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Waviindi in Standard
MEFEORO LO J i C AL. f % c • V .■»\• •■* Ih\. VV-. f I ? . r - . i I Y• • • t - \ :.•»* it f'.i. 1 . ■' t v . j A 14- • < i ■ » i . i. \i;v i.o* V . 1.1 li. V! 1 " • ; . ".i* D.. uti JM. . - . y • •!> 7. ct" i\ i rainy 1 - . HVeDt.'e ' i ' "' v> I WvW W Have y..u paid your taxes? .he .1 ,si ason closed on the tirst ills - . '■ "rge I Sanies is report.-d ill with gripp.. Tim Catholic Fair ;a<t week netted over jsl.uqq. son was born Monday to tiie wife ol Leo iloyal. lid. Webster left Saturday on a visit to Nebraska. Judge Cordon was in the city from Spokane, this week. Mrs. J. (S. Bolster lias been quite iii tiie past few days. Mrs. T. N. Allen is home from tt visit to Seattle friends. Mrs. Ceo. Whiteside, of Chambers Prairie, is seriously ill. A son was born on the Ist inst. to the wife of K. H. Smith. Fred Lewis will organize a grange southeast of Yeltn to-night. Ceorge Diehl. of Delphi, was a visitor to our city, Tuesday. Albert Brutker made a business trip to Aberdeen, Wednesday. Miss Birdie Kegley went to Seattle this week for a visit to friends. L. I k Sanger, of Summit Lake, was a caller at our office, Wednesday. Olyinpia Typographical Union will bold a social session Sunday night. The Pythian Sisters will give a card party at K. of P. hall to-night. Jos. L.Oliver and Miss Ida Dooley were recently married at Little Rock. Miss Ida Willey lias returned to Bordeaux after a visit to friends here. A. O. Damon, of Gray's Harbor, was up on a visit to friends here this week. Mr. S. I). Smith has returned from a several weeks' visit to down Sound points. Miss Josephine Oppenheimer left Wednesday for a visit to friends in Portland. Judge Robinson returned Wednes day from a several days' visit to Aberdeen. Miss Florence Hayeox, a teacher at the Washington school, is ill with appendicitis. David Chambers, of Ashland, Ogn., has been visiting relatives here the past few days. Mike O'Connor will hereafter have charge of the local U. S. Weather Bureau service. Mrs. Peter McKenzie, of Mud Bay, was on a visit to friends in the city, a few days ago, Mr. F. H. Scott, the well-known grocer, has returned from an extend ed Eastern trip. A daughter was born to the wife of State Printer C. W. Gorham, at Snohomish, Sunday. George Gaston and family have moved into their new home on Main and Fifteenth streets. Thomas Chambers, of Yelm, came in Wednesday to pay his taxes and greet his many friends. Burglars, Friday night, broke into Jim Dofflemyer's earpenter-shop and stole a number of tools. Mrs. Emma Stone, of Brighton Park, will soon leave for Alberta, Canada, to join her husband. Mrs. Hosher, of Sunset Beach, was up this week on a visit to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Graham. Mrs. H. M. Porter, of Philadelphia, arrived in this city, Wednesday, for a visit with Miss Louise Ayer. Mrs. T. D. Young went to Che halis this week, having been called there by the illness of her sister. Chas. Simpkins, father of Mrs. Fred. Harmon, of this city, died in Tacoma, Monday, at the age of 62. Mrs. E. M. Moore has returned to her home in Tacoma after a visit to Mrs. Chas. Johnson, at South Bay. Eggs retail at 17$ c per dozen; but ter, creamery, 8l)o per two-pound roll; ranch, 65c per two-pound roll. Miles Borden, the "Buttermilk Man," died Monday night of small pox. He was about 70 years of age. Mrs. Katie Miller and nephew, Joseph Miller, of Elma, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Win. Schinke, at South Bay. Mrs. Howard and two children, of Black Lake, left Monday for Chad wick, Missouri, where they will re side. The residence of Mrs. Eunson was entered Friday night and ransacked from top to bottom, but nothing was stolen. The many friends of P. M. Troy will be pleased to learn that he has quite recovered from his late severe illness. Ben Turner was in from South Bay Wednesday. We are pleased to note that he is regaining his usual good health. Walter Chambers, who lately sold his butcher shop