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'a , July 3,1941. 011 Valley NeWS Brevities By Una Winsor Valley, July 1.—T h e _ 0f the Home Sewing club ' their July meeting Thurs- ” next w . I eek, the 10th, at md,,Mrs. John Sells, Jr. daughter Dianne, of Col- 8 Visitors Thursday at mm of Mrs. H. A. Winsor. , . er, a surveyor on the "is it reclamation project and avmg a ten day vaca- ‘ they are here visiting , terns. Mr. and Mrs. How- nson of Lake Cushman Vékand Mrs. John Sells, on 001mm. Rutledge, Mrs. Ina Fort .Healey drove to Olym- 5' and brought Mrs. Rut- ‘5 With them. 133’ Baker and daugh- ' (SEEING on Mr. and Mrs. .Si 038 Saturday evening. I atgne Kneeland was a rth Echo Farm Wednes- V MrS. H. A. Winsor and “Sham of Aberdeen, is '7 aWe'Gék of vacation with d aunt, Mr. and Mrs. ooke. and incidentally, L ' e former a hand in the Mrs. R. R. Phillips of .NIIrs. Charley Baker I,VlSlted Saturday eve— . hf? Winsor and Dewey funnies. 8.01 ‘A man returned Thurs- " 91 packhorse trip into the With ‘and M a party of miners. "2‘s. Dewey Bennett 1'. 1'1 e Walter in. 93 gay evening at f 1'. and Mrs. of the be held next week, ,3 July 10. E. A. Rut- .1 (innate to the state grange v; and“ Ellensburg, gave his . a new member was .at the meeting last . W. Carter Mrs. H. A. left at In- .» after spending 1‘98 Weeks in Shelton f ,Ves. ,m ‘ tledge - r and little grand 3;“an Healey, drove to 1 Sunday and attended Rut gathering and picnic “filedge clan. rley Baker ‘and daugh- , s'D§nt Sunday evening MrWlth Mrs. J. F. Ben- B 5. Robert Gardner. fiuuegnnett called on Mrs. 8‘9 and Mrs. Ina Fort l 'D ‘ grey Bennett accompan- yWan Wivell, Mrs. Oli- e and Mrs. Peter Bol- bl Isab ofs ella Valley h and helton, to the Upper River Monday for an . Ce “Inexpensive but very ef- ‘1“? a1 Want-Ad—Phone -l CAMP CLELAND SCHEDULED TO OPEN JULY 20; SCOUTS ANTICIPATE BIG SEASON The Executive Board of the Tumwater Council, Boy Scouts of America announced today that the official opening of Camp Cleland would be on Sunday, July 20th. Sam Totten, Chairman of the Council Camping Committee, is responsible for the announcement. This date is of considerable im— portance to hundreds of Scouts throughout Mason, Lewis and Thurston Counties. There had been some discussion as to start- ing the Camp on July 27th but it was felt that it would be more favorable to a larger number of Scouts if it were held on the 20th. Scouts from all over the Tum- water Council are asked to have their registrations into their Scoutmaster or District Camping Chairman not later than Saturday, July 12th. In order to register for this outstanding Camping Ex- perience, Scouts are asked to turn in their applications with a $1.00 registration fee in order to hold themselves a place. The entire fee has been set at $8.00, the $1.00 being a part of the $8.00 total. Among the many activities at the Camp will be wilderness trips, boating, swimming, handicraft, games of all kinds and many oth— er activities. Mr. Tottcn asks all Scouts whose Scoutmasters may be away on vacation at the pres— ent time to c0ntact the Chair- man of their Troop Committee or their District Camping Chairman for applications and information. The District Camping Chairmen of the various Districts are as fol- lows. Sam Totten — Thurston County District. Dr. Ben T. Briggs — Mason County District. C. G. Hoerling~Centralia Dis- trict. Mortimer Sticklin —~ Chehalis District. Scouts in the Southern District should see C. C. Wall at Winlock. Camp Cleland is a beautiful Camp site on Lake Lena high in the Olympic Mountains and may be reached by taking the Olympic Loop Highway through Hoodsport to Hidden Cove resort which is about a mile and one-half North of Elden. Turn left following the Forest Service Road along: the Record Dairy Display Due At Souflpyest