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PAGE IX THE ISSAQIJAH PRESS, ISSAQUAH, KING CO., WASHINGTON HURSDA, MAY 28, To Meet Competitive Prices We Now HaveJ ICE CREAM Pints 2oc, Quarts 4oc But -- We SUNFREZE The Better ICE CREAM BRICKS-: Pint 25c, Quart 50c BULK m Pint 30c, Quart 60c The HONEYSUCKLE Yesterdays IN ISSAQUAH regarding a coal train of the C. &l Among the names used in local P. S. R. R. crashing into the North!items were Thomas Wilson, Sylves- Bend train at the crossing near Ren-iter Baxter, who had bought the Har- ton, cutting through the rear part of ry Johnson place in the north end; the smoker. Mrs. A. Reynolds was lGrant Gibson, Thomas Cubbon, W. reported seriously injured and Brake-iW. Sylvester, Mrs. A. R. Reisel, Chas. man Roberts had two fingers crushed. Ellis, Mrs. Chesroun, Betsy Drylie, Blacksmith Keogh and Louis Adair Chas. Bell, Edith Sylvester, George were passengers and were "shaken Clark, G. Holden and Ben S. Saw- up considerably." Mrs. Ray and The- yet. mas Wilson were aboard but unin- - ................................................... jured. How One Woman General Tibbetts, writing from Olympia, reported the first skirmish on the floor of the House over the local option bill. He also reported a joint resolution from both Houses to President Roosevelt protesting the withdrawal of lands in Whatcom County. The president answered that it had been done by mistake. He re- ported the road between North Bend and on east was a sure go. Report of a subscription contest being run, with still a week to go, placed Victoria Ek leading, Ethel Brophy of Monohon second, followed in order by Gertie May of North Bend, Grace Dodge of Fall City and Clara Gordon o Snoqualmie. Don'lan & Gleniski had rigged up a donkey engine to snake shingle bolts out of deep canyons. Mrs. Alexander of Monohon was entertaining the Ladies' Fancy Lace Club of Issaquah. Here's a good one: "W. H. Ellis made a trip along the Preston road as far as ttigh Point to inspect some bridges that were reported washed ,,,,, ,,., ,i Lost 47 Ibs In 3 Months and Feels Years , Younger Mrs: S. A. Solomon of New Burn, N. C., lost 47 lbs. in 3 months with Kruschen Salts. She reduced from 217 to 170 lbs. She feels much stronger, years younger and pains: in sides, back and abdomen that have bothered her for years are all gone. She says she not only feels better but i looks )etter as all her friends teil l he1':'I 3hall never tie without Kruschen t Salts, will never cease taking my daily dose and more than glad to highly recommend it for the great good that is in it." A battle of Kruschen Salts tha lasts 4 weeks costs but 85c at Bren- del Drug Co., Issaquah and Renton, and druggists the World over. Take one-half teaspoon in a glass of hot water every morning before break- fast. Attention to diet will help--cut out pastry and fatty meats--go light on potatoes, butter cream and sugar the Kruschen way is the safe way to lose fat. Try one bottle and if not joyfully satisfiedmoney back. F. A. FISHER, FUNF200E DIRECTOR Full line of Undertaking Supplies Our most considerate attention is at your disposal at all times Calls answered day or night Phone M212 ISSAQUAH, WASH. TAKING THE-GUESS OUT GF BUSINESS By JOHN G. LONSDALE President A,er;can Banker= Assoclatto n ANKERS and busines men err In not adopting more universally the tactics of the scientist. V/hen the s'ie'at i t wishes to fathom the mysteries of he universe or re. solve things into their component parts lie calls to his assistance the magnifying power of the microscope. There before him, like an open book, lie tho secrets of :ature which un- John G Lonsdale aided eyes cannot observe. The uncanny power of the micro- scope's all-seeing ey has revealed countless secrets for the material and intellectual progress of humanity. It has enabled us to study the processes of growing cells in plant and animal life, trace the cauzs of diseaseand successiulty combat the ills of man- kind; it has aided the engineer ta his search for stronger and more service- able materials, giving us taller, ltgltter and more sanitary structures, and bet- ter highways; it has disclosed the de- fects in steel rails and brought us an era of safer railway travel; it has added to the food supply