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December 30, 1933     Bothell Sentinel and Citizen
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December 30, 1933

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I A NEWSP.%I&apos;EIt lil.;lol;l) "1"() TItlI l)llOGlllE'"i lit. lll)'rllt;I.l. AID ADJACENT VICLNI'r "llit)ltt)l l,ll (0% 1;1..%(,1"; III;I';KLII ". .it i'AI'Ell FOIl AIJ, IIOMt; IN lrllf; BOTIIELL TRADING .gtlll.E.k VOLUME XXVI. BOTHELL, WASHINGTON, SATURDAY, liEI'EMBE! / :'o, 192,:;. N [ Mt/EK 8 N MOTOR CO. Service Bothell tristlila00 t0aPPP !acW 00)ur %.%%%%%%%" Service Station 'S GREETINCS md and Gravel -- Cement bia Lumber Co. Bothell, Wash. HOLIDAY hi!dren ar.d RINGLET PER3LNENT and f am :.::." $2.50 $3.50 $t.lll home of Phone 712 Alice's Beauty LIGHT COMPANY AND DOWN? of the depression has been: "Why of commodities?" It', a natural le mechanics o| our businc's and the in rates. Further, they forget the cost of living during boom times, have the unusual experience of seeing income per kilowatt hour ior rest- it was in 191 ) and 50o less than in levels and look at the way it is shoot- ours is a pretty good record of rate of return is limited at all time.",. !times, when others are making ext=a little fat on the skeleton, we are not losses along with the rest. nature of our business a heaw invest. large annual interest and tax charges time=, tends to keep electric rates from price=. are we guaranteed a [air return. Such o| exacting the last pound of flesh, to keep alive. be made more flexible-----should be commodity prices. g'ell, maybe they going up no ith the cost of living? Sincereb,., p it ,I- , i I') [ %' tinily )rder huslnes, but v. tit )o- m>. ' IbMImi,tv BOND ELECTION POLLS ARE OPEN 'Li00 Entertain [UrgesC.W.A.Men High School Teams! To Be Cautious In Bothell Lions. with--0000e aid of Peter I Their Ex=penditure VOTE YES FOR BOND ISSUE TODAY Podder. Sam Christilnsen, John Han- son and Charles /alters "put it on" IF YOU WANT NEW TOWN BUILDING WELCOME NEW YEAR 19M !,o. o, ,...,:,...oo, ,oo< ball team at the regular Lions club.jects throughout the county, John F. 9 banquet Thursday even,ng A turkey I1y Ihd/,h I) Smi/h dinner was served to about 70. county, yesterday declared no indica- Satuida tell.- the t,ih' ]h,th, II ,,1( I will ]htxe ,t The occasion was in celeb:ation of tion has been received that the work chance t,, sh(,w ill(dr i.iiterl,rise I)v '(,ilig t,) tile I,,,lls aml eting favorlild(' I)all()fs t'oi lit(' Ii(!w ,.ivi,. v(.nler I)ilihlin'_.. tier(: al'l..()liit. ()[ llic tiiiiigs t.llil,.li(.,I ill li,. |llliliS t'lJr the edifi.e : City iiljrary. D, w','(mio(hltc I,ros('lil li(',.,l: :ii,l l,rovi,Jo for expqliSiOli ill tile i'titlil'C; COillil'ii ,'hliliilJCF t'itti)ig" P,,r the use of public valllt.rhig's: jail: fire delmrtniont witll room for firenl0n'. study and h,.tulo, etc. ; adequate l,rel,- arati0n for the care of hose and other expensive equip- ment; city garage f, ir work truok and storage for city tooLs and equil)nient. The plans .all t'(,r a building of one story and base- ment. so constructed that at a future date an,,ther story !i ean be added if fomid necessary. An option for the corner at First and Fir. folaner location of tile American H,,tel. has been se,.ured f.r tile project. It is a practical location, well centered and al- most free to the town. The construction of this building would furnish oik" .. :i for many local tradesmen. The building trade has been at a standstill for s,, 1,rag that many carpenters and bllil,l- ing laborers are sorely ill liecd ,if a proje,:t of this kind t, hel l) them over the winter. W00dinviile Club To COURT HOUSE r00WS !" I By BEN T. IIART Adopt New 00y-Lawsl -,o, oo,.,>, o,..,> <,:,, The Woodinville Community club will meet Tuesday evening, January 2. at the Woodinville gym. A full attend- anee of the membership is desiTe'J as the question of adopting the by-laws and other important business will be discussed. Snmetime we wonder what happen when the Justices of the Supreme Court at Olympia receive some of the exhibits our office forwards to them in connection with cases going up on appeal. One of the exhibit.s sent ,'.his week was an envelope containing several handfuls of dry. fluffy feathers. # # S # S A r,,il'ii ;llid loll'h ohl year it's I,'l'li llial We :ti;lil ,,,ll lu. i(qlili'. UI'("W: lakeli i,h.litv .,it Ilia ,'liil: lhvl'(, w(di'l lie iliil']i I,.l'eliVili.'z. liill v,. vitli >tl,,lll i! l'ilr aiid with'. w, sli,,we(l "(.12i v(: ,,,lti,l "'iak(" ii 'i1;,. iloXl V(qll"< .. lit_ f,,r a ". (,Ill 1, "lliakl' ,)i' IJl'l:ak " it. Wv'll k(:"l' 1)111' t",'t <' O11 Frallkiill |).. W(;'I'o witii llilll oVt.l'V si.,.ti,,li. W('II tell tile world we klloW tliat ]ic is ill tile ri.ght direction, lie's stridin.'," f,Jr- ward rnile by lilile, each week li(:w wheels al'12 hllln- liiili,: We'll start the new year with a smile fur I,l'it.'htl'r days alo eoniinff. lVe've Slllik our roll without a tear iR thing- ilial.,b>." f(,r l']iri.tnia.% wc nillSt spread the sea- S,,li'S cheer front _Seine down tl.) tlic IstiililliS. O -ire a W]l,)Ol) i'Ol" ";))4, let's have 110 f(.eble bleating; (,it(. day--and lhen just let it rl)aF li hlsty _New Ylqll"S ( lreeting." %%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%% without a iicens-, ,iding in a '<\