Kirkland and Eastside Time Line
Compiled By Dale Hawkinson from the East Side Journal Newspaper Index by Alan Stein
ESJ Issue Date Description Page#
July 25, 1918 ANDERSON STEAMBOAT CO HAS A NEW MANAGER (REED, THOMAS) 1
July 25, 1918 MR AND MRS C L PARRISH 1
July 25, 1918 STATEMENT CONCERNING JOURNAL AND EDITOR (CHAMBERS, WILLIAM E) 2
July 25, 1918 KIRKLAND GARAGE MAN RETIRES FROM BUSINESS (BLAU, EDDIE) 1
July 25, 1918 LOCAL FUEL SITUATION MAY BE SERIOUS 1
July 25, 1918 THE FUTURE CITIZEN (PROSPERO, O) 3
July 25, 1918 MARSHALL PATTY SEEKS BREAKER OF P.O. WINDOW 1
July 25, 1918 EAST SIDE BOY WOUNDED ON THE BATTLE FIELD (HANKS, CLAUDE) 1
July 25, 1918 ANDREWS, FOREST 1
July 25, 1918 ARANT, ARTHUR 1
July 25, 1918 MARSHALL PATTY SEEKS BREAKER OF P.O. WINDOW 1
July 25, 1918 STATEMENT CONCERNING JOURNAL AND EDITOR (FIRST EASTSIDE JOURNAL) 2
July 25, 1918 KIRKLAND DRY AS DUST 1
July 25, 1918 PAVING CREW TO REACH KIRKLAND NEXT MONTH 1
July 25, 1918 LOCAL FUEL SITUATION MAY BE SERIOUS 1
August 1, 1918 EZRA MEEKER OFFERS GARDEN 1
August 1, 1918 EXCELLENT FACULTY FOR SCHOOLS NEXT YEAR 1
August 1, 1918 GRAVELED STREET WILL SAVE MONEY TO SCHOOL DISTRICT 1
August 1, 1918 LOCAL SCHOOL FACES DEFICIT 1
August 1, 1918 IMPROVEMENTS AND TOWN GARBAGE ARE DISCUSSED 1
August 1, 1918 EARL ETZLER SEES ACTIVE WAR SERVICE IN FRANCE 1
August 1, 1918 ED MCEVERS KILLED ON LIBERTY'S BATTLE LINE 1
August 1, 1918 KIRKLAND BOY SAYS HE LIKES LIFE IN THE TRENCHES (BROOKS, HENRY) 1
August 1, 1918 JACOBSON, EDWIN 6
August 1, 1918 MCEVERS, ED 1
August 1, 1918 GRAVELED STREET WILL SAVE MONEY TO SCHOOL DISTRICT 1
August 1, 1918 PRODUCE DRYING FOR WAR TIMES 1
August 8, 1918 J G ROBINSON WITH HIS FORDSON AND PLOW (PHOTO) 1
August 8, 1918 ANDERSON YARDS ARE RECOGNIZED 1
August 8, 1918 NO MORE FORD CARS UNTIL AFTER THE WAR 1
August 8, 1918 KIRKLAND MUSICIANS WILL ORGANIZE BIG BRASS BAND 1
August 8, 1918 EAST SIDE MAN REPORTED AMONG THOSE MISSING (MANNY, HUGH) 1
August 8, 1918 FERRY LINCOLN BREAKS RECORD (RECEIPTS) 1
August 8, 1918 WATER MAIN CONTRACT AWARDED TO CHURCHILL 1
August 8, 1918 MARY WHALEN, GEORGE W RONCHETTI 1
August 15, 1918 THE SLITER-PEDERSEN PARTY AT THE MEXICAN BOUNDARY (PHOTO) 6
August 15, 1918 LAND COMPANY TO PARK WATER FRONT 1
August 15, 1918 BURGLARS HELP THEMSELVES TO STOCK IN DRUG STORE 1
August 15, 1918 FAMILY TROUBLE ENDS WITH BOTH IN JAIL (KRUSE) 1
August 15, 1918 THIEVES HAVE LUNCH THEN ROB GROCERY 1
August 15, 1918 EAST SIDE WILL HOLD MEMORIAL FOR MCEVERS 1
August 15, 1918 KIRKLAND BOY NOW AVIATOR (GILBERT, ERNEST R) 1
August 15, 1918 FILINGS CLOSE FOR KING COUNTY PRIMARY 1
August 15, 1918 STEAMER OSPREY STICKS IN MUD IN LAKE WASHINGTON 1
August 15, 1918 CHANGE IN WATER MAIN PLANS 1
August 22, 1918 BIG DEMAND FOR KIRKLAND HOMES 1
August 22, 1918 BIG DEMAND FOR KIRKLAND HOMES 1
August 22, 1918 COUNCIL TO HAVE BIG MASS MEETING 1
August 22, 1918 TOWN COUNCIL AUTHORIZED MORE CITY IMPROVEMENTS 1
August 22, 1918 DURKOOP, MRS C H 6
August 22, 1918 SIDELL, CUSTER 6
August 22, 1918 EAST SIDER WOULD GO TO STATE LEGISLATURE (WALTERS, EARL) 1
August 22, 1918 REGISTER BEFORE SEPTEMBER 1, OR YOU CAN NOT VOTE 1
August 22, 1918 LOCAL DODGE CAR MADE RECORD CONSUMPTION RUN 1
August 22, 1918 BUSINESS STREET TO BE PAVED BEFORE FALL RAINS 1
August 22, 1918 KIRKLAND PAYS TRIBUTE TO MEMORY OF HER DEAD 1
August 29, 1918 TO LAUNCH "OLEANDER" AT THE SHIPYARD SATURDAY 1
August 29, 1918 HIGH TRIBUTE GIVEN KIRKLAND BOY BY HIS EMPLOYER (FARMER, GEORGE) 1
August 29, 1918 TEACHERS AND PUPILS ARE READY FOR SCHOOL TUESDAY 1
August 29, 1918 EAST SIDE UNIONS WILL PARADE ON LABOR DAY 1
August 29, 1918 EAST SIDE UNIONS WILL PARADE ON LABOR DAY 1
August 29, 1918 MOTT, MARY M 1
August 29, 1918 BE A REAL CITIZEN - REGISTER AT ONCE 1
August 29, 1918 PATRIOTIC CITIZENS' MEETING AROUSES LOCAL ENTHUSIASM 1
September 5, 1918 ANDERSON LAUNCHES STEAMSHIP OLEANDER 1
September 5, 1918 FORBES RESIDENCE DESTROYED BY FIRE 1
September 5, 1918 EAST SIDE SCHOOLS OPEN 1
September 5, 1918 FORBES RESIDENCE DESTROYED BY FIRE 1
September 5, 1918 LOCAL LAD WOUNDED IN BATTLE WITH HUNS (FISH, HARRY) 1
September 5, 1918 REGISTRATION REQUIRED FOR MEN 18 TO 45 YEARS 1
September 5, 1918 HUFFMAN, LENNA G 1
September 12, 1918 US INSPECTORS VISIT SHIPYARDS 1
September 12, 1918 CLARK NETTLETON BUYS P-I 1
September 12, 1918 LOCAL PHYSICIAN MADE CAPTAIN (BALDWIN, L BLAKE) 1
September 12, 1918 GAME COMMISSION TO PROTECT PHEASANTS 1
September 12, 1918 STRINGER WINS EASY VICTORY (SHERIFF) 1
September 12, 1918 MANY REGISTER FOR WAR SERVICE 1
September 12, 1918 CLARK NETTLETON BUYS P-I 1
September 12, 1918 CHANCES TO GET (FERRY) WASHINGTON SLIM 1
September 12, 1918 FERRY DOCKS ALMOST COMPLETED AND READY TO USE 4
September 12, 1918 HIGHWAY PAVING CONTRACT SUB-LET 1
September 12, 1918 ROSE HILL RALLY A BIG SUCCESS 1
September 12, 1918 SOLDIERS FROM FRANCE VISIT KIRKLAND 1
September 19, 1918 FRENCH GOVERNMENT BUYS TWO SHIPS 1
September 19, 1918 MCINTYRE TRIES TO ENTER TANK SERVICE 1
September 19, 1918 JOURNAL OFFERS $25.00 IN CASH TO HIGH SCHOOL BOYS AND GIRLS 1
September 19, 1918 FOOTBALL TEAM PLANNED FOR HI 1
September 19, 1918 SHIPBUILDERS UNION IS ACTIVE ORGANIZATION 1
September 19, 1918 QUESTIONNAIRES TO COME AT ONCE 1
September 19, 1918 LOCAL GROUPS ORGAINZED FOR PATRIOTIC WORK 1
September 19, 1918 JOURNAL OFFERS $25.00 IN CASH TO HIGH SCHOOL BOYS AND GIRLS 1
September 19, 1918 FOOTBALL TEAM PLANNED FOR HI 1
September 19, 1918 PASTORS CHANGED IN METHODIST CHURCHES 1
September 19, 1918 LOCAL GROUPS ORGAINZED FOR PATRIOTIC WORK 1
September 26, 1918 J G ROBINSON AND HIS VICTIM (PHOTO OF BEAR) 3
September 26, 1918 COUNCIL HAS LIVELY PLAN 1
September 26, 1918 WOODRUFF, FOREST 1
September 26, 1918 LOCAL RED CROSS NEEDS MORE WORKERS 1
September 26, 1918 KIRKLAND'S NEW PASTOR PLEASES THE PEOPLE (GAILEY, REV R A) 1
September 26, 1918 CHANGE OF PURSERS ON FERRY LINCOLN 1
September 26, 1918 EAST SIDE GIVEN LIBERTY LOAN QUOTA 1
October 3, 1918 SHIPBUILDER AGAIN INJURED WHILE OPERATING SAW (EAGON, HARRY) 1
October 3, 1918 JACKSON THEATRE TO OPEN UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT (RING, J E) 5
October 3, 1918 NEW MECHANIC AT ROBINSON'S 1
October 3, 1918 MORE MONEY OR NO WORK SAY LINCOLN DECK HANDS 1
October 3, 1918 BARTLESON, EMILY MAY 1
October 3, 1918 CURTIS, J F 1
October 3, 1918 BONE-DRY LAW IS REFERRED TO VOTERS NOV 5 1
October 3, 1918 MORE MONEY OR NO WORK SAY LINCOLN DECK HANDS 1
October 3, 1918 KIRKLAND PASSES QUOTA IN LIBERTY LOAN DRIVE 1
October 10, 1918 RING THEATRE READY TO OPEN TO THE PUBLIC 1
October 10, 1918 ALL EAST SIDE MEETINGS FORBIDDEN BY CO PHYSICIAN (SPANISH FLU) 1
October 10, 1918 COMMISSIONERS GRANT CREW DESIRED WAGE INCREASE 1
October 10, 1918 MCINTYRE GARAGE ENTERED BY AUTOMOBILE THIEVES 1
October 10, 1918 CHRISTIE, E G 1
October 10, 1918 NELSON, ANDREW 1
October 10, 1918 TEW, RAYMOND 1
October 10, 1918 METHODIST ENTERTAIN IN HONOR OF NEW PASTOR 1
October 10, 1918 WSS DANCE WAS SOCIAL AND FINANCIAL SUCCESS 1
October 17, 1918 RING THEATRE - GRAND OPENING 3
October 17, 1918 FEDERAL HEALTH BOARD TELLS OF INFLUENZA CURE 1
October 17, 1918 DEATH TAKES JUANITA BOY WHILE SERVING HIS COUNTRY (CATHCART, BEN) 1
October 17, 1918 DRAFT BOARD CALLS RESIDENTS 1
October 17, 1918 SERIAL NUMBERS FOR REGISTRANTS 1
October 17, 1918 CATHCART, BEN 1
October 17, 1918 CORNEILSON, INEZ 5
October 17, 1918 KIRKLAND GOES OVER THE TOP 1
October 31, 1918 MORE HARD LUCK HITS MCINTYRE'S ACCESSORY SHOP 1
October 31, 1918 SEATTLE MEN PURCHASE LOCAL BARBER SHOP 1
October 31, 1918 COMMISSIONERS REQUEST BONDS TO MEET CO DEFICIT 1
October 31, 1918 INFLUENZA UNDER BETTER CONTROL ON EAST SIDE 1
October 31, 1918 ARMY RECOGNIZES ABILITY OF KIRKLAND LIEUTENANT (NEWELL, COLE) 1
October 31, 1918 TAKE A FINAL SWAT AT BOOZE 1
October 31, 1918 GOVERNMENT, ASSURES COAL SUPPLY TO LOCAL DEALERS 1
October 31, 1918 FORMER GERMAN PRISONER TELLS OF HUN BARBARITY (LANG, BOB) 1
November 7, 1918 AVONDALE CHICKENS WILL REGULARLY ATTEND CHURCH 1
November 7, 1918 ONE DIES AND THREE ARE PAINFULLY BURNED BY FIRE (WARFIELD) 1
November 7, 1918 LOCAL MEN WILL OPEN A NEW COAL AND WOOD YARD 1
November 7, 1918 SCHOOL IS ON AGAIN, OFF AGAIN, TO PUPILS DELIGHT (SPANISH FLU) 1
November 7, 1918 ONE DIES AND THREE ARE PAINFULLY BURNED BY FIRE (WARFIELD) 1
November 7, 1918 INFLUENZA BAN RAISED TUESDAY 1
November 7, 1918 SCHOOL IS ON AGAIN, OFF AGAIN, TO PUPILS DELIGHT (SPANISH FLU) 1
November 7, 1918 NEW PHYSICIAN LOCATES IN FORMER OFFICE OF B & F (BAKER, M) 1
November 7, 1918 GERMANY SURRENDERS TO THE ALLIES 1
November 7, 1918 REDMOND BOY IS SHOT IN FRANCE (ADAMS, ARCHIE) 1
November 7, 1918 HOFSTAD, MRS PETER 1
November 7, 1918 ROBSTAD, HJALMAR 1
November 7, 1918 STENSLAND, HAROLD 1
November 7, 1918 DEMOCRATS WIN US SENATE AND REPUBLICANS THE LOWER HOUSE 1
November 7, 1918 EAST SIDE POLLS VERY LIGHT VOTE 1
November 7, 1918 STATE SUPERINTENDENT APPEALS TO BOYS AND GIRLS 1
November 7, 1918 CAMPAIGN OPENS FOR WAR FUND FOR ARMY AND NAVY 1
November 7, 1918 PATRIOTIC MEN HAVE FLAG RAISING AT CAMPBELL'S MILL 1
November 7, 1918 SOLDIERS WIN, CITIZENS GIVE 1
November 21, 1918 KING CO AGRICULTURIST HELPS CORN RAISERS 1
November 21, 1918 HUN HELMET IS PRIZED AS TEACHER'S SOUVENIR (MILLER, LAURA) 1
November 21, 1918 OLD FRIENDS WILL GREET EAST SIDE GIRL ON SCREEN (MARTIN, VIVIAN) 6
November 21, 1918 MCINTYRE'S LUCK HITS HIM AGAIN SUNDAY 1
November 21, 1918 JUNGLE OR CEMETERY (EDITORIAL) 1
November 21, 1918 IF UNCLE SAM SHOULD WRITE THE KAISER 1
November 21, 1918 JUNGLE OR CEMETERY 1
November 21, 1918 RED CROSS LADIES WILL STAGE THANKSGIVING DANCE 1
November 21, 1918 FERRY LINCOLN CHANGES NIGHT RUN SCHEDULE 1
November 21, 1918 KIRKLAND PASSES UWW QUOTA 1
November 21, 1918 SOLDIERS WILL BE GUESTS 1
November 28, 1918 GARDNERS AND TRUCK MEN CAN NOW PLOW WITH GAS 1
November 28, 1918 CITY COUNCIL GETS BUSY 1
November 28, 1918 RED CROSS THANKSGIVING DANCE WAS GREAT SUCCESS 1
November 28, 1918 BURGLARS ENTER DRUG STORE AND OBTAIN MUCH BOOTY 1
November 28, 1918 MEN AND DOGS SEEK LOST MAN (COLEMAN, JOHN) 1
November 28, 1918 LYON, ELLA NORA 1
November 28, 1918 BONDSMEN WILL COMPLETE THE MADISON PARK DOCKS 1
November 28, 1918 NOVEMBER SEES THE LAKE SHORE DRIVE COMPLETED 1
December 5, 1918 KIRKLAND OFFICIALS ARE REELECTED WITHOUT CONTEST 1
December 5, 1918 HAPPY VALLEY GRANGERS STAGE CHRISTMAS FAIR 1
December 5, 1918 WATER FRONT WILL BE MADE FLOWER GARDEN BY SPRING 1
December 5, 1918 MASONS FIND LOST HOUGHTON MAN (COLEMAN, JOHN) 1
December 5, 1918 BEEMAN, GREEN ARNOLD 1
December 5, 1918 EVANS, MARLCITA 1
December 5, 1918 RED CROSS EFFORTS ARE NEEDED THO WAR ENDED 1
December 5, 1918 SOLDIER GUESTS PROVE TO BE FROM HOSTESS' OLD HOME (ANNEN) 1
December 19, 1918 RING THEATRE OPENS UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT SATURDAY 6
December 19, 1918 NEW RING THEATRE PROMISES KIRKLAND HIGH CLASS SHOWS 4
December 19, 1918 CHURCHES TO GIVE XMAS PROGRAMS 1
December 19, 1918 NEW VET HOSPITAL 1
December 19, 1918 PALMBERG, MRS 4
December 19, 1918 MAIL FOR KIRKLAND ROUTE CONGESTED IN LOCAL OFFICE 4
December 19, 1918 LAKE SHORE DRIVE TO BE OPENED SAT. 1
December 19, 1918 SOLDIERS WILL BE CHRISTMAS GUESTS 1
December 26, 1918 RETIRING COUNTY OFFICIAL HONORED FOR GOOD SERVICE (KNUDSEN, KRIS) 1
December 26, 1918 APPROPRIATE XMAS PROGRAMS GIVEN BY KIRKLAND CHURCHES 1
December 26, 1918 PERRIGO, WELLS 1
December 26, 1918 SLAGHT, FLORA 1
December 26, 1918 FERRY GATEMAN INJURED BY UNCONTROLLED AUTO (CHAMBERS, J F) 1
December 26, 1918 JEANNE CHATET, EARL ETZLER 1
January 2, 1919 A HANSEN IS NEW BOSS OF REPAIR WORK AT MCINTYRE'S 1
January 2, 1919 NEW GARAGE WITH YELLOW FRONT OPENS FOR BUSINESS (BLAU) 1
January 2, 1919 DONKEY'S SALE GIVES RELIEF TO MARSHAL AND NEIGHBORS 1
January 2, 1919 FIREWATER AND AUTO CREATE EXCITEMENT FOR FERRY CREW 1
January 2, 1919 FIREWATER AND AUTO CREATE EXCITEMENT FOR FERRY CREW 1
January 2, 1919 FIREWATER AND AUTO CREATE EXCITEMENT FOR FERRY CREW 1
January 2, 1919 MARGUERITE CAMPBELL, EARL ROGERS 1
January 9, 1919 CAPT BALDWIN TRANSFERRED TO CAMP LEWIS - VISITS HOME 1
January 9, 1919 SOLDIER ANXIOUS TO GET BACK TO OLD USA (STILLINGER, O R) 1
January 9, 1919 FORMER TEACHER RETURNS TO LOCAL SCHOOL (WESTOVER, FLORENCE) 1
January 16, 1919 MCINTYRE PURCHASES NEW TIRE MOUNTING MACHINE 1
January 16, 1919 EAST SIDE HEARS AND WILL ANSWER ARMENIA'S APPEAL 1
January 16, 1919 DARKNESS HINDERS NOT THE ORGANIZATION OF CITY DADS 1
January 16, 1919 THE CHRISTIANS OPPORTUNITY (GAILEY, R A) 1
January 23, 1919 TEACHERS AND TEACHERS SALARIES 1
January 23, 1919 LOCAL MEN FORM WHITE WING SQUAD TO CLEAN THE STREET 1
January 23, 1919 CO COMMISSIONERS MAKE CAPT ANDERSON PORT SUPT 1
January 23, 1919 FOWLER, MRS GEORGE 1
January 23, 1919 FORMER CARRIER RETURNS TO KIRKLAND MAIL ROUTE (REINSTED, A M) 1
January 23, 1919 FERRY LINCOLN BREAKS ALL RECORDS IN 1918 RECEIPTS 1
January 23, 1919 PHONE RATES CHANGE 1
January 23, 1919 TOWN WATER SYSTEM SHOWS BIG DIVIDENDS FOR 1918 1
January 23, 1919 WINDS PLAY HAVOC WITH LOCAL TELEPHONE SYSTEM 1
January 23, 1919 WINDS PLAY HAVOC WITH LOCAL TELEPHONE SYSTEM 1
January 30, 1919 CAPTAIN OLIVER SURPRISED BY FERRY LINCOLN CREW (BIRTHDAY) 1
January 30, 1919 H R WALTERS & CO TO OPEN NEW FEED AND GRAIN STORE 1
January 30, 1919 LOCAL GROCERS WILL CONTINUE WAR TIME CLOSING HOURS 6
January 30, 1919 ROSE HILL RED CROSS TURNS OUT QUANTITY OF WORK 1
January 30, 1919 MUST EXCAVATE TO GET HOSE CART 1
January 30, 1919 ADAMS, RENE 1
January 30, 1919 M E CHURCH TO PROVIDE NURSERY DURING SERVICES 1
January 30, 1919 OVERHEAD APPROACHES ARE NOW IN USE ON LINCOLN 1
January 30, 1919 CROSSINGS BEING REPAIRED AND GRAVELING COMPLETED 1
February 6, 1919 BUCKALLEW JOINS WALTERS IN HAY AND GRAIN STORE 1
February 6, 1919 NEW SHOE AND HARNESS SHOP SOLICITS LOCAL TRADE 1
February 6, 1919 FIRE DESTROYS GARAGE AND THREE AUTOMOBILES (MCINTYRE) 1
February 6, 1919 SMALLPOX IN KIRKLAND 1
February 6, 1919 STRIKE HAS LITTLE EFFECT ON INDUSTRIES OF EAST SIDE 1
February 6, 1919 STRIKE HAS LITTLE EFFECT ON INDUSTRIES OF EAST SIDE 1
February 13, 1919 LOCAL OFFICER RETURNS HOME AFTER SERVICE IN FRANCE (NEWELL, COLE) 1
February 13, 1919 HANSEN HAS TEMPORARY SHOP - MCINTYRE BEGINS FIRE SALE 1
February 13, 1919 MILL HAND BREAKS NECK WHILE MOUNTING A BELT 1
February 13, 1919 THE YMCA AND ITS CRITICS 1
February 13, 1919 BIG MINSTREL SHOW TO BE STAGED FEBRUARY 28 1
February 13, 1919 KIRKLAND STREETS STILL BEING IMPROVED BY COUNCIL 1
February 13, 1919 KEEP IN AT NIGHT OR THE TOWN MARSHAL WILL GET YOU 1
February 13, 1919 HEHN, HAROLD D 1
February 13, 1919 JOHNSON, CHARLES E 1
February 13, 1919 COMMISSIONER AND SUPT OF FERRY HAD TO PAY FARES 1
February 13, 1919 KIRKLAND STREETS STILL BEING IMPROVED BY COUNCIL 1
February 13, 1919 REPAIRING DAMAGES AT PLACE DONE BY RECENT STORMS 1
February 20, 1919 COUNCIL ORDERS GRASS ON STREETS - SHY AT NEW WALKS 1
February 20, 1919 COUNCIL ORDERS GRASS ON STREETS - SHY AT NEW WALKS 1
February 20, 1919 HOME BOYS ASSURED OF JOBS UPON RETURN FROM FRANCE 1
February 27, 1919 KIRKLAND POOL ROOM IS TRANSFERRED TO NEW OWNERS 1
February 27, 1919 RAPID PROGRESS IS BEING MADE ON MCINTYRE GARAGE 1
February 27, 1919 KIRKLAND LADY SUFFERS SEVER INJURIES FROM FALL (WEBB, MRS GEORGE) 1
February 27, 1919 TRAIN WRECKS AUTO AND INJURES EAST SIDE LADY 1
February 27, 1919 SCHOOL ELECTION IS ONE OF EXTRAORDINARY IMPORTANCE 1
February 27, 1919 KING COUNTY'S NEW FERRY SUPT VISITS KIRKLAND 1
February 27, 1919 KING COUNTY'S NEW FERRY SUPT VISITS KIRKLAND 1
February 27, 1919 COUNCIL GETS BUSY ON THE IMPROVEMENT OF SIDEWALKS 1
March 6, 1919 COST OF EDUCATION IN KIRKLAND FAR ABOVE AVERAGE. WHY? (WESTER, W) 1
March 6, 1919 DARK FACE MINSTRELS GOVE PLEASING SHOW AT GYM 1
March 6, 1919 MANSON, DONALD 1
March 6, 1919 OLSON, LAWRENCE 1
March 6, 1919 WILLIAMS, FLORENCE 1
March 13, 1919 A FRIEND OF THE EAST SIDE (RAMSEY, CLAUDE C) 1
March 13, 1919 SON OF KIRKLAND LADY IS GIVEN MANY PROMOTIONS (CARROLL, EDWARD C) 1
March 13, 1919 AUTO MEN WILL SHOW TRACTORS 1
March 13, 1919 BROTHERS FORM PARTNERSHIP AND WILL CONSTRUCT GARAGE (BLAU) 1
March 13, 1919 SCHOOL WILL BEGIN CLASSES FOR CITIZENSHIP APPLICANTS 1
March 13, 1919 MINSTREL PERFORMERS ARE ENTERTAINED AT DINNER 1
March 13, 1919 AUBREY, JOHN ALVIS 1
March 20, 1919 SACRED CONCERT GIVEN AT M.E. CHURCH SUNDAY EVENING 1
March 20, 1919 CONTRACTORS OPEN OFFICE IN BURKE & FARRAR BUILDING 1
March 20, 1919 DRESS SHOP IS KIRKLAND'S NEW BUSINESS ENTERPRISE 1
March 20, 1919 RED CROSS REQUESTS ALL OLD CLOTHING FOR REFUGES 1
March 20, 1919 JUVENILE CRIMES NEED ATTENTION 1
March 20, 1919 WHY NOT ALL JOIN? (COMPULSORY MEMBERSHIP IN GARDEN CLUB) 3
March 20, 1919 MINSTREL SHOW PERFORMERS ENTERTAINED 1
March 20, 1919 NEW SIDEWALK HEARING NOT COMPLETED BY COUNCIL 1
March 20, 1919 FLOURING MILL IS LATEST ANNOUNCED FOR KIRKLAND 1
March 20, 1919 JUVENILE CRIMES NEED ATTENTION 1
March 20, 1919 MATHESON, EBBEN 1
March 20, 1919 PETERSON, CHARLES C 1
March 20, 1919 POWELL, DAVID BURR 1
March 27, 1919 EAST SIDE DAIRYMAN BUYS FAMOUS PURE BRED HOLSTEIN (OWENS, TOM) 1
March 27, 1919 FORDSON TRACTORS MAKE HIT WITH EAST SIDE FARMERS 1
March 27, 1919 RETURNED SOLDIER HONORED LAST TUESDAY EVENING (MATHER, WALDO) 1
March 27, 1919 NEW STORE WILL MOVE TO LARGER LOCATION (KIRKLAND DRY GOODS) 1
March 27, 1919 COMMUNITY SINGING TO BE ORGANIZED IN KIRKLAND 1
March 27, 1919 MILLING COMPANY PROCURES NEW MILL SITE ON RAILROAD 1
March 27, 1919 AMUNDSON, LILLIAN MAY 1
March 27, 1919 BERG, FREDERICK 1
April 3, 1919 NEW LUNCH AND CONFECTION STORE WILL OPEN SOON 1
April 3, 1919 WATCH YOUR BOYS AND GIRLS ("ROWDYISM") 1
April 3, 1919 DOCTOR REMEMBERED THAT IS WAS APRIL FOOL'S DAY 1
April 3, 1919 BOYS FOUND GUILTY AND FINED IN POLICE COURT 1
April 3, 1919 COUNTY PRISONERS ESCAPE 1
April 3, 1919 FORBES, DORR 1
April 3, 1919 MCARTHUR, NOELL T 1
April 3, 1919 MUNSON, MRS M 1
April 3, 1919 MUNSON, MRS M 6
April 3, 1919 PERRIGO, GEORGE 1
April 3, 1919 COMPLETION OF LAKE SHORE DRIVE IS BEING CONSIDERED 1
April 3, 1919 GLADYS HURLEY, CHARLES H YOUNGER 1
April 3, 1919 MISS WITTENMEYER, WALTER WILSON ELLIOTT 1
April 3, 1919 OLGA HEDIN, ROY BERRY 1
April 10, 1919 ANOTHER STORY OF A SOLDIER'S LIFE (PIKE, W N) 1
April 10, 1919 MILLING COMPANY CALLS FOR BIDS ON NEW BUILDINGS 1
April 10, 1919 CONTRACT FOR NEW GARAGE IS AWARDED TO LOCAL MEN (BLAU) 1
April 10, 1919 FORMAL OPENING OF "BUCK'S" ANNOUNCED FOR SATURDAY 1
April 10, 1919 KIRKLAND HIGH SCHOOL CLASS OF 1918-1919 (PHOTO) 1
April 10, 1919 KIRKLANDERS WILL CLEAN-UP HOMES AND STREETS NEXT WEEK 1
April 17, 1919 NO MAIL! NO PEP! SAYS SOLDIER (HAMMERSLEY, JAMES F) 1
April 17, 1919 BALKY AUTO AND FRIGHTENED HORSE CAUSE BROKEN BONES 1
April 17, 1919 CLEAN UP! PAINT UP! SPADE UP! IS KIRKLAND'S SLOGAN 1
April 17, 1919 LOCAL PATENTS WILL BE EXPLOITED BY KIRKLAND MEN (TEW) 1
April 17, 1919 EAST SIDE BOY INJURED IN EXPLOSION ON SUB-CHASER (PERRIGO, T P) 1
April 17, 1919 THORNDAHL, HENRY 1
April 17, 1919 LINCOLN RETURNS TO RUN OVERHAULED AND PAINTED 1
April 17, 1919 ANNA JOHNSON, WILLIAM L JOHNSON 1
April 17, 1919 VICTORY LOAN DRIVE WILL BEGIN MONDAY 1
April 24, 1919 FORMER KIRKLANDER GIVES HISTORY OF 91ST DIVISION 1
April 24, 1919 NEW TAILORING SHOP TO OPEN 1
April 24, 1919 SESSIONS' PLATE GLASS WAS CERTAINLY DOOMED 1
April 24, 1919 VICTORY LOAN DRIVE GAINS BUG HEADWAY ON EAST SIDE 1
April 24, 1919 WE DON'T LIKE IT MR DOBSON (SEATTLE PURSER ON FERRY LINCOLN) 2
April 24, 1919 ANOTHER PAVING HEARING IS ANNOUNCED BY COUNCIL 1
April 24, 1919 BAD WEATHER HAS LITTLE EFFECT ON LOCAL EASTER 1
April 24, 1919 CAPTURED MOONSHINER - LOCAL MEN HELP OUTFIT 6
April 24, 1919 DAVIS, A W 6
April 24, 1919 CAPTURED MOONSHINER - LOCAL MEN HELP OUTFIT 6
April 24, 1919 MISSIONARY PROGRAM WILL BE HELD ON ROSE HILL 1
April 24, 1919 BAD WEATHER HAS LITTLE EFFECT ON LOCAL EASTER 1
April 24, 1919 LOTTIE LARSON, EDWARD DONNELLY 1
May 1, 1919 JOHN CORT FARM IS SOLD 1
May 1, 1919 AUTO PAINT SHOP OPENS DOORS 1
May 1, 1919 NEW TAILORING SHOP WILL OPEN MONDAY (ANNEN, C M) 6
May 1, 1919 KIRKLAND PARK RED CROSS HAS FINE QUARTERLY REPORT 1
May 1, 1919 VICTORY LOAN LEADERS GIVE KIRKLAND'S HONOR ROLL 1
May 1, 1919 "RED RIDING HOOD" WAS VERY DECIDED SUCCESS 1
May 1, 1919 JACKMAN, JOHN E 1
May 1, 1919 RUTH RERRICK, FORREST BENNETT 1
May 8, 1919 HUN'S GAS ATTACK TURNS INTO PANIC (COLEMAN, SETH) 1
May 8, 1919 LOCAL BOY MET THE DECREPIT HUNS (BELL, MILFORD) 1
May 8, 1919 KIRKLAND MILLING CO WILL BEGIN WORK ON BUILDING 1
May 8, 1919 CLOTHES SHOP OPEN FOR LOCAL BUSINESS 1
May 8, 1919 KIRKLAND GARAGE (PHOTO) 1
May 8, 1919 VICTORY LOAN GOAL ALMOST REACHED SAYS COMMITTEE 1
May 8, 1919 TOWN OFFICIAL RESIGNS OFFICE (FISHER, JOHN) 1
May 8, 1919 ELDRIDGE, NELLIE 1
May 8, 1919 JORDAN, JOHN D 1
May 8, 1919 STEWART, ELIZABETH M 1
May 8, 1919 EAST SIDE ROAD TO BE REPAIRED 1
May 15, 1919 EAST SIDE GIRL AT RING IN PARAMOUNT PICTURE (MARTIN, VIVIAN) 6
May 15, 1919 NEW GARAGE WILL BE COMPLETED BY JUNE FIRST (BLAU) 4
May 15, 1919 KIRKLAND PASSES QUOTA IN VICTORY LOAN DRIVE 1
May 15, 1919 WILD AND WOOLY, DANCE AND GET DRUNK 1
May 15, 1919 JUANITA SCHOOL (PHOTO OF STUDENTS) 1
May 15, 1919 EAST SIDE GIRL AT RING IN PARAMOUNT PICTURE (MARTIN, VIVIAN) 6
May 15, 1919 SOLDIER DEAD TO BE HONORED 1
May 15, 1919 FORD IS STOLEN BUT POLICE RECOVER NEXT DAY 1
May 15, 1919 OLD SLEUTH HAD NOTHING ON OUR VILLAGE MARSHALL (ESCAPEE) 1
May 15, 1919 MANY REALTY TRANSFERS MADE 1
May 15, 1919 SOLDIER DEAD TO BE HONORED 1
May 22, 1919 KIRKLAND COMMUNITY CENTER WILL BE BUILT 1
May 22, 1919 MORE RESIDENTS WILL MAKE HOME AT KIRKLAND 1
May 22, 1919 GOVERNMENT TEACHES THE MAKING OF HATS AND DRESSES 1
May 22, 1919 KIRKLAND HIGH SCHOOL ORCHESTRA TO GIVE CONCERT 1
May 22, 1919 ROSE HILL SCHOOL (PHOTO OF STUDENTS) 6
May 22, 1919 TOWN COUNCIL STAGES AN INTERESTING SESSION 1
May 22, 1919 KIRKLAND HOTEL SOLD TO SEATTLE PEOPLE 1
May 22, 1919 LOCAL BOY GIVES SPEED COP A RUN FOR HIS MONEY (STOCKLEY, CHARLIE) 1
May 22, 1919 HOTCHKISS, CHARLES 1
May 22, 1919 MORE RESIDENTS WILL MAKE HOME AT KIRKLAND 1
May 29, 1919 LOCAL BERRIES FIRST ON SEATTLE MARKET 1
May 29, 1919 RED CROSS NURSE TELLS OF WAR EXPERIENCES (JONES, HARRIET) 1
May 29, 1919 LOCAL MINISTER WILL ADDRESS GRADUATES 1
May 29, 1919 CLOVER NEWELL, HAROLD EVEREST 1
May 29, 1919 GENEVIEVE PARKER, FRED SAXE 1
May 29, 1919 DECORATION DAY TO BE OBSERVED 1
May 29, 1919 LUMBER COMPANY ADDS SAW AND PLANER 1
May 29, 1919 15 BUCKS KNOCKS SPEED OUT OF STAGE DRIVER 1
May 29, 1919 F A BLAU SUCCESSFUL IN STOKLEY LAWSUIT 1
May 29, 1919 PETTY THIEVES MAKE CLEAN-UP AT HOTEL 1
May 29, 1919 15 BUCKS KNOCKS SPEED OUT OF STAGE DRIVER 1
May 29, 1919 CAPTAIN PROPOSES MADISON HILL DETOUR 1
May 29, 1919 FIVE MILES OF WALKS TO BE BUILT HERE 1
May 29, 1919 SOLDIER DEAD WERE EULOGIZED SUNDAY 1
June 5, 1919 PROSPERITY (FULL-PAGE REAL ESTATE AD FOR BURKE & FARRAR) 4
June 5, 1919 FOUR GENERATIONS ASSEMBLE TO HONE EAST SIDERS BIRTH (FORSBERG, E) 6
June 5, 1919 WHO'S WHO IN KIRKLAND (GAILEY, REV R A) 1
June 5, 1919 MUSIC AT SESSIONS STORE 1
June 5, 1919 NEW GARAGE BUILDING NOW HOUSES BLAU BROS GARAGE 5
June 5, 1919 WORKERS START MOVE FOR LOCAL COOPERATIVE STORE 1
June 5, 1919 CHURCH UNITY 1
June 5, 1919 KIRKLAND WILL CELEBRATE 4TH OF JULY 1
June 5, 1919 TOWN COUNCIL DECIDES TO CONDEMN EIGHT STREET ENDS 1
June 5, 1919 GET EMERGENCY KIT ORDERS THE STATE HEALTH BOARD 1
June 5, 1919 KIRKLAND WILL CELEBRATE 4TH OF JULY 1
June 5, 1919 ORATOR DELIVERS ELOQUENT DECORATION DAY ADDRESS 1
June 5, 1919 APT, HENRY ADAM 1
June 12, 1919 SOLDIER SAYS ARMY OK BUT LONGS FOR HOME (BROOKS, HENRY) 1
June 12, 1919 KIRKLAND GROWS WITHOUT BOOM 1
June 12, 1919 CO-OPERATIVE STORE PLANS WILL BE DISCUSSED SUNDAY 1
June 12, 1919 MCINTYRE DELIVERS BUICK TO KIRKLAND LUMBER DEALER 3
June 12, 1919 USED CAR EXCHANGE IS OPENED BY LOCAL MAN 3
June 12, 1919 KIRKLAND GROWS WITHOUT BOOM 1
June 12, 1919 HIGH SCHOOL DRAMATIC PRODUCTION A SUCCESS 1
June 12, 1919 TWELVE TO BE GRADUATED FROM LOCAL HIGH SCHOOL 1
June 12, 1919 FESTIVALS AND CELEBRATIONS 1
June 12, 1919 FUN PROMISED ON JULY FOURTH 1
June 12, 1919 KIRKLAND GROWS WITHOUT BOOM 1
June 19, 1919 VAGRANT, FARMER OR REAL ESTATE (WESTER, W L) 1
June 19, 1919 ORGANIZATION PERFECTED FOR CO-OPERATIVE STORE 1
June 19, 1919 ROSE HILL CHILDREN TO STUDY FOLK DANCING 1
June 19, 1919 KIRKLAND (AD FOR KIRKLAND W/ PHOTOS) 3
June 19, 1919 BOARD RELIEVES CONGESTION AND ELECTS LOCAL TEACHERS 1
June 19, 1919 LOCAL MUSIC TEACHER TO PRESENT PUPILS IN RECITAL 1
June 19, 1919 MERIT AWARDS ARE GIVEN PUPILS OF GRADE SCHOOL 1
June 19, 1919 THIRTEEN ARE GRADUATED BY KIRKLAND HIGH SCHOOL 1
June 19, 1919 KIRKLAND HOTEL TO GIVE BETTER SERVICE TO PATRONS 1
June 19, 1919 BURGLARS MAKE DAYLIGHT ENTRANCE IN LOCAL HOME (ROSS, MYRON) 1
June 19, 1919 THIEF FRIGHTENED WHILE ATTEMPTING TO ROB HOUSE (FARMER, W O) 1
June 19, 1919 LOCAL MEN TO CO-OPERATE WITH BOYS IN SCOUT WORK 1
June 19, 1919 ROSE HILL CHILDREN TO STUDY FOLK DANCING 1
June 26, 1919 AFTER 11 YEARS PRACTICE DOCTOR TAKES VACATION (DAVIS, GEORGE H) 1
June 26, 1919 LOCAL MAN RETURNS AFTER LONG PERIOD OF SERVICE (LEE, D E) 1
June 26, 1919 KIRKLAND ELECTRIC COMPANY WILL OPEN DOORS SOON 1
June 26, 1919 KIRKLAND (AD FOR KIRKLAND W/ PHOTOS) 3
June 26, 1919 INDICATIONS POINT TO RECORD CROWD AT KIRKLAND ON THE FOURTH 1
June 26, 1919 UNCLE SAM CUTS POSTAGE RATES BEGINNING JULY 1 1
June 26, 1919 FIRM CHANGES PERSONNEL - ELECTRICAL LINE INSTALLED (ROWE & WHITE) 1
June 26, 1919 LUCY LONG, A W DOWDEN 1
June 26, 1919 MARY ELIZABETH COLLINS, CHESTER FREEMAN 1
July 3, 1919 ARMY OFFICER AND FAMILY TO MAKE KIRKLAND THEIR HOME (ROSE, L L) 1
July 3, 1919 KIRKLAND STORES TO CLOSE BOTH FRIDAY AND SATURDAY 1
July 3, 1919 THEATRE CHANGES NAME UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT 1
July 3, 1919 KIRKLAND (AD FOR KIRKLAND W/ PHOTOS) 3
July 3, 1919 PUPILS OF MRS BURKE PRESENTED IN PIANO RECITAL 1
July 3, 1919 BARN DANCE ATTRACTS BIG CROWD AT COUNTY FARM 1
July 3, 1919 FOURTH OF JULY PROGRAM 1
July 3, 1919 AMERICA DRY - FIRST GREAT NATION TO ABOLISH SALOONS 1
July 3, 1919 PURSER DIGBY LEAVES CREW OF FERRY LINCOLN 1
July 3, 1919 MARGARET MCKINNEY, GEORGE BURT 1
July 3, 1919 NORA BOARTS, LESLIE BURGESS 1
July 3, 1919 RUBY MASON, OSCAR NOLL 1
July 10, 1919 BUMPER CROP OF CHERRIES IN EAST SIDE ORCHARDS 1
July 10, 1919 BOY RETURNS HOME AFTER VARIED WAR EXPERIENCES (LEEDS, HAROLD) 1
July 10, 1919 WILL ORGANIZE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE MONDAY NIGHT 1
July 10, 1919 KIRKLAND (AD FOR KIRKLAND W/ PHOTOS) 4
July 10, 1919 INCREASE OF FERRY RATES IS RANK INJUSTICE 1
July 10, 1919 CANNING AND DRYING TO BE DEMONSTRATED AT HIGH SCHOOL 1
July 10, 1919 KIRKLAND HAS BIG FOURTH 1
July 10, 1919 HANSEN, ANDREW 5
July 10, 1919 JACKMAN, FLORA 1
July 10, 1919 STEELE, JAMES 1
July 10, 1919 COMMISSIONERS ANNOUNCE INCREASED FERRY RATES 1
July 10, 1919 MABEL STUART, JOHN FISH 1
July 17, 1919 EXCAVATION WORK STOPPED BY OWNER OF PROPERTY 1
July 17, 1919 KIRKLAND IS DOTTED WITH HOMES UNDER CONSTRUCTION 1
July 17, 1919 GROCERTERIA COMPANY WILL OPEN STORE IN KIRKLAND 1
July 17, 1919 BLASTING DAMAGES AUTOS AND INJURES YOUNG LADY (MARTIN, MRS F J) 1
July 17, 1919 NEW CHAMBER OF COMMERCE HAS AUSPICIOUS BEGINNING 1
July 17, 1919 KIRKLAND IS DOTTED WITH HOMES UNDER CONSTRUCTION 1
July 17, 1919 LOCAL BUILDING COMPANY ORGANIZES AND STARTS WORK 1
July 17, 1919 THIEF STEALS JEWELRY WHILE OWNER IS ABSENT (CLEMMONS, MRS F A) 1
July 17, 1919 MONSTROUS MASS MEETING ORGANIZES FOR FERRY FIGHT 1
July 17, 1919 OFFICIALS RESCIND RAISED RATES 1
July 17, 1919 EXCAVATION WORK STOPPED BY OWNER OF PROPERTY 1
July 24, 1919 ANOTHER KIRKLAND VETERAN UNITED WITH HIS FAMILY (MCKIBBEN, E C) 1
July 24, 1919 TRANSFER MAN ADDS NEW TRUCK TO HANDLE BUSINESS 1
July 24, 1919 TOWN TO BUY STREET ENDS 1
July 24, 1919 NEW INDUSTRY COMING - UTILIZE LOCAL PRODUCTS (DEHYDRATORS) 1
July 24, 1919 BECHTOL, MRS E R 1
July 24, 1919 HARD CONTEST ON FERRY FARE 1
July 24, 1919 TOWN TO BUY STREET ENDS 1
July 24, 1919 JULIA KANGUR, JOHN PELLEUR 1
July 31, 1919 KIRKLAND MAN IS MANAGER OF ORCHESTRA (WHITE, E C) 1
July 31, 1919 COUNTRY HOME COMPLETELY DESTROYED BY FIRE (WILLOWMORE FARM) 1
July 31, 1919 BUCK WILL ADD OTHER LINES TO HIS BUSINESS 1
July 31, 1919 KIRKLAND HI LOSES TWO OF ITS FACULTY 1
July 31, 1919 COUNTRY HOME COMPLETELY DESTROYED BY FIRE (WILLOWMORE FARM) 1
July 31, 1919 FERRY RATE AGREEMENT WILL SATISFY EAST SIDE 1
July 31, 1919 NEW AUTO STAGE SERVICE ANNOUNCED BY LOCAL MAN (WALTERS, H R) 1
July 31, 1919 MARIE SCHWENK, M A RHODES 1
August 7, 1919 BURKE & FARRAR - YOUR AMBITIONS REALIZED AT KIRKLAND (FULL PAGE) 3
August 7, 1919 GROCERTERIA NO 32 OPENS IN KIRKLAND 7
August 7, 1919 LOCAL BOY GIVEN HIGH WAR HONOR (WEAVER, BENJAMIN W) 1
August 7, 1919 INSPECTORS SAY HI SCHOOL IS IN GOOD CONDITION 1
August 7, 1919 GARAGE MAN SELLS BUSINESS INTEREST (ROBINSON, J G) 1
August 7, 1919 HUSTLER TAKES OVER THE MILLING COMPANY BUSINESS (DIGBY, JOHN H) 1
August 7, 1919 CONTRACT SIGNED FOR CHAUTAUQUA 1
August 7, 1919 BELLEVUE MAN PURCHASES HOTEL AND RESTAURANT (CARNEY, E E) 1
August 7, 1919 TELL YOUR TROUBLES TO CHAS ANDREWS FOR NEXT 2 WEEKS (MARSHALL) 1
August 7, 1919 EAST SIDERS WILL FORM ORGANIZATION 1
August 7, 1919 COMMISSIONERS CHANGE FRONT AND INCREASE FERRY RATES 1
August 7, 1919 FERRY LINCOLN SHOWS PROFITS DURING JULY 1
August 7, 1919 LOCAL BOY GIVEN HIGH WAR HONOR (WEAVER, BENJAMIN W) 1
August 14, 1919 BURKE & FARRAR - A HOME FOR EVERYONE (FULL PAGE) 6
August 14, 1919 BURKE & FARRAR - BUY A HOME NOW 3
August 14, 1919 MAGAZINE TELLS ABOUT NEW KIRKLAND RESIDENT (SPAWN, A F) 1
August 14, 1919 CHANGES AND IMPROVEMENTS MADE IN SCHOOL BUILDINGS 1
August 14, 1919 TEACHERS SHOULD RESIDE AT KIRKLAND 2
August 14, 1919 SON OF KIRKLAND'S FOUNDER RETURNS TO HIS OLD HOME 1
August 14, 1919 MOVEMENT FOR EAST SIDE HOSPITAL GAINS HEADWAY 1
August 14, 1919 RATHBUN, SLAVEN BORDEN 1
August 14, 1919 EAST SIDERS ORGANIZE FOR CO-OPERATIVE WORK 1
August 14, 1919 MAGAZINE TELLS ABOUT NEW KIRKLAND RESIDENT (SPAWN, A F) 1
August 14, 1919 AGNES CARLSON, ARTHUR GARDNER 1
August 21, 1919 RARE ORCHIDS PRESENTED TO SEATTLE BY EAST SIDE MAN (CLISE, J W) 1
August 21, 1919 LOCAL BUSINESS CONCERNS CHANGE THEIR LOCATIONS (TRADING COMPANY) 1
August 21, 1919 NEW STORE PROVES THAT PEOPLE WILL TRADE AT HOME 1
August 21, 1919 BOY WOUNDS PLAYMATE AS THEY PLAY WITH REVOLVER 1
August 21, 1919 MARGARET FARMER, FRANK BUCKLEY 1
August 21, 1919 COUNCIL CLOSES STREET END DEAL AND PREPARES BUDGET 1
August 21, 1919 EARL ETZLER 1
August 28, 1919 FIRE DESTROYS SUBURBAN HOME MONDAY AT NOON (SMITH, E C) 1
August 28, 1919 BARBER SHOP PURCHASED BY BELLINGHAM MAN (HADLEY, J S) 1
August 28, 1919 NEW FEED AND GRAIN STORE WILL OPEN DOORS NEXT WEEK (RONCHETTI) 1
August 28, 1919 FIRE DESTROYS SUBURBAN HOME MONDAY AT NOON (SMITH, E C) 1
August 28, 1919 HOMES, JOHN S 1
August 28, 1919 TOSH, ELIZABETH 1
August 28, 1919 JOURNAL ISSUES BIG ANNIVERSARY NUMBER 1
August 28, 1919 STAGE LINE TO NORTHUP SAVES MANY WEARY FEET 1
August 28, 1919 GLADYS BOINK, HARRY WALTERS 1
August 28, 1919 MARJORIE HAMMOND, JOHN E HOLM 1
September 4, 1919 KIRKLAND MAN IS NAMED STATE FACTORY INSPECTOR (EVEREST, H P) 1
September 4, 1919 EASTERN MAN PURCHASES BAKERY AND BUILDING (ROBERTS, HARRY E) 1
September 4, 1919 NEW OWNER OF GARAGE TAKES POSSESSION ON THE FIRST 1
September 4, 1919 AUTO MAN BARELY ESCAPES DEATH FROM FALLING TANK (MCINTYRE, R J) 1
