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Sullivan, was t‘Klmlission e defens " ems of ' veIltion. be felt as was ,0 and 1917 ‘3, _‘ Vlgilance .3 1n the . _.ma,terials. V "I the , t Viole ‘ Pints in this city offlcial trip through .. eration with the na-l ' authorities. id State of Washing-l me tremendous loss Gas. ‘ ,_ July 31, 194.1. FIND A BU Insurance er Sullivan e activities have created a con- 131 in. the insurance we”. it has also add- ‘ the depart- , eetion with fire and th Sullivan at sabotage losses throughout the exper- . He urged and asked use of in-, Sullivan , and sabotage were l t areful study by his‘ The : icendiary fires during you "CAN’T SELL UNTILWYOU yen USE WfLNTuADSW No. 1440 NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL PROPERTY AT PRIVATE SALE of Vl'ashington for Mason In Probate IN THE MATTER OF THE GUARD- IANSHIP OF THE PERSON AND l LEGAL PUBLICATIONS ,In the Superior (‘ourt of tlie,State: County E ESTATE OF ANNIE JOHNSON, A Mental Incompetent. , NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN. That‘ the Undersigued, Al‘Vld A. Johnson, of life and property caused by in— the last world conflict, by the applicationl of standard fire prevention me-l thods. "Lumber is one of the most im- 3 portant necessities of the national defense program and destruction of any of the mills in this vicinity would be a serious blow to the de-l fense efforts.” Quick Cooking with adv. Cool, I Carter’s t 3402. Cube 15¢ .|lt§ Blue-Black . Ste Blue 5-oz. Cube 25¢ Sunset Green Sunset Brown Sunset Red Washable Black PINT AND QUART PRICES Quarts Blue-Black Permanent Blue 1.25 1.50 Permanent Red Violet & Green Ledgers and Bookkeeping Equipment ,. Loose Leaf Forms Typing Paper and Second Sheets Stapling Machines and Staples Whiz, Machine Packs . Packs for Other Machines Adding Machine Paper “Tickets ‘ pewriters esbo'oks and Blanks Continuous Flat-Fold Statements Guardian of the person and Estate, of Annie Johnson. a mental ‘ln— competent. offers for sale, subject to the ratification and approval of the above, entitled Court. all of the right. title. claim, equity and inter est of the said Annie Johnson in and to the following described Real Estate, situated in the County oi Mason, State of Washington, to-wit: NEH; of NEl/fi and the, SE“; of the. NEH except the South 11 acres there— of in Section 18. Township 19 North, Range 6 West, W. M. iii Mason Coun» ty, Washington, containing 69 acres more or less. The. interest of the said Incompetent therein will be sold on or after the. 25th day of August, 1941. and all bids must be in writing. may be delivered to the, undersigned Guardian personally or may be. left with the attorney of record for the un« dersigned guardian or may be filed ill the Office of the Clerk of the above on— titled Court at any time after the, first publication of this Notice, ond before. the making of such sale. All bids shall be accompanied by cash or certified check in the. amount of 10‘7. of the bid. The undersigned reserves the right to reject any and all bids. Dated this 31st day of July, 1941. ARVID A. JOHNSON, Guardian of the personv and Estate of Annie Johnson. a mental Ill- competent, Skokomish Valley, ShCItoll, Wash- ington. CHAS. R. LEWIS, l Suite 1, Lumbermen's ' , Building. Shelton. Ma- son County, Washington. Attorney for said Guard- ian. 7-31. 8-7-14—3t. NOTICE OF WATER RIGHT , APPLICATION NO. 5517 State of Washington Office of Su- pervisor of Hydraulics Olympia. To WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Notice. is hereby given that H. E. ()verton of Olympia, State of Wash— ington, under date of July 18, 1941. filed with the State Supervisor of" Hydraulics. Olympia. Washington. an application for a permit to divert the public waters of an unnamed spring, tributary of Union River, in the amount of 0.2 of a second foot.