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April 2, 1920     Shelton Mason County Journal
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7::ii i" i i t &apos;? 2 -2 '%. ,':, ,i:,: 2 FRIDAY, APRIL 2, 1920 `ii[|i|[|[||ii[i[iiiiii[Hi|||iiiii7ii|:iiH|j = = =_ Local and Personal - E =- uH||3' H E Drew spent two days in Se- attle this week. Mrs. J. H. Fr/sken was shopifing in town on Thursday. Theodore Hhnes was in town from Camp 5 on Thursday. M. F. Knight returned on Monday from a trip down Sound. Tile weather man Was the worst April Fool joker this year O E. L. Alman, of Camp 7, was in town T.hursday, on business. The County Commissionels meet in regular monthly session next Monday, Mrs. W.. H. Morris and daughter, of Everett, spent the week visiting Mrs. W. G. Rex. Gilbert Ward is down from Camp 7 to spend a few days in town. Sunday is Easter, closing the Len ten season and opening the spring R. A. Hilligos of Hoodspmt was in season town last Friday on business. ---- " Plum blossoms are out and the Mrs. L. H. Jacbos of Kamilchewas I cherry buds.are preparing to gree visiting friends in town Thursday. l the cherry birds. [ Miss Marion Gordon'of Seattle vis-[ Charley Bloomfieldisl0cated his ited friends in town over Sunday. wrist wlile cranking a l:ord car at -- his home near Kamilche last Thurs- 1Kr. and Mrs. Warren Lincoln of 'day. Skokomish were Shelton shoppers on I Thursday ] George Lovett has moved into the ' --- I Thompson house on Cola 'and ,aev- Mr. and Mrs. Claude Dunkleburger [enth streets, whi'ch he recently pur- er Mattock were in town Thursday chased. " on business. . .-------- . J. C Pauley has purchased the Mrs. E . uurnen and son Edgar'Kerrigan property on First street of Seattle are spending the week.between Cota and Grove and will with the Angles. shortly remove there H. O Bergh of Potlatch was in The first carload of Swi:.s'Toggen- town Monday on his way to spend burg goats for tl'e Mmon County THE MASON COUNTY JOURNAL W. it, CR0SBY PISSES leth0dist Episcopal W. IT Crosby, who has b,,on f,)re- man of Simpson Cmnp 7 for several ycarspast, passed, away at the ho:.- pital in Olympia Monday, el, sinp.' a .hmg illness for an im.urabl, affec- tion of the stomach. The trm:blc de- .velope.d over two years ago aml has I been hehl in check thus lon: hy an operation at the Mayo Broth,ws in- stitution in Rochester, Minn.. :rod by ',a'ood medical attention at home. Mr. Cvcshy t';,s ,::pent 'the pas few montlns under /care at the Olympia hosiptal, calmly awaiting the end, but showing a streug and cheeNul faith to the last The remains were brought to Shelton for interment in accord with his wish. ' The funeral was held from the Methodis Church on Tuesday after- noon, under Masonic auspices, and 'attended by Masons and Eastern Stars in a body. The services were conducted by Rv. Seymour Williams, former pastor of the local church, lwho resides in Olympia and spent .much time in cheering Mr. Crosbv's laWr da.'s. Oht employes of the i Simpson Company acted as pall bear- era, and a lm'ge nmnber of friends f from Camp 7, which closed for the :purpose, and from other camps crone down for the service A special choir |remlered its service and flowers' in tprofusion crone from friemls and the oYdcrs. I William