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my . dill 15, 1941. i : PLANNED NOW' . ment Would AlsoI 5~ 0311 Track To I ,Bremerton N a News~Tribune) t Narrows bridge evolved on the I 0‘f C. A. Andrew, ’1 Clark Eldridge’s IV Washington tollI 1.5,. VI? and is making ‘ 11 eventually de- . ‘span design. In a “Tor five bridge 30111 Mr. Andrew 2511 proceed at a “H the new span' ‘ as 0n a number most of which have mined 8 El 5' 5‘ (D 5 rs :> :3 .Q I Plans for a canti-I IS idea is based1 32$ ai railroad to Pp y the nav Probability of fed3-I >019“ this need. Cost . brlClge would run .End 14 million dol- itW estimates, which Prohibitive with- Contribution of de- FWF Span b1'lt‘lge would have of 1,600 feet, as the 2,800 foot span .a 9‘”? bridge and 1.- slmllar' bridge over ‘38 river at Que-= ,, fl bfeet of the San ,rldge. It will in- 1011 of two large ,Nfeet nearer the al‘I‘Ows than the of tdh, in 130 feet of 6 ese piers would , “Impresent piers cost . 01 the heavy cost 'due to the risk in- rushing tides. ,bridge would be’ tylth a single rail- of 9911 the four traf—I ’ col~leSe this project metlon of a rail- “‘00 from the Gig 9‘1, JOb in itself. At bls moved to the arises from Seat- to 0f the new span Settlement of in— , -°1§1 Span, but the to orlty wants to be . Start immediately ,_ available. Three rs have been se~ rung the new job, ES 2‘ i1. t hey accept. does not work out the suspension than the cantilever. So The next few determine several th the construction ‘ 9 new bridge will ‘meantime the 1 t Pity, through Mr. vi .ad" get into a posi- Vantage of an y y Come, eleven n ~ It was voted “31 picnic at Ma— ugust 6th. “Scott entertained b. 0f her daughter, I l’"thday. Guests 1.5- Ben Drake and IVadine and Har- 91‘ and children, . n, Mrs. Wm. Boice .Esi Gary and J er- Jess Brownfield 3’ from Yakima, ‘nt the Fourth of Yes. 2Wille Booth, son ter Audrey, of and Mr. and 81‘Son of Roches- guests of Mr. U_last week. lililily are moving : : ash, where Mr. '1, are employed. 8. R. Boice of f°ta._ are visiting amlly, Mr. and Sunday, they to visit a daugh- ¥ eTuller, G guests of Mr- ~| “liter were Mrs. , a41d Mr. and Mrs. of Tacoma and A- Gunter. 10, Initiative ‘andlncrease in ex- ' me Old age pension 5, Per cent over in _under the old “‘5’ department . y a 40 per cent mlmber of per- was: ,0“ 1390. .84. ‘oi676 aged -'per-. ‘1 aid, at a cost a“Triangle grant» of given 57,088 Jilly 1, at a The average I safety zone. ER TYPE ’mmmos—I No. 13129 NOTICE OF FIRST MEETING OF CREDITORS United States District Court, VVest- ern District of W'as‘hington Southern Division In Bankruptcy Under 75-8 of the Bankruptcy Act Section In the Matter of CHARLES G. FITTS, I a married man, Bankrupt. To the creditors of Charles G. Fitts, a married mail, of Shelton, in the county of Mason, and district afore— said, a bankrupt: Notice is hereby given that on Wed- nesday. the 6th day of August, 1941, the first meeting of the creditors of the above-named bankrupt will be held at 212 Security Building, Olympia, Washington, at o'clock in the after— noon of said day, at which time the said creditors may attend, prove their claims, examine the bankrupt, and transact such other busmess as may properly come before said meeting. The said Charles G. Fith was duly adjudicated a bankrupt on the 20m day of November, 1940. Dated at Olympia. Washington, this 14th day of July, 194]. DANIEL S. BIGELOW’, Conciliation Commissioner 745—711. Referee. COMMISSIONERS PROCEEDINGS Monday, June 2nd, 1941. Board met in regular sesSion, pres— out were R. Trenckmann, Chairman, V. E. Paul and Fred Ferris. Jiu, Com- missioners, and Harry Deyettc, Clerk of Board. This being the time set for con— tinued Hearing on Proposed Plat of Pleasant Cove Beach Tract No. 2, Mr. Watson appeared and asked to have hearing continued til Monday, June 9th. 1941 at 10:00 A. M. It was moved and seconded that hearing be continued to June 9th, 1941 at 10:00 A. M. Carried. C. Okerstrom appeared to ask that necessary expenses for Mason Coun- ty Planning Council be budgeted for next year. I ~ Board instructed him to file a pre- liminary budget on same. Delegations from Capitol Hill Com- munity Club and Mill Creek Com- munity Club appeared to request that Board provide for . Agent in the Budget for next year, Action was deferred until Budgets were considered. ' Claims allowed. Board adjourned to meet again Wednesday, June 4th, 1941, at 10 O‘Clock A. M . Wednesday, June 4th, 1941. Board met, all were present. In the matter of Skill Ball Game Licenses, Operators having been call—— ed in to discuss same, it was moved I I I I . i I I I at Commissioners Room at the Court Haiise_ be fixed as the time . ilIlg place of hearing on same, car- rie . I I I I I a Demonstration and seconded that Resolution be ap- proved. carried. 