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+ FORD REL|ABIL|TY EVERYWHERE you go you hear reports of the good performance and reliability of the Ford. One owner writes--"The Ford Tudor Sedan I am driving has covered 59,300 miles through all kinds of weather. It is still giving perfect satisfaction." Another owner describes a trip of 3217 miles in 95 hours over bad roads and through hen&apos;, T rain and sleet in the mountains. "Throughott the en- tire trip," he writes, "tile Ford performed ex- cellently and no mechanical trouble of any kind was experienced. The shatter-proof glass un- doubtedly saved us from serious injury when a prairie ehieken struck the windshield while we were traveling at 65 miles an hour." See the nearest dealer and have him give you a demonstration ride in the Ford. Then, from your own personal experience, you will know that it brings you everything you want or need in a motor ear at an unusually low price. I III I II IIII THE ISSAQUAH PIISS, iSgAQUAH, KING CO., WASHINGTON THURSDAY, APRIL 16, 1931 IN F00,,Rra DIt00TR[CTS Iowa Broflmrs Set New World's Record in Ford Bankers Poh:t Out Hazards of Una=und Praz.!ces e.nd Help Farmers to Avoid Thenu AYS :u v'l'ic:t bankers may discour- --age t:,'l aAI farm practices are ce- a-ribed by Pretklent F. D. arrell of the Kanus St-te Agricultural College ia the American Bankers Ast'ociation Journal. to says: "In Kansas ia connection with the i:n:artatien ef dairy cattle, a lerge ;c,i>mcut of vcr:. inferior animals came into a caanty to be sold at aucHon to ]oo;:l far}?rs. The coanty agrict/Pur- al at:ea br+}rmd Ihe hankrrs that the :At]e would be a detriment to the camprdnity. The bankers refused to :inance the purchase o the cattle and the sale was abandoned. Tha cattle were shit>)cd to another county+ The caunty azent and the bankers there ted as was done in the first instance and the second county escaped "k year ago creamery promoters be- gan trying to capitalize the Kansas farmers' desire to improve his markets ,_ .... :::::::{ :: : :i: by inducing communities of farmers Governor John Hammill of Iowa (left) and Walter Ferrell, executive secre'ary of the Iowa ch--t me | | to purchase creame:'y plants before Automobile Association (extreme right), congratulatinn the D ,,:-  .... " .. . . er of the A 5 production and local conditions justi- - ...... oners on the establishment of a new Wal,-, non-motor, non-wheel stop automobile endurance record. fled them. htfermed of this by the o | State Agricultural College, the bank- TOWA state officials and civic leaders witnessed the and ors association sent warnings to every I establishment of a new world's non-motor, non-wheel ancemrerecordthanwhich,2'335theretoforohurs the AmeriCanofficially recognized,nn'stp ei bank in the state, leading many to re- stop automobile endurance record recently, when made by a much heavier ear under almost ideal fuse to support the creamery promot- Ralph and Rolland Davis, brotiters, brought their Model A tions on the Indianapolis speedway last year. In the i ors until the college approved the plant Ford to a halt at tire east entrance of the state capitol tn of the endurance run, the car, known as "The City -- ""lof | for th community concerned. This Des Moines after 2,775 hours and 46 mnutes of-continuous saved many commmiities loss from the driving. . Iones, covered practically the entire state of Iowa- j thngmeers who examined the Ford at the conclusiO$ premature establishment of plants. When Governor Hammill, standing with Walter Ferre!L _ e run asserted that neither engine nor chassis she "A third way bankers can discourage executive secretary of the Iowa Chapter of the Amertcan