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BIRTHDAY NUMBER King County. old with this iseue. New Adv. this week; J. W. Finney, Tibbetts Brothers Oo., Bank of Issaqsmh The lssaquah Independent VOL. IX. ISSAQUAH KING COUR*TY, WASH., SATURDAY, JANUARY 4, 1998. No. 1. ; I COAL COMPANY BUYS LAND Does Permanent Development Work-Receives New Pump --Three Shifts at Works The prospect of the King Coal company has now developed to a stage of permaue,lt work. A new slope has been sunk and is now down to a depth of 75 feet. If they tap the vein of coal as they expect, this slope will be used for the mine entrance. Mr. G. L. Kraber, manager for the company was in Seattle Monday hurrying the shipment of a new smam pump with which to clear Lhe water from the wo;'k. The pump was iustal!ed Tues- INSTALLATION OF G. A. R. AND W. R. C. If for no other reason than to teach love and devotion to coun- try theG. A. R. and W. R. C. have more than fully justified their existence. 9'hursday evening in Tibbetts hall the lwo orders met and jointly installed their oificers for the comitlg your. After the i,stallation ritual a program of imusic and recitation was carried out. About 10:30 o'clock lunch was served which included among many delicacies the 01d soldier's favorite of baked beans and coffee. This was followed WATCHNIGHT SER- PRESBYTERIAN VICE DRAWS CROWD CHURCH SOLD By invitation the Methodist C. M. Revenaugh has an. congregation joined in the watch- nounced t , purchase of the night services conductd by the Presbyterian church. It is re- Baptist church the night of Dec- iported that rmgotiations are be- f ember 31st. It was attended by ing made for the south west cor- e large crowd in spite of the bad nor of the K. o P. lot for use weather, i as a site for the building accord- The program which was began ing to report. The plan is to shortly after nine o'cl(k, . was induce the city to secure it for a made up of religious exercises town hull. One of the details of i and several well chosen literary  this plan is to u,e it also for a and musical selections. About reading room, the duties of lib- 111 o'clock a most excellentluuch rarian to be annexed to the local was served. At the clos of the' police department. program the bell tolled the knell of the dying year and those A deputystate inspector of by a short speech by Gem Tib- present wished each other a weight and measures wasin town bets relative to the rapid deci- i "Happy new year" and separated, recently and put his O. K. on marion of the ranks of their or i for the various homes, the scales of several of our mer- ',chants. He found that Thos. der. I S.W. Flint, an aged rancher l Cubbon had been giving his cus- :  day. Since Friday last the Many invited guests- were living near Snoqualmie, suffered company has emph,yed three" present and we believe that the the loss of his house, hitrn and shifts of men at the work. The i lesson of fidelity and loyalty to entire years c r o p Thurs- payroll now reacbiog forty,our country's interest was im-ldty by fire" Mr. Flintis a pio-] J W. Finney received the niFs of the death of his,father E. N. tomers a little the best of the bargain for some time past. The many frie.ads of Prof, pr-sed upcm all. seer of that section and has the Huntworth, who was in charge The officers inst,,lied were: sympathy of many frmnds in of the Iss,quah schools a few G. A. L : Cmm.,(:er .C.|s. ,,,- ........ :... : ......... : ...... n:.,,,:;.:ars ago, :viii be pleased to O . ' .a,s ,oss ,.v. ,,v,.c. vz know that he i now superintend- Smith; S. V. _,., J. B. ,'-itevenson;la n. insurance J. V: C., P. Prillman; haplin, f .... lent of the schools at Chehalis. • S. Baxter; Q M.. J. P Berry;  The pupils are taking much ] ___ O. D.. W H. E!li.; O. G., A. interest in basketball now One Mrs. Chittendon who has been toycc: ,urg.,Ed. Herndon: S. of the ground floor rooms has,spending the holidays with her M., A. J. Foster; Q. M. S., T.H. been equipped with baskets andparents, Dr. and Mrs. Marsh, Finney Wednesday. His death Gibson; Adj., Gee. W. Tibbetts. netting, the grades taking turns occurred the 23rd at Matamoas, I W.R.C.; Pres., Mamie Carlin; i