Ukiah Dispatch Democrat from Ukiah, California on January 30, 1948 · Page 1
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Ukiah, California
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Friday, January 30, 1948
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TEli MILE ASSAULT TRIAL DAFE PICKED Pe+e Farina, Coast Woodsman, Accused Of Axe Attack Trial of the case of the People agaiiist Pete Farina, coast woodsman, was set Friday for Monday, February 2. .Trial will be before a jury and the law Arm of Burlte & Rawles/will conduct the, defense. / On the' night of August 17, in Camp Nb. 2 of Ten Mile Woods, Farina lis accused of a deadly assault/on Randolph David Friel, another woodsman of the lumber camp, who received a deep gash in his shoulder from a 2.bitted axe, allegedly swung by Farina. The assault took place after dark as Friel was going to his cabin and had just passed Farina's cabin. At the preliminary hearing before Justice W. S. Van Dyke in XTklah on November 11, Friel did not testify to any previous trouble with Farina and the evidence he gave seemed to indicate an unprovoked attack. When asked by District Attorney Busch how deep the axe bit into his neck, Friel said it bit plenty de,p,'and when asked, "Did you bleed?" Friel said, "I damn near bled to death. If it wasn't fpr Missouri, I guess I would have." Missouri was one of the woodsmen, who aided Friel and accompanied the ambulance that took him to a Fort Bragg hospital. Last Friday a jury venire of 40 names was drawn, from which the trial jury will be selected. The list follows: Fort Bragg, Madge Bacci, Ida BaSly, L. C. Felder, A. E. Johnson, FauneiU Kitti, C. B. Melville, S. I. Rose, Elizabeth Spaulding, J, A. Toretta, John West. Uklah, Fred Clemons, Everett Cox, Wesley Cox, W. M. Eilers, Karl Holzhauser, Betty Hopper, Orletta Oden. Willits, Ira Branch,' Ernest Gregston, Mecca McPeak. Point Arena, F. L. Bridgen, E. A. Cox. • Cummings, Henry Buick, E. A. Kessler, J. C. Senteney. \ liaytonville, Veva Downing,, Alma- Geiger. • Philp, Clara Dightman. Mendocino, Kenneth Jones, Emily Tyrrell. Branscomb, Carl Mandahl. Bell Springs, Matthew Milsted. BOonville, Harry Nissen. .Co.velo ^Jame,s Osborne^ Gualala, Will am Pierce. Rfedwood Valley, Alfred Simmons. Orr Springs, Leonard Singley. Longvale, Charles . UndefhiU. . Caspar, Violet Williams. MeniJoeino CounyyV Pioneer Newtpqper DISPATCH-DEMOCRAT OFFICE: 164 East Standley St Published for 78 Years Weekly. Digest of Mendocino.; County ;Newi City, 'Hural and County News,From Every Section of Mendocino County DISPATCH-DEMOCRAT: Phone IJkiah Number O— VOLUME LXXIX UKIAH. MENDOCINO COUNTY, ^CALIFORNIA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 30, 1948 NUMBER, 17 Changes Are Forecast In Business Qwerships Three old-established businesses in Ukiah have been in the process of changing ownerships during the past week, one of which has been consummated, another is publishing the notice of sale at this time, while the third shows signs of completion by the weekend.-* A. H. Harris of Ukiah and gut^ne GES FirC Damage Suit Filed For togress iace Golden West iMotor Manager Promoted Lee Caster, manager of the Golden West Motor Supply Company since its establishment here, has been promoted to comptroller of the J. Clayton Cridlebaugh Enterprises with headquarters at Santa Rosa, to manage the extensive holdings in Los Angeles, San Diego, Sacramento and Santa Rosa. Wallape O. Morrison of Ukiah, will succeed Mr. Caster as manager of the Golden West business here. Morrison is wellknown in Ukiah and has been with the local business for several months, and •will continue the high-class service established by his predecessor. Mr. Ca.ster has made many friends during