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DlSfATCH DEMOCRAT. tJKIAH, CALIFORNIA CLASSIFIED TODAY : ? ORR'S AUTO EXCHANGE : .'308 So. state St. Dependable Used Cars l'i»38- Lincoln Zypher sedan. . 1933 Plymouth coupe. 1941 Qldsmobile 6 club coupe. l)941;«I?ontlac sedan-coupe. 194:l-«<Shevrolet 2-door. DdKia^r 'A Ford with trailer. IWS Sudson convertible. 1938>Plymouth 4-door sedan. 1988-Chevrolet coupe. IftW^Dodge 4-door sedan. la^eiJChevrolet 4-door sedan. , 1946>:Ford 4-door sedan. 194r, Plymouth sedan. 1^42i'By mouth sedan. 1933 ^Chevrolet sedan. 1956 /Jaep with gooseneck trailer »i .wand 5th wheel, trailer has > •electric brakes. Perfect con. ••.^;j3itioh. Will sell trailer and i ^^th wheel spax-ate. :«.EEto TRUCK AGENCY WB-BWY LATE MODEL CARS See'Tom Berkley or Wally Morrison ' : 23.ttc LIVESTOCK AUCTION — Every Tuesday at Uldah Auction Yard. Pbgn^ 690-W for information and truck service. 89Th-tfc Bech-t-ol's Paint Store Buy Your Paint From a Painter .WALLPAPER — PAINTS 109 So, State. Phone 293. 54tfc-T For-Sxpert Piano Tuning , . and Repair iatest Electronic Method R. S. RYDER & CO. ' ' Call Bob Ryder Care of Gloria Pacini, 131-W, or Greeott's Music Store. 54Thtfc-fp KIRBY Vacuum Cleaner NO bag to detach. NO paper bag to replace. NO water pan to empty. NO'paper filter to-change. For Free Demonstration Phone 745. Box 127 Talmage. KIRBY CO. of UKIAH 21tfc* HAVE YOU SEEN the new type of truck—STUDEBAKER '49er? .- 24t3c Business Opportunities and Real Estate AUTO COURT—3 dbl. and 2 sgl. units, »beautifully furnished; 2- bdrm. home; large lot; A-1 highway location. $37,000, terms. SMALL HOME—4 large bldg. lots with beautiful view and shade. $9000. NEW HOMEi—2 bdrm., propane tank, wall heater, large lot. $8000. 1-BEDROOM HOME—New, level lot, in city." Priced to sell at $3800. NEW HOME — Redwood Valley, Basillte; very attractive. $9500, LOT — 100x100 ft. South Dora. $1350. • , . HOME-»4 large lots. $7875.: LOT—Munson tract. $550. See O. E. LONG, Mgr. O. R. SKAGGS 344 No. State St., Ukiah. 24t3c JREVOLUTIONAHY — Studebaker '49er truck sets new truck standards. 24t2c WE HAVE IT— 4-room home, close in, large lot, lawn and shade, fehdfid. A pickup at $4700. BL- PHJCK'S, 715 So. State. 24tlc FOR SALE —Purebred Australian Shepherd pups, 7 weeks. Mother wjell known as excellent stock do'g. Box 23, Clearlake Oaks. __!ZZ-L—— 24t3p FO» SALE— Very cute,well buUtT brand-new 2-bedroom home. Only'$6500. NEAR'-TALMAGE — Well built, fU:Aiished home. Only $6500. HERE is that small ranch you are looking for. 9 acres, 4-room hdj^l,' bam and other improvements. $7000. OTHERS. "StlROUT REALTY Ukiah 24tlc FOR; SALE — 1947 Studebaker truck, cattle rack, dual wheels, A-1 condition. 12,000 miles. $1698. STtfDEBAKER ASSOCIATED SERVICE 24t3c FOR SALE — 3-pc. blue dining room set,.'small apartment or cabin size. Call 402 E. Perkins, rear, evenings. 24t3c WIDELY ACCLAIMED — The super line for '49 Studebaker truciijir- 24t2c Mick's Grocery and Delicate^isen . OPEN daily except - Thursdays, 7:30 to 8, Homemade raviolis and coukcd foods daily; Raviolis tor special occasions by order. "Knotty Pine" building on Talmage Rd. Phone 1041-M. Ofl-sale beer and wine. • 24tfc JJEW—Under-hood accessibility— Studebaker '49er. 24t2c FOR SALE -.75Jb. white enamel ice box; In good condition. N. Amvers, Redwood Valley, Rte. 1, Box 127. 24t3p FOR SALE — 1945 GMC tractor and Reliance 2-axle semi. Phone 3a..Ri Potter Valley. , 24t3p FOR SALE — Yearling Merino rams. Phone 13-J-5, Ukiah. Ask for Hawn. 24t6p NEW TYPE OF TRUCK in lowest price field-Studebaker '49er. • ^' 24t2c HELP WANTED ^Man^r woman; sales work. No door-to-door selling. Contact, Dorothea Rouse, Ukiah 60. July 2.. 