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li THE SUCCESSFUL Bgff FARMER 11 ° ne iaS ( *' scovere< * t * lat .i,J feed should be fed his stock and poultry. We recommend *%.' * products of the Fisher Flouring Mills as the best on W-...,. , the market, and cheerfully guarantee them to give satis faction. —and look at these prices:- Weight of f. Ob Warehouse or Sack Branch Store# Fisher's Scratchfood 100 $3.80 Fisher's Egg Producer 100 3.75 Fisher's Dairy Feed 90 2.70 Fisher's Mixed Feed 80 2.15 Fisher's Cracked Corn 100 2.95 SPECIAL PRICES TO QUANTITY BUYERS BAKER FUEL COMPANY 7th and Columbia Sts. Branch Stores: BO WEN & LEPPER. East Fourth Street WESTSIDE GROCERY, 1008 Page Street. LOO CABIN GROCERY, Tumwater. I VOCAL I V^JPPENtNGSf T. G. Pitcher of Route 4, vu In the eltjr on business Monday. Mr. end Mrs. Peter Schmidt are visiting friend* in Seattle for a few day*. Mr. and Mrs. Thad Pierce are spending several days In Seattle visit lag friends. I Mrs. W. S. Steele Is confined to her tome with a severe attack of tonsill- Us. • Mr. and Mrs. P. O. AUen of Seattle, ■peat the week-end visiting friends here. F. M. McLean of Tacoma, assist ant ittta lunruot commissioner *u • hnslnsss visitor in the city Saturday. Mr. and Mm. Frank Griffin, of Swnmseott, Massachusetts, are to arrive in the city Wednesday to make their permanent home. Mrs. Peter Welsch of Seattle, apeat several day* visiting her eoniln, Miis Irene Kenny while en route to Port land where she will visit for a short tUM. *Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Comby had as their hou*e guests over the week-end Mrs. George Labor and M'.aa Brock of Aberdeen. Mr. and Mrs. 1. A. Garrison left Tuesday for Novia Scotia where they Win spend the winter visiting Mr. t}an£a»a's parents. Mr. and Mi*. B. H. Faben drove over from Seatte 'aat Friday and spint the day visiting friends in- this fcty. Judge and Mrs. A. Gilmore of Seat tle, w'ere guests at the Hotel Olym pian for several days lfcst week. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Bell of this city were visitors in Aberdeen' last week where they were registered at the Washington hotel. Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Beasley left Saturday for Medford, Oregon, where they wil make their future home. Mr. and Mrs. Beasley have been residents of Thurston county for 31 years. V : Major C. O. Bates, well knows attorney of Tacoma spent Friday ani Saturday in Olympla on legal busi ness. Mrs. C. V. Cooper and Mrs. J. M Parsons of Fairview have gone t< Twin Lakes where they will remain for several weeks visiting. * Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Singer of Lak< Crescent, were visitors in this city foi a fear dsys during the latter part ol l«st week. Mr. Singer is proprietoi of Singer's Tavern at the lake. Mris. J. E. Grant of Seattle, was 3 week-end visitor in the eity, where she was registered at the Hotel Olym pian. J. Grant Hlnklo is si /business visitor In Portland tor several days where he Is conferring with the officials of the company which has. the contract for furnishing license plates tor motor vehicles in the state.' The contract callß for delivery of' these plates in Olympia by December. Miss Helen Ferryman, daughter of Senator Ferryman of Wenatchee, was a visitor in the city over the week end. Mlbs Gertrude Pier left last week for the northern part of the state where she will spend a two week's vacation visiting friends. i Miss Dora Crlddle left last Friday for Seattle where she sailed on Sat urday. November 6, on the S. S. President for Los Angeles. Miss Crlddle will remain in southern Calif ornia a month visiting friends. W. B. Stratton, of Seattle, was a| business visitor in the city Friday and Saturday of last week. Mr. Stratton was formerly attorney general of the state. Dr. W. N. Keller, superintendent ( of the Western Washington Hospital for the Insane, was a visitor in Olym pia the latter part of the week on official business. 1 ■ V The Bucoda Improvement Club is a live one, judging from the neat, complimentary cards they are stadlAf out. W. A. Perkins one of the pctl** rn«n of that city is president 'W, the club. \'.\ Mrs. Nelson Vaughn will to her home in this city after a 1 WoW. visit in Snohomish where she' wflt called by the Illness of her hrpther Edward Holcomb. ____________________ i Milo Morris of the Morris Motor Car company left Monday for San Francisco wher,e he will spend » few weeks on business. . Vi.