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4* MOKK NASH AND 4-
4» DODGE OAKS RECENTLY 4-
4* DELIVERED BY AGENTS 4-
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Delivery recently of three Dodge
Brothers touring cars and two Nash,
Six models is announced by the ltose-
Nepple «Auto Co., local distributors
for these makes. One Dodge car was
delivered to Silas Shumate of this
city and two to the company's asso
ciate dealers at Shelton, W. A. John
son.
The Nash Six touring cars, which
becoming steadily more popular
*1 this territory, went to G. H. Woods
of the McCleary Timber company
and H. L. Martin of the Fir Tree
Lumber company. J. S. Shockey,
representing the truck department of
the Nash Motors company, visited
the local agents for a couple of days
this week.
HOWEY
SELLS
Drifted Snow Flour, for
pet sack 93.00
Kenworthy's Scratch Food,
for, per sack 94.2 ft
GoAd Chicken Wheat, for,
per 100 lbs $4.25
Shorts, 80-lb. sacks,
for __.-fM.BS
Middlings, .100 Ib, sacks,
for .92.50
Large quart bottles Muetard
Pickles, __ T 30c
Lrrge' bottle Queen Olives,
"for -V_ 25c
Liberty Rolled Oats, large
package for 30c
Searchlight Matches, 4
boxes for 25c
/ ' . v
Soda Crackers. 91.00' boxes'
for l-.-_ J. _9oc
Pute Cane Sugar, 'IO.O lbs. •
■ for ----- 9®-90
3-tle Kitchen Brooms
•ifoi;.' 'i ■_ 70c
Fanry Leflton*. dozen for 80c
Bartlett Pears, No. 10 enhs
f<s -J —-, BBc
c
;Y* A I
mjh i
(Grocery
\
Phone 390
Ctner 4th and Main
f, , ' ' W.. '• .'.y
| p/IV THEATRE
■ Btt H I TH£ HOU9B
■ OF QUALITY
I PROGRAM
■ WEEK STARTING FRIDAY AND t
I SATURDAY. MAY) IS- 17 |
■ "CAPTURED BY CANNIBALS"
L.axt of the Martin Johnson
Series.
■ -EAST LYNNE. WITH VXRIA
TIONB," Mack Sennett Com*dy ,
| SUNDAY AND MONDAY. I

■ CLARA KINHAIL YOUNG
■ "THE ROAD THROI'OH THE I
■ PARK.'
I TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY AND
I TItURSDAY, MAY 20, 21. 25^
■ THE OREAffEST PICTURE IN j
■ TEN YEARS
I ",The Heart
I of Humanity"
Starring

■ II months in the making; cost
$3.15,000 to produce, 3,*00 peo
pie in the cast, 452 horses were
used at one time, as well as a
squadron of tank£ and alr-
planes.
A picture the whole _ family
should see.
Matinee Dally, 2:30"
Evenings, Starts 6:45
35c —Admission—15c
m IIITO CO.
NOW M MS OLD
TACOMA EIKM THK (IIJWST AM)
lAWiKST MOTOR CAK AGENCY
IX SOUTHWEST
The auiomobile industry is now the
second in the United States, yet in all
Southwest Washington there is not a
single automobile selling company
that was in business so short a time
ago as 15 years. That span covers
the development of the automobile
business in the United States from a
puny baby to an enormous giant that
continues to grow by leaps and
bounds.
I The oldest automobile company in
I Southwest Washington is the Ameri
can Automobile company of Tacoma.
Incidentally, this company is also the
largest in the same field, two facts
that are # plainly allied. The American
Automobile company began opera
tions in 1905, and since then thou
sands of cars of the best makes have
been sold by it.
At its inception the company de
cided that it would handle only, the
best cars in the various classes, and
that it would make honesty and serv
ice its watchword. After 14 years
this policy is seen to have been the
paying one, because the American Au
tomobile company has sold cars of
more value than any competitor in its
field, and each year Its sales business
is larger than that of any other house.
