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Vol. 5, No. 10 THE ISSAQUAH PRESS ISSAQUAH, KING COUNTY, WASHINGTON, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1920 $1.50 PE R Issaquah State Bank Issaquah, Washington Checking and Time Deposits: We invite Checking and Time De- posits 4 per cent on time deposits for 6 or 12 months 8 per cent on saving deposits Bank open from 10 a.m to 4 p.m. Saturdays, 10 a.m. to 12, noon, and 6 p.m. to 7 p.m. TKE UNIVERSAL CAR . Prolbly there is noother car that every day m the year meets the demand of the physician as does the Ford Coupe, with its permanent w, its broad seat ana deep upholstering, its sliding plate glass windows, by which in a minute the ear is changed from a closed car to an open l"" Equipped with an electric starting and gntm.g system, demountable fires with 3 inca .arcs all around and embodying all the established merits and economies of the Ford car. Let us look after your Ford car and you get genuine Ford parts and skilled work- mandfip. Case & Hepler, Inc Te.ephone Main 411 The Ford Garage Issaquah Insist on genuine Fo:d Parts CAR& FOR HIRI: Hudson Supersix and Buick Six ANYWHERE AT .Ny TIMId, PHONE: MAIN 172 Joq flidinq and Iheatre Parties H. K. KING PAST-TIME POOL HALL ISSAQUAH, WASH. You can enjoy tea or not, ju as you choose. Just as you chcose! You can get tea with a weak vegetable flavor a,d a lot e)f tamdn. Or you can get it full of real tea fla- vorrich, delicious, invigorat. lag. And the ood tea costs less a cup. Schillings is the good tea; thats why we like to sell,it. LEONARD MILES RED GROSS CHEER IN SOLDIERS' HOSPITALS Cretonne Curtains, Pianos ad Phonographs Remarked By Writer. :By ft. F. LANDER "AS dreary as a hospital." It's an often-heard statement, orig- inating probably with someone whose father or mother or baby had lain in a hospital for days someone whose experience had stumped on his mind forever a picture of white, plain bed; white, plain room; white, silent corri- dors descrted by all but white-clad silent nurse. There are many such. Hospitals now are being established by the score, institutions of the Uni- ted States public health service which are to care for the former service men who need medical or surgical atten- i ties. Sere(, of the patients will make short stays. Some will be there years. Many are tuberculosis wreck- ed, with none too much joy in life ahead at bst. The ln:biic health service has a full- sized task on its hands in actual medi- cal and surgical work. There must be something more if these institutions--- some of them here in the Northwest. at Tacoma, Boise, Port Townsend-- are different from the hospitals too mar.y of us Lave known. The Red Cross is that something more. I learned that when I went out to the old Cushman Indian school, now a new public hea:th service hospital. The buildings were old and alteration work ha'] progressed just far enough to permit of the reception of forty-odd patients who couldn't be crowded into the older institutions; paint was lack- ing everywhere. It looked dreary enough to be a hospital. Then I found the Red Cross build- ing, headqaror3 for the social service workers a,:,ed to the inatitutio.. ! fov::d the r,: reton hall--rwtorm. curtaiied. :q.'.:Pl -d will, pitm, pllono graphs, l:ook, mu furniture which Wasl't white and square. I found it f tllect with "walking case" listening to Ted V:illiams' Jazz Band and l Jolson. I went with the Re Cross workers to bcys who two years ago were fight- ing men but who now Spend day and in bed. They were not.n' they were the talks of rereads. the auditorium: the motion lflO- machine from the national Red Cross; books, music, nice things to eat, magazines, tobacco, from the local chapter of the organization. I saw a strange thing--hospital parlour8 who all were harpy. After all, they really don't need to] be "as dreary as a hospital." Measurlng the Baby Red Cross Aids Mothers in Directing Proper Care and Attention for Chll- drem RED CROSS RUSHES AID IN EXPLOSXON ON WALL s'rNEET .cOdln tl tht upermcendents of th Bided Street and Volunteer hospi- tals ot New