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fi’diibifii CLOSING or Rams.
TBA’I’ION BOOKS, J
Notice is hereby given that the
registration books of the City of
Kennewick will be closed against or
iginal registration on the 27th day
of August. 1938. and will remain
closed until after the primary elec
tion September 13th. 1938.
WINIF'RED CAMPBELL.
8:11-18 City Clerk.
NOTICE FOR BIDS OF SCHOOL
TRANSPORTATION
The Directors of Mt. View School
District No. 3. Benton County,
Washington. will receive and con
sider bids and proposals for the
carrying and transportation of grade
pupils to the Kennewick School the
1938-39 school year. All transpor
tation being covered by one route of
approximately 21 miles and an esti
mated averace load of about 5 pu
pllß. All bids must be in writing
and filed with the undersigned on
or before August 22. 1938 and must
specify equipment to be used which
must adequately conform with spec
ification required by the school au
thorities of the state.
The Board reserves the right to
reiect anv or all Proposals.
Dated August 11. 1938.
By order of the Board,
MRS. JOHN OWEN.
Clerk District No. 3
8:11-18 Kennewick. Wash.
NOTICE or HEARING or mu.
ACCOUNT AND PETITION
FOR usurpation
No. 1531
In the Superior Court of the State
of Washington in and for Benton
County.
In the matter of the estate of ot
tillia Ballard. deceased.
Notice is hereby given. that Orin
Beinhart, administrator de bonis
non of the above entitled estate, has
filed his final account and petition
for distribution in the office of the
Clerk of the above entitled Court
and that the Court is asked to set
tle said final account. to distribute
the property of said estate to the
heirs or persons entitled to the same
and to discharge 'the administrator
de bonis non. .. ‘
Said final account and petition
for distribution will be heard by the
Court at the Court House in Proc
ser. Benton County, Wash, on the
Bth day of September. 1938, at the
hour of 10 o’clock in the afternoon.
Dated this sth=day of August. 1938.
, CRIN BEINEART,
Administrator de bonis non
By Monitoruaz Powell, his at
torneys. 8:11-18-25
NollceofSaleofCountyProperty
Notice is hereby given that in ac
cordance withan'order heretofore
entered on the 15th day of July,
1938.. by the Board of County Oom
missonersofßentonCounty,direct-
insthe sale ofthe real property
hereinafterdescribed,thesheriffof
said countyyillontheistdayof
September; 1938. at the hour of
~teno’ciocka.m..atthefrontdoor
ofthecourthouseinProsser,insaid
countyandetatenelltothehishest
bidder, for cuh or on legal contract
the following described property sit
uatedinsaidcountyanddescribed
asfollowato-wit:
All that part of the East half
oftheEasthaifoftheNorthwest
quarter of the Southeast quarter
of Section 0. Township 8 North,
Range 30 lawn, lying North of‘
lateral No. 3 of the Northern Pacificl
Irrigation Companycanaiandthe‘
South line of the Risht-of-Way of‘
the Northcoastßailway Company
as now located. The East line of
said tract being about 241 feet and
the West line about 323 feet. Said
tractcontaininc assmmoreor
less;
Also a strip of land sixty-seven
teet wide on an that part of the
East side or theiWest half or the
East half of the Northwest quarter
of the Southeast quarter of Section
6, Township 8 North. Range 30 E.W.
M.. lying South of the 0. w. R. a:
N. right-ot-way and North of the
Columbia Irrigation District lat
eral No. 2 canal. This sixty-seven
i'eet width strip being about 323
feet long North and South and cou
taining about one-half acre more or
less.
° The above property shall not be
sold for less than the sum of $300.00.
I! sold for cash a Treasurer's deed
will he‘executed. It sold on contract
the terms thereof shall be 20 per
centcashandhalanceintenetwal
annual installments commencing
November lst, next with interest
at 6 percent on deterred payments,
payable annually. All subsequent
taxes and assessments must be paid
prior to delinquency.
And notice is turther given that it
necessary said sale will be adjourn
ed to the same hour from day to
day by announcement made at the
time and place of sale, or at the
time and place to which said sale
may be adJourned, not to exceed 30
days.
Dated at Presser, Washington this
15th day of July 1938.
H. E. CHAPMAN.
County Clerk and clerk of the
Board of County Commissioners for
Benton County. Washington.
In the Superior Court of the sate
of Washington in and for the
County of Benton.
Federal Farm Mortgage Corpom.
tion. a corporation. Plaintiff. VI:
P. A. Combenc and Mildred Strong
Combelic, husband and wife: Har
vey Davis and Lena Davin. huso
band and wife: and Union Litho.
graph Company. a. corporation,
The State or Washington to: Un
ion Lithograph Company. 8 00m
ation, defendant: ‘
You are hereby summoned to ap
pear within sixty days after the date
of the first publication of this sum-
SUMMONS pY PUBLICATION
No. 8693
7:21-8:11
Defendants.
mons. to-wit: within sixty days aft
er the 14th day of July, 1938. and
defend the above entitled action in
the above entitled court and answer
the complaint of plaintiff and serve
a copy of your answer upon the un
dersigned attorneys for plaintiff at
their office hereinbelow stated, and
measeofyourrailuresotodo
judgment will be entered against
you according to the demands of the
complaint. which has been filed with
che clerk of said court.
