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II 3‘“ the agency for the GMC
fl 0! W Everything for
“I We end price. Come in
“fin!“ mmerclal mnspor‘
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" I"! ma washing machines
d W sewing machines;
flI“ M “unports, 800 d used
‘ id furniture. including re-
Ind stoves. Durocher’s
”a. 3mg, Kennewick. phone
”will st!
7—l
fl “Lg—Used ice box. L. H.
HIM“ Plumbing Shop. 9tfc
7—?
” ”Westinghouse combi
“n fuel and electric stove 1n
#Wm water 00118. Call
m Welt at 1671. $1
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103 SALE _. McCormick-Deering
W in first. class condition, 2
3' genes; about .enoush 800 d
I!!! m to fence an acre; also
I um mime: bring cherries. Mrs.
G J, OW. River Road. 159
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'O3 SALE—Royal Ann Cherries—
me 1733. C. F. Winkenwerder,
and!!! Tracts. 11p
103 SALE—I dining room table
ma 4 asks; 1 kitchen cabinet,
W; 1 75-11). capacity ice box.
an 591 W. F. Altrogge. nu
Mom SALE—Low prices
we 30 HP Diesel ._.“.31750
we 30 HP 688 "mm---“ 1450
am E-62, 24 HP Gas --_ 1050
one wheatland plow, 6 ft. 175
Terms
VALIIY IRON WORKS, Yakima
comer Front 83 Chestnut
you BALE-Winter Nelis pears,
ml cheap, Delicious. Try ’em at
Mars in storage. Francis Zamdt.
30083 FOR RENT—Close In—‘-
Ivnllihle on July “11.38.00 per
mm. Lane K. Larson. 11p
yon BALE Two-wheel trailer,
get-up body, good tires. Inquire
u A. A. Anderson Chevrolet 00.,
um Day. 11p
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m BALE—Pie cherries, 2c per lb.
Pick them yqurseu. Nels Coult in
cm Tracts. 11p
.T‘Wa’ited :111111111l
1!! AMERICAN PRODUCTS CO.
m your live or dead horses
Neon. Our truck will cell every
.1, except Sunday. at Benton City,
Mind. Paco and Kennewlck.
line 2161, at Grange Supply, Inc..
ll «Ice during hot weather before
In. American Products Company,
mm. sue
Yam—Fresh cow, Jersey, or
Gunny or cross. Conrad Nelson,
In 175 Connell, Wash. 11p
.11l For Rent‘llllllllllll
ma. RENT Nicely furnished
mun, modern conveniences with
a without board~ 504 Kennewick
Am. phone 612. st:
MEET—Furnished house, three
m and bath, 116 Third Ava,
’- E. Lincoln. 9t!
“Live Stockllllllllllll
M SALE—Harm and cows. Ken
mlek Implement Co. at:
was
5 um
Noam plums iron SALE
“ by. com, mm and other
:Pwflgusfimtro sale In season.
- - w. secy. Bunny
“ Ins-tion District, Benton City.
W latte
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M ELI-Haney Spring triers, 20c
In Ind 28c per pound dressed;
rm “"6- Phone 32x3. Bernard
5"“ 8-12 c
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- Miscellaneous 11111111
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"ID 330 m GLASSES direct
'0 Dr. Aihea 2. Jones, Box 1216.
“no ‘G', quick repute. Watch
“Intermenut visit at Ken
“ Hotel. First visited Kenne
“hmo. See him roi- better
“‘- ”tic
“I'3 AND CAPS—nets cleaned
“W 60c: caps cleaned 25c.
Mm Die Works. phone one
"WIM. Pasco. sat:
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mflz m EXAMINATIONS
D“, My Wednesday
R, GARD’S Eye Service
h: Appointment Phone 66
Bldg. Pasco, Wash.
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13m A DOG? Nice, young friend
“wt: Wants a home. Too good a
‘ dog neatrOY—aind we don't want
w 'Hm call get’s thepup. Ed
ehbut. phone 1572. 11p
' If Excess Acid causes I
. {Jermaine of Stomach
, cert, Indigestion,
m'hiflunbum. Belching.
Nd I“ I free sample of UDGA
‘ ”“3 inure-tine booklet at
"3GB: DRUG s'ronn
DON’T COME to the Highlands
clubhouse Tuesday evening, June
21, to hear Gene Coy and his 11
Black Aces unless you want to en-
Joy the dance band sensation of the
year. 11c
STAMP INK—Pads and lamps for
sale at this office. A line nual-t.-
ment carried in stock. Kennewick
Printing Co.
