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“ For Sale 111111111 l
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I“ Wyclonic tennis racket.
”a rubberized cover. practically
.w“a in good condition, phone
In 52-1 c
513 mm SOLD OUT. I am go
a to sell a bunch of interlocking
W tile cheap. Enough for 4-
w house. P. J. Murphy, 208 Ben
,on Wqunghoum combi
ation fuel and electric stove in
I.“ mation; water coils. Call
m Welt at 1671. u
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n ”LE—Used washer and wood
and coal circulating heater in
”unit condition. 1.. 3. Raymond
mm Bhop. 4131 c
‘ mu? INK—Pads and stamps for
.1“: this office. A large assort
gn carried in stock. Kennewick
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’O3 SALE—No. i alfalfa hay. $lO
pg ton in the stack. Julius Jacot,
m, Washington. It
103 SALE-No. 1 Netted Gems for
not! or table use; 2 pressure gas
“ ranges; one 6-ft. New Idea.
mm. Ed Sellick, phone 35x2. 53tf
NARA HAY—lst, 2nd and 3rd
cutting A-l quality, no cheat or
"can. One mile SW of Kennewick.
w market price. W. B. Wil
m Ranch. it
m BALE—Gladiolus bulbs from
the best varieties grown, includ
u Hardy, the most popular glad
awn.
No. l bulbs in separate named
mum. 25c dozen. mixed colors,
:0: down. 100 bulbs mixed $1.50.
Me 3111. J. R. Schmelzer, Ken
newlck Avenue, Olmsted Addn. 50t1'.
NR BALE Strawberry plants,
my ued patented variety. Order
..:-1y (by March 15th if possible)
Man the ditches are cleaned out
and the plants destroyed. Thae
M plants are priced at $4.00 per
not or 8350 m 10,000 lots. If you
?, ads too late to save ditch plants,
1m 85.00 per 1000 for plants out
dthctopotthe row that would
mammalian-nest: not dis
turbed. Terms cash. Horace Wray.
Vat Manda. Kennewick. 49th:
m SAL! - Pennies. ahrubbery.
m undo trees n: sacrifice
lieu: mm. ornamental trees:
up vines. roses. W plants
umm Home Nursery 00..
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- Lost and Found 1111111
MET—Black and white male point
et dog, 6 months old, reward. Tel
ephme 3221, Kennewick, Wash. ‘
NUND—A ladm' black purse with
Initial 3. Owner may have same
I! paying for .this ad. 1c
Growth of the Banana Plant
he banana plant grows to the
”fit of a small tree and producel
111 bunch of bananas in eight
Mihs' time. To get the bunch of
banal. the plant is cut down with
O machete—a long knife used for
lien: Purposes by the natives. The
M bunch of bananas is then cut
M file plant and handled care.
Ml! till it reaches the ship which
like the bananas to world markets.
3'!!! banana plant has a small
Phat beside it—a mother plant and
h Child, The child becomes the
’l'“ IM3! the next crop. Bananas
In not allowed to ripen on the
WM. '3 the! would burst open and
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OBITUARY
GEORGE W. LANE
George w. Lane was born SEP
‘anher 5, 1877 in Independence»
hams. He was a Kennewick pio—
nm. Imin: come to Kennewick in
1903. Where he farmed until 1911 at
well time he moved his family to
’ “than. They returned to Kenne
‘ick to make their home in 1933
“191'! they have lived since that
“'39. Mr. Lane has managed the
William; cherry orchards for a
number of years. While visiting in
“km he suffered a paralytic
“mire and died at the St. Elizabeth
gum! in Yakima Friday. March
He ’8 Survived by his widow. Ida
It Ifine: three children, Wesley M.
“be and Edith 13mm of Port
hntl and Wallace B. Lane of Ken-
W: three sisters. Mrs. L. A.
“the: at Oklahoma City. Mrs.
“Rh Ritchie and Mrs. Ella John
“ 01 Garnet. Kansas: three bro
‘htm John Lane of Spokane, Oli
n’ 01' Kansas and Harry of Mon
“: uso two grandchildren.
