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1', April 8, 1941. Is Included ,Ilrplus Food Lists For April: CINCH F0 R CROWN x mt by the Surplus x . haveAgministration that feed “set”; added. to the Six Teams Still In Running For ‘- fwd st 01” Apr”. means] Three Remaining Top Div— . Wgtoh amp patthIDants ision Positions (has of t .Can serve greater ____ - MI hls healthful spring CITY BOWLING LEAGUE ‘ the . W. L. Pct. ‘I on “State's garden truckIParamount Theatre .46 32 .590 M1. means increased de- Cammaranos ............ .41 37 .526 A _Should prevent a price Driskel Hardware . .40 33 .513 . psg pile—up of earlv bump_ [Mason Laundry «<40 38 513 ppéd ' IAssociated Service .38 40 .487 , flee from the April listIWilson’s Cafe .......... ..37 41 .474 .‘ lgte and fresh pears. The'L- M- -------------- 37 41 -474 . is Surp1us food lists forIPastime ---------------- -- ~33 45 423 o, ctr ttlllows; High Scores -v: 0 s, a : _ GamevPaul Frcdson 243. ’ “‘1 pples’ Imh p0 Total—Bud Forbes 652. n es . and g and grapefruit, Matches Friday ‘0“ Porgmeatsvand lard; dried- 7 p. m. Pastime vs. Driskel, 1 ms, edible beans and Mason Laundry vs. L. M. , meal and homin 9 p. m.#Paramount vs. Wil- _ unt I y son, Associated vs. Camma- Our and w h o l e I ranos. Do“ ' 6 ,djgxiigd 01¢ bleonald A. Outside of first and last places, that let Supervisor of the very little has been settled for van glue f0061 stamps whichi , familiegee t0 public assist-, ~ purchaare strictly limited certain in the city bowling league after 26 weeks of play. With two weeks left in the schedule Para- list 36 of foods on the mount Theatre is an odds-on fa- . part-ic‘Orange food stamps vorite to capture the Crown, hav- IOCal lpants buy through ing a five game lead with only six ,3 “my Welfare depart- : good for any and all . er i'. V‘hVeneS 4. ing 5 0f the stamp plan _ In tliig'lllcultural surplus is , Image amounts of various ‘1: in t}11)lll‘chased with blue chin e eleven Western , 6g January, 1941. V d02e£:900 pounds; eggs, , 20030. 93,000 bushels; ' pounds; apples, h . gig-Opens, 7,000 boxes; to play, while Pastime is heavily favored to pick off the cellar ti- ‘tle, being four games down on the field now with six to go. The theatremen kind of backed into their favored spot Friday night for in spite of dropping a pair to Cammaranos they man- aged to hang onto their margin when Driskel Hardware, then in second place, lost all three to the L. M. and slipped to third be- hind the bottlers. Denna, 00 pounds, and 1,.I -Pastime’s triple loss to Mason 2; FMS of pork meats, Laundry sent the suds Chasers in- ;ereatnted out that food to a third place tie and left the .917 far 9 a. tremendous new tavern lineup mired deeply in the the. sagncultural surplus lbasement. Wilson’s Cafe advanc— . .; heamome time contribute ed to position to challenge for a I .- Dow and well-being oflfiI‘St division spot with a to 1 I 1011 of the population. verdict over Associated Service, so v the net result is that six teams iare still in the fight for three first division berths. | Individual stars of Friday’s play were Bud Forbes, who cracked off a 652 total to lead Wilson’s, Jess Daniels with 627 for Associated, Ron Dodds with 604 to top the laundry ,and George Merrick with .' \AL'T’V - CHICKS .,, ., ,‘ ALLEV (0-09 HATCHER‘I ‘PARAMOUNT ABOUT} IIN ClTY PIN LOOP I I I l I I l I I I l ) I I t 76in MC an even 600 to lead th . v OMA, WASH . e cams: : C , Wilson’s (2) Associated (1) ——-" Handicap 141 Handicap 173 .. LEGH p I . G. Tucker 571 Cotterell OTE :7) DORNs, NEW HAMPSHIRE, J.Miller 464 McConkey J,- ' Ay OLD LEG Fourre 502 Reader 494 I ~_ “30‘5"” Dummy 495‘Noblett 495 I I U S‘Zosrlées 652iDaniels 627 .v 73 924 2825 904 916 948 2768 I, S Driskel (0) L. M. (3) i . WHandicap 186‘ Handicap 66 . .Snelgrove 515‘Stewart 585 1 -------- " |‘ ,1“? ranch N.Snelgrove 402lMackey 547 I 'Of shelt‘i miles south- McGough 413‘Roberts 535i »;. quarter0n11m Shelton Bayley 521 Elliott, Sr. 526 I jhan I .mie West of M. Fredson 567 Carlson 577I --------- -‘ I V “ouch! W111 sell at pub- 917 851 836 2604923 940 973 2836 “9) , Pty’ shrill my personal Mason Ldy. (3); Pastime (0) |' ~‘ '11 mg at 11 o’clock, Handicap 135; Handicap 180 --------- g r A MoUEgng‘fx Dodds 604IDotson 472 mun) , 19h 0 sEY CATTLE 27 Woods 503 Friend 468 I Bun, 0Ws, 1 Good Guem- Ferwerda 480lMcElroy 486 ' .17yearr2-yr.