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Issaquah, Washington
June 24, 1921     The Issaquah Press
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I-- MILL WOOD lletivered Arlywbere Telephone Orders at Our Expense lllGrl POINT llllLt t70. INTERESTING NEWS OF THE STATE, aension oxanlilliI] Stll&apos;gcon ll.| V:iECO'd- I/or. In ('tnrk, eouiy ber., is pr,";,,ry worth $77L2,556 that s (-xcnlpr Irom taxation More ll.aB 1000 Eaales altended tile slate OOllVpn[ioll a[ Alor(tepll Monday tud Tuesday. A school cvnsll.  shows lhH tile]'(, are , :" ifi] 1HCP_IC el the Lewis d!," x }ki:' Bi' (tit !'S' club will bE } ,d dtP, y 27 at the southwest Wh- i:, "u: fair grounds midway between I' . lit Its and ('entralia. ),I":. :Vary Kinkela. aged 26. was btl!!t(1 To deatll ill her home near Ta- e:::>.;, ilcr clothing and bed were sai- it[';t: { \\;\'.h kerosene. It is thought To be a ease of suicide. [)relating that bad roads cnused the luo to upse killing Harold ttowelast IS3 children ill t)dcssa ages of 4 and 2t According lo Henry i)ruln, snperin: tendent of tile \\;Va.<qiington state game farm. g000 pheaauts will lie hatched this year. l.unlber shipments by rail froni Aberdeen mills during May totaled 10,- 177,0t10 [ot?l. showing an increase of more than :L000.{H)I'} feel over April. Between 10 ll!d 15 per t',,,llt (Jr lhe 1920 wheat t'Fof rtqll;t!l?:4 il! lilt" I/llltiS of tile farlncrs, act-el lil TO eS!iill:H,> b!:[WCOll 1.11,  t l ",;b r. i?Aith ttowe, the widow, ha ,:t![cd a/lit agains; XVhitnlan county, a::ing 250tl0 damages. Beck.use be violated his oath by serv- i]g four years in the German army the federal court at Tacoma i'.; asked to cawel tile eiHzenMfip of Itans Vred- crick Kurttl of that city. 3taslon .loilnSOn aged 54. a nighl W::('hlnlI1 at Vaverly. yeas shot tO ,afli by burglar whenl he discovered :. ,h ac, of robblllg tile Waw.rty Au- [I t )}:i-' 'Olltl)a|tY'S gel'age. ,II;IIFIVtFI(Ill district has bioll :[ (i HI ()iallO:tl;l l,lld plans et)nl- DI, +'(I !WI" UF/t(Jl!l ;tll(l stlr|'.(,iq lltd si(lcwalks on ltill,, bk:cks of til vcsilent'v SeclioIl. ['itql(Ol'S fFOnl all parts of central \\;\:.:hington attended the llth annual I' '.Hioll and picnie of the Alder Creek pearanee of his wife with his two eiliV liven. illnt of \\;Vashington Slate eolh - a; Pull man. NotMng has 1)ten tleard of the as- Itassin of Benjamin i,ieh. Ridgefield cuncltman slain in his home Sunday ltlght, June 5. t{.ewards now offered_ total $1600. Seventh Day Advenlists. in a]lnllal session al College Plao', n,ar Walla Walla, voted ,2..000 to purchase build Jogs rellted at Gl'angev tar tlie Yakima valley :'- "<Jemy. dl four Camp Lews sol(liers charg- ed with lba nlurder of Karl t. Timb>, Tacoma /axicab driver. May 8. h:-, prise :merit for life. Three o the four Anmpolis nivai will he open to competition aznog the , young men of the 10 counties of South- western Washington. Representative Summers has intro- (lueed a bill in congress appropriatin'a $50.000 to acquire a site and (.ontruc: building for the Indian agency on the Yakima reervation. Estimaling tilat il costs $1,16 a yem" tO nlainI:tlll {Hie grounll squirrel, u eampa,gn to eradicate the pests is be- ing eond/wled ]n lhe Okanogan section by tile fal'nl bureau. In as',('rn Klickitat county, Tuesday. ,:. ,,;;a tvel" lht' death of tier ]IllS- " .\\;I;lt:i t'nJ' ,f ,'4PJHle WtlI],:. t'(:. :1!7;) :i: W(H21ClI'N washF(/onl at the !il,'"!l:t,a:l Sa[iOll and kith, tl 1.<' :t:f i; sl,lshing her throat with a I'/',Z OF. l'rivt,' L." Havaux died at Camll IJ v,i.,; /ro.,n injuries received wilen all or: v I us crashed into a stone hastion :; !1 (q:l)-Ip erllrance. Tllero were 311 So,iiiels ill ill(' ear, and 12 were ln- jurctl. .Members of liw Rinehart clan gath- er('d :it \\;Valla Walls for their 20th an- lm:l con!rico las week. over 100 beiug tr attt'ldatl(.e. There are 400 members o 'the organization, scattered from 5!em;:na lo ('alifornia. with a few re- sidim= in the east. All are descend- ,, relanves of Louis aud Eliza- l,h ltinehal'L wile came to Wail ",-:.ila ill 156;. "t''P L-'I'ilIS and loan eonveii- 9'n v W,i wi!i lneet ill Aberdeen Au- ,<\