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September 24, 1924     Stillaguamish Valley Pioneers
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T3KE ARLINGTON T:I:ES, I HURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1924. ..... .:..:...-..:..-..:..:..:......-..:., .:......:..:..., * LOCAL BRIEFS "" @ .:. Mr and Mrs. Walcott spent Sunday in Sedro-Woolley. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Jensen spent Sunday in Stanwood. Dr. E. C. Leach was in Seattle on Monday. Mr and Mrs. Earnest Pollow were among those who attended the round-up at Pendleton, Ore. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Clyde are now located in the Fowler apart- ment on Burk street. Mrs. Robert H. Allen and daughter Winnifred arrived Mon- day from Ronald to join their husband and father, Rev. Allen. Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Stave are the happy parents of a fine baby boy born Sunday, September 14th, this being their third child. Mrs. Hiram Foster returned last week from Vancouver, B. C. bringing with her little Miss Shir- ley Ann, her month-old daughter. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Woods and Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Townsend were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Fer- rell of Edgecomb. Mrs. William Spoerhase left at this office recently some except- ionally fine Gravenstein apples grown on their ,premises at the west town limits. Mr. Ed Grace of Startup motor- ed down Sunday to take his wife and wee daughter home with him. Mrs. Grace has been the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hatley. Grand Chancellor Ira A. Clark of Walla Walls, who has been making official visits to K. of P. lodges, addressed the local lodge Thursday evening. A marriage licensle notice in Herald on Monday evening re- ports a license issued to Hugo Nordstrom, 30, and Josephine Winkler, 17, both of Arlington. Mrs. Rose Armstrong, who has been visiting her daughter and other relatives in Seattle for two weeks is expected home today. Mr. and Mrs. August Cyra have ourchased a ten-acre farm at Buckley and will make it their home. The first copy of the Arlington High School News will be dis- ,tributed Wednestly, Oct. 1st, Leslie Hay announces. It is await- ed with interest. Mr. and Mrs. G. G. Frenceh had as guests last week their daught- er-in-law, Mrs. George Smith of Seattle and her daughter, Enid Joyce Smith District meeting of the Knights of Pythias Lodges will be held at Arlington Friday, Oct. 3rd. Ward Bowman will preside as president of the convention. n .... ---'l| Mrs. Harry John Miller of Ev- Il erett has been secured by the Civic Club to speak here on Sat- urday, Nov. 1. Her address will be on the referendum and initia- s A Position of Trust! Both the banker and the druggist hold positions of trust in every community. The prescription in the hands of a druggist should be as inviolable as a check or other valuable papers in the hands of a banker. When you bring your prescriptions to this store you always get what the doctor ordered. In these modern limes the drug store has developed into a kind of a department store. We are still old-fash- ioned enough to consider our prescription department the most important feature of our business. Come here and let us stock your medicine cabinet with simple home remedies. It may save you hundreds of times the expense. This you know--is the age of "Pre- vention" of sickness. Cady Drug Co. "Reliable Druggists" Let Us Fill Your Prescriptions Ill II II II II II H II II II II II II H I! II H H II II II II II II II II II II II II II II II II II II H II 1 Miss Theresa Weimer leaves Sunday for New Westminster, B. C., where she will attend St. Ann's academy of which her aunt is Mother Superior. Mrs. Agnes Hovey, who has been spending the summer in Everett and Tacoma, expects to return to Arlington about October 1st. The first card party of the sea- son to be sponsored by the Civic Club will be held at the Commer- cial Club rooms Tuesday, Sept. 30. Bridge and "500" will be played. Admission including refresh- ments, fifty cents. Everyone in- vited. Details