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NEWS OF YOUR FRIENDS EUREKA Mrs- Roland of Mr Kin - na aud Miss Bealah Blackwell of Parkland were \:-s;t ng at thy home of Mr. and Mr- Webber last »'f"k Mrs. Clarence Fox was a Friday visitor with Mrs Reese of Yelm. Messrs and Mesdames Alf ami Na than Morris were Tacoiua visitors last Thursday, The marriage of William Conine and Mrs. Partridge of Los Angeles came as a surprise to his many friends here, who wish him a pros perous and happy journe> through life. The Des Chutes Grange initiated eight new members last Saturday evening. Several pupils of the Yelm Sunday school came out Sunday and visited the Eureka Sunday school. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Algyer and Mrs. Steve Pringle and daughter Alice went to Tacoma last Friday. Forest school was closed Friday and the pupils presented a play Mon day evening entitled "Tompkins' Hired Man." Harley Morris had the misfortune to have his collar bone broken Mon day afternoon, while he was reset ting the shoes on one of his horses. The Free Methodists held services In the Eureka church last Friday, Saturday and Sunday evening. Mrs. Percy Mead, formerly Amber Reese, is visiting her mother, Mrs. John Reichel. Miss Sarah Grover, who has been attending the University of California at Berkeley, the past four years, re turned home last Saturday. Mr. Fitch was taken suddenly sick last Friday evening and Dr. Hall Of McKenna was called in. His many friends hope that he will be able to be oat again in a short time. / Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Smith, accom panied by Mr. and Mrs. Grover, au toed to Tacoma Tuesday. • • • • BNEIDER S PRAIRIE Visa Albright of Indiana has been •pending a few weeks with Mrs. E. Bice of Mud Bay. Mrs. R. Weatherill and son and Mias E. Toung were business visitors In the city last Wednesday. Mr. J. Buchanan and Mr. J. Bur gess took a large party of friends down the bay the other day to The Maples to get geoducks, those in the party being Mrs. E. Rice, Miss Albright, Mrs. J. C. Whitney, Mrs. S. Bolbeck and daughter, Mrs. Kennedy, Mr. and Mrs. J. Buchanan, Mr. T. Buchanan and mother, Mr. and Mrs. Parish and niece, and Mr. and Mrs. Farmet and son. A picnic dinner was served, A good time was Ported by aIL MrsT Kernodle and two daughters hbeen spending a few days in the city this week. Mr. 8.. T. Toung and daughter SOU* took dinner with Mr. and Mrs. "SW. Toung Sunday. Mrs. W. J. Countryman was in the "dty Saturday. ■Mrs. Rice and Miss Albright of Indiana were in the city Saturday. Mrs. J. Buchanan and mother called on Miss 13. Toung Saturday at her home on Mud Bay. We are pleased to hear that Mrs. J. O'Hare, who has been sick at St. Peter's hospital, will be able to be moved to her home in a few days. Mrs. R. Weatherill spent the last few days in town visiting with friends. Mr. A. Miller and daughters were visitors in Olympia last week. Mr. and Mrs. Twohy motored to Olympia Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. J. Helser were Olym pia visitors Saturday. Marian Helser was in the city last ■week to take the eighth grade ex amination. • • • • BLACK RIVER VALLEY. "Mrs. Nelson of Chehalis was a guest of her daughter. Mrs. Voss, several days last week. Roy Hodge has moved in the house lately vacated by Mrs. Floyd Parish. Blaine Eshom and family of Olym pia were calling on old friends in Cate last Sunday. Mr. Stewart was hanging paper for Mrs. Cash Mudge last Sunday. Miss Elsie Pileher was shopping in Oakville Wednesday. Elder Boyington is holding a short series of meetings in the Union church at Gate this week. Otis Parish has been on the sick list for several days.. Mr. and Mrs. James Eshom of Cen tralis were week-end visitors at the tiome of Mrs. M. V. Parish. The Art club met with Miss Rose Johnston last Thursday and the af- AND NEIGHBORS = ii.i? fancy work At 4 o lo c a, «!»'■ 1 ' "u- lunch was served by the i j.- .'