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L , December 2, 1941. you CAN’T SELL UNTIL you FIND A BUYER! usgwA 30111 ’ ted Knox o as an ties are ,val rec Servic‘e lingly,",V ;he loco. ng ma Naval our lo Youn' 'ice age 1 defer er the? y offe. and their :nits to to 31,- e the ' icants ten co . lardians to ex ents ocal Se Faube school for 3 1y ambi nan of 001 ch‘ 1 and I} e acce m’s-ne ‘ "AAAAAAAAAM:A“A Late to Cl'aSSify l YOUR MgAfinuw to12:15‘ E: Lloyd baby buggy. air and nursery chair. onable. Phone 153-R. '~ L—-12—2--1t. T: 4-room house with (1 water: 3 cabins part— hed. 5 miles south on C highway. J. B. Norman. I 12—2-4--2t. ‘ : eight geese $2.50 and ch, alive. Inquire Jour- JE ce. T—-12-2--1t. -TON — 2 girl for housework. m, Fer R‘lrl preferred. Jack Ren— ilwauk. Phone 7-F-5. 12-2—1t. . . Ds in Uncle Sam’s Navy >- leter outfitted with li- 5 P-m' in hich are supplied with , the Bureau of Naviga- Eday lit 40 books are allotted “‘6'” to battleships, 30 to d lessgr numbersto the “sels. ’ M ' u {cunt must have all the brisknéSs, appearance and good taste as your high priced well-dressed salesmen, that’s if you want them both to do 107 S. Four NTA AND JOEY HERE SOON Santa Claus and Joey the Clown will be here soon, bringing the annual Shell Christmas Show. It’s a mu- sical puppet revue this year, full of singing, dancing and comedy. At the conclusion of each performance, Santa will distribute candy to all good boys and girls“ Elma Nosing Nine From Grid Champs Elma, Nov.. 27.—Coach George Hermes will lose his entire 1941 backfield, and- all but tw0 of his linesmen, Earl Robinson and Joe Hasbrouck, besides three on the second team, but his policy of developing freshmen and soph— omores as he goes alOng makes the prospects for next year pret— ty fair. The nine regulars who played their last game in the Clover Park contest last Thursday were Galen Jacobsen, quarter; 'LeRoy Wade and Les Winders, halfbacks; Bob Osgood, fullback; Bryce Ingham and Dwight Grass, ends; Jim Lof- gren, tackle; L. Gowan and Claude Cur-ran, guards. Also to graduate in June are Bob Hughes, Bobby Smith and Ralph Borden. Medical officers in the U. S. Navy conduct daily inspections of »§hip's.galleysewhere the food is prepared. 'EFood Stamp List i l In December Aids Fo-od-FBEDefense Sixteen food items, pork, butter and fresh grapefruit, are on the blue stamp foods list designated for the month of Dec— ember by the U. S. Secretary of Agriculture Claude R. Wickard, it was announced today by Howard T. Heun, district supervisor for the USDA Surplus Marketing Ad- ministration. Following is the complete list which stamp plan customers may purchase with blue food stamps during December (which is the same as November‘s with fruit added); Pork (all cuts, fresh, including chilled or frozen, salt-. ed, cured, smoked, but not cooked or packed in metal or glass con- tainers); butter; corn meal; shell eggs: raisins, dried prunes, hom- iny grits; dry edible beans; wheat and Whole wheat (graham) flour; enriched wheat flour; fresh grape- fruit; fresh pears: fresh apples; fresh oranges; and all fresh vege- tables. including potatoes. 5,500 food retailers who handle stamp plan business in this area which covers the state of Wash. rington, should have the new list on display beginning December 1, Heun stated. The blue stamp foods list plays an important part in Federal ag- ricultural programs which are assisting farmers in the Food-for- Defense production drive now in progress; he pointed out. “Infield- dition to the nutritional value ofl blue stamp foods to families who are unable to buy the food neces. sary for adequatehealth,‘ the list helpsto stabilize prices which farmers receive for their total pro- duction of. blue stamp commodi- ties. “The added-market among low- budget families, and price-stabil- izing effect of blue stamp sales, amounting to $10,000,000 monthly for the Nation, are encouraging farmers to meet production de- mands now upon them'under the Food—for-Defense programs.” 