Ukiah Dispatch Democrat from Ukiah, California on December 1, 1939 · Page 2
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PAGE TWO DISPATCH DEMOCRAT. UKIAH, CALIFORNIA DISPATCeElHOCRAT B. A. COBER PUBLISHES Pabltohed Each rrid«7 at MO But SUndlejp St., UUab, Mendooino Connty, California BDBI^OBimoiir BAnS: Per Year $2J(0Thm Mortis I .80 Six Months IJIO One Month io Single Copiea to >ion -B (tbscrlbets 10 eents Commenilal Advertiiinc Rates: Readers, aOc per line insertion, ISc per line each subsequent insertion. Readers set in 7 point type, which is the body ol this newspaper. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 1. 1939 $12,000 Christinas Club Fund in Coast Cities In Port Bragg and Mendocino City an estimated $12,000 will be paid put December 1 to members of the Christmas club, according to information given out by the Bank of America. Reports disclose that not only are the Christmas club members Increasing In number, but that the average amount of the Individual savings Is also Increasing. Judge W. D. L. Held was presiding in the Superior Court of Sonoma county Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday of tills week. LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE OF SALE BY ADMINISTRATOR OF REAL, PROPERTY In tho Superior Court of the State of California In and for the County of Mendocino. In the Matter of the Estate of MARY KETCHUM, Deceased. No. 6477. J^OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN fhdt the undersigned Administrator of the Estate of Mary Ketchum, deceased, will sell at private sale to the highest bidder for cash and subject to conflrmation by said Superior Court, on Tuesday, January 19, 1940, at the hour of ten o'clock a. m., or after said day, at the law office of J. W. Kingren, In the Preston Building, in the City of Ukiah, County of Mendocino, State of California, all the rlRht, title, interest, and estate of the said Mary Ketchum, at the time of her death, and all the right, title, and interest that tho said estate has by operation of law or othei- Svlse acquired other than or in ad- dftion to that of the said Mary Ketchum at the time of her death in and to that certain parcel of land particularly described as follows, to-wit; That certain lot or parcel of land situate in the City of Point Arena, County of Mendocino, State of California, and being particularly described as follows, to-wit: Commencing at the Northeast corner of the lot belonglnpr to Albert Andrae, and known as lot S in block 3 as described on the official map of the town of Point Arena, County of Mendocino, State of California, now on record in the County Recorder's office at Ukiah, in said County and State, thence run- ntnji in a westerly direction or alonp the northern boun- dai-y line of said lot 5, distant 145 feet to lot known as the T. .T. Roseman lot. now owned by Matildc Mazetta and Charles Palmer; thence northerly along the eastern tmundai-y line of said Roaenian lot, now owned by said Matilde Mazetta and said Charles Palmer, distant 39 Vi feet to an iron stake, thence easterly in a direct line to Mnin street, distant 148 feet, , and thence aoutheily along the western side of Main street, in the said town of Point Arena, distant SS^j feet, to the said place of commencement. The same being a part and portion of lot 4 in block 3 of the said town of Point Arena. Resei-vinp from this description however, a certain right of way, for the benefit of the owner of said Charles Palmer lot. and his heirs and aasigns, to be used by the owner of said Palmer lot, for the purpose of hauling wood, etc., to and from the back yard of a portion of -said lot 4, block 3. upon which no Improvements is now erected thereon. Terms and conditions of sale; Cash In lawful money of the United States of America, ten per cent of the purchase price to be paid on day of sale, balance on confirmation of sale by the Court. Dated: January 29. 