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~HURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1920. THE GOLDENDALE SRNTINRL r METHODIST CHURCH t Louis Thomas, Pastor I I The church reminds the peopleI that the fall term of the SundayI BChool opens this week. There will: be special features each Sunday.] New classes will be formed. All/ Boys and girls visit the Golden Should be on hand. i Rule Store and get your souvl~ir "Folks Who Miss the Mark," and}whistle. o . ,, . The Boy and His Friends,. will be; Miss Gladys Meyers, stenograph- the sermon themes next Sunday. er at the State Bauk, tendered her Epworth League at 7:15 P.M. resignation the past week and left Prayer service, Thursday evening. Services at Centerville, 3 P. M. Get the habit of trading with John is. Chappell and save money. Phone 1882. o lt--- for Portland, where she expects to continue with that line of work. Palace Car Cane and Maple Syrup $2.00 per gal for Saturday at John E. Chappell's. It--- Boys and girls visit the Golden Rule Store and get your souvenir whistle, lt.-- I read it in The Sentinel. MONEY TO LOAN--On city prop- erty. See Edward Abeilng, Phone 3038. 373-- Mrs. Evelyn Spencer, of Olympia, representing the office of Superin- tendent of Public Instruction, was a visitor at the County Superintend- ent"s offi~ this week. She" Is col- lecting data in regard to the supply of teachers, the salaries paid, aqd certification. Also, the conditions of Souvenir whistle given to each boy and girl during the fair. Golden Rule Store. lt-- Why not clean up a bit for the fair? The streets can stand it, and there'll be many visitors at that time that will notice the cleanly condi- tion. K. C. Bowers, deputy county engi- neer of Yakima County, died follow- ing an operation at Yakima on Au- gust 23rd. Mr. Bowers was raised in Klickitat County, where he had many friends and acquaintances. He left here about 12 years ago, and for the past six years has been a deputy in the engineer's office in Yakima. He was injured while on a camping trip recently, the effects of which occasioned the operation, from which he succumbed. He was a cousin of the Spaldings of Goldendale; was born in 1882; brought up in Golden- dale; graduated from Washington State College, at Pullman, and mar- ried Ruth Loiter, of Kennewick, Wash., at which place they made their home, and where he was coun- ty engineer of Benton County. He served in the U S Engineering Corps durin$ the war. His wife and a daughter survive him. He was a member of the American Legion, and ROBERT E. DWYER Candldad~ for STATE INSURANCE COMMISSIONER mksbJeet to Republican Primaries, /;ember 14th, 1920. The people today are looking for F~mg, aggreulve men who have al- l~0ady demonstrated their integrity, and ability in their particular of endeavor They want them I~.ause they have already made good they want them because of the ~wm..~ of service that are ahead of, Such a man is Captain Robert _ Dwyer, candidate for the office of ~Le Insurance Commissioner. . .E[e hem been actively engaged in the ~rance and bending business in U=e ~ty of Seattle for the past eight years i has made good. He is opposed Sta~ insurance but advocates the regulation by the state of their rates, and whenever the rates are found to exorbitant or unfair the oommlm- should not hesitate to enforce He believes that osr.h clmm insurance, whether it be stook, fraternal or in-T~r-insurano~ its particular merits, and if op- ha accordance with the laws properly safe-guard the interlmt$ the public, should be eneour-.~DNL ~tain Dwyer is a graduate of Yale School He served in the Weak- Imgildature during the 1911r with credit to htm~lf and the and has always taken an aoUve ha all ctvio affair~ <houl~ l~, the draft he volunt~wed Army and rose to" flu t of infantry. He served from August, 1917, to 1919, when he was honorabl]V and returned to his home taking up his chosen line Of H.E. McKENNEY KEI~O, WASHINGTON ~for Jmlge of CoUr Counties of _ Kliekitat, 8ks mn CowUtffi Judlc 8ei~embea- 14. 