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THE ARLINGTON TIMES, ARLINGTON, WASIHNGTON, THURS., MAY 10, 1951 PAGE SEVEN FOR SALE FOR SALE rapanion House Trail- in cupboards. Equip- L electric brakes, fac- t. 14 ft. ADDIE ROBB ,ute 5, Arlington So. Ed.____ ge__co_ m_b, Wash. RED HOLSTEIN BULL -L 21/2 years old. E. L. L, Route 1, Arlington. ~G % TWIN ALL- BEDS, complete " with and mattresses, ). Ralph B. Bleeck, R_.4, Arlingto. n. -- 2-wheel lime little used. Sig- 1 mile South of -M-0-T-H E~ I-S You will find a fine of gifts here. Waffle asters, Revere Ware, ms, etc. RE PC-COAST STO Arlington BALANCING " FOR SALE FOR SALE--1940 Pontiac 6 five- passenger coupe. Kathryn MacCurdy, R. 4, one mile from Haller bridge~ PAINTING YOUR HOUSE.* Don't forget Supertax Exterior House Paint. Coast-to-Coast Store, Ar- lington. FOR SALE---Cle-Track 55, with I.,aacson Blade, $1,000; needs some work. Heichel Bros., R. 1, E. Stanwood. Phone Peoples 13F21. B-U I CK- S-~9 Sedan --- Radio, heater, seal- beam lights. Good engine, running gear. Charles Grewe, Phone 54. FARMERS, Don't let flies cut your milk production. Use our Cattle Fly Spray, 90c gal. COAST-TO-COAST STORE Arlington Tank, never been used; also a Conde Milking Machine, single unit, only used 3 months. Ph. 249J1. Pete De Grosse, 11/2 mi. north Bryant. Phone 249J1. Camp & Home R. 5, Arlington. )roximately 100,- ft. cedar, hemlock, ladle timber. Will sell or on stumpage ba- M. Bates, R. 3, on tn road. MOTHER -- We end tables, cof- card tables, floor lamps. A good of Hassocks. Wal- Co. horse--t35. glasses in brown ase. $5.00 reward. Lakewood. ~- 1 used Olympic ; furnace, one oil heat- Wood circulator heat- 421 days or 1173 Iron-wheel farm oak, good condi- Phone 10R2. good organ, in Mrs. M. M. 5, Arlington. Lumber, electric springs $1 and up. Complete beds; Hoover Sweepers; 16 mm Movie Projector, and many other items. The second Hand Store, 320 West Ave. Mastertex Seat Covers. We have them for most cars. Full Set $15.49. Coast-to-Coast Store, Arlington. FOR SALE--Micro 16 Camera, in excellent condition. Film can be inserted in 16 m.m. projec- tor. Paid $30 for it, will sell for $20. Call 1605. WOOD--Millrun, never been in water; $10.30 per load (2 cords) delivered in Arlington. Phone 549 Granite Falls. Write Gran- ite Falls Fuel Co., c/o Roal & Oberg mill, Granite Falls, Wn. FOR SALE --- 20 acres, 2-bed- room house, water and lights, bus and mail. Located north Arlington IIeights. Herbert Morgan, R. 2, Arlington. $3,000. terms. lift, truck. Phone May 12th, at 8 p.m. $1.00: couple. FOR SALE REPAIRS FOR SALE--Year-old geese, and Muscovy ducks. Mated pairs or singles, reasonable. John McGrath, R. 1, E. Stanwood. Peolhles 14F25. FOR SALE- Bellehaven Collie pups; one sable female, one tri-colored male, $15. John Mc- Grath, R. 1, E. Stanwood. Peo. 14F25. CABINET SINK almost new, red. sonable. F. E. Koetke, west side of Lake Goodwin. R. 1, Box 206A, E. Stanwood, Wash. Raise your pullets the safe, low cost way using Hunter's Start- ing Mash today. HUNTER & SON - Ph. 2051 ,If you are looking for a gift for Mother, don't overlook the many lovely items at THE HOBBY SHOP, 109 So. Olympic n.___eext t____o Massar Lumber Co. Lilly's ORGANIC MORCROP for lawns and garden s. Creates humus, helps the soil to hold moisture and will not burn. Get yours today at HUNTER & SON - Phone 2051 WANTED State Forest Board NOTICE OF SALE OF TIMBER ON STATE LAND Notice is hereby given that on Tues- WANTED TO BUY--1 day to day, the 5th day of June, 1951, corn- week-old calves. Ralph Bas- mencing at ten o'clock in the fore- e~tt ~ d Arllncctnn noon of said day, in front of the main .... ' "" "-' "~ "*'~""" entrance door, to the 'county court [~uaoe in the City of Everett, County /~II~L,I~ W,CklN]lhl9 -- UOmDlnaHon of Snohomlsh, State of Wa~hnag~,o2a, waitress and kitchen help, by the County Auditor of said county, q t d rl ~ rl ]~ ff,s the timber on the following described .a.ur.