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THE ISSAQILAIt PRESS s TAKE YOUR CHOICE We have Shoes and Slippers For all occasions. We have SLIPPERS of every shade. No doubt you will be able to find a pair here to match your evening gown We have high SHOES as well as low. Come in and look over our stock Fred Cussac, "The Home of Good Shoes" I II BA3KETBALI: LEAGUE ORGLNIZED HERE About twenty representative' basketball men met at the Town Hall in this city Wednesday eve- ning and organized a basketball ]vice-president, Byron payne, of i Preston. These three officers, together with R. R. Boyd, Kirk- land and Oscar Shobert, Issa- quah, were constituted an execu- tive committee. As a committee on by-laws, Prof. Clark, T. O. Hoaglund, J. R. Harn of Ori!la, and Byron league, t Payne were elected. Six team were represented, as It is expected to be able to be- follows: North Bend Eagles, Is-l gin playing about the second saquah, Snoqualmie, Preston, Bothell and Orilla. It is expcted two more clubs will be secured to make an eight club league. Paul C. Hipke acted as chair- man of the meeting and Joseph Yourglich secretary. The perm- anent officers selected are, pres- ident, Prof. Clark, Issaquah; sec- retary, O. T. Hoaglund, Seattle; 'i" he ISSAQUAH PRESS M. A. Boydon, Editor and Publisher r Snbseription $1.50 a year in advance PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY @@.l.@@g@@@@@@ @@@@ @@@ @@ @@':" .- PRESTON . . Last Friday eve was the open- ing of the P. A. C. basket ball game, two games were played by four home teams. There was real Hawaiian music, Red Cross demonstration by some of the la- dies, a good collection taken, re- freshments served and a good time was had by all Mrs. Bergstrom returned home Sunday bringing her grandson Bertyl Peterson with her. He has been in Ballard a couple of months Four homes hereare now quar- rantined for scarlet fever; the la- test patient is Algot Nygren nine year old son of 0. Nygren The planing mill is running this week afer several weeks shut down Mrs. E. Hybeck was a morning passenger to Seattle Monday Fred Erickson is on the sick list, he went to Seattle Wednes- day to consult a physician Gladys Smith of Tacoma spent a couple of days here visiting Laura Edwins A very pleasant surprise party week in December. . i was held in the Hall Library Issaquah s not sure of havlngt w ....  ...... en;,, , ;oo l oo - ' e" Theua =. ,,,, ,,,oo, .... - a team in tle mague y t. i , . . enby: she has two classes here, b% s are negotiating for the Ms-J it the team will be put in, under .......... .. , .. .,  !class tale r.wo classes met; mere ne supervlsOn ol ne ire ue-I ........... . aria me aote was soon set wire partment, they having decldedl ................ meeting" to back the] anY rnerIer:e?2dnwlla'Tur::: s at their last team. a token of appreciation from the m classes. All report a good time. Heaters Ranges and LORAINI= Six-hole, Enameled Range with Polished Steel Top; Black Enamel Base and Legs, without coil $ I 005.00 Strongly endorsed by all users Heaters Coal or wood, or combination coal and wood burners See them at E. J. ANDERSON'S Building Materlal There are twenty-four ladies in the two classes, W. C. T. U. A light lunch preceded the op- ening of the regular meeting of the above on Tuesday last, when very able, instructive and inter- eating addresses were given by the King county president, Mrs. Stillwell of West Seattle and Pres. Mrs. Silbaugh. Watch this paper for announce- merit of the next regular meet- ing. ,, How does Your subsoription stared? . q DI:I0000E ]]ROTHE.R5 HOTOR SERVICE and COMFORT ECONOMY with Issaquah Motor Company ;I I!; GRANGE MEETING OF SPECIAL INTEREST Officers for I92I Elected at Last Meeting There will be a meeting of the Issaquah Valley Grange next! Monday evening, November 22nd at 8 o'clock A short program appropriate to the Thanksgiving season will be given. As a fitting expression of the Thanksgiving spirit the members will contribute of their supply of fruit, vegetables and canned goods, which will be sent to the Washington Children's Home. Others than Grange members wishing to give to this worthy cause may leave donations at the Grange store at any time up to November 23rd. At the last regular meeting the following officers were elect- ed to serve during 1921, to be in- stalled at the first meeting in the new year: