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PAGE TEN TIlE ARLINGTON TIMES, ARLINGTON, WASHINGTON,,q'[I APRIL 23, 1953. % , of the Texas League; Don Meier, ! successful program for Arling- Woolley Relays, a big track eventlington travels to • I I I BiLLRv~U .:x-Eagle ace who had tryouts ton youngsters .... Splitting in these parts will be held tb~'lTuesday April 28 to with the Seattle Rainiers; Vance thei~ two league games Coach following day' Saturday, Aprii[Seagulls' in a 1on le$ i;olland, another Arlington hurl- Ed. Korsboen's Jr.' Hi nine enter- 25... Coach 'Ralph Pistorese'stArlington also ulayS AKE er who had spring tryouts with thins Jane Addams Jr. Hi. of Se- tennis squad was shaken up by]ville mxt Thursday Lewiston, Idaho and Bremerton attle in another league fixture on a strong Snohomish net team[lea ue aTe... I~ ; !] ~WN~ua0ke----'~H VVestern International League, Tuesday. . , April 28 .... Winners of last week. Pistorese expected to,Simmons "g g' young Darr teams; Don Murray, ex-townI their hrst track meet in eompe- win the match but only Tommy has Monroe as a visf team infielder who had tryouts~tition with Monroe Edmonds Erick~on eame back a winner /day April 24 It is alc !1 ~ with the Boston Red Sox; DalelOak Harbor, and 'Twin City' taking first singles . Coach|.. Harold Haga and 5lcGu.ire, who played semi-proI Coach Larry Munizza's track men Ernie Ludwick's off and on Eag- ]ford lead the regulars '[ • 1 it, : . . ~a}!,~n blissourl, andmore ~re:compete at Snohomish tomorrow, lies entertain the league leading]for Darrington.-Botl~ ' V/ith the coming of warn ', ....... v--,~ every any. '~nis~ ~riaay, ,~pril 24, against Snoho-]Edmonds nine today, Thursday,]at a •375 clip. Bill Gr ]weather mterest is building up gives every indication of a very lmish and Edmonds. The Sedro.[April 23, in a league contest. Arl-|with a .33 mark... Bob Thomason Darrngtofi s ~ -- for the comin fas , . - v_ _ . -- - g tball season. Senior all-around athlete carved . • IThe ancients are b ~" " g o ~~~~~ Jrs. Bea.t Snohom sh, tcr?nk .p their arms ~,gdnwn~nget~° • Y ~ ~ " " ' ~OS~ ~N MNrlll"gl~ [iug if they will last through the no run game against the Monroe . v ,.v .,,v,,~,,, /season. Darrin~ton Navv Radio Bearcats Thomason faced but 23 Coach Ed Korsboen's Jr Hi land Micke" ,7.,_ '_ .,; . hitters ill the seven inning coil- baseball team, defending countylfield clubsYth~s~n~sowin agalrn test, and set twelve down . On. Jr. League champs, got: off to .alrington is defending champions. strikes. Only three l~mnroe nit-' rtmnlng star~ oy winning tnelrl... Interest in Little League ters made the initial sack two oft-postponed opener with Snoho-]base~ball is becnmina ,-~n ..... i on walks and one on an error, mish.last week, 12to 6. Arling-Ident every day.