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NEWS OF YOUR FRIENDS rANP NEIGHBORS = (KIHTOKS VUT—TO INMKI. IM HI l« \Tlo\ Ml M \\> I I ITERS DIKING TIN: (I IIIII'M w I I K < I >Ki;I :»|'OMH;M > siioii.n MUI THKM SO rill I VIII.I. Kl \< II Tills oi lIT 1-' \nr I.\TKK I'll \\ WKDNKSIIO Mt.m. \vni:\i;\i:it \\\ ni.Ms mat in «OKIII:- SPOMIKN rs viii ll\iii ii it. IT i» s(ii.i:i.v IIK< AISI; TIII V UT.IM; RECKIVEI) TOO I,ATK Kill I'l IU.I<\TIO\. \M Hll.l, GLXIH.Y PRINT AM, OK THKSK \K\Vs M i ll Ks UK iA\ <.IT AM) ONLY \s|» YOl R CO-OPKRATION IN S|;J:IS,, THAT THEY REACH Ks IN TIME.) ROCKY PRAIRIE Mrs. A. Wickenburg lias been < n tertaining friends from her old home in Leeds, X. D. LaVern Whipple was a business vistor in Centralia Tuesday. Mrs. Hinchcliffe visited friends in Olympia the past week. R. H. Smith has returned from a visit with relatives in Centralia. Ed Diamond of South Union has been working on the sehoolhouse. Mr. Collins was out from Oflut de livering goods Monday. Mesdames Crawford. Whiticar and Bush motored to Tenino Wednesday. The Misses Gertrude Kel soy and Rita Smith spent Sunday at the Hart suck home at South Union. Mr. and Mrs. Ipes were in May town Sunday. Mrs. Whiticar visited friends in Olympia during the week. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Bush, Mrs. Delia Walker and daughter, Robert and Edna Bush of Kelso, drove up in Mr Bush's new car and spent sev eral days at the home of his brother, D. C. Bush. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. McOuire were Sunday callers at the Risse and Crawford homes. Ed Nichols of Bucoda was out on business last week. A picnic party composed of Miss Myrtle Shelley and John Mitchell of Maytown, Mr. and Mrs. Whipple, Elery and Ella Whipple, spent Sun day on the shores of Lake Kokane. Mrs. George Drake and children, from Grand Valley, were guests of Mrs. Crawford Thursday. Alex Halter was a Tenino visitor Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Crawford motored to Tenino Monday. Miss Rose Schonhard was shopping in Olympia Saturday. Olan Strelsey has a fine new mo torcycle. Miss Phyllis Pitman and brothers, Vinton and Vernon, were guests at the Schonhard home Sunday. Mrs. B. Risse gave a picnic in honor of her birthday Sunday and anyone fortunate enough to have en joyed her hospitality has some idea of the good times and good eats en joyed by all those present. The pic nic was held on the shore of Lake Kokane, where boating and bathing were enjoyed by the following: Mr. and Mrs. Risse, Mr. and Mrs. Craw ford, Mrs. Tierney of Maytown, Mr. and Mrs. Bush and sons, Grandma Klnsey, the Misses Florence and Margaret Tierney and Mary and Dor othy Risse, Messrs. Will, John, George and Michael Risse, Conrad, Michael and Prof. "Billy" Tierney, Charles Hillis and George Brassa man of Maytown. • • • • O. I. C. pigs for sale, $2.50 each. Leave orders with M. E. George. A. Shaw, R. 1, Olympia, Wash. Adv-8-1-3 • • • • ELD INLET Mrs. McLerren and children of Se attle are visiting at the home of James Housman. Mrs. B. J. Shannon visited Sunday with her aunt, Mrs. M. L- Swan. Mr. William Swan, wife and baby and Miss Thomas were Sunday vis itors at the home of Perry Baker. Mrs. L. C. Campbell made a visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ahearn, during the past week. Miss Maggie McLane was a week end visitor at the home of her par ents, Mr. and Mrs. M. McLane. Mr. and Mrs. Ahearn visited Sun day with Mrs. Minn'e Swan. Mr- and Mrs. Manley Baker have moved to this vicinity, where Mr. Baker has employment. Mrs. McLane visited in the city Saturday. McLane Grange will be well rep resented at the picnic at Point De fiance Friday. Emery Swan visited with his mother, Mrs. Minnie Swan, Sunday. • • • • SNEIDER'S PRAIRIE Mr. J. A. Morrow motored to Olympia Wednesday. Mr. E. T. Young and daughter Edith visited with Mr- and Mrs. W. C. Young Tuesday. Miss Sarah Gay of American Lake 1b visiting her cousins, the Misses Frances and Robin Johnston of Mud Bay. Mr. and Mrs. R. Weatherill, J. W. Wi.i'l erill and Lester Trigg have r&- | turned from a trip to Hood canal, where they visited the formers' son