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day. August. 24, 1939
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“am, we at E. c. Smith Mo
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7 ”mac”: finonuc'rs co.
1:11" your five or dead horses
‘ an. Our truck will on]! every
01 mt Sunday, at Bentoq City,
W Pasco and Kennewick.
W 2161. at Grange Supply. Inc.,
i a, during hot weather before
up. American Products Company,
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My. 0511:. grain and other
A”Fromm: for sale in season.
”w c. Muldrow. secy. Sunny
:Wuon‘ District, Benton 108135
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m‘ was VERY BEST, but a right
“a grade of shiplap for sl6 per
wild at the Potlatch Yards.
me 111 or drop in at the yard:
I m bargains in building ma
nuals. ‘ 12$:
mum—Horses and mules: good
w m machinery. Kenne-
IR Implement Co. St!
W CAPS—Hats cleaned
”a blocked 60c; caps cleaned 25c.
m Dye Works. phone one
gun-three. P3BOO. 32“
173 NO SIN to have Bed Bugs,
m why keep them? Use Cenol
I” Bug Killer. Sold at Vibber
word Drug CO- 15“
”mm any kind or bulld-
I! or repair work. you 8111191!
mo: eftord to overlook the lum-
I! m st the Potlatch Yards.
I! Instance you can buy end
med Rustic alpine for 824 per
mad feet. Drop In or cell
It , 12$!
BEBE!) OIL (in s’s) when you
w your paint here, 95c gallon.
Mtch Yards. Inc. 142.!
We make a special bargain for
Med Ads that run 5 weeks
«mer—Call 111.
com: Ki and hear the New RCA.
Victor portable radios, $9.95 to
.1135. Several models in stock.
Payment plan. Vlbber-Gifford Drug
00.. Kennewick. r 1512!.
FOR SALE—Good 6-room house
and outbuildings and one acre
ground. Sell or trade for smaller
property. L. F. Ullery, 708 Ave. E. *
ma BALE—4 h.p. Shaw tractor—
In excellent buy at one hundred
dolhrs cash. See G. A. Morrison,
pine 1741, Route 2, So. Highlands.*
FOR SALE Young male Poland
China pig, 5 months old. E. Klein-
Imcht, West Highlands. 21p
mom-Our wedding
invitations and announcements
Internet in size, texture and type
mu; we are also agents for gen
uine copper engraved society sta
tuary; The Courier-Reporter. lst!
KB SAIR—Hay 1n stack or will
deliver. Charles Mizer, Rt. 1,
We}; , 20-21 p
mu SALE—Wedgwood Flame gas
“on with two ovens, 4 burners,
M burner, :50. Easy terms. 0. H.
Min Motor Co., Kennewick. 19m:
a“WIRE SALE on refrigerators.
Because of the arrival of a new
“Illicit of goods we must make
M for our new stock. We will
"In our profits for quick sale. This
it in extra reduction following the
an in Prices this spring. You can
“W at a Bond refrigerator for much
‘3 than you would have paid a
N no. Come in early for these
Wanton will not last long at
I‘9 Prices. Raymond’s. 20th
Mor wide tape carried in stock;
d” tal3!! for cash registers. The
Kl! BALE—Ready now. No. 1
“W! hay in the field. No sand—
“ fine hay for turkeys. J. P.
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1937 Chevrolet Town Sedan
1936 Chevrolet Town Sedan
1936 Terraplane Sedan
1939 Ford Pickup
1938 Ford Sedan .
1937 Chevrolet 11,5 -Ton Truck
1934 Chevrolet Pickup
1935 Ford Pickup
Kennewick Auto Co.
REMINGTON Portable typewriters
sold on easy payments, as low as
10¢ per day. We carry several mod
elsinstock. Comemseethem.
Vibber-Gifford Drug Co., Kenne
wick. 15t1
FOR SALE 5-acre home, good
soil, 10 miles from Vancouver, a
bargain. Or trade for a small place
in Benton county. J. Hultberg, or
chards, Wn. 23p
BIG ENVElDPES—Frequently you
have need of a big, odd size heavy
envelope.- You can buy them sing
ly, if you like, at The Courier-Re
porter. We have a large assort
ment. 1%!
