(Crowded out of last issue.!
Mr. and Mrs. Clyber and the for
mer's mother. Mrs. Edwards, spent
Wednesday evening with Mr. and
Rev. E. Hopkins of Tumwater
called at the J. D. Brasch and the
Clyber homes Thursday afternoon.
Mrs. C. V. Cooper took supper
with Mrs. J. D. Brasch Friday.
Mrs. Conrad and children of Hel
ena, Mont., and Mrs. Wamsley of
Br«merton, who are visiting at tbe
Kennedy home, called on Mrs. J.
Benton Friday afternoon.
Augusta Brasch bas returned home
a week's vißit with her sister,
lira. H. Hansen, in Auburn.
Mrs. Lockwood bad as a guest last
waak bar daughter, Mrs. Victor Lock
wood and children of Seattle. The
tetter's husband came Saturday, ac
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\ % M .Jfc ;. 4 Jiff h°»pr of owopnntry and our people has
bff %wn plSdtfed td %jpht this war to our last d?V& r
p arid to our last man if necessary.
j _ America does not break her word.
wjfffi = * To mil the other good reasons you know for
\**T~ saving moijtey. a<H3 this one now—Your part in
making good ywr country's pledge.
' B«re money-io help your country—it will help
, yotti-toe? U. 8. War Savings Stamps.
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For the $4.14 you pay this month your govern
■" * , meat will return tb' you $5 in five years time. And
yog can have your money back, with profit, at any
tijpe if you need it.
'lf more convenient, start with 25c Thrift
Stamps> and when you have filled a Thrift Card
(16, stamps), exchange it, with the few added
a "War Savings Stamp.
*° tJhe poeto®oe (or carriers), and local store,
«M other authorized agencies.
WAR SAVINGS COMMITTEE
' Tbia space contributed by Loft Adv. System.
companied by Miss Dorothy, to spend
the week-end at home, all returning
to Seattle Sunday.
Miss Thelma Odberts of Tacoma
-pent the week-end at the Benton
A party was given Saturday night
at the J. D. Brasch home in honor of
Miss Hazel Rude's birthday. Although
the night was stormy about 30 guests
were present and a pleasant evening
was spent dancing and playing cards.
Mr. Forsythe brought an auto load
from Tumwater, including a musi
cian who furnished plenty of music
for the evening. Refreshments of
sandwiches, cake and coffee were
served. Miss Rude received many
gifts of remembrance and wishes for
many more birthdays to come.
Mr. flhd Mrs. Haman, Mrs. Bevans
and son Ray and daughter and hus
band, Mr. and Mrs. H. Brecht, all of
Aberdeen, motored up and spent
TTTErVrAFiniNTrTDN STANDARD. OIAMPIA, WASH., FRIDAY. MARCH 22. 1918
Sunda: with Mr. and Mrs. J. ivn
tor. and family.
Mrs. J. D. Brasch and Miss Hazi
Rude called on Mrs. J. Parson
Sunday pft< moon.
Mr. ai.<; Mrs Benton and sons vis
iti'il at ihf Clyber home Sunday
Mr. ari l Air- J." Parsons spent
Sunda;. e\ening with Mr. and Mrs.
I.oi:i> Parsons . , <-Tl t Sunday even
ing at the J. D. Mrasch home.
Mr. C. V. cooper was suddenly
called home last Thursday from
camp on account of his father's se
vere illness, at the family lyme 13
miles south of Olympia. Death came
late Friday afternoon, after a linger
ing illness. The funeral took place
Monday afternoon at the Jesse T.
Mr. J. D. Brasch lias a telephone
installed at his home and one is also
being installed in the W. F. Brasch
The Clyber family moved bark to
Seattle Monday and new neighbors
have taken possession of the place.
Mrs. J. Kenton spent Tuesday af
ternoon with Mrs. J. D. Brasch.
Miss Hazel Rude called or, Mrs. M.