of the nation ; in fact, it has affected favorably nearly every activity of the human race, whe.ther it apply to production, dis- tribution or consumption, in time of I, are or in time o war. In the business and banking world, economic research and analysis serve as the microscope through which we are enabled to see basic factors more clearly and thus determine the causes of success and failure. Only recently have we begun to realize the full value of research and analysis and apply them in such a way as to eliminate the guesswork that was characteristic of industry a few years ago. "Eliminate the gues. and reach success," might well be a motto for all of us. Mrs. Dan Davies in entertaining the Odes Club this afternoon. UPPER SQUAK I Mr. and Mrs. Joe Sees and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Sees and Mr. Ricards of Se- attle called on Mr. and Mrs. Art Johnson Saturday afternoon. Homer ttallworth and Oscar Leaf spent Sunday in Bremerton. Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Anderson and two daughters and Joe Anderson, all of Tacoma, were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Cammon. Mr. and Mrs. C. Leaf and Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Johnson attended a party in Sea,tie Saturday evening. Mrs. Alfredson, who has been working for Mrs. Leaf, left Sunday, as Mrs. Leaf is,now practically re- covered from her recent illness. Mildred Cammon is now at home with her parents O  .... O LEGAL PUBLICATIONS O 0 In the Superior Court of the State of Washington, for King County. In Probate. In the matter of the estate of An- drew Kichinko, Deceased Notice to Creditors. No. 52291 Notice is hereby given that the un- dersigned has been appointed and has qualified as administratrix of the estate of Andrew Kiehinko, Deceas- led; that all persons having claims against said deceased are hereby re- quired to serve the same, duly veri- fied, on said Administratrix or her attornev of record at the address - be- llow stated, and file the same with the i Clerk of said Court, together with i proof of such service within six I months after the date of first publi- !cation of this notice, or the same iwill be barred. Date of first publication May 21, 1931. ELIZABETH KICHLNKO, . Adm!n!stratrix of said Estate. Ad- a r?DWke'l) aEV INSK', At- torneys for Estate, 7056 Dexter Hereon Bldg., Seattle Wash. 5-21 6-11 o o ........ o i In the Superior Court of the State l i of Washington, for the County of King. In Probate. No. 49607. '1 i In the matter of the estate of Hen- fry Deschenes, Deceased. Notice of Hearing Final Report and Petition for Distribution Notice is hereby given that Arthur An lllasory Law ,J. Deschenes, administrator of the Estate of Henry Deschenes, deceas- The bank deposit guaranty law In ed, has filed in the office of the any form is a snare and a delusion, de- of said Court his final Report and clares a banker in a state where it has titin for distribution, asking been tried, adding: "it is a license and Court to settle said Report, distribute I the property to the persons thereto encouragement to irresponsible banks i entitled and to discharge said adrnin- and banking and penalizes capital sol. istrator; and that said Report and vency and prudent banking. It creates i petition wilt be heard on the 22nd 6ay a sense of security in the minds of the :oz June, 1931, at 9:30 A.M., at the unthinking and uninformed that is Co.urt Room of the Probate Depart- false and impossible to be realized on ment of said Court. ultimately. To compare it to legitimate Dated this 18th day of May, 1931. I ABE NOLSON Clerk of " insurance is without reason and ab- I - . , Said surd. It jeopardizes the solvency of all Court_ By Lev,-s Abraham, Deputy. ! 