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. . [I I , , Y i «a - , a lo, I v 14111141 3, lb. lSlll. SHELTON-MASON COUNTX VIOURNAL Page Tlnec _. . , . ., . . . . . . , . . m—v . _ ., , . two ton. ~ . . . . . , . . . . . . . ; tne C , 5 13 the p‘d-lllle'h as five tons a-I‘e carrwd byl V 0 , various industrial concerns Oi Ma- Thls is not intcndcd a:- an . a ~ pm. Com Of all trucks legs than one per cent of all Burn TWlne i IGOVB VGS son County. euloev to the good citizen who; .. (.nd , hlcrhw V, . tn V y “1 .pymc' ah‘ Loads as “1101‘s in the Umted States- i I F'r t ,‘ l I V H, T has quietly and almost uiiiit'yticixll (legal K" ‘ "; ' ""‘ ‘ n 1 S 1 Years on ' 0 ‘ Besidésothltn’l—llvoi’cll‘Tiillpo‘t of V inflgill‘); ttfiyncljlhfiiiflutgllldli am When you have been out late at ' g a 0 v ,H . .1’ 3;" ‘ I. . ‘e “5 1 i. ‘.‘.. ‘ was s i r ‘a' — '.]t < 0‘ ,- - on f2 ‘ Ii k mum“ “.3.” I l ‘ om the local hospital and the callliig‘lcrs to make life a bit easier for $333“??? $21525: it an n' ,._ E i refused with the answer that his of high-class doctors and staff, asl those who meet, with accident and 01- water beforg going‘to bed Biq_ ‘ensq A tremendous half lead of 36 to? . mother had sent him to Elma and well as providing for specialists misfortunes; it is» only a com— hm‘RCX acts four Viays to "con’h 8 allowed thC powerful Olympia “7%” there he was going, even if it was on occasion of need, there are nicndation for good Work well done bah aciddnd‘igcsfiom Try it and 53 to 46 vic‘ .frimt Han- Clhsihg Saturday \Vith an eleven-mile walk. Mr. Govcy here available all of the spoolal, Without. ulterior aim, which is , see how wonderful it is. Buy Bis_ Elks to coast to a 1- tory over the Pantorium Clean—i ‘ers of Shelton last night in thc’ \Vashington junior high gym in :Olympia. The Shelton quintet came with a. brilliant scoring surge in. never forgot the incident and of. ten kids “Billy” about ,his re- fusal to sell the eggs for real money, but credits him with faith- ful carrying out of orders through his long service with the Simp- ma-Rex, only 50¢, at the Rexall Drug Store ~» Gordon's Shelton Pharmacy. I‘iimbel Oil, McConkey Tie Strong Possibility ant/est": equipment and aids to caie forl something almost as rare in lith‘ the sick as Well as the perfor.’ man‘ life as the fact of good sorv— mancc of speedy emergency op-' ice for one employer for a long‘ elation; and this has proven its! and active lifetime value to all in Mason County! -'_—"'—“‘ many times and in hundreds of] cases. To no one more than M11, l Its first half schedule withinl back l' tWo nights of completion, the city: lbasketball circuit enters its sec- the second half which outscored, 0nd half play next Monday eve- F000 3101' 25c the Elks, 38 to 20, but that moun— l , tainous first nai: lead was justlmi‘l “19 tWO rounds bemg worked too much. The Elks tanked near-51MO 18 (13105 . . . . bottle 91; ., Levett and Pat Smith got their ning with