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in»; Y - ~i. May 22, 1941. "(l are of our ‘ blessed with an ram during the o an even in the wetter are always local south or southwest- Or sandy hilltops excessively dry. cirCumstances it is the é" ‘ for of “*3 110033;?” in order to create flung garden. Obviously {ye-bog that might be done d Water heavily. All- b be to provide some -, ofy n’leans of a screen ,._°ftrees, so that the .' g the sun would not vogrden during mid-day t3. m. to 3:00 p. m. ,5“ third would be to y e ' l to g) S of plants which 190g ' stile e 0f the native ha- fincestors of our 15 one of the best .d the actual exper- mg them, of judging f plant types to re- eoondltions. We know that the marigolds ' derived from s ' peeies e dry Sections of south— . Slates, Mexico and uh”. 1,, itinw .- AUTIONS “or have been out late at and drinking, take a 0! oBisma—Rex' in'a glass “5 gomg to bed. Bis- follr ways to com- ndestlon. Try it and om rful it is. Buy Bis- 5’ 50¢, at the Rexall P‘ Gordon’s Shelton HOME GTilllDENER ‘ " by Dr. John H. Hanley Director, U. of W. Arboretum gardener to do-' of three things (01“. e resistant to dry} ~/_ —.——-— hiss . Central America. 1 Hence, you can depend upon them. Practically ,all of the types enjoy conditions’ Ithat are somewhat “on the dry , side.” Zinnias likewise thrive under ithe same conditions and it is not i at all difficult to envision a most lattractive annual garden compos- Eed entirely of the varieties of these two fine types. The mari- golds would give you excellent extremes in height and plenty of ‘yellows, golds and bronzes. The zinnias would provide low and intermediate heights and the pos- lsibility to blend whites, more yellows, and whites, pinks and reds, so that the ultimate effect ,would be anything but monoton- ous. l zias, or California poppies, also grow and seed abundantly un- der dry conditions and each y'ear brings improvements of one kind or another in them. The dark bronze shades, deep oranges, very light yellows and creams give a more extended color range than most of our gardeners use. And now come newer forms with sil- very gray foliage and‘ more erect growth habits. More effective use of these qualities is not at all difficult. Then there are hun- ‘nemanias, annual poppies, cosmos, icalliopsis, portulacas, sanvitallia, vinca rosea and oxen some pe- tunias which might Well be used to round out the picture in the dry garden. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE “Soul and Body" is the sub- ject of the Lesson-Sermon which will be read in all Churches of Christ, Scientist, Sunday, May ‘ 25. Golden Text: “I pray God your whole spirit and soul and body be preserved blameless unto the coming of our Lord Jesus Christ” (I Thess. 5:23). Among the citations which com- prise the Lesson—Sermon is the following from the Bible: “Re- joice the soul of thy servant: for unto thee, O Lord, do I lift up my soul. For thou art great, and doest wondrous things: thou art God alone" (Psalms 86:4,10). The Lesson-Sermon also. in— cludes the following passage from the Christian Science textbook, “Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures” by .Mary Baker |Eddy: “The Science of being re- veals man as perfect, even as the Father is perfect, because the Soul, or Mind, of the spiritual man is God, the divine Principle of all being, and because this real man is governed by Soul instead of sense, by the law of Spirit, not by