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PAGE TWO THE GOLDENDALE SENTINEL--THE HOME NEWSPAPER RSDAY. JANUARY 1, 1925. General Road & Bridge Fund a good preliminary at 8 o'clock, the The following claim against Gen-imain game to begin at 8:45. This eral Road & Bridge Fund was ex- l ',amined, approved and ordered paid: should be a good game and one we l 'Chas Dewalt, repairs and sup- worth seeing. Come out and help us Law," and the passage of a bill by the state legislature, by which the Bible would be an elective high CHAP pE COMMISSIONERS' PROCEEDINGS i (From First Page.) 20.25 CmTent ExperLe Fund he es fbil'owihg" "ciais "against the The following claims against Cur-various road districts were examin- rent Expense und were examined, ed. approved and ordered paid: approved and ordered paid: i Road District No. 1 Goldendale Meat Co., supplies 1.80 i V Cooley, supplies & repairs 341.20 i county farm 'H W Bates supplies: COIlllty farm ...:..:.: ...... Darnielle's Feed Store sup" plies, county farm ...... Klickitat Roller Mills, sup- croPlies, county farm ....... ldendale Iardware Corn- Co. farm. Road District No. 2 69.24 S. B. Warren, labor, emer- gency fund ............ 111.00 79 26 Walter Binns, labor, emer- i gency fund ............ 114.00 11.75 ill. Shattuck, labor, emer- i gency fund ............. 24.00 10-5p i Road District No. 4 Co., sup- county farm ........ 4  55 i Kaiser Bros., labor ......... 12.35 Planing Mill, lumber .... W S Cassell, hauling lumber .25 farm ........... 4.10 Road District No. 6 Oil Co., gas, county t Herm Kuhnhausen, labor .... 54.00 arm ..: .............. 9.991Geo Radford labor ........ 36.75 M Spoon, revolving fund 242.67'Tim " Ward, l'aor & team.. 28.00 The following claims against the M. Schneidler, labor ....... 8.75 various road districts were examin- ed, approved and ordered paid: Road District No. 3 H Sellers labor ....... 25.00 oilers, labor ........ 44.00 labor .......... 30.63 labor ........ 30.00 lbor ........ 25.37 labor ....... 24.50 Alger, 8.75 Road District No. 4 hauling scrapers 5.00 lber Co., lumber. 8.94 P & S Co., rental on VChse. site ................... 10.00 Claim Rejected The claim of Perry E. Moore for for care and board of Mrs. is rejected. Road Petitlo'zl"- No. 1088--1n the matter of the zcation of the Rothrock road, as pc- for by F. O. Wittikka, same ,set for hearing February 3rd, 1925, 2:30 o'clock, p. M. The board adjourned to meet January 8th, 1925. Goldendale, Washington, Jan. 8th, L925. The Honorable Board of County lssioners of Klickitat County, kgton, convened pursuant to with Sherman Cooley, A.E. ad R. D. and R. M. Spoon, the board, in at- Current Expense Fund The followinlr claims against Cur- Expense Iund were examined, and ordered paid : r Allen Bonebrake. health &'fflig&'do'.'u'p- 5o.oo Mrs. Warren ...... 20.8S Bros., supplies, Co. 13.61 Hotel, board of :rs. Alexander . ........ 10.40 Dalles hospital, care of Alexander ......... 6.00 laor, Klickitat 187.10 project labor, Klicki- ............. 48.00 labor, Klicki- 48.00 ! supplies, Klick- 10.30 ! supplies "dr;e," iipit 26.50 ''/i,ldd do.i "''p: G4.s /'6','sh- z a. s Jail ..... 22.50i ssel hauiing" iumer 1.00 Gunning & Co., supplies, Co. offices ............ 23.45 Permanent ly Maintenance The flowing claims against Per- Maintenance Fund approved and order- labor & team 15.00 labor & tea'n 9.75 ........ 3.00 ......... 6.00 ........ 12.00 9.00 & team 11.50 6.00 .. 4.50 ....... 3.50 H F Kuhnhausen, labor ..... 14.00 Ed Snipes, labor ........... 12.25 !S P & S Ry Co.. supplies... 6.82 Road Petition No. 1067--In the matter of the change in the Goldendale-Glenwood road as petitioned for by Ed Thomp- son, et el, same is hereby rejected. Tile board adjourned to meet sine idle. i HIGH SCHOOL NOTES i Correspondents are ssked to have .. qP COpY in by Tuesday noon Goldendale High School Notes Next week first semester exami- nations will be given in all classes. !They will cover all the half year's work. In the last six-week's exam- ination the seniors led the school with an average of 87.3, the Juniors were next, with 85.4, the sopho- ,meres next, with 84.9, while the freshmen had 83.8. The Woman's i Association has offered a $25-prize to the class making the highest per- centage of gain in scholarship during the year and each class is working hard to win it. The honor roll for the last exams, which is a llst of all students having a grade