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mans—om 2 years old, mil;
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‘.’“. one saddle horse and
a?“ colt. 4% mue. down
rad. Matt Millak. 17p
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POST
IITELLIGEIOER'S
Pltific Northwest
~ Progress and
GOLDEN
JIIBILEE
EDITION
WT JIILY 23
USED CAR BARGAINS
1937 Chev. 1§ ton pick-up T
1937 Chev 11,; ton truck ‘ 3
1938 Chev. % ton pickqlp ‘
1938 Ford Tudor ' Y
1937 Ford Tudor
1936 Dodge coupe
1936 Stildebaker sedan ‘
1937 Studebaker. pick-up
1937 Plymouth sedan
Kennewick Auto Co.
SALES - Phone no sumo!
REMINGTON Portable typewriters
soldoneasypayments,aslowas
10c per day. We carry several mod
els in stock. Come in see them.
“tuber-Gifford Drug 00., Kenne
wick. lst.:
BARGAINS AT THE POI‘LATGH
Emma-inch flooring for room
10312 only $4.90. ' See the many
other bushings“: the Pothtch Yards
Phone 241. Giveusarlngand we'll
’give you an estimate.
RQD¥OB_— 35.99601, while they
last. Some “these (8 only) ra
dios sold new as high as $150.00
Your choice for five bucks. c. H.
Yediea. Motor 00. 15c
m momma MO
—wln cam-lace, terms, Wm. Gray.
Box 75. Spokane, Wash. 179
mos non SALE—While my
hatstß3s.s4s3ndsßs.Duroch
«swam
CANNING mom's—sl.oo per
box; seed potatoes 81.25 per 100
pounds. Nick's VFmi-t Stand, Colum
bia Mm. MAS-lac
JUMBO HOUSE PAINT (in s's)
when you buy your point here, at
$1.84 per gallon. Pothwh Yards,
Inc. Mt!
FOR SALE—Three high Producing
Holstein cows. Fresh soon. Also
one work horse. R. L. Grass, South
Highlands. ~ - 15 p
USED DAVENPORTS and chairs.
like new, $35.00 New and used
electric refrigerators, best makes,
$40.00 and up. Everything in furni
ture. Prices you can afford. Dur
ocher’s Bargain Store, Kennewick,
Wash. 15.10::
EXPERT priming and developing.
Developing free, prints 4c. En
largement Free. Quick Service.
Vibber-Gmord Dru: Co. 15$!
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glasses. mic
IFYOUnnt-tobulldahomeon
long time, easy monthly paymenu
(Just like rent) a will my you to
getlntouchwlthul. Weanhelp
you with the mm, with the
plans for your dream homo and
with its mu construction. We
wlnbeg-lodtodlmltwothyou
at yon: convm cm an. Walt
Hamrw.mwh um.
m 13"
MESCAL IKE s ”sum!
S’MATTER POP— Now, Your (Fontestant, Pop!
IT'S NO SIN to have Bed Bugs,
but why keep them? Use Geno!
Bed Bug Killer. Sold at Vihber-
Gmord Drug Co. 151:!
mm. m mandi— Oné-
fourth off on all Seiberling Tues,
includes 12 mo. guarantee against
all road hazards. C. H. Yedlca
Motor 00. mm
Meat Cookery Subject
Discussed at Meeting
WESTERN HORSE HEAVEN—
The 3-H Economics club met last
Wednesday at the home of Mrs.
Rodney Travis. Roll call topic was
current events and the project
leader, Mrs. Bush Bell, led the dis
ousion on meat cookery. Reports
were given by Mrs. Rodney Travis,
Mrs. Frank Green and Mrs. Bush
Bell on Faces First, an article writ
ten by one of Hollywood's leading
tashion artists, Food Fallacies, and
Meat Grades, an article discussing
how to distinguish the best grades
or meat, prime, choice. good. etc.
The August 20th meeting will be
the annual family picnic at the
Fraser park with each membervin
viting a guest. The September
meetingwlllbeheldSeptembei-Oat
the home of Mrs. W. 0. Travis.
Mr. and Mrs. Welter Prey are
entertaining as a house guest this
week, Miss Martha Prey, a date:
Shekem-outetothenewaflenls
landefrommuo.
Raymond Snodnaaa or Prosser.
the little son of Mrs. Cheater An
derson, was operated on for ap
pendicitis last Sunday at the Pasco
hospital. He is recovering nicely and
planned to go home Saturday.
Mrs. Ada Tyacke, Hrs. Guy
Travis accompanied by Mrs. Inta
patrick of Pasco. spent Friday aft
ernoon at Sacajawea Park.
111-.andmnonsldnansanmd
Mr. Hanson st. of Benton City
spenthstWedneuhyevenmgwlth
thgnughßells.
Min Louise Morgan was a house
guest of Mildred Anderson for sev
eral days recently.