The object of said action is to
foreclose a mortgage for the sum of
$1500.00, dated November 1, 1933,
made. executed and delivered by P.
A. Combelic and Mildred Strong
Combelic. husband and wife. and
Jay Perry and Marian Perry, hus
band and wife, to the Land Bank
Commxssioner. which mortgage is
recorded in the office of the'Auditor
of Benton County, Washington. in
Book 37 of Mortgages. page 67.
The further object or said action
is to secure a sale of the property
described in said mortgage and
hereinafter described in satisfaction
or the amounts due on said mort
gage, together with taxes paid by
plaintiff. and abstracting charges.
The further object of said action
is to foreclose and bar the rights of
the defendants and each of them
and all persons claiming by, thru,
orunderthem.inandtotheproper
ty described in plaintiff’s mortgage
or any part thereof.
The real property described in
said mortgage and to be sold in
satisfaction of any decree entered
in this cause is as follows. to-wit:
The North Half of the South
east Quarter of the Southeast
Quarter of Section Thirty-four.
Township Nine North. Range
Twenty-nine. East of the Will
amete Meridan.
Together with all" water and
water rights used upon or an.
purtenant to said lands and
however evidenced.
Together with any and all tene
ments. hereditaments .and ap
purtenances thereunto belonging
or used in connection therewith.
All situatéd in Benton County.
State of Washington. A
* ‘ HENRY R. NEWTON.
EARL G. DORFNER.
Attorneys for Plaintiff
Post Office Address: 710 Welch
Building, Spokane, Wash. 7:14-8:25
SUMMONS BY PUBLICATION
NO. 6707
In the Superior Court of the Sbte
of Washington in and for Benton
County.
Kennewick Irrigation District. a
public corporation; Wilbur Hunt
and Estella A. Hunt,'his wife; K. C.
Gifford and Clara Gifford. his wife;
I". R. Saniphere and Carrie Sam
phere, his wife; 1". J. Arnold and
Elizabeth Arnold. his wife; R. G.
,Records and Ethel Records, his
wife; C. E. Nicoson and Dora Nico
son, his wife; J. W. Atterbury and
Minnie Atterbury, his wife; Marie
Smith, Executrix of the estate of
Hans Smith, deceased; Hilda Mco‘
Bain, formeer Hilda Richmond;
Martin Garber and Nellie Garber.;
his wife; Leah Lampson Ludwick
and Edgar L. Ludwick. her husband; ‘
Guy J. Story and Bertha Story, his
wife; George H. Weaver and Jenny
M. Weaver. his wife; Leslie C. Isa-1
Cour; the Segregation Corporation.‘
a corporation; Oregon Mortgage
Company, a corporation; Northwest-y
.ern Fruit Exchange, a corporation;]
J. H. Keller and Cora Keller, his.
wife; A. H. Meyer and Laura Meyerfi
his wife; Anna Svatonsky, a 1
widow; J. E. Campbell and Vera 4
Campbell, his wife; B. V. Bishop
and Ara, C. Bishop, his wife; Paul
Pasche and Christine Pasche, his
wife; Bruce A. McLean and Adeline
McLean, his wife; John E. Jones; M.:
M. Moulton and Mabel c. Moulton,‘
his wife; Martha Tucker; Nelson E.|
Lewis and Grace V. Lewis, his wife; I
Iris Marie Gascoigne; F. H. Salmon
and Lora Salmon, his wife; Harley;
H. Peter and Mildred Peter,his wife;;
W. E. Bowdish. a bachelor; E. C.‘
Smith and Virginia Smith, his wife; |
Charles L. Powell and Dorothy Pow
ell, his wife; 0. C. Williams and
Ruth B. Williams, his wife; J. R 4
Alexander and Caroline Alexander,;
his wife; First National Bank of '
Kennewick, a corporation; J. PJ
Long and Millie M. Long, his wife;
Lester Long and Jean J. Long, his
wife; Minnie Owens,a widow; Mar
ion .E. Gray. a bachelor; C. A.
Heberling and Ellen .Heb
erling, his wife; J. C. Smith and
Esther E. Smith, his wife; V. B.
Drake, a widower; Horace Wray, a
bachelor; Clara E. Hart. a widow;
Northwestern and Pacific Hypo
theekbank, a corporation; Martin R.
Hudnall, a bachelor; Jay Perry and
Marian Perry, his wife; Edward
Crooks and Gladys Crooks, his wife;
Bruce Lampson and Alice Lamp
son, his wife; F. N. Giles and Emma
Giles, his wife; H. J. Liebel and
Alta Liebel, his wife; R. L. Atter
bury and Lillie Atterbury, his wife;
Kennewick Rodeo Association. a
corporation; The City or Kenne-
Wick. a municipal corporation; H.
A. Dowd and Lillian A. Dowd, his
wife; Minnie Eberhardt; A. W.
Liebel and Margaret Liebel. his
wire; Paul Doering, a bachelor;
Olinda Doerinz. a spinster; Albert
Morgan and Nellie M. Morgan. his
wife; A. c. Simsen and Matilda}
Simsen, his wife; John W. Fox and!
