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Ukiah Dispatch Democrat from Ukiah, California · Page 2

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!P'AGB TWO DISPATdl DEMOCRAT, UKIAH, CALmjRNIA MEW CLASSIFIED TODAY ORR'S AUTO EXCHANGE 308 So. State St. Dependable Used Cars Pontiac 1941 sedan-coupe. <3hevrolet 1941 2-door. 'Amerlcar 1941^ sedan. ' Pord 1940 coupe. 2 Model "A" Fords. -Willys 1947 station wagon. •'(RudSon 1938 convertible. Plymouth 1938 4-door sedan. ^Chevrolet 1938 coupe. DeSbto 1D46 club coupe. "Ditdlfe 1946 4-dooi' sedan. Chevrolet 1946 4-door sedan. -Chevrolet 1947 coupe. S'ord 1946 4-door sedan. •v HEO TRUCK AGENCY See,Tom Berkley ; : or Wally Morrison ' letfc BEAUTIFY YOUR HOME "><vi'^Eaintnig - Decorating Paperhanging yfe Specialize in Sheet Rock .'': ' Tsiping and Texturing Le Fleve J|c Son 206 Mason. Ph. il66-]\<. 12tfc-fp tiH 'StOCK AVCTlOn — Kvery •Tuesday at Uklah Auction Yard. •(PHoae 690-W for information and trucH service. ' 89Th-tfc ^Bechtol's Paint Store Buy Your Paint From a Painter , WAIXPAf>ER iPAINTS iOjj So. State. Phone 293. B4tfc-T Fpr Expert Piano Tuning ' and Repair Latest filectronic Method R. S. RYDER & CO. , CaU Bob pyder care of Gloria Pacini, 131-W, or Oreeott's Music Store. 54Thtfc-fp LP. Gas & Appliance Co. Mason & Standley Phone 1000 O'Keefe & Merritt Ranges Own Your Own Tank' Gas Is Cheaper Hot Water Heaters Restaurant Griddles and-Ranges Roper Kitchen Ranges Heaters and Floor Furnaces SERVICE IS OUR MOTTO Try Us!' IBtfc-fp Painting - Pecordting Sheet Rock taped/textured, finished. Paper hanging. PH. 397. H. S. GRAY P.O. Box 608. tJkiah 3tfc* SPECIAL KAISER DISaWASHER Deluice Model — $129.00 Willford's Luce Ave. at So. State. Ph. 1149 18tlc MERK RADIO SHOP the old reliable Sales.-^ Service — Satisfaction Opposite Theater, Uklah' 49tfc-fp Ukiah Van & Storage Co Local and Statewide- MOVING I 'hone 440-J. Uklah 4/14mcfp Automotive Work BODY and fendpr, fainting, glass, overhaul, expert repairs of every kind. Prompt service. Tow car on caU. Vevodo Motor Sales School & Sirtith Phone 370-W estfcfp FOB SALE—50-lb. icebox, white enamel, $30; 16-qt. Magic Seal pressure cooker, $8. 744 W. Stephenson St. : 18t3p FOR SALE — 1937 flatbed truck and grape tank with good rubber ^nd in gbod condition, $6(ro. Secw opposite grade school at Hoplaiid, or phone Hopland 2723, evenings. 18t2p WANTED— Yard work, all kinds. H. Daugherty. 821 Cypress. 18t2p Empire Roofing Co. Piompt Sei-vice Free Estimates All types roofing expertly applied. Repair Work Our Special^. . AU work guaranteed. Gen. Del., Talmage, phone 327-M 4tfc-fp Northern Calif. Movers & Builders BXnLDlNG & CONSTRUCTION Moving; Raising Foundations Telephone 484, Uklah, Calif. - 70tfc-fp FOR SALfi — Sliakespeare "Mar- hoit" casting reel, new, never used. Cost $15, sell for $8.50. L. W. Stansell, Redwood Valley Garage. • l-?t3p BROOK ALTERATION SHOP— 'Machine-made buttonholes. 202 W. Henry, phone 1074-W ISmlc FOR SALE— Near Taln^age, well•'Built' 3-room home with excellent basement suitable for extra bear66m or rumpus room; furnished; for $6500. Others. Uklah ,. IStlc ;,;,SJROUT REALTY LIVESTOCK PHiCES — Received Tuesday, June 8, at Ukiah Auc- • tion Yard: 50 to 76-lb. feeder lambs, 23Vic to 25V6c; fat lambs, "25V4c to 26?/ic;-shorn jyearling wethefs, 20c to aivS 'e; fat hogs, 251/kc to 26c;' fat sows, 17c to 'It^c; feeder: pigs, 26c to 29c; 500rlb yearling steers, 28c; 450- Ib. -yearlin gheiters, 27c; fat grass l^eifers, 2Cc to 27Vfec; dairy EbWs, Ite to 2ic; canners, lower; good heavy bulls, 25c to 26c; first choice veal, 31c; others, •down to 2Sc. . , 18tlc . DEEP FREEZER 5 Cu. Ft. — $219.50 'Willford's Luce. Ave. at So. State. Ph. 1149 IStlc FOR SALE—1941 Ford coupe. Ph. inSBS ^i 18t3c WANTED TO RENT— 2-bedroom house, permanent, bank references. Phone 911-M. 18t3c FOJR^SALE — Kalamazoo wood range; with hot water tank and reservoir, good condition. Price $30. C. H. Luce, phone 558-M, 18tlp FOR SALE!