in using the room. Ohio, at the home of his son P¢ S. V. P., Bertha Marsi; Trees i "-'e  " , . , ",  o. . unaney has oer- W Finney Mr Finney,, who Fanme Gibson; Chaplain, Marv ................. • ." " , -- Ilaulea me ience ne ]lrsl par was 79 years old, spenttwo years! Wilson.: Conductor, Mary Burke; .... ' ut I G " I of thin week on the Dr. Gibson in Issaquah, leaving here abe  uard, Sarah Ellis; Musician, lproperty next to Louie Becket three years ago. He is survived Mrs. "Vaughan; Asst. Conductor, 'that was blown down by the re- by seven children, several grand- Maude Ellis; Asst. G'uard, Mrs.: children and one great grand child. All the regular services at the Methodist church next Sunday. Subject of sermon in the morn ming, "What Can We do, what have we to do'it with, will we do it? In the evening, "The Sun- day Closing Question". Epworth League at 7:15 P. M. Topic, "Secret Prayer and the inform- ing power t,f the word of God." All axe invited to these services. J. F.as been hanli'ng coal from the Consolidat- ed mines, sold his mam to Mart- in Oleson of upper Squak, and left for Seattle yesterday. J. D. Wiln and fm!= re- turned to Fde after /¢g his mother Mrs. Cooper over the holidays. Carlson: See'y, Ida Gibson; Pa- triotic Instructor, Mary Wilson; Color Bearers, Mettle Bu'sh, Sarah Webster, Marie Prillman and Mary Cimssroune. Issaquah people were called upon to search for a woman who mysteriously escaped from the auto-stage Saturday nght. She was found by two men about three miles from town, who at- tempted to carry her to town but who were relieved by the re- turn of the auto. No serious in- juries are reported. Our subscription list has been enlarged this week by the names of E. C. Guss, H. Duenwald, P. Prillman and Swaun Berquiat. Messrs. R. H.'PolIy and, Frank Du'puis were also profitable cMl- ersat this Oice departed for her home in Tacoma Tueaday being accompanied 'by Mrs. John Parsons. Thos. Dobson, a former resi- dent of Issaquah but now (if Renton was visitia: relatives and friends here the first part of • the week. cen wind storm ,44€-::¢=€¢-:=,444-1444444444441 'I" ÷! Mrs. W. J. Goode of Renton l'l*  ...... People are having their i Junctmn s wstmg wth her son : iand daughter-in law" Mr, and t÷ • • iMrs J M Goode the past l* Job Pmntmg ,." , • . "t" ÷ weeK. : $ " done ; ,i i - Mr. B. W. Redding, of Sno- :. 1, . NOW  iqualmie and who is now a tim- 4 h--  ber cruis r forking county was Y .ia caller at this office yesterday. The It i; 400,000 lssaquah Independent  Christmas trees are used in the IU. S. These trees set 4 feet ! apart would occupy 1,400 acres. 4. ! In the automobile race New .]Year's day Sylvester's machine came into town about two lengths ahead. Better come with the crowd and get your work done in first-class manner It Costs NO Mor6 BIRTHDAY NUMBER King County. old with this iseue. New Adv. this week; J. W. Finney, Tibbetts Brothers Oo., Bank of Issaqsmh The lssaquah Independent VOL. IX. ISSAQUAH KING COUR*TY, WASH., SATURDAY, JANUARY 4, 1998. No. 1. ; I COAL COMPANY BUYS LAND Does Permanent Development Work-Receives New Pump --Three Shifts at Works The prospect of the King Coal company has now developed to a stage of permaue,lt work. A new slope has been sunk and is now down to a depth of 75 feet. If they tap the vein of coal as they expect, this slope will be used for the mine entrance. Mr. G. L. Kraber, manager for the company was in Seattle Monday hurrying the shipment of a new smam pump with which to clear Lhe water from the wo;'k. The pump was iustal!ed Tues- INSTALLATION OF G. A. R. AND W. R. C. If for no other reason than to teach love and devotion to coun- try theG. A. R. and W. R. C. have more than fully justified their existence. 