1920 ~adida HOMER KIRBY te for judge~ of Superior Courts, Couuties of SkamanU C wlmk on-Partita Judiciary Primary September 14, 1920 : CHA~ F. JAEK]6~ of Centorville Precinct to N~m at the ]gelmb- mules September 14th, 1~0 to t~'~ of the voters ms-y Election on 8entem- 1920 W, 8. WABWI(~K Om,Ud . OF KIACKITA UOUNTY 'Jest to the will of the Relmbli- | voters at the Primary EleeUon, : ~ J. IL McMAHON ~nRe~ub~ Candidate for OF KIAC~ITAT COUNTY '~ Subject to the will of ~_ the voters at the EleeUon, ~._.. Goldendale, Wuh. JACOB --- fo~-- to the will of the P~publi- at the Se~ptember Primary Ooldendale, Wash. an Elk. the d4stricts for boarding the teach- ._. ........ ............ zne l~ortlane Journal aellveroG at ers. ~cK~tat t;ounty neeus, a~ your home every morning before least, twenty teachers to completeI breakfmst.Leave orders at the Blue the sunnly [Bird. OLJ~ 8PEON, agent. . . "~. " . ...... I Mrs. Nellie Swain writes she is Auto tops repalrea ann turnmnea I ............ __ ~ ~z. u. - ..... t I vlsi[lng st present With her aaugnter uew. ~ ~uuson nre ~nop aoou ! ........... wh it 38 ~ana zanily, at t~p~ey, ~. x., ere Miss Vera Heller is s-ending th-~[ she will remain for two or three ....... p e . [months Her home ~s in Tacoma. wee~ at me ~tocznouse ~prmgs. [ ~ " ............. Mrs. N. B. S~epard leaves today ,tier son, wuns, wno has DeeD wm[- for T21lamook," Oregon, where she Iing he~..:trnh:r ::e~r,e' ::fh::c:n:r]y w~ll visit for a few days, expecting to ~ for t~a II , n ~ . . . retur to Salem Ore on to take in~ with the Fox Film t~o., with wn~cn .- n. ' g ' ] company be has been employed for mMrta~:'nd Mrs Henry Davis enter [a couple of years before entering the rained a number of friends at the]army" Henderson home last evening, as a~ Auto tops repaired and furnished farewell party on the eve of thelr[ new. Ask Hudson Tire Shop about departure for their new home in~It er rise Or= Tennessee. " | J. P. Tobln, of Ent p , ., ~I~ Radellff quits" at the Hudson ~ has been in the city the past week ~ire Shop the first of the month, l visiting with friends and relatives. taking a rest for a Ume. Mr. Hud-i He was in the service with the Fifth non has a new man for the Job, from [ Mar~, and in the Argonne Woods, a Portland tire shop, who is exper-~ lost his right leg. He has had a lanced in the business. [good many thrilling experiences, yet Auto tops repaired and furnished is cheerful, over the loss of the limb. new. Ask Hudson Tire Shop about Bowker s famous Zylophone Or- it 38 chestra will furnish music for the P. F. Harding, a former Golden- dale resident, at present living at Salt Lake City, has been promoted to general freight and passenger agent for the Chicago & Northwest- erno Chas. Colleary, who has been spending the past three weeks at the Blockhouse Springs, returned to his home yesterday. He joined Mel Pur- vine and family and Orville HamLI- ton and family, who drove down in their cars. The O. E. S. Kensington will meet with Mrs. Chas. Kayser on Friday afternoon. The Goldendale Grange will meet at 2:30, Saturday, Sept. 11. All m~$mbers are asked to be present. ~'Kenneth Hinshaw, Reuben Kaiser, Earl Sells and Henry ~lller returned the past week from a amping trip in the Simeoes with Bert Gunn. Ray. Louis Thomas returned Mon- day morning from Moscow, Idaho, where he attended the Methodist Conference. He has been returned to Goldendale for the coming church year. Rev. Henry T. Greene has been returned to Lewiston, Idaho; Hubert Vincent to Grace Church, Walla Waila; and .Howard Mort has been assigned the church at Kendrick Idaho. PB~INOT II~GISq[~,A~ION Precinct 1920 Registratioz Alder Creek ................. 133 Alderdale ..... ............ ~.. 40 Appleto~ .................... 71 Bend ...................... 42 Bingen ..................... 74 ~urdoin Heights ....... ~ .... 59 Camas Prairie ............... 152 Cedar Valley ................ 6 Centerville .................. 194 Cleveland ............... .... 39 Cliffs ...................... -1: Columbus ................... Dead Canyon ............... 