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main Stote,Kel_l_newick. 1148;
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£lls. Several models in stock.
mum: phn. Vibber-Gitford Drug
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all 3 to 15 months: milk cows;
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Ilmrllng colt. 41,9 miles down
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':’: YOUR SOIL. whether you
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his - results. gladly given.
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hqmy What Your soil now lacks.
‘3‘ng information. call or
umkrack. 313 Willow St., Wal
{ Wash. 17c
USED CAR BARGAINS
1937 Chev. 1;, ton pick-up
1937 Chev 1% ton truck _
1938 Chev. 1% ton pick-up
1938 Ford Tudor
1937 Ford Tudor
1936 Dodge coupe
SHE'I'LAND PONY, bridle and sad
dle, win he on our Used Car Lot
Friday and Saturday.
Kennewick Auto Co.
SALES Phone 100 SERVICE
REMINGTON Portable typewriters
sold on easy payments, as low as
10c per day. We carry several mod
elsoin stock. Come in see them.
Vibber-Giflord Drug 00., Kenne
wick. 15w
SMALL SIZED MODERN ’PIANo
—wm sacrifice, terms, Wm. Gray,
Box 75, Spokane. Wash. 179
FOR SALE New Hawaiian Steel
Gui-tar, will sell tor SIO.OO, cost
SIB.OO Mrs. W. s. GxGeen, Phone
3243. 16-17 c
FIVE-ROOM House, well located,
$700.00.
LARGE HOUSE FOR RENT—Ex
pecially adapted for rooming
house.
Building Lots.
GAwOIG‘NE 62. m
Phone 1231 17c
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WIANTED—A man to work on ranch
who can milk. J. E. Sprague, Rt.
1, Kennewick. 17c
WANTED—Housekeeper, amen} 35
years of age. Inquire at this
Office. 17c
WIANTED—Used spring-tooth and
used spike-tooth harrow, 2 sec
tions. Phone 2171. 179
LARGE FIRE INSURANCE Com
pany and Casualty Company wish
es local representative. Must be
well-known. responsible and will-r
mg to work. Good com. write
Box F, this Office. 17~21c
FOR SALE - Bartlett pears for
canning. Now ready. Brew Or
chard 00., West Highlands, phone
2772. 17M.
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BEND 330.1 GLASSES direct
toDr.Altredz.Jones.Bonmc.
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long time, easy monthly payments
(just like rent) it will pay you to
getintouohwithus. Weennhelp
you wit: the financing, with the
plans (or your dream home ond
with its actual construction. We
will be glad to discus it won: you
at your convuflence. Can 241. »tht
Hansen, Manager, Palate]: Yards.
Kennewick. ' m
EXPERT printing and developing.
Developing free, prints 4c. ann
lugement Flee. Quick Service.
Vibber-Gmond Drug 00. 15%!
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BARGAIN mlAlr—Eight used
cars—l92B and 1929. your choice,
while they last for $35 each. All
guaranteed to run! 0. H. Yedica
Motor Co. let!
JUMBO HOUSE PAINT (in s’s)
when you buy your paint here. at
$1.84 per gallon. Potlatch Yards,
Inc. 14::
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FOR RENT—Two big 2-room furn
ished apartments in the Garden
Tracts on Ave. F. Gee. Sheppard.
Phone 3061. Ht!
FOR. RENT gig. lst. 4 room
house and bath; hardwood floor,
fireplace, sleeping porch, full base
ment, 2% miles south or Kennewick.
See Art Carpenter; phone 2171. 171)
FOR RENT—Six-room' house. fur
nace, fireplace, garage, good loca
tion. Mrs. G. Gar-ber. 17p
Paris Also Has Leaning
Tower as an Attraction
The Leaning Tower of Paris—not
Pisa—soon may rank with other
leaning )wers of the world. The
crooked tower of the Church of ,No
tre Dame de Bonne-Nouvelle has
not yet rated Baedeker's guide. but
it is decidedly on the slant and is
attracting more and more visitors
who find a leaning tower more in
teresting than an erect one. writes
a Paris United Press correspondent
in the Chicago Tribune.
