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PAGE FOUR THE ISSAQUAH PRESS, ISSAQUAH, KING CO., WASHINGTON i I TItURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 21] MORE ABOUT KIWANIS (Continued from Page 1) lasts ruling, requiring ninety days" service overseas, Oscar was ineligible for hospitalization there• Through the Tacoma American Legion he was do- ing what he could to arrange for Os- car's remaining there. These four members occupied the full time and left whatever President Andy has to say to a future date. There w~ll be no noon meeting next Week, attendance being given for the Fellowship Dinner at Com- munity church Wednesday evening. "It Pays to Look Well" PAUL'S BARBER SHOP Special attention to Ladies' and Children's haircutting + 0- '0 I Community Church I 0. .0 "The Gospel In Song" is the ser- mon theme for Sunday at 11:00 ...... when the new "American Hymnal"I b Arthur Brisbane will be used• ---~--- Rally Day in Sunday School at (Continued from first page) 10:00 with promotion of classes, old age, m whtch men, as a clever French woman said, "look on at life " Christian Endeavor at 6:45, theino longer an important part of it. first meeting of the year• All young After the NRA has adjusted all FOR SALE--Round Oak heatt r other difficulties, it might turn iLs No. 14, ('heal) for cash. Arcla:e attention to cooking. At present, the Bennett American tdan of cooking w~getables[ ...................... Iboils all the valual)le mineral ~altsI FOR _S.ALE.--~. Good family cc,~ lout of them. The mineral salts are fresh. Rich milk. A.L. Wold Co. people invited. Evening service at 7:30, with a special program. Mrs. S. E. Anderson will give the message, as the pastor has extra duties at North Bend at this time. Pthrown away with excess water, the ~~ vegetables, lacking the most precious HIGH POINT ingredient, arc eaten. Oscar Soderstrom left Saturdayt The learned Professor Sherman for Pullman where he is to enroll :says keeping old men alive and elg- in the State College• He is an Issa- orous in old age is most important, because wisdom that comes with year, quah high school graduate of 1932. Shaving Material Silver Weddi., S.rpri.e i --o~ Several of their friends of High Sunset Highway, Issaquah.Point and Preston surprised Mr. and ~ Mrs. John Halverson Monday eve- ....................................... ning with a sociable given them be- cause of their silver wedding anm- --''" "-'~II~|]-| r~LJlLI~ versary. A beautiful silver gift was [" IVI~}I| IU[iII~UIt°giVenall'them and refreshments served n ~ I Mr. and Mrs. Phil Lundberg of Se- mi attle spent the week-end with the Pete ~1 U Pearson family here. PER YARD Mr. and Mrs. Nels Nelson*. and !family visited at the Erik Nyberg IVirSs Us J, ~uyu~fl Harmon Buzzard of Harper visit- U.._ A I I~_. J_._ home Sunday afternoon• Directly East of Playfield ed with friends here Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Sundquist of Se- Phone Issaquah 385 attle spent Sunday at the A. Sund- COMMUNITY CHURCH will thereafter be active, instead of slowly dying away• The new diet will realize Plato's ideal of "an in- tellectual aristocracy," in which "philosophers will be kings, and kings will be philosophers." quist home. Move to Wenatchee Mr. and Mrs. Follette and family left Tuesday for Wenatchee where they have found employment. They have leased the Sparkling BrooJk Ser- vice station to Mr. Warren of Seat- tle. Mr. and Mrs. Joe tIanson and O. Berglund spent Sunday in Seattle with Mr. and Mrs. M. IIanson, who are former High Point residents• Mr. and Mrs. A. Carlson and Ar- thur visited with friends in Bellevue Tuesday. Pastor A. Galbraith of Issaquah conducted a meeting at the local church Tuesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. V. Holm, Mr. and Mrs. J. Halverson and Mrs. E. Love- gren were supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fosse at their home here Sun- day evening. RATES Minimum charge, 25 cents, t'er line, estimated six words to the line, 10 cents. Three insertions for the price of two. FOR SALE--Choice, medium size( shrubs, only l0 and 20 cents• Mrs, C. J. Boyden. ]~:OR SALE--Golden Bantam corn, cabbage, spring fryecs and other farm things. Mrs. George Webster, I_ss_?quah rfd, box 99. ......... PIGS--For sale. M. R. Martin, on E. J. Anderson Farm. ']lig Trad GUM-DIPPED TIRES DOUBLE SAVINGS for Car Owners who buy Prices are going up.