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March 16, 1933     The Issaquah Press
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PAGE TWO THE |~AQUAH PRESS, iSSAQUAH, i~ING CO., WASHINGTON THURSDAY, MARCH 16, 1933 H I U .... I I I I lUll II|l ill i i iiiil111 " i Ill THE ISSAQUAH PRESS --OFFICIAL PAPER FOR THE TOWN OF ISSAQUAH-- .--r-- -- Published Every Thursday at ISSAQUAH, KING COUNTY, WASHINGTON Subscription Rates : One Year, ,'n advance .................................................... $1.50 Six Months, " + ................................................... 1.00 Three Months, " - .................................................... 75 Entered as second-class matter on October 27, 1916: at the post- office at Issaqual~, King County, Washington, under the Act of March 3, 1879. M. A. BOYDEN .................................................. Editor-Puhlisher ~.~. .. IN ISSAQUAIt Twenty-four years ago this week move his lumher yard to a h)eation work was started at the Grand Ridge'.on the mine spur back of the bank. coal mine after having been elose(i A spirited school election had been for five years. A couple of l)umpsi won by E. E. Pickering for director were reported taken up froln the ol(I over C. It. Putts .... J. W. Wil- mine. This was very good front page i~t'ong of Wadena, Minn., "formerly a news in, that (lay -- and wouhl be resident here," had visited his bro- doubly so today ,ther-in-law, Gee. B. Webster. . . . I On the same page was a piece of]The Tiger Mountain Mill Coral)any quite important news, though not lhed secured a donkey engine for use considered "good." At a meeting of]in their lumbering operations. . . the directors of the Northwestern The people of North Bend had voted M41k Condensit~g Coral)any, it has unanimously to incot'porate their been decided to close down the fac- town. P. J. Maloney was elected a~ ,tory to await more favorable mar-,raayor. The claim of P. J. ket conditions. Smith to the office of county treas- BETTER GET BUSY "Yet the old frontier game of Thomas Gibson had received ere- In another column we give a few faro, honestly conducted, only gave dentials to act as justice of the paragraphs on the proposition of pav- the house a percentage on the split~ peace. . I'osters were out an- ing on the Issaquah-Redmond road which is almost negligible, and the nouncing a St. Patrick's dance to be ORANGES, 288 size, dozen .................. EGGS, standards, dozen ........................ SOAP, 'Liberty White, 10 bars ............ LARD, Swift's, 4-lb. package ................ CHEESE, full cream, pound .................. SALMON, 'Seaport,' pink, tall can ........ ing of the completion of the taxpay- "When they tlsed to do such things ers' organization, an affiliation with as play a handbook or place a bet on the South End Associated, and thus overnight entries in a pool room or enlist their powerful assistance in an even wager with the bookies at the effort to have that paving done at- track, or try a run of luck at faro cording to the budget. And be sure, or roulette, the operators of such re- there m no time to lose " ~sorts as encouraged, the speculative ..... J fever were termed gamblers and STATE GOVERNMENT lusuallythey trooped into police GAMBLING HOUSE KEEPER c 1 I ourt once a month and pa'd a fine, Why should the state of Washing-lwhich went for license. ton go into gambhng, as a legahzed , . " " / ' Of course poker has been regard- business, becoming the partner fled with some degree of tolerance, touts and bawds, and sharing in ill- . even being held at times to be a govcen gains? Itn't it beneath the scientific exhibition of mental skill. d~gmty of a sovereign state, not to o ker ' ' ' But it is a fel ny to bank a po say anything of morals? irame M. M Mattison, keen journalistic " ,,,~" ......... ~ne ololame spor~s, now reuucea 10c 15c 19c 29c 13c 8c analyst of politics, who news reports ...... The Legislature did adopt one biClvetoes, if any ' . . $0 a minor percentage or me popu- . of the Olympm sessmn have been ......... s J* I_J~ of legmlation which will go a longl .---- . lal;lOn~ canno~ unaers~anu ~;nese featured m many Washington news- , ............... I e(rlSlalrlve ! | | ways towards assisting the industrial[ Mrs J D Harris entertained on - . . new aeas, wmcn legallze oe~mg ~-d~) ~ v papers, strops the sophmtry from thin ............. payrolls to stage a comeback, a bill|Thursday of last week with a birth- . ...... .~ on ~ne purees II the m;a~e ls inl;eresl;- ~eg~smuve actmn approves oy t, ov- oa ;.. +he ho.b h, + he. o..o...+h;=# ~e.+~.~e.~e.~.~~~d~~~ which recreates the old three-mere-I day party in honor of Virginia's e o n~a era, ann hems enls adorn- . .......... oer commlsslon Ior nananng incus-lzour~n oirtnaay anniversary. 1 1 t ~ ease ~eatt~e t~usmess tonromc~e By JIMMIE K BROWNE tilts the hd for another $26,132,395 r~ nab e th ng up to the l'ght for what "-- ~ " " ' t "al insurance and provides for three [ , -' _++ = '+ - ;: '1 = r: