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Shelton Mason County Journal
Shelton, Washington
November 25, 1941     Shelton Mason County Journal
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November 25, 1941. w ter, Helen and Mrs. V. L. Knowl- ton made a business trip to Se- attle last week, stopping for a lentire Sebring clan. Mr. and Mrs. Butterbaugh came over from itheir home at Clielan to be with (the family. fey Day ‘Come 9 Go’ Event In . F. G. Knowlton and Elmer Ol- spent the holiday with rel-, iatives in Seattle. lie Weyers on their return via Potlatch. Harvey Rendsland, Sylvia God- win and Effie Knowlton were busi— ness visitors to Shelton recently. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bassett and little grandson, Dickie Kind- red were over from Seattle for the weekend to visit with the Husons and Knowltons. Our Commissioner, Mr. Ferris, , i Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Stolze en— Ml's‘ v' 1" Knownon l tertained relatives from Seattle , Nov. 24.—The late day over the holidaY- ‘ 4' g was more or less a, Mr. and Mrs. Toombs had com— g‘o affair at Tahuya. l pally from Shamrock Point. Mrs. . t gathering was at Aus- Walter Sargent is home from the . g’s home where his mo— hospital and fairly on the mend. .ed the dinner for the Mrs. Frances Huson and daugh- ‘—___.‘.._ appearance ’iounts as much in your printedmessage as it does in your p-e r s o n a1 solicitation. When you send out your sales message IN PRINT, it must have all the briskness, appearance and good taste as your high priced Well-dressed salesmen, that’s if you 'want them both to do a first class job of selling. Printing of this type is designed and produced in the modern and well-manned plant of the Journal Wou CAN’T SELL limit—$760 ‘ 'FIND A BUYER! List VENT-ADS brief visit with Mr. and Mrs. Les-~ l l S was over to call on some of the folks one day last week. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Rendslandi made a one—day tl'lp t0 POl‘tlélllCl,f mAAMAMAAMAm‘AAwi Oregon, last week. The Mitchell family who cently came from Iowa, have l0~i cated here. Mr. and Mrs. Wolfe drove outi from Bremerton to call on friendsi here. ' 5 Mrs. Lydia Huson is recovering] from an injury to her foot. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Watsons‘: spent the holiday with their} granddaughter in Tacoma. i Henry Wheeler is laid up with; a sprained ankle. ‘ Mr. and Mrs. J. Tomlin andi ; granddaughter, Mr. and Mrs. Sam] : showed 19gated this lst day of November, ' CLARE ENGELSEN, l (SEAL) Clerk of said Court. Tomlin, spent. Thanksgiving withi relatives down at Grays Hair-l bor. i Reports on a recent inquiry sent i out to former Navy men who Were . still following the skilled tradesi they had learned in the Navyi the. average salary of; these workers to be $165.00 per month, Ninety—seven per cent said their time in the Navy was of great value in civilian life. Eighty~three per cent said they would do the same thing if they had it to do over again. NOTICE OF SHERIFF’S SALE OF ABANDONED CAR. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That on Monday. the 8th day of December. 1941. at the hour of o'clock P.M. of' said day. at the Olympic Garage in‘ Hoodsport, in Mason County, Wash-l ington. I will sell the following de—i scribed abandoned car. to-wit: l One 1932 Graham Sudan. Motor 1 No. 1015 176. 1941 Calil‘i-lfia Li— ‘I cense No. 29 F 687. . at public auction, to the highest and; i l l 1 best bidder for cash. GIVEN under my hand. this 251h day of November, 11-25—1t. E. F. MARTIN. 1941. Sheriff of Mason County, W'ash. No. 1402 NOTICE OF HEARING FINAL REPORT AND PETITION FOR DISTRIBUTION In the Superior Court oi", the State of Washington in and for the County of Mason In Probate In the matter of the Estate of RdOBERT CORYDON ANGLE, Deceas- e . Notice is hereby given that Grant C. Angle, administrator with the will annexed of the estate of Robert Cory- don Angle, has filed in the office. of} the Clerk of said Court his final re-i port and petition for distribution, ask— ing the Court to settle said report,‘ to distribute the property to the per- sons thereto entitled. and to dis- charge said Grant C. Angle; and that said report and petition will be heard on the 6th day of December, 1941, at the hour of 10:00 O'clock A. M.. or as soon thereafter as may be heard, at the courtroom of the County Court- house at Shelton, Washington. 11-4-11-18-25—4t. CALI. FOR BIDS FOR SECOND . HAND DIESEL DIARINE MOTOR ! FOR NEW FERRY NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thlat e i sealed bids will be received by I l— i lilli'I‘ON—MASON COUNTY :IQURNA I) . of vvvvvvvvvvv vmvvvvvvvvv Real Estate Te‘l FOR SALE: 4 room house and' acre of land; 7 room house and 21,; acres on and near Arcadia Road; 1931 Chevrolet coupe; 1327 Buick sedan. L. R. Kolm— organ, Arcadia Road. 10—28—11—28~—1LM FOR SALE: 5-room modern home on Capitol Hill, also red pullets for sale. Mrs. Ada Culli- son, Rt. 2, Capitol Hill. 11—13-18-20-25 4t. FOR SALE: 53 room modern home, 1 year old, 1 block past city dock. Call 572—‘W for appoint- ment. R—-11—25—-12-4--4t. ‘ FOR RENT FURNISHED apartment with bed rooms. Light, water, heat, U?) i: ished. ., 35.00. FOR SALE 7—room modern home with large tract of land. Excellent ground with lawn and flowers. will make a fine suburban home. Close in. $3,000 with $500 down or $2500 cash. 9 G-ROOM modern home, hard-wood floors, fireplace, full basement and furnace. Also large unfin- ished upstairs. This home is located on oiled street and has nice yard. Entire property in excellent condition, and priced belOW present value. Will con- sider. terms.l~—$4375.00. 