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September 30, 1941. NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL ESTATE ’ AT PRIVATE SALE , In the Superior Court of the State of Washington in and for Mason CouA ty. I No. 1424 LEGAL PUBLICATIONS I 2, OF COMPLETION or OINARY BITDGII'!‘ or 'riIE F SHELTON ron THE YEAR 1942 . IS HEREBY GIVEN. that "i' Council and Mayor of the shelton have ('(lfllpl"t0(l and file with the Clerk of the Elton, the preliminary Bud— ? ensuing- fiscal year, a wIllch will be furnished any No. 1190 NOTICE OF HEARING ON FINAL 4 REPORT AND i'l‘l’i‘ITION FOR I DIS'I'IHBI,"1‘ION In the Superior Court of the State of‘ “’ashingion for Mason County Iii Probate | JOHNSON, Deceased. Notice is hereby given that the un- dersigned, Frank S. Smith, who i. the duly appointed, qualified and act ing administrator of the above en- . , .. titled estate and whose residence am :IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE postoffice address is Elma. Washing OF PETE GEEIIAN. DECEASED. Iton and whose attorney of record it NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That. i E. S. Avey, postoffice and office ad- Anna MurcIIr, Exccutrix of the Estate ‘ dress, Elma, Washington, will sell a of. ‘Pete (leeliim. Deceased, has filed private sale, on written bids. the fol- WItII the Clerk of the above entitled lowing described real estate. situat( COUPL. he: Final Report and Petition in Mason County, Washington. to-wit lor Distribution, asking the Court to! Southwest Quarter of Southwest settle said Report, distribute the prop—1 Quarter (SWJ/A. of SW%) 0f Sec- hwho calls at the City (‘lerk's “59mm; and that the Council yltl’ of Shelton will meet at Hall in Shelton. Washing— nday. the 6th day of Oct— ’ hm” "f 8.0%le crly to the LN sons Uimrto entitled tion Thirty-four (34) Township Kbdgg‘e .Dlgpmtiyfaflfigg It“? and 1” difl'h‘di‘. the said Executrix., Nineteen (19) North, Range Five ‘ ‘Whichdn 1 3‘3“??? my Ali; NOTICE is F RTHER GIVEN. that (5) West of W. M. 31' ' ay' .pa”. ‘.”,‘,(,1 ,‘Slhn‘ugci Said _b‘ii'icl Report and Petition for Said sale will be held on or afte against “PW-'12,“, “'2’, Distribution will be heard Saturday" October 31. 1941; written bids may bI am pa‘ U "u l "‘ “1" 151 day of November. 1931, at the left with the Clerk of said Court, Witl hour (If 10 O'Clork in the l’orcnoon, at the administrator or with the attor this 12th day of September, the gCoir-l, Ronni in the Court House, ,l ney of the adn‘iinistratorh 51nd mus‘ - in .1.I~ on, Mason County, W'ashing- state the amount of the ,i and thI ENN W' LARDEP‘S‘ 1011- .terms. All sales are subject to tht k of the City or Shelton. 3t. confirmation by the Court. Dated this 27111 day of September,‘ 1941. Dated this 27th day of September W—'— CLARE ENGELSEN, I941. Clerk of said Court. FRANK 5- SMITH. Ab 9—30. 10-74‘1—21 Wilt. ' FY Administrator . . —»~———‘—_“ .E. S. AV .. , StraCt Man Of NOTICE OF SPECIAL iAttorney for Administrator. \ ‘ S(l;jl()0}L ELECTION ’ 9-30. 10-7-14—«3t. I llelN‘ is creiy given that a s ecial —._-.__—— agon county ,1"ll:(‘ll‘rl'l~Wlll be held at the offige of Ilhrl Bellair lrnde School, in School No. 4033 District No. ’15. Thursday, October 16, 1534.1, for the purpose of voting on a tax millage to raise funds to supple— ment the state and federal grants for :In additional school building. Thel friiount to be raised by the building SUMMONS BY PUBLICATION In the Superior Court of the State 0' . Washington for the County of Ma son . IDA MAE KIRKLAND Plaintiff vs EMMETT KIRKLAND Defendant. . L. BELL facts, Real Estate ‘ l -' ': $8.900. A s - ‘ I: . l fibhzll‘nnce the budggctmlwifllmzlilllsolclfi: filler: Statft girlgfigilhm§ggndtot th‘ 1 in ._ v . . ‘ N,’ 53.1 mmc I , an an: S and 1118111 ance j h‘fll‘SliglljnurgfikSigmfi$$0 be rabid You are hereby summoned to ap pear within sixty_ days after the dat of the first publication of this Sum mons to wit, Within sixty days afte be open from 1 p. _m. to p. m~ \oters must be registered. .ELL BUILDING i All WASH. Polls will i l l L’elfair School District'.No. 45. , N .n l the 9th day of September, 1941, am ’ ' ‘ 9.30 mg'AgCi' EDDY' CLERK' defend the above entitled action in tin K ' A ' ,above entitled court, and answer th. . , , ‘ I complaint of the plaintiff, and serve .' [copy of your answer upon the un j (lei-signed attorney for plaintiff. at hi.