9'hursday evening in Tibbetts hall the lwo orders met and jointly installed their oificers for the comitlg your. After the i,stallation ritual a program of imusic and recitation was carried out. About 10:30 o'clock lunch was served which included among many delicacies the 01d soldier's favorite of baked beans and coffee. This was followed WATCHNIGHT SER- PRESBYTERIAN VICE DRAWS CROWD CHURCH SOLD By invitation the Methodist C. M. Revenaugh has an. congregation joined in the watch- nounced t , purchase of the night services conductd by the Presbyterian church. It is re- Baptist church the night of Dec- iported that rmgotiations are be- f ember 31st. It was attended by ing made for the south west cor- e large crowd in spite of the bad nor of the K. o P. lot for use weather, i as a site for the building accord- The program which was began ing to report. The plan is to shortly after nine o'cl(k, . was induce the city to secure it for a made up of religious exercises town hull. One of the details of i and several well chosen literary  this plan is to u,e it also for a and musical selections. About reading room, the duties of lib- 111 o'clock a most excellentluuch rarian to be annexed to the local was served. At the clos of the' police department. program the bell tolled the knell of the dying year and those A deputystate inspector of by a short speech by Gem Tib- present wished each other a weight and measures wasin town bets relative to the rapid deci- i "Happy new year" and separated, recently and put his O. K. on marion of the ranks of their or i for the various homes, the scales of several of our mer- ',chants. He found that Thos. der. I S.W. Flint, an aged rancher l Cubbon had been giving his cus- :  day. Since Friday last the Many invited guests- were living near Snoqualmie, suffered company has emph,yed three" present and we believe that the the loss of his house, hitrn and shifts of men at the work. The i lesson of fidelity and loyalty to entire years c r o p Thurs- payroll now reacbiog forty,our country's interest was im-ldty by fire" Mr. Flintis a pio-] J W. Finney received the niFs of the death of his,father E. N. tomers a little the best of the bargain for some time past. The many frie.ads of Prof, pr-sed upcm all. seer of that section and has the Huntworth, who was in charge The officers inst,,lied were: sympathy of many frmnds in of the Iss,quah schools a few G. A. L : Cmm.,(:er .C.|s. ,,,- ........ :... : ......... : ...... n:.,,,:;.:ars ago, :viii be pleased to O . ' .a,s ,oss ,.v. ,,v,.c. vz know that he i now superintend- Smith; S. V. _,., J. B. ,'-itevenson;la n. insurance J. V: C., P. Prillman; haplin, f .... lent of the schools at Chehalis. • S. Baxter; Q M.. J. P Berry;  The pupils are taking much ] ___ O. D.. W H. E!li.; O. G., A. interest in basketball now One Mrs. Chittendon who has been toycc: ,urg.,Ed. Herndon: S. of the ground floor rooms has,spending the holidays with her M., A. J. Foster; Q. M. S., T.H. been equipped with baskets andparents, Dr. and Mrs. Marsh, Finney Wednesday. His death Gibson; Adj., Gee. W. Tibbetts. netting, the grades taking turns occurred the 23rd at Matamoas, I W.R.C.; Pres., Mamie Carlin; i in using the room. Ohio, at the home of his son P¢ S. V. P., Bertha Marsi; Trees i "-'e  " , . , ",  o. . unaney has oer- W Finney Mr Finney,, who Fanme Gibson; Chaplain, Marv ................. • ." " , -- Ilaulea me ience ne ]lrsl par was 79 years old, spenttwo years! Wilson.: Conductor, Mary Burke; .... ' ut I G " I of thin week on the Dr. Gibson in Issaquah, leaving here abe  uard, Sarah Ellis; Musician, lproperty next to Louie Becket three years ago. He is survived Mrs. "Vaughan; Asst. Conductor, 'that was blown down by the re- by seven children, several grand- Maude Ellis; Asst. G'uard, Mrs.: children and one great grand child. All the regular services at the Methodist church next Sunday. Subject of sermon in the morn ming, "What Can We do, what have we to do'it with, will we do it? In the evening, "The Sun- day Closing Question". Epworth League at 7:15 P. M. Topic, "Secret Prayer and the inform- ing power t,f the word of God." All axe invited to these services. J. F.as been hanli'ng coal from the Consolidat- ed mines, sold his mam to Mart- in Oleson of upper Squak, and left for Seattle yesterday. J. D. Wiln and fm!