"
Newspaper Archive of
The Issaquah Press
Issaquah, Washington
June 24, 1921     The Issaquah Press
PAGE 2     (2 of 8 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
 
PAGE 2     (2 of 8 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
June 24, 1921
 

Newspaper Archive of The Issaquah Press produced by SmallTownPapers, Inc.
Website © 2022. All content copyrighted. Copyright Information.     Terms Of Use.     Request Content Removal.




THE, IgSAQUAH PRESS The ISSAQUAH PRESS !advertisements. [, PL&apos;ILiSIt]2I) I:Vt-IY I"IIIDAY : This raise was applied on in- ! Subscriptidn 81.50 a year in advance : stalhnents, the last raise to be- i .--. come efi'ctive the lstof nextl Brltel'ed as second-class 15qa tter ()ctoh," r 27. 1916, at the post otlico t I.saquah. il]onth. [Vashlngton. LllDl(ar |ht ,*.it.'[ O[ 5];i.l.l-[l : 1879. M. A. Boyden, Editor a)d Publisher People who claim the dollar is still worth but 50c are probably not patronizing, advertising stores News head line: "Harding commutes death set, trace to hanging." No doubt a reat surprise to the "corn m u ted." The other day we heard a man express a doubt as to John Bar- leycorn being dead. But, any- way he was put as far under the ground as the cellar. We are being advised with much regularity to "'go back to the ]and'and do hard work di,- ging in the dirt." It is(luite no- ticeaOle, however, that most of this advice comes from fellows sitting in stuffed office chairs. Lets Keep the Law Four years ago the goverment passed new postal regulatio,s re- quiring all publications to pay postage on advertisements, on a zone basis--the longer the haul the higher the postage. This raise applies to that 10art onb of the paper or ma.azine devoted to A big' light has been waged a- gainst this last raise by the mag- azines and larger dailies of the country. Havin;T become con- vinced they can not defeat it they are now trying to delay it by having it placed in the hands of a commission to "investigate" ccmditim s, to ascertain if the rate is necessary. These big interests have been telling their subscribers that the raise is being made on all second class matter and tt:at this rate must be met through a raise in subscription price. As a matter of fact the price of carrying that part of a pubiica- ton carrying reading nmtter will stili be carried 3,000 miles at the same rate of postage as for three miles, fhe raise is on that part of a publication carrying adver- tisements. Is there any reason why such a raise simuld not be made? This matter has been pretty ttoroughly gone over and we can :;re no reason for further "in- ve:qia'ation," at quite an addition. a] expense of course. Here's the situation as we see it: As publishers we sell adve. tising SlmCe to advertisers for the benefit of advertisers. Is Tbe 61 or=ou00" 4th This will be the big dress-up day of the season. Let us show you . a most complete line of GENTS' I:Ui00NISHIN(]i$ Bring your suits in early for cleaning and pressing Strnad's Clothint00 Store o All Our Meats high class in every pa,"ticular. We ca rv the very :est of fresh, salt and cured meats, a,d ear: clI'vv yvu the Choicest Cuts trailer, juicy and delicately flavore& Try leaving your order with us and see how prompt- lY and satisfacrily we s-.rve you F Market HERE PAT00OTS GATHERED [ Real Estat¢ Offerings In and Near [ssaquah 5?_, lots and new house on Front Str r for $1,500.00 cash. Six large rooms on one floor. It will take a. )ut $500.00 to ,paint the outside and complete the inside. Wile,, hat is done it will be a splendid home. Bi bearing fl uit trees a,, i small fruit. Ten acres, considerable clearing, fo "oom cabin, plenty of good water, and nearly all good soil. $75t j Reasonable terms. Good six-room house and bah. tw, ors in splendid shade for garden, for$2500. House has been bu about six years and is in good condition. This wi I make you :, .ood home. 157 acres, eight acres cleared, consi ,able pasture, remain- der logged off and mostly burned over..,.,o: I 6- 'oom house, old or- chard and two wells for $3500. This will a e,'age a fair quality of upland soil and is a real bargain at the price. Another good home: 5 large rooms, ewe lots and young or-- chard for $2700. House built about seven years, and is in good condition. The lots are rich soil. 6-room house, built about 7 years, for .1200. 