5-21 -4 banks and the safety of all depositors i o for the theoretical safety of a few, 4) o Guaranty schemes always have been, NOTICE OF SALE OF TIMBER ON are and always will be impotent, futile i STATE LAND and disastrous. It is not new. Has been Notice is hereby given that on Tuesday, the 2nd day of June, 1931. tried, failed and discarded at intervals Icommencing at ten o clock in the for more than 100 years In this eonn- ]forenoon of said day, in front of th( try. No well-informed, honest and in- I main entrance door to the county telllgent mind can accept it in prin. court house in the City of Seattle. clple or practice. Competent bank su- County of King, State of Washing- pervislon and restriction of banks to ton, by. rhe County Auditor of said territory that will warrant sufficient county, the timber on the following capital investment and accounts Is the described state land will be sold at only sane and honest course and will public auction to the highest bidde therefor, to-wit: afford all the guaranty the depositing Applirtion No. 14064 ubllc is entitled to as compared wRh Timber on lot 2 of section . alJ other human affairs." 'township 23 north, range 8 east, M., containing 39.58 acres, more or less, according to the government NEW RICHMOND HOTEL Moclern--F.eproof eattle's Largest and Best Popular- Priced Hotel Opposite Both Depot-----Fr Bus 100 rooms without bath $1.00 100 rooms with bath $1.50 150 rooms with bath $2.00-up Women and children always safe The ISSAQUAH During May, June, July and August, Shows will Start at 8:00 THURSDAY, May 28 o--- "Shipmates" (Robert Montgomery ) FRIDAY and SATURDAY, May 29-30 "A Gentleman's Fate" (John Gilbert SUNDAY, May 31 "Men Call It Love" (Adolph Menjou) WEDNESDEY, THURSDAY, June 3-4 "Stepping Out" (Reginald Denny) -'------'--- - Prehistoric "Art" HOBART Those prehistoric pictures cavern walls shouldn't be del M -'- .... . -- as records of the hie of th . l. lKel aZl{1 doe ann lm " were out-of-town shonners Fr;a-:"" It may be that they were , "" ""# prehistoric comic-strip at1 Gladys and Elmer Moline, Ann kansas Gazette Kochevar and Mr. and Mrs. Carl An- Patronize--ssIser$ derson spent an enjoyable evening  fishing Thursday FRATERNAL ORDERS Frank Kochevar, Emil Ek and Jim Peterson started to work :for the CENTURY CHAPTER No Gladding, McBean Company at Tay-i E S M . lor Thursday .. eet. second and fourth A ne " . . Inesday in Masonic Hall EuniCe G " w roan ]s t)emg built into the rmgton W.M., Minnie Schombet raay and Bartholomew places and retary" LS now nearly completec. I Several here have hear  - .. .. LMAN LODGE No. 69, I. 0 _ ._ _ u zrom tar. meets every Friday evening. ann Mrs. j. A. McKinnon. They ar-i Lewis N. G., Thos. Franczs rived safely at San Francisco after enjoying a wonderful trip south. I GILMAN REBEKAH 159, I. O. O.F., meets first The Kirkland Sand & Gravel Co. Wednesday of each month has finished crushing rock for the O. F Hall Or ha McDonald roads in this d" " " " P ...... istmct and have moved i Mary Kmnune Secretary. oae to lrkland. The roads are now I all in good condition. GILMAN ENCAMPMENT O O.F., meets every seco Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Ruggles and fOrcUhwSatoUrday  pVi:g daughter have moved into their newiE J Liedman.Sr.ibe home which has just been finished, t ...... man cr]ve. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Fennel motored to Vashon Island Saturn ....... ISSAQ'AH VALLEY GRA] they visited relativ .... . nere ]. mee second and four .. _ = ann zrlenas. ay oz each month, 8 p.m., mrs. j. Anderson, Mrs. A. Motor .alL 1 Earl Paulsen, Master, and Mrs. Ed Fennel were visitors of so Secretary. Mrs. John Lundberg Thursday. ISSAQUAH CHAPTER No. Valentine Koehevar went to Enum- A. M. Meets fourth claw Tuesday on business I ChcyOnth at Masonic hall. Louis Ek and Lon Axel attended g panions welcome the wrestling matches in Seattle t Eastliek, E. P. H., Thos. F. monaay night, t secretary. . Mrs Phiiman was a via" i  Latina'n tor of Mrs.  TRIANGLE LODGE No. 46, Miss L uesday afternoon. [__ of .Pythias. Meets first a over - nora Anderson was homeiTUes(lay_of each month. Wil ne week-end, l?nes, C.C.; Gee. H. JohnS, HoAdJisnn picnic is to be held at/-L" and S. " ....... to be giv:nre:g.un y" A dance is I MYRTLE . LODGE No. 108, , - ne azternoon from 3i =" ..Meer tlrt aturday o cme on. month. Harold Schumacher, t Thos. F. Drylie, survey thereof, appraised at $3,548 According to the state s cruise there are approximately 103,000 feet yellow fir, about 35 per cent of ACh C which is defective, the balance be- ing good sound timber suitable for ,nese ustom = veneer blocks, 68,000 feet spruce of small knotty grade, 642,000 feet ce- dar of good grade and 220,000 feet hemlock and white fir of medium size and