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b, 1941 easo s best d )t be allO , rains, v ; the vita rchants in Cascara. ' :et. 11110 2 .- is 3,, hopes to ex- tionof tomatoes °.:meet probable tomatoes un- . . Large ,eS. as well as Peas, corn, and 93 purchased by Credit Corp- ution by the as for school . ,f Production is also rotary of Agri- eed supply is filling empty pullets. Con- , . try houses is fisary nor ad- I i ‘3, eggs. pork. daer products Onsumed with- ' .. With the Mating dis- tb countries re- flge supply in “,8, rather low Increased pro- a Purchase pro- "!nent will tend .rlce of the fol- ;tie‘sl Hogs “\ef5¢~ 31¢ per er d amend) pound, 31‘s M who have a f w its,“ 6 at -b delta . tbit desirable es 1- . . peas, or .th‘glth government bald Open market, . be somewhat ._. '4) in i-s a: '1 m B m m P? I agent’s office Lsgnsi'der desirable gnclalltural pro- Dl'e . ., _, conditiozent- and posm. . because of Floris that had agl‘iculture. 1f production now, I ORDINANCE NO. 334 AN ORDINANCE LEV'YING A TAX ON PUBLIC UTILITY DISTRICTS SELLING ELECTRICITY IN THE CITY OF SHELTON, WASHING- TON , FOR PURPOSES OTHER THAN RESALE THE COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SHELTON DO ORDAIN AS FOL- LOWS: SECTION I: Each Public Utility District organized and existing under the Laws of the State of Washington, operating works, plants. or facilities for the distribution and sale of elec— tricity in the City of Shelton. Wash- ington, shall pay to the City Of Shel- ton, Washington. a tax of one (1) CE on the gross revenues derived by each such I‘ublic Utility District from the sale of electricity, within the City of Shelton. exclusive of the revenues derived from the sale of electricity for the purpose of resale. SECTION II: Each such Public Util- ity District coming within the pur- view of this act shall, on or before the 20th day Of each succeeding month transmit to the City Treasurer, a Statement of its gross revenues for the preceding fiscal month, derived from the sale of electricity Within the City of Shelton, exclusive of the reve~ nues derived from the sale of elec- tricity for the purpose of resale, and accompany such statement with the amount of the tax herein levied and provided for. SECTION III: This Ordinance shall be in full force and effect five days from and after its passage and pub- lication, according to law. INTRODUCED in regular Council Meeting this lst day of May, 1941. PASSED in regular Council Meet- ing this 1st day of May, 1941. APPROVED: Wm. Stevenson, Mayor ATTEST: (SEAL) Glenn W. Landers, City Clerk. APPROVED AS TO FORM: ghafi. R. Lewis, City Attorney. 0' — . No. 13518 In Bankruptcy NOTICE OF FIRST MEETING OF CBEDITORS In the District Court of the United States for the Western District of Washington — Southern Division. In the Matter of FRANK CHESTER WELCH, a married man, Bankrupt. To the Creditors of the above named Frank Chester Welch, a married man, of Hoodsport, in the County of Ma- son. District aforesaid, Bankrupt: .NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the said Frank Chester Welch, a mar- ried man, was duly adjudged bank- rupt on a petition filed by him on the 25th day of April, 1941, and that the first meeting of his creditors Will be held at the Bankruptcy Courtroom, NO. 1114 Washington Building, Ta- coma, Washington, on the 15th day of May, 1941, at two o'clock in the af— ternoon, at Which time the said ered- itors.may attend, prove their claims, appoint a trustee, examine the bank~ rupt, appoint a committee of cred- itors, and transact such other busi- ness as may properly come before said meeting. ' DATED, at Tacoma. Washin t gillshington, this 29th day of R f 0. M.BPITZEN, c erce in a : 5.6—.1L nki uptty. Franchise Application No. 1337 NOTICE OF HEARING Pacxfic Telephone & Telegraph Coni- pany for a franchise to construct, op- erate and _maintain a telephone and telegraph line upon SSH. No. l4-A in Mason County, Washington. WHEREAS, the Pacific Telephone Telegraph Company, has under the prowsxons of Chapter 53, Laws ‘Of 1937 Iiled With the Acting Director of High: application for a franchise to construct, operate and maintain a telephone and telegraph line up S.S.H. No. 14-A in Mason County. Washington, for a per- iod of 25 years, to-wit: Beginning at a point on the south— be the situation easterly side of Secondary State VVS' f, alighwiay Nod l4-Athas now located , ‘ o recor in :3 office of th at5p_m, 1) firmer-s recom- Director of, Highways