-oid bred heif- Funk 453IB.’Ferrier 512 V ,_ Tuning heifers, A. Ferrier 543,Staley 475 K. , WOR EXTRA GOOD 896 874 948 27181391 821 881 2593 I fLyrfimK HORSES Paramount (1) Cams. (2) _ I; or any (51s, sound and gm)- Handicap 129} Handicap 63 . 1800 he to work; Wm A. Robinson 407lAronson 552 inty :ARM lbs. each_ Skelsey 474lPeterson ring tooth harrow. Forrest '491,Scott __—’ narrow; 1 2_h0rsé Durand 519‘E’. Fredson 591 ’ 1- 853 893 815 25615947 873 986 2806 Amp‘g'tato Ihorse cultiva I e chme. Panter, 1 mow- mnkin’ 1 hay rake; 1 WEEKEND VISITORS my in re lbeLg machine; 1 milk Mr. and Mrs. Jack Barclay and {h to be 1‘61:; Luaval separator. . ' nch Noon who recently moved to Portland, H (I mug . were weekend visitors here with I101: {rm It? as E :2: friends and relatives. If than :tcfillmnt of my age. ESTATE ADMINISTRATRIX way.Its ‘ cloak. T2011; sale starts Lydia Springer was appointed resu in t This, Cash. administratrix of the estate, 0f r her husband, the late James M. bussifidge, owner Springer, by Judge D. F. Wright R K Auctioneer in superior court Saturday. Carter’s d. .- . f 02- Cube 10¢ 3-oz. Cube 15¢ Blue-Black 5-oz. Cube 25¢ Sunset Green .lue Sunset Brown lolet Sunset Red Washable Black lte uhs to PINT AND QUART PRICES P‘nts Quarts Blue-Black Permanent Blue 1 .25 1.50 Permanent Red Violet & Green I- Q a "I 2 H F I . l I I I5 I I Tides of the Week Computed for Oakland Bay (Hood Canal tides are one hour & 55 minutes earlier) Wed. High 4 :34 a.m. 14.2 ft. April 9 Low 10:52 a.m. 2.8 ft. High 4:36 pm. 13.0 ft. Low 10:48 pm. 1.6 ft. Thurs. High 5:08 a.m. 14.5 ft. April 10 Low 11:32 a.m. 1.5 ft. High 5:34 p.m. 13.7 ft. Low 11:37 pm. 2.0 ft. Fri. High 5:42 a.m. 14.7 ft. April 11 Low 12:14 pm. 0.3 ft High 6:29 pm. 14.3 ft. Sat. Low 12:25 a.m. 2.6 ft April 12 High 6:17 a.m. 14.8 ft Low 12:57 pm. -0.8 ft. High 7:23 pm. 14.7 ft. Sun. Low 1:03 a.m. 3.3 ft. April 13 High 6:56 a.m. 14.8 ft. Low 1:41 pm. -1.5 ft. High 8:19 pm. 14.8 ft. Mon. Low 2:02 a.m 4.1 ft. April 14 High 7234 a.m 14.5 ft. Low 2:28 pm -1.8 ft. High 9:17 p.111 14.7 ft. Tues. Low 2:54 a m 4.9 ft. April 15 High 8:16 a.m 14.0 ft. Low 3 :18 pm. -1.6 ft. High 10:19 pm. 14.5 ft. Horsepower Decreases Because the density of the air de- creases with altitude, a car that de- velops 100 horsepower at sea level has only 82 horsepower at an eleva- tion of 5,000 feet and only 60 horse- power at 14,000 feet. I LEGAL PUBLICATIONS I CALL FOR BIDS District No. 25 will receive bids for 25 ricks of wood, 1 rick cedar, well seasoned and piled in shed by Sept. lst. Bids opened April 19th. I Board reserves right, to reject any or all bids. BERTHA N. PETERSON, (Clerk) Dist. No. 25. 4-8-10-15—3t. NOTICE OF SALE OF TIMBER 0N STATE LAND Notice is hereby given that on Tuesday, the 6th day of May, 1941, commencing at ten o’clock 111 the forenoon of said day, in front of the main entrance door to the county court house in the City of Shelton, County of Mason, State of Washington, by the County Auditor of said County, the timber on the followmg described 547 I state land will be sold at public auc- 432 tion to the highest bidder therefor, to-wit: APPLICATION NO. 16928 Timber on EI/é of NEl/A of Section 14, township 21 north, range 5 west, W. M., containing_ 80.00 acres, more or less, according to to the government survey there- of. appraised at $10,129.00. Timber on EV; of SE14 of sec- tion 14, township 21 north, range 5 west, W. M., containing 80.00 acres. more or less, according to the government survey thereof, ap- praised at $6,186.00. The above appraisals are subject to recheck and possible change prior to the sale date. According to the State‘s cruise there are approximately 4,606,000 feet red fir; 26,000 feet dead standing and down red fir; 20,000 feet cedar; 2,- 000 feet down cedar; and 62,000 feet hemlock. of the above de- be required to laws governing The purchaser scribed timber will comply strictly with slash disposal as found in Title 36, Chapter 1, Remington's Compiled tStatutes and laws amendatory there- 0. The purchasers of state timber are 491 I required to run out the lines and are responsible for trespass in case tim- ber is cut on adjacent state-owned 509 I property. Said timber on said land Will be sold for not less than the appraised value, as appraised by the Commis- Sioner of Public Lands in the manner provided by law, a statement of which is now on file in the office of the Auditor of said county. family, former Shelton residentslonTerms of sale are: Cash to be paid the day of sale. The purchaser of timber on state lands will have 5 years within which .0 remove said timber, with the priv- Ilege of securing extensions of time under the statutes governing. (SEAL) JACK TAYLOR. Commissioner of Public Lands. By FRANK YATES, Assistant Commissioner. 