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£Afifchborhood MM LITTLE IUH K. Miss Mary Doyle returned this: week from Seattle where she liasj been under medical care for some' time. She has taken up her school work again Richard Jenkins and family have moved from Maytown to tho Stauf-| father farm near Little Rock. Mrs. Harry Stevens is quite ill at j her hbme here. Mrs. Erhel Weiks of Mima visited in Little Rock one day this week. Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Carroll and children were dinner guests at Al bert Uutledge's Sunday. Miss Bernice Bedford is out of, school because of illness. Leßoy Dixon, who has been at-, tending high school at Harrington, came home Wednesday for a visit With his fatbdr. , The Harrington school is closed because of influenza. Mrs. Albert Rutledge entertained Mr. and Mrs. Frank Rutledge. Mrs. Tracy Smith and baby and Mrs. Cling Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. William Thompson and Mr. and Mrs. Gus Jones motored to Olympia Sunday and spent the day with Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hoage. Quite a number of Little Rock people attended the funeral of Miss Joy Rich, who died from influenza the first of the week at Wenatchee. Hiss Rich was a niece of Mr. and Mrs. W.' T. Rutledge. MUD BAY. Jay Bolster has been flirting with the "flu" this week, but is back on his regular trips. Mr. and Mrs. grandolf left the first of the week for Nebraska, where they OIVE US YOUft /f\ \ 6ROCERV ORDER \\WE DELIVER THE GROCERIES WE SELL ARE PURE. WE KEEP OCR STOCK FRESH, NEW GOODS ARRIVING DAILY. OCR STORE IS CLEAN AND SANITARY; WE KEEP OCR GOODS PROTECTED FROM DIRT AND DCST. WE FILL YOCR ORDER RIGHT; YOU WILL GET EXACTLY WHAT VOC WANT. WE MAKE LOW PRICES; THIS SELLS THEM QUICKLY HTHIS KEEPS OCR STOCK FRESH. WE DELIVER WHEN WE SAY WE WILL. GIVE C 8 YOUR GROCERY ORDER TODAY. REDER & PHILLIPS PHONES 508-604 907 EAST FOURTH STREET Well, Well, Folks—How You? It's been a long time since I've been advertising. I haven't had to, for my prac tice has kept me humping. I But there are a lot of new comers here who should know that right here in Olympia they can get their eyes examined by a graduate of two optical schools. I'm the man. I've been practicing for over 20 I years the last 10 here in | Olympia. It doesn't make any difference what kind of glasses you want —I can furnish them. Satisfaction Guaranteed Dr. 6. R. Ridgeway Optometrist 108 East Fourst Street Olympia Open nights by appointment. (\pict to make their home. Mrs. Cranio!i was formerly Miss Darnell. Plain view and McLane schools are talking of a community Christmas tree. Th"jc will he a Red Cross dance at the liall December 21st. Mrs. Castle was a business visitor in Olympia Monday. Bert Bennett has received another promotion and is now master-at arms. Tom Blackwood, wife and child visited at Alee Blackwood's Sunday Clint Weaver and family moved Sunday to the Brown ranch across the bay. A few ladies gathered at the Grange hall Wednesday and got out a nice lot of black pinafores. Bert Shannon is moving his house to the land he recently purchased on the corner of the Shelton road. PLEASANT GLADE. Mr. J. E. Carter of Tacoma will sneak at the school house at 11 o'clock next Sunday morning, in the interest of the Washington Chil dren's Home. Everybody come. Mr. Berkman from South Dakota has purchased the J. fl. McKlnney property and taken possession. Mrs. Jesse Lehman visited Mrs. Delia Ward in Olympia a few days last week. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ellis and Ray were guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Ellis Tuesday evening Lieutenant Hailing and Foster Sleater. Harold Rogers and Teddy Rowe were hunting ducks on South Bay Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Will Cox and chil dren of Elma returned to their home Tin: \\ \sillNt,T<».\ ST.WDAIM). nHYMIMA. WASH.. IT,' 11 )A V. DK< K.MHKW IT. THIS S; : r ' .itti-:- vi.-iting their cousin. M• • y.. < Ellis .> • : t i I :t!!,: :: ft * 'if nod to Tit - til.. i :•!.■> .'iter spending a few tiavs .at t!i Rowe home. 1- b( , reptiied to j in tlie R. fix tlx tear litlti, when eii or you next V t'OK. SOU 111 I MC)\ M. Cinrence llaight of Tacoma spent Smell ■ till his brother. Mr. M. P. Haight. Mrs. .lohn ';ur,stone and daughters spen: Ml' week-end it' the Brookside fnrm. Mr. A. L. Randall was at home for the week-end. Mrs. 1,. \ Randall spent Thurs day in Olympia shopping for Christ mas Mrs. .1 E. Walker and Mrs. R. L. Abbott and little son were visit ore in Oivmpia Saturday. Corporal Waldo Satuliford of Van couver visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs Fred Sehulze the week end. Mrs Fred Sehulze spent several days last week visiting friends in Seattle. Mr. and Mrs. Myers and daughters and Miss Esther Bergh of Olympia spent Monday