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For Sale 111111111 l
—'- 110 I‘o TRADE for work horse.
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fl BALE—I Olympia. one-way
”' and as new: M. Schuster.
m. ”'SIP
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” “Lg—Late model used car
”no good condition. See John
I . . 489
fi'
all” you BALE—Capacity 60 to
1” “no" pet minute. J. T. I".
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‘Gl'l' YOUR 1933 automobile license
a net W's. 499
r,
I“ ”Westinghouse combi
w upland electric stove 1n
...4 condition: water 00118- Call
m We” at 1671. tf
f,
” Wand washer and wood
a. ...: manning heater in
my. condition. L. 3. Raymond
mm Shop- “’1"
f?
mo BARGAlN—Beautiful small
ill! we: rather than box and
”- ms and transportation ar-
M. 'I'!” W. N. Gray, 27” 8'
m. 990 nm. WWI). 529
’_'—l’
m nus-At Western Auto Store
Til“. tubes. batteries, accessories.
I“? puts, alumina, house and
W punts, me]; and brushes.
a, mu. Notary public. Tele-
W 1851. Lane R. Larson. 49p
Wu SALE Saturdw.
m 5, :t Farmer’s Exchange.
‘3 Hill! of farm implements,
”on goods, etc. A quantity of
mph seed potatoes, pick
" m etc. Come and get
mm. or bring in your surplus
mm them into cash.
all 0 U R REFRIGERATORS.
m davenports and complete
line a! minutiae. Durocher's Furn
m we. Kennewick. 49th:
1 m MIGHT PIANO and
and piano in Kennewick to
gm Diaemmt for cash or
m 1! Interested In a bargain
audit Manager, Hoffman
“We Company, 816% West
m Anne. Spokane, Wash
m . “49¢
m MOT—Modem 5-room house.
h. In. E. R. Omahan. ’
5"!
IN“
van-”. 7;
” A
111 1m CHEVROLET yz-Ton
m. Can be secured at $90.44
hallo ss-ton 1938 model. A. A.
Ilium Chevrolet Company.
Poultry 111111111 l
ROB BALI—Two mcubtaors. one
’2. an Son-cu capacity. Phone
ncmm 1. Box 151, L.
"11-t. (antic
DAY-OLD & STARTED CHICKS
M Brahmas, White Giants
Id Wm. All male birds mat
" "In flocks are of outstanding
m. Custom hatching, Cherry
ma hm. Richland, Phone 292.
“Chilean. 52p
Finley’Teacher Is
{lnspital Patient
;‘F’NlY—llisa Leah Kirkpatrick
“Cl! In the first and second
lib In the Finley grade school.
"alum and taken to the
Piano Ila-pm and operated on
M W for appendicitis. She
hum along nicely. Mrs. Chas
”laden 0! Rover is teaching in
lb Kirkpatrick: absence.
h and Mrs. Stanley Stillwell.
M to Humiston, Oregon Tues-
N-b'm Mr. Stillwell’s aunt. Mrs.
'13.! Routes. They drove to Pen-
Mln Ind Walla Walla on their
Mum Mae.
:5. Ind Mrs. A! Hedstrom or
m Willa spent the week-end
WI Hr. Ind Mrs. Hamid Witharn
“.350 State Game Farm. -
M Sherry and son Donald
“If to Walla Walla Sunday to at
“ ‘ birthday dinner at the home
“Ir. sud Mrst Floyd Hodgson in
m N the birthdays of Mr. ROGE
"3 lad Donald Sherry. Covers were
Mlor 12. Mrs. Ernest Sherry
m '3 Visiting relatives and
M in Walla Walla the past
mammal home Sunday night
'l’! l'lnley Ladies’ Ald wlu hold
3 ”and food sale Saturday. Mar.
h the building formerly occupied
h "‘9 Hebonald's grocery.
“'9 Stray Stltches club wlll meet
3“! it an all-day quilting bee
me home or_ Mrs. Albert Piert. A
not he: dinner at noon is planned.
01 Saturday. March 5. at the
Huh! school. the annual school
m will be held to elect a di-
‘l'-7 find Mrs. Stanley Stillwell
Med in Mesa Sunday.
51!; Ax.»
4&3:
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NOTICE—I will not be responsible
for debts contracted by anyone
other than myselt, from date of this
paper. G. E. Plant. '
UPHOIBTERING - New spring
units fitted in davenport and chau
cushions. John Ban-man, phone
2601. 45-52;:
SEND BROKEN GLASSES direct
to Dr. Alfred E. Jones. Box 1216.
