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Sl ir ii, , .... Back to the Home Nest ? .:....:,.....:.:.:.: .:,:,...,...., ,,... ' ::!iiii'!ii:!ii: /:i:(::?  " N:;, ..:-:: :! : .. One hundred and ten million Americans thrilled with joy and pride this week as six U. S. army airmen winged their way back toward the home nest at San Moniea. Calif., to complete man's first flight around the world. Photos show the three round the world army planes flying with escort over New York City, and close up of the three pilots, Left to right) Lt. Nelson, Lt, Smith, Commander, and Lt. Wade. the competition to the so-called SUGAR CROP TO HELP FARMERS Beet Sugar Man Says Trust Con- trois Cuban Import While Home Products Cuts Price.Claims Beet Crop COnserves Soil Fer- tility. Everett, Wash., Sept. 26. Home grown sugar not only affords sugar trust, but also offers one solution to the present farm dis- tress, Charles H. Allen, president of the Farmers Sugar Co. of De- fiance, 0., said in an address here today before the Rotary, Chamber of Commerce, Civic Clubs and Farmers. Our agricultural troubles have been caused principally by deple- tion of our soil fertility, through constant growing of wheat and other crops high in mineral ele- STORAGE BATTERY y reduced STAVE'S GARAGE & ASK FOR PRIMRO$ ELECTRICALLY BAKED BREAD MADE WITH MILK ARLINGTON BAKERY Ill .THE ARLINGRrOTtMI:ilS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1924. ......................................... * .  ,,, - - I i nl I I III ments. These crops have been MODERN LITERATURE of or against the .proposed tax Arlington State Bank Bldg., Ar- L. . JONES sold at less than cost of produ- Mother: "I hope that is a nice levy. When Sdch hearing has been lfngton, Washingtbn: and file the I Attorney-at-Law---Notay Pflbllo ction, if the cost of the mineral book you are reading." concluded the Town Council shall same with proof of said service t ARLINOTON. WASH. elements they contain were count- Daughter: "It's nice--but so proceed to make, determine and with the Clerk of-the above enti- ed. sad at the end." decide the amount of taxes to be tied court, within six months (6) I CLAUDE L. GLADSON "Sugar, on the other hand, Mother: "Sad?" levied upon the current assess- after the date of the first publi- D.C., PH. C. take no fertility from the soil. Daughter: "Yes, the shiek dies ment roll and shall proceed to cation of this notice or the same Chemically it is nothing but car- and she has to go back to her huh- levy the same in specific amounts, will be forever barred. Chiropractor ben and water. The sugar gets the band." .Sec. 3. Tha tly Town Clerk WILLIAM G. LETSON Palmer School Graduate water from the rain and the car- " be and he is hereby ,directed to Executor Hours 10 a. m. to 5:30 p. m. ben from the carbon dioxide in RESOLUTION NO. 61. have the estimate set forth in G.W. Hinman, Attorney for Evenings by Appointmen the air through the action of sun- Section 1 of this resolution, to- Executor, Arlington, Wash. Office Over Cady's Drug Store shine on the green leaves of the Resolution making and adopt- gether with the notice provided Date of frst pub. Sept 18, 1924. Phone 691 Arlington plant. America should follow the ing the estimate of the amount for in Section 2 hereof, to be pub- Date of last pub. Oct. 2, 1924. Alprosen Lodge agricultural practice of Germany, required to meet the public ex- lished in the official newspaper France, Denmark and Belgium, penses of the Town of Arlington, in the Town of Arlington, Wash- NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL of Vase Orden and raise more of such farm pro- Washington for the current year ington, for at least two (2) con- ESTATE Meets First and Third Saturday ducts as do not exhaust the soil, of 1925, fixing the time and place secutive weeks following the No. 32663 of Each Month instead of so much wheat, corn of hearing on said estimate and adoption of the estimate set IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF A.O.U.W. HALt. :nd other crops that are low in directing and giving the notice forth in said section hereof, the State of Washington, For JOEL ERICKSON, Financier price and are hard on soil fertil- thereof. Adopted this 15th day of Sept. King County, In Probate. ty." Be it resolved, By the Town 1924. In the Matter" of the Estate of W.F. OLIVER, M. D., While auger'beets take fertile of Arlington: Physician and aurgeon soil, the speaker explained that See. 1. That there be and is WILL H. VERD Otto P. Nelson, Deceased. tops and crown are left on the hereby made and adopted an esti- Mayor. Notice is hereby given that the Otice over Armo ug Co, ground to be plowed under and mate of the amount required to W.T. DILLEY, undersigned administrator of the the pulp, after sugar is extracted, meet the public expense of the Town Clerk estate of Otto P. Nelson, deceas- . W. HINMAN Town of Arlington, for the year Date of first pub. Sept. 18 1924. ed, in pursuance to an order of LAWYER is put back on the land as food of 1925, and to be raised by taxa- Date of last pub Sept 25, 1924. the above entitled court, made on NOTARY  BOND -- INSURANCE for dairy cattle, teen of such Town, as follows: the 5th day of September, 1924, "In 1920 alone," said the speak- CALL FOR SEALED BIDS will sell the following described or, "the people of the United RECEIPTS Notice is hereby given, that real estate of the said deceased, OFFICES: krlngtonStateBakBldg. States 110,000,000, of us--went Miscellaneous fines and Phone 163 to Cuba and handed over $900,000- licenses ........... $ 2,040.85 the Board of Directors of School to-wit: District No. 54, Skagit County, The wet half (W) of the ARLINGTON, WAS. 000 for the sunshine and rain over DISBURSEMENT Washington, will receive sealed northwest quarter (NW) of the Cuba in the form of sugar, just Clerk, Salary ......... $ 300.00 bids for the construction of a southeast quarter (SE) of See- GILB2RT ANDERSON as if we didn't have any of our Treasurer, Fees ...... $ 400.00 school house. Bids will be receiv- teen Seventeen (17), Township Real Estate and Insurance own. Attorney, Salary ...... $ 300.00 ed up until Saturday, October 14, Thirty-Two (32) North, Range We specialize in Farms Mr. Allen urged his hearers to Audit ................. $ 100.00 1924, at 10 o'clock, A. M., at the Six (6) East, W. M., containing Next to Vancouver Hotel insist that their congressmen sup- Incidental ............ $ 500,00 residence of the undersigned, bwenty (20) acres, more or less, Phone 1231 Clerk of the Board, at Mansford. at private sale to the highest bid- port such laws as will foster the Total General Govern- Plans and specifications are at der for cash, or best obtainable production of food products that ment ...... : .......... $1,600.00 the residence of the undersigned terms, by written bids submitted David Redeen come from the inehaustible mat- Clerk of the Board at Mansford. to Don LeRoy, administrator; said oriels not from the exhaustible PROTECTION LIFE AND PRO- Bids mus be acc'ompanied by'a bids to he opened at 2 p, m. Sop- mineral matter of the soil. PERTY certified check in an amount tember 30th, 1924. POLICE DEPARTMENT equal to five per cent of the bid. DON LE ROY, Merchant Tailor Marshal's Salary .$ 1,800.00 The Board reserves the right Administrator of said estate, H o n e s t O o o d s .... 4o83 Arcade Bldg., Seattle, Wash. Jail Expenses .......... $ 75.00 to reject any andall bids. Raymond D. Hoyt, Attorney for and Water ., ........ $ 1,344.00 BOARD OF DIRECTORS, Light ................ $ 1,700.00 School Distriot No. 54. said estate, 4083 Arcade Bldg., Latest Styles By C. W. SMITH, Seattle, Wash. Opposite Ford Garage Clerk of the Board. ARLINGTON, - - WASH. Total ........... $ 4,919.00 First Publi.cation, September NOTICE OF SALE OF STATE LANDS HEALTH AND SANITATION" 18th, 1924. Notice is hereby given, that on A,0.U.W, call it a Salary of Health;officer $ 100.00 Date of 1st Pub,, Oct. 2, 1924. Tuesday, the 7th day of October, hOl Salary of Stree Corn- 1924, between the hours of ten NO." 4 missioner .......... $ 1,380.00 NOTICE TO REPUBLICAN Maintenance ofSewer $ 100.00 COMMITTEEMEN o'clock in the forenoon and four 2rid and 4th The Republican county central o'clock in the afternoon, commenc- Saturday of Total ...  ...... $ 1,5i}fl:00 committee will meet in Everett, ing at ten o'clock in the forenoon each month. at the courthouse, Saturday, Sop. of said day, in front of the main All members FIRE DEPARTMENT 20 at 2 p.m. entrance door to the County Fire Hose ............... none The committeemen chosen at Cout House in the city of Ever-, and visiting Other repairs ad better- the primary election to represent ett, county of Snohomish, State Workmen invited to attend. LUTHER eRR, M. W. of Washington, either by the C. J. Murphy, Roe. W. H. Fowler, Fin, merits ...... ....... $ 400.00 local precincts are: Arlington  No. Salary .............. $ 300.00 l, L, N. Jones; No, 2 and 3, A. M. Coun.*,y Auditor of said county or Wendell; Armstrong, O. A el- by a member Of the Board of Total .., ; ........ $ 700.00 son; Edgec0mb, A, F. West; Bry- State Land Commissioners of the MAINTENANCE PUBLIC ant, Ed. Vognild; Darrington, State of Washington, the follow- Knute Neste; Fortson, H, C. ing described state lands, togeth- I HIGHWAYS because it was once a custom in Street lmproveraents and Smith; Florence, J. P. Anderson; er with the improvements situated Northern Europe that newly wed- Crossings ..i. ..... $ 1,500,00 Jim Creek, L. R, Palmer; Norden thereon, will be sold at public MIS(: NE(U (Jorden) Jacpb Johnson; ego, auction to the highest bidder ded couples should drink mead therefor, to-wit : (wine made from honey) for a Librar  ........ $ : 300.00 Laurence Fry, M. G. Conover and Note--No one except citizens "moon," or 27 days. In the new  Henry Hollingsworth, tied; Sil- of, the United 8tares, or persons 2, R. MANLY W.E. Marr, Who.:haYe declgbd: %heir ihten:  IODINE Total .$10,599.00 teen to become such, can purchase Hours: 9 a. m. to 5 p. m. Total receipts ........ $ 2,040.85 NOTICE TO CREDITORS state lands. is one of the first requirements Amount proposed to be No. 6540 Application No. 12181. 710 R. R. Ave. Phone 251 $ NW of SW of section 16, = _ ....... for wounds, burns and sprains, raised by taxation.. 8,558,15 IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF township 31 north, range 6 east, " Estimated Valuation. 611,297 The State of Washington, for W. M., containing 40 acres, more A M, NELSON Whenever you suffer a cut or Estimate levy (mills) ....... 14 Snohomish County. I scratch, paint it with Puretest Municipal Bonds, 4 mills on above In the Matter of the Estate of or less, according to the govern- JEWELER mentsurvey thereof, appraised at. Iodine to prevent infection and valuation. Maud A. Letson, Deceased. Carries Arlington's Best Line of quicken healing. Excellent also for taking the soreness out of in- Sec. '2. That the Town Council Notice is hereby given that the $800.00, subject to an easement WATCHES, CLOCKS, for right of way for a transmis- SILVERWARE, CUT GLASS sect bites and inflamation, of the Town/of Arlington will undersigned has been appointed seen line granted to the City of meet at the :Qouncil Chambers of and has qualified as executor of eattle. Improvements gppraised AND JEWELRY OF ALL One of 200 Puretest prepara the Town H!-of said Town at the the estate of Maud A. Letson, at $1,120.00. KINDS teens for health and hygiene. Ev- hour of 7 0'cloCk p.m. Monday the Deceased; and that all creditors ery item the best that skill and  (Of the above improvements, Beautiful Line of Gift Articles care produce. 6th day of Oct., 1924 for the put- and persons having claims against $100 belong to the state and must Expert Watch Repairing pose of making tax levies as star- said estate are hereby required be paid for in cash on the day of  ..... - ......... ARLINGTON DRUGCO. ed in the foregoing estimate, at to serve the same properly yore-sale, and $1,020.00 belong to a m. I. o[ . which time and place any tax- fled, upon the undersigned or former lessee and must be paid e  payer may appear before the coun- u,pon G. W. Hinman, his attorney for in cash on the day of sale if Ieets First and Third Friday cil and shall: be heard in favor of record, at his office in the purchased by someone other than of each month at A. O. U. W. hall iHiiHu the owner.) A F. WEST, V. C. i 00PAYERS.. Said lands will be sold for not GILBERT BREKHUS, Clerk - less than the  appraised -value above stated and upon the terms DR. 2. 