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To Meet Competitive Prices We Now Have-- Ice Cream at Pt. 20, Qt. 40 But -- We Still Have-- SUNFREZE The Better ICE CREAM AT REGULAR PRICES The HONEYSUCKLE THE ISSAQUAH PRESS, ISSAQUAH, KING CO., WASHINGTON DR. J. C. THOMPSON i 0 [ Local Church News 1 Dentist :o, o I St. Joseph's Catholic Church New iork Building i " i Services the first Sunday of each Issaquah, W ashin gton i . .................................. __ month at 8:30 a.m. All other Sun- .--- ,days at 10:00 a.m. Catechism ever) BEAUTY PARLOR!iSaturday afternoon at 1:30 few the All lines of work ! i children. Evening appointments If desired, COMMUNITY CHURCH MARION GUNDERSON Marinellu Operator "Jesus Attracts, Receives, Saves.' Sunday morning at 11:00. Pure Raw Milk & Cream ISSAQUAH VALLEY DAIRY Phone F244 Beginning May 1, 1931-- t Finney of Eequim, who is a gues', Milk, ................................... per quart ........................... 9c_ fat the J. W. Finney home. ,- , 4, day afternoon. The ladies choir sang I HOBART Mr. and Mrs. Ed Husby attended i Vasa Park festivities Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Tekel and'. Mr and Mrs. S. E. Tallman and family attended a Seattle show Sun-the Gust Johnson family visited at day evening, the Carl Cedarholm home in Isaquah Mr. and Mrs. J. A. McKinnon and Tuesday evening. family have moved to San Francisco The Ladies' Aid held their Offer where they intend to make their ',Festival Friday evening. A good at- home. A farewell party was given for Mrs. McKinnon Thursday after- uoon. 'l'b,,se attending were Mrs. L. ['rigg, Mrs. J. Anderson, Mrs. A. Me- or, Mrs. F. K.chevar, Miss Ann Kochevar, Mrs. J. Lunndberg, Mrs. F. Johnson. Mrs. E. Fennel, Mrs. C. Anderson, Mrs. G. Bridges, Mrs. T. Fleming. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Jehnson were visitors of Mr. and Mrs. John Lund- berg Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Roberge and tendance was had, with visitors from Everett and Seattle. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Sundquist Seattle were guests at the Al Sund- quist honie Sunday; Roy Hedberg left last week for Alaska. Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Tallman and son Lloyd visited in Monroe Sunday. Mrs. Emil Lovegren entertained the Ladies' Aid Tuesday afternoon. , Mr. and Mrs. Victor Skogman and Mrs. Ole Skogman of Monohon were family and Mrs. Emma Anderson dinner guests recently of the Tall- were visiting relatives and friends lman family. iere Thursday. ttarold Chapman spent the week LEGAL PUBLICATIONS O, end here with friends. In the Superior Court of the Stat Mark and Rome Bowman motored!o f Washington, for King County. In to Renton Monday evening on bust-Probate. In the matter of the estate of An- hess. o Mr. annd Mrs. Hitchcock and faro-drew Kichinko, Deceased. Notice to Creditors. No. 52291 .ly attended the Hobart school pro-i Notice is hereby given that the un- ,,,ram Friday evening, i dersigned has been appointed and Mrs Ace Bowman, who has been in',has qualified as administratrix of the " ' ....... estate of Andrew Kichmk . hospital for several weeks, ,,as ,e- ed that a" " o. Deceas- ' e, tin alon ; n persons laving claims turned home and is g . g g against said deceased are hereby re- nicely, i qmred to serve the same, duly pert- Mr. and Mrs. Arko and family ified, on said Administratrix or her .... , .... -,., attorney of record at the address were visitors of ,,alentme lXucnevu ",, ...... . be- o states, ana rile the same wRh the bundax afternoon 'Clerk of sa " .' " i - id Court, together with