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April 16, 1920     Shelton Mason County Journal
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:FRIDAY, APRIL 16, 1920 THE MASON COUNTY JOURNAL " PAE THREN I I I ! B"wr-TA&apos;r'm J I I Mr. Henry made one of his usual trips to town for groceries Monday. Mrs. 1;card's birthday was celebrated last Saturday night by a party given by ome of her neighbors. Among those present were Mr. and Mrs. Btcklc, Mr. and Mrs. %Volff, Mr. Larsen and family tn,I Mr. Starks.--P. B. Mr. Stinmon hired the Hogan pile- dripper to repair the boom last week. p. 1. There was another dance at Allyn last Saturday nizht. A number of Bel- fair residents orc present. Fred Murray of Seattle came out to visit his friend Frank Blair over Sun- ,ay.--P. . ;. :Mr. and Mrs. Henry and trip to Bremerton last Saturday.- M. V. Mr. Starks visited Mr. Bickle Sunday. --F. S. Dr. Grant came out to his float house Sunday. He has removed part of the furniture and has put the house up for al e. :Mr. Prussia and family took Mr. and [rs. Grililth out to see the scenery Sunday.--P. B. Edwin Buchanan went to Seattle last Sun day.--M. V. Louis Larsen visited Victor Raisont ,at Allyn Sunday.E. B. Mr. and Mrs. Henry and family spent unday at the home of Mr and Mrs. Aiken.--H. L. Mr. Everett went to town on buai- mess this week.--P. B. Mr. Allyn went to Allyn for feed this week.--H. L. Mr. Stimson visited his camp on bus- iness.twice last week.P. B. Mr. and Mrs. Howard spent Saturday evening with Mrs. L. P. Robins of Allyn. Mr. Blair bought a new two-man L'speeder" last week. Mr. Angel is logging a new tract of land on the Port Orchard road. It will ot be possible to run the trucks for bout two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Howard spent Sunday fternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Nevitt at 2Hlyn. --The School. Y Y-O]IZ l"r A TY'OOY ]Vlr. and Mrs. Chris Petersen and -ehildren. Walter and Edna of Cape Scott, . C., came last Thursday to :stay with Mr. and Mrs. N. C. Nelson, the former being a son of Mrs. Nelson. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Evers were ]V[ontesano and Ehna callers Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Annie King and Irs. N. C. Nel- son were Matlock callers Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Batsman of Cal- ifornia are now visiting thir son, Ass Batcman. and family of this vicinity. Mr. and Mrs. Chris Patersen and <laughler Edna called on ledmKa;s Sun- 4lay a ftenroon. :Ruth and Hazel Batcman spent 'Thursday at home with their folks Mrs. Bateman and Dora and Isabella Ycdlska called on Mrs. XVm. Evers Sat- tlrday afternoon. 5lr. and :Mrs. C. E. Rose of Olympia Jspent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Joe (Jill. 'm. tZediska went to Satsop Thurs- day to get his brown Swiss male calf 'hich be purchased from John Boeck Jr. of Ltnton, Oregon. Mrs. A. J. Beck spent Monday after- noon with Mrs. Win. Evers. Quite a big crowd-gathered" at the :l.ediska school house Wednesday eve-i sing. The evening was spent in danc- ing and playing games and at mid- night lunch was served. Mrs. Grace Evers spent Monday af- terno(m with Bedtska's. There will be a dance and pie social t Matlock April 24. Please don't for- get the date. Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Morgan of Brady spen rednesday with Mr. and Mrs. Joe Gill. Mr. Morgan and Mrs. Mell- ql]e were married in Montesano Tues- <lay afternoon. Jim Story Ires returned to his old ome. He has bought a tractor and is going to put the whole place in oats. "The tractor is doing fine work. Mr. ad Mrs. Frank labideau and :daughter visited Mr and :Mrs. Jack Vrait h Saturday. The %Vayslde Sunday school and the :Hatchery Sunday school gave a Joint picnic Sunday April llth. Mr. Johnson gave us a fine sermon. Refreshments were served and everybody had a good time. George Sackrldee fell on a piece of glass and cut his wrist. Mr. Story took him to town where six stitches were taken in his wrist. l=. Trenckmann bought two head of blo'.ded Jerseys at Brewer's sale, Master Chas. Sackrider is back to cho(d again. He was sick for two weeks with the flu. Nonuments Call and see our large stock or write for price,. We erect Monuments 'anywhere, / PUGET SOUND MARBLE & GRANITE CO, 2006 First Ave., Seattle, Wn. (Established 1874) ALDERBROOK HILL Send in your order for