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THE ARLINGTON TIMES, ARLINGTON, WASHINGTON, THURSDAY, SEPT. 24, 1!}5:3. PA ,E NINE and- qeed Livestock Recleaned. 100 lb. For Sale $4.75. Hunter & FOR SALE --- 4 - year. old Reg. ,Double Standard Polled Here- Recleaned Abruzzi. ford Bull. Martin Anderson. growth for pasture or Phone 302W2. down. Valley Gem ~ Phone 54. FOR SALE -- 5 Bred Guernsey Heifeirs. Freshen next 30 days. E---Cull potatoes, $8.00 Call Saturday and Sunday on- L, With sacks $10.00. Chris- ly. B. & K. Ranch, Otter'Rd., R. )n's Potato Warehouse, 2, Marysville. Mt. Vernon. Phone 8851.' FOR SALE---Pure Stassart racing L BF,~ET PULP homers, with pedigree papers, b. Paper Bags $1.70 $7.50 pair. Beautiful brick red l~y. the ton, $67.00 Tumblers, and other fancy pig- Pick up at store, cons, $3.50 the pair. Silver HUNTER & SON spangled Hamberg chickens, 4 Phone 2051 mos. old, $4.50 for trio. Hoftell, Phone 314W3. FEED in pellets, by the Sack. Paper bags, $3.10. FOR SALE---3 Guernsey, 2 Hol- & Son s, Arlington. stein yearling heifers. Phone Marys*ville 3117. : FOR SALE [ Real Estate FOR SALE--Wood circulatingJ heater in good condition. JimI .For ~ale Price on Arlington Heights Rd.,~ Route 2 .... ""~. .... ~ ... -" ~ z-oeor m modern awenmg, good German army rifle (Mauser) W. location, corner lots, sewer con- W. II, also an English made 12 nectlon, paved street. Can be ga. double barrel shotgun, closed for a small down pay- needs some fixing, $12.50, has ment of $1000.00, balance on fancy engraving. 24" alder easy terms. fireplace wood and 16" second W.H. FOWLER AGENCY growth fir, $10.00 cord, you Arlington, Wash. Phone 721 haul. Hoftell, Phone 314W3. F~ ~UC-~O--N-~ mately 7 cleared; 2-bedroom, I have sold my farm so will sell modern home, large cabinet at Public Auction my house- kitchen, wired for electric hold furnishings, farm machin- range; full concrete basement. New siding and roof; outbuild- cry and livestock at this loca- ings; $4800. D. D. Miller, R. 41 tion: Two miles due east of Ce- darhome Store, or go to Brand- Arlington, Wash. strom's Service Station on Highway 99, turn west, go % home. Wired for range; 2-car mile, take first road to left for garage, orchard; 11~ acres, % mile until you come to cross- partly cleared; $5,000. Located road, then west approximately on Swede Heaven road, R. 3, 200 yards. Watch for road Arlington. Sig Sundquist. I Mrs. Lynn Danielson, [ I oorresuondent. ! Jim Garberg, son of Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Garberg, has been discharged from the Navy, where he has been serving for some time. Also Dexter Nesmo, son of Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Nesmo, is home for a 30-day leave from the Navy. He has been in Hawaii, Japan, and Korean waters but is now stationed in California. Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Millard and baby daughter of Vancouver spent the week-end with the George Baldwins. Also on Sun- day afternoon visitors from the home town of the Baldwins were Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Carleton of Edmonto:a, Alberta. The Harry Hansens spent Sat- urday evening with the Merle Hansens of Everett. On Sunday, guests of the Hansens were Mr. SERVICES FOR SALE- Springer Heifers. signs, and Mrs. Bing Holman of MS. MONDAY, SEPT. 28 FOR SALE---3-bedroom home, 1 Vernon. Guernsey, Holstein. H e nr y 1:00 p.m. sharp block off Olympic. Newly dec- Kronfus, Kackman road, A'r. orated; $5,750. Phone 2105. Supper guests Friday evening p'~-nter and lington. Phone 20F31. COMPLETE HOUSEHOLD FUR- ~ .... .