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laiy .— if”. 1110 13AM 3t what 17¢ icr-than-u Cites (13.2719 green. dis 1 cm tic re lar year _. to 80,700.”- izlcrees t11 11/1 1‘. '1 the 110, Pigm. States {110 rdel C11 duction. is found ;' cvidcn, . wil'iniitg "‘ o:1fc.y all. e L} MAN I.VlS, Campv Shelton 110' Ibo int. Say It! Whey don't lose their 1, Wes altogether. Bring CO I {margin ‘ I 1d Happine AL DESI TAL sou l anywhem “Ore into the 200 Point 1 Floral; 1 Hardware; .. oil ' ~ 91‘, Bill Ta 101', holds 1M y ‘_. __. missed the last minded pioneer— bowlers. , Hermes because of a foot BOWLING BANTER- ', ficmglade histotal-ln 14 A Bergen, N. J. feminine bowl- . ed “‘8' 9110 m Wthh he ier, was halted by an irate traffic rter retlre early 1“ the gcop. Before the latter could “ ot lstart anything she cooled him off] . o o i l n l ~ld911fl3§ BIB; 1‘3 I S Rants 1 I already. a OFTHEC 0 (t 194 s R P 91‘s T my the circuit’s aco 1 t. !. dpak, February 6, 1941- SHELTON-_1_\4_._A FIND A :EOU CAN’T SELL UNTiL You '__;BU_YER! USEWAN George Smith, 72; and Iiill Mc- Comb, 82. Before the season closes some .1 dozen more may be added to the .Who have scored over select circle but that's because land by Saturday night the league playing a ill-game °ne Who’ll top the 200 schedule against the ZO—game sea— sons of the past several years. now by a com-i “'HY A “TURK‘I ‘.”’ is Danny Cor- * l eason approximately fine-quarter post, the ball league now boasts .91'5 are showing their -}'e the rest of the .ldes the ten now over '.-- another half dogen to hit it in the next if. planution for this follows: “As far back as 18320 bowl- ers competed in sweepstakes. The prizes were turkeys and other l'owol, with the former going as first prize. These af— fairs were ,called “Turkey Shoots." As scoring conditions Were stiff (tough) in those days a man us— ually won first prize when he. did string up three strikes in a row. Hence such a performance soon became a “Turkey” to our slang- Bowicm have, 02111111 three ...front .is cashing in on his strikes in 2: row “turkey” for many years; and 1326* Ill-s1 ex- ‘mlflel‘ the basket, with games. He‘ll Wm 14 ,an night when his team tangles with Me- her at 168 points de- tun-.3131” 100'130inter5 Ewith this remark: as Eli? Pat Smith. 133; Art you. Aren’t you the fellow who I , 8’ Murray Taylor. 122; bowled 98 last night in the Ameriv l . a N L ‘ l a: "‘ . i. 0f the Week '1 “W for Oakland Bay . 3911111 tides are one hour :xible std. lak. Fin); .d is will mechanis'fl‘ ations. ._______, l . ,. “- 120: Lobe Bell, 111; Egan Legion?” l; M -‘ fiasonable striking dis-, NBA”. YISH‘ g. - features; V 43;? ', 1%. 107; 15111 Somers, A bowler from uevmanu ou'ns ' Morgan, 105. a scotch bowling ball. It has one thumb hole but has two sets of finger holes so arranged that. he can use the ones farth~ est from the thumb while his wife uses the one closest to the thumb hole. The ball thus has five holes and naturally is out of balance. Upon learning this he purchased a new ball for himself and deeded the old one, ? next week are Floyd A-ercy Clouticr, 82; Mel Dan WilSon, 79; I mlnutes earlier) -. , l to his wife. “ . Bowlini3r *is one of the most 23' healthqu recreations it exer- High 2215 'm' 12'9 ft:cises every muscle in the body ..Low 9243 p'm' 0'6 ftiand every cuss word in the vocab-- H: 'p' ' ulary. 