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e!)&apos;.+. 'L.). , + :, Vlgo: -I> ,h,'t "' %" t : those ill th. :. t h, .? .'" n "" "e al Ken Ilia- IOI ,t tllt)I t' t'XlJ . ' "''''t+ tlld Eve!  l)ne. I1o IIltttel 'hat noel .tll I re llllt)" be+ 1+ tl 0f ttlv his af[allS All alp pie- ense of things ),'e 0verconle hnl,t3tloni O[ In S,.ienee and Health page 57, "Love enrichen t la|gmg, purifying, and ell no How simple and practical m dyjhas made the way in spoke .ssage! But th!s lov frlsna I ntgnw recommends to ,moved from the ordinm love. Many times What thlng[has no connection With tel ever. Upon close ana t much of what We call self-love; that is, We ,eve fellow tn so far as he can thing for us This ts which the vision of tt to us. The true love is I every form of solfi. toned'eliminated and because it I se.se ', supremely, loves because it t, hot i the great love of the 'ther There is a legend of One aese [was filled with good deeds.  , formed those deeds so quietl:- selfishh" that oftentimo ,Y and ll the. deeds Was lost sight of . Ld- r If caned "The Hol. Sh- ' "   -" auow." has gained the vision of true 0V- wilt revealed in Chr stian S- e,l only as the Fathe,. (o.+ c.ene 10 to, gotten. " "-- anu self k MENTAL ALI'ZRTNEs The injunction of the aria.,:_ . think, on'v.., on thoe. 'hi. ,ls of",""e U) pelt l-: Indeed a mo .... o,:lre. gaining the Mind oi"C'.ha';'., ab-le ont ia ported or repeated onl;..'atl/we, i true and lovely silenc - -% ..u :1 :,i,,+ n+,,,,- *:'.'. ,_e protoundwm,lA All", +- ................ t::e ggod Is - I -n-all The only vail t*stint^__tl. that which declare. .--. ,mytl .- the :nf::titud. good. A behef of evil i oni .... ..1 Ireport an utter d ,-.  3 4 ]all, lUSlOn. r t l credence when SOmeone ac- you w!ll recall that the Booenlv l wnen tne question Was put '-g ?' I"Whence comest thou ,, h- 2" I'qrom going to and fro i .- a.'let_ - te earlh. and from walking up and down ia it." Christian Science shows that the m Satan or evil there is. is mortal mind, which is nothing but ta aggregation of false beliefs, or de. iusions. These false beliefs are oun less. without foundation. In and themselves they are false and baseless. They only seem to have pOWer wh , they attach themselves to somethk_ some or when someone gives th.m ered in his thinking. Then if We It,- that fused to give credence to. believe II, to or harbor any false report, it Weukl of find itself without support. A fells this. report may seem to disturb greatly, I the but once its falsity is learned, it m longer has any semblance of ,,m- To gain admittance to a country we must have a passport proper credentials which t, bs proof that we have a right to t eom- the country. Should not our mental home be as well garded? When say part report comes to us. let us be sure that is it bears the credential s of our Father, in infinite Love--that ]t comes with ][k approval and stamp. of THE DISCOVERER A\\;'D FOUNDER a OF CHRISTIAN" SCIENCE ideal As we gain this vision of the Christ, the our hearts will be filled with gratitude to her whose great love and stead- a fastness has made the Christ-way so plain for us all. To bring more of the Christ into human lives was Rn. that Eddy's