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L PAGE TWO .......... THE ISSAQUAH PRESS, ISSAQUAH, KIN~ CO, WASHINGTON _ ..................... THURSDAY, OCTOBER 26, 19 URS/ ml- ............ ~Y ~/2 ~, I EDITH MAY WILKINSON 'clerk of said court IT PAYS--To read and usef~ w v t r~ , u ~ w c~ t'~ a I-~ s a m w r~ ir~ ~ ~ ~ ; I r~,,_.~L---j$~ ,,Nl~ Mrs Edith May Wilkinson, wile . .The object of this action is to oh- saquah Press want ads ~_.lt~l I ~ 1 ." " . . . :gain a Ulvoree on the grouna oI we- "" :, l 1 11 != I bbA U U A rl t' KI= 51 H( )llIF IllAK i [of Richard C Wilkinson, died Sun-,sertion and abandonment of the , "- [I ~n~---.:~.. )].~.~'~2~ ](lay, October 15, at the family home i plaintiff by the defendant for a p,- i 1-~ ~xr l_lri1uIr2 |of t~ --OFFICIAL PAPER FOR THE TOWN OF ISSAQUAH-- ~1 " -'~ **'~~* - at Tiger Mountain. riod of over one year and on the Le. VV. ~u~vxza |~_~ ______ ....... =.T~_---'_-_==" ..... =: - ....... ------=_----'= ........ ~--------= ~ THE USE OF SALT PORK Mrs Wilkinson was bran June 30 I ground of non-support, and to have B a.RBER SHOP |~urs_ ~ { ..... ssl. s-'s'nP'o * .... ' awarded and set aside to the plain- " . me il 1 Pubhshed F, vcry Thursday at ~/.Ma,th,a E. I),~., al, @m.;!a.t .) -1t8,30, in North Dakota. She ,s suP- tiff as her sole and separate property [" ------- l'nLn t ISSAQUAH, KING COUNTY, WASHINGTON ! i tessor o~ tiome ~,conomms at ~ne um-]vived by her husband, two sisters in i the property described in the corn- ] Cleanliness, Civility ~ -~. 1 ............ 1 !versity of Washin~*ton, says: North Dakota and a brother in Ta-iplaint, to have the name of plaintiff / Good Workmanship ~wiew .........( ~,,l~,.~;,,~i~,,~. ...... ~ates. "~ tl " .... lust now salt -nork is, a ver~. pop- .I cuma .... ' ., changed to Helen Burzyn,ka,. and to -- I ,:~he i One Year in advance .$1 50 ~ ular food due to its h)w price, main- w..--.'al .~er~ices were held at Corn have..declared that there is no con,- [ .~II-l(~W]~,]:~ tlATI-Ig [,h,ng , , ..................................... t ! , . . . . ~'u.,:,, - " munlty property ~*'-" .. ~-~- "-"*~-~ i Three Months, " . ............... : ................................... 75 ~ ~'ent 4(;7 carh)ads of salt pork to re-[of floating' folh)wed by interment in[ Attorneys for plaintiff. Office and ] FRONT ST ISSAOUAH ~P,)int Six Months, ' .................................................. 1.00 l.ly. [he l, arm Adn,mlst,'at,on haslmunity church, Rev. S. E. Anderso,, El,ier & Nievinski, / ~ " !. tl. .......................................................... } i lief agent es all over the country this~)~m;ao eornotor~ F h ~ishor fu I postoffice address: 705 Dexter Horton I "' "~ - ..... t Entered as second-class matter on Oc;tober 27, 1916: at the post- ~ istate receiving 13 carloads. I ..... ~ ,~;..oot,,. W.,Ino~dn. tho 18th IBmldmg, Seattle Wash. 10-5 11-9 lnur~ 1 office at Issaquah, King County, Washington, under the Act of }! ttere a "e a few recipes showing] ............. ' ........... - ......I .......... ~j an(~ ...... 2.(. ~: ........ ~. . ) . IEIEIEEEIEEIEEEEEEEIEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEIEEEEEEEEEEEll~ wet ivlaren 3, l~l.). } itnat it is really an aii-arouna meat: [Notice of Hearln~ Final Re~ort andiU | --- i ...... --=~---: .... -=-=:---------=- ...... -- ....... =-- .... ~[ Baked Salt Pork and Potatoes [ Petition for Distribut,~n It ~ ~ ~d~ ~ I ~ ~ l, (;" ( M.A. BOYDEN .................................................. Editor-Publisher tI Soak 'l piece of leanpork overt In Probate No. 55838 |N ~ ~ ] I ~ ~ h trlson, .~ " . L In the Superior Court of the State ~. t ............ Jlnght C((< slowly m freshwater, ............ l I~ r~ ~1111~ ! M ~ rm :t , ~, .... . .~ . io~wasn:ngton Ior ~ne boun~y o~/ ~ ~ ~ I ~ ~ n I.-~-~-- ~'~'~----*----~ Jor aDOUE all noul' an(I (iraln. ~iaKe Kin ~E -- ACTION VS. PUBLICITY !and regular ad,ninistcation of the'until tender in a slow oven. Baste it Ig" the matter of the estate of~! ~1~ ~ ~ I Pa Reeently wc have been haring,'statutes of the land. Thosc who fa-loccasionally w,th ,ts own drlppings,[Fr?y~. ~*pel;kog; Deceasedk ...... ti ~.~1~..~ 1 with n, uch gusto, flavored occasional-, ::r s:::;ailg r~:ng~tee.:'s;ant n::t~hte a:;l ~)i):hkf!l~) :vithppepi:::,eqn:t dy:ed:ecu~ttt He~n~l~Cen:Se2erue~Yr g~fV~e~ea~at~ Uo[/~ ~ ly with a little, braggadocio, just what g . p .' ,'p 3 g - I ' ' ( u . eel .~ p tat , .i F'-~-u ....... a,.~els..~,,~-~, has flL_" oa 1..'n' _he* of-/.--" ~~ a~ - the authorities are going to do with en their way, yet it is no more "tha:, into halves and parboil 10 minuteslfice of the Clerk of said Court.h~s[= ~u=~ l Sp _..e)h de_tails. )f manner' ,n" which zt' ), ~ just~ lan toitadmitm notthebeneaeffectiveness" of that Drain .and put them into the pan wit~.t tmnfinal" repOrtaskmg, andthe petitiOncourt tofrsettledistnbU:sald" " ~"-~It~ tdle" to be done to relieve this countr., o fP " ' th the dignity of~the I)ork to bake and brown 40 rain-, .,, ~,,~ die racketeers" Laws to keen mac;ine!the science of criminology to try to[utes Serve with a gravy made!reprt, d!stribute the,property_to the[ A ~ m II .... " I . " . . " persons ~nereto enutleo ann to UlS- EE guns out of their hand., " theN "'" ..... :, ' charge said executor; and that saidl. Fooerv l Deolal s are in segregate from the bumping off 1))~, f~ou the d ~pplng~ flour and mdk making, eess, the step that the law can employ[ Baked Winter Squash with Diced Ireport and petition will be heard on ~ M~ ~" ~ ~tt, An answer to'this was given at Pc- justly and profitably. Salt Pork I the^22nd day of N oveLnber, 1933, _at ]= !_ ruc Indiana, last week in about the'WASHINGTON-FAiR DIPLOMA [ Cut squash in 2-inch squares, placePr~aten;'e'atr~nmeenbtUo~ s~a~%~r~tne = ~~r~ maw H#'~ /I ,_ It~ ~ ~H |unse only lan~'uage used by gunmen, whenI IS WON BY WALEN DIARYlin dripping pan, sprinkle with pep- Dated th~s 20th day "of October, I~_ ~ | ~'~ I" .~//i~_ ~101f~/t)~ ~-~ a second raid in that state was made per ~n(l allow for each square one- 1933 --~" ~-~' ~ ~ ~--~ ~'~ ~ ~ | by two gunmen armed with a mach-[ Tho WMo,~ l~in,,~ i~ ~ro,,.m, -- !half teaspoon molasses, brown sugarI Abe N Ol~on, Clerk of Said Court]~ 1C~ I~ ~ ~ ~ ..... " ~lllll me gun and sawed-offshot gun. TheY]hlhitin~. a di,~ln~, f ...... ilk ....... ]or whzte sugar and 1 teaspoon ground[ wYa.. ~. N;..;..b; ~n~ n.