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. lune '1, 1941‘. SHELTON-MASON COUNTY J OURNAIJ Pagé' Five‘ ‘l a-11imal and bird hunt- I ,‘ . h‘grlment to reforesta- ..," ympic Peninsula, in M? Snider District ., p .d Floe, according in m the Port Angelesl '1“. . . hing the predators, fitfls have removed -9 p S of preventing an“ em Population. ‘1!" Off lands the rodents «Iggilply many fold ‘ we! 911' Choicests foods 0 green trees. n th? seedlings which .. £1113 to grow into , Th . become a major 15:“ Worst enemies, whave become the the?” and the rabbit. “£0115 animals strip 0 95, the mountain " fitting off branches ‘ Sat.f‘?et from the, “ten wheel with branch- 1min chew off the top, “hag 31: .whole trees. 1 a ' six feet. ined a height gears of growth and ull‘less by the for- WOnder he breaks ling against the r S of anythin atory by those ii ' he Sport. ther case of what 5’0“ Upset nature’s , mremarked. i1 , “we erestez-s realize mremoval of the , or fire is the 2110f nature. Ro- . as reviousl . fOl'est reriioval. y “gory animals and .mdand. the theory is 153g keep the rodents . 9d off lands the "aged to do on fire- m re the white man _,b&m€:fir firearms and “at ,, Br Logging beéwer store food in to g; the Winter, but L150 e 0es observation .‘ ‘m .0316! out and look in?“ food in January in?“ ‘then the prin- Mf in sight. With and strong legs ‘aw logging" in his “13? dragging the , , 0 his burrow. 'trees are trans- e nursery, they “’0 growing sea- ee to six inches t{tired out on the 111 rows of 150 . If the tree hite stake re- Where it was. W106 examines the apples in their burrows. spring planting again the follow- ing fall, and a second time three years later, with a final report ten years after planting. If survival after three years is less than fifty per cent, the area is replanted. Survival count is based on the “stake row,” to 200 trees eight feet apart to cover a representative area of the ground. That is, the count on a row would not representative if one quality of ground, in survival be it was all on the lrough areas characteristic of this country. I Use Of Poison To discourage rodent activity, the Wind River nursery sprays all seedlings with a mixture of lacquer and strychnine before transplanting. However, this poison washes off the trees in a season or two of rain. A more direct way of killing mountain beaver, carried out with CCC crews, is dropping poisoned Apples covered with strychnine are also used “to thin out” the rabbits. er patches which act as splendid cover for.them from which to conduct their forays. The moun- tain beaver, however, spread all over, have more voracious appe— tites, and are accustomed to liv- ing on weeds and shrubs. Fear that poison on the young trees might kill elk or deer was dispelled by biological surve tests. They showed that the amount of poison used was not sufficient to damage the larger animals. Squirrels have never seed loss, in Floe’s observation; in fact their services in gathering, storing and spreading seeds are considered valuable. This ranger harbors a particularly low opin- ion of predatory hunting cam- paigns against these industrious little creatures of the woods. Heat is a natural hazard to the seedlings before they have be- come firmly established after re- moval from the nursery. This year’s unusual stretch of hot, spring weather had t district ranger worried for a while, but that ended when the rains came. Started At Rainier Mount Rainier’s official sum— mer season has started. With the opening of the road to Yakima park for motor traffic on June 15, the national park caused 31000 or more num- eueg to the 1940 Cen~ of One in ten l t c-hF t0158.1 population was 37,987,989, v195.171 in 1930. lExnco Representative in x“ “"3 Franklin No. Cliff Wivell’s CERTIFIED High Grade Fuel and