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t, iiiii I iiiii i'1 ii --" ' "E ,- ?:- ,i i1"1 .... " . i ..... THE ARLINGTON TIMESI THURSDAY, JUNE 18, 1925. BOYS' BIB OVERALLS. Medium weight, good qpality for vacations; sizes 6to 12 years; at 50C per pair ..................... .......... BOYS' BLUE CHAMBRAY SPORT SHIRTS; Sizes 6V, 14, 142, neck measure 85C at ...... .................. .-. ........ BROADCLOTHS. Mercerized stripe and large Polk-a- dot; imported. Bright colors, new patterns, for at- tractive July 4th dresses; at the 79e yard .................................. NEW LACES, in Venice and shadows; in bands, panels and collar tops; at the 35C to 75C yard ........................ BROADCLOTH PRINCESS SLIP, mere- $1 75 erized and bright colors; ........... * Plain colors in imported mercerized Broadcloth for men's shirts, dresses and slips: Honeydew, Tan, Rose, Sky, Gray, Orchid, Maize, Green and White; 69e 36 inches wide; at yard ................ JANTZEN'S WORLD-FAMOUS SWIMMING SUITS Pure Oregon worsted; men's and women's __ (_ sizes 40 to 44 .................. ,4Jr, 0.1 v.B Boys' and Girls' sizes 34 to 38 __ ' t.I It.l COTTON RIB BATHING SUITS for men, women and boys; sizes 28 to 46; Boys' ................. $1.00 Men's and Women's ....................... $1.69 In plain Black and Navy, Copen, Navy, Tan, Red with contrasting skirt colors. BOYS' KHAKI PAITS. Heavy weight Khaki; 2 hip and watch pockets, with flaps, cuff bob S1 25 torn; per pair ....................... " BOYS' HIP BLUE DENIM OVERALLS; lmavy weight, riveted pockets; per $1 25 ]:)air .............................. " ........ ....-=..--ff.... .. -"-"., Western Fruit Stores Co. lives. Edena and Fred Kamm re- turned with them to Lynden to spend a week. Akout 50 members of grange from Warm Beach, Kellogg Marsh and Arlington visited the Mr. Wheeler Grange here last Friday evening. Lunch was served after the business meeting. Mrs. Lewis Seegell entertained to dinner Sunday Mr. Fred Pat- rick, Henry Hollingsworth and Bryant Lowe. Nels Nordstrom was a business visitor in Arlington last week. Several visitors attended the picnic at Sauk Prairie last Sun- day. Mr. and Ms. L. Bochier and children and Mr. Elmer, Olson of Missoula, Montana are visiting at the Hatfield home. ELECTRIC CAUTION OBSERVE THESE DENT'S Accident and sometimes death that follows the careless use of electricity may be minimized, if not avoided entirely, by observ- ance of certain precautions. Here are some "dent's" which in their observance, may increase length of days for many men and women : Don't "tinker" with bare wires even in your own home. Ambu- lance rides are unpleasant. Don't leave the cord attached to the electric iron while yOff discuss neighborhood issues over the back fence. If you want to see a house burn, go to the movies. Don't use the electric vibrator when you're in the bath tub. You may receive one big unex- pected vibration that will make future bathing unnecessary. Don't hang lamp cords over a nail. Frayed insulation may mean a short circuit. Don't hang lamp bulbs against wooden walls or partitions. And don't cover lamp bulbs with tis- sue paper or use them thus in store windows. Confining electric bulbs produces intense heat. Heat produces fire. Don't use home-made electrical devices, especially heaters. Most home-made electrical apparatus is faulty in construction. CONTROLING PESTS A good many farmers are find- ing more m' less trouble with dif- ferent kinds of insect life, and especially are they finding seri- ous troubles in their home gar- den plots. There are several