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PAGE TWO m THE ISSAQUAH PRESS ----OFFICIAL PAPER FOR THE TOWN OF 15SAQUAH-- Published Every Thursday at ISSAQUAH, KING COUNTY, WASHINGTON Subscription Rates : One Year, in advance ............................. $1 50 Six Months, " . ................................................. 1.00 Three Months, " . .................................................... 75 Entered as seeon~l-elass matter on October 27, 1916: at the post- office at Issaquah, King County, Washington, under the Act of March 3, 1879. d M. A. BOYDEN .................................................. Editor-Publisher WE EXPECTED THIS. How is this for a come-back at our dissertation on the family "bread- winner" last week? "Most husbands, otherwise thoughtful, are inclined to be unthinking- ly selfish in one respect. We cook our husbands' meals day after day and we do not have a day of complete rest like our husbands, the so-called "bread-winners" of the family, ttow about a day.0f rest fm the "bread- bakers" of the family? "Why not take the wife and kiddies out for dinner on Sunday? It would give us a chance to taste other cooking besides our own and give us a vacation." We are not surprised at this article and would like to hear from some one else on the subject, perhaps in answer to this. Come on and air your views. Sign the article, but we will omit the signature unless you ask to have it l~ublished. On this or any'other subject. We are sure there are a great many people here who would like to broadcast their views. We would be glad to help them along. There are.two things, both quite< common, that you can well afford to pay no attention to- abuse and flattery. The first can't harm you, the second can't help you. You hear comments, especially on days when the sun is shining, about the additional length of the days being already noticeable. As a matter of fact, today is twenty-three minutes longer than the first day of the year. The sun rises four minutes earlier and sets nineteen minutes later.I But from now on--well, the (lay must stretch out six hours during theI next five months. I THE ISSAQUAH PRESS, ISSAQUAH, KING CO., WASHINGTON by I TOPNOTCHERS "'AS A MAN THINKETH." If inanimate things eou~ speak, the commonest old mirror in the world might, in emulation of George Washington, exclaim, "I never told a lie." While ~vashing ~p Thursday evening after the press-day grind we happened to catch a glimpse of a picture in our mirror which caused us to wonder if we had carried that "map" around all day. If, and when, that thought is prompted through the picture you be- h01d" in your mirror; when you realize that you are building into your There's an inward foe that stealeth all the joys of life away; If a doleful frown is spreading from the eyebrow to the chin Till you feel as though you're dreading just to take one more squint in. If these sights are so distressing that they give you inward pain, Causing grief instead of blessing, smile awhile--then gaze again! Take the mirror and arrange it where the eye can always see, Then you'll have a chance to change it to the thing it ought to be; For the architect )vho's moulding what you're seeing in the glass Is the person who is holding it as days and hours pass. YOU can change the features gleaming from the mirror on the shelf, For you're neither stunned nor dreaming; you are gazing at yourself. , , ,,1 ii i i I' Beasts' Once Summoned Before Judicial Courts Anions carious lewtl cqses befe.re the em~rts, few bear comparison w~th tln,se r(,'orded in bygone days, whcB suil>q were really heard agahist the lower creation, says the I,aw Journal of l,ondon. While it Is dilficult to sap- press merriment over the quaint ideas of our ancestors, regarding the culpa- bility of animals, there is no doubt that the.triMs were viewed seriously. The warrant for holding animals amenable to the law appears to have b~,~m taken from the Judaic law: "If an ox gore a man or woman that they die, then the ox shall be surely stoned and his ~]esli shall not be eaten ; but the owner of the ox shall be quit." Following this co'remand Moses pro- ceeds to enforce the doctrine of the