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' , Aril 3, 1941. \ \M_—_.__ -____ _. ____ ._ Consolidated with The Shelton Independent SOCond-class matter at the postofficc at Shelton, \Vasliington , ,l Subscription Rates: " girl“ Mason County (outside of Shelton city mail carrier districts) “lions’f mPntts, $1.23; 3 months, 75¢. Foreign $3.50 per year. Posla Iig th 9fbld residents of Shelton served by city mail carrier fron 'OunnAeil Journal by mail. ‘ 2.50 per CARRIER: in Shelton, 25¢ per month (collected by carrier) ,5 39?” In advance. Published every Tuesday and Thursday afternoon GRANT c. ANGLE Editor Manager Member Of “'ashington Newspaper Publishers' Association and National Editorial Association. IS OUR CLIMATE CHANGING? 7 MaF'Ch came in like a lamb and went out like- ‘ InWIth the entire month the mildest and dry- anmemory of the oldest inhabitant, and spring Weced so far ahead of usual that Puget Sound 'st rs are getting worried for fear some later Smay cut crops. .' »0°me friend left at our door a copy of the l O North Dakota, Forum of March 18th, pic- 9 g some of the storm terrors which cost 72 , at that reckoning in that and adjoining ‘c’cdue to a sudden wind and snow storm deathgught many people on the road to freeze I” Mex-ed as E 10.000 egere on Puget Sound we are as oblivious to the Weather conditions and danger as we are rch WEI? raging in the old world; we read of ~0N ny Cfilms in the “sunny south” and take our ayS of around 70 degrees as a matter of _ s . . ‘ne.’ Wondering if our seasons are really glng, ' INTERNMENT CAMPS IN ORDER 1 $11116 little public attention has yet been t that way it is apparent that soon there *ent or G eae bunt up in this country many concentra- ampaign, gimmps such as Germany and Russia have 3GUN I agaimured the “objectors” they did not stand nst a wall for shooting. c . :;M%f,‘;§hm fogeSWay the bad actors who are sabotaging hfomihation I; e1 1311 Ships interned in American ports, and __ _, as tement will soon be numbered in the thous- Alood and the safety of their lives. zes I ergo the government is waking up to the i Wheous element which is making trouble with- '6311 to W’s fgever It is possible to hamper this coun- ig the De. ar Orts to help Britain and get relief ready 3602:0ng putti’ and soon must undertake a big program dug this element where their preaching ercover work can do little harm. dun THE ATLANTIC ‘FERRY’ '_ Ill-s» to Britain in “considerably under eight edaccording to a British announcement. i. y S already have been flown across the a hal tlantic without a single loss. The crews twargntly start their powerful motors, roar ” Out of Hattie’s Camp, and “considerably ' din eight hours later set their giant ma- . lid . . . 3151,3360" hthWn on some British airdrome. They do lies wit h r . e coolness and unconcern of an easy ride judges I 3.111 ar , yet'here is one of the great dreams of 0 ' . 1 at: thls same stretch of ocean a decade ago .7 llg bet feeble machines desperately blazed air "cantile ’ were hWeen two hemispheres. Those that made j, Dearederoes of the hour; those that failed dis- : es W from sight forever, and from the front .cy - In Coernlght. Their effort was gruelling strug- Stqre iThe Inlpm'ison with the ease of today’s cross- I Very ease of the flight today is a tribute s section» .he . a . . . . c beyondl, aye dVancement 1n av1ation 1n the past 10 and amber 0f . 31's “ it will ', "Aberdeen World. 