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PAGE FOUR ISSAQUAH PRESS, ISSAQUAH, KING CO., WASH. TttURSDAY, JANUARY 15, MORE SCHOOL I TOWN TEAMS LOSE THREE OUT OF FOUR GAMES (Continued from page I) / emphasis upon the difficulty in giv-!I Out of four games played the past ing the highest tvpe of instruction week by the town basketball teams in the high school unit. At the' the locals won but one game, that resent time it is absolutely impos-by the second team. .Pible to relieve any of our large high' Thursday night the teams went to school classes by an increase in the Duvall where the second team won, faculty for we have no more rooml 26-28 while the first bunch lost, available for class purposes. A full 30-38. discussiot of our enrolhnent and a- O n the home floor Monday night t ailable ctas.-room space will be]the first team lost to Nortth Bend, 26-36. The second team lost to Fall ...... given later. City, 21-23. block. Figuring the side street walk:. GRANGE CARD PARTY at 90 cents a running foot, the cost Women's Bible Club would be $1(18.00 of which the cor- ner lot of 30 feet would pay 45 per The next card party to be given cent or $48.60. the next 30 feet, 25 in the series by the Grange will be The Women's Bible club held their second meeting at the home of their per cent or $27.00; the next 30 feet on the evening of Monday, Febru- president, Mrs. C. R. Berry, Tuesday 15% or $16.20; the n'ext 30 feet 10 ary 2. The price for cards and the evening. per cent or $10.80; the next 30 feet luncheon is 35 cents, and it is well Officers elected are, president, 5I or $5.40, etc. [worih more than that to anyone Mrs. Banfill; vice-president, Mrs. Take a walk around town and see who enjoys cards, tiammersberg; secretary-treasurer,  " Mrs. Anne Pickering. Meetings will where these mprovements are nee(t- ed, then if there are any questions WARREN HOBBS HONORED be held each Tuesday evening at you do not understand, see the engi- the Community Church at 7:30. We neer or any of the council and they Warren ttobbs of Issaquah, a soph- extend an invitation to all teachers. will gladly explain to you, as they emote in the general department, is adults and young people who would re there to serve you in the best in- among 121 students at Washington like to attend. Come next Tuesday terest of the Town. State college selected to receive and see what we are doing. Signed: TOWN COUNCI scholarship certificates awarded by Anne Pickering, Secretary. Phi Kappa Phi. A number of members of Century The certificates are given to first WILLIAM BROWN RETIRES, Chapter No. 66 O.E.S. attended in- and second year students who carried EARLEY COMMISSIONER stallation of officers at Ark Chapter 15 hours each semester during the No. 86 at Columbia City Monday 1929-30 year with an average of at County Commissioner Wm. Brown evening, least 90 per cent. lay down his commissioner toga. Coal and Wood i Other Haulin at Right Price Phone, 3,92 G. E. Stonebridge MORE SIDEWALK (Continued from page 1) ges shall not be less than $4.00 per day. EXISTING WALKS It was not the intention to de- stroy the concrete walks now in. The new walks would be constructed to conform to the existing concrete walks. Property owners who now have concrete walks are assessed on- ly for their share of crossings and fixed estimate. In cases where a side-street walk is put in, the assessment for such a walk would be assessed on the main street to about the center of the block. For example: take a block that is 240 feet long on the main street, and the lots ran 120 feet deep to the alley. The side street would have a walk 120 feet h)ng which would be assessed to one-half of the hi BUY FOR CAS . Much i Royal hat Nexl and save money .,,, Little Pig "ausage .............................. 25c l goes as Beef Roast ........................................ 15c ]b feet brus] .Veal Roast ........................................ 15c r ,le in his are than t .Picnic Hams .................................... 