the 42 gameo‘compris— in six weeks ending 'Tliul‘sdzly nights and a triplchead- son Company. Young Parker worked in the camps at an early age, as greaser and in other camp work, soon ent employment of the Simpson Govey can more credit be given, for this has been his only real "hobby" for many years and of 1y every shot in the first halt";on Mill'Ch 1- Ig‘i'avitated to the railroad as fire- latteuin hi9 GETPEFCMY 3‘5 Pf'csmem ,while the Pirates couldn’t get liri~. Tr'i'v‘ SCth-Ule 03119 ft)" two ‘ marl and engineer and in machin- ’ “‘ fwt’fi‘mt’m‘ and hf“ Clo-“9 (19¢ way, but Bill Tgv]0y, Bil11(llllliilel‘lt‘IIClClS on Monday and * ist work, and entered the pcmmm touch With its every action and need he has left nothing undone 1 Grand Opening 'l‘n‘Catsup ’slcoring sights trimmed to a fine Cl" 0“ Saturday night-S CUCh,Week- ' Logging Company when the t0 eStabliSh and mamtair} the high ’ point m the second heat Hm; made! The first half now drawing to “Headquarters” reached Mannck standard of the institution which, a different game of it. 'a clone. With games tonight and-m 1900. Except for a hwah of means so much to every home within Mason County, but of which few may realize until they‘: larc brought into close contactf l with its work. Hardlv a (low 1.)“ les without a visit from Mr. GO-‘ lvey and a cheerful word to the, Jack Kelly and Duke Huydjfgtyi Saturday completing play, finds| were the trouble makers in th‘eiii tie between Kimbcl Oil an d; ‘Elks lineup, the form“- g‘etting McConkey Pharmacy looming as» a strong possibility. several years in the shops of the Schafei' Brothers- on the Satsop, he has spent his active life with 20 markers and the latter just two. The. phfu“ [ the Simpson Company and is still less. The lineups: ,macissts havo alreath flnlSl‘lCdlon the job he”. as assistant mih Elks (56) their schedule while Kimbel haslmad superintendent at preshnh 3 Miles From Junction On'Navy Yard Hey. 0E 45-02. tic me Salad Dressing .. . . qt. 23¢ I. Pirates (46) . I Anderson 12 M. Taylor 4 { tWO SEmPS“ to 80 :Tlie Qilel‘fi‘l oldest Employees iboys in the ward‘ l Kelly 20 ........ “I. VVVVVVVVV Levon loicllllnot altOAl to let COW“ 1“ 61': A. .d- t th .d- f th ""‘“"' '" ‘ st 3 ..., ,,. . l , ‘, h._,. d fmtwouldl ccoi mg 0' e wow 5 o , eI roken ghee l! v.21h 4 ........ ..C. ....... .. Smith 1011hm Mm 1" “’9‘” '3 ~‘~ . lSlmpSOn Logging Company the * “WWW 18 B‘ Taylor 14 \givo thf- Plum-IT‘SCKSIS a-Chzar- tltlm next .oldest employee in pOiilt ofi ' QUISt -»-;;-_----G lMCCMHD .6 {toqt1?e.f:}l't 29.11);,iiffmpgigginpwi1, years to A. B. Covey, is J. w.l I ’1 .v Subs. 121:1 Sitiioerson. Pl-E “ma1 ‘ '° Grisdale who came from Canadal son's Cafe and Saturday take on! the ever dangerous 4-13 club, which has one of the best offenses in the circuit but one of the poorest defenses. , g 11' the first half does wind up lill :1 tie a playoff will be arranged i l rates Steele 2. Dairy 1 in 1898, and has served ever