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THE ARLINGTON TIMES, ARLINGTON, WASItINGTON, TtIURSI' )A," SLPT." ' 10, . PAGE NINE Seed Livestock For Sale BEET PULPn$1.-75 By the ton $67.00. Cash FOR SALE -- Springer Heifers. Guernsey, Holstein. H e n r y & HUNTER Kronfus, Kackman road, Ar- ~aned Abruzzi. lington. Phone 20F31. growth for pasture or i FOR SALE -- Good Milch Goat. down. Valley Gem Herb Morgan, R. 2, Arlington Phone 54. Heights. potatoes, $8.00 FOR SALE--High spirited Mor- With sacks, $10.00. Chris- gan mare for riding or excel- a's Potato Warehouse Vernon. Phone 8851. S~MMER DAIRY 100 lbs. & SON Wanted M. Jansha Tan- WANTED DEAD STOCK Courteous Service Everett Bayview 9549 nd Byproducts, Inc. Everett, Wash. FOR SALE Bearded Iris, Jap Iris. Ed. Oliver, R. miles out on Darr. high- , fir, or maple. shav]ngs and saw- Fisher. Phone BOOTS-- U. S. sizes 7, 8'/2, 10, $12.95--now HAMMER'S ster double drum $1,300. Phone 3521 Chief motor- good condition; $199. Jim Lake Ki. CURTAINS -- Curtains---beautiful ray- .~-size 52x54--reg. 6.95, pr. at HAMMER'S -- Westinghouse tur- brand new, with grid and coaster table;! Beach Mixette; port-i ectric heater, 2-speed several other items. R. 4. Phone 251J3. 3 SHINGLES square, the best grade. & SON - Phone 2051 ~ghouse turkey brand new, with cook- and coaster table;: Beach Mixette; port- heater, 2-speed King Pressure ;32 special rifle, and other items. J D. Eads 251J3. crutches, trusses, dis. Johnson Drug. for cold weather. Get ler heater now. ?eAST STORE ton, Wash. ect or rough ply- 5/16, %, 1/2 and :k up at mill. Arling. & Plywo.od Co. -- for winter---lay- Your sheet blankets now during the dollar blanket event at HAMMER'S A LEONARD FREEZER storage space. 18.3 cu. that takes no more an a refrigerator. STO~E lent brood mare. W. H. Dever- na, R. 5, Arlington. AUCTION SALE every Saturday; poultry and nlisc, items, 10 a. m.; dairy cows, beef, young stock, hogs and sheep, 12 noon. FARMERS AUCTION SALE, SNOHOMISH. F. L. SWENSON, Owner, Auctioneer. FLOYD E. HEADLEY " Cash Livestock Buyer Licensed and Bonded Phone 273J3, Arlingtpn Exchange R. 5, Arlington (E. of Edgecomb) Send 3our livestock to Seattle on Mondays. Get the market price. Call col- lect Marysville 4180. CLAUD DUTTON R. 5, Arlington - Kellogg Marsh LIVESTOCK HAULING Anywhere Anytime C. F. BADGLEY Phone 171W3 Arlington LIVESTOCK BUYER Phone 171W3, Arlington WANTED WANTED--Hay loader. Call 2781 Granite Falls. WOMEN WANTED to buy a real bargain in fine nylon hose for only 97c at HAMMER'S Combining $6.00 per hour. New machine. Phone 101J1. Elmer Lohr, R. 2 (Jordan Road). WANTED--TrucK an-_. tractor re pairing--all makes, all mod- els. International - Harvestel dealer. EARL WEBER%ONTIAC WANTED, jobs baling hay or straw. Phone Jarl Sesby 182W4. DO YOU WANT a regula. $50 men's suit for only $20?--don't wait--shop now at HAMMER'S DANCE BENEFIT DA~'CE in new Bryant Grange hall every Saturday night. Union music. Refresh- ments. ............ f0gT----- LOST: Billfold on Tuesday, Sept. 1, in Arlington. Contained con- siderable amount of money and identification papers. Reward will be paid for information leading to recovery of billfold. Notify Edgar F. Baker, R. 2, Arlington, or call 256W3. NOTICE OF SALE OF TIMBER ON STATE LAND Notice is hereby given that on "rues- day, the 6th day of Octobr, 1953, com- mencing at ten o'clock In the forenoon of said day, In front of the main en- trance door to the county court house in the City of Everett. County of Snoho- mlsh, State of Washington, by the County Auditor of said county, the timber on the following described state land will be aol:l at p'~bllc auctlcn to the highest bidder therefor to-wit: Application No. 22651 Timber on that portion of the Wl,~W~2 of Lot 2, section 2, township 32 north, range 6 east, W.m., lying south of