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W PAGE SIX THE ISSAQLJAH PRESS, ISSAQUAH, KING CO,, WASHINGTON THURSDAY, JUNE 8, 1933 s 1day evening at the home of Mr. and/family journe.~ed to Monroe and[I~_ L[ ! HIGH POI NT Mrs. H. Fosse spent the clay w th ,he O Peppy, ran. r uooer vawe Tube ....... Mrs. C. Malmstrom and daughter:family there, ll~ / /" air Mr. and Mrs. Otto Anderson and Ruby of Seattle were week-end visit-I Mr. and Mrs. J. Fardig and daugh- v eaay rot All Cars family were Seattle shoppers Satur- ors of Mr. and Mrs. A. Swanson her~.~ter Svayo (d Issaquah visited at the day Mr and Mrs Nels Nelson and fam-]Nels Nelson home here Monday eve-I ....... ....... , ,..ooo,o. o ..... ........ ride on all Mr and Mrs John Halverson ly visited w th Mrs I Soderlunci in ning. " " "" ' i ,~ , t Use of Popular Motoring spent Sunday with son ttarold in Se- Seattle Sunday afternoon. [ Mr. and Mrs. Gus ~ostrom an(t attic, wh. is attending school there. Roy anci Ruth ttedberg of Seatt:e[famity returned to High Point Man-I Imp .......t ....... ::~i~::'::":;: Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Petersen and spent Sunday with home folks,idav after spending a few months via- Agnes of Snoqualmm spent Sat- Ml. anci M s Gus Johnson and i i;ig fliends in man.', of the maior! At)nlication of . (,,,,I .... I ..... i Cahfornm .cities. They plan to re rubber covered automobile tube valve !IIHH|mDHII||mHHHHRimum|iHgHHHig|HgHq ~m n a few nonths longer with :shortly will be m't(I- +,, ~,,,i,,~J ..... ! . ~ friends here before returningto inner tubes inthe cam ) ' ' i ~ - ' I anv S line ~ We Do All K!nds. of Hauling Business Every Busmess Day South America. ,rod to tit all cars. in pres. ent "use, ac- I -- between -- -- ..... '""L'---L~-~------~":FRESTON ........ l year[Crdingdealer.t L. R. ttepler, local Go0d-. Seattle and Coalfield, lssaquah, High Point, Preston, Monohon, I[ ................... [ Introduced t o t h e market bv I Elliott and Cedar Grove, and all way places l[ Mr. and Mrs. Otto Christfersn'Cood"eat in 1932 the rubbel (over" . ,,and Mr. and Mrs. Manne Carlson an,lied valve met with instant apl)roval ~!~a l ! I "IP | |' ~ I " son of Monroe called on friends her~ of ,notorists everywhere T h e se - : " =l 1 1,~:al | IQQ~IfllIfR /rgnq nflrlStlfln l'.n IIlP_ Sunday. valves ,,'ill soon be regular equip- It,ltdlUqUflll llUlll ~UllUllUfl qJUI ] IllUI Mr. and Mrs. ale Pearson and fan,- ment on all Goodyear St'md'u'd @No question about it, it ily of lli~h Point have moved in~o ' ' ' ' certainly feels great to have the house formely owned and neck,- AUTO FREIGHT AND TRANSFER Seattle Depot---Railroad Ave., Dearborn St. and Railroad Way I Leave Seattle 1:00 P. M. Only Leave Issaquah 6:00 A. M. Telephone Main 394 Washed Sand and Gravel pied by Mrs. S. Swanberg. Silver Wedding Surprise Mr. and Mrs. Axel Anderson werv honor guests at a surprise party giv- en at their home Sunday by relatives in honor of theh" silver wedding anni- m versary, guests I[llllllllilllllllllIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll [ * The were Mr. and Mr s Specials for June 9 and 10 IT'S THE LITTLE THINGS THAT COUNT, ESPECIALLY THE PENNIES, NICKELS AND DIMES YOU'LL SAVE BY BUYING YOUR GROCERIES HERE. YOU SAVE MONEY WITHOUT SACRIFICING QUALITY AT THIS STORE. EASY PARKING FACILITIES ................. : LETTUCE Large crisp local. PINAC Tender local. Per head Per lb. Pathfinder, tteavyDuty and Air- wheel type tubes. Because it is vulcanized to the tube replacing the usual claml)ed-in metal valve, clanger of high pre~- sure leaks around t h e base o valves is eliminated, and althoug, the rubher valve has a metal stem which permits the use of standard valve cores, there are no metaI parts required inside the tire which might injure the tube. Further advantages, Mr. Heplm pointed out, include a