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TH, APRIL 28, li THE ISSAQUAH PRESS, ISSAQUAH, KING CO., WASHINGTON .... PAGE FIVb2 " "&apos; 00o:,oo Yesterdays lSSAQOAU sity, ,S studying brains in 100 of FDS FOR HOMES ANNOUNCEMT ,o .o .,.<. <o ,. o-,oe- SUPPLIED BY BANKS "'" brain mud eel is interesting. , . This week's "Yesterdays" hayer husbands were entertained by Mrs. by Arthur Brisbane Gandhi, of India, "despairs of l&st- By ROME C. STEPHENSON I been selected from The Independent J. H. Gibson, an account was given prices effective (Contlnu from page I) ing peace." Prede# dmerican Bar.hers Asio,atlou of March ;1,, 1906. It was a special of the death of Mrs. E. J. Anderson, I, 1931  He says: A LARGE rrtlon of the funds re-edition sponsored by the business WiLson Tibbetts had left :for a few as long as the eel. Nevertheless I "I have tried my utmost for per- quirod In home building alway men of Issaquah and vicinity, days at his ranch on Middle Fork. MILK- science says you are closely related! manent peace but I find nature ha been furnished by banks. They Several pictures were used, includ- Mrs. John Anderson of Squak .......................... 9C to him. l against me." have shown con-ing one of the editor, George 2". had cut her finger severely, the coun- You do know that you got youri Big and little men, leaders had stantly a deep In- Webster, Mayor Frank Day St., Dr. ty commissioners had granted a tel- terest in the of per- W. E. Gibson, N. J. Burke, Louis ephone franchise to E. R. Neighbor .............................. 5C five fingers from the foot of a asia- followe, have "despaired of prac- formance ll ii " " " 1 beginn- this Seamn, " road DL, A-. mander,that hved m the earbomfei tically everything, since the county commissioner, and N. R. tlarshrnan of Fall City, _, CJ..l:2-ki1 : ous era, millions of years ago. o :i ing of time. /eature of national j. C. Storey, one o the owners ofl O. G. Garretson gave a lengthy re- :ll]| I/ut .........  that salamander had had "x t e ,i Those who tried to cure slavery ondeVeIpment.it rests muchUg" lthe Allen & Nelson Mill property at port of the financial condition of ! i YZ PIllS ...................... 20g you would have six fingers, mcludmgidespaired often, but slavery is gone. ot our country'm Monohon, Otto Reinig, mayor of no-school district No. 157, and the ball :i|: the thumb, amo tne auo-aeclmm m-lAnd those who, age ago, fought futurestabNtty, quaJmie, the new home and farm game between Issaquah and Fa']l li  ::::7,s>;::: :::: ""'" :"'" < ' "" " w,,:o, oo o, o,<, ... ,oe. ,o=,ooo on-<oooo\< Deliveries- 5(?d of_th . h against cannibalism, probably de- tics to its a Main steet, Fall City, and a map of of the funeral of Mrs. E. J. lnder- _ . Qeer 1or m  "" " -lspaired, but cannibalism is gone. v a n e o m e n t Issaquah and all adjacent territory son. II ormng and Evening gin would have six strings. ]  redounds to the l I _ You owe even more to the little advantage of alL within a fifteen mile circle. Mrs. Herman Martin was dow I l 'W I ..... a l Meal From Bean One page was devoted to Fall City from Everett to visit her mother, a Ict-ll'll l __ mud eel than you do to rne sal-I R.C. STEPINSON So banking ha mnr-dr ......... --, el  Carob meal ts made from a beaii n - a.-.6A ma aer lne Drain oI taaz little e t .... i" " o - "" never permitted write-up and ads., one to Snoquaimie Mrs. Allyn, Thomas Lindsa had I u . ,, n . - t wmcn resem ies the lima b an put is ' ]: gt,?