Fair “We’re going to have the big- gest dairy display the fair has seen for a long time” is the prom- ise of Wm. Auld, superintendent of the Dairy Division of the Southwest Washington Fair. Mr. Auld is the new head of the department but is far from new to the fair game as he has been exhibitor, judge and department manager before. He comes into his work with the Southwest' Washington Fair with a world of enthusiasm. Premiums this year have been increased and Mr. Auld is con- tacting as many prospective ex- hibitors as possible in Southwest Washington. Premium lists and entry blanks have been mailed out to previous exhibitors as well as pospective exhibitors. Mr. Auld has assurance that Lewis county dairy breeders will have good showings in each breed. Anyone desiring additional in- formation in this department can write Mr. Auld in Chehalis. CARD 0F. THANKS We wish to express in this way our sincere appreciation for the sympathies and kindnesses extend- ed us in our bereavement over the passing of our infant son, Roy Emery. Mr. and Mrs. Donald C. Northness. 7—'2-—1t. In SEE IT AT- *HllERBY morons . Shelton First & Pine Committees For posed in Federal courts recentlyi Now on DISPLAY Ford 6 Coupe l $861 Delivered Shelton ~ l tors resulted you CAN’T SELL UNTIL You FIND A BUYER! use Hamma Hamma River for about 8 miles. Parking grounds are pro- vided and a well marked hiking trail will lead you the remaining two and one-half miles into Camp. Among its natural attractions are many high peaks and numer— ous lakes within easy hiking dis- tance. Several kinds of large game may be seen close to the Camp site at any time. Fishing is of the best. ; President Harry T. Martin andl members of the Council Camping Committee will make an over- night trip to Camp Cleland on Saturday, July 12 to inspect the Camp and make it ready for oc- cupancy. Over 75 Scouts and leaders will finish a two—weeks Camp at Camp Olympus on Summit Lake this coming Saturday. Many of these Scouts have already indicated their intentions of also attend- ing Camp Cleland, thus indicat— ing a large attendance for this Camp. Max B. Jensen, Scout Execu- tive of the Tumwater Council, will be in charge of the Camp and will be assisted by a large staff of experienced camp leaders. 4-H County Fair Arlflipointed I Committee Chairmen for the different departments of the Ma- WAFEAPS ,ncsday and plan to son County 4-H Fair were ap- pointed at a meeting held at the County Extension Office Monday. At the meeting nine women's clubs were represented, three granges and two garden clubs. The department chairmen are: Grange—Mrs. Steve Beers; Home Economics—Mrs. Frank Skerbini; Floral——a committee consisting or1 the chairmen from each club. Some have not been appointed as yet; 4-I-I—C. Okerstrom, general chairman; Garden — Mrs. I. C. Ford. The dates set are August 22, and 23, and it is hoped that the fair may be held at the gymnas- ium the same as last year. At‘ the present’ time, however, Pro-v fessor Loop reports that no can- vas is available for the covering; of the floor. It 'is hoped this may be remedied by fair time. , Revival Campaign To Close July 6th The Revival Campaign wh i c hi has been in progress at the As-l sembly of God Mission at 222 South 2nd street for two weeks under the leadership of Evangel- ist M. E. Edmunson and party ofl Wichita Falls, Texas, will con- tinue Sunday evening, July 6th, reports Ida L. Strankmanv pas- tOI‘. /" A Sunday school rally ’will be, held at this church next Sunday morning at 9:45 a. in. Services each night at 8 p. m. except Fri- day on this week. A cordial wel- come to all. A group from the church will attend the camp meeting which, is now in progress at Centralia, on Friday. The camp meeting will run from June 28 to July 13. 12 ...... .. 3 FINED FOR ...... .. 