— 1934 Ford sedan in excellent running condition; good tires..Phone 1507-W. 18t3c FPR . SALE — Craftsman table- model saw and motor, new. Ph. -'"tl98-W or 119B So. State. 18t3c FOR RENT— Furnished cabins for two persons. Seeley beds, kitchen; near town. Phone 1017-W. 6-lOmlc FOR SALE— Trailer house, 16-ft., sleeps 4; butane stove, ice box. Completely equipped, $700. 621 No. Bush St. Call 491-W. IStlp ROOM POR »HENT ~Reasonable. 734 No. State St. 18t3c FOR SALE— Three ice boxes. 204 Mason. • 18t3p FOR SALE — 9 acres, level and cloavcii;; 4iroom home, barn; ga-. rage, other Ihiprovements; good road, electricity, telephone, • school bus. This is a good buy at $7000. Others. STROUT REALTY Ukiah IStlc FOR SALE— HeVi 3-room modern house. Will take down payment and balance by month. Call at 184 Thomas St, 6-lOmrc FOR SALE— Lot next to 210 Gobbi St. Business lot oij South State St. next to Golden West Motors. Inquire at Gbssett^ Used Fumi- ure, 203 No, Main St., or phone 823 Of 448-W.' IStlc LEAVING not later than June 15 for Oklahoma City and points east. Two passengers help share driving and expenses,. prefer 2 women, woman and child,, or couple. One must be good driver. References req. Contact Mrs. L. D. Chauvlni RJl. 1, Box lOB, Holly St., Wilms. IStlc FbR SALE —House trailer, completely furnished, $495, 628 No. State, rear. 18t3p FOR SALEr^Vegetablcs and flower plants. 530 So. Main St., phone 629. IStlp • Berlin's Pharmacy ANNOUNCES the • EX-CEL-SIS ."•easmetic gift this week goes to .K .Mrs. M. J. Teicheira. We give S&H green stamps. 18tlc LEGAL NOTICE - NOTICE TO ChEDITORS In the SUPERIOR CQURT of the -"STATE OF CALIFORNIA, in ''ant! for the COUNTY OF MEN• DOCINO. In the Matter of the Estate of sl{euben G. Grant, also known as and sometimes called Rueben Grant, also known as Hfiubet; Grant, also known as Ruben G. Grant, Deceased. -H .Notice is hereby given by the undersigned executor of the estate of. Reuben G. Grant, also known as Rueben Grant, also known as Reuben Grant, deceased, to the .creditors of and all per.son§ haying claims against said decedent to file them witl> the necessary vouchers within six months after the -first publication of this notice, in '"{fie office of the clerk of the above- n^med court, ot to exhibit them with the jieeessary vouchers with- inlslx months after the date of the FOR SALE— Home Electric Fans Evaporative Coolers Vornado Fans' 2-Burner Gas Plates Electric Vacuum Cleaners Willford's Luce Ave. at So. State. Ph. 1149 _ • : IStlc HOME WANTED—For aged lady Invalid. $100 par month. Frank Middleton, General Delivery, Ukiah, Calif. ' 18t3p FOR SALE—Buick 4.idoor sedan, 6 good tires, good 6-cyl. motor. 119 No. Main-St, . IStlp WANTED — Fbrdson tractor, fair mechanical condition. Give price and terms. Write Box 1Q40, Redwood Journal, IStlp SUMMER FROCKS That're Bound To Please! Stop to see our new shipment Of Nellie Don's in dotted Swiss and Bfemberg fabrics. MARIANNA SHOP, 210 So. State St., phone 287-J. IStlc ROOMS TO REWT — Inquire at. Thatcher house, Hopla_nd,_18t3p WE HAVE CLIENT —Lookin^ for accessable timber land. " STROUT REALTY tJkalh iStlc FOR SALE —' Wedgewood range wjtii tras^ burner. A good buy at $50. French American Cleansers. Phone .169. 18t2c LOST •— White purse containing safe deposit key No. 162. $5 reward. C. H, Luce, ph. 558-M. ' • 18t3p OLD PAPERS — 10c per bundle, at Redwood Journal. 85tfx Summer Swim Classes Will Begin Next Week The Ukiah Recreation Conunis- .sion, through Director Rick Rittger, will start the summer Learn- To-Swlm program Monday, June 14, at 10 a.m. at the municipal pool. This program Is part of the community services offered by the commission and will be in effect througholiit. the summer months. Last yegi- 136 children and adults enrolled for swimming lessons. Classes will be held three times a, week, Monday and Wed­ nesday.classes are for children and will start at 10 a.m.; Saturday moftiings Wil be devoted to adult instruction. DISPATeH DEMOCRAT B.