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PAGE FOUR THE ISSAQUAH PRESS, ISSAQUAH, KING CO., WASHINGTON I TItURSDAY, OCTOBER 261 More Free Show (Continued from first page) hand and keen eyesight, who has had long practice to insure a high degree of accuracy In Japan a group of native boy~ in their teens become experts in this work, attaining an accuracy of from 90 to 99 per cent correct selection. The Washington Cooperative Chick Association, last spring, had one of the Japanese experts separate 16,00o LIQUOR SALE CON [RGL WILL BE UP TO STATE [ Community Church L UPPER SQUAK "The Person of Christ" is the Mr. McGuire of Seattle called on fifth degree sermon for Sunday at home folks Tuesday eveuing. 11:00. The world, including each of Mr. and Mrs. hi. C. Anderson and Bill Endorsed and Being Circuladl us, needs Christ now as never before I i son of Seattle visited with the Can,- By Citizens' L~uor Control Sunday school at 10:00--we want:men family Sunday. League to Offer Legislature. ] you in one of the classes. Your pres- blrs. Sorcnson and Mrs. Parsons of ence wlll make.It bet Ler. ;Seattle spent Wednesday with Mrs.] A state liquor control bill which A Congregational ~ oung People's ; Otto NeiNon prevents the return of the saloon, l Society from Seattle will be with u.~ ~'1 " " "is t lo ..... .... i ;1 ". anu M "'. " vd Goodman Mrs. las pledged bv both Republican and[ at o :co. Lvenlng ~ong alto~el'lnoll ~ " ' " ........ iCraig and Mr and Mrs Dave Wil-'Democraticnational platforms, pro- on the name bnmst. . " "" men are Producin ............. , I li'lms of Seattle spent Sunday aftel- vides for sale of intoxicatin li( UOl~ OF newly natcneu crocKs ln:o punets anu It isn't much trouble to atteno ....... g 1 ". .^~1..~1.. T* ...-. ..~ ~. *.~+ ....... i noon with the tlallworth family, fin original packages from state li(l- ;;~;;;=;ent-acc~urat;? .............. C nulcn._ .................. Mr. Sandberg, Mr. Wilburg and i uor stores and distributes profits to ~,~N]~e ,,/c4,,re$ ~ ._ The association will train an Amer-the brooder, there is less crowding, IMr.. Richards were Sunday callers a~ local funds, has been sponsored by 0yg, Gran(le Ilall icon for the work during the spring and the pullets make better growth, the Art Johnson home. I the Citizens' Liquor Control League b ~ ~'S~or[ "B ~ fl//afla r of 1934. It is one of the best ways of prevent- ! Mr. and Mrs. Jim Sherry, Emaline and will be submitted to the Legis- ~ MASTER [~REEDINO FArM .3 Advantages a poultryman may ex-ling feather picking and cannibalism."land Gladys Brown and Howard Cam- lature upon petitions to be offered for WAfI'IINOTON COOPE~AT~V~ Friday, November 3 m clrculatmnlmmedmtely Thebill . vect when he broods only" the babyl Any poultryman who may be' "lmon soent Saturday evening at the " " " " " C~CK A55OCIATION___________ pullets are: "The poultryman buyslterested may secure further closettlighland Spanish Castle. was drafted by Robert F. Waldron, .... c I of Spokane chairman of the House only half the usual number of chinks, hand information by attending th Miss Mary Hayward of Olympia rs~ ' Fewer chicks give more room aroundlfree mOtion picture show. ' visiting home folks again this week iJudIcIary committee, and has been NRA QUESTION BOX " ' i submitted to groups of lawyers and MI and Mls Velne Rlchards weIe '. "" " " '" " :community leaders for comment. Im- Compiled by Shirl H. Blalock, i guests at a d!nner party Sunday eve-[portant features of the bill, whose Regional Manager for NRA in We Do All Kinds of Hauling Business Every Business Day ning in Seattle. ]sponsers say it is an aid to trueWashington, Montana, Wyoming. Mrs. Sherry of Maple Valley, Mrs. 