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«E)EESOOH SERVICE ISS)BIIS]B]BII«1(S1
SUBSTANTIAL SAVING ON jf
a rffigaWYtffa DINING ®
gUHlin TABLES ■
To take care of our new nliv V of |*
r>lnln« Tahk>a thai are arriving |J
151 daily. e hnw to relleva our won- I
M pie floor of patterna we will not re- If
151 place. a'»l all table* «f which thera
fgl la one of a kind The pattern* aro l>
I | all of tho >lnl(ht Made of >■
[■] ottk anil flnlahed In the golden or |fi|
o[| j-' fun*sl flnlah. Itelow we give lint fg
ar l* of aiam iixj reductions: •■—'
C Regular ' Special. 5
j|| US.SO Oolden Oak $4 In. top. extend to Ift .......... 945.00 fi
SS MS 00 Kum«l Oak 41 In. top. extend to I ft ......... 933.00 r~
IS] $4l 00 Golden Oak. 4* In. top, extend to I ft. (.12.00 L
BItOOO OoMen l>ak. 4* In. top, extend to 4ft ..... 934.80 IS
IS: 00 Golden Oak. 41 In top. tilrnd to 6 ft. ISft.ftO
0 144 00 Kmmrd Oak, 45 In. top, extend 10 4 ft. ........ 931.85 ■
•44 00 Golden Oak. 4& in top. extend to 4 ft. *31.35
Ml |M 00 Fumed Oak 4A-«n top extend lu • fl I'. 1 1.SO l£
0 112 40 Pureed Oak. 45 In top. extend to 4 ft. ..........933.75 [J
lIISO Oold.n <<ak, 4Mn. top extend to 4 ft. ..........333.75 L
-0 110 00 Golden Oak. 42 In. top extend to 4 ft. 930.75 ■
__ ISO 00 Fumed (tak. 43 In top. extend to I ft. ..........930.75 __
B Our Usual Credit Extended on Purrha.se =
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151 ÜBKKAL CKKDIT EXTENDED [5
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g WHERE PIKE MEETS FIFTH =
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PISO'S!
A HOME INVESTMENT
Paget Sound Power & Light Company's
Five-Year Gold Coupon 8% Notes
Dated September 1, 1920; Due September 1, 1955
Sizes, $lOO, $5OO and $l,OOO
Dexter Horton Trust & Savings Bank, Trustee
Price $lOO and Interest—Yield 8 Per Cent
"
PVERY purchaser of these notes has the assurance that his
money remains in the community, to be a part of it, and aid
in its development. That is why this is a home investment It is a
local or home security, offered to local or home buyers for the aid
of community development
War years were lean years with the public utilities. They had
to forego development during that time. Now they.must endeavor
9 to catch up with community growth and keep pace with it
THIS COMPANY IS OFFERING GILT EDGE SE
CURITY ON SUCH UNUSUAL TERMS IN ORDER
THAT THERE MAY BE A LARGER PARTICIPA
TION BY PATRONS AND EMPLOYES IN THE
OWNERSHIP OF ITS UTILITIES.
These 8 per cent notes, running five years to maturity, are in de
nominations of $lOO, $5OO and $l,OOO. Limited amounts may
BE PURCHASED ON TERMS OF TEN EQUAL MONTHLY
PAYMENTS, the Company paying interest on the amounts
paid in.
This is one of the most attractive investments ever
presented in the Pacific Northwest
The security is unquestioned.
The interest rate unusually high.
It is a home investment in a home institution.
You may buy notes for cash or on partial payments.
It Is Your Opportunity
Full information may be obtained at any officc of this Company
CONSULT YOUR BANKER
Puget Sound Power &
Light Company
AM KM. lowa. Death at CSu\a
tiurua. N. T„ of Or. E. W. Btan
ton. rlca president of loda atate
roll era, reported her*.
MARYSVII.I.K, CM.—Half »
block of apartment ho<i»»« ilMtroyMl
by fir* of unknown ori«in
floryNarie
Fy EleamHPoTter
COPVRI9HT 19 ao
(4 ottliimral Fmm Salurdajl
Now, do jrou wonder thut I haea
barn rubbing my eyea and wondering
If I wmi really I, and If thle wan An
di-raom-llle* Fven now I m not auro
but It'a a drram. and 1 ahall wak«
up and find Oa gone to aleep on
ASPIRIN
Name "Bayer" on Genuine
"llayer l/hlel* of Aaplrln" la ganu-
Ina Aaplrin prefad aafe by mllllona
and prescribed by phyalclana for
over twenty year*. Accept only an
unbroken "Itayer paekW which
ronUklna propar direction* to r*4lava
Headache. Toothache, Rararha. Nau
ralgia. Kheunuitlam. CY.lda and Pain
Handy tin boxea of II tableta ooat
few cents. Druggtata alao aril larger
"llayer package* " Aaplrln la trade
mark Haver Manufacture Mono
ace tica< idea tee Of HallcyUcarld
THE SEATTLE STAR
tha ■ ara, and that the train la Juat
drawing Into th« atatlon, and lliat
John and tha horaew. and Aunt J;in»
In har I don't r*ri> how it-looka black
droaa are there to niM me.