Pi" Mal Sen/ices were held from
“‘0 Mueller Funeral Home Monday
~ “0110011 with the Rev. Henry M-
Mgh officiating. Interment
'8 m ‘ll the Riverview Heights
I “fiery.
gag-Ea"
DR. H. C. CURRY, the Seattle op
tometrist, who has made profes
sional visits to Kennewick for 30
years and is known for good optical
work at Reasonable prices, will
again be at Hotel Kennewick. Fri
day and Saturday, April 8-9 for two
days. Eyes examined, glasses made
to fit each eye. 53-1 c
THE SENSATION of radio deals—
-81995 Hoover vacuum cleaner in
cluded with Coronado Select-O-
Matic Console Radio at no extra.
cost. Both for only $59.95. At the
new Gamble Store—lo 9 E. Main
St., Walla Walla, Washington.
SEE 0 U R REFRIGERATOR.
stoves. davenports and complete
line of furniture. Durocher’s Furn
iture Store, Kennewick. 49th:
SEND BROKEN .GLASSES direct
to Dr. Alfred E. Jones, Box 1216,
Spokane for quick repairs. Watch
this paper for his next visit at Ken
newick Hotel. First visited Kenne
wick in 1916. Bee him for better
glasses. We
EATS AND CAPS—Hus cleaned
and blocked 60c: caps cleaned 25c.
Petterson Dye Works, phone one
two-three.‘ Pasco. 321:1
REAL «-
£5135
IRRIGATED FARMS FOR SALE—
Also hay, corn. groin and other
(arm produce for sale in season.
See W. C. Muldrow. secy. Sunny
nde Irrigation District. Benton City.
Washington. latte
slllllllllll For Rent 11111111111 l
FOR RENT—House, 3 rooms and
bath. 116 Third Ave. 1“. H. Lin
coln. 1c
FOR RENT Good' comfortable
room with or without' board. 501
Kennewick Avenue, phone 612. 1c
FOR RENT—Two 2-room furnished
apartments in the Murphy apart
ments. Plenty of hot water and
heat, telephone convenience, 815. M.
M. Doan. ' 53p
SMALL PARTLY FURNIS
house for sale or rent. April lst.
Phone 2631. 52-3 c
FOR. RENT—a-room modern home,
close in. Available April 1. See
Alyce Trier, phone 2581. 52“
FOR RENT—Modern. 3-room apart
ment with garage, hot and cold
water furnished. See owner, 1317
Kennewick Avenue. tic
IITIIiIIIIIILive Stockllllllllllll
FOR SALE Young bull. G. H.
Leber, West Highlands. 1})
fineness AND mums FOR SALE
' cheap. Kennewick Implement Co..
[Kennewick “t!
111111111 l iWanted 1111111111 l
WANTED—Lady for general house
keeping, steady 10‘!) for right par
ty. Inquire at my residence between
6 and 8 o’clock evenings, 3% miles
southeast 01' Kennewick on the Ken
newick and Finley ' highway. E.
Kibbe. 52-39
I'HE AMERICAN PRODUCTS CO.
wants your live or dead horse:
and cows. Our truck will call every
day, except Sunday, at Benton City,
Richland. Pasco and Kennewick.
Phone 2161, at Grange Supply, Inc..
at once during hot weather before
9 a.m. American Products Company.
Yakima. . sm:
may-noun 7
8. If. Efibrzgk.‘ Susan-fl
Preaching in Finley church Sun
day morning at eleven o’clock.
IHE FEATHERHEADS .3122;
111111111 l Poultry 111111111 l
FOR SALE—White Leghorn baby
pallets. Hanson strain. B.W.D.
tested. loo—:20; day-old roosters.
10042.50. Available Tuesday after
noons or , Wednesday morning.
