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PAG E S rr .... ",- i i Hiii , j !COX FOISTS FALSE SPECTER TO FORE IN CAMPAIGN TALK No One Will Be Deceived by Democratic Attempt to Use Great President&apos;s Name. Chamberlaiffs TableSs I The Ruhber.Tlrod Goral. Among the strange animals that came under the observation of Mr. Roy Chapman Andrews, who conduct- ed an expedition Into farther China under the auspices of the American Museum of Natural History, was the goral, a mountain goat of extraord- Inary ability. I have seen a goral, says the ex- plorer, run nt full spe(l down the face of a cliff that appeared to be almost perpendicular. The dogs did not ven- ture to follow it. As tile animal land- ed on a protecting rock, it would bounce off as If made of rubber and leap eight or ten feet to a narrow !THE PEOPLE KNEW ROOSEVELT ledge that did not seem large enough to support a rabbit. -- Youth's Corn- = Death of Foremost American Has Not Dimmed His Deeds in the Minds of Patriots, By William Hoster May one who was more or less inti- mately associated with Theodore toosevelt in the last fifteen years of his life say a word In regard to the developing tendencies of the pending dpresidential campaign ? Governor James M. Cox, the Demo- cratic candidate, with increasing f- ency is using the name of Colonel osevelt In his speeches, as of one m whom the Governor has derived his inspiration for this momentos paign, and whose support of Mr. x's so-called policies wold be forth. coming were Roosevelt alive. At least, (]overnor Cox is at patna to make it appear that it is into his hands that the torch borne by Colonel Roosevelt was entrusted when tSe latter passed on. Addressing the Ohio Democratic State Convention at Columbus on August 17th, among other things Danlon Deer Climb Up Ladders. The three miles of concrete.lined flume which brings water to the Cher- ry creek power house on the Hatch Hetehy project lies in a terrltory abounding in deer. When water was first turned Into the flume there Was a good deal of trouble with deer which got into it and could not get out un- aided As many as thirty to forty deer have been taken out of the flume In a single month. To relieve this con- dltion deer ladders made of planks were built In the flume llne at inter- vals. The ladders extend below the water as well as above, so that the deer can find a footing on which to climb out. Since the ladders were put In there has been no further trouble with the deer. 'AvAvtYkAv]x PEARL OIL THE MASON COUNTY JOURNAL i l [ [ to the officer making the sale. The purchaser, if he be not the owner of the improvements, must forthwith pay. to the officer making ths sale the fuh amount of the appraised value of the improvements, as above stated. One- tenth of the purchase price must be paid annually thereafter with interest on all deferred payme.ts at the rate of six per centum per allanl, together with accrued interest on any balance at the same rate: ]Provided, That any urcha.ser may make full payment of principal, interest and statutery fees at any time and obtain deed or state latent. The purchaser of hind contain- ing timber or other valuable materials is prohibited by law from cutting or removing any such timber or materials without first obtaining consent of the Commissioner of Public Lands or the board, until the full amount 9f the purchase price has been paid and deed issued. All sales of state lauds are made subject to the reservations of oils, gases, coal, ores, minerals and fossils of every name, kind and description, and to the additional terms and con- ditions prescribed in the ac't of the leg- islature approved March 20, 1907, being section 3 of chapter 256 of the Laws of 1907. Said land will be sold subject: to the terms, conditions and reservations of chapter 109 of the Session Laws of 1911, relating to easements for rights- of-way and the carrying of timber, stone, mineral and other products over the same. The above described lands are offered for sale in pursuance of an order of the Board of State Land Commission- ers, and an order of sale duly issued and certified by the Commissioner of Public Lands of the State of Washing- ton now on file in the office of the county auditor of said county. CLARK V. SAVIDGE. Commissioner of Public Lands, 8-27-10-1-6t 'OTIOI O1' $I,Z O:F BTATX T-A.ED$ Notice is hereby given, that on Tues- day. the 5th day of October, 1920, be- tween the hours of ten o'clock in the forenoon and four o'clock in the afternoon, commencing at ten o'clock in the forenoon of said day, In front Attorney for Plaintiff. of the main entrance door to the Om .... A o..