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December 4, 1941

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Page Six Seeds of the Chaulmoogra tree of India, are worth over ten times their Weight in gold to hu- manity. Oil extracted from them is valuable in arresting leprosy. To Relieve Misery of NOSE DROPS COUGH DROPS LIQUID TABLETS S‘ALVE GOLIIS Try “Buli-My-Tism" — a wonderful Liniment . it Chickens Fed Salt To cut Cannibalism Some poultrymen have reported successful results in reddcing can— nibalism by feeding extra salt to their birds and recently the Uni- ted States Department of Agri- culture reported controlling it in game birds by increasing the salt in their ration. past spring started duplicate lots of 2-week—old pullets on rations containing different amounts of salt. The salt is mixed into the all—mash diet at 1, 3 and 5 per A BREAK FOR BUDGETERS!‘ WESTINGHOUSE I941. éM 137.90 Westinghouse Quality cent levels and is kept before the birds all of the time. . The results of this experiment, I as far as its effect on feather- pickmg are concerned, aren’t com- plete yet, but some interesting observations are being made. Investigators say that the birds on the 5 per cent salt diet are“ in a normal and healthy condi—l tion, contrary to some popular be- I The Station thiS‘ liefs about the effect of salt on chickens. GET A TRAVELERS accment ticket for every trip, 25c per day. Rates lower on longer periods. See Herb Angle NOW! I M7:". .5. y I r wiry. “ amine SHELTOE-MASQN .CQU, N IY JOURNAL Meet Whitey, blond squirrel captured at Fairburn, Ga. albino, with pink eyes, and is res ‘ ‘ l . l. _ l The 20th Regiment of Engi- tail, the Seattle—First National; inecrs, Forestr , was the lar est Bank has “Tani-{8d a “BUY-Me-A-' l y g H _ l 1rcgiment ever organized in thelBond Plan, which. provxdes for1 NQVV HQOdSpflrt lworld. During the first World- regular deductions from a 0115—. iVVar these 18,500 Americans log—l tomer’s bank account, when soI Church This Week By Yvonne Bartels Hoodsport, December 2 committee selected by the Hoods-1 port Commercial Club to build a church in Hoodsport met last week and appointed a board of trustees and Will Lunt of Hoodsport, and "Ernest Carlson of Potlatch. Def-l inite plans were made and they Albino Squirrel. Captured Robert Barnett. L vidc artillery planks, railway ties, plan. 1 garb-wire land other timber products for the' 7'7,Th0 l front. lors in Uncle Sam’s Navy ascend llaclde’r's on the starboard (right) Thursday... DECS—Ember}, imh” Vi—wn—hvj'm‘fiwwfl‘ F‘W—mmr—‘M’m —‘W‘ I YAH ‘fNant Ads . . 0 our 1 A holder of the U. S. Navy’sl_..__.... ‘ 5., “Medal of Honor” enjoys special: Reside] Wlth g1“ Idispensation when he is dis-1 Comm “' ~—v V.» Defense Bonds In , Seattle-let N’tl l Defense bonds to a total of $7,- } 386,025.00 havebeen bought from offices of the Seattle-First Na- tional Bank during the period from May 1, 1941 to November 24. according to Lawrence M. Arn- old, chairman of the bank, and member of the King County De- fense Savings Committee. This ‘total covers 9,797 purchases of which $2,647,425.00 represent 9,- 160 purchases of Series E Bonds, making an average purchase of Series E Bonds