4 ,* Chosen YOU CAN’T SELL UNTIL”? FIND A BUYER! USEWANLADS i Tides of the Week Computed for Oakland Bay (Hood Canal tides are one hour 5.3 minutes earlier) 12.8 ft. 6.6 ft. 11.8 ft. .2 ft. Fri. High 12:27 a.m. 6:06 a.m. gh 10:50 a.m. 6:03 p.m. 1:34 a.m. 7:22 a.m. High 11:52 a.m. 7:04 p.m. Low {signings ’ “I W H LOW H H5an ."F’S". Low H Sun. April 6 H, H "rel-yr? NON-‘5‘ stw- ewes» resins» whose res-ism H Mon. April 7 H co—qmo: who,» wwmb H Tues. April 8 High . . Low 10:11 a.m. 3:34 p.m. 9:58 p.m. 4 :34 a.m. Low 10:52 a.m. 4:36 p.m. Low 10:48 p.m. High Low High H Wed. April 9 H H High nil-vans». PEPSI-DH} l-hHw-nHa ."PF'!" PP?!" """“" bioooio axon-Ace 5:08 a.m. 11:32 a.m. 5:34 p.m. 11:37 p.m. H Thurs. April 10 High Low High Low Food Stamp Sale— Again Sets New Record In March Blue surplus food stamps added more than $7,000,000 worth farm products in January to the of approximately 3,000,000 members of families thruout the nation eligible to receive public assistance, according to informag F. Balmer, di- rector of extension at the State College of Washington, from the surplus marketing administration. During January families taking part in the food stamp plan used blue stamps which increased their expenditures for agricultural pro- ducts approximately 50 as follows: 14 per cent for but- ter; 13 per cent for eggs; 31 per cent for pork products; cent for flour and other cereals; 14 per cent for fruit, and 12 per cent for vegetables Purchases with blue stamps, re- presenting new outlets for sur- plus farm commodities, about 2,700,000 pounds of butter, 3,600,000 dozen pounds. of white flour, 10,400,000 pounds of pork, 27,800,000 121,000 boxes of fresh oranges, 71,- I 000 boxes, of fresh grapefruit,r1932 CheVTOIQt Coupe- 146,000 bushels of fresh apples, Paint. Very good _. I |13,000 boxes of fresh pears, and«1935 Willy's Sedan- one $9 12.200.000 pounds of dried prunes owner. New paint ________________ ,_ land raisins. Balmer called attention to the fact that the entire state of Wash- .ington is now covered by the sur- plus food stamp plan and pointed out that not only are farmers receiving benefit through increas- ed purchases but many classes are benefiting‘from added nutri- tional elements in their diets. H oauw Fowl-15"” l-n-H-u-r I diets tion received by ‘rih ere is now need for extensive quarters for per cent, 16 per i, f0 be put out of the way, but Who will enjoy l included 24,000,000 and graham pounds potatoes, ma erican bombers are being ferried from “ Domestic Outlook For Farm Products Strong Domestic type farm products, such as dairy and poultry pro— truck crops, meats, arc in a somewhat more favorable position as a result of the increased employment in in— dustries as a result of the war 'and defense programs, says R. M. Turner, extension the State College of Washington. Turner feels that increased con- sumer demand is helping to im- situation and prices for these domestic type products are expected to be bet- ter in 1941 than in 1940, unless neavy surpluses develop. ducts, fruits and economist at prove the price If you Wish to Sell you’ll Have to Tell—Journal Want-Ads. SHELTON—MASON COUNTY JOURNAL‘ ' VVVVWVVV '7 7"" WV" For Sale “AAAOA mm A mAAAAAAA“ worth the price of $1075. Some terms. * * * 1 room house with brick chimney, cement basement and founda- tions. Good garage and wood— shed, well and small spring run- ning through property. About 1,§ acre good ground mostly cleared. Property is all fenced, A good buy at $475.00. Terms. Il< =l< * 5-room modern home on Island Lake. Best beach on lake. $1,700, terms. * * * Going boarding b u sin e s s will transfer house also. Investigate. * * =l= Business building in