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INC. ALL CONTENT COPYRIGHTED ALL RIGHTS RESERVED SUBJECT TO LICENSE AGREEMENT. REPRODUCTION, DISSEMINATION STORAGE, DISTRIBUTION PROHIBITED. Established 1879 Goldendale, Washington, Thursday, November 8, 1928 Vol. XLIX. No. 45 H, HARTLEY ELEC [E[I GOVERNOR Hoover and Curtis Win Greatest Republican Victory in History Roland H. Hartley in the election returns took a lead ills democratic opponent Scott which were steadily increas- tile votes were counted. His as governor of Washing- ~is particularly of interest to his supporters who are firm in belief he has a mission at and is working for the of the sta~e. Despite ttle fact primary opponent turned tall Worked with might and matn for democratic candidate; despite number of so-called republicav aers of the state who flopped to Bullit~ and did everything seemed in their power to era- the election of Hartley, he has a fine majority, and at the count was leading by over 60,000 over the state. Mackintosl}, who nosed Miles Poindexter in the primary for nom:nation for United Senator, fell :before the great of his democratic opponent, C. who has been re-electBd from Washington. W. Summers was re-elected ssman from the Fourth Dis- with little opposition. In all of offices there was either uo1 L, or very weak opposition. were no county conflicts, and Only judicial candidates were O. I )rob and Bruce Blake. The l received the post of judge state supreme court. I ARMISTICE DANCE the table at the foot of this --- precinct returns have been I Friday evening, November 9th, the .ted as they were received dur-iAmerican Legion will give their the night Tuesday. The table tenth annual armistice dance and the figures where there is a frolic, at the Garage Hall. PRESIDENT-ELE?T ItERBERT IfOOVER Rolling up electoral votes that es- tablish a record for the republican party f, any previous election, it was soon C:~crmined that Hoover and his run- n ~": mate Charles Curtis, would guide ~'r: destinies of this country for the ~-~.:~ ~ four years. Before the polls closed in .(;oldendale sufficient figures had been compiled from eastern states to practi- cally decide the result of the election, ~m.d a short time after our time for closing the polls a message was sent by Gee. Albert Smith to Herbert Hoover, c~ngratulating him and extending his good wishes. Through the hours of the night, as the returns from outlylng pre- ci,acts c:~me in, state after state slipped :rum the doubtful column and joined with the Hoover lists. At the last infor- mation available the electoral vote gave Itoover 444 votes and Smith 87 votes. Smith carried the states of Arkansas, Alabama, Georgia, Louisana, Mississ- ippL Rho~le Island, Massachusettes and Fad' h C'u-olina. Hoover polled a wond- ful .~uajorit~ in Smith's own state, New A big demonstration was made at Pale Alto, California, the home of Her- bert Hoover. About 5000 students gath- c-ed with theil~ yell leaders, led by John Ph:llips Sousa's band and staged a rous- ing demonstration. An airplane flying overb.ead dropped bombs as a president's salute, of colored lights. A radio hook~ up from coast to coast continuing until the ~ee hours, brought all of the festi= vities to the homes of millions of inter- ested listeners, VICE-PRESIDENT-ELECT CHARLES CURTIS NEWS FROM COUNTY C0RRESPONOENTS MINUTES OF REGULAR MEETING OF COUNCIL Minutes of a regular meeting of the Town Council of the Town of Goldendale held in the Counc!l room, Monday, November 5, 1928. The meeting was called to order at 7:45 P. M, by the Mayor with the following officials in attendance: Mayor R. J. Willis; Councihnen J G. Alive, E E. Montgomery, W. E. pike, David Plett and R. D. Sun- derland; Marshal W Leidl and Clerk V F. Byars. Minutes of the last regular mee~- ing held October 15, were read and approved. The following bills were read and ordered pa~d: Curt~m Expen~ Fund Work on Pavements J H Turner ............. $ 70~00 J W Allen ............... " 8.75 Floyd ' Hamllik ........... 