[ subject to existing rights. from April 15 to October 1 of each'year for» the purpose of irrigation and continuous- ly for domestic supply for about 2!), families: that the approximate. point of diversion is located within NEl/fi of SW14 of Section 2], Township 23 N., Range 1 W. in Mason Coun- ty. A map showing the location and '. plan of said diversion and the place: of the proposed use is on file in the office of the State Supervisor of Hyd— raulics. Olympia, Washington“ toge— ther with such other information asl is required by law. V Any person, firm or corporation whose right will be injuriously at-l fected by said application may file with the State Supervisor of Hyd- raulics. at Olympia. Washington, such' objections or representations. in writ- ing, as he may desire to make, With— in thirty (30) days after date of last‘ nullilication, which date is August 7, 194 . Witness my hand and official seall this 21st dav of July, A. D. 1941. CHAS. J. BARTHOLET. Slate Supervisor of Hvdv-anlmm, (SEAL) 7—31. 8-7—2t. ! NOTICE OF W'ATER RIGHT I APPLICATION N0..5519 State of. Washington Office of Su— pervisor of Hydraulics Olvmpla. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Notice is herebv given that W. 0. Hamilton. Howard E. Wilder and Roy C. Himes of Seattle.,Stnte .o'", Wni‘i- ington, under date. of July 22, 1941., filed with the, State Supervisor 01’ .Gr o ‘ Administratrix of the Estate of John publication of this Notice. to-witf July In the . FENDANT, GREETINGS: . Court. ' certain .Clerk of said Court, Hydraulics, Olympia, Washington. an application for a permit to divert the public waters of Unnamed springs, in the amount of 0.06 of a second foot, subject to existing rights, con- tinuously for the purpose of domestic supply for community; that the an proxmlate point of diversion is lo—l cated within SE14 of NEl/J, of Section 1. Township 24 N., Range 3 W. W.M.. in Mason County. A map showing the location and plan of said diversion and ‘the place of the proposed use is on file in the office of the State Su— pervisor of Hydraulics, Olympia, Washington, together with such other information as is required by law. Ally person. firm or corporation whose right will be injuriously af— fected by said application may file With the State Supervisor of Hyd- raulics. at Olympia. Washington, such objections or representations, ill writ— mg. as he may desire to make, with- in thirty (30) days after date of last pgdlillcation. which date is August 7, Al . Witness my hand and official seal this 23rd day of July, A. D. 1941. CHAS. J. BARTHOLET. State Supervisor of Hydraulics. (SEAL) 7-31.. 8-7~ 2t. No. 1445 I norms TO canolToRs 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 JOHN DENNIE AHL, Deceased. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN. that the Undersigned, Kathryn Ah], has been appointed and has qualified as Dennie Ahl, Deceased. and that all persons having claims against the said Deceased or the said Estate are hereby required to serve the same duly verified, with the necessary vouchers attached. upon the Under- signed Administratrix or her ‘Attor- hey at the address hereinbelow given. and file such claims, together with proof of service with the Clerk of the above entitled Court within six months after the date. of the first 3151. 1941, or such claims shall be. forever barred. KATHRYN AHL. Administratrix of the Estate of John ’Dennie Ahl, Deceas- ed. Eldon, Wash— ‘ington. CHAS. R. LEWIS. Suite, 1. Lumber- men's Building. Shelton, Mason County, Washing- ton. Attorney for Administratrix. 7~3]. 8-7-14—21fl4t. ' l N0. 1444 ‘ 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 JOHN A. PEEBLES. Deceased. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the Undersigned. Chas. R. Lewis has been appointed and has qualified as Executor of the Last Will and Test- ament and of the Estate of John A. Peebles. Deceased, and that all per- sons having Claims against the said Estate or the said Deceased are here- by required to serve the same, duly verified with the necessary vouchers attached upon the Undersigned at the address hereinbelow given, and file such claims together with proof of; service with the Clerk of the. above entitled Court within six months after the date of the first publication of this Notice, to-Wit: July 315t. 1941, or such claims shall be. forever barred. CHAS. R. LEWIS. Executor of