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~F !}i; PAGE FOUR THE ISSAQUAH PRESS, ISSAQUAH, KING {~{3., WASHINGTON l bl Arthur Brisbane COWBOY EVANGELIST COMING TO ISSAQUAH Revival services will start Sunday r night at the Bethel Mission, Issaquala. Evangelist H. J Ranton of Yakima Iknown as the Cowboy Evangelist, (Continued from first page) cosmetics by men." Will they alsoi advise waist-squeezing corsets for the] fat, anti high heels for the short? I Men, ugly enough, and foolish en- ough now without assistance from the good ladies, can beautfiy themselvesI sufficently by working harder and b eating and drinking less, anti breath- ing more fresh air. Paraguay proposes to impor~ from Russia ten thousand Cossacks to help t fight Bolivia, for control of the Cha- co region. Aborigines, in that part of the world, descendants of the In- cas, will wonder if they see the Cou- sacks at wm'k. And students of the human race will write another chapter on thv mixing of human hreeds, which, on the whole, has been highly beneficial. Funeral Services Held I For Mrs. Martha Wood! Mrs. Wm. tl. Woods died in Har- borview hospital Salurday evening. She had undergone an operation aI couple of weeks before and was col!-, sidered getting alon~ nicely, but ex-; i perienced a relapse and passed away I suddenly. Martha Katurah Wood was born "n ~1Ponca, NebraMia, April 4, 18~2. ] ~When she wa sseven years old her j parents came tO Washington antl set- I tled near Bothell. She was married ito William IIenry Wood July 1, [897. t They have lived in the Pil~e l,ake dis-i !trict an I.~;~;:tquah for :~(i years, i I Near >urvivin~ ri'latives arc her 'husband, W. 1I. W()~,I, five daughters and (,n,, son. They arc Euni('e I[ar- :rin:~'lon, S(,ittllt,; Mahle Miles and Mildred Stanllord 1.':;aqual~ ,lose m-! ins Sell, Snoquttlmie Falls, and EI-I len Jane Thomas and Frank Wood t ;" Snoqualmie, and 17 gr.lndchildren. Three brothers, Chas W Bennet, El- lensburg, Geo. C. Currey, Tacoma,:, and Frank P. Bennett, Seattle Funeral services were held at (;on,-' Exchange' Ads are result-getters and are inexpensive. Use them. BETHEL MISSION / munity Church yesterday, Wednesday afternoon, R I. Case officiating. Re- bekah funeral rites were exenlp/ifie,:~i F Iby members of the local order, o Rev H. J. Ranton ~ I , whn~h she was a member. Two solos Sunday school at 10:00. Preach-lwill preach. Meetings will be heid were rendered by Miss Ferol Tibbetts ing service at 11:00 a. m. and 8:00 every night extent Mondays and Sa~- Memhers of the Odd Felh)ws lodge Young People's meeting at 7:15 , "~...~." ~. .( . ~-.,Iserved as pallbearers Interment wa~ urclays, Ill: ~ ::t,). t~.ev, l~.anLon neLt~ " ' " Midweek meetmg Wednesday at made in ttillside CemcLely, F A ,, _ ._ [meetings in the Methodist church in ,~. ....... 8:vu p ~.. ' iI'lsner, unerat tllree~or. A. GALBRAITH, Pastor. Issaquah some years ago. I , ' HIGH POINT t m m m | | | Other Hauling at Right Price Phone 392 The ten-mill tax levy, which was reported as passed in last week's etl- ition, was falsely stated and the true facts are that there were 10 for and 9 against, which did not give it tl~e three-fifths majority necessary for its passing, 21 registered voters not voting. Mr. and Mrs. J. Fardig and Svea of Issaquah spent Wednesday evt- ning at the Nels Nelson home. Mr. and Mrs. It Kalenius and ram- Special prices for FRIDAY and SATURDAY, OCTOBER 6 and 7 In an effort to promote the return of normal business, we are offering particular values in the things you want. These are NRA values ........ MILLED AND GUARANTEED BY CENTENNIAL m 49.LB. RED BOWL -- 49.LB. SNOWLIKE i FEDERAL BRAND |mnmmmmmmmmmmmm|mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm! Fruits CLEAN, SMOOTH EVEN SIZE LBS ........................................... 15C THE PERFECT SHORTENING LARGE JUICY SUNKIST ~ PER DOZEN .................................... ~ ~C " ONIONS i 50 CLEAN, FIRM, DRY -LB. SAC ..................... 65C 1 &PPLE$ WENATCHEE JOHNATHANS for EATINCi | 6 ............................... 15c | | ! | | LEMONS l | m-mmmminimmmmmmmmmmmmmnmmmnmmmmmmmmm| "THE PERFECT SANITARY TISSUE" t Nallay's Mayonnaise, "IF IT'S NALLEY'S IT'S GOOD'~ 2 Bottles FRESH ROASTED, FRESH GROUND QUALITY GUARANTEED Post_ Bran Pkg. ~ ......................