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AG=L BOt ON P,O. B tEO1 ! "T TTT . E - E ed 1879 Goldendale, Wash ington, day.juneli, Vo- -LVII N0:24=== I I "''" " '*BELT TEARS BENI i FROM GOUNTY -- NOTES FROM SUPER- ,, ._ uN . ICOHHI$SiOHERSHOLD : IAugust ~-'" W.jussflaKlOeknerspentandthe sOnSweek_end ,and I~4. ' w :rLvL L Lm, I -- [ REGULAR SESSION I > i " " ~, * ~ A regular meetln~ of the Gold- : CORRESPONDENTS ,,..,n.IOR COURT RECORDS o- HANSON S ARM OFF I n0.,. ommo=,., ;i Mr. and Mrs. Louis Sly and Jun. 20, 1900 [TuesdAy evml~g following a well-[ I -- mother, Mrs. Lizzie Vauhoy, ImaSed! -- ~ _ ( .... ~ ....... ,, -- [attended luncheon at the McKuneF ' | through town this week, enromte to I . t,... |Te~rmna and Mlllar(l trot.t-I tCafe. Julg, e N. B. ~rooks, I~i-] " WARWICK Portland to spend a few days visit- Action filed by G. B. St. Lawrence ] ~_ng extracted 134 trout from vne Ben Hanson, owner of the mow( dent of the cl,ldb,, preaid~l. & mhort| " ! Mr. and Mrs. Oleschewsk, and son Mrs. J. I Vanho, mad ltttlelHensel, et aL stoking that rea, es-I Bert Faulkner is over from 'rop-IGlenwood. ,'as the victim of a pain-/ luncheon..W h gton 2 I of Montesano, Wash., are vtsttng daughter Nadine, who visited with tats mortgadges given to the byle penish, ful and frightful accident Tuetaayi A R ~oh,,A~,~ ~,,,~l~-a ~,,,,,1|zvzD" I 'With her ~|ster Mrs. Minnie Wendt. her parents Mr. and Mm. B. H. Trading Company and a mortgagei From the shortness of the berry!n'fternn, at Glenwood, which re-|huv.~r ..:o~'~..'~.~"~.~.,"~'...~.~.A'~ _~.==:| The Honorable Board of County ~[ . Mrs J E Strahl returned Thurs I~ Cchran for the past ten days, re-[given to M. I. Hensel by the plain-t crop this year it might be inferred i sulted in his right arm being pulled| ~l'k~.' ~'~e m:tt:; ~-:Ur=:;~-~u'~'-~|Cmmisainers of Klickit&t County. ! - - ' uz p lr~ to t~e ~'a n o r off at the elbow sht gt n convened pursuant to day from Portland, where she spent' turned to her home in Portland,]tiff, both of record, be ordered can-lthat the Khckttaters were not thei /state highway on the road to MarY-[ad'ournment witll A E "arden ] at week visitin,-~ with her son, Dr., Wednesday. I(Celled by the court, for the reason ~ only ones nipped by the late frosts, i At the time of the accident Han-lhlll south of town ...... was orougn~ up, [cnmrman, -~ ..... ~rant cry.fence" ' ~na~" ~ner-~" ' ~[ ~son was endeavorm to ut v. belt R. P. Strahl and N. F'. Strahl, and l Mr. and Mrs. ,V. I~ Miller -'ere f that plaintiff has paid same and the ! M.M. Warner and family return- ~ .." .. "g 1) .... ~and H. H. HaTtley, vice-president of [man Cooley present, and R. M. Spoon, I fa~nilies ~do~n from Goldendale Saturday *defendants have f~lled to make the,ed Saturda f l wh re on tne pm~ey or a gas engine tna~ , " l " ' I " y tom Miss on, e ~ . . | the club, stated that he had written|ex-officio clerk of the board, in at- 1 Mr and Mrs. Jesse Oliver and ~ visiting their daughter, Mrs. Zenas proper releases, according to pmin- they had spent a month visiting with ~ was running and is used to operateito Gee Hm.tle- ab-'" the -'-t"~- itendance 4H :family, of Chewelah, Wash., spent