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[:>;da.y, h![arch 17, ].9:]2 SNOHOMISH COUNTY FORUM l I ' OF INTEREST i i T I ........... ':'[ S.A. l)urgin Sl,Vnt the day in Ev. ercL Friday v:.:;iting friends. / ! PERSONAL ITEMS J ........... ---lloases for Sale or Rent. See D. P. Forrest I 0-24p Mrs. 1t. E. Jewell was hostess ,to the Penny Club Tuesday evenirn@. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Marke] of Arling- ton spent Sunday at the Lester home. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Talbert and daughter Geneva and Mrs. Lulu Tis- Mr. a'nd Mrs. A. R. Curtis were in Everett on business T.uesday. The Gran'e Auxiliary met with Mrs. John Westin at her hmne north- v,,cst o]:" Granit,e Tuesday aftet,n..on. Mr. and Mrs Ed Mew were Sun- day dinner g-uests o1' Mr. and Mrs. pital in Everett, Fr!,::,. Vm. Mehmg. I ] Mrs: Lulu Tissue enter.tained the Mr. and Mrs. W. J. N orto of Scat- Social Eight at her home Friday af- tle visited at the E. R. Forn,er home ternoon. Tuesday and W'edn.esday of this week. Miss Ilene Sumner and Miss Dor/s Mrs. Ewart and daughter Cather- Peer visited at the home of Mrs. ine c,f Everett visited at the home of Anna Hermon in Everett Saturd:y. Mis Anna Pugh Thursday evening. Morris Thompson came home rom Seattle and spent the week end with his parents Mr. and Mrs. George D. Thompson. . ........ :. _ 2 Bethel Chapter O. E. S. will serve Far Sale-- Guernsey heifers; jusT, bark, saline compound (called Ad:t,,: a l)Ot luck dinner .o members anti fre,sh. $50 Inquire Howarth Service iika. their families al their hall Thursday } bt, atl,m. Adlerika br}mgs out. p:.d..,m}s y.a- m,-/.. March 2,1th at 6:30 o'clock. , I -- i:' hm,ght were in 7aur system. " TWO MEALS DAY BEST you are nerwms, can't deep,  ,,,t Mrs. Lacy Burril anti Mrs. Marie FOR STOMACH TROUBLE [gas, it will sut';:r],,ic yo:t. Adlerika t,t ]Crawford visited Mrs. E. A. Matson, who is a patient a,t the General llos- rains no harm2:.: dru2:. Get T= E.; .... : Skin ,'n,, meal and drink water in- by tomorrow you feel the w onderf:# L::d. Wa, h out stomach and bowels leach mtrrning by drinking water with effect of this ..... :':..,. ,., . - spoenful of simple glyee,rin, buckthorn cdyCaseade Drug S. re. I P thfi d ,o T|me-Tested Ne, w, Weldy a n er Ri,h, f,o= w,,.,,.,o., v. c |s now oered tO you alon s with YOUR CHOSEN HOME PAPER By a favorably arrangement we are able to send you tka ohl reliable family weekly, The Pathfinder, in eom,M,uttio: / with this paper, at a price never before equaled. There i. nothing like The Pathtlnder anywhere Th ltol b notlfing equal to it at any price. Over a ' million people take it and sweat" by t. It : ' takes the place of periodicals costing ,.>eterat times as much. News from all ovur the Mr. and Airs. Wm. Melang nd son Frank visited in Everett Friday. s,up were Everett visitors Saturday. Mrs. Win. Wood is quite ill at her h..m:e in the north part of tawn. Mr. rand Mrs. A. R. Curtis and daughters Mary and Jose]hine and M. Heath anti son who have 'been Mr. Lute Curtis visited Mrs. Alzoa living in Everett the past few rLonths Curtis in Sn,ohomish Sunday. Mr. were visiting in Granite one day last Lute Curtis will remain in 8nohomish week. with his mother for some time. Mr. anti Mrs, W. W. Stage of Der- ringer spent last Thursday in Grauite The R, N. A. will hold a card party at their hall Saturday evening March 19th, to which the pblic is cordially invited. Mr. and Mrs, W. A. Tal'bert enter- taloned at dinner Monday evening Mrs. Anna Toole of Seattle, Mr. ad Mrs. Frank Brush and daughter June, Mrs. Ida Brush. Miss h'ene Arbuckle and ZNNNN:0aa:N.NNN.'N.NNNNNNNNNNNNNNNN Falls. " ,gr' Mr. John Harton is spending some August Brush. HOT or COLD DRINKS time in Seattle at the home of his The Granville Gra,nge auxilinry X elShcw Albert Ke,ifer. ---- "Must sell two cows. Hay ahnost [met at the home of Mrs. J. Westin S Ca 3; [gone. Cheap for cash. Write Dexter tirne,TUe'day the and, Aux. of course, had has.a nleeThe rue Bros. Granite Falls, or phone 36R4. ws always i M.10-17 next meeting will be at the Grange N hall on April 5th. " Tobacco Cigars  e N Mrs. A. K. Curtis entertMned the] ) , Bridge Club at: her home Wednesday Granville Grange is expecting a '  evening, large d.clegation from Frtmch Cre,ek IV * Magazines  g N ",  PALACE OF SWEETS Granite Falls, Washington iIHzHsHSIf SHHSH31HZNS2illIHIHHH|HHSHSHSHSH|HSHSHHSH " "[lV[ ANB LiT LIVE" 0 Support Your Own Community H tl =t Ig H Gtl H iN 1,9 D - SPECIALS N N e N N =a Chili Con Carne, 2 cans ........................................ 