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SOUL NEWS NOTES Of [HE tl!: i Miss Ethe! \ounj< :• :• »<lu> o , a two wpi k:- \ h . \. dwn ai:.l Ho Miss Ma r.< i.,.r .. i> ■ , week in Taconin. The count; const-. ibi wwii (lid not not upon the proposi i purchase of the Car);, on 'nui. The s".j rune <> nn t) ■ ceK re voked the lir-cuse <f .1. Kugei.e ,j:i r dap. a Seattle i V. : iij. Ix-i-aus-e of Take advertising and charlamry. Jay Morrison of Seattle, a broiler of Mrs Jaynes. has In en \:siting Mr and Mrs. C. 1!. Jaynes at their sum nifr catup down the bay this week Mr. and Mrs. K. A. Zabel are the A happy parents of a baby boy. born Sunday. Members of the Eastern Star lodge of Shelton were the guests of the local lodge at initiation Wednesday evening, when the visitors exempli fled the degree work. Quite a large delegation from the Centraiia lodge also attended the meeting. J. H. Griffin of the Ekrem Shoe eompany went to Wenatchee the fore part of this week to register for the land drawing on the Colville Indian reservation. Funeral services were held at Mills' chapel Tuesday afternoon for Andrew T. Larson, 74 years old, a resident of Lacey for the past four years who died suddenly from heart disease at the home of his Eon, C. B. Larson, Sunday evening. He had gone out In the evening to split some wood, and when the Larson children were sent for him, he was found dead. Miss Bess Van Eaton, daughter of Trank Van Eaton, was married at Clarendon, Ark., Thursday, to Rich ard Andrews of Monroe, Ark., and wtll make her home in the latter city. Mrs. Andrews left Olympia Sunday lor Clarendon, being accompanied to Chambers' Prairie station by her ateters, Misses Ruth and Dode, and bf Mrs. W. A. Lang and Mrs. Adolpb Schmidt. I All Old Stock, but Just as Al H A Afl IHAfI More and Bigger I I find as Ever. New Stock PI UH U PH| Ml ■I'M" Bargains Than I I Added to MAKE IT MjIaIjTVTV MjJVM Mffl I You Ever Saw in I lM A REAL SALE VHMm Hill VV I Your Life. Get Here Early | i* " ; ■>! ■, ■ I I |m;v——^ —— - ■ I Onlv as Here's the biggest drag sale that ever occurred in Olympia—Almost an entire I It _ _ REMEMBER THE DATES I I th"Goods Drug Store Stock to Be Cleaned Out I I Last w Friifav I I WATT At Just What You Are Willing to Pay « j I I Why Saturday I ■ ww ' *w OF COURSE THERE IS A REASON FOR THIS SALE. IT IS TOLD IN A FEW WORDS: WE HAVE BOUGHT AN OLD DRUO 1 I ■TO * STORE IN THIS LOCALITY WHICH WE ARE GOING TO TURN INTO ONE OF THE FANCIEST, MOST UP-TO-DATE, MOST This Week I I JillS ATTRACTIVE, MOST CONVENIENT, MOST COMMODIOUS DRUG STORES IN THIS PART OF THE COUNTRY. THERE IS A I I WHOLE LOT OF STOCK HERE WHICH WAS HERE WHEN WE BOUGHT THE STORE. WE DON'T WANT IT. WE ARK GOING TO PUT IN ONLY I I r BRAND NEW GOODS FOR REGULAR SELLING. WE ARE GOING TO SELL THESE OLD GOODS ATWHATEVER YOU ARE WILLING TO PAY FOR THEM. I I A TOR OF SOAP I [ LOADED ON HOUSEHOLD NEEDS I HOUSEHOLD REMEDIES OTHER LINES AT TOILET ARTICLES I I ...jmu 5c Lead Pencils, 2 for 5c 50c Syrup of Figs- _Bsc 1/AVTA AVIfU niti/iD / I ■ A peculiar thing about soap TALCUM 25c Scout Playing Cards 15c 25c Pierce's Cougfc t Syrup.-10c YOUR OWN PRICE COLD CREAMS ■ ■ is that it improves with age. All klnds , all odors-about 50c Saniseptic Lotion.IIIIIIIIiSc SACHETS ■ I Si * nythlng youwant - °° od 6c Chewing Gur" L.. ::i2 CAMERA* FACE POWDERS | H The older UlB tbe better talcums, too —not harmed a (Llggett's). 