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AGb six Army Resuming Recruiting of Men May enlist for service in Philippine or Hawaiian Islands; want musicians. Qualified single men between the ages of 18 and 35 will be enlisted for the Infantry, Cavalry, Field Artil- lery, Air Corps and Medical Corps at the various stations along the Coast in Washington, Oregon and California. Men who desire to go to our for- eign possessions may eniist for the Coast Artillery, Air Corps and Med- ical Corps in the Philippine Islands, and the Corps of Engineers in Hon- olulu, Itawaiin Islands. There are also several wxcancies for musicians capable of playing band music in the various military bands along the coast. Those residing East of the Cas- cades may apply at Yakima or Wen- atchee, and those West of the moun- tains at either Tacoma or Seattle. UPPER SQUAK Mary Hayward came up from Olympia Friday to spend Easter with her folks. Mr. Cow, kiln spent Easter with his daughter, Mrs. Kelleher, in Se- attle. Mr. and Mrs. A. Cammon and son spent Sunday with relatives in Ta- coma. Mr. and Mrs. Sockwell of Bremer- ton and Mr. and Mrs. McGuire of Se- attle were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hallworth. Al Knoernschild spent Easter Sun- day with the Knoernschild family. Homer Halworth is staying at home and drving to and from his work at Renton. Mrs. George Snyder is quite ill from influenza. The I. V. L. Club met with Mrs. A. Johnson last Thursday. A lovely lunch was served. Mrs. H. Lyne of Issaquah is a new member of the club. Mrs. Olson of Seattle was a visitor last Thursday of Mrs. Johnson. PEOPLE'S EXCHANGE FOR SALEBargain: 9 Issaquah lots, 4-room house; good out-build- ings; plenty fruit and berries. In- quire Fischer's Market or phone 155w Renton. Matt Lux, P.O.Box 1537, Renton, Wash. FOR SALE--Early Jersey Wake, field Cabbage and Cauliflower plants. Mrs. B. Weaver, Issaquah. At a real bargain to close an estate: 85 acres splendid soil; 10 acres cleared; large house; good barn; poultry houses; old orchard, and on main highway that will soon be pav- ed. Price $3500.00 on reasonable terms. This property once sold for over $7000.00. Present owners can ANOTHER EXA00iPLE OF FORD VALUE i'HE |SSAQUAH PRES:, |SAQUAH, KING CO., WASHINGTON THURSDAY. APRIL 9. ......... -:__2i17 2_ .... :::-2-_7-7--2-171:2- ....  2_7 ...... -_--z7i\\;\-3 ' v i .... i ! I Conveyors Carry Ford Car Parts Mright, enduring RUSTLESS STEEL is used for many exposed bright metal parts of the Ford WHF_,N YOU Bt a Ford you buy enduring beauty. "mhe body finish is made to last for the life of the car and practically all exposed bright metal parts ex- cept the bumpers are made of enduring Rustlesa Steel. This Rusflese Steel has great tensile strength. It is the same bright metal all the way through. A salt test equivalent to terry years' service under the everest weather conditions failed to have any effe| on its brilliance. It never requires poUahlng. All you do is wipe it with a damp cloth, as you do your windshield. This is just one of many features that show the substamial worth of the Ford. In speed, com- fort, safety, economy and long life -- in the rich. ness of its finish and upholstery  it brings yotl everything you ,.'ant or need in a motor car at an unusually low price. Call or phone for demonatration. II I I III LOqV FORD PRICES '430 to *630 (F. o. b. DeWoit, plus fl'eight and delivery. Bumpers and apare tire extra at ion co Yon may pu:wbase a Ford car 8rk /or a small don pment, oa  dwoh roar Ford dealer. not use the property and want to get " ' '" it off their hands. C.R. Berry, Is- ....................................................................................... Trains unload in the plant. saquah, Wash. FO R TRA D E::F0r-rough carpen- ter work one '26 model T Ford coupe in good mechanical condition. J. E. Powell. 10 acres, nearly all cleared; about two acres gravel for chicken runs, remainder excellent soil; small greek, springs; six room house with bath FOR SALETwo-year-old Island good sized barn remodeled for hens Belle grape plants. Archie Bennett, school bus, R..D. and electric lights Bx 144, Issaquah. Former price was $5000.00, and the .................................................................. place was worth it. For a quick turn, the price has been cut to $4000.00. C. R. Berry, Issaquah, Wash. DRESSMAKING A n d altera- tions, by Mrs. Strisberg and an ex- pert assistant. Dresses $1 and up. All work guaranteed. Opposite Cor- T ' iiii:iiii'iill ii!iiii(i i!i:  ....... :7:::: :: : .