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z VoL XhI to her yesz~ l~nt A esta of lmmt~l--A total Walls, is here for the week to with her mother~ Mr~ E. J. Will Schuster. Momi~, b~ Why the :~ saw fit to besin ~mhool Lt the very the for- commencement of Fair W~kio in a mystery to tiome of the at- e~a~ ~ new $?,000 a!m.-'tuum SO per "Contract !~ ~ ~ Wana teams am. R M ,peeved about the way that the Anna : file bridges and M. 8. 4 brtng:~,@O~Lhead of eattl~ out ~ he hssmurrow!y Carrlho~" country, liding with:~ ~ J8 n~,oaly ~kane and~ ~amtorn IAght & uzdawf~, but is exceedingly danger- ~er Co.'~ ImYror~ Wall~--Ranehers sre bu~- ~t)~tOOU6. M Ryman, will resuH Msbel Ryma~, BW( Hotner ~le Aker .... 67. from t~ has yet ~ received. The wll! ~rn!sh the on Tuesday m~rn. D(~m'tment at the County that ~o-~r the ~bllc~ voters sh~ comity tlek- ]hi~ Win. M~t,~. Oounty Chair- loo~t from. Belmon~ te Tokoo to urtsce~ .~ ew railroad boing phu~ Weuatehen ~mthmm Neff. O~ Clmrze ms~e by recla,lnsatiou oa~. ~~to )vet t~ ~ K~l~ In the north- hem be/aS mder he effiete H. sop Pred be |roved: ed~ ~11,804,410 to lz~ 'sp4mt oa rea~ tn kWuhinsto~ Durlinston---New uyersge. The beet yield will be from D. M. Layman, posts ~tle ~chool will farm ........... Mi~ Downing; e~l Club Room; U Creek |. ~On, supplies, cotta~ Wenatehee To widen Fifth street by 15 foot strip. Colville--Training school for nurs- es opened here GLEXWOOD ITEMS. Sunday, Sept. 5. hold wm mmm ms st a~ his old place at the Sentinel ea.~es .o-o.** Gro~ .......... and au m , tlzJV and Supplies. ('ounty Cars..31.57 next Monday. , Th. Ford Garage, Repairs and -~Miss Stella Masters will start for Supplies, Cou[~ty Cars .... 31.15 Vashon on Thursday, where she will MeKenzie and Son, Fountah~ continue her studies at the college. ~e Court House ........ 15.35 ~. O. Jenkins of Soda Springs, was ,Continued next week. ) in town Saturday. He was on the ................................... lookout for help to take care of hi~ Neva Van Bibber had her tonsils tobacco crop. removed last week. OBITUARY. Mrs. Augus~ Kuhnhausen, who has been in Portland having dental work done. returned home, Sept. 1. ~ }telen Mount was born in Try,niGh Frank"t New Jersey. March 17. 1846 When Choir practice held was at t eigh~ years Ot age, If loved wiIh le Burke's, Sept. 1, at which a largeI her parents ,'o Cedar Rapids, Iowa. attendance was present. tn 1870 she was married to Neh',~- Mrs. Watson, the primary teacher, miah Creveli~g. Seven children and family arrived here Sept. 1. and born this union: Henry, Frank and ~tll make ttleir home in the WalkerI Joseph, all decea~ned, Helen William- residence, little son. oI Portland Oregon. Pearl Mr, and Mrs. Holman, and Wright, of llwaca. ~,Vaah., Ralph an(l daughter, Alice. left for The Dailes, IHarry, of Gotdendale. Wash. Seut. 4. They also expect to visitI After living in various place'.s the relatives in Independence, Ore., and l fami!y settled near Goldendale some will be absent about three weeks,t )'ears ago, Mr. Cre~veling died Au- Dr. Wm. Beaumont has returnedlgust 14, 1909. About 25 )'ears agu and will manage the principalship i Mrs, Crev:ling identified herself of the Glenwood schooI. ~with ti~e Christian Adver~ ('harch Mr. and Mrs. Porter expect to In 1915 she identified hersel? with