Edith Fox, his wife; W. N. Daniels,
a bachelor; H. R. Bowdish and
Esther C. Bowdish, his wife; D. E.‘
Taylor and Lela A. Taylor, his wife;
Plaintiffs,
vs.
Benton County. a municipal cor
poration, et al., and Frank Caha
and Jane Doe Caha, true name un
known, his wife; Joseph Caha and
Jane Doe Caha, true name un
known, his wife; D. G. Converse and
Jane Doe Converse, true name un
known, his wife: T. C. Hamilton and
Jane Doe Hamilton. true name un
known. his wife; Harvey Kranta‘
and Jane Doe Kranta. true namel
unknown, his wife; Charles Tu
-lKrantz and Jane Doe Kranta. true
1 name unknown, his wife: Harold
1 Thompson and Jane Doe Thompson.
. true name unknown, his wife; Eliza
, beth Metzger and John Doe Meta
' ger, true name unknown. her hus
' band; Harry E. Holmes and Jane
3 Doe. Holmes. true name unknown,
1 his wife; Mrs. C. E. Gullickson and
John Doe Gullickson. true name
; unknown. her husband; R. A. Mc
, Ilvane and Jane Doe Mcllvane, true
1 name unknown, his wife; Max
Rosen and Jane Doe Rosen, true
name unknown. his wife; Clifford
’ H. Aldrich and Jane Doe Aldrich.
1 true name unknown. his wife;
. Frederick W. Wise and 1" lorrie Wise.
. his wife; Sarah L. C. Goude and
; John Doe Goude. true name uh-
I known, her husband: Mrs. V. B.
_ Jackson and John Doe Jackson.
. true name unknown. her husband;
; B. L. Dickson and Jane Doe Dick
-5 son. true name unknown. his wife;
r H. D. Keenan and Jane Doe Kee
-1 nan. true name unknown. his wife;
Franklin C. Stetzel and Jane Doe
I Stetzel, true name unknown, his
7 wife; Ray Stetzel and Jane Doe
Stetzel. true name unknown, his
I wife: 0. A. Mitchell and Jane Doe
I Mitchell, true name unknown, his
- wife; Ida L. Tytherleigh and John
V Doe Tytherleigh, true name un
known. her husband; J. L. Cook and
1 Jane Doe Cook. true name unknown,
l his wife; Edward Johnson and Mary
Johnson, his wife; Carl E. Mitchell
‘ and Jane Doe Mitchell, true name
- unknown, his wife; Katherine
- Wampler; Laura I. McKay; William.
2 Battersby and Jane Doe Battersby.
true name unknown, his wife; 'l‘. R.
1 Fox and Jane Doe Fox. true name
1 unknown. his wife; Anne E. Saw
telle: S. R. Babcock and Jane Doe
I Babcock. true name unknown. his
wife; George A. Gray and Jane Doe
Gray, true name unknown, his wife;
John L. Dale and Jane Doe Dale.
true name unknown. his wife; Lucy
J. Dale and John Doe Dale, true
name unknown. her husband; C.
Janet Dale and John Doe Dale, true
name unknown, her husband; H. R.
Pope and Jane Doe Pope. true name
unknown, his wife; J. F. Tully and
Jane Doe Tully, true name unknown.
his wife; J. W. Hull and Jane Doe
Hull, true name unknown, his wife;
Stephen Sweeney and Jane Doe
Sweeney, true name unknown. his
wife; Geneva Woodward and John
Doe Woodward. true name un
known, her husband; Annie E. Guit
teau; Neil C. Bardsley, trustee; W.
H. Jackson: C. A. Sams and Jane
Doe Sams. true name unknowp, his
wife; Jessie C. Marshall and John
Doe Marshall, true name unknown,
her husband; James Anderson; Ar
dyHillandJaneDoeHill,true
name unknown. his wife; James R.
Atkemn and Mary H. Atkeson. his
wife; W. M. Saxton; Nellie O. Har
rison; ,Madeline D. Runs; N. I".
'Archer and Helen K. Archer, his
wife; Mrs. A. M. Premo and John
=Doe Premo, true name unknown.
her husband; E. Hope Wright. a
widow; Clarence R.-Gale and Esth
er Spencer Gale. his wife; Catherine
.Rease Hansen; Allan Gilmour; Carl
.Dingfelder. I Dingfelder. M. Ding
,felder and Henry Dingfilder, doing
ibusiness as C. I. as M. Dinsfelder;
Lucy E. Osborne. widow of William
.E. Osborne. deceased; Herbert A.
; Ho‘ver and Mata C. Hover. his wife;
Ellen Rose Rudkin, widow of Frank
in. Rudkin. deceased; Julia 1:. Whit
gin: and John Doe Whiting, true
'name unknown, her husband; Mary
Trimble. a widow; Marguerite A.
Barrett, administratrix of the estate
-ofMaryHehl.deceased;J.E.White
' and Jane Doe White, true name un
known, his wife; Sadie Humphries, .
widow of G. A. Humphries; O. S.
Sullivan and Josephine H. Sullivan.
'his wife;A.J.Craig and Jane Doe
loraig.truenameunknown,hiswife;
iJ. M. Craig and Jane Doe Craig,
[true name unknown. his wife; W. .
.A. Smith andJaneDoeSmith, true .