a 1/ truck road running through the NW,4 NW~,~ of Lot 2 and excepting the SW~ Arlington sw% of Lot 2. There is a good line blazed around the area included in this ,,,and,, Pumice Building sale and no cutting will be permitted ~', 6 , 8". Pumice Chim. except within that blazed line. This Phone 1314. At- timber will be sold on the scale basis as provided in Chapter 266 of the Ses- Concrete Products. s/on Laws of 1951. The lowest acceptable bid will be ;chool Perman- $18.00 per thousand for the rd fir, children under 12. Price green and dead standing and down, Haircutting a specialty. $8.00 per thousand for cedar, cedar pole-~ and hemlock. T]ae felled and bucked for $5.50 up. City timber will be sold at a minimum bid Parlor. Phone 641, or of 20% of the selling price of the logs. , Logs are to be scaled by. a certified scaler agreeable to both parties, bus if for all model cars. the purchaser has an alternate proposal to submit, said proposal can be pre- styles and colors seated.In writing to the State, or a mu- from. Plastic and tual agreement can be entered into that will be satisfactory to both parties. All logs are to be branded with a brand STORE furnished by the State before they leave Arlington the property. The purchaser will be required to erries for freez- deposit with the county auditor on the date of sale, cash In the amount of $1,- jams, jellies or 000.0o, together with a $2.00 fee for the pastry. Order noW issuance of the bill of sale. or a total R. 1, E. Stan- of $1,602.00. In addition, the purchaser miles west of He/- will be required to submit a surety bond in the amount of $1,000.00 to guarantee compliance with all terms of his bill of sale, as well as compliance hen turkeys 12 to 14 with the State Forest Practice Act and ready, 60e lb. Lawty's all laaws concerning fire protection and Phone 187W3. logging. The purchaser will be required to sub- for Sale, heater and mit monthly statements as to the amount of timber removed during the e. Call Union Mill, previous month and to accompany such 2822. ' report with a remittance to cover pay- ment on the agreed basis. The $1,000.00 cash deposit will remain in the office of the Commissioner of Public Lands |yr. and may be applied on the last of the timber to be cut and removed from DRIVE-AWAY PLAN. the area, provided all of the terms of the contract agreement have been corn- now. New Buieks plied with, and any breach of the Weber Pontiac. ~erms of the said contract wllli caUse the forfeiture of the cash depos t and action to recover on the $1,000.00 bond. overhaul, line,' setting; wheel balanc- makes. Weber Pontiac HING GENTRY SUITS Burn as directed bY the State Forest Warden. Time for removal wlll be 18 months. Log with donkey or "cat." Subject to easement for right of way for logging road to be granted under pending application No. 22323. According to the State's cruise there are approximately 111,000 feet red fir, 6,000 feet dead standing and down red fir, 2,000 feet cedar, 5,U00 feet hemlock and 2,000 feet cedar poles. No e~tlmst~ your measurements been made of the. felled and tailors. Featuring bucked timber. Said timber on said land will be sold woolens, ~5 for not less than the appraised value, at Penney's in Arling- as appraised by the Commissioner of Public Lands in the manner provided TRADE THAT ELEC2IRIC it in ~n Remlngtonl at DRUG have any artlclf no/ 11'1 use~ tl7 g ass/lied ad. by law, a statement of which is now on file in the office of the Auditor of said county. OTTO A. CASE, Commissioner of Public Laands. Date of 1st pub., Sel~t. 3, 1953. Date of last pub., Oct. 1,-1953. NOTICE OF HE&RING/ FINAL REPORT AND PETITION FOR DISTRIBUTION In the Superior Court of the State of Washington for the County of Snoho- mish. 0 RUBBER STAMPS ARLINGTON ~G. 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