Newspaper Page Text
“my, mum-y 2, 1939.
.mdxaa Eggs—aperwordperwumﬂo prrepud. ﬁve times tatheﬁrleoottour.‘ f 111111111 l For Sale 111111111 l 30R SALE OR TRADE—2% acra, 4400111 house, outbuildings com pw, shade trees, near highway We. Will sell for cash or will trade for house in town. A. B. Per mette. 48p ’77 m SALE-Westinghouse combi ation fuel and electric stove m 1005 condition: water coils. Call m Melt It 1671. t! (i yon SALE—Matched team. Wt moo; also Shatter seed potatoes mm certified stock. A. J. Thomp m, phone 384. 449 ,r—i Good End Match Drop Siding. $24. much Yards, Inc. 371;: #— roR. SALE—Hay, 1 mile north and 35 mile west of Finley, Joe Kuh. 45p r 7 ’O3 SALE—OiI Heater, practically new. See John Vibber. 4311 c r—i m A MINUTE and save a life. a." your car tested on the Wea ver safety Lane at E. C. Smith Mo tor 00. Mt! m AMERICAN PROIOUCTS co. wont! your live or dead horses ond oom- Our truck will all even m, except Sunday. at Benton City, mud, Pasco and Kennewick. pm 2161. at Grange Supply. Inc” at once during hot weather before 0 on. American Products Company, rm 515“ FOR BALE-No.l hay $9 per ton; corn sl2 per ton. C. R. McKee man, Route 2. 42-3 p m" BARGAINS at Poflatch Yoda. Inc. 871;! ﬁmagm “mus _ron SAL;— m hay. corn. min and other hm produce for sale In season. lee W. G. Muldrow, secy. Bunny- Ide Emotion District. Benton City, W latte you BALE—Good used Wheat .u of different make: at medal when. Durocher's Bargain Store. ”tic. lﬂ-AORE FARM FOR SALE on term. trade or rent. near town, with fruit and plenty water, not much Irrigation. Mules, sheep. hay and tutmzer tor sale. Inquire at this oﬂlee 3m m BALE—My moo-pound capac lb electric power cream separator, I nod as new. Adolph Schaﬂ'ner, Route 1. . 4.3-4 p ma BALE—Best coma-Hots, 01m m «mon, 65-140, phone 2431. - ' 4m m SALE—Pea vine’enmage, de nm Bee 'l'. w. mun. Route a. hunter, Oregon. 4044 p m SALE-Good work horses and used hm manhlnery. Kennewick Implement 00. um: ron BALE—New “Easy" washing mchlne or second-hand “Thor" machine. Phone 32m. We mm. 0950 per ton at _‘hoPothtchYarngnc. 3m mm uonm. UNDERWOODB tor Im. woo per month. 3750 rm- 3 months. Pasco Herald, phone 75, Mo ”“0 FOR Bum-Several good valley workhorse: and harness: mm ” places of used horse equip— get!“ Richmond Bros. Imp. Co. I'o3 SALE Good broke work horses. young and sound. Joe WWW. Umatma. Road. phone mo. We BABY CHICKS—Day 01d and start °¢ m bleeds. custom hatch- Inc. Visitors always welcome. Casey 6‘ 3°33 33W. Pasco. telephone 281. «Me ’O3 SAID—Mm Washington a- Mus seed from carefully se w PM“. Mary Washington as m ’00“. bat quality any amt. It :ttnctive prices. See me before mB. 0. A. Carpenter, phone \ ’O3 SALE City pmperty. small “"71 payment, balance like rent. Inquire this ofﬁce. 4344 p \ m R. I. RED CHlx—Fast mwlng and quick feathering. 300 d layexs and bred from 10 pound pedigree males of high production. Om- White Leghorn me are 811 (mm R.O.P. males and will make Md proﬁtable layers. Light Brah mas for meat and eggs. All chix hatched from latest modem equip ment in our new hatchery. Sunny-‘ “I'6 Hatchery, R. G. Chalcraft, Richland. Wash. 43t! _lf You Need Money GET A Consumers Credit AU T 0 L 0 A N The West’s Largest Auto Loan Company B. B. PLOWMAN, Agt. ¥ 3mm Wm... FOR. SALE—IO acres, known as the old Shiver's place, inasparagus. cherries and alfalfa; small house and barn; good well; electricity available; no incumbranees; part of estate of the late Frank Spor leder. Write John Sporleder, Rt. 1, Prosser. 