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TIlE ARLINGTON TIMES, ARLINGTON, WASIIINGTON, TIIURSDAY, JAN. 15, 1953.. PAGE SEVEN Livestock FOR SALE hog for sale, 200 lbs. or live weight. Herman R. 1, East Stanwood; Peoples 41F3. RABBITS. Phone 9 a. m. Mt. Vernon, 920 So. 6th. Wanted Livestock to Floyd cash buyer, R. 5, Ar- Ph. 273J3 evenings. STO~K WANTED free service. We pay Calls. Peoples 13F2, R. 378, E. Stanwood. J. A. Your stock---Also to Se- Mon. Have license Call collect --- Marys- Claude Dutton, R. 5, Kellogg Marsh. the largest .Dairy Cow Feed and Seed BALED STRAW, $16 per ton at barn; also Airflow Milk Cooler, nearly new, 4-can cap. Lloyd Hasenyager, Phone 818, Dar- rington. Hay or straw for sale, in 5 or 6-ton loads• Phone Edison 8.2281. Mash in new paper. 100 lbs. $4.30 regular price. We are getting good results with this mash. HUNTER & SON Phone 2051. SAVE THE UDDERS! Use the Marlow Milker. Valley Gem Farms, authorized dealer. Phone 54. Machinery For Sale IRRIGATE -- WADE RAIN Arrange for factory-engineered installation through y o u r Real Estate FORRENT 3-room house for rent. Phone Stanwood West Coast 1352 or E. L. Madson, Silvana, Wash. q FOR RENT- Small, furnished apartment. Call 1064. WANTED--Farm to rent. Lewis A. Miller• R. 2, Box 85, Arling- ton. Housekeeping Rooms for rent-- one with two beds, one with one bed--for men. EVERGREEN HOTEL Furnished, modern apartment available Jan. 17. Phone, wa- ter, garbage included. 109 Maple St., Arlington. Trade by owner, $7000. equity in two houses in Seattle for small business or farm near Arling- ton Naval Station• Phone Seat- tle Plaza 8913. For Sale FOR SALE--125 acre farm on A reduction in the premium rates charged for the total dis- ability income rider on five-year term National Service Life Insur- ance policies has been announc- ed by the Veterans Administra- tion. This G. I. insurance benefit provides monthly income for the insured and continues his insur- ance in effect without the pay- ment of premiums for so long a period as the insured is totally disabled• Income is paid at the rate of $5 a month for each $1, 000 of insurance carried. At some ages the reduction in the charge for total disability in- come coverage is more than 50 ~er cent. The reduction resulted from a new method of computa- tion put in effect following Con- gressional action providing in- definite renewal privileges for term policies. as this rider becomes inopera- tive at age 60. A comparison of the old and new annual rates per $1,000 of insurance for the total disability income rlder follows: Age, 30, Old Rate $3.55, New Rate, $1•07; 35, $4•14, $1•42; 40, $4.38, $2•01; 45, $5.56, $3.31; 50, the State--Sell your over our scale at AUCTION SALE, every Saturday LIVESTOCK COWS PIFER Arlington M. Jansha Marysville. WA1VrEI) DEAD, STOCK Courteous Service dealer, WINKES HARDWARE Arlington, Phone 643. Will sell for cash or trade for livestock--One David Bradley garden tractor, one snow blade, one cultivator with at- tachments, one front end grass mower, one ten gallon pres- sure tank with pump and hose. Phone 305W1. J DON'T THROW THAT ELEC- TRIC RAZOR AWAY--Trade it in on a new Schick or Reming- ton at JOHNSON DRUG Arlington Everett Bayview 954"~ ................................ Byproducts, Inc• " ................................ Everett, Wash. SERVICES FOR SAL~ Registered Guernsey bulls, ready for service, guaranteed breed- )he used 120 bass ers. Rent, trade or sell. Low $135. Phone 273J5, prices. Valley Gem Farms, Arlington --- Honer Accordion• DITCHING & DIKING---% cu. yd. brand new, would machine. Phone Burlington sell to private party. 