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The lssaquah Independent VOL. X. ISSAQUAH, KING COUNTY, WASH., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1909. No. 58. I Contractor Visits Route of C. M. & P. S. Extension Mr. H. C. Henry., the contractor who built the Milwaukee railroad in Washing- ton, accompanied by a number C. M. & P. S. Ry. official wents to North Bend Monday evening to look over the route of the pro. posed Everett extension. P. I. Maloney drove the artv to Monroe where they re- turned to :Seattle via the Great Nortl{ern. It is expedied that actual construction will begin early in I9Io. Reports are also currant that round houses and shops will be located at North Bend as the helper en- gine service will be located here. Right-of-way has mearly all been pur- chased and all that remains is for the a- ual work to begin as it is reported that the contradt has been let, On the evening of the 25th a party was given at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Horracks, various games were played after which a dainty lunch was served and several selections were rendered on tile piano by Miss Marjory VanWinkle. 3ust before the midnight hour the guests departed for their homes. Those present were as follows: Misses Victoria Ek, Signa Anderson, Matjory VanWmkle, Genevieve VanWinkle, Hilda Olson, Miss Wise of Bremerton and Bertha Horracks, Mr. and Mrs. C_,oJrge Hackett, Sir. and Mrs. W. C. Sylester, Messrs. Ludwig Wold, Vere VanWinkle, Walter Palm, J. Edward Stewart, David Horracks, Albin Ek, Fred Stefani and Mr. Smith of Seattle. Carl Frederick Zeller died at Hobart Wednday, December 29th , of tubercolosis of which he had suffered for about nine months. Deceased was born in Manistee, Michigan, May 2otlN 1888 and was brought to Hobart by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Zeller in 189I. He is survived by his paxentg two sistS and two broth- ers. The funeral occurred yesterday at two p.m. Interment occurred at the Maple Valley cemetery. Rev. McMullen of lto- bart was the officiating clergyman and F. A. Fisher had charge of arrangements. Mr. Charles Anderson and Miss Dora F. Ellis of Seattle were married at 9:3 Sat- urday evening at the home of the groom's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Anderson. Rev. C. A. Owens officiated. The happy couple left Sunday morning to spend their honeymoon. Skating was enjoyed by theyoung people of Sammamish at Redmond where the overflowed meadow of the Clise dairy farmpresented a fine sheet of ice Thursday and Friday last, Gmnuh Eye Lids are easily*cured--Caustic is not necessary. Sutherland's Eagle Eye Salve is Painless a.d harmle and guaranteed to cure. Has never failed on a case, costs 25c. Sold by J. H. Gibson & Co. A. P. Burrows and wife spent Christmas with the latter's parents at Bothell return- ing home Sunday evening accompanied by Mr. Roy Severance who will spend the week with them. Messrs. Ludvig and Andrew Wold re- turned to Seattle via Renton Sunday even- ing a|ter spending a few days at home. Miss Sena Wold is spending the week at home. Mr. Gordon Prentice ate Christmas din- ner at the home of his parents in Seattle and is now entertaining his brother Rod- hey who returned from Seattle with him. $oammag Just as Good Can only be the case when it is another bottle of Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar-Honey. Every bottle the same. Look for the bell on the bottle. Sold by J. H. Gibson & Co. Developement to Follow Trades in Ixmal Property Three deals in local real estate are re- ported this week, the most important being t!m sale by I. A. Wold to Mrs. Coutts of six acres of cleared land opposite the Cath- olic church. The consideration was 258o or $43o dollars per acre. Mrs. Coutts will eredt a residence on the property and culti- vate the land. August Willeg purchased a triangular piece of land in the Upper tracts east of the pr _operty of Andrew Lotto. The piece contains about two acres, now wholly un- improved. The price was 325 . F. G. Alford bought two lots adjoining his residence property from H.S. Upper for $I5o. Mr. Alford wil! probably occupy spare moments in improwng the same. "Lacey" the imported Percheron horse owned by the Fall City Percheron Horse A,ociation was awarded the silver cup and cash prize by the A. Y. P.E. as the best Percheron horse in the state. The prize was taken to Fall City Tuesday by Commissioner A. L. Rutherford. Rev. L Walton "lerry, Secretary of the Baptist Convention of Western Washing- ton, will preach at both services in the Baptist church Sunday. It has been some years since he has filled the local pulpit so it is hoped that a large attendance at both services will be. presnt. F. N. Fraser of Kirkland called on The Independent Wednesday. Mr. Fraserlaofes