Deisel Oils- ‘ROMPT gsnvncs BY BOAT gigsr FREIGHT‘SERVICE DOOR DELIVERY IN SHELTON Jag: Bl“Ollld be routed via. Str. Indian, Ferry Dock, t Via Str. Skookum Chief, Milwaukee Dock, aglme Schedule as follows: “ma daily, execept Sunday, at 5 p.m. for Am Olympia and Shelton Braves Shelton daily, REnos CAHLANDER, President SOUND FREIGHT LINES formally opens another season. All other developed areas, how- ever, have been accessible to mo- tor visitors since April 20, when the east side park road was clear- ed of snow, and the Ohanapecosh district opened for visitors. Continuing the policy of last year, the east side park road will be available without charge to motorists passing directly through that section to points beyond the park. Due, however, to extended road, parking, camping and pic- nicking facilities, those entering the Ohanapecosh area will pur- | chase an automobile permit. The permit, which costs $1, is good for the entire season, and may be used at any park entrance. The ‘policy has been adopted so that ‘users of the park may contribute i to its maintenance, the money aid- ling in continuing to extend and ‘open new park facilities. Although visitors will encoun- ter some snow at Yakima park land Paradise valley, free camp— 'l '! ing facilities will be available in 1 those places as well as at Ghana- pecosh, Longmire and Carbon I‘IV- . er. The 1941 season finds a con- tinuance of facilities in all areas, and added conveniences in some. l l SERVICE Mason County for Phone 397 2 except Sunday v the latter being long enough at 150 Rabbits live. mostly in the aldl y, l Berry Patches By Mrs. P. W. Nance Dewatto, June 16.——George El-p lis went to Tacoma last week to enter the summer term at C.P.S. College. He expects to be in Dewatto for the weekends. Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Orcutt and family and Mr. and Mrs. Dick King spent Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Ellis. Shirley Orcutt is recuperating from a tonsil operation. Most every one is out gathering wild blackberries. Mrs. Babcock met up with a big black bear. She said she made a crooked trail to the berry patch, but a straight one home. Mr. and Mrs. Lief Beckman and Mr. and Mrs. Pat Simpson can take the honors for berry pick- ing. They fill their 10-lb. pails in about two hours, but your correspondent gets only enough for a pie. Mr. Walter Nettleton of Seat- tle and Col. Wilcox of Holly were business visitors in Dewatto last week and called on P. W. Nance. Wayne Stelting of Maywood, was visiting with old friends over the weekend. A number of picnickers, tour- ists and fishermen were out on Father’s Day. Also some berry pickers from the local towns were out scouring the hills for the illusive blackberry. Mr. George Ellis and Dick King ot nice catches of fish at some lake betwaen DeWatto and Ta- huya last week, but the name of the lake is a secret, I believe. Anyway, the grapevine meSSage failed to give the name of the lake. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Moore of Holly, entertained Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Nance for dinner and cards Saturday evening. Mr. George Milbourne of Monty- brook farm, was a business visit- or in Bremerton Friday. Cecil Nance of Bremerton and his friend Irving Eppstein, also of Bremerton, visited in the De- watto Valley last Thursday af- ternoon. We are having beautiful wea- ther, only one day of extreme heat. Last Thursday the mer- cury registered 85" in the shade. Kamilche News Brevities Here Kamilche, June 16.—Monday, Mr. and Mrs. E. Davenport and children moved into a cabin at Cothary’s camp. Sunday their home on the Isabella Road was completely destroyed by fire. Mrs. Ed Petty underwent a major operation Wednesday at Shelton Hospital and is reported doing well. Eugene Taylor returned Mon- day to his work in Oregon after a week’s visit at home. Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Nelson m0- tored to Bellingham Friday after their son Bruce, who returned with them for his summer va- cation. There was a charivari Friday evening on Mr. and Mrs. Laurence Clark. Mrs. Dan Brown still confined to bed. Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Jess Brownfield Were Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Brewn and ba- by of Steilacoom, and Mr. and Mrs. Martin Brownfield and chil- dren of Pacific Beach. Mr. and Mrs. Murray Taylor of Bremerton spent the weekend at their Kamilche Point cabin. Sunday visitors of Mrs. Carico and Mrs. Cothary were Mr. and Mrs. Ted Smith of Sequim, Mr. and Mrs. Laurence, Brown of Olympia, and Mr. and Mrs. James Cothary of Bremerton. Mrs. Perry Baker is home from the hospital but is still in bed. Mr. and Mrs. John Adams and Mrs. Francis Gill of Delphi, call- ed on Mrs. Phoebe Young, on Thursday. Dicky Fuller of Olalla has been visiting Kenneth Boice the past Week and Eloise Boice visit- ed in Olalla. Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Boice attended a fam‘ ily reunion picnic at Point ne- finnce Park and enjoyed the we- ie'r carnival. Arthur Nelson and son Larry :had a successful fishing tri, at Fox, Island over the Weeken . , Mr. and Mrs. Don McDonald and daughter, Nelda. ,Jean, were Sunday dinner guests at the Bert Ran home. Tavern Burglar Gets Suspended Sentence A suspended 15-year sentence 1n the state penitentiary at Walla Walla was iv..en John ortun of Shelton by upe'rior Judge John M. Wilson saturday on a second degree burglary charge preferred against him for breaking into the Log Cabin Tavern on Hmcrest last Thursday morning. The suspension Was granted on condition Or‘tun remain on good behaViOI‘ ,refrain from drinking and pay ecurt costs, the sentence stipulated. Werbergers Find Good Crops,.Mu,ch Building on Trip Grain crops as “thick as hairs on a dog‘s back" Were seen in Oklahoma, Iowa and Illinois dur- ing a month’s motor trip which carried Mr‘. and Mrs. Rudy W61“ berger, of the Werberger Winery iat Pickering, almost completely ‘around the United States, Mr- Werberger related last week af- ter their return. The Pickering couple also noted an immense amount of construc- is reported “There is still a great demand for men in the various classes of the Naval Reserve. They may be enlisted as Ap- prentice Seamen, for the follow- ing ratings: Aviation Mechanics, Radiomen, Signalmen, Yeomen, Telegraphers, Metalsmiths, Mach-l inist's Mates, Electrician’s Mates, Carpenter's Mates, Storekeepers and Pharmacist's Mates. The age limits vary between the ages of 17 and 50 (upper age limit is to nearest birthday). Detailed information will be gladly furnished by the Navy Re- cruiting Service and may be ob— tamed by writing or calling your local Navy Recruiting Station lo- cated at 617 Pacific Avenue, in l l l the City Hall Building, Tacoma, FOR SALE: 10 acres on Big Skoo— Washington." tion work throughout the Middle West and East and found the Rushmore \Memorial carvings in the Black Hills very impressive and beautiful. The principal purpose of their trip, Mr. Werberger said, was to trace a birth certificate in Illi- nois for their son, William, who FOR SALE: six room house and WATERFRONT BARGAIN Quar- furnished or unfurnished. $2800: terms. Phone 328-J or 499. R—5—13—tf. 21/; acres on Arcadia Road. 5— room house, Chevrolet coupe and trailer, reconditioned, 1927 Buick sedan, outboard motor. M. L. Kolmorgan, Route 3. 5—29—6—29741M. 