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C/ THE ARLINGTON TIMES, T HDAY, MAY 14, 1925. tl i ]i i FOR SALE FOR SALE--10 good milch cows, fresh and coming fresh. F. W. Ball, the old Kurtz place, on Darrington road, 3'/, miles from Arlington. PIGS--Hampshire pigs for May delivery; )reeders $15 for one, $25 for two, $35 for pen of three. Order now; a few for ,immedi- ate delivery; also few pork pigs price depending on size. Valley Gem Farms Phone Grewe, 172, or Wrage, 174. FOR SALE 10 head of cows from 2 to 8 years old. Pick out what you want. W. D. Webster, 21/2 miles east of Bryant, good road. Address: Arlington R. 4. FOR SALE Reed baby buggy, large, reversable top, in good condition. Reasonably ,priced. Mrs. Emma Engerseth, Haller Ave., Arlington. ACCLIMATED Tomato plants for sale; stocky with good roots. The kind which grows ripe to- matoes. Plant early in June w'hen soil is warm for best re- sults. I. A. Van Zandt, phone 23R2. FOR SALE--A few young cows; fresh, good milkers. Peder O. Rodway, R. 1; ,phone 16F31. WASHINGTON BULBS To ad- vertise our product and encour- age early ordering, we will ac- cept a limited quantity of ord- ers for a collection of 50 large Tulip bulbs consisting of Early, Late and Darwin varieties for only $1.25 cash with order. Val- lentgoed & Murray Bulb Co.. Bellingham, Wash. FOR SALE Good team of mules, will sell reasonably, or trade for cows. Earl Day, R. 3, box 1; phone 1012. FOR SALE Young canaries from imported stoc: Mrs. L. Chalu- pa, R. 4; phone 20F35. $660 will buy eleven acres of ex- cellent bottom land on good road; suitable for chicken ranch. Anderson & Haskins. FOR SALE--Pmebred Jersey Bull, 15 months old, sired by grand champion bull, of heavy for sale; good stock Nels Bru- seth, R. 4. Lower Pilchuck. PIGS Purebred Berkshire Piws for sale, 6-weeks-old; $6 for I porkers and $15 forbreeding. Call phone 34R2, or tall at L R. Palmer farm, R. 2. 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. USED FORD TOURING CAR for trade in exchange for pony .and buggy. Address R. McGladry, Edgecomb. WANTED 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'Connor, R. 3, Arlington. WANTED Veal and Poultry. 1 'SEVERAL good homes for rent; one 6-room modern, furnished. Anderson & Haskins. DEATH OF LEE ROGERS Leonidas Rogers. who died at the Veterans' Home at Ritsil April 24, 1925, was born in Geiena, Illinois, October 22. 1838. On Jan- uary 2, 1864, he enlisted in Com- pany A, 1st Regiment Nebraska, Cavalry, and was discharged with l the rank of corporal November 1, I 1865. He went to Utah in 1867 as l a government teamster and he is[ in the photograph of the driving of the golden spike that finished the Central & Union Pacific rail- roads. He returned to Nebraska ]to see his mother and came to Washington Territory and proved up on a homestead at Cathcart, Snohomish county. He went to Stanwood as a boss logger and in 1885 started a cam.p on the William Douglas claim on the ]South Fork of the Stillaguamish, and also logging on the land of Carl Pearson, Carl Knutson. Chas. Can handle any quantity at all Peel, Joe DeLay, Jas. Laughlin, times. Spot cash and Seatltle Thos. Jefferson, Jim Gardner, Bob market prices assured. Write to I Harvey and others, including his own homestead. In the fall of M. L. Brown, Box 232, Arling'l1889 he and A1. Densmore built ton. Wash. Will call. 'the first hotel, named the White HEMSTITCHING, S t a m p i n g,[ HouSe. between Florence and We- stamped goods, buttons and natchee on the point between the dressmaking done, reasonably, forks of the Stillaguamish river. Mail orders given prompt at- tention. Mrs. L. Bertilson, 710! R. R. Ave. f FORNIA'S BEAUTY SHOP --, Scientific treatments of the scalp and skin; paper curling, marcelling, water-waving, sham- pooing, manicuring, etc. Mrs. Edith Fornia, Hake office build- ing, Arlington; Phone 1473. BEES WANTED What have you? Address W. H. Smart, Arlington. WANTED--to buy good one-horse wagon. Call phone 37R4. FOR RENT ' FOR RENT 5-room modern house, on corner of Third and Lenore. Call Phone 12F24. WANTED--5 cars peeled round cedar posts, five-inch top: lars. ,. Co., 425 Central Bldg., Seattle. FOR SALE Horse weighing FOR RENT Five acres of land about 1700 lbs., work single or double. H. A. Miller, Ebey ,partly improved; four-room ..... house, barn and chicken house Camp. ' 1 only $7.00 per month. Frank THREE yearling heifer calves Carlson, R. 1, Arlington, |H .... -- .......  " ' lithe Verd Cedar II MANUFACTURERS Number One Common Lumber into Any Pattern You May Want 2x4, 9.x6, 2x8, lxl0 and 2x12 $4S or Rough Shiplap, Drop-Siding, Sheeting, Flooring, Boards and: 1 The hotel management operated a ferry across the South Fork free to travelers as well as guests. The next year it was replaced by a wire footbridge, On March 15, 1890, Leonidas CHAUTAUQUA Rogers and Miss Ge0rgi B. And, The Cadmaen Ct erson were married by F. B, Davis, ! which has been , justice of the peace. Arlington, series of suggested that folk::'voie earl, and then inspect te:'fine new building which belo to all of US. nounces their Arli June 23 to Chautauq day and conclude ing, and have lived upon their South Fork homestead for thirty-five years. Thirteen children were born to the Rogers family, eight of whom are surviving. Lewis, a Volunteer in the Canadian army, was killed at Vimy Ridge. Leon- idas Rogers spent abou eight years in Alaska at Cathedral, Dawson and Iditarod. In 1922 he went to the Veteran Home at Rit- sil and passed away on A,pril 24, 1925. The funeral services were conducted by the Grand Army Post of l.}) Vet.ran H)me by IEdna, visited Post Commander Finley. Twenty- five veterans of the Home and Mrs. era, of Mr: and at B4Tant Mrs. C. Trot ing were : OPEN HOUSE AT NEW an, , Ole Maurstad, Gilbert, H. A. CITY HALL MAY 19, 00r00oo, Trygve 'tha Maurstad, By consent of the city council, Ola Nordby, Mayor Verd has arranged for a Mr. and Mrs public inspection of the new Mu- bert and Magnus' nicipal Building during the 'af- the circus at Ar ternoon and evening of Tuesday, Mr and Mrs ] May 19th. The Arlington band Seattie visited at has been engaged for the occa- and Mrs. Lewis sion and will give a concert from Mr. and Mrs. 7:30 to 9:30. i Sunday visitors As the above is the date of the home. sewer extension election it is H.A. Nordby an For th, Days of Sui  which Spring is bringii r' L.,_ ant those pretty shoi "$tr Brand Shoe' a, e n,,,. -"iUvour new Sl)nng gow] your sizeARLINGTON . SHO.Ein many lines and the prices are very ARCHIE (500(1 b'C OU.l:, ordby, A1- 1 Traulson of of Mr. risen Sunday. ! Rued were he A. Espe LAlbert Nord- hine , " us, you 11 to match ,; We have |lacksmithing, 0xy-Acetylene Welding and Brazing and Spring Work by attended the school meeting at the Bryant school house Monday evening. The basket social to be given at the L@al Heights school house, May 16, ha_s been postponed until Saturday, M'ay 23, Misses Bergliot, Minnie and Ruth Tronson helped Annie Thompson celebrate her birthday Sunday, May 10th. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. L. Han- son, of this place, April 27, a ba- by girl. IN MEMORIAM t Whereas, God, in His infinite wisdom and loving kindness h'ath taken unto Himself our beloved sister, Alice Haskins, the radi ance of our star has been dimmod, but the heavenly circle shines star He hath from us. are n,ot dead who live in d Lerish the memor our who was always faithful and true, that in her death our order has sustained the loss of a ,pure and noble woman and our chapter a I true and affectionate friend. i -Resolved: That we, the mem- bers of Fidelity Chapter, No, 78, O. E. S., extend to the bereaved husband and loved ones our heart- felt sympathy in this, their hour of sorrow. Resolved: That these resolu- tions be spread upon our records, a copy be sent to the family and published in The Arlington Times. BERNICE S. FIELD. E. CLAIRE PALMER, tlement thereof praying that this estate be settled and Final Ac- count approved. And that the same be distri- buted under and by direction of the Court; and the Court u,pon full hearing in the premises has fixed the date of the hearing up- on sai4 Final Account of the administrator and upon said pet- ition for distribution of said es- tate as prayed for in said ,peti- tion on the 15th day of June, 1925, said hearing to be had at 9:30 o'clock a. m., of said date at the Courthouse in the City of Ever- ett, Snohomish Count-y, Washing- ton, Department No. 2 of the Superior Court; and the settle-] ment of said Final Account and the Distribution of said estate l will come up for hearing