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THURSDAY, AUGUST 3, 193;] ...... ...... im THE I$$AQUAH PRES~, |s A( UAH, KIN CO. WASHINGTON LOCAL AND PERSONAL has b~e, to the Atlantic Coast ,)n sial Oceola on Sunday. ]Edward Grimes Died business trip, also returned hmne lastl Mrs. Dell Alexson and daughters of o t -- - Dr. and Mrs. W. E. Gibson, J. It. week. IRocklin, California, arrived SaturdayIin 3poKane Yesterday Mr and Mrs Gee Duniond of Los for a visit at the home of her parents, , . -------- Gibson and Mrs. J. E. Carlson attend- " .... H Kinnune A neRvy blow fell upon Mr and Angeles made a surprise on Joe Au- Mr and Mrs C.. , .... " ed the funeral on Monday afternoon .... ~mrs. frank t, rimes and family yes- of Mrs. John Doxey, a foi'mer resid- dette and family Monday, enroute to Miss. Violet Kangas of Seattle was,terda.y throu-hg the death of their- son the nortlmrn part of tbe state. Mrs. the guest last Thursday of Mrs. C. E. and brother, Edward Elliott, in Spo- ent of Issaquah, who passed away a I)umond is Joe's mother. Kinnune. the family home in Seattle on Satur- kane, in his seventeenth year. Mrs. T. It. Lewis and infant daugh- Miss Rose Pinchetti returned to her "Chappie", as he was known to his day. ter, Laura Louise, came home from home in Coalfield Sunday, after via- family and familiar friends, had been Roy C. Jacobs of Spokane was a ithe Renton hospital Friday. Sting last week at the L. J. Harr~ visitin gat the home of his uncle and visitor of Rev. Anderson on Saturday. Miss Margaret Groves of Seattle is home. aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred J. Turn- Mrs. William Laniney and children a guest of Miss Audrey Bruce. Mr. and Mrs. Heater and son Don- bull, the past three weeks. Always returned to their home in Seattle lastI Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Lindman, Mr. lald were guests of Mr. and Mrs. It. week after spending several weeks on land Mrs. W. F. Donald and family lC. Brady Saturday evening. very active, and unaccustomed to the weather on the east side, he was over- Lake Sammamish. Mr. Lainey, wholattended the Old Timers' picnic heioI Mrs. Hans Pedersen and daughter come by the heat Wednesday of hlst ~'-- m'~~ Barbara were week end guests at the week. Friday his parents were call- W. L. Garner home. ed to his side, Mrs. Grimes.remaining PAGE THREE THE ISSAQUAH THEATRE lOc 8:00 P.M. 25c THURSDAY - FRIDAY - SATURDAY, AUGUST 3-4-5 "The Nuisance" (Lee Trmy) ALSO CALLED "NEVER GIVE A SUCKER A BREAK" NEWS -- "TOEI) IN A IIOI~E" (LAUREL AND HARDY" COMEI)Y --. PEP, VIM AND VIGOR (RADIO STARS) SUNDAY - MONDAY, AUGUST 0-7 "Storm At Daybreak" south 27 feet of their lot on whichI a two-story concrete building was to be erected at once. Report was made that the May Creek Coal company had cut an 18- ..................... foot vein of fine quality coal and Eba's Mutual Groceries heartily endorse the National Recovery Act, and ars operating under tha NRA code with shorter hours of labor and h|gher wages. This will not affect our policy of sellini the best foods at the lowest prices, You will continue to save when you see Mutual first ............... WE O0 OUR PART Last Chance To Buy Flour At These Prices ---For at midnight of August 7th, tbe government tax on flour will become effective and will immediately raise all flour prices $1,371,~ a barrel. You have until Monday night to buy tax-free flour. So buy all you can afford and buy it NOW! And get enough to last you a long time, for this is positively your last chance to buy flour at these prices ................. Buy flour immediately and save yourself $I.37~I a barrel! PRICES EFFECTIVE FOR FRI.-SAT.-MON., AUGUST 4, 5 AND 7. Vallamont PEANUT BUTTER I n. 2-lb. Glass Jar .................................................... | Diplomat PINEAPPLE Broken Sliced, 2 large 2 Cans ...... Jay-Tee CATSUP 14-Oz. Bottle ................ ..................................... Van Camp's PORK AND BEANS Per Can .............................................................. Shredded COCOANUT Per lb ................................................................. Dainty Bits GRAPEFRUIT Tree Ripened, No. 2 Can ................................ :... " Old English GELATINE Many Flavors, 3 pkgs ....................................... 1 0 Fels Naptha SOAP The Golden Bar, each ........................................ FISHER'S BLEND 49-1b. bag ............ $1.69 24-1b. bag ............... 89c Per bbl ................. $6.69 MARTIN'S FLOUR Destiny Blend -- Every sack guaranteed. 49-1b. bag ............ "$1.19 24-1b. bag ................ 65c J Entire WHEAT Flour 9-lb. bag ................ 29c MARTIN'S FARINA For a deliciousbreakfast cereal 9-lb. bag .................. 39c GRAHAM FLOUR Coarse or fine 9-lb. bag ................ 29c PANCAKE FLOUR Martin's Rready Mix 9-lb. bag ................ ,59c can Eba's Special COFFEE A Superior Blend, l-lb. Bag ii i Carnation MILK 4 Tall Cans ....................................... I Dunbar SHRIMP 2 No. 1 Cans ....................................................... Anglo CORNED BEEF Per Can .............................................................. II I Libby's DEVILED MEAT 3 Cans for ............................................................ | i ! Babbitt'. CLEANSER 3 Cans for ............................................................ I I I I Leslie's Free-Running SALT 24-0z. Pkg ........................................................... work on the Seattle & Issaquah elec- tric road had been pushd to within a few rods of the shaft. P. J. Smith and J. W. Finney had i been injured in an accident on the Rent0n road, the horse they were driving having been frightened by an auto. Both were thrown from the buggy and injured, Mr. Finney ha~- ing had two ribs broken and other- wise injured. 0 I PEOPLE'S EXCHANGE ? 0 PEELED FIR PILING--Wanted at once. K. &. K. Timber Co., Everett, Washington. State Farm Mutual Auto Insurance State Farm Life Insurance Legal Reserve Insurance Available to any one at Low Cost Phone 6-F-2 C.W. Peters, Agent FOR RENT--After August 1. Low- er story of Odd Fellows Hall. A large mercantile room in choice location. See Dr. Gibson, Issaquah. ALL TYPES Tested Free Radio Sets Repaired GUARANTEED WORK CALL 293 WllfontJs ISSAQUAH, PRESTON and HIGH POINT, to SEATTLE One Way R. Trip lssaquah ................. 75 1.25 Hich Point ............ 1.00 1.$0 Preston .................. 1.05 1.55 (All Round Trips Bear 90-Day Lim~). LEAVE I$SAQUAH 8510 ~ m. 3:$0 p. m. o Extra Sundays, HolMays, 8510 p. In. LEAVE SEATTLE 9530 a.m. 5515 p. m. Extra Sundays and Holidays, I0 p. m. EXPRESS (minimum) 25c North Bend Stage Line ------ BEAUTY ----- -SHOPPE SPECIALS- Shampoo and Marcel ........75c Shampoo and Fingerwave .... 7Sc Facial ..........75c Wet Wave ........ 25c Henna Pack ...... 1.00 ------ HOME - BEAUTY SHOPPE- O HIGH SPEED TYPE 4.75-19 ........ $8.40 5.15-18 ........ 10.OO 5.5t}-17 ....... 10.95 5.~-19 ...... 11.5o 6.00-17 ........ 12.45 6.oo-18 ........ 12.70 6.oo-la HD.. 15.10 6.00-19 IID.. 15.60 6~o-la HD. 17.40 6.50-19 IID.. 17.9o Every Fiber--Every Cord--Every Ply In Every F;restone Tire Is BLOWOUT PROTECTED B~RFORMANCE COUNTSI Firestone lligh Speed G:,m-Dipped Tires hold all world records on re d and track for Safety, Speed, Mileage and l~ndurance.They are first choice of race drivers--men who will not take chances or ris], their lives on any other tire. Firestone Tires are the only t~ m~mde with high stretch cords and the Extra Proeeu of GUM-DIPPING which gives 58~ longer flexing life---GREATER SAFETY AND MORE BLOWOUT PROTECTION. We G;ve ] L;bersl Allowance for Your Wcm Tires To Apply on } New Firestone High Speed Tires 7.00-19 HD. 20.80 31 7.50-18 liD.. 29.90 I Protect your Safety hy equipping your ear 0thU Sizes P,09edi0n|~el tOW [ TODAY--Tire prices are still too low--Buy I ............ ] now hefore they advance again. THE NEW Ford ......... } * Chevrolet~ Is]p 1[0 4.50-21 ~ a.~ Ford ........ Chevrolet ~ rlymo'th( 7"55 SUPER OLDFIELD TYPE 4.75-19 , Equal to All First Line, Stand- Nash ...... Essex ........ ard Brand Tires in Quali.~/ s.00-~__.~0 Construction and Appear- St.d~b'~ Aub ..... ~ 10.15 once. Yet Sold at a Price That ~.~0.