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CG-OP Mercantile Co. Phone 332 Bothell Food Values e ([hoover D.l00ry Cream BOTHELL SANITARY MARKET CHE00.VVR DAmY FARM, R. 1, V-006;00EXXV00. Home of High Grade Dairy Producta _ I A NI%I&apos;AI'I':I' llk:lO'l'l':l TitlE', i,itOGItI";.'4S Ok' BOTI AND "a*DJ AcENT '' Shoulder Pork Roasts, lb ....... 14c Sliced Bacon. no rind, lb .... 2-1c Pure Pork Link Sausage, lb. 18c Picnics, sugar cured, lb ....... 13e Bacon. half or whole, lb ..... 19e Pure l.ard. 3 lbs ................... 21e Flake White Short'ng, l lb. 29c Mayonnaise. quart .................... 19e Bring" your jar Chase and Sanborns Coffee Coffee served all day Friday and Saturday 1 lb. can 27c Sauerkraut. No. 2  .; Pumpkin. No. 2  .2 / Hominy, No. 21., 2 cans 19c Corn, No. 2 cans Peas, No. 2 cans Tomatoes, No. 2!2 3 cans 31c remarkable  of kRcn tools tur-- ora meals into part;es. SWEDISH ROSETTE IRONS Ghen FREE  intrd imprve6,  S P E W R "Y p. Pkse- WAFFLE FLOUR I| I Dairygold Milk. 6 tall cans. 33c BUTTER. Armours or Red Shield. 2 ibs. aoc SUGAR. 18 lbs. for ...... 89c t pkgs. 19e Shop tor Crackers, white or Graham 2 lb. box ........................... 25c Poets Washing I'owder 3 larae l)kgs. 25c ('rystal Vfhite Soap 10 bars . 29c I)ei 3lonte Tomato Juice 3 large cans .......... 21c Del Monte Tomatoes Sauce 6 cans ............................ 25c Corn Meal. 9 lb. baz .............. 25c Palm Olive Toilet Soap 4 bars ..................... 23c Peanut Butter, 2 lb. jar .... 21c Clorox, 2 bottles .............. 19c Catsup. California Home Brand Per bottle .................................... 17c Apple Brand Flour, t9 lb. S1.49 Pear Brand Flour, 19 lb. S1.19 Deviled Meat. 5 cans ............. 19c Corn Beef, 12 oz. can .............. 17c Spaghetti or Macaroni 3 lbs .................. 21c Cheese. full cream, 2 lbs .... 25e Fruits and Vegetables Lemons, Sunkist, doz ....... 23c Oranges, for juice, 2 doz. 23c Jap Oranges, box ............. 79c Rutabagas, Yakimas, lb. . lc Onions, 25 lb. bag No. 1 ..25c Sweet Spuds, 6 Ibs .............. 25c Hot House Tomatoes, fancy 2 pounds ........................... 25c Cranberries. Cape Cod. 2 lb. 25c New Contest for True Stories of BISQUICK pkg. 31c For details see Special l)isl)lay in our store GUAR.L%'T KED C o .[]?.O - R I" GLE'I' Perma::er;t ,Va e are Pleased to Serve You. Either Wholesale or Retail GRIFFITHS DAIRY Bothell 2-S-1_   b Kirkland, Black 132 -- Dial 406 V,, WE I) EI. IVER .I I S. & S. AUTO FREIGHT Seattle. Office: First Ave. S. and Dearbo'.". We d, a General A:::  Fr:.g!:: B'.:s:.n.- B-.:,.v: SEATTLE -BOTHLLL - REDMOND CARNATION and DUVALL Leave Seattle 12:30 p. m. Daily SPECIAL TRUCK FOR MOVING Phone 652 Botheil Gara,= F X-["*il)  ll' I.I- -- ?. - . 77 .. I " TI<I:I XI',- hilt ,% l 1 t;l',llh,1 ( l.i H V,! IIN[-I)X' - .: _ - - . .2 , . . . ?.. : .: .,. . - - :. ..- : , : ,, - .. I" .l- " 1; ' :, >, . --by appo:n tment,.--. I'i. ,::e 712 KENMORK .IINIOR  I.IL TO )IEI-:T I-RID..Y NIt,HT -: .- ;.. . ._. .... ) . _ _ : . . - - . " - -7. "'" CHRISTMAS %%%%%%%%%%%%%%%% Brin-a 00,-ou J;)ytui Ti00lin0000, .. A story of Santa Claus. and his wonderful l)reparati0ns at this store. "'Gift.-, for Ever.vbody"--that's good old San. ta's messa=e--and how well he has done his work can only bc realized b3 a vi:it at lhis time. Christmas shopping will be a joy--becau:_se useful, practical, acceptable gifts may be selected easily, quickly and eonomically. Santa has given us many a friendi) tip--and one of them was that many 0f our friends would like to make purchases immediately and have them stored away until wanted just at Christmas Eve. With this in mind we have arr anged for such service--and will gladly -place out of sight" any purchase you care to make. Come in. friends, and see the beautiful displays of Christmas merchandise. Things to gladden ever) heart. This year it qll be an easy matter to make it a "Meru (hritmas- for every one. %%%%%%%%%%%%%%%% Co-operative Mercantile Co. The Store of the Christmas Spirit PUGET SOUND POWER & LIGHT COMPANY To our Cus'tomer : Boom.me ecmica cannot  torrd in a barrel, a bucket or a bin. or put on a ride, ounta o h3i. ba must be instantaneously made to order to meet the particular requiremem= ef ,. omerm .henever they ant it, e must have and maintain a large me,=:  ixer plants, dismbution systems and other facilities. T'..i  m-.-: i narurall fixed by the maximum requirements of our customers, not b; t:.e:r .'b.-- mtanes of depression, but by their needs in periods of prosperity -hn :i, e ommg and industrs and commerce are thriving. Failure to build ins the a'rx:= .,, ,ould mean that somebody ,ould be ithot power just when it , ,am-.,d m,:,. ,r.h cma.quent economic loss and, of course, ,e ould be everely centred. d -,,rperlt . for failing to live up to our responsibilities as public ervanU. U,.'thk :, =-.rcham. ,hen hard times hit us e cannot dispose of our plants, llet arid ,tr ar r.c hem at cheaper prices as he can 4th hb stork of salable goods, 'e can,- --'..