00. half cash. It is well worth the money. 6-room house for $500.00 cash. Good buy as a home or in- vestment. Four rich garden lots ar, d two houses [one has 5 rooms and bath] for $4,000.00 This marker, at Cambridge, Mass., s erected on the spot where the Con. Eleven acres close in for $!500.00; good springs, easy terms. tlaentala gathered for the march to Bunker Hill. Five, acres nearly all good soil and considerable clearing for ..... :=, $2,000•00, on easy terms. Splendid spring. there any reason why the gov- or more of fresh milk each morn- One acre in Upper's First Addition for $5).00; $50 down. ernment should carry this corn-ling and evening to each Farm Over two acres in McCloskey's Addition for $1000.00. modity for us 3,000 miles as iShare Ho'der; also fresh butter, Over six acres close in for $825.00. $50.00 down. cheaply as 3 miles? How about]eggs, etc. direct to your door. Four acres, nearly all good soil for $800.00. Good location the parcel post they carry for] Yes, the Farm would be a big for a home• you? l advertisement for the whole corn- Ten acres about 1000 feet south of Goode's corner for $600. Again: The postal departmentlmunity and would give employ- $50. down. Very little gravel• must have more funds, If it islment in harvest season to berry Twenty acres at top of Vaughnan's hill for $1000.00. $100 not raised by extra postal rates it land fruit pickers and later on a down. Very good upland. must be paid by you and I in the cannery and other business could Twenty acres upland, neat'b, level, school bus and R F D, for form of taxes. Do we want ad-: be added, which would put ]ssa- $500. An3' reasonable terms. ditional taxes? i quah on the map and there to We believe letter postage lstay" Let me hear from you if Over 2 acres on splenid corner, rich soil and small improve- should have been left at 3 cents. you are interested• Cut the cost meats for $1600. The highway will be pared in front of this prop- In that postage big business car-lof hying 25 per cent. and be a erty this summer. It is an excellent location for a road house. vied the bulk of the load. But i "Farm Owner." Be able to say Forty acres mostly good soil, about twenty acres cleared, that was r-duced on the strength "Our ['arm. ' fair house, good barn• 15 head stock, two horses, usual" farm imp. of a raise on second class matter. Yours faithfully, lements, running water. Price $5,000. The plan to allow pure reading Win. T. Weaver. Five acres n highway at Wood's corner for $500; 100 down, mat'er in the mails without a, ----- H I G H P 0 IN T If you want a good sized tract of close in good soil, let me raise• and raising tbe p,,stage on show you the nine tracts west of the new [)ark just put on the I adve tising space, is, we believe, -- , market by the Pacific Coast Company. Tracts range in size from l a wme solution. Mrs. Walter Peterson i.home from the hospital ?,t*ed 3 to 10 acres. Price is $128.00 and up per acre. Any reasonable last ' terms considered. of the week We • are p eased tel S:)h'*did 15i) foot c(,c ..... - 7,, :i, d ;',r <550.00 Very, E(tior i-'res-' I, i[ true that twar of hey vapid recovery • I very easy terms if you want to buihi a }mine. liahtning never strikestwme in Born toMr. andMrs. EricWyhr \\; the same place? a baby girl, June 16th [ Answer: No: unless thepiace Miss Bertha King spent the' C.R. BERRY p is no longer there Lightning weel end in Seattle The Real Estate Man. Issaquah, Washington verb ,ften strikes repeatedly in Mr. and Mrs. August Berglund ! ......................... nearly the same places. Appar-lwent to Seattle to remain until the Ladies Clulc Thursday _,,. ...... ently it has itszones where itsiSundav Mr.G. Baty was a busmess -'5,. appearance may usually becount-! Born to Mrs. Soderlund. at the visitor to Issaquah Wednesday ..... a k-'" : U e, o with each electrical storm. I S,vedish hospital in Seattle, Sun. Mr. and Mrs. O. Sturdier visi- ..] 