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4 a ❖ NKW PIIU'KS ON ❖ OVKBL.WD KOI K v ❖ \\l» SIX MODELS * Commencing May 1. prices of the Overland Pig Four and Light Six models were tais. d in accordance with previous announcements nii.de In the Willys-Overland companj. W. K. Pronson of the Pronson Motor Car companj'. local agents, said this week. The Overland Big Four tnodjl tour ing car is being sold at $8 95 and the roadster at SSBu. The Overland Light Six price lfas been increased to )1.025 and the roadster to $l,OlO. The prices are f. o. b. the factory at Toledo. »'« •*« »J» + CHEVROLET MAKES v ❖ RECORD ON DRIVE * ❖ FROM UNION CITY ❖ 414.4.4. 4. 4. 4 4. 4. 4. 4. 4. 4. 4. 4. N. D.Mondaux of Fir Tree, F. A. Warner of South Bay and Ira C. Mil ler of Chambers' Prairie are driving new Chevrolet automobiles, pur chased this week from the Capital Transit & Repair company, local rep resentatives. Mr. Mondaux bought a "Four-Ninety" roadster, while Messrs. Warner and Miller selected touring cars. Burton Troxell, sales manager for the local Arm, reports having made a record Tuesday on the drive from TJnidn City through Shelton to Olym pia, saying that his "Four-Ninety" car covered the entire distance on "high," Including the famous Webb hill, which must be climbed at a low rate of speed because of the numer ous curves, preventing a "running start." Mr., Troxell says he believes Mils to have been the first time a light car or any machine made the entire distance on "high," and feels prond of the record. Lacqr Farmer Buys Overland. W. E. Bronson of the Bronson Motor Car Company reports the de livery of a large Overland four cylinder touring car to Ben Hermans, a well-known farmer of the Lacey district. 1 » LITTLE ROOK Mr. and Mrs. Prank Rutledge, Misses Grace Jones and Hazel Bock •ad Kenneth Rutledge motored to Stunner last Sunday. Miss Etta Sotnmers, Mrs. Herman Sommers and Mr. and Mrs. Jacob HMnrtchs motored to Olympla Tues day. Mesdames Albert Rutledge, J. F. Brown and Roy Hoage were Olympla visitors last-Thursday. Miss Veva Cummings of Olympia spent Bunday at her home here. Rev. J. C. Harrison and Mr. and Mr*. Bert Hoage of Olympla held services In the chuqph Sunday even <n«. • An interesting game of baseball was played last Friday between Little Rock and Rochester. The score was 5 to 4 In favor of Rochester. Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Heinrichs, re cently from India, are visiting at the home ot Mr. and Mrs. Herman, Som mers. Mr. Hsiirichs is a brother of Mrs. Sommert"aad he and his wife are missionaries making a tour of the world. Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Brown spent the week-end in Centralla. Quite a number of our citisens went to Qrand Mound Friday even ing to see the high school play. Mr. and Mrs. Marie Rutledge are visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Will Rutledge. Strength You revel in the strength of the Chevrolet! Its sturdiness brings you miles and miles of joyous travel—free from worry and full of faith in the dependability of your car. • You profit by the economy of the Chevrolet motor —that powerful valve-in-liead type which pulses more energy, more miles per gallon of gas oline than many higher priced cars. And you enjoy solid comfort from its strongly built body-construction, its generous interior, its pliant chassis and springs, and the liberal use of Chrome Vanadium steel. A mighty ear—this Chevrolet! Any owner will tell you of his complete satis faction. $625 at Olympia. The Capital Transit & Repair Co. 303 FRANKLIN ST. PHONE 533. DAY AND NIGHT SERVICE THF. WASHINGTON STANDARD. OI.YMI'IA, WASH. FRIDAY. MAY 11. 1917 ! School districts •>J. -3 and 19 vo < on consolidation Saturday There v ill I " ail exhibit ot do jnu'Stic science and manual twining work a' tlu 1 school Fridaj aftirnoon. ROCKY PRAIRIE A. W. Solomon, Mr. Mooiv id Miss Ely from Grand Valley were 1 Thursday guests at F. P. Crawford's | home. Kev. Mr. Hopkins held s> r\ins in the schoolhouse Sunday to a .small congregation. The weather was | rather had, so few attended. Miss Inez Clawson was a week end visitor with relatives and friends in Centralia. L. E. Ipe was in Tenino Friday.. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Durkee |ol>'mpia called on Mrs. Crawford I Monday. Mrs. Sam Stark and daughter m«pu 2VNNOUNC.IN®* FISHERS BLEND < ~ TSOUR MILIJ RECIPE 0001$ BOOj^ The sour milk season, so trouble some to housewives, has started. The Fisher Flouring Mills Co* manufacturers of Fisher's Blend Flour, has issued a sour milk rec ipe cook book which, to use a common expression, should "fill a long felt want." Occasionally a few sour milk recipes are spattered through cook books. This is probably the first time a cook book devoted exclusively to such recipes has appeared. Isabella Clark Swezy, notad baking and cook ing expert, prepared and tested every recipe. "When using sour milk or sour cream," says Mrs. Swezy, ''the idea of economy is generally up permost in the housewife's mind. The recipes in Fisher's Blend Sour Milk Recipe Cook Book were prepared with that idea in mind." tie edition of this In valuable Book to House wives is limited. A heavy demand is anticipated. A two cent stamp will bring you a copy. Address FISHER FLOURING MILLS COMPANY West Waterway, Harbor Island SEATTLE "111 V A I.IIIKKTV BOND." What Are YOU Doing To help the government now when it needs your co-opera -1 ion ? Everyone cannot enlist, but all can do their "bit" by re ducing waste. Greater production of food stuffs will benefit both the government and the producer. You can also help by using our plan of buying a Liberty Pond. You furnish $5.00 and we will sell you a bond of small denomination, lending you the necessary balance at 3V& per cent —the same rate the bond bears. Olympia National Bank "BUY A LIBERTY BOND." Erma of Maytown visited Mrs. Bush Friday. B. Itisse and Henry Bisse spent the last of the week visiting in Tacoma. Mr. and Mrs. F. Schonhard were Sunday callers at the Crawford home. Frank Kelsey is also among the proud colt owners in this neighbor hood. John Gunstone of South Union was seen in our burg during the week. The Tenino bank is helping to dis tribute corn -to the school children in each district. Mr. and Mrs. Sm}th and daughter have returned from Centralia. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Pitman and children were Olympia visitors Tues day of last week and attended the Dewey day exercises. For the second time this year the Maytown school boys were defeated by the Prairie school boys In base ball. The score was 13 to 19. The game was played Tuesday afternoon. Mr. Nelson was down from Puyal lup Sunday looking after his farm. W. Waters of Maytown acted as umpire at the ball game May day. Mrs. Crawford and Miss £,nne Fowler motored to Teninp Saturday. NORTH LAKE Mrs. Budd Shlncke and little son Bertram were visitors at Reeds' Wednesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Haydeen drove to town with a load of potatoes Thurs day. Mrs. Reed called at Bumps' and Haydeens' Friday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Haydeen autoad to Tacoma Sunday with Mr. and' Mrs. F. A. Warner to visit Mr. *nd Mrs. Carstensen, former residents ot this vicinity. The Ingram family from Rochester took dinner at J. J. Adair's Sunday. Mrs. Reed and daughters; Ruby, Abbie and Edna, and sons Frank, Norman and Donald and Mr. Delbert Springer visited at Bumps' Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Bump visited Mrs. Springer Saturday. The Misses Flo, Mabel and Abble Reed took dinner with Miss Esther Madden of South Bay Sunday. Mrs. Haydeen and daughters. Miss es Ruth and Margaret, called at Reeds' Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Springer were Olympla visitors Monday. Miss Ruby and Mr. Norman Reed spent Tuesday at Zandells'. Mr. J. J. Adair went on another Ashing trip to Long lake Sunday evening. eW heard he made a big catch. Grandpa Bump called at Reeds' Saturday evening. Mrs. Haydeen called on Mrs. Springer Monday afternoon. State Forester F. E. Pape Thurs day re-appointed Frank Rutledge of Little Rock as county fire warden and F. L. Smith as patrolman. A jury in the local superior court Thvrsda.v awarded Richard Purcell a judgment for $l6O against Mrs. O. M. Bushnell for wages he claimed she owed him. 1 department has refused to recom , mend an appropriation for improving the local harbor, dispatches received this week say, on the ground that 'there is not sufficient commerce to justify the improvement. Deputy Game Warden Baker Satur day arrested W. A. Mount of Union Mills for fishing without a license and Mount pleaded guilty when ar raigned before Justice of the Peace Crosby that evening, paying a $lO fine. Seasonable Ladies Ready to Wear NEW WOOL AND SILK SPORT SKIRTS. \\ e are showing a most comprehensive and extensive line ot' Ladies'Wasli and Silk Sport Skirts, in all the new stripe materials, Strik ing pockpt and belt effects are featured. % » WHITE SKIRTS. in a profusion of styles—we carry extra sizes. CHILDREN'S WHITE DRESSES. We have just received a big line of Children's White Dresses that are sure to please every inquirer in style, material and daintiness. See these striking little creations. Middy Blouses, in plain white and color combinations, are good for harder wear and service. ——————i———^ coats Ho Mottman Mere. Co. B ° its