-:_-_-. of the Pigorts were Mr. and Mrs. NISHINGS -- Crystal and cut Ware. Igor. Reasonable pric- ]L~A]D TD&]rM~ L exchange labor for AUCTION SALE every Saturday; glass, silver ~offee service, fUl~ Ii~t~VL Mr. and-Mrs. Erling Brekhus usable. R. 2, Arling- poultry and misc. items, 10 a. many vases and knickknacks. --------~ and family were dinner guests brdan Road). Phone m.; dairy cows, beef, young FARM MACHINERY -- 1947 ;50 TRADE'IN vallwanC~Nan. S,unday of the Olanders of Ar- Falls 2752. stock hogs and sheep, 12 noon.~ Model A International Tractor Whirlpool Con entional - lin~tAn "-------7---~--~ %-77--- FARMERS AUCTION SALE, wth cultivator and plow 2 sac- er Winkes Hardware, Arling- "":Y. .... - ......... ann ~amo ~NOItOMISH F L SWENSON, tion spring tooth harrow: 2 see- ton. anl(~r'Bar~a IIDV~rS~ ~wa~Prn ~Vu~Yng2~t ~ . .. . . ~.~ p Y ~ ~ Owner, Auctmneer. tlon drag harrow, John Deere 6 ~CbN'T THROW THAT ELECTRIC dinner ~u~.~t. of th~ P~t~ .qrlartp. anct ervlce w..toa ft. disc, . New . Idea manure RAZOR AWAY--Trade it in on sos and radio repair. Our ....... spreader, nayra~e, slip scraper, a new Schick'or Remington at Mr~ .l.'~U Ann ....... ~ .... guaranteed. Packard-J ~ 2 two-wneei iraimrs, mi~k,earL _TC~NSON r~PTT~ .-. ": ..... "=~". .......... ::." ~."'-" .............. " ~'~-- . ....... t)ale ann Jerry were Tuesuay nerson and Svlvanlal ,o~v M~rv~v~]l~ power lawn mower, hand lawn Arlington ......... ..... ~' ""--" ....... m.,x,a.- h,mho~. ~n ~.=te- 7~ ................. ~--:': ........... azternoon visitors at me t~ay IC RADIO SERVICE WANTED sacks oats; fishingaequipment, A|TqP/'~I~f~TII/'I~ Kappell nome. -~ 1484 - Arlington DEAD STOCK 303 Savage, and ~12 ga Win- /akUIUl11LIll1~ Community Meeting -'------7~.~=.--~_;=...-=7-r----- I Prompt, Courteous Service chester; hand tools and miscel-: ~ Attention! Community meet- At~TI~I~21AL I Call collect, Everett Bayview 954.q laneous items LIVESTOCK--i FRONT SYS'IEM overnaui, line- ing Sentember 25 at 8 n m to , ~. BREEDING . [ Puget Sound Byproducts, Inc." Two 20-nnonths.old Guernseyl up, and setting; wheel bala.nc, vote or~ two articles of b~-laws ~lres p.roveo grea~lBox 651. Everett, Wash. heifers, 1 HolStein heifer, 81 ing, all makes. Weber Ponuac, and to elect one trustee. Bonners ~our oetternera . 1~~ months old 1 black W F steer,[ Arlington. and Quillums to serve refresh- p~ns uW~oen inyg~ I Phone 171W3 Arlington 20 months old, 1 Holstein steer,[ ~~~. ment~: ...... ..... "/ " - 8 months old, 3 ewes, 1 buck, I available now ~a,~w Buick~ Weonesuay o~ rest week Mrs. mauon.. ~ o l oe n[ LIVESTOCK HAULING and 2 lambs. Also 10 red hens,[ ~'~" P,mtiacs "W,~h~r Pontiac Elmer Norgaard brought Mrs. ~narm ~'rovea ~er- An where An time ................ ' . [ Y Y 1 year old. [ 9h..~ 01 Wm. Twohlg of Enumclaw to see vice_ .... [ C.F. BADGLEY R.D. McLAUGHLIN Owner [ Phone 1501. [her nephew, Lynn Danielson and __ ~'none 2 t6~ [ Phone 171W3~ ~Arlingtn H~ . W. Barclay and Ra ' Wiersma ]y CLOTHING [family. . . ~EAUTY PARLOR open[ FLOYD E HEADLEY Auctioneers; Floyd L o u i a, Mrs. Lynn Danlelson and Doris ;, also evenings by ap.[ Cash Livestock Buyer Clerk. " " spent Thursday afternoon at the ~t Phone 1573 / Licensed and Bonded ~~ FOR SALE--Poll Parrott and Star Oscar Sundberg home at Warm ............... ~ ......... ~ _ _ b-/~-ln ~ilter t~iscs o~c regular Brand shoes Ex"ert shoe re ------~---"-::--=-. --~ )Il ~a tho n~w twins /t'none zl6J6 Arlington vzxcnange ~.~- ~r.._.~_ o ~__ _ .~ ..... v ~, " ~o ~, ................. ' pllldU~tLllltlZ~[ Or~un ~ rnune ' " Arlin t no .._. , ~, o ..., .... ;~|R 5 Arhnaton ~E of Edaecomb~ .... pairing, g on Shoe ~ p. SUMMONS llt:rW. 2"~..D.