7. £ z ..... But we can't understand whylday ' June 19th, a girl ted with Mr. and Mrs. F. Young anyone in this section should ask[ AI Haylon visited at the home Sunday and Monday twpervious such a question, lof Emil Lovegren Sunday Miss Esther Breton is visiting tO L),oil7lg '(lter * Mr. Sandstrom underwent an in Bremerton for a short time i ci,-e yo, v.-ood- OTIt00 PEOPI£'S VWS operation for appendicitis Wed- - .......... w'-:rk a beautiful "Community Ranch" Hospital ' I ingwaterwillnotin- Mrs. Nible returned home Sun- J jure. Like cw:,.aI it may be scrubbed When you have cherry pie. Mrs. Olson and son of Ballard day after spending several days i with hot Water and '  strawberries, new potatoes, corn, are visiting with Mrs. John Nel-  green peas, ranch butter, and son visiting in Tacoma and Puyallup. l sop. Mr. Harry_Mannokos is visiting other fruits, vegetables, meats, The Okaboji Camp Fire girls his bdther Jonn on the ranch etc., produced on a modern farm, held a wienie roast at the school Michael Hallworth spent a mt to can you say to your guest, when grounds Wednesday evening couple of days at his uncles home they compliment you on the ex- which proved a great success last week cellent taste and quality, "Yes, and brought into the treasury they are splendid. We grow $16.50 Miss Ruth Drylie and James Hayward spent Sunday with e them or produce them on "Our Paul Lovegren was a Seattle Hallworth family Ranch." ° visitor Sunday Mr. E. A. Snyder and Mr. Nible Would you like to have a farm George Walberg was a Seattle were business callers in Seattle where at all times you could se- visitor Wednesday Tuesday cure fresh vegetables, dairy pro- Mr. and Mrs. E. Hogan motor- ducts and meats? You can have, M 0 N 0  0 N ed to Seattle ay a share in the "lssaquah Cem. t Mr. F. Young was a Seattle day in Seattle munity Farm." Mr. and . Kanyo spen:. Sun- First of all you must be a resi. ' visitor Wednesday evening Mr. Dave EIorroek is spe,diq;.. dent of lssaquah, whetherin bus- Mrs. Tabor and daughter Alice his vacation making improve. mess or not. One of our grocery were passengers to Seattle Thurs- meats on his ranch stores could handle the produce day Mr. Alex Simpson of Renton is for the time being, or all of then Mrs. O• Breton and  Wick making his USual calls this week. andle "Community Farm Pro. visited in Issaquah Friday after- Mrs. GeorgeSnyder, Mrs. Nible duce." 0oon and Mrs. E. A. Snyderspent • Wednesday in Seattle Say we have 100 "Commuriity Mrs. M. Crosby of Seattle is Farm Owners•" Some will : vest $500, some $400, $300 $2()t visiting with her mother, Mrs. C. • Alexander $100, and some $50, but all will' YOlltt HI00E share and share alike in the dis- Mr. and Mrs. Scott of Enum- claw visited in Monohon Wednes- tribution of profit and each can Reginald returning home Hudson Supersix and Buick Six buy as much as they like of,. the day, with them A ' produce raised on the "Com. I NYWHERE AT ANY TIME munity Farm." I Little Jean Dorgan, who re- PHONE: MAIN 15,2 The money would all be depos- l cently had an operation on her -z =----==- ,ted in our local bank and Woud i throat, is improving nicely draw 4 per cent, interest until a Mrs. O. June was a Seattle suitable farfn could be secured, caller Tuesday SPEC:..ZTIES: ,JoY ]{IDING "AbLD THEATRE PARTIES A board of directors would be Mr. and Mrs. Dorgan and chiI- formed and have the manage, dre,, motored to Seattle Tuesday ,,H. [,  | N il mentot the farm. afternoon . PAST-TIME POOL HAbL ISSA A trnck would carry one quart I Mrs. h. Lindstrom entertained., ........ - I THE, IgSAQUAH PRESS The ISSAQUAH PRESS !advertisements. [, PL'ILiSIt]2I) I:Vt-IY I"IIIDAY : This raise was applied on in- ! Subscriptidn 81.50 a year in advance : stalhnents, the last raise to be- i .--. come efi'ctive the lstof nextl Brltel'ed as second-class 15qa tter ()ctoh," r 27. 1916, at the post otlico t I.saquah. il]onth. [Vashlngton. LllDl(ar |ht ,*.it.'[ O[ 5];i.l.l-[l : 1879. M. A. Boyden, Editor a)d Publisher People who claim the dollar is still worth but 50c are probably not patronizing, advertising stores News head line: "Harding commutes death set, trace to hanging." No doubt a reat surprise to the "corn m u ted." The other day we heard a man express a doubt as to John Bar- leycorn being dead. But, any- way he was put as far under the ground as the cellar. We are being advised with much regularity to "'go back to the ]and'and do hard work di,- ging in the dirt." It is(luite no- ticeaOle, however, that most of this advice comes from fellows sitting in stuffed office chairs. Lets Keep the Law Four years ago the goverment passed new postal regulatio,s re- quiring all publications to pay postage on advertisements, on a zone basis--the longer the haul the higher the postage. This raise applies to that 10art onb of the paper or ma.azine devoted to A big' light has been waged a- gainst this last raise by the mag- azines and larger dailies of the country. Havin;T become con- vinced they can not defeat it they are now trying to delay it by having it placed in the hands of a commission to "investigate" ccmditim s, to ascertain if the rate is necessary. These big interests have been telling their subscribers that the raise is being made on all second class matter and tt:at this rate must be met through a raise in subscription price. As a matter of fact the price of carrying that part of a pubiica- ton carrying reading nmtter will stili be carried 3,000 miles at the same rate of postage as for three miles, fhe raise is on that part of a publication carrying adver- tisements. Is there any reason why such a raise simuld not be made? This matter has been pretty ttoroughly gone over and we can :;re no reason for further "in- ve:qia'ation," at quite an addition. a] expense of course. Here's the situation as we see it: As publishers we sell adve. tising SlmCe to advertisers for the benefit of advertisers. Is Tbe 61 or=ou00" 4th This will be the big dress-up day of the season. Let us show you . a most complete line of GENTS' I:Ui00NISHIN(]i$ Bring your suits in early for cleaning and pressing Strnad's Clothint00 Store o All Our Meats high class in every pa,"ticular. We ca rv the very :est of fresh, salt and cured meats, a,d ear: clI'vv yvu the Choicest Cuts trailer, juicy and delicately flavore& Try leaving your order with us and see how prompt- lY and satisfacrily we s-.rve you F Market HERE PAT00OTS GATHERED [ Real Estat¢ Offerings In and Near [ssaquah 5?_, lots and new house on Front Str r for $1,500.00 cash. Six large rooms on one floor. It will take a. )ut $500.00 to ,paint the outside and complete the inside. Wile,, hat is done it will be a splendid home. Bi bearing fl uit trees a,, i small fruit. Ten acres, considerable clearing, fo "oom cabin, plenty of good water, and nearly all good soil. $75t j Reasonable terms. Good six-room house and ba h. tw, ors in splendid shade for garden, for$2500. House has been bu about six years and is in good condition. This wi I make you :, .ood home. 157 acres, eight acres cleared, consi ,able pasture, remain- der logged off and mostly burned over..,.,o: I 6- 'oom house, old or- chard and two wells for $3500. This will a e,'age a fair quality of upland soil and is a real bargain at the price. Another good home: 5 large rooms, ewe lots and young or-- chard for $2700. House built about seven years, and is in good condition. The lots are rich soil. 6-room house, built about 7 years, for .1200. 