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WWO lots with 5-room
W across from Finley store.
WW. Keith Lechlet. Phone
’ Kennewick. 25-29;)
W MINUTE and save a life.
I" your car tested on the Wet.-
.nmy Lane at E. G. Smith Mo
. a. 141:!
; mm-Delicious Aapples, 75c
l“ box. bring containers. Phone
‘_ Nat Witt. 25p
moan PRODUCTS co.
not! your live or dead horses
II m Our truck will cell every
0!. mt Sunday. at Bentorr City,
mud, Pasco and Kennewick.
m 2181. at Grange Supply, Inc..
‘ use during hot weather before
“n, American Products Company,
am. am:
in BALE Pickling cucumbers.
nun Haste, 1,9 mile south Russell
my home on Highlands, 25p
TED FARMS FOR SALE
mfifigy, com. grain and other
gm produce for sale in season.
a w. C. Muldrow, secy. Sunny
fl Inflation District. Benton City,
Wu. latte
Im. 3m OR TRADHparlg,
-Mo kitchen stove with trash
m stove, in A-l condition. Art
wpentet. phone 2171. 25p
INN AND CAPS—Hats cleaned
ma blocked 60c; caps cleaned 25c.
m Dye Works. phone one
llD-tlne. Pasco. 325!
Tim: smmG—We have made
on exceptional purchase of good
at: siding that we can retail for
m per thousand. If you can use
my of thls‘lmnber, right now is the
an; to buy it from the Potlatch
. Inner Yards, Inc. 24¢!
in SALE—z-door Chev coach,
1m model. Will trade for small
m In~city limits. Mrs. Pauline
1.. flolbrook, Avenue 3., Route 2,
Munich. 25 -26 p
m SALE—I second-hand round
‘an heater, cheap. 0. F. Winken
under. Avenue F last house. 24-5 p
We make a special bargain for
“not! Am that run 5 week
linger-0311111.
WOW—Our wedding
muons and announcements
«correct in size. texture and type
Mu; we are also agents for gen
ie copper engraved society sta-
My. The Courier-Reporter. 19M
m BALE—lO4cm farm land with
Wings, 154 mile north Rich
hnd. See 1... V. Masher, 111 Sec
lld avenue 12., Kennewick. 23-27 p
m SALE on retrigerators.
lacunae of the arrival of a new
“mt of goods -we must make
mm:- our newstock. We will
he our profits for quick sale. This
in ecu-a reduction following the
“in'prices this spring. You can
"(at a good refrigerator for much
h film you would have paid a
"'BO. Come in early for these
Ms will not last long at
& prices. Raymond’s. 20th]
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Ygnaw-rmarrow)tommthe
W bargains we have in lumber
"I on hand at the Potlatch Yards,
1“ If Wu contemplate any use
" Wilding materials or whatever
Hm. be sure to inquire about your
“here before you purchase any
!“ 241::
MG MACHINE TAPE—Nar
melde tape carried in stock;
'h be for cash registers. The
M'Repm'ter.
RIB mmonuanonv omm:
m worth 'Ol towels, washcloths,
“491’s. etc.. with each new
a"winced Zenith washer. Only
”hit on the market. New 011
Ne: With at:- clnculating fans,
”I M warm in winter and cool
5 Summer. New Norse Electric
he, $160.00 value - now only
”‘SO- Beautiful Davenos and
“n- dinnette sets, etc., etc., Buy
“before prices go up. Dumcher’s‘
m Store. Phone 2561, Ken-l
.3 231710 2
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“3301! «PAPER—Pencil or tym-
W—hy the sheet or box. The
M‘Reporter. , m 1
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”Ram STAMPS—Best quamy
"11!. both stock and special or
e ‘3‘ Quick service. The Courier
‘ I“miter. m:
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'O3 SALE Pickling cucumbers
“‘1 canning tomatoes Fred Reb
‘n-Esmuenorthormmy 2m
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“uni—Horses and mules: good‘
“ farm machinery. Kennem
"t Implement co. :8
\E—
M SALE—pm: good family cow.
"" fresh, 6 years old, gentle,
PO can milk her, phone 3226.