1939. D. C. SMITH, . Administrator of the Estate of Mary Ketchum, deceased. J. W. KINOREN, Attorney for Administrator. dec 1.8.1,"! W. E. Hughes Rites Held W. E. Hughes, a resident of this city for the past 55 years, was laid to rest in Ukiah cemetery on Friday morning. Funeral services were conducted from Eversole Mortuary at 11:00 a. m. of that day by the Rev. F. A. Lashier. Mrs. Mary Dane was soloist and Mrs. Lashier was orgEuiist. Hughes passed away at his home on Gobbl street Wednesday evening, November 22. Deceased was bom in Texas S6 years ago and came to Ukiah when he was one year of age. He is survived by a son, Richard E. Hughes of Ukiah, and two sisters, Mrs. Elsie Rusco of UklAh and Mrs. Eva Betts of SScramenlo. RENTAL TROUBLES PACIFIED THROUGH REDWOOD JOURNAL CLASSIFIEDS. LEGAL NOTICE Boonville Responds Nearly 100 Percent To Line Service The Boonville district responded almost 100 percent to tho farm line demonstration put on at Boonville Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday of last week. Phllo did respond the full 100 percent, every telephone In that area coming forward for examination, J. W. Reilly witnessed the demonstration, went out, closed down his apple dryer and rounded up every telephone oWner in tho area. He brought tho'se telephones In to the last one. i The Boonville Rural Telephone Company hired George Gowan to check up on the company's telephones. Gowan took down 22 telephones, had them examined and replaced them in the farm homes. Many of the overhaul jobs would have run into money had the own-, er been paying for the work done. The Pacific Telephone and Telegraph Company is enthusiastic over the response to the demonstration and the owners are insured better service for months to come. So great was the response that the demonstration v/as continued a day beyond the time announced. TELEPHONE SERVICE IN ACTION State Highway Patrolman Fred [ Hamilton was at Boonville Friday to speak on traffic safety before the Mendocino Study Club. LEGJ^L NOTICE CERTIFIOATE OF TRANSACTING BUSINESS UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LOCAL Classified Ad Rates 1 time :"lOc per line' 3 times 20c per line 6 times 30c p^r line Count 5 Words to the Line ; Minimum Change SOo • FOR SALE New! New! COME IN and see the new Fall draperies. Just In. Be the first to have these lovely new fabrics in your home. Homespuns, linens, cretonnes and damasks — from H .aO a pair up. Ukiah Furniture Co. Free Delivery Easy Terms FOR SALE—Graded apples, Starks Delicious and good-keeping winter varieties, 40-lb. boxes, 75c; bring containers. C. H. Luce, Big Oaks Auto Camp, So. State St., Ukiah. 65t4p NOnOE OF TIME AND PLACE SET FOR HEARING PETITION TO ESTABLISH FACT OF BIRTH In the Superior Court of the State of California, in and for the County of Mendocino. In the Matter of the Petition of FRANK MILLER to Establish the Birth of Frank Miller. No. 6479. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a petition to establish the fact of birth of Frank Miller has been filed In this Court, and that the 8th day of December, 1930, at the hour ol ten o'clock a. m. of said day, and the court room of the above entitled court, at the Court House in the City of Ukiah, County of Mendocino, State of California, have been set as the time and place for the hearing of said petition, when and where any person interested may appear and contest the same and show cause, if any they have, why said petition should not be granted. For further particulars reference Is made to said petition on file. Dated this 13th day of November, 1939. H. M. BURKE, Cl^k. By W. A. Thornton, Deputy Clerk CHARLES KASCH, Attorney for Petitioner. nov 17,24 dec 1 LEGAL NOTICE I DO HEREBY CERTIFY: That my full name is Jack. R. Smith and that my place of residence is 103 South State Street, Ukiah, California; that I am transacting burliness at Room 3, Marks Building, Ukiah, Mendocino county, California, under the fictitious name of MENDOCINO COUNTY CREDIT BUREAU, and that I am the sole owner of said business. Dated: November 29, 1939. JACK