19c 11 another, again. Beef 10c lb D ' Boilin2 ....................................... , on t be i Travel. s, tin this la le autom ;ere, cost Fischer's Cash ,om at horn wh " "assaquan, Wash. Buy you car al worn for the past six years, Monday, i pointment of Ralph E. and his successor, John A. Earley, was inducted into office. Don Evans, Chairman of the board was re-elected to that office. Mr. Earley announced the ap- We have joined with FIRESTONE Richmond Highlands as visor in the north named William Kleinert as tendent of the county cessor to Christ Knudson. BEAUTY PAR -- 7,17 t i, e":o5"5 or k Evening appointments if l MARION i Marinelio Operator AI wide, Nortl railroa and wit th The peso country" of F1 A trip f: me train to again bring you HIGH U LIT TI E at LOWEST P,00ICE$ in HISTORY Firestone's great buying power of rubber and cotton at unprecedented low prices---and their efficient manufacturing and distributing system direct to their dealers and stores---places them and us in a position to give you these great values in Firestone Tires, Tubes, Batteries, Brake Lining, Rims and Accessories. REAL EST 0 10 acres, nearly all about two acres chicken runs, remainder lent soil; small creek, six room house with bath; i sized barn remodeled for school bus, R.F.D. and lights. Former price was and the place was worth a quick turn, the price cut to $4000.00. C.R. lssaquah, Wash. At a real bargain to estate: 45 acres splendid 10 acres cleared; large good barn; poultry orchard, and fronts on highway that will soon ed. Price $3500.00, on able terms. This property sold for over $7000.00. owners cannot use the ty and want to get it off hands. IO Acres; considerable ing; house, hen-house, chard; good road, school r. f. d.; electric lights and neighbors. $1200.; $250. sixteen I Firestone OLDFIELD TYPE Price Each Size 4.40.21 .................... $ 4.98 4.50-21 .................... 5.69 4.75-19 .................... 6.65 5.00-20 .................... 7.10 5.25-18 .................... 7,90 5.25-21 .................... 8.57 6.00-20 H.D ........... 11.50 H. D. TRUCK TIRES 30x5 ....... : ................ $17.95 32x6 ....................... 29.75 Price per Pair $ 9.60 11.10 12.90 13.80 15.30 16.70 22.30 $34.90 57.90 All Other Sizes Priced Proportionately Low i iii III I IIIII Firestone COURIER, TYPE Size Price Each Price per Pair 30x3 .................... $3,97 $ 7.74 31x4 ...................... 6.98 13.58 4.40.21 .................. 4.5-5 880 4.50.21 .................. 5.15, 9.96 5.25-21 .................. 7.75 15`00 Firestone BATTERIES We sell and service the complete line of Firestone Batteries---Come in and see the EXTRA VALUE we give you. We make you an allowance for your old battery. I I i Firestone Anchor Type SUPER HEAVY DtITY Size Price Each Price per Pair 4.50-20 .................. $ 8.55 $16.70 4.50-21 ................ 8.75 16.96 4.75-19 ................ 9.70 18.90 4.75-20 ................. 10.25 19.90 5.00-20 ................ 11.25 21.90 5.25-21 ........ , ....... 12.95 25.30 5.50-20 ................ 13.70 26.70 6.00-20 ................ 15.20 29.50 6.50-20 ................ 17.15 33.30 7.00-21 ................ 20.15 39.10 All Other Sizes Priced Proportionately Low i The name Firestone is on every tire Firestone makes. They do not make tires under Special Brand names for mail order* houses or other distributors. Such tires are made by some unknown man ufacturer and sold under a name that does not identify him to the public, usually because he builds his first line tires under his own name. I ISSAQUAH SERVICE STATION Anderson and Zeller Prop. PHONE 482 40 Acres, good upland and siderahle fine bottom;nlce and considerable old shakes, for $1400.00. Dandy close-in five-acre for $1100. Excellent sell well watered. Come in and compare tire sections for QUALITY and CONSTRUCTION """'" that you can see for yourself the EXTRA VALUES we give R, B Issaquah, Weshinfrton .Old three-room house and on pavement for $5549. water and lights. 10 Acres with 1000 feet age on lssaquala Creek for $1500; $100 down. soil and easy to dear. 3 rich lssa, $1650. All cleared and on pavement. 