York, the work of the Red Cross after the recent Wall street ex- plosion proved almost Invaluable. The explosion happened at noon on Sep- tember I.6. .Red Cross ambulance us!is with those of downtown hospi- tals and the police department, were en the scene in time for first aid w:#rk. But the principal activity of the Red Cross was to assist the hopi- m!s to which the injured were taken. Before the afternoon had passed 92 nurses had gone to aid the regular forces at the Broad street and Volun- teer hospitals lghteen Red Cro field directors assisted in hospitals and in compiling and furnishing l- formation concerning dead and injur- ed. Large quantities of hospttal Sup. plies and apparatus were furnished, u well as food. Three ambulances and two trucks were on duty, and through the Red Cross social service the matter of getting in touch with the families of victims was competently handled. When Disaster Camel,. Last year In the United States, the Red Cross aided more than 30.000 WASHSGTGN STATE ITEAL AND ROWELL ! NEWS OF INTEREST i ON SHIPPING BOARD i Important Occurrences of Past Wblngton nc---------appoln*mcnt of! Week Briefly Compiled for Our Readers. Seattle has an epidemic of burglar- lee. 26 being reported In one night. Eight children at the Spokane Chll. dren's home are now under care for smallpox. The city of Hosklnson Is under quar- antine for scarlet fever, and all th% schools are closed. The Wlnlock cooperative creamery produced 21,000 pounds of butter dur- ing the month of October. Caught by his clothing in a shaft at the Spokane city asphalt plant, M. R. Mastin, aged 54, an engineer, wa In- stantly killed. Four fatalities have occurred in Spo- kane within a month from automobile accidents and 28 peron have been seriously hurt. The new steel bridge over the Skookumchuck river on the Bucoda road north of Contrails has been opene to traffic. Partial equipment for Company L Washington national tank corps, has cached Contrails. It includes blanket& hats and overcoats. The second death as a result of a runaway logging car near Winlock occurred at Tacoma, when Jack Doles died from a fractured skull James Alton Bowman, 4-year-did [ Ion of Mr. an Mrs. Harlle J. Bow- man of Wenatchee, accidentally fell into a cistern and was drowned. The Rev. D. L. Met}owes, a Catho- lic priest from Valley. was instantly killed .:xon his auto plunge over a .0.foot embankment In Spokane. The state of Washington wtll issue bonds for the payment of Soldiers' bonuses as soon as the supreme court passes upon the validity of the act. Three men who held up the Inde- pendence Logging company's store at Independence made a successful es- cape with several hundred dollars, Production of member mills of the Western Pine Manufacturers' associa- tion in September, 190, exceeded that of ptember last yea by 9,74@,646 rom the WemU.e.valley last year 12,500 csl, load Of apples were lppi, more apples than were grown in any state in the b evlde of Wah- lngt Bod of 14 Indians were recently removed from the cemetery at Nls- ually to Grand Mound. The Nisqua!ly cemetery was recently included in Camp Lewis territory. Fire on the King Wilt farm. north- west of Prescott. destroyed a barn, 0t tons of hay, five milk cows, a orse and Imrnes. for 36 horses. The loss is estimated at $10,000. The record of 65,000,000 salmon eggs, stahlishcd several years ago by the federal hatchery on Yes bay, Alaska, is xpected to he shattered thi year by the Cnehalls hatchery at atop. Directors of the Washington and] Idaho Wheat Growers' association are] planning to place on the market $500,- [ 000 worth of wheat gold bonds, security / for which will be warehouse reeelpt [ for wheat.  | Bootlegging and moonshine whisky t cases resulted in a large sum being turned into the Lewis county treas- ury in the last few weeks. The total runs upward of $2500 between Nqver- bar 1 and 13. Allen C Moa, mr 7 years one of g ealng citiens of Tacoma, died suddenly in that city & few days ago, He was formerly publisher of the Ta- coma News and was founder of the Maon public library. An outbreak of seabtos In three bands of sheep in Benton county was reported to tle Office of the bureau of ..nimal industry at Wails Walls. The bands are small and offichtls be- lieve the outbreak will not spread. Forest firs In Washington during the winter months are a rarity, but fine weather and continued east wind the last week were followed by fires in the clearings back Of Cathlamet and Cape Horn in Wahklakm county. An ordinane recently passed In Pe ll, prohibiting stock from rnnlng at large on the streets, started a war in the community, The cow owners hav nominated a ticket in an effort to de- fvat the mayor and three councilmen if they run for reelection on Decem- ber 7. Wlnlock ham a population of 8$, according to a census ust completed t there by Roy. W. M. Daws, pastor of the Metholet Eplcopal church. When the isevernment comma ,, were announced the lie was preva- lent n WJnlock that the town had been grsatly chasted, but Roy. figures are Rear Admiral W. S, Benson as chair- # man of the shipping board was an- nounced at the White House. At the same time announcement was made of the appointment of six other members of the new board authorized by the merchant marine act. The other stx members are: Fred- erick I. Thompson, Alabama, Democrat, term of five years. Joseph N. Teal, Oregon, Democrat, term of four years. John A. Donald, New York, Democrat, term of three years. Chester tL Re- well, California, Republican, term of two years. Guy D. Golf, Wisconsin, Republican, term of one year. Charles Sutter, Missouri, Republican, term of one year. Under the law not more titan four members of the board can be of any )no political party. Four democrats ind three republicans have been ap- minted, but In some quarters .ctoubt was expressed whether the republican senate would approve this political alignment in view of the fact that a republican administration will come into power on next Mkrch 4. Cleaning and Pressing neatly do, : BRIEF GENERAL NEWS The peace pax:t signed by Italy and Jugo-Slavia caused considerable atis- faction in Paris, particularly in official circles. The home shortage in Iowa wa :sti- mated at 35,000 dwellings by E. tl. Hands, state housing commissioner, at a hearing conducted by the senate. The republican national eam:.aign cost $3,416,009, according to .qgures given out by Fred W. Upton, treascrr of the republican national committ'e, Consumers of soft drinks have paid through the manufacturers of such li- bations the past 11 months $51,000,00,q to the revenue dpartment of the gov- ernment Responsibility for the disastrous Wall-street explosion last September, the echo of which was heard armmd the world in denunciations of "rcd:" and "anarchists." was charged to in- dlvidttal laboring men o" tabor sym- pathizers by the Now York Evening World. The psyroli of the Weirton Steel company at .Veirton. W. Vs., amqan!- tng to $93,000. wzn stolen from a rc;- tstered mall b-7. The curcncy w ,' taken from a Pftrsburg bank o U:- postoffice thor ace! in t r:,:s er' mail bag and wl)en th b;%: ariv-d : Welrton it was ':t'd to cntalu bun- dies of paper Inst.ad of the money. Harding's Special Stalls on Prairie, Waists Washed-- Ironed Perteclly Why fuss with wash- ing and ironing your fancy waists when you can send them to us and get them back perfectly clean and faultlessly ironed? The cost Is so little,the satisfaction so great, that you really can't afford to attempt the work yourself. Point Isabel. Tax.---After f.;;rt is an adventl]rous attempt to quit sto:'l. swept Point lsabei and conclu:le his vacation in more mffortat, le quarters In Brownsville, President-elect Hard- ing returned here Sunday night. He was marooned for four hours on an uninhabited stretch of Texas prairie and decided to postpone his moving until Monday. Chamberlain Boomed For Cabinet, Wasllington.