the Es- tate of John A. Pee- bles. Deceased. Suite 1. Lumbermen‘s 1 Building. Shelton. Mason County, Wash-- ington. , 3—7-14-21—«4t. 7—31. No. 3999 SUMMONS FOR. PUBLICATION Superior Court of the State of Washington for Mason County. LESTER C. HATCH, Plaintiff, vs. BERTHA VIOLA HATCH, Defend- an . THE STATE OF WASHINGTON, ‘TO THE SAID BERTHA VIOLA EHATCH, Greetings: You are hereby summoned to ap- ‘ pear within 60 days after the date, of the first publication of this Sum- mons. to-wit: Within 60 days after the 10th day of July. 1941, and defend the above entitled action in the above entitled Court and answer the com— plaint of the Plaintiff. Lester C. Hatch, and serve a copy of your Answer upon the Undersigned Attorney for Plaintiff at his Office below stated. and in case of your failure so to do. Judgment ‘Wlll be rendered against you accordlng to the demands of the conlplaint which has been filed with the Clerk of the said Court. By this action Plaintiff seeks an Interlocu4 tory Decree or Order of Divorce from you and thereafter a Final Decree of Divorce as provided by Law. CHAS. R. LEWIS, Plaintiff's Attorne , Post Office. and ffice address: Suite 1, Lum- ‘bermen’s Building, . Shelton. Mason Coun- ty, Washington. 7-10-17-24-31. 8—7-14-21-28—7t. No. 4004. SUMMONS .FOR PUBLICATION In the. Superior Court of the State of \Vashmgton for Mason County. CL ORA SIMPSON, Plaintiff, vs. SAiZ UEL DANIEL SIMPSON, Defend- an. . ~ ‘ THE STATE OF WASHINGTON TO SAMUEL DANIEL SIMPSON, DE- You are hereby summoned to peer 'Wlthln 60 days after the date of' [he first publication of this Summons. ‘ to-wit: within 60 days after the 10th day of Jilly, 1941._ and defend the above entitled Action in the above entitled Court and answer the Com- plaint of Plaintiff, and serve a copy of your Answer upon the Undersigned Attorney for Plaintiff at his Office below stated and in case of your fail- ure so to .do, Judgment will be ren- dered. against you according to the demands of the Complaint which has been. filed with the Clerk of said In this action Plaintiff seeks a divorce_fr0m yo}! upon the grounds of desertlon and abandonment, eeks the care. .CUStOGY. and control 0 the minor children. and: seeks to have real and personal property described in said complaint declared to be ‘her solo and separate property. . CHAS. R. LEWIS. Plaintiff’s Attorney. Office and Post Office Address, Suite 1. Lumber-men’s Build- ing, Shelton. Mason County, Washington. 7—10-17-24-31. 8-7-14—21—7t. No.’ 1438 . NOTICE TO CREDITOBS In the Sn erior Court of the State of Wash ngton for Mason County. In Probate i IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE‘ OF“ JOSEPH SCHLEHOFER; De- ceased. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned has been appointed and has qualified as Administrator of the estate of Joseph Schleliofcr. de- ceased; that all persons having claims against the said deceased or the said estate are hereby required to serve the same, duly verified with the necessary vouchers attached. on said Administrator_at the address below stated, and file the same, with the together with proof of such serVIce. within six (6) months after the. date of first pub- lication of this notice or the same Will be barred. , Date of first publication July 10, CHAS. R. LEWIS. Administrator of Es- tate of Joseph Schle- hofer. Deceased. Lum- bermcn's Building. Shelton, Wash. 1941. 7-10-17~34-81-—4£. SHELTONMASON COUNTY JOURNAL‘ 'V‘ vvvvvvv vvvv' vvvvvvvv‘ FOR SALE: FOR SALE; WILL SACRIFICE $495: acres Real Estate -Classified ServiGE 4 room house —on Lake Isabella, 2 lots, basement," out buildings. $1800. Carl Rains, Rt. 1, Box 214. 7-22-31—4t. modern furnished beach house at Union, Hood Canal, including 90 ft. of wa- terfront. Owner Glenn Coffee, Olympia, Wash. 7—22--8—7——6t. SHELTON FURNITURE UP- holsteriiig, furniture recogered and rebuilt, free estimates, 714 Ellinor Ave. Joe Nussbaumer, proprietor. Phone 590—W. 7—20--8-20—-1M LANDSCAPING Years of experience ill lawn making. Contract or 50¢ an hour. Eight years in Shelton. I Plovie, 726 So. First, corner Mill Street. choice land miles out on oiled road. Phone, lights, schooli available. View lot on Hillcrest. ‘ Cleared. Will sell separately. Box 92. B—7-22-24-29-31—M4t 7-5——8-5~‘~1M. If you Wish to Sell you’ll Have to Tells—Journal Want—Ads. IEOR SALE: Em QUICK SALE: 6 room house! FOR SEE: ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS .per ‘Best. Nashville, Tenn. 7-31--9-30.