Mx." and Mrs. Carl Anderson. and proof of such service within six Ann and Eddie Kochevar attended a!months after the date of first publi- cation of this notice, or the same show in Renton Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. John Kavacic and:Will be barred. Date of first publication May 21, daughter spent Sunday with relatives 1931. ELIZABETH KICHINKO, "The Second Commandment," at Mrs. Marion Sipila spent Monday Administratrix of said Estate. Ad- 7:45 p.m. with her mother, Mrs. Hanga. dress, Wilkeson, Wash. Mrs. Guy Bridges has gone back: ELDER AND NIEVINSKI, At,- Mrs. H. W. Reese entertained at to Olympia for several days. torneys for Estate, 705-6 Dexter 'Horton Bldg., Seattle Wash. luncheon Tuesday for Mrs. Ottmm  -:.5-21 6-11 How One Woman Lost 102 Pounds of Fat l Almost Unbelievable : The Modern Safe Way Nevertheless True Right Way to Lose Fat Dear Friends: t Just take a- half teaspoonful of You advertise Kruschen Salts for IKruschen Salts in. a glass of hot water evmy morning reducing, so I finally tried them and !. - - before break- when I started I weighed 219 pounds! last" .a , h, T ,,.,t. hem for a year and ' You can hasten the reducing action .... ,.,, . wy .... , .,, f----a s i of Kruschen by going lighter on po- weeks, I los exactty lu pouuu-, i ..... "  rs old and I took t taes' pastry ana Iatty meats. I am z yea .- " ;i Unlike other Salts, Kruschen does- least 5 ears younger now tnan i ,c, ,oa,,ce I,,, ,,,; -^a +h, .... dd when 1 was iat t nave a p:c:ure " " . system. Rather it s an ideal blend of of m self before and af e o ff ou y t "s " , :6 "separate mineral salts which help want to see them let me know. every gland, nerve and body organ I am always telling my friends;to function properly. about the wonderful salts. I am al- Women everywhere are overjoyed ways advertising them. with this nmrvelous reducing treat- I took two bottles every month for ment. Frequently pound by pound a year and 3 weeks. It amounted to of surplus fat leaves and soon you $25 for reducing 102 pounds but it possess that trim, slender figure was worth it. you've always craved. An 85c bottle of Kruschen (lasts If I can be of any help to you let 4 weeks) is sold bv leading druggists me knbw. the world over--'so start this safe Yours truly, Miss Nellie Simpson, method to lose ugly fat TODAY! 1903 Wayne street, Swissvale, Pa., Brendel Drug Co., Issaquah and Ren- Oct. 3!L_19_.3_.0: ................................... ton, sells lots of it. F. A. FISHER, FUN-00 DiRECTOR -- Full line of Undertaking Supplies Our most considerate attention is at ),,,our disposal it all times Calls answered day or night Phone M212 ISSAODJI WASH SgHELL BROS, FOUR RING CIRCUS AT Issaquah Playfield Schell Bros. Circus and Jack Hoxie Western Film Star in Person With Entire Hollywood Company i i II H Largest Circus In the World Still giving a Grand, Free Street Parade at Noon I0000AQUAH afternoon and night Wednesday, May 2T at 2 and 8 o'clock p. m. UPPER SQUAK  0 o ' In the Superior Court of the State ^l of Washington, for the County of Charlotte Hallworth was in u .an-iKing. In Probate. No. 49607. pia from Wednesday to Sunday with In the matter of the estate of Hen- Mary Hayward. ry Deschenes, Deceased. lien :Notice of Hearing Mr. Alfredson and daughter E " " Final Report and ..... re-s n I Petition for Distribution spent Sunday with Mrs. AtI a o ,i Notice is hereby given that Arthur who is working at the Leaf home j. Deschenes, administrator of the during Mrs. Leaf's illness, i Estate of Henry Deschenes, deceas- James Hallworth attended the J. ed, has filed in the office of the