SMALL HOME LOANS, up to 82500,
no down payment required. 10
years to pay. Payments sl.ll per
SIOO borrowed. We encourage in
quiries. Standard Lumber Co., Chas.
Spears, manager. 20-21 c
PRUNES - Tree ripened Italian
prunes, ready about September 1,
75¢ apple box, delivered anywhere in
Kenrlewick. Put in your order now
at Neuman’s store. Mrs. J. H. Carl
son, Rjdlland. 22p
STAMP INK—Small bottles with
applicator tops. Renew your pads.
The. Courier-Reporter. 19151
YOUR MONEY goes farther at me
Durocher Bargain Store, Kenne
wick. Five pianos, $35. $45. $55. $65.
and $75. New and used electric
ranges, washing machines, refriger
ators. Some real buys in Davinos
and chairs. New and used bed and
dining sets. All at money-saying
prices. See us first. 20t1'
FOR SALE—Prunes for canning.
Will be ready in about. 2 weeks,
60c per apple box. Bring contain
er; also pickling cucumbers. Chas.
Lum, phone 382. 20-21 c
FOR SALE—Good work mare—a
' little agey, but a real bargain at
$15.00 or trade for calves, pigs or
machinery. E. O. McAh'ster, near
Hedges. *
FOR SALE—Cheap, one 1929 Pon
tiac in good running order, six
’hole cook stove. some used watches.
:Satisfaction guaranteed. Julius
§Jacot, 209 Benton St., Kennewick,
Washington. 21-22 p
Mrs. P. R. Woodmfl’, telephone
1742. 21c
—T.hree boxes for SI.OO. you pick
them for 25 per box. L. M. Bishop,
by N. P. Railway‘ bridge, Kenne
wick. 21-23 p
FOR SALE—s-i'oot Bath Tub. J.
L. Mokler Plumbing 8: Heating
Co., 14 80. Benton St. 21p‘
Chile will increase its postal rates}
to provide earthquake ‘relief funds;
MESCAL IKE a, s. I. norm.“
S’MATTER POP— Yes! You Shggld Stop a Fella]: iffflYour’ive Heard It
FOR SALE—I 932 Chev. Coach. $125
takes all, good condition. Inquire
at this office. - 21tfc
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pany and Casualty Company wish
es local representative. Must be
well-known, responsible and will
ing to work. Good com. Write
Box 15', this Office. 17-21 c
RUBBER STAMPS—Best quality
only, both stock and special or
ders. Quick service. The Courier.
Reporter. 191:1
places 1:0 stay during school for
room and board and small wage. In
quire at this office. 21p
WANTED—Used $4 or 1-3 h.p. elec
tric motbr and pressure water
pump. Art Carpenter, phone 2171. ‘
row Grill. 21tfc
when you buy your paint here. at
$1.84 per gallon. Potlatch Yards.
Inc. mi
EXPERT printing and developing.
Developing free, prints 4c. En
largement Free. Quick Service.
Vibber-Gurord Drug Go. 151;!
DATERS—Handy band Eaters, two
sizes. The Courier-Reporter. lst!
“in” Mi*s'wllmiews Illlllli‘
long time. easy monthly payments
(Just like rent) it will pay you to
getlntouchwlthus. Wecanhelp
you with the financing, with the
plans for your dream home and
with its actual construction. We
at your convenience. Call 241. Walt
Hansen, Manager. Watch Yards.
Kennewick. 12M
LOST—Brown leather witcase with
black strap in center, close to S.
P. & S. depot. Reward. Finder please
notify Hugh Hanratty. 21-23 p
Send Today— Your Free Horoscope
Dealing with Love, Marriage 8: Suc
cess. Learn to read your destiny in
the Stars by our simple 35-page
course of instruction. Send birthday,
month and year with only SI.OO to
PD. Box 585, Seattle, Wash. _
your convenience. $30.00 to $2500.
up to 3' years; SIOOO to SSOOO up to
5 years. Here are some of the things
you can do. Repair, reroor, paint,
concrete walks, drives, basements,
new additions, basement room or
garage. Let us give you complete de
tails. Standard Lumber Co., Chas.