E. Hutson and Mrs. J. Parsons Tues
The Hutson children have been
absent from school on account of the
measles, but are reported able to
Augusta Brasch and son Howard
spent Wednesday afternoon with
Mrs. J. Parsons and daughter, Mrs.
C. V. Cooper.
We notice a new Country Club
auto in Fairview, Mr. Louis Parsons
being the proud owner.
(Crowded out of last issue.)
Mrs. L. A. Randall spent last
week visiting her daughter, Mrs. A.
Q. Hopkins and family in Seattle.
Mr*. J. E. Walker and sister, Mrs.
Miller, visited friends in Seattle last
Mr. Grant Besse was quite badly
hurt by a bull while working at
Mr. and 'Mrs. W. J. Abbott and
son Harold and grandson visited at
Rochester Sunday with Mrs. Abbott's
sister, Mrs. George Pearce.
Mrs. L. R. Campbell, who has been
very ill, is improving nicely under
the care of Mrs. George Dyer.
Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Ball are spend
ing a few days at the home of the
latter's parents, Mr and Mrs. A. W.
Moulton in Olympia. " *
Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Ball ssent the
day Friday at John Gunstone's home.
Mr. Robert Gunstone visited his
brother* John, aAd family. Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. John Gtlnstone enter
tained Saturday evening in honor of
Mr. Joseph Collins, who has Just re
turned from prance. Mr. Collins has
been discharged on account of being
gassed. He gives great praise to the
French and English women and says
the Americans have not the least
idea of the self-sacrifice the former
are making. The evening was spent
in cards and dancing and there were
between 50 and 60 guests. A fine,
lunch was served by the hostess.
Everyone enjoyed a delightful time.
Mr. Lawrence Wise of Camp Lewis
spent the week-end with his uncle,
Mr. J. E. Walker.
Mr. and Mrs. Grant Tajfott visited
one afternoon with thejf neice, Mrs.
R. L. Abbott.
Mr. A. Randall spent the week-end
with his parents.
The Misses Carrie and Dora Han
sen and Mr. Anderson of Olympia
spent Wednesday evening with the*
former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A.
Mr. Tom Ismay spent Sunday af
ternoon at the home of Mr. Fred
Mr. Bud Bergh is at home for a
while. He has been working in
Mrs. A. J. Gaisell was confined to
ber home last week with rheumatism.
Mrs. A. Baich is spending the week
with her son. Tres Balch.
A large crowd attended the dance
at Oakville last Saturday and all re-<
ported a fine time.
Mi-s. Nail, who has been visiting in
Gate for the past month, has returned,
to ber home in Kyro.
The Minute Women have been,
busy collecting the war fund lately
and quite a large amount has been
Tres Balch and Ida Morgan mo
tored into Centralia Sunday, but
came back on the train. The car is
still in the hospital.
Archie Johnson and family have
moved here again. /
Miss Evelyn Spinner has been hav
ing some dental work done at Oak-;
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Van Vleetl
and Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Smith were
callers at the home of Tres Balch
Don't forget the big dance at the
Gate clubhouse Saturday night.
Mrs. Fitch and daughter Genevieve
of Tacoma were Sunday visitors with
the H. L. Conine family.
I)an Cook, the assessor, has been
calling on different ones in this vicin
ity this week.
Dr. Hocking, who has been visit
ing with his mother, Mrs. Hocking,
and sister, Mrs. R. S. Smith, re
turned to his home in North Dakota
Mr. and Mrs. Reynolds were in
Tacoma las! Sunday visiting rela
Miss Treva Conine returned home
Saturday evening after visiting
friends in Tacoma several days.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Morris were in
Tacoma the first of the week.
Word was received by relatives
Monday morning of the death of the
little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Lotz of Olympia. They have the
sympathy of their many friends in
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Morris and
children of Yelm spent Sunday even
ing with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. Mathers of Tacoma, who had j
been with Mrs. R. S. Smith, helping
to care for her mother, returned 1
Mrs. Fred Algyer was visiting in j
Tacoma Sunday and Monday of this j
Mr. and Mrs. Reed Conine and j
Mrs. John Conine were transacting j
business in Tacoma Monday.