4-8-15-22-29. 5-6——5t. NOTICE OFSALE OF STATE TIDE LANDS NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That on Tuesday, the 6th day of May, 1941. commencing at ten o'clock in the forenoon of said day, in front of the mam entrance door to the County Court House in the city of Shelton, county of .Mason, State of Washing- ton, by the County Auditor of said CPUHIY. the following described state tide lands, together with the improve- ments situated thereon, will be sold at public auction to the highest bid- der therefor, to-wit: NOTE—No one except citizens of the United States, or persons'who have declared their intention to become such, can Iii-chase state lands. . App ication No. 10423. All tide lands of the second class; owned by the State of Washing- ton, Situate in front of adjacent to, or abutting upon lot 5. section 2. and. lot; 1, section 11, all in township 23 north, range 3 west, W. M., having a total frontage of 40.25 lineal chains, more or less. appraised at 1,006.25. Application 0. 10434. The tide lands of the second class, owned by the State of Wash- ington, Situate in front of, ad- jacent to or abutting upon that part of lot 1, section 13. town- Sth 22 north, range 4 west, W. M., lying south of the north 1650 feet of said lot 1, with a front-~ age of 14.28 lineal chains, more or less, appraised at $571.20. SubJect, however, to a right of Way for a State Road asshown on Plot No. 318 filed in the of- fice 0f he Commissioner of Pub- 10 Lan s at Olympia, washing- ton, July 10, 1929. aid lands will be ‘sold fer not less than the appraised value above stated an ,llpon the terms and conditions following: Not less than one-tenth of the pur- c ase price must be paid at the time of sale. The purchaser, if he be not the owner of the improvements. must forthwith pa to the officer making the sale t e full amount of the. appraised value of the improve- mefltS. as above stated. One-tenth of the purchase price must be paid annually, thereafter with interest on all deferred payments at the rate of 51X per centum per annum: Provided. That any pure aser may iiiake full payment of principal, interest and statutory fees at any time and ob- tain dead. The purchaser of land containing timber . or. other ,valuable materials is prohibited by law from cutting or removing any such tim- ber, or materials without first ob: taimngponsent of the Commissioner of Public Lands, until the run amount I ANT--ADS I I I i I vmvvvvv V v vvvvvvvvvvvvv For Sale “mt‘ AA“ A AMAAAA AAAAA I OR SALE: a good buy in a‘ small home; three rooms andi bath, plastered, cement founda-I tion, garage, corner lot. On Hill- I crest. Only $900 on very easyl terms; $100 discount for cash., A rent beater—see me now. M. C. ZINTHEO, Realtor, PhoneI 157, Title Ins. Bldg. 7 acres of property on the Bay! about 4 miles from Shelton, has. 175 feet of waterfront and 1,900I feet deep to the road. Spring runs through the property and there is lots of nice timber and wood. This is about the last piece of waterfront property on the Bay close in and is well worth the price of $1075. Somel terms. I :1: * 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. * alt * 5-room modern home on Island Lake. Best beach on lake. $1,700, terms. 11¢ 3!: :1: Going boarding business willl transfer house also. Investigate. 31‘ =0 ’1‘ Business building in Shelton. Ren- tal income. Terms. $4,600.00. =1: * * FOR SALE ' 2-room cabin, finished in knotty! cedar, with inlaid linoleum on floor, corner windows. Water- front lot 50 x 150 with tide- lands. Also boat and outboard motor. Located across bay.‘ Plenty of water. Nice quietl place to IIVe or spend your vaca- tion periods and week ends. Priced at (terms) $650.00. 