‘- nerman, Kennewick, Wash
h“ln. 24¢!
¥
'O3 SALE ~ Pure’bred Guernsey
‘o'. Just fresh, and bull calf. R.
Matt. Richlanti. 2m
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M BALE—White Rock pullets. R.
(Mann, Richland. 24tf
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”WP INK—Small bottles with
an”, tODS. Renew your pads.
courier-Reporter. 1m
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’USED CAR BARGAINS
’ 1937 Chev Sedan 1
1937 Chev Town Sedan
1936 Chev Standard Sedan
1934 Chev Coach
1938 Ford Coach
1936 Ford Coupe
1936 Ford Sedan
1931 Ford Sedan
1934 Ford Sedan _
1937 PLymouth Coupe
1936 Studebaker Sedan
Kennewick Auto Co.
SALES Phone 100 SERVICE
GQOD DIMENSION lumber can be
had at the Potla’tch Yards for as
low as sl6 per thousand. You can
find anything you want in building
materials here and the price will
be as low as it can behandled for
any place. Make a practice of com
ing for your building materials of
every kind. Prompt, courteous and
efficient service. 241;!
BIG ENVELOPE—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. 19t1‘
SEASONED WOOD for sale cheap.
See Bob Beau, phone 40x2. 25c
FOR SALE
mchway Suburban Grocery.
Two-room living gm fix
tunes. seven lots, $1359.00, 3300
cash 1"” inventory. balance on
terms.
~WAY SIDE SERVICE
330 Columbia Avenue Kennewick
T. FLOYD REAVIS
mmumn For Rggt mmuml
jFOR RENT—Nice, roomy furnished
apartment. New refrigerator, bum;
in cupboards, steam heat. Lights
and water furnished. ~ Commercial
Hotel, phone 2561. 25“
«mum Wanted iunmm
WANTED—Any kind of day work.
} Preferably house work or care of
children. Mrs. C. D. Clapp. Alder
street. 25p
WANTED Elderly man wants
middle-alged man. or woman to
stay mm mm nights only. Will
pay $23 per month. located on
Second Ave, phone 1332. 24m
‘WANTED—EIderIy lady wanted for
light housework by the year. Call
at the Welfare pffice at Kennewick
Hotel. 25-261)
WAITRESS WANTED—Over 21. Ar
row Grfll. 21th:
DATERS—Handy "bind daters, two
sizes. The Conner-Reporter. 191:!
PREST—O—LOGS are as fine a fuel
as you 'can get. They are clean.
have a. delightful odor, bum slowly
or quickly. as you desire. make no
smoke or ash. Use them for cook
ing or heating, in stove, range or
furnace. This :Is headquarters for
Prest-o-logs. Get our prices on
this modern fuel before you buy‘
your season’s supply. Potla-tch Yards,‘
Inc. 241:1"
MESCAL IKE
11.31
S'MATTER POP— Put! Atypfllgt Idea, Kids
Bible Mastery month begins with
the first of October. Join us in
reading the book of James through
each day or the month. In this
way you can master this timely
book. It has a great and important
message for us today. A 'good ten
minute investment each day.
Welcome awaits you in this house
of God. '
Church school 10 o'clock, Promo
tion. Day services.
Morning worship, 11 o'clock, ser
‘mon. “Our Unseen Guest," Com
munion service
’ Epworth League, 5:30 social hour,
6:30, Devotional hour
Evening worship, 7:30 Special
feature service, “His Mother's Ser
mon' Music, worship, inspiration.
’ Sunday will be Rally Bay in the
tChurch School. Every person in the
‘communtty not attending some oth
er service regularly is heartily in
vited There will be classes for all
ages with prepared teachers ‘
There wlnbenochurchthissuno‘
day
i A week from Sunday, October lat,
will be World Communion Sunday
when all churches or the denomina
tion in this land and foreign lands
will observe the Communion Serv
ices ;
m.