in- sects doing damage at this time of year. The cut worm, the gar- The cut worm usually attacks by cutting off the stem of a cab- bage or tomo lmt, or any other choice bit, and either de- vours it or leaves it lying to wilt. He occasionally climbs the stem and feeds on the leaves. He is easily tempted by a bait made up of some arsenical poison, as lead arsenate or calcium arse- nate mixed with bran, middlings, alfalfa meal, bread crumbs, etc., at the rate of 1 pound of the poi- son to 20 .pounds of bran, etc. To this might be added about 1 quart of molasses and about one-half gallon of water in order to make it more attractive and easier to scatter as bait. The poison mater- ial and bran should be thorough- ly mixed first in the dry form, then the molasses added and stir- red again, then enough water to form a pasty mash. This can be scattered about the plants in the evening. Car should be exercised that children or chickens do not pick up the pois- on bait. For the root maggot, a solu- tion of corrosive sublimate, made up at the rate of 1 ounce of cor- rosive sublimate to 10 gallons of water. The material may be .pur- chased at any drug store. Dissolve the corrosive subli- mate in about 1 quart of hot wa- er, then add this to the entire amount of water. Pour this solu- tion over the plants and around the stems, so that the ground is wet down at least one to one and ane-ha]f inches. Repeat the treat- ment every 10 or 12 days, for three or four times. ARNOLD Z. SMITH, Co. Agt. LOYAL HEIGHTS Mrs. James Miller of Olympia, is visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Mike Kronholm. Mr. and Mrs. Mentz Gilbert and family visited at the S. Gil- bert home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Gunderson and baby, Evelyn, of Silvana, spent Sunday visiting relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Rued, and George Rued of Camano IAand and Inga, Clara and Olga Nord- by were visitors Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Gust Rued. Mrs. Andrew Lien and daught- ers, Gertrude, Clara and Agnes, and Mrs. Ed. Megaard and son, Henry, were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Megaard. Mrs. Hans Nederlee visited Mrs. Hans Nordby Monday. Keith Muma left last Monday for.a trip to California. a Anderson is k as a g Mr. and Ms. John Klenen at Stanwood. Cash Money Skaggs Store Stores Saving FRUITS & VEGETABLES 4 for . .......... Carbbage, new ; 51/2C per lb ..... New Carrols; 25e 4 Lbs ......... Onions; '3 25c Lbs ........... Fresh Tomatoes; 2 35c Lbs. ['or . ...... 2 for . ....... Local Peas; 3 29c Lbs ........... New Potatoes; 4 23e Lbs ........... New ripe Peaet, es: 55C 2 l)oz ......... New ripe Apricots; 45 2 Doz ........ C Watennelo,is I whole or half; per 41/2C Lb ......... Cantatonl)es; 4 25c for . ......... Celery (large); 45e 2 for . ......... SPECIALS FOR SATURDAY for . ...... " 25c Booth's  a,'dan(.s ; "2 for . ....... " 45 \\;\' at(x (flass; 2 C cans ........ ( Enough for 30 l)oz. eggs) (Egg' Preservative) CANNED GOODS 3 for . ......... C Standard Co,'n; 43c q for . ......... Standard ")  43 l ( mate s 3 I'm' . ...... C (,,t .,o,.,, l(.,,,,; 43c 3 for . ....... Maximum Solid-pack To- fOF . ........... - Maxilnum ['alleV el'cain COl'll MEAT LARD AND -',,,,, SORTENING Lb ........... Salt Backs; per 26e ]fb ............ Summer Sausage; 3"8C l:)er IA) ........ Picnic flares; 21c Per 1,1) ......... Pnre Lard: $1.89 8 Lbs ...... Pure Lard; 97e 4 Lbs .......... Bulk Shorten- $1.00 ing;; 5 lbs ..... BIG "K" FLOUR or $10.19 Bbl ....... Per 98 Lb. ,,, ........... 