousand miles inland. So excellent a mayor has Mr. Ballinger made that the citizens are willing to chip in and increase the salary to $10,000 per year, if he will but accept a renomination and elec tion. He is a Republican and can succeed himself at the expiration of his term if he so desires. He is a practicing attorney and of the firm of Ballinger, Battle & Ronald. John Riplinger is serving his second term as city comptroller. He is a very popular official and, if he would but ask, he could be nominated for mayor at the expiration of his present term in 190 C. He has been a resident of Seattle for fifteen years, hailing from Minnesota, and is a Republican in politics. Samuel F. Rathbun, the city treasurer, is a very popular of...

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Page 36 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 11 August 1905

A CLOSE VIEW OF THE HOTEL WASHINGTON, THE SCENIC HOTEL OF THE WORLD, AND THE NEW MOORE THEATRE, NOW IN COURSE OF CONSTRUCTION. This photographic reproduction, at short range, of the Hotel Washington, of Seattle, and the proposed theat rical improvements, conveys inadequately the excellence of the hotel and the magnificence of its location. The Washington is situated on a great, natural eminence in the heart of Seattle, and, during the progress of years, a metropolis of 180,000 people has built up on the square miles lying about its feet. No hotel in any city has been more favored by natural conditions than has the Washington. East, West, North and South stretch out the un surpassed grandeur of bay and lake and unending, busy streets, and in the dimmer distance, the snow-capped moun tains. The Washington is the best appointed tourist and commercial hotel on the Pacific Coast: and the policy of its owners has been such as to make the great hostelry famous throughout the length and bre...

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Page 37 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 11 August 1905

SEATTLE REPUBLICAN VOL. XII. NO. 11 The Seattle Republican Established May, 189 H. R. Cayton Editor and Publisher Susie Revels CayUn ....Associate SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One Year 52.00 Six Months ...« 1.00 Three Months -60 Published every Friday at 214 Columbia St Entered at the Postoffice at Seattle as Second class Mail Matter. SEE SEATTLE. Prospects of peace between Japan and Russia are far from flattering. Japan may have the art of fighting down to a perfect state, but she is sadly lacking in international diplomacy. We take pleasure in presenting our read ers with Greater Seattle, which will enable even those far away to see Seattle almost as she is. King Leopold is perfectly safe with an anarchist as his chaffeur, as the anarchist knows Leopold is perfectly harmless as a European monarch. That Jsiew Orleans is doomed to be swept by another terrible yellow fever scourge those acquainted with the movements of that dread disease now fully realize. The resignation of its chief counsel...

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Page 38 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 11 August 1905

A CLOSE VIEW OF THE HOTEL WASHINGTON. THE SCENIC HOTEL OF THE WORLD. AND THE NEW This photographic reproduction, at short range, of the Hotel Washington, of Seattle, and the proposed theat rical improvements, conveys inadequately the excellence of the hotel and the magnificence of its location. The Washington is situated on a great, natural eminence in the heart of Seattle, and. during the progress of years, a metropolis of 180,000 people has built up on the square miles lying about its feet. No hotel in any city has been more favored by natural conditions than has the Washington. East, West, North and South stretch out the un surpassed grandeur of bay and lake and unending, busy streets, and in the dimmer distance, the snow-capped moun tains. The Washington is the best appointed tourist and commercial hotel on the Pacific Coast: and the policy of its owners has been such as to make the great hostelry famous throughout the length and breadth of the entire world. I P|^ J QUALITY I I ...

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Page 39 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 11 August 1905

SEATTLE REPUBLICAN VOL. XII. NO. 11 The Seattle Republican EBtabli«hed M»y, 189 H. R. Cayton Editor and Publisher Susie Revels Caytan Associate SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One Year $2.00 Six Months ...« 1.00 Three Months -60 Published every Friday at 214 Columbia St Entered at the Postofflce at Seattle as Second- class Mail Matter. SEE SEATTLE. Prospects of peace between Japan and Russia are far from flattering. Japan may have the art of fighting down to a perfect state, but she is sadly lacking in international diplomacy. We take pleasure in presenting our read ers with Greater Seattle, which will enable even those far away to see Seattle almost as she is. King Leopold is perfectly safe with an anarchist as his chaffeur, as the anarchist knows Leopold is perfectly harmless as a European monarch. That New Orleans is doomed to be swept by another terrible yellow fever scourge those acquainted with the movements of that dread disease now fully realize. The resignation of its chief counselor h...

