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NEWS OF YOUR FRIENDS NISQUALLY VALLEY A. T. Martin spent Saturday and Sunday with his daughter. Mrs. Dock stetter, in Taroma. Mrs. Will Grover returned home from Illinois last week. Mrs. F. P. Robinson and daughter. Mr*. Effie Wood, boarded the train for Tacoma Tuesday. Miss Bertha Hackman is spending her summer vacation or her father's farm here. Nlsqually must part with some of Its young men. who were drafted. Gus Andejsen went to the army headquarters in Tacoma Tuesday, where he is numbered with the No tional Guard who were mustered into service the 25th. The paving is nearly completed on the Pierce county side of the river. Mr. and Mrs. Goodburn have moved to California, where they will reside. William Wilcox was in Olympla between stages Monday. J. A. Andersen and Misses Florence and Genevieve Backes were Olympla visitors last Friday. The Red Cross auxiliary of Nis qually Valley will give a "hard timeß" dance at Hackmann's hop house Saturday evening. July 28th. Men will be charged 50 cents admis sion and for wearing good clothes a fine of 10 cents. Mr«. J. A. Purvis and three sons of Licejr visited Sunday with Mrs. J. A | Andersen. Was Olga Markoff of Tacoma is •pending a few days at the Gardiner koine. HOPP, MONTANA. «' s ————— (Crowded out of last week.) Mit. J. H. Paul entertained the Ladies' Aid society at her home near tke Bear Paw mountains. . Forrest Rutledge has started build las his new house. Mrs. Burl Cummiugs ys visiting Mrs. Markham several days last MaWrs. Maurice and BOM Rutledge arrived here Wednesday from Little Rock, Wash. They made the trip In about 10 days ta a Ford runabout and report a Cue trip. Misp Baby Llndstone was the over night guest of Mrs. Ralph Waller last Monday ' ' On account of the continued dry weather many farmers are cutting their winter wheat for hay. Mr. sad Mrs. Ralph Weller' and family made a business trip to Bit flaady last Wednesdsy. BUSK PlAOtni (Crowded out of last week.) Mr. aad Mm. A. J. Gale, Mr. and Mr*. W. 0. Gale sad Miss Nellie Gale aatoed from Tacoma Sunday and took dinner with Mrs. B. J. Hodge. Nearly all are through haying in this vicinity aad report a good crop. Potatoes, gre looking line but corn !• not so very good. This district was well represented at the reception given Mr. and Mrs. Lee Lewis at tbe Grange hall Satur day night * Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Bush were Olym pia Visitors Fridsy. Mm, Alice Sheldon and friend, Mrs. Anaa Solsbury of Kansas, Allie Shel don, Mrs. Freltag, Mr. and Mrs. Munn, Robert Munn, Mrs. Spirlock, Mr. Andrew Nelson and daughter Verna, Mr. and Mrs. Gust Nelson, James and Robert Nelson, Mrs. E. J. Hodge and daughters Bernlce and Alice, spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Meek. Mrs. Meek and son Earl expect t.-> leave Friday on an Eastern trip to visit her father and other relatives near Bt. Joseph, Mo. All wish her a pleasant journey and safe return. FAIRVHTW Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Cooper spent Sunday evening with Mrs. J. D. Breach. Mrs. Bevans of Aberdeen spent a few days last week with Mrs. J. Ben ton. Mr. and Mrs. J. Benton and son Lester drove to Maytown Sunday to visit O. 0. Bates and family. Brie Johnson and Lulu Benton mo tored to the O. O. Bates home also. Bertha, Lambert and Lorraine Braaeh spent an afternoon with Stel la Hutaon last week. Mrs. J. D. Brasch and Augusta Brasch drove to South Union one day laat week. Mrs. J. Benton and daughter and Brie Johnson called at the Lock woods* Monday evening. Mrs. Parsons called at the Benton home Tuesday morning. Mrs. J. Benton and daughter were •upper guests at Mrs. Kennedy':- Tuesday evening. AND NEIGHRORS Misses Gertrude West and Louie Rush called on Ruth and Neo Drewry Friday. Mr. Wasson and Ben Oolie went to American Lake Monday to work. Franklin Sumarlidason has pone on a federal survey to Mt. Adams. The Blue Ribbon Bird club held n meeting at the schoolhouse Sunday afternoon. After reports on observa tions since the close of school a mo tion was carried to provide water daily for the birds. Then Ice cream and cake were served by Mrs. Lewis. Mr. Oddson is the new owner of a Ford. Mrs. Clark. Miss Lowie Bush and Ruth and Neo Drewry visited Ruby and Nina Drewry Wednesday. R. A. Cook and family attended the launching of the "Wergeland" Satur- day evening. Miss Georgia Sallee is visiting Sadie and May Wasson. Mrs. J. S. Bush has been on the sick list the past week. Ruth and Neo Drewry visited Sadie and May Wasson Friday. Tom Whiting is visiting friends west of Olympia for a few days. Mr. George Clark traded his Cadillac runabout for a Chevrolet. IIK WASHINGTON STANDARD. OI.YMPIA. WASH.. KR! DA Y, .H'LY 27. 