--Some republican sew atorial colleague of President-elect Harding have started a boom for Sen- ator George Chamberlain of Oregon, a democrat, for secretary of war in Harding's cabinet. Chamberlain was defeae and will retire from the sen- ate March 4. Union Laund00 Phme22 ISSAQUAH Agts. Snoquaimie Fells, AnsePWright; 3tlmie, Bakery; Fall City, Hotel; Upper Pre,';tc.. ,%tore; Preston, Hotel; Monohon, Stere. SSAQUAIt VALLEY ;,:o. 5d. Meets second and Mondays of each mor;th, 8 o'clock p.m. Gragellall. W W.Pickering, Ms.Geo.th.Gtark Lecturer, Secretdry. ]ff]YR'I'LE LODGE, No. 108, I xv. M. meets tirst Saturday in i month. W. W, Mansfield W.M.; W. , Gibson, Sec. ENTURY CtlAI'TER No. 66, 0.E.$, meets second and fourth WeAn days of each month in the Masonical|, Mrs. Myrtle Evans, W. M.; M. Cornelia Picketing, Secretary I SSAQUAH F. O. E., AERIE No. 113 mee:s first Saturday and third Thursday of each month I.O.O.F. Hall Jack Favini, W. P.. Robt Thomlmon, Secretary RIANGLE LODGE, No. 46, K.ef Po meets first and third Tuesdy of each munCh. W.E. Gibson, Chart- etlor (mmunde:-. W. W. Sylvtlr, per of Records ami al. Issaqtlaho CILMAN LODGE No. 69, I.O.O.F. %3r meet every Friday evening. Austria Asks Place in League Counc4. Geneva, Swltzerland. -- The secre. tariat of the league of nations has received Anstria'a formal application for admission to the league. J. W. i'rancis, N.G., W.,E. Gibom Rec. Secy. Visithg brethren cordiall] i invited. R. 0. A. K E LL S Physician and Surgeon Office in Bank Building Front Street ISSAQUAH - WASHINGTON W. E. GIBSON, M.D, Physician and Surgeon Office in Bank Building Front Street ISSAQU. H W ASIIINGroN DENTIST g DI. O. A. 5HANAIAN Issaquah Office Hours: Friday, satur* day and Sunday 9 a.m. t'o 5 p.m Even- ings by appointment. Seattle Phone: Main 856. COUTTS BLOCK, ISSAQUAH Work Guaranteed 10 Years Plate Work a Specialty Caretul attention given children's tet rree txaminatlen and Priers W t Y@or Means Most perfect devel- opement of the most perfect principle of washing clothes. For Sale B J. J. Lewis BUSINESS Is the supply of human wants OUR BUSINESS is moving something for somebody all the time. Seallle-issaq00ah Auto Freight Seattle Depot: Corner Western and Marion Leave Seattle, 12:00 noon and 1:00 p,fll, '.' Issaquah. 6:00 a,m. and Geaeral Transferi Removals Isaquah Phone M442 Seattle High Point and Pr,*tm' HARRINGTON Vol. 5, No. 10 THE ISSAQUAH PRESS ISSAQUAH, KING COUNTY, WASHINGTON, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1920 $1.50 PE R Issaquah State Bank Issaquah, Washington Checking and Time Deposits: We invite Checking and Time De- posits 4 per cent on time deposits for 6 or 12 months 8 per cent on saving deposits Bank open from 10 a.m to 4 p.m. Saturdays, 10 a.m. to 12, noon, and 6 p.m. to 7 p.m. TKE UNIVERSAL CAR . Prolbly there is noother car that every day m the year meets the demand of the physician as does the Ford Coupe, with its permanent w, its broad seat ana deep upholstering, its sliding plate glass windows, by which in a minute the ear is changed from a closed car to an open l"" Equipped with an electric starting and gntm.g system, demountable fires with 3 inca .arcs all around and embodying all the established merits and economies of the Ford car. Let us look after your Ford car and you get genuine Ford parts and skilled work- mandfip. Case & Hepler, Inc Te.ephone Main 411 The Ford Garage Issaquah Insist on genuine Fo:d Parts CAR& FOR HIRI: Hudson Supersix and Buick Six ANYWHERE AT .Ny TIMId, PHONE: MAIN 172 Joq flidinq and Iheatre Parties H. K. KING PAST-TIME POOL HALL ISSAQUAH, WASH. You can enjoy tea or not, ju as you choose. Just as you chcose! You can get tea with a weak vegetable flavor a,d a lot e)f tamdn. Or you can get it full of real tea fla- vorrich, delicious, invigorat. lag. And the ood tea costs less a cup. Schillings is the good tea; thats why we like to sell,it. LEONARD MILES RED GROSS CHEER IN SOLDIERS' HOSPITALS Cretonne Curtains, Pianos ad Phonographs Remarked By Writer. :By ft. F. LANDER "AS dreary as a hospital." It's an often-heard statement, orig- inating probably with someone whose father or mother or baby had lain in a hospital for days someone whose experience had stumped on his mind forever a picture of white, plain bed; white, plain room; white, silent corri- dors descrted by all but white-clad silent nurse. There are many such. Hospitals now are