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[)AGE TWO THE ISSAQUAH PRESS, ISSAQUAH, KING CO., WASHINGTON THUI{SI)AY, JUNE 22, 193~ -THE ISSAQUAH PRES- --OFFICIAL PAPER FOR THE TOWN OF 15SAQUAH-- I ublished Every Thursday at ISSAQUAH, KING COUNTY, WASHINGTON Subscription Rate,,;: One Year, in advance ................................................... $1.50 Six Months, " . ................................................... 1.00 Three Months, " . .................................................. 75 Entered as secbnd-class matter on October 27, 1916: at the post- office at Issaquah, King County, Washington, under the Act of March 3, 1879. M. A. BOYDEN .................................................. Editor-Publisher For the good of all concerned, a~] JOHN F. DORE, long as there is unemployment in the[~ Mayor of Seattle, Is being congratulated district, united effort should be made i this week upon com- te keep up this work. I pletinghlsflrstyear as mayor, during' 0----01 which time he has fulfilled h I prom- ] Community Church I] ! .... , t. c0d. - 0 -- -- --0 tlon. "The Itandwriting on the Wall" Its the sermon topic for Suntiay at 11, i based on chapter five of Daniel's I Prophecy. The Adult Choir will sing. The6 True Blues, a group of forty others accepted it as necessary to theI well-being of the community. And[ I~ if all communities have -'eeeived ben-[ im[~ efits proportionatethis with those corn.l, ing to community through the[ ._ = schools, the streets and the Playfield, there is less cause for e~mplaint. :mm ~m imm [or more, with Patti Benson as cap- AND IT'S WORTH IT. There are very few among us no~I At a recent meeting of the Tax-]prompted by nature to get all g'e , , [ payers Association ex-Mayor Bean- can of this world s goods, and thereI blossom of Renton remarked, "I nev-lis no room for censuring one for try-[ cr eou d ulderstand why small towns[ing, and no advantage in opposing of Issaquah's size should have a div-[the efforts of others. But any encom-I ided town, one half fighting against[agement you offer a neighbor may the other. In that way they accomp- come back to you in the form of a! boost for your own project. Anything attempted in a town- lish nothing" That is a gospel truth. You kno~ what it has clone for Issaquah--wha~ it is still doing, and will continue to do so long as it is permitted to live. Why? If we must fight, why not get to- gether and fight for the same thing instead of raising up in arms against everything starte(t by anyone excep~ ourselves or our click? You gain ab- solutely nothing, but may prevent something of benefit to another. Have you finished your summer's work? If not, better hurry, the sea- son is practically over. Saturday Old Sol started south again and the days will be shortened accordingly. There is a thrill of neighborliness that is a common every-day heritage IT HELPS ~ KEEP IT UP. of the lucky people who live in a When this welfare work was firs~ small town, in harmony, which is the proposed it was far from satisfactory lot of no other people. [n su?h a town to all concerned. The workers were adversities are less severe because disappointed at receiving only food of the many offers of assistance. Suc- vouchers for their work, and the tax- ceases are more prevalent becausa payers were not particularly pleased everyone is pulling with, instead of with the setup, knowing it spelled against, you. more taxes for the future. As the work progressed and the __ __ troubles were ironed ou~, the work- EMSTITCHING men pelased with, their part and all hO I = i I. I PER YARD ~m,~l~m~a~ [ i m g e-- .- I ~ I~, ~ ~,. I ,SASH ~ DOORS--MILL C I Rnvdp.nl ............ J'" I [ Directly East of Playfield ff'~* n~ , ~. ~., [ IERw_ SEATTLE ISSAQUAH 342 We Deliver RETAIL ICE STATION Entrance Issaquah Park Hours 7 a. m. to 8 p: m. ICE Delivery IlllllnlgllllUlllllllllllll Including MACHINE WORK I% Cedarholm FRONT STREET tain, will present the evening program at 8:00. Something different ands worthwhile promised. [ Each Thrusday eveningat 8:00,I Bible study. ] Last Sunday a large audience heard "The Holy City," given by l the choir. It should be repeated oi-I ten. Ten large beautiful bouquets enhanced the appearance of the little il]eces tim mysteries of bird mi- gration. He described how the swal- lows and nlartins come from far-off lands in early summer, and return to the w;trtnerclimate when autumn comes along. One-half block south of Highway Issaquah llHlllllHllllllHlllll V. C. WEBSTER w a s elected presi- dent of tile Seattle City Council this week. DONALD A. Me- ~n dLD, Wash- first prohl- Ireetor and fl~or leader of the r ee-en t legislature, v~s the author of the McDonald bill that established theI present state relief sTstem. :[] ~m )m ~m ~m ~mm ,m [] e [] | | m [] im Nlmm||lllllimmlilimmllllllllliilmil|lmlli|l|l|)llllll mimmmmmmmmmmmimmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmlmmmm rocery pecials CARROTS, local fancy, 5 bunches ............ 10c LETTUCE, large heads, 3 heads ................ 7c CABBAGE, local new, 2 heads .................. 15c ORANGES, very sweet, 2 dozen for ........ 25c FOLGER'S COFFEE, 1-1b cans ................ 27c CAMAY SOAP, per bar ............................ 5c PITCHER and SIX GLASSES, all for .... 