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PAGe] &apos;W0 THE iSAQUAH IRES ISgAQUAH, KING CO., WASHINGTON TIIL'P.sbAY, APRIL 2;, PRESS and a,e a eo00,stant n00on00ce to who are careless and incoml)etent cause our cigantie T H E I S S A Q U A H . death record and PRESTON Safeguard property of all who drive. Every state should take steps  w.n ,.,<: ., ,,n i to make certain that every possessor of a The Ladies' Mission Circle held a d,, rot lake it to v:,ur.elf; for: ------OFFICIAL PAPER FOR THE TO'N OF ISSAQUAH driving license program at the church Tuesday eve- y,,u d. , T:,k, ir t,, yoursel] ,  is reasonably fit to use public highways, king at which Re,.. H. Berglind was Published every Thursday at  " l.a. :l'zu. ISSAQUAH, KING COUNTY, WASHINGTON 1 * * * * * * , , , the speaker. The orchestra from BUSINESS High Point furnished the music. A large number of visitors from High Subscription Rates: i We have been asked to express our opinion as to Point and Issaquah were present. One Year, in advance, _ ........................................... $1.50 RATERNAL ORDERS "" t  . Miss Christine Johnson spent F Six Montim ................................................................. 1.00 when this "depression" will end. We are too busy try- .... ri- GILMAN REBEKAH LODG i  . !lay mgbt and Saturday with a 59, 1. O. O.F., meets first; attd Three Months .......................................................... 75 ing to transact our business to devote nmch tilne to . , (llS-) friend in Everett. O.F. Hall. Orpha McDonald ..................................................................................................... "b " Wednesday of each month Entered as .-,econd.,.la::'; matter on October 27, 1916, at the post- lssion of uslness oepresslons ' during business hours. Mr. and Mrs. John Skoglund and Mary Kinnune Secretary. om,.e at lsaqu,,h, lin' ('ounW, Washi,,on, under the Act of i ployment, all working fearful hardships, but to unem-iMr, and ,rs. Bill Edwins enjoyed a GILMAN ENCAMPMENT March "1, 1879. True, we have times of depression, of gTeat over-i trip to the Summit Sunday. i back I.O.O.F., meets every .... emphasize these but tends to prevent the coming ' The Misses Esther and Elizabeth fourth Saturday. Visiting M. A. BOYDEN ............................................... Edltor-Publisher of better times. Anderson of Seattle visited home- archs welcome. A. Palmberg folks Sunday. E.J. Lindman Scribe. The slogan of the State Press Association last year, ! .ti Violet Gullieson and Harry ISSAQUAH VALLEY IT'S A BOOMERANG WHEN YOU KICK "Mind Your Own Business" was an excellent one. If Pripp of Seattle spent Sunday atSsL Meets second aria we would all keep busy doing just that- ' e' WOUlU'" see i: Violet'SMr andhmeM belt-, day of each month, 8 p.m., Washington needs only to have its natural ,'esources more business to be done, and more workment doing it, i. .." .  "s. Walter Edfast and Itall. Harold Lynne, Master, Iamuy oi Lverett spent Sunday at Sween, Secretary. and advantages known to give it its rightful place among thus relieving the unemployment situation, the Bill Fritzberg home here. Mr. ISSAQUAH CHAPTER No. $9, the greatest states of the nation. Two factors are neces- * * * * * * * * I Fred Fritzberg, who visited here A. M. Meets fourth sary in order to achieve this end. last week, returned with them. Competent authorities continue telling us that the ....... each month at Masonic hall. m. o. A. Fritzberg and Mrs. Wil- ing companions welcome J First, its citizens mus! realize the value and necessity business of 1931 w ll be transacted bv the man who goes liam Fritzberg entertained several Eastlick, E. P. H., Thos. F. for paid publicity. Every community should join in this, after it. Go after 3:our share by keeping the buying pub-friends Friday evening in honor of secretary. and, to make it most effective, it should be handled thrui a state-wide association. As Mr. K. C. Batchelder of l lie in touch with the progress of your business." Fred Fritzberg. Those present were L;DGE . . . . . No 46, Longview says: ',We should formulate some sort of co- * Mr. and Mrs. E. Edwins, Mr. and Meet * first and th'irt" , * * * Mrs. O. Nygren, Mr. and Mrs. John each month. W. E. Gibson, Friberg, Mrs. A G. Hedberg, John H. Johns, K. of R. and S. operative national advertising campaign in order that THE GREAT MOMENT IMichaelson, Carl Skoglund and MYRTLE LODGE No. 108, tourists, investors and others might be attracted to the We have a right to be happy. All right,let's be it! *Gust Nelson. state to develop its natural