B. SMITH. State of California, County of Mendocino, sa. JACK R. SMITH, being first duly sworn deposes and says: that he Is the person named in the foregoing certificate; that ho has read said certificate and knows tho contents thereof; and that the same is tiuc of his own knowlediTc. JACK R. SMITH. Subscribed and sworn to before me. this 29th day of November, 1939, a notary public in and for the County of Mendocino, State of California. WILL VAN DYKE, My Commission expires April 2, 1941 dec 1,8,15,22 Boonville and vicinity responded almost 100 pev cent when the Paciflc Telephone & Telegraph Company offered farm line demonstration. The rural telephone company hired Its lineman, George Gowan, to round up the telephones of tlio compan.y and bring them in to the demonstration. Gowun unhooked and ri^pluced 22 t.ele- phones. Philo gave 100 |»cr ottnt response. Aliove, A. H. Hurlock, mumigcr of the Pacific Telephone & Tolcgrupli Company In the county, and George Gowan are shown at work. ni .sf.A 'rc'ii -DKiioi'iiA 'i' i'iio-i« VITAL STATISTICS LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE TO CREDITORS NOTICE OF SALE LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE TO CREDITORS In the Superior Court of the State of California, In and for the County of Mendocino. In the Matter of the Estate of FRANCES M. TINDALL, also known as MRS. F. M. TINDALL, also known as F. M. TINDALL, Deceased. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN by the undersigned, the administrator of the Estate of Frances M. TIndall. also known as Mrs. F. M. Tindall, also known as F. M. TIn­ dall, Deceased, to the creditors of and all persons having claims against said decedent to file them with the necessary vouchers within six months after the first publication of this notice. In the office of the Clerk of the above named Court, or to exhibit them with the necessary vouchers within six months after the first publication of this notice to said administrator at the law offices of Will Van Dyke, in the Marks Building, in the City of UitlBh. Mendocino county, California, which said last named place the undersigned administrator selects as the place of business in all mattei-s appertaining to the said estate of said Franc.^j M. Tindall, Deceased, JOHN nNDALL, As Administrator of said Estate. WILL VANDYKE, Attorney for said Administrator. First publication In Ukiah Dispatch-Democrat, November 10. 1939. nov 10,17,24 dec 1 WHEREAS, In an action in partition commenced in the Superior Court of the State of California, in and for the County of Mendocino, wherein Hazel Ackerman Bcrryhill is plaintiff and Syble Ackerman Smith is defendant, being number 13578 on the files of said Court, a Judgment was duly entered that the real property hereinafter described be sold at public auction, to the highest bidder, upon notice given in the manner required for the sale of property on execution, and that the sale be made for cash, subject to confirmation by said Court, and the undersigned was appointed sole referee to sell said property: NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that I will on Saturday, the 2nd day of December, 1939, at 9:30 a. m. of said day. in front of the Court House door at the East entrance of the Mendocino county Court House in Ukiah. County of Mendocino, State of California, sell to the highest bidder at public auction for lawful money of the United States, and subject to conflrmation by said Superior Court, all that certain real property situated in the City of Ukiah. County of Mendocino, State of California, and particularly described as follows, to-wit: COMMENCING at an iron stake driven in the ground, and marking the Southwest corner of Block numbered Twenty (20) in the Town of Ukiah City, as said Block is so designated and delineated pn the official map of said Town now of record in the office of the County Recorder of the County of Mendocino, said point of beginning being also the intersection of the North line of Stephenson street with the