^ffice Address Rooms County Court House in the clt of 7 & 8 Lumberman's Building Shelton, neJton, .County.__of Mason,. State of xraoh+ i W asillngton el[her Dy the county .*^ ^"o+ ,,hl +  entember auditor of said county or by a member ............ , ..... cad .... S .. I ........ o, " =,v."""" a .... 3 10 15 7t. O[ ne oaru o tate Land Commis- I siGners of the State of Washington,  I the ollowmg cescrlbed state lands, ....................... ]together with the improvements situ- "urv: s.z-" "xu -ffi- ated thereon, will be sold at public O02TSTZTTJTIOI'. auction to the highest bidder therefor, SON :FOR I=-ZCTION. No. 1644. In the Superior C.ur of the State of %Vashington for Masou County. Margaret McDonald and Herbert Clin- ton, e)-partners, doing business un- der the firm name and style of Mc- Donald & Co., plaintiff, vs, 5. L. Ford and Jane I)oe Ford, whose true Christian name is to plaintiff un- known, his wife, defendants, The state of Washington to ,T. L. Ford and Jane Dec Ford, whose true christian name is to plaintiff unknown, his wife defendants: You and each of you are hereby summoned to appear within sixty (60) days after date of the first publication of this summons, to wit: within sixty days after the 3rd day of September, 1920, and defend the above entitled ac- tion in the above entitled Court and answer the complaint of the plaintiff 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 wtll be rendered against you according to the demand of the complaint which hm' been flied with the clerk in said Court. The object of this action Is to obtain Judgment against you in "the sum of Three Hundred and Nine Dol- lars and 23 cents ($309.23) for goods, wares and merchandise heretofore sold and delivqred to you by plaintiff. You are hereby further notified tlat plain- tiff has heretofore caused a Writ of Attachment to be issued in this cause and hm placed the same in the bands of the sheriff of Mason County, Wash- ington, for service .and that said sher- iff bus heretofore under said Writ lev- ied upon and attached certain real property belonging to you in the County of :Mason, State of Washington, de- scribed as follows: East half of Northeast Quarter (2 of NE ) of Section Thirty Two (32), Township Twenty One (21) North, Range Three (3) West W M. You are hereby further notified that in case Judgment is rendered against you, the lien of said attachment will be enforced and said property or so roUGh thereof as shall be necessary to satisfy Judgment wtll be sold and the proceeds applied to ths satisfac- tion of said Judgment in the manner provided by the laws of the State of Washington. CHAS. R. LEWIS. FIDAY, OCTOBER 8, 192ff i A TRIAL WILL OTHING that wc could say would so thoroughly convince you of the value of Chambcrlain's Tabloes as a personal trial Wc can tell you of thousands who have been permanently cured of chr.onic constipation, indigestion, biliousness, sick hcadaclm and disorders of the stomach and liver, but this will haw little weight wi you as compared to a personal trial. That always convinces, .lmmlnmMmL Shelton Shoe Factory _--= AND QUICK REPAIR SHOP ! FRED HANSEN, Prop. Manufacturers of he}vy work shoes. We also have a line of serviceable, high-topped logger = boots. All kinds of shoe repairing neatly done. !I!iIII SU[:ONS IN :FO:ECLOSUE 0:F You and each of you are hereby TAX :LIEN. notified that ,V ,V Seymour is the Governor Cox said: "Need I remind you that It was in this State that Theodore Roosevelt, that great American, made his speech proclaiming his creed, not that the Judges alone should be recalled, but that the Judicial procedure itself should be subject