0 Claims Allowed. Board adjourned. Thursday, June 5th, 1941 Remember These And Avoid Arrest WASHINGTON STATE PATROL VIOLATIONS Subject to Arrest Speed— Too fast for conditions. Exceeding posted speed limit. Rules of the Road— Fail to keep right. Fail pass to left. Passing, view obstructed on a are not to be ircurve- Passing, View obstructed on a130 be made of a crest of grade. age In case the can- ' Fail allow overtaking vehicle to pass. Cutting after in improperly e eerected for about Passmg- Moving from one lane to an- be a four lane other without safety. (I not have anyl Impeding normal flow of traf- fic. Following too closely for safety. Turning Movements— Improper right turn. Improper left turn. Failure to give proper arm sig- nal before turning. Turning on crest of grade, view obstructed within 1,000 feet. Right of Way— Failure to grant right of at intersections. Disregard stop sign. Failure to stop when entering arterial way though no stop sign. Failure to grant right of way way I to emergency vehicle. Driving through pedestrian Disregard traffic signal (auto- matic). Fail to slow for pedestrian. Improper parking. Improper starting from parked pdsition. Fail to obey command of school patrol. Defense Plans Call For Billion Feet Of Coast Lumber in ’41 Seattle—The West Coast lum- ber industry probably will fur- nish nearly a billion feet of lum- ber for national defense this year. the West Coast Lumbermen’s As- sociation disclosed Thursday. It also announced June production reached 99.1 per cent of estimated capacity. Defense demands stressed high grades and large sizes un- available elsewhere in the na- tion, the association said. With termination of the strike of 12,000 010 woodworkers In western Washington, said the statement, the industry is oper- ating “under pressure of a tre- mendous backlog of undelivered orders.” It described the withdrawal of intercoastal shipping from nor- mal trade lanes as the most criticil situation confronting the industry. Shelton Motorists Fined For Accident Montesano, July 8.—(SpecIal.) John Young, youthful Shelton driver involved in a July 4 wreck just east of Montesano in whleh City Treasurer James Fuller, hIS daughter and grandchild were hurt, was fined $50, sentenced to 15 days in the county jail and hadhis driver license revoked for six months longer. 'Justice Ar- thur‘M. Furnia imposed the fine for reckless driving and other penalties .for the youth haying driven a car after his license had been revoked for reckless drivmg- The Shelton clad pleaded “guilty and Nelson 'Hyndman, whose rel- atives were... injured, asked len- iency. ' the I I I I I I I 'agreed to accept $200.00 in full set- ‘be accepted and that Mon ay. I I I I I vand seconded that hearing be Board met. all were present. ' Minutes of May meetings were read and approved. I Bond of J. E.‘Martin. County Su— perintendent for faithful performance of his duties, was approved. Auditor's Count of Treasurer's I I cash I was examined and approved. I Dr. Kennedy certified John Tyler for X-ray, same to be charged to border line fund. Claims allowed. ‘ Board adjourned. Monday, June 9th, 1941. Board met, all were present. This being the time set for post-I poned hearing on proposed plat of Pleasant Cove Beach Tracts, W. 0., Watson appeared to ask that hearingI be postponed until Monday, JuneI 23rd, 1941 at 10:00 O‘Clock A. M. It: was moved and seconded that hear- ing be postponed till Monday, June; 23, 1941 at Commissioners Room at‘. Court House, carried. -‘ Petition of W. L. Richardson et al for the formation of a herd districti within the following boundaries: Be- ginning at point of intersection ofI Olympic Highway and Rollway Road,l thence to intersection of Rollway Road and section line between Sec— tions 16 and 17, Township 19, Range 3 West, W. M.. thence North along: section line to shore line of Skookum Inlet, thence along shore line of Skoo- I kulil Inlet, thence along shore line of Skookuin Inlet to Kamilchc Point.