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! PAG~ ]~GHT THE EtNDAI INEL--THE HOME NEWSPAPER THURSDAY, MAY 8, 1930 Dance at Eagles THAI1, SaturdlY~ May 10th. Let's Go. L. L. Jones, of Portland, is in the city a few days this week on busi- ness. State highway patrol chief Wm. Cole, of Olympia, was a Goldendale I 3 sisters. He was a kind and loving! husband and father, and a faithfuli~i friend and nelghbor, i NOTICE The State Eighth Grade Examina- tion will rbe given at the most con- t John Deere High-Lift Mower business visitor yesterday. [ral schools in the county on May r~ The Billiken club met TuesdayI the 15th and 16th. Every SChOol in / t~'~J evening this week at tile home of] the county has been supplies with --, ~'~j Mrs. George Baker. , a list of the places where the exam- I o~ Jas. Fuhrman left yesterday forlination is to be held and pupils will ~ r0K " [~[ Yaklma where he has been summon-I write at the sdhool that is most ~ ed as a juryman. I convenient for them to reach. ~.~ Dayton Glarer left today for~ (Signed) CHESTER F. BENNETT, located iN IFql Wenatchoe, where he will take in thelSuperlntendent of Common Schools. YmiewmJ bus storss in pmctlcolJy every"!H~ J~ .~ ~ Apple Blossom Festival. [ 183-- [ ~][- The Real Bargain Store pays high-]~ H i[ . ~UJI:I)UIJ "I'b2UI' M~OOJ~ AIMJI'TION "ommunlt7 thut you may ~I~ [~J~l est market pr,ce for pelts, hides, fursI The Klickiitat County Board of]] J[ have the advantage of ~|r'~'~, mass distributing econ- ~ --~ I~1 and metals of all kinds, tf---lEducation will meet in the office of II II i ~'~ . the Count School Superintendent, ~ Win. Shoemaker pied gu,lty qO]Saturday' l~Iay the 17th, to consider [J ._. ~. | N'~ I% JJ omtss ~th home commu- ~-~ ~u~ FJ~ ~J,~r~;~,m,~:~' :' ~~: ~'',:~''~' ~ ~ ~ ~:~;~: ~:~: ~::;~:: ~ :~:';~'~"~"*]""~ IMI federal prohibition charges, and re-lbids for text books for the ensuing II w.n me n. asv LII[ II " ce [ I, -- ' ntty convemen . ~] II-|t} ...... . s " n .... ! five year period. Texts for the schools II , 7 d II L~jI ce~eu ,a six mantas en~e ce tLtl~J Of the county will be considered for l[ * -- II ~gB|~ll/~g~ has revolu- ~[ ~ ~ JL imorning. ] the following subjects: Reading, IJ [J S elling Language History Civics tionized the old time gro" -] ~~[~'~~~' I~ [~]] O. N. Willis, traveling fre]ght[p~ysiol~,gy and Agriculture. ' [[ One trlparoundyourfieldwxththeJohn H o~y SteTS into a cleon.~ ~] l.V~,~t~~( ~j] agent for the Great Northern Rail-J (Signed) . CHESTER F. BENNEI~f, [[ Deere High-Lift Mower and you'll say it's H - " ' ~uperin~enaentorcounty Dtnools PiG; .j~ , road was ,n the c,[yTuesday this, |i .......... ii t,h;~ . . . lt~-- li [ne easles[-wOrKlng ann eleanesz-euttlng II Id Medal" i week on ousmess, me er " r tendoncs, to make it pleas- || ~[ been here helping carefor her moth-I ~~r~ [] ~ H Hand-," e< ntrols give easy, high lift~35 , ' o., I I II inches at outer shoe with foot pedal; 44 II sant ~or yOU to shop. ~I A~ ' or, Mrs. Albertlna Marsh, returned . " . [~[to l~er homo m Tacoma yesterd.,. ,, , - --.-, - ........ u i ~(l~e~t/,~help, yoo$ovei~l ~~l A ~1 The county commissioners are in Ii ~~ II WlZn nana lever. II } I m~ney on quulitz foods ~ #II I by el:mlnoting wasLe~ul [~ ;lli am 7 II The21-p intelutehlnsureslnstantstart- II g 'i pp ..... ff/asweilastheproceedlugoofahrief I II II ing of knife in heaviest hay, Carefully I ........ II fitted, high quality cutting parts mean II " $olewaq guarantees .--~ |Ll~/meecing on me oum uf last month. .. - ~l~.J/ A marriage license was issued by ~_ II dean cutting, long service. II i you absolute sat;s~oct;n I . w;thsvewpurchose or we I ~~--I --- ]L ~I~ d A t.|auditor George Baker to John Henry dale. Some equipmen't. Inquire atl| ~ - II i lOlleI ~]~~r~, '~]'|Calvin 23 and Audre~ McKis~er The Sentinel Office. 