12 San Francisco—Evidence pre- sented by food stamp investiga- in three to six- month jail sentences being im- against three food retailers in southern California and Arizona,‘ according to Charles F. Kunkel, acting regional director of the Surplus Marketing Administra- or. In all cases the sentences were imposed under the federal statute of making a false claim against the government. ' l. ! | LEGAL PUBLlCAl‘lONS ll ‘ inE rule will be enfosced: n Mid-Westerners Visit Hoodsport g Family On Tripi By Yvonne Bartels l Hoodsport, June 30 -~ Relatives from Fayette, Iowa, visiting here this last week formed a type of family reunion for the Dickinson families. They included Mr. Jud Conner, his son-in-law and daugh— ter, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Dumer- muth, their son and daughterg Daryl and Kay, and other cous- ins, Paul and John Dumermuth, all of Iowa. They arrived Wed— journey on; ofE sometime before the Fourth July holidays. On Thursday the H. R. Dick— insons, the Dumermuths and Mrs: Kilby, motored to Port Angeles to visit relatives there, rcturningl on Saturday for dinner with Mrs. Abbey. Mr. and Mrs. Al Dickinson, ofi Shelton, spent Sunday with their cousins, the Dumermuths, and his mother, Mrs. Kilby. Sixteen were present for dinner with Mrs. Kilby that day. They all spent Monday at Stair- case Camp with Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Dickinson. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Neudorfcr of Lake Cushman, are proud tol announce the birth of their son born last Monday at the Shelton- General hospital. l Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Ahl and: family of Port Townsend, enjoy— ed Saturday and Sunday with relatives here. Dr. and Mrs. Richter, 'of Pot- latch, motored to Woodson, 0146-3 gon, last week to Visit Mr. and! Mrs. Fred Siegel and family. They returned Monday bringing Dickie,, Mary Ann, and Jackie Siegel with; them to stay for another short Visit with their grandparents, Mr. . and Mrs. J. H. Nance. On Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Pierce, who have been residing at Tilli-I cum Beach, moved into the houSe recently vacated by the Matti Kaare’s. A friend, Miss Simon, of| Aberdeen, arrived the same day for a week's visit. Mr. and Mrs. Matt Kaare Were visitors of friends here on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ross Williams and son of Quilcene, formerly of Hoodsport, have moved into one of the newly finished cabins at Millo’s Grove. Mrs. J. C. McKiel, her daugh- ter, Gloria, and Mrs. Alex Bar- tels, motored to Tacoma on Fri- day. Mrs. Josie Lassoie of the Hoods— port Cafe, entertained Thursday: evening at Rau’s Chicken Dinnch ;Inn in honor of her son Joe Las~| soie who is leaving to go iiltol iservice in the draft. There were several guests. Joe, who has been teaching school at Toppenish for the past year, left Friday morn— ing Iollowing a two week’s vaca— tion in Hoodsport. Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Lockwood are sporting a ‘41 Oldsmobile “8.” Mr. and Mrs. Robert Angcst and family of Dutch Flat, Calif., have rented a cabin at Gateway Inn and plan to spend a week orl ten days visiting relatives" here in, Hoodsport. Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Sanford and family of Lilliwaup have moved into the house next to Bill Hat— ton’s Garage. Mr. Sanford owns a “shrimp and crab’1 truck. Mrs. I". M. Smith and Mrs.‘ Lunt motored to Olympia, last Thursday to a bridge party given by Mrs. W. D. Simons. A lovely luncheon was served at 1:00 p.m.. Mr. W. R. McDonald will spend the next week in Salem, Oregon, on business. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Nance were visitors of their niece, Mrs. Elva Price at‘her home in the Upper Skokomish Valley. The Boy Scouts are now at Red Bluff having their first outing of the season. They will do their future traveling in a lovely launch, called “Pat.” ' Wednesday, Jess Davies and Tommy Bowles, brother-in-laws, who are the same age, observed their birthdays which are also the same, with a delicious fried chicken dinner given by their wives at the home of the former. Dinner was followed by the usual cake and candles. Those present .other than the guests of honor| and their wives, were, Mr. andl Mrs. V. L. Lockwood and son1 Bob, and Mr. Davies’ brother Bob. Mr. and Mrs. 'Gary Graep of Everett, spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Bowlesd‘ Mrs. Graep and Mrs. Bowles were, former Alpha Chi Omega Soror- ity sisters at Pullman collpge. ST. DAVID’S EPISCOPAL CHURCH Memorial Building 9:15 A.M. Morning Prayer and Sermon, Sunday, July 6. Thomas E. Jessett, Vicar N O T I C E The following described area hereby declared fiRRDEGION OF EXTRA FIRE HAZ— SIMPSON CAMP NO. 3 AREA: Town- shlp_22 North, Range 4 West: those portions of Sections 5, 6, 8, 16, 17. 20. 30 and 31 lying south of the! Forest Service road and west oi" the North Fork of Skokomish Riv- er; all of Sections 7, 18 and 19. Township 22 North, Range '5 West: those portions of Sections 1, 2, 3.‘ 10, 15, 22, 23, 25, 26. 35 and 3b‘l lying south of the Forest Service is read and east of the South Fork of Skokomish River; all - of Sec- , tions 11. 12, 13, 14 and 24. ‘ For protection of the‘ above de- scribed area against fire the follow-I try into this area is prohibited except as provided by law with rclcl'ence to permanent residents and industrial operations. 1 Violators of the foregoing rule are subject to fine of $10.00 to $100.00 or 90 days in jail. or both. Effective from July 7, 1941 to Oct- ober 15, 1941. T. S. GOODYEAR, Assistant Director De— partment of Conscr- vation and Detolop— lnent, State of Wash- ington. 7-3—11. SHELTON-MASON COUNTY JOURNAIJ . 1 VVVVVVYVVVV m" Wm Real Estate “AAA AA AAAAMAM‘“A~ I FOR SALE: 5-room modern house, SHELTON FURNITURE UP— FURNISHED APARTMENTS for l furnished or unfurnished. $2800 terms. Phone 328-J or 499. R—5-13mtf. F O R S A L E: modern 5-room house with large sun porch and large lot. Inquire J. H. Tice,! 11th and Turner, Angleside. 7-377—tf. FOR SALE 7—room modern suburban home on paved highway, fireplace, basement, plastered with new paper. Has excellent well kept yard with many beautiful flow— ers and shrubs. Small conser- vatory attached to home with: many plants. Includes about 2_ acres of excellent soil and gravity water system. This is one of the finest suburban homes in the county and will make an excellent home. not see it today if you want a really fine home that is close in, Will sell for $5400 and give some terms. 11-acrcs in Kamilche Valley, fine‘ soil and most all under culti- vation. with large chicken house. Elec- tric lights, daily mail, and about 8 miles from Shelton. VJill sell for $1775 and give good terms to reliable party. 5-room modern home with large upstairs in excellent condition, hard wood floors, fireplace, fulli l basement, furnace and nice yard. Cement sidewalk and dustlcss street. Will sell for $4500 and-allow some terms. 7—room home in best district. Large lot with excellent side- walks. A very good buy at $2375.00, terms $350 down and; $20.00 per month at 6%. Why not see it today? 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. * * 44 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY 1 Good going store on well traveled road and fully e uipped and) stocked, gasoline pu ps, 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 good' easy income I would be glad to: show you this property. Cashl price or terms. one should want in a nice home. Small place :vitll acre of ex— cellent ground. 