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 has been called into active train- ing with the U. S. Naval Reserve and is stationed at Port Angeles, his father said. FINAL DIVORCE GRANTED Judge John M. Wilson signed final divorce papers in superior court Saturday for Harold and Mary Sutherland. Tides of the Week Computed for Oakland Bay i (Hood Canal tides are one hour | & 55 minutes earlier) | Wed. High 12:50 a.m. 10.9 ft. June 18 Low 8:39 a.m. 1.9 ft. High 2227 p m 7.9 ft. Low 6:21 p.m 3.8 ft. Thurs. High 1:24 a.m 10.8 ft. June 19 Low 9:09 a.m 1.1 ft. High 3:45 p.m 8.5 ft. Low 7:19 p.m. 4.6 ft. Fri. High 1:58 am 10.7 ft. June 20 Low 9:36 a.m 0.4 ft. High 4:45 p.m 9.1 ft. Low 8:19 p.m 5.2 ft. Sat. High 2:33 a.m. 10.6 ft. June 21 Low 10:02 a.m. -0.2 ft. High 5 :34 p.m. 9.7 ft. Low 9:17 p.m. 5.6 ft. Sun. High 3:04 a.m. 10.5 ft. June 22 Low 10:29 a.m. -0.7 ft. High 6:16 p.m. 10.2 ft. Low 10:13 p.m. 5.9 ft. 1, Mon. High 3:35 a.m. 10.4 ft. June 23 Low 10:59 a.m. ~1.1 ft. High 6:54 p.m. 10.5 ft. Low 11:01 p.m. 6.1 ft. Tues. High 4:07 a.m. 10.3 ft. June 24 Low 11:31 a.m. -1.4 ft. High 7:31 p.m. 10.8 ft. Low 11:48 p.m. 6.1 ft. Wed. High 4:37 a.m. 10.1 ft. June 25 Low 12:05 p.m. -1.5 ft. High 8:04 p.m. 1.1 ft. i. Thurs. Low 12:36 a.m. 6.0 ft. l June 26 High 5:08 a.m. 9.9 ft. | Low 12:41 p.m. -1.6 ft. . High 8:37 p.m. 11.2 ft. 1 LEGAL PUBLlCATlONS | NOTICE OF REDEMPTION OF BONDS 41 T0 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 1st, and said Bonds being de- scribed as "School Building Bonds of 1931, Series “A.” NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN, that after July 1st, 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 I LOUIS WEINEL, Chairman. I HARRY CARLON, Clerk. OME’R. DION, Treasurer of Mason County, Washington. 5-20—22-27-29. 6-3-5-10-12-17-9t. No. 1436 NOTICE TO CREDITORS In the Sn erior Court of the State of Wash ngton for Mason County, In Probate. IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF MAYME E. TAYLOR, Deceased. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the Under-Si ned. Allan L. Bell, has been appom ed and has ualified as Executor of the Estate an Last Will and Testament of Ma me E. Taylor. Deceased. and 'that al persons hav- ing claims against the said Deceased or thesaid Estate are hereby re uir- ed to sonic the same, duly veri icd, with the necessary, vouchers attach- ed upon the undermgned Executor, or his Attorney. of Record, at the ad- ,dresses herembelow given, and file such claims, together with proof of servxce With the Clerk of the above entitled Court, within six months af- ter the first publication of this No— tice, to-wit: May 27th, 1941. or said claims Will be forever barred. Date! of first publication, May 27th, 1941. | ALLAN L. BELL. . Executor of the 1535-. tate of Mayme E. Taylor, Deceased. Bell Building, 4th Street. Shelton, Mason Court—5 ty, Washington. CHAS. R. LEWIS Attorney for said x- ecutor, Suite 1.'Lum- l bermen‘s Building, Shelton. Mason Coun~ ty, Wash. H trill. 6":2’10“6~4tt side city. Inquire 636 Bellevue. B—-6-12-24—-’4t. FOR SALE 4-room unfinished home, with 2 large tracts of land, good well and raspberry and strawberry patches. Plenty of wood on| property. Close in. A rent beater at $1,000, with $75.00 down and $20.00 per month, 6% interest. 20-acres more or less located on Spencer Lake. Good beach and good fishing. Located in quietl spot and a good buy at $1,000. Terms. FOR SALE BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY Good going store on well traveled road and fully equipped and stocked, gasoline pumps, oil and air service also. Includes 4-rm. modern home and 3 acres of land. Busy district surrounding. If you are interested in a. good business proposition with goodl easy income I would be glad to' show you this property. Cash price or terms. Also nice modern home in good condition and well located. $4500.00 terms. This is all any- one should want in a nice home. FOR SALE Small place with 1%; acre of ex- cellent ground. 