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TI-IE ARL!NGTON  TIMES, T IIURSDAY, APRIL 2, 1925. i ii i Classif00i00ed Adv'ert, FOR SALE FOR SALE 13 good milch cows, fresh and coming fresh. F. W. Ball, the old Kurtz place, on Darrington road. 3!,h miles from Arlington. SEED BARLEY z' sale, hulless and beardless Amos Bergseth, R. 1; phone 17F5. BURBANK Seed Potatoes for sale, $2.00 per 100. John A. Single- ton, R. 4, Arlington; phone 20F4. FOR SALE--Seed potatoes, pride of Multnomah, 2c per lb. Oluf Gilbert, R4. phone llF14. FOR SALE 4 incubators, cap. 30, 60 and 70 eggs; also some good lumber; prices reasonable. Mrs. A. J. Chalupa, R4; phone 20F35. GOOD MIK COWS for sale, fresh and coming fresh. Pick out what you want. W. D. Webster. 2 1-2 miles east of Bryant, R4, Ar- lington. FOR SALE Rhode Island Red eggs, for hatching; $1.00 per setting Josh Allen, R. 1, Oso. WANTED LADY WANTS WORK by the day, Inquire over Stave's Tire Shop. WANTED to buy setting hens. H. L. Morris, Arlington; phone 36W4. WANTED Veal and Poultry. Can handle any quantity at all times. Spot cash and Seattle market prices assured. Write to M. L. Brown, Box 232, Arling- ton. Wash. Will call. WANTED-Arlin-toq represen- tatvie for three-gallon Ford automatice refilling gas reserve. It thinks for you. We tow any purchaser in free vho runs out of gas. No canvassing. Ap- ply by letter only. References by permission from all the 'Se- attle banks. Berlin Lifesaver, 806 Central Bldg., Seattle. , 1925_ free on request 1 t4 Page tlluszmted Cltalos. includln [nformatloD on How and What to P]anf "32 Years of Satisfaion" SIXTH AVENUE, SEATn.E, WASH. WANTED--Veal and pork and beefe cattle. Call at my expense phone 5R4. I buy anything of value what have you to sell? Leo. O'Co,nor, R. 3, Arlington. FOR RENT FOR RENT Furnished resi- dence close in. Call on Mrs. Mat- tie Miller, Gilman street. FOR RENT, a small garage. In- quire Thompson's. FOR RENT Improved 8-acre tract on Kent's Prairie; first class land, good orchard, and will put house in good repair. Cash rental to reliable party who will live on place, $150 for first year. Address: Rev. Gee. Larson, 315 Arnold Av'e. N., Thief River Fall, Minn. GARAGE for rent, close in. In- quire of D. Westover. MISCELLANEOUS BARCLEY CORSETS are custom made and designed especially for YOU in every little detail. Mrs. A. H. King, county agent, 1325 R, R. Ave., West, Arling- ton; phone 941, at home even- ings. FARM LOANS Up to $25,000 at 5 1-2 per cent interest. North Fork Farm Loan Association. J. E. Armstrong, secretary- treasurer. Phone 4R3, Arling- ton, R3. THE TOBACCO HABIT, smoking, chewing or snuff, cured for I $1.00 or money refunded J. N. [ McAllester, Clear Lake, Wash. FREE--A garden full of flowers. Advertising distribution of Gladiolus Primulinus Hybrids, (the most beautiful summer flower.) Send 25c (no stamps) for packing and mailing and I will send 20 flowering-size bulbs in assorted colors. R. V, allentgoed, Bellingham, Wash. NOTICE TO Where It May Concern: Northwestern National Insur- ance Company's hlsurance Poli- cie,; numbered 102 to 125 inclu- sive of the Arlington, Washington Agency of thi'. company, have been mislaid, lost or stolen from this Company's office at Arling- ton, Washington, and this is to notify any person, or persons, holding the above policies that the same are void and of no ef- fect. NORTItWESTERN NATIONAL INSURANCE COMPANY. of Milwaukee, Wisconsin. L. C. PALMER, Agt. ORDER FIXING TIME AND PLACE OF HEARING OF FINAL ACCOUNT AND PETITION FOR DISTRIBUTION 1N THE SUPERIOR COURT OF the State of Washington, For Snohomish County. In the Matter of the Estate of Otto Link, Deceased. J. A. Gray, e.ecutor of the estate of Otto Link, deceased, having filed herein his final