39c M.aximum (lohlen Sweet i'm'n; 2cans 49c for . ........... Maximum sliced /'ineapplc; large cans ;2 65 for . ............ ____ C  ( I))roken Sh(,e 1 Pineal)lfle; large cans: 55 "2 for . .......... C Maximmn Sweet Pc,aiDes; large cans: '2 45c for . .......... f]IV(WS ......... Maxilullnl S|l,'illll) ; 45c '2 cans ........ (5,ffin's ('.odfish (boneless) l,er l,b. 30C ])ackage ....... P, rooms ...... 79c and $1.05 Peaberry Coffee SOAPS & POWDERS 45 (rv,lal \\;Virile; 10 bars ........... C P. & (L (white Naptha) It, bars 43c for . ........... b'els Nal,lha; 10 79c bars ......... Cil ,'us P(,w,](,r: 45C '2 l)a(,kages .... Gold l)usl; l,m" 32c ]mekage ...... l'eet's granuhited 38c soaI) ......... White King; 2 95c 1'oi" . ............ Swit'i's Pri(h, ; 55C 2 for . ........ Imx (la,',.,'e, l,e,' 28e l)k'. .......... I)er ld{g ........ 1)er Idg. ....... l-hn'a k (pure) 29c al; .......... [{()l'aX (l)owdere(l) 35e lit ............ ()[d l)ll|C]l (,lealaser 23 3 t'or . ........... Palmolive ',Soap; 25 3 t"o1' . .......... C Creme ()El Nt)al); 23e 3 for .......... Fairy Soal); ;I ,,, .......... 25c for . .......... hrY (medimn)' 25 3 for . ........ C lv()ry (guesl size); 55C ] :2 bars ........ DRIED FRUIT Raisins (seedless) 43 4 Lbs ......... R.isi,> (seed- $2 19 less); 25 Lb. box ,ooho (oy); 87e 5 IAs .......... Pr{mes (large sweet pecla worm, Per  L $2 59 ;"' ";  23 ""''"' """"'; 87 S and many others might be men- C C ' tioned. The successful gardener Bag ........ " Ibs. for 5 Lbs .......... The young Peo.ple's Society _ - - - - knows many of these insect pests meets Saturday night at 8 o'clock. 2 c by themethodofattack Please Shop Early ]ew Potatoes 4 Ib 5 " -- -- " tau ..... : ..- .... ,. .......  -  Chau qua June 23-27. New Beets, Turnips{ 3 Bun.  V. GRAND VIEW AND Carrots&.. 6r..On!o.n.s. !. ..... ,10c ,.o-,,.- TRAFTON mmm   =4 ... ........ ...... IS NOT TO0 LONG " mony. Thrcouple have the, grien and family, Mr: and Mrs: .Mr..and Mrs;.Edw. Gush n and st " A n re " ding is being good wishes of their many friends I Oscar Steele and family, ,wr. an vn's..Jonn tiusnn o beame and for a RED C'a.DAR Shingle ew st buff Large Lettuce, 2 for . 15c ,oo to 1 in this vicinity. [Mrs. Albert Hanson, Grandmoth- Mr. and Mrs. Pierson and Mr. and --- i " " erected on ground adjoining the A party of friend: from Se-] er Larson, Mr. and Mrs. Eric Lar- Mrs. Martin of Everett were din- !' ......... "rlk m 11 "  ,, II/1: eIIIDAIdTI:i: Trafton school. It is understood attle enjoyed a Sunday dinner at[ son and family, Alfred Strum ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. 1' llllolb r I]-i:1 |lgl .LC fi UUI|/I|ILI. the proprietors come from Snoho- the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert[ and Mr. Smith. Brazelton Sunday. * " " " ' '" " .... O]Qoo a r" t- ,a mEsh and' will conduct a confec- Wickstrom. Covers were laid for Mr. and Mrs. Heimer and Mrs. Mr. Wm. Gates has been spend- .mi,dmnxwm.m,imlmiisimXum..xiimiwmm'imii, mhmIm.......... ULtL "..1.(,0 .LJL ",..*L:.LO t, aut6ata.u +;,,!gY'J" fld -,,%oa'wir a-a'a am ___ fILL._ ]L 6C the test for the quarter of a [,q-2- -- s .....  .......... " about twenty-five including the] Walfred Bergdahl were Everett ing the past week visiting in Se- x'ew bauoage, m. . centm'y. ""Mr" and 5Its F. Snelson enter- . . following Mr. and Mrs. Sund- visitors Thursday last. attle. .......... *'-'",*----'- ....... * ....... m mai ,l= s m mm tained the following guests at dinner Sunday. Mr. Snelson's I:resh Strawbemes, Cherries, Water- [. L. L[JXM brother,zamny, ofM urlngton, a Slser-in-Millard Snelson, and melons alld ('tin law, Mrs. N. Snetson, and two an,a,oupes gflMPJINV sons, of Bremerton, and Mr. Ham- ...... ..', .... ,, ....................... , ............ ,.., .... . IIIJ||I/FI|/ ilton and son also of Burlington. " o Miss Victoria Hedman, daught- fresh Milk, qt. 10c, als0 fresh Cream CONTRACTORS AND er of Mr. and Mrs Albert Hed- ., I,.  ',, n.  , , BUILDERS man of Grarld View, and Mr. " Charles Bergdahl were quietly g  g @ @  $ Ice Cream ana bott DrinKs marrle , PHONE 23 i d "n Everett Monday. The ---E- -EL'VERY I bride s mother witnessed the cere- JcK J D 1 _=._.._.. OSO NEWS I11 q-LL,,!@| .  Win Battle Rlq.AsON Mr. and Mrs. Clare Parler and '  f T family and Mr. Billie Salter mot- O Ires aTkr., t.,., ored to Port Blakely Saturday "- ii At IndianapUs, May 3@ "%" "" .... evening and spent the week-end .4  II []  []  I|ll I 1t . as guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. Sal-  I!! i! m [] ::  - ,  SettingaNewWorld Food fr,ed ,n ter and family.  /  [] ,, M I : 'b Mr. and Mrs. Kager have mov-  --' - ,. ,,.. - , 1 ,.. Mark of 101.13 Mile Amaizo has a ed o Darrington to reside during ", ; -- . the summer. A_ per hour--500 Miles without Tzre Trouble crs , even Drown. p Miss Alma Adolfson is Visiting j."" By.II amOng ;friends here for a ;few  [11]1111;5...1111. I This gruelling test proves the strength and flexibility, and climE- S / day . , - THE FIRST TEN Mr. and Mrs. Art Fralick and " " h racticall no chin e mlll vat,a t.mt at our principal Drancnes  IV daughter Arlyn were visiting  f stone Full-Size Gum-Dipped Bal- ,, .............. ,,, ......... lOOnS. Wlt p y g --all en Ieh-utane leull.aize --inspect one of these Full-Size friends here Sunday. - - in cars and drivers from last year, OnmoDIplmd re;nee., Balloons that travelled the 500- is not a grease--. therefore it doesn't make fried foods grejsy. T:atl;:hs  sogreatly  prefer it. Joe Hollingsworth who left las fall for Oregon has returned. Mr. E. T. Kamm of Lynden and two sons of Seattle and Blaine came up Saturday to visit rela- TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY WANTED, farm hand, good milk- er. W. B. Cook, Edgecomb, Wash. Telephone 33R3. GOOD COW for sale; recently fresh. Price $60. Gee. Kaye, R. 4; phone 35R12. WANTED, young horse weighing about 1500 or 1600; must be sound. Give price. Address Box 207, R. 5, Mr. Vernon, Wash. LUMBER SPECIAL No. 2 2x4, 2x6 and No. 2 Shiplap; at. -00la the mill; per thousand ........ ,4,, , ame Delivered at Arlington; .1. per thousand ................ ' - The Verd Cedar Co Phone ;21 !=3 or 232 and over the same rough, uneven brick track, laid sixteen years ago --Firestone Balloons racing under a blazing sun--beat last year's world record on thick .walled,high- pressure tires by a wide margin. Of the 21 cars which started, only 10 finished "in the money" -- every one on Firestone/3alloons Gum-Dipped bythe extra Fire- atone process that adds extra &MERICANS PoM- AVERAGE lion Driver Miles PerHour 1DePaolo . . . 101.13 2 Lewis-Hill... 100.82 3 Sharer-Morton. 100.18 4 llartz .... 98.89 5 Milton .... 97.27 6 Duray .... 96.91 7 De Palma . . 96.85 8 Krels .... 96.32 9 Shattuc . . . 95.74 10 Bordino . 94.75 MOST MILES PER DOLLAR mile race without a change. - These wonderful Gum-Dipped Balloons that stood this terrific grind, will give you safety and comfort--and thousands of addi- tional miles--on rise worst coun- try roads in daily conflict with sharp stones and gravel,worn-ore macadam and broken concrete.See nearest Firestone dealer today. S. F. Donnell Arlington, Wash. SHOULD PRODUCE THEIR own ru.R .... Jo2,, .