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IJTTI.KIU H'K Prof. C. L. Carroll will return next fall to supervise the schools for the; next year. This will he his fifth year | as principal here. He is now taking a summer course at Jlellingham. John Cole and family have left on an extended trip Bast, and later will' go South and return by the wa> of i Texas and California. Mr. Cole and wife have been the local N. I'. agents, for three or four years and will re turn this fall to resume the same po sition. Mrs. Kalph Dooley is in Portland on an extended visit with relatives. Mrs. William Rutledge left Tues day for Montana for an extended visit j with her son, who with his wife re turned to Montana a few weeks agq to take charge of his wheat farm there. Ira Dooley and wife visited over I Lard Pure family kettle-rendered lard — No. 10 pails $3.10 > No". 5 pai15...... . 1.66 Crisco, 6 lbs. net can.. 2.10 3 lbs. net tan 1.10 Vegetole, 10 lbs. net cans3.2o 5 lbs. net can. .r, 1.66 LABT WEEK on Coffe* 4t this price— Fairmont Blend, lb. can.4oc Delmonte Breakfast Blend, lb 40c Great Western, lb. can. 45c II Howey's Wonder, lb 36c Armour's* Toasted Corn Flakes, pkg'.V'..l6c Citrus Washing Powder, 2 pkgs f0r..., 66c Void your small chicks rice and watch grow. 100-lb. sack ~...54.00 f —r • Campbell's best high pat ent flour, every t sack guaranteed, per sack $196 No Rub Naptha Soap, 4 - ban.for .26c Howey's Cash Grocery ' Phone 390 Cintr 4tk ud Mtii COMFORTABLE DOLLARS Some day, when otherwise they World would look "cold and dreary," your savings will bring you comfort as nothing else could. They will stand between you and uncharitable people. They will warm when the world is cold. They will feed you when you are hungry. They will keep "charity" at arm's length. Saving isn't bard; it's easy. It's all a matter of getting start ed. Ask us to suggest a plan of saving for you. Olympia National Bank "The Bank of Service and Courtesy." Saturday with Mr. Pooley's parents and on Sunday, taking the parent of Mr. Dooley. went to Seattle to attend the t t). O. F. grand lodge, both fam ilies being members of that organi zation and Mrs. Tra Dooley represent ing her home lodge at Palonst Mr and Mrs. L. L. Mowers have j moved to Orting, where they have positions in the soldiers' hoine. Miss Kltina M. Young returned from Olympia Sunday where she vis | ited with friends and attended the different Rehools. Mrs. William Thompson is slowly recovering from a sprained unkle. Mrs. Jones went to Tacoma this week to attend the graduating exer cises of the academy where her .daughter Grace was one of the grad uates. L. B. Young and family visited on | Mima prairie over Sunday. < Mr. Chattam. garage man, "is suf fering from a severe attack of neu ! rltis and will go to the hot springs : for relief. ** Ned Breck and family, accompa nied by Mrs. Kate L. Smith, left Tuesday morning for Seattle to at tend the I. O. O. F. grand lodge, where Mr. Breck will be given the grand lodge degree. Palpaer penmanship awards have been'earned by the following stu dents: Primary button, Grace Paul sen and Elma Major; method button, Clara Coleman, Christina Little Ber nice Led ford, Juanita Carroll, Luella Rowe, Pearl Weika, Doreen Breck, Hazel Lassen, Kenneth Rutledge, John Doyle, Lewis Weiks; progress pin, May Diamond, May Grate, Nor | man Paulsen, Lois Stephens, Ada ' Jones, Beulah Chattam, Eltina moung, Carl Landgraf, George Nel son, Pearl Grate, Helen Lassen, Le nora Kearney, Mabel Roles, Rena Littlejohn; student's certificate, Alice Hamiliond and Georgia AlcDuff. HOPP, MONT. After f spell of sissling hot wea ther throughout the latter part of P Onr System of Selling Pianos on terms to suit the pur chaser brings within the reach of everyone high grade makes like the Jlenry F, Mil ler, RaWk, Schiller and Ivers ft Pond pignos. This house has a reputa tion for being reliable—when we say we GUARANTEE these pianos you may be sure it's safe to take advantage of our EASY TERMS and own a reliable piapo! Ydur inspection of our stock is cordially invited. Rabeclfs Music louse 409 E. Fourth Phone 160 jßSjf f/Smashed !! The props -HjpT } " r knocked clear from under them /jgfet end you can now get A BETTER FARM ENGINE For One-Third the Money will you have h * d lo P*s" ' or engines of