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, December 16, 194 1.7 ei . YOU FIND A BUY/£0115 l I -. PUBLICATIONS l; ‘ CALL FOR Bins l ,Is HEREBY GIVEN. that? ,, will be received by the . County Commissioners of " nty. Washington at their‘ :1“ :the court house in Sheltonp ‘ Urchasc of two 19-12 Deluxe v‘ i' wit: . Chevrolet. Plymouth or er Deluxe sedan with xdefrostei', providing that A Ford Sedan now owned , County shall be traded in '3 ‘Euccessful bidder as part rchase price. . Chevrolet or Plymouth Sedan. equipped with . defroster, safety light. life 7 tubes. six ply tires. and ,provided that one. 1940 Sedan shall be traded ‘: t of purchase Ill‘lCt‘. ._ u to be made out of 1942 ,1 February Ist, 1942. Bids ned on Monday. January. a - teserves the right to i-eJect' 1.bids. ‘if .- this 8th day of December, ..I . D OF COUNTY COMMIS- ‘ti ‘ ERS. MASON COUNTY. " ‘: HINGTON. .v' ‘ CENT E. PAUL :ED FERRIS. Jr. TRENCKMANN. Chairman of Board. ‘EYETTE, Board. l2»9—16»23--3|. ~ E ron PUBLICATION , Serial 018911 i‘UNITEI) STATES h ENT 0]? THE INTERIOR neral Land Office. okano, Washington November 18. 1941 ‘ IS HEREBY GIVE-3N.thatl 'W. Wiggins. of Michigan; 1‘: Trust Company, a Mich- '* ration of Grand Rapids. Executor in Michigan and mt * the last will of Isabel D. ‘ 7t .ascd; John '1‘. Trumbull. of “55" les. Washington. Adminis- -' the will annexed in ash- the last will of Isabel D. Sed: George. Lansing Burr; ' Smith; and Lottie B. in care of Michigan Trust Grand Rapids. Michigan. did, . 1.7. 19-11, file in this office ' cation No. 018911, under the will, ch 20. 1922 (42 Stat. 465; r 2485), as amended by the . 1' ehruary 28. 1925 (43 Stat.._ 3 U. S. C. 486). to exchange:, . ..‘n. 11 w., w. i at 1. 3%: g M S‘zif: l 3: Lot 5. SwilNW‘Ai and 4: Lot 1. the SEliNEl/t. ‘ : Lots and 8. S%NWli., I l " Lots 2. 4. 5. 7. s. 9. and i. l/E1/... snanli. oEI/tswit., W-T'R. 12 w., w. M.: 1: Lots 1 and 2. symny. . .V‘SEVL! " Lots 1 and 2. Sl/zNMg. and. l .9 Olympic National Forest,‘ n. containing 3471.25 acres.; . part to a reservation for a . Dad. for timber of an equall ' :bje taken from approximately: 11. -. n. 7 w., w. 11.: :1 to 5, inclusive; '1 R. 7 W., W. M.: .1 and 2: I 10 to 15. incluswe; ‘ 21 to 29,‘ inclusive; “N32 to 36. inclusive; -. R. 5 w., w. M.: 10. 14. 21. 28. and 36. W'- n. 6 w., w. M.: .7. 18. and 19. i In the Olympic National For-l Inf-tion. as agreed with thcl of Agriculture. _ I‘posc of this notice is to persons claiminrr the timber ' 0P having.r bonil l‘idc objections application. an opportunity ’their protests in this office. 3 the approval of the exchange. protest should he filed here- t0 January 20. 1942. HARRY L. CHTLD. .. ' ~30—4t. Register. \_____. 7 N0. 1369 E OF HEARING FINAL AND PETITION FOIL DISTRIBUTION s‘lmn'ior- Court of the State lMiliingt’bn for Mason County Obate MATTER OF THE ESTATE PAULSON. Deceased. Paulson. Administrator of ,' of Emil Paulson. Deceased. ,"ed herein his final Report ,l tion for Distribution. askingl . _to settle and approve said distribute. the property _to Peto entitled. and to dis- . <3 Administrator. i ‘THEREFORE. NOTICE IS GIVEN. that pursuant to an the above entitled Court, and entered herein on the‘ of November, 1941. said ort and Petition for DIS-l Will be heard at the Court the Court Home in Shel-i . .lngton. at the hour of 10 , fig; the forenoon. on Saturdayil ‘ av of. January. 1942. l , is 29th day of November. /, 1,. ,(lescribed land being knOWn as Tract .M. Offer $80.00. [ best isociation of Belfair, State of ,Waflh- i proceeds from sale of forest products; 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. 