of 95, or over, is as follows: Freshmen-- Katheryn Allison, 98 ; Marjorie Barnes, 96.5; Elizabeth Bratton, 98; Marjorie Locy, 96.5; Arline Lough- ary, 98; Pearl Shepard, 96; Arah Spoon, 96. Sophomores---Virginia Ledbetter, 97.2; Katherine Willis, ; 98. Juniors--Dorothy Allison, 98; win. Centerville High School Notes At the assembly meeting which was held Monday morning Elma Mattson was elected high school new., reporter in place of Ions Mulligan, who resigned her position. Both basketball teams are arrang- ing to go to White Salmon Friday, Ja B : e ning last Tuesday the noon hour was shortened half an hour. The first period begins at 12:30 instead of 1 o'clock, thus making an extra period, which will be devoted to music during the next semester. Last week the freshmen held two cake sales, one ou Wednesday and the other on Friday. The proceeds will be used for their cut in the an- nual. The home economic classes have finished their cooking course and began sewing, Monday. The honor roll for December con- ststs of: Florence Crocker, Hllmer Erickson, Gladys Wiidanen, Alice Hyrkas, Elms Mattson, Jennie Erick- son, Elma Niemela, Ira Lehto, Mary Miller and Ella Ritzschke. Hot lunches are the vogue in our school again. Ladies of the com- munity are taking turns preparing them. Wilbur Yeckel was injured quite seriously "nday, when a horse he was riding fell upon him and broke the inner bone of his leg about two inches above the ankle. After the injury he had to ride about a mile before any assistance could be had. He has suffered considerably, but from last reports he is getting along very well, although he will not be able to attend school for some time. It is the hope of the entire high school to see him back among us Soon. There will be a meeting of the I-Own-A Ford Society at Cochran's hall Wednesday night. All members please be present, as there will be election of officers. Nola Binford, 98; George Jacroux, Glenwood School Notes 97.2; Maxtne Norris, 95.5. Seniors-- Wands Brooks, 97.2; Martin Collins, [ Our teachers have returned from 98; Naomi Johnson 95 5" Henry[their vacations, all reporting having ' " ' enjoyed a splendid time Miller, 98; Lillian Spoon, 98; Beulah I Matson. 98. I School opened 5onday, Jan. 5, The basketball games, which werel with full attendance. Teachers and scheduled with Wasco, to be played !pupils were all glad to return to here Tuesday night, were postponed work. because of an epidemic of scarlet The senior class has selected their fever in that city. An extra row of seats has been added to the auditorium balcony, and the two rows already there have been extended and made much more com- fortable. Last Friday evening the boy's bas- ketball team was defeated 17 to 24 by Lincoln high schoOl of Portland. The boys were handicapped by a low ceiling. They hope to carry the long end of the score when they play I.An- coln here next week. The English II class has taken up the study of Shakespear's "Coreo- lanus." The cast has been assigned work already begun. rdus Kennedy nd Gus Markgraf will participate in a short debate Tuesday morning at ammmbly. The question is, "Resolved, that the white nations bordering on the Pacific ocean should call a conference to de- cide means and ways of protecting themselves against the warlike de- signs of Japan." Glenwood school is planning a con- test with Trout Lake school between grades I and 8, inclusive, to be held at Glenwood and given in the spring when the roads are good. lumber. 3:50 Next Saturday the Hood River bas- 29.95]ketball team, runners-up in last sea- 29.o01 son's Mid-Columbia League tourna- 9.40 21.92tment, will play here. There will be We Stock and Sell Ajax Tires AUTHORIZED SALES AND SERVICE Cars, Trucks, Tractors -We 1rave a special payment plan that will enable any- Onein need of a Ford Car, Truck or Tractor, to.own and operate it while making easy payments on purchase price. We will be glad to explain this service to yott ff YoU will car at the garage. --When you needepairing on any Ford Car, Truck or Tractor, get in touch witch us. We have the genuine z:Te sperl madzinery 'or overha and se.rvtee is at a high standard and the , =ume prices are elmrged for fwst-dus work. The high school orchestra, consist- tag of 15 members, is progressing nicely under the direction of Mrs. Anderson. They have already fur- nished music on several occasions, and are planning to be of service for