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PAGE TWO THE ISSAQUAH PRESS, iSSAQUAH, KING CO.,WASHINGTON TH'URSDAY, by the starling, a WITH dance." off crow type, W U E I S S A Q U A U P R E S S [ NC]DENTAL arose.He opened his arms to her as she WASHINGTON.. coming is that it "I second tile motion," she sold. . . CURRENT . . in large numbers in is not wanted. The TOW MUSIC COMMENT has , ~=__.__ _ . _ ...... ~____. ~, About half way around the floor " * followed the ~'on Stanley spoke into the little ear so urge of the office Published Every Thursday at bt~Cb close to his face. "Now you are Just Monaco is the smallest country in ling will undoubtedly ISSAQUAH, KING COUNTY, WASHINGTON (]rlO.P where you belong." His arm tightens0 the world, and has the dimensions of by modern methods an{ Subscription Rates: / FI/O(~Ol'ick., Just a little around her as he said it. a good-sized ranch, its area being disappointed. The One Year, in advance .................................................... $1.50 L~odf'IJ)or|~} "Do you mean here at the Era- approximately 400 acres. Its prin- should take due notice bassy?" More perverseness! cipal source of revenue is a well-or- himself for the Six Months, " . ................................................... 1.00 The orchestra stopped for lntermls- ganized gambling joint at Monte Three Months, " .75 slon and the couple returned to their change of .................................................... Carlo.It has come into public no- . . e table. . . . . make room Ior everyon , tlce once more because it is getting . . , Entered as second-class matter on October 27, 1916 at the post- ~N THE supper room of the Era- Stanley, using a spoon for a gavel, ready to sue on bonds of the stateI In order to have real office at Issaquah, King County, Washington, under the Act of ,~ bassy hotel, New Year's eve few rapped lightly en the table. *fl'he of Mississippi that have been in de-3saying that a cat may 1 March 3, 1879. tivities were In full swing, house will now" come to order and we fault for about a century. Travel- should be changed to r( At tables encircling the (lancing will take up the previous question, ers in Monaco will have to furnish may look at a dictator. M. A. BOYDEN Editor.Publisher floor, gay groups dined and made .................................................. ready to welcome the New Year, and Once more, and for the lust time this information as to whether or not "~ danced between courses to the music year, will you marry me. BabsT'there are any oxen there, but figur- Seattle . * of the orchestra. A SOl)rune, singing the vocal inter- WRITE THEM OFF 1 One i make peace with his God, and hum-With a modernistic discord the band lude with piano accompaniment while atively speaking, it seems that it de- finished an encore fox trot, and Stun- the orchestra went out for a smoke, pends on whose ox is being gored, so far as the payment of debts is issaquah ................. 75 Each of us will be presented on bly accept His bounties! January first witb a clean slate label- Nature's wonders are still available ley Allen anti l~arbara Langford re- was singing "O Promise Me." turned to their little table-for-two be- "There," approved Stanley, nodding concerned. One thing is certain. High Point ........ 1.00 ed "1934". But if we are to keep!and the hens still lay eggs, the cows hind a potted pahu in a secluded nook. toward the nmslc platform. "Incl- If the United States started to sue I Prestn .................. 1.05 it clean, leaving room to write ~. still give milk! Only man continues "Well," said Stanley in a business- dental music. Even the lady is trying on outstanding European debts, theI(All Round Trips Bear worthwhile record during the New to "boss" things around. Out of:like manoer, "'I suppose you have to help me out!" la~vyers would not need the NRA or LEAVE Year, it is essential that we do no~ tune with "Mother Nature" man is; your schedule of new resolutions all Barbara smiled, but turned pensive, anything else to put their business 8:10 a.m. "12:20 "carry forward" a balance of use- trying to depend on science and effi- made out and sworn to." The singer concluded her solo and on a sound and paying footing, and Extra Sund.ys, less things, such as: Disappoint- ciency, and getting nowhere! "Do you think I need to make any began another, perhaps the whole land would prosper LEAVE ments, memories of blunders, fail- Now, Mr. Editor and fellow read- new resolutions?" This was asked "Yes," said Barbara slowly, "and if the United States were to follow 9:30 ,. m. "1:35 p.m. ures, jealousies, resentments, sus- ers, is it not appropriate at thin archly, teasingly, she Is trying to help me, too." picions and bodily ailments. Christmas season of 1933 we shaI1 "I certainly do!" Stanley's reply The second song was ~I Surrender, the example of, jMonaco.; Extr. Sundays, Daily exceptand These are all liabilities; they reverently propound the question: was emphatic. "You have one very Dear." Washington us now is annoyed should be written ~in red as such at "Who deals next?" bad habit that irritates me beyond Stanley reached over and gathered words. Without that, Babs, you would Barbara's hands into his owm "Do the bottom (,f the last page of the ALBERT B. LORD. be absolutely perfect!" you really mean it? Are you saying 1933 ledger--and forgotten. We "Thaok you, kind sir, she said," 'Yes'?" must write them off for a full mess- We publish on the front page this Babs mocked. "And may I ask what "Yes." ure of success in 1934. week a mighty big sermon written for that bad habit is that is devastating Stanley arose, glowing. N New Years in 1914, and have set the the whole cmmtryside? .... Come, let's go," he said. '~rhis la N. A HARMONIOUS 1934 clock ahead the twenty years. We "Don't pretend. You know well no place for a newly-engaged couple.