1 Description No. 2. Lots 1_and 2, Block 16. Olympic View Addition tol 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. Offer $7.50. Description No. 4. N12; NEl/i SE14 SW14. 81/; NW% SE14 SW14. N54; SE14 SE13. SW11. and SW14. SE14, all in Section 5. Twp. 22 N., Range 1 Offer $55.00. Description No. 5. N. 20 Acres in SE}; NW1; Section 20. Twp. 22 N., Range 1 Offer $25.00. | Description No. 6. Government Lot| 7. Section 31. Twp. 23 N., Range 11 W.W.M.; and Tract ,No. 2 of Sectionl 31, described as follows: Commanding at the Southwest corner of Lot 6 at wafer edge running North on Westi. line 780 feet; thence East 578 feet; thence South 832 feet; thence along the water 886 feet to place of begin- ning. all in Lot 6 and SW14 of NEML of Section 31. Township 23 North, Range 1 West. known Thaliias Griffith claim, as part of containing 12: acres. more or less. Offer $48.00. l Description No. 7. NE 1/1 SEE”. SVVJ/l» SE14. SEE. 319%. all in Sec-. tion 1. Twp. 20 N., Range 3 W.\V.M. Offer $120.00. Distription No. 8. Unrecorded Plat of Mill Creek Park. Tract No. '27. described as follows: That Portioni of the North Half of the North Half 01' 111*“. Southeast quarter of the South- Wi‘sl quarter and all that portion of the North half of the North half of the Southwest quarter of the South- east quarter lying West of Gusnell's (Mill) Creek. all in Section 25, Towns; Ship 20 North. Range 3 West. Mason County. Washington, the said( 27 of the llnrccorded Plat of Mill Creek Park. Offer $25.00. Description No. 9. Sit: SW14 SW14. Section 28; and NWl/i NW1/1. 59“" tion 33. both in Twp. 20 N.. Range 3: W.W.M. Offer $60.00 cash. ' Description No. 10. SW14 SW‘A.‘ Section 8. Twp. 21 N., Range 3 WNV. Offer $60.00r I Description No. 11. Tract No. 3. al tract of land formerly known and described as Blocks 5 and. 13 together With portion of Streets 39112169211: them“ 1 to. McReavy's lst 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. NW% ~SW14. SW14 SWVI. SEl/i SW14. all in Sec- tion 22. Twp. 23 N., Range 3 I Offer $120.00. Description No. 13. SE34 SW14. Section 10. Twp. 22 N., Range 4 W OMER L. DION. Treasurer of Mason County. \ 12-2-9-16-‘3t. l l (SEAL) RESOLUTION ORDERING HEARING ON EMERGENCY APPROPRIATION WHEREAS, expenditures have been of the amount appropriated therefor at the time of computing the budgeti for the year 1941; and WHEREAS. it is necessary for the interest of Mason County that funds be provided to maintain the several offices; AND WHEREAS. of the Board, the following suins will be required- Auditor . 600.00 Assessor . . 25.00 Commissioners 300.00 General Administration 400.00I Jail .......... .. 350.00 ' Sheriff's .. 350.00 Cu. Supt. of Schools 60.00 Minieograph .... .. 103.38 Registration 25.00 State Examiner 47.39 $2,260.77 NOW THEREFORE, in the judg- ment of the Board an emergency ex— ists and the sum of $2260.77 is re- quired to meet such alleged emer— gency; and IT IS ORDERED that a hearing be had thereon on Monday, December 29th. 1941 at 2 P.M.. at the office of the Board in the Court House in Shelton. at which time and place any taxpayer may appear and be heard for or against the granting of said alleged emergency. I UNANIMOUSLY ADOPTED this 15th day of December. 1941. BOARD OF COUNTY COMMIS- SIONERS OF MASON COUNTY, WASHINGTON VINCENT E. PAUL, FRED FERRIS. Jr.. R. TRENCKMANN. Chairman of Board. ATTEST: HARRY DEYETTE. Clerk of the Board. 