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PAGE TWO THE ISSAQUAH PRESS, ISSAQUAH, KING CO., WASHINGTON THURSDAY, OCTOBER 12, '~"~'""~ coast the American fleet could co-i | T A i-][ ~ ~ ~ C~ C~ operate in the Southern Pacific to, THE |SSAuu _ll t'l iS the advantage of both countries." I ~" -" i We have previously stated ourI _ _ .... .Is,- :. . . ::: : =:: ............ .......... : ............ : ..... " " ~ nthe' o :inthe 'e st of llv~ roved to bc real ,nterest,ng,: ............................. [know of on one better post d o I the dr p " g neral co " -== Subscription Rates: I"inside" conditions there than Joseph[ing, show an .unfortunate lack of in-'~_ One ~ear, in advance ........................................ $1.50 Washington Hall, who has spent sight into the conditions governing i u.a Six M,mths, " . ................................................... 1.00 labout twenty years in Japan, Chinalutility operations, t~ ~" Three Months, " . ................................. ~. ................. 75 and Russia, writing under the namei It is true that prices, generally,~i w~ooouma,~vr ---'" : " " 'ii '-~.tssmaiieronO~tob~r 27 1916 at the --ost of Upton Close. About ten year~lhave hit rock bottom. It is like~tJse'_m ~=~ p~ntere(l a~ s{=" II(l-C ~.~' ' ' ; iJ - " d*n fo - . l ........................ t......,~ lago we heard himplea 1 g r tol-ltrue that utility rates were at ba~- m~ .mnmc I Ulh(C It 1~ I([U i/l~ ~llig ~ounty, Washington, u.w::. ~,,,= ,.~,,-.~, v.,. h ,, ~ v ~ w ~ .'s~ ; ierance with Japan. Here is what e~gain levels in the days when other,== ~f ~m' M~'I!'!! 3: .1.~7'J. --:: ..... ._ ::==-- ...... /gave out in Victoria last Thursday t prices were zooming merrily to the!! '' : ..^. ~.5.. - ,. ........ [on his arrival from Japan and the[skies Surveys in 1928 and there-:~ A J~U ][ L~ ~P-, [~I I~., ~ I [ or.. I'- u D I liner | ~ " " ' ................................................ /Hawanan Islands: abouts showed that while the general I ...................... ~'~'~'~'~~~'~" ~ "Japan is now definitely and .me-lprice index was two or more times Il~ CORNED BEEF, Armour s, per can .... MARIE IT S VER : ..... '"" thodically trying to put the Umted the 1931 standard, the electric and w~f,~a~f,~ ~ *.. O .... A .... 1F, 1 E E form of s oidn arm other ~nan tne States out of the Pacific ~icture byl " index " below "~ ~ rl~.l~l~,.,o, ~ ~u o iJ~uHu~, iJ~ ~ ..................... I -P " g ~" gas ra~e was tar . ~.ven . From the rel)o,'~s coming in ther~!niuzzle-loader single shot. Iforce as she did Russia in 1906." lnow utility rates are lower, in corn- ~ CARNATION OATS, large pkg., each ........ 1 seems to be more hunters kdled than! ............. Th~s last suggestion of Mr. Hea~,t]panson to the pre-war standard, than I SOAP POWDER, in bulk, 3 lbs. for ............ big gam( th~ ~( ~ On the subject DISARM? HARDLY is timely and of tremendous impo~-/are rices enerall ...... ~ ~ VT - - ~ ~t ~-- ~' ~ "", ,~ '. s . - , ~ P g Y" t UUI'PI~I~, lvlaxwell rtouse, .~-m. can ~he R~.nton Chronicle intimates we Yesterday's dispatches tell us that[tance. / A utility is in a very different rims-l can go on talking and lecturing i). Germany threatens to follow Japan .......... --[ition from~ the ordinary business IPIG'S FEET ............ quart jar 33c; pint jar, the subject in,lefinitelY, and so wc}in walking out of the League of .N.a-I I Community Church I ]Capital turnover--income in relation[[ POWDERED SUGAR, in bulk, 3 lbs. for .... l can, but why hould w/e? If we want tions, and it is rumored Mussohm ~ ......... " " ~to investment is slow, being abou1,~, ~ra~ ~'Pc ..