and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Robins, and granddaughter, also Mrs. 1.. P. Robins and daughter and Mr. and Mrs. Foster of Clifton. They report a fine < ate h of trout on the canal, some lovely scenery and the [toads in good condition all the way Mr. and Mrs. Matt Twohy motored to Olympia Tuesday. Miss E. Ross and John Ross have 1 een staying a few days with Miss j E. V. Young of Mud Bay. Mr. and Mrs. E. Rice visited with Mr. and Mrs. ,1. Helser one day last week. Mrs. Abe Weaver and family of New Kamilche visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Swan Solbeck, of Sneider's Prairie, last week. Miss Ida Toban and Miss N Dun kelleger called on Miss Edith Young Sunday. Mrs. Swan Solbeck and family motored to N'ew Kamilche Friday. Mrs. H. Wages and granddaughter Mabel and Dennis Odell were visitors' in this vicinity Friday. Miss Edith Young and Miss E. i Ross called on Mrs. Lee Wheeler Friday. Mr. A. F. Braun was a visitor in the city Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. G. Black and family were in the city to see the elephants Wednesday of last week. Mrs. F- Russell and daughter Pansy of Portland have been spend ing a week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Greenwood and family of Oyster Bay. Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Brown and Mrs. L. Weaver called on Grandma Whitney Tuesday. Ernest Weatherill, who went to Montana for his health, is Improv ing rapidly and reports crops In fine condition. • • • • EUREKA Miss Ruth Chabert left Sunday for California, where she will make her home with an aunt and attend school 'during the coming year. Mr. L. N. Rice is in the Tacoma General hospital, but it is hoped he will soon be able to be about again. Miss Rose Webber, who has been working at the Mountain View hotel, is spending her vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs- George Web ber. Mr. Frank Mayes passed away Friday, August 13, at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mayes of Olympia. The relatives have the sympathy of their many friends in their affliction. Reid Conine and father, J. E. Co nine, were in Tacoma Sunday to see Mrs. Reid Conine. Chauncey Grover, Miss Mattie Grover and Mr. and Mrs. Gibbons and daughter Dorothy left Saturday morning for east of the mountains, where they will visit with Mr. and Mrs. Ben Grover. Mrs. Nathan Morris, who has been quite poorly for some time, went to Roy Friday to stay a few days at Dr. Beach's sanatorium • * • • WARD'S LAKE Mrs. McLane and daughters, Ruth and Margaret, of Rockford, Conn., who visited their uncle, W. N. Bailey, several days, left Tuesday for San Francisco to visit the fair. Miss Mary Chilson of Everett is visiting relatives at Ward's Lake and Olympia. Mrs. E. W. Clark has returned to her home in Eastern Washington after visiting relatives in this vicin ity. Mrs. William Hepp and son Fred are visiting in Seattle. Mrs. Norton and daughter Lillian of Chicago have been visiting at the A. W. Clark home lately. Miss Nor ton was a missionary in Calcutta. India, for six years and, after a visit to the California expositions, expects (o return to that country this fall. She has been spending the last year and a half in the United States. Mrs. Ross Chilson returned hom" Sunday from Tacoma, where she had been called by the illness of a sister, who is visiting there from Colorado. • • * • FAIR VIEW Mrs. E. Peregrine from Pine Grove is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Hutson. Mi9s May Ramberg of Olympia TIIE WASHINGTON STANDARD. FRIDAY. Al'til'Sf 2">. .-pet:t the Meek-end with Mrs. R. W. Hates. M > Bamberg wi)l teach tti Fail view s hool r;.. '>'...ng term. Mrs K. W. !;,it> - and m Hartl. >. i. i I• • Ma: le> Hales and A. I'ai'ls at'e:id.