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“m
1937 Chevrolet Pickup—Motor and
body appear and opentes like
new. Pick-up box has panel body
built on, which is removable. This
is one of the best used pick-ups we
have ever had. With an OK that
counts.
Ah
1/ mm A
“‘éfllfl‘i’” '
1935 Ford v-s 4-door Sedan—This
carhashadgoodcareandisin‘
good condition. We offer this car
with an OK.
1936 Chevrolet De Luxe Coupo—
Motor in good condition, uphol
stery spotless mohaieree action,
allsteeltnnettopandhuanox
guarantee.
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""‘*“‘-‘lu:-'—CARS"“
1934 Chevrolet 11/z-ton, long wheel
base, dual tire truck—new rings,
motor checked throughout. Good
rubber, has {lat rack, painted blue.
This truck has an OK that Counts.
19_35 Clgevmlgt 11/z-ton long wheel-
base dual the truck—motor is first
class running condition, tires, 700:
20, new cushions and upholstery.
With an OK that counts. _‘
We have seven! other can and
trucks we are olfeflng, which carry
the 0K Guaranteeaswelluanlee
assortment of lower priced used can
and trucks. 7
A. A. ANDERSON
CHEVROLET CO.
KENNEWICK
S’MATTER POP— Listen, Uncle Sam!
THE FEATHERHEADS “91.3511":
MESCAL IKE I, s. I. nun-n."
EXCELLENT INVESTMERT and
income property. Sixty room hotel,
fine lobby. four atom. garage.
steady proven buslnm. Books 'show
property will pay for itself and give
owner excellent income. Land.
ulldlng, furnishings. $7500 down;
full price. $32,500. Write P. L. Bar
'qlon, Realtor. 2644 Park Drive, Bell
lngham, Wash. 11c
NOTICE OF SALE OF COUNTY
PROPERTY
State of Washington, County of
Benton. ss.
Notice is hereby given, that in ac
cordance with an order heretofore
entered on the 7th day of June, 1938,
by the Board of County Commis
sioners of said county, directing the
sale of the real property hereinafter
described, acquired by said county
for delinquent taxes under tax fore
closure suit and sale, I, the under
signed County Treasurer of said
County, will, on the 9th day of July,
1938,‘ commencing at the hour of
10 o’clock am., and continuing until
the hour of 4 o'clock pm. of said
day, unless the property hereinafter
described shall sooner be sold, at
the front door of 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, situa
ted in said County, and described as
follows, to-wit:
Lots 1. 2 and 3, Block 2, Brow-17's.
Second Addition to Prosser, $30.00;
Northwest quarter; and the South
east quarter, in Section 26, Town
ship 13 North, Range 24 E. W. M.,
$320.00; South-halt of the South
half of Section 12, Township 5
North, Range 26 E. W. M., $160.00;
East-half or the Southeast quar
ter of the Northwest quarter, West
of canal; Lot 4, West of canal;
Northeast quarter of the North-i
east quarter of the Southwest
quarter: North-half of Lot 7, West
of canal; Lot 9, all in Section 23,
Township 10 North, Range 27 E. W.’
M.; Lot 5; Lot 4; all in Section 25.
Township 10 North, Range 27 E. W.
M., $95.00: South-half of the North-I
west quarter, South of the N. P.l
trw., except the East 5 acres of the‘
South-half of the Southeast quar
ter of the Northwest quarter, South
of N. P. rtw, in Section 34, Town
ship 9 North, Range 29 E. W. M.,
[572.00; Northeast quarter, in Sec
‘tion 10, Township 7 North, Range
30 E.».W. My $160.00; Hen House and
ham on the West-half of the North
east quarter of the Southeast quart
er, in Section 16, Township 13
North, Range 27 E. W. M., $30.00.
The above property shall not be
sold for less than the amount set
forth as “Minimum Sale. Price"
shown opposite each description 01‘
property. If sold for cash, a Treas
urer’s Deed will be executed. If
1m max (wan) comma-Emmi
sold on contract, the terms thereof
shall be 20 percent cash and balance
in ten equal annual installments
commencing Nov. Ist next. with in
terest at six percent on deferred
payments, payable annually. All sub
isequent taxes and easements must
Ibe paid prior to delinquency. Fail
.ure to make payments or to perform
any of the covenants of the con
tract iorieits same at the election of
the vendor. This contract may be
paid in full at any time, plm ac
crued interest in which case a
Treasurer’s Deed will be Executed.