school festivities in the future. The room having the highest per cent of attendance each month is to be rewarded by a handsome attend- ance banner, and lively competition has taken place. Ile ool Notes The basketball game Friday night resulte in a 26 to 16 victory for Mosier. Although playing one of .the best teams in the Mid-4olmbia League, and outweighed about 15 pounds to the man, Lyre put up a hard fight, and the game was far from a walk-away. The first half ended in a 18 to 7 score, but our de- tense tightened In the last half, and Mosler was only able to hoop four field goals, while we made ff points. A relm'n game will be played at Messier Tuesday night. The mid-year exams are over and everybody seems to .be happy again. Sigmund Schertel (lind George Knight were absent from school Monday. ome more physics equipment ar- rived this morning, and Mr. 8chertel school subject. Resolution Whereas, there will be a bil pre- sented in the coming session of tim legislature advocating the giving of credits in the high school courses for the study of the Bible; and Whereas, we believe the morals of our young folks would be uplifted by such action. Therefore, be it resolved by Klick- itat County Pomona Grange, now in session this 6th day of January, 1925, that we go on record favortn4 such a measure, and ask our senators and representatives to favor it. Sign- ed--S. C. Eshelman, master; Mrs. Floyd Van Hey, secretary. OBITUARY Selden Teller DeYoe passed away at his farm home seven miles east of here, early Wednesday morning, Jan. 7, 1924. He had bee in ill health six or seven years. He suffer- ed the last of three paralytic strbkes last April, from which he never ful ly regained strength. The end came at 1:10 a. m., Wednesday, Dr. Col- lins pronouncing the direct cause as heart failure. Mr. DeYoe was born at Brookville, Ill., in 1858, but most of his life was spent at Scranton, Pa. In 1882 he married Anna N. Thomas. They liv- ed for a time in North Dakota, later returning to Scranton, where his wife died. Six children were born to them. He was engaged in the feed busi- ness with his father here, for years, later becoming affiliated with the Prudential Insurance Co. In 1901 he married Ida Y. Sweet and soon afterward moved to Seattle, Wash., where he worked again in the insurance business. Because of fail- ing eyesight, he relinquished ths work in 1905, came to Goldendale and filed on a homestead, where lze since resided. He became a member of the Methodist Episcopal church at an ear- ly age and was active 4n church work most of his life. For years he was superintendent of the community Sunday school in his neighborhood. Since his health failed he made a study of Christian Science. He died as he had lived-,-calmly, peacefully, courageously. He leaves to mourn his death a wife and five children: William S. DeYoe, Mrs. Clyde Johnson and Mrs. Russell Miner, of Scatqe, Wash., Margaret DeYoe of Portland, and Bertram tL DeYoe, of Goldendal'e.-- Contributed. A/rplans now transport diamonds to the coast from mines in the inter- ior of British Guiana. Following an old custom, the al- dermen of certain English towns are weighed daily and their weights re- corded in the city records. George Ross, an Edinburg lad of 16, after falling through the glass roof of a railway station, landing on top of g coach and rolling off, got up and walked away. CALL FOR BIDS Husum-Tront Lake Road Klickitat County, Wash. Sealed bids will be received by R. M. Spoon County Auditor in and for Klickitat'County, washin_ton, until 2.30 o'clock, p. m., on Wednesday, February 4th, 1925, for c.ieartng, grubbing, draining ann Kradlng that portion of the Bnsum-lTout Lake road from Station 675 plus 00 to Sta- tion 1000 plus 16, or a distance of approximately 6 3-8 miles. Estimated cost of construction of the a)ove named road is approxi- mately $20,000.00. Alternate bids will be received on concrete i)ipe culverts and corrugated pipe culverts. Plans and specifications are on file in the office of the County Engineer, Goldendale, Washington, where same may be inspected by all interested prospective bidders. All bids must be accompanied by a certified check in tlea:mount of five i. cent (5%) of the total amount Bids mst be marked plainly "Bid on Husum-Trout Lake Road," klick- Rat County Washington. The Boad of County Comissloners reserves the/right to reject any and tttll bids. R. M. SPOON. County Auditor. By