Mk; Ruth Combs of Coulee City,
who is spending the summer in
Prosser, was a. guest (or the past
week of Dorothy Boyd.
W. 0. Travis was a business visit
or in Kennewick‘lmday.
Mr. and Mrs. Chester Anderson
were business visitors in Pendleton
Monday and Tuaeday or last week.
01191115 and Lape of the Kenne
wick Implement 00., delivered In
ternational combines to Cheeta-
Henson and Math Swanson last
week. .
The Finnish people hue demon
strated their ability to run the?
own affairs commendebly in sev
eral different ways. Besides being
highly respected by all Americans
as the one nation whim is con
[acienuously repaying its war debt
:to the U. 8., it B conducting its
lown chairs quietly and well. It is
interesting to learn that the im
portance of milk u appreciated by
the Finns and that a qmrt of milk
per person is the daily ration. Per
haps some of our own problems
could be solved in such a simple
way. -
WARRANT CALL
All Current Expense warrants, to
and including Warrant No. 8525. 7
All City Street Warrants, to and
including Warrant No. 421. Are
_ealled for payment and interest on
the me will cease July 13th, 1939.
H. E. HUNTINGTON,
15c City Treasurer.
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1 At the Churches
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Church school at 10:00 a.m.
Punching It Finley every Bun
day at 11:00 a.m. on alternate Bun
days at Hover at 11:00 em, 7
Come ahd'heu' the Gospel of xe
deemlnz love, and the great hymns
of the church. Absent ment
will not “an.
FIRST ENGLISH uranium
Rev. Carl R. L. Lucky. mm
Sixth Sunday After Trinity
Sunday School at 10:15 a.m.
Divine Services at 11:15 a.m.
The Ladies Aid will meet on
July 20th. entertained by Mrs. Emil
Albrecht jr.. and Mrs. Prank Wright.
Apaper will he read by Miss Doro
thy Gm.
Please note that Sunday School
continues regularly during the sum
mer months. Come. and come also
to our woman at 11:15 a.m.
ASSEMBLY 0!“ GO!) cum
Pastor. c; V. Met
Sunday School 10:00 a.m.
Preaching 11:00 a.m. Subject:
“Anchored "rill Daybreak.”
Wednesday evening Bible study
and Testimony service 7:30 p.m.
museum
B.me
Church School at 9:30 a.m. Mrs.
Whitwer, mutant.
There will be no church service
this following Sunday. The Con
munion Berylee will be observed a
week from Sunday, July 2311! et
10:10 a.m.
manna-omm
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The Church school meets at 10:15
a.m., Mrs. Wheeler. superintendent.
Mrs. Leander, primary annex-Inten
dent.
Themwmmnochurchaeruce
Stmday.!'l'he communion service
winbeohservedaweekfromslm
day at 11:20 a.m., July 23, 1939.
MODE?
Robert L. Watt, mister
The Church School 10:00 a.m.
A pleasant hour of thought and
study for all our scholars.
Morning Wrochip, 11:00 a.m. Ber
mon: “Christ's Ploughmen.”
Wearegmdtowelcomeallwho
desiretowm-ahlpwlthus.
mar ms!- cannon
noun: 3». Holden. m
10:30 am Unified morning service
with Worship, Message by the pas
tormdßibleStm-y mcmuom
his message. “Caleb's Faith.” Fourth
‘lntheJoahu‘aseries. 'rherewillhe
a Scripturegmph illustration for the
children. " ,
8:00 p.m. Evening gospel service
in the cool church basement 1: the
weather is warm.‘ Subject: “Ten
Reasons for Loving ms Appearing.”
Is it truly the Blessed Hope?
Tuesday evening servloei at Wal
lula. church.
Wednesday evening at 7:30 p.m.
mid-week service with study of no
man fourteen.
‘ This many, July 14th, the an
church picnci in Keewaydln park.
Games at 5:30. supper at 6:30. Bring
food and table service. Ice cream.
etc., will be furnished. All our
constituency are invited.
Christ is 811. Welcome to our
services. arm: your Bible.
Time «and is existence: used is
life. —Youn¢
menus
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11. c. Knuth. m
Sunday School at 10:00 on.
Divine Sex-vim at 11:00 a.m.
Vota-s' meeting gt 2:30 pm.
You are We.
mormnm
Charles W. Croft. W
Sunday School at 10:00 mm. Billy
mus, mpeflntament.
Morning Worship 11:00 a.m.
Young people's meeting tad jun
iors. 7:15 p.m.
Evening Service 8:00 p.m.
Mid-week prayer meeting. Wed
neiday evening 3:00 p.m.
The daily vacation Bible School
each morning at 9 o'clock got off
toasoodstartthlsweekunderdl—
mcflonotniasuyrtleboyleulnd
childmtromanoverthecommun
ityhavebeenlnviwdtocmdnext
weekawn.