tight eomprex sion fit against the tire rim so tha~. no dirt or water can get into the tire. This compression fit in the rm~ makes it unnecessary to use lock nuts for holding the valve in plan. or as a covering for the valve hole. This feature prevents danger of In- jury to the tube by having the locked-in valve torn out in case of flats, because the rubber valve witl slip out of the rim before being torn out of the tube, but will not be drawn far enough inside to be .'n- accessible for inflation unless the tire is run absolutely flat. The new rubber coffered valves as now supplied by Goodyear may be used satisfactorily on all type~l of wire and artillery wheels, thus eliminating to a great extent the requirements for angle valves for many types of wire wheels. Olov Hovlin, Mr. and Mrs. Jim John- son and daughter, Florence and Eliz- abeth Anderson, all of Seattle, Mr. and Mrs. Ivar Larson and family, Sales Service Issaquah Phone 412 Washington Carl Hoggat and family. Mrs. Besse Wallace of Aloha spent a few days with Mary Rogge this week. Mrs. E. Gullicson returned hom~ from Laurel Beach Sanitarium Thurs- day and is reported as improving rap- idly. Miss May Lindstrom of Long Beach 1 "It Pays to Look Well" PAUL'S BARBER SHOP Special attention to Ladies' and Children's haircutting TOMAT ES Fancy firm hothouse Per lb. NOT ! Mrs. Helga Johnson and family ofI Calif., is spending a vacation wit: --o--- 0 R A N G AndersonHigh Point,andand JohnMr" andMiehaelsonMrS. Sam iherof[ father here Shaving Material ~,.~T21~T~'~7~[]~ c~ ......, : -" ----'-~--- --'-- r~ .... Preston. 1 School Board Claims Sunset Highway, Issaquah - ,.... ~wee~ ann { meluum ~ a~ozen Miss Mary Rogge entertained atlwown of Issa~uah wa~er ren+ ~ln ,n .............. ' d nner Saturday evening for Mr and'. ............ ~ ~l .. _ , ~, . .. . .. [Vae.lel ~z lel. tho., services., l~ou ....... I ~ Nlrs n,yle ~urns ano Mr, ano ~wrs. . . I THE PERFECT ~!J. J. Lewm, supphes ................ 26.12 &tunas,, tO o [ 4 Coal Co., coal .............. 75.00 Seattle.lssaouah.East0n ll LUMI:$1LIK MILLWt.)I~I~ i Brady's, needles ....................... 25 " I 1 WHOLESALE PRICES DIRECT !Brendel Drug Co., supplies .... 3.45 EXPRESS minimum I[' lllo '! I, ml t, 3 roll , ,0 THE CONSUMER [Hepler Motor Co., supplies .... 4.47 ( ) 2S Everything in common and finish iF J Lewis, gas ........................ 3.50 LEAVE I~At~UAH lumber, molding, panels, sash, doors,[Joh, ~el~n ~,'~ ~-~ "~ hotbed sash, window frames, medi-I_ ,:" ",?,, ~'~" ........ ;. ............... ,'~, 8:10 a.m. 3:50 p. m. _ __ . mmmm l cine cabinets, ironing board cabinets, l~" ~" worn we., suppnes .... ~.:.,. ~.vu Extra Sundays, Holidays- 8"10 - m J:~[ ~I~Ill ~Ii 11 .~ ~ Lii~A~L~- i~ ] wallboard, plasterboard, insulation!John W. Graham '.~o., suppnes 10.01 ....... iRIlJMlall idl lr~llldl ll~: II 1 ll 6111-1 A ~ ~ board, porch columns, roofing anal[Johnson Hdwe. Co., supplies .... 5.78 LEAVE SEATTLE [~.- [ -v~[ il[~l.~l~l I ~l~ ~| I ~l~ .! ~ ~ 2 sheathing paper, building hardware, i Ballou & Wright, supplies ...... 12.74 ~.~n . ..~ ~ sg . m V l~ ~,~m~ 82% discount on doors in stock I ..... ~ .......... :" ~'" """ Standard 011 Co., gas-oil ... 91.63 Extra n ID can ~w ~k lkuna~, piano tunmg xo ~ ~g 50% discount on moulding in stock ....... America s fasTesT ~ellln~ Malt .~ Door and Window screens interim [Wm. Callander, diplomas ........ 80.92 [. ~, ......................... I~ CrabienetoSnando~in:o~W:rames made t]C~:hda~edoLag::rY' laundry aaa,North Bend Staee Line ~AI-UPfl~-I 51~t.,s I"UYYI.~IK mII=A I I -~ Mzxe" ~ " " .................... [ ~" ..~ . .. .. " . _ man I . I ,=~ a pa'nts up zrom ........ $1.18 ILahar Spring Co., supplies ...... 5 71 ~ .......... a s ooume acung Lb. can ' I I ...... " ..... I ~1 I M When Lower Prates Can Be Made, IFunk & Wagnalls, year book.. 6.15,- ................... Starr W:II Make Them ~ ] I ~L, Ull~ I~1 I ~ G. Soderman, Preston water .. 