Master, C. J. Sween. Secretary, Severn Sween. Lecturer, Mrs. W. J. Lewis jr. Overseer, Bert Vandemeer. Stewart, Earl Hall. Gate keeper, Charlie Alice. Treasurer, J. H. Gibson. Chaplin, Mrs. James Peterson. Assistant stewart, Dick Bush. Lady assistant stewart, Miss Dorothy Hailstone. Two candidates were given the third and fourth degrees. Lunch was served by the sport commit- tee. Parents.Teachers Meeting The regular November meeting of the Parents-Teachers Asoscia- tion will be held next Tuesday, November 28rd at the High School Auditorium at 8 o'clock. Miss Rose Glass of the Frank- lin high school will talk on girls' amusements and sports. Miss Glass' varied experiences make her a valuable community work- er. A good musical program is be- ing prepared and refreshments will be served by the Campfire girls. A special invitation is ex- tended to the girls and their mothers. 11 HOBART N!W$.. Mr. and Mr W. W. Hitchcock motored to Seattle Tuesday Miss Ida Foss returned to her school work after an enforced ab- mnce of two weeks on account of llness Matt Hines has bought the pro- erty opposite the store and s re- modeling it preparatory to start- mga meat market Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Heckel and son Paul, motored to Snohomish Sunday returning Monday morn- ing Mr. sad Mrs. Joe Reddington who have spent the last two months at Cumberland. have re- turned to Hobart Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Viele of Snohomish visited Hobar one day last week. [he Vie!es used t, sell drs goots over the country but this s ',mince ,pvlei Up a store in .-.,,,x,.nt,:h a',. have i been re, v s ,ce,s.-:,ui Miss i)ora K,,aiace leiLThur- iday :'-;l" lie;" i:,,:,:t- .:ii::; t-.ot;. ter an Xi.e: .t-tl visil ,ILh MI% i W Vi. i tct,c,)c:, ! Mr. a:d Mrs. ',, e tlu,:d arid [fam:) motored to :,eatle Satin- day and spent fine day hopping The mill was shu down Satur- day on account of a shortage of togs. lssaquah Market d. H. Finney, Prop An Up-to-date Meat Market Always supplied with a vari. ety of Wholesome Meats lssaquah, Washington Would You like a Piece of Ground Where You Cen Rais.:00 a Garden and Fruit and Keep Chickens, a Cow and You Do I Advise You to Buy Now. For the past two years shrewd buyers have been up the large tracts in and near Issaquah, and if at the same rate, there will b':' no chance for you to the ground floor" by this time next year. I base statement on the fact that during the past eight sold more good, available, reaombly priced land in Issaquah than now remains to be sold of such wait too long you will have to pay what would now ered an unreasonable price. Drop in and let us talk it over. If there is following list that appeals to you, may be 1 can find thing else. 10 acres of real good land, mostly bottom, for cash. Considerable clearing and remainder quite Only  of a mile from my office. 5 acres close in with quite a lot of clearing for l Nearly all good soil and good spring. $300.00 down. 2 acres just one block off Mill Street for $1000. able clearing. 5 acres within four blocks of my office for down. 6 acres within five blocks of my office $825. Somewhat rough but very little gravel. 3 acres on Newport road about two miles out for Fair house, horse, chickens, fruit trees, water piped school bus and telephone. All cash. A number of 2acre tracts, 4 to 5 blocks from my $250 and 300.00 per tract. 25.00 down. Very choice 107x133 foot corner in the for $550. 100.00 down. Cleared and some fruit other choice residence lots in same addition on very Very rich 61x120 foot corner in Upper's for $350. 00. 50.00 down. Two dwelling houses in the McCloskey $1200.00, and $1300.00. 20 acres good up land within two miles of mY $1000.00. $100.00 down. Quite a bit of timber. C. R, The Real rstate Issaqt, ah, Washington Renton Undertakers TACHELL & SUN Owners of the fireenwood Cemelerq Perpetual Care for All Lots Have just put in a New BuiCk bix Ambulanc For the Use of the Public 3 Minutes service to Issaquah 50 Minute service to Fall City Hour and 30 Minute to Snoqualmie and North Bend Day and Night Calls Promptly Attended to Phone 55, Boys' Suits- ! for sole at A Low riCAore I i ill JOHN HOLME The StoreForlWen ,OU We supply the finest of both and you won't be ted, no matter what order you lefive at Our Sanitary Market We handle such a variety of choice cuts yo0 always find "something different" to select. Try us Meats