Idaho People Visit ‘
With Hover Relatives
HOVER—Mr. and Mrs. Everett
Taylor. Mr. Mark Taylor and ms:
‘Patrleia Chaney of White Bird.
Idahocnme'hlesdaymvlsitume
111. N. Hampton home. Mn. N-
Llor and Mrs. mm are Bmm
Mr.andnrs.n.N.Hamptonmd
son Bobby were dinner am a
the Reverend G. W. Male: home
mßenwnCiwmmy.
Mr.andnrs.Bhonymcuonnnd
family called at the Cu! m
homeslmday.
Mr. and Mrs. Messenger and
familyotl'hlevateduthen
ummhome'l'hundum.
unaudeAßJtclntyum
Walla. Walla visitors Sunday.
Quiteanumbexotymmmm
the community are having the
measles.
ifiomrdxellogg. whohubeen
;vislungatthen.B.nu¢heshomc
idnoeachmlmmnwmhls
{homemSpokanePridQL
nix-.andeßet-txmblemd
funnyandhb bmther Rodney
KimblevldtedgttheJ.E.ooch
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Mr. and Mrs. 1". 11m and
Aliceweredmnermutheno
hmfiomeinlflchhndfimday.
Mr. and lin. In 011 mm; and
family of Kennewick we dinner
guests our-Mr. and Mrs. Anon Gfl-‘
more Sunday.
Beth Montague left M for
nedtord, Omgon to visit his unad
{ather, 8. Smith.
Miss Frey Takes Trip
to Hawaiian Islands
m HORSE HEAVEN—
mmm.wohubeen
visitingforsometimeatthehome
(if her brother. Walter. left Friday
evemngmmsumehcrtriptothe
Hawaiian Islands. where she will
visuanotherbmmer.fiabat
mldmdAndenonlsasflsunglx-r
aunt.” D. L. Henna: thrown
fluharmtseason.
m.,and Mrs. Edward 'l‘yaeke.
Mn. any Travis. Maine um Ed
wardu'ryacke jr. .and Alvin Ben
spent Friday titer-noon at- the Paco
park, the occasion mummy}:
thirteenth birthday nnnivetary.
Enroute home they visited In.
Rob'ert Jenkins in Kionn.
Mr .and Mr). Nels mm and
Harry Bulky W with
friends in Kennewick list M.
Mr. and Mrs. Pned But-khan of El
lensburg were also present.
Mr. and Mrs. will»: Anderson
and “Porky" Smith moved last week
to the Chris Swanson house.
Hermanßobertssoldsevenlheed
of cattle last week to the Ems
Bantam.
Geueßenspentsevex-uduslut
week with Wand Eerie)!”
Moran.
Nelsßmthart.Hal-rymdley.llr.
and Mrs. Charles 'ryacke, Verne
Borden, Hrs. Catherine M
mmumcemm.
maul-s. Rodney mmandnn
and Demand Gable wen many
visitors at the Gm mm home.
C.-R. WEEKLY
SCRAPBOOK
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pound of County W of
Benton County have flied with the
[Auditor of and county. o fun and
complete m to which ope
‘cific netemnce 1: heuby mode. of
on county persons! property. that
‘in said Inventory the total volun
‘uonot county owned peroonolpmp—
ierty is given a follow:
Rand District No. 1 .._...31085500
Road District No. 2 ”1.1015000
Rood Dion-1a No. 3 ....., 10,705.00
‘ Current Expense W, ”M 25.99.95
mum I.2aa._ 0,050.00
’ TOTAL ..-....---.. “329.05
Further notice a given that odd
Inventories use on file and open to
public inspection ot the County
Auditor's office at the Courthouoe
in Pruner. WW
3. I. W.
7.18 Benton County Auditor
NOTICE OF SPECIAL ELECTION
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7- 14 0M July 1. 1040
10- 24 10.000 July 1. 1047
00- 00 11.000 July 1. 1040
00- 47 12000 July 1. 1040
40- 00 10000 July 1. 1000
Q- 72 . 1000 July 1. 1001
70- 00 14.000 July 1. 1000
07-100 14.000 July 1. 1000
101-110 10M July 1. 1004
110-100 10.000 July 1. 1000
101-140 mm July 1. 1000
147-100 mm July 1. 1007
100-170 10.000 July 1. 1000
1170-104 10” Jul! 1. 1000
100-010 10.” July 1. 10”
011-000 10.000 July 1. 1001
007-000 «no M I. 1000
040-000 mm July 1. 1000
000-274 10.000 July 1. 1004
270-000 mm July 1. 1000
21-000 10” July 1. 1000
007-001 um July 1. 1007
000-000 10.0” July 1. was
007-001 10” July 1. 106
000-0“ 10.000 July 1. 1070
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