Shelton. Ren— tal income. Terms. $4,600.00. * * * FOR SALE 2-room cabin, finished in knotty cedar, with inlaid linoleum on floor, corner windows. Water- front lot 50 x 150 with tide— 1ands. Also boat and outboard motor. Located across bay. Plenty of water. Nice quiet place to live or spend your vaca- tion periods and week ends. Priced at (terms) $650.00. >l: a: >l= 40—acre farm located in Skokom- ish Valley, good soil and fair buildings. Will consider trade for Shelton property. Good terms to reliable party. $2500. * * =l= l-room log cabin on Isabella Lake. Terms. $950.00. >l= fill 5: FOR RENT ' 5-room modern home, large rooms with nook. Well located and in excellent condition. Fine yard, $35.00. I HERBERT G. ANGLE vvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvm Used Cars "VVVVVVVVVVV;V'VVVVVV‘” 1937 Studebake Dictator 4-door touring sedan. Automatic $ 5 overdrive. New paint ...... .. 1937 Ford “85” 2 door S sedan. Motor reconditioned 5 l 1936 Ford DeLuxe Coupe $ . . . above average .......... .. 1934 Chevrolet Master 4 door sen dan. New paint, 2 new tires. Mechanically ave..... 1931 Ford 4-door sedan. $ New paint ..................... .; ....... .. All ’41 state tested . . . All plainly priced BOB ERVIN 5th RailroadwEllison Motors Phone 94 Control Battle Looms in I.W.A. District Confab Raymond, March 27.~7(Special.) -—0pening guns in a battle for control of the IWA will be fired at the district No. 3 convention here April 5 and 6, local IWA officials indicated here today. Be- hind-the-scenes activity has been at fever pitch since the interna— tional convention at Aberdeen last August when a bloc headed by incumbent international officers won a hairline victory over oppo- sition desirous of taking an open stand against communism. Since that time, attempts have been made to divide large locals of the opposition by splitting off sections which sympathize with the international officers and granting those sections independ- ent charters, it is asserted. At least some of these newi charters are not recognized by the locals from whose member- The convention is expected to number more than 50 delegates ‘ coming from the Grays Harbor Puget Sound as far north as Shel- ton; Centralia-Onalaska and Lew- is county as far south as Ryder-l wood, districts. A total of 13 locals are included in the district. Norway Sees Sugar Possibilities in Trees Bergen, Norway; — Norway's trees may prove the lifesaver Dr. S. Samuelsen, director of the research institute of the Norwegian paper industry, he- lieves that in due time Norwegian forests can yield 600,000 tons of sugar annually from wood pulp. 4-H State Club Camp Dates Set 4-H club members from thru- out the state will be heading for Pullman on June 16-20 for the , twentieth annual State Club camp. I . One of the highlights in the tend the camp. . 4-H year, the state camp annually attracts over 1,000 club members to the campus of the State Col-,of club work for the members with a special schedule of events being arranged for lege of Washington .for instruc~ tion, fellowship and recreation. Delegations from every county at- leaders of clubs thruout the state. a U JOURNALW i Wmm . Fo Awwwwmmau FURNISHED APARTMENTS for (2 and 3 rooms). Very reasonable. Golds-j borough Apts, Second and Knee- land Streets, Shelton. va'vvmv' Real Estate “A” o...” Classified Service MILL WOOD One Cord $4.50 Double Load (2 cords) $8.50 PHONE 38-J vvvv—vv r Rent A“ A- AMAAAAAAA 7 acres of property on the Barron SALE OR TRADE: for) about 4 miles from Shelton, has; 175 feet of waterfront and 1,900; feet deep to the road. Spring; runs through the property andl there is lots of nice timber andl wood. This is about the la§tlF piece of waterfront property on, the Bay close in and is well city property 35 acres near Day- in cultivation, house. George Rebman, Matlock 3-18. 