5!: :1: =1: 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. 6 $ 5!: 1-room log cabin on Isabella Lake. Terms. $950.00. =l‘ all :9 FOR RENT 5-room modern home, large rooms with nook. Well located and in excellent condition. Fine yard, $35.00. HERBERT G. ANGLE ‘WVMVVWWWW Used Cars vvvm vavvvv‘vvvvvvvv" 1941 Buick Special 4 door Sedan. Fully equipped. $200 discount. - 1940 Buick Special coupe. Heater, DeLuxe equipment. Pric- $79 5 ed at book ................. .. 1939 CheVrolet 4 door $ I touring sedan .................... .. 1937 Ford 2 door Sedan. $ ' ' Heater ................................ .. 1934 Chevrolet Sedan. Re condI-I tioned motor. New $24 I paint .......... .. 133.3% if???..._??7_'___Y‘i*3-$ l 75 L. 1931- Ford 4 door. New $135 paint. Good 125 1935 Willys 4 door. Runs $ fine ‘All ’41 state tested . . . All plainly priced BOB ERVIN 5th & Railroad—Ellison Motors Phone 94 FOR SALE: ’37 Plymouth coupe,E also ’30 Model “A” dump truck.‘ See Betty Curl, Belfair, Wash. I 4-‘8-10—2t.l of the purcliasv I :I: " ‘ and deed issued. x n pdld All sales of state lands are made SubJCCIZ to the reservations of oils. gases, coal, ores, minerals and fos- 5115 of every name, kind and dcscrip—I 1.1011,. and t0 the additional terms and conditions prescribed in section 3 of chapter 256 of _the Laws of wow said land W111 be sold subject to the terms, conditions and reserva- tions of chapter 312 of the Session Laws. of 1927, relating to easements for riglits-Of-Way and the carrying of timber, stone. minerals and other products over the same. , JACK TAYLOR, Comniissmner of Public Lands. By FRANK YATES. ASSistant Commissioner. 5—6—5t. price has (SEA L) 4-8-15-22—29. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION ISOLATED TRACT 1 PUBLIC LAND SALE. DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR, U. S. LAND OFFICE at Spokane Washington, Mai-ch 29, 1941. .NOTICE is hereby given that, as directed by the Commissioner of the General Land office, under provisions of Sec-.2455. R. S., pursuant to the application or John W. Moran, of Shelton, washington, Serial No. . 018371. we Will offer at public sale,: to the highest bidder, but at not less than $9.00 per acre, at 10 colour; A. M., on the 23rd day of May, next. . {it I§his office, the following tract of an : NEl/l NEIL Sec. 26, T. 21 N., Oi. 3 Vi" “II “I b esae Wl no eke to en. but will be declared closed pwheln those present at the hour named have ceas~ ed bidding. The person making the} highest bid Will be reQuired to im-I mediately pay to the Register the? amount thereof. Any persons claiming adversely the above-described land are advised to file their claims, or objections, on or before the time designated for sale. HARRY L. CHILD. R 't . April 8—15-22-29. May 6—5t. egxs er I NOTICE OF WATER RIGHT APPLICATION NO. 5393 State .of Washington Office of Su- perVisor of Hydraulics Olympia TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Notice is hereby iven that Herman! Ahern of Shelton, .tate of Washing-i ton, under date of March 24. 1941.= filed with the State Supervisor of! Hydraulics, Olympia, Washington. an! application for a permit to divert the ‘, public waters of an unnamed'stream,. in the amount of 0.2 second foot, sub-l Ject to eXIsting rights, from April 155 to Octoberll of each year for the‘ purpose of irrigation and continuouslyf for domestic. supply; that the ap-I proximate pomt of diversion is 10—; cated within SW14 of SE14 ofSectionI 10, Township 21 N., Range 5 I in Mason County. ‘ A ,map showingI the lovatinn and plan of said (livers:-' YOU CAN’T SELL . =.FIND A jUYER! USEW v Wmmm Real Estate “‘4. AAAMAAAAAMMw FOR SALE OR TRADE: for city property 35 acres near Day- ton, 12 in cultivation, 5 room house. George Rebman, Matlock Route. 3-18. 4—17—1M FOR SALE: 6—room modern house completely furnished. Wm. Lunsford, 940 E. Cascade. 3-25-27—-4—1-3-8—10—~6t HERE 1’s, YOUR ‘CHANCE- to buy some of the finest water—- front property in the state. Lo- cated on Agate Bay, 10 acres cleared, fine beach, low bank, nice creek, county road runs along back of property. 