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November 23, 1933

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@ ,:i!i i ,5 ially that "unfortunately, there are too many of two kinds of people-- congenital p: ;sim, il~Ls and inherent optimists--and both, in the extremity of their opinion, have been profound- ly impressed by the NRA" The na- tural consequence of such extreme opini#n is described as a 'sour wag- new Golden Age will dawn with the morrow. It is still very much an er- periment but we shouhl give it fuil, support until its worth is demon-[ strated. THE DEBT ETERNAL The predicament of the ohl lady One ot the cleverest we* men Journalists In the West, and by far the moat beautiful. Is bu~y MARIE NEWBEaG~ ~oelety editor of the SoD anle Times. Mrs. New- berger Is widely knowo by her I,Itlm~te itorleI of Washlngton's lel[lsli- th'e sessions. the will annexed of the George A. tlarris, deceased i)ersons having claims deceased are hereby re serve the same, duly said adnfinistratrix with nexed, or he]' attorneys , at the address below stated the same with the Clerk of together with proof of Ford Sales and Service ISSAQUAH -- --- WASHINGTON I li il llIlllIllllllllllllllllll Including MACHINE WORK f. ( edarholm FRONT STREET One-half block south of Highway Issaquah IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIII Hepler Motor {20. citizen to deny him an opportunity i Scott Key, of Star Bangled Banner to equip himself for greater useful-l fame, to make room for a new bridge. nesa through education. Each admtlIt is now proposed to restore the Did generation owes an education to each ~ structure. growing generation. It has beenI The restored building will be like eloquently called the "debt eternal." ; the Indian's hunting knife that be- We feel it is up to each individua|llonged to his great-grandfather. His of this, and every other community, igrandfather fitted it with a new has- The Oldest Game The use of the bull In one way or another for amusement is a very old Idea, and baseball is a somewhat mod- ern form, but the oldest game of all Is said to be throwin~ (lice. The Ivory "Lililos IliIVe basil fOilIl(I in tile most 1li('leIli Of tOliliiR ~li(l tire referred to n ;inl,iolll wrtfinT~. PUGET SOUND POWER & LIGHT COMPANY BACK OF THE BUTTON To ottr Cu lomers : In this age in which we live we take much for granted---don't we? Lots of times we bite the hand that feeds us. Sometimes we want to tear down the things we know we cannot replace; our emotions sweep us into predicaments that our common sen~. forbi&. So burdens the lack troubles heritage marly wonderful things have come to us in the last generation to ease our and contribute to the joy of living that we forget all about the hardships and of conveniences which our forefathers had to endure. Sure we have plenty of today--but who would swap places with the pioneers who left us such a fine of courage and resourcefulness? When we get rank by a depression such as this which we are passing through, do we not have to conclude that the fault is not in our stars, but in our, elves--that we are underllngr, that we have poverty in the midst of plenty and that we have unemploy. ment when men want to work. Now this is not a Sunday evening at Seth Parker's, although ! know you would ell enjoy it if it were. What ! am getting at is this: I wonder how many folks stop to think of what's behind it when they push an electric burton---of the large investment in dams, power houm,--decu'ical machinery--pole.--wires--transformer,--meters and other equipment--of the men who toil--the human element, always the masters of the n~chinery they control--ever alert that service shall not fail. We fumbh i K~vice lot about 160,000 customen scattered over 10,000 square miles of te~'itow. This ~rvlce mtm be available twenty.four hours a day whether you want omt light or many, whether you start up one motor on a farm, or e big cement plant which has been shut down. We cannot store electricity like cotton, wheat, coal or lumber. We cannot peddle it in tacks like sugar and potatoes, or cut off a yard of it as from a bolt of cloth. Practically speaking, electricity must be made and delivered to you at the same time-- at the very instant you want to use it. Therefore, in order to adequately and reliably ~rve we must have ted maintain large investment in fixed plant and facilities. T.his one thing makes the power business m lot different from mOSt kinds of businesses which have their capital largely In talabl, goods. Sincerely. P. $.--More shout this later, for wha! I have iuli bee# talking about has an important hiring on ram. lliiSl DI!NI buck only about a hundred yards pecla EFFECTIVE NOVEMBER 24TH TO SWEET SPUDS, fresh, firm stock, 4 CRANBERRIES, Fancy, 2 lbs. for ............. CELERY, large fancy, each ............................ ORANGES, full 'o juice, 2 dozen ............. MIXED NUTS, new crop, 2 lbs. DATES, in bulk, 2 lbs. for ............ RAISINS, new crop, 4-lb. pkg GRAPES, Tokays, 3 lbs. for SUGAR, pure cane, 9 lbs. for ..... POWDERED SUGAR, 3 lbs. for .................... OATS, Carnation, large pkg RIPE OLIVES, large cans, 2 for ...... SALAD TIME DRESSING, q EGGS, large standards, per dozen ......... POTAT@ES, 75% No. l's, 50 lbs. WHITE KING, large pkg. CRACKERS, White or Graham, 2 MATCHES, Ohio, carton.. QUARTS PINTS HALF-PINTS MINCE MEAT 2-lb. jar ......................... CRISCO, shortening, 1 lbs. for ................ LARD, pure, 2-lb. pkg .................................... :1', SALAD OIL, in bulk, per quart .................... COFFEE, Golden West, 3-lb. glass j SOAP, Liberty White, 10 bars for ...... SALMON, Seaport, tall pink, 2 cans BAKING POWDER, Clabber Girl, . 10-oz. cans .................................... 2 for I PUREX, for white clothes, per q t ' 'HIRD for low-coat econotn~l. Molt Goodyears today are at II low~o slippery, darker, colder rolda. .~ECOND for ~'eater mileage. New rubbe wear longer on cool roadL Goodyeara put on now will still be almost new next a~lng. FIRST for non-skid safety and protec- tion against trouble on wintel"a ging of heads by the chronic crape- who lived in a shoe has i~s counte~- : ...... i within six months after hangers and a lot of joyful rope skip- part in the present day situation of to resolve that he will '~ssum- his~ , ~ first publication of this ~-------'----iI our public schools. They are boom-share i)f that debt. An(;t'o enablel I I~I~[TC~ i~a~T lt-~-~ i i"~.v i w!!sa~et:illf b~rsba~r:dl'iea~ ing with pupils, but far from pros- k " , ~ v [] the states to eel) uniformly abreast] ] .. llN ib~AUUAl'l!ber 23, 1933. rIl TITfllllllfl perous, with the needs and requirements ofl ~' " I Grace L. I'M.%/III HIIMIi The schools are flourishing as ,h ...... i,,rnh, h.*; .... ;..I ........ --- I Administratrix with ................................. ' .......... ~ ............ :nexen of said Estate ] illIV/l/VIIIIll there are many wlthln their dools die an(t his father su had It with a u I I .......... ' 7,department of education in the cab-] -, - : PP I A leading front page article in theIDexter Horton Bldg,,' S, ~u~ measured ny ~ne all lmporLan~l new Diane e orett __ * - }inet at Washington. i " ]Issaquah Independent twenty-four( Shor tt, Sh 17_ a~ factor of finances, the schools are ~ At the time of the razing of thel.~,. ............ ~1;.~ *h~ l~**;.~l Attorneys for Estate 1~ I I ii anything but prosperous, but w~thI With names changed to avoid of- house, the Washmgton officmls ap-I..e .... ,...+ .... ~ .......... ; .... iHorton Bldg., Seattle, Wa: O b !budgets mercilessly slashed. At a tense, an exchange may t)e quoted aslparently forgot the maxim that it isla'new~bank~bu~.ldin'7 by"W"W"Syl~! ~__ I I PER YARD 'i time too when schools are expected i stating that. at a meeting mentioned ~better. to be ,.slow than sorry. ! v___e~.~t....................... r t.o n firm from Rurlintrtn.~,~.. "~'~'~'~'~- I I its assume new fields of service in Rex,. Dr. Smith spoke upon The Devil, ~ The finish of the buildin- was de . .... i i a a ..... .... I preparing the minds of the growing Mrs. Jones sang a solo, and Mrs.( A notice that the plague had killed I~ueu, ......... wmcn was ~o se~ne .... s~yte" It l ays to Look M r P I unuHan I generation for the most significant IBrown rendered a selection upon the half a hundred in Russian Asia passes!tor building in this city for some , ------------- I I ITIIO, U, J, I#U~U~II social and economic changes in our piano; from which it appears that the ahnost without notice. The middle- time to come PAUL S BARBER I I Directly East of Playfield history, promoter of the entertainment made aged in the United States were small _ ~." ...... --'--------- ~ I et ~range ~ouge nan been orgamzeu I Should inadequate financial sup- provsioin for the amusement and in- boys at the time of the last cholera ..7 . ........... Specml attentmn --- - +. -- ! . . , I ,~ ,, . , vlne LaKe alSl;rlCl; wlcn a memnersnlp T ~. , ~., , . ...~.. Iport oI ~nescnoois con~mue,~ne]n-lstructlon oi persons oi w]deJy differ- scare. ~mau-pox]s almost unknown ..... ~. ,.oa l actles ann r'llone Issaq~au ,~OI~ ' . OI ~wenuy-nve. An organlz~ ixau evltable result will be a generation ent tastes, i here. The plague m an utter strang-- made two different visits to Issaquah of educationally handicapped citizens. - ........... er. When inclined to be pessimistic, ---o Education is a priceless possession-- OH, SAY, CAN YOU SEE? ltake everything into consideration,itfrup.the same purpose bu~ finally gave Shaving -- something that when once obtained, A few years ago the Washingtonilook abroad, and take a glance at the The morning the paper was publish- --o-- nothing ean take from the citizen, authorities tore down all but two of past. It is therefore unjust to the growing the walls of the home of Francis .. ed Elmer Anderson had shot a fine Sunset Highway,