12-16—1t. 1 NOTICE OF WATER RIGHT APPLICATION NO. 5614 TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Notice is hereby given that Clifton, Beach Tracts Cooperative Water AS- ,ing‘ton. under date of November_17~ 1941. filed owlth the State SuperVISDr of Hydraulics. Olympia. Washington» an application for a permit to diyert the public. Waters of unnamed tribu- tary of Puget Sound, in the amoPm of 0.05 second foot. subject to exist- ing rights. continuously of each Year for the Durpose. of Domestic supply and garden irrigation that the ap— proximate point of diversion iS ,10‘ cater] Within NWJ/i of SE14 of Sech'in CLARE ENGELSEN. County Clerk. LEWIS. Z for Administrator. Immbermen's Bldg” = 4 on County. 12-29-16—3t. (14) N O T I C SHEREBY E GIVEN {.5 'i 3’ 10' and in conformity with. that ._,,'v0f the Board of County: - ers of Mason County, Statei , , Eton. duly made and enter-1 0 -‘ 24th day of November. 11g the undersigned to sell,i ner provided by law (Sec-' Chapter 263, Laws of 1927),, lEme'd will on Saturday, the .t of December. 1941 at the en o'clock in the forenoon ‘5’. a; the front door of the ’- e in the City of Shelton. and State. offer for sale. 5 than the minimum price; 0W. plus advertising and ~ fits. to the highest and best: ._ lithe right. title. and mi rv 'iaflld Mason County. except—i tr0m, however. all public, ‘ roads. streets or alleys= i 1158. or rights—of—way for 9‘ Township 22 N., Range 2 W WvM in Mason County. A map show the location and plan of said diver- sion and the place of the proposed, use is on file in the office of the State Supervisor of Hydraulics. Olym— pia. Washington. together with suchi other information as is required bYT law. firm or corporation:L Any person. whose right Will be injuriously af- with the State Supervisor of Hyd-. rsnlirs. at Olympia. Washington. 5119‘) objections or representations. in Wflt' .ing. as he may desire to make. With- in thirty (30) davs after date of last publication. which date is »December 23 1941- . _ l Witness my hand and offic1al seal this 17th (1av nf November. A. D- 1941» CHAS. J. BARTHOLET. State Supervisor of -Hvdrmilir-s. I (SEAL) 1246-23—21:. M The most dramatic thing about | the timber resources of Alaska IS that it has the world’s largest OWnedby, or sought to be, if“ ht this date for public! roads or streets, by saidl lid provided further that‘ YOU DON'T SAY! barring fascists from membership in the} union, it was announced today by] a tabulating committee. ‘ Previously the committee an- . nounced election of Worth Low-i cry of Jewell, Ore., leader of the i anti-communist faction within the union as president. ceeds O. M. (Mickey) Orton, who led a strike of 12,000 Northwest‘ lumber workers last spring in de- ' fianCe of the national defense me- diation board. The proposal to ban communm ists, ' vanced at the union’s annual con- ’ i vention expelled or 1. ins ‘ fected by said application may file,- “forest fire.” Not a fire whichl- Banipon Seattle, December 6.—A mem—i bership referendum of the Inter-i national Woodworkers of America 3 resolution natle (010) approved a communists, nazis and fascists in Everett two merit. It provided that CAN’T SELL UNTll. you lawn/ADS IWA Referendum i 4 Vote Approves isms and Lowery suc— ; was ad- months ' ago as a constitutional amend- persons, refused membership" would be given a trial and oppor— It was announced also tunity to prove their innocence. that the referendum approved transfer of: IVVA headciuarters from to Portland. Seattle 'N Transfer Vote Llose Transfer of headquart votes to 8,230. Also approved were CI’S amend- ments providing. that convention delegates and board members will be instead vote. The. refere increase . executive board