- oi'fice below stated; and in case 0: iyour failure so to do judgment wil be rendered against you according ti the demand of the complaint, whicl has been filed With the clerk of soil court. This is an action for divorce on Oh grounds of descrtion and failure 0 the“ defendant to support the plain tiff. and for a decree setting ESid( real estate and personal property de scribed in the complaint filed hereii as the separate property of the plain tiff for the reason that it was eithe owned by plaintiff prior to her mar riage of defendant or has been ac quired by plaintiff With her separati funds. E. N. STEELE. Attorney for Plaintif 202 First Nat'l Bank Bids. Olympia. Wash ington Thurston Coun y. 9-9-16-23-30. 10-7-14-21—7t. Tides of the Week Computed for Oakland.Bay (Hood Canal tides are one hour & 55_minutes earlier) I Cliff Wivell’s CERTIFIED TEXAO0 SERVICE Representative in Mason County for I ly oil 8. Wood' “_— PRODUCTS COMPANY High Grade Fuel and Deisel Oils ‘ROMPT SERVICE lst and Franklin Phone 397 Wed. High 3:04 a.m. 11.8 ft Oct. 1 Low 9:36 am. 1.1 ft , High 4:28 p.m. 14.2 ft. r. Low 10:36 p.m. 3.9 ft i I l Thurs. High 1% ;%5 gain. 12.11t v r+ "“ " Oct. '2 Low ‘ ': 9a.m. 1.4 ft FAST” FREIGHT SERVICE . High 5:07 p.m 14.2 A WITH DOOR DELIVERY IN SHELTON LOW 11:17 p.m 3.1 ft 8 Freight should be routed via Str. Indian, Ferry Dock, . . Ina Freight via Str. Skookum Chief, Milwaukee Dock, Frl- High 5:12 am 125 ft '- No. Oct. 3 Low 11:15 a.m 1.9 ft High 5239 p.m 14.1 ft Low 11:52 p.m 2.3 ft Time Schedule as follows: Ileaves Tacoma daily, execept Sunday, at 5 p.m. for Olympia and Shelton Arrives Shelton daily, except Sunday CLARENCE CARLANDER, President 1 Fur farms were counted in the {1940 farm Census and when the schedules are tabulated they will furnish a record of the numbei of such farms in each State to gether with the number of silvei fox and mink pelts marketed. EAP LDING Leis ‘ :IIIAIIcIEsnE DISTRICT A MILE 0F THE BUSINESS AND WORKING sums or SHELTON r an; I ; Unimproved Lots on unopened streets 30 X 100, . As Low as $10 , 1 Several Blocks, 210 X 240, suitable for opening i -. With some clearing effort, as low as $150 Better located lots near opened streets, for $20 and $25 ' g One Block, 185 X 250, partly cleared and with fruit _- trees, can be prepared for building in 1 day, $300. 0 More conveniently located lots fully cleared for $100 and up according to location. :Also Several tracts of unimproved lands in the ‘ bottom of good soil, for sale cheap. Terms to aid builders will be given 911 any of these properties to encourage builders. '. FOR INFORMATION, SEE * H. G. GLE Angle Building 1 YOU CAN’T SELL UNTIL you '3le A BUYER! QSEWANT-ADS In the Matter of the Estate of FREL ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS per ST—I‘fi‘ll’ WON—M 'WVVVW vvmvvvm" Real Estate I NAAAA AAMM“WAAM 1 acre choice residence or small farm acreage ajoiiiing Shelton municipality. Terms reasonable. For information see Arthur L.l Ward or write owner. Asa NJ Ward, 218 U. S. Court House, Nashville, Tenn. 7—31-—9-30—~2M 6-ROOM modern home, hardwood floors, fireplace, full basement' and furnace. Also large unfin-1 ished upstairs. This home is; located on oiled street and hasl nice yard. Entire property in excellent condition, and pricch below present value. Will con? sider terms.