September 4, 1919 SCHOOL OPENS WITH MANY NEW FACES ON FACULTY 1
September 4, 1919 COMPROMISE PLAN SUGGESTED TO GET MARKET STREET END 1
September 4, 1919 LOCAL CHURCH ENDS MOST SUCCESSFUL YEAR OF HISTORY (METHODIST) 1
September 4, 1919 SEATTLE MINISTERS WILL CONDUCT LOCAL REVIVAL 1
September 4, 1919 COMPROMISE PLAN SUGGESTED TO GET MARKET STREET END 1
September 4, 1919 CLOVER NEWELL, HAROLD EVEREST 1
September 4, 1919 EDITH LENNON, ROBERT N SMITH 1
September 11, 1919 A REMEDY FOR THE EVILS OF JAPANESE IMMIGRATION 1
September 11, 1919 ROSE HILL PEOPLE PLEASED WITH MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT 1
September 11, 1919 MARSHAL WARNS BICYCLISTS TO KEEP OFF SIDEWALKS 1
September 11, 1919 WAR LEAVES ITS STAMP UPON FACES OF SOLDIERS 1
September 18, 1919 RESTAURANT BUILDING ROOM FOR NEW BAKERY EQUIPMENT 1
September 18, 1919 BOY VISITOR ON EAST SIDE VICTIM OF ACCIDENT (COOK, HOWARD) 1
September 18, 1919 HOSPITAL IS DISCUSSED BY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 1
September 18, 1919 KIRKLAND HI WILL HAVE STRONG FOOTBALL TEAM 1
September 18, 1919 PLANS TO PURCHASE PARK STARTED BY TOWN COUNCIL 1
September 18, 1919 DEHYDRATING PLANT READY TO EVAPORATE LOCAL FRUITS 1
September 18, 1919 HOSPITAL IS DISCUSSED BY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 1
September 18, 1919 NEW LOCAL POSTMASTER TAKES OFFICE ON FIRST (HANSEN, CHRISTIAN) 1
September 18, 1919 KIRKLAND HI WILL HAVE STRONG FOOTBALL TEAM 1
September 18, 1919 PLANS TO PURCHASE PARK STARTED BY TOWN COUNCIL 1
September 18, 1919 LOCAL PASTOR RETURNED TO CHURCH FOR ANOTHER YEAR (GAILEY, R A) 1
September 18, 1919 HAZEL BROWNFIELD, LOUIS DEMERITT 1
September 25, 1919 RENEWED ACTIVITIES HAVE BEGUN AT ANDERSON SHIPBUILDING COMPANY 1
September 25, 1919 CHINESE PUZZLE STILL PUZZLES SAYS CAPTAIN (POINDEXTER, CHARLES) 1
September 25, 1919 CO-OPERATIVE PEOPLE HAVE BEGUN STORE CONSTRUCTION 1
September 25, 1919 NEW BAKERY ADDITION NEARS COMPLETION - OVEN INSTALLED 1
September 25, 1919 FIRE THREATENS RESIDENCE OF GEORGE TEW SUNDAY 1
September 25, 1919 DISTINGUISHED ARMY MAN WITH ASSOCIATE BUYS STORE (WINTERS, H L) 1
September 25, 1919 GATEWAY THEATRE WILL HAVE SPECIAL MUSIC SUNDAY (PROF CLAUDIO) 1
September 25, 1919 FIRE THREATENS RESIDENCE OF GEORGE TEW SUNDAY 1
September 25, 1919 CURTIS, MRS (WIFE OF CAPT CURTIS) 1
September 25, 1919 TRIMBLE, ANNA E 1
October 2, 1919 LOCAL PHYSICIAN RETURNS FROM LENGTHY TRIP EAST (DAVIS, GEORGE) 1
October 2, 1919 MOVIE ACTRESS ENJOYS VACATION ON EAST SIDE (WALCAMP, MARIE) 1
October 2, 1919 THEY CAME - SAW - AND BOUGHT A KIRKLAND HOME (FORD, W H) 1
October 2, 1919 DOWDEN SELLS STORE AND WILL LEAVE FOR THE EAST 1
October 2, 1919 NEW GROCERY STORE OFFERS INDUCEMENTS TO CUSTOMERS 1
October 2, 1919 JOY REIGNS SUPREME UNTIL OFFICERS DISCOVER STILL 1
October 2, 1919 CORT, KITTY WATKINSON 1
October 2, 1919 LOCAL PAPER HAS AGAIN PASSED INTO OTHER HANDS (NEWS-INDEPENDENT) 1
October 2, 1919 JOY REIGNS SUPREME UNTIL OFFICERS DISCOVER STILL 1
October 9, 1919 THE BOLSHEVIKI IN OUR MIDST 1
October 9, 1919 COMMUNITY CLUB OFFERS PRETENTIOUS PROGRAM 1
October 9, 1919 CONNERY, JOSEPH 1
October 9, 1919 TRACEY, MRS GLEN 1
October 9, 1919 COUNTY TO BUILD $3000,000 FERRY 1
October 16, 1919 BANKER IS NOT TOO OLD TO HAVE BIRTHDAYS (JOHNSON, GLENN) 1
October 16, 1919 KIRKLAND BOY WILL STUDY HYGIENE IN BRITISH ISLES (WALTERS, CHAS) 1
October 16, 1919 PARK AND SCHOOL SITE PURCHASE PLANS CONSIDERED 1
October 16, 1919 AUTO TRUCK PLAYS HAVOC WITH DRINKING FOUNTAIN 1
October 16, 1919 THERE'S MONEY IN LOGANBERRIES AND GRAPES FOR THE PRODUCER 9
October 16, 1919 THERE'S WEALTH UNDER OUR FEET (AGRICULTURE) 1
October 16, 1919 ROSE HILL COMMUNITY CENTER SCHOOL OF MUSIC NOW OPEN 10
October 16, 1919 TUNE UP FOR THE COMING SONGFEST AT KIRKLAND 1
October 16, 1919 NEXT YEAR'S BUDGET RUNS CLOSE TO FIVE MILLION DOLLARS 1
October 16, 1919 JUSTICE RESIGNS OFFICE SUCCESSOR NAMED SOON (CHAMBERS, J T) 1
October 16, 1919 PARK AND SCHOOL SITE PURCHASE PLANS CONSIDERED 1
October 16, 1919 ROSE HILL COMMUNITY CENTER SCHOOL OF MUSIC NOW OPEN 10
October 16, 1919 HELEN HANSON, LYLE JOHNSON 1
October 23, 1919 PARK AND SCHOOL SITE AGAIN UNDER CONSTRUCTION 1
October 23, 1919 CARBURETOR MAN COMES TO KIRKLAND (TOFFEE, VERNON) 7
October 23, 1919 THAT HIGH SCHOOL BUILDING 4
October 23, 1919 WILL PAY $200 PER ACRE FOR BERRIES 1
October 23, 1919 ALL KIRKLAND TO SING AT SONGFEST SATURDAY NIGHT 1
October 23, 1919 PROCLAMATION (AMERICANIZATION AND THEODORE ROOSEVELT MEMORIAL DAY 1
October 23, 1919 WASNER, CHARLES OLIVER 1
October 23, 1919 PARK AND SCHOOL SITE AGAIN UNDER CONSTRUCTION 1
October 23, 1919 NEW CHURCH TO ORGANIZE ON ROSE HILL SUNDAY (NAZARENE) 1
October 23, 1919 WIND TAKES A VICIOUS SWIPE AT PHIL (MCCLELLAN) AND AUTO 1
October 30, 1919 RETURNED SOLDIER HONORED BY FRIENDS (JENSON, HARRY) 1
October 30, 1919 THE FALLEN GIANT (ROOSEVELT, THEODORE) 1
October 30, 1919 NEW TEACHER ENGAGED FOR KIRKLAND HI (OVERFIELD, F P) 1
October 30, 1919 SEATTLE MUSICIAN TO ORGANIZE CLASS IN KIRKLAND (CLAUDIO, E) 1
October 30, 1919 SINGERS SING AT ROUSING SONGFEST SATURDAY NIGHT 1
October 30, 1919 AGED HOUGHTON MAN DISAPPEARS FROM HOME (FAGERBERG, A J) 1
October 30, 1919 AMERICAN LEGION WILL BE ORGANIZED ON EAST SIDE 1
October 30, 1919 CHURCH PEOPLE TO HOLD ASSOCIATION AT KIRKLAND 1
November 6, 1919 APPLE TREE GETS MIXED UP ON THE CALENDAR 1
November 6, 1919 DIGBY HAS NEW PARTNER IN GRAIN AND FEED STORE (HAMMER, T L) 6
November 6, 1919 DRYGOOD STORE INCREASES SPACE FOR LARGER STOCK 6
November 6, 1919 RED CROSS MEMBERSHIP CAMPAIGN UNDER WAY 1
November 6, 1919 DEBATERS TO DISCUSS THE IMMIGRATION QUESTION 1
November 6, 1919 THE WINNING HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL SQUAD (PHOTO) 1
November 6, 1919 REDMOND AUTO STOLEN AND RECOVERED ON SAME DAY (WRIGHT, EARL) 1
November 6, 1919 FAGERBERG, A J 1
November 6, 1919 AMERICAN LEGION WILL ORGANIZE ON EAST SIDE 1
November 6, 1919 THE WINNING HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL SQUAD (PHOTO) 1
November 6, 1919 CHURCH PEOPLE TO MEET AT KIRKLAND NEXT WEEK 1
November 6, 1919 FERRY NARROWLY ESCAPES CRUSHING INTO LOG BOOM 1
November 13, 1919 EAST SIDE WILL DISCUSS FRUIT AND BERRIES AT LARGE MASS MEETING 1
November 13, 1919 EAST SIDE BANKERS GUESTS IN REDMOND WEDNESDAY 1
November 13, 1919 KIRKLAND DEFEATS SEATTLE SCHOOL IN FIRST DEBATE 1
November 13, 1919 COMMUNITY SINGING SHOWS GROWTH IN POPULARITY 1
November 13, 1919 SEATTLE MUSICIANS PLEASE AUDIENCE AT ROSE HILL 1
November 13, 1919 FORMER FIGHTERS START AMERICAN LEGION POST 1
November 13, 1919 CONGREGATIONALISTS HAVE BUSY DAY AT CONVENTION 1
November 13, 1919 ANNIVERSARY OF ARMISTICE CELEBRATED AT ROSE HILL 5
November 13, 1919 ANNIVERSARY OF ARMISTICE CELEBRATED AT ROSE HILL 5
November 20, 1919 BERRY GROWERS MEET GUARANTEE 1
November 20, 1919 BERRY INDUSTRY ASSURED 1
November 20, 1919 MAYOR AND COUNCILMEN WILL BE ELECTED DEC 2 1
November 20, 1919 BURGLARS BUSY IN KIRKLAND THE PAST FEW WEEKENDS 1
November 20, 1919 MARSHAL PATTY IN COURT CHARGED WITH BURGLARY (MOCK COURT) 1
November 20, 1919 THIEVES RAID CAR AND TAKE HOUSEHOLD GOODS 1
November 20, 1919 AMERICAN LEGION SELECTS NAME AND OFFICERS PRO TEM 1
November 20, 1919 PARK PURCHASE UP TO VOTERS (HIGH SCHOOL SITE) 1
November 27, 1919 EAST SIDE BULL WINS FIRST PRIZE AT STOCK SHOW 1
November 27, 1919 LOCAL PHYSICIAN HIGHLY HONORED BY GOV HART (DAVIS, GEORGE) 1
November 27, 1919 BELLEVUE INVITES EAST SIDE TO ATTEND CARNIVAL 1
November 27, 1919 CANDIDATES FILE PETITIONS FOR TOWN-ELECTION TUESDAY 1
November 27, 1919 PURSER CONTRIBUTES CASH TO A BOLD HIGHWAYMAN 1
November 27, 1919 ROBBERS BAFFLED IN FERRY HOLDUP 1
November 27, 1919 ROBBERS BAFFLED IN FERRY HOLDUP 1
November 27, 1919 BERTHA A LINDFORS, GEORGE G NELSON 5
November 27, 1919 JENNIE TARDY, CARL SWAN 6
December 4, 1919 JOURNAL EDITOR ATTACKED AT HOME AND TAKEN BY FORCE (BIRTHDAY) 1
December 4, 1919 TWO EAST SIDE ELECTIONS QUIET 1
December 4, 1919 SLEEPING DISEASE TAKES LOCAL MAN (ROYS, ANER) 1
December 4, 1919 ROBINSON NOW SOLE OWNER OF TEW DEVELOPMENT CO 1
December 4, 1919 PRISONER ESCAPES FROM COUNTY STOCKADE (DALTON, JOHN F) 1
December 4, 1919 THIEF STEALS HANDIWORK OF DOMESTIC SCIENCE CLASS 1
December 4, 1919 ROYS, ANER 1
December 11, 1919 STOVE EXPLODES AND FATALLY INJURES LADY (FLETCHER, MRS MARK L) 1
December 11, 1919 GOOD-FELLOWS WILL SEE THAT SANTA VISITS POOR 1
December 11, 1919 BELLEVUE CARNIVAL MADE BIG HIT WITH EAST SIDERS 1
December 11, 1919 GOOD-FELLOWS WILL SEE THAT SANTA VISITS POOR 1
December 11, 1919 ROSE HILL SOCIAL CENTER PLANNING FOR BIG CHRISTMAS 1
December 11, 1919 FLETCHER, MRS MARK L 1
December 11, 1919 CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR WILL PRESENT PATRIOTIC CANTATA 1
December 11, 1919 ROSE HILL SOCIAL CENTER PLANNING FOR BIG CHRISTMAS 1
December 11, 1919 UNCLE SAM ORDERS DEALERS TO CONSERVE FUEL SUPPLY 1
December 25, 1919 NEW IRON SHOP WILL OPEN ON CENTRAL AVENUE 1
December 25, 1919 EAST SIDE ENJOYS XMAS AT HOME AND AT CHURCH 1
December 25, 1919 REAL ESTATE MAN NAME TO FILL J OF P VACANCY (LYONS, C A) 1
December 25, 1919 WOMAN SLUGGER ATTACKS TWO EAST SIDE WOMEN 1
December 25, 1919 CENSUS MAN WILL BEGIN TO COUNT NOSES SOON 1
December 25, 1919 MARY WOLD, DAVID BOYD 1
October 12, 1922 BURKE AND FARRAR 16
October 12, 1922 LAKE WASHINGTON FERRY SYSTEM (PHOTOS) 14
October 12, 1922 LAKE WASHINGTON TELEPHONE CO (PHOTO) 13
October 12, 1922 THE KIRKLAND LAUNDRY (PHOTO) 12
October 12, 1922 KIRKLAND'S MAYOR (WESTER, JOHN H) 9
October 12, 1922 NEW ELSON BUILDING (PHOTO) 9
October 12, 1922 NEW PW ALLEN BLOCK (PHOTO) 10
October 12, 1922 NEW WESTER BLOCK (PHOTO) 9
October 12, 1922 ARCHITECT TELLS OF FEATURES IN NEW HIGH SCHOOL BUILDING 15
October 12, 1922 HIGH SCHOOL NEWS - PROGRESS ON THE NEW BUILDING 2
October 12, 1922 NEW ELSON BUILDING (PHOTO) 9
October 12, 1922 RECORD OF BUILDING INDICATIVE OF PROGRESS OF EAST SIDE 15
October 12, 1922 THE EAST SIDE --- A LAND OF BEAUTY AND GREAT OPPORTUNITY 9
October 12, 1922 JUANITA TO HOLD SECOND ANNUAL FAIR AND BAZAAR 1
October 12, 1922 CITY BEAUTIFUL COMMISSION PLANS KIRKLAND'S ADORNMENT 10
October 12, 1922 HISTORY OF KIRKLAND READS LIKE THE TYPICAL ROMANCE OF GREAT WESTERN 9
October 12, 1922 JUANITA TO HOLD SECOND ANNUAL FAIR AND BAZAAR 1
October 12, 1922 MAHONE, JAMES H 3
October 12, 1922 AMERICAN LEGION BIG FACTOR IN EAST SIDE'S ACTIVITIES 11
October 12, 1922 LEGION READY TO GREET VISITORS - TO DEDICATE NEW CLUBHOUSE 1
October 12, 1922 ORTHOPEDIC AUXILIARY FORMED IN KIRKLAND 1
October 12, 1922 WOMEN'S WORK IN KIRKLAND 9
October 12, 1922 COMMUNITY CHURCH SOLVES PROBLEM OF PUBLIC WORSHIP 11
October 12, 1922 ROSE HILL CLUB HAS PROSPECTS OF BUSY SEASON 1
October 12, 1922 AD FOR LAKE WASHINGTON FERRY SYSTEM (PHOTOS) 14
October 12, 1922 KIRKLAND'S FRONT PORCH (PHOTO OF FERRY DOCK) 9
October 12, 1922 NEW HIGHWAY BRINGS MANY CARS THIS WAY 1
October 19, 1922 BURKE AND FARRAR MAN IS OFF FOR MIDDLE-WEST TO BRING HOMESEEKERS 1
October 19, 1922 SECOND FLOWER SHOW PLANNED FOR KIRKLAND 1
October 19, 1922 LEGION PARTY PROVES GREAT BIG SUCCESS (DEDICATION CEREMONIES) 1
October 19, 1922 SUNDAY SCHOOL WORKERS EXPECT BIG THINGS HERE 1
October 26, 1922 BUILDING BOOM SHOWS ITSELF ON EAST SIDE 1
October 26, 1922 KIRKLAND TO HAVE ANOTHER FLOWER FAIR 1
October 26, 1922 PAUL PLANS TO REDUCE JOBS ON COUNTY PAYROLL 1
October 26, 1922 ROSE HILL CLUB PLANS HALLOWEEN GHOST PARTY 1
October 26, 1922 TOM THUMB WEDDING A GREAT SUCCESS 1
November 2, 1922 EVANS VARIETY STORE - REMOVAL SALE 3
November 2, 1922 FLOWER SEEDS TO BE GIVEN AWAY TO EAST SIDERS 1
November 2, 1922 ART STUDIO TO HAVE ITS FORMAL OPENING SUNDAY 1
November 2, 1922 MINNESOTA MAN QUICKLY "SOLD" ON EAST SIDE (GADWA, E R) 1
November 2, 1922 BUILDING SHOWS RECORD GROWTH IN TEN MONTHS 1
November 2, 1922 BUILDING SHOWS RECORD GROWTH IN TEN MONTHS 1
November 9, 1922 NOVEMBER BERRIES HERE! 1
November 9, 1922 FORMER DAKOTA NEWSPAPER MAN LOCATES HERE (BRENNAN, C J) 1
November 9, 1922 SECOND FLOWER EXHIBIT PROVES ANOTHER SUCCESS 1
November 9, 1922 JUANITA FOLKS WILL BUILD COMMUNITY HOUSE 8
November 9, 1922 CAROLL, JOHN 3
November 9, 1922 HAYES, JAMES 3
November 9, 1922 KIRTLEY, ROBERT 8
November 9, 1922 BIBLE CLASS IS NEW FEATURE AT COMMUNITY CHURCH 4
November 16, 1922 SECOND CROPS OF FRUIT ARE ABUNDANT 1
November 16, 1922 REMARKABLE ATTENDANCE AT OPENING OF ART STUDIO 1
November 16, 1922 KIRKLAND TO HAVE NEW PHOTO STUDIO 1
November 16, 1922 KIRKLANDER IS ENTHUSIASTIC IN TOWN'S PRAISES (IMAGINARY LETTER) 1
November 16, 1922 JUANITA CLUB TO GIVE SERIES OF SHOWS THIS YEAR 1
November 16, 1922 MEN'S CLUB IS THRILLED WITH DRUG STORIES (MORPHINE ADDICTS) 1
November 16, 1922 BIG COMMUNITY CHRISTMAS TO BE CELEBRATED 1
November 16, 1922 JUANITA CLUB TO GIVE SERIES OF SHOWS THIS YEAR 1
November 16, 1922 NORMAN, ROBERT 1
November 16, 1922 CHURCH NIGHT IS NEW FEATURE BY REV C W BOWEN 1
November 16, 1922 HELEN TURNER, GARNET HIGGENBOTHAM 6
November 23, 1922 CHICKENS PAY WAY FOR EAST SIDE HUSTLERS 1
November 23, 1922 FLORIST MAKES FINE SUCCESS ON EAST SIDE 1
November 23, 1922 SPUD CHAMPION PRESENTS PRIZE POTATOES GROWN (WILEY, H F) 1
November 23, 1922 PROGRESS ON NEW SCHOOL IS GRATIFYING 1
November 23, 1922 CITY BEAUTIFUL COMMISSION FINDS READY RESPONSE TO CALL FOR IMPROVEMENT 1
November 23, 1922 CHRISTMAS SEAL SALES SEEK NEW RECORD QUANTITY 1
November 23, 1922 PERMANENT CITIZENS RELIEF COMMITTEE HAS BEEN FORMED 1
November 23, 1922 FINE PROGRAM IS PLANNED FOR CHRISTMAS HERE 1
November 23, 1922 DANIELS, CHARLES HENRY 2
November 23, 1922 RILEY, ELIZABETH 3
November 23, 1922 WEATHER BUREAU FIGURES PUT QUIETUS ON STORIES OF EXCESSIVE RAINFALL 1
November 30, 1922 GOTHAM PROVES GREAT MARKET FOR OUR EGGS 1
November 30, 1922 RAILROADS TO SPEND $1,000,000 FOR NORTHWEST 1
December 7, 1922 EAST SIDER PRODUCES DECEMBER RASPBERRY CROP 1
December 7, 1922 EASTERNERS FEEL KEENLY SPIRIT OF EAST SIDE FOLK (MCKNIGHT, J G) 1
December 7, 1922 COMMUNITY CHRISTMAS PROGRESSES 1
December 14, 1922 NEW SHOE REPAIR SHOP WILL OPEN AT KIRKLAND 4
December 14, 1922 THOMAS SELLS MEAT MARKET TO KLENERT 1
December 14, 1922 KIRKLAND DUE FOR BIG TOURIST YEAR IS CHAMBER PLAN 1
December 14, 1922 CHRISTMAS TREE TO BE BIG EVENT 1
December 14, 1922 SANTA CLAUS IN KIRKLAND 5
December 14, 1922 MATZEN WOOLEN MILL MAKES BIG CHRISTMAS GIFT 8
December 21, 1922 POSSESSOR OF CROIX DE GUERRE COMES HERE TO RESIDE (CHASE, C E) 5
December 21, 1922 KANDY KITCHEN TO HAVE ANNIVERSARY 1
December 21, 1922 CANNING COMPANY HAS BIG SEASON REPORTS INDICATE 1
December 21, 1922 PLANS COMPLETE FOR COMMUNITY XMAS PROGRAM 1
December 21, 1922 FERRY LAUNCHED AT HOUGHTON SHIPYARD (LIBERTY) 1
December 21, 1922 PAKKALA IS FOUND TO BE NOT NEGLIGENT IN DEATH OF YOUTH 1
December 21, 1922 THOMAS, BILLY 1
December 21, 1922 COUNCIL ORDERS IMPROVEMENT OF CENTRAL AVENUE 1
December 28, 1922 BIG BUILDING YEAR IN KIRKLAND SHOWN BY 1922 STATISTICS 1
December 28, 1922 TOURISTS TO SEE SHOWPLACE ESTATE (BROOKWOOD) 1
December 28, 1922 BIG BUILDING YEAR IN KIRKLAND SHOWN BY 1922 STATISTICS 1
December 28, 1922 KIRKLAND TO BENEFIT THROUGH LEASE OF SAND POINT 4
December 28, 1922 COMMUNITY XMAS OF KIRKLAND IS MOST SUCCESSFUL 1
December 28, 1922 GOVERNMENT TAKES SAND POINT FIELD AS AIRCRAFT BASE 1
December 28, 1922 THOMAS, BILLY 1
December 28, 1922 NEW MOTOR-BUSS SYSTEM GOES INTO EFFECT JANUARY 1 1
December 28, 1922 RAINFALL FOR 1922 MAY NOT REACH YEARLY AVERAGE 1
December 28, 1922 NEW ADDITION TO WOOLEN MILLS IS NEARING COMPLETION 1
January 4, 1923 BERRY MEN HAVE SUCCESSFUL YEAR STATEMENT SAYS 1
January 4, 1923 KIRKLAND PLUM TREE ADORNS ITSELF WITH BLOSSOMS IN JANUARY 1
January 4, 1923 PLANS FOR ARTISTS' RECITAL COMPLETED 1
January 4, 1923 WHOLE BUILDING IS NOW OCCUPIED BY AUTO REPAIR SHOP 1
January 4, 1923 WHOLE BUILDING IS NOW OCCUPIED BY AUTO REPAIR SHOP 1
January 4, 1923 BIG ATTENDANCE AT CHAMBER MEETING MONDAY URGED TO PERFECT PLANS 1
January 4, 1923 KING INCUBATORS HAVE GOOD YEAR 1
January 4, 1923 BROPHY, CHARLES A 1
January 4, 1923 MARY L DUNKUM, G ELLSWORTH STARKS 1
January 11, 1923 BERRY MEN VOTE THEIR OPPOSITION TO REDISTRICTING 1
January 11, 1923 REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF KIRKLAND 7
January 11, 1923 PIONEER TO TELL HOMESEEKERS OF OPPORTUNITY HERE (PERRIGO, W P) 1
January 11, 1923 LOCAL MOTOR CONCERN GETS NEW REGRINDING MACHINE 1
January 11, 1923 KIRKLAND CHAMBER ELECTS OFFICERS AND PLANS WORK FOR THE COMING SE 1
January 11, 1923 WHY NOT A BAND FOR KIRKLAND? 4
January 11, 1923 PATTY, JOHN VARNETT 1
January 11, 1923 WASNER, HENDERSON C 1
January 11, 1923 HOUR OF VESPER SERVICE CHANGED 1
January 11, 1923 NEW BUS SYSTEM PROVING POPULAR 1
January 18, 1923 ARTISTS' RECITAL AT ART STUDIO FRIDAY 1
January 18, 1923 MIDLAKES MILLING CO. COMPLETES NEW MILL 1
January 18, 1923 MIDLAKES MILLING CO. COMPLETES NEW MILL 1
January 18, 1923 CANNERIES CLOSE CONTRACTS WITH LOCAL BERRYMEN 1
January 18, 1923 CHAMBER STARTS ORGANIZING FOR SUMMER'S WORK 1
January 18, 1923 BAND SUGGESTION APPROVED 4
January 18, 1923 PURSER OF FERRY SHOOTS TWICE AT WOULD-BE HOLDUP 1
January 18, 1923 BETHERS, BERTHA 1
January 18, 1923 WENG, FREDERICK 1
January 18, 1923 SEA-GOING GOAT CROSSES LAKE - STOWAWAY OUTWITS CREW OF FERRY 1
January 18, 1923 COUNCIL ANNOUNCES EDICT CONCERNING WEAKENED BRIDGE 1
January 25, 1923 HAPPY VALLEY COUPLE HAVE GOLDEN WEDDING (MILLER, MR AND MRS P) 1
January 25, 1923 ARTISTS' RECITAL PROVES PLEASING 1
January 25, 1923 LOCAL SIGN FIRM REMODELS ITS SHOP 1
January 25, 1923 HIGH SCHOOL GYM WILL BE UTILIZED IN CLUB ATHLETICS 1
January 25, 1923 LOCAL SIGN FIRM REMODELS ITS SHOP 1
January 25, 1923 PAID EXECUTIVE FOR CHAMBER OF COMMERCE, PLAN 1
January 25, 1923 KIRKLAND EDUCATOR URGES GREATER USAGE OF LOCAL SCHOOLS BY COMMUNITY 1
January 25, 1923 CREW OF FERRIES GIVEN INSURANCE 1
January 25, 1923 WIDE PUBLICITY IS GIVEN KIRKLAND BY SCENIC MOVIE FILM 1
January 25, 1923 DR DAVIS TO HEAD CHILDREN'S CLINIC 1
January 25, 1923 BENNETT, HARRY 1
January 25, 1923 MATOTT, A T 1
January 25, 1923 CREW OF FERRIES GIVEN INSURANCE 1
February 1, 1923 KLENERT'S MARKET -WIN A SHETLAND PONY 8
February 1, 1923 EAST SIDE PAINT AND SIGN COMPANY GETS WALL PAPER 1
February 1, 1923 E A ZABLE GETS HALF-INTEREST IN MCINTYRE-BUICK 1
February 1, 1923 EAST SIDE BAKERY GETS NEW PARTNER 1
February 1, 1923 JOIN CHAMBER AT ANY BUSINESS FIRM 1
February 1, 1923 STATE INCOME TAX? 4
February 1, 1923 FILM OF KIRKLAND AWAKES INTEREST OF MIDDLE-WEST 1
February 1, 1923 HERBERT, FRANK M 1
February 1, 1923 MAGNUSSEN, ELNORA LILA 1
February 1, 1923 DISTRICT SUNDAY SCHOOL MEETING WELL ATTENDED 1
February 8, 1923 MINNESOTA COUPLE BUYS SIX LOTS IN HEART OF KIRKLAND (DAUGHERTY, A 1
February 8, 1923 MONTANA FAMILIES MOVING HERE TO MAKE THEIR HOME (NAF, HERMAN) 1
February 8, 1923 MONTANA FAMILIES MOVING HERE TO MAKE THEIR HOME (SCHUHBAUER, FRAN 1
February 8, 1923 CAMP FIRE GIRLS TO PRESENT FLAG TO COMMUNITY CHURCH 1
February 8, 1923 BLOODHOUND FAILS TO TRAIL BURGLAR WHO ROBS GARAGE 1
February 8, 1923 STUDLEY, W J 1
February 8, 1923 CAMP FIRE GIRLS TO PRESENT FLAG TO COMMUNITY CHURCH 1
February 15, 1923 KIRKLAND REGION HOLSTEIN CATTLE MAKE FINE RECORD 1
February 15, 1923 BIG GAIN SHOWN IN BANK DEPOSITS IN FOUR MONTHS 1
February 15, 1923 BLANCHE BRADFORD, FRED CATHCART 1
February 22, 1923 RECITAL WILL BE GIVEN BY PUPILS OF ART STUDIO 1
February 22, 1923 KIRKLAND IS GIVEN FIRST CHOICE OVER OTHER DISTRICTS (STRAFFER, W 1
February 22, 1923 EXPANSION PLANS OF CANNERY HELP BERRY-EGG OUTPUT 1
February 22, 1923 CHAMBER TAKES IMPORTANT STEPS TO HELP KIRKLAND 1
February 22, 1923 KIRKLAND SCENIC MOVIE CONTINUES TO DRAW CROWDS 1
February 22, 1923 CHAPMAN, ANNE AGRETA 1
February 22, 1923 HURLBURT, PAULINE 1
March 1, 1923 CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY CHURCH EDIFICE COMPLETED 1
March 1, 1923 BOOTBLACK STAND OPENS IN SHOE REPAIR SHOP 1
March 1, 1923 FOUR PERSONS ARE TIED AS WINNERS OF SHETLAND PONY 1
March 1, 1923 KIRKLAND PEOPLE BUSY WITH WORK ON SPRING PLANS 1
March 1, 1923 KIRTLEY, E 1
March 1, 1923 PARK BOARD ASK SHRUBBERY GIFTS 1
March 1, 1923 ANNABELLE WILEY, LESTER MCFARLAND 4
March 8, 1923 LOCAL CHEVROLET DEALER IS WINNER IN ECONOMY TEST 1
March 8, 1923 DEHYDRATOR WILL BE BUILT HERE BY FISHER CANNERY 1
March 8, 1923 PLANS COMPLETED BY CHAMBER FOR ERECTING ARCHES 1
March 8, 1923 MINOT PEOPLE WILL SEE MOVIE FILM OF KIRKLAND DISTRICT 1
March 8, 1923 KIRK, JOHN JOSEPH 1
March 8, 1923 LOCAL CHEVROLET DEALER IS WINNER IN ECONOMY TEST 1
March 15, 1923 BERRY EXPERT TO EXPLAIN METHODS TO LOCAL GROWERS 1
March 15, 1923 ART STUDIO TO GIVE RECITAL ON MARCH 20 1
March 15, 1923 MANY RESIDENTS OF MIDDLE-WEST ARE COMING HERE 1
March 15, 1923 LET THE REPETITION OF AUTO ACCIDENTS ON MARKET STREET BE STOPPED 4
March 15, 1923 MILLAR, MAURICE 1
March 15, 1923 DRAMA CLUB FORMED BY KIRKLAND PEOPLE 1
March 15, 1923 JUNIOR AND JUVENILE MUSIC CLUBS TO ORGANIZE 1
March 22, 1923 GROWING BIGGER AND BETTER BERRIES HERE 1
March 22, 1923 WHO'S WHO AND WHY IN KIRKLAND 8
March 22, 1923 A LITTLE GENERAL INFORMATION ABOUT KIRKLAND 4
March 22, 1923 MINOT CROWDS SEE MOVIE PICTURE OF KIRKLAND DISTRICT 1
March 22, 1923 CITY BEAUTIFUL COMMITTEE PLANS SPRING CAMPAIGN 1
March 22, 1923 COUNCIL REJECTS TENDERS FOR WORK 1
March 22, 1923 BIG ATTENDANCE AT BABY CLINIC 1
March 22, 1923 DENTON, JAMES EVERETT 4
March 22, 1923 FLYING-FIELD AT SAND POINT TO BE OPENED IN WEEK 1
March 29, 1923 IT'S CHICKEN TIME IN KIRKLAND NOW! 1
March 29, 1923 FARGO MAN MADE KIRKLAND BOOSTER BY SEEING REGION (LARSEN, HENRY) 1
March 29, 1923 CHAMBER ASSURES LOCAL CANNERY OF SUPPLY OF WATER 1
March 29, 1923 CHAMBER ASSURES LOCAL CANNERY OF SUPPLY OF WATER 1
March 29, 1923 OLIVER, CAPTAIN J L 1
March 29, 1923 WELCOME, JOSEPH 1
March 29, 1923 M J MARKS IS OUT FOR TOWN COUNCIL 1
March 29, 1923 ROBINSON CANDIDATE FOR SCHOOL DIRECTOR 1
March 29, 1923 600 CHERRY TREES TO BE PLANTED ON LOCAL HIGHWAYS 1
March 29, 1923 CHAMBER ASSURES LOCAL CANNERY OF SUPPLY OF WATER 1
March 29, 1923 LOCAL WOOLEN MILL ONLY ONE IN STATE 1
April 5, 1923 COLUMBIA VALLEY LUMBER CO - NEW LOCATION (PHOTO) 2
April 5, 1923 KIRKLAND REGION HOLSTEINS SCORE HIGH IN MILK TEST 1
April 5, 1923 LUMBER COMPANY INSTALLED IN NEW AND LARGER HOME 1
April 5, 1923 ALL IN READINESS FOR CHAMBER BALL SATURDAY NIGHT 1
April 5, 1923 APPEAL IS MADE FOR NEW BABY HOME AT MEDINA 1
April 5, 1923 CAUCUS SELECTS CANDIDATES FOR COMING ELECTION 1
April 5, 1923 HELEN DUVAL, GLEN STEWART 5
April 12, 1923 FISHER DESCRIBES GOOD POINTS OF ETTERSBURG BERRY 1
April 12, 1923 OUTLOOK BRIGHT FOR BERRY MEN OF THIS DISTRICT 1
April 12, 1923 POULTRYMEN HERE PROVES EXPERTS ONLY HALF RIGHT 1
April 12, 1923 KIRKLAND MERCANTILE IMPROVEMENTS COSTLY 1
April 12, 1923 BIG GRAND FORKES CROWD SEES MOVIE OF KIRKLAND 1
April 12, 1923 LEGION POST AND AUXILIARY ATTAIN QUOTA FOR TREES 1
April 12, 1923 MAYOR PROCLAIMS CLEAN-UP WEEK 1
April 12, 1923 OLSON, MARGARET C 1
April 12, 1923 LEGION POST AND AUXILIARY ATTAIN QUOTA FOR TREES 1
April 12, 1923 TENNIS ENTHUSIASM SWEEPING KIRKLAND 1
April 12, 1923 GERTRUDE MCPHERSON, TONY JOSEPH 1
April 26, 1923 HENS AND BERRIES MAKE NEAT PROFIT FOR FERRY WORKER 1
April 26, 1923 NORTH DAKOTA AND MINNESOTA ASSIST KIRKLAND TO GROW 1
April 26, 1923 TEACHERS ELECTED BY THE HIGH SCHOOL BOARD 1
April 26, 1923 ST CLOUD WILL SEE FILM OF KIRKLAND SHOWN NEXT WEEK 1
April 26, 1923 PRICE, CHARLES GOODMAN 1
April 26, 1923 BASEBALL LEAGUE ORGANIZATION IS GETTING STARTED 1
April 26, 1923 EVANGELIST MEETINGS PROVING SUCCESSFUL 1
May 3, 1923 HOLSTEIN COW OF LOCAL DAIRYMAN MAKES FINE MARK 1
May 3, 1923 LOCAL BERRY MEN URGED BY CANNERY TO SIGN CONTRACTS 1
May 3, 1923 NEW JUANITA CLUB HOUSE FOR CLEAN ENTERTAINMENT 1
May 3, 1923 EAST SIDE PAINT COMPANY MAKES NUMEROUS CHANGES 1
May 3, 1923 LOCAL BERRY MEN URGED BY CANNERY TO SIGN CONTRACTS 1
May 3, 1923 KANTNOR, ALBERT 1
May 3, 1923 CONTEST FOR BEST ESSAY ON FLAG IS STARTED BY LEGION 1
May 3, 1923 LEGION SESSION TO END WITH BIG PUBLIC MEETING 1
May 3, 1923 VOTERS DECIDE AT TOWN AND SCHOOL ELECTION TUESDAY 1
May 10, 1923 FUTURE SALES OF BERRIES ARE MADE BY GROWERS HERE 1
May 10, 1923 KIRKLAND CANDY AND ICE CREAM CO MAKES OWN CREAM 1
May 10, 1923 COUNCIL TURN-OVER FEATURES ELECTION HERE ON TUESDAY 1
May 10, 1923 BIG MOONSHINE STILL SEIZED BY OFFICERS 4
May 10, 1923 MCKIBBEN, BRITTANIA 1
May 10, 1923 BIG MOONSHINE STILL SEIZED BY OFFICERS 4
May 10, 1923 MATZEN WOOLEN MILLS LOCAL INDUSTRY IS EXPANDING 1
May 17, 1923 J B REESE MOVES OFFICE TO STATE BANK BUILDING 1
May 17, 1923 BOYS AND GIRLS TO TRY FOR PRIZES IN BOND SALE DRIVE 1
May 17, 1923 TOMLINSON, VIRGIL BRITAIN 1
May 17, 1923 WESTALL, W A 1
May 17, 1923 WISE, RUBY 1
May 17, 1923 86 ESSAYS OFFERED IN LEGION'S FLAG DAY COMPETITION 1
May 17, 1923 KIRKLAND CHOSEN FOR ANNUAL PICNIC OF COUNTY LEGION 1
May 17, 1923 ANNUAL REPORT GIVEN OF COMMUNITY CHURCH WORK 4
May 17, 1923 EFFORT MADE TO GET RAIL AGENT FOR LOCAL DEPOT 1
May 17, 1923 BOND ISSUE OF WOOLEN MILLS IS URGED BY CHAMBER 1
May 24, 1923 ENGLISH WAR VETERAN CHARMED BY KIRKLAND (GRAVES, J P) 1
May 24, 1923 WELL-KNOWN FARGO MAN MOVES HERE (LARSEN, HENRY) 1
May 24, 1923 KIRKLAND FILM TO BE SHOWN AT ALBERTA LEA 1
May 24, 1923 NOTED ORATOR TO TELL KIRKLAND OF TODAY'S PROBLEMS 1
May 24, 1923 DECORATION DAY CEREMONIES HERE TO BE IMPRESSIVE 1
May 24, 1923 FARE REDUCTION ON LAKE FERRIES IS FORESHADOWED 1
May 24, 1923 WOOLEN MILLS BOND ISSUE GOING STRONG 1
May 31, 1923 DANCE WILL MARK CANNERY OPENING 1
May 31, 1923 AMBULANCE DRIVER KILLED IN AUTO ACCIDENT TUESDAY 1
May 31, 1923 FREE INFORMATION BUREAUS CREATED BY BURKE AND FARRAR 1
May 31, 1923 DECORATION DAY PROGRAM MARKED BY BIG TURNOUT 1
May 31, 1923 PRATT, CARRIE ELIZABETH 1
June 7, 1923 MARY TURNER IS CANDIDATE OF LOCAL LEGION POST TO BE MISS LIBERTY 1
June 7, 1923 CANNERY HERE TO START OPERATION BY COMING WEEK 1
June 7, 1923 KIRKLAND HIGH TO GRADUATE BIGGEST CLASS THURSDAY 1
June 7, 1923 EAST SIDE TOWNS TO STAGE PICNIC ON 20TH OF JUNE 1
June 7, 1923 EPIC PAGEANT OF HIAWATHA TO BE BIGGER THIS YEAR 1
June 7, 1923 LARSEN, CHRISTIAN THORWALD 1
June 7, 1923 PARKER, FRED E 1
June 7, 1923 ROYAL TEW, CHARLES HARTSHORN 1
June 14, 1923 CANNERY BEGINS OPERATIONS WITH FIFTY EMPLOYEES 1
June 14, 1923 ALL SET FOR BIG COMMUNITY MEET NEXT WEDNESDAY 1
June 14, 1923 SCENIC FILM OF KIRKLAND ENDS SHOWING THURSDAY 1
June 14, 1923 TWO COUNTY BOARD MEMBERS PAY VISIT TO LOCAL DISTRICT 1
June 14, 1923 FLAG DAY ESSAY CONTEST WINNER NAMES ARE ANNOUNCED 1
June 14, 1923 HEGLEN, MATILDA 1
June 14, 1923 CLASS B TEAMS TO START LOCAL LEAGUE BALL SEASON 1
June 21, 1923 SESSIONS TO PUT UP BUILDING AT COST OF $18000 1
June 21, 1923 GUS TILLMANN BUYS SHARE OF BROTHER IN BUSINESS 8
June 21, 1923 CANNERY HITTING STRIDE IN PACK OF STRAWBERRIES 1
June 21, 1923 CHAMBER WILL SUPPLY WARSHIPS WITH FLOWERS 1
June 21, 1923 LET'S HAVE A BAND! 1
June 21, 1923 LONG LIST ENDS ADVANCED COURSE AT UNION SCHOOL 1
June 21, 1923 TEN GRADUATED IN EIGHTH GRADE AT ROSE HILL SCHOOL 1
June 21, 1923 SUCCESS ATTENDS EAST SIDE PICNIC HELD THIS WEEK 1
June 21, 1923 DR R R RUFFIN IS NAMED KIRKLAND FIRE CHIEF 1
June 21, 1923 E E SURMER HERE TO CONFER WITH PAPER'S FRIENDS 1
June 21, 1923 MARGARET TEW, PAUL TOMS 1
June 28, 1923 LOCAL PRODUCERS PLAN CITY BRANCH OF POULTRY BODY 1
June 28, 1923 TEACHERS ELECTED FOR COMING YEAR IN GRADE SCHOOL 1
June 28, 1923 ARCHERY CONTEST WILL FEATURE IN INDIAN PAGEANT 1
June 28, 1923 MEETING CALLED MONDAY NIGHT TO FORM BAND HERE 1
June 28, 1923 ARCHERY CONTEST WILL FEATURE IN INDIAN PAGEANT 1
June 28, 1923 CHRISTINE LEARY, DWIGHT FARMER 4
June 28, 1923 HELEN GRACE BOINK, RICHARD GARDNER CAMPBELL 1
July 5, 1923 DAKOTA WOMAN BUYS KIRKLAND PROPERTY (BADGLEY, MRS J L) 1
July 5, 1923 KIRKLAND TO HAVE MODERN BOAT HOUSE 1
July 5, 1923 BE A BAND BOOSTER! 1
July 5, 1923 BAND ORGANIZES FIXES DATE FOR FIRST PRACTICE 1
July 5, 1923 BIG PAGEANT OF HIAWATHA TO BE SHOWN NEXT WEEK 1
July 5, 1923 WINNING BAND TO BE A FEATURE OF LEGION CARNIVAL 1
July 5, 1923 ARMSTRONG, JOSEPHINE F 1
July 5, 1923 NEW OFFICERS FOR LOCAL MEN'S CLUB CHOSEN FOR YEAR 1
July 12, 1923 MEETING JULY 20 TO CREATE LOCAL POULTRYMEN BODY 1
July 12, 1923 REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF KIRKLAND 7
July 12, 1923 NEW OLSEN HOME SOUTH OF KIRKLAND NEAR COMPLETION 1
July 12, 1923 LOCAL CANNERY IN FULL SWING ON SEASON WORK 1
July 12, 1923 FIRST PRACTICE OF KIRKLAND BAND IS HELD ON MONDAY 1
July 12, 1923 HIAWATHA TO BE GIVEN ON FRIDAY AND SATURDAY EVE 1
July 12, 1923 TWO BURGLARIES PROVE FRUITLESS IN RESULTS 1
July 12, 1923 WARSHIPS TO BE AT KIRKLAND FOR LEGION CARNIVAL 1
July 12, 1923 LEMIEUX, FLORENCE MARIE 1
July 19, 1923 CHAMBER WORKING TO CREATE WIDER LOGANBERRY SALE 1
July 19, 1923 MRS HARDY BUYS HIGHWAY HOMESITE 1
July 19, 1923 CHAMBER WORKING TO CREATE WIDER LOGANBERRY SALE 1
July 19, 1923 EPIC PAGEANT IS A SUCCESS FROM ALL STANDPOINTS 1
July 19, 1923 VARSITY CREW TO STAGE RACE FOR LEGION CARNIVAL 1
July 19, 1923 ILLUSTRATED FOLDER TELLS OF KIRKLAND 1
July 19, 1923 COUNCIL ORDERS NEW WOOLEN MILL ROAD 1
July 26, 1923 ANNIVERSARY OF JOURNAL SHOWS TOWN'S GROWTH 1
July 26, 1923 4 PLANES FROM SAND POINT TO DO STUNTS FOR CARNIVAL 1
July 26, 1923 ANNIVERSARY OF JOURNAL SHOWS TOWN'S GROWTH 1
July 26, 1923 WILD CAREER OF MYSTERIOUS AUTO STIRS KIRKLAND 1
July 26, 1923 4 PLANES FROM SAND POINT TO DO STUNTS FOR CARNIVAL 1
August 2, 1923 MAINE COUPLE BUY HOME IN KIRKLAND (CUTLER, JOEL G) 1
August 2, 1923 LOCAL BAND WILL DOUBLE TIME FOR LEGION CARNIVAL 1
August 2, 1923 LEGION POSTS OF COUNTY TO PICNIC HERE ON SUNDAY 1
August 2, 1923 LOCAL BAND WILL DOUBLE TIME FOR LEGION CARNIVAL 1
August 2, 1923 SHIP WHICH SAVED RAMMED DESTROYER TO BE HERE FOR LEGION CARNIVAL 1
August 2, 1923 ELECTRIC SIREN TO WARN PEOPLE OF LOCAL FIRES 1
August 2, 1923 SHIP WHICH SAVED RAMMED DESTROYER TO BE HERE FOR LEGION CARNIVAL 1
August 2, 1923 CADDEN, JAMES F 1
August 2, 1923 NEW 20-PASSENGER BUS ADDED TO MEDINA LINE 1
August 9, 1923 KIRKLAND YOUTH LEADS STATE IN HONORS AT SCHOOL (HOWLAND, DARRELL) 1
August 9, 1923 HUNDRED TONS OF BLACKBERRIES TO BE CANNED HERE 1
August 9, 1923 CARNIVAL PROGRAM 1
August 9, 1923 LEGION CARNIVAL WILL BE POSTPONED TO AUGUST 18 1
August 9, 1923 KIRKLAND WILL HONOR HARDING'S MEMORY FRIDAY 1
August 9, 1923 CHILDREN'S CLINIC TO BE AT DR MCKIBBEN'S OFFICE 1
August 9, 1923 SCOTT, MRS CLAYTON 1
August 9, 1923 MAGAZINE ARTICLE LAUDS KIRKLAND DAIRY HERD 1
August 23, 1923 EVANS' VARIETY STORE - REMOVAL SALE 3
August 23, 1923 MODEL ELECTRIC HOME IS OPENED ON BOTHELL WAY 1
August 23, 1923 MRS LEE ANNOUNCES FORMAL OPENING OF BEAUTY PARLOR 1
August 23, 1923 NEWCOMERS FROM MIDDLE-WEST ADD TO LOCAL HOMES 1
August 23, 1923 HIGH SCHOOL TO OPEN ON SEPT 4 FOR FALL TERM 1
August 23, 1923 HAWAIIAN NIGHT CARNIVAL HERE IS HUGE SUCCESS 1
August 23, 1923 NEW ORDINANCES DUE BEFORE TOWN COUNCIL MONDAY 1
August 23, 1923 CARAVAN OF '24 BUICK MODELS DUE HERE MONDAY 1
August 30, 1923 KIRKLAND PEOPLE PASS TEST FOR POULTRY CULLING 1
August 30, 1923 JOURNAL PRINTER SWIMS WIDTH OF LAKE WASHINGTON (SANNES, PETER) 1
August 30, 1923 TALENTED VIOLINIST COMES HERE TO MAKE HIS HOME (CLAUSEN, ARTHUR) 1
August 30, 1923 PTA CALLS FOR DONATIONS FOR REST ROOM AT CENTRAL 1
August 30, 1923 ALL READY FOR SCHOOL OPENING TUESDAY MORNING 1
August 30, 1923 MAYOR TO PICK PRETTIEST BABY AT BOTHELL FAIR 1