the so-called laws of matter” (p.302:19). Journal Want-Ads—PhOne 100 CLEARING . he. v Come I n met "1 on ‘OFRIDAY be $2.25. a doZers — Pile Drivers Gas Shovels p Tli‘ucks — Logging Trucks & Trailers and EXCAVATING Information and Estimates Free ROY KIMBEL Agent RICHFIELD PRODUCTS Shelton Then there are the, eschscholt-F which i you CAN’T “SELL UNTIL “you FINQAjIJYERI USE WANLADS 'News Briefs Of Shelton Valley , Area Reported, By Una Winsor Shelton Valley, May 21—Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Shafer spent Thursday. evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Carman at Dayton. j Mrs. H. A. Winsor, Mrs. Dewey ,Bennett and son Keith visited Wednesday evening with Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Rutledge. Mrs. Grant Gilmore is home from the Shelton Hospital, and her mother is helping care for her and do the housework. Mrs. L. G. Shelton and Mrs. J. A. Roles were out from town and spent Thursday afternoon and evening at the Winsor home. .Dan Bennett of Shelton, visited friends in Olympia Thursday even- mg. Mrs. Vearl Bennett and daugh— ter Earlyne visited Friday: after- . noon at Echo Farm. She took Mrs. Winsor and Ava and Una Winsor home with her to dinner and to spend the evening. David Spear of Olympia was an overnight visitor Thursday :with his grandparents, Mr. and ' Mrs. E. A. Rutledge. i Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Phillips of iShelton and Mrs. Charley Baker land Jean spent Saturday evening -at Echo Farm, and Mrs. Signe ! Kneeland called there. i Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Shafer visit- ed Friday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Bob Ramin in Shelton. Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Bennett and Mrs. H. A. Winsor visited [with Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Carman [ at Dayton Sunday afternoon. v Mrs. Signe Kneeland spent Sun- day with Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mc- Conkey on Arcadia Way. l Quite a few from here have tak- {en in the carnival sponsored by lthe American Legion in Shelton ' this week. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Cook call- at the Grant Gilmore home Sun- day afternoon. Ava and Una Winsor and Keith Bennett visited Sunday afternoon with Mrs. Charley Baker and Jean. Marvin Morkert and Bob Bennett irode out from town on their bi- cycles and visited awhile too. Mrs. Hazel Healey and daught- er Ann were here Friday for an . overnight visit with Mr. and Mrs. I ‘E. A. Rutledge. , i' Mrs. H. A. Winsor visited Tues-' ' day night and Wednesday in; Shelton with her brother-in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs. Franki Wandell. Mrs. Dewey Bennett spent Tues- day evening with Mr. and Mrs.’ Walter Cooke. i Mrs. Wallace, Kneeland and David Kneeland from the Mill Creek Community and Mrs. Bill Shelton and son LeRoy of Shelton , visited Tuesday at the Highlands‘ with Mrs. Signe Kneeland. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Shafer spent' Sunday in Shelton at the home of, Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Grenberg. g Mrs. Charley Baker and daugh- ter Jean visited Tuesday evening at Echo Farm. iPrep Links on Enter ‘ Multiple eet Saturday . Coach Ned Snelgrove heads his ,five-man Highclimber golf squad ‘for Olympia this Saturday to en- gage in a multiple meet on the 1Olympia Golf and Country Club icourse. The meet will involve some eight or ten prep links squads who will compete on a I total-stroke basis. i FOR SALE. Reconditioned type- writers, standard size models. Free Gifs While They Last To Adults Only At Our First h i"1mm for the Splendid Patronage You Have .