East line of Oak street, as said streets are delineated and so designated on said official map; thence from .said point of beginning a distance of 48 feet; thence running Easterly and parallel with the said North line of Stephenson street 100 feet to the land of McGarvey:" thence Southerly along the West line of Lot of McGarvey 48 feet to the North line of Stephenson street, and thence along said North line Westerly 100 feet to the point of beginning. ALSO a perpetual right to use as a right of way and to travel at a point on the East line of said Oak street 48 feet Northerly from the Southwest corner of said Block numbered 20. running thence Northerly along said East line of Oak street a distance of .fix feet, thence Easterly narallel with the North line of Stephenson street 100 feet to the land of McGarvey; thence Southerly along the W ^est line of Lot of McGnrvev 0 feet, and thence Westerly to the Doint of beginning. That the above real property Is the same real property described in the Decree of Distribution mnde and entered In the above entitled Court on the 18th day of August. 1933. in the mntter of the estate of Mrs. Mnrv Ackerman, being numbered 6373 upon the files of said Court. Dated: Ukiah, California. November 8th, 19.19. W. B. HAGANS, Referee, nov 10,17,24 dec 1 In the Superior Court of tho State of California in and for the County of Mendocino. In the Matter of the Estate of MARY KETCHUM, Deceased. No. 6477. Notice is hereby given by the undersigned Admlnl.strator of the Estate of Mary Ketchum, deceased, to the creditors of, and all persona having claims against the said deceased, to file their claims with the necessary vouchers within six months after the first publication of this notice, in the office of the Clerk of the Superior Court o^ tho State of California in and for the County of Mendocino, in the City of Ukiah. County of Mendocino, State of California, or to present said claims with the necessary vouchers within six months after the fli'st publication of this notice, to the said administrator at the office of J. W, Kingrcn. In the Preston Building, in the City of Ukiah, County of Mendooino, State of California, which sakl office the undersigned selects as his place of business in all matters connected with the said estate of Mary Ketchum, deceased. Dated: December 1, 19,S9. D. C. SMITH, Administrator of the Estate of Mary Ketchum, Deceased. .1. W. KINGBEN. Preston Building, Ukiah, California, Attorney for Administrator. dec 1,8,15,22 BIRTHS Mr. and Mrs. John B. English, Fort Bragg, mm, Jiime.i Robert .. Oct. l.'i Mr. and Mrs. We.sley Howard Fern.mdcz, Fort Bram?, duut;ht«r, Judith Anne Oct. 29 Mr. and Mr.s. Darrell William Ford, Willits, son, Delnian nanull Oct, 3 Di-. and Mrs. Donald Asbury, Ukl;ih. KOJI , Jiilm Anthony ... Oct. 4 Mr. and IVIrs. Edmnnd H.aycs, VVilllts, daughler, Liuirol Ann Oct. 28 Mr. and Mrs. Roy II, Hnytcr, Fort Bragg, .son, LoRoy Wllliiini .. Oct. 37 Mr. and Mrs. Henry Goodwin. Covolo, son, KuKOne Chuiio.s Oct. 8 Mr. and Mrs. Carl E. Johnson, F'ort Bnass, daughter, Ciuol Janettc Oct. U Mr. and Mrs. Harold Leslie Kirk. Ukiah, xnn, Ijiwrenco Curti.s .... Oct. 26 Dr. and Mrs. William Dinsmoin Lane, Port Bragg, son, William Carroll, stillborn ±- Oct. 22 FOR SALE—Saddle horse, gentle; cheap for quick sale. Inq. ill W. Perkins St., ph. 102. 65t3p FOR SALE —10 brood sows with pig. Triangle G Ranch, phone Willits 28F 22. 63t3p FOR SALE —50 head old ewes, price reasonable. Write Mrs. Annie Waugh, Ukiah. 63t3p Radio Clearance Sale! CONSOLES Airline Super _ — $11.76 Airline, like new 22.60 Majestic, 8-tube 7.50 Phllco 14.80 Stewart-Warner 19.75 TABLE MODELS Philco $ 7.80 Philco _ - 19.75 Fada 7.50 Philco '39 Auto 15.00 These radios are overhauled In our shop and carry new radio guarantee. Merk Radio Shop "The Shop of Service" Opp. Theatre Ukiah 86tfo FOR RENT—Modern 4-rm. cottage, furp., garage, iltHltle«!'$2S. A. A|| Hamilton. . NI Cdunty Farm. 63t3p FOR RENT — Large 4-rm. furn. apt., gas, heat, lights, water furn, 607 So. State St. 65t8^> FOR SALE—Radio, RCA cabinet, 5-tube, good condition. 