—:2M - ‘ me at once. .‘ month. See it today. 'new 2 room cabin. Located on 1 NICE LOT with well built 1-room 7-room modern suburban home 11-acres in Kamilche‘Valliey, fine 5-room modern home with large . 7-room ' home Business building —_ tray Green. 5 room home, fin- ished attic, hardwood floors, oil furnace. Phone 258. l D—‘7-24--8—5-—v4t. REPAIRS Bicycles Tricycles Tires and Other one block from B o r d e a u x | Accessories school, newly reconditioned in-[ side and out. Well located. $2850. Phone 148-R. C-7-24—tf. LAWN MOWERS Sharpened and Repaired SLEYSTERS FIX—IT SHOP 5 room house on Angleside. Entrance hall, nook and sun porch, basement, fur- nace, fireplace. View lot. Somel terms. Phone 74—W. l i r 7-31--8-5-7—12—4t. ‘ For Hot Water Service Gas is . . adv. acre chOlce restdence. or small farm acreage ajoining Shelton. municipality. Terms reasonable. For information see Arthur 'L. Ward or write owner. Asa- N: Ward, 218 U. S. Court Hous€,l° FOR SALE « i have two tracts in downtown Shelton for sale that will make excellent property for homes orI rent houses. These tracts areI l well located close in and are ex- cellent investments. With the present housing shortage here is a chance to invest your mon— ey at home where you can watch it assist in the upbuilding of' the community. Why not in- vestigate these tracts today? One at $1250 with space for 6-10 houses; the other with space for 3 houses. Shelton needs inexpensive houses forI sale and rent, as the future de- velopments point to need for many additional houses. Seel ANDREWS PHOTO STUDIO .r :Z< >i= l '4Lroom modern home with large i unfinished upstairs. Just finish- FILB'IS ed and in excellent condition. DEVELOPED Will make a fine home. $2150fil terms $275 down $20.00 per] 25¢ per roll Free Enlargement HERBERT G. ANGLE r». :1: :l: ' each roll. . coupon with FOR SALE 'Lot —— 90 x 180 with a small V FIR DRUG STORE Island Lake. Close in. $695.00., Terms $100 down and $10.00 per month at 60/7,. Why not have a small cabin to vacation in when you want it and just a few minutes from town. Gas is More Economical. adv. LARGE SIZE Duplicating SALES BOOKS 5¢ Each. 31' 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 I Wmvwvvvwmrwm, Used Cars vvvvv'vvvvvvvvvv .cabin on Isabella Lake. Fine] fishing and swimming and nice- spring. $950. Terms. it FOR SALE 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 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. Why not see itrtoday if you want a really fine home that is close extra. New car guarantee $695 in. Will sell for $5400 and give' 1938 Lincoln Zephyr Coupe. Dark some terms. I blue finish. New car‘ guaran- tee no ________________________________ _. $695 1938i Pontiac Coupe. Radio, heater, nice in every way ............ .. $545 :1937 Chrysler Royal Coupe. New i tires. Overdrive. Only ...... .. $445 soil and most all under culti- vation. Has good 4—room house with large chicken house. Elec- tric lights, daily mail‘and about miles from Shelton. Will sell for $1775 and give good terms to reliable party. 1937 1 Chevrolet DeLuxe 4 Door Sedan. Radio, heater, sport lite. Was $495. NOW .............. .. $425 1930 Oakland Sedan, beaten. $75 1933 Chevrolet Sedan ........ .. $165 1932 Chev. Coupe. Very good $150 1928 Buick. 2 new tires ...... .. $40 1931 Ford Sedan .................... .. $45 BOB ERVIN :FOR SALE: 4 door special De- Luxe Plymouth. Good condition. Inquire Journal. upstairs in excellent condition, hard wood floors, fireplace, full basement, furnace and nice yard. Cement sidewalk and dustless street. Will sell for $4500 and allow some terms. l in best districti Large lot with excellent side> walks. A very good buy at: $2375.00, terms $350 down and I $20.00 per month at 6%. Why ‘ Mc—7-31~8'5-—2t- not see it today? . ————~———~—— * m :FOR SALE: unfinished modern it ,t c . 