- A. COBJER ' . . PubliiHei: PuibUthadi'acfa Fridafal,!t2b:E. Slandl*r St.i Uk^ah. Mondoelno Cdunty. CBlifomlo. • s't^BSCRIPTION HATES: !Per Yfear i-.$2.50 ISix Months L5a iree Months._L..i_.j.——.''j80 tie Month' ,^ Single ^Copies • to, NonrSub-; ^crlbers, 10 cents Commercial' Adreititinff Ratei: Readers, 20c per line insertion, 15c per line each subsequent insertion. Readers set'in.-7 point type,, which is,the .body, of this newspaper, For Sole FOR SALE— 2 large lots on aU- year creeks in city; limits-Jlkiah. Phpne 918-W. 5/20mlc HOLZ CO. • announces • • • A Complete Stock Of MULTI-GRObVE V-BELT ' SHEAVES & BELTS Somethlrig.new,for this area. life 1948 ) for Sale FOR SALE—About 11 million ft. redwood and fir stumpage. Ph. I0F2, Willits. 16t3p VALLEY FOR .SALE— Riverside Court, 2V4 miles.south of Hopland, 2.73 acres. Cafe, 3 cabins, lining quarters, picnic & canjp ground. Furnished or unfurnished, 475 ft. 101 Highway, 475 ft. Rus^ sian River frontage. B. L. Speirs, Hopland, Calif. : 16t3p MARRtAGE LICEf^ES ISSUED At* Ukiah June 7, Glenn 0. RousH of Rockpbrt and Mildred L. Prather of Uklah; Keith Stebbins and Lucille Widely of Healdsburg. Jurie 8,. Louis W.-Hoaglen and Dori^ Jackson of Ukiah. LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION — ISOLATED TRACT PUBLIC LAND SALE United States Peparlment of the Inlerior General Land Office FOR SALE— Burning torch, goggles. 45 feet of hose, safety gauge, $75,complete. 118 Norton, upstau-s in rear. 18tlp FOR SALE— Table model Venus radlo-phonogtaph, „ almost new. Phone 1507-W. 18t3c LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE OF INTENDED SALB Notice is hereby given that SILAS M. SAID and ALICE tl. StSp^Ik. Att ^ey^'^t Wi personal property consist- .ill ,the Preston'Building, at Ukiah, California, which said last named place the undersigned executor selects as the place of business in all matters appertaining to or connected with the said estate of Reuben G, Grant, also known as and sometimes called Rueben G ^Ent, : also knov«i s^s Reuben Qrant, also known as Ruben G. Grant, deceased. First publication in the Dispatch Democrat June 11, 1948. JAMES EDWARD GRANT, "• Executor of the Estate of i- Reuben p. Grant, also known as Rueben Grant, . also known as Reuben •Grant, also known as Ruben G. Grant, Deceased, PRESTON Si FALK, Altoml-y for Executor, Pieston Building, Ukiah, Culifornia. 6/11,18,25; 7.'2 ing of the furnishings, fixtures, equipment and stock in trade'now used in connection with the operation of that certain restaurant Ideated at BoonvlUe, Mendociiio County, California and commonly known as the TRACK INN. The names and Addresses of intended vendors are: SILAS M. SAID and ALICE R. SAID, Booij- ville, California. The names and addresses of intended vendees are: VIRGIL L. WALLER arid MARY J. WALLER, BOOnViUe, California. " Said sale will be consummated ahd the purchase price paid at the offices Of BUTIKE AND RAWI,ES, iftpubtican Press Building, Ukiah, California at 10 d'flbck A.M., On the 18th day of Junfe, 1948. Dated: This 8th day of June, 1948 SILAS M. SAID, ALICE R. SAID. District Land Ofltice, Sacramento, Calif.,May 4, 1948. NOTICE is hereby given that undier provisions of section 2455, R. S., as amended by section 14 of the act of June 28, 1934 (48 Stat.,. 1274), and pureuant to the application of George C, Matthews .SerialNo. 036855, there will be offered, .to the highest bidder', but at not less than $3.50 per acre, at a public sale to be held at 10:30 o'clock a.m., on the 29th day of June next, at this office, the following tracts of land: Lots 1, 2, 3, 4 and 10 Sec. 1, Lot 15 Sec. 3, t. 11 N., R. 12 W., M,D.M., and SEV4SWyi Sec. 35, T. 12 N., R. 12 W., M.D.M. The land will be sold with a Reservation of all fissionable materials, and subject to the conditions and limitations of the act of August 1, 1946 (60 .Stat. 755). Bids may be made by the principal or his agent, either personally at the sale or by mail. Bids sent by maU will be considered only if received at this office prior to the hour fixed for tliB sale. These bids must be accompanied by certified checks or post-office money orders for the amounts of the bids and must be (^nclosed in sealed envelopes. The envelopes must be ^markfad .in the lower left-hand corner substantially, as'follows: "Public salp bid. Serial No'.' 