42-31) BUY__YQUR FABY cm and poults from Twin City Poultry Farm and Hatchery, 1 mile south of Kennewick. .We do not buy hatchery eggs from every Tom, Dick and Harry. Come and see what you buy. All stock is B. W. D. tested. Get our prices before buying else where—lß years’ breeding for health, vigor and egg production. Folder on request. Phone 2467. “pt! FOR SALE OR. TRADE—I 3 acres, 6 acres chem, 5 acres aspara gus, 6-room modern house, good buildings, for modern home or small acreage. Wm. Knight, phone FOR SALE—Six S. C. W Leghorn breeding cockerels, $1 each. Rome Beauty apples, 500 and 800, bung containers. Art Simsen, Kennewlck Highlands. 44c FOR SALE—No. 1 Hey, SB.OO per ton. C. R. McKeeman, South Highlands. 44c FOR SALE—Young horses, 1 mare, 3 yrs. old; 1 gelding, 3 yrs. old; 1 mare 2 yrs. old, all good stuff and gentle. Burke Buchanan, 321 .Ave A. o ‘ DEAR SIR: ‘ . ' V You are invited to our ‘- POWER FARMING ENTERTAINMENT FEBRUARY 4th HIGH SCHOOL 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. AUDITORIUM More Entertaimnent Than Ever Before A Party For You And Your Neighbors FREE MUSIC—by Harvester Wranglers (in person) FREE TALKS—Short and Shorter FREE LUNCH—Free to You and Your Farm Neighbors FREE MOVlES—Commander'Gatti and’the Jungle Yachts A Trip Through Gold Fields of Alaska; also others ' KENNEWICK, Kennewnck , Implement Co. WASHINGTON S’MATTER POP— Or, When He Goes on a Diet MESCAL IKE 39th THE FEATHERHEADS FOR SALE—No. 1 Martha. Wash ington asparagus plants; also No. 2 potatoes. N. L. Ranker, Rt. 2. 49¢ FOR ALL KINDS of custom farm work, such as plowing, disclng. grinding of hay and grain, balms. threeshing grass seeds and combin ing, also have a new grain drill with grass seed attatchment. Leave or ders at house on Highway petween Kennewick and bridge. Ted Klein kneoht. 44-45 p FOR. SALE—Apples, Netted Gem potatoes, 65c and SI.OO. Bruce McLean, first place west of ceme tery. ‘ FOR SALE OR ME Gentle . work horses, 1% miles south of town, Audie Perkins. ‘ 44p FOR. BALE—A good 5-room mod ern home, practically new, on Kennewick Avenue, and a good 10¢ acre tract on Columbia River road, can be bought for $285“ with SI2OO cash and the balance terms 11' de-' sired—for quick sale. If you are looking for either a good home or an investment, investigate this. Ghurchman Investment 00., Inc., Pasco, Wash. ‘ FOR SALE—Selected Mary Wash ington asparagus seed, 45c pound in any quantity, delivered. G. A. Morrison, phone 1741. Address Rt. 2. Kennewick. 44p FOR SALE—Wotan Cobbler seed potatoes, from certiﬁed seed. Harry Axtell, Rt. 2. 45p. m By Oahu-o Guts—p. 7 m max (WASH) comma-mam * l||||||| Miscellaneous 11111111 'ro wnon rr HAY CONCERT: The General Insurance Company or Amerlca hereby gives notice that Automobile policy 0 6000050 has beenlosttromtheagencyofc.E. King, Kennewlck. Wu. and that no liability will be recognized thereun der. Anyone having knowledge of the whereabouts of this policy please notify the General Insurance] Co. of America. Seattle. Wn. 43-5 c BEND BROKEN GLASSES direct toDr.Altredn.Jones,Baßl2ﬂ. Sponmtorqulckrepun. Watch thispaputorhlsnextvﬂtatm newlcknotel. mundane wlck In 1916. Bee him to: better m We TYPEWRITERB New and used. We buy and sell used typewriters and office equipment. The Pasco Herald. phone 75. Pasco. We BATS AND CAPS—mu clesned mdblockedmc:apsclanedzsc. Patterson Dye Works. phone one two-thmPaaeo. m DOST—Black Better, 7 months old; 'gone about two weeks. Finder please notify Roy mun. t 111111111 l Wanted 111111111 l wmm to work on POultxy Farm to take baby chicks for pay. Twin City Poultry Farm. 45;: WANTED—Specialty salesman for nationally advertised article.