Phone 2467, 1 mile south of Ken
newick. Twin City Poultry Farm. 213
I At the Churches I
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ms'r CONGREGATIONAL
Chas. 13. Behold. Pastor
Felix J. Sontag. Associate
Pasco; Wasmmzton
The fifth of the series of Lenten
sermons on the “Vision of Jesus"
will be given by Rev. Chas. E. Se
bold at the First Congregational
church next Sunday morning at 11
o'clock. The subject will be “The
Personal Touch.”
Much has been said in years past
of the affinity of religion and
science, yet the closest affinity of
religion, art, is seldom mentioned.
When one catches the Vision of
Jesus, religion becomes an art rath
er than a science. Jesus gave re
ligion the personal touch of the
artist and interpreted God as an
artist, in that he, like the artist
treasured and loved the objects of
his creation. This love for things
created is lacking in the scientest.
His joy is in creating rather than in
the things created. You are in
vited to attend this service and hear
religion discussed as an art.
Unified morning service.
10:30 Worship service.
11:00 Message and Communion.
11:30 Bible study in classes.
7:00 B. Y. P. U. '
8:00 Evening Gospel Service. En
joyable singing. Pastor's theme,
"The Fourth in the Want Ad Ser
ies, “Wanted Martyrs."
7:30 Wednesday evening in the
church—prayer meeting.
We preach “The Bible of the
Christ and the Christ of the Bible."
A hearty welcome awaits you in
this friendly church.
Note change of time of the Sun
day evening services, beginning this
Sunday and continuing through the
summer. '
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MODE!
my. 3. m Minister.
Sunday, April 3. Sunday school at
9:50. The average attendance the
past quarter is much higher than
last year. With a staff of teachers
and officers that are loyal in their
attendance each class is assured of
a competent teacher. New text books
forthequarterwillbeinusefor
the first time and we invite all who
are not attending Sunday school to
visit with us.
Morning Worship at 11 a.m. The
pastor will conduct the service and
the choir will sing special music.
High school league at 6:30 p.m.
The Junior league will also re
sume their meetings.
Sunday evening at 6:30. All jun
ior boys and girls are asked to be
present.
The Fireside Hour at 7:30. It will
be question night. If you have some
problem or question you would like
discussed please let the pastor
know. An interesting and informal
hour that is enjoyed by all who at
tend.
ST. PAUL’S CHURCH
. (Episcoml)
Aveliue A, V‘Veg't of F'ruitland_Ave
Frederick A. Schilling, Phil,
Minister
Sunday, April 3
9:15 Church school, kindergarten
and primary classes, ager 4-8.
10 Morning prayer and sermon.
topic: “The Church’s Place in the
World of Today."
Choir practice, April 1. 8 p.m.
Special Passiontide Services
April 5, 8 p.m.—Evening prayer
and sermon. Topic, “Consecrated
Time.” Lesson, St. John 7:1-9.
(Church of Our Saviour. Pasco)
April 7, 8 p.m., Evening prayer and
sermon. Topic, “Gain Tlu'u Loss."
Lesson, St. John 12:20-26.
(St. Paul’s; Church, Kennewick)
The public is heartily welcome to
these services.
FIRST BAPTIST
RißJVHolden, pastor
Corner First and Wash. 8:.
THE KENNEWICK (WASH) COURIER-REPORTER
Bible school. 10 p.m.
Communion and mom]! a.m.
Subject: “Surety of God's Promise."
The Rainbow Girls will attend in a
.body.
Christian Endeavor. 6:30 p.m.
Choir practice. 7:30 p.m.
Teachers' training class. Wednes
day evening. 7:30.
Ladies' Aid will meet with Mrs.
C. H. Meyer Wednesday at 2 p.m.
with a lesson on temperance.
I’IRS‘I: 3363.181! LUTHERAN
Rev. Carl B. 1... Bucky. Pastor
Second sud Auburn
Sunday school at 11:05. I
Divine services at 10:00.
