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Me} '15, 1941. ‘51 v 811 natural color—was the nucleus of Washington’s ement in the April 26 issue of Saturday Eveiiin You CAN’T s 1 IND gauging l " .VISITORS’ FAVORITE Rainier-scenic mecca for thousands each Ml ation year! The . n a .In and WilSlllllJltll no" ) is; A,;.L. g1 Scout 018 Active Chattersquirrel Sunday. This elm-ration for the ack Lake. Patrol ray, and Assist- ” ’J COIlducted the ames Howarth, a and Irving Ma- pE’ltI'OI construct- as 6 ‘5“; WEQBOY Orator . {0°11 the lat- s n Progress and the so— led a camp dock, Junior Assist- ant Scoutmaster Frank Guyer lcamped with the patrol. l SE WA Shelton Valley I The Panthers under the lead- iership of Patrol Leader Murrell ‘chkinson, have been leading an sembling camp equipment. aid Bina has been appoin L. for the Panthers. Russell Ho- vlnd has been advanced from pa- ,trol leader of the Panthers senior patrol leader. ithe 100% active medal for 1940. I The Agate Sunday school had 1 a large attendance Mother’s Day. A beautiful program was enjoyed ~in tribuitle to mothers, put on by l the mot ers of the Sunday school. iThree awards were given of pot- tted flowers. Mrs. Guy Rood, the ioldest mother attending, Mrs. L. Blno, having the most children attending, and Mrs. P. Ricard, with the youngest baby present. Mrs. L. Mott returned horn Sunday from the hospital. We all wish her a speedy‘recoveryt Yb Mrs. Martin Auseth visited with Mrs. M. Matthes and Mrs. P. Ri- card Tuesday. Mr. J. Jacoby returned from Tacoma after a visit of several days with his daughters and fam— ilies. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Hovind and son spent Sunday in Puyallup vis- iting with Mrs. Hovind’s parents. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE “Mortals and Immortals" is. the subject of the Lesson-Sermon which will be read in all Church- es of Christ, Scientist, Sunday, May 18. Golden Text: “Forsake the foolish, and live; and go in the way of understanding" (Proverbs 9:6). Among the citations which com- prise the Lesson-Sermon is the ‘lfollowing from the Bible: “Be- ihold, I shew you a mystery; We vshall not all sleep, but We shall [all be changed, In a moment, in .the twinkling of an eye, at the last trump: For this corruptible ,must put on incorruption, and {this mortal must put on immor- ltality” (I Cor. 15:51, 52, 53). The Lesson-Sermon also in- fcludes the following passage from ,the Christian Science textbook, 3' “Science and Health with Key to ithe Scriptures” by Mary Baker lEddy: “If sickness is real, it be— llongs to immortality; if true, it jis a part of Truth. Would you ;attempt with drugs, or without, [to destroy a quality or condition lof Truth? But if sickness and lsin are illusions, éfrom this mortal dream, or illus- ion, will bring us into health, holi- lness, and immortality” (p.230:1— l 6). iYOU ARE COVERED for any 30‘ cident for $.25 per day. Longer time the rate is cheaper. Herb ets when you travel. See Herb Angle, Agent. 1 active life the last weekend, as” ted AP: called at the home of Mrs. H. A. to Elliot Spring of Shelton and Mrs. Hovind won, Arthur Eells of Seattle, l l l e terward. Dan Bennett and daugh- ‘ter, Elaine, were out from Shel— l the awakening V v , ther convenience. ELL UNTll. "YOU NT-—ADS Grange Selects Oliverdgonstable, By Una Winsor l Shelton Valley, May 14.»There was a good crowd of members, and a few visitors, at the Grange, meeting Thursday night, and an evening of interest and fun enjoyed until lights out sounded. The members only regret waSi caused by the resignation of Clinton Okerstrom as Worthy Master, an office he has very successfully filled since January. Mr. Okerstrom gave a. brief talk and read a. letter from the State Extension Service- telling of a recent ruling which prohibits county agricultural agents from ioldlng office in another organ- ization. Oliver Constable, overseer, was elected as Master, and C. L. Col- lins was elected overseer.’ Two teams, captained by Mrs. Dewey Bennett and Clarence Wi- vell, have competed the past four months for points in attendance and hall decoration. As the team of the former lost they were re— quired to put on the supper Thurs— day night and arrange a pro— gram of vocal and instrumental numbers, which received much applause. A trio consisting of Oliver Constable, violin, furnish- ed music for dancing later. Mrs. Gordon McKay, who with Mr. McKay, returned Wednesday from E a two—months’ trip to California, was welcomed by the members. The second May meeting will be next week, the 22nd. l Howard Robin—, Mr. and Mrs. son of Lake Cushman, and Mrs. Charley Baker and daughter Jean, visited at Echo Farm with the Winsor and Dewey Bennett fami- lies Friday cvening. v Harold Adams of Tacoma, was a visitor at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Cooke the first of the week. Ardice Bennett was over from Seattle and spent the weekend at home. ' Miss Hazel Loomis of Olympia Winsor Saturday afternoon. Miss Loomis, who is the sister of Mrs. taught the Valley school in 1907 and 1908. She is now teaching at the Winlock‘ Mille’r high school, opposite the Capitol group, in Olympia. Mrs. Emma Conklin and Mrs. Ben Hughes of Shelton were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Bennett and family Sat— urday evening. The visitors, ac— companied by Ardice Bennett, took in a dance at Olympia af- 9 In A Row For Cora Barber and Ned Snelgrove MIXED DOUBLES BOWLING l Dodds-Dodds ............ .. 19 b .7921 Barber-Snelgrove .... ._ 16 8 .667; Staley-Dotson ..... .. . 14 10 .583; Skelsey-Skelsey 13 11 .542l Allen-Aronson .......... .. 12 12 .500 Durand-Durand ...... .. 12 12' .500 LaBarr-Roberts 13 .458. Wood—Woods __________ .. 13 .458 Peterson—Mackey ____ .. 10 14 .417 Kubik-Ferrier‘ .......... .. 10 14 .417 Sutherland-Sergeant... 9 15 .357. Smith-Smith ............ .. 7 17 .2921 Men’s Game—~Tlff Skelsey 235 Men’s TotaliTiff Skelsey 607 VVomen’s GameesEvelyn Smith 176 Women’s Total——Edna Robin— son 485 Team Gamevismith-Smith 443 Team Total # Robinson-Durand 1295 With nine straight victories in the bag, the mixed doubles bowl- ing team of Cora Barber and Ned Snelgrove has mOVed into second place only three games shy of the leaders. Margaret Stewart (substituting for Mary Suther— land) and Toad Sergeant were the l victims Tuesday night in the weekly league matches. V The league leading team of Inez and Ron Dodds won a pair from Elsie Peterson and Buck; Mackey but lost a full game to the Barber-Snelgrove team. One other whitewash was hung up Tuesday, Edna Robinson (pinch hitting for Min Durand) and Hank Durand blanking Dot LaBarr and Pete Roberts, the victors movmg= into the first division. 1 All other matches were 2 to 1 affairs as Kay Allen and Arnie Aronson downed Merna Wood and I. H. Woods, Gwen and Tiff Skel- sey defeated Pauline Staley and: Denny Driskel, subbing for John Dotson), and Marie Kubik and Bud Forbes (taking Al Ferrler’s place) shoved Evelyn and Bill Smith deeper into the cellar. Hazel Ferrier Tops Feminine Alley Averages Hazel Ferrier made a runaway race of the individual scoring hon- ors in the women’s bowling league this past season, her 168 pin av— erage being 15 pins higher than her closest rival. l l l l three feminine bowlers who didn’t miss a single game of the 90- game schedule, the others with perfect attendance records being ton for a short visit at theDew- ey Bennett home, also, that af- ternoon. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Shafer vis- ited ning with Mr. E. Grenberg. Mrs. H. A. Winsor, Mrs. Dewey Bennett and Gordon Bennett were visitors in Shelton Saturday af- ternoon at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Carlson. Mrs. Gordon McKay and Mrs. Steve Beers of Dayton, and Mrs. Clarence Wivell were callers at Echo Farm Thursday evening. Mrs. McKay stopped and gave generous samples of California fruit, brought from their trip in the Southwest, to other friends in this vicinity, also. Mr. and Mrs. John Kneeland of Shelton, visited at the home of Sunday afternoon and evening. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Shafer vis— ited in Shelton Friday evening at the Mt. View home of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Ramin. Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Phillips of ,Shelton spent Sunday with the Winsor and Dewey Bennett fami~ lies. Mrs. Oliver Constable and daughter Marjorie, Merridee Wi- vell, Mrs. Merrill Saeger from the Isabella district. and Juanita Mc— Peck and the little Dodd’s girl of Shelton, called there in the after- noon. Mrs. Hazel Healey and daugh— ter Ann of Olympia, and Mrs. Ina Fort of Tacoma, were here during the weekend visiting Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Rutledge and to celebrate Mother‘s Day. Mrs. H. A. Winsor, Mrs. Dewey and Ardice and Keith Bennett called there Sunday. ,' Grant Gilmore, deputy fire war- den, who has been living onthe John Sell's place, west of Shel- ton, has moved onto Cooke’s lower farm. Mrs. Gil- «more has been in the Shelton hospital for treatment. Total satisfaction is assured when you come here for home furnishings. & Better Quality at prices you can afford . . . easy terms for your ‘fur- his mother, Mrs. Signe Kneeland,_ Bennett‘ Walter ..._..._._... '._,L...______._« ~_._.,_.___... Margaret Stewart and Min Dur- and. Freda Fredson and Elsie Peter— son ran a close race for runnerup honors in the averages, the for- in Shelton ThUTSday eve'lmer winning by a single pointl and Mrs. R-‘but the latter participating in more than twice as many games. The averages for the past sea- son: SHELTON—MASON COUNTY JOURNAL‘ JOURNA ’vv Mrs. Ferrier was also one of]r Real Estate; w ’ an“..- 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—tfi FOR SALE: 15 acres, Pic—ltering‘ Pass road. Saltwater cove“ spring brook, about 1 acre has been cultivated, two fine build-l ing sites, electricity, telephone available, several acres good; grape ground, easily cleared: grape ground, easily cleared; right for log buildings. $800.00,’ terms. P. E. Ball, Route 2, Shel-i ton, Wash. 5-13-15——2t. FOR SALE: 5-room modern house, , furnished or unfurnished. $2800I terms. Phone 328—J or 499. RJ—5-13e—tf. FOR SALE: 5-room mhome, basement, automatic furnace: unfinished attic. Good condition! J. L. Catto, phone 111-M. 5—13-227#4t. FOR SALE: summer home on Hood Canal, 2 miles east Union City. Dandy home, 10 acres, spring, electricity, 21,1) miles from Shelton, fine beach. Waterl front tracts and homes. See‘ Shick & George, 124 No. lst St., Shelton. 5—15—20fl-2t l, WATERFRONT BARGAIN Quay-l ter mile frontage, 25 acres,, Creek, low bank, on Big Skoo-f kum, south side. Known as Can—,‘ nery Point. MAKE ME AN OF- FER. Ray C. Gruhlke, Capital Theatre Building, Olympia, Wn.[ 5—15—-6-26#13t. ‘ 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. ! l 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. l i * * * * * it Business building in Shelton. Ren- tal income. Terms. $4,600.00. t * It i i 1-room log .cabin on Isabella Lake. Terms. $950.00. 