The American Automobile company
sells Franklin, Reo, Liberty and Max
well automobiles; Mack, Reo, Max
well and Service, trucks, and Cleve
land tractors. • ,
Incidentally the success of the com
pany is attributed by its officers large
ly to thq fact that it believes in .in
tensive advertising." It spends more
money for printers' ink each year than
any other automobile company In thO"
Southwest territory and it plans to
cover a more extensive territory than
ever from now on.
PENINSULA
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Hatfield went
to Beattle Monday, where they expect
to leave by boat for San Francisco,
en ronte to Los Angeles; the home of
Mr. Hatfield's parents.
Mr., Edgebert of Oylmpla Is stay
ing with |(r. Davis to help out with
the farm Work. Mr. Davis is not
feelipg quite as well as, usual this
spring.,., h
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Oilman, son
Alonzo and* granddaughters May and
Martha Oilman motored out to the
Whlthey home Sunday. They have a
new Ford.
Mrs. Myrtle .Strang and son Worth
of Bremerton visited at the home of
Mrs. Strang's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
,T. J. Church,- over, the week-end.
Mrs. Will Pprteus visited at the
home of her mother, Mrs. William
Brady of Tacoma, f#r several 'days.
Mr. Fbrteus motored over and accom
panied her home Saturday morning.
I Mrs. Nathan Adams, her son Frank
I and her mother returned home last
, Friday evening from Bakersfleld,
Ctflif.. where they have been visiting
for fhe past six weeks.
| Mrs. Will Whitney and daughter,
Mr®. Arthur Modes, galled on Mrs.
Martin Christensen last Sunday af
ternoon. . v
i Loren Whitney, accompanied by
his mother and Mrs. A. E. Modes and
Mrs. S. E. Clyde, motored out to the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Strange
'of Turn water Wednesday evening.
I Earl Lavery, accompanttd by Thel
ma and Lucile Bricker, attended the
high school ball game Thursday af<
ternoon.
SOUTH BAY
Miss Pauline Caywood has returned
to her at South Bay, after com
pleyng a successful term ef school at
Anacortes.
Mrs. B. W. Blekle and" children
will return to thefr home at Hood's
canal Sunday, after being here for
three weeks. They will be accompa
nied home by Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Moore.
Mrs. Alice Calvin has sold her
place to Mr. Calvin's brother and
they have moved there.
Mrs. P. A. Robbins is staying with
her daughter, Mrs. Hannoford, for
the time being, as she has been very
poorly.
Mrs. Rose entertained at supper
Monday night our teasers, -Miss
Clark and Miss Nyquist.
School will close Friday, May 16,
with a successful term, in spite of
the handicap of so much sickness.
The same three teachers, Mr. Miller,
Miss Clark and Miss Nyquist, will
teach again the coming term this
,fall. They will have a schcol picnic
jat Priest Point park Saturday. "All
are welcome.
Mr. and Mrs. James Vaudeveer of
Olympia spe'nt Sunday at the. ilanna
l'ord home.
Mrs. Alex Madden and son spent
Wednesday at Mrs. Florence Mad
en's.
Miss Nyquist, the primary teacher,
will leave for her home in California
Saturday evening.
•Chan Lilly and family have moved
their floathouse up South Rav and
are living there, near Mr Lilly's
work.
Continued on Page Twelve.
THE WASHINGTON STANDARD, OLYMPIA, WASH.. FRIDAY MAY in. THM
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4* AGENTS ANXIOUS TO 4*
!•> SEE NEW CHEVROLET 4*
4- BABY GRAND MODELS *
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4- .j. 4. 4. 4. 4-
i The Capital Transit. & Repair cora
jpany. Chevrolet dealers for Thurston
,and Mason counties, expect to receive
'one of tlie new Chevrolet Baby Grand
touring cars and a new Royal Mail
roadster in a few days, for delivery
to local customers.
Glowing accounts of these cars
havekbeen received by the local firm
from the factory and from agents in
other cities, and their interest in
them is at high pitch.
The company now has on display
the first of the new Mitchell Six cars
to reach the city. This is the 5-
passenger touring car model and
many i mprovements over previous
models are to be noted, as well as
I quite a number of added features.