-Don't Delay---Equip your ear and SAVE. i!? iii i ii1, iiii ii i SPECIALS FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 22 AND 23 PRICES ARE --AT ALL TIMES AND THAT'S WHY YOU GET THE BEST w~eo.~ FOR LESS AT THE MONEY SAVERS wamemmm~, GUARANTEED FRESH CREAMERY MEDIUM MILD FULL FLAVORED You'll like this kind SWIFT'S SILVER LEAF NONE BETTER PER LB. PER LB. LB. PKG. Fruits- VeCsetables PER Corn GENUINE GOLDEN BANTAM I PER 4 ml I/© MED. SIZE --- SUNKIST ~-- II I I II I I I pes 17c --- CONCORDS---Make Your Joll~ Now --- A CARNATION, ALBER'S FULL FLAVORED, QUICK COOKING OAT FROM WESTERN FIELDS. I h I I I I I I I LARGE PKG. "THE POPULAR WHITE NAPHTHA BAR" PER BAR MONEY SAVERS LB. CAN QUALITY GUARANTEED TO PLEASE *' i ii II PER 15C I ECONOMICAL BUT GOOD I I I CERT0 ,,s, ,o. PER 22c OR JELLY BOTTLE II 3 10c ............. ~HOCOLATE CANDY BARS I II TALL MILK Nalley's MAYONNAISE "IF IT'S NALLEY'$ IT'S GOOD" III II I • I I IIII II I I .PEANUT SUNNY JIM--EXCELLENT QUALITY. PINT LB. JAR For Rent F~OR-RENT--Lower story of Odd FelloWs Hall. A large mercantileI room in choice location. See DoctorI Gibs0n, Issaquah. ............... [ Wanted HIGH School girl wants home and ff small compensation for work after II YHI MASTERPIECE school hours. This office. Notice of Special School District ]Firestone Tires are built with high Election Notice is hereby given that a spe- 4retch Gum-Dipped Cords. Every cotton fiber in every cord in every cial meeting of the legal school elect- p/¥ is saturated and coated with ors of School District No. 212, ot pure rubber. This extra Firestone King County, ~Washington, will be proce~ gives you 58% greater pro- held at the School Cafeteria, Issa-teetlon against blowouts. quah, in said district on the 26th day of September, 1933, beginning at the hour of 8:00 o'clock a. m. of said day, for the purpose of determining if a levy of five mills be made to raise $5,877.00 to furnish transportation; and if a levy of five mills be made to raise $5,877.00 to retire outstanding warrants• Polls close at 8:00 p. m. By order of the Board of Directors. Dated this 8th day of September, 1933. (Signed) Olive Bayh, School Dis- trict Clerk. Notice of Special School District Election Notice is hereby given that a spe cial election of the legal school elec- tors of School District No. 90, King County, Washington, will be held a, the schoolhouse in said district, on the 26th day of September, 1933, be- ginning at the hour of 8 a. m. of said for the purpose of authorizing becial levy of 10 mills to raise re, oral school purposes, $501.59. Polls close at 8 o'clock p. m. By order of the Board of Directors. Dated this 9th day of September, 1933. (Signed) Elmer O. Carlson, Clerk. 9-14-21 IN THE SUPERIOR COURT, KING COUNTY, WASHINGTON The City Mortgage Company, a Corporation, etc., Plaintiff, vs. Hans U levog and Samuel Inch, Defendants• SUMMONS. No. 264951 The State of Washington to the said Hans Ulevog, defendant: You are hereby summoned to appear with- in sixty (60) days after the date of the first publication of this summons, to wit: within sixty (60) days after the thirty-first day of August, 1933,1 and defend the above entitled action] in the above entitled court, and I answer the complaint of the plaintiff, and serve a copy of your answer up- on the undersigned attorney for ] plaintiff, at his office below stated;I and in case of your failure so to do, I judgment will be rendered againstI you according to the demand of the] complaint, which has been filed with the clerk of said court. In this ac- tion the plaintiff seeks to recover a judgment against the defendant in the sum of $275.00, with interest or, same at 8% from February 2nd, 1933, and $.100.00 attorney's fees, upon a prommsory note and the fore- closure of a chattel mortgage given to secure the same, and that the said chattel property be sold to satisfy such judgment, and that a receivex for the same has been appointed. H. E. Foster, Attorne~ fbr Plaintiff. P. O. Address 209 Llppy Building, Seattle King County Washington. Date of first publication: Augus¢ 31, 1933. 