61.75 Ray Gosney ............. 14.00 Guy Shurtz ..............21.00 A1 Soper ................35.00 Goldendale Sentinel, printing and adv ..............7.95 Chapman Furniture Co, con. goleum, etc ........... 37.50 Herman C Roloff, sundries for street work ........2510 Yakima B ndery & Printing Co, ledger, etc for clerk.."~ 95.41 Skaggs-Safeway, kerosene for pavement work ........ 2.10 D Hamllik, 3 days on streets 10.50 The Service Garage, gasoline ........ for pavement work ...... 8:21 ..... FROM ..................... *****~..~-~***~.*~*~.~-~ s.,,~.,.^ OIIDD I ring and removing the cause from The service Garage, gasoline T Years a.. NO/t ourcn" 'iKlickitat county to Skamania county, etc for fire truck ........ 5.69 we.,r.we -so ,t" ', In the case of the North Pacific P P & L Co, lights for Oct.. 110.83 4. ,no GOORT nr:efln[Ri Mortgage a corporation, vs John Standard Asphalt Spo- ~'~ "~{~{~:~~ lull IILUVlIlallP,, Beal, et al, it is ordered, adjudged kane, bitumuls for PaVe- November 11, 1903. i and decreed that the plaintiff ~e and men~ts ................. 171.16 1 h tl arlter this ................. ,~... ~w~ ,,e B tumu s Corporation of S F only. They have been care- It ]s he d a t e e tt Is rue sum ~wu~r o[ t,,v o~ ,.. bl f ' checked but as" many figures year in order to obtain the best ., Six inches of snow fell OVB,r, the Action to quiet title in and to the:NW~; NE~ of SW~; NW~ of SE~;I 1 b o Laykold ...... ' 10.00 received over the telephone music. Eck Rouck's five piece band GIAENW(H)i) Kl!ckitat Valley last night. A Chl- SEx of NEx and W~ of NE~ of SE~ !SW~ of NE~ and Wb of Lot 20 of Wa~er ~Fund may be minor mistakes, will furntsh music. There will be -- nook" wind is fast melting it today, of ;ec 22 and the SW~ of'NW~ of [Goldendale Heights Fruit Farm No. ~,J H Allyn, sundries for -- novelties and lots of fun during the A farewell party was given the Roy McLavy of Centerville in- ~_~ ,)'~ ~' ~" '~'- ~ ~'~ ~ 12 t~ 1 all in See. 11 "Pp. 4 N. R. 16, water mains ........... 9.25 I , , Khckitat Machine Works f nevenln Sanstrom family on Tuesday evening forms us that the new cylinder for and the defendants are forever bar Swagger was up rein Binge g. " " ' ~ i flled bv Don S Norris and wife i . " . . . ' Qrst of the week on business.A special invitation is extended to at the!r home when a very pleasant the pump in the Centerville city well lagainst~Jerusha Ann Eilard et al fred from claiming any right thei-eto. I nan(Ks etc water mains .. 53.00 e~entn was s ion The are m i ' " D Hamllik 10 days on mains 35 00 lance at Wishram Saturdav Nov all the teachers who are here for" g- l t. y ov nghas arrived and has bBeen put in[ ....... The appraisers report in the mat I ' .~ ' ACtion tO voreclose a mortgage " l " Good music D~ncing 10-~ 4 institute. Dancing at 8:30. Admis, to Klickitat where Mr. Sanstrom has place, and water ca~ now be pumped ............. ter of the estate of Florence M Coff-j R At ~ow, 2~ days on pipeline 8.75 , . . l agaznst lot 1~, DIOCK 1 O[ waru's ' H S Warren 1 3 4 da s i e ~,---- It slon: gents 75c ladies 25c. work at the J. Ne]ls Lumber Corn- into the tank ............ man deceased shows the value of ' - Y P p ...... -- ~.~ ....... .addition to UOlaBnoate is nice ny , , i line 615 hrr,., ~,~r~'u~nn was a Portland ---"------ pany. we a[~ regret navlngtnese The farmers of the ColUmbus vi- ~,o~,~ Wo,,~ ,,e n,~d,~,,a~t,~ ~.a~nq ~a tile estate to be $2192.71 ~ . "_''':'''_" ": ........ ~---, ...... :.- . . - _ .. WOMAN'S A~()CIAT]ON people leave us. -'--' ........ kt--- -'re"arations to do l .... ~ .......... ~.