same power. ' 'AI Here'* the way it is done: ' buy used automobiles, knock lhem dow "t and sell the engines and other good auto parts at a wdM/iffi/llllm ' rlction of ,he manufacturers' prices. $SjtM//l/l\ll Listen. You know for its power (JO to 70 h. p.), that an auto I i i }fl engine is light and compact, that it has a wide range of speeds, tZrMillll J th,t 11 raris smoothly and is easy on the fuel tank. When properly '//! mounted with our own special patent governor, it will make you J ' u,illty en &" c 'bat can' l be best. 7 mIIiU save money tod GEO. W. MILLER c^°"- on> m l ti'f reil va'oa Seattle. Wash lillf/hl tend for my cut- Pleaae »-nd n>e your free Illustrated catalog Lljjl IJ alot. Jutt fill out of engines and auto parts. 1 GEO. W. MILiLER CO. Addre## 715 EL Fine Snec, Seattle * Tili-; WASHING l' \ STANDARD. OIAHIIA. WASH.. FRIDAY, .IHNE 13. 1910. M■ . (•': iln t.ight of June Ist a liar . •-11-- . . isider. hh damage to gai' a, :■, ttiis \ iciti 'v. Mr. Mrs. L. M. Rutledge and . n 'i i Su mi y school at th ka a - i Inn !l last Sunday. M s Edith ...arkbain visited Mrs. j;,■ ,[ i ..ma int.. Monday . .Mrs. Henry Sturdevant went 10 Big Sandy the la of this week to s.ik< teas hers' examination. Id", si i;utledg< visited Mrs Fred J »■ 11iiiuit last Wednesday . PI Vl'isl DA \li - Will i'orteus went to Taeonia Monday to visit her mother. Mrs. William Pirady, for a few days. Miss Beulah t'hristensen went to Seattle Monday, where she has ac cepted a position as stenographer. She will certainly he inissed at the social gatherings of this community. Mesdames Simon. Hrieker and Whitney and Misses Ductile and Mar cia Pricker called on Mr. Davis Sun day afternoon. Born, June 9, to Mr. and Mrs. William Bledsoe, a 6-pound girl. The welcome little visitor will be known as Miss Hazel Bledsoe. Miss Bernice Dott is visiting Iter friend, May Mary, this week. Earl Lavery and Miss Thelma Brieker motored to Centralia Sunday. Miss Dorothy Christensen, who re cently returned from the Bellingham Normal school, has secured the school at Plumb Station for the com ing year. Mrs. Olsen and Mrs. Crone spent Thursday of last week at Anderson. Ernest C. Reed of the 20tli engi neers, expected to arrive at Camp Lewis, Sunday, June 8, but Mrs. Reed has not heard anything »from him yet. , J. J. Adair and family motored to the Skykomish river last Sunday. Mrs. L. M. Springer and son. Del bert, spent Sunday evening at Reed's. Mrs. Hokansson and Mrs. Reed spent Tuesday afternoon at Ander son. ** We are glad that little Elaine Wan ner is better now. Miss Ruby Reed spent the week end with home folks. I C. A. Olsen has painted his house and we are sure it is the finest house around North Lake. i Mrs. Anderson and daughter, Louisa, spent Friday afternoon at C. I Hokansson's. ' Mrs. Roy Springer and children ; have returned from Centralia an® moved into their new home on the Troy place near Turner's. T Mr. and Mrs. Jasper Wilson we# visitors at E. A. Carlson's last Sun day. Mrs. Robert Whitham has been t$ Seattle a few days recently. Mrs. Peter Jorgenson was very sick one night last week, but she is all right again now. There ie a small crew fixing the road out this way, graveling and blowing stumps. Marian Carpenter was helping Mrs. Jorgenson part of last week, i Miss Gertie Eickhoff was out from Olympia ' last Sunday visiting the home folks. , Last Sunday theer was a sort at family re-union at William Elckt hoff's. Among those present were A, J. Langpap and family, \Art Ospb* and wife, and Art Smith and familjK Mrs. May Jones and daughter Ada are attending commencement exer cises at Aquinas Academy in Tacoma this week. Miss Grace Jones is one of the graduates. | Mr. and Mrs. N. M. Breck and chil dren motored to Seattle Tuesday. I George Chattam, I who has been quite ill with rheumatism, has gone to Hot Springs, Oregon, for medical , treatment. Mrs. Kate L. Smith is attending grand lodge (p Seattle this week. John Briggs left here Tuesday for Eastern Washington. From there he expects to go to Canada. MiBS Avis Duncan and Mrs. Ross Rutledge are taking care H>f Central office in the absence of Mrs. Jones. Mrs. Avis Dooley and two children are visiting relatives in Portland this week. Mrs. Zella Rutledgo and two sdfis, NORTH LAKE FIXE GROVE LITTLE HOCK Mart as and Oliver, started Tuesday ni an auto trip to Montana. They expect to he gone a month. Mrs, and Mrs. James Dooley are entertaining their son. J. IX Dooley, mi vile who motored over front Pa /■ii" last week. They are attending Ood Kelfows' convention in Seattle this week. KM) IMJKT Miss Margaret McLane, who has been employed in the industrial in surance office the past eight years, has reigned her position to take up other work. Mr. and Mrs. Coe Price and son Gerald, of Wendell, Idaho, are visit ing Mrs Price's parents, Mr and L' K. MCIXTOSH OCW4PIA.