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THE ARLINGTON TIMES, ARLINGTON, WASHINGTON, THURSI)AY, J UNE 25, 1953. PAGE SEVEN and Seed I Livestock 7want, n" For Sale • $3 80 per cwt & S~"" "- 20;1 I FOR SALE--One Guernsev cow wl~ -rnone D ~ - ' : .... fresh, and Guernsey heifer, Wanted will freshen soon. R. D. Me- ___.__ Laughlin, 11/2 miles east of Ce- M Jansha Tan- darhome Store, R. 2, E. Stan- • ' wood. WANTED WEANER PIGS for sale--Phone STOCK 95J1. R. 4, Arlington. Courteous Service FOR SALE--3 goats, 1 milking, 1 Bayview 9549 nanny ready for breeding, 1 Byproducts, Inc. billy 3 months old. Ph. 307Wl. Wash. CHIt;KS CHICKS CHICKS Hampshires, Barred Rock Cross Parmenters and all other pop- ular breeds. $19.00 per 100. ARLINGTON FEED & FARM SUPPLY Formerly Arlington Cash Feed Store Hudson Super 6, top condition. Owner. Very low mile- accept '47 Chev Aero part payment. Must and in good condi- Armstrong, Oso. overhaul, line- wheel balanc- FORSA,Z l S VlCES FOR SA~ruck--~vinch, with/ -G ocer " cable, and power take-off; $65.] g . ~z , y John H. Germain, R. 1, Phone] (Formerly Pulliam s) 47W3. [Location" On ! ~,~o~o i,,~t nff Third beyond Catholic Church. -- actor, e~ ' ~ - Model D. Very good condition.~. ~gpe.n ~ a.m. io ~ p.m. Reasonable price Must sell be- l~very va,y, lncmal_ng ~unaay cause of illness Fine for light:~ .... • . , • ..... YOUR CAVED-IN ~°lgsgol~v~o2e~ 2.eVcYrd f~cir~orT~rk~ WELL! I will clean, put in 16- Armstrong, Oso. STRAWBERRIES--You pick. Don Regan, R. 5, turn west at Ar- lington Cemetery, Hunter road. FOR SALE-- One Meyers hay cutter and dryer, also sever- al good hay loaders. Hamburg Iron Works, Mt. Vernon• FOR SALE---Nearly new nine- foot, self dump, hay rake. Wa- gon and rack. $75 for both or will trade for cow or heifer and pay difference. Henry Wilson, Phone Marysvflle 4217. FOR SALE--White Montag wood range in good condition. Phone 252J4. inch pipe, at $2.00 ft., plus la- bor and gravel. Will dig 12-in. holes at $8.00 foot, piDe fur- nished, anywhere on the flat; good for irrigation; 5-inch holes, $6.00 foot. Also handle Fairbanks-Morse submergable pump. E. W. LeWis, Phone WC 1365 Stanwood. RUTH M. HEADLEY Teacher of Piano Beginners and advanced pupils accepted. Available for piano solos and accompaniments. R. 5, Arlington; Phone 273J3 SAVE YOUR CAVED-IN DUG WELL! I will clean, put in 16- inch pipe, at $2.00 ft., plus la- bor and gravel. Will dig 12-in. holes at $8.00 foot, pipe furn- ished, anywhere on the flat; good for irrigation; 5-inch holes, $6.00 foot. Also handle Fairbanks-Morse submergable pump. E. W. Lewis, Phone WC 1365. ATTENTION MOTHERS -- Buy back to school Buster Browns during our Summer Clearance at HAMMER'S Weber Pontiac, 1941 Chevrolet, ~ition; good rubber; 1 I A ~ "1 ~ ~ ~ KIT G RDZELEWSKI ,Guire, Mike and Bobby Buell en! v:~rnt~ C~,E..=s BIRTHDAY ]Steve Lampe, Ton>' Bjorn, John- a. ,, .......... "a.~ a ?,£.-inv Knu(sel=, Skip Harlan Kathy .~-~~"7"~..~-..~'~ ous occasion for Kit Gar(~zeiew- ~ ...... ' ~ .. ~ut~ ~AL~--Z~ acres, near ~no- ~ki when 9 youngsters gathered iaymr, and ~I s Sl,;[er ~all. }:omish. 