4—17—1M. OR SALE: Shelton’s most sight- ly building site, whole block, two blocks west school. rent cation. Good 10- 1 ton, 12 5 room, Route. 5-7~tf. FOR RENT: furnished three room‘ apartments. Mill Street Apart-4 ments. Phone 259-M. RENT '. school. i Lester high Price $750.00. Dickinson, Hoodsport. 3-18-20—25-27n4-1-3—6tI ,FOR SALE: C-1-13-c. 4-room modern house. Inquire 928 Railroad Ave- 4-3--1t. Eon i nue. 6-room modern , house completely furnished. Wm. Lunsford, 940 E. Cascade. 3~25~27—-4—1-3-8~10~6t) HERE IS YOUR CHANCE to buy some of the finest water— front property in the state. Lo- cated on Agate Bay, 10 acres cleared, fine beach, nice creek, PIANO TUNING fin town this week. Orders with Shelton Hotel Beckwith's Richmond. sleeping room for W. A. FOR RENT: woman or girl. Brodt, 121 E. Cedar. Phone 582- 3-27~—tf. Mrs. T. T. 4-3--1t. Store. 3-room modern Mal- 4—3—tf. FOR RENT: apartment private bath. lows Apartment. DO YOUR FEET HURT? Have} a free Pedograph print and footl at the Buster Shoe Store in Olympia. low bank, county road runs along back of property. 26x28 semi-burgalow, bath down, 2 rooms upstairs, full basement, composition roof. Home not finished. Drive out and see this property, you will like it. $3,300 terms. H. O. Lun- din, Route 2 or inquire Journal. 3-25—tf. MODERN ROSE HILL HOME. Kirkland Exchange. home. Plovie, 726 South First 4-1-3—2t. analysis Brown ‘ -————- ——————-——-—-—-————--— FOR RENT: 3 room house, bath, basement, partly furnished. In-‘ quire 320 Pine or Phone 231—W. S—4—1-3--2t. 5—1A9t I Easter Loans ——at— Lawful Low Rates $10-$300—confidential 5 to 20 months to repay. , UNDER STATE REGULATION Columbia Industrial Loan Co. 221 Security Bldg. OLYMPIA 4—rooms a n d 5 room furnished Adults only, 12th St. Nina Livingston. L—4—1-8—3t. RENT: apartment. FOR 1129 'VVVVVVWVV' Wanted ‘AAAMA‘ “A Shelton “M WANTED AT ONCE: carloads or: truckloads sound Maple and Alder Liberal Prompt settlements. Northwestl Chair Company, Tacoma, Wash-i 3-27--4-8—4t. BUILDING NEW LAWN, want rockeries shrubs planted. See Plovie, eve- nings, 726 S. First St. 4-1—3-8-10—4t. W TRAINING FOR POSITIONS EMPLOYERS AND CIVIL SERV- ICE constantly seeking trained office employees. EVANS Sim- plified SECRETARIAL SYS—. TEMS now make it possible for you to easily and quickly learn Shorthand, Typing and Secre- tarial subjects in 1—3 the usual time and at 1-3 the usual cost. At Home, in your spare time and with personal your own town if desired. Wei furnish you all text material 3 1—Lang W00d range. Wlth and brand new Underwood type- required. typewriter and terms so LOW it will amaze you. Write todayl information. EV-i ANS Simplified SECRETAR'i IAL SYSTEMS, Box 10, Jour—l nal office, Shelton, Washington“; 4-3-8-10-3t. ARE YOU BUILDING NEWl LAWN, want flower beds, rock- 'eries and shrubs planted. See. 726 S. First 4-1-3-8-10 Street. FOR SALE: modern auto camp, store, service station. 11 cabins. C a. m p. P——4-1-8~——3t. smooth, logs. scale. 1 large, Phone 5362 Higher price. Inquire Pines Auto Phone 253—J. For A Letter? Then write one on Eaton It's socially ington. PAY WITH American Express Money Orders FIR DRUG STORE IIIEGAL Puui'éilions NOTICE APPLICATION Washington Office of Sn- crvisor of Hydraulics Olympia TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Notice is hereby given that George A. LeCompte. M. D. of Shelton, State of Washington, ruary 20. Supervisor of Washington. Looking Stationery. correct. FIR DRUG STORE LARGE SIZE Duplicating SALES BOOKS 5¢ Each or 55¢ per dozen and flower beds, OF WATER RIGHT N0. 