1 Bargain for Quick Sale ; 5-room modern home in good con—l dition located on Island Lake! ‘Boy Orator’ To Talk Saturday For G.W.C. Another outstanding evening of entertainment has been arranged for the weekly meeting of Gen- i Saturday evening in the Memorial Hall, featuring Jack Barry, the “boy orator” for Philadelphia, in a talk on the national pension plan of the G.W.C. The public is invited. Dancing and refreshments will be served. Last week’s meeting featured a social program of songs and music. Mrs. Charles Chase sang several solos, accompanied by Mrs. John Dotson; Mrs. John Yur- man and Miss JOSephine Grassl played several accordion duets. After refreshments were served dancing was enjoyed by the large crowd which attended the program. l l l I l Mrs. H. A. Winsor and Mrs. Dewey Bennett called on Mr. and Monday evening. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Shafer en. joyed Sunday’s unusually warm weather with an outing on Hood Canal. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wandell of Shelton, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Bennett at sup— per Tuesday evening. l DISSOLUTION OF ! PARTNERSHIP I, Wendell Young, have sold my linterests in the Richfield Service Station known as Jack & Wen’s, located at First and Railroad to my former partner, Jack Pearson. partnership was dissolved May 7, 1941. . 3t. l l NOTICE OF WATER RIGHT APPLICATION NO. 5405 State of \Vashlngton Office of Sn- gervisor of Hydraulics. Olympia..- T WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Notice is hereby given that Dan Lynch of Shelton, State of Washing- ton. under date of April 2, 1941, filed with the State Supervisor of Hyd— raulics, Olympia, Washington, an ap- plication for a permit to divert the public waters of Lynch Creek tribu- tary of Skookum Inlet, .111 the amount of 0.10 second foot, subject to existing rights, continuously for the purpose 0: domestic supply and manufacturing; that the approximate pomt of diver- sion is located within Lot 4 of Sec— tion 10. Township 19 N., Range 3 W. W. M., in Mason County. A showing the location and plan of said diversion and the place of the pro- Ferrier .. 168iBrewster .. 128 Fredson .... .. 153EKubik ._ 127 Peterson 152|LaBarr .. 124 McConkey .. 14810urand .. 124 Starwlch 147|3kelsey .. 123 l Stewart .... .. 146|30rmier .. 123 Staley ...... _. 142i3tevens ______ .. 111 lRobinson .... 1411'Siitherland .. 110 IDodds ...... IBGlStudebaker.. 105 Smith ...... .. 135lWoodworth....,99 Wood ________ _. 1321Pauley ........ .. 84 ,Allen ........ .. 129) : Herbert G. Angle cral Welfare Club No. 1 for this. Mrs. A. W. Robinson in Shelton. 1" VEGA]. PUBLICATIONS |. map i Property has the finest be’achl on the lake, fine gravel bottom.‘ Cut from $1700 to $1450 for! quick sale. See it today as it, will not last. :5 * * 5—room modern home, with hard- wood floor, fireplace, furnace and basement, 21/2 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. ‘ Phone 304 Angle Bldg. posed use is on file in the office of the State Supervisor of Hydraulics Olympla. Washington, together with Silch other information as is required by law. Any person, firm or corporation whose right will be injul'lously af- fected by said application may file with the State Supervisor of Hyd- raulics, at Olympia, Washington, such objections or representations, in writ- ing, as hemay desire to make, with- in thirty (30) days after date of last pigglicatlon. which date is May 15, Witness my hand and official seal this 2nd day of April. A. D. 1941. CHAS. J. BARTHOLET,‘ State Supervisor of Hydraulics. (SEAL) ‘ 5—8—15—2t. NOTICE OF WATER RIGHT APPLICATIONS NOS. 5446 & 5447 State _01' Washington Office of Sn— pcrvlsor of Hydraulics, Olvm la. . TO WHOM IT MAY CONCER ; Notice is hereby given that the State Department of Game,. of Se