evidence -" unsound practices is to refuse to fin- Automobile AssociaHon, gave the signal to stop, the Ford jeered duringf thethegruelling116 daysStrainSof continuoust which theYdrlving.were ance farmers wire wish to pyramid their had traveled a total of 47,138.:1 miles vcr all sors of roads apparently, according to the engineers, would have sist.enterprises'Thia isa temptationillustrated difitcUltamong farm-t re- iu all sorts of weather and had exceeded by 33,680 miles good for another 55,000 miles or more. ors wht buy cattle for feeding pur- poses A farIncr feeds two or three HOBART to Virgina Mason cars of cattle one )-ear and makes a from pneumonia, ishspitalrapidly sufferingrecover, meraSka there.and intends $$ to spend the good profit. This induces him to buy Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kochevar and . twice or tllree times as many the see- I family and Rudolph Kochevar of lng. + Frank Anderson left W-" ' !- Mr and Mrs. Ed Venll spent end year, still more the third and so Renton were visitors of Mr. and Mrs. on one of the fi+t.; .... ones(my.aay-f.i ou untilhe finally loses more by having Joe Arko in Ta-lor Sunda eening nsfllng in the Snoqualmle too many ca!e on feed in a year of [ " " ' " aska He will ['""-g ooat, s Ior Al- They brought back a nice cat] bad prices than he made in several I Mr and Mrs. Hitehcock of Eaton- months. = g,,ne aou t five l Miss Lenora Anderson and $ - friend from town spent thewe e' previous )'ears with smaller numbers ville, formerly of Hobart, attended Oscar, Carl and Arthur Anderson here. and better prices. When bankers dis- the Junior Prom at Tahoma high attended the wrestling mathces at Kenneth Neese of Seattle w cerned."curage bad practices their action ia a schoOling upSaturdaYaround evening, the Seattle ice arenajohn MondaYLundbergnight.mo_ itingMr.friendSand Mrs.here Sunday. . , positive benefit to the farmers con- Bill Thompson,HoodsWhO iScanat,now work-spen toredMr" and Mrs James Side 7_.11 to Marysville Saturday eve- and family of Seattle were the week-end here with his family, ning to visit with friends. I relatives here Sunday. _. WHAT A KEY BANKER Mr. and Mrs. J. A. McKinnon and Gilbert Soderberg of Seattle, who Many baseball fans from "1 family were dinner guests of Mr. has many friends in Hobart, is now and Hobart attended the first DID FOR HiS COUNTY and Mrs. Carts Anderson, Sunday. in Seward, Alaska, orra trip and hay- of the season Sunday tat llo Mrs. Jack Hynes, who was taken ink a wonderful time. He likes A1- Taylor lost, 13-7. The farmers of one county in Ten- L O W F 0 R D P R l C E  nessee ae recel.n it00,000 addi- tional anmlal income from new farm ill .   . -   1,,. enterprises started since 1926 through m i alnl ! at- / ., ssmm "-   . l the efforts of a "'key banker" and the II  1   II)   Q_  county agent, aeeordiug to etlmates I I i I"11 =l l  -- _ m, from the Tennessee Colleg of Agrl- BB   B I    III II IIII  Ii| etroa l I culture A kex banker l a pait of tile Ill . ., s,ate oankers' association vohmtarv 1 II I i I__I i i I I II ImII Iil IparetweexlraaliOWCOSl. loumypnrchaseaFordcaror ae ............. :.+,....,,..,_.. : i .-  I I  I I ! I I I I I Ill I . fieh, :ulC= c-oTcrattii  VIIII tlle A.merl- I  I I   II I I / I I ill Ilk #or ll m! dou, n paymeni, on eonrenlenl, econamlcl can Bankers Association in its nation+    ! I nil e plan for brmgm, about better agricultural conditions through com- I    --_ IIII| t bined banker-farmer effort New pro- I = I  I   .II-i . .