Mattson. They returned Saturday. It iff. It ts shOW/e mra~:n Pr~o..eoda [.Mr. Warner's parents. I hi:l[htstl:ges:la~ ~i c:=e=~:e w:ntd~ and received a ~replyU:hat thT;o= ] Current )~]xpcnse Yund I at Week visiting Mrs. Oliver's moth-1 C.T. Camplan was in town Men-] ings that the ~,y T " g "' Messrs Van v~,~ ~,,,v,,~ ~,~f "P ' a|ernor would take the matter u~)with | The followln~ claims aga|nst Cur- ! " I ~ .................. l - t :or, MrsGuss Hollett day on business, corporation, hasbeendissolved asl ~mlitk ~r .... ~,, .... ~ ..... ,-^h s forearm passed between the belt|th~ oo,~ ~,,~.h ...... , ..... a o~ /ron -Expense ~nd were. examined, ~[ , ] ' ] -. ........... ...=...~. ,. ~,.~ ~,.v an e I1 w i ...., o~..~ ..~,....,~ ~..~..~..,.... ~.u- approves an(l oraerect pare: Za mm 1 an (I A J ~,hola came down from Gold such t d th pu ey, h ch v.bsolutel , chary N" e a d Oscar W .... -t " " l at Crofton Prairie and say that tt{ t~i "e ........ t-- . . ~I vise him about file matter. ]Peter Conlboy, special deputy I nc st o It otr at the e vow tearing Stlerl[[ l~ 00 ~on spen~ a few days last week at] endale Thursday to ~Tlte lnsura e. l Action for divorce filed by Myrtlei is a good paying proposition, i..~ ." . . _ . ~ gl Secretary W. F. Bym's stated that |~, ~i~., "~;.~.'XC~=Lk" '~d~}~ " I ~'~rush Prairie. Miss Virginia Gle~n, who.spem.tiMay Peck e~gain~t Ernest W. Peck,I J.C. Daly, a well known sheep-Jtae tenaons loose from me upper j state Senator Christeneen had wlred| 'hd] r .:~.".~.~,'.~.~.~:.~:7~:" 57.00 | ~'. Lee Strahl is home from South ] the past month visiting trmnas" ann [ on the ground of cruel and inhuman I man of Kltckitat c0,,,,*-,.._.,, has left ..-,n I arm. ]that he would also look into the mat- ]E C Allison, supplies ...... 13.25 ' relatives here re~urned to her home 1 in Mr. Hanson wo~ld have undoulpt- L E McKee sud)plies ....... 9.75 ~end, Wash., where he attendedt , ]treatment. It is al eked that dur gin visit to hm old home in the Countyl .. ~-[ter. !~,~, T~,,~b .... na,m~ .... ] klgh School the past year. Lee[ in Vancouver, Wash., a few daysi the la~t two years, and in particular, i of Cork, Ireland. Mr. Dale has onlyI sly bled to death, according to r~| President S. B. Brooks stated a | ami_natton .... ......... 6.00 ] '~traduated on May 29th, from thatlago. . ..... Isince August. 1924, the defendant visited Ireland once during a resi-~.Prt.~' nad it not been ~or .two eX-]new industry would soon start lniSa~aa~i~rry' enductlng exam" 600 | serwce menwno were worzmg m ~liehool , Our Dallteam ~on a aou~le-neaa ha spent thousands of dollars of dence of for [ Goldendale bu c u! n t v - ' - '~ " ty years in the Unlted~the mill at Glenwood and wh:l , t o d "o g! e the/John W Gr~llam'& C().I sup'- " i Cuss Hollett and wife, Jamesler game last Sunday afternoon, lthe communRy funds of the ps~rties States and that was 25 years ago I ...... "[details at this time. [.~p~est#upt .,.:., ..... :., 4.57 ] ~l~,~t-..~ ....a ~...~T......~ ~,.~ ~..a~lThey nlayedwith O W R. & N. ii ....bless ~.a riotous living" and ' "ltrom tne]r army experience, ~,new[ ..... ,,,~,~ ..... .......... |w J~or~, supplies, supt.. 1~ . ~ o ] ~---~,~, ,~.uu ,~,,~ ~ .v~ ~ ....,,~ .