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PAGE TWO THE ISSAQUAH PRESS, ISSAQUAH, KING CO., WASHINGTON l THURSDAY, JANUARY 4, THE !SSAQUAH PRESS ---OFFICIAL FOR THE TOWN OF 1SSAQUAH-- Published Every Thursday at ISSAQUAH, KING COUNTY, WA6HINGTON Subscription Rates: One Year, in advance .................................................... $1.50 Six Months, " . ................................................... 1.00 Three Months, " ..................................................... 75 Entered as second-class matter on October 27, 1916, at the post- office at Issaquah, King County, Washington, under the Act of March 3, 1879. M. A. BOYDEN .................................................. Editor-Publlsher AHEAD OF HIS TIME the most difficult things in life is During the active life of William locating properly the line that sep- Jennings Bryan, the writer hears, arates helpful service from minding ,, lane's own business him referred to as a man ahead of ' his time" and as "A Trail Blazer"  -- In the following terse paragraph, LOYALTY Will Rogers hands him a very pretty I The papers are filled with the One Contest In Which FIRE DEPARTMENT Power And Light Won (Continued from fir page) Declaring the order "noL based upon record facts sufficient to sus-!Oct. 16 Kerriston Shingle Mill_25.00 tain it", Thurston county superior !Octbet 21 Orchestra ................ 37.001 court, in a decision filed New Years Day, reversed the state department of public works' order that wouhl force Puget Sound Power & Light company to reduce the wholesale e t- ectric power rate to Port Angeles l)epartemnt complaint was filed o April 3, and hearing was held at Ol- ympia last May 15 16 and 17. De- partment decision was issued July 10 and the company appealed the case to the court July 28. The company, in court, denied un- fair discriminaCon at Port Angeles, because conditions under which the towns of Blaine and Sumas get the lower wholesale rates are dis-simi- lar to those at Port Angeles. gmllillnlllllllmlllllilllllllllllllllll e i GBANGE [] October 2.i A. J. Peters ............ 30.001 m Grocery Specials ;October 24 Stephenson Drug__15.55 I October 2, Orchestra ............... 37.00 I October 31 A. L. Wold Co ......... 30.00 i " -- October 31 Mrs. Fred Allyn....10.001m Navebe;" 4 Orchestra ............. 37.00I November 6 J. J. Lewis ............ 50.00 nn COFFEE, M. J. B., ........................ 3-lb. can November 11 Orchestra ............ 37.0011 SUGAR, Powdered ........................... 3 lbs. November 16 nhrlickson-Har- m TISSUE, Madrona ................................ 4 for rion Co ................................ 50.O0 i | CORNED BEEF, Armour's ................ 2 for November 16 Eerriston Shingle n:ll .................................... 25.00 TUNA FISH, Breast o Chicken ............ 2 for No,,embe, 1G h'icks ............... 15.00!| SOAP CHIPS, in bulk ........................ 3 los. Navebe.: 18 Orchestra ............ 37.00 CHIPPED BEEF, glass jars ................ 2 for November 22 Cimrles McQuade 1000 M MAYONNAISE, Happy Home ........ quarts November 24 Preston Mill Co...10.00 ! FORMAY .... : ................................... 2-lb. can Nov. 24 Grange Mere. Assn ..... 1.75 November 25 Orehestra ........... 37.00 CHILI CON CARNE ........................ per can November 28 R. S. Fringer ...... 7.50 VANILLA, big value 8 oz. November 28 A. L. Wold ........ 50.00 TEA, Golden West ........................ l-lb. pkg. November 28 Brendel Drug .... 1.15 (With each pound one Tea Strainer FREE! November 28 Leonard Miles .... 9.75 SANI-CLOR, pint bottles .................... 2 for 1' tribute" names of the great, some of them . I new to the ear, all demandin atten "Thirty-seven years ago, a long- . .... g .- - _.'__a ............. :a:-- - "a" it;ion an(/ approval, and most oI tnenl hlru yuu.g .,. t, rm.g  u Y-iwolth " " y oI it Lovers of animalswiIi coach out of the West and stud some- " ..... ,, ........ . ..... !drop down to a lover level for a nlng RDOU Ion can  crucify u un .......  -^' .... n* * ...... ,,. I moment and put in a good word for / EO UJL ]gUlU, w(c wt b t, ll wl bll . v  ...... e" it" "o - I tne ew ork fish market cat which, on our orow to De stu(m a w n an u _ .o..., .._, ........ .]having been removed from a burning d u " lDunumg, ran hack to it to get her o bloon. In the meantime silve. was used as the sole medium of ex_]four' kittens. _ , change by over three-quarters of the lur h --o - , waller, on ur Mrs earth s population With us it was/ money, but never official. It just[ Winchell, In Eruption had a slot machine value. So lying * under Arlington's hallowed soil to- I Under the above caption, the Hilo, night must be a satisfied smile, fol Hawaii, Advertiser pays the following it's something to be thirty-seven shady compliment to the brand of years ahead of your government." news put out by Waiter Winchell: , "Hawaii radio fans listening in on THIN LINE a mainland broadcast Sunday night On a road leading into Washington heard Walter Winchell, broadcaster the police chased a car containing a deluxe, amateur pugilist, scoop the The teachers of the Preston Sun-November 29 Orchestra ............ 37.00 CLEANSER, Holly 4 cans December '2 Orchestra ............. 37.00 ............................ day school gave a surprise party in t . December 8 Mutual Grocery .... 2.00 honor of Ernest Fredeen at his home  , [ .... I BEST FOODS MAYONNAISE: ........ uecemDer '3 urcnestra .............. 37.00 [ == last auruay evening, buncn wa , -- serve Mr. , s I Devember 12 Issaquah Press ...... 21.171 = Quarts d and Fredeen a. present- , .................................................... . December 12 Brendel Drug 1 20[ ed wth a remembrance for hs faith-I ........ " ..... . ":. Pints ........................................................ l)ecemoer 12 lssaquan l'eecl be. l,U ful work m the Sunday school, i ............. I Half-Pints --- ,oeeemoer 1 errlson Shingle m ............................................. The annual business meeting of the I " '" I Mill .......................................... 21.25 : lllllUlllllllllllllllllllll lllllllllillllllll church was held at the church Mon-!Decembe r 12 Assoc'd Student t  day afternoon. Officers for the en-  " " 4 00 I ------ -- ..... ..... t ooy ....................................... :physical conflict By means of ra- =,,.v c..ut,sulngyearwereeece memgUpperwa December 12 Mrs. Fred Allyn_...44.00 die, th.'bells of London have been _ l,l l-vv tl IDecember 16 Orchestra ............ 37.001... ,. -'; ; *h  front ,,arlor Mr. and Mrs Oscar Forslund andjDecembe r 23 Orchestra ............ 37"001F'::tballgaLesean be followe step AND CREA daughter of Hoquiam spent the NeW[Decembe r 24 Orchestra ............ 41.00 b-" ste and the turmoil of political Phone F244 Year holidays with Mrs. Forslund's  "  2  Ehrli k Harrison I a v, ............... r ts "'r . . .... i uecemoe" o c - I conventions can be heard from the auw .v pa en , v . an hrs. . ,,awms Company 50 001 . A large number of Preston people !'ecember 3/-Orchestra .............. 37"00 leasy'chalr at home. People. who Issaquah Valley attended the bazaar and dance held i December 3; Orchestra .......... ;-32"00 i formerly took a ride on the railway " ............ ,once a year now cross the state by at the Vasa Hall in Upper Preston n December 31 Check Tax .......... l'161auto on a Sunday afternoon's drive, required to run the federal New Years Eve. The radio, which l Rural folk who used to welcome a for the year 1934-1935, and was given away, was awarded to Jesse Total Disbursements $1769"00  chat with the driver of the passing to speak their piece. Taxes Kelly of Fall iCty. woman who appeared to be gagged, stopped the vehicle at pistol-point, and gathered in the occupants. When the lady's head was unbound and her mouth cleared, she was able to state that she had a toothache. One of Seattle Stages One Way R, Trip issaquah ................. 75 1.25 world on the "terrible disaster on the Mrs. E. Edwins entertained the Island of Hawaii " , ....... ,, .... " ........ members ol ner bunoay scnool class lney learnea Ior tne Ilrs time at a -art- at her home Fria that "thousands were fleeing from nin P y .  . u y eve- i .. _ . . __. g. L, ames anu reresnments were l their nomes as mauna oa sent xorn en ....... ......... ,, 3eyes by tne girls. a aestrucclve stream ol molten lava ............... ..... _ _ ,,..,, . r. ann mrs. unarlle KOglUn(1 an(:[ -having neard the ulr zrom ..... family of Richmond Beach wslted Mr. Winchell,. the radio .fans. called 'relat'ives n'ere over tne .... noli'aays. The Advertiser for verification and learned that although the eruption at BETHEL MISSION Total Rece'pts .................... $1989.22 Total Disbursements ............ $1769.00 Balance on hand January 2, 1934 $ 220.22 WASHINGTON . . vehicle today have to retire to the wood lot for a little quiet. We have been so busy with the business of acquiring an experience that we have had no time to draw any lessons from it. It has been said that Shakes- peare's plays could only have been . CURRENT . . the result of a first-rate mind work- . . COMMENT!ing upon a first-rate experience. We . l have seen and heard many things, The wisest men of the land have but the mind, whether first-rate or will be in order. We can taxation, even though prerogative of grumbling still retained. There is lion in the assurance press money will be So long as a dollar the folks who pay the bills can get along Sometimes the Hieh Point ............ 