3, 3. I. HWY
11111111 l Miscellaneous mm"
H. E. ARLEDGE. general black
smithing, electric and acetelene
Welding. Best plow work on earth—
Drop in and get acquainted. Front
8:. Auburn 81;. 26c
>WARRAN-T GAIL—AII Current Ex-
I pense warrants to and including
‘warrant No. 8572 are called for pay
ment, and interest on the same will
cease September 14, 1939. City
Treasurer. 25c
YOUWHLFlNDthatitisalot
easier and far healtheir to main
tain a given temperature in your
home than to have it hot one mins
\u-te and chilly the next. For uni
form heat of whatever degree you‘
like, investigate the automatic coal;
Stoker. You will find that they usel
no more coal, but consume a cheap-1
er grade and at the same time do‘
away with the ups and downs in‘
your house temperature. Clean and
easy to maintain. Better take a
look at this new household conven
ience before inter sets in. Pot
latch Yards/ 24tf
I. At the Churches I
Regulat- services every Monday
afternoon at 2:30 in the Masonic
hall. Anyone interested in attend
inß-these servicgswlnbemost we]-
come. ‘
ms'r BAPTIST omen
Rollin 3. Holden, Pastor-
10:30 morning unified service.
Worship, message by the pastor and
Bible study in classes. Morning
theme “How the Book came back.”
Missionary experience. ‘
7:00 in Judson Hall. B.Y.P.U. All
young people rally to this service.‘
8:00 Evening gospel service, “The
Burning Bush.” Holy ground.
Tuesday evening at 7:45 service at
Wauula. church.
‘ Wednesday evening at 7:30 Mid
‘week service and study of Bible
Prophecy in Daniel. Everybody web.
come. Non-sectarian. i
METHODIST
Robert L. Mott, Minister
White Bluffs Com. mm
B. M. Broadbooh. minute:
m WO3 WASH.) COURIER-REPORTER
cmmcn or m nunm
Charles w. Croft. mm-
'Sunday school, 10 am” Billy Mills
superintendent.
Morning worship. 11 o’clock.
Young people's meeting and Jun.
iors, 6:45 pm. ;
Evening service, 7:30.
Mid-week prayer meeting, Wed
nesday evening, 7:30.
Returned Indian Missionary, Rev.
Resoott L. Beams. of Walla. Wang.
brought the church a missionary
addres Sunday night. illustrating
it with native costumes. He win:
sail the fthst of the year, provided
the European war does nd hinder. i
CHRISTIAN CHURCH
Corner 3rd and Washington
J. A. Pine. Pastor
Bible school. 10 am.
Morning worship and sermon, 11
am.. sermon teme "In the Name
of the Lord Jesus."
Christian Endeavor, '1 pm.
Evening worship and sermon. 8
mm, sermon theme, “The World's
Greatest Teacher!" 1
Mid-week service Wednesday eve
ning, 8 pm.
s'r. PA_UI:’S cannon
. , -_-_
Avenue A and Garfield
Rev. Frederick A. Schilling. PhD.
Minister
Sunday, September 24-
9:00 am. church school.
10:00 am. divine worship, ”sermon
topic, “The Leaven of Christianity."
| Thursday, September 28-:-
8200 pm. adult. Bible class. Topic,
“Getting Acquainted with the He
brew Prophets.” ‘
ASSEMBLY OF GOD CHURCH
Pastor. 0. V. Shattuck
Sunday school, 10 am.
Preaching, 11 agn.
313338015. “Who Shall Be Able to
Stand."
1 Evening service, 7:30 pm. ‘
1 Subject, “The Danger of Fallingfl
‘ Mid-week service Wednesday eve- 4
ning, 7:30.
nantordComPl-esbytahn
R. M. Broaciaooks. minister
i The Churcm School meets at
.9:30 am. Sunday is Rally Day and
'every person in the community is
invited to attend. A one hlmdred
percent attendance of the enroll
ment of the School is desired. There
,-will be classes for everyone and a
teacher prepared for each class. j
There will be no church service a
this Sunday. 0 1
A week from Sunday October lst.}
is World Communion Sunday when
lan Presbyterian churches in this
:country and in other countries will
observe the Communion Service.
Through the Federal Council of
Churches, churches of other denom
[inations are invited to Join in this
world service. This will be great.
fellowship of Christian people to
which all in this community are in-l
vited.
