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HOI'I*, MONT Mr. and Mr? Fred Lehman and Herbert Weller motored to Big Sandy last Friday. L. M. Rutledge returned last Tues day from a trip to Fort Benton, where he acted as witness for Mr. Frank Harshe, who was getting his naturalization papers. Mrs. Ralph Weller and daughter Jennie spent the week-end at their ranch. Forrest Rutledge was drilling win ter wheat last week and Sylvester Markham was plowing, hut we are in the grip of winter again and all farm ing operations are at a standstill. The coal strike has caused a hay famine in Big Sandy. The dealers have ordered 15 carloads that are held up on the way. There have been tons and tons of hay hauled to dif ferent ranches and yet the demand is greater than the supply. Earl Cummings spent two days in Big Sandy last week, waiting to get hay, but he had to return without any. EUREKA Miss Mae Robinson went to Bel lingham last week, where she will attend the Normal school. * Merle Smith, who has been in the aervtce for several years, came in Tuesday for a visit with his father, A. B. Smith, and other relatives. Miss Evans spent Thanksgiving vacation with her mother in Seattle. Miss Gladys Conine, who was op erated on for appendicitis last week, is getting along nicely and her many friends will be glad to know that she will be able to come home in a few days. Miss , Margaret Curry and Mrs. Dain returned Sunday evening from Chimacum, where they went to spend Here's Another Real Buy FORD COUPE '.ln A-l mechanical condi tion; fine motor. Good rubber. Pine appearance. ONLY $675 West Fourth Street Garage 313 W. Fourth St. Phone 160 The Best Tires at any Price i Measured by mileage—judged by every cri terion of quality and service—Goodrich Sil vertowns excel all other cord tires, regard less of make or price. We know that's a strong statement —but just remember, we're here to back it up. We want you to know Silvertowns like we know them. Ride on these sturdy, sinewy victors of countless battles with battering, shattering roads. •l Then you'll say that Silvertowns give you more money's worth—bigger mileage— greater economy and comfort absolutely no question about it. We've tested and proved Silvertowns. Sil vertowns are making good—loo per cent— for our customers. They'll do the same for you. West Fourth Street Garage (Under new management) 313 West Fourth Phone 163 G mch SILVERTO WN ««» Thanksgiving with Miss Curry'; pur ents. .Mrs. Fitch and daughter Gent vieve spent Thanksgiving at the Alex Price home. Mi l) BAY Saturday evening the Mud Bav "niggers" will give a minstrel show at Me Lane Grange hall "Some show, believe you me." Charles Cook and wife of Seattle ate Thanksgiving dinner with his brother and family. Charles Starr and family, Bert Bennett and family and Mr. Swartz ate dinner with Mrs. Galligan Thurs day. James Blackwood, late of the C. S. N., returned home last month. He says he has had a good time and is glad he went. He hits been stationed most of the time on a repair ship off the coast of France, but has visited England. France, Germany and other countries in Europe. The United States, and especially Washington, look mighty good to him and he is glad to get home. Mrs. Charles Aspinwall and two sons visited at C. C. Aspinwall's the fore part of the week. Mr. Charles Aspinwall is in Spokane, where he has accepted a position as manager of the Spokane office of the electrical company for which he has been working in Seattle. His family will join him there soon. Chan Aspinwall saw the football game in Seattle Thanksgiving Day. PUGKT Mr. and Mrs. S. Y. Bennett and daughter Mary were dinner guests Thanksgiving at the home of M-. . Bennett's mother at Nisqually. j Miss Katie Carey spent Thanksgiv ing at the home of her brother-in law's at Tenino, returning home Sat urday. ( Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Larsen enter 'tained at dinner Thanksgiving day. The guests were Mr. and Mrs. G. N. : Evans, Mr ii~d Mrs. O. I. Evans and | daughter Wilma, Mr. and Mrs. H. J. i Chambers and son Andrew, Miss Es |tella Larsen, Grandpa Carpenter, Mr. i Earl Lister of Tacoma, Mr- Perry, , Harry Larsen and the host and host esses, Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Larsen. j Mr. Earl Lister of Tacoma is visit ing at the home of his cousin, Mr. I Harvey Chambers, for a few days, j Miss Estella Larsen visited home folks during the vacation. Mrs. Frank Bullard of Tacoma vis jited her parents, Mr. and