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THURSDAY, APRIL 13, 1933 I rt ..... t i inttt mr " i iLOCAL i -AND-__ __PERs oN-A-I. Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Schneider at- I tended the annual dance of the Se- attle Ski Club at Norway Hall in I Seattle last Friday evening. THE ISSAQUAH PRESS, lSeAQUAH, KINC CO., WASHINGTON i A Big Job On Washington PaperI PAGE THREE .... I I IIIII III I IIII II - I I ~ " I I III I [ I I I I PURE RAW MILK AND CREAM Phone F244 MORNING DELIVERIES Issaquah Valley Dairy DR WILLIAM tlOLLAND DENTIST Office ttours--1:00 to 6:00 Daily Also Evenings and Sundays Phone 602 Issaquah. Wash. ATTORNEY ..... J. LAEL SIMMONS In Issaquah Evenings - Saturdays Phone 593 Evenings Phone 43 Saturdays Mrs. E. B. Egerton and her mo- ther, Mrs. Mabel Sanford, returned home Thursday from Hoctuiam where Mrs. E~erton has been convale~;cing fl'onl a recent operation. Ellsworth Pickering is building a home near the Roy Pickering home. Mrs. Sarah Hildebrafid has mov- ed into the Gibbs cottage on Hill street. * * * Mrs. W. E. Gibson was the gue::t of Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Ryerson in Seattle from Friday to Sunday eve- hang. * * * Miss Mattie Bush has been con~ned to her home with a quite serious iII' D. W. HUME ne s for the past three weeks. * * * BARBER SHOP Mesdames Ads Davies and Lena __ - SchZeider were honor guests at Lake- Cleanliness, Civility side Chapter O. E. S., Bellevue, last Good Workmanship I Thursday evening. ~ ~D ATHS Mr. and Mrs: A: P: Burrows and daughter Alice of Bothell called on I friends here S:nd, ay :fternoon FRONT ST., ISSAQUAH I Miss Mary Wold and Mrs. C. W. ]Peters attended the annual nurse~ HILE'S BARBER SHOP dinner at the University Club Friday : evening. * * * ~O--- Mr. and Mrs. J. It. Schomber spent from Saturday to Wednesday wit,~ Efficient Tonsorial Service Russell Wilson and family at Pearson. for all Erma Dean *Mounc; is visiting m Bremerton thiswe.ek with relatives. Members of the Family Bill Peters Jr. has been confines O- Front St., --- Near Bank "It Pays to Look Well" PAUL'S BARBER SHOP Special attention to Ladies' and Children's haircutting --o--- Shaving Material ---o-- Sunset Highway, Issaquah. IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII Including MACHINE WORK E. Cedarholm FRONT STREET One-half block south of Highway" Issaquah IIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIII to his bed with inflamatory rheu- matism for seven weeks. * * * Mrs. Sampii of Seattle visited last week at the home of her daughter, Mrs. C. E. Kinnune. * * * J. H. Banfill Of Lester was a bus- iness cedler h:re,ye:terday. At the Fire Department meeting on Monday evening Bill Hayward was named manager of the depart- ment's baseball team and Bill is now trying to get the boys in line. Mrs. O. D. Woodring and family of Tacoma spent the week-end visit- ing relatives here: * Mrs. Ira Smith and small daughter Elinor and Mrs. Pat Harrel of Seat- tle called on friends Tuesday after- noon. * * * The local Odd Fellows elected ]~. J. Lindman as delegate to the grand lodge for the coming two years, an~ Thos Francis alternate. Mrs. Dolly Lahar and children are spending the week with the Woodrin'g family in Tacoma..