~ The New Year wish of The Press thought so much of it we have kept it enough." A trip to the check room, then out for this community is for harmony, that long. Read it a~ain. "Please verify, then." under the canopy at the motor en. harmony, and more HARMONY! "Now look here," Stanley said as trance. Stanley asked the footman A better cooperation between SPECIAL STAGE RATES TO he drew geometric figures with a pen- to order his car. those who pay the taxes and those CONTINUE ANOTHER MONTH ell on the tablecloth. "During this As it came up they entered and the current year whlclt Is about to come footman closed the door with a "Thank MALT, Barley Bloom, per can who spend the money t(aised by taxes --a disposition on both sides to give The very special rate of one dollar to a close, I have proposed to you Just you, sir. A happy New Year!" SARDINES, in Olive Oil, per can for the round trip between Issaquah! twenty-six tlmes--an average of once The chauffeur may have been listen- and take, and thus promote an ac- every two weeks. Your bad habit Is ins, but being discreet, he never men- CHEESE, full cream,per pound cord of feeling and sentiment that and Seattle, and corresponding rates will insure a more successful year up the line, offered by the North tioned it. Anyway, had he been lia- PINEAPPLE, Happy Home, large cans ..... teniug, and his hearing perceptive, he CORN, Golden Bantam, per can .................. in both municipal and school affairs. Bend Stage Company, good on Tues- might have taken the sound of a kiss 1933 has been far from creditable to days, Wednesdays and Thursdays, in the tonneau for a signal, for the PEAS, Seaport, per can the community. May the New Year will remain effective another month, long blue car roiled away into a won- TOMATOES, Puree, No. 21//2 cans .............. prove more "happy." or until January 22. These are bar- derful New Year filled with golden SOAP, Liberty White, 10 bars for............... ~gain rates, promise for a young couple very much How much good is liquor license in love. MATCHES, Ohio, per carton money expended on schools going to ~ And as the car turned a corner there COCOA, Rockwood, 2 lbs. for do us when its original expenditure UPPER SQUAK floated from the supper room of the SALAD TIME DRESSING, quart jar .......... for liquor keeps scores of children Embassy the compelling waltz strains LARD, Columbia Pure, 2 lbs. for. from attending school?-- Tacoma Miss Mary Hayward of Olympia ar- of "Kiss Me Again." Journal. rived at her home here Saturday and "More iucideutal music," said Stun- SALAD OIL, in bulk, per quart .................. i spent the holiday with home folks. I ley oftly. and played up to BACON, sliced or piece, per pound ........... BACK TO NORMAL Mr. and Mrs. Otto Seilson and plete!y. BAKING POWDER, Clabber Girl, 10- , An auto company has secured an children are spending the holidays OZ. cans, 2 cans for .................................. , SOUPS, Campbell's, 3 cans for order for about a dozen expensive with relatives in Seattle.. [ PURE RAW MILK COFFEE, Golden West, 3-lb. Glass cars from Russia, the first order of Mrs. A. Cammon visited Mrs. "~ Move to Lay tb. Quo.t~on on ths AND CREAM that sort to be received in several Brown on Saturday. [ APRICOTS, No. cans, 2 for years. It may be that, despite Sov- Mrs. Mae Evans and children and Table." Phone F244 RICE, fancy Blue Rose, 4 lbs. for ............... ietism,.Russia is slowly finding its Clifford Day spent Christmas with that you have refused me every time. MORNING DELIVERIES FELS NAPHTHA, per carton .............. way back to normal, age-old condr-Mr, and Mrs. Howard. You should do something about It." Issaquah Valley Dairy tion in which the rich are accustomed Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Trigs and "For every refusal, as you call it," to ride in their chaises, etc. daughter Nancy Mae spent Monday Barbara reminded him, "there has with the Trigs family, been a proposal, which makes your An organization opposed to large Mr. and Mrs. Curran and Mr. andhabit Just as bad as mine. In fact, Federal expenditures states that a Mrs. Switzer of Seattle spent the ho~- worse, because you started yours first, debt is a debt and has to be paid. and mine was a natural consequence." European comment is lacking, but "You mean unnatural consequence," Stanley corrected her. ~ ~ {~ I~" T ~ O U N D F~ O W ~" F~ "~ L [ ~ H T C O M ~ A N V might be boiled down to the un- "Well, anyway," Barbara argued, "If grammatical question: Since when? you will swear off your bad habit, I ' won't have to do ~nything about WHERE NRA IS NEEDED mine." In the latest turmoil in Cuba, a She glanced at him without raising mob cleans out the establishment ot Mrs. Hogan entertained the I. V.