-d It.. hail gailie at Mavtown Sunday M•> S !'av !:.i- to Seattle for a t- w days. 1 '.Hint S'lper 'eiidevt L. A. Kihh< has 1» en out tl.ls wa, on business severa. times the past week. Fhe (iiiitract f .r the new Fairview school I.as been let to W... F. Brasc h. A very dtlightful harvest dance was given at the Neighborhood House last Saturda> evening. Th" loom w;:s very prettily d corated with grain, corn stalks, purple ber ries and crepe paper. Dancing was enjoyed till midnight, when a hot 'supper was served. Mrs. J. Benton decorated the house and Mrs. J. Bo zarth presided over the supper room. The music was excellent and was fur nished by Will and Roy Clark, J. Bo zarth and K Sallee. Mr. and Mrs. 11, Clees of Olympia visited H. \Y. Bates and family Mon day evening. Quite a large crowd from this neighborhood attended the circus. J. Doherty is working at Malone, Wash., for a short time. Miss Gussie Brasch has returned to Tacoma. Miss Jessie llutson is visiting friends in Olympia. The last meeting of the Friendship Circle was held at the home of Mrs. J. Benton. Quite a number of the members were present and a deli cious lunch was served by the host ess and very much enjoyed. The next meeting will be a picnic at Priest Point park instead of the reg ular meeting. Mrs. J. Bozarth visited Mr. and Mrs. Jones down the bay one day last week. Miss Inez Watson has been visiting her sister, Mrs. O. G. Bates, for a few days. ♦ • » • PLEASANT GLADE Mrs. J. R. Bobbins is visiting at Mrs. Frank Hannaford's this week. The Holly club met with Miss Mamie Stoll Thursday afternoon. The many friends of Earl Spencer gave him a genuine surprise party last Saturday night on the occasion of his seventeenth birthday- The evening was spent in playing flinch and pit, and refreshments were served. Frank Robbins of Shelton has been visiting relatives here this week. Workmen have been busy repair ing the schoolhouse this week, put ting new shingles on the roof and in stalling new windows. Fred Robbins is baling hay on the Davison place. There's one man in Pleasant Glade who is already training horses for the races during the Thurston county Fair. * • * * BRIGHTON PARK D. Mulholland and Robert spent Saturday and Sunday at home. Mrs. Walter Williams spent ft couple of days In Tenino last week, visiting relatives. Mrs. Meacham was a business vis itor in Olympia last Saturday. Mrs. Mitchell is able to be up but is not improving very fast. A. G. West was a business visitor in Olympia last Saturday. Aubrey Ruddell of Olympia has returned home, after visiting his grandma, Mrs. D. Mulholland. Brighton Park will be well repre sented at the county picnic at Pt. Defiance. J. P. Johnson's threshing outfit was in this neighborhood this week. * « • • SOUTH UNION Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Bollinger went to Rainier Monday on business, re turning Tuesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Bollinger and family celebrated at Scott's lake Wednesday, it being the birthday of their daughter, Miss Delia. Mrs. Watson and daughter Miss Harriett, Miss Lewis and Messrs. Mc- Pherson and Stewart, of Seattle, are visiting with Mr. and Mrs. James Dowman for a week. They motored to Moclips Saturday, returning Sun day, accompanied by Mrs. James Dowman, and enjoyed the trip im mensely. Miss Mildred Ball is spending this week with Miss Eunice Gunstone. South Union was defeated Sunday at Maytown by a score of 7 to 4. Bat teries: Maytown, Rau and Rau; South Union, Bozarth and Schulze. Rau struck out 10, Bozarth 6. May town and South Union meet next Sunday. They haven't decided just where they will play, but it will either be at Little Rock or on the South Union grounds. Mrs. John Ismay and son Tom were in Olympia on business Tues day. Miss Irene Abbott is spending a few days with her sister, Mrs. George McDowell, in Olympia. LACEY Mr. and Mrs. A \V. Crosco-s of Vrhngton visin ii at the home of Mr. anil Mrs. Charles Hilson this week. They are motoring to Moclips ami various points in Oregon. Mrs, .1. .!. Kal.n ami son of Tenino are \ siring at the hotne of her par • iii- Mr ami Mrs. A Haldane ot link's Lake. Mr. ami Mrs. Henry Keiier of Olyinpia spent Sunday with Mr. and Mr-. Kd Mayes. Mr ami Mrs. J. K. W'althew and family and Mrs. P. <). Forbes have returned from North Yakima, where th-\v visited relatives. They made the trip both ways by auto and re port a pleasant time. Mr. and Mrs. Ira Hanscom and son Pitt have left for their old home at Lincoln, Maine. Misses