26x28 scmi-burgalow, 4-rooms and bath down, 2 rooms upstairs, full basement, composition roof.i Homenot 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. HOME BARGAIN $100 Down, $25 a month for 4-room and bath home. Remodeled six months ago. Downtown location. BILL PEARSON Phone 259-W (home) 550 (office) 4-8-15-3t. PAY WITH American Express Money Orders FIR DRUG STORE CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank all our friends, especially the Pulp Mill Union and the boys from machine rooms No‘. 1 and 2 for their kindnesses and floral offerings during ' our be- reavement over the passing of our son and brother, Elgie Howard. Mr. and Mrs. Obey Howard and Family. CARD OF THANKS We Wish to thank the many friends of the late Andrew Hem- bury for their kindness and sym- pathy during our bereavement over his passing. Mrs. Irene Hembury Iline Hembury Jack Hembury use 15 on file in the office of the State SuperVisor of Hydraulics, Olym- pia, Washington, together with such {)ther information as is required by aw. Any person, .firm or corporation whose right 'Wlll be injuriously af- fected by said application may file with the State Supervisor of Hyd- ‘raulics. at Olympia, Washington, such objections or representations, in writ- ‘ung, as he may desire to make, with- in thirty (30) days afterdate of last péilllilication, which date is April 8, Witness my hand and official seal this 29th day of March, A. D. 1941. CHAS. J. BARTHOLET, State Supervisor of Hydraulics. (SEAL) 4-1v8—2t. NOTICE OF SALE OF TIMBER ON STATE LAND Notice is hereby given that on Tues— day, 'the 6th day of May. 1941, com« mencmg at ten o’clock in the fore- noon of said day, in front of the main entrance door to the county court house County of Mason, State of Washing- On. by the County Auditor of said county, the timber on the following described state land will be sold at public auction to the highest bidder therefor, to-wit: ' Application No. 16771 Timber on SWI/l of SE14 of sec- tion 36, township 20 north, range 4 west, W. M., containing 40.00 acres, more or less, according to the government survey thereof, appraised at $726.90. According to the State‘s cruise there are approximately 46,000 feet red fir; 189.000 feet sapling fir; 3,000 feet dead standing sap- ling fir; 1,000 feet down sapling fir; 2,000 feet cedar; 5,000 feet down cedar; 10.000 feet spruce; and 3,000 feet cottonwood; also 510 lineal feet of cedar poles. The purchaser of the above de- scribed timber will be required to comply Isti‘ictly with laws governing slash disposal as found in Title 36, Chapter 1, Remington's Compiled Egatutes and laws amendatory then:- The purchasers of state timber are required to run out the lines and are responmblc for trespass in case tim- bcr is cut on adjacent state-owned property.- Said timber on said land will be sold for not less than the appraised value, as appraised by the Commis- smner of Public Lands in the man— ner prov1dcd by law, a statement of which is now on file in the office of. the Auditor of said county. Terms of sale are: Cash to be paid on the day of sale. The purchaser of timber on state lands Will have 2 years within which tOA remove said timber, with the privilege time under the statutes governing. JACK TAYLOR. Commissmncr of Public Lands. By FRANK YATES, Assistant Commissioner. 5-6—5t. (SEAL) 4-8~l5-22-29. ORDINANCE NO. 333. AN ORDINANCE AMENDING SEC— TION II OF ORDINANCE NO. 331, PASSED BY THE CITY COUNCIL. APPROVED. AND ATTESTED BY THE MAYOR AND CLERK OF THE’ CITY OF SHELTON ON THE 20th DAY OF MARCH. 1941. AND PUB- LISHED ON THE 26th DAY OF MARCH, 1941, ENTITLED: “ORDINANCE NO. 331 AN ORDINANCE confirming the result of the special election held in the City of Shelton, Washing- t n, on December 3, 1940, for the a option of a plan for the con- struction of certain extensions and betterm nts to its munici al wa- ter sys em and authorizing the issuance of water revenue bonds of said city in the sum of $50,- 000 to pay therefor; providing for the exact date. maturities, form and other details of said bonds and authorizing and confirming the issuance and sale thereof." THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SHELTON, WASHINGTON. DO ORDAIN AS FOLLOWS: SECTION I: That Section II of Ordinance No. 331, passed by the City Council, approved and attested by the Mayor and Clerk f the City of Shel- ton on the 20th ay of March, 1941, and published on the 25th day of 'March, 1941, entitled: ' “ORDINANCE NO. 331 AN ORDINANCE confirming the result of the special election held in the City of Shelton, Washing- ton on December 3, 1940, for the adoption of a plan for the con- struction of certain extensions and betterments to its municipal wa- ter system and authorizing the issuance of water revenue bonus of said city in the sum of $50.