constant and absorbing alto. i the No sacrifice was so great, no tas so laborious, no work so difficult that R could keep her from her life's gml, oh- namely, to bring this vision f the Christ into the hearts and livm M men. Her work was founded on ua- on- of elfed _.love and the very Ioliet m0- lves. ne was guided by dli a nora and she built on an immortal basis, the true understanding of God and man. What a great reward will be ofWe pay our debt to her in' the eels he unselfish service and holly living! It should be our constant endeavor to follow her precepts and noble example. vs. une of the ways which she employed in bringing this vision of the Christ to numanity was the founding of tim Christian Science church. Its entire purpose is to bring to mankind tim ss, healing Christ. What a pr:.v!lege it Is to work for this church attend its services, suoport faithfully its every activity, and help carry on its loving mission! As We are faithful to t?. vision of truth, to the vi.ion of the Christ. we iii. shall, as Mrs. Eddy sva:, ,Mi_--eelisn- e eous %Vritin,s. p. 125/ "press on to Life's lon" le.on...'o eternal lore of we Love: and learn ,:o:,..., the inf!nit meanin-s of th, ho'" sentenceS; r " " od is Love: and. A:I "!:at is real Is ore divine, for God is AiI-in-a:! "' in td i are an? hat eta- am he' th0 : r Itly tiv. or ef- SCIENCE AND HEALTH WITH KEY TO THE SCRIPTURES by MARY BAKER EDDY ][hlblisimi by tim TRUSTEES UNDER THE. OF MARY BAKER EDDY The original, standard and TexlJmol on Christian Mired-Healing, In one volume d 700 pages. Library Edition. cloth ...... $300 Vest Pocket Edition, ooze khaki, black or blue m-- rocco, lqible paper . . ti00 Students' E+litlon. with in- dex to mat'ginal hen,l- ingo, black ,)r blu- mo- rocco, Oxfoltl Inl/t P.ible I,al,et . ................. 400 Poek+.t ]':dillon. black or blue nl(}l'OCCO. Oxford India P, ib!e paper ..... 5,')0 Fit I"N('] [ TI{ANP4LATION l,:btaly l++;+llt ,m. cl,)th $:L7)0 GI':IIM % N TII.%NNL%TION" l,ibraty l':dti,m. ,'loth .... .,3.50 IPoIt Tilt: IILIND P, taill,, l':,lition. (;ta,le One and a llalf. 5 vols ........ $12S0 qHhe Texth,mk and all ,)thor we, kS Mrs. Eddy may be read or put- at the Christian Scl Room, church building, ront Z p. m. to I p. m., IVednmll.. or may be ordered directly of I rubllsher,. ..%ddres II.%RIIY I. III'NT l'ubll.sherW Agent 107 l"almouth St.. lton. I'. g, A. I f--. w LI"rHEIR I.EAtiI E 61VI'+ I'I(4; RAM An tnJ 4).Vabje plt)lLlrll %Vh tel!tiel{(l It the First IAIth (+`r;tn ('hutch. llllda.v evoing. Jtlllt+ l,th kllldel tile itt|sillce o the 1.utne l.eague. The st )cakel f()l Ihl" ('venillg ','a5 Mis l.igntfoot a'+,(; "-ct(,r.. hlgr r,. M I .,-. l'/ll I OA > I"AIK%VEI,L DIN N F:R A'F M. i':. {'lll'ltt'll FRll)A% A fal(.wtll Pot l.uck dinned w'.l', t,, g.x'en fol l )I. and 11:-. I'ly.s(+. F Bey. Otto Karlsttom My>. Karlst]'om llawk, Friday t.veaing June 23. at .ang se,,'etal solo.'- and at.t.onlpaniedt6:3(I (ch)('k. in lhe Melh(,tlist Chill( ill herself on thc hail), social hall. A vocal sol() xva.- also It'll(.leleti l)X '.'2 [)l . llawk xi+() has t,(.t.n p:,s'(,t (.f Mrs- Rose (.'ht('k l'lev. ()It,,) I;lll.'