'name unknown! his wife; C. W. ‘
Smith; Paul Spiegelberg; J. D. Mc- .
Kay and Jessie F. McKay, his wife; :
FredFryandJaneDoeFry.truei
I name unknown, his wife; W. W. Ly- ‘
,man and Jessie Lyman, his wife; .
Ithe unknown heirs of C. G. Morri- :
.son, deceased; the unknown heirs 1
‘of G. A. Humphries, deceased; the .
unknown heirs of J. 'l‘. Dent. de- .
eased; the unknown heirs of Wil- I
lliam E. Osborne, deceased; the un- ‘
,known heirs of 0. A. Fechter. de- ;
sceased; the unknown heirs of Hans 4
’Smith deceased; the unknown heirs 1
of Lilburn G. Moore, deceased; the .
iunknown heirs of Frank Trimble. 1
deceased; the unknown heirs of E. a
;M. Smith. deceased; the unknown 1
heirs of Mary E. Smith, deceased;l
ithe unknbwn heirs of R. W. Watts. 1
Ideceased; the unknownheirs of]
‘Frank H. Rudkin, deceased; the un
‘ known heirs of J. R. Smith. deceas
‘ed; the unknown heirs of Virginia 1
‘Rudkm, deceased; the unknown 1
heirs of Hattie L. Poore, deceased; 1
the unknown heirs of Mary Hehl..
deceased; the unknown heirs of 1
MaryAnnDent.deceased;alsoalll
theunknownheirsofanyandalll
of the defendants named herein, if g
any,whomaybenowdeceased;alsol
allotherpersonsorpartiesunknown]
claiming any right, title. estate. lien .
‘orinterestintherealestatedeso.
cribed in the complaint herein: 1
* DefendantS. .
‘THE STATE or wasmfia'ron: !
To Frank Caha and Jane Doe
Caha, true name unknown, his wife;
Joseph Caha and Jane Doe Caha.
true name unknown, his wife; D. G.
Converse and Jane Doe Converse.
true name unknown, his wife; 'l'. C.
Hamilton and Jane Doe Hamilton,
true name unknown, his wife; Bar
vey Krantz and Jane Doe Krantx.
true name unknown, his wife;
Charles T. Krantz and Jane Doe
Krantz, true name unknown, his
wife; Harold Thompson and Jane
Doe Thompson, true name unknown.
his.wife; Elizabeth Metsger and
John Doe Metzser, true name un
known, her husband; Harry E,
Holmes and Jane Doe Holmes. true;
name unknown, his wife; Mrs. C. E;
Gullickson and John Doe Gullick-l
son, true name unknown, her hus
band; R. A. Mellvaine and Jane Doe
Mcllvaine, true name unknown. his
wife; Max Rosen and Jane Doe
Rosen, true name unknown, his
wife; Clifford H. Aldrich and Jane
Doe Aldrich, true name unknown.
his wife; Frederick W. Wise and
' m mama: (wan) comma-3mm
l Florrle Wise, his wife: Sarah 1... C.
l Goude and John Doe Goude, true
. name unknown. her husband: Mrs.
V. E. Jackson and John Doe Jack
. son, true name unknown. her hus
. band: B. L. Dickson and Jane Doe
e Dickson, true name unknown, his
. wife; H. D. Keenan and Jane Doe
I Keenan. true name unknown, his
2 wife: Franklin C. Stetael and Jane
_ Doe Stetzel, true name unknown.
2 his wife: Ray Stetael and Jane Doe
: Stetzel, true name unknown. his
,» wife: 0. A. Mitchell and Jane Doe
I Mitchell. true name unknown, his
, wife; Ida L. 'rytherleigh and John
Doe ‘Tytherleigh, true name un
, known. her husband; J. L. Cook and
1 Jane Doe Cook, true name unknown,
. his wife; Edward Johnson and Mary
, Johnson. his wife; Carl E. Mit
_ chell and Jane Doe Mitchell. tine
name unknown, his wife: Katherine
. Wampler; Laura I.- McKay: Wil
liam Battersby and Jane Doe Bat
. tersby, true name unknown, his
wife; 'l‘. R. Box and Jane Doe Fox.
. true name unknown. his wife; An
. ne E. Sawteile; S. R. Babcock and
, Jane Doe Babcock. true name un
; known. his wife; George A. Gray
. and Jane Doe Gray. true name un
; known, his wife; John L. Dale and
, Jane Doe Dale, true name unknown,
. his wife; Lucy J. Dale and John Doe
_ Dale, true name unknown, her hus
band; C. Janet Dale and John Doe
, Dale, true name unknown, her hus
‘ band; H. R. Pope and Jane Doe
Pope, tme name unknown, his wife;
.J.F.TullyandJaneDoeTully.true
name unknown, his wife; J. W. Hull
and Jane Doe Hull, true name un-‘
known, his wife; Stephen Sweeney‘
and Jane Doe Sweeney, true name
unknown, his wife; Geneva Wood-q
ward and John Doe Woodward“
true name unknown. her husband;
Annie E. Guitteau: Neil C. Bards
ley, trustee; W. H. Jacksonr
C. A. Sams and Jane Doe Sams.
true name unknown. his wife: Jes
sie C. Marshall and John Doe Mar
shall, true name unknown, her
husband: James Anderson: Ardy
Hill and Jane Doe Hill, true name
unknown, his wife: James R. Atke
son and Mary H. Atkeson. his wife:
W. M. Saxton: Nellie 0. Harrison;
Madeline D. Rung: N. I". Archer
and Helen K. Archer. his wife: Mrs.