- must be responsible; give age. experience and references. Address “J” this of fice. «t 1 1111111111 l For Renflllllllllll FOR RENT—Houses. When in need 01' a house. can or see Lane R. Larson, 116 Benton Street, tele phone 491. 40p ’ W W I“; STRAYED—A white ﬁlo-pound cow. If found leave tofu-motion at the Buck's Service Station. " GOOD 234': for 813.”. mum Potlatch Yards. Inc. 375! Kennewick-Pasco Moose Consolidate Under Pasco Name ‘ The Kennewick Lodge No. m 7 Loyal Order of Moose. voted unan imously to join with the Pasco LodgeNo.4963tareoentmeeting. mis movement had been under ad visement for some time and was deemed advisable that an over head expense could be eiiminntedl without inconvmiencing the mem-’ bers of either lodge in their attem‘ dance. This new consolidation will be known as the Pasco-Kennewick Lodge No. 496. The combined mem ‘bership are planning a large pm -Igram of activities including all branches of athletics among the ‘younger members and a community child welfare sponsmmip in har mony with and along similar meth odsusedbymostalloitheother lodges of the Order. They have also made plans for a membership drive and are especially anxious to; interest athletically inclined young men‘who enjoy the atmosphere of clean fraternal fellowship plus the opportunity of enjoying their tav orite athletic sport sponsored by a leadership that will “ically take them places." The Pasco officers will continue their duties in the Order until the first of April when the regular initi ation will take place. How to have the last word with your wife: “Just say “All richhspaheadandmylt.” mm€.whoco-Surswlth Paulette Goddard In W Banal"atﬂlePascoLlberty,Tues. “awed. ‘ F. S. Jacobsen Attomey-At-Law Spechlist in Tax Matters Both State and Federal suite 419. Inna- Inna-g nun... Wanna... Ami-d Notion o! Chin: W loch 10l- Gnu-II School [Election in Sou-l Clo- School Districts in Benton Oouty. Wolhhnon. Notice is hereby given that the m books or all voting pre cincts in second class school dis trict; in Benton County. Washing ton will be closed to original regis tration of voters for the general school elections in said districts. from Mum 16. 1939. that being ‘the lat day of registration. to notch «h. 1939. after which date the books will again be open. HARLEY E. CHAPMAN. 2:24;! County Auditor. Notice 0! Deal and Personal Aloe-menu ' Notice is hereby glven thet the to: rolls. Real and Personal. tor the you- me hove been delivered hate my heads the the collection of taxes mason. on and after the 15th day of Mary. Dated it Pruner, Washington. thle 10th dey of Jemury. Im. ‘ RAY omm. % 139-3:2 County hammer. | Notice is hereby given that the “neutralise! Rivet-lend. Col umbin, Kennewlck, Richlond. Bun nyside Volley. Prouer. Grendvlew. Yakima BentonendPriest Rapids Won W of Benton Gmnty. Washington. for the year 1938. have been delivered to the undersigned 'rreemrer or said dis tricts. Mtellueeementstobe received by said district; are due endpoyohleettheoi’i’ioeoitheun. destined County Treasurer at Hosea. Benton County. Wm. tomonandofterthei'irstuonday in W: (Except the 'roll and Charge portion of such monuments‘ which become peyehle at the office or the district secretary. hymentj echeduleotmch'rollund Charge‘ mybeuoertunedettheotﬂoeoi the reader-y of the district in whichthelenduloceted.)one-heli oi’eochendelloiuido-e-mento ”mummtonaum 1, 1939. unle- leid one-halt is paid onorbetmmyaLim.'rhere meinincone-helforeechendelloi' nideueennenttheoomede thmmm.un- leuuidone-heliilpeidonorbe. mum». Im. Interest“. thenteollowuentperonnum from the dete of delinquency is unwed on ell delinquent one mu. \ Dated at m. wmmmn. Ith!