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PAGE FOUR MORE OVERSEAS CAPS (Continued from first page) nor in a comic valentine contest. Worn well f()t'ward on the head It ~ives the quainl effect ot a Swiss yo- dh.l. haluncinv, :~ ease of antique eggs --when :~hifted Lo the back of the head it brings ,ul the ears in a bad- relief normally ausociated with a brg wing lll(~nol)]ut](% Wol'll )veF one eye it--~ell, it doesn't make any dig ference It still is an overseas cal, of l)ry Cleaning", (lid not fully ex-tober 1 ISSAQUAH 342 We Deliver RETAIL ICE STATION Entrance Issaquah Park tt0urs 7 a. m. to 8 p m Everett's ICE Delivery THE ISSAQUAH PRESS, ISSAQUAH, KING CO., WASHINGTON "[press the wishes of Mr. Beacock. tiel Bush and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Miller. ( ass all his own work on tailor-aloe Ment,-on was made that I'rank .~. ~ ,~ ........... Mrs Sarah Webster was up from !suits, which range from $40 to $60. rmcner, 'well Known ~urmture ueal- ,*" . .. ....... el an-~ undertakel' had bream( a Seattle ws,tlng her daughters Mrs. [ liealso olier~a niceserviceon ' " ' u " ' ' , ! ': ' " ' I ............ J. W. Wilfong and Miss Luella Web- !ready-to-wear suits taking the cu, tbeneulct. A numoer o~ ms irlen(ls 1- . .. ' ' - " " " )on him an t "~ecm e(1 ster. PranK Day was up from tamer to the wholesale house and su- laa(l walteu ut ! ' ( ,' '*: " ' ' , ..... !Georgetown to attend council meet- Iperv sing the fitt ng of these gua~-!the usual tOIl on SUCh oct'asians.: ! . . I . , . ling. [anteed suits, paces $17.50 up. . , . ...................... A resolution hadpassed the coun-; ........... I [ I ' " ~ llllami..la "K nau pur(!nase(l trl( I'~ tell to call a vote of the people on the'~ , . -'-- r'menu proper~yon Front street to Ii 1 ~'~lpl~l~lnlar~Jr~A I [proposition of bonding the town for _ . , .......... erec~ a large up-to-oate blacksmith I [ ~.~.,aa ve vv~ I ! the installath)n of a municipal water; , . ~ ' .... ' , i m ~. u [ ' snap. A bnoqtmimle Ilre was re- [ | "~m~e~---I'~mT I i system the Gilman company having orted Reini Bros " i "" ~.e~aAa~.,L~;;;a y I . : p , g . De ng among ~ne liB [, announced thev wouht make no lm- .. ~ , ; i ~ " saIIerers,rroperty losses were be- Greenwood Cemetery has single I[Pi'ovements du[mg the year. itwen $15,000 and $20,000. The liB graves as low at $10 to $20, |] ....... " " ( i. st~)te railroad commission had issued i I not -'er'-etual care but some , t r ram tne ~ocats a rea(ler w)u a ' Ill v v , II ...... s~ "(W vei one in'an order to the N P Railway to pro- Ill care Perpetual care graves, I J Jt::gne w~::~at~::dia~)the bi- Y~laska [perly light the waiting room in Issa- I i $25 to $50. Concrete markers I ' ~ a - [ -uah wPh -~^-*-i-:*- II l I, f Yukon fan in Seattl Among t a l urnished with each grave, free. i l i l .' visitors from out-of-town were Mr. |ill Telephone Retnon 55 1'~ and Mrs. P. H. McOonahl and son! ~~ lib RENTON, WASH. [IWalter from Carbonado. Charlesi l~l~'lh~J[')l~l i McComb of Wilsonville, Nebraska,] -- .................. -'~ ............................. ~** ....... ~ Mrs. John Skoglund, who has spent THURSDAY, AUGUST 17, 1933 of the Northwest to the cactus of[ ays IN ISSAQU Calexieo, the natty but negligib~e[ e,s _______ skypiece of '17 will now surmountl the sun-tanned faces of Major Gen-[ eral Craig's "ttundred Thousand." ] Twenty-four years ago this week(rhad visited Mr. and Mrs. J. tI. Gib- CORRECTION ON AD IN announcement was made in the Is-[ son. [ saquah Independent that the contract * * * for the spur to connect the Superiori P. J. Smith had received notice oil THE PRESS LAST WEEK mine with the N P Railroad hadithe death of a brother, H. S. Smith,[ ad_[been let, at a cost of $;;0,000 to t.hewb had lived in Issaquah when tlw[ In our supplement of Renton company. They figured on an out- community consisted of the families Goodyear vertisements last week, the "Historvlput of 100 tons a (lay of coal by Oc-f Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Smith, Mr. and! JL blggl;~;al~]:th::the=ld All-Weather , Mr.'