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PAGE SIX THE BOTHELI. CITIZEN D, EDNESDAY, DECEMBER 13. 1932/ Co-Operative Mercantile Co. Phone 332, Bothell Special Sale Friday, Saturday, Monday December 15th to 18th Chase & San- born Dated Coffee 1 pound can 27c Corn, No. 2 cans 3 Peas, No. 2 cans Cans Tomotoes, 2 1-2 cans 31c Corn Flakes, 3 pkgs. 21c Pearls of Wheat, 17c Raisins, 4 lb. pkg. 25c 'Mixed Peel, per lb. 29c Candied Cherries, lb. 49c Candied Pineapple, lb. 49c Mixed Candy, 2 lbs. 25c Mixed Nuts, 2 lbs. 35c Dates, 2 lbs. pkg.. . 23c Rolled Oats, quick or regular, 9 lb. bag . 39c Sperrys Pancake and Waffle Flour, 9 lbs. 49i: White Clover Honey 5 lb. pail . 45c Co-Op. Blend Coffee 2 lbs .... 37c Sauerkraut No. 2 1-2 2 Pumpkin No. 2 1-2 cans Hominy, No. 2 1-2 19c Dairygold Milk, 6 cans..33c Butter, Armors or Red Shield, 2 lbs ......................... 49c Sugar, 18 lbs. for .................. 89c WALTERS BEST POUL- TRY & DAIRY FEEDS 100 lbs. Scratch, Commercial ..................... $1.53 100 lbs. Standard Mash 1.55 70 lhs. Millrun ................... 55 80 lbs. Pure White Shorts .................................... 85 Green leafy alfalfa for rabbits and cows Cash and Carry--Sack or a Carload. MEAT DEPARTMENT Pot Roast Beef, lb ............ 10c Round or Sirloin Steak, 2 lbs .............................................. 25c Lean Ground Beef, 1b....71/2c Lean Beef Stew, lb ....... 71/2c Pure Lard, lb ......................... 71/c Bacon for seasoning, lb. 10c FRUITS & VEGETABLES Japanese Oranges, box...79c Grape Fruit, seedless, 6.. 25c Bananas, 3 lbs ......................... 19c Cranberries (Cape Cod) 2 lbs .............................................. 25c Danish Squash, 2 for ...... 5c Sweet Potatoes, 6 lbs ....... 23c Onions, 25 lb. bag .................. 25c Oranges for Juice, 2 dz. 23c Royal Gelatin All Flavors 4 Pkgs. 19c ROYAL Crackers, White or Gra- ham, 2 lb. box .................. 25c Del Monte Tomato Juice 3 large cans ........................ 21c Corn Meal, 9 lb. bag ............ 25c Catsup, Del Monte, bet. 15c Flour Apple Brand, 49 lbs ..................................... $1.69 Flour Pear Brand, 49 lbs ..................................... $1.49 Cheese, full cream, 2 lb. 25c De v i I e d Meat,..5 cans ...... 19c Spaghetti or Macaroni 3 lbs .............................................. 21c Crystal White or P and G Soap, 10 bars ................. 29c Palmolive Soap, 4 bars..23c Rinse, Pkg .................................. 21c White King, lge pkg ....... 29c White King Toilet Soap 4 bars .......................................... 19c Matches, 6 box carton ...... 17c Toilet Tissue, 4 rolls . 19c 00rs0nal Mention l}r. and 31r.. lh,uhe and IIr. and Mrs. Wnt. Wagner of Seallle spent the weekend at tim home of 51t'. and Mrs. Ge-. g,enburg. l)el Br(Men wire has I)een on the east coast for about three lllOllths elnployed on tile S. S. Pontona. re-; turned Tuelay afternoon (era few clays visit with Ills parents. By the lerms 0f the Agricultural Adjust inent Aet anyone shlughter-i ing hogs and disposing of any part thereof must file a report with the collector of Illternal revenue so itllat tile pr(.essing tax may be !collected. lleavy penaltie. ;ire pro- vided for atlelnl)ted evasionsof this ;tel. -A re-organization of its inainte- nen(.e-of-way del)artlnent is in pro- eess wilh tile Northern I'aeifie rail- way. Crews ;ire to be re(hlce(l in size anti given longer beats. The move will eliminate at)out tl men and 20 foremen on tile h)eal division. It is anti('ipaled lhat Axel Gunder- son will I)e retained. We are in- forme(I, however, that Mr. Ellefson, who pre(.eeded Mr. Gunderson, will be retired having,erved more than 30 years with tile (,ompany. Tile Graves-Read assault ease be hear(I before Justice Beard- islee a t 1:30 Thur.hly at the II i g h S (, h o o 1 Au(liloriunl for which a jury will be called. Read was stru('k ,:everal times H:arry Given" Says 1 Be sure to watch our ad next week, but to be sure of a Good Turkey for Christmas, leave your order with us as soon as possible. Pork, Lamb or Baby Beef Pot Roast, ' per pound '. 