5364 We also take orders for all kinds) of special” PRINTED SALES BOOKS Our prices are an low or 1(5ch than outside salesmen can quote you. THE JOURNAL BE POPULAR Give Whitman Chocolates. Love thrives on thoughtfulness, bring a box of Whitman’s Chocolates —it’s the thoughtful thing to OFIR DRUG STORE Mixed Mill Wood Never been in Salt water $4.50 Cord 2 Cords $8.50 State of under date of Feb- iiled with the State Hydraulics, an application for permit to divert the public waters of Town Creek tributary of Oakland in the amount of 0.05 second 001]- 1941, tuition Olympia, E Bayv . . . writer Tuition, foot, subject to existing rights, tinuously for the purpose of domestic supply; that the approximate point of, diversion is located within Lot 2 of Section 16, Township 20 N., Range in Mason County. I showing the location and plan of said diversion and the place of the pro:. posed use is on file in the office of the State Supervisor of Hydraulics;il Wl for complete 3 A map Washington, such other information as is required by law. Ally whose Olympia. together firm or corporation injuriously af- gfected by said. application may file twith the State Supervisor of Hyd- raulics, at Olympia, Washington, such person. right will Plovie, evenings, NT ADS l lFOR SALE: with coils. Mrs. E. A. Robbins, 2 mlies south of Union. 4—1-3-8~—3t. SELL OR TRADE good work horse for drag saw. Heavy mare young horses up. 0. W. Walker, Matlock, Wn. 3-25-27--4-1-3—4t. l l _ l l in, i lobjcctions or representations. in writ- , ,ing, as he may desire to make, with-l :in thirty (30) days after the date ofi ilast publication, which date is April! l10, 1941. Witness my hand and official seal this lst day of April, A. CHAS. J. BARTHOLET, State Supervisor of Hydraulics. (SEAL) 4-3-10—2t. PHONE 38-J , 3-12—4-12—1MI LAWN MOWERS SHARPENED Keys made -— washing ma- chines repaired —— specialist in fine mechanical repairs and upholstery. Handy Man Shop FISHER‘S SAVETIME helps build vigdrous profitable hens. Every ingredient carefully se- chick has better1 chance. Start with SAVETIME today. See Fisher Dealer. Reas- onable prices. M and kitchen work. 4-1-3--2t. ‘ cooking Chateau 7—11, Union. . 1941- Offer $1.00 per acre. SE14 iacres). Description No. . Twp. 22 N., Range 1 W.M. Offer $40.00. Description No. 12. tion 7, Twp. 22 N., Ralf; e141 NW1/1 SEE/4 of Section 8, Twp. Offer $180.00 for NEH; 8131/4 and N. NW '1, , . l Scc- Section Nl/z NEM. NWM; NEl/Jt, SW14 WM; 1415 22 N.. CREDITORS , lIn the Superior Court of the State of! Washington for Mason County. Probate IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF OLGA MARIE ONSRUD, Dc- HEREBY GIVEN. that the Undersigned, Jacob H. Ons- rud. has been I qualified as Administrator of the Es- tate of Olga Marie Onsrud, Deceased. persons having claims , said Deceased: or ,, sald Estate are aggelmrigfptlclulrgdi ttfi i the undersigned will on Saturday, the the necessary vouchch attached upon the undersigned Administrator. Attorney of ,Record. at Suite 1, bcrmen‘s County. NOTICE W W M Description No. 13. Section 31, Tw . Offer $ NWIA SW14 and Tracts 20 and 21, Section 32. Twp. 22 N., Range 1 W. W.M. Offer $50.00 for all. Description No. Section 29. and SWI/I NEH/4. 