< <,r Rosl.. hee hi. .. was the beginning of )-ours. It has ; Ira co-operatlve attitude toward homo and one to Monohon. he first pa arted , |[lOIl A,o t " - .... [ of reddmh brown color and tender buildlrg to lessen, carried an article on Good Roads i Sandy, Ilugh and Torn were at -, lssaquan five lobes, like yours, and a little eor-[ enough to chew. The WIs cmtalning Pracical'y aH banks now accept say- by Grant Gibson of the ninth grade, t work in the mines; breaking of a ;l i  i ltex like the thick cortex on top of I the beans grow up trees similar to ing depoMts which can woll be turned -. ,,, ,,, I lyour brain. The five divisions of an I locust trees which are found in Mex- ' feel brain are found only in the full i leo and the southwestern United to the advantage of the home butlders, i and one on Why Issaquah Willtdrum on a donkey at Bennett & The conslrition of individual dwell- IProsper by Ray Sylvester of tbe,Godard s logging camp caused a Pat Matrons' Club of OES ldeveloped human brain, and they] States. Carob meal is used in this in;:requir,salargeamountoffinanc- itenth grade. This was during alshut-down; the Commercial Club wi " " " l country s tnek feed th Mrs. Mattie Bush. [funetmn as in man. ' " " i Jh " " irg aad : a t?:oroagh]y eommendablo strike at the mines and figures of i ad an inquiry as to the advisability enterprlse. Necessarily, the aid given t the local bank clearings were cited!of starting an electric plant here;  ,o home buHders is governed by the it 0 show financial conditions in be the Denny-Reriton Clay Co. (the, as lillllllllllllllllllli ,o,,d banking rules which have grown iter shape during the three years the now) was investigating a large clay out of the year.of experience and th I mines were closed than while they deposit just west of town; D.F. come,ant stdie' of bank practices. . [RCANTIL[ All of the efforts made to socur, t were running. Figures on railroad Wilsey had leased 80 acres of his ANO[  broaderrealeetP-te loan privileges, to [sipments also evidenced ,rionthly farm south of town to two men ,or adjust resoarces t,mv.ke it possible.to igains of from 10 to 39 per cent. prospecting for gold A flattering ac mud lar'-er sums or rang terms the Considerable srmce wan devo ..... " + " . ' . I i ea to count was given the wedding of Roy stadrdiza, ionot mortgage man ior- i a recent announcement b direc ". .......  "  y torn H Vaughan and Lois Hackett Re mulas and the actual leaguing of vast iof the ....   " " " A il--&&Oclal'oD '  , v"ence the' liiwauee rat.road that the,port was given the fatal burnln sums on .nor::age no+s e la j ....  "  of desire of banks t contribute a full company aaa lectded to bu]Id over IHelen Anderson, daughter of Mr. and " We Deliver, measure of upport to the home-build- Snoqualmm" Pass with its. nearest ap- I Mrs. Olaf Andeton" of luononon.'" " , ,.?lle 2 ing movem<nt. Th!s  trueof all class- preach being about six miles east of ] The following clipping is an evi- es of banks, bat even in a more marked Is.haquah. The Issaquah Commercial deuce of how Mr. Webster handled _ __ degree of those whose deposits are iClub was planning taking the matter his non-advertisers: l!il IIIIIIIII! I lilillll il II ii I ....... !i11111..........!_.1 I ............. ................ - ....... largely in the form of savings and up with a view of offering induce- "Of the twenty-six business men becials fo whoseloansareprtmarilytorblptldlnl mentfor theroad to come through who were solicited for aacerti,ing or home purchasing purposes, the town. in this issue of the Independent, but Friday and Saturday ,o,,,,.,.o:= i Local columns mentioned as vis- two refused, their excuse being that Illlh M fill __,lmllpll Ijl__ II/= C13 The proceas through which ,ank;itors Mrs. J. L. Ripley of Seattle a they failed to see the direct benefit guest of Mrs. Livingston, Miss Pearl that they would derive from it. We loans are made n real estate is as .i_.9 4 3 portantSimpIe aStransaetlonthO natUrewillOfpermit.such anwhenfm-Ior.Hart'Generaland