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Page Eig‘lll Estate Of Mrs. ‘ Reed Valued At $2,688,000 NOW: Seattle, Jan. 22. « Filing: in the county clelk's office today (llSClOS‘Bd the value of three largei estates of prominent women who! died here last year, one of themfl. that of Mrs. Irene S. Reed, wid-i ow of Mark Reed, Shelton 1um-' human, being set at $2,688,307.41. Most of it was willed to two sons, Frank C, and 'Wiiliam G.,f both of Seattle. The estate of her mother, Mrs. Mary Simpson, widow of Saull Simpson, founder of the Simpson} Logging company, was listed at $1238,143.46. She died May 27,? only a few weeks after her daugh- ter’s death May 1. One bequest of $200,000 was to another daugh— ter, Mr:. Caroline S. McLean, Eugene, Ore, but the bulk went to MIT; Reed and Mrs. Reed's es—l tote. plants MERV GETTY HOME Mervin Getty, Cue Cigar store proprietor, was released today from Shelton hospital after being confined for several days under medical treatment. Help Your Local PEOPLE Bring in all your old discarded clothing, shoes or household articles to the TOWNSEND CLUB Situated in The Labor Temple or Phone 344-R \‘v'E THANK ALL THOSE WHO I HAVE GIVEN US THEIR . THINGS IN THE PAST fullest Director, U. of by Dr. John H. Hadley . I SHELTONMASON COUNTY JOURNAIZ THE HOME GARDENER W. Arboretum r7 CARE OF HOUSE PLANTS “Temperatures should be adjusted 1N WINTER l Anyone who grow: house plants inside during the winter months will invariably be faced with a number of difficulties arising from the fact that the environmental conditions in the home are al—‘; ways adjusted to suit the com—i fort of the human body. I The majority of fine house» require conditions t h a t differ somewhat from those that, the human animal considers sat»? isfactory and desirable. As a perature, humidity and light wercl altered so that the plants would have, a better chance to grow and develop, the environment would be better for the human; race ‘ By understanding that thesel factors are most often wrong so far as the planto are concerned. it is possible to appreciate better what should be done to obtain the growth and flowering. Model 231 is I—SET TWIN LAUNDRY TUBS .......................................... .3750 Rust proofed tubs with separate drains. Built on easy rolling casters. White enamel finished. l—IRONING BOARD ...................... ________________________________________ __ 1.50 Collapsible construction, sturdy and strong 1-—-ROLL CLOTHES LINE ..................................................... .. 100 feet of rust-proofed, flexible wire. 1—~—pkg. 3 DOZ. CLOTHES PINS ............................................ .. 48 pkgs. WHITE KING Slurp revelers years supply __________ 5.90 r :22st $6493.. S~P~A-C‘E-D Terms Phone 305 for Free demonstration j/ZQ WW6). i ment of a healthy green color and! 14ml imam Wad/tea Sale A B C WASHER ABC SPECIAL VALUE WASHER. $6495 first. Even the tropical and tub-] tropical Species will grow better; if the night temperatures are‘ allowed to go down to 60-05 de-, grees. In conservatories, the day; temperature during the winterl months goes rather consistentlyl to 70-75 degrees. And this is‘ the range that :shculd be Thain-I, tained in our homes. I But just as ilnporlant as tour? pcratule is the factor of zltlnoo»l pheric humidity. In connection; with air moisture there is adefi~i :matter of fact, if the house term: nite relationship betwuen it and temperature. W i t h a given amount of water in the air the{ lelative humidity will be highel! if temperature. is kept down, The? luse of humidifying devicerl of any; kind will improve conditions for; humans as well as for the plantsl A large collection of potted plants: plunged in gravel, washed cin-i ders or coke in a broad, flat. wa-l ter-tight container pro "ties the; easiest method of raising humid—l ity. Just keep the gravel, Clll-I ders or coke thoroughly moisten-i ed all the time and lots of water will evaporate into the air. The light factor is importantl too and the majority of people,; understand it and try to compen-I sate for any deficiencies by plac—l ing their plants near a i'unllyl window. This is the proper thingl to do with the great majority oi“I house plants since the develop- miximum food formation both re-I quire ample light. , Try a Journal Classified All-— and see the results! __ _.___ __ _ _,._...____._ - .70 .25 $7990 Outstanding Features New, handsome, stur— ' dy, streamlined ABC swining wringer with in- stanteous touch release and automatic roll stop. I Large over—size balloon l rolls. Triple pressure selec- ‘ tor with visible indi— cator. 