25c Smith Bile Beans 15c (Below cost/. NO-O-DOR I We have a ton of all . clean and sweet Frozen Mint Gum, 3 for 10c 50c Swain's Backache Pills 20c LADIES' ITANnnAnfl aiminin B iima H ■ kind.. They are offered on "it-Just as clean and swee g Fraternity Chocolates 39c 25c Swain's Backache Pills-___loc HA * DBAOS SMELLING SALTS ■ & n d strong as ever. Don t 25c Sanltol Bath Powder 15c 25c Poison Oak Salve 10c (New). TOOTH MWMM I 1 ean em ° pass up this talcum offer— 25c Williams' Tooth Powder—l6c $1 Dermicide Blood Remedy 35c SAFETY RAZORS I ■ Clean 'em out!! 25c Recksecker's Tooth Powder 15c 50c Dermicide Lotion 15c /«• PERFUMES H ■ (Big assortment). ■ I 6c Soap, 8 for 26c COLGATE S LEATHER GOODB MASSAGE CREAMS | ■ 10c Soap, 6 for 86c JERGENS' ~~ ~ ' MIRRORS ALMOND MEALS ■ I ZZ'IT £ Prigmore * I ■ 26c Soap, 8 for 60c EASTMAN S TRAVELER'S SETS • SKIN FOODS ■ I 5008oap ' 8for 75c HARMONY Progressive Druggists p br V^E7 OUY ~ I I A All Siici MIRRORS and H ■ "Clean 'Em Out 0do „ Successors to B L Hill Drug Co COLUMBIA "0" 'Em Out I I lor Almist Nothing AUKinda j PHONE main 52 OLYMPIA, WASH. 6oimainst. 0 in a Big lurry" I CJffißA'Ej ANNOUNCEMENTS I" \l ■ > \\ i n I t«> \ l i JOL FORSTELL a! •:i • s i,i? ,r.;. ary ft r AS-StSSOR Subject to th- Republican primaries Pep; • ta'n" 1 1 '.'l6 i p i> \ i>\ i n I i»i>u:vr. > ERNEST L WOLF ;■ iitKiuii -es lii-- . tk li.!ni v for COUNTY ENGINEER Stili,i et in tii !iepui>itean pri maries September 12 1! >l' . < I'IIII \t»v it i vr.» E. M Mc CLIN TIC announces his Candida* v for COUNTY CORONER Subject to tio» Republican pri maries September 12, 191f>. »PAIII AItVBRTbKJIKSiT.) J H. GIFFORD announces his candidacy for SHERIFF Subject to the Republ .u pri maries September 12. 1910. <PA 111 ADVERTISEMENT.) FRANK A. WEIR announces his candidacy for COUNTY ENGINEER Subject to the Republican pri maries September 12, 1916. (PAID AnVKHTISKMKVT) RAY F WOOD Now Assistant City Engineer of Olympia announces his candidacy for COUNTY ENGINEER Subject to the Republican Primaries, September 12, 1916 (PAID ADVERTISEMENT.) JESSE T. MILLS Acting Coroner announces his candidacy for COUNTY CORONER Subject to the Republican primaries, September 12, 1916. (PAID ADVERTISEMENT) T. H. GAINES of Tono Announces his Candidacy for SHERIFF Subject to the Republican primaries, September 12, 1916. Tin: W ASH \<, !'< >N >'l AN| I.\K. ! Till )AV. .IILY 21. !!»!♦; i r »111 \ 11 \ i n u~ i; mr.vr i ISAAC BLUMAUER \ .I, - i i:didac\ for COUNTY ASSESSOR ■l■ j• ' ' »• »:• ' !il''i,-an primarii - !••• '• •• 11«1 6. i ; *. 11 \i" \ ri: i 1 mi; \i i H N. STICKLIN < ■.' 1 i ' i:< li< 1 ii«• y fur COUNTY ASSESSOR Sui'.' t ■. • i:- uMican itrJrti.tr:- . •. i:i'■'r i-'. lltlC. Sonx time within tin- next 10 days f :'•>!!■ tin' '' i !l,i' rll<»ry Will i•• :la r i'» ■1" :i 1: til .•'on count J '• • - and •• i '•ami-. • <>r«!ii:jr to word •• • -.-in •' 1.-, ' ; i . Thomas M. Vnm • i.f tin.- rou.i' * '/a me ' ommission fi •••.>.. Stati' Warii--ii li. Darwin. Ijjporporation papers for the South f '-nnal linral Telephone company of llripliton i'ark, capitalized at have been filed with the secretary of st.-sii- The tru '<-"s are A. W.Jonas nnd 0. W. ("lough of Brighton l'ark. /. A Nelson I'him Station, F. K. Littiejohn of Independence, and A. Hesse of South Union. Your Credit The farmer who has formed a banking connection has gained a credit that will be of the greatest value when he wishes to expand his farming operations. Regular deposits in this bank are the most ef fective methods of forming a satisfactory banking acquain tance, for a man so establishes his dependability, and we be lieve that a dependable farmer with fine farm land will