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I New Spring Coats ARLINGTON TIMES, T HURSDAY, APRIL i i| i garding this subject write to the County .Agent's office for Exten- sion Bulletin No. 112. .42RNOLD Z. SMITH, County Agent. TREATMENT OF SEED POTATOES ADVISED Snohomish County farmers planning on putting in either a few potatoes or a field for com- mercial purposes, should be sure to take all necessary care in plant- ing seed as free from any disease as possible. There are several dis- eases to be avoided, Scab, Mosiac, Blight, Rhizoctonia and others. Mosiac and allied diseases can best be handled from securing seed from fields which were known to have been free from the disease last year. Scab can be avoided, to some extent, by plant- ling the crop on ground which ========================= I I Wherein a Free Expression of t Opinion Is Invited J HORNY-HANDED ONES00 AS MR, JENNER SEES IT To the Editor of The Arlington 2, 1925. I Laura Loree, Lily Carlson and Phyllis Mostrom. There will be no Methodist Episcopal Ladies' Aid society meeting in April. The May hostess will be announced later The P. T. A. will meet April 3, at the schoolhouse. Mrs. J. H. Leach's expression class will give the program in the form of a contest. Mrs. E. Y. Scott was hostess to 30 friends at her home Wednesday afternoon. After a social hour ice cream, cake and coffee were serv- ed by the hostess, assisted by Mrs. C. W. Ross, Mrs. Otto Bjorn and Mrs. B. C. Scott. Hans Holland, Otto and Olauf Bjorn left the first of the week to sail for Alaska. Prof. J. H. Leach's citizenship has nt been in ptates t f" Times: I read with great interest class' which he has been hlding The VerdCedar Co ten before, Scab is a disease, the your editorial anent the horny- for .several weeks, presented him in bright shades of Nasturtium, germs of which live in the soil, handed ones It was a work of an electric waffle iron recently thus if the same ground is plant- art had your premises been cor- Lee Baunsgard who is attend- Cranberry and mode, fur tram " - 1 ed to potatoes three or four years rect ing the University of Washington meal .... )/J PT Q ]_ [ in succession, one is very apt to But I was out in those is s ." . . MANUFACTURERS jungles yesterday and saw those .. pendmg the sprmg acation |l v)./, t.., ][be bothered very much with this same horny-handed ones in ac- g2, nsd :ly r' Pezer aun.s-II Number One Common kumberinto i Plain camel or Polo cloth Coats, [ ds;s. Ooetsh2d alcS:lbbye ::er. tion, and believe me, the $200 you Mrs B A Battenfield who has I] An Pattern You May Want . . . are donating is but a drop of wa- " ." ." ' . Y m Tan, at ......... .]Q r7 5 fl Rhlzoctoma and scab may be ter in the bucket beside the ....... been quite ill at her home, ts re- |l .................. i    ...... "''*" 1 controlled by seed treatment with nese ...... men are,ooing DuimingWUrKa nrted much imnroved in health. II . ix% zx, zx,,. . xu ann. zxz or ougn i (,v t: Dresses a-- I00l/corrosive sublimate In preparing straight, even graded road 40 Mrs. H H. Anderson, daughter II Shplap, Drop-Sdmg, Sheehog, lloormg, Boards and' _1 _ to _1 . "[ the seed, (1) Wash the tubers as feet wide headed for your town Eunice of Milltown and Miss |[ Planks all widths and lengths. Timbers all sizes up to 50 i .. .v.v j free from dirt as possible; and 1"he big fir stumps were so thick Phyllis Mostrom of East Stun- |l feet in length; Fencing and Ditching Lumber; Cedar tl (2) Keep damp by covering with I don't see hw they e,=, ..... mua- wood ........ were week-end guests, of zlll r u .... ut.D"+ " " ''"^" --'''"' LIPS /heavy quilts or sacks for 24 to 48 it through. Boys, they are HOME virs. Anarew. marun. x -xe.x  '1 hours. This starts the growth of BUILDERS and community build- Mrs. Bma Anderson and sons, [I [::--,r  11 F::C -ffi " *' t Pleated flounce and plain 18-inch hems, Nasturtium, 00/disease germs, making treatment ers If ou )nl had Oscar, Norman and Arthur, were ll lILl l[ b | lJ U| kO Y Y enough of II Cranberry, Gray, Tan, Navy, Brown and Paste] ,! more effective, them the-woul ..... entertained at the home of Mr. , y u make a reaer . - ,  m, rr,- r r, ft  ! In treating small lots of pota- ^++^ and Mrs. Andrew Marts Monday _, ................ .., slaoes *NZ.) +ZO t,et)U )]toes, dissolve 4 ounces of Co rro: ..... s'"" .. :. ....... evening, March 24. a ........ -," _lsive umimae in one quar o z:a j. ,. The young men's class and _ - - - - - l! i . +:'i.: young girls' class of the Metho- [] ASK YOUR OCER FOR t Printed Crepe deChine Scarfs with -- (- I :jrrYheh:twaW:tce:oclnoraglda:s p:i'  I1: l| il:::=el[ dist Sunday School were enter- [] - I, . l)J*u-  " ml UI UI lll(OkOlIUll tained at the home of Mr. and [] '[]-|  . Ir'" m-- t frmge ends ........................... zl Pour this into the treating vat or .... ......... " n f Afl barrel and add enough cold wa- z anr/i a-.=a,= ing. Mrs. Hild is the teacher of 1 r r Il N. . ! l&) on carls, in la]n snaoes an( cOmDlnano u @ .......... 1 {+ * * P --+ er o make au ganons oz session _lAfllilJl_,. -..-,,-,,A//I'NIII'II Mrs. Chauncey HildclassMOndaYand even- [] ............ _ colors am e,o a e9 if Immerse the potatoes in the so- the young girls' the par- [] ELECTRICALLY BAKED BREAD [] at ........... ". EJI_.J O.tJHU ([.J.t)l ] lution either loose or in wooden ., " ty was in honor of her birthday l, _ - .... oout wo :hundred delegates anniversary. Games were enjoyed , 1 crates (Do not use burlap sacks.) and members  attended the dis- until a late hour when refresh- I f^_ o_ Francisco a which lace  .,+i  -- Rayon Silk Vest and Bloomers. in Peach, Pink and Or- /Soak the first lot lZ/2 hours; the trict convention of the A 0 U ments wer r .,^.. I u , ,   , ......... ed Mr. and Mrs. Scho-  : : r^+ " ff*'t _/% '9[ second lot 1% hours; the third . e se ved by the he .... t 1 heel ' " " W., held here last Saturday, Grand Mr and Mrs J Harvey Leach Ishe will enter a secretaria sc I vzhe. T - tl..# i./lot 2 hours; the fourth lot 2 M ........ a ................................... j hours, then discard solution It is aster J. B. F0garty presiding. Miss Agnes Anderson, Miss Laura 1 Mr. and Mrs. Richard Martin Mr. and Mrs. Joe 'Reynolds, who Bloomers . 1 i[' .l convenient to use two barrels (40 In the afternoon Mr. Fogarty Lore? and Mr Paul. Rule were l entertained a few'friends Satur-lhave been spending the winter in gave an aaaress followed b a guests oI zne usmess Men's - .., tll..J '150 gallons) and place.them on.a +.. Y I day evening. Five hundred and|Seattle and Portland, came Sat- good fellowsh period Droner Club of the Congregatmnal  i e were en o e . a .................. .................. [ p'latform about 1 foo zrom zne - !1 ) " ' " Cr'bbag j y d until a lurday for an indefinite stay with xr V "" ....  Puzses   to rr,r ,ct ,ground Bore holes at the bottom was ierved in the evening, fol- Church at their banquet Wednes- late hour when lunch was served lrelat'ives here. _ uw. amy oxes au , ..Nj.UHU t= t. m tO[J.J)a:a- .. .t_]t I',,,,, , of the 'barrels and cork them up. lowe .by a sssion at 7 o'clock day evening at Arlington. ! to the following: Mr. and Mrs. I Will Powell went to Mt Vernon in the oblong styles v ' .... lWhen the potatoes in the first wnen'two carMidates were initi- Misses Agnes Anderson, OlgalGilbert Anderson, of Arlington, lSunday to visit with his father -+ + , ......... ' ....... -- cuffs in l barrel have soaked the required ated nd the ritualistic work dem- Johnson, Esther