at North Yakima, is now in California seeking a new location. Mrs. J. N. McWilliams, of lvangley, Wash., is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Raymond, of Cham bers Prairie. The second annual horse show will bo held in Athletic Park, beginning May 15th. C. M. Hartwell is man aging the affair. Mrs. Frank Morris has returned to her home at Sunnyside after a visit to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mathe son, on Eastside. It is a pity that the old, historic Methodist Church has fallen into hands that may devote it to " Holy Roller ' meetings. Andrew Cummings, Steve, John and Joseph Zimmerman, were each fined ?!»• and costs in Justice Giggy's court at Little Rock, this week, for hunting deer out of season. lie ' •<> • onn.il. Monday night mt r. »ln. • d an »rdinan<-e to . bang, th.- jH.und units to eov. r additiona W *'>ts"hlr property. ' c arles Marvin, of S -attie. has pur. ha-e.i the Hamard farm, s.uitli east of this city, and will engage ex !• !:si\;y'm dairy C. or-. S 11..[.kins, ~f \ i,. wa ie r tnis week on a \isit t,. i... parents. Mr. and Mrs. L. Ilopk is. who are both quite ill. Frank Stevens, of Bank l.ak . q .t e ill ~f dropsy, il" is , 1 cor by the family of John '• 'is >y. ; who are very attentive to him. Deo. S. Duby will move iis , s • less" t«» the new Lemon 1. .i d ng . .r : ner of Fourth and Frank 1 as ».n(t) : as that Struct lire is e. iii; J.i. Nat 11 lenn a 1 f.eni'y have re 1 turned from Fresno. Cm. to aga n ; make Olympia tlieir home. Ihey I moved to that . ity aiiout a year ago. Dan Flood, a logg-T. u, -i known hereabouts, was oun»;d.Tabiy bruised bv h'ing thrown from a street-ear by its motion, in Ta-otna Tuesday i night. i It is said that Mrs J. D. Knox will so oi begin the eonstruetion of a $15.- iMtu apartment house on her property. ! corner of Third and Washington Streets. The first log-train from the I Slack Hills since the shut-down several months ago. . ante in Tuesday. A train of ears will bring in logs daily hereafter. John Heath and Miss iSertlia Rob ertson were married Tuesday. They have returned from a brief wedding trip down the Sound and will reside at Tumwater. The claim of John Ignash against the city for :?2ff damages to bis horse and wagon by a hole in the Eustsido bridge, lias been allowed by the Citv Council. The Olyiupia Lumber Company lias applied for p 'rmission to build a spur railway from the Port Town send S vjthern along the beach to their mill yards. Many prominent members of the local lodge K. of P. went to Tacoma yesterday, to attend a gathering of the elans in honor of a visit by the Supreme Chancellor. Jessie Mays lias instituted pro ceedings in the Superior Court for divo've from her husband, Lewis Mays. She alleges cruelty, non-sup port and drunkenness. A. J. Hanlein and Mrs. Adele Johnson, of Tacoma, were united in marriage in this city. Monday even ing. by Rev Kingsley Norris of the Congregational Church. E. A. Stauffaeher and I. H. Dye, of Mud Bay, and George Diehl, of Delphi, were in town this week and added their names to the Stanuaku's extensive list of subscribers. Sydney Hansard, who is quite ill with lung trouble in Los Angeles, Cuh, will go to Mexico in the hope of improving his health. Many years ago Sydney was a hustling newsboy in Olympia. Fred. Carlyon returned Sunday from an extended trip through Cali fornia. His wife, who accompanied him, stopped in Portland on their way back, where she will visit friends for a few days. Frank E. Anderson, who has been in the employ of the National Wood Pipe Co., will leave for Vancouver with his family soon, having "ac cepted'' a position with a well-known firm of that city. Otto Braeger underwent an opera tion in Portland Tuesday for rup ture. At last accounts he was get ting along well, but was in a very weak condition. He is at the North Pacific Sanitarium. Miss Ida Hill, who suffered par tial paralysis of her arm from a se vere blow on the elbow, is recovering uso of the member and will soon be able to resume her service in the