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19,a. ARLINGTON TIMES, THURSDA], JUNE 18, o" ssified Adve FOR SALE FREE TULIP BULBS--Send 30c (no stamps) for packing and mailing and we will send 12 flowering-size Tulips in assort- ed colors. Vallentgoed-Murray Bulb Co., Bellingham, Wash. FOR SALE--Credit sli,p on Kin- ney Bros. & Sepprell for $40.71 to be applied on purchase of Radio set, Piano or Phonogra,ph. Will sell for $30. Addres C-T., care Arlington Times. FOR SALE An ingrain rug, 9x12, almost new; price $6.00. May be seen at public library. ONE-TON FORD TRUCK for sale; in good mechanical con- dition. Inquire A. B. Keefer at 0. K. Garage; phone 1363. FORSALE 5-room modern house 2 lots. Telephone 943. WANTED WANTED A middle-aged woman to assist in housework; no washing. Mrs. T. N. Cla,psadle, phone 10Rll. WANTED -- Cedar poles and posts; highest prices paid. Ad- vances made when poles are at track. Miller Post & Pole Co., 431-432 Central Bldg., Seattle. WANTED Veal and Poultry. Can handle an.y quantity at all times. Spot cash and Seactle market prices assured. Write to M. L. Brown, Box 232. Arling- ton, Wash. Will call. WANTED--Veal and pork and beef cattle. Call at my expense phone 5R4. I buy anything of value---what have you to sell? Leo. O'Connor, R. 3, Arlington. FOR RENT FOR RENT Six-room cottage, close in, garage; $15 a month. Inquire Mrs. M. Ruthroff, Ar- lington; phone 792. FURNISHED HOUSE for rent, close in, .pleasant location. Call 103 Maple street. 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. BARCLEY CORSETS are custom made and designed especially for YOU in every Uttle detail. Mrs. A. H. King, county agent, 1325 R. R. Ave., West, Arling- toll; phone 941, at home even- ings. HEMSTITCHING, Stamping, stamped goods, buttons and dressmaking done, reasonably. Mail orders given prompt at- tention. Mrs. L. Bertilson, 710 R. R. Ave. Mrs. Hugh Murdock and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Verd returned Sat- urday evefiilg from Wenatchee. Mr. and Mrs. Verd made a side trip to visit friends at Quincy, and, accompanied by Mrs. Mur- dock, a trip to Chetan. Other dele- gates from here returned earlier in the week. N. P. PURCHASES HEW PULLMAHS Purchase of new Pullman sleep- ing cars of the mos recent de- sign for the Northern acific "Pacific Ex.press" was annomced today by A. B: Smith, passenger traffic manager. Burlington trains number 47 and 48 between Chicago and SL Paul will carry the new car, which becomes a part o N.P. trains 3 and 4, better known as the "Pacific-Atlantic Express" between St. Paul and the North Pacific Coast. "The Pacific Express" with its new Pullman equipment carries a ten-section lounge car and steel t tourist sleeping cars, coaches 1 smoker and dining car. The Pullmans are steel with a mahogany interiors, pleasing dark blue upholstery, permanent head bards, larger ladies' dressing rooms an dothe improvements . Summer Jov00 of Canadian Ranch Life Await U, S. Tourists A rather largo number of Amer- wan out-of-doer devotees prefer the rough ,nd ready, free and easy life afforded by a stay on an Al- berta, Crn'-da ranch, to the pleas- ure of inure frequented vacation resorts. But there is.a much more numerous number of Americans who are quite ignorant of ranches, but who would be only too eager to spend the summer months on one. These vacationists will, no doubt, be delighted to learn that there are several guest ranches in he foothills and even in the moun. tains of western Canada. especially around Galgary. Perhaps the best Known one m the "I'-S'" or "Stampede" Ranch, owned and operated by Guy Wead- ick and his wife, known to vaude- ville audiences as Flores baUue, the champion lady roper of the world. It is situeted 35 miles west of the eowtown, High River, d0 miles south of Calgary and is reached by ranch auto. The mail address is Longview, Alberta, Can- ada. This location is in Eden Val- Ley in tbe foothills of the Cana- dian Rockies, almost under Mt Head of the Highwood Range, a peak 10,500 feet high and seven miles from the ranch buildings Some of the diversions of this re- treat are: riding through the hills and into the mountains, climbing, and shooting of game birds and big game in season. Wonderful ,cenery and countless wild flowers re een on every hand. 'Ibis ranch t at an e'titude of 4,000 fee and ,ns'sts of ranch house, log cabins md tents. Clear mountain spr!ng rater is used exclusively.. 'lhe .htle horses are oth spirited and I-[ITTING T/.