resources. Observe the suc-i Here is an infallible recipe: Be happy! Do not waitiBe[2ha d M  M. Meet, first Saturday eessful campaign being carried on in Oregon with the e HGtsB2rglind of month. Harold Sehumaeher, for it, and put in all your time working for happiness-, . . " ,,-: t th E. Thos. F. Drvlie, Secretary. development of the agricultm'al settlenent and the fur-i , rawms home this weeK. " " thering of the agricultural industry. It  ould be easier to that you expect to enjoy m the future but APPRECIATE ! ms. M. Hohngren, M. A1 Peters E. S. Meets second and fourth WHAT YOU HAVE NOW, while looking ahead for;Mrs. Ted Birchard and Bob Holm2 CENTURY CHAPTER No. attract industries with the larger population to serve.' nesdav in Masonic Hall. Euniee something better. That alone will insure your happiness, l'en, all of Seattle, ,,'ere visitors at ring'ton W.M., Minnie Schomba Second, we don't brag enough. If every inhabitant: And the Phil Nelson home Saturday. would overlook a few disadvantages and emphasize retary. the many advantages with which we are blessed, not only There is NO OTHER WAY. Your past, present and - GILMAN'LODGE o. 69, would this create a most favorable reaction on all visi-future are controlled, absolutely, by the passing morn- Meets every Friday. evening. tors, but it would add to the actual contentment of the ent-the NOW. On what you do with it depends your Lewis N. G., Thos. Francis native himself. That "booster spMt" has been a big fac-i happiness" Get Your-- tor in the development shown by our southern neighbor, with Mrs. Hallworth. The club pres- Business Dim California, and would do as much good here.  UPPER SQUAK ented Mrs. Hogan with a lovely quilt, gbo 00ehaira The first requires a financial outlay, but there is not a Luncheon was served. property owner or citizen of the state who would not re- Mrs. Sorenson of Seattle visited NEW RICHMOND eeive direct benefit from its results. If the cost can be her daughtei', Mrs. Otto Neilson, Patronize your local merchant ModernFireproOf I Monday afternoon.  at HUME'S, where orko Seattle's Largest and Best sufficiently widespread, it will not be a burden to anyone., Mr. and Mrs. A. Cammon visited l man,hip and materials are Priced Hotel The second requires only an appreciation of the na-, relatives Sunday in Tacoma. the very best. Oppo.ite Both Depott------Fr tural advantages which are showered upon every Wash- Mr and Mrs. George Zener and i 00 rooms without bath$. ingtonian, and an enthusiastic expression of these ad-i family visited with the Hallworth 100 rooms with bath $1. 150 rooms with bath $2. Women and children vantages, t family Monday. ' "We Save Your Sole" here. We cater especially i John Kelleher of Seattle spent ../: When those two propositions are realized, Washing- Sunday with his grandfather, Mr. t people of this ton will be on the road to prosperity.--George L. Burgle- Conklin.  I acemodatlons second attle at above rates. The haas, Sumner. I Mrs. Mary Wilkinson spent Sun- R.B. HU[ and equipment are the bet; * * * * * * * * i day with her daughter, Mrs. Knoerns- i room a sunny outside room. After reading the report in The Press last week, ichild" LOUIS LUCAS, Mr. and Mrs. Nible of Seattle call- i AllrlalsWorkmanhiPstrictly Guaranteed.and mte- King Alfonso XlII of Spain denies renouncing the claim ed on their parents, Mr. and Mrs. I TOAbTEP, MONTH LE'S BARBER of his descendants to the throne. However, we stick to :Gerge Snyder Wednesday evening, i 4T Akt. IELICTkAt, $TORt$ our original announcement. Alfons may not know it, but i The I. V. L. Club met Thursday i '---.--.-.., he has renounced just about everything that ever con-  o--- nected him with Spain. 1 Efficient Tonsorial * * * * * * * * for all BAR "THE DANGEROUS DRIVER Members, of the During 1930, 32,500 people were killed in automobile --o--- accidenk% as compared with 31,215 in 1929.  SHOULD WI00lff'lllJ00 On Front St., Near During 1930, 12,600,000,000 gallons of gasoline were consumed, as compared with almost 14,000,000,000 in -___ ' 1929. " PAUL'S BARBER In other words, automobile fatalities increased over CHILDREN EAT IT?. four per cent, while use of gasoline=an accurate bar- Special attention to s, ometer of mileage--decreased about ten per cent. The only possible conclusion is that each year the highways Ladies' and Childrea* grow more dangerous, haircutting This may be laid to a multitude of reasons. Car Fiteh'a ShampoO speeds are increasing, and in many instances highways 1 PARENTS, partlculary mothers, are paying a lot of at- 1 For Dandruff are inadequate for