111:? 5:21 a.m. 13.4 ft ' .W 10:25 a.m. 7.2 ft ‘0 High 3:07 pm. 13.0 ft Purdy (431137011 Low 10:27 p.m. -0.1 ft N P h Etch 5:57 a.m. 14.0 ft ews aragrap S ’0 .' 1:233: a'fi' lg; By Mrs. M. C. Hogan 'L’DW 11207 p' ' 0'6 ft Purdy CanyOn, Feb. 5. ——— Mrs. I ‘ p‘m‘ " Edgar Kuntzen and son Gerald, ' 5‘ and Mr. and Mrs. ‘Narrcn Knut- Figvg Z'g‘ Zen of Shelton, Metered io Bell- .' ingham for three days recently. migh 4'48 p'm' f“ Smith, who has . 13-5 Miss Aileen 111439131‘, .ft been .visiting her. grandparents, ‘ Mr.. and ,Mrs. John Case ofTenl'c H1551}; 1‘25ng no, returned home January 26, “High 5:37 p'm‘ 13'8 ft when they visited Mr. and Mrs. ,_ ' ' ' ' {Frank 83111131. V ‘ i r. anr . Valter Lunde 'vis- ig‘g ited his sister, Mrs. Jack Nash, LOW .ljlltp'm' 4:7 ft in Seattle, recently. High 6:27 p'm' 139 ft Mr. Stanley Smith of Concord : ' ' ‘ ' Beach and Miss Lorice Jones of .LOW 1:07 a.m_ _0.7 ft guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lami- ‘High 7:51 a.m. 15.4 ft be” and family > Law 1:52 m. 3.8 ft Mr. and Mrs. Donald Doak spent High 7119 pm. 139 ft Saturday evening with Mr. and. ,Mrs. Louis Hutton. ft'was spent playing cards. High ~8:23 a.m. 15.6 ft Mr. and‘Mrs. Warren Knutzen “149w 2:36 p.m. 2.9 ftwere dinner guests at the Edgar 11 8:13 p.m. 13.7 ftKnuthn home Thursday last. Low 1:43 a.m. -0.1 I .igfople WhoWant to Buy the Thing You Wish to ll, Meet YOuFace to FaKCe in the r tunity lives there day in upon by the very people who look In no other way could these pics found. .. _. w. Ryn‘g.,:£dwfy&1quw ._. “Oh, I know) The evening [ ‘If‘you’ve been waiting, for. opportunity, g maybe opportunity has been: waiting for 1, YOU to knock—on the Want Ad door. The: .Want Ad section of The Journal is the V, common meeting ground for the “want—to- Z l buys” and the “want~to-sell$’;’ and oppor “ and‘day out. Me..- sages by the hundreds are read and acted the Want Ad section in order to find them. FORGE AHEAD wnil WANT ADS - 'Belfair Events Reported Thru News Brevities, ____ I By Mrs. Gladys-e Irving I Belfair, Feb. 5. Earl John- 'son celebrated his 55th birthday! illifonday, February 3rd. Those who 2 ,came to visit a while and help leelc‘crate were Mrs. Betty Curl“ =Mg. :1.an Mrs. Charles Irving and; son, and Johnny h’lanfreidi. Many .more Happy Returns, “Ole.” ! Mrs. Edwin Mickleson entertain- ;ed the measles last week. After. ’bcing quite sick, Mrs. Mickleson fis all right again. i Mr. and Mrs. llcn Harris went 1to Olympia Sunday to visit their 'deughtcr Mrs. Kenneth Allen and family. Allis Harris who is work— ,I ging for the Clevelands in Allyn,1 {went along. They returned home! lSunday evening bringing Mrs. Al— len and Dean home with them for a week’s visit.‘ 1 Spring must be coming. Wild :currant bushes are budding, daffo- L .dils are coming up, meadow larks looming back to sing us songs. : 3 Mrs. Betty Curl visited her bro- ither and family in Seattle ovcr ithe weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Vemning and grandson Eddie Sather, visit- zed the Lucy Foster home on Sun- . day. 1 Swan Truedson is building a lnew house on his property here,| next door to the Irving home. Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Cady re-i l turned last week from a six- weeks’ visit to relatives and friends in Long Beach, Califor- nia and vicinity. 