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Page 40 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 11 August 1905

IN THE JUSTICE COURT, BEFORE the Honorable John B. Gordon, Jus tice of the Peace, Seattle Precinct, King County, Washington. Northwestern Dairy Company, a corporation, Plaintiff, vs. Jane Doe MeCrabb, sometimes known as Mary MeCrabb, Defendant.—Summons by Publication. State of Washington, County of King —ss. To the defendant Jane Doe Mc- Crabb, sometimes known as Mary McCrabb, whose true Christian name to plaintiff is unknown: In the name of the State of Wash- You are hereby notified that the Northwestern Qairy Company, a cor poration, plaintiff in the above en titled cause, has filed a complaint against you in the above entitled Court, which will come on to be heard at my office in the Municipal Court Room in the City Hall of the City of Seattle, King County, Wash ington, on the 12th day of September, A. D. 1905, at the hour of 8:30 o'clock A. M., and unless you appeal and then and there answer, the same will be taken as confessed and the de mand of the plaintiff granted. The objec...

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Page 41 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 11 August 1905

Friday, Aug. 11,1905 IN THE SUPERIOR COURT, KING County, Washington. . In the matter of the estate of Wil liam Jeffery, Deceased. —No. 642*2. Notice of Appointment and Notice to Creditors. The undersigned has been duly appointed and qualified as adminis trator of the estate of William Jef fery, deceased, late of King County, Washington. Notice is hereby given that all per sons having claims against the said William Jeffery, deceased, or against his estate, shall present said claims with the necessary vouchers to the undersigned administrator at the of fice of H. E. Foster, 606 Marion Building, Seattle, this office being the place for the transaction of the business of said estate, within one year from the date of the first pub lication of this notice, to-wit, with in one year from the 11th day ot August, 1095; otherwise said claims will be forever barred. JACOB HAAS. Administrator of the Estate of Wil liam Jeffery, Deceased. First publication, August 11th, 1905. , , Last publication...

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Page 42 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 11 August 1905

PERSONAL. The picnic given across Lake Washington, which was made up by Mr. John T. Gayton in honor of Mrs. Redmond, who is visiting in the city with her sister, Mrs. Cayton, was well attended and a most enjoyable time was had by all present. Mr. Gayton is a splendid entertainer and never does things by halves. A number of young folk surprised Miss Scott of Kansas City, who is stopping at the home of Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Clark, last Wednesday evening, and one of the pleasant evenings of the season was spent by those present. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Stokes, a sis ter and a friend from St. Louis, Mo., of Spokane spent a few hours in the city last Wednesday on their return from Portland and the fair. Mr. Stokes is one of Spokane's best citi zens. Dr. Fitzbuttler, who has been stop ping at the Stander for the past ten days on account of the breaking down of the Dakota, which started for Ma nila, but had to put back, finally start ed for his future island home last Thursday. The doctor has a br...

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Page 43 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 11 August 1905

PERSONAL. The picnic given across Lake Washington, which was made up by Mr. John T. Gayton in honor of Mrs. Redmond, who is visiting in the city with her sister, Mrs. Cayton, was well attended and a most enjoyable time was had by all present. Mr. Gayton is a splendid entertainer and never does things by halves. A number of young folk surprised Miss Scott of Kansas City, who is stopping at the home of Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Clark, last Wednesday evening, and one of the pleasant evenings of the season was spent by those present. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Stokes, a sis ter and a friend from St. Louis, Mo., of Spokane spent a few hours in the city last Wednesday on their return from Portland and the fair. Mr. Stokes is one of Spokane's best citi zens. \ Dr. Fitzbuttler, who has been stop ping at the Stander for the past ten days on account of the breaking down of the Dakota, which started for Ma nila, but had to put back, finally start ed for his future island home last Thursday. The doctor has a ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 18 August 1905

SEATTLE REPUBLICAN VOL. XII. NO. 12 TALES OF THE TOWN Taboo the Automobiles. That automobiles are nice things beyond description exery one is willing to admit. but there are places where even "nice things" should not be permitted to be on exhibition, and the public parks of this city are some of the places where the automobile should be forbidden the right to trespass. In the parks, and especially on Sundays, are always congregated hundreds and thousands of children, and the chances of them being 1 run over by autos are ten to one over the horse and buggy. Even should the child not be actually run over, it is almost fright ened out of its wits by the noiseless gliding by. The sum and substance of the whole matter is, it's a most dangerous thing for automobiles to go shooting 1 through the parks like a streak of greased lightning— frightening women and children half to death. An ordinance making it a misde meanor for the automobile to be driven through the public parks, especially on...

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