moden, congested, fast- moving ' tention to children's diet these days. For it is far more ---o-- traffic, economical and pleasant to keep a child well by feeding Sunset Highway, Issaqu Of greater importance, there a r e unquestionably him correctly than by nursing ,,nd doctoring him back thousands of people now operating cars who are temper- to health. amentally or physically unfit. In states wh[eh have adoRted strict examination laws Of course the doctor should he consulted regarding D.W. tt'UME for drivers, the accident rate has usually gone down while what a child ,hould eat and what he ,hould not eat. But Barber Shop increasing in states where licenses are issued to all who do you realize that the leading manufacturer of food Cleanliness, Civility wish them. The overwhelming percentage of drivers are now seek the advice and approval of the leading nutri- Good Workmanship reasonably_careful and competent. The small percentage, tional authorities in the country, relative to the claims they make for their products in their advertising? SHOWER In other words, food advertisements are reliable B A T H S BUY FOR CASH of information regarding diet. They are based root St., ,,,,,J, upon theresults of the latest approved scientific discov- , eries about vitamins, minerals and roughage, in relation an to vigorous bodies, clear complexions, sound teeth and [Pure Raw Milk & d save money properly regulated systems, i ISSAQUAH VALLEY Phone F244 So read the advertisements carefully. Very often the Beginning May 1, 1931 advertiser invites you to consult the doctor in regard to Milk, per quart ..... Boneless Beef Stew ............................. 18c lb. children's diet because he has asked authorities, whom the doctors respect, about those advertisements first. Reindeer Steak .................................. 30c lb Numerous foods, advertised at money-saving prices, Salt Pork ............................................ 1: Professional appear weekly in the columns of-- Little Pig Sausage ....... , ...................... 2h: EL tot Lard or Shortening .................. 2 lbs for 25,: So.... ML,.= - ..................... Attorneys at Law Th I hP Fischer's Cash Market e ssaqua ress Issaquah, Wash. - B E A U T Y P A R L O: All lines of work Evening appointments if MARION GUNDER$OIq MarinelIo Operator PAGe] 'W0 THE iSAQUAH IRES ISgAQUAH, KING CO., WASHINGTON TIIL'P.sbAY, APRIL 2;, PRESS and a,e a eo00,stant n00on00ce to who are careless and incoml)etent cause our cigantie T H E I S S A Q U A H . death record and PRESTON Safeguard property of all who drive. Every state should take steps  w.n ,.,<: ., ,,n i to make certain that every possessor of a The Ladies' Mission Circle held a d,, rot lake it to v:,ur.elf; for: ------OFFICIAL PAPER FOR THE TO'N OF ISSAQUAH driving license program at the church Tuesday eve- y,,u d. , T:,k, ir t,, yoursel] ,  is reasonably fit to use public highways, king at which Re,.. H. Berglind was Published every Thursday at  " l.a. :l'zu. ISSAQUAH, KING COUNTY, WASHINGTON 1 * * * * * * , , , the speaker. The orchestra from BUSINESS High Point furnished the music. A large number of visitors from High Subscription Rates: i We have been asked to express our opinion as to Point and Issaquah were present. One Year, in advance, _ ........................................... $1.50 RATERNAL ORDERS "" t  . Miss Christine Johnson spent F Six Montim ................................................................. 1.00 when this "depression" will end. We are too busy try- .... ri- GILMAN REBEKAH LODG i  . !lay mgbt and Saturday with a 59, 1. O. O.F., meets first; attd Three Months .......................................................... 75 ing to transact our business to devote nmch tilne to . , (llS-) friend in Everett. O.F. Hall. Orpha McDonald ..................................................................................................... "b " Wednesday of each month Entered as .-,econd.,.la::'; matter on October 27, 1916, at the post- lssion of uslness oepresslons ' during business hours. Mr. and Mrs. John Skoglund and Mary Kinnune Secretary. om,.e at lsaqu,,h, lin' ('ounW, Washi,,on, under the Act of i ployment, all working fearful hardships, but to unem-iMr, and ,rs. Bill Edwins enjoyed a GILMAN ENCAMPMENT March "1, 1879. True, we have times of depression, of gTeat over-i trip to the Summit Sunday. i back I.O.O.F., meets every .... emphasize these but tends to prevent the coming ' The Misses Esther and Elizabeth fourth Saturday. Visiting M. A. BOYDEN ............................................... Edltor-Publisher of better times. Anderson of Seattle visited home- archs welcome. A. Palmberg folks Sunday. E.J. Lindman Scribe. The slogan of the State Press Association last year, ! .ti Violet Gullieson and Harry ISSAQUAH VALLEY IT'S A BOOMERANG WHEN YOU KICK "Mind Your Own Business" was an excellent one. If Pripp of Seattle spent Sunday atSsL Meets second aria we would all keep busy doing just that- ' e' WOUlU'" see i: Violet'SMr andhmeM belt-, day of each month, 8 p.m., Washington needs only to have its natural ,'esources more business to be done, and more workment doing it, i. .." .  "s. Walter Edfast and Itall. Harold Lynne, Master, Iamuy oi Lverett spent Sunday at Sween, Secretary. and advantages known to give it its rightful place among thus relieving the unemployment situation, the Bill Fritzberg home here. Mr. ISSAQUAH CHAPTER No. $9, the greatest states of the nation. Two factors are neces- * * * * * * * * I Fred Fritzberg, who visited here A. M. Meets fourth sary in order to achieve this end. last week, returned with them. Competent authorities continue telling us that the ....... each month at Masonic hall. m. o. A. Fritzberg and Mrs. Wil- ing companions welcome J First, its citizens mus! realize the value and necessity business of 1931 w ll be transacted bv the man who goes liam Fritzberg entertained several Eastlick, E. P. H., Thos. F. for paid publicity. Every community should join in this, after it. Go after 3:our share by keeping the buying pub-friends Friday evening in honor of secretary. and, to make it most effective, it should be handled thrui a state-wide association. As Mr. K. C. Batchelder of l lie in touch with the progress of your business." Fred Fritzberg. Those present were L;DGE . . . . . No 46, Longview says: ',We should formulate some sort of co- * Mr. and Mrs. E. Edwins, Mr. and Meet * first and th'irt" , * * * Mrs. O. Nygren, Mr. and Mrs. John each month. W. E. Gibson, Friberg, Mrs. A G. Hedberg, John H. Johns, K. of R. and S. operative national advertising campaign in order that THE GREAT MOMENT IMichaelson, Carl Skoglund and MYRTLE LODGE No. 108, tourists, investors and others might be attracted to the We have a right to be happy. All right,let's be it! *Gust Nelson. state to develop its natural resources. Observe the suc-i Here is an infallible recipe: Be happy! Do not waitiBe[2ha d M  M. Meet, first Saturday eessful campaign being carried on in Oregon with the e HGtsB2rglind of month. Harold Sehumaeher, for it, and put in all your time working for happiness-, . . " ,,-: t th E. Thos. F. Drvlie, Secretary. development of the agricultm'al settlenent and the fur-i , rawms home this weeK. " " thering of the agricultural industry. It  ould be easier to that you expect to enjoy m the future but APPRECIATE ! ms. M. Hohngren, M. A1 Peters E. S. Meets second and fourth WHAT YOU HAVE NOW, while looking ahead for;Mrs. Ted Birchard and Bob Holm2 CENTURY CHAPTER No. attract industries with the larger population to serve.' nesdav in Masonic Hall. Euniee something better. That alone will insure your happiness, l'en, all of Seattle, ,,'ere visitors at ring'ton W.M., Minnie Schomba Second, we don't brag enough. If every inhabitant: And the Phil Nelson home Saturday. would overlook a few disadvantages and emphasize retary. the many advantages with which we are blessed, not only There is NO OTHER WAY. Your past, present and - GILMAN'LODGE o. 69, would this create a most favorable reaction on all visi-future are controlled, absolutely, by the passing morn- Meets every Friday. evening. tors, but it would add to the actual contentment of the ent-the NOW. On what you do with it depends your Lewis N. G., Thos. Francis native himself. That "booster spMt" has been a big fac-i happiness" Get Your-- tor in the development shown by our southern neighbor, with Mrs. Hallworth. The club pres- Business Dim California, and would do as much good here.  UPPER SQUAK ented Mrs. Hogan with a lovely quilt, gbo 00ehaira The first requires a financial outlay, but there is not a Luncheon was served. property owner or citizen of the state who would not re- Mrs. Sorenson of Seattle visited NEW RICHMOND eeive direct benefit from its results. If the cost can be her daughtei', Mrs. Otto Neilson, Patronize your local merchant ModernFireproOf I Monday afternoon.  