036865, Salie, Jun% 29, 1948." The person making the highest bid will be required to pay imme- diqtely the amount thereof. Any persons claiming adversely the above-described land are advised to file their claims, or objections, on or before the time designated for sale. Any person entitled to claim a preference right under the first jirovisO to said section .14 as an owner of contiguous Idnd must assert his claim withih 30 days irom the date of public offering and conditional sale to the highest bidder and dit'the expiration of said preference nght period, if no siuch right has b'eeri'asserted, the highest bidder will be declared the purchaser of the land. ELLIS PURLEE, Acting Manager. 5/21,28; 8/4,11,18 PHILO, June 5.— Mr: and Mrs. Bill, Dightmhn of Philo had as their guests last. weekend Mrs. Dightman's parents, Mr. and Atrs. H. L. Davis of Sacramento. Other weekend BuesCt were the M. J. Olivers of Sacramento.. ; An enjoyable afternoon was had by all who attended the bridge, luncheon given by. Mrs, Fred Rawles last week. After a delightful 1 o'clock luncheon at the BoonvlUe Hotel, bridge was played at Mrs. Rawles' home. High score was won by Mrs. Marie Tarwater and second prl2e by Mrs. Cecil Lawteon. Consolation prize was claimed by Mrs..Phil Clark. The traveling prize went to Mrs. Herbert Singley of Ukiah, who wa.<! visiting Mrs. Rawles,. Guest prize went to Mrs. Rawles' other weekend visitor, Mrs. Earl Ford . of L;^"""'"'"^';"; Ukiah. Quests of the afternoon i*^''** SALE— N. were Mesdames Marie TarWater, Cecil Gowan, -Phll Clark, Don Van Zandt, Robert Batterson, Neva Dennison, Albert Terrell, the hostess, Mrs. Fred "Rawles, and Mrs. Sadie Palmer from southern Ciali- forrija. Sympathy was extended this week to Miss E.dna Cotton, whose mother, Mrs. Lotta Hatch of Ukiah, passed away last week. Services were conducted in Ukiah. Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Thomas of. Boonville. this week is Mrs; Eunice Thomas of .Arkadelp}iia, Arkansas. The elder Mrs. Thonjlas plans to spend 'soin^' time : heye vvith her sort Snd family befdre returning homel Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Goyren of Lakeport are g^iests this week of Mr. and Mr'^. AkselSenbf Boonville..' ' '. " '; •';•; 1'^'., Another bereavement; this we^lf was the death of Mrs. Julia Qar..; recht, in9ther,.of Mrs. KcP.hee. Boonville, who passed away 'la^t Monday at the home of her daughter. Mrs. Garrecht had riot beeji well for some time, biit her condition was not considered so serious. Interment took place at Union, Oregon, the home of Mrs. Garrecht. Mr, and Mrsj McPhee and. family ^ttended the funeral. Sincere sympathy of the community is extended to the bereaved family. ' • ' • Miss Charmian Ward of'Philo spent three days in Fort Bragg this ;week. Mrs. Frank Ward,is caring .for {T\B Style Shop in her absence. PIANO TO BE SOLD In Sharps Park vicinity. Excellent tone, fine quality, «very famous make spinet type. Also good medium bungalow type of excellent tone. Reasonable terms to rfeliable party. For Information write Cline Piano Company, 2097 Mission St., San Franciscoi Ifftec A Niagdrd Duster or a Bean Mist Sprayer and Combination Duster MAY be the answer to p wet spring's problems of spraying. See Holz Co, Now in stock. 104tfc LIGHTING FIXTURES— We have in stock and maintain the largest : and most complete line of light-: Ing fixtures In Mendocino and ; Lake counties. ROBERT L. BECKER 731 So. State St. Ukiah, Calif. 404tfc FOR, SALE—1 24-in. boy's bicycle, $20. 