August 30, 1923 COUNCIL ADOPTS ANTI-BOOZE BILL AT SPECIAL MEET 1
August 30, 1923 GRACE O'DAY CHIROPRACTOR OPENS OFFICES IN KIRKLAND 1
August 30, 1923 COUNCIL ADOPTS ANTI-BOOZE BILL AT SPECIAL MEET 1
August 30, 1923 COUNCIL ADOPTS ANTI-BOOZE BILL AT SPECIAL MEET 1
August 30, 1923 ANCIENT BUICK CAR STILL RUNNING HERE 1
September 6, 1923 POULTRYMEN LOOK FORWARD TO ONE OF BEST SEASONS 1
September 6, 1923 HIGH SCHOOL HAS BIG ATTENDANCE 1
September 6, 1923 REGISTRATION OF GRADE SCHOOLS UNUSUALLY HEAVY 1
September 6, 1923 KIRKLAND STORY DEPICTED AGAIN BY MOVIE FILM 1
September 6, 1923 TOWN BUDGET TO BE PASSED UPON OCTOBER 1ST 1
September 6, 1923 MORRISON, B R 1
September 6, 1923 FALL CAMPAIGN IN COMMUNITY CHURCH GETTING UNDERWAY 1
September 6, 1923 ANITA REESE, JAMES WATSON 1
September 13, 1923 TURKEY-RAISING HERE PROVES TO BE POPULAR 1
September 13, 1923 BLAU GARAGE TO TEST AUTO LIGHTS 1
September 13, 1923 KIRKLAND CANNED GOODS ARE STARTING FOR BRITAIN 1
September 13, 1923 OFFERING FOR JAPANESE RELIEF MADE SUNDAY 1
September 13, 1923 KIRKLAND FILM TO BE SEEN HERE 1
September 13, 1923 WARD NUMBERS FOR FIRE ALARMS 4
September 13, 1923 HEALER HOLDS SERVICES IN PARK AT KIRKLAND 1
September 13, 1923 MRS LOU G BARRON, EDWARD DUNKIN 1
September 20, 1923 NEW EPISCOPAL CHURCH WILL BE COMPLETED SOON 1
September 20, 1923 BIGGER AND BETTER TOWN PROMISED 1
September 20, 1923 THOMPSON, GEORGE EDWARD 1
September 20, 1923 KIRKLAND PEOPLE REPLY TO QUERY WHY A CHURCH 1
September 27, 1923 BEAUTIFUL MARKS PLACE TO RAISE FINEST OF BULBS 1
September 27, 1923 INTERESTING STORIES OF KIRKLAND PEOPLE (BUCKLES, MARION J) 1
September 27, 1923 SESSION'S NEW PARLORS NEARING COMPLETION 1
September 27, 1923 GRADE SCHOOL HEAT TEST - SATISFACTORY 1
September 27, 1923 HUNDREDS OF TOURISTS PAY VISIT TO KIRKLAND REGISTER OF PARKS SHOW 1
September 27, 1923 WARD NUMBERS FOR FIRE ALARMS 4
September 27, 1923 KIRKLAND TO GET NEW PAYROLL - HOUGHTON SHIPYARD EXPANDS 1
September 27, 1923 SUCCESS ATTENDS CHURCH CANVASS OF ALL MEMBERS 1
September 27, 1923 NEW STAGE ORDERED FOR NORTH BEND LINE 1
September 27, 1923 ELSIE ALEXANDER, CYRIL GARBERG 1
October 4, 1923 BLUEBELL CREAMERY - BEGINS OPERATIONS 2
October 4, 1923 CLAUSEN TO GIVE CLASSICAL MUSIC CONCERT OCT 12 1
October 4, 1923 PASTIME CHANGES HANDS FROM BLAU TO ADAMS 1
October 4, 1923 FIRST OF CANNERY SHIPS REACH HERE 1
October 4, 1923 KIRKLAND CANNED GOODS NOW GOING TO NEW ZEALAND 1
October 4, 1923 BUDGET REDUCED BUT LEVY RAISED BY TOWN COUNCIL 1
October 4, 1923 CREAMERY BEGINS OPERATIONS HERE ON OCTOBER 1ST 1
October 4, 1923 BURT, JAMES 1
October 4, 1923 PETERS, MARY FREDERICKS 1
October 11, 1923 SILVER WEDDING OBSERVANCE HERE BY 150 (JACKSON, MR AND MRS A D H) 1
October 11, 1923 FORMER ALBERT LEA MAN IS BOOSTER FOR KIRKLAND (HEEGARD, W C) 1
October 11, 1923 ELSON STORE IS NOW OCCUPIED BY PEOPLE'S SUPPLY 1
October 11, 1923 SPECIAL SERVICE TO MAKE OPENING OF CHURCH HERE 1
October 11, 1923 ELSON STORE IS NOW OCCUPIED BY PEOPLE'S SUPPLY 1
October 11, 1923 EXTENSIVE IMPROVEMENTS MADE IN BLAU'S GARAGE 1
October 11, 1923 FIRE PROTECTION INSTALLATION IS GIVEN CHECK-UP 1
October 11, 1923 BROTHER ISAIAH TO REMAIN HERE FOR SOME TIME 1
October 18, 1923 BURKE & FARRAR IN NEW DEXTER HORTON BUILDING 1
October 18, 1923 CHILD WELFARE IS BIG TOPIC OF TEACHERS' MEET 1
October 18, 1923 WORK OF LOCAL FIRE-FIGHTERS PRAISED HIGHLY 1
October 18, 1923 ENLARGEMENT OF LOCAL SHIPYARD DOCKS UNDERWAY 1
October 18, 1923 INJUNCTION AGAINST UNDERTAKER IS ASKED 1
October 18, 1923 THOUSANDS COME HERE TO OBTAIN HELP OF HEALER 1
October 18, 1923 MERCER ISLAND BRIDGE WILL BE COMPLETED SOON 1
October 25, 1923 MCINTYRE-BUICK GARAGE WILL BE REBUILT AT ONCE 1
October 25, 1923 KIRKLAND MOVIE DRAWS CAPACITY CROWDS IN MONT. 1
October 25, 1923 EXTENSIVE STAND OF TIMBER NEAR HERE TO BE CUT 1
October 25, 1923 LEE ALLAN HOME ON ROSE HILL DESTROYED BY FIRE 1
October 25, 1923 MCINTYRE-BUICK GARAGE WILL BE REBUILT AT ONCE 1
October 25, 1923 THIEVES LOOT E J PRATT HOME ON CENTRAL AVE 1
October 25, 1923 LAUGESEN, MRS P 1
October 25, 1923 ARMOUR GIRL IS REPORTED ON WAY TO SEEK HEALER 1
October 25, 1923 MERCER ISLAND BRIDGE WILL BE OPENED NOV 10 1
November 1, 1923 STOCK SELLING FOR NEW WOODMAN HALL 1
November 1, 1923 LOCAL FIRM NOW DIRECTS DEALERS FOR CHEVROLETS 1
November 1, 1923 TEACHERS TO ASK READJUSTMENT FROM PRESENT SYSTEM 1
November 1, 1923 ASSISTANT PURSER OF FERRY LINCOLN IS HOLDUP VICTIM 1
November 1, 1923 LAUGERSEN, KIRSTINE 1
November 1, 1923 BROTHER ISAIAH MAY REMAIN HERE UNTIL CHRISTMAS 1
November 8, 1923 J R WALKER PURCHASES KIRKLAND BARBER SHOP 1
November 8, 1923 LOGGING COMPANY ENGINE WRECKED BY DYNAMITES 1
November 8, 1923 GIRCHARD, AMY ORILDA 1
November 8, 1923 WHITE, J H 4
November 8, 1923 BIG KIRKLAND FACTORY EXPANDS 1
November 15, 1923 NEW YORK BANK LAUDS TYPE OF KIRKLAND EGGS 1
November 15, 1923 LOCAL BOY LAUDED AS PLANT WIZARD (SHERBROOKE, CHARLES) 1
November 15, 1923 SERVICES HELD AT NEW ST JOHN'S CHURCH HERE 4
November 15, 1923 BLAU PURCHASES HUB FROM PENSE & HUFF 4
November 15, 1923 GREEN, ARCHIE WILLIAM 4
November 15, 1923 BRIDGE LINKING MERCER ISLAND WITH MAINLAND (PHOTO) 1
November 22, 1923 BUSY BUSINESS LOCATION HERE CHANGES HANDS (KIRKLAND MERCANTILE) 1
November 22, 1923 LOCAL CANNERY CONTINUES WORK UNTIL JANUARY 1
November 22, 1923 WHOLE TOWN IS URGED TO PLANT TREES ON DEC 1 1
November 22, 1923 COMMUNITY XMAS PLANNED AGAIN 1
November 22, 1923 SNYDER, DR W J 1
November 29, 1923 SATURDAY TO BE CITY BEAUTIFUL DAY IN KIRKLAND 1
November 29, 1923 XMAS CELEBRATION TO BE STAGED IN HIGH SCHOOL HERE 1
November 29, 1923 VANDERBERG, WILLIAM 1
December 6, 1923 ORGANIZATION FOR GERMAN RELIEF ON 1
December 6, 1923 CAN OF MILK IS ADMISSION PRICE OF PICTURE SHOW 1
December 6, 1923 HUGE ORDER FOR SCOW LUMBER IS PLACED LOCALLY 1
December 6, 1923 MAINES, JOHN W 1
December 13, 1923 BROOKEWOOD GARDENS STARTS GREENHOUSES 5
December 13, 1923 NORTH DAKOTA FAMILY COMES TO KIRKLAND (ENGBRECHT, J J) 1
December 13, 1923 EXPERT TAKES OVER AUTO REPAIR SHOP 1
December 13, 1923 MANAGER OF GATEWAY INSTALLS NEW SCREEN 1
December 13, 1923 CHAMBER STARTS FUND CANVASSING FOR CIVIC XMAS 1
December 13, 1923 LEGION LADIES PLAY HERE PROVES ENJOYABLE SUCCESS 1
December 13, 1923 LEGION POST TO BACK BOY SCOUT MOVEMENT HERE 1
December 27, 1923 REBUILT HOME OF MCINTYRE-BUICK IS MODEL PLANT 1
December 27, 1923 $300,000 WORTH OF CONSTRUCTION IS RECORD OF 1923 1
December 27, 1923 NEW DENTIST HERE TO BEGIN PRACTICE 1
December 27, 1923 HUNDREDS ATTEND COMMUNITY XMAS HERE ON SUNDAY 1
December 27, 1923 BIBLE EDUCATION TO BE TOPIC OF CONVENTION HERE 1
January 3, 1924 MRS SHOUP WILL TALK AT POULTRY MEETING TONIGHT 1
January 3, 1924 YAKIMA MEETING MAY HELP APPLE SELLING PROBLEM 1
January 3, 1924 LEGION KID PARTY GOES OVER IN STYLE 1
January 3, 1924 ROSE HILL COMMUNITY HAS SUCCESSFUL XMAS 1
January 3, 1924 MONTANA MAN STARTS BIG BEE INDUSTRY (HUDSON, GEORGE) 1
January 3, 1924 CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR ELECTS NEW OFFICERS 1
January 3, 1924 REGISTRATION TO BEGIN HERE FOR MARCH ELECTION 1
January 3, 1924 BIG INCREASE IN POSTAL RECEIPTS ARE SHOWN HERE 1
January 3, 1924 PROGRAM FOR BIG BIBLE EDUCATION MEET ANNOUNCED 1
January 3, 1924 ROSE HILL COMMUNITY HAS SUCCESSFUL XMAS 1
January 3, 1924 OVERHEAD PHONE CABLE REPLACES OLD WIRES HERE 1
January 3, 1924 REAL ESTATE FOR SALE-NEW COTTAGE 7
January 3, 1924 FLORENCE BURLESON, CARL STEIFEL 1
January 10, 1924 BIG CROWD HEARS MRS SHOUP TELL OF CHICK-RAISING 1
January 10, 1924 GRIFFITH'S DAIRY BUYS NEW FARM; DAILY ROUTE HERE 1
January 10, 1924 REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF KIRKLAND 7
January 10, 1924 HARDWARE STORE TAKEN OVER BY BREMERTON MAN 1
January 10, 1924 REPAIR SHOP CHANGES HANDS FIRST OF YEAR 1
January 10, 1924 WILL CLEAN RUGS FREE TO SHOW VACUUM CLEANER (STEWARD, A W) 1
January 10, 1924 CHAMBER OF COMMERCE TO ELECT OFFICERS TUESDAY 1
January 10, 1924 JUANITA CLUB PLANS SERIES OF DANCES 1
January 10, 1924 CALDWELL, JAMES G 1
January 10, 1924 LOWELL, L KELSEY 1
January 10, 1924 MOORE, EDWIN 1
January 10, 1924 PETERSON, PETER GUSTAVE 1
January 10, 1924 LEGION AUXILIARY INSTALLS OFFICERS 1
January 10, 1924 WILL CLEAN RUGS FREE TO SHOW VACUUM CLEANER 1
January 10, 1924 RELIGIOUS MEETING TO OPEN TONIGHT 1
January 10, 1924 V TAYLOR WINS BUS FRANCHISE TO BEAUX ARTS 1
January 10, 1924 WHO MANAGES YOUR INVESTMENT? 2
January 17, 1924 CANNERY NEEDS FOR THIS SEASON ARE SUMMARIZED 1
January 17, 1924 CANNERY NEEDS FOR THIS SEASON SUMMARIZED 1
January 17, 1924 PETTIGREW NOW HEAD OF LOCAL COMMERCE BODY 1
January 17, 1924 KIRKLAND LOCALS THE NEXT MEETING OF THE CHILD WELFARE CLINIC 5
January 17, 1924 NEW USE FOR ALUMINUM 4
January 17, 1924 POULTRY RIGHT FEEDING VITAL TO GET EGGS DURING WINTER 6
January 17, 1924 RAW FUR PRICES NOW HIGHEST OF SEASON 1
January 17, 1924 ROBINSON BUYS OUT PARTNER IN FUEL FIRM HERE 1
January 17, 1924 GILL, HENRY THEODORE 1
January 17, 1924 LEGION MEN HERE TO INSTALL NEW OFFICERS JAN 22 1
January 17, 1924 ANNIVERSARY OF CLUB TO BE CELEBRATED 1
January 17, 1924 EAST SIDE MAN ANNOUNCES SELF FOR COUNTY POST (BROWN, WILLIAM) 1
January 17, 1924 REGISTRATION HERE VERY LIGHT SO FAR 1
January 17, 1924 MANY ATTEND BIBLE STUDY MEETING HELD HERE 1
January 17, 1924 ROSE HILL CLUB TO GIVE CARD PARTY JANUARY 19 1
January 17, 1924 DO IT ELECTRICALLY 5
January 17, 1924 TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN 9
January 24, 1924 ACCREDITED CHICKS ORDER YOUR 1924 CHICKS NOW AND GET THEM 9
January 24, 1924 HAVE YOU TRIED OUR "MANGLE ALL" SERVICE OR DRY WASH? 6
January 24, 1924 J.W. MADDOX, CHIROPRACTOR 6
January 24, 1924 THE KIRKLAND DRYGOODS NEW SPRING DRESSES IN CHECKS TRIMMED 10
January 24, 1924 TRY OUR HOME COOKED DINNER $.35 PASTIME CIGAR STORE 6
January 24, 1924 MR AND MRS W D KEIFFER OBSERVE GOLDEN WEDDING ANNIVERSARY 3
January 24, 1924 CHAMBER NAMES COMMITTEES FOR SEASON'S WORK 1
January 24, 1924 UNION A AND CENTRAL SCHOOL ARE HAVING MID YEAR EXAMINATIONS 5
January 24, 1924 WESTER NOT TO RUN AGAIN FOR MAYORALTY POST 1
January 24, 1924 HOUGHTON YARD UNUSUALLY BUSY REPAIRING SHIPS 1
January 24, 1924 VOTING PRECINCT AT HOUGHTON EXTENDED TO NORTH AND EAST 1
January 24, 1924 JUANITA NEWS, THE "LEAP YEAR DANCE" WHICH WAS GIVEN BY THE 2
January 24, 1924 JUANITA NEWS, THE JUANITA WOMAN'S CLUB MET THURSDAY 2
January 24, 1924 HOUGHTON YARD UNUSUALLY BUSY REPAIRING SHIPS 1
January 24, 1924 LOCAL MAN CLEARED OF RECKLESS DRIVING CHARGE 1
January 24, 1924 THE ROSEHILL CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR SOCIETY WAS GUESTS OF THE KIRKS 5
January 24, 1924 NEW EXECUTIVES OF LEGION POST INSTALLED IN OFFICE 1
January 24, 1924 MRS. E.R. NEIGHBOR AND MRS. C. MILLER WERE HOSTESSES AT THE 5
January 24, 1924 THE WILLAMETTE UNIVERSITY LADIES GLEE CLUB WILL GIVE A CONCERT 1
January 24, 1924 VOTING PRECINCT AT HOUGHTON EXTENDED TO NORTH AND EAST 1
January 24, 1924 WESTER NOT TO RUN AGAIN FOR MAYORALTY POST 1
January 24, 1924 POULTRY FARM $1950--3 ACRES UNDER CULTIVATION 9
January 24, 1924 THE HIGH SCHOOL TEAM JOURNEYS TO REDMOND FRIDAY EVENING TO TAKE 5
January 24, 1924 MRS BOWEN AS LEADER ORGANIZES JUNIOR CHURCH 1
January 24, 1924 MR. AND MRS. WHEADON AND MRS. C.H. BENSON ATTENDED THE FLORISTS 3
January 24, 1924 ROSE HILL COMMUNITY CLUB VOTES TO SPONSOR NEW WATER DISTRICT 3
January 24, 1924 WHEN ORDERING DAY OLD BABY CHICKS, WHY NOT ORDER FROM WELL EST 7
January 24, 1924 WILL DEMONSTRATE HOME WATER SUPPLY 1
January 24, 1924 ACCREDITED CHICKS ORDER YOUR 1924 CHICKS NOW 9
January 24, 1924 FOR SALE--FOREST WOOD 16 INCH $8.50 A CORD 9
January 24, 1924 LOST AND FOUND, LOST-WILL THE WOMAN WHO WAS SEEN PICKING UP RUTH 7
January 24, 1924 WHEN ORDERING DAY OLD BABY CHICKS, WHY NOT ORDER FROM WELL SET 7
January 24, 1924 FRANK MATZEK WAS ABLE TO RETURN TO THE WOOLEN MILLS LAST WEEK 5
January 31, 1924 COLUMBIA VALLEY LUMBER COMPANY, KIRKLAND, JP MCEVOY, MGR 4
January 31, 1924 FIRST MORTGAGE MONEY IN LARGE AND SMALL AMOUNTS(PRUDENTIAL) 3
January 31, 1924 KIRKLAND HARDWARE & FURNITURE CO. 5
January 31, 1924 LONG LASTING POWER KIRKLAND STORAGE BATTERY CO. 3
January 31, 1924 BERRYGROWERS TO MEET WEDNESDAY TO LEARN PRICES 1
January 31, 1924 FIRST MORTGAGE MONEY IN LARGE OR SMALL AMOUNTS (PRUDENTIAL) 3
January 31, 1924 NEW MANAGER FOR STANDARD OIL COMES HERE (LARIMORE, L E) 1
January 31, 1924 BERRYGROWERS TO MEET WEDNESDAY TO LEARN PRICES 1
January 31, 1924 CAUCUS TO NAME CANDIDATES FOR SCHOOL DIRECTOR 1
January 31, 1924 RED MAN PREFERS RED COLOR 6
January 31, 1924 NEW DOLLAR BILL IS ALL "DOLLED UP" 6
January 31, 1924 TAX REDUCTION MOVE (SEC OF TREASURY SAYS IT'S FEASIBLE) 6
January 31, 1924 EVEREST, ELSON AND BURBANK ARE GIVEN APPROVAL 1
January 31, 1924 MAYOR WESTER RETIRES 6
January 31, 1924 TWO CANDIDATES FOR MAYOR MAKE THEIR ANNOUNCEMENT 1
January 31, 1924 STEAM-STERILIZING MILK CANS DESTROYS BACTERIA 7
January 31, 1924 ROSE HILL (THE LADIES OF THE NOKOMIS CLUB 7
January 31, 1924 LEGION MEN TAKE CHARGE OF SCOUT MOVEMENT HERE 1
January 31, 1924 LEGION MEN TAKE CHARGE OF SCOUT MOVEMENT HERE 1
January 31, 1924 KIRKLAND WOMAN'S CLUB CELEBRATES AT PARTY (4TH ANNIVERSARY) 1
January 31, 1924 THE WOMENS CLUB WILL NOMINATE NEW OFFICERS 1
January 31, 1924 EVEREST, ELSON AND BURBANK ARE GIVEN APPROVAL 1
January 31, 1924 TWO CANDIDATES FOR MAYOR MAKE THEIR ANNOUNCEMENT 1
January 31, 1924 JOURNAL HAS NEW MAN ON CIRCULATION WORK (RANDOLPH, C J) 1
January 31, 1924 THE BOK PEACE PLAN 6
January 31, 1924 THE NEW WORD, WINNING A PRIZE OF $200 IS "SCOFFLAW" 5
February 7, 1924 F.C. ROBINSON DENTIST (IN P.O. BLDG W/ DR. MCKIBBEN) 2
February 7, 1924 NEW BIG PACKAGE 111 CIGARETTES 24 FOR $.15 2
February 7, 1924 BERRYMEN SIGN CONTRACTS FOR SEASON'S CROP 1
February 7, 1924 EASTERN MAN BUYS SHOW PROPERTY HERE (CHARLES E. JONES "HILLCREST) 1
February 7, 1924 NEW GREENHOUSES AT BROOKWOOD COMPLETED 1
February 7, 1924 EASTERN MAN BUYS SHOW PROPERTY HERE (CHARLES E. JONES "HILLCREST) 1
February 7, 1924 EASTERN MAN BUYS SHOW PROPERTY HERE (GOUTHEY, REV A P) 1
February 7, 1924 FIRE DESTROYS HOUSE OWNED BY J.E. RAUSCH 1
February 7, 1924 BUYS 5000 BABY CHICKS FROM HOLLYWOOD HATCHERY 1
February 7, 1924 F J ZABLE BUYS PARTNER'S INTEREST IN SIGN COMPANY 1
February 7, 1924 F.J. ZABLE BUYS PARTNER'S INTEREST IN COMPANY(EASTSIDE PAINT & SIGN) 1
February 7, 1924 NEW GREENHOUSES AT BROOKWOOD COMPLETED 1
February 7, 1924 BERRYMEN SIGN CONTRACTS FOR SEASON'S CROPS 1
February 7, 1924 NEW DENTIST OPENS OFFICE IN BANK BLOCK (DOBBS, C C) 1
February 7, 1924 ANNUAL BALL OF CHAMBER HERE IS SET FOR MARCH 15 1
February 7, 1924 K.H.S WAS PROUD TO COME HOME FROM ISSAQUAH THE WINNING SCORE 5
February 7, 1924 NOMINATIONS ARE MADE FOR SCHOOL DIRECTOR 1
February 7, 1924 VOLUNTEERS ARE WANTED TO PLANT TREES ON FEB 9 1
February 7, 1924 LINCOLN DAY BANQUET TO BE HELD MONDAY EVENING 1
February 7, 1924 FIRE DESTROYS HOUSE OWNED BY J E RAUSCH 1
February 7, 1924 MIDLAKES FIRE CAUSES LOSS OF NEARLY $15,000 1
February 7, 1924 ORDINANCE NO.239(RELATING TO CONSTRUCTION, ERECTION, ALTERATION 7
February 7, 1924 COUNCIL FAVORS BONDING SYSTEM OF IMPROVEMENTS 1
February 7, 1924 PTA NOTES (THE CHILD WELFARE COMMITTEE-GOITER PREVENTION ) 4
February 7, 1924 BUYS 5000 BABY CHICKS FROM HOLLYWOOD HATCHERY 1
February 7, 1924 DR O A KELLS COMES TO KIRKLAND TO PRACTICE 1
February 7, 1924 DR. A.O. KELLS COMES TO KIRKLAND TO PRACTICE (MEDICINE & SURGERY) 1
February 7, 1924 DR. ROBINSON MOVES FAMILY TO KIRKLAND (DENTIST) 1
February 7, 1924 NEW DENTIST OPENS OFFICE IN BANK BLOCK (DOBBS, C C) 1
February 7, 1924 NEW MEASURING BOARD TO BE USED BY CLINIC(TO MEASURE BABIES) 1
February 7, 1924 P.T.A. NOTES (THE CHILD WELFARE COMMITTEE-GOITER PREVENTION ) 4
February 7, 1924 JOSTEN, JUDITH MATILDA 1
February 7, 1924 PUTT, ROY CLIFTON JR 1
February 7, 1924 P.T.A. NOTES (THE CHILD WELFARE COMMITTEE-GOITER PREVENTION ) 4
February 7, 1924 ANNUAL BALL OF CHAMBER HERE IS SET FOR MARCH 15(2ND ANNUAL) 1
February 7, 1924 VOLUNTEERS ARE WANTED TO PLANT TREES ON FEB. 9(CITY BEAU. ORGANIZ 1
February 7, 1924 NEW MEASURING BOARD TO BE USED BY CLINIC(TO MEASURE BABIES) 1
February 7, 1924 EVEREST MAKES REPLY TO RUMOR ATTACKING HIM 1
February 7, 1924 REGISTRATION STILL SLOW; POLL BOOKS CLOSE FEB 19 1
February 7, 1924 THE TEAPOT DOME SCANDAL 6
February 7, 1924 EASTERN MAN BUYS SHOW PROPERTY HERE (CHARLES E. JONES "HILLCREST) 1
February 7, 1924 K.H.S WAS PROUD TO COME HOME FROM ISSAQUAH THE WINNING SCORE 5
February 7, 1924 LOCAL TEAM WILL PLAY FOR S.V.A. CHAMPIONSHIP(BOYS & GIRLS) 1
February 7, 1924 EASTERN MAN BUYS SHOW PROPERTY HERE (EVANGELIST) 1
February 7, 1924 KIRKLAND NEWS NOTES (JUNIOR CHURCH ELECTED OFFICERS) 4
February 7, 1924 NAZARENE CHURCH, ROSE HILL 4
February 7, 1924 DAISYT D WEAVER, ALFRED D PINNEY 1
February 7, 1924 NEW ADDITION TO WOOLEN MILLS IS NEAR COMPLETION 1
February 14, 1924 GOLD (TODD FEED CO.) 6
February 14, 1924 WHEN INSURANCE MEANS SOMETHING (J.B. REESE) 3
February 14, 1924 ALFALFA-GROWING BOOSTED FOR THIS REGION BY EXPERT 1
February 14, 1924 ENGLAND TO BUY LOGANBERRIES OF KIRKLAND REGION 1
February 14, 1924 MR BLAKE IS PLANTING FIVE ACRES IN CHERRIES 1
February 14, 1924 COUNTRY STORE WILL BE FEATURED AT THEATRE 1
February 14, 1924 KIRKLAND BATTERY STATION EMPLOYS NEW ELECTRICIAN (FREE, HARRY) 1
February 14, 1924 NEW SANITARY MARKET OPENS HERE THIS WEEK 2
February 14, 1924 NEW SPARK PLUG CARRIED AT BLAU'S CHEVROLET GARAGE 1
February 14, 1924 NOVELTY STORE TO OPEN HERE WITHIN FEW DAYS 1
February 14, 1924 ENGLAND TO BUY LOGANBERRIES OF KIRKLAND REGION 1
February 14, 1924 BIG MEETING OF LOCAL CHAMBER ON TUESDAY NIGHT 1
February 14, 1924 CENTRAL SCHOOL PUPILS TO GIVE ENTERTAINMENT 1
February 14, 1924 TOM THUMB WEDDING WILL BE GIVEN FEB 29 1
February 14, 1924 TREES PLANTED ALONG HIGHWAY TO NORTH LIMITS 1
February 14, 1924 PLAN TO GET MODERN FIRE EQUIPMENT 1
February 14, 1924 ENGLAND TO BUY LOGANBERRIES OF KIRKLAND REGION 1
February 14, 1924 ST. VALENTINES PARTY PROVES HUGE SUCCESS(GENERAL LADIES AID) 1
February 14, 1924 FOR SALE BY OWNER-2.5 ACRES ON THE PAVED RD $800, 25 DN,SM MO PMT 7
February 14, 1924 TREES PLANTED ALONG HIGHWAY TO NORTH LIMITS 1
February 14, 1924 (WANTED) AT SERVICE-A FINE JERSEY BULL, LADY BOY, SON OF STORM K 7
February 14, 1924 FOR SALE BY OWNER-2.5 ACRES ON THE PAVED RD $800, 25 DN,SM MO PMT 7
February 17, 1924 PLAN TO GET MODERN FIRE EQUIPMENT 1
February 28, 1924 BUSINESS SERVICE AID FOR FARMERS 7
February 28, 1924 FIRST DAFFODILS OF SEASON ARE HERE 1
February 28, 1924 MONEY-MAKING IN RAISING POULTRY TOLD BY EXPERT 1
February 28, 1924 DAKOTA HEIRESS COMES TO KIRKLAND TO MAKE HOME (MONDOU, HILDA FOSS 1
February 28, 1924 COLORADO PEOPLE HERE TO MAKE THEIR HOME (SEAVEY, CHARLES) 1
February 28, 1924 BUSINESS SERVICE AID FOR FARMERS 7
February 28, 1924 NORDSTROM BUYS PAINTING BUSINESS OF LON ALLEN 1
February 28, 1924 BOOSTER BOOKLET UP FOR DISTRIBUTION 1
February 28, 1924 MONTANA PEOPLE COMING HERE TO TAKE UP HOMES 1
February 28, 1924 NOTICE OF SALE OF TIMBER ON STATE LAND 7
February 28, 1924 WHAT IS THE MATTER WITH CONGRESS? 6
February 28, 1924 BOOSTER BOOKLET UP FOR DISTRIBUTION (VIRTUES OF LIVING IN KIRKLAND 1
February 28, 1924 COLORADO PEOPLE HERE TO MAKE THEIR HOME (CHARLES GIBBS' FRIENDS) 1
February 28, 1924 A.O.U.W. INSTALLS OFFICERS 1
February 28, 1924 HELLIGER, MINNIE 1
February 28, 1924 HIGGENBOTHAM, HELEN GRACE 1
February 28, 1924 LEE, SARAH C 4
February 28, 1924 A.O.U.W. INSTALLS OFFICERS 1
February 28, 1924 CAMPAIGN ISSUES UP FOR DISCUSSION TUESDAY NIGHT 1
February 28, 1924 BOOSTER BOOKLET UP FOR DISTRIBUTION (IN THE ZONE OF FILTERED SUNS 1
March 4, 1924 NAMES THAT ARE APPROPRIATE FOR STREETS URGED 1
March 4, 1924 NAMES THAT ARE APPROPRIATE FOR STREETS URGED 1
March 4, 1924 NAMES THAT ARE APPROPRIATE FOR STREETS URGED 1
March 4, 1924 NAMES THAT ARE APPROPRIATE FOR STREETS URGED 1
March 6, 1924 ARTIFICIAL TEETH 4
March 6, 1924 AS A LOCAL INDUSTRY REPRESENTING AN ANNUAL PAYROLL OF $200,000 4
March 6, 1924 BOOST KIRKLAND  BY SENDING YOUR EASTERN FRIENDS THE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 4
March 6, 1924 LATEST STYLES IN LADIES SHOES FOR SPRING (KIRKLAND CLOTHING CO.) 5
March 6, 1924 SOME ROAST (TODD FEED COMPANY) 6
March 6, 1924 THE FOLLOWING USED CARS ARE PRICED FOR IMMEDIATE SALE 4
March 6, 1924 TRADE IN KIRKLAND (KIRKLAND LAUNDRY COMPANY) 6
March 6, 1924 TRY OUR HOME COOKED DINNER ( PASTIME CIGAR STORE) 6
March 6, 1924 WE THE UNDER SIGNED, VOTERS AND TAXPAYERS OF KIRKLAND, BEING 4
March 6, 1924 FISHER DESCRIBES PROPER PLANTING OF STRAWBERRIES 1
March 6, 1924 HOG RANCH WILL EXPEND $15000 ON IMPROVEMENTS 1
March 6, 1924 BETTERMENTS ARE UNDER WAY ALL OVER KIRKLAND 1
March 6, 1924 BOOST KIRKLAND  BY SENDING YOUR EASTERN FRIENDS THE CHAMBER OF 4
March 6, 1924 BETTERMENTS ARE UNDER WAY ALL OVER KIRKLAND 1
March 6, 1924 GEORGE OUR BOY REPORTER (ODD EDITORIAL IN PAPER EVERY DAY) 4
March 6, 1924 AS A LOCAL INDUSTRY REPRESENTING AN ANNUAL PAYROLL OF $200,000 4
March 6, 1924 JAZZ ORCHESTRA FOR MEAT MARKET OPENING 2
March 6, 1924 TOM THUMB WEDDING SUCCESSFULLY GIVEN 5
March 6, 1924 AS A LOCAL INDUSTRY REPRESENTING AN ANNUAL PAYROLL OF $200,000 4
March 6, 1924 EVEREST TELLS SUPPORTERS OF CAMPAIGN ISSUE 1
March 6, 1924 WE THE UNDER SIGNED, VOTERS AND TAXPAYERS OF KIRKLAND, BEING 4
March 6, 1924 WINTERS TELLS VOTERS WHY HE SHOULD BE MAYOR 1
March 6, 1924 FISHER DESCRIBES PROPER PLANTING OF STRAWBERRIES 1
March 6, 1924 HOG RANCH WILL EXPAND $15,000 ON IMPROVEMENTS (PACIFIC MEAT&PKG) 1
March 6, 1924 REED, MRS W M 1
March 6, 1924 REED, W M 1
March 6, 1924 AS A LOCAL INDUSTRY REPRESENTING AN ANNUAL PAYROLL OF $200,000 4
March 6, 1924 EVEREST TELLS SUPPORTERS OF CAMPAIGN ISSUE 1
March 6, 1924 EVEREST TELLS SUPPORTERS OF CAMPAIGN ISSUE 1
March 6, 1924 WE THE UNDER SIGNED, VOTERS AND TAXPAYERS OF KIRKLAND, BEING 4
March 6, 1924 WINTERS TELLS VOTERS WHY HE SHOULD BE MAYOR 1
March 6, 1924 KIRKLAND WINS HILLER; CALIFORNIA LOSES OUT 1
March 6, 1924 BETTERMENTS ARE UNDER WAY ALL OVER KIRKLAND 1
March 6, 1924 NAMES THAT ARE APPROPRIATE FOR STREETS URGED 1
March 6, 1924 GERTRUDE SCHOFELD, DWIGHT D DOTT 1
March 6, 1924 AS A LOCAL INDUSTRY REPRESENTING AN ANNUAL PAYROLL OF $200,000 4
March 13, 1924 CHAMBER TO HOLD SPECIAL MEETING 1
March 13, 1924 MUCH BUILDING AND CULTIVATION GOING ON HERE 1
March 13, 1924 MUCH BUILDING AND CULTIVATION GOING ON HERE 1
March 13, 1924 BERRY PLANTING IS DESCRIBED BY CANNERY EXPERT 1
March 13, 1924 CANNERY WANTS CONTRACTS MADE 1
March 13, 1924 BOOST C OF C DANCE SATURDAY NIGHT 1
March 13, 1924 CHAMBER TO HOLD SPECIAL MEETING 1
March 13, 1924 MUCH BUILDING AND CULTIVATION GOING ON HERE 1
March 13, 1924 THE ELECTION 1
March 13, 1924 BOOST C OF C DANCE SATURDAY NIGHT 1
March 13, 1924 H L WINTERS IS VICTOR IN RACE FOR MAYORALTY 1
March 13, 1924 THE ELECTION 1
March 13, 1924 SUGAR CROPS URGED FOR WESTERN WASHINGTON CROPS 1
March 13, 1924 CITIZEN'S TRAINING CAMP TO BE HELD AT CAMP LEWIS 1
March 13, 1924 W.C.T.U. ORGANIZED BRANCH IN KIRKLAND 1
March 13, 1924 H.L. WINTERS IS VICTOR IN RACE FOR MAYORALTY 1
March 13, 1924 THE ELECTION 1
March 13, 1924 WCTU ORGANIZED BRANCH IN KIRKLAND 1
March 13, 1924 TENNIS SEASON IS "ON" NOW IN FULL SWING 1
March 13, 1924 GARBAGE COLLECTION WILL BEING WEDNESDAY 5
March 20, 1924 GARDEN WEEK IS NOTED HERE WITH SPADE AND RAKE 1
March 20, 1924 ANNUAL BALL OF LOCAL CHAMBER IS BIG SUCCESS 1
March 20, 1924 FIRE EQUIPMENT ARRIVES AND IS STORED ON DOCK 1
March 20, 1924 MILLION DOLLAR SUGAR FACTORY MAY COME HERE 1
March 20, 1924 KOSTER, JOE 1
March 20, 1924 OFFICERS CHOSEN FOR TENNIS CLUB AND PLANS MADE 1
March 20, 1924 GERTRUDE STENSLAND, SWEN NORBERG 2
March 27, 1924 FARM MANAGEMENT SPECIALIST FROM PULLMAN COMING 1
March 27, 1924 JUANITA BOY IS CHAMP BOXER OF EASTERN COLLEGE (REINE, JOHN) 1
March 27, 1924 MUCH BUILDING GOING ON HERE SURVEY SHOWS 1
March 27, 1924 MUCH BUILDING GOING ON HERE SURVEY SHOWS 1
March 27, 1924 VAUDEVILLE AND BAGPIPE CONCERT ON LEGION BOAT 1
March 27, 1924 CARD PARTY TO BE GIVEN IN BENEFIT OF LIBRARY 1
March 27, 1924 POWER COMPANY'S MAGAZINE TELLS KIRKLAND STORY 3
March 27, 1924 JUANITA BOY IS CHAMP BOXER OF EASTERN COLLEGE (REINE, JOHN) 1
April 3, 1924 CULTIVATION OF GARDENS AND ORCHARDS UNDER WAY 1
April 3, 1924 NEW BUILDING GOING UP EVERY DAY IN KIRKLAND 1
April 3, 1924 POULTRYMEN ARE BUSY REMODELING STRUCTURES 1
April 3, 1924 LAKEWOOD FURNITURE CO BOUGHT BY GEORGE BARTSCH 1
April 3, 1924 JUMP IN POSTAL RECEIPTS SHOWS POPULATION GAIN 1
April 3, 1924 NEW BUILDING GOING UP EVERY DAY IN KIRKLAND 1
April 3, 1924 SPECIAL PROGRAM TO ACCOMPANY "GALLOPING FISH" 1
April 3, 1924 BIG ORDER FOR LUMBER PLACED HERE FOR NORTH 1
April 3, 1924 INTEREST GROWS IN BEET SUGAR INDUSTRY HERE 1
April 3, 1924 PAPSUO, INFANT 1
April 3, 1924 ROBINSON, MARCELS ROSS 1
April 3, 1924 JUMP IN POSTAL RECEIPTS SHOWS POPULATION GAIN 1
April 3, 1924 TACOMA MAN TO DISCUSS BIBLE 1
April 3, 1924 IVA BEEMAN, A DEAN FORBES 1
May 1, 1924 NEW CONSTRUCTION MARK'S BELLEVUE'S RAPID PROGRESS 1
May 1, 1924 PLANS BUILDING NEW GARAGE ON KIRKLAND AVE (MCINTYRE, R J) 1
May 1, 1924 MEMORIAL PRESENTATION MADE TO LOCAL CHURCH (ST MARK'S) 1
May 1, 1924 WELL KEPT HOMES FORM PICTURESQUE URBAN BEAUTY 1
May 1, 1924 PLANS BUILDING NEW GARAGE ON KIRKLAND AVE (MCINTYRE, R J) 1
May 1, 1924 PTA WILL HOLD CHILD WELFARE MEETING MAY 6 3
May 1, 1924 MASSED BAND WILL LEAD EAGLES PARADE 1
May 1, 1924 BALLOT WILL BE CAST TO DECIDE FIRE TRUCK ISSUE 1
May 1, 1924 DICKERSON, STEPHEN (CIVIL WAR VET) 1
May 1, 1924 WORK ON TENNIS COURTS COMPLETED THIS WEEK 1
May 1, 1924 LOCAL AUTOISTS MAKES 400 MILES DAILY ON TOUR (BLAU, E.A., & O.L.) 1
May 1, 1924 EXTRA TRIPS ARE ANNOUNCED IN FERRY SCHEDULE 1
May 8, 1924 POULTRY EXPERT DEALS WITH CHICK INCUBATION NEEDS 1
May 8, 1924 KIRKLAND CLIMATE FAVORS GIRLS - DR STORK BRINGS SPRING STOCK 1
May 8, 1924 KLENERT'S MARKET MAKING DELIVERIES TO HUNT'S POINT 1
May 8, 1924 NEW CANDY STORE IS OPENED ON KIRKLAND AVENUE 1
May 8, 1924 8 MONTH OLD BABY BADLY INJURED BY BACKING AUTO 1
May 8, 1924 NEW RESIDENTS ARE ENTHUSIASTIC IN PRAISE OF KIRKLAND 1
May 8, 1924 LACK OF ELECTRIC STOVE POSTPONES COOKING CLASS 1
May 8, 1924 RESIDENTS ASKED TO HELP BUILD KITCHEN AT PARK 1
May 8, 1924 COUNCIL MEETING CALLED FOR STREET IMPROVEMENTS 1
May 8, 1924 BIG WATER SYSTEM AT YARROW POINT IS NOW COMPLETED 1
May 15, 1924 BERRY CULTURE IS FAVORED BY MANY LOCAL RESIDENTS 1
May 15, 1924 NORTHWEST GROWN FRUIT SUBJECT TO GROWING DEMAND 1
May 15, 1924 BERGSTROM HOME IN BELLEVUE IS GUTTED BY FIRE 1
May 15, 1924 HURLBUT CASH GROCERY MOVES INTO NEW LOCATION 4
May 15, 1924 DEVELOPMENT AND IMPROVEMENT CO FORMED IN BELLEVUE 4
May 15, 1924 BERGSTROM HOME IN BELLEVUE IS GUTTED BY FIRE 1
May 15, 1924 C FAUCETT AND J C MILLAR TAKE OVER COAL AND WOOD CO 1
May 15, 1924 JUANITA BEACH HAS MANY IMPROVEMENTS THIS SEASON 1
May 15, 1924 JUANITA BEACH HAS MANY IMPROVEMENTS THIS SEASON 1
May 15, 1924 "ALCO" BUILT HERE FOR ALASKAN USE; LAUNCHED MAY 10 1
May 15, 1924 HENCHLIFF, CHAS NAPER 1
May 15, 1924 LONGWORTH, THOMAS MERRETT 1
May 15, 1924 PENSE, MRS J R 2
May 15, 1924 BULL PUP SPARES REPORTERS PANTS ... (AMERICAN LEGION DOG) 1
May 15, 1924 GIBBS SELECTED LOCAL DELEGATE TO STATE MEET 1
May 15, 1924 JUANITA BEACH HAS MANY IMPROVEMENTS THIS SEASON 1
May 15, 1924 WILL ESTIMATE ON COST OF STREET IMPROVEMENTS 1
May 15, 1924 ARRANGEMENTS MADE FOR REMOVAL OF GARBAGE 1
May 22, 1924 PIONEERS CELEBRATE GOLDEN WEDDING (PERRIGO, MR AND MRS W P) 4
May 22, 1924 BELLEVUE TO GET MORE WHALEBOATS 4
May 22, 1924 MANY NEWCOMERS WELL SATISFIED - HOMES ATTRACTIVE 1
May 22, 1924 REX DRUG CO, INC, BUYS KIRKLAND DRUG STORE 1
May 22, 1924 STREAM'S CASH STORE ADDS NEW REFRIGERATION PLANT 4
May 22, 1924 KIRKLAND CHAMBER TO ASSIST LADIES WITH NEW CLUB HOUSE AND LIBRARY 1
May 22, 1924 MANY NEWCOMERS WELL SATISFIED - HOMES ATTRACTIVE 1
May 22, 1924 KIRKLAND FIRE DEPARTMENT WILL GET PACKARD TRUCK 1
May 22, 1924 TOWN COUNCIL HAS ACTIVE MEETING MONDAY EVENING 1
May 22, 1924 LOCAL LEGION TO HOLD SERVICES ON MEMORIAL DAY 1
May 22, 1924 KIRKLAND CHAMBER TO ASSIST LADIES WITH NEW CLUB HOUSE AND LIBRARY 1
May 22, 1924 LOCAL WOMAN'S CLUB PLAN HOME FOR LIBRARY 1
May 22, 1924 COLLINS, JOSEPHINE (WIFE OF R H COLLINS) 1
May 22, 1924 SWEET, MELVIN 4
May 22, 1924 LOCAL LEGION TO HOLD SERVICES ON MEMORIAL DAY 1
May 22, 1924 KIRKLAND CHAMBER TO ASSIST LADIES WITH NEW CLUB HOUSE AND LIBRARY 1
May 22, 1924 LOCAL WOMAN'S CLUB PLAN HOME FOR LIBRARY 1
May 22, 1924 LOCAL LEGION TO HOLD SERVICES ON MEMORIAL DAY 1
May 29, 1924 GOOSE INDUSTRY IS PROFITABLE AND MOST INTERESTING 1
May 29, 1924 HONOR SPEAKERS ARE CHOSEN FOR COMMENCEMENT 1
May 29, 1924 LOCAL INDUSTRY WRECKED BY FIRE - WOOLEN MILL SAVED BY VALIANT EFFORT 1
May 29, 1924 TENNIS PLAYERS' SCHEDULE IS NOW POSTED COMPLETE 1
May 29, 1924 EX-SERVICE-MEN ARE ASKED TO PARADE 1
May 29, 1924 LOCAL INDUSTRY WRECKED BY FIRE - WOOLEN MILL SAVED BY VALIANT EFFORT 1
June 5, 1924 IMPROVEMENTS ARE VERY NOTICEABLE ON LOCAL HOMES 1
June 5, 1924 CANNERY STARTS ITS BUSY SEASON WITH RUSH TODAY 1
June 5, 1924 COMMENCEMENT SERVICES SUNDAY 1
June 5, 1924 MAYOR AND TWO COUNCILMEN WERE INSTALLED MONDAY 1
June 5, 1924 BURNTRAGER, GEORGE (CIVIL WAR VET) 1
June 5, 1924 KIRKLAND'S TOURIST PARK OFFICIALLY OPEN 1
June 5, 1924 FERRY SERVICE GREATLY IMPROVED; MORE TRIPS 1
June 5, 1924 POWER COMPANY MOVES TO THEIR NEW LOCATION 1
June 12, 1924 MARION BUCKLES HAS FIRST BERRIES ON ROSE HILL 1
June 12, 1924 AUTO PAINT SHOP STARTED THIS WEEK 4
June 12, 1924 BLAU CHEVROLET COMPANY PLANS FUTURE EXPANSION 1
June 12, 1924 FISHER GRAIN AND FEED BUSINESS BOUGHT BY TODD 1
June 12, 1924 CANNING SEASON OPENS NEXT WEEK 1
June 12, 1924 KIRKLAND UNION "A" HIGH SCHOOL CLASS OF 1924 (PHOTOS) 1
June 12, 1924 LEGION NATIONAL COMMANDER WILL STOP AT KIRKLAND 1
June 12, 1924 TENNIS CHAMPION TO BE DECIDED 1
June 12, 1924 STEAMER EXCURSIONS START ON LAKE JUNE 15 1
June 19, 1924 BLAU CHEVROLET COMPANY HAVE NEW ELECTRIC SIGN 4
June 19, 1924 EAST SIDE BAKERY ADDS ANOTHER TRUCK 4
June 19, 1924 LOCAL FIRM MAKES TRAIL MARKERS (EAST SIDE PAINT & SIGN) 8
June 19, 1924 LOCAL CHAMBER HAS WELL ATTENDED AND ENTHUSIASTIC MEET 1
June 19, 1924 MANY NEW FAMILIES ARRIVING FROM THE MID-WEST STATES 1
June 19, 1924 FAMOUS RALSTON CLUB WILL BE HERE SAT EVE 1
June 19, 1924 FASHION PAGEANT WILL BE JUNE 27 1
June 19, 1924 KIRKLAND COUNCIL MET MONDAY EVE 1
June 19, 1924 CHRISTIE, MRS WILLIAM 4
June 19, 1924 COMMANDER QUINN VISITS LOCAL POST 1
June 19, 1924 LOCAL POWER CO WILL HAVE OPEN HOUSE MONDAY 1
June 19, 1924 ELLEN HILEN, EARL HOWLAND 4
June 26, 1924 HIGH SCHOOL ORCHESTRA DIRECTOR OPENS STUDIO 1
June 26, 1924 SOUTH KIRKLAND RESIDENTS OPEN CHICKEN DINNER PARTY 1
June 26, 1924 CANNERY STARTS ON LOGANBERRIES 1
June 26, 1924 CHAMBER NOT IN FAVOR OF OCCUPATION TAX 1
June 26, 1924 GRAMMAR GRADES END SCHOOL YEAR 4
June 26, 1924 A LOCAL ENTERPRISE COMPARATIVELY UNKNOWN (BUSY BEE APIARIES) 3
June 26, 1924 LEGION POST HOLDS BONUS MEETING 1
June 26, 1924 KIRKLAND OFFICE TO BE ADVANCED TO 2ND CLASS JULY 1 1
June 26, 1924 BASEBALL FANS ARE URGED TO MEET MON. 1
June 26, 1924 TUTTLE PLACE ON ROSE HILL NOTED FOR MANY FLOWERS 1
June 26, 1924 ALYS MARIE RERICK, HERBERT MAYOR 4
July 3, 1924 LITTLE WHITE CHURCH ON ROSE HILL (PHOTO) 4
July 3, 1924 NEW BUICK ON DISPLAY BY LOCAL BUICK FIRM 1
July 3, 1924 ROSE HILL MARKET OPENS WEDNESDAY, JULY 9 1
July 3, 1924 WHALEN'S STORE SOLD TO C M CLAWSON, JULY 1 1