Clerk Hudson funeral Sunday. I of said Court his final Report and pc- Mildred Cammon, Gladys Brown and Griff Kennedy spent Monday evening with the Cammon family. Mary Hayward and Mr. Hutsell at- tended the Renton ball game Sunday. :tition for distribution, asking the Court to settle said Report, distribute !the property to the persons thereto entitled and to discharge said admin- istrator; and that said Report and i petition gilt be heard on the 22nd day '.of June, 1931, at 9:30 A.M., at the Mrs. Mary -Wilkinson of Tiger}Court Room of the Probate Depart- Mountain and Mrs. Knoemschild ment of said Court. spent Sunday afternoon with Mrs.! Dated this 18th day of May, 1931. ABE N. OLSON, Clerk of Said Leaf, who just returned home from lcourt" By Levis Abraham, Deputy the hospital and is improving nicely. 5-21 6-4 Mr. and Mrs. A. Cammon and son I o o o THURSDAY. MAY The ISSAQUAH THEATRE During May, June, July and August, Shows will Start at 8:00 P. /u THURSDAY, MAY 21 (Jackie Cooper, Mitzi Green, Robert Cooganl FRIDAY and SATURDAY, MAY 22-23 "Cimarron" (Richard Dix) SUNDAY, MAY 24 "Millie" (Helen Twelvetrees) Not for children, but great for adults -: :. WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY, MAY 27-28 "Shipmates" (Robert Montgomery) I.45 Route of the xcurslo,n Fares East May 22 to Oct. 15 Round Trip from Seattle To i Yellow.he (Jane 1-Sept. 13) $40.20 fnt Paul-Minnezpoli; . . . :/5.60 Chicago ......... 90.30 Duluth-upe6or ...... 75.60 New York ........ 151.70 Washin$ton ........ 145.86 SL Louis ......... 85.60 lfaa City ........ 81.55 Omah, ......... 75.60 Dcnv ....... ". . 72.45 Finfl Rtum Limit Oct. 31 BRATNoBER-BATY LUMBER 00. Phone 7-F-2 Issaquah Monohon, Wash. These prices delivered on job. Other prices in proportion. Also furnish any- thing in Cedar Lumlmr. Buy direct from Manufacturer and save money. , i 3rd Grade R. L. Shiplap .................................. $ 7.00 3rd Grade P L. 2x4 ........................................ 8.00 4th Clear Drop Siding R. L. ............................ 14.00 3rd Clear 518x4 Ceiling " 13.00 i WHEN YOU BIULD C.dT OUR LOW CASH PRICES LUMBER Baby Hires Experts The buness of mindiz:g the baby has become something more than a sideline for busy mothers or a Job for anybody who can push a baby car- rlage.Woman's Home ('ompanloa. Strong ISSAQUAH BAN "Sow an act and you  a habit; sow a hab it and you reap a chara  a character a d you reap a deatiny."G. D. an. Let us learn a "Heathen Chinese." meeting his oh" first and strongest credit. v---Me lesson from t h e The reputation a ligations promptly is one of considerations in exte The Chinese start the New Year by-paying all their debts. This is one  the world might well oboe% custom which The late James J. on said, "The basis cf credit is character." He truth. dar of good grade and 220,000 feet hemlock and white fir of medium size and grade. Logging conditiom are good. Said timber on said land will b sold for not less than the appraised value, as appraised by the Board of State Land Commissioners in manner provided by law, a statement of which is now on file in the office of the Auditor of said county. Terms of sale are: Cash to be paid on tbe day of sale. The purchaser of timber on state lands will have five (5) years with- in which to remove said timber, with the privilege of securing extensions of time under the statutes governing. CLARK V. SAVIDGE, Commissioner of Public Lands Opposite Both Depot-----Frm Bus 100 rooms without bath $1.00 100 rooms with bath $1.50 150 rooms with hath $2.00-up Women and children always safe here. We cater especially to the people of this territory and give accomodations second to none in Se- attle at above rates. The furniture and equipment are the best; each room a sunny outside room. LOUIS LUCAS. Msgr. Howard were in Seattle Wednesday NOTICE OF SALE OF TIMBER ON on business. I STATE LAND el Notzce zs hereby given that on Mrs Knoernschild was a Seattl . " ' " k! kz . S " - " ., Tuesday, the 2nd day of June, 1931, I'eW orth ml Rates to Other Points snopper r rmay.  {commencing at ten o'clock in the g'- . i. . . Ask About Them   i forenoon of said day, in front of the %.OaSl Limited umu POINT [main entrance door to the count aza,,Jaa ............. icourt house in the City of Seattl: i -- . . eldtCounty o King, State of Washing- C L. Townsend Asslsnt The annual school pxcme was n , , Geai Pantnger A tat ,"  'ton, by the County Auditor of said K Katz, T,avelin" p- -- $ Thursday at the school grounds. The l OsUcn:i,eh:tatemb:r on the following " Seattl?, W.$er eat children all took part in numerous i .," d will be sold at - " - e "s were served puotic auction to the highest bidder ! contests Kezre am nt " ithere-  " 1 ""  , zor, to-wit" 1 I | b the uppper grade girls The year s I A- li - ........ ' " pp .ton ,,o. ,4u,,, : r = t ,, l I1 __ s school work was exhibited. The term I Timber on lot 2 of section 30 II I l ' :: I fl I' / II   | II will close next week. i to.reship 23 north, range 8 east, W:] __ - -- = v 7 S | tgi i !| .......... ained theI m' containing 3958 acres, more orl According to the state's cruise] NEW RICHMOND HOTK there are approximately 103,000 feet yellow fir, about 35 per cent of A Chinese Custom -, ModernFireproof which is defective, the balance be- eattle's Largest and Best Popular- ing good sound timber suitable for , Priced Hotel veneer blocks, 68,000 feet spruce of small knotty grade, 642,000 feet ee- " To Meet Competitive Prices We Now Have-- Ice Cream at Pt. 20, Qt. 40 But -- We Still Have-- SUNFREZE The Better ICE CREAM AT REGULAR PRICES The HONEYSUCKLE THE ISSAQUAH PRESS, ISSAQUAH, KING CO., WASHINGTON DR. J. C. THOMPSON i 0 [ Local Church News 1 Dentist :o, o I St. Joseph's Catholic Church New iork Building i " i Services the first Sunday of each Issaquah, W ashin gton i . .................................. __ month at 8:30 a.m. All other Sun- .--- ,days at 10:00 a.m. Catechism ever) BEAUTY PARLOR!iSaturday afternoon at 1:30 few the All lines of work ! i children. Evening appointments If desired, COMMUNITY CHURCH MARION GUNDERSON Marinellu Operator "Jesus Attracts, Receives, Saves.' Sunday morning at 11:00. Pure Raw Milk & Cream ISSAQUAH VALLEY DAIRY Phone F244 Beginning May 1, 1931-- t Finney of Eequim, who is a gues', Milk, ................................... per quart ........................... 9c_ fat the J. W. Finney home. ,- , 4, day afternoon. The ladies choir sang I HOBART Mr. and Mrs. Ed Husby attended i Vasa Park festivities Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Tekel and'. Mr and Mrs. S. E. Tallman and family attended a Seattle show Sun-the Gust Johnson family visited at day evening, the Carl Cedarholm home in Isaquah Mr. and Mrs. J. A. McKinnon and Tuesday evening. family have moved to San Francisco The Ladies' Aid held their Offer where they intend to make their ',Festival Friday evening. A good at- home. A farewell party was given for Mrs. McKinnon Thursday after- uoon. 'l'b,,se attending were Mrs. L. ['rigg, Mrs. J. Anderson, Mrs. A. Me- or, Mrs. F. K.chevar, Miss Ann Kochevar, Mrs. J. Lunndberg, Mrs. F. Johnson. Mrs. E. Fennel, Mrs. C. Anderson, Mrs. G. Bridges, Mrs. T. Fleming. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Jehnson were visitors of Mr. and Mrs. John Lund- berg Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Roberge and tendance was had, with visitors from Everett and Seattle. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Sundquist Seattle were guests at the Al Sund- quist honie Sunday; Roy Hedberg left last week for Alaska. Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Tallman and son Lloyd visited in Monroe Sunday. Mrs. Emil Lovegren entertained the Ladies' Aid Tuesday afternoon. , Mr. and Mrs. Victor Skogman and Mrs. Ole Skogman of Monohon were family and Mrs. Emma Anderson dinner guests recently of the Tall- were visiting relatives and friends lman family. iere Thursday. ttarold Chapman spent the week LEGAL PUBLICATIONS O, end here with friends. In the Superior Court of the Stat Mark and Rome Bowman motored!o f Washington, for King County. In to Renton Monday evening on bust-Probate. In the matter of the estate of An- hess. o Mr. annd Mrs. Hitchcock and faro-drew Kichinko, Deceased. Notice to Creditors. No. 52291 .ly attended the Hobart school pro-i Notice is hereby given that the un- ,,,ram Friday evening, i dersigned has been appointed and Mrs Ace Bowman, who has been in',has qualified as administratrix of the " ' ....... estate of Andrew Kichmk . hospital for several weeks, ,,as ,e- ed that a" " o. Deceas- ' e, tin alon ; n persons laving claims turned home and is g . g g against said deceased are hereby re- nicely, i qmred to serve the same, duly pert- Mr. and Mrs. Arko and family ified, on said Administratrix or her .... , .... -,., attorney of record at the address were visitors of ,,alentme lXucnevu ",, ...... . be- o states, ana rile the same wRh the bundax afternoon 'Clerk of sa " .' " i - id Court, together with Mx." and Mrs. Carl Anderson. and proof of such service within six Ann and Eddie Kochevar attended a!months after the date of first publi- cation of this notice, or the same show in Renton Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. John Kavacic and:Will be barred. Date of first publication May 21, daughter spent Sunday with relatives 1931. ELIZABETH KICHINKO, "The Second Commandment," at Mrs. Marion Sipila spent Monday Administratrix of said Estate. Ad- 7:45 p.m. with her mother, Mrs. Hanga. dress, Wilkeson, Wash. Mrs. Guy Bridges has gone back: ELDER AND NIEVINSKI, At,- Mrs. H. W. Reese entertained at to Olympia for several days. torneys for Estate, 705-6 Dexter 'Horton Bldg., Seattle Wash. luncheon Tuesday for Mrs. Ottmm  -:.5-21 6-11 How One Woman Lost 102 Pounds of Fat l Almost Unbelievable : The Modern Safe Way Nevertheless True Right Way to Lose Fat Dear Friends: t Just take a- half teaspoonful of You advertise Kruschen Salts for IKruschen Salts in. a glass of hot water evmy morning reducing, so I finally tried them and !. - - before break- when I started I weighed 219 pounds! last" .a , h, T ,,.,t. hem for a year and ' You can hasten the reducing action .... ,.,, . wy .... , .,, f----a s i of Kruschen by going lighter on po- weeks, I los exactty lu pouuu-, i ..... "  rs old and I took t taes' pastry ana Iatty meats. I am z yea .- " ;i Unlike other Salts, Kruschen does- least 5 ears younger now tnan i ,c, ,oa,,ce I,,, ,,,; -^a +h, .... dd when 1 was iat t nave a p:c:ure " " . system. Rather it s an ideal blend of of m self before and af e o ff ou y t "s " , :6 "separate mineral salts which help want to see them let me know. every gland, nerve and body organ I am always telling my friends;to function properly. about the wonderful salts. I am al- Women everywhere are overjoyed ways advertising them. with this nmrvelous reducing treat- I took two bottles every month for ment. Frequently pound by pound a year and 3 weeks. It amounted to of surplus fat leaves and soon you $25 for reducing 102 pounds but it possess that trim, slender figure was worth it. you've always craved. An 85c bottle of Kruschen (lasts If I can be of any help to you let 4 weeks) is sold bv leading druggists me knbw. the world over--'so start this safe Yours truly, Miss Nellie Simpson, method to lose ugly fat TODAY! 1903 Wayne street, Swissvale, Pa., Brendel Drug Co., Issaquah and Ren- Oct. 3!L_19_.3_.0: ................................... ton, sells lots of it. F. A. FISHER, FUN-00 DiRECTOR -- Full line of Undertaking Supplies Our most considerate attention is at ),,,our disposal it all times Calls answered day or night Phone M212 ISSAODJI WASH SgHELL BROS, FOUR RING CIRCUS AT Issaquah Playfield Schell Bros. Circus and Jack Hoxie Western Film Star in Person With Entire Hollywood Company i i II H Largest Circus In the World Still giving a Grand, Free Street Parade at Noon I0000AQUAH afternoon and night Wednesday, May 2T at 2 and 8 o'clock p. m. UPPER SQUAK  0 o ' In the Superior Court of the State ^l of Washington, for the County of Charlotte Hallworth was in u .an-iKing. In Probate. No. 49607. pia from Wednesday to Sunday with In the matter of the estate of Hen- Mary Hayward. ry Deschenes, Deceased. lien :Notice of Hearing Mr. Alfredson and daughter E " " Final Report and ..... re-s n I Petition for Distribution spent Sunday with Mrs. AtI a o ,i Notice is hereby given that Arthur who is working at the Leaf home j. Deschenes, administrator of the during Mrs. Leaf's illness, i Estate of Henry Deschenes, deceas- James Hallworth attended the J. ed, has filed in the office of the Clerk Hudson funeral Sunday. I of said Court his final Report and pc- Mildred Cammon, Gladys Brown and Griff Kennedy spent Monday evening with the Cammon family. Mary Hayward and Mr. Hutsell at- tended the Renton ball game Sunday. :tition for distribution, asking the Court to settle said Report, distribute !the property to the persons thereto entitled and to discharge said admin- istrator; and that said Report and i petition gilt be heard on the 22nd day '.of June, 1931, at 9:30 A.M., at the Mrs. Mary -Wilkinson of Tiger}Court Room of the Probate Depart- Mountain and Mrs. Knoemschild ment of said Court. spent Sunday afternoon with Mrs.! Dated this 18th day of May, 1931. ABE N. OLSON, Clerk of Said Leaf, who just returned home from lcourt" By Levis Abraham, Deputy the hospital and is improving nicely. 5-21 6-4 Mr. and Mrs. A. Cammon and son I o o o THURSDAY. MAY The ISSAQUAH THEATRE During May, June, July and August, Shows will Start at 8:00 P. /u THURSDAY, MAY 21 (Jackie Cooper, Mitzi Green, Robert Cooganl FRIDAY and SATURDAY, MAY 22-23 "Cimarron" (Richard Dix) SUNDAY, MAY 24 "Millie" (Helen Twelvetrees) Not for children, but great for adults -: :. WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY, MAY 27-28 "Shipmates" (Robert Montgomery) I.45 Route of the xcurslo,n Fares East May 22 to Oct. 15 Round Trip from Seattle To i Yellow.he (Jane 1-Sept. 13) $40.20 fnt Paul-Minnezpoli; . . . :/5.60 Chicago ......... 90.30 Duluth-upe6or ...... 75.60 New York ........ 151.70 Washin$ton ........ 145.86 SL Louis ......... 85.60 lfaa City ........ 81.55 Omah, ......... 75.60 Dcnv ....... ". . 72.45 Finfl Rtum Limit Oct. 31 BRATNoBER-BATY LUMBER 00. Phone 7-F-2 Issaquah Monohon, Wash. These prices delivered on job. Other prices in proportion. Also furnish any- thing in Cedar Lumlmr. Buy direct from Manufacturer and save money. , i 3rd Grade R. L. Shiplap .................................. $ 7.00 3rd Grade P L. 2x4 ........................................ 