2. MOS2 ;. , and conditions following: DhNTIT Terms and Conditions of Sale-- Not less than one-tenth of the Offics over State Bank. Phone '/tl purchase price must be paid at Arllngtr' - - Wathlngton the time of sale to the officer DR. L. S. BATDORF March or October ? making the sale. The purchaser, if! DENTIST he be not the owner of the ira- Office in Riley Bldg. provements,= must forthwith pay Hours 9 a. m. to 6 p. m. to the officer making the sale the I full amount of fhe appraised val- Evenings by appointment Telephone 653 ue of the improvements, as above Arlington, Washington When do you "kick" about high taxes? stated. One-tenth of the purchase .... When you get your tax bill in March, or when price must be paid annually:there- HAKIIS & TY that bill is being fixed in October? after with interest on alldeferred REAI/I CO. payments at the rate of six per Loans, Collections anti Insur- WHERE WERE YOU LAST OCTOBER? centum per annum, together with 's accrued interest on any balance ance That when your tax bill for 1924 wee raised at the same rate: Provided, that Office on First Street $1i,607,328. any purchaser may make full Just off R. R. Ave. WHO BY? Your counties, iti and payment of principal, interest and ..... school districts, statutory fees at any time and ob- fain:-deed or state patent. The I, 0. 0. T. HOW? By wiping out $1,561,485 saved purchaser of land con.aining hy the state goverenment and INCREASING timber orothervaluablematerials rllnl r.odg 10. 127 THEIR COSTS $3,168,813. is prohibited by law from cutting Meets every Tuesday night at or removing any such timber or o'clock. Visiting Odd Fellows el- ls jr gdng to be next March or this October materials without first obtaining ways welcome. consent of the Commissioner of HUGH MURDOCK, N. G. when you "kick" about 1925 taxes? Public Lands or the board, until C. L. Marsh, Sec. A. J. Sutles, FS. March is too late--October 6 is the time. the full amount of the purchase On/at date county commissioners and city price has been paid and deed is- A.M. WENDELL sued Lawyer and Notary ouncila will fix your 1925 tax bill. Get a All sales of state lands are Real Estate in Connection copyo the budgets from your county auditor made subject to the reservations Bonds; All Kinds of Insurance or ci clerk on or after September 22--tudy of oils, gases, coal, ores, minerals it---talk it over with your neighbors--organize and fossils of every name, kind committees and and description, and to the addi- E.M. ADAMS, M. D. tional terms and conditions pre- Physician and Surgeon GO TO THE BUDGET HEARING OCT. 6 scribed in the act of the legisla- Office over Arlington State Bank. . ture approved March 20, 1907, be- House Physician Adas' General Don't wait till March to "kick"if you do, ing section 3, chapter 256 of the tibspita youhave slept on your rights. For further Laws of 1907. Phone 181 - - Arlington, Wash. Said land will be sold subject imolmatiom on how to reduce taxes write, to the terms, conditions,and res- Land Commzssmner" " s, and an or- " 9 ervations of Chapter 109 of the der duty issued andcertified by State Federation of Taxpayers Session Laws of 1911, relating t0 the Commissioner of Public easements for rights of way and Lands of the State of Washington Associations the carrying of timber, stone, men-Inow on file in the office of the orals and other products over he I co(nty auditor of said county. 909 American Bank Building, Seattle same. [ CLARK V, SAVIDGE, " " The above described lands are 1 Commissioner of Public Lands. " offered for sale ia pursuance of[ Date of 1st Pub:, Aug. 28, 1924. iilllillllllllllllllllllilllllllllllillllllllllillllllllllllllllllllllli an order of the B0ard ' of"State .... Date of last Pub., Oct. 2, 1924, TheTudor Sedan All.Year Utility at Lowest Cost The Tudor Sedan body Wpe--now widdy popularwas created by the Ford Motor Company. Into it has been built all the utility that any light-weight closed car can provide. It is comfortabh, roomy and con- venient, easy to drive and park, and insumdy adapted to varing weather conditions.