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PAGE FOUR THE MASON COUN &apos; ffOURNAL THE MASON COUNTY JOURNAL The community, like the individual, wants all the new and modem things of life and does not  to be out- done by neighbors. The fact that each of these new ideas calls for more money and higher taxes is an after consideration. For some of these there is money return while for others our reward 'comes indirectly, but none the less surely. Shelton people desired a suitable grounds to add to desird a suitable grounds o add to the many attractions Of the Olympic Highway and to induce the passing tourists to tarry here overnight, and mayhap, supply their, immediate needs from our merchants. At any rate they are welcome to tarry awhile and pass on with a good word for Shelton. GRANT C. ANGLE & SON, Publishers ember of Washington State Press and Washington Newspaper Associations SPOKANE MEETING IS WARMEST EVER HELI) BY PARTY :Entered as second-c'lass matter at the postolfice at Shelton, Washington IN THE STATE. Published every Friday morning. Subscription: Domestic. $2 per year. Foreign, $2.50 in advance -- (All I)npers discontinued one month after delinquency) II III After several days of preliminary I scrapping the state Democrats re- "KNEELAND PARK" Tn n.a],]] )|r quire,] two ,lays to thresh out their . a vwwxq aataau party troubles before delivering the  platform and malting its selection n" i bean-I of delegates. The main contentions A concertea moveme  s g:wele o el ....... "' "  'mce " v spn oelegamons Irom made all over ne country o i ' i Ki n an(' i .... ...... n ublic g i l  erce counties, wnere ne down cne innaeu pmces o p federal brigade had trie] to control. necessities, and thin will have a The Titlow, or regular bunch, had wholesome effect in the' sooner get- the balance the power easily and the tAng down to legitimate business, air Williams-Drumheller bunch was cast profits and recognition of the inter- out body and breeches. Titlow was ests of all concerned. The .govern- again selected for state committee-i ment is urging the banks to restrict'man, having behind him the smaller loans to legitimate business and hold count delea i . nn nf th .... ,, y  t ons made _,. ..... seumc .ct essmpngt,2:!ntwiporoihd  rsd?!este:mdnftese;ur ing weaker houses to unload their dential electors. goods and, temporarily at least, the A side-split developed from the buying public will have an inning at radical tendencies of those in control the expense of those unable to stand]of the convention in their attempt tne pressure. The unscrnpulous deal- to flirt with the Non-Partisan and ers will follow with a flood of fake other discordant elements of the This desire has been gratified in sales ,f ncir shoddy and least de- praat by th donation of an ideal sirable-goods, and buyers will need oI la O, ann 1 is up o ne cl;- _ +. ......... , Ire keep .e,,  -v-. lzens.to put lt m proper shape for No material and permanent reduc- camping gl:()m(ls, lhe own.can oo[tio n in manufactured lines can be 1 a:,:n.a,u?o expense o ne .rex: l accomplished untii tile cost o manu- pay,'., DUll Lne COHIICll Has (leCl(le(i L, . * t. ........ ,....,. I ..... , .. .. nan j , , .  ,,, ,,. , J[D.CbUI'C llaS ueell i*eutlCe(l, allU. as bllU v" a .euer pln, valcn Wilt all}!ro goods now in tile llands of tile deal- 3 P2 e an ouil?g /m,, atccompmn ers trove cost ,ugh prices, with a still ' . -up W Ill: cas 1 ouLlay , . "*ednes'a f',. .." ,,..; ..' aggravated shoring' in most hnes, (t y a eIBoon, lvlay ZOll, BaN " nmcn of the noisc of falling prices been declared a public holiday, when the stores will be closed and all cit- izens assemble to make short work of cleaning up the grounds and making needed improvements. Let's all turn out and stlare in making "Kneeland Park" a credit to Shelton. will be froth, in stable lines at'least. The result oI the movement, if cou- pled with careful and conservative buying on the part of the consumer, will be just what the