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April 8, 1941     Shelton Mason County Journal
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April 8, 1941

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Page Four I Owners To Pay s. A. LllANS ARE 3% Sales TAX 0“ STILL AVAILABAE New Buildings]; rm mm}, FARllllliliSi portant change in sales tax pro-. Aberdeen, April 1. An im— visions affecting builders of new lFarmcrs Unable To Finance 1941 homes was revealed yesterday byl attor- l hey-general, who spoke before the} Ralph Sproule, assistant chamber of commerce. Operations May Apply For Operating Credit I Farm families in Thurston and Under the present law, SproulelMason counties unable to secure said, a contractor purchasing ma— lfinancing of their 1941 operations is considered a buyer ing therefore must pay the two per-{to purchase necessary terials for construction of a build—[can still apply to the Farm Se- and lcurity Administration for a loan livestock, cent sales tax on all building ma- lequipment. seed or feed, announc— terials he purchases. The new taxing provisions, ef—Lpervisor, 401 fective May' 1. change the classi- iOlympia. fication from buyer to seller. This {filed now so .es R. E. Gross, county FSA su- Seeurity Building, Applications should be preliminary work different classification means the :‘Such as farm and home plans can . builder will not be forced to paybc finished and the loan approv- ' the new three percent sales taxled before available funds are ex- on purchase of articles to behausted. used in construction. but must col— 3 three per- involves: the total cost lect from the owner cent sales tax on Eligibility for FSA assistance 1. Satisfactory tenure as own- of the building and send the col- or or renter of a family type farm lection on the tax commission. Tax 0n Owner Under present circumstances the = contractor may shift the lwhere little outside labor will be 1 required. I 2. Evidence that sufficient op- . l . . tWOzeratlng credit cannot be secured Percent tax he Pays 0-“ 10mldi-le‘i‘lfrom local banks, production cred- materlals t0 the P9130n for Whom ; it associations or other sources. he is building. The new law states 3 that the tax will be collected di- rectly from the home owner. and .based on Carefully worked Win 110‘: be limited to lei’y 011 Afarm and home management plans 3. Ability to set up diversified crop and livestock, enterprises out materials used in the building. but 1 together with maximum produc- Will apply 0n the total cost of atlon on the farm of food for the the finished building, which also i family and feed for livestock. would include the Over $5000wlnvolved In Defaulted Actionlimchmery and other Judge D. F. Wright grantedl cost of labor. l 4. Willingness to cooperate with lneighbors, where feasible, in joint lownership and use of necessary production liacilities. Farm families threatened with judgment in supermr court Sag ‘foreclosure or faced by debts be- urday in favor of the Bank 0{swelitl the capac1ty of the farm to California. acting as an executor, ;repajy 03}? ,1“, ,many mStanceS es“ and against Elmer E. Erickson in ilabllsh e_llg‘1b111ty forloans by us- the amount of $3,835.83, plus $300 :mg the farm debt adlustment 581“ in attorneys fees and court costs "Vices 0t local committee 301.03, plus $100 in fees and costs or the tents by voluntary negotiation . I in c '. r‘ ' ' _ m one cause fm, (whom, and $1, {FDA olfites in reaching adjust l l l l in a second (38.1280 fOI’ issory notes. The Abstract Man of Mason County A. L. BELL Abstracts, Real Estate Loans and Insurance BELL BUILDING SHELTON, HOME LOANS O Convenient Terms O Reasonable Rates 0 NO DELAY Mason County Savings & Loan Association Title Insurance Bldg. action on alleged unpaid balances on prom~' WASH. .. t» I; .-.l 1, ..~.=, :.,.¢.;;.A,~ ,- . How Much New Furniture Have You Bought in the Last Years? HE chances are you’ve added more than you realize. and need more insurance on house hold effects than you are carrying. ll you want to check up, we shall be glad to give you 3 Residence Inventory booklet. _We can bring your insurance up-todate at a moment's notice. Also, we take the financial guess— work out of insurance by placing it with strong capital stock companies. You can never become liable for assessment. HERB ANGLE Lots l WATERFRONT PROPERTY Within Miles of Shelton Wilbert Catto WALKER PARK n between debtor and creditor. Applications for FSA assistance ‘Can be filed on Wednesday and Saturday mornings, while group meetings of applicants are held every 2nd and 4th Wednesday of the month at 2 p. m., at the Y.M.C.A. in Olympia. iTitanium Found In Iron Deposit In Elma Vicinity Elma Chronicle, April 3. Ti— ; anium, one of the rare strat- icgic metals, has been found in (the South Union district iron de~ lposits in satisfactory quantity, in jassays made at the college of ,‘mincs of the University of Wash- iington, and a party of 12 