'IPICKED UP
AROUND TOWN!
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AAEdl‘m-dsflguresthe right
’sort of folkssretoobusy harvesting
thecropstospendanytimesowing
thewildoats. A
a J. a '
“Wish somebody would find out
whyamothwillpassuptheooats
and suits hanging in the closet,"
says Wt O'Hearn, “and pick
ontheonenntstoredowayina‘
moth-mooring.”
J .8 J
“Itisfarbettertosavethecoun-.
tryforloveotitthsntmmrearot'
it,”insistsE.J.Brand. I
J .1 .3!
“lamwillinktobet,”avers3my'
rLinn, “that the citizen who is a
wife—beater isn’t.a. carpet-beater
too."
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rShermanwouldmelthensauve
‘and saw thumping cum
dun.
1J J J
I “So they won't use poisoned cu
in this war." sighs Larry Oliver ‘t‘hen
‘whynotstopthekindofmtm
’starts wars."
1 American plated Jewelry 1: being
Iworn by the better classes in India.
PRELIMINARY BUDGET
FOR 1m: nu: ma
The City Council of the City or
City of Kennewick has completed
an(limitationi'iielntheofi'ioeof
the city clerk the pnelhnlnu-y budget.
for the ensuing fiscal year a, copy
of whlch will be furnished any tu
‘Dayer who will call at the office‘
thereof.
The City Council of the City at
Kennewick will meet at the city lull
on Monday October 2nd was at
8 o'clock pm. for the m of
fixing the final budget end making
{tax levies, and any taxpayer may
39pm at that time and be heard
fororasainstanypartotthebud
get:
[ Current Expense
Salaries and wages -...8 0.02811
Maintenance an operation 7.9 m.“
Capital Outlay ...____.. 350.00
Total ..W.-314.947.65
Debt redemption
and Interest ......3 4319.12
City Street Find
Salaries and wages .....s 234100
Maintenance .3: operation 1302.48
Capital outlay --..-- 618.00
Bonds and warrants not
yet authorised ...._ 10,000.00
Total ...—.....31436758
§Total amountot the budget $34,534.35
Winifred Campbell,
9:21-28 City Clerk.
lei-um;
- I
The Board of County (Johanne-1
sloners met at their office Semen-1
bet 1, 1939 at 1 lam. All manbeu.
‘being present. 1
I Clahns against the Benton Coun
ty Road Fund were appmved and
ordered paid Imm that fund a: fol-l
lows:
I County Road Fund. Warrants 5518
*0 5713. inc~ mama.
f The following bonds mW‘
:ed by the Band. B. 3. Platinum II
constable. SIOOO.OO and Ethel Van
Byckle as wperlntendent or Schools.
SIOOO.OO. ‘
The County Auditor was “that.
{medtoacttorthenoardmthemp
iter of settlement with the rem-u
{Government for right-of-way thrul
county lands. The right-ot-ny Inl
questionlstobemedforthenonr
neville Power Line.
A lease to the Anderson Bros. on
Nls of Section 35-10-24, tox- gm.
in: Purposes for a term of one year
was approved.
On motion the board adjourned
to meet September 5. 1939 at 11 am.
The Board of County Commie.
aloners met at their office Bepm
bers,l939atlla.m.Anmm
59108 mt.
Chin; W Benton cum
were approved and ordered pud‘
from the Proper funds as follows:
omm Expense Fund warrants
39088 to 39103. Inc. 395233.
Public Assistance Fund, warrant.
1419 t 0 1483. me. 81,938.10.
‘ The PM?! budgets for the
various county offices for the yen
-1940 were adopted and notice there
of ordered published in W
lwith law.
! Permission was granted to the
' State College of Washington, spon
fsq- of Historical Records Survey. to
. make a survey and meme Inven
’tm'y of countyreoords.
'Aheaflncwasheldmtheno
tioe of intention to «cute .3
emergency in the sum of $1,000.00
afar the purpose of employins spec
"w attorneys to mt Benton
lemma? in the Northern mm:
.331”!!! Company's tax one. No‘
one appearing to object it was or
dered that the emmcybemb.
fished. ,
On motion the Board Idiom-nee
The Board of County Commu
stoners met at their office Septua-
ber9.mullm.wmemm
Dengue-eat.