1.00 1.S0 Proton .................. 1.0S 1.S8 (All Round Trips Bear 90-Day Limit) LEAVE ISSAQUAH S:IO a.m. *12:20 noon 3tSO p.m. Extra Sundays, Holidays, 8:10 p. m. LEAVE SEATTLE :30 a.m. "1:38 p.m. S:IS p.m. Extra Sundays and Holidays, 10 p. m. *Daily except Sunday Mokuaweoweo was still going strong, no one was fleeing. As a matter of l. Sunda7 school at 10:00. Preaeh- ing service at 11 00 a m and 8 00 fact they learned that instead of flee-] : : Young People's meeting at 7"15 ing, the people of the Big Island were l i rushing to get a good look at Mad- 8 M dweek meeting Wednesday at ame Pele's spectacular show"The I :00 p. m. ,, A GALBRAITH, Pastor Greatest Show on Earth. " Translatlne Tacltus In spite of the great difficulty of the task, Taeltus has been many times translated; the number of the versions of the whole or part is stated as 393. . l been unable to assign a satfactory tenth-rate, has had no opportunity to cause for the state in which the coun- work upon them. Perhaps the coun- has found itself for several years, ! try is sick at the stomach, due to an try but there is no reason why anyone undigested experience, gobbled too seem to get along best in A merchant who is had a thousand dollars change sacked up for Britain's Temperature If the average temperature of the British Iles decreased only seven de. grees Fahrenheit, Great Britain would soon become, as It once was, a land of snow and le.--Pollier's Weekly. 1 [ I __L I I PUGET SOUND POWER & LIGHT COMPANY I'LL SAY WE HAVE COMPETITION To our CuStomers: On the theory hat we are a monopoly we are regulated in one way or another by local, state and federal authorities. Now, as a matter of fact, the only monopoly we seem to have these days is in the many kinds of competition, fair and unfair, with which we have to contend. If the power business ever was a monopoly, those days are a thing of the past, A monopoly is defined as "the exclusive right or privilege of selling or purchasing a given commodity or service in a given market." We have no exclusive franchises, no exclusive use of streets, or anything else exclusive. , Our business is competitive with other kinds of fuel and power, such as gasoline, wood, coal, oil, gas, and by-products from manufacturing operations, like waste heat and saw mill refuse. We just can't charge any kind of rates and meet this competition. People use our service because it benefits them to do so. We realize that the only way we can stay in business is to render to the public a better service at a lower cost than can be obtained in any other way. On top of all this natural competition, we must at all times face the threat, if not the actuality, of the worst kind of ompetitionthat of government in business. It is not only competitiveit is also oppressive in that governmental agencies reserve for their business activities advantages not given to their citizen competitors. Bit by bit, day by day, this competition becomes more deadly, more serious and unfair, because governm/mt is making the burden heavier for private utilities and lighter for their own operations. Just suppose your competitor was set up in business and perhaps an outright gift of taxpayers money (including our own) helped to finance a substantial part of the cost of his enterpriseand the balance was supplied by tax-exempt securities backed by gdvernment creditand that he didn't have to pay the many kinds of taxes you had to pay. How would you like it? Now, frankly, wouldn't it put you in a tough spot --give you something to be concerned about? In the old days when taxes were not such a tremendous burden this advantage on the part of government ownership did not bulk so large, but in these days. when for every $2.00 we spend for pay roll $1.00 must go for taxes, it makes a whale of a difference. Sincerely, : P. S.--Better watch out. Maybe the big, bad wolf will tro blaw your house down ", some day ! . " k';/- " SAY dial" WE HAVE ""''"' 411[lk. COMPETITION C_. :/ X Ill I l l Ill l Ill [l l .., ,,, ,,, should not tender his views on that rapidly, too bulky to handle, subject, provided that he does so withl * * * smacked down by a hold-up becoming modesty. A great deal has Should old acquaintance be forgot;; Ileft in possession of his fur happened during the two decades last[Some are not likely to be. Balancing I t passed. 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