Spears, manager. 20-21 c
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FOR. RENT—Two big 2-room furn
ished apartments in the Garden
Tracts on Ave. P. Geo. Sheppard.
Phone 3061. 171:!
FOR RENT Five-room modern
house. 0. E. Nicoson, Phone 27x2
Kennewick. 20-21 p
CARLB Pencil or type
writer e sheet or box. The
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FOR RENT—House, two miles west
of Kennewick. Mrs. Jules More-t,
West Highlands. 21p
Cutting up a turnip, a woman in
Ramsgate, England. found inside a
dead sparrow and there was no
mark on the outside of the veget
able showing how the bird got
I At the Churches I
Regular services every Monday
afternoon at 2:30 in the Masonic
hall. Anyone interested in attend
Sunday school. 10 a.m.; Billy
Mills, superintendent:
Morning worship. 11 o’clock.
Young people’s meeting and jun
iors, 7:15 pm.
Mid-week prayer meeting Tues
day evening. 8 o'clock.
Officers of the newlyoonganized
“Gleaners.” a class of young peo
ple, including Howard Smith. pres»
idem; Mrs. Croft. viceopresident;
and Mrs. Wan Graves secretary
An interior paint and varnish
“job," sponsored by the Sunday
school, will beautify the church
shortly after Septembet l
Church school 10 o'clock. All our
scholars should be present for this
hour of worship and study.
Morning worship, 11 o’clock.
Sermon, “’l‘reasures in Heaven"
These services are artistic in design
and characterized by special music
features which are inspiring to all
our worshipers.
Avenue A and Garfield
Rev. Frederick A. Schilling. PhD.
‘ Minister
Sunday, August 27—9 a.m. Church
School; 10 am. Morning prayer and
sermon, topic, “Masks.”
Tuesday. August 29—7:30 p.m.,
Bishop’s Committee meeting.
Thursday, August 31, 8 p.m., choir
Second and Auburn Streets
Rev. Carl E. 1.. Lucky, Minister
Sunday school rally at. 10:15.
Whether or not you expect to at.
tend Sunday school this year;
whether you are parents or not;
whether you are members or asso
ciates of our congregation, you are
cordially invited to attend this Sun
day school rally next Sunday.
Morning services at the regular
hour of 11:15, the sermon theme be
ing “The Teaching Church” in keep
ing with the Sunday school rally
which it will immediately follow.
Divine services Sunday at 11 a.m.
Sunday school at 10 a.m. The 31-
ble class meets every Thursday eve
ning at 8 p.m. The Ladies’ Aid will
entertain the Ladies Aid of Em
maus Lutheran church of Walla
Walla Thursday afternoon on the
parsonage lawn. You are condially
invited to our services.
(hutch Bible Schol, lo a.m.
Morning worship and sermon at
11 a.m. Sermon theme, “The Trans
Christian Endeavor, 7 p.m.
Evening worship and sermon 8
p.m. Sermon flame, “Some Modern
Mid-week service of devotions
and Bible Study, Wednesday at 8
The August meeting at the “99
Men's Brotherhood” will be held in
the basement of the church on
many evening at 8 p.m. “Pep“
program of local talem. Reheat:-
xnents. All Kennewick men and boys
invited. /
'E£§rfe§ 6i. lic—rt: ”Minimum—'— '—
_ - _ W 99“)! _ _
Robert. 1... Mott, Minister
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Comer 3rd and WM
J. A. Pine. Pastor
“untold Com. Presbyterian
R. M. Broadbooks. mmtsm
The church school meets a: 9:30
a.m.. Mrs. anver superintendent.
One week from Sunday. September
3. church services will be resumed
again. Rev. Broadboolrs. who has
returned recently from a short va
cation on the coast will preach.
'nze church school meets at 10:15.
Mrs. J. M. Wheeler superintendent.
One week from Sunday. September
3. churches will be med again.
The pager. Rev. Broadbooks will
18 Emma Street
E. E. Storm. pastor
Sunday school 9:6
Preaching 11:00 a.m.
P. H. Y. P. s. 7:00 pm.
Evangelistic service 8:00 pm.