‘ thence south along the shore line of. Oyster Bay to West end of Waldripi or Hardscrabble Road to Intersection Olympic Highway to point of begin— ning. It was moved and seconded that petition be accepted and that Monday. June 30th, 1941 at 2:00 P. M. Bond of M. C. Zintheo, for faithful , performance of his duties as JusticeI of the Peace was approved. Letter from J. N. Clark, in trees cut by WPA workers on land, at Allyn, received and filed. Board adjourned. I June 16th, 1941. ‘ Board met, all were present. Permission was granted P. P. Melirer ' to cross Moroland St.. in front of Lot 9. Block 14 to Lot 16 B 15, James 1st Addition of Shelton. with water pipe line. Monthly report of Agriculturist wts examined and approved. Permission was granted to Gus Nordqulst to cross county road with. water pipe line, on Lake Cushman Road at Hoodsport. Letter from Dr. Lehman, District; Health Officer, asking for leave of' absence from July 1st to August 10th for academic work regarding public' health administration. It was moved and seconded that request for leave of absence be granted. Carried. Claims allowed. Resolution re Cloquallum Creeki Bridge was approved and signed. Notice from Director of Highways that resolution of April 14th being supplemental budget to 1941 Road Budget had been approved, re- ceived and filed. ' Letter from ‘Walter A. Kelley ask- ing for extenSion of permit to cross I re I his Section 8, 24, 3 with logging road. It\ was moved and seconded that permitI be extended for 90 days, carried. The following was collected for equipment rental, and turned over to Treasurer for the credit of Road Dis- trict No. 1. Chas, E. McGonagle Katrina Harley Scott $13.00 It was moved and seconded the followmg Hospital accounts be certi- fied as follows: Rex Kidd Account Anderson Fund. Chas. ,W. Huiton Acct. Govey-Hillier Charity‘Bed, carried. In the matter of Skill Ball license for machinesowned by Sam B. Theler; Doane Brodie appeared to effect a settlement up to July Isl. The Board tlement. Check in above amount was accepted and turned over to County Treasurer. Board adjourned. Monday, June 23, 1941. Board met, all were present. Application for Franchise to cross County roads in several places as enumerated in the notices, by U. S. of a Dept. of Interior acting by and through the Bonneville Power Ad- ministration was received. It was moved and seconded that a plication July 28th at 2:00 P. M. at Commissioners' Room, at Court House, Shelton, Wash— ington. be designated as the time and1 place for hearing on same, car no . It was moved and seconded that‘ Temporary Permit be granted, and signed, carried. This being the time set for post- poned hearing on proposed Plat of Pleasant Cove Beach Tracts, W. 0. Watson appeared to ask that hearing be continued til Monday, June 30th, 1941 at 10:00 A. M. It was moved con- tinued as requested. carried. W. 0. Watson a peared with Pro- posed Plat of Ta iuya-Canal W. F. Tracts. It was liioved and seconded that Monday, July 14th at 10:00 A. M. at Commissioner's Room, House at Shelton, Washington be eSignated as the time and place (If caring on same, carried. C. C. Smith paid $2.50 for stove at Court : you CAN’T SELL UNTIL’VESU IND A BUZEEUSE WA NTuADS . HARRY DEYETTE. purchased at County Farm. Same was turned over to Treasurer for the Credit of Current Expense. Commissioner Ferris turned in $40.00 collected from Lilliwaup resi-I urchase of Raylig for Lil-; dents for» llwaup Fails road. Same was turned over to Treasurer for the Credit ofI (I h Th T County Road Fund, Dist. No. 2. is being the time set for hearing on proposed Plat of First Addition to Mt. Mpriah Cemetery, proper no- tices having been given as appears from affidavits on file, and no one appearing to object, itwas moved and seconded that Plat be signed and filed for record, carried. It was moved and seconded that R. renckmann, Chairman be authorized to act for the Board and Mason Coun- ty in settlement of Insurance on Coun- ty Farm House, carried. _Letter from O. R. Taylor, in re new right of way through Taylor Estate property, at Kamilche, received and referred to Commissioner, Trenckmann. Notice from Director of Highways that Mason County‘s share of gas tax allotment for April based on May collections, amounted to $9902.37, re ceived and filed. COMMISSIONERS 2 2 2 ....2 Letter from Thos; W. Houseman in re. condition of road to his place, re- ceived and referred to Commissioner Paul. Claims allowed. ' The following bids for GR? No. 15 1941 011mg were received and opened: Diesel 011 Sales Co. Total Bid $22,— 365.00 Certified Check $1750.00; J. ‘F. Forbes, Total Bid $21,124.75, Certified Check $1,150.00. Bids were taken un- der'conSlderation and decision deferred until later date. Permission to use land, was given U. . Army, on all County lands in Township 19 and 20 in Ranges 3, 4 and 5 to be used for maneuvers from August 