~+.~li ~ ~UALII ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ t.r .:~ herded three officers into the base-[,"~:'-~.'~-.)-'~Zi"Z" ;.,;,,:;';" ~"[' ~.':[sa tpork SlU'(a( over the top Bake Hor[on-Bl'd~ _geat'i]e:'At'torneys*io," If ~'1~~ ) i ! ment and escaped wxth most of theE ....... ; .... ,~ +~., u:~o~..., w ,- oO mmutes m moderate oven, keep-lExecutor. 10-26 ll-9illl~tll~ l '- -- I armament of the force, consisting of in.an I'nh q'h,~ At,, ,~ .............. ira. (,ovc,'ed first half hour of cook-[ ......... ,--:. :1_ ! ....... _, .... ~ _:__ L., ~ ""~ ..... ' a ......... ) ......... eel" .... cs I o . 1_ ,, ~ in the ouperlor ~our or lne ,.~tate II a N\\-qi ,~, ~_ ~ ~ ~ .~ | pixies, reProvers, oauges ann rime .u,-lthat the raw, market milk ~;xhibited[rag" :~erve in sneu I of Washington, for King County. i I ~ ~ W ~ ~r~ | let-proof vests The first raid was ~ ...... t s " "" ~ ! For Chowders I Helen McCoy, Plaintiff, vs Thomas[~ | I E~E *i ~i~Tgl ~ ~ ~ i . , uy ~nls issaquan ]1 'nl corefl ~O.O I , I " / 1 ~ I ~ ~ "l ~ ~ I / ~ 1 -- made at the Auburn statmn, where a ,,oints *, Fry 1 ct p diced salt pork until it A. McCoy, Defendant. I_~1 1 ~IL~, ~ ~~ ~ 1 "~ ~ I ! machine g, un was included, in the loot. I ~'~..-~-~-~'' ,Its: criso." and remove the brown. ~nieces[. n Summon*No hY266352Publieation 1 ~-- ---- | | ~ _.._.~a~s~-'~01~ __~,~,.._ ~ ~ m~ ~h~l~ |! It wouhl seem that a httle less pub-1 ~l:)~'~'lr'g~lM ]from the fat. Chop an omon freeI The state of'Washington, to the]~ I p~.-'t~,--- . | licity on the part of the authorities~ a~,a.,~v~ land cook it in the fat. Boil twolsaid Thomas A McCoy~ Defendant" Jill ............ ] o do would d ota o r eteb ~ oned to a m IL)IYlAIL/L3, lar e cans, each luc as to what they expect t '1 ........ ~ ,,~iCUl)S raw dice p t es and 1 cup] You a e h " y umm p-l g ...................... c ~1 leave them better o ortunity for its v~st ~noquatm~e ra.s leach of chopoed cabbage turnins andlPear within sixty days after the date II LARD. 2-1b Dacka es 17c l A MUCH NEEDED-'CO~-eers were p~cked u Pp P n outhoef tnnaeTMWe ayf[for burial., ', - ..... ....... ' - / commumtthipuGl~,Twh ~OUNDsh " ' . , # o - ................ R ................... '~' ...... ;;~,m.~+ A large number of Preston folksl ........ ts in 1 ,tint unsaltea ,-~er As[Of the first pubhcatmn off. s sum- l~hlql~q I lh naole~er,~ 9"ir ] " ...... ~" ............... ~ . . . ~" .... ~ ........ [mons, to-wit, wlthln sixty days after " ,,,,,~,,,,,~) -,-,~,. 1~,,,,~,~,~,)~,. ................................ ,v.~ NER-OUS OFFER--- ]anttendmedilla P::~;amfg~th: [sY:h:aPllaT;Isoon as the vegetables are tender, addlthe 5th day of Oetob.er, 1933., andl= BEANS, small white, 5 lbs. for...................... 19c ] commend Mr. Bloom most heartily, postponed until this week so as to one or more of the following: Chop- p1~t~!1,)%~e~d~d ao}a t oo O [ll qna p n.. a i~,.~ ........................ ~.2 ] We know the work involved in that assure a bigger attendance, ped hard-boiled eggs, raw cabbage, plain't~'w~ic; ~'as~be'en"~le~d 7.'7g-;' %T_ .......... : .... ; ....... ; ........... t offer and we advise every boy who] ~ ]onion, cottage cheese or pickles. Or] ............... ~ ............... 2 /| v. 2p,.kar na .lon, reg; or minute, pKg ......... ILc 1 can to accept that generous offer Mr. and Mrs. Art Holmes and fam-~season the meat with catsup, mus- ~ "1] 1hAlibUt') uanIornla Plume, z oocl;les............ ,),~c (1 He can aid the school, the town, andlily and Carl Skoglund spent Sundayltard or grated horseradish. /] DR. D. R. HILLERY |1| CITRUS WASHING POWDER, 2 pkgs ....... 47c 1 m no small wa himself with relatives at Rxchmond Beach s Y, " '. " " " ' ' ~ A Dutch Dish II PHYSICIAN and SURGEON /1 With each 2 pkgs. we give 1 pkg. FREE! t .... AZ~ [ The Misses Betty and Florence/ Pare and slice as many potatoes as[[ Office In Bank Building |/= BLUEING OR AMMONIA, 2 bottles ............ 15c 1 emcan Colle e of Sur cons m Chma .. " " " " " tic m - , ......... g g ' " "l i~lews was receives here this week/hours or until the potatoes are ten-/I Of " e Hours, 9 to 5, and|[l o "It has been said that men fear! /der " Sunda s and evenin s b g " " . lof the death of Robert Anderson art [I Y g Y /~ 1~1[I~ ~]~l~la~|| ~ ~I~a~ t thought ..... as they fear nothing else ]n~;ouneau, .... /MASK, a. "'r~vt . An'era son wa.s) II" Appointment . |,_[ alNA g mr. t the wortd. This is a way o~ saying ~ ........ ;a~,,+ ~f Pre~+~n He[ BRIDGE LUNCHON I] Phone 602 Issaquah, Wasn.~ I,~ i and' ......................... \ ) ] nHEIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlllllllllllllll that many are too lazy to th nkits survived b, his widow Mrs Terese[ Mrs. A. J. Peters entertained at al would rather have it done for them t Anderson, one daughterl Bernice, oflbridge luncheon Tuesday for the[- : ........................... ~i by others, or that they me unable to .............. leasme of her sister Mrs Ted Hel .... ~eat~le, aria a orotner, t~ r~ LricK ~ ~ ' -~ " --" [! follow their thinldng through to a son and famil,, of Fall 'Cit~, The]enthal, of Juneau, Alaska, who is herl | ~-~ [i logical conclusmn." remains are being shipped to~Seattlelhuse guest Covers were laid for/ mm [i in,he. POW 'R & LIGHT COMPANY [] ::iu)i~7~ii:~hrons ihe:!!ii:d 2:iiii!!!] N) NEED TO WORRY" ' Iu all Bslh:~?:~i:~l!sh?:D:~s~rs lldUt~l [' 'g o s , ~ and our g i is not required to chronicle the doings 1 ~ Ill ~'~ ~[ [-- | I of someone who goes by t i' 'al I1 1 ,-nn^.,.,.,,,.,^ / [i Two Gun, the Beer King, orsome, I 1 I-MX/I/I'HINI; / f slm,iar slgmflcant title 1 a_ l~ I ~| I | ~ I | I | ~ ~ , " '" " ' To our CusTomers. I Gangster news is depressing on a.-] ]~x..L~~~ [ II I / , =::f= =;:a==i V-.~,~.,.~)~.l I I g ~ / teresI|42,I t~:h; th;teeth:haPtr)t~a:; :~Tu?:?,:~enSh:~ld be 1~nlaa::d :? :2:::bl:~: i ered. A plain every-day mu d er t ( ~_2~-~.=~ ~ ~ ~ | shouldn t municipal plants be likewise regulated? Certair~y all that is wrong is not with too often merely inconvenienced by I ~ X ~ )) i ....... ' the Pirate utilities an- all " , | ,.'-,,-emx ~. ~.c--:-.-