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April 2, 1920     Shelton Mason County Journal
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PAGE EIGHT THE MASON COUNTY JOURNAL x. __ iiii i i i i i i ii i i ii  r ]f:CountyCorrespondence. i I. I OAKLAND B..fY j The school children were busily en- gaged tas week bringing their nick- les and dimes to school for the pur- pose of adding&apos; to the fuml being collected for " America's Gift to lrance.,  Fifty-two persons from this district contributed, the amOhnt raised being five dollars and five cents. Russell Doak and Herb. Bowman canoe from Olympia last Thursday to spend a few days in the neighbor- hood, '" George Kellogg motored frbm Ta- coma last Monday and-exp6cts ,to spend a few days at home with his family. Robert Crossman was a week-end isitor at the Crossman home. Mrs. Dacan and d:mghter Jewel were down Sound visitors Saturday and Sunday, spending most of their time visiting relatives in Tacoma. John Buchanan and sons, William and Donald, are taking advantage of Easter vacation in the city and are spending this week on the farm. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Tillman, Mr. and Mls. Thomas Desk, Miss Jennie Chester arm ROy Bowman spent Sun- day evening at the Eli Willay home, (a duck supper being the incentive, playing cards the pastime.) [ AGATE I - Mr. ,lacobg went to Tacoma Mm day mornirg to ,ace about selling ,hm logs. He returned Tuesdaiy night. i Miss Lillian Lister from Tacoma is visiting Hilton's. She taught at the Agate school a few years ago. Ames Hilton left Tacoma Satur- day noon with his new speed boat. He expected to reach Shelton some t'ime in the afternoon, but he was delayed by trouble with his engine and (lid not reach Shelton until Mon- day. Walter and Wesley Daniels played ball xith the Simlton high choo] team Sunday at Camp 2. The score Iwas 3 to 8 in favor of Camp 2. r } Mrs. Bates was called to racoma Saturday on account of her mother beig vcry ill. Edward Whaley motored to Ta- coma Saturday evening, accompanied 1)5' Ellsworth Itiltou and Chas. Lisk. They spent Sunday there, and re- turned to the Oakland Bay Logang camp Monday. I' News of the death of Donna West, little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Rich- ard West, at a Tacoma hospital was received in this community yesterday. The bereavedments and family have the sympathy of the entire neigh- borhood in their loss. Mrs. John Labor and Miss Pearl i Doak were supper guests at the At- dam homfi last Thursday evening. Jane Bowman is spending a few days in the meighborhood this week, visitig friends and renewing old ac- quaintances. Jane is. attending high school in Olympia and is also taking advan'ag'e of the Easter vapation. He ,as a visitor at school last Tues- " drs."'" Carl Afdem and Mrs. Mamie Labor were guests of Mrs. Tom M.o- ran last Monday. Ronald thinks it worthy o-f mentiou that David changed his mind about having his hair "bobbed," a, he went to town last Saturday and had it cut, for the first time since--(David for get to furnish the exact date, but we know 'twas long ago.) Donald Buchanan. visited school last Monday, John Bowman completed tim work of puttirq' the cement floor in the basmment of the new addition to the school building Monday aud returned to his home in Olympia. Little Pattie KelIogg visited the school last ISri(lay. Miss Ollie Meaeham left for Cal- ifornia Monday where she will visit friends and relatives this summer. Mr. Woodall bought two pigs from Mr. LaRocque last week. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hitchcock an(l son Jack made a trip to Allyn in their car Sunday. Miss Aura Meacham left for Se- attle Monday morning. I Mcaeham's are moving onto their lflace in Chapman's Cove this week. Mr. Ashfield is moving onto his place on the Agate side of the bay. I LOWER MATLOCK l a." ..... . AlbertWinkelman and children Ed- ward Md-- :'iicances visited with Re- di,&a's Sunday. Mrs. Will Evers and children cMuqes .artd Edith called on Mrs. Frank Helin Saturday. Mrs, Leonard Anderson and Mrs. Perle Anderson were Shelton callers one day last week. t Asa Bateman visited with Rediska's Tuesday evening. ).'It. and Mrs. Hulbert and children :;Jth ;rod Donald, Will Mayers and IMr. md Mrs. James Carstairs and Miss Pearl Doak entertained her [e}fldren and Ellen aml James were seventh and eighth g'rade pu0ils ,'rtl:.be p/tie,Ms Of htr. and Mts. A. J. tile Doak. home last I, Mday evenina[An,,.,rson ,f Mv,!o,k Sumlay. in honor, ,. of .Adelene and Iomdd C),-I Mr' and Mrs. Edway(l E,.,er" c'dled sers blth(lz,y. The early part of the , ?i. and Mr::. Ass 13a',m'm Mon- evenlme ,' t s'ent in playing galnes.:i day evening. i after whic3 they were om:b .,rvml a Nr,;. A. ,T. P,,',ek and Dora Rcdi,,;,a plate of l:uffv to m.1. 'l'b,L:e rcsent called on" Lrrs. N, C. ?,So]son one d y xvme I/aviq:,,. A(tehmf,. Vi:q,,t a,M l,t v.'e,q,:. J.o:wfld (h.:,s,:r, ,),x,:l L)m-,au, C;.x)?',,'e 2.,. :,lld .\\;,%':z, A. ,g. A!ld(,>;:,,n n,l :;, I':, : (2!r]:t.e.l'v.otl ;m(l Clmcl,; .... ,' L,';;':. ,',: ' ;- (::c('e ]J]v- Afdem. ........................................................................ 2::'tL?,j!-!tc it_ !52Ji:_;:.)2'[:]:',_!:_ ............. lIAR.. ! E I I Messt 7.]el S=ton Geo, P..,hrad and Chas. Ber',v.m are in Olympia [ this week .adilh, ,,air [ ,,ts on ears. Th posts ,,re bo'L:.t by a Tacoma nl 1 n, Mr. and Mrs. Hugo A. Glaser are rejoicing over the arrival of a little son boxn in Tacoma March 27th. 't'ne little one weighs oi.ht po-nds and has been 'christened Joseph J. Mrs. Margaret Willis and children of Olympia are visiting her aunt, Mrs., Westlake. Wallace Reed is in Tacoma buying prowsions for his ncw camp at South Bay. hit:. Reed will soon move his family to their new location The Ballow people are sorry to have them go, but wish them good luck in their new location. John L. Hitchcock is a Tacoma and Seattle visitor this week. Many of our chicken mcn are dis- appointed in no being able to get as many chicken,,as they want. Hatches are said to be very poor for some reason. Mrs. Win. Seeckings is spending a week with -friends in Tacoma. DAYTON Glen Harris was over fi, om Ander- son Island Tuesday, visiting- at the Reed's. Mrs. Ore Haarberg of Seattle is I visiting hhends on the Island. She expects to leave in about two weeks' for Norway to visit her mother, whom she has not seen for eighteen, years. I I ii HOODSPORT l Clnis Ward and family moved into their new home last week. tbpbert Finch is taking Rufus Dun- bar's place driving stage between Shelton and Olympia. There was a parw given at the home of Ida Ward last Sunday in honor of her birthday. All had a good tim Chris' Ibbotson has purchased a home in Olympia and moved,: there last week. Thcre was a social given in the gym Thursday night to help raise funds for the repair of the mis.sion- ary boat, Robert Seymour. Rev. Hall brought a number of people from Dcwatto to attend. The social was a success,: both financially and social- ly. Clarice Itanson is spending Easter vacation at her ]lOlne nero. Mrs. 1 i'. Price md dadghzer Lucille .Mrs. Jas. Simmons and children vis- iLcd friends,here Sunday. Mr. and :[s. d. M. l,andis made a tap to So'Grit la;,;t weal< o attend !i.t: IUrlC,'IL1 of IJ.r. l.arMis' ililgteF, ;'l t'N..h,;.kliIH 2kLb;HlOt'C '. 511"3 5','liQl trod (_}acar Ahl nLt,tl' (:d li;c (,,.!vt..'" ' 5 11iC.!';1/' t::; Sh:L:, ),J!.':],., (.;2 ,"i?. "t:'Ll'd ,Hd O!;.'av xmd., 1 .o. Irs. F, E. : ,"o',ard has been quite seriously ill lm ', ,.," time, Dr. Rob- erts being called . ,,u-nd her Tues- day. The Parcel Post Sale was a grea success, over $14 being netted for missionary work. All had an enjoy/, able time, many laughable sales be- ing made. ltefreshmeuts were served by the ladics of the community. Ray Bailey made a trip to town Tuesday. We like his new auto fine, but don't you think lm ne&N a new license plate ? Gus Hensel, who has been ill for a long tin]e, ]s still very poorly. Capt. F. E. Southard called at the G. E. Hickson home Sunday mornnig. J. Olscn is erecting a fine new hen house. Mrs. J. tt. Johnston and son Ron- aid, Miss Gulliver, Miss Seamons and the Hickson family attended tim ball game