~.~.1..~-,~.1. o lh~ fn~. co m~ no~( in( ~Huttlon why not at- has assured Germanv his sunnort , "" ^ ~" ' "'v co ' ' ................ I ' "~ ' ' : ~ ' ] - ~ "~ 'Man" riis ~ri~'in Nature and ue~-~once m z, e years, as mpared w,th! - - - ~ v~ ~ t,~ch a nmn~laug'hter p nalty to the/That leaves Germany, Italy and Jap-i " is" the sermon to ic next Su~ once or twice a year in most business t. LETTUCE, California ~ancy neao, each .... " " tiny . , " p - " a~t': That i~ what it amounts to indian without voice in this great peace:day at 11'00 "The proper study of es. Service must be maintained at[i CRYSTAL WHITE CLEANSER, 3 cans .... 1 :~i~ou]dbe dealt with accordingly./tribuna] to say nothing of Russia, ! mankind is man " ]at high level whether business is bad Abou~ the only life some people have a ,'eater ower than all combined.! ~ . . ," ......... I .... -d the c-mnanv can't close its]! intcre~:t in i~ the:r own precious one, Fogging qPite a little problem for E:::y :;n6745at ,o.tIU, ;nris~ian pla:t," as can a manufacturing con- I -- and thtt s the only place you can the League to handle And now Jap- ~ ...... :"" '- - Mean~'' is cern, and await better days And, I l~l~l~llO_l~ U nOAMI"I/ A Iti ,, - | . ' Wnat uoes the ~Ol'd' . ' reach a party of that kind. an places a ch~p on her shoulder and ........ qn ........Th~lwhile the ordinary business makeulE ~~r_ ~r~-II~i~tllllaJ- /'iUUIW dares Russm to knock ~t off. D:s- s ' enough profit in good times to set ])RIVER LOOK AT YOURSELF ....... t ,,-~sibilit~es ~em to be new orche~tr.a will pla~. l .............. ~ illlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll I It "~ t'n ~ the auton obile driver ..... " ...... .~'.~.'~ . :~ I A teach-training class taught by a tup na.no.som.e .reserv~ agu~s~ vau,[ ~--~ . :.' '~ ~ " ~ lgettmg no eerier ~ast. [ ..... ;~h ~ ,,oo~, ~--,-~i~nce is heldlthe UtUlty moustry, even ourmg a .... ~. ., .. .~-- : : b~i: :~ ,:u(,d h)ok at himself. ~ .............. .,,-~ .... v------ ~ boom, is allowed only a very moder-! MORE IMPORTANT NOTIC~ In zne ~uperlor ~.ourt of | - . . . l~r ~ra,~--,T " Ifor your benefit each Thursday eve-I ...... I ,t,^..,,,,,d frnm first va~e) [ of Wa,h,ngton, for King ['( ~'.. ...... n'd Lr~its. and characteris~ics] ......... " "" - -- nine, at" ]" "iv."- ~ate profit, unoer punic regma~ion. ~ ..~'~ .................. ~ ~nx~- mcwuy,~'-t'--- rmm~m,nL " " vs. c f) o r a all A talk by Senator Wagner oz ~ew ~ stanulng I are as much to blare~ (r u pp - . ........... [ v,,, =.ili meet God sooner or later,] Even if we could artificially fores] _. o" .......... a A. McCoy, Defendant. ~ ~ " t. .... h tth I tte as are incom I IOrK Delore ~ne ~merlcan 2e~eralon [ ...... I .... ,. "" I The iOllOwlng are provisions p~,-,~ I Summons b- Publicati~ ]nf~ n]~,,,ay ~. ," * " . . ~ w9 utilit rates lower, ,~ wou,a ava,, US . Y .......... and i"norm(cThe drive,-lof Labor yesterday would md~cate why not no . -.--, - . I ...Y ................ Iby the legislature: 1--Interest ~s re-I No. 266352 p~ence ' g ~ :~' -I - S E ANDERSON, Fastor. notnmg. 1~ woum unmake ~erv~c~,! . ment of delin uent wh ..... ,,- h;ll~ 'rod curves wholthat he ]s aware of the job ahead m] " " I ....... n ..... t .... m,tted on the pay q I The state of Washmgton, (/~(?