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Med Gem potatoes delivered
1 .ch, $1 per cwt. Also
M 5. Wallace Preston,
1.: _ml. 35p
. ~ fuel and electric stove in
I fWﬂ: water coils. Call
"Welt at 1671. t!
“Lg—L. C. Smith typewrite;
'5. In good condition. Phone
“smm and save a life.
3",” ear tested on the Wea
“mum at E. 0. Smith Mo
13,3513 0R TRADE—Team of
”1., md Pardlnl, Rt. 2. Ken
ﬁnd phone 25x1. 29-33 p
”8ALE—599195 pears and Net
“ Gem potatoes. Mrs. B. Sim
won—Last word in oil burn
“ at any range, clean, econom-
Id and easy to operate. None oth-
I'll” it. Come in and see one in
'. PM“ 2561, Kennewlck. Dura
m min Store. t'f
W Apples, orchard run, 50c
’3 1:02: bring container; also
m Nells pears at same price.
All and. at fruit and vegetables at
IR" rmlt Stand on the highway
’l' wuhmgton street. Free de
m BALE—Nearly new King Lib
” model trumpet, gold laquer
hill- 3135 new, will sell for 365
gm. Bee horn at prlntlng ofﬁce. tr
m sum—Weaning D 188; also In
manual power separator, prac
m new, 750-11). capacity. A. E.
m 7, #__3s!
10 um OR TRADE—é-room
m SALE-Tune Mallard ducks,
So each. Phone 1647. (1" R.
mu, Highlands. 31p
ﬂl AMERICAN P 30150038 00.
Into your live at deed hot-nee
II con. Our truck will cell even
.1, seem Sunday. et Benton City,
loam Pasco and Kennewlck.
hue 3101. et Grange Supply, Inc.,
I aloe during hot weather before
In. Moon Products Company,
m . sue
.13 BALE—4-wheei trailer. in good
' condition, rubber like new. Price
M Address 2% miles south of
launch, RED. No. 2, Ben
m. . 31-32]:
m BALE-Squash. Wanted, ‘sows
Ind heifers. c. A. Carpenter.
M 02173. aouc
m SALE—I Jersey bull coming
Hem old, eligible for register
-111. A. Schalfner, Rt. 1. 31¢
mans—Good mama: Bml.
max: 'Ol Richland. L'. H.
Wage: . 35D
m cam—mama:- davenport and
hung stove. W. 8. Lane, East
Am D., Kennewlck - 349
cum SAFE, Cheap. We buy
M lell typewriters, adding ma-
Mﬂ. Pmo Herald. Phone 'ls.
_=::l: no Imam $3.000
Phon- mlgne &Xennew?c
gum Rent illlllllllll
'OB Rm Small furnished
m. all modern, phone 2581. t:
gnu RENT—Houses, good loca
x‘flhu close in. To suit your needs.
3%. Der month and up. See Lane
E , RENT—One two-room 8983‘
. lat, clean and fresh. Very well
Med. plenty of hot water and
hm heat. Only sls per month.
“It Ind water included. Com
-3 Hotel, phone 2561 30“
llm Wanted 111111111 l
WWW—Used cook stove. must
h In load condition. We have
N W circulating heater for
Q "9 Ra.‘imond.sl. 25a.
'mYounz Chester White
hr. no to 150 pounds. George
“in. RlChJand. 81p
Wham to: ma. maul—m
If Excess Acid causes
youpan'nn of Stomach
2:9 to: . Inc mpl. a: one
. 0“ inure-ting booklet
MIR DRUG 8103 i:
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BLACK mum grape Juice,
sweet from the press everyday, 65c
gallon Jug and all 5- and 10-331-
lon kegs filled. 50c gallon. Sweet
cider everyday. 25c gallon. Caz-man
stand on Highway. 311)
DON’T FORGET the Baked Ham
Dinner and Bazaar given by the
Catholic Ladies Wednesday, No
vember 9 in the English Lutheran
church basement. Servings start
at 5:30, Italian Luncheon at noon. c
STRAYED—An old black Percheron
mare, branded on left shoulder.
has black suckling colt with her.