responsihility of the owner of a dan- gerous aninml and to insure his due punishment in the event of his witting- ly allowing a harmful beast to run loose. These Injunctions, therefore, which sound so strange today, were pursued more. or less to tim letter in medieval Europe, and, extraordil~ary tbough it may seem, in Frgnce and other European countries animals In general were held to be amenable to law until the middle of the Eighteenth century. By the old law of France, if a vi- cious animal killed a haman being and It was proved that the owner knew of its propensity to attack peo- ple and suffered the beast to be at large, the owner as Well as the ani- mal was hanged. Blood Combination That Has Bred Moron People The name "Jackson Whites" prob- ably was formed from the words Jacks and whites, a Jack being a hybrid. The Jackson Whites of New Jersey are a mixture of negro, Indian and white blood, showing all possible combina- tions of the traits of these three races. The historical records of the subject show that a number of the freed slaves settled in the Ramapo mountains, where they were Joined by occasional whites of very low standing from the surrounding eomnitmltles. Just how the Indian blood is to be ae- counted for Is uncertain. One theory i ls that some of these freed slaves were Indians, as it Is a well-authentlcated fact that at one time some Indians I were held as slaves. Another theory Is Illusions! Keep them---keep them as long as you can!I that these were Indians who Joined Illusions this group of people Just as the low- After losing them you may continue to exist, but you cease to live. character the sentiment there expressed, are you not challenged to bet-I ter thoughts, that you might I;etter build? I The Issaquah Independent of Jan- May we ask your indulgence while we say it this way: uary 15, 1909, contained a write-up As you're gazing, fondly gazing, at the mirror which you see, You'll observe no more amazing things than you'd expect would be. Nothing startling or deceiving, just a face--a human face; Not a reason for believing any feature out of place. If the eye appeareth greedy or the nose is blushing red And the chin is somewhat seedy when it should be smooth instead; If the telltale glasN revealeth cruel lines that seem to say, Your Bills , --and thus have a record Of each and every amount expended, to- gether with a 'receipt for the exact amount paid? If not, you need a checking ac- count with this bank. It is the saf- est way, the most conenient and satisfactory method of transacting all business payments. We will be pleased to have you make'this bank your place of de- posit ............ Per Cent [nterest Issaquah State A ,STRONG BANK Issaquah, Washington of an occurrence which has figured so prominently in the commercial in- terests of this community that we feel justified in quoting the article in full. It follows: "Beginning Sunday morning the plant of the Northwestern Milk Con- and is now employing nine people and putting up thirty-five cases per day of condensed milk of the best quality and by the most improved methods known to the industry. "Thursday milk receipts amounted to 2700 pounds, a large number of those pledging milk not yet having completed arrangements to deliver to the Condensery, though the present output very nearly pays operating expenses. The plant has a eapaC:y to handle ten times the present re: ceipts of milk. On the whole, the start made is very encouraging ::::i with the increase in business that wig! i ii i F. h. FISHER, FUNERAL DIRETOR FULL LINE of UNDERTAKING SUPPLIES Our most considerate attention is at your disposal at all times Calls answered day or night ISSAQUhH, WASH. Phone M 212 I I I III I I I II I U ... IN ISSAQUAH logically follow the operation of this plant, the community will receive large benefits. "Mr. Cook, the expert in charge, L. H. Smart, superintendent, GeorgeI Coutts, Albin Ek, Dave Lewis, George1 Pedro, Mr. and Mrs. Allewelt of Au- burn and Mary Pedigana are now em- ployed at the plant.'! I The weather at that time was stilli )n a "high Sinks," the thermometeri having registered a low far the pastt twenty years at 2 above zero. Thist hadh' b;:TmfO:~?