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PAGE EIGHT THE MAN COUNTY JOURNAL ........ FRIDAY, APRIL 16, 1920 Better Shoes And Cheaper, Too Yak6 your choice from my large stock of, logger's and heavy and light work shoes. I have them in all sizes. Also outing and sport shoes in several styles, just the thing for baseball. They are better because they are of the very best full genuine leather and built to wear. And cheaper because they are a side line to my regular Shoe Repairing business. It will pay you to investigate. I also make shoes to order. H. M. ROSEHOLT SHELTON County Correspondence. ? I I @ XOOEBPOT I I J. Berns and his son John made a business trip to Sllverdale this week. Mr. Berns nd his family are going to move to Sllverdale April 16th. Mrs. M. Bleecker had a surprise Easter party in the gym ,on Friday before Easter. The children all had a good time. Tim children neither absent nor tardy this month are: Sidney Ward, Floyd DON'T MISS THE AUCTION SALE, SATURDAY APR. i7 OF FULL-BLOODED BERKSHIRE HOGS At our farm near Pickering on Route 2. Sale starts at 2 o'clock p. m. Dickinson and Ernest Ahl. NOW is Your Chance---Act Quick. For list see last Journal or hand bills I-larry Finch is working at Johnson' on'l| camp. 3 Hog Farm - ach Poultry ited relatives at Olympia Monday, ] Concord Be. Nirs. Ida M. Finch is visiting in | Mrs. Jas. Simmons visited relatives W E Edwards, phone here Sunday. ' " " E. W. Randall moved into Ben Jolhn - ' ' son's house last week. -- "l' II Clarice .Hanson returned to Seattle J[ Monday, after spending her vacation :rJ S'J:  :': with her parents. !  No. 558. GAMES Otto Hiller is working at Lake Cush- $ :!::" ,[; NOTIOH TO OEDITOIB T0 1'XYE man at present.  . ,m.. vav.AFD ! ),!!]  CLAIMS. Ben Johnson is working at Lake I J'"" " :J):/ ',. In the Superior Court of the St.ate of [ ' "  +  Washington for Mason County. (In man. $ ' =:: ',i Probate) ' ' Hans Bergeson made a busineg r  .... " "; .......... F th _. _ .,., n the matter oi tne estate oi u to Tacoma on t.onuay. %, ,,:., SIMPSON, Deceased.. Cushman repairing the launch Cush- Frank Ward, son of Chris Ward, cut his foot severely and is not ahle to attend school. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Dickinson and mother motored to Olympia Monday. Frances and Whitman Randall have entered school here. The young people of Hoodsport had a surprise party on Miss Clarice Han- son while she was home. Among thoe present were Mr. and Mrs. Hllligoob, Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Smith, Mrs. Mary Bleecker, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Finch, Louisa and Ernest Ahl, Crystal Landis and Alonzo Rule. A good time was had y everyone. b'An all-dark Easter service was held here Easter Sunday. A number of friends from Potlatch and vicinity were present. The morning service was con- ducted by Rev. Hall and the afternoon service by Rev. Barry. Several shrimp boats are busily en- gaged in the shlrmp industry hero. Alonzo Rule is working at the Dick- inson Garage here. W. R. McDonald and E. W. Randall are cutting eottonwood. :Mr. and Mrs. John Ahl, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Sehaufier, Mrs. Schaufler and daughter Emma and Fred Holmberg $ visited wit)l friends and relatives here Sunday. :Mrs, Harry Finch spent most of last week with Miss I,outsa Ahl. Services were held in the gym Sun- day afternoon by P.ev, Hall of the As our news itm of last week, relative Veto. Blomgren bought a Ford tour- missionary boat, Robert G, Seymour. to the Boy Scouts, was not altogether ins car last week, and now Stadium Lester Dicklnsou of Dickinson's correct--t.ay :Miller sots us rlght--Cal- can boast of two buzz wagons. Garage was in Tacoma Tuesday and Mrs B NI Hanson the postmistress, returned with a new Dort or Thomas eb :Miller is patrol leader, Thomas ....... " Fleming assistant patrol leader and went to Tacoma last week on a shop- Paterson of Potlatch. ping tour and i'eturned on Friday. ]@ ,.