-U:- MOUNTAIN 'TI2AIL$- CON$'OLkTION LAKE. NEIAP.. LAKe: I..OI gentle to smt all guests. One It is reached from .Pektsko, about woma guest remained at "T-S" 80 miles west of High River. Rid- ranch for 5 weeks, because she ing, fishing, hunting, mountain was allowed the use of Mrs. Wead- trips with pack ponies or quiet ick's own pony. picnics in quiet places, keep Kananaskis Dude Ranch at the guests more than busy. An In- confluence of the Kananaskis and teresting short pony trip i that Bow Rivers, has a beautiful .noun- to "E-P" Ranch, the Alberta home tain environment. It,is a new of the Frince of Wales. building owned and run by lrs , Soma Lodge, the summer home Bill Brewster, formerly of (Jlacte ,f the pleasure hunter, is located Park in Montana, and a-numbe, el i;" I [. A 1. L. Lakes district, 6 her regular guests in Canada i:mh,,,,  ,u'h of Bragg Creek, P. O. Jwere her guests in Montana. an, ',,,, I,'s:. (reek, 33 rn]les from Cal- Jswear by her hospitality, lhs 'ary t,,: motor. Tourists and CaN Jranch has a polo field,and a big gar., people are enthusiastic about Jstrlng of pomest i!shlng up the this ranch where good service and J KananasKis, trail rming mountain j food are to be had. The gulden J elimbing and deep sleep on soft have a reputation of being ross- I beds are joys here.  I ters ,n the art of making bough J Buffalo Head Ranch :In the foot. beds. The scenery is very beautl- J hills, is located in a lovely valley Jful, and Calgary sportsmen tell land is popular with Calgarians as Jmarvelous tales of trout fishing In [well as visitors from nny places, nearby waters. Director of Licenses Charles tiffed check, will be nearly 13 miles short- are logging at the John Nuhse place. Several of the Burn folks en- joyed a picnic at Wallaces grove Sunday. Mrs. A. E. Baker has been very ill, but now is convalescing. NOTICE TO CREDITORS No. 6834 IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF The State of Washington, in And for The County of Snoho- mish. IN THE MATTER OF THE ES- tate of P. O. Johnson, deceased. , Notice is hereby given by the undersigned, administrator of the above entitled estate to the creditors and all persons having claims against the said estate, to exhibit them with the necessary vouchers within six (6) months after the llth day of June, 1925, to the undersigned administrator at the Law Office of L. N. Jones, at Arlington, Washington, the same being the place of transac- tion of business for said estate; and if claims are not presented within six (6) months from said date they will be forever barred. Dated at Arlington, Washing. ton, this llth day of June, 1925. A. J. ANDERSON, Administrator. L. N. Jones, Attorney for es- tate, post office address, Arling- ton, Washington. Date of first pub. June 11, 1925 Date of last pub. July 2, 1925 NOTICE OF SALE OF TOWN BONDS Notice is hereby given that the Town of Arlington, Snohomish County-, Washington, will offer for sale its general negotiable coupon bonds in the amount of six thousand dollars ($6,000.00) for a strictly municipal purpose, to-wit: The extension of the main trunk sewer on Division street, from its present eastern terminus, the alley between Railroad Ave. and McLeod Ave., east along said Division street, four blocks to the alley in Block Four of Clum's First Addition to Arlington, afore- said; which said bonds shall be in denomination of Five Hundred Dollars ($500.00) each and shall be numbered from one to twelve, both inclusive, consecutively, and shall bear interest at a rate not to exceed Five per cent. per an- num, interest ,payable semi-annu- ment cases. For appointment phone Marysville 182 or write Mrs. Cuvier, Marysville. On Trains and Vacations letters must often be writ- ten without the conveni- ence of a desk--frequently in a hurry. Lord Baltimore Writing Portfolios are made for just such emergencies. The writing case cover, placed on lap, knee or chair arm su.pplies the desk, and the paper is fabric-finished stock of high quality. Complete outfit with 50 sheet and 24 enveloldes. 50c ARLINGTON DRUG CO. H. (. RODGERS, Mgr. ARLINGTON, WASH. 2 . ......  _ -- DEMANDED JULY 1 i Motor vehicle drivers are oblig- ed to renew their licenses after July 1. Blanks are now available wait until the expiration of the old license (July 1) when there is sure to be a rush of applica- tions that will cause delay. The fee is $i.00 and this must be remitted in the form of a cer- Auto Repairing ---AT THE OSO GARAGE PHONE 32R4 Open Evenigs and Sundays Wrecker Service THOMAS & LOWE FAIR GROCERY STORE Now ,,pen For Business New Stc,,ck Located in the MeGovern Building. Look out for the grand opening in a few days. Only high-grade goods will be sold and at a low price. We expect to have the most up to date grocery and meat market north of Seattle. Everything for the table. PromI)t delivery. We Will Pay Cash for Eggs. Bring All You Have Phone 421 not  ,ted. Blanks are art able in Arl- ington at the following places: City Garage, McAlpin Garage, S. F. Donnell's and atthe Times of- fice. The form is very simple and any one can execute them proper- ly by exercising ordinary care. Applicants must have two citizens to vouch for their ability to drive, while minors mus have signature of parent or guardian. 