Every year the crack grows wid
er between the tower and the side of
.the church to . which it is joined.
Once a rectangular clock. fixed in
the side of the tower. told the time
to everyone for miles around. but
when the tower got such pronounced
inclinations the clock could not ad
' just itself to the situation. ‘ So snmv
one compromised things by hanging
y the clock on a wrought “'01) Draw.
. extending over the sidewalk.
\ When the tower of Bonne-Nouvelle
began leaning. nobody knows. Anne
of Austria laid its cornerstone back
‘ in 1593 and Anne laid the stone
1 straight. What she and no one else
‘ realized was that Bonne-Nouvelle
hill was nothing but a city dump—
the uninhabited back yard of Six
teenth century Parisians. who threw
so much rubbish away that their
rubbish pile grew into a hill.
So, while chicken coops and flimsy
shacks did quite well on the new
hill. heavy structures were really
too much for the sliifty soil. The
Church of Notre Dame de Bonne-
Nouvelle is now one of the few stone
structures still standing. The oth.
ers have been razed or have fallen
down.
L Several years ago. at the instiga
‘ tion of the Beam: Arts. the tower at
! Bonne-Nouvelle was stabilized by a
compensating arrangement in its
basement. but it still leans. It is not
15 feet out of line. as is the Tower of
Pisa. Nor has it the glamor of the
imperial leaning Bottle Pagoda of
Pei-Hui in Peiping. But at least
Paris can compete with the towers
of Ems. Asinelli. Ulm. St. Moritz.
and Garisenda when it comes to of
fering groggy buildings to sight
seers.
Congress Session Prolonged
Washington, D. C.—Unless dir
ferenees between the White House
and Congress over neutrality and
the vast New Deal “lending" pro
gram aresetledwithinai'ewdayn.
the present session of congress may
extend into August. A new eon
troversial issue that threatens di
visions or opinion is the demand of
pressure groups that the U. s. insti
tute an embargo against both Jap
anese exports and imports.
m KENNEWICK (WASE) com.mgnm
At the Churches
Regina: services every Mood”
afternoon at 2:3olnthenuonic
lull. Anyonemteresbedmuttend
lngtheseserviceswmbemostwel-
come.
may-117m Met-ham Church
John a. William. mm
Church school at 10:00 a.m.
Preaching at Finley every Bun
day at 11:00 a.m. on alternate Bun
dnys at Hover at 11:00 a.m.
CameandheartheGospelofre
deeming love. and the great hymns
of the church. Absent treatment
will not avail.
CHURCH or m luzmm
Charles W. Croft. Minister
Sunday School 10:00 a.m., Billy
Mills. Superintendent.
Morning Worship 11:00 a.m. Rev.
Chas. Manson, Walla Walla. in the
vacation absence of the pastor.
Young peoples' meeting 7:15 p.m.
Evening Service 8:00 p.m.
Mid-Week' prayer meeting, Wed
nesday evening 8:00 pm.
BETHLEHEM LUTHERAN
M. c. Knuth. Puta-
; Divine Service Sunday at 11:00 a.m.
‘ Sunday School at 10:00 am.
i The Walther League meets every
Thursday for Bible study.
You are cordially invited to at
tend these services.
BufordePlubm
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Sunday School at 9:30 a.m., Mrs.
Neuman, acting superintendent.
There will be no church service
this coming Sunday nor through.
out the month of August which will
be vacation month. The next
church service will be Sunday. Sept.
3rd. The Sunday School will con
tinue to meet at the hour of 9:30
each Sunday morning.
mammals-om!
Run-osmium (
Sunday School at 10:00 a.m., Mrs.
J. M. Wheeler, superintendent, Mrs.
Leander, primary superintendent.
