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NEWS OF YOUK = AXD NEIGH ftIOKS-=== (I'.(M'H Uf> Noll 1«> IN>l t! t "iMlil.lt \if<>\ '>l \i us || || i.ljv IM i:i N «. i lli t M;I;I s i \\ i I - K < <IITCI- -ft >NI>KS I S «II<X 1.11 MA II THi M >t> I 111 \ Will lil At II 111 l> t M ll' I \til |. \ | |;!i nu\ WII«\i:slHl MI.III. WHIM \I 11 ll|\|> «• | \ I , OIJIJI . M'IIM>I \|S Mil OMIIIIH. II I-, XI! I: i.\ lil ( \| -,| Ijj I N Willi RKfi:i\ l;l> T< KM. \n. I CI: ii ITI.N \ I it>\. wi UII.I. \ PUINT A 1.1. 11l I 111 >1 M W«• 11 ; lllls \\ I ( \N (,|;i VM) II\I,I \slt VOI'I! CO-Ol'l;ls.\Tio\ IN *»I:I:I\«. HUT TIII \ N I > I\ TIMK.) LITTLE ROCK Mrs. James Dail> lias returned from a two weeks' stay at Orting, where she was visiting her father, who was very ill. Mrs. r. F. Dixon and children, Lerov and Maud have returned from a two months' visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Kitt, at Harrington, Wash. Mrs L. S. Hoage of Olympia and Mrs. 0. H. Rose of Meridian, Idaho, mother and sister of Mr. Roy Hoage, were visiting at the home of the lat ter a few days last week. Mrs. Tracy Smith, who was visit ing her parents for a week, has re turned to her home in Olympia. Mrs. Clarel Cunimings and infant! son were visiting her parents, Mr. 1 and Mrs. Monroe Rutledge, a few! days this week. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Rutledge and' family and Mr. and Mrs. Will Rut-! ledge and family motored to Chehalis to the fair last Friday. The Ladies' Aid met at the home ; of Mr. Roy Hoage Wednesday. There[ were 15 ladies present and much' merriment was caused by the ! auctioning of a case of toilet articles,; Mrs- Harry Heckler, president of the society, being autioneer. Delicious ice cream and cake were served by the hostess. One of the houses near the Kotick millsite, occupied by Mr. and Mrs. McAfferty, burned last Sunday. All the household goods were saved with the exception of one bed. Much ex citement was caused by a blaze in the roof of the house owned by Mr. Grant, occupied by Mr. and Mrs. Luce. No great damage was done. • • • • ROCKY PRAIRIE Mrs. Hinchcliffe and Miss Gertrude Kelsey were at Offut lake Sunday. Mrs. F. P. Crawford and D. C. Bosh motored to Tacoma Tuesday. LaVern Whipple left Monday on a business trip to Everett. H. P. Taylor has been helping a Mr. Rease clear land on the Ralph | Pierce place. i School commenced Monday with an enrollment of 19 and with Miss Emma Viste in charge. This is her second year here. The Pitman and Schonhard fami lies were picnicking at Offut Sun day. Mesdames Crawford and Bush and Miss Mary Risse were shopping in Tenino Saturday. Carl Wickenburg was a Sunday visitor at Offut, as were also Mr. and Mrs. Whipp!a. Mr. and Mrs. Rlsse were callers at the Klingbil home Sunday. "Joy," a nifty little craft belong ing to Harry Pierce of Mound Prai rie, is now gracefully riding the waves of Lake Kokane- Miss Lillian Schonhard will begin a term of school next week at Hunt er's Point. One of her sisters, Miss Helen, leaves Saturday for the nor mal school at Ellensburg, while an other, Miss Alice, will enter the Olympia high thiß fall. A. W. Solomon, Ed Waters and Harry Price of Mound Prairie were callers at the Crawford home Sun day. Hlsa Rose Schonhard was an Olympia visitor Tuesday. Miss Rita Smith has returned from • visit in Centralia. LACEY Miss Rose A. Keegan, who has been nursing at Beaver, Ore-, for the past two months, have returned to the home of her brother, C. J. Gal lagher. MISB Frances Rigney and Rossie Boynton have returned to their homes in Parkland, after spending a week at the Foy home. Lyman and Edith Fleetwood, ac companied by friends, motored to Pacific Beach last week. Miss Effle Nelson has returned from a visit at Portland. G. L. Foy and his mother made a business trip to Tacoma this week. Margaret Gallagher has returned to her home after visiting relatives in Olympia. Mrs. E. Zandell and Edith Dolan. who have been visiting at the Gal lagher home, have returned to Olym pia. The Lacey public school opened Monday. Threshers are busy in this vicinity this week. SOUTH UNION About .".0 neighbors and friends gathered at the home of Mr and Mrs .J, Abbott last Wednesday evening to serenade Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Abbott. There was plenty of noise. Light refreshments were served. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Abbott and Miss Elsie Abbott were Olympia vis itors Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. I. A. Scott and son Frank spent several days this week with Mr. Scott's sister, Mrs. W. K. Hall. Mr. Scott is from California and brother and sister had not seen each other for 24 years. Mrs Mover and son of Alaska and Mrs. B. F. Littlejohn of Olympia vis ited with their brother, Mr. (\ A. Hesse, and family last week. Mrs. Chris Srhulze and little daughter of Glendive, Mont., are vis iting Mr. Schulze's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Schulze. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Besse spent Sunday with Mrs. Hesse's mother, Mrs. Hershner, in Olympia- Mr. and Mrs. J. Ismay spent sev eral days recently in Vancouver, H. C., and visited friends in Seattle on their return home. Mrs. Elmer Carlson and Mr. Ed Pearce of Mound Prairie were visit ors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Abbott the other day. Mrs. Tom Horton is quite sick. Mrs. B. Hornborgen and son of Seattle are visiting Mrs. Hornbor gen's sister, Mrs- James Dowman. Mrs. Stewart and daughters, Flor ence and Helen, have returned to their home in Seattle after a week's visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. James Dowman and family. Wanted to Sell or Trade for Cows— Two brood sows, O. I. C., one with nine pigs and the other with eight; one O. I. C. boar and three shoats; also one three-inch farm wagon with wide tires. R. W. Bates, Tumwater, Wash. ♦ * * * SOUTH BAT Clarence Hult of Tacoma visited Charlie Elliott a few days last week. Bessie and Ethel Adair spent Sun day with their Grandma Adair. Lois and Gordon Madden spent Sunday evening at Mrs. Taylor's. Walter Parse made a business trip to Tacoma last week. Si Gotchey and the bridge crew spent Sunday on the bay. The Misses Ethel Pickett. Hilda Sunburg, Alma Parse, Dollena Cole and Messrs. Dean Pickett and Clar ence Dibble spent Thursday evening at the Walt Parse home. Mrs. Pickett is visiting her many friends in Tacoma. Mrs. Abernethy of Olympia is vis iting her daughter, Mrs. Arthur Bry ning. Miss Hilda Sunburg of Tacoma spent a few days with Miss Ethel Pickett last week. Mrs. Nailer of Lakeview visited Mrs- Fred Carter a few days last week. Miss Mabel Christenson of Tacoma is visiting Miss Margaret Davidson. Mr. Will Lohrer and family took Sunday dinner at O. R. Swayne's. Preaching services will be held at the Grange hall at 8 o'clock in the evening of the first and third Sundays of the month, instead of in the after noon as heretofore. Vern Parse has gone to Tacoma to learn automobiling. Clarence Dibble of South Union visited friends In South Bay last week. Miss Dollena Cole of Olympia spent a few days last week with Alma and Gladys Parse. A few of the Pleasant Glade people met at .Toe Longmlre's Saturday eve ning and organized a Farmers' Card club, with a total membership of 14. The following officers were elected: John Rogers, president: Glenn Rog ers. manager: Nettie Sylvester, sec retary and treasurer. John Rogers furnished the machinery for the in stallation. John Rogers, Ed Cramp and Joe Longmire are ready now to challenge any card players in the state. Miss Elizabeth Davidson has been visiting friends in Tacoma. Tiie Sunday School picnic at Priest Point park was well attended, all seeming to enjoy themselves. Mrs. Fred Moore has so far recov ered from her operation at St. THE WASHINGTON STANDARD FRIDAY. SKPTH.MHKR 3, Ifil.'i ' ■ ~ a ' i ;ibli- tit I Sylve ! •! look . -■ • ilic job . ■ * » « » EUREKA \ • . . ■ , - ;i> ill" \ 1 . . • . lping < !r Fox o >--,s be. ll ill Mr. and Mrs. Van Ausdate of North |• ii• 1<•• "H il.