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PAGE TWO THE 15SAQUAH PRESS, ISSAQUAH, KING CO., WASHINGTON THURSDAY, JUNE 8, 1933 THE ISSAQUAH PRESS --OFFICIAL PAPER FOR THE TOWN OF ISSAQUAH-- Published Every Thursday at ISSAQUAH, KING COUNTY, WASHINGTON Subscription Rates : One Year, in advance ................................................... ~$1.50 Six Months, " . ................................................. 1.00 Three Months, " . .................................................... 75 Entered as second-class matter on October 27, 1916: at the post- office at Issaquab, King County, Washington, under the Act of March 3, 1879. M. A. BOYDEN .................................................. Editor-Publisher HIGH WATER PROMISED I fearfully low priced conditions the If you are located in a district sub-[ farmers are up against, of which 'this is an exam le jcct to floods, nrepare for some high P. ~- water With cool weather holding on _ . ~ ..... . .... ......... I It is reported than m t~n]na wncn anti plenty oi snow in ~ne mou.n~alns, ' i ~ ' ..... , , . - - l a bank fails they s mply chop off" tl e~ ~ will turn rear not one of these . i , ..... I heads of the bank officials. What a.%s and tnere can De OUt one re [ " better guarantee of bank deposits suit. Be ready, could one ask than that? HIDE FOR LACES Editor Cooke, of the RockdMe, Texas, Reporter, tells about his far- mer friend, John Tyler, exhibiting a pair of new boot laces in town on a Saturday. Nothing startling about this, except for the fact that John had sold a yearling hide for just enough to buy the laces. He didn't object to the price of the laces, but he did complain bitterly about the FARM RELIEF A Paris newspaper man came to this country to "investigate the agri- cultural situation." He got as far west as Kansas Ciy, and did not set foot on an actual farm, nor inter- view a real farmer. Then he wen~! back to Paris and wrote all about it and his readers accepted it. At that, it looks like he learned about as much about the farming sit- uation as.most of our Congressment ..,.,.,, ,,a.,,s,~ ~,FHIFI~'N EXCHANGE and Senators know, judging by the ............................................... way they are fooling around in an FOR SALE--3-year-old Guernsey attempt to fix up a farm "relief" bull, guaranteed good stock. ~Inqulre bill. this office. What the farmer needs is a fair ..... price for his product and a market, WANTED -To BuY~ 1200~p-pou~ and this can come only by giving the horse, reasonable E. N. Tunin, Hyak, people enough dollars and enough Washington. work. Relief will then come a-jump- -FoR SALE'-Three:qua1~er-a-cre ing. tract near center of town, $600. Thls THEY'LL c0~ME .......... office .... The thing that will brlng all thls hoarded money out of its miserable aa,,-~a~,a~; aa~rLal~. [hiding the quickest will be for the TRADE government to issue new money and .... ~ ., I get the idea out that its policy is to Trade In your Din plUmD1ng[increase the general commodity price supplies for Brand New]level. Then the hoarders will realize Standard or Kohler Plumb- that their dollar will never buy as in : Our pride will save Imuch again as they will buy right ou mone -see us before^]now. Then how these dollars will Y Y" scamper about to pick up the .bar- you buy. gains which are lying around on SEVENTEENTH AI NUAL FAIR DRAWS CROWDS "OI.D IRONSII)ES' docked uI Pier 41, Port of Sel~[ile, Amerleo's largest ocean pier. INTERNATIONAL PEACE ARCH In the beautiful new Samuel Hill Memorial Park at Blaine, Washington. "BEAUTIES" from Eastern Washing- ton enjoying the beauties of Birch Bay on Puget Sound near Belllngham. x : < ;::::,~ :::::::::::::::2::::: COLUMBIA GLACIER. Alaska RDWAIgD W ALLEN, U. 8. member of tho Internntloaal Fisheries Commission and chairman of the Alaska com- mittee of the Seattle Chamber of Commerce, who, wlt~ TIlE WASHINGTON ATHLETIC CI,UR DARWIN MEISNEST (right). chairman of the Alaskl RUILDINO Im Seattle which ranks among excursion committee of The Chamber, le lu charge of the hs finest In the U'tlled St'tea. good will tour to Alaska June 18 to 29, Shows Enjoyed by Capacity Housvs Each Night; Money Raised for Student Activities. The annual school Fair Friday and !Saturday night drew capacity crowds iaml was al)l)arently enjoyed by the iilel'|'y-lllF.ke FS. This annual event, celerated this [week for the seventeenth year, has [become a fixture in Issaquah as the leal beginning of the closing of the scl~ool year. It was originated, and still maintained, for tim purpose of [painlessly extracting money from pa- trons of the district for the support (,f extra activities of the student body, and has been a decided success, as is evidenced by the financial r~- port beh, w. Receipts and Expenditures Item Rec. Exp. Profit Ilbzh School ' Program ..