-T"he'~hu'ge'ap;li~ and none got heyond seconaIlon" plcKea up nlnenlts ano cap-]carlon list of 190 boys from the base. The score ended 7 to 0. litadze:I on nine ranther, errorslages of eight to twelve had a lot Thomason sewed up the eon-~to rack up Inelr e, asy win. J.Im~to do with it. It now seems like- test in. lhe first inning when]Morgan. . neld .the losers to five ly that six teams will ...... .~tart ~,,~i*~'~ John Tdand was safe on an er-Ihits and syruck out eleven, more]league season, which is in a for-] for, stole second, and counted on man oHsetung seven nome team|mative stage now but scheduled! I-iLLS BROTHERS 1 DALEwooD' STRICTLY FRESH AT A SAVING PRICE. Thompson's one-baser Coachierrors [to onen w 'nnl e, ln~ I . . • .- _ ~ henseh .............. ] Yellow Margarine Zl Vern Slnlmons' crew added in- An error, a walK, and conseeu-]Some of the local men showing l surance runs in the fourth andlt~vetrlples by John Jacobson and|interest in this athletic program! Iilth frames, counting threelm Connaener, gave Arungton a|for the voun~er boys and will-'~" The finest • • Lb. times in the fourth without a hit0]~irst inning 2 to 0 lead.,Two more ing to put in° consi~lerable time buy southpa d tile nnal r,~me m, ~ " ' tson r " ' i.'r'S")aiaa,,uress-,ng, .*' Harold Haga, Gerald Green, and]errors and Don Borseth s one bas-Ithis summer are Ed Wellman " I 'RICHED BLEND. aLL-PURPOSE. FOR PERFECT BAKING. Bill Green all spiking the plate./er netted tw° m°re in the see°na.,former director. . ~ . . , .............. of tAB Ev~rot~' l-lb. 2.lb. l .e.er, ll Another trloofeountersclnehed{TheEagleslcedthec°ntestlnthetBovs Club andex-GraniteFalls 85 con 1.69 matters in th~ next inning. ! next frame asfinohomish miscu-]pl~yer; John Simontacehi, form-Can q ~l~Ir 10-Lb. ~i Thomason led off the inning by ea on mree stralgnt plays, plus er nro-ball nlaver for Shrevenort • ~ I II~| • • • • Bag reaching first on a boot, Daryl'hits by Duane Smith, Hammerly,] " • . r - - • NESTLES MORSELS FOR COOKIES CANDY, FROSTING Edwards walked and Thomason L. Snyder, and Connacher, giv: A I. , rt EDWARDS 1 .~ Z ' _ • counted as Haga doubled. Ed- ing Arlington seven runs. Conna-],~r~ng[0nvr0Ds I Ch0(0i(] e Chips l{ wards scored as G. Green grouncL cher s second triple in the sixth[~. ~r~ . a Coffee ed to short and Haga scored on]and another Snohomish boot/~ [O Z t, ontest i • • • Green s single. ]counted the final tally. ]nt, n~ ° t~.. • 1 b Ful - odied fragrant b 1 e n d.| I ""~ox score: !! Connacher. had a field day forl~ IO lWln (,it"z II Fresher by days. Lg. 4-lb. can 3.19 | CREAM 'O THE CROP.2ROWN OR WHITE. EVERY EGG GUARANTEED FRESH. AB H R O A EArhngt°n, piekinguptw°triples,| Plavin~,atTwi-P;t,~o~,-,~, [Large AA Eggs 6! Tiland. If ........ 4 0 1 1 0 0 a single, and•being safe on anlday {l~e~rlington']~gies~los;'a! Parris c 4 0 011 1 llerror nis murm top. nammertY/nractice ~,am-*,, th~ oo~.~;..~ ~'2 83c Z,~" 1.65 ............. had a two for four day at the{~" " ................. ', Thomason p .. 4 1 1 0 3 0] . . by a 4 to 2 margin. This was in: @ • Doz. Edwards, lb .... 