3-ROOM modern home close «in. N‘ce garden tract. House can easily be enlarged. Why pay rent when you can own a home of your own. $1575 with $200 down, $25 month, including in- terest at 7% monthly reduction. Herbert G. Angle Angle Bldg. Phone 304 l lliWUBLICATIONS l m NOTICE OF SALE OF STATE TIDE LANDS NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN. That on Tuesday. the 2nd day of December, 1941, 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, by the County Auditor said county. the following de- scribed state tide lands, together with the improvements situated thereon, 'll be sold at public auction to the highest bidder therefor, to—Wit: NCITI‘LANO one except citizens of the United States. or persons who have declared their 'ntenti n to become such. can purcuaso state lands. APPLICATION NO. 10520 All tide lands of the second class, v . , l s, telephone and garage turn—l This . WANT Classified Service SHRUBBERY PRUNING and re- planting. Oscar Plovie, 726 So. First. St. 11—1a—12-1—1M .- iROOM AND BOARD for one or [ two men. Phone 466-J, W. L. Kneeland, Olympic Highway, 2 , miles south Shelton. 11-20—25—-2t ; KEYS! l New and modern key-making equipment just installed. I Everything To Make The Little Tot Happy WAGONS — SCOOTERS TRICYCLES REPAIRS We also Repair wagons, tri- cycles, bicycles, lawmowers, etc. i SLEYSTERS FIX-IT SHOP , Good Variety of Lovely Cards CHRISTMAS CARDS Put that favorite snapshot on your Christmas Cards. Andrews Studio Xmas Greeting Cards by Gibson A Large Selection of Lovely Cards l I Fir Drug Store i A‘w Lost and Found l l l ; i i . vvvvvv v‘vvvv'vvvvvvvvvvvvv For Sale AAAAAA‘A‘AAAA“ ‘A A AlAMAA FOR SALE: cows, one just fresh. black mares. Bremerton, Rt. 1 mile from Belfair on old highway. 11—18-20-25—3t. Also team ‘) My PIANO BUYERS ATTENTION! We will have 5 pianos to be sold at special reductions in Shelton. 2 high grade Spinets, 1 Bunga- low of well established make, 1 re-conditioned upright and 1 us- ed piano. All with benches. Lowest 'possible terms given. Free delivery. For prices write at once to Silvers Piano Co., 108 Union St., Seattle. Credit Dept. 11-25-27--12-2—4--4t.. FOR SALE: beautiful I.E.S. floor lamp, perfect condition, very cheap. Mrs. E a r l Fortnum. Phone 468. 11—25--1t. 'vv'vvvvvvvvvvvvvvvwvvw Wanted ‘M‘AAA‘AAAA‘ AA‘AAAA-l mg; CAN PAY 30 cents a bale for Christmas trees, including 12 foot trees. Contact C. P. Round— tree, 1700 Yew Avenue. Phone 3759 Olympia. 11—5--12-57~1M. WANTED AT ONCE tailsst brl smooth, I truckloads of large, sound Maple and Alder logs. Higher price. Liberal scale. Prompt settlements. Northwest Chair Company, Tacoma, Wash. 11-13—18-20—25~—-4t. l WANTED: Huckleberry brush pickers. Year around employ- ment. Apply G. R. Kirk Com- pany, Allyn, Washington. 11-13-18-20-25~4t. TEADY WORK—GOOD PAYM- Reliable personvwanted to ca on farmers in Mason County. No experience or capital re- quired. Some making $100.00 in a week. Write McNESS Co., 2423 Magnolia St., Oakland, Calif. WANTED: full time housekeeper at once. Phone 152. A--11-20--tf. WANTED AT ONCE carloads—dr S truckloads of large, smooth, sound Maple and .. Alder logs. Higher price. Liberal scale. Prompt settlements. Northwest Chair Co., Tacoma. Wash. 11-20——12-2--4t. LOST: black male Police dog 6 WANTED: Cedar bolts for shakes. weeks old. Four tan feet and tan stripe across chest. Reward. , For information call 379—J, L. R. Taylor, 324 Grove or Mac’s Cor- ner 11—20—-12-2--4t _-_.