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THURSDAY JUNE 2'2, 19"),3 THE ISSAQUAH PRESS, ISSAQUAH, KING CO•, WASHINGTON Mis~ Do+i-: L,~,:i~, who has been in] Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Smart movedi Conditions That Affect the Kirkland H.spital since she wa~ito the Lake on Saturday. They wiltI Human Eye Injuriously injured in an automobile accident re- operate Sunset Grove this summer! cently, was bz oug't t home Sunday. ,and will make their home there. ItheTOOeyeslOngshouldh°UrsbeOfavoidedcOntinu°Usby a restUSe at°f intervals, if only for a few minutes, at ___J It pays to have a concluding a business inter- view, it's worth while being able to say, "This is my telephone number." And when your friends want to reach you quickly, or you want them, how much a telephone means! For only a few cents a day. which time they can be benefited by being bathed with ordinary cold water from the faucet, Dr. Sol Rosenblatt ex- plains in "Eye Hygiene and Heat," an article appearing in Hygeia, the tlealth Magazine. It is the heat that Is generated over a long period by excessive use of the eyes that causes the eyes to become tired. Heat affects the eyes in numer- ous ways, Doctor Rosenblatt explained• The heat generated by excessive use of the eyes over long hours, added to the ordinary body heat; the heat of fever repeated over a period of years; the heat of brilliant sunlight or too In- tense artificial light, and the he.re of furnaces over a period of time are detrimental to the function of the eye. Nature provides a safeguard in a manner somewhat similar to I hat of the water-cooled motor. Transparent fluids are circulated within the eye, and the anterior surface of the eye is bathed with fluid coming down from the tear gland above tbe eye. Ti~e peculiar special function of the eye requires transparency, and excessive beat de- stroys that quality; the toss of trans- parency is fatal to the function of that special organ, even though its form and strength are fully regained. PAGE THREE LOCAL AND PERSONAL Mrs. M. Cox of Berkeley, Calit., is here for a month's visit with her mother, Mrs. Anna Kranick. As an evidence the improvement m general conditions, Strafford's Park reports a complete sell-out of all cabins for the week-end, the first time in two years. Corson Williams has gone to Les- tar where he will be employed in the Forest Ranger Service for the sum- m(2r. * :~: * Mrs. Andrew Thompson and daugh- ter Anne, Mrs. Charles Berg and daughter Camilla and Mrs. Mildred Paulsen and twin boys, motored to Sumner Tuesday, Mrs. Thompson re- maining for a week-end visit. Mr. and Mrs. Mandrake Crossley spent the week-end on Vashon Is- land. * * * Miss Mabel Bleiler of Bremerton was a guest at the G. E. Stonebridge home last week. Mr. and Mrs. Felix Hartstrom of Tonasket spent the week-end at the P. S. Gensler home. Miss Frankie Wood, who is in training at the Swedish Hospital, me- THE ISSAQUAH THEATRE lOe 8:00 P.M. 25e THURSDAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAY, JUNE 22-23-24 NEWS "Oliver Twist" Dickie Moore - William Boyd "Ghost City" Bill Cody . : _,_ SUNDAY and MONDAY, JUNE 25-26 "The Barbarian" Ramon Navarre NEWS --- LAUREL and ~ARDY COMEDY - : :. COMING SOON--"PHANTOM BROADCAST," "42rid STREET," "TODAY WE LIVE," "DEVIL'S BROTHER;" "HELL BELOW," "PEG O' MY HEART" • . , , " .... Go to Church this Sunday• attle, is spending her vacation at her FOR SALE-- Kale plants, 1,000 all persons having clams agains~ said deceased or against said estate home here. * * * lfor $2.50. Peter LaCour, on Hobart are hereby required to serve the Mesdames C. S. Beers, Dan Day-i Road. same, dul~; verified, on said executor PURE RAW MILK tea and R. J• Schneider attended the "-~y--gg, S--F-O-l~--~,-;-~ .... 7--, .... or his attorneys of record at the sO- AND CREAM . , -- nurew meeting of the Snoqualmle ValleylT~.^.~..s_.` dress below stated, and file the same Garden Club which was held at theI .................................... with the Clerk of said Court, togeth- Nothing does so much Phone F244 ...... ~,~,- ,~,-,.- ~ ........ er g Lh proof of such service, within Sorsolittle MORNING DELIVERIES ,Bonn.e~L summer name on ,+aKe ~am-I a:='~ ll:t:T;'~°:: ~t:::~' la~; six ~uonths after the date of firs, Issaqua__h ~ ~ mammn last We(lnesuay g g, , ,$7 • " • publ; ation of this notice, or the ~ v:°m'anY • • • ]per month. Inquire this office, same will h~ bn,.,.od The Pacific Telephone and Telegraph --~ Mr .............................................. " ....... • .s.W.L. Garner left for Seattle} Enter the $1,000.00 McKessen's Date of first pubhcation June 8, ~un(lay evening where sne unaer-~ji_ oa .............. 193~; Wm J Terry, g ow uonLesL, l.~eLalls a~epnen-, " ~ . ~" ".. ~ went a minor operation Monday af-Is , I ~xecu:or at sam ~smte. "It Pays to Look Well" ........... I on s. Address 1382 Dexter Hereon Bldg, .............. ~ernoon a: ~ne ~ea~:le ~enerax non-, ..... .. .. "~*;. . nmmnummmmummmmmmmmmmmmmmaiammmm m PAUL'S SHOP pital. * * * { WANTED-- To Buy-- 1200-pounal~e~.~e's ~.~ells, Revelle, Sevelle a Mr and Mrs Hans Sumner of horse, reasonable. E. N. Tunin, Hyak, Kells, 1382 Dexter ttorton Building, We Do All Kinds of Hauling Business Every Business Day ~+,n~m~H ~,." ~,,,~ ~o woT+o~lWashington. ]Seattle, Wash., Attorney for Estate. .......... ' .....................I .... i 8-R-9.