- " " I ......... ~' ~ ~ win. n. ~, ~ tu~ ~wc ~:om'm~t-~C ~ oneaL engineer, project 200.00 ! ~ad family drove to White Salmon!artd Dorty Powers. When two that the plaintiff should be awarded DATE OF PICNIC CHANGED ' ll::d:/e:tPrstth:iflWn~lfl blood; and]tee' st,t" ,hO had interviewed the|M ~ectSP&ld(ng, surveying, pro- ] ~d returned last Sunday. teams from one town can't beat atI the whole amount now in the hands __ I ' fi d u t lfnys clanS]county commissioners p.nd Mrs. JeanJa ~ ,l~'d,'~,,~" " ",~,~.~,;~',,'d 100.00 ] ~ ,Corn Wilson of Horseshoe Bend, !l~ast one of the games, that Is prooft o'f a Goldendale bank. A temporary On account of the ~loneers' re-iculd arrive..IC. Gibson, county school superin* i.. ~.roj~ ......... v ...... 90 00 Jr I **'~ " '' * *' * Visited Edith Strahl one day last~ enough to convince you that Center-] restraining order was issued re- ................ ,nin,~ ~ ('zo,,,b~,,~a.., .,,.o,,~ .~...~.~_,~ .... ---.~nl Dr. Warner of V~ hits Salmon, andt .el ndent, In reoa,, .... ,.a ~,, a ..... ~n,,,,tv, .at_. ,- ]T R O neal, surveYJng, project, 90.00 ~ Quite a number in the neighbor- ' the "Lake Shore Tigers" who play[ drawing an)" of the funds, or the clded to cLan e the date of the I .~ponaed the the emergency cal~ anal erence to the work of repairing the |Mrs ?ohn Amacher board, 5 g . - ' :.&OOd have been on the sick hat with lhere next Sunday: Ju~e 14th, sit UP]bank from paying any of the funds grange picnic to Saturday, June 20. l attended the inJtwed man. It.wast slide on the Rock Creek grade, adnd|c ~r~1 "ca'sh'advanced" i}r~- 111.60 ] r a~methin resembltn the flu and take notice The scores of the until a hearing can be had It is a tow minutes over an hour, xolmw e 1 eel , 6 92 g g 1 " " i " "" Remember ~he date and come to ........... "[th detour methods n vogue. It wasi J .,': ....... : ....... | " B games were as follows alle ethat m the latter art of mg [ne accment, verore medmat as- R H Hazeltou truck rent & ;- ode Stacker and wife visited at[ ] g d " P Blockhouse for a good time ..... . . I~tated the road would be open by] Inmh~, ' r.~ ~ / R H E ~ 1 ferr ss~stance coma arrive, and it was - .the O. S. Cochran home Sunday. [ ~19.4, the defendant so d the y __ . I June 15, three crews now being at|Gol'd'e~d~tl~ "I-I~rdw~re" "Corn" .... | O W R & N 6 8 4 us heSS at Mar ill for the sum of fortunate the ex-serwce men were any. sup lies en inset 78 Roy Sanders and family were [ . . - " ............ [ b ! yh EIGHTH GRADE STATE EXAMI- ] work in 8-hour shifts. |_ ~2 . ~t P ~. g ! ' " j~ "l+ ~ r] 'atlling at the Sanders home Sunday[ ('entvr~lle ........ 1114 4 i $12 000 and that of said purchase ~a,~,~,~ " present and stopped the flow of] M L Banders D D .,~tea ~.^ ~a|~ H A t yn~,~uppim8, engineer t.~9 :| , .... , ' ' ,,,ffi~,,~o L, ...... ] , . ., o~ ,~ u~ ,,~ui~tanoara Ull Co., su.pptles, | ~#veuing. [ Batteries: Budder, Graham; L,e-I price the defendant has admitted to ~mo~. zne arm was amputates] noticed in a Bo~ton pu,blication that| sheriff :.. ............. 