-.-: i Bodies starting through the shop. :onveyors carry wheels with mounted tires over a line on which cars pans to The highly important part played by conveyor systems I the third view is of the conveyor s .... to a all Ford Motor Company manufacturing and assembly wheels to the chasse- ---'--  . ....... sed lants is graphically shown in the above three pictures [ . - wn,cn are also m vin oft :aken in the recently opened Edgewater, N. J. plant, ve.yo[. As indicated in the nic*---- o I g . t Wheels on whi-   ---, a constanx n Cne tires have already been ffl One of the pictures shows how parts may be unloaded moves around and Over the chassis assembly lie from freight cars within the plant only a few feet from a chassis enters the section, workers, in groups t the various assembly line. Another picture shows auto- each take a wheel from the hooks and fasten " mobile bodies starting their trip on a cOnVeyor while I chassis. kle home. BornIn Seattle, Wednesday, Ap- ......... DANDY ClOse-in"  acres, neariy l'  ril 8,.,to Mr. and Mrs. E. Dockstader, Bettle of Tacoma, all of Amity. Chap- .o ter; W. S. Myers and Mr. and Mrs. mi downla grt. * * * Edward Willat:d of Seattle. Mrs. i all cleared, for $1500; $200 and-easy terms. Creek and springs ....... ......  ,eorge tlomoerg reaves tomorrow 'l'las s a snap. ts. . tserry, issaquan. I ............ i lor woraova, AlasKa, Ior cae HUlling THOSE wishing plowing and har-]season. The three Talus brothers and rowing done, leave orders at the lRoss Wright will leave next week. Fischer Market. OFFICIAL VISIT OF WORTHY DeLanee Wallace, state public c- Hill on night call* GRAND MATRON O. E.S. countant, is examining the booksi and accounts of the city this week. I Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Brady Carrie T. Myers of Seattle, Wor- * * * at Centralia Tuesday, returni thy Grand Matron of the State of Monte Garner of the United Gro. iterday" Washington O. E. S., made her of- ceries has been ill this week. , flcial visit to Century Chapter last * * * I evening. Mr. and Mrs. William Cubbon and l family of Seattle spent Sunday in t The initiatory work was exempli- Issaquah. fled, followed by an address by the $ tt t Worthy Matron, who was presented Dr. W. E. Gibson was brought i withcenturya beautifUIchapter, vase, a gift from home from the hospital Sunday and t is improving nicely, but it will be Other visitors present were Mr. several days before he will be able and Mm. Gummere of Tacoma, resi-to drive his span of mules over I dents of Issaquah twenty years ago; also Mrs. Lillian Thompson and Fred Manners mad Knowledg -X|aJUler8 nust adorn and smooth its way through world. IAke a great rough mend it may do very well closet by way of curiosity, for its Intrinsic Chesterfield. THREE big city lots (almost a full half acre) all cleared, good soft, fruit trees and small house, for $900. C. It. Berry, Issaquah. " Always a Future Our knowledge is ahvays far ahea( ,e ,mr use of lf.Amerh.an Maazlno Our moat considerate attention is at your disposal at all tim Calls arwered day or night ISS00QU/00I, WASH. utyGummere and Mrs" Willard are dep" iRefreshmentsinstructors, were served in tke II The Best Insurance " Al00ainst Hard F. A. FUNERAL DIRECTOR m F'I line of Undertaking Supplies Times Coal and Wood IIIII IIIII BUY FOR CASH ' Other Haulinl00 at Right Price , Phone 392 and save money G.E. Stonebridge We Do All Kinds of Hauling Business Every Business Day ..between.. Soattla and Coalfield, laquah, High Point, Preston, Monulon, Elliott and Cedar Groveb and all way place8 Is a Growing Account Issaquah Transportation C0,,Inc, Reindeer Steak .................................. 30e lb Boiling Beef .................................... 10e lb Salt Pork ........................................... 15c Ib Little Pig Sausage .............................. 25c Ib Lard or Shortening .................. 2 Ibs for 25 AUTO FRKIGIT AND TRANSFER Good times will come again, as they al- ways have, after periods of business inac- tivity. A resolution now to prepare dur- ing sunny days for rainy days that may come again will be the best insurance you canhave. Place a small reg'alar amount in a savings account which is always avail- able when you need it ........ Fischer's Cash Market lssaquah, Wuh. Seattle Depot.