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PAGE FOUR THE ISSAQUAH PRESS, ISSAQUAH, KING CO.,WASHINGTON THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 14 t i i t J ii ii t i , i i u i 5c ./ f' i i make him a present of an ear cut1 from the slain bull. This he nails up l for the admiration of his friends, asI English fox hunters nail up the! "brush" and "mask" of the fox. i ~yArthur er~$b~rlQ Ruled by a feeling a justice, Valen- !cia's bull fighters have decided tha!, (Continued from first page) l an unusually brave bull deserve, something, and to such a bull they ing and money is being spent, fgive a human ear, only it is a hunmn * * * !ear made of silver, not actually cut! "An eye for an eye and a tooth for~from the body of a man. I a tooth" is old, but "an ear for ant , I ear" is new. The news about iti Chicago sentenced a woman, Mrs.! Eleanor Jarman, "the bl(mde tigress"I PER YARD Mrs. C. J. Boyden Directly East of Playfield Phone Issaquah 385 P comes from Valencia, Spain, land st bull fighting. When a bull fighter does something it is customary to FOR IMMEDIATE CLEARANCE OF ALL OUR PATENT LEATHER SHOES These shoes comprise 112 pairs of Women's Pumps and One-Straps in High and Cuban Heels, with a few pairs in Low Heels. In order to assure immed- iate clearance, they have all been reduced to go at-- The run of sizes and widths are as follows: 3 13 14 t4 15 616 17 2% 8 1 1 3 5 5 2 1 1 1tt[313 31612 B [113]2t512 2[1 C 1 11516161514 2[Iil D 4 41213111414 3111 E II Ill I llll Fred Cusac "Qua.[ity Sho.s" and Leon Minneci, who assisted in ai :murder, to 199 years in prison. The, long term was given to prevent earlyi release on parole. One-thir" of the se,.tence must be served bcfo,e a )risoner (an oe paroled. In th's , ase tie blonde tigress would be 95 and Minneci 93 years old by that |,me. In Kansas City three young. .ell two of them 20 and the thir(l 2 : y~ ars old, robbed a department store and kidnapped four employes, three wo- ~en and a man, as hostages. In that, being in Missouri, they made a serious mistake. They were caught, and as they added kidnapping to rob- bery, under the laws of Missouri, i they are all in danger of capital pun- i ishment, the penalty tor kidnapping in that State. 0- 0 I Community Church I 0. 0 Sunday school meets at 10:00; morning service at 11:00. Evening service at 7:30, sermon topic, "What Is Your Name?" Choir practice Friday at 7:30; Teacher training class meets Thurs- day evenings at 7:30. All welcome. You get the community spirit at the Community Church. S. E. ANDERSON, Pastor. Sev. HIGH POINT and Mrs. A. Lindgren or SPECIALS FORFRIDAY AND SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 15TH - 16TH J COMPLETE AND OUR PRICES INVITE YOU. i .... ~ ~,,,w,mm, , , , ~m Io mm m~ I II I I MILLER'S CRISP KIND PER PKG ......................................... i i trim, TALL CANS --- FEDERAL PER CAN .......................................... H i WASSON'S ASSORTED FLAVORS PKGS. t tttit ~ t t Victory Brand -- A Complete Ration CANS I IIII I I I |1 I I PEACHES FOR CANNING NO. 1 YAKIMA ELBERTAS Seedless Grapes SWEET AND HEALTHFUL PER LB .................................... i i i ,i , | POTATOES EXCELLENT QUALITY LB. BAG i PEPPERS BEST QUALITY GREEN LBS. I I II IIIII I I I WHEAT HEARTS PKG. NEW HEALTH CEREAL WITH GERM ADDED II I I QT. JAR "EXCELLENT BRAND" j. B. LB. CAN 1 1 II 1 I II , Baker's Premium CHOCOLATE 21c For your freest baking -LB. BAR It i tt ] t tit t GRAPE NUTS PER Economical but good PKG. tt t SWANSDOWN PER Popular Cake Flour PKG. CUBE SUGAR .... , L~ IT S SAFETY SEALED Extra hard, clean, sanitary ...... , " Ctnelli's Imported Style PAS ES BEST QUALITY