make their home in Glenwood for the Church of Christ arid was a mem- tl~e winter, where they will send ti~eir ber of ~he ('nurch in Goldendate a~ daughter and son to school. ~the time o[ ber death. She died in M~Jss Hicks the intermediate Portland September 1st. at the age teacher, and Miss Abraham. the Jun- of 75 months and 15 days. The ior high teacher, arrived in Glen-l funeral was held at the Church of wood the pas~ Saturday. I Chris~ SeI~ember 5, by evangelist il, G. (~assell, of ~.he local tongue- PLEASANT VA]bhEY, gallon. The farmers are taking advantageI You can buy at John E, Chappell's of the nice weathel', and are push. i Saturday Monopole Peanu~ Butter in lng their fall work Some el them bulk. 19 cents per pound lt--- are already seeding, and more will commence soon, although there is' Souvenir whistle givento eaeii none too much moisture. I boy and girl during the fair. Golden Mrs. Guy Chamness hms returned ~ Rule S~ore. It t made for I0 ~'ears; best doll's dress m~de by girl under l,) y(ear; best cake made by girl from 10 LO 14 years; best loaf bread made b~' girl from 10 to t4 year~; best pie made by boy be- tween 19 and 14 year~: best biscuit elected the following officers: President, Robert Willis; Vice- President, Clifford Pike; Secretary, Thelma Van Vactor; TTeasurer, Ted- dy Gillenwaters. ,n PRI~BYTERIA N CHI/I~ tIarold Lee, Pastor. Sabbath School at 10:90 A. M. SubjecL "Glory of f~olomon's Reign.' Morning Worship at 1/[:00 A, M. Subject--"Thret} Stages of Life." There will be the usual story for vhiidreu. A special invitation is extended to t.acher~ cud pupils of the schools to attend the~se services, Your pres- ence will help us. We shall be glad to help you at all times in any possi- ble way. CATTLE FOlt SAI,E. 100 head, more or les~, just as you want them. or I will sell 225 head all mixed cows and calf feeders and beet if you want 200 tons of oat and timothy hay half and half. I will try and have them all rounded up by Sept. 15, and if not sold, I will ship by the 23rd, my beef, l live 10 miles south of Glenwood on the place known a~ the Panacanick ranch, CARL E. STUMP. Own- er. 3712t-- Souvenir whi~tle given to each boy and girl duritlg the fair. Golden Rule Store, It-- Saturday only at John E. Chap* peil's, 7 packages ShreddedWheat for $1.09. it-..-, Boys and girls visit the Golden Rule Store and get your souvenir whistle, lt--- Warren W. Tolman, Spokane. O. R. Holcomb, Olympia, J. B. Bridges, Aberdeen, Walter B, Beals, Seattle. Cowlitz, Skamgni& and Klickltat H. E. McKenney, Kelso. Homer Kirby, Kala~ha. COUNTY OF~ICF~. l~presentative. John A. Miller. rep. For Sheriff W. S. Warwick, rep. M M Warner, rop. J, R. MeMahon. rep. W. H. Clifford. dem. Prosecuting A trot, hey. C W. itamsey, rep. { "ountT Trea~ur~. F, It Anderson rep. Nch(x)I Nuperint~nd~-~ttt (' M. Ryman, rep. County Ass~r Euntee Melville, rep. (2has. F. ~Jaekel, rep. (~mnty Auditor R. M, Spoon, rep. County L]ngin~r. W. F. BYars, rep. (~mmi~ioner, 1st l)istriet John G. Wyers, rep. S~cx)nd District. Jacob Crocker, rep. C. W, Morgan, rep. John E. Chappell, dem. County (Tlork, Annie W. Forsyth, reD, No, I Macaroni, 19 cents per opund Saturday at John E, Chapped's lt~- Souvenir whistle given* to each boy and girl during the fair. Gold(m Rule Store. lt---