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Get Your Winter's Wood Now Sixteen inch Slab Wood--- $3. Delivered in lssaquah $3.50 Delivered in Valley $2.50 Delivered in Preston Benson Mill Co. Leave orders at Benson Barber Shop CHOCKFUL OF RAISINS-- is our Raisin Bread that's bak,d fresh daily. Kiddies love it-- and it's good for 'era, too. Other bakery produ(ts of equal purity and wholesomeness are offered here every day in tempting .vat'- iety. All are of "home-made" quality--rriced to reduce your bakery bills. Issaquah Home Bakery ," '  "'l' sociatcd hnprovement Club of the 1 [Local and General South End will he held in Renton this evening at 8 o'clock. The Grange t_ J representatives will attend. Miss Zella Lewis of Bethel was a visitor at the Gee. Armstrong home during the past week. Grandma Puttman was also a guest part of the time. P. T. Wiltse, civil engineer in charge of paving here a couple of Years ago, was a visitor Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs.' Fred Lynch were guests of Mrs. Mary Sellers Sunday, l attending the Rodeo. Mr. Lynch is a member of the KOMO broadcasting station in Seattle Property owners of Shady Rest properties on Sammamish north shore, are installing a water system for use in their homes. Eino Hill and Paul Barlow are doing the work. Fred "Pa" Kennedy of the Uni- Versity school of journalism faculty and field manager of the Washing- ton Press Association, was a caller at The Press office Tuesday, enroute on a visit to offices over the mountain. Mrs. Clyde Darst gave a birth- day dinner Friday complimentary to Mr. Darst and George Armstrong, Whose anniversaries come on the same day. Mr. Martin Cammon left Friday for Seattle and Tacoma, where he Will spend a few days visiting. The regular meeting of the As- The local Odd Fellows' Lodge will install officers this evening and they are asking all members to attend. Refreshments will be served. Mr. Martin Bogden has ] i sot,re peaches this year that were ripe the Fourth of July. This is very unusual among the Western farmerz on account of the rain. THE ISSAQUAH PRESS, TItURSDAY, JULY 12, 1928 Stuart and Louise Woodside of Redmond are guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Finney at their summer home on Lake Sammamish. The R. N. A. held a business and social meeting at the home of Mrs. Remo Castagno Tuesday evening to complete arrangements for the bene- fit dan'ce they are giving in the Grange hall on the 21st. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Morris, Mrs. Geo Stonebridge Sr., Mrs. Je:;s Parsons, Mrs. Ed Taylor and daughter wer over to Bremerton yesterday to spend the day at the H. G. Ward home. Mrs. Jess Parsons and Mrs. Ed Taylor and daughter of Berley, Ida. ho, arrived the first of the week for a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Mot.- ris. Mrs. Parsons is a sister of Mr. Morris, this being the first time i,, 43 years that they had seen each other. party of fnur carloads includ. in Mr. and Mrs F. M. Fuller, Mr. and Mrs. Madux, Mr. and Mrs. Traey and Mr. and Mrs. Arones, returned Tuesday evening from an outing i the Queniult reservation, going by COOPERATIVE IN A. BIG DEAL AT GRANGE At a special meeting held by stockholders of the Grange Mercan- tile company Friday, it was decided to turn over their feed business to the Washington Co-operative Egg and Poultry Association. The Co-operative has been. doing t business in Issaquah district for some i time now, and have decided to put in t a warehouse here, and made a prop-] osition to the Grange, which was ac-] cepted at this meeting. The new / firm buys the entire stock of feed on/ hand, the large delivery truck, and takes a lease on the feed part of the warehouse. The chang'(, was made effdctive Monday and the warehouse is being petitioned off t'or exclusive use of the Co-operative. The Grange Mercantile wilL, of course, continue to handle all other lines that have been carried by then3 in the past. O Rev. G. S. Maness and son Nor- man went to Tacoma this morning. the latter to remain, lie will enter a violin making shop there. Most advice sehh)m gets any far- t/her in than the eardrum. Patronize Press Advertisers The part PEOPLE'S EXCHANGE way of Gray's Harbor. was out a week. Matt Yourglich was a Roslyn vis- raised itor over the fore part of the week. i We Carry in Stock a Full Line of Albers' and Sperry's Feeds Sperry's Scratch Sperry's Surelay Sperry's Surelive Sperry's Suregrow Sperry's Suremilk Alber's Premium Scratch Alber's Eggmaker Alber's Growing Scratch Alher's Growing Mash Alber's Milkflo At the Right Prices A. L. WOLD CO. Do You Really Know What ,1045 Will Buy ? -Your money's worth in an automobile. The most you can get for every dollar you pay. ThaWs what you want. That's what everyone wants. But do you really know how much your money will bhy ? At $1045, for example, you can get a big, handsome General Motors Six. One with a wheelbase 117 inches long. 212 cubic inches piston displacement. 