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ARLINGTON TIME&amp; TIURSDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1925. ,,, i ii inTl" "   . ":' II r i i i C/ Ac:lverti FOR SALE FOR SALE Seven weeks old pigs; $6 each. Charles Bannis- ter, Arlington. GOOD KING APPLES for sa'.e at $1.00 per box. Joe Kraetz, phone 131. FOR SALE CHEAP--Two wash- ing machines, hand or power; smoothing iron, gasoline heat; bed and spring, iron folding cot; kitchen queen, mail box, single buggy, acetylene light- ing outfit, ca.pacity 35 lights with necessary pipe. 0. A. Moe, Norman, Wash. FOXES--World's best Blue Foxes. Every man, woman, child loves and can successfully raise these money makers. Stare now. Eight years Blue Fox Breeder. Special offer to breeder agents. Grover Cleary, Smith Bldg., Seattle; 4 bank references. FOR SALE Electric Butter- Kist popcorn and peanut roast- er combined. Can be bought for $250; cost $1,200. Dave Port, Arlington, Wash. FOR SALE five-room strictly modern house in fine shape; laundry tray.s, nice lawn, new garage, finely situated on Gil- man Ave. For further particu- lars see Anderson & Haskins, Arlington. FOR SALE AT A BARGAIN The well located store building of OARRINGTON William Mattheson was serious- !.v burned NOV. 24 at the Sauk camp when he attempted to light a fire with kerosene, as it ex- loded, setting fire to his cloth- ing and burning his cabin. He is still in the Darrington hospital in a painful condition. A large crowd of DarHngton people attended the Arlington ire Department's dance Thanks- giving and enjoyed an exception- ally good time. They were: Mr. and Mrs. Harry Butler. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Bruckart, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Peterson. Mr. and Mrs. El- gin Vaughan, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Marsh, Mr. and Mrs. Solen Holmes, Mr. and Mrs. Forest Vaughan, Mr. and Mrs. Ward Woodward, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Rankin, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Young, Mr. and Mrs. Nels Thompson, Nell Wigley, Eldon George, Mi,ss Lena Parker, and Harry Butler. Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Lee of Se- attle were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Elliott Farley. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Peterson spent Thanksgiving at Getchell with Mrs. Peterson's parents. They plan to leave Darrington for California this month. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Dunning moved this week into their beau- tiful new home on the highway just before entering Darrington. I Miss Opal Hilton came up from Everett, where she is attending school, for Thanksgiving and the A. M. Nelson, situated at the' week-end with her parents. corner of R. R. Ave. and 4thl Darrington received its 'slight fall of snow Friday night. St. If not sold inside two weeks i The Andron Logging company it will be for rent. See Ander- son & Haskins, Arlington. t was forced to shut down Satur- day on account of snow at their FOR SALE Two milk cow% workings. fresh about Dec. 15. Thee. Sand- ] Mrs. Nellie Milton and son, ere, Silvana. ] Jack, aspent the week-end in So- PERFECTION CULL SHINGLES !attle. for sale, $2.00 per M. at mill. ] Eleven women formed.a theatre Oso Shingle Co. Iparty Saturday, honoring Mrs. Harry Butler's birthday, by driv- FOR SALEFull-blood black Jer- sey Giant cockerels. W. D. Web- ster, R. 4, Arlington. WANED WANTED-- Veal and Poultry. Can handle ans' quantity at all times. Spot cash and Seattle market prices assured. Write to M. L. Brown, Box 232, Arling- ....... %on, Wash. Will call. SABIN, TAXIDErMISt< See A .......  