-— i FOUND: keys on Mountain View fiNTED; Not weather checked. 2 ft. or 4 ft. length. Will pay from $15 to $20 cord. Melvin Kolmorgan, Route 3, Shelton. 11-25-27--12-2-4—4t. apartment or small Three good milk. D. M. Crosswhite, 1 Pa 2:1) Fl vc Ammo...“ A S RATES On Classified Advertisements 10 cents a line (Swords) first insertion, attractively low rates on subsequent insertions. Min- imum charge 400. l ac— Classified advertisements cepted over the elephone from phone subscribes». Cash should accompany all other orders or payment made before the first a of the month to save expense I of billing. An extra charge of 1 10c will be made. when billing is ’ necessary. Card of thanks 500. l l i l Classified Display lates on Request. Phone 100 'V'VWVWVVW "vvrv'vvv O For Sale “AA‘AAAAAAA ‘AA‘AAAAA‘AAK lOLD GROVJTH VVOCD for sale: E. $6.50 per cord plus tax. R. W. l Killough, phone SSS-J. l 10-30—-11-27 11W iAUBURN Golden Flake Butter- [ milk, 25¢ gallon. Binns, 825 Franklin. FOR SALE: 14—foot skiff, com- plete with oars, chain, lock, line and hook. Gunder Ordal, Rte. 3, l Shelton. 11-4wtf. OR SALE: Modern, 14«i't. trail- er house. Price is very rea- sonable for cash. Charley John- ! ston, East Dickinson street. Picture at Journal Offi J7W1l-18-2O-25~2 deit. lFOR SALE: Guernsey Jersey i F cow, years old. C. N. Allen, Rt. 1, Mill Creek Road. 11—18-277 ~4t. l ________.__,__ 1. i FOR SALE: Montag wood heater, medium size. Phone 192. H--11~13-18~20—25——4t. lFOR SALE: about 50 cord dry fir and alder. Inquire at Eagle Barber Shop. B--11-13--tf. LARGE SIZE Duplicating i SALES BOOKS 2 for 15¢ 4 for 25¢ 65¢ per dozen We also take orders for all kinds of special— PRINTED SALE-S BOOKS Our prices are as low or lower than outside salesmen can quote lyou. i THE JOURNAL Board of County Commissioners ati owned by the State of Wash- Hill. Owneri nti ' , . , , ,. , their office in'thc court house at. ington. situate in front of, ada— this adv Jougfial “kind pay for hedse furnlShed 01 Partly jinn“! 7' "rvvv‘r' "’"'“ .. , e on, as ing‘ on. on on ay, cent to or autting upon the ' is e . . n own. n~ .’ _ ishit wn t Md_ b' 008 n hd$18 $201 t I E I‘ |December 15, 1941, at 2:00 P.M., ioi" ' 500 foot of the cast 1150 I J---11-25--z.t. quire Journal Office. U__11_25_1t 511 L . , the furnishing of the followmg' dc-, . of lot 2, section 19, and the IFOR SALE, K. b I . . I ‘ scribed equipment: , I new "cot or ills east 1150 LOST: 15th Infantry insignia.I :. ’m ‘3 p‘am 1“ Per‘ WW‘M”“““‘*‘~ e . . not. less than 20 HP, Diesel i t, of 1.): 1, “who” 30, an in Marked “Can D0,, Reward for, feet condition. Reasonable for .