at HUME'S, where orko Seattle's Largest and Best sufficiently widespread, it will not be a burden to anyone., Mr. and Mrs. A. Cammon visited l man,hip and materials are Priced Hotel The second requires only an appreciation of the na-, relatives Sunday in Tacoma. the very best. Oppo.ite Both Depott------Fr tural advantages which are showered upon every Wash- Mr and Mrs. George Zener and i 00 rooms without bath$. ingtonian, and an enthusiastic expression of these ad-i family visited with the Hallworth 100 rooms with bath $1. 150 rooms with bath $2. Women and children vantages, t family Monday. ' "We Save Your Sole" here. We cater especially i John Kelleher of Seattle spent ../: When those two propositions are realized, Washing- Sunday with his grandfather, Mr. t people of this ton will be on the road to prosperity.--George L. Burgle- Conklin.  I acemodatlons second attle at above rates. The haas, Sumner. I Mrs. Mary Wilkinson spent Sun- R.B. HU[ and equipment are the bet; * * * * * * * * i day with her daughter, Mrs. Knoerns- i room a sunny outside room. After reading the report in The Press last week, ichild" LOUIS LUCAS, Mr. and Mrs. Nible of Seattle call- i AllrlalsWorkmanhiPstrictly Guaranteed.and mte- King Alfonso XlII of Spain denies renouncing the claim ed on their parents, Mr. and Mrs. I TOAbTEP, MONTH LE'S BARBER of his descendants to the throne. However, we stick to :Gerge Snyder Wednesday evening, i 4T Akt. IELICTkAt, $TORt$ our original announcement. Alfons may not know it, but i The I. V. L. Club met Thursday i '---.--.-.., he has renounced just about everything that ever con-  o--- nected him with Spain. 1 Efficient Tonsorial * * * * * * * * for all BAR "THE DANGEROUS DRIVER Members, of the During 1930, 32,500 people were killed in automobile --o--- accidenk% as compared with 31,215 in 1929.  SHOULD WI00lff'lllJ00 On Front St., Near During 1930, 12,600,000,000 gallons of gasoline were consumed, as compared with almost 14,000,000,000 in -___ ' 1929. " PAUL'S BARBER In other words, automobile fatalities increased over CHILDREN EAT IT?. four per cent, while use of gasoline=an accurate bar- Special attention to s, ometer of mileage--decreased about ten per cent. The only possible conclusion is that each year the highways Ladies' and Childrea* grow more dangerous, haircutting This may be laid to a multitude of reasons. Car Fiteh'a ShampoO speeds are increasing, and in many instances highways 1 PARENTS, partlculary mothers, are paying a lot of at- 1 For Dandruff are inadequate for moden, congested, fast- moving ' tention to children's diet these days. For it is far more ---o-- traffic, economical and pleasant to keep a child well by feeding Sunset Highway, Issaqu Of greater importance, there a r e unquestionably him correctly than by nursing ,,nd doctoring him back thousands of people now operating cars who are temper- to health. amentally or physically unfit. In states wh[eh have adoRted strict examination laws Of course the doctor should he consulted regarding D.W. tt'UME for drivers, the accident rate has usually gone down while what a child ,hould eat and what he ,hould not eat. But Barber Shop increasing in states where licenses are issued to all who do you realize that the leading manufacturer of food Cleanliness, Civility wish them. The overwhelming percentage of drivers are now seek the advice and approval of the leading nutri- Good Workmanship reasonably_careful and competent. The small percentage, tional authorities in the country, relative to the claims they make for their products in their advertising? SHOWER In other words, food advertisements are reliable B A T H S BUY FOR CASH of information regarding diet. They are based root St., ,,,,,J, upon theresults of the latest approved scientific discov- , eries about vitamins, minerals and roughage, in relation an to vigorous bodies, clear complexions, sound teeth and [Pure Raw Milk & d save money properly regulated systems, i ISSAQUAH VALLEY Phone F244 So read the advertisements carefully. Very often the Beginning May 1, 1931 advertiser invites you to consult the doctor in regard to Milk, per quart ..... Boneless Beef Stew ............................. 18c lb. children's diet because he has asked authorities, whom the doctors respect, about those advertisements first. Reindeer Steak .................................. 30c lb Numerous foods, advertised at money-saving prices, Salt Pork ............................................ 1: Professional appear weekly in the columns of-- Little Pig Sausage ....... , ...................... 2h: EL tot Lard or Shortening .................. 2 lbs for 25,: So.... ML,.= - ..................... Attorneys at Law Th I hP Fischer's Cash Market e ssaqua ress Issaquah, Wash. - B E A U T Y P A R L O: All lines of work Evening appointments if MARION GUNDER$OIq MarinelIo Operator