H. Moll, Arlin0n, Wash. WANTED--Veal and pork and beef cattle. Call at my eepense phone 5R4. I buy anything of value---what have you to sell? Leo. O'Connor, R. 3, Arlington. MISCELLANEOUS REWARD--I will pay a liberal reward for information leading to recovery of Persian cat miss- ing since July let. Smoked Per- sian color, male, answers to name , of "Bu'bbles." Bertha [ Snow. Call phone 493. ] - MONEro LOAN--Better takel 4 up your old mortgage and make I a loan that you can pay in t monthly installments. Anderson I & Haskins, Arlington. HEMSTITCHING, S t amp i n g, stamped goods, buttons and dressmaking done, reasonably. Mail orders given prompt at- tention. Mrs. L. Bertilson, 710 R. R. Ave. FORN1A'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. THE PLACE TO EAT--Durbiu's Lunch Counter. A square deal and a square meal. Tom Mont- gomery chef. CARD OF THANKS I desire by this means to ex- tend my sincerest thanks to the kind friends who recently called, not only cheering me in my ill- ness but leaving a more substan- tial token of their friendship and good will. 0. J. RONNING. I Barton a birthday party was giv- I en at their home Saturday even- ing. Guests were the Misses Mary I Toilnaar, Eleanor Woodward, : Hope Vaughan, Doris Butcher, z Orpha Hilton, Fannie Tollnaar, I Alice and Alma Parker, Dorothy t Clonts and Angela Strom; James l Strom, Joe Stoney, Dean White and Earl Jackson. ] Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Gullen of Seattle were Thanksgiving guests ! of Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Vaughan. I Charles Smith, an employe of i the Sound Timber Company, met with an accident Monday, Nov. 30, on the hill road from the camp, ] near the new Skagit countyl bridge, when the road caved away under him and his Dodge I coupe rollad completely over a I number of times, landing near the I river. Mr. Smith miraculously t escaped with only minor cuts and bruises and the car is still where it fell, a wreck. LOG TRAIN PILES UP AT EBEY CAMP THREE Gets Away on Five Per Cnt Grade and After Mile Run Leaves Track--Engine Badly Damaged Elmer Hovik, Fireman, Stays With "Locy" But Is Only Slightly Injured. A locomotive and five cars of logs got beyond control while de- scending a five per cent grade at ing to Seattle, attending "Badges" at the President matinee. They were Mrs. Harry Butler, Mrs.  Grover McDonald, Mrs. Lee Clonts, Mrs. Ward Woodward, Mrs. Forest Vaughan, Mrs. Elgin Vaughan, Mrs. Nell Wigley, Ms. Solen Holmes, Mrs. Oscar Peter- son, Mrs. Nels Thompson and Mrs. Ray Bruckart. They return- ed the same day. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Judy and daughter, of Seattle, were week- end gsts of Mr. and Mr, s. H. J, Mr. and Mrs. Ward Woodward and family spent Friday in Ev- erett. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Smith and son of Bellingham were week-end guests of Mrs. Smith's sister and family, Mrs. Earl Rankin. Mr. and Mrs. Ott Kimsey and two daughters and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Kimsey of Seattle were Thanksgiving guests at the Elgin Vaughan home. Joe Chenier and Joe Corbeil returned Friday from Sacramento Calif., where they went to get and drive back Dr. B. T. Blake's stolen Studebaker coupe. They made the trip in three days. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Queen and daughter pent Thanksgiving in Seattle with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Johnson have moved back to Seattle, re- turning Thursday with Mr. Queen. Ebey camp three on Thanksgiv- first[ ing day and after careening down the mountain at high speed for about a mile left the track and piled up in a tangled wreck. The engine, knocked from its trucks, ' landed on its back among logging debris in a badly battered condi- tion while the four flats and their loads were scattered promiscu- ously over the immediate land- scape. When it was seen that the train was out of control Engineer Chet Ottinger instructed the fireman, Elmer Hovik, to pull the king-pin so as to release the locomotive. He endeavored to do so, but the pres- sure of the on-rushing cars, pull- ing the locy down the grade, was such that he could not release the pin. Ottinger then put on steam in an effort to ou'tspeed the cars .nd thus release ,pressure on the pro. This 'strategy failing, he call- ed to the crew to jump, he and Brakeman lex Oraan at once leaping to safetj':'IIowever/ o= vik remained in his perilous po- sition between the engine