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THE ARLINGTON TIMES, ARLINGTON, WASItlNGTON, TItLRSI" )A ,T AUG.T 6, 19oo.( "" PAGE SEVEN and Seed all you want, n $3.80 per cwt. & SON - Phone 2051 Grass hay for young stock or beef. Haul the field, at low Valley Gem Farms, 54. tuned Abruzzi. growth for pasture or down. Valley Gem Phone 54. WaiSted M. Jansha Tan- WANTED DEAD STOCK Courteous Service Everett Bayview 9549 nd Byproducts, Inc. Everett, Wash. :FOR SALE Filter Discs, 59c per pkg. Regular price. Hunter Phone 2051. Woods Bros. In running or- John Spencer, 3, Marysville. Phone 9229 Everett. Mall skill- and bench; 10 qt. pres- ale Henning, cor. Gifford Arlington• or Trade for Cattle, 6x6 with logging 8.25 tires; 21,000 Go alder or fir. Also shavings, for saw- 247W2. ; V-8, 1940; Will take young stock Gust Zaretzke, Phone .straw baling, corn- Inquire Homer 3558, or Murphy Feed Shingles, $6.00. Shingles, $5.00. are the best grade. & SON Phone 2051 Livestock For Sale FOR SALE--Holstein-Jersey cow. Due Aug. 31, third calf, $175. Call 303W3. GUERNSEY DAIRY COW for sale. Will freshen in February. Rob- ert Kuhnhausen, R. 4, Arling- ton, Victoria Heights. Phone Stanwood Peoples 13F13. FOR SALE--1 milch goat. Phone 307Wl. CHICKS 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 AUCTION SALE every Saturday; poultry and misc. items, 10 a. m.; dairy cows, beef, young stock, hogs and sheep, 12 noon. FARMERS AUCTION SALE, SNOItOMISH. F. L. SWENSON, Owner, Auctioneer. B U L L SERVICE -- Registered W. F. Phone 171W3. 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 WANTED TO LEASE--About a 30-acre Grade A Dairy farm, in- cluding irrigation and farm tank. Immediate possession. George Rauch, Phone Marys- ville 3230. {WANTED--Capable woman to care for elderly invalid woman; country home. Address K, 2518 E. 65th, Seattle 5. WANTED--Mower "for Model B. A. C. tractor W. A. Zwicker, Route 1, Arlington. buy any rifle scope mhn 11 rifle scope at WANTED, jobs baling hay or "s" Sport Store, 2 mi. straw. Phone Jarl Sesby 182W4. VIarysville. 259w2. of seat covers today. ~Housekeeper, two Fiber $15.79; MRs- adults, live in; light work. No Plastic, $21.50; Regal,: to fit plastic, $31.5:. objection to one child; $50 a month. Steady employment. of colors. Coast- - Mark s Gun Shop, R. 3. Tele- ton. ect or rough ply- ,5/16, %, % and up at mill. Arling- & Plywood Co. nd--P-u-miumic~' ,6", 8". Pumice Chim- :s Phone 1314. Ar- ,n rrete Products. line before Coast-to-Coast, Ar- on Lawn Swings, Chairs, Beach Um- 'm Sets and Gliders. FURNITURE CO. ere grain binder, one corn binder, nearly one hay drier. Ham- Works, Mt. Vernon. less on special orders Rugs, all sizes, Davenos and Rock- craters and Deep WALLITNER FURNI- Have bought Pifer C•C. Permit. Will livestock to and Sales including Seat- 171W3. C. F. BADG- Arlington," , ads ge~ re. 493. phone 3526. WA--N-TEI:~---~ruck aria tractor re- pamng--all makes, all mod- els. International - Harvester dealer. EARL WEBER PONTIAC The followin~;t;~ff will be on Beginning Monday, Aug 3 Except Friday Evening and Sat. urday: 1 Monarch wood range. 1 White Enameled wood and oil range. 1 Oil Circulating Heater. 1 Wood-circulating heater. 1 Gibson Refrigerator. 1 Davenport and Chair. 1 Cream Separator. And Many Other Items. Wallpa- per 5--25c per double roll. LEWIS PEDERSEN One-third mile south of Cedar: home Store. Real Estate For Sale FOR SALE--20 acres, 4 room house, barn and other build- ings on tar road, school bus and mail service, automatic water system, $3,000. Terms. H. L. Morgan, R. 2, Arlington Heights, Arlington, Wash. FOR SALE--Recently remodeled 2-bedroom house. Living room, dining room, cabinet kitchen, dinette; wired for range, water heater, utility with tubs; part basement, garage. 309 South Olympic. Phone 1282. 7'/fi miles out--7 acres--small amount cleared, 6-room mod- ern house, living room, cabinet kitchen, 1 bedroom, utility room and bath down, 2 bed- rooms up. Concrete foundation. --$7,000.00, terms. 