= re- turned to Fde after /¢g his mother Mrs. Cooper over the holidays. Carlson: See'y, Ida Gibson; Pa- triotic Instructor, Mary Wilson; Color Bearers, Mettle Bu'sh, Sarah Webster, Marie Prillman and Mary Cimssroune. Issaquah people were called upon to search for a woman who mysteriously escaped from the auto-stage Saturday nght. She was found by two men about three miles from town, who at- tempted to carry her to town but who were relieved by the re- turn of the auto. No serious in- juries are reported. Our subscription list has been enlarged this week by the names of E. C. Guss, H. Duenwald, P. Prillman and Swaun Berquiat. Messrs. R. H.'PolIy and, Frank Du'puis were also profitable cMl- ersat this Oice departed for her home in Tacoma Tueaday being accompanied 'by Mrs. John Parsons. Thos. Dobson, a former resi- dent of Issaquah but now (if Renton was visitia: relatives and friends here the first part of • the week. cen wind storm ,44€-::¢=€¢-:=,444-1444444444441 'I" ÷! Mrs. W. J. Goode of Renton l'l*  ...... People are having their i Junctmn s wstmg wth her son : iand daughter-in law" Mr, and t÷ • • iMrs J M Goode the past l* Job Pmntmg ,." , • . "t" ÷ weeK. : $ " done ; ,i i - Mr. B. W. Redding, of Sno- :. 1, . NOW  iqualmie and who is now a tim- 4 h--  ber cruis r forking county was Y .ia caller at this office yesterday. The It i; 400,000 lssaquah Independent  Christmas trees are used in the IU. S. These trees set 4 feet ! apart would occupy 1,400 acres. 4. ! In the automobile race New .]Year's day Sylvester's machine came into town about two lengths ahead. Better come with the crowd and get your work done in first-class manner It Costs NO Mor6 BIRTHDAY NUMBER King County. old with this iseue. New Adv. this week; J. W. Finney, Tibbetts Brothers Oo., Bank of Issaqsmh The lssaquah Independent VOL. IX. ISSAQUAH KING COUR*TY, WASH., SATURDAY, JANUARY 4, 1998. No. 1. ; I COAL COMPANY BUYS LAND Does Permanent Development Work-Receives New Pump --Three Shifts at Works The prospect of the King Coal company has now developed to a stage of permaue,lt work. A new slope has been sunk and is now down to a depth of 75 feet. If they tap the vein of coal as they expect, this slope will be used for the mine entrance. Mr. G. L. Kraber, manager for the company was in Seattle Monday hurrying the shipment of a new smam pump with which to clear Lhe water from the wo;'k. The pump was iustal!ed Tues- INSTALLATION OF G. A. R. AND W. R. C. If for no other reason than to teach love and devotion to coun- try theG. A. R. and W. R. C. have more than fully justified their existence. 9'hursday evening in Tibbetts hall the lwo orders met and jointly installed their oificers for the comitlg your. After the i,stallation ritual a program of imusic and recitation was carried out. About 10:30 o'clock lunch was served which included among many delicacies the 01d soldier's favorite of baked beans and coffee. This was followed WATCHNIGHT SER- PRESBYTERIAN VICE DRAWS CROWD CHURCH SOLD By invitation the Methodist C. M. Revenaugh has an. congregation joined in the watch- nounced t , purchase of the night services conductd by the Presbyterian church. It is re- Baptist church the night of Dec- iported that rmgotiations are be- f ember 31st. It was attended by ing made for the south west cor- e large crowd in spite of the bad nor of the K. o P. lot for use weather, i as a site for the building accord- The program which was began ing to report. The plan is to shortly after nine o'cl(k, . was induce the city to secure it for a made up of religious exercises town hull. One of the details of i and several well chosen literary  this plan is to u,e it also for a and musical selections. About reading room, the duties of lib- 111 o'clock a most excellentluuch rarian to be annexed to the local was served. At the clos of the' police department. program the bell tolled the knell of the dying year and those A deputystate inspector of by a short speech by Gem Tib- present wished each other a weight and measures wasin town bets relative to the rapid deci- i "Happy new year" and separated, recently and put his O. K. on marion of the ranks of their or i for the various homes, the scales of several of our mer- ',chants. He found that Thos. der. I S.W. Flint, an aged rancher l Cubbon had been giving his cus- :  day. Since Friday last the Many invited guests- were living near Snoqualmie, suffered company has emph,yed three" present and we believe that the the loss of his house, hitrn and shifts of men at the work. The i lesson of fidelity and loyalty to entire years c r o p Thurs- payroll now reacbiog forty,our country's interest was im-ldty by fire" Mr. Flintis a pio-] J W. Finney received the niFs of the death of his,father E. N. tomers a little the best of the bargain for some time past. The many frie.ads of Prof, pr-sed upcm all. seer of that section and has the Huntworth, who was in charge The officers inst,,lied were: sympathy of many frmnds in of the Iss,quah schools a few G. A. L : Cmm.,(:er .C.