25 East White Salmon .......... 116 Fallbridge .................. 58 Fruit Valley ................ 90 Gaunt ....................... 32 Hardison ................... 48 Hartland ................... 45 Husum ................ ~. .... 98 KilckRa~ .................... 3~ Laurel ................ . ...... 27 Lyle ....................... 85 Major Creek ............. :.. 39 No. ~Pour ................... 101 North Goldendale ............ 223 No Six .................. . 36 Pine Forest ................. 54 Pleasant .................... 54 Rockland ................... 24 Roosevelt ................... 63 Sand Springs ................ 26 Shepard .................... 2 South Goldendale ............ ~10 Spring Canyon ................ 20 Spring Creek ................ 111 Trout Lake ................ 180 West W~lte Balmon .......... $7 Woodland . ........ .~ ...... 68 dances at the Garage Hall during tile fair next week. lt-- Chas. Boyd returned to his home at Portland. Monday this week, after visiting for a time with Walter Mc- Kenzle and family. " Mrs. Boyd will return the iatter part of this week. Mrs H. W. B/ttes is entertaining this afternoon and tomorrow after- noon, iU honor of her sister, who is visiting her. G. Binns, of Dot, was in the city yesterday, on business. Piano tuner Saunders, the veter- an .piano tuner who has kept the instruments in this section in good order for many yearre, is again in ~the city this week, aud as usual is doing a good business. There are many families that depend on his arrival each year. He says he is get- ting more work than he can hardly handle, and this trip will require probably a month before he gets all around his list. The i. 0. O. F. Hall was repaint- ed the past week by H. W~ Mort. G. A. Dove and wife, who former- ly lived in the ~tst End, now living in Arizona, were here last week vis- Iting with friends and relatives. Boys and girls visit the Golden Rule Store and get your souvenir whistle., lt--- Superior Court cases settled the past week are: Perkins vs. Harts, suit on accounting, part settlement for plaintiff; return of writ of hab- eas corpus, on behalf of James I~h- ey, ten day extension granted to per- mit attorney to file brief; Btate Bank vs. Redlinger, change of venue de- nied, sale of cattle also denied. John Anderson purchased the Tbos. Twohig residence this week, consideration being $2,200. Mrs. T. Weld returned the fore part of the week, after spending sev- eral days at the Blockhouse Springs. ' t The County Commissioners visi ed the poor farm yenterdap," and this morning went out to inspect roads Mrs. Wm. T. Dareh and little daughter returned yesterday from Rockaway Beach, where they have been spending the summer. Souvenir whistle given to each boy and girl during the fair. Golden Rule 8tore. lt--- ( hmzh Of F. C. Stephens, Minister Lord's~ Day, Sept. 12, 1920. Bible School at l0 A. M. Morning worship and theme--- "The World's Light, 11:00 A, M. Christian Endeavor, 0:45 P. M., Mrs. F C. Stephena, teacher. Evangelistic Services, ~:30 P. M., Theme---"The Exalted Christ." Lord's Day, Sept. 25, a basket din- ner given for the community by the Church of Christ after morning ser- vices. Look for notice of the place later. A cordial Welcome to all. THEm PAGB]~VJ~N [ONERT[ A remarkable demonatration will be given on the evening of Thursday, September 16th, at the High School Auditorium, when Miss Alice Verier will sing in comparison with the Ed- ison phonograph. The fact that this machine and records can perfectly re-create the human voice as well as instrumental music, will be demon- etrated at that time. Miss Verlot will be assisted by Robert Belten.vio- linlst and Victor Young,pianist. The evening's concert will be one that all music livers cannot afford to miss. Tickets are supplied fr~ of charge at the Allison Pharmacy. Ad- minion will be gained only through tickeUL Do not overlook this oppor- tunity. Herself ---in Goldendale Ivanhoe Lodge, K. of P. recently presented W. P. Rauch, a former Goldendale resident, with an emble- matic decoration signifying