••■-s. assisted by Mrs t'begin:..1 n. six ''• ••11 mi mbers were present. Mrs By. d and daughter May •- ert shopi :'ig .:. ten'ra.ia Saturday ul iast we> k. Tb - is the last week of school and the little '• ilov - are all happy. The Posie family, who moved from Gate to Centralia some time ago. are again located in Gate City. Byron Parish was home from <'e darville last Sunday to renew ac quaintance with his family. R. H. Jones made a business call in Chehalis Friday of last week. P. A. Murray was in Gate recently on business. • • • » FAIRVIEW A large number of guests were en tertained at the Neighborhood house last Saturday night. Dancing was the main pleasure of the evening and the music was excellent. Dur ing the evening several vocal selec tions were sung and thoroughly en joyed. Mr. W. Townsend of May town sang a solo and there was also j one by Mr. R. Sallee and several du ets by Howard Clark and Hobart j Smith. Supper was served at mid- S night. Miss Leona Shelley spent the week end at the Benton home. Mrs. R. Sallee and Miss Lulu Ben | ton visited Mrs. R. Bates Monday af- I ternoon. Mrs. R. W. Bates motored to May j town Tuesday with friends. Stillman and Andy Palms spent Wednesday evening at the Benton home. Everett Bozarth has returned from his work in the Black Hills. Hartley Bates is in Seattle visiting relatives and friends. Cissy Martin was a dinner guest at the Benton home Sunday. Stillman Palms has returned to Satsop. Mr. Ernest Sallee and Miss Cissy Martin spent the week-end with the former's brother, R. Sallee. Miss Ella Sallee of McCleary la visiting her aunt, Mrs. R. Sallee. Mrs. J. Kennedy and daughter, Mrs. Roberts, were Olympia visitors Friday. Mr. W. Townsend of Maytown spent the week-end with R. Bates and family. Mr. and Mrs. J. Benton made a business trip to Olympia Friday. Mr. F. Nason had the misfortune to lose his chicken house by fire ear ly Saturday morning, also ISO fine young chickens were burned. R. Bailee returned to his work in the Black Hills Monday. Mr. and Mrs. O. G. Bates and fam ily were dinner guests of R. W. Bates and family Sunday. Howard Benton has been home from Satsop visiting his parents for! a few days. Mrs. R. W. Bates spent a very de li htful day with Mrs. J. Benton last Tuesday. • • • • PINE GROVE D. Peregrine is very sick and there is but little hope of his recovery. Ed Parker had his cows tested for, tuberculosis last week and got a clean bill of health. One day last week one of the auto salesmen of Olympia came out to J He Bank of Service & Courtesy Tfie Bank of SerVice & Courtesy The Checking Account for the Fanner Many farmers keep a check ing account with us regularly because it is a great help and convenience in their every day business. With a check ing account you can tell ex actly the total amount of your receipts and expenditures for each month for the entire year. When you sell your farm products, deposit the money in the Bank, subject to check. The obligations you have can be cancelled by check When you make a purchase, pay by check. We invite you to try this system. You can mail us your de posits. Olympia National ;!11; STAMiAKI) M.'II'AY. MAV -• .1 • 1»> T :r. .Si,el la:, - ] a"- !' a lot Mr. Tilso,. i ( a was out : * '. IT ? fi»* tUIi. Tt:.- >T; e. „ - jdard bay : ••; a r> i ' ;■ , :ng in nc* pil r.g a:, i bra • - i' - in better sha - , now than ever before. The heavy frosts lately have been doing a ;<>t of damage to fruit, es p—"ially cherries and -'rawberries. ♦ « • * < iovt'i-flpli! Farm Offers for sale two unusually fine, pure-bred, registered Holstein- Fries iun bull cal' -s. Victor Wayne Clover fo-lds and Champion DeKol Clover fields. They are beauties, come and see them, send for their pedigrees. Also Sit Angoras and registered billy. HAZARD STEVENS, ■"-3-2 Olympia. • • • • PLUM STATION Mrs. May Freitag is spending the week in Aberdeen. Mrs. Lizzie Kratz is spending some time in Napavine with Mrs. Parkin son. wife of a former operator at this place. Misses Grace Thompson, Katherine Mottman and Zona Deming, high school friends of Miss Verna Nelson, spent the week-end with her at her home. Mrs. Whitaker, who has been in Los Angeles during the winter, re turned home Wednesday morning. A carload of steel recently arrived at the Station to be used in the con struction of the new Collins bridge. • * • * Strayed