8-31 10-5 NOTICE of SALE of STATE LANDS Notice is hereby given, that on Tuesday, the 3rd day of October, 1933, commencing at ten o'clock In the forenoon of said day, in front of the main entrance door to the County Court House in the city oI Seattle, county of King, State el Washington, by the County Auditor of said county, the following de- scribed state lands, together with the Here is how you DOUBLE SAVING! you will get a liberal ance /or your old second, you will save amount of the next increase which must soon. It will be a Ion our opinion before you be aide to make such a saving again. Don't risk your life worn, smooth-tread when wewill give you a trade-in allowance to apply~ new Firestone Tires --- the Sa the [Vorld. The NEW SUPER OI.DFI£1.D TYPE Built to equal an filet standard brand th-es in construction and appeamneet lower in price--another saving fur Othet Sizes P~oomtionahd, k . .~on¢ SENTINE1 TYPE Ford ........... Ford .............. } Ford 1 (~t~rrolet ...... Chev~o|et .... F ~ 6~ .............. 4,50-21 4.50-21 ) ~... .. 30x3~ CheVrolet--.- Fold ............. Ford- .....) ~yn~o 'th ..... Chevrolet .... 4•7 5-19 Plymo "th .... Chevrolet .... 4.75-19 4.40-21 J Nsmh ....... } Noah ........ ) .............. F 6 70 ) • 5.00-20 ~ ChevroletF°rd ....... .... --( Fold ...... 4.S0-tl ] Roelkn • -.--- -- I 'old ........... 5,25-18 Nuh ........ Ford------ .... Auburn ...... } Plymouth Chevrolet .... ( Studeb'r ...... ~ @.O0 aoek ......... $.$0-1~ 5.~5-1S Plymo'th.... t 4.6! Otis' SL~'--""'~'It PropmttOflstM, LOW Other Sills P~opmtionahdy LOW 4.75-19 SPARK PLUGS We ~ g~t yo~ Sport. Pluss FREE BATTERIES FJF~ fat any ey Battary FREB. S~ Fir~ton~ Gum-Dipped Tir~ made in th~ Flresto,~ Factory mtd ~Mb~on BuildS-d8 at "A Century of/~o~, the sale the full amount of the ap- praised value of the improvements, as above stated. One-tenth of the.pux- chase price must be paid annually thereafter with interest on all de- ferred payments at the rate of six per cent per annum: Provided, That any purchaser may make full pay- ment of principal, interest and sta. utory fees at any time and obtain deed. The purchaser of land contain- ing timber or other valuable materials is prohibited by law from cutting or removing any such timber or materi- als without first obtaining consent of improvements situated thereon, will the Commissioner of Public Lands, be sold at public sutton to the high- until the full amount of the purcbas~ eat bidder therefor, to-wit: price has been paid and deed issued. NOTEINo one except citizens el All sales of state lands are made the United States, or persons who subject to the reservations of oils, have declared their inl~ention to be- gases, coal, ores, minerals and fossils i come such, can purchase state lands, of every name, kind and description, Application No. 14378. and to the additional terms and con- NE% of NW% of section 15, ditions prescribed in section 3 of township 23 north, range 8 east, W. chapter 256 of the Laws of 1907. M., containing 40 acres, more or less, Said land will be sold subject to according to the government survey the terms, condtions and reservations thereof, appraised at $1,050.00. Im- of chapter 312 of the Session Laws appraised at $2,024.00. of 1927, relating to easements for Improvements to the amount of rights-of-way and the carrying of ;150.00, belong to the state, timber, stone, minera/s and other (Subject to an easement for right products over the same. of way for county road, heretofore A.C. MARTIN, granted to King County.) Commissioner of Public Lands. Improvements belonging to the 8-31 9-2fi state must be paid for in cash on the day of sale. Said lands will be sold for not less than the appraised value above stat- ed and upon the terms and conditions following: Not less than one-tenth of the pur- chase price must be paid at the time of sale. The purchaser, if he be not the owner of the improvementI, mum; forthwith pay to the officer ruskin@ Notice of Hearinl Final Re Petition for No. 53700 In the Superior Court of of Washington for the C King, in Probate. In the matter of the estate Brody, Deceased. Notice is hereby given Miluch, administrator of the of Jack Brody, deceased, has the office of the Clerk of his final report tribution, asking said report, distribute the to the persons thereto discharge said administrator; said report and petition will be on the 3rd flay of November, at 9:30 a. m., at the Court R0 the Probate Department of Court. Dated this 13th day of 1933. Abe N. Olson, Clerk of said By H. C. Gordon, Deputy. Elder & Nievinski, Att0rnl Administrator, 705 Dexter Building, Seattle, Washington, Really "Brow-Study" The word "brown" in the '~n a brown study," Is a "brow-study." F. A. FISHER, FUNERAL DIRECTOR FULL LINE of UNDERTAKING SUPPLIES Our most considerate attention Is at your disposal at all tlme~ Calls answered day or night ISSAQUAH, WASH.