A. M. Premo and John Doe Premo.
true name unknown. her husband:
E. Hope Wright. a widow: Clar
ence R. Gale and Esther Spencer
Gale, his wife: Catherine Reese
Hansen; Allan Gilmour: Carl Ding
felder, I. Dingfelder. M. Dingfelder
and Henry Dingfelder. doing busi
ness as C. I. & M. Dinzfelder: Lucy
E. Osborne, widow of William E.
Osborne, deceased: oHerbert A. Ho
ver and Mata C. Hover. his wife:
Ellen Rose Rudkin, widow of Frank
H. Rudkin, deceased; Julia E. Whit
ing and John Doe Whiting, true
name unknown. her husband: Mary
'l‘rimble, a widow: Marguerite A.
Barrett, Administratrlx of the es
tate of Mary Hehl, deceased; J. E.
White and Jane Doe White, true
name unknown. his wife: Sadie
Humphries, widow of G. A. thn
phrles: O. S. Sullivan and Jose
phine H. Sullivan, his wife; A. J.
Craig and Jane Doe Craig, true
name unknown, his wife: J. M.
Craig and Jane Doe Craig. true
name unknown, his wife: W. A.
Smith and Jane Doe Smith, true
name unknown, his wife: C. W.
SmithrPaul Spiegelberg: J. D. Mc-
Kay and Jessie 1". McKay, his wife:
PredPryandJaneDoePi-y.true
name unknown, his wife: W. W.
[Lyman and Jessie Lyman, his wife:
‘the imknown heirs of C. G. Morri
‘son. deceased: the unknown heirs
of G. A. Humphries, dwcased: the
unknownheirsofJ.'r.Dent,de
ceased; the unknown heirs of Wil
liam E. Osborne, deceased: the un
known heirs of O. A. Pechter, de
ceased; the unknown heirs of Hans
Smith, dewased: the unknown heirs
of Lilburn G. Moore. deceased: the
unknown heirs of Frank 'l‘rimbie,'
deceased; the unknown heirs of E.
M. Smith, deceased: the unknown
heirs of Mary E. Smith, deceased:
the unknown heirs of R. W. Watts,
deceased; the unknown heirs of
Frank H. Rudkin, deceased: the un-'
known heirs of J. R. Smith, deceas
ed; the unknown heirs of Virginia .
Rudkin, deceased; the unknown ‘
heirs of Hattie L. Poore. deceased: ‘
theunkn'ownheirsofMaryAnn‘
Dent, deceased..- the unknown heirs '
of Mary Hehl, deceased; also, all the
unknownheirsofanyandallof‘
the defendants named herein, if ,
any, who may be now deceased; :
also, all other persons or parties un
known claiming any right, title. 1
estate,lienorinterestinthereinl
estate described in the complaint
herein; 1
You are hereby summoned to ap
pear within sixty days after the date
of the first publication of this sum
}mons, to-wit. within sixty days aft
er the 28th day of July. 1938, and
defend the above entitled action in
the above entitled court and answer
the complaint of the plaintiffs and
13erve a copy of your answer upon
;the undersigned attorneys for
‘plaintiffs at their office below stat
ed,andincaseofyourfailureaoto
ido Judgment will be rendered
against you according to the de
mand of the complaint which has:
been filed with the clerk of said
court. ‘
The objects of the above entitled
action are:
1.130 recover judgment in favor of
plaintiff Kennewick Irrigation Dis
trict adjudging aaid' irrigation dia
tricttobetheownerinfeesimllle
of and quieting title in said plain
tiff Kennewick mum District
to the real property hereinafter de
scribed and forever barring the de
fendants. and each of them. from
hereafter claiming or asserting any
right, title or interest in and to said
real property, which is now specif
ically described as follows. to-wit:
Property in Schedule I of the
complaint:
Olmsted Addition to Kennewick.
according to the plats thereof on
file and of record in the office of
the Auditor of Benton County.
Washington:
All of Block 24, according to the
2:313:11 plat. except Lots 1. 2,5, 6
Intal,2,3,4mdßmdmlo.
llandn.Block26;
Defendants,
BeginningnttheNou-thwect cor
nerofSectionl.'rownshlpßNorth.
meannwm themes-stun
theSectlonnnetothesouthllneof
the Kennewick Irrigation Distuct‘s
(formerly NorthernPecmclrflp
tionCompony's)cenel'ߢhtotm.
thencenlonzseld fishtotnyto
thecenterotxlpunsmom
stedAddlfiomnecm-dmgtotheor-
Iglnnlphtthereof,theneenlon¢the
centerotseidßoadtoothe center
of Second Street. thence along the
center of Second Street to the West
line of Section. thence North in
pointofbcginmng. {
Section 2, Township 8 North. Badge
_29 EVIL?!» Salton County _ l
The Southwest quarter 01 the
Northeast quarter; ‘
not 4, less the East 7.4 m
thereof; ‘
The East half of the Northwest
quarter of the Southeast quarter.