24tlp FOR 'SALE—2 showcases, pie tins, ,tr£(ys: and, many oth^r .items. of .restaurant equipment. One 12- gauge _pu,tomatic Remington ^^hotgunri Large I>ang range, 2 'ovens! Dorothy's Food Shop, 209 So. Oak St. 24tlc DISPATCH- DEMOCRAT B; A. COBER . . .Pulilishet Published each.Friday at 120 E'. Slandley. St.. Ukiah,. Mendocino County. California. SUBSCRIPTION HATESt Per Year 1 $2.50 iThre^ Months.. Ohe Month. Six Months c l.SO .80 .30 Single Copies to Non-Subscribers, lO.centii Commercial: Advertising Rateii Readers, .20c per line Insertion, ISc per line each subsequent Insertion. Readers s6t in 7 point type, which is the body of'this newspaper. Walter Jamersons Plan To Return To Ukiah' Fairs to Get $65 ,^6 Gift Funds Derived of Pari-Mutuel Betting Distributed Mr. and Mrs. Walter Jamerson, who left Ukiah about a year ago and have been living ih San Jose, will return to maHo their honje'in their; apartment which has been occupied by. Mr. and Mrs. James Mitchell. • The Mitchells have bought the home of his father, the late Sam Mitchell,, on Scott street to which they will move to give possession to the Jamersons.. LEGAL NOTICE FOR SALE—1947 Harley-Davidson 61 O.H.V. deluxe; Excellent condition, , Plionp 247-R or. see at 572 P6rk Blvd; '24t3o Automotive Painting Phone 1521-J, Box 199, River Rd. 24tlp CAN YOU IMAGINE—m acres with 1 acre in irrigated ladino . clover near the river, post office, schools, abundance of shade and water, large bam, 3-bedroom house, old but recently remodeled, and the owner says sell it for only $6300. ELPHICK REAL ESTATE, 715 So. State. 24tlc ROYAL ANN CHERRIES are ripe! . At tlie Butler ranch. Come pick your own. 12 cents per pound. Phone 22 -Y -12. 24tlc FOR SALE— 1948 Jeep, 2700 miles. , Original owner, A-1 condition. Must sell, best offer. 406 Henry St. Phone 904-J. 24tlp ACCEPT OUR INVITATION— See the Studebaker '49er now on display. 24t2c FOR SALE— ;Floor .model radio- phonograph;; navy-type metal bunk tied ,and .mattresses, AlS9,. -'handmade 30"'floor model weaving Ipom. Call 1037-W. - 24t3c NOW ON DISPLAY -^tudebaker '49er V4-ton pickup. STUDEBAKER ASSOCIATED ' SERVICE • '24tj'c PHOTO FINISHING — 24-HOUH SERVICE. Developing, printing, enlarging. Perry's Photo Supplies, . 160 E. Standley. Phone 174-J. 24t3c FOR SALE — 1939 Buick sedan, good rubber, radio, motor completely overhauled. Good clean car. See at 306 So. Pine St. after 5 p.m. 24t3p WANTED — Young man desires steady work as helper no ranch or resort. Board and room and small wages. Phone 156 or 888-M. : 23tfc Berlin's Pharmacy WILL b closed 4 days—July 4th through 7th. Please check on your refills before Saturday eve. We close 7:30 p .m. We thank you. Mr. M. Berlin. 24tlc Berlin's Pharmacy ANT^OUNCES the EX-CEL-CIS cosmetic gift this week goes to Pi^ina Zania. We give SifeH green stamps. 24tlc FOR RENT — Furnished 2-room cottage with bath. 546 No. State. 24tlp LP. • Gas & Appliance Co. Mason & Standley Phone 1000 O'Keefe & Merritt Ranges ' O'wn Your Own Tank Gas Is Cheaper a, Hot Water Heaters Restaurant Griddles and Ranges .Roper Kitchen Ranges PQbaters and Floor Furnaces • SERVICE IS OUR MOTTO ' Try Usl 15tfc-fp FOR SALE — Completely redecorated 2-bedroom home, V6 block from municipal park. Immediate possession. Inquire at A. P. Books Shoe Shop, cor. Oak and Standley Sts. 24tfc VENETIAN BLINDS Repaired - Repainted Renew you.r blinds with Flexalum aluminum slots. New blinds made to order. City-wide pickup and delivery. Free Estimates 620 So. State St. Ph. 610. 7-lmlc The •state, division o^ fairs and; expositions will allocate $65,000 to all county and district fairs in the state for: the l948.49;fisoal year., j .'r These' are ^unds; derived from; pari-mutueV. play at; race 'traclfs'. throughout California.'"'' The $05,000 allocation' Is the: same as for the fiscal year Jtily 1,' 1946 to'June 80, 1947. last year,, the Twelfth District Agricultural Association-at Ukiah paid out $12,^ 355.08 in premiums from the allocation. It also used a portion of; the funds for ground development. The Mendocino. County Fair at: Boonville paid out $15,006; ' ... The division said'$4v420,000 was ^ distributed to 45 district and 23 county fairs, and during the current year, this amount 1 will be swelled, due