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t Club p, m. Kids 15c We make sick radios well We make well radios better B. and H. Radio 6uaranteed Radio Service Dick II.ilal ilar, x [ktlltiislvr l;,,Ti,.i I&apos;ll,,,w 7,i:; IREAT YOURSELF TO THE BEST Special Offer Five Pounds Sm:,king Toba,:,',, $1.00 Kmtueky Bm'ley Natural Ind Smoking Tobacco. For pe, eigarette or chewing. 1" cream of the finest tr0f Fine and mellow. F,e from all chemicals and l adulterations. No fan- q pa&ages, no decorations. jm quali.ty and lots of it. ! Eve pounds will make 40 h.e (.ks of sm(,kin c,r 50 tri-.-ts of ohewin_-- (;r,-,wcr ANOTHER I,EGION DANCE FEB. 20TH I.esl,ondin6 to the t,upula/ demtud of dancers in this community, the (t:lIll'e COlllllli[It'P 0[" tht, local Legion pOSI ;IIlIIIlIIIII'cN IIIIOttlcI' {If their l'illl' dances for February 25. at the l(en- more Comnlunity clubhouse. These dances which have been a .+hh, nl,nt en. ho wlnlor qoon .......... o ............... will probably be in vogue, the year 'round if the patronage keeps up as it has heretofore. The Legion orchestra has proved popular and will be on the stage again next Saturday night, School Election The Annual School Election will be held at the Bothell High School Sat- i urday March 4, 1933 for the purpose of electing a School Director for a term of three years. Polls will be open from 1 o'clock P. M. until 8 o'clock P. M. In order that the Board may have time to print the ballots they have set March 1st a the date of filing for Director. Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Sickles and fam- ily of Seattle were guests at the home of Mrs. Lotto Sickles Sunday. The Bothell Senliael Here's a Washer "132 Years Old" In Service and as Good as Ever 10 (dlSlmle 1". we will promptly ship y a 5 lb. package of "Ken- -_ky Burley Tobacco." the Interested youngsze: :n this pie- }.ears. total repair charges have oeeg lure .s looking on as e mother puts $124, [ Another washer tested in Indiana the flnlhlng touehe t  e week's . ' ' ................... : .... : ........... w y'ye,Z-?t .q u[ ?U).t. F?:gL" Ever week for in-re than three tlon announces A thresher Dell st- Y ' ' II[ tacleo to n ran 2.075.4 miles In that years it ha been us[ d I at tl e tam y ' "'' " ; l perio'l rhe washer showed no ap- washlnl Of lOFty-lear teimnts In a I procm',h ,,yea: at the end of the test Peoria. Ill., apartment hous. , aver- I 5'. ': ..... z'd ,re pointed t.o as one el age family takes almost eh  !': .- , t 1,,' .  v.' ', at,nest 9.000.000 care- to give lt washer as much ': .'- s 1, ,,u,'7 are using home wal- one geU every week It xx , d . .. ,'"'. I:: .... r. : life ot such msehlne had to start for an thole..,:': t,:,::.. It::,::=:, t:.:: o;e of the cheapest In- 'way oaek lla the days of Jo.,:: Q',I' '. ' , ::,,.n' :or ,he home Pract, lcall" Adam. tO equ/ gl. irvxc '" , , ,. '.ee tract:: as long in the hou.,- h given tn a Itttle more ',o waaher MItNMIID[W[ATHERI IIN AID TO H[IILTH "Fresh Air" Misnomer, for It's Filled With Dirt and Gas. sII?VERY home-owner may now en- L Joy the comfort of 'fresh air' the MIGHT %VELL GO FURTHER year 'round. without resorting to the opening of windows and doors," says %Ve understand that the army is to ! the |lollan:l Inslilllle of Tlermology, i of II,,ll:!wl. Mi,.hi,z:ln The Institute ployment situation. VCe might suggest that congress might well now aid states to open the doors to enlistments to the vari- ous national uard units and take care of a million or two mo,'e of the young fellows who are in need of some good care and training. There are thousands of single young fellows without homes in the country today that could be giveen re- lief in this manner much cheaper than by dole, and many of these need the environment and the discipline. FARMER'S SALES COMPANY 07-8 McOlure Bldg. Frl0rt - Kentucky \\; Gregory Publishing PUBLISHERS PRINTERS Bothell Phone 1000 is a InlSltonicr; that air is a parma nent mlx/m'e of gage,', prin,.ipally ID'- drogen and oxygen, filet f,%'ers lbe earth hi a conqmr.'ltively thin layer, qnd unlike fruits or vegetables and mr organic mauer, Is not subject to decay or change. Interlors of homes and other bull@ Ings." says the h..litUte, "'become un- comfortable because the alr supply may have I)econte .verheated. under- heated, slagnanL .r polluted with dust. odors or gases. Imi-or discomforts are generally experiem'ed during the hearing ",;tson due To lat'k of circula- tioll, hick of nmisl are, lind to hi;h and varying t elllper;ll tl reg. Dllrhlg SUllllllOr, dis,'omf,,rI is tr:t('oal)le to lack of air fl'il'('ll',;li"ll. OXt'I*SS wltrmlb and (*?/c(,>s IIli>' !l I'. "All 3 it/ill all ,d ::"-" ('orHi;litqts Ill:ly n,,w i,,, ,.'