——$4375.00. 3-ROOM modern home close Nice garden tract. , easily be enlarged. Why payl rent when you can own a home of your own. $1575 with $200, down, $25 month, including iii-i terest at 7% monthly reduction, in. House can I 3-ROOM modern home, close in, with large tract of excellent ground and several fruit trees. Credit allowed for some rc—, finishing, $1375, $50.00 down and $20.00 monthly, including! interest at 7% monthly rcduc-' tion. FOR SALE l-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 acres of excellent soil and gravity water system. This is one of the finest suburbani homes in the county and will: make an excellent home. Why not see it today if you want a really fine home that is close, in. Will sell for $5400 and give' some terms. S-room modern home, wlth hard— wood floor, fireplace, furnace and basement, 21/2 acres of ex-i cellent ground, with fruit trees and large chicken houses. This. will make you a fine surburbanl home, close in, $2850, terms, may be arranged. Will trade. 3 -room modern home, nearly neW' and can be completed into an excellent home. Needs home: finishing inside. Large tract of good land included; Will sell this property on easy (Iowa payment and terms. Better see it at once ! Herbert G. Angle Angle Bldg. Phone 304 Brush and Berry Pickers D0 Well In D‘esztto Area , By Mrs. P. \V. Nance Dewatto, Sept. 29.-~We having a beautiful Indian Sum-l mer. Morning fogs, but sunshinyl afternoons. The reddening ant-- umn leaves are wonderfully at-I tractive, and this valley is a pic-,' ture of peace and contentment. The women, and some of the: men, too old for government work and a few others, are picking bucklcberriesu I understand the women are making about $5.00 per day and the men $10.00 to $15.00, according to the hours they work. Berries are abundant and the price is good. Mr. Wharton, the husband of‘» ')uI‘ new schoolteacher, is driving the school bus, but. there is only. one child back in the country to take to school. Most of the fam- ilies with children have moved out, as the logging in this section' is almost finished. Mr. and Mrs. Wharton have two children of their own, in the, grades. Mrs. P. W. Nance returned last week from a visit of eight days' to her mother. Mrs. Anna Mor- gan, in Roseburg, Oregon. Mr. and Mrs. Lief Beckman and Mr. and Mrs. Pat Simpson, went to their parents’ homes at Lyman. I Wash, for the weekend holiday. But it was not much of a holidayl for them, because their brother‘ “Fat” McCabe, had been badly injured in the woods. His shoul- der was crushed, when a loader let a log fall on him. He is to have an operation on his splintered. shoulder Tuesday, September 30, and their mother, Mrs. McCabe. is due for a major operation on Thursday, October 2nd. So it seems the old adage is still true. “That troubles never come singly.” Lief Beckman has been employed by the C.M.C. Logging company for about a Year. He and his wife are both very populanwith the voung people of Dewatto and: Holly. We all svmpathizc with them in their troubles. l A number of Visitors drovei through our valley Sunday. Most of them seemed to be looking for a “hunting stand” for October 5. Mrs. Clifford Adams (nee Irene Betz), of Portland. Ore, her, daughter Helen, and Helen‘s five-l 1 l ; solutely necessary. .0. ml ClaSSIfieIl SerVIce , I LANDSCAPING Years of experience in lawn-mak- ing. Contract or 500 an hour.1 Eight years in Shelton. Piovie,, 726 So. First, corner Mill street. 9-14. 10-16-~-1M. , SHELTON FURNITURE UP-* HOLSTERING, furniture recov-I cred and rebuilt, free estimates. 