win success in the face of all ob stacles. The dependable farmer will always receive the hearty sup port and assistance of this bank and a cordial reception whenever he visits us. Olympia National Eveivtliine Reduced «/ o j\o Reservations Merchandis of cvi iy kind and description is going up, tip. up all the time. The end is ,h i yi* 1 : iniii*li higher prices arc predicted for fall and spring by people in control that ! now. Owing to the fad lliat we had a big stock of merchandise on hand, bought at the old prices, wi have not raised our prices nor asked the advance we are entitled to, ex e. ( .r on overalls and a few other items we had to buy. We realize that people in this - .-t i<>n are hard up and not able to stand much boost in prices. It appears that business is good everywhere except on the Pacific Coast, and we are doing as good business as anyone else, but we are not doing enough to meet all of our financial obligations as promptly as they should be met. Therefore, we want to raise some money quickly and are willing to sacrifice our profits to induce you to buy for cash more goods than you would ordinarily buy. We offer all of our regular goods, all over the house at our everyday price LESS 10 PER CENT DISCOUNT, AND ALL LADIES' SILK AND WOOL GARMENTS, COATS, SUITS, SKIRTS, DRESSES, LONG GLOVES, STRAW HATS, PARASOLS, ETC., AT 25 PER CENT LESS REGULAR PRICE. TERMS, CASH ON DELIVERY. This will mean an actual saving to you of 25 to 50 per cent, figured at prices that should prevail now and do prevail in most places. We prefer to do this and give you all the benefit instead of wasting this saving that belongs to you, in a hot-air advertising scheme. This sale will only continue long enough to raise a certain amount of money, and is subject to change and stoppage without notice; therefore, act quickly. We will allow 10 per cent discount on store bills due us if paid by July 25, 1916. We never humbug the public—everything we do is honorable and genuine. The Mottman Mercantile Co. The many local friends of Mrs. Retta White, a former resident of this city, will be glad to hear that she is now pleasantly located at 1277 West Twenty-third street. Los Angeles. C. J. Lord was re-elected president and W. L. Bridgford secretary of the Olympia Autpmobile club at a recent meeting, when plans for a member ship campaign and arrangements for several special trips were discussed. The suit recently brought by the attorney general's department against A. E. Currle of Tenino, on complaint of the industrial insurance commis sion that he had collected compensa tion to which he was not entitled be cause he was an employer, was dis missed this week on motion of the state- Dr- James A. La Gassa of Tacoma, state deputy, has appointed W. F. Hahn, one of the popular young men of Olympia and grand knight of the Olympia council Knights of Colum bus, as district deputy for the South west Washington district, supervis ing the councils in Olympia, Aber den, Hoquiam, Tacoma and Puyallup. Mr. Hahn, in accepting the appoint- ment, resigned as grand knight and H. P. McCaffrey was appointed to succeed him. Zeublin, the civic expert who spoke at the Chautauqua Tues day, was the guest of honor at a pic nic supper given by Judge and Mrs. O. O. Ellis at Priest Point park Tues day evening. In the party were Gov ernor and Mre. Ernest Lister, Mr. and Mrs. C. J. fiord. Rev. and Mrs. D- A. Thompson, and several of the Chautauqua people, Including Lou Beauchamp, the humorist, P. Q. Brainerd, Miss Mary Welsh and Misa Baker.