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PAGE TWO THE ISSAQUAH PRESS, ISSAQUAH, KING CO., WASHINGTON i i i i THE ISSAQUAH PRESS --OFFICIAL PAPER FOR THE TOWN OF ISSAQUAH---- Published If, very Thursday at ISS~QUAH, KING COUNTY, WASHINGTON Subscription Rates: One Year, in advance ..................................................... $1.50 Six Months, " . ................................................. 1.00 Three Months, " . ................................................... 75 Entered as second-class matter on October 27, 1916: at the post- office at Issaquah, King County, Washington, under the Act of March 3, 187!). M. A. BOYDEN ............................................... Editor.Publisher 0 0 I end visiting her sister at Rents f Community Church If Junction. 0 ~-- 0 * * * ......... -- } Mildred Pakka visited her sister ~]r we wonlo see .Jesus, is l~ne s~rmon text tohn 12"21 for nextI Mrs. Wallace Scott of Seattle eve Sunday at eleven. The choir will sing the week-end. "All Hail Immanuel." ' [ . * . ,*. * .... ~vtt'. and Mrs. AIDe ~enule 0I New- "Bible Falsehoods" will pintedlcastle' visited the latter's parents, be TOPNOTCHERS I by ) D AN of out Sunday evening at the seven- the Joe Barkells, Sunday. ,2 tbirty hour. , , Let your dinner wait a few sin- Art Paulsen is thinldng of starting utes Sunday; fasting is good and sola young folks life club in Hobart. is spiritual food. If you're a Chris- * * * tian, remember this: Christ went Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Wallace of Is- saquah ws]ted Mr and Mrs Leawtt hungry forty days and then prefer- "' "'" "" " red the Word of God to the devil'slSunday' , , , j~J~L~00~ bread. The Hobart town team lost their CON, A delightfully large audience heard]gase with the Logan & Bryan Lum- ~'~ the choir sing "The Awakening/ber Co team, 42 35 , , Chorus" last Sunday and many were " . . ". the words of praise. The choir wil]t Master Jim Junevieh visited ram-CHICKS "^__m EAT practice this Friday evening at the ily and friends se'veral days last week. 1a n!eans f e'v'elP'resls~:ancetod(llsease W. E. Biles home. -- TIH CVi.IN~F.Rg[and to hardship th~'ough increasing Hobart Spotlight .... "-- " ...."u"'"1 the hemoglobin or red blood in the HOBART Road Boss Appointed At last the suspense is over and Dan Seline has been appointed road boss for Hobart and vicinity. "Every man a chance," he still declares. Mary Mas]ni of Taylor visited her Schottische .... Rome Bowman guf- Seattle have made a disco-~ery which sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and] fawing heartily at two of his Sun- local poultrymen consider of almost Mrs. Anart Mattila, Saturdayand lday high-spirited visitors .... Ida unlimited importance. Sunday. ]Mattila's marcel .... Martin Ander- In ungarnished terms, there has . * * * [son wondering when church will lvliss Evelyn Anderson has moved] begin again to Seattle where she will finish her[ ~" .... " ..... --- ENTERTAINS BRIDGE CLUB junior year at Broadway. She is liv-[ ~ ---- Nelliemae Smart entertained the i " " i ms iii ng with her brother and sister.[[ [ Club of Hearts bridge club at her * * 9 I Miss Olga Pihlman, who is work-! DON T FORGE I Ihmeness session,TUesdaYluncheoneVening'wasAfter a busi-served by hereing atsunday.Snoqualmie, visited her folks ~i | l|qh~"'~' l the hostess. . * liJlJ Mr. and Mrs. Jack Killum, Mr./[., , i Gorilla, Vegatarian, gins, and Mr. and Mrs. Gee. Fish/I I When you need any. [ I thelrGrlllaSnativeinhabitwest Africadense haunts,freStSandln and daughter Josephine. all of Ta-[| | .!. .! ,. |I they are ahnost enth'ely vegetarian. coma; Miss Ruth Kinny of Fall Citv~l I mmg m me nne oz [ I They feed mostly on fruits and tender and Junior Bradenofer of Redmond, I| ] neat and attractive I [ shoots and occasionally raid plants- were Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs./I I Printing I | tlons. Marian Heflinger spent the week- l , I Henry Levedinski thinking Of get- West Coast Research Uncovers Means ting married .... JohnnyBoilie fre- er Developing Disease Resistance quently visiting the Howatson fami- ly .... Jack Hanga looking at his At Poultry Station Near Seattle five pennies soldered onto a board, his winnings in a bet with Mr. Dub. Observing developments which are son .... Jack Killum up in Taylor taking place within the body of the looking for snow .... Gil Soderberg baby chick, research workers at the and Sophie Evans lightly tripping the Albers Poultry Research Station near 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 ISSAOUAH, WASH, body of the chick. This is accomplished by means of feeding a complete and balanced sin- eral combination together with what is known as a "converting factor" which helps these minerals to assim- ilate. These are incorporated toge.ther w%h the regular ingredients for 00@ Your Business We confess it. On the other hand, we know we are justified in thus asking your patronage. We not only offer our depositors every fa- cility to be found in a modern in- stitution, together with courteous consideration and the best of ser- vice, but we also assure you of Se- curity for your money, Strength and Stability in management and methods: We will appreciate your business.., ....... Per Cent Interest" A STRONG BANK Issaquah, Washington will