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Sda ,, November 2.7, 1941' FINED FOR DRUNKENESS Three Skokomish Valley men, Floyd and Alva Savage and Mil- ton Tanner, were fined $10 each Francisco, Nov. 21.—Ray— by Police Judge M. C. Zintheo Inc” today declared the reg- yesterday on drunkeness charges arterly dividend of 50 cents following their arrests Saturday ,9, payable January onlby Policemen Roy Roessel and (1 stock of record Decem- Bill Compton. ONIER TO PAY , . CENT DIVIDENDI 1941. YOU CAN? SELL UNTIL "you fliggApuytgi USE WANT-ADS SHELTON BAPTIST CHURCH I I J. 0. Bovee, Pastor. Lowell Pow- Sl-I E UPON— IO.P.M. Restricts un a so 100 a 9:45 a.m. withl S M 1 1 t ' Use Of Chlorine classes for all ages. ers, Supt. Morning worship at 11. and Juniors meeting at 6:15 Evening service at 7:30. l i The Baptist Church is a sing- B.Y.P.U.’s Senior, Intermediate p.m. ' and ‘3' l FINAL DIVORCE GRANTED iug church, where the Old<fash- ~ ,I ,. principal coal fields in I Judge D. F. Wright signed a fi- ioncd Gospel is preached, >leas a‘: are in Cowlitz, King. I ha] divorce decree in superior where a glad welcome is extended i tailsa .: Lewis, Pierce, Skagit, court Saturday for Ida M. from to all to worship with us, if you 2W _n and Whatcom counties. Charles Rader. Ihave no other church home. ffppearance cunts when you need printing 107 S. Fourth 1.. ....x:u Plum :5: no ::‘.'..':.'.:v - . .mdustty 111 every town! i 1y NATION'S Bosmnss Mam * * * in your p e r s o n a l solicitation. “Manual, Wlflk‘thil, as much in your printed message as it does 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 Call The JOURNAL Phone 100 ~ w: LIKE THIS HOMiTOWN mommy] I... , WE DON’T have to 'go to Detroit to get a house built Or 'a‘ porch remodeled. The Construction Industry is a home town industry in our town. It’s a home town (The dollars spent on local Construction circulate among your Own neighbors. feel the pinch in more ways than one if our paint, hardware and wallpaper stores closed up. Suppose we didn’t have a single lumber yard or building supply dealer? Could We 'afl‘ord to lose our plumbers, electricians, bricklayers and carpenters? Wouldn’t we feel the pinch too, if no one could get a real estate loan in our town? Our home town Construction Industry supplies all rhese necessary services. They’ve built our town and are still busy improving it. One thing we can’t improve. That’s the free enterprise system behind our Construc- , tion Industry. We have the pr00f it Works best. And we like it! Invest now_':h your om home your own community. I I I Washington, Nov. 15.~#Decreas-I ed use Of chlorine in the manufac-I fture of pulp, paper and paste -l jboard which will result in lessi Iwhiteness or “brightness” in prac— I In Paper Making itically all grades of paper, ex—i lccpt newsprint, in which no Ichlorine is used, was ordered to. day by the director of priorities, leffective immediately. . The change would be noticeablc,} lthe announcement said, on ‘Closei fexamination but would not be ob—i servable on casual inspection. In, Igeneral, the order would make[ ivirtually all grades of paper cor-l grespond to the standards of 1931- I 32. ‘ Chlorine enters many phases of: defense production, among its im— portant uses being the manufac- ture of plastics for degaussing cable which makes ships immune’ to magnetic mines, in manufac- turing water-proofing paraffins .for canvas, as a solvent in arm- ament plants, in manufacture of gun-cotton, as a coolant for iliquid-cooled airplane engines, in, the manufacture of non-freezing dynamite, and in chemical war- fare. Today’s order was described by, the OPM as designed to have 60,- i 000 tons of chlorine a year, which is half the new chlorine entering the paper manufacturing indus- .try annually. The chlorine eats out foreign matter to increase the white quality of paper. All : the chemical saved will go direct- ! ly to defense uses. "Brightness ceilings” for paper, were provided in the order, rang- ling from a cut of four points in i100 percent rag content writing paper to total elimination of chlo- rine