3 0 1 7 0 01Pia~e" ..... I spite of a two-hit hurling per-' " ' . DUCHESS. SEND IN PURITY SEAL. AND 60d FOR SILVERWARE. Ha a ss 2 1 2 0 4 0 bnor~ score" 1~ n ~ r i DAWNY FLAKE I ~ I I ~ • ~ g ........... [ . • i fo manee by Jerry Carter. Carter' Sanford, cf ...... 3 1 0 0 0 0[Snoh9mlsh .... 002 310 0 6 5 91had a no-hitter going for threeI Noble, cf .......... 1 0 0 0 0 0[Arlington ...... 227 001x 12 9 7land a third innings before Flo- [¢OZea Waffles G. Green. 2b .... 3 0 1 0 1 0 ] ThOmson and StocKer. J. mor- nes singled. ! • • • R. Green, 3b .... 3 1 1 2 0 0 ~gan and L. Snyder: .... ] Arlington picked up single', D. Clark, rf ...... 1 0 0 0 0 01 A fl.ve-r.un outours[ zn melruns in the first and f0urthI Buy two packages and receive | MAYDA~. GUARANTEED TO HAVE A COMPLETELY NEUTRAL FLAVOR Robinson, rf .... 2 0 0 0 0 0 ~fourth inning gave Monroe a 7 frames. The first counter eameione without additional eosL | ~ • I $ ~• , ...... , to 2 decision over Arlington at[asGeneCowlesooenedthe~ame, ": "3 I $oladl tl ~: $5' "nt31 Total .." ........ ~30 4 7219 little Bearcat's field last Tuesday.]with a single, stae second, and; oPfl~6 ~Four Arlington errors and three counted as Bill Goerli " ! Ii • • R H E~ . ...... | eh hit safe-i Darrington .... 100 330 07 4 1 WalKs open, e d, me gates,Ior.wi.on-~ly. Their final tally was a gift, • ,, ~ ..... o ann non oo a alroe t~lovers oases loaaea triple the Cardinals chinuin~-in two er i Mv.~v,. ............ vvv v,.v v.~v ,~ " ..... "~ - i was the big blow of the inning rors ahead of Don ~" ......... MAXWELL HOUSE I PLASTIC CUI~ Thomason and Parris Niehol • r~t~un " "[Arlingt°n c°unted their tw° runs] sin"le all°wine Jack A"a'~r~'" i I I I 0 Sh! son and Thompson ~ ~ ........ " • ]inthe first inning. After the first[to scol"e [ nstant Coffee range Traveling to Lake Stevens last]two batters had whiffed Jacob-I The Cardinals counted all their~ Friday, the Darrington Loggers/son and Connacher walked anti,runs in the sixth frame With one:I suflered fheir first defeat in]both scored as Monroe erred on[down Niom~oior ~incH;d V1 .... i w~..~~ | NO shortage at Safeway. | Party Pr!de. Orange ................ • "~'~, ....... ~ | Fresh stook h~ ~.~;.,~n I apple Ilavor. In * league~ play as the Vikings wonIHammerly's and D. Smith's., W'_..a~ ..--I~afo............. an nn orrar ~..--.,th°n .~..,.%._.Cn,tar ~ ~.: ............. I plastic containers. , 4 to 0 behind the one-hit hurl-]ground ball. Arlington picked UPIloq control to walk Perry Zunoe' .... New Potatoes ing of Anderson. Anderson wh - but one hit off of Carlson a was h;t bv a nitched ball for Boo fed f°hrteen L°ggers and didn'tld°hble bY Blander in the f°urth,] run l~lon~es was forced" "at tt{e W~E walk a man. Dick Noble wasias elevert potential hitters went IpIa~e but an outfield error clean- safe on an error in the secondlc, own on strikes, ted the bases and the Cards had R while John. Tiland, singled withI ~, R H Eifour bide. r~n.~ ....................... a. r..r y We k. two down in the sixth to becomeIArlin.ton ........ 