Please can A. C. Nicoson, phone
27x6. 30-31 p
DON’T DELAY—Get your order for
'Christhas cards in while the se
lection is complete. A gorgeous
new line on display. Exclusive se
lections. Better order 'soon, with
delivery at any date you select. The
Kennewlck Printing Co. 33])
ITALIAN LUNCHEON, served by
Catholic Ladies at 12 .o’clock on
Wednesday, November 9 in English
Lutheran Church basement, 2nd and
Auburn; also baked ham dinner at
5:30, Bazaar and games. 31c
COME IN and see our Florence
oil heaters, radios, cook stoves and
complete line or furnittn-e. Duroch
er’s Bargain Store. Kennewlck. 291:1
WM —_ _Second-haiQ organ,
price must be reasonable. ,6“;
make, price and condition “Organ,”
care this office. '
SEND BROKEN GLASSES direct
Spokane for mucktepura. Watch
clung. _. We
TRACTOR PLOWING and disdnc
done. Call 3171. 30-340
EATS AND CAPS—Hut: cleaned
and blocked 00c; caps cleaned 25c.
Patterson Dye Watts, phone one-
WO-three, Past». 32::
IRRIGATED FARMS FOR SALE—
Also hay. corn. min end other
hm produce for sale In season.
See W. e. Muldrow. secy. Bunny
side mutton District. Benton City.
BTW INK—Pads and stamps for
. sale. n 1: this ofﬁce. A large amt:
ment curled In stock. Kennewlck
NOTlCE—Singer Sewing Classes to
be conducted at. Singer Sewing
Center, 9;; Kennewick Avenue be
gins October 17th. Interested parties
get enrolled. 27-31;)
CHRISTMAS GlFTS—Bring in
your plate and let us order some
new visiting cards. They make ex
cellent Christmas gifts. The cost Is
10w—52.25 per 100 paneled cards,
Irom your .plate. Also printed
cards hi the latest type styles. Ken
newick Printing CO. 33])
VISITING CARDS—Make most ac
ceptable Christmas gifts. Engrav
ed cards are not very expensive,
and the new lettering is beautiful.
Better can and see the samples
an order. Kennewick Printing Com
LOST—Part Spaniel dog, black
with plain leather collar, answers
to name of “Buddy.” Was last seen
with hunters on my place 2% miles
east Kennewick on morning of Oct.
15. Finder please return to C. In
Selph, qwner, or phone 3235. 319
giving tmfkey_ now. Corn fed.
live birds at low prices. Phone
I HA-VE MOVED my business to
Kennewlck from Finley and am
now located at 209 Benton Bt., two
blocks south of Penney Store.
Julius Jacot. 31p
LOST—Springer spaniel female, on
Sunday, October 30 on Highlands.
Finder please notify J. B. Ferguson,
phone 2774. Suitable reward. ‘
Notice to Creditors to File Claims
In the Superior Court of the State
of Washington, in and for Ben
In the matter of the estate of
Fred Dittman, deceased.
Notice is hereby given, That Let
ters of Administration on the estate
of Fred Dittman, deceased, were
granted to the undersigned on the
13th day of October, 1938. by the
said Superior Court:
All persons having claims against
said estate are required to serve
them with the necessary vouchers
upon me at the office of Moulton
& Powell, Kennewick, Washington.
within six months after date of the
first publication of this notice. to
wit, within six months after the
27th day of October, 1938. and
Court together with proof of such
service, or they shall be forever
Dated at Kennewick. 'Wa’shﬂt
ton, this 21st day of October. ml.
0. I. W W
3! mm a Powell. ms. mar
Harpo Marx, the talented harpist.
who stars in “Room Service” at the
Kennewick Liberty Sunday and
CHRISTMAS CARDS—See the new
line of beautiful Christmas cards
and get your order in early. Exclus~
ive selections. Kennewick Printing
ROY Bnowmow may have two
passes for “Room Service" play
ing at the_ Liberty on Sunday only.
NOTICE OF EQUALIZATION
0f Assessment Roll of Kennewich
Notice is hereby given that the
secretary of the Kennewick Irriga
tion District has delivered his com
pleted assessment roll to the board
of directors of the Kennewick Irri
gation District, where it is now on
file. Notice is further given that the
board of directors will meet at a
board of equalization at 2 p. m., on
Saturday, the 3rd day of December
at their _office rooms in Gascoigne
Br. Fyfe’s, for the purpose of equaliz
ing said assessment roll at which
time the board will hear. and deter
mine such objections as may come
before them. ‘The board will con
tinue in session from day to day as
may be necessary for a period of
ten days, exclusive of Sundays. Giv
en by order of the board of direc
‘E. J. BRAND, Secretary. 11:3-17
NOTICE TO “EDITORS
at Wellington in and to:- the
In the matter of the estate of
Notice 'is hereby given: That the
undersigned, Wm. McDaniel, has
been appointed and has qualified as
the executor of the estate of James
F. Rickard. deceased, and all per
sons having claims against said de
ceased, _or his estate. are hereby re
quired to serve the same upon the
undersigned executor, or his attor
neys of record. Horrigan a; Hor
rigan, at their office in Pasco,
Franklin County. Washington, and
to file. said claim with the clerk of
the above-entitled court, together
with proof of such service within
six months from the date of the
first publication of this notice, to
Within six months from the 27th
day of October, 1938. otherwise, said
claim will be forever barred.