31, all in Twp. 22 N., Range 2 IOffcr $90.00 cash. Description No. 16. except Tract Range 3 W.W.M. NElA Range SEL; NEI/i, Range 1 Description No. 14. Tract 17 except ceased. NOTICE lected. Every appointed and ham SW14 SW14, Section and that all against the SE14 and 1 . l12th day of April, 1941, at tho hour §W4 Section thc fornnoon of or h‘s'said day. at the {YURI door ‘of tho. Lum'lCourt House in the City of .bhclton, Magortisaid County and State, offer for sale, plaphh?ofa&1§ {Eggsglat not less than the minimum price. of tho SE14 . Twp. Offer $73.00. Description (or Traci 44). Section 31. ,Twp. Rangn 4 Offer $10.00. SW14 SEM; and SE14 SEl/i of Section 10. Twp. 19 N. Rangc 6 Offer $80.00. Deseription No. 19 (a). tion 14, Two 19 N., Range 6 Offer $160.00. ‘Description No. 19 (b). tion 22, Twp. 19 N., Range 6 Offer $160.00. Description No. tion 20, Twp. 19 N.. Range 6 Offer $1.00 per acre. NE‘A NEl/l. NV: se rve the same, nine o'clock SE»; SW14 20 N.. Dcscrip Building, Shelton. ‘ Washington. chlgnated as the action tion No. and highest and all the right, title, and lintcrcst of said Mason County, ‘Cepting therefrom, 'lic roads, stated below. advertising costs. pills to the of the business said Estate, and file such claims. With proof of service with the Clerk of the above entitled Court. cruising together i best bidders. NWJA, Sec— . within SIX months after the first publication of this Notice, all pub- strects or al-. leys now in use. or rights-of-way for roads now owned by. be appropriated at this date for pub—l CCC roads or streets. in and to tho however. CCC roads. SE14, Sec- to—wit: March 20th. or said claims will be forever publication, 1941, barred. sought to Date of March 20th, 1941. first JACOB H. ONSRUD. Administrator Estate of Olga Marie ()nsrud, Deceased, Suite . Lumbermcn‘s Bldg., lo Shelton, Mason County,l Washington. gCHAS. R. LEWIS. [Attorney for said Es- Lumber- Shel- County, Nl/z of Sec- llc roads, county, cribed real pro erties, id County and Description No. 1. lympic View Addition to Sheltnn, Mason County, $5.00. Description No. 2. and 10, Block 15. dition to Shelton, Washington. the five lots. Description No. and 5. Block 19. ,dition to Shelton, Washington. Descrl'tion No. 4. ,‘Block following situated ini to-wit: Lot 3. Block 12. (320 acres). Description No. 21. leu NEIA, swig. Nwi/4 NE14, NEV, NW1/4 NE1/4, tatO. . Ofrer , Twp,4 20 N.. NW1/1 NE‘A. NE%, SE 1/ SE IA 4 Section 22. Range 5 W.W.M.; Also [all of Section 23. Twp. 20 N., Washington. Range Offer OMER L. DION. r of Mason County. 4-3-1941—3t. Lots 6, 7, 8. 9 lympic View Ad— l $760.00.“ County. Offer $30.00 cash for . Lots 2. 3, . Olympic View Ad- County, (753.75 acres). _ tate, ship their support was carved. men’s The battle will become apparent in the fight over the seating of delegates sent by the newly-char- tered groups. Suite Building, Mason Washington. 3-20-27. Mason Treasure (SE 4—3-10—4t. 3 20-2 Mason Offer $16.00 for all. Lots , Olympic View Addition to Shelton, Mason County. Washington. Offer $10.00 for the two lots. Descriptioii No. 5' (a). 