t- tlc, Washington, under date of M y 5, 1941, filed with the State Super- visor of Hydraulics, Olympia, Wash— ington. two applications for permits to divert. subject to existing rights, the public waters of an unnamed stream, tributary of Hunter Creek in Mason County. continuously for the purpose of fish propagation and do- lnestic.supply, as follows: , Application No. 5446 is for 6.0 sec- ond feet; the approximate point of diversion being located within the NWl/i oi SE14 of Sec. 18, Twp. 21 “N., Rge. 4. W.W.M. _ Application No. 5447 is for 3.0 sec- ond feet; the approximate point of diversxon being located within the NEM 0f SW14 of Sec. 18, Twp. 21 N., Rge. 4 Maps showing the locations and plans of said diversions and the place of the_proposed use are on file in the office of the State Supervisor of Hydraulics, Olympia, Washington, to- gether with such other information as is required by law. Any person, firm or corporation whose right will be injuriously af— fected by said applications may file with the State upervisor of Hyd- raulics, at Olympia, Washington, such objecthnS or representations, in writ— ing. as he may desire to make, with- in thlrty (30) days after date of, last psifihcatlon, which date is May 22. 1 . Witness my hand and official seal this 6th day of May, A. D.. 1941. CHAS. J. BARTHOLET. State Supervisor of Hydraulics. (SEAL) 5—15—22—2t. N 0‘ T I C School District No. 300 will receive bids on 15 cords of 16-inch. old growth wood. Bids will be accepted until 8 p. in. May 26th. and will be opened at the schoolhouse at that time. MRS. MADELINE ROOD. E District School Clerk. l 5-15-20-22—6t. . you. I l l l 9mm.” Classified Service w i S H E L T O N FURNITURE UP- , FURNISHED APARTMENTS for HOLSTERING, furniture recov-l ered and rebuilt. Free estimates. 714 Ellinor Avenue. Joe Nuss- borough Apts, Second and Knee» baumer, prop. Phone 590—VV. 4-15--5—15—71m., i FLOWERS , All kinds of Bedding Plants, Snapdragons, stock, pansles, petunias, geranlums, tomato i plants, etc. FORREST GARDENS 222 S. 10th Phone 112-W FLOOR SANDING and finishing. Reasonable. 123 Alder Street. G 5—8—20—v4t. l FILMS DEVELOPED 25¢ per roll Free Enlargement each roll. FIR DRUG STORE coupon with l LARGE SIZE l Duplicating SALES BOOKS 5e Each Jr 55¢ per dizen We also take orders for all kinds of special“ ‘ PRINTED SAI ES BOOKS Our prices are 21'; low or lower than outside salesmen can quote THE JOURNAL LAWN MOWERS SHARPENED Keys made —~ washing ma- chines repaired -~ specialist in fine mechanical repairs and upholstery; Handy Man Shop Mason County Maps LARGE Mason County Townshipi maps $1.00. Also maps of! Olympic Peninsula, Puget Sound, Country and State 50c to $1.00. The Journal l Journal VVant-Ads—Phon. 100 ,,_‘ 'Vvvv.vvvv“ "vv w (vvvvvvv Lost and Found LOST: Bay (pinto stallion saddle pony. Bob Coates, Mt. View. 5—15—1t. ’ I l I 1 FOUND: two car keys. have same by paying for ad. Journal office. ________.__.._...——-- CARD OF THANKS l May we extend in this way our" sincere appreciation for the kind—I nesses, sympathies and beautlflfl floral pieces offered us during our bereavement over the death of #Owner may this tf. . Edgley. Mrs. A. S. Edgley and Ronald Mr. and Mrs. George Cooper Mr. and Mrs. Orval LeWis Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Edgiey Mr. and Mrs. Leland Hansen. INOTICE OF SALE OF TIMBER ON STATE FOREST BOARD LAND Application F—3h3 ‘Wm FOR RENT: FOR RENT: furnished apartment VFOR 17 acre ranch, my beloved husband, Arthur S., Page Seven ANTliEi RATES On Classified Advertisements ' vrv—vv For Rent WA MMAAA §AAAA“‘“AAA (2 and 3 rooms). Good lo— Very reasonable. Golds- rent cation. land Streets, Shelton. 5-7 ~tf. 3-room furnished Inquire 604 Franklin. 