25c Macaroni 4 lbs ..................................................... 19c = Large White Beans, 7 lbs for 23c . Choice Dried Apricots, 1 lb, 15c Dairy Gold Milk, 4 cans for .................................... 27c N Large Package Swift Arrow Soap Chips and 1 can Sunbright, both for ............................ 28c Large Can Sweet Potatoes .................................... 15c If New Patterns in Fast Colored Prints Regular 19c value for, per yd ........................ 17/z And our Regular Soecial on MANNINGS YELLOW LABLE COFFEE z M Chappell ! ,, M. E. Mr. and Mrs. F.A. Walz and daughter Wanda motored to Evere'tt Saturday on business. grange r.z their regular meeting on March 23d. The Grange exp.e, ets a :arge crowd on that evtming as it will be open meeting for any one interest- ed in Grange activities. H i|H|H|H| H|H|NZHIIHIfHSH%HNH,N'tI%HSHZH%H%HH|H|HSH%N|H| 00There. is a Difference00: i Between Twedh-de-de and Twedh-de-dum G H 31 211 H Did you ever hear that old expression? It is a condition we often find in the banking   business. When a man wants to borrow some money he nee- i er has trouble finding time to get to the bank, but when time comes for payment there is always some good excuse that keeps him away. He don't want to lose the time or the car is broke down or something is the matter. M A prompt attention to a note due will help keep a man's credit in a satisfactory condition, and a man's credit is worth a lot to him always. Granite Falls State Bank At your service since 1907 A bumper crowd attended the dnee at Granville Grange hall last Saturday night. Mrs. Lillis Callaghan who has heen in Arlington the past month, re.turn- ed to her home Sunday. Clifford Horn and Alene McCoy visited at the Brooks home in Sno- homish Tuesday evening. Mr. and h's. Lundberg of Jordan visited at the home ,o their son Ed. Lundberg Thursday. Mrs. Byron Epperson of CentraUa spent the week with her sister, Mrs Lester, returning home Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Westlund o Getchell visited Granville Grange Wednesday evening. Mrs. Mary Welch of Evm, ett is spending the week with her daughter Mrs. W. H. Hill. Mr. nd Mrs. Grant of Sunnysid,e visited their daughter Mrs. Ed. Lund- berg Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Wood o,f'Seattle visited his parents Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Wood Tuesday. Mrs. H. E. Je.w.ell was hostess to .the Em,broidery Club Wedn,esd.ay. A 1 o'clock luncheon was served and the aftenn.oon spent doing needlework. Mrs. Harvey Van Natter who is quite ill was taken to the hospital Wedne,sday. Mrs. W. J. Nor,ton of Seattle and Mrs. E. R. Forner w, ere callers at the home of Mrs. Anna Pugh Tuesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. A. Howarth and daughter Mildred spent the day Sun- day at the A. Pennock home. in Ed- mands. Mrs. Nina Spithill .entertained the Dessert Bridge Clu'b at her home Thursday afternoon. The Misses Avis and Catherine Ewart of Everett visited Mrs. F. E. Branner. Fr/day evening. Mrs. Tom Kelley of Aberdeen vis- ited her mother Mrs. Mary Kelley Monday. Mrs. Mary K,alley who has been very ill for several days was removed to the hospital at Monroe Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs, Win. Melang enter. tained a few freids t tleir home west of town Wednesday evening. Mr. and ,Mrs. Ira Thompson of Lake Stevens called on Grandma Moore Sunday aftertton. Th,eodore Westi,n and wife of Seat- le who have been spending the. past few weeks visiting his parents Mr. and Mrs. John Westin, left We&nesday for Montana where th,ey expect to spend a year with her parents. PAPER and Paper Hangino Reasonable Prices--Prompt Service Lbor room $2.50 up. 25% discount on paper. Nice line of samples. 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