of $289.00. These figures cover the total sales from lMay 1 when this type of govern- o ‘ ment bond was first offered to the " . charged. No matter what his rec- ord was before his act of valor was performed, his slate is Wipedi l Electrical Contra I PHONE 210 1 No Problem Too Sm None Too Large clean. All sins of the past are vforgiven. He is ranked among. -the immortals of the Navy. apublic. “America’s old slogan of! “Millions for defense but not a: n he BeMeénH cent for tribute” is being exem-l j They Mee, cl plified by the people of Seattle,” .‘msl declared Mr. Arnold, “and our; . Ar 0 f I bank is pleased to have been able I» °_ "9 ° ‘. to assist so many of them to make 'Vlce_ Man ‘ ltheir bond purchases. This sub-1 i SeIectlonl lstantial volume of purchases iSj VM‘HU'M'JEY‘ also very gratifying to the Kingv County Defense Savings Commit— tee." To help customers in purchas-. ing these bonds on a planned basis, and to eliminate unnecessary de— l It’s a pure ting comfortably on the arm of I a l Drug E ted the French forests to pro— authorized under the terms of the entanglement stakes, The most important single in— strument in a U. S. Navy sub- marine is the depth gauge. reveals the water pressure the outside by which members of} {the crew can tell the depth inl DON’T FORGET: New Years F100, Show—Favors for All ! J}... .. To avoid bodily collisions, sail- side of the vessel and descend on consisting of O. K. Linscott ofi . feet. -——-—-~ I Lake Cushman, H. R. Dickinson, l the Port: or left Slde' __ _ .___ __-_ f" ‘ ' J. H. Nance, Mrs. H. E. Lock- t -~~-~*-, 4," 7""? , f , , _' , "7‘7"; , f‘". ., . V , , a , . , -' . ._ 1 . -, 2 . ‘ 'p , ., _-‘~ Wood. George (Scotty) Lavender . x ‘ ., A. it Two 195 - Three .95 Four .95 we" .. Quart 0 ‘_Quart 1 quart' MASoSE’ZEEgTEESIN ( SEE the "American Spociol"—-olso other Woo!- Inghovuo module with EXCLUSNE True-Temp I Carol—[ho amazing invonflon mo! gives you sum MARKET REFRIGERATION in your homo! o MEALS WITH THE [Your sppqdyfiesto cooks flavors into your voggtohlgs And meats. . .hring‘s to your table exciting new goodness,’ tempting. new colors! This modern splitfminute 'igooliihg method saves you money, lag-Jo ’you keep. vital min- erals and rimming in your food . . . cut your fuel hills . . . (ind lose almost nothing through food shrinkogel 7.. ,. Institute (Mud. ~99 ' «1va NEW ‘ ’Pktsfot'ooktk ~ . 0' lion Electric B. w. some mmmmwwmmwwmmmfimwwsuxmxwmwwwmwmwwwmmwmemfifii at low, popular price! Yes! You CAN afford a new 1941 Westinghouse Refrigerator. The “American Special” odors ALL THESE VALUES at a price to fit the closest budget— FULL cubic foot Family She—standard Westinghouse ECONOMIZER Mechanism. Sanalloy SUPER FREEZER with 2 quick- retcase SELECT-O-CUBE Trays and éitta space for frozen storage. All-Steel, Turret-Top Cabinet, with Bond- leriZed Dulux finish and FIBERGLAS insulation. White Moonstone Glass CHILL! NG' TRAY. 