% Edward :Miller scout scribe. The other nnd Bros, have finished logglng] I members arc:. David B'untlag. 'arren (down at Ddtrolt and are now engage[ [ XA:LILCIfKE I Jotmston, Francis and,Rber' Bath'r /on Mrs. Sund's place, which will be a , ' and lh, bert Dav'lson.' ()fir :na:ter is with the d0nkty In pulling out stump t ' " W. C, :Miller, our assistant scout nms-]g, " - " "" " ;'-" out r Mr "tnd 'Mr %Vllliam NVald'tp of tar ttarold Huntci'.,' Our ta, oop,.c,om- eat improvement t her farm ' ' I " - .... s ar Neattle wore visiting relatives in tills n,ilt(,e consists of Fred ]'{?l]. ,.X. -).. Vnl I3h)nlglen toes nls t'alnlly - ' ' ' f r a joy ride last Sunaay m m. c . '. Eells and V. II. Johnston. We call our-/ S Hanson' was aettnm postmaster.  vmmity, this, week. '" ; .u lfanstn as a"ay Mr and Mrs Clas. Griggs and Will %lille Jr, ' *" '  selves tle l!]agle. Patrol of the Skpko,/ -" -, -'- s " s a Stadium visitor and Arthur speut Monday evening at mish Valley. re are very proua o[| .  -" -a il He re the Greenwood home this Scottt organization, as it is the t F Jonn m wa , " t) s" at tha" Goodro mr, and Mrs. Herehel Adams are re- first a d on y Scout trool) In tile COUrt- hlst Sunday to sac nls I m Y  - =. ty. This l'atrol ls Open to hu:)boy of ports,,everyhody  Y ceivlng congratulations on the birth of twelve after paying his dues dud pass- logging camp. ing the Tenderfoot test. Watch us Mrs. B. 1',I. t-lansen went to Seattle a daugiltcr, born Ill Olympia April 9th. Monday as witness In tile Boutin di- Mrs. Adams was MIss Nora Davlson befol,e her /narrlagc. growl Mr. and "Mrs. ttarold Carr and little Mr. Schumiller of Tacoma waS on Notice is hereby i given, that Letters the island last week looking over" his Testamentary on the Estate of Sol property here. I Simpson, deceased were granted to the Misses Slgnle an Esther Carlson undersigned, on the 14th day of April, were Sunday guests df Mrs. John Sund 1920, by the said superior court. of Stadium. t All persons having claims against Correspondents from other parts of said estate, are required to serve them the county report their localities white, with the necessary vouchers upon me at with snow while I-Iarstine Island straw  Potlatch, Washin. gton within six months berry beds are white with blossoms, after the date of the first publication of this notice, to-wit, within six months The good ship "Dorothy" made her second regular trip of the season last Saturday. The passengers from here to the 'Capital City were Henry Loren- zen, .Emil Anderson, Lee Carlson and C. A. Kindred. Oscar Jacobsen was over on Sunday from the Stimson Logging Camp to see how :Mrs. Jacobsen and Wllbert are getting along with the spring work. C. A. Kindred has leased the Cuwan ranch for a term of three years. Mr. and Mrs. G. Hedge of Tacoma will occupy the place. Mrs. Hedge is Mr. Kindred's sister. A number of young people from here attended the dance at Allyn Saturday after the 16th day of April, 1920, and file the same with the clerk of this court together with proof of such ser- vice, or they shall he forever barred. Dated at Shelton, Wash., this 16th day of April, 1920. GEORGE SIMPSON, Administrator of said Estate. THO. M. VANCE JULIA E. WALDRIP, 316 Main St., Olympia, Wash. Attorneys for said Estate. 