00. half cash. It is well worth the money. 6-room house for $500.00 cash. Good buy as a home or in- vestment. Four rich garden lots ar, d two houses [one has 5 rooms and bath] for $4,000.00 This marker, at Cambridge, Mass., s erected on the spot where the Con. Eleven acres close in for $!500.00; good springs, easy terms. tlaentala gathered for the march to Bunker Hill. Five, acres nearly all good soil and considerable clearing for ..... :=, $2,000•00, on easy terms. Splendid spring. there any reason why the gov- or more of fresh milk each morn- One acre in Upper's First Addition for $5).00; $50 down. ernment should carry this corn-ling and evening to each Farm Over two acres in McCloskey's Addition for $1000.00. modity for us 3,000 miles as iShare Ho'der; also fresh butter, Over six acres close in for $825.00. $50.00 down. cheaply as 3 miles? How about]eggs, etc. direct to your door. Four acres, nearly all good soil for $800.00. Good location the parcel post they carry for] Yes, the Farm would be a big for a home• you? l advertisement for the whole corn- Ten acres about 1000 feet south of Goode's corner for $600. Again: The postal departmentlmunity and would give employ- $50. down. Very little gravel• must have more funds, If it islment in harvest season to berry Twenty acres at top of Vaughnan's hill for $1000.00. $100 not raised by extra postal rates it land fruit pickers and later on a down. Very good upland. must be paid by you and I in the cannery and other business could Twenty acres upland, neat'b, level, school bus and R F D, for form of taxes. Do we want ad-: be added, which would put ]ssa- $500. An3' reasonable terms. ditional taxes? i quah on the map and there to We believe letter postage lstay" Let me hear from you if Over 2 acres on splenid corner, rich soil and small improve- should have been left at 3 cents. you are interested• Cut the cost meats for $1600. The highway will be pared in front of this prop- In that postage big business car-lof hying 25 per cent. and be a erty this summer. It is an excellent location for a road house. vied the bulk of the load. But i "Farm Owner." Be able to say Forty acres mostly good soil, about twenty acres cleared, that was r-duced on the strength "Our ['arm. ' fair house, good barn• 15 head stock, two horses, usual" farm imp. of a raise on second class matter. Yours faithfully, lements, running water. Price $5,000. The plan to allow pure reading Win. T. Weaver. Five acres n highway at Wood's corner for $500; 100 down, mat'er in the mails without a, ----- H I G H P 0 IN T If you want a good sized tract of close in good soil, let me raise• and raising tbe p,,stage on show you the nine tracts west of the new [)ark just put on the I adve tising space, is, we believe, -- , market by the Pacific Coast Company. Tracts range in size from l a wme solution. Mrs. Walter Peterson i.home from the hospital ?,t*ed 3 to 10 acres. Price is $128.00 and up per acre. Any reasonable last ' terms considered. of the week We • are p eased tel S:)h'*did 15i) foot c(,c ..... - 7,, :i, d ;',r <550.00 Very, E(tior i-'res-' I, i[ true that twar of hey vapid recovery • I very easy terms if you want to buihi a }mine. liahtning never strikestwme in Born toMr. andMrs. EricWyhr \\; the same place? a baby girl, June 16th [ Answer: No: unless thepiace Miss Bertha King spent the' C.R. BERRY p is no longer there Lightning weel end in Seattle The Real Estate Man. Issaquah, Washington verb ,ften strikes repeatedly in Mr. and Mrs. August Berglund ! ......................... nearly the same places. Appar-lwent to Seattle to remain until the Ladies Clulc Thursday _,,. ...... ently it has itszones where itsiSundav Mr.G. Baty was a busmess -'5,. appearance may usually becount-! Born to Mrs. Soderlund. at the visitor to Issaquah Wednesday ..... a k-'" : U e, o with each electrical storm. I S,vedish hospital in Seattle, Sun. Mr. and Mrs. O. Sturdier visi- ..] 