credited with votes proportionate to mem— bership in their local or district V of'being giVen an equal ndum approved an in the per 'capita tax, from 25 to 50 cents, with the in~ crease earmarked for organiza- tion purposes. Vote Count Listed It was announced that Lowery defeated Harold Evans, Olympia, the Orton-backed candidate for votes to 8,853. In the vi Dia. 6.028 reSpectively. ipresident. by a margin of 12,076. Go preSi- , dential results, Carl' Wynn, Olymy . received 11,675 votes and. {James Fadling, Aberdeen, 11,916 lto win election over Orton and required for certain offices in excess i Norman E. Mason, with 7,444 and 1 Ed Benedict, the pro-CIO bloc‘s icandidate for secretary-t ousted B. J. McCarty, gaining 10,- ’ 562 votes to McCarty’s 9, in the judgment i W. Snooks of Orting was elected [international trustee with 10,941: lvotes to 9,309 for Steve Hicks. “isms” {in the union was divided The vote to ban three categories: To ban communists—eyes, 13,231; no, 6,243. To ban fascistshyes, no. 4,167. To ban nazis—yes, 15 4,143. . . The flavor of applesauce can beI varied by adding lemon juice or, spices like cinnamon or Nutmeg must be sprinkled on just With a lafge attendance. before serving as it gives a bitter, neXt meetmg was POStponed 011. reasurer, 639. into 14,994; i .078; no, 1 cloves. W.. SHE WV V W mvvvvmmvw Wanted ! on Hood Canal. Inquire Mrs. 1 Hopkins. 706 Cota. Good home and wages. A-—12—3—9-11—16-—4t. WANTED: H brush pickers rimmed; at 3 ed. Car necessary. Apply ton. 12-9-~1-6——»9t. donkey engine for yardillg‘. Must be in good condition. Ben Hatfield. Mossyrock, Wash. Phone 522. 12—16—25-—4t. YOUNG LADY WORKING IN Olympia wishes daily transpor~ tation. Will share expenses. In- B--12-16~18—-2t. } quire Journal. I .. FOR RENT: a room partly furn- ished house. Inquire 604. Frank- ‘r lin. Mrs. Ed Elliott. i D—16—-tf. LES. LAMPS “ SILK SHADES 7—way with night light NOTHING DOWN $5 per month was 3 approvod by the margin of 10,28, NASH BROTHERS l 111 Cota Free- Delivery MIXMAS’I‘ER and ‘ HAMILTON BEACH MIXERS NOTHING DOWN $5 per month NASH BROTHERS 111 Cota Free Delivery I Lost and Found gLOST: man’s black billfold con- taining important papers and for return to Journal office. N—-12-16-18—-2t. g a i Big Attendance ‘: Marks Kamilche Grangq Meeting Dec. 15.~—Progress Thursday evening The Kamilche, Grange met flavor if it stands too long. All, aCCf-lllnt 0f Chrisfimas. and it was of these should be added with a‘ dBCIded nor to how any more light hand. For a small family, breast ofi idances at present. lamb makes a niCe stuffed roast. 1 ton Hospital. A pocket is cut next to the ribs and filled with wellrseasoned stuff- ing. The roast is then cooked in a .‘ moderate oven about an hour and} three-quarters. MINUTE N0. 11 FILL in horizontal blanks with I Words Suggested by *CMEWWME the key word NEWSPAPERS. Each letter given must appear in its prope: place. k IIIEIIIIIZ I'm-EIIIII 'IEIIIE HUI-ENIII IE.- M .- ,ululllll IIININ SOLUTION 'r'o PREVIOUS MINUTE CIROSSWORD l A community defense meeting iwas held in the grange hall Sun— day afternoon. Mrs. Wm. Boice ’was appointed registrar for this .district,» so all those that didn’t lattend the meeting, please: call ion her and register as soon as possible. Bob Waldberger and Perry Rose .enlisted in the U. S. Navy and 'lcave for San Diego this week. Mrs. Mary Carr is seriously ill at Shelton Hospital. ' Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Beardon iof Hoodsport are the parents of a baby girl. Mrs. Beardon was iDoris Baker. I Mrs. Margaret Cothary is able ito be home again after a Seige of illness in Bremerton. Barrow Champ Kenneth Galloway, 19, of Gar- bci‘. Okla, SllOWS “White'Boy,” . 