his time as head of the Golden West, all of whom will be glad to hear ot his advancement with his company, at the same time regretting that the change will take him away from Uklah. L. P. Ames of Calistoga are to become owners of the Enright Electrical Store on February 10, according to the notice of sale being published. . , Mr. Ames, long a resident,of Calistoga, the former home tov/n of Mr. Harris, recently disposed of a hardware business there which he had operated for the past 25 years. Present plans are that Mrs. Ames and their two children, a son and daughter, will remain in Calistoga for the present. Their plans are to move the electrical business, to the Harris building on Seminary avenue, which until recently was occupied by the Harris Upholstery. The sale of the Mustard Garage & Machine Shop to Frank Carpenter and removal of the equipment to the Riva Motor Sales building on East Clay street is told in a story elsewhere in this issue. Negotiations for the purchase of Morty's Magazine and Stationery Store at State and Smith streets have been in progress for the past week, but have not reached the point of announcing a change of ownership, although owner and prospective buyer are apparently in agreement in all respects. Neither Mr. Enright nor Mr. Morty have indicated what they will do after releasing ownershii^ of businesses with which they have been identified for so many years. Drunk Driver Pays Three Fines $105 Arrested by Deputy Sheriff Curtis HoUingsworth after a wild race along the Branscomb road, Carl Oiler paid .$105 after his hearing in the court of Justice V/oodruff of Laytonville—$60 for drunk driving, $25 for reckless driving and $20 for driving with an expired license. A jail sentence of six months was suspended and Oiler is now on probation for one year which excludes him from all barrooms and denies him an eyeopeiier or nightcap. During the chase, Oiler is said to have missed going into the ditch on three occasions by narrow margins. Bakery Sale Fraud Claim Ramohis Suing To Reform Willits Sale Agreement Emil and Minnie Ramoni, former owners of the Willits Bakery, have filed suit against H. R. Kister for judgment to reform the bill ot sale, and money claimed due from the sale of the business. The complaint stales that sale of the bakery business and equipment took place on May 3, 1947, at the home of the Ramonis ifi HoUister and that Kister offered to pay the owners $1000 and assume debts against the business at that time, which were $3700 owed by Ramoni to Frank Hernandez. At that time Kister produced a bill of sale which Mr. and Mrs. Ramoni claim to have signed without reading. Later, it is alleged, they found that the agreement to pay debts of the bakery had been omitted. Fraudulent intentions are alleged. The verbal understanding apparently was that the $3700, as part of the price for the bakery, was to be paid in installments of $500 per month. In their complaint for reformation ot the bill of sale the Ramonis ask judgment for T/r interest on the money due, from May 15, 1947. Chester E. Ross of IloUister is attorney for complainants. R. H. Small of Fort Bragg _is being sued, individually and as the' Fort Bragg Butane distributor, for the sum of $1500 and costs of suit by George H. Schoenahl, v/hose home and household furnishings were damaged to that amount by the fire of August 20, 1947, assertedly the result of the manner in which the butane lank at the home was being filled by the agent of the distributor. The Schoenahl home is on Highway 2B, two miles east of Boonville. The complaint charges that the employee, whose name was unknown at the time the complaint was filed, allowed the fumes to escape, which ignited and set fire to the dwelling. Remington