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4* ALL THE TROUBLE 4-
❖ FORD DEALERS HAVE 4*
4* IS GETTING CARS ❖
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f Ford business throughout the
Northwest is good, the chief difficul
ty encountered by dealers being the
shortage of cars, agents from til over
the Northwest reported at a meeting
of dealers in Seattle laßt Monday, J.
D. Mansfield, manager of the local
St. John & Titus garage, said upon
his return. "
Production of "the universal car"
at the big factory in Detroit is gain
ing, reports at the meeting showed,
but-increasing slowly on account of
the lack of material. It will be sev
eral weeks yet before it gets back to,
normal.
Manager Mansfield took a part of
the crew of the local garage with him
to Seattle and they drove back a half
dozen new cars, which have since
been delivered.
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f" 4 '| r n THE UNIVERSAL CAR .J/... ,
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The Ford One Ton Truck ma v well '
. ' ' \ ■ < i;UI) • r vv. . J
be classed as an agricultural ■>;
it fits into and fills so many wants on'
the farm. It is a reliable bearer of '
«.j . rr>* ' fann burdens, not ~ I
N *! . ' 1 116 only doing the work ir ■$ f; .
tarmor'c several horses quicker
and better than the
•Truck horse, and does not I v/
»* "eat itshead off "when
not working. The aggressive farmer
has only to consider the possibilities
of the Ford truck and he is ready to
ry/ buy one. We judge this to be so from . *
the way farmers are buying thefti
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1
ST. JOHN & TITUS
AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS
OLYMPIA TENTNO CENTRALIA
CHEVROLET AGENTS
DELIVER 20 GAPS!
-ja
CAPITAL TRANSIT A REPAIR CO.
ANNOUNCES RECENT l ot iS
XIXETY PIRCHASERS
|
Delivery recently of 20 of th>. jiop-,
ular Chevrolet Four-Ninety touring'
cars is announced by the loot 1 deal
ers, the Capital Transit it Repair
company, indicating thai the com
pany is meeting with the good busi-'
ness it anticipated this spring.
Four of the cars were delivered to
residents of Olympia, A. V. Giihus, >
D. C. West, F. D. Ralston and P. C. 1
Haskell; three went to residents of j
Shelton. W. S. Hutchinson, W. Beach,;
and Laura M. Lord; two went to
Rainier residents, John Brotten and'
J. L. Aetka; and two to residents of j
Tenlno, C. C. Stearns and W. A.
Whalen.
The others were delivered to W. W.
Wymore of Delphi; H. A. Kaiser,;
Mud Bay; C. R. Murphy, Yelm; B.;
Wisneskl, Union Mills; D. H. Rich-:
ardson. Gate; F. P. Kimsey, Fir Tree;
R. F. Ilutledge, Maytown; S. Wisner, 1
Hays district, and W. D. Haines, j
Lacey. Four used cars were also de-,
livered by the company.
Incidentally, the fellows around 1
the shop are having a lot of fun with '
Henry Schultz, president and general j
manager of the agency. It seems that'
he went to Portland with instructions,
to bring back a Chevrolet one-ton 1 1
truck, but after he had taken in all 1
the sights and got ready to come 1
home, he noticed that the rain was I
pouring down in sheets. j<
He came home in a Chevrolet Four- 1
Ninety sedan —there wasn't arjy tpp 1
on the truck. c
Reliable Battery Repairing
and Re-Charging
■out of°}ourold
than sell jou a
Battery
Is tiI'AK.W'TKKI) 18 MONTHS. No other battery like it. More
powerful, longer lasting, more reliable. Plates built for strength on
the Diamond "diagonally braced" principle. Come in and let us
explain and demonstrate its superiority, r
PARROTT & HAHN
OFFICIAL HKtmCK STATION
309 West Fourth Street. Phone 213
Fire Chief Ranney this week an
nounced the gift of 1000 to the "fire
laddies" by the Harris Dry Goods
company, for the department's good
work in connection with the fire which
recently damaged its building and
stock. ,
'l'hr Heme Fires Burning.
Her Friend—Don't you miss. your
husband very much, now that, he's In
the army of ocqupatlonT
The Wife—Oh, nO. At breaKfasf t
just stand a newspaper up In front of a
plate, and half the time I forget He
Isn't there!— The Bystander.
PAGK SEVEN

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