1 The McKnights have their new {home completed, on their place incar Belfair. We hear of‘more wedding bells Ithat are ringing near here. Re- lport not confirmed as yet, so more . next week. lneth Allen and son Dean, visited [ Melvin Galavin was a visitor at (the Crosswhite home Monday, {while his parents, Mr. and Mrs. gGalavin, were in Bremerton. I Mrs. Baker from Sumner, is lvisiting her (laughter Mrs. Joe 1 Bulduc and son Roland Baker, this |weck. Mrs. Baker has been sick for a few days. . Louie Nagel has been very sick :with the measles. | Mrs. Glen Harris and daughter ers. Kenneth Allen and son Dean, lvisited at the Irving home Tues- ‘day. ' Mr. and Mrs. Wagerman from South Dakota, visited the Cross-1 ~white home several days last week. lThey visited at Renton over the weekend. 1 . Mr. Dallisr Smith of Snoqual-l .mie Falls, were guests at the home of his sister, Mr. and Mrs. lFred. Lambert. Mr. Bill Bourgault and sons Joseph and Paul, motored to Taho— 11a Sunday. I Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Grippe, Mrs. M. C. Hogan, Rose and Bill,l ‘motorcd to Tacoma last week. i Miss Kay Hogan of Bremerton, spent Wednesday with, her par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Hogan. \, __.________.___ ,, IVJHY TAKE A CHANCE ——— when i. $.25 per day will protect you I while you are traveling? ‘See Herb Angle, Agent. _—_———— l PORTNIY ls # . .- WAIT 110 a \ \ through pects be T--A [two o‘clock p. ’m. Mrs. Glen Harris and Mrs. Ken-I mgflf thl‘ following described road I cqmpment: the Crosswhite home Monday. 1 DS____ Pulp Mills Busy On Paelflc Coast! _ ! FOR SALE: 6 room modern house, ’ YOU ARE 1 at 1705 Olympic highway, full: Portland, Jan. 29. Pacific coast pulp and paper mills are operating at capacity seven days a week, delegates reported at the Paper Makers’ Council of the Pacific Coast which ended last 3 night. The near-boom is attributed to lowered production in Swedish, Norwegian and Finnish mills. “This newspaper favors ade- quate preparedness for National Defense and recommends that eligible young men enlist in the United States Army." LEGAL PUBLICATIONS l AUTOMOBILE MASON COUNTY ROAD DIST. N0. 2 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that sealed bids will be 1‘“C(‘l\'t‘ti by lhl' Board 01‘ (‘ouniy Connnis- sioners at their office in the court house at Shelton, \Vashinglon, on Monday, the 17111 day 01' li‘cbruary, 1941 at eleven o‘clock a. m. furnishing 01' the following equip- ment: 0111' 1941 Ford, Chevrolet or I’ly- moth Deluxe Sedan with heat.- er, defrostcrs and sent covors. on which will be traded in one 1035 Ford Sedan. The Board 01' county Commission- rlglit to reject any ers reserve the or all bids. JOURNAL 'vvvvvvvmvmv'mv". .—l——_—-__.— location Wash. “A‘AAAAMAAMAMM FOR SALEi .3—1‘oom house withl Washington SALE: acre's: two miles} SON COUNTY JOURNAL .-. Real Estate .0 size basement with furnace.E Write A. L. Larson, Box 44, Mc—i Cleary, Vila-3h. 2-6-llvl3r—3tf bath and full basement, 9%; acre ground. Ten minutes walk from! mills. Reasonable. G. Hokanson, R.F.D. No. 1, Box 88, Mariette, 1-2]—2—20~—1M eastnof Union, partly cleared; good stream; modern cottage and two car garage; two poul— try houses; bearing orchard;‘ gravity water system to all; buildings; electricity and phone; good garden soil and splendid, for produce marketl Terms. M. L. Anderson, Union, 2-6-11-15-l—-'%‘;. A l v I l 1 l for the 4-1‘oom modern home in excellenti 5—room modern home with hard- I)1\TED TIIIS 28111 day 01' January, 1011.. HARRY Clerk of the Commissioners, Mason County \Vash. 1-30. DEYE’I‘TI‘}, CALL FOR BIDS I'OR. DIESEL TRACTOR MASON COUNTY ROAD DIST. N0. 