Lowe of San Francisco is attorney for Schoenahl. BRIDGE CONTRACT AWARDED A contract for a structural steel bridge and roadway approaches at Rock Creek, 25 miles' south of Garberville on U. S. 101, was awarded to H. W. Ruby, Sacramento, for $167,100.50, C. H. Purcell, state director of public works, announced. '. William G. ShaCkleton, publisW er of the Ukiah Republican Press, war veteran and a leading RepubiiJ can in the First Congi-essional District for many years, has announced his candidacy for Conj- gress, to succeed Clarence F.LeflK' Mr. Shackleton's statement say.^i' "In March I will file nomination^ papers with the secretary of states and become a candidate for th^' House of Representatives of thes United States for the First Con^ gressibhal District of California. i\ "I will base my campaign upon; the needs of all people, coupled with a forward looking reconstruct, tion program." . f HIGH SCHOOL BiD BENEFimUNim Five Service Clubs Cooperate; Buy New Uniforms Through the cooperation of the city's service clubs, the Ulciah high school band will be outfitted next .spring with new uniforms,, in time for the .Spring music festival.' Sponsored by the Ukiah Chamber of Commerce, Rotary Club, Lions. Club, Twenty-Thirty Club and Breakfast Club, a Valentine dance will be given in Grange hall on Saturday evening, Febru^ ary 14, for which tickets are now on sale. This will be carnival night and patrons of the dance will find plenty .of • things • to do between dances, as there will be "side shows" in plentiful supply, stage skits, etc., to round out an evening of entertainment acceptable to eteryoody, v Students will take care of the decorations, which will be a riot of Valentine colors. Local bands are cooperating to furnish the mu. sic and,the entire affair will be handled on a non-profit basis, so the school will receive the entire profits. ' •. The several clubs are repre- seiited by. Charles Lewis for the Breakfast Club, Clair Holliday for Twenty-Thirty, Ben Foster for the tiions, Jlrnie Balyeat for Rotary and Paul Sutterley for the chamber of commerce, which is the coordinating center, ' 0. SUEDFORnOO.O Damage Suit Filed By Victim of Nov. 26 Collision * , An even one hundered thousand dollars general damages is demanded in the suit filed in Superior court hero Wednesday by Oscar and Reba Maudlin against George Green and the Green Lumber Company of Willits because of an automobile accident November 26 in which Mrs. Maudlin claims she was so bruised and shaken that her child was prematuirely born, " The collision in which the Woman was hurt took place in the afternoon on the Redwood. highway about four miles north of Willits. Green, driving a truck with trailer and hauling a load of lumber, is charged with negligopt, handling of the vejjiicle, causing the accident which threw Mrs. Maudlin against the steering, wheel of the car she was driving. Claims for her expense for medical services and her further anticipated expense occasioned by the accident amount to $575. Burke & Rawles of Ukiah and A. G. Lyon of Willits are attorneys for the Maudlins. ' Ukiah Now In Line I For Guard Armory Ukiah is under consideration as the base for a National Guard engineers' imit, with all the benefits which would accrue from the location of headquarters here, according to Paul Sutterley, secretary of the chambei' of cominerce." -—/• • — If the plan of the" powers Road at Forsythe Is To Be Improved CLEAHLAKE OAKS HAS FIRE The Beehive Cafe at Cle'arlake Oaks was destroyed by fire Tuesday evening of last week, together with the bar and entire contents. The place was oWried by Rielry Rice. A project for igrading, surfacing and structures on U. S. High- v^ay 101, from 1.5 miles south of Forsythe creek