• • a
One week later.
It lan t a dream !t'a afl really,
truly true -everything Father com
ln« to uml ma, Uia lovel uulotno
bile. and tha pretty lady In tha Ught
blue ilraaa. who klaard ma. And whan
I went downetalra tha next morning
I found out It waa real. »|i*. tally tha
pretty lady, fur aha klwnl tor again,
and wd aha hoped I'd |m happy
ther* And. aha never aald «na
word about dunting ona hour and
atud) lii| ona hour and Wording ona
hour «>f couraa. aha couldn't aay
anything about my dothea, for I waa
alreuUy IB a Mary blue gingham
dieea) She Juat told ma to atnuaa
myaelf any way I llkad. and aakl. If
I wantrd to. I might run over to wr
aratw of tha glrla. but not to make
any plana for tha aftamoon, for atia
•aa go>ng to taka ma to rlda.
Now. what do you think of that?
00 to aaa gtt la In the morning, and
taka a rlda -an automobile rlda!—ln
th» afternoon lu # Anderson villa!
Why, I couldn't b»ll'« my ear*. Of
couraa. I waa wild and • ragy with
delight but It waa all ao different.
Why, 1 baga it to think almoat U»al
1 waa Maria anil not Mary at all.
And Ha txan that way tha whola
wark through I've had a t»«utlful
lima. Iva barn mi Bgi ltad' And
mother la excited. to*. of couraa. 1
wrota har and told har all about It
right away. And aha wrota right
bark and wanted to know everything
—everything I could tall har, all tho
lll*.la things. And aha waa ao Inter
aatrd in Coualn tlrnce. and wtu t lad to
know all about harraald aha uever
li.-ard of har bafora. and waa aha
father'. own coualn. and bow old
waa aha. and waa aha pratty, an 4
waa fathar around tha houaa mora
now, and did 1 aaa a lot of htm? Hha
thojgbl from something 1 aald that
I did
I'va Juat baan writing har again,
and I could tall har mora now. of
couraa. than I could In that first
latter. J'va bran hara a whola waak.
and. of couraa. I know mora about
thing*, and hava dona mora.
I told har that Couain Grace
waan t raally Kathar'a coualn at all. |
ao it waan t any wonder aha hadn t
avar haard of har Hha waa tha
wlfa of Fathar'a third coualn who
want to South Ann Tina ail ya.ua
(Paid Advartlaan>*nU
1
■A
EDWARD L.
FRENCH
ntaa been ■ureeaafnl In builneaa
and also In atat* affair*—
REPUBLICAN
CwMiie for
LIEUTENANT
GOVERNOR
PRIMARY KIJWTTO*
HH»«eiilber 14, I**o
e 1
(Advertisement Paid for by
Mathea for Governor Club)
E.T.MATHES
Golden Rule Mayor of
Ilellingh&m
Candidate for the Demo
cratic Nomination for
GOVERNOR
President, State Normal
School, Bellingham, 1898-
1913.
Since 1913, sole owner
E. T. Mathes Book Co.
A fundamental demo
crat.
A thorough .progressive.
Earnest advocate of
rural life development.
A lifelong student of
social problems.
Did welfare work for
fifteen months,overseas.
ATTENTION
DEMOCRATS!
Nominate Dr. Mathes next
Tuesday, and he will win
for you next November.
ago anil rauaht tha fever ■nil died
there Ho thla Mm Whitney lent
r<wlly any relation of him at all.
Hut he'd etwuva known her. even
before ehe married hlx coualn; and
an, when fiT haahnnd died. and ahe
didn't have any home, ho aaknd bei
to come here.
I don't know why Aunt June went
awuy. but ahe'a hem gone 'moet four
montha now, they aav here. NrlUe
told ma. Nellie la tha maid—l mean
hired girl - here now II will keep
forgetting that Mary now and
inuet uae the Mary worda here.)
