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”TBS 1c per word per Insertion .__minimum. 25c. 11' prepaid. five times for the price of four.
film For Sale "ME!
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W 10-inch. A-l shape, 1 set
harness. Inquire at Wil-
M Orchard. C. E. John
WW namburger. 3
was for 25¢. People's Market.
nggge your Irish
0 tablet seed potatoes now. Grown
m tag seed. Might consider
trade- 3. J. Leibel. 43-4713
FWTWO incubtaors, one
’5 one 300-eBB capacity. Phone
or write’ Route 1, Box 151, L.
mg, 47ptfc
you WW White shortening.
3 pounds for 35¢. People's Market,
M Wumngton. fr 28m:
103 ”Ln—Used washer and wood
ma coal circulating heater in
{gallant condition. L. H. Raymond
mum 3331}. 41am
W 5 RADIOS. good used
will!“ machines 5 electric
"a. $lO to 327: new and used
;“W everything in mmlt'ure.
w W in town at Durocher’s
#3 It!“ store. Kennewick. 4RI
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Em 1937 CHEVROLET yz-ton
km Can be purchased at a big
‘m. See us at once. It will‘
wbe here long. A. A. Anderson
‘Mrolet Co.
WANTED—3 men over factory age
it! established Rawleigh Routes.
urge organization. Can earn S3O or
me weekly. Steady work. Write
kmwldsh’s, Dept. WHB—l22-113,
Lament}, California. 46p
WANTED—Ioo people to try our 100
”:91um oil atagreat
gym to you. Investigate. Winks
mm 30“
m mom PRODUCTS co.
m m uve or dead horses
Mm. Our truck will call every
him Sunday. at Benton City,
W. Pasco and Kennewick.
m 2181. at. Grange glpply. Inc.,
i use during hot weather before
Dun. American Products Company,
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ill For Rent 'lllllllllll'l
m RENT—Furnished Room. 423
Anne A, phone 611, Mrs. Ethel
Goals. . 46c
POE REN T Nice comfortable
duping room, suitable for one or
No m; in good home. Inquire at
I! Avenue A., phone 2251. 46c
”BRENT—Good, clean. comfort-
Ibh sputments, steam heated
Ind well furnished: also sleeping
room: by week or month at Com
mercial Hotel. 411:!
manive Stocklmmm“
lon SALE—I 4 head horses, young
I and old: all well broke; 825 and
*up. Audie Perkins, % mile south of
'xennewick. 47p
FOR SALE—Good laying Rhode Is
land Red pallets, Mrs. C. C. Wil
llms, hPone 2034. 460
Lllitle. 4% miles SE of Kenne
‘ick or 1 mile vat of Hedges sta
flan. “_m
301 i SALE—SO head work horses;
50° Herb Owens before you
w. ‘7p
clap. Kennewick Implement 00.,
{much - 44 a
’O3 SALE—Young horses and
m Tom Esta. Route 2. phone
m. 46p
“in SALE—2 male Shepherd pups.
ton rye hay. Harry Axtelle, Rt.
3. Kennewick. 46p

’O3 BALia—Spam of Geldings, 4-
398!: old, well broke and gentle,
“'3’“ moo pounds. Orvil Gilmore
Gowing place, between Finley
"Id Hover. 46-48 p
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'OO CHEVROLET coach—ems clean
“I has never been roughed—newly
Mll3cc! and real neat $l6B
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MOE—all low price can
Kennefick, Washington
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OLD-TIME DANCE, Vale grange.
February 11. modern dance, Feb
ruary 12. Willmsen’s music. 46p
A'I'I‘ENTION—Dr. Geo. L. Houser
of Walla Walla will be in Pasco
every Saturday from 8 am. to 6
pm. at 312 Bonneville Bt. 43-46 c
STAMP INK—Pads and stamps for
sale at. this office. A large assort
ment carried in stock. Kennewick
Printing Co. 51)
FLATS AND CAPS—Hats cleaned
and blocked 60c; caps cleaned 25c.
Jetterson Dye Works. phone one
wo-three. Pasco. 321:1
DR. H. C. CURRY. the Seattle Op
tometrist, who has made profess
ional visits to Kennewick for 28
years and is known for good optical
work at reasonable prices, will again
be at Hotel Kennewick Tuesday and
Wednesday, February 15 and 16 for
two days. Eyes examined, glasses
made to fit each eye. 47c
FOR SALE—Gobler Seed Potatoes,
‘ grown from certified Blue Tag
stock. phone 2375 South Highlands.
V. B. Drake. 46p
FOR SALE Peonles. shrubbery,
evergreen, shade trees at. sacrifice
prices; fruit, ornamental trees;
grape vines, rows, asparagus plants
at bargain prices. Home Nursery 00..