Spokane for quick repairs. Watch
this paper for his next visit at Km
newick Hotel. First visited Kenne
wick in 1916. See him for better
glasses. 48th:
WHEN IN NEED 0! insurance .or
Surety Bonds. See Bert Plow
man. Op
EATS AND GAPS—mu clam
“ablated“:uuolanedasc.
Patterson Dye Works. phone one~
two-three. Pasco. m
STAMP INK—Pull and lamp- ta-
nlentthuomco. Ahmed-on
ment curled In stock. Kennewick
PrintingOo.
RE” ’
WEE
bargains in ranches. Bee Bert
IRRIGATED FARMS m BALI—
Alsohoy,oorn.minond other
form produce for ale to woo.
800 W. O. Muldrow, oecy. Sunny
ddekdnflonmnenmclu.
Washington. more
norms. Janus. suden m
easy terms. Bert Plowman. an
FOR BALI
101,5 acm'md son. mt to
mmmuopum.m
10 acres, s-room house, burn
and 3110. excellent Mon.
SI2OO. terms. ‘
”01018 me
sodbuystorinvesunent.
”mimpmvemflooonbufl
terms.
Gascoigne & Fyfe
, Phone 1331
Hover Bk. M
Ifllllllll Wanted 11111111
WANTED—Woman local resident.
who seeks opportunity of Increas
ing family income, man-led prefer
red.3oto§s.Goodchmcter.erte
box w this office, giving age, ad
dress and telephone. 49c
WANTED—Man to do team work
on poultry farm and take chickens
for pay. Twin City Poultry Farm, 1
mile south of town. 493501)
MEN WANTED—Good nearby Raw
leigh Route now open. Soles way
up this year. It willing to conduct
Home Service business while earn
ing S3O and up weekly. write im
mediately. Rawleigh’s, Dept. WHO
-122-45, Oakland. California. 496
WANTED—lmpeopletotry‘our mo
percentpureramonunmt
saving to you. 111qu Winn
Mata-Puts. . m
THE AMERICAN PRODUCTS 00.
wants your live a ‘deod homo
and cows. Our truck will an only
day, except Sunday. at Benton any.
Richland, Pasco and Kennewick,
Phone 2161. at Grouse *9”. Inc..
at once during hot m at before
9 um. American Products Company.
Yam We
WORK
HORSES
Time to. go to plowing—
buy your horses on our
“buy ’em and try ’em”
plan. 35 or 40 to .choose
from. Pick your team
now.
Farmers Exchange
All kinds of Feed and Seed
'lllllllLive Stockllllllllllll
FOR SALE—New Zealand White
rabbits; 4 does, some with bunnies,
1 buck, also hutches. Gerber, across
from Finley Grange Hall. 499
FOR aAm—m Jersey com. A.
Schaftner, Finley. Wash. 43-91:
FOR BALE—Young broke horses.
Guaranteed at the ranch in
Horse Heaven. Phone 28110. J. V.
Bnntomky. 47-511)
Honing AND mums ma. 3m
cheap. Kennewick Implement Co.,
Kennewick. 44¢!
"II“ For Renfflllllllllll
WHY PAY RENT when you buy 31
mice home on monthly paymenu.‘
See Bert Plowman. 49p‘
“IIIIIIProdueeIIIIIIIIIII
non SALE—No. 1 alfalfa hay. 310‘
pertonmthestacmaunusaaeod
Finley. 4911‘
FREE—My catalogue of nursery
stock. Prlcee and trees can’t bel
beat. 1... 0. Bennett, Route 2, Halt‘
mlle west Highlands clubhouse. 499
FOR. éALE—mt-proof Wakefield
cabbage plants. 56c per 100: $350
per 1000. Rudy now. Harold Wilm
m'ntchland.
NEWMWMW‘
moan from canned blue tug;
mma.nnehnhott,noutoß
Westfilchlm 47-619
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MINIMUM“!
LOST—Man's Elwin watch and
chain at the Highland clubhouse
last Saturday night. Valued as a
keepsake. Reward. Inquire at thisi
office. 49-509‘
1933 CHEVROLET Conch. m‘
rebored and thome reconditioned
throughout. Was $350.00, now
mm * \
1935 DODGE i-door sedan—un
metal color. motor in good mat-1
tion. clean inside and out. With an‘
OK: that counts. Was $578.00, nowl
$498.00. {
1930 CHEVROLET Coach—Wl
8198.00. now $158.00.