15th to September 5th, as per agreement on file. Board adjourned. Tuesday, June 24th, 1941. Board met, all were present. In the matter of Bids received and opened yesterday, on CRP 15 Road 911mg. the' Board and Engineer hav- mg gone to Olympia to confer with Director of Highways; it was moved andseconded that because the bids received were more than 10% above Engineer's estimate, that both bids _be TeJected. and that another call forbids issued immediately, and that bids be opened Monday, July 7th at 2:00 R. M. Carried. Board adjourned. Monday, June 30th, 1941. Board met, all were present. Forri ation of Herd District, Kamilc e Point District. gestcd that formation of districts be deferred for a year or two to allow farmers time to preparewlth fences. etc. Because a large number of si li— el's was not present, it was deci ed to continue hearing until Monday, July 14th at 2:00 P. M., and that Clerk notify all residents living in districts, with a view of getting the majority’s opinion. Claims allowed. , .Resolutlon re Satsop Bridge was signed and approved. AdJ'ournment ‘of Board vuutll Mon- day. July 7th, 1941. in It was sug-, I I l I SHELTONvMASON COUNTY JOURNAE j Board of County Coliiiiilssionersf 'VW'WWVM Mason g0ul§y,TVVaShlllgtOlI. y . RENCKMANN. R t 1; Chairman of Board. S a e ATTEST: AAAA.AAAAMA FOR SALE: 5-room modern house, furnished or unfurnished. $2800’ I Clerk of Board. I I terms. Phone 328-J or 499. I I I I I I Julv 15. ‘41#1t. NOTICE or WATER nionr R—5-13—tf. APPLICATION NO. 5479 ———————— State of \Niishingtoii Office of Su~ FOR SALE; modern furnished pcrvisor of Hydraulit‘s Olympia. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Notice is hereby given that George beach house at Union, Hood Canal, including 90—ft. of water- N. Upright of Shelton, State of VVasli— '. y. e ington, undoi- date of June 3, 12m, flont'w OWQer’ Glegnlo fgffgi’ filed with the State Supervisor of' Olympia. waSh' 7' ' ' fl ' Hydraulics, Olynlpia, Washington. an — ‘ application for a permit to divert the, a A .. 1 I ‘ public waters of an unnamed stream I FOR SALE' comp‘etely furnxshed tributary of Pickering Passage, in . house at Lake Newatzel, 2 large rooms, cedar finished. Terms to I the'amount of 0.01 of a second foot,I subject to existing rights, from Apiil I reliable party. R e a S on a b l e. 15 to October 1 of each year fol the; purpose of irrigation; and C(illllllll~_‘ VVI‘lte A. J. Slocum, 2016 North ously for domestic supply; that the, Bethel Street, Olympia, “rash. approximate point of diversion is lo-I Gated within Govt. Lot 3 of Sectioiil 7‘8‘10‘15A3t 34, Township 21 N., Range 2 W. \V.I w r- ii}! MasontCountyEl A1 mapfshowi f BEST BUY IN WATERFRONT mg 0‘ 1(3 008. 101’]. an I) an I) Stilt . I diversion and the place of the pro- On Puget Sound 5'000 ft‘ on Ar Shelton. 75¢ I posed use is on file in the ol’l‘icu ol' foot. Low terms. I I . I cadia Road from the State Supervisor of Hytli'alllics,I to $3.00 per Olympia, W'ashington, together with i, ., .- ,.. such other inforliialioii as It; l‘l‘qllllu‘ E‘ A' C‘uy' ILéE/imntb’rwash' ed by law. I I I—8—10-1.)-]7-~4L| l’Any person, firm or (lill‘lflil'ullull . ._.,_V . ,__. ._._ _,_ I w osev right will be injurious-y af— . , _. _, fected by said application may i'ichFOEi‘ SALE- Waterfront 10t 66_ x with the State Supe visor of Ilyil—I 214:, 2 miles II‘OlTl Shelton. Price filtiiiofif (9.1’iTfiIifiJYiiIEfif“‘EII' $53.“? “00-09 Phone S- can", .' ' '/ '5.‘ L C. _ . ing, as he may desire to make, with—I 591'VV~ 7‘10‘15'17‘22fi4t- in thirty (30) days after date of last . ——- pédilication, which date is July 13', FOR SALE; comfortable four 1 4 . Witness my hand and official spill fast nook. basement and furn— room modern home with break—I I I ace; garage, fence, lawn, shrubSI this 5th day of Julie, A. D., 1911 I CHAS. J. BARTH(_)LET, I State Supervisor of Hydraulics. 7,8_15#9t and trees. Priced at $2500 on ' “' terms, with discount for cash. I M. C. ZINTHEO, Realtor, phone No. 1387 1V7 NOTICE OF HEARING ON FINAL 0 FOR SALE: five room house with bath; large kitchen; gar- age, woodshed; 60 x 120 ft. lot, ACCOUNT, REPORT AND PETITION OF EXECUTORS FOR SE’I‘TLEM EN'I‘, DISTRIBUTION AND DISCHARGE. I IN THE SUPERIOR COURT 01" THE, STATE OF WASHINGTON IN ANDI FffiifféfiTEOUNTY 01“ MASON'I facing on hard-surfaced streeti In the Matte'r of the Estate ofI and cement Sidewalk Only $1? DAVID E. BARRETT, Deceased. ' 200, easy terms. M. C. ZIN-I NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, tllatI Arthur T. Barrett and Jesse Hal'ol , 'IHEOI