at said t place and in time or as soon thereafter as counsel can be heard and any person interested in said estate may alpear and show cause if any they have why said account should not be settled and why a distribution of said estate should not be granted. FRANK A. TURNER, Clerk of the Court. L. N. Jones, Administrtor, Ar- lington, Washington. Date of firs pub., May 14, 1925. Date of last pub., June 11, 1925, NOTICE TO CREDITORS No. 6813 IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF The Ste of Washington, in And for the County of Snoho- mish, In the Matter of the Estate of Parminter Levering Wallis, de- ceased. Notice is hereby given by the undersigned, executor of the above entitled estate to he cred- itors and all persons having claims against the said estate, tel exhibit them with the necessaryl ouchers within six (6) months 1 after the 7th day of May, 1925,t to the undersigned eydecutor at] the law office of L. N. Jones, at t I Arlington, Washington, the same being the place of transaction of business for said estate; and if claims are not presented within six (6) months from said date l they will be forever barred. Dated at Arlington, Washing- ton, this 7th day of May, 1925. WIL'LIAM FERGUSON WALLIS, -"   : Executor. L. N. Jones, attorney for estate, Date of first pub. May 7, 1 Date of last pub. May 28,J925. MADE TO MATCH YOUR COMPLEXION NOTICE Some one of the several tints May 9, 1925. of Cara Nome Face Powder If the,person who mailed me the will blend with your com, plex- letter signed "Stockholder" will please send me his name and written charges I will call a Di- rectors meeting for him to appear - " " r before wth same; otherwme fo - ever hold your peace. GEe. A. KING, President Arlington Co-Opera- tive Association. NOTICE OF HEARING UPON THE PETITION FOR FINAL SETTLEMENT AND DISTRI- BUTION. No. 6253 IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF The State of Washington, in And for the County of Snaho- ion perfectly. And the powder adheres beautifully. These, however, are only two of Cars Nome's many virtues. The odor of Cars Nome is en- trancingthe box in which it is packaged, a delight to the eye. Cra Nome Face Powder $2.00 ARLINGTON DRUG CO. Planks all widths and lengths. Timbers all sizes up to 50 feet in length; Fencing and Ditching Lumber; Cedar Fence Posts. Phone 2 1 1=3 or 232 Logging and Mill Blacksm00ing PRICES REASONABLE -- FIRST CLASS WORANSHIP Rear Arlington State Banl Phon661 mish. IN THE MATTER OF THE ES- tate of Peter Funk, Deceased. Notice is hereby given that C. H. Tracy, administrator of the estate of Peter Funk, deceased, has filed his Final Account of-the administration of said estate, and his petition asking for final set- H. C, RODGERS, Mgr. ARLINGTON, WASH. FRESH FROIv THE DR, 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, Wash. 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. 0rB. Meets second and fourth Monday of each month at A. O. U. W. hall. FRANK HOLLIS, V. C. H. F. KLAAS, Clerk. DR. E. E. MOSE D:ITIST Office over State Bank. Phone 7 b 1 hrlingtor., .... Wuhtngto  DR. L. S. BATDORF DENTIST Office in Riley Bldg. Hours 9 a. m. to 6 p. m. Evenings by appointment Telephone 653 Arlington, Washington 0 BrlinOton C0d I0. 12l Meets every Tuesday night at b o'clock. Visiting Odd Fellows al, ways welcome.  JEWELER Carries Arlington's Best Line of WATCHES,  CLOCKS, SILVERWARE, CUT GLASS AND JEWELRY OF ALL KINDS Beautiful Line of Gift Articles Expert Watch Repairing Alprosen Lodge of Vasa 0rden Meets First and Third Saturday of Each Month A. O. U. W. HALL. A. E. LAUREN, Financier W. F. OLIVER, M. D,, Physician and Surgeon Office over Arlington Drug Co. O. W. HINMAN LAWYER NOTARY  BOND5  INSURANCE OFFICES: Arlington State Bank Bldg. " Phone 15 $ ARLINGTON, - wAsI. A.0.U.W. No. 84 2nd and 4th ! Saturday of each month, All members and visiting Workmen invited to attend. LUTHER ORR, M, W. C. J. MurphT, Rec. W. H. Fowler, Fizz. GILBERT EPON Real Estate and Insurance We specialize in Farms Jones Building, 519 R. R. Ave , Phone 1231 IDavid Redeen Merchant Tailor We Do Cleaning and Pressing PHONE 1573 ARLINGTON, - - WASH. 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 00ONZS htorney-at-LawNotary Publt ARLINGTON, WAEL G. W. COOK Lawyer 321 Stokes Bldg. t Everett, Wash.