~. P. J. Smith. Mr. an(t Mrs, Ja.~. Pathfinder. It has the bigger Supertwlst Cord safety margin of FULL CEN- TER TRACTION -- bigger mileage from the 20 PER CENT THICKER TREAD -- stouter body of heat-resist- ing Supertwist Cord -- and other improvements that make it a still better buy than the 17,000,000 Path- finders that went before. Look at the All-Weather values, also I This great thor- oughbred --- the finest tire that money can buy--waves an alluring price tag. Whichever you want -- Pathfinder or All-Weather --remember this: More peo- ple are saving money with Goodyears than with any other kind. 4.40-21 $5.5~ 4.50-20 6.0~ 4.50-21 6.3 4.75-19 4.75-20 7.0(" 30x3 4.40-21 4.50-20 4.50-21 4.75-19 4.75-20 5.00-17 Sales Service a couple of months visiting in the East, returned home Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Lysene of Se- attle, Mrs. Anna Silene of Los .An- geles, and Mrs. S. L. Gates and Bea Louise Gates of New York, all form- er Preston residents, visited friends here Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Johnson and $7.20 7.60 7.90 8.40 8.65 8.55 children spent Sunday with relative~ in Seattle. Mrs. Antone Stillwell and children of Everett were visitors at the Art Specials for FRIDAY and SATURDAY, August 18th and 19th ] Holmes home last week. Rev. Henry Berglund and family of Bellingbam, who has been enjoying a vacation camping trip at Lake Sammamish, conducted services a; Right here---and now---is where the local church, Sunday. Issaquah Phone 412 Washington , ~_ __--~:~.---~ ...... [Notice of Hearing Final Report And HI{All POINT Petition for Distribution ~ No. 55,628 Patrolman Earl Henry and family flnthe Superior Court of the State [oi wasn]ng~on io~r ~ne ~oun~y oz of Fall C~ty have purchased a house Kmg. and some land here and moved in the l In the matter of the estate of first part of the week. Charles Miller, Deceased. and when real satisfaction is born OUR BIG STOCK HAS NEVER BEEN MORE ATTRACTIVE ---NOR OUR VALUES MORE INVITING ....... DO OUR P~d~T WE DO OUR I~M~T Blue Ribbon THE WORLD'S LARGEST SELLER 3 lb. can Blue MADE IN MILWAUKEE -- PINT BOTTLES FOR I MAKES LIGHT, FLUFFY BISCUITS SAVES TIME AND LABOR PER PKG. Fruits. Vegetables EASTERN WASHINGTON 3FOR 10c FIRM, RIPE LBS. w,s. o.ow 3 10c BEST QUALITY SUNKIST U. S. NO. SELECT '50 ::a- $1.O9 Qt. Jar BEST FOOD'S GOLD MEDAL--FOR EXCELLENT SALADS CINELLI'S PURE ITALIAN Pint EXTRA VIRGIN PLANTATION BLEND DEMONSTRATON SATURDAYI TRY A CUP OF THIS EXCELLENT BLEND VICTORY BRAND --- A COMPLETE FOOD FOR DOGS AND CATS CANS 19C BEST FOR JAMS OR JELLIES ~ Grape Nut FLAKES WITH CEREAL SPOON -- rELLO 19c7 LB. SAL CENTENNIAL'S FINEST FLOUR "--- ABSOLUTELY GUARANTEED | VAN CAMP'S MEDIUM SIZE Can JAY-TEE BRAND --- A BARGAIN PRICE Gust Sanders The entire community of Preston was shocked to learn of the sudden death of Gust Sanders of Upper Pre~- ton in an auto accident between Is- saquah and Grande Ridg mine Tues- day evening. Mr. Sanders, who ha~ been active in community affairs lo- cally, leaves a large number of i friends to grieve his passing. He ~s survived by his widow, Mrs. Lisa Sanders, who was quite severely in- jured in the same accident, also two i daughters, Anna and Elsa, and a i brother, Erik Sander, and family. Baldness and Wisdom "An erudite reader informs me that the bald men in Japan. who have formed a club to prove that baldness and wisdom go hand in hand, are not so advanced In their views as they probably imagine," writes Peter Sim- ple In the London Morning Post. "'Round about the year 400 