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PAGE TWO THE ISSAQUAH PRESS, ISSAQUAH, KING CO., WASHINGTON TIIURSDA5~, APRIL 13, 1933 i | i I i ii J - i i ........ ,m,,. .... ., n..wJl.... . ., THE ISSAQUAH PRESS --OFFICIAL PAPER FOR THE TOWN OF ISSAQUAH---- Published Every Thursday at ISSAQUAH, KING COUNTY, WASHINGTON Suhseription Rates : One Year, in advance ................................................. $150 Six Months, " . ................................................. 1.00 Three Months, " _ .................................................. 75 Entered as secood-elass matter on October 27, 1916. at the post- office aS lssaquah, King County, Washington, under the Act of March 3, 1879. M A. BOYDEN ............................................... Editor-Publisher LABOR VERSUS IDLENESS During the past year or two this nation has seen a surfeit of idleness among the masses At last results of the eft'otis to put men to work in worth-while numbers seem to be trickling through to the coast; and they are more than wel- come. It is in the unworked garden that weeds grow. It is in the stagnant water that disease germs waken to horrid llfe. It is in the calm that marieez's lose heart, and from the spent battlefields pest~llence, more dreaded foe than the red carnage of war. Enuui is like a long, winded, ami- able, but watery-ideaed friend who dropped in to see us and dribbles platitudes until every nerve stands out like porcup!ne quills and we long for the advent of an enemy. Ennm l ity of the newly created tax meas- ures, designed to raise funds for the schools. Comes now the report that Britain may take part of her debt in goods. So? And who will buy these goods if the payroll for their manufacture is spent in Britain and not in Amer- lira? Keep up with the wagon Change your old views and habits for new and better ones when you find them and be always on the lookout for them. God sends every bird its food, but He does not throw it into the nest. He gives us our daily bread, but it is" through our own labor. HIGH POINT is like being forced to eat meat with- -~~ (Ill TOP"OTC"ERS L w.: WII PEO out salt,~r to drink tepid water. J TRUCK ACCIDENT Labor, on the contrary, if it be re-[ Bill Fritzberg of Preston, while munerated labor, is a friend with gritIdriving his logging truck down a hill and endurance in his make-up. Itlin High Point, narrowly escaped in- comes to us as a wind visits the for-[juries when it left the road and stop-I ests, and sets all our facilities stir-]ped against a telephone pole. Nels ring, as the win'd ruffles the treetops. [Nelson with his caterpillar pulled the .... ~ ...... four years ago were about as scarce It sultans up our meat and spices our truck and Jogs OUt O the mtcn. lne ....... . as now and 1no independent was drink acmdent was due to too much weight ............... pretty Well illleO wl~n news oi l~ne ~ ~ on the rear of the truck, whmh caus- , ............ ....... . Dlg AlasKa, lug,n, t'aClIlC ~xposl- There still lurks the fear of a spe- ed tne Ironc wneem ~o raise up and .......... . non. 4qccures were run oz umental cial session of the legislature in of,i- render It out of control ..... , ....... ralace and theiviuslc ravlnon, lee cial Olympia. This is due to the un- .7.... . . Independent was also running a sub- certainty which surrounds the legal- Mr. and Mrs. Nels ~etson ann aean ........... ,. . . .. ~.. . scrlptlon con~es~ oizerlng ~o pay tee were ~eattle visitors on ~aturuay.ex enses of some oun lad for .... p ~ , y g y a Thee Misses Emd and Mddred Love - week s visit at the fair, as the grand Sunday school at 10:00. Preach- gren were dinner hostesses to Miss prize Ann Sandberg, Miss Elizabeth Isaac-" - ing service at 11:00 a. m. and 8:00 Considerable prommence was gfv- son, Joe and Paul Lorenz and Sam Young People's meeting at 7:15 . en a letter from the highway commis-I Walberg of Seattle at thmr home Midweek meeting Wednesday at sioner to the effect that the state here Sunday r 8:00 p.m. dad over Snoqualmie Summit had I i A. GALBRAITH, 'Pastor. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Hanson werebeen surveyed throughout its entire dinner guest~ at the home of Mr. and length from Easton in Kittitas coun- Mrs. Victor Holm Sunday. ty to North Bend in King county, a Nels Hjort returned home Sunday distance of 47 miles" Five miles from St. Paul Logging camp to visit~ on. the eastern division had been his family here. completed and a stockade built on II Ill I TRACTORS Miss Ellen Carson is visiting her! sister, Miss Edna Pearson, at North Bend this week. A. Hedberg recently installed a )ump to draw water from his well. Mrs. Victor Holm and daughter, ~Iildred, are visiting friends in Se- attle this week. PARTS ' SERVICE ... IN ISSAQUAH News item[ in Issaquah twenty- two mills about ready to open and Lake Keechelus to accommodate con- victs, to be used in the rock work around the lake. A section of the road between Renton and Seattle waa to be built that year. Postmaster Gibson was again tak- ing up the propostition of a R. F. D. route, tie was hopeful that with MORE ABOUT BEER (Continued from first page) the Tacoma plan to the ordinanc~ adopted by Issaquah. Councilman Auguston spoke in fa- vor of the Tacoma plan. and asked star Machinery Co. Mrs. C. Sundholm of Upper Pres- ton and Mrs. Carl Olson of Preston spent Monday at the Martin Hanson home here. Mr. and Mrs. Al Haglund of Seat- tle visited Mr. and Mrs. Emil Love. gren here Monday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. S. Tallman returned home Monday from Monroe, where they have been visiting relatives. 1741 First Ave. South EL. 0760 Seattle, Wn. those present favoring it to rise and a majority present stood. Clerk Schomber then read the Ta- Wanted A Man Who Will Work. Wanted A Man Who Has Vision. coma ordinance which was freely os- cussed, and the meeting adjourned. The second reading of the ordinance [ )assed will be on May 1. In the meantime the sale of beer is proceed- No need to be unemployed or unproductive, ing in Issaquah without a city li- We offer to the right man in every county an unparalleled cease to govern it in any way.I opportunity to become independent. - _---~--- We manufacture an amazing auto accessory--something new-- IT PAYS--To read and use Is-i nothing like it---a real seller. To the map who can sell and will work, @e will grant exclusive saquah Press want ads. [ territorial privileges. I Write today for details and for appointment in Seattle. MAGNAFILTER MFG. C0. 419 SMITH TOWER SEATTLE, WASHINGTON ' EXPRESS (minimum) 2Sc Commutation Rates Effective March I to May 31 Good for 30 days LEAVE ISSAQUAH S:10 a.m. 3"60 p. m. Extra Sundays, Holidays, 8:10 p. m. LEAVE SEATTLE 9:30 a.m. 5:15 p. m. Extra Sundays and Holidays, 10 p. Is. Round T :ip Rates ........ $1.20 One Way. .. ..................... 90c North Bend Stage Line, Inc. Cemetery Greenwood Cemetery has single graves as low at $I0 to $20, not perpetual care, but some care. Perpetual care graven, $25 to $50. Concrete markers i the water company the proposition :of laying a water main down From, street to the Baptist church i .... They had also passed a resolutmn to establish a grade on Front street from Mill to Wililams .... Charles Olson had hung out a new real es- tate sign at the Bank. lllllllllHlllllllllllllllllIlllIlllllIlllllllIlllll| llllllnnlllllllllllillllillllIlliillllllll HAMS, Swift's Premium, per lb .........16c WESSON OIL, Bulk, per quart .......... 25c COFFEE, Cascade, lb. package .......... 17c EGGS, Standards, per dozen ............ 15c SALAD DRESSING, Nallcy's, quart jar.... 27c COOKIES, 1 lb., and Jigsaw Puzzle FREE, 29c SOAP, Liberty White, 10 bars for. ....... 19c SCOTCH SOAP, 2 -lb. paekage ........ 19c MOPS, Handle and Filler Complete ...... 19c SARDINES, in pure olive oil, per tin ...... 5c Issaquah, Washington i s. i | | | I [] | | | | i i I llllllllllllllllllllllllllllIIIIllIlllIIIlll[ TAYLOR The juniors of TaN,Ms high are giving their Prom on April 28. The Tohoma Girls' baseball team won from Black Diamond Tuesday. The score was 15 to 3. In order to get the cup this year for athletics, they will have to win all ,bur games to" be played. ST JOSEPH'S CATHOLIC CHURCH Rev. Father Caxey, Pastor Services the first Sunday of each month at 8:30 a.m. All other Sun- days at 10:00 a.m. Catechism every Saturday afternoon at 1:30 for the children. o.