1—room house and cabin with garage attach- ed. Berries, garden and flowers. Mostly all cleared ready to cul-v tivate. This place is close in and will make a fine home for a couple or single party. See it today. Half cash, balance on terms $790.00 ! FOR SALE 5-room modern home, 3 bed rooms, in good condition. Refinished in— side. Good yard. Why pay rent when you can buy a home for as low as $250 down and $20.00 per month? I FOR SALE: , Business building in Shelton. Ren- tal income. Terms. $4,600.00. I cabin on Isabella l 1-room log Lake. Terms. $950.00. * 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 Phone 304 Angle Bldg. No. 1439 NOTICE TO CREDITORS TO FILE CLAIMS In the Superior Court of the State of Washington in and for the County of Mason, In Probate. IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE \ of LEWIS E. SANDERSON, Deceasedi NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that Letters Testamentary on the above estate were granted to the under- stgned‘ on the 12th day of June, 1941, by said Superior Court. NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN, that all persons having claims against said estate are required to serve the same, With the necessary vouchers, upon the underSIgned at the Law Office of Alden C. Bayley, Title Insurance Building, Shelton, Washin ton, that being the place designate for the transaction of the business of the es— tate. Within six months after the date of the first publication of this notice. towit: within six months after the 17th day of June. 1941, and file the same with the Clerk of this Court, together with proof of such serVice, or they will be forever barred. Dated ‘this 17th day of June, 1941. RUBIE M. SANDERSON. Executrix of the Estate of Lewis E. Sanderson, Deceas-l ed. ALDEN c. BAYLEY. Attorney for Executrix, Title Insurance Bldg, Shelton, Washington. 6-17-24. 7-1-8—4t. N0. 1434 NOTICE TO CREDITORS TO PRESENT AND FILE CLAIMS In the Superior Court of the State of Washington for Mason County. In Probate. IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF ALEXANDER JOHNSON. Deceas- ed. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the Undersigned. Wm. E. Stevenson, has been appointed and has qualified as Administrator of the Estate of Alexander Johnson, (Alex Johnson). Deceased. and that all persons hav- ing claims against the said Deceased or_ the said Estate are hereby re— uircd to serve the same, duly veri- ied. With the necessary vouchers at- tached on the undersigned Adminis- trator or his Attorney of Record at the addresses hereinbclow given, and file such Claims, together with proof of service with the Clerk of the above entitled Court within six months af- ter the date of the first publication of this Notice, to-wit: June 3rd, 1941, or said claims will be forever barred. Dated this 3rd day of June, 1941. WM. E. STEVENSON. Administrator of the Es‘ tate of Alexander John- son, Deceased, Lumber- men‘s Building, Shelton. Mason County, Washing- on. CHAS. R. LEWIS. Attorney for Adminis- trator, Suite 1, Lumber- men's Building, Shelton, Mason County. Washins- um. i; 3'10:1l'2‘1_—'H. bolstering, furniture recoveredl and rebuilt, free estimates, 714i Ellinor Ave. Joe Nussbaumer, proprietor. Phone 590-VV. 5—20--6-20—1M Kodachrome 25¢ per roll AVAILABLE June FOR RENT : FOR SALE: 5-room modern house, SHELTON FURNITURE UP- FURNISHED APARTMENTS for rent (2 and3rooms). Good lo- cation. Very reasonable. Golds-i borough Apts, Second and Knee-l land Streets, Shelton. 5-7~tf.l 5: 3 — room apartment and private bath.