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Pa ng-On--E-as Side- - Boys Have Cal'Hed Meetin rcaat:ned---' h a i BE GIVEN TUESDAY son's engineer for ten years, say,~ . . . , ' -- ~i ....................... :I Sammamlsh Thls Year At Town Hall For Next By Fxre Monday Evening connection with the presentation of .... Mr .................. , ...... , .......... , , ................... Speclahst t o Demonstrate -- -- edne -- ~ne goo(:l Will DeIl, an luea trial; or- : Hutch, I have had to revise my ideas { An . W sday and Ask You ... Efficient M " : about life af*er .I~Q,~ r ..... ~, nouncement was made FridayI .... , ,,.. . , I Monday evening fire broke out onllgInated in the Pascoi Kiwanis Club ethod6 In the :I .................... I I ..... i other side of the river," but I don't of the ..... appropIlat:on for county road O ~ttena lr ln[eres~ea, the h~gh school auditorium stage, some t:me ago. Extermination of Common : , , . ,, and bridge work for 1933 approxl- . . The blaze was discovered at 9.'30 b.y It is m the nature of the Grange ~ ~nD: Hhuet:hi~m rg:~:g ~:OmEh~::.n, mating $2,000,000.00 To the Taxpayers and C|tmen. of l,-ITyner Thomas The cause was an el- traveling gavel, the Odd Fellows' Pest, at Peters Farm. gni ea ~a s Pzoe ........ ' " ....... I j cts of interest in this VlCln-lsaquah and VitalLy:-- ectric light which had heated the floumshing pine, etr The North Cen- d:~:t th:tm:::Y'm:d;-=e'~,m,ay ~i=[ity are: I We, the Issaquah Volunteer Firelright front curtain to kindling point,[trat brought it here and put on the John Fmley, .spee!alist in rodent I onthe o.her ......... " { Paving on the Issaquah-Redmond Department, invite you to attend a a slight movement setting into flame, program. Issapuah in turn will take sCn~rl'e U. S. Biological Survey,. will. :tn ie d i w'll con inue p nu ~enruary 7th to 9th mclumve But those who knew Edison for/rad' .east side, $40,000.00 Ispecial mass meeting to be held inl Mr Thomas, Mr. Byrd and Mr.[it to Snoqualm ,an t l t ,~*h ~h~ ~ ........... many years would have exnected~ ravIng^ on fne Kedmond-Avondaleithe town hall at 7:30 p. m., Wednes-lDarst, with several boys who were[until it has visited all clubs of the "'~= ~".~ "~u.n~Y "tg.enL glv!ng aem- ~.~ something more exciting and enhght-~roaa, .$4o,o~.oo. ........l day, February 8th. I attending a rel~earsal, succeeded inlstate. One requirement of each club t:::Ia~mns in emc.~en~ me~nou.s, of 1~40 0co ~ [this jo nt meeting between you and[a $. 00 This is for the curtain, a! , ' " - ...... im "King" Solomon is dead. He own-I~ ~" "['~'" ...... ~our organization will determine ~ portion of a cyclorama and damage[Zaent of the North Central club ann law, as nave oeen .uamagea. oy ~ ed the Cocoanut Club in Boston, had i ....... LIOn was maue el any west whether or not we, the I V F D, to plaster on the wall I In addition'' to a cou ple of good moles-. [ne places oir nolumg these :.~ .............................. /s de of Lake Sammamish paving furl .......... ;. " " t _. _ ". . talks made by visiting members, they demonstrations have been arranged :.,,b~ge~:hot :~,~ .................. I thm season [snal~ purcnase tne l~)aynem..I. Three. mmutesafter the alarm was brought an entertainer of consider- so that all those interested may at- n . .:' :" .... ~ ,,. . .,,. I | zz you are mteresteu a[ all, come /turnea in tne are uepar[men[ waS~a~le~ r~pu~, ...... """-rams nu~n~ ....... ~soorne wno tend, and since th-~ ~e.,~,o~,,,~,~n*--*~^- i ~U~ ~ne Dlgges~ olg snoc can oe " r r r made small by one small shot from]Club Hears Talks About IW:fid::dceYO:r:r~leP; suggf:t!fins and]tPh:P;:dt:eP bte:~t :he:dbdfldmg had/was introduced by the chairman ,n will require only about one hour, it I a small revolver in the hands of a]PI,,~,;.