Reultor’fiprfione 157' Barrett, joint Exccutoi-s of the aboveI 1 i entitled estate, have filed heroin [how I FOR SALE: large lot facmg onl final account, report .and petition for three greets on Hincrest a good] .. i : ’ f th‘ “ ,,,,. . scttlemtnt and di tribution o ( buy at $OAS‘ terms If necessary. estate, of the deceased, wherein the _ p I Court is asked to approve said ac— M, C, ZINTHEO, Realtor, phone: 157. I I I count and report, and make distribu— tion of the estate, and discharge the-I Executors. , NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN. that in accordance with an order of said Court made and entered on the ZStllI FOR SALE day of June, 1941, a hearing will be hadt before tthe gourttpn said final 7-room modern suburban homeI accoun, repor an peilon on Sat- 1 , urday, the 26th day of July, 1941, on paved mg “733' flreplacevI at 10 o’clock. A.M., on said day iii basement. plaStered Wlth HCWI the Court Room of said Court in the Court House at Shelton. Washington. Dated this 28th day 'of June, 1941. - CLARE ENGELSEN. Clerk of the Superior Court for Mason County, Wash~ ington. ALDEN C. BAYLEY. Attorney for Executors. Title Insurance Building. Shelton, Washington 7-1-8~15~22—~4t paper. Has excellent well kept yard with many beautiful flow- , ers and shrubs, Small conser— vatory attached to home withI many plants. Includes about 2' acres of excellent soil andl gravity water system. This isl one of the finest suburban I homes in the county Why . , V g V I make an excellent home. NOTK‘EogFSTfiflIfi“L‘AEVDTIMBM” ; not see it today if you want a Notice is hereby given that on; really fine home that is closeI Tuesday, the 5th day of August, 1041. commencing at ten o'clock in the fore— I noon of said day, in front of the main entrance door to the County court house ill the City of Shelton. County of Mason, State of Wash' ton, by the County Auditor of county, the timber on the follownig described state land will be sold at public auction to the highest bidder in. Will sell for $5400 and giveI some terms. . I Ill—acres in Kamilche Valley, fineI soil and most all under culti- vation, Has good 4—room house with large chicken house. Elec- tric lights, daily mail and about 8 miles from Shelton. Will sell therefore, to—wit: , T_ tAPI’LICQaIIION tNkLFIIGQOiIfiI for $1775 and give good termsI 1m er on :1 o 4," , i A, ' of SW14 and Nwli of slaw, oi .to reliable part3" section3 36, ttOWIShII/I) 22 tnorth, 5-room modern home With large ranve wes , . ., (:(lll .‘Illlll’l" 4 ' \ 12030 acreS' more 01. less, 5“: upstaiis in excellent condition, hard wood floors, fireplace, full basement, furnace and nicel yard. Cement sidewalk and dustless street. Will sell for, $4500 and allow some terms. 7-room home in best district.' cording to the government sur-. vey thereof, appraised at $369.00.” According to the State‘s cruise there are approximately 123,000 feet sap- ling fir. The purchaser of the above de— scribed timber will be required to laws governing comply strictly with and will I Classified Service URN AL 'WA _.,._«___ .__._._ Wmm t SHELTON FURNITURE UP- holsterii‘ig, furniture recovered and rebuilt, free estimates, 714 Ellinor Ave. Joe Nussbaumer, proprietor. Phone 590—W. 6-20. 7-20—1M. LANDSCAPING Years of experience in lawn making. Contract or 50¢ an hour. Eight years in Shelton. I Plovie, 726 So. First, corner Mill Street. 7*5-‘8- 5v1M. M— ‘USED FURNITURE lA-Semi Enamel Range, 15—inch Oven .................. .. $19.50 I—Golden Oak Dining Table 48-in. Ext., 2 leaves ...... .. 7.50 IvSwing Rocker ________________ .. 14.50 1—9 x 12 Rug . 9.50; 1-4»Davenport 15.00 ImFibre Reed Chair .......... _. 3.95 Olsen Furniture Co. REPAIRS, Bicycles — Tricycles Tires and Other Accessories LAWN MOWERS Sharpened and Repaired SLEYSTERS FIX-IT SHOP For Hot Water Service Gas is Best. adv. AIMAN; I v PHOTOGRAPH—IQ ',A((E$SORI' I ANDREWS PHOTO STUDIO FILMS DEVELOPED 25¢ per roll Free Enlargement coupon with each roll. FIR DRUG STORE gfisht disppsalRas foutnd in gitlc‘liikz'i Large lot with excellent side- 31’ ‘3" emmg 0’” “mp”? walks A very good buy at LARGE SIZE . d l a d t .‘ — . . M I ' Sgatutes an aws men a my tlieic $2375.00, terms $350 down and Duplicating The purchasers of state timber are required to run out the lines and are responsible fontrcspass in case timber is cut on adjacent state-owned property. Said timber on said land will be sold for not less than the appraised $20.00 per month at 6%. not see it today '2 Why a: Small place with 172 acre of ex- value, as appraised by ,llie Commis— cement ground. l-I‘Oom house sioner of Public Lands in the mom and cabin with garage attach- ner provxded by law, a sluteliient of ed. Berries, garden and flowers. Mostly all cleared ready to cul- 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 which is now on file in the the Auditor of said county. I Terms of sale are: Cash to be paidI office of I on the day of sale. The purchaser of timber on state lands Will have 2 years within which to remove said timber, privilege of securing tilt: of with extensions time under the statutes governing, terms .............................. .. $790.00 , , JACK TAYLOR, >1: 2: a. Commissmner of Public Lands, * >I= :I: By FRANK YATES. Assistant Commissioner. Busmess bunding in Shalton‘ Ren' 7-8—15-22-29. 8-5s—5t. tal income. Terms, $4,600.00. * C NOTICE or WATER monT * APPLICATION NO. 5498 State of \Vasliington Office of pervisol‘ of Hydraulics Olympia TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Notice is hereby given that K. W. Blanchard, of Shelton, State of VVash- ington, .under date of June 21, 1941. filed wlth the State Supervisor of" Hydraulics, Olympia. Washington, anl application for a permit to divert the public waters of an unnamch spring tributary of Mill Creek, in the amount of 0.075 of a second foot, sub— ject to eXIstlng rights, from April 15 to October. 1.0f each year for the purpose of irrigation and continu- ously for domestic supply; that the apprOleate_ pomt of diversion is located Within SW14 of SW15, of Sec- tion 28, ToWnship 20 N., Range 3 W. W.M., in Mason County. A map show- ing the location and plan of said diversion and the. place of the pro- posed use ls on file in the office ofI 5-room modern home, with hard- wood floor, fireplace, furnace and basement, 21,19, 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 Sn— Gas is More Economical. adv. tide lands as may be included in an oyster tract deeded by the State of Washington to B. Jacob- son June 8, 1901 under application the State Supervisor of Hydraulics, Olympia. Washington, together with such other information as is required by law. I No. 2632. Any person, _flrm oi-_ corporation Said lands will be sold for not less whose right Will be iiijui-‘lously ’af- than the appraised value above stated fected by said application may file the terms and conditions with the State Supervxsor oi? Hyd- raulics, at Olympia. Washington, such objections or representations, in writ- and upon following: Not less than one-tenth of the pur— , chase price must be paid at the time ing, as he may dosh-f. to make, with of sale. The purchaser, if he be not in thirty (30) days alter date of last the owner of the improvements, must publication, which date is July 15,Iforthwith ay to the officer making 1941. the sale e full amount Of the ap- Witness my hand and official seal praised value of the improvements, as this 24th day of June. A. D., 1941. above stated. One—tenth of the pur- CHAS. J. BARTHOLET, chase price must be paid annually State Supel‘VlSOF 0t Hydraulicslthereafter With interest on all de- 7-8-15—2t. ferred payments at the rate of six per Centum per annum: Provided, That any purchaser may make full NOTICE OF SALE OF STATE payment of principal, interest and TIDE LANDS lstatutory fees at any time and ob- NOTICE 'IS HEREBY GIVEN, That' tain deed. The purchaser of land on Tuesday, the 5th day of August, containing timber or other valuable, 1941, commencmg at ten o'clock inl materials is prohibited by law from the forenoqn of said day. in frontl cutting or removing; any such timber of the main entrance door to tlie’or materials without first obtaining County Court House in the city ofI consent of the Commissioner of‘Pub- Shelton. county of Mason, State of lie Lands. until the full amount of Washington. by the County Auditor the purchase price has been paid and of said county, the following de—Ideed issued. ‘ scribed state tide lands, together with! All sales of state thereon, I l lands are made the improvements situated subject to the reservations of oils. will be sold at public auction to the gases, coal, ores, minerals and fos- highest bidder therefor, to-wit: 5115 of every name, kind and de- NOTE.