1928 CHEVROLET CW]! 'II
$98.00, now $68.00. - ‘
1927 BUICK Coupe, new paint Job.
Was SBB.OO, now $58.00.
Wehaveoverfiusedcarsinom‘
stochwhichareredueedmpuce‘
for the fictional Used .Ou- Ex-‘
change Week. Darin: this week
”encasement-“ Mormon
Willbeslvenclubflecflomfree.
um mummy-19:0!
span-teammatucolor.m
WmmvuylowmnmaL
W will convince you
“mathemmmvebeen
”gimmmbemredats
his ucuon. l
”3. le-‘l'on Bed Dill Til) my?
rolet Suck. Motor rebored and In
perfect condition. Good rubber;
Thistruckwlnstnndslototreal
goodhardservioe.lthasanox‘
mmmumupflcedwaen
1936 mom _sm__Sedl-n—l
green mules: finish. spotless up
bolstering, motor in good condition.
goodrubber.Youwmnotbedlsap
painted by buylmthiscnr. Ithas
an OK that Counts for only 8188
own.
1936 FORD V-s Folder Trunk Be
dsn. This car has had the very
best of care and is in perfect con
dition. Beautiful blue max-less tin
ish, spotless upholstering. motor in
best of condition, good rubber; Act
ual mileage about 14000 miles. To‘
appreciate this car itis necessary to
inspect the some. With an OK that
Counts. Yours for $l9B down. 0
A. A. ANDERSON
CHEVROLET CO.
Kennewick, Washington
m m (VASE) comm
Asxusmmaxewsm
unedmtomobuepoucy. Bert
Plowman. .Dp
NWO: 0" BIDS ’o‘ COUNTY
PRINTING
Notice is hereby given. that the
Board of County Commissioners of
BentonColmty,Wuhln¢tonwmre
celveaesledbldstorcounty print
ingtortheyearbeglnnlngduly lst,
mammatthemewmbeopen
ed Monday. April 4th, 1938 n the
hour of 2:00 o'clock pm. at the
Commissioner‘s office in Prosser.
Washington.
Bids shall he submited on a word
count basis and must state the price
per hundred (or first insertions and
price per hundred words tor subse
quent insertions, for all legal no
tices to be printed under this con
tract.
The Board reserves the right to
reject any and all bids.
Dated at Prosser, Washington.
this 18th day of February. 1938.
HARLEY E. CHAPMAN.
County Auditor and Clerk of the
Board of County Commissioners.
. 2:24-3:17
AnOlilnuoenoulngaporuon‘
oftheorl‘lnnlphtofom‘
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tothemoodedpluthueot,w
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madam . ‘
The City Council of the any ot‘
Kennewick does ordain as follows;
Section 1. That the following
described street and alleys. lots and
blocks in Olmsted Addition to Ken
newick, according to the recorded
plat thereot. Benton County. Wash
instill:
(a) Jamesßoad. nowmrstAveb
nue, tram Canal Street to the
North Boundary line of Midland
M, except a. strip 20 feet wide
amm'mnotOot Blackston
stedAddmon. ' '
(b) North Circuit Road. now-3
Jenn Street. from the South line of‘
Second Street. now Kennevict
Avenue. to the north boundary line
of Midland Bond. 9
(c) vnlard Road. now lona
Bhuhtruntheswthnneotsec
ondsmennowxennewlckAvenue.
tomshhndnoulem.
(d)mdlandßoudtmmthenst
line of Mona-Road. now Kent
BtregtJolehhndßoulevud.
(e) South—hut 0! Canal Strong}
from James Read. now First Ave
nue, to Highland Boulevard. ;
(r) mammnmulylm‘
petweenlntsltogbothmchm‘re.
mdlotsfltoflbothhclusl'e.
hem'gthntporuonofauduueyex
tendingfmmthemteflybmmm
uneotvmardnoudtosnneex
tendlncfmmthemteflyhmmdary
watchman the mum-1y
boundsryuneotaudulley.tothe
mummuneotm4on
mmmrynneotmd
alley.
(B)Anflleysln3hcks23.36
nod”.