July 3, 1924 FIFTY PEOPLE ARE NOW EMPLOYED BY LOCAL CANNING CO 1
July 3, 1924 CHILDREN ARE ASKED TO LEAVE MAIL BOXES ALONE 1
July 3, 1924 STATE OF MONTANA FURNISHES LATEST KIRKLAND ARRIVALS 1
July 3, 1924 FIFTY PEOPLE ARE NOW EMPLOYED BY LOCAL CANNING CO 1
July 3, 1924 ENTERTAINMENT BY LOCAL LADIES PROVES SUCCESS 1
July 3, 1924 LOCAL LUMBER YARD ADDS NEW SERVICE 1
July 3, 1924 BASEBALL FANS MET MONDAY AND ORGANIZED TEAM 1
July 3, 1924 FERRY LINCOLN HAS RECORD LOAD SUN. 1
July 10, 1924 CULLING SCHOOL TO BE HELD AT THE WRIGHT RANCH 1
July 10, 1924 REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF KIRKLAND 7
July 10, 1924 VACANT BUSINESS PROPERTY WILL BE IMPROVED SOON 1
July 10, 1924 HARDENBROOK HOME AT JUANITA BURNED DOWN 1
July 10, 1924 BLAU CHEVROLET COMPANY MAKES THREE DELIVERIES 4
July 10, 1924 VACANT BUSINESS PROPERTY WILL BE IMPROVED SOON 1
July 10, 1924 FOOTE BABY IS SEVERELY INJURED IN WRINGER 1
July 10, 1924 SEATTLE BOY SAVED BY EFFORTS OF HIS YOUNG COMPANIONS 1
July 10, 1924 MINNESOTA MAN IS ENTHUSIASTIC OVER KIRKLAND PROPERTY 1
July 10, 1924 HARDENBROOK HOME AT JUANITA BURNED DOWN 1
July 10, 1924 HARDENBROOK HOME AT JUANITA BURNED DOWN 1
July 10, 1924 BEACH AT FERRY DOCK IS GREATLY IMPROVED 1
July 10, 1924 SIX NAVY AIRPLANES ARRIVED AT SAND POINT THIS WEEK 1
July 10, 1924 GILLET, JOHN W 8
July 10, 1924 PERSONS, COL E E 1
July 10, 1924 PETTIBONE, GEORGE T 8
July 10, 1924 EASTERN EDITOR IS ENTHUSIASTIC ABOUT KIRKLAND 3
July 10, 1924 NUMEROUS VISITORS STOP AT KIRKLAND PARK CAMP 1
July 10, 1924 LOCAL TELEPHONE CO COMPLETES EXTENSIVE CHANGES 1
July 10, 1924 FRANCES WIDMER, REX SWAN 2
July 10, 1924 MIRIAN HAYNER BOWEN, FRANK O EVANS 1
July 17, 1924 MUCH INTEREST IN COMING POULTRY SCHOOL IS SHOWN 1
July 17, 1924 ANOTHER TAILOR SHOP WILL OPEN ON MONDAY 1
July 17, 1924 F A TRAVIS FIRM BELIEVER IN FUTURE OF EAST SIDE 4
July 17, 1924 KIRKLAND LOOKS GOOD TO CHAIN GROCERY STORES 1
July 17, 1924 WILLIAMS CONFECTIONERY BOUGHT BY C L ANDREWS 1
July 17, 1924 BUILDING ACTIVITY CONTINUES FIRM ON THE EAST SIDE 1
July 17, 1924 FIRE WAGON RECEIVES COAT OF BRIGHT PAINT 1
July 17, 1924 LEGION MEMBERS ADD DINING ROOM TO FORT JACKSON 1
July 17, 1924 CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR CAMP HAS SELECTED AN IDEAL LOCATION NEARBY 1
July 17, 1924 CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR CAMP HAS SELECTED AN IDEAL LOCATION NEARBY 1
July 17, 1924 ROAD ENTHUSIASTS HOLD MEETING AT SNOQUALMIE FALLS 1
July 17, 1924 MABLE NETTLETON, R W WILLIAMS 4
July 17, 1924 MABLE POINTER, VALMA TAYLOR 1
July 17, 1924 ROSE PEDERSON, HOWARD H HAMILTON 4
July 17, 1924 NEW STRUCTURE AT MATZEN MILL NEAR COMPLETION 1
July 24, 1924 CULLING SCHOOL WAS SUCCESSFUL 1
July 24, 1924 KIRKLAND GROWERS REPORT UNUSUALLY GOOD BERRY CROPS 1
July 24, 1924 LOCAL FRUIT IS SHIPPED TO EAST 4
July 24, 1924 LOCAL MAN PLACES POPULAR INVENTION ON THE MARKET (MUNSON, J K) 3
July 24, 1924 SCHWAB BUILDING WILL BE STARTED IMMEDIATELY 1
July 24, 1924 KIRKLAND HIGH IS ENTERED SAT NIGHT AND ROBBED 1
July 24, 1924 RADIATOR AND FENDER WORKS NOW HAS GAS AND OILS 1
July 24, 1924 WILLIAMS BUYS KIRKLAND ELECTRIC STORE AND BUSINESS 1
July 24, 1924 JUANITA MAN IS BADLY HURT WHILE CROSSING STREET (DUNCAN, O H) 1
July 24, 1924 KIRKLAND HIGH RECEIVES FINE COLLECTION OF SPECIMENS 4
July 24, 1924 CITY COUNCIL GETS ACTION ON MATZEN WOOLEN MILL ROAD 1
July 24, 1924 TOWN SAVES $300 ON CONSTRUCTION 1
July 24, 1924 KIRKLAND HIGH IS ENTERED SAT NIGHT AND ROBBED 1
July 24, 1924 SCOUTS WILL MEET AT PARK FOR REPAIRS 1
July 24, 1924 CITY COUNCIL GETS ACTION ON MATZEN WOOLEN MILL ROAD 1
July 24, 1924 CITY COUNCIL GETS ACTION ON MATZEN WOOLEN MILL ROAD 1
July 31, 1924 FINE POTATOES ON DISPLAY RAISED BY LOCAL RANCHER 4
July 31, 1924 BIDS TO BE OPENED FRIDAY FOR BUSINESS BLOCK 1
July 31, 1924 PASTIME CIGAR STORE MAKES MANY IMPROVEMENTS 4
July 31, 1924 PASTIME CIGAR STORE MAKES MANY IMPROVEMENTS 4
July 31, 1924 UNUSUAL SELLING EVENT STARTS AT LOCAL DRUG STORE 1
July 31, 1924 MINNESOTA FAMILY ARRIVED HERE BY MOTOR THIS WEEK 1
July 31, 1924 KIRKLAND WILL BE SCENE OF BIG FIRE MONDAY EVENING 1
July 31, 1924 LOCAL TRAFFIC LAW WILL BE STRICTLY ENFORCED NOW 1
July 31, 1924 HERBERT, MARY 5
July 31, 1924 VALLETON, JOHN 5
July 31, 1924 KIRKLAND TOURIST PARK IS UNUSUALLY WELL PATRONIZED 1
July 31, 1924 LOCAL TRAFFIC LAW WILL BE STRICTLY ENFORCED NOW 1
July 31, 1924 LOCAL POWER CO FINISH EXTENSIVE IMPROVEMENTS 1
August 7, 1924 COUNTY STOCKADE GREATLY IMPROVED AND MADE LARGER 1
August 7, 1924 IMPROVEMENTS OF MANY LOCAL HOMES 1
August 7, 1924 CAREY THE TAILOR ADDS NEW FEATURE 1
August 7, 1924 KIRKLAND TO GET MAIN OFFICE OF BURKE AND FARRAR 1
August 7, 1924 LOCAL AUTOMOBILE INDUSTRY VERY ACTIVE PAST WEEK 1
August 7, 1924 CANNERY HAS VERY LARGE YEAR'S PACK 1
August 7, 1924 KIRKLAND VISITED BY ENTHUSIASTIC PEOPLE FROM EAST 1
August 7, 1924 FIRE DEPARTMENT CALLED OUT FOUR TIMES LAST WEEK 1
August 7, 1924 KIRKLAND TO GET MAIN OFFICE OF BURKE AND FARRAR 1
August 7, 1924 LUCILLE KELSEY, EDMOND REESE 1
August 7, 1924 MATZEN MILL WILL RESUME OPERATION ABOUT OCTOBER 1 1
August 14, 1924 WORK ON NEW BUILDING WILL START MONDAY 1
August 14, 1924 SEVERAL HOMES ARE UNDER CONSTRUCTION 8
August 14, 1924 LOCAL CHAMBER WILL HAVE MASS MEETING TUESDAY NIGHT 1
August 14, 1924 BUNDLE DAY AT COMMUNITY CHURCH WAS BIG SUCCESS 4
August 14, 1924 HARDWARE MAN FROM BUTTE WILL MAKE HOME HERE 1
August 14, 1924 JUANITA FIRE CALLS OUT KIRKLAND TRUCK 5
August 14, 1924 ROBBERS OF HIGH SCHOOL ARE STILL RUNNING AROUND 1
August 14, 1924 SHORT CHANGE ARTIST MEET WITH FAILURE 4
August 14, 1924 LIBRARY BUILDING FUND INCREASES 1
August 14, 1924 STUART, JOHN 1
August 14, 1924 WALSH, FRANK EDWARD 8
August 14, 1924 MORGAN BOUGHT ADJACENT LAND (TO BURKE AND FARRAR) 1
August 14, 1924 SHERBROOKE WILL GROW FLOWERS BY PAVED BOULEVARD 1
August 21, 1924 HIGH SCHOOL WILL OPEN WITH MORE EQUIPMENT SEPT 2 1
August 21, 1924 BUILDING AND IMPROVEMENTS CHRONICLED FOR PAST WEEK 1
August 21, 1924 CLAUSEN STORE ADDS GAS PUMP TO SERVICE 1
August 21, 1924 KIRKLAND HOST TO EASTERN VISITORS FROM MANY STATES 1
August 21, 1924 KIRKLAND'S FIRE PROTECTION READY FOR RUSH ORDERS (PHOTO OF TRUCK) 1
August 21, 1924 KIRKLAND INVITED TO HELP ENTERTAIN FLYERS ON RETURN 1
August 21, 1924 JANE H GREEN, LEO B REED 2
August 28, 1924 BEAUTY PARLOR WILL OPEN IN BANK BUILDING 1
August 28, 1924 INSURANCE OFFICE OPENED IN BURKE & FARRAR BUILDING 1
August 28, 1924 CONTRACTOR FROM MINOT, N.D. PLANS TO MAKE HOME HERE 1
August 28, 1924 PARENTS ARE ASKED TO ATTEND OPENING SESSION AT SCHOOL 1
August 28, 1924 MEMBERSHIPS IN FIRE DEPARTMENT ON SALE AT STORES 1
August 28, 1924 TOWN COUNCIL TO HOLD MEETING ON TUESDAY, SEPT 2 1
August 28, 1924 J W MORRIS' HOME ENTERED AND ROBBED 1
August 28, 1924 PERSON, DR J R 1
August 28, 1924 THOMAN, ABBIE FISK 1
August 28, 1924 MARGARET HARDENBROOK, VICTOR JOHNSON 1
September 4, 1924 WILKIN'S HOME TOTALLY DESTROYED BY FLAMES 4
September 4, 1924 DODGE BROTHERS SERVICE STATION OPENS THIS WEEK 1
September 4, 1924 WELL KNOWN BIRD MAN FROM MONTANA VISITS KIRKLAND 1
September 4, 1924 MORE THAN 200 STUDENTS ENROLL IN HIGH SCHOOL 1
September 4, 1924 WILKIN'S HOME TOTALLY DESTROYED BY FLAMES 4
September 4, 1924 COUNCILMEN WILL INSPECT WALKS 1
September 4, 1924 COUNCILMEN WILL INSPECT WALKS 1
September 11, 1924 JUANITA RAISED $90 FOR FIRE TRUCK - ROSE HILL WILL START DRIVE 1
September 11, 1924 ROSE HILL BOASTS OF NOVEL INDUSTRY (BEE APIARIES) 3
September 11, 1924 WOMAN'S CLUB WILL GET PLANS 1
September 11, 1924 GLASS, ELLAN E 1
September 11, 1924 LOCAL LEGION POST PLANS TO OBSERVE DEFENSE DAY FRI 1
September 11, 1924 COMMISSIONER RACE IS CAUSE OF BIG VOTE CAST 1
September 11, 1924 ROSE HILL BOASTS OF NOVEL INDUSTRY (BEE APIARIES) 3
September 25, 1924 PERCY WHEADON GROWS ENGLISH GRAPES ON FARM 4
September 25, 1924 PERCY WHEADON GROWS ENGLISH GRAPES ON FARM 4
September 25, 1924 ORTHOPEDIC GUILD WILL START DRIVE 1
September 25, 1924 MINNESOTA PEOPLE PLAN ATTRACTIVE HOME ON OXFORD 1
September 25, 1924 COUNCIL PASSES RESOLUTION FOR BIG IMPROVEMENT 1
September 25, 1924 SHOEMAKER, NANCY 1
September 25, 1924 COUNCIL PASSES RESOLUTION FOR BIG IMPROVEMENT 1
September 25, 1924 MATZEN MILL WILL BE ONE OF THE BEST IN THE NORTHWEST 1
October 2, 1924 LOCAL RANCHER FINDS FRUIT TO BE PROFITABLE (POTIER, JOSEPH) 4
October 2, 1924 HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS HOLD FIRST ART EXHIBIT 1
October 2, 1924 LOCAL RANCHER FINDS FRUIT TO BE PROFITABLE (POTIER, JOSEPH) 4
October 2, 1924 R H COLLINS MAKES MANY CHANGES IN HIS BUSINESS 1
October 2, 1924 LOCAL CANNERY TO START ON APPLES IN NEAR FUTURE 1
October 2, 1924 CONDO FAMILY OF MINNESOTA WILL MAKE HOME HERE 1
October 2, 1924 HIGH SCHOOL INSPECTOR VISITED HERE FRIDAY 1
October 2, 1924 TWO ACTS FROM PAN CIRCUIT TO BE AT LEGION OPENER 1
October 2, 1924 STATE TRAILMEN WILL MEET HERE IN CONVENTION 1
October 9, 1924 EAST SIDE MAN IS SUCCESSFUL WITH CHINCHILLA RABBITS (ROOT, F E) 4
October 9, 1924 EAST SIDE MAN IS SUCCESSFUL WITH CHINCHILLA RABBITS (ROOT, F E) 4
October 9, 1924 STEAM SHOVEL IS NOW EMPLOYED ON NEW GARAGE SITE 1
October 9, 1924 KIRKLAND WILL BE THE BEST LIGHTED TOWN IN THE STATE 1
October 9, 1924 PARENT-TEACHERS ASK FOR RETURN OF SCHOOL NURSES 4
October 9, 1924 SCHOOL DISTRICT NO 71 BUYS NEW 40 PASSENGER BUS 4
October 9, 1924 KIRKLAND WOMEN PLAN DANCE FOR LIBRARY BENEFIT 1
October 9, 1924 LEGION SECURES GOOD ORCHESTRA FOR SEASON 1
October 9, 1924 TOWN BUDGET REDUCED $400 AT HEARING MONDAY 1
October 9, 1924 PARENT-TEACHERS ASK FOR RETURN OF SCHOOL NURSES 4
October 9, 1924 KIRKLAND WOMEN PLAN DANCE FOR LIBRARY BENEFIT 1
October 9, 1924 LEGION SECURES GOOD ORCHESTRA FOR SEASON 1
October 9, 1924 KIRKLAND WOMEN PLAN DANCE FOR LIBRARY BENEFIT 1
October 9, 1924 NEW GOLF COURSE TO BE LOCATED AT MEDINA 1
October 9, 1924 SCHOOL DISTRICT NO 71 BUYS NEW 40 PASSENGER BUS 4
October 9, 1924 KIRKLAND WILL BE THE BEST LIGHTED TOWN IN THE STATE 1
October 16, 1924 BENSON PLANS TO ADD TWO NEW GREENHOUSES 4
October 16, 1924 REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF KIRKLAND 3
October 16, 1924 ELSON BUYS BACK FORMER HARDWARE STORE THIS WEEK 1
October 16, 1924 LOCAL BOY KILLED IN AUTO CRASH ON REDMOND HIGHWAY 1
October 16, 1924 CALL OF NORTHWEST HEARD AT DULUTH WITH LOCAL MOVIES 1
October 16, 1924 DR HANNAH C JOHNSON OPENS OFFICE HERE 1
October 16, 1924 HUTCHINSON, WILLIAM A 1
October 16, 1924 KENNEDY, MINNIE J 1
October 16, 1924 MORRISON, CAROLINE 4
October 16, 1924 PINNEY, HARY 1
October 16, 1924 TRAILSMEN MET HERE THURSDAY 1
October 16, 1924 LEGION OPENING DANCE AND CABARET WILL BE GIVEN SAT 1
October 16, 1924 KIRKLAND REGISTERED MORE THAN 700 VOTERS THIS YEAR 1
October 16, 1924 COMMUNITY CHURCH BOARD HAS GOOD PROSPECTS FOR YEAR 1
October 23, 1924 BENHURST DAIRY PROVES EAST SIDE FINE FOR DAIRIES 1
October 23, 1924 NEW SHOE STORE WILL OPEN SAT. IN LEVY BLOCK 1
October 23, 1924 TRAVIS SELLS HARDWARE STORE TO SEATTLE MEN 1
October 23, 1924 CURFEW ORDINANCE WILL BE ENFORCED BY TOWN FATHERS 1
October 23, 1924 ROSE HILL HOME ENTERED AND LADY BEATEN BY THUG 1
October 23, 1924 COMMITTEE WILL OPEN BIDS FOR LIBRARY BUILDING 1
October 23, 1924 REDMOND-KIRKLAND ROAD IS ASSURED BY COMMISSIONER 1
October 23, 1924 MILDRED KINSEY, CHARLES STOCKLEY 1
October 30, 1924 OPERA SHANEWIS WILL BE GIVEN AT H.S. AUDITORIUM 1
October 30, 1924 MANY LOCAL PEOPLE MAKING IMPROVEMENTS ON PROPERTY 1
October 30, 1924 NEW BEAUTY SHOPPE WILL OPEN NEXT TUESDAY 1
October 30, 1924 MANY EASTERNERS VISIT EAST SIDE DURING PAST WEEK 1
October 30, 1924 PIERCE, FRANK 1
October 30, 1924 BLIND VETERANS OF WORLD WAR WILL BE ENTERTAINED 1
October 30, 1924 RUBY ELDRIDGE, MIKE STUART 1
November 6, 1924 LETTUCE FARMING PROVEN SUCCESS (NAMBA, JOHN) 4
November 6, 1924 BERKEY GARAGE HAS NEW AUTO AGENCY 1
November 6, 1924 CAREY NOW HAS PARTNER IN TAILORING INDUSTRY 4
November 6, 1924 MCINTYRE-BUICK GARAGE WAS SOLD TO HUGH SWARTZ 1
November 6, 1924 LOCAL CHAMBER OF COMMERCE PLANS ACTIVITIES FOR YEAR 4
November 6, 1924 LOCAL INDUSTRY IS AIDED BY CHAMBER (WOOLEN MILL) 1
November 6, 1924 BIG IMPROVEMENT NOT POSSIBLE IS SHOWN AT HEARING 1
November 6, 1924 MONTANA PEOPLE ENJOY MOTOR TRIP OUT TO KIRKLAND 1
November 6, 1924 FORT JACKSON TO BE SCENE OF JUNGLE DANCE 1
November 6, 1924 JUANITA WILL HOLD ANNUAL FAIR-BAZAAR 1
November 6, 1924 BIG IMPROVEMENT NOT POSSIBLE IS SHOWN AT HEARING 1
November 6, 1924 JUANITA WILL HOLD ANNUAL FAIR-BAZAAR 1
November 6, 1924 ENGLEBRECHT, JOHN 1
November 6, 1924 KIRKLAND POLLS HEAVIEST VOTE IN ITS HISTORY 1
November 6, 1924 LOCAL INDUSTRY IS AIDED BY CHAMBER (WOOLEN MILL) 1
November 13, 1924 NEW DRUG STORE WILL OPEN ON CORNER DEC 10 1
November 13, 1924 CENTRAL SCHOOL CELEBRATED ARMISTICE DAY WITH PROGRAM 1
November 13, 1924 FORD TOURING CAR GIVEN AWAY AT BENEFIT DANCE 1
November 13, 1924 CENTRAL SCHOOL CELEBRATED ARMISTICE DAY WITH PROGRAM 1
November 13, 1924 ENGLEBRECHT, JOHN 3
November 13, 1924 COMMUNITY CHURCH SELECTS NEW PASTOR (NEWBERRY, REV C E) 1
November 13, 1924 MATZEN MILL BEGUN WORK WEDNESDAY 1
November 20, 1924 BENSON ADDS TWO NEW GREENHOUSES TO PRESENT PLACE 1
November 20, 1924 MRS BADGLEY IS ENTHUSED WITH CHICKEN BUSINESS 4
November 20, 1924 MISS WEINZIRL TO APPEAR ON PROGRAM AT BOAT SATURDAY 1
November 20, 1924 BEAUTY PARLOR ENLARGED AND TELEPHONE INSTALLED 1
November 20, 1924 SWALWELL WILL SPEAK AT LOCAL CHAMBER DINNER ON LEGION BOAT MONDAY 1
November 20, 1924 FATHERS AND SONS ENJOY BANQUET ON BOARD LEGION BOAT 1
November 20, 1924 FIVE FEET ON LAKE AVE GRANTED FOR USE OF OIL TANK 1
November 20, 1924 SUNSET DRUG CO HELD UP BY LONE BANDIT THURSDAY 2
November 20, 1924 BLIND DELEGATES VISIT KIRKLAND LEGION POST 1
November 20, 1924 A CHECK MADE OF PASSING AUTOMOBILES 1
November 20, 1924 A CHECK MADE OF PASSING AUTOMOBILES 1
November 20, 1924 BLIND DELEGATES VISIT KIRKLAND LEGION POST 1
November 27, 1924 TEXANS COME HERE AND SUCCEED AT POULTRY-RAISING (CRITCHFIELD, ED) 4
November 27, 1924 REMODELING OF KIRKLAND MERCANTILE IS UNDER WAY 1
November 27, 1924 LOSS FROM FIRE SUNDAY MORNING IS SET AT $35,000 1
November 27, 1924 NORTH DAKOTANS ARE BOOSTERS FOR KIRKLAND DISTRICT 1
November 27, 1924 FIRE FIGHTERS DO GOOD WORK 1
November 27, 1924 LOSS FROM FIRE SUNDAY MORNING IS SET AT $35,000 1
November 27, 1924 AUTO THIEF BUSY AS SCORES DANCE ON FORT JACKSON 1
November 27, 1924 MATZEN WOOLEN MILL BOND ISSUE QUOTA IS TAKEN 1
December 4, 1924 KIRKLAND MEN TO EXPERIMENT WITH RAISING OF FOXES 1
December 4, 1924 THEO KNAUSEBERGER CHANGES NAME TO KAY 1
December 4, 1924 3 RESIDENCES HIT BY BLAZES OVER WEEK-END 1
December 4, 1924 BROWN'S FURNISHING STORE TO RE-OPEN ON NEW SCALE 1
December 4, 1924 NOVELTY DANCE OF LEGION POST MAKES BIG HIT 1
December 4, 1924 3 RESIDENCES HIT BY BLAZES OVER WEEK-END 1
December 4, 1924 PAVING OF FALLS CITY TO REDMOND URGED 1
December 4, 1924 MATZEN MILLS NOW SHIPPING TO EASTERN MARKET 1
December 11, 1924 FRED LUNDMAN JR JOINS FATHER IN JEWELRY STORE 1
December 11, 1924 SOUND-PROOF RECORD ROOM AT MUSICLAND 1
December 11, 1924 FRIEND'S EFFORT SAVES YOUTH IN HUNTING MISHAP 1
December 11, 1924 FINE PROGRAM FOR MONTHLY DINNER OF CHAMBER HERE 1
December 11, 1924 MASONIC DANCE SATURDAY NIGHT TO BE NOTABLE 1
December 11, 1924 DUBUQUE, IVAN 2
December 11, 1924 TOMLINSON, ISAAC J 4
December 11, 1924 ZIMMERMAN, MARY J 1
December 11, 1924 NO RAISE IN FERRY FARES ON BELLEVUE-MEDINA LINE; NEW BUS RATES 1
December 11, 1924 NO RAISE IN FERRY FARES ON BELLEVUE-MEDINA LINE; NEW BUS RATES 1
December 11, 1924 AGENT INSTALLED AT KIRKLAND BY NORTHERN PACIFIC 1
December 11, 1924 HIGHWAY PLANS GAIN HEADWAY AT BOTHELL MEET 1
December 18, 1924 DOG DIES WHEN FLAMES DESTROY MASTER'S HOUSE (HAPGOOD, W H) 1
December 18, 1924 EDDIE'S BEAUTY SHOPPE NOW HAS MANICURIST 1
December 18, 1924 KIRKLAND MERCANTILE NOW IN NEW QUARTERS 1
December 18, 1924 FISHER CANNERY DESTROYED FRIDAY WITH HEAVY LOSS 1
December 18, 1924 BIG ATTENDANCE MARKS MONTHLY CHAMBER DINNER 1
December 18, 1924 DOG DIES WHEN FLAMES DESTROY MASTER'S HOUSE (HAPGOOD, W H) 1
December 18, 1924 FISHER CANNERY DESTROYED FRIDAY WITH HEAVY LOSS 1
December 18, 1924 LEGION XMAS DANCE AT BOAT, SATURDAY 1
December 18, 1924 LOCAL BRANCH OF NATIONAL LEAGUE OF WOMEN VOTERS WILL BE ORGANIZED 1
December 18, 1924 GOOD ROAD PLAN GAINS NEW HELP AT STATE MEET 1
December 18, 1924 PUGET SOUND HIT BY COLD, SNOWY DECEMBER STORM 1
December 25, 1924 FORMER DULUTH PEOPLE HERE ARE PROGRESSIVE 1
December 25, 1924 PAGEANT GIVEN AT COMMUNITY CHURCH TUESDAY 1
December 25, 1924 ADAMS, ARTHUR 1
December 25, 1924 EARLES, MILES 1
December 25, 1924 HOFFMAN, ED 1
December 25, 1924 NEW STREET LIGHTS INSTALLED - TOWN GETS CHRISTMAS PRESENT 1
December 25, 1924 ROAD CLUB WILL HAVE IMPORTANT MEETING TUESDAY 1
January 1, 1925 REMOVAL OF DRUG STORE ACROSS STREET COMPLETED 1
January 1, 1925 WOMAN BURNED AS FIRE WIPES OUT RESIDENCE 1
January 1, 1925 EAST SIDE BAKERY BUYS NEW DODGE DELIVERY TRUCK 1
January 1, 1925 KIRKLAND JEWELRY MOVES TO LUSTIG BUILDING 1
January 1, 1925 MONTANANS COME TO KIRKLAND TO RAISE CHICKENS 1
January 1, 1925 WOMAN BURNED AS FIRE WIPES OUT RESIDENCE 1
January 1, 1925 DR E M BENSON, EYESIGHT SPECIALIST, TO BE HERE 1
January 1, 1925 H P EVEREST WILL BECOME EDITOR OF THE JOURNAL 1
January 1, 1925 REPORT MADE ON PROGRESS OF EAST SIDE ROAD CLUB 1
January 8, 1925 REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF KIRKLAND 7
January 8, 1925 B B LUSTIG REMODELING KIRKLAND DRUG CO STORE 1
January 8, 1925 KIRKLAND SHOE STORE WILL MOVE TO SEATTLE 4
January 8, 1925 REX DRUG CO WELL LOCATED IN NEW HOME 8
January 8, 1925 TRUCK LOADED WITH MAIL SMASHES FERRY GATES AND GOES DOWN IN SLIP 1
January 8, 1925 VALUABLE BOOK COLLECTION LOST IN RECENT FIRE (HOPKINS, T R) 1
January 8, 1925 TODD FEED COMPANY'S SAFE RIFLED SUNDAY 1
January 8, 1925 COMMERCIAL CLUB FOR WHOLE EAST SIDE IS PLANNED 1
January 8, 1925 LEGION GETS BIG GUNS FOR TOWN'S MEMORIAL ARCHES 1
January 8, 1925 TRUCK LOADED WITH MAIL SMASHES FERRY GATES AND GOES DOWN IN SLIP 1
January 8, 1925 FORMER JOURNAL EMPLOYEE IS SUCCESSFUL JOURNALIST (WILLIAMS, RUTH 1
January 8, 1925 SUNSET HIGHWAY CLUB HAS FINE MEETING AT TOLT 1
January 15, 1925 BUSINESS PROPERTY CHANGES OWNERSHIP; TO BE IMPROVED 1
January 15, 1925 KIRKLAND MOTOR COMPANY ADDS RADIO SERVICE 1
January 15, 1925 VIVIAN CARKEEK WILL BE AT LOCAL CHAMBER MEET; DISCUSS COUNTY-CITY 1
January 15, 1925 EASTERN GUESTS ENTHUSED OVER GROWTH OF KIRKLAND 1
January 15, 1925 LOCAL SHIPYARD WILL BUILD 13 LARGE SCOWS AT YARD 1
January 15, 1925 CONTRACT LET FOR NEW LIBRARY AND CLUB BUILDING 1
January 15, 1925 MCEVOY CHOSEN TO HEAD LEGION FOR YEAR AT LAST MEET 1
January 15, 1925 CONTRACT LET FOR NEW LIBRARY AND CLUB BUILDING 1
January 15, 1925 OVERLAKE COUNTRY CLUB AND GOLF COURSE ASSURED 1
January 22, 1925 BUSINESS BLOCK TO BE ERECTED BY MASONS SOON 1
January 22, 1925 TODD FEED CO BUYS SITE FOR BUSINESS HOME 1
January 22, 1925 KIRKLAND DRUG STORE FORMALLY OPENED TUESDAY 1
January 22, 1925 O E ROWE SAWMILL NOW IN OPERATION ON HIGHWAY 1
January 22, 1925 TODD FEED CO BUYS SITE FOR BUSINESS HOME 1
January 22, 1925 BUSINESS BLOCK TO BE ERECTED BY MASONS SOON 1
January 22, 1925 LOCAL CHAMBER SELECTS OFFICERS FOR COMING YEAR 1
January 22, 1925 COUNCIL WOULD BUILD DAM FOR SAVING WATER 1
January 22, 1925 ANDERSON, CAPT OSCAR 1
January 22, 1925 MARTIN, MRS  (OF REDMOND) 3
January 29, 1925 JACKSON BLDG IS SOLD THIS WEEK 1
January 29, 1925 ADDITION TO UNION HIGH SCHOOL WAS DISCUSSED MON. 1
January 29, 1925 SWARTZ MOTOR CO ANNOUNCES ACTIVITY IN CAR MARKET 1
January 29, 1925 FISHER CANNERY TO REBUILD FOR THIS SEASON'S BERRIES 1
January 29, 1925 CHAMBER TO GIVE AWAY RADIO SET 1
January 29, 1925 KIRKLAND TO BE HOST TO EAST SIDE CHAMBER 1
January 29, 1925 TWO WILL FILE FOR SCHOOL DIRECTOR 1
January 29, 1925 PROVOST, ELMER 1
January 29, 1925 LOCAL POST HAS LARGEST MEET IN ITS HISTORY 1
February 5, 1925 STOCK COMPANY FORMED TO BUILD MASONIC BLOCK 1
February 5, 1925 MCFARLAND'S LUNCH LEAVES DOWN-TOWN DISTRICT 1
February 5, 1925 CHAMBER PASSES ON SAFETY VALVE FAVORABLY TUESDAY 1
February 5, 1925 NORTH EAST KING COUNTY CHAMBER ORGANIZES HERE 1
February 5, 1925 ARE KIRKLAND ARRIVALS 1
February 5, 1925 MCKIBBEN MAKES APPEAL FOR AID IN NARCOTIC LAW 2
February 5, 1925 CHAMBER PASSES ON SAFETY VALVE FAVORABLY TUESDAY 1
February 5, 1925 MCKIBBEN MAKES APPEAL FOR AID IN NARCOTIC LAW 2
February 5, 1925 MATZEN, BERNICE WOODWARD 1
February 5, 1925 OLSON, MARY LOUISE 1
February 5, 1925 STIPES, NANCY 1
February 5, 1925 LEGION PLAN TO DEDICATE ARCHES 1
February 5, 1925 FOUR DESIRE TO SERVE CITY AS COUNCILMEN 1
February 12, 1925 A E JEWELL HOME AND CONTENTS COMPLETELY DESTROYED BY FIRE FRI. 1
February 12, 1925 CITIZENS URGED TO ATTEND NEXT CHAMBER MEET 1
February 12, 1925 ELK ORCHESTRA TO PLAY AT BALL 1
February 12, 1925 A E JEWELL HOME AND CONTENTS COMPLETELY DESTROYED BY FIRE FRI. 1
February 12, 1925 MANY IMPORTANT THINGS TO COME BEFORE COUNCIL 1
February 12, 1925 FLEMING, MARY D 1
February 12, 1925 JUDGES CHOSEN TO DECIDE ARCH CONTEST BY POST 1
February 12, 1925 $50,000 SECURED FROM STATE FOR FALLS CITY ROAD 1
February 12, 1925 TOWN INSTALLS TWO NEW PUMPS FOR USE OF WATER DEPARTMENT THIS WEEK 1
February 12, 1925 NORA SCHMITZ, W G HARTRANFT 1
February 19, 1925 BLAU'S ADDS NEW CARS TO LINE ALREADY CARRIED 1
February 19, 1925 PETERS TO HEAD EAST SIDE CLUB; TRUSTEES CHOSEN 1
February 19, 1925 STAGE ALL SET FOR CHAMBER'S ANNUAL BALL 1
February 19, 1925 STAGE ALL SET FOR CHAMBER'S ANNUAL BALL 1
February 19, 1925 COMMUTERS CLAIM TO HAVE SEEN WHALES FROM FERRY 1
February 19, 1925 KIRKLAND HAS NEW COMPANY (L'ARC CHEMICAL CO) 1
February 19, 1925 COMMUTERS CLAIM TO HAVE SEEN WHALES FROM FERRY 1
February 19, 1925 PASCHEL HOME ENTERED AND CITIZENSHIP PAPERS MISSING 1
February 19, 1925 CARLSON, JOHN 2
February 19, 1925 TOMPKINS, GEORGE HENRY 1
February 19, 1925 WATER BONDS NOW UP TO VOTERS; ALL CANDIDATES FILED 1
February 19, 1925 HIGH SCHOOL TEAM TO PLAY FOR TITLE 1
February 19, 1925 COMMUTERS CLAIM TO HAVE SEEN WHALES FROM FERRY 1
February 19, 1925 WAVERLY STREET AND LAKE AVE. TO BE IMPROVED 1
February 26, 1925 "CAPPY RICKS" WILL BE BEST PLAY IN HISTORY OF SCHOOL 1
February 26, 1925 "CAPPY RICKS" WILL BE BEST PLAY IN HISTORY OF SCHOOL 1
February 26, 1925 FIRE CHIEF WILL OPEN BIG DRIVE FOR MEMBERSHIP 1
February 26, 1925 CEREMONIAL INSTALLATION OF LIBRARY WILL BE IN MARCH 1
February 26, 1925 MRS DONALDSON WILL SING FOR LIBRARY BENEFIT 1
February 26, 1925 KIMBALL, CLYDE H 1
February 26, 1925 THOMPSON, MRS SIMON 3
February 26, 1925 TOMPKINS, GEORGE HENRY 4
February 26, 1925 YOUNGER, CHARLINE 1
February 26, 1925 REGISTRATION IS LARGEST IT HAS BEEN IN HISTORY 1
February 26, 1925 BURKE & FARRAR ANNOUNCE SALE OF JOURNAL INTERESTS 1
February 26, 1925 NEW REAL ESTATE OPENS IN BANK BUILDING 4
February 26, 1925 SUNSET HIGHWAY CLUB HOLDS MEET; OFFICIALS MEET 1
March 5, 1925 U OF W EXPERT MAKES SURVEY OF HIGH SCHOOL 1
March 5, 1925 LUSTIG TO GIVE TOWN HUGE SIGN 1
March 5, 1925 MONTANA BEAUTY SPECIALIST JOINS LOCAL BEAUTY SHOP 1
March 5, 1925 LOCAL SHIPYARD NOW A THRIVING HIVE OF INDUSTRY 1
March 5, 1925 LIVELY INTEREST DEVELOPING OVER COMING ELECTION 1
March 5, 1925 BASEBALL FANS MEET AND PLAN YEAR'S PROGRAM 1
March 5, 1925 AUTO COMMUTATION TICKETS NOW SOLD IN SMALLER LOTS 1
March 12, 1925 LUSTIG PLANS TO IMPROVE PROPERTY BEING EXCAVATED 1
March 12, 1925 BRENNEN HOME DESTROYED BY FIRE TUESDAY, MARCH 10 1
March 12, 1925 CHAMBER MEET PROMISES TO BE UNUSUAL ONE 1
March 12, 1925 OPENING FOR MAN AND WIFE AS LEGION BOAT CARETAKERS 4
March 12, 1925 BRENNEN HOME DESTROYED BY FIRE TUESDAY, MARCH 10 1
March 12, 1925 TOWN ATTORNEY WANTS ALL OLD ASSESSMENTS IN 4
March 12, 1925 PUGET PACKING COMPANY TO LOCATE PLANT HERE 1
March 12, 1925 CORNERSTONE OF LIBRARY TO BE LAID NEXT SUN. 1
March 12, 1925 BARTCH, ELIZABETH "GRANDMA" 1
March 12, 1925 SMITH, JEAN 1
March 12, 1925 TRIMBLE, WILLIAM J 3
March 12, 1925 WATER IMPROVEMENT BONDS CARRY STRONG IN LAST ELECTION 1
March 12, 1925 KIRKLAND'S BALL TEAM WILL JOIN VALLEY LEAGUE 1
March 12, 1925 NOTABLE INCREASE IN TELEPHONE SUBSCRIBERS 1
March 19, 1925 HIGH SCHOOL ART CLASS WILL GIVE EXHIBIT HERE 1
March 19, 1925 JUANITA WOMAN'S CLUB FORMS ART DEPARTMENT 1
March 19, 1925 MUSIC CLUB WILL STUDY FRENCH COMPOSERS 1
March 19, 1925 $10000 ICE AND STORAGE PLANT WILL BE BUILT 1
March 19, 1925 MANY CHANGES IN BUSINESS SECTION 1
March 19, 1925 TOWNSEND MOVES LOCAL SHOE STORE TO SEATTLE 1
March 19, 1925 FISHER CANNERY WILL BE READY ABOUT MAY FIRST 1
March 19, 1925 MANY CHANGES IN BUSINESS SECTION 1
March 19, 1925 V CARKEEK ATTACKS COUNTY GOVT SYSTEM AT CHAMBER MEET 1
March 19, 1925 HIGH SCHOOL ART CLASS WILL GIVE EXHIBIT HERE 1
March 19, 1925 V CARKEEK ATTACKS COUNTY GOVT SYSTEM AT CHAMBER MEET 1
March 19, 1925 $10000 ICE AND STORAGE PLANT WILL BE BUILT 1
March 19, 1925 JUANITA WOMAN'S CLUB FORMS ART DEPARTMENT 1
March 19, 1925 HIT-AND-RUN DRIVER IN TOILS OF THE LAW 1
March 19, 1925 LARGE TURNOUT ATTENDS LAYING OF CORNERSTONE 1
March 19, 1925 HUMPHREY, CATHERINE L 1
March 19, 1925 STEINHAUS, ELLA MAY 1
March 19, 1925 JUANITA WOMAN'S CLUB FORMS ART DEPARTMENT 1
March 19, 1925 LEGION AUXILIARY HAS DRIVE ON FOR MORE MEMBERS 1
March 19, 1925 LOCAL MAIL CARRIERS GET SALARY INCREASE 1
March 19, 1925 OVERLAKE READY FOR BUILDING 1
March 19, 1925 HERVEY-BETHURST LECTURES ON CHRISTIAN SCIENCE TUES. 4
March 19, 1925 NEARLY ONE MILE OF CEMENT WALKS IS CONTEMPLATED 1
March 26, 1925 F S BURBANK WILL OPEN INSURANCE OFFICE 12
March 26, 1925 SPRING SEASON BRINGS MANY NEW RESIDENTS TO KIRKLAND 1
March 26, 1925 COUNCIL ASKS APPOINTMENT OF SURVEY BOARD 1
March 26, 1925 L'ARC CHEMICAL CO MAKES HIT AT PRODUCTS DINNER 12
March 26, 1925 BENCH WARRANT ISSUED BY JUDGE FOR LOCAL MAN 1
March 26, 1925 KIRKLAND MAN SHOT IN RAID (CARLSON, ARTHUR) 1
March 26, 1925 WATER ISSUE NULLIFIED THROUGH TECHNICALITY IN LAW 1
March 26, 1925 HAUGEN, MRS THORE 6
March 26, 1925 JUDGE CHAS. PAUL LEGION'S GUEST 1
March 26, 1925 POSTMASTER MULLIGAN ANNOUNCES NEW RATES EFFECTIVE APRIL 15 1
March 26, 1925 KIRKLAND MAN SHOT IN RAID (CARLSON, ARTHUR) 1
March 26, 1925 BASEBALL TEAM OBTAINS FIRST GAME OF SEASON 1
March 26, 1925 AUTO PARK WILL OPEN JUNE FIRST 1
March 26, 1925 REDMOND-KIRKLAND HIGHWAY CONTRACT TO BE LET APR 27 4
March 26, 1925 WATER ISSUE NULLIFIED THROUGH TECHNICALITY IN LAW 1
March 26, 1925 BERNA ANDERSON, HAROLD LEED 12
April 2, 1925 LOCAL WRITER COMPLIMENTED BY EDITOR OF LITERARY DIGEST (RODGER) 4
April 2, 1925 "ROSE BEAUTY SHOPPE" OPENED WEDNESDAY 2
April 2, 1925 JUANITA GARAGE CHANGES MANAGEMENT THIS WEEK 4
April 2, 1925 KIRKLAND CLOTHING CO PLAN TO MOVE INTO NEW HOME SOON 4
April 2, 1925 STORAGE BATTERY CO GETS NEW RADIO AGENCY 4
April 2, 1925 WALKER & CARR BARBER SHOP MOVES THIS WEEK 1
April 2, 1925 HUGE POWER SHOVEL HAS COMPLETED HIS TASK 1
April 2, 1925 GOVERNOR PLANS TO SPEAK AT CHAMBER MEET 1
April 2, 1925 KIRKLAND HIGH SCHOOL GIVES USEFUL WORK 5
April 2, 1925 FIFTEEN CARPENTERS WANTED FOR SUNDAY AFTERNOON (LIBRARY) 4
April 2, 1925 CITY BEAUTIFUL COMMITTEE ASK FOR VOLUNTEER HELP 12
April 2, 1925 HUGE MAY DAY CELEBRATION TO BE HELD AT PARK 1
April 2, 1925 VOLUNTEER FIRE FIGHTER COMES AT EARLY CALL 4
April 2, 1925 MARSHAL WARNS CITIZENS TO TAKE PRECAUTIONS AGAINST RODENT MENACE 1
April 2, 1925 HUGE MAY DAY CELEBRATION TO BE HELD AT PARK 1
April 2, 1925 COLVIN AFTER GAMBLERS 5
April 2, 1925 HIT-AND-RUN DRIVER TO SERVE 60 DAYS IN JAIL 1
April 2, 1925 JOY WATER CAUSES KENNYDALE BOYS TO RETURN, BUT DIDN'T 1
April 2, 1925 FIFTEEN CARPENTERS WANTED FOR SUNDAY AFTERNOON (LIBRARY) 4
April 2, 1925 YOUNGERMAN, THEO 3
April 2, 1925 SCOUTS WILL GIVE EXHIBITION AT HIGH SCHOOL AUDITORIUM 1
April 2, 1925 PLAN TO HOLD SPECIAL ELECTION ON BOND ISSUE EARLY IN MAY 1
April 2, 1925 JOY WATER CAUSES KENNYDALE BOYS TO RETURN, BUT DIDN'T 1
April 2, 1925 BALL TEAM HAS TWO TEAMS OUT ON FIRST DAY 1
April 2, 1925 CATHOLICS TO OBSERVE PALM SERVICES SUN. 2
April 2, 1925 FERRY ACCIDENT CAUSES INJURY TO THREE WOMEN 1
April 2, 1925 CHRISTINE NIELSON, RAY WATROUS 12
April 9, 1925 NEW SERVICE STATION OPENED HERE THIS WEEK (LAKESIDE SERVICE STATION) 4
April 9, 1925 STATE CHAMBER COMMENTS ON LOCAL CANNERY ACTIVITIES 1
April 9, 1925 MCINTYRE PARTY A LA IRISH STEW IN WRECK SUNDAY 1
April 9, 1925 CHAMBER PLANS SNAPPY MEETING 1
April 9, 1925 HIGH SCHOOL BOARD MEETS AND ELECTS TEACHING STAFF 1
April 9, 1925 HIGH STUDENTS NOW BUSY WITH SENIOR ANNUAL 5
April 9, 1925 SCHOOL BOARD FOR DISTRICT NO 71 REELECTS ALL TEACHERS AND EMPLOYEES 1
April 9, 1925 CITIZENS GIVEN OPPORTUNITY TO SELECT THEIR MAY QUEEN 1
April 9, 1925 EAST SIDE FAIR WILL BE STAGED ON LARGE SCALE 1
April 9, 1925 ROSE HILL CLUB TO HOLD ANNUAL MAY FESTIVAL 1
April 9, 1925 ROSE HILL CLUB TO HOLD ANNUAL MAY FESTIVAL 1
April 9, 1925 YARDS PLACE HUGE LUMBER ORDER WITH LOCAL CONCERN 1
April 9, 1925 FLAMING YOUTHS PAY ALL BUT CONSIDERATE OFFICER 1
April 9, 1925 MAY 23 IS DATE SET FOR SPECIAL ELECTION ON BOND ISSUE 1
April 9, 1925 NEW EQUIPMENT FOR BALL TEAM NOW ON DISPLAY 1
April 9, 1925 "REMEMBRANCE WEEK" TO BE OBSERVED HERE 2
April 16, 1925 6 HENS LAY 11 EGGS IN DAY; ALL PENNED UP FOR PROOF 1
April 16, 1925 REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF KIRKLAND 8
April 16, 1925 ORIGINAL HONEST MAN IS FOUND (SHOER, FELIX) 1
April 16, 1925 SASH AND DOOR FACTORY STARTS NEW BUILDING 1
April 16, 1925 SHIPYARD WORKER SEVERELY BURNED BY BABBITT EXPLOSION (HARBOTTLE) 1
April 16, 1925 CAPT BROCKETT WILL BE SPEAKER AT CHAMBER TUES. 1
April 16, 1925 CARPENTERS ARE WANTED AT LIBRARY SUNDAY 1
April 16, 1925 MAYOR PROCLAIMS CLEAN UP WEEK FOR APRIL 20 TO 26 1
April 16, 1925 CANDIDATES ARE CHOSEN TO RUN FOR MAY QUEEN 1
April 16, 1925 LOCAL COUNCIL TO HOLD REGULAR MEETING APRIL 20 1
April 16, 1925 SASH AND DOOR FACTORY STARTS NEW BUILDING 1
April 16, 1925 SHIPYARD WORKER SEVERELY BURNED BY BABBITT EXPLOSION (HARBOTTLE) 1
April 16, 1925 POLICE JUDGE MCFARLAND HAS BUSY WEEK OF IT 1
April 16, 1925 CARPENTERS ARE WANTED AT LIBRARY SUNDAY 1
April 16, 1925 MARY KIRK, GEORGE CUSHING 4
April 23, 1925 KIRKLAND'S NEWEST DRUG STORE (PHOTOS OF KIRKLAND DRUG) 5
April 23, 1925 DRUG STORE ANNOUNCES CHANGE OF MANAGEMENT 5
April 23, 1925 FRANK KIRTLEY BUYS INTEREST IN LOCAL TRANSFER BUSINESS 1
April 23, 1925 SWARTZ MOTOR TO HAVE BIG OPENING 1
April 23, 1925 CAPT BROCKETT'S ADDRESS PLEASES AT CHAMBER'S LARGEST MEETING 1
April 23, 1925 MAY QUEEN WILL BE CHOSEN SAT. 1
April 23, 1925 BIDS ACCEPTED ON WAVERLY ST BY COUNCIL MON. 1
April 23, 1925 SIX-TON CAPACITY MODERN ICE PLANT IN OPERATION 4
April 23, 1925 SEATTLE IMPROVING GRAVEL PITS NEAR JUANITA 2
April 23, 1925 TRUNK MYSTERY STILL UNSOLVED (P K HIATT ESTATE PAPERS) 1
April 23, 1925 CURTIS, MRS M M 1
April 23, 1925 MARTIN, OLE 10
April 23, 1925 STUART, ELIZABETH 10
April 23, 1925 WRIGHT, DELIA DE MERITT 2
April 23, 1925 SCOUT CIRCUS IS BIG SUCCESS 1
April 23, 1925 BIG TRACK MEET TO BE HELD HERE 1
April 23, 1925 BIDS ACCEPTED ON WAVERLY ST BY COUNCIL MON. 1
April 23, 1925 STORM DAMAGES TELEPHONE LINES 4
April 30, 1925 KIRKLAND CHILDREN DIRECT DESCENDANTS OF NATHAN TAYLOR 1
April 30, 1925 CAR BACKS THROUGH VARIETY STORE FRONT 1
April 30, 1925 GIRL DRIVING FORD BUG WRECKS BLAU'S PUMP 1
April 30, 1925 LOIS EDWARDS IS CHOSEN QUEEN OF MAY FESTIVAL 1
April 30, 1925 COUNCIL GRANTS LEGION PERMIT FOR CITY ARCHES 1
