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NEWS OP YOUR'FRIENDS AND NEIGHBORS PLUM STATION. Mrs. James Packman and children are spending a few days with Mr. and Mrs. Henry Packman before going to California to make their home. Mrs. Paul Donohoe and Mrs. Hugh Donohoe. formerly Byrna and Hazel MeCorkle. spent a few days last week at the home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs J. F. MeCorkle, returning to their home in Chehalis Sunday. Sheriff MeCorkle and wife also spent the week-end with the former's parents. Miss Tillie Sehultz and her mother visited at the Nelson home the latter part of the week, returning to Olym pia on Sunday. Miss Sehultz was a former Plum Station teacher and has many friends here. The basket Bocial at the school house Saturday night was well at tended and counted a success, both socially and financially. All ex pressed themselves well pleased with the program and as having a good time generally, while the many faces of both old and new friends were a delight to the resident portion of the crowd. • * « • PUGET Mrs. Nathan Arnold called on Mrs. George Gartley Wednesday of last week. Mrs. Caywood and daughter Pauline spent last Sunday evening at the Swayne home. A land-clearing bee was given at the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. Cham bers last Thursday and it was largely attended. In the evening an enjoy able time was spent in dancing and playing cards. Miss Kate Cary called on Mrs. F. W. Bullard one day last week. The Farmers' club met last Friday might, when a very interesting pro gram on Lincoln was given. Mr. and Mrs. O. I. Evans visited with Mr. and Mrs. George Gartley Sunday. A valuable 3-year-old mule colt belonging to O. R. Swayne was struck by a passenger train at Chambers' Prairie last Thursday. The animal was injured so badly that it had to be shot. Miss Kate Cary called on Miss Edith Shull Monday of last week. Captain Thomas spent last Monday evening at the Arnold home. ' O. R. Swayne and sons, Graver and Charles, called on L. Barnard at Kyro last Sunday. Mrs. Ellsworth of Olympia is visit ing at the home of Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Bennett. There is preaching by Rev. M. H. Mlxsell every* other Sunday at the Puget school house, at 3 o'clock p. m. Everybody cordially invited. '•* • • FOR RENT. Two stalls in the CITY'S PUBLIC MARKET in the Ogle Building, cor ner Fifth and Columbia streets, after February the Ist, 1916. Apply to Hiram Dohm, Market Inspector, City Clerk's office. City Building. This Market is under the supervi sion of the City of Olympia. (adv-l-4tf) • • • « ELD INLET Mr. and Mrs. Coe Price of Wendell, Idaho, visited last Friday with Mr. an£ Mrs. M. Ahearn and family. They ar» on their way to the San Francisco fair. Mrs. Price was formerly Miss Ada Rogers of Olympia. Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Shannon of Olympia spent the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. Milner McLane and family. Mrs. L. C. Campbell was in the city one day last week. Mrs. Ivan Swigart and Mrs. J. M. Brskine spent Monday afternoon with Mrs. Gertrude Griffith. Mr. Allen McKenzie is The proud owner of a new five-passenger tour ing car. A surprise party was given Mr. Charles Brenner and wife last Satur day night. An oyster supper was served at midnight. All report a good time. Mr. M. Ahearn and Mr. L. C. Camp bell were in the city Tuesday. The members or McLane Grange are to give a big dance in their hall the 27tb of this month. Good music, good supper and good floor. Every body come and have a good time. Don't forget the date. Mr. George Weatherill of Oyster Bay and Miss Edith Young of Sneider's Prairie spent last Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. M. Ahearn and Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Campbell. Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Campbell have returned home after visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ed Rogers and family in Tenino. Miss Margaret McLane of Olympia spent Saturday and Sunday of last week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Milner McLane and family. James Housman Jr. met with a bad accident a week ago last Sunday. He bad. driven down to Sneider's Prairie THE ELKS' FIESTA The climax of prefection in showdom-- more brilliant, entertaining and instructive than ever before. A host of attractions, an . array of wit, talent and beauty. A show de luxe combining freaks of nature and acts of magic. MT. RAINIER S RIVAL, TINY SMALL. With a broad smile. A collection of three hundred and forty (11-10 pounds of concentrated, unalloyed and unadulterated merriment. RE-ENGAGEMENT OF "KASANOVIA." Pastmaster of Magic, Peer of Palmists and Dean of all Neeromaneers, introducing his latest sensations — Vivisection and the unsolved Chair Mystery. STOP-THINK-WONDER. The South American "OOF." •> A pur]ile specimen, the only one of this color ever known to history. An absolute freak of nature and an animal fast becoming extinct. THE SINUOUS "SERPENTINA," At whose slightest caress the most hideous and veno mous reptiles are charmed, soothed and made harm less as a dove. SEESALOMA. A fashion