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i i~ % PAGE FOUR Buy W" s. Stamps---THE GOLDENDALE SENTINEL-- Buy Liberty Bonds Sentinel IRVINO S. BATH, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER ESTABLISHED 1879 GOLDENDALE, WASHINGTON PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY AFTERNOON Entered at the Post Office at Goldendale, Washington, as Second-Class Mail Matter Every Thursday. SUBSCRIPTION RATES Per Year--S2.00 Six Months, $1.00 ~ Thr~ Months 75c. ADVERTISING RATmS ON APPLICATION Address All Communications to THE GOLDENDALE SENTINEL, NEWS PHONE 3~2; Phone in Your Local News Itom~ of Interest FOURTH LIBERTY IaOAN AD- A "BADGE OF SHAME?" "in spite of the fact that this lit- tle town of 300 population has 62 stars in its service flag, we have a few slackers and pro-Germans, some of whom have never given a dollar dollars in the United States Treasury and the exportation of the bar silver resulting a~d the other bullion possess great interest to the average American citizen. Most of this silver bullion is cent to India, whose people have a strong prejudice in favor o metal money, and India is exporting a vast amount of material used in the war by England and France, and in fact, aH the entente allies, includ- ing ourselves. To pay for these gooc~s in the mon- ey desired by the people of India caused a tremendious drain on the supply of Silver of entente allies, and to meet this urgent demand the United States has taken the great amount of silver bullion and silver dollars lying idle in its Treas- ury and is exporting it to India to be used in paying for war supplieS. Something like a hundred million silver dollars have been melted down and exported. What great assistance it was to~ the allies, including the United States, is shown by the statement of Sir James Meston, financial member of the Viceroy's council, who is reported as saying: "Probably few people in Ameri- ca realize how vitally important to india and her share in the war was the legislation passed in Washing- ton releasing large quantities of sil- ver for use in alleviating the cur- fancy situation there For this ac- tion India as well as the British Era- VERTISING. required for war purposes forces a curtailment of passenger train serv- ice. He urges the American people to refrain from all unnecessary trav- el as a measure of war economy and war sacrifice. In the last 14 months the railroads of America have transported 5,377,- 468 soldiers, of whom over two mil- lion were transported prior to De- cember 31, 1917; 3,377,000 between January 1 and June 30, 1918. Patri- otic co-operation by the people will greatly help the solving of our trans- portation problem under the strain of war. "Dinner Costs $20 in Berlin Now." Headline. Well, hark back a year and see what the Kaiser promised his people about those Paris dinners. NOTICE OF KETTLI~dENT OF FI- NAL ACCOUNT AND DISTRI- BUTION. In the Superior Court of the State of Washington for the County of Klickitat. M In the matter of the estate of J. Embree, deceased. Notice is hereby given that N. B. Brooks, administrator of said estate, has rendered and presented for set- tlement and filed ~n this court his Final Account of his administration and petition for distribution of the residue o~ said estate, and that Mon- day, the 14th day o October, A.D. ~918, at 10 o'clock a.m., at the court room of said court, has been duly ap- pointed by the said court for the set- tlement of said Account and Distri- bution of tl~e residue of said estate, at which time and place any person interested in said estate may appear and file exceptions in writing to said A call has been made to local Lib- arty Loan committees to give the ap- proaching fourth Liberty Loan the widest possible publicity. Prepared THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1918. When a man gets a hankering for real tobacco satisfaction, he is on the road that leads straight to the Real Gravely Chewing Plug. Peyton Brand Gravely Chewing Plug 10c a pouch--and worth it l Gr~aelylas~somncAlonEeritcosts ne mr~ toel~wthan ordinary plug I P. ~. Gravely Tobacco ComPany Danville, Virginia CLOSURE. I Said land will be sold subject to ~the terms, conditions and reserva- in the Superior Court of the State of tions-of chapter 109 of the Session Washington for Klickitat County Laws of 1911, relating to easements W. M. Garmire, plaintiff, "1 for rights-of-way and ~he carrying of vs. timber, stone, minerals and other Alvin H. Biggs, Gertrude