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December 14, 1933

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PAGE SIX THE ISSAQUAH PRESS, ISSAQUAH, KING CO., WASHINGTON THURSDAY, DECEMBE] MORE OLYMPIA GOSSIP Tuesdays Wednesdays Thursdays (Continued from page 4) food and clothing. I The finances in this bank would be l"greenbacks" printed by govern- the ] mont. I The merry-go-round is just getting Round Trip Excursion RateS!Walllled~tarted" In the House, the 70- "left wing" of the Democratic Effective November 21 party is planning to be rather ob- streperous if the members do not get Expires December 22 what they want, and a majority of their wants savor of the Towleyism program in North Dakota some 17 years ago. The "left wing" would like to have Washington take up where North Da- kota left off after going bankrupt. Boiled down, there is a strong state socialistic element on hand, sponsor- ed to a certain extent bv some of tile PRESTON - HIGH POINT!employees of the state, who are very !frankly out to build personal political TO SEATTLE i maehines, hoping to undermine and Round Trip ................ $1.25 !wreck the present state administra- ition. Governor Martin has antagonized ISSAQUAH TO SEATTLE many strong active legislative work- l ers in both the Senate and the House Round Trip ............ $1.00 and these people are out to "get" the , governor. Good on above days only in t George E. Ryan was recently elect- ed president of the King County week of purchase NORTH BEND STAGE Seattle S ages One Way R. Trip lhsaquah ................. 75 1.25 High Point ............ 1.00 I.SO Prmton .................. 1.05 1.55 (All Round Trips Bear 90-Day Limit) LEAVE ISSAQUAH g:10 a.m. '12:20 noon 3:50 p.m. Extra Sunday,, Holidays, 8:10 p. m. LEAVE SEATTLE 0:30 a.m. *1:35 p.m. 5:15 p.m. Extra Sundays and Holiday*, 10 p. m. *Daily except Sunday Read the price-savers in this is-i sue of the Press and do your shop-i ping in Issaquah. Democratic Club. But insofar as be- ing able to carry out one of the many state and federal jobs is concerned, he is not even in the light. Ryan made the mistake early last year of advocating a return of party control and party responsibility, as the first step necessary if costs of government were to be reduced. He is now paying for preaching ~such a wholesome doctrine. If there are to be any new revenue raising measures passed by the pres- ent session, there should be one that will do away with the occupational tax and in its stead provide for some kind of a small sales tax, to increase revenues necessary for the common school fund. Talks around the corridors of the state house indicate that there has been some shift in .general opinion THE UNIVERSAL CAR The New Ford V-8 for 1934 is now on display at the showrooms of Ford dealers. even the great Ford of 1933 in economy, beauty and comfort, it is truly the car of this ern age--the culmination of thirty years Fordprogress. It combines theproved of the V-8 cylinder engCne with two important new features--Dual Carburetion perfected Clear-vision Ventilation. See this car today and drive it at the first Incorporated "Where the Thrifty Thrive" I II Specials for FRIDAY - SATURDAY, Dec. 15-16 CANDLES, NUTS, FRUIT, Etc. ---AT THE MONEY SAVERS, YOU'LL FIND A COMPLETE FRESH STOCK OF HOLIDAY MERCHANDISE, REASONABLY PRICED, AND ABSOLUTELY GUARANTEED TO PLEASE. PURE CANE -- FINE LBS. LIMIT, I I I I, H TALL CANS --- FEDERAL PER .51 CAN 2C FELS NAPHTHA PER B*R 5C LIMIT FRUITS AND VEGETABLES CALIFORNIA SEEDLESS FOR i H I I I " , f FRESH, CRISP HEADS EACH YAKIMA NETTED GEMS 50 LB. 4re SACK LB. SACK SNOWLIKE ,BRAND---Milled and Guaranteed by Centemnia! LB. CAN THE FAVORITE OF MILLIONS --- SAFETY SEALED , I ~11 QT. ! JAR NALLEY'S FAMOUS BRAND IN GLASS JARS Shortenin SWIFT'S CRESCENT BRAND LBS. RED ARROW--Salted or Graham LB. BOX SWANSDOWN Per pier. i Cake Flour BAKER'S PREMIUM hr bar POST'S Per pk8. Bran Flakes OREGON Prune,, I I " I II ....... can PURE--Give, Excellent Results OUTSTANDING IMPROVEMENTS IN THE NEW FORD V. 8 BETTLeR PERFORMANCE. Greater power! JpOeJ. qui,'~e accaletfi~ .moothe per. formanc~ moro mJhm per gallon especially at ~ and quicker starting in cold weathel~-4U these result from the new dual car- buretor end dual intake manifold. New water- llne theemOsta~ cathie the engine to warm up mo~ qulcHy and'to maintain an ~mt oper- sting temperature. Added engine refinemants reduce ell consumption, further improve operat- ing economy and reduce maintenance costs. NEW VENTILATION SYSTEM permits