order of the Board of County Commissioners. Date of first publication, January "lSth, 1925. Jan. 15-29-3t NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT OF GUARDL&N AND NOqICE TO OKDITOR8 In the Superior.Court.of the State of . Washington for ttnck/tat County. n the matter of tht guardianship of 1925 Busin00 Booster SALE NOW IN PROGRESS AFFORDS THRIFTY SHOPPERS POSITIVE SAVINGS FROM OUR REGULARLY LOW PRICES. ACT PROMPTLY AND PLACE THESE WEL- COME SAVINGS IN YOUR OWN PURSE. DRASTIC PRICE CuI"rING, RESULTING IN A MOST UNUSUAL SALE. THEN, TOO, YOU ARE GIVEN COUPONS WHICH PUTS YOU IN LINE FOR ONE OF OUR FINE PRIZES. AT THE END OF THE SALE,-- You Can't Afford to Pass Up These Prices Closil Out RATINE Plu and Orange Colors only Regularly $1.00 per Yard Now, per Yard -- 27@ GLASS CREAM AND SUGAR SETS At Only -- Per Set 300 Yards 27-INCH GINGHAM Per Yard -- 14@ While It Lasts GREY GRANITE PANS Each -- 19 Regular 40-Cent Valles CHILDREN'S FELT SLIPPERS Per Pair -- ,, ,, , One Lot MEN'S LEATHER ALUMINUM WARE JERKNS To Close Out at 59 -- Each $3.85 -- Each J. & P. Carats CROCHET THREAD Per Ball -- 9@ Star Crochet Thread Per Bali- 7 One Lot BOYS' SI!P-OVER SWEATERS Each -- 95e PONGEE SILK While It Lasts Per Yard -- 67 Regular, $1.15 per Yard BATH ROBE FLANNEL at 63@- Per Yard TIN DIPPERS To Close OUt 5e -- KIDDIES HEAVY BLUE COVERALLS Trimmed in Red 93e- JAPANESE CUPS AND SAUCERS 20 Sets of 6 Each To Go At {PD- Per Set " SPECAL PRICES ON ALL ODDS AND ENDS OF DISHES 'Free Shoes Again This Week --COUPON GIVEN WITH EVERY PAIR OF SHDES SOLD 10T TO 3 O'CLOCK P. M., SATURDAY, 17TH. THE MAN, WOMAN AND CHILD HOLDING LUCKY NUMBER RECEIVE THE SHOES, AND ARE REFUNDED THE PRICE PAID. Winners ot Saturday, Jan. l Oth MRS. JOHN COFFIELD, HOLDING NO. 14. MR. GEe. BAMBER, HOLDING NO. 74. --THE CHILD'S NUMBER IS 3. WILL THE PARTY HOLDING THIS COUPON NUMBER PLEASE BRING IT IN AND RECEIVE THE PRICE PAID FOR SHOES. Come Every Day---Something Different JOHN E. CHAPPELL incompetentpersoff. WARD & BRODIE. Attorneys for guardian, Goldondale, Wash. Jan, 15-Feb. 5-4t-- N(FrlCE TO CREDITORS In the Superior Court of the State of Washington for Klickitat County. Nos. P. 1241 and P. 1257 In the matter of the Consolidated Es- tates of Elkanah B. Hylton and Manda M, Hylton, husband and wife, both deceased. Notice is hereby given that the un- dersigned has been appointed admin- istrator of the above entitled estates and hasduly qualified as such, and all persons having claims against said estates are hereby required to serve the same upon the administrator at his place of residence near Trout Lake. Washington, or upon Ward & Brodie, his attorneys of record, at their office in Goldendale, Washing- ton, and file the same, with proof of service, with the clerk of said Su- perior Court of the State of Washing- ton for Klickitat County, within six months from the first pv/blieation of this notice, towit: within six months from the 15th day of January, 1925, or the same will be forever barred the 15th day of January, 1925, and defend the above entitled action in the above entitled court, and answer the complaint of the plaintiff and serve a copy of your answer or other pleading, upon the. undersigned at- torney for plainff at his address as stated below, and in case of your fail- ure so to do. judgment will be ren- dered against you according to the demand of the complaint, which has been filed with the clerk of the above entitled Court. The object of this action is to secure for he plaintiff a decree of divorce from the defendant, and also a decree granting to the pantiff all of the following describ- ed property and setting the same aside to her as her sole &nd separate plans on making some new rl- theestate of Louisa Vanhoy, an In- corn stoat rson merits, pe and ayment thereof refused. Our .......... Notc is hereby given that the un- AI claims presented should be in team wm pronamy p/ay "1TOUt de;signed has been duly appolnte legal form and accompanied by the Lake Friday or Saturday in the z,nn-guardian of the estate of Louisa Van- necessary proofs and vouchers. .............. -" hey, an incompetent person, by the[ Dated this 13th day of Jawu,ry, nttmum, we wouta tO ,save you Superior Court of the State of Wash-11925 turn out and give us your support, ington for KliCkilt County, .and thatJAD HYLTON administrator of , sne has uuty qualtt eu as sucl guard-, the consolidated estates of Elkanan