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PAGE FOUR THI~ |ggA(~UAH PRESS, ISSAQU~i4, KING CO., *~VASHINGTOIq ........ tqt " L ~ ............. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, il Mr. and Mrs. John Wesling and sons were Sunday guests at the Henry Schomber home, * * * Mrs. Gretchen Danford and (laugh- ter Evelyn of Seattle were dinner guests Sunday of Dr. and Mrs. W. C. Holland. * * * Mrs. Martha Wood underwent an- other major operation at Harborview Hospital on Monday. Mrs. James R. O'Farrell of Alex-i ~-~[)| ~-q)~ andria, La., who has been the guesti L| Jr LL of Dr. and Mrs. W. C. Holland, lett for her home yesterday morning. [ FXCHAN('~ B*sse~l a*nd ] Mrs Kate Miss Loaht Bissel of Ravensdale were visitors aLi RATES the meeting of Century Chapter lastI Minimum charge, 25 cents. Per night. Ihne, e. tlmated six words to the hne, Exchange Ads are result-getters 10 cents. Thrce insertions for the and are inexpensive. Use them. )rice of two. ! Special attention to the care of children or elderly ' guests. . Hotel or apartment accom- modations as desired. Daily, weekly, and monthly rates. Coffee Shop and Garage. For Sale FOR SALE--Round Oak heater No. 14, cheap for cash. Archie Bennett. FOR SALE-- Good family coy,, fresh. Rich milk. A.L. Wold Co. FOR SALE--Choice, medium si~eu. shrubs, only 10 and 20 eents.Mrs. C. J. Boyden. !F()-R~SALE--Golden Bantam corn, cabbage, spring fryers and othe; farm things. Mrs. George Webster :Issaquah rfd, box 99. PIGS--For sale. M. R. Martin, on E. J. Anderson Farm. For Rent FOR RENT--Lower story of Od* Fellows' Hall. A large mercantih room in choice location. See Docto; John Fink, Fink's Garage, lssa- quah, concentrates on Richfield Hi-Octane because leading Coast newspapers confirm the fact that it actually gives at least one more mile per gallon. Says Yale tires are going great. --Adv. HIGH POINT Gibson, Issaquah. Mrs. Carl Pearson entertained the ..................... High Point Ladies' Aid Society at Wanted HiGi~-Scho~ girl wants home -and small compensation for work after school hours. This office. BETHEL MISSION Sunday school at 10:00. Preach- ing service at 11:00 a. m. and 8:00 Young People's meeting at 7:15 Midweek meeting Wednesday at 8:00 p. m. A. GALBRAITH, Pastor. ST JOSEPH'S CATHOLIC ~:HURCH her home in Issaquah last Thursday afternoon. Rev. and Mrs. Paul Rood and fam- ily of Turlock, Calif., visited with friends here Monday afternoon. They are on their way to Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. Erie Erickson of Is- saquah and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Olson of North Bend spent Sunday with Mrs. M. Eriekson at her home her~. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Anderson and family visited with the C. Sundholm family at Upper Preston Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hendrickso.~ and family of Everett and Mr. and Ray. Father Caxey, Pastor Mrs. A, Swanson of Issaquah spent Services the first Sunday sf each Sunday at the A. Swanson home her~. month at 8:30 a.m. All other Sun- Mr. and Mrs. V, Holm and Mildred days at 10:00 a. m. Catechism every and Jean Nelson were Seattle visitor~ Saturday afternoon at 1:30 for the Sunday. children. Ten-Mill Tax Levy Passes The election held at the local 'schoolhouse Tuesday for the ten-mill tax levy was passed by a comfortabb majority. Best Beef The best beef has bright, white-col, ored fat.--Brooklyn Eagle. Special Prices for FRIDAY and SATURDAY, September 29 and 30 ~1 BO OUS I'AII~. OUR CUSTOMERS are SATISFIED CUSTOMERS 'because they know we do our very best to serve them well. We enjoy giving them genuine quality at reasonable, low prices .......... ~s~mm~ PURE CANE, FINE GRANULATED POUNDS (Limit) MAXWELL HOUSE POUND cAN ,OO Lipton's Famous Blend. Yellow Label POUND CAN FRUITS AND VEGETABLES i i per dozen Local Golden Bantam. "It's Delicious" per dozen Large, Juicy Sunkist per head Crisp, Firm Heads 3 lbs Fancy, Firm, Ripe lb can A DELICIOUS VEGETABLE SHORTENING. FOR BEST RESULTS IN BAKING AND COOKING FOR EVERY USE, NO MATTER HOW PARTICULAR. GRANULATED CONDENSED SOAP 2" RED BOWL BRAND MILLED AND GUARANTEED By CENTENNIAL MILLS CALUMET BAKING POWDER Double acting; guaranteed pure GRAPE NUT FLAKES Made of wheat and barley i BAKER'S COCOA "A Leader Since 1780" LB CAN PER PKG -lb. can .... 10c 1 - lb. can .... 