plate of beauty, elegance and gracefulness, whose bewitching Eastern dances and poses have won the admiration of all the Western world. MUNGO. THE WILD MOOR2AN. Engagement Extraordinary, at an Enormous Cost— An enigma to the scientific world—a physiological phenomena. See his wonderful Torture Dance, with naked feet upon 2,500 iron spikes charged with a high voltage of electricity. Also hear hiß plaintive love song in the native language of his tribe. Don't Miss the First and Only Appearance of PERCY LONOSHOT (MOLAKA), the Swansea giant. All will agree that this attrac tion stands "head and shoulders" above anything they have ever witnessed. A modern product of the high cost of living who will be particularly pleased to meet all the little folks. Initial Bow of MAROONETTA, A living, breathing embodiment of nature's greatest mystery—electricity. Be convinced. Delusion will be removed by shaking hands with this charming little lady. Marconetta has a pleasant smile and a handshake for all. Space will not permit us to enumerate all of the attractions secured for this feast of fun. Neither time nor money has been spared in the arrangement and decorations of the interior of The Lobby. Be sure and. see this show at The hobby February 23rd to 26th to see a baseball game and was re turning home when the hone became t Tightened at the logging train and ran away. The animal kicked and hit him on the leg. It was first thought his leg was broken but he was taken to the hospital and it was found the bone was only shattered and badly bruised. It will be some time before he will be able to get around. Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Shannon of Olympia spent the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. Milner McLane and family a week ago. B. M. Twohy of Sneider's Prairie was visiting friends in this vicinity a week ago last Sunday. Joseph Ramsauer of Big Sandy, Mont., is back here greeting his many friends again. He has just proved up on his homestead. He is visiting Mrs. Peter McKenzie and family. The health of Mrs. Minnie Swan re mains about the same. A surprise party was given Mr. James Housman Sr. a week ago last Saturday night. A large crowd was present and everybody had a good time. Music, cards and dancing were the amusements of the evening. A delicious lunch was served at mid night. • • • • 7ELM Th gravel crew has been improv ing the Hastie road. There's to be a big dance in Wad dell's hall at Rainier Saturday night. The school board recently pur chased a set of reference books for each of the schools. John Martt, an aged and infirm man, was brought to town Saturday TIIE WASHINGTON, STANDARD from Archer's mill by Deputy Sheriff A. L. Morris and sent to the county farm. Mr. and Mrs. Garstang spent sev eral days in Olympia last week. Burglars who cracked the post office at McKenna last week* got away with some S2OO. O. J. Longmire was a Yelm visitor last week. The pupils of the Forest high school are rehearsing "Jerry, the Outcast," for presentation soon. • • • • Switches made from combings. First-class work guaranteed. Miss S. Lela Hoover, 513 Main street, Olympia. (adv l-6tf) • • • • TENINO i John Roberts, organizer and cash | ler of the new Citizens' bank of this place, last week sold his interests to E. G. Friedrichsen, who succeeded him as cashier. The Columbia River Stone com pany underbid the Hercules Stone company just 1 cent a ton on the government contract to furnish stone : for the repair and extension work on ! the jetty at the mouth of the Chebalis river. The contract haß not been ac ! cepted by the government and there ,is still a possibility the local concern may land it. The company hopes to get the contract for the Gray's Har | bor jetty which the present congresß is expected to appropriate $560,000 j for, and if it does it will mean three years' work at the quarry. Fred Watts of the Capital Shingle company has gone to Chicago on a month's business trip. He expects to bring his family back with him. ! DAY. rEDREARV 10. 1915 POLICE COURT. The presiding judge sits as a czar on his throne and t'roni his decision there is no appeal. All red tape is eliminated in the conduct of his trials and justice is speedil" dealt out to those whose misfortune it is to he brought before him. POLICE DEPARTMENT. The head of the police squad is as fearless as the judge. lie has an irresistible manner about him and a hostelry that you simply cannot get away from. JAPANESE TEA GARDEN. No need to go to Japan, or even attend the Exposi tion to see an original Japanese tea garden, presided over by entrancing Oriental maidens. CANDY. Sweets for the sweet will he found here in abun dance. Candy like mother used to make, as well as the boxed goods, will be offered for sale. FORTUNE TELLING. If there is any mystery regarding your love or busi ness affairs that is causing you worry, come and confide in one of these seers. They will relieve your mind and purse simultaneously and you'll call it good. KNIFE RACK. Where is there a man without a certain amount of sporting blood in him T This is a game for amateurs only, however, and all "ringers" are barred. ROGUES' GALLERY. Since the announcement that a special representative of the Burns Detective Agency was on his way to the city to take charge of this department all hold-ups and bunco men have deserted the city. He not only gets their mug, but their money. MONTE CARLO. Do you believe in signs? If so take a good look at the one on this booth and play the limit. The gentle man in charge of this department has a magnetic touch only excelled by the fair Marconetta. I Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Johnson have moved to Seattle. The ladies of the Altar society 1 gave a card party last Friday evening at the home of Mrs. Gallagher. Raymond Krupp is visiting his grandmother, ijirs. Anna Krupp, in Bucoda. Mrs. Mary Perkins has gone to Washougal for a month's visit with her sister. .