5. Block ‘ County, Cause No. 8 OF SHERIFF’S SALE OF REAL ESTATE Under General. Execution In the Superior Court of the State of Washington for Clallam County .CLALLAM ADJUSTMENT CORPOR- ‘ATION Plaintiff, WASHINGTON SER- VICE CORR. PAUT‘ZKE, also known as CARL 0.. -PAUTZKE. and DORIS PAUTZKE, his wife Defendant. Under and by virtue of a general issued out of and under Superior Court the State of Washington, _in and for 10th day or upon a judgment ren- dered in said Court on the 3rd day of February, 1941, in favor of Plain- tiff and against defendants, Pautzke, also known as.Carl O. Paut— and Doris debtors COMMISSIONEB’S NOTICE PRELIMINARY SUPPLEMENTAL BUDGET HEARING HEREBY GIVEN t the Board of County Commis- SIOners of Mason County have com- apleted and placed on file their Prev llmlnary Supplemental 'for expenditures for Mason County for! the fiscal year of 1941, consisting of unappropriated balance of Gas Tax (money from the year 1940. and NOTICE NOTICE l tha Lots 4 and Mason $10.00. Lots 1 and Mason Offer $4.00. Lots 1 to Block 43, Town of Al- Washington. Of- Lots of Allyn, Offer Town W‘ashington. Description No. 5 (b). 2. Block 39. Town of Allyn, Washington. Description No. inclusive. y Mason County. fer $20.00. Description No. . Block 59. Town of Allyn, Washington. . Lots 2 to 10 inclusive. Block 6, Detroit No. 2, Ma- Wasll‘ington. Offfil" $9.00. 0 in- Road Budget] Assignee vs. ounty, cop of said budget will be furnished an; 10 citizen who will of the Board for the same. is given that the' said Board of Commissioners meet at their office house in Shelton, Monday, April 14th at the hour of; tfwo o'clglck fp. for‘ _ e purpose 0 ixing e ina sup~ which W111 give the country the plemental budget for road expendi- sugar of which it is deprived, now that the country is practically cut off from foreign imports. execution at the office seal call of the (b). Further notice 7 and Mason County. 5800. Description said County, w i l 1 March, at the court Offer 1941. No. Carl son County, Description No. 8. elusive. and Lots 14 to 20 inclusive, Block 20. Detroit No. 2; i7, and . 'Mason County. 5$17.00. Description No. . :inclusive, Block 34; and Lots 1 to 12 inclusive and Lots 15 to 30 in Hood Canal yi& Improvement Co’s. Plat of Union, Washington. Lots zke, Pautzke. judgment Seventy and no-100 together with attorney's fees, est, costs and increased, costs, to me directed and delivered, I did on the 11th day of March. 1941, levy upon .all the right, title and interest of s d Judgment debtors in and to ollowmg described property to satisfy said judgment, El/z of Lot 2,. Block 11, Angleside Second Addition to Shelton, Ma- son County. NOW THEREFORE. NOTICE HEREBY GIVEN. That on Saturday. the 12th day of April, oclock in the forenoon of said day,’ I Will sell the above described prop- erty, or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy said judgment, together with attorney's fees, est. costs and increased costs. in all amounting to the sum of One hundred and two and 55/100 ($102.55) Dollars. take place at the East door of.tlie Court House at in said County and State. ' be at public auction, cash in hand to the highest and best bidder. ' .. Dated at Shelton. Wash, this 12th lday of March, 1941. and SWV4 N.. Range 360 acres (Total 2043,35 tures and that at said time and place) wife he ' sum ($70.00) Dollars. inter.- and any taxpayer may appear and heard for or against any part of‘ said supplemental budget. DATED at Shelton, this 2lst day of HARRY DEYETTE. County Auditor and Ex-Officw Clerk of. the Board of Count Commissioners. and Lots 6, Block 19, Detroit; Offeri Washington. March. 1941. Lots 1 to 30‘ inclusive. Block 41, Land I Offer to—Wlt : and 1 Mason $58.00. Description SW14 NW1/l. Range County, No. SW14 Section 18, Twp. 20 N., acres l l 3-27. 4~3—-2t. l Washington. gNWMi, SW14 NW1); except 2.50 acres, SE14 NW1/4 and SW53, SW14. 