I told Mother that aha (t'uualn
'Jrnrel wea quite old. but not eo old
aa Aunt June. (1 aakad Nellie, and
Nellie aaJd aha gueeaeil ehe w.ia
thirty five, but aha didn't look a du>
over twenty five ) And aha le pretty
and everybody lovea her I think
even Father llkea to hava her around
better than he did hie own alater
Jane, for he aonieilmra etaya around
quite a lot now -after meala. and In
Die evening. I mam And that'a
what I told Mother Oh. of oourwe.
he eUII llkea hla etara the beat of
anything, hut not quite aa well aa he
uard to, mayha—not to give all hla
lime to them.
I haven't anything epacUl t<>
write. I'm Jtm having a beautiful
time. Of ooume. I mlaa Mother, but
1 know I'm going to have her ugwln
In Juat September I forgot to any
that Father la going to let me go
Iwck to echool again thle ahe«<!
; of hie time. Juat aa he did luat year
Ho you aer. really, I'm here only
• little bit of a while, a* It la now,
and It » no wonder 1 keep forgetting
1 am Mary.
1 haven't got anything new for
the love part of my atory. I atn
eorry about that. But there )«at
lan't anything, eo I'm afraid the book
n«vrr will be a love etory. anyway.
Of courwa. I'm not wltk Mother
now. ao I don't know whether there',
anything there, or not. but I don't
think there will km. And aa for
Father -I've pretty nearly given him
up. Anyhow, there never uaed to be
any atgna of hop* for me there Aa
for myaelf well, I've about given
that up too. I don't believe they're
going to give me any chance to have
.anybody till I'm real old probably
not Ull I'm twenty-one or two And
' I can't wait all that lime to flnlah
1 thta book.
e e e
On* Week I-ater
Thlnga are awrfullv funny her* thla
time. I wonder If It'a all Coualn
'lran® that makea It eo. Anyhow,
•he e Juat ae different aa different
con be from Aunt Jane. And thing*
are different, everywhere.
Why. I forget half tha Uma that
I'm Mary. Honeatly. t do. 1 try to
be Mary. I try to move quietly,
a peak gently, and laugh eoftly, Juat
aa Mother told me to. But before
I know It I'm acting natural again
—Juat like Marte, you know.
And I bellere It la Coualn Graoa.
She never look a at you In Aunt
Jane' a l>n amaard-at you way. And
■he laughs heraelf a lot, and alng*
ONSffIWK
PER ANNUM I
Compounded Scrai AnnuaUy I
la the leaat paid .".avrr* In tMa Aw«- I
elation (or mora than eight years B
In Our I
New Home Today I
Thia mamtni wr nf>enr<t for In oar B
coramodtaua new utrret floor quarter* ai SIS B
Second Avenue, near Marlon Nlrert, wtiere we B
will be (lad lo welcome our prewnt patrons and 8
mil Ummi dealrlng to |i«Ui4pal« tn earnings of Bj
thia Association. I
During the laat two year* our reaourrea and S
adlrlllM han ao greatly Iwrrawd that wt> I
la»Tn been compelled to obtain more adequate B
quart m, havin* In mtnd at the same time the B
greater oonvmienoe of our present and future 9
members. I

We are rnuly today to welcome you at onr B
new home where we have provided every farJl- B
Ity and convenience to arrvr you promptly, ef- B
flricntly and profitably. B
YOU ARK CORDIALLY INVITED TO I
BKCOME A BAVER IN THIS ASSOCIATION B
TRUSTEES H
thomah ». i.irrT georoe r. hannon k
HENRY R KING FERGUSON JANBEN Q
E. W. BHIL4-ESTAD KDOAR E. CUBHING M
WILLJAM I). COMER g
HDTDAL SAVINGS I
t»iNASS*CMII°N
II 615 SECOND M.' MAIN 7361|
The Rhodes Co.
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Special-5600 Yards of Fine Silks
I'pper Main Moor
A SPECIAL purchase of Plain Colored Silks which has just atyived and is
now on sale atrain offers us the opportunity to call your attention to
worth while savings, made possible by our principle of sharing with you
the economies which purchases of this character substantially afford. The
sale features:
36-inch Silk Taffeta 3 ft-inch Silk Crepe de Chine
36-inch Silk MenwUnc 36-inch Silk Printed Radium
86-inch Silk Satin 40-inch Silk Charvieuae
36-inch Silk Peau de Soie iO-inch Stlk Urea* Satin
In Black and Colors at
$1.45, $1.95, $2.95 $3.25 and $4.95 a Yard
Special—Satin Smart
Taffeta Ribbons Satin > SSeer * e and Velveteen
"ZrDRESSES AT $24.50
Klbbon Bor tlon haa la> m Second Floor
from tha regular atork 100 yard.
at I, IH and «H Inch SaUn
Taffeta Klbbon In Plain Light T IKK the modal aketched.
