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Page Ten THE GOLDENDALE SENTINEL---C ldendale, Washington Thursday, November 9, F.A. SMITH Anoint-at-Law Located in Old Sta~ Bank Bu~li~g Golde~dale, Washington C. W. RAMSEY -at-'Law Darch Btt~dL'~ Goldendale, W~n I DGAR H. CA] DEr.,D ~h~asy. at-Law Sentinel Building Golden ale, Washington THImMAN E. WARD ~orney-at-Law Old State Bank Buildiag C~tdeadale DR. JOHN W. Cldmpm= Chronic a~d acute diseases treated by natural methods 112 E. Court St. Dial 3433 Optometrist DR. R. F. CREIGHTON OPTOMETRIST W htu o. Ia ewn Th.r q JU Dmmel's Store Lodges GOLDENDALE LODGE F. & A. ~ No. ~I Stated Cc~mtmica~ious Every First and Third Thin.clay C. H. KNOSHER, Secretary FRUGAL OIEDER @F EAGLES Aerio No. 211S Meets every Wed. at 8:00 p.m. Auxiliary, 2nd & 4th Wed. All Visiting Eagles Weleome LIMUS LOD No. IS L O. O. F. Odd Fellow,s. meet S~ond and Four Rebekah Lodge meets First and Tuesday Night, Contractors DEAN GILLENV~ATERS General Contractor ..Di~l $262 Auctioneer ~q34J~ C. ROLOFF &UCTIONB~t Livestock AucUonee~ Cry Sales Anywhere Ill. Geo. L. Kraus and Sons, Silver-[ Olympia contest the same. and conditions following: ton, Oregon, Route 2, Box~ ......... ~ ....... Dated this 21st d~y of Octo- Not less than one-tenth of the 222A 4331 I~U-I-IL;~: UI'-I~:-I"L'gIU~N ZVE& ~T. lo_~n - purchase nrie~ m.~t h~ naid at CHANGE OP POINT OF ......... the " ........... r-- _- _ ......... I ................ JOHN A. MILLER, Clerk of said time of sale. The purchaser, if tU="t ~.,~u~.;---o room house anu/ ULVP.;I~UN Ut" WA,"-n ~,.,,,.+ he be not +h= ,-,,,m,~. n +h,= ;.~_ one, lot, c~se^m_,Allnew~ dec-J ........ = ByR~Y E. CROOKS, Deputy provements, m~s'i'~ort~v~~ UI ~,~'U. UUIIU ~:2t,'C &U~A~bAUAI &~ I~UJL IUI%: to t " " ........ as - ~-r-- "! ............ end_, C.W. RAMSEY, Attorney for es- he offmer making the sale the FrIce ~o,uuu. ~ y re ms. rna~ v. n. nugg oz ~om aa*e, +~+o ~r 'l~TIR+d.~ f.ll ~,-,~,,~+ ~ +~ ....~;e..a ...i,,= 160 acre farm about 10 miles[Washington, has filed a petition ....... - ......of the'~im~rove'*m~en~;'~""a'l~o;~ , z- , aS e NW of Goldenaam. ~u acres(for a permit to change the pomz CALL FOR BIDS stated. One-tenth of the purchaSe now in cultivation, and lots of I of diversion of waters of Spring [ Plans and specifications for con- price must be naid annually there other good land when cleared, j Creek in the amount of 1.0 sec- )struction of a public comfort sta- after with lute'rest on all d~eferr~ Year around stream, dwelling, (ond-foot, for irrigation, being the ltion at Brooks Memorial State payments at the rate of six ~er barn, chicken house, lots of (right claimed by use since No- I Park are now available in the ~ centum her annum" Provid~e~ timber, a good alfalfa section. !vember 26, 1904; from a point sit-isuperintendent's residence at the [ That an[. ~,,,-~h~,~" ,~, ,~t--~ Price $6,000. l uated in the NW of the SEV4 of lpark and bids will be ovened on full na~en~of'vrinciual'fin~'~es't : 79 ~ farm 9miles from Gold- I Section 3, Township 4 N., l~.ge l November 13, 1950. T~e archi- I and s"tatu'-'tory fee~ at a~v time and l enoa*e on gooa grave, roaa with 15 E. W. M., to a point situated )tect's estimate on cost is $7,850.00. [ obtain ~a "Ph~ ,~,- ,~, mail route and school bus to, in the NEV4 of the NWV4 of Sec. Construction is to procee4 as soon I land "con-~'-'i ~-""m~e~'or'o'her I Water for irri " . . tam n~ h_b_r __ _th__ Go dendale, gation~10, Township 4 N., Range 15 E. )as low b*d ~s awarded. I valuable materials is rohibited with .no c os.t b~t ..nmintenance IT. M., such point being 157 rodsI JOHN R. VANDERZICHT, Di-Iby law from cutting or~emovin~ oz ukcn. ~ice am an house and south, or below, the present pointI rector State parks and Recrea- any such timber or materia~ other buildings, about 70. acr~ of diversion, all within Klickitat[ tion Commission. without first obtaining consent of clearea up reaay zor eum ana t~ounty, Washington. ! By D. M. SIBOLD. Architect ~h~ C,~mm;~;~,~,=,, ,~' ~,,~u,, T.~,,ao water. I~ase on an o..t:hex trao.t Any objections must be filed~ N9-23t3-- until the full amount of the ,~ur w~m avout au acres ti~ame. All with the State Suvervisor of Hy- ) ~ ---- ~ --- w - equipment, including cattle, draulics, within t~irty (30) days i MMONS BY PUBLICATION tractor, mower and lots of other from November 9, 1950 You Need Not Apologize To the girl you marry When you bring her into a Texaco Oil warmed home, for In addition to getting her man, She gets real home heat. Worth Bellamy Goldendale Ph. 4761 equipment. Price $7,000. Witness my hand and official .... No. P 7070 ..; _.. 275 acr~ on Goldendale - Top- seal this 19th day of October, 1950 in me ~uperior ~our~ of me ~mte penish highway about 3 miles CHAS J BARTHOLET, State of Washington for Klickitat ~rom Goldendale. All fenced, Supervisor of I-I~c~a,ulies. 442--- County. ........... drilled well, 2 room cabin, pump ~ etlvln ~. ~angziela, ~'mlnzuz, house, some tillable land. Price SHERIFF'S SALE , re. $4,000. No. 6989 Zula Mae Langfield, Defendant. 60 acre farm 10 miles NE of THE STATE OF WASHINGTON White Salmon, gravel road, State of Washington, County of to Zula Mae Langfield, Defend- school facilities, 40 acres in ale- Klickitat, us. l ant. , ales, drilled wen with lots of By virtue of a W~t of ~ecu-! You are hereby summoned to water, large house, basement, tion on order of sale issued out tappear within Sixty (60) days aft- bath, some other buildings, elec,]of the Honorable Superior Courtier the date of the first publica- tricity. Price $5000. Some terms, of Klickitat County on the 22hal)t ton of this summons, to-wit: C. F. CROOR'~ I day of August, 1950, by the Clerk)within Sixty (60) days after the Goldendale, Wash.443--|thereof, in the case of Columbia-~12th day of October, 1950, and de- l l The Mid-Columbia Production Credit Association WILL HAVE A REPRESENTATIVE AT C. R_ CROOKS OFFICE THE SECOND AND FOURTH TUESDAY~ OF EACH MONTH TO DISCUSS 5% Crop and Livestock Loans