dear vision, prevents drafts and provldes desired amount of fresh air in any weather. Iadividual control for front and rear side windows. When ventilation is desired the window 81am is raised to the top. Then the h~ndle is g/yen an addi- tional half.turn. This tildes the ~ back hot/sontaUy to form a nar~w dot. Through this -lot air is drawn out by the forward modon of the car. This simple ventilation system main. rains dreft.fr~ circulation, insut~ paumMg~ comfort, prevents fogging windahidd in cold or stormy weather. Both wim~hidd and cowl van- tilator can be opened to supply additional air needed for comfortable warm-weather driving. DISTINCTIVE NEW APPEARANCEenhonced by the newly designed chromium-ploted radiator shell and gr/lle, new hood louvres, new hub cap|. Interiors are attractive, with new tufted uphol- stery, new mouldings, new cove-Wpe headlining, new instrument pan.J, new arm rests, new hard- ware. Swivel.type sun visors in De Luxe bodi~ prevent glare from front or side. FENDERS IN COLOR. On De Luxe cars fend- ers ace in color to harmonize with body colors' ---wheel colors optional. New enamel finish on alljbodies end fenders has greater iw and more enduring luJter. GREATER RIDING COMFORT lncretmed spring flexibility. The spring newly designed for quieter and easier Shock absorbers are improved. deeper, with new, softer springs. individual bucket seats p for front-seat passengers in the Tudor Adding to comfort is the new driving 15-to-I steer/ng gear ratio. PRICES REMAIN LOW--TuJdr Coupe, $515. Fordor Sedan, $585. Tudor, ;g575. De Luxe Fordor, ~625. Coupe (5 windoJvs), ~g555. De Luxe windows), ~555. De Luxe Roadster, Luxe Phaeton, ;g550. Cabriolet, g590. ~610. (All prices [. o. b. Detroit.) on the males tax and many who were opposed to such a method of raish~g revenue are now ieanlng that way. Senator Reardon of Snohomish, Democrat, is one of the members of the upper body who feels that unless there is some kind of an amendment to the present direct primary law, there is virtually no hope for the s/nail taxpayer of the stage. The Snohomieh county solon wants an amendment to the law to give par- ties the right to select those men and women who are to represent them In the fight for public office as party candidates. Greenwood Cemetery hal ai~14 g~tves am low st 810 to $S0, not pe]rpstuad onre, bast some ear~ Perpetual care grave, $25 to $50. Concrete markers furnished vlth en~h grave, free. Telephone Rbtnon 55 REIqTON, WASH. No one disagrees but that until 0' 0 there is some restoration of party re-J [ Comthunity Church | sponsibility, there is little hope oft0 ' 0 accomplishing a reduction in the costsI Come to Community Church Keep of government l .... " ~. . . ~ alive that spark of divinity. Seek Conservative Democrats and Re- communion with the highest and best publican minority members are per, things. Relax from the cares and fecting a coalition here to help the " governor out. The chief executive is on a hot spot. If the conserva- tives in his own party fall by the wayside, it is now in the cards for the Republicans to pull Democratic chestnuts out of the fire. There has not been a bill intro- duced so far this session with the possible exception of the liquor con- trol measures hut which the state does not need at this time. All of these measures are just an additional east in the way of print- ing. Few have any merit. All are placed in the hopper by who feel that they should d for the benefit of their future political careers. Few have hopes of ever getting them enacted. The general fund will pay something like $12,500 fo rthe printing of un- wanted measures. We Do AIJ Kinds of Hauling: Business Every Buelmeea Day -- between -- Seattle and Coalfi6Jd, |gs&qu~t, High Point~ Proeton, Monohon, g[~iott meal C4dew Grove. imd "~dl way plaoes Issaquah Transportation C0,, Inc, AUTO'PRIHGHT :AND TRANSFER JJdmttle Depot---Railroad Ave,, Dearborn St. and Railroad Way problems of the week. acter. Sunday school at 10:00 Endeavor at 6:45. at 11:00.. Eveni.___nng. I Buy--and save, in THE MORE-THAN-APPRE CHRISTMAS GIFT! i Ctttfl~zl Silk m-kre Phoenix Hoe ex~a-boautlfuL Custom-Fit twoway stretch top, ~tdmlve with Phoenix, make, them extra.cable. And Phoenix ~ feats with Tlpt.toe and Duo. heel, makes tlmm wear extra-long. In "Gibson Girl" ooices, $1 and up. HOSIE with CUSTOM-FITTOP Other Grades ..... ......... 29c, 35c, 50c Gift Box with $I.00 Hosiery Purchase Leave S~stde 1,00 P. M. Om~r Leave ls~aqumh g:O0 A. M, Telephone Main 894 Wuhed ~h~nd and Gravel Q FO