to recall." Acknowledged Error. First nnd foremost, no man who knew Theodore Roosevelt well, and was proud to follow his leadership, needs to be told that he lived to realize the error of that specific doctrine which Governor Cox now drags from the political limbo of dead things. But aside from this, the one out- standing note in Roosevelt's great ca- reer was his uncompromising, tried and true Americanism. He was an American above and beyond every- thing else His Americanism arose above all party censlderations. He was Jealous of his country's honor, proud of its traditions, zealous In the maintehance of Its itegrity and inde- pendence. He labored Incessantly to promote that national unity which he believed to be one of the safeguards of .the Republic; and his faith in Washington's Farewell Address and In the Monroe Doctrine was such that he regarded Strict adherence to the In- Junctions of both as the two great bul- warks of our national existence If it were necessary to prove these asser- tions, columns could be quoted from his writings and speeches in support thereof. But one has only to mention the name of Theodore Roosevelt to bring before the mind a picture of a United States strong, lf-rellant and independent. ,,.,T! , i/O d h0} have to ponder long t reach  conclusion, therefore, where 0oevlt would stand if happily he eee among us today. The man who vin 1916 u,;vedthat the supreme na- -lowal need was the overthrow of Wll- ,,aonlsm and al that Wtlsonism repre- asnts would have a mighty well-defined iposRlea in the fighting today If he 'With us, and he would not be 'ranged onfhe side of Governor Cox. The' man who, though age was creep- Ing upon him,.demanded as his right that he be sent across to face with the two hundred thousand men that clam- ored to accompany him, the German menace; and who grimly laid down the plea that by his end on the field of battle the drooping morale,,of the en- tente forces might be revived, though the death of a former, President of the United States would have had little in common with a candidate whose news- papers proclaimed sixteen months aft- er the sinking of the Lusltanla,that "The German U-boats have committed ne crime against us." Remember in what stirring words Roosevelt denounced the Lusitania sinking, and how, throughout all that drab period of American neutrality, his powerful voice rang through the ,land awakening the patriotism of our people to the culmination in April, !1917, when even Mr Wilson finally :was compelled to face the Inevitable. There Is no law against Governor Cox's use of Colonel Roosevelt's name. Nor is there any law on the statute books providing for the crimes which are committed in the name of tprogressiveness for 'which Colonel Roosevelt stood. There are Napoleons of finance, of wheal of oU and of industry, but there was only oiae Na- poleon. There are 31stoles and Ed- dies and Harries, but there was only one Teddy. In the campaign upon which we have entered, the name of Roosevelt will be 1necked many times in many places in behalf of many things. But few In all the great army of those who followed Roosevelt wiU be de- ceived. They know above all other ,things that the safety and integrity of the United State lay closest to Theodore Roosevelt's heart, and with them his doctrine of stalwart Amerl- '.anlsm will prevail against any preach. sent of progresslvelsm which seeks o lure them from the path of patrl- tle duty, L ......... , _, ........................ (KBROSBN) t[v/v,wv, v,vY,:  I STANDARD OIL COPA.NT dCALIFOR/,) To be voted on November 2, 1929, An amendment of Section 16, Article I of the state constitution, relating to Eminent Domain. State of Washington, Office of the Secretary of State. To whom it may concern: In obedi- ence to the State Constitution and an act of the legislature, .approved by the Governor Iarch 17, 1919, entitled as fol- lows: "An Act providing for the amend- ment of section 16 of article I of the PROFESSIONAL CARDS Maxwell Maternity Home 711 West Fourth St. Phone 981 OLYMPIA, WASHINGTON Office Phone 441. Res. Phone 71 N. E. ROBERTS Physician and Surgeon Succeeding and