1-room housel and cabin with garage attach- ed. Berries, garden and flowers. Mostly all cleared ready to cul- tivate. This place is close in and will make a fine home for al couple or single party. See itl today. Half cash, balance on terms .......................... $790.00 i: :e , :l: :i: ii: I Business building in Shelton. Ren-‘ tal income. Terms. $4,600.00. * t * =l< 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, $2850, terms, may be arranged. Will trade. Herbert G. Angle Angle Bldg. Phone 304 (11) NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that pursuant to and in conformity with an order of the Board of County Com- missioners of Mason County, State of Washington, duly made and entered on the 28th day of May, 1941, order- mg the undersigned to sell, in the manner provided by law (Section 133. Chapter 263, Laws of 1927), the un- dersigned will on Saturday, the 12th day of July, 1941 at the hour of nine oclock in the forcnoon of said day. at the front door of the‘ Court House in the City of Shelton, said County and State, offer for sale, at not less than the minimum price stated be- low, plus advertising and cruising costs, to the highest and best bid- ders” all the right. title, and interest of said Mason County, excepting there from, however. all public roads, CCC roads, streets or alleys now in use. or rights—of—way for roads now owned by. or sought to be appropriated at this date for public roads, CCC roads or streets, by said county, and pro- vided further that proceeds from sale of forest products shall apply on con- tracts. in and to the, following de- scribed real properties, situated in Said C unty and State, to»wit: t 52 0 . Description No. 1. Lots 1 Block 1; Lots 1 to 48, Block 2; Lots to 56. Block 2; Lots 1 to 5, Tract B. Lots 20 to' 1, Tract D ,Tract E, and Lots 48 to 56. all in Block 4: Lots 1 to 14, Tract F, Tract G. Lots 21 to 38. Tract H, Tract I. l and Lotsi to 56. all in Block 5; Lots 1 to Lots 14 to 20, Lots 24. to 28, all in g: Block 6; Lots 1 to 23 and Lots 28 to 46, all in B ck 7; Lots 1 to 46. Block 8; Lots to 46. Block 9; Lots 1 to 19, and Lots 24 to 42. all in Block 10; Lots 1 to 46. Block 11: and Lots 1 to 23, Block 12; all in Lakewood Plat G, Mason County. VVashlngton. Offer $75.00 Cash. .Description No. 2. SE14 SW14. Sec- tion 4, Twp. 22 N., Range 1 Otter $40.00. Description No. 3. SW14 SE14 Ex- cept Tract 15. Section 17; NW1; NW1/4 and SW14 NW1; Except part of Tract 2. Section 19; all in Twp. 22 N., Ran e 1 W.W.M. Offer $150.00 Cash for al. 'Descriptiml No. 4. WV; SE14, Sec- tion 30, Twp. 22 N., Range 1 Offer $80.00. Description No. 5. Tract 20 and Tract 22, (both in SW14 SW14), ec- tlon 29; Tract 3 in SE14 SE14, cc- tlon 30: and Tract 18, Section 32; all in Twp. 22 N., Range 1 Of- fer $25.00. Description No. 6. SW14 Section 31, Twp. 20 N., Range W.M. Offer $150.00 Cash. Description No. 7. NW‘,; Section 21, Twp. 21 N., Range W.M. Offer $40.00. Description No. SW%. 2 W. NW 1.5.. 9 .. W. 8. NWM; NE‘A. Section ‘29. Twp. 21 N., Range 2 W. W.M. Offer $40.00. Description No. 9. NE% NW%. [Section 29, Twp. 21 N., Range w. W.M. Offer $40.00. Description No. 10. S113 NEli’i. Nl/z SW14. Section 31; and W% NW14, Section 32; all in Twp. 21 N., Range 2 W.W.M. Offer $240.00. Description No. 11. SE14 SW1/¢,. URNAL Why" Has good 4-room house. ‘ Free Enlargement Classified Service holsterilig, furniture recovered and rebuilt, free estimates, 714 Ellinor Ave. Joe Nussbaumer, proprietor. Phone 590-W. 6-20. 