CarlTibbettsWalters in from Tay-wou|d like to run a paper in a town /-il 9 was a business made up entirely of such business money is advanced the lender must visitor in Seattle, Mrs. Cyrus Darst men a#. these two. The income from lll|l|lIlll|HHmlllllllllHlllllhHH( know tha repayment will be made tho had vLsited her daughter, Mrs. Gun-the publication of sheriff's notices - specified time. Likewise the borrower derson, in Snoqualmie, Joel, John-would alone be worth our while. Then wants to be assured that, after he has son was home after a four month's too, as a side line, we might get the Featuring, Saturday Only, Free Oemonitration of ----- flgared the loan on the basis of his stay at Aberdeen, Mrs. Lowell had contract for keeping their counters Royal Gelatine ' ooose,,.o,, anticipated ability to returned from a Roslyn visit, the free from cobwebs, and mowing the :! pay, h will not be required to do more, Ladies' Fancy Work members and grass on their business streets." that he wiI! not be disturbed in his el. and forts to work out of his obligations .......... '' ' i fee i .(Ide oe terms. hethr  ae ........ Chase & Sanborn' 0o< ,s to .e.. <e .o<,.o ,o. ,. W. o .,, ,.,. o, ...,,., ,,..,.... E..., ,,..,.es. ,>.. three or five year3, or on 4t monthly or COFFEE and GELATINE SERVED FREE ALL DAY! yes,b" basis, he wants the assurance ..betwn.. _ that no additional burdens will be tin- 'lJlllHHHllHl|llHlHlHlHlH|f|HmHCllHHllHjljlllJllHlHH| posed upon him. All of this is settled Seattle and Coalfield, lsJaquah, High Point, Preston, Monohon, definitely In advance. Elliott and C Grre, and all way plos oyal Gelatine Sliced Pineapple ,o,,ooo,,,.,oo<=,. ,et=,is, .d .he='<he .eo,,.. e nn, 3 1 8C ) 'Happy Home.'2 cans tttt comptete the horrower knows just what Is0000,quah Transporlalion Go,, Inc, all flavors Specml lm- he may expect and what he will be re- Loans made to persoas who wish to AUTO FREIGHT AND TP,NSFER __ ,ok.. o, .................. pc, c=. ............................... i. Uu ,o,,,o o  ooo,,,, o,,,oo.. __ , , ,,, acquire homes are not necessaHIT i- i building loan. One may wish to pur- Seattle Depot---Railroad Ave., Dearborn St. and Railroad Way Crushed Pineapple ) 8 chase & home already constructed. In Potatoes <,,,o= o,,,=oo,o ,.o,,o... ... ,.,,,. ,, ,... ,, No. 1 flat tins t qO 75% U. S. No. ls k,."*e" ee,,ot a .e.l est=te<'u'e it, t,e o.,,,o., some ,los.. .o Ii s. A. M. -- ot banks may" make. Others of course, Telephone Main 394 Washed md and Gravel Each ...................................... 10U - 100 Pounds for m, len .. ,e e, ., ,m- -- -- ii provement uncompleted and advance : -- iiiiii I iii I I ..... iiiii iii II " - - f as the coastructlon progresses. Different styles tn home finane|ng haw pricots  Dill Pickles 0.0,o,0. ,o ,0 ..,oo....., banks have tried to adapt their faclli- Happy Home' 2/ cans ......................... 29C : ,: 23C ties to the needs. Vghatever character some of asfstance is required in any' par- ticular instance usually can be found SPecial Per Quart ........ ................... in bank in the local community. Pe ......... G fruit Amo.g banks and borrowers for home acquisition purposes a long estab- aches rape ,,shed and thoroughly" tted relation- ship exists. Banks are not the only 23c - ,,,,,,, they do not embody all the 'Sun Maid 21/ cans g No. 2 cans spirit of helpfulness which aund, A Rargain At ........................  cans for ............................ However, through the years Of their , ,, cpetion their aid t been of un- , -- i I questioned value to the home builders l'ruits Soap whose efforts to establish a permanenco for themselres have recetved constant = encouragement. Bankers ererywher = 39c 23cii0 aroredY tOOOunse|W|th'he|reilstom ers about their hom-bulldlnl plans and to uslt to the extent ol their ability'. LQood Bargain ................... bars for ........................ Thts ts being donocontantly and the .... - many advantages of It are not lthout |Irune s - Rhubarb ,'e'" Farm ,SeaNce by a Bank A good appetizer , 18G ) 00alt , . 'Happy Home' Brand 10c , .,=._.__,.= u uly .............................. , ....... pound for ....................... ............ i g,,.,, & yeaz ago by s baak -- in Olympig, Wmghington, and & farm advir appo/nted. Close co: "-'--e-"rte o,.,,=  . o.,.o.. with the sP. colleg '- extension service. Work in drying i8 car- - 49c "='"" Cae & Sanbrn's Cffee 34c tlon. Aso a llaetttre eonteit witl o It's dated " Per Can ................................ , held lit .oope with the four icial 1 Ib can ................ ...... I bar  the t  o,r , -- prizes amouflz to $100. Work in _------ t ultry wu caused on in coopera- 4atches Seaport Peas  <,oo-o..,oo,,,, . ..,..... given in og an economic 29ci2 ,oo00 25c regular size grade ,ers.  ,= -, ot o r bank i active in the Agricultural Cartons for ...................... cans fo ............................ ] Council of tlm county compoed __ ,,, _ , , -- of farm ami oth organizations " " ' -- 1 interested ill grie111tursl develop- t;"'read - utt-u er * " " "" "" "=' Market. tx hund farm but- J m bhmk$ wets dltrib- white or wholewheat 15c-- = best grade 30C l "d'e'smst's''tr--s'e'" < .  vided to f and hive been 1: Ib loaves _ t ip-  . y u,,,. ves for ........................ - Per Pound ............................ " I  ,e.. """' " [ Patronize Pr Adverthers I'll Show YOU HOW To Save . . . ! Have your good intentions turned to disappointment? Have you tried to ve and failed ? Then you, too, should make it a point to save for some def- inite purpose. Because saving is easy and enjoyable when you have a goal in view. Start that Savings Account Today! Per cent Interest ISSAQUAH STATE BANK t A Strong Bank TH, APRIL 28, li THE ISSAQUAH PRESS, ISSAQUAH, KING CO., WASHINGTON .... PAGE FIVb2 " "' 00o:,oo Yesterdays lSSAQOAU sity, ,S studying brains in 100 of FDS FOR HOMES ANNOUNCEMT ,o .o .,.<. <o ,. o-,oe- SUPPLIED BY BANKS "'" brain mud eel is interesting. , . This week's "Yesterdays" hayer husbands were entertained by Mrs. by Arthur Brisbane Gandhi, of India, "despairs of l&st- By ROME C. STEPHENSON I been selected from The Independent J. H. Gibson, an account was given prices effective (Contlnu from page I) ing peace." Prede# dmerican Bar.hers Asio,atlou of March ;1,, 1906. It was a special of the death of Mrs. E. J. Anderson, I, 1931  He says: A LARGE rrtlon of the funds re-edition sponsored by the business WiLson Tibbetts had left :for a few as long as the eel. Nevertheless I "I have tried my utmost for per- quirod In home building alway men of Issaquah and vicinity, days at his ranch on Middle Fork. MILK- science says you are closely related! manent peace but I find nature ha been furnished by banks. They Several pictures were used, includ- Mrs. John Anderson of Squak .......................... 9C to him. l against me." have shown con-ing one of the editor, George 2". had cut her finger severely, the coun- You do know that you got youri Big and little men, leaders had stantly a deep In- Webster, Mayor Frank Day St., Dr. ty commissioners had granted a tel- terest in the of per- W. E. Gibson, N. J. Burke, Louis ephone franchise to E. R. Neighbor .............................. 5C five fingers from the foot of a asia- followe, have "despaired of prac- formance ll ii " " " 1 beginn- this Seamn, " road DL, A-. mander,that hved m the earbomfei tically everything, since the county commissioner, and N. R. tlarshrnan of Fall City, _, CJ..l:2-ki1 : ous era, millions of years ago. o :i ing of time. /eature of national j. C. Storey, one o the owners ofl O. G. Garretson gave a lengthy re- :ll]| I/ut .........  