¥ Mallows Apartment, 718 North 6th. - D. 5-"7—tf. .1 lROR RENT: two pleasant sleep— ing rooms. Mrs. W. A. Brodt, 121 East Cedar. Phone 582-J. B—5-13~—tf. 3-room furnished apartment. Inquire at Western Theatre Building, Olympia, Wn. Film for Supply Co. M—5-27——tf. - -— —13t. ' ' ——'** 5 15 6 26 ~ Immature ' FOR RENT: new two-room apart- “mem I ment, furnished. Mrs. Edith kum Bay, beach in front of 30— feature‘j hete- Whittle, Route 3, Box 1, Shel- aeres, 6-room house, furnace, tom w_3-1_tf, fireplace, bath, fruit, berrieS, ANDREWS PHOTO STUDIO , garden running water. Mrs. FOR RENT: 3-room furnished Mable ’Elson Route No. 3. ""' , apartment, private bath. Mill ’ 6-10-12-17—3t. BULLDOZING: gradmg» excavat- Street Apartments, phone 259M. _.____ ing, etc. Reasonable rates. See 6-2_tf. ALE: 7—room house and Clarence Wivell Lorraine Dairy, E Fgfioss. Beverly Heights. $2100, phone 17F1. 5—27. 6-27—1M.i HOUSE FOR RENT: 8 mlies west terms. Inquire Journal. on Matlock Road. J. Churchill. Bm6-12-17-19-24—4t. 6-5dtf. FOR SALE: 4-room house. Nice FOR RENT: Unfurnished apart-I yard, garden and flowers. In-l ment, 4 rooms and a bath. Wil— cox Apartments, Phone 311W. 4th and Grove. ‘N—6-17-19-2t. l Free Enlargement coupon with each roll. FIR DRUG STORE LARGE SIZE Duplicating SALES BOOKS 5¢ Each. or 55¢ per dozen 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. THE JOURNAL 'wav 7' VVVWW‘J IWW Used Cars "VVVVVVV'VVVVV' VV v V'V" 1938 BUICK 4-door touring se— dan, nicely equipped, 4 new tires. New car guarantee $645 1937 BUICK 5 passenger coupe. radio, heater, new brakes, new paint ...................... ........... .. $545| 1937 CHEVROLET DeLuxe 4 dr. sedan, radio, heater, spot light, new paint .......................... .. $495 1937 CHRYSLER R o y a l Coupe. new paint, 4 new tires .... .. $495 1938 Pontiac “8” business coupe. Radio, heater, low mileage $595 1936 CHEVROLET, radio, heater, new paint ............................ .. $3855 1933 STUDEBAKER sedan, excel- lent condition thruout, radio $325 1933 PONTIAC COUPE. New; paint .................................... .. $185? Several Model A’s ...... .. $85; $125} Better Values Lower Prices a stronger guarantee you’ll not find anywhere! All ’41 state ‘tested . . . BOB ERVIN l CARD 0F THANKS ‘ We wish to take this opportuneV ity to thank our many friends; and neighbors for their sympathy, kindnesses and floral offerings during our bereavement over the| death of our daughter and sister,5 Lillian Mabel Biehl. :‘ Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Biehl, and Children Harvey, Cora and Doris. N0. 1298 NOTICE OF SETTLEMENT OF ACCOUNT In the Superior Court of the State of! Washington in and for Mason (loun-t ty (In Probate) . IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE[ OF RUBEN F. HARPS, Deceased. NOTICE is hereby given that T. A. Parker, the administrator of the es-* tate of Ruben F.~Harps. deceased” has rendered and presented for s_et-, tlement to, and filed in the SUDCI'IOI‘ Court of said County and State his, account as such administrator; and‘ that Saturday, the 12th day of July, 1941, at 10 o'clock A. M., at the court, room of our said Superior Court. inl the City of Shelton, Wash. in said 5 County, has been duly appomted by our Superior Court for the Settle- ment of the Final Account, .at Wthh time and place any person interested in said estate may appear and filel his exceptions in writing' to the said final account, and contest the same. I WITNESS, the Hon. John. M. Wil-, son. Judge of the said Superior Court, 5 and the seal of said Court aff1xcdl this 14th. day of June, 1941. (SEAL) CLARE ENGLESEN, County Clerk and Clerk of said Superior Court. 6-17-24. 