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PAGE EIGHT Who are these Investors ? TEN years ago fifteen of the largest corporations in the United States had a total of approximately 500,000 stock- holdeys. Today the American Telephone and Telegraph Company alone has more than 420,000 stockholders. This is an instance of the amazing growth of saving and investment that has taken place in this country. Who are these new investors ? Telephone stockholders come from every rank and file in every state, nearly every town and city, in the land. Mechanics and merchants, teachers and banker's, laborers and lawyers--every station of life is represented in this investment democracy. The BellTelephone System, composed oftheAmerican Telephone and Telegraph Company and its Associated Companies, is owned by the people it serves. @ THE PACIFIC TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY BELL SYSTEM One Policy  One "system  Unlvr-saI ,Service i [Upper Squak News [ tk___ Mr. Spehar has moved in his new home on the old school grounds and new neighbors have moved on the ranch vaeated by him. Mr. Otto Neilson is busy pruning his orchard while the Lake Sawyer mill is dosed. Otto believes in keep- THE ISSAQUAH PRESS 'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII__I HOBART -! illllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll.I B. E. Bartlett, contractor for the Hobart gym, fell anti broke an ankle one day last week. Violet Peterson has a position with the Standard Furniture store in Seattle. Jalo Latinen is attending business college in Seattle. People traveling between Maple- valley and Hobart will find the ohl road in much better condition than the new. W:illiam Peacock reports the Sat- ur day night barn dance a big suc- cess. We have a good town basketball team now consisting of Lester Mick- el, captain; Jalo Latinen, Lester Phillips, Frank Day, Ernest Mattila and Buck Day. Wood & Iverson's lumber plant has rehumed operations after the holiday closing. Erection of the new gymnasium and playroom will be completed in about two weeks. All basketball games have been postponed until after the completion of the gymnasium. Some new books have been add- ed to the school library. The destructive effects of the sil- ver thaw are rapidly being repaired. Fruit trees were badly injured. Electric lights as well as telephone were were down, causing a run on kerosene and candles. Nearly forty pupils of Hobart school had a quarter holiday be- cause of perfect attendance for the past two months. "His Master's Voice" will be shown at the school house tomorrow. January 13th. Nuggett Bell injured her arm Tuesday while playing basketball. ,lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllU The doctor says it is getting along ---=-HIGH POINT i] nicely" " Mr. R. L. Smith is in a critical ,llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll_Condition in the Auburn hospital 1 suffering from typhoid pneumonia. The P.-T. A. gave a program last[ TaHoMa high will play at Merid- Wednesday night. Mr. Thomas, I Jan Friday night. principle of the Preston school spoke. I The Carl Freeman family, new- There was a" large attendance. !comers here, are living in the old Coffee and cake were served after Rooney home. the program, o ing busy. Mr. Oscar Soderstrom left for Mr. P. W. Knoernschild is con- Puyallup last Sunday, where he will fined to his home with an attack of iatten8 an agricultural college. the flu. I Mrs. Tallman visited in Seattle Mr. and Mrs. Howatson had two lseveral days this week. of their family home from school The High Point Mill company be- with the measles, gan work Tuesday after a shutdown The Squak ladies' club met with of about two wceks. The logging Mrs. Charles Leaf Thursday after- camp resumed work Thursday. noon, weher after a couple hours' ............. visiting a delicious lunch was served Mrs. Hogan and son Donald have and enjoyed, had an attack of measles but are Mrs. Snyder had a goose killed now doing nicely. Mrs. Hogan is by some animal one night last I.ek, working in Seattle. and Mr. Spehar lost a large turkey. Mr. and Mrs. McGuire of Seattle Dogs are blamed for the damage, visited home folks Sunday. F. A. FISHER; FUNERAL DIRECTOR Full line of Undertaking Supplies Our most considerate attention is at your disposal at all times Calls answered day or night Phone M212 ISSAQUAH, WASH. North Bend Stage Line, Inc. Express and Passenger Service 1610 3rd