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September 28, 1933

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URSDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1933 THE ISSAQUAH PRESS, ISSAQUAH, KING CO., WASHINGTOr# PAGE THREE i e ml - -- i I guests of the latter's brother, F. E. rr, LLUWt}IIIr Vl~l~ it Pays to Look Well" Mr. and Mrs. Bud Harper are UI:I l all/i UIl) I IMMI:D [Allyn, this week. Mr. and Mrs. Hat-I /'lrlli|||lllr?ll' I1/ ........ ,per who have been in charge th0 ucnumr.Ll ENJOYD I Greenwater Inn, will leave for Nome I ,UL'S BARBER SHOPI Alaska, next week. IOne Hundre-- Special attention to ~ * . d Thirty People Listen ,adies' and Children's Bor,--To Mr. and Mrs. G. Bernard to Masterly Address and Enjoy haircutting i Udd, Wednesday, Septentber 20th, aI Music; Good All-Round Program. girl * * * I -- -- ' Shaving Material Sunday for Burhngton where they lnity Church last evening, sponsored l Mr. and Mrs. Forrest E. Nix left]The Fellowship Dinner at Commu- Sunset Highway, Issaquah. will make thaw home. Mr. Nix has by the Kiwanians in connection with .~ employment there, the Church and Grange as a wet- come to the teachers of Issaquah schools, proved an enjoyable affair. At the close of the dinner George Clark gave a short welcome talk to the /teachers, with a response bY Supt. Mauriee J. Thomas. ton - - P4 LAST CHANCE TO cash & I Rabbi Sami Koch of the University Kiwanis Club gave the address. Sel- l ecting as his subject, "Democracy," the Rabbi said there was a time when Protestants, Catholics and Jews could not meet at fellowship dinners as were that night. Ite stated the origin of democracy was with Greec and traced it on down as it developed through the needs of civilization un- til we find today these United States as an exemplification of that spiri. One lesson we have learned through democracy that he considered of great importance is that we cannot succeed individually but must coop- erate for the success of commum. ties, which in turn, insure the suc- cess and progress of our nation. He concluded with a warm eulogy for the teachers of the country in the service they are rendering to the peo- T. A. Philp, Sunset Garage, ls- saquah, says local listeners depend upon the "Richfield Reporter" for last-minute news briefs. Claims an announcement of a new Richfield souvenir always sends new cus- tomers into his service station and Richfield quality brings them back. --Adv. Mr. and Mrs. Trandum, their son Walter and family, all of Seattle were guests of Mr. and Mrs. William Brooks on Sunday of last week. * $ $ Friends of Mrs. James Clark are congratulating her on winning first prize on a quilt she entered at the Puyallup Fair last week. ple. Mr. and Mrs. William Gill and Several violin selections were ren-'daughter; Miss Evelyn Holmes; Mrs, with I dered by Mrs. Paul Andonin, ' da Holmes, and Clarence Palm were piano accompaniment by her broth- Issaquah visitors Sunday. er, James Dew, and were very much appreciated by the big crowd present. Mrs. Nine Tjerne was brought home from the hospital yesterday. Her son, Gordon Tjerne of Stanwood and her brother, Ellis Smith of Se- attle, accompanied her. Mrs. Arthur Friend of Tacoma is visiting at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Kochevar. If what you fieed is for sale in Is- saquah--buy it here. Tall Stories "Canard" Is a French word meaning duck and the following story is told of the use of the word to mean fals, report. A flock of ducks ate one of its own number each day until only one duck was left. It was argued that it had eaten all of its companions. The story became common In Paris and when a marvelous tale was told a Frenchman would shrug his shoulders and say, "C'est un canard lh D. W. HUME BARBER SHOP Cleanliness, Civility Good Workmanship THE ISSAQUAH THEATRE ! Oc 25c Week Days 7:30 P. M. -- Sundays and Holidays 6:30 and 8130 P. M. Thursday, Friday and Saturday, September 28, 29, 30 "Horse Feathers" (The Four Marx Brothers) NEWS -- COMEDY -- CARTOON Sunday and Monday, October I, 2 "Over the Hill" (Mae Marsh) NEWS -- OUR GANG COMEDY October 1, 2--"Over the Hill." October 5, 6, 7---"State Fair." October 8~-'~ign of the Cross." October 9, lO---"Mama Loves Papa." October 12, 13, 14~-Farewell to Arms." October 15, 16- "Song of Songs." October 19, 20, 21m-"The Stranger's Return." October 22, 23--"This Day and Age." October 26, 27, 28--"An- other Language." October 29, 30--"Turn Back the Clock." November 2, 3, 4--"Her First ~ate." htovember 