7:14 .W. •Stephen.'ion 17t3c FOR SALE— 2.;bedroom house, gar rafee,. jjipe cabin i in rear, i ^e, large,.',chicken hpuse, Jarge''l'o.tV shade tfe^si 316,Ciara Aye; 17t6p' FOR SALE-T-Motor scooter, 1946 Cushman.-648 WiUovy .Ave., ph. 826-J.'"Ask for "Jim," 'JJt^ FOR SALE ,— 4000 7-ft. drying trays, mostly used only a f^w seasons. A}so • other ; .dry, yard equipment. Can hS/ seen at' dry ( yard'.just east, of :,Cunningham & Thomas packing shed, Uki^h. Mal^e offer. Phone. Sebastoppl 776, -orv write O. A, HaUberg-&' Sons, Graton, -Calif..- . • 17t4c ew luggage carrier; 2 _ 16-ft, picking ladders. Phone 16-F-2. Geo; E. Cook, 17t3p INSTRUMENTS RECORDED FOR SALE— 2000 feet used Redwood lumber. 1085 W. Standley. \ ' . 17t3p FOR SALE —Load of well broken saddle horsos. Fair grounds, C. W. Jamieson. 17t3p FOR SALE —Green steel combination range and water tank. Call 637-W. 17t3c FOR SALE— Forty player piano rolls; all old-time songs. Phone 647-W, 17t3c FOR SALE — Modern 2-bedroom home, Hiway frontage, located at 101 and 20, L. R. Grain, 705 ' m State, phone 1008-W. 17t3p FOR SALE— Fryers. Perd Valette, phone 27-F-3. 17t3c Business; Opportunities and Real Estate AUTO COURT—101 Hwy., 5 first class rentals and 2 bedroom home. Plenty of land, to expand. $37,500, terms. AUTO. COxniT -TTl.Ol IJtwy, Ifo., of Ukiah, plenty of shade, 15 rentals and large home, beautiful location, priced right. AUTO COURT & GAS ST.—10 mi. from Ukiah, beautiful location, priced to sell. I,OT—50'xl62', Munson tract. $600 17-A. VINEYARD—near Ukiah, 101 Highway. $12,000. GARAGE~-101 Highway. See us, LOCKER PLANT—-Excellent income. $17,350. ' O. R. SKAGGS 344 No. State St. Ph. 83W. 16t3c Mode O'Day Frock Shop Featui^es . Dresses, gibuses. Lingerie, -f- .Hosiery bhd Unlfortais 328 Np, State St. Phone' 1102-J 94tfc 7 Trespass Notices PHOa'pCT^, you'r property. - wfth '*ft^'abl<5 signs, pr'lhted on .'sigr, f l'oth. 'Prices: 6, $2.50; 12, $3.al); dl-HbO; 60, $S.50; 100, $8.50. On.jiiiuU. orders; include State sales tax: and.-'ostage. Redwbod Journal.' " FOH ;SALEvr ^Baled oatg and^vetch hay, thatihaa. 'not nbeenirained on, L, -M, Mun&on. comer East •Valley and HearstToad, Willits. Phone 17-F-4. 86tfc AUTO PARTS . FOR - CARS. TRUCKS'St'TRACTOltS; *Also for GI Tinicks .Electric Motors; Grindem, Drills ' - ' ' now in Stock. Redwood Auto Supply Cor. Main.& Clay Sts.,.Ukiah 5-13mlc rop SALE— 1500W 110 volt portable or stationary light plant, used less than 100 hours. Now have P.G.&E. power. New price •$425, selling price $250. See at Seotts Ford Tractor Agency, Ukiah. lOStfc LABELS For wine bottles or other purposes, plain or fancy; wide selection to choose frorin. The Redwood Journal. tfx IMMEDIATE DELIVERY -r Water heaters, floor furnaces and ranges for propane-butane. Economical home and farmtank gas units. L. P.' Gas & Appliances. Phone 17-J, Mason and Standley streets. 71tfc FpR SALP— 75-l)j. icebox.. Phone ••• I4-S'-12,-Potter Valley, or write John L. Ne^irman, Rte. 1, Pottdr Valley. 16t3p MAY 27, 1948 DEEDS New Air Schedule To Chicago and New York , Coordination of schedules be- E A Lynch, trustee of P M S|t^gg„ Southwest Airways arid Trans-World. Airline; effective June 15, will make it possible for residents of Uklah to fly to Chicago and New York in a single day. 'TWA will inaugurate daytime Constellation service between San Francisco, Chicago and New York.. Daytime Constellation flight will leave San Francisco Municipal Airport at 10:30 a.m., p.d.s.t., arriving in Chicago at 6:30 p.m. and New York City at 10:55 p.m. A Southwest flight for connection can be boarded here at 8:39 ajn. Corp to Ralph Padula et al, land in Willits. . T B Gallbreath to Pac Tel .