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), " SEPT. THE ARLINGTON TIMES, ARLINGTON, WASHINGTON, TtlURSi A, 17, 1953. PAGE SEVEN S an4 Seed Livestock Abruzzi. For Sale growth for pasture or down. Valley Gem FOR SALE---One first calf heifer fresh eight weeks, one steer Phone 54. (locker beef), 2 years old. Rich- potatoes, $8.00 ard Lampaert, R. 4, Arlington, sacks, $10.00. Chris- 6 miles east of Bryant. Potato Warehouse, Vernon. Phone 8851.SPANIEL PUPPIES for sale. K. C. Pompella, R. 3, Arlington. Wanted Guernsey Cow for Sale, good M. Jansha Tan- WANTED DEAD STOCK Service Bayview 9549 nd Byproducts, Inc. Everett, Wash. FOR SALE pear, apples lpple box. Bring con- miles east of Edge- Phone 179J5. dairy cow. Coming fresh with third calf about 7th of October. L. B. Knights, R. 3, Arlington, at Oso. FOR SALE---About 1 dozen nice heavy ducks, just right for eating. Pete DeGrosse, R. 4; Ph. 249J1. FOR SALE--Pure Stassart racing homers, with pedigree papers, $7.50 pair. Beautiful brick red Tumblers, and other fancy pigeons, $3.50 the pair. Silver spangled Hamberg chickens, 4 mos. old, $4.50 for trio. Hof- tel, phone 314W3. electric FOR SALE -- Springer Heifers. almost new; Guernsey, Holstein. H e basinett. Phone Kronfus, Kackman road, n~y lington. Phone 20F31. left to get your AUCTION SALE every Saturday; Better f r e e z e poultry and nlisc, items, 10 a. lose pies are really m.; dairy cows, beef, young now. Cornell's, stock, hogs and sheep, 12 noon. /4 miles FARMERS AUCTION SALE tieeh~l's Corners (Bry- SNOItOMISH. F. L. SWENSON ). Owner, Auctioneer. Modern 2-bedroom for range; 2-car orchard; 11% acres. $5,000. Located Heaven road, R. 3, Sig Sundquist. F-L'-OO--R "MO--~LS--I green bed daveno, Pale rose Hide-a-Bed. new mdse. at to sell. FURNITURE CO. h.p. McCulloch A-1 condition, new Groendyk, R. 4, Ar- Maytag washinj just like new. Jens 964. Wanted FLOYD E. HEADLEY Cash Livestock Buyer Licensed and Bonded Phone 273J3, Arlington Exchange R. 5, Arlington (E. of Edgecomb) LIVESTOCK Send your livestock to Seattle on Mondays. Get the market price. Call col- lect Marysville 4180. CLAUD DUTTON R. 5, Arlington - Kellogg Marr~h WANTED WANTED -- Baby sitting. Call 1364. WANTED--Baby sitting or house- work on Saturdays. Phone 2480. SERVICES LOTTIE'S BEAUTY PARLOR open Mondays, also evenings by ap- pointment. Phone 1573. FOR HIRE--A new Holland field chopper, with corn attachment. Phone Stanwood Peoples 101~13. STOP! LOOK! See the new twins. The all new A.B.C. automatic washer and dryer. COAST-TO-COAST STORE Arlington RUTH M. HEADLEY Teacher of Piano Beginners and advanced pupils 'accepted; your home-or mine. Available for piano solos and accompaniments. R. 5. Arlington; Phone 273J3 Electrical SERVICE - CONTRACTING Commercial & Residential Wir- ing.--Lighting Fixtures-- Ap- pliance Repair and Service. LEO G. HALL Phone 2042 406 So. French IRVIN H. KALLOCK R. 2, E. Stanwood, Wash. - Insurance - Farmers' Mutual of Enumclaw Fire and Automobile phone Peoples 2111 Home delivery of Seattle P.1. Phone 2843. In Arlington - Phone 1344 KILLOUGH CLEANERS for Hat Blocking and Cleaning PHONE 2601 COAST-TO- COAST Arlington & Installation SEPTIC TANK pumping. Fred Davis, 109 S. Olympic. Pllone 1562. i Concrete Septic TanKs, 265 to 500 gal. Well Tile, Culvert Pipe, Sewer Pipe, Drain Tile. Phone 1314. Arlington C o n c r et e Products. Hotpoint Gravensteins, APPLIANCES Picker furnish own Complete Rbsidential and Corn- Sam Patrick, R. 3, Combining $6.00 per hour. New me-~.ial Wiring, Contracting, machine. Phone 101J1. Elmer Motor and Appliance Repair. SHINGLES Lohr, R.'2 (Jordan Road). BRACY ELECTRIC Phone 201 Square, the best grade. WANTED---Experienced waitress. ', & SON - Phone 2051Orser's Cafe. L~ 1" PRUNES Wom-g'man fo- - ght ARTIFICIA BREEDING chanan place, 6 miles housework, and child care, 51~ Guerr spy Holstein{ !arrington road. U pickdays a week, $60 month