4-16-30-3t .... No. 559, NOTICE 0 CREDITORS TO :IPI-E i In the Superior Court of the State of "vVashington for :Mason County. (in "night, i Probate.) A party consisting of Mrs. C. A. Kindred and family, Mr. and Mrs. M. in the matter of tile estate of EMMA L, SIMPSON, Deceased. :Miles, Mr. and :Mrs. A, Vicche made a l Notice is her6by given, that Letters htunch trip to Kamilche last Sunday and spent the day as guests of :Mrs. 'Testamentary on tile estate of Emma h:indred's, mother. :Mrs. Kindred re- L. Shnpson, deceased, wore granted to rosined for a weelCs visit under the the undersigned, on the 14th day of parental roof, and to take a nlueh April, 1920, by the said superior court. needed rest. I All persons having claims against The Bergeson boys are the proud and said estate, are required to ,serve them happy possessors of a new autorilobllo with the nee'ussary vouchers upon Ill at ]'ceeled last Saturday, The boys are hustlers and when they decide they want a thing they generally get it. Any time that Arehie Kindred can Sl)tl'( fronl his school worl( and ketl)- Ins the camp wood-hox filled lie em- ploys trying to break in a high spirited and fractious lno[or(,vc]e. The snorts, gulls and hucks of tim "critter" would scare out any one less perservlng and inlreptd than Arch. Mrs. R. M. I-Iaskell has a bunch-- shout trine hundred---of tile htisklest baby chtx that has ever Been secn tere, She has followed to the letter Lhe rules laid down by the Experiment Station for the car(; of the birds and CHILDREN We have Just received a good assort- ment of games. We have JACK STRAWS, HARLE- QUIN, TEN LITTLE NIGGERS. LIT- TLE MOTHER GOOSE, PETER COD- DLE, SNAP, ANAGRAMS, SO each. In larger games we have OLD MAID, NUMBERGRAMS, WHO, SWAP, HIS- TORY UP TO DATE, PETER CODDLE, BIBLE GAME. HIDDEN TITLES, FOR- TUNE TELLING GAME, SUe each. ROOK, MILITAC, BLOCK PLAZA, KN0%V YOUR OWN U. S., FLINCH, 60c and 780. SCHOOL CRAYONS, wooden covered, 10C. DRAWELL and CRAYOLA CRAY- ONS, So and lOc. JOURNAL STATIONERY SHOP P(dlateh, Washingtoll within six nlonths after the date of the tlrst publication of this notice, to-wit, within sixmonths I after ,lie 16th day of April, 1920, and t ............................................ tile the same with the clerk of this NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION OF court together with proof of such ser- vice, or they Shall be forever barred. Dated at Shclton. Wash., this 16th day of April, 1920. GEORGE SI:MPSON, Administrator of said Estate. TIleS. {. VANCh] JULIA E. Vv'AL]7)IIIP. 31t1 Main St.. Olylnl)ia, "VaSlh i Attorneys for said Estata. 4-16-80-8t NOTICE O1  DISS07"/TION 01 PAISHIP J Notfce is hereby given that the I partnership lately subsisting between us, tbe undersigned F. C. Mathewson land Charles E. Newsted, carrying on business as manufacturers and sell- /ers of shingles in Mason County, ]Washington, nuder the style or filn NI'. sad Mrs. Pearson wre initiated v;sC.ae" W Baird was a caller at into ttio Ordc# of the l,ahtern"  L , . .... , .   A .....  johnson's and Hansen's last sunday. ,uruay .I)I'll un. - " it Nil" and Mrs Hansen and two sons Ella Lobar let Saturday t'or a vm " " of :qeveral weeks in Seattle , were..o.at Johnson s last Sunday and had ndame Deyetto is critically 111 this dl'i, ivrybody iS very busy these days weo).  . [putting in thetr early garden, Ed Ahcrn has a new Foru ....  