191 H ~Lutterl)arfloats--followsunevengronndo ,, w;J~ re~unc] your money " L~JIIs, both of'Hood River, Tuesday this b~DR SALE---Go0d Red Poll Mllc~ II And necessary adjustments are easily II i / ~:i::!O~:ii' Ii,l |il L~l::a;~~;;:d2 Cow, just fresh. Heavy producer. * elk]week" also yearling Shorthorn Bull milk-II made. Repairs can be made with ordln- ]] IM!! Goldendsle golfers visited Top- ing strain. BorSch|re Hogs: Ed-1 II ary farm tools. II i ward Abel|rig Phone 3033 193 HallA~%kn ~ ] Pw::: hu 1:bl :t: d:~' l:d t [: ' It: uth:y ~-~OR-S-~E-~ 1 I] It will pay you to drop in at our store aud II c~rn.tha~ you may p~ofi~, I]IL .... ~|game, and thorougi, iy good t~me. Hardie pump hose and 2 nozzlesI II proved mower. [[ !i i Hem Marria~eng lieenaa~ w~r,~ i--...~.~ ,.~ goes with sprayer. 2work hor~es,: H ,l Ill3l/ .............. 1 saddle horse Home Comfort |l II IVll/two Klamath Fails couples this range with coil.Phone 312Z, ll II Pee| e "' by t Ge.B e, as [I GOLDENDALE MILLING II mornl audi or o ak r Albert O Jaekel, Maryhlll 191 j f /follows: Gilbert Fox and MildredSTRAYED---Three two year old II COMPANY [[ l(Ull/Pummill, and Carl Kemp and ~teers, two. red ones with ~ohtmte'II la~.'~f II t11~/Dorothy Nelson. and get them as they are causing " l- Z~'~a:= 1 Goidendale, W g ]] GRAN 'LATEDu SOAP [ ac s, one horn vent over. u ashin ton ' f~lbe n visitin wi'" h r "' Mrs Simon Sabot Klickit~, Wn. 191-- ]I ~ . . U I Highway Pure Honey Mrs. A L. Fotheringham, who has me trouble and pay demage. H ~'-,,.k_- .--~.~ '" e g "r,ne mo~uer -- ' I Large Package and l Trial I L~Jts. A. MeEwen for the pa~t six- -- OUALITY --" SE]~VICE~ i , Package . I 5 Pound Pail rJ | months, le t Saturday ,or C llfornla, .... ' ii' , I 1| where she will visit for a time with WANTED----Used mower in good lFO.R.SALi~---Dry^pine wood and fir ! Iihllt her n " I c.ondition.--Ijeonard ,CimmiyattL i denvereu, ~ r{ V O per corn. ~'none ~[J| .. so ~au . . ~ Lyle, Washington. 193 3012, R. Athow. 173 f~! t~ame waraen Chas. ~cEwen went '~ ~1~ :! ~" i a d ~~OR S~2 bucks 51 ewe~t IHI| to X ban, Wash., last Saturday, !~.~ I AM PREPARED to do m Ik n I ............ 1-a7 ........... ~ Ilflill . ~,,')~i cream testin~ at reasonable rates.~ .~'?Y. =%~", --~.~" ".~ ~*~-~ ~"'FF" ~Jl where ue procured 100,000 stem- ~--~. ~armann ~ ah~|inq Phone] m. An e.neareu. Are rlampsmre 41__I l H.head eggs from the W allapa hatch 3"*033"~ ................. 193" I stck' sme purebred' Bucks are ~7| - ' --- young, valued at $25 Call or write I l lUll|cry, to be released tater in the Big ~] J, ehn Proctor, R. 2, City 173~ (i I~l/--..c ...... HAY AND PIGS for sale. Also 12001~ t~.~| l~ll Kl~at river. ~ ~ pound mare unbroke. Home Sun-i FOI~ SIt.E_._()~ ~| The damage suit of C. N. Ackley [~L~ days. A. Schme~der, City. 19 batten gang plow, 1 walking plow, II II| vs. A. B. Osbourne & Co., Inc., for ~--~--- I 2 wagons, 3 sets harness, 6 collars, ~/~J|truck damage sustained in a col- IA~T---A knife and watch were lost~ 1 saddle. Phone 1072, or see N. 1 ,, . at the field meet last Friday. Find-] it. Norrm. lStf~ STORE No. 357 ~ l~ion, was heard yesterday before ~It~#~ er will return to The Sentinel 0f-!- - - PHONE 0 [~1 Judge McKenhey The plaintiff was ~i~ VV ~ flee for reward. ~~ " T t.]