- m, eets started in this particular county I I I I I._ - I I I "1 / / !11 ' ..) are tobacco, Irish potato and cabbage i / 1-- /  k 3 1 Illi ,  production for ca..h crops, and dairy- i I -- I -- / I[ [  I III Ill , . ing and poultry raising for li,'cstock, I I / / li b  i. M.JI i [] m ' The key banker, looking for some- -- "" ! I I I 1 I"IB 1/ ill t thing to do to better his community, I I ill d a-dl. I m ' " ' ' ' l first attempted to procure a count), " I|| t : .................. agent but was unable to get tile county I IH , o -- J H Gibson s-en ........... I to make the neccfsary appropriation ii_ ., ._ Iil t t + p  oauruay ill- ' sO he and other leadtng citizens made lvla ro [ PENNANT PROGRESS I !ternOon and Sunday in Sultan with un there-uisite fnnds thro,-,,-.iv-** I y w Be Pnrcha .+ Ili t -- -- -----------o !his son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and+su'bscri,tlm amon- farmer ":---%'----' "=ilil.gDl! L Ill -- lrs. ,,rant M. Gibson. t ae+, men ond an aeot .s, eu, pioyed I s T Mor,:.r Island  0 tOO John Fher of Seattle spent the] ctpat farm pruotien i. the county i P I # ',- i ii IB Kiridand t 0 lO001week-end with his father, F A IThe banker recognized the disadvant- I ! Mill tl 1 t a . Ill I  + IB Bothell 1 0 lO00+Fisher t ages'tbis" 2 taffrdda'wcash II ! lI /I/ . I-'-I,IIlrl $' Edmonds 0 0 10001 , . . llncome, and th land was too hllly and . 'i" I I U 1 fi I -,,==i ill 1 lllevue 0 , 000 + Mr and Mrs. W. L. Gtlrner and [2::h.[::tPor?nt!raoScream'a:S:pg'tHl t I i -.--- m, ai ,, ,e m, ,ssaquah 0 1 O00lfamilv spent Sunday in Seattle, the offered more return per ac+e and were I I "" i!1' Taylor 0 1 000 guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hans Peder- betier fitted to the county." It was de- i | _ . m sen. tided that the county should stand- I  \\;l.. #/9 < II!  Sunday * Results: _ + ardizo on the Green Mountain potato I I /i/\\;q,mdf..v. ill t I Born--To Mr. and Mrs. William and to market it tn carload lots i lr'4'?ll '/  Oi ....... +,l,  Hartley, in Seattle, Monday, April Through his bank he sponsored the : ........... , 113, a daughter Mrs Hartlev will be bu_ing <f a car of certified seed  mercer ,siana ,+;tleuevue to i " + : ......... . ... _ + iil, remembered as Doroth-" Re-ors potatoes, I'10 likewise DOUIIIt SOlO i . ll' LilPll[--'klllillTl[ Hi Bothell 16; Taylor 7. * * a< is high quality tobacco secd and several I '  =--+U flats and Q , Mr and Mrs Pat Harrel Mrs Ira imndred settings of purebred eggs. i it +'l''l -- ,i+t00 _ - uarts 111 Games This Week= !o .." ...... 7, .... ' , -: These supplies were distributed at cost |  , +k', T,,. g:__l_-_/ ,, . omln anu maii aaugnter ann mrs. ltil -- . &rough the banks to the farmers , Ciil[l nt L t Ahee McEaehern, all of Seattle, eall ......... ".. 1 i %'+..,/-7_ g ontalners !ii .... Kirkland t+ " A[er conmaerame erlort a mariner I + I23::h : Edmonds: ed on friends her; Sunday. for dairy products was assured the i / ,. Iii I farmers when In 19 S a nationat cheese I 21li-" i _,V'. -AII' Taylor-Mercer Island at !e;aquah.[ Miss Evelyn Lewis was out from company located a factory there+ A l'.iLtlll I!100 Colored Giants ( ) at Both [Seattle Sunday for a visit at home count a re rlatlo Ill ' "" Y Pp p" " n was secured for -  . .. i no:t)o TnhN?)lY:;:e t::d'td:c:d f Margaret M:Qu:de*was over from ctIoge:=khiAO:$program re+ I i 0000,4100qlllt/00 00mvors---Strawberrv, I!! { ored Giants of Seattle has been ta-/Cedar Mountain Sunday renewing suited in farmers selling $t5,000 worth  --.til   i?o,i**_ ,. " !11 ken in their stead, t acquaintances here .of milk, $1 0,000 worth of tokacco ad z IL'.