|s. ,,,- ........ :... : ......... : ...... n:.,,,:;.:ars ago, :viii be pleased to O . ' .a,s ,oss ,.v. ,,v,.c. vz know that he i now superintend- Smith; S. V. _,., J. B. ,'-itevenson;la n. insurance J. V: C., P. Prillman; haplin, f .... lent of the schools at Chehalis. • S. Baxter; Q M.. J. P Berry;  The pupils are taking much ] ___ O. D.. W H. E!li.; O. G., A. interest in basketball now One Mrs. Chittendon who has been toycc: ,urg.,Ed. Herndon: S. of the ground floor rooms has,spending the holidays with her M., A. J. Foster; Q. M. S., T.H. been equipped with baskets andparents, Dr. and Mrs. Marsh, Finney Wednesday. His death Gibson; Adj., Gee. W. Tibbetts. netting, the grades taking turns occurred the 23rd at Matamoas, I W.R.C.; Pres., Mamie Carlin; i in using the room. Ohio, at the home of his son P¢ S. V. P., Bertha Marsi; Trees i "-'e  " , . , ",  o. . unaney has oer- W Finney Mr Finney,, who Fanme Gibson; Chaplain, Marv ................. • ." " , -- Ilaulea me ience ne ]lrsl par was 79 years old, spenttwo years! Wilson.: Conductor, Mary Burke; .... ' ut I G " I of thin week on the Dr. Gibson in Issaquah, leaving here abe  uard, Sarah Ellis; Musician, lproperty next to Louie Becket three years ago. He is survived Mrs. "Vaughan; Asst. Conductor, 'that was blown down by the re- by seven children, several grand- Maude Ellis; Asst. G'uard, Mrs.: children and one great grand child. All the regular services at the Methodist church next Sunday. Subject of sermon in the morn ming, "What Can We do, what have we to do'it with, will we do it? In the evening, "The Sun- day Closing Question". Epworth League at 7:15 P. M. Topic, "Secret Prayer and the inform- ing power t,f the word of God." All axe invited to these services. J. F.as been hanli'ng coal from the Consolidat- ed mines, sold his mam to Mart- in Oleson of upper Squak, and left for Seattle yesterday. J. D. Wiln and fm!= re- turned to Fde after /¢g his mother Mrs. Cooper over the holidays. Carlson: See'y, Ida Gibson; Pa- triotic Instructor, Mary Wilson; Color Bearers, Mettle Bu'sh, Sarah Webster, Marie Prillman and Mary Cimssroune. Issaquah people were called upon to search for a woman who mysteriously escaped from the auto-stage Saturday nght. She was found by two men about three miles from town, who at- tempted to carry her to town but who were relieved by the re- turn of the auto. No serious in- juries are reported. Our subscription list has been enlarged this week by the names of E. C. Guss, H. Duenwald, P. Prillman and Swaun Berquiat. Messrs. R. H.'PolIy and, Frank Du'puis were also profitable cMl- ersat this Oice departed for her home in Tacoma Tueaday being accompanied 'by Mrs. John Parsons. Thos. Dobson, a former resi- dent of Issaquah but now (if Renton was visitia: relatives and friends here the first part of • the week. cen wind storm ,44€-::¢=€¢-:=,444-1444444444441 'I" ÷! Mrs. W. J. Goode of Renton l'l*  ...... People are having their i Junctmn s wstmg wth her son : iand daughter-in law" Mr, and t÷ • • iMrs J M Goode the past l* Job Pmntmg ,." , • . "t" ÷ weeK. : $ " done ; ,i i - Mr. B. W. Redding, of Sno- :. 1, . NOW  iqualmie and who is now a tim- 4 h--  ber cruis r forking county was Y .ia caller at this office yesterday. The It i; 400,000 lssaquah Independent  Christmas trees are used in the IU. S. These trees set 4 feet ! apart would occupy 1,400 acres. 4. ! In the automobile race New .]Year's day Sylvester's machine came into town about two lengths ahead. Better come with the crowd and get your work done in first-class manner It Costs NO Mor6