-in 1 ' ' I i Mr. and Mrs. Millard Lemon Jaft Monday for California where will remain for the winter visiting Mi's. Lemon's parents, Dr. Cook at Long Beach, California. | . C. H. Younger, state labor com missioner, left Monday for a several days' inspection trip which will take him to Seattle and Wenatchee. I . ■ Mrs. Fred Convery entertained the Owl club at dinner Saturday evening in honor of the birthday anniversary of her son, Fred. Covers were laid for Fred Convery, Merritt Mills, Hnrold Bracket, Edward Gonyaw, i Bud Zamberlin, George Mills and V. I Miles. i G. G. Cannon, of Olympia, a state food inspector, is stopping at the . Washington hotel in Aberdeen while i looking over the bakeries and res i taurants in that city. ' Rev. and Mrs. Charles T. Goodsell i have leased the home of Mrs Masn ■ more on Sixth and Yew streets for ' the winter months and are now at ' home to their friends. Rev. Goodsell is pastor of the Central Baptist church in this city. i Governor Louis F. Hart left Sa*- • urday to Spokane where he attended a meeting of the State Guarantee Fund T>nard of which he is a member i held in that city Monday. Tuesday he attended a meeting of the state i agricultural advisory board after' TIIF WASHINGTON STAND UI). OLYMPIA. WASHINGTON. TI'KSDAV, NOVK.MBKK !». 1!>20 which he left the state for p. week's rest. , The governor did not leave word as to where he wan going to spend his short vacation. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Torkleson of Loyalton, California are the gue3ts of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Otis at their home on East Eighteenth street. Mrs. Torkleson was formerly Miss Ruth Swain of this city. Mrs. Mitchei Harris will entertain with a shower Wednesday at her home on Seventh street complimenting Miss Hazel Mount whose marriage to Virgil Baker will'take place this month. Saturday the state public service commissioners set the date tor the healing of the Tacoma Grain com pany and others against the Chicago, Milwaukee ft St. Paul and Northern Pacific railways for November 12 at the Enumclaw Commercial club. The Tacoma Grain company and other milling companies have filed a tariff against the two railroads against the milling and transit ser vices on the Buckley brancfh of the two roads. » Mrs. R. E. Taylor and children Eugenia, Ermine and Bobby wlll-leav* next week for Whtttier, California. where they will spend the winter months visiting Mrs. Taylor's parents, I Judge and Mrs. W, M. Holland. Special Values in Dresses at $27.50 Many charming styles to choose from. New good looking patent leather belts. Materials are features, pleated hip panels, long-waisted models tricotines, poiret twill and satijis. Moderately with the skirt of small box pleats smartly priced, all new numbers, at— 4 trimmed with silk braid; others have just a touch A of embroidery in eheny red or jade green and Kfl M. M. MORRIS The slate public service commission entered Monday an order requiring the Taciima Kastern Railway com pany to pay the sum of $2,772.48 tn the Electr'c Logging company for alleged unlawful overcharge on halt ing IOKS. The payment must be mad • within thirty days. The order has been with held pend ing the decision on a similar case it. the supreme court., which deeded in favor of the defendants I)r. L. C. Pelton, chief of the dairv and livestock division of the state agriculture department, has returned to his office after a short trip to Spokane where he attended the Wash ington Royal Livestock Show. Dr. Pelton will leave the latter part of this week for Portland where he will at tend the Pacific International Live Stock Show. Stanford* Visit, Seattle. Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Stanford spent last week-end in Seattle where they were the house guests of Dr. VVana maker. Mr. and Mrs. Stanford went over to attend the Stanford-Washing ton game held at Seattle Saturday afternoon. OcXair Renews IjeinlH-rship. R. A. McNalr, commander of the George H. Tomas Post, G. A. R. wai the first person to renew h's member ship in the Thurston county Chapter, American Red Cross. Mr. McNair paid h's membership fee Monday for the annual roll call. Junior league Entertains. The Junior League will entertain with a party at the Methodist church in the Junior room, Saturday, from 2 till 4:30. Mrs. H. M. Wallace, missionary superintendent, has been invited as the guest of the afternoon. have been mak'ng scrap books to send to a hospital for Korean children. Games will be enjoyed during the afternoon and re freshments served. Turnbul/s Expected to Return. Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Turnbull, form erly residents of this city, are expect ed to arrive in Olympia in the near future to make their future houie. For the past several months they have been residing in Alaska. While in this city Mr. Turnbull was con nected with the city engineer's office. Pace Family Returns. Mr. and Mrs. John Pace and small daughter have returned to Olympia and are reoccupying their home at li 7 West Thirteenth street, formerly occupied by Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Kelley. Mr. Pace will resume duties as sec retary of the state safety board in n few weeks after an absence of three months which was spent in Seattle. | Dan L. Savldge. connected with the state land commission, was a business visitor in the city Monday and Tuesday. Woods