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groceries and vegetables from us you will be here to stay. The way
we expect to stay is to give our customers full value for their mon
ey. We are here to serve our patrons. We know what to buy and
what to charge for it, and you can't be disappointed in what you
buy from us. We stand by ou groceries and make good on every
sale.
Best Flour—Best Hay and Feed. Best prices.
REDER & PHILLIPS
207 East Fourth Street PHONE 5».T-5»4
It's The Furniture
that gives character to the home. The stateliest mansion will not
attract if inappropriately furnished.
For Every Room
in your house we have furniture that will add to its beauty and in
addition to its attractiveness every piece of our furniture is built
solidly and honestly. Long service is as much of a requisite as
beauty with most people. We provide both.
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the money taken out of his community by smooth strangers anil
"Get-Itich-Quick" schemes had remained at home, it would pike
every road in the county.
Why do you not put your money i .ifely in your home bank,
where it will help you and everybody else in your community, and
where you can get it when you want it?
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AROUND THE COUNTY
TONO.
Mrs. E. S. Brooks anil son, Edw. B„
J' ■ * «' few days of last week in
Seattle.
It. 11. Ober, John Ismay and F. O.
Nelson attended lodge in Olynipia last
Thursday.
Charles Barman made a hurry up
• rip to Olynipia Monday of last week
to see his son, John, who is confined
to a hospital there. He has suffered
a relapse.
George Crank, who several months
ago went back to England in quest
ol a "frau," returned last Saturday
with a beautiful, blushing bride The
Tono brass band turned out in full
one and gave them a rousing sere
nade in the evening. George "came
across" with cigars and the "trim
min's," so he is o.k. now with the
boys. We all extend our most sin
cere wishes to Mr. and Mrs. Crank
lot a long, happy and prosperous
wedded life.
"Press" McDonald went to Olynipia
last Saturday and caught for the Mc-
Kenna baseball team. While there
he was the guest of "Lefty" Criger.
• • * ♦
TENINO,
i This week has been vacation week
in the local schools.
The Easter ball at the Oasis hotel
j Saturday night was one of the bril
i liant events of the season.
C. E. Ashwill of Olympia has re
lieved Station Agent Girurdot, taking
his place the first of the month.
Assistant Engineer E. L. Wolfe and
crew have been busy recently survey
ing the lines and grades over the
route of the new street improvement
district.
Saturday. May 2, will be general
"clean-up day" in Bucoda, that date
having been chosen by the mayor and
city council.
The Pacific Coast Investment com
pany of Olyinpia is erecting a 60x90
one-story business block at Sussex
and Howard streets, to be occupied
by the Tenino Bar, a poolroom and a
moving picture theater operated by
T. J. McClellan. Contractor J. Han
sen of Tacoma expects to complete the
building in 90 days. The walls will
be of stone and tile.
Mayor Davies of Bucoda has ap
pointed S. M. Sutherland marshal for
the remainder of the year.
Friday and Saturday of next weeek,
April 24 and 25, will be general
"clean-up" days in Tenino.
The council is being urged bv (he
Woman's Improvement club to fence
(he city park.
• * * *
YELM.
Dr. E. S. Norton of Portland,
father of Ray Norton of this city, lias
located in Yelm, being a veterinary
surgeon and state deputy for this dis
trict.
G. W. Neat is erecting a building
in the rear of the Mountain View ho
tel for his blacksmith shop.
Herbert Plenge has gone to North
Dakota to visit relatives.
O. K. Thompson, L. N. Rice, J. P.
Martin, James L. Mosman, W. N.
Goodwin, Charles D. Hunter and
Chester Thompson, trustees of the
Yelm Construction company, which is
constructing a big irrigation ditcli in
tliis vicinity, issued n call for the
annual meeting of stockholders to be
held in this place May 23 instead of
May 4, when they will act upon the
proposal to increase the. capital stock
of the company from $5,000 to $20,-
000.
Mrs. Charles W. Zellar died at the
family home between this city and
Rainier last week, interment being
made in the Yelm cemetery. The
husband, three children, mother and
three brothers survive.
Mrs. Saunders lias come from her
home in Ashland, Wis., to spend the
summer with her son, G. W. Saun
ders, at McKenna.
Air. and Mrs. 11. L. Conine of Eu
reka are the parents of a baby girl
born April 5.
The Misses Hughes entertained at
dinner recently, their guests In in
Mrs. J. It. Buchanan and Missi • v -
bel Martin, Katherine King, Hazel
Goodrich, Mary Eddy and Vera Long
mire and Master Phillip Martin.
* * ♦ *
TUMWATER.