& Tel Co, land in T12N R13W. W E McNeill et UX to A B Heavner, land in T24Iir R17W. DECLARATION OF HMSTD Lucille Ellison, land in Daugherty Add to Willits. • NOTICE INTENDED SALE Walter Richmond to G L Huff et UX, personal property used in connection with grocery store situated in Boonville, known as Richmond's Store; sale to take place at offices of Burke and Rawles, Ukiah. LIS PENDENS Dept Pub Works vs Victor Varain et al, land in T19N R17W. RELEASE • : E A Lynch, trustee of P M S Corp, bankrupt, to Ralph Padula et al, dba R&E Jjnbr Co, land 'in Willitls. . " ' . BILL OF SALE , Martha Jones to Margaret Marshall, dwelling house in Mendo Co and property. MAY 28, 1948 DEEDS Ture West et ux to Albert Mertle et ux, land in "Sherwood Villa tract, Fort Bragg. William Gray et ux to Uoyd PhiUips et ux, land in lot 124, Yokayo rancho.'.! • • . FINAL DISTRIBUTION • Est of Mike Andrianoff, deed, land in Burbank tract distributed to Jean Mlsihi. ESTABLISH FACT OF DEATH Termination of Life Estate of Susan Speer, deed, said deceased died 8/5/46. FINAL DISTRIBUTION Est of Anna Johnson, deed, distributes land in Covelo to Mildred Gates, daughter. ABSTRACT OF JUDGMENT Ukiah Farmers Club vs Emma Quarteroni. total' amount $254.51. REFORMING DEED . Amy Mitten vs Cecil Woodruff ^t al. land in T18N R13W. MORTGAGES Jesse Wilson et dl to V P Wilson, personal property, tractor, etc. Baldwin, Strflub Corp to Crocker First Nat Bk, vehicles, tractor, etc. CERTIFICATE OF SALE Joseph Hurd vs Bernlce Ha'iisam OLD AGE PENSION MEETING The Citiens'. Committee has arranged a meeting in Odd Fellows hall on Monday, June 14, at ,1:30 p.m. for a discussion of the measure which will appear on the November ballot to liberalize the pension laws. At the meeting there will be a period devoted to questions and answers. et al, land in .Ukiah.:; O R Skaggs vs. Myer Gross, land in T18N R17-18W. ASSIGNMENT Svgs Bk Mendo Co to S W Watson et ux, motor Vehicles. ASSIGNMENT & SUBSTITUTION Svgs Bk Mendo Co to Clara Feliz, deed of trust, substitutes Clara Feliz as beneficiary, MAY 29, 1948 DEEDS F W Sandelin et ux to Pac Tel & Tel, land in Ukaih. Angus McDonell et ux to Kenneth McDonell, land in TISN R17W. George Bulloch to George Schneider, land in T15N R16W. O O Barker et ux to Kathleen Backes et al, land in T5S R2E. Austin Gain et ux to Helen Moncrief, land in Ukiah. MORTGAGES B & W Timber Co to Bk Am, loader. Leonard Berchtold to Bk Am, caterpillar ti'uck wench, dozer. RECONVEYANCJE Corp Am to Austin Gain et ux, deed of trust. PUMPS WE can supply pumps from the largest deep-well turbine to the smallest pressure system, -and have competent enjSMieers to figure your job. •' ' " > WE represent two of the most respected nam'es in the pumping business: BYRON JACKSON Irrigation Pumps and V- JACUZZI Pressure Systems Bring your jjumping.pr.oblems to us. UKIAH FARMERS CLUB . Call 730 41tfc For Sale FOR SALE— 4 14^in. Oliver plows, new; 4 V clamp arms; 2 bars, 54-in. long. Priced reasonable. 1 army tent, 16xl6-ft., $25. W. R. Baker, Box 133B, Old River Rd., south. 17t3c FOR SALE—2 chrome dining sets, • electric soda water cooler. Reasonable. Inquire Bob's Lunch, E. Perkins. i6t3p FOR SALE — Caterpillar tractor MIO. William Niemi, Box 22, Redwood Valley. 16t4p FOR SALE milk cow. 5 p.m. — Young Guernsey Phone 13F4 after 16t3p LOTS FOR SALE — In Reglna Heights, district, 2 miles east Ukiah. Large fir trees and shrubs. Phone 15-J-S. 12tfc FOR SALE— Allls Chalmers HDID angle dozer, 12-ft.'Moore blade with Buckeye double drum for use with carryall, etc. Good condition. McCombs & Morrison, Upper Lake. 14tf8 Wanted to Buy JUNK WANTED -n-Will pay $15 a ton for mixed iron; $2.75 for bid batteries; mixed rags 2 cents a .pound. Ukiah Hide &: Tallow 'Works, Low Gap Rd. 6-7mlc WANTED TO- BUY. — Yeariing •s wethei?s or ewes by the pound. • In or out of; the wool. Call Don Wfiger, Ulciah 1106 and .leave message.:: . ; .6/3mlc Vlfiahtedl to Rent HOUSE RENtAL'EXCHANGE Family of three moving from Alameda, Standard station superin-. tendent, needs 5 or 6-room rent- . al. WJU exchange-5-room rental in Alameda, excellent location, fine condition, rents, under $50. Can exchange immediately, write R W. TA-YLOR ' 946 Pacific; Alameda. Give full • details.: ,. - • '•• 17t2p WANTED, TO RENf— Small unfurnished house op apt., 5 rnos. Youn^; rejiable couple no chil- dreh pr pets, Please call 1017-W after 6 p.rri.; leave messa'ge.'17t3p Miscellaneous WA-i-CH FOR DATE — Special Showing Studebaker '49er. 17t3c H. Runkel, Roofing F<DR dependable asbestos and other types of fine roofing protection, see us at 111 W. Perkins St.. phones 102:or 531. 