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THURSDkY, SEPTEMBER ~, 1918. I[I Buy W S Stamps--THE GOLDENDALE SENTINEL--Buy Liberty B~ ........ PAGE THREE o~ said road, and if returned to the!slat in the speedy termination of the Boys' School Suits at prices less than half their value. New Goods, just received, delayed in pro- cess of manufacture. High cost of labor and fam- ine in material have advanced the price of boys' clothing to very high levels. Make your selec- tions before the assortment is broken. They can not be replaced. LOT 1--Boys' Knee Pants Suits, made from heavy winter weight mixed Scotch cassimere. Coat latest model, Venetian cloth-lined strongly sewed; pants lined all through, seams double- sewed and taped, two side and one hip pocket. A suit that will stand hard knocks. Sizes eight to sixteen. Special--S5.95. Mort paints Ford cars for $12.00. Are Your Bank Deposits Gu~a~. teed? tf--- The following is a complete list o the teachers who have been secured to teach in the Goldendale schools this winter, and their grades: High School, T. C. Anderson, principal; Prof. Roy Cain, Miss Martha Davis and Miss Agnes Alien. Grammar grades, H. D. Roberts, principal; Miss Woodruff, seventh grade; Miss Matilda Kahout, sixth grade; Miss Lila Allen fifth grade; Miss Ruth Ba- WASHINGTON WEEKLY INDUSTRIAL P,l~dl[]gW Centralia -- New $54,000 Edison school here nearing completion-- Kane Mfg. Co., manufacturer og a patent shock absorber for aurorae- biles, increases capital stock to one million dollars.----Plan proposed to i give Washington $30,000,000 road system, covering 2,000 miles perma- ,nent hard surfaced ro~s. Kalama-- Stinson Bros.' sawmill :at Rifle being rebuilt and will begin ker fourth grade; Mlss Jennie Bul-operations soon. lack, third grade; Miss Odessa BO-{. H0qu~--Good headway being wie, second grade; Mrs. Rose Stacksi[m~(de oz~ us*/ Northwestern Lumber first grade. "~ I Cu.'s Law ~,d shLngle mill. Dr. J. R. Gilchrist and wife left lastI Spokane ~uipment being ship- Monday for Seattle and Tacoma.lped to begin .~onstruetion of 38-mile They have sold all their houaeholdlr~ad From Salmon to Pachelnaria. goods and will make Tacoma theirl~t estim.ated at $300,000; will be borne for some time. Dr. GHchrtstto~mplett'd next summer.---Two-story expects to enlist in the medical de~l:i~ld~ng. COS~ $10,000, to beerected partment of the army, and will work i~~U~*ie Iron Works. at Tacoma until his call comes. Phone to Tebbs & Lawler for the Daily Journal, delivered every morn- ing at your home. Single cop(~ at the store. 4-tf--- E. B. Gordon, who has been "visit- ing with his daughter, Mrs. John Harbke at Maryhill, left Sunda~r for his home in Ions, Oregon. In the list of young people iJl last week's paper who were expectiitg to attend the University at Seattle we left out Miss Evelyn Hurd and The- odore Byars, Miss Hurd has ~lven up her place in the State Bank~. and Miss Neva Spalding will take 'her place Mrs. A. B. Davis, who has been liw~ ing in Seattle since spring, returned to Goldendale last Sunday night. Mr. Davis has enlisted and is now aV now at Camp Lewis. Mrs. Davis will make her home in Goldendale with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. H.iFos- dick. The first fall meeting of the Worn- en's Association is in session at the Public Library this afternoon. Eldon Hinshaw and family motor- ed over to White Salmon and spent LOT 2--Boys' all wool Blue Serge Suit. Coat cut, Bulgarian Norfolk model, full lined with mo- hair linings. Pants lined all through, double- sewed seams, two side and one hip pocket. Sizes