200 000 0 2 1 71 unearned • • • " " " " .o XTRA COST. the only Darrington runner. San- Monroe ............ 002 500 X 7 4 3 Gene Cowles paced Arlilwton'¢ U S No 1 Size A California White ONE PLASTIC DRINKI ford got as far as second. Mean- D. Smith, J. Ivlorgan (4~ anciiseven hit attack with two sin~,le~ShaLers. Washed bright and clean l~. ~ ~ 41/20z while three Darrington hurlers~Peake. Carlson .and Cook. [Jack Anderson stole three sa°cks: " " :~ LIBB¥ S BABY FOOD . . cal • 12 held the Vikings to four hits andl ------------u Ithe Ea~.les nilferin~, a total of two ealne(l runs A walk and a~ • • • -~ " ~" • I " " ~. i.~_ | 1IF ]five. Carter struck out five and, ALL GREEN TENDER SPEARS. NO WASTE. WONDERFUL FLAVOR. SOUPS. VEGETABLES, DESSERTS. STRAINED OR CHOPPED' singlestevensbYrunTaylorinthenettedfirst ainning.{Lake!eagms. .In win.. ~ . ~ walkedBox ~c~re'tW° in his first start. ,1 LOCAL ASPARAGUS . . . lb. 16c GERBER'S: BABY FOOD 12, • ~ . . - ..... • • a![l~ A single by Itolder a sacrlIme, uver over • ; ~ , ' , e[[~ ~ [0 I. IArlington (2) AB H R O A E! RED RI'I~E FULL OF FLAVOR FOR A DELICIOUS 8I:IORTCAKE CA"N--= ........ ~ind TlloJn ts~gn s own crlol gavel ' ~(owles ss 3 2 ~ -----'~ ~ " ........ " -- " _ , ~ ~'rto~, ~'~--r o~ BORDEN'S EVAPORATED. CASE OF 48; " ":-- . ' ". ~., Coach Ernie Ludwicks hot ant.,: ......... 1 ~ STKAWBERRIES . . . box 33c CANNED MILK ,a,1 lhe Lakers .nothel in the secon~ • " " - ' , ., "~eold Eagles surprised the Everett[Goerlich 2b .... 4 1 0 3 3 0 I .... . . . . * Cans u~ A walk 'm error and ttasslana s e • • • ' • , , " . , , ......... )eagulls last week, taking a well-]Llndqulst, If .... 3 0 0 0 0 1 I PERFECTLY RIPENED ~ouble netIeo a pair in me ilitn . - . . . ~ played 3 to 2 contest at Arhngton.~Anderson, c .... 3 1 1 6 0 0 olfof ElllGreen. RoLanatvioun~Jaek Anderson Blue and Gold[Wognild, cf .... 3 0 0 0 01 GOLDEN BANANAS . . . lb. 15c . ,-. " "~ r regular~ catcher took over the , f ........ 3 1 0 0 0 2 Darrington. hill chores, leVting Sophomore Peterson, lb .... 3 1 0 4 0 0 COACHELLA LOCAL OUTDOOR BoX score: [John Dennis hold forth behindIBorseth. 3b ....... 3 0 0 . 0., ub - -. = ' | ' | ' .ABHROAEthe pldte. Anderson held the|Carter, p .......... 2100~0, Grapefruit Rh arb Tiland, ef .......... 3 1 0 3 0 0 ]Gulls to five scattered hits, and,[Coming ph .... 1 0 0 0 0 0 ! ' Parris. c ...... 3 0 0 4 4 0 0 !although no4 striking anyone out[ ...... ! very I~. serve half or juiced. Choice crop. Can or freeze now. Thomm, on, Gad the lo~ers skying out and[ Totals .......... 28 7 2 18 6 6 I Econorrii~al, in mesh bag. Buy a box. ~"~..~.~_.. ~f. ~-~,.."~ -v . p-3b ............. 3 0 0 0 1 l lhitting easy grounders. ~ R H 39c 22. .go, L, 5c • Edwards, lb .... 3 0 0 5 0 1 t Everett scored first, jumping'Arlington ........ 100 100 0 2 7 6; ~l~dord, If ...... 10020 0~frame With one down Antak andI .a...~.'7~--~--~..~...~7 .... ' ~ E xceilentQuanty;newerop. ~_ t've r'l~-'s ~at anattra~'Lb" .' "--" I" 1 0 ^ 1 ................................. ~o~ie, I ........ u u u |Anderson singled in successlon, I ON STATE FOREST" BOARD LAND [ ~'# pring Cabbage lb. , p ce. " Anderson, If .... 0 0 0 0 0 0 |the former counting on a fly balll N0tlce is hereby given that on Tues-[ ~'2|~ ~..,...|~ Fine flavor. Red: Ripe, ~t~'% U.S. "CHOICE" OR "GOOD." CUT TO YOUR FAVORITE Tt-IIG~ P~binson rf 2 0 0 0 0 0|tn w...na a.u.~t.... lli~cl in(day, the 5th day'of May, 1953, corn-: O~ldU DUWi~ FreshoT°mt t'uSCtn. aC BEEF T-BONE STEAKS . • lb, 7..=-... ,,~ ---- .. ..... ,%-- ..--e,-----~. -: ..... ~"'* "/.~: ..... ..~mencing at ten o'dlock in the forenoon t~. t, reen, Zo .... z u u ± l u the secona, stanza, netung all of said ~is.y, in froat Of the main en- Just t~ dish for serving l~I'~di'um sizes 60 l~b ~4r2,39 ~' U.S. "CHOICE" or "GOOD." BP,,OIL SERVia. WITH FRE~C'H FI~ B. Green; 3b-p._ 2 0 0 1 3 0 their runs in that frame. Larry .trance aoor to the county court house your c¢!orIul Spring ShiRRS. Yellow Onions ib DC DITE'E' ~iDI IM,CT i'v IL M,mnt ', 0 0 0 " 00 0 ('~le,-,n nn~,~ri th,~ iw~iwa, uHth ~ m the City of Everett, County of Sno- -- , x ........ i..~...~,,, v~.... ........ .~ ..... e, ..... "=. homlsh, State oI Washington, by the 6 si~, • * , i~K~K~I" Ol~l.~|L~ Olr,~ . . . |~,: # ....... .-- single ann was saIe at secona county Auditor of said county, the ] ~ Tender, green leaves. Cel/o I nc U S "CHOICE" OR "GOOD" 7 INC ....... ~ .... Totals ............ 23 1 0 18,5 2 on Don Peterson's fielder's choice. Umber on the tonowmg descrtbed sta~e: E*¢h a~C Fresh pinach.bag _. tt~ RIR R(}AgT " ~ ~. ~w.~= rr~' ~,~* /d~c~r~;ld f~ll~xx,orl ,~rith a, land will be sold at public auction to'~ • x% n ,c, ~-t~-; .... ~ ..... ,.v..~,,:~-,,, ,,,~., the highest bidder ~here.for. to-wit: i Darrington .... 000 000 0 0 1 2 triple, ana counlea nlmseK on a APPLICATION ~O. F-2513 FRESH FROZEN -,*,~-- ,.,,v....,-. . . • • Lake Stevens 110 020 ;4 4' 4 1 single by Dennis. Everett count- Dead standing and down cedar only] M,- nt'ed their final tally in the fifth onE,Lots 3 an~x 4 ~N~" of, SW~,% of SWb~, ,I SMOKED Finest quality. GUaranteed. ,~ of NW,'4, S,z of S/z of Lot 2. and, Boneless Butts Fresh Ground Beef Thomason, B. Green ), "~" on walk, a fielder's choice, anl s,~ of NE~,of section 3, Lot 1 of sec- 1 (6) and Parris. Anderson's second safe blow. The tion 5, all in townshiD 32 north, range Smoked. boned and tied, Anderson and Dunbar. o ~S(' t'~-~,T~e~" clasSltleo ads -- ~,~erive salesmen. Show 3tin'Is 7:15 p.m. Sat. mat. ~ Sun. Cont. from 5 p.m. "IIE.-}'RI.-SAT~, APRIL 23-24-25 "PAT AND MIKE" Starring Spencer Tracy and Katharine Hepburn Co.Starring Aldo Ray with William Ching SO~.-MON. ' APRIL 2~-~7 "VIVA ZAPATA! Star~ing Marion Brando TUES.-WED, APRIL 28.29 "THE GIRL IN WHITE" Starring June Allygon T/H(U.-FRI.