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I'AGI.+ TWO TIIF. BOTttEI.I+ CITIZEN X. I.:DNED,'Y. DFX'I.MIH.ZR ! :, ] (++3,+" " The Bothell Citizen 1 ,y i i-i ] 11 t;(l ] ll-.,ltl ) , A. I'. BI'RItOWS SirllS( 'RI I'TION HA'I'ES One w,ar $1.IX) Six ilion ths .II Three months .35 a precedent has been e.qablislmd Invariably in advance, i for the habitual criminal. i Display advertising rates on appli-! As originally intended the habit- cation Copy' should be in by 10 ual criminal law of this state we:, a. m. Wednelays. [designed to reduce tire costs of l'ublic Market liners are le. per word for each is,sue. Minimum charge 25c. Entered as second-clas matter May 11, 1933, at tire post office at Botlmll, Washington, under the Act of Marcll 3, 189. Editorial Department Peter Miller has been paroled ..,'4,. t.TJw Wa-hinh,rl i,enetenl- b.xh,,hh'r, in lw l;dhell lra(lin_ iary. In tim ease (I oldillar'y illllr- area, i]" you receive one ol lhec !deterge life .enlenee has meant lpapersl)h';tse('onsider it an invite- written thirty years agolo(tiscribe [ . . t H.ut elgh| or nine year, fl.I ,l no',',; tlon to subscribe. ,,, ,:,. ,,,,.,,,,,,, .... ,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,, .i,.,. ,.,,,. ,,, .,,,,. ,,,,.,, ,, ,, Then as Now  itt- rilten lhirlv vZearsagolodi ribe :the outstandi,,ge,ementar, ,,t,iloo, otors ,, tppliances a n :of tim state. " i "Bothell is justly proud of its igraded school, Four teachers are employed, and lt pupils are enroll-  W E Nims the Electrician ied. The district furnishes free i text-books has a school library of  1De t'230 volumes and m free from debt. maintaining the criminal popula- tion. Those who had served time were to be di.ouraged from furth- er crimes or seek residence else- where. A permanent meal ticket at Walls Walla was also deemed to be cheaper for tire state than re- peated man hunts and spectacular trials wherein the prisoner was as likely to draw a lmro's part as tha of tim villian. So Peter Miller Miller has gone Shopping news takes o n added interest at this time when! Christmas is so close at hand. Look ig reded school, over the merchant's announcements i employ ed, and 1  pupils are en roll-i in this issue and make up youried. slmpping lists from them. A recent visit to Bothell of anlThe state apportionment of school insurance surveyor calls to mind ' funds, for tle school )'ear of 1903,1 i the urgent need of a more adequate i based on the attendance, was over! water svstem.le These remarks are!$2,!00." not to construed as a criticlsml "/he faculty referred to consisted of the present owners. They iravelof M. E. I)urlmm, C. V. Beardslee, given Bothell a water system for:Miss Bertha Reinholt and Mrs. S. I years when a larger system couldiL. Lister. i not be financed. But the fact re-I mains that many hundreds of dol- I December 7, 1896--Alfred Pear-! larsleave Bothell every year forlson purchased land from C. S.I insurance premiums which the pro-,Greenleaf, i Insurance that Insures Chas. V. Beardslee Pioneer Insurance Man in Bothell from the penetentlarv at Walla to live with relatives outside the tection of a larger water system ! December 8--Birthday of Chas. i Representing the Oldest Insurance "  state Tim prison Ires lost a good ' : Walls where he was sent almost 20 . ". "" ' would save. The city admlnlstra-ii I ..... i hbrarlan and the life sentence of I "Jlf]| years ago to serve a life sentence . . . tion, business houses, citizens and t " " Company in America lan halntual has been defined as December 10, 19 Commercial as an habitual criminal. Miller is I "  firemen imveco-operated to provldei -- i , twent years Club re-elects M tl Baker, presl now ol years of age most of which l " "" "" "" !all the fire protection possible but l .. . . .! Phone 485 Bothell, Wash. tme lie has s the in dent A l Burrows, secretary ".' ,'pent in prison tlel  t surance rate always comes, ; "' ' ' "" was said to have been a model i With Christmas less than two 'backt the water situation. Tim; December 11, 1893--Elmer Ness' "" '  ..... i ". ." . . ICitizen believes that a municipal!born prl,oner anu to nave een uselu as I weegs away it is ume for tim snop- iinvestment in a water system " a librarian. [per to talk turkey, l would be worth while. December 13, 1926--Post-office moyed to new Erlcksen building. Milk that is Fresh ,___[tl,V,, " Cream that is Rich Personal Items uo.00 Me t D i ffY "lgtid] The Riverside Circle will meet rrymoun a ry with Mrs. Bicklng Thursday after- :  noon at 1:30 o'clock, a Division of Charmed Land Dairies bl ,....,. Mrs. Lloyd F. Gatesarrlverl ves- h terday, returning from an extend- Pho!e 8211-:- Bothell, Wash. appq ed visit with relatives at Columbia . City, Indiana. ,., ,.,, ., for their next regular meeting Thursday evening at the home of Clip this Coupon--Save Money Santa Claus will be at our Store in Person Saturday 10to12a. m. and2to4 p. m. Oh, boy! Toyland opens here tomorrow. How t h e children will jump with joy when they see the w6rld of toys and other heaps o f heart gladdening things which Santa has brought here for them. Tell them about i t and be sure to bring them with you to pay it a leisure visit. Here are only a few of the hundreds of things which will be awaiting you. 10c Paint Sets - Dolls - Paint Books Story Books - Tractors - Autos Games - Automobiles - Hand- kerchiefs - Blocks. 