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The Kennewick courier-reporter and the White Bluffs spokesman. [volume] (Kennewick, Wash.) 1938-1939, September 15, 1938, Image 7

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'M Auto Supplv Store. 21tfc
fan sun-4th cutting alfalfa hay
.4: ready by Sept. 15. Harry Ax
“, Route 2, Kennewick. 22-3 p
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saw—Used Washer $35, reg.
% “95, 800 dB3 new, phone
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”ONES. ready to dig soon; fall
W is best; our blooms were
m, 1351: spring. Prices very
mule. Better order now. Home
may. Richland. 23-6 c
If
you sALE‘r—4-room wood or coal
mung heater, in excellent
“tion, $20.00. Art Carpenter. 24p
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we parts for sale at very
W prices. '2B Essex, ’26 Chev,
w'rrords. For sale all sizes or
.1 tires. Kengewick Used Car
m growth. well 8%-
“ red fir cordwood, 4 foot,
no; 10-inch, $950; sl2-in. SIO.OO,
Wins cord ldts. Call or
w m Davison, Dixie, Wash.
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m Chevrolet Coupe Pick-up—
liv mileage, motor in excellent
audition, spotless upholstery,
mum! Beryl green color. This
a: will give you dependability
d s pick-up and furnish you
glth passenger car comfort.
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lota overhaul, spotless uphol
lery. knee- action, shock-proof
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Mw rebored. This car is in
uncut condition, and is a
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mam“ save you money.
A- A. Anderson
Chevrolet Co.
FOR SALE Red thoroughbred
Cocker Spaniel pups, cheap. Sam
Schuster. 516 Ave. A. 24p
(mm-runs FOR am
522 Kennewick Avenue. 24c
FOR. SALE—Coleman on Heater.
nearly new, perfect condition, I".
H. Lincoln. 24th:
FOR. SAMe No. 12 DeLaval
Separator, :15. phone 1701. 21tfc
I'HE AMERICAN PROIOUGrs-CO.
wants your live or deed horses
and cows. Our truck will coll every
day. except Sunday. at Benton City.
Richland. Pasco and Kennewick.
Phone 2161, at Grange Supply. Inc"
at once during hot weather before
9 am. American Products Company.
Yakima. stic
SPECIAL THIS WEEK Peaches
60c per apple box, you furnish the
container, late Crawfords, big, and
late Elbertas; also all kinds of
fruits. Nick’s Fruit Stand, Highway
and Washington, near Texaco serv
ice station. ‘ ' *
WOOD SAW for sale, mounted on
trailer, several extra saws. W. F.
Frenger, 519 s Douglas, Pasco, tele
phone 446-W. 23-24 p
LET GASCO BRIQUETS solve
your fuel problem for the coming
winter. Gasco Briquets are a 100%
petroleum product. They have a
higher carbon content and a great
er heat value per ton than any oth
er solid fuel. Gasco Brlquets leave
no ashes or dimers—ABSOLUTE
LY NONE! Place your order now
at the City Dray Line. Wallace
Bristol: 22-23-24 c
PIANO INST BE SOLD—We have
lett on our hands in this Vicinity.
a high grade piano we will sacrifice
for immediate saie. Terms $6.00 a
month. For full particulars address
Cline Piano 00., 103 Union Bt.. Se
attle. Wash. ' ‘-
111111111 l Wanted
WANTED—I will buy
all kinds of livestock anytime,
preferably cattle or sheep. Will
trade horses. Reasonable terms. w.
0. Carter, Route 1. phone 2822.
Rlchland. 22-289
STAMme—Padlsndmum
“utilisation. Altman-art.-
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WANTED—B3IO.3II, married man
preferred, as to 35 years of age by
factorytou-ainassalesmanounew
and used cars. Previous experience
selling cars unnecessary. Write Box
8, Courier-Reporter office. 24-25 c
WANTED—IsI: sex and trumpet
player, must read readily. Write
box 151, Richland, Wash. 24c
L’MATTER POP— Whee! Big Rescué Act!