~- . CAN Baker s Cocoa ,,B DATES 2 Lbs. 19c NEW CROP -- CLEAN AND FRESH I t t t DEL MONTE CORN No.2 Can ALBER'S FLAPJACK -Large Pkg. "THE HOT CAKES OF THR WEST" THURSDAY, OCTOBER I e SEAS ON IN CASE LOTS 12.GAUGE Box of 25 JUST tOOK AT THESE PRICES, NO GREATER VALUE ON THE First Come, First Served. Our Stock Is Limited ily of Renton visited with Mrs. M. Er- ickson at her home here Saturday af-I UPPER $QUAK ternoon. ~--~ .............. ~ Mrs Wilson and sons, Jack and A1 ~wan westrum ano wa|ly nocKen- .... llen, v~mted Mls G Snyder Tuesday son of Seattle conducted meetings m, "'" '" " aftel noon the morning and evening at the local] " " church Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Kurfusst and -. ..a .......... a. I family of Fnumclaw visited the Hall- 111". allu lvl[~. 2~. IleoDerg w~re uin-[ " ~ " ' wozth famdy on Sunday ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. O. Ber~-[ " " lund at their home Sunda- ~ [ Mrs V Richards entertained a y, " , Miss Clara Gjendem of Ketchikan, Alaska, is visiting with friends here during the week. She formerly liv- ed here about four years ago. Mr. and Mrs. John Halverson were dinner hosts to Swan Westrum and Wally Hockeson of Seattle Sunday. Miss Mildred Lovegren and Mrs, Joe Hanson left for Yakima Saturday where they will be employed. Mr. and Mrs. AI Sundquist and family were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Nels Nelson and family Thurs- day evening. Miss Martha Swanson of Everett is visiting with friends this week. RATES Minimum charge, 25 cents. Per line, estimated six words to the line, 10 cents. Three insertions for the price of two. , For Sale FOR SALE--Netted Gem potatoes and King apples Peter LaCour, He- mm bart road. -}0-1~-SAi~E--Two Mtliestie range~ l in good condition, $10 and $12.50. Strafford lalark, southwest side of I Lake Sammamish. --F-oR- S-AL-E-- OR TRADE--1926 Oldsmobile coach, for some cash and milch cow, livestock, or what? K. Hassain, old Gleason place. mR [] FOR SALE--Choice, medium sizes iN shrubs, only 10 and 20 cents. Mrs. C. J. Boyden. m FOR SALE--Golden Bantam corn, cabbage, spring fryers and other farm things. Mrs. George Webster, lm Issaquah rfd, box 99. Ill number of her school chums Saturday) evening. Mrs. John McQuade of Cedar Mr. was a caller at the Hallworth home Saturday evening. Mrs. A. Bogden and daughter Hel- en spent Sunday visiting at the Ka- minski home in Seattle. Mrs. Rader and son Frank, of Se- attle, visited the Hallworth family on Sunday. They were accompanied by Mr. Hallworth is Fisher at Issaquah this Ma~in Camon Anderson Island on Men, The I. V. L. Club met Hallworth Thursday. freshments were served. Mr. and Mrs L. attle were dinner guests Mr. and Mrs. Vere UNIVERSITY RE( HEAVY REGH Registration at the Washington will break all records, if the late up to those in a like period :At the beginning of this were 6500 student fees pared with 5600 for the William Pahl of Michigan. [in 1932. It is estimated ~; Mrs. P,. W. Knoernschild and faro-[7200 will be in attendance :~ ily were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. lfinal figures are in. and Mrs. H. Lyne. fan Monday. F. A. FISHER, FUNERAL DIRECTOR FULL LINE of UNDERTAKING SUPPLIES Our most considerate attention is at ~our disposal at all Calls answered day or night Phone M212 ISSAQUAH, WASH. . You are no longer a er when you register here. remember, the Claremont A Hotel is your assurance of maximum of comfort and joyment in Seattle. PIGS--For sale. M. R. Martin, on___E. J. Anderson Farm. Special attention to._ ,the care of children or elderly, [ For Rent 1 ........................ ' guests. FOR RENT--Lower story of Odd m l , 1 . . Hotel or apartment accom- Fellows Hall A large mereantile l ! . . room in cholce location. See Doctor] modations as desired. Daily, Gibson, Issaquah. --------- I weekly, and monthly rates. MisCellaneot.s ] Coffee Shop and Garage. th-~ Issaqua--------h Cr--~mam- ery, brown purse containing $5 bil~, some small change and a $5 check. Reward will be paid if finder will re- turn to the Creamery. WANT A CAT?---Large yearling tom and 3-months-old female free Inquire this office. TRADE---1927 Ford T Coach, first class shape, good rubber, 2 spares-- for light gearshift truck or car. In- quire this office.