and Lck. P one 301W4. board. Call 3"24J4. Jersey HerefordI : Now is th~ ~W~r~ ~~M~A ] Your gun for this Fall. helper or companion. Mrs. Es- tilable are the follow- ther Sayers, Gen. Del., Darring- ilking[ lels: Remington Model ton, Wash. I the 270 and 06 cal.; WANTED---TrucK an-.. tractor re ~ Shorthorn] Model 760; slide ac- pairing--all makes, all mod- Arlington 2141 and 30-06; Winchester els. International - Harvestel !DO YOU KNOW that the Mar- 32 special; Marlin dealer. and 30-30 cal.; Rem-EARL WEBER PONTIAC low Milker milks faster, cannot Automatic ;hotgun; Winchester ,WANTED, jobs baling hay or 16 ga.; Stevens Mod- straw. Phone Jarl Sesby 182W4. ga., and others. I Arlington STORE I AUTOMOTIVE --- Alder or maple. FRONT SYSTEM, overhaul, line- shavings and saw- Fisher. Phone PAINTING? High fuel and see how the eliminated lem by applying Stri- permanent, sense- complete informa- Arlington Lbr., Pine, Mr. Vernon. house turkey 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. up, and setting; wheel balanc- Radio & TV Service ing, all makes. Weber Pontiac, Radio tubes and repair. Tele. Arlington. . vision service. All service work .WACTORY DRIVE-AWAY PLAN. Available now. Ne, v Buicks and Pontiacs. Weber Pontiac Phone 1501. CLOTHING guaranteed. WESTERN AUTO SUPPLY APPLIANCE REPAIR. For general app].iance repair ann oil heater service, call Winkes Hardware. Phone 643. FOR SALE---Poll Parrott and Star ARTIFICIAL BREEDING Brand shoes. Expert shoe re- Breed artificially to production proven sires only. Breeding fee new, with cook- pairing. Arlington Shoe Shop. and coaster table; MODERNIZE YOUR OLD FUR Beach Mixette; port- COAT. Let us remodel your old heater, 2-speed fur into a jacket, cape or stole. King Pressure Mrs. F. N. Backus, 320 So. special rifle, and French, Arlington. Phone 3211. items. J. D. Ends, 251J3. FAMOUS GENTRY SUITS tailored to your measurements crutches, trusses, by master tailors. Featuring belts. Johnson Drug. many imported woolens, $55 for cold weather. Getand $65, at Penney's in Arling- gler heater now. ton. STORE Wash. DANCE oct or rough ply- BENEFIT DANCE in new Bryant 5/16, %, 1/2 and up at mill. Arling. Grange hall every Saturday Plywood Co. only Table and 4 Chrome--t57.50; sev- sets $67.50 and up. Black Model, )rice now only $97.50 and 4 chairs. ER FURNITURE CO. A LEONARD FREEZER space. 18.3 ca. takes no more refrigerator. STORE Pumice Building ,8". Pumice Chim- Phone 1314. At- Products. Perman- under 12. Price a specialty. for $5.50 up. Phone 641, or all model cars. styles and colors Plastic and STORE THAT ELECTRIC it in on or Remington a[ DRUG You h~ve any artlel~ nol In use, try ad. night. Union music. Refresh- ments. In Arlington - Phone 1344 KILLOUGH CLEANERS for EXPERT CLEANING DEPENDABLE SERVICE, MONTH IN, MONTH OUT $6.00. No membership fees. Golden Charm Proven Sire Ser- vice. Phone Arlington 3281 TV and Radio Sales and Service Teleyision and radio repair. Our work is guaranteed. Packard- Bell and Emerson sales. OLYMPIC RADIO SERVICE Phone 1484 - Arlington Registerea Guernsey bulls, ready for service, guaranteed breea- era. Rent, trade or sell. Low prices. Valley Gem Farms, Arlington Hayes Packing Co.--Custom kill- ing, cutting, and wrapping. Free pickup on beef. Locker beef. Phone Everett Tuxedo 3648 evenings, Arlington 3401. @OP.., Phone 1071 All through the cold weather months, you can be SURE of snug comfort in your home when you line up a DEPENDABLE source of fuel oil early. That's us! Call 1071. Arlington Distributing Co. VICTORIA Mrs. Lynn Danielson, oorresuondent. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hanson o Everett accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hanson and family to No. 55279 SUMMONS In the Superior Court of the State of Washington for Snohomish County. JOHN T. DALTON, Plaintiff, VS, EDWIN C. PAIGE and MILDRED H. PAIOE, his wlie, Defendants. THE STATE OF WASHINGTON TO: EDWIN C. PAIOE and MILDRED H. Deception Pass Sunday. PAIGE, his wife, defendants. Mr. and Mrs. Frank PigortI YOU ARE HEREBY SUMMONED to appear within sixty days after the date brought birthday greetings to]Of the first publication of this sum- i Craig Riker Sunday at "his par-{mona, to wit, within sixty days after the 20th day of August. 1953, and de- ents' home the Lloyd Rikers of]fend the above entitled action in the !Bryant. {above entitled court, and serve a copy of your answer upon the undersigned Sunday guests at the Ray Kap- I attorney for plaintiff, at his office be- cell home were Mr. and" Mrs.{mew stated; and in case of your tail- are so to do, Judgment will be ten- Douglas Parsons and son of Bel-' dered against you accordlhg to the de- levue. Mr. and Mrs. Olander and Frank of Arlington and the Bob Kuhnhausens, Sr., motored to Se- attle Sunday to wish Mrs. Bob Kuhnhausen, Jr., a happy birth- day. Sunday guests from Seattle at the Almer Larson home were Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Johnson and their son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Don Johnson and son Curt. The Erling Brekhus family vis- ited at the Bob Arnstead's home in Everett Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Erickson, Mrs. Daniel- :son and Doris visited at the Ray Schei home Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Erickson and the Lynn Danielsons spent Sunday after- !noon visiting with Mr. and Mrs. John Stenson of Silvana. Mr. and Mrs.thC'e W. Speers of Canada spent past week at the George Baldwin home. Additional guests Sunday were Col. and Mrs. Sheldon of Parks A. F. B.,' Calif., and Mrs. M. Simms of Washington, D.C. Sunday overnight guests at the George Baldwin home were Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Purdue of Ed- monton, Alberta Canada. Also on Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Howard Smiley and son Dale of Marys- ville were dinner guests. O AMBULANCE CALL The Arlington ambulance was called to a point near the Cedar Inn on Highway 99 last. Sunday night, to pick up a motorist who had suddenly become quite ill. Matilda Gilchrist of Seattle was taken to the Everett General Hos- pital. The call was placed by the Highway Patrol. How Christian Science Heals 'FREEDOM FROM SELF-IMPRISONMENT' KJR (950 kc) Sunday. 9:00 cam. mend of the complaint, which has been filed with the clerk of said court. The object of the action is to recover judgment against you in the sum of $137.29, plus costs of this action, for services insofar as it may be satisfied by the sale of your interest in the fol- lowing described real property situate In Snehomish County, Washington: Tne South 101 feet of Lots One and Two, Flock One, Hanbury's Sound View Tracts, said property having been heretofore attached herein. ROBERT C. BIBB, Attorney for Plaintiff. Office and Post Office Address:. 337 Olympic Avenue Arlington, Washington. Date of 1st pub., Aug. 20, 1953. Date of last pub., Sept. 24, 1953. O NOTICE OF SALE OF TIMBER ON STATE LAND Notice is hereby given that on Tues- day, the 6th day of xOctobr, 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- mish, State of Washington, by the Count4y Auditor of said county, the timber on the following described state land will be sold at public auction to the highest bidder therefor to-wit: Application No. 22651 Timber on that portion of the W~W~ of Lot 2, section 2, township 32 north, range 6 east, W.m., lying south of a truck road running through the NW~,~ NW~ of Lot 2 and excepting the SW~,~ SW~ of Lot 2. There is a good line blazed around the area included in this sale and no cutting .wlll be permitted except within that blazed line. This timber will be sold on the scale basis as provided in Chapter 266 of the Sea* slon Laws of 1951. The lowest acceptable bid will be $18.00 per thousand for the red fir. green and dead standing and