35,00 : -- about four inches above the elbow Reader Telepl~one Co, se~- I The railroad bridge gang that[ blanc and Tobin. I the plaintiff he has drawn the sumI Notice is hereby given that eighth ........ "t a delegate from Spokane, Wmah., to/ v! ..... m~t,,] .... " n ~ i tae been camped on the siding here[ Second game: R H E Iof $10,000, and has admitted there igrade state examinations will Ibe _~tJ!ey _murray,. ~.'lenwooa mer-[ the recent child welfare convention |T J';I~)~ti~g_c"are'of~count); in- "'-~ ] for bert Powers 6 8 i h n f th b nk either cnant who was m town yeste~as.y, mates oor mrm 144 75 the past three weeks, have mov-[ Y .......... ~s n the a ds o e a , :give~ June 18th and 19th in the ; ....... tin the East, had stated that child[ ,V,h.~ ~o~.~,1..~. ~t'~-',:~..~. ;L_ d to the siding at Mile Poet No. 23, ~ Centerville ............ 17 13 ton deposit, or in escrow, the sum of!following named places: reported tttat ~r. Hanson recov~ree ] slavery existed in the ~tate of Wash-,~ various r~d~ d~st~i~s~we~ex~ml'n~- .~ ----~! f~ the canyon " i Pat Matt.son made a home run] ez,000. That in addition to sald~ Goldendale w~,mm~, m~.hnol h,,Hd- from the shock of the a~cldent and[lngton. After some remarks by Dr ted, approved and ordered paid: | ~lC~Oi~ Zachary Niemela and family via-[when the bases were loaded. Johnisum' the defendant has in his name,!iag; White ~tlm'on_~g-ram"mar school operation fa!.rly well, and is gettlnglsanders' a 1~otlon was passed in-"I Road District No. 1 ] " I i H ,rkas roved himself to be the t" r n a lar e amng as we~ as can b~ expectea. '-V~-~i_~e~ ted at the I John Kahkonen home j .3 . P [ m the S ate of O ego , g , building.: Lyle.. school building.: ] structing~ecretaxy Byars to write tel ...... Elmer E Eakm.an.,l ...... rfreman". 7~.00 ...... ] Qorth of Centervi|le0 Sunday. |cnamp]on rooter. ]amount of real and pe~nal proper- Glenwood school building; Blckle- - --~.~-- _ ~ |the Spokane Chan~ber of Commerce]~ ~)~u~.~o~v ....... o~.~ ] ld~ | Martin Lumijarvi and 3ake Jacc~b-|ty, aggregating, as plaintiff is in-lion sch~l h,,l,,~,-~.- ama~a,l~ GOI,DENDALE BU~INE~H~ ]and request them to see if the |L D Martin0 labor''': ..... 6"50 her~ ~/LTON BOX SAWMILL NlgWS Ison were fishing down on the Klicko[formed and believes and thereforelo~h~,, h .... ~ ...... 6 ..... "~'~ ~' M~EN WIN AT )5"ALLBRIDGE|cOUld locate the delegate in the ~'it~'|l~rank E akman, labo'r'&'te'am 23~50 ce - - - . . ~ ............ ,,o,,--- . ~, '~ : Carrel ,~verett, laver & team 22.75 ttat r~ver Sunday the former bring nile es the sum of not less than , , 21~jC. B Harris and wife made aling home a race, mg steemeaa. 1510 000 in value the e~act na, ture ~ .... ,~ ~ ..... ,.,^..z^.., ^, o~.~o The baseball game at Fal~rid~e istatement |J B Kuhn,labor and team.. 28.37 oUsiness trip to Portland last week. [-- | and description of the property being l __ played last evening between the busi-| The broken bridge on Threel'~'~)l~ies" ...... s ...... v- 5 20 --]~i~ Mr. Rathbert and Mr. MiUett, of | GLI~NWOOD | unknown to plaintiff, but consists in i Mrs. Laura Calv and son, Clark, ness men of Goldendale and the Fail-[ Creeks on the S~.tus route, caved ln[A ~ ~.c[q~.rY.'t" SUPpii~S~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 7~20 .