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PAGE FOUR THE ISSAQUAH PRESS, I$SAQUAH, KiNG CO., WASHINGTON I * * ........ .ii|i i* i I THURSDAY, AUGUST 24, 1933 ........... 'Preston, came ui ~rom California f(n} { r PRESTON visit with r(,latives hero and in ToltI ~J "7 ~ i l~J | ~: A J'~| ] A J-| [[ ' Mr. ond rs. Lad Fritzberg enter-t r Olson of tb's "tY l - / LARNMONT I tained a numbe' of Preston friend, I Mr,~ Art Ilolmes and children are ............. iI ' ~ " "- ~'i- thin-n q'h( Inde-endentT were reporceu in tad alstrlct, lnclu(l- i ] at the E Edwin," ho,ne ( n I qke S' n,- !visiting friends in Everett this week I ~ ne o g g ~ r' ~ ....... ' .. / ish 'l[~t W'idnc's(ta: e;enin~" in ........ Iof t~enty-four years ago this week!mE one at t~rana l~mge requmng uacl/ roam : ~.' ~ " " Y ~ : Mr. a,nd Mrs. I,evi I,ovegren recent-}was the o~enin" of the Grand Ridge]calling out of the entire force to cope]/ honor of Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Gates Iv retu'ned missionar ts fron (hina ,,,~;,, ~itl~' a f:r(e of 30 men A[with it. At North Bend the cem- / . (~ ..... and dau bt( ; Bea Louise of New! " '~ ....... ' ................ , , ~g : ..... ' ,. _., [condmqed a service at the lcallpicture of the bunker~ and washing!etery fences had been burned. Ill ~Ol'K, WhO VlSltell relatives In ~eat[le., , , ~ '1 ~ ~ . . . for a few weeks Mr Gates was f(n ! chin ch Stznday mm ninE. plant was run on the front page and I Mr. and Mrs. E. F,. Pwkermg, \ Pc- I / merly pr,nc,pal of the Preston sch,,ol.! - M~)RE PREMIUM ON HOGS ;'l:~tUh:d~'Lrt:d~SM;::']~:y tl,:;t tht:,: boc;~ ~il~h:~((l lR;ey ';:l,.k~:;:,; I~:l(! / ................ _--~ " ---- '.alteration, a compliment to Manager!myer's hot springs. '1 a, A '. lint cost All the rest will be tankediAndy Reynolds who had engineeredl John Sunderhauf had left for ~,l-;/ ~ " I l~.~'~.~'~lh#A~ Ils) as not to compete with the nmrket, llthe building, and the work of Peterlaska; Ehner Baxter, a guard at the!| lJ~~~O liThe cost ot the emergency progran}iRippe who had carried out the work. lpenitentiary at Walla Walla had been]/ .: I I -~ ~iilJ~ihla"~' liwill be repaid to.the treasury depart-t The legislature had assembled that:hme on a visit; part of the lumberll r l~J/ ~menttax toirmbe leviedreccq~tlatelt aonPrOcesSmgall hogs~ week. fm the third time u the year iBankWaS on the ground for the Issaquab !] H | p, ocesse I he big job before the legislators a,i _partment Hotel [ 11"61///.i" J~! [I~ parently being the impeachment of 0~01| Seattle s Finest Downtown Apartment Hotel | tl/~L"~l~fi~ ['11 ~_..~t-~..!,~.4,~ [IJ. It. Schively, state insurance corn- [ Community Church [il Ik [ i ufti u,==, wuuu I m ssioner 0 0,/ ONE BLOCK TO STAGE DEPOT I I I,I .._...Cemetery II The issue contained pictures of the[ Sunday. school, at 10 next. SundaylI Close to the Shopping Centers and Theatres I .f11%.~'~1~]~1 ~ [iII ......... J |!big fair in Seattle and items of Issa- morning, servxces at 11, with R. 1.1/ q ~M~lliisllll~ | ~ G~ Cemetery has single |iquah residents still taking it in. ]Case occupying the pulpit. [| Daily with bath--beginning at $1.50 single, $2.00 double | Daily without bath--beginning at $1.00 single, $1.50 double | I II graves as low at $10 to $20, I A full page was donated to theI Evening services at 8 in charge of ] Apartment suites with full hotel service, daily-- I me , IMP Benson s sect|on, and the talk by l .......... 4-"----"- 2 | all not perpetual care, but some I 'Ladies Aid in advertising a farce | beginning at $2.50 for one person, $3.00 for two persons I ] ,oo~z~,n o [ Ill care. Perpetual care graves, I [comedy to be put O11 by that organiza-!Mr. Case. Bring your guests. I Low Weekly and Monthly Rate, I [ ..... we ~e,sv%r ..... | !l $25 to $50. Concrete markers lit|on in Odd Fellows' hall in an at-I ~ / [ r.ntr~='~a~J?,e I~s%:, q:a~h?ark 11II f~d with each grave, free. I +tempt: to raise money to pay the. pa~ , How) to Read. [l "YOU WILL LIKE THE CLAREMONT" [ Hours 7 a m to Sp m 111 Telephone Retnon 55 I;tr's salary at that time $390 in ar-IRead not to c( ntradlct and confute; / ...... IIn -~--~'-"~-~-"-- ]]rears nor to believe and take for granted; l/ FOURTH AT VIRGINIA SEATTLE, WASHINGTON I I ['~ ICE Dehvery [ I WA~rL IIIII I A number of damaging forest fires ne~ tlafln%dc~anlkd:n!d~::ncU;:~bUtn to i[ .............................................................. ~ I Cow Venerated 'Speeialsf0rFR10,YandSATUROAY, August25thand26th! ANOTEER POPULAR FALLACY ]1 .