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IN TttE SL&apos;P,:t;lt Kng i the tate of %%'a Nancy  County. Ste o! %Vash.l.g of Robert M. B the un- :ng Attorney tuK ttf, vs. Alice Graves. her ha: and Jane Doe Theisen ; Osne,. an insolvent tion; and Geo cever, Defendan: Summon by Pu] The State of A'al Alice Graves and her husband: w'll, You are hereby pear withiu sixty (60) January!date of the first Puh : SLIIIIIUOn..4, to-wt, t days after the 2 d and defend the !in '.he ab,wo e,,,.- set the conlpla nt el and serve a copy of !the undersigned art i tiif. at their office ]In case of your fail __ /ment will be tendet e, cording to the plaint, which has Clerk of said Court. brought to abate a maintained on premi The north half (18), Block Five Addition to the ROBERT R. Attor Office and Post County-City First Pub. January 28, rot Jan- C v r, P.XI.E I:, .%: KRL., &n Huge Bail of ea IIN THE SUPERIOR COL "[ the State of Washington f0rlr,. ! County. In Probate -= lIn :he Matter of the E ..... ..... slate 010 -. raKe, Leceased NO. ' Notice to Creditors. Notice is herebv gives ....... . that   aers]gneu nas oeen appointed amlim : i qualitied as executor of the cited Orville L. Drake. deceased, thtta I persons having claims again It l deceased are hereby required tern Seattle, the same, duly verified, on uldm. cuter or his attorneys of recerdtuk address below stated, and fill same with the Clerk of said Ceek. gerber with proof of such eervieelRh. in ix months after the date e[ fiat publication of this notice or them will be barred Date of first publication Sammy 28th 1933. THOS. M. Executor of  Address--1710 Hoge Building, Washington. PALMER, ASKREN & BRETH0 Attorney's for Estate, 1710 Bldg., Seattle, Washington. First Pub. January 28, 1933. WRIGHT & NRIGHT Burke Bnllmg CANDY IN THE SUPERIOR COURT 07 the State of Washington f County. In Probate. In the Matter of the Estate of him B. Anderson. Dece,d. No. MmT. Notice to Creditors. Notice is hereby given that tim dersigned has been appointed add qualified aa administrator ofthemtttt of Laura B. Anderson, del; tMt all pemons having claims agait rail deceased are hereby required to mm the same, duly verified, on said intrator or his attorneys of the addresz below stated, same with the Clerk of gether with proof of such in six months after the date of publication of this notice of he m will be barred. Date of first publication Janmff 28th, 1933. ROY Administrator of said Address--400 Burke Building, Washington. WRIGHT & WRIGHT--AttorneD Estate. 400 Burke Building, Sefit Washington. OLIVER HULBACK Dexter Horttm Building IN THE SUPERIOR COURT .OF the State of W'a.shington for Ill County of King. In Probate. In the Matter of the Estate 0fk Bisbee, Deceased. No. 55233. Notice of hearing final Report al for distribu:ion. Notice is hereby Bisbee, Executr C. A. Bisbee, deceased, has office of the Clerk of said final Report and petition button, asking the Court to Report, distribute the persons thereto entitled charge said executrix; and Report and petlion will the 24th day of February, A. M., at the Court Room bate Department of said Court. Dated this 24th day of Jaa, 1933. ABE N. oL-u Clerk of Said By LEWIS ABRAHAM. Ilml First Pub. January 28, LUNDI BARTO & D]E' Almka Bui ___._...