30, Twp. 20 2197.50 acres; 20 ft. strip, Nl/é NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that 1941' pursuant to and in conformity with an order of the Board of- County Commissioners State of Washington, duly made and entered on the 18th day of March, 1941. ordering the undersigned to sell, in the manner provided by law (Sec- tion 133, Chapter 263. Laws of 1927), Section NWIA except All of Range 1 W., 600 acres; Section 24. Twp. 20 N.. acres; and NEW, Range 2 W. excep Nl/g SE14 Range SEl/l. Mason County. Section 20, Twp. .Range 1 19.35 acres; Section 13. Tw . W.M. except of N1/2. ,Range 2 i NWI/l lSection 25, Twp. 20 N.. W.M. 320 acres; N. of Highway, SE14 NEH, exce t 2.50 acres in 9. Twp. 186.50 acres; SW14. Wl/z of SE14 Sctiion 1th, W.W.M. inter- 20 N.,1 ‘NVI NEA. E14 Said sale will and NV; SE14 Shelton The club camp program includes SW14 and will instruction in most of the NE»; phases and SEA SE corner. Range NW‘A. . NEE. SE14 Section I the . MARTIN, SlN‘l‘il-lef said County. i—s-w-éx. . many Twp~ 8-13-20-27. i i CARL , l at 10. Page Five RATES On Classified Advertisements i 10 cents a. line (5 words) first insertion, 5c 8. line each subse- quent insertion. charge 300. 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 save expense of billing. An extra charge or 10c will be made when billingfla necessary. Card of thanks 50¢. Classified Display Rates on Request. , Mini mum 'vvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvv For Sale “A ‘2. A AAAAMAAA FOR SALE: two wheel trailer and junior violin. Phone 371—M. P—«tf FOR SALE: 9 x 12 rug, good as mattress. smoking stand. PhUne 569-J or 122 Harvard Ave. FOR SALE: 2 small new, rug S. P—4—1-3—2t cow and car. Car $65.00 cash. Call evenings. Rose Philips, Matlock Route. 4-1-3—-2t. Lang incinerator for 3 pigs, $35 OR SALE: 4 year Holstein and Guernsey cow fresh in Septem- ber, Bang and T. B. tested $60. Phone 68, 9 to 3 week days. N—«4-3-8-«2t. ’ F lWILL TRADE A-1 family cow. Alvin Butler, Pot- latcli Route, ‘Shel mangle for ton. 4-3-8-10-15#4t. FOR SALE USED RANGES, WASHERS, REFRIGERATORS, HOT WATER HEATERS 1~—Lang wood range, with _________________ coils coils and electric hot plate ................. ................ .. 29.50 1—-St. Clair range with coils mall porcelain 1—Lang oil range, with coils installed with 100 gallon storage, complete .......... .. 75.00 l—Incinerator, all porcelain ________________________ .. 17.50 l—Automatic gas hot water heater, nearly new, plete with tank .............. .. 24.50 1»Speed Queen washer ,1—Voss Washer ......... .. l1-—Voss Washer . I1 Vos Washer .................... _. WANTED: woman to assist withg7_Maytag washers, rebuilt, new machine guarantee. 39.50 1——la.rge electric refrigerator 69.50 1—Monarch combination el- ectric and wood range, ...................... .. 99.50 NASH BROTHERS Used Department 127 Cota ........... .. 27.50 with coils com- 34.50 .. 17.50 . 19.50 9.50 late model New Electric Food Warmer Special $1.89 reg. price $2.35 SHELTON ELECTRIC ROFESSIONWWIIIWEIIIISY AAAAA“ AMA“- P ALDEN C. BAYLEY ATTORNEY AT LAW Title Insurance Building Opposite First National Bank Phone 23 Shelton INSURANCE HERBERT G. ANGLE ' Office at Angle Building ELLIOT B. SPRING Accounting Tax Services Bookkeeping Systems 123 4th St. Phone 565 WITSIERS FUNERAL HOME Licensed Embalmers W. A. Witsiers, Prop. Phone 180 ~ Shelton. Wash. MT. MORIAH LODGE 11‘ F.&. A.M. Next Regular Communication APRIL 5 M . H . N E E D H A M Worshipful Master J. L. CATTO, Secretary. No. NOTICE OF ANNUAL M E ETI N G The annual meeting the shore Telephone Company will be held at the Courthouse, Washington, 1941 at 2 p.m. M. ELLIOTT, President E. L. KELLOGG, Secretary. Bay- Shelton, Tuesday,~ April .4-8-10 v2t. _. .m‘“.