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PAGE FOUR THE ISSAQUAH PRESS, ISSAQUAH, KING CO., WASHINGTON the funeral of Mrs. I,udwig in Sno-I HOBART qualmie. ] The Squak Telephone Co. held their i annual meeting Friday evening at . Mr. and Mrs. ttaroht Ch_apma, n vis- 'the tIallworth home. E. ttogan was lted at the 'Soderberg ttotel for elected president, P. LaCour, secre-]several clays. tary-treasurer. L Mr. and Mrs. George Fish and UPPER SQUAK The I. V. L. Club met with Mrs. E. Hogan last Thursday. Refreshments were served at three o'clock. Mrs. Art Johnson and Mrs. Isis idaughter Josephine visited Mr. and Zeller sperm* Monday afternoon withI Mr. and Mrs. E. ltogan are reeeiv-'Mrs'l Guy Fish the weel~-eP.(l. Mrs. Hallworth. ing congratulations on the arrival of over , , I Mae Heflingcr and M}hh'ed Pukka Ilazel ttogan and Mildred Cammon lanother grand-daughter, corn to . . lttended a show in Seattle Thursda- i~- ~, ,lvtrs. anu Mrs. C. Baldwin, nee Thel-[ visited Gertrude Pe(ler:~on Sunda~" : afternoon. IIazel spendin~ the night with Mildred [ ma lh)gan, of tlobart, on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. C. Kelly,Mrs. Ran-[ ():~cm" John:~on was forced io have ~ Mr Wiltsie spent Saturday and kin, Ed and tfazel Kelly of Puyal- , ' . ...... his foot amputated and is still at th,2 lup and Mr. and Mrs. Nible of Seat-[Sunday with h:s son t-am. Providence ftospital. tle visited with Mr. and Mrs. George Mrs. C. Leaf and Mrs, Johnson vis- Axel Morgan is home from the Sny(ler Saturday before mttending ited Mrs. Cammon Monday. North Bend camp. Woody Ba/~d~qn h~st his [ishin/ ta(kle in the pool hall robbery. Gus Soderberg vlsite,.l his non Gil Saturday and Sunday and Gil proud- ly served several of his many famous dishes. It is reported the father went home early, feeling slightly ill. Other Haulin at Right Price ~,s Martin Anderson motored to Seattle with her nephew, Jim Baker, and will care for her mother, who is Phone 392 ill. The Tahoma basketball team lost their game with Snoqualmie. Their next ~ame will be at Foster. Addie Bakell is visiting his pa- THURSDAY, JANUARY 19, 1933 INTEREST :OUSED ELECTRIC SOIL STERILIZER Y y,, 20, 21,23 , J7 z BUY IN QUANTITIES--KEEP THE LA DER WELL yo i FILLED AND YOU'LL ALSO SAVE MONEY ........ "' I Ii P.re C lated B 'Rose Bud' Brand 1 A ITHE E Tonl:/ S I, I quaut, Guara.to, / l- 9c I"" 19:J LBs. I ' |- _.L-- ~l~. , Cleans, Sweetens ~ CANS ~-- I I BALLENTINES 'FEDERAL' TALL CANS Made in Seattle A Home Product 2~,~ -LB. CARTON ........................ PER CAN ....................... ~ .............. MILLED BY CENTENNIAL 'NALLEY'S WAFFLE Red Bowl' Brand Its Good' 49-LB. SACK ................................ QUART JAR ................................ OATS COFFEE 'QUAKER' BRAND FRESH ROASTED See Their Guarantee Fresh Ground LARGE PACKAGE ...................... Z POUNDS .................................... Toilet Paper ], LA PJACK AMBASSADOR" BRAND ,, ALBERS A ualit Tissue The Hotcakes of the West" PER ROL2 ....... .Y. ........................... LARGE PACKAGE ...................... ~~i.~i ~ i ~~ Post Toasties J Swansdown J g er B~ lr,I, I 91 _1 c..,. 2 PACKAGES.............. V I LARGE P CKAGE.... =I V I a a RS ........................ Brazil Nuts 'l Raisins 'i Crackers PER POUND................ v, p J 4 POUNDS .................. v v j Z-LB. BOX .................. I II IIIr - . I HEADQUERITERSII' [ TTUC|', I]a ~.A. 'R&NnE I I "Th, World's Vi.est ! ..... I LTPORK Washington Swift's Swift's Sugar Cured Well Streaked Very ~est 12 12 ,, l Oc ii i i i J ii iiii Answer to Last Week's Ad: Lean, ,Medium Sin Economical ,8 10 I II II II I Camels' Haib Brushes are Made From the Tails of Russian and Siberian Squirrels. This device which so interests the young woman is a boon to greenhouse operators. It is an electric soil sterilize@developed by the Puget Sound Power ~. Light Co. Shown here are letterheads from a few of the institutions asking for information about this newest development in the application of electrtcttV. Giving young plants and seedlings a diet of thoroughly sterilized food is the latest development in the op- eration of greenhouses and hotbeds. To do this sterilizing