of Qua//t Fischer's Market THE ISSAQILAIt PRESS s TAKE YOUR CHOICE We have Shoes and Slippers For all occasions. We have SLIPPERS of every shade. No doubt you will be able to find a pair here to match your evening gown We have high SHOES as well as low. Come in and look over our stock Fred Cussac, "The Home of Good Shoes" I II BA3KETBALI: LEAGUE ORGLNIZED HERE About twenty representative' basketball men met at the Town Hall in this city Wednesday eve- ning and organized a basketball ]vice-president, Byron payne, of i Preston. These three officers, together with R. R. Boyd, Kirk- land and Oscar Shobert, Issa- quah, were constituted an execu- tive committee. As a committee on by-laws, Prof. Clark, T. O. Hoaglund, J. R. Harn of Ori!la, and Byron league, t Payne were elected. Six team were represented, as It is expected to be able to be- follows: North Bend Eagles, Is-l gin playing about the second saquah, Snoqualmie, Preston, Bothell and Orilla. It is expcted two more clubs will be secured to make an eight club league. Paul C. Hipke acted as chair- man of the meeting and Joseph Yourglich secretary. The perm- anent officers selected are, pres- ident, Prof. Clark, Issaquah; sec- retary, O. T. Hoaglund, Seattle; 'i" he ISSAQUAH PRESS M. A. Boydon, Editor and Publisher r Snbseription $1.50 a year in advance PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY @@.l.@@g@@@@@@ @@@@ @@@ @@ @@':" .- PRESTON . . Last Friday eve was the open- ing of the P. A. C. basket ball game, two games were played by four home teams. There was real Hawaiian music, Red Cross demonstration by some of the la- dies, a good collection taken, re- freshments served and a good time was had by all Mrs. Bergstrom returned home Sunday bringing her grandson Bertyl Peterson with her. He has been in Ballard a couple of months Four homes hereare now quar- rantined for scarlet fever; the la- test patient is Algot Nygren nine year old son of 0. Nygren The planing mill is running this week afer several weeks shut down Mrs. E. Hybeck was a morning passenger to Seattle Monday Fred Erickson is on the sick list, he went to Seattle Wednes- day to consult a physician Gladys Smith of Tacoma spent a couple of days here visiting Laura Edwins A very pleasant surprise party week in December. . i was held in the Hall Library Issaquah s not sure of havlngt w ....  ...... en;,, , ;oo l oo - ' e" Theua =. ,,,, ,,,oo, .... - a team in tle mague y t. i , . . enby: she has two classes here, b% s are negotiating for the Ms-J it the team will be put in, under .......... .. , .. .,  !class tale r.wo classes met; mere ne supervlsOn ol ne ire ue-I ........... . aria me aote was soon set wire partment, they having decldedl ................ meeting" to back the] anY rnerIer:e?2dnwlla'Tur::: s at their last team. a token of appreciation from the m classes. All report a good time. Heaters Ranges and LORAINI= Six-hole, Enameled Range with Polished Steel Top; Black Enamel Base and Legs, without coil $ I 005.00 Strongly endorsed by all users Heaters Coal or wood, or combination coal and wood burners See them at E. J. ANDERSON'S Building Materlal There are twenty-four ladies in the two classes, W. C. T. U. A light lunch preceded the op- ening of the regular meeting of the above on Tuesday last, when very able, instructive and inter- eating addresses were given by the King county president, Mrs. Stillwell of West Seattle and Pres. Mrs. Silbaugh. Watch this paper for announce- merit of the next regular meet- ing. ,, How does Your subsoription stared? . q DI:I0000E ]]ROTHE.R5 HOTOR SERVICE and COMFORT ECONOMY with Issaquah Motor Company ;I I!; GRANGE MEETING OF SPECIAL INTEREST Officers for I92I Elected at Last Meeting There will be a meeting of the Issaquah Valley Grange next! Monday evening, November 22nd at 8 o'clock A short program appropriate to the Thanksgiving season will be given. As a fitting expression of the Thanksgiving spirit the members will contribute of their supply of fruit, vegetables and canned goods, which will be sent to the Washington Children's Home. Others than Grange members wishing to give to this worthy cause may leave donations at the Grange store at any time up to November 23rd. At the last regular meeting the following officers were elect- ed to serve during 1921, to be in- stalled at the first meeting in the new year: Master, C. J. Sween. Secretary, Severn