Richland. Washington. We
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FOR SALE—Berry plantation—one
of the finest in eastern Washing-‘
ton, 1,5 mile from city limits, Pas
co. Over 60.000 bearing canes, mar
ket for entire crop at the ranch. A-l
proposition for younger person.
Terms, cash. H. N. Bell, Pasco.
Washington. 3948;);
Also hay, corn, grain and other
farm produce for sale in season.
See W. C. Muldrow. secy. Sunny
side Irrigation District, Benton City.
Washington. latte
101,42 acres, good soil, next to
the ditch, S3O per acre, terms.
10 acres. 3-room house, barn
and 3110, excellent location,
SI2OO, terms.
TWO LOTS in Olmsted Adan,
god buys for investment.
20 acres improved, SIOOO liberal
Gascmgne & Fyfe
‘ Phone 1231
Hover Blk. Kennewick
LOST—Lineman’s black telephone
test set. Reward. Also wanted:
to buy a day bed. Inquire of Ken
newick Valley Telephone Co. 46-7 c
of Washington in and (or Benton
Walter Marlin and Flora Belle.
Marlin, husband and wife, plain
tiffs, vs.
‘Benton County, a municipal cor
poration; Ben Knox, Treasurer of
Benton County;_ Sunnyside Irriga
tion District, a public corporation;
the unknown heirs and unknown
devisees of Thomas J. Montgomery
and Nora T. Montgomery, husband
and wife, deceased, and all other
persons or parties unknown claim
ing any right. title, estate, lien or
interest in the real estate described
in the complaint herein, defendants
The State of Washington:
To the unknown heirs and un
known devisees or Thomas J. Mont
gomery and Nora 'l‘. Montgomery,
husband and wife, deceased, and all
other persons or parties unknown
claiming any right, title, estate,
lien or interest in the real estate
described in the complaint herein,
You are hereby summoned to ap
pear within sixty days after the
date of the first publication of this
summons, to-wit, within sixty days
after the 3rd day of February, 1938,
and defend the above entitled ac
tion in the above entitled court. and
answer the camth of the plain
tiff and serve a copy of your an
swer on the undersigned attorneys
for plaintiffs, at their office below
stated, and in case of your failure
so to do judgment will be rendered
against you, according to the de-
mand of the camplalnt. which has
been filed with the clerk of said
The object of said action is to
recover judgment against each and
all of the defendants named above,
including you to whom this sum
mons is directed, quieting title to
the following described real prop
erty. to-wit:
‘ Southeast quarter of the South
west quarter of Section 3, Town
ship 9 North, Range 26 E. W. M.,
Benton County, Washington.
in plaintiffs as a fee simple title,
clear of any and all right, title,
estate, lien or interest in said real
property claimed or asserted by
each and all of the parties hereto,
and forever barring each and all of
the defendants from hereafter as
setting any right, title, estate, lien
or interest in and to said real prop
erty, and to recover general equit
able relief.
Attorneys for Plaintiffs. P. 0.
Address, Kennewick, Benton Coun
ty, Washington. 2:3-3zlo
State of Washington, County 01
Benton, 83.
Notice is hereby given, That in
accordance with an order hereto
fore entered on the 17th day oi
January, 1938, by the Board of
County Commissioners of said
County, directing the sale of the
real property hereinafter described.
acquired by said County for delin
quent taxes under tax foreclosure
suit and sale, I, the undersigned
County Treasurer of said County.
will on the 19th day of February.
1938, commencing at the hour of 9
o’clock am., and continuing until
the hour of 4 o’clock pm. of said
day, unless the property hereinaft
er described shall sooner be sold, at
the front door or the County Court
House, in Prosser in said County
and State, sell to the highest bidder
for cash or on legal contract, the
following described property, situ
ated in said County. and described
.as follows, to-wit:
Lots 13, 14 and 15. Block 44. City
of Prosser. $20.00; Lot 11. Block 105.
City of Prosser, $10.00; Lots 15. 16.
17. 18 and 19, Block D. Rich’s Addi
tion to Prosser. $10.00; Blocks 7. 8.
9, 10 and 11, Plymouth, $12.50;
Blocks 14, 15, 16. 17 and 18, Ply
mouth, $12.50; Blocks 32, 33, 34, 35
and 36, Plymouth. $12.50; Blocks 37.
38, 39. 40 and 44, Plymouth. $12.50;
All, less the Northeast quarter of
the Northeast quarter of Section
27. Township 6 North. Range 26 E.
W. M.; all of section 29, Township
Section 33, Township 6 North.