NOODLES, MACARONI; SPAGHETTI, ETC. LB. CAN THE WORLD'S FASTEST SELLING BRAND : Weslern News Features :" TI.. ImpoMng fraternity house of Sigma Alpha EpMIon, naltonnlcollegefraternlly at the University of ~l'nshhug- ton, IN one of /he out- standing chapter bourne ): "Hotel Edmond Menny, Just off' the University of ~'ashlngton ! campus, has gained country-wide attention because, as Rlpley ili!:ii::iiii:.ii!:.:ii::i!:ii:!:.:!:!i :!:.:#~i~?:" ",===================== ~yu: "' 'neneve It or not.' every iiiiiiiiiiii::?:i:iii~ii~ii::~i!:!i!::iiiii::ii::i::i:.i::iiii: i :(~.~i~:!i]i::::)::i::. :::i:i~!!~?~ii~ IS n eoronr room.H ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ::~::: :~:::~'. :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: y.:@ ::::~:: : iii:!iiii!ii!iiiiiiiiiliiiii:iiiii i=!ii~ dead. He did his Guy DI Julia, pmlq . . he wW~ After two weeks in "Aho~is" and two minutes without. : Washington etntf ~tall timber."./ Wnshlngtol~'s BOy 9rout Troop No. IS finds that Old College star " , - gel left quite an Impression in parts. J. ]E. Oatehell. IS one of the seoutnzamter, ~napp'ed tit* /Metur* on a remote beach of sport officials the 8an Janus. friends ate les'ion.. Kingsburg, California and~Mr.- and [Mrs. David Nelson of Puyallup were SUNDAY MORNING IS FOR CHURCH i dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Emil l Lovegren at their home Sunday. and Mr. and Mrs. Wood and family I Esther Frederickson of Hoquiaml were week end guests of Mr. and! THIS CERTAINLY MAKES IT TO PICK THE BEST Church time is sacred time. It is devotional, educational, inspirational and social. MORNING SERVICE AT 11.00 --- At 7:30 -- "WHAT IS YOUR NAME?" 5. E. ANDERSON, Pastor Mrs. O. Berglund. Mrs. S. Tallman entertained a number of ladies of the town with a quilting party at her home Thursaay afternoon. Mrs. R. Vaughn and family were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. N. Nel- son and family Sunday. Approximately twenty children are now attending the High Point grade school. Miss Lenea Pearson, former- ly of Vincent, is teaching. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Fosse were dinner hosts to Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hanson at their home Sunday. Mr. and M~s. Ed Olson and daugh- ter Edna of North Bend visited with friends here Saturday. POMONA AT MERIDi The next regular meeting: King County Pomona will be held Thursday, at Meridian Grange at 10:30 All subordinate lecturers tend this meeting. The ing Contest will be discussed~ schedule will be annoucned. "It Pays to Look Well" PAUL'S BARBER SHOP Special attention to Ladies' and Children's haircutting ,--o-- Shaving Material --o--- Sunset Highway, Iuaquah. ISSAQUAH 343 We Deliver RETAIL ICE Entrance I~aquah Hours 7 a. m. to 8 p. ! Everett's ICE PATHFINDER 4.40-21 4.50-21 5.00-19 $5.55 $6.30 $7.20 4.50-20 4.75-19 5.00-20 $6.00 $6.70 $7.45 Hepler Motor Co. Ford Sales and Service ISSAQUAH, WASHINGTON We Do All Kinds of Hauling Business Every Business --- butw~n -- Seattle and Coalfield, lssaquah, High Point, Proton, EUiortt and Cedar Grove, and all way places Issaquah Transp0rlation Co,, AUTO FREIGHT AND Ti~NSFEB ATTORNEY J. LAEL SIMMONS In Issa'quah Evenings - Saturdays Phone 593 Evenings Phone 43 Saturdays Seattle Depot---Railroad Ave., Dearborn St. and Railroad Leave Seattle ltO0 P. M. Only Leave lssaqush 6:00 A. M. Telephone Main 894 Washed Sand and Cemetery Greenwood Cemetery has single graves as low at $I0 to $20, not perpetual care, but some hare. Perpetual care graves, $25 to $60. Concrete markers furnished with each grave, free. Telephone Re|non 55 RENTON, WASH. Other Haulinl at Right Price Phone . 92