sell Holstein cheap, coming fresh soon; also want good farm hand. Ap- ply at this office. FOR SALEwBy Mrs. W. Ander- son, pieced quilt tops $1 ; quilt pieces, 3Ib bag 25c. At Brady's. WILL BUY all or any part of 4,000 1932 hatcl~ white leghorn hens. Must be good. Write or telephone A. G. Elder, Bothell, Washington. FOR SALE -- S. C. W. Leghorn hatching eggs, 30c doz.; also chicks 10c each. Vincent Cherne, bx 32. nourishment in tiny cylinders known as "Paks." A double purpose is served by us- ing this form of feed. One "Pak" is exactly like another and there is no opportunity for the fowls to select special particles and leave behind in the hoppers an unbalanced ration. Secondly, these Paks do not cling to the bill, to be washed offin the water or be picked off by other fowls, as is the case with mash, and thereby el- iminates a source of infection passing from diseased to healthy birds. The lack of red blood in large per- centages of the baby chicks hatched is observed by means of an instru- ment known as a hamoglobin-meter, and this same machine permits the Albers workers to observe how rap- idly the condition is remedied by means of these Paks. The anemic chick frequently shows a starved nervous system and poorly developed organs, and these in turn are the basis for trouble which may occur at any time. Flocks hit by disease or hardship usually present certain individuals capable of withstanding the attack if it is not too severe, but the new feed increases the resistance of all fowls in the flock. "The greatest problem since this discovery was made," says Frank Grimes, of the Issaquah Feed Co., "has been to counteract enlarged NoPco XX 2000 lbs. *FREE FEED TEST started tdrksv docks sod profies our O rymen (]re rnuc cqua, t I.a.ai.g 4.U Club members. Comparing facts mad figures on --ead er hying--larger pu tlets hying huger egp--better eggs "-- thicket" shells -- number of extra eass and reduction of un. profitable feeding resulting from earlier dcvelopmen,-- more at same cost-- s.me eB at le. cost--etc., etc., etc. * Den~ ha~ the fa~l and the tac. and ~P/r, Pwipln8 a lot. IITA IMPORTANT TO POULTRY MEN AND TURKEY GROWERS Thb b a FEED TEST--NOT a Lettee Wrlfi~ Conmt. THE PURPOSE--to ,tlsfv you--If, i,, your way. on ~our ranch, ~gard;ng NbpCO XX restate. Then list your results--on wrapping papar, i~ you like. Form is of no consequence. Sign up with your dealer for the FEE[) TEST whethe you write letter or not. You oan do as you plem about that. m se m TttURSDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1933 l i [] i I ~U llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll ncorporated lssaquah Branch BARLEY, Ground .................................... $18.00 CORN, Cracked ....................................... 19.50 CORN, Ground .......................................... 19.50 GERMAN PEAT MOSS, per bale .......... 1.15 (One sack or one ton) Saturday, Feb. 4 Cash Only Bm Delivery $1.00 per ton extra | statements made by those who have observed results at the Albers Re- search Station. It is not a cure, nor is it really a disease preventive. It is simply a means of building up the vitality of the chick and pullet to a point where sturdy development and hardiness replace fragile bodies and frugal appetites." D. W. HUME BARBER SHOP Cleanliness, Civility Good Workmanship SHOWER BATHS FRONT ST., ISSAQUAH LOST lO LBS. IN l WEEK ( ATTOR,,,E+ -- J. LAEL SIMMONS | Mrs. Betty Luedek of Dayton[I In Issaquah Evenings - Saturdays] writes: "I am using Kruschen to re-[I ....... l duce weight--I lost10 pounds in one// t'none o~ ~venmgs | week and cannot say too much to[[ Phone 43 Saturdays | recommend it." [ L ,] To take off fat easily, SAFELY/ ...... and HARMLESSLY---take one half/~ teaspoonful of Kruschen in a glass ll ,.~ [ of hot water in the morning before i~ | ~lr'~n~u'g~ftg~ | breakfast~it is the safe way to lose|1 v. ~-o vv vv-- | unsightly fat and one bottle thatllI .... | lasts 4 weeks costs but a trifle. Oet Jm %,,~lll~tCl-y m Kruschen at Brendell Drug Co., Is-Ill ..... - . . I sapuah or Renton-~or any drug store Ill Greenwood Cemetery has stogie I --the cost for a bottle that lasts 4Ill graves as low at $10 to $20.I weeks is but a trifle and if after thelll ~. n~vn~tnM oar~., hat ~ma | first bottle you are not joyfully sat-[ ~~2" .---._:_-.'--- l ~y th results--money back. i iE::o~E~kc::2.:~i!: I DR. WILLIAM HOLLAN. I ........ :A2:7:2 ....... l DENTIST Office Ho'ur i: to 6"00 Daily Also Evenings and Sundays Phone 602 Issaquah, Wash. "It Pays to Look Well" PAUL'S BARBER SHOP Special attention to Ladies' and Children's llllllllllllllllllllllllll Including MACHINE WORK FRONT STREET One-half block south of Highway Issaquah mmmiHlmmmmmmlmnnlnmimilmu haircutting Shaving Material ----o--- Sunset Highway, Issaquah. II I Always at Your Service for Printing Needs! II BROOMS, 'Lighthouse,' .......................... 27c SUGAR, Cane, 10 pounds for ................ 41c FLOUR, 'Homelike'. 49 pounds .............. 89c SO .P, 'Liberty White,' 10 bars for ........ 19z CARNATION OATS, 2 pkgs. for ............ BUTTER, 'Meadow Dew,' pound .......... 21c CATSUP, 'California Home,' 2 for ........ 35c BACON, Swift' , pound ' 12c SYRUP, Nalley's, quart jug .................... 23 ORANGES, (sweet), 2 dozen for .......... 23