- ir way hot;.. •' 1 Hi i lii■ fair In a ii t Ii Hot I Smith and family. Mr. ami M-rs. Art Vartin of Y.-l\ were \ siting with hor sister, Mrs H;irh :■ Mori is. la: t week. Mr. \<ia ami faniilv were Sunda> visitors at the home of \|ex Price. I —IST Wednesdaj being the Tt'.tii birthday of Joe Conine, a few of the oMer neighbors were invited in to spend the d;i\ with him- His sister, Mrs. Lafferty, and son William of Murray. lowa, were among the guests Mrs. Reid Conine was brought home from the Tacoma hospital last Tuesday. It is hoped that she may soon regain her health and be able to be out among her friends again. Professor Peters, wife and chil dren, Misses Vivian, Treva Conine. Grace, Clare and Jennie Robinson. Genevieve Fitch and Vera Algyer, who had been camping on the Des Chutes river, broke cam]) and re- turned to their respective homes last Sunday evening. Messrs. Dain and Fitch returned from the Centralia fair Sunday morn ing, where they had been with some of their Duroc Jersey swine. They carried away three first and three second prizes. FAIR VIEW The party at the Neighborhood House was very well attended last Saturday evening and everyone seemed to have a very good time. The music was excellent, also the supper, and dancing was continued until a late hour. Mr. and Mrs. It. W. Bates visited B. Woodcock and family on the East side, Olympia, last Friday evening. Stillman Palms has returned to Satsop to work after spending a few days at home. Last Wednesday the neighbors of Pairview had a very jolly picnic at Priest Point park. It was given in place of the regular meeting of the Friendship Circle and almost all of the members, with their families, were present, as well as several guests- A very pleasant day was spent and a delicious picnic dinner disposed of. Ira Palms from Oregon has been visiting his parents for a few days. Mrs. J. Bozarth visited the South west Washington fair the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Nason motored to Centralia one day last week. Mr. Chapman of Seattle visited Mr. and Mrs. S. Fay several days last week. Miss E. Maag of Olympia was the guest of Mrs. R. W. Bates last Thurs day and Friday. • ♦ • * PLUM STATION Good-bye to summer, hot weather, smoke and fire—it rains! The Johnson threshing outfit Is working its way through the neigh borhood this week. Mr- and Mrs. Neal Conn and baby son of Seattle spent last week with Mr. Conn's parents of this place, re turning home Sunday. Mr. A 1 McCorkle of Centralia, with his family, visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. McCorkle, for a short time Sunday. Mr. George Conn is suffering from a very bad sore foot, caused by lacing the shoe too tightly across the Instep. He was obliged to go to a doctor and have his foot lanced one day last week. Mrs. Lizzie Kratz, who is having a well drilled on her place, reports "one hundred feet and no water." Mr. and Mrs. Ed Campbell, with Mr. and Mrs. John Yantis and daugh ter Faith, all of Olympia, visited at the Nelson's Sunday. ELD INLET The long looked for rain has come [ and settled the dust and cleared the atmosphere of smoke. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Brenner and daughter and Mr. and Mrs. Ahearn made the trip to Mount Rainier this week. They ramped at Reese's, but made the trip beyond the Camp of the Clouds. One unfortunate man met his death foolishly near where the local party was. Hundreds of people, tourists from many states of the Union, are visiting the park. Mrs. E. A. Young of Olympia vis ited her mother, Mr? M. L. Swan, Wednesday of this week. Mrs. Griffith visited Mrs. Ahearn Monday. The McLane school begins its ses sions next Tuesday. Every farmer in this vicinity has 1' 's gra l ! l l.nuseii. l eadj for the Ihl i .-i , i >.• inai'hiiu'. NORTH LAKE 'i !;< Mi.-si > Alma Parse ami Dol -1 ' 1 i • \i • ■ t i tik : r.'-rids in this Vit 1 uit \ las' Wednesday. M i 1:■ 111. . ami M rs. Reed called >a \!t -.SSir: Friday. 