to 3.5 miles north, was announced Friday as one of 10 additional projects 'to be included in tye 99th fiscal year budget of the state department of public works. • Estimated cost of the Mendocino-project is $1,315,000, and of all 10, $7,875,000, The projects'were made possible by irevised estimates of additional revenues .which will accrue to the division of highways for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1948, and from sayings in proj ects already placed under control. State Highway Engineer George T. McCoy announced. - '. Allocations for the projects include the cost of construction, riglvt-of-way and engineering. GO "to TEXAS FOR PLANE It is to be Mr; and Mrs. p. J. McAllaster, w):io . will bring the Luscombe de Luxe 2-passenger plane back from Texas, having gone down last week with Mr. and Mrs. Mark King for that purpose. The Kings ;a]:e buying it. that be shotild materialize, for us,' it would mean, among other things, a payroll of approximately $33,000 annually for the 129 men and five officers who would be based here, and an ar- /mory building, estimated to. cost $103,000, along with the additional income. It would be an iridepentl- ent institution arid tied in with no other interest. . . ' The Veterans of Foreign Wars, the American Legion, the Army Recruiting Service and the Ukiah Chamber of Commerce are making a canvass to determine whether manpower sufficient for such a unit can be mustered here, and young men interested in information relative to membership in the unit can obtain all informatipn by applying in person at the chamber ,of commerce.. Seventeen men and two officers are the minimum irequirement to. obtain , consideration.' •, ' ,., , VISITED LOCAL LEGION AUX Several members ot the Clover- dal^ American Legion Auxiliary came to Ukiah Wednesday, night to attend thexUkiah Legion, Auxiliary meeting. The purpose of the Y'.sit was to see what other auxiliaries are doing and to study their procedure. CLASSIFIED ... NEW THIS ISSUE Gassified On Page Iwp) AUTO. PART^ xxnd I Girlsr tfi^itr^ lov«>-wi+h^^^^^ MOTORS For Chrysler . Plyinouth - Dodge and DeSoto UKIAH MOTOR SALES ; Fred Orr 61tfc-fp BEAUTIFY YOUR HOME Palntlnt, Decorating, Paperhangin Spray Painting. We -Specialize in Sheet Rock • Work. Le Fleve & Son 206 Mason. Ph. 1168-M. 12tfc-fp DONT GET EXCITED when you see the pl-ices on these sale shoes. The SAVING is 25 to 65 per cent of former prices,. Oxfords and Dress types foi- growing girls and women. 2.89. DAVIS SHOE STORE 84tlc The smart new Kaiser; It's also true That many guys are. ^ GOLDEN WEST yj Motor & Supply Co. 1^ 728 So. State Phone 520 Rustn 82tfc-fp Color Styling OUR Interior Decorating Service and years ot experience places us in position to help you with your decorating needs. Ford & Luthge 340 No. Main St. Phone 307-J 6Qtfc-fp SMALL APT. OR CABIN WANTED—By business woman; preferably close to town and reasonable. Please call Frankie Buck, Redwood Journal. 78tfx SCOUTS WANT BOTTLES To aiH the drive for funds for infantile paralysis March of Dimes, Cub Scouts of both packs in Ukiah will make a collection of empty bottles, Saturday, January 31. The bottles will be redeemed by local merchants, and the money wil be turned over to the local polio drive chairman, Al Anton. Scout Commissioner John Viarengo is coordinating the col- loetlons. Airliner Is Forced To Land at Clear Lake YOU'VE NEVER SEEN prices like this before. Growing grls' and women's oxford and dress types. All at one sale price, 2.89. Don't miss this one big chance. DAVIS SHOE STORE 84tlc FOR SALE—1935 V-8 Ford, 85- horsepower motor, A-1 condition, with radio. Tel. 16-F-21. 84t3c FOR SALE—Mercury sedan, 4- door, less than 1 year old and only 8000 miles. Heater, radio, seat covers, fog lights. Just like new. Phone Laytonville 4-F-22, L. P. Anderson. 