ac- count of his administration of said estate together with his pe- tition for distribution, in which the Court is asked to find that all debts of said estate have been paid and to distribute the residue of said estate to said J. A. Gray, as trustee. It is ordered that Monday, the 4th day Of May, 1925. at the hour of 9:30 o'clock a. m., and the Courtroom of Department No. 2 of the above entitled court, in the County Court House in the City of Everett, Snohomish County, Washington, be and the same are hereby fixed as the time and place of hearing said final ac- count and petition for distribu- tion ; and It is further ordered that no- tice of said hearing be given by posting three copies hereof as provided by law, and by publish- ing a copy hereof for three weeks in The Arlington Times. Dated April 1, 1925. RALPH C. BELL, Judge. G. W. Hinman, attorney for ex- ecutor, Arlington, Wash. Date of 1st Pub., April 2, 1925. Date last Pub., April 16, t925. HEMSTITCHING, S t a m p i n g, - stamped goods, buttons and IIgl:MPlflYMI:MT I :il orders given prompt at- I1M Tile rilftBl"|OP tention. Mrs. L. Bertilson, 710 Uil /fie Ur.bflrA[ R. R..Ave. I Portland, March 30.Unemploy- FORNIA'S BEAUTY StIOP ment on the west coast, more Scientific treatments of the acute during January and Febru- scalp and skin; paper curl'ing, i ary than it was during those sam marcelling, water-waving, sham- months for the past three years, pooing, manicuring, ec. Mrs. gradually decreased during March Edith Fornia, Hake office build- and is now little more than sea- ing, Arlington; Phone 1473. ' sonal, according to a monthly sur- GOING TO BUILD? SPECIFY MASSAR LUMBER For the utmost in durability and longevity specify Massar Lumber. Finest products of the best ]mn'ber mills are assenlbled in our yards. You can't go wrong in in- sisting upon Massar Lumber. Massar Lumber Co. Successor to Clear Lake Lumber Co. ARLINGTON, Phone 481 WASHINGTON THIS WEEK ! S CROSS-WORD PUZZLE NO, 23 The ffrs letter of each word is indicated bya number placed n the blank white spa,ce, and by referring .to th,e list of words given below..you will find the def.i'nition. For in, stance, num'ber one horizontal gives the def- inition of a word whch wll fi.ll in all the whibe spaces to the irst black space at the rig'ht. Number one vePcat .gives the deftn:ition for a word 39. What the office boy seldom does to his salary. 40. How many of a kind in a pinocte deck? 41. What the stunt flier loops. 42. What grandpa can't do. !44. What the chorus girl draws which will fill i all tim wite spaces to he first ,black below. The black most of her salary for. spaces indica'te .*:tie end of a word, and no letter is placed d'n them. When 46. It's usually shady. comI)leted, tim puzzle mu,st read both horizon:tally .a'nd vertically or across 47. What Pa does when Ma yells and down. at him. 3 i ]6 HORIZONTAL I. Andy Gump was one before 64. he entered college. 5. What they used:o lash sail- ors to during a storm 65. 9. Simplified s:pelling for the god of the Mohammedans. 2. 11. What you have in: the back of 3. your coat. 13. What the t. b. m. said when 4. the curtain went up at the Follies. ' 5. 15. What every agriculturist has --not a Ford. 17. Brassieres for men. 6. 18. Conjunction signifying a choice. 7 19. What you can  over in a barrel if you nt to. 23. Noah had one, bu:t itwas spell- 8. ed differently.  24. The waY.you [it w] e your mother-in-law can't come toll0. visit you. 26. Yes, we have no B in our be- 11. nana today. -- I 27. Congressmen and politicians have a plentifulisupply of it. 12. 28. Plenty of politie!gns find them selves up one Since election. 14. 30.. Principal charm in the joke about the ,ede." 16 31. He received itcase full of money. 32. Later 34. CompR 42. 47. 