5-1 tf house. Mrs. Ed Elliott. FOR RENT: pleasant sleeping, room. Mrs. W. A. Brodt, 121' East Cedar. Phone 532—5. B—5-13—rtf. payment made before the first of the month to save expense of billing. An extra charge of 10c will be made when bining’is necessary. Card of thanks 50c. Classified Display Rates on avalle ble June 1st. Cedar Apart- Request- ments. Phone 382-J evenings. W—w5-13f~tf. f 10 cents a line (5 words; first : FOR RENT: completely furnishedl 3-room apartment, e l e c t r i c I insertion, 5c a line each subse- ) l I -range, refrigerator, automatic7 quent insertion. Mini mum charge 30c. Classified advertisements ac- cepted over the telephone from heat, hot water. Ayailable June FOR SALE CHEAP: davmport 1st. Bacheloi apartment equip- . . . and chair, kitcnen lungs, bl— ped same as above. Lawton , 1 H1 1,‘ H 1 1 Apartments. Phone 56_J_ eye 0, sma. Ica'cl, aim. .nowei. Call 212 East Pine, after 6 p.171. ""vvvvvvvvvvvvvvv vvv‘vv For Sale WAAA‘AAA‘ A All AA AA‘AAA,‘ phone subscribers. Cash should accompany all other orders or L‘5'8’tf' l R—5—8-15u3t. 5 FOR SALE: room house on Oakland Bay, V Monarch wood cook- miles from Shelton. Call eve- ing range, just/like new. Jim nings. Frank Chester, 219 So. Amunds, 313 Birch. 5-6 -tf. 5-15-20 2t. 2nd Street, Apt. 1. ., ' FOP: SA 4 j ) . ,. ,. j . . F( )R RENT: A room furnishedl LE (“L “CY bddmg p , horse 6 years old. Good work— upaltmenti 234 Sig-‘(Sfifigflgjiwgt'l er $100.00 cash. Wayne Carlson, I Route 3, Shelton. 5-1.1i-15m2t. HOUSE FOR RENT: with orchardl and plenty garden grounleOR SALE: small one drum don— Phonc O. T. Aubol, 211—R-4. l key. Suitable for yellow: blocks 5-15~»1t. l or Alder. Inquire Journal. mvvvvwvvvvvvvvvv'rvm ' i i P 775-13-15-‘7777211. Wanted iFOR SALE: Maytag washing ma- Q“.““A“AA‘ OA‘WW ‘ chine in good running condition, i Nice stand of young piling just LET PLOVJE make your lawn Shem)“- 33343 3t- and rockeries; plant your flow- ers and shrubs evenings. 726 S. First St. P-5-1. 5-30—1M. —————-—. .—-.—...—.- STEADY WORKH—GOOD PAY RELIABLE MAN WANTED to] WA ‘~—~-~—f—j—T~~—r#4 can on farmers in mson Coun- FOR SALE: two 14-foot round ty, No experience or capital re-i ‘ bottom rowboats. Inquire Frank quired. Write MCNESS CO”i Ahl, Hoodsport, Wash. 5-15-—1t. 2423 Magnolia St., Oakland, " California. FOR SALE: Maytag washing nui- chlne in good running condition, $15.50. Inquire 420 Cota Street, Shelton. 5—15-207 2t. _.__ USED FURNITURE LOCAL BAPTIST C U R C H , aflused ranges ____________ " $29.50.“) wants to buy 20 cords of 3—ft.) , . .. . . . . .1—-Lsed c011 spring .............. .. 5.00 wood. Submit bids, stating price 1 2 studio couches .7 50 u and kind of wood you have. In- {3 wood Circuméof'v‘” ' :(‘50 ug quire 229 S. First or phone 137.I """" ‘ 1 54345—351 Olsen Furniture Co. WANTED: girl or lady‘for gen-l eral housework, stay nightsi 1018 Cota. Phone 549. ' . 'vvvvvv‘vvvwv-‘vv wvv mV‘ Assassin PROFESSEONAL CARDS. WANTED housekeeper. Apply ; Railroad Ave. luAAAAAMMAAAAA‘AAMA/‘A- Bi5—13-157—2t - vvwvvvw vvvvvwvvvvvvvw— l Used Cars WWVWWVVVVVWVVW 0' l SHELTON’S FINEST —-— E AND SAVE! 1940 Buick Coupe, like new, lots} of-extras. Cost $1175.00 new} Now a bargain at .......... ..$795l 1940 Pontiac DeLuxe 6 4-door se-g dan. Lots of extras. New car‘ lNSURANCE guarantee. Cost original ownerl $1200. Now $795) HERBERT G. ANGLE 1940 Chevrolet Master DeLuxei , Coupe, 16,000 miles of conserv-I office.“ Angie Building . ative driving. Every conceivable . extra. Cost owner $1075.00, Now .......................................... .. $745] 1939 Chevrolet Master DeLuxe 4- door sedan. An exceptional car throughout. A real value $685 1938 Buick special (Black) 4-door sedan, lots of extras, thoroughly reconditioned mechanically with 4 new tires. Only ............ "$645: 1938 Pontiac 8 Coupe, fully equip- ' pod, low mileage .............. .. $595 1937 Chrysler Coupe, new painted, 4 new tires, overdrive, etc. $495 1937 Pontiac 6 Coupe, radio and l l l ALDEN c. BAYLEY ATTORNEY AT LAW Title Insurance Building Opposite F irst National Bank Phone 23 Shelton ._.._ V'M,‘ l ...................... —. l l ELLIOT B. SPRING? Accounting Tax Services Bookkeeping Systems ‘ 123 4th St. Phone 565 _- \ .._._ . MT. MORIAH LOD-GEl heater, one owner. Motor recon— ditioned, new painted. Onlyd$495 No. 11 F. 8; A.M. 1934 Chevrolet 2—door so an. , Above average- __________________ _.$195 Next Regular Communication lThree model A’s and 1929 Olds- JUNE 7 1 mobile sedan from $40 $95 . M. H. NEEDHAM Better Values Lower Prices Worshipful Master I Notice is hereby givenuthat 'Aplfll- cation Fv363 has been 11le(‘1 in the office of the Secretary of State For— cst Board and Commissioner of Pub- lic Lands at Olympia, Washington, in acoordancc with the provisions of Chapter 66 of the .Scssmn Laws of 1933 for the purchase of timber on the following described Forest Board Land in Mason County: 400 30-foot poles on the SW33 {)1 SE‘A of section 14, township ‘23 north, range 2 West, W.M., 11.2,— 000 lineal foot). Ami-aised at twri cents (02‘ lilieal foot or a total of $240.00. The purchaser of \thc above be- scribed timber will, be required to comply strictly With laws goy- erning slash disposal as found in Title 36, Chapter 1, Remmgtons Compiled Statutcs and laws amendatory thereto. Purchasers of state timber are required to lines and are re- it’ timber is owned prop— ;l) per run out the sponsiole for trespass cut on adjacent state- erty. . The timber on the above described Forest Board Land will be sold May 24, 1941 to the applicant at the ap— praised value, provide no offer in writing of at least 10‘}; more than the mu bby a appraised value, accompa sufficient deposit, is i'ecel y the Secretary of the State Forest Board and Commissioner of Public Lands at least two days prior to the date or sale. Terms of sale—Cash. The purchas- or will have one year from the date of sale to cut and remove the timber. Dated this 8th day of May, A. D., 1941. STATE FOREST BOARD JACK TAYLOR. Secretary. (SEAL) 5—15—v1t. Easy Way in free 1 Your Pet 01 Fleas sprinkle your pet _with BUHACH, sifting the powder lightly through the (or or foatlieis. Then \vnlé'li the vermin roll oil! Protect your pets this easy odorless way-— BUHACH acts as a swltt sure i-c- p’ellent to many insect pests. I 1 Handy Sifter Cans 25c. upat Drug, grocery, Seed Stores and Pet Shops. .1, ,{g Simply pnoo . Ag . RICHFIELD a stronger guarantee you'll ' not find anywhere! All 141 state tested . . . , BOB ERVIN l J. L. CATTO, Secretary: WILL TRADE DeSoto Airflow for equity 'in late model coupe or sedan. Phone 169-J. McG—4—22—-5-13-6——6t WILL TRADE: Model “A” pick- up, drag saw and one room shack for later model car. T. D. Clark, General Delivery, Shel- ton. 5-13-15w—2t. FOR SALE: ‘K-20 Cetrac tractor, 1930 Chevrolet 4-door sedan. Herbert Allen, Union. Phone 354.’ 5-13—15-20——3t . WITSIERS: . FUNERAL HOME Licensed Embalmers w. A. Witsicrs, Prop. Phone 180 ~ Shelton. Wash. i l l Tides of the" week 1 Computed for Oakland Bay ‘ (Hood Qanal tides are one hour & 55 minutes earlier) l l WILL SACRIFICE equity in 1939~ LOW 265 am 5 9 ft Mercury “1°01” stdanx Phone‘Friday High 9E3? am: 117' ft I 329 W- 13“ S‘gflgfltlggbfiz_3t May 16 Low (4:40 pm. -0.2‘ft JOURNAL Want Ads are used by sat 13:22 scores of your friends and Ma” 17 High 10:53 a'm' 10‘9 ft' neighbors with great’ success. y L - Complete information about LOW 5:40 pm 10 ft. 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