being established by the score, institutions of the Uni- ted States public health service which are to care for the former service men who need medical or surgical atten- i ties. Sere(, of the patients will make short stays. Some will be there years. Many are tuberculosis wreck- ed, with none too much joy in life ahead at bst. The ln:biic health service has a full- sized task on its hands in actual medi- cal and surgical work. There must be something more if these institutions--- some of them here in the Northwest. at Tacoma, Boise, Port Townsend-- are different from the hospitals too mar.y of us Lave known. The Red Cross is that something more. I learned that when I went out to the old Cushman Indian school, now a new public hea:th service hospital. The buildings were old and alteration work ha'] progressed just far enough to permit of the reception of forty-odd patients who couldn't be crowded into the older institutions; paint was lack- ing everywhere. It looked dreary enough to be a hospital. Then I found the Red Cross build- ing, headqaror3 for the social service workers a,:,ed to the inatitutio.. ! fov::d the r,: reton hall--rwtorm. curtaiied. :q.'.:Pl -d will, pitm, pllono graphs, l:ook, mu furniture which Wasl't white and square. I found it f tllect with "walking case" listening to Ted V:illiams' Jazz Band and l Jolson. I went with the Re Cross workers to bcys who two years ago were fight- ing men but who now Spend day and in bed. They were not.n' they were the talks of rereads. the auditorium: the motion lflO- machine from the national Red Cross; books, music, nice things to eat, magazines, tobacco, from the local chapter of the organization. I saw a strange thing--hospital parlour8 who all were harpy. After all, they really don't need to] be "as dreary as a hospital." Measurlng the Baby Red Cross Aids Mothers in Directing Proper Care and Attention for Chll- drem RED CROSS RUSHES AID IN EXPLOSXON ON WALL s'rNEET .cOdln tl tht upermcendents of th Bided Street and Volunteer hospi- tals ot New York, the work of the Red Cross after the recent Wall street ex- plosion proved almost Invaluable. The explosion happened at noon on Sep- tember I.6. .Red Cross ambulance us!is with those of downtown hospi- tals and the police department, were en the scene in time for first aid w:#rk. But the principal activity of the Red Cross was to assist the hopi- m!s to which the injured were taken. Before the afternoon had passed 92 nurses had gone to aid the regular forces at the Broad street and Volun- teer hospitals lghteen Red Cro field directors assisted in hospitals and in compiling and furnishing l- formation concerning dead and injur- ed. Large quantities of hospttal Sup. plies and apparatus were furnished, u well as food. Three ambulances and two trucks were on duty, and through the Red Cross social service the matter of getting in touch with the families of victims was competently handled. When Disaster Camel,. Last year In the United States, the Red Cross aided more than 30.000 WASHSGTGN STATE ITEAL AND ROWELL ! NEWS OF INTEREST i ON SHIPPING BOARD i Important Occurrences of Past Wblngton nc---------appoln*mcnt of! Week Briefly Compiled for Our Readers. Seattle has an epidemic of burglar- lee. 26 being reported In one night. Eight children at the Spokane Chll. dren's home are now under care for smallpox. The city of Hosklnson Is under quar- antine for scarlet fever, and all th% schools are closed. The Wlnlock cooperative creamery produced 21,000 pounds of butter dur- ing the month of October. Caught by his clothing in a shaft at the Spokane city asphalt plant, M. R. Mastin, aged 54, an engineer, wa In- stantly killed. Four fatalities have occurred in Spo- kane within a month from automobile accidents and 28 peron have been seriously hurt. The new steel bridge over the Skookumchuck river on the Bucoda road north of Contrails has been opene to traffic. Partial equipment for Company L Washington national tank corps, has cached Contrails. It includes blanket& hats and overcoats. The second death as a result of a runaway logging car near Winlock