located in the offices of the late Dr. Wells. H. G. BRADBURY DENTIST Pop, office Building, Shelton, Wash. Open 9 to 12,--1 to 5 Evening by appointments. A. L. BELL Abstracts and Surveying Draughting, Real Estate, Loa and Insurance. Horn Bldg. Shelten, Wash. CHAS. R. LEWIS ATTORNEY--AT--LAW, Phone 468. SHELTON. WASH, (Rooms 7 & 8 Lumbermens Bldg.) Passengers, Baggage and Freight REASONABLE RATES PHONE 41. D. E. BARREI"r r GRANT C. ANGLE Notary Public Real Estate, Insurance and Conveyanetng Fire, Life, Health and Accident and Bond Insurance. JOURNAL OFFICE, SHELTON ALDEN C. BAYLEY LAWYER Mason County Abstract & Title Co. Bldg. Opposite State Bank of Shelton PHONE 28L Shelton, Wash. I SMOKERS' HEADQUARTERS Cigars, Tobaccos and High Grade Candies. , Guns, Ammunition & Sporting Goods Try our fresh roasted pea'nuts W,H. 9ffrH All the Daily Papers I constitution of the State of Washing- Ion, relating to Eminent Domain," there is hereby published for the consideration of the voters of the State of Washing- ton the following proposed amendment to the constitution of said state: t CHA77, 136. (S. B. 257) An Act providing for the amendment of section 16 of article I of the consti- tution of the State of Washington, relating to Eminent Domain. Be it enacted by the Legislature of the State of Washington: Section 1. That at the general elec- tion to b held in this state on the Tuesday next succeeding the first Mon- da In November, 1920, there shall be su})mitted to the qualified electors of the state, for their adoption and approval or rejection ,an amendment to section 16 of article I of the Constitution of the State of Washington, so that the same shall when amended, read as follows: Section 16. Private property shall not be taken for private use, except for pri- vate ways of necessity, and for drains, flumes, or ditches on or across the lands of others for agricultural, domestic, or sanitary purposes. No private property shall be taken or damaged for public or private use without Just compensation having been first made, or paid into court for the owner, and no. rlght-of- way shall be appropriated to the use of any corporation other than municipal until full compensation therefor be first made in money, or ascertained and paid into court for the owner, irrespeotive of any benefit from any improvement proposed by such corporation, which compensation shall be ascertained by a Jury, unless a Jury be waived, as in other civil cases in courts of record, in the manner prescribed by law. When- ever an attempt is made to take private property for a use alleged to be public the question whether the contemplated use be really public shall be a Judicial question and determined as such, with- out regard to any legislative assertion that the use is publio: Provided, that the taking of private property by the state for land reclamation and set- tlement purposes is hereby deelaed to be for publle use. Passed the Senate March 8, 1919. Passed the House March II, 1919. Approved by the Governor March 1, 1919, NOTE BY SECRETARY OF STATE. The above act filed in the office Of the Secretary of State March 17, 1919. I. M. HOWELL, Secretary of State. There shall be printed on all ballots for said election the words: "For the proposed amendment to sec- tion 16, of Article I of the Constitution relative to 2minent Domain." "Against the proposed amendment of section 18, of Article I of the ConstitU- tion relating to Eminent Domain." In testimony whereof, I have here: unto set my hand and affixed the seal of the State of Washington. Done at Olympia, this 1st day of June, 1920. (Seal) I.M. T-TOWELL, Secretary of State. 