14-ft. trailer house. $200 cash. Small place With 1 acre of ex— Also 1/2 . inch. arm Press_ $15 cellent ground. 1-room 1101189! and cabin with garage attach- ; ed. Berries, garden and flowers. , Mostly all cleared ready to cuI- ‘: tivate. This place is close in- and 1. will make a fine home for a ‘ couple or single'party. See it 5 License Revoked today. Half cash, balance on in Shelton. Ren- terms .............................. .. $790.00 tal income. Terms. $4,600.00, cash and 3 hives honey bees $3 each. * Charley Johnston, E. Dickinson St. (Route 3) Shel- ton. 7—31——-8—12—4t. * It \ Charged with driving while un- der the influence of liquor, Ralpll : : : ILincoln of Shelton was fined $50 and had his drivers license re- 5-room modern home. With hard- yoked for one year in Jklstice wood floor, fireplace, furnace lMagoon‘s court yesterday. and basement, 21/2 acres of ex- Lincoln was picked up by State cellent ground, with fruit trees patrolman cliff Aden early Sun- and large chicken houses. This ,day morning after having over- Will make you a fine surburban turned a truck on the Dayton homer €10.56 in, 52850, terms. may road. The truck wasronly slight- be arranged. 'ly damaged. Will trade. ~ Herbert G. Angle KEEP WASHINGTON GREEN Angle Bldg. Phone 304 Organized fire protection is now extended by the State Divi- sion of Forestry to approximately 12,000,000 acres of State and pri- lvately owned lands in 31 of the 39 counties in Washington. KEEP WASHINGTON GREEN And, what do YOU use your ash for? Kc e p Washington Gas is Quicker. adv. —_ -————_——. JOURNAL W l l l l l VVVVVVVVVVV "'VV "vv'vvvv l l l l i l l i l l l ! l 1939 DeLuxe Ford 4 Door tour- 3' HerShey, dePUtY direCtor v ing sedan. All new tires. Every! l l I N_ 'V‘VVV‘ mflVvvvvvvvvvvvvv , For Sale .—_ ‘AAAALAAA‘AAAAAAA A A \A‘A‘ FOR SALE: $175.00 all enamel. oil range, copper coils, nearly new for $50.00 cash. Inquire: Journal. F—7-31--8-4s42t. FOR SALE: Daveno, in perfect condition. $25 cash. Mrs. Ralph White, Mill Creek Road. 7-31-w8-5-7m3t. , Von"- For Rent “Lam” wwu--nua " FURNISHED APARTMENTS for rent (2 and 3 rooms). Good lo- cation. Very reasonable. Golds- oorough Apts, Second and Knee-z land Streets, Shelton. 5-7 ~tf. FOR RENT: summer cabins, miles south Harstine Ferry! Reasonable rates by day, weeki or month. Tardiff’s Camp, at Concord Beach. l 7—15-22-24-29-31~8-5—7—8t. ‘ l l 5 FOR RENT: 3 room apartment, furnished. Also one apartment partly furnished. Apply 618 N.! 6th. Phone 487-J. DgS—l7— ~tf. FOR RENT: new 2 to 3 room apts. $10 to $15 per month. Mrs. Edith Whittle, Route 3,‘ Box 8, Shelton. 7-22--8—14—8t.i HOUSE For. RENT: 4 rooms. John Valley, 1209 Cota. V~7-30v8-4— 2t. FOR RENT: furnished ment. North First St. Down— town. Phone 278-J. F etf. T A Page Seven RATES 0n Classified Advertisements 10 cents a line (5 words) first insertion, attractively low rates , on subsequent insertions. Min— ilnum 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 100 will be made when billing is necessary. Card of thanks 50c. \ Classified Display Rates on Request. Phone 100 vvvvvvvvvvvv' vvvvvv vv" U For Sale WAAAAA “A44AAAAAU FOR SALE: frycrs. A. Alleman, Route 2, Box 131, Shelton. 7-15—22-24-29-31—fit. FOR SALE AT RANCH: early apples. Priced reasonable. Bring containers. C. H. Biehl, Weavel Ranch, Skokomish Valley. 7—22-24—29-31v~8-5-7-12-14#8t FOR SALE: 60 Caterpillar rebuilt. New Isaacson bulldozer. Roy Kimbel. Inquire Richfield office Shelton. 7—24--8-5~——4t. HIVES FOR BEES FOR SALE: including the honey. Bert Rau, Kanlilche. 7-29-31—A2t. FOR RENT: house near business center. Suitable for barber or beauty shop or other small busi- ness with living quarters. 218 South Second Street. Apply to: Mrs. Margaret Cal-stairs, Rte. 1.! .Box 130, Elma. 7-29-31—8-5——3tl l l ! apart— 1 l i adv.l l vvvvvvvwvvvvvvvvvvvvvv‘ ' Wanted “Am‘““AA A A AMAAA AAA WANTED: 2 cedar logs, 60 ft.l long, 27-inch butt; 6 cedar logs,i i Gas is More Economical. 34 ft. long, 27-inch butt. Logs must be sound and cut from* standing dead trees and free. from worm holes. Minimum' swell on butt end. Contact County Commissioner V. E. Paul at courthouse. 