'temperance are: - - -- between -- A. Cammon and Mr. and Mrs. Junt Creates Washington State Liquor Questions , i Seattle and Coalfield: lssaquah, High Point, Preston, Monohon, Shelry were Seattle visitors Thurs Control Commi!tlon; three members 1. What is a compliance board? Elliott and Cedar Grove, and all way places uay nameo ny ann removame oy ~ov- l .......... nd - . . . , , , 2. How is a comphance board MIKe rkaclcs, Mrs. A. Dogoen a l ernor Commission to control sale oI 9 I ast ..... formed. s = daughters Mary and Ahce spent 1 !all mtoxlcatmg hquors having alco- , ............ t 1$saquah T[a[lgp0[Ia[10n lilCl = Sunday with Paul Bogden of Kent.~ - " visited home folks ouihlic ......... content of lnore than 5.3~ by a ~' vvnat are.loS ~unctmnS:now is l~ oetermlneo unoer,'* SAF i ~scar Leai VOlume; beer co De regulatea oy other -. - . . .. . ,i n wnlcn cooe a ous hess wm operate Than Smoo! Sunday. laws. ~ ,~ , , , I , . o. ~an workinghoursne stag- I AUTO FREIGHT AND TRANSFER Mr. Wyhe of Bambr~dge Island Authorizes state hquor stores but ",, Old T|res| called on Mr. Itallworth Tuesday. [prohibits locations in residential dis- gereu. [ ~Testsonsllpp 1 Seattle Depot--P~ilroad Ave., Dearborn St. and Railroad Way - -il- and PauI " - " , , . , 6. Is there a period of apprentice- i Mrs. P. W. Knoernscn o .tricts and they may De Darreo ~rom ,. ~ . ~ pavement sh~ ,, ,, . snip ~or o4fice workers wherein they spent Wednesday m Renton. dry termtory Only pure liquors ~ " that new Goody$ Leava Seattle 1:00 P. M. Only .... Jo ee and faro ~" . ...... , ..tmay receive less than the minimum Mr. ano ~wrs. oonn y " bough~ at competmve prices an(l SOla9 All-We~therss~ Leave lssaquah 6:00 A.M. * ily are now occupying theWiltsielin sealed packages at uniform prices[wage" . , . [ cars 77Io qulcl$ ~wusc employes be paid for le Telephone Main 394 Washed Sand and Gravel residence, throughout the state, to be handled. " . ~ "l than smooth, d ---- Unlawful to be consumed at store gal hohdays, tires and quicl~ . i 8 A~e outside collectors winking on Dance Saturday night m Issaquah. Buyers must obtain $1 annual per- " " "- ' 1 than any othl ~ I commission limited as to number oft new tlres...Tal Goodyear ~mli:. g hours per week9 Restaurants and hotel may sell] ." All-Weather no unnecess~ 9 Can tax~ drovers walk on a light wine to be consumed with a]. " . . "'~ " " Supertwtstchances on sl~ commmslon barns substantial order of 'food. Rigid in-] .... C.o~dTffesperyfallandwb 10 A~e watchmen regulated as to quiry before licensed at $200 and].. terroads--putl $300 respectively. Clubs cannot sell mammum of hours per week? i Special prices for FRIDAY and SATURDAY, OCTOBER 27 and 28 You'll Find What You Want--- AND QUALITY YOU CAN DEPEND ON --- PLUS REASONABLE PRICES -- AND HELPFUL, COURTEOUS SERVICE ..... CRACKERS SUPERIOR SALTED WAFERS, OR GRAHAM I FIG BARS FRESH WHITE OR WHOLE WHEAT 19 PORKand BEANS VAN CAMP'S -- MEDIUM CANS Lb. can Fruits and Yeqefablea PER LB. PER | BUNCH C PER SACK 50-LB. SACK PER LB. "QUALITY AT ITS BEST" -- AS SOFT AS OLD LINEN ROLLS M..B COFEEE Start the day risht with a hot cup of this delicious coffee --- "IT'S SAFETY SEALED" LB. CAN FULL CREAM MILD LBS. NEW DATES RAISINS CURRANTS CANDLED PEELS NUT MEATS, ETC. "All Finest Quality" SHORTENING SWIFT'S CRESCENT GUARAI~rrEED WHITEKING GRANULATED CONDENSED SOAP--SAFE FOR FINE FABRICS MEDAL BIS LIGHT, FLUFFY BISCUITS IN A JIFFY