~ays an.~ _un..ays; ..u~. ............ state land will be sold at public aue- F1sn and ~nlps, Hlgnway D~, tion to the highest bidder vherefor to- 7 miles north Marysville. Ph. lwit: 27Td I APPLICATION NO. F-2089 .... Timber on SW~SE~ of Section 4, township 32 north, range 6 east, W.M., ........WAIN'I'ED IO Reni" or Buy--,5- ] containing 40.00 acres, more or less, ac- bedroom modern home in Ar- cording to the government survey 1]nn'tnn Wrlta r T4 14nrnmor IthereoI, appraised at $5,220.00. 216 BlaKeiy, ~vmnroe, wasn. NE~SW~SE~; W~,~ S~i% SW~,4 SE~:z .7~-.. ~--~---.~___~-,---- ,. I containing approximately 8.75 acr~, wA~vr~---~arm worK, or worN,is to be reserved for seed area. Any by the hour. Howard Prather, and all timber cut wlthln the seed Arlington. Phone 250J2. area must be paid for at the rate of .................... ao.eo per thin.and, and any timber WANTED --- Woman or girl to or reproduction damaged must a~so be paid for care for small children and Log with 'donkeys. do light housework. Phone Burn as directed, by State Forest 1123 evenings. Naroen. W--------~--~nk--~:IANTED--Scr~--Wil According to the State's cruise there are approximately 15,000 feet dead pick up. Write 1130 12th Ave., standing and down yellow fir, 75,000 feet sapling fir, 10,000 feet cedar, 530,- Seattle, Wash. R. Peterson. ~00 feet hemlock. ~lx. t~*7----10 APPLICATION NO. F-2380 Timber on N ~N ~V~SE~4SW~ ; SW 1/4 Floyd Headley, cash Buyer, R NW;~SE~SW~,~; SWI/4~S~SW~,4;SW;~ 5, Arlington. Phone 273J3. SE~/,SE~SW~ of section 11, township 30 north, range 7 east, W. M., contain- ~~ !ing 20.00 acres, more or less, accord- ing to the governn~ent survey thereof, appraised at $4,510.00. Slaughter co s, bulls, veal, The balance of the SE~/zSW~,I not young calves and young stock. FOR SALE--One bedroom house, GEORGE PIFER wired for electric range, has Phone 279J5 Arlington, Wash. E. W. Heater. On 2 lots with ~ri~gg. garage, $3,250.00. Call 1972. Highest prices paid for Saw- FOR SALE---N. C. M. Case pickup log stumpage. Dunn]ck, R. 4, baler. 80 acres of land with Stuller Ranch. timber. Reasonable prices. DEAD STOCK W,~NTED Howard Fisher, R. 2, on George Prompt free sdrvice. We pa~ Wallitner farm. FOR SALE--3-room house, one room unfinished. To b~e moved from property. See J. E. Roth, Arlington Heights Phone 255J3. ROCK PHOSPHATE--32% P2 05. Basically cheapest form of phosphate fertilizer. Non-acid. Valley Gem Farms, Phone 54. ROTOTILLING. Call phone 2691. Jim Brown, 527 McLeod. Concrete Septic Tanks, 265 to 500 gal. Well Tile, Culvert Pipe, Sewer Pipe, Drain Tile. Phone 1314, Arlington Con- crete Products. Electrical SERVICE - CONTRACTING Commercial & Residential Wir ing. -- IAghting Fixtures--Ap pliance Repair and Service. LEO G. ItALL Arlington Heights Home Demon- stration Club will give a card Phone 2042 406 So. French party using new advertising tables. Arlington Heights Hall, FOR SALE--Three lots in de. sirable location near grade schools. Phone Arlington 2051. Brand Shoes for all the fam- ily. Reasonably priced. Ex- pert shoe repairing. Arlington Shoe Shop. CHICKS -- All popular breeds, including "Northwesters," the Pheasant Hampshire Cross. Orders placed with us early will insure prompt delivery. ARLINGTON CAStI FEED STORE - PHONE 491 phone calls. Peoples 13F2, R 1, Box 378, E. Stanwood. J. A Asmus. IIIDES WANTED. M. Jansh~ Tannery, Marysville. ~EPT1C TANK pumping. Fred Davis, 109 S. Olympic. Phone 1562. We are buying FIR SAWLOGS in long or short lengths. Good unloading facilities. Contact Log Buyer at Alderwood Prod. ucts Corp., Airport, Arlington Phone 2441. WANTED DEAD STOCK Prompt, Courteous Service Call collect, Everett Bayview 9549 Puget Sound Byproducts, Inc. Box 651, Everett, Wash. FAMOUS GENTRY SUITS Tailored to your measurements by master tailors. Featuring