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PEXIXSILA Mrs. Florence Hartshorn is visit ing in Seattle this week. Miss Mae Marry spent Monday night at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Honey of West Olym pic Mrs. William I'orteons took a trip to Tacoma Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Willia,m Whitney had as their Thanksgiving guests, Roy P Johnson of Hoquiam, and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Modes and Darby Vernon. Mr. and Mrs. Harland Cromwell and sons John and Edwin of South Bay, were Sunday visitors at the Whitney place. Mr. Edd Chick had the misfortune to cut his hand Monday. Mr. Tennis son took him to town to have it dressed. James Mauver, of Wh'te Salmon, Washington, is visiting pinole, Mr. N. E. Davis. HOPP MONTANA J. F. Brown and L. M. Rutledge hare finished filling the'r coal sheds with the dusky diamonds. Herbert Weller and Lester Rut ledge drove to Big Sandy last Wed nesday. Harold and Verner Markham re turned last week from Judith Basin by way of Great Palls. They report no work to be had at the Falls. 8. S. Markham, Carl Hendershot, Forest Rutledge and Herbert Weller were digging their winter supply of eoal last week. M'.sa Jennie Weller and Gladys Sturdevant, who are attending school at Big Sandy, spent Thanksgiving at their homes, j J. F. Brown made a business trip j to Big Sandy last Friday. | The weather has been so mild for the tost two weeks that many farmers <un» plowing. , L. M. Rutledge made a tr'.p to Big Sandy Monday. * -* - j 5 Many Montana farmers are hold ing their wheat for higher prices. It compelled to sell at present prices It will be at a great loss. R. R. Waller went to Havre Tues day to consult a doctor in regard to! injured foot. j j BLACK RIVER VAUJEY ■ " ' Mrs. 'Albert Nelson who has been ■■rlnnsl] 111 for some time is slowly taproYlng. Harold Cross returned to Auburn Tuesday, where he is attending school. V(. Jackson has received his stock mt groceries ancl Is now parking and filling the shelves which makes a mighty good appearance, as all the stock Is from the best house on the coast. Here's wishing for Mr. Jackson a lions share of the trade In and around Gate. Mrs. Best our grammar-grade teacher spent Thanksgiving in Beattle with friends. Mr. and Mrs. Mills of Oakvtlle warn kuests at the A. M. Kneeland home recently. Ralph Parish attended the Thanks giving shooting match at Cedarvllle last Tuesday and when he came home ftU wife was puzzled to know whether ■J AV SAT. ONLY HAT. SAT. BRYANT WASHBURN Starring in "BURGLAR PROOF' Also Two-Reel Comedy and Paramount Magazine SUNDAY AND MONDAY TOM MOORE in "STOP THIEF" And comedy. Review and Topics. 35c Nights He 25c Matinees 11c Saturday and Sunday it was her husband or some feathered foul, any way Ralph had goose for his thanksgiving dinner. Mr. and .Mrs. Charles Gibson ari; entertaining a young son at their home. Mother and son are doing fine. Walter Armstrong is buildng h garage for his new Chevrolet Walter Is our smiling bachelor who recentlv installed a new kitchen range. H. H. Jones is on the sick list this week. John Erskin and family of May town were guests at the J. B. Watson home last Sunday. The Coon family of South Dakota and Mrs. R. B. Parish went to Sequim last Sunday to spend several days with Mrs Edward Rhodes. Mrs. Edward Cross entertained the Gates famly at Thanksgiving dinner. Mrs. Tihe Mount served a turkey dinner on Thanksgiving day to her mother and other friends from Olym pla. Mrs. George Mitchell went to Tac oma several days ago to be with her daughter who had her tonsils re moved. Chickens, Turkey and Geese are going at a premium s'nee everybody feasted last week. Mrs. Will Austin served turky din ner to more than thirty friends and relatives. Mrs. Clara Hodges likewise numbered her guests by the score, so all-in-all the populat'on of Gate were taken care of for one day at least. BOSTON HARBOR Mr. and Mrs. Robinson