There will be no church service
this coming Sunday nou- during the
mouth of August. The session of
the church voted to make this vaca
tion month so far as church serv
ices are concerned. The Sunday
School will meet each Sunday at
the hour of 10:00 a.m.
FIRST.BAP‘I'IST CHURCH
Rollin B. Holden. m
! Communion Sunday
} 10:30 am. Morning Worship with
Communion. Message: . “Not One
I'l'hing Bath Failed.”
‘ 8:00 p.m. Evening Gospel serv
‘ice with message by the pastor.
Mid-‘Week service Wednesday at
7:30. The Deacons in charge.
‘ The pastor was voted a month’s
vacation at the church meeting Sun
\day.‘
1 The morning preacher the first
‘three Sundaysiin August will be
Rev. Mr. McKinley of Byran. The
fourth Sunday there will be an
Associanal B.Y.P.U. Rally in the
church.
A welcome to all to the services
of this church.
METHODIST
mt L. mum, manta-
Church School 10:00 a.m.
I An appealing summer program of
woxfihip and study for all age groups
‘ Morning Worship 11:00 a.m.
‘ Sermon: “The Kingdom of the
Soul.”
Our young people an especially
invited.
Institute echoes will be heard at
this service and presentation of
certificates.
Japan shipped 7.013.664 gallons
(Ithaca-into China last year..
moms
FIRST ENGLISH hm
Second and Auburn Streets
Rev. Carl E. 1... Lucky. mum
Sunday School at 10:15 am.
Divine Services at 11:15 am.
We hear so much about the Gold
en Rule. It is discussed and quoted
by the believer and the unhellever
alike. Still there may be many
things about the Golden Rule that
you may not have heard or thought
or. Come to church next Sunday
\andllstentoameditatlononthe
Golden Rule and a few of the verses
following it in llatthew. chapter
seven.
ASSEMBLY or GOD CHURCH
Pastor. e. V. W
Rev. Chas. Thornton will be the
speaker in both the morning and
evening service Sunday. 'nie man
gelist. has just closed a very sucess
ful meeting in Oregon and on his
way home for rest.
Sunday School 10:00 tun.
Preaching 11:00 a.m.
‘ Evangelistic service 7:30 p.m.
Mid-Week prayer and Bible study
‘Wednesday evening 7:30 pm.
1 We invite you.
CHRISTIAN cum
Corner 3nd and wmmm
J. A. Pine. Pasta-
Bible School 10:00 a.m.
Morning Worship 11:00 a.m. Ser
mon meme: “The Church 3 Com
munity Agent."
Christian Endeavor 7:00 pm.
Evening Worship 8:00 p.m. Ser
mon theme: “99 lien at. the Con
ventlon.”
Mid-Week service Wednesday 8:00
Pm.
Finley Farmers Begin
Watermelon Picking
Min—Severn. farmers in this
community an picking a few nur
melons. Cantaloupes are use be
ing picked here.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Piert and
two children. Rodney and Peggy.
came home Monday from visiting
with relatives in Couer d'Alene.
Hr. and Mrs. Archie Paterson
and son. Larry. from Vancouver.
B. C.. left Wednesday for their
home. having spent a week visiting
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bar
old Withram. Mr. Paterson and
Mr. Withram are cousins.
Clint Glassner had the misfortune
to lose a horse last week.
Mr. and Mrs. John Kuh and
family visited in Spokane last week.
Mrs/W. Beall visited in Walla
Walla Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Johnson vis
ited their son and wife. Mr. and
Mrs. Roy Johnson in Kennewick,
Saturday.
Mr. J. W. P'audree. Supt. of Gaine
firms. visited the Finley State
me farm Tuesday. .
The Harold Withram family. Bend
ry Jacobs family, Mr. and Mrs.
Jets Lande. Midge Sherry and Bar--
vey Paulson. Bob Wright and M.
lerson enjoyed a picnic at the
Sacajewea park Sunday.