- 000 to pay therchr: ,DrQVlding for the exam. (lute. olefin-inns, form ion and the place of the proposed' in the City of Shelton,‘ of securing extensions of‘ Classified Service I .. DO YOUR FEET HURT? Have a free Pedograph print and foot analysis at the Buster Brown Shoe Store in Olympia. 4-3 Easter Loans __at_ I Lawful Low Rates $10—$3007confidential 5 to 20 months to repay UNDER STATE REGULATION = Columbia Industrial Loan Co. 221 Security Bldg. Phone 53 2 OLYMPIA 5-1—9t I I ) Looking For A Letter? Then write one on Eaton Stationery. It’s socially correct. FIR DRUG STORE LARGE SIZE Duplicating SALES BOOKS 5¢ Each. i Jr 55¢ per dozen I We also take orders for all kinds of special-— PRINTED SALES BOOKS Our prices are all low or lower than outside salesmen can quote you. I THE JOURNAL I BE POPULAR I Give Whitman Chocolates. Love , thrives on thoughtfulness, bring ' a box of Whitman’s Chocolates ———it’s the thoughtful thing to d . OFIR DRUG STORE Mixed Mill Wood Never been in Salt Water $4.50 Cord 2 Cords $8.50 PHONE 378 3-12—4—12—1M I . [ LAWN MOWERS SHARPENED I Keys made —-— washing ma- chines repaired —— specialist I in fine mechanical repairs and I upholstery. Handy Man Shop and other details of said bonds I and authorizing and confirming I the issuance and sale thereof.” be, and the same hereby is Amend- Ied to read as follows: That the .City of Shelton and its officers be, and they are hereby, au- Ithorized and directed to cause to be tissued at this time water revenue bonds of said city in the principal sum of $50,000. said bonds to be in denominations of $1,000 each, to be Inumbcred from 1 to 50 inclusive, to be (dated April 1, 1941, bonds numbered 1 to 23 inclusive to bear interest at ill/2% per annum, and bonds number- ed 24 to 50 inclusive to bear interest .at 2:217... per annum, all of said in- forest to be payable semi-annually on the first days of April and Oct- ober of each year and to mature ser- ially in order of their number as follows: I April 1, 1942 $1,000 I April 1, 1952 $3,000 April 1, 1943 1.000 I April 1, 1953 3.000 April 1, 1944 1,000 1 April 1, 1954 3.000 April 1. 1945 1,000 I April 1, 1955 3.000 I\pril 1. 1946 1.000 I April 1, 1956 3.000 April 1, 1947 3.000 I April 1. 1957 3.000 April 1, 1948 3.000 I April 1. 1958 3.000 April 1, 1949 3,000 I April 1, 1959 3.000 April 1, 1950 3,000 April 1, 1960 3.000 April 1, 1951 3,000 I April 1, 1961 3.000 SECTION II: This Ordinance shall take effect immediately. upon Its passage approval, and publication as required by Law. PASSED by the City Council of the ,City of Shelton, Washington, and ap- 1proved by the Mayor this 3rd day of April, 1941. CITY OF SHELTON.WASHINGTON By Wm. STEVENSON. , Mayor. Attest: GLENN 'W. LANDERS. ’ City Clerk. Approved As To Form: I. CHAS. n. LEWIS. City Attorney. 3-8—1t. NOTICE OF WATER RIGHT APPLICATION NO. 5169 State of Washington Office lof Super- visor of Hydraulics Olympia TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Notice is hereby given that Dr. J. C ,Will of Puyallup, State of with the State Supervisor of Hyd- raulics, Olympia, Washington, an ap- plication for a permit to divert the ublic waters of unnamed spring tri- utary of Cases Inlet, in_the amount of 0.1 second foot, subject to ex- isting rights, continuously for the purpose of domestic supply for 20 cabins and irrigation of .lawns and gardens; that the apprOXImate pomt ,of diversion is located Within NWl/4, of the SE14 of Section 17, Township 22 N., Range 1 W.W.M., in Mason County. A map showing the location and plan of said diverSIon and the place of the proposed use Is on file in the office _of the State Supervisor of Hydraulics, Olympia, Washington, together with such other information as is required by law. Any person, firm or corporation whose right .Will be injuriously af— fected by said application may file with the State Supervisor of Hyd— raulics. at