A. Brooks, I pr~duCttboVeer ~e s.ame. _ Thomas ~drdsley, Mattle L. Fre- . e v u scr]oed lanas are or- burg, Earl B. Edwards John A.t~ered for sale in pursuance of an or- Leatherman, J. W. Gi'llette, L. ue.r of the Board of State Land Cora- l v. L "ell m~ssmners and an order of sale dul Such, Athol R. La t_. M. . Kj " s " ' " . Y strom, H. W, Paterson, James llo- m usa ann certified b) the Commls- man and Aben J. Pearson, sioner of Public Lands of the State Defendants. of Washington now ,,~ file in the of- Under and by virtue of an order rice of the county auditor of said plates are available, and business houses and individuals are asked to procure space in the local newspa- pers and cause the matter to be pub- lished. The newspapers over the country are doing their share, also, by running matter of this kind, both in display and otherwise, and every extra advertisement will be of h~p. Space rates should be charged as it is nece~ary. It should ~be an honor to be identified with publicity urging the support of this greatest of all Liberty Loans Several firms locally will cause these advertisements to be published, and all interested are invited to call at this office and see the prepared proof sheets of the available illustra- tions, etc. Do not confuse thi~ with any scheme on the part of the news- papers to secure a lot of high priced advertising at the expense of the publlc for patriotic enterprises. There are no funds appropriated nationally for the purpose, and the newspapers and publications over the country cannot stand the entire burden. All publications are expected to do their utmost in promoting "over the top" sales of war bonds in their commu- nities. (X)NVERSION OF LIBERTY BONDS. ____.__ The privilege of conversion which arose in consequence of the issue of 4 per cent bonds of the Third Lib- arty Loan will expire on November 9 next, and under existing law cannot be extended or renewed Delay in exercising the privilege will result in overburdening the banking institu- tions of the country and the Treas- ury Department by making it neces- sary to handle all conversions at the last moment and may result iu many cases in the loss of the privilege of conversion altogether. Holders of coupon bonds are advis- to the Red Cross nor bought a thrift stamp, let alone a Liberty Bond," This letter, from the editor of a paper in a California farming district town, brings up anew the advisabil- ity of making a "badge of shame" a prominent factor in every commu- nity for the marking of those whose miserliness or enmity to American ideals leads them to refuse to bear a hand in the popular war financing program. "He who is not for us is against us." The man who is not actively supporting the coming Fourth Lib- erty Loan and preparing to purchase bonds to the limit of his resources is a man who needs searching ques- tioning at the hands of the patriotic members of the community charged with the success of the loan. Those whose Americanism is deep, broad and real enough to make them glad to sacrifice personal interests and plans for the good of America and democracy find in tJao deed its own reward Nevertheless they have received in previous loans and will receive in future loans public recog- nition by the inclusion of their names in published "honor rolls." Those who, being well able to, do not subscribe to Fourth Liberty Loan Bonds, should not be allowed to shel- ter under the cloak of silence. Their names should be sent broadcast as thy of a place on the "roll of dis- honor." And~ along with their names should be the name~ of those who camouflage enmity to the loan or lack of interest in its success under a subscription far less than they are able comfortably to make. The man who buys a fifty dollar bond when he could take one for a thousand dollars is not worthy of the name American A PATRIOTIC ADVERTIgEP~ The following is copied from an ad- vertisement "of sale of farm lands in ed to exchange them for registered an Iowa paper: "Nothing but Liberty bonds in order to protect themselves i Bonds beat~ an investment in a good against the risk of loss, theft and de- II farm." The advertiser recognizeS the struetion of their bonds. I great truth that a Liberty Bond is The banks throughout the country, I the best investment in the world for as a matter of patriotic service, wlll ia good American. doubtless all assist bondholders inI ~ -_.-.