eight to sixteen. Special---S7.50. Saturday and Sunday with Mrs. IIin- shaw's mother, Mrs. N. A. Ingrain, Rev' O. S. Barnum bf the Presby- terian church united in marriage at the parsonage yesterday Hans Keller and Miss Mary M. Sellers, both of Portland. They were visiting friends in Glenwood and came from the~e to ~'eretl---$50,000 raised to estab- lish Hyde Wooden Shipyards, on SraOl~omish river; Harry B. Spear, tvresident of West Coast Shipbuild- ing Co reports he has contracts for concrete ships to be built in yards at Everett. Seattle--Plans completed for $50,- 000 hospital L~ere.---The Continental Pipe Manufacturing Co. is awarded f~'ontt~t for furnishing government ~'ith 320,000 feet of machine banded ~'ood steve pipe ranging in sizes ~rom 6 to 18 inches in diameter,. Port Angeles----Large sawmill orig- inally pi'ojected for Lake Pleasant will be built; piling is now being driven on 14~ acre site. W~shingto~ s coal mines are short men, according to D. C. Betting, district fuel udministration reprosen- talive, in addition, he says, there ~re 120 mine employes in Class A who will be called to the colo~ soon. Vancoaver~--Construction of eight ~dditional hosl~ltal buildings at Van- ~ouver barracks started, and author- ization for but~ling five more receiv- ed.--Rapid progress being made in coastru~g yard for building of con- ~rete st~ip~ by Great Northern Ship- building Co. Port Orchard--Construction of new ~ater systems ~:ommenced. Republ|c --- Bids opened for con- ~tructioa of o~e-story city hall. Government provides fund $150,- 000 or ~ much of that sum as nec- essary, ior enlargement of Tieton ~uaia cans! and distribution system of Y~ima project, which waters ap- proximately 32,000 acres. Walla ~Valla---One day's picking from his ~0~re prune orchard net- ~ed W. W. Burst of Freewater near- TAKE YOUR CHANGE IN WAR-SAVING AND be married. THRIFT STAMPS. TOBACCO KIT REACHES AMERI- ' CAN PRISONER O1~~ WA~ "Our Boys in France Tobacco For quick action buy War Savings Fund" has received a post card from legislature as a member of the Sen- war. ate, I believe that I am in a betterI Assuring the people of Skamania posttion to secure additional appro-land Klickitat counties of my appre- priations for that road than some elation of any support which I may uew member, and if nominated and receive at their hands, I remain, elected [ pledge the people of both Respectfully, countries that I will work faithfully JOHN C. CRAWFORD. iu the interests of said road as I have in the past, as well as for good roads generally. I also desire to state to the peopte that it was through my efforts that an appropriation in the sum of $54,- 000 was made for the purpose of pro- vlding a bounty on wild animals, || ] Which ~roved to be of great value to rlU~lSOn both the farmer and the stockman, and during my services in the legta-~. ~/ lature I have steadily worked for and t 1 ire 5hod supper.ted those measures which had] a for their object the upbuilding of mYlf district and state, and tf nominatodll0r and elected to tits Senate I will con- tinue along the same line. I will not be the Senator for any set or class, but will faithfully strive to represent all the people. As is known, I am a farmer, was born aud raised on a farm, and at present live on my farm witi~ my familY, and I feel that I know the needs of the farmer and stockman better than someone who has not been engaged in those pursuits. The ma~tter of greatest interest to the people at this time is the great~ world war in which we are now en-i gaged, and our first considerationI should be to do everything withtn