A. D., he says, 'Syneslus wrote: "If a man Is wise, he is bald, and if he is not bald he Is not wise."'" Heraldic Figure A wlvern, figure in heraldry, Is a fabulous two-legged, winged creature like a cockatrice, but having the head of a dragon and without spurs. The word comes from a Middle English word, wlvere, meaning a serpent. f ATTORNEY J. LAEL SIMMONS In Issaquah Evenings - Saturdays Phone 593 Evenings Phone 43 Saturdays DR. WILLIAM HOLLAND DENTIST ~offiee Hours, 9 to 5, and Sundays and evenings by Appointment Phone 602 Issaquah, Wash. Harold Halvorson spent last week with his parents here bfore returning to Seattle to attend school. Tom Lee and Marguerite journey- ed to Brownsville, where they remain- ed for the week end with relatives. Carl Peterson and daughter, Mrs. Violet Lee, of Kirkland, spent Sun- day renewing old aequaintences here. They resided here about six years ago. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Holm and Mr. and Mrs. O. Homer were Seattle shop-; pers Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Hanson re- turned home last Monday, after a three week stay at Covenant Beach near Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. F. Elwell of Moun~ Vernon spent Monday at the home of i Mr. and Mrs. S. Tallman. They are l former residents of High Point. Mr. and Mrs. Nels Hjort and fam- ily journeyed to Seabold Saturday, where they spent the week end with relatives. Mrs. Albert Hogback and baby daughter returned home from Seattle on Tuesday. Roy Eriekson of Richland visited at the Ed Olson home here Saturday. Fencing iu History Fene.ing has been both a form of spore and a method of deadly combat through the centuries. A manuscript dated 1410 describes fencing as a sport In Germany in 1383. Undoubtedly It was fairly well establl~K1 by that time and thus its orlgK :lust have heen at least fifty years earlier. AVALON GROVE Under New Management Catering to Orderly Parties Clean Cabins for Rent Singles $1.00, Doubles $1.50 Mrs. E. W. Hart Notice is hereby given that F. D. McHugh, administrator of the e~tate of Charles Miller, deceased, has filed in the office of the Clerk of said Court his final report and petition for distribution, asking the Court to set- tle said report, distribute he property to the persons thereto entitled and to discharge said administrator; and that said report and petition will be heard on the 5th day of September, 1933, at 9:30 a. m., at the Court room of the Probate Department of laid Court. Dated this 6th day of July, 1938. Abe N. Olson, Clerk of said Court, 8-3-17 By~ordon, Deputy Standard Time ISSAQUAH, PRESTON and HIGH POINT, to SEATTLE One Way R. Trip issaquah ................. 75 1.2S High Point ............ 1.00 1.50 Preston .................. 1.0S i.SS (All Round Trips Bear 90-Day Limit) LEAVE ISSAQUAH 8:10 a.m. "12:20 noon 5:]$0 p.m. Extra Sundays, Holidays, 8:10 p. m. ! LEAVE SEATTLE 9:30 a.m. "1:35 p.m. S:15 p.m. Extra Sundays and Holidays, I0 p. m. *Daily except Sunday EXPRESS (minimum) 2Sc North Bend Stage Line D. W. HUME BARBER SHOP Cleanliness, Civility Good Workmanship SHOWER BATHS FRONT ST., ISSAQUAH DR. D. R. HILLERY PHYSICIAN mad SURGEON Office In Bank Building Phones: Office 142 Residence 143 SPECIALS THIS WEEK PURE RAW MILK AND CREAM Phone F244 MORNING DELIVERIES Issaquah Valley Dairy PURE HOME MADE LB. Hams oo.o Fresh Side Pork oo.o 10c 10c "It Pays to Look Well" PAUL'S BARBER SHOP Special attention to Ladies' and Children's haircutting ..u.O~.. Shaving Material Sunset Highway, Immquah. ,o .o 10C LITTLE PIG III LUNCHEON GOOD'VARIETY MEATS )l LT :, ] a,!l :t S' ;f h r :i l il 5 all , [I ub I ~Js e; [ rl t( 'il )1 S a~t r, u k! n il, )(r s he ;l t ( ;$ y )l e ;i ; .~( ,. ] ;} e q 71 a ] W~ L! Co sic s: )i s h a ?( e ?l n L( t,) Un i~, t I, ef (i [ 11 ~S IB ,d lh 1,1' ]h