stu- ldents, accompanied by faculty lrepresentatives, will be in Elma isoon. maybe next week, to make a thorough study of the iron , iclds here, it was reported at Ithe Chamber of Commerce meet- ing last week by Frank S. Smith. It 'is understood that the only element in doubt is the amount of liron ore in the local beds, and ithe deposits were to be “skinned” {by bulldozer priorio the arrival lof the university experts. The lproperty is owned by the Port 'Blakely Land Co., which is re- ,ported all set to develop it if lpreSent indications are borne out. A big iron mine just outside of lElma wouldn’t be so bad. Little Fellows Pay Big Taxes I Tacoma. — The “little fellows” I tle in the eyes of the income tax men—paid more than twice as ,lmuch in income taxes last month . as in March last year. L Persons whose gross 1940 in- ?' comes was under $5,000 paid l $1,272,279.49, compared with | $524,132.23 in the same period a year ago, Clark Squire, col- lector of internal revenue, re- , ported Thursday. 5 From persons with incomes above $5,000, the government col— lected $4,244,438.09, an increase of 91 per cent over the amount they .‘paid in March, 1940,. March col- lections from corporations were $4,882,128.20, compared with $1,- |953,400.01 the same month last iyear. ! The year’s collections to date, ,Squire said, are $10,398,845.78, an iincrease of 121 per cent over last year's $4,698,011.64. Mrs. Chitty Gets $10,000 in Award Washington, April 4. —— The Senate passed a bill today spon- sored by Senator Horner T. Bone, ‘Democrat, Washington, awarding :$10,000 to Mrs. Artis J. Chitty lof Tacoma, Wash, whose hus- iband, a United States marshal, died after an attack by federal ‘prisoners last August. 1 The senate claims committee halved the amount but Senator lBone successfully urged the full ltotal be restored, although Sen- lator Barkley,‘ majority leader, lsaid the practice had long been fto limit such payments to $5,000. l I l l , Tell the prospects wnere you are. ‘ with a Journal Want-Ad Journal VVant-Ads—Phone 100 Acreage lin Washington and Alaska —— ‘lit-- ____n__- .r.______.- _ ___._ .._________.._______,_-___,._..__ . 0:9. 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9.00.”.99300.99.99:oo.y9.99: .99.».99.99.9 0 0‘0 0‘0 0‘0 0.0 0.0 0.0 000 0‘0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.00.0 0.00 0 0 .3. 9’9 0.0 0 0 0 0 0.00 0 0 0.0 0.0 0 0 ’9 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00 0 0 0 0 0 0 ’90 ’9 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0.0 0 .0 .0 0 .00.. 0 0 0 0.00.0 0 0 0 0 .00 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 9.0 000 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0 0 ’9 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 00 0 0 0 00. 0 0 0 0 0.0 0.00.0 l l l l °9 9 o. ’9 0 0 0 ’9 0 0 0 0 0 0 00.00 0 ’0 ’9 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00.0 '9 o 090’ 0.99.99 0 0 0 0 00.00.0‘0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0 0 0.0 0 ’9 .’¢ 9 :09; 0 0.” 0 '9 0.0 0‘ 0.0 0.0 0.0 o .0 0.0 0 '0 o 9 u. 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These bicycles are the latest streamlined models and are as fine bicycles as money can buy. Win- ners will have choice of equal quality 'in ladies' bicycles. (Ladies‘ bicycles do NOT have as much extra equipment as the men's). o 99 9 e o 9 9 9 9 9.0 :9. 9 o 9 u. 9 o 9 9 .0 o ’0 9 0 9 .0 9 ’9 "o o o o o 9 o o9.¢9 .0 ‘0 .0 9 o o o 9 .0 o 9 o 9 o ".0 99. 9 9 '0 .0 '0 9 ‘0 ’0 9 «.o o o 00 9 o 6' S o990.099.990990990o.9“o“o“¢"o. ll 9 9 0:.0.00: 9o 99 99 09 9. o9 09 90.. , , There are THREE OTHER PRIZE BICYCLES which will be awarded to the three candidates securing the next highest number of votes for subscriptions (after the two District Capital Prizes have been awarded) regardless of place of residence. 90.9.0999. "‘1 4 {3} IE 13’" (Lt-a- There Are Two District Capital PRIZESII 2 Fully Equipped, Latest Model BICYCLES, helton city and the other will be given to the highest candi- date living elsewhere in this territory outside Shelton city mits. On- Display in tlie Windows of Lumbermen’s Mercantile Company THIRD and RAILROAD SHELTON Shelton Hardware and Furniture Company 103 RAILROAD SHELTON Sleyster‘ Bike Shop T’HIRD and COTA SH ELTON 20" per cent Cash Commission GUARANTEED TO EVERY ACTIVE NON-PRIZE Only as many- candidates will be allowed to be active in this cam- paign as there are prizes. The high- est of these active candidates will receive the prize‘ biCycles. The re- maining active candidates will be paid a cash commission equal to 20% (one-fifth) of every dollar he or she turns in for subscriptions. FOR FULL AND COMPLETE INFORMATION, call on, telephone, or write CAMPAIGN MANAGER Office open each evening 1111t Shelton-Mason Conn This campaign conducted with the recommendation and under the authority of the Washington Newspaper Publisher’s Associatiofii WINNER VOTE SCHEDULE AND SUBSCRIPTION PRICE Special Price for Campaign