Mrs- G. W. I Evans, a few days last week, j Mr. George Bullard drove over to Tacoma Sunday to take his mother home. Perry Larsen and Wendell Swayne went with him. j Mr. and Mrs. H. Crowell and sons, John and Edwin, visited at Sunny ! Beach Sunday afternoon. | Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Larsen, Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Chambers and son ! Andrew, Messrs. Perry Lasen and 'l'llK WASHINGTON STANDARD. OLYMPIA. WASH.. FRIDAY. DEOEMHER 5, 1919, Earl 1 .ist• r spent Thanksgiving even ing it Hie home of Mr. and Mrs. >1 J. Doyle. Captain Thomas and Mr Perry Larsen spent Saturday in Olympia. Miss Ruth Marvin visited her par ents. Mr and Mrs. R. Marvin, during the vacation, returning to school a* Mortmain Sunday sol TH CMOS Tliost attending the barn dance at the clubhouse Wednesday evening from hero were Mrs. Jessie H. Kelsey, Mrs, \V. K Ball, Misses Mildred Ball and Irene Abbott, and Harold Ab bott. Mr and Mrs. Fritz Hutson spent Thanksgiving with the latter's par ents. and Mr. and Mrs. John Seed. Mrs James Carpenter and little son have returned to their home in Mineral. Mrs. Jessie Kelsey and Rich ard Carpenter accompanying them as fur as Tacoma. Mr. and Mrs. William Larabe- 1 , Margaret and Elizabeth Davison and Grant and Lloyd Besse were callers at the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Bergh, Sunday. Esther, Roy and Bud Bergh spent Thanksgiving with their parents. Volney Baker spent Thanksgiving with his grandmother, Mrs. Boyd, in Olympia. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Walker enter tained Miss Mae Ranibar for the Thanksgiving holidays- Mrs. Fred Schulze and son Her bert spent Sunday at the home of W. K. Ball. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Abbott ente. - - tained at. dinner Thursday. The guests were Mr. and Mrs. M- D. Haight and three children, Mr. and Mrs. G. E. McDowell and son, Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Abbott and son, and Irene, Elsie and Harold Abbott. It was a family reunion Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Rail and daughter spent Thursday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Schulze. .Mr. and Mrs. Harrington enter tained Saturday in honor of the birth day of their son Leo and their grand daughter. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Eichoft' and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ostby, Mr. and Mrs. Langpap and family, Mr. and Mrs. Burling ham, Mrs- Carpenter and family, Mrs. Williams of Puyallup, Mr. and Mrs. Springer, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Car penter and family of Olympia, Miss Ruth McKay, Harry McKay, Jim Maxon, George and Claude Esterly, Charlie Carlson. Mr. and Mrs. Har rington and the honor guests, Leo Harrington and Miss Mamie Britton. Dancing and games were enjoyed till a late hour, after which dainty re freshments were served by the host ess and a most pleasant evening was enjoyed by all. Miss Gracie Townsend and brother Kirk of Seattle visited over Thanks giving with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Drehmel. Mr- and Mm. Hollopeter and daughter Lois, Mrs. V. Davis and daughters and Robert Robinson vis ited over Thanksgiving with their home folks. Mrs. Drehmel has been quite sick the past week. Mr. Roy Davis and Billy Wilson spent Thanksgiving day at home. XISQUALLY VALLEY Thanksgiving passed off pleasantly in our locality. The nice cold air that went with it made a good many Easterners feel it was a real (^y. Miss Delma Smith spent Saturday and Sunday at the Ole Gardner home. Mrs. Eva Lewis was called to White Swan last week to the death bed of her mother. A 1 Harder and Joe Cocoza of Se attle are living in one of the small houses at the river. They are em ployed in Olympia on the Westside bridge. Miss Nugent, our teacher, spent Thanksgiving with her parents in Se attle, Otto Kuhlman is somewhat better. Mrs. Charles Thompson and Mrs. Ed Watkins called on Mrs. J. A. An dersen Sunday. Bert Pomeroy of Olympia was also a Sunday visitor. Walter Wixon bought another cow last week- This makes his third one. Fred Koenig and wife and Nelda Koenig of Bremerton visited the for mer's mother, Mrs. Daisy Koenig. Mr. and Mrs. Willie Frank re turned home from Aberdeen Monday after a week's absence. M'LANE Mr. and Mrs. James Houseman en tertained Seattle friends the latter part of the week. Robert and Walter MeLane are helping William Swan to get out cedar logs. Mr. and Mrs. 