‘Us in Our First Year in Business, We Offer 0 . wing Special Bargains, prices effective emplod Garden Hose 2.49 'iligél Combinatio—n- Double Boile ' .We Also Carry A Complete Line Of ,GENERAL PAINTS and VARNISHES u‘ v . can Find Anything You Need In Our Complete Supply Of ' FISHING TACKLE CREST II Early , SATURDAY and ALL NEXT WEEK 1Gluv. Garbage Cans 1.98 Special on Shovels ____________ ._;_"_1.49 ‘kl‘lmme madman Call on Ins—we’ll make a generous allowance on your old motor as part payment fora quick- starting, sweet- runnin , gem'dno Evinru cl Pyrex Ware .......... .. 15¢ and’ up 100% Pure, 2-Gallon Can E trnOil ........................ .- L19 . Quality Garden Rakes... 1-05 Aisfiandles ................ .. 29¢ ti 50¢ "‘ .41.,nrnoes ________________________ 95¢ Grass [Rakes .......... .. 20¢ and 2515 coupon rSet $1.10! FREE! cash value of about 35c. There are no ’- strings clinched—you don't have Io buy a thing. Just sign. the attached A humorous but worth- while gift with an actual and bring it to our tackle de- partment today. . . . Our supply of gills is limued. so don't wait loo long. Olympic flame ...... ...................... .., ............... MW Shae! ...... _.~o.~m._~~W ABDWABE and Fairmont—Phone 499 ’ Mrs. Charley Baker, with Mrs. ' :daugther and son of Skokomish SHELTON-MASON COUNTY JOURN’ Tides of the Week } Computed for Oakland Bay (Hood Canal titles are one hour & 55 minutes earlier) Fri. High 4:22 am. 3.4 it May 23 Low 11:18 am. 0.511. High 6:17 p.m. 12.8 ft. Low 11:27 p.m. 5.4 ft. Sat. High 4:49 13.3 ft May 24 Low 11:50 am. 0.1 ft. High 6:56 p.m. 13.3 ft Sun. Low 12:09 am. 5.7 ft. May 25 High 5:17 am. 13.2 ft. Low 12 :18 p.m. -0.6 ft. High 7:31 p.m. 13.7 ft Mon. Low 12:50 am. 6.0 it May 26 High 5:45 13.1 ft Low 12:50 p.m. —1.0 ft High 8:05 p.m. 14.0 ft Tues. Low—H am. 6.2 it May 27 High 6:15 am. 12.911; Low 1:22 p.m. —1.2 i’t ‘ High 8:40 p.m. 11.3 ft Wed. Low a.m. 6.3 ft. May 28 High 6:50 am. 12.7 ft. Low 1:56 p.m. -1.3 ft. High 9:16 p.m. 14.4 ft. Thurs. Low 2:51 am 6.4 it. May 29 High 7:24 a.m 12.4 ft Low 2:33 pm —1.2 ft. High 9:53 p.m 14.5 ft. Fri. Low 3 39 a m 6.3 ft. May 30 High 8.07 am. 12.1 ft. L'ow 3:13 p.m. -0.8 ft. High 10:33 p.m. 14.6 ft. Sat. Low 4:32 am. 6.1 ft. . May 31 High 8:56 am. 11.7 ft. Low 3:56 p.m. -O.3 ft. 14.6 ft. High 11:15 p.m. Old Getty Ranch At Matlock Now Entirely Wooded Matlock, May 21~Oscar Getty and Jack Elliot of Chelan and Roy Getty of Shelton called on Fred Ferris Saturday and asked his help as a guide to visit the old Getty homestead near Mat— lock. They found the old place covered with forest trees growing through the old house and all the buildings down entirely, but apple trees stul tall and hardy among the forest trees, They were much interested in the old home of fifty years ago. 1 Mr. and Mrs, A. M. Guynup of Shelton were guests Sunday of Al- bert Winkelman. Mr. and Mrs. Les Bishop visited Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. George Mellor. ' , Mr. and Mrs. George Schlem— lein and childern and Jack Dar- ling of Bremerton were guests of Mrs. Zeo Priszner and children Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. John Zott, iMr‘. and Mrs. Peter Zott were, com- bined hostess to a dinner Sunday for Mrs. Anna Rediska, Mr. and Mrs. Elvin Hearing. A meeting of B‘eeville Neighbors was held Wednesday evening dis— } cussing the P. U. D. at the w. B. . ~‘ Palmer home. Mr. and Mrs. Elvin Hearing, Earnest King and Mrs. Stella Michaels left Tuesday morning Missoula Montana to visit with Mr. Hearing’s brother Hugh Hear- 1 ing and family. They will also. Visit in Spokane with Mr. Hear— ings three sisters. Mrs. Bess Beaufett of Portland Oregon called on Mrs. A. S. King Sunday. She Will be known as Bess Thompson here. , Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ferris, Jr. and l Valley were Saturday visitors at the home of Fred Ferris Sr. Clinton Reed is rebuilding his barn on the opposite side of the road and getting along real well. Some of the neighbors are helping. Mr. and Mrs. Frank \A/inkelman and childern are visiting with the formers father Albert Winkelman. Sunday guests at the F. J. ~Fer~ ris home were Mr. and Mrs. Les Bishop, Mr. and Mrs. Paddy Burke,, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Barker, Henry Mayer, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Ferris and daugther Del- ores and son Ivan. Mary Knight Senior play will be given at the auditorium Friday night May 23, at 8:30 o‘clock. The M. K. S. band will also perform. Come one come all and come early as the play is real entertaining and you will enjoy it. You’ll have to TELL it you want to SELL — Journa) Journal VWant-Ads—Phone 100 Fun—75306150115 NATIONAL FOREST TIMBER , FOR SALE Sealed bids will be received by the Regional Forester, Portland, Oregon. '23} to and including June 9. 1941, for I_the live timber designated for cutting. and all merchantable dead timber located on an area embracing about 160 acres within the EIASEII Sec. 32 and VII/,3 sec. 33. T. 22 N., R. 5W., W.M., Olympic National Forest. Washington, estimate to be 11,849,000 feet B.M., more or less, of Douglas- fir, 172.000 feet B.M., more or less, of western white. pine and western red cedar, 1,296,000 feet B.M., more or less,_ of' Western hemlock and other speCles of sawtimber, and an unesti— mated amount. of cedar poles and Douglas—fir piling. No bid of less than $3.85 per M, feet for Douglas—fir. western white pine. and western red cedar, $1.10 per M feet for western hemlock and other species, $.01 per linear foot for cedar poles 35 to 50' feet in length, and $015 per linear foot_ for Douglas-fir piling will be conSIdered. In addition to the prices bld for the stumpage, a cooperative depOSlt of $.15 per M feet B. M. for the total cut of sawtimber merchant- ablc under the terms of the agree— ment wrll be required to cover the cost of tree planting. seed sewing and forest Improvement work on the area but over. $10,000.00 must be de- posited With each bid. to be applied} on the purchase price. refunded. ori retained in part as liquidated dam-i ages. according to conditions of sale.‘ The right to reject any and all bids is reserved. Before bids are submit-1 ted, full information concerning the' timber, the conditions of sale, and the submission of bids should be ob- I] JOURNAL " mvvvvvvvv V Real Estate “A” AA AAA AAWLW FOR SALE: 4 excellent building lots, 13th and Franklin. Inquire 125 North 11th street for full particulars. 