country needs in order to get down to the real bus- ineess basis and cut out the field of STATE CONVENTION 'lClassified Ads l OF DEMOCRATS HELD , . state vote, and to ignore the re- turned soldier element of the party. The soldiers were largely represented in the contesting King county dele- gation and they failed to even get the chance of airing their grievances on the floor of the convention. All they claimed to desire was to pro- i test aa'ainst the s,)ciatistic plank of ]freeing all political and seditious i prisoners w!lich was promised as a sop to the radicals. Wilson Administration Commended The Wilson administration in tote including the treaty was given ful- some praise. However, in the poll of delegates MeAdoo seemed the choice of the state democrats, re- ADVERTISING RATES 5 cents a line (six words) in classified columns Minimum charge 25e; twice for 40 cents; three times for 50 cents. 10 cents a line on local page; 80 cents mininmm. Cash or stamps must accompany all orders. FOUND--Watch on the street. Own- er can have same by proving prop- erty and paying for this ad. Shel- ton Shoe Shop. 528 LOST--One white boat with tarred bottom, 12 feet long, two seats oak ribs. H. L .Roundtree, Route 1, Shelton. 6-4 FOR SALE--Pure blood Rhode Is- land Red eggs for setting. Also have used bicycle for sale at Need- ham & Clothier. J. L. Pearson, Shelton. It WANTED TO RENT AT ONCE-- Furnished house in town of Shel- ton. State number of rooms and rent wanted. Address Mrs. Price 210 So. K. St., Aberdeen, Wash. 6-4 FULL-BLOODED BERKSHIRE FOR scrice. 'Concord Poultry and Hog Farm, Route 2, Shelton. 5-21 FOR SALE--One llx9 Willam-e (lonkey in good shape. New sled and water tank. Box 91, Oakville, Wash. 5-21 FOR SALE--Horse 1000 pounds; 10 Plymouth Rock chickens; and goose. At old Edmonds place on old Union City road. Clayton J. Jahn, Shel- ton. It the profiteer, eeiving 237 votes; while Bryan came Sugar is perhaps the best instance next with 41, and the rest scattering ' OPEN SHOP A DRIVE WORTH WHILE of real nrofiteerin we have today, down to Wilson, whom but three de-  . n ' :7o.+ .,,h=' sired for the third term' FolloWing, PRACTICAL BAKERS WANTED "    d ,m this our c..o,,, ,,.,- . _ .  Rural Route No. 2 is one of the! ties have aided and abetted. In fail- s the gmt of. the platform adopted: ] lt.edy. r0k guaranteed to all bakers tJommenuauon oi me MmlnlSlr vho best drives out of Shelton but gen-ing to take control of the Cuban .. .  . ...... / :" ,..r.- sework is satisfactory. Day shifts men oi rresluen WllSOl anti 0I nlS  a m erany overlooked by auto drivers, isugar crop at 6 cents when it was ...... . .. ,. .. , ..[ .i , to 6 p. m. Night shifts 6 p. .... worz m me trea making e0unciis m to ..... " The road m very good all the way [offered, and m permitting Attorney in Part " ' .... X .....  ,, , ........  , 6 a. m., 8 hour shifts. Wages: s s commnea wire ueu ncm encli h d and about two hours is reuired toIGeerat-Paimer , to agree with the ..... . . . ....... n .[B '', an , $39.00 per week; oven ............. ........  ..... uon oI ne i*epuoncans, in the fien- n"and " make the drive comfortably. Atthree Loffisiafia ghji* p6dtieers m their ate for "-art'= .... " ..... ,. .., .... :,[.me . taxers, $42.00, per week. places, on this bay, Pickering Paes- demand for 17 to 18 cents a pound fight' wPomamasPa.g l}:i?otnY[Night. "wgrk 25c per hour additional age and in Agate district, the road I for 'their product, this administration d t e a men $ , v . over'say work 'for actual hours work- i skirts the water and affords a splen-Its entierly responsible for the pres- o n scoeop Yachtr:fYenUasteedS. alanes I.., Time and one half for over did reW.' This district has' shown tcePnritC?atheucodnsumer is paying of Adequate cash compensationby the [mciaWnrito f tet:i.hne  Seattle a g eater growth than- any other ...... po . Even a Utah beet state and nation fo th i,.  ra.