Martin, Mr. and [ Mr. and Mrs. John" Iverson, Mr. I and sister, returning Sunday _ Kavser, s wnamolsee ioves, rencn urn ua .... :' '.'t ime" (raw" ozz .... ne solution and onstra'ced in a contest, the cup Mrs. Andrew Martin, son, Carl, land Mrs. Will Powell, Mrs. Bina I night ' hOo+ o o on .001.25 00_l,our over the potatoes in the being !won by Progress lodge No Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Leach and Mr. Anderson, Edith Powell Ruth An-I Mrs Emma F. Emerson accom- $ a pair .............................. " l second barrel. Dry the treated 50 of Stanwood. and Mrs. Art Robinson and son, I derson and Mr. Fred Peterson, ] punted Wil Powell to Everett ............ .v,--- )I tubers at once in diffused light, An open meeting was held at Stanley, were .among those , who I Mr. and Mrs. Martin. I Wednesday. She will visit in Pine- 8 30 when the following re ram wen trom haewood to azeno HOLEPROOF SILK TUUAAA9 I , but never in direct sunlight. Dif- : " - ' " P g ......... I Mr. and Mrs. John Iverson mo-/hurst a few days before returning r ne senior pay a arimgon rl p epared by Mrs Lola Ferrell 1 hts Sunda / Pure Silk with lisle tops, in Tan, Beige, Peach, Gun-t ferent equipment may be arrang- . + . " "'[tored to Verda He'g y to her home here. ' $I.50e ed for treating larger lots n ietal and Airedale ,u.L  ,A[ Crrsive" Sublimate is a deadly" ' '; : Mr " ,t leQ_ ..I was rendered: ay evening. I - 'l .......  Song" . :..Mlss Viva Ferrell mined at dinner Thursday even-[  _= - par ........................ [ pmson when taken internally but Pmno solo, Pixies Goodnight , ._ and Mrs. C. C Hzld enter-/ E b  j it does not injure the skin. Do not Vocal s01 ' ing. Covers were laid for the fol- /  -_- .  ........ - ,,  .  ..... _ use treated tubers for food a-"I Kn'tl -'**'^ : .... lowing: Mr. and Mrs. J Harvey! *- T, ,.[" .t or further lnzormation re- ) LOuK inu . Anderson an ...... + - = .   ,It, IUSI$ '  . . ,, ........ ...+ +. m_ ......... 00he+n 00+00ass around - +am ,+_am+ ....... +ore+ "' ' ' MI ' "', " ""+!i'+"+;" ;" i"[;'+' + J . -- ..... Miss Laura Loree was a week-! = ..... _ Z , +"_, _ _ _+ = I FOR SALE--14-inch double bet- iul :.Arthur &cton end guest of her parents in Bell-J _-- these + h'00ht = .' 1 tom Fordson tractor plow. An- Voca:l' 0e+Oe"  ingham. - 1 - , +' ? --' /+ 'Jr', -  -  "'-'- ... derson Bros, R 1, Mar sville"  tI . . y , Mfs:Laura B-Pen. [ Mr. and Mrs Andrew Martin[ -- OTO(Vf--Crl[a 0 I'11, -- g [_i phone 8R22. Violin soi. motored to Bellingham Saturday  _ _1 _ .  _ --- "Berceuse"" and were guests of Mr. and Mrs. I -- : a[; a o 0 = . "The Dream" Ernie Sjolanders for the day. = ,  ,.I = Mrs. victor Hugo, accompanied Saturday night and Sunday-they I - as| (]a{ q)r --- by Mrs. Charles Hill spent with Mr. and Mrs. N. An-I -- -- = Vocal solo, Selected Dr Batdorf derson. Miss Laura Loree return-I - V -- - accompanied by Mrs" Hill ed to Lakewood with Mr. and Mrs. I =     - Solo dance,-"The Glowworm'; Martin Sunday evening, l -  --- Miss LucyAnn Wendell, accom- Miss Agnes Anderson spent-thet E l  l'[m jll ll panied by Mrs Hill. with obli-week-end with her parents in[  " P', V = gates by Miss Dorothy Poill Milltown.   -.m--    =- vocal, a'n Mrs. Hugo, violin ' Oscar Anderson left for Seattle i - /mHl  -- , ---TO---- S il Address ;,::rand Master Fogav Thursday. He will sail for Cor - m- m,l " "- = . Remarks: r. Heimer, grand re'- dova, Alaska, Saturday for the! -  " ---_ corder, of, Seattle summer, where he will be employ-I -- ' Drill by theA. O.'U. W. ladies' ed on a fishing vessel, l -  m /    drill tea of Evergreen lod Richard Martin entertained at - I I  I 1 I -- .... - Fr" -- = No 2 of'Seattle Gus Bar - ca  luncheon zday afternoon, Mrs. t = ............. __+..