and first car until the equipment left the track and piled uo in a con- fused wreck. He was bruised .and shaken up but sustained no ,seri- ous injuries, being confined to the local hospital only two or three days. The locomotive still rests where it landed, as it will be necessary t. move a heavy donkey engine to the scene before it can be ex- tmcated. The accident was due to failure of the brakes to hold. Both air and hand brakes were available but; it is understood that only one of the latter was in use at the time. While the amount of damage to equipment can not be ascertained until it has been taken to the shop, company offici'als state Mr. and Mrs. Len Stohr and that the loss will aggregate sev- daughter Audrey, and Mr. and era! thousand dollars. Mrs. Clarence Stohr and son, of SEDAN A-N00E-NCE GO Everett were Thanksgiving guests at the A. J. Stohr home. Mrs. John Hyde and son, Jack ONE ROUND TO A DRAW came up from Seattle to ,spend the week-end with Mr. H.yde at Andron and were unable to re- turn Monday as Jack came down An Essex coach, driven .by Wil- with the chicken pox. liam Jones of Sedro-Woolley veer- Mr. and Mrs. Paul Marsh and ed into the stout fence in front davghter, Alice, spent Thanksgiv- of the local condensery Sunday ing with relatives in Arlington. evening, knocking down Sixteen Mrs. Marsh and baby returned posts and seriously damaging the Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Hindes. A new garage is under con- struction on Darrington avenue, next the Sauk Grocery, to be run when completed by Oscar Norris. Mr. and Mrs. John Pearson en- tertained Mr. and Mrs. Mills and baby and Mr. and Mrs. Burl Ens- ley of Sauk Camp on Sunday. Honoring Clyde and Howard car. It is understood that the ac- cident was due to Jones' car lock- ing wheels with a Ford sedan driven in the opposite direction (sGuth) by S. Biggs of McMurray, thi causing the Essex to be forc- ed into the fence, the encounter .with whfch resulted in a front wheel being smashed and damage to the radiator and body of the car JOHN FRAZIER, PIONEER IN FIELD OF OUTSIDE RADIO PICKUPS. A photo of John Frazier, who is %he world's pioneer and veteran in the installation of outside pickups for radio work. His wo,k dates back to 1920, when the first program transmitted by radio station KDKA was transmitted in November. His ability in developing apparatus for use in picking up programs originating at a distance fro ma transmitting station has served as a guide for nearly all such work now being done. Mr. Frazier is connected with the Westinghouse Electric & Manufacturing Co., where he has the title of Manager of the Telephone Department, but he is also in charge of transmitting ac- tivities at KDKA. The parties were interviewed by Marshal Emerson to whom Mr. Biggs is reported to have stated that he was blinded by the glare of a locomotive headlight and at- tributed the accident to his cause. His car was not seriously dam- aged. The Jones car was picked up by the McAlpin wrecker. DISAPPEARED The local Odd Fellow Ldge has been requested to locate if possible George (Bud) Grow, age. 15; 5 feet 8 inches tall; weight 115;" fair complexion, dark brown hair, small round face; pleasing personality, small bunch or scar under left jaw near ear; very faint scar across neckin front. He disappeared from his home in Gooding, Idaho, on gust 18th and is believed to be-in this vi- cinity. Mrs. Crow is, s prorated and any information would:be ppie- elated. If Bud sees thisbe should v te aome,immediy and re- I] e'}i nioter's iety:  . 