220—pound Chester white. which i won the title of Grand Cham— pion Barrow at the International Livestock Exposition. WANTED: mother‘s helper to live‘ iately. Good wages can be earn- Northwestern Evergreen, Shel-. iWANTED TO BUYZN'Qéod gas: . , currency near Hillcrest. RewardI Wlth- ‘ Mrs. Perry Baker is in the Shel- u UPON—MASON COUNTY JOU JOURNAL .‘._.A i l i ! l i i i l l i i i i i i i I l i l i l l FOR SALE: modern 5-room house, lTract of land, more than two city RNAIJ 7"” V vvvv V V " Real Estate FOR SALE: 20—acres near bay atl Agate. Qacres cleared. Road on two sides. All fenced. Mrs. A. Matthes, Route 2. 12-9~11-16 3t.. HOME FOR SALE: partly furn— ished also 2—room shack. Lights, city water on l-acre tract. Cor— i ner University and Second. Call evenings. Inquire Journal. _ R——12-9-11-16—18—-4t ‘ 3 lots and 5 month old red pul— lets, also red fryer-s. Mrs. Ada Cullison, Capitol Hill. 12-16-18-23-25--4t. , BOR SALE: 40 acres, 15 cleared,l lights, 2 small creeks, good house, 10 miles from Shelton on: good road. Cheap if sold at? once. Box 123, Shelton.‘ FOR SALE: 19 acres, new 2—roomi cabin, big spring, electric lights,! lots of wood, 4 miles from city, good oiled road. $500 cash, $600l terms, half down. 4—l'oom libuse,‘ newly remodeled, modern, 3 blocks city center, 2 bedrooms. $750 cash, $800 terms. 347 Sec— ond St. S--12-11—"‘3 4t. 140'- FOR SALE modern home from business located 2 l district, 5-i'oonl blocks $2150. >1: * 4-roonl modern plastered home in good condition with breakfast nook. Large lot and dry wood available in garage (extra). Terms. $1850. i . 1‘ lots, well located on Railroad Ave. Nice place for a residence or several rental houses. Bar- gain at $450 cash. 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, 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. 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 $200i down, $20 month, including in- terest at 7% monthly reduction. Herbert G. Angle Angle Bldg. Phone 304 m‘w‘v'vvvvvvv‘l fl’v" "vs Used Cars ""WVWVVVVWVVVVVW WILL SELL equity ill ’37 Old..- mobile sedan for light car, pre- ferably 1931 Model “A” road- ster. Bo Hoyle, 9th & Thomas, Angleside. 12-16-18-23—25n4t. *m I FOR SALE: 1938 Harley-David- son motorcycle. Inquire Journal. , R—12-16-18—2t. 1 FOR SALE: will sacrifice equity‘, in ’42 Nash at discount. Over—l drive, low mileage. Leaving for} Army soon. Phone. 392-J. McG——12-16.—18o23—25——4t. DAIRY FEEDING GUIDE If you are feeding your .cow. three pounds of good quality hayi a clay and she is returning you- 23 pounds of 5 per cent test milk, 1 howmany pounds of grain should ' she receive? That is a questioni that has puzzled many a dairy-l man and a question which is an-l swered by Extension Circular 49‘ “Feeding Guide for DairyCows” ! just issued by the Extension Ser- vice of the State College of Wash- ‘ ington. Printed on a convenient lcqrd, the. circular not only furn-- ishes a table to guide feeding for- milk production but gives to the; point information on grain mix- tures for use with various types of roughage. Copies may be ob: tained from County Extension Agents or by writing to the Ex-, tension Service, State College of Washington, Pullman. ANSWERS To Test Your 1. Q. ‘ l Memorial 1. The building. ‘ 2. Priority ratings have been replaced by an allocation system. 3. Donald Nelson is executive director of SPAB, the Supply Priorities and Allocations Board. 4. National debt limitation is now .$fl5,000,000,000. 