April 30, 1925 LOCAL YARD GETS FERRY CONTRACT 1
April 30, 1925 MAY ORGANIZE A LIONS CLUB ON EAST SIDE 1
April 30, 1925 COUNCIL GRANTS LEGION PERMIT FOR CITY ARCHES 1
April 30, 1925 EAST SIDE TRACK MEET TO BE HELD AT PARK MAY 9 1
April 30, 1925 CONTRACT IS LET ON NEW REDMOND-KIRKLAND ROAD 3
May 7, 1925 WESTER SUBMITS FINAL ARCH PLANS 1
May 7, 1925 ELSON ADDS STORE TO PRESENT BUILDING 2
May 7, 1925 CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHURCH ESTABLISHES READING ROOM 1
May 7, 1925 CLOTHING STORE MOVES TO SPACIOUS NEW QUARTERS 1
May 7, 1925 COLUMBIA VALLEY LUMBER COMPANY CHANGES HANDS 1
May 7, 1925 EAST SIDE PAINT STORE LOCATED IN NEW HOME 1
May 7, 1925 ELSON ADDS STORE TO PRESENT BUILDING 2
May 7, 1925 NEW BILLIARD AND CARD ROOM WILL OPEN MAY 15 1
May 7, 1925 SPRING BRINGS MANY PEOPLE WEST FROM EAST 2
May 7, 1925 WOMEN PREPARE FOR CROWD AT MAY FESTIVAL 1
May 7, 1925 CURTIS, MRS M M 7
May 7, 1925 LISTER, LOUISA 1
May 7, 1925 NORMAN, CYRIAS 1
May 7, 1925 WALTERS, JESS RANDOLPH 2
May 7, 1925 WEATHERBEE, MRS J 4
May 7, 1925 REV C E NEWBERRY QUESTIONS BOND ISSUE 4
May 7, 1925 CONTESTANTS SET FOR TRACK MEET 1
May 7, 1925 CAPT ANDERSON MAY TURN FERRIES BACK TO KING COUNTY 1
May 14, 1925 LOCAL LADY COMPLIMENTED BY VISIT FROM MOVIE STAR (TAYLOR, NELL BARRY) 1
May 14, 1925 JUDGE GRIFFITHS WILL SPEAK AT CHAMBER MEET 1
May 14, 1925 MAY FESTIVAL HUGE SUCCESS 1
May 14, 1925 FIRE DEPT. DEBT NOW ONLY $750 1
May 14, 1925 MEMORIAL DAY PLANS ARE LAID 1
May 14, 1925 KIRKLAND WINS FIRST PLACE IN S.V.I.A.A. MEET 1
May 14, 1925 CAPT ANDERSON COMPARES FERRY AND ROAD TRAVEL 1
May 14, 1925 REDMOND WILL ENTERTAIN WAR VETERANS MAY 23 1
May 21, 1925 MCKIBBEN WILL DEDICATE ARCHES 1
May 21, 1925 NEW ARRIVALS ARE EAST SIDE BOOSTERS NOW 4
May 21, 1925 DEAN BOLTON COMMENCEMENT SPEAKER AT H.S. 1
May 21, 1925 CANNON BALL TO BE GALA AFFAIR 1
May 21, 1925 LEGION SPONSORS PROGRAM FOR (MEMORIAL) DAY 1
May 21, 1925 LOCAL SHIPYARDS LAUNCH NEW TUG (NAKEEN) 1
May 21, 1925 WESTINGHOUSE FIRM GIVES LIBRARY ELECTRIC RANGE 1
May 21, 1925 BOHNE, MARY 8
May 21, 1925 REUTER, LOUISE DOROTHY 4
May 21, 1925 ROBERTS, CORA VICTORIA 4
May 21, 1925 WATKINS, AGNES LILLIAN 4
May 21, 1925 YASUS, J A 1
May 21, 1925 LEGION SPONSORS PROGRAM FOR (MEMORIAL) DAY 1
May 21, 1925 JOHSENS REPLIES TO WATER BOND ISSUE QUESTIONS 2
May 21, 1925 CAMPBELL-LYONS GET BIG CEMENT WALK CONTRACT 1
August 13, 1925 ALONG MAIN STREET (ROBERTS, H E) 1
August 13, 1925 LOCAL PIONEER NOW 91 YEARS (HAWLEY, JULIA) 1
August 13, 1925 "THE SMOKE HOUSE" OPENS IN POOL HALL LOCATION 1
August 13, 1925 BILLINGS MAN BUYS INTEREST IN LAUNDRY 1
August 13, 1925 SEATTLE MAYOR HAS CONFERENCE ON ANNEXATION 1
August 13, 1925 FERRY LINCOLN ROBBED MONDAY ON EARLY TRIP 1
August 13, 1925 HORSE SHOE FANS ARE TO HAVE FIELD MADE TO ORDER 1
August 13, 1925 FERRY LINCOLN ROBBED MONDAY ON EARLY TRIP 1
August 13, 1925 STATE AID ROAD WALKS COMPLETE TO JACKSON ST 1
August 13, 1925 ANNE CARLSON, FRANCES DODGE BROWN 1
August 20, 1925 ALONG MAIN STREET (MCEVOY, J P) 1
August 20, 1925 PETER B KYNE'S "MATT" PEASLEY HERE IN PERSON 1
August 20, 1925 LOCAL HOME OF FORD CARS GETS NEW COAT OF PAINT 2
August 20, 1925 DAVIS APARTMENTS SOLD THIS WEEK TO LIEBIG 1
August 20, 1925 CHANGES IN PERSONNEL OF KIRKLAND DRUG COMPANY 7
August 20, 1925 BETTER DRAINAGE FOR MARKET ST. IS COUNCIL PLAN 1
August 20, 1925 DISCUSSION OF YEAR'S BUDGET MON. BY COUNCIL 1
August 20, 1925 KIRKLAND TRAFFIC OFFICERS AFTER JAY-WALKERS NOW 10
August 20, 1925 LACK OF LICENSES CAUSE FIFTY ARRESTS 1
August 20, 1925 WILEY CAR BORROWED AND COMPLETELY STRIPPED 1
August 20, 1925 LAWLER, JERRY 7
August 20, 1925 DELEGATION GOES TO PORT ANGELES FOR CONVENTION 1
August 20, 1925 NEW MOTOR BOAT MAKES HOME ON THIS SIDE OF THE LAKE 1
August 20, 1925 BETTER DRAINAGE FOR MARKET ST. IS COUNCIL PLAN 1
August 20, 1925 COUNTY BUDGET GIVES EAST SIDE NECESSARY ROAD (KIRKLAND-REDMOND) 1
August 20, 1925 PLAN TO ALTER GARBAGE SYSTEM 1
August 20, 1925 ADA M OWEN, GALEN S MAUST 7
August 20, 1925 ESTHER ELLEN PALMBOM, THOMAS CHARLES GIBBS 1
August 20, 1925 HAZEL DUFFY, HOWARD VIRGIN 5
August 27, 1925 ALONG MAIN STREET (BURBANK, F S) 1
August 27, 1925 50000 GALLON TANK COMPLETE (COLUMBIA LUMBER) 1
August 27, 1925 BROWN'S STORE CHANGES HANDS 1
August 27, 1925 KIRKLAND DRUG COMPANY ADD ELECTRIC REFRIGERATORS 1
August 27, 1925 TRADE AT HOME CAMPAIGN BRINGS RESULTS ACCORDING TO OVERHEARD CONV 1
August 27, 1925 GAS TANK TRUCK DITCHED; WRECKS LOCAL POWER LINE 1
August 27, 1925 ROSE GERMAIN HIT BY STAGE 4
August 27, 1925 ANTIS TAKE OVER ANNEXATION MEET - 700 JAM MEETING 1
August 27, 1925 ESTIMATED BUDGET FOR YEAR 1926 FOR THE TOWN OF KIRKLAND, WASH. 11
August 27, 1925 SEATTLE G.A.R. TO PRESENT FLAG TO KIRKLAND LIBRARY 1
August 27, 1925 ADAMS, MRS WILSON 1
August 27, 1925 BROWN, PHILANDER C 1
August 27, 1925 LAMONT, MRS A L 3
August 27, 1925 MILLAR, MARGARET ANN 5
August 27, 1925 PARK KITCHEN TO BE MODERN 1
August 27, 1925 AUTO CLUB UPHOLDS FERRY ROUTE AS SHORTEST TO CITY 1
August 27, 1925 GARBAGE WILL BE TAKEN CARE OF BY END OF WEEK 1
August 27, 1925 CAROLINE KAUFMAN, JOHN GRAVES 1
August 27, 1925 ETTA WILEY, MACK HARRIS 1
September 3, 1925 TODD FAMILY OFFER TO SHARE PROLIFIC HUCKLEBERRY PATCH 3
September 3, 1925 ALONG MAIN STREET (WEBB, GEORGE) 1
September 3, 1925 FALL SERIES OF CHAMBER OF COMMERCE MEETINGS OPENS SEPT 15 1
September 3, 1925 "OLE SWIMMIN' HOLE" CLOSED; SCHOOL OPENS NEXT TUESDAY 1
September 3, 1925 REP. LIN HADLEY SPENDS DAY HERE 1
September 3, 1925 BANDIT CAR FOUND NEAR REDMOND 1
September 3, 1925 RANDOLPH, J C 7
September 3, 1925 ST PAUL TO KIRKLAND IN FIVE DAYS BY MOTOR IS RECORD 1
September 3, 1925 DID NOT PASS UP RESCUE SAYS CREW 1
September 3, 1925 MCINTYRE AND BROWN LEAVE FOR GOOD ROADS MEET 1
September 3, 1925 OWNERS PROTEST STREET IMPROVEMENTS 1
September 3, 1925 CONTRACT GOES TO O'LEARY FOR NEW WATER SHED DAM 1
September 10, 1925 VAN AALST HAS MILLION TULIP BULBS ON WAY HERE FROM HOLLAND 1
September 10, 1925 ALONG MAIN STREET (LABARR, O E) 4
September 10, 1925 EPISCOPAL CHURCH TO HAVE CEMENT STEPS AT ENTRANCE 5
September 10, 1925 MAYOR E J BROWN TO SPEAK AT CHAMBER MEET TUESDAY 1
September 10, 1925 ENROLLMENT VERY HEAVY IN GRADES AND HIGH SCHOOL 1
September 10, 1925 JUANITA GARAGE AND CANDY STORE BURN TO GROUND MONDAY EVENING 1
September 10, 1925 NEW FIRE SYSTEM PREVENTS WOOLEN MILL DISASTER 1
September 10, 1925 TOWN MAY HAVE VOTING MACHINES NEXT ELECTION 1
September 10, 1925 JUANITA GARAGE AND CANDY STORE BURN TO GROUND MONDAY EVENING 1
September 10, 1925 LATIMER, SARAH 4
September 10, 1925 MCKIBBEN, REBECCA COLLETT 1
September 10, 1925 TOSH, BOB 3
September 10, 1925 GREEN TO EDIT HIGH SCHOOL COLUMN 1
September 10, 1925 RECEPTION FOR FATHER O'BRIEN 1
September 10, 1925 ROAD PROGRAM UNBROKEN SAYS LOCAL DELEGATE 1
September 10, 1925 AUDREY ERICKSON, JERRY JOHNSON 1
September 10, 1925 ELLEN SNICKARS, HAROLD PETERSON 9
September 10, 1925 MILDRED O'NEAL, SAMUEL S MILLER 9
September 10, 1925 NEW FIRE SYSTEM PREVENTS WOOLEN MILL DISASTER 1
September 17, 1925 GRAPES MAY BE COMING CROP FOR EAST SIDERS, IS SHOWN BY CLARKE 1
September 17, 1925 ALONG MAIN STREET (DOUGLASS, CHARLES W) 6
September 17, 1925 SAW DOWNS BIG FALLS CITY SIGN 1
September 17, 1925 BROWN'S TOGGERY OPENED FOR BUSINESS SATURDAY 1
September 17, 1925 MUSICLAND SOLD TO WELL KNOWN PORTLAND MUSICIAN (PALADEAUX, J D) 1
September 17, 1925 RECORD CROWD AT CHAMBER'S OPENING MEET 1
September 17, 1925 SCHOOL INCREASE IS GREATEST IN THE UPPER GRADES 1
September 17, 1925 JUANITA TO HOLD FIFTH ANNUAL EAST SIDE FAIR 1
September 17, 1925 FIRE PREVENTION WEEK OCT 7-10 3
September 17, 1925 EAST SIDE'S FIRST AUTO (PHOTO OF DR GEO. DAVIS) 1
September 17, 1925 SILK MILL TO BE LOCATED ON LAKE WASHINGTON 1
September 17, 1925 JUANITA TO HOLD FIFTH ANNUAL EAST SIDE FAIR 1
September 17, 1925 TIRE THIEVES ARE REPORTED TO BE BUSY AROUND KIRKLAND 1
September 17, 1925 KOEHLER, HENRY GEORGE 7
September 17, 1925 TEAM THANKS FANS FOR GENEROUS SUPPORT GIVEN DURING PAST SEASON 1
September 17, 1925 LOCAL COMMUNITY CHURCH WILL HOLD ANNUAL MEETING 6
September 17, 1925 SHOVEL WORK ON NOVELTY ROAD NOW COMPLETED 2
September 17, 1925 CITY MAY NOT COLLECT GARBAGE 1
September 24, 1925 ALONG MAIN STREET (FISHER, JOHN) 4
September 24, 1925 BATTERY SHOP MOVES TO MORGAN BUILDING 1
September 24, 1925 NEW STOCKHOLDERS FOR KIRKLAND MOTOR 1
September 24, 1925 ROSE BEAUTY SHOPPE INSTALLS BEAUTIFUL ELECTRIC SIGN 9
September 24, 1925 GAS CAR COLLIDES WITH LOCOMOTIVE; MAN IS KILLED (NEAR MALTBY) 1
September 24, 1925 TO HOLD RECEPTION FOR LOCAL SCHOOL TEACHERS 1
September 24, 1925 FLEISCHER SCHOOL PUPILS TO BE FEATURE ON FAIR PROGRAM 1
September 24, 1925 COUNCIL BURNS MIDNIGHT OIL ON CITY AFFAIRS 1
September 24, 1925 LETTER FROM FRANCES GORDINIER 3
September 24, 1925 WHERE IS PLEASANT BAY? HANDS PLEASE! HOW MANY KNOW? 1
September 24, 1925 SAND POINT AIR FIELD BACKED BY ROBINSON 9
September 24, 1925 GRAVES, WILLIAM J 1
September 24, 1925 MURPHY, BERNARD 11
September 24, 1925 GEO. RONCHETTI CHOSEN TO LEAD VETERANS POST 1
September 24, 1925 SOCCER TEAM IS ORGANIZED HERE 1
September 24, 1925 CHURCH BOARD FINDS AFFAIRS IN FINE SHAPE (COMMUNITY CHURCH) 4
September 24, 1925 FERRY CLASSIFICATION OF AUTOMOBILES CHANGED 1
September 24, 1925 FERRY DISPUTE AT BELLEVUE 1
September 24, 1925 WHITE STAR STAGE CHANGES FROM MONOHAN RUN OCT 4 1
September 24, 1925 NOVELTY ROAD NOW COMPLETE IN ALL DETAILS 11
September 24, 1925 CITY PROJECT MOVES RAPIDLY (DAM AT WATER SHED) 1
September 24, 1925 VAN AGREEABLE TO ANYTHING BUT WANTS MONOPOLY ON DUMP 1
October 1, 1925 ALONG MAIN STREET (NEWBERRY, REV C E) 4
October 1, 1925 FORMER LOCAL ATTRACTS MUCH COMMENT AS DANCER (PETTIGREW, LEONE) 1
October 1, 1925 NEW HOSPITAL IS OPENED HERE 1
October 1, 1925 EARLY SETTLER OF EAST SIDE IS KILLED BY TRAIN (DEMOTTE, JENNIE C) 1
October 1, 1925 POWDER TRUCK CATCHES FIRE ON JUANITA BRIDGE 1
October 1, 1925 W E WATERS IS BADLY INJURED AS CARS COLLIDE 1
October 1, 1925 COLLEGE CENSUS SHOWS KIRKLAND REPRESENTED THROUGHOUT COUNTY 1
October 1, 1925 PRIVATE KINDERGARTEN OPENS 4
October 1, 1925 ALL IN READINESS FOR EAST SIDE'S BIGGEST - BEST FAIR 1
October 1, 1925 NEW HOSPITAL IS OPENED HERE 1
October 1, 1925 POWDER TRUCK CATCHES FIRE ON JUANITA BRIDGE 1
October 1, 1925 DEMOTTE, JENNIE C 1
October 1, 1925 KENNEDY, ZAREE 4
October 1, 1925 MURPHY, BERNARD W 10
October 1, 1925 PRINE, JOSEPH A 4
October 1, 1925 COUNTY LEGION TO MEET HERE 1
October 8, 1925 C H TURNER PROMOTED BY UNION PACIFIC OFFICIALS 1
October 8, 1925 QUALITY FEED MILLS MAKE IMPROVEMENTS ON GROUNDS 1
October 8, 1925 YOUNGER CANDY FACTORY ADDS NEW EQUIPMENT 1
October 8, 1925 GIRLS' TRAGIC END PRECEDED BY AUTO CRASH 1
October 8, 1925 4000 ATTEND EAST SIDE FAIR 1
October 8, 1925 EVERGREEN POINT AIDS FIRE DEPT 1
October 8, 1925 OVERLAKE TO BUILD HOME FOR SPRING 1
October 8, 1925 CALHOUN STREET IMPROVEMENT PASSES COUNCIL 1
October 8, 1925 MATZEN MILL IS AGAIN WORKING DOUBLE SHIFT 1
October 8, 1925 NEW AND OLD WOOLEN MILLS (PHOTOS) 1
October 15, 1925 REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF KIRKLAND 6
October 15, 1925 ALONG MAIN STREET (MULLIGAN, C C) 4
October 15, 1925 EAST SIDE GIRL MAKES EUROPEAN SUCCESS AS DANCER (LINSLER, LEONA) 1
October 15, 1925 LOCAL FIRE DEPARTMENT CALLED TO KIRTLEY HOME 1
October 15, 1925 BATTERY SHOP HAS ATTRACTIVE RADIO ROOM 1
October 15, 1925 LAUNDRY INSTALLS MODERN MACHINE LAST WEEK 1
October 15, 1925 FOLLAND HIT BY AUTO SAT. NIGHT ON STATE ROAD 1
October 15, 1925 LOCAL BOY SHOOTS SELF ACCIDENTALLY AT PLAY 1
October 15, 1925 LOCAL FIRE DEPARTMENT CALLED TO KIRTLEY HOME 1
October 15, 1925 LOCAL SHIPYARD HAS NEARLY FORTY BOATS IN DOCK NOW (PHOTO) 1
October 15, 1925 SOCCER TEAM IS FULLY ORGANIZED 1
October 15, 1925 "HOLY CITY" TO BE PRESENTED 1
October 15, 1925 OWNERS REQUEST REASSESSMENT ON STATE ROAD 1
October 15, 1925 VAN HATES WATER DOWN HIS NECK; ASKS FOR CANS AS PER ORDINANCE 1
October 15, 1925 CHARLOTTE M WARD, CHAS EDWARD BARTLETT 3
October 22, 1925 ALONG MAIN STREET (MCKIBBEN, E C) 9
October 22, 1925 B B LUSTIG SELLS KIRKLAND DRUG COMPANY 1
October 22, 1925 THREE AUTOS IN FOG COLLISION NEAR REDMOND 1
October 22, 1925 HARRY LAUDER PROVES HIT OF CHAMBER MEET 1
October 22, 1925 PRESENT WATCH TO FIRE CHIEF 1
October 22, 1925 SPOOKS, GOBLINS AND WITCHES WILL CONVENE AT LEGION DANCE SATURDAY 1
October 22, 1925 MEAT CO TRUCK DIVES OFF FERRY ON NIGHT TRIP 1
October 22, 1925 NEW WINTER COAT FOR KIRKLAND PUBLIC LIBRARY 1
October 22, 1925 COUNTY GETS SAND POINT FIELD LANDS 2
October 22, 1925 CARRIERS ASK COOPERATION OF BOX OWNERS ON ROUTES 1
October 22, 1925 FIRST SOCCER GAME SUNDAY 1
October 22, 1925 MEAT CO TRUCK DIVES OFF FERRY ON NIGHT TRIP 1
October 22, 1925 STATE AID ROAD ASSESSMENT TO STAND "AS IS" 1
October 29, 1925 FAME TRAVELS PAST! LOCAL BULB FIRM IS QUOTED IN FLORIDA PAPER 1
October 29, 1925 ALONG MAIN STREET (SHUH, WALTER) 5
October 29, 1925 PUPIL OF LOCAL LADY WINS MEDAL(NELL BARRY TAYLOR / ARTIE E VARNOR 10
October 29, 1925 TEN YEAR OLD GIRL WINS FIRST PRIZE AS COOK (DANLEY, JUNE) 1
October 29, 1925 LEGION WILL SPONSOR BAND FOR EAST SIDE 1
October 29, 1925 HALLOWEEN PROWLERS MUST WATCH STEP. MARSHAL PREPARED FOR THEM 1
October 29, 1925 HANSON, MARY POWELL 1
October 29, 1925 WALLACE, W W 3
October 29, 1925 LEGION WILL SPONSOR BAND FOR EAST SIDE 1
October 29, 1925 KHS LOSES CHAMPIONSHIP TO BOTHELL WED. 1
October 29, 1925 BIG PROGRAM AS PRESBY. CHURCH 1
October 29, 1925 BIG CITY DAM NOW COMPLETE - INSPECTION DUE 1
November 5, 1925 A B NEWELL OFFICES MOVED AFTER SIXTEEN YEAR STAY 4
November 5, 1925 W W BOOTH BUYS GAULT PLACE ON SHEFFIELD ST 4
November 5, 1925 A B NEWELL OFFICES MOVED AFTER SIXTEEN YEAR STAY 4
November 5, 1925 QUALITY FEED MILL FIRE LOSS $20,000; WILL REBUILD AT ONCE 1
November 5, 1925 TODD FEED COMPANY RECEIVES LARGE SAFE 1
November 5, 1925 WORK STARTED ON NEW JUANITA GARAGE THIS WEEK 1
November 5, 1925 ROSE HILL MAN KILLED BY TREE (BEEMAN, THOMAS) 1
November 5, 1925 CLARK P BISSETT WILL BE SPEAKER AT CHAMBER MEET 1
November 5, 1925 GET YOUR OLD CLOTHES TOGETHER; THE LOCAL ELK ARE AFTER THEM 1
November 5, 1925 ROBERT ROLAND HYPNOTIST DOG DELIGHTS THE KIDDIES 9
November 5, 1925 QUALITY FEED MILL FIRE LOSS $20,000; WILL REBUILD AT ONCE 1
November 5, 1925 WORK STARTED ON NEW JUANITA GARAGE THIS WEEK 1
November 5, 1925 FIGHT TO PURIFY LAKE WATERS ON IN SEATTLE 9
November 5, 1925 SAND POINT THREATENED BY BANK'S RULING 9
November 5, 1925 BEEMAN, THOMAS 1
November 5, 1925 WILLET, NARCISSA JANE 1
November 5, 1925 FATHER AND SON GET TOGETHER AT CHURCH NOV 13 1
November 12, 1925 FORMER KIRKLAND BOY MAKES GOOD (CLARK, CHARLES WALTER) 1
November 12, 1925 FIRE DEPARTMENT CALLED TO DOBBS HOME MONDAY 1
November 12, 1925 SEWAGE PROBLEM TO COME BEFORE COUNCIL 1
November 12, 1925 LOCAL CO. HAS NEW PRODUCT (RID-O-FREEZE) 1
November 12, 1925 HARGUS, REBECCA A 5
November 12, 1925 MATZEK, FRANCIS XAVIER 1
November 12, 1925 FRI. IS FATHER AND SON GET TOGETHER 1
November 12, 1925 PROPERTY OWNERS TO SUE CITY 1
November 12, 1925 NEW DAM SOLVES WATER PROBLEM FOR MANY YEARS (PHOTOS) 1
November 12, 1925 SEWAGE PROBLEM TO COME BEFORE COUNCIL 1
November 12, 1925 CATHERINE ISABELL BEAMER, G C BISHOP 5
November 19, 1925 ARTIST HERE SPECIALIZING ON NORTHWEST SCENERY (SHAW, C G) 1
November 19, 1925 BANNISTER TAKES OVER KIRKLAND DRUG COMPANY 1
November 19, 1925 LOCAL CANNERY HAS VERY GOOD SEASON IN SPITE OF FIRE 1
November 19, 1925 SHORETT PLEASES CHAMBER GROUP WITH ADDRESS 1
November 19, 1925 BYRDE H IRWIN, OMAR JAY CARSON 12
November 19, 1925 LAKE POLLUTION ORDERED STOPPED 1
November 19, 1925 GATE DISAPPEARS ON HALLOWEEN; CASE GOES TO POLICE COURT WED. 1
November 19, 1925 PLANT OF KIRKLAND PACKING COMPANY (PHOTO) 1
November 19, 1925 LAKE POLLUTION ORDERED STOPPED 1
November 19, 1925 EGBERT IS NEW TOWN MARSHAL 1
November 19, 1925 GATE DISAPPEARS ON HALLOWEEN; CASE GOES TO POLICE COURT WED. 1
November 19, 1925 NEAR TRAGEDY WHEN RIVALS USE REVOLVERS 1
November 19, 1925 BOY SCOUTS ORGANIZE COMPLETE FIRST AID UNIT 1
November 19, 1925 OXFORD AND BOND IMPROVEMENTS ARE POSTPONED 1
November 26, 1925 MEADOWDALE DAIRY FARM WINS GOLD MEDAL AT PORTLAND 1
November 26, 1925 ORATORIO TO BE BEST IN HISTORY OF EAST SIDE 1
November 26, 1925 WILLIAMS SELLS LOCAL MARKET 1
November 26, 1925 LET'S DO OUR CHRISTMAS SHOPPING AT HOME 1
November 26, 1925 TWO LIVE COYOTES WERE CAUGHT IN TRAPS SUNDAY 3
November 26, 1925 24 OWNERS START SUIT AGAINST TOWN TUESDAY 1
November 26, 1925 HOLIDAY ATTIRE ON STREETS SOON 1
November 26, 1925 SAND AND GRAVEL CO MAKES RAPID GROWTH HERE IN SHORT TIME 1
November 26, 1925 HARVEY DENIES USE OF GUN IN AFFRAY 1
November 26, 1925 DAVIS, IRA J 10
November 26, 1925 GOLBAC, JOHN 10
November 26, 1925 NEW ROAD WORK MOVES RAPIDLY 1
November 26, 1925 BERTHA CARY, ARTHUR W CARLSON 1
November 26, 1925 HAZEL PETTIGREW, MAX HENDERSON 5
December 3, 1925 EAST SIDE BATTERY COMPANY ANNOUNCE OPENING THIS WEEK 1
December 3, 1925 FINAL CHAMBER MEETING TO BE BEST OF YEAR 1
December 3, 1925 CAMPAIGN FOR RELIEF FUNDS TO START SOON 1
December 3, 1925 ATTORNEYS AGREE TO DELAY SUIT 1
December 3, 1925 SAND POINT BILLS PASSED 1
December 3, 1925 PARKHURST, RUBEN S 4
December 3, 1925 KIRKLAND GETS  PAGE IN SEATTLE TIMES 1
December 3, 1925 FUTURE OF GIRLS GAME IN BALANCE 1
December 3, 1925 ROSE HILL AND TOWN STREETS GET ONCE OVER 1
December 3, 1925 GAS BOAT RITA AND HER MASTER HAVE LAST MATRIMONIAL CRUISE 1
December 3, 1925 ROSE HILL AND TOWN STREETS GET ONCE OVER 1
December 10, 1925 FIRE DAMAGES BELLEVUE SCHOOL 1
December 10, 1925 BLAZE DESTROYS N H WILSON HOME 1
December 10, 1925 DR SPARLING TO TALK TO CHAMBER ON LAKE POLLUTION TUES. 1
December 10, 1925 H.S. MAKES BIG IMPROVEMENT IN TRAINING COURSE 1
December 10, 1925 DR SPARLING TO TALK TO CHAMBER ON LAKE POLLUTION TUES. 1
December 10, 1925 BLAZE DESTROYS N H WILSON HOME 1
December 10, 1925 FIRE DAMAGES BELLEVUE SCHOOL 1
December 10, 1925 THORGRISON WILL ASSIST TOWN ATTORNEY 1
December 10, 1925 DR SPARLING TO TALK TO CHAMBER ON LAKE POLLUTION TUES. 1
December 10, 1925 STARES, ELIZABETH FLORENCE 1
December 10, 1925 TURNER, GEORGE E 1
December 10, 1925 SEATTLE LODGE TO STAGE BIG KIRKLAND NIGHT 1
December 17, 1925 COLUMBIA LUMBER OPENS NEW YARD 1
December 17, 1925 HARTRANFT ELECTED NEW CHAMBER HEAD; MCEVOY VICE PRES. 1
December 17, 1925 CHRISTMAS CHEER DRIVE IS NOW ON 1
December 17, 1925 NO DELIVERIES CHRISTMAS DAY 1
December 17, 1925 PAGEANT TREE AND SANTA AT CHURCH 1
December 17, 1925 BLACKBURN, JOHN R 2
December 17, 1925 FULLER, AZEL ROY 4
December 17, 1925 LARSON, ALBERT 1
December 17, 1925 STARES, BESSIE 1
December 17, 1925 NO DELIVERIES CHRISTMAS DAY 1
December 17, 1925 LAY STEEL RAILS ON NEW HIGHWAY 1
December 17, 1925 MADISON ST HILL WILL BE CIRCLED BY COUNCIL PLAN 1
December 17, 1925 EVELYN MILLS CUTLER, ADELBERT E MACK 1
December 24, 1925 ORATORIO VERY HIGHLY PRAISED 3
December 24, 1925 BLAU CHEVROLET COMPANY ADDS NORTHLAND RADIO 3
December 24, 1925 SHOER BUYS OUT WEBB INTEREST IN PASTIME 3
December 24, 1925 RETURNS PROVE RELIEF DRIVE IS GOING OVER TOP 3
December 24, 1925 COUNCIL REJECTS BIDS FOR LABOR ON WATER MAINS 3
December 24, 1925 LARSON, ALBERT 3
December 24, 1925 LAUGESON, PETER 3
December 24, 1925 SINTZ, MARTHA 4
December 24, 1925 WALTERS, HENRY G 10
December 24, 1925 BRIDGE CAUSES SEVERAL MISHAPS EARLY SATURDAY 3
December 24, 1925 MILL FOUNDER IS VISITOR HERE (EYANSON, E W) 3
December 31, 1925 PICK BERRIES FROM NEW VINES 1
December 31, 1925 CHAMBER PRES ANNOUNCES NEW COMMITTEES 1
December 31, 1925 JUDGES AWARD PRIZES (WINDOW DISPLAYS) 1
December 31, 1925 LARSON CHARGES ARE DROPPED AT HEARING THURS. 1
December 31, 1925 BURTON, ARTHUR 1
December 31, 1925 OVERLAKE CLUB PLANS CLUBHOUSE FOR MAY OPENING 1
December 31, 1925 LOCAL SUNDAY SCHOOL MAKES GOOD PROGRESS 1
December 31, 1925 MABEL WILEY, E ERICKSON 1
January 7, 1926 LIGHTING THE POULTRY HOUSE 2
January 7, 1926 MUCH INTEREST SHOWN IN POULTRY SHORT COURSE 4
January 7, 1926 STATE COLLEGE WILL FURNISH POULTRY HOUSE PLANS 4
January 7, 1926 LEGION WILL HAVE SEVEN PIECE ORCHESTRA 1
January 7, 1926 REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF KIRKLAND 6
January 7, 1926 POST OFFICE HAS RECORD BREAKER YEAR (BAKER, HUGH) 1
January 7, 1926 POST OFFICE HAS RECORD BREAKER YEAR (FORTESCUE, ERNEST) 1
January 7, 1926 POST OFFICE HAS RECORD BREAKER YEAR (MULLIGAN, C C) 1
January 7, 1926 FIRE RESULTS AS GAS CAN UPSETS (KIRKLAND MOTOR GARAGE) 1
January 7, 1926 WESTERN CHEMICAL CO. TO HOLD ANNUAL MEETING 1
January 7, 1926 REPRESENTATIVE FROM LOCAL CANNERY AT CONVENTION 1
January 7, 1926 RESPECT FOR LAW 1
January 7, 1926 MOLE TRAPPING EXHIBITION WILL BE HELD AT HIGH SCHOOL, JAN 14 1
January 7, 1926 FIRE RESULTS AS GAS CAN UPSETS 1
January 7, 1926 TAXPAYERS LOSE SUIT TO KILL ASSESSMENT 1
January 7, 1926 TRANSFER BOOKS TO TOWN CLERK 1
January 7, 1926 ARREST DRIVERS WITHOUT LICENSE 1
January 7, 1926 TAXPAYERS LOSE SUIT TO KILL ASSESSMENT 1
January 7, 1926 DAHLBY, H G 1
January 7, 1926 HAMMOND, MILTON 1
January 7, 1926 MCDONALD, FATHER 1
January 7, 1926 INSTALLMENT NIGHT AT MASONIC HALL 1
January 7, 1926 KIRKLAND NIGHT AT EAGLES LODGE 1
January 7, 1926 LEGION WILL HAVE SEVEN PIECE ORCHESTRA 1
January 7, 1926 POST OFFICE HAS RECORD BREAKER YEAR (FORTESCUE, ERNEST) 1
January 7, 1926 POST OFFICE HAS RECORD BREAKER YEAR FOR 1925 1
January 7, 1926 HAZEL V MCCASLAND, ERLE J DAMMANN 2
January 14, 1926 DOUGLASS CHICKEN RANCH LEASED WITH OPTION TO BUY 1
January 14, 1926 LIGHTING THE POULTRY HOUSE ECONOMICALLY 8
January 14, 1926 E WOLD REOPENS JUANITA GARAGE 1
January 14, 1926 JOHN KEOWN TO START FISH ROUTE AGAIN 1
January 14, 1926 EASTERN EDITOR HATES TO SEE MINNESOTA CITIZENS LEAVE FOR WEST 1
January 14, 1926 LAWMAKERS PASS BILLS ON LOCAL BOND DISTRICTS 1
January 14, 1926 REGISTRATION IS GOING GOOD 1
January 14, 1926 E WOLD REOPENS JUANITA GARAGE 1
January 14, 1926 (TOWN MARSHAL) MAKES LENGTHY JOURNEY YEARLY 1
January 14, 1926 ARGUMENT LANDS PAIR IN STOCKADE 1
January 14, 1926 E.A. ROWELL TO TALK ON SEATTLE  CRIME SITUATION 1
January 14, 1926 GUARDIAN MAKES LENGTHY JOURNEY YEARLY (EGBERT, MARSHALL C R) 1
January 14, 1926 STEAL CAR AND ROB OWNER; TIED UP ALL NIGHT 1
January 14, 1926 COGSWELL, MARY A 1
January 14, 1926 DOWNEY, PATRICK 1
January 14, 1926 DOWNIE, PATRICK 1
January 14, 1926 MITCHELL, GEORGE M 8
January 14, 1926 RATHBUN, FANNIE 1
January 14, 1926 SMITH, GEORGE 10
January 14, 1926 TOMPKINS, H B 10
January 14, 1926 SCOUTS PLAN TO CELEBRATE SIXTEENTH ANNIVERSARY 8
January 14, 1926 PLAN BRIDGES TO SPAN LAKE DESPITE NO LAW 1
January 14, 1926 GERTRUDE HALE, DAVE NEWCOMER 1
January 14, 1926 MAYBELLE HORNE, LAURON B LEED 8
January 18, 1926 POWER CO ADDS EXPERT TO AID FARMERS IN N.W. 8
January 18, 1926 SELECTING LAND SUITABLE FOR GROWING ALFALFA IN WESTERN WASH 7
January 18, 1926 A SECOND AS AGAINST FIVE HOURS (STREETCARS WON'T WAIT FOR FERRY) 6
January 18, 1926 LEGION AUX REPORT (CUSHMAN HOSPITAL) 7
January 18, 1926 THAT BASIC SCIENCE BILL (DRUGLESS PRACTITIONERS) 8
January 18, 1926 TEAM DEFEATS NIPPON FIVE IN SNAPPY GAME 3
January 18, 1926 A SECOND AS AGAINST FIVE HOURS (STREETCARS WON'T WAIT FOR FERRY) 6
January 21, 1926 LIGHTING THE POULTRY HOUSE ECONOMICALLY 2
January 21, 1926 LABARR, O.E. (POWER CO. OFFICIAL MOVES TO KIRKLAND) 1
January 21, 1926 MCKIBBEN, E.C. (MAYOR WILL NOT SEEK REELECTION) 1
January 21, 1926 TRIBUTE PAID TO A R TERPENING 1
January 21, 1926 CROWDED CONDITION CAUSES BOARD TO ASK FOR ADDITION (PHOTO OF KHS) 1
January 21, 1926 CROWDED CONDITION CAUSES BOARD TO ASK FOR ADDITION (UNION A HIGH) 1
January 21, 1926 FIRE DESTROYS THREE AUTOS 1
January 21, 1926 HOT ARGUMENT MARKS COUNCIL MEETING MON. 1
January 21, 1926 MAYOR WILL NOT SEEK REELECTION 1
January 21, 1926 SHIPYARD GETS LARGE CONTRACT 1
January 21, 1926 ROWELL REVEALS DOPE DANGERS TO LOCAL CHAMBER 1
January 21, 1926 REINECKER, ANNA 1
January 21, 1926 WRIGHT, BIRD 1
January 21, 1926 KIRKLAND MAY HAVE OWN YMCA 1
January 21, 1926 HOT ARGUMENT MARKS COUNCIL MEETING (WOOD PIPE VS. STEEL) 1
January 28, 1926 FARM LOAN ASSOC HOLD ANNUAL BANQUET 3
January 28, 1926 BOARD MEMBER EXPLAINS BOND ISSUE REQUEST 1
January 28, 1926 VALLEY LAUNDRY MEN MEET IN KIRKLAND, SAT. 1
January 28, 1926 CANNERY LOOKS FOR BIG YEAR 1
January 28, 1926 ROSE HILL SCHOOL ESTABLISHES GOOD ATTENDANCE RECORD 1
January 28, 1926 LOCAL COUPLE WINS HONORS IN CHARLESTON CONTEST 8
January 28, 1926 MAYOR MCKIBBEN RECONSIDERS 1
January 28, 1926 TOWN ACCEPTS PIPE LINE BID; USE WOOD PIPE 1
January 28, 1926 ISAAC WALTONS WOULD FORM CHAPTER HERE 1
January 28, 1926 VETERANS THANK LOCAL LEGION AUXILIARY 8
January 28, 1926 WOMAN'S CLUB TO BROADCAST AGAIN 1
January 28, 1926 HERE'S EAST SIDE'S BIGGEST LIE (JOURNAL LIE CONTEST) 1
January 28, 1926 OVERLAKE CLUB TO HOLD ANNUAL ELECTION 1
January 28, 1926 IMPRESSIVE SERVICE HELD IN ST JOHN'S CHURCH SUNDAY 1
January 28, 1926 TOWN ACCEPTS PIPE LINE BID USE WOOD PIPE 1
January 28, 1926 TOWN ACCEPTS PIPE LINE BID; USE WOOD PIPE 1
January 28, 1926 VETERANS THANK LOCAL LEGION AUXILIARY 8
February 4, 1926 FARMERS PROFIT FROM RADIO 6
February 4, 1926 LIGHTING THE POULTRY HOUSE 8
February 4, 1926 TIMELY FARM HELPS FOR STATE COLLEGE 7
February 4, 1926 EAST SIDE LOAN ASSOCIATION ELECTION (REDMOND) 3
February 4, 1926 SENSIBLE SAVINGS VS SENSELESS (EDITORIAL, SCHOOL SAVINGS} 6
February 4, 1926 SUPT. STORY OUTLINES NEEDS (UNION A HIGH) 1
February 4, 1926 O'GRADY HOME IS BURNED TO GROUND 1
February 4, 1926 STATE BRINGS SUITE TO COLLECT (HOUSEBOAT) 8
February 4, 1926 A.T. MILES PURCHASES LIVINGSTON STUDIO 1
February 4, 1926 CITIES, BOOSTING AND GROWTH 6
February 4, 1926 NAME KIRKLAND AS PUBLICATION HQ.  AUTOMOBILE CLUB 1
February 4, 1926 REX DRUG COMPANY MOVES HOME OFFICE TO KIRKLAND 1
February 4, 1926 SUPT STOREY OUTLINES SCHOOL NEEDS; DISCUSSES FINANCES OF BOND ISSUE 1
February 4, 1926 LOCAL COUPLE AGAIN WIN HONORS IN CHARLESTON (HAIGHT, HILDA & EARL 5
February 4, 1926 FIRE CHIEF PRO-TEM LEADS FANS ON WILD CHASE FRI. 8
February 4, 1926 O'GRADY HOME IS BURNED TO GROUND 1
February 4, 1926 BOOKS WILL BE KEPT OPEN LAST FIVE EVENINGS (REGISTRATION) 1
February 4, 1926 B AND B LOGGING CO (REDMOND) 3
February 4, 1926 FARMERS PROFIT FROM RADIO 6
February 4, 1926 SCOUTS OBSERVE 16TH BIRTHDAY 1
February 4, 1926 BURBANK WILL BE CANDIDATE 1
February 4, 1926 P.I. TOURNAMENT, MARKSMEN 3
February 4, 1926 CITIZENS HOLD MEETING WITH ARCHITECTS (REDMOND) 3
February 4, 1926 REV HASLETT WILL MAKE HIS HOME IN KIRKLAND 1
February 4, 1926 AUTO CLUB EXTENDS SERVICE WESTWARD 8
February 4, 1926 KIRKLAND RUN MAKES BIG GAIN FOR FERRY SYSTEM 4
February 4, 1926 KIRKLAND RUN MAKES LARGEST GAIN OF SYSTEM (FERRY) 1
February 11, 1926 CEDARMERE PICKS FIRST CROP OF THIS YEAR'S DAFFODILS 11
February 11, 1926 PASTIME PLANS EXTENSIVE IMPROVEMENTS IN FIXTURES 1
February 11, 1926 KIRKLAND MOTOR CO ADDS NEW SERVICE DEPARTMENT 1
February 11, 1926 MERCANTILE'S CAT HAS ODD WAY OF GETTING WARM 4
February 11, 1926 PASTIME PLANS EXTENSIVE IMPROVEMENTS 1
February 11, 1926 PASTIME PLANS EXTENSIVE IMPROVEMENTS IN FIXTURES 1
February 11, 1926 SWARTZ MOTOR COMPANY IS SOLD TO H H BAKER 1
February 11, 1926 POLISH UP PENCILS SAYS LOUIE TODD AND WIN KIRKLAND SLOGAN PRIZE 1
February 11, 1926 SCHWELLENBACH TO BE CHAMBER SPEAKER TUES 1
February 11, 1926 KIRKLAND TAXES SHOWN TO BE LOW IN STATE SURVEY 6
February 11, 1926 SILERS CAMP IS SCENE OF THREE MISHAPS 3
February 11, 1926 NEW AIR BASE DEED APPROVED BY U.S. OFFICIAL (SAND POINT) 9
February 11, 1926 CARKEEK, JAMES 6
February 11, 1926 RICHARDSON, MRS IRA 4
February 11, 1926 PLAN BEAUTY CONTEST MARCH 15TH FOR CAMP FIRE GIRLS' BIRTHDAY 6
February 11, 1926 FILINGS CLOSE ON CITY OFFICES; THREE NEW ONES 1
February 11, 1926 HUDSON COACH TO BE GIVEN AWAY 1
February 11, 1926 JOURNAL WILL CARRY BELLEVUE SECTION AS REGULAR DEPARTMENT 1
February 11, 1926 OXFORD STREET UP TO COUNCIL MON. 1
February 18, 1926 100 NEW PHONES ARE INSTALLED 7
February 18, 1926 BELLEVUE HAS BEAUTY SPOT 2
February 18, 1926 WHO'S WHO IN BELLEVUE (SARA ROGERS) 7
February 18, 1926 YOUNGER CANDY ASSET TO DISTRICT 2
February 18, 1926 LAKE'S BEAUTY IS MENACED 9
February 18, 1926 AUTHENTIC TAX RECORDS PROVE TO BE A FALLACY 9
February 18, 1926 LAKE'S BEAUTY IS MENACED (POLLUTION) 9
February 18, 1926 LEGION OBTAINS SOURCE RECORDS 9
February 18, 1926 MATZEN MILLS ANNOUNCE BIG STOCK ISSUE 9
February 18, 1926 MATZEN MILLS ANNOUNCE BIG STOCK ISSUE (PHOTO) 9
February 25, 1926 KIRKLAND HARDWARE GARDEN TOOLS 12
February 25, 1926 RAISING CHIX LIFE SIZE JOB AT WHITE CLOUD 9
February 25, 1926 BIG SYMPHONY FOR EAST SIDE 1
February 25, 1926 HAMMARSTROM TO OPEN NEW STORE 3
February 25, 1926 OVERLAKE STAKES COURSE FOR NEW BUILDING 2
February 25, 1926 BUSINESS GIRLS TO HOLD MEETING 1
February 25, 1926 MRS TODD SISTER HURT IN WRECK 1
February 25, 1926 CHAMBER FAVORS NEW STOCK ISSUE OF MATZEN MILL 1
February 25, 1926 EAST BRINGS TOWN SLOGANS 1
February 25, 1926 LAY PLANS FOR CHAMBER ANNUAL BALL 1
February 25, 1926 BIG SYMPHONY FOR EAST SIDE 1
February 25, 1926 NEW INDUSTRY WILL START IN BELLEVUE 11
February 25, 1926 COMMERCIAL ST MECCA FOR STOLEN CARS 1
February 25, 1926 MILK SHOULD BE SANITARY 1
February 25, 1926 DUNCAN, THOMAS H 1
February 25, 1926 HANSON, IDA 7
February 25, 1926 LEE, H C 7
February 25, 1926 SPEED BEING SHOWN IN RACE (SUBSCRIPTION CONTEST) 1
February 25, 1926 RANGERS DEFEAT SEATTLE ALL STARS 1
February 25, 1926 REV HASLETT HAS LARGE AUDIENCES AT BIBLE HALL 1
February 25, 1926 POWER LINE OVER PHONE LINE CAUSES TROUBLE 1
February 25, 1926 CHAMBER FAVORS NEW STOCK ISSUE OF MATZEN MILL 1
February 25, 1926 CHAMBER FAVORS NEW STOCK ISSUE OF MATZEN MILLS 1
March 4, 1926 CRUSE, WILLIAM 11
March 4, 1926 PASTIME CAFE REMODELS PLACE 1
March 4, 1926 PASTIME CAFE REMODELS PLACE 1
March 4, 1926 ANNUAL CHAMBER MEMBERSHIP DRIVE OPENS WITH BANG 1
March 4, 1926 CAPT WEST RESIGNS FROM GRADE SCHOOL BOARD 1
March 4, 1926 CLARK DISCUSSES SCHOOL ISSUE 1
March 4, 1926 BUSINESS GIRLS ORGANIZE HERE 1
March 4, 1926 QUIET ELECTION PREDICTED FOR NEXT TUESDAY 1
March 4, 1926 TOLL BRIDGE ON LAKE FROM ISLAND PASSED BY HOUSE 11
March 11, 1926 BELLEVUE PAIR APPEAR IN CITY CONCERT 2
March 11, 1926 PTA MEETING IS INTERESTING ONE TO MEMBERS 2
March 11, 1926 LOCAL POET RANKS WITH WORLD'S FOREMOST LYRICS (RODGER, MARJORIE) 6
March 11, 1926 MARINE DIGEST PAYS TRIBUTE TO CAPT J L ANDERSON 6
March 11, 1926 KIRKLAND ADDS JEWELRY REPAIR SHOP THIS WEEK 1
March 11, 1926 BABY FALLS IN OPEN WELL ON ROSE HILL 1
March 11, 1926 ALL SET FOR CHAMBER BALL 1
March 11, 1926 PROF LIED OF U OF W WILL SPEAK TO CHAMBER ON INDUSTRIAL OUTLOOK 1
March 11, 1926 PROFESSOR LAID OF U OF W WILL SPEAK 1
March 11, 1926 STACKS OF SLOGANS ARE NOW ON FILE 1
March 11, 1926 PUBLIC INVITED TO REHEARSALS (SYMPHONY) 1
March 11, 1926 SURPLUS OF HUNGRY DOGS BOTHERING ROSE HILL 7
March 11, 1926 NEWBERRY AND BURR LEAD IN COUNCIL RACE 1
March 11, 1926 DIVER LOCATES TRUCK AT BOTTOM OF LAKE 1
March 11, 1926 GOVERNMENT ACCEPTS SAND POINT FIELD 6
March 11, 1926 REAR ADMIRAL CHASE TO LOOK OVER SAND POINT 6
March 11, 1926 ANDERSON, CHARLES G 6
March 11, 1926 STAHLHEIMER, MARJORIE 1
March 11, 1926 BUSINESS WOMEN NOW ORGANIZED 1
March 11, 1926 ELECTION GIVES GOOD CHANCE FOR HARMONY 1
March 11, 1926 NEWBERRY AND BURR LEAD IN COUNCIL RACE 1
March 11, 1926 MAIL TWO TONS WASH. MOTORISTS 1
March 11, 1926 BABY FALLS IN OPEN WELL ON ROSE HILL 1