4-22-5-22#10t FOR SALE: 5-room modern house, furnished or unfurnished. $2800 terms. Phone 328—J or 499. Rrw5—13m-tf. FOR SALE: 5—1-oom home, full basement, automatic furnace unfinished attic. Good condition. J. L. Catto, phone Ill-M. 5-13—22 774t. FOR SALE: 15 acres, Pickering Pass road. Saltwater cove, spring brook. about 1 acre ha: been cultivated, two fine build- ing sites, electricity, telephone available, several acres gooc. grape ground, easily cleared. Nice stand of young piling just right for log buildings, $800.00 terms. P. E. ’all, Route 2, Shel- ton, Wash. HOME FOR SALE on Arcadia Road. Inquire Harry McConkey, Route 3. 5-20—22-27-29—4t SACRIFICE 15 acres waterfront, Pickering Passage 1000 feet south Harstine Ferry, mainland. T. R. Graham, 1300 Simpson, Aberdeen, Wn. 5-20-22-2t. FOR siifsé”i‘;;.;.‘ house, 1/2 acre ground. Gunnar Sjoholm, Hoodsport, Wash. 5720-22-27—29—4t. HOME on flood Canal two miles east of Union City. DANDY HOME: ten acres, spring, electricity, 21/2 miles from Shel- ton, fine beach. WATERFRONT TRACTS AND HOMES See SHICK and GEORGE 124 No. First, Shelton, Wash. 5-20-22—2t. WATERFRONT BARGAIN Quar- ter mile frontage, 25 acres, creek, low bank, on Big Skoo- 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: two choice View lots, corner Turner and 8th Street, Angelside. W. S. Valley. 5—22-1t FOR SALE: new 4-room house and bath, $1700. Down town. Phone 206-J. K—5-22r1t. WILL TRADE a good 40-acre ranch for, place in or near town. A. 'L. Bell, Bell Building, Shelton, Wash. 5<22-27-29-—6—3—4t. FOR SALE: 4—room house newly remodeled downtown, $750 cash, $800: terms $200 down. 4-roomf house partly finished, 10 acres land, lights, 4 miles out $350 cash. Inquire Journal. 5-22-27-29—3. as * x: FOR SALE Business building tal income. Terms. $4,600.00. ’3 5|: * l—room log cabin on Isabella Lake. Terms. $950.00. :I: * 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 V'VVV'VVVV\V‘VY" VV'V'VVW' Trade or Swap AAAAAAAAAAAAAAA--AA.WAA I TRADE: .32 special gun for lay- ing hens. Phone 587—M. Sells Place. 5—22~1t. téillll‘d from tho Forest Supervisor. Olympia. Washington. or the Re- gional Forester, Portland. Oregon. 5——8 é.- 22—2t. NOTICE OF “'ATER RIGHT ‘ APPLICATIONS NOS. 5446 85 5447 State 'of Washington Office of Su— perwsor of Hydraulics, Olympia. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Notice. is State Department of Game. of Seat- tlc, Washington. under date of May 5, 1941, filed with the State Super— vlsor of Hydraulics. Olympia, Wash- mfzton. 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; mestlcsupply. as follows: Application No. 5446 is for 6.0 sec- ond feet; the approximate point of diversion being located within the NWI/[t of SE14 of Sec. 18, Twp. 21 N., Rge. 4 Application No. 5447 is for 3.0 sec- ond feet; the approximate point of diversion being located within the NEW. of 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- getlier 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 Supervisor of Hyd- raulics. at Olympia. Washington, shch objections or representations. in writ- ing. as he may desire to make. with- in thirty (30) days, after date of last pgifihcation, 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—22u2t. NOTICE School District No. 47 will receive bids on 12 cords of 16-inch old growth wood. cut. dried.and stored. Bids will b‘e accepted until p. In. May 31st, and will be opened at the schoolhouse at that time. right The board reserves the reject any and all bids. MRS. IDA HUSSMAN. District School Clerk. Potlatch, 5—20-22-27HBI. Pollntch. Wash. to in Shelton: Ren'i‘LARGE Mason County Township-I hereby. given that the' .___.,..