5. Girls left in greater num- ber than boys. Jefferson crackles and burns, but a fire 0f 1.Manager. 6. Credit. decaying wood and trees. Reliable 2,Agency. 7. Amend. data indicates that over 700 mil- arr-want. 'aReselL liontboard feet of timber fg01 '60 4. Arrange 9 Remind was e annually because of ai ure ' Ito harvest. 5. Grange. 10. Relate. You DO 'T SAY!— WHO WAS IIIIIIIIIGO IT MAC? all». ./ ‘ ‘ 605OI4+ HE DlDN ‘T 5m” ._. 1.... 1.x...m...':.'..—.-- ~-.._ _.._>.._...._.. W—_.__.- .. “w. . Lou..- ..._.-.-.._.___ 1-“.— -..,...;..__,...._~,- _ ~_.,._‘,.: 3. “AAM‘A‘ l muAAMMMwul D--]2-11-23——4t. i Maritime, Commission. / Classified Service i l SHRUBBERY PRUNING and re-l planting. Oscar Plovie, 726 So. First St. 12-1-—1-1--1M KEYS! New and modern key—making equipment just installed. i Everything To Make The Little Tot Happy VVAGONS -~ SCOOTERS i V l l i i TRICYCLES i REPAIRS We also Repair wagons, tri- 1 cycles, bicycles, lawmowers, etc. i SLEYSTERS ' FIX-IT SHOP Plifil‘i’ifiiiflf‘liic GREESIEWS @1120 .r. \ ' . i r l . i i \ Made From Your Own Snapshot Negatives oThis Christmas send a greeting I card that is distinctly your own. Simply bring in the negatives of your favorite snapshots, choose from our large assortment the type of card and envelope you prefer, and leave the rest to us. Prices are reasonable. The cards are smart, personal. Andrews Studio l Xmas i Greeting Cards by Gibson A Large Selection of Lovely Cards Fir Drug Store v "vwwrcv'v cm" For Rent “AAA..- “AAO .M‘ ‘ FOR RENT: 3 room house, hoti and cold water, bath and sta—1 tionary tubs. Partially furnish- ed. Mrs. A. Matthes, Route 2, box 107. Agate Bay. 12-9-11-16-»~3t. FOR RENT: 3 room cottage. Iri- quire 325 N. Fifth, Shelton. S--12-16--1t. w— WANT Kfis '1 vvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvv For Sale AAAAALAA‘“AAAA -A A AiuAAA FOR SALE: about 50 cord dry fir and alder. Inquire at Eagle Barber Shop. >B--11—13-—tf. FOR SALE: Pekingese pups, best English blood lines, equal to showing. E; Bateman, Box 115, Matlock. 12-4~22--6t. FOR SALE: live or dressed ducks. Inquire M. W. Eveleth, Mason County Creamery. 12-9-18-—4t. corn—fed geese. Page Five RATES On Classified Advertisements 10 cents a line (5 words) first insertion, attractively low rates on subsequent insertions. Min- imum charge ‘40c. Reader notices 3c per word -40c minimum. 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 clargc of each. John MacRae. Dayton. 10c will be made when billing 12-16-18"2t- is necessary. Card of thanks ‘1‘ “5, “"’ "" " 50 . XOUP'G PIGS 6 weeks 01d for Classified Display Rates on sale at Wilson’s Ranch. next to Reauest Ca rma 113, Dayton Road. K—-12—16——tf. FOR SALE: 12 x 15 used broad~ loom rug in good condition. Cost $70. For quick sale, $24. In- quire 420 Cota St. B--12-16--1t. FOR SALE: two cows, young stock, electric ironer, Attwater» ‘rx it radio. incinerator, all in p .cct condition. Mrs. Alvin Butler, Skokomish Valley. 12~16-18—2Ei—26--4t. i SAY-LE: 6’wceks pigs. Bra Forbes, The Farm. 12-16-18—-2t. Nash Brothers USED DEPARTMENT Ranges—wood 1 Quick Meal ....................... ..$39.50 l 1 Admiral . 34.50 1 Monarch . . . . . . . . . . , . . , _ __ 49.50 1 Majestic ..... 19.50 1 Molitag .. . . 49.50 1 Gt. Western . _. 34.50 1 Mont. W'ard ..... .. .. 39.50 3 1 Crown Empress ................ .. 159.50 1 Montag ................................ .. 39.50 1 Cascade . 32.50 1 Lang . . . . . . . . . .. 49.50 1 Lang 42.50 1 Lang 29.50 1 Crown . . 29.50 1 Gt. Vv'estcrn, Oil .............. .. 49.50 1 Combination gas and wood .................................... _. 