Sween. Lecturer, Mrs. W. J. Lewis jr. Overseer, Bert Vandemeer. Stewart, Earl Hall. Gate keeper, Charlie Alice. Treasurer, J. H. Gibson. Chaplin, Mrs. James Peterson. Assistant stewart, Dick Bush. Lady assistant stewart, Miss Dorothy Hailstone. Two candidates were given the third and fourth degrees. Lunch was served by the sport commit- tee. Parents.Teachers Meeting The regular November meeting of the Parents-Teachers Asoscia- tion will be held next Tuesday, November 28rd at the High School Auditorium at 8 o'clock. Miss Rose Glass of the Frank- lin high school will talk on girls' amusements and sports. Miss Glass' varied experiences make her a valuable community work- er. A good musical program is be- ing prepared and refreshments will be served by the Campfire girls. A special invitation is ex- tended to the girls and their mothers. 11 HOBART N!W$.. Mr. and Mr W. W. Hitchcock motored to Seattle Tuesday Miss Ida Foss returned to her school work after an enforced ab- mnce of two weeks on account of llness Matt Hines has bought the pro- erty opposite the store and s re- modeling it preparatory to start- mga meat market Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Heckel and son Paul, motored to Snohomish Sunday returning Monday morn- ing Mr. sad Mrs. Joe Reddington who have spent the last two months at Cumberland. have re- turned to Hobart Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Viele of Snohomish visited Hobar one day last week. [he Vie!es used t, sell drs goots over the country but this s ',mince ,pvlei Up a store in .-.,,,x,.nt,:h a',. have i been re, v s ,ce,s.-:,ui Miss i)ora K,,aiace leiLThur- iday :'-;l" lie;" i:,,:,:t- .:ii::; t-.ot;. ter an Xi.e: .t-tl visil ,ILh MI% i W Vi. i tct,c,)c:, ! Mr. a:d Mrs. ',, e tlu,:d arid [fam:) motored to :,eatle Satin- day and spent fine day hopping The mill was shu down Satur- day on account of a shortage of togs. lssaquah Market d. H. Finney, Prop An Up-to-date Meat Market Always supplied with a vari. ety of Wholesome Meats lssaquah, Washington Would You like a Piece of Ground Where You Cen Rais.:00 a Garden and Fruit and Keep Chickens, a Cow and You Do I Advise You to Buy Now. For the past two years shrewd buyers have been up the large tracts in and near Issaquah, and if at the same rate, there will b':' no chance for you to the ground floor" by this time next year. I base statement on the fact that during the past eight sold more good, available, reaombly priced land in Issaquah than now remains to be sold of such wait too long you will have to pay what would now ered an unreasonable price. Drop in and let us talk it over. If there is following list that appeals to you, may be 1 can find thing else. 10 acres of real good land, mostly bottom, for cash. Considerable clearing and remainder quite Only  of a mile from my office. 5 acres close in with quite a lot of clearing for l Nearly all good soil and good spring. $300.00 down. 2 acres just one block off Mill Street for $1000. able clearing. 5 acres within four blocks of my office for down. 6 acres within five blocks of my office $825. Somewhat rough but very little gravel. 3 acres on Newport road about two miles out for Fair house, horse, chickens, fruit trees, water piped school bus and telephone. All cash. A number of 2acre tracts, 4 to 5 blocks from my $250 and 300.00 per tract. 25.00 down. Very choice 107x133 foot corner in the for $550. 100.00 down. Cleared and some fruit other choice residence lots in same addition on very Very rich 61x120 foot corner in Upper's for $350. 00. 50.00 down. Two dwelling houses in the McCloskey $1200.00, and $1300.00. 20 acres good up land within two miles of mY $1000.00. $100.00 down. Quite a bit of timber. C. R, The Real rstate Issaqt, ah, Washington Renton Undertakers TACHELL & SUN Owners of the fireenwood Cemelerq Perpetual Care for All Lots Have just put in a New BuiCk bix Ambulanc For the Use of the Public 3 Minutes service to Issaquah 50 Minute service to Fall City Hour and 30 Minute to Snoqualmie and North Bend Day and Night Calls Promptly Attended to Phone 55, Boys' Suits- ! for sole at A Low riCAore I i ill JOHN HOLME The StoreForlWen ,OU We supply the finest of both and you won't be ted, no matter what order you lefive at Our Sanitary Market We handle such a variety of choice cuts yo0 always find "something different" to select. Try us Meats of Qua//t Fischer's Market