cop.cerning the marriage of William Phister and Miss Ma- rie Markham of Arlington which occurred in Seattle last Thursday are lacking as the newlyweds have not returned from their wedding trip. "Anyway they have our very best wishes for future happiness. Arthur deSoucy has taken over the confectionery lately owned by "Dad" Kendall and has added a card room in the rear which has been quite comfol'tably fitted up and nicely decorated Mrs. Martin Beam, who was called east to Grand Rapids, Mich., about two months ago, on account of the serious illness of her mother, returned Tuesday, her mother having passed away early in September: Mrs. Tom Amli entertained at dinner Sunday Mesdames Ander- son, Hanning, F. Johnson, Shan- non, Fingarson and Borseth; also Misses Grace Johnson, Ruth Shan- non, Elverne Fingarson and Helen Hanning. STYLE00PLUS 00CLOTHES l Just what the name impliessle plus quality. Styleplus fabrics are all.wool--the fashionable colors weaves and patterns that give the designer and the tailor the chance to create distinction. Young men--we have the proper thing for you, all the latest fashion touches. Conservative dressers--we give you stylish dignity, built on Styleplus quality. Made by Henry Sonneborn &. Co., Inc., Baltimore, Md. Popular prices always. See Styleplus before you buy clothes. Pay us a visit! $25 l0 $40 WARREN & GUSTAFF ............ IflHI I 1 _ " I " "1 1. . .r H I II Ha tive measures to be voted on by the people at the election on Tuesday, Nov. 4th. The public is in,ited. Friday evening the mixer in honor of the Freshmen of 1924 will be held in the gym at the High school. The Sophomores will do the decorating, the Juniors will serve refreshments and the Seniors will conduct the initia- tion. A good time is anticipated by all the students except the Freshmen. A card 'party will be given Thursday evening in the Catholic social hall. It will be in the na- ture of a farewell to Father Fitz- geralt! as this is the last opportu nity of assembling with him. Mrs. Suttles, Mrs. Bertilson, Mrs. Boi- vin and Mrs. Donahue is the com- mittee in charge. The public is in- vited to attend. A wind and a dust storm, one of the worst known at this time of year, enveloped the round-up, grounds at Pendleton the first day of the show, rain in torrents soak- ed the grounds the second day but-the third and las day was a beautiful day of sunshine and freshened air The Arlington del- egation stayed Rout and are now on their way home, some arrivi,g as early as Tuesday. It is noted with some satisfac- tion by the housewives of Arl- ington that two magazine agents, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Shepherd, have been placed under arrest at Burlington. This couple canvass- ed the town of Arlington several days last week and caused a great deal of annoyance by their per- sistance and impertinance. They were arrested for an alleged at- temlJt to beat their room rent. The semi-annual board meeting of the County Federation of Wo- men's Clubs will be hem in the Y. W. C. A. rooms Monday, Sep. 29, and will be attended by Mrs. L. C. Palmer, county president, and Ms. M. H, Cordz correspond- ing secretary. The date will be set -it this meeting for the fall meet{ng of the County Conven- tion at Snohomish. E. R. Manly, optician, states that within a few days he will be ready to take care of his custom- ers at his new place of business opposite the postoffice. The build- ing which he recently purchased has been thoroughly renovated and remodeled, affording quite pleasant and convenient quarters. Mr. Manly has also, installed new equipm [l enable him take ed at :the home of her sister, Mrs. W. T. Dilley, last Thursday after- noon by members of the local Union of the W. C. T. U. After a shot ,busiress session, Mrs. Johnstone was in charge of the program in her usual haipy man- ner. Dainty refreshments were served to the following ladies: Mrs. W. F. Martin, Mrs. C. Glad- son, Mrs. S. G. Buell, Mrs C. L. Marsh, Mrs. R. L. Johnstone, Mrs. G. G. Frenech, Mrs. H. W. Baker, Mrs. Wm. Blair, Mrs. Mary Lar- son, Mrs. Brooks, Mrs. Hay, Mrs. G. Lown and Mrs. Henry Gay. larguerie Krauskoff was agreeably