=ed. . . by a "Chinook"I The Bank of Isaaquah had received[ a Manganese steel safe which Mr.I Sylvester said" would defy yeggmen" for an all-night trial .... On the vote two county commissioners P. J. Smith had been appointed county treasurer to fill a vacar/cy ..... A shipment of condensed milk had been made to Seaside Oregon .... A coal and wood famine existed in Issaquah due to the extreme cold weather. Refer this to any . ~-H Club Member II fir I grade white people Joined them. As far as mentality goes the average mental age is from nlne to ten years. In other words, these people are practi- cally all of the moron level of intelli- gence.--Washington Star. Fascinating Word The word "kaleidoscope" ts orth- ographically fascinating, almost alpha- betically picturesque. It is no won- der, then, that "kaleidoscopic" Is a favorite adjective with critics, Jour- nalists, and other writers. Some- times it is well used, but often Its precise meaning Is forgotten or n$g- lected. The definition given in Web- ster's new international dlctlonary re- minds one of the popular children's toy : An Instrument invented by Sir Da- vid Brewster, which contains loose fragments of colored glass, etc., and reflecting surfaces so arranged that changes of position exhibit Its con- tents in an endless variety of sym- metrical varicolored forms. Its fig- ures have been much employed In arts of design." Slow to RecoInlae America On February 6, 1778, signatures were affixed to a treaty of commerce and a treaty of amity and alUa~ce be- tween France and the United States. The definitive treaty between the United States and England was signed at the end of 1783. Although Fred- erick the Great wrote Franklin ,that he probably would soon follow France In recognizing the United States In 1778, no recognition was extended uu- ttl about 1786. A treaty of peace and commerce was signed with the Neth- erlands In September, 1785. A treaty, of peace and friendship was signed by Morocco in January, 1787. A treaty had been signed ~th Sweden in April, 1783. I Deahrs have entry blanks for The NOPCO XX TEST to help ira. prove poultry flocks and profit. February 2~ 193~ is the last day, IMPORTANT TO POULTRY MB~I AND TURI~Y GROVf~RS Thins a I~ED TBST--NOT a Writing Contm~. ~ PURPOS]~--to satidy yourself, in your way, ou you~ ram:h, regarding NOPCO XX Then Ills your remdt~on wmpplnll , piper, ifyou like. Form is of no _c01~lm- quence. Sign up with your ~ for - the FEBD TBST whethe~ you wt4te " letter or not. You can do M fou plsI~ about that. ~. THURSDAY, JANUARY 19, 1933 "It Pays to Look Well" PAUL'S BARBER SHOP Special attention to Ladies' and Children's haircutting --o-- Shaving Material --o-- Sunset Highway, Issaquah. DR. WILLIAM HOLLAND DENTIST # Office Hours--1:00 to 6:00 Daily Also Evenings and Sundays Phone 602 Issaquah, Wash. HILE'S BARBER SHOP .O Efficient Tonsorial Service for all Members of the Family o Front St., -- Near Bank PURE RAW MILK AND CREAM Phone F244 MORNING DELIVERIES Issaquah Valley Dairy D. W. HUME BARBER SHOP Cleanliness, Civility Good Workmanship SHOWER BATHS FRONT ST., ISSAQUAH ATTORNEY ) J. LAEL SIMMONS | In Issaquah Evenings - Saturdays/ Phone 593 Evenings I Phone, 43 Saturdays J Greenwood Cemetery Greenwood Cemetery has single graves as low at $I0 to $20, not perpetual care, but some care. Perpetual care graves, $25 to $50. Concrete markers furnished with each grave, free. Telephone 208 RENTON, WASH. , Including MACHINE WORK E. Cedarholm / FRONT STREET II One-half, block south of Highway Issaquah IiIIiIlliliIllII|I 6; JELLO, 3 packages for ................................ 19c (Four Molds Free) KLENZQL Blmiches Clothes, pint ........ , ..... 9/: EGGS, [~ndards, dozen .., .................. . ........ 11~ SOAPliLiberty White, 10 bars .................... 19~ ORANGES, 2 dozen for ......... ...................... 2~ CARNATION OATS, packago .................... 19c SUNBRIGHT CLEANSER, 3 for ................ 10c FOLGER'S COFFEE, pound ........... : ............ 29c , (One Novelty ~etective Free) SNOWDRIFT, 6 pounds .... : ......................... 79c , CALUMET, pound ........ ..................... ........... 2Sc