--. converting and registering ~bonds. I()UR E~RTATION OF ~ILVER Send The Sentinel to a soldier, ] The melting down of the silver Look and Prepare subscriptions September 28. The quicker and bigger the subscriptions pour in at that time, the sooner the war will be over and our boys back again. Do your share to carry Goldendale, Klickitat County and Washington State over the top. You may be sure that the State Bank of old- endale will be prepared to help you subscribe L. T. Gfllett ............................. President T, Z. Ofllett ......................... Vice-President C. E. Crook .............................. W. ...................... A 't C hte OOLDEND#,L? WfXSHINGTON accbunt and contest the same. of sale under foreclosure issued out county. pire and the allies owe a debt of Witness the lion. ~m. T. Darch, o[ the ,~bo);e entitled court in the CLARK V. SAVIDGE, gratitude to the United States which Judge of said Superior Court, and above entitled action, on August 28, Commissioner of Public Lands. it si hard to overstate." the seal of said court affixed this 19~, pursuant to a judgment ran- Xu 22-Se 26 6t 14th day of September, A. D. 1918. dared in said coAi~t in favor of the KATE. NYE, above named D[~ntiff and against No. P. 893. A DAILY DU~r . County Clerk and Clerk of the Su- the said Alvin H. Biggs, ~n the 6th perior Court. NOTICE TO CREDITORS. Each day every American soldier Sep.19-Oct. 10-4t day of August, ~918 ~or the sum of $3,000_.00 and $~75:00 as an attor-i~In the Superior Court of the State of nays' fee, and costs of suit taxed at . Washington for Kli~kitat County. in France is confronted by a great NOTICE OF ASSESSMENT. $23.60, with interest On said judg? ~n ~ne matter of the estate of Wil- meat ~rom November 17, 1915, a~ liam L. Parker, deceased. duty. Our Army there has a Notice to Property Owners in Local the rate of 8 per cent per annum Notice is hereby give~, that Robert duty to perform for our country, Improvement District No. 8, of the from date thereof until paid, all in Ballou, the undersigned, has been for the world, for civilization, and Town of Goldendale, Washington, lawful money, said juagment being appointed and has qualified as ad~ of Assessment due. a judgment of foreclosure of a real ministrator of tl~e estate of the above ' t " mortga'-e in whlc" th~ sal^ r- named William L Pa~ker deceased for humanity. Our soldmrs are do- The 0wn,~vu of n~onertv in Local es ate_,~ s ,, ~ ~ ~ ...... ". ,. . . , ing their duty with a courage and Improve~e~-Dist~ct "No.~ 8, of the Oraaere doOferlhye h~re=in=a~'ter describes ag~in~s~a~sa~ P:t~aStOnst:%rnsgen~la~ Town 0 t~ot(lenaaie wasumg~on-~ v- ~ ~' " "'~'~" ~' "~"~'~'"~ serve t " " fidelity and efficiency thatthrill ..~ hov~Rv nr, rifl~H ,thht the Annual county, Washington, and being oar- he same on sa~d administrator ........ at hi i " every heart .~'ssessme~t-~n'-Loca'l-lmprove-ment ticularly described as follows, to- ~ s err celnGoldendale, Washing7 ' t sax own wit" - ton or on Jonn t~ vlcEwen recoru Each day every American citizen oD/S~,ri~enN2~lEi~t~lnfgt~h:,is indoT due ~;he east half of Section 2 Town- attorney for.said estate, at ~a'is office ' , shi 4 north Ran e 15 eas f the m t~oldenuam wasaington and file at home is confronted by a great and payable to the 'Iowa Treasurer ... l~ ., . g . t o . . ........... ? ........- _ lets is upon them The American 19~8, such an assessment will become from,_howevqlr~ the .following de- barr;~ " be f raver -'elin~uen* and a ,-enalt~ of twelve scr~oeu par~ ~nereox heretofore re- ,~ ." .......... ..~ ~ . ~* a - ~a~e O[ llrS[ pUDtlCa~lon, An .ot people have a great task to per-;~er cent will be added thereto for leased from the lien of said 22 191~ " g fo i I ~ ot c asmortgage, to wit Southwest quar ' o rm It s to support to the llm-such delinquency, and b h su h " - - ~:- - " = " ROBERT BALLOU e rater~er o~me normwes~ uar~ero~ i easement and penalty will b ar Administra f 't of their ability our Army, our~ " " ixe tore the estate of ~m ce e an t northeast quarter, an~ the north . . lest at the rate of 8 per ntp r - - ....... - L Parker deceased " r~avy, our country at war hum from date of delinouencv until wes~ quarter o~ the nor~nwes~ quar- ' ...... :: ...... - ~ - ter of t aur~z~ r~ ~cEw~r~ id T BERT W N the sou Least qu,~rter). To work with increased energy~ pa .. - . . ._ ILS0 , . ~-.;...- ,~. ,...-~h.. .., .... ,-,.~...,, ~ ~ .... Goldendale, Washington, attorney ~or .... Town Treasurer oI me ToWn o,,u,~ m .