17tfc SEWING MACHINES — Bought, .sold, repaired. I. -Boesel, 2,10 Thompson. Phone 1191-W. 16t3p PHOTO FINISHING Developing, Printing, Enlarging Better wbrk, Faster Service. PERRY'S PHOTO SUPPLIES' 160 E. Standley,-Ifih. 174J; 16t3c RED HOT truck news by Studebaker. " • '• ' • ;17t3c 1ii Wanted., F.eeder Lambs ANY. .NUMBE'R. - Write HOOven •Ranches,- RFD No. 2, Areata, Humboldt county. 6-3mlp Used Cars FOR SALE — Plymoutfi coupe, newly; V painted, $165. 719 So. StateSt; ' 17t3c FOR SALE -^Buick 8.4-door sedan, in good shape. 734 No. Pine. St, ' 17t2c FOR SALE:—1937 GMC cab-.over- englne truck, 10-wheeler, a good buy now at $795. See Daii Cohen, 119 So. Main St., phone 933-W. 17t3c STUDEBAKER is about to ring the bell with great truck news. . ' 17t3c USED CARS 1936 Plymouth 4-door sedan, ' 1935 Chevrolet coach, 1935 Studebaker sedan, 1937 Willys 4-door sedan. 1935 International V6-tpn pickup. 1940 Chevrolet %-t6h pickup. Vevoda Motor Sales School & Smith. Ph. 370-W. 12tfc Real Dependafc>ility IN USED CARS Is what you're offered When you buy at COX BROTHERS USED,CAR LOT 301 So. State St. • Phone 977-W. . P6tfc Empioymeiit SMALL REFRIGERATOR 4.13-cu.-ft. Size. 5-Year Warranty. Terms if desired—$3.35 a week, after a small down payment. PAUL O. NITSCH state & Clay. Ph. 47-J. 14tfc AIR COOLERS SPECIAL prices for the warm weather ahead. Window mounting types at $39 to $49 reg. $64 values. Get your cooler how, Only a few available-at these prices. PAULO. NITSCH state •& Clay Phone 47-J. 13tfc SMALL APT. SIZE GAS RANGES 18%" wide, 25" deep, 34Vfe".high; 4 bumel-s, broiler, oven thermo- state. For butane or city gas, $99.95. Also .the same size in electric, slightly higher in price. PAUL O. NITSCH state & Clay- Ph. '47-J.' 14tfc FOR SALE— One acre on Redwood highway with 150-foot frontafe ,2. Splendid location, electricity and school buses. Price $1500. Terms, $300 down, balance at easy payments. ' FIVE ACRES south of Ukiah, immediately off the Redwood highway on good road 1 mile from Ukiah. Level with good drainage. Good building site. Price $2750, terms. Lorlcin J. Younce Preston Bldg,, 103 So. School St. Ukiah. Calif. 13t6c WANTED AT ONCE— 4 women to work opt tuition in beauty school; Call in person only. Redwood Empire School of Beauty Culture, 216 Hinton Ave., Santa Rosa. ' 17t2c WANTED— Beauty operator, permanent or for summer months. Phone 218. 18tfc WANTED— Logger to log 30,000,000 feet of redwood and fir. Must have sufficient equipment for 100,000 feet per day. To start immediately. Contact Elmer Padula, c/o Pacific Slope Lumber, Inc., P.O. Box 537, WiUits, Calif. 16t3c WANTED— Experienced mechanic for part-time work. Phone 478-tl 17t2c Wanted Ensplpyment WANTED — Yard work and odd jobs. Handy man. 734 No. Pine St. Phone 1031-J. • 17t2c WANTED —Laundry,. work in my home. 753 So. Oak St. 5-lOmlp .1 WANTED — .Hay cutting, raking, baling ,all new modern equipment, new Holland balehr anywhere in 25-mile radius of Ukiah, standard prices. Cox's ranch. Pot. Val., phone 32-W. Stfc Kl'TTENS-.-FREE, Companion for your child or puppy. Mark King 511 W. Church St, Ukiah. 16t3p "Let Mitch Do It" . YOUR tree trimming , topping, cablingi cavity filling, tree removing; Mendbclrib or Lake Co. MITCH'S TREE SERVICE, Rte, 1, Box 42G, or phone 929-J. - •5/27mlc FIRST IT WAS CARS--TNOW its trucks-^tudebaker. : ; 17t3c SEPTIC TANKS & CESSPOOLS Pumped. . Modern Equipment. No mileage charge. Phone Upper Lake lOOiJ. If no answer, phone 52 between 8 a.m. and 6 p.m., or write: PiO. Box 220, Upper Lake, • . • A.E. SILVA ,14tfc ATTENTION. 