7—20-1M. Roses are Red Violets Are Blue. B. F. Goodrich Is the Tire for You. 7-3-~—1t.I FOR SALE: modern 5-room hou button—wing! you see, you get. P136: rid-white or Iul -c h alnovies a! snaps C;- car 4 speeds;sl0_w m d c’ 1 makes animate - provisxon for Press the $10 DOWN ANDREWS PHOTO STUDIO FILMS DEVELOPED 25¢ per roll coupon with each roll. FIR DRUG STORE LARGE SIZE I Duplicating SALES BOOKS 5¢ Each. 51‘ 55¢ per dozen We also take orders for all kinda of special— PRINTED SALES BOOKS Our prices are an low or lower than outside salesmen can quote you.. , THE JOURNAL ' VVVVVV vvvvvvvv VV.vamV‘ vvvvvvvv'Vvvvvvvvvv vvvvvv 1938 BUICK '4-door touring se- dan, nicely equipped, 4 new, tires. New car guarantee $645 1937 BUICK 5 passenger coupe.l radio, heater, new brakes, new; paint .................................... .. $545§ 1937 CHEVROLET DeLuxe 4 an: sedan, radio, heater, spot light“ Eew paint .......................... .. $495 19 7 CHRYSLER Royal Coupe. new paint, 4 new tires .... .. $495l 1938 Pontiac .“8” business coupe.l Radio, heater, low mileage $595,‘ 1936 CHEVROLET, radio, beaten! new paint ............................ .. $385 1933 STUDEBAKER sedan, excel- lent condition thruout, radio $325, 1933 PONTIAC COUPE. N ew' paint ................................ .. $1851 Several Model A’s ...... .. $85 - $125! Better Values -—- Lower Prices . a stronger guarantee you’ll I not find anywhere! All ’41 state tested . . . BOB ERVIN Used Cars } l FOR SALE: 1934 International 1/2 ton panel delivery truck. Will sacrifice cheap. Shelton Bakery. 7—3—8—2t. FOR SALE: $125.00 credit 1941i Nash or Willys. Best offer by' July 15. TRADE. Rolland Can- aday c-o Harold Hunter. Sko- komish valley. 7-3-8—10—_3t. Section 12, Twp. 20 N.. Range 3 W. W. . Offer $80.00 Cash. Scription No. 12. NEl/i SW14. Se ion 13, Twp. 22 N., Range 3 W. W.M. Offer $40.00. Description No. 13. 81/2 SW1/4. Sec- \tion 13, Twp. 22 N., Range 3 W.W.M. Offer $80.00. .Description No. 14. N1,é SW34. Sec- tion 17; and SE34 SE14. Section 18; all in Twp. 23 N., Range 3 Offer $120.00 Cash. Description No. 15. W% Lot 1, all of Lot 2, and that un latted portion of Government Lot 8 ylng Westerly of Lilliwaup Falls, containln 1.30 Acres, more or less, all in ectlon 30. Twp. 23 N., Range 3 W.W.M. 0r- fer $65.00. Description No. 16. Tract 20, Section 01'- fer $5.00. Description No. 17. W1/2 SE14, Sec- tion 2, Twp. 19 N., Range 5 Offer $125.00. Description No. 18. Tract 47 of Es- rom Place Tracts, Section 13, Twp. 20 N., Range 5 Offer $10.00. Description No. 19. SE1/4 NWIA, Section ngéhOZO N., Range 5 W. W.M. er . . OMER L. DION, Treasurer of Mason County. (SEAL) 6-19—26. 7-3—3t. 11. Twp. 22 N., Range 4 W.W.M. N0. 1437 , NOTICE TO CREDITORS In the Superior Court of the State of ‘Vashington in and for the Com» ty of Mason, In Probate. In the Matter of the Estate of ED- WARD DICKENSON PAYNE, Deceas- ed. Notice is hereby given that the un— dersigned has been appointed and has qualified as administratrlx of the es- tate of Edward Dickenson Payne, deceased; that all persons having claims against said deceased are here- by re uired to serve the same, duly verifie . on said admmistratrix or her attorney of record at the address be- low 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 pub- lication of this notice or the same will be barred. 1939.18 of first publication June 19, VALEVE PAYNE WEBBER, Adnlinistratrix of said Estate. Shelton, Washington. DOANE BRODIE, Attorney for Estate. Angle Building, Shelton, Washington. 6—19-26. 7—3-10—4t. 1.; ———-——-—————— I WILL OWNER please MM“‘L4“AAAA“‘ AA rent (2 and3rooms). Good lo-, cation. Very reasonable. Golds-' borough Apts, Second and Knee-, land Streets, Shelton. 5-7~tf.‘ _____________ , AVAILABLE JULY 1: unfurnish- apartment 3 rooms and bath. Phone 37-M after 7:30. 221 No. 10th St., across from tennis- courts. S—6-24-26--7-1-3—4t. FOR RENT: 3-room furnished! apartment, private bath. Mill Street Apartments, phone 259M.' 6-2——tf. l CABINS FOR RENT 2 rooms, lights and water. 