1 M A i \ Adair and eliil ■l''l i.. Ruth ami Robert, visited at •la K Adan's Thursday evening. Mr. George Hump burned his i. ■:illL r Thursday. Misses Ruth and Margaret Hay deen ha\e returned home from a two weeks' visit in Taeonia. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Springer and baby of Pleasant Glade visited at 1.. M. Springer's Sunday. Quite a few from this section spent Sunday at the beach. Kverybody en joyed the water immensely. Mrs- Shincke called on Mrs. Reed Tuesday afternoon. Kverybody likes to see the little rain we get once in a great while. The gloomy weather made Shinoke's oats fly in fast Monday and Tuesday. * * * + PINE GROVE Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Pease have both been sick, but are better now. Mr. Pease has gone back to the camp to work again. Mrs. Callahan and family have just; returned from a trip to the ocean beach and a visit with friends and relatives. Mrs. Edgar Peregrine visited for several days recently with her mother near South Union. Mrs. Moreland and two sons, who have been visiting the most of the summer with her father, A. Dawson, have returned to their home in Port-j land. Miss Mcßain of Everett, who had been visiting Mrs. J. N. Wiseman, re turned to her home last Monday. Edgar Peregrine has gone to The Dalles, Ore-, on business and expects to be away some time. Miss Dorothy Pease is in Olympia this week visiting relatives. Our district clerk is having the schoolhouse and grounds fixed up in preparation for school, which will begin the 7th of September with Miss Orilla House as teacher. Wakeman Mowery and family are up from Satsop visiting her people,! the Clark Callahan family. Miss Ruth Whitham and father. Robert Whitham, will go to' Seattle thii wr>ek. He expects to visit a short time and Miss Ruth will teach again this winter. P. G. Honey and family were out from Olympia part of last week vis iting with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Honey. Mrs. Ed Robinson of Big Fishtrap bay, is slowly improving. She was quite badly hurt some time ago. Mrs. Sam Kaylor is in Seattle for a couple of weeks visiting with her son. * • • * BUSH PRAIRIE Mr. and Mrs. Sy'Heverling and daughter Anna of Seattle visited last week with their cousin, Mrs. R. A. Cook, and uncle, Mr. James Moore of Brighten Park. Floyd McCrady and Arthur Block returned to their home in Chehalis Friday of last week after visiting their aunt, Mrs. R. A. Cook. They also spent a few days in Tacoma. Stella and Delia Cook called 011 Bernice Hodge Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Cook spent Saturday in Olympia. Mr. and Mrs. John Bush and daughter Louise spent Sunday at Offutt lake. Mr. W. White continues to im- prove. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Hodge and daughters Alice and Bernice called at the Nelson home Sunday. 4E- J. Hodge bought a cow of Andrew Nelson last week. School will commence September 7 with Miss Dora Sumarlidason as teacher. It is requested that all try and be at Sabbath School at 10:15 a. m. next Sunday. Ruth and Neo Drewry are visiting their aunt, Mrs. Hannah Brainard of Chambers' Prairie. Mrs. David Drewry, who has been quite poorly, is somewhat better. Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Meek attended church in town Sunday. * * * » PUGET The co-operative birthday party given at the home of Mr. and Mrs. S. Y. Bennett Tuesday evening, the 24th, was a great success. The party was in honor of all those having birthdays in August, of which therej were quite a number- The chief amusements of the evening were taffy-pulling and games on the lawn, which was gaily decorated with jack o-lanterns. Pelicious refreshments, consisting of ice cream, cake and coffee were served at midnight and the guests departed at a late hour. Rev. M. H. Mixsell showed some' The Best Groceries Cost No Wore Than the Others \\ h«-i< you trade here you Kuy 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 very interesting stereopticon pictures at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Barkley Thursday evening the 26th. The Farmers' club met last