8.00 4th Clear Drop Siding R. L. ............................ 14.00 3rd Clear 518x4 Ceiling " 13.00 i WHEN YOU BIULD C.dT OUR LOW CASH PRICES LUMBER Baby Hires Experts The buness of mindiz:g the baby has become something more than a sideline for busy mothers or a Job for anybody who can push a baby car- rlage.Woman's Home ('ompanloa. Strong ISSAQUAH BAN "Sow an act and you  a habit; sow a hab it and you reap a chara  a character a d you reap a deatiny."G. D. an. Let us learn a "Heathen Chinese." meeting his oh" first and strongest credit. v---Me lesson from t h e The reputation a ligations promptly is one of considerations in exte The Chinese start the New Year by-paying all their debts. This is one  the world might well oboe% custom which The late James J. on said, "The basis cf credit is character." He truth. dar of good grade and 220,000 feet hemlock and white fir of medium size and grade. Logging conditiom are good. Said timber on said land will b sold for not less than the appraised value, as appraised by the Board of State Land Commissioners in manner provided by law, a statement of which is now on file in the office of the Auditor of said county. Terms of sale are: Cash to be paid on tbe day of sale. The purchaser of timber on state lands will have five (5) years with- in which to remove said timber, with the privilege of securing extensions of time under the statutes governing. CLARK V. SAVIDGE, Commissioner of Public Lands Opposite Both Depot-----Frm Bus 100 rooms without bath $1.00 100 rooms with bath $1.50 150 rooms with hath $2.00-up Women and children always safe here. We cater especially to the people of this territory and give accomodations second to none in Se- attle at above rates. The furniture and equipment are the best; each room a sunny outside room. LOUIS LUCAS. Msgr. Howard were in Seattle Wednesday NOTICE OF SALE OF TIMBER ON on business. I STATE LAND el Notzce zs hereby given that on Mrs Knoernschild was a Seattl . " ' " k! kz . S " - " ., Tuesday, the 2nd day of June, 1931, I'eW orth ml Rates to Other Points snopper r rmay.  {commencing at ten o'clock in the g'- . i. . . Ask About Them   i forenoon of said day, in front of the %.OaSl Limited umu POINT [main entrance door to the count aza,,Jaa ............. icourt house in the City of Seattl: i -- . . eldtCounty o King, State of Washing- C L. Townsend Asslsnt The annual school pxcme was n , , Geai Pantnger A tat ,"  'ton, by the County Auditor of said K Katz, T,avelin" p- -- $ Thursday at the school grounds. The l OsUcn:i,eh:tatemb:r on the following " Seattl?, W.$er eat children all took part in numerous i .," d will be sold at - " - e "s were served puotic auction to the highest bidder ! contests Kezre am nt " ithere-  " 1 ""  , zor, to-wit" 1 I | b the uppper grade girls The year s I A- li - ........ ' " pp .ton ,,o. ,4u,,, : r = t ,, l I1 __ s school work was exhibited. The term I Timber on lot 2 of section 30 II I l ' :: I fl I' / II   | II will close next week. i to.reship 23 north, range 8 east, W:] __ - -- = v 7 S | tgi i !| .......... ained theI m' containing 3958 acres, more orl According to the state's cruise] NEW RICHMOND HOTK there are approximately 103,000 feet yellow fir, about 35 per cent of A Chinese Custom -, ModernFireproof which is defective, the balance be- eattle's Largest and Best Popular- ing good sound timber suitable for , Priced Hotel veneer blocks, 68,000 feet spruce of small knotty grade, 642,000 feet ee- "