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THE ARLINGTON TIMES, ARLINGTON, WASIIINGTON, TItURSDAY, NOV. 5, 1953. PAGE NINE SERVICES SERVICES L0ST derslgned have been appointed and havel Any and all timber cut or damaged qualified as executors of the estates of[ that is net included In tills sale must the above-named deceased persons that he paid for at the rate of $50.00 per- RU~~EY Registered Guernsey bulls, ready LOST--$80.00-i-~20.00 bills in all persons having claims against sam[ thousand. deceased persons or their estates are Log with a "cat" not larger than a Wanted Livestock Teacher of Piano for service, guaranteed breed,the vicinity of Olympic and hereby required to serve the same m I3-4 or '-U: equiva!ent. the form required by law, duly verified, [ Time for rcmoval will be 1 Year. '.eg. Whiteface For Sale Beginners and advanced pupils ere. Rent, trade or sell. Low Fourth. Last visited Kiltough on the undersigned or J. P. Mathew~l accepted; your .home or mine. prices. . Cleaners and Louise' Sabv and Joseph P. Matthews, Jr. t.he~, t.~- BJnd lequired to guarantee corn- - -- pl~ance with sale ~erm~ is $250.00. torneys of record at the address beh~w~ 1713. C. F. Badgley, At- FOR SALE--Two young cows, one Available for piano solos Valley Gem Farms, Arlington Shop. Mrs. T.D. Allen, Phone stated and file the same 'wilh the l According to the State's cruise ~here a" Jersey,one Jersey-Guernsey, and accompaniments. --~-- Darrington 803. Reward. ~ie~: 'of the above-eI~tltleci court to:l are approximately 10.000 feet yellow "------ IRVIN H. KALLOCK ~o------------ gerber wlth proof of service within[ fir, 18.000 feet dead standing and WANTED milking now, freshen in spring. ~,,~,.~,~.~..~u,~,:.c,,,R" 5, Arlington; Phone 2738 . R. 2 E.. Insurance'Stanwd Wash "~,-~ ........... I .x ~'~ "notice. ande allf'r'~t ,,~- ] t~n .... sl month ariel tile dat of h .~ o do~n yellow fi~ a~).d 3000 feel, dead DEAD STOCK Also light trailer. Mrs. Stofer, a~l " llcation of this claims is uing and down red Lpt, Courteous Service Phone Granite Falls 2139 2'/2appliance repair and oil heater Farmers' Mutual of Enumclaw ~l~(JO HEIGHTS [ n~e SwOlllse~'~edarrae~? filed withinsa,dl.val:.~rcl~l,ast~ clirec~ed by tneCedar'sults Forest ect, Everett Bayview 9549 miles south on dead end road. service, call Winkes Hardware. Fire and Automobile Mrs. WillL Hilde corr. [ ~L::_~E HEATON ! The D~u'chase.- of th~ .h .... d~,erih~d SOund Byproducts, Inc. PA ............................ Pnono PedDles 2111 .~,=~,,.,,= ~x. ! ....... r , " , ~' "." ,~ gl s, d here- :65~- Ever-ett. Wash. If you want to sell your cattlePhone 643. - ~,~..~.-~ o11. i UL WANGSMO ~ tlmber his hells and assl ] o --~ J~L~Ar~uR h~ATTSON, by agree to comply strictly with all ap- --:~- Sunday visitoru at tile J. D. Executors i plicable provisions of Title 76, Revised to a cattle man call 278W5 eve- Hayes Packing Co. Custom kill- / ........ P~tch home were M- and ~,i.... I. P. MATHEWS and JOSEPH P Code of Washm ton. u _I~'JLU~IJ~i ~ ..... " " g. " z conducting ,OYD E. HEADLEY nings. Locker beef for sale, 25c ing, cutting, and wrapping. "--~'~.~k o~n~ John patch and family, Mr. and o-o'~*)-x-, ~ e., r~'~*ng~ n. wash- (~)nd o furtller agr e to assume alllla. ~'iA~Tt~"E~WScJr';'Attl::'a--e~So{-~'Exeyut's'ithe}rdPerat'ns hetlae lands de'~crtbed' sh Livestock Buyer to 35c cut and wrapped Locker beef. Phone 3401 or 351, ~.~~.~ .~u,,a Mrs. Cameron Gwin and three Date of 1st pub., Oct. 22. 1953. [iilir\, of what~.oever kind~ al}d n~t.ur~ :ensed and Bonded 738~, Arlington Exchange FOR SALE--Nine spring Guern- Arlington. D ......... ~~ C;C!Tg~!: childreiq of Mt Vernon and Mr ate f las~ pub iv 5 1953 [ arising out of their operatlons~hand [ngton (E.~of Edgecom~b, spy heifers. Co-op breeding. ~BEL~-L~ ar.du~: S::ttnY Sws::?:r ~;2~~ieri~ctf~}ii i}~ $200.00 each Vernon'Valde, E. EMERSON y n guests NO,rlCENff~) 16FIDITORS i } ~ P ~.eir , . ] " rg "% , d lag the unit- LIVESTOCK Stanwood, R. 1, Phone 20F31 SYLVANIA " ~-~.~j~_..,, f_ t..o,ailaF.._ It the Harold Helgeland home In the Supplier Court o~ the Sl.ate (fed ~tates Fore t Sm~lce. ~or 'our livestock to Seattle AUCTION SALE every Saturday; HALLICRAbq~ERS . were Mr. and Mrs. Alan Curtis Washington in and for the Cozmty of all fire fighting costs reasonably made ndays. e market price. Call col- poultry and misc. items, 10 a. T E L E V I S I 0 N :--and family of Sno omish anO, m ohomish . ........... necessa, as a result of thelr operation. AI~'I'II