5, 6---"The Rebel." November 9, 10, 11---"Moonlight and Pretzels." Novem- ber 12, 13---"Beauty for Sale." Modern Slang Expression Honky tonk is lhe expression used to deseril)e a reslanrant wl~ieh has the characteristics of those of the Lime- house distriet of London. Tim expres- sion originated from the words given tO the type of music usually played In these phtces. The music Is Chinese and is characterized by deep drum heats used as bass for wailing mel- ody. If one stretches his haaginatlon he can almost hear in the drum heats tt~e words "honky tonk, honky tonk." The cafes were of the lower class, (lancing girls and opium being two of the attractions. The expression was used during the World war to describe Parisian dance halls of the lowest class. Angient Caravan Routes The caravan routes to tile eastward in the China trade were across Persia to Khurasan, Balkh, up the Oxus to the Plains of Pamlr; thence to Kash- gar, Yarkand and Khotan; thence across the Gobi desert to Tangut, not far from the Great Wall. In Chimt the routes followed the wall. There was an alternate route down to Hor- muz, at the foot c~ the Persian gulf, and thence by sea. As the trade de- veloped there were slde routes and Samarcand and Bokhara became Im- portant stations. It was said that In Tamerlane's time these routes were so well policed that a woman could travel them unguarded and that a pu~e could be lost on the way and returned to its owner. SHOWER BATHS No Guarantee flood things may come out of the FRONT ST., ISSAQUAH metropolis, but they are not neces- sarily good because of the source.-- Toledo Blade. LARGE 2 CAN ................ 1 PC Whenever my telephone relieved me of a trip downtown, I made note of the nickel, dime or quarter saved. They soon amounted to more than the price of telephone service, and I also have the telephone for calling friends, and making ap- pointments. It's true, and I've proved it--the tele- phone in the home costs so little and does so much that it simply doesn't pay to be without one." PER ROLL ............................... Medium Bars. Each .............................. 5C EBA'S Special Blend. l-Pound s. .................... 23C THE PACIFIC TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY Observation When a woman buys a bargaln she is so sure tlmt slte has done well that she ~hows It hnmediately to all her frie~ ls. But when she requires a hus- haml, he has to I)e taken off on a hnn(,ytuoon to he looked over and pol- ]sl~ed up before being displayed to the public fit farce,- Knns:~s f~lty Times. Grocery Specials -------for------- Friday, Saturday & Monday Happy Home Mayonnaise -Pt. 14c Pt. 23c Qt. 42c when you remember that that not first propostion, to levy five mills, Happy Home Jar Rubbers Dozen ................ 5c I 4 Dozen ..................... .-ePC Ill Gold Shield Coffeem/5 "Always Good" [ 3-pound can .......... S White Laundry Soap I0 cakes OXydol, makes clothes whiter, pkg Johns Openfront Grocery ISSAQUAH, PRESTON and HIGH POINT, to SEATTLE One Way R. Trip lssaquah ................. 75 1.25 High Point ............ 1,00 I.S0 Preston .................. 1.0S 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, 8:10 p. m. LEAVE SEATTLE 9:30 a.m. "1:35 p.m. S:IS p.m. Extra Sundays and Holidays, 10 p. m. *Daily except Sunday EXPRESS (minimum) North Bend Stage Line DR. D. R. HILLERY 1 PHYSICIAN an___d SURGEON / Office In Bank Building/ Phones: Office 142 Residence 14sJ HILLCAKE, QUART BOTTLE .................. 25C and ................ , , , , , , , e/ DR. W LUAMDENTIsTUOLLAND |] I ~ Office Hours, 9 to 5, and / kR ,N BULK. PER GALLON .............. I 9e G,ANT BLACK |i|i|lmIIIII|IIIIII|,,,IilllI|,IlI|,,,||I,||IillI, Sundays and evenings by I a BEANS VAN CAMP'S 3C F 1 G S w. Do All Kinds of HaullnI__ hntw.nBUSlness-- Every RuslneIs Day [I Pho~,_e 60___._~2 Appointmentissaqush..Wash)I POUND ~~ I PKG. I d[~I~ Soattle and Coalfield, Issaquah, High Point, Preston, Monohon, ~_ ATTORNEY PALM OLIVE 3 BARS Ire ~ ~ Elllott and Cad. Grova, and all way places " J. LAEL SIMMONS / ------ Issaquah Transportation Iio rOEC TI:A Jay Tee .,o,, ,, Inc, , CHEESE in L /an Phone 43 Saturdays , Seattle Depot,--P~llroad Ave., Dearborn St. and Railroad Way ~ PER BLACK ................ AND CREAM I POUND ONE.HALP LB. '~J) ~J~a~ LARGE Leave Seattla h00 P. M, Only Phone F244 | ...... GREEN ................ ~m~ BOTTLE ..... Leave lssaquah StO0 A.M. MORNING DELIVERIES I Telephone Main 394 Washed Sand and Gravel Issaquah Valley Dairy I