3 NOTICE I. S HEREBY Board of County 2—0—211 1V1le that sealed bids will be- received by1 the Board of County Commissioners at their the Court office in the l71h day of February, the. 1941 :11 for One-Full Diesel Tractor' of not less than 35 Drawbar H. I’., equipped as follows: Non oscillating type tracks. Not less than 60" gauge. Not less than 13" heat treatn-(I tracks equipped with flat shot-s and detachable grousers. Auxiliary starting system con— SISting of either electric or gas- oline motor. Blower type fan, hour counter. Not less than five speeds ahead. Front cud mounted high lift. -l".xc-avator equipped with 1%, yard detachable bucket with not less than six bucket teeth. Dumping clearance of bucket not less than 7’6". Detachable bulldozer blade of reinforced structural steel not less than 78” wide and 34" high, '(‘quipped with reversible cutting edge. \Veight 01' complete unit to. be not less than 11,000 lbs. house lat Sim-lion. Washington, on Monday, furnish- l The Board reserves the right to reject .any or all bids. DATED THIS 251,11 day of Jan- uary, 1941. HARP. Y DEYETTE, Clerk 01' the Wash. I Z-S—Zt. 1-30. NOTICE 01‘ SALE 01‘ COUNTY REAL PBOI-‘ERTY NOTICE IS HEREBY that pursuant Board of County Commissioners, Mason County, I GIVEN to an orccr of their“) .7 n llloard of County Commissioners of “no” H Mason County, made and entered on‘ ~:; .11, .1 :FOR SALE: two Lots, five roomy 10 acres of land with 300 feet of; maps Olympic Peninsula, Puget Sound Country and State 50c to $1.00. 5-room modern home The price of property will increase. )1 Vacant mse Won't Pay Taxes . . ‘State of Washington Office of Su- house, finished attic, automatic' oil furnace. Corner Second and L’irch. Phone 258. D~-2-6—11-13—18——4t. l FOP.” SALE 1. Terms $1700.: condition. Close i1 :1: 2 1.. >1 wood floors and furnace. Nico large yard, large rooms. In ex- cellent condition. $3650.00 with $650 down, $35 per month, in- terest 6%. This will make an excellent home. i. 4. waterfront located on Pickering Pass. This is a good buy, $875. 2: =1: close in. large yard with fruit trees. Will} also sell the furniture with it. Home is $2,000 with $500 cash, balance at $20.00 and 6% inter- est. Furniture $600.00. 1 2;: a: Why not buy your permanent home today and STOP paying rent. SEE I HERBERT G. ANGLE l W BUY Nursery; . stock direct from grower. Largest nursery in' southwest Washington. Cammel—I has, Daphnes, Rhododendrons and all the best' varieties of, shrubs and trees. I ALBERT NURSERY 5 Miles from Olympia, j ‘I at South Bay ‘ 1—28-~2—25—~9L I III—— l . Advertise It! I __ . NOTICE 01‘ WATER. RIG-HT APPLICATION NO. 5235 pervisor of Hydraulic; Olympia. MAY CONCERN: Notice is hereby given that Edith you “mm‘ >0- , Classified Service , o” .