Range 26 E. W. M., SIBBO.OO. West
half of the Southeast quarter oi
Section 4, Township's North, Range
27 E. W. M., $80.00; North hall of
the Northeast quarter, East half of
the Southwest quarter of the North
east quarter, Southeast quarter 01
the Northeast quarter. East hall
of the Southeast quarter. East hall
or the West half of the Southeast
quarter, all in Section 32, Town
$260.00; That part of the Southwest
quarter or the Northeast quarter 01
Section 1, Township 8 North, Range
29 E. W. M., lying South or the Col
umbia Irrigation District canal and
West of the School District No. 17
property. containing 6.50 acres more
or less, $25.00.
The above property shall not be
sold for less than the amount set
forth as “Minimum Sale Price"
shown opposite each description oi
property. If sold for cash, a Trees»
urer’s‘Deed will be executed. It sold!
on contract, the terms thereof shalt
be 20 percent cash and balance in
ten equal annual installments com
mencing November _ lat next. with
interest at six percent on‘ deferred
payments, payable annually. All.
subsequent taxes and memento
must 'be paid prior to dennuency
Failure to make payments or to per
form any of the covenants of the
Baby Chicks—Leghorn: and heavie
—nvaflsble now. 11¢ each. Assorted
hawks 10c. Leghorn Cocteau—3l:.
Custom Batching—Hen e 3“
Turkey 383% sc.
(Reserve Space Nov)
Visitors Always Welcome
Casey & Sons Hatchery
Phone 281 Pasco, Washington
Paints—on Well Pope!
Employ 3 good palmet—
l. J. SABGENT 8 80)!
hinting. Deeontin; and
:: Popeflungln; ::
Estimates cheerfully given
Phone 2“
m 8. Fourth. Pueo “to
contract forfeits same at the elec
tion of the vendor. This contract
plus accrued interest. in which case
a Treasurer’s Deed will be Executed
And notice is hereby further given
that if necessary I will adjoin said
sale to the same hours from day to
day by announcement made at the
time and place of said sale, or at the
time and place to which said sale
may be adjourned. Property sold
for the sum of $50.00 or loss must
bepaidforincashat timeofsale
Dated at Prosser, Washington
this 24th day of January. 1938.
County Treasurer of Benton
County, Washington.
By Ray Gilcrest, Deputy County
Treasurer. 1:27-2:10
Notice of Filing for School Director
Notice is hereby given that filings
for the office of school director for
three year term for School District
No. 17, Kennewick. Washington, will
be accepted by the clerk of the
board up to and including the 215 i:
day of February, 1938. School Dis
trict No. 17, Kennewick, Washing
ton, by Margaret Reymore. clerk.
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- Notice is hereby given that the
tax rolls. Real and Personal for the
year 1937 have been delivered into
my hands for the collection of taxes
thereon, on and after the 15th day
of February.
Dated at Prosser. Washington,
this 25th day of January, 1938.
1:27-2:10 County Treasurer
Notice of Closing of Registration
Books for General School Elec
tion in Second Glass School Dis
tricts in Benton County, Wash
ington. '
Notice is hereby given that the
registration books of all voting pre
cincts in second class school dis
tricts in Benton County, Washing
istration of voters in said districts
from February 17. 1938, that being
the last day of registration. to
March 5, 1933, after which date the
books will again be open. _
County Auditor and Registrar of
Voters. 2:3-10
Notice is hereby given that the
assessment rolls of Columbia. Ken
newick, Richland, Sunnyside. Ki
ona, Sunnyside Valley. Prosser.
Grandview, Yakima. Benton, Priest
Rapids Irrigation Districts. of
Benton County. Washington. for
the year 1937, have been delivered
to the undersigned Treasurre of
said districts. That all assessments
due and payable at the office of
the undersigned County Treasurer
at Prosser. Benton County. Wash
ington. on and after the first
Monday in February; (Except the
Toll and Charge portion of such
assessments which become payable
tary. Payment schedule of ' such
TOll and Charge may be ascertain
located.) One-half of each and all
of said assessments shall become
delinquent on June 1. 1938. unless
said one-half is paid on or before
May 31, 1938. The remaining one
ments shall become delinQuent on
December lst, 1938. unless said one
half is paid on or before November
30, 1938. Interest at the rate of 10
percent per annum from the date of
delinquency is charged on all de
linguent assessments.
Dated at Prosser. Washington.
this 25th day of January. 1938.
County Treastm and Ex-Otflcio
Treasurer of the above-named Ir
rigation Districts. 1:27-2:17
} Brick Oliver says if you believe
Ithe ads in the magazines, cigarettes
fcan now cure everything but skid
a a .s .’