720 Hazel Ave, phono 116. 63t3c FOR .SAIJi; — Shingle mill, small . sawmill. Inq. P. O. Box CO-l. 64t3p FOR SALE—Black seed oats, 2c per lb. Inquire Laughlin Ranch, 5 mi. N of Calpclla on Redwood highway. ll-20mp FOR SALE—300 8-mo. old W. L. pullets, all laying, $9.00 doz. Inquire Poulti-y Producers, phone 268. ll-23mp SOMETHING NEW —Personalized paper cocktail napkins, luncheon napkins, dinner napkins, guest towels, with your name printed on them; $1.50 set. See samples at Redwood Journal. 64tfc FOR SALE-One 6-year-old Stand- ai'd bred pacing harness horse, gelding, and speed; would make a fine saddle horse if de- sii'cd; has earned $1000 on track; ab.iolutely sound. C. L. Roberts, 4,12 3rd St., Santa Rosa. 63t3c FOR FALL PLANTING — Goums, Columbine, delphiniums, snapdragons and many others, at low prices. Expert garden work done by H. Powell, 125 Ford St. ll-2mp FOR RENT-^2-rm. furn. apt., bath, gar. 536 No. State St. 65t8p FOR RENT — Upstairs furn. apt., close In; no children. Inq. 718 No. Oak St. or ph. 708 J, 65tf6 FOR RENT —Furn. cabin. Mrs. Tomllnson, N Bush near Orr Ck. 65t3p FOR RENT —Green Cottages on Main St., completely turn. See Dan Cohen, ph. 618, or 679 after 6:00 p. m. 89tfo FOR RENT—2-rm. cabin, completely furn. See Dan Cohen, ph. 618, or 079 after 8:00 p. m. 89tfo FOR RENT—2-rm. furn. apt. 214 Norton, 2 blocks from business district. S6tfo • LOST AND FOUND LOST—White and black fox terrier. 513 Walnut, phone. 688. 63t3c FOR SALE OR RENT—Fixtures In grocery store, 415 No. State St., Ultiah, Including large refrigerator, moat 'sheer, scales, cash register and all other equipment. Inquire A. Bon, Bon's, 24 Valley St., Willits. ll-20mc SINGER SEWING MACHINES— New and used treadles and electrics; expert repairs. 100 East Standley St. 10-30mp MISCELLANEOUS BABIES OR SMALL CHILDREN taken care of by day or month In nurse's home; can give highest recommendations; rates reasonable. For information ph. 333. 62tfo FOR SALE—Univeisal stove, wood and gas; gin's bicycle. 615 West Church St. 62t6p APPLES—Spitzenburg and Pippins, 75c large box; apple cider, 40c gal,, dellycrcd. La Cima Ranch, phone 22 Y 12. . 10-30mc USED CARS priced for quick .sale. Inq. Co hen's Cabin No. 2, Ukiah. 64t3c FOR SALE — 1935 l",&-ton GMC truck, A -1 condition; see at the Staiier Chevrolet, Port Bragg. Owner Dr. N. F. Robinson, Boonville, phone Boonville 11. 8t3c Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Nelson Langland, Covolo, son, Ricliar<l Allen Sept. 30 Mr. and Mrs. Jerry L<iucks, tlidah, son, Ji 'rry l .i 'Ucy ... Oct. 27 Mr. and Mrs. Mclvin Otis McDonald, Willit.s, daughter, filenda .« '^'fr," "• . • , ,. , • ^1 I ^OR SALE -'35 Plymouth coupe, Mr. and Mrs. Evert Maheiy. Fori Brugt;, son, Kennetii Kduard .. Oct. 1 « „ Mr. and Mrs. Victor John Meadows, Willits, ilauglitor, Barbara Ann Oct. 12 Mr. and Mrs. Theodore R. Potior, Fort lliatsg, son, William Charles Oct. 23 Mr. and Mrs. Theodore R. Pujlrn, Westport, daughter Oct. 30 Mr. and Mrs. Walter Montgoinery Reed, Westport, twins, .son and daughter Oct. 2U Mr. and Mrs. Robert Renicij, UKiah, daughter. .Josephine Oct. 24 Mr. and Mrs. Manual Anthony Rodriqucz, Fort Bragg, daughter Oct. 28 Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ross, Laughlin, son, Liitlier William Oct. 27, 1911 Mr. and Mrs. Layden Sauciei-. Fort Bragg, daughter, Betty Ann Oct. 17 Mr. and Mrs. James Lcn Stephens, Ukiah, daughter. Linda Fay Oct. 29 Mr. and Mrs. George H. Terry, Rockport, daugliter, Judy Darlone Oct, 7 Mr. and Mrs. Harold R. Watson, Fort Bragg, son. Vorn Peter .. Oct. 1 Mr. and Mrs. Mervyn H. Winsby, P'ort Bragg, daughter, Beverly Arlino , Oct 1 Mr. niul MIS . Lloyd Stanford B.nrra .ss, Covi 'lo. son. William Dale Oct. 18 Mr. and Mis. Elwood T. B.'ixman, F(>rt Bragg, daughter, Clier- yle Helone Oct. 13 Mr. and Mrs. Claud Alex Blair, Willits, daughter, Nettie Ellen .... Oct. 14 Mr. aiKt Mrs. William Mervin Bowles, Fort Bragg, son. Russell Gordon Oct. 17 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE OF TIME AND PLACE SET FOR HEARING PETITION TO ESTABLISH FACT OF BIRTH In the Superior Court of the State of California, in and for the County of Mendocino. In the Matter of the Petition of KATE HALLIDAY to Establish the Births of Mary Edith Halliday, James Albert Halliday, Joseph Henry Halliday, Charles Gordon Halliday, Benjamin Franklin Halliday. Emma Florence Halliday, Thomas William Halliday, Helen Gertrude Halliday Sorensen, and Bertha Merle Halliday Meamber. No. 6480. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that on the 14th day of November, 1939. Kate Halliday, filed in this court, her verified petition, praying to have iudlcially established the fact of the births of Mary Edith Halliday, James Albert Halliday, Joseph Heni-y Halliday, Charles Gordon Halliday. Benjamin Franlt- lln Halliday, Emma Florence Halliday, Thomas William Halliday, Helen Gertrude Halliday Sorensen, and Bertha Merle Helliday Meam­ ber. respectively, children of said Kate Halliday, and that thereafter the Court and the Clerk thereof appointed Friday, the 8th day of December, at the hour of ten o'clock In the forenoon of said day and date, at the court room of this court, at the Court House in the City of Ukiah, County of Mendocino, State of Cnllfornia, as the time and place of the iiearing of sold petition, and all pei'bons interested in said matter are hereby notified, then and there to appear to show cause, if any they haye, why said petition shoultl not he granted and the fact of said birtlis. respectively, established of record by the order of the above entitled Cour^. Dated this 14th day of November, 193D. H. M. BURKE, County Clerk of Mendocino County, and cx-Officio Clerk of said Superior Court. Bv W. A. Thornton, Deputy. J. W. KINGREN, Attorney for Petitioner. nov 17,24 dee 1 Mr. and Mrs. Robert Douglas Brown, Willits, son, Randolph Douglas _ Oct. 14 Mr. and Mrs. Eryin Walter Burke, Ukiah, son, Kenneth William Oct. 1 Dr. and Mrs. Glenn A. Carlson, Fort Bragg, daughter, Ann Oct. 27 Mr. and Mrs. Edward Mervin Carver Willits, son, Raymond Ronald ^ Oct. 26 Mr. and Mi 'S. Damo Calvin Chambers, T.Ikiah, son, Wesley Eugene Oct. 7 Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wiliiani Crist, Ukiah, son, Robert Lew Oct. 6 Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Franklin Elliott, Willits, daughter. Margaret Ruth Oct. 28 Mr. and Mrs. Robert Albert Summers, Laytonville, son, Robert Marion Oct. 11 DEATHS Lizzie Ellen Bartow, 7.1. Willits Oct. 21 Louisa M. Coleman, ,34, Tulmagc Oct. 20 Buddie Dagget, 60, Talmapo Oct 9 Leo Faust, 63, Talmage Oct. 17 Patrick F'an'San, 68, Talmage Oct. 6 Merle Janette Forrester, 39, Hopland Oct. 22 Adela I,ouise Ghiossi, 60, Fort Bragg Oct. 24 Charles Francis Hammond, 91, Ukiah Oct. 8 Matt Hellrnan, 51, WUlits Oct. 1 Henry (Hariy) B. Hinkson, ,'59, Fort Biagg Oct. 17 Sophie Hitchcocii, 98, Potter Valley Oct. 20 Davida Johnson, (iO, Talmage Oct. 4 William McAllister, 66, Talmage Oct. 8 Edwin A. Mcintosh. HI, Willits ' Ort. 17 Louise Lampi, G3, Retiwood'Vjilley Oct. 1 William Carroll Lone, stillljorn, Fort Bragg Oct. 21 Anna Marie Lattu, 60, Fort Bragg Oct. 21 Carl Llndqulst, 70, Talmage Oct. 22 Amanda Medora Jlolman Mankins, 84, Ukiah Oct. 3 Edna Ftuth Miller, 13, Calpolla Oct. 29 Olga Sofia Nelson. 76, Fort" Bragg Oct. 2 Emelia Sari Pallin'. 02, The Forks nc'ar Ukiah Oct. 16 Baby boy and baby girl Reed, twin sister and brothei-, Weslpi rt Oct. 26 Ed Do Shiides, 95, Pinoleville Oct. 2 John Steele, 70, Talmage Oct. 2S Robert L. Stockton, 72, Talnungc Oct. 7 FOR SALE -1930 Dodge 6 pickup, new paint, a nice Job, $110; 1930 Chevrolet Sedan, new paint, a real buy, $85.00; 1929 DeSoto Six, good transportation, $45.00. B. O. Price, phone 111, Ukiah. 65tfc WANTED TO RENT WANTED—To rent 3 or 4 rms. on lot by self, max. $15. in or near Ukiah. Write do P. O. Box 442. 65t3p FOR SALE—Chester White brood sows and pigs. Vallandlgham Ranch, Potter Valley. 