~. dLItOlllCttlU/ ....' ....... ~ ........... I~ ......., ZO01. ~"-~--~: In the Superior Court of the State of .nd dryer. / LIVESTOCK ~ MODERNIZE YOUR OLD FUR Washington for Snohomlsh County. et us re our old JOHN T DALTON Plaintiff "TO-COAST STORE ] Send your livestock to Seattle FOR SALE--Used furniture. Rea- COAT. L model y , , Arlington ] ~ sonable Phbne 247W3 for ap- fur into a jacket, cape or stoleEDWIN C PAIG~.vs'~H ~'rr.n~.~.~ | c._~t ~h .... ~-ot ,~,~o,~ r'~ll ,,~po ntment. Home before 9 a.m. Mrs. F. N. Backus, 320 So. PAIGE his wife on Monday_. i " " ' .................. 1"1 21 .[-II~,PxLLL~J~X ,,.~,-,. ~,~,, ...~,,~,~ 1.,,.,~,~. ,.,,,,~ ~v~- . , , acher of Piano . [ leet Marysville 4180. an___d aft____er__66 p.m~ French, Arhngton. Phone 321~. THE STAT~ OF "~A~HID~an~t~: and advanced uuuils [ CLAUD DUTTON Dr,, hoo .... a ~,~t- o, ......... n FAMOUS GENTRY SUITS EDWIN C. PAIGE and MILDRED H. - - : ~ R 5 Arlin--ton Kello~ Marsh ., ~-~. -.- ~,-, ow.= ~.0~ ............ ents PAIOE, his wife defendants your nome or mine. | , ~ " ~ for sale. Phone 2822. Union /alioreo to your measures You ARE HF.REBY SU~IONED to ble for piano solos V--~---~-------~-----------=~'------=-===~-~ Mill. by master tailors. Featuring appear within sixty days after the d~te: accompaniments / ~]~T~[~ ~--~ many imported woolens, $55 of the first publication of this sum- i~,t~-- ~h~ 9;~2T~ VV ~tl~ it~/t~ FOR SALE--Used Duo Therm oil ~,~ .e~_~ at Penn~,,'o i~ Arlin~- mona, to wit, within sixty days. after "'~" .... ' ............ ~ heater "11....... "~ ~'~*:--~" .~---~ w----, ,~.~ o **, ~ the 20th day of August. 1953, an~l de- m'-7---~ ~i~h ~"h""~ c._~.~ ~,on,,~,o ,.,,,,,~n , a ~v wvuu l*eau,g ton. fend the above entitled action In the /L/D~rq~9~f// ........... O e, a model T and a 34 .......... - ....................above entitled court, and serve a copy ~- ilKe ngnt nouseKeeplng Ior Chev. Can be seen at 106 Wash- ]E~]D ~A| ]~ of your answer upon the undersigned attorney for atntlff at his office be ~E - CONTRACTING working couple, rceierences, in~ton ^v" ^-~ ..... I'VJI~ O/'~Jl~ PJ " .... e, .~ ~., ~**~;tv~. lOWstated; arid In case of your fall 1 & Residential Wir- Phone Granite Falls z~o ........ ureso to do "ud m - 11" ~ " ...... "~ ; ......... MI ~ ' J g env w ~ oeren- ~htlng Fixtures -- Ap- . , ...... ..... LLWOOD ~- Alder or maple. FOR SALE---8 city lots, 50x100 ft. dered against you accordin~ to the de- . WANTED girl or ................ ...... epair and Service. , . l~lln (1tied shavings and saw- $300 to $500 each. Glen Hlett, maid of the complaint, which, has ~ ,-, ~^rt for two children, 5 and 4, Men- dust. Russell Fisher Phon,~ ~,,,,,, 1R~A nv ~9"~0 been filed with the clerk of said court. '~'-" "" "'.~% ~. . day through Friday, from 8 to 247~r ........ ~.~? v. ~.v... __ The object of the action is to recover --- at~ ~o. ~rencn 5. Live in or out. Mrs. Chas. :.. "'~" FOR SALE--ReJect or rough ply. J~g~gent. against you_!n the sum_of CUT UP FRYER TURKEY , ~, . , l~US eosus oz ~ms ac~zon, zo~ H. KALLOCK Thomas. Phone 374. , 49c lb. ~ood sheeting, 5/16, %, and services insofar as it may be satisfied Lawty's Turkey Farm. Phone % in. Pick up at mill. Arling. Stanwood, Wash. WANTEI:)---I~ERN PICKERS 187W3. tot~ Lumber & Plywood Co. - Insurance - " By Callison's, Present prices 14ei Mutual el Enumelaw per bunch. Contact Callison's, ABI~UZZI RYE ,--Recleaned seed We~ have I on~d--4 and Automobile Langley, Wash. Tel. t7830, or $4.75 per cwt. Chairs in Chrome---S57.50; sev- PooDles 2111 Seattle, Elliott 7752. Arlngton Feed & Farm Supply of Seattle P.1. Combining $6.0{) per hour. New Phone 491 machine. Phone 101J1. Elmer PHONE Lohr, R. 2 (Jordan Road). WANTED--Truck and tractor re. 2601 pairing---all makes, all mod- COAST-TO- els. International - Harvestel ~ COAST dealer. ~I~N~ ~l~ Arlington EARL WEBER PONTIAC & ,nstallallon ~-~T~:: :ic TanKs, 265 to 5~ Tile, Culvert Pipe, ~A~ Drain Tile. Phone Piano and Organ Instruction ton C o n c r e t e Contact Mrs. Wm. Simpson Phone 542 Hotpoint APPLIANCES Residential and Corn- Wiring, Contracting, Appliance Repair. ELECTRIC Phone 201 BREEDING Holstein Hereford PIANO LESSON. Call 544 for in- formation. DANCE BENEFIT DANCE in new Bryant Grange hall every Saturda.