--Rallroi Ave,, Durborn St. and aflrod Way L Seattle 1:00 P. M. Only L*a luaquab SO0 A. M. Telephone Main 894 Wuhed Sand and Grnvel ISSAQUAH STATE "A Strong Bank AGb six Army Resuming Recruiting of Men May enlist for service in Philippine or Hawaiian Islands; want musicians. Qualified single men between the ages of 18 and 35 will be enlisted for the Infantry, Cavalry, Field Artil- lery, Air Corps and Medical Corps at the various stations along the Coast in Washington, Oregon and California. Men who desire to go to our for- eign possessions may eniist for the Coast Artillery, Air Corps and Med- ical Corps in the Philippine Islands, and the Corps of Engineers in Hon- olulu, Itawaiin Islands. There are also several wxcancies for musicians capable of playing band music in the various military bands along the coast. Those residing East of the Cas- cades may apply at Yakima or Wen- atchee, and those West of the moun- tains at either Tacoma or Seattle. UPPER SQUAK Mary Hayward came up from Olympia Friday to spend Easter with her folks. Mr. Cow, kiln spent Easter with his daughter, Mrs. Kelleher, in Se- attle. Mr. and Mrs. A. Cammon and son spent Sunday with relatives in Ta- coma. Mr. and Mrs. Sockwell of Bremer- ton and Mr. and Mrs. McGuire of Se- attle were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hallworth. Al Knoernschild spent Easter Sun- day with the Knoernschild family. Homer Halworth is staying at home and drving to and from his work at Renton. Mrs. George Snyder is quite ill from influenza. The I. V. L. Club met with Mrs. A. Johnson last Thursday. A lovely lunch was served. Mrs. H. Lyne of Issaquah is a new member of the club. Mrs. Olson of Seattle was a visitor last Thursday of Mrs. Johnson. PEOPLE'S EXCHANGE FOR SALEBargain: 9 Issaquah lots, 4-room house; good out-build- ings; plenty fruit and berries. In- quire Fischer's Market or phone 155w Renton. Matt Lux, P.O.Box 1537, Renton, Wash. FOR SALE--Early Jersey Wake, field Cabbage and Cauliflower plants. Mrs. B. Weaver, Issaquah. At a real bargain to close an estate: 85 acres splendid soil; 10 acres cleared; large house; good barn; poultry houses; old orchard, and on main highway that will soon be pav- ed. Price $3500.00 on reasonable terms. This property once sold for over $7000.00. Present owners can ANOTHER EXA00iPLE OF FORD VALUE i'HE |SSAQUAH PRES:, |SAQUAH, KING CO., WASHINGTON THURSDAY. APRIL 9. ......... -:__2i17 2_ .... :::-2-_7-7--2-171:2- ....  2_7 ...... -_--z7i\\;\-3 ' v i .... i ! I Conveyors Carry Ford Car Parts Mright, enduring RUSTLESS STEEL is used for many exposed bright metal parts of the Ford WHF_,N YOU Bt a Ford you buy enduring beauty. "mhe body finish is made to last for the life of the car and practically all exposed bright metal parts ex- cept the bumpers are made of enduring Rustlesa Steel. This Rusflese Steel has great tensile strength. It is the same bright metal all the way through. A salt test equivalent to terry years' service under the everest weather conditions failed to have any effe| on its brilliance. It never requires poUahlng. All you do is wipe it with a damp cloth, as you do your windshield. This is just one of many features that show the substamial worth of the Ford. In speed, com- fort, safety, economy and long life -- in the rich. ness of its finish and upholstery  it brings yotl everything you ,.'ant or need in a motor car at an unusually low price. Call or phone for demonatration. II I I III LOqV FORD PRICES '430 to *630 (F. o. b. DeWoit, plus fl'eight and delivery. Bumpers and apare tire extra at ion co Yon may pu:wbase a Ford car 8rk /or a small don pment, oa  dwoh roar Ford dealer. not use the property and want to get " ' '" it off their hands. C.R. Berry, Is- ....................................................................................... Trains unload in the plant. saquah, Wash. FO R TRA D E::F0r-rough carpen- ter work one '26 model T Ford coupe in good mechanical condition. J. E. Powell. 10 acres, nearly all cleared; about two acres gravel for chicken runs, remainder excellent soil; small greek, springs; six room house with bath FOR SALETwo-year-old Island good sized barn remodeled for hens Belle grape plants. Archie Bennett, school bus, R..D. and electric lights Bx 144, Issaquah. Former price was $5000.00, and the .................................................................. place was worth it. For a quick turn, the price has been cut to $4000.00. C. R. Berry, Issaquah, Wash. DRESSMAKING A n d altera- tions, by Mrs. Strisberg and an ex- pert assistant. Dresses $1 and up. All work guaranteed. Opposite Cor- T ' iiii:iiii'iill ii!iiii(i i!i:  ....... :7:::: :: : .