20 YEKE SENTENCE 0N RAPE CHARGE A maximum sentence of 20 years in the state prison at Wal- la Walla was meted out in su- perior court Saturday by Judge John M. Wilson to William Frank- lin Smith, a Hood Canal shark— liver fisherman, on a chart?!6 0f rape. . Smith pleaded guilty to having forcibly assaulted a waitress. em- PIOYed in a Union City eating place last Wednesday night. The woman told Prosecutor Frank Heuston that Smith forced his -way into her car as she was starting for her home after come pleting work Wednesday night, drove her (80.18. spoE-near Potlstch and choked her into submission. :ppearance .5, when you need printing th as much in your printed. messageasiit in your p e r s o n a1 solicitation. When you send out your sales message IN PRINT, it . a first class job of selling- Printing- Of' this type is designed and produced in the modern and well-manned plant of the Call The I OUR” including ‘ grape- ' NT--ADS l l l l l l l county. v ;in THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE REGAL PUBLICATlililfi—l RESOLUTION VVI—IEREAS. The formation of the soil in the Skokomish Valley is such that the present mat of oil on the valley road will not carry heavy loads of logs without doing an unreasonable! amount of damage to said road, and WHEREAS, The Dis Engineer. Department of Highw: has called attention to this condition, BE IT RESOLVED, That Loggingl Trucks be limited to 4.500 ft. B.M.' to the load. and that a speed limit of 25 miles per hour he placed on said trucks, and that said road be posted accordingly. th' is Done at Shelton, Washington, 24th day of November, 1941. ‘ BOARD OF COUNTY COMMIS<: SIONERS MASON COUNTY, \VASHINGTON. VINCENT E. PAUL, FRED FERRIS, JR” 1 L R. TRENCKMANN, Chair— man 'of Board. ATTEST: ‘ ! HARRY DEYETTE, ' Clerk of Board. 11-25. 1222!. (14) N O T I (‘ E NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thatl pursuant to and in conformity With, an order of the Board of County Commissioners of Mason County, State of Washington, duly made and enter- ed on the 24th day of November, 1941. ordering the undersigned to scll,l in the manner provided by law (Seed tion 133. Chapter 263. Laws 01 1927), the undersigned will on Saturday, tliel 27th day of December, 1941 at the] hour of ion o‘clock in the fol’cnoon of said day, at the front door of the. Court House in the City of Shelton. said County and State, offer for sale, at not less than the minimum price stated below. plus advertising and: cruising costs. to the highest and best bidders, all the right, title, and in- terest of said Mason County, except— ing therefrom, however, all public roads, CCC roads, streets or alleys now in use, or rights—of—way for roads now owned by, or sought to be appropriated at this date for public roads. CCC roads or streets, by said and provided further that proceeds from sale of forest products ! l I shall apply on contracts. in and to the following described real proper- ties, situated in said County and State, to—wit: Description No. 1. Lots 1 and 2, Block 5, Beverly Heights Addition to Shelton. Mason County, Washington. Offer $10.00. Description No. 2. Lots land 2, Block 16, Olympic View Addition to Shelton. Mason County, Washington. Offer $10.00. Description No. 3, Blocks 28, 29 and.- 30, Hood Canal Land & Improvement Co‘s. Plan of Union City, Mason County, Washington. Ofier $7.50. Description No. 1. Nu; NEE; SE14 SW14, Sl/rZ NW1,4 SE11 SW14, Nl/z' SE14 SE14 SW14, and SW14 SE14, all in Section 5, Twp. 22 N., Range! 1 Offer $55.00. Description. No. 5. N. 20 Acres in SE14 NW1/, Section 20. Twp. 22 N., Range 1 Offer $25.00. Description No.,6. Government Lot 7. Section 31, Twp. 23 N., Range 1 W.W.M.; and Tract No. 2 of Section 31. described as follows: Commencing at the Southwest corner of Lot 0 at water edge running North on West line 780 feet; thence East 578 feet; thence Smith 832 feet; thence along the water 886 feet to place of begin- ning. all in Lot 6 and SW14. of NE»; | of Section 31, Township 23 North.