~ night. Union music. Refresh- ments. ~ELL IT--If you h~ve any artlci~ of furniture, not in use, try Times classified ad CLOSE-OUT FLOOR MODELS---1 only forest green bed daveno, 1 only pale rose Hide-a-Bed. These are good new mdse. at special price to sell. WALLITNER FURNITURE CO. $5.00 per square, the best grade. HUNTER & SON - Phone 2051 ent for children under 12. Price $4.50. Haircutting a specialty. Permanents' for $5.50 up. City Beauty Parlor. Phone 641, or 1604.. Wheel Chairs, crutches, trusses, abdominal belts. Johnson Drug. Use Times Classlimo AOs - ~ffectlve. economical g oral other sets $67.50 and up. 1 only Modern Black Model, special price now only $97.50 for table and 4 chairs. WALLITNER FURNITURE CO. GET A LEONARD UPRIGHT FREEZER for more storage space. 18.3 cu. ft. freezer that takes no more room than a refrigerator. COAST-TO-COAST STORE Arlington Blocks, 4", 6", 8". Pumice Chim- ney blocks. Phone 1314. Ar- li__..ngton Concrete Products. SEAT COVERS for all model cars. 27 different styles and colors to choose from. Plastic and fibre. COAST-TO.COAST STORE Arlington Call TROUBLE SHOOTER If Thai Hot Plate Hm~ Gone Cold We .Repair Household Appliances WINKES HARDWARE PHONE 643 ARLINGTON [llllllllllllllllml[llll lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll llllllllllllllllllll] , ~ Shorthorn rlington 2141 that the Mar- milks faster, cannot raastitis. It's gentle, action makes the cow You milk her. We in- carry in stock all )lies. Valley Gem Phone 54. m White Face. Arlington. & TV Service and repair. Tele. All service work AUTO SUPPLY REPAIR. For general )air ann oil heater Hardware. O BREEDING to production only. Breeding fee membership fees. Proven Sire Ser- 3281 bulls, ready guaranteed breed- trade or sell. LOw Farms, Arlington Co.---Custom kill- and wrapuing. on beef. Locker Everett Tuxedomm Arlington 3401. pumping. Fred Olympic. Phone clasSltled ads -- Still the wood heater discovery of | M the century ING NEW 1953 Ashley Automatic Downdraft Console Wood Heaters now feature: "k TWO "AUTOMATIC AIR INTAKES nofhing else llke it ~ newly patented "k TWO THERMOSTATS .. alternating coordinated control NEWLY ARMORED CAST IRON FIREBOX LINERS stability beyond belief NEW CHROME FINISH most glamorous hearer'ever sef in home im ms. m Thouiands of ASHLEY users from Coast )o Coast report fuel savings of 50~/o or more -- Wood, Presto Logs or Briqueh used--24-hour thermostatic heating- unbollevable heat: ing capacity heating homes large and small' automatically with healthy wood heat -- refueling a_ usually only hvice in 24 hours--burning wood, the only cheap fuel lefL ** Know the pleasure of returning to a warm wood-heated home after being away all day -- the ASHLEY double thermostatic control assures tt~is cozy comfort. BUDGET TERMS Fllel savings pays for a. ASHLEY-- NO PRICE INCREASE Buy while, adequate stocks are available--3 models---SEE THEM TODAY AT Your Arlington Stove Headauarters mmmnmnmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmlmmmmmmmmmllmmmmmmlmmmmmmmmllmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmllml by the sale of your interest In the fol- lowing described real property situate In 8nohomish County, Washington: The South 101 feet of Lots One and Two, Block One, Hanbury's Sound View Tracts, said property havlng been heretofore attached herein. ROBERT