49c WHITE KING Washing Powder .............. 29c HARD TACK, 2 a-lb package .................. 23c NALLEY'S SALAD DRESSING, quart .... 28c [] [][] Issaquah, Washington [] [] m lmmmmmlmmmmmmmmmmmmmmlmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmml That Hen In the 17 Inches Of Space Little t'l~yllis was very interested. WAR~EN G" ~O" ~~'~i]::~]~]~m / ..... a ." 1 .... Do all tim birds go awayT' she 2~USON Seattle at- [~~~'..~~ ~! . I. I asked. 1 o f the sSate Hough [~!::,!E~E~~~d~:~?" "~ I "No, dear," replied uncle. !'Only a of Rept*~seutatlves' [ few of tllem." committee on an- I~ ..... " .... [ employment .nd he I~~ .... . I "Does tha robin go?" was active in the [ [~~~1 "" " I "No dear," answered uncle. "The passage of the Me-i .... i waistcoatThere wasanda stays."long pause, and then _ ...................................... Phyllis said thoughtfully : "I don't In the Superior Court of the State think that's right, Uncle John. I've of Washington for the County of I ~5~ .... I seen heaps of robins wearing red Ki-ng'theIn matter of the estate of [~~~] waistcoats, but never one with staysi" George E. Herpick, Deceased. i --Boston Globe. I In Probate. No. 55769 ] ~~~1 Notice of hearing final report and I Spoken--Not Understood petition for distribution. I English Is spoken by 160,000,000 Notice is hereby given that Mar- people and Is understood by 60.000.. garet D. Herpiek, Executrix of the 000 more. This does not include those Estate of George E. Herpick, ha~ filed in the office of the Clerk of said who try to talk in a home where radio Court her final Report and petition[ ~~ ,:~mm[ Is running at full blast.--l,os Angeles for distribution, asking the Court to , -- ;: , Times. settle said Report, distribute the prop- [ ~S~.~./ [ erty to the persons thereto entitled and to discharge said executrix, and DR. WILLIAM HOLLAND m that said Report and petition will be Last week we had a perfectly,ent time, when they are 15 me: DENTIST [ heard on the 6th day of July, 1933,.goodsetu~v of a perfectly good artS-[of age. Each hen has had 17 in at 9:30 A. M" at the Court Room Of[cle regarding the raising of hens inlof space during her'lifetime ! Office Hours---1:00 to 6:00 Daily| zne rrooa~e ~epar~menz oz said I ,, Court. a space seventeen lnchs square. How-] Several of these hens have pro* Also Evenings and Sundays ! Dated this 5th day of June, 1933. lever, in making up the paper the at- duced an average of over 70% since Phone 602 Issaquah, Wash.J Abe N Olson, Clerk of Said Court. [ticle was so juggled that even we our-llast August and we are showing here- By Lewm Abraham, Deputy it ' '' seh, es were unable to tell what " l with Hen No. 3, from these cages, ~was all about. There is too much and the eggs produced duriv Answer/ 0 WHY YOU COME OOwt LIKE hie ? 1913 kEVKI. The Answer: , / laecAuse I | I NVK~ W,V/" / never went up, but it has come down Just the same- *now only 32% of its 1913 figure!" WHEN war-time scarcity sent commodity prices sky-hlgh, electricity's cost per kilowatt hour to our farm anddomesfic customers did not rlse with them ~[t dropped, snd it has kept on dropping ever since. All through the hectic days of prosperity electricity came down, down, until today it is 68% below the pre-war level. Your electric dollar now goes three times as far fis in Iql3. Yet the cost-of-living chart todayls approximately 30% higher thsfi the yesr before the world war. In the old days your electric b;ll was iust s light bill, now ;t it sn sll-round I:LI:CTRIC SI=RVICg: bill. Glectrlci~y has bsnished drudgery in the home through a multitude o~ conveniences snd comforts --st I cost to the fiversge household of less than IO cents s day, PUGET SOUND POWER 6, LIGHT COMPANY " O U g E L E C T R I C I T Y I S C 14 E A P " news value in the piece to have it squelched in that way so we are re- peating it herewith: "A group of hens at the Albers Poultry Research Station have been developed in cages from the time they were one day old up to the pre~- ) Seattle.lssaquahmEast0n EXPRESS (minimum) 25c LEAVE ISSAQUAH 8:10 a.m. 3:50 p. m. Extra Sundays, Holidays, 8:10 p. m. LEAVE SEATTLE 9:30 a.m. 5:15 p. m. Extra Sundays and Holidays, 10 p. m. ]N0.h Bend S'l:age Line 1933. "These hens seems absolutely py in their small quarters, and cackling continually, are abso- lutely healthy and produce on an exceptional basis. It is of interest note that this hen.had never been out of her cage until the pictur~ shown herewith was taken. She was utterly miserable outside her cag~ and stood on the table giving indication of fear either because of the largeness of the space about her or because of the horror of falling. When put on a roost she fell off and when put in the vicinlt of a feed hopper was totally unable to find means of getting up on it. "The hens developed in these cages have been particularly profitable pro- ducers, whereas, a group which developed in cages for four months (Continued on page four) F. A. FISHER, FUNERAL DIRECTOR FULL LINE of UNDERTAKING SUPPLIES Our most considerate attention is at your disposal at all times Calls answered day or night lSSAQUAH, WASH. SPECIALS THIS WEEK PER LB. CORNED BEEF PER Boneless LB. Fresh Side Pork ,-.. 10c Little Pig LBS, FOR ,GOOD VARIETY LUNCHEON MEATS