Iterbert Crosby was born February 13, 1873 at Point Fortune, Quebec, where he lived until comin t'J Mason County thirteen years ag'o to enter employment with the Strop- son Company. t.Ie is survived by. his dcvoied wife and two c]{ildren, John , Sunday Serv/ces Morning Sunday School 10 o'clock. Preaching 11 o'clock. Evening Services 7:80. Prayer Meeting 7:30 Thursday evening Tie public is cordially invited to tht-se meetings W. H. Thomas, Pastor, BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday School at 10 a m. Morning Service at 11 a. m. B. Y. P. U. at 6t30 p. m. An Easter program will be given at the evening setwice at 7:80 p. m. All invited. Services at Dayton Sunday after- noon at 3 o'clock. Prayer Meeting on Thursday night at 7:80. Teacher Training Class on Friday night at 7:30. Addiston Self, Pastor. CATHOLIC CItURCH "St, Edward's Catholic Church" On 2nd Sundays first Mass is at 8 a. m. and second Mass ag Skoko- mih at tl a. m. On fourth Sundays Mass at 10 In: m. Evening devotions at 7:80 p m, PUBLIC BIRTIIDAY DINNF, R THe Ladies' Aid of the Methodis.t Epis(opal Church will :ive a public a few days in Seattle. Goat Farm at Lake Nev, atzel passed (h'ixdale nnd Mary Bode, wad also.birthday dinuer from 5 to 8 p. rn_on, through town yesterday his t,.arent.q at the ohI home and two next Frhl:y, April 9Lh, at the. Uu. Mr. and Mrs. "W. R. Smith lcf I sister and three broth,,r, ltis nn- Fellow hall. Ewrybody is invited SatuMay for Proctor, Minnesota I A number of outside tia]dnff par .f dl r ng' courac, e, intcg,i.v and 1,w- The charge will be 25 cents ea(.h far where they will spend tte summer, hcs rolled thrmgh town t.ns week ally l::ve v-m the constant -,tmr:t- those under 12 3eals of age and 50 I bound fol the various fishing streams lion of all who came n contm.t with I cents for .all others: Mr. and Mrs. S M. Ogard and Mms ] and equipped to camp until the trout tmn, and hs bereaved ones have a ffenme Dale of Seattle are spending'bit. wMo circle of frmnds and sympa-] t-tr, x t oTx, atEETtNG the week with Mr. and Mrs. Charles" I " I thizers. " ..... "'" .......... '" .......... Paine. ' " I March came in like a sheep bbtl I ...... ,-'--.--D ...... .'-- Mrs.-Wi!l Morrison and son: Stew- bit tlflaeecedethng WoY  - SHELTON'S NEW BUILDING o ar oz ,beavte are visiting wire urs nesda,, Glad to get off that easy, t ERA BEGINS THIS "!; EEK I ...... r , .. . .... :.. glorz:sonsparents, l, Ir. ann ,m's. w. however, t " 1 all,n  foreman .qi filial arrangements for the big smok- .... --'--7- .  The small boy hereabouts seemls round Umbolt,-arrived last week to eranWllvbimad:acndi:veiyee's7', iranK vlaipass anti It. .. orman , not to have leraned some of the el}! make preparations for the building of Arcadia were in town yesterday April Fool tricks from his Dad, a operations of the summer, and have ,resent. least few of the old "sells" appear.eric,started work with a small crew pre- and purchased a hea,y work team of Harw Shelton. Miss Ida Rex was home  from Ta- coma last week and spent Saturday and Sunday with her parents Mr. and Mrs; W. G. Rex. Mrs. S. M. Eells returned to her home at Tumwater after a tw weeks visit with her son Roy in town and Arthur.Hn the Skokomish Valley. Nels C. Nelson, who was a caller