__ Mrs. E. J. Lindman, Welfare Voucher Clerk for this district, at- tended a meeting of welfare workers at Renton Tuesday morning. Mr. and W. L. Garner and Miss Esther Garner were dinner guests last evening of Mrs. Herbert Riese at her home on Lake Sammamish. * * * Mrs. Sevila Furnell, who has been quite seriously ill for a few weeks, THE ISSAQUAII THEATRE 7:30 P. M THURSDAY, APRIL 13 "PRIVATE JONES" (Lee Tracy) MICROSCOPIC MYSTERIES -- OUR GANG COMEDY FRIDAY and SATURDAY, APRIL 14- 15 F. A. FISHER, FUNERAL DIRECTOR "OFFICEF 13" (Monte B1 ~e) "HIDDEN V/ LLEY" (Bob Steele) NEWS SUNDAY and MONDAY, APRIL 16- 17. "THE HALF NAK D TRUTH" (Lee Tracy - Lupe Valez) NEWS -- WORLD DANCES ---- OUR GANG COMEDY I IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIII Improved Fordson At l ....... t Star Machinery Co.I 1741 First avenue south, Seattle, has]~~l II~lff been appointed Fordson tractor dis-/ tributors for Seattle and King county[ FRI SAT MONDAY land now has in stock the new im-~ --" " ..... " .......... proved Fordson. I --SPECIALS--- I The company also has a completel More than 22,000 stockholders or 8 per cent of the company's gross i stock of parts for all models of the!Al~L., I-II71~I~|NI~.~ the Puget Sound Power & Light Co ea nzn .. . rffi~,o~, AA~-*A'J~A,~,~'--'-- r gs Smce its organization m IFordson tractor, and can give com-]~, ~ ,_ (two-thirds of them residents of the 1912, the company has paid in taxes " " r " ~ Ior ItS: ......... ,, plate serwce at its la ge maehmeryI .............. state of Washington) are thi~ week over ~l~,vuo,ooo. repair shop t~v-~, " " ~ n recezvmg copies of the compan~y s a - In discussing the lowering cost of The new imnroved Fordson has tl1/kt"l~l~lKi~L-" nual report for 1932. This pile of electricity, Mr. McLaughlin pointed 40 per cent more horsepower on the[ Large, fat, each .... 15c 36 mail bags, sumounted by two of ou,~. belt and 30 per cent more power on] the young ladies who have just super- A general reduction in residence ! the draw .bar, due to the many new ...... vised the big job of mailing, is ready and farm rates .... was made on improvements, which include larger I I .i COFFEr for the ,nail trucks. January 1, 1932, and in commercial engine bore, improved carburetion, The report is an economically pre- lighting rates on March I, 1932.1and ignition. A high tension mug- Pound 7c sented record of 20 pages; printed on Our rates are much lower than the nito with impulse coupling make for over two tons of paper made in the average throughout the country and easy starting. state of Washington. are as low as in any comparable Their parts stock is all new and President McLaughlin brings out area anywhere. Residence and farm very complete Regular shipments I.I/'~IIANIr~ ![)I Ilg interesting facts regarding the com. customers today pay on an average of replacements keeu it complete a~ aa~Ja~a~a'~a.~ a~j~.~,w*- puny s tax payments. He says: of less than three cents per kilowatt all times Made of eggs, milk, flour "The company's taxes evidenced hour. This is a decrease of 70 per- toasted to a rich -olden an increase in 1932 of 7.4 per cent, cent as compared with the average Mr an-d'~Mrs E E Smart and l over 1931; and 27 per cent over rate paid in 1913 During the sameifamil; of Bellingham visited Thm's-i brown; makes excellent 19 ]0 Last ear the company pad period, the per capita tax burden m : " Y , . . ." t day and Friday at the L. 1L Smart'I milk toast, per pkg... 15c taxes, amounting to $1,078,285 lev- zne sta~e of Wasnington increased home .._msM N_lhe...aeo " m _mart,~ t retu_..-rn " led within the state, equivalent to 150 per cent ............... D|PI~' I eu LO ~elllngaam wi~n Lnem where axs~a~-- ! ~ I she will be their guest during Easter Very -pod -ualit,, lb 5 0.0 Ivacation. J e~ -i J, I Community Church [ I ' SHORTENING 0 ... 0 9 : ---- Easter Day is the Glad Day , "This l PEOPLES EXCHANGE vegetable, lb...gc is the day which the Lord hath made b Arthur Brisbane and we will' rejoice and be glad in FREE!