49.50 Heaters--wood '1 Olympic .......... .. .................. .. 35.00 1 Pacific .................. .. 35.00 1 Montag ................................ .. 39.50 Refrigerators-electric 1 Kelvinator .......................... .. 99.50 1 Crosley ..... .. 69.50 1 Grunow .............................. .. 89.50 Washers--electric 1 Maytag ................................ .. 39.50 1 Maytag ........... .. '. 1 Speed Queen ...................... .. 29.50 1 Hagg .................................. .. 19.50 1 Norge 39.50 1 Apex ..................... _. 39.50 1 American Beauty . 1 Voss .................. .. 1 Mont. Ward 1 Maytag, gas ...................... .. Miscellaneous 1 Dinning table .................. .. 12.50 1 Universal hot plate . 5.95 1 Bee Vacuum cleaner ........ .. 14.95 1 American B. Radio .......... .. 19.50 Nash Brothers Used Department 115 Cota Free Delivery immu— FOR SALE OR RENT: 5-r00m modern house, at Potlatch, Ern- est Carlson, Potlatch. 12-16-18-23—25--4t. 10 Ford Boats i Join Defense 1 Cargo Elects j Dearborn. Il/lich.—ATeh’ iVesscls: of the Ford Motor Company’s fleet, five of them ocean goilig‘shipS,‘ have been assigneiftlo haul 113-; tional defense cargo, le Company! anounced today. a ' ' ' All five ships of the Ford ocean v. fleet, on defense duty for the U. S. , Maritime Commission” are the] East Indian, Aneida, Onondaga.‘ Lake Ormoc and Lake Owoya- l Some of these boats already have madetrips to Iceland this year- They are manned by Ford crews. Five other Ford boats are sched- uled for defense hauling along the eastern seaboard. The. are theI I i l motorships Norfolk and Green Island. two of the four 300—f00t. canal boats built for Ford in re— cent yéars: the tug Humrick. and the barges Lake Frumet and Lake Farg“. both 250—foot cargo ves- sels, which served as steamers in trans-Atlantic service durnig the first World War. These vessels ordinarily are usejl to transport raw materials and manufactured parts to and from: their home port. at the Ford Rouge plant. They were released for coastwise service by the. com- pany to help ease the big defensel shipping problem faced by thef Although 5 they will receive their shipping or- ! ders from the Commission. thc'l vessels will be manned by Ford; crews. ‘ The East Indian. largest of the Ford ocean-gomg shins. is 461 feet loner and disnlaces 6.159 tons. The Oneida was the first vnsel of the Ford fleet to make a trip to Eu— rone. Ford. officials said the cargo to be hauled bv the five cmstwise: ships. will consist. largely of man-1 slmso ore. sulphur and other raw! materials vital to defense indus-i tries. he vassol will nlv between ‘ ports on the Atlantic coast. Gulf] (most and the Caribbean Sea. l i The new assirrnments for thei : The following Musical Instruments 1 were left with us for sale:— i lwtCadet Wood Clarinet .......... ..$30 l price new $75 1 1~Cadet Wood Clarinet ...... ——$35 l price new $75 . 1—- Silver Clarinet ...................... __$15 price new $40 3 1——Alto Horn .............................. ..$45 price new $102 1——48 Bass Accordion .............. ._$70 price new $105 l——Snare Drum .......................... ..$18 price‘ new $37.50 ~1~Violin ................................ .. $6.50 price new $18 ‘ 1—-—Guitar .............................. .. $6.50 price new $15 1~—.Gui tar ................................ .. $7.50 price new $18 F. E. Beckwith Navy Reserve To Cut Enlistment Period In Half Young men eligible for military service and are expecting a call in the near future, and those who have been contemplating Service in the Navy and have been hes- itating to enlist because of the four year enlistment, will Welcome the news ~that the Navy Recruit- 1112‘ Service is n w accepting ap- Ducations for en istlments for two, three or four years, in all classes of the Naval Reserve. All men, whether enlisted for two, three or four years will have the same opportunity to learn the many trades now being taught. in the'many trade schools in opera- tion throughout the Nation. Some of these trades are: electrician, aviation machinist, carpenter, pho- tographer. metalsmith, radioman, pharmacist and many others. All men enlisting in the Naval Reserve are required to actually perform active duty only during war or National Emergency. and 1918 for the Maritime Com— 3 mission to transport food and war supplies to thchllies in Europe. After the Armistice, Henry Ford bought more than 100 of the steamers, scrapping most of them. for salvage iron to be used in automotive manufacturing. Eli- gines and machinery were removed from others, the Lake Fargo and I“... 17mm” and 1',an Porno via—l Lake Frumet included, and these Mil fhoiv firig‘ih during the first vessels were converted into towing VVorlrl “7 or. Thev were Simon!" thc'300 light steamers built in 1917 barges during the early 20‘s. They have been in service ever since. ‘i i i I l Phone 100 mv WV'VVVVVV wwvv vv‘v For Sale Killough, phone 586—3. WAA“ .A A A “AAAAAAA OLD GROWTH WOOD for sale: $7.50 per cord plus tax. R. W. 11-27. 12-30w~1M. GOOD MAKFS of used. recondi- tioned cabinet radios. Priced from $12.50 up. Lumbermen’s Mercantile Co., partm A . LEE. 12—1 1-16—187—7 -3 FOR SA LE : I’iardware De- t. _. violin and case, 5315. Also violin and velvet lined lea— ther case, $45. ry Store. Beckwith Jewel- 12-11-16—18—23 GOOD USED ELETITROLUX cleaner for sale. Reasonable. Call Hoodsport 20. lVI—-12-9-l 1—16—18 —4t. 3 FOR SALE: 10 x 24 floathouse. In good condition. Can ‘be towed [quire‘ Mrs. Johnson at‘ Chevrolet. ziilywherc. Very reasonable. In- “Melt 12-9-11-16~l.8v~4t. LARGE SIZE Duplicating SALES BOOKS 2 for 15g“; 4 for 25¢ 65¢ per dozen We also take orders for all kinds of special—— PRINTED SALES BOOKS Our trices are as low or 1:) THE JOURNAL lower than outside salesmen can quote Iyou wwvvv 'rvv "fivv- WV“ PRiiFESSliiilill. CARDS ‘A‘ “AAA AAA AA A A“ Am“- ALDEN C. BAYLEY ATTORNEY AT LA‘iN . Title Insurance Building Opposite First National Bank Phone 23 - - Shelton lNSURANCE HERBERT G. ANGLE. Office at Angle Building o i ELLIOT B. SPRING Accounting Tax Services Bookkeeping Systems ‘ 123 4th st. WITSIERS FUNERAL HOME Licensed Embalmers W A. Witsiers. Prop. , Phone 180 - ~ Shelton. Wash. Phone 565 L i ___a MT. MORIAH LODGE No. 11 F.&.A.M. Next Regular Communication DECEMBER 27 M. H. NEEDHAM Worshipfm Master J . L. CATTO. Secretary. ‘ Tides of the Week Computed for Oakland Bay (Hood Canal tides are one hour 55 minutes earlier) Wed. High 6:11 a.m. 14.8 ft. 1 Dec. 17 Low 11:23 a.m. 6.5 ft. High 4:34 p.m. 15.0 ft. Low 11:50 p.mJ - 2.7 ft. High 7:01 a.m. 15.5 ft._ Thurs. Low 12:18 a.m. 6.6 ft. Dec. 18 High 5:22 p.m. 14.8 ft. Low 12:36 a.m. -3.0 ft. Friday High 7:48 a.m. 15.9 ft. Dec. 19 Low 1:12 pm. 6.5 ft. High 6:12 p.m. 14.5 ft. Low 1:22 a.m. -2.8 ft. Sat. High 8:34 a.m. 16.1 ft. Dec. 20 Low 2:06 p.m. 6.3 ft. High 7:02 p.m. 13.9 ft. Low 2208 a.m. -2.2 ft. Sun. High 9:20 a.m. 16.1 ft. Dec. 21 Low 3:02 p.m. 6.0 ft. High 7:56 p.m. 13.2 ft. Low 2:54 a.m. -1.1 ft. Mon. High 10:06 a.m. 15.9 ft. Dec. 22 Low 4:01 p.m. 5.6 ft. High 8:56 p.m. 12.4 ft. ~ Low 3:42 a.m. 0.2 ft. Tues. High 10:51 a.m. 15.6 ft. Dec. 23 Low 5:06 pm. 5.1 ft. High 10:07 p.m. t11.5 ft.