‘ Range 1 West. known as part of, Thomas Griffith claim. containing 12’ acres, more or less, Offer $48.00. l Description No. 7. NEV, SE14, SW14 SE14, SE14. SE14, all in Sec—- tion 1. Twp. 20 N., Range 3 W.W.M.,l Offer $120.00. ' Description No. 8. Unrecorde Plat of Mill Creek Park, Tract No. 27. described as follows: That -P01‘tion of the North Half of the North Half of the Southeast quarter of the South-l west quarter and all that portion of the North half of the North half of the Southwest quarter ofthe South- east quarter lying West of Gosnell’s (Mill) Creek, all in Section 25. Town~' ship 20 North. Range West. W.M.,i Mason County. Washington, the said! described land being known as Tract? 27 of the Unrccorded Plat of Mill' Creek Park. Offer $25.00. Description No. 9. Sb; svvl/t swi/Y} Section 28: and NW% NWIA, Sec— tion 33. both in Two. 20 N., Range 3 VV.W.M. Offer $60.00 cash. ' Description No. 10. sWi/l SW14. Section 8. Twp. 21 N., Range 3 W,W_ M. Offer $60.00. Description No. ,.-11. Tract No. 3, a iract of land formerly . known and' described as Blncks 5 and 13 togetherl with portion of Streets adjacent there~ to. McReavy'S 'Ist Addition to Union' City; now vacated. Said land being in Government Lot 3. Section 31, Twp. 22 N., Range 3 Offer $10.00. Description No. 12, NWV, svvi/h SWMQZSIQ‘IM. SW81. all in Sec- tion 2 , WI) ., Range 3 Offer 515120.00.f Description No. 13. SE14 SW 1A. Section 10. TWO. 22 N., Ran e 4 W- W.M. Offer $80.00. g OMER L. DION. Treasurer of Mason County. 12-2-9—16—3t. No'rlcr cryoniieg ‘ A , 1 KING FINAL REPORT AND PETITION FORV DISTRIBUTION In: the Superior, Court of the State of Washln 101 f i In Probateg I 01 Mason County I (SEAL) OF EMIL PAULSON, Deceased. Donald Paulson, Administrator of the Estate, Sf‘ Emil Paulson, Deceased, havmg file herein his final Report and Petition for Distribution, asking" the iCourt to .settle andapprove said: Report, distribute the property toi those thereto entitled, and to dis- charge sald Administrator. I now, THEREFORE, NOTICE Isl HEREBY GIVEN, that pursuant to an, Order of the above entitled Court. duly made and entered herein on the 29th day of November, 1941. said Final-Rm,” and Petition for Dis- tribution Will be heard at the Court Room m the Court House in» Shel- ton. Washmgton, at the hour of 10‘ O'clock in the forenoon. on Saturday, the 3rd day of January. 1942. Dated this 29th day of November, 1 941. CLARE ENGELSEN, CHAS. R. LEWIS. county Clerk' Attorney for Administrator, Suite 1, Lumbermen's Bldg., Shelton, Mason County, Washington. (SEAL) m“ 12—2-9-16—315. CALL FOR~~BIDS F0 SE HAND DIESEL MARII’EE FOR NEW FERRY -. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that sealed bids will be received by the| Board of County Commissioners 91:7 their office in the court house a ‘ Shelton, Washington. on Monday? December 15, 1941, at 2:00 P.M., for the furnishing of the following de— scribed equipment:‘ ‘ Not less than 20 H.P. Diesel Speed approxi. mariner motor. mately 1.200,,R.P.M. Built in 2 to 1 reduction gear, hand» and elec~ tric starter. Weight approximate- motor for. the term- of 1 yea 'a ainst defects in material and work‘tnagship. The Board, reserves the right to reject any or all bids. DATED THIS 24th day of Novem- ly 1800 lbs. Height approximate— i 11y f3 tfeet. Length approximately ' ee . Successful bidder must guaranteei ber, 1941. HARRY DEYETTE. Clerk of the Board of (Bliounty CCommissioners,I ason u 11-25. 12-2—2t. 0 n y’ .3223. GET A TRAVELERS accident ticket for every trip. 25c per day. Rates lower on longer periods. See Herb Angle NOW.l ‘ l l l SIIEL’I‘ON—MASON COUNTY JOURNAL. . ment. ' FOR RENT: 'mvvvvvvv vmvvv V ' vv Real Estate “AAA AA AMAA“AAAA‘ AAAA‘ FOR SALE: 20-acres near bay at Agate. 