- 10th (by or January. 1939. ' RAY answer. County Mn:- and Ex-oﬂicto m o! the shove named Im won m 1:10-23 Nouoeotluﬂncotﬂmlnooout “mantel-Mutton No. 1”! In the nutter or the estate of mmmm.deoeued. Nomebhmuvenmnoo dwel’mlmaneuver.nusxuasnma-umi ottheohovoonﬂtlodoetete.hum edhlsnnueooo‘mtlndpetitiontor distribution in the office of the our: of the above entitled court andthnttheoourtuuhedtom. thaldﬂnummntodbmhute ss9deme heirs or pet-lone enutlod to the nmemdtodhohu-gethem humor. mmmmm By C. M. PAYNE NW That’s a w [for mutation will be heard by the com a the Court Home in Pro-oer. Benton County. Wuhinmn. on the 9th day of min-um. 1939. at the hour at no o’clock mm. I Theodm Paul Bummer. “mint-mm. 3y Moulton & Powell. HlB At mm I Human a: Powell. Attorneys for Administrator. Kennewtck. Wuh- Incton. Ina-2:2 I- swans mgwnucg'néi In the Bm, 1 _Com— Vi oi‘iiﬁ'éiim at Washington In and for Benton County R. c. Bremrner. plaintifl. vs. SARAH ARCHER and JOHN DOE ARCHER. wife and husband. the unknown heirs of Sarah Arch er. deceased: also all other per sons or parties unknown claiming any right. title. estate. lien. or in terest in the real estate described in “the complaint herein. defend an . , State of Washington: To the said Sarah Archer and John Doe Archer, wife and hueband. the unknown heirs of Sarah Archer. deceased: also all other persons or parties unknown claiming any right title. estate. lien. or interest in the real estate described in the corn plaint herein. defendants. You and each of you are hereby summoned to appear within to days after the date of the ﬁrst publi cation of this summons. to-wit: Iwithin eo daya after the 22nd day of lDeoanber. 1088. and defend the above entitled action in the above entitled court and answer the Com plalnt of the plaintiff and aerve a copy of your answer upon the un dersigned attorneys at their office mm“... “*2: Wm“. we so u rendered against you to the demand of the comm has been filed with the clerk of said count. That the object oi the action herein is to quiet title of the plaintiffs against any and all m or the defendants '3‘ and to W W M- s6.Bmumo m odphtthorootontueandotm- ordintheotﬂooot the County AuditorolßentonOounw.Wuh. Attorney-t magma.“ or EQMMWO‘III m wan-2:: Business and Professional DIRECTORY BENTON COUN'H Abstract & Title Co. mon-Jan magnum DR. 0. BRUNN ' 0’00”. mum» one. u m I. An. A mom was DR. 11. J. CAPELI mm 3 Cum one. n ma BUILDING on. In 4301:... no on C. L. HOLCOMB Lawyer IOTA" PUBLIC m All. um mm“. PIANO TUNING w. 9. mm. m m lira-aw I'll-3mm. mum mam. Outta-mm Wm - munoum IMMIIIIIIVIOI "Elm—tn: lion.“ Paco . WWII. R. L. LUNDY Chiropractor Maul—animus" gun-mm a. ..c, DR. JOHN L. WILSON ~ Portland, Oregon ! Sanipnctor, VII 50 In W It low M Wed-shy. mm, all My at and: wash. Moulton & Powel! LAW OFFICE 01110- m am am a, MUELLER FUNERAL DIRECTORS umm lORﬂCIANB LADY ATTENDANT cum ACOOIIODATIONS 111- an -- Ill! DRAEWEGNE Dunn nun-mm... ome-mam u 7