~, awarded $450 and costs. The ac- SMALL MODERN ~URNISHED (From Page 6) Mrs. Erneet Ireland had the mis- fortune Monday *~)f getting 'her thumb crushed. Dr. Bankerd re- moved part of the nail. Edward Dye, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Dye, received a ~)roken Vancouver in the evening. Max|no Ludlum Is a senior in high school there. BIA)CqKHOUSE Mrs. Combelic spent the week end with home folks at Kennewick. Mrs. Dawson is having her barn moved acros~ the creek. John Pros- tor and Roy Walker are doing the work. Last ThursdZy ~he sewing club met with Mrs. Floyd Bayer, the first time since last winter. A very en- joyable time was spent. Those pres- ent were Mrs. John Hatfield, Mrs. R. M. Divers, Mrs. John Clary, Mrs. C. D. Hatfield, Mrs. Edgar Bayer, Mrs. Floyd Bayer and Miss Esther St. Lawrence..The next meeting will be with Mrs. C. D. Hatfield. Mrs. Harlan Wilson spent several days last week with her daughter Mrs. Frank Vanvoltenberg. Thursday evening being May Day most of the door knobs were hun with May baskets by the children. John Clary and family, John Hen- ,derson and family, Lois EllsworthI and Pete Byrkett motored to Liberty Bond, Camp Five and varlaus places Sunday. Mrs. R. M. Divers and Mrs. John Clary visited at the Van mill Mon- day. Mrs. Harlan Wilson and daughter Lavelle spent Monday afternoon at the Van mill. OR(THA RI) HEIGHTS A severe freeze Saturday night and a heavy frost Tuesday night made a lot of black eyes on the fruit trees and berry plants which were practically 'all in full bloom. It remains to be ~een Just how severe the damage was but it sure looks bad now. Mrs. Woods closed her school on Monday of last week with a picnic for the children when they had a we|hie and marshmallow roast in ~he grove near the school house. Mrs. Woods moved back to her home below town last week. Mr. Naffin and Raymond Ward are working on the highway near Wi~hram. Mrs. H~aupert made the rounds Monday, taking the school census. Rusell Woodward spent the week end at San Refugio. thumb while playing ball, Monday evening. Mr. and Mrs., Fred Ric0nardson and family, visited over Sunday in Goldendale. Miss Ruth Tardy and Warren Langdon, both of Klickltat, were married April 26th, at Vancouver, Wash. WAHKIACUS Mrs. Hazel B. Slaughter is jttet closing her fifth successful year as teacher in district 93, and in her honor patrons and friends of the school gave .,a farewell surprise party Saturday evening, May 3rd, at the school house. There were fifty-nine in attendance which quite crowded the capacity of the build- fng. A beautiful set of dishes was given the teacher as a memento from her friends, the presentation speech being made by" Robert Lud-i lum, one of her former pupils, n0wi s senior in Goldendale high school. Stringed instruments were brought and several nelghbors volunteered to help entertain. A tenor solo was given by E. J. Hyder. A bounteous picnic lunch with plenty of ice cream was served by the ladies. Mrs Slaughter leaves at the end of the school year for her home near Ellensburg, Wash., where she will take up her duties in a modern two- room school this fall. The good wishes of all ~er friends go with her. We will: miss her in our com- munity where she has worked ~o faithfully with our young people. The L. G. Talcott saw mill started sawing this week, Monday. Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Jaeger, of Van- couver, Wash., accompanied by Mrs. Jaeger's father, Mr. Lleuallen, and Miss Maxtne Ludlum made a pleas- ant call on W. F. Ludlum and fam- ily Sunday afternoon, returning to We wish the county would place sufficient road signs at p places to guide the traveling public. For years past we have grown ac- custo~med to being called upon any time, day or night, sometimes at 2 or 4 in the morning to direct folks how to get to Yakim~ on the Satu~ road. Just Sunday night after dark a big car full of folks drove in to inquire the way to Goldendale, having missed their way at the Orchard Heights cutoff on the SatusI road. If signs could be placed low enough so as to ~be illunAnated by the headlights of oncoming cars, one sign ,on each ~ide of a tributary where it connects with the highway, we believe it would be a blg help. Most everyone watched the ecllpee of the sun last Monday. The clouds cleared away and gave a good view most of the time The general atmos- phere gave one a weird feeling. Which all goes to remind us that moonshine is destroying a lot of the world's sunshine. The Alder Creek Pioneer Reunion wtl be held Saturday, June 14th, at Cleveland. Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Omeg, of the High Prairie, were county seat vial |tars on Tqesday this week. Mrs. Helena McGuire and daughter Mrs. Carl Harper, motored to the west end of t~e county last Satur- day on business. cIdent occured October 4, 1929. A number of witnesses from White Salmon were In town for the trial. A delay on the Satus road is look- for, pending condemnation pro- ceeding,~ to arrive at a valuation for right-of-way. The work ts contract- ed to the Thos. Jenkins place at present, but state officials and land owners have been unable to arrive at a satisfactory price conclusion. Thls will probably be the means of delay- ing this road work over anoti~er year. Early census returns for Klickitat county have come to this office, and ms soon as all of the precincts have been heard" from, the figures will be tabulated. Early returns show Gold- endale population has s1~runk about 20 per cent, There are more homes in town than in 1920, and few houses can be rented. Just why the lessened population is one of those things. Towns through the east end have likewise shrunk in population. White Salmon reports a gain of 176, and both Wishram and Klickitat have greater populations.. The Chamber of Commerce should assist the enumerator in a check in town. Any person who has not been visited by an enumerator that will write this office may be assured the proper statistics will be secured Be count- ed in the population. (X)MMUNITY DAY The second annual community day, under the sponsorship of the Gold- cud'ale school system, is to be held May 23rd. Exhibits will be on display at the three school buildings from 10:00 Mr. and Mrs. Win, Duryee return- A. M. until 2:00 P. M. In the eve- ed last Friday from a five week's ning a pageant will be presented in visit with their children at Bickle- which every grade in both the gram- 'ton, Mabton, Satus and Toppenish. mar and primary school will partial- Floyd and Larch Vanhoy attend-lpate- ed the funeral service of Earl A.I . VanHoy, at Medford the first of theI ~ OBITUARY week. They picked up Irwin and Virgil, at The Defies, and Arthur VanHoy ~tt Vancouver. Boys sport sweaters, new stock, regular $3.00, for $1.45. Men's sweaters regular~$4.60 for $1.9~. Get these at the Real Bargain Store. 1t-- The death of William H. Adams, a former resident of Goldendale, oe- !curred at Yaktma, the first of the week, and the funeral services are to be .held ~t the Chapman Chapel this mornti~:~:at ten o'clock. An obituary published in the next Earl A. VanHoy, son of David S. 'and Elizabeth F. VanHoy, was born: in the VanHoy farm near Goldendale September 2, 1893 and passed away at Medford, Oregon, May 1, 1930, following an operation for appendi- citis. He grew to manhood in Kllck- |tat county nnd in 1915 was united In marrlge to Hulda Knight at Cam- bridge, Idaho. To this union four children were born who with his wife survive him. For the past 10 years he had been engaged In farming in the Rogue R!ver Valley of Southern Oregon. He is also survived by 9 brothers and .7 ,I COLUMN OF FUN ~D FA(Y]PS Edited by M: W. Chapman from his private sanctum down at the Chapman Furniture store. H0WDY FOLKS--Sunday is Mother's Day. Give her furniture as a remembrance. It will last many years, and she will get much enjoyment an~ pleasure from it. Try it this year. Carratt, the photographer, was taking pictures of the Sophomore clas~ and advisor, for the Simcoe. Addressing the advisor, he said, "Please look pleasant, lady, and in a few moments you may re- sume your natural expression." $ $ $ Whom ~ motorist