in groundwool, the grade, commonly used in “pulp” maga- zines and books. The order did not apply to stocks on hand produced prior to the'applicable dates of the order, and therefore probably will have no effect on the glitter of paperl decorations and package wrap—; I pings for the approaching Christ- mas season. NO restriction was placed the use of chlorine for sanitary I purposes. ‘ L on Producers who manufacture their own chlorine were required to comply with the order. Broadening the assistance al-1 ready extended to research labora— tories, the priorities division is- . sued an order assigning a prefer- ,cnce rating to acquisition of the ‘ scarce materials required by man- I ufacturers of necessary labora- i tory chemicals and equipment. “What sorts of things do you] teach the Recruits to make in the) U. S. Navy Service Schools 7” ask- , ed a visitor to the Naval Train-I ,ing Station at Norfolk, Virginia.) i “Well, here is a sample of one ofi ,the most simple objects,” repliedg an officer as he picked up a solidi 'mctal ash tray. “It is just an» ,ordinary, standard machine part. but it’s one of the projects thatf beginners are taught to turn out in the foundry and machine shop. It‘s made 79f scrap metal. Later it will be worked over into a ser- ies of other ohiects and eventual- llv melted and the metal used again I by the next class.” . l I I I i l We’d MASON COUNTY JOURNAIJ Real Estatewv FOR SALE: 4 room house and acre of land; 7 room house and s 21/; acres on and near Arcadia Road; 1931 Chevrolet coupe; 1927 Buick sedan. L. R. Kolm— organ, Arcadia Road. FOR SALE2'5 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 2! bed rooms. Light, water, heat, gas, telephone and garage furn— ished. $35.00. FOR—SALE 7-room modern home with large tract of land. Excellent ground with lawn and flowers. This will make a fine suburban home. Close in. $3,000 with $500 down- or $2500 cash. 6-ROOM modern home, hard—wood floors, fireplace, fixll basement and furnace. 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—$4375.00. 3—ROOM modern home close in. Nice 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 mvvvvm O "m For Rent FOR RENT: small 2-room house partly furnished. Close to town in nice location. Ideal for single man or woman. $10 month. In- quire 619 N. Fifth. VV—7-3—tf. FURNISHED APARTMENTS for rent (2 and3rooms). Good lo- cation. Very reasonable. Golds- borOhgh Apts, Second and Knee- land Streets, Shelton. 5-7-tf. FOR RENT: weather tight gar- age with cement floor. One block from hospital. $3.50 per month. Inquire 619 N. Fifth. W—11-4tf. FOR RENT: available Dec. 8th, room furnished apartment with private bath. Mallows Apts. Phone 48T—J or 181—J. 11-25--tf ‘4‘; ‘ApAAw Am“,w‘ “A Lost and Found LOST: black male police dog 6 weeks old. Four tan feet and tan stripe across chest. Reward. For information call 379—1, L. R. Taylor, 324 Grove or Mac‘s Cor- ner 11—20--12—2--4t Strictly Fresh RCHARDISTS in Santa Cruz set out pans of beer to attract and drown moths. Hoboes drank up the beer. At least we can 110136 they drowned their sor- rows. ’1; 1‘ Chairman Sabath of the House Rules Committee says dollarna- year defense officials make fools Of congressmen. Does that ex- plain some of the utterances we’ve seen in print lately? ='fi "‘ , A “shoe bandit” made his vic- tim take off her shoes when he held her up at 2:35 a. m. Maybe he was afraid she’d wake up her family. a: .1. ¥ 41 * A Minnesota town passed an ordinance requiring fast trains to slow down from‘ 60 to 30 miles an hour. Trainmen protested when the town council wante’d to enforce a 20 mile speed limit. Engineers are lucky they got away without .being forced to stop at every traffic light. "? ‘How Dry 1 Am A new radio—hair dryer for beauty shops'is being tested by Maureen Malone of Chicago. Speaker_ inside .the dryer brings program to her- eggs. 10-28—11-28»—»—1M Also large unfin-‘ [Whose right will I. I l a... Classified Servi u- SHRUBBERY PRUNING and res planting. Oscar Plovie, 726 80. First. St. I or Beckwith 11-27—.1t. at Hotel Shelton, Jewelry Store. I KEYS! New and