46tfc 1938 DRY WOOD —4-foot lengths $5 per cord, 2-foot lengths $6.50, 16-ln. lengths $8. Odell Ranch, Ukiah. 10-2mc TRESPASS NOTICES — Protect your property during lire and huntlngseaions. Use trespa-ss notices printed at the Redwood Journal. Price-s: 6, $2: 12, W.SO; 25, $3.50; 50, $5; 100, $8. Call at office, or phone or mall your order, ttx SARATOGA SPRINGS solicits your patronage for dinners and card parties; open all year. Phone or write Saratoga Springs, Lake Co. 10-23t3mo ^ Auto Loans Contracts rewritten. Payments reduced. Cash at once v'lether your oar Is paid for or not Strictly confidential. No <^ signers. See Mr. McCARTER,'W Frank H. Reid's 3rd and B Sts., Santa Rosa. 6-12tfO EMPLOYMENT WANTED--Middle aged lady for care of child, housework; ranch, modern conveniences; experience, references req. Box 333, Journal. 63t3p • WANTED TO BUY WANTED—For cash, all kinds of livestock, v. H. Clark, ph. 16F2], Willits, Calif. ll-27mp TO BUY—Small sawmill, must be in good condition. C. E. Gunn, ph. Willits 28F 22. 63t3p Real Estate Wanted Will buy 1000 acres logged-off Mendocino land. W. Elliott, 824 Montgomery St., San Francisco. 282tfc BLUE PRINTING — Draughting, plans. J. A. Kirk. 436 No. SchooT St. ll-2mp DANCING CLASS ireglstratlon now. Helen Averoil, ph. 510. Classes open Sept. 27. 46t3c Dine and Dance THE AURORA at Nice, Lake County's most exclusive dining and entertainment center. Orchestra music nightly. Populjj prices. Parties solicited. Phone Nice 411. 3-27-39yc BOOK MATCHES—Order through the Redwood Journal. Fine selection of covers to choose from. Phone No. 1, a representative will call. 7tfc nOCINO COUNTY SUPERIOR COURT NEW CASES FILED Novemlicr 21, 1939 Civil Case No. 13597—Irene Branscomb vs. Amos Branscomb: Complaint for divorce filed through Attorneys Geary & Tauzer of Santa Rosa. Plaintiff alleges that parties Intermarried on Sept. 18, 1930, at Willits, and separated on Sept. 18, 1939; that there is certain community property, and that defendant has been guilty of extreme cruelty. Plaintiff asks for a decree of divorce; for the custody of the chiidi-en, for the award of certain community property; that defendant repay plaintiff the sum of $1200; that defendant pay $250 per month for support of plaintiff and children, and $250 for counsel fees and $75.00 costs. Case No. 13598—Joseph Poma and Elizabeth Poma vs. Robert S. Williams and Lydia Williams: Complaint filed through Attorney James E. Bu.sch. .Esq., seeking to foreclose a mortgage on real pi'op*u't.v given in securit.y of a pi'omissory note executed on May 11, 1937, in the sum of $2600.00. PRINTING—letterheads, envelopes, cards, booklets, programs, trespass notices, etc., rubber stamps, sales books. For first class work and prompt service bring your prlnt- Insr business to The Redwood Journal. Ukiah tlx ROBBERY Joyce Summers, 10 months. Ukiah George N. Teale, 91, Willits Glenn A. Tullis, tr,, Talmage Oct. 23 Oct. 23 Oct. 2K Indian Service Head Visits Reservation Dr. Joseph H. Smyth, lirad of the Indian .Service in Lake and Mi-ndociiio county, Ruth Murphy, Indian nurse, and Dorothy Spurling, county nutritionist, viiited tlie school at tlie Re.servu- tion in Round Valley Wednesday. and oi)S',-rve(l llie serving of the .'X'liool iuncli. which is being carried oil under liiglily .succi'.s.sful conditions ill. tlio Reservation f.ciiool. Dr. Smydi was ui ihc valley to confer with Dr. J, E. Mooy and Miss Murpliy to siiiierinleiiri u well baby coniciencc. • MIS. E. M . Fine accompanied Mis.'; T':abei Rceder from Crescent Miss Spurling discii.s.sed nutrition |ci(y niui wa,s a giK'.sl over Thanks- problems with tlie Indian mothers j Riving lioliday.s in the liome of Mr. and ob.served the .serving of tiie i and Mrs. A. B. Slipp, NovoiulKir 22, 1939 Civil Case No. 13599 - La Rlnnge Andrews vs. Minnie Henderson: Complaint (lied tliroueh Attorneys Barrett & McConnell of Santa Rosa, seeking a rescission of a certain leave and for the recovery of moneys paid thereunder. Case No. 13600 -CalifornlB Lands, Inc. vs. Louis L. Silver: Complaint tiled through Attorneys Preston & Oihsnn, seeking Jiulgmcnt for restitution of ))remises di'scribed in cnmplaint and for damages for the rents and prollls of said aniountintr to $75.00 j^ei* month, together with costs -'f suit. COIKT I'ROCKKDINGS Novemlier 24, 1930 Pr 'bnlo Kstnip of Charles Frederick Daylev: Petition to comnromise claim for death of deceased nrantrd, Giinrdianshio of Jessie L. Silverla: Hearing of seventh and final i )c- count ind report continued to Nov. 27. 