Eriek Odegard and Judge Britton Miss GIadys Huncr spent" aturuay, caners" .............. . W  n and Sumlay at her home in the l;llsY{lv?e a  .alrus ,as_ U_ Mr. Eaton has )een on tnes - ] Charlie Is some pilot now. lie is this laStnlecki:uffering from an a,-]thlnk,ng seriously abo"tnohlnleng2g tack of g : ..... Good Bill for a race, There is g Wednesday evening While ,lr, ' " :.. ,$ ct..i. ,+- man was cutting wood his aX slipped "" ''""=" and cut his knee badly. He is making rapid recovery. Warren Lincoln Is recovering from BOSrOM.l:flw @.AG,m , a wound In the shoulder caused by the  , flight of an ax lade from the "handle of a co-worker. Skokomlsh Grange No. 379 will meet on Saturday eve, April 17. A good A2ETO attendance is desired. Come and help daughter irginia spent the week-end visiting in Tacoma. Herbert Swanson is helping Ztob Langford put In the spring crop. :Mrs, Boy Greenwood and daughter Nieda spent MondaY' afternoon at the Waldburger home. Mrs, Cilas. Bloomfield and her sister Mrs. Cord Andre of Gresham, Oregon, ]spent Saturday  with Mrs. Chas. Griggs. Mrs. Roy Greenwood was an Olympia visitor Tuesday. i'" I Don't forget the dance to be g e a the Oyster Bay school house Satt:- day night; April 17th. The ladies 'f the district are going to serve hot weinies and buns, $ her SIICCeSS has bten great. The little son of Mr. and :Mrs, Gus Carlson met wtih a painful accident last Saturday. He fell fT'om a chair against a hot stove, burning severely both hands and one side of his face. He was taken to a doctor in Shelton where his injuries were dressed, and at present is getting along nicolg..... William Goetsch loaded his ato on a scow last Sunday and towed it aross the bay to the camp where he is at work. The Dorothy furnished the motive power. pAI%TNERSHIP Of M & S Mill Company, was on the Notice Is hereby given that the part- 1st day of April, A. D. 1920, disso1- nershil) lately subsisting between us. ve(l by mutual consent and that the the undersi'ned. F. S. Backtis sAId F. business in future will be carried on W. Price, carrying on business as log- gers at Potlatch, \\;Vashington, under the firm lor style of Price & Co.. was on the Brd (lay of April. 1920, dis- solved by mutual consent and that the I business tn the future will be carried on the said F. W. Price alone. F. S. BACKUS, F.W. PRICE. 4-16-4-30-3t bv the said Charles E. Newsted alone ]who will pay and discharge all debts /and liabilities, and receive all moneys payable to the said late firm. / " F.C. MATHEWSON. / CHAS. E. NEW, STED. h 4-2-23 us build up a strong and hlpfu] Grange, See the fine Cabinet Stradivara us build up a strong and helpful The Community Fair will be held up Phonograph, Journal Stationery Shop Grange. Master. here this year between the two schools, ' ' " Isabella Valley and Dayton, the 28th ,"-F------'-- of April, " __ Mr. "and Mrs. Fay Bunnell and daugh- ,, tar called at Bunnell's and Morgan's To;?,..--.,-.. Niogan and Mrs . Pellis ehek nmde a husiness trip to town   o "  Legion  r -me-'can .. and l{rs. Jack Elson of Isabella i .Valley visited at Hensel's Sunday. The .,  , Adams' family also visited with them Sunday. Mrs. J, PelHschek returned to her home at Beeville Wednesday after spending the last week with, Mrs. E. L. Bunnell and Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Hall. Hansel's are the latest in the neigh- # borhood to have a car. ".1 Charles Chappel called at Bunnell's Su.%oe Pelllschek. rs S C. egg, Harold Hall and Dorothy egg spent Sunday at V. H. Johnston's at Skoko- mish. 6 Boxing and Wrestling Matches 6 ' " tin New Arrivals Main Event--6 Rounds b,.ated Easter on last Sunday at the Interes g l-latchery scioolhouse, with the fol- h)wing program : Sunday se'h eel at "'SPEED" 'MILLER OF CHICAGO 10::10. followed by Easter Egg hunt bY / the chihlren. Then eanle a glorious VS. JACK McDONALD OF FRISCO Weight 165 pounds Semi Wind Up--4 Rounds MONTE LABEL ............... VS ........... BILLY O'NEIL Fresno, Califmia Olympia and Shelton FOUR HOT rRELIMINARIES WRESTLING160 LBS. FRED MILLER ....... ....... VS ............. BILL GOODRO Lake Cushman Goodro Logging Company HANDICAP WRESTLING JIM KELLY ................. VS .... ELMER BARRICKL.W Both Local Men FOUR ROUNDS---145 LBS. ARCHIE SLADE ............ VS ........... "CURLY" MURR Lake Cushman Camp One FOUR ROUNDS RED PARSONS ............. VS ............... AL BUTLER Both Local Men Special trains from all camps on this evening. Ringside seats $2.50 ,plus war tax. All other seats $2.00 plus war tax. Seats will be on sale all next week by Legion boys and at the stores. Ladies Welcome. First go at 8:30 sharp DON'T MISS SHELTON'S FIRST BIG SMOKER AT EARLWIN HALL Sat., April 17th and bountiful picnic dinner served in our Community hall, prepared bY the best cooks of the Wayside and Hatch- cry school districts. Prof. Robert C. Johnson held services a 3, subject: "Th 1,'uture Lit'c," which was very lnl- prssive, and al)prectated by all. The rest of the (lay was spent In games and a general good time. Supt, :Mrs. B1an- ton wishes to extend many thanks to all who helped to mak the day a suc- cess. Mr. and Mrs. Iobert Trenckmann are the proud owners of' two pure-b:ed Jersey calves purchased at the Brewer sale. Mr. and Mrs. FranCis :Bryant spent Smday wlth heir parents, Mr. "and Mrs. C. 1. WElch. Hatchery Grange met Saturday night and felt high]y.honorod by three past Ivlasters as visitors: Mr. Sherwood  and Mr. Wharton, of Satsop, and Robert C. Johnson, of Skokomish. Mr. L, M, Rice and daughter Bonita were Montesano visitors Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Schafer spent Sunday as guests o] the Hatchery Sun- day School. S. W. Blanton is busily engaged in turning Mother Earth-with a new sulky flow. ALWAYS READY FOR COUNTRY TRIPS COMFORTABLE CAR FOR DAY & N[GHT SERVICE. REASONABLE RATES. MERRITT JOHNSON Headquarters JOHNSON'S GARAGE Phone 161. After 10 p. m.. Des. Phone 621. .... -- ." ,..",: ,':.:6 t,)4,. 'i .;-'.. ;i ..... You will be interested itl1001ting over these new things in ready to weal' and New Spring Suitings and Wash Goods V.ADIEI3' 'POS \\; Here is an assortmefft Tqtho newest styles In clean, fresh patterns. "": Ladies apron of light i"medlum colored per- cale, striped and figured 'tterns, button down front to waist, short sleeve, each ............. $2.S5 Ladles Apron of p]RIrl ::blue and plain pink gt,ngham, slip-over 'ty]  :"hems titched sleeves (short) and collar, beIte ettc! .............. $2.50 Ladies apron of plain blue and plain ptnl gingham, butt,m down back and belted. V-shaped neck; two p.,ckets, trlrnmed with vchLte ric-rao braid, each ................................. $3.2S Ladins al)roff in medium dark and light pat- ferns of p,,rcale, extremely popular. Has wide hell, two exits large . pockets, shoulder straps, made good and full. each ................... $2.5 Aprons for stout ladies In ltght and dark colors at .......................... 2.25 and $2.50 Other aprons in: ligh'and dark patterns at, ,-; ............................. $2.2S, $2:0 and $3.25 ,' : ; k'Fl ".;Y CNIDIEN'S DXESHE5 Here is a chance to save on children's-W-'h Dresses. A big assortment of new ones to choose, from, made up of good quality gingham, neatly trimmed. Ages from 2 to 16 years. Priced at $1.35, $1.7S, $2.00, $2.50 and $3.50. Children's Middy Dresses. made of white drill at ............................................ $.SO NEW Toz'r-EB &ND BP:I WAHEE GOODS 96 inch colored volles at, per yard ................ 90o 27 inch dainty flowered volles and dimities at 45o & 60o 36 inch Bayside sultngs at, per yard .............. 90o THOMAS O'NEILL r' I,