84t2c See KELLY COX FOR THE Best of Used Cors WE stand behind all of our late model used cars. Ask the men who have dealt with us. Cox Bros. Used Cars 301 So. State 70tfc-fp FOR SALE —Offirs bookshelves. Call 412 or 733-J. 84tfc LET US BUILD your irrigation ridges and rebuild your old ones. No grader, no plowing, no furrow left. Quick and economical; satisfaction guaranteed. Cox's Ranch, phone 32-W, Potter Valley. 84tfc Fog near the Alameda Naval Air Station Thursday forced the big flying boat. Mars, carrying 40 passengers and a crew of 11 from Hawaii, to turn north and make an emergency landing at Clear Lake. It was the first such instance since the Mars began regular service between the islands and the mainland, although Clear Lake has been used before as an emergency landing place for seaplanes, especially during the war. Passengers aboard were taken to the bay area by bus. The plane took off from Clear Lake for Ala> meda as soon as conditions permitted. AT MASONIC INSTALLATION Mr. and Mrs. Mark Eglin attended the installation of Royal Arch Masons at Mendocino city Saturday night. Mr. Eglin is past high priest of that order, FOR SALE — Oil stoves and oil water heater, slightly used, good condition. Odell Ranch, Ukiah: 76Thtfc TIRE SAVINGS Greater m.'leage now available or recaps and new tires. BUD ROMER TIRE SHOP 533 So. State 78t5Thc CHROMITE Metal Tile For Kitchen, bathroom and stall .Showers. 14 Colors to Choose From F.H.A. Approved and Financed Call or write Ukiah Gloss Co. Exclusive Agents,Mendocino and Lake Coiinties. Phone 1166-W Smith at Mason 74Th-tfc OUR FIRST BIG BLAST almost strangulated Old Man H. C. L. NOW, LET'S KEEP HIM ON THE RUN, Think of buying good school oxfords for growing girls and women for 2.89. These sold formerly for 4.95 to 8.45. Whites and browns, and practically all sizes. DAVIS SKOE STORE 84tlc "Dan" Cohen's Plumbing and Electric Supplies 119 So. Main St. Phone 933-W Plumber and Electrician Available 81tfc-fp • the old reliable Sales — Service — Satisfaction Opposite Theater, Ukiah 49tfc-fp STATE GARAGE A Good Place to Buy a Reconditioned Car. We Buy and Sell, 628 So. State St. 52tfC7fp Northern Calif. Movers & Builders BUILDING & CONSTRUCTION Moving, Raising Foundations Telephone 484, Ukiah, Calif. 70tfc-fp HAIRCUTS FOR the entire family, at Earl's Shop, W. Church. Two barbers. 71ttc-fp DON'T GET EXCITED when you see the prices on these salo shoes. The SAVING is 25 to 85 per cent of former prices. Oxfords and Dress types for growing girls and women. 2.89. DAVIS SHOE STORE 84tl« OLD PAPERS—10c per bundle, at RedWL jd Journal. 2Btfx •^•^TANKS-^^-^^^*^'-"": We build, stock or supply underground and above ground storage tanks or truck tank of any description. Call u4 for prices on welding of any kind. . Chase's Garaa© 515 So. State Phone 757 LP. Gas & Appliance Co. Mason & Standley ' Phoije 1000 O'Keefe & MerriH Own Your Own Tank Gas Is Cheaper Rangos Hot Water Heaters Restauraht Griddles and Ranges Roper Kitchen Ranges Hedtcrs and Floor Furnaces SERVICE IS OMR MOTTO Try UsI IStfc-fp Ukiah Van & Storage Co Local and Statewide MOVING Phone 440-J, UTciah 4/14mcfp REPAIRING Watch. Clock and Camera Faster Service Perry's Photo Supplies 160 E. Standley Phone 174-J (Formerly Valley Time Service) 84tlc, For Expert Tuning and Repair Latest Electronic Method R. S. RYDER & CO. Call Bob Ryder Care of Gloria Pacini, 131-W, or Greeott's Music Store. 54Thtfc-fp AUCTION SALE — Livestock and poultry sale every Tuesday. Misc. and poultry second and fourth Friday at Ukiah Auction Yards. Phone 690-W for information and truck service. 