many imported woolens, $55 and $65, at Penney's in Arling ton. WANTED--Old, disabled horses and cows tor mink feed. Call Stanwood Peoples 38F13, col. lect. Stanwood Fur Farms East Stanwood, Wash. MISCELLANEOUS WELL DRILLER AVAILABLE Inquire at S. & A. Store, Oso. Telephone 32R3. Perso-~s "-]~n t~ d- ~~n-g ferns can obtain further in, or I will deliver. Roy Robb, R. 5, Phone 187Wl. NE-W----B~MPS~ --P~s = (Christie laying strain) 9 to 12 weeks old, reasonably priced according to age. John formation by writing to Unit- ed Evergreens, P. O. Box382 Bellingbam, Wash. Truck pickup in Arlington, Darring ton area each Tuesday DR. ~. UNRAU Veterina dan Phone 61Al lington, Wash IRVIN ii. KALLOCK R. 2, E. Stanwood, Wash. - Insurance - Farmers' Mutual of Enumclaw Fire and Automobile Phone Peoples 2111 A beautiful, healthy lawn plays FOUND a very important part in your landscaping. Apply VIGORO or MORCROP now and your lawn STRAYED CALF -- Owner may will require less water later have same by identifying and on. Our spreader is free. I paying cost of keep and advt. ARLINGTON CASH FEED STORE i~. D. West, R. 5. Phone 491 I ~-~'-~ ------ --- ---I Crushed or pit run. You haull~~e 254J5. F0-R--RI~NT--House in East Stan- wood. Roomy, 3 bedrooms, wired for .range--t35.00. Phone 1123 Arlington evenings. included in this sale will provide ample seed area. Any and all timber cut within the seed area must be paid for at the rate of $30.00 per thousand, and any other timber damaged at the rate of $15.00 per thousand. Timber must be yarded to the west i or southwest to prevent damage to the remaining timber. All roads, logging lines and rigging must be kept out of the seed area. Log with "cats." Burn as directed by State Forest Warden. According to the State's cruise there are approximately 30,000 feet yellow fir, 20,000 feet dead standlng and down yellow fir, 420,000 feet hemlock. The purchaser of the above described timber wilY:be required to fall all dead and defective trees on the area and to comply strictly with laws governing slash disposal as found in Title 36, Chapter 1, Remington's Compiled Stat- JJ~ DANCE McGrath, R. 1. Box 292, East Stanwood, Peoples 14F25. Phone Concrete and Pumice Building BENEFIT DANCE at Oso Satur- Blocks 4", 6". 8". Pumice Chim,day night, May 12. Dancing nay blocks. Phone 1314. Ar. 10 to 2. Arnie Wangsmo's or- lin~ton Concrete Products. chestra. Admission 75c. Re- M.P. PHOSPHATE -- 19% avail, freshments served. able P2 05. Approved for P.M. CARD--0F THANKS A. payments. Non-acid. $38.00 We wish to express our deep ton, $2.10 sack. Valley Gem appreciation for the sympathy Farms, Phone 54. ]and expression of lovely flow- - ---- l ers in our recent loss; also to Plumbino & Heatino I thank for their kindness, Mrs. ' ~ "'ov- -i t res ~ I Charles Bernier, John Wrage and ~uppn s & ~ x u Mrs e ' " I Floyd Headl y, and Molls Stove coils built to order Funer " d FRED DAVIS " al home, an the helpful pallbearers; also t h e many Phone 1562 109 S. Olympic friends who came to be with us. on us to keep your electrical equipment working order at all times. ARLINGTON, WASH. YOUR HOTPOINT & BENDIX DEALER Contracting -- Motor Repairs SER VICE For our convenience . . . find it in a hurry! Jennell USE "RA PID GRO" complete---Marion, Albert and plant food containing ALL Green. known chemicals, trace ele- Times classified ass ments, vitamins necessary for lsults. Phone 493. growth, and production for healthy plant life. Dip berry plants and seeds before plant. ing to increase your crQp Pans-Iola Gardens, 1 miles N. Marysville on Colby Rd. get re utes and laws amendatory thereto. 