Section 4. Township 8 North. Range
29 EWM. Benton County
The East 10605 feet of the North
east quagter. north 0! canal right of
“Y:
Anotmockmzmuols.and
hammock”:
All of Block 31. and not: 1.3.:
gdgmdms. 103 ml 11.3 w
Lot 5. Block 33:
Lots 1. 2, 3 and 4 and not: 17. 18.
19. 20. 21. 22. 23 and a. Block 35;
All of Block 36:
MOI'IIII'O (Eu-den M
Lots4ands.Blockl.andnoto
Block 1. Moraln's Garden need
according to the plat thereof on
meandotreom-dintheofnceof
the Auditor of Benton County.
Washington. .
Dr. $133400!0n No. l.
according to the plat thereof on
me and of record In the office of
the Auditor of Benton County.
Washington:
Lots 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13, 14. 15. 16.
17. 18. 19. 90, 21,12. 23., 94 nnd 25.
Block 1:
Lots 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.
11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18, 19. 90.
21. 22. 23 and 24, Block 2;
Block 3:
Lot 20. Block 4:
Tract 19. except the South 3 acres
thereof: ‘
my. Second Addition !
Lots 11 and 12. Block 5. and Lots
10. 11 and 12. Block 8. Ely's Second
Addition. according to the pint
thereotontileandofrecordinthe
office of the Auditor of Benton
County, Washington.
Shady Hill
Blocks 1 and 2: lots 1 and 2:
Lots 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13 and 14.
Block 3, sum Hm;
Also. Tracts “A." “B." and “C.”
Shady Hill; 7
Aha, Blocks 4. 5. 6. 7 and 8. Shady
8111; all according to the plot there
of on tile and of record in the ot
fice of the Auditor of Benton
County. Washington;
novel's Fountain Park Addlflan
accordmstotheplatthereotonme
andotrecordlntheomeeofthe
Auditor of Benton County. Wash
ington:
ma5.24.25,27.30md31.un
mBlockl;
Lots 2. 11. 12. 13. 14, 15. 18. 17.
18,m,a0,23.24,35.38.cnd48.ul
inßlockz:
Lots 7, 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18.
19.22.23.28.29,30,31,32.33.84.
35.38.37,”.39,40.41,42and0.
311111310133; 7 7 .
The West half of Tact 5. and
Tmcto: '
Autheforegolnglnfiovet'sm
tamPu-k.
A portion of Section 33. Town
ship 9 North, Range 29 EWJL.
platted as Plot “A." according to
theplatthereofnawonmesndof
recordtntheotneeottheAndltu
of Benton County. Washington:
hosts 10. u, 12. the West half of
mumdmaa,anmu
ins to the recorded pint 0! sold
Plat“A.” 1
Aporflonofßectloanownshlp
BNorth.Rnnge29,E.w.u..phtted
uPlnt'B." necordlngtotheplnt
thereotnowontueintheotaceot
the Auditor of Benton Gunny.
Washington:
Partnf'l‘nctifinndtheWestl
acreotTract39.southotthecou
lee:
mctQMOlanux-lchtof
WB7: 7
M 45 ad 46. mart-acts“
andainngsmthdeesta'lyot
canalrlghtofway:
M47md4B,florth otctnal
rightotway;
ME. South otcnnnlrlghtof
way.andmctso.Northotund
fightinyz _ _ # _ -A;
‘rhe and 5.43 acres of Tracts so
mg ”gouty or my»: o;sz
'l'heWestsacreaofTroctsslmd
54. South of canal right of way:
Tracts 58 and so; all noeordlng to
the recorded plot of aid Plot “3."
A portion of Section 11. Town
shipßNorth.Rnnge29.E.W.DL.
plotted as Plat "c." according to the
platthereofontileondoi’reoord
in the office of the Auditor of Ben-\
ton County. Washington:
Tracts 8, 31. 32, 45. 55. 64 and the
North half of Tract 09; all ocoord
ing to the recorded plat of cold Plat
“c." ‘
A portion of Section 13, Township
BNorth,RangezOE.W.u.,phtted
as Plat “D." according to the plat
thereof on file and of record in the
office of the Auditor 01' Benton
Comm- WW: A __-
M 5. 6. 7.theEasts.o3acree
or Tract 8, and Tracts 9. 10. 11. 12.
22,28,33.39,40,43.44.45,£6and
49. all according to the recorded
plat of said Plat “D."
A portion of Section 5. Township
8 North, Range 29 awn. platted
as Plat “E". according to the plat
thereoiontileandotreconiinthe
office of the Auditor 01 Benton
County, Washington:
Tracts4,s.7,Bandll.allaccord-‘
ingtotherecordedpiatotPiat "3.”;
Plat of Section 34
'l'ractsl.23nd3.a.nd'rnctslo.
11, 12. and 13. Plat of Section 34.
Township 9 North. Range 29 law.
BL, according to the plat thereof
nowonnleandotrecordlntheots
(ice of the Auditor of Benton Coun
ty.Wa.amngton. '
lPan-mal of had described as fol
owa: ,
Southeast quarter or the North-
watquufla.hl§q!ptpeupe:
Mutmotm'natmuu
them'enmnrtcroftheuouth
www.Borthotunfldghtot
"925%“- _ __- _ -----.