$ 89.65 .60 89.60 Grade School Prowr~m~ ....86.50 29.56 56.94 I)ancin~ ............ 44.05 45.00 .9~ Carnival : Friday .......... 34.35 I Saturday ...... 44.70 53.15 25.90 [ Lunch Room : Friday .......... 40.70 Saturday ...... 25.33 30.92 35.13 Advertising ...... 7.38 Incidental ........ !5.97 Ice Cream ........ 62.50 42.24 20.26 Total $42780 214.82 212.98 The Issaquah Highschool sincere- ly thanks the people of Issaquah and vicinity for their splendid support. Look for a bigger and better Fair next year. We hope to improve the Issaquah school Fair each year. ATTORNEY 1 J. LAEL SIMMONS | In Issaquah Evenings - Saturday/ Phone 593 Evenings | Phone 43 Saturdays J BARBER SHOP Cleanliness, Civility Good Workmanship Plumbing Trade-ln Market every sidel Japan acts to us very much like[acreage in the Yakima Valley was se-'l ~ .~I4C~WI~.~ ]=IhrPI-~.~ 222S 4th A,,~a~ ..... "*~-saws ~- ,uargug~-'-~" she is looking for a good sized fight, lriously injured last winter and, be- I II~J]~A~I ..___ _ ,, Our observation m that the man or cause of changmg conditions, aces SEATTLE, WASH. The Ides of March" are the eighth " ' I " " " P " I FRONT ST ISSAOUAH ,, , day after the nones, or March 15. the nation who gets bent on thislof grains promise to be much higher[ Teacher Entertained .......... ' ..... "~ .... --"------- ~ thmg is very apt to find such a fight, within the next few months. Where .......... :_ __ "--" "-'-" ~ ' 1 ~ care party in honor oi mss f r , He is apt to get a good licking, too,/hay and other feed cropsonthe fai'm~Doroth Reumalin ~as iven b Mrs '| PURE RAW MILK . - y ", g Y before it is over * are not sufficmnt to carry the an~- / " 1 O[~ll,~ T*IIU]~I~|| hlD,~fl'~'Al~ I " / . ., ]AI Motors Thursday. Miss Reumahn[[ AND CREAM r. p,. PlonlHt r n 1 l ~ main on that farm, eicner an increase ..... / , 0 r.r~ V~L Uh ....... / ...... ]Is going to be married this summer[ r Phone F244 t~ecause of the snor~age o~ nay in Ieeu acreage or aisposai oz some I FULL LINE of UNDERTAKING SUPPLIES '~ .... ] _ . , ..... I and is leaving shortly for Honolulu [ MORNING DELIVERIES . Icrops in nay growing aistric~s and the[o the cows wiu prooamy oe necem . ~ ..... ~ .... . ., ..... ~ Our most considerate attention is at your disposal at all times ..... where LIle wcuomg w]H take place. 1 probablhty of increase m gram~sary, saysA. L. Lovett, County Agent ................ [[ Issanuah Valley Dalrv 1 I l , l~ne ana ner nusoanu Vlll tnen VISILI I -i ,~ ,~ / Callsanswered day or mght Iprices, dmrymen of King CountylIt ~s not too late to plan many feedl .......... [\' -- , . . . ~nlna. her morner willtakener, - | so~s~ms~m nrs~n Ishould plan to grow all of their dairylerops and ~t isposs~ble to plan tof ..... If- -- Phone M 212 feeds s far as 1 s place ~eacnlng ne~e DR WILLIAM HOLLAND / I AQUAH9 WAJII. I a poss'ble this season. I tore feeds whichotherwise might l "" i| " I~ .... ~ A large percentage of the alfalfa I not be saved. All available lands Miss Mildred Forselund of Elliott / DENTIST ---- ~ ~ should be utilized during the pre~- visited Dorothy Carey over the week- ] ------ --'- ~ [ ent season ] end I ]Office Hours--- 1:00 to 6:00 Daily == Also Evenings and Sundays r a ~ ~ drb ~rb . ] --~ I The Hossines have left Itobart and]| | - vvr~~" , _ Don't Sleep at Wrong Time , ] moved to Issaquah and will make their Phone Phone 602602 Issaquah, Issaquah, Wash. Wash. OIPIPIE .$ AN A~IAZINO ,,it is .'ell to forget our cares,' sahi ihome in Squak Valley. ..... [ Ill IIo, the sage of Chinatown. "Yet I Velnar Swanson and Eugene Iver-]l f" ......... ! [ a nmriner should not go to sleep dur so- vi-:'~j ...... " ,~- ,- . Is .raanwnnn i --- , . '. u ~iceu aLone Doemg PlelUIn ~. -~.... vv~ I If Ing a gale. '--Washington Star ........ I m ~- s ....... m _ [ ~eat[,e .ues.ay.. 11 [ "~m~t~r~r I lililil_'J!kN/ilVlid I lllll' - ',Grade School Visits "Old ,ronsides"i| ..... ....... 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