7-24—31~3t COUPLE WISHES TO SHARE: EXPENSES with someone driv-l ing to Omaha during next two, weeks. Inquire 402 Elinor St} References exchanged. . Mvr7—29--8-7—A—4tl PHONE 589: General House- Cleaning. l-t. WANTED: milk goat. Mrs. H. A. Fawble, Matlock Route. 2 miles west next to Earl Bennett. F—-7-317~1t. - l Lost and Found l LOST: ladies small gold squarei watch, with black band. Swiss make. Reward for return to Journal. F_7-31--8-4#2t. Deferred Men Asked To Help Defefie Unitsl I All Selective Service Regis- trans who have been deferred from Military service today Were urged by Brigadier General Lewis of Selective Service, to offer their full assistance to State and local civilian defense agencies. In a communication to Lieuten- ant Colonel Walter J. DeLong, State Director, General Hershey pointed out that many young men have from actual military service for many reasons, but these same men were qualified to perform some work in connection with the civilian defense activities and should offer their services to ex- isting agencies or those which are being organized. Colonel DeLong pointed out that there is an opportunity for all young men of the deferred cata- gory to enlist for service in either the Washington State Guard or in one of the many branches of service being organized by the Defense Commission throughout the state. , “The Selective Service prohibi—~ tion for enlistment in the State Guard applied only to those men who have been classified as ‘fit for duty’ by their Local Boards,” Colonel DeLong stated, “and it does in no way prohibit those who have been deferred from Se— lective Service provisions from enlisting in the State Guard or volunteering for service with the Defense Commission." It was pointed out that the granting of certain. deferments under Selective Service was not intended to excuse deferred men from the obligation which rests on every young man ~~ that of helping his country in time of emergency. Colonel DeLong declared :“In the very near future every com- munity will be engaged in civilian defense activties. These activities will have a place for every young man who has been deferred for some reason or another. No young man should shirk his responsibil— ity if it is humanly possible for him to take part in the increas- ing defense activities.” RELEASED FROM HOSPITAL Gene Stark was released from i l—Used Enameled been granted defermentsl the Shelton Hospital Wednesday and is now at home. FOR SALE: Bradshaw and Green Gage plums. Bring container. John Sells, Rt. 3. Phone 11—F-1. S——7-31w >1t FOR SALE: black Cocker Span— iels, 7 wks. old. John Webbei', across from Shelton Auto Parts, 2 miles south Shelton on Olympic Highway. WM'I-Ellmlt. “Quick Meal” Range ill perfect condition ............ ..$30.00 Used Ice Box— arge size Lumbermen’s Mere. C0. 7—29-3L—«2t. Fruit and Nut Trees Ornamentals Shrubs and Roses Hand and Power Sprayers Spray Material VISTA DEL ORO NURSERY CO. Wm. H. Gross Sons Rt. 1 Box 79. Olympia, Wash. IN SHELTON—r—MEL GIBSON Olympia Feed Co. USED APPLIANCES RANGES WOOD 1—Lang .................................. ..$39.50 ll—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 ~ l—Maytag, rebuilt . _ _ _ . . . ..$39.5U 1—Norge ................................ .. 27.50 1—Norge .. ................... .. 24.50 1——-Thor ........................ .. 19.50 MISCELLANEOUS l—automatic Gas Hot water . heater .............................. ..$24.50 1—pair bed springs 4.75 1—ice box .............................. .. 5.00 NASH BROTHERS Used Dept. 117 Cota PROF FSSIONAI. CARDS “4w ‘AAAAA. ALDEN rC. BAYLEY ATTORNEY AT LAW Title Insurance Building Opposite First National Bank Phone 23 Shelton -—. lNSURANCE HERBERT G. ANGLE Office at Angle Building I ELLIOT B. SPRING Accounting Tax Services Bookkeeping Systems 123 4th St. Phone 565 WITSIERS FUNERAL HOME Licensed Embalmers W A. Witsiers, Prop. Phone 180 r~ Shelton. Flash. MT. MORIAH Loose peg No. 11 F.&.A.M. Next Regular Communication AUGUST 2 M. H. NEEDHAM Worshipful Master J. L. L; ATTO, .oecretary.