-tlotnl th(+ "%1 i" ('tltll('ti fol th(" l,a-'t tw(, 5]!.si()lt i y(+als has b('(.ll :lss g led to l,'owht ts in charge of the ('Olllpas chl+llt'h in SptJk;ille. at 110 Cherry St, eel. Scattle. i'3vel vone is invited to attend Ih:.'- ENTERTAINED AT 'falewell diu,lel and a lalge ttltl!.C, llt DELROY APAItTMENTS is eXl-t'tld. Mrs. Cecil (,IJlig: t-z,t,;tained the - ..... Young Girl's Ihidge at the Del Roy GliEI'N F.%.%III.Y %VII,I. Tht- l,>(,th(.ll , tit(:l At.L( I.ee I : 3+.:el.nlr;e N.rr:- An BJRrldl}.,% "I ItPkl',,t. t.;t t't-;r,a.+.: .%!e.x %Vt,'(q, +: ,. t';(.:- MONi)! %l<,Hl h.( iJrl+ %4+(+ZI" I.:*:er;t : :f.t fit:. l I ,:. +/., :.C._. .rr..:.. " .:r .. Y+:. 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J. ( %Vr;*ee: ,,: ,tr,*- i -Mt %Vii:atP. (;:.(ion ,,n(, r.:. r,,... #.r.artment in .qeattle "Fues(lay even- .";EE EXI'()NITION ;rig. F ('. II (]l(('lh l(,cal l"ord (le:tle], w!:: The patty includ(,,t: Misses lhlelah h'ave for Chicago S:tttuday, ac(.(,m- pearson, Clella Jaoklin. Lola Rello panied by his family They will soy Lightfoot. Rachel and Mary Beardslee,the Centmy of Progress Exposithm Ella Fries, Sybil Mann(ns and Maly i while in that metr<)l)olis of the midd'.e Ellen Feldbausen. Also Mesdames west. They will make the trip in one Eben Burrows and Wilfred Weybright. of the new V-8 Fords. High honors in bridge were held by Mis Josepbine Nim and Miss Iqetty Want Ads FOR SALE: French milch goats. +M. J. Muth. R 1 Bothell 29*3 i iHowe left Thursday for Bainbri(lge 'Island where they will manage the I I,ainbridge Clubhouse (huing the stun- WII.b take care of children day or night; your home or mine. Edna Midkiff. 31-32 FOR SALE -- Jersey family cow, 3 years old; gaited saddle horse. II-p Reinstedt, R. 1, Bothell TRADE -- Modern 7-room house Queen Anne Hill, Seattle. for acre- age or small ranch. Perry W. Boyer, Woodinv111e. lt-p WA2'ED--Cow immediately. Will give cash and 50 dollar credit on ]Plymouth Dodge car. C. L. Diggs, 1 mile Fast of Bothell. lt-c. FOUND--Stray heifer, Saturday Own- er may regain possession by prey- lag ownership and paying for ad- vertlsing same. Mrs. ]3erger Han- son, Woodinville or phone 17-S-11. WAN'lD--A limited number of cattle to pasture. Good running water. Phone 2-S-11, W. H. Lightfoot. ltc. FOR ,Ll.,Eester White brood sow and pigs. CHRISTIAN" ANDERSON Holwood. M!ss Max:.ne P'!V. c.* P(,r,:a+'.u O , l arli,,'ed last week to) rnak+  an ,x',:..'.-I ]e(' vis:t with [)! and M:> K A [ [ R!neha t. mer months. +Astt,ll,linu ,',,',l, i,, ,[,- tit',- i ,.ucc Xin,s left S.,day fo," Po,t-t"f Ni" tiazil Zatmr,,fl'. KII- land after spending the week-end I't)]t(''. II )'<|I,I'V Ill;lit. will I.. with his par(.nts here. t,,hl in ill(.. l,, (.)" i ,-:, n I I \\;V(.(.kly. the lila.U;tzil,-,li-I tril,lm.d ".',it], lwxt .'llidav'- I t';llth. l',,t-! );t,.lli'_'t.ll,-,.l'. 00lu0. Lodge Calendar! Clubs, lodges welcome to use thi de- parOnet f,,r meeting n,tiee AHLER LODGE F. & A. ?tI. G. E. P.icket. .V.M. F. %%'. Ande:son. Secy. 3rd Thursaay. st I. O. O. F. Hall , ." ; ' ilAlfEl O. E.. ;i.t..,TC Mohn, W. M. -- ,,-o Anaerson. Secy. , ) ,aa) L O. O. F. Ha'.'. ECT::T:LL CO?DI[H.RCIAL CLUB t i' " "7 ...e..#, r(s. C. "" Pe-rdC,. Se:y. Frst :*nc. ,. 