grade. Logging eondition are good. Said timber on said land will be here. We cater especially to the sold for not less than the appraised = aceomodations second to none in Se- State Land Commissioners in the attle at above rates. The furniture manner provided by law, a statement and equipment are the best; each of which is now on file in the office " room a sunny outside room. of the Auditor of said county. LOUIS LUCAS. Mtzr. Terms of sale are: Cash to be paid on the day of sale. Baby Hire= ExFerts l_e P U,.aser of timber on state The busness of minding the baby anus wm nave ave (5) vear .;, Stormizing gives your motor from has become something more than a m which to remove sad tnnber, with the privilege of securing extensions , sideline for busy mothers or a Job for of time under the statutes governing. an3body who can push a baby car-  CLARK V. SAVIDGE, riage.--Woman's ttome Companion. . . Z to 4 new lives Comm,sstoner of Public Lands. ' UM R" -= L | Ask Us about this Service The Chinese start the New Year bypang their debts. This is one Chinese custom which the | world might well observe. The late James J. Hill once said, "The basis credit is character." He spoke the truth. The reputation a man has for meeting his ligations promptly is one of the first and stron considerations in extending a bank credit. Let us learn "He "- ,, atnen Chinese. a valuable lesson from t he o WHEN YOU BIULD GET OUR LOW CASH PRICES We have a new supply of 3rd Grade R. L. Shiplap .................. : ............... $ 7.00 3rd Grade R. L. 2x4 ... 8 00 Cleaning Solvent 4th Clear Drop Siding R:"L"IIIIII:":: ................ 14"00 3rd Clear 5:,8x4 Ceiling ............ " ..................... 1300 Auto Polish ........................ Per cent Furniture Polish These prices delivered on job. Other Interest prices m proportion. Also furnish any- thing in Cedar Lumber. Buy direct j from Manufacr and save money. ISSAQUAH STATE BA Nelson Garage & Service BRATNOB[R-BATY LUMBER 00. Phone 7-F-2 Isaquah Monohqn, Wash. A Strong Bank "Sow an act and you reap a habit; sow a hab' it and you reap a character; sow a character and you reap a destiny."-_G. D. Boardman. PAGE IX THE ISSAQIJAH PRESS, ISSAQUAH, KING CO., WASHINGTON HURSDA, MAY 28, To Meet Competitive Prices We Now HaveJ ICE CREAM Pints 2oc, Quarts 4oc But -- We SUNFREZE The Better ICE CREAM BRICKS-: Pint 25c, Quart 50c BULK m Pint 30c, Quart 60c The HONEYSUCKLE Yesterdays IN ISSAQUAH regarding a coal train of the C. &l Among the names used in local P. S. R. R. crashing into the North!items were Thomas Wilson, Sylves- Bend train at the crossing near Ren-iter Baxter, who had bought the Har- ton, cutting through the rear part of ry Johnson place in the north end; the smoker. Mrs. A. Reynolds was lGrant Gibson, Thomas Cubbon, W. reported seriously injured and Brake-iW. Sylvester, Mrs. A. R. Reisel, Chas. man Roberts had two fingers crushed. Ellis, Mrs. Chesroun, Betsy Drylie, Blacksmith Keogh and Louis Adair Chas. Bell, Edith Sylvester, George were passengers and were "shaken Clark, G. Holden and Ben S. Saw- up considerably." Mrs. Ray and The- yet. mas Wilson were aboard but unin- - ................................................... jured. How One Woman General Tibbetts, writing from Olympia, reported the first skirmish on the floor of the House over the local option bill. He also reported a joint resolution from both Houses to President Roosevelt protesting the withdrawal of lands in Whatcom County. The president answered that it had been done by mistake. He re- ported the road between North Bend and on east was a sure go. Report of a subscription contest being run, with still a week to go, placed Victoria Ek leading, Ethel Brophy of Monohon second, followed in order by Gertie May of North Bend, Grace Dodge of Fall City and Clara Gordon o Snoqualmie. Don'lan & Gleniski had rigged up a donkey engine to snake shingle bolts out of deep canyons. Mrs. Alexander of Monohon was entertaining the Ladies' Fancy Lace Club of Issaquah. Here's a good one: "W. H. Ellis made a trip along the Preston road as far as ttigh Point to inspect some bridges that were reported washed ,,,,, ,,., ,i Lost 47 Ibs In 3 Months and Feels Years , Younger Mrs: S. A. Solomon of New Burn, N. C., lost 47 lbs. in 