11 , I1 Fresh Oysters . . 25c pint, 45c quart d d Fresh Skinned Sole, per pound . . 15c Fresh Crabs, each . . . 15c :. e Our Pure Ground ? pounds for 25C ' HAMBURGER  8 f H0rmel's Bacon . . 22c pound, 24c sliced . Our own Pure Pork Sausage, pound . 17c t. L Armour's Star Delite Boneless Ham, lb., 23c Young Roasting Chickens, per pound . 172' t on tile heatl with a pair of bhll.k- e smilh's tongs resulting in injuries East Side Federatetl (?hlbs meet .Mi.s Ann M(.Laughlin of Kirk- which required 17 stitches to close, at tile soulh Mercer lshmd ..htxiI It is rellrted that Jack Chl(.k house with the Mercer Island Con,- land was holding down Mrs. Cliff . will conduct the defense. Mr. Rea(1 ntunit v ('lub Fri(hlv evening, x p. llall's phlce at tile Puget S(,und S told The (,ilizen that he could not " hire legal help. tin. (?ounly (h)mntisioner .lohn C. office 3Ion(lay. t 'Stevenson will Sl)eak at this meet- ing. The ('itizen apoh,gize-- 1! i l ]l'otice of Sheriff's 8ale of lgeal Zstate State [,f "Washington County of King, Messrs. Prentice, M(.Kerney all(| l'arker's Pavilion where the Fire- I ss. Sheriff's Ollice. By virtue of an Woolridge allllOllllt'e(l tile forma- inen-Legion ball will I)e sta,,,e(I. We . Order of Sale issued out of the Hon- orable Sup,.rior Court .,f King Coun-;tion of tile North End Co-Operative had the date right, ller.entber ll;. ty, on theTth day of N.x'ember 1033, . . by the ch-rk th*re(if i the ease of assotlatloll w|lich has hekl a meet- Mr. ('. R. l'olley is directing the | (He Zackris)n Plaint if, vs Fh)r inrin tho I( ff |: h',ll "lncl will ---r ................. t... c ......... Zante a bachelor' Poison Iml)lement .... work of dredging tile ;lltlnl;tlllish (% { cor'loration" H Moody "lnd hold another 1, rltlav lllght to Whl(.h I',,s'e 'Cril]ino ni Fi'rst Na'tion'tl they invite the pufflic to attend river from Bothell to Lake "Vash- Bank of l{edmond, Defendants. No. 260709, and to me, as Sheriff, direct- ington. ,t scow has been arrallged ed and delivered: Notice is llerehy given that I will Planer Ends, Dry Wood for on whi(.h will I lnounted a 1)roeeed to sell at l)uhlie auction to the l highest bidder for cash within the ON HAND county shovel, and a crew of ('. ':hours l)reseribed by law for Sheriff's AH V. A men will be aigned to tile sales, to-wit: at ten o'clock a. m. oni/'il Kinds of Coal to Order task. Work of clearing tile hanks !the 23rd day of December, 1933, before L. th(" C,urt House door of King County, Cheaper In 2-ton lots has been ill progreg but tile high Jefferson Street entrance, at Seattle, in ;the State ,,f Vtashington, the follow-! .m .. 9[4]Dk water of the current week hasheld ' ing described l)roperty, situated in i King County, State of Washington, to-  BothelI tip this part of the work. wit: I quarter to the southwest corner of the } 26 acre tract conveyed by Claude FL Stevens, individually and as executor: :of the last will and testament Har-: I riette E. Stevens, deceased, to Tony .Zan,assiand J e Baranzini, by deed re- e)rded unde" tud tor's file No. 1612192, re(.ords of King (',)unty, Vtashington; .thence east ah,ng the south lille of said tract, 60 feet; thence south par- alhq t,, and 60 feet distant from the' i ",','*'st ine of said ncl'theast quarter and altt lg the w*,st line I,f an eight acre ; tract eonv.ve(| i)v said Stevens t( sa d Zansassi an(l tar'anzini by deed record-! ..d under auditor's lile No. 1612191, rec-i or(Is of sllid county, which conveyance was c[rl'eeted iLv (let.d recorded under: auditor's file No. 162:1079. records of said county, t,, tile southwest corner of said eigbt-aCl' traet, said being 60 fret north and west of the ioint ,}f beginning; the-nee east along l the south line of said eight acre tract: to the southeast corner thereof; thence north along the east line of said eightl acre tract to tile south lille (if said 26- tract above referred to; thence east along the sonth ]lilt' of said 26 at'l',* tract t,, tilt. {,. L. Morris county: road; th,.net, southe;tsterly along the w.rat lin,. if said I'oad I the south lir!e of said !*i) acres; thenct! west along said s.uth line t. Ii.e point of begin- nillg (said i)areel) being oth.rwise dr'- scribed :IS all ,d" the n(rth .((5 acres of: th,. llorthqtst qu:ll'ter of said Section: 15, Townslil/ 26 North, t{ange 5 ]:ast, : Vf. M., lying west of C. L. Morris eoun- i ty "o td, *xeepting a 26 acre tract and an S acre tract conveyed to Tony /an- ;I.'-Si ;lll(t .lot' iarlnzilli by deeds re- i"orded uml,,r auditor's file Nos. 1612192 and 1623079, records of King Count)', Va sllingtcn : I'Altl'lql B. North 241 feet of the: sC}llth I; aol'.s t}f thl" northeast quar- ter of Section 15, Township 26 Nortb, Range 5 lu'ast, x.V. M., lying west of C. L. Morris county road, King County, State .f "Wasilington; levied on as the nrlq)erty of all of the said defendants, herein, to satisfy a judgment of a fore- closure of It nlortgage amounting to F'ive Thousand Four Hundred Stxty-; three and 75/100 ($5,463.75) Dollar, the cost of suit and interest in favor of olaintiff. l)ated this 8th day of November, 1]3. CLAUDE O. BANNICK, Sheriff, By L. E. Anderson, Deputy. No. 5. Nov. 15-22-29. Dec. -13. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE State of Washington for King Coun- ty. In the Matter of the Estate of It. tl. Dexter, Deceased. In Probate. No. 58060. Notice to Crediturs. Notie++ is hereby given that the un- dersigr,( d has heen appointed and has! qualified as EXecutor of the estate of R. H. l)exter, doceascd; that all per- sons having elainls against said de- ceased are ht,reb.v required to serve the sanlt', duly vrril]e(t, }11 said ]':xe('ll- tor or his attorno.v of rvcord ;it the ad(h'c,ss I,elow slaP,d, and lile the salne wilh th,' ('lerk f said Court, logether with pl'+of ,if Slleh s,.rvice within six! tn+,nths after th*' tlaD' of ill'St 1)uh]i- e;tli(n ()f this ll|Jet, or tile salne will l+t' IIH I'r+d. ]);It'+ "f lil'St t)llhlirali(HI N,vell+b+.r (;I':( ,l',+;i': I;( )SiA':Y, l;xv,'ut,,r ,,f said l':stat'. .\\;tldr,'s I*,,,th, I[. 3.',>h. ALFIII'D G. A'()IUFItIN(;'['(N, +xtlt,,lll)" f',H' [':St:It, i',th' I1, Vt.';lhJlltYf"ll Just Around the Corner Protect your car investment by adding an ANTI-FREEZE to your radiator. Alcohol Qts. 25c, Gals. 90c Ever Ready P'restone, in gals. only . 2.95 One filling lasts the season. .. BATTERIES.. Re-Built---guaranteed unconditionally for six months, 3.50 and your old battery. New 15-plate Genuine Ford Battery, eighteen months guarantee, exchanged with your old battery and 7.40. ... CARS... One 1933 V8 new, never used, Deluxe Tudor at a substantial discount. One 1933 Deluxe Ford Sedan demonstrator 600.00 One 1930 Dodge Staaight 8 Fordor Sedan, in excellent shape, only 350.00 One 1 1-2 Ton Ford Truck with new motor and transmission, only 195.00 TERMS--- TRADES Green Motor Company Sales Service Phone 372 -:- Bothell