--- IN THE JUSTICE WILLIAM HOAR, Peace, tn and for ]King County, Weahtngo _ m Columbis, Lumber ComlnY';l, poratlon, Plaintiff, vs. m...,_ air drllp and Jane Doe Vander. fe, Defendants. No. 21465-21 Summons by Publication. u-- TO: F. A. Vader!ip and fla Vanderlip hs wife Defendan : In the Name of   St;,te of W I" ton-- - that TM You are hereb'/ no:if tea ,, Columbia Lumber C<,mpany. t p 00t,on. has f,lod you in said court, wnw-- "--' g to be heard at mv o,Uce in the ('ounty Court H(;ut' Sea!tile, ebbS, n'-ton, on the 28th d'tv o1_._., t.J-r t 19,3. at the hour of 930 o't:l'el :md unless you appe:lr and e tskel :here :,nswer. the :tme may  ^ IM as (',mfe,ed and th*' demanu " ' l,;ahfliff, granted. Tie object and dem',n.l of sag,tettt r i ,iment -.--' ]aint i- to reeove j! - taatitll ",,u and each of you. and t0eurldl, ornnulnity composed, o a,,_fll II in the sum of Sixty-hV' I)8t]l T,n Cents ($65.10), with inter__ endS11 on at the rate of 6 per cert pe,, kd from Augunt llth 9.2o until pam.--._ f,,, ,,,s, :n,l ,l/t,;,:, ",'t',,,.,,-th'yda f,,r m*.rohandise her '''''f''''e "frn(0 't*) v(,,I bV the (,ohlmb: t IAl,qlur 'pane. l.'ih,d .T ,, '.:x" 3. 1"% ! (',,::;,!int %VH r l, M [0AI  """ .l] :: , (" 'f the P !00isdonarles Return to Moody For 27th Founder's Week Meet ? listen show main auditormm el Mood). iibie in,ilL,re. Chkagu, cc,* ul tl,c Z7th alUal Founder's Week conference to be held Feb. 5-9, 1933. In right back- iff0nnd ta seen the women's building, on the rod! ot which is one of radio towers ni station WMBI. I lnaert} the Rev. James M. Gray. D. D. LL D.. nreMdent o| Mood)" Bible Institute. Hnndreds of alumni, former studentS I1 friende of the Moody Bible lnStl- tat& Chlcxgo. sre expected to gather e for the 27tJa snnUai Founder's Week conference commemorating the of the late Dwight L. Moody. tntm,ttonally known evangelist. The will be held during the of Feb. 5-9, 1933, with each day lnsted u of some special Impof ttae ik, mn twenty-five and thJrcy qmlgm, some of them of world-wide will addrmm the scores of meet- to be held during the conference. 0tbe,s are the Rev. WlllZam gimb, flunous author and lecturer on '.sphe. By'hey, Australia; the Rev  gvl, Ph. D nationally !Immm Bible expositor. Los Angeles. slff Prof. John E. Kulzeng, D. D.. , I0 holds the chair of apologetics m Itaeetm Theological mlnary, and the Rev. George W Rhoacl from fax- away Abyssinia in Africa Memorie of D. L. Moody will e re- called by several Chicago mlntt(-rs In- cluding the Rcv. Howard C. fulton, D. D.. the Rev Harry J Hager. the Rev. Carlisle L. HubUard. D. D.. and the Rev. William McCarrell. On foUnding days seslon will be held at 8:30 h. M.. I P. M. and 7:30 P. M.. when there will he expositions of holy scriptures, tn- terpretatJons of prophecy, defense oll the faith, wonders of missions fields and an altunnl home-comlng celebrl tion. Opening day and a Bible lnstatute'e day, on which preatdent4 of six of the larger Institutes of the country will attend. 1 Mlssionar day are eo pected to be I hlghllghts of the con- clave. 8core of Moody-trained stonaxies will return for a rympomL coming from every c/v1111md and m- ci portJon of the world. Can You Guess How Many-- Grit[ Ltl00s Dairy Bottle Caps Are in tile (',,-()l,('l'ativ" .