Olympia, Washington, such obJectio s or representations, in writ- ing, as 0 may desire to make, with- in thirty (30) days after date of |§ast19plublication which date is April . Witness my hand and official seal ,this 8th day of Jul , A. D. 1940. CHAS. .BARTHOLET. State Supervisor of Hydraulics. (SEA ) 4-1-8—2t. CALL FOR. BIDS FOR COUNTY ROAD EQUIPMENT -NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that sealed bids will be received by the Board of County Commissioners at ’their office in the courthouse |Shelton, Washington on Monday, ,14th day of April, 1941, at two o’clock 3p. in. for the furnishing of the fol- ;lowing equipment: I One 11,/2 or 2 cu. yo. capacity steel ' body dump truck with full fac- l tory equipment. Spare wheel I mounted back of cab. All tries - .7-20, Ground grip rear. Screen I over back window. Dual wind- 1 fhileld sw1pe. InSidc dump con- ro. I One 1935 Chevrolet dump now owned Iby Mason County Road District No. ‘2 to be traded in. I DATED this 24th day of March, I 1941. ' HARRY DEYETTE. | Clerk of the Board of Mason County Com- ] missioners 4 1 mm. -————_—— JOURNAL W Washing: , ton, under date of July 1, 1940, filed, the‘ at ' the ' NT . For Rent l A 1 [FURNISHED APARTMENTS for I rent (2 and3rooms). Good lo- I cation. Very reasonable. Golds- borough Apts, Second and Knee-I land Streets, Shelton. 5-7-tf. FOR RENT: furnished three room] apartments. Mill Street Apart- ments. Phone-259-M. C-1-13-c. (FOR RENT: sleeping room for I woman or girl. Mrs. Brodt, 121 E. Cedar. Phone 582- J. 3-27—tf. FOR RENT: 5 room furnished ‘ apartment. Adults only, 1129 12th St. Nina Livingston. L——4-1—8—3t. ,. .1 I I W V VW vvvvvvvvvv "7‘ Wanted “MAMAAMMW WANTED AT ONCE: carloads or truckloads of large, smooth, sound Maple and Alder logs. Higher price. Liberal scale. Prompt settlements. Northwest Chair Company, Tacoma, Wash-I ington. 3-27—-4-8—~4t. BUILDING NEW LAWN, want flower beds, rockeries and shrubs planted. See Plovie, eve-I 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-l plified SECRETARIAL SYS-i I TEMS now make it possible for_ you to easily and quickly learni I I I 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 tuition inI your own town if desired. We furnish you all text material and brand new Underwood type— writer if required. Tuition, typewriter and terms so LOW it will amaze you. Write todayI for complete information. EV- ANS Simplified SECRETAR- IAL SYSTEMS, Box 10, Jour- nal office, Shelton, Washington. 4-3—8—10H3t. ARE YOU BUILDING NEWI LAWN, want flower beds, rock- I cries and shrubs planted. See, Plovie, evenings, 726 S. First! St. 4-1-3-8-10 4t. WANTED: experienced waitress wishes restaurant work. Write Norma Uldrikson, Allyn, Wash, c-o M. C. Case. 4-8-10—2t. WANTED: gardener two days a week year around on Hood Canal, 12 miles from Shelton. Call Hoodsport, 24-W—11. I M—4-8-10—2t. WANTED: girl to help with store and housework at Log Cabin Tavern, Hillcrest. Must be 21. , 4-8—10-15-17—4t. WANTED: girl for general house- , work, care two children. Full, time permanent work. Phone 86, I or inquire at Pantorium. 4-8-1t WANTED: middle aged couple as caretaker and housekeeper for a small home on Hood Canal. Phone Hoodsport 24-J-2 after 6 p. m. W—4-8—tf. l i NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING The annual meeting the Bay- shore Telephone Company will be held at the Courthouse, Shelton, Washington, Tuesday, April 15, 1941 at 2 pm. W. M. ELLIOTT, President. E. L. KELLOGG, 4-8-10—2t. Secretary. No. 1418 NOTICE TO CBEDITORS TO FILE CLAIMS In the Superior Court of the State of Washington in and for the Coun- ty of Mason, In Probate. IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF HATTIE E. GARFIELD, DE- CEASED. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, Ithat Letters Testamentary on the Estate of Hattie E. Garfield. deceas- ed. were granted to the undersigned on. the 22nd day of March, 1941, by said Superior Court. NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN, that all persons havmg claims against {said estate are required to serve Ithem, With the necessary vouchers, upon the undersigned at the Law Of- fice of Alden C. Bayley, Title In- surance Building, Shelton, Washing ton, that being the place designated for the transaction of the business of said estate, within six months af- ter the 25th day of March, 1941, and file the same with the Clerk of this Court, together with proof of such seEvlce, or they will be forever bar- -re . Dated this 25th day of March. 