27 MILES FROM PAG, HIGHWAY Completion of the four bridges between Everett and Maryville, for which contracts were award- ed last week, and the construc- tion of the new highways be- tween Tacoma and Seattle and Seattle and Everett will clip 27 miles off the Pacific Highway be- tween Tacoma and Marysville. This is equivalent xo about two- thirds of the distance between Ta- coma and Seattle by way of the valley road. The biggest saving in distance will be made between Tacoma and Seattle, where the new short are m.e" leys. Between Tacoma and Seattle the new short line will be a fourth highway connecting the two cities. Inasmuch as the. Naches Pass highway travel from the south will be routed through Puyallup and Sumner to Auburn this road is bound to share with the new short line a great deal of the tourist travel. Highway engineers expect that the new bridges at Tacoma, Seat- tle and between Everett and Marysville together with the pav- ing of the new road will be com- pleted some time during 1927. EAST BURN Mrs. A. Gustavson and Mrs. Art Anderson returned from Shel- ton Monday. Mrs. Will Lind, Mrs. Gust Sund- quist and Mrs. Harry Olson vis- ited Monday with Mrs. John Ot- ter, who is very ill, Mrs. Gustavson has purchased a Chevrolet coupe. Mrs. Foote entertained at Sun- day dinner Mr. and Mrs. James Norberg, Mrs. OlUon and Mr. Meyers, all of Everett. Earl Morris and Sam Stevens For the Days of Sunshine which Spring is bringing us, you'll want those pretty shoes to match your new spring gowns. We have your size in manylines aud the prices are very reasonable. ARLINGTON SHOE SHOP rice of the treasurer of said Town! or at the fiscal agency of the State of Washington, in the City of New York, at the option of the holder thereof, and shall bear date of their issue and shall ma- ture in their consecutive order as follows: Five Hundred Dollars in 1927; Five Hundred Dollars in 1928; Five Hundred Dollars in 1929; Five Hundred Dollars in 1930; Five Hundred Dollars in 1931; Five Hundred Dollars in 1932; Five Hundred Dollars in 1933; Five Hundred Dollars in 1934; Five Hundred Dollars in 1935; Five Iundred Dollars in 1936; Five Hundred Dollars in 1937, and Five Hundred Dollars in 1938. Each bidder shall specify the lowest amount of interest which he will accept if allowed to pur- chase said bonds and the premium if any, which he will give in addi- tion to the face of each of said bond issues. All bids for said bonds shall be addressed to W. T. Dilley, Town Clerk of the Town-of Arl- ington, dr to him delivered, on or before the date of sale, and all of said bids so received for the sale of said bonds will be received and opened on the 29th day of June, 1925 at 7:00 o'clock P. M. at the Town Hall of the Town of Arling- ton, Washington, .and must be se- curely sealed in an envelope and endorsed thereon "Bids for the proposed Municipal Bonds of the Town of Arlington for Sewer Ex- tension." The right i reserved to reject .any and all bids and to ac- cept such bids as shall seem most advantageous to the Town. By order of the Town Council : W. T. DILLEY, Town Clerk. First Published June 4, 1925. Last Published June 18, 1925. 1 is.,.., 4 " p s " ,,N.V 19ill ,!;t the POOZ Man A Bite 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, 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 ttours 9 a. m. to 5 p. m. m.w. otfl. Meets second and fourth Monday of each month with Silvana Lodge FRANK HOLLIS, V. C. H. F. KLAAS, Clerk. DR. E. E. MOSE D "I/TIST Offic9 over State Bunk. Phone 't  1 Arlington, - - - - Washington DR. L. S. BATDORF DENTIST Office in Riley Bldg. Hours 9 a. m. to 6 p. m. Evenings by appointment Telephone 653 .rlington, Washington I001. 0. O. T. Rrllnglon od0 I0. iz7 Meets every Tuesday night at b o'clock, Visiting Odd Fellows al- ways welcome. FRANK WIBERG. N. G. C. L. Marsh, Sec. A. J. Sutles, FS. A. M. WENDELL Lawyer and Notary Real Estate in Connection Bonds; All Kinds of Insurance 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 Olden Meets First and Third Saturday of Each Month COMMERCIAL CLUB A. E. LAUREN, Financier W. F. OLIVER, M. D,, Physician and Surgeon Ofice over Arllngon :Drug Co. G. W. HINMAN LAWYER NOTARY -- BONDS -- INSURANCE OFFICIS: Arlington State Bank Bldg. Phone 1 5 $ ARLINGTON, WASPI, A.0.U.W. No. a4 2nd and 4th i  Saturday of i each month. All members and visiting r e mwted to attend. LUTHER ORR, M. W. C. J. Murphy, Rec. W. H. Fowler, Fin. GILBERT ANDERSON Real Estate and Insurance We ,pecialize in Farms Jones Building, 5t9 R. R. Ave Phone 1231 Redeen Merchantflailor 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 Appointment Office Over United Variety Store Phone 691 Arlington - - L. i9. JONES Attorney-at.Law--Notary Publlo ARLINGTON, WASH. G. W. COOK '  Lawyer 321 Stokes Bldg. Everett, Wash.