to increasipd income CERTIFICATE OF INDIVIDUALS TRANSACTING BUSINESS UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME*- We.the undersignedj do hereby certify that our names and addresses are: CHARLES E. KICE, residing at 270 East Shrlith Street, Ukiah, California; WILLIAM L. KICE, residing at 270 East Smith Street, Ukigh, California; that we are - transacting business at -2^0 East Smith Street, Ukaih, California, under a designation not showing the names of the person^:, interested in such business, to-wit: • UKIAH'SAW AND^' isCNIFE ' WORKS, ' • CHARLJBS E. KICE^ WILLIAM KICE. • " '6;2S; 7/2,9,16 •LECTAL NOTICE A Niagara Duster .'•or,,a . Bean Mist Sprayer and Combination Duster MAY be the answer to a wet spring's problems of sprdying. See Holz Co. Now in stock. 104tfc CITATION No. S2S.J ,, In the SUPERIOR COURT of the STATE - OF CALIFORNIA, in andifor the COUNTY. OF MENDOCINO, v-,. .In the Matter of ROBIN GIQER, a person under. th« age of 21 I years. • . . • THE PEOPLE OF THE To GEOilGE GIGER, Jr., and ROSALIE GIGER; Greetings: NOW -ON DISPLAY— Studebaker '49fir VS-ton pickup. STUDEBAKER ASSOCIATED SERVICE 24t3c CHERRIES WANTEP — Want to buy about 1 gal. red sour cherries. Write 521 So. State St., Ukiah, or phone 890-W after 6 p .m. 24tfx* ROOM FOR RENT— Nice room, for nice girl, very close in. 386 No. Oak. 24t3p Pcjpnting - Decorating SVfeet Rock taped, textured, finished. Paper hanging. Ph. 397. ; H.S.GRAY P.O.-Box 608, mdah ' 3tfc* LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE TO CREDITORS In tlje SUPERIOR COURT of the STj\TE OF CALIFORNIA, in and for the COUNTY OF MEN- DQCINO. In" the Matter of the Estate of Reuben G. Grant, also known as and • sometimes called Rueben Grarrt, also known as Reuben Grant, also kno'wn as Ruben G. Grant, Deceased. Notice is hereby given by the undefrsigjied executor of the estate of I!|puben G. Grant, also known as Rueben Grant, also known as Reuben Grant, deceased, to the creditors of and all persons having claims against said decedent to file tj^em with the necessary vbuch- ers within six months after the first publication of this notice, in the cpice of the clerk of the above- named court, or to exhibit them with' the necessary vouchers within six months after the date of the first •publication of this notice, to saidexecutor at thfe office of Preston & Falk, Attorneys at Law in the Preston Building, at Xnciah, California, which said last named place the undersigned executor selects a^s the place of business, in all matters appertaining to or connect^ with the said estate of Reuben G. Grant, also known as and 4 sometimes called Rueben Grant, also known as Reuben Grant, also kno'wn as Ruben G. Grant, deceased. Fi^'st publication in the Dispatch Democrat June 11, 1948. ^JAMES EDWARD GRANT, SL Executor of the Estate of Reuben G. Grant, also known as Rueben Grant, • also known as Reuben Grant, also known as Ruben G. Grant, Deceased. PRESTON & FALK, Attorney for Executor, Preston Building, Ulrjah, California. 6/11,18,25; 7/2 FREE RA'WLEIGH PRODUCTS —To the .first 10 adults who return this advertisement, we will give 2 NEW PRODUCTS FREE! Next 10 will receive 1 new product free. Clip this now and mail to The W. T. Rawleigh Co., Dept. 106, Oakland 7, Calif. 24tlc CAMERA REPAIRING WE buy 'em. We fix 'em. We sell 'em. Complete line of Photo Supplies. Perry's Photo Supplies, 160 E. Standley. Ph. 174-J. 24t3c FOR SALE —John Deere 12A combine with power take-off.. Price $375. Ed Hayes. Willits. 24t6p LOST — Crocheting outfit and glasses, in brown paper bag. REWAJRJb of $5 will be paid for return to Maple Cafe. 24t3c ,You are hereby cited to be and ....v.^v., „ _ appear in the Superior Court of from racing, and the :^actrvatioh , State of California, in and for of • additional county'and district j the County of Mendocino, at the fairs which suspended operations .t^ourtroom of the Juvenile Depart- during the war. ment thereof at the Courthouse in Tv.