- ERS MYRTLE LODGE No. 108," F. & A. the location of additional settlers, the Mr. and Mrs. G. Myzoville of Ms- M. Meets first Saturday in each route could be established ple Valley visited the latter's par- month. Ernest J. Lindman, W. M.; E. J. Anderson reported that the eats, Mr. and Mrs. Bagmarine, on Thos. F. Drylie, Secy. local lumber trade was in a flourish- Sunday. cENTuRY C~PiER NQ66 O.-E. ing condition ....The county corn- Mason Tripton of Seattle is visit- S Meet- see~-a .-a ,~..-,~ ~a" missioners had received an applica- ing his father, tIenry Tripton : ~ ......... ~u,-- ,,~u- nesday in Masonic hall Hazel Ek, tion for a franchise to build an etec- Miss L Alexander visited h r o ~ - " " . e m - W. M., Minnie Schomber, ~ecy trlc rmlway from Bellevue to Lake ther Mrs Alexander of Seattle ov . , ". , - -- .......................... Sammam]sh .... The Kmghts of Py- i er the week end. [ GILMAN LODGE No. 69, I. O. O. F. thins had appoin!ed a committee to : Mr and Mrs L Donekers and chil ! Meets every Friday evening. The.. draw plans zor a ouiming to be erect- " " " " -[Kinnune, N G ; L H Smart Sec~, ed on their lot at the corner of Fron~ [dren wslted thmr daughter and son-] ____ '" "" :_ " ............ -" m law, Mr and Mrs R Hurley, of street and Cooper avenue. ! " " " . [GILMAN REBEKAH LODGE No. 59 ~Kangley on Sunday A boy about sixteen years old had, " I.O.O.F. Meets first and third rented a team from the I. X. L. LIv, Leonard Curtis spent the past Wednesday of each month, at I. O. ery stable and had failed to return I:. week end with his sister at Sequim. I O. F. Hall. Mary Kinnune, N. G.; Next day J. M. Go,de and Fred Tib-I Mrs. Hotchkiss is spending a few lRuby Lindman, Secy. betts found it near Tolt, where it had[ weeks with relatives in Portland. I I---~A ................. SS QUAH VALLEY GRANGE No been abandoned after the boy hadI Mary Masini spent Sunday with .......... e ] I o~l Ivlee~s second and zour~n aden mad a fruitless effort to sell "t... lher sister, Mrs.Ernest Mattila, of. " I day of each month, 8 p m, Grange The City Council had taken up with[Hobart. Hall. W.V. Bradley, Master, Mrs. C. Mr. and Mrs.Tony Muletta and Elaine Muletta spent Saturday vzs- L:~O-ls~~n-'._Se~cy" _ ................... iting in Seattle. GILMAN ENCAMPMENT No. 43, I. Rose Marie Evans spent the week O.O.F.Meets every second Sat- end with Miss Rohomits of Seattle. urday at Issaquah and every fourth A great treat to the school pupils Thursday at Redmond. Visiting Pa. was the vacation on Thursday and triarchs welcome. R. G. McKee, C. Friday. P.; E. J. Lindman, Scribe. SPECIALS THIS WEEK l fill l LEG OF SPRING LAMB, per lb ......... 15c BONELESS CORNED BEEF, per lb ....... 10c Ill Home Rendered I1,1 i I I ]1 I ,,all U PORK ROAST, per lb. 12c Also Fancy Hams and Picnics for Easter isc furnished with each grave, free. Telephone Retnon 5S RENTON, WASH. WHEN Tile OLD WOODSTOVE WAS NEW! -- and Dad brougbt the victuals up from the cooler . . in the cellar. ? BUT NOW--, THE ELECTRIC KITCHEN -. I L I G H TCOM P A N Y I S H l A P '' Urn--Urn-m-! It wH * olorious ~s~ in those chum of kindling-spIK~ing and ~re-coa~lno. While the h~blo groaned under its sbundsnt leed of good thid|s, mother's kneos cru*ked snd her b~ck sched from ' st~runuous watching of the oven's pe~ormsnce, stu~. ing in wood, and from countless ~hor chores wMck she alone could do. Dad's ~eet cried out for mercy and his head reeled when the trap door to the dim and mus~y cellar whamod him just is he resched the floor level wi~h a pan 'el: cr.~m a~d s ruff o| butter. Whon khst old wood stove wss new, it was con- sidered a work a| ~rtl New chanlled is thu kitchen of ~dsyl There shreds the slectde ringe--a Ilecmin| plc~ut~*f efficiency end economy--self.contained, and 80 easily oporll~- PUGET SOUND POWER & '' 0 U ~ i L IIC T R I t 1" Y '1 ~ I . I _. ,,,, , i ,,,, ,,, ,,,