surprised by a large number of High School students Friday evening. Music, dancing and games were enjoyed until 11 o'clock when refreshments were serve& ThoSe .present were Mil- dred Kelly, Edna Cole, Aletha Thomas, Mabel Bloxham. Elea- here Iles, Lena Hollingsworth, Novelle Nettles, Kathryn Kraus- kerr, [onica Krauskoff, J?.ohn Wendell, Gifford Thompson, Fred Verd, Ellsworth Satra, Raymond Hansen, Wesley Colbon, Leslie tIay, Fred Mahoney, George Pres- ton, Hdward Palmer, Charles Let- .on, Claire Matteson and Lloyd deSoucy. Chapter I, of P. E. O. Sister- hood met Friday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Gee. Lown. During (Advertisement) WE ARE AS OLD AS OUR NERVES, SCIENTISTS SAY An Austrian scientist contends that ag{ng is largely a matter of nerve failure. If nerve force ebbs early iri' life, he says, we begin to grow old, though still young in years; While a renewal of nerve functioning often banishes the most distressing symptoms of se- nility, even at an advanced age. Perhaps this helps to explain why so many old and 'prematurely aged persons say they feel re- freshed and energetic after using the recently discovered korex treatment. The letters written in praise of korex would fill a large book. Al- though the compound has been available to the public only a short time, thousand. of men and women already have put it to the test, reporting results which in many instances, are truly remark- able. If you are weak, nervous, run down and desfpondent, you can now get a regular-size, full strength treatment of korex com- pound from the Arlington Drug Co. The compound is warranted to contain no dope or habit form- ing drugs. Ask about it today. It may prove to be exactly what you have been looking for. 'the business meeting it was de- cided to have a Silver tea for the benefit Of the Library. The tea will be held at the home of Mrs. R. L. Johnstone with Mrs. L. C. Palmer in charge of the program. Mrs. E. M. Adams read a splen- did paper on "Our State Institu- i tions." Mrs. Lown served delici- I ons refreshments to the following i members: Mesdames Otto Bluem- I ke, Win. Handley, R. L. Johnstone, S. G. Buell, Ward Bowman, E. M. Adams, W. F. Martin, Robert Mansfield, E. E. Mose, L. C. Palm- er, H. Murray, T. C. Wilson and Mrs. Cora Reed. Mrs, E. M. Adams with Mrs. E. E. Mose as assisant hostess, entertained the members of the Fidielity at her home Tuesday afternoon In spite of the unpleas- ant weather there was a good at- tendance: Bowls of yellow merri- golds placed about the rooms were so full of color as to cause the guests to forget the gloomy syies outside. After a short busi- ness meeting bridge was played. Mrs. Adams, assisted by Mrs. Mose, served dainty refreshments at four o'clock to the following ladies: Mrs. Phillips, Mrs. Dunn, Mrs. Leach, Mrs. Cady, Mrs. John- stone, Mrs. Floyd, Mrs. E. E. Coe, Mrs. Kesling, Mrs. Starland, Mrs. L. C. Palmer, Mrs. Cordz and Mrs. J. H. Reed. Mrs. Pete Jensen was hostess at a delightful party Saturday af- ternoon When she entertained in honor of her son, Clifford's fourth birthday. The children played for an hour in Terrace Park and then returned to Mrs. Jensen's home where tle tame vas daintily yet abundarly spread for fourteen little folks. A color scheme of pink, blue and white was carried out in the dec- orations and the birthday cake. Clifford received many nice gifts. The children 'present were: Rob- bie, Tom and Paul Dunstan, Jack Gray, Dorothy Bundt, Walter Flint, John, Anna and Roderick Cyra, Frankie Church, Monica Krauskoff, Leonard and Virginia Wallitner and Clifford Jensen. Mrs. Jensen served tea to the fol- lowing additional guests: Mrs. Rick Gray, Mrs. Joe Hopkins, Mrs. Cyra and :Mrs. Krauskoff. Freeman Melville of Stanwood transacted business in Silvana Tuesday enroute with a large load of veal for Seattle. CLASSIFIED FOUND--A 34x4 cord tire, Sept. 17 between Cicero and Cavano crossing. Owner can recover by paying for Adv. John Maxwell, 1148 Gilman; phone 1503 sale. Thos. Despres, phone 1014. 