~,~'t:~ ~lis ~(iu, at excessive s;eeo.s,[reconciling employee and employe~, ~ ]cause une~myme:~,n~--~;nal~eV~n Itaxes of 1931 and prior [years ff pa,d[said Thomas A. McCoy, Def who ho~s the road and drives on the uHteli:ti:te~h:h:;fi:=iko?t~e)tnh::tLfab:: ROUNDAUTP RT~VlVA;::L MiSSlONl:':storas,n:ndm::::ea~hundred ~her un- ~:~hetr MT::elen~93i4f" suc2--dA~i= pe~vi'~l~en n?r~?Yd:;sma~nt! wrong side of the highway, who g ] /fortunate asnects . _ -Iof the first publication of tl "- ........ " ~nd ' ut,' ~n "tad out is thc lBoard, "violates every dictate of good ~ [ .... :~[ "-'-- ~^---- ~ ~,. *hp quent taxes are paid prior zo Decem-Imons, to-wit, within sixty ds ,'~. ...... ~ .... -.~ '~ ~'--"~ .... olicy and exhibits a complete ove~ The Cowboy Evangelist from Mon-[ ~ave~ w~.~ come .u~w;:, ..~ ..,. ~..v ber 1, 1933 a rebate of five per cent]the 5th day of October, 19 (lrl'~CIxA',lo, JIm li3a[Ler ]tow gl't2~tb I11~ 1~ ast, wnen the inoustry Iinus out now ' sl ]l (m;c' '~ l'~"e share of the]sight of the magnificent possibilities!tana is now speaking every night ex-[P . ~ ............ ow ....re !of the original tax will be allowed.[defend the above entitled ( , ': ~'~ ~ ~' ~ . to prouuce anu uenvu[ y ~r IilU bile ~oove ~2nLl~leu COUrt, anG :'5 ~(I ,hsths .... each year. [of our whole recovery philosophy andl cept Monday and Saturday~. He[^.~;. .... ,. o.n .~..o..h, 'Ph.~o i. ,~.IPaYment may be made of any one or[ the comnlain_" t _fo ....... the nlain ............ . ............ - " .-- program." wears his outf,t and g~ves bmeI]='~ ....... ~ -: ....... ,-v..,._.-.... .... "~ ."f I more years ] serve a copy of your answer 1 We have an inkling there ~s to be What has become of the blg :te:Ca~]~ks:t:h%::s?::s p:;t It~: and:,T?::l;::::Zi:d:st~aY1 N:C:'R2nige:eUuc [ _ Partmular attE~i:ni:;tlhl;: :o t:re]U~dtehr:~r~n:dc~t~r~:wYSstfa~rd a bomb thrown into the arena of[we hearu so mucn aoou e ' 1 ,, , ! [fact that i~ auv g PP -! ..... n a n" ht s to ic ~ case oz your zauure so zo with M')vor A ex'~nder assuming thelweeks ago? And does he recogmze Gospel. Last Su d y lg P [ [tunity is not taken before March 1,[ment will be re"a~r^a -" i fo~ the NRA contamed on Why & Christian Should Be Hap offensive. ' [the dynam'te " : ,, - "/ m J. BOOSTER SAYSI 11934, the interest will revert back tO t according to the demand of i ..... ~ ]in a resolution adopted by the Feder-'PY , P " , the regular rate of ten per cent per plaint which, has been filed BhN THE AUIOMATIC brming out real facts A very good ate of dehn uenc clerk of sa,d court lit[on urging members to trade only ' g" ] | " ...... ~ | annum from d ' q Y. I ......... .. tired ~ ~ ~m,~ w~ IRe oDJec~ OI this action It.":'~ said lhat, n the. rush for. the. ~ in retail stores that display union ~ attendance has already been rec " ,] w ~ ~ .-~.,-.~-~/*%~ ~m~-~_......-- ~ ,[ , Another avenue of relief, is. also ..f-I~ ..... o ~._~.~a; ........ ...... huntm~ giound~' ~ "at zr*e. openmg o~].shop cards m" addition'" to the Bluel ~ I [ ~~~ I [ feted to the taxpayer wno ,s unamelsert,'on and abandonment the gvnning season in Wyoming, he Eagle ST JOSEPH $ CATHOLIC @MHURCH I ~ $$@$~'1~/~, ~W~t~ | to make full payment of all delin- plaintiff by the defendant ~ most effective weapon that s(,nte ofl [ .. R~.v. F at~. Ca~z2y, Furor ~1 | ~,l~/|ll~'l~ll4~MO,'M(:~L,, I ]ouent taxes under the foregoing pro-]riod of over one year, and ;~ervlces '~ne llr~l~ ~Unilay eI e&cn ~ , the ~)ortsmen were able to commar, d[AND DO IT NOW] ]--^,,,h .t ~..