*• * • FOR SALE —25 head Angora goats, mostly female. Price $3.50 per head, cash. .J. M. Cooper, 12 miles east of Olympia on Yelm road. Address, Rte. 2, Olympia. Phone 25F5. 2-2-3 • • • • A 9-pound baby boy was born February 10 to Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dickgeiser of Bush Prairie. A 10- pound baby girl was born last Friday morning to Mr. and Mrs. A. G. West of Brighton Park. • • • • Recently overhauled and remod elled, the Howman Shingle company of which D. R. Morris is manager, | located on Johnson creek, north of | Rainier, has resumed operations with double the capacity of the old plant. • • • • FAIR VIEW A "hike" through the woods was enjoyed last Sunday afternoon by ! Miss Standke and older pupils, i friends of Myrtle, Pearl and Fred i Looker, for whom it was given. A | delicious picnic lunch was served and a wienier roast afforded much fun. Miss Standke spent the week-end in town. NOVELTIES AND SOUVENIRS. Special care lias been given to the selection of ar ticles for this department, with the primary idea of securing something different. Many of the offerings were found among foreign shipments for the holi days that were delayed in transit. ORIENTAL CURIOS. If you are looking for something to please milady you will find in this department many attractions never before displayed on the Pacific Coast. They were specially ordered by Oriental dealers / for the Elks' Fiesta. DOLL HOUSE. Home of the Pretzel Babee, the quaintest little figure ever conceived for sister's playhouse; also the Sep tember Morn Kewpies and the Junglene Bear from the headwaters of the River of Doubt. A delight fully pleasing little folks Wonderland. FREE AUTOMOBILE. I A handsome, glossy black, five-passenger Dodge Bros, touring car will be given away on the closing night of the Fiesta, February 26. This machine is equipped with every modern device and comes to Olympia direct from the mammoth factory in Detroit. MUSIC. . . c" With all of the musical talent of Olympia to draw from, bands will be heard on the streets and soft strains of continuous melody will float out from the cozy corners and enchanting booths and the main hall will be filled with the strains of classical and popular airs. SIDE SHOW. One great, broad purple streak of startling, electri cal, sensational big noises that deliver the goods. «Acts that are envied, admired, imitated, but never equaled. Myriads of mysteries, interspersed with loads of long, loud, lingering legitimate laughs. GOOD SURROUNDINGS ln the grocery line are always on sale in our establishment. * The spice that's nice, ~jSjJDSRrt»II | The pepper that's hot I And the mustard that's lit are among our fresh seasonings of Y\ ijVNX cy k unsurpassed purity. \ \Hi( OCRFLNEGROCERIKB \ are known far and wide, and have \ an enviable fame. lie who won't \ \ be advised can't be helped, but we can help y° u " you will purchase <&«*» our good tea, coffee, etc. SCOTT'S GROCERY Cor. 4th ft Adams Sts. Olympia, Wash. Lester Benton visited Saturday and Sunday with his parents. Brother Church opened revival meetings at the school house Mon day evening. Brother Murry assist ed him. Mr. and Mrs. Bozarth and son Everett enjoyed Sunday dinner with Mr. Carpenter's family at Belmore. Ernest Sallee, is confined to his home on account of bronchial pneu monia. Dr. Partlow is attending him. Rev. Mr. Church and family visit ed Benton's and Palm's last Friday. | R. D. Sallee was called home last Wednesday on account of the Illness of his son Ernest. Mr. Bozarth went to Olympla Wednesday. 1 Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Bates were in town Friday evening. Mrs. Sallee, Mr. R. D. Bailee's mother, is visiting him. [ Mr. and Mrs. J. V. McAfferty vis ited friends and relatives Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Fay entertained Miss Standke at dinner Tuesday evening. • • • • Under an order Issued lkte last week by Superior Judge Mitchell, each of the twelve stockholders of the defunct Tenino State bank must pay to the receiver SIOO on each share of stock they held, as an as sessment to meet the bank's obliga tions. Isaac Blumauer, the heaviest stockholder, will have to pay $5,100; • W. Dean Hays, formerly cashier, $l,lOO, and the other stockholders lesser amounts. • • • • Mrs. Frank Morris went to Sunny side Saturday after spending four weeks here visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Matheson.