9acres cleared. Road on two sides. All fenced. Mrs. A. Matthes, Route 2. 11-27——12-4—-3t. FOR SALE: going business, store and service station, including merchandise. $2,000 down with easy terms, large discount for cash sale. Cothary’s Store at Kamilche. Owner very ill. 12-2-—1t. FOR SALE: approximately 15 acres land with spring. 3 miles from Shelton on Matlock road. $500 cash. Steve Beers, Matlock Route. P—-12—2--1t. FOR SALE: 5 room modern home, 1 year old, 1 block past city- dock. Call 572-W for appoint, FOR SALE l7-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, firepkace, 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. $4375.00. S-ROOM modern home close 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 WV". 7" ' V 'V' For Rent M 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. W—7-3—tf. FURNISHED APARTMENTS for rent (2 ands rooms). Good lo- cation. Very reasonable. Golds- ,borough Apts, Second and Knee- land Streets, Shelton. 5-7-tf. FOR RENT: weather \tight gar— age with cement floor. month. Inquire 619 N. Fifth. W———11-4tf. FOR RENT: available Dec. 8th, 3 room furnished apartment with private bath. Mallows Apts. "Phone 487-J or 181-3. 11—25--tf FOR RENT? wheelchair, $4 per month. Ellen Lindsted, Allyn. 12-2-11--4t. FOR RENT: room with beds. Mrs. E. M. Twohy, 528 Cota. 12—2-4--2t. R—-11~25--12-4--4t. l in. Onel block from hospital. $3.50 perl Classified Servi’ ,e SHRUBBERY PRUNING and re— , planting. Oscar Plovie, 726 So. First. St. 11-1—12~1—~1M i PIANO TUNING: Friday and , Saturday only. F. F. Rich- ' mond Leave orders in town. 9 Jewelry Store. KEYS! New and modern key—making equipment just installed. Everything To Make The Little Tot Happy 5 WAGONS —— SCOOTERS i TRICYCLES REPAIRS We also. Repair wagons, tri- cycles, bicycles, lawmowers, etc. SLEYSTERS FIX-IT i SHOP I l l Good Variety of Lovely Cards ' CHRISTMAS CARDS l Put that favorite snapshot on your Christmas Cards. 1 l l 1 Andrews Studio Xmas Greeting Cards by Gibson A Large Selection of Lovely Cards Fir Drug Store Lost and Found LOST: black male police dog 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 vavvvvvm/vvmvv‘ Used Cars wvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvwv FOR SALE: '34 International pan- el delivery truck. Make us of- fer. ‘Shelton Branch,‘ Seattle First National Bank. 11—18-20-25-27——4t. l " l FOR SALE IMMEDIATELY: ’36 Oldsmobile coupe, in very best? fiNTED; condition. Phone 412. L--11—25—27--2t. FOR RENT: furnished apartment, FOR SALE: 1932 Chevrolet coupe, lights, water, garage, electric refrigerator supplied. Down- town. $25. Phone 278-J. F--12-2--tf. FOR RENT: 3 room hail—se, hot and cold water, bath and sta- tionary tubs. Partially furniSh-‘ ed. Mrs. A. Matthes, Route 2, box 107. Agate Bay. 11—27--12—2:4--3t. lt‘he 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 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. by the County Auditor of_said county, the following de- scrll fid' state tide lands, together with improvements situated thereon, will be sold at public auction to the highest bidder therefor, to- 't: NOTE—«No one except citize s of the United States. or persons who have declared their intention to become such, can purchase state 1nds. APPLICATION NO. 10 20 All tide lands of the second class, owned by the State of Wash- ington, Situate in front of, ada- cent to or abutting upon the west 500 feet of the east 1150 feet of lot 2, section 19, and the west 500 feet of the east 1150 feet of lot 1, section 30, all in township 22 north, range 2 west, (also known as tracts 14 to 23, both inclusive. of the un- recorded plat of Navy Yard High- way Addition No. 1.) and having a total frontage of 9.98 lineal chains, more or less, appraised at $449.10. APPLICATION NO. 10506 All tide lands of the second class, owned by the State of Washing— ton, situate in front of, adjacent to or abutting upon ,the east 125 feet of the