__~ ~he j. Neils Luml)er Co., of Klick-| -- [part of a house, garage and sod-vice accom,-anted Mr and Mrs Bert Sh~! bridge Railroad team, resulted fn a|bY a heavy truck, was dtscttssed as[J. ~,~nurcntl~, supplies .... o~.~ ~r " " l | . o V " ~ - V U~=, ~l~L~-~ ........ ~o,~u ~r~ ~t~t. were vlmtors at the Milton Bo.l ~, Leaton is quite il. We al ]statlon in the To, n of ~oardm~,.J ton on their trlp to Portland the score of 9 to 11 in f~.vor of oo een-Jto when repairs would be made. It] "--.~ Distrl-.t ~o o a~ lP.o. sawmill one day last week. ]hope for his immediate recovery. | Ore. and divers other properties a.o, =e ,~. .... 1, ,m.= i..... ~ ..... dale [has ~tnce been learned that Su~r-|-- ' :'~'~.. .." .... ." I b -- ' ' i ..................... ~ ,o ~t, ~- ] .'-|v'eenaughty Mctly L~O., re alrs 109.12 i] .-..~nbwe~- A. V. Tully and Frank Peterman[ Abce Dean returned ~om Etlens-[ real and personal in the State oil tend a medical clinic this week fro They have a new diamond there, visor 8oilers is going to put in aiRossier & Mztsen, sup~es. 130.46 ~.~ ~Otored to Portland last Friday', re-]burg last Saturday, where she grad- | Oregon. June 18, 1925, is set as e,,amination at the Shrine ~,,~--~*~t ~,,,~ ,~,o ~,o~o ~o~t .... ~ .....,~.~|new bridM~ at the 1)lace Detour is Byrkett Powder Co., supplies 162.98 e~rb~I ~rniag Sunday They traveled on|-uated from the ~tate normal ~chool,|the hearing on the restraining or- f-r future treatment "|r .................... |made "on the old road by way of the[ Road District No, 8 !!J Ot~-"~ " . ~ . t ~t une to oe p,,~ea on ]~, t-ae John lie 1 r the North Bankh~ghway andre She has secured a position at Stun der Saxton lace H Se rs abe 122 50 -'~-,~ -I . "[ . The Legion Auxiliary sold 577 whole town was out to see the g'a.me,] P J.~ohnie Sellers, 'labor &'te'a'nx 87:00 JPOrted the road m ood shape ~ood Wash, ~here she will teach r ! ,]~ " g " i " ' " ~ Inventory and app a sement filed poppies last week making $28 85 and they are a bunch of enthusiastic| ~- IChas Wilson, t~'oor : ; ..... : 15.00 ~ Ch 1 1 t t e the second de ' " " .~ 3 W Bridgers, rmer, under ann ~'~t~ ar ey Ke ly, be terman inh | gra . ~in the estate of Arthur Hale, deceas- for their treasury. Of that sum, rooters for their team Twentv.flve[F~,EVEN CAIU~AD~ OF ~AM)H~[ ,oo,,~ ~ o~ Sty. ~icket m,.ll, had the misfortune of[ Wmifred Lenten has secured a|ed. shows the real estate to b~ ap- $25 was immediately" sent to the cars were down from Goldend~le. | PU~]~D ]H[]~]gE [Alvin Sellers, labor ........ 70,00 !] ~,em~ t~mg 8truck on the left arm by a|position near Ohehalis, ~here ahe|nraised at $2,010, and the 9ersonal headnuarters for child welfare wm.k ~ ~'~l|b~rtdw~ Hntt~v w~ M [|W J Young, tuber ........ 7.00 ' - ............ ",- " "- r hfl ! " wil ......................... G Q Chu c l, a~or & team 32.00 Mab of ~ood andwent to Golden 1 beprincipal of a three-room - I ......... ] property at $4,000. Del Gunning stepped out aad pur- 8mi~h, pitc'her, and Brundage, R Boho, k~v mutton buyer [J W AIIe., labor 3 50 i] orffi~ ~le for medical aid. There were|sCao~- ~ne amo graauatea ,rom| Decree under real estate mortgage chased a brand new Chevrolet tour- er. The battery for Ooldondale was|w th a " eedln. D'lant at Lvle. ;~'[C!