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 the right to construct logging roads across the above de- 3crlbed tract for the removal of sald timber, but will not give him any ex-. elusive Jurisdiction over the tract. The State reserves the right to grant rights of way for logging roads or for any other purpose over and across the above described tracts at any time and neither the State nor the grantee shall be liable to the holder of the bill of sale for any damage caused thereby. The successful bidder will be re- quired to post a bo:~d of not lea~ than $1,000.00 to guarantee slash disposal in accordance with Chapter 207, Laws of 1929. The arrangements for the bond will be made with the Commissioner of Public Lands at the time the bill of sale is sent in for entry and execu- tion. The bidder must agree to com- ply strictly with the provisions of Chapter 193, Lawsof 1945, known a'~ the Forest Practice Act. Any purchaser will be required to pay the State dam- ages for any unnecessary destruction or damage to second growth timber. Said timber on said land will be sold for not less than the appraised value, as appraised by the Commis- sioner of Public Lands in the manner provided by law, a statement of which is now on file in the office of the Auditor of said county. Terms of sale are: Cash to be paid on the day of sale. The purchaser of timber on stat~ lands w141 have 3 years within which ~o remove said timber, with the prlv- Uege of securing' extensions of time under the statutes governing. JACK TAYLOR, Secretary, S~a~e Forest Board Date of 1st pub.. May 3, 1951. Date of last pub., May 31, 1951. O NO. 22128 NOTICE TO CREDITORS In the Superior Court of the State of Washington in and for the County of Snohomlsh. In the Matter of the Estate of MAG- NUS SELLBERG, Deceased. Notice is hereby given that the un- dersigned has been appolnted~and has qualified to act as Admirdstratrix of ~he Estate of Magnus Sellberg, de- ceased, and all persons having claims against said deceased or his estate are hereby required to serve the same in the form required by law on the under- aigned or J. P. Mathews and Joseph P. Mathews, Jr., her attorneys of record, at thelr offlce, 315 Olympic Avenue, -- Arlington, Washington, and file the same with the Clerk of the above en- titled court together with proof of service, wlthin six months after the date of first publication of this notice, to:wit: within six months after the 3rd day of May, 1951, and all claims not so served and filed within said time will be barred. MAE~ARET SE~LBERO, Admlnis- tratrlx. J. P. MATHEWS and JOSEPH P. MATHEWS, Jr., Attorneys for Admin- istratrix, 315 Olympic Avenue, Arling- ton, Washington. Date oI ~irst pub., May 3, 1951. Date of last pub., May 17, 1951. O In Arlington - Phone 1344 Clothes Expertly Cleaned ;~]d Pressed al KILl OUGt-I CLEANERS 0 "~-,~,r,,, haas now available Three for 10c. CALL FOR BIDS The Town of Arlington will open bids Monday, May 14, 1951, for the totlowing: 2353 feet 4-inch water main; 500 feet 6-inch 'water main. The Town reserves right to re- ject any and all bids. C. W. HILL, Clerk. - Phonecleaned1344Olympic Pressed at RADIO SERVICE Phone 723 Bracy Bldg. - Arlington Prompt, Efficient Service Cleaners of Standard Port- TyPewriters MACHINES Also: ~BUILT TYPEWRITERS )artment to in good & Avenue Complete Electrical Service Residential & Industrial Wiring Oil Burner Repair BRACY ELECTRIC Phone 201 Arlington Transfer Co. 1261 Arlington Distrib. Co. 1071 for UNION DIESEL AND STOVE 0IL DUTCH PAINT Outside White. There is clean, sparkling beauty and strong protection in every can of Dutch Paint for only $4.1(~ per gal. Cyra Bros. Surplus, Stage Depot Bldg. NOW is the time to get youl winter supply of wood--alder and fir, mixed, at $10 per .two- cord load. Gus Mayo, 115 Le- nore Ave., Arlington. Phone 454. CARD OF THANKS I wish to express appreciation to my friends and neighbors for their many acts of kindness and expressions of sympathy given at the death of my husband. Also to the Arlington Lodge No. 129 F & A. M., to the Boyer-Dan- iel Post No. 1561, V.F.W., and to the