having completed twenty-five years' mem- bership in that order, making the presentation on behalf of Friendship Lodge, of Goldendale, of which lodge he is a member. There will be a special communi- cation of Goldendale Lodge No. 31, F. & A. M., on Frle~y evening, this week. Work in the E. A. Degree. all brothers invited. By order, W. M. WASHINGq~ON CROP SUMMARY The follqwing is the August gov- ernment summary of crops in this state: Winter wheat, 78,007,000 bushels; spring wheat, 21,233,000 bushels; oats, 13,314,000 bushels; barley, 4,- 587,060 bushels; corn 1,278,000 bushels; rye, average yield of 9.5 bushels to the acre; potatoes, 7,693,~ 000 bushels; hay, both tame and wild shows a decrease in production from last year. Clover hay is aver- aging 2.Z ton; alfalfa practically the same as last year; timothy condition slightly better than last year o Apples, 15,978,000 busheis, J0 per cent normal; peaches, 759,000 bushels, less than half crop; pears, 590,000 bushels; hops, 93 per cent normal; sugar beets, 93 per cenf nor- mal. The famous French operatic soprano, whose finished artistry has charmed a whole continent, is coming by special arrangement to Goldendale. Her personal appearance makes this the musical event of the seasoz SEPTEMBER 16 School Auditorium Amdztlag her will be Robert" Belten, violinist, Victor Ymmg, and Mr. A. Edison's Three Million von P h. Call w~ite o~ telephone us fo~ free ~kots of admittance. They will be issued in order of mlqdllcatlo~ O There are three candidates for Sheriff this year, and it will be hard to pick the winner. . . , -------=-~, We had a severe wind storm Satur- here visiting with her parents, Mr. law requires. ' All of the creditors whose elai~; day night and Sunday going at a and Mrs Win. Fer~y, and family, at are filed have recommended that this speed of sixty miles an hour, more Pine Crest. meeting be held in Yakima, and ratify or lena. . the action of the meeting on the 1st Mrs. A. F; Brockman, who is Charles Brunn and Joe White inst., at Goldendale. chairman of Dist. 15; ~f Rebekah left Tuesday for a several days' hunt- Dated at Yakima, Washington, this 3~d day of September, 1920. lodges, was v'miting the lodges in lng trip on the Big Klickitat. R.B. MILROY, CI2[FI~ * ~f_eree in Bankruptcy. that district last week. She also Red the Doctor's mother at Ellene- Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Short are a~ SUMMDNS BY PUBLICATION burg who is very ill. Mrs. Brock- North Yakima on business. ", In the SuperiOr Court of the State man returned home Tuesday, Rev, G. J. Bringtdahl, Dlst~ Supt. ! of Washington, for Klickitat County. George Alexander has sold his ranch to Harry Yarnell. Mr and came up from Portland recently to O, R. Story, Pla l~lff. ' Mrs. Alexander expect to spend the attend to business of the Nazarene A. E. Clark, and J~ne Doe Clark, his " winter at Columbus, where they have Church of Goldendale, holding ser- wife, if marrrted; Faust Palmer, property. Mrs. Alexander left Tues- vices one night. Ray. Steve~, of and Jane Doe Palmer, his wife, if ~day for Columbus to ~ook after their Lyle, was put in as ~pastor, ~ - married, and any e~nd all bther per- sons and parties unknc vn~ having property interests there. Mrs. Esther Thompson returned toor claiming to have e~n~ right,.tltle Cliffs, after a week's visit at Port- estate, lien or interest ~t the real Word was received here Monday land and Vancouver. estate in the complaint herein de- that Gotfred Paterson, formerly s scribed, Defendants. resident of Bickleton, had died Sun- Ray. C M. Smith, Dist. ~lpt. of day morning at his home in Port- The Dalles District, came up for eer- l~md. Mr. Peteroon had been an vtcee Saturday night and Sunday. Jane Doe Palmer, his wife, if mar- There was a good attendance. invalid for a number-of years. Fun- ried and to all other persons or par- eral services were held Sept. 2, from There was a "family reunion dur- ties unknownhaving or elaithing to nave any rtght, title, estate, li~n or lng the past week at Mr. and Mrs. interest in the