- yo- INVITED to hear Bovee at Baptist church Sunday 1‘» rent night, 7:30, ' Christ, Armageddon and All Out borough Apts, Second and knee- sank on “An‘-:.i~ ‘ 2—6 A It. Floor Sanding Machine For Rent! l-Iandscraping to remove old varnish is relic of the post. Rent our Hilco “Handy San- dy"»-~~it’s dustless, quiet, inex- pensive, and easy to operate. Hardware Dept. Lumbermen’s Mercantile Company MILL WOOD One Cord $4.50 Double Ldad (2 cords) $8.50 PHONE ll8-J SAVE NOW Special Prices on SEWING MACHINES 1 SINGER SHOP 125 So. 4th, Shelton Mason County Maps LARGE Mason County Township $1.00. Also maps of The Journal TYPEWRITERS I months re FOR RENT $3 per month Standard models—Underwood and, lRemingtou typewriters. (First 2 ntal applies on purchase of machine). JOURNAL OFFICE LARGE SIZE Duplicating SALES BOOKS 515 Each or 55¢ per dozen 2We also take orders for all kinds! ; of special—— PRINTED SAI ES BOOKS Our prices are :10 than outside salesmen can quote ' THE JOURNAL low or lower CARD OF THANKS I wish to express my heartfelt appreciation for the many tokenSi lof kindness and helpfulness ands floral offerings given by friends in the bereavement over! _1YA,_ dear; ._..._ 1 "v‘vvvv" v "m For Rent 2 l AAA‘AAAAAAA AAMAAMQAA lFURNiSHED APARTMENTS for (2 andBrooms). Good lo- ‘ cation. Very reasonable. Golds- I 5-7-tf. i l , land Streets, Shelton. l I _ _ . Journal VVant—Ads are showing, their value in every issue of the) paper! I , __ (FOR RENT: furnished three room, ‘ apartments. Mill Street Apart-l ments. Phone 259-M. , FOR RENT: 4 room house on wa-' tcrfront, lights, running water, C-l-«lS—c. \ FOR warm sleeping 1 room. suitable for girl. Mrs. W. l A. Brodt, 121 E. Cedar. Phone 372-.1 B~~2-/l-6——r—2t FOR RENT: inrHoodsport, $8.00 per month. F. C. Willey, 706 Cedar. Phone 31. 2-41-6~»~2t. $10.00 month. Walker Park Ad-l dition. Grace Springer. 2-4—6-W~2tl e Seven jag NT ADS RATES On Classified Advertisement! 10 cents a line (5 words) first insertion, 50 a line each subSe~ quent insertion. Mini mum charge 30c. Classified advertisements ac- cepted over the telephone-from phone subscribers. Cash should accompany all other orders or payment made before the first of the month to saveexpense of billing. An extra charge» of I 16c will be made when biliing’ls necessary. Card of thanks 50c. Classified Display Rates on Request. "mvm mvfl'm For Sale A“A“A-ALAAAA A AMAMA“ FOR SALE: 17 rabbits or trade for Plymouth Rock chickens. Victor A. Johnson, Route 3, Box 13. 1-21-2-6-i6t “AA‘AAAAAAAA 5AAAAAA‘ AA; WANTED: large pieces clean cot— NGLTSH ELUCK RULLERS—~ . "VVVVVWV'VVVVVVVVVVVV‘ i E 1 $9.00 while they last, also fe- ‘ VVanted maales. Mrs. L. K. Munson, Rt. 1, Shelton.» Kamilche. 1-28-30—-2-4-6~-—4t. ton rags with all buttons and FOR SALE; few 50 pound pigs. luluscwork. Days only. Call 172. A7v2-4—67—72t. NTED: experienced house- keeper full time. Inspire Jour- nal. Dw—2-4-6m—2t. ' ‘71-? woman for housework part time. Phone 31. F. C. VVil- Icy, 706 Cote. St. 2-6~v1t. vvvvvvvvvvvvvvv » rvvvvvvv Lost and Found . “ca-o. I FOUND: pair of shell rim glasses. Owner identify and pay for adv. Journal office. 2-4-6w2t. FOUND: black female water span- iel, white hind feet and throat. Arthur Moran, Agate Road, 5 miles out. 2-4-6—2t. '7 VVVV VVV‘V \VVV'VVVVVVVVVVV Trade or Swap AAAAA‘AAAAAAAA‘ — AA AinAAAA ,TR 1 l 1 l ADE repair work car, truck, gas engine for 300w. Leonard Brown, 4107 ii. First, phone 483- W. . 2-6-11—2t. CALL FOR BIDS FOR DIESEL h ROAD DIST. N0. 