since! They Bring Comfort l'rl'J camp foreman, and now has: 30d Happiness general supervision of Camp 3. l FUNERAL DESlGNS AND' i HOSPITAL BOUQUETS Wm. Kronquna't, power plant en- . . gineer at Camp 5, is next in line, Denver“ anywmre’ anyt'me dating from 1899, and Robert Al- ion and Joe Anderson in the rail- road shops come next from 1903. Shanon Hardware Bldg, t Phone 232 270-W Dine and Dance « sometime next week, possibly af—l THEATRE lter the high school game Friday BHELTON. WASHINGTON night. The second IHVJSZ Jan. 20 ~l§imbcl vs. McConkcyl 1l-lfl Dairy vs. L. M. Jan. 237 Itayohier vs. 4—E Wilson’s vs_ McCleal-y 1111.25 thyoiiicr v2. Wilson’s McConkey vs. L. M. Kimbel Oil vs. 4-E Jan. 27ssL. M. vs, Wilson’s McConkey vs. MeCleai-y The Newest Dance Spot in Mason County Dating from 1905 is Andrew Nord- gchedule [0]-; ling, filer, and Ned Stewart, un- ‘loader; while Ed Elliott, railroad superintendent, Joe Gill, watch— man, and Horaco Skeleey, shop- :man, are next in order from 1907. Ill 1908 Frank Wandell, engi» neer, John Box-st, dispatcher, and Wm_ Starr, section, began on the company payroll, and the next year saw the start of Robert Ca1— low, fireman, and Alex Miller, en- half BARS Z-lbs. 170 i» Jim Peanut Butter . . . . tin 25¢ .5" "' 3-Ibs. 496 l 1 Two shows every niqht : Starting at 7:00 P.M. l) Matinee 2:15 p.m. Saturday and Sunday Adm.. 10¢ and 25¢. plus tax (State 259; Federal 3c) b = o 2 P i F F -< D I'FI a :l (I: H"! a list down to 1910, and have com- , I 19¢ TOHIte, only Jan. 30 “L. M. vs. McCleary gineer, while Guy Hutchinson, en- . . Rayoniei- vs. Kimbel gineer, and Tom Kelly, now fire ... es ' - i - - . . 6-bOX carton JEAN HERSHOLT as DR. MCClW'Y Wide“- bl‘ing the 01d employee - Rayonier vsl. McConkey l l l l l l l l I l l I l 1 Feb, 1-7-4.13 vs. I Id CHRISTIAN Kimbcl vs. Wilson’s pleted thirty 31’1ea1's of steady ser-I mo . Feb. ‘7 KWilson’s vs. McConkey Vice. While t ere are many who1 - “Remedy for Riches” L. in. vs. Kimbel on have less years of steady employ-i- 3 1 Feb. BrnMcCleai‘y vs. Rayoniel' Silent, probably few concerns inl ‘ C 0 . a . — I ' McConka vs, 4—E Dairy 8 Northwest have as many . ‘ " . s I - 1! Feb. SiriMcCIeary vs. Kimbel longglimesand faithful employeesi , f , (LE Dairy vs. Wilson's as e impson ogging Com-l ' __ ,- . ,, , _ . )R E P' 1 Friday Saturday t L. M. vs; Rayonier pany, appreciative of the fact that: , T 6 Day Sale F1 lday thlu Th‘n S" Jan- 17 23 * a _, ggs . . . . . . . . . . . 2-dOZ. 05¢ E Feb. 10-»—MCCOnkey vs. L. M. they havef lost noh time in the: ’ «I . v Rayonier vs. Wilson’s Iyears an ar as t 8 company is . . ¢ N A “ONE ; Feb. 13_7{Kimbel VS. 4_E concerned, n01. missed a pashcheck! g'll‘ieiesglmtgl115331.z agileap- S . . . . . . 9 : -FRESH l I ” i Rayomm. Vs. McConkey I On January 1, 1891, young Go-j Fancy chunks of Hawaiian pineapple. 14 ounce tin .. I, .