~ ............... ............... Huason ~ervlce Statmn, gas- ~or to the livestock snow tne , ,;,~,,~ a,,: ~,,,~ -~ v v ~ EWard, et al. Tne mortgage was order zs entere(z aomtttzng tne Will oline etc for marshal for Mr and Mrs Jack Duece of White somefallplowing as therecent ) harles A Munson deceased to* i part of the week ...... ~ ...... '" "' ' ' ' ' t executed to secure a loan of $1500 (f C . , i October 15 23 i_ ......... "~v~uslc ]s tne poetry ot air, ' K~cn- Salmon, visited at the Win. Leatenrainshave saturated thegroundl .... ,... ~ ..... ~, u .... *.- .~-.~-.,-~ i~,robate a,~,,Gintin- Rose Amelia Des ................ uu get a ntgn grade, nest qnaltty, ter" Five minute review of current home ,ufficientl for this u t ] mau~ oy .~u~ r ..... t~ ~u ....... -[~, , ev ~, . i Pernmnent Highway I,hzud ,~ ...... r',..~.~ ....... l"s ~* ~= ' . s ' y P ~ l ant on March 13th 1924 The mort-Brlsay as executrix and fixing her~ . . , ,-~ s,,,wu u~,,,~,,,~-, ,,vv ,~ "~ "~~ v s Mrs l 1 " ' " e ent C ins Dud ey, Musical 1 sub ~ Stanaard Asphalt Paving Co, ~ ~-~h's arocerv lt-- ' ..' . :: . .. Mrs.Riley Murray andfamily, Thegrowth of The Sent'nel"[gagehas been duly assigned toibond in the sum of $2000.00. It is] ........... ......... program Mrsj ~ L~dlbetter; Host- , l v o - o,.tumuls tor pavement ~ ty ....... . motored to B~ngen Wednesday even- scription list is remarkab e. O or nel,~z~t~ti~v ......... I ordered that the executrix .Ayes no-.t " " li~s uorotny l~arnes a niece of ess Mrs M Jonson , r s 1 aid InI I ]ht~Jr.~ l~'~n(! ..... ' - -t .... ' . ' ' ". . . .ing to attend a Hallows en party, at hundred new subsc iber , a 1 p ' ~om,qa~nt is filed by Shell Corn-~tice to creditars by publication in" " U Treat, nas a poe uon atMusic lovers are IOOKln forward ,~ v , ', ~. ~. . . . " g , her sisters home Mrs. Peter Wyers. advance, have been added to our list[ ....... e ~l~e,r~io a~o~nst A~ n i the Goldendale SenCnel. S. A. Ros- P P & L Co, lights for Oct 1.00 .~. rennBy store, commencing with keen anticipation to the meet-I The Ladies Aid en'oyed their.during September and October. i~"~,~:,, "~-"~':,,~r :oss,~ssion :is'er, S. N Malsen and T. J. Williams The council instructed the tress- the past week. . ing of Friday November 16th at J l t certainl seeras that the ballsl ~ .................. v -~ [r and Mrs Fred Lasley were the Presbyteri;n church Mrs Ld Iregular meeting Thursday at the! It ,..Y ...... icertain lumber in the possession oftare appointed appraisers of the ca-juror to transfer $2,000.00 from the In Trout ~axe are getting to De too e nine f r arrot tat water fund to the Current Expense h o M s Laura P t when t the defendant Jud meet is asked endale businessvisitors last better has selected Scotch and Irish[" ' J-"m-rous "o b~ in .'end taste If~ " g l " 1~. I aprons were cut out The next meet t"" "~ " '~ ~ ltI n as runu teddy, from Roosevelt music for her program, which will J. . ." .... :; . . "} .... l,~ would attend church and Sun-I decreeing the plaintiff to be the own-i Pet o_.is filed, k!ng !hat thet .. : .... ~I ...... ..... *i-"- " "~-'- ~--~-~ ~ .......... i tug IS at Mrs. win. ~eaton's when an t ~--r .. - er of and entitled to the nossession wul of t~uward tllppely, ~eceasea, i Notnlng further appeaxlng, on mo- ~""~ '~ ~s u. ~.~ ~u- De presenteu Oy exceuent talent. A ~ day school half as well as they do~' - ~ tl ...... o ..................... [Armistice and Thanksgiving pro- ~of the lumber or awardin~ to the! be admitted to probate and that H. ton the council adjourned .~e cnameer vt ~ ,nmvr~=e wal~ complete program Will De puDilsneol ........ ~thBdancehall, we wouldhave a~ ' " I ...~ ~ ,,,..