-SAT. APR. 30, MAY 1-2 "LOST IN ALASK&" Starring ]Bud Abbot - Lou Costello ~Plus-- Boy Roqers in "SOUTH OF CALIENTE" Gulls had runners on second 6 east, W. M., containing 227.78 acre~, ' No waste. SpecialCana- more or less, according to the govern- Delicious red-ripe berries. dian bran~. and third in both the sixth and merit survey thereof. This tJl~er will Treat thefamily, serve, seventh innings, but couldn't hit be sold on the salvage plan a~ provided Strawberry Shortcake to- lb, 69c the ball out of the infield when in Chapter 8~ of the Sessinn Law3 of n~ght. Rib or Loin Ends. Serve 12-Oz. FANCY PORK LOIN ROAST 1937 whic~,provides for the ~ale of dam- the chips were down. aged tl~r~ Doz. 3.95 Pkg. Sliced Bacon Deep Sea "Sonei resh The lowest acceptable bid wlll be 25% of the selling price of the logs. Certi- Armour's"Star."No. 1 BOX score: 2 g TENDER BITES OF BEEF COMBINED WITH VEGETABLES. COD FILLETS Dennis,Arlingt°nc (3) ........ AB H1 0A 0E Thefled buyerbUreau scalels to pay°nlYallwillcostsbeofaccepted'scaling. SWANSON'S BEF2 HE, S_ .: .oz. 39c quality. Cello wrapped. Large Slze.. Tend'er;. Bread Lindquist,2b-ss 1 0 1 Certilied and sworn statements as ~o Pkg. lb. 65c FRESH OYSTERS the scale and sale prLce to the basis of m m Thomsen, cf .... 3 I0 3 2 1 * Lnvoicing. EVERGREEN " NEW| KING Anderson, p .... 3 0 0 2 The purchaser'will be required to de-'; 1 1 1 posit $250.00 with the County ,Auditcr Oison ........ a 0 QV RT size.! on the da~e of sale as evidence of good Peterson,Wognild, Ib" ._.: 3If .... 3. 0.~ I 100~ uc"_ ._...._ 0ms . ... fa,th wh,oh ount be he,d in the Borseth. 3b ...... 3 0 0 0 1 ILands and may be apDned On ttm last Replace your old broom Your fav~ite nDW of the timber to be cut. Tim purchas- A new economy size on this half milk, half ~eam blaud, at this bargain price, in two different Cowles, ss ........ er will also be required to submit a sur- Goerlich, 2b .... 0 0 0 0 3 0 ely bond iu the amount of $1.000 to 'em at Safeway. guarantee compliance wlttt all lamas con- 27 49 29 cerning fire protection and logging, as Pint C Quart C ! Totals ............ 21 .4 3 21 11 3 well as compllance with the State For- EACH R H Eest Practice Act and. campllance wlth 2.23 PKG. - - -10 0 2 5 0 all terms of the hill. of sale., MADE TO SPARK YOUNG APPETITES Everett ............ 100 0 ,, • ,~ The purchaser win be required to sub- Arlington . .- 030 000 x 6 "~ o mit monthly statements to the amount WHEATIES CEREAL 8=o,. 16c " ........... ill or timber removed during the prevl- ............. r~g. KRAFT'S. SPREADS SMoo'r~LY EVEN ~ COLD. wnuams, ~vans tb, anari ousm PARKAY MARGARINE ,, I "1 onth and to accompany such re- CRISP FRESHNESs. NUT-LIKE FLAVOR Anderson and Dennis. port with a remittance to cover pay- CHERRIOS CEREAL 7=o . 