March 11, 1926 DIVER LOCATES TRUCK AT BOTTOM OF LAKE 1
March 11, 1926 MARINE DIGEST PAYS TRIBUTE TO CAPT J L ANDERSON 6
March 11, 1926 BELLEVUE ROADS BEING CONSTANTLY IMPROVED 11
March 18, 1926 OUR BIGGEST PAYROLL COMES FROM THE MATZEN WOOLEN MILL (FULL PAGE) 9
March 18, 1926 POST OFFICE.  REGINA BLACKWOOD 2
March 18, 1926 NEW BUILDING WILL BE BUILT FOR POWER CO. 1
March 18, 1926 NEW BUILDING WILL BE BUILT FOR POWER CO. 1
March 18, 1926 FIRE DEPARTMENT CALLED TO DANIELS HOME WED. 1
March 18, 1926 CAR MAKES UNSUCCESSFUL ATTEMPT TO ENTER BAKERY (WOODIN, HELEN) 1
March 18, 1926 CHAMBER MEETING IS BEST OF YEAR 1
March 18, 1926 STUNTS FEATURE CHAMBER BALL 1
March 18, 1926 SCHOOL BOARD TO DISCUSS UNION OF THREE DISTRICTS 1
March 18, 1926 SCHOOL BOARD TO DISCUSS UNION OF THREE DISTRICTS THURS. 1
March 18, 1926 RUTH CHAMBERS, CAPTAIN GEORGE CARROLL HAMNER 4
March 18, 1926 STUNTS FEATURE CHAMBER BALL 1
March 18, 1926 FIRE DEPARTMENT CALLED TO DANIELS HOME WED. 1
March 18, 1926 COUNCIL HOLDS UP BIDS ON OXFORD (ST. WELL) 1
March 18, 1926 TOY FACTORY TO LOCATE IN SEARS BLDG, APRIL 1 1
March 18, 1926 TOY FACTORY TO LOCATE IN SEARS BUILDING 1
March 18, 1926 HAVE YOUR LIGHTS (AUTO) TESTED 1
March 18, 1926 CORNWALL, L R 1
March 18, 1926 HAAS, A F 6
March 18, 1926 PATTY, OLIVE MAE 1
March 18, 1926 TWENTY WOLFCUBS TAKE BREMERTON TRIP 4
March 18, 1926 COUNCIL HOLDS UP BIDS ON OXFORD 1
March 18, 1926 OUR BIGGEST PAYROLL 9
March 18, 1926 OUR BIGGEST PAYROLL COMES FROM THE MATZEN WOOLEN MILL (FULL PAGE) 9
March 25, 1926 HUGE BULB FARM ACROSS VALLEY FROM REDMOND 3
March 25, 1926 DANBY'S SECOND SUICIDE MOVE IS SUCCESSFUL 1
March 25, 1926 KIRKLAND WOMAN IN SCREEN ROLE (TAYLOR, NELL BARRY) 1
March 25, 1926 LE WARNE, CHARLES T. 11
March 25, 1926 SCHOOL GROUNDS BEING MADE MORE ATTRACTIVE 6
March 25, 1926 PLAN TO IMPROVE LAKE PROPERTY 1
March 25, 1926 PHIL MARSH NOW ASSOCIATED WITH LOCAL HARDWARE FIRM 1
March 25, 1926 DANBY'S SECOND SUICIDE MOVE SUCCESSFUL 1
March 25, 1926 MEET IS DAMPER ON UNION PLANS 1
March 25, 1926 MARGARET OLSON, WILLIAM HUNTINGTON 7
March 25, 1926 KIRKLAND WOMAN IN SCREEN ROLE (TAYLOR, NELL BARRY) 1
March 25, 1926 LAKE CLEANUP CAMPAIGN NOW UNDERWAY 8
March 25, 1926 LAKE CLEANUP CAMPAIGN NOW WELL UNDER WAY 8
March 25, 1926 BIDS ON OXFORD REJECTED 1
March 25, 1926 DOWN TO THE SEA IN SHIPS (WHALING) 11
March 25, 1926 SAND AND GRAVEL CO GETS NATIONAL MENTION 1
March 25, 1926 THIEVES BREAK INTO WARES RADIO SHOP, THURS 1
March 25, 1926 DR SHERWOOD ARRIVES IN KIRKLAND THIS WEEK 1
March 25, 1926 MRS RUDOLPH FEELS JUSTIFIED (DIPHTHERIA IN BELLEVUE) 11
March 25, 1926 DANBY, CHARLES 1
March 25, 1926 ISAAC WALTON LEAGUE TO ORGANIZE WEDNESDAY 1
March 25, 1926 BIGGEST MEETING HELD BY LEGION 1
March 25, 1926 PLAN TO IMPROVE LAKE PROPERTY 1
March 25, 1926 DRIVER WRAPS BUICK AROUND TELEPHONE POLE 1
March 25, 1926 BIDS ON OXFORD REJECTED; PLAN REHEARING 12TH 1
April 1, 1926 MODERN CHICKEN RANCH  LIES JUST OUTSIDE REDMOND 3
April 1, 1926 NO MORE WILL CAP ANSWER CALL OF GONG (HORSE STORY) 3
April 1, 1926 SYMPHONY CLUB ELECTS OFFICERS 1
April 1, 1926 FORMER LOCAL GIRL IS SUCCESS (LEE, DARLEY) 1
April 1, 1926 PLAN TO START WORK ON SCHOOL BUILDING SOON (UNION A) 1
April 1, 1926 LOCAL FIRM MAKING RAPID STRIDES (COLUMBIA LUMBER) 1
April 1, 1926 BIG OUT CAMP IS BEING BUILT NEAR HOUGHTON 1
April 1, 1926 BIG AUTO CAMP BEING BUILT NEAR HOUGHTON 1
April 1, 1926 DE MERRITT, ANNA 1
April 1, 1926 ORGANIZE (ISAAC WALTON) LEAGUE IN KIRKLAND WED. 1
April 1, 1926 GEO W JULIAN FINISHED FIRST AND WON HUDSON 1
April 1, 1926 ORGANIZE LEAGUE IN KIRKLAND (ISAAC WALTON) 1
April 1, 1926 OVERLAKE GETS PREPARED FOR OPENING (GOLF) 1
April 1, 1926 SPORTSMEN PLANT 12000 TROUT IN COTTAGE LAKE 1
April 1, 1926 BIG OUT CAMP IS BEING BUILT NEAR HOUGHTON 1
April 1, 1926 POWER COMPANY PLACES POLE LINES ON NEW REDMOND ROAD 1
April 8, 1926 SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA CHANGES NAME TO EAST SIDE PHILHARMONIC SOCIETY 1
April 8, 1926 LAKE SHORE TO BE DEVELOPED SOON SAYS G FARRAR 1
April 8, 1926 WATER USERS ARE WARNED TO PAY UP 1
April 8, 1926 CHEMICAL CO SELLS OUTPUT 1
April 8, 1926 LAKE SHORE TO BE DEVELOPED SOON SAYS G FARRAR 1
April 8, 1926 HIGHWAY COP IS INJURED IN FALL 1
April 8, 1926 AIR BASE NEEDS ADDITIONAL LAND 1
April 8, 1926 DOWNEY, ANN 11
April 8, 1926 MCDOWELL, JOHN 11
April 8, 1926 EGBERT TURNS RADIO OVER TO LOCAL KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS 1
April 8, 1926 MRS PEACH RE-ELECTED TO HEAD KIRKLAND PTA 1
April 8, 1926 SCOUTS TRAIN IN FIRST AID AND SIGNALING 1
April 8, 1926 LEGION CHIEF VISITS LOCAL POST FRIDAY 1
April 8, 1926 WOMENS CLUB HOST TO NEIGHBORING CLUBS 1
April 8, 1926 JOSEPHINE GILPATRICK, WEBSTER RICHARDSON CARTER 11
April 15, 1926 CRITICS SPEAK WELL OF LOCAL LADY'S SCREEN APPEARANCE (TAYLOR, NELL) 1
April 15, 1926 TAYLOR, NELL BARRY CRITIC SPEAKS WELL OF LOCAL LADY'S SCREEN APP 1
April 15, 1926 BLAU CHEVROLET CO NOTE INCREASED CAR ACTIVITY 1
April 15, 1926 SPECIAL BUSINESS SESSION HELD BY CHAMBER 3
April 15, 1926 POWER CO WILL CONDUCT COOKING CLASS 1
April 15, 1926 L MARIAN BECHTEL, ROBERT ADAMS 11
April 15, 1926 CRITICS SPEAK WELL OF LOCAL LADY'S SCREEN APPEARANCE (TAYLOR, NELL) 1
April 15, 1926 BIDS ASKED ON IMPROVEMENT OF OXFORD ST. 1
April 15, 1926 FIND STOLEN CAR AT COTTAGE LAKE WAS STRIPPED 3
April 15, 1926 WESTERN CHEM CO CHECKS FORGED 1
April 15, 1926 BLACKMAN, EMMA 1
April 15, 1926 ASSOCIATE MATRONS TO BE GUESTS OF KIRKLAND STARS 1
April 15, 1926 BOY SCOUTS ENJOY OPEN AIR MEETING 1
April 15, 1926 BOY SCOUTS NOW ON DRIVE FOR OLD PAPERS 1
April 15, 1926 YOUNG FOLKS CLASS TO DISCUSS "EXERTION" 1
April 15, 1926 YEGGS PREPARE TO PAY PENALTY (C OF C) 1
April 15, 1926 AMERICAN LEGION DANCE WILL BE GIVEN APRIL 17 1
April 15, 1926 ANTI-TUBERCULOSIS LEAGUE WILL MEET WEDNESDAY 1
April 15, 1926 LEGION HOST TO BOTHELL GROUP 1
April 15, 1926 BUSINESS GIRLS HEAR HARTRANFT 1
April 15, 1926 COMMUNITY LADIES AID TO HAVE FOOD SALE 1
April 15, 1926 POWER CO WRITES UP MATZEN MILL IN HOUSE ORGAN 1
April 15, 1926 GOLF CLUB READY ON TIME 1
April 15, 1926 IKE PENCE WINS FIRST PRIZE IN FISHING CONTEST 3
April 15, 1926 KIRKLAND MEN ARE ASKED TO HELP HUSKY CREW 1
April 15, 1926 BIDS ASKED FOR IMPROVEMENTS ON OXFORD ST 1
April 15, 1926 CITIZENS URGED TO GET GARBAGE READY FOR PICKUP 3
April 15, 1926 STILL TIME FOR LAST MOMENT WATER PAYERS 1
April 15, 1926 POWER CO WRITES UP MATZEN MILL IN HOUSE ORGAN 1
April 22, 1926 REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF KIRKLAND 9
April 22, 1926 BUSINESS HOUSES PLANNING CHANGE OF LOCATION (JEWELRY, BARBER) 1
April 22, 1926 CHAMBER MEET IS GALA AFFAIR 1
April 22, 1926 BOARD REELECTS TEACHING STAFF FOR NEXT YEAR 1
April 22, 1926 CLEAN UP AND PAINT UP WEEK IS PROCLAIMED 1
April 22, 1926 EGBERT ASKS AID OF CITIZENS TO SAVE CHERRY TREES 1
April 22, 1926 GROUND OF LIBRARY BLDG BEING BEAUTIFIED 1
April 22, 1926 MORE LAND IS SOUGHT FOR FLYING FIELD 1
April 22, 1926 WALTON LEAGUE TO GET CHARTER 1
April 22, 1926 BROTHER ISAIAH EXPECTED HERE IN EARLY JUNE 1
April 22, 1926 CONTRACT LET ON OXFORD ST 1
April 29, 1926 $50,000 THEATRE CORPORATION FORMED; WILL BUILD AT ONCE 1
April 29, 1926 GRADE TEACHERS ARE SELECTED 1
April 29, 1926 $50,000 THEATRE CORPORATION FORMED; WILL BUILD AT ONCE 1
April 29, 1926 CLUBS SET FOR BIG CLEAN UP NEXT WEEK 1
April 29, 1926 DEER BREAKS INTO LOCAL STRAWBERRY PATCH; REAL THING SAYS H BAKER 1
April 29, 1926 KNAPP, FRED B 1
April 29, 1926 CLUBS SET FOR BIG CLEAN UP NEXT WEEK 1
April 29, 1926 WALTON LEAGUE TO GET CHARTER MONDAY NIGHT 1
April 29, 1926 BUSINESS GIRLS PLAN LAKE TRIP 1
April 29, 1926 BALL TEAM IS NOW ORGANIZED 1
April 29, 1926 H.S. TEAM LOSES CHAMPIONSHIP TO PULLMAN TUES 1
April 29, 1926 WHITE STAR LINE CHANGES HANDS; REED MANAGER 1
April 29, 1926 IDA MAY NORRIS, LEE MARION CANNON 1
May 6, 1926 PLANS ARE DRAWN; CONTRACT IS LET FOR NEW THEATRE 1
May 6, 1926 HABERDASHERY STORE IN HOTEL BUILDING 4
May 6, 1926 CANNERY RECEIVES TREATISE ON BROWN SCALE; LATEST FRUIT PEST 1
May 6, 1926 HERE THEY ARE (KIRKLAND SLOGAN CONTEST) 1
May 6, 1926 PLANS ARE DRAWN; CONTRACT IS LET FOR NEW THEATRE 1
May 6, 1926 CLEAN UP DRIVE IS NEARING END 1
May 6, 1926 SEWAGE PROBLEM AGAIN SERIOUS 1
May 6, 1926 SEWAGE PROBLEM AGAIN SERIOUS 1
May 6, 1926 DOG'S BARKING SAVES WOMAN 1
May 6, 1926 CONROY, MARTHA 7
May 6, 1926 BIG STILL IS RAIDED HERE 1
May 6, 1926 KIRKLAND FIFTH IN NUMBER OF AUTOS IN COUNTY 1
May 6, 1926 WILBURN & STONE GET GRADE CONTRACT 4
May 6, 1926 BREAK AT DAM CAUSES SHUT OFF SAT. 1
May 6, 1926 ERMA REESE, GEORGE JONES 1
May 6, 1926 L MARION BECHTEL, ROBERT B ADAMS 11
May 6, 1926 M CROCKER, D M GLASS 2
May 6, 1926 MARGARET OLSON, WILLIAM MEYERS HUNTINGTON 1
May 6, 1926 OLIVE PROVAN, J SAHLSTROM 7
May 13, 1926 SHORT CIRCUIT STARTS FIRE IN GARAGE TUES. 1
May 13, 1926 WORK STARTS ON THEATRE BLDG 1
May 13, 1926 WHITEHOUSE STARTS AUTO PAINT SHOP IN MASONIC BLDG 1
May 13, 1926 CANNERY READY TO TAKE CARE OF SEASON'S BUSINESS 1
May 13, 1926 BAD SMASHUP ON PICCADILLY ST 1
May 13, 1926 BURKE & FARRAR PUT UP SIGNS 1
May 13, 1926 SHORT CIRCUIT STARTS FIRE IN GARAGE TUES. 1
May 13, 1926 HUGE STILL IS RAIDED BY OFFICERS LOCATED NEAR JUANITA SCHOOL HOUSE 1
May 13, 1926 COCHRANE BEACH AND GROVE WAS OPENED TO PUBLIC ON WEDNESDAY 1
May 13, 1926 HUMANE SOCIETY TAKES ACTION IN LOCAL CASE (DOG POISONING) 1
May 13, 1926 ARNDT, GLORIA EULIE 5
May 13, 1926 JONES, ROBERT JR 7
May 13, 1926 MCCLUTHCHION, HOWARD 9
May 13, 1926 PALADEAUX, MRS JOHN 1
May 13, 1926 SMITH DISCUSSES AIM AND PURPOSE OF WALTONIANS 10
May 13, 1926 HUGE STILL IS RAIDED BY OFFICERS LOCATED NEAR JUANITA SCHOOL HOUSE 1
May 13, 1926 BURKE & FARRAR PUT UP SIGNS 1
May 13, 1926 COCHRANE BEACH AND GROVE WAS OPENED TO PUBLIC ON WEDNESDAY 1
May 13, 1926 STAGE NOW CONNECTS WITH 6:45 AM KIRKLAND FERRY 3
May 13, 1926 SEATTLE MEN TO BACK MATZEN WOOLEN MILL 1
May 20, 1926 COUPLE OBSERVE GOLEN WEDDING (GOINGES, MR AND MRS A L) 1
May 20, 1926 FORMER EDITOR LOST IN ALASKA (LYONS, JACK) 1
May 20, 1926 BLDG COMMITTEE DISCUSS FINANCE PLAN OF THEATRE 1
May 20, 1926 "THE GATEWAY TO SEATTLE" CHOSEN TOWN'S SLOGAN 1
May 20, 1926 "THE GATEWAY TO SEATTLE" CHOSEN TOWN'S SLOGAN 1
May 20, 1926 AUDITOR MAKES ANNUAL REPORT 1
May 20, 1926 S A MOORE SAYS INDICTMENT IS PURE FRAME UP 1
May 20, 1926 TEACHERS HOME IS ENTERED BY PROWLER TUESDAY EVE 7
May 20, 1926 SAND POINT FIELD IS THREATENED GAINES AVERS 10
May 20, 1926 COOK, RUSSELL W 6
May 20, 1926 GRIFFITHS, ALICE 7
May 20, 1926 S A MOORE SAYS INDICTMENT IS PURE FRAME UP 1
May 20, 1926 DAM NOW BEING REPAIRED; BASIN WILL BE SEALED 1
May 20, 1926 VETERAN WALKS TACOMA TO N.Y. (STOPS IN KIRKLAND) 1
May 27, 1926 KIRKLAND THEATRE BLDG, INC (TEN DOLLARS A SHARE) 4
May 27, 1926 FUND COMING IN FOR NEW THEATRE SAYS COMMITTEE 1
May 27, 1926 DATES SET FOR ANNUAL BELLEVUE BERRY FESTIVAL 1
May 27, 1926 LEGION TO HOLD SERVICES MAY 31 1
May 27, 1926 FURNITURE CO STARTS BUSINESS (BALLINGER MANUFACTURING) 1
May 27, 1926 L'ARC CHEMICAL CO PUTS GOODS IN SPOKANE STORES 1
May 27, 1926 BIG FERRY FINISHED BY LOCAL SHIPYARD (PHOTO OF CHIPPEWA) 1
May 27, 1926 WCTU WORKERS COME TO DEFENSE OF S A MOORE 1
May 27, 1926 PLAN OUTINGS AT CAMP PARSONS 1
May 27, 1926 LEGION TO HOLD SERVICES MAY 31 1
May 27, 1926 WCTU WORKERS COME TO DEFENSE OF S A MOORE 1
May 27, 1926 LEGION TO HOLD SERVICES MAY 31 1
June 3, 1926 ROOT WEEVIL MAKES APPEARANCE 1
June 3, 1926 NOLLAN WINS HIGH HONORS (NOLLAN, WILLIAM) 1
June 3, 1926 SWANSON LEAVES FOR ANNAPOLIS (SWANSON, ROBERT "LANKY") 1
June 3, 1926 KIRKLAND DRUG NOW HAS BAROMETER FOR PUBLIC USE 1
June 3, 1926 LAMARTY TO INSTALL FRUIT AND VEGETABLE MARKET 1
June 3, 1926 LENDING LIBRARY IS NEW VENTURE OF LOCAL FIRM (KIRKLAND ELECTRIC) 1
June 3, 1926 BOY IS KILLED IN AUTO WRECK ON ROSE HILL (SEALS, HAROLD) 1
June 3, 1926 FORTY-SIX TO GET DIPLOMAS THURS, JUNE 10 1
June 3, 1926 BELLEVUE READY FOR FESTIVAL 1
June 3, 1926 MOORE WINNER OF FIRST ROUND OF LEGAL BATTLE 1
June 3, 1926 LENDING LIBRARY IS NEW VENTURE OF LOCAL FIRM (KIRKLAND ELECTRIC) 1
June 3, 1926 SEALS, HAROLD 1
June 3, 1926 MOORE WINNER OF FIRST ROUND OF LEGAL BATTLE 1
June 3, 1926 VETS ONCE MORE HONOR COMRADES WHO HAVE GONE 1
June 10, 1926 FIRST AND LAST KHS GRADUATES (PATTY, MRS OLLIS AND ALICE) 1
June 10, 1926 LARSON BUYS INTEREST OF ROSS IN LAUNDRY 1
June 10, 1926 LARGEST CLASS GRADUATES FROM KIRKLAND HIGH 1
June 10, 1926 LAKE BEACHES NOW DECLARED TO BE SAFE 1
June 10, 1926 WATER SUPT ESTABLISHES RIGID SPRINKLING HOURS DURING SHORTAGE 1
June 10, 1926 NEW MEMBERS OF COUNCIL TAKE OFFICE MONDAY 1
June 10, 1926 TOWN ENGINEER RESIGNS OFFICE (HAMMOND, A E) 1
June 10, 1926 LAKE BEACHES NOW DECLARED TO BE SAFE 1
June 10, 1926 MOORE HAS DATE SET FOR TRIAL HEARING 1
June 10, 1926 LOCAL STUDENTS PLAN TO ENTER TRAINING CAMP 1
June 10, 1926 PARSONS, MARY 1
June 10, 1926 SEALS, HAROLD 1
June 10, 1926 BUSINESS WOMEN PICNIC HELD AT R H COLLINS HOME LAST FRIDAY 1
June 10, 1926 EAST SIDE GETS FEATURE STORY 1
June 10, 1926 MOORE HAS DATE SET FOR TRIAL HEARING 1
June 10, 1926 SMALL CHILDREN TO BE CARED FOR AT CHURCH SERVICE (COMMUNITY CHURCH) 1
June 10, 1926 LOIS MAXWELL, M R LESLIE 6
June 10, 1926 PHOEBE Z MILLER, REV A C WILSON 1
June 10, 1926 MATZEN MILL BOND ISSUE 75 PER CENT SOLD 1
June 17, 1926 NELL BARRY TAYLOR MAKES ANOTHER SCREEN SUCCESS 1
June 17, 1926 WORK TO START AT ONCE ON HIGH SCHOOL ADDITION 1
June 17, 1926 DEATH TEMPTER IS LOCAL VISITOR (FAUSSETT, AL) 1
June 17, 1926 NELL BARRY TAYLOR MAKES ANOTHER SCREEN SUCCESS 1
June 17, 1926 PLANNING COMMISSION TO BE APPOINTED SOON 1
June 17, 1926 MARSHAL FINDS STOLEN YAKIMA CAR MONDAY 1
June 17, 1926 NASH SEDAN OF A W BRAGG STOLEN SUNDAY NIGHT 1
June 17, 1926 THIEVES BREAK INTO H ANDRESEN HOME 1
June 17, 1926 LOCAL SCOUTS FIRE WARDENS 1
June 17, 1926 LETTERS AWARDED TO HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETES 1
June 17, 1926 BROTHER ISAIAH WIRES INTENTION OF COMING HERE 1
June 17, 1926 WATER PROMISED IN DAM BY FIRST OF NEXT WEEK 1
June 17, 1926 HELEN TAYLOR, EARL LYMAN 1
June 17, 1926 LOIS MAXWELL, M B LESLIE 1
June 17, 1926 VIRGINIA TURNER, V P DOUGHTERY 6
June 24, 1926 THEATRE TO BE THE "LAST WORD" 1
June 24, 1926 CLYDE MILLAR BADLY SHOCKED 1
June 24, 1926 PROMPT ACTION SAVES YOUNGSTER (MARTIN, GILBERT/THORSLUND, ERNEST) 1
June 24, 1926 TOWN COUNCIL PASSES EMERGENCY APPROPRIATION 1
June 24, 1926 5 CARS WRECKED IN SAME SPOT WITHIN TWENTY MINUTES (JUANITA BRIDGE 1
June 24, 1926 CURBSTONE COURT PROVES NEMESIS OF LOCAL JAYWALKERS LAST WEEK 1
June 24, 1926 DRUNKEN DRIVER HITS PASSING CARS; ARRESTED 1
June 24, 1926 MOORE TRIAL IS AGAIN POSTPONED 1
June 24, 1926 SMITH, ORISDA ETHEL 7
June 24, 1926 LEGION PICNIC AT WILDWOOD 1
June 24, 1926 DORIS CURTIS TO BE AT DESK IN JOURNAL OFFICE 1
June 24, 1926 OVERLAKE PLANS COMPLETE CLUBHOUSE IN NEAR FUTURE (PHOTO) 1
June 24, 1926 5 CARS WRECKED IN SAME SPOT WITHIN TWENTY MINUTES (JUANITA BRIDGE 1
June 24, 1926 5 CARS WRECKED IN SAME SPOT WITHIN TWENTY MINUTES (JUANITA BRIDGE 1
June 24, 1926 LAKE WASHINGTON BRIDGE APPROVED BY PRESIDENT 1
June 24, 1926 GLADYS A RHODES, FERN S MASON 1
June 24, 1926 EXPECT MILL TO START EARLY IN JULY, IS REPORT 1
July 1, 1926 JOHSENS GETS SCHOOL CONTRACT (PHOTO) 1
July 1, 1926 LEGION TO STAGE HUGE CARNIVAL HERE IN AUGUST 1
July 1, 1926 COUNCIL CALLS PUBLIC HEARING (ASSESSMENT ROLLS) 1
July 1, 1926 NEW ENGINEER TO INVESTIGATE WATER SYSTEM 1
July 1, 1926 LOCAL SHIP YARDS COMPLETE BEAUTIFUL MOTOR LAUNCH 1
July 1, 1926 PARKING LAWS TO BE ENFORCED EGBERT ADVISES 1
July 1, 1926 CADDEN, ISABELL 11
July 1, 1926 EVANS, ANNA 12
July 1, 1926 ABANDON PLANS FOR LIONS CLUB - LACK OF INTEREST 1
July 1, 1926 LEGION TO STAGE HUGE CARNIVAL HERE IN AUGUST 1
July 1, 1926 KIRKLAND TEAM WINS FROM JAPS 1
July 1, 1926 NEW ENGINEER TO INVESTIGATE WATER SYSTEM 1
July 1, 1926 BESSIE WARNICK, JACOB KAPER 7
July 1, 1926 GRACE A BROWN, FRED WITTENBORN 12
July 8, 1926 WEDDED FIFTY YEARS (RENCH, MR AND MRS E B) 1
July 8, 1926 MRS EISEN SELLS KIRKLAND DRYGOODS 1
July 8, 1926 NEW PHARMACIST AT KIRKLAND DRUG CO (WAGNESS, JOHN L) 1
July 8, 1926 RONCHETTI SELLS OUT HOUGHTON GROCERY 1
July 8, 1926 HELPS CANNERY OBTAIN WATER 1
July 8, 1926 LOCAL SHIPYARDS DAMAGED BY FIRE HAS CLOSE CALL 1
July 8, 1926 GOV HARTLEY WILL SPEAK AT SCHOOL JULY 14 1
July 8, 1926 RONCHETTI SELLS OUT HOUGHTON GROCERY 1
July 8, 1926 LOCAL SHIPYARDS DAMAGED BY FIRE HAS CLOSE CALL 1
July 8, 1926 FIRST THEY SMILED AT PARKING LAW; NOW IT IS SERIOUS BUSINESS 1
July 8, 1926 TITMUS, BILL 3
July 8, 1926 BROTHER ISAIAH ARRIVES FRIDAY 1
July 8, 1926 POWER CO OFFICE TO BE MOVED 15TH 1
July 8, 1926 WOOLEN MILLS BOND ISSUE IS OVERSUBSCRIBED 1
July 15, 1926 AGED HIKER ON 16000 MILE HIKE PASSES THROUGH KIRKLAND (CHAPMAN, W 1
July 15, 1926 LEGION CIRCUS TO HAVE VARIETY OF ATTRACTIONS 1
July 15, 1926 FOREST FIRE THREATENS TOWN GARBAGE DUMP 1
July 15, 1926 HARTLEY SPEAKS ON SCHOOL AND TIMBER ISSUES 1
July 15, 1926 COURT SUSTAINS PROPERTY OWNERS 1
July 15, 1926 DR DOBBS MOVES OFFICE TO RESIDENCE ON MARKET ST 1
July 15, 1926 BOYDEN, WILLIAM 1
July 15, 1926 STUART, JOHN 11
July 15, 1926 LEGION CIRCUS TO HAVE VARIETY OF ATTRACTIONS 1
July 15, 1926 LEGION OBTAINS WAR TROPHIES 1
July 15, 1926 CROWDS AT CAMP OF ISAIAH GROW LARGER DAILY 1
July 15, 1926 TWO MILES OF ROADS ACCEPTED 1
July 15, 1926 TOWN WILL ADD PUMP FACILITIES 1
July 15, 1926 LAURA GILBERT, GORDON PROVOST 1
July 22, 1926 PRIZED CATTLE ARE SENT TO JAPAN 1
July 22, 1926 REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF KIRKLAND 8
July 22, 1926 EARLY MORNING FIRE THREATENS FORD GARAGE 1
July 22, 1926 KIRKLAND NOW HAVING WEEKLY RADIO PROGRAM (THE KIRKLAND SERENADERS 1
July 22, 1926 YOUNGSTERS GET THRILLS GALORE OUT OF CIRCUS 1
July 22, 1926 EARLY MORNING FIRE THREATENS FORD GARAGE 1
July 22, 1926 GEO WEBB NOW FIRE PROWLER 1
July 22, 1926 COUNCIL REFUSES TO OK OXFORD (STREET IMPROVEMENT) 1
July 22, 1926 CHOSEN SEC'Y FOR FOURTH TIME (FORTESCUE, ERNEST) 1
July 22, 1926 COUNCIL REFUSES TO OK OXFORD (STREET IMPROVEMENT) 1
July 22, 1926 COUNTY TO START WORK ON ROAD TO SCOUT PARK (PHOTO OF WILLIAMS PT) 1
July 22, 1926 ENGINEER MAKES VERBAL REPORT ON WATER SYSTEM 1
July 29, 1926 WORK STARTED ON NEW TODD FEED BUILDING 1
July 29, 1926 FIXIT SHOP OPENS THIS WEEK ON KIRKLAND AVE 1
July 29, 1926 EAST SIDE FIRES UNDER CONTROL 1
July 29, 1926 M HILL ACCEPTS HARTLEY DEFI FOR LOCAL DEBATE 1
July 29, 1926 OXFORD ST MONEY AGAIN HELD UP 1
July 29, 1926 HOLD EXAM FOR HOUGHTON POSTMASTER 1
July 29, 1926 EVEN THE MAYOR NOT EXEMPT ON TRAFFIC SLIPS 1
July 29, 1926 CASE, NELLIE 1
July 29, 1926 KOLSTAD, ADA 1
July 29, 1926 MEACHAM, GEORGE F 11
July 29, 1926 HOLD EXAM FOR HOUGHTON POSTMASTER 1
July 29, 1926 ISAIAH DRAWS CROWD SUNDAY 1
July 29, 1926 OXFORD ST MONEY AGAIN HELD UP 1
July 29, 1926 COUNCIL LIFTS RESTRICTIONS ON USE OF WATER 1
July 29, 1926 ENGINEER MAKES COMPLETE REPORT ON WATER SYSTEM 1
August 6, 1926 $10000 ORGAN IN NEW THEATRE 1
August 6, 1926 BERKEY GARAGE BUYS KIRKLAND SERVICE STATION 1
August 6, 1926 FOUR CARS FOUND IN WATERY GRAVE AT NEWPORT DOCK 1
August 6, 1926 $10000 ORGAN IN NEW THEATRE 1
August 6, 1926 FIRE DESTROYS WALTON BARN 1
August 6, 1926 ROARING FURNACE THREATENS BONNYBROOK NURSERY THURS 1
August 6, 1926 MARSHALL EGBERT NOW HAS SUIT TO WEAR ON EVERY OCCASION 1
August 6, 1926 ROBERTSON'S CAR STOLEN, TIRES TAKEN OFF, LEFT 1
August 6, 1926 ANDERSON, MRS CHARLES 7
August 6, 1926 HODGSON, LOUISE 1
August 6, 1926 LOUNSBURY, CHARLES 11
August 6, 1926 USE ACCIDENT AS PROPAGANDA (GOV HARTLEY'S SON) 1
August 6, 1926 SHORTAGE CAUSES RETURN TO SHORT SPRINKLING HOURS 1
August 12, 1926 OLD TIMER HERE IS WEEK'S VISITOR (CORT, JOHN) 1
August 12, 1926 WM KESSELER BUYS NOWAK INTEREST IN LOTUS 1
August 12, 1926 BADLY INJURED AS ICE MACHINE HEAD BLOWS UP 1
August 12, 1926 TWO TEACHERS OF LOCAL HIGH RESIGN (MADISON, VIOLA & MILES, ALICE) 1
August 12, 1926 CLARK SAVIDGE HITS HARTLEY'S KIRKLAND TALK 1
August 12, 1926 NO LUCK AT ALL - WIRES CONTROL (RIGGED CARNIVAL CONTEST) 1
August 12, 1926 DILL, JOHN 11
August 19, 1926 HISTORIC ALASKAN FIGURE IS VISITOR; MAY SETTLE HERE (SMITH, JACK) 1
August 19, 1926 WILL ENLARGE FORD BUILDING 1
August 19, 1926 CAPITOL HILL PLUMBING SHOP IS STARTED HERE 1
August 19, 1926 COUNCIL SUBMITS ITS BUDGET FOR COMING YEAR 1
August 19, 1926 ESTIMATED BUDGET FOR 1927 - TOWN OF KIRKLAND 12
August 19, 1926 SAND POINT AIR BASE (PHOTO) 1
August 19, 1926 ROAD IS ISSUE OF CAMPAIGN (KIRKLAND-REDMOND) 1
August 19, 1926 ALENE JOHNSON, HARRY CARLSON 3
August 26, 1926 COUNCIL ACTION SAVES HOG FARM FOR EAST SIDE 1
August 26, 1926 FIRST OF THE LAKE SHORE HOUSES (PHOTO) 1
August 26, 1926 SMALL GIRL IS BADLY INJURED (PUTT, JUNE) 1
August 26, 1926 COUNCIL ACTION SAVES HOG FARM FOR EAST SIDE 1
August 26, 1926 BARNYARD GOLF PUTS KIRKLAND ON THE MAP; TWO WIN IN MEET 1
August 26, 1926 TOLL BRIDGES OVER LAKE LOOM AS POSSIBILITIES 1
August 26, 1926 ELIN ELIZABETH JOHNSON, HARRY CARLSON 3
September 2, 1926 VAN AALST SHIPS FIRST CARLOAD OF BULBS FROM WASHINGTON 1
September 2, 1926 MRS A B NEWELL ELECTED STATE HISTORIAN FOR AMERICAN LEGION 1
September 2, 1926 SCHOOL OPENS NEXT TUESDAY 1
September 2, 1926 LOTUS INSTALL NEW ELECTRIC WAFFLE IRON 1
September 2, 1926 SHIPYARD BUILDS CRUISER FOR FAMOUS AUTHOR (WHITE, STUART EDWARD) 1
September 2, 1926 KELLS, DR A O 1
September 2, 1926 PIERCE, KATE 11
September 2, 1926 BUSINESS MEN PLAN TO START LUNCHEON CLUB 1
September 2, 1926 4 BRIDGE PLANS BEFORE OFFICIALS 1
September 9, 1926 BONNELL NURSERY LEAVES KIRKLAND 1
September 9, 1926 EAST SIDE IS WELL REPRESENTED AT ANNUAL DAHLIA EXHIBITION 1
September 9, 1926 BONNELL NURSERY LEAVES KIRKLAND 1
September 9, 1926 NEW MANAGER FOR PAINT CO WILL INCREASE STOCK 1
September 9, 1926 MORE PUPILS AS SCHOOL OPENS 1
September 9, 1926 PORCUPINE APPLIES FOR ENTRANCE TO DRUG STORE, SAYS MARSHAL 1
September 9, 1926 PLANNING BOARD OUTLINES WORK 11
September 9, 1926 BAILEY, ALVIN 3
September 9, 1926 FOSTHOFF, HARRY H 1
September 9, 1926 NOYES, S G 1
September 9, 1926 LUNCHEON CLUB GETS UNDERWAY 1
September 9, 1926 BROWN-PHILLIPS DEBATE ISSUES 1
September 9, 1926 ELECTION FIGHTS WAXING WARMER; SETTLED TUESDAY 1
September 9, 1926 WHO'S WHO AMONG THE CANDIDATES (SPECIAL SUPPLEMENT) 4-Jan
September 9, 1926 ISAIAH'S OLD TENT MANAGER BROWN IS BACK ON JOB; HEALER STILL DRAW 1
September 9, 1926 FLYING FIELD KNOCKS BRIDGES 1
September 9, 1926 MURIEL NEWCOMB, EVERETT JOHN NELSON 13
September 9, 1926 SEATTLE SEEN AS AMERICA'S WOOL CENTER 6
September 9, 1926 WOOLEN MILL TO START OPERATION FRIDAY MORNING 1
September 16, 1926 FALL MEETINGS OF C OF C OPEN NEXT TUESDAY 1
September 16, 1926 EAST SIDE FAIR TO BE OCT 1-2-3 1
September 16, 1926 GRANGE FAIR GOES OVER BIG 1
September 16, 1926 COUNTRY VOTE WINS ELECTION FOR WM BROWN 1
September 16, 1926 EAST SIDE FAIR TO BE OCT 1-2-3 1
September 16, 1926 FARLEY, FRANK JOSEPH 7
September 16, 1926 SOUDERS, ROBERT R 11
September 16, 1926 WALTERS, HARRY 1
September 16, 1926 WEATHERBEE, LUCY MARIA 6
September 16, 1926 AMERICAN LEGION ELECTS OFFICERS 1
September 16, 1926 ISAIAH TO REMAIN SAYS COMMITTEE 1
September 16, 1926 N.B. STAGE HAS EASTWARD LINE 3
September 23, 1926 NOW HOLDING DANCE CLASS (CALDWELL, JEAN) 7
September 23, 1926 CHAMBER HONORS COM. WM BROWN AT MEETING TUES. 1
September 23, 1926 EAST SIDE FAIR TO BE BIGGER 1
September 23, 1926 COUNCIL PLANS PARKING CHANGE 1
September 23, 1926 NEWELL HITS AT COUNTY HOSPITAL 1
September 23, 1926 BRIGHT FUTURE FOR SMALL PLANT (ANDREWS CAPITOL HILL RANCH) 1
September 23, 1926 MARSHAL USES GUN ON NIGHT MARAUDERS SUN. 1
September 23, 1926 AMES, LOIS 11
September 23, 1926 PROVOST, IDA MAY 1
September 23, 1926 LEGION TO INSTALL OFFICERS TUESDAY (PHOTO OF J B REESE) 1
September 23, 1926 KIRKLAND GETS INTERNATIONAL PUBLICITY FROM CAMP OF ISAIAH 1
September 23, 1926 HOW THE NORTH DISTRICTS VOTED 6
September 23, 1926 COUNCIL PLANS PARKING CHANGE 1
September 23, 1926 EVELYN GRUMMETT, ROBERT BOSTWICK 11
September 23, 1926 MARKS RESIGNS AS MILL SUPT. 1
September 30, 1926 EAST SIDE FAIR OPENS GATES TO PUBLIC TODAY 1
September 30, 1926 OBSERVE FIRE PROTECTION WEEK 1
September 30, 1926 TOWN FATHERS TALK FINANCE AT MEETING MON. 1
September 30, 1926 INSPECT KING COUNTY HOME 1
September 30, 1926 EAST SIDE FAIR OPENS GATES TO PUBLIC TODAY 1
September 30, 1926 BAXTER, WYNNE DALLET 6
September 30, 1926 LOUCKS, REV DAVID C 11
September 30, 1926 WHITE, CAROLINE SOPHIA 7
September 30, 1926 LIONS DEN IS FORMED HERE 1
September 30, 1926 SOCCER SEASON OPENS NEXT SUN. 1
September 30, 1926 ISAIAH TO REMAIN HERE UNTIL OCTOBER 10TH 1
September 30, 1926 BRIDGE BUILDER DISCUSSES PLANS 1
September 30, 1926 EMINENT DOMAIN TO ASSESS DIST. 1
September 30, 1926 BERTHA MOORE, MILTON DRAPER 3
September 30, 1926 GRACE BELL MATZEK, ALVIN L GREGG (HEADLINE SAYS GREE) 6
September 30, 1926 MARY WORRELL, BERTON DANLEY 1
September 30, 1926 MILDRED CLARISA BROOKS, BERT A ISAKSON 1
October 7, 1926 NEW GATEWAY SIGN NOW READY FOR OPERATION 1
October 7, 1926 TODD TO CELEBRATE NEW BUILDING WITH DANCE 1
October 7, 1926 FAIR IS SUCCESS DESPITE WEATHER 1
October 7, 1926 COUNCIL PASSES HIGHEST BUDGET; 18 MILL LEVY 1
October 7, 1926 EGBERT CHASES AUTO THIEVES 1
October 7, 1926 HUSBAND ASKS DEATH INQUIRY (PROVOST, FRANK) 1
October 7, 1926 COLEMAN, SILAS F 7
October 7, 1926 BUSINESS MEN FORM OFFICIAL LIONS DEN TUES. 1
October 7, 1926 BROTHER ISAIAH HOLDS LAST MEETING SUNDAY; WILL GO BACK TO FLORIDA 1
October 7, 1926 BERNICE FEROE, VERNE PARKHURST 12
October 7, 1926 RUTH FAULKNER, KEITH LORD 9
October 14, 1926 KIRKLAND MOTOR COMPANY TO HAVE GAS MILEAGE CONTEST SUN OCT 16 1
October 14, 1926 THEATRE CO WILL SELL MORE STOCK 1
October 14, 1926 CHAMBER TO HEAR OF BRIDGE PLAN 1
October 14, 1926 WHOLE TOWN TURNS OUT FOR TODD DANCE 1
October 14, 1926 HOUSE CATCHES FIRE WHILE FAMILY SLEEPS (FOSTER, W L) 1
October 14, 1926 CLYMER, HARRY 6
October 14, 1926 MARTINDALE, E C 1
October 14, 1926 LIONS HOLD CHARTER NIGHT, WED, OCTOBER 27 1
October 14, 1926 CHAMBER TO HEAR OF BRIDGE PLAN 1
October 14, 1926 LEOTA DAWS, FRANK TROTMAN 7
October 21, 1926 READERS PROVE POOR DETECTIVES (NOW/THEN OF CHARLES FAWCETT) 1
October 21, 1926 BOWLING ALLEY IS OPENED HERE 1
October 21, 1926 J C MILLAR IS WINNER OF GAS MILEAGE PRIZE 1
October 21, 1926 NANCE BALDWIN MOVES DRESS SHOP TO JUANITA 1
October 21, 1926 CHAMBER HEARS BRIDGE PLANS IN DETAIL TUES 1
October 21, 1926 COUNCIL ENTERS AGREEMENT FOR CARE OF STREETS 1
October 21, 1926 COUNCIL PASSES OXFORD ROLL 1
October 21, 1926 MARSHAL TO HAVE HALLOWEEN AID 1
October 21, 1926 NANCE BALDWIN MOVES DRESS SHOP TO JUANITA 1
October 21, 1926 NEW RURAL ROUTE SERVICE FOR JUANITA POINT FOLKS 1
October 21, 1926 MARSHAL TO HAVE HALLOWEEN AID 1
October 21, 1926 RAYMER, CAROLINE 11
October 21, 1926 SHIACH, DAVID O 11
October 21, 1926 LIONS ROAR FOR BIG CHARTER NIGHT NEXT WEDNESDAY 1
October 21, 1926 NEW RURAL ROUTE SERVICE FOR JUANITA POINT FOLKS 1
October 21, 1926 HARDWARE AD BRINGS ALASKA ORDER 1
October 21, 1926 BOWLING ALLEY IS OPENED HERE 1
October 21, 1926 CHAMBER HEARS BRIDGE PLANS IN DETAIL TUES 1
October 21, 1926 COUNCIL ENTERS AGREEMENT FOR CARE OF STREETS 1
October 21, 1926 COUNCIL PASSES OXFORD ROLL 1
October 21, 1926 RESIDENTS DOUBT FEASIBILITY OF PONTOON BRIDGE 11
October 28, 1926 KIRKLAND MOTOR HOLDS OPEN HOUSE 1
October 28, 1926 MILDRED ALICE MCFARLAND, ROBERT LEE BAKER 1
October 28, 1926 MAYOR APPOINTS WATER COMMITTEE 1
October 28, 1926 PRANKSTERS ARE GIVEN WARNING 1
October 28, 1926 PRANKSTERS ARE GIVEN WARNING 1
October 28, 1926 SORENSON, CARL 6
October 28, 1926 SCOUTS TO HAVE NEW QUARTERS 1
October 28, 1926 225 WITNESS PRESENTATION OF LIONS CHARTER 1
October 28, 1926 WHO'S WHO AMONG THE CANDIDATES (SPECIAL PULLOUT SECTION) 4-Jan
October 28, 1926 ROSE HILL CLUB HAS RECORD MEET 1
October 28, 1926 MONTELL BRIDGE PROJECT WOULD CONNECT ISLAND 11
November 4, 1926 EDWARDS BUYS PAINT CO STORE 1
November 4, 1926 ETZLER TO BUILD SERVICE STATION 1
November 4, 1926 KESSLER BUYS LEED INTEREST IN LOTUS CAFE 1
November 4, 1926 E E WILLIAMS GOVES UP JOB AS FIRE CHIEF 1
November 4, 1926 KIRKLAND VOTES WITH WINNERS; LOSES GAINES 1
November 4, 1926 LITTLE DAMAGE ON HALLOWEEN 1
November 4, 1926 GIRL MISSING SINCE SATURDAY (WHITEHALL, LETITIA) 1
November 4, 1926 WHO WILL BURY THE HORSE IS QUERY AND MARSHAL MUST DECIDE ISSUE 1
November 4, 1926 AHLIN, MARGARET 6
November 4, 1926 ALLEN, DOROTHY 11
November 4, 1926 HADSON, MRS A A 7
November 4, 1926 HUESTON, ISAAC F 11
November 4, 1926 KILMER, MARY M 7
November 4, 1926 LEWIS, CHARLES ISHAM 7
November 4, 1926 SHUE, JOHN R 11
November 4, 1926 BURKE AND FARRAR OPENS NEW STREET THIS WEEK 1
November 4, 1926 JEAN MOREHOUSE, CUSTER FLETCHER 11
November 4, 1926 LOIS GERTRUDE SHORT, CLARENCE STITHAM 11
November 4, 1926 MILDRED ALICE MCFARLAND, ROBERT LEE BAKER 1
November 11, 1926 ISLAND BELLES MAKE SHOWING (PHOTO OF HENNIG VINEYARD) 1
November 11, 1926 GYM NEAR COMPLETION 5
November 11, 1926 BUSINESS DIST. INCLUDED IN REASSESSMENT 1
November 11, 1926 BOATS BURN IN MIDNIGHT FIRE AT SHIPYARD 1
November 11, 1926 LANTERN UPSETS CAUSING EXPLOSION AND FIRE THURS. (MELLON, FRED) 1
November 11, 1926 ARMISTICE DAY (LIST OF VETERANS) 1
November 11, 1926 BOATS BURN IN MIDNIGHT FIRE AT SHIPYARD 1
November 11, 1926 MISSING GIRL NOT YET FOUND (WHITEHALL, LETITIA) 1
November 11, 1926 EYE SPECIALIST SPENDS ONE DAY A WEEK HERE 1
November 11, 1926 ELDRIDGE, ROBERT 1
November 11, 1926 START HI-Y CLUB IN THIS DISTRICT 1
November 11, 1926 AIR PROGRAM TO BE HELD OVER KIRKLAND 1
November 11, 1926 BUSINESS DIST. INCLUDED IN REASSESSMENT 1
November 11, 1926 ARMISTICE DAY (LIST OF VETERANS) 1
November 18, 1926 PINES FLORAL CO WINS SIX PRIZES 1
November 18, 1926 NEW THEATRE GRAND OPENING ON NOV 23RD 1
November 18, 1926 NEW THEATRE GRAND OPENING ON NOV 23RD 1
November 18, 1926 JOHSENS HEADS CHAMBER BODY COMING YEAR 1
November 18, 1926 BOSWORTH & CLANCY START MEAT FACTORY HERE 1
November 18, 1926 FOLLOW DEATH TRAIL CLUE TO LOCAL RUMOR (WHITEHALL, LETITIA) 3
November 18, 1926 SLEUTHS TRACE MURDER CLUES IN KIRKLAND (WHITEHALL, LETITIA) 1
November 18, 1926 LIONS SEND NOVEL INVITE TO PRESIDENT COOLIDGE 1
November 18, 1926 OWNERS MUST REPAIR WALKS 1
November 18, 1926 WILL DISCUSS ESTIMATE MON. 1
November 18, 1926 LORA MARIE PROFITT, MAX ELMER LOONEY 3
November 25, 1926 JOHN PAULY PIONEERS SHOW BUSINESS ON EAST SIDE (IN PULLOUT SECTION) 2
November 25, 1926 CROWD THRILLED AS NEW THEATRE OPENS ITS DOORS 1
November 25, 1926 NEW GATEWAY THEATRE PLEASES (SPECIAL PULL-OUT SECTION) 4-Jan
November 25, 1926 WILL DEDICATE SCHOOL ADDITION 1
November 25, 1926 JUDGE MAKES STATEMENT IN WHITEHALL CASE 1
November 25, 1926 MORE ARRESTS LOOM TODAY IN MURDER CASE (WHITEHALL, LETITIA) 1
November 25, 1926 REWARD PETITION IS STARTED (WHITEHALL, LETITIA) 1
November 25, 1926 DAVIS, DAVID R 4
November 25, 1926 DICKINSON, SARAH AMANDA 5
November 25, 1926 DODDS, G F 3
November 25, 1926 LOHMER, EDITH 1
November 25, 1926 KAZUI HIROTAKA, TONY MATSNOKA 11
November 25, 1926 RUTH LEE, CLIFFORD SEARL 11
December 2, 1926 REV J R MCGEE TO BE SPEAKER AT SCHOOL SERVICES 1
December 2, 1926 SERVICE STATION IS OPENED AT JUANITA 1
December 2, 1926 LET'S KEEP OUR HEADS (WHITEHALL MURDER) 1
December 2, 1926 KAY-TEX ROBES LATEST EAST SIDE PRODUCT 1
December 2, 1926 SERVICE STATION IS OPENED AT JUANITA 1
December 2, 1926 KNAUF HOME ENTERED AND ROBBED THANKSGIVING 1
December 2, 1926 REWARD REACHES $600 MARK (WHITEHALL MURDER) 1