59c to $1.00 Ripley's electric "believe it or not" game - "Granny Goose" pull toys Mechanical mon- key - Automobile sets - Double- barreled pop gun - Drums Mickey mouse band Truck with electric lights Musical top - Dressed dolls Olympic racers - Whirlpool game - Lit- tle pig on horse - Tool chests. Christmas Cards 29c Wood Animal pull toys - Rub- ber Balls - Drums - Blocks-Puz- zles - Speed Racer - Truck with Lights - Dull'Washing Machine Large Doll - Doll Aluminum Kitchen Set - Books. Mrs. A. R. Bailey. Miss Neva Hehn was one of a cla of undergraduate nurses to take the state examination in Seat- tle recently. The results have not ,,)'eL been announced. Bothel111. S. Basket Ball team goes to Skykomish Friday night for the first game of the season. Kirkland plays at Richmond Beach and Duvall at Redmond. Friday. December 15th, at 1 o'cl,k the Lutheran Ladies Aid will have a fo(l and apron sale in the hall. Refreshments will be serv- ed for which 10e. will be charged. Norris Richardson leaves Satur- day for Kimshan Cove, Alaska. where a position is waiting l'or him. Mr. Richardson has arranged to have The Citizen viMt him weekly while lie is away. About 35 members of the Luth- er League of the First Lutheran Churcii went to Everett last Sun- day evcning and rendered a program in Zion Lutheran church of that city. All had an enjoyable thne. The Junior Kenmore Club will spon)r a Balloon Ball ;it tim Corn- reunify Club hall Saturday evening, December lfith. Timre will be good music and refreshments. Admis- sion 23e. a couple. Everyone invit- ied. PAL 5C NIGHT Present this coupon and 30c in cash at the box office of the Bothell Theatre and you will receive 2 regular 25c tickets to see "Good-bye Again" 50C 16 pretty cards in box . 25c A dance will belield at the Grace clubhouse. Saturday.. l)ecember 16. Settle-''l ..ouutD---'-" oo' D^-i-n- s Dogs - Bears - Dolls - Zoo Sets 12 Edgar Guest cards in bx. 59c A turkey will be given for the door Koo-Koo Kids - Magic Black- 12 Seth Parker cards in bx. 59c thePrize andbesta specialmasqueradePrize giVeneostume.fOr 1 ....   ? board-Musical Carpet Sweep- We have the famour Buzza Music furnished I)v Morley's Bhie -- i -- .... " " ' !Phone 353 flarmom Bms ers - Tops - Regular Fellers line of cards, always new and " - .... FIRE LIABILITY AUTO Paint Set - Games - Baseball different. The finest cards in The New and Later : INSURANCE DR. G. E. RICKETTS Game - Jumping Bear - Dump America. Cards a t 2 for 5c House of Israel  DENTISTRY- X-RAY Truck ...... 5c each and 10c each ....  :' Eslek Ormbrek [ .. []  . tmtnell Washington Wtll be. glad to welcome .you at. Phone--^ ,.,,,,,'" ,,,,n'b-ll l= . Look! Surprise Packages 25c each! tire puhheservlcesheld at Fredrlki I  Miller's home on the west hill,  Il All worth much more than 25c. Allcontains two or more Botheli. These meetings are l,eld:l] A 1P. RI',AI I at :30 p. m. (d. v]) sermon, songs I Ill Blacksmith I toys. Santa marked, some for boys and some for girls, so tile second Sunday' of each month I I "" "" --" ...... I and a question hour. "COblg I BOTHELL lil New location at I you can t go wrong. Come early and get your surprize .... and SEE. I package. Oh yes! We have packages for grown ups too -il CLEANERS  Ill Cottage Lake I .  . -- .,-T .- I Four miles east of Woodlnvtlle I at 25c. Just tell Santa you want a surprise package and II IAILUI I!l on l)uvall Highway I [ SIIOt IIOURS one of his helpers will help you. Bothell Telephone I I _ . I I , , .' I II Pressing I' 8 to 12 daily and every Saturday ] ., ,.. Company II "g;a., o,--, II I ir/tg Afternoons Subjet't to Local and Long I)lstance Service i ..... . 11 l.n,x.drv I.I al,,,,,,,,,e,, a,,,'whre I ;() all fronts II ....... o" II " [ 11 I I HORSESHOEING, ACETYLENE , "Use the Telephone-- II ., ,,,,,  . II WELDINGAND BRAZING, CAR I rnone/a Drings Its Faster" I 1 rnone / brings II A X L E S STRAIGttTENED ] / I Our Driver to II BUMPERS A N " FENDERS I RE PAIRF D The Store of the Christmas Spirit Lloyd F. Gates, Mgr. II Your Door II  . I PlIolar I .4 I I Distinctive Personal BUY YOUR CHRISTMAS Greeting Cards From Alice Burrows Citizen Office with Joan Blondell .'. Warren William TUESDAY, DECEMBER 19 Good Only On This Picture