evening at the home of the latter's parents. Mr. and Mrs. j H. C. Bergh. Private Frank M. Mullen of Camp Lewis spent tho week-end at the home of his uncle. W. D. Bollinger. BLACK RIVER VALLEY. Ed. Note: Copy for part of this correspondence has ben mislaid. Miss Florence Spinner and Lee Johnston of Mima were shopping in Centralia Tuesday of this week. Mrs. Rose Johnston and little son Matthew came in on the 8:.10 train Tuesday evening front Portland to spend Christmas with relatives and friends. Evalyn Spinner' and Mrs. Tighe Mount are doing dressmaking this week. Mrs. R. B. Parish received word Monday that her sister. Mrs. Cum rnfngs who lives in Little Rock, had a slight attack of paralysis and was In Olympia for treatment. Dorothy and Sam Lockwood at tended a party at the Independence schoolhouse last Friday night. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Brasch and Mrs. C. V Cooper were Olynipia vis itors last Tuesday. Mr and Mrs. W. F. Brasch and Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Palms attended church in Olympia Sunday. Corporal Hickman spent last Sun day at home. Mrs. C. V. Cooper and children visited at the J. D. Brasch hojne Sunday. Mrs. Sam Lockwood has returned home from Edgewlck, where she haa been caring for sick relatives. She reports they are all recovering nicely. Mrs. J. M. Parsons and Mrs. C. V. Cooper did their Christmas shopping Thursday. Percy Warner spent a few days a. home the last of the week. He is to be assigned to his ship for sailing soon. Henry Adair's family are moving into Mrs. Calvin's place at Sout» Bay. Mr. Zink was called to Seattle by the death of his sister recently. The Madden brothers have re ceived news of the death of the wife of a brother in Missouri. Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Stearns attend ed the funeral of Mr. Ray Vande veer in Olympia Wednesday. He was a son-in-law of W. H. Algler of Olympia. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Raynor and son of Tacoma and Mr. and Mrs. James Vandeveer of Olympia spent Sunday at the Hannaford home. Word was received in the neigh borhood Friday of the marriage of Joe Amsbaugh and Ethel Shincke, daughter of William Shincke, Jr. They were both well-known young people of South Bay. They were married in Portland Thursday, De cember 5. All patrons are requested to at tend the annual telephone meeting, to be held Wednesday night, Decem ber 18. It Is urgent for all to attenu as business will be brought up In regard to fixing up the line and va rious other matters. Mrs. F. D. Robinson is on the sick list. Mrs. "Grandma" Hartmann was visiting friends in Olympia last week. Mrs. Charley Ellison and son Ray- mond are visiting until after the holidays with their parents,, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. White, on McNeil's island. Gust Andersen ltas arrived here from Minnesota, where he hau stopped to visit with relatives on his return from Plattsburgh Barracks. Saturday evening a party was given to welcome him home. Music, dancing and games were pastimes or the evening, after which Private An derson gave a talk on his experiences during the twelve weeks he was on the firing line. Then "Reveille" was played on a phonograph and, as the national hymn was played, a large flag was displayed in the back ground. A midnight lunch was served, with the national colors as the motive and tiny flags, and the KAIRVIRW SOUTH BAY. \1 SQUALLY VALLEY. ■ Kims were decorated in red, white ami blue. Private Andersen will re- II .villi his brother until he fs ill ; ccovered. 'l i e influenza has to take consid -able blame for the many cases of indigestion caused by eating too ,:i li turkey on Thanksgiving day. \l W (.Ithl.K HI I II lilts. Phasani Glade Subordinate Select- Officers for Your. The Pleasant Glade Grange lias elected the following officers for the en.-ning year: Master. .Mrs. A„nes Gunstone; over seer, H. C. Ellis; lecturer, Ed S. Gray : steward, Jacob Gunstone; as sistant steward, E. T. Palmer; chap lain, Mrs. Nettie Gray; treasurer, It It. Howe; secretary, Mrs. Nellie Howe; gatekeeper, Peter Shas se.v; Ceres, Mrs. Amelia Springer; Pomona. Mrs. Carrie Bigelow; Flora, Mrs. Rachel Ellis; lady assistant steward. Mrs. Atldie Palmer. Af er the election light refresh ments were served, and a pleasant social time enjoyed. Spruce Division Soldiers Getting Their Discharges. VANCOUVER, Wash. —Soldiers of the army aircraft spruce division are being mustered out at the post here ai the rate of about 200 a day. In all , about 30.000 men are in quarters here and in the spruce mills and camps in the surrounding territory. Influenza Claims 17,000 Soldiers. WASHINGTON. Approximately 17,000 members of the United States army died from influenza in the mil itary stations of this country during the epidemic this year, it was an nounced by the war