(h) TheflleyinßlockflJylnl
betweenlotsl'md2l.andm22
tonbothmclnflve.undthemey
inßlockssrmbetweenLotsl
totbothlncluuve,mdbot3lßto
21,hoth1ncluuve.
(1) Lots 10. 11, 12. 13, 14 and 15.
mmnmlwmmcmm
in*Block2B.:llotßlock3l.anof
Bloch.23,3Bmd3l,andnllot
Blockss'lyMSouthottheNu-th
uneotlotsglsandl'lfinuld
Blockss. * l
(1)1031.2.3,und4.1na1d
Blockfi.
(k) AllotMonroeStx-eet North.
1111 0: Gene! Avenue abutting on
Loummm,mnmaa.mot
Avenue A tram Monroe Street to
the west line of Lyle Street North
extende¢endtheeneystnnloekßL
beandthenmeuieherebyvu—
acted and said annual plat is
amendedtoeoufomwlthmdm
tion.
Section 2. That the plat med
withtheorlgmnl petition forth]:
vacaflonbemdthemhhm‘
byorderedanddlrectedtoheflled
bytheClty Clerkptthecny of
Kennewickastheomclnunended
platottheportionotOlmstedAd—
mtlmtoxenmmmdmgto
the recorded plat thereof. as Is
shmthemomandthattheouund
phtlsamendedtocontormthen—
with.
Section 3._ mm m
hemmnforeeundeflectnvedays
umtuammmmm
mummtheofadslnemrof
thecnyotxennewlcl
mmnm. - \
Amovedlhrchl. 1938. i
CITYOPKENNIWICK:
ByE.'H.Bem-man,lnyw‘
Attest: Wimtred Campbell. City
Clerk. 1
Approved as to tom: Chums L.
Powell, City Attorney.
summons 3! Manon {
hmsmcmuunsua
uwmmhmtcm
County.
Walter Marlin and Plan Belle.
Marlin. hushnd and wife, plum‘
titans.
BentonCo‘mty.nmunlctpdcor
poration; Benxnm'rreann'erot
Benton Ommty: Bunnyddelrflo
nonmemcnapubnccorpmuon;
the unknown heirs and unknown
devisees‘orThomasJ.Montgom¢-17‘
ande'r.nontgomel-y,husbsnd
and wife, deeeued.nnd mother‘
personsorparuesunknownclum
msmmhhtitle. unalienm
interestlntherealestatedeecuhed
mmwmpmhmdetenmi
Thesueeotwmlngton: 1
To the unknown liars and un
knowndevtseesof'nmnuJJlont-
gomery and Non 'l‘. Montgomery.
ORDINANCE NO. 341
‘huMdengdtn
Mamet-mum
fawning my 1181“. title. astute.
lien ammmmewemw
deacrtbedinthecunpmnthuun.
defendants: ‘
Ywmhaebymmmonedtoup-i
pau- within sixty days smel- thew
mwdmeMpubncauonofthui
mto-wlhwlthlndxtydm
anathemdayothbnm.m
mddetmdthenbovoenfltledw
tinnintheahoveenfltledcmuhuul
mtheamplflntotthepldn
numdmetoopyotmm-
montheundaflgnednfluneys
torpldnfittgstthelromcebelow
Mmdmcueotymn-uum
aotodojudzmentwmberendered
mecordlns hounde
mandotthecsmplamnwhmhhu
'been filed withtho cial-hot aid
court.
Theobjectofmawuonuto
mmdsmentawnsteachmd
allotmedetendmtsmmedabove.
mcludlngywto'homthlsmm
mumqmeflncutleto
thefollo'lngdeactlbedreflmp
canto-wit: _ _
Boutheastquuterotthefiwth—
westqwtcrofßecflont’l’own-
moummaonw.u.
Bantu-am.me
mpmmmsusteedmplotme.
cleuofmymdwflshhuue.
estateJlenorlntcrestlna-ldreu
property claimed 0: asserted by
achmdwotthemhm
undtueverhrflnsmhmdmot
thedetendmunomheratwru
mmmnmmmnea
ormtaeummdtontdrwmop
jerty.u.mlfirm-(semen-canal-notwit-
abbnnet.
g HOU'L'I‘ON‘BPOWELL.
Attorneys for mum. P. O.