10 acres--approx. 6 cleared, 5-rm. modern house, full basement, living room, dining room, cab- inet kitchen, 2 bedrooms, large back porch, car port, electric hot water tank, wired for elec- tric range. $5200.00, bank terms. 5~/2 miles out. 20 acres--4 cleared, 1 acre in strawberries, house. new, living room, cabinet kit- chen, 2 bedrooms, bath with fixtures, but not installed, Un- finished attic--house is insu- lated; near 99. $5500.00---bank terms. 5 acres--5-room modern house, comb. living and dining room, 'cabinet kitchen, 2 bedrooms,I bath, utility room, tiled well, J 3 miles btlt•--$4900.00--$1000.00J down, bal. like rent. LATHROP INSURANCE AGENCY 413 Olympic Ave. - Phone 2675 Arlington, Wash. Res. Phone 3752 - Marysville For Rent Phone 964. BALING--Our home work is done We ate ready to bale for you. Valley Gem Farm. hone 54. ROR RENT--3-room modern cab- in. Furnished. Inquire 529 Mc- Leod. AUTOMOTIVE FOR SALE--1947 International truck, 1~ ton with flatbed. Call 253J3. FA"~-O~RIVE-AWAY PLAN. Available now. New Buicks and Pontiacs. Weber Pontiac• Phone 1501. up, and setting; wheel balanc- ing, all makes. Weber Pontiac, Arlington. FOR THE HOME LAWNMOWERS sharpened, hand saw flimg. Phone 344• H. Senff, corner Second and Le- here, Arlington. FORTRADE DON'T THROW THAT ELECTRIC RAZOR AWAY---Trade it in on a new Schick or Remington at ..... $OHNSON DRUG Arlington CLOTHING DANCE FAMOUS GENTRY S' ITS BENEFIT DANCE in new Bryant roU,,~,~n, ........... ~,~ .... *s Grange hall every Saturday by master tailors. Featuring l mgnt. union music, r~elr sn. ments many imported woolens, $551 ........ - ....................... and $65, at Penney's in Arling- _ ton: ........... " .............. -- In =Arlington-: Phone 1344- - - KILLOUGH CLEANERS for TERATIONS How-to get top our cgr LOST LOST Sunday, Aug. 2, model air- plane, just east of Arlington Airport. Red and cream color. Reward. Leonard Lortz, 1722 Bradner Pl., Seattle 44. Phone Minor 0473. In Arlington - Phone 1344 KILLOUGH CLEANERS for WATERPROOFING Dr. W. Glen Biffer OPTOMETRIST 310 Olympic Arlington, Wash. - HOURS - Phone 9:30 a.m. to S:O0 p.m. 3131 CLOSED TUESDAYS SERVICES II()M E FOR RETIRED WOMEN Financially-independent women, desiring gracious living in new home to be built in Seattle, apply life-lease NOW! Golden Circle Manor, 1916 Lowell. Enumclaw, Wash. • SERVICE - CONTRACTING Commercial & Residential Wir- ing.--Lighting Fixtures -- Ap- pliance Repair and Service• LEO G. HALL Phone 2042 406 So. French IRVIN H. KALL~ R. 2, E. Stanwood, Wash. - Insurance - Farmers' Mutual ot Enumclaw Fire and Automobile Phone Peooles 2111 Lenore St. Grocery (Formerly Pulliam's) Location: On Lenore just off Third, beyond Catholic Church• Open 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Every Day, Including Sunday ARTIFICIAI~, BREEDING Guernspy Holstein Jersey Hereford Milking Shorthorn Arlington 2141 Radio & TV Service Radio tubes and repair. Tele- vision service. All service work guaranteed. WESTERN AUTO SUPPLY RUTH M. HEADLEY Teacher of Piano Beginners and advanced pupils accepted. Available for piano solos and accompaniments• R. 5, Arlington; Phone 273J3 OLYMPIC RADIO SERVICE Phone 1484 - Arlington , ro'J or She also cautions that foods which cause food poisoning often l~"ever wltrarm show no signs of spoilage, so you ='**t " "['~|11]t']~1~ can't rely on taste, o,,or or ap- : pearance. Already this sea~on~ cases of! E~peeiallv sut~ject to rapid and food poisoning have been report-ldangerous spoilage in a warm ed as an aftermath of picnic~ or place are soft protein foods, espe- community meals. The mistaken cially those handled in prepara- belief tha{ once food is cooked it lion. Tnese incmue soft custaras, ~l ~ , " a/cream'filled pastries or cakes, w.A kee,. for hours, e~en m , ,~ .... ' ..........*- ...... n cooked salad dressing stuffed w allll LJI