--1 gallon of paint, varnish Pickled PIGS FEET-- it." Plan and prepare for it. tar enamel with every purchase of 4 ~_rmour's, qt. jars .... 25c (Continued from first page) Our,annual Easter program oflga!lnslPrmes from(duringmnth of April only.)$1 89 per gallon and up SWEET PICKLES--- an Mountains, highest peak on earth, children s pieces, plays and songs, Is Call for parhculars" " A L Wold Co," Mighty is the airplane. With tt to be given from ten to eleven o clock .... Rosedale, quart jars.. 29 Issaquah Wash and the Easter church service will be you may cover in an hour the ter- held from eleven to twelve, with spa- G-~ Yb--~ 7o~ E a;te7 -~t PRESERVES-- ritory over which Moses wandered the ground According to the ex- pert, it is 4,000 year old. Califor. nia's giant trees may be older. The naturalist Burroughs once cial Easter music. Sermon by the forty years. * * * pastor, who is in his third year of service to the Issaquah Community, Dr. Hermann Von Schrenk of St. lthis week. Louis, consulting timber engineer, says the oldest living thingis a cyp- Baptism will be administered at press tree in Mexico near Oaxaca the 7:30 hour. Last year at this City, called the Tree of Tule. The time 24 were baptized and this year: tree is 140 feet high and 117 feet also a large number is expected to in circumference 40 inches above share the privilege of this beautiful ordinance. Welcome to this church every Lord's day! S. E. ANDERSON, Pastor is reported lmpiov:ng. ,, " " ~said they had bark a foot thick Miss Lorraine Durst returned to when Christ was burro" her horns'Tuesday from California] " where she has visited with relatives Beverly Moss of Seattle is spen(t- for the past seven months ing her vacation here visiting rela- tives *~ * ,,, "Mr. and Mrs. Mark Gunderson of Fresno, Calif., are visiting relatives , in the valley. FULL LINE of UNDERTAKING SUPPLIES and Mrs. W. R. Gibson of Se- MORE ABOUT ASPHALT (Continued from first page) program at a cost of fifteen cents. The object is to bring together at this meeting just as many as possible and for that reason it was decided to hold no business meeting, that for- mer members of the Grange would feel free to attend, and a special in- Roy Pickerings. Pure fruit, lb. jar .... en ranch Write Bx 934, Renton. IdlUl.lO# ~i tlll l' ~'1 I IUflI I0 bl Ul l',ll I en ranch. Write Bx 934, Renton. ] . e 5 Home Owned Store I-- " miles up valley. Inquire of Mrs. A. Cammon " ' ' "' l IIIIIIIIlIIIlllIIIllllllI FOUND---Pair b~ach hor-n-~rimme-----d glasses in case. At this office. FOR SALE--Fifteen boats in good condition. Hans Jensen. FOR SALE--Young pigs; also Netted Gem potatoes M.R. Martin, on E. J. Anderson farm, on Lake , , , , ,- , , ' | , Notice of Sheriff's Sale of Roal Estate Sheriff's Office, State of Wash- ingtvn, County of King, ss. By virtue of an order of sale issued out ,)f the Honorable Superior Court of Emg County,on the 14th day of March, 1933, by the clerk thereof in Sammamish. the case of Annie J. Adams, Plain- .........,............................. tiff, versus H. R. Christy, Edward FOR SALE-- Houses t o wreck, M. Manning and Margaret M. Man- ning his wife; D. L Burkhart and from $12 up. See A. Galbraith. Algae B. Burkhart, his wife; and the on mine hill. West.rn Loan & Building Company, , -=' r, , a corporation, Defendants. Buy--and save, in Issaquah. No. 253583, and to me, as Sheriff, Our most considerate attention is at your disposal at nil times Calls answered day or night ISSAOUAH, WASH. nintH ] ] [ ] ] i i I I i I i I Seattle's Finest Downtown Apartment Hotel. Close To the Shopping Center and Theatres. One Block To Stage Depot. Hotel Rooms with Bath from $1.50 Single, $2.00 Double. Without Bath from $1.00 Single, $1.50 Double. Completely Furnished Apartment with Hotel Service, from $2.50 Single, $8.00 Double. Low weekly and monthly rates. "YOU WILL LIKE THE CLAREMONT" FOURTH AT VIRGINIA SEATTLE, WASHINGTON attle spent Saturday afternoon and Sunday with Jack Elves. Exchange Ads are result- getters and are inexpensive. Use them. 7 BEAUTY -SHOPPE SPECIALS- Shampoo and Marcel ........ 