ROUGH AND DRESSED LUMBER On Navy Yard Highway Postofflce, Union? Wash. H. E. STUMER, Mgr. i DO YOU KNO W Insyde Tyres ARE MONEY AND TROUBLE  SAVERS JAY B. RANSOM Distributor for Mason County Shelton. Veah. Phone 625 / CA 't-'r- 'O]t BRIDGE IDS. Notice Is hereby given that scaled proposals for the construction of a bridge across Goldsborough Creek in Mason County will be received by the Board of County Commissioners of Mason County in their office at Shelton, Wash., until 2 o'clock p. m, May 'th, 1920, and wlil at that time be publicly opened and read. Bridge to be constructed across Goldsborough Creek in Sec. 19, Twp. 20 N. Range 4 W. W. M. near Gus Hensel'a place on the Egypt Valley road, about eight miles from Shelton. Plans and specifications for this work may be examined at the office of the County Engineer r County Auditor at the Court House in Sholton. All bids shall be made out on reg- ular forms and accompanied by a cer- tified check equal to 5 per cent of the amount of the lump sum id. The Board of County Commissioners reserve the right to reject any and all bids. Date of first publication of this notice, April 16, 1920. IONE W. DOYLE, (Seal) Auditor of Mason County. 4-16--7-4t I [ ZS A'nE'r-A VA.XmY I I Don't forget the program at this school house Saturday night A play called, "Borrowing Trouble" will be given by the pupils; also recitations and music. Refreshments will be served at a reasonable price Proceeds will go to furnishing new hospital in Shelton. Come and enjoy a good laugh and help a worthy cause. Bring your girl and your pocketbook. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Adams and son of Tacoma were visiting friends in this valley Saturday and Sunday. They re- turned Monday mornng. Mrs. Robert C. Johnson and daugh- ters Marian and Alice visited the Bald- win home Sunday, Mr. Carlson from Vancouver, Oregon, visited Peter Abrahamson Saturday, and left Sunday afternoon. Captain and Mrs. Southard of Dayton were visitors at the Cl)as. Saeger Imme Sunday. Charles Blaker of Auburn is visiting the Wivell home. Two more men have been employed at the Rock Creek Shingle mill. Mrs. 1,'red Elson and family visited the Taylor homo Sunday. Miss Helen Lewis, who has been vis- iting in Seattle for some time, returned to her home here with Wivcll's Wed- nesday. Mrs. Chas. Norton and Hiram Norton and Miss Smith spent Sunday evening at the Saeger's. AND to-day, as during the past 71 years, the name "FULLER" means ":.:. the same high standard in Paints, Varnishes, Stains, Enamels, etc. During this long period of time, in all conditions of weather, season in and season out, FULLER Products have proven their superior lasting and ": . beautifying qualities ,,,.,,. :, :: ": ;!',i, Thousands of homes and buildings have withstood the test of time and the elements and are giving the maximum of service through "FULLER Paint Protection." For exteriors and interiors, the FULLER line meets every possible need. There's a .special FULLER product for everything that needs preserving and beautifying. Some df the FULLER Products HOUSE PAINT FLOOR PAINT PORCH and STEP PAINT SHINGLE STAINS SILKENWHITE ENAMEL --for interior woodwork DECORET--combined stain and varnish in all shades for refinishing furniture, etc. VARNISHES DEKORATO  the Sanitary Kalsomine AUTO ENAMEL INTEREST IS $236,240,114. Annual Amount Accruing on Loanl By U. S. to Europe. Washington.Unl>atd interest on loans to foreign governments, accruing up to November last, totaled $236,240,- 114, while the estimated interest for next year is $463,215,613, Secretary Houston informed the senate. Belgium owed $8,370,381; France, $65,858,101; Great Britain, $105,503 126; Italy, $39,228,303, and Russia, $15,051,977, of the unpaidinterest &e said, while the interest falling duo in 1920 includes Great Britain, $211,828,- 890; France, $139,904,272; Italy, $79,- 595,569; Belgium, $16,822,078; Russia, $9,399,365, and Czecho-Slovakla, $2,. 515,004. DOING THEIR DUTY Scores of Shelton Readers are Learn- ing the Duty of the Kidneys To filter the blood is the kidneys' duty. When they fail to do this the kid- neys ,are weak. , Backache and other kidney ills may follow. Help the kidneys do their work. Use Dean's Kidney Pillsthe test- ed kidney remedy. Ask your neighbor proof of their worth in the following: Mrs. E.  H. Heckler, 821 E. 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