7-30-10-29-14t. R'OTZO]S O:F 19AT- U:F T&T 'rAJD8 Notice is hereby given that on Tues- day the 5th day of October, 1920, be- tween the hours of ten o ]ock in the forenoon and 4 o'clock in the afternoon, commencing at ten o'clock in the fore- noon of said day, in front of the main entrance door to the County Court House in the City of Shelton, County of Mason, State of Washington, either by the County Auditor of said county, or by a member of the Board of State Land Commissioners of ths State of Washington, the following described state lands, together with the improve- manta situated thereon, will be sold at hnblic auction to the high,st bidder erefor, to-wit: ApplLoaon o. 7779. All tide lands of the second clas, as defined by section 1 of chapter 36 of the session laws of 1911, owned by the State of Washington, situate in front of, adjacent to or abutting upon that part of lot 4. section 28, township 22 north, range 4 west, W. M., meas- ured along the meander line u fol- lows: Beginning at the meander corner to fractional sections 28 and 35, tow- ship 22 north, range 4 west, . M., and running thence N. 20" E. 4.60 Chains, N. 80# E. 8.10 chains and N. 42 2. 8.80 chains.to the true point of beginning of this description: thence running N. 5" W. 9,00 chains and N.' 9" W. 2,56 chains, more or less, to the point of intersection of the north tins of said lot 4 with said meander line with a frontage of 11.56 lineal chains, more or less measured along the meander line according to a Certified copy f the government field notes of ths survey thereof on file in the office of the Commissioner of Public Lands at Olympia, Washington, appraised at $36.70. .Said lands will be sold for not less than the appraised value above stated and upon the terms and'conditions fol- lowing: Terms and 0onditions of BaiseNot less than one-tenth of the purchase to-wit: ApplLeation No. 11068. NE of SW of section 16, town- ship 21 north, range 4 west, W. M., containing 40 acres, more or less, ac- cording to the government survey thereof, appraised at $1760.00. Im- provements appraised at $]605,00. Appltoation :No. 11103. NW of SE of section 36, town- ship 23 north, range 2 west, V. M., containing 40 acres more or less, ac- : cording to the government survey I thereof appraised at $800.00. Is- provoments appraised at $176.00. : Apylieation :No. 11][29. SV Of SE of section 36, town- ship, 2] north, range 3 West, W, M., No. 328. In the Superior Court of the State of Washington, In and for lason Couuty. V. V. Seymour, plalntlff, vs. Nel- lie R. Vaxler, a widow, and lot No. 1, Sec. 6, Twp. 24 N., 1. 2, ,%'. 3,V. M, and Lt No. 4 and Tax No. 643, 75.91 L. C., Scc. 6, Twp. 24 N., 1. 2, W. "V. M., and the S. ,V. Quart,or of the N E. Quarter, Sac. 1, Twp. 24 N. 1. 3, V. V. M.. aud the N. E. ,uarter of the S. V. Quarter of Soc. 1, Twp. 2,1 N. I-L 3 V. W. M. and tle S. E. Quarter of the S. "vV. quarter of Sac. ], Twp. 24 N. R. 3 V. %V. 1. and the N. IV. Quarter of the S.E, Quarter of Sec. 1, TWl). 24 N, containing 49 acres, more or less, ac- R, 3 W. V. M. and the S, V. uarter c'ording to the government survey  of the S, E, Quarter, and Lot No. 5 thereof, appraised at $600 00 [except Itight of Way in Sac. 1, Twp. Said ]ands will be soldfor not less[ 24 N 1{., 3 V. vV. M and all persons hn uthoe n Ipzisreds Vanlecoanbieontaft: d I 'kllla.'n':ih':,:sth?ll':'d 00 ltel'nl!cag lowing: iProperty hereinLftcr described, defen- Terms and Conditions of ale.--Not]dants. . .. less than one-tenth of the purchase] The SLate of Washing(on, To Nehze price must be paid at the time of sale]lL Waxier, a widow, and Lot No. l, to the 'officer making the sale The Scc. 6, Twp. 24 N., 1(. 2 W. W. M. and purchaser, if he be not the owner of lot No. 4 and Tax No, 643 75.91 L. C. the improvements, must forthwith pay Sec. 6 Twp. 24 N., lt. 2 W, ,V. M. aud to the officer making the sale the full amount of the appraised value of the improvements, as above stated. One- tenth of the purchase price must be paid annually tbereafter 1tn lntrest on all deferred payments at the rate of six per centum per annum, together with accrued interest on any balance at the same rate: Providsd, That any purchaser may make full payment of principal, tnterest and statutory fees at any tiros and obtain deed or state patent. The purchaser of land contain- lag thnber or other valuable materials is prohibited by law from cutting or removing any such timber or materials without first obtaining consent of the Commissioner of Public Lands or the board, until the full amount of the purchase price has been paid and deed Issued. All aales of state landa are made subject