^ K Ki . the City of Ukiah, County of Men- The state collects 5.51 cents from ^^^.^^^; g^^^^ California, on Friday, the 6th day of August, 1948, at 10 o'clock A.M., of that r\f tu^ oQ 1 „ „ 11 day, tile;: and there to show cause, i^^tf^^^t^^ Touir^it b^v °?hi: S -tlo 'i -'sV '^^er tntT ^^t^^^^^S"::^^ tr:i\^^ th'e cus! l1.^^t^lTL^f,irL.T\? t°dy and ^'ontrol of you and each f^M rJTi f.,nH « °f y°". his father and mother, and ^n? \^\lf^nr^ JZJ t^T for failure to attend as herelnbe- .v ,?"5,.^° • fore r^uired you will be deemed LIGHTING FIXTURES— We have In stock and maintain the largest and most complete line of lighting fixtures in Mendocino and Lake counties. ROBERT L. BECKER 731 So. State St. Ukiah, Calif. ' 104tfc Mode O'Day Frock Shop Features Dresses, .^Jouses, Lingerie, Hosiery, and Uniforms 328'No. State St. Phone 1102-J , 94tfc HOL'Z CO. announces A Complete Stock of MULTI-GROOVE V-BELT SHEAVES & BELTS Something new for this area. . Itfc PIANO TO 3E SOLDr-^In Ukiah vicinity. Excellent tone^ .fine quality, very famous make spinet type. Also good medium bungalow type of excellent tone. Reasonable terms to reliable party. For ; information write Cline Piano Company, '2097 Mission St.. San Francisco. 16t6c Trespass Notices PROTECT your property with ; rfmable signs, printed on sign cloth. Prices: 6, $2.50; 12, $3.00, 25, $4.00; 50, $5.50; 100, $8.50. On mail orders, include state sales tax and postage. Redwood Journal. 32tfx LOTS FOB SALE — Ih Regina Heights district, 2 miles cast Ukiah. Iiarge fir trees and shrubs. Phone 15-J-3.. 12tfc FOR SALE— AUiS Chalmers HDIO angle, dos'.er, 12-ft. Moore blade wlthvBuc,keye double drum for use with'Carryalli etc.; Good con- ditiona;; irfcCombs ;& vMorjison, Upper Lake. 14tfc WOOL^BAGS, FLEECE TWINE, •;AND'3LUE STONE" •" ' "-Now in Stock at V HOLZ CO. Prepare, for your needs now. '\ • Ittc FOR SALE —-Baled oats and vetch hay that has not been rained on. L. M.'Munson, corner East Valley and Hearst road, Willits. Phone 17-F-4. 88tfc FOR SALE—ISOOW 110 volt port' able or stationarjv light plant, used less than 100 hours. Now have P.G.&E. power. NeW price $425, selling price $250. See at Scotts Ford Tractor Agency, Ukiah. 103tfc every dollar wagered at a California' race track; the track, 8.24 cents and the: bettor 86.25 cents. and .5 per cent to tha poultry improvement 'research group. Pets For PounU- STUDEBAKER estabUshes a new standard in trucks with the '49er. • . , , ^ 24t2c FOR SALE— Water tank, 20 gal. gas; Sun-flow air heater; 100- gal. storage tank; washing machine, Ace, in A-1 condition. H. S. Riggs, 836 Grove Ave. 24t2c MERK RADIO SHOP the old reliable Sales — Service — Satisfaction Opposite Theater. Ukiah 49tfc-f p Ukiah Van & Storage Co Local and Statewide MOVING l>hone 440-J, Ukigh * 4/14mcfp Automotive Work BODY and fender, painting, glass, overhaul, expert repairs of every kind. Prompt service. Tow car on call. Vevoda Motor Sales School & Smith Phoiie 3'70-W 65tfcfp Empire Roofing Co. Prompt Service Free Estimates All tJTJes rooflng expertly applied. Repair Work Our Specialty. Ail work guaranteed. Gen. Del., Talmage, phone 327-M 4tfe-fp Northern Calif. Movers & Builders BUILDING & CONSTRUCTION Moving, Raising Foundations Telephone 484, Ukiah, Calif. • • 70ttc-fp BEAUTIFY YOUR HOME Paintnig - Decorating Paperhanging We Specialize in Sheet Rock Taping an.d Texturing Le Fleve & Son 206 Mason. Ph. 1166-M. 12tfc-fD POTTER MEY POTTER VALLEY, June 29.— Mr and Mrs. Malcolm McLeod, Mrs. E. A. Spotswood, Mrs. Kate Butcher, Mrs. P. B. Westerman, M. Cole and Joann and Bill Leard were Sunday dinner guests of Mr, and Mrs. James Shelton. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Pickle, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Pickle, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Meyer and children, and Carl Anderson made a business trip to Eden valley-Sunday... Wednesday night, following the church supper, Mrs. Spotswood and Miss Cole gave reports on the Methodist conference which they attended the preceding week in Stockton. Zeta Stainbrook and Joann Norman assisted'in serving. Saturday night the monthly potluck Grange supper was held in the banquet room of Grange hall. Due to everybody being so busy and to the vacation season there were not as many present as usual. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Kern of southern California were Friday night guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Ingels. Mrs. Kern is a niece of Mrs. Ir.gels. They; spurred work to make the NeAv Charter Members Donate For Strays Pets from all over" the county are contributing to the ""Humane Society's better-dog-poand campaign. Mr. and Mrs. William George of, Fort Bragg, who nad read of it in the Journal, were in to See Mrs. Ijouise Bernhard, secretary, Monday and donated in the name of their dog. Fluffy George. On the .same day a letter came from another Journal reader, Mrs. Walter Jackson, a resident of Mendocino, who sent her contribution in the name of her pet. Patsy Jacksoli. Other names of Ukiah pets were added to th'e charter roster with'new contributions this week. They include' Spice. Vierra, Tri and Thunder Runkel, , Taffy Swhidell, Abie Hovey, Macarthur Wallach, Teddy Hengeveld, Tidy and Teddy Holzhauser, Patsy Ray, Hi Davis and .Rochester Bprecky. With donations already received, work was well under way last week to provide shade and stationary water containers for the |' stray animals of the community who are required by , law to be shut up until retrieved by their owners, bought out of captivity by someone who wants a pet, or destroyed by order, ol.the pound- master. With hot weather, the Huihane guilty of a contempt of Court. Given under my hand and seal the Superior Court of the State 'of California, in and ^or the County of Mendocino, this 28th •&y of June, 1948. . 1 W. J. BHOADDUS, Clerk, By MYRTLE MAHAFFEY, Deputy. 7/2,9,16,23 For Sale LABELS —^ For wine bottles or other purposes, plain or fancy; wide selection to choose from. , The Redwood Journal. tfx SMALL REFRIGERATOR 4.13-cu.-ft. Size. 5-Year WaiTanty. Terms if desired—$3.35 a week, after a small do'wn payment PAUL O. NITSCH State & Clay. Ph. 47-J. 14tfc AIR COOLERS SPECIAL priceis for the warm weather ahead. Window mounting types at $39 to $49 reg. $64 values. Get your cooler now. Only a few available at these pricdis. PAULO. NITSCH state & Clay Phone 47-J. . . 13tfc ,For Sale or Trade 10 -ROOM HOUSE— 2 cabins, garage; Or ropms : furnished; 10 rentals, ap'proximately $5000 yearly income. .„ WJA.NT'; HOMB-Some cash, bal- .'ance.like; rent, wife must have ! -operation:' PRICE $22,000 T. J. HITE 406 W. Henry. 20tfc Wdiifedvtb : Buy . WANTED — Used bricks.. Phoney ' tJ-K-B or see, Scotty, at.Scotty's Shake Mill, Talmage Rd. 2iiSc WANTED— Gas refrigerator, will buy or trade- .7Vl-toot electric . Crosley. Lee Williams, - Willitfe. ' ' ; • ' •^2t3c •JUNK ' WANTED -:-Will pay $16 a toh for mixed iron; $2.78 for old batteries;' mixed rags 2 cents a pound. Ukiah Hide & Tallow , Works,.:Low Gap Ed. '. S-^iplc ; WANTED TO BUY ~ Yearlirig wethers or ewes by the pound. In or out of the wool. Call,Don. Weger, Ukiah. 1106 and:. le,?v,e message. 6/3mlc Wanted, Feeder Lambs ANY NUMBER. Write Hooven Ranches, BFD No. 2, Areata, Humboldt county. 6-3mlp JForReijt FOR RENT ^ Trailer in trailer park, $24. See Boardman at Redwood Journal office.; 1 . 23tfsc CABIN FOH> HENT -rHIghWay 20>' Rte. 2, Box 705,'< ' >• • '22t3p FOR RENT — Sleeping room. 109 W. Clay St. 22t3p FOR RENT-Room with kitchen privileges.'Phone 1031-J. 21tfc FOR RENT—Furnished cabins foV two persons.' Seeley beds;;, kitch- . en; near town. Phone 1017-W:-' .• . O^lOmlc FOR RENT— Sleeping rooms, 40^ Henry St; Phone 004-J. , 12tfc Wanted fo Rent FOR SALE — Girl's bicycle, $25. Phone 1118-J. 22tfc FRYERS FOR SALE— Ph. 25 -Y -3. . ,, : , 22tfc JFOR ,SALE — American Kennel dug registefred Irish Setter puppies, whelped May 15. Dam— jLady Eldamar CGardiner; sire Shaun of Eldamar: Ifte. 1, Box 68-B, East Valley Rd. near Muir ranch, Willits, Calif. 