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mm AGEitcr IN IIS NEW HBHE SN\DKU MO IOK iMe toMIVWV NOW LSI Mil IVIII II |\ \»:\\ <; ui M.I The Snyder Motor Car company is now established in its new Kara.Ro at Sixth and Columbia streets, the latest addition to Olympia's automobile es tablishments, a modern, well ar ranged and well lighted concrete building erected by William Ogie Mottinger's garage is also located in the new building. The Snyder Motor Car company, which handles Maxwell, Reo, Liberty and Franklin passenger cars, and Maxwell, iteo. Mack and Duplex trucks in this territory, was estab lished here just u year ago by Arthur J. Snyder. It maintained a service station in Mottinger's garage 011 Fifth street near Columbia jintil arrange ments could be made for a new home for both firms. The new building is 6U by 120 feet in size and is built of concrete, with large display windows in front, and large windows along the Sixth street side. The Snyder Motor Car ompany will have its sales and display room in the Sixth street corner of the build ing, the south half of the building be ing used for storage and the rear for the repair shop. NEW MACHINE DETECTS ELECTRICAL TROUBLES Parrott & Hahn Instill Device to Aid Loral Automobile Owners. I Local nfotor car owners whose ma chines are equipped with electric starting and lighting systems will be interested in a remarkable device just Installed by Parrott & Hahn, 309 West Fourth street. * It is known as "Ambu" and. attached to a car, it quickly detects any fault in an auto electrical system. This invention and its uncanny fa cility of locating the source of trouble has been descril&d and dis cussed in ,flie leading periodicals of the country, and local motorists are fortunate in having a garage pro gressive enough to appreciate the advantafge of owning such an instru ment. The machine not only tells the lo cation and kind of trouble but also how to repair it, so that car owners need not lay up their cars qg go to the trouble and expense of sending parts bafck to the makers of tha elec trical equipment. Serious derange ments of electric starting and light lag systems have been located and repaired in 30 minutes, it is said, through its use. * Rip-Siorters for CATORDAV Watch lawn's Prices Yta'll Bay kwey'i finceries K ' v- . You can't beat these spe cials anywhere: Armour's Toasted Corn Flakes, pkg 10c Small White Beans, lb.. 10c Bayo Beans, 3 lbs. for.*. .25c Standard Pack Tomatoes, can 16c String Beans, can 15c Toilet Paper, 4 large rolls for 25c Crown Shamrock Brooms, regular $1.50 value; spe cial SI.OO White Bear Soap, 5 bars for 25c Van Camp's Spaghetti, can 10c Cantaloupes, extra fiue. each 10c Watermelons, ripe and sweet, lh 5c FOR THAT SUNDAY PICNIC— Welch's Grape Juice, pint bottle 30c Welch's Grape Juice, quart bottle 55c Salmon Loaf, can 10c Tuna Fish, can 25c Howey's Cash Grocery Phone 390 Corner 4th and Main Lot \I. I \I,IN TIT, 1:1 rt >:\ If,-, | ullrtlmi i, ! i i■ K Wen Roacli Camp l.ev i This Week. . Fuilerton pr. me Judge ii.d Ml- Ma- \ ' . I'T. ..Iri i '.I .it i ~nt| Lew i- T lay following two year- a lie w ,ir zoti" \i tl..- ' inn it his nil -' ■ n.enr || t . ~ member o the a'to: ; ttey general's stuff and v ! ret tun to bis former position as soon i ■ receives his discharge trom t'anip Lewis. Frank Weir also a member o» the engineers in Frame for the iast Is months. Is also at Camp Lewis, st riving in tlie some detachnictr as Mr i Fullerton. Mr Weir was county en 1 gineer of Thurston county at the time of his enlistment KEEP YOUR AUTO WELL LU6RIOATED ■ LI IK Ol - < Alt Dlil'LMts ON KFKP l\(i ALL I'tKTS \V KLL Oil,ll> "The life of your engine and car depends upon lubrication," says Bur ton Troxell ot' the Capital Transit & Repair Co., local dealers in Chevrolet passenger cars and trucks. "The principle of lubrication is to prevent any two pieces of metal that are working one against the other, from touching. This is accomplished by having a film of oii between these two metals. Upon this film of oil depends the life of all your bearings, cylin ders. pistons and rings. Only three different grades of lubricants are used. The owner should provide himself with a supply of gas cylinder oii. grease and steam engine oil. "Never use steam engine oil or anything but a pure mineral oil in the engine. Fast running or touring over heavy and hilly roads uses up oil much faster than city driving. Put in an extra pint of oil every hun dred miles or so. This precaution will avoid trouble with bearings or cylinders. "Once a month, or every 1,000 miles, the oil th the crank case should be drained off and a fresh supply poured in. The N oil may be drained by removing the drain plug on the bottom of oil pan. After draining, flush the crank case with kerosene through the breather pipe, replace drain plug and refill with clean oil. Be absolutely sure that all kerosene is drained off, oth erwise it will mix with the fresh oil and will cut down its lubricating qualities. "Don't wait until you hear a 'squeak' before oiling. A 'squeak' means a rusted or dry bearing, and when once in that condition trouble soon follows. "The compact construction of some cars makes necessary the placing of oil holes and grease cqps under the floor boards of the car. Don't be cause it might cause you a little trouble, neglect to remove them and lubricate as directed." LIKE ALLEN'S RETENTION Officials Approve Hart's Action In R«w fusing to Accept Resignation. Congratulations are coming in to Governor Louis F. Hart on hie act In refusing the resignation of James Allen, highway commissioner. One wired by the Lewis county commis sioners through Chairman R. R. Som ervllle, says: "County commissioners, county en gineers and all good roads men of the state are behind you in not accepting the resignation of James Allen, high way commissioner, and highly com mend you for the stand you take. Commissioner Allen's leaving at this time would be a great loss to the high way program for the biennium." HARTLEY'S HAT IN RING Everett Man Candidate for Republic an Nomination for Governor. SPOKANE.