- --IS THAT QUALITY 1S EXPENSIVE! YOU'LL SAY IT'S NOT--WHEN YOU'VE DEALT AT THIS STORE OF V~OOOU~m~T BETTER VALUES! ! ! ! ! .......... w~vooo~aamr i,,e Fruits - Vegetables FULL CREAM --- MEDIUM MILD PER LB ................................................... PURE CANE -- FINE GRANULATED (LIMIT) PURE CIDER --- IN BULK ----- BEST WASHINGTON GROWN :ra HALE'S BEST FROM YAKIMA -- crate . BONNIE BEST Per doz. 11 8C LOCAL SWEET CORN PINTS QUARTS IF IT'S HALLEY'S IT'S GOOD . I ROLLS THE PERFECT SANITARY TISSUE RESEARCH DIE A .D.S. FE LLOWSH I P ~cHCRARCELY IO PERCENT OF THE 1,2OO,OOO ISTI~,NS WHO ~,OE THE PILGRIMAGE TO ROME rOE EASTER OF HOLY YEAR 15~4~,LIVED TO RETURN TO THEIR HOMES,I~UBONIC PLAGUE STRUCK THEM DOWN. OHEDRINE ~E OF THE MOST VALUED OF THE ~*NEWER~ DP, UGS, WAS KNOWN AND USED AS. ATHERAPEUTIC HERB IN CIdlNA 5000 YEARS AGO Two thousand years before Christ the moon was identified in Egypt as the cow-headed goddess, Hathor, with the moon between her hornS. Hathor watched the fertility of the fields. The Nile was likened to a cow. Its fertilizing waters were likened to milk. Yearly at the beginning of the river's rise, the cow was paraded at the festival of Oslris.--Hoard's Dairy. [nan. Standard Time ISSAQUAH, PRESTON and HIGH POINT, to SEATTLE One Way R. Trip Issaquah ................. 75 | .9-5 High Point ............ 1.00 I.S0 Preston .................. 1.05 1.55 (All Round Trips Bear 90-Day Limit) LEAVE ISSAQUAH 8:10 a.m. "12:20 noon 3:50 p.m. Extra Sundays, .Holidays, S:10 p. m. PER GALLON .................................... LEAVE SEATTL~ ~i 9:30 a.m. "1:35 p.m. 5:15 p.m. '~ , "~- Extra Sundays and Holidays, 10 p. m, *Daily except Sunday EXPRESS (minimum) [North Bend Stage Line %.-W~-H-~E II E~.(e/ty) MAasH, II BARBER___SHOP I[ PINE ISLAND, MINMESOTA, II Cleanliness, Civility II CLAIMS TITLE 0F~WORLD'S II Good Workmanship J] BIGGEST DI~UGGIST~ II II WE,aHT-3~ POUNDS. ,--]1 SHOWE--R BATHS .0 1933, Amer~m Orugg,srs Syr~t~ate. New Yod~ 14. Y. FRONT ST., ISSAQUAH APPRECIATE PARTY -" Mrs. Anna Johnson and son Hans were happily surprised by a number of friends at Crystal Springs Tues- day. They wish to thank all who took part, especially Mrs. Tuomala. Buy---and save, in Issaquah. ATTORNEY , I J. LAEL SIMMONS In Issaquah Evenings-Saturdays Phone 593 Eve~i~ I Phone 4S Sattlrd.~ys .J in I I I I i PER DR. WILLIAM HOLLAND BAR DENTIST Office Hours, 9 to 5, and .... WHITE NAPHTHA SOAP Sundays and ever {n by l J | j Baker Candy Born 4FORI00 Appointment Phone 602 Issa~uah, Wash. I I MILK CHOCOLATES , ' ' J TO INTRODUCE OUR NEW I CAKE FLOUR PKG. i I PHYSICIAN and SURGEON I I lb. Pl,,rdat )n I @ra e Nut ,' 1 Office In ~a~ Buildizig Milk Dorkee a ,p,cea CAN5 t,ho .: m Residence 1,8 J QUALITY AT A PRICE ~1 I Cube Su~or FOR | EXTRA HARD ~ IN BULK ,,, MORNING DELIVERIES Issaquah Valley Dairy "It Pays to Look Well" PAUL'S BARBER SHOP lb. MILLED AND GUARANTEED BY CENTENNIAL MILLS Ill III I I I I IllllKillIll ~,-LB. PKG. GREEN ~2e )k-LB. PKG. BLACK age "TEA AT ITS'BEST" M. J. B, PRODUCT II II I I I nl I I II I I II PKGS. Special attention to Ladies' and Children s haircutting Shaving Material E FRUIT FLAVORED -- QUALITY GUARANTEED t111 i & [~---~] ~Sunset Highway, Ismtquah. Airplane Bombing Tim Air Corps News says that from all accounts the first use of an air- plane to drop bombs occurred in 1911 during the Italian campaign in Tripoli. The next use of the aerial bomb was by the Spanish forces I~ the Moroccan campaign. A German airplane used the first bombs In the World war in a raid on Paris August 30, 1914. ~[hat Pleases Them ~ome people are never satisfied un- tll they find something that makes them dissatisfied.--Los Angeles Times. AVALON GROVE Under New Management Catering to Orderly Parties Clean Cabins for Rent Singles $1.00, Doubles $1.50 Mrs. E. W. Hart Radio T1 ALL TYPES Tested Free Radio Sets Repaired GUARANTEED WORK CAI.L 293 SPECIALS THIS WEEK PURE HOME MADE ,. 10 POUND Pork ,o~.o 10 ,ou.o 10 LITTLE PIG ,-. 25 , GOOD VARIETY LUNCHEON MEATS .... ISC