Irving Lloyd returned Fund
ove'Liig to Seattle where he is ait, !-
ing the University of Washington,
F. I). Cook and A. O. Warning v.:
ness.-d the opening baseball gane
Tacoma.
Miss Tempie Bunn of Seattl
guest of Miss Laura He wilt for a i
days this week.
.Mrs. E. V. Olson and daughter are
visit ing in Seattle.
The Tumwater school h i
|i am v oft tie oatt d by the i'i
Park school bo.- , by a .-oi 11
I
6 on the Brighton Park grounds last
Thursday.
Miss Laura Hewitt and Miss Dora
Sumar: da. on were dinner guests of
jMiss Lula Meacham last Friday even
ing.
| The Easter exercises of the Brigh
ton Park Sunday school were very
well attended and enjoyed by all
present.
* * • *
PUGET
Miss Tatro of Lacey was a guest
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harve
I Chambers last week.
! Mrs Millard Luebbe visited her
mother, Mrs. Luebbe, and her sister,
Mrs. Emma Bullard, Friday and Sat
urday.
A dance was given last Saturday
jby the Paget club and everybody
seemed to enjoy themselves,
j George Bullard, who has been
away working for some time, lias re
turned to Puget.
j Mrs. M. Wright spent Saturday
and Sunday at Mrs. George Brown's.
| Mrs. Nathan Arnold and Mrs. O. it.
Swayne visited Mrs. Turner Tuesday.
| O. R. Swayne purchased a new disc
plow last week.
Mrs. Gus Thelander visited with
Mrs. Nathan Arnold last Wednesday.
Perry Larsen, who has been work
ing near Tenino, returned to Puget
Saturday.
Mrs. Gartley has been spending a
few days at Gull Harbor.
Last Friday the people all gathered
at the school-house, the men bring
ing the teams and working on the
school grounds, while the women
planted shrubbery. An elegant din
ner was also served by the ladies and
an Arbor Day program given by the
school.
• • • *
SOUTH BAY.
Mrs. Frank Hanaford visited with
C. H. Bobbins of Olympia over Sun
day. j
Darrell Teets spent a few days in
Seattle recently with relatives.
Miss Mabel Carstensen spent Sun
day at home.
Mrs. H. F. Allen called on Mrs. Lee
at Sunny Beach Sunday.
Miss Jessie Williams spent Satur
day and Sunday in Seattle.
Miss Hollis Rose is able to sit up.
Her many friends wish her a speedy
recovery.
A number of our young folks at
tended the dance at Pleasant Glade
Saturday night.
Mrs. Capehart was in Olympia Fri
day.
Miss Eva Cole spent Saturday night
at C. A. Rose's.
Ralph Warner spent Sunday with
home folks.
Master Tom Allen is sporting a new
baseball suit. Tom expects to play in
one of the major leaugues.
Mrs. Florence Madden and daught
ter Esther were in Olympia one day
last week.
• • • •
MUD BAY.
E. N. Steele and family spent last
.week visiting at the home of Mr! and
i Mrs. R. Weatherill of Oyster Bay.
E. T. Young was an Olympia busi
ness visitor last Saturday.
' The regular Grange business meet
ing was held at the Prosperity Grange
ball last Saturday night.
Miss Ida Solbeck spent Easter with
her sister and friends in Tacoma.
J. Draham and L. Duvall spent part
of last week on business in Mason
county.
BRIGHTON PARK.
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Sawyers have
returned home after a brief honey
moon in Tacoma. Mr. Sawyers is a
grandson of Mrs. Mary Trosper and
they will make their home here with
her.
The Woman's Rural club mot last
Thursday afternoon at the home of
Mrs. Ed. Drewery of Bush Prairie.
The ladies present were: Mrs. Avers,
Mrs. Munn, Mrs. Reicliel, Mrs. Meak,
Madam Drewey, Mrs. Mulholland and
little daughter Mildred. Delicious
lunch was served by Mrs. Drewey.
Charles Peaty is busy hauling lum
ber from the Salmon Creek mill to
build a new barn.
Mrs. Frank K.-hom of Union Mills
gave a parly last Saturday evening at
her home in honor of Mr. K horn's
birthday. A largo crowd attended,
those present from this lie!; bborhood
ing Margie Canihv. .It " Mulhol
land, Marie and lluz>i Dent, lorn
Camby, Bernard Bik-r and Victor
Dent, ail going over he irday evening
and returning home Sunday evening-,
.'bey reported a Splendid time.