‘ Feb. 15'Kimbel vs. McConkey l vey landed a job with Sol. Simp-} 9 ' ' . ' l Wilson's vs, McCleary lSOn and started in his clei‘king, S lant .v ' ' l, c ____ . u u n . , L d 1 A1413 Jone»: Nancy 4-E Dairy vs. L. M. and time-keeping work in camp: ) , , , _ 1 . . . . OZ. ‘ Kelly Feb. 17gMcCleary vs. Rayonier Which was to be his life—time job, lure Ju‘ce from fancy pmeapple' Giant 46 ounce tm t . I 4—H: Dairy v5. Wilson's He has a wealth of memory of‘ v " Libby’s fancy whole seg- ments. 20-02. tin. 20-02. TIN DEL MONTE PEAS. . tin 12¢ Early Garden variety sweet peas. 1—lb. tall tin SNOWDRIFT .... 3.15. tin 47¢ . Pure vegetable shortening. (6—lbs. 93¢) SCOTT TISSUE large 7;: Famous Thirsty Fibre, 1,000 sht. rolls. New low price '1 Feb. 20g4-E Dairy vs. McCon-lthose old days and of the inci-; 1 key ldents but one will suffice now,! 1 L. M. vs. Kimbel Ehis first meeting with the Sher: 3 Feb, 22EL_ m, vs, Wilson's liff, D. M. Dickworth, who wasj Rayomer vs, 4-}; Dairy around collecting four dollars poll: 1 McConkey vs. McCleary tax or warning the loggers out, Feb, 24.7Kimbel vs, Wilson’s for two days work on the roads.‘ McCleary vs. 4—E Dairy l ‘ The sheriff looked at young Go-g Feb, 27Ar-L. M. vs. Rayonier ] . a . ii 2-doz. . ........6for tS’ Turnips, Bagas . . . . lb. 35¢ 25¢ SQ, 33¢- ' 96? TOWN HOUSE Grapefruit Juice sweet. cued or unsweetened. 18-02. tin 2 FOR15¢ IQ Sun, Mon., Tues. CAROLE LOMBARD—CHAR- LES LAUGHTON ‘55 I. .‘,‘.The¥ Kile-W:- Whai- [vey under 1113 glasses with quizzi—‘, McCleary vs. Kimbel teal. appraisal and remarked“ Mar. lfiRayonier vs. Kimbel '1“Y0ung-‘ fellIOW, you are too young; .'Dtoovluot " “They Wanted” . . , " . . __._ first real hardship, m camp at ' COUNTRY HOME BANTAM CORN 20-oz. 10¢ . "' ' , Buck Prairie around 1892_ when COUNTRY HOME WH. K. CORN 20-01. tin 11¢ \mw V ‘ ‘ goigprelztn 05 €110?! fellb attldb the co,§_‘12_oz‘f‘;‘,§}_ m” “5 10¢ SUNNY DAWN TOMATO JUICE 26-02. tin 11¢ i. V I 11 ' u 0 gl‘u, o acco,‘ V S ,and what was worse luck, some 12'0Z- GARDEN smE TOMATOES 28 01' t!" 9': 20th t of the men cravedia drink. Forl I BRIAR GATE ch. CUT BEANS 19-oz. tin 11¢ .V AND x 19H 1113’ 4:116: necessaries a couple bravedi , MIRACLE WHIP DRESSING ................ .. qt. 27¢ I l he trip over the trail to Shelton‘ ' I ' . Meats are Guaranteed to ion Show shoes, but the camp was‘ S LUNCH BOXASAzz' SPREAD pt' 21¢: qt‘ 35¢ G‘VO Snusfacuon 01" 370‘” lsnow-bound for three weeks untili Cream Style golden ban- ¢ NUMADE M Y0 A'SE -------- Pt- 21¢. qt 59‘ Money Ret’unded. lthe train could get through over; mm 001“ 2°‘°““°°s~ i DUTCHESS SALAD DRESSlNG pt. 15¢; qt. 23¢ Ethe1 railroad, with food for men 20-0z. TIN ROYAL SATIN SHORTENING .......... .. 3-155. 39¢ 111K OX9“. l . lCQd B‘dCOH N0 mud ________________________ 7, l mstoriwi Facts ;, CHERUB or FEDERAL MILK .......... 5 tins 34¢ 01! '1 ' I; AS the timber was cut out anal CANE SUGAR .......... .. 10-le. 55¢; 25"le. 1.36 ‘ chk Meal Neck Bones ' 3-1138 2;: lthe camps and railroads pushed? B & M K‘TCHEN CRAFT FLOUR~~=~ --------- I- 49"b5- 1-39 Sui-Vie With Kraut... a lforward the permanent “Heath, Maven,“ Eastern nak. EDW‘ARD’S COFFEE ...... .. 