'uvshine" Sle The Sunshine Girls' Society will hold its sale of faDcy good' and donations at the T. U. hall Saturday evening, Dec. 12th at 8 o'clock. A short program will be rendered after which Mr. Ole Larsen will conduct the sale. Pro- ceeds are to be given to the Or- ,phans' Home at Paulbo, Wash., ior .Christmas. Come all who wih to do something to cheer the lit- tle unfortunate ones at the or- phanage. This is your opportun- ity to express your smpathy for the mand your chance to wish them a truly "Merry Christmas." Refreshments served. County Agent Arnold Z. Smith was a visitor in Arlington Tues- day. He states that acar of gov- ernment powder (pyrotol) order- ed by local ,people through the Citizens State Bank,!is now due to arrive. You cari't feel so good but what will make you feel better, I eo: C$ cly rug Co. Worst 0 All "he. BUYS FINE FARM NOTICE OF ELECTION Gilbert Anderson, the local Notice is hereby given %hat real estate dealer, hs recently there will be a general municipal purchased the Demons farm of 161 election on Tuesday, December acres near Clear Lake. This is a 8, 1925, for the purpose of elect- valuable property with about 25 ing a mayor, for two (2) year acres cleared and excellent build-- term, two councilmen for two (2) ings. The price paid was $10,000. year term and a Town Treasurer Mr. Anderson bought the farm as for a one-year term; and the vet- an 4nvstment and it will be man- ere aze further notified that the aged tem(porarily by his brother, Town of Arlington, Washington, Gust. is consolidated in one voting pre- The Anderson-Haskins agency]cinct and that the polls will be reports having recently sold the open in h council room at the Andrew Spencer farm of 20 acres Munici,pal Building of Arlington, at Jorden to John S. Johnson, late Washington from 8 o'clock a. m. from Minnesota, who will occupy until 8 o'clock p. m. of said day, t4e property some time after and the voting machine will be the Chri,stmas holidays, need. W. T. DILLEY, CARD OF THANKS Town Clerk. We desire hereby to express our Published Nov. 26-Dec. 3. sincere thanks to the members Of .... . .  :he Odd Fellow and Rebekah FO OVER 40Yzl h beautiful floral offerings con- Catarrh. tributed, also to all the kind HALL'S caanH )xc,n con. friends who extended their sym- WsO of an ointment which Quickly eheves by local WPplication, and the ,athy in our late bereavement in Internal Medicine, a Toic, which acts the loss of our beloved brother.I through the Blood on the Mucous Sur. faces, thus reducing the inflammation. W. E. Qackenbush, Mrs. J. E. i Sold by all druggists. Proem and family. F.J. Cheney & Co., Toledo. Ohio, l 1|lll1111111IIIlllIIIII 111111111|1 1;11111, Going to Build? Phone 2 1 i:3 or 232 if=or Your Lurr00ber DR. G. UNRAU Graduate Veterinary Surgeon Phone 61 Arlington, Washington 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, W, ash. For, reference in- quire at Valley Gem Farms. OWEN PAREER JEWELER Watches, Clocks, Silverware 727 Railroad Ave. E, R, MAHLY, OPTOMETRIST 3rd st., Opposite Post Office New Quarters, .New Equipment BETTER SERVISE Phone 51 Hours 9 a. m. to 5 p. m. m. w..of B. Meets second and fourth Monday of each month at Commercial Club rooms. FRANK HOLLIS, V. C. H. F. KLAAS, Clerk. DR. E. ., MOSE DElqTIST Offic over State  Bank. Phone 'z  l rllngton, - - - - Wa.shtagtma DR. L. S. BATDORF DENTIST Office in Riley Bldg. Hours 9 a. m. to 6 p. m. Evenings by appointment Telephone 653 Arlington, Washington o. 0. lrlln]10. 0dg I0. 127 Meets "every Tuesday night at b -'o clock. Visiting Odd Fellows al- HENRY SOUTHERN, N. G. A. J. Suttles, Sec. A. F. Bundt, F$. A. M. WENDELL Lawyer and Notary Real Etate in Connection Bonds All Kinds of Insurance Office in Teagar Building A, M, NELSON I 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 hlprosen Lodge of Vasa Orden Meets First and Third Saturday of Each Month VASA HALL A. E. LAUREN, Financier W. F. OLIVER, M. D., Physician and Surgeon Oflce: over Arlington Drug Co. G. W. HINMAN LAWYER NOTARY -- BOND5 -- INSURANCE OFFICES: Ar.lington State Bank Bldg. Phone 1 5 $ ARLINGTON, WASH. / ' A.o.u.w. No. 84 2nd J Saturday of 1 each month. All member00 {/\\;\\ and visiting Workmen invited to attend. Robertson's Hall LUTHER ORR, M. W. C. J. Murphy, Rec. W. H. Fowler, Fla. ANDERSON & HASKINS Real Estate and Insurance We pecialize in Farms Jones Building, 519 R. R. Ave Phone 1231 David Redeen Merchant Tailor We Do Cleaning and Pressing PHONE 1573 ARLINGTON, - - WASH. L. 1N1. JONES Attorney-at.Law--Notary PublJe ARLINGTON. WAKH.: G. W." COOK Lawyer 821 Stokes Bldg. Everett, Wash.