=,*,~,,# ~..,~=~ .,,~..,,..,~ es,o,~ . .. =. en(l el~lClency so that our national Goldendale Washington duly levied upon, and will on Satur- ~ .... ~ug ~-u~ production may be increased; to .... ~p 5-26-4t-- :~Yt~hee ~hgotuhr dos[ of Septe_mber, 191.8.t ' - te~ o04oe~ l]a t~al No P economize in consumption so that .~m forenoon of said day, sell the above-I ~:verre~::nt savings to supportthe The owners of property in Local, The .le_will take pl=e at the Notice is hereby given, that the un- t financially is the uuty Improven~ent District No 7. of thai rent ~oor of the county court house, dersigned has been appointed and ......... w of ~oldendale ~v-ashin~ton lin the Tdwn o! Goldendale Klickltat has ualifled as adminlst r of the es oz every Amemcan. It ts a autY zo n ~ .. ~' ' count h ' -" q ~ " tho~ ~,~m ~,~ ,,~t h ....... a~ are hereby notified that the Annual] " _. y, ..Was., and will be at tate of the above named Adam J. Nel- ............. z ~.~,# ~x,a~,- A~agrn~nt inLocalImurovement ~ auc zoq cash in hand ~O the nigh- son, deceased and that all ersons ............ "~ e a ' P Town st nu east bidder having claims a ainst the estate of 'i::n i:h~;:nch:,arwthios ~tr~e:i: ;hleid; Dis~i~eNn~al~:V~'afithg~oS?ids now _ Given uadyer my hand this 28th said deceased to gserve the same upon -a~'able to the Town Tress- uay o August, 1918. the undersigned at his residence in courage and fighting ability ~ ;~e~said TowK of Go l.dendale .... IRA HENDERSON~ Goldendale, Washington, or upon ~ " ~ ~ ~ce and should said assess- ~ner~rr of Klickitat County, wash, John R. McEwen, attorne ~or said ~ne~r success. ~ t'be' paid on or before Octo- .. By F. A. Smith,, Deputy. estate, at his office in ~oldendale, ........ "~' $~R ~.~, ~. ~sses~ment will AKins & Garmire, atty's for plaintiff, Washington and file same with the Ra~.p.~ar~ .~r~r~==~a~ ~ ~ " alt of oldendale, Wn Au29-Se26 5t clerk of the above named court, with .............. MIN ....... =vN, -i .elmquent and a Den Y . . ....... - "-J =r centrwill be added there- m six mourns from the eats of first ___.___ ~1~ i~ch delinquency and both NOTICE OF SAId$ OF 8TAT~ publication of this notice, or the same Director Gener~ McAdoo has ~smen)~ and p-enalty will bear LANDS. will be forever barred. . .... ; . =, ~. ,~to ,,f ~ -er cent ~er L ~ Date of first publication, August sues a czrcuzar to all employee "~ ~=~- "-"'~:'-'.." " Notice i- her~'-- -~w-- That "n 15th 1918 ~rom (late or uenu uency un- o ~ ~ u , . the railroad lines operated by ~ T BERT ~ILS~N, Tuesday, the let ~a~ of October, JAMES SHEPARD, ......... Treasurer of the Town of 1918, between the hours of ten Administrator of the estate]bf Adam t, overnmen~ in wn~cn ne enjoins ton o'clock in the forenoon and four J. Nelson deceased. o'clock in the afternoon, commenc- JOHN R. McEWEN, on them in emphatic terms Sap 5-26-4t-~ ing at ten o"clock in the forenoon of Goldendale, Wash., att'y for estate policy of courtesy and said day, in front of the main an- He announces that the policy of Railroad Administration is the reverse of the policy "the public be damned" Uoli H~ states that the fact that United States is running the roads is not an~excu~e or for the shortcoming of either the ployees or the Railroad Adminis tion. "The people have accepted ~riotically and cheerfully the of increased railroad fares that conditions have imposed upon part of which is due to the expenditures caused by the in the wages of the railroad em ees," says the Director General, the least that the railrpad can do in return is to serve the lic faithfully, courteousty~and ciently." Railroads are Just as much servants under government tration as under private control. cha~uge of management was the purpose of making the more efficient servants of the more especially in the great winning the war. The relation railroads ~tnd the railroad to the public is therefore except that patriotism to their try as well as loyalty to their ployer should actuate the employee. The Director General has sued a statement to the ing the overcrowded condition of~ senger trains, which he admits expresses regret for the tory condition in Some sections. The great number of troop~ being handled over the is stated, has caused a short day coaches and sleeping cars, cannot immediately be remedied, i the increased demand on the portatlon of the country by the mendous amounts of coal, food plies, war material and other Au 15-'Sap 12-5t OF ASSE~[ENT. trance to the county court house Owners In Local the city of Goldendale, county No. 5 of the Klick.itat, State of Washington I of Goldendale, Washington, ther by the county auditor of I l[~&kT rt&lUrtv merit due. county or by a member of the Board.