Thursday, reported four "inches of snow at his fmTa near Camp 1 that morning, but that it lasted quick. Mrs. ttarry Butcher and son lqar- ohl drove up from Seattle the first of the week for a several days ViSit with 5h . and Mrs Will Dunbar. tlowa,'d Bu:'ke (h'wce up from ITo- quiam last Frdiay with Mrs. Arthur Callow and spent two days visitinyr Mr. and Mrs. GeorR'e Shorter and looking up his oht' friends. Clare Wehnes and R. E. Johnson of Tacoma were in town Wednesday ight on the way tQ the Skokomish river on a fishing trip Mr. Wehnes spent his boyhood days in Shelton. Leon Byrne of Seattle came down .%rein Seattl with a young .friend to "spend his Easter vacation in the "woods tie is visiting his brother Thad, who is teaching school at camp ofle. Mrs. Frank Willey made a trip to Tacoma lat Friday to visit her sun Clyde who is recovering from- a serious operation. He is repoi.t,.'d ta .be out of danger and gaining rap- idly. Mrs. J. W. Moran wos called home last Thm'sday on account of the se- rious illness of her father, A. F. Chalman, one of-the few remaining of the older pioneers of Mason County. Miss Emma .P,dee of Seattle is visiting Mr. and Mrs. George Jassar- nick at Johns creek. Miss Pydee at- tended the high school here last win- ter and has been renewing old friends over there this week Tommy O'Neill returned yesterday to his studies at the University of Washington after a brief mid-teFm vacation. .Herbert Angle who was . attemling the lJniversity with bim will remain at home for the rest of this term and began work this week in the L. M. store. "Red" Graham of 'Seattle, -the man -who made malted milks famous, ,is spending a few days in town on an outing and fishing trip. Mr. Graham and' his large confectionery store are -well known to every student who has attended the UniverSity of Wash- inS(on in the last ten years Mr. and Mrs." L. J. Smith arrived Wednesday from Seattle. M/. Smith takes the place of Louie Fader as chef-at the Hotel Shelton..Mr. Fader, l who has been here for thepast nine months, will spend a few oays fish- ing before leaving" with Mrs. Fader or their new home near Kirkland; Washington. Tacoma papers report that Wallace McDieken, 9-year-old son of Mr. and iIrs. A. H. McDicken, and a young son of Dr. Rick, who were with a party of Y, M. C. A. lads camping nero: Taconia, were lost 'in small boat during the storm Wednesday, and have not been located, no has the boat been found,- yesterday. , I ptu'i.ng foundations for the removal I(f' the Reed home just across Third The fishing season opened promptly,:$treet. The main building will be on April first but so far as heard" tiffed up into a nice honm to be from, most of the early bird fisher- occupied by Mrs. S. G. Sim))un dur- men with the worms were badly Aprh ing her stays in Shelton, and the fooled by the fish. .re:rex will be -,; wed a block away SKOKOMISH GRANGE OPEN The Skokomish Grange will hold a public installation service on Satur- day night, April 3rd, at which the Shelton Grange will join in full fm'ce and provide the program. A cordial and made o,'er"into a ,m'ah cottal{e invitatiou is extended to all Grangers . A, N. Ward this' week |'eceived to relieve the lack' Of house f,)r and their friends to joih the gather- three thoroughbreds from Thurson ren;:'.l. ,. ing. County, a heifer and two registered . As soon as the site is vacate,1 work, I i Jersey calves, which he will raise ' as , will b.gln on the u,'w borne of MI'. 