PER PKG. ASSORTED FLAVORS Baker Bars Assorted Candy Bars, delicious and healthful CalUmet Baking Pwd. 25C "GUARANTEED RESULTS ALWAYS" Danish Cheese Banquet LB. "JUST TRY THIS FAMOUS BLEND" Bowl Snowlike Silk Si:[ted \. "ALL MILLED AND GUARANTEED BY CENTENNIAL MILLS" InBBBIBII~IBI~UIBIHNIIIII~I|II INN|IBBBIIIBiIIBIBB|INIInBB|III|UIII 49-LB. 1.49 ...SACK 49-LB. sAcK 1.79 49-LB. SACK 1.98 liquors to their members. Jointists and bootleggers declared felons upon third conviction. Clergymen may buy sacramental wines direct from manufacturers. Distribution of profits: 65% to current school fund; 20% to old age pensions; 5% to adult blind and 10% to mothers' pensions, thus re- lieving local taxpayers. 11. What are maximum hours fori milk deliverymen? Answers 1. It is a local committee of seven persons representing employers, em-~ ployes, and consumers, usually in- cluding a lawyer. 2. It is created by the local NRA committee on instruction from Wash- Burton, D. C., or by the State Re- covery Board. Look over the Exchange column. 3. To hear complaints regarding ....................................... [non-compliance, and petitions for ex- IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII~I tceptions under section 14 of the Pre~- [[ident's agreement because of "great [ land unavoidable hardship." 11 4. By the code which covers the [ [largest percentage of the eoncern's m Including MACHINE WORK F. Cedarholm FRONT STREET One-half block south of Highway Issaquah activities. 5. Yes, provided there is no av- tempt to frustrate the spirit and in- tent of the P. ~R. A., i. e., subter- fuge. An employe's lunch hour must not exceed that of the general bus- ; iness community. 6. No. 7. Yes, if paid by the week o~ month. Holidays are to be real ones, and time is not to be made up on other days. 8. No, if collector was working sole- ly on commission prior to June 16, 1933. 9. Yes, if they were on a solely commission basis prior to June 16, 1933. 10. They are subject to 40-hour weekly maximum unless exempt in ap- proved codes or modifications of President's reemployment agreemenL 11. Forty-eight hours per week. Goodyeara Moat size Last fall. MountlnR! We clean do your work h~'e. GOODYEAR PATHFII Supertwi~t Cord T,r~s S$ In reach of Ill Hepler Motor Ford Sales and Service ISSAQUAH, by Arthur (Continued from first 5,000,000 pounds of pork to farmers and will give the pork~ hungry. Ted Cook, a Los Angeles opher, offers a suggestion interest bankers with der water." "Maybe the bankers could cheerful about other's deposits if the ple at large would other's collateral." Miss Perkins, Secretary of announces that, thanks to er 620,000 more jobs were last month and ten million addcrd to payrolls. That is pleasant item. Uncle Eben "An election would be easy," Uncle Eben, "if you could only candidate say how much taxes rein' to charge an' what he for de money."--Washlngton FRATERNAL GILMAN ENCAMPMENT No. O. O. F.Meets every urday at Issaquah and Thursday at Redmond. triarchs welcome. R. G. P.; E. J. Lindman, Scribe. MYRTLE LODGE No. 108, M. Meets first Saturday month. Ernest J. Lindman, Thos. F. Drylie, Secy. CENTURY CHAPTER He. 66. S. Meets second and fourth nesday in Masonic hall. I W. M., Minnie Schomber, GILMAN LODGE No. 69, I. O. Meets every Friday evening. Kinnune, N. G.; L. H. Smart, GILMAN REBEKAH LODGE I. O. O.F. Meets first Wednesday of each mouth, at O. F. Hall. Mary Kinnune, Ruby Ltndman, Secy. ISStkQ-UA H VALLEY 581. Meets second and fourtb day of each month, 8 p.m., Hall. W.V. Bradley, Mail(r, L, Qlaon, Stay, \