op Stolen Bay horse, weight 1,000 lbs., rangy, wire cut on front feet and right leg near breast. G, A. Goranson, box 34, Lacey. (Adv. 5-4-1). • • • • ROCKY PRAIRIE " W. E. Anderson and Mr. Feather son of Tacoma were business visitors 1 here during the week. Miss Hattie Taylor came out from j Olympia Saturday and visited at the home of her nephew, H. P. Taylor. Mrs. Clarence Watson and daugh ter Elsie spent several days last week with relatives and friends in Grand Mound. J. Peterson and Frank Long jointly celebrated their birthdays Friday at °L™ 3 DAYSStr'HAY2B ELLIOTT & SHERMAN Present D. W. GRIFFITH'S EIGHTH WONDER OF THE WORLD MATINEES 2:15 J " I EVENINGS 8:15 From London |l CV Dramatic To San M Sensation Francisco fl of two The Conti- Oreatest H nents Triumph '■ ■ ' The Stage V I W A ■JT A 1 k v Seat Sale World I I f I Now On Has ever s, t the Known Book store 30 BYMPHO N Y ORCHEBTR A —3o Plenty'of Good Seats. Secure Them Now Highly Important PRICES: The Olympia Theater is FAIR, Fi.>o? vwm '» o i.oo « si. so u„,. r h„ ,™ AT ™ EE ' $, 0 o and is endorsed by the Olympia £? s*!™"- v I'"' 4 '™» : »?*> Trailufi (* ii i* Balcony, last 4 rows 50c rrades Council. b"!,"4,"""'"" ;. S2 S JS "*"«*• ""■•-«-"v,r::::::'.m 1 r - home. other friends a:!.-! u ft..- . : it.ii. extended coti -:■ jlation- am! ht*lp ** • i everyone • • joy .1 ;;• -u: ' *ven;ug Mr. ! Mrs. M:»ch~ll have ni.-ved to May town. Mr. Ipe motored out from Centra .i St• , rday for a -hort visit with h:~ -O!. 1,. E. Ipe. Mrs. I;. H Smith was a Centralia visitor the first of the week. Mr. and Mr- Richards of Win throp. Wash., were guests of Mr. and r- Crawford Sunday and Monday. Sam Stark was trading in Olympia Saturday. Mrs. Kelsey and daughter. Miss Gertrude, spent Sunday on Chambers' Prairie. r H. Whipple was over from Lit tle Rock Thursday. C. L. Stenger was circulating among friends Monday. Mr. Rutledge of Little Rock was, doing some repair work on the phone lines Monday. Dr. Wichman was called out from Tenino Saturday to attend Elton' Loney who was on the sick list. Mrs. Daniels is enjoying a visit from her sister from Oregon. Mr. and Mrs. Whipple spent one! evening last week with Mr. and Mrs. Crawford. Alex Hall was a Sunday visitor in Olympia. B. Rlsse was trading in Olympia. Tuesday. School closes Friday after a very successful nine months' term. Alex Halter reports the first bear of the year, he having killed one near the Thill farm recently. B. H. Smith was in centralia Sat urday on business. Mr. Smith, Sr., has moved into his new cottage near the Beaver Creek mill. . ' * * * » BUSH PRAIRIE School closed this week and scol ars are interested in their farming and in raising exhibits for the fair. J. S. Bush finished plowing for E. J. Hodge Tuesday. Louise Bush visited at South Union Sunday. Mrs. E. J. Hodge and Alice spent Monday afternoon at Mrs. Guat Nel son's. Mrs. Bush and Miss Mollie, Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Cook, Mr. and Mrs. Dib ble, and Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Hodge and Miss Alice attended the registra- Tliiir*ton County Is a Timg-Lok County Union Lumber Co. UNION MILLS, WASH. W. D. Cook, Special Thurston County Representative. Phone 18F28 TUNG-LOK TANKS ARE LEADERS, TOO. tion picnic at South Union the 18th and all had a very good time. The meeting with old friends and mak ing new ones was worth a good deal to every one, and the statement was made that if Rev. D. A. Thompson would come to the Bush schoolhouse and talk they would be sure to come and hear him. The Sunday School decided to ob- 1 serve children's day with a program and if possible preaching. The su perintendent, Mrs. Meek, was able to attend a session of the Western Washington Sunday School conven tion at Tacoma and was enthusiastic about sending some of our boys and girls as delegates next year to attend conventions, and even other well or ganized Sunday Schools would la spire them to better service. Mr. and Mrs. W. White made a j trip to town Tuesday. ••• • , A marriage license was issued by the county auditor last Saturday to William Wells and Margaret Klatush, two young people of Yelm.