to the reservations of oils, gaes, coal. ores, minerals and fossils of every name, kind and description, and to the additional terms and con- ditions prescribed in the act of the leg- islatnre approved March 20, 1907, being section 3 of chapter 266 of the Laws of 1907. Said ]and will be sold subject to the terms, conditions and reeervations of chapter 109 of the Session Laws of 1911, relating to easements for rights- of-way and the carrying of timber. stone, mineral and other products over the Same. The above described lands are offer- ed for sale in pursuance of an order of the Board of State Land Commis- sioners, and an erder of sale duly issued and oertified by the Commis- ioner of Public Lands of the State of Washington now on file in the office of the county auditor of said county. CLARK V. SAVIDGE, Commissioner of Ptblio Lands. 8-27-10-1-6t NOTZOE O:F ISA "r-'a 03' TZMBln]t, OT BTT A the S. V. Quarter of the N. E. Quar- ter of Sec. 1, Twp. 24 N. 1<. 3 V/. . 1. and the N. E. Quarter of S. W. Quar- ter of See, 1 Twp. 24 N. R 3 W. W. ii. and the S. E. Quarter of the S. . Quartbr of See. 1 Twp 24 N. R. 3 %V. W. M. and the N. W. uarter of the S. E. Quarter of See'. 1 ['wp. 24 N. lt. 3 .V. V. M. and the S. VL Quarter of the S. E. Quarter and Lot No. 5 ex- cept Right of Way lu Sac. 1 Twp. 24 N. R. 3 W W. M. and all persons un- known, if any having or claiming to have an interest in and to the real property hereinafter described. You and each of you are hereby notified that W. W Seymour Is the holder of Certificate of Del!n(iuency numbered 1635, issued on the 29th day of June, A, D. 1916, by the County of Mason, State of Washington, for the amount of Fifteen and. 21-100 Dollars, the same being the amount then due and delinquent for taxes for the years 1914-1915 together with penal<], inter- est and costs thereon, upon real prop- erty assessed to you and of hieh you are the owner or repuzed owner, situate in said County and particularly bounded and described as folh)w,% to- wit: Lot No. i See. 6, Twp. 24 N. R. 2. W. W. M. and upon which he nas paid taxes assessed against said prop- erty as follows: Year's Date Tax Tax Paid Receipt No. Amt. 1916 Sept. 3, 1920 3262 9.89 1917 Sept. 3, 1920 3262 8.37 1918 Sept. 3, 1929 3262 9.00 1919 Sept. 3, 1920 3413 8.60 Total Amount of Taxes paid since date of Certificate of Delinquency 35.80 You and cecil of you are hereby notified that W. W. Seymour ts the holder of Certificate o Delinquency numbered 1638, issued on tire 20th day of June, A. :D. 1916, by the County of ]klason, State of Washington, for the amount of leifty-Four and 47-100 Dol- lars, the same being the amount then due and delinquent for taxes for the years 914-1915, together with penality: interests and costs thereon, upon real property assessed to you and of which Notice is hereby given that on Tues- day, the 5th day of October, 1920, be- tween the hours of ten o'clock in the forenoon tnd fo.ur o'clock in the after- noon, commencing at ten o'clock in the forenoon of said day, in front of the main entrance door to the County Court House in the City of Shelton, County of Mason, State of Washington, either by the County Auditor of said county, or by a member of the Board of State Land Commissioners of the State of Washington, the timber on the follow- ing described state land will be sold at public auction to the highest bidder therefor, to-wit: pploatton o. 110S8. NE of section 16, township 19 north, range 6 west, W. M., containing 160 acres, more or less, according to the government survey thereof, ap- praised at $141550.25. yOU are the owner or reputed ownsr, situate in said county and particularly ] bounded as fllows, to-wit: Lot No. 4 and Tax No. 643-75,91 L. C. Sac. 6 Twp, 24, R. 2. W. ,V.M, and upon, which , he has paid taxes assessed against 'said preperty as follows: Year's Date Tax Tax Paid Receipt No. Amt, 1916 Sept. 3, 1920 3263 36.24 1917 Sept. 3, 1920 3263 30.72 11918 Sept. 3, 1920 3263  32,70 1919 Sept. 3, 1920 3414 31,28 Total Amount of Taxes paid since date of Certificate of Dsltnqueney 130.9.t You and each of you are hereby notified that W. W. Seymour is the