WestMteetoftheMifl feet
Ofthe M half or the Northwest
qua-ter of the Southwest quarter.
uorthotcunlflzht-ofny.
The Eat 172187 feet of the North
but of the Northeast quarter. north
oteonolflchtofwoy.tnßectlon9.
township 3 North, Range 29 aw.
M.. Benton County. Wuhlncton.
The East half of the Northeast
quarter 0! the Northeast quarter.
North of canal right of way; the
West hall of the Northeast quarter
of the Northeast quarter. North of
canal rght of way; the East half of
the Northwest quarter of the North
east quarter. North of canal right
of way: the West hair of the North
west quarter of the Northeast quar
ter. North of Gan-. 1 right of way:
And the East half of the South
east quarter of the Northeast quar
ter, North of canal right of “Y. 111
in Section 10. Township 8 North.
Range 29 awn. Benton County.
Washington.
Section I! l
The East m 1: of the Southeast
queue:- of the Southwest quarter.
North of con-. 1 right of my. in Sec
tion 11. Township 8 Noah. Renae
29 awn. Benton County. Wuh
mama.
The West half or the Southwest
aunt-ter of the Southeast qua-ter in
Section 12. Win 8 North.
Range 29 E. W. IL, Benton County.
Washington. 1
Secflonfl
Beginning on the North line of
Section 14. W 9 3 North.
Range 29 awn. 1128.23 feet West
oi.’ the Northeast corner. thence
South soul feet: thence West
53883 feet. thence North Bm.“ feet.
thencemtmfl feettothepoint
of beginning. 1
Section a. W. 9 m m'
a EWJL. Benton County . 1
Southeast quarter of Northeast
quarter between Columbia Irriga
tionmsu-lctCanalr-tghtotwsy and
Northern Pacific Railroad Company
rlzhtotway:
The West hall of the Southeast
quarter of the Northwest quarter
otAthefiouthwest mutter; _ _ I
’Nottheut qua-tit of the South
gunmdthesoutthu-r-
éouthwest gum of tho North
:rst quarter of the Emmet-t qua:-
Bacall!!!
mtpu'tottheWesthalfotthe
Southeast quarter of Section 85.
Townships! North. Range 29 E.W.M..
lyingSwthottheflzhtotwayot
theNorthemPacmchmOom
pany,leasonemthenotowned
byPactflcPower&UghtOompuny
mama-mm: _ _‘
memmteetotthewmm
feet of thutpu-totthesoutheut
quarterofthefiontheutquorteror
Section 35. Township 9 North.
Range 29 Em Benton County.
wahmmumgomlthotthedght
ofwayoftheNorthemMflcaofl
myOompnny.
2. To mover Judgment In tum
ot-nn platnttffs other than plun
‘tm Kennewlck Irrigation District
mumma pluntmstobethe
ownershieedmpleumdmery
shtplsdlegedintheufonnldoomfi
plaint.otandmnetln¢fltletothe
real property hereinafter deou‘lbed‘
andtoreverbuflngthedefendmts.‘
andeachofthem.tromhexutter
clummgorusertingnnyrlzht. tl
-
property.wh£chunowspecmcauy
describedutollonto-wlt:
Property tn.Bchedule n of the
complaint: .
Olmsted Addition U
accordingitothemphu
thereof.
not 1, Block 24. Beplnt of Qin
sted Addition:
Lot 2. Block 24. Replet of Olm
sted Addition:
Lot 15. Block 36. Olmsted Addition
to Kennewick, according to the pint
thereof on file and of record in the
office of the Auditor of Benton
County. Washington.
Weller! Addition
1 not a. Block 1. Weuers Addition
,mxennewlchmrdmcmthepht
‘thereotonmemdotreoordlnthe
office of the Auditor of Benton
Ownty.Wnshln¢ton. ‘
Dr.lly'sOolonyNo.l ;
aceordlngtothe plat than!”
onflleandofrecordlntheoflloe
of the Auditor of Benton Countyr
Washington: {
mama '
wgmocku
Inflammmockiz
M2O:
m1.2.4.5|nd7,m0ck1:
BouthSacx-esotmu:
Antheforecolncmlnnr.mrsi
OolonyNo.l. I
Mole-await
accouiingto thepht Won
tileundofmoordintheotnoeof‘
the Auditor of Benton County
Washington:
ImamBloekl:
L0t5”.30.31.32.88nnd84.1nd
mun.as.so,io.u.namd«.
Biockfl: _
Lot «5. Block ::
Tract 2 and Block 8.
wm w-
meSOutthnlfof'l‘nctfl:
mmmuotmm.endthe
Southhaltof'rnctlus:dmtedtn
Sectionss.Townshl99Nol-th.mnse
29 E. w. M.. Benton County. Well:-
mgtomeppearlngeefrhemzhhnds
Plat “A." according to the plot
thereotonnleendotrecm'dlnthe;
office of the Auditor of Benton
Cmmty.Washln¢mn. ‘
A A immune-n- ‘
not 39, The mghlands Plat “8.”
except the West 121 feet of the
South36ofeet:endthatpartof
Tractwlymgnorthofennednwn
fromepolnt 878.96 feet Northof
theßoutheesteunerofsudtmctto
a point 247 m feet North of the?