occurred at Tacoma, when Jack Doles died from a fractured skull James Alton Bowman, 4-year-did [ Ion of Mr. an Mrs. Harlle J. Bow- man of Wenatchee, accidentally fell into a cistern and was drowned. The Rev. D. L. Met}owes, a Catho- lic priest from Valley. was instantly killed .:xon his auto plunge over a .0.foot embankment In Spokane. The state of Washington wtll issue bonds for the payment of Soldiers' bonuses as soon as the supreme court passes upon the validity of the act. Three men who held up the Inde- pendence Logging company's store at Independence made a successful es- cape with several hundred dollars, Production of member mills of the Western Pine Manufacturers' associa- tion in September, 190, exceeded that of ptember last yea by 9,74@,646 rom the WemU.e.valley last year 12,500 csl, load Of apples were lppi, more apples than were grown in any state in the b evlde of Wah- lngt Bod of 14 Indians were recently removed from the cemetery at Nls- ually to Grand Mound. The Nisqua!ly cemetery was recently included in Camp Lewis territory. Fire on the King Wilt farm. north- west of Prescott. destroyed a barn, 0t tons of hay, five milk cows, a orse and Imrnes. for 36 horses. The loss is estimated at $10,000. The record of 65,000,000 salmon eggs, stahlishcd several years ago by the federal hatchery on Yes bay, Alaska, is xpected to he shattered thi year by the Cnehalls hatchery at atop. Directors of the Washington and] Idaho Wheat Growers' association are] planning to place on the market $500,- [ 000 worth of wheat gold bonds, security / for which will be warehouse reeelpt [ for wheat.  | Bootlegging and moonshine whisky t cases resulted in a large sum being turned into the Lewis county treas- ury in the last few weeks. The total runs upward of $2500 between Nqver- bar 1 and 13. Allen C Moa, mr 7 years one of g ealng citiens of Tacoma, died suddenly in that city & few days ago, He was formerly publisher of the Ta- coma News and was founder of the Maon public library. An outbreak of seabtos In three bands of sheep in Benton county was reported to tle Office of the bureau of ..nimal industry at Wails Walls. The bands are small and offichtls be- lieve the outbreak will not spread. Forest firs In Washington during the winter months are a rarity, but fine weather and continued east wind the last week were followed by fires in the clearings back Of Cathlamet and Cape Horn in Wahklakm county. An ordinane recently passed In Pe ll, prohibiting stock from rnnlng at large on the streets, started a war in the community, The cow owners hav nominated a ticket in an effort to de- fvat the mayor and three councilmen if they run for reelection on Decem- ber 7. Wlnlock ham a population of 8$, according to a census ust completed t there by Roy. W. M. Daws, pastor of the Metholet Eplcopal church. When the isevernment comma ,, were announced the lie was preva- lent n WJnlock that the town had been grsatly chasted, but Roy. figures are Rear Admiral W. S, Benson as chair- # man of the shipping board was an- nounced at the White House. At the same time announcement was made of the appointment of six other members of the new board authorized by the merchant marine act. The other stx members are: Fred- erick I. Thompson, Alabama, Democrat, term of five years. Joseph N. Teal, Oregon, Democrat, term of four years. John A. Donald, New York, Democrat, term of three years. Chester tL Re- well, California, Republican, term of two years. Guy D. Golf, Wisconsin, Republican, term of one year. Charles Sutter, Missouri, Republican, term of one year. Under the law not more titan four members of the board can be of any )no political party. Four democrats ind three republicans have been ap- minted, but In some quarters .ctoubt was expressed whether the republican senate would approve this political alignment in view of the fact that a republican administration will come into power on next Mkrch 4. Cleaning and Pressing neatly do, : BRIEF GENERAL NEWS The peace pax:t signed by Italy and Jugo-Slavia caused considerable atis- faction in Paris, particularly in official circles. The home