O. W. Hampton will be with us in
interest of Bible school on Sep
tember l. at 8 p.m.
Rev. Minor. returned misdonary.
will be with us at. 8 p.m. August 31
with electrical music. Do not an
to hear this man speak.
One hundred fifty applications
were made in 24 hours in Buch
arest, Mania. by young men an
xious to marry without the usual
formalities before joining the Ru
manian Army.
Excavations close to the tomb of
the Blbllcal King Shim. which
has yielded several pieces of ancient
Emman art. are to be continued
and will include the peach-stun
of other intact tomb chambers.
; Whereas it appears to the Bound
of County Commissioners 0! Benton
County. Wailing-ton that it. is ad
visable to employ special cmmsel to
represent Benton coumy in the use
of Northern Pacific Railway Com
pany vs. Benton County et a]. which
case is now pending in the District
Eastern District of Washington. and
‘ Whereas no provision was made
in the budget (or the yes: 1939 for
expenditures for this purpose and
same could not hive been mason
ably foreseen at the time of making
the budget. and
Whereas. the cost of employing
said counsel is estimated by the
Board to be the sum of SIOOO.OO.
Now therefore be it resolved. that
a public emergency exists for the
purpose and in the amount above
stated and that notice them! be
given and emergency haunts on
the Current Expense of Benton
County he tsued 1n paymmt these
Wherefore notice is hereby given
that the Board of County Commis
sioners will meet in their office in
the courthouse at Presser. WasMng
ton, on Tuesday. the sth day of Sep
tember. 1939 at the hour of 2 o'clock
pm. for the purpose of considering
the advisability of declaring the
emergency above named, at which
time any taxpayer may appear and
be heard for or against the upend
iture of money for the abovenlmed
7th day of August. 1939.
00:19de the Board of County
Commissioners of Button Cwn‘ty.
mum: H. E. Chapman. County
Auditor and Clerk at the Board of
County Comm 8:24
summons "Iron PUBLICATION
In the Superior Court 0! the sum
of Washington in and {or Benton?
County. I
J.H.Evett nndßhodnEvett,hus-‘
band and wife. plaintiffs. vs. {
l". A. Allen and Jane Doe Allen.
true name unknown. husband and‘
II 'Cunyn'fln. by S. 1. “utility V) I
‘wiie; A. Simpson and Jane Doe
Simpson. true name unknown. hus
band and wife; J. H. Brooks and
Jane Doe Brooks. true name un
known. husband and wife; Eliza
beth A. Courtwsy; Lilliam F. Smith:
John E. Keeley; Emma Tablas; J.
B. mrvey and Eliza Harvey. hus
band and wife: N. N. Gsrst and
Annie Gar-st. husband and wife. A.
)1. Neher. Pete Olsen and Jane Doe
Olsen. true name unknown. hus-l
band and wife; the unknown heirs}
of n. J. Hesly. whose name also ID"
pears as Katrine J. fiealey. de-J
Iceased. and all other persons and‘
parties unknown. claiming any
“Cm. title. sine. lien. or intent
in and to the reel property describ
ed in the oompnint herein. de
To the above named defendants.
and each or them:
you are hereby summoned to appear
within sixty days after the date of
the first publication of this sum
mons to-wit: Within sixty days
after the 17th day of August. 1939.
and defend the above entitled ac
tion in the above entitled court and
answer the complaint of the plain
tiffs and serve a copy of your an».
wer upon the undersigned attor-1
neys for Plaintiffs at their office‘
below stated. and in case of your‘
failure so to do. inclement will be
rendered against you according to:
the demand of the complaint. which
has been filed with the clerk of
said court. The object of this ac
tion is to recover judgment against‘
the aforesaid defendants. and each
of them. barring said defendants.
‘and each of them. from hereafter
claiming or asserting any right. ti
tle. estate. lien or interest in and
lto the following described real
property fo-wft: .
y Tracts as. as. 2136.37.38.40.
{l. t 2. £3. a £5. 57. 58. 59. 60. 61.