Theme: “The Annunciation of the
Virgin Mary." i
A one-thirty luncheon will be
given on April 7th by H. C. Dreager
and Mrs. O. Rasmussen. ‘Music will
be provided by Elsie Anderson and‘
Mrs. Lucky. This meeting will be‘
immediately followed by the April
meeting of the Ladies’ Aid (at 3).
Both meetings will be held at the
Dreager home.
Your attention is called, a week
early, to the fact that we will have
no mid-week services in Pasco dur
ing Holy Week, but the Pasco con
gregation will hold a joint service
with the Kennewick congregation
on the evening of Holy Thursday
(April 14th). This will be a service
with the Holy Communion, and will
‘be conducted at the Kennewick
Church on Second and Auburn
;Streets.
3M3!“ _ TW‘Q-
Kennewick Ave. and lons Bt.
Elmer Storm. Pastor
Sunday school, 9:45 a.m.
Jesse Grlmshaw. superintendent.
Morning worship, 11 a.m.
Young people's meeting, 6:30 p.m.
Evangelistic service. 7:30 p.m.
Prayer meeting Wednesday eve
ning, 7:30 p.m.
Come and enjoy these services
with us and you will come again.
Sunday school at 9:45.
. Preaching at 11. "
Evening service, 7:30.
Mid-week services Wednesday eve
ning at 7:30.
Regular meeting: of the Unity
Class will be held each Monday
attunoonatz:mpm.lnthelnn
quetmomotthemcrm'lth
theexeeptionotthetwrth Mon
daylnthemonthwhenthemeeflnz
heafledforso'clock. Annm
estedlnthemovementmcordmly
invitedtoateend.
We wish to express our sincere
thanks to our many friends for
their sympathy and the beautiful
floral offerings during the low of
our beloved husband and father.
Mrs. George Lane
Mr. and Mrs. Ragnar Bohlln
Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Lane
Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Lane
Mr. and Mrs. John Lane
Mr. and Mrs. Glen Lane
NOTICE TO CB-ITORS TO
FILE CLAms
. NO. 1787
In the Superior Court of the state
of Washington in and for Benton
County.
In the matter of the wtate of
Mary V. Rorick, deceased.
Notice is hereby given, That Let
ters of Administration on the es
tate of Mary V. Rorick, deceased,
were granted to the undersigned on
the 22nd day of March. 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 the date of
the first publication of this notice,
to-wit, within six months after the
3lst day of March, 1938, and file the
same with the clerk of this court,
together with proof of such service,
or they shall be forever barred.
Dated at Kennewick, Washington
this 3lst day of March, 1938.
M. M. MOULTON,
Administrator of the estate of
Mary V. Rorick, deceased.
Moulton 8; Powell, Attorneys for
Administrator, Kennewick, Wash
ington. 3:31-4:14
mums
J. Gui-’13.: Til-gm.
'mth Sunday in Lent
ASSEMBLY OF GOD
c. V. Shattuck. pastor
Townsend Hall
MCI-ABB
CARD 0? THANKS
CONSSIONEB
PROCEEDINGS
The Board of County Commis
sioners met at their office March 1.
1938 at 11 a.m.. all members being
present.
Application to lease county owned
land on Blaiock Island was made by
B. E. McGnegor and Herman Rob
erts. Notice of intention to lease
was ordered published and bearing
on said intenton was set for April
4. 1938 at 11 a.m. at the court house
Prosser. Washington.
On motion the board adjourned to
meet March 7. 1938 at 11 a.m.
The Board of County Commis
sioners met at their office March 7.
1938 at 11 a.m.. all members being
pment.
Claims against Benton County
were approved and ordered paid
from the proper funds as follows:
Current Expense Fund. 36888 to
3696, inc.. $4470.27.
Public Assistance Fund. 15 to 47,
inc.. $2117.48.
County Road Fund. 1944 to 2216.
inc. 311321.63.
A delegation of Horse Heaven
residents met with the board to dis
cuss the advisability of organizing
a water district in the vicinity of
the old county well. It was deemed
advisable to call another .meetinz
at a later date after more informa
tion and statistics on the subject
had been collected.
