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PAGE XWO THE ISSAQUAH PR ---OFFICIAL PAPER FOR THE TOWN OF ISSAQUAH-- Published Every Thursday at ISSAQUAH, KING COUNTY, WASHINGTON Subscription Rates: One Year, in advance .................................................... $1.50 Six Months, " . ................................................... 1.00 Three Months, " ..................................................... 75 Entered as second-class matter on October 27, 1916, at the post- office at Issaquah, King County, Washington, under the Act of March 3, 1879. : i M. "A. BOYDEN .................................................. Editor-Publisher A SANE INFLATION Senator Pittman of Nevada gained an audience witk President Roosevelt Tuesday and suggested tlie mints be opened for the coinage of silver in a manner to permit the miner to take THE ISBAQUAH PRESS, ISSAQUAH, KING CO., WASHINGTON only at the rate of $1 a month, would provide a fund of $50,000 a month ]to the union. As a matter of fact, the l assessements would range more near- ly around $3 a month, $150,000 a month, or $1,800,000 a year for Ford employes alone.__._ . .......... More Preston Indorses (Continued from first page) the regular and usual" ten mills. In- asmuch as this sum has always been }voted and always wisely used we go Ion record as favoring the passage of both five mill levies: That out" schools must not suffez further. Wc favor lower cost in gov- ernment, however, we do not favor curtailment at the expense of our children : That expenditures for roads have rapidly increased during the pastl three years while our school budget for educational purposes has been lowered over 2091 : That out" children's future must his metal to the mint, have it coined and have it back in circulation. There oughly understood that this "begin- be protected. BANGERS PREPARE FARM FINANCE BOOg Tells Bankers and Farmers What to Consider in Making Sound Loans A book on "Making Farm Invest- ments Safe" has been prepared by the Agricultural Commission of the American Ba~kers Association, sum- marizing material published by it dur- ing the past ten years. It presents a compendium of scientific facts, prac- tice and experience in farming, with timely and helpful suggestions to serve as a reference and guide in the daily routine of banking and farming. From it practical workers in these fields can obtain an idea as to what extent and in what manner farn. loans should be limited by soil erosion, weeds, plant diseases, rodents and fire hazards, etc. The book also indicates how much is added to the security Of a farm loan by the farmer who keeps accounts and practices good business methods, as THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, the New From Reynolds Coal Mine We are now prepared to furnish all domestic sizes. 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O4mt]emen ~.- I enclo~ L..-..--- Piuee send me the three mqasbt~ cherJted with a y~s eubecslptl~a to your aswupapw. Street or LP~ .... Town ~ 8m~ | Greenwood Cemetery ha= single graves as low at $10 to $20, not perpetual care, but some care. Perpetual care graves, $25 to $50. Concrete markers furnished with each grave, free. Telephone Retnon 55 RENTON, WASH. we D@ OUR I~aT "sis Including MACHINE WORK I=. Cedarholm FRONT STREET COFFEE, Folger's ........ per lb. 28.:; 2 lbs. 55c SOAP, Liberty White, 10 bars for ................ 23c BAKING POWDER, Calumet, l-lb. can .... 25c BLUEING OR AMMONIA, 2 bottles for .... 15c SALMON, Pink, tall cans, 2 for .................... 23: MAYONNAISE MIXER and 1 PINT WESSON OIL, ALL FOR ................ 43a TUNA FISH, Breast o' Chicken, tin .............. 16c SALAD TIME, Nalley's, quarts .................... 28 OATS, Carnation, large package .................. 17 One-half block south of Highway Issaquah Issaquah, Washington Order for This Newspaper. iBmmmmmB MAKE UP YOUR OWN CLUBI CHOOSE I Magazine From Group "An 2 Magazines From Group "B" And THIS NEWSPAPER (1 Full Year) WHY PAY MORE? ON LY... n' " has been under wa the as well as the extent to which loans are .... is a suggestion the president may well mg , . . Y, , P safeguarded by crop rotation produc- heater. Try a load. ..... century anu has now oeveJopeo ~o a ' -- anor(l to neeO. . _ . , * , . , ~ Lion of legumes, Judicious use of eom- ............ p?lntthat t)roo.~s no mterzerence, merclai fertilizers, the use of quality ress ~na~ movement has been ~ap~u ou~ Just four months ago The P ' ' '" " '" Se,~tembeI', 1933 I seed and the providing of home grown Order Through Your Dealer proposed inflation of our currency by ing the last twenty-five years. ~ -- ~ .... I feeds. starting the government printing " " -- B Another section sets forth the pre- Br iis a A erican di ISSAQUAH GARDEN CLU nresses in makin~ ti'easur- notes tor French, t .h nd m p- I cautmns that should be exercised by I[ll~lt~ll~ |~t~ ~llb~ ~| .~ ' : ....~;..~ lomats are in conference in Paris this GIVES SUCCESSFUL SHOW both the banker and farmer when [~V|l~ II~ V~k, I~l ' lubricating the big industrml ........... ~, - *~,o ..~;,~.. F~-,~ +h;~ i-~;,-o;,~- week, upon which, we are told, hangs -- [ negotiating loans to Increase m in- William Randol h Hurst came out the fate of worhl disarmament. Mean- The newer snow neltt Dy t lisa- prove hairy proauctlon, or beef, sheep, . ;+h . .. .. P ...... ing, we presume, that part of the quah Garden Club in Odd Fellows't swine or poultry production, as well asc to coast oroaucast ~a~ w ............ "'da " ~" c'ti 'the ~ame "course world outside Russia, Germany, Italy, Hall Thursday of last week was a as hat factors should be considered .................................. urn y hove a ng ~" . *, . .- - I in the economic m-rketin~ -f ~-,,,~-~o.mmmmmmmmmmme =mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm His talk has literall'" "stir~ ed" the na oapan and a few other countries scat- very successzu~ a~air in every way.~ - o ~ ,, ...... " - ' unusuall lar e exhibit and the way efficiency in production tie --nd it shoal-' tered over the earth, totaling probably There was an " Y g [ "ect ....... ~k~ =~JF~. ~r~[~ ~t ~ ~ . u. s an s emcleney In mar~etmg ~any ~'~,4~ MFVm~a ~b#Vdra&4& four fifths of the world population of some unusually large fall flower ~ ........ " ' " " ., Iother everynay aetallS Of zarm life ua~rr~ ~v One certain" accom, p'hshment of the[Wonder to just what extent we are that would do honor to any nower[, that have a ~ra_tn e ............... Ical flnancla! .~.~s~.... ........... R has n e he worki men ktddmg ourselves show Luncheon was served durmgl nee N A, it " u it d t "ng .I " ' . ] . ca are treated in the book. h par- ~ ~ 'ikII Alrll 1 the afternoon and was qu~te freely tlcular lm The American Federation has added[ --~" ............. I portant section deals with re t,, _rtstJHi.dL.Jtkg~J .............. [FORD AND THE NRA Ipatronized experience with farm leases and an oL---- ~ l,uvU,oou memoers tO ItS rOll, Slnce/ " I~ 1~[ I other with directed farm credit rhone ...---... the movement started, and are out From Detroit, where Henry Ford ~ I D " ismnllunlmnuml IImUalUlHRUUl for 500,006 more. William Green, is holding out, comes a report as to PAST MATRONS ENTERTA NE presid~ent of the Federation, says why he does so Ford does not want Mrs. Lester Harrington was hostess Old Belief Wrong I ----~ " '' ' " " ' Ito the Past Matron's Club of Century There Is an old belief that permit- Banks Make Beat Record in ~o.~.~a. ~.r~.n There is no room in the United his employes unionizes ............ .,~. ..... ,., ..... .... ~ " " i .... ICha ter at the home of her mother, ung a runera~ procession to pass over 14 1" t.: Loans Repayments I States for any other taper move- r~e expIa ns, tnrougn spokesmen, p " - - r ..... " " " " " ' ........... ! ................ e private grounos c eaten a right ol way I ~_ILMA~r ~nr~_E No a9 I n ment." that he believes his workers can use ~urs. w. ~. woos, ,Teen. essay, xn. and makes It a public road The be- Among the loans of $2 819 000 000 J'~ ... " .... ~.~ .. " ..... ......... lthe funds they would pay as dues in-!afternoon was spent sewing, ~OliOWea II~f ha~ n. b.ul.