6-WEEKS-OLD PIGS for sale. Ed. Eylander, R. 3; phone 23R21. FOR TRADEMaytag Electric Washer, nearly new, for good milk cow. Mrs. Beulah Bost- wick, Trafton ; opposite Ryan Falls. FURNISHED HOME for rent, with use of piano, 1228 Rail- road Ave, next Electric Co. transformer. Mrs. Duxbury. FOR RENTSteam Heated of- flee rooms; first-class condi- tion, in fir-proof building. either single or by suite; also one good-sized store room. Lor- ne A. Hake & Co., Hake office bldg. A DESIRABLE GOVERNMENT; Millions now living will never die---come and hear these t@p- ics discussed by H. S. Perry, Robertson hall, Arlington, Sun- day, Sept. 28, 2:30 p. m. Seats free; no collection. Internation- al Bible Students' Association. LOST--Crooked-handled walking cane, burnt fir. Finder please :-- 1 ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ..... SIXTY--.and no regrets Age should have its compensations. It should be free from all worries and respon- sibilities of younger years. There should be no financial worriesand there are none for the man who during producing years spent less than lie earned and banked the difference.. At any age, it is neither too soon nor too late, to be moderate in all lhingsand happy. LET US EXPLAIN THE MANY WAYS THIS BANK CAN SERVE YOU ARLINGTON STATE BANg call phone 51, E. R. Manly, op- tician, opposite ostoffice. FOR SALE ---Colt acetylene gas lighting system with pipe and fixtures. Ole Reinseth, R1, Ar- lington; phone 12F3. FOR RENT-- Eight-room fur- nished house; rental reason- able. M. Miller, Gilman ave., city. FOR SALE 54-inch square sol. id-oad extension table and 4 at 1140 Gilmore. Phone 1102. FIVE DANDY LOTS in Arling- ton; all cleared, no assess- ments, fine location; $75 each as long as they last. Gilbert An- derson. FOR SALE--6 and 7 weeks old pigs. J. A. Berg, 1 mile west Island school; phone 16F33. DRY OLD-GROWTH Fir Wood for sale. Fred Severson, phone 1431. ROOM AND BOARD for two; Also small range, almost new, and a Singer sewing machine for sale at bargain. Mrs. M. E. Brownlee, just east of High school; phone 1372. PIANO instructions. Marguerite Goff. Studio 722 Railroad ave- nue; phone 1221. FOR SALE--Maytag electrical Washer, $80; Torrington elec- tric sweeper, $35; 72-inch in- laid linoleum, 18 yards $18; in- grain rug $3.00. Mrs. Beulah Boa'twick, North Fork Road, op- posite Ryan Falls. FOR SALE -- Guernsey Bull,. about 5 months old: a highly recommended animal. Price $45. Olc K. ttusby, R. 1, Arlington; phone 16F12. ROOM AND BOARD for two; also small range, almost new and a Singer Sewing machine for sale at bargain. Mrs. M.E Brownlee, City. FOR SALEVetch and Red Rus- sian Winter Wheat, recleaned, free from mustard. Sow now for early spring feed; also 6-weeks- 0}d pig , ey0ur houlte, . las ;tile, R: "I.' ...... STRAYED on nw premisees about 5 or 6 weeks ago, youig stallion, weight about 1050 lbs. Owner is hereby notified to claim animal and pay for keep and advertising, oherwise I shall take steps to dispose of same. Carl Westman, Jos. Miller place R4. WANTED  Cases of eczema, piles, skin disease, and open sores; prefer cases pronounced incurable. Price per jar $1; 6 jars for $5. Lorne A. Hake & Co., Hake Office building, Arl- ington, Wash. WANTEDVeal and Poultr. Can handle any quantity at all !times. Spot cash and Seal{tle market prices assured. Write to M. L. Brown, Box 232, Arling- ton. Wash. Will call. DRY ALDER WOOD for sale. Supply limited; order now. Ju- lius Real, R. 1; phone 15F4. WANTED--Veal and pork and beefe cattle. Call at my expense phone 5R4. I buy anything of valuewhat have you to sell? Leo O'Connor, R. 3, Arlington. The Fall Coa00;s A ze Be(00ui0000i]ul and Luxuri(,us Discriminating women are selecting their New Fall Coats NOW-- and wisely too, besause the mode is at its best when first it appears. Furriers have toiled over these first nmdels and put into them the best pelts of the season. Designers present their most treasured creations first to nsure the success of t, he season's .styles. So it is the woman who selects her NEW Coat NOW that gets the smartest mode and finds the greatest satisfaction in its wearing. Prices are exceedingly moderate this seasonthe price range be- gins at $15, $1c00.50 up to $ 50 More New Junior Coats Just In Special Values In Dresses at $190