December 2, 1926 THEORY EXPLODES - SUSPECT MAKES HIS APPEARANCE (WHITEHALL MURDER) 1
December 2, 1926 DODD, GEORGE FREDERICK 3
December 2, 1926 LOVEJOY, DELAVIN 3
December 2, 1926 WHITEHALL, LETITIA 1
December 2, 1926 CARS COLLIDE ON JUANITA BRIDGE 1
December 2, 1926 WIND WRECKS POWER LINES 1
December 2, 1926 LORA MARIE PROFITT, MAX ELMER LOONEY 3
December 9, 1926 FIRE DESTROYS ERICKSON STORE 9
December 9, 1926 SCHOOL ADDITION IS FORMALLY DEDICATED (PHOTO) 1
December 9, 1926 BUYS RESTAURANT TAKES RECEIPTS AND DISAPPEARS (LOTUS CAFE) 1
December 9, 1926 COLUMBIA TAKES OVER NEW YARD 1
December 9, 1926 TIMES FEATURES LOCAL CHAMBER 1
December 9, 1926 FIRE DESTROYS ERICKSON STORE 9
December 9, 1926 STREETS TO HAVE HOLIDAY ATTIRE 1
December 9, 1926 BUYS RESTAURANT TAKES RECEIPTS AND DISAPPEARS (LOTUS CAFE) 1
December 9, 1926 NEED BUT $200 TO REACH GOAL (REWARD IN WHITEHALL MURDER) 1
December 9, 1926 PROSECUTOR AND INVESTIGATORS WORK ON QUIET (WHITEHALL MURDER) 1
December 9, 1926 OLESON, ERIC 12
December 9, 1926 TRUEBLOOD, MRS B T 1
December 9, 1926 NEW HOME FOR JOURNAL OFFICE 8
December 9, 1926 TIMES FEATURES LOCAL CHAMBER 1
December 9, 1926 SAND POINT ROAD CERTAIN 9
December 16, 1926 BERRIES IN DECEMBER BRINGS EVIDENCE 1
December 16, 1926 FIRE THREATENS TO DESTROY TORY HOME 1
December 16, 1926 CARR TO OPEN STORE TUESDAY (CARR'S CONFECTIONERY) 1
December 16, 1926 PROSECUTOR COLVIN TO BE SPEAKER AT CHAMBER MEET 1
December 16, 1926 RELIEF DRIVE IS POSTPONED 1
December 16, 1926 MINSTREL SHOW IS BIG EVENT 1
December 16, 1926 BOTHELL OFFICIALS THANK FIRE DEPT 1
December 16, 1926 FIRE THREATENS TO DESTROY TORY HOME 1
December 16, 1926 SANTA WILL BE AT LIONS CLUB TUESDAY; EXPECT ALL MEMBERS 1
December 16, 1926 STREETS MAKE GOOD SHOWING 1
December 16, 1926 TALES OF HEROIC ADVENTURES OF SEATTLE CHRISTMAS SHOPPER 1
December 16, 1926 BOTHELL LADY TAKES LIFE AT MURDER SCENE 1
December 16, 1926 HUGHES, ELIZABETH 1
December 16, 1926 SANTA WILL BE AT LIONS CLUB TUESDAY; EXPECT ALL MEMBERS 1
December 16, 1926 PRESS GROUP PLANS MEETING HERE IN JAN. 1
December 23, 1926 OBED PATTY OPENS ARCHERS GALLERY IN EVERETT 3
December 23, 1926 COLVIN SPEECH GRIPS AUDIENCE 3
December 23, 1926 WHAT GREATER PUNISHMENT? (WHITEHALL MURDER) 3
December 23, 1926 COMMITTEE FINDS FEW DESTITUTE 3
December 23, 1926 ROSE HILL MINSTREL MAKES HIT WITH CROWD 3
December 23, 1926 COUNCIL PLANS LICENSES FOR BILLIARDS ROOMS 3
December 23, 1926 BOYS BUILD OWN CHRISTMAS GIFT (REGINALD CLEGG, EARNEST BERG) 3
December 23, 1926 JUDGE SUSPENDS BOYS SENTENCE 3
December 23, 1926 JURY PASSES UP MURDER INVESTIGATION (WHITEHALL, LETITIA) 3
December 23, 1926 MUHLENAN, HENRY 6
December 23, 1926 PARSHALL, SETH 12
December 23, 1926 TODD, MRS R H 7
December 23, 1926 ATHLETIC CLUB IS FORMED HERE BY YOUNG MEN (KIRKLAND ATHLETIC CLUB 3
December 23, 1926 ROSE HILL MINSTREL MAKES HIT WITH CROWD 3
December 30, 1926 LOCAL GIRL IN SEATTLE PLAY (JOHNSON, MARJORIE) 1
December 30, 1926 NEW HOME OF JOURNAL OFFICE (BURKE & FARRAR BUILDING) 1
December 30, 1926 HAIG OPENS BARBER SHOP IN NEW GATEWAY HOTEL 1
December 30, 1926 MISS GRAY CHARMS WITH NEW KIMBALL ORGAN (GATEWAY THEATRE) 1
December 30, 1926 GATEWAY HOTEL GETS COMPLETE OVERHAULING 1
December 30, 1926 BUYER OF CAFE AGAIN MAKES HIS APPEARANCE (LOTUS CAFE) 1
December 30, 1926 NEW ACTIVITY APPARENT IN MURDER CASE (WHITEHALL, LETITIA) 1
December 30, 1926 CONRAD, KATHRYN ELIZABETH 1
December 30, 1926 CURTIS, W G 1
December 30, 1926 KILLEEN, MICHEAL 1
December 30, 1926 MUHLEMAN, HENRY 8
December 30, 1926 NEW HOME OF JOURNAL OFFICE (BURKE & FARRAR BUILDING) 1
January 6, 1927 FARRAR RETURNS FROM SOUTH TO BUILD RABBITRY 1
January 6, 1927 SMALL GIRL IS VICTIM OF SPARK FROM FIREPLACE (HASLETT, ELIZABETH) 1
January 6, 1927 NIGHT SCHOOL CLASSES HAVE NOW OPENED AT KIRKLAND HIGH SCHOOL 1
January 6, 1927 FATHER AND SON BANQUET TO BE HELD JAN 26 1
January 6, 1927 WHITEHALL CASE TAKES NEW TURN - MAY BE SOLVED 1
January 6, 1927 WOULD STOP USE OF AUTOMATICS (GUNS) 1
January 6, 1927 ERVEN, L C 1
January 6, 1927 HASLETT, ELIZABETH JUNE 1
January 6, 1927 HINES, LUCY 10
January 6, 1927 MARTIN, JEANETTE 7
January 6, 1927 PORTER, MILDRED C 1
January 6, 1927 SMITH, MARGARET 1
January 6, 1927 STORY, MARY DOROTHY 3
January 6, 1927 TRUEBLOOD, DR BARCLAY T 1
January 6, 1927 SHERBROOKE IS NEW LODGE HEAD 1
January 6, 1927 STORMS PLAY HAVOC WITH LEGION BOAT 1
January 6, 1927 POSTAL RECEIPTS SHOW SMALL GAIN FOR 1926 1
January 6, 1927 STATE AID ROAD FILL TO BE PAVED; COUNTY CREWS ARE NOW WORKING 1
January 6, 1927 STORMS PLAY HAVOC WITH LEGION BOAT 1
January 6, 1927 MILDRED SITES, HAROLD KINDRED 2
January 13, 1927 REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF KIRKLAND 4
January 13, 1927 K P LODGE BUYS NEW BUILDING 1
January 13, 1927 ERVEN'S STOCK IS TO BE SOLD 1
January 13, 1927 PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER NOW LOCATED IN JOURNAL OFFICE 1
January 13, 1927 PARDEE TO TALK AT CHAMBER MEET TUESDAY NIGHT 1
January 13, 1927 NIGHT SCHOOL ORGANIZED WITH THREE SUBJECTS AS STARTER 1
January 13, 1927 BROWN PLAYING LONE HAND IN COUNTY OFFICE 1
January 13, 1927 BANNICK WILL TAKE UP MURDER CASE AT ONCE (WHITEHALL) 1
January 13, 1927 EAST SIDE HAS SHERIFF'S AIDE 1
January 13, 1927 FOWLER, MADGE TOMASON 11
January 13, 1927 HINE, LUCY JANE 11
January 13, 1927 KEEPS WORD ON GARBAGE WORK (VON CARNOP, THOS E) 1
January 20, 1927 MODERN RABBITRY STIRS INTEREST AMONG BREEDERS 1
January 20, 1927 BAD WRECK ON JUANITA BRIDGE 1
January 20, 1927 NEW OFFICERS OF CHAMBER CONDUCT FIRST MEETING (PHOTOS) 1
January 20, 1927 WILLIAMS, ZOE HUTCHESON 7
January 20, 1927 HEARING CALLED ON STATE ROAD REASSESSMENT 1
January 27, 1927 LOCAL DENTIST SOON TO ENTER LARGER FIELD (ROBINSON, DR F C) 1
January 27, 1927 GIVE THE MAN A CHANCE (DR DOBBS - WHITEHALL MURDER) 10
January 27, 1927 U W GLEE CLUB PLAY AT JUANITA 1
January 27, 1927 BIG LEASE IS COMPLETED ON JUANITA POINT 1
January 27, 1927 U W GLEE CLUB PLAY AT JUANITA 1
January 27, 1927 BIG LEASE IS COMPLETED ON JUANITA POINT 1
January 27, 1927 WIFE MAINTAINS INNOCENCE OF ACCUSED DOCTOR (WHITEHALL - DOBBS) 1
January 27, 1927 MRS DOBBS ARRANGES TO CARRY ON HER HUSBAND'S DENTAL PRACTICE 1
January 27, 1927 RABBIT MEN TO ORGANIZE 1
January 27, 1927 NEWSPAPER MEN WILL ASSEMBLE HERE SAT NIGHT 1
January 27, 1927 SEATTLE PAPER QUOTES EDITORIAL FROM EAST SIDE JOURNAL SATURDAY 1
January 27, 1927 BIG LEASE IS COMPLETED ON JUANITA POINT 1
February 3, 1927 SHINSTROM NOW CASHIER OF KIRKLAND BANK 3
February 3, 1927 TOWN IS VILLAGE AS BANK STARTS 1
February 3, 1927 WETER & ROBERTS PURCHASE LOCAL BANK INTERESTS 1
February 3, 1927 MEHLBERG BLDG NOW UNDER WAY 1
February 3, 1927 TIME SHOP TO SUCCEED ERVEN 1
February 3, 1927 PROGRAM COMPLETE FOR U OF W GLEE CLUB AT JUANITA HALL FEB 18 1
February 3, 1927 TOWN IS VILLAGE AS BANK STARTS 1
February 3, 1927 PROGRAM COMPLETE FOR U OF W GLEE CLUB AT JUANITA HALL FEB 18 1
February 3, 1927 DOBBS HEARING IS HELD UP FOR TWO MORE WEEKS (WHITEHALL) 1
February 3, 1927 DR RAYMOND TAKES OVER PRACTICE OF DR ROBINSON 1
February 3, 1927 HODGES, LLOYD 11
February 3, 1927 MCINTOSH, SUZANNE 6
February 3, 1927 SCHUSTER, MARY LUCINDA 1
February 3, 1927 WOOLEN MILL SALE RUMORS ARE DENIED 1
February 10, 1927 FAMILY REUNION AT BLAKE HOME TEMPORARILY ENDED THIS WEEK 1
February 10, 1927 QUALITY MILLS STARTS WORK ON NEW BLDG 1
February 10, 1927 BURKE & FARRAR DEVELOPS NEW LAKE TRACTS 1
February 10, 1927 LOTUS CAFE TO HAVE REOPENING FEB 16-17 1
February 10, 1927 F M ROBERTS TO BE SPEAKER AT CHAMBER MEET 1
February 10, 1927 AUXILIARY MAKES RED CROSS DRIVE 1
February 10, 1927 BURKE & FARRAR DEVELOPS NEW LAKE TRACTS 1
February 10, 1927 IS DR DOBBS THE GOAT? (WHITEHALL) 10
February 10, 1927 WASH. GLEE CLUB TICKETS GO FAST 1
February 10, 1927 CHARGES FLY IN DOBBS CASE; TRIED IN NEWSPAPERS (WHITEHALL) 1
February 10, 1927 MARSHAL SEARCHES FOR BAD CHECK PASSER WED. 1
February 10, 1927 SCOUTS OBSERVE 17 ANNIVERSARY 1
February 10, 1927 MAY HAVE TWO TICKETS IN FIELD IN COUNCIL RACE 1
February 10, 1927 OLIVE LYDIA ADAMS, FRANK LONGFIELD BISSELL 11
February 17, 1927 PENNEY NOW VICE PRES. OF BANK 1
February 17, 1927 IS OLD ALASKA MARKET DEALER (KLENERT, W W) 1
February 17, 1927 RED CROSS CALL IS GOING OVER 1
February 17, 1927 ELKS PRESENT FLAG TO SCHOOL (JUANITA SCHOOL) 1
February 17, 1927 VENTRILOQUIST AT GATEWAY (PROF MAYER) 1
February 17, 1927 ELKS PRESENT FLAG TO SCHOOL (JUANITA SCHOOL) 1
February 17, 1927 FIGHT FOR DOBBS FOLLOWING HIS REARREST WED. 1
February 17, 1927 ELKS PRESENT FLAG TO SCHOOL (JUANITA SCHOOL) 1
February 17, 1927 SIX ARE FILED FOR OFFICE OF TOWN COUNCIL 1
February 17, 1927 RECEIVER NOW IN CHARGE OF MATZEN MILLS 1
February 24, 1927 ARE HONORED ON GOLDEN WEDDING (CRAGIN, MR AND MRS C L) 11
February 24, 1927 BOARD MAKES REPAIRS ON GRADE SCHOOL BLDG 1
February 24, 1927 FLAG CEREMONY IS IMPRESSIVE (JUANITA SCHOOL) 1
February 24, 1927 LIQUOR CAUSES BAD ACCIDENT 1
February 24, 1927 BOARD UNIFIES GRADE AND HIGH SCHOOL SYSTEM 1
February 24, 1927 GLEE CLUB GETS FULL HOUSE FRI. 1
February 24, 1927 OBSERVANCE OF WASHINGTON WEEK HAS BROUGHT RESPONSE 1
February 24, 1927 TOWN COUNCIL HAS LIVELIEST SESSION MON. 1
February 24, 1927 FLAG CEREMONY IS IMPRESSIVE (JUANITA SCHOOL) 1
February 24, 1927 DOBBS CONFIDENT AS BAIL GRANTED (WHITEHALL) 1
February 24, 1927 SHORLE, ANN 11
February 24, 1927 LIONS' PARTY IS SEASON'S EVENT 1
March 3, 1927 IS HONORED ON 74TH BIRTHDAY (COLLINS, R H) 1
March 3, 1927 JUANITA LADY IS KILLED IN AUTO ACCIDENT 1
March 3, 1927 MASS MEETING OPPOSES CHANGE (SCHOOL CONSOLIDATION) 1
March 3, 1927 SENIORS READY FOR ANNUAL PLAY 1
March 3, 1927 SENIORS READY FOR ANNUAL PLAY 1
March 3, 1927 NEW HOTEL TO OPEN SUNDAY (GATEWAY APARTMENT HOTEL) 7
March 3, 1927 BREAK INTO GARAGE AND STEAL AUTO OF P JOCHUN 1
March 3, 1927 LOCAL MAN IS MISSING SINCE LAST THURSDAY (MEHLBERG, OTTO) 1
March 3, 1927 THIEVES BREAK INTO HAYES STORE ON HIGHWAY SAT. 1
March 3, 1927 SAND POINT GETS FUNDS 1
March 3, 1927 BLAU, LOUIS 1
March 3, 1927 STOOR, MRS 1
March 3, 1927 YMCA OUTLINES WORK FOR DISTRICT 1
March 3, 1927 ELECTION QUIET; L JOHSENS OUT 1
March 3, 1927 PROPOSAL MADE TO PUT WATER MAIN ON BOLD ST 1
March 3, 1927 PROPOSAL MADE TO PUT WATER MAIN ON BOLD ST 1
March 3, 1927 NEW INTERESTS PLAN PURCHASE OF WOOLEN MILL 1
March 10, 1927 WOMEN IN CHARGE OF CHAMBER MEET 1
March 10, 1927 LON ALLEN WINS SCHOOL ELECTION BY BIG MARGIN 1
March 10, 1927 DOBBS CASE SET FOR APRIL 11TH (WHITEHALL) 1
March 10, 1927 FINE BURNER OF AUTOMOBILE 1
March 10, 1927 GOVT CASE AGAINST MOORE IS STRICKEN FROM COURT CALENDAR 1
March 10, 1927 MISSING MAN'S BODY IS FOUND IN LAKE WASHINGTON (MEHLBERG, OTTO) 1
March 10, 1927 RECKLESS DRIVING CASE SET OVER FOR TWO WEEKS 1
March 10, 1927 "OLD JIM" DIES MONDAY EVE; OLDEST OF TRIBE (GRAHAM, JIM) 4
March 10, 1927 GRAHAM, JIM "OLD JIM" 4
March 10, 1927 JOHNSON, CLIFFORD 11
March 10, 1927 MEHLBERG, OTTO 1
March 10, 1927 MILNE, MARSHALL 7
March 10, 1927 MRS NEIGHBOR HEADS WOMAN'S CLUB NEXT YEAR 1
March 10, 1927 MATZEN MILL CASE HELD UP FOR ONE WEEK 1
March 17, 1927 BUSINESS WOMEN HAVE CHARGE OF CHAMBER MEET 1
March 17, 1927 OVER 100 GO TO OLYMPIA THURS. 1
March 17, 1927 SENIOR PLAY DRAWS TWO FULL HOUSES; PARTS ARE WELL PLAYED 1
March 17, 1927 SENIOR PLAY DRAWS TWO FULL HOUSES; PARTS ARE WELL PLAYED 1
March 17, 1927 LITTLE PEACE AT PEACE MEETING IN SNOQUALMIE 1
March 17, 1927 DOBBS FORCES FILING WITH CLERK OF TESTIMONY AT CORONER'S INQUEST 1
March 17, 1927 MCKINNON, CLAUDE 1
March 17, 1927 WHITE, MINNIE RAY 1
March 17, 1927 BUSINESS WOMEN HAVE CHARGE OF CHAMBER MEET 1
March 17, 1927 BOTHELL TEAM IS STATE CHAMP (BASKETBALL) 1
March 17, 1927 FERRY NOT UNDER PUBLIC SERVICE 1
March 17, 1927 EAST SIDE GETS FAIR SHARE OF APPROPRIATIONS 1
March 17, 1927 TO ADVERTISE MATZEN MILL 1
March 24, 1927 HONORED ON EIGHTY-SIXTH BIRTHDAY (RECOR, GEORGE D) 9
March 24, 1927 REPORT SHOWS IMPROVEMENT IN SCHOOL AFFAIRS 1
March 24, 1927 BOOSTER PUMP IS TO BE INSTALLED BY TOWN COUNCIL 1
March 24, 1927 DEPUTIES NEARLY MAKE ERROR WHEN THEY PLAN RAID ON STILL 1
March 24, 1927 MRS MARTIN IS FINED $50 AND COSTS FOR ACCIDENT (CAR WRECK) 1
March 24, 1927 HASKINS, MARIAN LILLIAN 1
March 24, 1927 PRICE, FRANK N 9
March 24, 1927 FIRST BIRTHDAY FOR B & P CLUB 1
March 24, 1927 STATE LETTER CARRIERS MEET AT FORTESCUE HOME 1
March 24, 1927 DEPUTIES NEARLY MAKE ERROR WHEN THEY PLAN RAID ON STILL 1
March 24, 1927 LOCAL ROAD FUNDS LEFT INTACT; VETO SLASHES DO NOT STRIKE THE EAST 1
March 24, 1927 BOOSTER PUMP IS TO BE INSTALLED BY TOWN COUNCIL 1
March 24, 1927 MILL PROSPECTS LOOK BRIGHTER AS BOND HOLDERS MEET TUES. 1
March 31, 1927 REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF KIRKLAND 5
March 31, 1927 LARIMORE GOES TO EVERETT WED. (STANDARD OIL) 1
March 31, 1927 REX DRUG INSTALLS NEW ELECTRIC SODA FOUNTAIN 1
March 31, 1927 LOCAL CANNERY HAS NEW SUPERINTENDENT (NEWTON, J R) 1
March 31, 1927 JUANITA POINT TRACTS OPEN 1
March 31, 1927 DORIS CURTIS, LEONARD MORGAN 6
March 31, 1927 CHURCH PLAY IS CLEVERLY GIVEN - WELL RECEIVED 1
March 31, 1927 GLEE CLUB TO GIVE PLAY SOON 1
March 31, 1927 WATER RATE IS INCREASED BY TOWN COUNCIL 1
March 31, 1927 JUANITA POINT TRACTS OPEN 1
March 31, 1927 BOWSER, BERTHA 3
March 31, 1927 GRAFF, FREDERICK 3
March 31, 1927 KAMBER, CARL 11
March 31, 1927 JUANITA POINT TRACTS OPEN 1
March 31, 1927 OVERLAKE OPEN FOR PLAY SAT 1
March 31, 1927 CHURCH PLAY IS CLEVERLY GIVEN - WELL RECEIVED 1
March 31, 1927 WATER RATE IS INCREASED BY TOWN COUNCIL 1
April 7, 1927 DREW MOTOR CO TO OPEN HERE 1
April 7, 1927 DR DOBBS CONFIDENT ON EVE OF TRIAL 1
April 7, 1927 COUNTY PTA CONVENTION TO BE HELD HERE 1
April 7, 1927 ENTRANCES TO BE COMPLETED - LIONS TO AID 1
April 7, 1927 HAVE GAY TIME AT BIRTHDAY PARTY (BUSINESS & PROFESSIONAL WOMEN) 1
April 7, 1927 FERRY BREAKS BOTH SHAFTS 1
April 7, 1927 FIRST SNOW IN APRIL, SAY OLD TIMERS HERE 1
April 7, 1927 ESTHER MARR, CHESTER F GRAVES 11
April 14, 1927 SESSIONS BUYS WARE'S INTEREST IN BATTERY SHOP 1
April 14, 1927 WALKER BUYS CARR'S INTEREST IN THE ELITE BARBER SHOP 1
April 14, 1927 LIONS TO ROAR TUES. NIGHT AT CHAMBER MEET 1
April 14, 1927 "PICKLES" IS CLEVER PLAY 1
April 14, 1927 DOBBS BELIEVES JURY PANEL TO BE A FAIR ONE 1
April 14, 1927 KITELEY, SADIE WHITTEMORE 6
April 14, 1927 KORNEK, JOSEPH 1
April 14, 1927 RHODES, MARTIN 1
April 14, 1927 LIONS TURN THEIR MEETING INTO EMERGENCY OPERATING ROOM TUES. 1
April 14, 1927 B & F PUT UP HIGHWAY SIGNS 1
April 14, 1927 CALLS FOR BIDS ON WATER PUMP 1
April 14, 1927 COURT REFUSES BID OF BOND HOLDERS THURS. 1
April 21, 1927 YOUNGER'S CANDIES - ONE YEARS ACCOMPLISHMENT (FULL PAGE AD) 5
April 21, 1927 FIVE RAIDS ARE MADE BY DEPUTY SHERIFFS THIS WEEK - ONE ARRESTED 1
April 21, 1927 STATE EVIDENCE IS WEAKENED (DOBBS TRIAL) 1
April 21, 1927 ODA, E 11
April 21, 1927 FIVE RAIDS ARE MADE BY DEPUTY SHERIFFS THIS WEEK - ONE ARRESTED 1
April 21, 1927 CROWDS TO BE IN KIRKLAND DURING JULY (RESCUE MISSION WORKERS) 1
April 21, 1927 OUTSIDE WATER RATES RAISED 1
April 21, 1927 CATHERINE MATTIX, HUGH MCDONALD 11
April 21, 1927 WOOLEN MILL MAY BE LEASED TO EASTERN FIRM; OPERATE HERE 1
April 28, 1927 IS KIRKLAND VISITOR (TODD, C C) 1
April 28, 1927 FLUFF RUG COMPANY STARTS ON CENTRAL AVENUE 1
April 28, 1927 SEWAGE PLAN OF ENGINEER IS HELD OVER 1
April 28, 1927 ACCUSED OF ARSON (KENNEDY, MARY B) 6
April 28, 1927 DOBBS' CASE GOES TO JURY 1
April 28, 1927 PULLING CORKS IS DANGEROUS JOB, SAYS DEPUTY SHERIFF HILL 1
April 28, 1927 TERRIBLE DOG DAYS ARE HERE ... (DOG LICENSES) 1
April 28, 1927 CARLBERG, W D 1
April 28, 1927 LAWES, EDWIN C 11
April 28, 1927 TAYLOR HEADS RABBIT ASS'N 1
April 28, 1927 LEGION TO OBSERVE FIFTH ANNIVERSARY OF BOAT 1
April 28, 1927 PULLING CORKS IS DANGEROUS JOB, SAYS DEPUTY SHERIFF HILL 1
April 28, 1927 FIVE MINUTES IS CUT OFF OF FERRY SCHEDULE 1
April 28, 1927 SEWAGE PLAN OF ENGINEER IS HELD OVER 1
April 28, 1927 MILL AGAIN IS POSTPONED 1
May 5, 1927 HINDMAN ELECTRIC SHOP STARTED IN ELSON BLDG 1
May 5, 1927 CHAMBER PLAY ROUNDING INTO FINE FORM NOW 1
May 5, 1927 KIRKLAND HIGH YEARBOOK OFF PRESS THIS WEEK 1
May 5, 1927 COUNCIL GETS SEWAGE PLAN FOR NORTH END 1
May 5, 1927 KIRKLAND HOTEL NOW OWNED BY BREMERTON MAN] 1
May 5, 1927 BEGINNING AGAIN (DOBBS, C C - AFTERMATH OF WHITEHALL TRIAL) 1
May 5, 1927 COMMISSION FRANK PAUL WILL GO ON TRIAL MAY 10 5
May 5, 1927 MARSHAL FLAGS SPEEDING STAR; THIEVES GET AWAY WITH NASH 1
May 5, 1927 READY FOR BIG LEGION PARTY 1
May 5, 1927 STORY IN JOURNAL BRINGS RESULTS; MRS ELLSWORTH GETS HUSBAND 1
May 5, 1927 FOUR HUNDRED ATTEND LECTURE (CHRISTIAN SCIENCE) 1
May 5, 1927 MORE MEETINGS HERE FOR WHITE (WHITE, REV HOLICE BRITT) 1
May 5, 1927 COUNCIL GETS SEWAGE PLAN FOR NORTH END 1
May 5, 1927 JULIA ELLSWORTH, H M HOGENSON 1
May 5, 1927 MILL SUPERINTENDENT GOES TO OREGON CITY MILLS 1
May 12, 1927 LESCHI DAIRY WINS HONORS 1
May 12, 1927 WILL NOT GO ON LECTURE TOUR (DOBBS, C C) 1
May 12, 1927 LUSTIG SELLS OUT INTERESTS IN KIRKLAND 1
May 12, 1927 BUSINESS ONLY FOR CHAMBER 1
May 12, 1927 JUNIOR CLUB CANTATA WED. 1
May 12, 1927 OPEN HOUSE AT HIGH SCHOOL PROVES INTERESTING WED. 1
May 12, 1927 MAYOR GIVES DEMONSTRATION OF CLEAN UP WEEK AT LIONS CLUB 1
May 12, 1927 ELDRIDGE, GEORGE WYMAN 1
May 12, 1927 HAVERCAMP, AUGUST 11
May 12, 1927 HOLLISTER, A A 2
May 12, 1927 MAYOR GIVES DEMONSTRATION OF CLEAN UP WEEK AT LIONS CLUB 1
May 12, 1927 LEGION IS SET FOR BIG PARTY 1
May 12, 1927 IN KIRKLAND NOW (WHITE, HOLICE BRITT) 6
May 12, 1927 MISSION SHOW FILLS LOCAL THEATRE 1
May 12, 1927 MAY COMPROMISE LEGAL ACTION BY PROPERTY OWNERS 1
May 12, 1927 KATHRYN ETHEL BRITTAIN, NATHAN LEWIS GREEN 11
May 19, 1927 KIRKLAND HOTEL AND CAFE - NEW MANAGEMENT 7
May 19, 1927 NOT TO SERVE SAYS MRS DOBBS (DOBBS, ALICE V) 1
May 19, 1927 CAST IS READY TO STAGE BIG CHAMBER PLAY 1
May 19, 1927 PRES. APPOINTS PLANNING COMMISSION 1
May 19, 1927 LEGION AUXILIARY TO MAKE HARD DRIVE ON POPPY SALE THIS YEAR 1
May 19, 1927 CAST IS READY TO STAGE BIG CHAMBER PLAY 1
May 19, 1927 NELL BARRY TAYLOR APPEARS IN SEATTLE PRODUCED PICTURE 1
May 19, 1927 AUTHOR'S YACHT LEAVES YARD (WHITE, STUART EDWARD) 1
May 19, 1927 BIGLOW, CLAIR V 11
May 19, 1927 HILLMAN, MINNIE 1
May 19, 1927 THANK YOU, REV WHITE 7
May 19, 1927 HOLD HEARING ON NORTH DIST. SEWAGE PLAN 1
May 19, 1927 RUTH NETTLETON, FRED RICHARDS 6
May 19, 1927 BOND HOLDERS PURCHASE MILL FROM RECEIVER 1
May 26, 1927 BASS GETS WORD ON NEW FORD CARS 1
May 26, 1927 JUANITA MARKET OPENS SATURDAY 1
May 26, 1927 LAKESIDE CARPET CLEANING CO ADDS NEW EQUIPMENT 1
May 26, 1927 CHAMBER PLAY GETS APPLAUSE OF AUDIENCES 1
May 26, 1927 LADIES MEAN BUSINESS; WILL HAVE POPPIES FOR EVERYONE 1
May 26, 1927 ECKSTEIN TO BE COMMENCEMENT SPEAKER, JUNE 2 1
May 26, 1927 GRADE SCHOOLS PLAN GRADUATION EXERCISES 1
May 26, 1927 CHAMBER PLAY GETS APPLAUSE OF AUDIENCES 1
May 26, 1927 JUANITA MARKET OPENS SATURDAY 1
May 26, 1927 CARTER, WALLACE 11
May 26, 1927 DEIGHTON, MARJORIE 11
May 26, 1927 GEBHARDT, HELEN 7
May 26, 1927 LINDSAY, CLARA MERANDA 6
May 26, 1927 RABBIT ASS'N WILL MEET IN KIRKLAND TUES. 1
May 26, 1927 RALLIES FROM ILLNESS TO PUSH CAMP MEETING (SCOTT, R J) 1
May 26, 1927 PLANS UNDER WAY FOR IMPROVEMENT SAND POINT ROAD 1
May 26, 1927 VETERANS TO HOLD MEMORIAL SERVICES; KEAN TO SPEAK 1
June 2, 1927 BULB FARM TO GO TO LYNDEN 1
June 2, 1927 LOCAL MAN GETS RECOGNITION (HOPKINS, J R) 1
June 2, 1927 HOME OF R B LITTELL BURNS MEMORIAL DAY 1
June 2, 1927 BLAU CHEVROLET INSTALLS NEW WASHING EQUIPMENT 1
June 2, 1927 MERCHANTS TO MEET; LAYOUT ADV PROGRAM 1
June 2, 1927 CEMETERY NOW HAS WATER SYSTEM INSTALLED; IS AID TO LOT OWNERS 1
June 2, 1927 28 RECEIVE DIPLOMAS AT COMMENCEMENT 1
June 2, 1927 HERE THEY ARE THE KHS CLASS OF 1927 (PHOTOS) 5
June 2, 1927 TWENTY-FOUR GRADUATE FROM JUANITA SCHOOL, WEDNESDAY 1
June 2, 1927 HOME OF R B LITTELL BURNS MEMORIAL DAY 1
June 2, 1927 PREVENTS WORK ON BOOSTER PUMP 1
June 2, 1927 TWENTY-FOUR GRADUATE FROM JUANITA SCHOOL, WEDNESDAY 1
June 2, 1927 LEGION TO GIVE ANOTHER CIRCUS 1
June 2, 1927 AIMEE PLANS TO SPEND FEW DAYS IN KIRKLAND 1
June 2, 1927 ALTA A TERPENING, DR H K STOCKWELL 1
June 2, 1927 DOLORES KING, ARTHUR PELISS 11
June 2, 1927 HELEN CALKINS, FRANK HOAGLAND 7
June 9, 1927 MRS NEWBERRY TO GRADUATE FROM U OF W; GRANDSON IS NOW JUNIOR 1
June 9, 1927 PLANS COMPLETE FOR MERCHANTS MEETING THURS. 1
June 9, 1927 CANNERY NOW READY TO START OPERATION 1
June 9, 1927 39 GRADUATED FROM 8TH GRADE 1
June 9, 1927 NEWLY ELECTS TAKE SEATS ON COUNCIL MONDAY 1
June 9, 1927 EGBERT SAYS SHOOTING NEAR LAKE MUST STOP 7
June 9, 1927 OLSON, MATTHEW 1
June 9, 1927 BANNISTER NOW HEAD OF LIONS 1
June 9, 1927 NEW REALTY CO IS FORMED HERE (COLLINS-HARLOW) 1
June 9, 1927 AIMEE'S APPEARANCE HERE NOW ASSURED 1
June 9, 1927 NEWBERRY AGAIN CHOSEN PASTOR 1
June 9, 1927 APPROACH TO FERRY SLIP TO BE FILLED IN 1
June 16, 1927 DR C C DOBBS NOW ENGAGED IN THEATER LECTURE TOUR 6
June 16, 1927 BILL HUNTINGTON NOW IN CHARGE OF ELSON STORE 1
June 16, 1927 VON CARNOP HIT BY AUTO MONDAY 1
June 16, 1927 JUDGE BEALS TO SPEAK AT CHAMBER MEET 1
June 16, 1927 BOARD ISSUES MOVE ORDERS (LEGION CIRCUS) 1
June 16, 1927 BOARD REFUSES TO OK STOREY'S NEW CONTRACT 1
June 16, 1927 SPECIAL DIST. ELECTION JUNE 25 1
June 16, 1927 JUNE 25TH IS KIRKLAND DAY AT FESTIVAL 1
June 16, 1927 TOO DRUNK TO DRIVE SO EGBERT TAKES THEM IN TOW 1
June 16, 1927 JENSEN, PETER 11
June 16, 1927 BOARD ISSUES MOVE ORDERS (LEGION CIRCUS) 1
June 16, 1927 SCOTT ON WAY BACK FROM LOS ANGELES NOW (MISSION WORKERS) 1
June 16, 1927 HOME FOUND FOR TOWN BOOSTER PUMP AT LAST 1
June 16, 1927 BARBARA WHALEY, T CAROL WATERS 11
June 16, 1927 ETHEL LAWR, JOHN EDWARDS 1
June 16, 1927 MILDRED PETERSON, DONALD BRUNER 11
June 16, 1927 WINIFRED WIGGIN, HOWARD BROWN 7
June 23, 1927 MERCHANTS BACK CIVIC CAMPAIGN AT LOTUS THURS 1
June 23, 1927 POST TOASTIES WEEK ON THE EAST SIDE 5
June 23, 1927 CANNERY MAKES BIG IMPROVEMENT (PHOTO) 1
June 23, 1927 PRES. APPOINTS PLAN COMMISSION 1
June 23, 1927 GRADE SCHOOL ELECTS TEACHERS 1
June 23, 1927 HUGE CARAVAN FOR FESTIVAL SATURDAY (BELLEVUE STRAWBERRY FESTIVAL) 1
June 23, 1927 DEMONSTRATION SUCCESSFUL (FIRE RETARDANT ROOF COATING) 1
June 23, 1927 SEWAGE SYSTEM PLAN DROPPED BY COUNCIL MON. 1
June 23, 1927 JUANITA PARK TO HAVE GRAND OPENING SUNDAY 1
June 23, 1927 JUANITA PARK TO HAVE GRAND OPENING SUNDAY 1
June 23, 1927 NEW TRAFFIC COP MAKES FIRST ARREST SUNDAY; DRUNKEN DRIVER 1
June 23, 1927 BONNEY, ELLA 11
June 23, 1927 DAY, MARY ELLEN 6
June 23, 1927 JUANITA PARK TO HAVE GRAND OPENING SUNDAY 1
June 23, 1927 WHITE RETURNS; SPEEDS PLANS (REV HOLLIS BRITT WHITE) 1
June 23, 1927 SEWAGE SYSTEM PLAN DROPPED BY COUNCIL MON. 1
June 30, 1927 STANDARD OIL CO BUILDING NEW TANK AT HOUGHTON 1
June 30, 1927 BOARD ELECTS SUPT. TONIGHT 1
June 30, 1927 SCHOOL LEVY PASSES SAT. 1
June 30, 1927 SEWER SYSTEM UNCHANGED LAKE 12
June 30, 1927 125 CARS IN CARAVAN TO BELLEVUE SAT. 1
June 30, 1927 STRAWBERRY FESTIVAL IS COMMUNITY ASSET 1
June 30, 1927 COUNTY ORDERS CHECK OF DOBBS CASE EXPENSE 1
June 30, 1927 PLAN TO PUT TRAFFIC MAN IN NEW UNIFORM 5
June 30, 1927 SHOTS FLY AS BANDIT HOLDS UP OIL STATION 1
June 30, 1927 WORK TO START AT SAND POINT 1
June 30, 1927 GICKER, ELIZABETH J 11
June 30, 1927 STOREY, FRANCIS 3
June 30, 1927 LEGION DRUM CORPS VISITS 1
June 30, 1927 FISHERMEN NOW VYING FOR HONORS ON THIS SEASON'S BIGGEST CATCHES 1
June 30, 1927 NOTED LEADERS ARE OBTAINED FOR SESSIONS 1
June 30, 1927 HIGHWAY DEPT ACCEPTS PLANS FOR NEW ROAD (KIRKLAND-REDMOND) 1
June 30, 1927 ONLY TWO BIDS ON PIPE LINE 1
June 30, 1927 SEWER SYSTEM UNCHANGED LAKE 12
June 30, 1927 DOROTHY MARIE MILLS, JOSEPH LETOURNEAU 12
July 7, 1927 JOHSENS GETS $40000 SCHOOL CONTRACT MON. 1
July 7, 1927 COMMITTEE OFFERS PRIZE FOR BEST LETTER SUBMITTED, $25 1
July 7, 1927 DREW MOTOR CO MOVES INTO NEW QUARTERS 1
July 7, 1927 MERCHANT'S SHOW TO BE AUG 8-13 9
July 7, 1927 MRS LEWIS OPENS CASH STORE ON JEFFERSON ST 1
July 7, 1927 FOUR DIE IN PLANE CRASH (PHOTOS ON PAGES 2, 7) 1
July 7, 1927 BOARD ELECTS SUPERINTENDENT FOR NEXT YEAR (JACOBSON, J A) 1
July 7, 1927 GEO WEBB AGAIN APPOINTED SPECIAL FIRE WARDEN 1
July 7, 1927 TRAFFIC COP WANTS PEOPLE TO HEED THE LAW 1
July 7, 1927 WIFE FIRES AT FORMER HUSBAND (SPURLING, MRS CY) 1
July 7, 1927 MARTIN, ELSIE MAY 12
July 7, 1927 WALTON EXHIBIT FEATURE OF SHOW 1
July 7, 1927 BUSINESS WOMEN ELECT PRESIDENT (NEWELL, MRS A B) 1
July 7, 1927 CAMP MEETING GETS UNDERWAY 1
July 7, 1927 FOUR DIE IN PLANE CRASH 1
July 7, 1927 SMITH GETS CONTRACT ON KIRKLAND-REDMOND ROAD 1
July 7, 1927 MARIAN WINDAL, L E LARIMORE 1
July 14, 1927 CELEBRATE GOLDEN WEDDING (DAIGLEISH, MR AND MRS JOHN) 12
July 14, 1927 BUSINESS MEN HOLD MEETING AT LOTUS, DISCUSS CAMP MEET 1
July 14, 1927 KIRKLAND TIRE AND BATTERY SHOP REMODELS SALES ROOM 1
July 14, 1927 EAST SIDE BOYS CALLED ON STAND (PLANE CRASH) 1
July 14, 1927 BOARD ELECTS NEW TEACHERS 1
July 14, 1927 PLAN TO CUT COMMISSIONERS DISTRICT SOON 1
July 14, 1927 LAKE RESCUE PLAN PROPOSED 9
July 14, 1927 LAKE RESCUE PLAN PROPOSED 9
July 14, 1927 EAST SIDE BOYS CALLED ON STAND (PLANE CRASH) 1
July 14, 1927 KJALLIN, FREDA 3
July 14, 1927 PARISH, NELLIE MAYBELL 1
July 14, 1927 WOOD, C H 11
July 14, 1927 BUSINESS MEN HOLD MEETING AT LOTUS, DISCUSS CAMP MEET 1
July 14, 1927 CAMP MEETING STARTS OFF BIG 1
July 14, 1927 PUT ON EXTRA BOAT SERVICE FOR SUMMER 1
July 14, 1927 EVADE COUNTY ROAD TIE-UP 12
July 14, 1927 NEW CIRCUITS INTO SEATTLE (TELEPHONE) 1
July 21, 1927 REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF KIRKLAND 9
July 21, 1927 ASSESSOR PLANS REASSESSMENT 1
July 21, 1927 BLAU INSTALL DUCO SPRAY GUN FOR PAINTING CARS 1
July 21, 1927 MERCHANTS EXPO AUGUST 8 TO 13 3
July 21, 1927 SESSIONS DISPLAYS 1000,000,000 GOODYEAR TIRE AT TIRE SHOP 1
July 21, 1927 BOY DROWNED AT LAKE PARK, AS MOTHER WATCHES 1
July 21, 1927 SIX HURT, ONE DEAD IN SMASH 1
July 21, 1927 ANDREA THRILLS HUNDREDS WHILE DRIVING BLINDFOLDED 12
July 21, 1927 COMMISSIONERS DISTRICT NOW CHANGED 1
July 21, 1927 DR DOBBS TO SPEAK AT GATEWAY, JULY 27 1
July 21, 1927 MYSTERY SHROUDS HI-WAY ACCIDENT 1
July 21, 1927 JORGENSON, HARRY 1
July 21, 1927 MASON, FERN 1
July 21, 1927 "SWIMMIN HOLE" INSTRUCTIONS FOR BOYS AT JUANITA, AUG 1, 2, 3 1
July 21, 1927 CAMP MEETING WANTS COW, SCOTT SAYS AIMEE WILL DO THE MILKING 1
July 21, 1927 FIX SIDEWALKS URGES H PEACH 1
July 21, 1927 GRACE ERICKSON, "BUTCH" HENRY THOMAS 5
July 28, 1927 FORGET HOSTILITIES AS WARTIME ENEMIES DINE ... (AILES, ELSINO) 1
July 28, 1927 P.O. CHANGES PLEASING TO P.M (MULLIGAN) 1
July 28, 1927 SHEFFIELD ST CORNER CLAIMS SECOND VICTIM 1
July 28, 1927 KIRKLAND'S FIRST BARGAIN DAY 1
July 28, 1927 BOUNDARY PLAN DRAWS ATTACK 1
July 28, 1927 CORONER SETS INQUEST DATE FOR MONDAY (CAR CRASH) 1
July 28, 1927 FRYE, RUSSELL 11
July 28, 1927 HAYDON, E C 1
July 28, 1927 ZWIEFELHOFER, ELOISE 6
July 28, 1927 P.O. CHANGES PLEASING TO P.M (MULLIGAN) 1
July 28, 1927 BOYS MUST HURRY TO REGISTER FOR FREE SWIMMING INSTRUCTIONS 1
July 28, 1927 MEETING DRAWS NOTED WORKER (PARHAM, ALICE WILSON) 1
July 28, 1927 POWER COMPANY INSTALLS LINES 1
July 28, 1927 IVY ELDRIDGE, ALLEN ELDRIDGE 12
July 28, 1927 LOIS PERRIGO, ARTHUR TOSH 3
August 4, 1927 (GLENN) JOHNSON JOINS TITLE COMPANY AS VICE PRES. 1
August 4, 1927 CHESTER GREEN TO LEAVE KIRKLAND DRUG COMPANY 1
August 4, 1927 COLUMBIA LUMBER OPENS NEW YARD AT STANWOOD 1
August 4, 1927 CANNERY DOWN FOR A FEW DAYS 1
August 4, 1927 CHAMBER URGES MAINTENANCE OF DEPOT AGENT 1
August 4, 1927 JURY BLAMES BELTS IN FATAL AUTO ACCIDENT 1
August 4, 1927 B & P W CLUB PLANS CRUISE 1
August 4, 1927 OVER 100 ENTER SWIMMING CLASS 1
August 4, 1927 WHITE LEAVES CAMP MEETING 1
August 4, 1927 ANDERSON TO RUN BOAT TO "AIDA" AUG 9 1
August 4, 1927 CHAMBER URGES MAINTENANCE OF DEPOT AGENT 1
August 4, 1927 WORK STARTED ON REDMOND-KIRKLAND ROAD 3
August 4, 1927 GLADYS IRENE WALTERS, FRANK L BUNKER 7
August 11, 1927 SUMMER SALE! OF PURE WOOL BLANKETS - DIRECT FROM MILL TO YOU 6
August 11, 1927 KIRKLAND MERCHANTS TO HOLD OPEN HOUSE, THURS., AUG 25 1
August 11, 1927 MRS E NEIGHBOR CONTEST WINNER 1
August 11, 1927 ACCIDENT ON HI-WAY MAKES DEATH TOLL 4 1
August 11, 1927 PLAN COMMISSION TO MEET TUESDAY 1
August 11, 1927 TODD OFFERS $600 REWARD FOR CLUES IN THE WHITEHALL CASE 1
August 11, 1927 BARRETT, MRS 7
August 11, 1927 IRVING, FLORENCE 1
August 11, 1927 COMPLETE LIST OF SWIM-MEET WINNERS 1
August 11, 1927 FLORENCE MOORE, LLOYD ALEXANDER 7
August 11, 1927 HELEN DOROTHY RININGER, ELMER GLORIUS 11
August 11, 1927 RUMOR OF MILL SALE DENIED BY OFFICIALS 1
August 11, 1927 TURNS CRASH INTO PROFIT (KAY, THEODORE) 1
August 18, 1927 ROSE HILL NAZARENES TO BUILD PARSONAGE 6
August 18, 1927 FIRE DESTROYS HOME OF A E HAMMOND TUESDAY 1
August 18, 1927 GARAGE OPENS SERVICE DEPT (DREW MOTOR CO) 1
August 18, 1927 PLANS ALL SET FOR OPEN HOUSE NEXT THURS EVE 1
August 18, 1927 TWO GIRLS HURT ON LAKE HIGHWAY 1
August 18, 1927 PLAN TO ZONE KIRKLAND DIST. 1
August 18, 1927 FIRE DESTROYS HOME OF A E HAMMOND TUESDAY 1
August 18, 1927 FIRE SPREADS THROUGH BROWNS AND SILERS OLD LOGGING WORKS 1
August 18, 1927 COUNCIL FILES TENTATIVE 1928 EXPENSE ACCOUNT 1
August 18, 1927 ESTIMATED BUDGET FOR TOWN OF KIRKLAND FOR YEAR 1928 6
August 18, 1927 THIEVES BREAK IN GARAGE SAFE 1
August 18, 1927 AHLEN, CAPTAIN VICTOR 1
August 18, 1927 CHAPMAN, EMMA L 1
August 18, 1927 MOONLIGHT EXCURSION IS SUCCESS IN SPITE OF INCLEMENT WEATHER 1
August 18, 1927 ROSE HILL NAZARENES TO BUILD PARSONAGE 6
August 18, 1927 ROAD FINISHED BY LATE OCTOBER (KIRKLAND-REDMOND) 1
August 25, 1927 PRINCE OF WALES TO EAT EAST SIDE LETTUCE 1
August 25, 1927 LOCAL PASTOR TELLS OF EXPERIENCES ON THEIR EASTERN TRIP (NEWBERRY 6
August 25, 1927 NEW THEATRE TO OPEN SOON IN ELSON BUILDING; FIVE YEAR LEASE 1
August 25, 1927 BARRING RAIN OPEN HOUSE TO DRAW CROWDS TO-NITE 1
August 25, 1927 LEASE IS ASKED BY CHAIN STORE 1
August 25, 1927 NEW THEATRE TO OPEN SOON IN ELSON BUILDING; FIVE YEAR LEASE 1
August 25, 1927 O M WESTON OPENS HIGHWAY MARKET 1
August 25, 1927 PROMPT ACTION OF PASSERBY SAVES CHILDREN FROM FIRE (DWYER, T M) 1
August 25, 1927 WORK UNDER WAY NOW FOR BIG FAIR 1
August 25, 1927 PROMPT ACTION OF PASSERBY SAVES CHILDREN FROM FIRE (DWYER, T M) 1
August 25, 1927 TOURIST HOTEL TRADED TO ELLENSBURG MAN 12
August 25, 1927 FORD ROADSTER STOLEN FROM IN FRONT OF THEATER TUES. 1
August 25, 1927 CHURCHILL, PHIL 1
August 25, 1927 IMPOSSIBLE, IS WORD RECEIVED FROM AIMEE WED. 1
August 25, 1927 CIRCULATES PETITION FOR ROUND LAKE BUS LINE 1
August 25, 1927 WOOLEN MILL NOT SOLD BUT PROSPECT GOOD 1
September 1, 1927 TODD SHARES INFORMATION ABOUT HUGE BERRY PATCH 1
September 1, 1927 REV NEWBERRY BACK FROM EAST 1
September 1, 1927 NEW THEATRE TO OPEN SATURDAY 1
September 1, 1927 DALES CONFECTIONERY NOW MINUTE LUNCH 1
September 1, 1927 MARCELL SHOP TO BE CLOSED UNTIL LAST OF OCTOBER 1
September 1, 1927 NEW OPERATOR NOW IN CHARGE OF BEAUTY SHOP 1
September 1, 1927 NEW THEATRE TO OPEN SATURDAY 1
September 1, 1927 WEATHER FINE; OPEN HOUSE OF MERCHANTS BIG SUCCESS 1
September 1, 1927 VACATION DAYS COME TO CLOSE; SCHOOL TUES 1
September 1, 1927 CIVIC WORK TO START IN SEPT 1
September 1, 1927 JOURNAL STAFF HAS BIG CHANGE 1
September 1, 1927 OFFICIALS THANK KIRKLANDITES 1
September 8, 1927 SOIL GOOD HERE FOR PEPPERMINT GROWING 1
September 8, 1927 25TH WEDDING ANNIVERSARY IS HELD MONDAY (SMALLFIELD, H C) 11
September 8, 1927 WORK STARTS ON FERRY DOCK 1