Several of the members of the Des I
Chutes Grange attended the Pomona
meeting last Tuesday at Chambers' j
Prairie. • Every Granger should
make it a point to attend these meet- ■
ings, as they will get some very good
thoughts and ideas which will help ;
The Schneider's Prairie school has
been closed on account of measles.
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Weaver mo
tored to Olympia last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Mack Stewart of
Shelton spent last Thursday evening
at Abe Weaver's.
Jake Morris and family visited the
city Saturday, t
Harry Rhule of Bremerton was a
visitor at Jake Morrow's last week.
Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Whitney and
niece, Josie Whitney, went out to
South Bay Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Randolph Page of
Union Mills were visitors at J. A.
Mrs. HersheJ Adams of Victoria, B. 1
C. t is visiting her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. V. Butts of Oyster Bay.
The community dance given by the
Grangers of Schneider's Prairie was
well enjoyed by everyone. They will
give one every two weeks.
Mrs. Alva Badgly and two sisters
visited one day last week at J. C.
Miss Bessie visited her sis
ter at Olympia last week.
Mrs. A. K. Brown and daughters,-
Alma and Mabel, . visited Mrs.
Brown's sister at Dryad last week.
BLACK RIVER VALLEY
(Crowded out of last week.)
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Heck moved to
R. B. Jones and wife now occupy
the Spinner residence In Gate.
Mrs. L. Willett and Mrs. Hodge
were trading in Olympia Thursday
of last week.
Elum Parish went to Cedarville
evening to visit over Sunday
with his parents.
Mr. and Mrs. Spinner were shotfc
ping in Centralia Saturday.
| Mr. and Mrs. Benson Balch of
[Gate were in Portland last week. Mr.
Balch having been elected delegate
to the Loyal Legion convention by
ithe workingmen of the National Log- j
ging camp at Cedarville.
| Mr.'Drew of Rochester was in Gate
Mrs. Harrison of Tacoma is now a
I resident of Gate.
I Mr. and Mrs. Spinner delivered
groceries in the Indian reservation (
[Wednesday and report the roads
Why can't we have sofcie work .
I on our roads?
Mrs. Alex Adair and Mrs. Alex
Madden spent Thursday of last week
Mrs. L. M. Springer and children
and Mrs. Dan Springer autoed to
Miss Flora Reed spent the week
end with her sister Miss Emma Reed
Mr. Bud Shincke, Mr. Jack Adair
and Mr. Haydcen went to Tacoma
of last week.
Miss Marguerite Haydeen stayed
over Saturday night with Miss Mabel
Jack and Bud Shincke made a
business trip to Tacoma last Monday.
Mrs. Ida Dobbs and granddaughter '
are visiting at the C. A. Rose home, j
Mrs. Pickett autoed to Tacoma |
with Stanley Madden Saturday and ,
was accompanied home by her daugh
ters, Vera and Ethel.
Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Stearns are en
joying music from a fine new Vic- \
Frank Hannaford, who was hurt
so seriously by a gasoline engine, has i
been removed to his home and is im
The 3. W. Darison family, who
have been residents of South Bay the
last two or three years, have rented
a place near Brighton Park and
moved last week.