Blua, link. Roaa, Lavender. lj wrhlch U made of {
Copenhagen Blua, Shell. Nile, brawn aatln with three \ *
Hm'da. Ootd and Whll a tier plaited aklrt. all tha fT~
Formerly II 15. 11.10 and |1.7 i. Preaar. are made of apian- jJHF
Tureday. a /? D _ did quality- malarial which // /)
yard OOC 1* In keeping with tha V\ J
amartnaaa of tha etylea. a v J \
t # # combination raiulUng In ex- Njj 1 \
cepUon&l value. W V.
Men's Silk Ties- • • •
Special $1.35
Tha atyte aaaortmant die- I'li V' ( J[\
play a the Baaque. Uia IJV *,\
Main now normal »al«t lln#, pleatod / /f /
T«>«* k ... a a.— v.- i»klrt®. and tunic iikJrU and
HF. Mm a Section haa Jurt , h a / atrmUbt Una modal.;
received * ahlpment of a alao tha Moyen Age atyle, Kif
eprcinl purchaae comptialng 100 aduptatlona from Uie Mid- vI HI
Four-ln Hand Silk Tlee with Ute Agea. • \|^|n
Blip band* and wlda flowing S'l/ .jj£
ndt The aaaortmant Includea a a • ~~m. Wtf \\ ..
a aplmdld variety of colora and | j Uw
pnttafna which would aell. If I / |(7W
marked In the reguUr way. at The favorite fall ahadaa I Yi
t: 00 and 12 SO. While they of Black. Navy and Brown pd §r
laat, (1 OCr " ahown in aixea 1« to Jjl
choice at V 1 •OU 44. UB
and playa, tno~-raal pretty lively
tWnjf*. not Jui* hymn tunea. And
tha bou»« la different. Tbfr# if
four imnlnnu In the dinlnt-room
window, and the parlor la open every
day. The «ti flowera are there. but
U>« hair wr*ali» and the coffin plate
are gona Coualn Orar# down't
ilrraa Ilka Aunt Jan* either. She
warn pr«tty white and blue dreaara.
nnd her hair la curly and fluffy.
And ao I think an thla la why I
keep forffettlnff to be Mary. But. of
couraa. I understand that Father ex
I perts me to bn Mary, and »o I try to
I remember- —only I can't. Why. I
couldn't f»fn show him how much I
1 knew about the Mar*. I tried to the
I other night. I writ out to the ob
i servatory *her« he waa, and asked
| him questions about the star*. I
1 tried to f»m Interested. and waa
going to tell him how I'd been study
in* about them, but he Just Laughed
kind of funny, and aald not to bother
my pretty head about such thing*,
but to com* In and play to him oo
the piano.
So, of course, t did. And he aat
and listened to three whole pieces.
Now, wasn't that funny?
• a e
Two Weeks J>t«*
I understand It all now—every
thing. And It Is Cousin Grace, and U
Is a love story.
Father la In loee with her.
Now I guean I shall have some
thin* for this book!
It sn«itts funny now that I didn't
thlak of It at first. But I didn't—
notVintll I heard Nellie and her beau
talking about It. Nellie aald ahe
wasn't the only one In the houne
that *as going to get married And
when h» asked her what she tneant.
«he aiild It was Dr. Anderson and
Blue Bird Dinner Sets
Special at $13.98
This beautiful Blue Bird Dinnerware comes in 48-
and 52-piece sets. Some of these sets contain a sugar
and crcamer, others have the butter chips. We also
include in this sale a limited number of "Green
» Spray" Dinner Sets. Special at $13.98.
Quart Size. Mason Fruit Jars
Special 85c Dozen
This is a very low price for the quart-
Bmß size Ball Mason Fruit Jars. They come
HHHH complete with porcelain-lined covers and
lubbers. Special at 85< dozen.
18-inch Air Tight Heater
Special at $2.59
One of these Air-tight Heaters will keep you warm
and comfortable. This is the 18-inch size, with extra
lining inside. A big special at $2.59.
THE STORE FOR USEFUL ARTICLES
"T X«|jpbNdWWC.NUK AND UWGNJWCITg^^
PACE 5
Mrs. Whitney. That anybody couM
see It that wasn't as blind as a tat.
My, but wasn't 1 excited? 1 Jut
miaas I waa. And. of course, I saw
then that I had been blind as a bit
Hut I began to open my eves after
that, and watch—not disagreeably,
you know, but Just glad and lntar
estod, and on account of tha book.
(Continued Tomorrow)
SAN JOSE. Cal. —Winiam Smft*.
90. charged with bill-raising, aald
to have admitted term at McNetfa
for similar offense.
YOVLL SAT
IIK WAS A
PRINCE—
WHEN TOC MEET
"A Prince
There Was"
AT THE
WILKES

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