\ikSH. Proprietors Don't Let Your Boy Read This Unless you are directly interested in seeing him develop into a well to do and worth while citizen". If you are so interested, help us to make him understand these fundamental facts of his life: That Olympia, as the seat of state government and as a com munity in itself will be worthy of the best manhood he can attain. That to be himself worthy he must be independent straightfor ward and able to find the means'of making his efforts win. That thrift will equip him with both this discipline and the means, and thrift is simply saving through the ordinary days for the extraordinary ones that come to every man who is ready for them. Destiny bows to the boy who has learned the value of a sawings account. CAPITAL NATIONAL BANK - ORDER YOUR MEAT BY MAIL It will cost you no mor^ — in many cases less. Send sl.lO or # more and we will prove it. •" PUOET SOUND MEAT CO., 1508 Pacific Avenue, Tacom\ FEIST & BACHRACH v Successors to Rosenthals Hosiery Values That Are of Interesi to Every Woman Women's blaek fine cotton liose that has a reinforced heel rfhd toe and looks as good as the better qualities. It comes in shades of cordovan, suede, Russian cajf, black or white. $ Priced at 59c pair Women's Pure Silk and Fibre, Hose You will be well pleased with this hose. For the money there is noth ing made that will equal this hose. It has four threads in the heels and toes, giving it wear where needed. It comes in shades of navy, cordovan and black. ( ' 1 ■) Priced at $1.39 per Pair • » Black and White Check' Dress Goods - 44-inch \ Black and white check dress goods in a splendid weight for children's wear and adapted for separate skirts. This is an exceptional value and will be appreciated for its wearing qualified. _ Yard 75 cents Heavy Weight Black and White Check 56-inch Well adapted for coats /ind smart separate skirts. Priced at $2.95 < i \/ Black Taffeta and Messaline Silk 35-inch This is a splendid quality and will be well adapted for blouses, skirts and smartly designed frocks for afternoon wear. Ask to see these two qualities, at Per yard $1.69 Mrs. Ed Rogers of Olympia. The ' l'rice's drove over in their auto and had a very pleasant trip. ' Mr. and Mrs. Barton of this vicin . | ity contemplate moving soon to ; American Falls, Idaho. : Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Duval and son. ■j Richard, who has just, returned front | service overseas, called on Mr. and Mrs. Ahearn Tuesday evening Mrs. Milner McLane and daugh ters, Mrs. B. J. Shannon and Miss = Margaret McLane. called on Mr. C. .!. -; Welker Sunday evening. , j There will be a dance in the Mc -11 Lane Grange hall Saturday evening. I Come and have a good time with us. 1 A five-piece orchestra will furnish - the music. 1 Mrs. Minnie Swan di Olyntpia vis- ited relatives in this community last Sunday. Mrs. Crusen and Mrs. Wages were Olympia visitors Wednesday. Mrs. Charles Kindred of Kaniilche is visiting her sister Mrs. John Adams. Mrs. McClellan and children visit ed friends at the Mud Ilay Logging company camp last Sunday. I p A V THEATRE I II 11 I THE HOUSE ■ OF QUALITY I PROGRAM I WEEK STARTING FRIDAY I AND SATURDAY, JUNE I IS AND 14. I DOROTHY GISH I ■ "PEPPY POLLY." H Mack Sennett Comedy, ■ ' REILLY'S WASH DAY." I SUNDAY AND MONDAY, I t JUNE 10 \ND 16 t I WALLACE REID I ■ "ALIAS MIKE MORAN" I "CHUMPS AND COPS." ■ Comedy. ■ TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY AND I THURSDAY, JUNE 17, I 18 AND 1». I D. W. Griffith's * ■ "THE GIRL WHO STAYED AT I HOME" H It's a big gjtecin] —one of nis ■ best since "The Rirth of a Na- H tion." H No raise in prices. H Lloyd comedy .International News. I 25c 11c ■ , H- Coming Next Week— Mary ■ Pick ford in "Capt. Kidd Jr."