that salamander had had "x t e ,i Those who tried to cure slavery ondeVeIpment.it rests muchUg" lthe Allen & Nelson Mill property at port of the financial condition of ! i YZ PIllS ...................... 20g you would have six fingers, mcludmgidespaired often, but slavery is gone. ot our country'm Monohon, Otto Reinig, mayor of no-school district No. 157, and the ball :i|: the thumb, amo tne auo-aeclmm m-lAnd those who, age ago, fought futurestabNtty, quaJmie, the new home and farm game between Issaquah and Fa']l li  ::::7,s>;::: :::: ""'" :"'" < ' "" " w,,:o, oo o, o,<, ... ,oe. ,o=,ooo on-<oooo\< Deliveries- 5(?d of_th . h against cannibalism, probably de- tics to its a Main steet, Fall City, and a map of of the funeral of Mrs. E. J. lnder- _ . Qeer 1or m  "" " -lspaired, but cannibalism is gone. v a n e o m e n t Issaquah and all adjacent territory son. II ormng and Evening gin would have six strings. ]  redounds to the l I _ You owe even more to the little advantage of alL within a fifteen mile circle. Mrs. Herman Martin was dow I l 'W I ..... a l Meal From Bean One page was devoted to Fall City from Everett to visit her mother, a Ict-ll'll l __ mud eel than you do to rne sal-I R.C. STEPINSON So banking ha mnr-dr ......... --, el  Carob meal ts made from a beaii n - a.-.6A ma aer lne Drain oI taaz little e t .... i" " o - "" never permitted write-up and ads., one to Snoquaimie Mrs. Allyn, Thomas Lindsa had I u . ,, n . - t wmcn resem ies the lima b an put is ' ]: gt,?< <,r Rosl.. hee hi. .. was the beginning of )-ours. It has ; Ira co-operatlve attitude toward homo and one to Monohon. he first pa arted , |[lOIl A,o t " - .... [ of reddmh brown color and tender buildlrg to lessen, carried an article on Good Roads i Sandy, Ilugh and Torn were at -, lssaquan five lobes, like yours, and a little eor-[ enough to chew. The WIs cmtalning Pracical'y aH banks now accept say- by Grant Gibson of the ninth grade, t work in the mines; breaking of a ;l i  i ltex like the thick cortex on top of I the beans grow up trees similar to ing depoMts which can woll be turned -. ,,, ,,, I lyour brain. The five divisions of an I locust trees which are found in Mex- ' feel brain are found only in the full i leo and the southwestern United to the advantage of the home butlders, i and one on Why Issaquah Willtdrum on a donkey at Bennett & The conslrition of individual dwell- IProsper by Ray Sylvester of tbe,Godard s logging camp caused a Pat Matrons' Club of OES ldeveloped human brain, and they] States. Carob meal is used in this in;:requir,salargeamountoffinanc- itenth grade. This was during alshut-down; the Commercial Club wi " " " l country s tnek feed th Mrs. Mattie Bush. [funetmn as in man. ' " " i Jh " " irg aad : a t?:oroagh]y eommendablo strike at the mines and figures of i ad an inquiry as to the advisability enterprlse. Necessarily, the aid given t the local bank clearings were cited!of starting an electric plant here;  ,o home buHders is governed by the it 0 show financial conditions in be the Denny-Reriton Clay Co. (the, as lillllllllllllllllllli ,o,,d banking rules which have grown iter shape during the three years the now) was investigating a large clay out of the year.of experience and th I mines were closed than while they deposit just west of town; D.F. come,ant stdie' of bank practices. . [RCANTIL[ All of the efforts made to socur, t were running. Figures on railroad Wilsey had leased 80 acres of his ANO[  broaderrealeetP-te loan privileges, to [sipments also evidenced ,rionthly farm south of town to two men ,or adjust resoarces t,mv.ke it possible.to igains of from 10 to 39 per cent. prospecting for gold A flattering ac mud lar'-er sums or rang terms the Considerable srmce wan devo ..... " + " . ' . I i ea to count was given the wedding of Roy stadrdiza, ion ot mortgage man ior- i a recent announcement b direc ". .......  "  y torn H Vaughan and Lois Hackett Re mulas and the actual leaguing of vast iof the ....   " " " A il--&&Oclal'oD '  , v"ence the' liiwauee rat.road that the,port was given the fatal burnln sums on .nor::age no+s e la j ....  "  of desire of banks t contribute a full company aaa lectded to bu]Id over IHelen Anderson, daughter of Mr. and " We Deliver, measure of upport to the home-build- Snoqualmm" Pass with its. nearest ap- I Mrs. Olaf Andeton" of luononon.'" " , ,.?lle 2 ing movem<nt. Th!s  trueof all class- preach being about six miles east of ] The following clipping is an evi- es of banks, bat even in a more marked Is.haquah. The Issaquah Commercial deuce of how Mr. Webster handled _ __ degree of those whose deposits are iClub was planning taking the matter his non-advertisers: l!il IIIIIIIII! I lilillll il II ii I ....... !i11111..........!_.1 I ............. ................ - ....... largely in the form of savings and up with a view of offering induce- "Of the twenty-six business men becials fo whoseloansareprtmarilytorblptldlnl mentfor theroad to come through who were solicited for aacerti,ing or home purchasing purposes, the town. in this issue of the Independent, but Friday and Saturday ,o,,,,.,.o:= i Local columns mentioned as vis- two refused, their excuse being that Illlh M fill __,lmllpll Ijl__ II/= C13 The proceas through which ,ank;itors Mrs. J. L. Ripley of Seattle a they failed to see the direct benefit guest of Mrs. Livingston, Miss Pearl that they would derive from it. We loans are made n real estate is as .i_.9 4 3 portantSimpIe aStransaetlonthO natUrewillOfpermit.such anwhenfm-Ior.Hart'Generaland CarlTibbettsWalters in from Tay-wou|d like to run a paper in a town /-il 9 was a business made up entirely of such business money is advanced the lender must visitor in Seattle, Mrs. Cyrus Darst men a#. these two. The income from lll|l|lIlll|HHmlllllllllHlllllhHH( know tha repayment will be made tho had vLsited her daughter, Mrs. Gun-the publication of sheriff's notices - specified time. Likewise the borrower derson, in Snoqualmie, Joel, John-would alone be worth our while. Then wants to be assured that, after he has son was home after a four month's too, as a side line, we might get the Featuring, Saturday Only, Free Oemonitration of ----- flgared the loan on the basis of his stay at Aberdeen, Mrs. Lowell had contract for keeping their counters Royal Gelatine ' ooose,,.o,, anticipated ability to returned from a Roslyn visit, the free from cobwebs, and mowing the :! pay, h will not be required to do more, Ladies' Fancy Work members and grass on their business streets." that he wiI! not be disturbed in his el. and forts to work out of his obligations .......... '' ' i fee i .(Ide oe terms. hethr  ae ........ Chase & Sanborn' 0o< ,s to .e.. <e .o<,.o ,o. ,. W. o .,, ,.,. o, ...,,., ,,..,.... E..., ,,..,.es. ,>.. three or five year3, or on 4t monthly or COFFEE and GELATINE SERVED FREE ALL DAY! yes,b" basis, he wants the assurance ..betwn.. _ that no additional burdens will be tin- 'lJlllHHHllHl|llHlHlHlHlH|f|HmHCllHHllHjljlllJllHlHH| posed upon him. All of this is settled Seattle and Coalfield, lsJaquah, High Point, Preston, Monohon, definitely In advance. Elliott and C Grre, and all way plos oyal Gelatine Sliced Pineapple ,o,,ooo,,,.,oo<=,. ,et=,is, .d .he='<he .eo,,.. e nn, 3 1 8C ) 'Happy Home.'2 cans tttt comptete the horrower knows just what Is0000,quah Transporlalion Go,, Inc, all flavors Specml lm- he may expect and what he will be re- Loans made to persoas who wish to AUTO FREIGHT AND TP,NSFER __ ,ok.. o, .................. pc, c=. ............................... i. Uu ,o,,,o o  ooo,,,, o,,,oo.. __ , , ,,, acquire homes are not necessaHIT i- i building loan. One may wish to pur- Seattle Depot---Railroad Ave., Dearborn St. and Railroad Way Crushed Pineapple ) 8 chase & home already constructed. In Potatoes <,,,o= o,,,=oo,o ,.o,,o... ... ,.,,,. ,, ,... ,, No. 1 flat tins t qO 75% U. S. No. ls k,."