down, $8.00 per thousand for cedar, ce.dar poles and hemlock The felled and bucked timber will be sold at a minimum bid of 20% of the selling price of the logs. Logs are to be scaled by a certified scaler agreeable to both parties, but if the purchaser has an alternate proposal to submit, said proposal can be pre- sented in writing to the State, or a mu- tual agreement can be entered into that will be satisfactory to both parties All logs are to be branded with a brand furnished by the State before they leave the property. The purchaser will be required to deposit with the county auditor on the date of sale, cash in the amount of $1,- 000.OO, together with a $2.00 fee for the issuance of the bill of sale, or a total of $1,002.00. In addition, the purchaser 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 with the State Forest Practice Act and all laaws concerning fire protection and logging. The purchaser will be required to sub- mit monthly statements as to the amount of timber removed during the previous month and to accompany such report with a remittance to cover pay ment on the agreed ba~ls. The $I,000.00 cash deposit will remain in the office of the Commissioner of Public Lands and may be applied on the last of the timber to be cut and removed from the area, provided all of the terms of the contract agreement have been com- plied with, and any breach of the worms of the said contract will cause the forfeiture of the cash depo6it and action to recover on the $1,000.00 bond. Bu}n as directed by the S~ate Forest Warden. Time for removal will be 18 months. Log with donkey or "cat." Subject to easement for right of way for ~o~ging road to be granted under pending ~pplication No. 22323. According to the State's cruise th-,-~: are approximately 111.000 feet red fir. 6.000 feet dead standing and down red fir, 2.000 feet cedar, 5,000 feet hemlock and 2,000 feet cedar poles. Nn e*im"*," agree to hold the state harmless there- for, and agree to reimburse the state or any duly authorized forest fire pro- tectlve organization, including the Unit- ed States Forest Service, for any and all fire fighting costs reasonably made necessary as a result of their operations on said lands, and in particular where they have failed to abate a fire hazard as required and as referred to iu said Title 76, Revised Code of Wa.shl~t~n. Said parties agree to reimbur=-'e the state for all expenses reasonabale in- curred by the state as the result of a breach by them of any provision herein set forth. The purchaser, his hears and assigns, agree to assume responalbllity for all acts and operations of their em- ployees, agents and contractors to in- sure compliance with the provisim~a above recited. 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 log- ging roads across the above described tract for the removal of said timber, but will not give him any exclusive juris- diction over the tract. The state re- ~a been made of the felled and ~ ~' *lmber }serves the right to grant rights of way ~uc~ea y __ ......... ]~*for logging roads or for any other pur- Sale tlm~er on salu lano WIll De so U t e pc~e over and across the above de- for /lot le . than_.theappra_.':eY__'2"_' : ;,scrlbed tracts at any time and neither 9~ appralse~ Dy ~ne womm as =: ........ i-.ed[ the State nor the grantee shall be 11- 1~ IOllt'l~ ($1 I~UDIlC ~,anos in Lne manner prov u ........... " "he bill ~'" --'- " ~"" ; "" "" *~* ~" * "'~high is ~ nn able to ul2e IOl1er o~ b u~ ~t~ x~r file in the office of the Auditor of saldl"~"~ ...... ~ ....... " county. ] The successful bidder will be re- OTTO A CASE ~ quired to post a bond to guarantee full ', ...... t compliance with the terms of the sale Commissioner or ~ucnc Laan(~s. contract. The amount of the bond Date of 1st pub.. Sept. 3,.1953, Date of last pub., Oct. 1. 