-- \\; lltl aleW Ynrk. ill " titty-uvo carloads of potatoes and cab- m I =/I  I% 'Y ,N. ..,. . --v----, HI[ i __ ...... bake, motly through cooperative sales. B (  ' \\; - I \\;% lOlta lll F. A. FUNERAL DII00CIOR 'This was some step from the $"5 000 I =i [i , I--l , .,v&al; III |'ll|ilt, worth of cash crop, In 1926. = 'tho I Il v:l -ll"l + ui" ......... ; "" % lies <onnty agent sals, "and indications !It  't.l-----' I!! Ull line Ot unaertaKlng  pp are that this amo l ' 1 I ant wi I be douhled." t I  - -- - Iii Our most considerate attention is at 3 oor dispose at al times t I ",, '/ -r ! .. !1 ! Calla answered day or night n / . ..- .e .. }ii "'kd'i/ laRe Home a - -+ --f ill -,,-- " ............. __. i DgJIR$ razor ir$1nca[oR ill wlt, i/ UttlL Ui I!! Phone M212 i00A"OAli WSH, ' -- 'il \\;.% If -- !11 U , li Emphasis was placed on the strategic I i, "% , I00.R a ,ur !11 :7 +- ......... 7------7.-" .... --77.----'---"---- position the banker holds through thc I I _..----+,'J'v_._._ -'-,-,,, vxIJatillVl II I + . ] use of dtrectod credit at a recent meet- I I -t -- . !11 i I II/ i il ,n+ of the Alabama bankers" agricultu. I II  --mi "['nn,ak, !11 I -i 1 /tl4t%tll + II ral committee. Alabama is confronted [ iU  -'""" III ............ I! III II I li with the problem of over+production of t Ii !!! li.Idllkill lt.JIl.,ll.I , VV., !t +otton. +h. committee reoommened 1 ...... I1 o banks that credit be extended on + s i .. - o o huctbaals of a twenty live per eent re- i r    I II Other Hauhn at R,ght Pace [t oo ,o 0o.o..0=,..,...,.0 All day Sat,,.ao.. I !] ot growing other crops than cotton I _ ., ,--aa.y I || 'as soagl, ,tres,ed and county o,t- ' Wlth -,,,,-,, ,-,,-,, _ , Phone 392 !/,+ok meetings are being planned with I "'''.Y vu-.hase of Is-.,,.....L ,', - Huu Ice ream , ,, e ,ho.,ht of h.l.,l.g .bont a =o,,c t - " - Saturday A i L _ _ __L...J..__ /1 alanced alrlculturld program in thc. regaraiess ot amo,,n, __ oIonoorlu&00: ll rio.scomm..m, i - ---.-, an Ice Cream Bar w"" t _ .......................... . III oe lVCD , ......... ................. ...... ..... , ,, ii Patronize Press Adveers t + FORD REL|ABIL|TY EVERYWHERE you go you hear reports of the good performance and reliability of the Ford. One owner writes--"The Ford Tudor Sedan I am driving has covered 59,300 miles through all kinds of weather. It is still giving perfect satisfaction." Another owner describes a trip of 3217 miles in 95 hours over bad roads and through hen', T rain and sleet in the mountains. "Throughott the en- tire trip," he writes, "tile Ford performed ex- cellently and no mechanical trouble of any kind was experienced. The shatter-proof glass un- doubtedly saved us from serious injury when a prairie ehieken struck the windshield while we were traveling at 65 miles an hour." See the nearest dealer and have him give you a demonstration ride in the Ford. Then, from your own personal experience, you will know that it brings you everything you want or need in a motor ear at an unusually low price. I III I II IIII THE ISSAQUAH PIISS, iSgAQUAH, KING CO., WASHINGTON THURSDAY, APRIL 16, 1931 IN F00,,Rra DIt00TR[CTS Iowa Broflmrs Set New World's Record in Ford Bankers Poh:t Out Hazards of Una=und Praz.!ces e.nd Help Farmers to Avoid Thenu AYS :u v'l'ic:t bankers may discour- --age t:,'l aAI farm practices are ce- a-ribed by Pretklent F. D. arrell of the Kanus St-te Agricultural College ia the American Bankers Ast'ociation Journal. to says: "In Kansas ia connection with the i:n:artatien ef dairy cattle, a lerge ;c,i>mcut of vcr:. inferior animals came into a caanty to be sold at aucHon to ]oo;:l far}?rs. The coanty agrict/Pur- al at:ea br+}rmd Ihe hankrrs that the :At]e would be a detriment to the camprdnity. The bankers refused to :inance the purchase o the cattle and the sale was abandoned. Tha cattle were shit>)cd to another county+ The caunty azent and the bankers there ted as was done in the first instance