Caninpmperueswquuedbythe
county through tn foreclosure were
’ordened gavel-theta to be sold. the
notice of ale theme! to be given
bythecmmtyflusum. |
On motion the board mom-hem
tomeetOotoberz.l9B9.et 11 um
mum.
Clerk of the 80ml 0! County}
Commissioners.
NOTICE OF can: 0? COUNTY
PROPERTY
State at Washington. County of
Benton, cs.
Notice is hereby given, thct in oc
cordance with on order heretofore
entered on the 9th day of Septem
ber. um. by the Board of County‘
Commissioners of said county. di
recting the ale of the reel proper
ty herein-{ta described. acquired
by mid county for delinquent tones
under a: foreclosure suit end sale.
I. the undersigned County Treasur
er ot‘uid county. will. on the 7th
day of October. 1989. commencing at
the hour of 10 o'clock n.m.. and
continuim until the hour of i o'-
clock pm. of said day. unless the
:property hereinafter described shall
:sooner hecold at the front door of
the County Court House in Prcsser
linuidcountymasmeaeu to the
highest bidder for cash or on lead
conmqt the following described
lproperty. situated in said county.
end described as follows. town:
1. South ct cone! oi' Tact; 83
anduinnnnfordmtinsection
17. Township 13 North. Range 27
awn. minimum sale price 855.00.
‘ 2. Beginning ct the Northwest
learner of not i: thence South
Mam feet: thence nut 25 feet:
thence North 25 feet to meander
line; thence Northwesterly clone
snidlineszfnofeettopointofbe
ginning. Put of not I: clso known '
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to White 3mm. minimum sole 1
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By C. M. PAYNE
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SIMON! NI. PUBLICATION
In the Superior Court 01 the State
of Washington In mo tor Benton
County.
J. H. Evett and Rhoda Evett. bus
band and wire. plaintiffs. vs.
I". A. Allen and Jane Doe Allen.
true name unknown. husband and
wife; A. Simpson and Jane Doe
Simpson. true name unknown. hus
band and wire; J. 1!. Brooks and
Jane Doe Brook. true name un
known. husband and wire; Eliza
beth A. Oourtway; Lillian 1". Smith;
John E. Healey; Emma Tubbs: J.
8. Harvey and Eliza Harvey. hus
band and wire; N. N. Gar-st and
Annie Carat. husband and wife. A.
It. Neher. Pete Olsen and Jane Doe
Olsen. true name unknown. hus
band and wife; the unknown heirs
of n. J. Heaiy. whose name also ap
lpesrs as Maurice J. Healey. de
ceased. end all other persons and
parties unknown. claiminc any
right. title. estate. lien. or interest
inandtotherealpmpertydescrib
ed in the complaint beieln. de
fendsnts.
To the ebove nemed defendente.
end eech of them:
you ere hereby summoned to eppeer
within sixty deye efter the date of
the first publication of this sum
mons to-wit: Within sixty den
efter the 17th day of August. 1930.
and defend the ebove entitled ac
tion in the ebove entitled court and
answer the compleint of the plain
fe end nerve e copy of your em
wer upon the undersigned ettor
neyc for Pieintiffe et their office
below stated, and in one of your
failure to to do. ”Mont will be
rendered needn‘t you according to
the demend of the compleint. which
hubeenfiledwiththeclerkof
seidcourt. Theobiectofthieec
tion is to recover Judgment egeinet
the etoieleid defendente. end each
jof them. herring eeid defendente.
‘end eech of than. from hereetter
chiming or wrung en. right. ti
tle. eetete. lien or intact in end
to the following deecrihu reel
m to-vit:
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and theflorth hufofmmmmd
71. m In the Pint of mutant Ir.
Mutton and Power company. It
fluted linden: Section ae.m.la
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the pint thereof on me and of
moon! in the office at the Auditor
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pluntltu ceneul ‘ mutt-Me tenet.
Walton & Powell, Attorney: (or
mum. Office and P. 0. Andrea.
Kennewick. Benton County. Wuh-
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