MESCAL IKE By s. I. nun-rut
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FOR SALE—Good electric rinses.
810 and up: beautiful new and
used Davenports, electric refriger
msand ice boxes; mt.“ mm
sets. Everything or e
home. Buy here and save. Duroch
er: Bargain Store. Kennewick. 14th:
SEND BROKEN GLASSES direct
to Dr. Alfred E. Jones. 80: 1218.
Spokane for quick mix-c. Watch
thispaperforhisnextvisitctxen
newick Hotel. Firs visited Kenne
wick in 1916. See him for better
classes. ewe
EATS AND CAPS—Bats cleaned
and blocked 80c: caps cleaned 25c
Patterson Dye Works. phone one
two-three. Pasco. 32c:
MIGATED FARMS FOR SALE—
Also hay, corn, min and other
(arm produce for sale in season.
See W. o. Muldrow, secy. Sunny
dde Inflation District. Benton City.
Washington. latte
DR. H. C. CURRY, the Seattle op
tometrist, who has made profes
sional visits to Kennewick for 27
years and is known for good optical
work at reasonable prices, will again
be at Hotel Kennewick, Monday,
September 19 for one day. Eyes Ex
amined, glasses properly titted. 24c
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY—SISOO
investment in business which ranks
with the bat in every community
secures permanent managerial posi
tion with good pay for reliable par
ty in Ke'nnewick-Pasco vicinity. Full
return of investment guaranteed.
Lifetime proposition for right party.
Part or full time. Gentleman or
lady. Address Box B, Care this
paper. 24-59
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FOR RENT—One two-room front
aparunent, nicely furnished, over
stuff‘set. dining roomoet and a.
matched bedroom turmhue. plenty
othotwater.sbeomheot.onlys2o
per month. Several small abort
ments, all well furnished and clean;
also gleeplng room by week or
month. Conunenml Hotel. phone
2561. alttc
FOR RENT—44Om modern house.
furnished. garage, close In. Phil
met. We
FOR RENT—Modern cottages, in
cludlng shower bath. inside toilet,
kitchenett, garage attached. Col
*umbia River View Cabins. Rm:
Vlew. Cabins, River Road. 124-251)
CLEAN NIGEL? FURNISHED
house for rent. Piano and over
stuffed. Also neat completely mod
em furnished apartment. Primte
entrance. phone 220 for keys. 24c
FOR RENT—54mm house and 1,5
acre ground. Inquire at Kenne
wick apartments. 34c
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‘ At the Churches l
METHODIST
Sunday, September 18. assembly
at 9:50. Sunday school begins at 10
o’clock sharp. Will the members
please make especial effort to be
in their places so that the opening
song can be announced at 10. The
attendance is increasing and we
hope by rally day to have over 200
in attendance. -
Morning worship at 1! o'clock.
conducted by the pastor. Special
music by the choir and a se'rvice of
inspiration and helpfulness
6:30 pm. high school Epworth
League in the study. A large at;
tendance of young people of high
school age is expected.
No evening service.
Regular meetings ‘of the Unity
Class will he held each Monday
afternoon at 2:30 pm. in the ban
quet room of the Arrow Grill with
the exception of the fourth Mon
day in the month when the meeting
is called for 8 o’clock. All Inter
sted in the movement are cordially
invited to attend.
s'r. m 21's cmmcn
Freda-J _'ci_l.—.scnnung" 7 «Tan,
Minister
Friday. September 16—8 pm. choir
rehearsal Corstan Green. director.
Sunday, September 18—9 am.
church school: 10 am. morning
prayer and semen, topic. “The For
giveness of Sins.”
Thursday, September 22—8 pm.
Adult Bible Class. public invited.
The beglning of the class had to be
postponed to this date. Please note
the change of date.