__._.1 ’ 1113:1110 lgggttfilupB,Sp%§>d,1tappr§:itl~ ) pgrxn?sliip 22 north. range 2 west, return Phone 490' C 11 95 1t cash. Phone (ISIS-J. . ma e y i. . .... U) in 1. o 3,, It‘s, know‘ '. t‘. t. 14 . -. -— . r . ' _ 1 .redklcttion g‘ear, yllitand and, clec- U, 23. hilt}? infilun‘liive'asnf iglce'ium P--11-25-27--12-2-4-~4t.! C. ‘l'.“."f¥'. ie'r. )'.' c- -4- -‘ e . ' when you need printing igfiiioé‘ué. 1 light fill-8:333...— , ii;{3“f.‘i‘.ii‘ilifh ‘itvfmi‘l lifédhiléil‘g MaycpeRgt‘gfd 1532‘s?“ our """"""'"m~""w ATTORNEY AT LAW 1y 3 feet. Len--‘th approximately .1 "incl 1" mgr; I 9.98 l' l . . . . . . 4% fegtlflll bidd:i must gual'lntce! (thésvsl my: LM lgss‘ “ml-$1,531 Sincere apprectahtlon fog tale knl‘d- OTltletInsurance Bmldhlg .ucc ss ' ' v at $44.10. nesses, s m 3 ie‘ n eauti a , ’ s‘i t ‘i, mO-tm. {91. the term of 1 year agan-mt‘ APPLICATION NO. 10506 floral pieg’espofferebd is during 01:111. """vvvvvvvvvvvvvvvm Pposi 8 1 1'3 Nat. onal Bank delects in material and workmanship.’ A” mp. 12m of the second class. I y Phone 23 Shelton Tile Board ifiserylus the right to med m. “,0 State of Washing_ bereavement over the death of FOR SALE: 34 Inteinationalpan- ~ reject any 01' a, m ton, situate in front of. adjacent our beloved Husband and father el deliver truck. Make us of— 107 S. Fourth Phone 100 } DA};ng 'i‘His 24th day of Novem-' to or abutting upon 001m east George Stoner fer Shelton Branch, Seattle ~ W. - 12: in r 1‘, wt 3 f.t f ' .' - . ' I IC‘Il‘llinlef JDEYiggrdE'oi 1“) 4‘" Séi'itl‘lgt 2?:10‘3‘anfilheil) (2)2 -Mrs.dCieorge Stoner, First NationalllBarsikéO 25 27 4t "i V L _ _' north. range 2 wes. . .. and an amilies. I ’ ‘ ' — ' hfiving a frontage of 2.17 liéieal l—_.__________,______ m- ..___—.__ .‘NSURANCE ‘3‘" ~i . ‘9 ' (: ains more or loss, appraise at NOTICF OF SA] F OF STATE FOR SALE' 1°31 MOdel A icku 11-25. 12-241.. ington. — l H i A, — P" P T ‘ l _ rioting such portion of said NOTICE IS 1&9??st GIVEN Thati truck Gone 165,5.”13“ 40,000] HERBERT G' ABGLE' ~ -- ~ ~-— -' '~*—"“““"“~"‘—‘— """ 1: lido lands as illoy be included in on Tuesday‘ the 2nd‘day of Decémbm., miles. Good conditlon. Mrs. Ma-. office at An 1 8 dd! 1 I ‘ §11Lt(rli':;;'l“vyigfindgggmiob3 UK: i341.f (fomlliel’lClIlg at ten o‘cflocla l1; bel Carman, Matlock Route! 38 11 ng i .,<‘ 19” ii ' (3(1‘Cnfll f "dd ,'n r0n-o _ - _,_-'l 5:53:33.was“ 1910- rim ' PM M F 411 11 25 1‘" <1 .1 l I. . . j‘ r A.) ' ,4 ’ A” fixi’hlféfi’I‘IgiNqu.‘(12:19ath {(fl‘lxllty Iiirt'ufiasgnfhtstii‘llcty of)fVISa;;(liii(i){:rl— l F0011! SAISFIJ IMMgDIATELY1b’3il -- —‘. ‘I 1% I ‘« 5‘37 on. by the County Auditor 0 said smo 1e cou , in very es owned ,Dy U“); 513.1" ‘1‘ “71191111.? icounty, the foll'iwin described state lion, situate in iront of. adJa: llgndba together Qith gthe improvements Condition. Phone 2: 27 9t B. (,“m 13,. “1. ‘IWEUHS “1“le UK situated thereon, will be sold at pub- ' "' "-2: . . south Jill loot ol the north 400 119 auction to the highest bidder there. h Accounting Tax SerVIces loot oi lotu3, section 34, town- .101», t0_wit. 