7-1-8—4t. ____—_—-———-—— NOTICE OF HEARING ONVIIERD DISTRICT PETITION In the matter of the petition of W. L. Richardson. et al. for an order prohibiting livestock to run at large in a certain prescribed district. A petition having been presented to the Board of County Comnussmn— ers of Mason County signed, by more than ten residents of the district in- cluded in the said proposed district, praying that no livestock'be permit- ted to run at large in said proposed district. it was duly ordered by the said Board thztzlt afttiate be set for hearin on sai pe 1 ion; , Nongherefore. IT IS HEREBY OR- DERED that Monday, June 30th, 1941 at two o’clock p. m. at the court house in Shelton, be fixed as the tune and place for hearing on said peti~ tion. The land sought_to be included in said herd districtus as .fOIIOWSZ' Beginning at pomt of intersection of 01 mpie Highway'and Roll- way oad, thence to intersection of Rollway Road and section line between Sections 16 and 17. Town- ship 19 North, Range 3 west. W. M., thence North along section line to shore line of Skookum Inlet, thence along shore line of Skoo— kum Inlet to Kamilche Point, thence South along the shore line of Oyster Bay to west end of Waldrip or Hardscrabble road, thence east along Waldrip or Hardscrabble road to intersection Olympic Highway._ thence north- erly along Olympic Highway .to oint of beginning. ated this 9th day of J%ne. 1941. HARRY D YETTE. Clerk of the Board of County Commissxoners, 'Mason County. Wash- (i-lilrlT—iil . lllgii'nni FOR RENT: one large furnished living room. 1129 12th Street. Mina Livingston. 617—1t. ___.__________..___.- FOR RENT: 1-room house furn-I ished $10.00 month. Call 92-J,i 1302 Cota St. F—6-17-l9-24d3t. M FOR RENT DO YOU WANT ADDITIONAL INCOME? Then rent this fully equipped store. Living quarters in build- ing. To reliable party only $25‘ per month. 00‘98 """" " ‘1de pausium; LUOOJ-fi Herb Angle, Angle Bldg. mvvvvvvvvvvvvvvmvvv‘ Wanted 1 l l ‘AMM‘ WILL BUY cottonwood logs de- livered to Olympia Port Dock. James Bradner at dock or eve- nings, Stuart Hotel. . 5-22—6-24—10t GIRL WANTED for general housework. Mrs. Elmer Smith. Phone 112—J. 6-5—tf. WANTED : Rough carpentry work by hour or day. Reason- able. Inquire Dell Beattie, Lower Skokomish Valley. TEAM WORK WANTED: ding, haying, etc. H. H. Leon- ard, Route 2 on Jim Dickinson] place at Agate. 6-17--1t GEORGE, COME HOME at on'c—e, all is forgiven since you pur- chased those B. F. Goodrich‘ Safety Silvertowns, at Al Huer- by Motors, on their new “Bud- g'et” plan. Your wife, Susie. WORK WANTED by carpenter and builder. rough, finishing and alteration also painting. Re- ferences. Reasonable. H. M. Jones, 17141/2 Ridgeroad, Shel- ton. J—6-12-17-19-‘24—4t. WANTED: experienced! y o u n g lady Wishes work. Inquire Jourl nal office. S—6-17-19—2t. 'VVVWVVVW "vvv "VVVVVV Lost and Found LOST: Black cloth ladies purse, cloth handles. Between Shelton and Canal. Dorothy LaBarr Shelton General Hospital. 6-17 N0. 1424 NOTICE TO CREDITORS 1n the Superior Court of the State of W'ashington for the County of Mo— son IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OFV FRED JOHNSON, Deceased. Notice is hereby given that the un- ersigned has been appointed, and qualified as administrator of the. above entitled estate; that all per- sons having claims against said do- ceased are hereby required to serve the same, duly verified. on said ad- ministrator or his attorney of record at the address below stated. and file the same with the Clerk of said Court, together with proof of such service, within six months after the date of first publication of this notice or the Same will be barred. Date of first publication June 10, 1941. FRANK S.“ SMITH. Administrator of said Estate. Address Elma, Washington. E. S. AVEY. Attorney for Estate, Elma, Washington. 6-10—17—24. 7-1—4t. No. 1430 NOTICE TO CREDITORS In the Superior Court of the State of Washington for Mason County, In Probate. IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF HILDUR ONSRUD, D ceased. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIfKEN, that the Undersigned, Edvin ‘gelstad. has been appointed and has qualified as. Administrator of the Estate of Hildur Onsrud, Deceased, and that all persons having claims against the said Deceased or the said Estate are hereby re uircd to serve the same. duly veri led. with the necessary vouchers attached upon the under— sxgned Administrator. or his Attor- ney of Record, at Suite 1, Lumber- men‘s Building, Shelton. Mason Coun— ty, Washington, the same being desig- nated as the place for the transac— tion of the business of the said Es- tate. 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: May 27th, 1941, or said claims will be forever barred. Date of first publication. May 27th, 1941. EDVIN TINGELSTAD. Administrator of the Es- tate of Hildur Onsrud. Deceased. Suite 1. Lum- .. bermen's Building. Shel- ton. Mason County, Washington. CHAS. R. LEWIS. Attorney for said Ad- ministrator, S ite 1, Lumbermen's uilding, Shelton, Mason County, Washington. 6-:i~lo-li'-—ll, F—6-12-17—2t. skid— ‘ YOU CAN'T SELL UNT'L YOU JOURN AL NT A DS FIND_‘_A_B_U_Z_E_R_!_USE WANT--ADS ' ATORY HUNTERS HINDER OWE—77v? , M 0 ' Y t' - -- - ” """"" "'"' ORESTATION, RANGER SAYS Eli. lgickoglziilrie InalNya Kittie; LLETlEstatem ClaSS‘f‘ed SerVTf. w META.“ insertion, attractively low rates on subSequent insertions. Min- imum charge 40c. 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 of 10c will be made when billing is necessary. Card of thanks 50c. Classified Display Rates on Request. Phone 100 "V'VVV'VVVVVVVVV' ' ' ' ' .' For Sale’ A PIANO SPINET returned from rental now at our Port Town- send store. To be sold at a re- duction, reasonable in o n t h l y payments. Write for particulars. Adjusting Dept, King and Folk Music Co., 124 E. First St., Port Angleles, Wn. W——6-12-17-19-24——4t FOR SALE CHEAP: Mowing machine, hayrake, harrow and cultivator. Phone 217J3. J—6-17-19-24-26—4t. FOR SALE: year old Hampshire Red laying hens. Also eight 1— year Anconia hens. Mrs. Harry Johnson, Summit Drive. Phone 385. 6-17——1t. FOR SALE: LOGO-watt capacity, 32-volt Delco light generator, complete with batteries, sw1t- ches, radio and globes. Excell- ent condition. For quick sale $200. Joe E. Chamberlin, Rt. 2, Box 29-B, Lake Spencer. . 6-17-24—3t. 1 BILTWELL davenport and chair. Fine condition, $27.50. See Earl Dickinson, Route 1, on High— way South. 6-17—1t. FOR SALE: Red—Eyers. Call 198J Mrs. A. M. Hulbert. 6-17—1t. W“ USED FURNITURE Wood ranges, heaters, beds, springs, breakfast sets, dav- enports and chairs, tables, washing machines, radios. Reasonably priced Olsen Furniture Co. USED APPLIANCES, 1—Kelvinator Refrigerator like new .......................... ..$89.50 1—Montag range .. 29.50 l—Superior range 27.50 1—Lang range 27:59 1—Lang range .................... .. 24.50 1—Incinerator, all white 17.50 1—Laundry stove ................ .. 12:50 1—Norge washer . 29.50 1—~Norge washer . 24.50 ~1—Voss‘ Washer 17.50 1-Thor washer . 17.50 1—A.B.C. washer . . 1—Combination electric and wood range, nearly new.. 99.50 1—Au‘oomatic gas hot water heater ................. ..' ............. .. 24.50 Free Delivery Easy Terms NASH BROTHERS 7 USED DEPARTMENT 117 Cota Shelton vvvvvvvvv- V'va PROFESSIONAL CARDI Am“ M. ALDENC. BAYLEY ATTORNEY AT LAW Title Insurance Building . Opposite First National Bunk Phone 23 Shelton - o Mow—«L-.- INSURANCE HERBERT G. ANGLE Office at Angle Building ELLIOT B. SPRING Accounting Tax Serviceh I Bookkeeping Systems 123 4th St. Phone 565 Painting Papering Interior Decorating GEO. A. MLCREARY Phone 559-J Shelton, Wn. DOANE BRODIE Attorney-At-Law Angle Building Phone 337 CHARLES R. LEWIS ATTORN EY AT LAW Suite 1 L. M. Bldg. Shelton, Washington .1 The number of cities between 50,000 and 100,000, asshown by the 1940 Census, Was 107, an in- crease from 98 in 1930. Com- bined population of these places was 7,343,917, compared with 6,- .491,448 ten years earlier. mu; xwegw. WI-