at Olympia0 ‘ ‘ min-firmer, cull ggfliinggon, tsaitli potth being on the .V . Se _. cor orac imi s of the Town gun'daxt, ,4 nee ¥2)n°€5;1 3: of Shelton in Lot 2, Section 17, reSIde . a. Township 20 North, Range 3 West Semg'ch debt as . . ore favor- ,father than ex- deeper into 61‘S centralize small filers expand at they can (“at- that poultry- : eSirable to fill Dunets, but to Would not be Ome small crops cash outlay TPONE‘D . . , exit of theat- ‘ Marin the peti— -- vibrltance and and ap- _t LyOns 01' Judge revoke l’et— .lfator for the ~ ware W. thence in a northeastcrly direction _along the soutiieasmriy Side of said highway to a point on the east line of Section 36, Town- fqhéiévalfitggg‘go 3 W.W.M. ORE, HEREBY GIVEN NOTICE I§ That a hearing will be held on said application by the Acting Director of Highways oflthe State of Washing- ton at his office in the Transportation Building, Olympia, Washington, on gigdmth day of June, 1941, at 10 o'clock . Dated at Olympia. Washin ' 22nd day of April, 1941. gton' this 0. R. DINSMORE. Assistant Dire ‘ 5__6_13_20_3tl ctor of Highways. "Climber Golfers Perfect Hosts! Ghosts Win All Old Jupiter P. tried his best :- prep golfers of Shelton, Elma and Bremerton so they held their mat- ches at, the Shelton golf course ,despite the soaking theygot. Bremerton emerged from the triangular session'with the scalps of both the other two teams, beat- |ing Shelton 14 to 7 and Elma 13 to 2, and Elma‘ earned an even breakby takingrthe Highclimbers 38% to 61/5, leaving Shelton in the role of "perfect host.” , Sophomore Don Smith Was Shelton's big point grabber, scor- ing a clean sweep Of the points against both his opponents. Bob Pearson dittoed in the Bremcr- ,ton match but didn’t play in the Elma match because the Eagles brought over only five men. Shelton's first three men had a tough day'of it, failing to score a Single point against Bremerton and getting only one point among- st them i_n the Elma match. The point scoring: Bremerton “Shelton ........ .. 7 Bayer .. 3 Kaphingst 0 Fick_..... 3 Melcum ...... .. 0 Gordon 3 Hillier 0 .Young .. 0 Smith 3 Levas 3 o Kint .... .. 2 _. 1 Brinker ...... .. 0 Pearson ...... .. 3 (Elma _,,.: ...... .. 81/2 Shelton ...... .. 6V2 Liyingstbn ..2l/2 Kaphingst . l/z _Mdrgan 2l/z Melcu’m .. V2 McPherson SHIlller _ .. 0 Hughes ...... .. 0,Smlth . 3 Mooney ...... .. l/z Fuller ........ .. 21/2 Bremerton 13Elma .......... .. 2 Boyer ............ .. 3 Livingston .. 0 Fick . 21/2 Morgan ........ .. 1/2 Gordon ...... .. 11/2 cPherson .. 1% Young 3 ughes .......... .. 0 Lewis ...... .. SlMot‘mey ........ .. 0 MEDAL PLAY ,T‘OURNEY RAINED OUT;‘RESLATED , . Rain dampened the competitive spirit of Shelton’s adult golfers so no attempt was made Sunday 1 In. the Matter of the application of ways of the State of Washington an U CA‘N’TCSELL UNTILLYO‘U 1ND A Buzgd USE wNT--@§_‘_ . SHELTON-MASON COUNTY JOURNA‘L‘ LEGAL PUBLICATIONS NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION ISOLATED TRACT PUBLIC LAND SALE. DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR. U. LAND OFFICE at Spokane lVashingtou, March 29, 1941. [ NOTICE is hereby given that, as ,directed by the Commissioner of the lGeneral Land office, under provisions of Sec. 2455, R. S.. pursuant to the application of 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 o'clock A. M., on the 23rd day of May, next. at this office, the following tract of I land: NE% NE%, Sec. 26, '1'. 21 N., R 3 W W M The sale will not be kept open, but will be declared closed when those present at the hour named have ceas- ed bidding. The person making the highest bid will be required to im- 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 desi hated for sale. HAR Y L. CHILD. ‘ , Register. April 8-15-22-29. May 6—5t. NOTICE OF SALE OF, TIMBER I 0N STATE LAND , , Notice is hereby given that on Tues— day. the 6th day of May, 1941, com- mencing at ten o'clock in the fore- noon 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 Washing- ton, 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— it: Appl cation No. 16771 Timber on SW1/4 of SEl/a'of sec- tion 36, township 20 north, ranfig 4 west, W. M., containih 40. acres. more or less, accor ing 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 strictly with laws go'vernln slash disposal as found in Title. 