1 a start in the better stock direction, and Mrs. Reed, whict, u'hl be l'n'lb ME,IING OF DEMOCRATIC and nm,lern in e\\;cL ;'(', ?,'('.0, o.nd t.':,. COUNTY CI.']NTILkL COMMITTEE The E:stcr services at the M: E. (.,:.a!m:ctod of luml,or.-a; the; In(m;,, Church will be an Easter SOVlrlon :t:t,l ,[' a hmb:-rm:m ::ln>uhl b,,. q 50 ,-at;- sl:ecial nmsic in tl-o moiniu,,. ,\\; program will be given in ib,, ,v. ,,;a,r by the Sunday School. I, ccyb,.,y is invited. Special trains brou:rtt (,-tq) r::i - dents dSwn to at:end t (: J'd/Ic'r:tl.; i:l to'\\;-n OD Thul sdav. The v:u'np:, a,l l'ailway sl oI S x\\;'cre ('i',:;,,d i, ,_ afternoon to permit the em/'le '',.',; .to attend the /uneral o ).h'. \\;: Yl. Crosby. Iies Oti've Meacham h % :,,v.ady for ,alifornia to" sp',d Lhe ,mnuno:" visiting relatives and fri(tms, blV.  was accomp:mied as far :t, ;,,'v:,!,'. v hei' ister Aura who w:tl vi..'i, ith friends in that city. Wc are advised by the 13 flAie Eer- vice Commission of the F, tate t.hat b:,th thc American Rat!way F,t)r,,  and the Pulhnan Car compmie l!IWt: filed reque:t for the increase o[ r:u,,"s gf 25 and 20 per cent re:pective'y i'a this state. While the exF,'cs: :ns will caNh a few of us, ne paL:ce car advance will trouble lint few o s. Chas. T .Shaffer, who wit1 be ,'c.- membered by many acquain{ed u'i,:h tile opening of the Lo:,. Prairie mt- tlement sevmal years ago, ,a, ries ]from his holhe at Lanlaam, Maryland, that each visit of the Journal seem: like a letter from home, as they still retain an interest  Mason County and are glad to, note. its improve- nlents. i March was a nfild-mannered m,,mt1 as March's go, and almost broke the record in its mildness, but not quite. Its closing clays brought some'squally weather, with hail, rain, snowand blow, all witldn this week. On 3:ues- (lay ant Wednesday nights the ground was whitenedby snow but it vanished as quickly and Silently a-', it came. As the tail'-end of the vidous storm which passed through the East this section as no complaint. FAMILY DESERTER NBEI) heriff Pelts, on ,advice frdm th( shmSff of Yakima County, loc.ated John Fenoglio in one of the Simpson amps and took him in custodY, on the charge Of being a Wife arid chiht deserter. Deputy Sheriff Tilley  0 f that counfy arrived and took his man away Sunday to explaln why he sldp- ped out and left his family without support.. IN SUPERIOR COURT Ju(lge,Wright called a short ses- sion of the 'eourt Saturday 'and spent a short time .in town, getting ready to move to his, summer home near Union City. " In the guardianship o Wesley Banks, a minor, an order was granted to sell real estate.' In te estate of Emma Johnson Cleman, an .order to pay portion of ci;editor's claims, o" " III I I I i I [ ........ Church ..................... " - ...... ---- -- - D'T ALL YOU WANT! We handle a " - complete stock of Dyes, in- No Moro Gas on the Stomach or ou tomachl NO More Heavy Feeling Afte Meals or Constlationl f you have sour stomaoh, ooztf. _atlon or gas on the stomach ONN SPOONFUb simple buckthora bark, glyderlne, etc., as mixed in Adler-i.ka, ..... ,lll bring you INSTANT relief, Adler-i-ka draws all the old f0u! matter from the system leavlfi the' bowels and stomach fresh and i.,.