>7l. :11 in the Plat of Hartford Ir
‘rlgation and Power company’s ir
'rigatedlsndsinSection 38.1 w). 1:
[the plat thereof on file and of
record in the office of the Auditor
of Benton County. Washington.
quarter of the North east quarter of
the Northeast quarter; the West
half of the Southeast quarter of the
iNortheast quarter of the Northwest
quarter: and the east half of the
gsoutheast quarter of the Northeast
quarter of the Northwest quarter.
‘ And quietfng the title to all of
said real property as a fee simple
title in plaintiffs and granting to
plaintiff's metal euuitable relief.
Molten & Powell. Attorneys for
Plaintiffs. Office and P. 0. Address.
Kennewick. Benton County. Wash
ingtar.‘ 8:17-9:21
u. trot
Inn in eccordnnce with an order
heretofore entered on the let dey oi
‘Commiseicners of said County. di
ihereinui’ter described. acquired by
said County for delinquent men
under tux foreclosure suit and ule.
of September. 1!”. commencing nth
the hour of 10 o'clock A. M., and
continuing until the hour oi Qo‘clock
P.)Lctniddey.unlcnthe mop-1
erty hereinei‘ter described mu.
hitheet bidder for cuh or on legal
contract. the renewing ducribedl
moperty. situated in said County.
ond described as follows. to-wit: 1
Description of Property:
1. City or Pruner-:14». 5. 6. 74
and 8. Block 88. Minimum niel
price “0.00.
2. City of Pmuer: West 10 teetl
15 and I‘. block 88. Minimum cue
price SIOOO.
3. City of Pro-ner: Int 1!. block
us. Minimum sale price 810.00.
‘l. Rich's Addition to Mr
What Else Could One Do?
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5. Wl4 83% Section 34.1mm
map 10. Range 24; B‘l, 814, Sec
uon 85. Township 10. Range 24.
minimum sale pnce 3200.00.
8. Wu; NE»; NWI“ and Wu
SE" NW% Section 32. Township
14. Range 27. minimum sale price
The above property shall not be
sold for less than the amount set
lorth as "Minimum Sale Price"
shown opposite each description
of property. I! sold {or cash. a
Treasurer‘s Deed will be executed.
it sold on contract. the terms there
of shall be 20% cash and balance
in ten equal annual installments
commencing Nov. lst next. with
interest at six per cent on deterred
payments. payable annually. All
subsequent taxes and assessments
must be paid prior to delinquency.
Failure to make payments or to
perform any of the covenants or
the contract torieita same at the
election 0 1 the vendor. This con
tract may be paid in full at any
time plus accrued interest. in which
case a Treasurer's Deed will be
necuted. Property sold tor the
forincashat thetimeottheaale.
THER GIVEN. That it necessary I
will adjoin said sale to the same
hours from day to day by announce
ment made at the time and place
lo! said sale. or at the time and place
‘awhich said sale may be adjourn-
Outed at Pros-er. Washington.
this 15th day of August. 1080.
County Treasurer 0! Benton
County. Wlmmnon.
By Ellen Bemdt.
8:17-81 Deputy County Mum.
In the Sela-lot Genet 0! the State
of Washington in end he the
County e! Baton. ‘
In the nutter oi the estate of
Henry I". ‘l‘humm. deceased.
Notice is hereby civen. that Henry
A. Young. the executor of the ee
dead end pneented ior eettieinent
to.snd filedinthesuperioroourt
of Benton County. Wuhinctnn. hie
finei eccount es such executor end
e petition for the distribution of
eeid eetete. in which the Court is
sexed to settle esid eetete. distribute
eons entitled to the me. end die
chsrce the eeid executor. end thst
the eeventh dey oi leptember. 1089.
ten o'clock um. st the court room
in the superior Court at Proeeer.
Weshinzton. hes been duly eppoint
ed by seid court for the W end
settlement or seid count end peti
tion for distflbution. et yhich tune
end piece my person inteneted in
his exceptions in writing thereto.
and contest the sense.
mummmm aux-mon.
Judge of the and Bupeflor Court.
this Bnd any or August. 1039.
Etta J. Human. Clerk 0! the lu
Hon-Inn a Harlan. Duncan
8143.. Paco. Wuh‘annon. Money.
tor mm. 8:10-17-24
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