And Notice is hereby further
given, that it necessary I Will ad
join 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
oriessmustbepfldforincashat
the time of sale.
Dated at Presser. Washington,
this 14th day_ of June. 1938.
- BEN KNOX.
County Treasurer of Benton
Benton County. 6:16-30
NOTICE To CREDITORS TO FILE
. CLAIMS
~ NO. 1802
In the Superior Court of the State
of Washington, in and for Benton
County.
In the matter of the estate of
Susan Louisa Saltgaver. deceased.
Notice is hereby given that Let
ters of Administration on the es
tate of Susan Louisa Saltgaver, de
ceased, were granted to the under
signed on the 9th day of June, 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 8:.
Powell, Kennewick, Washington.
within six months after the date of
the first publication of this notice,
to-wit, within six months after the
16th day of June, 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 16th day of June 1938.
THEODORE PAUL SALTGAVER,
‘ Administrator.
1 By Moulton & Powell, his attor
neys. 6:16-30
NOTICE or INTENTION To sum.
COUNTY PROPERTY
Whereas the following described
real property to wit:
AllthatpartoftheEasthalfof
the East half of the Northwest quar
ter of the Southeast quarter of Sec
tion 6, Township 8 North, Range
30 E. W. M., lying North of lateral
No. 2 of the Northern Pacific Irri
gation Company canal and the
South line of the right of way of‘
the North Coast Railway Company
as now located. The East line of
said tract being about 241 feet and
the West line about 323 feet. Said
tract containing. 2.59 acres, more or
1&3; \
Also a strip of land sixty seven
feet wide on all that part or the
EastsideoftheWesthaltotthe
East half of the Northwest quarter
of’the Southeast quarter of Seétion
6, Township 8 North, Range 30 E.
I: 2‘: Z 2 u'om-rlcfit. y
W.M..lyln¢Bouthoitheo.w.3.
&N.rlghtofwaynndflm'thotthe
Columbia Irrigation District later
alNo.2caml. Thissixtyfeet
widthstripheingnboutmtectiong
North and South and containing
about one-haliacremoreoriess.
was heretotone acquired by Ben
ton county and It appearing to the
Board of County Commuslomn of
saldcmmtythatltistorthebest
interests of sold county to sell the
real property heminbetore duct-ib
ed:
Now. therefore. notice is hereby
given that the Board of County
Commissioners will meet Friday.
July 15th, 1938 at the hour of 2 o‘-‘
clock pm.. at their office in the
Courthouse in Prosser. Washington
to hear and determine the advisa
bility of selling the above described
property. at which meeting any tax
payer may appear and be heard for
or against the advisability of selling
the property described above.
H. E. CHAPMAN.
County Clerk and Clerk of the
Board of County Commissioners.
6:18. 23. 304:?
NOTICE or SHERIFF'S SALE
01" REAL ESTATE
Cause No. 8523
Inthe SuperlorCourtoftheState
of Washington. for Benton County.
M. 1". O'Brien. plaintiff. vs.
Geo. Brown. et ux. and Barry L.
Parmentier. et ux. defendants.
Under and by virtue of Execution
Under Foreclosure issued out of
and under the seal of the above en
titled Court. holding terms at Pros
ser. in and for said county. on the
19th day of May, A. D., 1938. upon
a judgment rendered in sald Court
on the 19th _day of May. A. D., 1938.
in favor of M. F. O’Brien and
againstGeo.Brown,etux.nndHar
ry L. Parmentier. et ux, for the sum
of $300.00 Dollars. together with at
torney's fees, interest. costs and in
creased eosts, and to me directed
and delivered. commanding me to
sell the following described proper
ty situate. lying and being in Ben
ton County. State of Washington. or
so much thereof as may be necmary
to satisfy said Judgment. attorney’s
fees. interest. costs and fuel-eased
costs. to-wit:
Tract 89. White Buffs City
and Orchard Tracts. ueeordms
’to the record plat thereof, In
cudlng the appurtenanee of one
motor and pump.