'Standard 8-POINT TEMPERATURE CONTROL. CHROME-PLATED Shelves and. tall stor- age Wells. EZY 3-way release Door Latch. COME IN! Ask for "X-RAY" PROOF of Westinghouse Improvements and Quality Features IT’S NEW! IT‘S DIFFERENT! SEE IT TODAY! Proved By l 36Mlltl0ll it Workless Washings- ’0 BENDIX LAUNDRY Come in and see how a Ben- dix Home Laundry owner does in minutes what used to take hours! utes of your time to watch A few min- this fascinating demonstra- tion will enable you to judge for yourself the time and 1a- aclvantag‘es a bor Bendix offers—v the thorough- ness and smooth efficiency saving of its new washing princi- ple. Then see how little it costs to take washday out of your life 3 ' twill‘ begin construction this week with Fred Sauers of Eldon, lcarpenter in charge. Mr. and Mrs. Al Dickinson. of, Shelton entertained with a dinner; Sunday in honor of Mr. Earl ‘ 'i Dickinson and his aunt, MFS. . 1+; Grace Woodhull of Crcston, Iowal Other dinner guests were Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Dickinson, Mrs. L. L. it}: Dickinson and Mrs. Kilby. Mr. and Mrs. Rod Smith andfifi V (laughter, of Seattle. scent last weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Maur- ice Kaare. Mrs. Terrence Pagels uncle, Mr. Gerth Yocum, of Clay Center, Kansas, and her brother, Mr. . Lloyd Severance of Manchester, iv“ . it; spent Saturday and Sunday at the ~61? Page] home. l ‘3‘}! Last Wednesday Mr. and Mrsl Claude V‘Vood and Mr. and Mrs. Carl ‘Nood motored to Bremerton is to Visit Mr. and Mrs. Roy Vv'ood and a brother—in—law, Mr. Ed Dav- ies, who just arrived from Spring ? (I ‘n rife"? I last Week to attend the Shriner’s Ceremonial in the Shrine. Temple.‘ ' and Mrs. J. C. McKicl and daughters, Betty and Gloria, en-; ‘9' cken dinner for Mr. and Mrs. Les- lie VVyers of Potlatch, and Air. and Mrs. Alex Bartels. 3 Last Friday. Mrs. Gerald Lunt of Port Angeles, formerly of Hoodsport, was taken to Swedish hospital. in Seattle with: rim ported she is recovering very well i but may be in a cast for some. time. . The Hoodsport Commercial Club ‘ ._ held their regular meeting Mon- go with the time clock on the fire siren. As soon as it. is com-' pleted, the siren will blow at noon every day. Mr. Robert Gander, of l Tacoma, who is a hand writingl‘ expert, gave a short talk on the futility of attempting to make' counterfeit money and How to do— tect it. The meeting was follow-3 ed by a delicious luncheon serv—E ed by the companion hostesses for ‘ the evening. Mrs. 'W. R. Andcr-' 1son and Mrs. Wm. Daniels. P. T. Allard spent from Friday, to Sunday in Tacoma and Seattle. [ Tide Lanai—silos . Get State $80? ‘ The sale of state lands held by the County Auditor Tuesday brought a total of $805.65, in the first sale of state lands held since esssz . 3" 1A . sli- tVellcy and a few friends in 53.”. Hoodspoz't. I " VVili Lunt motored to TacomaW‘V x tertaincd last Sunday with a chi- , a“ a fractured spinal, vertebrae, athgfi the base of her neck. It is rc—.%—' day evening in the club rooms of . ‘2 .1 the school building. They decid- If ed to buy an automatic relay to '. afield Ohio. 1;," W' I moi-U To 5 Mrs. Brooks of Chehalis, $5 is p y spending some time with her daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and 3?? ea" , Mrs. l/Valter Lundc of Skokomish ley McCarthy 1“ ll Just Right for Wee Ones! STREAMLINED VELOCIPEDE $2.39 Bright Red Tubular Lots of fun for the “Tiny This is a shiny. low—slung Frame ! mod< grips and pedals i die I LARGER SIZES-— 349 to 6.49 Boys and Girls Both Love ROLLER SKATES 98¢ ' 'I'Ilv‘s'l‘ arr sturdy and speedy! Ball hearing, rubber cushioned wheels. bright red ankle strap with sheep- skin pad. Adjustable from 7%“ to 1.1". Be sure that 'thesc are under their Christmas tree. I Boy’s Flyer Wagon With Congo 1000—Milc Bearings $3.39 Bi: steel body—full 31"x15‘/z”x 4‘.