J. T. Griner, State Supervisor of 3
Horticulture. met with the board‘
and advised that due to lack of]
funds it would be advisable to close]
the Horticultural Office in Prosser.‘
Mr. Grlner also stated that the‘
bookkeeping now being done in{
Prosser could be handled in Walla
Walla office without additional 88-;
pense to Benton county if" this was
done, the funds appropriated by
Benton county for the purpose of
maintaining an office could be used
to defray expenses of field men and
inspectors, thus improving the serv
ice to the growers. It was decid
ed that the matter of closing the
Prosser office would be left to the
discretion of the Horticultural De
partment and that if the same serv
ice could be rendered the growers
as in the past, without closing the
office, it would be best to leave the
office in Prosser. It was voted that
if sufficient funds were not found
available to render the best serv
ice to the grower. the Prosser office
would be closed as no emergency
appropriation would be granted for
1938.
Adeedwasexecutedbytheboard
in favor of The State of Washing
ton. Thedeed conveyed certain
county-owned land and was given
iorthepurposeoiaflghtoiway
forroadpurpoees.
Onmotiontheboardadjoumedto
meetMarchls,l93B3tlla.m.
TheßoardoiCmmtyCommission
ers met_at their office March is.
1938 at u a.m., all members being
present.
A petition signed by Guyn.
Travis and others, (or the purpose at
organizing a water district in the
vicinity of county well, was present
edatthistime. Anorderwasen-l
tendangumeanddatetm-heu
mg on this matter, and hearing to
take place April 11. 1938 at 11 afim.
at the courthouse, Prosser. Wash-
Instan-
On motion the board adjourned
tomeetAprulJmullam.
H. E. ‘CHAPMAN, Clerk of the
Board of County Commissioners.
Summons By Publication
No. m 7
IntheSuperlorCmtottheStuc
ofWuMannamltol-Ben
tonColnty.
Geo.D.Petex-s.'rmstee.pmntm,
Ada 1". Alexander and John 'l'.
Alexander, wife and husband; Earl
A.MarksandJaneDoeMamhus
band and wife; Nina Stone and
John Doe Stone, wife and husband;
G. J. Casady and Laura Casadv.
husband and wife: E. H. Smith and
May Imbrie Smith. husband and
wife: The unknown heirs of E. H.
Smith. deceased; G. 0. Black and
Jane Doe Black. husband and wife:
Also all other persons or parties un
known claiming any right. title. es
tate,lienorinterestinthereales-
tate described in the Amended
Complaint hereln. defendants.
State of Washington:
To the said: Ada 1". Alexander
and John 'l‘. Alexander, wire and
husband: Earl A. Marks and Jane
Doe Marks. husband and wife; Nina
Stone and John Doe Stone. Wife and
husband; G. J. Candy and Laura.
Casady, husband and wife: E. H.
Smith and May Imbrie Smith, hus
band and wife; The unknown helm
of E. H. Smith. deceased: G. 0.
Black and Jane Doe Black. husband
and wife: also all other persons or‘
parties unknown claiming any right
title. estate. lien or interest in thel
real estate docrihed in the Amendm
ed Ganplaint herein. defendants. [
You and each of you are hereby
summoned to appear within sixty:
days after the date of the first pubfi
iication of this summons. te-wit.
withinNdaysafterthelothdayof
March. 1938. and defend the above‘
entitled action in the above entitled
court. and answer the complaint of
the plaintiff. and serve a copy of
your answer upon the undersigned
attorneys for plaintiff. at their of
fice below stated: and in case of
your failure so to do. Judsrmnt will
be rendered against you according
to the demand of the Amended
Complaint which has been filed
with the clerk of said court. The
object of this action is to quiet the
title of the plaintiff in the real
property hereinafter described and
excluding the defendants and each
of them from any claim. right. title.
estate. lien or interest in the fol
lowing described real property. to
wit:
not: 1 to 24. both Inclusive, Block
1:
not: 1 to 20. both Inclusive. and
not: 23 md 21. Block 2:
not: 1 to 16. both inclusive. and
Immmfltbothmcludve,nlock
3:
mslmubothincludve,nlock
4:
Lots 1 to 11. both inclusive. and
Intltmdmtllomnbothln
clustve.Bloeks:
multombothmcludve.m
l?to2o,bothlncludve.nndm23
andußlockG:
lotsseoabothlncludve.nlock
7:
ml.2md3,andm7tofi.