modern key—making I equipment just installed. I Everything To Make The Little Tot Happy 1 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. l Andrews Studio " Xmas Greeting Cards by Gibson A Large Selection of Lovely Cards Fir Drug Store I LEGAL PUBLICATIONS '3 NOTICE OF WATER RIGHT APPLICATION NO. 5613 State of W'ashington Office of Sn pcrvxsor of Hydraulics Olympia TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN; Notice is hereby (given that Geo. H. iThomas of Lilliwaup, State of Wash- ington, under date of Nov. 14, 1941. filed with- the State Supervisor Hydgaulgcsmowmpia, Msllington, an 'applicaton for a‘ permit to divert the public waters of Coo Coo Creek tribu- tary of Hood Canal, in the amount of 3.5 second feet subject to existing rights. continuously of each year for the purpose of Irrigation, supplies for cabin camp, and trout pools that the approximate point of diVersion is located within NEl-g of SEE of Section 14. Township 24 N., Range 3 West W. M., 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- I’alleS. Olympia. Washington, togeth— er with such other information a.“ is required by law. Any person, firm or. corporation be injuriously of- fooled by said application may file with the State Supervisor of Hyd- raulics. at Olympia, Washingtqn- SUCh objections or representations. 1n writ- lng. as he may desire to make, within thirty (30) days after date 01 last publication, which date is November 27. 1941. . . Witness my hand and officml seal this 17th day of November. A. D. 1941. CHAS. J. BARTHOLET. Stale Supervisor of Hydraulics. (SEAL) 11-20-27v-2t. No. 4053. SIIMMONS FOR PUBLICATION. In the Sn crior Court of the State i 0f “’as ington for Mason County, VIOLET HAMILTON, Plaintiff, vs. HUGH HAMILTON. Defendant. THE STATE OF WASHINGTON, T0 HUGH HAMILTON, Defendant, GREETINGS: You are hereby summoned to appear Within 60 days after the date of the first publication of this Summons, to— wit: within 60 days after the 16th day of October, 1941, and defend the above entitled action in the above entitled Court, and answer the Com- plaint of the Plaintiff, and serve a copy of your Answer~uan.th_e Un— 'ersigned Attorney for Piamllff. at his Office below stated, and in case of your will be rendered against you accord- ing to the demands of the complaint. which has been filed w1th the Clerk I of the said Court; the objects of this action are that Plaintiff seeks to have annulled and declare null and void, ,lier purported marriage to you on or ‘about July 15th, 1938. or 111 the al— ternative to secure an Interlocutory Decree of Divorce from yon; to have, return, and restore to her, her former name of Violet Douglas, and ,to have l Lots 14 and 15, in Block 197. TOWns1te of Port Angeles, Clallam County. Washington, adjudged, decreed. and , determined to be her sole and separate property. } CHAS. R. LEWIS, ' Plaintiff's Attorney; Office and Post Office Address, Suite .1. Lumbermen's Building, Shelton, Mason County. Washington. ' 10—16-23-30. 11—6-13-20-27—‘7t. No. 1397 'OTICE OF HEARING ON FINAL .CCOIINT, nun-01th AND PETITION 0F EXECUTRIX FOR SETTLEMENT, DISTRIBUTION AND DISCHARGE. 511': the Superior court of the State of I Washington in and for'the County of Mason, I Probate. IN THE MATT‘ER'OF THE ESTATE gof HARRY A. YOUNG. Deceased. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that Kathleen Young. Executrix of the above. estate. has filed herein her final account. report and petition for settlement and distribution of the icstatc of the deceased. wherein the ICourl. is asked to approve zcount and report, and make distribu- ltion Of the estate, and discharge the L Exmutrix. NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN, that, in accordance with an order of said Court made and entered on the 18th day of November, 1941. a hearing will be had before the Court on said final account, report and petition on>Sat- urday. the 20th day of December, 1941. at 10 O'clock. A,M.. on said day in the Court Ream of said Court House at Shelton, Washington. Dated this 18th day of November, 1941. CLARE ENGELSEN, Clerk of the Superior Court for Mason County. Washington. ALDEN C. BAYLEY. Attorney for Executrix. Title Insurath Building, Shelton. Washington. 