-----e profitable lines or close up shop and ait until business picks up, Een t c=- :o=:m..-.rs cut da,n on their use. or industrial plants curtail or stop produc. tion aIrcge:.=. .e b.;e got to go on lust the same operating and maintaining our [aciLtXe"-'- .g ;=7' our high quality of serx-,:e. We must do this because of the nature of our h..s, a the fact that ,e are obligated to furnish you ser4ce shen you ,.MI   ev. 'hen you have a large investment in fixed facilities you just cm't ge a'a t'rom large fixed costs--annual expenses hich must be takell care o regz.o'.e oi ,ea',htr, business, amount of output, or any other condition, RiT, h ........ " z-  =bo:e o.rating expenses. 50C-c of our gross income i. nece ar to cage c. :{ n:eres:. taxes, insurance and depreciation. This, plus the fact that cur ear-..-z+ :: - :- := gocd t:mes  that ,e have no fat to carry us through lean ume --a, .+ : _- : -:--- fret" most other businesses and results in an .qc,.:bility ,:h :_= .: :: * e;.c:r:: ra:es from go:ng up and dov, n ,ich commodits i,rccs. Sincerely, Pg'FS7 :-', " P --7: "" %''" -', r dc'.:er ',.hen omebod pu,ies the but:o a: ,":, hour of :- :: ...... -- =- i:'.::,. dsapp<,mtment, menial anguish--mabc biankety '.a=,,---. . : r. =- : g on. eu know, ',,hat happens. C.W.A. PUTS ON LOCAL BEING Willl tl.' imlligllra it de,.idt'll Mi;ll'e is 11,, nllUlity. It is ;i ,.llal W,,i'k In',',i("'ts wlli ed are g,,ing ,,l ;it a rat in the extreme. Work on the river t been for the time being on high water which makes it ahn possible to clear more tight but the me" so employed temporarily transferred to school grounds where much merit is needed. The dredge On hand as yet, the river not suffer for the shut-down. The drainage of the school is one of the most important being taken care of at this ti the recent heavy rains have L many needed changes to ligl" was found that when the wat of the creek raises, the the high school was bothered drainage and ninny of the were ill no shal)e to take care excessive demands. The workers are busy installi drain tile at the athletic fie building a companion field and The lake at thc lower end grounds is being cleaned at water level will be lowered to draining the whole project. At the grade school landscaping work is already dc the west slope terraces are beil strutted nd this area will be to lawn. The ,playfield below improved at the same time. five men are employed on the In connection with the school work a crew of fifteen men at the Hollywood scbool recreation field, tennis coul picnic ground are being compl a sort of a gathering place izens of that part of the distrl The faculty itself has been ted by the program. For few months teachers have ing care of an added number dents under a very severe chedule, but two librarians hall teachers were supplied government this week, easing uation eonsiderably. Superintendent Ho(lge stated mothers of the district are fe inclined, it will be I)osMt)l,  tc teachers to i,l;tu/4LiI;lte a lsl" class as a r(,:ult of the C. "V. gram. The federal mission has signified its wil to supply the needed hel l ) activity. The lre-;chnol cla: help to l)repare the kiddies ular school work next next would cost the dislriet nothi On the city ste,ts a men are making new scener ially in the Woody Addition which have never been cut are now fast t)ecoming oughfares. The Town of Bothell is b proved in many ways, most being those which would been touehe(I for many years But this is not the main par good which is being Under Pr%(lent Roosevelt's The human element enters to a a:'eater extent. Men pendnts who have been on 1 rolls for mnnths or have be, gling during this time to them, are now busy at gaint Their spirit is changed. hopeful and ]:t(I that thoy do F, Olne IlF/'III work in pay: th(.,r livelihood. "l'hoy can Ol" lq Wily HIId 1)I')1'11 l,e whi<,h lhey have don, withol lriK. "l'hJi benefit< lh,, b:l.il Wh) fl ]II1'1 -Vi? tl)H l ,e,rpt gr,n, 1, lh,, limit ,f hi= ]IL" tO k/,rii l}litlL'.4 ",:II:" lh.i,b.. l:-.,<-v,,ll h:,= I. !zl off }li: ,.lnl,ai: } pl 1. }le }1:1-; t-'*rl :bl, I,, "!( h; /oa],.. tli:; pr,mim, th't' 9%'(HtaTI [" c'hJid ill tile llHti, 'al : it'd Ollt. RAINI}O%v (;iltl,% TO MF:ET TITI'L%I)Ay I':VI';N IN P')tholl A:emhly N<) 47. Rainbow for HII., ' will rlO]']lO )f I}), n/)th,v nd','i , I.. I,,L:I "I'll,, ,t'l.. "., .... FRIDAY :SATURDAY, DEC 8. . -.,:. Specl' " Meat Departmellt  RoyalGelatine NoW'S the time to Pot Roast Beef, per lb..10c ==,,.-J', All flavors