G--'-- --  }Inn, and all persons having claims[ B Hylton and Mnda M. Hylton, .ANGIZ PA8] IIIOLUWION against said Louisa vannoy are here-| husband and wife, both deceased. ____ by required to serve the same, dly| WARD & BRODIE, attorneys for ad- Pc ....... "" verified on the uneerszgned at her/ mlnistrator. Jan. 15-May5-4t mona urange No. b 1net m reg- home i'n Goldenness, in Klickitat ular session Jan. 6, and installed the County, Washington, or upon Ward SUMMONS BY PUBLICATION new officers. Frank Fenton, assisted & Brodie, the attorneys o! record in said matter, at.their office in Gold- In the Superior Court of the State of by the Goldendale Installing team, endale, Washtn]ton,_. and file the Washington_for Klickttat County, presented a very' impressive installa- same with the cierg or said court, No. 4121 with proof of such service, within six Rachel E. Graves, Plaintiff. tion. The business hours wer de- months from the first publication of vs. looted to digressing various resolu- this notice, towtt: within six months The State of Washington to William from the fifteenth day of January, William J. Graves, Defendant. tions and te child labor amendment. 1925. or the same will be forever bar- You are hereby summoned to ap- The grange went on record as %d ].,ment tthereorefused, i Pear within sixty days after the date favoring the "Torrens Non-Almtraet t. tt.t.rwAx.ttv:_ g.llardian [of the first publica4Aon of this lum- oz the estate ot omsa vannoy, an,m ons, towit: within sLffity oays ter In the matter of the estate of Ellsa- beth G. Gelvin, deceased. Notice is hereby given that the undersigned has been appointed and has qualified as executor of the es- tate of Ellzalbeth G. Gelvin, deceased, and that all persons having claims against said deceased are required to serve the same on the executor, at his reLsidence , Raymond, Wash. or upon rooks & Brooks, attorneyh of r6cord for said estate, at Goldendale, Wash., and file with the clerk of the above aamed Court, together with proof of such service, within six months after the dte of the first pttbllcation of this notice, or the same will be forever barred. Date of first pwbltcation, Jan. 15, property, tow/t: 1925. Lots numbered I0 and 1t in Block HARRY F. GELVIN. executor of the numbered [ in Napper's Addition to ceSese.Of Elizabeth G. Gelvtn, de- the Town of White Salmon, in Klick- ltat County, State of Washington, el- BROOKS & BROOKS. attorneys for 8o ginntng at a point on he north sam estate, Goldendale, Washing- side of a road 'lght of way where ton. Jan. 15-Feb. 5-4-- the center line of section 27, town- NOTICE TO CREDITORS  ship 3 "north, range 9, E. W . M., crosses said right of way, 478 feet In the Superior Court of the State of north of the sOuth quarter corner of Washington for Klickltat County. said section 27; thence north 19 d e In]heFl|atte r of the estate of Nellie frees 42 minutes west 350 feet; I . armory deceased thence south 52 degrees 49 minutes f "Notice is hreby giveIl that the west 182 feet; thence soth 27 de- unuerszgned has een appointed and frees 32 minutes west 188 feet; have qualified as joint executors of thence south 53 degrees 52 minutes the estate of Nellie M Flnnery, de- east 180 feet; thence north 75 de- c.eaed, and that all persons hring frees 41 minutes east 193.8 feet to [cmims against said deceased e re the liace of oezlnning, in Skamanla[qulred to serve the same on the tounty. tate of Washington; and texeowtors at their residence, Goldn- for. $100.00 attorney's fees, for all dale, Wash., or upon Bl'ooks & costs and disbursements in said action Brooks, attorneys of ,record for said estate, at Goldendale, Wash., and file and for. such other and further re- With l}e" clerk of the above named lie as to the uourt may seem meet I court together with proof of such .and just. Dated this 12th day of January, lsarvtce, within szx months after the 1925. date of first publication of this o- ROBT W. GARVER, Attorney for, tics, or the same will be forever bar- Plaintiff. Post Office and Office ] ted. Address: White Salmon, Washing-] Date of first pubHeatin, Jan. 15, ton . Jan, 15-Feb. 28-7t--- 1925. J. C. COLLEARY, THOMAS TWO- Jan, 15-Feb. 26-7t--- 1 HIO, executors of the estate of ., NOWICE TO (3RDITORS I Nellie M. Flamlery, deceased. In the Superlor of tte State oft BROOKSon d estate, & BROOKS,Goldenduie,attorneYSwashing.fOr :i Washington for Kllcktt County. t Jan. 15-Fdb. 5-4t