Tacoma public schools. Charles Myers, who was lately badly burned by an electric wire in San Francisco, is now reported to be in a fair way of recovery and no last ing injury will result, although the sears will remain during life. Larry Cormier went to Tacoma. Tuesday, to have an operation per formed on his left leg, to remove a lump formed on the bone, supposed to have been caused by bicycle-rid ing, of whieh sport he has been an enthusiast. The Keystone Coal Company, of Tenino, has contracted to furnish its entire output to the Pnblie Fuel Company of Seattle, for the term of two years, in consideration of the advance of $15,000 for development and operation of the mine. The Owls will hold a "Smoker" this evening, which will lie unique in some particulars, including several sparing matches, followed by re freshments. Delegations are ex pected from Centralia and the Gray's Harbor and down-Sound cities. Judge Linn, Monday, passed sen tence on Wrn. D. Sloan of Tenino, who was lately convicted of assault iu the Superior Court, upon C. E. Mai lory. Sloan was fined SIOO and costs, amounting in all to $"5 O. It is understood that he will not appeal. The University Land Co., of Port land, Ogn., has won its fight in the Supreme Court, for admission to business in this State. A writ of mandate was issued compelling Sec retary of State Nichols to issue a certificate of authority, which had been refused. 1- rod Weiss, Olympia's leading tailor, has just received a large ship ment of foreign and domestic suitings for Spring and Summer. Call at his place, next door to Odd Fellows' building, and see the goods. This establishment is also noted for first class workmanship. Another newspaper is to be es tablished in this city by E. E. Erlich and h. R. Mohler, to bo known as Thr Julrritiifioiuil LaUur (i utile ami Alice rtisiny Hit rum of America. If its circulation and influence is equal to the length of its name, it will indeed be a power in the land. C. P. Giles, for 22 years a resident of Olympia and all that time a sub scriber to this paper, moved, this week, with his family to Darrington, Wash, where he will be associated with his son in the operation of a a shingle mill. They will receive the STANDARD at their new home. Old Neptune is, at times, the recipi ent of unusual commodities, whether seasonable or not. One of these was a dump of soap that was landed in the bay, from weak piling on Colum , bia street, Tuesday. One of the big drays of Mr. Docherty, with a heavy load of soap for one of our grocers, suddenly went through the planking, but fortunately the tide was out and the saponacious commodity was re j covered without serious damage. Mr- U !; Smith, v. !.«> i* spend iu-»tlt<* Winter in'»gd.nsburg. N. N.. her iia.tr> Iri' mi> will ipfaiMtl t" i know. is rapid!v roe.>v. ring good hi-.i'tii i.al.-r tin 1 ministrations of a sj».•. H'T ulffietion S stoma.li ti- It is thought she will hi' '.>!• ' i I'll ill' ''. it t.'" |> If! Of this 1 month. ( .». • \ >r I' 1 i.as tip point.-.1 tie- fo .ouintx tip 11i« -s to iva. ami persona! prop erty i. -urge t.a-ton. Olympia: S. Y. It Ma t. Paget City; Homer Ittiy i: ..ml. < 'htiiiiimts I'rairi. - : Gen. Suinp t.oti. Ti'tiino: .1. A. \ an Iviton. It ».*!i- i .> , .r Cap. Bivnner West Olympia. rij. y !i.o,iii their duties Monday. Mi>s Mal»'l ('lias.', of Tumwater. j ■ laughter o! .Mr. and Mrs. I . N ('lias.-, loft Wednesday morning for, S. n Fratteisen. where sin- will he nnito i in marriage to !• ranris Smii van. tin engineer on tlt.