2-lbs. 39¢; 4-lbs. 75¢ ed Beans. Ill/{1-02. tin. 2 TINS iquarters” was set up above 'Mat—i glock while the Camp 5 and Bee- ville districts were cleaned up,‘ Ithe Simpson and Anderson inter- ‘NS‘ lb. 18¢ 25¢ . Little Pig Sausages . . . lb. 23¢ DARIGOLD ........ lb. DAIRYLAND ________ .. lb. 40¢ Savings for Jan. 1748-20 .3 h 'REDEEM —~ PORK , 4 FRI iests were joined in the Simpson; , . . . V "out r .............. .. C " ’ l 0 m m . . A LIVER 1 “3 ¢ 13,55 S-a‘iifetfié‘l'f‘odti‘ée faith? SCOF F ALLEN LARGE EGGS ____ .. doz. 29¢ Fresh Ranch K EGGS Medium Grade “A” -.-.D.9_z- ---------- .. 1.1711011 MEAT l sular Railroad, later the old Blake-I lly rails were taken up, at least‘ 1213- far as Summit, the lower end to be absorbed in the Northern Pacific Harbor branch, which is' lnow an important branch oper- lation. ' Then the Simpson offices werel «movedto Shelton which became| '. Sugplqfi‘finnd Stains Tenderized~11alf or ‘Whole .......... .. 1b- Steer Beef __________________________ ,, lb. MED. EGGS ........ .. doz. finest nationally known dog food. 1-11). tin. 6 TINS BEAN SALE i. 12¢ 27¢ 73¢ PPLE BUTTER .. a Itltl9fit!iVHIUyIrlierlitfittustclltkuiunwisei Surplus Apple Sale . {Tom-lbs. 39¢ 38-02. Jar ................................ LIMAS and his desk were established here -HI-POWER- “Cy qualitv « ., - ~ Loyal lheadquarters for increasing in- I Spiced Just right. lZ-OZ. ldustry as well as various other Extra Fey box —" , :interes-ttI which were allied with --4-- cans ~~~~~~ 0 ~— the parent company. Mr. GoveyI l / ’s ........................... “ Oyill Chef ..for chowders. and since the completion of thef a I Extra Fc box Delicimyls 1.7910-1bS. 49¢ able, while the Methodist servicesl are the Sunday duty of Mr, and ‘Mrs, GOVey. Last and more important to the comnlumty is the interest Arthur. ‘Govey has always taken in the! building and improvement of the Shelton General Hospital, and his‘ r’pride in the part of making it‘ 'one of the finest such institutions: in the State; growing out of the learly day experiences with log~i l gets in the camps far from hos—I, pital service or medical aid, thel hardships of trips to Olympia by wagony train and steamer which-i l , Gold Medal 49 lbs. 1.81 [lights-lbs. 97¢ 3-le- 49¢ seRoUTS .... .. box 10¢ ORANGES doz. 23¢ 1}; crate $1.29 GRAPEFRUIT.... 6/19¢ Large BAGAS ...... .. 4-lbs. 15¢ CABBAGE lb. 21/,¢ CARROTS .... .. bu. 5¢ CELERY 12¢ to 15¢ 13¢ 22¢ 45¢ Boraxo .......... .. 10-oz. can ’1‘. Tissue, Palmtex 4 rolls Kenwo’d, Dog Foo-:1 12 for MUTTON ROAST Young Tender Mutton MUTTON CHOPS Loin and Rolled Ribs BEEF STEAK lb. Safeway Selected Quality Blesch and Disinfectant. Full . . . , l.” A, ~ , Lumbelmens BUIIGIH" in 1912 ., Oval 1/ G lstrength ihave bis/fin found in tahe familiar 2 "" " place packed . . A5- a , spot. r. Govey was married in d . 