real estate in the corn- an undertaking parlor at Portland. Wann's. There Were present, Mr. plaint herein described, defe/idants. Wm Mitty received word Monday and Mrs. J. C. Mobley, Mr. and Mrs. You are hereby sum ed to &p- of the death of his mother. He left that afternoon for Salem, to attend J" E. Mobley,~ Mrs. D G. Short and pear within sixty days ~ . the date of the first ptiblicatlon tills sum- the funeral service. News. daughters, and a few friends who mons, to wit within after the 9th and I defend the OBITUARY. Court aforesaid~ and serve a copy of of ~ your answer or, thor appes ~ up- Margaret Hill left for Goldendaleln the undereigl ed attorne Pearl A. Robertson was ~born in recently, to attend" school at that[plaintlff'belOw stated,at hl~a ~dPStffiC~n ease Lo~ Goldendale, Wash., Nov 14, 1881. place during the coming winter, if allure so to d,, ~ndgmen He lms lived here continuously ,until Byrl Robison and D. G Short jrendered againe ~ou acc( ~to his death which occurred August $1, made a trip to The Dallas recently tolthe, de nands of be coznplal hich is on file with the Clerk said 1920, being 88 years, 9 months and attend to business. J 17 days of age. IAllte, daughter of Mr. and Mlz.J ~ of this suit is He leaves to mourn, four brothers, A Miller, Wu pretty badly burned I~" "~ Daniel, of Whlto Swan, Wash.; Mae, by It kettle of hot water the ]~mt|r~ ~ of Portland, (Ire.; Tom R. and 8am- Monday. -[ uel P., of Goldendale, and two sis- sum ! ters, Mrs.. Gee. C. Brokaw and Mrs. the TO Raleigh Smith, of Ooldendale. 1~tn- ~ sum of 5( , ~ erat was held friday, at 8 P M., at In _t~. ~ C~, Of ~ ~' S,~ re the Chapman Undertaking Parlors,, ~n ~_t~a I~ ~ftled ~" 1 Md A. Rat. W. N. Byars officiating. [ ~~ter of James W. e said" tl! land Elisabeth J. Wi~, husband iari~g f( U~ ,wife, p! II]~GH'I~. | To the Creditors of James W. ~,.,~ ~, State of Wash- The Orchards Heights and the|SOn~d Elizabeth J. Wilson, husl ~ tO-wl l null bm ~d 14, id nda ann wee, of IAber~y ~ d, in $~17, ~1L9 , 21, :2, 33 and Go e ts Presbyterian Sunday[County of Kltekitat~ ~n? dis f ~ , Fr it Farms Schools held a Joint picnic in the[,.B_a.n~.Pte~.. . ...... accord ~ tothe plat thereof Miller Grove at Woodlan* - Labo-I ~otaee m J~m~y t*zven tnst on~ recorded in the office of the County , u, on r[ 16th day of August. 1920, the ~za Auditor of Klickltat" Co~u~ty, Wash~ Day. Tile day was thoroughly ea-lJ~es W. Wilson, and Elizabeth. J. ~ngton, and ftirther decreeing that ~.v,~ by on ...~.M.. Wfl~on. husband ant/wl~e, Were (IulY ,~-~. ~ --- v-~.-~-~ oa4..,~.,oa ho.~....~o, o.a that the me same be a lien upon the-pl~0p~: Ed A~I --~ .......... .v.--,---- ty above described, e~nd theft sedtl lieon and family spent I~LU- first meeting of their creditors will day at the home of E N. Haupert be held in the office of the nnder- lien be foreclosed and said pro~y signed Referee in Bankru tc in SOld In me manner provided by Law Others who visited with them inthe room No. 407, in the Miller ~t~ln~g, and the proceeds be applled,:~ the afternoon were Mr. and Mrs. Bates, in Yakima, Yakima County, we, an- paymeut of the claim of[hep~tiff, and Mrs Bates' sister Mrs ~^*-'-" ington, on the 16th day of Septemver mterost, costs and atterneY~lees, and , ..... " ' forenoon that the defendants and all persons 1920, at 10 o clock in the ' claiming by, thrt ~gh o~ under them son, of North Dakota, also ~rs. Hu~h at which time the said creditors may Dorman, of Portland and t~e ~m,,~ attend, prove their el&imp, appomt ;. be barred and f~ r~rer foreclosed of .... and from all rig ~, title, or interest .......... trustee, examine the bankrupts ann margaret and Odessa uowze, oz uo~- transact such other business as maY in or to said proi arty and every part endale, properly come before said meeting an I parcel ~.hbre~ !. And for such ........... This second notice of meetln ot ~er relief as is meet and equitable mrs. ~esme J~ammers spent last creditors is made In the pre~. week with Mrs. Haupert. Miss Ad& Ferry, of Portland, is first Sept. 9-Oct $I-1.7t