7-room modern house. ::t hi~ ho.m,~ to bolt) celebrate his]Mrs. tL Gardzelewski, Cindy tlar- Would consider smaller ~ace 8th birthctay. Many games were ian, Vaundeen and Ahm Edson or house in town. Phone ~no- played with prizes being award-]senl lovely gifts but were unable homish 3733. ~ ed to the winners. Kit received to attencl. ' FOR SALE--7-room house and many lovely gifts, after which a[ o------------ ............ lunch was served Those attend. I Use Times classified ads -- cain iurnlsneu, 2 lots. rrlcefl . - -~ . . . " for q'uick sale Phone 1793 549 mg the party were DeWayne 1%c ] rmsy, effective salesmen. Gilman. ' " " For Rent /AUERMAN FOR RENT--Cottage, with stove. OPTOMETRIST 908 5th St. Furnished apartment for rent. BAyview 9015 Second and Gifford. Call Phone 2612 Colby Avenue Everett, Washington 13W3. No. 23816 NOTICE TO CREDITORS In the Superior Court of the State of Washington for Snohomtsh County. In the Matter of the Estate of ALBERT E. McKAY, Deceased. Notice is hereby given that the under- signed has been appointed and has qualified as Administrator of the estate of Albert E. McKay, Deceased; that all Complete Line Pints, Quarts. Chicken and Turkey Sizes. Cardboard Pints, Quarts and Half Gallons SPECIAL ON "QUARTS, rubber, $400. Call DRIVE-AWAY PLAN. now. New Buicks Weber Pontiac. WORK -- Brake drum dnder head grind- and piston work. auto and Arlington Auto 941. dur- annual Summer Clear- at AUCTION SALE every Saturday; poultry and misc. items, 10 a. m.; dairy cows, beef, young stock, hogs and sheep, 12 noon. FARMERS AUCTION SALE, SNOHOMISH. F. L. SWENSON, Owner, Auctioneer. Wanted LIVESTOCK Send your livestock to Seattle on Mondays. Get the market price. Call col- lect Marysville 4180. CLAUD DUTTON R: 5, Arlington - Kellogg Marsh FLOYD E. HEADLEY Cash Livestock Buyer Licensed and Bonded R. 5, Arlington (E. of Edgecomb) Phone 273J3, Arlington Exchange WANTED TELEVISION needs men for high-paying jobs. Learn in spare time while building TV set you keep. Write Box 424, Everett. Full particulars rushed you. GENTRY SUITS HAY BALEING. Sliced wire bales• your measurements Phone Marysville 2600. tailors. Featuring WANTED---TrucK an-_ ,_racier re woolens, $55 pairing~all makes, all mod- al Penney's in Ailing- els. International - Harvester dealer. Parrot and Star EARL WEBER PONTIAC for all the Cam- BA~V SITTING. Reliable girl• Ph. priced. Expert, 95J1. Arlington Shoe WANTED--Hay baling. Call Lynn Rosenbach. Phone DANCE at the Midway EI- )iece dance band. in new Bryanl every Saturday amen music. Refresh- SAND & GRAVEL Plaster and Mortar Sand. Concrete and Road Gravel. READY-MIX VERN BJERKAKER Phone 1012 Arlington tt-Arlington Stages WEEK DAY SCHEDULE Lv. EVERETT: :45 a.m. 7:45 a.m. a 2:50 p.m. 3:45 p.m. 4:35 p.m. 5:00 p.m. 8:50 a.m. 5r45 p.m. 5:40 p.m. 10:30 a.m. 6:45 p.m. :~ a.m. 12;20 p.m. :10 P.m. 2:00 p.m. ' SUNDAY SCHEDULE FOR SALE---One David Bradley Tractor equipped with mower, disc, and cultivator; one Fulton Tractor equipped with mower. plow, disc, drag, cultivator, trailer, and tractor weight; Lawn Mowers, Lawn Sweeper, Garden Tools, Furniture, Elec- tric Appliances, Plumbing Fix- tures (new and used); Inter. for Paint, 250 gal. at $2.50 per gal; one J~eWeler's Lathe, com- plete with motor, speed control, and chucks; Tools, Stoves, Chil- dren's Swings, Doors and Win- dows, Linoleum Rugs (new). And hundreSs of other items for the Home, Shop, and Farm at Templeton's New and Used Store, 12 miles north of Marys- ville on Highway 99, ¾ of a mile north of Smokey Point. FOR SALE---Two farm wagons, one 4-wheel, other single axle with dual tires. Suitable for hauling hay, or behind tractor. $75 each. Harold T. Olson, R. 3. Phone 301Wl. FOR St~LE--McCormick Deering Mower No. 7, with tongue, on 5 ft. cut, in A-1 condition• Ready to cut. Used 4 years• 7 sickles. Ed Garborg, I mile northwest Victoria dance hall. FOR SALE--4 coon, cat and bear dogs, Black and Tan, Red Bone, Walker and B. & T.--or trade for boat, gun or what have you. Try them before you buy. G. W. Smith, 3 miles north of McMurray near Big Lake. No. 2 Shingles, $6.00. No. 3 Shingles, $5.00. Per square the best grade. HUNTER & SON Phone 2051 Protect that Upholstery. Get a new set of seat covers today. Mastertex Fiber $15.79; Mas- tercraft Plastic, $21•50; Regal, tailored to fit plastic, $31.50. Choice of colors. Coast-to- Coast, Arlington. WOOD---2-cord load 15-inch mill- wood. Phone 3512. NEED SHOES? -- Stock up dur- ing the Big Buster Brown Sale now in progress at HAMMER'S DO YOU KNOW that the Mar- low Milker milks, faster, cannot cause mastitis. It's gentle, swinging Action makes the cow smile as you milk her. We in- stall, and carry in stock all parts and Supplies. Valley Gem Farms, Arlington. Phone 54. ARTIFICIAL~ BREEDING! Guernse~ Holstein Jersey ~ Hereford MilkingI - "~~ Shorthorn Arlington 2141 Radio & TV Service Radio tubes and repair. Tale. vision service. All service work guaranteed• WESTERN AUTO SUPPLY SIGNS--Complete sign service: Truck lettering, Highway bul- letins, show cards• Art Signs, Art" Brownlow, located at Ced- e.co. Mill. Shop phone 1674; home, 2854. IRVIN H. KALLOCK R. 2, E. Stanwood, Wash• - Insurance - Farmers' Mutual ot Enumclaw Fire and Automobile Phone Peoples 2111 t WANTED--Better Milking. Mar- low milker saves the uddert Valley Gem Farms, Arlington. Authorized sales and service. Phone 54. ARTIFICIAL BREEDING Breed artificiaIly to production proven sires only. Breeding fee $6.00. No membership fees. Golden Charm Proven Sire Ser- vice. Phone Arlington 3281 TV and Radio Sales and Service Television and radio repair. Our work is guaranteed. Packard. Bell and Emerson sales. OLYMPIC RADIO SERVICE FOR SALE--Reject or rough ply- Phone 1484 - Arlington wood sheeting, 5/16, %, % and % {'n. Pick up at mill. Arling- SEPTIC TANK pumping. Fred ton Lumber & Plywood Co. Davis, 109 S. Olympic. Phone ~TON: Lv. EVERETT: 1562. 'a.m. 5"15 - m 11:00 a.m. 6:00 p.m. TRAVELER TELEVISION, tops a.m. • w. • l:30p.m. 10:10p.m. P.m. 7:15 p.m. 4:35 p.m. in quality. Lowest in price. Electrical EVERETT-ARLINGTON-DAERINGTON Coast-to-Coast, Arlington. SERVICE . CONTRACTING Second growth fir millwood for Commercial & Residential Wir- ~OUTHBOUND NORTHBOUND- Lv. &rl. Art. Ever't Lv. gver't Lv Arl.. Art. Dar.: sale, 2-cord loads. Phone or ing.