t our power to help to win that war, and If nominated and elected to the l Senate I will support any and all] measures which will effectually as-# and All Work Guaranteed We Buy Your Cream, Eggs, Poultry CANS FURNISHED FREE OF CHARGE Highest Market Prices Paid in Cash Call for Particulars Highest Price Paid for Cream, f. o. b. Goldeadale Tebbs & Lawhr Goldendale steel b !ongs'" Stamps. George H. Seaman of the 1st Bat. Co. tY $5.000. lie estimates his receipts SHOT SHELLS Are ]gear Bank Deposits Gum'ms- D, llth Eng U. S A, who is no~ a ~t $27,00tt this year. . n ' teed'? tf-- risoner of war at" " any Heardan~-- Washington Grain and .- ~.eld dyoulleven.tuallyuse.~rhyno~now? P Tuchel, Germ " ~ ,,- lt-e~er~ .'~Farget," "High Gun." "Ideal" and ~vlillin Co re rts new Parties desiring to pick almonds His card ~s an acknowledgment of a g . po grain coming Pr*~F.]ca"' Shells, loaded w~th all standard brands of smokeless either on shares or for cash, write or tobacco carton sent by J. R. Clark of ~tato mill averages 57 pounds, pOwder, are superior to aP others In construction and shootln ' " ,, * Laevenwo t -=- quality. "Steel where steel belongs" gives real protection to th~ i hone R L Myers, Geer, Wash Butte in r ll In May, June and P , Mont., through Our Boys . shooter. To Insure pe/f~g~ satlsfactlon at the ~traps or on yotw ,, duly 3,844 cars traveled over Blewett Phone 316X. i 37-3t--- France Tobacco Fund and forward- - htmt~ ~dp, buy the ~I~'~ brand, -- -- ,p = wil ass Elms road now In re res , " Peaches.~Inadale peaches 1 be ed by the Red Cross to this prison ' p g s. School will open September 16. for sale in a few days st Goldendale camp. The card itself is an lnterb~- ; nereases in utility rates are as in- teed~; Your Bank Deposits Gu~tr~- Dressed Meat Co. E. ]3. Sil~bY.34 4t brge:k~:g P:~::nd :to~dh2:aPnlt:gJ::: ~::t:bl:nd2:a:reialb:en increases In Baker Hardware Co. Misses Clara and Alice Hyland tion Bridge Club met with Mrs. W. :::sponde~c: :f Pr:~t:~?:e;fa~da;t ~eA ~)00 t:sb:r:~Hl{TeP/:al costing $40,- came to Goldendale last Saturday C Trowbridge TUesday afternoon P y pea a d" ' .. ~ IMPLEMENTS Wilbur Sedore of Hartland accom- Robert Willis o*urned Satur- nave e r c p l ....... , donat h R Clark ~a "re no, in fight against Hun",' ,i~l ~tI~t kk U~ WP7~:~~ amed his brother Victor to Go den tobacco box ed y J P " da" frm Seattle w here he has heen i " " "A/,h ......... . ~ ?:~yis th: ?=:. := : ~ ' " can#~ot ougn ~a~ el wasnlngton will dale Tuesday when he came in to re- most of the summer visitin-with his of Butte, Mont., and worse ~ - o. " [ ....... m" sincer .... reciation I ~roduee about 3.000.000 bu~shels ~, ning Headersr, in'riders, Reapsrs,, Mower~, ; - k~ port for service " 'boy Irlends i v~p.~o a ~ ,~,v " . f White Salmon!- " ~ L _ o tr " sis- the "~-' ~nore waeat this year than last, due ~, Col. E. E. Mills o On Friday Au,-,st 30 Mr E L /cannc~ tos ongly pr e ~, ~_ _ ~ ~ Binding ~vine, Grain Tanks---I~larir~g and Straight sides; 1 "' ~" ' f I for a ot ~o increased acreage, the yield is less was registered at the Central Hote Colby and Miss Myrtle Hugh, both lerosity o your contr bu s; m ~ ]. * Studebaker wagons gnd Veblcles; Iowa Cream sep ato ; ~atham Fanning Mills; aohn Veer ail.~mel Weeders; O~. -~y borne and John Dee~e 8-swa~g bar Peg Tooth Harrows; cut-a. ~j~ way disc harrows; al|-steei Weeders; Portable Steel ]~le~vators; "~e ~# Iron Age Garden Tools; Kentnck~ mad John Deere Drills; f~ ~ Paints and Oils; Fencing and Barb Wire; Garden Hose, Au- ,P~ ~ tomoblle Tires and Oils. All Machines properly set up ~d guaranteed to work. , Call and get our prices and terms be/ore ot ffi. as and rep l for all our maeblnea. Don't forget to order one of our Deer. ing Combined H~rvest~ and Thresher hero,re it is too lnte, '~.