48. vey bj" 4L employment service headquarters here today. The fir lumber industry continues to op- 50. crate below normal capacity, the survey-shows, and demands for 52. men are comingchiefly from ag- ricultural, m{nifig and construc. 53. tion sources. The usual spring cutting of 55. lumber stocks in the pine dis- tricts East of the Cascades is under way, it is reported, but 56. order files there are light and "planing departments are operat- ing far below normal capacity. 57. There are plenty of loggers and 158. sawmill workers in the pinel country to supply present de-t60. mends. Current empl0ymmlt con- ditions is various northwestern 61. cities are reported from 4L offices as follows: ] 62. SIMPLE MIXTURE MAKES STOMACH FEEL FINE Simple buckth0rn bark, meg-. nesium sulph, c..p. glycerine, etc., as mixed in Adlerika, helps stom- ach trouble in ten minutes by removing gas. Brings out a sur- prising amount of old waste mat- ter you never thought was in your system. Stops that full, bloated feeling and makes you happy and cheerful Excellent for chronic constipation. Adlerika works quick and delightfully easy. ARLINGTON DRUG CO. I I I I t--7 5o i gF"  mL-. Hearts stole from the Queen. A kind of fish which the peo- ple of Los Angeles won't eat on July 3rd. Sidon's sister city. VERTICAL Egyptian sungod. A sprite--not the kind the soap is named for. Wh,at you lay out and seldom follow. Land formation found in the country Zane Grey writes about. A regular attendant at all picnics. Abbreviation for what goes by the front of the house not the cop. What you do with a strap in a street ear--if you're lucky enough to get one. Something a grand opera star sings. A girl's home--not Cinder- ella. What most towns put up when the boys come home--not the drinks. What the cop dared the bur- gular to do. What the English gentry try to keep up. i 7. Wh.at you see on the tops of o ,t - pubIic bUildingsnot flags. 18. The kind of an examination September ( !20. A kind of rubber. 7. Nothing.filh once. 22. Grandpa courted one. 38. The guy tht you 23. What France was to us dur- in 30 days." ' ing the war. 40. To praise hil 42. What you fin din your sock---i 25" Neglect of an obligation. not Chris.tmas p,resents. 127" The hot air from the recent 43. What Mrs. Babe called Mr. politic.al speeches would have filled 9783 of 'era. Babe when the 40 thieves i29. A magazine for musicians were 'asleeo. What you find in your sock not Snappy ,Stories. What a shiek lives in.  31. What a butterfly does in the 48. It's a gift. 49. Everyone's horse has one. 51. An inert gaseous element I found in the atmospherenot hot air. 53. What fsh do when they're out of water. 54. Ku Kluckers can eat it on Friday. 57. Most rowboats have one or more. 59. How the 18th amendment was supposed to make this country. t 61. An abbreviation for a state named after a French King-- not Minne-soh-tah. 63. Initials of.a Progressivenot LaFollette. ORDER FIXING TIME AND PLACE OF HEARING OF FIN- AL REPORT AND PEPITION FOR DISTRIBUTION IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF The State of Washington, for Snohomish County. hereby fixed as the time and place of hearing said final report and petition for distribution; and IT IS FURTHER ORDERED g _ be copies OR, E, A, SCHMOKER Specialist in Deasese of Breeding Animals, is visiting this territory once a month. For particulars please write to my address at Monroe, W,ash. For reference in- quire at Valley Gem Farms. OWEN PARKER JEWELER Watches, Clocks, Silverware 727 Railroad Ave. E, R, MANLY, OPTOMETRIST 3rd st., Opposite Post Office New Quarters, New Equipment BETTER SERVISE Phone 51 Hours 9 a. m. to 5 p. m. m. 0lB. Meets second and fourth Monday of each month at A. O. U. W. hall. In the Matter of the