81-lb. crank- shaft. G-M-R cylinder lkead. Bodies" by Fisher. Colorful . . luxuriously appointed and equipped. Deep-cush- ioned. Ruggedly construct- ed. Roomy and comfortable without sacrificing style. 4t  All for $1045 . . . in the All- American Six. That's what your money will buy in one car.. but in no other car of equal price ! 2-Door Sedan, $10t5; Landau Coupe, $1045; Sport Roadster, $1075 Phaeton, $1075; 4.Door Sedan. $1145; Cabriolet, $1155; Landau Sedan, $1265, New Series Pontiac Six, $745 to $875. All prices at factory. Check Oakland-Pontlac delivered prices- they include lowest hadlin& charge s. General Motors TimePayment Plan availabls at minimum rate. MOTOR SALES COMPANY Issaquah, Washington HOUSE TO RENT 4 rooms, hot water. Inquire, Bill Haglund. FOR SALEI red heifer, just fresh. Will consider trade for one year old heifer. J. P. Molds, north- west Pine Lake. FOR SALE Barred Rock and Rhode Island fryers, 2 pounds aml over. Milk fed. 25c a pound. John "00KLAND AE00MERICAN SIX PRODUGT OF GENIRAL MOTORg North Bend Stage Line Inc. Express and Passenger Service Third and Virginia St. Stage Terminal 308 Virginia Phone ELiot 1703 Lave lssaqu ah Leave Seattla To North Bend 8:05 A.M. 7:00 A.M. 8:05 A. M. 2:45 P.M. 11 A.M. 12:05 noon 7:15 P.M. 4:30 P.M. 5:35 P. M. Sundays & Holidays Sundays & Holidays Sundays & Holidays 8:45 A.M. 7:00 A.M. 8:05 A. M. 2:45 P.M. 11 A.M. 12:05 noon 7:15 P. M 4:30 P.M. 5:35 P. M, 10:00 P.M. 11:05 P. M. i ii i ii ii I Harris and Caroline Coal Companies' LU00IP COAL Summer rates--Caroline Lump Nut $7 Reduced rates to out-of-town orders SLAB END WOOD $5 G. E. Stonebridge Ranko. FOR RENT 5-room modern house, breakfast nook, garage. W. J. Wood. ROYAL ANNE Cherries The Issaquah Creamery is now ready to handle the Royal Anne cherries. TD, e price this year is six cents per 115., delivered at the Creamery. WE ARE paying top price fol your market hens, at our cannery on Lake Sammamish. Washington Poultry Products Co.. Redmond. in attendance at the regular meeting of the Grange Monday evening, with but little business on the docket. The offices of Ceres and Flora having been declared vacant at a previous meeting, were filled by the election of Eloise 'Mitchell as Ceres and Dora Knoernschild as Flora. The drill team having been in- vited to take part in contests to be ................................. hehl FOR RENT Three-room modern house, furnished. Mrs. B. Weaver. FOR SALE or RentIssaquah Hotel building, opposite Grand Cen- tral. See Thos. Gibson. RAGS WANTEDHepler Motor Co. will pay 10c a pound for clean white rags. MILK for sae by quar from all T. B. tested cows. Delivery night or morning. A. Sumsak. STANDARD OIL COMPANY OF CALIFOlkNIA m i i I i WITH THE GRANGE Third A comparatively small crowd was Liberty Loan Bonds this summer" at Everett and Puyallup, the ollowing committee was appointed to interview the team and decide as to whether they would take part: Mrs. Walter Jenson, Ethel Isotalo and Mike Lotto. In the report of the secretary, 203 members were reported in good standing. -o-- Patronize Press Advertisers o When you get through reading this page read all the advertisements The Treasury offers a new 3' per cent. 12-15 year Treasury bond in exchange for Third Liberty Loan Bonds. The new bonds will bear interest from July 15. 1928. Interest on Third Liberty Loan Bonds" surrendered for exchange will be paid in full to September 15. 1928. Holders should consult their banks at once for further de- tails cA this offering. Third Liberty Loan Bonds mature on September 15, 1928, and will cease to bear interest on that date. A. W. MELLON, Secretary of the Treasury. 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Bag of Salt ............................................................................. 17 3 lb. GhiradellisChocolate .............................................................. 98 Jello or Jell-Well, 3 pkgs. for ....................................................... 25 Salted Peanuts (Fresh Shipment) per lb: ..................................... 18 o FRESH VEGETABLES OF ALL KINDS o A large stock of Hardware, Dry Goods, Shoes and Rubbers 1:[. "Our Good Business Makes Our Business Good" u m =..= mm iJ m ---m m, )) |i u =__- mm u m m mi m _= il ===. Illilllllllll