Ave., Seattle Ell 3249 TIME SCHEDULE Eastbound. Read Down Westbound Read Up Sundays and Sun. and Holidays only Holidays a.m. am. p.m p.m. a.m. p.m. p.m. a.m. 7:00 11:00 4:30 10:00 Seattle 9:10 3:50 8:20 9:50 8:05 12:05 5:35 11:05 ISSAQUAH 8:05 2:45 7:15 8:45 8:10 12-10 5:40 11:10 High Point 8:00 2:40 7:10 8:40 8:15 12:15 5:45 11:15 PreCton 7:55 2:35 7:05 8:35 8:20 12:25 5:50 1l:20 Fall City 7:50 2:30 7:00 8:30 9:05 1:05 6:35 12:05 North Bend 7:15 2:00 6:30 8:00 10:55 p.m. Easton 11:45 a.m. Grand Central Hotel and Cafe , / CIGARETTES AND TOBACCOS BARS  HARD CANDY -- CIGARS FOUNTAIN SERVICE BOARD AND ROOM 1 i We Do All Kinds of Hauilng Business Every Business Day between - Seattle and CoMfield Issaquah, High Point, Preston, Monohon,--'l- liott and Cedar Grove, and all way places Issaquah Transporlation Co,, Inc, AUTO FREIGHT AND TRANSFER Seattle DepotRailroad Ave., Dearborn St. and Railroad Way Leave' Seattle I;00 P.M. Only Leave Issaquah 6 A.M. Telephone Maln 123 Washed Sand and Gravel CAROLINE LUMP.NUT COAL, $7.80 PER TON I II I IIII I ] I I I II "Dec" Garner spent Tuesday see- ing the sights in the metropolis. Report of the Financial Condition of The Issaquah State Bank, loca- ted at Issaquah, State of Washing- ton, at the close of business on the 31st day of December, 1927. Resources Loans and discounts ...... $230,230.55 Overdrafts .................... 194.19 U. S. Bonds. Certificates of Indebtedness, War Savings and Thrift Stps. 5,800.00 Other Bonds-Warrants.. 108,821.10 "Net balances due from approved reserve agents, exchanges from clearing house, and cash on hand 87,795.62 Outside checks and oth- er cash items .................. 1,480.20 Due from banks not ap- proved reserve agents .... 6,184.40 Banking House .............. 9,500.00 Other real estatae owned 1,535.02 Furniture and fixtures .... 5,500.00 Other resources .............. 4,590.00 TOTAL .................. $461,631.08 Liabilities Capital stock paid in ...... $ 25,000.00 Surplus fund .................. 7,000.00 Undivided profits less ex- penses and taxes paid .... 663.93 Public deposits .............. 59,540.59 Demand deposits ............ 124,493.56 Time deposits ................ 244,933.00 TOTAL .................. $461,631. STATE OF WASHINGTON / County of King ss. I, A. J. Peters, Cashier of above named bank, or trust com- any, do solemnly swear that the regoing statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief A. J. PETERS, Cashier JOHN NEUKIRCHEN J. H. GIBSON Directors. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 6th day of January, 1928. THEe. KINNUNE, Notary Public, in and for the State of Washington, residing at Is- saquah. PEOPLE'S EXCHANGE FOR SALE--American Oil brood- er 1500 capacity, $30, J. Ander- son, Bx 51, Issaquah. FOUND--Initial finger ring. Own- er identify at Sunset Grove. FOR SALEI set of heavy sin- ale harness, new collar, $10. Sulphur Spring Point. FOR SALE2 dining tables, $4 each; center table $2. Mrs. E. C. Morris. Good Chevrolet ton truck, for sale or trade for cows, or what have you? Also five fresh cows. George Brown, on highway between Belle- vue and Kirkland, across from Al- bert Boddy's. FOR SALE3 milk cows; 1 horse, works single or double. Harry An- derson, Lindley Farm. FOR SALEHouse and 8 lots, on corner. Inquire of Frank Lesher, RAGS WANTED--Hepler Motor Co. will pay 10e a pound for clean white rags. JANUARY 12, 1928 INSULATED -- CUSHION -- PI.I[XIBi.I WEATH ERSTRIP We carry this nationally known efficient weather- strip. Apply it to your doors and windows and cut down your fuel bills. It forms a weathertlght, dustproof, noise- less contact. Easy to apply; simply tack on. No taking down of doors or windows; no sawing or mitering. Lasts for many years. We will cut off the exact amount you need. _No waste in left-over ends. _.Enameled rustproof tacks to match are furnished. Figure about twenty feet of Home Comfort Weatherstrip for the average door or window. You simply can't afford to do without it. A. L. Wold Company YOUR EYES HUTESON OPTICAL CO. Makers of Good Glasses $5.00--That Is All e will fit you this week with our Fiawt ublity Perimooo Z, ensee I heavy sylo fronts, Lmless eye- glase| or spectacles, including our dpendable eye exmaination|. (Xt you bzg tts nay.) O1 LJIOI 11 We yOU l"ellef. ]Rote your eyes are ezamLed by BIOZ&ZBTS  the glames &re OUNWlmD. Money Can't Buy Better Glasses Ou.v large volume of mance nd ov vrl111ngaess to accept snutll profits eables