~, 1P! ..... qK ....I ...... ~o u i IL any~ " icharge as their "Wild Irish Rose.'" is hoped all interested will be pres- small-time gangster I .......... !~ ............ [~ur~ner OOllga~lo~..s. If YOU want a l_ _ ~ i Her part in the program consisted ent at one of the meetings. ;~ "King" Solomon had bullets in his{ Thirty-two members of the Issa-[LyYth~eO~ASTe'CHAN~cEABtS:LU:aEn[~edmOnd Invites YOU to ]of Irish songs, accompanying her- The schedule for the meetings is i " " self on the harp, and several good as follows stomach, his neck and his head, when~ quah Garden Club enjoyed a pot luck u re e ............ ] Md tary Whist On 23rd : I found. ,, Iluncheon at the home of Mrs. Leon-{: ruPmrb~7~o~'yY:::a :e~:r: :::~th::~ -- tjokes. She also sang a sacred song in Tuesday, February 7th, 10:00 a.m.: In the hospital police asked who lard Miles yesterday afternoon Mrs I ...... | Redmond members of Gilman En- the closing of a talk by Rev. James C'trnation f~r-, .e ~o..;n ~-, :i 9",, " " sul~aDle location can everoe pur- t ' ' " "'" ~" ~''" ~"~- did it. King Solomon sneered stiTch, tart and Mrs Dickey snokeonl - - ]eampment are arrangmg for a milk-,Edgar, the new president of North w stle, one block east of Bank at iI . ,, , o " ~ ~- cnaseu. . . . " --- pohce, sai~ the d~rty rat got me,'l"Planning a Flower Show" ex,qain ] !tary what party on the evenmg ofiCentral club Mxss Osborne has had Welt "~ ' 1~ " a .... and d~ed. lin~, how their flower club co,~m,-~:] We w nt YOUR SUPPORT and Thursday, February 23, in the I. O extensive expemence In her hne of 1.00 n m. Issa,nsh ~,m ,~ ~ ~I That is the gangster code. it:shows ...... SUGGESTIONS---we NEED them.~o. F. Hall at Redmond At one of t entertainment, having gone over the W Pe~ers'one~fle"''~-:-~'~':*::--~' .~ ~ h e " l .... " ' .v. ,.u v~. ,.v. ~. , * * The next meet~ We, t e D partment, have decided these parties Issaquah had about the Orpheum c~rcmt, and now sags ov 3 0 . .... { ng will be held onl ........... ~ I " : 0 p m.: Hobart, farm of Oscar I A strange thmg m money ~very oennie[y to buy, ][ enougn [owns fez the radio She started o t Marc 1 at the h first demonstration of the game But u whhe Job ..... h , ome of Mrs. J. W ..... .7. .. ~ " ". " . ""nson ~ mile north bf Hobart say you weaner wHether anyooayIFinney. This Will also be a pot-luckl people, turn ou~ ~o tnx.s meeung ann.[since then they have become so pro-lquIte young with her father, who school. really knows anything about it.II,,~h o~ ~__, ^..~ ....~. [ user melr lueas, or athens ann snowtficient that they have carried off more~ was in the evangelistic field ~ .. Recently, as you may have readI .......... ~ .......... s~u,y. lus they will support us morally andlthan their share of the prizes ati A surprise number on the programlNe~ M.~mcr~-I...~.,ii...I I here, New. Zealand deliberately in-~11ouse rassesn P".~ DIll~'~ I financially" I Redmond's last =nartv.. }was a short sketch from the high~ ......... ......... , -'~ ii .