1941. RHEA RUTH HOWARD. Executrix of the Estate of . Hdattie E. Garfield, deceas~| e . ALDEN C. BAYLEY, Attorney for Executrix, Title Insurance Building. Shelton, Washington. I 3-25. 4-1-8-15_4t. No. 1419 NOTCE T0 CREDITORS I To FILE CLAIMS In the Superior Court of the State of Washington In and for the Coun- ty of Mason, In Probate. IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE .of WINNIFRED G. KNEELAND, DE- 'CEASED. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN. Ithat Letters Testamentary on the E5— tate of Winnifred G. Kneeland, de— ceased, were granted to the under- liggiled on the 29th day of March, All persons having claims against said estate are required to serve them, With the necessary vouchers, upon Ithe underSIgned at the Law Office Iof Alden C. Bayley. Title Insurance Building, Shelton, Washington. (being the place designated for the transaction of the business of said estate, within Six months after the lst day of April. 1941, and file the same with the Clerk of this Court, together with proof of such service, Ior they will be forever barred. Dated this 1st day of April, 1941. EARL F. KNEELAND. Executor of the Estate of Winnifred G. Kneeland, deceased. ALDEN C. BAYLEY. Attorney for Executor, Title Insurance Building, Shelton. Washington. 4-1—8-15-22—412. I Journal WantrAds‘mPhone 100 that Page Five ADS RATES On Classified Advertisements 10 cents a. line (5 words) first insertion, 5c 3. line each subso- quent insertion. Mini mum 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 billing”: necessary. Card of thanks 50c. Classified Display Rates on Request. 'vvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvv For Sale WAAA‘ AA A “AAAM FOR SALE: Lang incinerator with coils. Mrs. E. A. Robbins, 2 mlies‘south of Union. 4—1-3-8—3t. FOR SALE: practically new Spin- et piano. $50 for equity and as- sume balance. W'rite Mrs. Daisy Babcock, 9359 56th 80., Seattle, Wash. 4-8—10—2t. FOR SALE: white enamel incin- erator with coils. Phone 77—J. W—4-8—10—2t FOR SALE: boar 3-yr.-old in May. Roy Bowman, Rt. 2. 4-8-10—2t. FOR SALE: 2-year old purebred Durham bull. A fine animal. John G. MacRae, Dayton. 4—8-10—2t. FOR SALE: 4 year Holstein and Guernsey cow fresh in Septem- ber, Bang and T. B. tested 5560. Phone 68, 9 to 3 week days. Nv—4-3-8——2t. WILL TRADE A-1 mangle for family cow. Alvin Butler, Pot- latch Route, Shelton. ' 4-3-8—10-15r4t. FOR SALE: M—oimir Bed Daven- port, reasonable, in good con— dition. Phone 275. A—tf. FOR SALE USED RANGES, WASHERS, REFRIGERATORS, HOT WATER HEATERS 1—Lang wood range, with coils .................................. ..$24.50 1—-Lang wood range, with coils and electric hot plate .................................... __ 29.50 1—St. Clair range with coils -all porcelain .............. _. 27.50 l—Lang oil range, with coils installed with 100 gallon storage, complete .......... .. 75.00 1—Incinerator, all porcelain with coils ........................ .. 17.50 1—Automatic gas hot water heater, nearly new, com- plete with tank .............. .. 24.50 l—Speed Queen washer .... .. 34.50 1—Voss Washer . 1——Voss Washer . 1——Vos Washer 7—Maytag washers, rebuilt, new machine guarantee. 39.50 1—large electric refrigerator 69.50 1—Monarch combination el- ectric and wood range, late model ...................... .. 99.50 NASH BROTHERS Used Department 127 Cota .. 17.50 _ 19.50 9.50 New Electric Food Warmer Special $1.89 reg. price $2.35 SHELTON ELECTRIC "vwm‘m PROFESSIONAL CARDS ALDEN c. BAYLEY '1 ATTORNEY AT LAW Title insurance Building ‘. l Opposite Fltilt National Bank ’ Phone 23 - o Shelton I ‘— INSURANCE HERBERT G. ANGLE Office at Angle Building ELLIOT B. SPRING Accounting Tax Services Bookkeeping Systems 123 4th St. Phone 565 Painting Papering Interior Decorating GEO. A. McCREARY Phone 559—J Shelton, Wn. CHARLES R. LEWIS ATTORNEY AT LAW Suite 1 L. M. Bldg. Shelton, Washington DOANE BRODIE Attorney-At-Law ‘Angle Building Phone. 337 How fat she is; She used to wasn't— The reason is She daily doesn't, .,..- ..»_.,.. I”, .