Estate of lFRANK HOLLIS, V. C. Maud A. Letson, Deceased. I_ H.F. KLAAS, Clerk. William G. Letson, executor of 1 the last will and testament of t DR. E. E. MOSE Maud A. Letson, deceased, hav-I nhrZS ing filed herein his final report! Office over State Bank. Phone 't t z of his administration of said I Arlington, - - Washington estate, together with his petition l for distribution, in which the I DR. L. S. BATDORF Court is asked to find that all DENTIST debts of said estate have been Office in Riley Bldg, paid and to distribute the residue] Hours 9 a. m. to 6 p. m. of said estate to said William G. Evenings by appointment Letson as sole beneficiary and l Telephone 653 legatee ; Arlington, Washington the 4th day of May, 1925, at the hour of 9:30 o'clock a, m. in the * " *" * Courtroom of Department No. 2[ .Flrllngl0n E0dg rlo. 127 of the above entitled Court, in the Meets every Tuesday night at County Court House in the City Lg'cl0ck. Visiting Odd Fellows al- of Everet, Snohomish County,] ways welcome. Washington, be and the same are FRANK WIBERG, N. G. C. L. Marsh, Sec. A. J. uttles, FS. A. M. WENDELL Lawyer and Notary onnectzon weeks in the Arlington Times. Dated March 27, 1925. RALPH C. BELL, Judge. Date of first pub., April 2 1925 Date of "last pub., April 16 1925 G. W. Hinman, attorney for executor, Arlington, Wash. PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER Inventor Of a shorthand sys-i park. tem. 33. The hen cackles about it. Estella Haskins Pringle Twelve hours;: before mid- 35. Carters make 'em but not (Anderson & Haskins Office) night ':" the liver pills. Phones A third of Kliag'sdefini =]38" Mah's last n.ame. Res. 724 Office 1231 tions of a "la air."  ' ', ' '" Cleopatra's Sec0)hd handmaid- en's apron wad':made of it  ARCHIi= McINTOSIi ]l He mde theraven famous, not connected with RedRe;cen |lacksmithing, 0xy-Acetylene Welding and Brazing IIll Splits--adv.' i. ' ..... " r ............... If yo;u .didn't betel8 horizon- and Spring Wok II tel its no useteHyouthis Zoggi "q ad M::sTBclL7 k mith" -- " I[" one, for they'r identical. Idiots. . ': :- , n s ing The way you wear that blue necktie. ; ' : PRICES REASONABL -- ,; SS WORKMANSHIP l! WhatWhatDempseY'theFirp M0hicianstildd-/' to StolegiVe Rear Arlington State Bank Phone 1661 :ill  ,, , ,  from the sh0emaker. "  One of what the Jack of iilI,s I C IR IA IP/ E [CILIA .Ti$i  Lll IAIiAIMI LUAIL!LI[ DO IEISIT I C'L F I 0 N , ,00AITI00IoINI [] 00IAID1D [] HI IAINI sill00t00l tll 00ITMOINIS 1 S n:ea' ' and 'd .,.., ::(. .. It's all right to pay more to get qualitybut what's the use when you get it in Star Brand Shoes. Bank that other dollar. ARLINGTON SHOE SHOP \\; I I [ M, NELSON JEWELER Carries Arlington's Best Line of WATCHES, CLOCKS, SILVERWARE, CUT GLASS AND JEWELRY OF ALL KINDS Beautiful Line of Gift ArNcles Expert Watch Repairing Alprosen Lodge of Vasa Orden Meets First and Third Saturday of Each Month A. O. U. W. HALL, A. E. LAUREN, Financier W. F. OLIVER, M. D:, Phyelclan and Surgeon Ofice oer ArlIngon Drug Co. O. W. HINMAN LAWYER NOTARY  BONDS  INSURANCE OFFICES: Altngton State Bank Bldg, Phone 1 6 ARLINGTON, - - WASH. A.O.U.W. 2nd and 4th Saturday of each month. , All members and visiting Workmen invited to attend. LUTHER ORR, M. W, C. J. Murphy, Rec. W, H. Fowler. Fin. GILBERT ANDERSON Real Estate and Insurance We specialize in Farms Jones Building, 519 R. R. Ave Phone 1231 David Redeen Merchant00Iailor We Do Cleaning and Pressing PHONE 1573 A H. CLAUDE L: GLADSON D. C., PH. C. Chiropractor Palmer School Graduate Hours 10 a. m. to 5:30 p. m. Evenings by Appointmen Office Over United Variety Store Phone 691 Arlington " L. zoz00zs Attorney-at-Lav--N eta ry Public ARLINGTON, WAEL G. W. COOK Lawyer 321 Stokes Bldg. Everett, Wsh,