economically and efficiently electricity has been brought into use in a new way. The new device heats the soil by forcing an electric current through it. Metal plates are placed so that rents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bakell. Ad- die has been in the army at Monterey, Calif., for the last year and a half. George Oikarl and George Wis- niski trapped another bobcat, bring- ing the total up to two cats and a timber wolf. l[ Returns of {he election at the U. i IP. Local were as follows: Chairman, !1 Ace Bowman; Vice-chairman, Harry I[ Thompson; Secretary, Art Paulson~ IITreasurer, Ike Phillips; Financial I I Secretary, Russell Richardson; Trus- |[tees, Martin Anderson, Joe Bonomi IIand Si Bwman"-- l] Hobart Spotlight l/ Jack Hines talking shingles .... If Mrs. Vie Prasch walking down the ~'I road .... Joe Tekal filling his pipe.. : I IDan Lagason selling fire insurance.. i l Vic Higgins at the dance .... Iver q~ ~]Iverson taking fingerprints while " |1 George Sidebotham reads direction. 1] Harry Thompson taking an afternooh l; stroll up the railroad tracks ..... i ~!:~!i::Z=k~i~:;~ii~:i!: ling his buttons at the dance. J ST JOSEPH'S CATHOLIC CHURCH i Rev. Father Caxey, Pastor I Services the firat Sunday sf each t month at 8:30 a.m. All other Sun- I days at 10:00 a.m. Catechism every I Saturday afternoon at 1:30 for the t . --- _. children. I HOW MODERN | WOMEN LOSE ! FAT SAFELY ,me ..!, an equal amount of current can go] through all parts of the soil or sand to be sterilized. With an even mois- ture content in all parts of the soil, an even temperature can be obtain- ed easily, which is declared to be ex- ceedingly difficult with any other method of soil sterilization. Not only will the greenhouse op- erators of this state be benefitted by the perfection of this electric soil sterilization apparatus, it is declar- ed, but growers throughout, the land will also be able to take advantage of the results obtMned. One inquiry from the east asks about its adapt- ability for sterilizing soil for tobac- co growing, as each spring thorughly sterilized soil must be obtained for tobacco seedlings. i i i l , ; ' . SPECIALS THIS WEEK i VEAL CHOPS, lb ......................................... .......... 12c ! PORK STEAKS, lb ................................................. 12c ! VEAL STEW, lb ................................................... 6 i LITTLE PIG SAUSAGES, all pork, 2 lbs. for .... 25 i BOILING BEEF, per lb ...................................... 8c | LAMB STEW, per lb ......................................... 8c | | | | Fischer's Market l:h,, W ! OF YOUR PRODUCTS. G~n Physical Vigor--Youthfulness; With Clear Skin and Vivacious Eyes That Sparkle WithGlorlous Youth Here's the recipe that banishes fat and brings into blossom all the natural attractivdness that every --BUT-- woman possesses. Every morning take one half tea- Prznt it---- spoonful of Kruschen Salts in a glass of hot water before breakfast ---cut down on pastry and fatty meats---go light on ~otatoes, butter, cream and sugar--m 4 weeks get on the scales and note how many IN pounds of fat have vanished. Get a bottle of Kruschen Salt~--- the cost is trifling and tt lasts 4 - weeka. If even this tt~ bottle doesn't i AQU convince you this is the easiest, saf- est and surest way to lose fat--if you don't feel a superb improvement in health--so gloriously energetic-~- vigorously alive---your money gladly returned. But be sure for your health's sake SUPPORT HOME INDUSTRIES that you ask for and get Kruschen Salts. Get them at Brendel Drug Co., AND HOME INDUSTRIES" Is~aquah and Renton, or any drug store in the world. WILL SURELY SUPPORT YOUR CITY 0~' ]New Richmond II0t__ el. We believe in Issaquah and have a considerable investment in equipment 328 Rooms --- Modern --- Fireproof m m NEW LOW RATES =_ em i without bath ...... from $ .75 _= DALLY, with bath .......... from 1.00 1 = WEW-KLY, without bath., from 3,S0 |" WEEKLY, with bat__h ...... from B../! "You"l Like This Hotel" ]=_" ---~ "El W, E, Boaham, Mana|er [---- Sa,.l.. w.hi.ftou ,._ liilllllllllllllllllll The printing payroll of lssaquah is spent in lssaquah--More printing done here, more printers hired