Special Advertisements Competent housekeeper and cook wants place on farm or in small camp. Answer immediately. Phone 409-J. (Adv. 5-2-1). Found—Green silk umbrella, in business section of city. Owner may have same by proving property and paying for this ad. Inquire thla of fice. (Adv. 6-2-1). Wanted —Cascara bark. Must be dry and free from mold. Will pay fancy price in cash. Bolster & Barnes. -2-8) Petaluma Hatchery, Pdtaluma, California, can ship day-old chicks to any express office in Washington. Five varieties. Send for circular. (Adv. 4-4-5) For Sale Ensilage cutter and power. Phone 18F14. E. T. Palmer. (Adv. 4-4-tf). For Sale—Early Rose seed pota toes. CrablU's market. (Adv. 3-4-4) Groceries to trade for farm pro' duce; right prices. At Crabill's. (Adv. 3-4-4). For Sale—Thoroughbred Jersey bull, of St. Lambert family. G. E. Stearns. Phone 10F4. (Adv. 4-1-3). For Sale—Selected early or late seed potatoes. Briggs' Fruit Ranch. Phone 19F4. (Adv. 3-4-6). Instead of talking health food, eat it! Dennett's Graham Flour solves the question. (Adv. 3-2-tf.) (Chickens Wanted—CrablU's Mar ket, 119 West Fifth. (Adv. 3-4-4). PREDICT BIG INDUSTRIAL. GROWTH FOR OLYMPIA Continued From Page One. men the other day, I could put In a line of ships from Mr. Ward's plant to Priest Point, if I could get the workmen to turn them out. It is a question of labor now. "I take a little pride In the fact," he added, "that there is no wooden shipbuilding plant In the world that will come up to the plant at Olympla of which I am the head. It is the best equipped plant of its kind there Is." Acting Governor Hart was the next speaker and he congratulated Olympia upon the strongly evident community spirit, and said he had been glad to say lately to friends from different parts of the state that "there is more real business, more actual employment, and more money in circulation in Olympia, according to its size, than any other city in the state." Prodicts Other Industries. President C. J. Lord of the Capi tal National bank expressed the opin ion that few Olympians fully realize the importance of the shipyards, called attention to the fact that in side of the nyct month from two to three million dollars' worth of ves sels will be under construction here |at one time, and predicted that a large number of new industries FOOTWEAR for CHILDREN ' Sandals sl, $1.15, $1.35, $1.50, $1.75 Canvas Shoes and Slippers. .65c, 75c, 85c, sl, $1.35, $1.50, $1.95 All-Leather Low Shoes 95c, $1.20, $1.60, $1.85, $2, $2.50 GOOD SHOES FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY. f Powell BUSTER Shoe Store Fifth and Main Sts. I. O. O. F. Building Carload of Pianos Ready For Your Inspection Our long-expected shipment of various tsandard makes arrived this week and is now 'on display. Investigate our "Factory to Fireside" plan—it means a saving of 25 per cent to you on your Piano. Make our store your headquarters when down town and listen to the music. Phonographs ; PIANOS .103 EAST FIFTH PHONE 893 would gather around these plants until Olympia became firmly estab lished as a thriving industrial cen ter. J. O. McMullen of the Northern Pacific pledged the co-operation and support of that railroad in the city's progress and took up the challenge frequently made during the evening with reference to a new depot, inti mating that it would be built soon. Frank M. Kenney, cashier of the Olympia National bank, emphasized co-operative effort, urged everyone to join the Chamber of Commerce and spoke particularly of its efforts to obtain terminal rates for the city, expressing the opinion they would be authorized soon by the interstate commerce commission. Dean Burkheimer, a prominent Seattle attorney and associate of Mr. Ward in his new company, congratu lated the city upon its live and busi ness-like spirit, predicting a new era for it, as did also William Car ruthers of the Union Pacific system. During the evening vocal solos were sung by Mrs. J. W. Brlslawn and Carl Nommensen and a piano solo was played by Mrs. A. C. Baker. The banquet hall was prettily deco- Before you buy Nursery Stock see O. H. GUIBBRSON Third and Washington gto. Buy GUARANTEED STOCK from local man. Order now for spring delivery. M A N L E T'S "Industry" Cigars— 10c or 2 for 20c. "Tacoma" Cigars— -5c and 10c Each. They are very good. TENTS, AWNINGS AND SAIL MAKERS Dealers in Launch and Boat Supplies Canvas Duck—all I. M. LARSEN A SONS Widths and 800 South A St. Weights T aroma rated with streamers of American flags and each guest wal' pAsented with a miniature ship, flying the na tional colors, as a souvenir. The committee in charge of the banquet consisted of Joseph Reder, Eagle Freshwater and J. C. Sams.