3, Chapter ‘1, Remington's Compiled tStatutes and laws amendatory there- 0. The purchasers of state.timber are required to run outthe lines and are responsible for trespass‘in case tim- ber is cut on adjacent state-owned property. , Said timber. on said land,_will .be sold for not less, than the ap‘praiSed value, as appraised by. the Commis- sioner of Public Lands .in the man- ner provided 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 landswill have 2 years within which i l I I l l i l to‘ rpmove fsaid timber, t with the J L CATTO ani ege o securin" ex ensions of - : . , a n ‘time under the statutes, governing. Adm‘mStmtOr 031th.” E5551“ . JACK TAYLOR" of John A. Sc Iilldt, e- CommiSsioner of Public Arias. Ceasfm’ Sdu‘te 1’ “Lumgg'r‘ By FRANK YA 4’ 3_ mens Bl gnWSho on. a- . Assistant Commissioner. ' 50“ county' aShmgton' (SEAL) ‘ EfiAs'ef'itEVZhSa Estate ‘_ _ _ __ orn r . , ,, 4 15 23.23;}.6 St. Suite 1, Lumbermen's Bldg. Shelton, Mason County. ‘ i NO‘ 1370 Washington. 4-29. 5-6-13—20-‘r’lt. NOTICE OF HEARING ON FINAL ] _REPORT AND PETITION FOR ,DISTRIBUTION. No. 885 In ths'Superior Court of the State of Washington for Mason County In Probate. ' IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE ’ OF JOSEPH PELLISCHEK, Deceased. . NOTICE IS HEREBY .GIVEN,. that iAlice M. Bunnell, Adminis’tratrix de bonis non. of the Estate of Joseph state land will be sold at public auc- tion to the highest bidder therefor, tO-Wit: APPLICATION NO. 16928 Timber on E93- of NEE, 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., COntall‘llIl. 80.00 acres. more or less. accnr ing to the government survey thereof, ap— praised at $6,186.00. The above appraisals are subjectl to recheck and possible change prior to the asale gateth St t’ cruise Accor ing 0 e a es . there are approximately 4,606,000 fectl red fir; 26,000 feet dead standing and - l 1 down red fir; 20,000 feet cedar; 2, 000 feet down cedar; and 62,000 feet- hemlock. The purchaser of the above de- scribed timber will be required to com ly strictly with laws governing slas disposal as found in Tltlel36, Chapter 1, Remington's Compiled Statutes and laws amendatory there- to. The purchasers of state timber are, required to run out the lines and are. responsible for trespass in case tim- ber is cut on adjacent state-owned roperty. I pSaid timber on said land Will. be sold for not less than the appraised value, as appraised by the Commis-i sioner of Public Lands in the manher, a statement of which I e of the provided by law, is now on file in the offic 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 5 years Within which to remove said timber, with the priv- ilege of securing extensions of time under the statutes governing. (SEAL) JACK TAYLOR, Commissioner of Public Lands. l By FRANK YATES. Assistant Commissmner. 4-8-15-22-29. 5-6—5t. No. 1423. NOTICE TO CBEDITORS In the Superior'Court of the State of {,Vaihin’flon for Mason County, In ro ate. a. , A. , ecease . NgTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN. That the Undersigned, J. L. .Catto, has been appointed and has qualified as Administrator of the Estate Of John' A. Schmidt, Deceased, and that all! persons having claims against the said Deceased or the said Estate are here- by required to serve the same, duly verified, with the necessary vouchers attached upon the undersigned iAd- ministrator, or his Attorney of R80 0rd, at Suite 1, 'Lumbermen's Build-l ing, Shelton, Mason County, Washing~ ton. the same being designated as the place for the transaction of the business of the said Estate, and file such claims, together With proof of service with the Clerk of the above entitled Court, within six months after the first publication of this. Notice,, tO—wit: April 29th, 1941, or said claims will be forever barred. Date of first publication, April 29th, 1941. NOTICE OF HEARING ON FINAL REPORT AND PETITION FOR DISTRIBUTION In the Superior Court of the State of Washington for Mason County In \Probate IN THE MATTER OF THE COM- BINED ESTATE OF SAMUEL S. Pellischek, Deceased, has filed with , FISK and KATIE FISK, Husband and the Clerk of the above entitled Court her Final Report and Petition for Distribution askin the Court to set- tle such report. istribute the’ prop- erty. to thO’Se thereto entitled, and to discharge the said ,Admin‘stratrlx. NOTICE IS FURTHER GI ‘ N. that the said Final Report and Petition, for Distribution be heard on Satur-I day. the 17th da of,,May, 1941. at the hour of.10 ‘clock in the fore- noon in_ ,the Court room in the Court House in Shelton, Waéhingt'on. Dated this 14th day of April, 1941. 