--Yighting Fixtures---Ap- z ll:20a.m, z 12:00 noon z 7:45a.m. z 8:45a.m. z 9:55a.m. drop a card to Red, c/o Unionpliance Repair and Service. e~Cept Sundays and Holidays Mill, Arlington. Prompt deliv- LEO G. HALL and Normtown daily. On Monday, Wednesday and Frl- cry. Phone 2042 406 So. French Everett via Sunnystde. Concrete and Pumice Building WANTED --- Hay baling. Call Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Blocks, 4", 6", 8". Pumice Chim- Lynn Rosenbach. Phone 184J4. SERVICE PASSENGER SERVICE ney blocks. Phone 1314. Ar- SCHEDULE m~I~CTIVX DECEMBER 15, 1952 ltngton Concrete Products. i~ayes Packing Co.--Custom ing, cutting, and wrapping. FOR SALE--Pedigreed Pekingese, Free pickup on beef. Locker ----to elderly couple. Mrs. G.B. beef. Phone Everett Tuxedo Wilkinson, c/o Westoeer Apart- 3648 evenings, Arlington 3401. ment. Phone 1205. LAWNMOWERS sharpened, hand . • "~ Refrigerators, Ranges, Freezers. saw ~i]ing. Phone 344. H. See the Leonard line before Senff, corner Second ~/nd Le- t0 • gke gg~O~ifl~ you buy. Coast-to-Coast, Ar- nore, Arlington. lington. , _ TIRES getting worn? Put on a.'r youwant Power set of PHARIS--6.00xl6 Top erl Jne$ last 10 er Line, 24 mo. guarantee, $19.10; 7.60x15 Ga., $23.75. Coast-to- without weight... Coast, Arlington. Keep your car on- rUTTING,. gine and other gas- WOOD---2-cord load 15-inch mill FASTER DEPENDABtE oline engines filled wood. Phone 322W2. with Heavy Duty DURAN PLASTIC upholstery COV- . tI.-wEMtiER PERFORMANCE RPM Motor Oil ering, $2.10 per yard. Coast-to- and drain crank- Coast, Arlington. VAo. casesregularly.This want a , . . special oil, develop- ed through atomi5 research, contains compounds which resist the causes, of excessive wear. ,.A detergent,loos- ens and removes carbon, gum and lacquer from cylin- ders, rings and other parts, holds all contaminants ~a suspension so they flow out with drainings. Other tompounds in the oil resist oxidation and sludging, prevent cbrrosi~n and stop foaming. They also keep COnstant film of oil on all parts, whether hot or told, providing lubrication and protection against rusting in both running and idle engines. information about Standard 0il Company of California products, call your local Standard man E. ,Greathouse" Wash. Telephone 311 FORTHE HOME SPECIAL PRICES ON FLOOR models, one Hide-a-bed, large size; one sectional davenport, one Hollywood frame and headboard. Come in and See them now. Wallitner Furniture ~tore. See us now for unfinished furni- ture, corner cupboards, window seat beds and bookcase head board. Several sizes of chests, vanity table, gate table, drop leaf table and chairs. Wallitner Furniture Store. FOR TRADE 4 Horsepower ,27 Pounds Homelhe has 3 3 !