1939. Kstate of F'ilnmenn Vera: Continued to n.^c. S, 1939, for filing of account. Kstate of Amelia Souza: Same or(ier. ICstale of Joe Viern: .Same or­ der. Estate of Edward Miller: Hear-1 ing of final account and report' continued to Dec. 8, 1939. Estate of Mattl Juntilla: Hearing of first and final account and petition for distribution continued to Dec. 1. 1939. Estate of Gustaf Nelson: First account and report appro\'ed as rendered. Guardianship of Robert Howard Mason: Petition for allowance of $12.00 per month granted for one year, commencing Sept. 1, 1939. Estate of C. J. Pesula: Hearing of return of sale of personal property to E. J. Pesula for $1380 continued to Nov. 27, 1939. Estate of Mary Ketchum: D. C. Smith appointed administrator and C. M. Mannon as appraiser. Estate of Andrew G. Hurt: Madge G. Lyons appointed admin­ istratrix, bond $100 if surety, other- wiso $200. Guardianship of Alma E. Goranson: Hearing of petition for appointment of guardian continued to Dec. 22, 19.39. Civil Porter M. Johnson vs. Ruth Johnson: Default of defendant entered and matter referred to J. E. Pemberton as referee to take the testl- mon.v. The First National Bank of Ukiah vs. J. V. Hildreth: Continued to Nov. 27, 1939, for order on disposition of wafrarit for $125 from City of Ukiah. Minnie S. Ldley vs. Bank of America et al: Submitted for decision. Gertrude Sieving et al vs. Vito Bologna et al: Motion to tax costs granted hy stipulation. Vivian Staley vs. J. A. MeCiurken: Continued to Dec. 1, 1939, to be set for further hearing. Carroll B. Rusco vs. Clara F. Sagehorn et al: Hearing of demurrers of H. L. Preston and Charles Parks continued In I")ec. 1, 1939. Crlniiiiul Matter of James Wallace on Habeas Corpus: Ord<'red on calendar of Dec. 1, 1939, for further proceedings. People vs. Sakol: Probation denied and defendant fined $300 for violation of Section 502 Vehicle Code (drunken driving) or one day in iail for each $2.00 of said fine. ' People vs. Lorenzo E. G.schwcnd: Defendant arraigned on charge of manslaughter and continued to Dec. 1, 1939 for entry of niea. People vs. Frank I.,awrence: Continued to Dec. 1. 1939, for ai- PURITY STORE N FORT BRAGG IS ENTERED One of Series Of Robberies in Chain Stoi'es The Purity Store in Fort Bragg was robbed Friday night and the sum of $36 taken by the robbers. There has been a series of robberies of Purity Stores in the state and it is probable that the robbery In Port Bragg is one of a number perpetrated by the same person or gang, according to Shorlff E. L. Williams. The method of procediu'e is about the same in each case and the work is apparently that of an expert. A hole was cut with abracc and bit through the roof and then the ceiling of the Purity Store. Purity Stores keep tlielr money at night in the meat box. The padlock was broken and the cash box robbed. The Purity Store in Fort Bragg is located on Franklin street, next door to "Pop" Marshall'.s, in the heart of town. A four-foot alley separate.s the Purity and Marshall's and to the roof by way of the alley is an easy matter, according to Sheriff Willla«is, who Investigated the robbery. • Mrs. Olga Milne of Santa Rosa, her son, Le Roy and daughter. Miss Marjorle, were guests on ThankSr giving day In the home of Dr. afft Mrs. Raymond Milne of Talmage. The Milne home was formerly at Talmage. raignment on charge of violation 9! Section 261 Penal Code (rape).

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