~ = -- between --- Special attention to Swanson and Bert Sumner of Ever-I WANTED--To hear from party Ladies' and Children's ett and Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Allyn, lhaving good used cream separator. ~ .......... "~ = Seattle and Coalfield, lssaquah, High Point, Preston, Monohon, haircutting Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Schomber and Ole'State make and price. Fred Mar,i ATTORNEY | Elliott and Cedar Grove, and all way places ---o-- Norsing spent Sunday at Beaver Renton, Route 2, Box 123. I J. LAEL SIMMONS | • [J0] Shaving Material "-ke * * * " Issaquah Transportation "- _o_ -~..~ "..or ann" airs ........ ~i-eorge .t-'z,eKger oz FOR ........ SALE--Nice broilers. Vin--In Issaquah Evenings - SaturdaYsl. .. _," . . ", ....... cen~ ~nerne, ~ox ~z, xssaquah Phone 593 Evenin | I ~ | Sunset Highway, Isaaquah. far, tuna risked a~ me ur. w. ~ ................ "_" ..... gs/ " Phone 43 Saturdays Holland home last Thursday. LOST--In or near Service Station / rest room, child's mesh purse con- ............................... [~__~J[lLara ~]D]~I~ID|~'~ ~v~[l,~][~~._~__n~!~_~]~r~_ In the Superior Court of the State of Washington, for King County• In the matter of the estate of Ha~- dLeC~ sAbOoUltd M:K::::n:t J~eg S:= tie Orr Terry, Deceased. an s P In Probate. No. 57058. son's. ~ Notice to Creditors .......................................... Notice is hereby given that the un- FOR RENT--4-room house, mad- ders;~rned has been appointed and has ern, partly furnished. Mrs. B. Weaver. qualiiied as executor of the estate ....................................... of ~Tattie err Terry, Deceased; that | AUTO FREIGHT AND TRANSFER Seattle Depot---Railroad Ave., Dearborn St. and Railroad Way Leave Seattle I:00 P. M. Only Leave Issaquah 6:00 A. M. Telephone Main 394 IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII e Washed Sand and Gravel SPECIAL SUM MER DISCOUNTS Get our summer prices now on complete overhaul jobs---labor and parts advancing. To test the value of this little advertisement w~ will give 10% discount on any purchase of GAS, OIL, BATTER- IES, TIRES or REPAIRS. CHIEF SEATTLE GARAGE Fifth at Denny Way NEVER CLOSED Seattle June 19, 1933 A COMPANY THIRTY YEARS OLD Last Friday the Ford Motor Company completed 30 Fears of automobile making. It is also my fortieth year at the same job. I made my first engine in 1893, and it still runs. This is the engine that won the Selden Patent Suit--which took the motor car out of the exclusive class, and opened the automobile industry to hundreds of manufacturers who started during the last 30 years. Some of the men who began with me that June day in 1903, are working here yet. All of the principles we laid down then, are still operative; we find that ~hey have great survival value for the future. To date they have produced and sold over 21o000,000 Ford oars. Although we created the automobile market we have never thought it was good for anyone to monopolize it. We have always believed that before business could be good for one, it must be good for all. Our disooverles and improvements have always been open to other manufacturers without patent restrictions. Of course, there is one thing we cannot share---everyone must get it for himself---and that is experience. Money could duplicate our buildings and machines, but it cannot duplicate 40 years of experience. And it is experience that mares a motor car. But the past does not especially concern me; it ~as all been a prepara- tion for the future. For myself, I feel that I have just been gathering the tools to do something worth while, and that my real task is still ahead. Great changes are upon the world. False ideas of every kind are vanishing in the general upheaval. Those who built truly on principle will survive---their service will carry over. Business integrity and commodity honor will be fully Justified. And newer and better ways of living will appear. That is the outlook for this young thlrty-year old Company o£ ours. taining $5.25. Mrs. O. F. Fedde. FOR SALE--3-year-old Guernse~ bull, guaranteed good stock. Inqulre this o~ce. Cross-word Puzzle Fansl $I,000.00 McKesson Contest. Details at Ste. phenson's. ,,,| i 'I', ,,"' Exchange Ads are result- getters and are inexpensive. Usa them. ,; ,, D. W. HUME BARBER SHOP Cleanliness, Civility • Good Workmanship SHOWER BATHS FRONT ST., ISSAQUAH The Albers Laborator~ at Seattle ALBERS 1933 The photograph above d: scloses the intricate and careful work behind each bag of Albers Pul- let Grower, a scene that has been observed by West Coast poultrymen day after day in the AI- bets laboratory at Seattle. Pullets that have gone light, or are suffering with any difficulty here on the coast, are picked up and examined by Research workers in this lab- oratory. The man in the foreground is studying a slide made from. the intestines of such a pullet. In the background the blood of a pullet is being analyzed for a quantity of hemoglobin. At the right a sample of Pullet Grower is being chem- ically analyzed for protein. At the left in the foreground are some of the white rats which lend themselves to a study of the vitamins because of their rapid propagation and quick development. Neither time nor money is spared to make AI- bets feeds what they are known to be today. Put your pullets on a proven feed. Buy Albers 1933 Pullet Grower Paks or Mash. 1 I,, , ,mI , • I . ~--L J,, I I ~- ....