1 !»17 BUSH PRAIFIE Miss Frances Seelev of Seattle was the guest of her mother Mrs. E. .T Hodge, Sunday. Mr John Hush spent Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. James Kimsey. Visitors at Woods !de farm recently were Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lewis, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Lewis, Mrs. Jones and Mr. Ray Lewie. PLUMB STATION Mr. Henry Backman returned Mon day from North Yakima, where Mrs. Backman ia very sick. He reports her some better and says she hopes to come home in two weeks. We sin cerely hope she may realise that de i sire. Rev. C. E. Betts of Tenino preached to a small but appreciative audience last Sunday at the schoolhouse. Haying Is nearing the end of the season. The yield is good and the quality fine, owing to the excellent hay weather. Arthur Schoonover, who has been in the employ of J. F. McCorkle. for several months, went to Seattle last Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Donahoe and Captain tend Mrs. H. E. Donahoe came up from Chehalis last Tuesday after noon tor a short visit with the ladles' parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. McCorkle. They brought the news that Charlls McCorkle was not drawn for the army service. > Hasel Conn, who spent several weeks in Beattle visiting her mother and family, returned home laat week. Mr. and Mrs. A. Whitemarsh, par ents of Mrs. A. B. Sheldon, spent Sun day at Ridgewood farm. Cecil Klncaid, who has been help ing his grandfather, Mr. Henry Back- RAT HOUSE OF QUALITY 'WEEKLY PROGRAM FRIDAY AND SATURDAY July 27-28 VIVIAN MARTIN The Charming Moroeco-Para mount Star la "GIVING BECKY A CHANCE" This picture Is an adapta tion of Lois Zellner's popular story. also "THE MOTOR CAR IN DE FENSE OF THE NATION" and a Black Diamond Comedy. SUNDAY AND MONDAY July 29-80 SHIRLEY MASON in "THE TELL-TALE STEP" an exceptionally interesting story. Also "TOUR AROUND THE WORLD" and a comedy. TUESDAY ONLY, JULY 81 ST SESSITS HAYAKAWA in "THE JAGUAR'S CLAWS" A smashing, fighting story of the border. Seesue Hayakawa. as a Mexican bandit, heads an all-star cast. A Paramount Pic ture. Also a comedy. WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY Angrust 1 and 2 MARY PICKFORD in "THE LITTLE AMERICAN" A thrilling picture of particu larly timely Interest. Also PA THE NEWS. ADMISSION 15c. 5c E. A. ZABEL Manager Phone 767 man. returned "o his home in Norti Yakima last Monday evening. Mrs. Whittaker and granddaughter returned from a visit in Seattle last Monday. SOUTH BAY. Will Taylor left Monday for East ern Washington, where he expects to work in the harvest fields. Mr. Robison's family from Tacoma is visiting at the Pickett home. Mr. Warner and family went to ; Moclips beach the last of the week and spent two or three days. Mrs. John Flint and little daugh ter Jewel Hope have returned home | from Olympia. where Mrs. Flint spent 'several weeks. Ed Shincke has sold his little rancb i to a family from Seattle by the name lof Axtell. Mr. Shincke and family moved to Olympia Tuesday, where he will build a home at once. The pur chaser moved here Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Thornton re turned home from Portland the first of the week. They were accompanied by their son George and wife and babies. Mr. and Mrs. James Vanierveer of Olympia spent Tuesday evening at the Hannaford home. Mrs. Fred Harmon and little Eu nice Hagemeyer tpent Tuesda/ at the George S'carns' home. Mr. and Mis. G. E. Stea-ns spent Sunday It. Olympia at th? W. H. Algyer home. Mrs. l)«o."?on had an auto load of friends from Tacoma as her g «.sts Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Sylvester and family, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hannaford and son George and Vern Rusher autoed to Centralia Sun day to see the Pendleton Round-Up. It surely was fine—if you want to see wild horse back riding that is the place to see it. Mr. and Mrs. William Wilson of Adell, lowa, are visiting Mrs. Wil- Bon's brother, J. L. Longmire. Mrs. Wilson was formerly Mrs. Sarah Sumpter. Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Stearns spent Monday at Frank Hannaford's. Mrs. Caywood has as guests her sister Mrs. Dupre of Seattle and daughter Mrs. Richards and Mr. Cay wood's nelce. SOUTH UNION , Mrs. Larson and children of Seattle have returned home after spending last wedk with her sister-in-law, Mrs. Arvid Pearson. M 1 • Miw Dor* Hansen spent Monday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. Hansen. Peter Hansen has returned home from Seattle, where he had been vis iting his slater, Mrs. Cordon Jenkins. Miss Carrie Ha isen accompanied him. Mr. and Mrs. Percy Neilan and children of Sedro-Woolley spent the wek-end with the latter's sister, Mrs. John Seed. They went on to Aberdeen accompanied by Mrs. Seed and baby to visit their brother, Mr. Ashiey. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Schulse were dinner guet.ts Sunday at the hfttnle of Mr. and Mrs. John Ismay. Mr. and Mrs. Victor McNamara were entertained at dinner Friday evening by Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Ball. Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Bergh and sons and Mrs. C. A. Besse and daughter spent Thursday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Fred Schulse. Mr. W. F. Schulze is having a se rious time with a carbuncle. Mrs. L. A. Randall and son and Mr. and Mrs. Arvld Pearson and family spent Thursday evening with Mr. A. Hansen and family. Little Clair McDowell is visiting his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Abbott. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Besse and daughter and Herbert Schulze went to the Black Hills for blackberries this week. Mr. and Mrs. Victor McNamara were entertained at dinner Friday evening by Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Ball. Miss Hattie Pearson has returned from Seattle, where she spent two weeks visiting relatives and friends. Her aunt, Mrs. Larsen, and children came over with her. Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Campbell and children were callers at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Roberts Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Ball spent Tues day evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Gunstone. Miss Carrie Hansen Is spending her vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. Hansen. i The Alpha Omega club met at the jhome of W. K. Ball Wednesday af ternoon and a good time was en j joyed. PLEASANT GLADE Mr. and Mrs. William Wilson of lowa are making an indefinite stay at the home of the latter's brother, Joe Longmire. Mrs. Wilson was formerly Mrs. Sarah Sumpter. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Amsbaugb spent Sunday at Zelmon Ellis'. •*" Fred Robbins returned from Idaho last week. Mrs. Robbins remained for a two or three weeks' visit with her parents before coming on here. Ftofc Herman i-s visiting Mary Hawson this week. Mr. and Mrs. J. V.\ Abernethy. Willis Ab< j rnethy and brother Phillip Green. Mr and Mrs. Charles Steele end Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Bryning and ithe former's mother spent Sunday at the Tom Sleater home. .Taeob Gunstone is filling his silo this week with vetch and oats. Rev. F. H. Mixsell spent Tuesday night at the R. B. Rowe home. Mr. and Mrs. Willard Dobbins and children of Seattle are here for n several weeks' visit with her mother. Mrs. John Rodgers, before going to Ohio, where they expect to live. Mrs. Owen Carroll of Olympia spent one day this week at the Ellis home. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Spencer mo tored over Saturday from Celix, in King county, and visited at the home of the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Spencer. They returned Sun day evening, taking Catherine home with them. Mr. and Mrs. Wilcox and Mrs. Mur gatroyd of Elma spent Monday and Tuesday at the home of the latter's daughter. Mrs. Zelmon Ellis. Miss Margaret Cook of Bremerton spent last week in the neighborhood. Miss Bessie Sleater accompanied her to Tacoma for a visit with friend;; there. Mr. and Mrs. Oonkwell of Taeoma motored over Sunday and spent the day at Joe Long's. Marion Spencer went to American Lake Wednesday to work with his team on the new army post. Mrs. L. W. Broyles of the Hayes district returned Monday from a two months' visit at the family's former home in Cynthianna, Indiana. She had not visited her old home for 30 years and found many changes. On her return she stopped over in Illinois for a visit with relatives. ELD INLET Mrs. D. L. Pellett, who has been visiting at the home of her son, Mr. John Austin, returned to her home in Hoquiam Saturday. The meeting of the Sewing Circle at the home of Mrs. McKenzie was well attended and an enjoyable social time was had by all. Refreshments were served under the big maple trees on the lawn. There was a Ford tractor demon stration at the farm of C. F. Elder near Black Lake recently. Mr. .Clyde McKenzie was home one day last week visiting his mother sisters. , Miss Margaret McLane visited over Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mllner McLane. The dance at the Grange hall Sat urday evening waa reported a suc cess. Nearly every person from this vicinity witnessed the launching Sat urday evening of the new ship, the "Wergeland," which was built in the Ward shipyards. Wild blackberries are ripe but are very scarce. ' Logging In this vicinity is nearly at a standstill owing to the strike. Mr. and Mrs. Joe O'Leary had a young son come to live with them last week. All are doing well. The grain and potato crops are going to be short in this neighbor hood owing to the long dry spell. Mr. and Mrs. Will Anderson of Yakima were callers at the home of her sister, Mrs. Jeff Reynolds, la3t week. Miss Ruth Robinson left last week for Eastern Washington to visit with relatives. Miss Vera Algyer returned from Tacoma last Saturday. She was ac companied by her friend Miss Adams. Messrs. and Mesdames George Randle and Brunner of Taklma were visiting relatives and friends here the last of the week. Mrs. Ray Smith and children have been spending a few days with rela tives In Tacoma. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Price were among those who attended the ship launching In Olympla last Saturday. Mrs. Fitch and the Misses Gene vieve Fitch and Vivian Conine au toed to Tacoma Saturday. Mrs. Reynolds, who has been stay ing with her daughter, Mrs. Munson, left the last of the week to visit an other daughter who lives at Monroe. The farmers are about through with their haying and are all wanting rain for the late crops as the bot weather has absorbed the moisture. Messrs. and Mesdames Robert Randle autoed from Taklma and are visiting their daughter and sister, Mrs. Jeff Reynolds. NORTH LAKE About 40 residents of this vicinity picnicked at Priest Point park last Sunday. A very good time was re ported by all. Mr. J. .T. Adair is driving a new Ford car which he brought home Sat- ■ We Sell Our Groceries, Flour and Feed at the lowest prices on the market—and the goods are the best we can get. We feature particularly OLYMPIC FLOUR and the SUN KIST BRAND of canned goods. They're both fine. Many farmers trade with us regularly—you will, too, after a trial, for we guarantee complete satisfaction. Come in and give us a chance to convince you. N. E. GEORGE Fourth and Columbia Streetss Phone 116 We Don't Please Everybody—But We Try. SEMI-ANNUAL Special Shoe Sale Starts Saturday 1 ■ 1 1 1 " 1 1 v - ' 11 111 111 EtaremShoe Company 498 MAlff fltt* ... IVBXT WE "OHqKHOW f ... >. . . i i. "LAUREL" COFFEE S i 45c per pud —CHEAP AT THE PRICE— It la a bland of Sumatra and Arabian coffee. Roasted and sold only by our firm In .Washington. One trial order desired. McLean-McMillan Co. 708 BROADWAY, TACOMA 4 urday. Mr. L. M. Springer will be driving one iti about three weeks. So you see the Ford fever Has started in North Lake. Miss Ruby Reed called at Shincke's Saturday evening. The Ed Shlncke family sold their place and moved to town this week. We understand that a Mr. Axel from Seattle purchased the place and is now living on it. Mr. Fred Springer came home from Centralis Saturday evening. Mrs. Reed and daughter Flora vis ited at Bumps' Friday afternoon. Most everyone from here went to town Saturday night to see the big ship launched. Mr. Bud Shlncke's registered sow had a litter of 16 fine little pigs last Saturday. Messrs. Fred Springer and Wendeil Baggenstos left Wednesday morning in Bearch of employment. Mr. Ouy Taylor and family of Oull Harbor spent Sunday on their ranch here. Messrs. Alex and Jack Adair and Ernest Reed returned bome from Hood's canal last Friday. They re ported a fine trip. PUGET (Crowded out of last week.) Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Olmstead of Minnesota and their sons, Emery and Clarence of Portland visited last week at the home of Mrs. Olmstead's Continued on Page Five. MANLI Y*B "Industry" Tpm 10c or ■ tar 88c. """ooTid lfefStoch. They are very good. ftBOPLB looking tor toise *•* Uoaghljr modem room* to a AM* I botel at sU ism sly tow rates go to Hie (lew Studird Betel First AT. and Pino SeriMto Take Green Taxis direct to hotel from docks or depots. **+******+++***+♦ * * * GET A COPY OF THE + * DRAFT REGULATIONS + + ■ .5. * A special pamphlet entitled * * "Information for Persons Regis * tered Under the Selective Senr- + + Ice Law" has been Issued by the + *S* war department and copies of it ❖ •5* may be obtained by applying to 4* •5* Sheriff J. H. Gilford, chairman 4* •fr of the local exemption board. + + These regulation* were also ♦ * published on pages O and 7 of * * the July 9th issue of the govern- + + ment's Official Bulletin, which Is •> 4* on file at any postoSce and may + 4* be consulted there. The issue 4* •fr of the Official Bulletin for July + 4* 14 contains the regulations gov- *s* * erning the physical examination, *i* * which explain the physical re- + + quirements which will be em- + + forced. A file of the Official Bui- <• 4* letin Is kept at The Washington 4* + Standard office, where these + * may be read by anyone Interest- + * ed. + * * ■!'^ , !'4"> ++ + '|> + + 4i4 , + ++ + Buys Old Mill Near Tenlno. The old Smith mill, west of Tenino, has been purchased by J. H. Mac Gregor, who is preparing to place it in operation. A company is being formed by Mr. MacOregor for the purpose, articles of incorporation for which will be filed in a few days.