'VVVVV'VV'vVV'Wj'V'VV'VV B kk . s t film gil‘dlltillfi‘lékrl‘hulie VXE N([)}TI%ENgo one except citizensh ofhthe P 0° eepmg Y5 ems :" ‘. :g ' ‘” 'nie .tzt.., v ‘ swo ave \,e * dJifiulinc‘al tchains. moi-e or less, deckred Chi; to become . 123 4th st, Phone 565 in)le :igil 3%,?»1‘339. No my” such, can purchase state lands, WA‘AM‘.5AMAMA“ I m ’.d,‘1‘u'lu f’i‘l, -, 5- ,1 , APPLICATION NO. 17259 FOR _ n 2 h :iwnill(’liémtlihoqlaif (Sifl'LOVréas-liiaiigg: A trad; of land contaiflfingNgjlg/O t1?E1;IT.-Sm Clwroonig1 touse ‘ . .' h r: 2 acres, more. 01' less, in 8 ar urnis e . 058 0 own 11:;n',,.812§{:fih;§ "£.thezasE§/l 0f Section 201' W“? l ipn niZe location. Ideal for single ’ .L S m ‘ orth, Range es. feet of lot 4. section 22, township WM hem , , -. _ man or woman. $10 month. In- . i . n . -. g mor articularly de _ , . , . 23- mm}; mane-f} tysrst- W-3VI2-7v scribed as follows]? . quu‘e 619 N. Fifth. W——7-3-tf. FUNERAL HOME ‘ illnd' “(lung 4* ’9)“ 4539 2f Hi Commence at the southeast cor- , Licensed Embalmers ifi‘éldcfimi‘ifi?” m 10"S' 3p" 3;" ‘35 sag} Section 20- and Ft? ,S- FURNISHED APARTMENTS for . -. ' . , ° ' .. alon the ou ery ’ ' {fixrfeptlng (such portion lof dsald boundary line of said Sec i0n'20‘ a rent (2 andsrooms). Good lo-l PhoW Witsslgl‘sli: 1.311%}. h . ., .‘d‘ “if? “:7, Wald {ed}? rd“ “‘1”, distance of 1377.0 feet to an iiiter- cation. Very reasonable. Golds- 119 ' ‘ 9 cm- as l e ‘ toyb (1:1 ,3“? “t ’33. A" . section with the westerly right borough Apts Second and Knee. EW fit,“ 0 A “.Sllngg‘mmg ‘ d - of way line of State Road No. i4. land St .' Shaw 5,,“ ' . a “51)??- ulgus 288'3’ ’ “’1 er as now located and of record in ree‘fi' .n' ' ' . pp li%i;’tnl(,A‘fi,IO'\. 'V0 10,.“ the office of the Director of High- 3 _ -— “(m5 . ' ‘ t ‘ ‘, ”i , , ways at Olympia, Washington: FOR RENT: weather tight gar- MT. MORIAH LODGE M Ed em‘uuu All tide lands of the second class, thence N 0° 42. W along qaid a .th t fl 0 l r <»-';:.~_-;;;K , z .. ' owned by the State of Washing- ' wostefly fight of wa" line a >dis— ge W1 cemen, oor: ne “85.5.96” .fi’l‘“ tor“ Situtmiiin lir‘mt ".f' adlacent tance of 2050.4 fectyto the true bIOCK from hospltal- $350 per No' 11 F'&'A'M‘ ,Ls“:"'"”‘ i *‘ ' ' to” [al‘t‘ltfmg,3p0]97r“£-e teas} 110% l point of beginning of the tract of month. Inquire 619 N. Fifth. . . . “'11:? «sugggm ~ . 4mm;.On“".,,‘Vfi;\~wn§§ip92.2 ‘x’mrt‘l’, land being herein described; W_11_4tfl Next Regular Communication tUMfliw' lawman I range 2 west. W.M.. and having g; $37 ‘12'5' ~ _ _. NOVEMBER 29 armgontlagleéwof"Lolailifiiait “net: ‘thénce’s' 0:42. E” 105 feet. FOR RENT: available Dec. 8th, NI. H. NEEDHAM ] Egcéptgng ghcfipl’finr‘t‘mn O,- S'ai'd thence N. 89° 18‘ a, 125 feet to 3. room furnished apartment Worshi ml Master ulna tide lands as may be included in the two point .of beginning, said With private bath. Mallows Apts. p I an OYSU‘I' tract d09ded by the trad “f 13-“d helllgfifiuated "1 Ma" Phone 487-J or 181-J. 11-25--tf‘, J. L. CATTO, ' State of VVaSlllnglonlgtg J. dA. . spin Wasliiiigtoxl.