~ated Its currency by 25 per cent, l gg ' I Understand us and know us right-I They are issuing a general invita-Ischool play to be g~ven February 10,1 At Washington Co-eD. I making four dollars into five dollars{ A Help'to This District ly. Everything pertaining to the play- tion and all who go may rest assured by the Misses Florence Paulsen and ~ -- iI .... ~ There has been a than e l Best minds of the U. S. A. brand~ . . -- I field: cost, amount of ground, con-/of an enjoyable evening. They play l Ethel Johnson I g n the would have told you, "There they] Leglslatmn that will have cons~d-]tract' and any other details desired/the game there and enough friendly] Attendance was a little unde~lmanagernest of the Washington Co- go, no hope for them now. ]arable effect on the prosperity of this]will be furnished by us and a repre-{community rivalry has developed tel eighty-two per cent. In addition to lPerative Egg & Poultry Associa- r~ But what happens? A boom devel-/district was enacted In Olympia onlsentative of the Bank, to the best of Ilend added zest to the game Better[the visitors named, there was oneltion plant here, effective Monday ups in New Zealand, values of stocks [ Monday when, with only two dis- our ability. |figure on going down with the crowd from Seattle and a member fromlmornlng of this week. Ray Darling, :~ and products go soaring. We ought]senting votes, the house passed theI Do ~ou want a ~la~ela~ los the 23rd Tickets, cards and lunchISnoqualmie. I'who has been in charge here for the !~ to believe what our "best minds" telll"foreign egg" bill, intended to blockl _ ~ .... v. ~- ..;. "~ ~twenty-five cents I The talk next week will be local/Pant year and a half, has been trans- . . ~re you a~ a~ m~eres~ea xn i~. f . us, even though they have not been the influx of Chmese eggs. ~ again, Dr. William Holland talking l erred to the Y akima branch and brilliantly successful of late. But it An agricultural committee meas-I Are you going to support uso~I PROMOTED TO MANAGER on dentistry " /the position of manager here is now aren't you~ - " is all most puzzling And Canada is Iure, the bill reqmres foreign eggsI ] Monte Garner who has workea for I -- }being' filled by L. W. Davis, who hast i planning to do the same. They arelor egg powder to be branded withI Remember, this is the last chancelthe Mutual Groceries since th; re ICOUNTY HELP SOUGHT IN {been filling the office of assistant I not exactly "crazy radicals" in Can-lthe name of the country of origin, lto definitely decide whether or notlorganization of that company, ha:I REPAIRING CITY STREETS|manager in the Seattle branch.. ads, a land free from bank failures,{ Pastry and confectmnery madelwe will purchase the Playfield. Ibeen made mana-er of one of the] ] Mr Davis has a family and expects I while we have thousands of them. I.