|L [./~kl''L#~'t.].'tJ~l ers of property in Local of State Land Commissioners of the lll ~t District No. 5, of the State of Washington, the following I|[ T~ IhTT I~ ~TkTTT~ TT Goldendale, Washington, described state lands, together With,|/ ~|]L~.j~A[~jL~][ notified that the Annual the improvemnts situated thereon, Ill in Local Improvement will be sold at public auction to the I|/ Five of-the said Town highest bidder therefor, to-wit: Iit ale, Washington, is now AnnHcatl~" No.lO~aY Iit ;r C ;I zable to the Town Treas- S ~- ......... ....... ~ o ~E~A of section 16, town-I|/ l Townor x~ome~Luam, at ship 3 north, range 14 east W. M.,l|[ anu .snouts sam assess- containing 80 acres, more or less, at-Ill lu on or oelore uc cordin to th " g. e government surveyll~ such an assessment[ thereo]~, appraised~ at $1676.00. I.m-I|] luent ana a penal-I provements appraised at $176.50. Ill FR H DAILY AT aaaeu t SE ~4 of section 16, township north, range 14 east W. M., per cent will be . ~hip 3 t I t such delinquency, andl ~ontain- ]II assessment., and penalty in 160 res "" "! " i -~ g ac ,more or less, accord-I|t Bates' (ir-ccrv m~erest at the ra.~e.oI e gut ling to the government survey there-II I ~_. v.. j per an. numflrom uate of us-| of, appraised at $2,576.00, subject to]ll unui pale. i an easement for right of way forl|[ Made in the Most Sanitary and _ T. BERT.WILSON, .I county rqad heretofore granted tolll Up-to-Date Bakery in Van- Trea ssurer o~ ~ne Town O~|Klickitat County, as shown upon the[|1 couver, Wash. ~, washing on. " ~" 4t | files, map and records thereof in the[|t ~ep o-z e- --| office of the Commissioner of Publicl|l Never touched by human hands ILands over the S~ of SE~. Im-[|[ from the time the flourleaves SUMMONS I provements appraised at $1,767.00.[|1 the mixer until delivered ~=r~ .,.~,)m I Said lands will be sold for not less I|] in Sanitary Wrappers. o~=,,=.~=~ ~u=~=. than the ~praised value above stat- ap A.. J. Ahola,~J.u~tice .of the I ed and upon the terms and conditions m and for t~o~enaa~e t~re-I following: Klickitat County, Wash. I Tern~ and Conditions of Sale.-- larence, Plaintiff, I Not less than one-tenth of the put- vs. I chase price must be paid at the time ~lsbn and Walter E. Roloff, [ of sale to the officer making the sale. Defendants ur haser . . _ ' ...... I Thep c , if he be nofthe own- , ~emon ~ncl waiter s:. ltozo.~, I er of the improvements must forth- name of the State of Wash-| with pay to the off~cer" making tbe ~ou and each of you are | sale the full amount of the appraised ratified that J. H.. Clarence | value of the improvements, as above a complaint against you xn| stated. One-tenth of the purchase ~t, which will come on to be | price must be paid annually thereaf- my office in Golaenaa~e~ m | te~,with interest on all deferred pay- County, State of Wash!rig-| meats at the rate of six per ~entum the 19th day or ~eptem~er, i per annum, together with accrued in- the hour of ten o'cIocz a.m., I terest on a~y balance at the same you appear and then and | rate Provided, Thst any purch.Ue.r~ | , the same.will be ~a~en | may make full payment of prin~lpai, [| and the aemana ox me | interest and statutory fees at anY'[i granted. The object and de-! time and obtain deed or state patent. ! said corn flalnt is to recover| The purchaser of land con~a.ining ~t against you in the sum o~! timber or other valuable materials m flve~Doll~l ~ principal, togeth? [ prohibited by law from cutting, dr re- interest tl arson .from AuguSt I moving any such timber or materials 7, at the rate o~ ~ per cent without~ first obtaining consent of the urn; and for the sum of $15 Commissioner o~ Public Lands or the 'nays fees for the institution board, until th| fulVameunt of the ~secution 6f this action: and nurchase price has been paid and s and disbursements incurred ~eed issued. ....... All sales of state lands are~nade ~alnt n~ea AUgust 19, 1918. subject to the' reservation of oils, A. J. AHOLA, gases, coal, ores, minerals and fossils Just!ce of the Peace. of every name. kind and description, Garmire, att ys for plaintiff, and to the additional terms and son-i " ditions prescribed in the a~t of the , No. ~. legislature approved March 20, 1907, OF SHERIFFqS KALE OF being sectlo~ 3 of chapter 256 of the PROPERTY UNDER l~O/t]~J.~aws ot I~_~. FRESH DAILY John S. Eddings, Prop. Fresh Milk and Cream PHONE 3025 Delivered at Your House Holstein Cows Jersey Cows ~H