19c LB. SACK GRAPE FRUIT No. 2 Golden Cluster CAN e can HOP FLAVORED JUST RIGHT. MANUFACTURED BY BLUE RIBBON BREWING CO. t f t t 0 p" FOR THE WELL DRESSED SALAD. BEST FOODS GOLD MEDAL Notice of Hearing Final Report and Petition for Distribution No. 53700 In the Superior Court of the State of Washington for the County o~ King, in Probate. In the matter of the estate of Jack Brody, Deceased. Notice is hereby given that John Miluch, administrator of the estate of Jack Brody, deceased, has filed .*n the office of the Clerk of said Court his final report and petition for dis- tribution, asking the Court to settle said report, distribute the propert~ to the persons thereto entitled and tu discharge said administrator; and tha~ said report and petition will be hears on the 3rd day of November, 1933, at 9:30 a. m., at the Court Room o~* the Probate Department of said Court. Dated this 13th day of September, 1933. Abe N. Olson, Clerk of said Court By H. C. Gordon, Deputy. Elder & Nievinski, Attorneys for Administrator, 705 Dexter Horton Building, Seattle, Washington. 9-14-28 NOTICE of SALE of STATE LAND~ 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 el Seattle, county of King, State oI Washington, by the County Auditor of said county, the following de- scribed state lands, together with the improvements situated thereon, will be sold at public aution to the high- est bidder therefor, to-wit: NOTE--No one except citizens el the United States, or persons who have declared their intention to be- come such, can purchase state lands. Application No. 14378. NE% of NW% of section 10, township 23 north, range 8 east, W. M., containing 40 acres, more or less, according to the government survey thereof, appraised at $1,050.00. Ira- appraised at $2,024.00. Improvements to the amount of ;150.00, belong to the state. (Subject to an easement for right of way for county road, heretofore granted to King County.) Improvements belonging to the 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 improvements, mus~ forthwith pay to the officer making the sale the full amount of the ap- praised value of the improvements, as above stated. One,tenth of the put- chase price must be paid annually thereafter with interest on all de- ferred payments at the rate of six )er annum: Providsd, That may make full pay- of principal, interest and s~, fees at any time and obtaln 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 the Commissioner of Public Lain until the full amount of the purchss, BANISH THE FEA GiVE 58 o GREATER PROTECTION I~ Firestone Gum- v.t MASTERPIECE DIDPeclTiresmade|nd Otr TIRE CONSTRUCTION I th. scienti~ rubberO txhibit in the Hill Of Science presented by FHestone It the re- q.est of the w~,d's VER six million people have seen the' Fair Committu patented Firestone construction features of "'A Century o( Sr,m."ChkIZO. Dipping and Two Extra Gum-Dipped Cord Plies the Tread at "A Century of Progress." These millions know now--more than ever before-why Tires hold all world records, on road and track, for Safety, Speed, age, and Endurance. If you have not seen bow Firestone Tires are made--if you do know what is under the tread of a tire--Drive in today and let us you the Extra Strength The NEW sUPER OLDFIELD TYPE Built to equal all first line standard brand tires in quality, con- struction and ap- pearance, hut lower in price-- another Firestone Safety -- Longer Mileage -- Greater Blowout Protection into Firestone You are going to need new this fall and winter -- Don't off buying another dayI You pay more later--Drive in Trade tires for the Safety in Gum-Di in the lVorld. ..rY,,*J92e EVERY FIBER EVERY CORD IN EVERY IS BLOWOUT PROTECTED.BY GUM-DIPPIN( OLDFIELD TYPE SENTINEL TYPE F~ ...... } Ford .............. S6.gO ...... I Sg.6 Ford ...............1 $3.45 4.50-~1 ) -T -- 4.SO-El ~ ~-- -- ~Ox3~ j SPARK PLUGS Ff e f~St any mF.~ o/ B~ry FREE. price has been paid and deed issued. All sales of state lands are made subject to the reservations of oils, gases, coal, ores, minerals and fossils of every name, kind and description, and to the additional terms and con- ditions prescribed in section 3 of chapter 256 of the Laws of 1907. Said land will be sold subject to the terms, condtions and of chapter 312 of the Session of 1927, relating to rights-of-way and the timber, stone, minerals and products over the same. A.C. Commissioner of Public 8-81 F. A. FISHER, FUNERAL DIRECTOR FULL LINE of UNDERTAKING SUPPLIES Our most considerate attention is at your disposal at all times Calls answered day or night Phone M212 ISSAQUAIi, WASH. Other Hauling at Right Price Phone 3,92