and the second county escaped "k year ago creamery promoters be- gan trying to capitalize the Kansas farmers' desire to improve his markets ,_ .... :::::::{ :: : :i: by inducing communities of farmers Governor John Hammill of Iowa (left) and Walter Ferrell, executive secre'ary of the Iowa ch--t me | | to purchase creame:'y plants before Automobile Association (extreme right), congratulatinn the D ,,:-  .... " .. . . er of the A 5 production and local conditions justi- - ...... oners on the establishment of a new Wal,-, non-motor, non-wheel stop automobile endurance record. fled them. htfermed of this by the o | State Agricultural College, the bank- TOWA state officials and civic leaders witnessed the and ors association sent warnings to every I establishment of a new world's non-motor, non-wheel ancemrerecordthanwhich,2'335theretoforohurs the AmeriCanofficially recognized,nn'stp ei bank in the state, leading many to re- stop automobile endurance record recently, when made by a much heavier ear under almost ideal fuse to support the creamery promot- Ralph and Rolland Davis, brotiters, brought their Model A tions on the Indianapolis speedway last year. In the i ors until the college approved the plant Ford to a halt at tire east entrance of the state capitol tn of the endurance run, the car, known as "The City -- ""lof | for th community concerned. This Des Moines after 2,775 hours and 46 mnutes of-continuous saved many commmiities loss from the driving. . Iones, covered practically the entire state of Iowa- j thngmeers who examined the Ford at the conclusiO$ premature establishment of plants. When Governor Hammill, standing with Walter Ferre!L _ e run asserted that neither engine nor chassis she "A third way bankers can discourage executive secretary of the Iowa Chapter of the Amertcan evidence -" unsound practices is to refuse to fin- Automobile AssociaHon, gave the signal to stop, the Ford jeered duringf thethegruelling116 daysStrainSof continuoust which theYdrlving.were ance farmers wire wish to pyramid their had traveled a total of 47,138.:1 miles vcr all sors of roads apparently, according to the engineers, would have sist.enterprises'Thia isa temptationillustrated difitcUltamong farm-t re- iu all sorts of weather and had exceeded by 33,680 miles good for another 55,000 miles or more. ors wht buy cattle for feeding pur- poses A farIncr feeds two or three HOBART to Virgina Mason cars of cattle one )-ear and makes a from pneumonia, ishspitalrapidly sufferingrecover, meraSka there.and intends $$ to spend the good profit. This induces him to buy Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kochevar and . twice or tllree times as many the see- I family and Rudolph Kochevar of lng. + Frank Anderson left W-" ' !- Mr and Mrs. Ed Venll spent end year, still more the third and so Renton were visitors of Mr. and Mrs. on one of the fi+t.; .... ones(my.aay-f.i ou untilhe finally loses more by having Joe Arko in Ta-lor Sunda eening nsfllng in the Snoqualmle too many ca!e on feed in a year of [ " " ' " aska He will ['""-g ooat, s Ior Al- They brought back a nice cat] bad prices than he made in several I Mr and Mrs. Hitehcock of Eaton- months. = g,,ne aou t five l Miss Lenora Anderson and $ - friend from town spent thewe e' previous )'ears with smaller numbers ville, formerly of Hobart, attended Oscar, Carl and Arthur Anderson here. and better prices. When bankers dis- the Junior Prom at Tahoma high attended the wrestling mathces at Kenneth Neese of Seattle w cerned."curage bad practices their action ia a schoOling upSaturdaYaround evening, the Seattle ice arenajohn MondaYLundbergnight.mo_ itingMr.friendSand Mrs.here Sunday. . , positive