6-24mlp PERMANENT COUPLE with ^hUd need small house or apartmept, reasonable rent. Box 1044; Redwood Journal. 23tfx HOUSE WANTED— Need 2 oi" 3^ bedroom house in or close Uirialv. Will refit or cohsider'le&se; Owin- er of large, Tesponsible, business in this area. No children. Phone 430-J or P.O. BOX 28, Ukiah. ' • i ,j;', •. '..i- ^ ?2t3c IMMEDIATE DELIVERY — Water heaters, floor furnaces and ranges for propane-butane. Economical home and farm tank gas units. L. P. Gas & Appliances. Phone 17-J. Mason and Standley struts. 7 Itfc PUMPS WE can supply pumps from the largest deep-well turbine to the smallest pressure systepf, and have competent enj{ineers to figure your Job. WE represent two of the most respected names in the pumping business:. BYRON JACKSON Irrigation Pumps and JACUZZI Pressure Systems Bring your pumping problems to us. UKIAH FARMERS CLUB Call 730 41tfc were accompanied by their son David, Mr, and Mrs. Harold Marshall and Kenneth returned Sunday from a trip north. They visited friends in Eiireka and . drove as far as Crescent City. Mrs, Charles KasCh of Ukiah and Miss Ada Swortzel of Humboldt county called on Potter friends Monday. Mrs. Mamie Leard flew south Saturday to be with Jier daughter, Mrs. Lloyd Jones, who is recovering from a serious illness. Mrs. Lear was accompanied on the trip by I.Irs Vernbn Leard who returned to her Ukiah home Sunday. Mrs. Fern Hees and sons left last wfeek to spend their vacation in Phoenix, Arizona. "They drove to Los Angeles with Fred Mboney, who will spepd the summer with his parents in Alhambra. ' The Russian River Riding Club which was camped last week on the CahiU ^anch on Eel river, returned to Healdsburg Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Cook, former Potter residents and members of the FOR SALE —Garden hose, $2.98 to club, were with the group. Sat$3,98: and lawn sprinklers, 49c urday evening Mr. and Mrs. Marto $4.49 vin Holman and Mr. and Mrs, \^estern Stores James Shelton joined the club for 24tlc ; dinner 1 Friends of Mr. and Mrs, Lee Williams will be sorry to learn tl'iat they are leaving Mendocino FOR SALE —Good baled oat hay, $25 in field. P. C, Crawford, phone 7-F-12. 24t3p quarters comfortable while permanent pens are being constructed at the co.unty farm on Low Gap load, / > Charter memberships will remain open until the fuild is large enough to make certain that stray dogs will no longer be left unfed, unwatered and improperly sheltered, Mrs. Bernhard said. Any pet owner who wants to doiiate in the name 6f hiS or her pei, mhy call her at 376. BODY SHIPPjEE) TO L. A. The body of Alfreda Olsen was prepared for burial and shipped by the Lance & Zimmerman Ukiah Chapel to the W. A. Brown & 'Son funeral home at Los Angeles for interment. She died at a local hospital on June 25. . county to establish a home on. a sheep - ranch in- Marin county. Since selling thejr ranch here Mr. and Mrs. Waiiams have been living at. Sunny •: Brook farni near Willits.. , ; ' . Other- former Potter residents 'who have left the county are Mr. and Mrs. Ted Liefrinck and daughters Patsy and Norma. Mr, Liefrinck has accepted a position in the Santa Rosa high school and ^. ^ has bought a home in ^he Todd 'FRYERS FOR SALE— Ferd Va- district near Santa Rosa I lette, phone 27-F-3. 23t3c FOR SALE— Gentle, weU-trained saddle horses, one child's mount; reasonable. C. H. Tomlin, Potter Valley. 6-17mlc LABELS — For wine, bottles or other purposes, plain or fancy; The Redwood Journal, tfx NEW, modem dwelling of 6 rooms on corneXiet- Located near business district, partly furnished; Price $13,600, reasonable terrns. Larkin J. Younce Preston Bldg. 103 So. School, Ukiah 23t4c FOR SALE—Lumber yard lease, small equipment and building located at Hopland, California, arid belonging to Allied Lumber Co. Sold for best price obtainable subject to approval. ,R. J. |i • ScholE,' 405 Montgomery St.; San Francisco. Tel.' Garfield 1;,5324. . . .22t3c FOR BALE-— 2 showcases in ex- celleiit condition, 8x4x3. Call 110 No. Dora.. 22t3p SMALL APT. SIZE GAS RANGES 18%" wide, 25" deep,. 