Southwesteomerofeeldu'ect;dt~
ueted In section). W B?
North.Ren¢e39EW.M.phttedu‘
Section.
Section no
Suction 12
'l'hundgy AW 1‘ I
\
The mgmmd. PM?“
to the plgt mm affix
record in the onto. a ~.~'
of Benton County, w... K
Tra II M 'o'
ct 57.
thereof; lea “‘3 Wu 1‘
"lot 71:
Tract 86;
an 13‘ ‘
ua in
8 North, mumglé ‘
ted as The Hum M 53
cording m the pk: W 0..
$3113; of gem the “3::
1W1). 11m 0%. k
: "I h V
; grad 32:g Md. "It ”D.
3 met 36: Bitun
_, Township 8 Northmmh
' platted as The Highhnd.‘ l".
.' according to the put Mm".
_ {2e axd of record in them...
’ e uditor
Washington. of Bentm 0“.
. nghltn
' Tracts 12 and 11m?
x tion 5. Township 8 N Wink
, 12:":th "he ’i'
ia " "
’ plat thereof on'rfigmfi" to“
m the office of the Audi 0’ M
ton County. Washmmmuh'
‘ Section 12
Beginning at the
‘ ner of the Southwesthwmuu-m'u 01.
Northeast quarter of 8%"
Township 8 North. Ron“ ' l
M.. running thence ml!
feet, thence South elong N
and South center line “the!“
tion 12 a distanuce of a?“
thence East parallel to he u
line of said quarter section "I
thence northeast to en Mm“
with the Southerly bound”
the Columbia Inintim h.
canal right of way on e limb“
is an extension of 3 line hum
a point 790 feet Elli: 01 flu h
line 0! said South” any"
the Northeast nutm- tnl '
feet North or the South than“
quarter section and e litllntlld
East of the Bouthwelttltlneruh
Southwest quarter 0! the MI:
quarter. thence Northmlh
said right or my to them“
tereection with the Nut In 1
said Southwest quarter. it i
Northeast quarter. thence “In
feet to the point 01 W
Section II
southeast quarter 0‘ “I “I
out quartet- of the Mean
m. South of Clinton-Wm
Rniiroed at New On
nght of way. In Section 1.3-
ship 9 North. Renae I l"-
Beflnnln‘ t the a l
e. m
the Walt line of W “dbi
amp 9 North. RIM! 3 '- "'-
an the southerly bound-11m
the omen-Wm “N“
Navigation Company HIM It It.
thence Euteriy “on: I“ a
mag? line mos Miami!
0 W m w
along said southerly m 3
or the OregonMammal:Uhl
& N‘mflon Om “I”
mm or the Common mm
tact can] fltht 0‘ W. ' fl.
at 1087.2 toot. thence m?
um penile] to the MI" ‘
section 5225 feet. then I“
“on; the Northern PM!!!“
Oommny debt 0‘ W mu
theme Not-tn 4r ‘6' him“
i to the point 01' m h“
‘3‘. Township 9 Not-at. “I!"
‘wu: filo. “1 M man
2. and the mm “I".
Northeast quarter 01 m"
Township 9 ”m m 111
M.. Mus m a" m“.
at Calumet. km W
canal and mt 01' ”at“:
m, mac mum mind.
some one 100'“ and '
of land 20 feet In W“.
west side is m ”w“
Alec described " m m“
3393:, 8390 and 3391"-
aoutimst Mfr“...
watt 11m °f the
mmwfi ....
29 E.
Part or Block 31. 0W“
“on to xennem ”1“...
plot thereof on file In “‘1
the Auditor 0‘ mm“
Washington: omm In“.
the North but of ‘l' "I
quarter of the W
Section 1. Tom . I”
an awn. lea W 3.
17 lands. H
West 2431 m of “*
quarter of the NW 5
mm or «www.mm:
tion 4. To U“
E.w.M.. 390”“ C“ v' ' '
ton. Hmm M
8 North. m ' "
cording to a” ’1“ 4"
tn the office or W W
Tracts 20. 31' 3" ”’ “I“
74. n Section 11. M a.
Range 29 E-w'u“ m ’
Highlands 1"“ 'o' III"
the plat “1"”! ‘MMO
office of the A at
County. WW
The North not: of w i- "5
tion 2. Townshlp B I“;
E.WM.. Benton om. ,
ton. "I 1 .
Southeast «new 0‘ “a
Section 2. Township 0 my
29 E.W.M., Benton We
The West 291 feet or M f:
the Southwest am «13" U
1 west quarter. Mn! 3%
canal-13m of No In ,
Township 8 North. 83"”
M.. Benton Comm J
3. The aforesaid M‘.
is now on file In a” of”
.Clerk of the M W
‘ describes in detail the mod"
eels of real prom
chime: by the M’s“ 3"
an t e respect!" a,
to which each defend!“t ,
right. title or mm
In addition to the 103%
tiffs pfay for 611611 W”
the court can 8131““ “M
MOUL'I‘ON a ”I
Attornen to! ,
Office and M ofl‘lfl 11‘
Kennewick. WW

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