benefit to the farmers con- Bill Thompson,HoodsWhO iScanat,now work-spen toredMr" and Mrs James Side 7_.11 to Marysville Saturday eve- and family of Seattle were the week-end here with his family, ning to visit with friends. I relatives here Sunday. _. WHAT A KEY BANKER Mr. and Mrs. J. A. McKinnon and Gilbert Soderberg of Seattle, who Many baseball fans from "1 family were dinner guests of Mr. has many friends in Hobart, is now and Hobart attended the first DID FOR HiS COUNTY and Mrs. Carts Anderson, Sunday. in Seward, Alaska, orra trip and hay- of the season Sunday tat llo Mrs. Jack Hynes, who was taken ink a wonderful time. He likes A1- Taylor lost, 13-7. The farmers of one county in Ten- L O W F 0 R D P R l C E  nessee ae recel.n it00,000 addi- tional anmlal income from new farm ill .   . -   1,,. enterprises started since 1926 through m i alnl ! at- / ., ssmm "-   . l the efforts of a "'key banker" and the II  1   II)   Q_  county agent, aeeordiug to etlmates I I i I"11 =l l  -- _ m, from the Tennessee Colleg of Agrl- BB   B I    III II IIII  Ii| etroa l I culture A kex banker l a pait of tile Ill . ., s,ate oankers' association vohmtarv 1 II I i I__I i i I I II ImII Iil IparetweexlraaliOWCOSl. loumypnrchaseaFordcaror ae ............. :.+,....,,..,_.. : i .-  I I  I I ! I I I I I Ill I . fieh, :ulC= c-oTcrattii  VIIII tlle A.merl- I  I I   II I I / I I ill Ilk #or ll m! dou, n paymeni, on eonrenlenl, econamlcl can Bankers Association in its nation+    ! I nil e plan for brmgm, about better agricultural conditions through com- I    --_ IIII| t bined banker-farmer effort New pro- I = I  I   .II-i . .- m, eets started in this particular county I I I I I._ - I I I "1 / / !11 ' ..) are tobacco, Irish potato and cabbage i / 1-- /  k 3 1 Illi ,  production for ca..h crops, and dairy- i I -- I -- / I[ [  I III Ill , . ing and poultry raising for li,'cstock, I I / / li b  i. M.JI i [] m ' The key banker, looking for some- -- "" ! I I I 1 I"IB 1/ ill t thing to do to better his community, I I ill d a-dl. I m ' " ' ' ' l first attempted to procure a count), " I|| t : .................. agent but was unable to get tile county I IH , o -- J H Gibson s-en ........... I to make the neccfsary appropriation ii_ ., ._ Iil t t + p  oauruay ill- ' sO he and other leadtng citizens made lvla ro [ PENNANT PROGRESS I !ternOon and Sunday in Sultan with un there-uisite fnnds thro,-,,-.iv-** I y w Be Pnrcha .+ Ili t -- -- -----------o !his son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and+su'bscri,tlm amon- farmer ":---%'----' "=ilil.gDl! L Ill -- lrs. ,,rant M. Gibson. t ae+, men ond an aeot .s, eu, pioyed I s T Mor,:.r Island  0 tOO John Fher of Seattle spent the] ctpat farm pruotien i. the county i P I # ',- i ii IB Kiridand t 0 lO001week-end with his father, F A IThe banker recognized the disadvant- I ! Mill tl 1 t a . Ill I  + IB Bothell 1 0 lO00+Fisher t ages'tbis" 2 taffrdda'wcash II ! lI /I/ . I-'-I,IIlrl $' Edmonds 0 0 10001 , . . llncome, and th land was too hllly and . 'i" I I U 1 fi I -,,==i ill 1 lllevue 0 , 000 + Mr and Mrs. W. L. Gtlrner and [2::h.[::tPor?nt!raoScream'a:S:pg'tHl t I i -.--- m, ai ,, ,e m, ,ssaquah 0 1 O00lfamilv spent Sunday in Seattle, the offered more return per ac+e and were I I "" i!1' Taylor 0 1 000 guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hans Peder- betier fitted to the county." It was de- i | _ . m sen. tided that the county should stand- I  \\;l.. #/9 < II!  