\\;[i.l'-. ',,.'< \\;Villihlw : -) Remember, ])d th. ('al,.- iiiliV .V])i- ......., .x, 1,,,,,.,.,,,I,, At tim,.... rate of 1 vent eai.h WIICll [dll',.ha.<ing ll),. ,l' 2.5," Ti,.kets at Tile ],lstllell ] heatre GRIFFITHS DAIRY Kirkland, Black 435- Dial 406 Bothell 2-S-4 WE DELIVER I Announcing the New Ford Radio All electric Six-tube Super-heterodyne. Embodies the latest radio developements. "Uses a "B" battery eliminator. Full auto- matic volume control. Electro-dynamic speaker. The set is full) shielded from ignition system distur!mn-'e, can be used in any make car. $49.50 installed Convenient credit terms You arc ('ordiaily invited to hear one in our display room. GREEN MOTOR CO. Authorized O Dealer B0thell l'honc 372 :-t I a,,',l The' t'x::..:.= ,.f v,,:;:: t', " for i I '.ire and he-w stron ,' ,t -'.".(..  .... . pr,.,lu,'ti,,:, :.l,,:" ., . the oh,'r:V t,%%'*.r ;in.! the- :'*',.-" i:Z,,m:i,,: (t,- ] ! t.t;,.i,I,. ,:', t,,. ,i.-o, ",* "hS illeotill.[ ! (,r.h,,,! {, ' ,, -::.: "*:l.e'.." :l:i(t cdh'r ] qLl*-::.c)Ii: of :.::?t.r--: :r) [h( 'Ztowers 1 will aIo b- .ii-,- :fed. The dt-mon:a'.:t,n wit! take place at 9:30 A. M . Thursday, February 23rd. All fttt:', z:c, we:s of King County who are interested are invited to at- tend. What Hospitalization For Vetera.s Means To Your Local Community Recent surveys of three typical government hospitals for World War veterans revealed that about half of the disabled men in the hospitals are narried and that for every patient there are more than two dependent upon him. The hospitals surveyed were the ones at Tucson. Arizona Tuscaloose. Alabama. and the naval" hospital at Pensacola, Florida. A total of .554 patients were intervied. The results showed: Drawing corn- [ pensation. 205: drawing disability al-[ lowanee. 164: drawin pension, 26; not ] drawin an vthinff. 159: married 253:[ children 746: dependent on veteran 1.469: veteran depends-hi on char!t," if overnme:t a:d were stopped. 495: x'e'oran ha:'i."2 !noame other than fr,m =,overnmen% 51. 'ow rc, n!,'or +h!.=: There were of rorr,:d 4.7;"% rd'4"l hOFp[?3] admittances it. *hr- An:r.:i,'qn frr-: hptween April 1. 1917 and Dee.mber 31. 1919. There wr.:, 2.0c,r,', .c,r !nfeelioils ,lineages: ju.-'" under !re,% w% for influenza: aboz 25c).fK*c, !n fc-et ious resp!rator3" Irli:oo: f tho pnor nlrt tract and non-tubercu!ou lesions of the chest There dr*" 32.,3 now on the compen- sation coll.=. It is not reasonab:e to suppose that the seed of permanent disability, con- nected with war service, was implant- ed in many of these men who are not now on the rolls.*? It is not wiser to cure these men as we go along, than to thow hundreds of thousands of veterans and their dependents upon the taxes and charity of local communities? Satui'lhly. l"t'l)rtialV I. I.I.U Demonstration of Cherry Prunin00 .RDBALTIMOkE II awayZ = ", ,P2 RTFOL/O II pkg. of CARA NOME cleansing cream I Pruning Demonstration for King  :v::::::: II with eveff '2 box 0f 7'; i County Growers to be held at J. ]'. I '..value ?Zc ]] face powder ] ,,.:  ,| '  .ATURDAYS ONLY! ][HORION'$ delicio., l '. ]/ [./,.? :l Ilpeanut L brittle --.  !I I  r:'" S H A R I face nowder II,00, .... ::>'-,'I L ', ; .."i'll %:!au ,,0q,., _...'I 's# !! .4.-. ': i .i tl " ---'" -- "-- for "I,I00 II lye "-,- Our Annual February Festival of Ba:'sains C. E. GREASON. M. D. Phv-ician area Surgeon Corner First and Fir Sts Bothell Waa. I IOTHELL BUS CO. TIIE CARD outh Bund North Bound ! ,.ave Pdhell Leave Settl A. 31. P. M A.M. P. M 1 :() 12:1:. Profits sacrificed on over 200 Everyday Toilet, Drug and Other Necessities O0 BIG DAYS FEB. 00 to O0 Peppermint Patties, l-lb. Box 25c Jordan Almonds, l-lb. Bag 39c Town Talk Assorted Choco- lates, fib. Box ....... 39c Liggett's Chocolate Bar, l/2-1b ............... 15e 5e Wnler Rolls ........ 3 for iOc Sandwich Toaster ....... $5.98 School Lunch Kit, A.L .... 1.49 Curling iron ................ 89 Alarm Clock ........... 1.98 Percolators ................ Z.79 Vacuum Bottle ............. 89 Waffle Iron ............... 3.98 Kleuzo Cloth ................ 29 Hea6ug Pad ............... 3.49 JONTEEL HAIR NETS Single Mesh Cap Style, Dozen ...... 65 Double Mesh Ca[ Style, DOom ...... 65 Srte,  ...... 65 IILL%[ Oe,,cio.. ll:, "-:'/ILill Cough Mi 31 entiseptic Milk o| Rubbing Alcohol SOLUTION Masne, ia Here's a tremendous savingl This full pint of  BOTH FOR Rubbing Alcohol and your 9 C choice of any one of these 3 O other items-- both for 59-- Milk of Magnesia, Mi 31, the"MouthTested Antiseptic" and Rexillana Cough Syrup. Giiven away: ST,-,(3  after shave powder with every SO bottle of STAG after ,have lotion $1.25 value |or 98 Klenzo Atomizer  an 4 oz. bottle : i Mi 31 SOLUTION |1 KLENZO facial tissue dainty, ansorbent 19{: Agarex Compouud, 16-oz....69 Melo-Malt, 16-oz ............ 79e "93" For t-e Hair ..... 79e Cherry Bark Cough Syrup...39e Cod Liver Oil Emulsion, 16-o*.79," Vapure, 2-vz ............ 79e Peptona 16-o*.79 U. D. Vita-Full ............. $9 Syrup Figs and Sauna ........ 39 Corn Solvent ................ 19 Laxative Cold Tablets, 24's .. 19c Hygienic Powder, 6-oz ...... 39 Laxat;ve Salt Eft., 7-oa ..... 39 Cod Liver 0il TaMers ll0's..7!1 Castor Oil, 3-oa .............. Hk Cod Liver 0il, Miut Fhvw. 6-o*. ...................... 35 Mineral 0, Rmlau 16-o*. ................... $9 Sodium Bicarbouate, 16-o... 17 Epsom Salt, 16-o*. ......... ! BOde Acid Powder, 4-o*. .... 15 Cream ot Tartar, 3-o*. ...... Hk Mercurochrume, 2%. Bakelite Cap, 2 - oz. .............. 19 Glyceriu and RoseWnter,4-o*.lg Free I bea.tiful Aacon oF SHARI with every purchase of SHARI $] face powder both for Ell '] I q 41 ,rI.I-] "}-3B Stag Hair and Scalp Tonic and Alter Shave Lotion-Both tor ........... $1.00 Rexall Mi!k of Magnesia Tooth Paste. Large s':ze .......................... 39 Georgia Rose Bath Salts .............. 49 Klenzo Liquid, 20-oz ................. 49 ;l'l =l =1:1 ;['I'] "]'! Roabury Ladies" Syringe and Hygienic Po*der. Both ................... $ .98 Lad): Fair Gloves. Size 7 to 10. Red, Blue, Jade ......................... 20 35 value for 27 STAG boy rum shaving 4 for cream or --- == Sanitary napkins Soft, abzorbcnt cellulose 9ires 17c real protection IA;bo,tiell OPEKO IoPEKO COFFEE[]  II I1o' me II Malted M,Ik A special blend. II li00l II ce t, yg  h'esh --# II 4tlCll00 "l t; I PONTEX II I1 I .... uav,vr . ,*, g'rt IToilet T,ssuell II P.r,, Aspirin II li-. m,^,^ I IM ......