-’z"—-ln lire-bright red ! Solid rubber tires ! Aluminum finished. undcrgcur and handle I Kflfi'fifie‘fifflflflfiflfifidw Wmam bright colors. Boxing Gloves prs. 1.98 " Pinocchio. Char- Dopny, 01,, 3 Fog. PRINTING SETS Tims" . with a safety step! Rubber tires, Adjustable sad- CLUB PLAN Electric . . '- TRAIN SET . PIC ', Built-in Fun for two i ‘ . W i n 1 colored {a . shecps { n. rca, , hair padding! ' F15;- Larg-rs crossover track I "3 cars with 12 straight ierli E wrecker car. gondola, cab . wheel car, caboose, tender“, .,,; in: ‘ I i l . l .75. ‘ motive I r Wind-Up FREIGHT SET ERECTOR SET TOY-SIZE TRACTOR l :1 fl. r OTHE 2 [matic Ra :. I'les .. .. Col’rf’l Drums Two drum sticks. coin- [y shoulder sling. __________________ H . '5 Story Books oerflui’m’ Delightful fairy tale """ " books I 100 pages full. . , .- . . l Liza'spimg. All the sales were for Lace Table Christa George Upright of Vista, Calif, W? Red Boots Crabs ' ‘F‘AND ‘ nought $.02 lineal chains tide ’ 'lreSt-OI Ilands adjoining Lot 3, sec. 34., tp. “ll "Ion T1“ 3; 21. r 2 west, on Pickering Pass- y ‘ ' fistoneL -3‘ age. $45.60. , MAKE Tm; mens 593110de (Adm-9' . lllmean Lotus Hagen, Aberdeen, 9198 £71 HAPPY guilt? : and t1“ 3% chs. adj. lot 2, sec. 19, and lot 4, ,‘ Boxed, 0 r .y' . 22, 2W, on Hood Canal, “1' ‘- ' ' .. ayon Satin , 145' I. I Fay“) Donovan, Aberdeen, 1'73 Blouses "may SWIng For Good thtle 6' “A OWANCEI 3%! (ilnaalij.$é%t554j 22, 22, 2w, Hoodiié Cabinet- 18” ' CAN _ hElwogd Ill‘ischler, Bremerton, 2.17 EH " IING _, c s. a j. 0t 4, 22, 22, 2w, Hood . . . Y '. ‘ it Canal, $80.95. X33513?) Wilt , . H . MM i}! l. ” Maple or walnut ' Herbert .Wyckoff, Union, 2.2m chs. adi. lot 4, I; Canal, $74.45. Belfair Christian Fellowship: Belfair, for .30 acre upland in NW of selg, sec. 20, 23, lw, $95. 22, 22, 2w, Hoodl W $flfififi%fi%%fi%fifi% MT. OLIVE LUTl—llERAN ,. Services at Mount Olive Luth-, eran Church every Sunday, 11:00 13;} next Sunday evening, a series of December sermons will be preach— ed on the general theme, "Olclj.,' Bible Class and Sunday every Sunday morning 9:45 a. Lutheran Hour 1:00 p. KNO. 3 in. 9,, s.”- a. and 7:00 p. m. Beginningts‘gy‘g'. Testament Advent Prophecies.” "- 1 School ‘ 3 every Sundayfihlf m, KOT., KCY. ain‘le) finish. Thread Smart Rayon tray msme. ury touches! dy ‘cas'e with everything 5 h c needs I a (lift Box of ‘. Lovely Rayon ‘ Hankies nghtgown‘s Boxed “’riting Stationery ...... ..25c . 1,98 3 for 25¢ Men’s Leather Billfolds use teplcte with lace. Men's Handsome Neckties ....49c embroidery, ribbons! Daintily em broidered lawn. Bias cut Men's Comfy Slippers .................. .cez' 1.973;." Gloves T I F d h a on state . . ' . .» Manicure £57 Laughing eyes. curly £9,311)! m open and shut . 1.933“: 59, completely dr‘esscdémon 1’ Dguly styled. ed body. Lompo With nice lux- For girls 1 Ham a fl.