~rom imported eggs must be similar-1 Come to this meetingl[eoml~ny's ~eattl~ stores. Monte'sl Changes on the road crew report-}to move here at once. I * * ly aes~gna~eu Real dissatisfaction begins to show{ " , Sincerely, ]many friends feel this is a well ed by Billie Trigg are, Wm Booth as1 ......... ....... [ ..... ] I~*aquah Volunteer Fire Department/earned promotion lassistant foreman and Bill Brown on]POULTRY LOCAL WILL . among zarmers nere wm ve no rev Charles Ek Pioneer f " ' ' "l , " O [ ]the grader. B11he hopes to see Com-] MEET TUESDAY NIGHT I olution, but if men in cities acted as " ...... ! | " " r ~'e o - ~ farmers do in the national "bread Issaquah, l~led aturdayl i mlsmone ~ vens n soon ann ~,v-I I ! ...... range to help on Issaquahstreet Th,~ regular monthl meetin of i basket," Nebraska, Iowa, the DakotasI ~ ~ " I : Y g :' ,, Charles Theodore Ek, a resident of work, the coupty to furmsh gravel the issaquah Poultry Local will be ' ~i..ao,, ~,,,la ~o ais,~hea Issaquah for about fifty-twb years, I l TOPNOTCHERS byK~T ~ and trucks, vnth most of the labor held rathe Grange Hallat 8:00 p.m. and other wheat States, ouebest . ...... n ...... I ~ commg from delinquent waterae ~at Issaquah on Tuesday, February 7 " , , , [passes away a~ nls Home nere at an! ' ' ' " ~ ". I ....s ~ ...... ............. ~ Y .... *~ .... ~v~*~iearlvn ..... hour Saturday morning, after t ~t~'~ ~ f #p, counts ]Very interesting and able entertain- ~ an illness of about two ears. He' -- - ~--,~-~..~ I .=..~ lets have been secured for the eve insurance company that hires him tel " Y ] ~ ~ ..~lt%#~"b'2~ ~'~$rII~ "#ifm I KIWANIS LUB WILL LOSE ~ " I foreclose farm mortgages: Ihad been in high spirits a d y F "-[ ,KUlIL t//[ l 1 , p - ,, da Earl in the mornm he sensed ~ - - TWO MEMBERS THIS WEEK gram m constructwe as well as in These farmers are going to hang/ Y. Y ' g ~ ~.~/~7"~t~t~'~ ~--~L~ .n,.. tl'-~, -:/Z ] [ " i~ me if I can't raise our bid on this/a warning and said he was going to ~[o~[~][~.~//~~[~|~C/',~[I//~/'~ ~ " [teresting. farm" ~leave the folks. A short time afterl~[~/f ~j~ __ --- -_. _V. ~.~2/7~'/d ~P.Z'~f ] Rev. Nelson C. Pierce of Redmondl Edward Erickson, Secretary. I he head of the farmers' "Holida he suffered a stroke which carried ~\~I /~//2~ ~/~ ~'J/~ has accepted the position of secretaryl I T y - ? ,, h~m off His dlness had been dmg~ \~ ~ 'f,/PY'~/z~ ~f" to Congressman Hill and has gone to REBEKAH WHIST PARTY Movement in Nebraska announces " " " ~//~l~ ,\?~ "~ , ~/~" . ." _ ] I "if we 'don't get beneficial services l nosed as heart trouble. I [Wash n on in that capacity. Mr.I Six tables of cards were in pla~- ]i I~f Pierce was an honorary member of at the military whxst ar lven from the le slature, 200,000 of Charlie born in Sweden Jan-i " I P "Y g Y | are comingto Lincoln and we'll tear]uary 3, 1875. five years later they[. I {,the I~s. squab Kiwanis Club and .w,ll[Gflman Rebekah Lodge on Tuesday i ~e mmsea sere rna~ wm oe ~wo mgh~ oz zas~ week Those at the that new State capitol building to came to America. After a few[ i " I " pieces," and 2,000 farmers cheerlyears in Michigan and Wisconsin, l ~'~~'('~'Y i Imembers leaving the club this week[high table whe won the prizes ware I wildly !they came on to Issaquah, which hasI~~/~ I las Ray Darling, now transferred to,Mrs. L. H. Smart, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. ~ Yak~ma, recently became a member Lmdsay and Harold L ne Farmers announce their determin-[been his home practically ever since. I ~ ~. _ ~rv~~/~~ ] I " "I " yn . i~ sties to reduce interest rates, sealel Near surviving relatives a~e htsl ~~.'fiT?a~F~ I I ~ I " !| ' down mortgages, stop foreclosures[ wife, Elizabeth Ek; his mother,. Sa- ~ .~.