0. Cruson were Mon day evening visitors at Glen Echo. Mr. and Mrs. Pierce O'Connor were Sunday evening visitors at 11-la-hee. Mrs. Davis was a Friday visitor at Glen Echo. Mr. and Mrs. H. W'ages were Sua- ROSTOV HAItROR da;, visitors at the home of Mr- and Mrs. Davis. Mrs. B. J. Shannon and daughter Nelda were the guests of Mrs. Shan non's mother, Mrs McLane, Friday. The salmon run is over, for which we are thankful. It means the rest of our fence will not he used for kindling for a year to come. Mesdames Cruson, Comstock an 1 McLane motored to Olympia Wednes day to attend a social at the home of Mrs. Ootnstock's mother Mr. and Mrs. John Austin enter tained relatives over Thanksgiving. The Misses Florence McLane and Ruth Olson and Messrs. Callahan and Bush, all of Seattle, were week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Milner Me- I.ane. Mr. Joseph Comstock is emulating the horsemanship of the plains. The way he dashed by with his charges Monday would make a cowboy en vious. 1 AIIIVIKW A goodly crowd enjoyed the Im provement club dance last Saturday night- The hostesses for the occa sion were Mrs. Benton. Mrs. Brasch and Mrs. Bozarth. Besides the club members there were guests from Ta coma, Black Lake, Belmore and Kearney's Corner. Mr. and Mrs. Lockwood enter tained Mr. and Mrs. George Koble and daughter and Mr. and Mrs. Lee Cox and family from Tacoma on Thanksgiving day- Mr. and Mrs. Cooper had Mrs. Par sons and Mr. Jones as their dinner guests Thanksgiving day. A delightful d'nner party was given at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Renton Thanksgiving day. A bounteous din ner was served at noon to Mrs. Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Luedecker and sons Edwin and Harold, Howard and Les ter Renton and the host and hostess The afternoon was spent in card Continued on Page Eight. 16 More Shopping Days Left Until Christmas Practical Gifts Are Found Here at Practical Prices FANCY BATH TOWELS Silk Hose That Will Please the Women Folks A fancy hath towel is an inexpensive gift and it can be It is a present that is acceptable appreciated more by putting an initial on it in some appro as well as appreciated by every jjriate color. We are showing them in lavender, yellow, pink woman. We can please you as and blue, well us your purse. Women's silk thread hose, with garter top. At gg SIOO $125 lisle heel and toe. The colors are medium gray, cordovan, seal and black; to 10. Pair $1 50 EMBROIDERED PILLOW CASES Women s Black Silk Thread Embroidered pillow cases are a very appropriate gift and Hose will be inexpensive and lasting. Some lovelv designs are A garter top, lisle heel and toe. shown in these pretty pillow cases, including evelet work A good Xmas gift at a popular price; 8(4 to 10. Pair $2.50 to $3,75 Price $1.75 and $2.00 Women's Pure Silk Thread Hose ALL LINEN DOILIES SETS This silk hose will make a very acceptable Christmas gift A very Consisting of one large and two other sizes of six doilies superior quality of silk with a fine each nicely embroidered in white or delf blue lisle garter top, high spliced heel e ' and toe. Sizes 8% to 10. A ~ splendid assortment of the pre- * vailing shades, nigger brown, mode, beaver, taupe, silver, me dium gray, black or white. GIVE HER A BEAUTIFUL BED SPREAD Pair $2.25 and $2.75 Women's All Silk Thread Hose site design, plainer cut corners S " penor ,|Uall,y and ex, ' m ~ Beautiful quality of superior weight. This is a hose that will ta KO ♦ cutnn make an elegant gift; 8% to 10; W '°° t0 » 1500 black only. $3.25, $3.75, $4.25 BUREAU SCARFS Why Not Give Her a Pair of Kid Gloves? An Xmas gift that is useful and inexpensive A new as Always acceptable. We have a sortment. of these scarfs that is of importance Thev come in splendid assortment to select from lace; also in fine muslin trimmed with lace and insertion and and a good color assortment of a pretty assortment of embroidered ends. ' seasonable shades. $3.25, $3.50 and $4.25 Priced 69c to $2.00 Feist & Bachrach Successors to Rosenthals he committee which hits charge of the Red Cross dances at Turn water. KODAKS jyj BROWNIES JS l | I A Kodak for Christmas When you send a Kodak for Christmas, include witli it a few rolls of film. They will want, to make a few pictures at once of the holiday festivities, and your little act of thouphtfulness makes this possible. Christmas pifts for each member of the family. F. G. Munson Drug Co. 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