\ar>prals- _-.-. ,.__, , Sepretary " Heshor, August 23. 1, un er e a . . , , _ i . . u . . I Application No. 2883. i Said lands will be sold for not FOR RENT" 5 loom fllrmshed Said lands will he sold for not less less than the appraised value above apartment. $35 month, includes __ l 'thaln the apai'aisted value gbove asttated* Etated afncll1 upon the terms and con- lights, water, gas, heat, phone. . '- ant u_on ie owns an con lions lions o owmg: _ ‘V [OllLlVVllZgZ Not less than one-tenth of the p_ur- 816 Falrmont' Phone 583 W' Not less than one—tenth of the pur-I chase price must be paid at the time C--11—25—-1t., ’ . --:_r—-.-.. lelflselpl'k'rfhlllusl. bhe paid fat1 thg tum:i sale. Theft pfiirchaser, if het be not w ' Computed for Oakland Bay . . __> .......-,, a ..., i, ‘. osae. epurcaser.i ie one eownproteimrovemensmus WE DONT have to go to DetIOlt to get a house bulk 01' a porch remodeled. The khethovvillel‘ of the ltlilpl'OkagIlentS. 111(iust forthwith pay to II): officer rliliaking Grays Harbor in \Vashington (ENE 3:51???) hour . . . v . or wi i pay 0 ie 0 icer ma mg the sale the. full amount of t e ap- u ’ Construction Industry 1§a home town, industry, in our town. It’s a home towu the. sale the full amount of the ap-l.praised value of the improvements. as Staff was named Buufmch Hal“ - . i _ praiSed value of the improvements, as i above, stated, 0ne_tenth of the pur- OI‘ by Captain Robert Gray, NIay Tues LOW 5.07 am 1 0ft andustty m labove stat-ed. Ono-tenth of the pur- chase price must be paid annuauy 7’ 1792. The state will celebrate . . H. 1“:2 . . . f . 3 i .' chase price ‘lnust be paid annually thereafter- wm, interest on an de. the ses uicentenial anniversar of NOV. 25 lg- A. 411m. 15.0 -t. m .d I I C .1 you. .. l. r . hb W ,d l2?§§3“33.3¥é22. Tris: a3}. 2.6.; va-Vments at the wt; of Captures. silo W W m 5-0“- , S 1' leCu ' ' ' . ' ’ ' ‘ i i v _. per centum per annum: rovile . 3 i . ..- . y spent on On . 3-16 your. own neig 01's V e an?“ceqritynipurpgésglnngyy “I‘aiipéidfcgi That any purchasfisr may make mg 1,—— _ _ High—171:4 p.111. 10.8 ft. feel the pinch in more ways than one if our paint, hardware and wallpaper stores closed paytmel'lt of piri'gicipltl, tintei‘estd and £3,353; agesmgigcgfl- tggtgrffid $33 “sown”, Wed. Low 6:10 am \ 2.3 ft. ' i ' ' ‘ 5“?”‘0’3" M‘s. 3* any 1.1“9 ‘1“ -°" tain doll. The urchaser of land WHEREAS. The formation of the Nov. 26 High 1:18 .m. 14.8 ft up. Suppose .We dldnt have a Single lumber yard or building supply dealer? Could Eggfiqdceg “mumforum; filmimi'mmwgé “mm pnr mm “1th Gout in} m Skoktomis? V511,”; ,3 such, LEW 8.005”, 4 Mt ‘ . ' ' ' a}. 5 . ,' , materials is prohibited by law from in he p-i'esen ma 0 oi on '10 i' : c i lwe afford to lose our plumbers, electric“, bricklayers and carpenters? Wouldn’t We 221%.?st‘loll$33333‘53.."tuéit‘vollfié'l “New” “will”? r“ u... so.