8931‘". E13232“ er 0 so. our. CHAS. R. LEWIS, At torney for said Estate. Suite 1. Lumbermen’s Building, Shelton. Ma- son County,.Wash (SEAL) , 4—15-22-29. 5-6—4t. l t honor: OF. SALE or TIMBER , ON STATE LAND . Notice is hereby given that Tuesday“ the 6th day. of May, 1941.: commencing at ten o’clock in the forenoon of said day,. in front of the, main entrance door tothe county court house in the City.of_.8h‘elton, County of Mason. State. of Washington, ,by the County Auditor of said COunty.‘ the timber on the f llowing described,I on. Tides of Computed for' Odkland Bay ‘ (Hood Canal tides are one hour “8: 55 minutes earlier). I l 3 High ‘ 2:57am 14.2 ft. l Wed. Low e9:40 a.m. 2.4 ftl IMW 7 High 3:27 pm. 12.0 fti ‘Low 9:21 pm. 2.8 ft. High 3:38. a.m. 10?:23‘ja’3n. .High,‘ 4:35 pm. L‘ow 10:18pm. 14.4 ft. 1.0 ft. , 12.8 It , ft. Thurs. May‘ 8 ' , h " 3.3 H. ole- High 4:16 a.m. Low 11:07 a.m. High 5:35 pm. Low 11:12pm. ft. ft. It. I ~ft. I ft. ft. ft. ft. Fri. May 9 ’63" has cuss [‘9’ High 4 :54 a.m. Low, 11:50 a.m. High 6 :31 pm: LOW 12:05 a.m. High .5234 a.m. Low 12:33 pm. High 7:26 pm. Low 12:56 a.m. High 6:16 a.m. Low 1:19 pm. High 8:20 pm. 1.: Sat. May 10 H AH Sun. May 11 H 5.: Mon. May 12 i- H cits-neg, clinic-pi lantern bail-w; ioinieo Eclean Low 1:48 a.m. High 7:00 a.m. Low 2:06 pm. High 9:14 pm. Tues. May 13 H H. to conduct the scheduled medal play with handicap tOur'nament reports George A‘shb‘augh. However, another try at thei same event will be made next 'Sunday, Qld Jupe permitting, play to start at ten o’clock. J O URN‘AL, Want, Ads 'are used by scores l‘of; your friends and neighbors With great success. Complete information about! what you have to sell alwaysi helps. , i I {titled Court at the Court House, Shel— * said Court. Wife'p Both Deceased. NOTICE IS HEREBY_GIVEN, that_ Lucy Fisk Lynn, Administratrix of, the combined Estate of Samuel S. Fisk and Katie Fisk, Husband and Wife. has, filed with the Clerk of the above entitled Court, her Final Report and Petition for Distribution asking the Court to settle such report, distribute the property tothose thereto entitled, and to discharge the said Adminis- tratrix. NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN, that the said Final Report and, Petition for Distribution be heard on Satur< day, the 17th day of May, 1941, at the hour of 10 O’clock in the forenoon lnl the Court room in the Court House in Shelton, .Washlngton. Dated this 14th da of April, 1941. CLAR EN GELSEN, Clerk of said Court. CHAS. R. LEWIS, Attorne for saidcom- bined state, Suite 1, Lumbermen’s Building, Shelton, tMason Colfnty, ash as on. (SETL) . 4-15-22-29.. 516—415, ‘ 0., .1394: , ~ ~ NOTICE‘OF SAIIV 0!.“ REAL ESTATE , ,AT FBI FATE SALE. In the Superior Com-dot .the,S.tpte of Washington-imam] for. the county of Mitsng In Pro ate. . IN T M TE R OF .THE COM- BINED, 'r T s of :ALFRED ERNv EST H ’~ '1‘ and .KATHARINE SAN- FORD»: HART. ; 0TH DE ASED. ‘ NOTICE IS. H REBY GI EN, t at under orityof an 0rder._of ale made and. en ered by, . the , Superior Court. of the tate, of Washington .in and for Mason county.a entered on the: 26th day of Aprih '1..41.,th 4, under» sighed, Executd‘rof the Last... ill. and Testament of Alfred-Ernest Hart, de- ceaSed, and Adminis rotor with, the Will” annexed of the ,. tale of ,Kathae ri'i'ie’ Sanford Hart. -deceased,.will,..in obedience ,to Said 0rder.. onuthe 15th day of May.“ 194 . 0r ..thcreafter., sell at :private sale t e-‘deceosed persons' interest iii and ,to‘ t e,,,followiug ,de- scribed (real. estatewituated in the 'nty ‘pf Mason,- State of washing- ?” i ‘t do.) mm =‘ . .s iThe. South,330 feetpf Government th. '4, excepting therefrom ,Jiow- ever, the .East 547.80 feet thereof; 1. Qt, Government Lot 5. eitcept- ,‘,thtf.'r.efrom,, however, the, East 54%80, feet thereof ; .all bei in Section 24. Township 20 orth. Range 3.West,, W. M.,; Saidlano bein also known and described as ract No. 8 of .the Plat of Southern.Puget Sound Farms, ex- ceptin therefroni.