~ in law nnfl Its nr~n made by the Federal ~.'ove'rnn~nt I ~aeets every r rmay evenmg. HEALTHY "BEGINNING" l to a union to a better advantage than [by a delicious luncheon,ia--un--known~-Fune-rai"processlons'are through--the Rec-o-us-tr-uctio-n-Finance I Kinnune, N. G.; L. H. Smart, : We are usrprised at a remark by can union leaders. [ ~ not required to pay tolls to pass over Corporation, the highest percentage of ] ............. the Osservatore Romano, official pa-I Attention is called to the fact that[ GIVEN SURPRISE SHOWER toll roads.--Pathflnder Magazine. -repayments, official reports show, has ] GILMAN REBEKAH LODGE ] h e e an Re been made b, the banks indicatingI O O F Meets first and~ per of the Pope, Sunday, that in t el50,000 employes, ev n if assess d] Twenty members of Gilm - ~ " ' I .... ! _ _ / ..... ~ ........ ;~ a#;ooToo. ne the return of stability as the chief an- [ Wednesday of each month, at ...................................[DeKan '~uugc~uzp~,~cu.,~,,~ -,-0-, brln s I - : , . . Those who g sumhine Into the settling element of public fear has O F Hall Mar Kmnune []III~IUUUllUUUlIIlUlInllUUUlBBBBBBBBNBBBBBBN||BBB|BBBBBBBBBB~jSchnezder with a handkerch,e~nShO::: lives of others cannot keep It from, been lifted from them. 'Rub" Lindman ~ec ' [] i~Thursday night. The even g themselves.--Slr James M Barrle. The Reconstruction Finance Cor-o I Y ' Y" We Do All Kinds of Hauling Business Every Business Day Ill |s,-ent -la-in~ ~ames after which a ~ I .......... v " I .... [] |luncV was~" ~ enjoyed~' " ' r | fnrat]n nas autnonzeud ~ casH aavances, i ISSAQUAH VALLEY GRANG] -- between -- [ h " " ...... "~l Ily secure by sound collateral, to J ........... a I ~ DR D R HILLERY 11 0.~7s banks since It began operations [, o~l: meets seeo.na ann IOUl'~ Seattle and Coalfield, Issaquah, Hish Point, Preston, Monohon, ~[ BETHEL MISSION .......'~....--.. " .......... |t In February, 1932. and made actual IaY oz eacn montn, a p.m., i Elliott and Cedar Grove, and all way places i/ --'----- rJ~X~tutA~ ann ~UKL~:UD~ /I disbursements to them in the amount Hall W.V. Bradley, Master, ~1 Sunda7 school at 10:00. Preach- Office In Bank Building|l of $1,221,878,000. Of this amount, how. J L. else, Secy. | qw . .s A a ~]ingservice at II:00 a. m. and 8:00 ~ |[ ~wer, $545,073.000, or over 44 per cent, I .................... tGLL,~I2~IN ~241,~AJ2"JGu',21"J" .~0 [] IOOONllOn /r nonflrfeflrm I,fl In t E/ Young Peoples meeting at T:l~ Phonea: Office142 Residence1431 hae been repatd by the banks. Allother ...... "d | ioouquuII //allOPUIlflliUII UU,! illU, Hi Midweek meeting Wednesday mt .... eluses of borrowers combined have u.u. ~.~Lee~s every seeon -- -- " ~/8"00 p m ~- repaid about 16 per cent of their loans I urday nt Issaquah and every | I AUTO FREIGHT AND TP~NSFER I[ A, GALBRAITH, Pastor. ~]i_~_-~_-_:--: :- ~i:~i:_i:=:___ ~_]trT~:::d:Yw:tcoReedm~nd~.V~ict~ i Seattle Depot--Railroad Ave., Dearborn St. and Railroad Way Jl ~ DENTIST III D W HUME liP.; E. J. Lindan, Scribe. __m m| Venerable Immigrant Office Hours, 9 to 5, and]11 ~....," ...... i[ ~.-~.~.~-~.~..-~, ..~. ~ [] Leave Seattle 1:00 P M Onl- =] Probably the oldest immigrant to er- Sundays and evenings by ill nur I[ r e. sue, i r r amen the cole M Meets first Saturday m " rive In this count y g " Appointment J "-------- " I Leave lssaquah 6:00 A. M. /nial settlers was 3ohn Young (a name Phone 60; AppiI:d~t~ Wash. [I Cleanliness, Civility t month. Ernest J. Lindan, W .~ Telephone Main 394 Washed Sand and Gravel B] to offset his fame), born in the Island ....................... ]] Good Workmanship I/Thus. F. Drylie, Secy. ~[ of Burt, near I,ondonderry. He was ----~ t[ ~ I{--~ limHllellllllllllellllllllliillFnlinlllllllmlllillllij nlnety-five when he landed In Boston. l i ,ql-IOWl ,R RATI-Ig i/CENTURY CHAPTER Na. 66. " .eX.LXUItI~J~" mm,-,~ffi.~y ~ ' ..... " .......... ' 1 h _ _ .,~_,uzt~z ..... I I -- S. Meets second and fourt _ __ _..--,....--........ J. 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