714 Ellinor Ave. Joe Nuss-I baumcr, Prop. Phone 590-W. 8—20m 9—24—wlM. CONTRACTING C A R P ENTER, alterations and repairs, gener-,’ al jobbing. Reasonable rate. H. M. Jones, 17141.4: Ridge Road, Shelton. Phone 56—J. 9-12--10—12~--1M. l l Everything To Make The Little Tot Happy WAGONS «a SCOOTERS TRICYCLES “5—- I REPAIRS ‘ We also Repair wagons, tri- cycles, bicycles, lawmowers, etc. SLEYSTERS FIX—IT SHOP Fruits _ Iui. COLOR Kodak Miniecolor Prints For Further Details see ANDREWS STUDIO l FILMS DEVELOPED 25¢ per roll Free Enlargement coupon with each r611. FIR DRUG STORE ‘44H J udgcrs Win Further Honors. The 4—H vegetable products} judging team composed of Win-I l I Ii [ l l I Art Wolden, with Keith Satterth-i waite as alternate, placed 10th in the State Contest at Yakima last Saturday. . I Art Wolan tied for secondi place in highest scoring indivi-T dual, out of the 48 conetstantsfl He had a score of 1010 points out of a possible 1100 while the, highest score was 1025. ’ As the extension service bases,l its work more on the educationall value to the club members than‘ the possibility of winning highest, honors, Mason County's first plac-I ing team members at the Puy-l allup Fair were not taken to1 Yakima. These members had , been to the State Fair dast year1 So in order to give, more mem—. bers the trip, different individuals: were taken. 4 VISITING IN IDAHO Mrs. Lawrence Carlson and children are spending a couple of weeks visiting: with her relatives and friends at Emmett, Idaho. month-old daughter, visited Mrs.‘ Adams’ mother, Mrs. Nora Betz,. at Lawn Ridge Farm last week, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon CI,inning-, ham returned from their Southern trip last week, and report a veryl enjoyable vacation. ' , Mrs. George Cunningham Wasl quite ill two weeks ago, but seems i to be in normal health at pres ent. Her daughter, Mrs. Elvai Price of Skokomish, was withi her a few days. I Philip Cassich was a business} visitor at Belfair Thursday. George Milbourn Visited Bremerton Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Nance made] a business trip to Bremerton and; Port Orchard Friday. No'Onc in this locality has re-I ported visiting the Puyallup FairiE this year. So your correspond-l out is assuming that the Fair? was neglected by Dewatto citizens this year. Our roads are so rough ‘ we don’t travel them, unless ab-, The pot—holes give us a headache in more ways than one. .I In WHAT wOULD you ‘DO HITH A FELLow who SPEND? PILL m9 MONEY ON A GIRL ".3 ‘ STEADY ‘ WANTED: Garag—e to rent. Must those days.- —-——-———.‘_.__ NT Page Five A S vv V vv vav vvvv Vvvvvv vm Wanted mmAAAm AA LAAAAA ‘A‘ vvvvvvvvvv\rvvvvvvvvvvvvv For Sale AAAAA‘AAAAAAAA‘ AAA AIXAAAA I WORva-GOOD PAY: Reliable person wanted to calli on farmers in Mason County] No experience or capital re»i gun-ed. EOII‘I; {nag/lug: $102500! Ranges in a wee‘. r1 0 c ess 0.,= 2423 Magnolia St., Oaklandii gififggfiaggfigg """""""" "$32-23 California. 9-23-28—3t ’ """"""" WANTED: bookkeeping and ac- counting for small business firms. Reasonable rates. Inquiref1 Quaker Oil Range Box H, Journal. 9-25-10~12-—/1t. wanted for circulator heat- er. Inquirc 323 North Fourth Street. D«~9-30. 10-24—A2t. WANTED: Woman for light housework. Job lasts a month. Phone 169J after 11 a.m. Mc—9-3O klt. ‘ be close to 611 Bellevue. Phone 322R. B—9—3071t. WANTED: Delcofi light— plant. What have you? Box 3], Shel— ton. B‘s—30. 10-2—2t. WANTED: A man past ,draft age, with a car, who is capable of meeting and interviewing the public, as a representative for one of the fastest growing cor-- poratiOns in the U. S. The ar- ticle offered for sale has al- ways been desired by the lar- gest percentage of homes, but this is the first time it has been offered to fit the average pocket book. If you do not need 5 1 an income of at least $150 per: 1 month, don‘t apply. See M. S. Brake, Mason Hotel, Shelton, Wash. 9—30. 