17C 0 - men$ on the agreed basis. Any breach .............. l~Kg* I ! L " I of 1~he terms of said contract will CORN CEREAL GUARANTEED TO STAY.CRISt~ 11~ M~LK. ~ELL IT--If you have any artlcle cause the forfeiture 0f the cash deposit KIX CEREAL 7-oz. 17c s GUEST-QURLITY. NO ARTIFICIAL FLAVORING. " I I use tr~, and.action to recover on ~he $1000 ..................... Pkg..LLSWEETIIINI1ONIIlI~KILII|D~JIDIM£,, of furniture, no n , -~ ,ho,~, ' NABISCO. DELICIOUS HOT OR COLD. . , Times classified ad, '--flog with or orse only. SHREDDED WHEAT 19c A Lb. No unnecea~ary damage to reproduc- " ............... Pkg. , NOTICE OF SALE OF TIMBER ON tion will be permitted. SNOW'S CONDEN~ET) ~ ENGLAND STYLE STATE LAND APPLICATION NO. 22641 Notic is hereby given that Appli- zation No. 22641 has beGn filed in the! office of the Commissioner of Publlc Lands at Olympla, Washington, in ac- cordance with the provisions of Chap- ter 66 or the Session Laws of 1933, for the purchase of tlmber on the following d~Lscribed land in Snohomish County,: Approximately 28,000 board ~feet of dead standing and down fir and hem- lock only on the SE~,~ of Lot 1, section 1, township 32 north, range 9 east, W. M., owned by the State of Washington. Timber appraised at $250. Burning, if any, as directed by the State Forest Warden. The timber on the above described land will be sold on May 5, 1953, to the applidant at the appraised value, pro- vialed that no offer, in writing, of at least 10% more than the appraised value, accompanied by a sufficient de- posit, Is received hy the CommissiOner of Public Lands at least two days prlor to the date of sale. Terms of Sale--CASH. The purchaser will have ninety daya from the date oi ~ale to cut and remo~e %hb tlmber. Dated this 17th day of April, A. D, 1953. All timber products to be branded before leaving the property wlth a brand to be furnished by the State For- est Board. Time for removal will be three years. Burn as directed by the State ~ores~ Warden. The purchaser of the above de- scribed timber wiU be required to com- ply strictly with laws governing slash disposal as found in Title 36, Chapter 1, ~emington's Compiled Statutes and laws amend~tory thereto, and all otner State Fores~ Laws. The purchasers of state timber are required to run out the lines and are responsible for trespass in case timber: is cut on adjacent state-owned land. ; The bill of sale to be issued will give' the holder ~he right to construct log- ging roada aross the above described tract for the removal of said timber,: but will not give him any exclusive Jurisdictlon over the tract. The state re- serves the right to grant rights of way for logging roads or for any other pur- pose over and across the above de- I ~crlbed tracts at any time and neither the state nor the grantee shall be li- able to the holder of the bill of sale for any damage caused thereby. A. CASE, OTTO A. CASE. Commissioner of Public Lands, Sec- COMMISSIONER OF PUBLIC LANDS ~retary State Forest Board. 11" HIGH with 2 LARGE or 1 GIANT FAD LARGE Box TO~' "" 31c GIANT .,, 73c CLAM CHOWDER For Swiss 'Steak: Bone removed* Bone1's Beef Round lb. I5-Oz. I Can GET 1 JELLO PIE FILLIN~ AT NQ EXTRA COST. WITH SPRY SHORTENING I I I I Can SUNSHINE. CREAM FILLED SANDWICHES. HYDR0X COOKIES ,,.o,. I i i I Pkg. SOAKS DISHES CLEAN. SAVES TIME AND WORK. VEL DEjERGENT.~ ~ Lge. I I I I Size e? on hand. No Sales I I I