40 Acres; old house considerable clearing and turo; good road, for $200 down 10 Acres good upland Good road, school bus and $25 down and $5 per Small Cabin and three hlg corner lots right in for $900. Many very choice tracts on lt_ko Resoaablo prices and terms. Comfortable four-room old barn; gravity water to the house; good road, neighbors; 5t7 acres land and considerable PAGE FOUR ISSAQUAH PRESS, ISSAQUAH, KING CO., WASH. TttURSDAY, JANUARY 15, MORE SCHOOL I TOWN TEAMS LOSE THREE OUT OF FOUR GAMES (Continued from page I) / emphasis upon the difficulty in giv-!I Out of four games played the past ing the highest tvpe of instruction week by the town basketball teams in the high school unit. At the' the locals won but one game, that resent time it is absolutely impos-by the second team. .Pible to relieve any of our large high' Thursday night the teams went to school classes by an increase in the Duvall where the second team won, faculty for we have no more rooml 26-28 while the first bunch lost, available for class purposes. A full 30-38. discussiot of our enrolhnent and a- O n the home floor Monday night t ailable ctas.-room space will be]the first team lost to Nortth Bend, 26-36. The second team lost to Fall ...... given later. City, 21-23. block. Figuring the side street walk:. GRANGE CARD PARTY at 90 cents a running foot, the cost Women's Bible Club would be $1(18.00 of which the cor- ner lot of 30 feet would pay 45 per The next card party to be given cent or $48.60. the next 30 feet, 25 in the series by the Grange will be The Women's Bible club held their second meeting at the home of their per cent or $27.00; the next 30 feet on the evening of Monday, Febru- president, Mrs. C. R. Berry, Tuesday 15% or $16.20; the n'ext 30 feet 10 ary 2. The price for cards and the evening. per cent or $10.80; the next 30 feet luncheon is 35 cents, and it is well Officers elected are, president, 5I or $5.40, etc. [worih more than that to anyone Mrs. Banfill; vice-president, Mrs. Take a walk around town and see who enjoys cards, tiammersberg; secretary-treasurer,  " Mrs. Anne Pickering. Meetings will where these mprovements are nee(t- ed, then if there are any questions WARREN HOBBS HONORED be held each Tuesday evening at you do not understand, see the engi- the Community Church at 7:30. We neer or any of the council and they Warren ttobbs of Issaquah, a soph- extend an invitation to all teachers. will gladly explain to you, as they emote in the general department, is adults and young people who would re there to serve you in the best in- among 121 students at Washington like to attend. Come next Tuesday terest of the Town. State college selected to receive and see what we are doing. Signed: TOWN COUNCI scholarship certificates awarded by Anne Pickering, Secretary. Phi Kappa Phi. A number of members of Century The certificates are given to first WILLIAM BROWN RETIRES, Chapter No. 66 O.E.S. attended in- and second year students who carried EARLEY COMMISSIONER stallation of officers at Ark Chapter 15 hours each semester during the No. 86 at Columbia City Monday 1929-30 year with an average of at County Commissioner Wm. Brown evening, least 90 per cent. lay down his commissioner toga. Coal and Wood i Other Haulin at Right Price Phone, 3,92 G. E. Stonebridge MORE SIDEWALK (Continued from page 1) ges shall not be less than $4.00 per day. EXISTING WALKS It was not the intention to de- stroy the concrete walks now in. The new walks would be constructed to conform to the existing concrete walks. Property owners who now have concrete walks are assessed on- ly for their share of crossings and fixed estimate. In cases where a side-street walk is put in, the assessment for such a walk would be assessed on the main street to about the center of the block. For example: take a block that is 240 feet long on the main street, and the lots ran 120 feet deep to the alley. The side street would have a walk 120 feet h)ng which would be assessed to one-half of the hi BUY FOR CAS . Much i Royal hat Nexl and save money .,,, Little Pig "ausage .............................. 25c l goes as Beef Roast ........................................ 15c ]b feet brus] .Veal Roast ........................................ 15c r ,le in his are than t .Picnic Hams .................................... 