• steamship Mariposa, whieh sails Sunday for Tahiti. South S..a Islands. Sin* will tt •l ompaiiy li.t lius-.a'ul oil tin 1 trip Tin 1 Republieau State Committee will meet in Seattle on the 1 s 111 inst. to arrange for railing the State and Distriet Conventions, whieh will probably bo railed tibout the middle of April, for election of delegates to the National Convention. Taft is said to b • the unanimous choice of the State Committee, and tlieeonvention will probably send an united delega tion for that gentleman. Guv. Mead has issued a eall for a general meeting of all the depart ments of the Stale government and "the rest of mankind" to meet at the State eapitoi. oil 1-Yid iy, tin' lHtli inst.. at 2 t*. m.. to formulat■> plans for a I'oneerted campaign to promote tim success of the Alaska-Yukon- Paeilio Exposition. Henry Stro bridge. Director (ieneral, will be present and suggest many ideas that will conduce to the success which united effort will ensure. Tuesday was banner day at the County Treasurer's office, the tot a", of taxes received being S'lT.ffH-*. The Northern I'aeilie paid over S2S.O(Mt of this amount. Personal property taxes beeatne delinquent yesterday, and on March l.jth the rebate of three percent, on realty taxes ceases, and they become delinquent June Ist. If one-half of each realty tax is paid by June, however, the remainder will not become delinquent till Dee. Ist, and not bear interest if then paid in full. The suit of the Sylvester heirs for reversion of the eapitoi site is not likely to delay the construction of the Governor's mansion, for the ideal site is to be found upon land donated by other citizens to ensure a liberal allotment of grounds for embellish ment of the State eapitoi. and who do not foci called upon to inappropri ate the grant, after the object sought —the permanent location of the eap itoi —has been secured. That the heirs have a weak ease, is shown by the effort of George M. Savage, their lawyer, to effect a compromise. The local banks have begun ac tions to secure a legal interpretation of the Gunii exemption law, passed by the last Legislature. They claim that bank stock is covered by the provision and is exempt, the same as individuals ujxm notes, money, war rants and credits. The capital stock of banks is exempt by Federal enact ment from taxation, for the reason that it is invested in such securities as are specially exempted The ac tion is in the form of injunction against Treasurer Schomber to re strain and permanently enjoin him from collecting taxes upon bank stock. JHIFTWOOD 3 gj BYLUE F. VERNON. J KHAH wjk AA.x, l(l \ ,^ ll If you want to make moner, you may; The method's quite easy, 1 say, If the chance you refuse, You deserve then to lone For an ad. in the Stasi.aud will pay. Railroad mens' wives hate each other almost as cordially as doctors' wives.. A little more " taffy" while a man lives, and not so much "epitaffy" when he is dead, would be a good tiling. Lew Doekstader, the king of all minstrels, is appearing with his own company at the Grand Opera House, New York city. Just "turning them away," that's all. The Denver convention auditorium will seat 12,50(1 persons. Another 12.500 will be standing up cheering for Hon. William Jennings Bryan for President of the United States. Wait and see. It is not a delightful affair to be shot by a bullet from a revolver at any time; but how terrible this anguish must have beeu when that Omaha policeman learned that Col. Will Visseher was famous as being the ugliest man in the United States. Ugh! The New York is advertising a bathing resort in Maine called " Lake Umpeesqueekemu n k egu m cook." Gee! One could have a bath in an Olympia barber shop, be shaved, his shoes polished, and bo doing tho two-step at the " grand ball" before he could pronounce tho name of this lake. If many young ladies, instead of wasting their time in studying "Esperanto," would expend the same energy in helping their poor old hardworking mother with the house hold duties, they would be doing more to drive the wrinkles from her face than they now know. The New York ll'.rA/ is offering a prize for the most original answer to the question; " When Is a Has-Been?" When imagination coerces a man to really believe he will he re-elected to the United States Senate. For instance, Senator Ankeny. Telegraph the money. Sunday weddings are forbidden in Winnipeg, Canada. Seattle preach ers want Sunday funerals abolished. Now if doctors can prohibit births on Sunday, and those contemplating suicide on Sunday will put it off un til Monday, Ixith the physicians and coroners can attend tho baseball game Sunday afternoon. The under takers can go any old time. My text would be : " They also serve who only stand and wait."