34V4" high; 4 burners, broiler, oven thermo- state. For butane or city gas, $99.95. Also the same size in electric, slightly higher ih price. PAUL O. IvIITSCH State & Clay. Ph. 47-J. 14tfc Loggers, Attention! GENERATORS for your camp^ IVi to 100 k.w. gasoline or diesel engine driven. Immediate delivery. Bay Cities Equipment, Inc., 2792 Cyprfess St., Oakland, Calif. Phone TWinoaks 3-8313.' 19t6c FOR SALE—New 3-room modern house. Will take down payment and balance by month. Call at 184 Thomas St. • • 6-lOmlc FOR SALE —Marion 3 -yd. crane'j with 75-ft. boom. D8 Caterpillar, $10,500; D7'CaterpiUar, $7000, with dozers. Box 1041, Redwood Journal. ' , : 19t6p Lake County Real Estate Ranches, Homes Clear Lake Frontage W. H. DEVRIES Main St., Upperlake. Phone 7-W. 6-21tfe HURRY, LEAVING 301h Sell equity 5-room home, 1 acre. Rte. 1, Box 138-B, Redwood Valley, 1V6 miles north of Calpella, evenings and Sundays. 22t3p FOR SALE—Bench style saw. Ph. 6-R-3. 22t3c FOR SALE— 1 acre, 5-room house; small down payment, 1V4 niiles north of Calpella on Highway 101. Rte. 1, Box 138-B, Redwood Valley. . 22tf c FOR SALE 2-bedroom ranch- style home, just completed; all electric, unlimited water, large lot. Located in Regina Heights. Price $7950. Phone 885-J. 22t3p FOR SALE—40. acres, $3200. Lajid and timber. Near State Park on county road. Live stream. See local c\gent or F. M. Atkins, • ' '" • ' 21t4p Ukiah. • FOR SALE—Cut carnations, gladiolas, mixed colors.. Luparo Nursery, 1st house on Orr Springs road. Phone 663-W. 22t6c Used Cars FOR SALE— Studebaker pass, coupe, comglet«ly Losli and FQund LOST—Child's glasses,, with .silver .rims. Phone 117,8. . . , ,23t3c Miscellaneous DRESSMAKING AND ALTERATIONS— Experienced. • '722% So. State St.-, Georgia- Scott. 6-24mic LADIES' AND MEN'S ALTERA- TJtONS— And mending. 124'Ford St.. -. ,. .. 6 -14mlD BROOK ALTERATION SHOP-r Machine-made buttonholes: 202 W. Henyy. phpne 1074-W qSrrile H. Runkel, Roofing: , FOR'; depenliabla." asbestos'.; \hd other types of fine roofihg protection, see us'at 111 W; Perkins St.. phones 102 or 531. 'i7tfc "Let Mitch Do It"" Y.)UR tree triihming ,topping, cabling, cavity .filling,tree removing; Mendocino orXakeCo. MITCH'S TREE SERVldE, Rte. 1, Box 42G. or plibiie',929-J. ' . ' • ', 6-28mrc 1947 . . equipped. Inquire 2.50 No. State St., Cochrane Real Estate. 23t3c FORSALE—1936 Ford 4-door sedan, original paint, priced right 1940 Desoto 4-door sedan, overhauled and painted. Phone 234 days or 284 evenings. 23t6c FOR SALE— 1944 Reo and 1947 Reliance logging doUy, double axle. Will.sell as whole or individual. Phone 25-Y-3. . 22t3p FOR SALE— 1940 GMC m -ton, with Pabco smgle action logging dolly. Phone 25-Y-3. • 22tJp HAY FOR' SALE— Gravier Bros., Covel6, Calif. 21t4c FOR SALE —Baling wire in rolls. Box 578, Ukiah. Phone 7-J-1. 21t5p FORSALE—ffO dcres, $5000. Land and timber on cotmty road. Near State Park. Big River runs thru place. Spring water piped to two cabins. See .local agerit or F. M. Atkins. Ukiah. 221t4p FOR SALE — Acetylene welding and cutting outfit, Victor model, with hoses and gauge. Never Used. 959 No. Oak. 22t3x FOR SALE — Registered Cocker puppies, unusual coloring, ,6 weeks' old. 195 Luce Ave. Phone . 468-M, . 23t3c FOR SALE—100 hens and pullets, R..'A. Amundsen; Helen Ave. " 23t3p FOR SALE— Purebred Hampshire pig^. Gordon Hunter, Potter Val- 1^. Phone 8-F-13. 23t3p FOR SALE— 16-ft. house trailer, good conditoin. Albert Mercer, Big Oaks Court. 22t3p FOR SALE— $1000. National hotise trailer, sleeps 4. 1948 license paid. Lee Archer, 3 miles west Boonville, Fred Rawles ranch. • • 22t3c FOR SALE— '36 Packard 4-door ssdan, rebuilt, A-1 condition. 1085 W. Standley, phone 326-J. 22t3p FOR SALE—1947 Willys jeep, excellent condition. Phone 401-J after 5 p.m. 21t6p USED CARS 1936 Plymouth 4-door sedan; 1935 Chevrolet coach. 