holder of Certificate of Delinquency numbered 1656, tssued ou the 20th day of June, A. D. 1916 by the County of Mason, State of Washington, for the amount of Sixteen and 73-100 Dollars, the same being the amount then due and delinquent for taxes for the years 1914-1915 to gether with penalty, in- E of W of section 16, township 19 north, range 6 west, W. M, yon- terest and costs thereon, upon real taining 160 acres, more or less, accord- property assessed to you and of which ing to the government survey thereof, you are the owner or reputed owner appraised at $12,821.25. situate in said County and particularly SE of section 16, township 19 north i bounded and described as follows to- range 6 west, W. M., containing 160 I wit: S. W. Quarter of the N. E, Quar- acres mor? or less, according to the]ter, Sec. 1 Twp. 24 N 1 3 V  M governmen survey thereof, appraised land upon which he hts pal}l taxes" as" at $17,368.59. /sessed agmnst said property as fol- (Subjects to rights of the lessee ]lows: under lease No. 1189 issued for the Year's Date Tax / purposes of mining and extracting [Tax Paid Receipt No. Amt. petroleum and natural gas therefrom.)[1916 Sept. 3, 1920 3264 10.40 Said timber on said land will be sold11917 Sept 3, 1920 3264 9.24 for not less than the appraised value, 1918 Sept. 3, 1920 3264 9.42 as appraised by the Board of State 1919._ Sept. 3, r20 3.415 9.11 T.and Cmmissioners 'in the manner Total Amount o[ Taxes palu slnce' rovidedVby law, a statement of which date of Certificate of Delinquency 38.67 is now on file in the office of the You and each of you are hereby Auditor of said county, notified that W. W. Seymour is the Terms of sale are: Cash to be paid holder of Certificate of Delinquency on the day of sale. numbered 1659, issued on the 20th day The timber on the above described of June, A. D. 1916, by the County of Mason, State of Washington, for the lands is offered for sale in pursuance amount of Fifteen and 22-100 Dollars, of an order of the Board of State Land the same being the amount then due Commissioners, and an order of sale and delinquent for taxes for the years duly issued and certified by the Corn- 1914-]915 together with penalty, lntr- ]]older of Certillcate of Delinquency numbered 1660, issued on the 20th day of Jun, A, I). 1916, by the County of Mason, State of Vashington, for the amunt of Eight and 78-100 Dollars, the same being the amount then due and delinquent for taxes for the years 1914- 1915 together wi.l penalty, interest and COSTS ttcreon, ut)on reD.l pl'operty as- sessed to you and of which you are the owner or reputed owner situate in said County and particularly bounded and described as follows, to-wit: S. E, Quarter of the S, V. Quarter, See.1 TWl). 24 N. R. 3, V. W. 5[. and upon which he has paid taxes assessed against said prol)erty as follows: Year's Date Tax Tax Paid Ieceipt No. Amt. 1916 Sept. 3, 1920 32(;(; 5.57 1917 Sept. 3, 1920 3266 4.72 1918 Sept. 3, 1920 3266 4.82 ].919 Sept, 3, 1920 3117 4.66 Total Amount of Taxes paid since date of Certlhcate of Delinquency 19.77 You and each of you are hereby notilled that V. V. Seymour is the h,)hl,r of Certificate of ])elinqueney numbered 16(;2, issued on the ,20ti day of June, A. D. 1916. by the County of Mason, Stute of Washington, for the ardount'of Elghteen and 62-100 I)oIIars, the same being the amount tbendueand delinquent for taxes for the years 1914-1915, together with penalty, In- terest and costs the,'eon, upon real pPoperty assessed to you and of whlch you are the owner or reputed o,wner situate in said County bud particularly bounded and described as follows, to- wit: N, "W. Quarter of the S. E,Quaro tar, Sac. 1, Twp. 24 N. R. 3, ,V, V. M. and upon which he has paid taxes as- sessed against said property as follows: Year's Date Tax Tax Paid Receipt No. Amt. 1916 Sept. 3, 1920 3267 12.17 ]917 . Sept. 3, 1920 3267 10.30 1918 Sept. 3, 1920 3267 11.90 1919 Sept. 3. 