~ude,P~rvi~ne'~ls'br.-x." " 57.78 !I ' ~O broken bones,and he ts back at the ~lleD$otlrg DoroLal " " W] h ~ - ..... ~r~ ~xu~ ~zuur o~ t~*~zm., xv.vv ' '.CO~#~i _ | ......... " __ __ ]foreclosure entered in the case of mg car, eqmpped t balloon tires, composed of O. Spalding, pitcher, | chased 11 car to~ds of lamlm stied Patton,' l~bor ......... 64.75 W~.k again. | . ~m[n corue~ .a~a.ner mot_nor vtSO|A R. England, ef al, v~. John Fred- the past week, from the Hudson ~w- and A. C. Keefhaver, c~tcher. [Ootdend~te th~ w e e k i,am lEaul.SeJler , l bor :....... ~S.0_0 A. L. Simon and wife and Eric ited at the L,eaton home I~punG&y. . . i-e ti . Fran~r L,ampson laoor ..... lb.Tb "-~ '~ .......... [ "~^'-~e '~erbin'- rehlrne~ ,o/ermkaon, et al. Judgment is enter- v c Bta on. . , l~al|brtdge players w e r e. L,[,bought a~e to be weighed at Gold-[George Sellers, labor ...... 17.50 -z~[rom motored to z,auret vat "' ~-'~" '~ ~ "" ~ " 1 er arrayin t " !J ~l ........ B / .......... |ed for $2 054.20, attorney's fees and F. ~. S eep ed he city Smith, Hopkins, Towns, Brundage,|endale, and the price paid w~ 10]Carl Kloker, la'bor and team 6.50 ~] ~y .to mol~ vver the sawmill at|~o~aenaa|e Monaay eve.nine.. ]costS. 160 acres in 2-4-12 is the the past week to spend several days Smith, Crosby, Rainey, Waldorf and[cents per pound. Two cars turnedl~W~nnSCh~tevr'l~bDor and team 29.50 !t ~uat pmce .~ancy ~'enme~on graauate~ [rom ~ -.---- -- Lo -- " .... [th; E]lensbur- state normal at the/mrt~aged property, with his family. Robertson. Players for Goldendale[off the range in the I~llncoe moun-~C F Schuster, ~bor an(l'te'a'n~ 3~00 ~ ~ ,~ g gzng ,s cut sown some i........... .............. ,__i the receivership of the White Honeymoons for all. The roar of were: A. C. Keefhaver, G. Spaldtng,]tains will 'be shipped Jt~e 15. Later] m nderso l bor team ~.00 ,ereseDt on account or an overstock c,o~ ut tam que~t ~tt~ ,~ ~,~a~ ...... , ........ ONa[ __ , | . .'A [Salmon Box & Lumber Co., it is Niagara Falls le to be broadcast by Joe Bickle, E. C. Allison, O. W.|doitvery wilt be made of the reet]W Co~l~lal~r" ~ ~ ' "9"00 ~ ! ~ildtTh~ IngPh~t~hep d'Ii ' r ~: oh~n~i~t t~eber: U!u:d~[2t:|[ lwn:Au~i t~t teach atew e Imco:: .Mt Hooa.~ore d:~s we arl|[ !?:tire7 ~?:~; ?:he :per~olVr::~j :~PU bil~: f r~y:nyradl thus o~yPhehasVidillmade g a hone~:IOOaonl bout ~:~hW~: O~CamOron . IB~i:d ~ E ~IR ~Jwa [ ~n d/~: ~rk~: Y~o~e.[ ! l~eenau t =~} e~w.~:r Mch Co re,.~oen:airs 25508"0181090 ~ -- ' g - " ..... 1925 at I0 o'clock a m $500,00 in Florida, whlch soundellke The vlsltors at Fal~rldge r~port ~eepmen who ~old are" H H --P-Y ~P.P- "''':-" .... ___.0~= ,-I~r 4Lo eastern m~l-ket~ Halll'Ing been W]l~y and col~, wlth ~ ' " " ~lld~. " " ~ta~ar(l OliUO, ~upplle~ IUb ~ ,nd~ tt. ...... "- .. ] ...... / Order entered s.ppointtng (3. (3. California propog a nice trip attd a fine time. [Itartley, 700; Andy MoOrae, 800;]Klickitat Iron ~orks. repail's 22:05 ~] "---.| ~ sumoer zrom the mill to ins|nearly every mgnt. ]Russell, S. E. Bartholomew and F. Doctorsare changingpeople's [and Alex H&milto~, 1200 The|W A Wing, repairs ....... 