C. BIBB, Attorney for Plaintiff. Office and Post Office Address: 337 Olympic Avenue Arlington, Washington. Date of Ist pub., Aug. 20, 1953. Date cf last pub., Sept. 24, 1953. New beauty! Now convenlencel See these features : Cook-Master Oven Clock Co~ttrol Full-width Cooking- Top Lamp, Full-width Storage Drawer Lifetime Porcelain Finished Cabinet and Ove~ Sa~lO.S HENRY MURRAY Your Arlington Frigid~a'e Store Beach. ] STATE FOREST BOARD I NOTICE OF SALE OF TIMBER Wednesday t h e Hlghlandl ON STATE LAND Homemakers met at the Jess Notice is hereby given that on Tues- ~o~b h.~.~ ;.. xr;ll......-. "i~]~..~t...l .~,~ day the 6th day "of October 1953 eom- --.~,~,- ,~,.,,~ ~*, vtttag.;t= z=,t~=,,.~,~ .~_, mel~cin at ten o clock i -: " " " g ' n ~ne Iorenoon officers were Mrs. Beck presl-of said dav 1 ....... . ~ ~ , , 11 lron~ Ol ~ne m~llU en- dent; Mrs. Bradley, vlee-presl- trance door to the county court house A.~,~t. ~,v,.,,-, D...---a~.. ........ +...... in the City of Everett County of Sag ~llt, .tvz/~. DI:~IIU~tfUIII, 5U~.~lCt~lV*. he " -- --" ~ ' Mrs ~nlalc,~ ~ o A "H tulsa,8tare of Washington, by the - ,..-~;..~:~..., --=a~.urer. ~ re,, gouty Auditor of said county, the flemonstra[lon was given by Ti]-timber on the following deseribed state lie Hansen and 01ans were made land will be sold at public auction to the highest bidder therefor, to-wit: for a membership drive meeting. Application No. F-3115 Also, those wailing to make Timber marked with white paint by pressing hams cut patterns, the State Timber cruiser and the down timber only ou the Na~ of NE~SE~ ~ection 5. towr~hip 32 north, range'9 NOTICE OF S~tLE O~ TIMBER east. W.M., containing 30.00 acres, ON STATE LAND more or le~-~s, according to the govern- Notice 1~ hereby given that on Ties- sent survey thereof appraised at day. the 6th day of October. 1953. corn- $589.00. mencing at ten o'clock In the forenoon Any trees cut or damaged that are not, of said day, in front of the m~ia on- inchlded in this sale must be paid for trance door to the-county court house at the rate of $50.00 per thousand. in the City of Everett. County of Snoho- Timber is to be logged with homes mlsh. State of Washington, by the or small "cat" not larger tban a D-2 or County Auditor of said county,the its equivalent. timber on the following described state Bond requlred to guarantee compll- land will be sold at public auction to ance with sale terms is $500.(}0. the highest bidder therefor to-wit: According to the State's cruL~e there Application No. 22651 are approximately 6,000 feet sapling fir, Timber on that portibn of the W~W~,h 39,000 feet dead standlng and down sap- of Lot 2, section 2. township 32 north, ling fir, 3,000 feet dead standing and range 6 east. W.m., lying south of a down red cedar. 1.000 feet hemlock and truck road running through the NW% 3,000 feet dead standing and down hem- NW~ of Lot 2 and excepting the SW~ lock. SWU~ of Lot 2. There is a good llne blazed around the area included in this sale and no cutting will be permitted except within that blazed lir, e. Th!s timber will be sold on the scale basis as provided in Chapter 265 of the Ses- sion Laws of 1951. Burn as directed by the State Fore, st, Warden. The purchaser of the above decribed timber, his heirs and assigns, do hereby agree to comply strictly with all appli- ~'abie provisions of Title 76, Reyised 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, cedar pole.