1 , NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that maled bids will be rcccivcd by the lloard of County Commission— ers at their OIIl-lCL' in the court house :11 Shelton. \Vashinglon, on Mon— _ K. llrallam of 51' ‘z ,3:- . r. , (lit): the 17th (In 01' Fcbi‘ H 1. the. 10111 day of“ December, 1940, Vvilpmngmm In]er lbfsjifiuaig the 10555 of my beloved Wlfe, Fran-Eat three o'clock 311. n1. .1111?ng Illelu‘ wdhbo. offered for sale by 33' IML m,“ with the sun“ SW €05. gnishin: of 111,- follo“-ing dcscribtd the Shcrlfl oi Stud? county, at .pub— Doryigm. or Hydraulicq Ohm ‘1.“ ’l‘Uiid “(lullmlclltt he aumm" 3:1 “3° Hunt “m” 01.1“? VVashinR‘lon, an application Ai'orp James J' Doo‘ey '1- (:‘Oul‘t'élllll‘l e In Shelton."toMthe‘Ihiglp qumn U, (“WW1 ,h‘, public water's __. 1 One full Dix-Sol motor grader. gvgtlbl (L .‘ 0n, “Jallllld'lv. A MM] l of lint-olzmd Uri-9k tributary of lloozll tandem drivo‘ “lump”! With a“ 14, (it all,“ ,5)b".d(lcx IA. 111., Ill“, "-'l9él11al. in the amount or 0.15 second, N” 3935' St 1 em: “a cab wnh Slmtt"r' 0W3“? .020“ U -_ “yahprvpfll- loot, summtio vxistii'li: rights. from I SUMMONS. ' “ ' sl‘ 3 all around. \'-t\'pc Northwest tquaItQII“;lll tiri- E‘pubh- Mn.” ,3 m 001,479,, of (,ach yea“. In the Superior Court of the state. hL.tl-i]'i1~r\\'llhpuplucpmcntpoifits‘ \vpstmqllal‘ c1 r(. .91. 111‘ $111. .14.) 1, 101‘ Um purpom, Ur irrignuon and} of Washington for Mason County. Wide front axlc and leaning front 0}. RECHO" , “1,9 (~)- .,,1“""“7h”f ‘ L'Dnlmlllm-Sly for domestic Slipply j LLLA M. PERKINS, Plaintiff, vs, whvels. Moe'll'ic lights, t'llllel‘ gas “met‘i‘n (1") 50ml” l~‘l-‘1~i’"‘1““‘ . for C'tbln camp and rosinur: 111; than GERALD 1.. PERKINS. Dcfcndant. 01' 01001 lo starter. muffler, hyd- (4) West, W. M., with appurt- ‘mancos- located within Lot 3 of Section 21."). ald 14- P‘n‘klNS. I’l‘ff‘nd'dlll: This forty acres. known as “(foun— Tovwlship 22 N., Rangi- '3 W.W'.M., You 9,1“! lll‘l'h'by SUHImUHI‘d 10 ill)" ty Farm," has twenty—111m» acres of in Mason County. A map showng 11041" Wllhjn Emily (W) Hill's “I'll‘l' cleared, sandy loam and ,botto'm the location and plan of said diver— ”‘dle 0f “10 “1‘31. Publicatlon‘OI lhllz land, with a_ good creek running sion and the place of the DI‘ODOSIuL summons, to wit within sixty day::‘ through, prowdmg sufficient water use is on file ill the office of 1,110 “NOT U’"? 3011) day of Jan” 1941- mm“ for irrigation. Has a good Six—room State Supervisor 01' Hyclr-uuliag_ defend 1110 above enlillcd action in house with bath. a large burn and Olylllpiu, “'ashingtou, logoiher with the court al'url‘sziid and answu' ther numerous outbuildings. Locatedi such other information as is 1'1-,- COmDL’UUV 01‘ 11W plaintiff Lula M. three miles from Shelton on paved quirvd by law. Perkins, and serve a copy 01' your road and electric power line. Suit- Any person. firm or corporation HDSWCI' 1111011 the undersigm'd 3‘15 able for dairylng. truck gardening wlmw right will b.» injurioust al'- 101' -y l'or plaintiff at his office ad- or chickens. Appraised value, $3,500.00. Will sell for $1,000.00 cash and balance in 1‘ch yearly payments at six per cent interest. For additional information con— tact or write to the Auditor of Ma~ son CountY- Dated this 28111 day of January, 1941. HARR '1' DEYE’I‘TIJ, Clerk 01' 111i: lioard 01‘ County Commissioners. 1-30. 2-0-13—31. b I BETCHA .’ AH éTHAT’S WHAT'I MEAN -- JUST LOOK AT THAT MANLH APPEARANCE GOLJ'V, I’D JOIN THE ARMV IF I WERE. .OLD ENOUGH" 1 th CHAS. . liAIt’l‘Ilin-l'l‘, Stale Supervisor of Hydraulics. (SEAL) 1—30. 2—6——2l. fecivd by 1* approximate point of din rsiun is said application may file, GALEWOOD DRIVE 1.. (11": s below 0 u 0. THE ARMV DOES $OME’ THING FOR A euv... OH, THERE’S A SOLDIER How! 19? STATE OF VVASIIING'I'UN to (Ix-1'- stifled. and in case of with im. Slab: Supervisor or 1131} your failure so to do, judgment will raulics, .211. Olympia, \l’asl'iingmn, be rendered against. you 71060111121541 such oijclions or rcprcsculations,| to the demand of this complainI in writing, as In- muy dosin- 1. which has bur-n 1111-11 with 1111: Curl; make, \vi1hin thirly (30) days after 01' said courl. date of last publication. which data” Th!" ObJH‘l “I this "013011 011 1111‘ 315 February 0, 1041. {part oi" 1h.- plaintil'l‘ is to HVCUI'\ VViinvss my hand and official seal a divorce from the defendant. this 25111 day 01' lanuilry, A. I). 1341. J. \V. GRAHAM, Attorney for Plaintiff. Oi'l'iCc Address, Suits llovvy Bldg, Shelton, \\ il-sll. 2-6-13-20-27. 3-6—13-v-7t. va-.. ____—__._ i l raulic Jack and full set ol’ tools. Weight 01' grader 10 be not less I than 14,500 pounds, of a cur- rent model, {111‘ price to be of the grader completely equipped i'.u.b. Shelton ,ll‘S tradein up 1935 \N'chr dual2\\'hl'1rlt‘d‘dI'lVI'. Also, the Iloard 01‘ Commission- ! i-rs require a bid stating the ad— ditional charge required for the lurnishing of a trained service man 10 malv culls each month lur the purpose of mukingyal‘ly necessary adjustments and to lustruct the operators in the op—‘ “ration and lilaimcnance of the IIIUIOI' gradvr. and to furnish ,all parts and labor noccs 'y to keep the motor lira-doi- in mi ration for serve the right to accept a bill for the grader as set out in paragraph 1, and to reject a bid for the Sci-- vim-s :ind matcrial set out in para- 1: lph :2. that is, I lgraphs I and 2 in this call For bids are Severava and an aoccpt’dl‘mn or a bid as or paragraph 1 is not dependent an acceptance of a bid as 1101' pain” graph 2. DATED this 28111 day 01' January, 19-11. I‘lAltllY 1111 Y I‘I'I‘TE, ("lork of thc Board 01' County Commissioners, Mason County, Wash, 1-30. 23-0—21. No. 1400. NOTICE TO CRI‘IDI’I‘ORS. In the Superior Court State 0141111511- ington for Mason County. In the matter of‘ tllc'estatc E. Sackrider. Deceased. Notice is hereby given that the un~ [(lcrsigncd. H. S. Sackrider, has been Iappointed and has qualified as ex- ecutor of t1 e estate of Hazel B. Sack- of Hazel rider. doc ; that all persons hav- ing clain: “ said deceased are hereby l'l‘ serve the same. duly vei. .d H. S. Sackrider, at his ‘11 Mason,County. \Voshington. addrcs is REID. Num- ber 1. Elma. Washington. or- .upon Frank Groundwater. attor: of‘ rec~ m-d for said estate. at his office, 107 Fourth Street. Elma, Washington, and 1 1e UV“ some with the Clerk 01' said Court, together with proof of service, within sir. months "after the date 01' the fi publication of this notice. which February £31.11, 1041. or be barred. is the same shall Date of First Publication February 6111. 1941. . . Date of last publication February 27111. 19—11. H. S. SACKRIDER. Executor of said. ate. ADDRESS: R.F.D. o. 1. Elma. Wash. [FRANK GROUNDWATER, Attorney for estate, Lima, Washington. 