~ Over 25 I)eerimq~s ~ld in Kltcltat 0ouaty l~t ~year, Enderby s Implement & Vehicle House land and Lyle They left yesterdaylday from a ten days trip through[ " " s 2 cultiv-tors ~ wag-[ I had the honor to represent Klick- on the return trip by YaRima. ~ !southern Oregon. They have an un-[dmc narr:~es set ~-,-calsm[~ t0ol~,|~tat county in the-1915 and 1917 sea- Mrs. Grant and Mrs. Y~loyd Clar-] usual tale to tell, having traveled] o.ns, z UUgc~k~r,s x~ ":~--~.~m sepa~l@iOns of the legi~l=ture a~ a member ence from Crofton Prairie were in1655 miles without a minute's carI '~ aoz.. e~_~, ,,. ~. ~,~-~,...~,., !~|0f the House of" h~pre~entatives and 5 . o town Tuesday doing some fall shop-]trouble of any kind. Iatr; h:anse~d :::~s~t~e~'ar~:l~l~ feel that the experience that I gain- yOU&L can~ _it fincl .it In ping. They expect to make a trip toI Howard Norris, the nine-year-old|,new mere__ . ~'~n ~ |ed d.rlng those two sen|one, as well Corvallis in the near future, whereisn of Walter Norris, is in Portland/t%::ms o:~:^72~s "under $10~r~s the acqua~atenees made and the ............ i-i.~ I this week having his eyes fitted with/ .~ _ , ~,e. ~, .. "~endship~ formed amen ,oyct umrence ,s *,, ~*~-,~,.-]-'-o-es leash; 5% dtscount foe cash on ov,~ ..... .:.. ..... g the many u~e ~vmtropons Your Bank Devosits ~uarantee~ a~|~,'~"~ " ~.. | .~n. ho.~.~.,^ ..,o ~t ~ oa ~nt~-J ~:~v~oe~ wao Witl return to the two ]Farmers' State Bank of Centerville.[ i ivlrs, t~alvin Bryant of Portland| .... =-~u,~-CHAR~E~-j~I~ [Dranchvs of the legislature will he 32-12t |and Mrs. L. Shoemaker and grand-] L z~. ~vL an~ Auctioneer"e In3erevuluablet the peple in case I b--urb --- son of Hood River spent Friday, Sat I W BAKE , ~ t_a.....,~ . ~ _ [ "- " " ~ t~,*,,~,u oe nOaOl~d by a nomination T s i urday and Sunday in O ldendale vls ~* , ~ " ' , DELCO-LIGHT [|iting with James Hill and family. | " ]':~ represent yOU "he has not had ry the Su [ '~ ..... J-t-r.l--,-~c I;aht mind ]| R O Bullaei~ are in Portland at] -'--'--'- . . ,~...~|t~at experieu~ce . Power Plat [|nresent where Mr Bullack is taking] Canyo~ spare your ~'ord zor t~t ~a m " | " ' " "da ? Y record will show, during my I The safest, surest and most eco-Hmedical treatment. They left last/ Y~ it to ~v|~e~'v~ce in the legislature, I ha [ heroical form of light and power, li Saturday and will be gone for somel If you can, and will brln# ._. ~t} foulght conslstentlr n,,,~ fo~t~. ..... v.e , repaznt - -~x, ~.*,.xul/y In i ~r,.,. - I/time. . /shP' washed clean, I ll -~_ "/the !~tereate of g~ roads, and " alwa s et our m e for YOU as nice as new for $1z i was [ ~[~, i-~e/~_r~r~r~ r~r~. I[ YOU can Y g Y on Y| ..... ~ bla~ and] nst~'~menta! in ~uring an adore- ~ ~ S This pmce t~ for p~ ,,~ rl l . | ~~ :"~ |[back---W. S. | ....... ,---~r top.|p at, on In the ~ of $81,000 for I [lPartles desiring to.pick.almonds outdoes not inczuae upno,s:~"~rllg~|the e~x,enaion oi~t, Road No .i i r~-~-=~~'] "_= ...... ~~I~" l ishares or for cash. wrote or pnone~ Give me Your order now, ~" i th~e ...... ~rgcs~, - a r~ --"u " " i | L I .3 ~~=~:=~ [[ R L Myers, Geer, Wash. |. .. z ,,~n. | PP ~tm ~n which has l / ~..,.m,,~ ~a~a,~ II ~'none ~z~ -~. - .-- 2--o~---i -- --- MOB~, ~ /~ "~- ~ ~ur~ ~ said road, and] dendale "" " "'-" m~ ~'~'-' ~.-~,, -t ~ae extension [ x~.t~z.J~ ........ /I Are ]g our gmalg tmpomr~ uUawan.| H.w. ~ --~ ....~. ~ l am ~ill in ..... * .... I