Executor of the estate of James
F. Rickard, demand.
Horrlgan at. Horﬂgan, Pasco,
Washington, Attorneys for said Ex
Advice to The
E. C. Smith Motor Co.
For months I have been trying
to keep. it secret. Now I realize it
is no use. Every car in the neigh
borhood knows it. They are whis
pering .about me—l need over
I’ve been trying everything—
super-hypo gasoline, Gasmgus
oil with power tested blobules,
furnace blast sparkplugs. In fact,
I've tried everything.
At first I thought I was on the
right track, using special pro
ducts. Now I know different. I
have a new plain on every revol
I have discovered that when a
car needs overhauling it needs an
overhauling, and that’s all there
Is to it.
GM you’ve and}: amend
up. We‘ve'helrd mutton.
THE WOB (WASH) COURIER-REPORTER
f Retain mean- at the Unity
Class will he held end: )Ime
the exception of the fourth Mon
:';A:I;.JA'.I'.T ’A -.- .1
mommy, nov. 1
FRIDAY and SATURDAY
Abstract & Title Co.
DR. C. BRUNN
Office .3 Residence
00! Ave. A Phone um
DR. H. J. CAPELL
Physician a Surgeon
01113:: In '
on. 531 JONES— Ru. 5::
C. L. HOLCOMB
MRS. BERT MOORES
Alta-In; and Dru-making
Phone us: KM
R. L. LUNDY ‘
01m; in Bank Building
Off. Phone 2071 Rs. 382
DR. JOHN L. WILSON
will be In Kennewick at Hotel
Kemewlck My, WM:
and Thursday of each week.
Moulton & Powell
_ LAW OFFICE
on» am- mm mm mm:
I. N. MUELLER
m was: Inﬁll
Pha- an no. not
List of Nominations and Questions D be V oted
Upon at the General Election to be sleld Tues
day, November Bth, 1938 '
......Pumantbthehnoithe State of Wuhingtonuulthe procle umnofthe Gov.
wormsdeMlhembymmmmuegenaue '(‘llOII wink-held
ammuyofﬂwembu.lsn.in themelecﬂonplwneutnb'nmn connty.md
“nonalAmendmenuandltuthu-ceﬂnythatthe followingmnedpmm have been
mymmutheundlmuthenndmmmmwm on the sweat
Wuhlngton. [or the offices net opposite the respective names:
Then will be submitted at and election the knowing:
Initiative Measure No. 126, entitled:
”AnActmﬂdlnxtornnon-m Motel“! mummuwe I-xmmsuon
11111 election than” at the Sana-Intendent of Public lmtucﬂon o! the nu an: the
County Superintendent o! Schook o! the various counties W.”
Initiative Measure No. 129, entitled:
nated maximums; exempting port districts and power dhuicu than no operation a w
providing that additional levies may be made by election.”
Initiative Measure No. 130, entitled:
cones-nun; lockout-31nd providing pandas.”
mm T 0 m CONSTITUTION PROPOSED BY m LEGISLATURE
United State- Seam:
3019-111? EON-F» _
81 West Road; Tacoma.
Vote for Two
D. W. NEFF.
EARL 8. 003.
County Superintendent! of
M. N. HUDNALL.
human“! have.“ newt-Hm“ this: in «um.
Judge ct the Supreme Court
Position No. One
900 Queen Anne Ave, Scuttle
Judge of the'Suprane Court
Position No. Two
GEORGE B. SIMPSON.
515 W. 24th. St... Vancouver
Judge of the Suplune Court
Position No. Three
C. G. JEFFERS.
117 N. Tacoma Ave» Tacoma
Republican Party '
United sum 8m
W 9. 13: 901%“-
197'!) 4th Ave. N..'Beo.ttle
Vote for Two
GEO. P. CHRISTENSEN
MARK u. MOUL'ION.
605 Kennewlck Avg.
RODNEY M. TRAVIS.
C. E. DUFFY.
H. 8. HUGHES.
lithe o! the race
Justice 'of thermos. mamma-
HARRY mam, Kennewick
Justice of the Peace. City 0!
O. P. WINKEN'WERDER,
H. E. HUNTINGTOII,
Justice of the Peace. City or
W. 0. some.
E. O. KEENE.
Justice of the Peace. White
Socialist Labor Party
United 8m 3m
Rt. 4. Mt
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