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April 2, 1920     Shelton Mason County Journal
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FRIDAY, APRIL 2, 1920 THE MASON COUNTY JOURNAL PACE THREN sure as you are a foot h00gh-- you will like this Camel Turk;sh and Domestic , blend! . i : OU never got such cigarette- contentment as Camels hand you. Camels quality and expert blend of choice Turkish and choice :Domestic Tobaccos make this goodness possible--and make you prefer this Camel blend to either kind of tobacco smokeds traig h t/ Camels mellow-mildness is a revelation l Smoke them with freedom without tiring your taste ! They leave no unpleasant ciga- retty aftertaste nor unpleasant cigaretty odor Give Camels every test--then compare them puff-for-puff with any cigarette in the world I Camels are aold everywhere in sri.ntitcallv s,'aled packages of 20 citlarettes for 20 cents; or ten packages (200 ciilarettes) in a lasife-paper-evered cat fort. We trondly recommend rhi. carton for the home or oF rice suppl3r or when .you travel. R. J, REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO. Winston-Salem, N. , BELFAIR I Mr. Waiters, an employe of Stim- son's camp, was nearly drowned Sunday. He attempted to leap from his rowboat to a boomstick and fell into deep water. After clinging to a boomstick for over an hour, he was rescued by Adam Griffith and Frank Blair.--H. L. The Starks home caught on fire Saturday morning and was saved by two loggers who were passing. The stove pipe burned out and the ceil- ing and roof were burned badly.-- M.S. Among the town visitors this week were: Mrs. Gibason, John G. John- son, Mrs. Smith, Mrs. Starks and daughter, and Mrs. Lumberg.--P. B. The "speeder" at Stimson's camp leaped the track and went to pieces Saturday. The men who were riding on it narrowly escaped being killed.-- H.L. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Venning spent Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Leon L. Starks.--M. S. Mr. Irvig of Bremerton was a vis- itor at Beard's last Sunday.--P. B. Mary Larsen came home to spend Easter vacation with her father.-- P.B. Mrs. Marsh of Stimson camp gave a birthday party for her son who was six years old Monday. A sister and a niece and nephew of John Murray made a four day visit at the Murray home this last week. They are from Ontario, Can- ada. Miss Sadie Murray of Tacoma accompanied them. Mr. Bickle's brooder caught on fire last week. Mrs. Bickle succeeded in extinguishing it before anything was hanned.--M. S. Mr. and Mrs. Wolff took Mr. and Mrs. Starks out riding Sunday.--P.B. "Buster" Shultz came from Seattle to visit Henry Larsen until after Easter. His sister Dorothy is visiting her aunt, Mrs. Marsh for the week. Mr. and Mrs. Bray visited Mr. and Mrs. Robins Sunday evening. Mrs. Aiken has been ill for a few days but has recovered. ---'The School. [Noonuments . ' TWENTY.YEARS:00GO (From Journal of March 30, 1900) Manager Gee. Thompson takes charge of the L. M. Monday. Mrs. J. H. Todd moved from Shel- ton to the Webb ranch Saturday to keep house for her son Fred. Parry Jones and J. E. Doyle are sick with pneumonia this week. Miss Maggie Keelty came down rom Seattle Wednesday for a visit with her sisters. 1Hr. and Mrs. Frank Drolet spent several days in town this week visit- ing friends. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Trease has re- turned from B. C. to their falTa near Matlock. Saturday's Ledger announced the marriage of W. C. Newman and Mist Lizzie Getty. Will L. Sargison was over from the Harbor Wednesday looking after his property here. He may move back. Mrs. Chas. Leake  and daughter Lena returned Monday from the Olympia hospital. Fred Rodigan and Mrs. James Harris and children have moved out on the Stabenfeldt place on McEwen's prairie. r blisses Edna and Nellie Bellows of Eaton County, Michigan, arrived last Saturday night and are visiting the families of W. A. Hayward and H. N. Dunbar. R. B. Giles is building a home on his lot on Railroad and 12th streets recently purchased from Nick Camp- bell. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Tuell arrived from Spokane Saturday to visit Mrs. Tuell's father Cal Saeger and sister Miss Myrtle Saeger who is in poor health. The delegates to the Republican state convention at Ellensburg April 5th are G. B. Gunderson, Wm. M. Beach, Will McDonald, G. C. Angle, Harry Dean and Clarence Fisk; al- ternates are G. A. Reed, L. W. Speece, Gee. Vogtlin, Al. J. Munson, E. B. Robinson, S. K. Taylor. A. H. Eells went from the Reser- vation to Olympia on the 18th to be present at the funeral of the Wash- ington soldiers. One of those buried at that time, A. J. Ruppert, was killed by a stray bullet while sitting next to Eells. The weather has continued mild during the week and blossoms are out in plum, pears and cherries. GOOD NEWS :Many Shelton Readers Have Heard It and Profited Thereby. "Good news travels fast," and the many bad back sufferers in this vicin- ity are glad to learn where relief may be found. Many a lame, weak and aching back is bad no more, thanks to Doan's Kidney Pills. Thous- ands upon thousands of people are telling the good news of their exper- ience with this tested remedy. Here is an example wm%h reading: Mrs. Charles Mac Rostie, 818 Sixth St., E. Olympia, Wash., says: "Doan's Kidney Pills have been household medicine for kidney disorders in our home for a number of years. They have always proven reliable. When- ever I notic my kidneys are not acting as they should and my back feels weak and lame, I take Doan's K.idney Pills and they never fail to give me quick relief." Price 60c, at all dealers. Don't simply ask for a kidney remedyget : Dean's Kidney Pills--the same that Mrs. Mac Rostie had. Foster-Milbum Co., Mfrs., Buffalo, N. Y, REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS Real estate transfers furnished weekly by the Mason County Ab- 'stract and Title Company. J. J. Anderson bach to Frank Groundwater et al, wd, n sw 26 20 4. Con. $10. Weyerhaeuser Timber Co. to Rob- e1% S. Farrow, deed, sene 31 21 4. Con, $200. William S. Kerrigan and w to J. C. Pauley, wd, frac lot 5 blk G Knee- land's add, and frac lots 7 and 8 blk 18 Frances Shelton's add. Con. $10. Charles Hadfield to Walter Johns- ton, qcd, lot 5 sec 31 20 3. Con. $1. Mary A. White to Thomas F.White wd, sw sw 21 23 1. Con. $10. E. J. Dubbs bach to Rudolf War- barge,, wd, gov lot 2 and n of gov lot 3 sec 9 20 , also t. 1. in front thereof, also 4.24 1. e in in frt lot 1 sec 9 20 2. William E. Thompson and w to George W..I,vett, wd, lot 5 blk 23 David Shelton s 8rd add. Con. $10. Kathryne Judge Vogel to L. R. Byrne, wd, e ne 30 20 5. Con. $10. 1T YOU CAN? "If you can laugh when others weep, If you can work when others sleep. If you can lose and never kick. But start again and gamely stick; If you can face defeat and grin, Nor grumble if you never win; If yon can see tlflngs go to pot And never get your collar hot. But take it all with perfect grit .And scorn to curse a single bit; If YOU can bear a heap o pain And scarcely n, urmur or complain, If treachery and lies and ouch Can never phase you very much. And all through life you don't descend To knife a foe or knock a friend; If you can keep your life thus high, Believe me. you will be some guy And I'll admit quite frank and free You'll have an awful budge on mew BE A NURSE-- Splendid three-year course in nursing offered in this model hospital, to intelligent young women. Training leads to mat- riculation from this foremost school. Instruction in a .noble profession offered. Pleasant sm-roundings and congenial companionship. Im- mediate entrance. For complete information address, Sr. M. Demetria. ST. JOSEPH' HOSPITAL TACOMA i i ALDERBROOK HILL Send in your order for ROUGH AND DRESSED LUMBER On Navy Yard Highway Postofflce, Union, Wash. H. E. STUMER, Mgr. DO YOU KNOW Insyde Tyres ARE MONEY AND TROUBLE SAVERS JAY B. RANSOM Distributor for Mason County Shelton, Wash. Phone 625 Call and see our large stock or writ'e for prices. We erect Monuments anywhere. PUGET SOUND MARBL] & GRANITE CO. 2006 First Ave., Seattle, Wn. (Established 1874) "You're lhe Man Io be Satlsliefl" says the Good Judge You get a whole lot more satis- faction from a little of the Real Tobacco Chew than you ever got from the old kind. The good, rich tobacco taste lasts so much longer. You don't need a fresh chew so often. That's why it costs you less. Any man who uses the Real To- bacco Chew will tell you that. Put Up In Two Styles ': RIGHT CUT is a short.cut tobacco :! W-B CUT is a long fine-cut tobacco THE BACKGROUND FOR .A HAPPY HOME No other thing contributes so much to the influence of your home as the wall paper. You see it morning, noon and night every day in the year. It is the background for your entire home-life, and therefor you owe it to your family to see that it is atrractive and cheerful at all times. NOW is the time to re-deer orate. Our stock is fresh and tasteful. A personal visit, or a postal will receive our cour- teous and prompt attention. Journal Stationery Sh0p "The House of Prompt Service" Business "The House of Prompt Service" is Good And the reason we are always busy BECAUSE we handle the best and most pop- ular cars. BECAUSE our stock is far larger than any other garage in the county. BECAUSE our work is prompt. r BECAUSE our shop is best equipped and the hands of good mechanics. in AND BECAUSE our prices are right. WallaceJohnsonMotorCo. Shelton, Washington