__ “mmcr” Clas ified Service -. a»... SHELTON FURNITURE UP- holstering, furniture recovered and rebuilt, free estimates, 714 Ellinor Ave. Joe Nussbaumer, proprietor. NOTICE I will not be responsible for my debts not contracted by my- :elf personally. Signed , LAWRENCE VVOOLSEY ' 5-20-22—2t. FLOWERS All kinds of Bedding Plants, Snapdragons, stock, pansies, I i petunias, geraniums, tomato plants, etc. 5-20—27—w2t. I FORREST GARDENS 222 s. 10th Phone‘ 112-W l i LINOLEUM REMNANTS 331/5 OFF Olsen Furniture Co. FLOOR SANDING and finishing. Reasonable. 123 Alder Street. G—5-8-20—4t. FILMS DEVELOPED 25¢ per roll Free Enlargement each roll. FIR DRUG STORE coupon with i LARGE SIZE Duplicating SALES BOOKS ‘ 5¢ Each or 55¢ per dozen l I We also take orders for all kinds of special—— PRINTED SALES BOOKS Our prices are an low or lower than outside salesmen can quote you. I 1 THE JOURNAL i LAWN MOWERS. SHARPENED Keys made —— washing ma- . chines repaired —- specialist ! in fine mechanical repairs and i upholstery. I Handy Man Shop Mason County Maps maps $1.00. Also maps 0. Olympic Peninsula, Puget Sound Country and State 50c to $1.00 The Journal u Journal W‘ant—Ads—Phonc 100 1..- .me... ' vvvvvvvvvv vvvv ‘ "v'v'vv Lost and Found I FOUND: two car keys. Owner may have same by paying for this ad. Journal office. tf. REWARD for return of two 12- foot chains lost on Dayton road Thursday night. James Frazier, phone 9—F-6, Route 1. 5-20-22»——2t. lLOST: 12-ft. green rowboat, 30-K-296. Reward. Notify Un- ion Garagc, phone 282, Union. 5—22-27w2t. N 0 T I (l E Skokoulish School Distrlct‘N‘o.‘ 43 will receive bids on 50 ricks oi lb-lnch ’old growth Fir wood, split for heater and delivered to the school. Bids will be accepted until June 13, at 8 p. m.. at which time they will be opened at the schoolhouse. The board reserves the right to re. 'ect an r all bids. J y .0 'FRED FERRIS. Clerk School District No. 43 Potlatch Route. She]- ton, Washington. 5-22-27—29—3t. NOTICE OF REDEMPTION 0F lBONDs .41 TO 46 INCLUSIVE 0F CONSOLIDATED SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 309 OF MASON COUNTY, WASHINGTON NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that Consolidated School District No. 309, of Mason County, Wash- ington, calls for payment on July lst, 1941, and will on July lst, 1941, at the Office of the County Treasurer, of Mason County, Washington, pay the principal and interest on Bonds 41 to 46 in- clusive of Consolidated School District No. 309, of Mason Coun- ty, Washington, said Bonds being dated July lst, 1941, with inter- est payable July lst and January lst, and said Bonds being de- scribed as “School Building Bonds of 1931, Series “A.” , NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN, that after July lst, 1941, said Consolidated School District No. 309 will no longer pay interest on said Bonds. Dated this 20th day of May, 1941. CONSOLIDATED SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 309 OF MASON COUNTY, WASH- INGTON LOUIS WEINEL, Chairman. HARRY CARLON, Clerk. OMER DION, Treasurer of Mason County, Washington. 5-20-22-27—29. 6-3-5-10712-17-913. J 5—20--6-20—1M‘ Page Seven I his. our"! ,FURNISHED APARTMENTS for I rent (2 and3rooms). Good lo-i cation. Very reasonable. Golds-i borough Apts, Second and Knee-I land Streets, Shelton. 