enterta-'ned at dinner Thanksgiving, Mr. and Mrs. G. Hollopeter and daughter, Mr. C. Robinaon and Robert Robinson of Olympia. Mr. and Mrs. Drehmel spent the Thanksgiving holidays in Olymp'a with her daughter Mrs. Glen Rohn. Mrs. Georgie Carpenter .entertained at dinner, Mr. and Mrs. Burlingame on Thanksgiving day. Mrs. Robinson visited in Olympia Monday. Mrs. Charlie Christie and little daughter visited in Olympia on Mon day. FORDSON TRACTOR MAKES RECORD RUN Plows 40 Days and Nights; Turns 000 Arces Without One Repair. Stopping only for gasoline and oil, a Fordson tractor owned by N. Kor pua of Lunden, Dicky County, North Dakota, recently completed a record run of forty days and nights. Three operators were assigned to the tractor each working an e'ght hour shift, and thus keeping the tractor in opera tion twenty-four hours a day. "Nine hundred acres were plowed without one minute's stop for repairs", says the affidavit received by the Ford company from the Fordson owner. The tractor was purchased during the summer of 1919. In the spring of 1920, Korpua began his plowing and had already turned 200 acres before he conceived the idea of work ing the tractor day and night. Electric head lights were installed operators were obtained, and with no I# £ WW FRIDAY lIVA SATURDAY BUCK JONES Star in "THE SQUARE SHOOTER" and Good Comedy SUNDAY, MONDAY TUESDAY NORMA TALMADOE in "YES, OR NO" Also Christie Comedy 30e Nights lie 25c Matinees 11c Slnday-Monday TIIH WASHINGTON STAND- KD. OLYMPIA. WASHINGTON, FIJI DA V. DECEMBER ■'!. 1020 Hirtlii-r preparations, the little Fordson entered upon what turned out to be a record run for endurance. FORTIFIED AGAINST COLD Tills little maid is comfortably mid smartly clad for school in r coat of heavy homespun fortified with a short cape and roomy patch pockets. The cape Is meant to snuggle up about the throat In very cold weather. COAT WITH CAPE COLLAR Nearly all coats carry about them «otiie\vliere tjie suggestion of a cape, but there Is one that boldly appropri ates a short cape und uses It instead sf a collar, thereby adding to ltd warmth and good style. HATS SMILE AT WINTER The young daughters of smart mothers will wear lovely beaver and felt bats this winter, trimmed with handsome ribbon. Two hats in the long napped variety appear above. Below them are two pretty fabric hats, both made of velvet. One of them is fin ished with yarn needlework and the other with a ribbon sash. PEARL'S TWIN CALVES NO HANDICAP Mavinp twin- calves didn't stop this industrious cow from going out after a milk and butter fat record And she. got It. Her name is- l'earl of Pomoroy, and she is owned t»y D D Tenney of Crystal Bay. Minn This makes her third advanced register record at 5 yenra old, 1 1,798 S» pounds of milk and 58,367 pounds'of butter fat, car ried » ■ twin calves, abowo burs, 176 days ui that time. She is * Ouern I Men's Brown English Walking Shoes. Crossett make. Lowered I rices in Former price +14..")0; now. ii'oK iv 1 1 1 /11 Men's Vici Kid. Former price $10; now ilPHPflflahl? VnAOC '"'dies' <(Quality: $14..">0; now $ll.OO I'CpCitUdUit JllUCd Lillii ,. s - ,WskinShoes: seivieeahle in wet climate. H Choice of Mack or In-own ....$5.00 Boys' aiid Giils' School Shoes at big reductions. No excep tions. Vonr choice of our large stock at big savings. Our Lowered Prices *»•«■•» •"«' & uinghanis that wore o\h\ now ooc lifill fnfftMAof Vmi Ginghams that were M!(c, now 25c Will mieresi IUU Heavy White Outings that were 45c, now 24c g | .'W-inch Quilting Cloth that «'?.« U'."V.. 25c nOSI6rV in staple and fancy stock, much cheaper. « Silk Hose .all colors and Mack ; former price $2.50 now.. .