7. £ z ..... But we can't understand whylday ' June 19th, a girl ted with Mr. and Mrs. F. Young anyone in this section should ask[ AI Haylon visited at the home Sunday and Monday twpervious such a question, lof Emil Lovegren Sunday Miss Esther Breton is visiting tO L),oil7lg '(lter * Mr. Sandstrom underwent an in Bremerton for a short time i ci,-e yo, v.-ood- OTIt00 PEOPI£'S VWS operation for appendicitis Wed- - .......... w'-:rk a beautiful "Community Ranch" Hospital ' I ingwaterwillnotin- Mrs. Nible returned home Sun- J jure. Like cw:,.aI it may be scrubbed When you have cherry pie. Mrs. Olson and son of Ballard day after spending several days i with hot Water and '  strawberries, new potatoes, corn, are visiting with Mrs. John Nel-  green peas, ranch butter, and son visiting in Tacoma and Puyallup. l sop. Mr. Harry_Mannokos is visiting other fruits, vegetables, meats, The Okaboji Camp Fire girls his bdther Jonn on the ranch etc., produced on a modern farm, held a wienie roast at the school Michael Hallworth spent a mt to can you say to your guest, when grounds Wednesday evening couple of days at his uncles home they compliment you on the ex- which proved a great success last week cellent taste and quality, "Yes, and brought into the treasury they are splendid. We grow $16.50 Miss Ruth Drylie and James Hayward spent Sunday with e them or produce them on "Our Paul Lovegren was a Seattle Hallworth family Ranch." ° visitor Sunday Mr. E. A. Snyder and Mr. Nible Would you like to have a farm George Walberg was a Seattle were business callers in Seattle where at all times you could se- visitor Wednesday Tuesday cure fresh vegetables, dairy pro- Mr. and Mrs. E. Hogan motor- ducts and meats? You can have, M 0 N 0  0 N ed to Seattle ay a share in the "lssaquah Cem. t Mr. F. Young was a Seattle day in Seattle munity Farm." Mr. and . Kanyo spen:. Sun- First of all you must be a resi. ' visitor Wednesday evening Mr. Dave EIorroek is spe,diq;.. dent of lssaquah, whetherin bus- Mrs. Tabor and daughter Alice his vacation making improve. mess or not. One of our grocery were passengers to Seattle Thurs- meats on his ranch stores could handle the produce day Mr. Alex Simpson of Renton is for the time being, or all of then Mrs. O• Breton and  Wick making his USual calls this week. andle "Community Farm Pro. visited in Issaquah Friday after- Mrs. GeorgeSnyder, Mrs. Nible duce." 0oon and Mrs. E. A. Snyderspent • Wednesday in Seattle Say we have 100 "Commuriity Mrs. M. Crosby of Seattle is Farm Owners•" Some will : vest $500, some $400, $300 $2()t visiting with her mother, Mrs. C. • Alexander $100, and some $50, but all will' YOlltt HI00E share and share alike in the dis- Mr. and Mrs. Scott of Enum- claw visited in Monohon Wednes- tribution of profit and each can Reginald returning home Hudson Supersix and Buick Six buy as much as they like of,. the day, with them A ' produce raised on the "Com. I NYWHERE AT ANY TIME munity Farm." I Little Jean Dorgan, who re- PHONE: MAIN 15,2 The money would all be depos- l cently had an operation on her -z =----==- ,ted in our local bank and Woud i throat, is improving nicely draw 4 per cent, interest until a Mrs. O. June was a Seattle suitable farfn could be secured, caller Tuesday SPEC:..ZTIES: ,JoY ]{IDING "AbLD THEATRE PARTIES A board of directors would be Mr. and Mrs. Dorgan and chiI- formed and have the manage, dre,, motored to Seattle Tuesday ,,H. [,  | N il mentot the farm. afternoon . PAST-TIME POOL HAbL ISSA A trnck would carry one quart I Mrs. h. Lindstrom entertained., ........ - I