6:', .') .m.M.E. C+hurch ' EOTH!:LL I.IONS CLUB Ca-y Eanniste:, P*es. E. M. Chase. Secy. Each Thurs.. 6:10 p. m.. M. E. Church SA-M3LAMISH VALLEY GRANGE E. C. MILLER ('.n/r,c/.r rr.d /;.i/dcr ]-hlsiless. l('si(l(.ll,.(, alltl il";l 'l, l}llihlillg If.'/im./c. (;.all! Giccn l'll,)ll(, 29-N-5 \\;V<.)(lilvill(' Building Material BARGAINS Large stock of new doors and win- dows must be sold at once at low prices. 10,000 new and used sash. all sizes; 500,000 feet new and used lumber, finish and moldings at spe- cial prices. Ba.rgalna oa Paint, Plumbing Sup- plies etc. Matheny & Bacon, Inc. Yard No. 1, 1710 Fourth So. Yard No. 2, 611 Elliot, VV. I)IL K A. RINEHART, Dentist SJkV'E YOU MONEY ON GUARANTEED DENTISTRY teeth ....................... $1.0 Prices for Plates, Claspless par- omls (lmlnls tial plates, Gold, Porcelain work method) .............. 0c to $1.00 aUtd all etcher dental necessities Fillings as low as .50 tn proportion. Free X-Ray Dental Service : Estimates and Examinations IR31ANENTLY LOCATED IN BOTHELL ...... PHONE 191 Opposite Post Office Eveni,ngs by Appointment I ;:: "' ':  /I *" ' '.-. ,:, :- +, - : -, , ,--'+. }+:+ ::: +- :'i 'l'h(, ai)t,ve Lam'elhurst home built by , E. C. MILLER, Contractor & Builder 1 h,)ue 2.q-S-5 Woodinville, \\; ash. Alonzo Larson. Master Mxs. E. C. Be:-to, Secy. i 2nd & 4th Tues. Voodinville Gym.' WALLPAPER fOR i0 12 ROOM ! I) t:%ALI. ONLY S-p*-]a: On* ,a:- 4-:-.,,..+ F-c<,r an:: :. r+c- ,_*:. Pa : n:-P_ '7 -+*re: s I f:o;.,: .:: :,").;2 .,m I BASS-HUETER PAINT STORE IIf First A%e. MAin 7411 Radio Repairs Vil,,-,-nt K. ltt,hman ", rit6,d l/,,,/io-7",ician Fir H east of IP2tme offie ,,r ]J)}l''llt" 19-.-11 , New Deal LUMBER PRICES .uh Ltx ith gl- _ 3 Dool up to 2 g x ! 3 8-5 pan Se Roofing. 85 lb..',Jate urfa*-ed ld or Green . _+ $I..q6 tM a,king ROTHESLL POST. 127 A .MEERICAN LEGION" I Ed F. Gregory Commander ' DUNN LUMBER CO. , A.D. Hannan, Adju:ant i t Eustice Loomis. Service Officer   A,++e. N. E. 2nd & 4th IVed. Legion Ha!! : Mrs. Cai Carver. President 1 llADI5 I Mrs. Ross E. %Vo:iev, Sec:etarv 4th V+rednesdavs " Leg:cn Iall ' Trade in your old plumbinf sup- I ODD F'ELLOIVS #in I,,r Brand Ne t.tndard or D. T. Lwls. Noble C;rand ]Kohler Plumbing. Our p,i,e will Chas. Peaxson, ec:etatv 2nd & 4th 3Iondav I.O.O. "F. Ha': save You mrle.  u,, b*-f.,re yon bn v. " " RNIGIITS OF PYTHIAS Plumbing Trade In F!ovd Hansen. Chane. Comdr. ',av Fo:ke, Keer, er R & lit & 3:'d V<ed. " K. .,:, Market KIFN.'tlORE CO-%I+MUNITY CI.I_'B Ed F. (;tego:v. Pres. 2"L,.5 II .%e. -attle. %Vash. Femonl D. Young, Secy. 1st Flidav. 8 p.m. C'.ub Ha' lmmi NEED Till]S? Get in on these ] PRICES while they lastl IJ lYU may have your suit, hat or overcoatfor_01dy I, II 50c each. Call Bothell 1000 II ii Reasonable priced service for women's II The Pa00rn ' ....... SeC $11C/t pritcs a,ain: . . . 1',' ,L' ig=2(-t nc,,q s the',e prb ,.'. |,ti (.(){tl) | %RN. The bcst tires (.+,')d3c:.Ir c+er hi:i!', ilil+*r In quality better in mdc.ti2 ,2r..:r.r in safety lhan any tires ,m .;,r b,.,:_!;r bt- fore. regardle.qof price'... ILqt,.- L.:-r: nd get all lhe tires you need for ;, : , ;0. ;:m- mer'sdrivinR-becauea, ,, ,, ,' ,'. "'i-.