1953. NOTICE OF HEARING FINAL REPORT AND PETITION FOR DISTRIBUTION In the Superior Court of the State of Washington for the County of Snoho- mish. 0 STATE FOREST BOARD NOTICE OF SALE OF TIMBER ON STATE LAND Notice is hereby given that on Tues- day, the Gth day of October, 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 (~lty of Everett, County of Sno- homish, State of Washington, by the County Auditor of said county, the timber on the following described state land will be sold at public auction to the highest bidder therefor, to-wit: Application No. F-3118 Timber marked with white paint by the State Timber cruiser and the down timber only on the NaA of. NE!~SE~,~, section 5. township 32 north, range 9 east, W.M., containing 30.00 acres, more or less, according to the govern- merit survey thereof, appraised at $589.00. Any trees cut or damaged that are not included in this sale must be paid for at the rate of $50.00 per thousand. Timber Is to be logged with horses or small "cat" not larger than a D-2 or its equivalent. Bond required to guarantee compli- ance with sale terms is $500.00. According to the State's cruise there are approximately 6,000 feet sapling fir, 39,000 feet dead standing and down sap- ling fir, 3,000 feet dead standing and down red cedar, 1,000 feet hemlock and 3,000 feet dead standing and down hem- lock. Burn as directed by the State Forest Warden. The purchaser of the above decribed timber, his heirs and assigns, do hereby shall be as designated in the Notice of Sale. The arrangements for the bond will be made with the State Forest Board at the thne the bill of sale is sent in for entry and execution. Said timber on sa~d land will be sold for not less than the appraised value, as appraised by the Connnissioner 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 state lands will have 1 year within which to remove said timber, with the privilege 'of securing extensions of time under the statutes governing. OTTO A. CASE, Commissioner of Public Lands. Secretary State Forest Board. Date of 1st pub., Sept. 3, 1953. Date of last pub., Oct. 1, 1953. 0 No. 24094 NOTICE TO CREDITORS In the Superior Court of the State of Washington in and for the County of Snohomish. In the Matter of the Estate of WIL- LIAM BANNISTER, Deceased. NotiCe is hereby given that the under- signed has been appointed and has qualified as executrix of the estate of the above-named deceased; that all per- sons having claims against said de- ceased or his estate are heereby required to serve the same in the form required by law, duly verified, on the under- signed or J. P. Mathews and Joseph P. Mathews, Jr., her attorneys of record, at the address below stated, and file the same with the Clerk of the above-en- titled court together with proof of ser- vice, within six months after the date of first publication of this notice, and all claims not so served and filed within said time will be barred. MARGARETE BANNISTER, agree to comply strictly with all appli- Executrix. cable provisions of Title 76, Revised] J. P. MATHEWS and JOSEPH P. Code of Washington, In conductlng]MATHEWS. JR.. Attorneys for Execu- their operations on the lands described,] trix, 315 Olympic Avenue, Arlington, and do further, agree to aassume all li-[ Washington. ability of whatsoever kind and nature{ Date of 1st puh.: Sept. 3, 1953. arlslng out of their operations, and Date of last pub.: Sept. 17, 1953. i HENRY MurrAY'S FOR YOUR OLD FRIGIDAIRE WASHER REGARDLESS OF AGt OR CONDITION (BLUE TUB) WHITE TUB $120 ALLOWANCE on this NEW AUTOMATIC WASHER HENRY MURRAY .. Arlington. Wash. My present washer is not a Frigidaire but I am anxious to take advantage of your September Bonus Trade-In Month. NAME .................................................................................................. ADDRESS MY WASHER IS A .......................................................................... NO OBLICATION--FRE APPRAISAL COUPON 8:30 a. rn. to 5:30 p. m; Phone 121 3