~ her head, and the mischief that looked PUBLIC SERVICE IS ONE OF HUMAN ELEMENTS a newspaper said to favor Americans. IL. Club Thursday. Refreshments up through her long cum-ed lashes The NRA should establish a code to were served by the hostess, gave Stanley a little start. Suddenly he said, "In the meantime, set a limit on the production of Lat- Mr. and Mrs. Joyce and family I move to lay the question on the in-American troubles for the United spent Monday in Kent. table~ to be taken up right after this States. Mr. and Mrs. Snyder and Mr. and To our C omer$: Mrs. Nible and children spent the mmiBliinMnnmlnimn~liimmB~| IMPROVEMENT NOTICEABLE holiday in Puyallup. Behind your electric button, behind the power lines, behind the massive dams The new administration in New Mr. and Mrs. McGuit: of Seattle wizard machinery stand the employees of this company--your friends and York proposes to clean up slum con- spent Christmas with home folks. ~itlzens and taxpeyers. There's nothing unusual about them. Merely because they ditions. A good deal remains to be Mr. and Mrs. Peacock, Miss Pea- done along that line in the city men- cock and Mr. and Mrs. Art Johnson in the power business does not make them stone-hearted or cold.blooded. They tioned, as well as elsewhere. Yet it visited the Zellers family Christmas just human bemp---good wholemme folks. You hear much these days about what cannot be denied that some progress Day. bad lot we are, so I thought you would be interested in knowing of the following has been made since the old days in Jimmy Zellers, who has been ill dent. It is indicative of the kind of public service we are trying to render. We know England, when the hours for throw- for some time, is improving. Including make/mistakes; we want you to bear with us, help m correct them. After all ing garbage into tbe streets was fix- ed by law, so that a man with a clean MACHINE WORK is in the right place. There is a soul in public Service. shirt could walk about in safety, dur- More lssaquah Election Visualize~if you will~a western Washington highway, slippery, ing a part of the day at least. (Continued from First Page) from early morning rain, A cat" carrying a family of three--skids, sways, turns Seneca may have had a heart filled voters in this precinct and they all " in a roadside ditch filled with water. A frantic father and mother get themselves with Christmas spirit, but he certain-should go to the polls next Tuesday Eo Cedorholm of the wreck, but the baby is missing. ly knew somethinv of the world when and register their honest opinion, he wrote that it was safer to affront whether they favor recalling Mrs. Apatting machine stops, and two young men locate the child, covered with some people than to oblige them. FRONT STREET _. ~ ~ Alexander from the chair of mayor, water, pinned under the capsized car. They raise the car and bring the baby to the Rough play is blamed for a marked or prefer having her remain in that increase in accidental injuries in the capacity, meat. He has been u.nder water 12 minutes, appears to be drowned. The rescuers meter reeders,~and one of them, Lawrence Venable, 0aved the precious life of army. The~ day may come when it will be said of a croquet tournament Histori Stun One-half block south of youngster as mother and" father looked on. that the marines have arrived and The Blarney stone is actuaUy a have the situation in hand. stone In the northeast angle of Blar- Highway Issaquah He applied resuscitation measures he had been taught in the employees' first ney castle, several feet from the top. classes of Puget Sound Power ~ Light Company. Thirty minutes later the child WHO DEA-LS'~NEXT? It bears a Latin inscription and the We are glad to give'to our read- date of the erection of the castle, lUnNmnnmmmlNNmmmmmmnnuNmmNNNNInnmmNI breathing---a life was saved. Lawrence Veneble received the president's medal of National Safety Council in recognition of e good deed well done. e e write I JIl lli Lord, who recently addressed the The desire to be equipped for inch service to others remits only from a local Kiwanis club, and who is well WE DO-- of public duW and appreciation that each employee is hb brother's keeper. known by many of our readers: God created the earth and all Sincerely, \ there is in it. Man worked his head/[H SEATTLE AND.-- ....... . ......... [1[I " off to improve everything .ccording[lll ml 't to his own notions and certainly did me. thin s up. /111 C.,,.. Grov.,. ." w-,-pl,.-.. Iltl "'""'"' Now. what next?The earth is still here and naturetlll Issaqua6Tiansprtatin Co IIII ,,_,..o,~,.~.,~._v_,,...,,.,.~,.. still functions, but man is out of gear with nature; running amuck.fro (INCORPORATED) WI Science, money,-isms, have taken FREIG AN TR N.SFER .... |1 control and failed miserably. Still[H[ AUTO HT D A man is not willing to let go; no, not~]j],tnn S~rn St_..and Railway Way willing to give up control. , [gJ ~ ' New laws, new taxes, new bond is-/lll Lear. $~ttlo .I.'0~)p. m. Only mill sues, new czars, new dietators, ev-/lll .00 o _ til/ erything that human ingenuity can scheme out is being tried. [ Telephone Main394 WashedSand andGravel ~ No one, however, cautions man to J /