/~% mere JNtWer ~ball say saw its size. See it in action ... it ~t,~¢¢. Come ia 6~t ke~ dea~ DON'T THROW THAT ELECTRIC onstrsfion. RAZOR AWAY--Trade it in on Stmi M ode or 8ow $¢nv2 a new Schick or Remington at JOHNSON DRUG Arlington New low prices. HAROLD T. OLSON 4 Miles east of Arlington on Darrington Road PHONE 301Wl • I - II II In Arlington - Phone 1344 KILLOUGH CLEANERS for EXPERT CLEANING classified ads get re. Phone 493. persons having claims against said de- ceased are hereby required to serve the same, duly verified, on said Adminis- trator or his attorney of record at the address below stated, and file the same with the Clerk of said Court, together with proof of such service within six months after the date of first publica- tion of this notice, or the same will be barred. Date of first publication, June 11, 1953. JENCE F. THOMPSON. Administrator of said E3tate. Address, Arlington, Washington. O. M. MOEN, Attorney for Estate, 914 Insurance Building, Seattle, Wash. Date of last pub., June 25, 1953. O No. 23782 NOTICE TO CREDITORS In the Superior Court of the State of Washington in and for the County of Sn0homlsh. In the Matter of the Estate of CHRIS- TINA NELSON, Deceased. Notice is hereby given that the un- dersigned has been appointed and has qualified as Administrator of the E~tate of Christina Nelson, deceased; that all persons having claims against said de- ceased or her estate are hereby re- quired to serve the same, duly' verified, on Joseph P. Mathews, Jr., administra- tor, at the addre~'s below stated, and file the same with the Clerk of said Court, together with proof of such ser- vice, within six months after the date of first publication of this notice, or the same will be barred. JOSEPH P. MATHEWS, JR., Administra~or. JOSEPH P. MATHEWS, JR.. Attorney for Administrator, 315 Olympic Avenue, Arlington, Wash. Date of 1st pub.: June 11, 1953. Date of last pub.: June 25, 1953. ARMCO IRRIGATION SYSTEM Arrange for factory.engineered installation through your deal- er. WINKES HARDWARE Phone 643 Arlington Registered GuernseF bulls, ready for service, guaranteed breed- ers. Rent, trade or sell. Low prices. Valley Gem Farms, Arlington Concrete Septic Tanks, 265 to 500 gal. Well Tile, Culvert Pipe, Sewer Pipe, Drain Tile. Phonei 1314. Arlington C o n c r et e Products. Hotpoint APPLIANCES Complete Residential and Com- me-'~ial Wiring, Contracting, Mo~or and Appliance Repair. BRACY ELECTRIC Phone 201 Iqew Model R-I$O Stake. Three light-duty s~ke models, 7~ and 8~- foot bodies. GVW ratings, 4,200 to 8,600 iblc Famous Comfo-Vision cab. While They last .......................... Doz. ,,OC Ix A VA I LA B L ARLINGTON MODERN COLD STORAGE Phone 324 SEDRO- WOOLLEY RODEO - CARNIVAL - JALOPY RACES FIREWORKS- BASEBALL (3 Games) PARADE - LOGGING CONTESTS , e Nine pickup models availal~le. ~/~, ~, and 1-ton sizes, 6~, 8, and 9-foot bodies. Powered by famous Silver Diamond valve-in-hand angina. You don't have to guess when you buy an International because they are proved all 3 ways: 1. Proved BEFORE they're built-at the world's most dvaneed all-truck engineering laboratory. The results --longer truck life, reduced operat- ing and maintenance costs-give you more truck for your dollar. 2. Proved AFTER they're built-at the "Desert Whipping Post," 4,000- acre Proving Ground in Arizona. 3. Proved IN SERVICE- by cost- conscious truck operators all over America. Let us show you the new Internationals Drive them. See for yoursel[! Conven- ient terms available ARLINGTON, WASH. 1 :} :i