Eveline and Irene Kenney left this week for San Francisco, where they will visit the exposition. Mrs. K. C. I'ierson and daughters of Union Mills visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. ('. J. Gallagher re cently. Mr. Lyman Fleetwood has success fully completed a well for Mr Kiefer and also one for Mr. A. V. Nelson. Mr. Francis Gallagher, who has been confined to his home with a badly sprained ankle, is now able to be at work again. Mr. David Fleetwood's family spent Sunday at Offut lake. Mr. Walter Smith has returned after a brief trip to Eastern Washing ton. Miss Eflie Nelson is visiting friends in down-Sound cities. Mr. Howard lioynton has returned to his home in Parkland after spend ing a few days with Mr. G. L. Foy. Miss Madge Dolan has returned to her home at Ward's Lake, accompa nied by her cousin, Margaret Galla gher. Mrs. A- Holmes of Long Lake is suffering a severe attack of neural gia. Little Norman, son of Mr. and Mrs. F. D. Kegley, who had the mis fortune recently to fall and break his collarbone, is reported to be improv ing nicely. Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Gallagher and family were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Mayes of Long Lake Sun day, • * • • GATE Mr. Dittlemier fished at Black lake Saturday. R. Jones is working in Olympia. Mr. William Austin has been bind ing grain for other farmers lately. Mrs. M. Spinner has been ill lately. Mrs. D. A- Stuart is improving slowly. I Harry Johnson has returned home again. ! Miss Mary Bagshaw of Bakoven, jOre., recently was visiting the two iMifls Spinners, went to Oakville Sun day. Rev. Mr. Self will deliver a lecture on "The Old-Time Religion" at the church Sunday evening. ; Mrs. Berry went to Centralia Mon day to have some dental work done. A meeting will be held at the church at 8 p. m. Friday to organize a society of young people. Mr. Berry is moving into the house in which Mr. Hintz lived. Albert Johnson of Hoqulam was in town Tuesday. Gate was nearly deserted Wednes day, the greater part of its popula tion having gone to the Pioneer plc-j nic at Rochester- Mrs. Walker was in town Sunday. j Mr. Johnson visited at the home of Mr. Smith Sunday. Mrs. M. V. Parrish made a business visit to M. C. Johnson's home Tues day. I Monday Mrs. R. M. Knapp made a business visit to the homes of Mrs. M. C. Johnson and Mrs. Parrish. Misses Clara Willett and Mae Hooven visited Mrs. M. C. Johnson on business Monday afternoon. Hollls Knapp and Harry Johnson started out early Monday morning in high spirits to make their fortune, but they turned back after reaching Bellview, arriving home footsore and weary. Mrs. Cooper was in Centralia lately. I Mr. Applegate was in Gate Monday. * * * * NORTH LAKE. Mrs. Hult of Tacoma visited Mrs. Haydeen over Friday, returning homo Saturday accompanied by Misses Ruth and Margaret Haydeen- Miss Mable Reed returned home recently after being away for two months. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Adair and son Charles, and Grandma Adair have gone to Hood's Canal to visit. Mrs. Theron Cole and children Albert and Delbert visited at Mrs. Reeds and Haydeens Sunday. Quite a number from here went to see the circus Wednesday of last week. Messrs. Ira and Fred Springer have returned home from Centralia and report fine crops. The Best Groceries Cost No Wore Than the Others When you trade here you buy such well-known high grade brands as MAXIMUM CANNED GOODS PYRAMID FLOUR GOLDEN WEST COFFEE Phone Your Orders. One free delivery daily to all custo mers living within five miles of Olympia. Four deliveries daily in city. Our hay and feed are the best —prices right. REDER & PHILLIPS "THE QUALITY GROCERS" 207 East Fourth Street Phone 593-594 -Mrs. Hum i» and Mrs. Heed called on Mrs. Sliincke Thursday. Mr. Steve Barge traded some pigs to Mr. L- M. Springer last week. Miss Flora Reed left Monday for Chambers' Prairie, where she intends to stay with her sister. Mr. Melvin Haydeen is helping Mr. P. A. Warner bale hay. Mrs. Kistler called on Mrs. Hay deen Saturday afternoon. Mr. Prank Heed visited over home Sunday. • » • • LITTLE ROCK A reception was