~a a m All other Sun- [e~"l~4~ IOlVO~ I$ I lvisions, and this too, is offered onlyl g~,oun? o~ non:suppor~, +an a! ~as the bow and arrow. Writing for an Australian paper, m. "Cate,hls'~n evry[ l ~~0tt~ l [ for a limited time, and must be taken t~i~as~herso~lean~se~ar'ate" Therein lies a suggestion tending]William Randolph Hearst suggests a[~,a~.u.rday afternoon at 1:30 for the | {~ ~t6"~D~4 ~MO~ | ladvantage of prior to December 1, the property describe~d in n hsh emmren , I ~ ,~N~~ ~ r hm rovmmn the cur plaint, to have the name of toward the preservation of game. A1- cooperative alliance of the E g" -] , ~ ~ ....... I ]1933. Unde t " p ' " - . " ..... ! ] ~ i t11[-~e,,,,~rv"~v~ I " in full changer to ~e, en murzym th~u~h one eouht hardly force hunt- speakmg peoples of the world. Major D B LETE rent 1932 taxes must be pa,d ' have declared that there ers' back"~ to t,ei bow and arrow, game[Goldenstedt, ranking member of the]JAILS REGARDE O SO "~l[- and an installment of one-twent~et' h munit,, ,,ro,~ert,, " 1 ...... IN NEW SOUTH WALES , n he delin uent ~ ~"v " " would have a better chance, .aws be[Brutish poht~cal service m the Near ] 11 of the total amou t of t q Elder & N,ev ,~implified, a new line of hunting!East, says: . . m .... ] t~ 'taxes of 1931 and prior years, with A tt0orneys for plaintiff. ~, ~,.~,, ..... .~,~ ~o .n.~oa f.,. +h,~l ,,a,,o,..1;.n..~,,.~- ro.,,ember thatI Accoraing o a s~atemen~ issueo ey[ ,~ - Ilk^ installment be[n- due ever-, six pos~omce aooress: ~uv ue~ ,.co ...... ,,:~ w.~m ~ .. ................................. ~ ........... in ~ New SouthI " = = ~ - ~ - Building, Seattle Wash. ~us~ce ~vnms~er mar~ oz d~:'.eh, pmnt of this sport, and every- ~ Japan quits the League of NationsI ..... "~ ..... [ months thereafter until all of the de ......... wales, no more ~allS are ~o De OUll~ one would have just as much fun, Iflin 1935, and .... with developmentI ..... I ilinquent taxes are paid, interest be- of the County Treasurer, in tna~ provlnce the law made illegal the use of anylof naval bases along the Australian] . .', . . I ing added to the unpaid balance at details and any further This remarzame dec[sen is uue to --- ' ] " ' " ] the rate of six per cent per annum will gladly be given. i',~'- the success of prison honor camps in ~'rom June 1, 1933 ; the taxpayer thus R-ememDer" the time which convicts are intelligently grad- the New ed and placed in forests, where hard tasks and plenty of food are given them. Experience shows that a greater percentage than formerly are reform- ed, and besides, the maintenance of camps is cheaper than penitentiarie~ OM Pneumatic TirN The first pneumatic fires, Intro- duced a century ago, were made of canvas and leather. saving the interest that would have accrued under the regular rates on account of the delinquency. Any- one interested in this particular mode of payment should call at the office December 1, 1933, to bate; March 1, 1934, to interest. Sincerely STELLA From Reynolds Coal Mine We are now prepared to furnish all domestic sizes. Our Lump is ideal for furnace or heater. Try a load. Order Through Your Dealer READ the Other Fellow's Ad You ar~ re~lk~ thk ~. That ~ouid coavk~ you that l Iva llal pro tlon; that It will bring bumin~g to Imur totem. The fact that the fellow ~ is prolmbly the rmum~ he k CetU mombm/ m@m ill tilling to ~u. Would it not be well to |ive the other fellow a chnce J J JlJ J II JlJlJ To Read Your Ad h These Columns? m Including MACHINE WORK E. Cedarholm FRONT STREET One-half block south of ighway Ia quah SPECIALS THIS WEEK All Beef Steaks, Pigs, 2 Fancy Pot Roasts ,b. Fresh ,Side and Salt Lb. Ground Beef and Pork Sau sage Lb. Veal Stew, THE FEATHERHEADS A GA RDfli~/ By Osborns W~er~t N~w~ps~,r Ualol Can He Bnbe the Chickens. 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