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Federal Government Has Approved This Bond Plan PROPOSED TRUNK HIGHWAYS Thurston County, Wash. Bond Issue $600,000 THURSTON COUNTY \ laAej 0 Ayj j/s>#/t M*j f ' \ 7° f "• ~ "~ LGWI9 COUNTY Construction Program as Outlined by County Commissioners lp ' / t ■- " V*-'- 'U'V- »' -■ *;j-i ' ' f, * ■ iF* balMlag tad fanfrovsmettt fcjr paVing of the following described highway at an estimated cost of One Hundred Thousand Dollars $100,000.00 lsglaalsg a* the cast end of Psnaneat Highway No. 2-0, running thenoe easterly along the Paeifle highway to the NisquaUy river. $. For the hal|Hf, OOWrtr Bulbil Md improvement of that portion of the Olympic highway over the Dec Chutes waterway on West Fourth street, Gtpapi* Washington, bj the Construction of a oonorete bridge at an estimated oost of One Hundred Thousand Dollars 100,000.00 S. Per the btiMtef Mi impmeawu by paving of the foUowing described highway at an estima ted oost of Three Hundred and Eighteen Thousand DoUars 318,000.00 Bagtming al the south limits of the Oily of Olympia, Thurston county, Washington, thence south and southwesterly along the Pacific highway to the Thwtfoarltwta oounty ft* (byway gf Tenino). 4 Per the baiMiag aa£ tepmmspt by paving of the foUowing described highway at an estimated cost of Eighty-two Thousand Dollars 82,000.00 BaftaiaK al wast Ibftts of "the City of Olympia, Thurston oounty, Washington, thence in a westerly and northwesterly direction along the Olym pic highway to the oounty Una. tOML.. I£LJ - 1600,000.00 Itt OH MM OP POOURT tiß luuiupm. \ Csr Washington, wtaUe promise tfeSEf* abrogation sf restrictions oa sales afler March ■tie' ' / "Non-laying hsaa and pulletii are (CDUOE YOUR TIRE COST PER MILE fO THE MINIMUM BY ÜBINQ yr TIRES , *V Wm f ATTOUN DKALCRS K»afefIUNSWICK-MLKE-COLI.ENOER CO. S HM4WNT AVK. SOUTH IUTTII. WASH. To be paved by aid of a Bond Issue, together with STATE AND FEDERAL CO-OPERATION [permitted to be sold In Washington, Oregon end California provided farm era issue s certificate with each coop sold that hens and pullets are non laying." says Charles Hebberd, state food administrator, In a wire from Washington, D. C. "There will be no restriction. on the sale of hens and pallets in these three states after March 31." All Income tax returns must be filed with the internal revenue col lector at Tacoma not later than April 1, it was announced this week. TILE WASHINGTON STANDARD, OLYMPIA, WASH., FRIDAY* MARCH 22, 1918 STATE ON "00-50" BASIS. Original Order on Wheat Substitutes Re-established by Hebberd. Fecause of the absolute necessity of further conserving wheat and wheat products in order to feed our war associates the state of Washing ton must go to the "fiifty-flfty" basis at once. No other substitutes than those officially authorized can here after be used, and potatoes will be eliminated from the substitute list, according to Federal Food Adminis trator Charles Hebberd, who wired these instructions from Washington, D. C. "Only the originally authorized substitutes, not including potatoes, may be sold with equal parts of flour," the telegram says. "The au thorized substitutes are: Hominy, corn grits, corn meal, corn flour, edible corn starch, barley flour, rolled oats, oatmeal, rice, rice flour, buck wheat flour, potato flour, sweet pota to flour, soya bean flour and feterlta flour and meals." Twin girls were born to Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Arney Sunday morn ing. Mr. Arney is an employe of the attorney general's department. CAR OWNERS, SAVE TROUBLE When you call in a doctor, the first thing he does is to take your temperature. He does this because a fever i's a sure sign of trouble. Just so does a battery man use a hydrometer to test the condition of your battery. This test indicates certain kinds of battery trouble. Overheating in a battery is as dangerous as fever to a human being. A little care, however, will prevent overheating. In sum mer, long drives put more energy into the battery than is used, because the engine is warm and starts quickly and there is little occasion to burn the lights. All this meanß that the battery receives more electricity than it is called upon to put out —and overheating results in the possible ruin of your plates. Burn your lights occasionally, in the day time, and come in to see us twice a month. We will be glad to watch the condition of your battery, All it with distilled water, and tell you how to keep out of trouble. This service is not only given without charge, but it is done gladly. NcNEILL BATTERY STATION 819 WEST FIFTH STREET OLYMPIA CASH PAID FOR LIVE AND DRESSED STOCK; Beef, Hogs, Veal »ii Poultry. HIGHEST PRICES.. See us, or get our quotations. If you have a quantity our nun will call. PUGET SOUND MEAT CO. 1808 Pacific Ave., Taootna. HI. KIWIS IRE M UED FINAL CLASSIFICATION* OF ALL DRAFTED MUX MADE—SS SLACKERS REPORTED. Final classification cards have been issued to all local registrants, the Thurston county draft board an nounces, and if there is any man of military age in the county who has not received such a card, he is urged for his own benefit to communicate with the board and find out why. The board has classified 389 in Class I. among whom there are 131 ready for active service. Of the rest, some are classified for only partial military service, while others have already been Inducted into service in response to special calls issued by the war department. Altogether 1,548 registrants were classified by the local board and only 55 slackers were listed, and the ma jority of them were foreigners, while two or three of them are reported to be in the service, one with the Brit ish army. This list, which has been certified to the adjutant general, is as follows: Geo. Joyal, Tacoma; Bill Malkes. Rochester; Robert Burns Woodcock, Yelm (reported in British army); Geo. Geotes. Bordeaux; Jos. Na thaniel Keliey, Oylmpla; Frank F. Lewis, Tenino; Floyd Heintzelman; Frederick Isaac Hilller, Camp 2, Bor deaux; George Griffin, Tacoma; Chi da, Bordeaux; Asasecke Nakagama. Route 2, Olympia; Tony Udlch, Camp 7, Bordeaux; Ole Ness Egge. Seattle; Mike Floman, Seattle; Roy Moore, Olympia; Gust Honitas, Rochester; Mat Belick, Bordeaux; [Homer Hiram Jonus, Rochester; | Mike Pantages, Bordeaux; Kost Kork, Delphi; Hans Peterson Bladt, Olympia; Omenarit Muypincaburt, Rochester; John Backholm. Tenino; Felix Goldle, Bordeaux; Ellis Ham bly. Rainier; William Hersell, Taco ma; John Mattson, Camp 1, Bor deaux; Herman Johnson, Olympia; Larry Vern Taliant, Olympia; Earl A. Drake, Olympia; Harry Hanson, Olympia; Keragaro Kobayashi, Union Mills; Daijrlo Shlrla, Tenino: An dres Vicktor Isaacson, city; Miguel Cruz, Union Mills; Isaak Rosenbaum, Nlsqually; Walter Frank Williams. Tenino; George Homer, city; Adi Puro, Seattle: John Bogn, Camp 1, Bordeaux; John Sunkwic, city; Hol ton Alex Anderson, Route 2, Turn water; Fred Nygard, Delphi; Chris Mlsito, Bordeaux; Sam Popovech, Mcintosh; John James Stewart, city; Samuel Winsor Prather, city; Henry Angell, city (reported in service). The following failed to appear for physical examination though they an swered questionnaires: Carl Morris Anderson, Vancouver, B. C.; Lee Goon, city; Albert J. An derson, Koplah; Geo. Edw. Green, box 25, Rt. 2. Olympia; Clarence Les ter Brown, Bucoda; Thomas George Tharesen, Fir Tree Lumber Co., Route 2, Turn water; Roy Snyder, Tacoma. All are now classed by the war de partment as deserters and will be penalized as such when apprehended. Plan Liberty Loan Drive. . Plans (or handling the local cam paign for the Third Liberty Loan. In which Thurston county's quota is es-> tlmated at about SBOO,OOO, were dis cussed 'at a meeting of 20 members of the committee at the Chamber of Commerce last Saturday night. Workers are being named in every precinct of the county; the Minute Women, the Four-Minute men and the War Savings Stamp campaign organizations are to co-operate, and a strenuous effort made to reach everybody In the county. Ordnance Rue Costing $25,000,000 For Forces in France. An ordnance base that will cost ap proximately $26,000,000 is under construction in France. It will In clude a gun-repair plant equipped to reline more than 800 guns a month; a large-capacity carriage repair plant; a motor-vehicle repair plant capable of overhauling more than 1,200 vehicles a month; a small-arms repair plant to handle 58,000 rifles and machine guns a month; a large shop for the repair of horse and In fantry equipment; a re-loading plant capable of roloadlng about 100,000 artillery cartridges a day. The ordnance base will include 20 large storehouses. 12 shop buildings. « 100 smaller shops and magazines and machine and tool equipment costing $5,000,000. Approximately 450 of ficers and 16,000 men will be re quired for maintenance. INSTANT ACTION SURPRISES MANY HERE. This grocer's story surprises local people: "I had bad stomach trouble. All food seemed to sour and form gas. Was always constipated. Noth ing helped until I tried 'buckthorn bark, glycerine, etc., as mixed in Adler-l-ka. ONE SPOONFUL aston ished me with its INSTANT action." Because Adler-i-ka flushes the EN TIRE alimentary tract it relieves ANY CASE constipation, sour stom ach or gas and prevents appendicitis. It has QUICKEST action of anything we evar sold. P. Q. Munson, drug gist. Adr.