west 300 feet of lot 4, section 22, township 22 north, range 2rwest, W.M;, and having. a frontage of.2.17 lineal chains more or less, appraised at $75.95. Exceptin‘g such portion of said tide lands as may be included in an oyster tract deeded by the State of Washington to J, A. Hoshor, August 23, 1910, under application No. 2883. APPLICATION NO. 10491 All tide lands of the second class owned by the State of Washing- ton, situate in front of, adja— cent to or abutting upon the south 200 feet of the north 400 feet of lot 3, section 34, town- ship 21 north, range 2 west, W. ., and having a frontage of 3.04 lineal chains, more oriless, appraisedht $45.60. APPLICATION NO. 10539 All tido lands of the second class. owned by the State of Washing- ton, Sltuate in front of, adjacent to or abutting upon the \west 75 feet of lot ,4. section 22, township 2 north, range 2 west, and having a frontage of 2,27 lineal chains. lnore or less, ap- praised at $79.45. Excepting such portion of said tide lands as may be included in an oyster tract, deeded by the State of Washington to J. A. Hoshor, August 23, 1910, under application, No. .2883. APPLICATION NO. 10541 All tide lands of the second class, owned by the State of Washing- ton, situate in front of. adjacent to or abutting upon the east 100 feet of. the west 175. feet of lot A. section 22, township 22 north, new paint, special wheels, me- chanically good. See it at Tri- angle Service or phone 389-W. . 11—27. 12-2-4-—3t. equipped with hydraulic blade. Fully rebuilt. Will sell part or full interest. John B. James, Lilliwaup. 11-27—-12-9--4t. range 2 west, and having a frontage of 1.73 lineal chains, more or less, appraised at $60.55. Excepting such portion of said tide lands as may be included in an oyster tract deeded by the State of Washington to J. A. Hoshor. August 23. 1910. under Application No. 2883. Said lands Will be sold for not less than the appraised value above stated and upon the terms and conditlons following: Not less than one-tenth of the pur- bhase price must be paid at the time of sale. The purchaser, if he be not the owner of the improvements. must forthwith pay to the officer making the sale the full amount of the ap- l praised value of the improvements. as ,al‘iove stated. One-tenth of the pur- lchase price must be paid annually thereafter with interest on all de- ferred payments at the rate of. SIX per centum per annum: Provided That any purchaser may make full payment of principal. interest and statutory fees at any time and tob- tain deed. The purchaser of land containing timber or other valuable materials is prohibited by law_irom cutting or removing any such timber or materials without first obtaining consent of the Commissioner of Pub— lic Lands, until the full amount of the purchase price has been paid and deed issued. All sales of state lands are made subject to the reservations of oils, gases, coal, ores. minerals and los- sils of every name, kind and de- scription, and to the additional terms and conditions prescribed in section 3 of chapter 256 of the Laws of 1907. Said 'land will be sold subject to the terms, conditions and reservations of chapter 312 of the Session Laws of 1927, relating to easements tor rights- of—way and the carrying of timber, stone, minerals and other products over the same. JACK TAYLOR, Commissioner of Public Lands. By FRANK YATES. Assistant Commissmner. 11-4-11-18-25. 