1 00mg , Your choice of flavors. (,an's , ________________________ _, Jug _______ fl 11900 to Mia: Grace Strange. who SMALL ORANGES ---- Iaorzge s'nowflage Cane___ I53311882?Slinzgzrirngggrenfihsfig:I WHITE Place Pa°ked d°z . NO- 2 2 "gfjfiAR 'son. a Prominent attorney of that 2 lb 15 ORANGES .... .. meé. 49¢ Onnie Best Can. day. They soon built the com- - S' "" " I P ' ' ‘ mamth ShCCS' big V‘dlue. """"""""""""""""""" IO-Lb. Ifortable home which they still oc-l 3-]bs_ ____ __ 22¢ NEW CABBAGE ‘b 3¢ "-—“‘"—“-————"— (‘1 :61 Ba lcupy at Second and Pine Streets. 5 1b 32 , ------------------------ -- BANANAS 2 No. 21/2 “a Q 1 g , Daily Work His Creed ' S- ¢ UTAH CELERY -------------------- 5”” 10¢ Fe Gr en Ti ed :kota C. / Rock Dell ~I Mr._ Goveyiias devoted his life *—‘—‘—- BUNCH CARROTS ............ .. bunch 5¢ 3" e W \ . . . large cans, wood fruit. mmS .............................. .. MILK lto qinet sey‘VIce althoughlfis only SMALL BULK CARROTS 4-lbs. 10¢ 5 l I a] b I . IpubllC serV'ice was as chairman of1 CAULIFLOWER I 15 . . . . ¢ . ad Dl‘essintr B Best t 21 . 3 ¢ lthe Liberty Loan Committee dur- """""""" " arge 1‘13!le B I? - q - 0 Glnger Snaps; 1‘11). pkg, 19¢ Trill“ ing‘ the World War, but his voice It MEXICAN BOIL'NG ON'ONS ------------ -‘ 10"b5' 22¢ . . i . _ I - , ‘ Y A, ' ' p o ~— and support have always been im- No. 1 MED. ONIONS ........ .. 10-Ibs. 35¢ , wl‘apenut’Fiqk:St Zzlfélal 9 Ovaltine, legulai 6-0Z. pox-tan: (in the upbulldipg of Shel-I 2,le 13¢ , :I. S ._ Oz, . o ' n 1/ ! ton, an to many 0 the old ' "" " "‘ ,a .i ‘ arm-a, Cont 4 bag % Ishnec‘pige’ 2 ' 2 /f2 S FreSh PTOduCe ltimerf1 tin hthe wood:l Who have 3'le. .... .. 3333 “)1 Ydflma No" 1| . . p a an“) e is 3 or . turne 0 im with t eir troubles ‘ 5- ' 5- ' 5- evxle'l I; Gui”, . i I w r I S- ---- -— k , I], , ‘ IO-Ibs. 3:31 and found him sympathetic. His 19 , Sn 1 5m Chic?" @3- 1‘; S if? 19¢ 0 sail-pg, Phlllip’s .. 3-22 oz. 25¢ W,,,,;,,,_,.,.,.,,, box $1.19 I l d ¢ 69¢ $1 29 hm___¢_ . m _. I . s ‘ on y l 'Sion an occasxona roun , ‘loul. “‘5 0 /2 3 26¢ 0 01d DUtCh Cleanse}? can 7¢ BRUSSEL of golf When cronies were avau‘l __—————- . 9 9 9 imeed is the daily work and his “1. Hormel’s __ 2-12 oz. 51¢ PECI I I. AL CREAMETTES FIISHER’S BLEND FLOUR 1 49-Ib. sack 1.59 1 0 1 Waffle & 4-Ib. Pan. cake .... ..Both f0r __ HENS .............................................. .. lb. GROUND BEEF ........................ .. lb. HORMEI. HAMS meant hours of torture for injured Utah [men unél Often the delaysvwhich PXIC‘COOde " Skinned ______________________ __ lb. SPUDS ...... .. 50-lbs. 37¢ i’afggtnialh.. filxzyil‘etablg’lpsel v 8 SALT PORK .............. .................. .- lb. 14¢ NO- 2 large intErest in the Shelton 1103- lb 2 \ POLISH ____________________ __ lb, 17¢ lpital, contributed largely for its- Ibuilding and support, and plan- , fined for its operation as a coop- lerative or joint enterprise of titer Prices subject to Market Change SWT. SPUDS 5le 25¢ i ..,,