-.-: i Bodies starting through the shop. :onveyors carry wheels with mounted tires over a line on which cars pans to The highly important part played by conveyor systems I the third view is of the conveyor s .... to a all Ford Motor Company manufacturing and assembly wheels to the chasse- ---'--  . ....... sed lants is graphically shown in the above three pictures [ . - wn,cn are also m vin oft :aken in the recently opened Edgewater, N. J. plant, ve.yo[. As indicated in the nic*---- o I g . t Wheels on whi-   ---, a constanx n Cne tires have already been ffl One of the pictures shows how parts may be unloaded moves around and Over the chassis assembly lie from freight cars within the plant only a few feet from a chassis enters the section, workers, in groups t the various assembly line. Another picture shows auto- each take a wheel from the hooks and fasten " mobile bodies starting their trip on a cOnVeyor while I chassis. kle home. BornIn Seattle, Wednesday, Ap- ......... DANDY ClOse-in"  acres, neariy l'  ril 8,.,to Mr. and Mrs. E. Dockstader, Bettle of Tacoma, all of Amity. Chap- .o ter; W. S. Myers and Mr. and Mrs. mi downla grt. * * * Edward Willat:d of Seattle. Mrs. i all cleared, for $1500; $200 and-easy terms. Creek and springs ....... ......  ,eorge tlomoerg reaves tomorrow 'l'las s a snap. ts. . tserry, issaquan. I ............ i lor woraova, AlasKa, Ior cae HUlling THOSE wishing plowing and har-]season. The three Talus brothers and rowing done, leave orders at the lRoss Wright will leave next week. Fischer Market. OFFICIAL VISIT OF WORTHY DeLanee Wallace, state public c- Hill on night call* GRAND MATRON O. E.S. countant, is examining the booksi and accounts of the city this week. I Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Brady Carrie T. Myers of Seattle, Wor- * * * at Centralia Tuesday, returni thy Grand Matron of the State of Monte Garner of the United Gro. iterday" Washington O. E. S., made her of- ceries has been ill this week. , flcial visit to Century Chapter last * * * I evening. Mr. and Mrs. William Cubbon and l family of Seattle spent Sunday in t The initiatory work was exempli- Issaquah. fled, followed by an address by the $ tt t Worthy Matron, who was presented Dr. W. E. Gibson was brought i withcenturya beautifUIchapter, vase, a gift from home from the hospital Sunday and t is improving nicely, but it will be Other visitors present were Mr. several days before he will be able and Mm. Gummere of Tacoma, resi-to drive his span of mules over I dents of Issaquah twenty years ago; also Mrs. Lillian Thompson and Fred Manners mad Knowledg -X|aJUler8 nust adorn and smooth its way through world. IAke a great rough mend it may do very well closet by way of curiosity, for its Intrinsic Chesterfield. THREE big city lots (almost a full half acre) all cleared, good soft, fruit trees and small house, for $900. C. It. Berry, Issaquah. " Always a Future Our knowledge is ahvays far ahea( ,e ,mr use of lf.Amerh.an Maazlno Our moat considerate attention is at your disposal at all tim Calls arwered day or night ISS00QU/00I, WASH. utyGummere and Mrs" Willard are dep" iRefreshmentsinstructors, were served in tke II The Best Insurance " Al00ainst Hard F. A. FUNERAL DIRECTOR m F'I line of Undertaking Supplies Times Coal and Wood IIIII IIIII BUY FOR CASH ' Other Haulinl00 at Right Price , Phone 392 and save money G.E. Stonebridge We Do All Kinds of Hauling Business Every Business Day ..between.. Soattla and Coalfield, laquah, High Point, Preston, Monulon, Elliott and Cedar Groveb and all way place8 Is a Growing Account Issaquah Transportation C0,,Inc, Reindeer Steak .................................. 30e lb Boiling Beef .................................... 10e lb Salt Pork ........................................... 15c Ib Little Pig Sausage .............................. 25c Ib Lard or Shortening .................. 2 Ibs for 25 AUTO FRKIGIT AND TRANSFER Good times will come again, as they al- ways have, after periods of business inac- tivity. A resolution now to prepare dur- ing sunny days for rainy days that may come again will be the best insurance you canhave. Place a small reg'alar amount in a savings account which is always avail- able when you need it ........ Fischer's Cash Market lssaquah, Wuh. Seattle Depot.--Rallroi Ave,, Durborn St. and aflrod Way L Seattle 1:00 P. M. Only L*a luaquab SO0 A. M. Telephone Main 894 Wuhed Sand and Grnvel ISSAQUAH STATE "A Strong Bank