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April 2, 1925     Stillaguamish Valley Pioneers
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7here the Money goes There is never any question where the money goes when you pay all of)our &apos;billsby cheek. X0u:have re- turned to you each month the canceled checks--They_ are also receipts. This is only one of the advantages you Dan enjoy by doing business through this bank. There i,' no charge for such service. Why not open an account with this bank? We issue certificates of deposits and pay 4 per cent inter- est if you do not wish to cheek out on your savings: 10.Qt. Aluminum00 Dish Pan $1.29 Saturday April 4 only A. i-I. MOLL Arlington, Wash. 1 TttE ARLINGTON-TIMES, TIgURSDAY, APRIL 2, 19"25. PERSONAL PLEASURE Bolicitor"Oh please sir, won't you help the Working Girls' Home ?" Gallant Gent: "Will I?I'll say I will--and in my' Rolls-Royce. Where are they?" • " STRATEGY Hinman: "My wife buys more gloves than any woman on earth. -ReallY," she'S golni'tb break • me yet." Smartly: "Why don't you buy her a diamond ring?" . • Here is what.  West Coast :Life Perfect Prbtecfioh',Poticy-will" give: gib,ooo 00yo.,,o and in case of permanent total disability the company ,will l. Wa/ve all premium payments" 9.. Pay you $25 per week for oneTear; and in ad- dition .... The community club meets at the T. U. Hall Friday evening, April 3rd, at 8 p. m. A bus2fiess, meeting followed bye short pro. gram will be the evenings •enter- tainment. This meeting should have been held Friday eyeing, March 27th, but was postponed on account of the Senior Play in Arlington. Mrs. H. Haroldson and Rev. H: B. Wogtei; attended the district Sunday School teachers -confer- ence at Fir Saturday. Louis Gillman of Seattle was in town ' visiting wit l friehds on: Tuesday. " " :: Mr.'and Mrs. Virgil H, D0wtey and Miss Reese attended the din nor; given by the Men's-Club of Hopkins has leased :a large[heep ranch. S. H. Aldridge .and daughter, Evelyn and Miss:J0sephi'.Stev - ens Kccompanied:Miss Eieanora Aldridge to Bellingham Stday. Albert Kamm :@asin Arlington Monday as his Wife:urideweht a serious:operation that d/ty. it is reported  t0"be cancer and- Mrs. Kamm isHn a very.weakened con- dition: '   ......... " " .... Mrs. Jack Conderman of Mon- roe came up FHlay and, Visited her relatives, the Stevefis, :Al- dridge:Land Fry families on Sun- day. :Mr. Condermn and: children I Came; u and Were dinner guests Idf Mi ". hd Mrs: L!C.; Fry. They all returned' to: Monroe that iday. [ Franl Smith/tb0k Mrs. Win In- man an Mrs. J: K, P."Allen to the'Congregation cvhurch in Ar ............... ..... • .... Arlington Monday and went on lington Tuesday evemng :of!last t" Ever- ]th ts Peter: O,- 'me ivnsses Anna Lunnum, AR- •: ' " " e::" • . ...... lug: aDOU nor p nslon, got Fjerhe and Kntrt Lunnum. all , M-AT: .trl. tf "l-,n Arl st .::2:s r O:ptrhi e ?v :aWo 2r; sp:d t: hngt  2t unsd ihe]a  vlrie homes here • " ..... : " - ..... -: • • • • . I Twentg-three relatwes were pres- Milton Furness accompanied bye:/A,:. ' ..... , ::.  . : Mrs :John Furness and Mrs "'H,I- ""  nr H "'i sw --h " o- sick • • : "' 'J e y Oil ng ' or 0 K Lengsaoen motored t0 Everett' on SaturdF'evehg.:with ptt)maine amroay. " . . " . poisoning;'but'iS 'all right noW. imsses eese and ing spenz M-'- "-^'-d* is ill with thmr spring vacatmns at=chmr nneumoa,  "' ' homes here. ....  : ""  . =' • 1 $ Mrs P J 00alen visited rela. ,.,i^."r..,,,,, rives in Bellingham, Saturda$. GIGGUfl00ililI/G George J. Stever, former mane- "  .... ger of Silvana Trading Union; has accepted a position at the Bray- Mrs. A. W. stenborg and chil- ant store, dren, Arthur, Jr:; and Charlotte Gee. Anderson, has left for Oso t Of Seattle are Visitors for a few where he will be employed as aq days at the:CharleS/Carey home. clerk in• the general Store of that t " Nelson and Mlnnie Austin were place. J on the.sick, list last week with the Mss Selma Clausen, a student flu. of the Metropolitan Business-Col- lege in Seattle, was a week,end visitor at her home here. Messrs William and Louis Knutson have rented the R. Knut- on ranch and will take charge April 15th. Mrs. R. Knutson is staying at her home her for some time, Miss Marie Estby was a visitr at the A. A. Satrum home at Nor- man over the week-end. Miss Es- tby is employed in the Seattle .postoffice. Miss Bertha Sather of Everett E. Karlberg was a Seattle vis- itor several days of last week. " Mrs:  Alma:Rdek spent several dys lst" week.'in Seattle the guest of her granddaughter, 'Mrs. A. W. Stenbdrg:°i Mr.and;MrS,';.C.H. Swanson and Son, Lestef and Mrs. P: W. Vanassche and it/ughter, Jennie Marie were Sunday visitors at the Lines Engstrom ranch near Gran- ite Falls. " Mrs.& I. Austin was an Arl- ington visitor Wednesday. J. C. Fteming bf Seattle was an was a week-end visitor at the home of Mrs. Dora Sather. 2krHn00toa 00;imt00 Published Every Thursday By THE ARLINGTON PTG. CO. Entered at the postoffice at Arl- ington, Washington, for trans- mission through the mailg as second class matter C. L. MARSH, Editor YER[IA HEI6HTS • 'Th:e mountain beaver are quite numerous and troublesome in "his neighborhaad, bi*t we • look foi" relief: as: Walter P,ettin'gill is go- ing .after them with traps• H. C. Scovel has plowed up his Loganberry plants. H. O. Hutton has purchased a quantity of them and will try his luck in growing" thisvariety .of berry. Mr. Eckenbery and family vis- ited at McMurray and Mont- borne Sunday. Jas. Seen{ten is preparing a piece of new ground which he will devoate to potatoes, planting the Multnomah variety with which i he had good luck last year. OSO NEWS Will Muller is ill at his par, ents' home with scarlet fever. We Sincerely hope a-speedy recovery€ A Grange party was given at' the hall Saturday night. Speeches on co-operation were given by Mr. LaFlambouy of Silvana and Mr. Lehan of Seattle, who is with the Associated Grange.Warehouse Co., and Mr. Bloxham, who has managed the Oso store for past four years.-Mr. Anderson-will be. our next manager and Mr. Stubb clerk. They took charge April lt Jack:.Davis had'the misfortune to loose two new tires and all the tools of his car by a heft; dis. covered Sunday morning. We are sorry to lose our neigh- bors, Mr. Forrest Hopkins arid! ! MinnesOta Honor, ]: overnight erett Visitc uest at the A. M, Jar- at Warm Mrs. ; her little "Donald Van V011tenburg/ urned home froni the hostel last week and is t tle Creen home• " J..V. g0hnoi has.leased his ranch he a,h:s mo-ed to Mt. Vernon• GRAHD :VtEW ds :m'ri:: : : r e Plea ultAf  ,'. u Cha g I A mn •ivin the name of Wlb ham Hussey,'p. 0 o, was arrest- ] ed Thursday ::,b, Deputy Sheriff ! 3. Pay you $5o per month for life; and 4. Pay $5,ooo tO your beneficiary when you die 5. If disability involves"t6ss'of limbs or:sight-as a o result of accident, the company will pay you 1 .t $5,0oo in cash, imraediately, in :addition to all ,, other benefits, o,.,,, 26, in the, paonage of the Nor- ,c, [In case of temporary dlsab|llty, as a result of either sickness or accident, the €ompany will pay you $25 per wegian..Lutldran, church at Ev. week for a limit of 52 weeks.] " • .... erett: The-ceremony'was perform- ed by :Rev. C. H. Norgaard. ,The tL couple were :attended by-Mr, and Mrs, • Olaf Madsen, brother-in- ;i![[ IN NCE € ............ law and Sister of the. bride. Fol- [:i,,!!iti • (omez.aJo . lowing the :•ceremony Mr. and !iil SEATTLE BRANCH OFFICE: 333032 | / Mrs..udeen left,for Seattle, re- WHITE HENRY STUART BUILDING  W ' t'urning 0nSunday to Grand View " : where they Will make their home. Jerry Lingo, Rein Agent • Mrs. R.L. the ells Lord, of ]On Monday   eVenin  ,•theywere (Minn.) Mirror and now preMdent J chaHvariedand by about 50. friendsnum. Arlington, Wash:  of the Minnesota Editorial Assoeia- | ONe 8F:AI G S.,:$RNIST: COMPANIES ..... tion, is theto that ofce, infirst womanthSt •ta ''everelected' ,: :il l_ o f:-,ndighb0rs;- intPddi,g aA!ingd n _people, .all of / Fred Plymalem a. charge of hav- ing insul,wol{ttle girls, a'ged 7 and 8, of TriP, on. ,The man was taken, to.Eebtt where he pleaded guilty bfor¢:.. justice William Sheller Wh0 sentenced him to six months, in,jaLI4ussey it is stat- ed., had. ofe'd, .the' girls a ride home from sthool two days in succession,an omthesecond day behaved in: a disgracgful manner. Thethird day,.ithe mother of One of the girls,ling uneasy, went to the Scho0Louse to escot;t the giIs home, She kept at a distance t0"see what -ould happen. Hus- soy Was iyin.in wait for the girls,-but as: riley:did not come to him he drove i'0wn the road, pus, ng .them. Then turning his car, r0und:.he .t back toward,t era, stoppin as he met them. t He was altt to persuade the} girls to-ent.e ithe car :when he mpther appeaed. When she aP- proached-tliear, the man speed- ed away towas Arlington. How- ever, she.got.hls license number and immed:iy, telephoned Mar shal Emerson:!iLater the same car was seen goifig toward Darring- ton. The mother again telephon- ed Marshal' Emerson, and then. to 0so with in'structions to stop and hold the man until the sheriff ar- rived. It developed that Hussey hd:recentl:?'.iurchased a garage in Oso and has a wife and two children .in S.tanwood. Miss: Lillie.:Rasmussen, daught- er Of Mrs. Grrie Marie:.Rasmus. sen ,of Eas/'tanwood; and Mr. John udeen of this place were quietly married ThurSday, March J. C. CARPENTER, Business Mgr. Consolidated With the Arlington Chronicle (vet. IV., No. 18) April 3, 1915 whom were invited in and enjoy- ed dancing to a three-piece or- chestra. An unusually large crowd at- tended the auctioh sale held on the Julian place Tuesday of last week. Cars were parked solid on both:sides of the road extending about a quarter of a mile. Several persons from. this •neighborhood attended, some of whom return- "ed empty-handed, owing to the brisk bidding. Make a Comparison Before You Buy Clothes Look around. You will not find better suits at anything near the price we ask you for slden- (lid quality. That is why we invite comparison, and ask yon to see lhem. Extremes for the ymma' men and conservalive models for lnen of mature years. (tonic in today. CAPPS 100 PER CENT PURE WOOL Hand-'Tailored Clothes have two guarantees', behind them, or your money back. Our own and that of the makers. Style, quality and lasting' wear at present day low prices. $30, $35, $40 Peterson & Chatten Moran Bldg. • The Fred Solberg family are he# -t .t. -t t -t. ! -e. ! -t P removing to their own home this week.:They have resided on the 00oa" i!00iA00 rag soaKea w]m Kerosene Mr. iiohn Lind, Fred Solberg, :  r,., Swan Landberg and GuSt Bl°°m'l;I will remove the di, t from your ,'umfing boards ,tn,1 ! urdayqU'ist ;vere0n business.in Granite. FalIs Sat-i, floor boards and nmke then] 'look like ne,.