“ .79 . m 10 7 it . . V . . , 'f i‘ , I; .“ ‘ =-." i ~' or materials without first 0 aiming: U 0le W'. 0U toms? an unreasonln“ "H ‘ ' ‘ {€31 the 1200, If no one could get a real estate loan 11‘! our town? SgnqlglI-:tl.el)lfdlzhfiwallatibhlytliSgtiiwoxgaggg’q fpm;nt day thet'F‘QPfinfisfgjfiner of It’ub; amount of damage to said Hde and INOV. 2; Low (:19 a.m. ‘ . - . N: am uni e u amoun o 1 1 , ,1 ,,- ,, ,_. 2;!" «A, 1. o v C o ’d s 1' - y . i gagging?lliillcofllfi'isj133ml}tang dullrih"? pricf" has been paid and Triggllitlrdtind 3.0 ft. . ut ome town (instruction n ustry‘ upp 1es_ all .these, necessary SCIVICCS. ey ve ,oexilil 1:21:93.“ We lands W made wk” Esau); .nf sgate mas are mad, algufil triatélg;vl€%dit¥in.L I , .- t ' I ' ' " is‘iv‘uw t I ,subject to the reservations of oils. \ .' . , ‘5 .4" v 1‘” .‘Ogfl'mgl Fri. Hi 11 3:16am. 11.2f. bum out t°wn and are 3‘1“ bus)’. Imp.”va lt“ 332%? c331, “Silo;“ll/iiiiii'éi'ls s33 “£3.51 eases. coal. m‘ts- miner?” and m" Swill? 135.1(lllr2i’ilidihfii 3533,03,, Egfi Nov. 28 Lng 8:28 a.m. 4.4 ft. - - — 9 . H . . . Sill-‘1 9f every name“ a?dt,,de‘ sgsiptggn egirdv “ilatmg‘qggggongfdtmfl: of 25’llllll‘S. per hour placed on: High 2:50 p.m. 14.3 ft. one thlng We cant Improve‘ Thats e free enterprise system our construe. :g‘dptdgildilliggistopxlgmfibed‘Riga conditions lirnsin-tihed in SGCH‘I‘" Eillpdtrlllilféji-iiilfllvum Mid “Md be PLOW 9:52 pm. 2.0 it. .. - \ s . ~ - i . - f :1 iv‘ 2:6 5 the Laws of 1907. a'm” chapter 258 of the Laws of 1907- ’ i . . a '-—'*' 11011 Industry. We have the PIOOf It Works best. 'And We like It! ~ 3 gal/fillgn‘dl veillobe sold subject to Said land will be sold subject to figuav‘lnfsgii‘fgfi'hpwaigfilg”“- ‘1”:5 Sat. High 4:23 a,m_ 12.0 ft, the terms. conditions and _l‘eservations the terms. mndiiions and reservations ' {go/nu) OF COUNTY‘ COMMIS‘ ‘NOV 29 I 6V, 9.31 am 5 1ft, v. - . of (anal or 312 of the Sessmn La_ws of M "l‘la’n‘or 312 of the Session Laws of ' - 1 ‘ V ‘ 4. .' n: ' ‘ 51123“ no?! -- in your pm 11021.6 - 111 your own community. 1927, relating to v ill-"Ills for rights- 1927, relating to easements for righls- SIONERS MASON COL‘NTY, High o.28 pm. 14.1 ft. “ '“ ‘ (if—way and the < irylng ‘ot timber. of—way and the carrying of timber. WASHINGTON. LOW 1033011m. 3.2 ft. ‘ stone, minerals and other products' stone. hinerals and other products _,,,,_,., 'er tle same. i, th, .ame. l . .. .v ,~_ , , l 5 BUSINESS MMINE '0‘ ‘ JACK TAYLOR, 0‘” Q _ JACK TAYLOR. R. TRENCKMANN, Chair- Sun. High .121 am. 12,3 rt. Commissiglcifififofi’fiblgkLEgds. Commissinnor of Puma» Inglis. ATTFST man of Board. ‘ Nov. of} Low 1(i.2l)a.m. 18g . . .. . a . . . . -‘ ' . i' . Bv FRANK YATE. 1. -li ‘i 42’); on. ". . . * * * * * * * * * * Aflnlstalll. Commissioner. Assistant Commissioner, HARRY DEYETTE, Lily 11.64 ‘ nil 35ft 11—4-11-18-25. 12—2v5t. 11-4.1145, 12-2..“ Clerk of Board. 11-25. 12-24“. P‘ '