— Secretary Tuft to the J Vent Point grail nates. Hut how ran an officer hope to profit by the Presidential system of jumping particular individuals over the heads of their seniors in rank if they do not per form stunts?— Neu> York World. I just reprint this, thinking per haps, editor W. T. Howard of the Island ('intnty Times, did not see it. No thanks, Howard. You're wel come. No trouble at all, 1 assure you. K\ei.\ St.tin seems to have its graft cits.'S. Nine times oiit of oi tltc iinlictcti ones go scott ft - ,•••. They have plenty of mutiny, and good law yers anyway, as ;t rule. It seems that grafters, like tin' poor, are al ' ways with us. Politicians have the graft, and the l,t eh I knows that there ! ai enong'i poll I i.-ians to see that it is property distributed. draft. you know, means every little I>it added to w hat you ve got makes ;t little hit mere: sabie'.' You can't expeet a government without graft. Indeed you can't! A Seattleite was ordered to " hold up his liantls by a hold-up man the other night, hut instead of doing so. st ruek the robber on the head with his umbrella. The robber shot the Seattleite three times, hut fortunate ly did net kill him. Relieve me when I tell y,,u that you show had judg ment not to obey the orders of a heid-up man. when he accosts you. When a man has the nerve to stop you at the ih.int of a revolver, in or dei that lie may gain p issession of what money or valuables you may have, lie has the nerve to escape, even if he must murder to accomp lish it. It is noteworthy that Carnegie's gilts go mainly to education and liockefcller's mainly to religion. It is a general truth that man values highest the thing which he has not. Carnegie is a man of great mental capacity who has come to the turn in the road when he finds himself as ignorant its a plough-boy and too old to I,tarn. Perhaps this is the reason that he looks ujton learning as the greatest earthly achievement and gives ot his millions to educational institutions. Whether Mr. Rocke feller's donations to the cause of re ligion signifies that he is void of the " milk of human kindness," as is Carnegie's of learning, is a question with which the public is already too miserably familiar. A resident of Olympiu was station ajtent years ago on the Northern I'a eitie in Kastern Washington. One day a Portuguese and com panion came to the ticket window, and the spokesman. Andrew ltose by name, called for a " teeket to Snake lieev." lie sold him the required " teeket" but he still seemed to have some thing bothering him. and shortly came to the window again, and said something which sounded like "two." Thinning his friend wanted to go to Snake Reev," he naturally thought he wanted the second " teeket" and forthwith sold him one. It transpired he had an ahle-i>odicd cow outside awaiting shipment to Snake River, a young mining camp, but what he really said was "coo," instead of " two. The ex-Northern Pacific station agent had sold him a ticket for the transportation of a cow. Not a New Story. But a Good One. A petty teacher in a country school had a profound dread of smallpox, and was most energetic in backing up the efforts of the local lioard of health. It came to her ears that the mother of one of her pupils was con fined to the bed with a mysterious disease, and she at once jumped into the conclusion that it was smallpox. She put the pupil through a rigid cross questioning, but without ob taining from her any information as to the nature of the illness. She then sent the child home with posi tive instruction to find out the nature of the disease and equally positive or ders to remain at home should the malady prove to be contagious. Next morning the little girl ap peared among her classmates. The teacher observing her. exclaimed: "Jenny Thompson, are you here again? Hasn't your mother got the smallpox?" If you please, ma'am," said Jen ny. "my mother says it's a boy, but it s not catchin' if you're careful." 