3 ABC Super Hi-Bake ' enamel finish. An exclusive ABC ~ ' French type agitator with rubbing surface on wings and base. Built to ABC close- . precision m a nufac- I turing standards. Enclosed silent gear ' mechanism. Smooth, non-porous, ‘ ' porcelain tub, is larg- er, finished ‘ in beautiful white. New ABC frame construction . . new one—piece solid steel chas- sis makes this the sturd- iest washer on the market. 9 Full-powered e s t- ' inghouse motor, rub- ber mounted. Chiffon Hosiery Our popular “Sheerline” grade 3 and 4 thread. New 1941 stock of colors. Sizes 81/2 to 105:. Reg. price 69¢ pair. SINGLE BLANKETS Palt wool, sateen borders. 70x80 size. (Limited quantity) rThursday, January Panties — Brief Shorts Excellent quality Crown ray— on. Sizes . . . small, medium, Bath Towels Heavy weight thirsty terry. Solid colors. Peach. Large size 22x45 inches 3 Green, Blue and DRESS SHOES WOInen’s Table of pumps, ties in most shoe ma- terials. Mostly Cuban heels. V $5.50. alues to Men’s DRESS HATS $ All for felts in light and dark colors. Values to $5.00. All sizes. UNION SUITS Men's 107; wool fine. ribbed knit. Qual- ity pearl buttons. Long sleeve and ankle knit. Fine for winter dress wear. Rubber RAIN JACKETS Fresh stock. Brown shade only. Small, 2c sales tax medium and large sizes. included. BIB OVERALLS 8-02. sanforized shrunk quality. All triple stitched seams. Boat sail Bar tacked at all points of strain. Sizes 32 to 46. pockets. COOKIE JARS Bright California Pottery colors. Cover fits tightly. ALARM CLOCKS Dot. Motor Oil Lord Calvert 100% pure paraf- fine base. Wax free. , ‘ gal. can 2 $1 CAKE PLATE With HANDLE and SERVER Beautifully decorated with gold trim. Regular $1.50 value. ‘ I COCOA DOOR MATS Heavy weight quality. Size 16x20. Mercer @ for 9"] IfifiI-‘L‘V’Cffi/‘I ., “560.054 ’y H Fridayl Saturda ,0 l _ Your Dollars will go farther at the Lumber- : fl_ men’s Mercantile . . . penny for penny you: Othic will get more for your money! Buy all your: needs at the L. M. . . we feature values like these every day! il LUNCHEON CLOTHS Rayon and cotton pastel colored prints. 45 inches square. Handkerchiefs PURE LINEN. Hand drawn with hand rolled hems. White only. DSS SHIRTS Broadcloths and printed shirtings. Guaranteed colors and full shrunk. \Vith or without non-wilt collars. Sizes 141.1: to 17. 2;: sales tax included. 5 pair " ' It of Gothi State of VI 8 a comp: 9-H of the: contr nil BOTH: F FOR.INCRE t Distth . 1 “’“FS 0“ $ 24-411. ROUND MIRRORS 0‘ “'“Y Beveled edge. Reinforced back. - IS now l 8 for for Dress Sox Wilson Brés. and Strutwcal'. Rayon fancy socks. Sizes 10 to 12. Reg. 25¢ quality. Coffee Maker DRIP-O~LATOR. 6 cup size. Made. in attractive tea—pot shape of glazed pot- tery. Johnson’s GLOCOAT— WAX Selfpolishing~-qt. can JOHNSON’S BLEM Blemish Remover lton’s 1m flacted 1r V fiffllalicial A .. .r . V . “.8 C1 ‘ . Dior} of 5 Casserole & Servmg Plate Glass Door Knob Set-S WATER GLASS SETS , g b‘; 133,; gtoe‘denngsive” DIOtttery‘ Bath are deco-F Green glass pitcher with 6 glasses to .- and plate; Ing P a ealflayibe used as P18 With lock and key. Complete sets. match. totafigzvlg 3’ . .. .- - Silt-g}: 11;! r ' l e: . ...._ 0’11l).'1ny‘l'l' LAUNDRY TUB 55 PEACHES $ TOMATOES LEE? Galvanaized Libby's Yellow Cling I V V i; iiifiisals t} No. 2 size lznlléhgzyy- syl‘up. No. 6 for Libbys Sllverdale, No. 1 tall. fomphlgzg I ~\. 6*» PRUNE? , Libby's, Pealed Santa Clara in heavy syrup. No. 2 cans. jail I Libby’s . . . no fat or gristle. 12—oz. tins. Tomato Juice Reliance, 46-02.: cans. 1 $ 5 Pineapple Fruitlets . . fine for Fail-mont, long slice . PORK and BEANS Van Camps . . No. 300 cans SUGAR Pure Cane, finely granulated. SB IL... 18 lbs PRESERVES salads. No. 2 cans. , Reliance Vacuum packed 1—lb. cans. Any grind. Sunny Jim, Strawberry, Rasp- berry, Loganberry. 2-lb. jars. Spry Shortening $1 63;. Quick Arrow Soap Chips 35 5 Large family packages 1-lb. Geo. Wash. Tobacco $ I—-—Brier Pipe (50¢ value) BOTH FOR NALLEY’S COMB. DEAL 1——qt. Mayonnaise 1—bottle Catsup 1—bot W'dr Pickles 1—pt S'dw’h Spread I—pkg. Po’to Chips ._/fi=TI3\~\ lNALLEl‘s‘iI .\ \EEQOIOP/p/I ‘ $ $ 54,). PORK ROAST lg“). MUTTON ROAST 1 l $ ,2-lbs. BACON, Qarsten’s 2-lbs. PORK: SAUSAGE “ _, 9.5 4-lbs. BACON SQUARES 1 3-lbs. FORMAY 3-11). tin Spiced Lunch Meat 1‘-lb. Danish Cheese ‘li DOG FOOD Red Heart or Pard Lumbermen’s BrOOm Regular $1.05 and 1 Toy Broom 31 5-Ib. CAN TEA GARDEN SYRUP AND 10-lbs. FISHER’S PANCAKE FLOUR 5 tins Reliance Coffee $1 3 jars Pineapple Tidbits airym Libby’s 9-oz. cans. . .rymen ' Countle RELIANCE DINNER PEAS Cut Stringless BEANS Cream Style CORN ‘55 cans 1| 1|; GRAPE JUICE Jose’s. Made from Island Belle Grapes. Rolls RELIANCE KITCHEN TOWELS ' Rolls RELIANCE DOUBLE- WAXED PAPER Rolls RELIANCE TOILET cans TISSUE MILK Carnation or Federal. Tall cans. pkgs ll sill RANGES medium szze 1 doz. GRAPEFRUIT Large Arizona GRAPEFRUIT Arizona Seedless —— 80 size TOMATO SOUP Campbell‘s MINCE CLAMS Sea Shore I BABY FOOD Heinz Junior