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PAGE TWO THE ISSAQUAH PRESS, ISSAQUAH, KING CO.,WASHINGTON THURSDAY, JUNE 15,1933 ] t islns ...... 71HENS RAISED IN 17-1NCH SPACE GIVE RESULTS , THE ISSA UAH PRESS . ......... ! ~;~:~:~" .:.~:~:~ !!~:i:~:~ "~ ", Q ~ ' ~r: :>~: ~v:~+ P, --OFFICIAL PAPER FOR THE TOWN OF ISSAQUAH Ni!~i~ii~i'i~:~:i: --~ I Published Every Thursday at II I-" '~ Subscription Rates: i i ~'" I | : One Yea,', m advance ................................................... $1.50 i I I : I I| : six Months, " . ................................................ 100 {] I 2~::. I ]-= , Three Months, " . .................................................. 75 ~ ] ~!~i:. I ~ .... ' Entered as second-class matter on October 27, 1916. at, the post- ! i~~~] [m CAULIFLOWER, fresn local, 2 for. ..... lac office at Issaquah, King County, Washington, undm" the Act of {] I CARROTS, fresh and tender, 3 bunches.. 10c : March 3, 1879. ~I I ~~~ ,-= M A BOYDEN Ealto P bli,her t [ | LETTUCE, crisp and firm, 2 heads ........ 5c ..................................................... . SPINACH, fancy No. 1 phts, 4 lbs ......... 10c .............................. ,; iB i SOAP, Liberty White, 10 bars .......... 19c The treat enioved by newspaper'seem inclined to do a little" of their I .... | COFFEE, Gold Shield, 3-lb. can ..........75e men at lfarborv}ew hospital ~r]day!Own bzddmg and he seem. unablc 1~ SYRUP, in the barrel, qt................. 29c evening might well be termed ,,A!to get them off his hands. I~ .... ('entury of Prog~ess in Ho~pitaliza ~ i'oecause IH' *h,, horror of falling. Up- numerous otner aavamages. BEANS, small white Idaho, lb........... Sc .~ , i ..~ ,' . ~ ....-i And they elected him to the high-on being lm~ on a roost she oromDtlv A group of hens at the Albers~-- son.' u~ spe,.,a, ,merest to tne,est i' " c a ~ ....... i SANDWICH PICKLES, 2-pt. jars ........ 25c .... " , . . . { pea tlon in the ounty over a m n fell off an t when put in the vicinity Poultry Research Statmn have been t. writer oecause ne haslived through t " ,. . " [ -- over nail ........... o] tna[ progress Fifty hke Jack Earley. of a feed honper was totally unable developed~ .m cages., from time they MAYONNAISE, Happy Hum., pints 25c years ago the count- hos'.~ilal wa~ ~~ . to find a means ot getting up on it we e one oay ola up to the present ":, . ..... ~, .v. .~ ai~ ~'~d~ | ......... time, when they are 15 months of]i PANCAKE FLOUR, Sperrys .......... 19c consmerefl tne ilna, jumping oI~ i.. S .-- *he ne,, ,n these cages ........... AND ONE PKG. WHEAT HEARTS FREE! place and men fought against enter- ~_~1[ lam~ have been pa,'ticularly profitable :g2;e daCinnneh rnas'n-a'~ 17 mcnes Oil ing them. Today men are fighting ~sP'|| $1~ir~ producers, whereas a group whichPsever:[o~ th:senh;~ye~.oduced an[I harder to get into them than they ~ " ~W~~T" was developed in cages for fore ~ .^ P, . . [ ' average oi over ~u per cent since las~ tm fought to keep out then. A home in b Arthur Brisbane months and then transferred to pens, August and we are showing herewith|i tlllHlillllllllllltlllllilllllilgHliHlIlllllfl~]lllll | I [] U | | | | I Harborview is attractive, died, partly due to the fact that they " Hen No 3, from these cages, and the i . , --_--.~ _ (Continued from first page) were not immune to diseases con- eggs she produced during March Issaquah, Washington GIRL BABY RUINS PAPER .----.-- tracted from the litter and partly These hens seem absolutely happy l1 s i Congress will let him poured the A boy. ha.~ .been. publishing a small.first cubic'~ yard in the concrete wall due to the fact that they were more in their small quarters, singing anal lilail liiD|nillil llililinil|nn paper m a Washington, D. C., fash-t , . or less helpless and highly cannibal- cackling continually, are absolutely ........ ..... 7 -; - ---7-57------: ................. , able seci arch that wlill be 730 feet high, i )n :. ,ton. lie closed last week] istic. . - - . " I was serves ano (lancing ionowed. I ness constination ,-as a-a ooM;h, with this wonderfully human vale-!1180 feet wide, and will hold back nealthy anu produce on an exeep. . ....... ~ ." --- ~ , ~ ......... ttonat oam~. It is oI interest to note . ' ...... it.tory: land control the waters of the Col- The experiment at theAlbers Sta- . ........ lentertamed Sunday by Mr. and Mrs. younger--more ac~lve--tuu oi am. I ........... [" lur. anu Mrs. walt Stenson were will cease to bother--you'll feel d tion has attracted a great deal of at- tnat this hen nau never seen ou~ o~i, ,~ ......... bition--clear skin--sparking eyes "we ...... nave a new oany a[ our home t orado River.. , ooe ~tyers at LaKe wilderness 'ar i~ " " I It will take two years to pour tention and many poultrymen in this her cage until the pncture shown A ~ t at lasts 4 weeks costs but Babms arc a lot of trouble, especially the fly mil'i five hun 'r " " s vicinity feel that in the future manyherewith" was taken. She was utter- If you .see ,a man riding along, a trifle at Brendel Drug Co., Issaquah. e I on, u eu r~ou.- girl babms. Mother says the press ...... of them will adopt the cage system, ly miserable outside her cage and peering into the dense woods, don't and Renton, or any drug store in the .... .. anu oarrem oI concrete.~aCK oI 11age.'; too much noise, so we wm ~ ,,$ ~* z "*- and if one bottle doesn't joyfully ........ thatwall, surface waters from six which gives a trapnest record of e~ stood on the table "ivi .... er-" inai be alarmed or mistake him for the world--but demand and get Kruschen sheriff of Clark county looking for .......nave ~o ur-stP~..PUmlsmng. ..^o... ~.ur ...... news- i states w]Jl' .......... oe nelu Dac~.rne great ery hen, cuts motality to minimum, cation of fear either because of the . . please you--money back. f h hm cows It's only GO Sodeiberg p~v~, ,, ~ --l,e ---~ ~,,- ,,~ ua ..... eliminates the cost of litter, and has largeness o t e space about her, or ~ " ............................. ...... I task will be fmmhed in August, ]n anytnmg WUL pay up so we can come ------ hunting for Cascara trees. F-- ..... "~ . ,, 11935, and cost $165,000,000. Pray Mrs. McDorman, Mrs. Ira Smith's~ Mrs. Frances Neese and children ......................... ATTORNEY / oUt even, I . ,that, unhke the Muscle Shoals proj-mother, attended the Rose Festival of Seattle spent Sunday afternoon a, HOW SHE LOST 18 a. LAEL SIMMONS l And he is ()no of a million who~ect this new -ower "-lant will be i "' P v at Portland and is visiting friendsthe home o Mr. and Mrs. Martin p~||~n.~ n~ ~T In Issaquah Evenings- Saturdayst feel If they had tile money due them ,,~,t ~%,,~ h,~ ~,-* ~,~,, ch~ h~,o~; they could "come out even . there ,, .................. ' ............. Anderson. uvvwwiwv vs nu nm Phone 593 Evenings and profit of the people that built Frank Jolmson, who has been s~'r- Mr. and Mrrs. Wallace Scott me- --- Phone 43 Saturda s / "Especially girl babies"--isn't that ~nd nMd ~.r i~ good'? This isn t the first time a ............ iously ill for several weeks, is eonval- tored to Seattle Saturday. For Less Than $1.00 Y ) escing slowly at his Lake Sammam. Mr. and Mrs George Fish and - ........... girl has interfered with a man's Little Miss Mabel Sell of Snoqual- ish home. freedom of speech and of the pre;ss, mie is spending the week at the Jas. daughter were week end visitors at "Will say in regards to Kruschen: O.W. HUMS This boy is learning early that these Miles home. Guy Fish's. They are moving to I took it to reduce. I lost 18 pounds paths of greatness through journal ............... HOBART Oregon some time next week after using one bottle and feel fine BARBER SHOP istic careers are rough and thorny A CORRECTION ~ Among the girls from Hobart toJust bought one more bottle to-day ................. The pastor of Community church is Anne Raatchy Smith, former first ~et ~obs in town this summer a~ and expect to lose 18 more pounds. Cleanliness, Civility Congress is still in session. In the: ..... ~-:-- *~ ........ ' * .... ~-'~- ,,rade teacher visited old frio,,ds l,, ~",-~ ............ I now weigh 148 and feel fine." Mrs "" * -- IIU~ ~gbhillg~lle It~IlZUY~llrOlIl UlllC~ ~ ~ ~ "" " lVluUred I-'aKKa 2~gda l~lnlman vir- u ..... o~: .... ,,._ ~,~" ,T Good Workmanship ' '" ) ' S I 9 ' Ili~Lfl'y 17~UUIII~UI|, ~rOn9 U/IIO ~arl fl~t ,lay.s, lresl(lent.Rooaeve}t foundlof anyone, contrary tolast week-s Hobart on Sunday. She has been ginia Brandt, Stina and Martha 6, 1933) tneln (lUlLe pl antanu resny 1:O dOn , ~' ~odon:~ report which was due to a slight mls' in Anaeortes the past two years and Grinber~ and S,,lvia Aikari Once a day take Kruschen Salts--- SHOWER BATHS .................................. =-- 'understanding It is only wrong was married last week to Hubert[ Elmer "Yam''~ Gustafson'and Pike one-half teasp.oonful in a glass of hot .... Smith of Anacorte " . water first thing every morning. Be- 1" / l i [ nderson entetrtamed friends at a sides losin~ u~l,, fat ~AFELv .... - FRONT ST., ISSAQUAH that he is opposing, as m hm duty, s They will make A / reenwooa I and such wrongs as are evident in their home in Seattle party Saturday evening Luncheongain in hea~thand physical att~ra~ive-~ ............... i ~. I'gambling, d~inking and public dan~ .... - ~-~------------ , I [ Cemetery ]],ng have been opposed by resisters] . m . I land other large groups for centuries. I Greenwood Cemetery has single n Gr, , 1i Their reasons are based on exact[ graves as low at $10 to $20, ' s i 11 at ered b ex i gra I I data .elentlf ca y g h Y -I not perpetual care, but some i not .~ . I I perts in the social and moral science~ care. rerpetual care graves, l, ..................................................... "~ - ~" J 1 $25 to $50. Concrete markers l i In the Superior Court of the State] ~,~/~~,/~ I furnished with each grave, free I1~ Washington for the County of i -- - ~T ~zng. / Telephone Retnonll n the ma.er of the estate of[ GLJ -- i RENT~N WA.qW I ] George E. Herpick, Deceased. .......... " ...... I In Probate. No. 55769 ~_ Notice of hearing final report and ~---- petition for distribution. ~ .... ~ lq33 Your P xket Notice is hereby given that Mar- ~"~ ~'" -" A N ... I garet D. Herpick, Executrix of the ~*~ [Estate of George E. Herpick, ha~ filed in the office of the Clerk of said m~-~t~,~ ~o~ Court her final Report and petition LOW PRICE CARS VS. CHEAP CARS ~*~,~,~-~,d.,, for distribution, asking the Court to ~,o~ d ~ ~ settle said Report, distribute the prop- ~,a,~.. erty to the persons thereto entitled We do not build a low-price car: the cost to us of building our oar and to discharge said executrix, and that said Report and petition will be ~S pretty high. heard on the 6th day of July, 1933, But we do sell a high quality car at a low pricg. at 9:30 A. M., at the Court Room of the Probate Department of said Almost evbry new Ford V-8 car we have built so far this year, has cost Court. more ~o manufacture than its selling price was. As you buy them at only $490 Dated this 5th day of June, 1933. Abe N Oi.on, Clerk of Said Court. to $610, we have to depend on increasing volume to make up the dfferenoe. By Lewis Abraham, Deputy. The reason for this is simple: ---a manufacturer who gives good value 6-8-22 ........... must expect to lose money on the first oars he sells because he cannot ' ' " ' charge all his costs to the people who are first to buy. F A. FISHER. FUHERAL P ECTOR But with the purchaser it is different -- he cannot afford to lose FULL LINE of UNDERTAKING SUPPLIES anything on a car. It must give him full value from the first, and keep Our most conslderate attention is at your disposal at all times on gving hm full value for years. Calls answered day or night TWO things make possible our combination of low prices and high cost Phone M212 ISSAOUAH, WASH. qualitY:l. Volume Production '' ' , .2. Taking only one profit the basis l ili m . First we set our price at what would be fair to the publc on " , of economies we enjoy in volume produotion Then, in order to justify and maintain our low price we must get volume sales. I Thus it comes that a oar which is really high-cost to make, is also SPECIALS THIS WEEK low-cost to buy. - __ ,,, ,, , There is a difference between a chea___~p car and a low-priced high quality car. PER LB. Ford prices are always fixed at a point which makes it profitable for a customer to buy. ....... -'* *^ the buyer as well as Good and lasting business mus~ proauc? pvu**~ ~, o . . CORNED BEEF 10 to the seller. And of the two, the buyer s profit must be, comparative,y, Boneless PER N LB. C the larger one. It pays us to sell the Ford V-8 because it pays you to buy it. LB. Little Pig LBS. .4 FOR GOOD VARIETY LUNCHEON MEATS I