1935 Studebaker sedan. 1037 Willys 4-door sedan. 1935 International Vi-ton pickup. 1940 Chevrolet V4-ton pickup. Vevoda Motor Sales School & Smith. Ph. 370-W. 12tfc FOR SALfi -^9-room, dwelling located on-.an attractiv<s street; shade trees and shrubs, gairage and ne\v cabjii. Large lot. $5D0p, half down. TWO ACRES— Located in promi­ nent''sefctibn of Ukiah, suitable for homes or business. Good streets through property. Close to fast-growing businesss ecticin. Well worth the. money., PriCM "iJSOOO, terms. Larkin J. Younce Pr<JstQn>PUilding, 'Iflfiah. 22t4c FGRSALE-^IrisK Setters, 6 v/eeks qid..Phene lO^p.. f ' 22t3p FOR SALE — Wedgewobd gas range, table-top model, ivory and buff color combination; excellent condition, $100. See at J. L. Bates home.Coyote Valley, or call 2-J-3 evenings: 22t3p fb .H SALE —Baled oat and vetch lay; in field or delivered. Majr, cet. price. 20dd-gallbn %yater tankis, practically new. , Price $55. Phone 234 days or 284 evjj- nings. 23t6c pop SALp — Kerosene stove, 4 biirrieVs and buUt-in oven. At 709 W. Clay, phone 328-R. 23t3p FOB SALE— National pash rfegis- ter, practically iiew; Redwo6d Auto Supply, ?75:Sb. Main^^^. 884.. FOR 3ALE—Sofa, bed and chgir, ' $30. .SlSyWairtut St. . '23t2c FOR SALE— Pine young registered ,-,.Dur9e , Boajrs, .exce^ent blood lines,'papers "furhished; Redsori- iable'. P. W. Renfro, Hoplhp.d, Calif. 23t3c FOR SALE —Aged Merino ewes. Phone 13-J-5, ask for Hawn. 22t3p FOR SALE—Electric range, good condition, $25; also wood range; $25. Phone 1526-J, Ukiah. 22t3c Real Dependability IN USED CARS Is what you're offered when .•• you buy-at '•' •' (• CQX BROTHERS USED-CAR LOT 301 So. State St. Phone 977-W. 96tfc Wanted Employment POSITION WANTED as chief electrician or on maintenance work, 12 years' experience. Redwood Journal Box 1043. 6-28mlp WANTED—Yard work, all kinds. ,H. Daugherty, 821 Cypress. , 23t2p HIGH SCHOOL BOY wants work on ranch for summer. Small amount wages and board. Loves horses and cattle. Ph. 1528-J 22t3c SEPTIC TANKS & CESSPOOLS , -Pumped. JVIodern Equipment. No mileage charge. , . , jhone Upper Lake lOO-J.-If no answer, phone 52 between ^ a-n?. and 6 p.m,, or write P,O..Box 220, Upper Lake. ' '^A:,E. SILVA 14tfc ATTENTION, STOCKMENI— Your shipping association will handle your stock and get you top prices . with least cost^ne animal or truckload. Poolshipnjents biweekly. Farm Bureau Livestock Marketing Assn. Call Boonville MlLWEig6_Ze5 ,-M. ' : 12tfc SEWING MACHINE SALES ft SERVICE . Repairs, all raakfes Regular trips to U^iah and vicinity Contact: ' Singer Sewing Machine Co. 735 4th St., phone 1381. Santa Rosa gtfc Drston Charn SaWs SALES & SERVICE Parts available at all times. CHAS. J. SWIFT ' 233 Main St., phone 69, Willits • 104tfo LEAVING TOWN?- Li.st with Strout. -Have to seiir A , 44tfc MATTRESSES Renovated and recovered. Allen's Kiattress and Upholstery works. State Lie; 317 No. Main, phone 1-044-W. 4tfc ROOFING AND INSULATION our specialty. Johns-ManvlUe, products; no job too big, none ."too small. Herman Runkel; Ph. 102. ARCHITECTURAL DRAFTING- John WUpon. 610 McPeak St. ,•• : • ••• " BOtfc 727-W. • • • • 83tfC ONE-DAY service on all types ol Radio Repairing A. G. Kessinqer WELL DRILLING 581 No. Dora. Ph. 627-R. . 2dtfo WANTED -- Hay cutting, rakiHi; balmg ,all new modem equipment, new Holland baler, anywhere in 2g-niile radius of Ukiah, .standard prices. Cox's ranch. Pot. Val., phone 32-W. 8tfc SONOMA MATTRESS WORKS of CotaU, Calif. Let us convert that old mattress into a modern ihn'ersprin'g..Box springs rebuilt. New innersprings and box springs made tb order. For information call Ukiah Rug I Cleaners; ^phone home or'kuto radtrts, ' • PAUL O. NITSCH state & Clay, Ph, .47-J. 75tfc POMO INN Cocktail Lounge Coffee Shop Steak - Pried Chicken - Seafoods GOOD COFFEE Hopland — Phono 2151 We Cater to Clubs and Groups lOtfc

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