$1.75 H Fibre Silk, all colors, black and white; former price $1.50, now 98c Children's Cotton, heavy rib; former price 50c, now 33c Sweaters For men, women and children at big reductions. Cheaper than manufacturer's prices. OLD SANTA HAS SHOWN HIS SMILING FACE IN OUR STORE AGAIN AS USUAL .L. IF YOU HAVEN'T SEEN TOYS THIS YEAR Jy O SEE THE MOTTMAN ASSORTMENT Mottman's " Where You Can Always Do Better" ESTER OVERLY BETOMEB BRIDE LLOYD NEUMAN OF CENTRALIA At the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Overly, at Cham bers Prairie, Miss Ester Overly be came the bride of Lloyd Neuman of Centralia Sunday afternoon. The cere mony was read by Rev. A. H. Lathrop in the presence of only the members of the family. Following the cere mony a wedding dinner was serve! after which the bride and groom loft •n their wedding tour. They will be at home to their friends after Decem ber 1, in Centralia. Those present at the wedding were Mr. and Mrs. R. Overly, Mr. and Mrs, C. H Overly, Marie, Fred and Harry Overly Mr. and Mrs. L. Kistner, Manford Curtis, Hazel Overly and Mr. and Mrs. Lin coln Langford. NATIONAL AUDUBON SOCIETIES SEEK ENFORCEMENT BIRD LAW V President Pearson Advocates Federal Hunting License t© Raise Funds for Bird Reservations. i * Announcement hascjust been mad 3 of the elect'on of T. Gilbert Pearson as president of the National Associa tion of Audubon Societies, to succeed the late William Dutofltr who organ ized the association fifteen years ago. In accepting the presidency, Mr. Pearson before the arfc&al convention advocated a federal lurating license of flftey cents, with to raising f which .AQiuld be Jised in establishing additional bird reser vations and In enforAg the provis ions of the Migrato® Bird Treaty Act, the upholding OH which by the Supreme Court he characterized as the most important evont in the field 4 of bird protection in «ie past year. Opposes Water Power Right* Members throughout the country were urged to use their influence to effect the repeal of the recent granting power rights of national parks in the hands of -three members of the President's ctfeinet, and to defeat if possible other congressional measures for the exploitation of na- Vest Pocket Kodak Price $9.49 H Sometimes, even after a lot of Inl I ISM I thought in selecting a gift, yu.i H|gl tISn 1 are not quite certain that your ttjjl E jan 1 everybody wants one—even the (lwlß n8 H person who may already own 11111 glfiml X H of a Kodak, Brownie, Premo or m M GraHex entitles the owner to |H» jBBj R one year's free subscription to ffljfS M H ic magazine that will help him IHSEj H make good pictures. So you see «H BHB J Sot you give not only the camera X| jSj m | X but a worth-while magazine as <h I FJB Of course we have all sizes. (Actual size) F.G.MunsonDrugCo. THE KODAK AGENTS Opp. Courthouse Phone 667 201 E. Fourth Patronize Your Home Bank Don't wander around among strangers with your bank ac count, but put your money in a sound bank where you can de pend on the best treatment and accommodation because that bank has interests identical with your own and your neighbors'. Your success means a great deal to your home bank, be cause the success of the bank is in a measure dependent on yours. The outside bank will be glad to get your deposit, but it will not take the same personal interest in your welfare as the home bank. By banking at home you place money in circulation in your own locality and benefit your own community. Let us handle your business. We are prepared to safeguard your money and will welcome you into the home circle of our growing financial family. Olympia National Bank tional parks at the expense of the countries richest bird sanctuaries. In the report as secretary, Mr. Pearson said more than 280,000 school children had been enrolled as members of the Association during the past school year, to whom three million educational leaflets on birds had been distributed. The largest enrollment of sustaining members was reported, 4,380 of tho five dollar members having been enrolled with 212 life memberships at SIOO each. Thirty-seven wardens were reported to have been engaged by the associa tion last year in th© protection cf important breeding places of water birds.