shortage in Iowa wa :sti- mated at 35,000 dwellings by E. tl. Hands, state housing commissioner, at a hearing conducted by the senate. The republican national eam:.aign cost $3,416,009, according to .qgures given out by Fred W. Upton, treascrr of the republican national committ'e, Consumers of soft drinks have paid through the manufacturers of such li- bations the past 11 months $51,000,00,q to the revenue dpartment of the gov- ernment Responsibility for the disastrous Wall-street explosion last September, the echo of which was heard armmd the world in denunciations of "rcd:" and "anarchists." was charged to in- dlvidttal laboring men o" tabor sym- pathizers by the Now York Evening World. The psyroli of the Weirton Steel company at .Veirton. W. Vs., amqan!- tng to $93,000. wzn stolen from a rc;- tstered mall b-7. The curcncy w ,' taken from a Pftrsburg bank o U:- postoffice thor ace! in t r:,:s er' mail bag and wl)en th b;%: ariv-d : Welrton it was ':t'd to cntalu bun- dies of paper Inst.ad of the money. Harding's Special Stalls on Prairie, Waists Washed-- Ironed Perteclly Why fuss with wash- ing and ironing your fancy waists when you can send them to us and get them back perfectly clean and faultlessly ironed? The cost Is so little,the satisfaction so great, that you really can't afford to attempt the work yourself. Point Isabel. Tax.---After f.;;rt is an adventl]rous attempt to quit sto:'l. swept Point lsabei and conclu:le his vacation in more mffortat, le quarters In Brownsville, President-elect Hard- ing returned here Sunday night. He was marooned for four hours on an uninhabited stretch of Texas prairie and decided to postpone his moving until Monday. Chamberlain Boomed For Cabinet, Wasllington.--Some republican sew atorial colleague of President-elect Harding have started a boom for Sen- ator George Chamberlain of Oregon, a democrat, for secretary of war in Harding's cabinet. Chamberlain was defeae and will retire from the sen- ate March 4. Union Laund00 Phme22 ISSAQUAH Agts. Snoquaimie Fells, AnsePWright; 3tlmie, Bakery; Fall City, Hotel; Upper Pre,';tc.. ,%tore; Preston, Hotel; Monohon, Stere. SSAQUAIt VALLEY ;,:o. 5d. Meets second and Mondays of each mor;th, 8 o'clock p.m. Gragellall. W W.Pickering, Ms.Geo.th.Gtark Lecturer, Secretdry. ]ff]YR'I'LE LODGE, No. 108, I xv. M. meets tirst Saturday in i month. W. W, Mansfield W.M.; W. , Gibson, Sec. ENTURY CtlAI'TER No. 66, 0.E.$, meets second and fourth WeAn days of each month in the Masonical|, Mrs. Myrtle Evans, W. M.; M. Cornelia Picketing, Secretary I SSAQUAH F. O. E., AERIE No. 113 mee:s first Saturday and third Thursday of each month I.O.O.F. Hall Jack Favini, W. P.. Robt Thomlmon, Secretary RIANGLE LODGE, No. 46, K.ef Po meets first and third Tuesdy of each munCh. W.E. Gibson, Chart- etlor (mmunde:-. W. W. Sylvtlr, per of Records ami al. Issaqtlaho CILMAN LODGE No. 69, I.O.O.F. %3r meet every Friday evening. Austria Asks Place in League Counc4. Geneva, Swltzerland. -- The secre. tariat of the league of nations has received Anstria'a formal application for admission to the league. J. W. i'rancis, N.G., W.,E. Gibom Rec. Secy. Visithg brethren cordiall] i invited. R. 0. A. K E LL S Physician and Surgeon Office in Bank Building Front Street ISSAQUAH - WASHINGTON W. E. GIBSON, M.D, Physician and Surgeon Office in Bank Building Front Street ISSAQU. H W ASIIINGroN DENTIST g DI. O. A. 5HANAIAN Issaquah Office Hours: Friday, satur* day and Sunday 9 a.m. t'o 5 p.m Even- ings by appointment. Seattle Phone: Main 856. COUTTS BLOCK, ISSAQUAH Work Guaranteed 10 Years Plate Work a Specialty Caretul attention given children's tet rree txaminatlen and Priers W t Y@or Means Most perfect devel- opement of the most perfect principle of washing clothes. For Sale B J. J. Lewis BUSINESS Is the supply of human wants OUR BUSINESS is moving something for somebody all the time. Seallle-issaq00ah Auto Freight Seattle Depot: Corner Western and Marion Leave Seattle, 12:00 noon and 1:00 p,fll, '.' Issaquah. 6:00 a,m. and Geaeral Transferi Removals Isaquah Phone M442 Seattle High Point and Pr,*tm' HARRINGTON