6 miles south on Olympia Highway. Munson’s Auto Camp. K——7—1-3-8—10—4t HOUSE FOR RENT: Mrs. H. Crary. Phone 285-W. C—7-1-3—2t. V l FOR RENT: small 2—room house, partly furnished. Close to town" in nice location. Ideal for single, man or woman. $10 month. In— quire 619 N. Fifth. Wrm7-3ivtf. 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. 4—room furnished apt. ........ .. 35.00! Herb Angle, Angle Bldg. 3 Wanted .“‘“‘“M“m‘“w CHRISTMAS TREES WANTED:, large or small lots. Highest‘ prices. Mattson & Carlson, 4125’ Sixth Avenue, Tacoma. ; 6-24-26-—7-1-3-8-10-15-17-8t YOUNG LADY living on highway; midway between Shelton andl Olympia, working in Olympia,l desires transportation, daily.‘ Write R1 Box 71, Shelton. Y—7—1—3—2t. 1 HELP WANTED: men to cut cord, wood. Phone 473—W. l H~—7-1—3-8-10—4t. VVVVVWVVVV "vv v ("VVVVV Lost and Found call atl 620 Ellinor for long hair stray cat and kittens. B——7-2—1t. ! Tides of the Week l Computed for Oakland Bay (Hood Canal tides are one hour & 55 minutes earlier). High 12:37 a.m. 14.8 ft. Thurs. Low 7:47 a.m. 1.3 ft.j July 3 High 1:59 p.m. 11.3 ft.l Low 7:14 p.m. 4.6 ftl High 1:24 a.m. 14.6 ft. Fri. Low 8:43 a.m. 0.1 ft. July 4 High- 3:24 p.m. 12.1 ft.i Low 8:25 p.m. 5.6 ft.l I High 2:12 a.m. 14.5 ft. Sat. Low 9:36 a.m. -1.0 ft. July 5 High 4:37 p.m. 13.0 ft. Low 9:35 p.m. 6.2 5* High 3:01 a.m. 14.4 ft. Sun. Low 10:26 a.m. -1.9 ft. July 6 High 5:38 p.m. 13.8 ft. Low 10:41 p.m. 6.4 ft. High 3:52 a.m. 14.2 ft. Mon. Low 11:14 a.m. —2.5 ft. July 7 High 6:29 p.m. 14.5 _ Low 11:41 p.m. 6.4 High 4:43 a.m. 14.0' Tues. LOW‘12201 p.m. 2.7 July 8 High 7:16 p.m. 15.0 ft. ft. ft ft. ft. NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that sealed bids will be received by the Board of Count' Commissioners of Mason County, ashington, in their office at the court house in Shelton, up to two o‘clock p. m. on Monday, July 7th, 1941, for the construction of Mason County Road Project No. 15. 1941 Road Olling, which project consists of Units 1, 2 and 3 com- bining bituminous surface treatment light and non—skid single seal oiled road construction. Bids will be re- ceived up to the time fixed and then opened and publicly read aloud. Plans and Specifications are now on file with the County Auditor where they may be examined by prospective bidders and may be had upon re- ceipt of $5.00, which .sum shall be forfeited unless plans and specifica— tions are returned in good condition within five days of awarding bid. The engineer‘s preliminary esti- mated quantities, including those com— bined in Units 1, 2 and 3, are as follows: Item 1. preparation of roadway 011. 29.55 miles; Item 2, preparation of roadway, unoiled. 6.8 miles; Item 3, bituminous cement road oil M.C.-2' 1n glace on roadway, 445 tons: Item' 4,. creened gravel surfacing, 3/4 inch minus in place on roadway, 4850 cubic yards; Item 5, bituminous cement, R. C.-4 road oil in place on roadway, 120 tons; Item 6. schedule A, coarse screened gravel, $3., inch to 1/4 inch in place on roadway, 1200 cubic yards: Item 7, schedule A. fine screened gravel, 1,4 inch to O, in place in road- way, 450 cubic yards: Item 8, water in place on roadway, 70 M gallons. Road oil to be used on this project will be furnished to the contractor by Mason County under the terms of its contracts with prozucers and dis— tributors, according to special pro- visions. Each bid must name unit price on each item as specified and be ac- companied by certified check payable to Treasurer of Mason County for five per cent of total bid. Date of completion of work to be on or before August 1st, 1941. The Board requires that where pos- sible the contractors will employ resi- dents of Mason County who are American citizens and that the min~ imum wage shall be $4.00 per legal day. All material used on the work shall be procured within Mason Coun— ty fronl local dealers When available, subject to kind and quality provided for 111 the standard specifications and bond must be secured from a local agent of an acceptable bonding com- pany. Bids of contractors residing outside of State of Washington will not be considered. Board reserves the right to reject any and all bids. Dated this 26th day of June, 1941. HARRY DEYETTE, County Auditor and Ex- Ofl'l'cio Clerk of the Board of County Com- ! missioners, Mason ’ County. Washington. J 6—26. 