‘ however. the East 7.80 feet thereof; subject to rights-Qf—way for public roads. Also. all tidelands. of the second- class, formerly owned by the State of Washington, lying in front of the South 330 feet of Government Lot 4, Section 24, Township 20 North, Range 3 West, W. M., and extending to the line of extreme low tide, subject to reservations and exceptions on behalf of the State of Washington. The undersigned will receive bids inI writing up to and including the date‘ of sale at its Mam Banking Office ,in Seattle, Washington, in care of S. J. Neterer, Trust Officer, or at the Law Office, of Alden ,C. Bayley, Title Insurance Building, ShEIton, Washing- ton, or the same may be filed in the office of the Clerk of the above en- ton, Washington, and said sale will be made subject to the confirmation of The sale will be made for cash, atl least 10% of the amount of the ac-[ cepted bid shall be payable at the time of sale. and the balance of the pin-chase price at the time of the confirmation of the sale by the Court and delivery of deed and evidence of title to the property, above described. Dated this 29111 day of April. 1941. SEATTLE-FIRST NATIONAL BANK, . Executor of the Last Will and Testament and the Estate of Allied Ernest Hart. Deceased. h ‘clhct‘ WhiCh herein Real Estate A“ A- AAAMAWAMMAM FOR SALE: 4 excellent building lots, 13th and Franklin. Inquire 125 North 11th street for full particulars. 4-22-5-22——10t. FOR SALE: 10-acres close in, be- low Arcadia road. Partly clear- ed. Good land, creek, young or- chard, large garden on creek bottom, berries. New 6 room house, unfinished interior. Full basement. Outbuildings. $2,700’ cash. Pete Eitreim, Route 3. 4-22—tf FOR SALE: Tract 5, Lake Isa- bella. Good spring on property. Will sell reasonable. See Harold Carr at poStoffice. 5-1-6—2t. FOR SALE: or trade 16%-acres waterfront property, house and clearing on Harstine Island. Will take any reasonable offer. George B. Carlson, Route No. 2, Shelton, phone 4-F-11. 5-6-8-13—3t. ” FOR SALE 5-room modern home with nook and built-ins. Good yard and close-in. Why pay rent when can get a home like this for $1450 on terms of $250 down and monthly payments. acres of property on the Bay about 4 miles from Shelton, has 175 feet of waterfront and 1,900 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. Some terms. It * IU- i =0 1‘ “Business building in Shelton. Ren- tal income. Te rms. $4,600.00. III # 1-room log cabin on Isabella Lake. Terms. $950.00. Bargaln for Quick Sale 5-room modern home in good con- dition located on Island Lake. Property has the finest beach on the lake, fine gravel bottom. Cut from $1700 to $1450 for quick sale. See it today as it{ will not last. 3!: ii: 5-room modern home, with hard- wood floor, fireplace, furnace and basement, 2% acres of ex- cellent ground, with fruit trees and large chicken houses. This will make you a fine surburban home, close in. $3450, terms may be arranged. Herbert G. Angle Angle Bldg. Phone 304 vvvyvvvvvvv v‘vvv» Ivvvvvvv . Lost and Found v LOST $10 BILL: one young can didate in The Journal subscrip— LARGE Mason County Townshlpl tion campaign lost a ten dollar bill on the street between the Safeway store and The Journal office last Saturday Finder please bring it 'to The Journal so that_,it can be ‘re-w turned. to the little girl. Reward: 54648—212. and Administrator of the Es- tate ob:- Katharine.. .Sanford Hart, Deceased. ALDEN C. BAYLEY. . Attorney for Executo and Ad- ministrator,. Title. neurance Building. Shelton, Washington. 4-29. 5-6—13—3t. . . . NOTICE OF Am WON FIRE PROTECT ON I) STRICT In the ,Matter of the Petition or Joe McKiel,. et_.al, for .the. forma- tion-of a Fire Protection Disirict, ac- cording to the provisions 0 ,he stat- ute law of the, State . ashington, Chapter ~34.,LaWs 1.139: a: , NOTICE IS HE EBX. GIVEN, that he said petition halting been filed with the Board of County Commis- sioners, together ,With.th.e certificate otsufficiencyvomthe 14th day of April. 1941, a copy of said petition with the ' names of the petitioners omitted read- ing as follows.:. .,. , .rmjinON , Towns HONORABLE§FHE BOARD ‘OF -.CO-UN r COMMIS "ONERS or THE E01} T2, or MASON, s-i'A' ‘E Ola/w snmorrou; , e, the undersigned. residents and electors of that pact of Hoodsport pre- , ter: is described do hereby petition he honorable the board Not County; Commissioners of the County of Mason, State of Wash- ingtonpthat the said beard proceed according, to the provlslons of the statute law,of the State ,of Washing- ton as: stated ., ,in, Chapter. 34 of the Laws M11939 for the purpose of form- ing a Tire-Protection District as de- fined in said statute in the herein- after desorlbed part of Hoodsport pre~ tenet...