that Issaquah is much more lively now that at the time of his visit here year ago and is planning to invest here should a lavorable opportunity present itselL Mr. Barzee delivered a load of three ricks of fine fir wood to this office Monday. The wood was cut from a large live hr, straight-grained and drier than usual for thi seasou. Ddes io: thi may be left at the post otEz:e. Mr. T.J. Lenover of Sumner arrived Sat- urday evening to spend the week with his son-in-law Mr. E. L. Barzee, a recent set- tier in the uppe valley. Mr. Lenover was accompanied by his son Warren and daughter Edith. The advance in the price of Grand Ridge coal reported last week seems to have been almost entirely absorbed by transportation as Mr. Reynolds assures us that the price at the mine is not ma- terially higher. Mr. and Mrs. John Croston who have been visiting at the home of Mr. Friend. left for Everett Sunday. Mrs. Croston was formerly Miss Hester Robertson of this place. During the last four days the out-bound railroad traffic included: Coal ................... 26 cars Logs ................... ax Lumber (on flat carsl .... o " Cottonwood ............ o " AuUsep destroy disease germs, Dr. Bell's Anti-Pain is an antiseptic remedy for external and internal pains, relief is almost instantenous. Sold by J. H. Gibson & Co. Mr. and Mrs. Hall and the latter's son Leo Goebel returned to their home in Bal- lard Wednesday after spending several days visiting relatives here. Miss M. Wise of Bremerton who has been visiting Miss Esther Ek returned to her home Wednesday. She was accom- panied by Mr. Charlc's Ek. Wo0d Gak Dry maple and big fir, try a load and you will want another. Leave your order at the post office or Cubbon's. DIENrI/" DR. WILL T. MARTIN wo,, a  ISSAQUAH . Ill i II i ADVERTISING Did it Ever Occur to You that  dvmtst a u ually an invitation to part with your money, while a" bank adver- tisement is a suggestion that you save it. The first of. the year is at hand. Why not start an account with the Bank of lssaquah Chas. B. Backman THE TgU..0100 is always ready to sell you a NEW SUIT or OVER- COAT that will fit both body and purse. and also renew your old ones. he is still selling MEN'S FURNISHINGS ] at the old stand on Main street HOTEL STOCKHOLM BLDG. Horse Blankets .'. Lap Robes Covers .'. Storm Aprons ALL GOODS THAT YOU NEED NOW GET QUALrrY AND HONEST PRICES by dealing wRh FRED CUSSAC The lssaquah Independent VOL. X. ISSAQUAH, KING COUNTY, WASH., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1909. No. 58. I Contractor Visits Route of C. M. & P. S. Extension Mr. H. C. Henry., the contractor who built the Milwaukee railroad in Washing- ton, accompanied by a number C. M. & P. S. Ry. official wents to North Bend Monday evening to look over the route of the pro. posed Everett extension. P. I. Maloney drove the artv to Monroe where they re- turned to :Seattle via the Great Nortl{ern. It is expedied that actual construction will begin early in I9Io. Reports are also currant that round houses and shops will be located at North Bend as the helper en- gine service will be located here. Right-of-way has mearly all been pur- chased and all that remains is for the a- ual work to begin as it is reported that the contradt has been let, On the evening of the 25th a party was given at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Horracks, various games were played after which a dainty lunch was served and several selections were rendered on tile piano by Miss Marjory VanWinkle. 3ust before the midnight hour the guests departed for their homes. Those present were as follows: Misses Victoria Ek, Signa Anderson, Matjory VanWmkle, Genevieve VanWinkle, Hilda Olson, Miss Wise of Bremerton and Bertha Horracks, Mr. and Mrs. C_,oJrge Hackett, Sir. and Mrs. W. C. Sylester, Messrs. Ludwig Wold, Vere VanWinkle, Walter Palm, J. Edward Stewart, David Horracks, Albin Ek, Fred Stefani and Mr. Smith of Seattle. Carl Frederick Zeller died at Hobart Wednday, December 29th , of tubercolosis of which he had suffered for about nine months. Deceased was born in Manistee, Michigan, May 2otlN 1888 and was brought to Hobart by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Zeller in 189I. He is survived by his paxentg two sistS and two broth- ers. The funeral occurred yesterday at two p.m. Interment occurred at the Maple Valley cemetery. Rev. McMullen of lto- bart was the officiating clergyman and F. A. Fisher had charge of arrangements. Mr. Charles Anderson and Miss Dora F. Ellis of Seattle were married at 9:3 Sat- urday evening at the home of the groom's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Anderson. Rev. C. A. Owens officiated. The happy couple left Sunday morning to spend their honeymoon. Skating was enjoyed by theyoung