FIRST ENGLISH Lump!
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Fourteenth Sunday After Trinity.
' Sunday school at 10:15.
Divine services at 11:15. '
Sermon theme: “Where Are the
Nine?”
Subscriptions will be received this
week and next for “The Western
Lutheran.” published at Olympia.
semi-monthly, by the various coop
erating bodies 'Ol the American Lu
theran Conference. A special sub
scription rate prevails until Sep
tember 30.
1 Confirmation class each Wednes
‘ day at 4.
Unified morning service.
10:30 morning worship service.
11:00 message, “What the Bap
tists Stand For."
11:30 Bible study In classes. _
7:00 B. Y. P: U. ,
8:00 evening Gospel service. sub-
Ject, “When the Earth Was New."
See the chart.
UNITY CLASS
mrurns'r
3:11" am' "- 'm'"
calama-
J. 0. Pine. Minister
Sunday school at 10 am.
Sermon. 113.111., subject. "The Boy
Who Domed.”
Christian Endeavor gt 6:30.
CHURCH 0" m NW
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Sunday school. to sun. Everett
Aman as assume superintendent.
Morning worship. ll o'clopk.
301 m; peoplg's nice-Etna. 8545 pm.
Evening service. 7:30. '
Revival meetings will begin on
Tuesday evening with Rev. and Mrs.
H. 8. Heater of Nampa. Idaho as
workers. Services will be each eve.
ning excepting Saturdays at 7:6.
Walter Huston Lives as
Abraham Lincoln in a
Superb Production
The Howl-Won of the Entire
Life at America's Beloved
Mutyred President
The spectacular production of
“Abraham Lincoln." which will be
shown at the First Methodist
church Tuesday. September 20th at
7:30 p.m.. is much more than sub
lime entertainment, more than the
marshalling of interesting facts into
a pattern. work of sympathetic ro
mance and vivid drama; it is the
life of Lincoln. not merely the
apotheosized saint of the copy
books, nor yet the Lincoln of the
lusty jokes and tragic moods. but
the man of destiny. the mystic and
prophet.
' This Lincoln. remarkably por-‘
trayed by Walter Huston, lives as
boy. youth and man. his life an epic
of America. It is not the Lincoln
of bronze monuments and marble
sculpture. but the Lincoln of flesh
‘and blood; divinely human. loving.
thinking. fighting. It has well been
‘called “the wonder picture of the
century” for it portrays the most
iromantic figure of the world as a
master, piloting a great nation. | 1
’ With remarkable fidelity andl
feeling. the picture opens with the 4
Imm: of Lincoln. followed with his
‘early day hardships. his clerkship‘
‘in a country store and his beautinu‘
courtship of Ann Rutledge. until?
‘shedies. 'l‘hentohisjiltingot
‘llary Todd. and their subsequentl
.marrlage _with its many amusing
domestic bicker-lugs. with his elec
tion as president. Lincoln is seen as
a changed man. The lines of worry
crease his rugged face and set it in
sublime misery of conflicting emo
tions. upcoln's struggle to preserve
the Union against the intrigues 01
state and war is graphically told
|in a series of dramatic incidents.
The pilblic ls invited to attend
theshowingotthlsoutsgandlnz all
talunsproducuon. , . .
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By C. M. PAYNE
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FEATURES
IRIEEWE‘I
helm Budget to:- the Year
1939
The City Council of the City or
Kennewick has completed and
placed on file in the office of the
city clerk the preliminary budget
for the ensuing fiscal year, c copy
of which will be furnished any tax
payer who will call at the oiiice
themed.
The City Council or the City of
Kennewick will meet at the city
lull on Monday. October 3rd. 1938.
at 8 o’clock pm. ior the purpose
of fixing the (incl budget and mak
ing tax levies, and any taxmyer
myhppeuuttlnttimemdbe
heard ior or ageinlt my part of
the budget.
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“specified in the preliminsry bud
get:
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