“ We further represent to the honorable board that the part and portion_~of Hoodsport rccinct which “pro 039 to inclu c within the resin district is described as fol- jw's, .to-Wit: All of that option of Section 1. Towlfishlp 22, Orth, Range 4 West W, . which lies west of the west candor. line of Hood Canal, the .174 of Section 2, the EV; of Sec- tion” 11. all. of that portion of Section 12 which lies west of the west meander line of Hood Canal. all_of that portion of Section 13 which lies west of the west mean- der linevof Hood Canal, all of that. portion of the 151/: Of Section 14 grid 23 which lies west of the West meander line of Hood Canal. all [in Township 22 North, Range 4 West W.M. in the County of Mason, State of Washington. We, the undersigned, further rep- resent and allege that the purpose for which the district is, to be formed is to purchase and maintain fire-fight- ing Vegmpment, to provide for the operation of said equipment, to pro- vide-for protection, from damage and loss by fire within .the boundaries of said district, and to do all things which may be necessary to. carry out the purposes as, stated hereinbefore. We further allege, ‘.‘t.hat the estab— lishment of such district will becon— ducive to the public safety, welfare, and convenience, and will be abenefit to the property included therein." NOW, THEREFORE. it is ordered by the Board that the hearing of said pet1_tl0n will be held by the Board of County Commissioners of Mason County at their office -in the Court House at Shelton. Washington, on the 26th day of May, 1941, at the hour of ten O’clock A. M. DONE this 14 day of April. 1941. HARRY DEYETTE. Clerk of the Board of .19 County Commission- ers, Mason County. V Washington. 429. chug—St. i l I l I l l l afternoon. I "State of Washington LR. ; g ! 4 Mme-o. Classified Service lbs.“ S H E L T O N FURNITURE UP- HOLSTERING, furniture recov- ered and rebuilt. Free estimates. 714 Ellinor Avenue. Joe Nuss- baumer, prop. Phone 590—W. 4-15-—5-15»~1m. FLOWERS All kinds of Bedding Plants, Snapdragons, stock, pansies, petunias, geraniums, tomato plants, etc. FORREST GARDENS 222 S. 10th Phone 112-W “ 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. Phone 5362 OLYMPIA FILMS DEVELOPED 25¢ per roll Free Enlargement each roll. ‘ FIR DRUG STORE coupon with LARGE SIZE , Duplicating SALES BOOKS 5e Each. )r 55¢ per dozen We also take orders for all kinds of 'special—~ PRINTED SAI ES BOOKS Our prices are all low or lower than outside salesmen can quote you. THE JOURNAL LAWN MOWERS SHARPENED Keys made washing ma- chines repaired —— specialist in fine mechanical repairs and upholstery. Handy Man Shop Mason County Maps maps $1.00. Also maps of Olympic Peninsula, Puget Sound Country and State 50c to $1.00. The Journal NOTICE OF WATER RIGHT . ,APPLICATION NO. .5423 Office of Super- visor of Hydraulics, Olympia. TQ WHOM IT .MAY CONCERN ‘: Notice is hereby given that George Milbourn of Bremerton, State of Washin ton, under date of AprllA2l. 1941,- fled with the State Supervisor of Hydraulics, Olympia, Washington, an application for a permit to divert the public waters of an unnamed stream tributary of Dcwatto River, in the amount of 0.1 second-feet,_ subject to existing. rights. from April to October 1 of each year for the purposv. of irrigation and continuously domestic use; that the approxunate point of diversion is located Within SE34 of NW% Of Section 23, Township 23 N., Range 3 W. W. M., in Mason County. A map showingthe 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. SUFh objections or representations, in writ— ing, as he may desire to make, within thirty (30) days after date of last pg4blicatlon, which date May 6. 1 1. : _ ..Wl£ness my hand and official seal this 22nd day- of April, A. D. 1941. CHAS. J. BARTHOLET, .. , State Supervisor of Hydraulics. (SEAL) 4-29. 5-6. is NOTICE OF SALE OF . . STATE TIDE LANDS NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That on, Tuesday, the 6th day 'of May, 1941, commencing at ten .oclock in 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 Washing— ton. by the County Auditor of said county, the following described state tide lands, to ether with the improve- merits situate thereon, will be sold at public auction to the highest bid- de therefor, to-Wit: H. . NOTE—No one. except citizens of the United States. or persons wl) have .declared their intention to become such, can purchase state lands. Application 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 NO. 10434. The tide lands of the second class, owned by the State of VVash- ington, situate in ‘front of. ad- .jacent to Or abutting upon that part of lot 1, section 13, town- ship 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 as shown on Plat No. 318 filed in the Of- fice of the Commissioner of Pub- lic Lands at Olympia, VVashing- ton. July 10,1929. Said lands will be sold for not less than the appraised value above stated and upon the terms and conditions following: Not less than one-tenth of ,tlio pur—, chase price must be paid at the time of sale. The purchaser. if he be not the owner of the improvements. must forthwith pay to the officer making the :zalf: the toll amount v—_- JOURNAL w for ANT Um I , I :FURNISHED APARTMENTS for ; rent (2 and3rooms). Good 10- i cation. Very reasonable. Golds-j borough Apts, Second and Knee-l land Streets, Shelton. 