department this week. This number of deaths oc curied out of a total of 338,357 cases, so that the mortality rate was much lower than in the case of civilians. Would Deport Draft Evaders. WASHINGTON. —Senator Wesley L. Jones this week introduced a bill providing for deportation of aliens ,who escaped military service under the draft law after they had filed declarations to become citizens. Steele Aattends Meeting. Attorney E. N. Steele, chairman of the Thurston county game com mission and its representative on the legislative committee of the state-as sociation of game commissioners an» wardens, attended the annual meet ing in Seattle Thursday. Seek Phone Data. E. D. Ridley, chief accountant, and J. H. Brown, secretary of the public service commission, left for San Fran cisco Wednesday to gather data on the financial condition of the Pacific Telephone & Telegraph company, in preparation for the hearing to be con ducted here by the commission the 26th on the company's recent notice of intention to increase rates. Corporal Hepp Returns. Corporal John S. Hepp, the Turn water boy who was wounded in action in France September 29, has arrived in this country, his last letter being postmarked Long Island, N. Y. He / To The People of Olympia WE arc glad to announce that we have this day taken over the "Dry Goods and Rcady-to- Wear" business of The Rosenthal Co. of Olympia, and will make it our business to maintain the same solid standing and prestige that this company has maintained for half a century. The FEIST & BACHRACH COMPANY of Tacoma is too well known in this section to require much intro duction to the people of Olympia; sufficient for us to assure you that the same high class merchandising methods that have built up our large business in Tacoma will be employed here, and the public may be assured of obtaining here only the very best mer chandise at the most consistent prices. Feist & Bachrach Successors The Rosenthal Co. * * TACOMA OLYMPIA i expects to be sent to the hospital in San Francisco for a while ami later 10 the base hospital at Camp Lewis. Ilis right arm was shattered by shrap nel. Thirty-two thousand school chil dren in tie schools of Paris received regular lunches from the Red Cross during the-past year. County Siiijs Within Funds. The county will get through the year without overdrawing any of its funds, the county commissioners an nounced this week, adding that this would he the first time in several years that some of the funds had not been overdrawn. In response to summons from Pro vost Marshal General Crowder, Cap tain Irvin W. Ziegaus, in charge of draft operations in this state, left for Washington. I). ('.. this week to at tend a conference of similar officers of all the states, when instructions for closing up the draft work will he given. The Red Cross and red tape liavt nothing in common. THE FARMER MUST HATE RUGGED HEALTH Mr. W. J. Temple of 300 Lincoln Ave., Delaware, Ohio, suffered for years with Inflammation of the mucous linings of the stomach and bowels. According to his own story he did not eat a meal for five years without distress. He says: "I am a farmer and must be exposed to all kinds of weather. After years of suffering, a druggist recom mended Peruna. I took all together five bottles and am a well man. Formerly, I could not do a day's work. Now, farm work does not fatigue me In the least Peruna Is the best medicine and tonic on the market Time only strengthens my admiration for it, especially for catarrh and colds. • OUR FALL LINE IS NOW ON DISPLAY MANY NEW STYLES IN A LARGE VARIETY OF PATTERNS ' mi** THE QUALITY IS GOOD sp* THE PRICES ARE REASONABLE SEE OUR WINDOWS. OOTTFELD'S 211 FOURTH STREET TINY PRINCESS IN - FIRST POSE. • Evon a ciueon Is particular about the very first portrait of her baby which goes to the world. Hero is baby Princess Maria of Italy, in the first picture of her ever released for publication. Her daddy and the ntenfolks of her nation are also fighting HUMsm —helping to make tho world safe for democracy. * > | , Many Break Downs and Failures Due to Exposure and Hard Work Catarrh in Some of It's Many Forms Claims Thousands Every farm family has its medicine c&Mnet and In almost every one will be found a bottle of Dr. Hartm&n's World Famous Peruna. For coughs, colds and catarrh It is Invaluable. It's use is Indicated In all cases of catarrhal inflammation and congestion whether of res piratory organs, stomach, bowels or other organs of the body. Peruna is sold everywhere. Tou may buy it in either liquid or tab let form. Ask for Dr. Hartman'a Well Known Peruna Tonic and If you are seeking health take nothing else. Insist upon Peruna. If you are sick and suffering; write The Peruna Company, Dept. 77, Columbus, Ohio, for Dr. Hart man's Health Book. The book is free and may hSlp you. Ask your dealer for a Peruna Almanac.