*e" ee,,ot a .e.l est=te<'u'e it, t,e o.,,,o., some ,los.. .o Ii s. A. M. -- ot banks may" make. Others of course, Telephone Main 394 Washed md and Gravel Each ...................................... 10U - 100 Pounds for m, len .. ,e e, ., ,m- -- -- ii provement uncompleted and advance : -- iiiiii I iii I I ..... iiiii iii II " - - f as the coastructlon progresses. Different styles tn home finane|ng haw pricots  Dill Pickles 0.0,o,0. ,o ,0 ..,oo....., banks have tried to adapt their faclli- Happy Home' 2/ cans ......................... 29C : ,: 23C ties to the needs. Vghatever character some of asfstance is required in any' par- ticular instance usually can be found SPecial Per Quart ........ ................... in bank in the local community. Pe ......... G fruit Amo.g banks and borrowers for home acquisition purposes a long estab- aches rape ,,shed and thoroughly" tted relation- ship exists. Banks are not the only 23c - ,,,,,,, they do not embody all the 'Sun Maid 21/ cans g No. 2 cans spirit of helpfulness which aund, A Rargain At ........................  cans for ............................ However, through the years Of their , ,, cpetion their aid t been of un- , -- i I questioned value to the home builders l'ruits Soap whose efforts to establish a permanenco for themselres have recetved constant = encouragement. Bankers ererywher = 39c 23cii0 aroredY tOOOunse|W|th'he|reilstom ers about their hom-bulldlnl plans and to uslt to the extent ol their ability'. LQood Bargain ................... bars for ........................ Thts ts being donocontantly and the .... - many advantages of It are not lthout |Irune s - Rhubarb ,'e'" Farm ,SeaNce by a Bank A good appetizer , 18G ) 00alt , . 'Happy Home' Brand 10c , .,=._.__,.= u uly .............................. , ....... pound for ....................... ............ i g,,.,, & yeaz ago by s baak -- in Olympig, Wmghington, and & farm advir appo/nted. Close co: "-'--e-"rte o,.,,=  . o.,.o.. with the sP. colleg '- extension service. Work in drying i8 car- - 49c "='"" Cae & Sanbrn's Cffee 34c tlon. Aso a llaetttre eonteit witl o It's dated " Per Can ................................ , held lit .oope with the four icial 1 Ib can ................ ...... I bar  the t  o,r , -- prizes amouflz to $100. Work in _------ t ultry wu caused on in coopera- 4atches Seaport Peas  <,oo-o..,oo,,,, . ..,..... given in og an economic 29ci2 ,oo00 25c regular size grade ,ers.  ,= -, ot o r bank i active in the Agricultural Cartons for ...................... cans fo ............................ ] Council of tlm county compoed __ ,,, _ , , -- of farm ami oth organizations " " ' -- 1 interested ill grie111tursl develop- t;"'read - utt-u er * " " "" "" "=' Market. tx hund farm but- J m bhmk$ wets dltrib- white or wholewheat 15c-- = best grade 30C l "d'e'smst's''tr--s'e'" < .  vided to f and hive been 1: Ib loaves _ t ip-  . y u,,,. ves for ........................ - Per Pound ............................ " I  ,e.. """' " [ Patronize Pr Adverthers I'll Show YOU HOW To Save . . . ! Have your good intentions turned to disappointment? Have you tried to ve and failed ? Then you, too, should make it a point to save for some def- inite purpose. 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