5-7-tf.’ .FOR RENT: sleeping room for) woman or girl. Mrs. W. A. Brodt, 121 E. Cedar. Phone 582- J. 3—27—tf. COMFORTABLE sleeping rooml for rent and meals if desired. 903 Railroad Ave. FH4—29-5-1-6-8—4t. FOR RENT: 3—room furnished house. Inquire 604 Franklin. Mrs. Ed Elliott. 5—1—tf FOR RENT: Two good garden spot. road, 2 blocks out city limits. Phone 37-R. mvvvwwmvvvvvv '7" Wanted ’mvm 1 For Rent AA“ AAA.“ , cabins and l ers and shrubs evenings. 726 S. First St. P—4-15-29—5t. LET PLOVIE make your lawn and rockeries; plant your flow— ers and Shrubs evenings. 726 S. First St. WANTED: flat bed truck with hydraulic dump, ton and half. Howard Pershall, Box 198, Mc- Cleary, Wash. 5-6-‘41-—1t. VVVV'V vvvvvvvvvvvvwvvv‘ I Used Cars WWVWVM SUMMER SPECIALS \ 1941 Buick Special 4-door touring sedan—fully equipped—low mil- eage substantial discount; 1940 Buick Special Business coupe —low mileage—lots of extras——~ new car warranty—$795.00. 1940 Pontiac Deluxe 6 4-door tour- ing sedan—low mileage—under seat heater, electric clock, etc: New car guarantee~—$795.00. 1939 Chevrolet Master Deluxe 4— door touring sedan. Excellent condition—new car guarantee# $685.00. ,1937 Pontiac coupe—completely reconditioned—radio and heat- er. You can't buy duplicate this car at———$475.00 1937 Ford ‘85’ 2-door sedan. One owner, above average in every " I way~—$395.00. ‘1938 Buick 4-door touring sedan —completely reconditioned —— nicely equipped—$645.00. 3 Model ‘A’s’ and ‘29 Olds from $40.00 to $125.00. All ’41 state tested . ' BOB ERVIN '5th a Railroad—‘Eii‘ieon Motors Phone 94 WILL TRADE DeSoto Airflow for equity in late model coupe or sedan. Phone 169-J. McGfl4—22—-5-13-6—~6t . I l l 1 FOR SALE: USED FORDSONS. Two good used Fondson Tractors equipped with magnetos. Reas- onably priced. See your John Deere Dealer, BRADY GAR- AGE. at Brady, Wash. Phone Montesano 13-R-12. i 5-1—6—8-13H—4t. ithe appraised value of the improve- ments. as above stated. One—tenth of the purchase price must be paid annually thereafter with interest on all deferred payments at the rate of six per centum per annum: Provided, That any purchaser may make full payment of principal, interest and statutory fees at any time and ob— tain deed. 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 0b- tainiiig consent of the Commissioner of Public Lands, until the full amount of the purchase price has been paid and deed issued. All sales of state lands are made sumo/Ct to the reservations of oils. lgases, coal, ores. minerals and fos- sils of every name, kind and descrip- tion. and to the additional terms and conditions prescribed in section 3 of chapter 256 of the Laws of 1907. Said land will be sold subject to the terms, conditions and reserva- tions of chapter 312 of the Session Laws of 1927, relating to easements for l‘ights-of-way and the carrying of lumber. stone, minerals and other lpi'odlicts over the same. . JACK TAYLOR. Commissioner of Public Lands. By FRANK YATES. Assistant Commissioner. (SEAL) 4-8-15—22-29. 5-6—5t. (10) N 0 T I ('7 E NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that pur- suant to and in conformity with an order of the Board of County Com- missioners of Mason County. State of Washington, duly made and en- tered on the 21st day of April, 1941, ordering the undersi ned to sell, in the manner provide by law (Sec- tion 133. Chapter 263, Laws of 1927). the undersigned Will on Saturday, the 24th day of May. 1941 at the hour of nine o‘clock in the forenoon of said day. at the front door of the Court House in the City of Shelton. said County and State, offer for sale, at not less than the minimum price stated below. plus advertising and cruising costs, to the highest and best bidders, all the right. ,title, and interest of said Mason County, ex- cepting therefrom, however, all public roads. CCC roads. streets or alleys now in use. or rights;of—Way for roads now owned by ,o_r sought to be ap- propriated at this date for public roads, CCC roads or streets, by said county. and provided further that proceeds from sale of forest prod- l to the followmg described real prop- erties, situated in said County and State, to-wit: Description No. 1. Lots 8 and 9, Block 42: and vacated portion of Sher— wood Avenue 10 ft. Wide adj. Lots 6 and 7, Block 42, all in the Town or Allyn, Mason County, Offer $4.00. Description No. 2. Vacated portion of Sherwood Avenue 10 ft. wide adj. ‘Lots 1, 2, 3.