2.50 = E il ' J LLO---A Flavors I I WILLIAM P. STARR I , tII BEAUTY New quick setting. 3 pkgs. I Fresh Roasted -- Fresh Ground I Lumber M.ro --t I . 'FAT' ;RYKMAN WEDS till-SHOPPE SPECIALS- $ , I I "~I 4606 l lth Ave N W, Seattle Arno d Fry man, son of Mr. ann Ill Shampoo and "' MAXWELL HOUSE COFFEE ~-- I PER = I ~ Two blocks east "of "Baliard bridge Mrs. Eric Frykman of Preston, was' Ill ~n_amPoo ann ifl I_ _ I "-4' a,, I ~ CASH CUTS CAPERS AT STARR S J married to Esther Peterson of Belle-Ill Marcel ........ 75c Ill "Good to the last dro " Lb can LB / P L|U I ................ .s. a I ~~vue in Seattle, Monday. The young:ill Shampoo and Ill I I a -- leouple immediately left on a honey-I III Finlzerwave .... 75c $ GRANDMA'S COOKIES I I IJflOht Wnman Imoon trip to Idaho and on their re.!llI fll . ~Imw~ vwuw~Jmm Iturn will make their home in Seat-I .......... ;o~. Samtary pkgs. 3 dozen I . Wet Wave .... 25c .... ' ~1~1~r1~ TO I ~ " , f'l~f~ , I 'tle, ,'here Arnold is a member o* H 'V : VpalVei: : : : : :"1" Ul ........ ,_ _ I i: 1- VL$ I LOS[ U ~OUflOStthe Fire Department lilt henna tack ...... 1.00 fll BARGREEN S VANILLA AA , ' ' t lH ......... fi-6hE ..... III Flavoring extract 12 oz. bottle Red Bowl Milled h Centennml I " : - Zlfl}I - " , Feels M- chBetter I IT PA~ use Is-}IH-BEAUTY SHOPPE-Ill ! . t..L ---- -- I ~ ~ U saquah Press want ads. [$ , ., , , 'If LIBBY'S PINEAPPLE "aune 28th 4E. iAIU SAC" 11 ,1932, I started tak-l~. ~~-- Fancy ripe tidbits. 2 9-oz. cans 1 .... @ I ing Kruschen Salts. Have 20 Ibsi1 . ! 1 ~ irom oune 28 ~o dan. *v. reel ~etter[1 I I .... ~ than have felt for four years. Was ll ~ ~ ~ a ~a~ ~ a ~ s ~ a ~m a.=a I lb '~'__ql" ql~ ~ ~ ~ ~ under doctors care ,or severall *1"~ l #glglg lT ' I" II~I~III~17 I~ .-- ~ ~I months. He said I had gall stones and[[ " l ~I~Ig~I~'I'~I*~#~w~ ~vI~I~~II~ II~ dI~ N ~ ~I should have operation, Kruschen / ...... -~ I lI - ~ 1 C ed." Mrs. Lute Bright, Walker, Minn. I 1 ..... C/'; .... A I ,,,L , ": I ....... jar -,- ,. m ~ ~ (Jan. 10, 1933.) . l/ , -,,, I Vr~.~lI~ IF IT $ NALLEY $ IT $ GOOD ~ U I To lose fat and at the same ~ime,. ~...... r ~ ':~ II~VVIII a g ~ I ~, ~ gain in physical attractiyeness andi1 ( -" ~~_. a~.,~ ~ feel spirited and youthful, take on // ( al t rp !: I l~ .... . ~ half teaspoonful of Kruschen in a li L~ ~if~]i~!l~l~ I l[ Wesson Oil 1-2 allan ,ins, of hot water before breakfast I g every morning. ~.~ ~~ ~ A jar that lasts 4 weeks costs but [l - " I~" ~...*u.a, .A ~I.~-~I~IIC ~ a trifle at Brendel Drug Co., Issa-[| ! I A D .... r~_|.~_. .... 7____~ ii 4"~'1 I1 ] I I _:~ quah and Renton, or any drugstore in l / ": I l~ ~ aur~ uc,oua vegemole Ull v V ~ the world, but be sure and get Kru-.I , ": I l~ .... ~ schen Salts, the SAFE way to reduce I/ ~Ui~~iHlti~ I ~ wide hips, prominent front and double l I I l~ a,..,--L~ ..... ~ ~ ~ chin and again feel the joy of liv-li ""~~::~:~'~. I ~IIr~ ~'~L'A 1~1r.~ ~-. ~,., ~l~ li~ ~ ins--money back if dissatisfied after]I ' ..... I l r the first jar --Adv ~~~" lll[ Jt lng a ge I I I .l/ _ _ / ,,-. . -- - I I/ Apartment Hotel / I tiranulated Condensed Soap" I Seattle's Finest Downtown Apartment Hotel. I , 0~.~, &~l ~ I~ m, - / Close To the Shopping Center and Theatres. I I --a __ ,/ One Block To Stage Depot. I lg;-__l- --~ ----l'ql ..~'n~-- # i ~ I Hotel Rooms with" Bath from $1.50 Sm'gle,$.2 00 Double. I VV ~D~D SASU ~ 0OORS--~t,~ i " Car C --':I .o,.-,^,.,, I I w thout Bath from $1.00 Single, $1.50 Double. I " l[ Recommended" by Leading Veterinarians ,-v ]I "=-:=..,_l Com~l~t;~YsFUlen, is~;d0AP:Imeent, ' g $" . with Hotel Service, from [ ~m S D---Four sunflower, may be on the aame stalk aud fain,g the four ~ " .......... ard,naX p.,ut. ............................... "'Yuu WILL LIKE THE CLAREMONT"