Friday night, when two new candidates were initiated. Miss Gertrude Chambers returned home last Sunday after a visit with friends in Lacey. Mr. and Mrs. John Carrier and family spent last Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Martin. Miss Maud Jamison of Tenino spent last week visiting her many friends in Puget. Mrs. Brandlin and Mrs. Hood of Seattle, who have been visiting Mrs. F. E. Bullard, Mrs. Brandlin's sister, returned to their homes last week. Mr. O. I. Evans made a trip to Olympia last Tuesday. Miss Rosie Larsen of Taylor Bay spent a few days of last week visiting relatives in Puget. Mr. S. Y. Bennett and son Arthur went to Olympia last Monday. Quite a lot of improvements are being made on the schoolhouse. Mrs. Baird and son Lloyd and Mr. Carl Shulz of Seattle visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Evans Sunday. Mrs. Nathan Arnold and daughter Edith spent last Monday in Olympia. Mrs. F. E. Bullard and Miss Maud Jamison called 011 Grandma Evans last Monday afternoon. * * * ♦ PLEASANT GLADE The local school starts next Tues day with Miss Margaret Cook of Kent as the teacher- She had charge of It last year. The Holly club will meet at the home of .Mrs. Hiram Spencer Friday afternoon. Mrs. Nettie Maloney visited hereon last week. Fred Robbins, who is working near Shelton, spent a couple of days at home this week. Mr. and Mrs. Davison and family autoed to Tacoma Sunday. Mrs. Fred Moore was brought home from the hospital last week. Her many friends hope for her speedy recovery. Mrs. Fred Robbins and Miss Marian Bigelow visited Mrs. E. T. Palmer one day last week. * » • » GATE The Gate liitie club held a meeting Tuesday evening when the different types of rifle were discussed. The club is recognized by the government and the National Rifle association. Emil Johnson was shot in the shoulder by a young man who was attempting to steal his motorcycle, Monday evening, and the bullet was removed Tuesday evening at Cen tralia. Mrs. James Smith went to Centra lia Monday. Mrs. Leslie Johnson went home Tuesday. Her sister, Marjorie Smith, went with her and will stay a short time. Mr. Jordan is in town. Mr. Carlson tired his slashing Thursday. It burned well. The time of prayer meetings has ben changed to 8 p. m. Thursday. Mr. Charles James was in town Wednesday. Mr Self is preparing an excellent sermon for Sunday night. Everyone should hear him. Mr. Gaisell and family were at the beach from Sunday to Tuesday. The roads were very bad. Harvest Time Is Now Near When the crop is sold this Fall put your money in the bank. Ranchers who have bank ac counts have an asset the man who does not bank does not possess. The city businessman banks. Every businessman in the country should bank. Come in and be acquainted at the Capital National Bank Two Million Resources *** FOR SALE *** NICE BRIGHT OAT HAY. CLEAN AND NICE. PHONE 10 F 5 For Sale ON CLOVERFIBLDB FA KM. The registered Holstein-Friesian bull Sir Colantlia Ringwold 11.. 2% years old. His calves prove his quality and may be seen on the farm. Also registered Holsteln bull calf Prince Colantha Cloverflelds. Also a 2-year-old heifer, 5 steers 18 months old, and 35 Angoras. Also wood and bark, full cords. TELEPHONE <l7O. Mrs. Gaisell was at Black Lake from Thursday to Saturday. llrs. Knox and daughter Glinys went to Tono Wednesday. Mr. Self had charge of the post office while Mrs. Gaisell was away. Mr. Fettts and son "Bub" went to | their ranch at Cedarville. They j found all their apples stolen and picked a half sack of scrub apples, I all that were left. Then they went away and forgot these. * » * • Auditor Appoints I trot her Bookkeeper Will Gaston, son of former Sheriff and Mrs. George Gaston and brother ot County Auditor Annie Gaston, Is a new employe in the county auditor's office, having been given a position as bookkeper this week. He had been working in Portland for the last year • • • * Pleasant. Glade is to have another club, the Ananias, and It will meet at the home of John Rodgers Saturday evening.