Mrs. Hattie Erickson was in Day
ton Wednesday on business.
} A. McCarty left Sunday for har
vest at the John Owens ranch in
IHorse Heaven.
Mr. and Mrs. Jess Lande and
‘Midge Sherry visited in Walla Wal-‘
‘la and Umapine Tuesday.
Harvey Brigg from California.
who has been visiting his parents.
Mr. and Mrs. Bam Briggs. lett Wed
nesday for Coulee Dam.
Mrs. L. Creswell. who has been
here thepasttwoweeksvisitingat?
the home of m Eudora John-tin.i
left for her home Wednesday. Hrs.
Creswell was called here through
memnessanddeathotllmJohnw
son's mother. Mrs. Smith. 1
The Magic Cooking Club met
Wednesday at the home of Winona
Granshaw. During the business
hour plans were discussed for a
trip to the mountains'tor the club
members.
Reclamation Bureau
Begins Work Here Aug. 1
BANNED The Reclamation
Bureau is moving from Wu:
mum to Human! in the Author:
and Company banding md 15 to
begin work that August my.
lit. and us. Bank can at
mded a meeting at the l'bur Coun
ty 3mm Manon meaty.
July 18th. in Yunnan.
111-a.m.: Tobin 0! 8m Pron
dsco. Its. My Hoover and my:
Vevo Bog: of Portland sud Ila-s.
Taylor Needhun and John flower
of union left Monday after Mt
‘chsevem any: o“. the Chane Hoov
er bane.
Mrs. M Chat and son Wal.
m and Mn. Ju cm were Ken
newick visitors on Saturday.
m Needham u-mred home
Snmrdny after working seven]
weeks in Everett. Wash.
Word was received mmugn Mrs.|
Edmund Worby that Mrs. B. C.
Root'snieeerdrivinchL-rtosm‘
Funds» aim: to visit reletives. ‘
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Brinson and!
”ammonia. of Spokane. iem
Tuesday evening ether visiting two‘
days at the Lee Bunsen home. ‘
Direct-ace D. Cox moeived wan!
mnerm.onloox. was-Irwin;
in Gmdview from Chicago. where
he is working July 18th to spend a
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By c. M. PAYNE
(W Winn
’ The Board of County Commission
ers met at their office. June 30. 1939
at 2 pun All members bemb present.
Claims mum the Benton Coun
ty Road Fund were approved and
ordered paid from that fund as fol
lows:
County Road Fund. Warrant.-
5154 to 5818 Inc. ”1.01032.
\ aids for the purchase of a used
‘rock crusher for Road District No.
3 were opened and considered at this
time. notice of award postponed
until the July sth meeting.
A claim for damages was tiled by
the Milwaukee flechanics Insurance
Co. in the sum of 8850.00. After due
consideration the claim was de
nied and payment refused.
On motion the Board adiourned
to meet July 5. 1080 at 11 :00 em.
The Board of County Commission
ers met at their office July 6. 1089
at 11:00 a.m. nu members being
present.
Claims against Benton County
were approved and ordered paid
from the proper funds us followc:
Current Expense mand. Warrant!
28%? to 8087 Inc. “06138.
Public Assistance Fund. Wamnu
1279 to 1842 Inc.. 31808.08.
The bids on the purchase or a
rock masher which were opened on
June 30th. were again considered
and the «and made to The leen
snthty Machinery 0! Pox-thud.
Oregon. for u need an" Symon; Dino
crusher.
The claim for damages of D. A.
Boatick in the mm of 325.838.“
(or injuries alleged to have been
unstained by his son. John lrwin
Boatick in an auto accident June
18. 1939 was received and consider
ed arm deliberation the claim
‘m referred to the Pmecutim At
‘torney tohe taken up with the In
mranee Company havinc the policy
|on the County Owned car.
The Petition of A. F. Brown and
‘otheuukmgthat the Board a
mum: the comer: of .1: blocks
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