11-20-27. 12-4-11—4t. iif' Domestic , failure so to do, Judgment w.— . ___....4 ———-———_—_..__._ JOURNAL W I e 'VVVV' vvvvv'vvvvvvvvvvvvv For Sale I AAAAAAAA‘AAAA‘AAA A AluA“ I I 11-1—12-1—1MI I PIANO BUYERS ATTENTION! at special reductions in Shelton. a 2 high grade Spinets, 1 Bunga- .PIANO TUNING: Friday anal Saturday only. F. F. Rich-' mond in town. Leave orders 1' Lowest possible terms I i FOR “SALE: l l ‘ ton Shoe Repair. I I I I I l I I I I I I I said ac- .' I figurneyt Iglfixéntiff at histffice Fri. High 3:16 am 11.2 ft. ow s ac , in case 0 'our . failure so, to. do, judgment wind be NOV. 28 Low 8,28 a.m 4.4 ft. rendered against you acch‘ding to ngh 2.50 p.m 14.3 ft. the demands of the Complaint which LOW 9252 p.111 3.0 ft. has1 béen file%]u'lth_tlite (Eli/3k of the _ "- salt ourt. IL‘ 0’19? 0- ‘is action Sat High 4 28 am 190R 18 that Plaintiff socks Jud'J'lIlf-Int a ainst i ' a ‘ {Eu on his.f ffigjsgause box: actign NOV. 29 9m 0 sum 0 t. on an acneun Igl I p.m. .’ I - stated; that Plaintiff seeks judgment . ‘. lagainst ytéu in the étsumtof $1127.79 03 Low 10‘30 p‘m‘ 1'2 ft' is secon cause 0 acio’n, or an _ *— ondaccount‘ otf bgglntfl i-quired hto Spay. Nsun- 30 I‘IIJlgh 5:24 a.m. 12.7 ii.“ an haying o c ‘on mac . ea - ov. ow 10:27 ".m. .7f . the First National Bank. $127.79 on H, h 4.02“m 128 ft radios mortgaged to said Bank. Plain- g p' _' '_ ' ' tiff having guaranteed payment there- LOW 11:04 p.m. 0.0112. of. and said radios havingr been sold . ——_._. without the payment of the Mort- M011. High 6:10 am. 13.4 ft. gages thereon. tand Plaipltiff seeks Dec. 1 Low 11:15 am, 6,1ft, u gmcn asams you in .ie sum 0' - ‘. ' I $100.00. which 54100.00 he was coman- ngh 4‘31 p‘m‘ 13'6 ft‘ ed to pay to Shelton Branch. Seattle LOW 11134121“. '0-1 ft- First National Bank upon his Guer- v——~—. autce to buy ,ipvtsnrnc.fwafi compelledf Tues High 6:48 am. 13.9 ft. 0 pay unpau axes in w sum 0 . 12.50. and parts wcro missing from Dec' 2 14.0w 12:59 a'm' G'Eft' said radios: at the value of $10.00. and High 5-00 P-m- 13-0 ft- Plaintiff has attached your equity in ' ‘thc following]:r (lCSfiI‘ihGél Rteal Prop— \Ved. Low 12:04 a.m. -0.5 ft. erty. situaim in w ouny of Ma- DeC 3 Hi h 7-2331“ 14314; son. State of Washine‘ton. to-wit: The ' g Z ' ’ West 40 feet of Lot 13. monk 15. mm LOW 12-40 P-m‘ 6-6 “- crest Addition to Shelton, V'zshing- High 5:29p.m. 13.3ft. ion. 33d seka t? have. thfi same im- .____ pressc wit] a .1011 in ie' sum of . $252.64 for costs and disbursements, -Thurs‘ Ll)? 1?]"ééa‘m’ herein incurred, and to have the. said 1390- 4 H18“ - a-m- 1‘1- property sold to satisfy the said judg— LOW 1:18 p.m. 6.7 ft. ment and Lien. i . SEAS. IEPLEthIg High 6.00 p.m. 13.2 ft. ice an as ice . ’“ . Address: Suite 1' FI'I. 1 .96 all}. - 1.0 ft. Lumbé‘slimfin's 1finild— Dec. 5 High 8229 3.111. 14.8 ft. mg. is on, ,ason - County. Washington. 10-30. 11-6-13-20-27. 12-4-11—7t. 1g . .‘ re-conditioned upright and 1 us- ed piano. All with benches. given. Free delivery. For prices write at once to Silvers Piano Co., 108 Union St, Seattle. Credit Dept. outboard motor. FOR SALE: about 50 cord dry fir and alder. Inquire at Eagle Barber Shop. B--11-13--tf. FOR “ETA—LE? ’OEtTr—iigey - Jo’s; cow, 5 years old. C. N. Allen, Rt. 1, Mill Creek Road. We will have 5 pianos .to be sold' I low of well established make, ll 11-25-27--12-2-4-—4t.l 5-horse Evinrudez Inquire Shel-i 11-27~—1t. I I I Page Elchn Am NT ADS RATES On Classified Advertisements 10 cents a line (Swords) first insertion, attractively low rates on subsequent insertions. Min- imum 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 v. vvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvv . For sue AAAAAA‘WP am 11‘18'27‘4t' OLD GROWTH WOOD for sale: I CV V 7' Vm‘ Vv Vvvvw" V'V'I Wanted .‘uuu‘w ‘4 “““m CAN PAY 30 cents a bale for ‘Christmas trees, foot trees. Contact C. P. Round- tree, 1700 Yew Avenue. Phone 3759 Olympia. 