6TOCKMENS—Your shipping association -will handle your stock and get you top prices with least cost—one aniriial or truckload. Pool shipments biweekly. Farm Bureau Livestock . ' Marketing Assn. Call BoorivUle 2S91; Ukiah 705-M. 12tfc GREAT NEWS soon by Studebaker tiruck factory. 17tSc HOY HURT'S . 30-minute laundry. We have 25 Behdix washers to serve you. Open 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.. 347 N. Main St., phone I 929-W, •:. .5il01rilc I SEWING MACHINE SALES 8E SERVICE Repairs, all makes • Regular trips to Ulciah and. * vicinity Contact: . . Singer Sewing Machinn Co. 735 4th St., phone 1381. Santa Rosa etfc THE SUPER LINE for '49. Studebaker trucks. Coming, soon. 17t3c. Diston Chain Saws SALES & SERVICE- Parts available at all times. CHAS. J. SWIFT . 233 Main St., phone 69, Willits 104tfo LEAVING TOWN*- Have to seuf List with Strout- , , 44tfc MATTRESSES Renovated .and recovered. Allen's Mattress and Upholstery works. State Lie. 317 No. Main, phone 1044-W. 4tfc, HOOFING AND INSULA^lOMour . speciial,ty. Johns-Manville products; hi) job too big, none :ibo small. Herman Runkel. ^h. 102. STUDEBAKER is domg it again— this time It's a truck." l'yt3o ARCHITECTURAL DRAFTING— John 'VFilson. 610 McPeak St. . BOtfo Business Opportunity Mendocino douhty including Ukiah and Willits, franchise for the sensational new DAVIS the car the whole world is talk- 'mg about. Out soon. For jn- formatlon, contact LEON FEIDER Fort Bragg, Calif,'Phone 194 16t4c FOR SALE- Two bay mares, if not claimed and pasture paid within 30 days, C, M. Caspar, Manchester. ' 16t6p FRIGIDAIRE refrigerator for sale. Excellent condition; guarantee. 719-721 So, State St. 17t3c WOOL BAGS, FLEECE TWINE, AND "BLUE STONE- NOW in 'Stock at HOLZ CO. Prepare for your needs now. Itfc ROLL TICKETS— On sale at The Redwood Journal. . idtfx Lost and Found FOUND^Brown leather key holder, Tuesday evening at Perkins and State intersection, contains 9 kej's including safety deposit box keys. Owner may have by identifying and paying for this ad. 16tlx FOUND—Small purse containing currency in the Savings Bank of-. Mendo. County. Inquire at bank. 5tf0 IPor Rent FOR SALE— 50-lb. icebox, white enatnel; $30; 16-qt. Magic Seal pressure cooker, $8. 784 West Stephenson St. a7t3p FOR SALE—Servel gas lefrigel- ator. 221 Ford St. 17t3p PASTURE FOR RENT—Pasture for about 300 head cattle for 4 months or a smaller number for longer time, in Sonoma (bounty between Petaluma and Santa Rosa. Natural grass hill range, fenced, plenty water, still green, not pastured this season. Will take any size lot by herd per month. J. R. Linebaugh, Rt. 4, Box 220, Petaluma, Calif. Phone Petaluma, 19-F-5. , 16t4c T. FEIBUSCH CONSTRUCTION CO. Commercial^ Industrial', Residential and Concrete Construction For free estimates call 1126-M_or write P.O. Box 32, Ukiah. 96tfc A. G. Kessih^er % WELL DRILLING 581 No. Dora. Ph. 627-R. 20tfo SONOMA MATTRESS WORKS of Cotati, Calif. . , Let us convert that old mattres?-^ into a modern innerspring. ;J^oi |9 springs rebuilt. New innersprings and box springs made to order. For inforinatioii call Ukiah Rug Cleaners, phone 727-W. . ,83tfc Radio Repairing ONE-DAY service on all types of home .or auto radios. PAUL O. NITSCH state & Cl^. Ph. 47-J. ' 75tfc POMO INN Cocktail Lounge Colffee Shop Steak - Fried Chicken - Seafoods GOOD COFFEE Hopland — Phone 2151 We Cater to Clubs arid-Groups • ' • lOtfc FOR RENT—Sleeping rooms. 406 Henry St, Phone 904-J. 12t'fc Mick's Grocery and Delicatessevi OPEN daily except "Thursdays, 7:30 to 6. Homemade raviolis and cooked foods dally. Raviolis for special occasions by order. "Knotty Pine" buildmg on Talmade Rd. Temporary phone, 971J:J. _ lOtfe HOUSEHOLD REPAIR — Lawnmower, saws and garden tools sharpened. Apply 503 W. Per- klqs (rear). Ph, 387-W. 5-13mlc PEHSONALSTATl 'OMERr- Just theithliignfofi a gift or for your own use. Redwood Journal. 41tfx V

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