“Just think what fun nations will
have in the next war," says Harry
Linn, “in messing up each other's
radio programs.” ‘
JJ J ‘
‘keep the hatchet hurried, and that;
is to bury the hammer along mun
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"To enable your boy to overcome!
that shy and retiring disposition."
says Frank Mason, “get him a job
driving a rive-ton truck.”
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Floyd Hutchins says he can re-l
member the time when a newspaper‘
reader went farther than the first
paragraph of a murder story. 1
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According to Bob Johnson there‘
are some girls around here so dumb
they think tamers get print butter
by feeding the cow newspapers.
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As Frank Maupin sees it, 3 states
selected so many times that he no
longer has opposition.
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“Wouldn't it have been interest
ing." asks Art Carpenter “to have
heard old Ananias tell how much
he got on his car in a trade-in?"
A J as a!
Verne Fauids says cave men used
to knock the girls senseless, but this
day in time that isn’t necessary.
Mrs. Tom Esta and Mrs. Wallace
meon attended the Finley Pin
ochle Club at the home of Mrs.
Erickson Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Watkins and
daughter. Kay, have reme from
a visit with relatives in Curtis. Ne
braska. Mrs. Ellensworth Camp
bell remained there for a longer
time. to be with her father, who is
seriously ill.
Don't forget that the Highland
Improvement club meets Friday
night, February 4th. at the High
land club house.
Mr. and Mrs. Delmar Paulson of
LaGrande. Oregon have moved to
Kennewick to make their home.
They are staying at the W. B. Paul
son home until they get located.
Wednesday, February 9 is the
date set for the “Boy Scout” Father
and Son Banquet which will be
cooked and served by the Highland
Woman’s club at the Highland club
house. Court of Honor will be held
following the banquet. Next Mon
day night, February 7th. Board of
Review will be held before the
Court of Honor in Kennewick. Har
;ry ngley. scoutmaster. requests that
‘Troop 29 of the Highlands please
}_meet at the Highlands clubhouse at
7:15 prompt.
The country would be better off
if all those Americans running over
to mt to dig for ancent relics
would stay at home and dig coal.
Mr. and Mrs. Hamid Zinser of
Richland have moved to the West
Highlands to live. Mr. Zinser will be
employed by the Church Mfg. 00.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mclntyre
and baby of Prosser spent the week
end at the home of Mrs. Mclntyre's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Lewis.
The Les Amies pinochle club is
entertaining their husbands with a
dinner at the Highland clubhouse
tonight ('l'hursday.) .
Every girl has the God-given
right to choose a husband. but she
should first make sure whose hus
band she is choosing.
Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Preston en
tertained with four tables of
bridge at their home Saturday eve
ning. Mrs. Gladys Kelso and Mr.
Hudnali won high score. Mr. and
Mrs. Ted Watkins next high score
and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lampmn.
low score. Refreshments were serv
ed at the close of the evening.
‘ Henry Paulson motored to Yaki
ma Tuesday. where he met Mrs.
Paulson, who has spent the past
month with their daughter, Bea
trice in Seatle. They returned to
Kennewick Tuesday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. W. Prlggee and
tamilee have moved from the sur
den tracts in, Kennewick to the
Jordan place, which they recently
purchased on the W. Highlands.
the: .
S peczal Sale
From Close-Ont Stock of - a City Store
250 to Choose From
—and even less!
All kinds and all sizes—silks, crepes,
prints—from house dresses to formals
$795 SSOO $395
Ed Lupe m a busineu visitor in
Walla. thla may and Tuesday
of this week.
Hamid Htmmelsbach of Yaklmn'
Green home Wedneadny wanna.
Seed spu d 5
Irish Cobbler Potatoes for seed—
grown from last year’s certified
Blue Tag Stock—f or sale by
Washington Early Crops
Call early and make your
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A ttentlon!
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We have a complete line of Albers Dairy and
Poultry Feeds, Calf Manna and Turkey Feed.
Complete line mill feed, hay, straw and grain.
We buy and sell all kinds of produce. Ask about
our finance plan _to turkey growers.
There Goes Coccidiosis!
Ollr Similene Mash will help you to combat coc- ‘
cidiosis in your flock. Just call our field man. He
will gladly help you in case of trouble. He is
qualified to diagnose and tell you what is wrong
.and will help you to keep your birds healthy and
in top production.
Kennewick Cash Produce Company
Open From 7 to 6 Phone 541.
Headquarters for Baby Chicks—Hansen-Holly
wood Strain. Complete Line of Baby Chick
‘ Equipment and Feed
R. W. Wood: is in Bunnyside this
week. moving his dimmer and
family. Mr. and Mrs. [in-old Stowe.
to Yokimo. where he has been
transferred. Be is employed by an
oil company.

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