10-9»—4t. mvvvvvm mv» "vvvv" Lost and Found - FOUND: Brown and white heifer calf. Owner may have same by identifying, and paying for ad and feed. Eric Sjoholin, Sko- komish Valley. LOST: Skokomish Grange ban- ner. Blue and gold color. Mary Skerbini, grange secretary, Pot- latch Route, Shelton. 9-30. 10-2-743t. LOST: Large reddish brown col- lie dog, front foot limp. Ans- wers to name “Bruce,” Reward. Mrs. H. W. Deegan, Phone 161. 9-30. 10-2—7-9——4t. Gray Reports On Facts, Fancies Rumors 0n Canal By G. C. GRAY Hoodsport, Sept. 29.~The Hood Canal Sportsmens Association had a meeting in the Hoodsport school building last Thursday night. There wasn’t a very large at- tendance, but some awful smart are I stcin Aschc, Charles Sheppard, and 1 men present. and three nice look— ing young‘ ladies. President George Adams is in Spokane. Don’t mention it, but the rumor is now going that the president lost all his money on a horse race and is thumbing his home, and is expected to be here for the next meeting October 30, ' food. When the news spread of the feed all dog—salmon left Finch Creek: also the seagulls, clams went down another foot, and some. I one got a glimpse of our local bear as he went over the hill from the Hoodsport garbage dump. Secretary Linscott is looking for a bright man to help make a ireport to the Journal, monthly, concerning actiVities of the Sportsmens meetings. It isn’t becoming of anyone to boast of I his education. There were twelve of us little fellows only fourteen years old, fishing on the Wabash River once, and the truant officer rounded seven years in the first grade, he kicked the whole works out be- cause we wouldn’t shave, and there Were'no adult classes Now, if anyone has more education than that—MSee Mr. Linscott. A few years ago it was un- lawful to shoot a man in the woods if he was wearing a red hat. Until yesterday we thought the red hat was for protection. 9-23-25—2t. ' way = 1 Washington Range l ! l I I l i I l i l I I I I l l I l I l I I I as the association is having a big.‘ I I I i i l i l l l : told us he lived at the far end ofi us up and took us to school. After ‘ l l in i I l i i i l I I l Two neighbor women were chew—1 ing the rag over'the back fence. :They were members of the Hu-1 mane Society. They say men wear red hats to attract the deer. They say a deer will stand and look at 3 Ted hat and often fol- low one for miles. Who’d a thot it? We’re having a new real estate office here. The building is be— ing erected near Gateway Inn. John E. Cox of Pctersburg, Iri- diana, is erecting a water guage I I on the Skokomish River, near; Staircase. logical Survey. He goes from here to the Columbia River, just He is with the Geo-y E TESTING STATION i 34.50 . 29.50 1 Lang Range _________ ._ .. . 79.50 1 Lange Oil Range . 99.50 1'2 burner Westinghouse Electric Range ................ .. 29.50 Heaters | 1 Wood Heater .................... ..$29.50 . 1 Wood Heater 29.50 1 Wood Heater 19.50 1 Wood Heater 24.50 1 Oil Heater ........................ .. 39.50 1 Quick Heater Oil Heater (New) ............................... .. 39.50 _FWW _. RATES On Classified Advertisements 10 cents a line (5wordsl 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 mmvvv‘mvvvvvvvv For Sale WAAA‘A.‘A AAAAA A A 4. p Quick Heater Oil Heaters 59.50 FOR SALE; Winter oats with thirty per cent vetcli. No ob— Washers noxious Weeds. S. W. Blanton, 1 Norge Washer ................ ._$39.50 Route N0. 1, Elma, Washington. 1 Thor Washer ........ .. 19.50 9—30. 10—2-7—9~4t. 1 American Beauty 39.501 1 American Beauty 49-50 FOR SALE: White enamel in- 1 Amerlcan BeaUty ----------- 29-50 cinerator with coils. Phone 1 Apex Washer .................. .. 29.50 77.]. w_9_30_tf, 1 W'ardway Washer .......... .. 24.50 _____. ' FOR ‘SALE: Cream all enamel ,Refrlgerators Montag range with coils and 1 Kclvmator 6172 cu. ft. .... ...$89.50i tank, like new, $40 | Wm sen 1 Kelvinator 51/; cu. ft. .... .. 