‘ 4. Block 59: vacated por- tion of Sherwood Avenue 10 ft. wide adj. Lot 6, Block 71; vacated portion of Sherwood Avenue 10 ft. Wide ad}. Lots 1, 2, 3, 7. 8. 9. and 10, Block 80. all in the Town of Allyn. 'Ma- son County. Washington. Offer $5.00. Description NO. 3. , Lots 5 and 0. Block 7, Olympic View Addition to Shelton. Mason County. Washington. Offer $10.00 for both lots. Description No. 4. Lots 6, 7 8. and 9. Block 20. Olympic View Addition to Shelton, Mason County. Washing- ton. Utter $16.00 for 4 1,015. l l West Rail- I mw‘w AA “Am A“ E 'LET PLOVIE make your lawn; and rockeries; plant your flow—' ucts shall apply on contracts, in andi Washington. 1 .0 . c- . n. Page seven ADS RATES 0n Classified Advertisements 10 cents a line (5 words) first insertion, 5c 8. 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 (11' 10c will be made when biliingfla necessary. Card of thanks 50c. Classified Display Rates on Request. vvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvv v For Sale mm‘m‘“; AAAM‘AA ‘A‘I S—5-6—8—2t. FOR RENT: 50 acres good Pas' ture, well fenced and plenty of water. Very reasonable. J. F. Stotsbery, Arcadia Road. 4—24-—5-3~4t. Priced — Low! For Quick Cash Sale! Crosley Shel-va-dor Refrigerator 6 cu. ft. capacity. In perfect running condition. Davenport, rust color, in good condition. P-5_1_ 5-30_L1M, i See Mark Pickens or phone 110W. Metal dOuble bed with Simmons coil springs. Small handy table. 320 N. 4th St. Phone 67—W., Shelton. B—5—6—8—2t. EOR SALE: g FOR SALE: Monarch wood cor—1k; ing range, just like new. Jim Amunds, 313 Birch. 5-6—tf. FOR SALE: Four milk cows, two fresh May 20. Also 6-weeks’- old pigs. B. Forbes. “The Farm." 5-6-8—2t. SAL-E i7tused wood ranges—« from 9.50 to 49.50 2—rebuilt Maytag washers 39.50 1—ABC washer . 19.50 1—Voss washer . .. 17.50 yl—Norge washer .. 29.50 v ll—Incinerator .. 17.50 il—Laundry stove V ..... 12.50 il—Gas automatic hOt water i heater, ............................. 24.50 Used Dept. 117 Gate NASH BROTHERS ‘ l ; i’iilii-‘fifiiifiifi l Am- \ ALDEN C. BAYLEY “ATTORNEY AT LAW Title Insurance Building OppOslte First National Bank Phone 23 Shelton i l i l ! INSURANCE I HERBERT G. ANGLE Office at Angle Building ELLIOT B. SPRING Accounting Tax Services Bookkeeping Systems 123 4th St. Phone 565 Painting Paper-ing Interior Decorating GEO. A. McCREARY Phone 559-J Shelton, Wn. CHARLES R. LEWIS I ATTORNEY AT LAW Suite 1 L. M. Bldg. Shelton, Washington DOANE BRODIE '- Attorney-At-Law V Angle Building Phone 337 ' Description NO. 5. Lots 1 to 8,. iii- :clusive, Block 21, Townsend’s Addi- jtion to Union, Mason County. Wash- ington. Offer $10.00. Description No. 6. SW14, NWI/i. Section 17, Twp. 22 N.. Range 1 W. W.M. Offer $50.00 Cash. Descri tion No. 7. NM;- NE‘A SE“, Section , Twp. 20 N., Range 2 M. Offer $20.00. 1 Description No. 8, All of Ssction .13, Twp. 20 N.. Range 2 W.W.M. ox- ccpt the NEE/i NEH. (6'00 Acres) Of- fer $1.00 per acre. , Description No. 9. NV.» NEVA. SW17; NEIA. Nil/4,» NWli. and NW9“; SW84. , all in Section 12. Twp, 21 N.. Range 2 |W.W.M. Offer $240.00. Description No. 10. NEl/i SW". !Scction 21. Twp. 21 N., Range 2 W.M. Offer $40.00. , Description No. 11. S 160 ft. N‘é NV; NEIANEl/i, Section 34, Twp. 21 N.. Range 2 W.‘vV.M. Offer $15.00. ‘ Description No. 1.2. EV; 815%, Sec- ,tion 7, Twp. 21 N., Range 3 W.W.M. 10ffer $80.00 cash. ; Description No. 13. SW‘A SW14 'SE‘,4 or Tract.80. and SE14 SW14 381314 or Tract 79, both in Section Twp. 20 N., Range 4 W.W..M. i 31. H20 acres) Offer $20.00. . Description No. 14. NEW. swln Section 10, Twp. 22 N.. Range 4 W W.M. Offer $40.00 cash. Description No. 15. SE14 of Sec— |tion 34, Twp. 21 N.. Range 5 iOffer $250.00 cash. , Description No. 16. NW% NE%. INEl/l NWIQ. SW13 NWl4, and SEV. Ewa/1. all in Section 34. Tw . 20 N “" . .M. ffer $1 ,00. man“ WW O ER L. DION. Treasurer of Mason County. (SEAL) , _ . . April May (Hz-194: vii.