~ ...... ,__,,,. ........... ~gram wet De given. ~very tauy in-I I nlalntiff in the alternative recoverv I G. McPherson be appointed as ad ............. ~vzU next. aue~uay ~v~u~n$.. xue In tne nBXt Issue or tne t~enttnez.!l vires'" -. I more prosperous church and Sunday~t of "ud meet a sinai the 'defendant! ministrator with will annexed The OPERA~G ~ OF MOTOR ling w:ll follow tim 6:30 dinner, Remember the change from our~ ] ~_ . ] g g I~ " Mr and Mrs Chas Gardner and scnvm I for tim reasonable value of the lure *eState consists of real property in CAR IOC PER M:I]~ ~h will be nut on bv the Grange regular dav occasioned bvth,~ ac-I . . J __ " . . " - -I " ~ " - " ~ " ' " [ ' Tee governmen~ engineersnavei i . l ch ldrenleft Thursday for their ber together with damages in the Kl ckitat county having an estimated P ace for holding the feed and ceptance of the invitation ofthe , ~ ador~ted a elan for overcomln~ the~ ' . --~ ......... , -- . ~ .. . ~ln~, wm u~ .+ ,h~ wr r~ xxr t..~ ,...~ ~,.. c~ ...... ,,,~.. ,.. i...1 home at San Jose Calif They spent l " " .. . t sul~ of $3850 and for all costs in-1 value oz Sbuou.uu, Tee aezrs are Ten cents per rune pays au costa A committee from the Grange their guests at that time l the sumnler ltere at the Albert] ~"".~ ..... ~. ......... , "X ~ "'.'. ""~! curred. /ltst'ed as nine nephews and nine of operation of the average auto- withintheappropriation allowed I nieces Bertschi home 1 I .......... mciblle including every item of ex- sell the tickets for the dinner, ------ I " ' ........................... t Jn tee matter or tne estate 0t, ~ ' i WOI'K Wl|l De t:ulltauil~:,~u Oil I.[IU I AC IO t n to foreclose a mortgage pense according to the Automobile t will be 75 cents each. An in-Dance ,at Wishram Saturday' Nov. i Harry Lynch made a business trip 1 ,,~t,o o,,,~ .... , ,.~o,, t~o .~.h, .. I Emma C Baker, deceased, the reportl I ' against Lots 19 20 21 and 22 of Club of Washington which points ~n has been extended to mere- 10 Good music Dancing 10 to 4 to Yakima, on business ....... ~of the appraisers shows the value of ' ' of the Wlshram Im"rovement [ "~o'o ..... " ~ " I ...... ' , _. [ way ]s secureu. Tne ,mprovements j the estate to be" ~24 890 35 I Bloc*k 2 Town of Alderdale, is flle@~ out that while the range of opera- v ~ u ~mm. x~---IMrs ~en kIotcomDmotoreotO,will be on the Oreeon side of the~ , ' ~_ ~ ~ ....... i ......... ' ~ i oy U w ttousn against t~aura lad tzon costs zs trom '; ob cents per to attend the dinner and meet- l Mr and Mrs T. J. Ward of Glen- ] Hood River on Friday returning [ ~,,,,,~,~ ~r.,,,,,~,,~, one s-" ,he, ~ In the case of F. B. Zener againstl " " I " ] t Churchi l, et al. The mortgage was mile for a light four-cylinder tour- he number to attend from there wood, were Goldendale business visit- ---..------ ~------------ [ M. P. Ochs, motion is filed asking[ 1 J ~ ~ ing car to 1173 cents per mile for aving been reported yet. ors last Saturday (Continued on Page Five) (Continued on Page Slx~that an order be entered transfer- ............. ,ir~..,.i.....~ '.... ~.-.. ~ t " .......... ~ ............................ ~_ ................................................................................... ~:~,, ............... :~__ _=~ j_Lla light six-cylinder coach, the aver- - " = ................. ' ...... ~/age is ten cents per mile. KI~I(YI~TAT COUNTY COMPLETE UN-OI,q,~ICIAL REqrURNS OF GIgNERAL ELEC'PION --- OONVrEffPI~__D OFFI~ II Improvement in car design, de- -- Y " I velo ment of end roads and stan " ' 1 ....... ....... ........ I p g d- ~ " L~ "; ~ ~ " : ,~ ;[> ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ : ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~0 ~I~ ,~ ~ .~ : .'~'~ : ~ ~ : in 1927 for operation and m~inten. CANDIDATES Z : ~ ~ [ o~ ! : I ~ ~ ~ L'q : [ ~ [ : ~ ~ I ~ I : ~ [~ I ~ ] : [ ~ ] ~. / . : I ~ ] ~ : I : I ~ / ~ i : i . 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