—No one except citizens of the United States, or persons who have declared their intention to become such, can purchase state lands. APPLICATION NO. 10177 All tide lands of the second class owned by the State of \Vashlng— scription. and to the additional terms and conditions prescribed in section 3 of chapter 256 of the Laws of 1907. Said lzilid will be sold subject to the terms, conditions and reservations of Chapter 312 of the Session Laws of 1927. relating to easements for rights- ton, situate in front of, adjacent of—way and the carrying of timber. to or abutting upon lots 2 and 3, stone, minerals and other products section 1, township 19 ,nortli, ‘ovcr the same. range 3 west. W. M,, and having JACK TAYLOR. .1 total frontage of 58.82 lineal Commissioner of Public Lands. chains, moreor less, appraised at By FRANK YATES, 1,176.40. . . 7, Assistant Commissioner. xcepting sucll‘portlon of 38.141 745—15—22-29. 8-5«5t. SALES BOOKS 505 Each Jr 55¢ per dozen We also take orders for all kinds of special— PRINTED SALES BOOKS Our prices are au low or lower than outside salesmen can quote you. THE JOURNAL I "m‘ vvvvvvvv:vv.vvm i Used Cars mvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvv vvov 1938 BUICK 4—door touring Se-IJuly 15 High I 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 Ro a1 Coupe. new paint, 4 new ti es .... .. $495 1938 Pontiac “8” business coupe. Radio, heater, low mileage $595 1936 CHEVROLET, radio, heater, new paint ............................ .. $385 1933 STUDEBAKER sedan, excel- lent condition thruout, radio $325 1933 PONTIAC COUPE. New paint it. ................................. ._ $185 Several Model A’s $85 $125 ' Better Values Lower Prices I a stronger guarantee you’ll not find anywhere! All ’41 state tested . . . BOB ERVIN YOU ARE COVERED for, any ac- cident for $.25 per day. Longer time the rate“ is cheaper. Herb ets when you travel. See Herb Angle, Agent. No. 3997 S U M M O N S In the Superior Court of the State of ~Wasllington for ' Mason County. GERALD J. SMITH, Plaintiff, Vs. ELMA SMITH, D fondant. STATE OF WASH . GTON to Elma Smith, Defendant: You are hereby summoned to zip pear within sixty (60) days after date of the first publication of this summons. to-wit: within sixty days after the 30th day of June, 1941, and defend the above entitled action in the court aforesaid and serve a copy of your answer upon the undersigned attorney for plaintiff at his office address below stated, and in case of your failure so to do, judgment will be rendered against you according to the demand of the complaint which has been filed with the Clerk of said court. The object of this action on the part of the plaintiff is to secure a. divorce from the defendant. J. W. GRAHAM, Attorney for Plain- tiff. Office Address. Suite 5, Govey Bldg, Shelton, Wash. 7~1~8~16~22r29. 8-5-12——7t. W”! o... I FOR RENT: apartment, Iii-rooms. I I I I I I I I I I I I i I . I I I I l I l i I I FURNISHED APARTMENTS forl borough Apts, Second and Knee-I FOR RENT: small 2-room house‘ ——-—-—-I Page Five NTADS For Rent MMMA“ RATES On Classified Advertisements 10 cents a line (5 words) first insertion, attractively low rates Min- ."m I I rent (2 and 3 rooms). Good 10- , cation. Very reasonable. Golds-’ 0“ Subsequent insertions' imum charge 40c. land Streets, Shelton. 5-7‘tf. I 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 . 100 will be made when billing is necessary. Card of thanks 50c. partly furnished. Close to town; in nice location. Ideal for single man or woman. $10 month. In-I quire 619 N. Fifth. W—7-3—tf. and bath, garage, electric stove_,I hot water heater, oil circulator’ heater, otherwise unfurnishedl 221 North Tenth. Across fromI tennis court. Call 37-M. ‘1 S—7-10-15-17-22—4t. FOR RENT: summer cabins, 5 miles south Harstine Ferry. Reasonable rates by day, week.l or month. Tardiff’s Camp, at Concord Beach. 7-15—22-24-29-31-—8-5-7——8t. Classified Display Rates on Request. Phone 100 Classified advertisements ‘ac- I I Ivvvvvvvvv vvvvvvvvvvvvv' For Sale AMAAA “AMI. FOR. SALE: 3 milch cows. Marion Smart, Skokomish Valley. I 7-8-17—4t. FOR RENT DO YOU WANT ADDITIONAL iron SALE: 250 New Hampshire INCOME? laying pullets, 100 N. H. year- Then rent this fully equipped store. Living quarters in build- ing. To reliable party only $25 per month. ling hens, good layers. 300 month old N. H. chicks. Anna Bloomquist, Capitol Hill, Rt. 2. 7-8-17~—4t. RASPBERRIES land Boysenber- ries for sale. Chester Rosenberg, Skokomish Valley. 7-8-10—15-17—4t. 4-room furnished apt. ........ .. 35.00I Herb Angle, Angle Bldg. I "V'V'WW Wanted .“‘u“w bAuAul “A I CHRISTMAS TREES WANTED: large or small lots. Highestl prices. Mattson & Carlson, 4125 Sixth Avenue, Tacoma, 6-24-26--7-1-3-8—.10-15.-17T8t ..-___ *— WANTED: middle.. aged woman for general housework. Couple to cook for, no children. Steady job. Modern home. H. .Morse, Rt. 6, Box 290, Olympia, Wash.I Arcadia Road. . 