—Announcement of his candidacy for the Republican nomina tion for governor was made here the other day by Roland H. Hartley of Everett. He issued a statement in which he said he planned to makp a short hut vigorous campaign on a platform of "straight-out American ism. lower taxes, business adminis tration. less politics and more sound business, and a fair deal to both cap ital and labor." Hartley sought the Republican nomination for governor in 1916 and. though he entered the tight late, made a whirlwind campaign and almost won. Ito-Appoiuts Alfred luster Alfred Lister of Tacoma. brother of the late Governor Lister, lias been appointed to the slate board of ac countancy, succeeding himself for five years. Acting Governor Louis F. Hart also appointed Dr. Alice M. Smith of Tacoma to the state board of medical examiners, effective July 1, Dr. Smith and Dr L. M. Sims of Kalama succeed to vacancies on the stale board eacsed by transfer of two osteopathic members to a separate board under new legislation. K. J. Miner of Seattle is appointed to the state hoard of accountancy, succeed- ing K S Larson of Seattle, resigned !' WASHINGTON" WDAK'I). OIAiMU WASH.. I'IHDAV. JINK 27 ]:»!!♦ W. FACIORV FOR KSI ANNOUNCED OTOIN | TI; COM PAW TO HI lilt lilt. PI. \VI I \ l,< » \M.FLFS I.Os. WtJLLKS, Cai. i'lans wen :,nriij[;nred here this week for the i .instruction of a mammoth tire fac lory anil cotton mills, the former to he operated by the (ioodyear Tire A- Rubin r company of California, to be incorpotat.ee! immediately for $20,- ooo.noii. and the latter by the Pacific Cotton Mills company, which is to be incorporated for $6,000,000. Details of the two enterprises were revealed by Henry W. O'Melveny, an attorney of this city, who is repre senting the Goodyear Tire company of Akron. Ohio. A site or' 600 acres has already been secured, and construction on the two plants will lie started at once. The company plans to manufacture all the tires if sells in western states, in addition to those exported to the iHiicEim || ■ | H wLt/^^Si^^B mL I M B «B^HH|^ ■ I' I NEW PRICE I I FORDSON TRACTOR I $750 I K. (>. It. DKAHBOKN, MICHIGAN I ■ Increased production—from 2,50 to 500 tractors per day—makes it possible for Henry Ford & Sou to reduce the I ■ price of The Fordson Tractor to $750 F. O. B. Factory. H I This remarkable price places The Fordson within the reach of every farmer. I B 5 ou, Mr. Farmer, cannot afford to continue the old methods of farming when you can instult the modern and I ■ efficient labor-saving and money-saving Fordson Tractor and have so little money invested. I I ARE YOU INTERESTED? I I HERE IS OUR PROPOSITION I B We will deliver to your farm a Fordson Tractor and Fordson Implements and show you the "results you may H ■ obtain on your own farm and if Tractor does not give entire satisfaction it will not cost you one cent. I ■ Can anyone make you a fairer proposition? It will not cost you one cent to see the Tractor and implements | ■ do your farm work; to let us show you how to make more money; to meet the labor problem; to interest the B B young folks and keep them on the farm. B B We have made this proposition to 30 farmers, and not once has The Fordson fallen down. These 30 farmers I B are now satisfied Fordson owners, getting their crops i a on time and making more money. H Do Not Delay—there will not be enough Fordsons to take care of the Fall work. Order yours today so you will B B not be disappointed. B I FILL IN COUPON AND MAIL AT ONCE I By B B ST. JOHN & TITUS, B ■ CENTRALIA ■ B Please have your Fordson Expert call and make arrangements to 1 B show me a Fordson on my own farm. B B Name Address I ■ I live on Road I B ■ i bmbv I ST. JOHN & TITUS I I FORDSON DEALER I • I OLYMPIA TEWINO CENTRALIA I ___ J «'!!••! ' tri'tn the Los Angeles factory.' I'm .1,, Cotton Mills company w .Ii ■ i ;t II the tHlit ic for the local, j tli. \kron, Ohio, t'actorv . it is s.ii'.l, Th re output of long staple t tie Imperial valley and Salt River valley of Arizona will be used! by th, ••on mills. .Mr. O'Melveny: Vtteml Farm ls.an Pii nic. It.'l. g.vi 'iis from Lewis. Pierce, t j ta\s Harbor. King. Skagit. Pacific.; Cowlitz. Clark. Thurston and other! counties attended a picnic of the 1 Lewis County Farm Loan League at ciaquato Drove, near Chehalts Tues day D O'Shea of Spokane, pres ident of the Federal Land bank, was the principal speaker, his address be-; itjg most interesting to ttie 150 in at-j tendance. A. I). Davidson of Spokane,i federal appraiser, was also present.! President O'Shea complimented the' residents of western Washington and j western Oregon on the promptness with which they have been meeting their interest payments. Jantes F. Leghorn, well known to Olympians as member of the state bureau of inspection has accepted a position as auditor of appropriations tendered hint by the city officials. < K Beach, citv superintendent.;] was among the stage's educators j<> i Bracelets, Rings and La Vallieres in large variety. We are extravagant in one respect and that is in the variety and quality we carry in stock Women will browse with delight among this attractive collection of pretty jewelry. It is llrst in excellence and the prices are invariably low. TALCOTT BROS. •JKWKI.KItS AM) OPTICIANS leave Tuesday for the N. K. A. con vention at Milwaukee..