79.50‘ separate. 3‘ L" Rbse’ Ford 1 Grunow 6% cu. ft. .......... .. 79.50 Garage .tf_ Mlscenaneous WOOD FOR SALE: ‘0ch growth, Electric Roaster .............. ..$12.50 dry fir. phone 378. .- Table, 4 chairs 7.50 5—9-30. 10-2.7-9_4t, .1 Davenport ...... _. 7.50 I m— V 1 Mom” Chm 7'50 FOR SALE: Re-cleaned vetch Free Delivery THREE STORES 123 Cota 117 Cota 111 Cota NASH BROTHERS l mm“ For Rent .“A ‘A“AA“AM‘-“W FURNISHED APARTMENTS for rent (2 and3rooms). Good lo- cation. Very reasonable. Golds- borough Apts, Second and Knee— land Streets, Shelton. 5-7-tf. FOR RENT at TAHUYA: new: 2-room- house with sleepingl porch. Furnished or unfurnish— ed. Bus service to Navy Yard. Write or call John Sebring, Ta— huya, Washington. Easy Terms V vmv seed 4 cents per pound. A. C. Ellison, Kamilche ,Valley. 9-30. 10-2—2t. USED MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS 3355 Trumpet ............................ .. $35 $50 Trumpet . $20 $50 Clarinet . $20 $75 Clarinet . $35 $50 Violin $20 $15 Guitar .... .. . $7.50 $15 a. Violin ...................... .. $6.50 F. E. BECKWITH LARGE SIZE Duplicating ' SALES BOOKS 2 for 15¢ 4 for 25¢ FOR RENT: Clean, airy sleep- ing rooms. Good beds. 528 9-18—23-25-30—4t.i i Cedar street, corner at 6th St] 65¢ per dozen 5‘9-23-25-30. 10-2'—-4t. We also take orders for all kinds FOR RENT: Comfortable, furn- ished cabins. Electricity, wood,‘ water. shower. Bus service to Yards. Phone Hoodsport, C. H. Everett, Tillicuml Beach Resort. 9—30. 10—2——2t.] FOR RENT: 8-room unfurnished house. Third and Cota. Rea- sonable. Inquire 11J. R—9-30. 10-2-7——2t.l FOR RENT: Two modern 4 room furnished cottages. Rentl an Nav 24.13. includes lights and water. Mil— lor‘s Grove 15 miles from Shel—l ton. M—9-30. 10-2—2t. : 2-room furnished cabin. Light and water paid. $10 month. Inquire John Tcrho, I 2nd & Wyandotte, Southside Hill. 9-30—1t. i above Coulee dam. Mr. Cox employs local help if possible. Harry Yenter, Lee and Gordon Dickenson, all of Hoodsport, work- I ed there for some time. Harry chter left last week for Skag- way, Alaska.’ Lee Dickenson is in the new veneer plant at Shel- ton, and Gordon Dickenson in“ the Navy Yard at Bremerton. . For the benefit of the local‘ boys who ride back and forth to Bremerton to work, a man oncel thc Ballard Streetcar line, and’ worked in Bremerton; After 20 years his wife asked him to stay home the following day as their daughter was to be married. He was surprised to know he had ai daughter, and can you imagine' his surprise when his wife told him they had seven children! G. C. Gray- OPENING OCT. 6th1 The State Highway department announced this morning that it would operate its car testing sta- ' tion on East Pine street, near the , city dock, for a two—week periodi beginning October 6, next Mon-.I day. Daily hours will be from 9; am. to 1 p.m., and 2 p.m. to 6 p. m., Clarence Rhin'es, Shelton resi— ' dent employed by the department, in its auto testing operations, said i today. All cars which have not been‘, tested this year should be put' through the station during this period, Rhines said. I'D HANG ON To HIM o of special»— PRINTED SAI. ES BOOKS Our prices are an low or lower Use Of laundry room't.han outside salesmen can you. quote THE JOURNAL vavvvvvv MVva Trade or Swap I MAAAA‘AAAA“ AA‘AAMA IFOR SALE OR TRADE: Big black mare, for dry stock. In- quire Journal. K—9-30—1t. vvvvvvmvwvvvm’m PROFESSIONAL CARDS MMAM‘AW ALDEN C. BAYLEY ATTORNEY AT LAW Title Insurance Building Opposite First National Bank Phone 23 - — Shelton INSURANCE HERBERT G. ANGLE Office at Angle~ Building i ELLIOT B. SPRING Accounting Tax Services Bookkeeping Systems 123 4th St. Phone 565 DOANE BRODIE Attorney-At-Law Angle Building Phone 337 CHARLES R. LEWIS i ATTORNEY AT LAW Suite 1 L. M. Bldg. Shelton, Washington ,1 i I l ,l I I-