12-2v5t. NOTICE OF SALE OF STATE LANDS NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That on Tuesday, the 2nd day of December, 1941, commencing at ten o'clock in the i’oronoon 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 Washing- ton. by the County Auditor of said County, the following described state lands, together with the improvements situated thereon. will be sold at pub- lic auction to the highest bidder there- for. to—wit: NOTE-«No one except citizens of the United States, or persons who have declared their intention to become 1 such, can purchase stale lands. APPLICATION NO. 17259 A tract of land containing 0.30 acres. more or less. in the Nng, of the SE11 of Section 20. Town- ship 23 North, Range 1 West, W.M., being more particularly dc« scribed as follows: Commence at the southeast cor- ner of said Section 20, and run S. 88° 05’ W.. along the southerly boundary line of said Section.20. a distance of 1377.0 feet to an inter- at Hotel Shelton, or Beckwithr 11-27—71t. , TOURNAL WAN l vvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvv v i l l i i. i i l l l l l l l l l FOR SALE: ’38- Cletrac tractor,=WANTED by January 1, reliable i l i l I I l l RATES On Classified Advertisements 10 cents a line (5 words) first insertion, attractively low rates on subsequent insertions. Min- imum charge 40c. For Sale .5 , ‘AAAALAAAAAAAA‘ - A A Am“ 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-l 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. 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 biiling is necessary. Card of thanks 50c. FOR SALE: 5-horse Evinrude outboard motor. Inquire Shel~ ton Shoe Repair. 11-27r~1t Classified Display Rates on i Request. . 1 Phone 100 FOR SALE: about 50 cord dry fir and alder. Inquire at Eagle. Barber Shop. B-—11-13—-tf.i .._._..-._..__._.L flu..-“ _.___ , FOR SALE: Guernsey Jersey cow, 5 years old. C. N. Allen, Rt. 1, Mill Creek Road. 11-18-27W4t. V'VV'V'VV'VV'V vvvvvvvvv C For Sale AAA -AA‘AMAAAAA OLD GROWTH WOOD for sale: $7.50 per and plus tax. R. W. Killough, phone 586—J. 11-27. 12-30—1M. MY BILLY BOY registered Hampshire boar ibelted) for service. F. K. Warren, Belfair. l Phone 421- 11-27"12-2"2t<:AUBURN Golden Flako Butter- ", """ "_ .“ milk, 25¢ gallon. Bi'lns, 825 140R SALE. cow, 2 white face Franklin. calfs. Will make good sires. Hvy. work colt about 2 years old. 0. T. Aubol Place, Upper Skokom- FOR SALE: Modern, 14-ft. trail- ish Valley. D——12-2-4-9—11-—4t er house. Price ,is Very rea- - , ~— g— l sonable for cash. Charley John- FOR SALE: pure Cthken farm-l ston, East Dickinson street. izeri 50¢ per sadi- Annie Blom'l Picture at Journal Office. quist, Capitol Hill. 12-2--1t. JL-11-1g-20_25-27_4t_ ‘fi Monarch Electric range. Automatic clock. Phone 258. D--11-27--12‘-2—4-_9--4t. piece Mahogany dining room set, $40.00. ,Call FOR SALE: store fixtures, ill-l , eluding 2 cash registers, desk, FOR SALE' ice machine and other articles. Inquire Paulson‘s Store or phonel 228. 12-2-4--2t.1 FOR SALE, FOR SALE: Monarch oil burning! range with copper coils. $75.00. evenings 270‘W- T"12_‘2“1t' Beacon Point Resort, 12 miles . north of Lilliwaup on Hood Can— LARGE SIZE a1. 12-2—4—9-—3t. Duplicating SALES BOOKS 2 for 15¢ 4" for 25¢ 65¢ per dozen CAN PAY 30 cents, a bale for We also take orders for all kind. Christmas trees, including 12’“ special— foot trees. Contact C. P. Round- . . tree, 1700 Yew Avenue. Phone PRINTED SALES BOOKS 3759 Olympia_ 11_5__12_5..1M, Our prices are as low or lower ALLA»- ithan outside salesmen can quote STEADY WORK—GOOD PAY— i you. Reliable person wanted to call on farmers in Mason County. No experience or capital rc-l vvvvvvvvvvvvvv Wanted “WA” THE JOURNAL .quired. Some making $100.00 m—rvvvv-vwwvvv in a week. Write McNESS Co., , ‘. 2423 Magnolia St., Oakland, WANTED AT ONCE carloads or ,truckloads of large, smooth, . ’ sound Maple and Alder logs.l C- Higher price. Liberal scale. ATTORNEY AT LAW' Prompt settlements. NorthwestI 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. r 11-25-27——12-2-4—-—4t. l Title Insurance Building Opposite First National Bank Phone 23 ,,-_ ' Shelton ...