7-10-15—2t-I . M—7—8-10-l5-17—4L WANTED: card-punch operators' , , , r $126000 3 Veal“ Jumor Steno‘ $18.00. 8 foot lengths. Inquire grapher’ $144000 a.year' MOFe Norman Anderson, 215 Harvard calls than we can fill. Very llt- Ave. Shelton B_7_10_15_2t‘ tle training necessary for these - three types of Work. DIETZ BUSINESS & SECRETARIALI SCHOOL, Capitol Park Bldg. I 7—15-17—2t. WANTED: key punch operators COMPLETE FURNACE OUTFIT Montag Furnace, Lau Blower Unit, Coal Stoaker with auto- matic heat controls, 30 gallon Water Tank and Coils. All in good condition. Most economical heating system. Now in opera- tion. Price $115 for whole out- . fit. Inquire Journal. A-~7-8—'tf. HAY FOR SALE: H. L. Miller, FOR SALE: fryers. A. Alleman, Route 2, Box 131, Shelton. 7—15-22-24-29-31—6t. FOR SALE: two 14—foot outboard are wanted. A limited number runabout boats. Reasonable. may enroll for short course on Charles Afdem- Phone IO‘F‘l- electric key punch at Dietz 7'15'17—2t' Busmess conege' FOR SALE: oversized davenport. . L $24. Cost $100 new. 420 Cota St. WANTED: woman to care for ’5, B-7-15——1t. baby and 21,.5-year old child. ———————————- ~——-— —~ ‘Take full charge, modern home. FOR SALE: cocker spaniel puppy. Inquire Journal. W~7—15—1t. Phone 483-W. B—7-15--tf. WANTED: authentic knowledge ' of lost buried money. No find, no pay my way. 0. M. Rt. 2 WOOd Range $10-00 Box 205 Visalia, Calif, 011 Range -------------- -- Prlced ‘30 59” 7_15__1t' Grunow Refrigerator ........ .. 60.00 Shelton Electric Co. USED APPLIANCES RANGES WOOD Vvvvvvvv‘ V' vvvvvvvvvvvv Too Late to Classify “AAA'AAM‘ A FOR SALE Lot — 90 x 180 with a smailIl—Lang “um—$39.50 new 2 room cabin. Located-on 1‘—Lang 27-50 Island Lake. Close in. $695. ., lflHome comm" Terms $100 down and $10.00 1 M 33-50 per month at 6%. Why not lfi‘Montigh ---- ~ 24-50 have a small cabin to vacation 1"” Won: 12450 in when you want it and just 1: Lafihgnyw“: 1550 a few minutes from town. ‘ELECTRIC RANGES I—Hot Point (only ,, slightly used). ..................i.$'29.50 NICE LOT with wEll built 1-room cabin on Isabella Lake. Fine . . . fishing and swimming and niceI ELECTRIC REFRIGERATQRS. spring. $950. Terms. , l—horge -- $8950 HERBERT G. ANGLE 1*Spart0n 19950 1—Grunow 79.50 WASHING MACHINES ; l—Maytag, rebuilt $39.50 Tides 0f the-Week ' 1—Norge ..................... .. 27.50 Computed for Oakland ‘Bay 1—wNorge ............. .. 24.50 (Hood Canal tides are one hour 1—Th0!‘ ------ ...... .. 19.50 I& 55 minutes earlier) . l . MISCELLANEOUS 1——automatic Gas Hot. water Tues. Low 5:54 a.m. -3.5 ft. heéter ------------------- "$24-39 11:30 a.m. 10.6 ft. i—palrbbed springs, Low 5:15 p.m. 3.5 ft. —1cei, 9x----g-,..a....»..-x . High 11:52 p.m. 13s ft; Wed. Low 6:52 a.m. 29 ft; “Sid t, I. 0,0“ July 16 High .-1:02.p.m. 10.5 ft: ' LOW 6:14 p.m. 4.7 ft; Thurs. High 12:33am. 13.5 ftl July 17 Low 7:50-yatm. —2i2ItI , u- w... . High 2:37 p.m. 10.9 ft. Low 7:21 p.m. 5.7 ft, It asks!“ Y Fri. High 1:15am. 13.1it, "“i" -' §~ : July 18 Low ~8241~a.‘m. - 1.5ft. High 3:55 p.m. 11:5ft. uni-1g . " fgfifgfif'gr , Low 8:34 p.m. 6.4 ft. I Sat. High 2:00 a.m. 12.9 ft; .. 131199523. ,T..:....§B§§9‘1 July 19 Low 9:28 a.m. 0.8 ft’. . ,. .. . ., , .3... . . . High 4:54 p.m. 12.3 ft. ., K ......1~. Low 9E41 p.m. 6.7 ft,» Hm, 5%ng I Sun. High—5.- 2»:44,a.m. 12.8 ft.“ , .335955" . July 20 Low 10:10am. , ,0.1 :t. _- ' " V ‘1 r? f“ High 5:40 p.m. 13.0 ft. ’HI‘IIIII’ IIIT G. . Low 10:39 p.m. ‘6.8 fti 15% ‘ *1 —: Office at. Angle Building 1, ,. A; ._. ,. , . __, Frances Weatherlll . . , . -. g . DleS‘ At Oyster: Bay ELIIIOT B.’SPRING Accounting Tax Services Bookkeeping Systems 123 4th st.‘ Phonetics Funeral services were held in SVIympia Monday for Frances E. catherill, aged .82-years, who died Saturday at the family home on Oyster Bay which has been their home for 33 years. She was a native of Yorkshire, England, and came to this. state in 1909 with her late husband, Harry Wea- : therill, with their 13 children, one coming to this country later. They. succeeded to the ownership of ‘DOANE sitcom some pioneer oyster grounds and. AttornGY'At'LaW have since carried on the ‘busi- ,‘Ainlevauud‘ng Surv‘vin th' th 3' ’ ness 1 g on mo ei aic .P ne 337 three sons, George. and Richard of Oyster Bay, John Willie of Brem— erton, two daughters, Miss Ethel May at home, and Mrs. Constance Morrow of Yelm. There are fourteen grandchildren and five great grandchildren. CHARLESR. LEWIS. ATTORNEY "AT LAW . Suite 1 L.. M. Bldg: If you Wish to sell you'll Have I to Tell—Journal Want-Ads.‘ Shem)!" wasmngton ,’ Journal "Want-‘Ads-erhone *100