3 months with Kruschen Salts. She reduced from 217 to 170 lbs. She feels much stronger, years younger and pains: in sides, back and abdomen that have bothered her for years are all gone. She says she not only feels better but i looks )etter as all her friends teil l he1':'I 3hall never tie without Kruschen t Salts, will never cease taking my daily dose and more than glad to highly recommend it for the great good that is in it." A battle of Kruschen Salts tha lasts 4 weeks costs but 85c at Bren- del Drug Co., Issaquah and Renton, and druggists the World over. Take one-half teaspoon in a glass of hot water every morning before break- fast. Attention to diet will help--cut out pastry and fatty meats--go light on potatoes, butter cream and sugar the Kruschen way is the safe way to lose fat. Try one bottle and if not joyfully satisfiedmoney back. F. A. FISHER, FUNF200E DIRECTOR Full line of Undertaking Supplies Our most considerate attention is at your disposal at all times Calls answered day or night Phone M212 ISSAQUAH, WASH. TAKING THE-GUESS OUT GF BUSINESS By JOHN G. LONSDALE President A,er;can Banker= Assoclatto n ANKERS and busines men err In not adopting more universally the tactics of the scientist. V/hen the s'ie'at i t wishes to fathom the mysteries of he universe or re. solve things into their component parts lie calls to his assistance the magnifying power of the microscope. There before him, like an open book, lie tho secrets of :ature which un- John G Lonsdale aided eyes cannot observe. The uncanny power of the micro- scope's all-seeing ey has revealed countless secrets for the material and intellectual progress of humanity. It has enabled us to study the processes of growing cells in plant and animal life, trace the cauzs of diseaseand successiulty combat the ills of man- kind; it has aided the engineer ta his search for stronger and more service- able materials, giving us taller, ltgltter and more sanitary structures, and bet- ter highways; it has disclosed the de- fects in steel rails and brought us an era of safer railway travel; it has added to the food supply of the nation ; in fact, it has affected favorably nearly every activity of the human race, whe.ther it apply to production, dis- tribution or consumption, in time of I, are or in time o war. In the business and banking world, economic research and analysis serve as the microscope through which we are enabled to see basic factors more clearly and thus determine the causes of success and failure. Only recently have we begun to realize the full value of research and analysis and apply them in such a way as to eliminate the guesswork that was characteristic of industry a few years ago. "Eliminate the gues. and reach success," might well be a motto for all of us. Mrs. Dan Davies in entertaining the Odes Club this afternoon. UPPER SQUAK I Mr. and Mrs. Joe Sees and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Sees and Mr. Ricards of Se- attle called on Mr. and Mrs. Art Johnson Saturday afternoon. Homer ttallworth and Oscar Leaf spent Sunday in Bremerton. Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Anderson and two daughters and Joe Anderson, all of Tacoma, were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Cammon. Mr. and Mrs. C. Leaf and Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Johnson attended a party in Sea,tie Saturday evening. Mrs. Alfredson, who has been working for Mrs. Leaf, left Sunday, as Mrs. Leaf is,now practically re- covered from her recent illness. Mildred Cammon is now at home with her parents O  .... O LEGAL PUBLICATIONS O 0 In the Superior Court of the State of Washington, for King County. In Probate. In the matter of the estate of An- drew Kichinko, Deceased Notice to Creditors. No. 52291 Notice is hereby given that the un- dersigned has been appointed and has qualified as administratrix of the estate of Andrew Kiehinko, Deceas- led; that all persons having claims against said deceased are hereby re- quired to serve the same, duly veri- fied, on said Administratrix or her attornev of record at the address - be- llow stated, and file the same with the i Clerk of said Court, together with i proof of such service within six I months after the date of first publi- !cation of this notice, or the same iwill be barred. Date of first publication May 21, 1931. ELIZABETH KICHLNKO, . Adm!n!stratrix of said Estate. Ad- a r?DWke'l) aEV INSK', At- torneys for Estate, 7056 Dexter Hereon Bldg., Seattle Wash. 5-21 6-11 o o ........ o i In the Superior Court of the State l i of Washington, for the County of King. In Probate. No. 49607. '1 i In the matter of the estate of Hen- fry Deschenes, Deceased. Notice of Hearing Final Report and Petition for Distribution Notice is hereby given that Arthur An lllasory Law ,J. Deschenes, administrator of the Estate of Henry Deschenes, deceas- The bank deposit guaranty law In ed, has filed in the office of the any form is a snare and a delusion, de- of said Court his final Report and clares a banker in a state where it has titin for distribution, asking been tried, adding: "it is a license and Court to settle said Report, distribute I the property to the persons thereto encouragement to irresponsible banks i entitled and to discharge said adrnin- and banking and penalizes capital sol. istrator; and that said Report and vency and prudent banking. It creates i petition wilt be heard on the 22nd 6ay a sense of security in the minds of the :oz June, 1931, at 9:30 A.M., at the unthinking and uninformed that is Co.urt Room of the Probate Depart- false and impossible to be realized on ment of said Court. ultimately. To compare it to legitimate Dated this 18th day of May, 1931. I ABE N OLSON Clerk of " insurance is without reason and ab- I - . , Said surd. It jeopardizes the solvency of all Court_ By Lev,-s Abraham, Deputy. ! 5-21 -4 banks and the safety of all depositors i o for the theoretical safety of a few, 4) o Guaranty schemes always have been, NOTICE OF SALE OF TIMBER ON are and always will be impotent, futile i STATE LAND and disastrous. It is not new. Has been Notice is hereby given that on Tuesday, the 2nd day of June, 1931. tried, failed and discarded at intervals Icommencing at ten o clock in the for more than 100 years In this eonn- ]forenoon of said day, in front of th( try. No well-informed, honest and in- I main entrance door to the county telllgent mind can accept it in prin. court house in the City of Seattle. clple or practice. Competent bank su- County of King, State of Washing- pervislon and restriction of banks to ton, by. rhe County Auditor of said territory that will warrant sufficient county, the timber on the following capital investment and accounts Is the described state land will be sold at only sane and honest course and will public auction to the highest bidde therefor, to-wit: afford all the guaranty the depositing Applirtion No. 14064 ubllc is entitled to as compared wRh Timber on lot 2 of section . alJ other human affairs." 'township 23 north, range 8 east, M., containing 39.58 acres, more or less, according to the government NEW RICHMOND HOTEL Moclern--F.eproof eattle's Largest and Best Popular- Priced Hotel Opposite Both Depot-----Fr Bus 100 rooms without bath $1.00 100 rooms with bath $1.50 150 rooms with bath $2.00-up Women and children always safe The ISSAQUAH During May, June, July and August, Shows will Start at 8:00 THURSDAY, May 28 o--- "Shipmates" (Robert Montgomery ) FRIDAY and SATURDAY, May 29-30 "A Gentleman's Fate" (John Gilbert SUNDAY, May 31 "Men Call It Love" (Adolph Menjou) WEDNESDEY, THURSDAY, June 3-4 "Stepping Out" (Reginald Denny) -'------'--- - Prehistoric "Art" HOBART Those prehistoric pictures cavern walls shouldn't be del M -'- .... . -- as records of the hie of th . l. lKel aZl{1 doe ann lm " were out-of-town shonners Fr;a-:"" It may be that they were , "" ""# prehistoric comic-strip at1 Gladys and Elmer Moline, Ann kansas Gazette Kochevar and Mr. and Mrs. Carl An- Patronize--ssIser$ derson spent an enjoyable evening  fishing Thursday FRATERNAL ORDERS Frank Kochevar, Emil Ek and Jim Peterson started to work :for the CENTURY CHAPTER No Gladding, McBean Company at Tay-i E S M . lor Thursday .. eet. second and fourth A ne " . . Inesday in Masonic Hall EuniCe G " w roan ]s t)emg built into the rmgton W.M., Minnie Schombet raay and Bartholomew places and retary" LS now nearly completec. I Several here have hear  - .. .. LMAN LODGE No. 69, I. 0 _ ._ _ u zrom tar. meets every Friday evening. ann