\\;-v il Protect your family. II II Pmetmt Aspirie ;. tree II gRRIggl I Dental Creme I1 Fine, carefully made. II II ..rin ,,INn a ;- .o- II '1 Ii --Y ............ II Soft and absorbent II II dKanndwla'uyRl I1 ^ thrifty candy A A -- I Il uieans yo.r A A _ !1 -- ---- II 'lit. Relieves.;- morel| _ _.|  teeth until _/e .o,,, ZSCll Dr. G. K Ricketts SYMBOL Bothell Hot Water Pharmacy 2 quart capacity. 3 col- ors, Red, Jade, Blue. Denistrv x 1] Year in Bothell Phone 353 I nn0neers Will QUALITY, SERVICE AND PRICE W. R. MOFFETT, D.C. Visit 01d Scenes _ w. ,.,. Ckireprtor "rms COUPON IS  o, . ... .... GOOD FOR$1   1q | C) md aJItby Road ]Boys Who Served in Old First Wash-  f "t FiIl-'Ue Tel. BotheU 12-S-5 tngton Artillery to Be Treated to ON ANY PAIR OF  x_._ GLASSES PURCHASED AT Battleship Excursion to Sound Forts FREE EXAMINATION o. ,.,r,.h .th ,,.,,y .,,,,,om,.h BINYON OPTICAL COMPANY i ]ll ['IR5 [ AVt-NIE Count'. Mcn %Vere in Outfit 1o93 FOUI<THMAin I3AVENUE :-- ":" "-" ":" MAin 155 L LOWEST PRICES IN IIISTORY -' " ' i l-hlihVct,:1 i,!tIl:-()]i(,(, ,,%!(, -*':k*'i }i *  i _ ; ( ' ,I ] i' ", " ",'.*: (I ]h']Hdv,t Il:t',])" lhv ,,?H]t 1 ('/l!:lrI," :: ",'," ,' :;''! t" xvlth the ,hl l.'i!'t V;a,hin:,n ::l .',- t',ti,d: :'",5".. ]":(':: !" old ]"b.:' X%':t-:h I'..< / ll,t!a:.,'w,li< :,r, -::;' ft- V,.rt , to, 7:30 2:00 +745 2(, +9:00 73:]5 'l}'nI'<wi:lt"]' : 'I:':r'z ,n.M'::,'h :;2t.',:. :  ::,.: :. c ,,: ;,- x, f,tzH',l th:** ,%',,t,!,z '.'-}1,1,' :L::." :. :i ..... f': "o .r,..:r'. =4 " 10:.0) 4:15 th,' fifth ",v!'.,': !l.v wi:: i, ti:, = '.'-. v. :  i:::,, ": .... : . ,) .,:':;-iy ::. i' ::.v;.;:, :d i:. : .:: . ;'-"" 11'r f;:15 6:15 . " t. :,..<,r The t];, ".'. .... 7:30 t7:15 ..e:]o ,f 'h,.:r ,.'t:'v ::'*::.::= I :i'': "" <7"?, : . . r ] : : . ' : ' F   ' i ; J '  ' :  ( ] t '  ' ' :' : " ] 7 ' a ' VOODINVILIJ-: AND I[OLLYVOOD[Tweifth c.,nU,:l:o c'. A. C.' ,,f 9..- V..:, ' i,,.V, q," l'.::, ,%', I I'-A ,t l.'lavie, th:," z,'f..,! :.;: "', ,:... IA,ve StlJe Ive IIollywod ] :: .M, ;.- ,,:; an! M,qz. :,:,w,noe: :( chari<e it, :r. ;,,' : 'he A M. P.M. . M. P.M. I The' *.2r'l rtw service In the Maine ,: m::n.nt ;,:,l l,e,,r.-, : ,,f ' ?.e ",,r" 7:30 6:15 8:40 7:15 ,--Da!!Yfxcept Sundays an, Nationaill)rink %.'ater With  ..... .: ar. h; ,,,..,e,.,,,l .' l,,,n "l'h ' , ...... ,.--:,:. ,',, ....  . S.ndavlMeals Good" for Stomach ': .... r, n!, ..,,,.e s,,.,, "',, ,I, ,,, .,w ,,f ',h, f.,t ,,., ,, ..... :,r' .,:,:." tlollaaYn.Oi O d Z,," '" "h' ch<tlLct]r, (,f br.,n nt, }-' lillt;tlH*',l it, Q', Y,',qY f]'H;{'. t--Va we,k days. and NaU.ona: Helldays. New Road !] Aoting on i;)'I'II ;pp': ::,,,,1 b)'.v,.: ,,:i', :,' 't.':l:t,-: *,, l.-,:ht" b]t :ti ,, "Fhf,o d(. :ink' t(, :,:,kf :i,. :: I :' --In and o:., L.ake Forest Park. ]bc,wv] A,ll,' "', v."-': c.. ,,'' *:: ['" .,., .... .. , ,. <,-', -,.,.',.,, ,,,:,I, :,,l'.'io,] t< V,' :.. !,.:,7. ".,. 'L b, ,.h l.axe from First and ",Tntn. Bothelll ' ,.! ' ;' , . , . :: ..... .r ':.'.',,: : ,,. ,.m,. [ave from Third and Virfflnia Stage 1 : .. i.,':ii;:' :. ]'i';:?''"; ','. . ..,. ,. an . ,:." ..... " : :. .:4; .:i Terminal..attle  T:.. " _ . . .. f: :, .:..','/.-.,.):,.:o ,!,.-r.]. THESE ARE BUT SOME of the 200 BARGAINS during this SAL