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both tncluslve.Blockß;
mlms.bothmcludve.and
Imvmagbothmcluuve.nlock9;
Lots 1 to 12, both Inclusive. and
Mlimummde.thk
10:
not: 1 to 11. both behave. and
mnmummauuve. Block
11: ‘
mate mm Inclusive. m 4
muwubothlncludve.nloch
12:
multoubothmcluslve.mock
13;
Lots 1 to 24. both Inclusive. Block
14;
not: 1 to 12. both inclusive. und
not: 14 to 24. both inclusive. Block
15:
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16; ' ;
Lots!to24.bothincludve,3lockl
17: ;
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Attorneys for mutt. Office and
P. 0. Address. Kennewick. Benton
Cmmty, Washington. 8:10-4:21
Nanceornmonmmu
mammoth-lbw. 3
No. 18“ l
‘ IntheSuperiorCourtortheStete
of Washington in end for Benton
County. ‘
In the matter of the estate of:
WalterSpatnCnntfldeceued. ;
Noticeisherebygiventhntu.u.{
MoulMexccutnu-ottheehoveen
uthdmmhnstiiedhistinnioc-
count and petition for Winn
in the office a! the Clerk of the
above entitled court and thet the
court is asked to settle said final
account. todistributethepmperty
otsaidestotetotheheinorper
sonsentitledtothesameandtodis-
chargetheexecutor.
Banting! account and petition
i'ordistributionwinheheurdbythe
CourtattheOmu'tHouseinPros
sen-.Bentoncounty.Wuhin¢tonon
the 7thdayotAPfll. 1938. at the
houro2loo'clockun.
ILILHOULTON.
W.
Mouton a Powell. Attorneys for
Executor.Kennewick.Wash.3m7
SMOKE BY PUBLICATION
mmsmomaunsm“
“Washingtonian-alarm
County. J
Walter mum and Hon Dem}
Marlin. husband and We. plan-j
“In.“ ‘
Bel-used But Not Read
Barton County. d municipal cor
poratlon; 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 'l‘. Montgomery. husband
and wife. deceased. and all other
persons or parties unknown claim
ing nny 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 of Thomas J. Mont
gomery and Nora 'r. 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.
defendants:
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 Brd day of February. 1938.
and defend the above entitled ac
tton In the above entitled court. and
answer thevamplaint of the plain
tiffandserveacopyofyouran-
our on the undersigned attorneys
‘for plaintiffs. at their office below
stated. and in case of your failure
so to do Judgment will be rendered
‘agsinst you. wording to the de
mand of the camplaint. which has
\been filed with the clerk of said
loom-t. -
} The object of rain action is to
recover judgment against esch and
ian of the defendants named above.
’lncluding 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 8. Town
shipDNorth.Bange2Bl:.W.u..
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
serting any right. title. estate. lien
or interest in and to said real prop
erty. and to recover general equit
able relief.
IfOUL'IDN a POWELL.
Attorneys for Plaintiffs. P. 0.
Address. Kennewick. Benton Coun
ty. Wellington. 8:84;?
SUMONB BY PUBLICATION
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qul-ln‘unhnndtorlenhn
County
Wlmun Bhu- nnd Menus Blair.
hmhund nnd we. pmnnm, VI.
Benton County, n muntclpu cor
poration. Ben Knox. Mum of
Benton County. Washingum. Ed
urdaPa'z-tnlnduloul'afln.
hulbnnd‘ and We; duo on other
panama-mm clum
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taut In the ml estate detained
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Ursa-mer of Benton County. Wuh
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