.itltill;l[, iI i'hiq is ttt:tde I,,,s sible I'3 [life lit ,-I /; I i": i '.. /',,Ill l"llN'd [I(';llill ,li",,lS, %V;l ',1, IIH)I'C CilI'l't!": ly, lU' ,lil'-I'.itdilihlill'l ySlt!lllS "l'lwse uir-ctillditioners i ;tat' fl H'III nlllDy flln" *IOll.g ilere|olore rt.hllivciy fol'tqgll Io .'.tie llnle.--Ihey ptlrify Ihe air by was.v .fig and 'illering it ; during wimcr lhO) fl(';llt h flllly Ill(llSl pn Ill' ;111 tO ; i;'I':: t'I tile ehttra<'teristiv %villlei dryness; th,.. IlliliIlllli I} nil II](-I'H [ I* il Illl Inl]llq'lll I ('Ill [)el'illllrl,s aS desit'ql ;lad [-:Cel Tile ;lit in COIISI;tlI[ cireulalhII, thus prevelll- ins Stilgn:ttion and ovcr-Ileliled flrPiis IB sunlnler lhey tire effeclive |Ionic cooling imita, w.,tshing, eo.iing aml cir eul:lting the indoor air. "II is now I)(,ssihle t,, eli joy Ill IIOnles, ill| illiiollr ciiIilllrl tile yea[ 'round timt ellel'ally will Ire far su perior to outdoor nit .m!m,ior ,,r win ter. 'rilere no Jollier is rtqls,n ','i1. daM-ridden, dry. excessive tempera . eta: t$:=:: =:=t , ...... Y. be tolerated far the mean. of tnex- ;oo Musty tor eslth or omrert. " " ireonditionln- the home Is - " " I pensively a - g unoeaml would Not Be Visib ..... ", " " o who wtruln Ine reaeu or every per n Were It Not for the Large Amount ..... ........ c,qD RHOI'O a TIIrlHIL'e or o|ller [.v[3s ce n- or UUSt n nme-Air. , Iral heatin,, plant. ffeautif ul Hands \\; EELING, seeding awl washing buy most of your food in cans. No fruits and vegelabh,s in the more cuts and stains, thon. with kitchen, and :kinning. I)ollit hieh poeling marks your fingPrs. and cleaning chicken and tish No Inoro constant dipping i,. wa- make 0ut fingers broken nail and t,.r which wrinklos your hands stains on tle hands. Beets, for :,nd makos th,,m rough and red !qstan(.e. make slains that it is N,) nlore grime and dirt to grind difficult to renl,ve, i itself m,der and around your }low often have you la,)k,'(l at linaer nails ('annod fnods ob- that beautiful manicure on which x'iato everything that makes hand. you spent at least an hour, or up- I shout "kitchen work." and enable wards of a dollar buying it ih)wn-iyou tO keep them soft and young. towu, and wailed to .v(mr hus-, Incidentally, too. wh{lo you ar- Ntnd: "Just look at my new nlani- : giving your hands ltlis charier,, cure .ow!" lyou will al.qo be givin vc, ur faro- Here's the Cuee lly delicious and healthful fond You can have most of thl work i Canned foods are picked at the done outside your kitchen In the moment of prime rtlne.. ,clen- spotless ennerles which send you ttflcally prepared and swiftly food all ready to II.e or eombtne sallied Into shlninK, clean con- In dhhea, and save ymlr energylt.alners wtth all their nutritiotta for the ar[I..try of cooking, k you : qualities lntatt.* I . J." i .,tT i: *1,1 . ,,; il;tl % lb 1't'"' I i  ii I I G. Ericksen Inc. i't,,l. 1""'.,_ B,,thell Pay CASH and SAVE FRIDAY and SATURDAY Specials S1;GAR (heese Mild Full ('ream 1 M,r'a Ji. 'ql.; per pound ........................................................... Crescent Coffee 3 pounds ........................... Hot Coffee served Saturday l pound .................................................................. 85c 29c Crescent Baking Powder 25e A Northwest Product tin ................... Tomatoes Large 2/z tin 25e for .................. Stringless Beans, Happy Home No. 2 tin .................................................................... Pure Lard, Swifts 29e 1 pound pkg ..................................................... Fresh Creamery BUTTER 19c lb. BACON Swifts Oriole 16c lb. Dash, Proctor & (;anlMe 39C Soap Powder 4 lb. pkg .................... Lemons 15e per dozen ............................................ {)ranges 25c 3 dozen ............................................................................ Orcas Peas Fine quality, 2cans ............................ 25C Tuna Flakes White Meat 25C 7 oz. tin 2 for ................... Shaker Salt 2 for 15e Beans, Small Idaho 29c 10 pounds ............................... Scratch Food 100 ibs ...... $1.05 Potatoes, Yakima, lbs ..... 35c __ VAI,ENTINE PARTY Tl" I.L,I)A y NIGIlT T?-,- Sun,: Ci'cle of the M. E. Ch'::,h rne" at the home of Mrs. (;. E. The se,'-nd group of the Amerl,-'ar. it',:, ko- :  for o'clock luncheon last one :Legion Auxilay sponsored a \\;'alerAme Tuesday. Mrs. George Anderson assi. c party at the I,egion haIITuesday even- ing. ing. Ten tat/.es of b::dge were in play. Mrs. Collis Bryan winning first pr;ze. Dainty refreshments were served by x. .,,1:,. *,Io ,1ooca-ntir he' ri,5 r Of Valentine motifs. F.ub Graham hfft Sunday night for Adcox Trad- School at Portland afte .pnd:=, the week-end here. M:.. P.ob.:t H. Meyer accompanied