-- ....  CLEAN, ready to digest anything. .... Guarda against appealicitis. luding-- Colorite Diamond Putnam Alladin Rit Tintex aHELTON ..... 00v00:'kSHo] ,lmtc ,,.e:: ; the proi o;ed flora,, wi! be :'vmmd I25.0{/0, and it wil! 1)e t,,, lw, Lt".r c]:l.-n l:,rn'i to hp :found h the c;:ks. ' \\;V"th the.;o new 1)uldbo's an,t the "w -.q9tal asm,re(l, othe,'s wh, h'2vo !3en l::tl'o.;P,, r no,v hoF!e. i}l ,qb.qLnn u'ill do'ubtl,:s not dehty mue:l 1 '" .-t' ' ," (',t t'eir ,i' v, :ql(t t';: v,:t,L s::ouhi be a -0d'?; bu;-w l,:'il,V,',.: :,' .:,m h 51nolt'onM(vit:h } g,::n,r:,l ff(;,[ c.ffcct on the husincas Ol L], o;Dl,tln[ty. .-_ --- ___ Pazne s Restaurant " MEALs AT ALL HOURS . ' I Saturday open till 12 p.m. ! Restaurant closed on Sundays t Popular p,ie? Oysters to your taste I I I Cold & LaGrlppe Tablets [ are backed )y Us and guaranteed t0 break nP a cold or your I ,none," ba,00 ,,'e aJso well sto00l, od.:ith n, oko.00 of cold I taMets and .0ug'h ln(]ithles, i.hroat gar,..;'lcs, nose sprays, mus. | .... terole, me ol:xtt '.% ol,c. 13rctect yonr scl against the FLU. I, V/e will be ;lad t , help you. ) I ' 100 lm" con:; I"o:.; ,,idton l".( are backed by us and guaranteed to break np a cold or your money back: We are also well stocked with all makes of cold taMets and coug'h mlieines, t.hroat gargles, nose sprays, mus- tore]e, med; o :,.nm, ore. Protect ,our self against the FLU. A meeting of lt; l)emoer:tic Coma- We will be glad to help you. 'v Central ((;l;l'fit!i:t'e is J;cl'Oby cP, ll- ,,, t, t00,e h,;,,..:c ;,, SHELTON ., ,, -, :,, ,.,o PHARMAC ,helto 1 at,  .,0 p. rn.,  ' ) -[ All precinct cenuniticomcv, are m'','d t, atteml. The me,tinV- is called :t',.;r i! I00 per Celll for Shelton illopur)/,se of iiXitlr a time an4' i. B. AI.,I,PIIF.'I, Prop. ]II;,{.'C for },t'It!;"*" :1 (O' :*1t' C. '''', (q]tiO.l' 1() (!]',C' ('{JO't".'" i ) tile N[k.(' ('O'll- yC'ft(;'(t]l (O be iILd [,t, b[)uv:A11.Q. Ji;13 ) lP:iiv!'4 a:; !::::y coi,e boftre tile : --" meeting. , Ceo:'p;e P, impsen. Chairman. " .!. H. J:.'ma, who lust year lmVClmS- NOTi('.E OF DI%%O1, T!ON OF " " - ion City rt,td, rudd ha;; becu ,ml)rOv- PAIUI'NEi:-;II:iP . ,,, ,, ,,e, i ........ PLUMBING and -------------,,-,,----,.b'll'AT/l\\;l h,'.m md b ,'n, di,M tit SeatLle F,,'t :- ;oti,,e is ]mr(4,y ;iveu that the 1;,,.. i!,- Its.:; ]v?('n hi ])oof l walth ;:,r p::vi,,,,:&ip ]:lt.-l' sul)s[:,.Ja?: h:twoen some tifie and was taken sa(h]o/, u% .,o ude;'sw'c l,. (. }!: .hewmn (IENERAL LLtdK WORX !,'; ,: : ...,,.:; . \\;rhea i,, was rushed :rod C1'arles E. Newsted, carrying on Satisf'ction guaranteed Phone 33 to Seatth in an alltoi?l.)bi]e. Vhih'. b,:: :iP.(,s.s $, m:  (m.a cs ;tnl ball- :city l;.;p(;rs of ZIon(h'.y. 3.1r. da,u' o1' I & S Mill (.'.ornla:)y, w:,s ou tha ab,n, year ul.I, O,,M la:.v::. Ia ;i;,. of Aprii. A. t). 