stops and mo- tions for you t~ go ahead, beware, there may .be some trick to it. * $ $ It has been proved that a very efficient balm for an hysterical co-ed is a firm kiss. The boys are kept busy now trying to make them h~;sterical. CHEESE IS ONE OF THE OLD- EST FOODS. WE'VE ALWAYS SUSPECTED AS MUCH. $ $ $ If husbands are as wordless as wives ~ them to be, we wonder why it is th~ w~men keep on making wives out of themselves. $ $ Friend: "Why is it that your son always rides In a car and you always walk?" Father: "Well, he has a rl~. father and I haven't." $ $ * Dr. Bonebrake (who had just painted patient's throat): "Threo Dollars, Please." Patient: "What, Three Dol- lars? Why, I had my whole kitch- en kalsomlned last week for $2." * @ $ Surprise Mother, Sunday, with a fine walnut tint@nod Table, Buf- fet, and six Chairs as a gift. $89.50 isn't much for all this... HOUSE for rent. Phone 603, Mrs. Gillenwaters. 18 t f-- ".r RJEGISTERED ABERDEEN ANGUS BULLS for sale, 13 and 14 months old. Phone 3165, A. Davenport, Route 1, City. 183 [ HAVE TWO good holmes in The Dalles and some cash to trade for a Klickttat farm, stocked and equip.pod. What have you~ See me tar a quick deal. E'dward Abeling, Phone 3033. 183-~ ~IDS WANTED--Bids will bo ro- ceived by the undersigned up to two o'clock p m., Saturday, May 17, 1930, for 12 cords of 16 inch pine wood, delivered and piled in woodshed of school house at Fleasan~ Valley, before Sept. 1st, 1930. The right is reserved to re- ject any or all bid~. C. F. Schuster, Clerk School Dist. No. 15. 183--- FOR SALE--Buick Roadster, Stand- ard Six, looks and run# like now. $400 takes tt, 1925 n~odel. Gall Morford. 183 BARRED ROCKS, 2 days old $18.00 per 100; R. I. Reds, 3 days old, $15.00 per 100; R. I. Reds, 2 weeks old, $19.00 per 100" R. I. }1 Reds, 3 weeks old, $23.00 peril 100; W. Leghorns (official" re-I! cords) $13.00 per 100. Write ~o Yakima Hatchery, Yakima, Wash- ington. 184 PASTURE FOR RENT--At Klicki- tat bridge on Glenwood road, enough for 1000 sheep. Write to G. M. Jeter, Glenwood. 183 FOR SALE CHEAP---Ford truck in good condition; Warlord trans- mission, good tires. Also a Ford car. Inquire of Floyd Hamlltk, City. 186 ' LAWN MOWER8 SHARPENED-- Also new Wlzzard, 16 in. Call for ~rice on best lawn mower in town. oe Allyn. 203---tf ANYONE WANTING It. L R. baby chicks May 27 or first week in June please order them now. Price 14c each. Mrs. Axle VanAelst. 173 WOOD FOR SALE---Dry fir and pine delivered in Goldendale or mile from Goldendale for $6.50 cord; Centerville $7.00 cord. Harding, Phone 3236. 173 blEN WANTED--Two good open- ings, near by, for Watkins Deal- ers. Make good money with the largest company of its kind In the world. See local dealer. C. R. Paull, Goldendale. 176 FOR 8ALE---Some good iron beds with sprifigs. Inquire at Central Hotel. 173 FOR SALE---16 head of registered Shorthorn bull calves. Harry Fer- guson, "R. No. 1, City, Phone 316Y2. " 5 ltt--- NOW IS TH]~ ~ to take baths at The Mineral Springs. Makes you fit for your summer's work. It gives you vigor and vim. Try 'emil once. Blockhouse MineralSprin13t'gs' I[f-IIs Blockhouse, Wash. I! SHIP BY q~RUCK arid save money.l[ Daily overnight service from Port- II land, via The Dalles and.Mary-~| hill. The Dalles Truck Line, Inc.,ll Carl D. Spickerman, Agent. Res.|l 504 Columbus Ave., G01dtndale,|| Wash. Phone g82. Stf----II 1 ,e ~11 Groceries - Flour and Feed Rest Room for the Ladies FREE DELIVERY Anywhere in Town PHONE - 992 "We Like to Hear It Ring" N th* ad iee of eompet@nt author- ides on food and nu- t /tlon, many people are reducing sa, fely and satiefaetorfly on diets based en lean meat, green leafy vesetable , and fruits. Lean meat ig primaril7 not fattening, but is high in fOOd value. STAR MARKET Grocery H. CL VER, Proprietor Phone 1152