+..._+._+:. rain. ':' "' "'[Gulhaugen of Silvana an.d Mrs] -_-_. NH I IU ll = FLOUR li00ll + ' 'Corn Flakes or Post "11 '... wasenjY+'thesevenuieceA Mrs" Chauncey Hild had as'- + 'rll'll-- = BREAKFAST FOODS After. the . Program, dancing [John Thompson. [ U   = I  - O. U. W. orchestra furnishin+ the luncheon guests Monday after- [ _ = music.+ + + L noon: Mrs. Joe Reynolds, Mrs. I . Bl) -= I O C Next Meethlg at LaColler John Iverson and Mrs. Will Pow- =- ,ram,,. --.,,r .-- - II+ Toasttes," (ur Big K Flour needs III THIS WEE[ ,,,++ ......... The ne district meeting, will 'ell" 'The guests called to remember,  L.- II Jr lll |II I _- "n T = hredded Wheat +: ..... = be held t LaConn Mrs Hdd on her birthday anm , no further mtroducho rylIICane S:":r"'--,.'- l[[ 35c  er. Officers[ "/ [ lLUml -- a sack on our guarantee, i1[ t;ae ugr $6,69 II [ 3 for ; .......... elected fojthe ensuing year are" [ versary. , _- =  K ..... II Fer ck.. ,v.v, II |[{ellogg s All Bran A  President;;Earl Valentine. of Lal Miss Mildred Powell went to - -'-- lg x uar(lwnea-- ' : - - . illSeedless Raisins, 25 Lb. H| 2 for 't Conner; first vice-nresiden H ISeattle ,Saturday from which [ _-- ......... _ = tel" 00l#t ]Q00H box 1 llEel]ogg's Bran 6")1"]11, Watkins, of.++ Mt. Vernon ;" second place, she will embark on the] "_ you'll be glad to axlmit time _- Barrel .... pLV.A 11 for ...... *I)JL.O 1.1| Flakes" 3 fr :I vice-president, E, M Adams ,lsteamship Ruth Alexander, bound! --- ....... ,I,, eL,,, ,,4 +,J+,tlr - III'II P" o+;;'--  ...... III ' .... Mr. Vernon; third vlce-presilent,  I  "++ ....  "'" ?"++7 .... ..q ----'" Per {9 ( P" & G. perysaWii_or Crystal White Kellogg"s "Pep" t 6")I- Arthur At+on,. of Stanwood; sec- I  I -. :you mae oreaa caes, -=- Sae]( ...... tt4d.Jt/ 3 for ........... /']:t) retary, H= Cobb, of LaConner; [  ]  ,,,,, ..... 'il q,,/ ]P/./-/F.R'. --- guloe, rs,. oa Ferrell of Arl-/ f'J] ..,.  I  ,,',. ,':,.,n _,, .... ./ - - -_ - [[I |ellogg's Krum'bles 9 + ington; inki+ watch, Mrs. Arthur [ I " -I ] - L,I eqlla,,y u, = +.. ')| 2for .." .... +.. g.aeSl Acton.LA m "  OD "f S I' B 'I i f r SY RU P AHO JAM +'+:--'- ...... :--'- ....... +Alber's,, ' ' Minit 5. 0 ." K=+-_ _ / r'rtlllT | Oats ; 2 for .... ,/-,, 0 Skaggs Pure Cane and| IHII|| |Mother's Oats; per / EM ti II o Maple Syrup 1 uumvm. ! Package ....... "JJ" Mr. 'and::Mrs. Jessie McKenzie/ ] I J  e er' " i - Farina; 9 lb. ']t 10 Lbs. QFresh Strawberries . | Ba |7 entertained at dinner for Miss/ I i: I I  " == for tlX*O*)' / 31t)! _,,,+ ...... Marguerite Boyer of Bellingham, I I 10000rl00ose =-_ . .... per box ....... -'---'----- who is ill+Jr house guest, Wed-ll II --" 5 MISCELLANEOUS - nesday evening, March 25, the tl " I, = = +o; 97 C Bananas t')]i  Mfsses Alcn+s Anderson and Laura ] I  ! | -- --_ ............. + 3 Lbs 711.5 +Dates; 2 lbs ......... 25c oree aim being present. / I J! I ! =  ; -+ 53c00 ........ "' heese, per Ib ........ 25o Everett,.wdl gwean evening,s en./ ] ml ] I -- =: for ............. |New Beets, Oarrots and M+acaroni or Spaghetti; 5 For the+pleasure of her son, Os-I I ,I +- J I / =-  ! + Skookum Jam (all flavors)[Turnips; 1o I__ Lbs" for ,:( .......... 43c  .... Per Bunch - )Noooies; z Jos Oc Large ............... "n $1.191 ...... , ICocoa; 3 lbs ........ ..25c wa .......... resn nubarD "2._" g* /Coconut Lb 29c 3Lb  "--# ; ........... Medium #'], " .......... Bulk Cider Vinegar; per "- |0"" ';"'- ............. "" " .... 2 cans for ...... + + gallon .............. 10 p. |Morrel s ride Easter Hams, Bulk Malt Syrup; 5 lbs. 70c Paul's Jam, all 25C | Per 29c00 Bring )-our container. .... +Wheat-a-Laxa ' :-=__ W *p 0 H HEALTH BREAD--A BOON FROM TIt FIELDS III P I -=- e Mall or Shl rders I00Jil" " :t' ----= !1 " 1 + . - ..