23.85 ] --"~--"~ ms,ling is done 4~y three 5-ton| Robert Parrott, of the Mt. Adamsi " ! " i Road District No 4 ~ ..... E. Ha~'ris as appramers of the estate noses. Sticking youro where it does- Trouble with halving the big he~d Hamilton lain wfl! not be deliver _ " tll~eks, a distance of 9 miles, run-]Garage, maaea flying t p to Pri oft-|.,, w XVI'ko- a .... -- n't Ibelon-,omeUmes chan,es it is that It nrovem Itsel, em-tv | .... ',I ,....,o.~t,be .... c~ ..... ed|, I. Dive.s, ,,~or and re,= 93.50 I. r 1 ....................... .. * ----" } ~,~ .... v ....... . ..~t~ut~r. |Charles Divers, laDor . .- . 28 00 ~] 24 hours per day, and 6 days land and back this week, to &et pa ts ..... d~lq k'L~ ......... I "- " k " . Yeeders In the lambs p~rch.edlW,llI~mPierce, l~1~or & te~1~. 48.50 ~,l ~ weei~, Mturaa Demg me any oilier a oggmg truc . | ~_., |-'1' '-~ ---"--" "--* ~" T-, ...... ,=[James ~razAeton, laoor ann ,i ........ I .......... / ~J~]L~i[-1-~ , Ito ermina Z0~xets. The eale~ were i Wesley Clarence, labor 5 25 ] ~ v. Shtetig, night oiler, had r.ne|~e~pmg Jo~ mg~s. A enam rmw[ ~"I i,,,.a~ ,~,,,,,~ ~., z-,,~.,,., ~,M,IAlton Seitzluger, lv.bor ~''~ 7"00 ] ad~ ~lSfortune to lose the second tin-land eut a big gash in his head. He[ . /~ .... ";~.'~" .~"?. .... .~..~.. "..W'iR M Divers, labor . . . ~. : : . 7~00 ] ""~ .~ ........... / /~rowers A~soctauon, wicn ~oamelG .A Jacroux la~or & team . 9.50 _~.~er on .his left haxtd, by it being j? trucmng Ior ltoy uoonage ana| " |e, nd Clark, North Pm-ttand stock|8 R Winters'teln; labor and ] ~[ ~4~ght in machinery. Medical ana/~o. ! ~ I [ ....... ~ ........ team .................. 6.00 ] ~0"~1 a~rgical aid was edven him in Gold-/ Ivan Keel was over from Top-i ~i |~ ..... ~ .... ?s ~m~u~. ~Burton Wlidanen l a/her .... 15.75 - GI~. Clarence l&~or, 15 75 |p ni h this week ade a shortt I i | .................. [w F Luel m, i bor ..... o'5o ] -"[ " /visit with his relatives and friends.[ i[ t' |=-,r~ w~tz~u~e~ ru~etJe~ 'rJ~Lm|I~'ank Wahktacus, "labor:: ~ i4:00 ] ~ WEEK R H Stackhouse labor 22 75 / t I ! lWaltor Janke, '~,'l~or . ::::: 10:50 t n ORCHARD HEIGH'I~ Iie will be coming in with a band of shee soon 1 p . 1 ~ / "---'-'-- [$oe Divers, labor . . . 82.25 / - :'! We are all rejoicing over the ex-/ As our pioneer meeUng will be[ i~ ] V. 0. Wallie, chief district deput|AlexRa~.d~l!, lab.or_i. ~i. :~. 82.25 | ' I ._ . ~ . ,~ / .......... iwalter Matuson, l&Dor ..... ~'i.~S / ~] ~lon ot the mall route, whieh en-[lfeld at Blngen on next larid&y, the| ~ |state ttre waraen or ~outnwe~te~nlWobster O, Ahola, l&bor... 78.75 | ke~[q~4ea so many more of US to avail 12th, several from here are pla~-/ ~ |Wa, hL~ton, Of OhOl~lie, ,rid . ,k.[~aUr~UevL ~iva, ~bor ....... 63.88 i _'~ -e~-lves of daily mall service. The nlng on going down. We are ex-| ? ]Brewer of Yacolt, Va~h, dtst~.ct|~ ~l~s~",l~ob~'Ur":::::::: 10~:00 | E~.~ ~teasion comes up past the Perry peeting a big time. , I ~ |deputF state fire waraen tin" Clar~e,|Fred Richardson, labor .... 