192(). d[.;s'..,l- Sl,op in oht L. M. Warehouse :], \\;,JLd :.Att ()lie S')D. x vc,t hv mut:::,l co:v.: q.. ::cl tb:tt the buMness in futm'e will be carried on ......... _ - --rt. _ .... . - , IIAKE;tAN i?lfACTtTI.ES AN;(t,E h: t,h :.aid Gha,'h": 1,',. Jq(:'\\;xs[c'd Moue  who will pay and dise!::trFe all d,'bt. ....................... F}cd \\;;r. T:Ic'}:.', a t)ra];.eDla!l v.; :tu,! ]::..b;]iti<:s, al,d c,'et, ivt all molzeys Camll 5, sult'er(!d ;t ractm'ed a.nkle p'tyable i;o the said late time. lues 1:, mornhbg v, han he wa: struck F.C. tAI HI ,W SON . by a alling tree whilh standing en : CI[AS. E. NEWSTt)]D. ' !load of lags. After receiving medical 4..2-23 4t 000000oo.oo ho, o NEW THINGS FOR CHILDREN thd la)spital in Olynlpia in the after- [ It. M. Roseho]L, the shoe repair noon. " man, has a large stock of' logger b:)ots and heavy and lig'lt work shoes I CI,OQUALLUM BUSY l iu :Ill different sizes on w',tlCh he ,a., he ca. ,;ave :'on fro,. * to ,:; SEALPAX UNDERWEAR ' " t " * M,,,. P. A. Siields. ,vlo ws a ,'s- per pair. He st,,ls hoiind every , The Llttle.BlotheI Sealpax Underwear. itor from Clotuallum Saturday, re-:pair. Ite e0u sell:thern cheaper he ports the M. & S. shingle rnill work- elain,s because it is a side line to his fresh from the, labndry to you, made _ inr; two shifts and all .the homealshoe repairing business. It will pay with double seat for double wear, around Buck Prairie occupied, wit'. .c,u to hwestigate before buying an attendance of 41 pupils at the lelsewhere.--Adv. =it- elastic non-lfinding back- band, side district school. With a little mere ira- opening, double sewed and reinforced. provcment ot the road and role'phone i , ,, ,, connection with Sheldon a good part t AGA IE GRANGE \\;DANCE " Ages 4 to 8 at $1.25 and $1:50. tlus of this trade ,vould bc directed "'{ SATURDAY, APRIL 3RD We will have them for lie;tie sister ]waY,elate theandattention.Clquallmn would apprc- A lively dance will be given at t00 i.D a short tinle. Grange fall on SatUrday, April 3rd. (;,,,,(1 mu.qc nnd a big chicken supper . NEW ROMPERS COUNTY WAKING UP ':v.o the ,features of the even;uS. " Tic.kels $2 and worth every cent of New Renuers in yellow, pia.k and Mason County communities are it. .leet you there. " blue, trimmed with white and with waking uIx nd are making known to !Jom'n'l roaclers tha they have pasa- ' ,, 2, faney black stitching, 2 years to 6 ed the winter safely a]ld are ready for sl)ring. Iu fact, our list of col'- 00LW/00YS REhDY years at $2.75. respondenLs has so increased that LADIES APRONS their news has crowded .out the out- .Me matter that has heretofore taken FOR COU [P A fev excellent styles in Ladies' the space, and 'county news will be _ found on nearly every page of this A p r o n s, Ginghams, Percales, Jap paper. Ver few of the state county COMFORTABLE CAR FOR " eD Checks anc]S 1;apcrs have as general a county vep-, DAY & NIGrIT SERVICE. Cr.e, t.i es.r A1S O an all white Gaberdine; which is of unusual resentation as the Journal, and we REASONABLE RATES.  .. believe this is fully appreciated by value: These aprons are going fast at our reallers. There are several dis- from $3.25 to tricts yet dosing but we trust they MEIITT JOHNSON $5.5O.  r  ..., will catch the spirit Of spring soon, Headquarters and be heard from, as room ,Mll he l DUH "'C--^--''" - OlJAl made for all. -, JOHNSON'S GAR&GE ., Phone 161. After 10 p.m. Sheet music, the latest aon hits, ReK Phone.621.  ..... 0e and 35c a Copy at the Journal Stationery Shop. , ............. ==== .... _ ====== .... = == ..... =====_====_ agto ...........