Now, therexore. notice is haehy
given. that on Saturday. the 25th
day of June, A. D., 1938. at 10 o'clock
in the forenoon of said day. I will
sell the above described property.
orsomuchthereotasmaybenec
essary to satisfy said ”Gallant. at
torney's fees. interest, costs and in
creased costs. in all ammmtins to
the sum of $459.63 Dollars. together
with accruing interest and cost of
sale.
Baldnlewillmkeplaceatthe
trontdoorotthecmrtnmseu
ProsechnsaidCountyandsuee.
and will be at Public Auction. for
cashmhan¢wthehismand
b'estbldder.
Dated at Prmer. Washington.
thlslsthdnyotmy.A.D..lm
'- A. u. RICHTER. Shel-m.
5:26-6:16 By Bert Strum. Deputy
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SMONS NI PUBLICATION
In the Superla- Oou-t of the state
0! Washington In and [or Ilen
gon County.
Bertha Buns. plaintiff, vs. .
wall-m J. Mel. defendant
State of Washington: to the stud
William J. Bum. defendant:
You are hereby summoned to ap
pear within sixty days sfter the
doie of the first publication of this
Summons. to-wit: within sixty days
miter the 9th day of June 1938. and
3defend the above entitled ection in
the shove entitled court. and ans
wer the Complaint of the Plaintiff.
and serve n copy of your answer
upon the undenigned attorneys
for plointiff, ot their office below
stoicd: and in one of your failure
so to do. judgment will be rendered
against you according to the dew
mood of the Complaint. which hosi
been filed with the Clerk of said‘
Court. The object of this notion is‘
ionecuneodivorceoithel’lsintiff
fromtheDefendnnt. 1
MOUL'I‘ON & POWELL.
Attorneys for mutt
Office and P. 0. Adams, Kenne
wick, Benton Cmmty. Wan. 6:94:21
summons BY PUBLICATION
IN the Sula-lu- Court 0! the sate
of Wnlhlnzton tn nnd tor Benton
County.
Walter Marlin and Flora Belle
Marlin, husband and We, plain
tlfts. vs.
Benton County. a munlelpu cor
porntlon: Ben Knox. Treasurer of
Benton County; Sunnyude Ima
tlon Dlstrlct. a publlc Won:
the unknown heirs and unknown
devlsees of Thomas J. Montgomery
and Nora 'r. Montgomery. husband
and wife. deceased. Ind 111 other
persons .or pan-tle; unknown clum-
Ing any right. tltle. estate. llen or
Interest In the reel astute deocthed
In the 00:11th herein. defendants
The State or Weshlngton:
To the unknown heirs and un
known devises of Thomas J. Mont
gomery and Nora 'l'. Montgomery.
husbandnndwungmdw
other persons or parties unknown.
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ammmthenuesutcdewflb
ed in the «mm-Int bean. de
fendant: '
Ymerehemebyammonedtoep—
pear within sixty days alter the
detect the first publleetlonofthu
ammw-wlnwlthlnuxtydaye
afterthemthdeyolmy.l93B.
and defend the ehove entitled ae
tlonlntheeboveentltledcwrtmnd
answertheeomphlntoftheplem
windmeecopyotyouren-
monthenndenlcnedetwmeye
for plaintme. et their otttee below
statedandlneuedyouruuure
sotodojudzmentwulhemendered
against you, according!» the de
mandortheoompllmt.whlchhu
been filed with the clerk of aid
court.
'me object of sold action is to
reoova-judgmentocunsteochond
anotthedeiendnntomedobove,
including you to whom thiamin
mons is directed. quieflns title to
the following duu'ibed ml prop
erty Jo-wit: ‘
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westquutaotsecuona'rown-
shipONoxmnmeao.E.wn.
BentonCmmty,Washln¢ton. ‘
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clear ofanyandanrmhntnh.
www.mnormtelutinmdnu
By C. M. PAYNE.
Beautiful New Kitchen or
Dinette Set with the First
110 Refrigerators Sold Be
‘tween June 15th to 20th
None can compare with
the Shelvadore for con
venience and economy.
See one of our many users
before you buy. It will help
you decide and will save
you money.
Egon},
My chimed or ma by
each and .11 of the names her-do.
an! («ever hut-nus such and an of
the ddendmu from hummer u
ses-ting my right. title. acute. nan
aluminwdtomdrealprop
eny, Ind to recover genera equit
tble relief.
HOUL'ION dz POWELL.
Attorneys for math. P. O.
Man-s. Kennewlck. Benton County.
Wuhlncton. 5:10-15 :23
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