7-2435. ;ell to best offer. Harold CRUSHED DRIVEWAY GRAVEL. ½ mile N. of Smokey Roy Robb---Phone 245W4. and Pumice Building 4", 6", 8". Pumice Chim- Phone 1314. At- Concrete Products. Du ont JVES HARDWARE Phone 411 Hotpoint APPLIANCES )lete Residential and Com- mercial Wiring, Contracting, Motor and Appliance Repam BRACY ELFCTRrC Phone 201 WANTED--Better Milking. Mar- low milker saves the udder. Valley Gem Farms, Arlington. Authorized sales and service. phone 54. Sauk Prairie, good road, power, good w}~ter, electric pump; good house, 2 barns, with or without stock and machinery. John P. Crawford, Darrington, R. 1. FOUND FOUND--Brown Cocker Spaniel• 2 miles north of Bryant, R: 4. Leonard Mattson. FOR THE HOME BENDIX CLOTHES DRIER for sale, In good condition--S135. Phone 543. NEED A:W-ASHING MACHINE? $30.00 for your old washer, re- gardless of condition, on a new Blackstone. COAST-TO-COAST FOR SALE --- Duo-Therm oil range, good condition, copper coils, H. W. T. $45.00. 2315 Hoyt Ave., Everett. Phone BA. 8523. FOR SALE---Clean white enamel wood or oil range $50.00. John Patch, Arlington Heights. We now have Bedroom Suites, walnut and limed oak finishes. Double dresser and head board with low foot, $127.50 and up. See them now at Wallitner's Furniture Co. FOR RENT--Hilco Super Chief Floor Sander; electric hand sander; floor polisher. COAST-TO-COAST STORE WANTED WANTED--Full time job on farm with room and board. Phone 188J3. $7.10, $5•56; 55, $9.12, $9.12. Any holder of a participating plan of National Service Life In- surance, issued to World War II and pre-Korean veterans, may have this provision added to his policy by passing a physical ex- amination and paying the addi- tional premium. O m ARTIFICIAL BREEDING IglqT Breeodvart~Cisally1 toBP~duct~on ~'~'a P ." Y: . '" g. LOST--Lady'~u~en wrist watch, $6 00 l~o memDersnip iees . • • • with black band. Lost on Olym- Golden Charm Proven Sire Ser-- . .. ,~,, ..... ,,^,. ^a vi plC Ave., ~..~;ton. va~u,::u ee= .... : .... g~aduation gift. Finder please rnone Arnngmn ~Zbl • • -- .......... ~- ......... write to Pat Berhn, R. 1, I S~]C TANK pumping. Fred] Granite Falls, Wash. Davxs~. " 109 ,~~. Olympm'. Phone ~Re~ 1562. I Answers to name of Sonney. ...... ' Dadi^ -TV Service Has collar with tag, J. C. Mc- I*UWIJ~ .~v. _ u ~x~ .... I Clellan, Los Angeles. Phone ~ttaalo ~uoes ana repmr, reie-i has a wall . .. 121, Darrm ton. Harr Van Ar- _ , _, °IX , ] vision service• All service work ham Darr gl~ill Re~Yrd Tea lammerly, I guaranteed. ' " " " r se.~_rvice delivery. [ WESTERN AUTO SUPPLY SUPPLIES for sale atI ARTIFICIAL BREEDING farm, R. 5,. Arlington.[ NORTHWEST CO-OP BREEDERS l. ~ Expert and experienced insemin- ~--,,~ ._--:7-~-.M ators using the newest in tech- lCl~an~sh,,:~°i~[ niques. Top quality, tested se- "i~rain~2~ll'~'~pho~] men-from PROVEN a.nd super- ton Concrete for young HOLSTEIN, GUERN. SEY, JERSEY & HEREFORD sires. Lifetime membership $5.00. Breeding fee $6.00--2 and 3 services FREE. Call collect Monroe 4331. Arlington 2141. BREED THE BEST-- BREED NORTHWEST For SHOVEL DRAGLINE or Hoe Work Call S. V. LEDBETTER Phone 322W5 Arlington boil, bake and fry. grocer for "Netted Valley Gem" or buy Valley Gem Farms. fflVE IRVIN H. KALLOCK R. 2, E. Stanwood, Wash. - Insurance - Ch~~ % Farmers' Mutual of Enumelaw rubber. Phone 193J4. Fire and Automobile on, R. 2, Arlington. Phone Peoules 2111 ~~-~--l¢la-tbed motor, 8.25 tire~two th Marysville at'fray- SERVICE - CobrrRACTING