5-7-tf.l , __ IFOR RENT: pleasant sleepingi room. Mrs. W. A. Brodt, 121 East Cedar. Phone 582—3. B—5-13~—tf. FOR RENT: furnished apartment available June lst. Cedar Apart— ments. Phone 382-J evenings. W—5-13—tf. l FOR RENT: completely furnished 3-room apartment, electric range, refrigerator, automatic heat, hot water. Available June . lst. Bachelor apartment equip- ped same as above. Lawton ! Apartments. Phone 56-J. L—5-8—tf. FOR RENT or SALE: new house, 2 large rooms, $8.00 month. Three room house, outbuildings, 20 acres land, $15.00 month. J. F. Siders, Route 1, City. I 5—20322-27—3t. F U R N I S H E D APARTMENT, electric ice box, garage, down- town. Phone 598-J. F——5-22—tf __—'_‘EoE_REN~T‘ " I DO YOU WANT ADDITIONAL INCOME? Then rent this fully equipped store. Living quarters in build- ing. To reliable party only $25 per month. i FOR RENT: 4-room modern house ...................................... .. $17 Herb Angle, Angle Bldg. mvv WVWWVY'VM‘ Wanted , AAunum “AA LET PLOVIE make your lawn and rockeries; plant your flow-I ers and shrubs evenings. 726 s. First St. P-5-1. 5-30—1M.lI STEADY WORKflGOOD PAY RELIABLE MAN WANTED to , call on farmers in Mason Coun- ty. No experience or capital re- quired. Write McNESS CO., 2423 Magnolia St., Oakland, California. WANTED: two post cutters. In- quire Journal office. A——5-20-22v~2t. WANTED: authentic knowledge of lost buried money. No find: no pay, my way. 0. M., Route 2” Box 205, Visalia, Calif. M745-20—22—27—~3t. l l i i i WANTED: good being—IO; white} 6-week's old female puppy. Mrs. F. F. Warren, Lake Isabella. tf. WANTED: home'for “kids dog.“ Fine childrens playmate. In uirei 323 Cookson or Journal (3 ice. WI’LLEBUY cottonwood logs deli livered to Olympia Port Dock. James Bradner at dock or eve- nings, Stuart Hotel. 1 5-22—6-24*10t v‘v\ 9".--vvvv'ovvvvwvr’vv‘i Used Cars "vvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvv" SHELTON‘S FINEST— AND SAVE! , ’1940 Buick Coupe, like new, lots I of extras. Cost $1175.00 new. | Now a bargain at .......... "$795: 1940 Pontiac DeLuxe 6 4-door se-‘~ dan. Lots of extras. New car, guarantee. Cost original owner $1200. Now $795, 1940 Chevrolet Master DeLuxe Coupe, 16,000 miles of conserv—i ative driving. Every conceivable: extra. Cost owner $1075.00.‘. Now .......................................... .. $745 1939 Chevrolet Master DeLuxe 4- door sedan. An exceptional car i throughout. A real value $685 1938 Buick special (Black) 4-door l i reconditioned mechanically 31938 Pontiac 8 Coupe, fully equip- ped, low mileage .............. .. $595 1937 Chrysler Coupe, new painted, i 4 new tires, overdrive, etc. $495 1937 Pontiac 6 Coupe, radio and heater, one owner. Motor recon- , ditioned, new painted. Only $495 . 1934 Chevrolet 2-door s e d a n. I Above average ....... ..: ........ .. $195 {Three model A’s and 1929 Olds- mobile sedan from $40 $95 Better Values —— Lower Prices a stronger guarantee you'll not find anywhere! All ’41 state tested . . BOB ERVIN ,WILL SACRIFICE equity in 1939 i Mercury 4—door sedan. Phone ' 329-w. 1311 Summit Drive. E—5-15-20-22—3t. N 0 T I C E School District No. 300 Will receive bids on 15 cords of 16-inch, old growth wood. ' Bids will be accepted until 8 p. May 26th, and will beepened at schoolhouse at that tlme. ' MRS. MADELINE ROOD. District School Clerk. 