Only Outside Votes on Votes on New In Shelton by Carrier Shelton Renewals Subscriptions By Mail 1 Year -------------------------------- .. $2.50 $2.00 1,000 2,000 2 Years ------------------------------ A. $4.00 $3.00 3,000 5,000 50,000 extra votes will be issued on every “club” of’ $20.00 worth of subscriptions turned in. A “club” may be composed of small or large amounts totalling $20.00. This arrangement will be in effect during the entire campaign- No subscription for more than two years in advance will be accepted through any one candidate. Subscribers may pay their arrearages AND up to th years in advance at the special rate. NOTE:—-—The special prices will be in effect for the dur- ation of this campaign only—until May 3, 1941. Subscrib- ers living in Shelton CANNOT receive The Journal by mail. 0 o 9 o o 0’ v’ ‘ ‘ o9.90.90.«.oo.09.«:oo:o 9399393.? :99:99:99:09:00:00:09’09‘99'9do’w’09 9o’¢9°9¢:9¢:90:¢9:90:99:09z9o:99:o9:99:90: 000‘00000 For the duration of the Shelton-Mason i 1 rustle. .: (30m m Journal’s big subscription campaign until “52;? n. urday, May 3~—you may subscribe, renew o o . I up your subscription at the Specral Cam ‘ ,ee price of— gag; Ore rtlcipan 0 Count .00 SB .0 3 “ ass 0 " " gri I . irrigate Pig . ‘ l , the FOR TWO YEARS FOR TWO YEARS t‘i‘frigg J... by Mail by Carrier in Shell. “dong” (Petlple Living in Shelton Cannot Receive The Journal by Mail) "j i 1‘ figg?p‘ .001 / i‘ Oint' ’Etr agr and Get Your Share of These Prizes and CommiS‘ LOOK! — 10,000 - TO ENTER — Just send or bring this Nomination Cou-Votes in,“ , t 6m. T pon. It starts you with—— CUT THIS OUT I hereby nominate I (write address plainly on this line) Approved by ............................ __ (Signature of Parent or Guardian) THE SHELTON-MASON COUNTY JOURNAL Mail or bring this coupon to The Shelton—Mason County Journal office, 107 South Fourth, Shelton, Washington. I I I As a Candidate in the Subscription Campaign of l l l This week the Journal’s campaign should be getting underway in T9 , and you must get your nomination coupon in real soon if you wish to be ‘- the list of prize winners. Can you think of any better way to get yourself an exceptionally f'. than by winning one of the 5 grand bicycle prizes to be given in The) subscription campaign Don’t be discouraged by a slow start—it is usually that way. If _; V working, you will find that your work will soon bring you good results- Be sure to keep careful track of all your promises and to call back for the subscription at the appointed time. The bicycle winners will have a choice of boys’ or girls‘ bicycles of equal quality. Be sure to stress the special cam- paign rate when talking to prospective subscribers. After May 3, the subscrip- tion prices will go back to the regular figures and it will be too late for the subscribers to take advantage of the special money-saving rate in effect dur- ing the campaign. Show your friends that you really mean to win one of the bicycles. They’ll get behind you if you show them that you are in earnest about your cam- paign. Everybody ‘wins in this campaign. Five win bicycles and the rest win cash commissions. It is up to you what you win—make up your mind that it will be the best we have to give! There are a splendid group of young- sters entering this campaign. Winning one of the bicycles against such fine competition will be an especially high honor. Candidates receive votes on all sub- scriptions they collect—new, old and back subscriptions. Subscribers who are in arrears may pay their back sub- scriptions up at the special campaign rate and give votes to their favorite candidate. The Journaltoffice is open each eve- ning until 8 o’clock and until 9 o’clock on Wednesday and Saturday evenings. We do this to help you. Come in any time that you want any information or assistance. Y. 00 0 .0, 0000000.00 0 00.0 0.00.0 0.0‘00‘00‘00.00.0 NOMINATION COUPON _____.‘____—— CA—MPAIGN NOTES?“ Journal 0999999999009” 09.99.09 9.99.99, « “ Amy .__—._—._...._._.__—’ VALUE 10,000 .voris‘s ______________________________________________________ '4 9’. ‘3' £3 :1 HQ! inmhmnmdf“' If you think you are beaten! a. If you think you dare not. $311! If you would like to win. I you can’t; 114' It’s almost a cinch you “’0 , .~ I l , If you think you‘ll lose. 3701,53 For out in the world you .5‘ Success begins with a fellow"? Its all in the state of mi11 g Full many a race is lost Ere ever a step is run, And many a coward fails Ere even his work is begun' . Think big and your deed-S Wig, Murith Think small and you’ll f3! 1 Think that you can and yOP‘dV Its all in the state of mm If you think you’re outcla' are; ,5 -. You’ve got to think high Fog . You’ve got to be sure of yo. u before v You can ever win a prize' Life's battles don‘t always 39' . To the stronger or faster A V P For sooner or later the man A, EIi; - Is the fellow who thinks he hfigacl .‘ en be V'm‘an but Shelton, Was " 107 South F " Phone 1'" 0 0 l