~ J~/~//dP ~fi~]/7~ LADI~'-S' AID WILL GIVE Ent,rtaius 4-H Club Group " -:' and tax sales, and generally defy the rah Shristina Ek; five smters, Vic-I ~t~~ ~.'~2~/~.~..~~/~]. ~'~ [ ST. VALENTINE'S DINNER I Miss Virginia Smith was hoste~ at I rights of capital and government, toria Ek of Bremerton, Mrs. Mabel l e /'ff I l a V~Jentine luncheon given at her :~ All this interests eastern flnancialiBrady and Mrs. H. M. Pedersen ofI ]IiI//II/#IIIIIL I The Ladies' Aid Society will give alhomo last week for a group of girls I concerns that hold mortgages for Seattle, and Mrs. J. W. Francis and] ]~"-~ j'~ ~|ll.~J.L~[]/J~,//}]~[l'l~l'~/'[ , [St. Valentine's dinner at 6:30 at~who are members of the 4-H Club. more than two thousand million dol-IMrs. W. L. Garner of Issaquah; fourI ~.a~.. ~ ~]~~~'~.~/.'~ff" ICommunity Church on the evening~Covers were laid for six, Those at~ lars on farms in Nebraska, Iowa and brothers, Martin and Albin of Call-] ~/ ~ ~ ~J~_t~,~Hl[[[[M~d~l~a,~ I of Tuesday, February 13. Here is a] tend;ng were the Misses Elinor Seil, South Dakota alone, to say nothing formals and George and Walter ell ~" "~ ~~[~/~ ' {chance to give the wi,'fe a rest, let]Frances Klotz, Bernice Lindsa, ] of the other States. Issaquah. [ ' ~~"f.7~14~'~ her eat someone else s cooking and]Frances Prospeck, Beryl Crosby and i~ Repudiation of debts is not exact- Funeral services were held at the ~, ~'~ _'-_ - ~ _,: - .~f~'~ lenjoy a pleasant evening. You will]the hostess. This luncheon is one of ~ ly revolution, but accompanied by Community Church Monday, R.I. - ~ :. n_ . ---~,.~~ Ibe expected to do Just that as this[the steps to complete the meal pre. i threats, it is disturbing. Men can]Case officiating. Interment in Hill-i I~t.Jff~/J I~ -" ~ ....... l will be a full dinner. I paration nrolect in the club '~ stand ~ust SO much, and they they side cemetery, F. A. Fisher, funeral I .... " " " ' ..... ": do something director. , [ CAllg ]Ir_ _ ] _ _ i| I .... , [ esmraays... IN ISSAOUAH t - " * "* * .... of stI __ . . ..-':"7- v ..... I FULL CODE OF FIRE SIREN ALARM SIGNALS The leading news article on th had passed away during 1908 He :! ,,ean,nge, a,earneoneao ., ,n. s ola .u,mpro,men, ,uo, Ifr ..... ' .... .. . :] ' ' ~t ,~ ~ ~t ~ @ ! on~ page oi The tnaepenoen~ twen gave meee starthng figures on en 'i~ P::::s..1C::he?real li abL:dT e :htteeS he:nndex nV ::titnhe" P:b~:l .... ~_ " ......................... }ty-four years thts w.k was a:llistmen : Among the 2,778,a09 an. : .... f ..... ' -- .I _ __ . ff . _ .. [ STUDY THEM; THI Y MAY PROVE OF VALUE account of the passenger train having{listed, there had been at the ears o tnat tne ,,oru mace ~nousanus OX|Grana "meagre, ~enton, wnien is tne v collided ....... } Y f n ' I Wl~n a IOg avove ~nopualmle . _ (~ millions of planets without planning/new home of the Club, on Thursday t ..... I the night before The engine was~t 10 years and under 2~ to put anybody on them seems to him[evenmg, February 9, at 8:00 p. m.] Due to mfficultms in locating nresTmgna~s. ~ ..... " - -- ~ 12 ears o..a , ..a.. " ....... ~. r~die:dlui~" ia ridiculous, Dean Inge Trade ~ I:hTtl~e b:'r:: ;~?:~': defimte slg-lan~f ~:t :ifvth:;~r:Idtht:aeh~hy:aY i~!::b~imi!~aci!i~tt;t~e rP~::n:::111: !i::~ !:d !!~!! .... 84~'i~! ~ adds, thaiif the other,, worlds need][.. . . With the railroad track running[are m. Sectlon" ' III. Your signal" isl , 18 y-e~r, ....... ana unaer" ........ 