Miss Jessie Mulholland and brother
Fred were busiitf : ; s v. iror- in Ro
chester Monday aTid Tue day, return
ing Tuesday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. 8u inian and
•amily of 01/ mi ' Sunday of
)
this vicinity.
;!ar meeting fin . . ay night of last
week. A large crowd attended and
the third and fourth degrees of the
order were conferred on the following
candidates: Gus Nelson, Mr. and
Mrs. Meak and Ellis Johnson, after
which a bountiful lunch was served
by the ladies.
Mrs. I). Mulholland and Miss Jessie
and Robert Mulholland attended the
funeral of Gladys Morgan of Roches
ter, daughter ot Mrs. Charles Morgan,
formerly or Tumwater. Mrs. Mulhol
land was an aunt of the gid.
Charles lleaty of this neighborhood
lias been on the sick list lately.
Howard Sawyer, grandson of Mrs.
Mary Trosper, was married Monday
afternoon of last week by Justice of
the Peace Crosby. Who the bride
was nobody seems to know, but all
suppose it was his "best girl."
Mrs. Harry Dickgeiser was in Olyni
pia visiting her mother recently.
Mr. and .Mrs. Charles Beaty have
returned home from Seattle after
spending a few days there on busi
ness.
* * • •
SOUTH UNION
Mrs. Fred Sehulze has returned
from Seattle after spending a few
•lays with friends.
I Mr. and Mrs. John Gunstone and
family were in Olympia on business
Saturday.
I The Sewing circle met with Mrs.
W. K. Hall Wednesday afternoon.
Lunch was served and the circle has
been postponed indefinitely.
Mrs. John Ismay visited with Mrs.
Fred Sehulze Tuesday.
Fred Ensign while working In the
woods at Maytown Tuesday had his
leg badly crushed. He was removed
to the hospital.
I Mrs. C. O. Brown, Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Brown and daughter Laura,
| Mr. and Mrs. Elmo Brown and Miss
Jessie Harris motored over from Ta
coma Sunday, spending the day with
Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Ball.
! Mr. and Mrs. George E. McDowell
and little son Claire spent Easter
Sunday with Mrs. McDowell's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Abbott.
P. B. Glasford is very busy sowing
oats this week.
| Da.ve Baker is putting in a large
crop of potatoes.
| Mrs. John Gunstone and little
daughter spent the day Thursday
with Mrs. W. K. Ball.
! Miss Lela Curtin spent Sunday with
her mother, Mrs. Curtin.
The South Union baseball team de
feated the Black Lake team Sunday
by a score of 14 to 8. Battery for
Black Lake, Dunkelberger, Hibbard
and Osborne; South Union, Sehulze
and Ball.
j Mr. and Mrs. Lou Randal visited
Mr. and Mrs. Pitman one day this
week.
j The pupils of South Union school
will entertain their mothers Friday,
April 17.
Miss Ward is expecting her mother,
Mrs. J. F. Simpson, from Seattle this
| week. Mrs. Simpson will visit the
I South Union school on Friday and
will be entertained by Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Hartsuck during her visit
here.
Mr. and Mrs. David Hartsuck en
tertained Mr. and Mrs. Lincoln Lons
berry of Olympia April 12.
« • • •
PINE GROVE.

James Carpeter and family have
moved from William Eickhoff's place
to South Union.
Mrs. Walter Bishop of Keller, Ste
vens county, is visiting with her sister
Mrs. D. Peregrine this week.
Mr. Fritch of Olympia is at Ed.
Parker's —his brother-in-law's-—to
rest and visit for a while. Ed. says
he can plant "spuds" while he rests.
• * * *
BLACK LAKE.
A number of friends of Mr. and
Mrs. A. E. White surprised them
last Saturday night, and a very en
joyable evening was spent.
The Black Lake baseball team met
the fast Brighton Park team last Sun
day. The honor of the contest went
to the Brighton Park hoys. C. Ball
and Bill Sehulze were the battery
for Brighton Park and Ed. Osborn
and 11. I. Dunkelberger for Black
Lake. The score was 14 to 9. Phil
Henry accepted four chances in the
field and contributed four safe hits,
two singles and two doubles. With
a little more practice, the Black Lake
boys will be able to play a pretty
fair brand of ball. However, last Sun
day their infield re ■ obled a Swiss
cheese.
Mis. John lteif i 'sit>'d with friends
at Tumwater last day.
Tom Camby, who lias b< en working
for tlie Tumwafer Luc ber romptntv
a' Black Lake, left Saturday for his
home at Tumweier. lb- will bit miss
ed here b; his many friends.
A. !■:. A" : e ' >d : very valuable
.