Sunday * Results: _ + ardizo on the Green Mountain potato I I /i/\\;q,mdf..v. ill t I Born--To Mr. and Mrs. William and to market it tn carload lots i lr'4'?ll '/  Oi ....... +,l,  Hartley, in Seattle, Monday, April Through his bank he sponsored the : ........... , 113, a daughter Mrs Hartlev will be bu_ing <f a car of certified seed  mercer ,siana ,+;tleuevue to i " + : ......... . ... _ + iil, remembered as Doroth-" Re-ors potatoes, I'10 likewise DOUIIIt SOlO i . ll' LilPll[--'klllillTl[ Hi Bothell 16; Taylor 7. * * a< is high quality tobacco secd and several I '  =--+U flats and Q , Mr and Mrs Pat Harrel Mrs Ira imndred settings of purebred eggs. i it +'l''l -- ,i+t00 _ - uarts 111 Games This Week= !o .." ...... 7, .... ' , -: These supplies were distributed at cost |  , +k', T,,. g:__l_-_/ ,, . omln anu maii aaugnter ann mrs. ltil -- . &rough the banks to the farmers , Ciil[l nt L t Ahee McEaehern, all of Seattle, eall ......... ".. 1 i %'+..,/-7_ g ontalners !ii .... Kirkland t+ " A[er conmaerame erlort a mariner I + I23::h : Edmonds: ed on friends her; Sunday. for dairy products was assured the i / ,. Iii I farmers when In 19 S a nationat cheese I 21li-" i _,V'. -AII' Taylor-Mercer Island at !e;aquah.[ Miss Evelyn Lewis was out from company located a factory there+ A l'.iLtlll I!100 Colored Giants ( ) at Both [Seattle Sunday for a visit at home count a re rlatlo Ill ' "" Y Pp p" " n was secured for -  . .. i no:t)o TnhN?)lY:;:e t::d'td:c:d f Margaret M:Qu:de*was over from ctIoge:=khiAO:$program re+ I i 0000,4100qlllt/00 00mvors---Strawberrv, I!! { ored Giants of Seattle has been ta-/Cedar Mountain Sunday renewing suited in farmers selling $t5,000 worth  --.til   i?o,i**_ ,. " !11 ken in their stead, t acquaintances here .of milk, $1 0,000 worth of tokacco ad z IL'.-- \\; lltl aleW Ynrk. ill " titty-uvo carloads of potatoes and cab- m I =/I  I% 'Y ,N. ..,. . --v----, HI[ i __ ...... bake, motly through cooperative sales. B (  ' \\; - I \\;% lOlta lll F. A. FUNERAL DII00CIOR 'This was some step from the $"5 000 I =i [i , I--l , .,v&al; III |'ll|ilt, worth of cash crop, In 1926. = 'tho I Il v:l -ll"l + ui" ......... ; "" % lies <onnty agent sals, "and indications !It  't.l-----' I!! Ull line Ot unaertaKlng  pp are that this amo l ' 1 I ant wi I be douhled." t I  - -- - Iii Our most considerate attention is at 3 oor dispose at al times t I ",, '/ -r ! .. !1 ! Calla answered day or night n / . ..- .e .. }ii "'kd'i/ laRe Home a - -+ --f ill -,,-- " ............. __. i DgJIR$ razor ir$1nca[oR ill wlt, i/ UttlL Ui I!! Phone M212 i00A"OAli WSH, ' -- 'il \\;.% If -- !11 U , li Emphasis was placed on the strategic I i, "% , I00.R a ,ur !11 :7 +- ......... 7------7.-" .... --77.----'---"---- position the banker holds through thc I I _..----+,'J'v_._._ -'-,-,,, vxIJatillVl II I + . ] use of dtrectod credit at a recent meet- I I -t -- . !11 i I II/ i il ,n+ of the Alabama bankers" agricultu. I II  --mi "['nn,ak, !11 I -i 1 /tl4t%tll + II ral committee. Alabama is confronted [ iU  -'""" III ............ I! III II I li with the problem of over+production of t Ii !!! li.Idllkill lt.JIl.,ll.I , VV., !t +otton. +h. committee reoommened 1 ...... I1 o banks that credit be extended on + s i .. - o o huctbaals of a twenty live per eent re- i r    I II Other Hauhn at R,ght Pace [t oo ,o 0o.o..0=,..,...,.0 All day Sat,,.ao.. I !] ot growing other crops than cotton I _ ., ,--aa.y I || 'as soagl, ,tres,ed and county o,t- ' Wlth -,,,,-,, ,-,,-,, _ , Phone 392 !/,+ok meetings are being planned with I "'''.Y vu-.hase of Is-.,,.....L ,', - Huu Ice ream , ,, e ,ho.,ht of h.l.,l.g .bont a =o,,c t - " - Saturday A i L _ _ __L...J..__ /1 alanced alrlculturld program in thc. regaraiess ot amo,,n, __ oIonoorlu&00: ll rio.scomm..m, i - ---.-, an Ice Cream Bar w"" t _ .......................... . III oe lVCD , ......... ................. ...... ..... , ,, ii Patronize Press Adveers t