1,15-~-'I,~8 ~ red~mpti~'t doubtless God 4islts them I group" More important, 4~ere will]as n,.rth ~d south hne and the Sun-[three b!ast~, wlth a definlte pause be- From Fall Cit came the r 21 years and uuder 2 159 as He h~[vlsited us. lalwavsbe large increases' ' in the|se~ ~gnway as the eas~ ana west{$ween b|asts .... Y _ eport. ~~ ........ "~ar~ an " ....... ,_, 8 ' '" " line the t ..... I o~ a ~range navmg oeen organized ~ a unaer ........ 618,~I1 , own is d~vlded into uar If you live south of the hi hwa Let ue~liope that vm~ts to the mil-] ~,~ouns that pa~ little attention to[ q '-/ g Y l~h .... + +he ~ w ~. * * " hens of other plants are not met l~,~.~ ^^,,*-^1 and ~roduced such melt[ ' ' " sis " I ............ "~." "." "="' - _ . ~ -" ,- , Hall tersNow remember these mgnals, as and east of the railroad tracks, you with the inffratitude that foUowedthelas'~an~in:'IAncoln, Edison and oth-~they may prove of real importance]are in section IV. Your signal is "ece" " f" i'= "- ....... l~',rom..l~ineLa~e came news that ~1 to yousometime ]four biases with " ^ i a . [ z~ ~p~s o m Ix at tae conaen, wl l ~u~er aaa gone to Regina to v~eit the poor earth, let. that were useful ] : ,z , a aenn ~e p use oe-I ............... ~ sery naa mcrsasea "/uu pounas and worg in the coa~ mines He a / * * * t If you live north of the hi~hwayltween each series. I ........ ' .... i ; nry Sut, l ,, ~mny ~ars~ ana oames ~roston had tar naa lOSt 500 saeks of s uds and Professor Huntingtong, who doe~l PaderewSki says machines destroy/and west of the railroad tracks, "oul Th ............. ~ ..... I P i~ research at Yale, tells the American l eu|ture," and deplores crazy pro-]are in Section I. Your signal is on;[nhon- ~m.~ o.~ ............... ]st~. ed in to learn the condensery many sacks of apples in the recent z- v ,,,.,.,,,,,, ~,aa ~.n~ upur~tr.,Or anQ I Ir ' ~ birth control does not diminish thal duct/on." He forgets that the piano, ]long blast, with deflninte pause b~] ~ive sac~i ...... h.. ~-~ ........ I bus ness. . eeze, and Charles DeSmith, a mill bLrth control does not diminish the to which he owes his fame, is a ms- tween blasts ~ni .... ' and, would soon leave for Wmeon- ] [ . [~ te locations after. There will also I General Tibbetts had contributed sin, where he had inherited a fo ' number of children born of the ablest I chine, and very complicated. With. | If you live south of the highway I be ~ chart in the fl~ h.n ......... ' ............ ' ' rtune / -, ........... ~towever,~a qulte ~eng~ny article on ~ne t~ A. of $47,000 Geor e and e parents. Statistics from Yale and[out that machine he would be play- and west of the railroad tracks, youlthe fire de-artment ....................... .. . ' .... g H nr.v , - ~ - ~, mu~g~mus ~na~ ev- I ~,, emlmg a~en~lon to ttle iact that Ba a e Harvard prove "an'ultimate /ncreaseling the tom tom or the banjo, andlare in Section II Your signal is twotervone me.~-~.- .~ .... .~ ......I.~ ....... ~ ............. nd r t reported hauling |umbe~, ? . .. i " " -t- ~ ..,v,,,.~ ~.~ =~v~w~x lxu~V,-I~,XleZ'W W~Z'W SUb O~V~UUU lezl[;, aT, an bar Irom Van~hn,~'. ~,m *...~. o.~ "~' of descendants of the leaders of thelthere would be no Paderewsm. ]blasts, with a deflninte pause betwae~lbers with reprd to theix, lo~tione lavera~e age of 6S, and that 89,000 daret ranch. ................. e ~n.