5-15-20—22—3t. No. 1427 NOTICE TO CREDITOBS TO‘ FILE CLAIMS m. the of “'aslungton for Mason County (In Probate) ‘ OF JAMES D. MIFFLIN. Deceased. Letters of administration on the Es— tate of James D. Miffiin, were granted to the undersigned, on the 14th day of May, 1941. by the said Superior Court. All persons having claims against said estate are required to serve them with the necessary vouchers upon me at the office of Julia Waldrip Ker. 203 Cap. Park Bldgs. Olympia, VVas:l~ ington, Within SlX months after the date of the first publication of this notice. to-wit, within six months af- ter the 22nd day of May, 1941, and file the same with the clerk of this Court together with proof of such service, or they shall be forever bar— red. Dated at Shelton, Wash. this 22nd day of May, 1941. ZOA MIFFLIN, , Administratrix. JULIA WALDRIP KER, i glotatogiey flgr lsiniilnédstate, ' a . or so Olympig. Wash. v 5—22—29. 6-5-12-4t. l ! Opposite First National Bank a l sedan, lots of extras, thoroughly , witni 4 new tires. Only ............ ..$645i In the Superior Court of the Stu.th IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATEVI NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN. That deceased, , WANT ADS RATES On Classified Advertisement! 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 thekfirst of the month to save expense of billing. An extra charge 61 10c will be made when billing": necessary. Card of thanks 50c. Classified Display Rates on Request. For Sale AAAww FOR SALE: Monarch wood cook- ing range, just like new. Jim Amunds, 313 Birch. ~\5-6-'——tf. FOR SALE: German Shepard pups. Inquire Shelton Auto Parts on Olympic Highway. W—-5-20-22-27-29—+4t. .u—H——. FOR SALE: 4-wheel trailer, 6x14. foot bed, almost new, $80. 0. T. Aubol, phone 217R4. Skokom- ish Valley. 5-20-22—2t. FOR SALE: 4 year old Yorkshire ram. Never been at stud. Fred W. Buding, Allyn, Wash. 5-20422-27—3t. PIANO FOR SALE: studiomodel Wurlitzer. Very cheap. Inquire 707 Arcadia Ava, Shelton. C-—5-20-22-'2t. RABBITS FOR SALE CHEAP. L. R. ‘Brown, Capital Hill. Phone 48.3.-W. 5-22-27:29——3t. FREE: secOEd growth wood fo—r the cutting. J. D..Whjte, Little Skookum Bay. 5—22-27—2t. FOR SALE: small baby crib, mat- tresses,» buggy, jumpers and chest drawers. Phone ,278 or call 535 Bellevue.' S—5-22_1t. FOR SALE: new 16-foot boat and trailer. Can be seen.at Al Pet- ersons, Minerva Park. , , Hw5-22-27—2t. GOOD USED PIANO. Cheap for cash. Inquire 528 Cota. . ~C—t’J-Z‘Z—«itt. USED FURNITURE Wood ranges, heaters, beds, springs, breakfast sets, dav- cnports a n (1 chairs, tables, Washing machines, radios. Reasonably priced Olsen Furniture Co. PROFESSIONAL CARDS , . x ALDEN c. BAYLEY ATTORNEY AT Title Insurance Bulldng l Phone 23 Sheltbn INSURANCE HERBERT G. ANGLE Office at Angle '34....— ELLIOT B. SPRING ' Accoun'ti n g “rng Seville" Bookkeeplng System: 123 4th St. Phone 565 r . Painting ‘ Interior Decorating l GEO. A. McClain—RY Phone 559-3 ‘~ ~Sh€ltoi§§ Wn. Papering ‘ .— v i . . FUNERAL HOME 1 Licensed Enabling-i . i w A. Wim, .‘ Phone 180 -. -‘-_ ! MT. MO-RIAH ’LOoo’si No. 11 F.,&LA'.M. Next Regular communication 1 JUNE. J M. H. NEEDHAM Worshlpful Master J.A L. OATTO, Secretary. l . i International Correspondence" i. School Shelton Representative WILBERT CATTO Phone 591-W 1 CALL FOR BIDS l 1 Union School District No. .10 will receive bids for grading a school playfield. ’ ;.‘ Sealed bids to be mailed or deliv- ‘ered in person to the Clerk of the iDistrict. Opening of bids to 'be m I at 8:30 p. m. on June 5, 1941 at ~ he schfitolpouse. tThe boarill {)3 es the ri o rejec any :or a s.' ;. %Vork to begin not latergthfin June 116th he“ EDGAR BIERBRAUER. Clerk School But. No. 10, Union; Washington. 5—20-22-27—3t. 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