11—5--12—5——1M. STEADY WORK—GOODWPVAYI—i— Reliable person wanted to call including 12 l on farmers in Mason County.1 No experience or capital re- quired. Some making $100.00 in a week. Write McNESS Co., 2423 Magnolia Sir, Oakland, Calif. WANTED AT ONCE carloads or truckloads of large, smooth, $7.50 per cord plus tax. R. W. Killough, phone 686-1 ' 11-27. 12-30~1M. AUBURN Golden Flak: Butter- milk, 25¢ gallon. Buns, 825 Franklin. FOR SALE: 14-foot skiff,‘ com- plete widfi oars, chain, look, fine- and hook. Sunder Ordal, aRte. 3, Shelton. 11-11-40; 'FOR SALE: Modem, iii-rt. trail- I I er house. Price is very rea- sonable for (3351?. Charley 501m- ston, East Dickinson street. Picture at Journal Office. J—11-18e20.-25-27~4t. sound Maple and Alder logs. SALEH Monarch Electric Higher price. Liberal scale. Prompt settlements. Northwest Chair Co., Tacoma, Wash. 11-20-—12—2--4t. WANTED: Cedar bolts for shakes. 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. WANTED: apartment or small house furnished or partly furn— ‘ished. $18 - $20. In town. In- I range. Automatic clock. Phone 258. D—11f23. 12-2we2ti W3 so), 300m .. 2 for. 15$ 4 for 25¢ 65¢ per dozen We also take orders for of menial—- PRINTED SALES I . quire Journal office. U--11-25-1thur prices are as low or lower FOR SALE: Kimbel piano in per-[than outside salesmen can quote fect condition. Reasonable for cash. Phone 496—J. P--11-25—27--12-2-4--4t.l 'Wv" vv vvvvvvtvvvvw' Used Cars p- l FOR SALE: ’34 International pan- el delivery truck. Make us of- fer. Shelton Branch, Seattle First National Bank. 11-18-20-25—277~4t. FOR SALE IMMEDIATELY: ’36 Oldsmobile coupe, in very best condition. Phone 412. L--11—25-27-—2t. W No. 78031 NOTICE OF PRIVATE SALE REAL PROPERTY In the Superior Court of the State of “'nshington in and for King Coun- ty In Probate. In the Matter of the Estate of ANNIS HEINER, Deceased. 0F Notice is hereby given that in com- . court en- ‘ pliancc Willi the order of tered in the above entitled cause the undersigned administrator will. on the 10th day of December, 1941. sell the following described parcel of real property, to—wit: One Quarter (‘4) interest in: N. 1,.'_. of Lot 3, and all land lying of Ewald's Creek of L. 2 in Sec. 15, Twslip. 23. N. R 3 West. W. M. with equal rights to the water of Ewald's Creek, Mason County, Washington at private sale, at 855 Dexter Horton Building, Seattle, King County, Wash-i ingtun. All bids for said property must be in writing and addressed to the undersigned administrator and dc- livm'cd to him or to his attorneys at the above address or filed with the clerk of the above court at or before moon of the 10th day of December, 1941; the bids shall specify the terms, of the offer and none will sidered where the 90% of the appraised value of said above described real property. Dated at Seattle, Washington, this 19th day of November. 1941. A. ALLEN MOSS, Administrator. LITTLE, BURGUNDER & SMITH, Attorneys for Administrator 855 Dexter Horton Building Seattle, Washington. 11-27. 12—4—2t. No. 4023 SUMMONS FOR PUBLICATION In the Superior Court of the State of W'nshington for Mason County PAUL G. ALLISON, d/b/a MOTOR— OLA DISTRIBUTION COMPANY, Plaintiff, vs. STEVEN GALLANT, Dc- fondant. THE STATE OF WASHINGTON TO THE SAID Greetings: You are hereby summoned to ap- pear within 60 days after the date of the fix-stpublicatlon of this Summons, to—wit: Within 60 days after the 30m day of October, 1941, and defend the above entitled Action in the above en- titled Court, and answer the com- plaint of Plaintiff. and serve a copy of your Answer upon the undersigned _ be con— offer is less than STEVEN GALLANT: I you. THE JOURNAL Wmvvvvv‘ "vv‘v-rm' , m _‘ Al. CARDS. 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 Service: Bookkeeping Systems 123 ‘(th St. i’lmne 685 WITSIERS , FUNERAL HOME Licensed Embalmcro W A. Witsiers, ~ . ' .- Phone 180 9 ,~ Shelia; “a, ' gala. v MT. MORIAH Locos No. 11 F.&.A.M. Next Regular Communication- NOVEMBER 29 M. H. NEEDHAM Worshipful My ter J. L. CATTO, Secretary. Tides of the week Computed for Oakland Bay (Hood Canalltides are one hour 55 minutes earlier;