80Thtfc FOR SALE — Approximately 44 acres of lovely rolling hill land directly adjoining town of Hopland. Has been recently surveyed. This is a real buy at the price of $5500. STROUT REALTY Ukiah 84110 BETTER GET IN LINE for the BIG SALE of growing girls' and women's oxfords and dress shoes. REMEMBER, FRIDAY MORNIUG AT NINE. One price across the board, 2.89. DAVIS SHOE STORE 84tlc Commercial Industrial Residential and Concrete Construction • For Free Estimates Call r. Feibusch Construction Company Phone 1126-M, or write P.O. Box 32, Ukiah. 77tfc-fp ^ Automotive Work BODY and fender, painting, glass, overhaul, expert repairs of every kind. Prompt service. Tow car on call. Vevoda Motor Sales School & Smith Phone 370-W 65tfcfp Empire Roofing Co. Prompt Service Free Estimates All types roofing expertly applied. Repair Work Our Specialty. All work guaranteed. 742 Stephenson. Ph. 514W. 4tfcfp MOVED!!! Acme Top Shop Auto Tops arid Upholstery , „ • Phone I I.F-2 L. B. Underbill 59tfc-fp BENEFIT CARD PARTY—Sponsored by Redwood Val. Grange. Games will be king pedro, pinochle, bridge. Whist. Admission 50c. Jan. 31, 1948, 8 p.m. . 82t3c-fp HELP WANTED — Young man, high school graduate, interested in a career in banking Good pay, 40-hour week. Apply at Bank of America, Ukiah. 69tfc-fp FOR SALE—Registered Corriedale yearling ewes, $30 head, with papers. Edward H. Sibbett, Redwood Valley. 84tlp SMALL APARTMENT for rent— | to a laboring man. 725 So. State.' 84t3p FOR RENT—Modern housekeeping cabins suitable for 2 or 3 people, $45 to $60 a month, including all utilities. Denny's Auto Court, 9 miles north of Ukiah on 101 highway. 84tlx FOR SALE —, 12-gauge Savage automatic shotgun, $75. 214 W. Perkins. 84t3p Bechtol's Paint Store Buy Your Paint From a Painter .WALLPAPER — PAINTS 109 So: State. Phone 293. 54tfc-T POWER POSTHOLE DIGGER-r- For hire. Let us assume your worries over pestholes. Cox's Ranch, phone 32-W, Potter Valley. 84tfc. FOR SALE—Station wagon, 1939 Ford, good mechanical condition, $950. Edward H. Sibbett, Yarbrough Ranch, Redwood Valley. 84tlp TOR SALE — 1939 Ford coupe. Call 113-W after 4:30 p.m. 84t3p BETTER GET IN LINE for the BIG SALE of growing girls' and women's oxfords and dress shoes. REMEMBER,S FRIDAY MORNING AT NINE. One price across the board, 2.89. DAVIS SHOE STORE 84tlc LEAVE OUR SHOES at McKinney's store in Philo for quick repairing. First-class work. l/29mlp NOTICE—I will not be resnonsible for any debts contracted by anyone other than myself after January 23. Signed, Don Carmichael. 84t3p FOR, SALE — Dinette set, twin beds, dresser. Cabin 7, Cypress Auto Court. 84tlp FOR SALE—'36 Ford V-l8 lV4-ton truck in good condition, $450 cash. Phone 35-Y-3. 84t3c STRAYED TO MY PASTURE- White-faced cowl C. W. Johnson, Hopland, Calif. 84t3Thc FOR SALE—1935 4-door Chevrolet standard sedan. At Redwood Ti-ee Service Station, No. State St. 84t2p HOUSEWORK OR CHILDREN CARE WANTED—Phone 765-W, Mrs. Henderson, i,/29m 1 p WHITE MOCCASIN, brown and v/hite saddle, or all-brown oxfords" will be found in this best of sales yet. Former prices 4.95 to 8.45 — all must go at 2.89. DAVIS SHOE STORE 84tlc FOR SALE—North of Ukiah on Highway 101, store with gas pump and 3 cabins. Approximately 38 acres beautifully wooded land. Only $19,500. STROUT REALTY Ukiah 84tlc Gossfitt's Used Furniture Walnut buffet $17.50 Walnut dish cupboard 27.50 Steel-top work table . 7.50 Boy's bicycle 20.00 Oak table, 3 chairs-:.- 32.50 Electric cooker 6.00 New 20-qt. pressure cooker 15.00 Marked-down Items Phone 823 84tlp WHEEL CHAIR FOR SALE—In- cjuirc 105 No. Pine, 84t3p WHITE MOCCASIN, brown and white saddle, or all-brown oxfords will be found in this best of sales yet. Former prices 4.95 to 8.45 — all must go at 2.89. DAVIS SHOE STORE 84tlc FOR SALE—25-ft, house trailer, 7% ft. wide, year old; cost $2400. Nelson dollies, electric brakcs.'new tires. Selling price, $1500. Also GMC *S-ton tnick, 6 tires, good shape, $800. On Lorraine Ave, Munson Addition on Talmage Rd., third house on _left past small bridge. 