-; 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 wl~h 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,- 000.00, 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 laws 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 basis. The $1,000.00 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 eut and removed from the area, provided all of the terms of the contract agreement have been com- plied with. and any breach .of the terms of the said contract will cause the forfeiture of the cash deposit and action to recover on the $1,000.00 bond. Burn as directed by the Sr~tte Forest Warders. Time for removal will be 18 months. Log with donkey or "cat." Subject to easement for right of way for logging road to be granted under pending applicat4on No. 22323. According to the State's cruise there are approximately lll,000 feet red fir. 6,000 feet dead standing and down red fir, 2,000 feet cedar 5 000 feet hemlock l and 2,000 feet cedar poles. No estimat~ has been niade of the felled and; bricked timber. Said timber on said land will be sold for not, leas than the appraised value, as appraised by the Commissioner 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. OTTO A, CASE, Commissioner of Public Laands. Date of 1st p~ab.. Sept. 3, 1953 Date of last pub.. Oct. 1. 1953. Code of Washington; in conducting ti~eir operations on the lands described, and do further agree to aassume all li- ability of whatsoever kind and nature arising out of their operations, and agree to hold the state harmless there- for, and agree to reimburse the state or any duly authorized forest fire pro- tective organization, including the Unit- ed States Forest Service. for any and all fire fighting costs reasonably made necessary as a result of their operas,ions on said lands, and in particular where they have failed to abate a fire hazard as required and as reIerred to in said Title 76. Revised Code of Washington. Said parties agree to reimburse the state for all expenses reasonabale in- curred by the state as the result of & breach by them of any provision herein set forth. The purchaser, his hears and assigns, agree to assume responsibility for all acts and operations of their em- i ployees, agents and contractors to tn- Isure compliance with the provisions above recited I I 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- serves the right to grant rights of way for logging roads or for any other pur- pose over and across the above de- scribed tracts, at any time and neither the State nor the grantee shall be li- able to the holder of the bill of sale for ar~y damage caused thereby. The successful bidder will be re- quired to post a bond to guarantee full compliance with the terms of the sale contract. The amount of the bon~ shall be as designated in the Notice of Sale. The arrangements for the bond will be made with the State Forest, Board at the time the bill of sale is sent In for entry and execution. Said timber on said land will be sold for not less than the appraised value, as appraised by the Commissioner of Public Lands In the manner provided by law, a statement of which ls now on flle 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 ALL THESE ADVANTAGES-- R No warm air pipes-no un- sightly duct openings or grilles in wall. "ff No wasted floor space. 'ff Furniture placement made easy, with more variety allowed. Silent operation-no disturb ing roar or hum. No radio or television interference. Wall-to-wall carpeting possible AUTOMATIC SELF-LIGHTING -a wonderful advantage- 100% electric ignition and fuel control-maintains pleas- ant, uniform temperature at all times without attention from you. ~r Low first cost. '~ Low installation cost. VERY LOW OPERATING COST -save up fo 30% on annual fuel bills because these units burn low cost furnace oils at very high efficiency. 9t Safe operation-units listed by Underwriters" Laboratories. 'N Lowest terms available-ask abom ~hem! YOUR AUTHORIZED BEALER FOR Arlington Furnace Headquarters