4 ♦ J I invite you to call and exam- J * ine my stock of I IMPORTED AND f » DOMESTIC GOODS | A For Spring and Summer. Ai to pricci J ♦ I Simply defy competition. 4c I Fred Weiss! | MERCHANT TAILOR I t 511 MAIN ST., - - OLYMPIA. $ ft Next door Odd Fellows' Temple ♦ What's the difference between a Tmnwntcr <|uai! unci an Olyin pia duck ? One is a bird of the forest and the other is a bird of the sea. -GO TO - BELgm'g For your Oysters TSO v 'Phono Main 30 426 W. 4th St. IT IS JUST AS EASY To deposit your income in the bank each month and chock a|ainat it, as to pay with the cash. There ia no ad ditional expense, and you are given the bank's service—this means safety for your funds, convenience for your transactions, and a condensed record of every cent of receipts and expend itures. We ask you try a check ac count for one month. OLYMPIA NATIONAL BANK J. A. Graham Frank L. Weston • ► 4 > 4 * G & w :: BARBER SHOP and Baths <> < > - ► 4 * For Good Workmanship, Clean lnu'ss ami Fair Treatment - • Hive us a trial. ■" 125 East 4th St. Olympia, Wash. «J ! treasurer's notice for pay- MENT OF WARRANTS. I \V isl'. ' m"' r'-'" r. 0!y„.,..a, | »» i>ii , March n. I'.ms. I N01i,,, i-i hcrcliy given lliat State Warrants Numbers 27,-.id t„ 2s ;<„! i„- '"'""ive.the (ieneral Km,,l. aid State | warrants Numbers l.diit t>> i,„.|„ -ive. the lli-hu-av Km,.l. will l„. I'.n fresei.lat,..,, at „,v a,,.1 al.er (March 21, it,its. an,l will interest after that date, -i V® ' a " • t'eneral Km„f, s|.">N,- .21. Highway Kntnl, ill «KO. <!. MILLS, i, , ~ ,al Treasurer, lute of first publication, March •>. tit. [ N ' lie Superior Court of the Slate of Washing I ton ,u and for Thurston eouuty. I" re the guardianship of Ulcnu E. Class a tumor. Notice for lints Notice is hereby given thai I will receive hide for the following <leacri>HMi real uroberty in ihur-ttin County. Washington: Aii Hie interest of I■leuii E. Ctnas, the above in ne-d minor, In and to lota li. 4. 5 and n, of llloii k an, Town of Tiitiiwutcr, which int rest ol said in I nor is an undivided one half interim. "• , ~)''>f ► " ill ho received on aud afier March 10. i'Oiis. 'I lie hi,la must he in writing anil for r.is|,. and . ''led with me personally at Tnmwater Washington, or til. it witli the Cicik of the Su jieil-'i' Court on or alter said date. J. W. CLASS. • •uardiau of lilenti E Clans, a minor fust publication. March f., I'jns. IN the Superior Court of the StRU-111 Washing I ton In mid lor the county of Thin-ion Cliriatctia, urtia, j I'laintilf, | va | John A. Ilcrnhner and SummoiiH. Marv A Ik rainier, | hia wile. , I>rfcudi,nt» J State of Washington to the K«id John A. lkrsle per and M»ry A. I Itrainier hia wife, defendants, 101 l and earl, of you are hereby summoned to appear within aixty daya after the lirat publica tion of ilna summons. to-wit Within aixty daya after Hie llti, day of February. l'jOs. and defrud ■ lie above entitled action in the above emitted court, at d answer the rompla'ut of tile plaiutiif and serve a ropy of your anawer upon the un dersigned aitorneya for plaintiff at tlielr nlßee In low atateil. ami iu eaae of your failure ao to do judgment will lie rendered against you accord ing t" till' demand of the roinplaint. whirl, has b,en liie,l with the clerk of the above court. *1 lna la HU an ion to foreclose a lien by writ of attachment? against you upon your real eatate situate, iyitig and being in Thurston County, Slate of Washington, ami to collect an indebted ness fron, you owing to the plaiutlff herein In the sum of JI.WM. TKOY Si FAI.KNOK. Aitorneya for I'laintilf. I »«t< nice addreaa, olympia. Washington oilier id,tress suite 1, liyrnebuilding.utymnia Washington. * Date of tirst publication, Feb. 11, l'jns. £ ioi olfoliczrtlfollcnoczD Ff you haven't gotten your suit yet, get it now, for ! This is the Last Week Of the Sale. Don't miss the Opportunity to Save from $2,50 to s<>. i The Kmporium o A. A. GOTTFELD, PROPRIETOR.  