19c 11 another, again. Beef 10c lb D ' Boilin2 ....................................... , on t be i Travel. s, tin this la le autom ;ere, cost Fischer's Cash ,om at horn wh " "assaquan, Wash. Buy you car al worn for the past six years, Monday, i pointment of Ralph E. and his successor, John A. Earley, was inducted into office. Don Evans, Chairman of the board was re-elected to that office. Mr. Earley announced the ap- We have joined with FIRESTONE Richmond Highlands as visor in the north named William Kleinert as tendent of the county cessor to Christ Knudson. BEAUTY PAR -- 7,17 t i, e":o5"5 or k Evening appointments if l MARION i Marinelio Operator AI wide, Nortl railroa and wit th The peso country" of F1 A trip f: me train to again bring you HIGH U LIT TI E at LOWEST P,00ICE$ in HISTORY Firestone's great buying power of rubber and cotton at unprecedented low prices---and their efficient manufacturing and distributing system direct to their dealers and stores---places them and us in a position to give you these great values in Firestone Tires, Tubes, Batteries, Brake Lining, Rims and Accessories. REAL EST 0 10 acres, nearly all about two acres chicken runs, remainder lent soil; small creek, six room house with bath; i sized barn remodeled for school bus, R.F.D. and lights. Former price was and the place was worth a quick turn, the price cut to $4000.00. C.R. lssaquah, Wash. At a real bargain to estate: 45 acres splendid 10 acres cleared; large good barn; poultry orchard, and fronts on highway that will soon ed. Price $3500.00, on able terms. This property sold for over $7000.00. owners cannot use the ty and want to get it off hands. IO Acres; considerable ing; house, hen-house, chard; good road, school r. f. d.; electric lights and neighbors. $1200.; $250. sixteen I Firestone OLDFIELD TYPE Price Each Size 4.40.21 .................... $ 4.98 4.50-21 .................... 5.69 4.75-19 .................... 6.65 5.00-20 .................... 7.10 5.25-18 .................... 7,90 5.25-21 .................... 8.57 6.00-20 H.D ........... 11.50 H. D. TRUCK TIRES 30x5 ....... : ................ $17.95 32x6 ....................... 29.75 Price per Pair $ 9.60 11.10 12.90 13.80 15.30 16.70 22.30 $34.90 57.90 All Other Sizes Priced Proportionately Low i iii III I IIIII Firestone COURIER, TYPE Size Price Each Price per Pair 30x3 .................... $3,97 $ 7.74 31x4 ...................... 6.98 13.58 4.40.21 .................. 4.5-5 880 4.50.21 .................. 5.15, 9.96 5.25-21 .................. 7.75 15`00 Firestone BATTERIES We sell and service the complete line of Firestone Batteries---Come in and see the EXTRA VALUE we give you. We make you an allowance for your old battery. I I i Firestone Anchor Type SUPER HEAVY DtITY Size Price Each Price per Pair 4.50-20 .................. $ 8.55 $16.70 4.50-21 ................ 8.75 16.96 4.75-19 ................ 9.70 18.90 4.75-20 ................. 10.25 19.90 5.00-20 ................ 11.25 21.90 5.25-21 ........ , ....... 12.95 25.30 5.50-20 ................ 13.70 26.70 6.00-20 ................ 15.20 29.50 6.50-20 ................ 17.15 33.30 7.00-21 ................ 20.15 39.10 All Other Sizes Priced Proportionately Low i The name Firestone is on every tire Firestone makes. They do not make tires under Special Brand names for mail order* houses or other distributors. Such tires are made by some unknown man ufacturer and sold under a name that does not identify him to the public, usually because he builds his first line tires under his own name. I ISSAQUAH SERVICE STATION Anderson and Zeller Prop. PHONE 482 40 Acres, good upland and siderahle fine bottom;nlce and considerable old shakes, for $1400.00. Dandy close-in five-acre for $1100. Excellent sell well watered. Come in and compare tire sections for QUALITY and CONSTRUCTION """'" that you can see for yourself the EXTRA VALUES we give R, B Issaquah, Weshinfrton .Old three-room house and on pavement for $5549. water and lights. 10 Acres with 1000 feet age on lssaquala Creek for $1500; $100 down. soil and easy to dear. 3 rich lssa, $1650. All cleared and on pavement. 40 Acres; old house considerable clearing and turo; good road, for $200 down 10 Acres good upland Good road, school bus and $25 down and $5 per Small Cabin and three hlg corner lots right in for $900. Many very choice tracts on lt_ko Resoaablo prices and terms. Comfortable four-room old barn; gravity water to the house; good road, neighbors; 5t7 acres land and considerable