us to fit eople aS this price, REMEMBER Our reputation of over 35 years testing eyes and making Good Glasses is at your service Free, OUR GUARANTEB iokL y Fifty 'housgt Dollar sponiblllty Specially Ground Lenses and Bifocals at Low Prices Hard and Difficult Cases lnwited INo Results---No Pay One Men ells Anoth HUTESON OPTICAL CO. 1320 Second Ave. IIIATZ,! O'ppoelte M, hodes--e& nlon t, ,. TAYLOR ITEMS AND - SCHOOL NEWS Gladding, McBean & Company are installing a new press in their Taylor plant. icy roads. The TaHoMa basketball team lost its .first league game last Friday night to Black Diamond by the nar- row margin of one point. The game was neck to neck from start to fin- ish except for one short period when the Diamond boys were six points in the lead. The TaHoMa boys soon! tied the score with three baskets in succession and the war was on again. The failure of the local boys to throw several free baskets is given as the reason for the loss of their game. The final score was 19-20. The TaHoMa girls easily won their game over Black Diamond by a score of 36-11. Mr. and Mrs. C. Talent and their family have moved back to their former home near Walla Walla. A Hard Time dance was given by the Taylor people on New Year's eve. Mild weather has brought out the pussywillows, nd one observing youngster says iven a dandelion. Harold Lemley has been on the sick list for several days.., Pupils in writing are judging their own papers by means of a new writing chart recently placed on the wall. Lights were off for several days during the cold snap, owing to the breaking down of the wires by ice. Miss Mary Evans and Sam David- son of Seattle were married Satur- day, January 7, at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. An- drew Evans. The young couple will make their home in Seattle. o REBEKAH CARD PARTY Gilman Rebekah lodge will give the first of a series of card parties Fred Treptow had his tonsils re- in Odd Fellows' hall January 24, at moved last week. 8 o'clock. Whist and 500 will be The roads between here and Ma- played. Lunch will be served. Ad- plevalley, which were badly dam- mission 35 cents. aged during the recent cold snap, are improving, and traffic is now get- All members are urged to attend ting through without much difficulty, the Men's Club meeting next Men- The school bus failed to make its day evening. Judge Kinne will be trip last Tuesday on account of the the speaker. `-JilU White Leghorns Hollywood Strain Hatching Eggs Baby Chicks Eight Weeks Old Pullets For Prices, Address W. F. Sutter Box 44, R F D Issaquah. " m m m m im ml m m m -L-_ m M m m m m m m m m m m m = Meet Us and we will Meat You WITH THE FOLLOWING Specials 'This Week: HAMS. HALF OR WHOLE per pound 25C LARD, TWO POUNDS 35C LITTLE PIG SAUSAGE. per pound 2SC; RICNIC HAMS per pound 22 IIl,lllllllllllll Fischer's Meat Market MANY ELECTION00 TO THE 19200 The registered voter a decided advantage who does not qualify elections. One who reregisters have a voice in the new President of the a senator and five in Congress, a new complete new roster of including f o u r justices. Also he can help justice of the peace beside voting on a amendment changing tem. Registration boo) everywhere. HAVE YOU TAKEN YOUR TEETH LIKE SHOULD? If you haven't you suffer with poor BAD TEETH BREED DR. J. C. Phone M 400 Real Off, Dandy close in, ed 150x260 foot pavement for Splendid close-in the pavement ful firs and cedars Thirty acres, clearing, old did spring, 100 beach on Lake for $7,000. Nearl soil. 3 rich corner good house for 10 acres, Isaac alder bottom for Splendid soil. and 15 monthly !0 acres on good school bus" and r $50 down and 5 Lies level and gravel. Splendid try farm 35 acres on good for $700, $50 monthly. Nearly Rich five acres for $1500. 100 do Two splendid garden tracts that ed andcross Three rich on oavement for Small creek. cellent property 2 houses and 4 sub-irrigated for $2000. 200 per month Nearly new 3 dandy big garage garden tract for Three residence ly cleared and feet frontage on Creek for $400. i and 10 monthly 25 acres near trade for Issaquah All good soil, tom; about 6 acres on good road, bore' and Can be made into l ordinary small fruit try farm Five acres of quah Valley land per acre. All big frontage on ms way. Electric Easy terms Five acres on 4-room house, $650, 100 down, ly, 6 percent neighbors 70 acres, big chard, creek, good road, school ly good soil, for Very easy terms ranged Cele Issaquah,