50.75 | -~ Idltce turning east aud going back "The Covered Wagon' was shownj ~ ]K;tcmtat ud soumern SkamantalpUas..L rLi or ..... ~1.20 1 ~n' at the southwest corner of the at the movie hall last Tuesday and[ ~ tcounties, were at Goldendale Wednes-I$~x~ DVive~rrsV~. ~.e,.o~.~ ~ ~ : : ~i~ 1 ~| "wllt~k Shuey pl~e. Wednesday evenings. Next Tues-] [ [day, looking over the ~dtttatiou pre-[Chos~a W l~r~mla~bor .~.e. .~ 8.00 i t "~! LIMI&S Edna Browu of Woodland, da.y, Manager Hanson a~nounce~,! ~ |pa tolT to gettLDg ready for the|H E Kamholz, l~.bor & truck 4.25 | ~,~ tithed with Miss Neva Haupert last "To the Last Man," by Zane Grey,[ ~, ]mountains. They stated that the|Hudson Service Station, sup- 2'~ "5 / "-"md~ ~ltd~- visitors at 8an Refugio. will be shown. ~ ~ [same system of patrol work wo~ld|a,.P~,~ ~6 :A~ ~ :.~hk:" " ' ~'~tn 1 ~'~ .~ Waiter Mc-Kenzle and family were Mr. and M~. B nke h,p re[ (I ]be used thls Year as |n former ~:~ I ~"~J-l~l~y vI~dtors at San Refugio. over from Cowlitz county, ~sitlng[ lj [sons, and that W~I Wall and I~ee|Feensughty Mchy 'Co., sup- [ " and rel~lves. Mr [Baker would be the" fores trangerS[M~enzielies .................. 19.70 ! ~a~a Wednesday Blankenship wasformerlyMollyl 2~ ]in the territory from the Big Klick-|Goldendale Hardware Corn- | " -" i pan , su plies ..... 10.30 -~1 ~)i[r. and Mrs. Grady and Mr. and Borde, a daughter of Mr. and MLrs.! ~ /ltat river to Cleveland. Wddl h~s~R /~ ~ryan~ rep~ .''. 895 / ~ Higdon were ~mday dinner Vinze~s Borde. I ~ |he~dquarter~ mmr Goldendal~ and| Road Dtstrlet No. 8 | .-~ q~ta at the Rodgers home. Edith and Herbert KuhnlmusenI [Baker would be the forest ~lmd~rs|j T Hendryx, foreman ...'.~ 115.00 | ~[ QeOrl~e Perr= wife and daughter are visiting In Portland th~ week.~ ~ |cabin on t~e old mountala road to]J.~me~ H en.dryx, Jr.~ l&bor,, 9~.00 / Bi 1 etnewet taenaryx, l~t)or .., ~ .uv ~_ ~t~ visited at the home of h~ Her stster, Mildred, and husba~td, ~ t ck eton. ]J ~ Clark, labor ......... 94,00 / ~ather, Bunday. Mr. and Mrs. ChS.s. I~inhart, are ~ | -------------- ]DoLt- Scott, l,~bor .......... _90.50 / ~kl~ ~hts Hazel Haley went to towu staying there to look after the ~ | The French will try a Dott-iito~]~'~ ~l~tie[~ta~a,~r .......... 1~.~ ~ | ,~l~y to assist M~rs. Potter with farm work. ;; |: ight acrou the Atlant/8. Is thiS[D A Mitchefi, labor ....... 15.00 / t~ housework. The Will Markgrafs have improv-i ~i ]the result'of Hindenbarg'e election?|_L B Woodhead, labor ...... 12.00 / :,i t-~~4~" 8outbworth and family en- ed their house, by building on aI ~:: t . _ . ]~ ~j~nUr:Slea~ore~eor. :::::: x~:~ | ,t~i[ ~ a picnic dinner at the home front porch. Fred Markgraf is al-; ~i J ~ economist gn~oun,es that the/~Arthu_r. Jones, .l~bor ...... 3.5~ 1 '~ ve-I :-' - n m r w~m KI a11, labor ....... 0.v, .~ 2~It- and Mrs. I. N. BTok&w Sun- so making some carpenter ixl~pro ':':" t U be of women breadwlnne~ l~[Lester n~e' labor ...... " 3.50 1 ~ ~F. The dlaner was spread at the merits, and l~ going to add a porch, ~ ~growln~ eonst~tly. NO doubt .t.t.t.t~elHeary perry,, labor ....... 32.50 | ~ e $ohn Per~ry ~aDor 32 50 ,,~ ~gOod springs, which flow near also. :2 i~t*r mor. winning it than th*,e are| a rer.r~, mm~r. ....... : . | I) /..~ 11 ! !