e. Phone 4288. =ommercial & Residential Wir lng. ~ Lighting Fixtures--Ap ~" pliance Repair and ~Ser~ce. setting; wheel balanc- LEO G. HALL raakes. Weber Pontiac, Phone 2042 406 So. French • DRIVE-A-WAY PLAN. ,le now. New Buicks ~acs. Weber Pontiac• ~r~u~ k~01. , night at Woodland, 1 mile "--Truck and tractor re i south of E. Stanwood. Music by "--all makes, all rood-i Monty's Melody Five. ternational . Harvester! DANCE at the Midway every Sat- WEBER PONTIAC urday night, 8 til 12. LOTHIN6 usy, effective salesmen To Whom It May Concern: ........ ,.. Lvy cruiser back coats, Notice is hereby given that the colors, popular brand, undersigned will no't be respon- tore Oso, Wash. ., sible for any bills contracted by / any other than himself. GENTRY SUITS LEONARD ANDERSON. ) your measurements l Jan. 16, 1953. er tailors. Featuringl ,• , o • ap)rted woolens, $55/ No. zz9¢~ at Pennev's in Arlin~. i NOTICE OF HEARING ON FINAL AC- COUNT OF EXECUTRIX AND PETI- TION FOR DECREE OF DISTRIBUTION In'the Superior Court of the State of Washington for Snohomish County. for all the faro In the Matter of the Estate of FRANK- Driced. Exnerl LIN R. HERSHBEI~G~, Deceased. Notice is hereby given that Ida Arlington Shoe Hershberger as Executrix of the above entitled estate has filed herein her fi- nal account of her administration LOGGING thereof, together with her petition for decree of distribution, in which it is ' prayed that all property of said estate be distributed to Ida Hershberger, and Reject or roug~ that Friday, the 30th day of January, 1953, aS the hour of 1:30 o'clock p.m. 5/16, %, ~. and the courtroom of Department No. 3 Pick up at mill. At. of the above entitled Court, in the & Plywood Co County Courthouse, City of Everett, Snohomish County, State of Washing- Sawing -- We ton, have been fixed by order of the undersigned Clerk of the above entitled mill to your-farm Court as the time and place for hear.- your logs to order, ing on said final report and petition R. 4, Everett, for decree of distribution. (SEAL) ANDEt~ ANDEP~SEN, Clerk of Above ~tltledCourt. By Myrtle Jordan, - Phone 1344 Deputy. CLEANERS o.W. Hinman, Attorney for Execu- trix, R• 1, Arlington, Wash. ALT for Date of first pub., Jan 1, 1953. ERATIONS Date of last pub., Jan, 15, 1953. CALL FOR BIDS Sealed bids will be received by the undersigned, until 8 p.m., iTue, day, Feb.10, 1953, for the purchase of the old Bryant Grange building, at Bryant, and for one acre of ground, % mile south of Bryant crossroads, on Highway 1-A. Possession of building may be had within 60 days, and immedi- ate possession on acre of grotmd. -'tiMing is 28x56 ft. Further par- ticulars and information as to re- moval of building, may be had n'om undersigned. 10'~ earnest money must ac- company bid. Committee reserves right to re- ject any or all bids. HELEN SILL, See. Bryant Grange Building Committee R. 4, Arlington. In Arlington - Phone 1344 KILLOUGH CLEANERS for Hat Blocking and Cleaning SNOHOMISH COUNTY PUD No. 1 GROWS FROM "BIRTH TO MATURITY" IN THREE SEPT. 1, 1949--- AUG. 31, 1952 1,848 Transformers /' 1,744 Miles of Wire SOUND MANAGEMENT GOO, D_ SERVICE .... P U B L I C IIBlll DISTRICT NO. 1 I I I II I III III I II II I service 6,888 Poles facilities in Snohomish UTILITY I IJ II THE ABOVE MAP SHOWS SIZES AND LOCATION OF LOTS. THE BOTTOM OF THE MAP IS THE EAST BOUNDARY• '~ $725 $975 • to • Terms: Down payments as low as $14 00, with 24 months on balance. 5% discount for cash. Real Estate and Insurance I For further information see Phone 2675 413 Olympic, Arlington \