[ ,. ,, --- " g ndustry, ' . ........... "'+ ""' oo. looe Bid a part of Mason County, and new set- sugar concern is making a clear . .. ., g., Se tile. . ....... of the world war m urged with,a rec. ...... tiers are industrially clearing lands, profit of 14 cents, a pound. Now ommendation for th , , "vo L. Phones rmott 4309;-Elhott I857. raising poultry, putting in berries, that the price is-up there is no longer and War nrofit taxes'f0r't'he-.,,u'rno. :'-= '' ' b,lding flue n homes and making claim ,of shortage, and those .who IT he reso'utions continue by VstaVtin ii : 0RNELL WOOD BOARD a good showing At Concord Beach nave ne price may ouy as much as I opposition "to any hence-time lan" ' C01e l! v^: ^__j .._' _c_ . ": - " - " - mev A^." ....  , .,.,r It" * . at ttuVU D.VIglXI 111 sneecs as numerous sman, traces nave veen ?hestute General [0 compmsory mmmry serwee or large as 4X12 feet, for lining houses, sold and new settlers have begun to Palmer now]traininff. ..... .... '; ": artitions etc :-" .... ' -" @pen their lands in preparation for steps in and restricts the wholeealer 'Belief" inthe right of labor to or-' aplied, and p'nee/ain3d 2ut Iy homes. For an interesting short run " sugar to a profit of one cent a'ganize and to bargain olleetively.As: ciinined makes a fine finish. Carried try this circuit pourtd and the retailer is limited to two cents. Certainly there is no profiteering in these profits. Fortu- nately the people who have no supply ahead are buying sparingly and sugar stocks ar piling up fast in the sea- I ports. When the stocks get too big ,the price will come down, and it is to be hoped that this will be forced before the canning season is over. It will happen surely just before election, and about that time the BERRY "CROP SHORT From the large berry growing dis- tricts near the eannery centers re- Orts come that the freeze of Decem- r will, very materially cut down the berry yield tlfis season, and the rospect is for even higher prices an are now offered, with an in- creased demand for apples and larg- er fruits. The latter will be in de- mand for drynig purposes if sugar is held at the present high prices when canning time comes. Between the cannery calls and the demand for fresh market our berry growers are due for a profitable season and should give their berries and fruits special attention. Raspberries and loganberries made a poor growth last year because of the dry season, and the crop will be more or less short in this locality. JUST POTATO PLANTS country will hear some more from General Palmer and the slogan will go forth: "Wilson did it." COL. E. W. ROSS' NEW BRAND OF MOONSHINE Olympia, May 18--And now every- one in Olympia is talking about the two huge sealions which are playing around Oyster and North bays. Oys- ter Bay is about six miles fl'om Olympia while North Bay is beyond Shelton. The sealions were first seen by E. W. Ross, formor state land commissioner, and a part:., of oyster F .............. -  men: who were bringing ack a c ,u or me lnIOrlffla$1on el, OUr x*a- o. . ' *  - -,o +.^ -...., .... , - o.. pie of eows of oysters re eentl = , I$o  + rx  **,an< ^ + _ ., ' - - y. ............. -,- J--.:l use 0f the sealions recentl came nlgn De me21iaonea, xle n uuvvz- , y asnore at Oyster Bay, entered the .ed a large and profitable business in , . the sale of -otato--not tomato-- ch.cken coop of a iarmer and killed plats within aCr;lus 0d[ 1,000)milesi :ranX o his .icken# it s'reported. tne one seen b M Ros ,of his town of Tifton. nat ia a +. Y T, , and the idea to most of us, even,if it.oY stermen was aboRMghffeet long and wm had abou :looks a bit foolish, and a reminder[ ........ "g t 500 pounds, they that .there are golden opp0rtunitiealSd. It first attempted toget up on all aoou us for those who use their ] me oyster scows mad later tried to ,  I .... , p. Y gun and the sealion ; __ . ....... I Plea ar.mn.i t <tv heart's content Th eta soliu outn is popularly , _ - suppOSed to take Demecracy etraight, but Georgia seems to have a mind Of " rsw=z ...., wr, its own, in contrast to the Washing- WtlllLU[t] KIL-I  E " ton Dams, and besidbs' faling to n- h "AfflD l#l  l,y,, dorse the President's league elan . - ntet lVl . will support Senator Hoke mfth vho ls for a league--with reservations. Of course the farmers have little[ opportunity to profiteer but our city friends continue to complain about "Putting the big ones on top"--pota- toes, berries, apples and such like. Most of us have trouble at times to distinguish between "putting the best fot forward" and deception. The democratic state convention Ilministered a bitter pill to a major- ity of those present, no doubt, when it passed the plank endorsing proM- bitten, and another when the league of nations came along--but it had to be done. 'Twas the dictum of the big boss in Washington. Well, Mason County has .fared pretty well at the party state con- ventless. The republicans named M. E. Reed on the delegation to select the next president, and the demo- rats passed out the empty honor of being one of the presidential electors to George Adams. i. D. J. B. Riley of Washington, D. C., flt cousin of the grea American poet, James. Whltcomb Riley, is now being called the "Mlrael Man" throt1h his heal. ln'g of the Mek. He heals through prayer and faith. It ts said h/s Works healed a cousin of forme 'Oovmmor Folk of. MIMour f blindness of ]eng duration i. le than six weeks. The new census figures show Se- attle, 315,652; Tacoma, 96,965, and Bpokane, 104,204. - FOR SALE FOR SALE Good range, cook stove, kitchen queen, cupboard, 17 chairs, 2 tables, cooldng utensils, dishes, table clothes, etc. All articles in first class condition and will be sold very reasonable as this business will be discontinued. Montana Cffe, Shelton. 5-28 FOR SALE--Lodging house, furnish- ed, and half-lot on Cota street offer- ed for sale cheap to early buyer. Apply this office. FOR SALE--Several good milk cows. Also wish to buy good work team about 1400 pounds. T. Richert, Skokomish Valley (Potlatch P. O.) 6-4 FOR SALE--Vaughn Drag Saw out- fit. Complete. Apply this office. Mcl. 6-4 FOR SALE--Baby carriage, practic- ally new, leath'er lined, $12. Mrs. J. B. Overbay, near 7th street bridge, Shelton. 5-21 FOR SALE--40 acres, 1% miles from town. Some cleared; new house started; good road; telephone line Cash for improvements, balance long term. Address Edwin Olund, Shelton, Wash. 5-21 MONEY TO LOAN on the monthly payment plan Olympia Building & Loan Assn. Apply Mason Coun- ty Abstract & Title Co. 10-17If FOR SALE--16 h. p. steam tractor. Apply to H. E. Stumer, Union _City, Wash. 320If ANGLESIDE FARM FOR SALE OR rent for season, 150 acres adjoining Shelton, about 20 cres in bearing orchard and seeded, balance pas- ture and wood land; fine potato land. Apply this office. FOR SALE--Tw0 cows, One 2A farm wagon, one low-wheeled truck, sod plow, donkey blocks, rubberrtired buggy and harness, set light driwng harness, and num- erous other articles usefUl about place. Must sell at once to leave on account of health. 'See Andrew Getty or inquire Of J. L. Pearson at the L. M. store, it LOTS IN SHELTON--We have a :number of vacant lots in Shelton in various locations offered for sale. If interested better look them up soon, because there are reasons for the owners to stiffen on priee Journal office. expressed, tog.ether with. endorsement t + Journal Stationery Shop, OI pron-snarlng Dy fader. - .' " Punishment of i>rofiteers is de-.:,' TIDE LANDS FO  o.... L00ff LAND manded. The federal land anks are ':,,, . , -- - o ..... ;  . we nave zory aeres of tide lands endorsem Tne progecdve mrm pnn- _,.  ....... ' i " n' " "e" ',auu.oeaen m  smgie oa reacnin Peleh]:n?en::d'a:odce,Am.. :?+ rom the ,Hall Donation YClaim, Praise of the+ work and aklministra ""  '- - FRIDAY, MAY 21, 1920 PRICE LIST Photo Developing Roll Fihns, any size ....... 15c Film Pack, any size ........ 25c Printing 1%x2 ....03 2x3 ...04 2/x4 ...05 2%x4% ...06 "3x3 ...06 3Ax4 ...06 3x5% .... 06 The Heckman Photo Shop Enlargements a%xS' .... 