Again we say, that good wool materials are getting scarce,
and that those who buy now will make a very profitable invest
ment. The recent advance in prices has not affected the stock
which we bought six weeks ago from J. E. DAILEY. You can
still get one dollar and fifty cents worth of merchandise for one
dollar at the CORNER OF FOURTH AND MAIN STREETS
Note what you can buy with big savings:
$30.00 Men's Suits $20.00
$25.00 Mem's Suits $16.75
$22.50 Men's Suits $15.00
$20.00 Men's Suits $13.65
MEN'S OVERCOATS AND RAIN
$30.00 Coats $15.00
$25.00 Coats $12.50
$20.00 Coats . SIO.OO
$15.00 Coats $7.50
YOUNG MEN'S SUITS AND
OVERCOATS HALE PRICE
$25.00 Suits . - - $12.50
$20.00 Suits SIO.OO
SIB.OO Suits - $9.00
$15.00 Suits $7.50
BOYS' SUITS AND OVERCOATS
$12.50 Suits --$6.25
SIO.OO Suits $5.00
SB.OO Suits $4.00
$5.00 Suits - $2.50
$6 .00 Trousers 54.50
$5.00 Trousers .. . $3.75
$4.00 Trousers $3.00
$3.00 Trousers $2.25
50c Garier and Armband
Sets _ _ -- —3s*
50c President Suspenders.. -40*
50c Neckties 25*
50c Suspenders 35£
25c Garters .15*
75c Working Gloves ... 50*
$1.75 Working Gloves—_sl.3s
SI.OO and 75c Neckties 50*
15c Canvas Gloves 10*
25c Wash Ties —ls^
$2.50 White Kid G10ve5.. 51.25
MEN'S UNION SUITS
SIOO Union Suits 75<k
$2.00 Union, Suits SI.OO
$2.50 Union Suits $2.001
$3.50 Union Suits $2.75
$4.00 Union Suits $3.25
$6.00 Union Suits $4.251
MEN'S HATS AND CAPS
$3.50 Soft or Stiff Hats..s2.so
$2.50 Soft or Stiff Hats_-$1.85
$5.00 Panama Hats $2.50
$3.00 Straw Hats 95*
SIO.OO Dunlap Opera Hat $2.75
$1.50 Caps 95^
Take a tip from us and buy all the Clothing for men and
hoys, such as hats, shoes and men's furnishing goods, that you
will need for some time to eome.
Many have been compelled to advance their
prices. Our prices are lower today than one year ago.
Corner Fourth and Main Streets
FORMERLY J. E. DAILETC STOCK
''We don't please everybody, but we try."
A full line of- ,
LADIES' AMD CHILDREN'S SBOES
The sale of EE A VY
SHOES will continue until
Ekrem Shoe Co.
423 Main St. ' Next the Smokehouss
50c Heavy Woolen Socks 35*
25c Extra Heavy Socks 15*
35c Cashmerette Socks -25*
25c Dress Socks 15*
50c Fibre Silk Hose 35*
$3.50 Silk Shirts $2.25
$1.75 and $2 Dress ShirtsSl.3s
$1.50 Dress Shirt 95*
$2.50 Full Dress Shirt -85*
75c Work Shirt 65*
$7.50 Rain-proof Logger. $5.50
$4.00 Flannel Shirt $3.00
$3.50 Flannel Shirt $2.50
$2.50 Flannel Shirt $1.95
$4.00 Dress Shoes 1 $3.35
$5.00 Dress Shoes $4.00
$6.00 Dress Shoes $5.35
$7.50 Dress Shoes $6.00
$4.00 Work Shoe $3.*25
$5.00 Work Shoe $4.00
$6.50 Work Shoe $5.50
Logger Shoe . --SB.OO
MEN'S UNDERWEAR '
$3.50 Underwear $2.75
$3.00 Underwear $2.25
$2.00 Underwear — -si!so
$1.75 Underwear $1.25
85c Underwear 65*
MEN'S PAJAMAS AND NIGHT
$2.0fl Pajamas -$1.35
$1.50 Pajamas $1.15
$1.75 !Right Gowns - $1.25
$1.50 Night Gowns 95*
75c Caps __ .. 40*
50c Belts 15^
$2.50 Leggings 95*
50c Shirts 25*
SI.OO and $2.00 Hats -45*
$12.50 Suit Cases $9.00
SIO.OO Suit Cases $7.50
SB.OO Suit Cases. $6.00
$6.00 Suit Cases $4.50
$12.00 Mackinaw Coats__«|Jß.7s
SIO.OO Mackinaw Coats..s7.oo
$2 Union-made Overalls $1.50
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