+-" newspapet knows that f;r,,, t.,(J+,'.d up . . . Don't miss this ,,: 7"- ,e money on the world' h, GREEN MOTOR COMPANY '. fr. O" 9-- - ,-]R'.'t It F /" '"'"*'" ,/50 Curls! Waves! Ringlets! d Soft ]mtu)'al <)il waves, t,t)nq)lete, as 10w as o . o . o o o 0 o o o , . o o o o o o 0 . . o o We use ff('l.li)le supl)li(,s and glla)'antee ()ur w()rk. ..%11 (,xl)erie)l(.ed ope)'ators. Not a school NIJb00PlUtYLIq"" 4th at Pike Street Tel. SEneca 1070 ,o se*so.ro a,oo. eatlle. Wash. .;;ttl,:;., ,J,lJ,, "21 i'):I;' Cheever Dairy Milk : sold exclusively in Bolhell at BOTHELL SANITARY MARKET 1 CHEEVER I)AIRY FARM, R. 1, BOTHELL Home of High (A'ade Dairy Products BOTHELL Sanitary Market EX'rRA SPECIAI, 50 lb. sack No. 1 Yakima Spuds .............. 60c Your last chance Asparagus Fancy Sunnyide, 4 pounds ............. 1.% Large lettuce, fancy solid, 2 heads ............... 5c Beets, 5 bunches .................................... ...................... 10c Green Onions and Radishes, bunch ............ lc Peas, 4 pounds ................................................................... 19e Spinach, 4 pounds ..................................................... 10c Large Cucumber ........................................................ 5c Large Cauliflour .......................................................... 10c New Cabbage, large head ................................ 10e New Spuds, 10 pounds ............................................... 25c New Local Carrots, 6 bunches ..................... 10e Fancy lean Pork Roasts, lb ............................... 13c Pure Lard, 2 pounds ..................................................... 17c (with ]neat ],tt)'<.}iase) Fancy Pot Roast Beef, lb .................................... 1-te Lamb to Boil .............................. q Veal to Boil ................................. t. lb. 25c Beef to Boil ................................ Bread lb. 10af sliced . . . . 9c Pratt Low Tom Juice, 3 for .......................... 25c ?,latches, carton, 6 boxes .................................. 19c: Peanut Butter, 2 lbs .................................................... 19c Cottage Cheese, lots of cream, 2 lbs ......... 15c Hollywood Coffee, 1 lb. cans ............................. 28c Hollywood Coffee, 3 lb. cans ............................. 79c Hills Bros. Coffee, 2 lb. can ............................... 65c (limit) Vinegar, Bluing, Amonia, bottle .............. 4c :! Fisher Blend ii<00 49 lb. bag S1.39 il Handy Bags, each.. 15C Special Summer I)iscounts (;,- ,*I]' .;]lJltl,01 ' ]))'i,'(,s l<,\\;v t,l),.,,)l],h,r( + ,+\\;t'l']t;tll' i,.i,,--};,l,,,]" mid ]-,ul'ts a<Ivall,.i)u. "I',, I(.+'.I Ii(. v;tlll, .+f ;]li ]i|th :i<tv,,rtis,,l..lt w(, will iv<, 1,' 1,t.r ,'cm ,li-,-,.)ill ,,li ally l,v,.lus. ,,t" (AS. ()II. l.t,'! '- T I+.I, ' l lS. "1"1 I+ i:s. t,l i+ i I'A I I.'.'-;. CHIEF SEATTLE GARAGE I"if] ;tl l),Inlv \\;V;tv NI':\\;EI <'I.(),I':P ,';,ttl( We are Pleased to Serve You. Either Wholesale or Retail GRIFFiTHS DAIRY -i)-T ',   ' '"') +)i-,r !+( , - . S. & S. AUTO FREIGHT Seattle, Office: First Ave. S. and Dearbor. We do a General Auto Freight Business Between SEATTLE - BOTHLLL - REDMOND CARNATION and DUVALL Leave Seattle 12:30 p. m. Daily SPECIAL TRUCK FOR MOVING Phone 652 P..+)I h,.!!