310 Fourth Street. Phone Red 13 43. *jT IMPROVED | HH Have you seen and examined the New and Improved I'.HIS I>E H LAVAL Cream Separators? If not, and v<>u onn one or more cows, don't further hinder your interests by delaying long ger, but let us give a free demonstration in your own home at once. You will marvel at the mechanical perfection, the wonder ful simplicty and convenience of theaenew machines. These new machines show improvements in every feature, from the supply- HH can to the hase of the machine, and mark the greatest movement HI forward in separator construction since the invention of the tirst ■B practical separator by I>r. l)e Laval in 1878. If you have tnilk Hfl cows you can't atford to go without one. The new l>e Laval ■■ skims closer, has greater capacity, operates easier and is more ideal ill every way than De Laval machines liave lieen even in the past. The improved I>u l.aval is actually ten years ill ad- BB vunce of any other separator made to-day. There are ten new Hfl styles, ten new catiacitics and ten new prices. There is a ma- chine for every dairy, from the smallest to the largest and at a BUB price that will tit every pocket. I>on't regret later that you didn't see the I>e Laval before you bought a machine, but come to the ■ Capital City Creamery, Olympia H PV Or the Nesqually Creamery, H Ifl Sherlock M H Ami see and learn about them. You will he surprised. ■ DON'T DELAY! I ■JH Patronize home industry and sell your cream here too, for HH you get Seattle Prices- Kfl | BARGAINS! I AT MY FARM AT YKLM, WASH. One complete Creamery Plant, with 12- liorse Boiler. Several Good Cows. Two young Durham Bulls. One Fine Driving Horse, very sliowey. One Fine Driving or Work Mare.. I also represent Mitchell, Lewis A Staver's Vehicles and Implements buggies, Wagons, Manure Spreaders, Harness, Cream Separators, &c., at very Lowest l'rices. in stock. FREED«KICK XV- CARI.YON. KICK!!! If you don't set ATM BODRBON On sale at Tift OXFORD GEORGE TAYLOR, Frop.. 110 Fourth Street, Olyuapia. SPRAY! SPRAY! The order is orchardists must spray. We are now prepared to supply all with spraying mater ial : :::::: MANN the" SEED MAN Opposite Court House. "IP BCTTMAN IS ON THE LABEL YOU'RE SAFE." fife} TOD MITT HAVE TO I | Attend Bargain Sales— | k' Clearance Sales— | j| Sham Sales— $ ()li ANV OTIIKR KINDS OP SAI.KS. WIIK.N you CAN UUY I First-Glass Suits lor Men I I Ol- Us at | i Sit « There are doz- __ I I^^BETTMANI f sizes new fab- _ I? gvies. Etafylhing it Wear lor Men and Boys, j You will hear a good report from everybody that has bought from us about the excellent qual ity o our Acme Cough Syrup. Just now our Cream of Pearls at 25c is in great demand. If you buy theni you will be one of our many satisfied patrons. WE LEAD BUT NEVER FOLLOW. HUGH ROSS The Druggist. Phone Red 81. PROVISION O STORE REDER & PHIPPS, - - - PROPRIETORS THE MOST COMPLETE STOCK OF Staple gFancy Groceries In the city, and the onstant endeavor is to maintain tne reputation this house has always enjoyed fo quality of goods, fair prices and promptness in filling or ders THE FULLEST AND MOST COMPLETE LINE OF CROCKERY AND GLASSWARE IINT STOCK. C. T. LA.NSDALK As successors to the OLD RELIABLE John Byrne stand—we carry the same large and complete stock of . . . . Groceries, Flour, Hay, Feed, Etc. which we offer at BOTTOM PRICES. Highest Cash Price paid for Farm Produce. Give us a call .... Cor. Fourth and Jefferson Sts. Telephone Main 90 YOUNGr OR OLD HEALTH FOR THEM ALL IN OLWU ULTBIUCr Contains extractor Malt to strengthen; Phosphates, a bone food, and Malt Sugars, which make ricJi blood. Pure as it is good. ".It keeps you right with Nature." Non-in toxicating. Ask for booklet. Price, $1.75 per Dozen. Phone, Main 10. MALT EXTRACT DEPARTMENT, OLYMPIA BREWING CO. A. H. CHAMBERS (Successors to Connolly A Chambers.) CHAMBERS BLOCK FOURTH ST. TELEPHONE MAIN 44. KULL LINK OV MEATS FOB TDK WHOLESALE ® RETAIL TRADE. We -olicit a share of your trade and will .strive to please.