~ s Affords You Real Savings 0t,e,s~.s p;opo:tio.ll$1~Low Firestone Spark Plugs Save Gasol;ne Each in Sels g~e will test .your ~ Free 9L.DBELD Typ~ SSNTINEL TY~: CgURil~ TYpE F~---.-.... } Fo~a ........... ) $6.30 Ch...ao,,.S.,, ..... )I$C .... 6cl $ .45 6.70 ro.a .............. Chevrolet ...... I. Fod ....... PILvmo 'th.___f ,, 4~y~-19 / Plymo't! ........ ( 6.05Chevrolet_.__~ 3e68 Nash ...... 4.75-I 9 ~ 4.40-11 J ........... 6.70 ro __ .... ) Buick ........ $.00.~0 ) .... r 4.S5 ...... 8.10 a.i k ............ Cl~evrolet ..... I 4.50-11 J Roeknes.25.18 ....... Ford ............ J I~ ..A ~--"~"---~" Studeb'r ....... ~ ~ ltockne.----v-,-I Chovlrolot .... '~ S.S0-1S 7.---- S~S-tS J Plxmo'th .... , 4.65 Other Sial Pr~oftionlleiy LOW ' Ot~t Sial Pr~oo~ilo~tte;y LOW 4,75-~9 D ependabh Ftrestone lal#ede ~ISee Firestone Cum-Dlpp0d Tire~ mod~ in the Flr~ton~ Faeto~T~- and Exhibitlou Btdldin[ st "A Century of Prog~en" Chl~qto,J~P" "YOU WILL LIKE THE CLAREMONT" FOURTH AT VIRGINIA SEATTLE, WASHINGTON Low Weekly and Monthly Rates Daily with batlt--beginning at $1.50 single, $2.00 double Daily without bath--beginning at $1.00 single, $1.50 double Apartment suites with full hotel service, daily-- beginning at $2.50 for one person, $3.00 for two persons Seattle's Finest Downtown APartment Hotel ONE BLOCK TO STAGE DEPOT Close to the Shopping Centers and Theatres Everett's ICE Delivery ISSAQUAH 342 We Deliver RETAIL ICE STATION Entrance Issaquah Park Hours 7 a. m. to 8 p. m. pleted and Mr. Reynolds thought helTom Lee home. D W HUME J would have the plant operating with-I ...... ...... " " " I / mr. and ivn's. ~(t usson were ~eaz- BARBS~ ~..,~,~ , In a month. [tle shoppers on Tuesday. r, ~nur [ A mining engineer had arrived and/ ....... ~ I . . / uscav ~o(tersl, rom returned noble ,~L...--I: ~, .,.. , was laying out tne route for a spur| . " . ~ae~llJtness~ ~iVilli;y ! to connect the Supermr rome with the[ .......... G od Workmanship i . . Frtday from Pullman, after spending o " .. .-, ~.., /a iew days there, lie 1S tntenulng 1.o ~ I ~. r. rmuway. II enter college next fa . Announcement was made that the] SHOWER BATHS ] Sunset Tele"hone com~an- ~'a" in | Mr. and Mrs. A1 Sundquist and ------- I ..... v, v y , u .'~chihlren spent the w'eek end at the FR ................ I scatted six ~elepnones in town, with~.~ ~ ~ ". ........ U~-~[ ~l., I~AQUAIt I . . , - . t~en ~UI/(IqUlSl~ noble 111~e%LLle. severaI more to go in atong the roauI ................... _t to Fall City. t - .................................................... The local Knights of Pythias hadI agreed to sell to W. W. Sylvester the/ T~E CLAREMO~T YESTERDAYStthelast" Mrs. Grimes was accompanied (Kay Francis, Ntis Asther, Walt thlston, Philip Hohnes, E. Pallette) home yesterday by the Turnbull faro- "Out' Gaul" -- "I LOVE A NEWS "FREEW tIEELING" ....~ l h IN ISSAQUAH Sly, the remains coming in over the ,t '~ " PARADE" (Radio Stars ~ ,~ .Milwaukee railroad. Funral services ('~)'~: '" ~,,:.~,~ The Issaquah Independent of July[wil1 be held tomorrow, Friday, a~ ~ ~ 16, twenty-four years ago, reported 2 30 at Fisher's chapel " ....' " a beautiful and impressive ceremony l I-f...... t uf I-IillM~I~ .... + .... I~.........~.=~--~-L~.~- to have taken place at the Cathol,cI ............................... I HIGH POINT [ The Missos Ruth and Helen Hed- church when a class of forty-seven' MEETIN I)er~r of Seattle spent the week end ' G NOTICE ........... received the sacrament of First IIoly Tbe next meetin- of the Finmsh Mr and Mrs. John Ericks,m an(Itwith home folks here. Communion at High Mass t i " ~ I son Carl of Richhmd m'e st)ending a ~~ Nat onal Club will be at Flt'WOO(l " , ! Aboul seventy-five young peopte few days ~t the F d Olden hem( ~se ................................Park on Friday evening, August 11. t " ~ , ~ ,~ ~ '" .Iof t,,e Sanunamish Bible Camp spent i*~ ..................................... ] Mrs. Nels Lee and children of Se-i M(,v 'av aft(u'n(~on here, hiking to the r- The work of installing the washerlattle and Mr. and My,. Oscar Lee of ebl logging camp. ~";-~'-- , .... at Grand Ridge mine had been corn-[Blaine were week end visitors at the ~--y~ ....