Ma rs land.
t . l w'i ■ is a busim ss visitor
A dance will he given at the Black
Lake Grange hall next Saturday even
i ing.
A very enjoyable evening was spent,
on the eleventh at the residence of
J. C. Stiles with Mrs. Stiles and Mrs.
j Crooker as hostesses. A number of
friends troth Taeoma were present.
• * * •
PLEASANT GLADE
Mr. ati(l Mrs .Fred ltobbins went to
Sedro-Woolley this week for an in
; definite stay.
Glenn Rogers rode over to Hawk's
Prairie 011 his new motorcycle Sun
day.
Mrs. Fred Michel made a visit with
her mother Wednesday.
Mrs. R. 15. Howe has been on the
sick list.
, Mrs. Zelrnan Kllis entertained Mr.
and .Mrs. Harry Kllis and [•''rank Kl
lis of Olympia at her home Kaster
Mr. and Mrs. William Hawson ar
rived home from their honeymoon
Monday, and about 45 friends called
that evening and gave tliem a miscel
laneous shower. There were many
presents and congratulations. Mrs.
Hawson was formerly Miss Elizabeth
Pugh. Mr. Hawson has had the cedar
1 poison in his left hand for some time
but is better now.
Joint Rogers made a business trip
| to Tacoma and Seattle this week.
| Mr. and Mrs. Hen Shincke re'urn-
I ed home last week after a long visit
i with relatives.
Mrs. Gilberson is very ill.
MTH. J. R. Robbins spent the week
end in Olympia.
Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Palmer spent
Sunday in Lacey.
Walter Rogers left for Canada
j Thursday. His mother, Mrs. John
Rogers, accompanied him as far aa
| Seattle.
• * • •
BOULEVARD.
Bringing out some of the most Im
portant points to which parents
should give attention in rearing their
children, Itev. Chas. A. Bowen, pastor
of the First Methodist church of
Olympia, gave a most interesting ad
dress at the regular monthly meeting
of the Parent-Teachers' association of
the MeKinley school Wednesday even
ing, his subject being, "Have Parents
Fulfilled all their Obligations to their
Children by Furnishing Homes, Food
and Clothing?" At the close the
audience gave a rising vote of thanks
to the speaker in appreciation of his
efforts. The meeting opened with a
song and prayer. Other subjects dis
cussed were: medical inspection for
the schools, the juvenile court, city
playgrounds, and the agricultural-in
dustrial contest for the county. Mrs.
A. J. Haycox was elected a delegate
to the state convention of the Moth
ers' Congress and Parent-Teachers*
associations which will be held in
Olympia May 13, 14, 15. Several in
strumental selections were played by
J. Thomas.
Farmers in this neighborhood who
sowed clover this spring were a little
dubious Thursday morning on an
count of the visit of Jack Frost Wed
nesday night.
The storms of the past week hare
crippled the telephones in this neigh
borhood to such an extent that the
farmers have no voice in the matter.
The teachers in the McKinley
school are already getting busy with
May festival plans.
The children of the Eastside chapel
were agreeably surprised Easter Sun
day morning when upon entering the
church they found it beautifully dec
orated with appropriate flowers and
greens, the work of some of the
"Good Samaritan" ladies of the
church.
Services at the chapel next Sunday.
April 19, will be Sunday school at 10
a. m. and preaching by Rev. D. A.
Thompson, pastor of the First Pres
byterian church, Olympia, at 3 p. m.
WARD'S LAKE.
Rev. R. H. Edmonds of Olympia
addressed the regular meeting of the
Parent-Teachers' association of the
Hays school, his subject being, "Have
Parents Fulfilled ail their Obligations
to their Children in Furnishing
Homes, Food and Clothing?" The
meeting opened with a song by the
school children. Mrs. I.eo Royal wan
elected delegate front this circle to
attend t lie Mothers' Congress in
Olympia next month.
Ross Chi I.son lias just finished bor
ing a well for A. W. Clark.
Karl McCatniel of Randolph,
Mass., has been visiting his aunt, Mrs.
George litll of« his vicinity.
Mi-:< JU a McDonald visited Miss
li. c, ! Drewcry of Brighton l'ark the
last of the week.
j and Ruby Chilson en
ined a number of young people
ft.- . OF main Monday evening. Those
' r. aid M:; . Clifford
if , and M'v >s E ma Weiss,
■ ■ / ■ ■ it, Anna ia ''bson,
Ida B1 •' r pearl Mulcer, and Messrs.
■- ■ p '.■> and i' : m.i ami Le-
W'.dfc. Kefr.. utile s wert)
i.d .. pi tut ivi ing was
I A..;; i iVE.

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