Mrs. j. A. McKinnon. They ar-i Lewis N. G., Thos. Franczs rived safely at San Francisco after enjoying a wonderful trip south. I GILMAN REBEKAH 159, I. O. O.F., meets first The Kirkland Sand & Gravel Co. Wednesday of each month has finished crushing rock for the O. F Hall Or ha McDonald roads in this d" " " " P ...... istmct and have moved i Mary Kmnune Secretary. oae to lrkland. The roads are now I all in good condition. GILMAN ENCAMPMENT O O.F., meets every seco Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Ruggles and fOrcUhwSatoUrday  pVi:g daughter have moved into their newiE J Liedman.Sr.ibe home which has just been finished, t ...... man cr]ve. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Fennel motored to Vashon Island Saturn ....... ISSAQ'AH VALLEY GRA] they visited relativ .... . nere ]. mee second and four .. _ = ann zrlenas. ay oz each month, 8 p.m., mrs. j. Anderson, Mrs. A. Motor .alL 1 Earl Paulsen, Master, and Mrs. Ed Fennel were visitors of so Secretary. Mrs. John Lundberg Thursday. ISSAQUAH CHAPTER No. Valentine Koehevar went to Enum- A. M. Meets fourth claw Tuesday on business I ChcyOnth at Masonic hall. Louis Ek and Lon Axel attended g panions welcome the wrestling matches in Seattle t Eastliek, E. P. H., Thos. F. monaay night, t secretary. . Mrs Phiiman was a via" i  Latina'n tor of Mrs.  TRIANGLE LODGE No. 46, Miss L uesday afternoon. [__ of .Pythias. Meets first a over - nora Anderson was homeiTUes(lay_of each month. Wil ne week-end, l?nes, C.C.; Gee. H. JohnS, HoAdJisnn picnic is to be held at/-L" and S. " ....... to be giv:nre:g.un y" A dance is I MYRTLE . LODGE No. 108, , - ne azternoon from 3i =" ..Meer tlrt aturday o cme on. month. Harold Schumacher, t Thos. F. Drylie, survey thereof, appraised at $3,548 According to the state s cruise there are approximately 103,000 feet yellow fir, about 35 per cent of ACh C which is defective, the balance be- ing good sound timber suitable for ,nese ustom = veneer blocks, 68,000 feet spruce of small knotty grade, 642,000 feet ce- dar of good grade and 220,000 feet hemlock and white fir of medium size and grade. Logging eondition are good. Said timber on said land will be here. We cater especially to the sold for not less than the appraised = aceomodations second to none in Se- State Land Commissioners in the attle at above rates. The furniture manner provided by law, a statement and equipment are the best; each of which is now on file in the office " room a sunny outside room. of the Auditor of said county. LOUIS LUCAS. Mtzr. Terms of sale are: Cash to be paid on the day of sale. Baby Hire= ExFerts l_e P U,.aser of timber on state The busness of minding the baby anus wm nave ave (5) vear .;, Stormizing gives your motor from has become something more than a m which to remove sad tnnber, with the privilege of securing extensions , sideline for busy mothers or a Job for of time under the statutes governing. an3body who can push a baby car-  CLARK V. SAVIDGE, riage.--Woman's ttome Companion. . . Z to 4 new lives Comm,sstoner of Public Lands. ' UM R" -= L | Ask Us about this Service The Chinese start the New Year bypang their debts. This is one Chinese custom which the | world might well observe. The late James J. Hill once said, "The basis credit is character." He spoke the truth. The reputation a man has for meeting his ligations promptly is one of the first and stron considerations in extending a bank credit. Let us learn "He "- ,, atnen Chinese. a valuable lesson from t he o WHEN YOU BIULD GET OUR LOW CASH PRICES We have a new supply of 3rd Grade R. L. Shiplap .................. : ............... $ 7.00 3rd Grade R. L. 2x4 ... 8 00 Cleaning Solvent 4th Clear Drop Siding R:"L"IIIIII:":: ................ 14"00 3rd Clear 5:,8x4 Ceiling ............ " ..................... 1300 Auto Polish ........................ Per cent Furniture Polish These prices delivered on job. Other Interest prices m proportion. Also furnish any- thing in Cedar Lumber. Buy direct j from Manufacr and save money. ISSAQUAH STATE BA Nelson Garage & Service BRATNOB[R-BATY LUMBER 00. Phone 7-F-2 Isaquah Monohqn, Wash. A Strong Bank "Sow an act and you reap a habit; sow a hab' it and you reap a character; sow a character and you reap a destiny."-_G. D. Boardman.