given at the church parlors Saturday evening for Mr. and Mrs. Carrol by the friends and pat rons of the school. The evening was spent in a social way, giving every one a chance to get acquainted with the new principal and family. Light refreshments were served. Mrs. Margaret Eshoin of Aberdeen was a recent visitor here. Mrs. Eshom is a sister of Monroe Rutledge and lived here many years ago, having kept th« post office before the Northern Pacific Railway was built through the valley. Miss Grace Hiatt and Miss Viola Cash of Blue Mound, Kansas, were visiting Mrs. Albert Rutledge Satur day, the former being an old school teacher of Mrs. Rutledge. They were returning home after a visit to the exposition at San Francisco and ex pect to visit the Sound cities en route. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sturms and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Itutledge of Port land were visiting friends and rela tives here the latter part of last week. They were on their way home from the beach. Mrs. Albert Rutledge and sons, Max and Tom, have gone to Aberdeen to ijoin her sister Mrs. William Clark, 'who will spend a week camping with them at Westport. j Eugene Adair and Harold Tibbetts have gone to Pacific Beach. They ex- Jpect to stay as long us they relish their own cooking. The Milwaukee westbound train . killed a 2-year-old heifer belonging to W. T. Rutledge Sunday morning.. ! About 22 young people gathered at the home of Mr- and Mrs. Stephens Monday evening and delightfully sur j prised Mr. Earl Stephens and Misses Constance and Stella Stephens. The ! evening was spent with games and music. Delicious refreshments were .served and all had a fine time. Mrs. Harry Heckler gave a fare well party for Mrs. Ada Pease, who left Tuesday evening for her home in Tacoma. A large number of our citizens went to Rochester Wednesday to the Old Settlers' picnic. Rev. C. E. Todd held quarterly meeting here Saturday evening and occupied the pulpit Sunday morning., He was entertained by Rev. and Mrs. | Fredericks. * * * • SOUTH BAY Mr. Sam Madden had the misfor tune to sprain his ankle Sunday. Mrs. Kate Bryning spent. Tuesday | afternoon with Mrs. Henry Bickle. i Mr. Barnhart is home again after [ finishing his job of slashing near Nis qually. Miss Lois Madden spent a few days this week with her cousin, Vivia Johnson of Olympia. Mr. Gibson, the new South Bay school principal, has moved into the Hult house on South Bay avenue. Mrs. Alice Parse and daughter SAVE EVERY DAY Thrifty people have bank ac« counts. People with bank accounts have feu- financial worries. People with few financial wor ries think more of business matters. People who think more of bust ness achieve greater success. This bank can help you be thrifty. Open an account now at the Capital National Bank Two Million Resources *** FOR SALE *** NICE BRIGHT OAT HAY. CLEAN AND NICE. PHONE 10 F 8 Gladys spent Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Taylor. Mr. and Mrs. Fitzgerald and baby of Seattle are visiting at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Will Lohrer. Mrs. Belle Cramp of Pleasant Glade spent Sunday afternoon at C. A. Hose's. Hollis Hose, Harold Hawley, Charlie Elliott and Charlie Ensign spent Friday evening with Lois Mad den. Kenneth Boyle of Tacoma visited Dean Pickett a few days last week. Miss Irene Carver of Seattle visit ed Miss Alma Parse last week. Dean Pickett went to Tacoma last Saturday evening, returning home Monday. i Mrs. Allen of Tacoma is visiting her son Harry and family. Miss Jessie McDonald is visiting her sister at Cedarville. Willis Moore spent Sunday with ILyle Pickett. Mrs. Nettie Barney called at Sam Madden's Sunday afternoon. Mrs. George Parse visited Mrs. Pickett last Friday afternoon. Virgil Otis of Olympia is visiting at Harry Aliens. • • • • Temporary Light Shortage. A shingle bolt jam somewhere in the Des Chutes river between Lake Lawrence and the Tumwater power plant was blamed by officials of the Olympia Light & Power company for the shortage of light and power which crippled the service for a couple of days and nights the latter part of last week.