between the Shclton high school and Camp 2 teams at Camp 2 ' Sunday afternoon. Several of the Dayton people had the hard luck to be cauglt in the l snowstorm on their way home from i town Tuesday. Mrs. J. Morgan and family visited I at the home (ff Mr. and Mrs. Will Johnston at Skokomish Sunday. Ole Roman made a business trip to Shelton Tuesday. Miss Hildur Cronquist is home for bar Easter vacation. We are glad to have her with us for a while. There will be Easter services next Sunday at the Sunday school by Rev. A. Self at 3 o'clock. "Kelly" says he is going hence, because if he is to be the next vic- tim of the wedding bells it is through no fault of his, but due to its being Leap Year; and so many fair con- t,.,stants in the running. Kelley won- d(rs wbich they ,vant most, him or the piano he drew at the parcels post sale. i ALLY00, t FRIDAY, APRIL 2, 1920 JUST BOOKS FOR CHILDREN The Selfish Fox, Chicken Little, Small Red Hen and Three Little Pigs, each ........... 50 Peter Rabbit and Sammy Squirrel, each.. .40 Mother Goose and Her Goslings and Mother Goose Nursery Rhymes, each.J1.00 Anita Stewart's Songs and Games for Children ............................ 20 Payson Boy Scouts Series (12 vols.), each. .75 Mary Jane Series for Girls, each ......... 60 Tuck Me In Tales, each .................. 60 The Five Little Pepper Books, each ....... 1.50 Tarzan Books, each ................ ,.. .85 NEW BOOKS Man of the Forest--Zane Grey .......... $1.90 Uneasy Street--Arfhur Roche ........... 1.75 Cup of Fury--Rupert Hughes ........... 1.75 M/m with Three Names--Harold McGrath 1.75 Red and Black--Grace Richmond ........ 1.60 Rim O' the World--Bower .............. 1.60 Sisters--Kathleen Norris ................ 1.60 Daughter of the LandPorter .......... 1.50 War Lords of Mars--Burroughs.. ....... 1.40 Many Popular Copyrights Journal Stationery Shop a luncheon for a few of her little together by smaller cross logs about five feet from the ground and fas- school friends. Her friends were Margaret Zandelt, Marie PaterSon, Amy Cripe and her sister Dorothy. Miss Gertrude Reed was a visitor of Miss Arbutus Cripe Monday, March 22nd. Mr. and Mrs. Bunt Williams spent Saturday and Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Henry Buding. I Campaign sarts o Easter Sunday and continues one week. Tm Free ,Motion Picture:,shows AT LYRIC THEATRE, FRIDAY, APRIL 2ND , A big feature"The Border Ra"ders" and Christie Comedy. will appear in her nat;iVl costume, Special Easter Services in the Churches. .?, %/ Mrs. Tweedie and daughter Hazel were ant'attained at Robins' Fiday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hitchcock and baby were visitors at Mr. and Mrs. Will Budding's Sunday afternoon. Miss Arbutus Cripe went to Ta- coma Tuesday, returning Thursday evening. Mrs Frank Raisoni and Mrs. Twed- (he were afternoon wmtprs at ML IJVING PIONEER TELLS O and Mrs. John Reed Sunday. FIRST COUNTY SETTLEMENT Mrs. Zandell and Mrs. ,Reeil were - afternoon ;eisitors at Cripcs' Monday.:l (Continned from page I) Mrs. Tweedie and Miss Hazel had been left. These were.taken by I Tweedie were luncheofi guests of he Indians to Olympia and returned Mrs. Emil Ericson Saturday after- to the owners. A house wm obtained arid the pal'V remained in Olympia until it was'deemed safe to return to their I lmmes. A fm't was then built on Mr: Collins' place between the Squaxon I nd U;r,' Skoolmm bays, an ideal ],c:,,t;,n}. t,.,'h hanks fuamshed lmlf ttm fortification. The remaining dis- :.e,, wa,' ele.:d by a stockade hnilt .f : 1./,.