Briggs, of Berkeley, is a business visitor In the city for a few days. PHEJS COMPANY PLANS PROMOTION lIKKKV tTIiTI'RK IN THriWTO.'V N«>«ml«4 More Canning Fruit, InlcniN Mage Soft Drinks nt Old Olympi.i Rivwing Plant. As a part of the program for thr pronution of berry raising in Thun ton county, 300 pamphlets have b !cn received by the Chamber of from the department, of agriculture at Washington, I). ('., teiling the history of the logan and other berr'.es and how to cultivate them. These pamph lets will be given free circulation through mail and at the meet ng ( f the Chamber of Commerce Tuesday evening. November !). In addition to these pamphlets. Frederick Schmidt, well known Olym pian nnd manager of the Phez com pany. who is i nth's city for the met ing, has announced that the company will send several thousand special pamphlets here for distribut'on through agency. With Mr. Schmidt in Olympia. is T. E McCrosky, secre tary of the Salem. Oragon. Chamber of Commerce, who will tell the mem bers of the local chamber of com merce what the production of berries has done for Salem. The Phez company, of which the Olympia Brewing company 's a part. Is unable to secure sufficient berries in the Willamette valley alone, and if a arge acerage can be worked up here, in order that there may be plenty of berries for both the Olympia Canning company and an add'tlonal plant, it Is the intention of the Phez compay to use the old brewing plant here for the purposa of making soft drinks from the juices of berries. This does not mean that the berries for such a plan( would have t-> be 'n Thurston county alone for the pos sibilities of bringing berries in from the islands surrounding Olympia and other count.es along the sound are very good. Mrs. Lou's F. Hart, spent last week end with Mr. and Mrs. Reeves Ayl more at their home on Mercer Island near Seattle. Dr. E. O. Holland, presidant of tha Washington State College at Pullman was a visitor in the city Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Henney, of Portland are registered at the Hotel Olympian. Mr. Henney is one of the state consulting engineers Julius Zittler, prom'nent architect of Spokane, was a business visitor in Olympia Monday and Tuesday of this week. The first of a series of Wednes day night Jitney dances to be given by the jinx committee of the Elks' lodge will be held Wednesday even ing of this week. The dances will be limited to Elks and their friends. Corn Is never stationary in quality. It either improves or retrogrades. There is no more excuse for farmers raising scrub corn-than scrub cattle BUSINESS O || LOCAIU For Sale op Ib-nt—Logging engine and equipment. E. N. Steele, Byrne Bid*,--. Olympia, Wash. 11-5-2 Why not uso Powerfnc? It is sav ing thousands of dollars to auton o t) 1J owners One dollar's worth of Powerene has been known to do the work of forty-eight gallons of gaso line Perfectly harmless to all met als. Powerene has proved its econ omy and efficiency to the entire satis faction of its users. Put up in $ 1.0.0 boxes only, sufficient to treat 100 gal lons of gasoline. For sale by Kellcy Tiro Co , Olympia. M. E. Carroll, Company Manager, Rainier, Wash. 10-22-8* NOMR EX< KPTIOXAL BARGAINS IN FORI) CARS No. 143. Rebuilt Ford touring, 90 d.iy guarantee; looks like new price 1175.00, down, balance $40.00 per month. Sale price $545.00 No. 150. This rebuilt 5 passenger Ford Touring with starter, is one of the best buys we have ever offered at $515.00; $170.00 down, and the balance $37.00 per month. No. 168. Ford Sedan, good rub ber; starter; an excqptlonally good buy for $650.00, $215.00 down, bol ance easy monthly, payments. No. 173. Rebuilt one-ton worm drive Ford truck, new paint, new rub ber. $170.00 will handle this bargain. Every bargain listed here is a very good value, come in and look them over. L. E. Titus, Authorized Dealer. Olympia. The state public service commis sion has suspended for a period ot ninety days the tariff recently filed b/ the Great Northern Railway, naming basis for rates on carload freight be twen South Tacoma and points on the Great Northern Railway in the state of Washington. The new tariff pro vides a rate of $8 per car between Tacoma and South Tacoma on ship ments from or to non-competitive points on the Great Northern Rail way whereas the rate between Tacoma and South Tacoma on such movements prior to August 26 was 96 per car. This was advanced by a genera] In crease order to 96.60 per car. The Northwestern Tow Boat Own er's Association filed a new tariff Saturday with the state public service commission modifying the rates on log towing on Puget Sound which meets with the approval of tho Log ger's Information Association. The new l rate became effective November 4. During last month the Loner'* Association filed a complaint with the public service commlaalon against the 25 per cent Increase for all lo* towing made by the tow boat associa te.