1(,}20 3418 11.20 Total Amount of Taxes paid sinc date of Certificate of Delinquency 45.57 You and each of you are hereby notified that ,V. W. Seymour is the holder of Certificate of Delinquency numbered 1663, issued on the 20th day of June, A. D. 1916. by the County' of Mason, State of Vashington, for the amount of Eleven and 44-100 Dollars, tbe same being the amount then due and delinquent for taxes for the years 1914-1915, together wlth penalty, in- terest and costs thereon, upon real property assessed to you and of which ou are the owner or reputed owner situate in said County and partioularly bounded and described as follows, to- wit: S. W. Quarter of the S. E. Quarter and Lot No. 5 except R. of W in sac. 1 Twp. 24 N. R. 3, W. W. M. and upon which he has paid taxes assessed against sald property as follows: Year's ', Date Tax Tax Paid Receipt No. Amt. 1916 Sept. 3, 1920 3268 7.86 1917 Sept. 3, 1920 3268 6.22 1918 Sept. 3, 1929 3268 6.38' 1919 Sept. 3, 1920 3419 6,14 Total Amount of Taxes paid since dae of Certificate of Delinquency 360? All of said amounts bearing interest at the rte of fifteen per cent to June 7th 1917 and twelve per cent there- after; and you are further notified that he will apply to the Superior Court of the State of rashington, in and for said County, for a Judgment foreclos- ing his lien against the property here- lnbefore mentioned, and you are hereby summoned to appear within sixty days after the date of the first publication of this summons, exclusive of the day of 'said first publication and defend this action m" pay the amount due, together with costs; and in case of your failure to do so, Judgment will be rendered foreclosing the lien for said Certificate of Delinquency, taxes, penalty, interest and costs, against the lands and prem- ises hereinbefore menlioned. ]:)ate of first publication Sept. 10, 1920, Any pleading or process may be served upon the undersigned at the ad- dress hereafter mentioned, M. ,V. LOGAN', 0-I 0-10-22 Plaintiff's Attorney. P. O. Address: Shelton, Wash. No. 554. :NOTIC - O1  XEAIN 02" :FrA 'r- ACCOUNT O:F AD:MINZBTR, ATO - AND PZTITI0:N 1O a DIBT:T. TION AND DISCHG - OP A. I:NIS TRAT0,. In the Superior Court of the State of Washington in and for the County of Mason, in Probate. In the matter of the Estate of AN- DREW TOWNSEND, Deceased, Notice is hereby given, that Newt Townsend, Administrator of the Estate of Andrew Townsend, Deceased, has filed with' the Clerk of the above en- titled court hts final account and peti- tion for distribution of the estate of said deceased, wherein the court is asked to settle such account, distribute the property of the estate to the heirs entitled to the same and discharge the Administrator. NOTICE IS FURT-IER IVEN, that tn accordance with' an order of said court made and entered on the 1Sth day of September, 1920, a hearing will be had before the court on said final missioner of Public Lands of the State of Washington, now on file in the office of the County Auditor of said county. CLARK "V. SAVIDG2, Commissioner of Publlo Lands. 8-27-10-1-6t Cornell Board in bigsheets is easy o put on, and takes the place of pa- e, cloth and felting. Ask about it at Journal Stationery Shop. Waterman's Ideal Fountain pens are just the pens for school and busi' ness, A point to suit  every taste. Journal Stationery Shop. eat and costs thereon, upon real prop- account and petition for distribution on etv .,=,.=oa t, vu ,,a of "hich You,Saturday the 23rd day of October ituat uz'J at iv o cloche a m of said day In are the owner or reputed owner s e : ,_ , in said County and particularly boun-in :ourt }loom of. the Court, at the " urt riouse n neton wasmngton. dud and described as follows, to-wit: I Dated this 18th da ', of September N. 2. Quarter of the S. W. Quarter, ]1920 " *" ' Sec. 1 T.vp..24 .N.R. 3 W. W. M. and 'I'I.TTIE E. RTTCW.ER-GARFTELD, upon wmcn ne nas paid taxes assesses Clerk of the Superior Court against* said property as follows: I AI,DEN C. BAY L2Y, YTear's _Pat 9 _ T.ax . .  Attorney for Administrator, ll Sept.% , 1921eceP5-'o. Ag,tl Shelton, Washington. 9-24-10-18-4t 1917 Sept. 8, 1920 3266 8.37 1918 Sept, 3, 1920 3265 8.5 BRUNSWICK PHONOGR.PHS 1919 Sept. 8, 1920 3418 8,27 Total Amount of Taxes paid since AND RECORDS AT date of Certificate of Delinquency 86.08 JDURNAL STATIONERY SHOP.