-; ::. g upright and l,mmd tened to the upright logs by means i of wooden pins. Inside this enclosure double log cabins were built, each to 'accommodate two fmnilies. It was known as the Arcadia stockade. She remembered as those protected by this fort; in addition to the Simmons family, the families of David Shel- ton, William Morrow, Jack Morrow, Alfred Hall, Frank Kennedy, John T. Scott (father of Harvey W. Scott, at- tin,yards editor of the 0regonian), and several bachelors. These com- prised probably the ant;ire white set- tlement of Sawamish County (later renamed Maspn in honor of the act- ing governor). There was no Indian arrack'there by the hostiles, and the friendly Indians did not molest the homes So hastily abandoned. On November 13, 167, Miss Sim- mons was married to John N. Koontz, Their children are Mrs. John U. Smittl of Newberg, Oregon, and the Misses Nettle and Jessie Koontz. She is living with the last-named daughters at 1501 First street, Che- halls, Wash. The biograpby of a brother, lich- ael T. Simmons, jr,, was published i this coluiim on May 16, 1916.,-- lh" E(h,}ond S. ]\\;'l,:'y, Professor of History, University of Washington. peon. lIiss Gertrude and :[hby Reed ,were visitors of Miss Anna Tillquist l Fri(hv evening'. Mrs. Zandcli was a luncheon uest of M':. Tweedie 5'l, ond33 ". 3r}'s Allsr ISt I'(tors:m aid 1 fl "' " . '" t - x ' r ::,,,n (,bathe went to laeolna Sutl(ld,, i' [" )'HO(;?I. !':th hh'tl,day I'T(,,I: y g;['i,,m;.n vc:f'. t i;,, ,.t , ;', , t;  I : "l,t,H2 l,,*Ub V, (k:Y.. " ...................................................................... Spec.ial One 6-qt. Convex Kettle with Cover. " One 4-qt. Convex Sauce Pan with Cover. One 2-qt. Cereal Cooker I / piece. You may purchase indi- I 2-qt. Cer_al Cooker: ....... $1,00 2-qt. Coffee Pot ..... $1.oo 00utchess 8-qt. Dutchess Kettle ..... $1.25 A beautiful piece One 2-qt. Coffee Pot. One 6-qt. Dutchess Sauc 'ot. One 8 qt. Tea Kettle. One 8-qt. Dutchess Kettle. One 14-qt. Roll Rim Dish Pan. / Followin are :the pric,es of each vidu'al pieces. 8-(i{:. Tea Kettle ........... $1125 14-qt. R'oll Rim Dish Pan..$1.25 6-qt,. Convex Kettle ....... $l.25 4-itt. Convex Sauce Pan...$1.00 This is one color Blue Ware, sameinside andout. of goods, guaranteed first class. 0}" A 1" ',=; 1: !'(;Y,'l Kr lt::; I'CCO VLWG: t a'|'OI 0 ',:li l,'tceiLb i!i;h:'a:. , r[  ,' .,tr. ja,,, l',leccl.',el u2clG {,],c -,ce!: ': ......... elm Lcc. ' .bLr. [J Uil. JohI],,;ou i; ;. [ (.ll ('i i] " t few (.[-tys ill, Seat, tie. Otto ttifler was hurt while at work olzc d,xy ]m.:'C \\;vctk. !:ir. and iErs: Fed, !,ord vi;;it)d f:tJen(ls and rh:tives here Nst week, ],,_,,te:" };i(,khi,.:.cr :,pent the wc.'k eh(l in ,<3eal.tl% \\;,.:here .: aLteaded titc auto slow. 2,ir. and Mrs, James ]l]eockex "H:;- itvd u;, Mrs. r,iatsmfs home h,- l,iili- Walt i) :!r,t/tay. We were all zu;:li:;>d to fiud the ground white with snow on ,tarch, the 31st, 1920..The ehihh'en were not cheated out of their snow fights,.this . winter alter alk i PLEASE COMPARE THESE PRICES WITH MAIL ORDER CATALOGS I 1 t  Eriek Adegard returned home after a two weeks spent visiting his people in Seattle :and Tacoma. Now he is as busy as a bee getting' in hM early vegctab[cs, Out: good judge is' also putting iu his garden between sl[ow- ers. We are having a "Duke's Mixture". in the weather line-sunshine, rai, snow .and hail, and wind for good measure. It blew so hard today that it toppled over a pile of wood Mr.l JMmson had in the hed. Some ' i for tlis quict spot. wind h!rs. C. W. Baird was a cMlcr at Mrs. Hansen's last SmUdgy, C. W, Ilah'd took his; truck to Allyn last Thursday on a shopping tour. G' I}4";/libJ lil() 'OF iL ]t,'w.bt)]'ii(l "lC*i? -oniy lr,:'ile a few S S S (}It the road brA. never nm into the brush m: clinb,q :.,,,;" :x'.mi;n, Sprirl.:' ;s sure ]'.m'G a,. the S%- (itif bv)Ts get, our %.,ere Dikrs la,::t, S;itday tt(t allwcre out for their spring rides. With all this changeable weaother the Stadtum ladies lmve the spring fever in the line of house cleaning. Som are papering and during, a gene(al house cleaning. Mrs. Win. Cronquist and family were callers on Mrs. E. Cronquist one' day last week; R. F. Johnson was a Stadium vis- itor last Sunday to see his children. Charles Seiners still has a crew of men making lanes and roads to his lands. We are in hopes he will keep .the good work going, as the' more neighbors we get the merrier. S; Hansen is working on his new' boat and worldng on his place be? t"een times.' i " '[ . . ' Masters Htmk and Adolph Hansen l ae getting to be 'egular : [They hauled' wood and also last Saturday. . ' PRICES IN THE THOMAS O'NEILL