7-3—2t. Page Fivc For Rent'mm ' RATES On Classified Advertisements 10 cents a line (5 words) first insertion, attractively low rates on subsequent insertions. Min- imum charge 400. 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 " vvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvv For Sale “AMMAAAAA AAA AAAAA‘A“ FOR SALE: practically new Es- tate wood range, 18 inch oven, about half price. Avene Richert, 918 Turner, Shelton. 6-24--8-1-3t FOR SALE: 2 mares, 6 yrs. old, true and sound, mowing mach- ine and other farm machinery, or will trade for milk cows. F. H. Landgrath, Upper Skokom- ish Valley. 6-24—26--7-1-3—4t- FOR SALE: one thorough bred Irish setter, 2 years old, $15.00. Phone 393 or 321 South Second Street. W—»7—_1—372t. FOR SALE Wood Range ...................... .. $10.00 Oil Range .............. .. priced to sell Grunow Refrigerator ........ .. 60.00 Shelton Electric Co. FOR SALE CHEAP: Mink cape cost $175 or will trade for washing machine or davenport. Mrs. W. R. Long, Route 2. 7—2—1t. USED APPLIANCES RANGES WOOD 1~—Lang .................................. ..$39.50 l—Lang . . . . , . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . , .. 27.50 1—«Home Comfort .. 44.50 1~— Montag ............................ .. 29.50 1—— Montag ............................ __ 39.50 1— Monarch .. 24.50 1‘ Western . . . _ . _ _ . .. 24.50 1—— Laundry .......................... .. 12.50 ELECTRIC RANGES 1—~Hot Point (only slightly used) .................. _.$79.50 ELECTRIC REFRIGERATORS 1—-—Norge .............................. ..$ 89.50 1~Sparton .......................... .. 109.50 1 'Grunow .......................... .. 79.50 WASHING MACHINES lu-Maytag, rebuilt .............. ..$39.50 ir-Eorge...s ...... ....... .... .. 27.50 i 1~9Norge ...... .. 24.50 l—Thor .................................. .. 19.50 MISCELLANEOUS 1—automatic Gas Hot water heater ...................... ..$24.50 1~pair bed springs .. 4.75 liice box ............................ 5.00 NASH BROTHERS Used Dept. 117 Cota YOU ARE COVERED for any ac- cident for $25 per day. Longer time the rate is gheaper. Herb ets when you travel. See Herb Angle, Agent. "7W.m""“m PROFESSIONAL CARDS “A w ALDEN C. BAYLEY ATTORNEY AT LAW Title Insurance Building Opposite First National Bank Phone 23 Shelton n INSURANCE HERBERT G. ANGLE Office at Angle Building ELLIOT B. SPRING Accounting Tax Services Bookkeeping , Systems 123 4th St. Phone 565 . 1 MT. MORIAH LODGE‘ No. 11 F.&.A.Nl. Next Regular Communication JULY 5‘ ‘ M . H. N E E DH A M Worshipful Master J. L. CATTO, Secretary. International Correspondence School Shelton Representative WILBERT CATTO Phone 591-W NOTICE OF CIVIL SERVICE EXAMINATION: NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN. that the Police Civil Service Commission of the City of Shelton will. on Monday evening, July 14th, 1941. at , 7:30 O‘clock P. M. in the City Hall, in Shelton, Washington, hold an oral and written examination for City Policeman. NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN. that all persons taking the Examination must file their applications wit the Undersigned Secretary and Chle Ex~ aminer on or before. Monday, July mij tlsduth' 24th d r June 1941 a e is ay 0 . . CHAS. R. LEWISg Secretary and Chief Examiner, Civxl Ser- vice Commission for the City of Shelton. Washington. , 6-24—26. 74-3—4!- _——‘-~g- i :iiu'rvéoa l ‘l