- . Mrs. John Nelson and baby l' Sit Florence, speiat Thursdaywith'_ C,ty Garage Mrs. i: A.Van Zandt. " . Mr/: and Ms. Oscar Oquist were hosts at:a delightful din-I: nerSundaY/Mr.:.:,and Mrs. WalfridThe guests included GE0. MURPHY, Prop. Mr. and Mrs. Gust Blo, omquist; Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Nelson and'' strengthen the belief of every Mr. and Mrs. Ole Jackson. ous contests. ] Mrs. Silbough's topic for the :nember of the W. C. T. U. that Ab6uFfour inches of snow was lafternoon was Chnstmn Ctzen- reported at the Stimson camp Sat= ] ship:,, Among other striking state- urday; Twoinches fell here. ] merit's, she said: "If 'you want law enforcement don't elect wet INTERESTING W,:i, T,U, MEET AT SILVANA Mrs. Lillian Vincent, State Presi- dent PreidesFine Addresses by Mrs. Silbaugh, Prof. Myk- land, Judge Alston and-Others Three Sessions Held. The W. C. T. U. convention held at the Lutheran Free church Wed- nesday, March 26th, was a great sueEess: Three sessions were held and preMded over by Mrs. Lillian Vin- cent, state president of W. C. T. U) The morning session included the following numbers: Morning  Session Opening hymns by audience; rayer and devotion, Rev. B. Bles- sum, pastor of local Lutheran resmen, y Mrs, Smith, county )residgnt of W: C. T. U.; "Law BUret'cement," Mrs. Silbagh; vo- =el :'duet, Mrs. Iver Botten and Sylvia Norton; discussion and ex- planation of Loyal Temperance Legion ad, d, Sunday Schoal Pledges, by Mrs. Lillian Vincent; noontide prayer, led by Mrs. Sil- bough; national organizer of W. C.'T.' U. Afternoon Session Hymns, audience; devotion, Roy: G. Blessum. A discussion on Temperance and good citizenship instruction as introduced iiito the state schools by Mrs. Preston, Supt. of Public Instruction, was conductr edby Mrs. Manly and was fol- lowed by the showing of posters made by grade and high school students in _different  schools throughout the state. These post- ers illustrated the effect of nar- cotics and liquors upon the hu- man heart and mind. Mrs. Manly expltined 'that a state and na- tlbtial poster contest is to be launched April 1st. Local, county, state and national prizes will be awarded t0 the winners of vari- [Frer, ci,, Champ:Here -,] ! !:!.'.. ..::<:?;!::::#i Edward Mascart, Europe's 126 poun&ktng; t s |n'tfie U. S. to meet the wihnr of Johnny Dundee-Kid Kaplafv ibout for' ' the world'g featherwt chamRionship; officials In the days gone by when we voted the Prohibition ticket, our slogan was 'Votd as you Pray'Let's do the same to day" Evening Session Opening hymns and devotions, led by Rev. H. B. Wogter, pastor of local Lutheran church. Mrs. Vincent, state Pres,, W. C. T. U., explained *hat "Depart- ment Work" or plans for more in- tensive work of each department in connection with the W. C. T. U. organization, was the main ob- ject in holding this convention. Prof. A. A. Mykeland of East Stanwood addressed the meeting with "Good .Citizenship" as his topic. The five attributes of a "good citizen" according to Mr. Mykland's are character, honesty, industry, loyalty, intelligence• Special music was rendered by prohibition is a success and not a failure as many would have it understood. A vocal duet was rendered by Mrs. and Miss Botten. The last number of the even- ing session was a talk by Mrs. Silbough, who explained very thoroughly "The Child Labor Amendment." The doxology was sung in clos- ing a very interesting convention. STILL RURAL ATTACHMENTS "Hello Jed. I hear you sold your farm and plan on leaving these parts." "Yep. I'm going to move to the city and join the Country Club." THE UNANSWERED AD Wanted: Able-bodied folks to demonstrate that hard work s good for one. FOR OVER 40 YEARS HALL'S CATAH.ItH MEDICINE hgs been used successfully in the treatment ol Catarrh. .... ,, .... 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