7So Shampoo and Fingerwave .... Facial .......... 75 Wet Wave ........ 25c Henna Pack ...... 1.00 --- HOME ------ - BEAUTY SHOPPE - Ill II flII IIIll II Ii111 We Do All Kinds of Hauling --- between --- vitation is extended to all former members. The Kiwanis Club prom- Says Her Husband ises to come just about one hundred per cent in membership with about Lost 16 Pounds the same number of non-members,'o~ about forty in all. In 4 Weeks The entire program will be put on by the Kiwanis Club and they are or- "I have never found a medicine ranging something that they feel will that 'peps~ you up like Kruschen be appreciated. Salts and better still leaves you 'pep- l~ed t p.' I take it two or three times we ~k--not to reduce but merely to Cow Sacred In India feel good and clean. My husband Th~ cow Is a sacred object of wor~ took it toreduce, he lost 16 pounds ship In India. Cows roam the streets in four weeks." Mrs. E. A. Ferris, and may go in and out of residences Washington, D, C., December, 1932. and business houses alike as they To lose fat and at the same time please. These cows all live to enjoy gain in.physical attractiveness and a ripe old age for a cow is never feel Slfirited and youthful, take one destroyed until she dies a natural half teaspoonful of Kruschen in a death. Woe be unto him who aecI- glass of hot water before .breakfast every morning. dentally kills a sacred cew.---Hoard's A jar that lasts four weeks costs Dairyman. but a trifle at Brendel Drug Co, Is- saquah and Renton, or any drug store ~ IIiIllIlIIlI in the world, but be and IlII I sure ge~ Kruschen Salts, the SAFE way zo reduce wide hips, prominent front Business Every Business Day ~ and double chin and again feel the oy of living-~money back if dissa stied after the first jar. , Seattle and Coalfiaid, lssaquah, High Point, Pr~mton, Monohon, Elliott and Cedar Grove, and all way places directed an@ delivered: Notice is hereby given, That I will proceed to sell at public auction to the highest bidder for cash, within the laura prescribed by law for Sheriff's Sales, to-wit: At Ten o'Clo,:k A. M. on the 29th day of April, 1933, before the Court I~ouse door of King County, Jefferson Street entrance, at Seattle, in the State of Washington, the following described property, situated in King County, State of Washington, to-wit: West 48 feet of lot seven (7) in block eleven (11), Supplementary Plat of Edes and Knights Addition to the City of Seattle, according to plat ~hereof recorded in Volume 2 of Plats, page 194, records of said coun- ty. Levied on as the property of all of the said defendants herein, to satiS- fy a judgment of a foreclosure of a mortgage amounting to Two Thou~- and Two Hundred and nail00 ($2,200.00) Dollars, attor0ey's fees of $150.00, $2030 paid for insur- ance the cost of suit and interest in favor of plaintiff. Dated this 15th day of March, 1933. Claude G. Bannick, Sheriff, by L. E. Anderson, Deputy. ~23 4-20 Issaqu, ah Transporlation Co. Inc, AUTO FREIGHT AND TRANSFER Seattle Depot---Railroad Ave., Dearborn St. and Railroad Wa~ Leave Seattle It00 P. M. Oa[~y Leava Issaqunh tit00 A: M. Telephone Main 394 Washed 8and and Gravel 1 n ill Other Haulin at Right Price Phone 392 [ ,/i _ I.ii i] I .J