2-6—13—20—27v41. YOU ARE COVERED for any ac- cident for $.25 per day. Longer time the rate is cheaper. Herb Angle. l MOTOR. GRADER. MASON COUNTYi l ‘ it Dt'riml of one or from 1110 (li‘llt' of dvlivm‘y, .. .I‘))llllg lirus, i culling; edges. so 'lflt‘l' teeth, I i furl and oil. and to furnish a i prrl‘ormancc bond to the full I value of tho grader to cover 1 1111- performance of the aboVo obligation. The Board of Commissioners rw Eli-I‘ve the right. to accept or rcji-ci any and all bids, and i‘LIrthi-r 1w- upnll . such . snaps removed. No curtains 01": Fred Ben, Skokomish valley. outing flannel or knit wear. 1 Phone 216-3“ 2-4.6—21. Journal Office. 1-167~t1".,___,,, 1, , 1.---..» —‘———- FOR SALE: practically new white WANTED: garden “701% 0f 311'] incinerator with coils. Phone kind, spading, etc. Phone 56-.1. l 77-J, W.-.2-4-6—.2t. 1.7.2—4-6-11- 3t . 7+» 1 MAM—fl —-— _ lFOR SALE: 1928 Chevrolet, tires WANTED: lady for housework.) and motor O.K. $16.50 R. R. Phone 1124.1 between 9 and 31 Canaday. Skokomish Valle'y~ o'clock, 5A2-4-_tf‘ Phone 217-R-4. 2-4-6—31’. WANTED: woman for general FOR SALE: sacrifice Year Old CO' lumbia bicycle dirt cheap. '1'_‘wo brakes, light, kick stand, car- rier, gearshift. Inquire 707 Ar- cadia, Hillcrcst. C--2-4-6—-2t. . .‘_-_ . L. .. ’FOR SALE: pair six year old mares and harness or trade for l cattle. Ted Richert, Middle Sko- [ komish Valley. 1-30--2-4-6--3t FOR SALE: Electrolux cleaners. New machines as low as $49.50. For sales. service and supplies call or write Jack Manley, Hoodsport, Wash. 2-6--3-5--1M I l l ting eggs. Anna Huss, half way between Ford Garage and City Docks. 2-6-11—2t. lFOR SALE: used Hamilton Beach 1 vacuum cleaner. Excellent con- i dition. Inquire Journal office. Y—2-6—11-13-18—~4t FOR SALE: milk goats, fre 11 this week $6.00 and up. 2 miles out Agate Road. 0. Bertelsen. sz-S-llmgt. ,FOR SALE: good leather: couch cheap. Phone 198~J or-see jani- tor at courthouse. H———2T6—1t. wvvvvvvvvwvvvmvmfl ‘ PROFESSIONAL CARDS .1‘. , . m“ M. .., ALDEN c._BAYLEiI ;' ATTORNEY AT LAW Title Insurance Building K Opposite First National Batik Phone 28 - Shelton —-.¢ I ‘h V INSURANCE , HERBERT G. ANGLE .. , 1 Office at Angle Building ELLIOT B._SPRING ‘ Accounting Tax Services ‘5 Bookkeeping Systems 123 4th St. ' Phone 565 WITSIERS FUNERAL HOME Licensed Embal’mers W. A. Witsiers, Prop. Phone 180 ~ Shelton. Wash. 1—-————-—-————‘—-——‘ .— MT. MORIAH LODGE , no. 11 F.&A.M. :Next Regular Communication. l FEBRUARY 8' ' g M. H. NEEDHAM . , Worshipful Master 1 J. L. CATTO, : Secretary. Condemnation Suit For Park. Land Seattle, Feb. 3. —,Charles Horowitz, attorney for 30 land- owners, today asked U. S. Dis- :trict Judge Lloyd Black to' dis- miss proceedings by which’ the 'federal government seeks to con- demn land for an addition to the lOlympic_ National Park. Nine other attorneys joined in his mo- tion, and objected to the entry of an order of public use and necessity for the land, on which ‘a hearing was scheduled today. ' Jud e Black deférred 'a ‘ruling‘ on H rowitz‘ motion. ' First witness on the govern- ment’s public use and necessity‘ petition, Fred J. Overly, Port An- geles, acting superintendent of the park. said that a survey is being started for the construction of a. 'lugglm-‘ay along; 11.0 coast, FOR SALE: New Hampshire set- /