84t3c FOR SALE — Rooted St. George vines, $35 per M; also St. George vines in the field, cheap. C. W. Johnson, Hopland, Calif. Tel. 2162; 84t4c FOR SALE—Suwmill i>i excellent condition, single 60" circular saw, powered by diesel engine. Enclosed burner. Capacity 8-10 M feet per day. Mill located on good roads for all-year operation. Finest starid alder in California, also unlimited stumpage of flv and redv/ood available with sale of mill. For quick sale, $11,000 plus log inventory of approximately $2500. W, T. Haller, Gualala, Calif. 84t3c FOR SALE—1930 Chrysler sedan with '31 De Soto motor. Car in good condition. Inquire at 503 W. Perkins St., after 5:30 p.m. 84tlc FOR SALE — WedgewoftU -gas stove with trash burner. Like new. Call 811-W 84t3p FOR SALE—Red fryers. 204 Ford St. Call after 4:30 p.m. 84tlp FOR SALE—1947 Mercury 4-door sedan with overdrive and other extras. Priced $2195; 1947 Pan- American house trailer, priced $2000. Phone 484. 84t3c Berlin's Pharmacy ANNOUNCES the- EX-CEL-GIS cosmetic gift this week goes to June Dunn. We give S&H green stamps. 84tlc FOR SALE—Coronado 1947 refrigerator. Esther Archer on i Addor place. Go north of Talmage store to first turn east and drive to last cottage. Home until _2 p.m. , SgSp YOU'VE NEVER SEEN prices like this before. Growing grls' and women's oxford and dress types. All at one sale price, 2.89. Don't miss this one big chance. ^DAVIS SHOE STORE 84tlc FOR RENT—New Eureka vacuum cleaner with aU attachments, and Johnson elec-ti-ic fioor polisher. Home Market, 113 South State, phone 25. VOeoT FOR SALE—1932 Chevrolet coupe. 326 E. Perkins St., telephone 220-W, fi4t3p FOR SALE — Pure-bred unregistered Hereford bulls, priced reasonable. Odell Ranch, Ukiah. 76Thtfc FOR SALE—Dexter model washing machine in good condtion. Price ?45. Phone 115-J. 84t3c FOR :SALE—35 tons of fine quality, third cutting alfalfa hay; reasonable. S. W. Renfro, Hopland. 84t2c FOR SALE—Slirge milker, used 2 months. Hot stream oil-burning water heater, 25-gal. cap. Used very little. S. W. Renfro, Hopland. 84t2c FOR SALE — Near Ukaih, with ' approximately 5 acres of hill land with beautiful view home- sites. Well on property. Only $2150. STROUT REALTY Ukiah 84tlc LOST — Last Friday afternoon, small gold pin, set with carved cameo stone, in P. O. or adjacent vicinity. Finder please call Mrs. E. W. James. Phone 630. Reward. 84tlD- WILL PERSON finding Donna Wildberger's wallet in theater last Friday night please return sam.e to the theater or 753 No. Oak St, 84tlp WANTED—Sewing machine, Singer preferred; electric or foot- power. Write Journal Box No. 1014. 84tlp OUHTIRST BIG BLAST almBst strangulated Old Man H. C. L. NOW, LET'S KEEP HIM-ON THE RUN, Think of buying good .school oxfords for growing girls and women for 2.89. These sold formerly for 4.95 to 8.45. Whites and browns, and practically all sizes. DAVIS SHOE STORE 84tlc FOR SALE — In Ukiah, west of State St., recently built 5-room home. Venetian blinds, floor furnace and new Wedgewood gas range. Only $10,500. STROUT REALTY Ukiah 84tlc FOR SALE — One thoroughbred .gelding. Phone Philo 2-F-23, or write Jack Barnes, c/o El Rancho Navarro. 84t3c FOR SALE—New modern S -room house. Hardwood floors, floor furnace, Venetian blinds, 2 bedrooms, attached garage. At'708 Grove St., phone 809-J or 950-J. A. Closs. 84t2e -fp HELP WANTED — Experieh^ bookkeeper and plant man. General Petroleum, Leslie St., phone 271-J, 84t2c-fp

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