——— ‘u—c— INSURANCE’ HERBERT G. ANGLE ‘ Office at Angle Building apartment or small house furnished or partly furn- ished. $18 $20. In town. In- quire Journal office. U--11—25-1t FOR SALE: Kimbel piano in per- fect condition. Reasonable for cash. Phone 496'—J. P——11—25-27--12-2-4--4t. —Q——————-————. ELLIOT B. SPRING Accounti n g Tax Services elderly couple wishes to rent unfurnished house in town, 5 rooms or larger, on long term. basis, not subject to sale. Must! be reasonable. References giv- en. Write Box B, care of Jour- Bookkeeping Systems Phone 565 123 4th St. nal. B--12-2—4—-2t. 'vvwmv" mv» ’mv'" Trade or Swap vmww‘v' 'vvvvvvvvvvvv FOR SALE or TRADE for what have you. Good wood trailer and gas range. Frank Chester, 219 South Second, Shelton. 12-2--1t. FOR SALE OR TRADE for milk cow, gentle two year old Jersey bull, eligible for r gistration. Frank Chester, 219 outh Sec- 0nd. 12-2--1t. m VDOANE BRODIE Attorney-At-Law Angle Building Phone 337 CHARLES R. LEWIS ATTOR NEY AT LAW Suite 1 L. M. Bldg. Shelton, Washington J: Tides of the Week! Computed for Oakland Bay (Hood Canal tides are one hour Section with the westerly right 01 way line of State Road No. 14, as now located and of record in UN" Office of the Director of High- WaYs at Olympia, Washington; thence N. 0° ‘42' W.. along said westerly right of way line, a dis- tance of 2050.4 feet to the true point of beginning of the tract of‘ 8: 55 minutes earlier) land being herein described; Thence continuing N. 0° 42' W.. £15363]: theréceos.[319°Elii’uljg’”f 125 Wed. Low 12:04 a.m. - 0:5 ft. *0 : ence . h. eet: . thence N. 89° 18’ E., 125 feet to Dec' 3 I35}; 1.2%?) 3‘? 1%‘§ the true point of beginning, said A i ' ' ' . tractcof latnd gain? situated in Ma- ngh 5-29 P-m- 13'3 ft- son oun y, as ington, 'ap rais- ’——‘ gags 155103.00. ,n i m f” t, Thurs. Low 12:34 a.m. -0.8 ft. in an s Wl )e so or no ‘ - less than the appraised value above, Dec' 4 13gb a'm' stated and upon the terms and con- 9‘” ' p‘m' ' ' ditlons following: High 6:00 pm. 13.2 ft. Not less than one—tenth of the pur— ————— ‘> 81811501 pric£hmust bhe paid faththg time. Fri_ Low 1:06 a,m_ —1,0ft‘, sa e. e pure aser, i e e not‘ i . ' the owner of the improvementsv must. Dec. 5 High 8.29 a.m. 14.8 ft. forthwith pay to the officer making LOW 135713.111. 6.8 ft. the_ sale the full amount of the ap- High 6:33 pm. 13.0 ft. pffllSGd valude ofothetmszrovcmcnts, as _ aiovo state . ne— en of the pur- ._ chase price must- be paid annually Sat. Low 1.39 a.m. -1.0 ft. thereafter with interest on all de— Dec. 6 High 9:02 a.m. 15.0 ft. ferred payments at the rate ofdsllx Low 2:39 p_m_ 6.3 ft_ per centum per annum: Provi e .I . That any tpurchaser may make full ngh 7'09P'm- 12'7 ft‘ payment 0 principal, interest an statutory fees at any time and ob— Sun. LOW 2:14 a.m. -0.8 ft. tain deed. The purchaser of land Dec. 7 High 9:36 am 15_1ft_ containing timber or other valuable. L 3,24 67ft materials is rohibited by law from _0W - —-p-m cutting or re loving any such timber th 7:48 pm 12.4 ft. or materials without first obtaining E‘Onsent dof thet1Con}lmissil(incr of Pub} Mom \LOW 2 51 a m _ 0_4 ft- ic Lan s. uni tie in amoun o . I the purchase price has been paid and Dec‘ 8 H‘gh 1013 am 15'1 “f tie-2(in iss]ucd.f tt 1 1 a Low 4:12pm. 6.4 ft. sues 0 San :1an are mu 0 p _ f; subject, to1 the l‘(‘S'C‘l'\'ill.l(;l‘lS of;1 oils, ngh 119 t gases. coa. ores, mineras all fos- I , . sils of every name. kind and de- TueS. LOW 3.32 a.m. 0.2 ft. scriptiou. and to the additional terms Dec. 9 High 10:50 a.m. 15.1 ft. and condition:Gpl'espfiibcii in section LOW 53061331. 6.0 ft, 3 of chapter 25 of c aws of 1907. . Said land will be solid subjcctt to H’gh 9‘32 1"“ 11:4 ft' the terms. r'onci ions am resm'va ions _‘"—‘ of chapter 312 of the Session Laws of wed- LOW 4:16 a~m- 1-0 ft' 13:27. relatiggtgo easements fir)!" tl'islgts- Dec. 10 Hihg 11:30 a.m. 15.0 ft. O'Way 3? 1“ Can‘ymg " 1’“ "'- LOW 6:05pm” 5.3 ft. , ., '15 r . ' ' musing... and other 1’ “ducts High 10:42 pm. 11.0 ft. : JACK TAYLOR. v- Commissioner of Public Lands. Thurs. LOW 5:07 a.m. 1.9 ft; BV FRANK YATES Dec. 11 High 12:11 p.m. 15.0 ft; ' Assistant Commissioner. Low 7,03 m 43ft. 11-441-25. 12-2-~5t. . P'