V.F.W. Ladies' Auxiliary. Florence S. Kitchen. o In Arlington - Phone 1344 Clothes Expertly Cleaned and Pressed at KILLOUGH CLEANERS We pay highest prices possible /or Beef and veal. Prompt attention given each call. ---CUSTOM KILLING-- FLORENCE PACKING C0,, Inc. R. 1, E. Stanwood Phone WC 1283 (Call Collect)' For Large and Small Farms uiek Action Wilbur Bldg. H. O. ZWARG SNOHOMISH, WASH. Phone 336 ARLINGTON H. D. CLUB MEETS MAY 17 The Arlington Home Demon- stration Club will meet at the home of Eleanor Boursaw on Thursday, May 17, with Elnla Morrow as co.hostess. The defn-I onstration will be on jams, jel- lies and pickles, and will be] given by Etta Lang and Stella! Parsons. The Laml~ Shade and! !Aghting in the home classes May 10 and 11 at the Sears Farm Store will be taken by Maxine ~olc. NOTICE TO CREDITOR, ! In the Superior Court of the State of Washington for Snohomish County. In the Matter of the Estate of LIZZIE LUDVIGSON, Deceased. Notice ls hereby given that the un- dersignad has been appointed and has qualified as executor of the above en- titled estate, 'and that all persons having claims against said estate are required to serve the same, properly verified, on the undersigned or dpod G. W. Hlnman, his attorney, at his law office in Arlington, Wash., and to file the same toge~,her with proof o~ such service in the office of the Clerk of the above entitled Court in the County Courthouse in the City of Ev- erett, Snohomi~h County, State of Washington wlthin si~ months after the date of first publication of this notice or the same will be forever barred. ANTON LUDVIGSON, Executor.' G. W. HINMAN. Attorney for Execu- tor, Arlington, Wash. Date of first pub., May 3, 1951. Date of m~t pub., May 17, 1951. O No. 22140 NOTICE TO CREDITORS In the Superior Court of the State of Washington in and for the County of Snohomlsh. In tbe Matter of the Estate of MAN UDEEN, also known as O~CAR HERMAN UDEEN, Deceased. Notice is hereby given that the un- dersigned has been appointed and has qualified to act as Admlnistratrix of the Estate of Herman Udeen, also known as Oscar Herman Udeen. de- ceased, and all persons having claims against said deceased or his estate are mreby requlred to serve the same i~ " the form required by law on the un- dersigned or J. P. Mathews and Joseph P. Mathews, Jr., her attorneys of rec- ord at their office. 315 Olympie Avenue, Arlington, Washington, and file same with the Clerk of the above en- titled court together with proof of service, within six months after the date of first publication of this notice, to wit: within six months after the 3rd day of May, 1951, and all claims not so served and filed within said time will be barred. ELLEN HEIMER, Admlnistratrix. J. P. MATHEWS and JOSEPH P. MATHEWS, Jr., Attorneys for Admin- istratrix. 315 Olympic Avenue, Arling- ton, Washington. Date of first pub., May 3, 1951. Date of last pub., May 17, 1951. Intercity Lines Take the Stage Safety Service Courtesy WEEK DAY SCHEDULE Lv. ARLINGTON: Lv. EVERETT: 6:45 a.m. 12:30 p.m. XY 7:45 a.m. g:00 a.m. 3:40 p.m. 8:50 a.m. 9:45 a.m. 5:45 p.m. V 11:00 a.m. 11:00 a.m. 7:30 p.m. 1:30 p.m. SUNDAY SCHEDULE Lv. ARLINGTON: Lv. EVERETT: 8:30 a.m. 5:15 p.m.7:45 a.m. 11:45 a.m. 7:30 p.m.11:00 a.m. 2:15 p.m. 1:30 p.m. ARLINGTON-DARRINGTON Lv. ARL.: Ar. Darr.: Lv. Darr.: Y 8:35 a.m. 9:40 a.m. 9:45 a.m. A 5:15 P.m. 6:25 p.m. 6:30 p.m. A--Continues to D~rrlngton on Friday and Sunday V--VIa Sunnyslde Monday through Saturday Y--Dlreet to Darrlngton Monday through Saturday X--VIa Sunnyslde Monday through Friday SCHEDULE EFF~JCIVE JANUARY 7, 1951 EXPRESS SERVICE 2:45 p.m. A 4:35 p.m. V 5:45 p.m. I0:10 p.m. Y 4:35 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 10:10 p.m. At. Arl.: 10:50 a.m. 7:30 p.m. PASSENGER SERVICE We are offering this service to who have livestock ready for,butchering. Pickup and Delivery Service ~7 i;!;!