15 4,x7 ........ 25 5x7 .... :...30 (1x8 .... 40 6x10 ....... 50 8x12 ....... 60 llx14 ...... 75 tion of the late Gee. Ernest Lister is given. , : + Calling of a state constifUtional convention to bring about taxation reforms and economies in adminis- tration is urgeL  : , The Columbia' river basin irrlgatiotl project is endorse and passage of a law providing, for certification of bond issues of the state's commun- ities in order to aid in the cause of laid reclamation is advocated. The present system of grain grad- ing is condemned The resolutions also favor enact- ment of law limiting Campaign ex- pemiitures within the state. SHELTON LAUNDRY + +: ++, Between March Ist and May ist, two months, the state collected $2,- 318,372 in automobile licenses, or about equal the sum collected for all #. the previous year. In Mason County 4, the collection for the two months 4, was $8,084 against $7,743 of last year's total collections. 4, Chicken and cow feeds go up an q te..r n.otch ..tiff++. eek, bu .tr dgols  prame De. ee ouay s local nmk report... This nice rain ought to be fully ap- preciated by the farmer. It's money. LARGEST CLASS TO RECEIVE DIPLOMAS (Continued from page I) . Graduates Fae Becker Rae Becker Arthur Cole Ruby Carlson Lola Martin Mary Clinton Gladys Doyle David Getty Dorcas Myers John Melville Dorothy egg Jack Cole, Jr. Edmund Skelsey William Smith Neta Richert Agnes Read Grace Durand Michael Kennedy Thomas McDonald Kathryne Forrest Walter Schumacher Rosinna Mente Axchie LeCompte Eleanor Shorter Wiley Pringle Jean Shorter Vera Wingert Lou Barrett AUTO PENNANTS Just received line of Shel- ton auto pennants and banne, also felt school caps in assorted !colors, at Jourual Stationery Shop. Now equipped with power ma- chinery for first class work. FAMILY LAUNDRY A SPECIALTY Cloaks and Suits cleaned, pressed and dyed. CENTRAL HOTEL Rooms for transients T. HAGIWARA, Prop. JUDICIAL KNOWLEDGE OF TITLE INSURANCE In a recent decision of the Su- preme Court of the State of Wash- ington, in the 'case of Northwesterm Title Insurance CO, v. Fishback, our- highest' court took "Judicial Knowl- edge" of the value of a Policy of Title .Insurance, in the following ex- presmon: "The court may take judicial notice of the fact observed by Vance on Insurance, page 590: "'The thoroughness which char- acterizes the work of these com- panies (referrlng:to Title In- suran'ee CompanieS) is attested by the remarkably small num- ber of cases involving Title In- surance that are to be found in" the reports.'" ,Loggedff. land for sale to actual!TITLE INSURANCE is the safe and setuers, i'rice $3.00 per acre and up ] moslem way of evidencing land titles. accgrding to location, topography and _ -  . .... " ,, Sko0kum Point. The strip contains character of soiL Liberal terms of Mason county Astract Title Company (Under State Supervision) Shelton, Wash. tome good clam and Oyster lands payment and interest on deferred ,and excellent seining rounds and [payments at the rate of six ercent h',  P s ould be of interest to the upland per annum. Liberty bonds .taken in owners. The land is offered in a I payment at par. 'ody: For information ask at the I SIMPSON LOGGING COMPANY Journal/Agency. ' I i Women's and Children's Hosiery +, , .... iilJRLiNGTON : NEW " .... ' ......... : '+ FASHIONED : + ....... +" }  'L +' and +;':++ IRONCLAD ..... ' ..... {J + ' +" "+ .... HOSIERY represent the latest and best in this line of merchandise. They are made of the best material, are fashioned to fit, have high high spliced heel double thick sole, reinforced toe, grip and rib top. The colors are fast and will give satisfactory wear. Extra fine assort- ment of Children's School Hosiery in black, brown and White. Children'iSChool Shoes Most of the shoes for school shoes prove unsatisfactory. We have had trouble, but now are showing what we be lieve to be the best lines of these goods shown in this section. Give us a'trial when in need. Lumbermen 's Mercantile Co.