September 8, 1927 GOVT GRAVE MARKERS ARRIVE FOR TWO WAR VETERANS 1
September 8, 1927 GRANGE FAIR WILL OPEN FRI. ALL IS READY 1
September 8, 1927 REDISTRICT PLAN FACES COURT ACTION 12
September 8, 1927 SPARKMAN TURNS AGAINST PAUL 1
September 8, 1927 TILLERY ADMITS STATION HOLDUP 1
September 8, 1927 THE BOYS ARE OILING UP THEIR SHOT GUNS AS SEASON APPROACHES 1
September 8, 1927 WORK STARTS ON FERRY DOCK 1
September 8, 1927 TWO REQUESTS FOR BUS LINES HERE TO SEATTLE 1
September 8, 1927 AUTOMATICS IN REDMOND SOON (TELEPHONES) 1
September 8, 1927 THIRD ADDITION OF EAST SIDE DIRECTORY TO BE OUT SOON 1
September 8, 1927 ELLA RUTH PETERSON, WILLIAM A STENNETT 11
September 15, 1927 MR AND MRS E E KINSEY CELEBRATE SILVER WEDDING 1
September 15, 1927 REPORT SHOWS BUILDING ACTIVITY FOR PAST FEW WEEKS ON EAST SIDE 1
September 15, 1927 CHAMBER MEET IS POSTPONED 1
September 15, 1927 REPORT SHOWS BUILDING ACTIVITY FOR PAST FEW WEEKS ON EAST SIDE 1
September 15, 1927 827 STUDENTS ENROLLED 1
September 15, 1927 KHS STUDENTS ENTER COLLEGE 1
September 15, 1927 FAIR SUCCESS DESPITE RAIN 1
September 15, 1927 NOVEL GREETING PREPARED HERE (LINDBERGH IN SEATTLE) 1
September 15, 1927 AUTHOR EXPRESSES SATISFACTION IN YACHT BUILT HERE (PHOTO OF SIMBA 5
September 15, 1927 SHIP YARD IS NOW STARTING WORK 1
September 15, 1927 HUNTSMEN MUST OBSERVE LAWS; WARNED TO HOLD FIRE TILL SEASON 1
September 15, 1927 LANGDON, HARRY W 1
September 15, 1927 H B KEAN TO HEAD LEGION IN NEXT TERM 1
September 15, 1927 MR LOWELL KING ON JOURNAL STAFF 1
September 15, 1927 ALIX JUDITH SWEEN, CLARK TURNER 1
September 15, 1927 THEODORA LOUISE HABERNAL, JOSEPH W MILLET 1
September 22, 1927 KIRKLAND BAKERY PUTTING IN NEW STORE FRONT 1
September 22, 1927 KIRKLAND BAKERY PUTTING IN NEW STORE FRONT 1
September 22, 1927 LEASE SIGNED BY MARRS STORE TO OPEN SOON 1
September 22, 1927 BUDGET HEARING SET FOR OCT 3 1
September 22, 1927 HAS CLIPPING OF EARLY DAYS 1
September 22, 1927 BAXTER STORE IS VICTIM OF GIRL HOLDUP 1
September 22, 1927 BURBANK RESIGNS AS DEPUTY SHERIFF 1
September 22, 1927 LIONS TO ROAR AGAIN TUESDAY 1
September 22, 1927 LEGION TO FILM WAR PRODUCTION 1
September 22, 1927 HAS CLIPPING OF EARLY DAYS 1
September 22, 1927 KIRKLAND BOYS PASS SWIM TEST 1
September 22, 1927 HEARINGS AT KIRKLAND ON BUS ROUTE CHANGES 7
September 22, 1927 AUTOMATIC PHONES ARE CUT OVER; REDMOND IS NOW USING DIALS 1
September 29, 1927 DRENNAN IN CHARGE OF GROCERYLINE STORE 1
September 29, 1927 MARR OPENING IS OCTOBER 8 1
September 29, 1927 TWO CARS LOADED WITH DYNAMITE COLLIDE; ONE IS LIQUID EXPLOSIVE 1
September 29, 1927 N E CHAMBER DRAWS NOTICE 1
September 29, 1927 ORDER CHANGES AT COURTHOUSE 1
September 29, 1927 LINDSTROM, MRS ED 1
September 29, 1927 HARMONY SHOULD PREVAIL AS WIFE/HUSBAND HEAD VETERANS GROUPS (KEAN 1
September 29, 1927 LAKE AVENUE MAY BE PAVED CURB TO CURB 1
September 29, 1927 TO CELEBRATE OPENING OF NEW HIGHWAY (KIRKLAND-REDMOND) 1
October 6, 1927 GATES CELEBRATE THEIR 25TH WEDDING ANNIVERSARY 12
October 6, 1927 MODERN BANK NEW KIRKLAND IMPROVEMENT 1
October 6, 1927 IS UNIVERSITY INSTRUCTOR NOW (NEWBERRY, MRS C E) 1
October 6, 1927 LOCAL BOY MAKES HIT ON NAVY TEAM (DANIELS) 1
October 6, 1927 MODERN BANK NEW KIRKLAND IMPROVEMENT 1
October 6, 1927 HILLCREST FUEL ENLARGES SCOPE 1
October 6, 1927 MARR'S OPENS ON BIRTHDAY 12
October 6, 1927 WOMEN IN CHARGE OF CHAMBER MEET 1
October 6, 1927 NELL BARRY TAYLOR, KIRKLAND'S OWN WILL BE SEEN ON LOCAL SCREEN 1
October 6, 1927 THERE OUGHT TO BE A RUSH TO JOIN FIRE CHIEF'S STAFF NOW 1
October 6, 1927 BUDGET IS SET AT 18 MILLS 1
October 6, 1927 SAND POINT IS SEEN AS FUTURE PARENT AIR BASE 9
October 6, 1927 THROUGH BUS SERVICE FROM REDMOND TO SEATTLE NOW 12
October 6, 1927 NEW PAVING IS NOW ONE STEP NEARER GOAL 1
October 6, 1927 BENERIN JOHNSTONE, ALBERT JENSEN 6
October 13, 1927 HAGEN GIVEN PROMOTION 1
October 13, 1927 NEW BUILDING FOR COMMUNITY CHURCH IN PROSPECT 1
October 13, 1927 LADY RUN OVER BY AUTOMOBILE 1
October 13, 1927 WOMAN'S CLUB IN CHARGE OF CHAMBER MEET TUESDAY 1
October 13, 1927 NEW ADDITION AT JUANITA 1
October 13, 1927 NETTLETON TO RUN FOR PORT 1
October 13, 1927 NEW ADDITION AT JUANITA 1
October 13, 1927 RUBIN STORE IS HELD UP TUES. 1
October 13, 1927 CERRELL, GEORGE A 9
October 13, 1927 WOMAN'S CLUB IN CHARGE OF CHAMBER MEET TUESDAY 1
October 13, 1927 COMMITTEE APPOINTED TO TAKE CHARGE OF ROAD DEDICATION 1
October 13, 1927 NEW ROAD MAY BE COMPLETED NEXT MONDAY (KIRKLAND-REDMOND) 1
October 20, 1927 MARILYN MARKS IN MOVIELAND 1
October 20, 1927 BERKEY SIMPSON GARAGE NOW DODGE SERVICE STATION 1
October 20, 1927 BURCH BUYS OUT LAKESIDE GARAGE AT BELLEVUE 1
October 20, 1927 TIME SHOP SOLD TO ARLINGTON MAN 1
October 20, 1927 WOMAN'S CLUB PACKS CHAMBER MEETING TUES. 1
October 20, 1927 COUNCIL FAVORS ZONING PLANS 1
October 20, 1927 COUNCIL FAVORS ZONING PLANS 1
October 20, 1927 (S A) MOORE FIGHTS INDICTMENT 1
October 20, 1927 BESSIE PRATT GETS FROM 2 TO 5 YEARS AT WALLA WALLA 1
October 20, 1927 LEGAL DELAYS WILL NOT STOP PAVING PLAN 1
October 20, 1927 DURHAM, JOHN M 7
October 20, 1927 WOMAN'S CLUB PACKS CHAMBER MEETING TUES. 1
October 20, 1927 STAGE HEARING IS POSTPONED 1
October 20, 1927 LEGAL DELAYS WILL NOT STOP PAVING PLAN 1
October 20, 1927 NEW ROAD NOW COMPLETED; RAIN DELAYS PROGRESS 1
October 20, 1927 ROAD OPENING DATE IS SET FOR NOV 12TH (KIRKLAND-REDMOND) 1
October 20, 1927 NEW ROAD NOW COMPLETED; RAIN DELAYS PROGRESS 1
October 27, 1927 GREAT-GRANDMOTHER TRIES AEROPLANE (BARTER, ELIZABETH J) 1
October 27, 1927 PATTY GETS BRUIN WITH TRUSTY BOW AND ARROW (PATTY, OBED) 1
October 27, 1927 DOCK IS NOW COMPLETE WILL BE GIVEN TIME TO SETTLE 1
October 27, 1927 BAKER MOTOR CO HAS PONTIAC LINE 1
October 27, 1927 RED AND WHITE CHAIN GROCERIES NOW IN KIRKLAND 1
October 27, 1927 FLOWER MISSION TO GIVE SHOW 1
October 27, 1927 INTEREST PAID ON L.I.D. BONDS 1
October 27, 1927 HOBGOBLINS AND SPOOKS BEWARE IS WARNING ISSUED 6
October 27, 1927 FIRST BALLOT ACQUITS MOORE 1
October 27, 1927 TREATY RIGHTS VS STATUTES IS INDIAN PLEA 1
October 27, 1927 HUDSON, ELIZABETH JANE 6
October 27, 1927 LAKE AVENUE PAVING IS POSTPONED FOR ONE MONTH 1
November 3, 1927 NELSON NOW HAS DAIRY ROUTE 1
November 3, 1927 MRS W B BEALS IS SPEAKER FOR CHAMBER MEET 1
November 3, 1927 LEGION ANNOUNCES FREE BEER AND PRETZELS FOR NEXT BIG DANCE 1
November 3, 1927 KIRKLAND PRANKSTERS RETURN FAVOR FOR BOTHELL BOYS MONDAY 1
November 3, 1927 BUDDING POETS APPEAR AT LIONS CLUB MEETING TUES 1
November 3, 1927 CITY ON WHEELS BEING HAULED THROUGH KIRKLAND 1
November 3, 1927 CLAUDE RAMSAY CHOSEN TO GIVE DEDICATION  TALK (KIRKLAND-REDMOND) 1
November 3, 1927 GOOD PROSPECTS BUT NO NEWS 1
November 10, 1927 TIME SHOP NOW KNOWN AS "NELSON THE JEWELER" 6
November 10, 1927 MEETING WILL DETERMINE NEW CLUB OFFICERS 1
November 10, 1927 TEACHERS WILL BE HONORED FRI. 1
November 10, 1927 LENORA BRYS, JOHN DAVIS 11
November 10, 1927 TO SPONSOR BIRD WALK; STARTS AT LEGION BOAT 1
November 10, 1927 LEST WE FORGET (ARMISTICE DAY) 1
November 10, 1927 SHIP YARD WILL GET FERRY JOB SAYS ANDERSON 1
November 10, 1927 AUTOS MUST STOP FOR SCHOOL BUSES 6
November 10, 1927 MAN BLINDED, SUES FOR $50,000 DAMAGE 7
November 10, 1927 BERNDT, ALBERTINE 2
November 10, 1927 ALL COMMITTEES READY FOR BIG ROAD OPENING (KIRKLAND-REDMOND) 1
November 10, 1927 STOCK SALE OF MILL IS FRAUD? 1
November 17, 1927 O E LABARR, LIGHT MAN IS NOW FIXTURE 1
November 17, 1927 JEWELRY STORE TO COMBINE SAT. 1
November 17, 1927 SHERWOOD TO BE NEW HEAD OF CHAMBER BODY 1
November 17, 1927 RAMSAY PLEADS FOR SAND POINT AIR BASE FUNDS 1
November 17, 1927 ELLIS, MRS WILLIAM H 4
November 17, 1927 HARTSHORN, SUSIE C 7
November 17, 1927 LARSON, JOHN 1
November 17, 1927 PELTONEN, HILMA 7
November 17, 1927 LIONS HEAR TALK BY BLIND MAN; TELLS OF PROBLEMS THEY FACE 1
November 17, 1927 MULLIGAN URGES EARLY MAILING 1
November 17, 1927 GARAGES CAN'T BE BARTENDERS SAYS RULING (DENATURED ALCOHOL) 1
November 17, 1927 KHS LOSES CHAMPIONSHIP 1
November 17, 1927 AUTO LICENSES ISSUED AT BANK 1
November 17, 1927 RAIN DOES NOT HOLD UP CROWD AT ROAD OPENING 1
November 17, 1927 TRUTH BROWN, WALTER KAUFMAN 7
November 24, 1927 KIRKLAND DRUG CLOSES DOORS 1
November 24, 1927 RELIEF DRIVE FOR KIRKLAND TO OPEN DEC 5TH SAYS COMMITTEE 1
November 24, 1927 WALTON LEAGUE CHAPTER TO AID IN CONSERVATION OF WILD BIRDS 1
November 24, 1927 LEAVE GOODWILL BAGS AT THE BERKEY SIMPSON GARAGE "NOW" 1
November 24, 1927 SEATTLE FIGHTS PLAN OF COUNTY RE-DISTRICTING 1
November 24, 1927 MAY ENFORCE EARWIG CONTROL 1
November 24, 1927 CLAIMS $2000 FROM TOWN AS SMASH DAMAGE (BROBST) 1
November 24, 1927 DOG CATCHER IS OUT AFTER THEM NOW 1
November 24, 1927 FORCIER, MELVINA 12
November 24, 1927 FORCIER, MRS THOMAS 3
November 24, 1927 HAFFMAN, WILLIAM S 11
November 24, 1927 SWAN, ELSIE 11
November 24, 1927 HORSE & SULKY ARE FIRST OVER NEW HIGHWAY 3
November 24, 1927 NEW PAVING IS POSTPONED FOR ANOTHER MONTH 1
November 24, 1927 MABEL LOUISE MADDOX, FRANK CURTIS MCCORMICK 7
December 1, 1927 BOY IS IN LINE FOR "OUR GANG" (MASON, DWAIN) 1
December 1, 1927 TODD BUYS UP ICE PLANT SITE 1
December 1, 1927 AL BASS SMILES AS NEW FORDS APPEAR 1
December 1, 1927 DISPOSES OF INTERESTS HERE (MCFARLAND, J E) 1
December 1, 1927 DRUG STORE STOCK IS SOLD TO EVERETT MAN 1
December 1, 1927 OPEN NEW RADIO STORE IN THE BANK BUILDING 7
December 1, 1927 TODD BUYS UP ICE PLANT SITE 1
December 1, 1927 CAPTAINS NAMED TO RELIEF DRIVE TO START DEC 11 1
December 1, 1927 BOY IS IN LINE FOR "OUR GANG" (MASON, DWAIN) 1
December 1, 1927 ROSE HILL CLUB GIVES HARVEST FESTIVAL DEC 10 1
December 1, 1927 BUSINESS WOMEN PLAN TO ERECT HUGE TREE IN BUSINESS DISTRICT 1
December 1, 1927 STREETS TAKE ON HOLIDAY ATTIRE NEXT WEDNESDAY 1
December 1, 1927 BUSINESS WOMEN PLAN TO ERECT HUGE TREE IN BUSINESS DISTRICT 1
December 1, 1927 ROSE HILL CLUB GIVES HARVEST FESTIVAL DEC 10 1
December 1, 1927 ETHEL MAE KENYON, EDWARD GORDON BROWN 1
December 1, 1927 LENORA BRYS, JOHN R DAVIS 11
December 8, 1927 HOLLY FARM IS NATIONS BEST 1
December 8, 1927 STORES OVERFLOWING WITH CHRISTMAS GIFTS 1
December 8, 1927 WORKERS READY FOR BIG RELIEF DRIVE SUNDAY 1
December 8, 1927 FESTIVAL TO BE NEXT BIG EVENT (HARVEST) 1
December 8, 1927 LOCAL FIREMEN MAKE GOOD CHIMNEY SWEEPS 6
December 8, 1927 STORES OVERFLOWING WITH CHRISTMAS GIFTS 1
December 8, 1927 DECK, JOHN W 7
December 8, 1927 NOTABLE MEET HELD AT LOCAL MASONIC LODGE 1
December 8, 1927 SHINSTROM TO BE LION CHIEF 1
December 15, 1927 HUNDREDS ENTHUSED OVER NEW FORD ON FIRST DAY HERE 9
December 15, 1927 KIRKLAND DRUG CORNER LEASED FOR DRUG STORE 1
December 15, 1927 CHAMBER MEET TO BE DEVOTED TO HIGH SCHOOL 1
December 15, 1927 MORE MONEY NEEDED, RELIEF DRIVE WILL GO OVER TOP SOON 1
December 15, 1927 CHAMBER MEET TO BE DEVOTED TO HIGH SCHOOL 1
December 15, 1927 BUSINESS CLUB TO GIVE PLAY 1
December 15, 1927 FESTIVAL MAKES MONEY FOR CLUB (ROSE HILL) 1
December 15, 1927 CHRISTMAS CAROLS TO BE SUNG AROUND CLUB TREE 1
December 15, 1927 SANTA TO BE AT EAST SIDE MARKET DAY BEFORE XMAS 1
December 15, 1927 SANTA, FULL PACK AND BERLINERS, WILL BE AT LEGION DANCE SAT. 1
December 15, 1927 IRREPRESSIBLE YOUTH WILL HAVE A CARE ON FERRY BOAT HEREAFTER 1
December 15, 1927 MAYOR NAMES WITTENMEYER POLICE JUSTICE 1
December 15, 1927 IRREPRESSIBLE YOUTH WILL HAVE A CARE ON FERRY BOAT HEREAFTER 1
December 22, 1927 REDMOND BOY IS AMONG LAST FOUR IN "OUR GANG" CONTEST (ULMER, BILL 1
December 22, 1927 NEW OFFICERS TAKE UP REINS OF CHAMBER TUES. 1
December 22, 1927 RELIEF DRIVE GOES OVER TOP; STILL COMING IN 1
December 22, 1927 TO RETIRE FROM SCHOOL BOARD (CLARKE, L J) 1
December 22, 1927 COUNCIL ASKS WORK REPORTS 1
December 22, 1927 REDISTRICTING IS UP TODAY 1
December 22, 1927 TREE ENTERED IN TIMES CONTEST; BE JUDGED SAT. 1
December 22, 1927 THIEVES GET NOTHING FROM QUALITY FEED CO OFFICE 1
December 22, 1927 MARTINO, PETER 1
December 22, 1927 KIRKLAND GOLF AND COUNTRY CLUB IS NEWEST ORGANIZATIONS 1
December 29, 1927 BILL ULMER GOES OVER TOP ON HOT OUR GANG CONTEST 1
December 29, 1927 NEW STORE TO OPEN JAN 1ST (KIRKLAND PHARMACY) 1
December 29, 1927 DR SHERWOOD NAMES CHAMBER COMMITTEEMEN 1
December 29, 1927 RELIEF DRIVE IS BIGGEST SUCCESS YET CONDUCTED 1
December 29, 1927 BILL ULMER GOES OVER TOP ON HOT OUR GANG CONTEST 1
December 29, 1927 TREE IS GIVEN RECOGNITION 1
December 29, 1927 BRAY, JESSIE EUNICE 11
December 29, 1927 ISAAC, EMMA B 1
December 29, 1927 NEW HEARING SET FOR BUS LINE PERMIT 1
January 5, 1928 TOWN NOW HAS MODERN BANK 1
January 5, 1928 BROWNS TOGGERY DOUBLES SPACE 1
January 5, 1928 CAREY AND DUNSTONE TO OCCUPY NEW QUARTERS 1
January 5, 1928 NO STONE UNTURNED IN HUNT FOR BODY 1
January 5, 1928 THEATRE CO BOARD CHANGED 1
January 5, 1928 COUNCIL PASSES NEW ORDINANCE ON NEW PAVEMENT 1
January 5, 1928 REGISTRATION BOOKS ARE NOW OPEN TO VOTERS 1
January 5, 1928 AGREEMENTS REACHED WITH NEW STAGE LINE 1
January 5, 1928 GRAVEL WALK IS IN PROSPECT 1
January 5, 1928 ELSONS ARE SNOWED IN AT THEIR MOUNTAIN CAMP; FOOD IS SHORT 1
January 12, 1928 REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF KIRKLAND 6
January 12, 1928 FAMOUS GUNBOAT PRINCETON TAKES FINAL VOYAGE 1
January 12, 1928 FRANK SEIDEL DEPUTY SHERIFF 1
January 12, 1928 TODD IS LIBERAL WITH REWARDS; OFFERS $100 FOR CHICKEN THIEF 1
January 12, 1928 JOHNSON, JOHN 1
January 12, 1928 FAMOUS GUNBOAT PRINCETON TAKES FINAL VOYAGE 1
January 12, 1928 STATE GRANTS BUS FRANCHISE AROUND LAKE 1
January 19, 1928 PUBLIC MARKET FOR KIRKLAND 1
January 19, 1928 PUBLIC MARKET FOR KIRKLAND 1
January 19, 1928 W D BROWN NOW IN CHARGE OF THE GROCERYLINE STORE 1
January 19, 1928 MULLIGAN GETS 2ND APPOINTMENT 1
January 19, 1928 NOTICE GIVEN TO START WORK ON NEW FERRY 1
January 19, 1928 CHICKEN STEALING MENACE ATTACKED BY FEED MAN 6
January 19, 1928 WILLIAMS, JOHN 1
January 19, 1928 POLITICAL POT BEGINS TO BOIL; NAMES POUR IN 1
January 19, 1928 NOTICE GIVEN TO START WORK ON NEW FERRY 1
January 19, 1928 TO ASK LEASE EXTENSION FOR LAKE FERRIES 1
January 19, 1928 COUNCIL PLANS TO PUT LAKE AVE SIDE WALK UP TO PROPERTY OWNERS 1
January 26, 1928 JOIN THE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 1
January 26, 1928 VISIONS HUGE CORPORATE CITY ON EASTSIDE 1
January 26, 1928 SHERMAN HOME IS DESTROYED BY FIRE WED. NIGHT; FURNITURE SAVED 1
January 26, 1928 UNDERWEIGHT SCHOOL CHILDREN EXAMINED 6
January 26, 1928 MACARTHUR JAMES 1
January 26, 1928 HAT IN RING AGAIN (WINTERS, H L) 1
January 26, 1928 PETITION OUT FOR NEWBERRY 1
January 26, 1928 FERRY LEASE EXTENSION UP TO COMMISSIONERS 1
January 26, 1928 APPLY AGAIN FOR BRIDGE PERMIT 1
January 26, 1928 HELEN NEWTON, CORP W I WELCH 1
February 2, 1928 JOHN WESTER TAKES OVER BUSINESS OF L JOHSENS; WELL KNOWN HERE 1
February 2, 1928 KIRKLAND HARDWARE JOINS ASSOCIATED HARDWARE STORES 1
February 2, 1928 RIALTO WILL REOPEN FRIDAY 1
February 2, 1928 CHAMBER DRIVE SHOWING GOOD RESULTS; OVER 100 MEMBERS NOW 1
February 2, 1928 RIALTO WILL REOPEN FRIDAY 1
February 2, 1928 COLUMBIA TAKES ON NEW YARDS 1
February 2, 1928 SCOUTS OBSERVE 18TH BIRTHDAY 1
February 2, 1928 PRESS DINNER WILL BE HELD ON LEGION BOAT 1
February 2, 1928 COMMISSIONERS EXTEND FERRY LEASE FOR SIXTEEN MORE YEARS 1
February 2, 1928 KIRKLAND FERRY SHOWS A LOSS 1
February 2, 1928 LAKE AVE WALK TO BE REPAIRED 1
February 9, 1928 TODD GIVES LIONS FIRST HAND ACCOUNT OF TRACY (TODD, LOUIS) 1
February 9, 1928 TODD GIVES LIONS FIRST HAND ACCOUNT OF TRACY (TRACY, HARRY) 1
February 9, 1928 EMPLOYEES TAKE OVER LOTUS CAFE 1
February 9, 1928 J C PENNEY STORE LOOMS AS PROSPECT FOR KIRKLAND SOON 1
February 9, 1928 KLENERT SELLS OUT BUSINESS 1
February 9, 1928 MODERN KITCHEN SHOWN AT COLUMBIA LUMBER 6
February 9, 1928 MRS BAXTER SELLS HER STORE. WILL LEAVE 1
February 9, 1928 KHS GIRLS' CLUB ADOPT CODE OF DRESS 1
February 9, 1928 SCHOOL CAUCUS NAMES LABARR 1
February 9, 1928 "MEET THE WIFE", HUMOROUS PLAY TO BE GIVEN BY COMMUNITY CHURCH 1
February 9, 1928 LINDSEY, MRS ED 1
February 9, 1928 VANNATTER, JACOB 1
February 9, 1928 450 REGISTER; HOPE TO PASS PREVIOUS MARK 1
February 9, 1928 WILLIAMS FILES FOR MAYOR SEAT 1
February 9, 1928 COUNCIL TAKES FINAL STEP ON LAKE AVE WORK 1
February 9, 1928 MARGARET PATTY, BRYAN COLE FESSENDEN 6
February 16, 1928 FAVRE, MORRIS SOON TO OPEN DELICATESSEN 1
February 16, 1928 KIRKLAND TIRE AND BATTERY SHOP ADD GARAGE EQUIPMENT 6
February 16, 1928 PENNY DEAL OFF UNTIL NEXT YEAR 1
February 16, 1928 FIVE PRECINCTS TAKEN FROM NORTH DISTRICT AND GIVEN TO SOUTH 1
February 16, 1928 TO HOLD SCHOOL ELECTION MAR 3 1
February 16, 1928 ATTRACTIVE BOOKLETS ISSUED MONTHLY BY LUMBER FIRM 6
February 16, 1928 MILLER, PETER J 1
February 16, 1928 REGISTRATION FALLING BEHIND 1
February 16, 1928 TWO FULL TICKETS NOW FILED FOR TOWN OFFICES; CLOSED 1
February 16, 1928 ATTRACTIVE BOOKLETS ISSUED MONTHLY BY LUMBER FIRM 6
February 16, 1928 EDITORS ENJOY MEETING HERE 1
February 23, 1928 NEW MARKET TO OPEN SATURDAY 1
February 23, 1928 CIVIL WAR VET IS HONORED (SMITH, J R) 1
February 23, 1928 BLAUS GARAGE NOW LICENSED AS LIGHT TESTING STATION 1
February 23, 1928 NEW MARKET TO OPEN SATURDAY 1
February 23, 1928 TO FORCE CARE OF SEPTIC TANKS 1
February 23, 1928 MCKIBBEN-RAYMOND MOVE OFFICE TO BANK BUILDING 1
February 23, 1928 JUANITA BEACH TO REOPEN ON LARGER SCALE 1
February 23, 1928 PAUL-BROWN ALLIANCE IS BIG SURPRISE 1
February 23, 1928 REGISTRATION IS SECOND LARGEST TOWN HAS HAD 1
February 23, 1928 LIQUOR CACHE DISCOVERED; SUSPECT TAKEN TO COURT 1
February 23, 1928 JUANITA BEACH TO REOPEN ON LARGER SCALE 1
February 23, 1928 SEATTLE CANNOT PROSPER WITHOUT AID OF SUBURBS 1
February 23, 1928 CIVIL WAR VET IS HONORED (SMITH, J R) 1
March 1, 1928 PROGRESS MADE BY LETTUCE GROWERS LIKE FAIRY TALE 1
March 1, 1928 OPEN HOUSE AT FIRST NATIONAL 1
March 1, 1928 LOTUS CAFE REMODELS 1
March 1, 1928 "MEET THE WIFE" REAL COMEDY KEEPS AUDIENCE'S IN AN UPROAR 1
March 1, 1928 BERWICK, MATT 1
March 1, 1928 LEEDY, HAROLD 1
March 1, 1928 VOTERS TO PASS ON SPECIAL LEVY AT ELECTION SATURDAY, MARCH 3RD 1
March 1, 1928 MOORE FREED ON LAST COUNT 1
March 1, 1928 LUNCH ROOM IS BEING INSTALLED ON FERRY BOAT 1
March 1, 1928 FOUR BIDS ON NEW PAVING 1
March 8, 1928 BANK OPENING IS AUSPICIOUS 1
March 8, 1928 LOCAL SHIPYARD GETS CONTRACT ON S S IROQUOIS 1
March 8, 1928 HIGGENBOTHAM, J A 1
March 8, 1928 OLIVER, MRS CAPT. 7
March 8, 1928 ROBINSON, JACK 1
March 8, 1928 STEWART, JUDGE J H 6
March 8, 1928 HERE IS YOUR MAYOR - TAKE YOUR CHOICE 1
March 8, 1928 VOTERS ASKED TO HEAR CANDIDATES 1
March 8, 1928 EAST SIDE GETS SHARE OF ROADS 1
March 8, 1928 PAVING CONTRACT IS AWARDED TO SEATTLE BIDDER 1
March 8, 1928 HANDY DIRECTORY NOW PUBLISHED 1
March 15, 1928 REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF KIRKLAND 7
March 15, 1928 JUANITA CLUB OPENS ADDITION 1
March 15, 1928 CHAMBER TALK WILL VISUALIZE FUTURE PROGRESS 1
March 15, 1928 EXTRA HEAVY VOTE ELECTS NEWBERRY, GATES, HARLOW, TO OFFICE 1
March 15, 1928 BEACH TO HAVE NEW BATH HOUSE 1
March 15, 1928 JUANITA CLUB OPENS ADDITION 1
March 15, 1928 BEACH TO HAVE NEW BATH HOUSE 1
March 15, 1928 CHAMBERLIN, CHARLES 1
March 15, 1928 COONEY, MICHAEL F 6
March 15, 1928 MCGANN, W 1
March 15, 1928 SNYDER, JACK 1
March 15, 1928 EXTRA HEAVY VOTE ELECTS NEWBERRY, GATES, HARLOW, TO OFFICE 1
March 15, 1928 BEACH TO HAVE NEW BATH HOUSE 1
March 15, 1928 APPROVE NEW FALL CITY ROAD 1
March 15, 1928 PAVING TO BE COMPLETED IN NEXT TWO WEEKS 1
March 22, 1928 JUANITA CLUB READY FOR 31ST 1
March 22, 1928 RESULT OF YEARS OF PLANNING (PHOTO OF TODD FEED BUILDING) 1
March 22, 1928 MILDRED FLORENCE WARREN, EDMUND J BROOKS 6
March 22, 1928 COUNCIL FINDS ORDINANCE ON SEWAGE CARE 1
March 22, 1928 COUNCIL STARTS NEW CAMPAIGN ON PARKING CARS IN BUSINESS DISTRICT 1
March 22, 1928 JUANITA CLUB READY FOR 31ST 1
March 22, 1928 COMPLETION OF SAND POINT AIR BASE ASSURED 1
March 22, 1928 MCGANN, WILLIAM T 6
March 22, 1928 BURKE AND 2ND BEING FINISHED 1
March 22, 1928 PAVED HIGHWAY TO BE COMPLETED 1
March 22, 1928 LOIS ISABEL EDWARDS, CHARLES HARRY ROBERTS 7
March 29, 1928 CHICK RAISING REAL BUSINESS 1
March 29, 1928 JOURNAL AND SEARS BUILDING ARE SOLD 1
March 29, 1928 MAN AND WIFE BADLY BURNED AS BROODER STOVE EXPLODES 1
March 29, 1928 IF THE IROQUOIS BUT HAD A SOUL AND COULD SEE HERSELF TODAY 1
March 29, 1928 ONE "JOB" TOO MANY FOR "RED" (DRESDEN, RED) 1
March 29, 1928 WRITE ABOUT LEGION BOAT IN PITTSBURGH PAPER 12
March 29, 1928 WILL CHANGE BOAT SCHEDULE 1
April 5, 1928 EAST SIDE GETS FIRST FOX RANCH AT JUANITA 1
April 5, 1928 VAN AALST GARDENS MAKE GOOD SHOWING 1
April 5, 1928 CLUB OPENING IS IMPRESSIVE (JUANITA CLUBHOUSE) 1
April 5, 1928 H G VALEN TO SUCCEED RUSSLER AS SKAGGS MGR 1
April 5, 1928 CLUB OPENING IS IMPRESSIVE (JUANITA CLUBHOUSE) 1
April 5, 1928 NIBLOCK, EDWARD FREDERICK 1
April 5, 1928 LIONS TO GET WOODS HOME FOR BOY SCOUTS 1
April 5, 1928 COMMITTEE GETS FACTS ON PLANS FOR NEW ROUTE 1
April 5, 1928 REDUCE RATES ON SOME CARS 1
April 5, 1928 PETITIONS URGE BETTER SERVICE ON CAR LINE 1
April 5, 1928 WORK FOR WIDER ROAD FROM BOTHELL TO LAKE FOREST 1
April 5, 1928 BURR ANNOUNCES PHONE SERVICE EXTENSION 1
April 12, 1928 MERCHANTS ASK FOR HALF HOUR PARKING ZONES 1
April 12, 1928 NEW GAS STATION WILL BE OPENED SATURDAY 1
April 12, 1928 NEW MARKET TO BE OPENED ON SAT APRIL 14TH 1
April 12, 1928 PRATT SELLS BARBER SHOP 1
April 12, 1928 PEARS TO BE BIG PICK AT LOCAL CANNERY THIS SEASON 1
April 12, 1928 STIEFEL HOME IS BURNED TO THE GROUND TUES AM 1
April 12, 1928 COMMITTEE IS GIVEN SUPPORT ON NEW ROAD 1
April 19, 1928 FORMER CALIFORNIA RESIDENT BUILDS HOME HERE (RAYMOND, ELISE E) 1
April 19, 1928 ROSE HILL TO HAVE NEW STORE 1
April 19, 1928 MERCHANTS ASK FOR HALF HOUR PARKING ZONES 1
April 19, 1928 NEW EAST SIDE ORCHESTRA TO APPEAR AT FASHION SHOW 1
April 19, 1928 PATSY WILL ROAM THE SHIPYARD DOCKS NO MORE 1
April 19, 1928 KIRKLAND ROADS WATCHED FOR FOUR ESCAPED YOUTHS 1
April 19, 1928 BROWN, C O 1
April 19, 1928 STIPES, JAMES 1
April 19, 1928 STROMSTED, MRS AL 1
April 19, 1928 ROSE HILL TO HAVE NEW STORE 1
April 19, 1928 CONTRACTORS ASK MORE TIME 1
April 19, 1928 HIGHWAY BOARD ACCEPTS PLANS FOR FALL CITY ROAD 1
April 19, 1928 ROAD CUTS HIT FALL CITY ROAD 1
April 19, 1928 HEAVY WIND OF MONDAY NIGHT PICKS HOUSE OFF FOUNDATION 1
April 19, 1928 WIND LIFTS THE ROOF OFF CHICKEN HOUSE 1
April 26, 1928 PLEASANT VIEW POULTRY FARM EXAMPLE OF INDUSTRY 1
April 26, 1928 COLUMBIA LUMBER TO REPAINT HUGE SIGN 1
April 26, 1928 REST ROOM NOW OPEN IN KIRKLAND CASH MARKET 12
April 26, 1928 LIONS TO AID BLIND PROGRAM 1
April 26, 1928 BOARD ELECTS NEW TEACHERS 1
April 26, 1928 SALE OF 600 FT WATERFRONT IS REPORTED 1
April 26, 1928 OLD SOL SMILES; SPEEDS PAVING 1
April 26, 1928 TRUSTEES ASK PERMISSION TO DISPOSE OF MILL 1
May 3, 1928 NEAR TRAGEDY AS CAR RUNS INTO CHILDREN 1
May 3, 1928 KHS HAS TWO VALEDICTORIANS 1
May 3, 1928 GARAGE ON ELDRIDGE PROPERTY CATCHES FIRE 1
May 3, 1928 COUNCIL HOLDS SHORTEST MEETING ON RECORD MON. 1
May 3, 1928 DR RODOLPH TO OPEN DENTAL OFFICES HERE 1
May 3, 1928 DRUG ADDICTS NOT CRIMINALS SAYS MCKIBBEN 11
May 3, 1928 SELLS INTEREST IN FUEL CO (MILLAR, J C 'CHAD') 1
May 3, 1928 HARTSHORN, HORACE L 7
May 3, 1928 HILLER, MRS PETER 1
May 3, 1928 LAKE STANDBY SOLD BY COUNTY 1
May 3, 1928 WILBURN STONE GET CONTRACT 1
May 10, 1928 WHY NEED WE GO TO BELLINGHAM (TULIPS) 1
May 10, 1928 LANDMARK IS VICTIM OF SUN. MORNING BLAZE (HOUGHTON STORE & P.O.) 1
May 10, 1928 SALE OF BARBERSHOP PROVES TO BE ONLY MONTHS VACATION 1
May 10, 1928 BEST CHAMBER MEETING OF YEAR SLATED FOR TUES 1
May 10, 1928 NEW JUANITA PAVILION TO BE OPENED SAT. 1
May 10, 1928 FIRE DEPARTMENT GETS PRAISE FROM MEMBER OF BOTHELL DEPT 1
May 10, 1928 LANDMARK IS VICTIM OF SUN. MORNING BLAZE (HOUGHTON STORE & P.O.) 1
May 10, 1928 LANDMARK IS VICTIM OF SUN. MORNING BLAZE (HOUGHTON STORE & P.O.) 1
May 10, 1928 GRAVEL CO GETS NEW EQUIPMENT 1
May 10, 1928 NEW JUANITA PAVILION TO BE OPENED SAT. 1
May 10, 1928 NEW JUANITA PAVILION TO BE OPENED SAT. 1
May 10, 1928 CAPTAIN EINER ERICKSON BRINGS BOAT INTO YARDS 1
May 10, 1928 NEW FERRY LAUNCHING TO BE HELD SATURDAY MAY 19 1
May 10, 1928 CAPTAIN EINER ERICKSON BRINGS BOAT INTO YARDS 1
May 10, 1928 NEW FERRY LAUNCHING TO BE HELD SATURDAY MAY 19 1
May 17, 1928 CHECK UP ON CATERPILLARS 1
May 17, 1928 JUANITA WOODMEN OBSERVE 25TH ANNIVERSARY TUESDAY 1
May 17, 1928 MARET JOSTEN (NOT ABSENT FOR 8 YEARS OF SCHOOL) 7
May 17, 1928 JOHSENS TAKES OVER CASH MKT 1
May 17, 1928 CHAMBER MEET EQUALS PROMISE MADE FOR IT 1
May 17, 1928 LEGION URGES VETS TO GET OUT UNIFORMS 1
May 17, 1928 LARGE CROWD ATTENDS OPENING OF BATH-HOUSE 1
May 17, 1928 LARGE CROWD ATTENDS OPENING OF BATH-HOUSE 1
May 17, 1928 NEW FERRY TO BE LAUNCHED SAT. AFTERNOON 1
May 17, 1928 DALY, HUGH (CAPTAIN) 6
May 17, 1928 JUANITA WOODMEN OBSERVE 25TH ANNIVERSARY TUESDAY 1
May 17, 1928 PLUMMER AND MATTILA GO TO STATE MEET 1
May 17, 1928 COUNTY CREW TO PUT IN BULKHEAD SOON 1
May 17, 1928 FERRY SHOWS STEADY GAIN 1
May 17, 1928 NEW FERRY TO BE LAUNCHED SAT. AFTERNOON 1
May 17, 1928 LEGION URGES VETS TO GET OUT UNIFORMS 1
May 24, 1928 TAKES PART IN ROUND-LAKE HIKE (TODD, L D) 1
May 24, 1928 AUXILIARY MEMBERS TO CONDUCT STRENUOUS POPPY CAMPAIGN THIS YR 1
May 24, 1928 FORTY SENIORS TO RECEIVE DIPLOMAS THURS MAY 31 1
May 24, 1928 HERE THEY ARE -- KHS 1928 GRADUATES (PHOTOS) 3
May 24, 1928 ROSE HILL MAY FESTIVAL SAT. 1
May 24, 1928 COUNCIL FIXES PARKING RULES 1
May 24, 1928 "BAINBRIDGE" IS LAUNCHED SAT. 1
May 24, 1928 ALMQUIST HOME RAIDED AGAIN 1
May 24, 1928 CHICKEN THIEVES ARE CAUGHT IN SHERIFF'S NET 1
May 24, 1928 MOORE, ALECK 12
May 24, 1928 ROSE HILL MAY FESTIVAL SAT. 1
May 24, 1928 KIRKLANDS POPULATION ON STEADY INCREASE 1
May 24, 1928 "BAINBRIDGE" IS LAUNCHED SAT. 1
May 24, 1928 COUNCIL FIXES PARKING RULES 1
May 24, 1928 VETS ALL SET FOR MEMORIAL DAY EXERCISES 1
May 31, 1928 CLARKE ICE CREAM LOOKS TO EAST SIDE FOR THE BEST STRAWBERRIES 1
May 31, 1928 NEVER MISSES IN 19 YEARS (GOFF, J B) 1
May 31, 1928 NEVER MISSES IN 19 YEARS (GOFF, J B) 1
May 31, 1928 THIRTEEN GET DIPLOMAS FRI. 1
May 31, 1928 CLARKE ICE CREAM LOOKS TO EAST SIDE FOR THE BEST STRAWBERRIES 1
May 31, 1928 CHICKEN HOUSE RAIDERS ARE STILL ON THE JOB 1
May 31, 1928 COUNTY BASEBALL LEADERSHIP GOES TO KIRKLAND HIGH SCHOOL 1
May 31, 1928 MONEY RAISED FOR PURCHASE OF SCOUT PARK 1
June 1, 1928 COMMUNITY WORKER HONORED (COLLINS, REGINALD H) 1
June 7, 1928 INVENTS LAWN MOWER DEVICE (KNAUF, CARL) 1
June 7, 1928 BLAU CHEVROLET INSTALLS MODERN GASOLINE PUMP 1
June 7, 1928 ROSE BEAUTY SHOPPE ENLARGES ITS QUARTERS; THREATENS JOURNAL OFFICE) 1
June 7, 1928 BOYS! HERE IS YOUR CHANCE TO TAKE A CRACK AT OLD WOODENFACE 1
June 7, 1928 MAYOR SPRINGS SURPRISES IN HIS NEW APPOINTMENT 1
June 7, 1928 BROBST DAMAGE CASE SET FOR JUNE 12TH 1
June 7, 1928 FORBES, PETER 6
June 7, 1928 ENGINES ARE PUT IN NEW FERRY WEDNESDAY 1
June 7, 1928 LAMPING BUSY ON FERRY LINE 1
June 7, 1928 CORRINE SLAGHT, FRED G HOWARD 6
June 7, 1928 DOROTHY WHITMAN, PERCY GRINOLDS 6
June 7, 1928 FRANCES PEARL TURNER, THEODORE C LEWIS 6
June 14, 1928 FRANK VAN AALST IN HIS NEW GARDEN (PHOTO) 3
June 14, 1928 ROSE HILL CLUBHOUSE TO HAVE NEW ROOF; RESULT OF POLITICAL BALL 1
June 14, 1928 KIRKLAND TO FORM CARAVAN - GO TO STRAWBERRY FESTIVAL 1
June 14, 1928 BUILDING COAL, GRAVEL BUNKERS ON CAMPBELL DOCK 1
June 14, 1928 CHICKEN THIEVES ARE SENTENCED 1
June 14, 1928 POULTRYMEN TO ORGANIZE, FIGHT STEALING GAME 1
June 14, 1928 ROSE HILL CLUBHOUSE TO HAVE NEW ROOF; RESULT OF POLITICAL BALL 1
June 14, 1928 BRIDGE HEARING DRAWS CROWD 1
June 14, 1928 MARJORIE COMAN, MYRON E RECOR 1
June 14, 1928 MARY K DOSS, ALBERT N STILLWAUGH 5
June 21, 1928 CARAVAN WILL GO TO BELLEVUE FESTIVAL SATURDAY, JUNE 23RD 1
June 21, 1928 THOUSANDS OF VISITORS HELP BELLEVUE CELEBRATE FESTIVAL 1
June 21, 1928 WILLIAMS QUITS AS FIRE CHIEF 1
June 21, 1928 DR BROBST ASKS FOR DISMISSAL OF CASE 1
June 21, 1928 POULTRYMEN TO GATHER IN SELF DEFENSE; RAISE REWARD FUND 1
June 21, 1928 THIEVES CLEAN OUT JUANITA HEN HOUSE 1
June 21, 1928 BOYD, JIMMY 1
June 21, 1928 NEWBERRY RE-ELECTED PASTOR OF CHURCH 1
June 28, 1928 CELEBRATE 40TH ANNIVERSARY (MARTIN MR AND MRS F J) 1
June 28, 1928 150 CARS IN BELLEVUE CARAVAN 1
June 28, 1928 DICK NYQUIST IS APPOINTED WATER SUPT. 1
June 28, 1928 SMITH, GEORGE 1
June 28, 1928 KNUDSON ROAD CONTRACT LET 1
June 28, 1928 DICK NYQUIST IS APPOINTED WATER SUPT. 1
July 5, 1928 PIONEER DOCTOR ON EAST SIDE TO LEAVE SOON (DAVIS, GEORGE) 1
July 5, 1928 ANDREWS BUYS GROCERY - LINE TO CONSOLIDATE 1
July 5, 1928 TWAS THE NIGHT BEFORE THE 4TH "BIG BOYS" DECIDE TO CELEBRATE 1
July 5, 1928 HOPES FOR CLEW IN (WHITEHALL) DEATH CASE 1
July 5, 1928 POULTRY RAISERS OFFER STANDING THIEF REWARD 1
July 5, 1928 SHERIFF'S RAID IS FRUITLESS 1
July 5, 1928 RING, JULIA 1
July 5, 1928 COUNCIL FAVORS LAKE BRIDGE 1
July 5, 1928 FINAL STRETCH OF NEW ROAD IS NOW OPEN (KIRKLAND-REDMOND) 6
July 5, 1928 JOHANNA ROSEEN, JAMES POWELL 1
July 12, 1928 PARENTS CELEBRATE SILVER WEDDING ANNIVERSARY (PARENT, H D) 6
July 12, 1928 REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF KIRKLAND 7
July 12, 1928 TWO NEW BLDGS ARE IN PROSPECT FOR EAST SIDE (PHARMACY, PENNEY'S) 1
July 12, 1928 COMMUNITY CHURCH TO HAVE NEW COAT OF PAINT 1
July 12, 1928 NOW HAAG CAN TELL WHERE HE LIVES WITHOUT DESCRIBING HOUSE 1
July 12, 1928 ENGINEER'S PLAN WOULD DESTROY LAKE WATERFRONT (PHOTO) 1
July 12, 1928 SWIMMING MEET HELD JULY 19-21 1
July 12, 1928 BABY TRIMMER CATCHES FIRE 1
July 19, 1928 SCIENCE CHURCH NOW FREE OF DEBT; DEDICATED SUNDAY (PHOTO) 1
July 19, 1928 TO PART AFTER TWENTY YEARS (R H COLLINS AND REAL ESTATE OFFICE) 1
July 19, 1928 UNION OIL NEGOTIATES FOR SERVICE STATION 1
July 19, 1928 COUNCIL WILL ENFORCE ORDINANCE ON ALL DELINQUENT WATER USERS 1
July 19, 1928 KIRKLAND WILL QUENCH THIRST OF NAVY AUG 8 1
July 19, 1928 EVANS LOSES SAMMAMISH ROAD FIGHT 1
July 19, 1928 COUNCIL WILL ENFORCE ORDINANCE ON ALL DELINQUENT WATER USERS 1
July 19, 1928 VON CARNOP OFFERS STREET & GARBAGE PACT 1
July 26, 1928 LITTLE BILL ULMER TO BE SEEN AT GATEWAY THEATRE 1
July 26, 1928 REX DRUG COMPANY OPENS NUT SHOP FRI 1
July 26, 1928 CANNERY PLANS TO PACK 50,000 CASES OF PEARS 1
July 26, 1928 DOUGLASS NOW IS "HIZZONER" - NEWBERRY AWAY 1
August 2, 1928 BONNEYBROOK NURSERY SHOWS RESULT OF SIX YEARS HARD WORK 1
August 2, 1928 PACIFIC PACKING CO HAS REAL BUSINESS; (WORLD'S LARGEST HOG FARM) 1
August 2, 1928 CONFIRMATION ON PENNEY DEAL COMES THROUGH 1
August 2, 1928 ELLIS LEAVES UNION OIL AFTER 7 YEARS 1
August 2, 1928 NOT FAST ENOUGH TO GET AWAY FROM THE LOCAL MEAT DISPENSERS 1
August 2, 1928 TO OPEN KINDERGARTEN 1
August 2, 1928 CHECK ARTIST LEAVES DELUGE OF BAD CHECKS 1
August 2, 1928 3000 SAILORS IS MINIMUM SAYS MRS GUY 1
August 2, 1928 MOORE, MRS HARVEY 12
August 2, 1928 SIMPSON, VIOLA MAY 7
August 9, 1928 JACKSON LOOKS FOR EASY TRIP IN 20 YEAR OLD FORD (JACKSON, A D H) 1
August 9, 1928 UNION OIL DEAL DEPENDS ON COUNCIL 1
August 9, 1928 TEXACO OIL COMPANY MAY LOCATE PLANT HERE 1
August 9, 1928 MAD RACE FOR LICENSE LEADS YOUTH TO JAIL 1
August 9, 1928 SAILOR TOUR IS BIG FIASCO 1
August 9, 1928 WEED, MARY JANE 1
August 9, 1928 UNKNOWN LADY LEAPS TO DEATH OFF FERRYBOAT 1
August 9, 1928 BRIDGE BUILDERS ASK NEW ROADS 1
August 9, 1928 ROSE KUNKEL, CLARENCE WILLIAMS 1
August 9, 1928 MATZEN MILL SALE IS AGAIN PROPOSED 1
August 16, 1928 ROSE HILL CHURCH TO HOLD DEDICATION SERVICE SUNDAY 1
August 16, 1928 MRS HANSEN OPENS STORE IN SEARS BLDG 1