people of Sammamish at Redmond where the overflowed meadow of the Clise dairy farmpresented a fine sheet of ice Thursday and Friday last, Gmnuh Eye Lids are easily*cured--Caustic is not necessary. Sutherland's Eagle Eye Salve is Painless a.d harmle and guaranteed to cure. Has never failed on a case, costs 25c. Sold by J. H. Gibson & Co. A. P. Burrows and wife spent Christmas with the latter's parents at Bothell return- ing home Sunday evening accompanied by Mr. Roy Severance who will spend the week with them. Messrs. Ludvig and Andrew Wold re- turned to Seattle via Renton Sunday even- ing a|ter spending a few days at home. Miss Sena Wold is spending the week at home. Mr. Gordon Prentice ate Christmas din- ner at the home of his parents in Seattle and is now entertaining his brother Rod- hey who returned from Seattle with him. $oammag Just as Good Can only be the case when it is another bottle of Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar-Honey. Every bottle the same. Look for the bell on the bottle. Sold by J. H. Gibson & Co. Developement to Follow Trades in Ixmal Property Three deals in local real estate are re- ported this week, the most important being t!m sale by I. A. Wold to Mrs. Coutts of six acres of cleared land opposite the Cath- olic church. The consideration was 258o or $43o dollars per acre. Mrs. Coutts will eredt a residence on the property and culti- vate the land. August Willeg purchased a triangular piece of land in the Upper tracts east of the pr _operty of Andrew Lotto. The piece contains about two acres, now wholly un- improved. The price was 325 . F. G. Alford bought two lots adjoining his residence property from H.S. Upper for $I5o. Mr. Alford wil! probably occupy spare moments in improwng the same. "Lacey" the imported Percheron horse owned by the Fall City Percheron Horse A,ociation was awarded the silver cup and cash prize by the A. Y. P.E. as the best Percheron horse in the state. The prize was taken to Fall City Tuesday by Commissioner A. L. Rutherford. Rev. L Walton "lerry, Secretary of the Baptist Convention of Western Washing- ton, will preach at both services in the Baptist church Sunday. It has been some years since he has filled the local pulpit so it is hoped that a large attendance at both services will be. presnt. F. N. Fraser of Kirkland called on The Independent Wednesday. Mr. Fraserlaofes that Issaquah is much more lively now that at the time of his visit here year ago and is planning to invest here should a lavorable opportunity present itselL Mr. Barzee delivered a load of three ricks of fine fir wood to this office Monday. The wood was cut from a large live hr, straight-grained and drier than usual for thi seasou. Ddes io: thi may be left at the post otEz:e. Mr. T.J. Lenover of Sumner arrived Sat- urday evening to spend the week with his son-in-law Mr. E. L. Barzee, a recent set- tier in the uppe valley. Mr. Lenover was accompanied by his son Warren and daughter Edith. The advance in the price of Grand Ridge coal reported last week seems to have been almost entirely absorbed by transportation as Mr. Reynolds assures us that the price at the mine is not ma- terially higher. Mr. and Mrs. John Croston who have been visiting at the home of Mr. Friend. left for Everett Sunday. Mrs. Croston was formerly Miss Hester Robertson of this place. During the last four days the out-bound railroad traffic included: Coal ................... 26 cars Logs ................... ax Lumber (on flat carsl .... o " Cottonwood ............ o " AuUsep destroy disease germs, Dr. Bell's Anti-Pain is an antiseptic remedy for external and internal pains, relief is almost instantenous. Sold by J. H. Gibson & Co. Mr. and Mrs. Hall and the latter's son Leo Goebel returned to their home in Bal- lard Wednesday after spending several days visiting relatives here. Miss M. Wise of Bremerton who has been visiting Miss Esther Ek returned to her home Wednesday. She was accom- panied by Mr. Charlc's Ek. Wo0d Gak Dry maple and big fir, try a load and you will want another. Leave your order at the post office or Cubbon's. DIENrI/" DR. WILL T. MARTIN wo,, a  ISSAQUAH . Ill i II i ADVERTISING Did it Ever Occur to You that  dvmtst a u ually an invitation to part with your money, while a" bank adver- tisement is a suggestion that you save it. The first of. the year is at hand. Why not start an account with the Bank of lssaquah Chas. B. Backman THE TgU..0100 is always ready to sell you a NEW SUIT or OVER- COAT that will fit both body and purse. and also renew your old ones. he is still selling MEN'S FURNISHINGS ] at the old stand on Main street HOTEL STOCKHOLM BLDG. Horse Blankets .'. Lap Robes Covers .'. Storm Aprons ALL GOODS THAT YOU NEED NOW GET QUALrrY AND HONEST PRICES by dealing wRh FRED CUSSAC