'mmmcmfi
‘ty. thlngton. 2:34:17
SMONS BY PUBLICATION 1
Inn—FM“ __Oou-c— '7'E3‘éiu{
It Walnuts: In and for ”on
County I
wmnin nau- and Mensa. Blur.
mamwaphmmu {
BentonOotmty.a.munldpa.loor-‘
pot-ation.,nenmm of
Benton County, Wllhlnlm Mn
mammmuM‘
huahsndnndwlfe; unmount
puma-WWW-
mmmmmuanum-
mmmwuhtow
mummhmwmu:
Bhudehm:
Tammanmmmy.umu-1
niclpol convention. Ben Knox]
Worse-Imm.an
m_mm3.perunmduh‘
mmhummvugm
on other m or portion
knownchhlmmflchhfltha-
annual-Winthexulu-
mmmmempmm‘
ln.delendnnto.‘ ‘
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mummmmmw-wuzmm-
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February. 1938. and detend the
abouenttthdactlonlnthoabove
untitled Court sud answer the
‘Complunt at the W und
maewyotmmupon
themduflmdnflanmtorplm
unauthelrotncehelowmted:
indhuaeotyourflmnteaotodo.
‘judzmentwmhenenderedw
‘mwcordmctothedmdotthe
complaint. which has been filed
rummacmkotwcan-L
'rhoobjectofthhmueo
quietphmtltts' title-annual!
‘ . !
Commg
O
; Agam
I
Dr. Curry, the old and
Lreliable optometrist of
Seattle, who has made
iprofessional visits to
Kennewick for 28 years
mil again be at the
norm. KENNEWICK
Saturday, March 12th
for one day.
I]. m; M m
to lull-n In lith- and
m an. m
PAINTERS
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mum's! ‘
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uncormancrmnon
than.“
mama-u “I
MR. POUUI'RYMAN
mam—mummies”:-
—anllnblonow.luach.w
bade- lumm—u‘
cm Hatching—nu cut. so.
will!“
(Reserve Spas Nov)
WWW“
Casey & Sons Hatchery
Phone 281 have. Walling..-
chunsqtthoddmuotem
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wmm.to-wlt:
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0! Section mm a North.
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denmo
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Section 18. mm 6 North.
WNRW.IL
Building Costs
reduced! A
smom‘
mum
mums
New, ready'fizh- m'e LUM BEE
Ithactmybtimornquareupthislumber
MmufingitEnduofuchpieoemmde-md
groovedthesameuthedduoothatall mash
Wm‘hdd"inmanflpuddgmtmwth
andfigidity.Readytoune.Notacutfin¢andfitfin¢job.
CumflhemunitNomltiommemkd
(«mom good. tight construction bummed.
Savahmmrkandmoncy,
tEndsanQedmmesh together -, ,1
and“weld"hic;n;t}ucflon
Endless Lumbert: 44mm“ Pmdud
“do 516. "Him m of
mm—mmdqufly.‘ .
POTLA'NH YARDS, Inc.
M. N. HUDNALL, Mgr.
| Wmm o; POTASH il
‘1! ”on crop of tomatoes requires 52 pounds
of potash tor the fruit alone, which is more
than the requirement for nitrogen and phos
phorus combined. Potash insures the aturdy
growth of the plant: and the development
and' maturity of large seta of quality fruit. It «
helps the plants to resist diseases. In addition
to increasing the yields. potash ripen- the fruit
more evenly and gives it greater firmness and
better shape and color, thus improving tho
shipping quality . . . The generous use oi
iertilizer on loan tomato acreage offers an
effective meane of making more profit from the
crop. Liberal applications of such analyses as
85-12, 5-6-8, 6-12-8, and 4—lo-10 are giving
good reoultr . . . See your fertilizer dealer or
manufacturer regarding fertilizers high in
potash. You will be surprised how little extra it
coats to apply enough potash for A
oxeatut y—igld, qualiiy, ;nd profit.
Write us for further In- ‘
formation and literature
American Potash lnstitulo’
INCORPORATED '
m mo WWW". D. C.
PROMO COAST OM01: nuns BUILDING. SAN JOSE, CAUFOW
TOMATOES ]
'nu um Qua-ter of flu
Northeast Qua-ter of Section A
WBNWWIOEW.
The Romans: Qua-ter of ch.
Northwest m of section a,
mommaom.w.
It.
The W Quarter of Boo
thatthONou-flnm
80:.WJ1.
an In Suntan Dainty. Washin
ton.
MOUL'I'ON & POWELL.
Attorney. (or munum. ome
nd I'. 0. Adams. Roam
Washington. 8:84:14
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