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553 AND GAPS—Hats cleaned
“mocked 60c; caps cleaned 25c.
Dye Works. phone one
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M”, 05m. grain and other
All“ ”mice for sale in season. See
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w nmnediate delivery. R. G.
W Sunnyacrw Hatchery,
W' phone 2851. 49tfc
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Imam—Horses and mules; good
Ild mm machinery. Kenne
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sALE—Bees. Inquire of F.
“lawman. 2, Kennewick. 8-9 c
W TRADE 5-room
M house, except heat, new
M. 1100“. large screened porches;
my of shade, some berries and
”a; new shingled wood shed and
”a. Will trade for 3- or 4—room
fl‘mme, near neighborhood of
Wehurch. Inquire at 19 Kent
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you wan—Fairfax strawberries.
as cute, pick them yourself and
w on containers. C. E. Sam
.i, West Highlands. 8-91)
m ans—l93s International 94-
“ pump in good condition.
m. Phone 2703. 8d
W 01: SAlE—Petunias, ast
ndnnlas, labelia, snaps, salvias,
mas. tomatoes, peppers, 888-
mb, 15c dozen. Strong, thrifty,
muted. You save money here.
When. Richland. 9c
an um 08 TRADE for potato
m—hane—buflt, 3-wheel tract
a, good condition. Pete Erickson,
M Ekhlands. 9-10 c
MENTION-Mr. and Mrs Flow
clover! You are cordially invit
ed to visit my trial gardens and
moo beautiful Pacific strain Del
pimmms, a rare black my; a gas
gm, garden huckleberries, roses,
Mia-bury bells, Madonna lilies,
min mu bloom and at their best.
Notification what so ever. Willm
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3 Chev. Sedan ‘
38 Ford Sedan i
36 Ford Coupe ‘
36 DeSoto Tudor I
29 Dodge Coupe 1
32 Essex Coupe !
We Have so 1930 and 31 Fords and%
Chevmlets. 1
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Kennewick Auto Co.
8810! Phone 100 gem“
SPEND A MINUTE and safe a life.
Have your car tested on the Wea
ver Safety Lane at E. C. Smith Moe,
tor 00. Mt!
'11" YOU find that you need some
-' more flume, better come down to
ithe Potlatch Yard right now. We
have some good six-inch cedar flume
that we are selling for 826 per thous-
I and. We have many other specials
lin building materials on hand at
alltimes. Seeusforanythingin
this line, as we can save you money
"in nearly every instance. it!
FOR SALE—ISm mower sharpen
ing, better than new. Machine
ground. Columbia Electric Co. 511:!
FOR SALE—Two-months-old Eng
lish setter pups. $5 Phone 1331.
C. B. Chellis. 9c
FOR. SALE—Six-room house with
nice shady lawn, in town, mod
erately priced. Inquire 117 W. Sec
ond Avenue. *
“1111111 Miscellaneous IIIIII“
L._ W. CLARKvaestockulguyg yin
buy your milk cows. Would buy
entire herd if you are quitting bus
iness. Need 20 Guernseys or Jer
seys now and 7 Holsteins. Call me
at Yakima, Route 7, phone 9232. We
THE AMERICAN PRODUCTS CO.
wants your live or dead horses
and cows. Our truck will call every
day except Sunday, at Benton City,
Rphland, Pasco and Kennewick.
Phone 2161, at Grange Supply, Inc.
at onee during hot weather before
9 am. American Products Company.
Yakima. stfc
BUILD A SMALL HOME! Unly 5%
equity required. Chas. Spears, at
Standard Lumber Co. 4t:
amen mam see
R s. Richards, 311 Washington
an. kennewick, tor bait worms. 13p
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FOR RENT—Modern 2-room apart
ment. See Mrs. Trier. 9c
pun-ham '
Better Used Cars .‘
BUY , '
FROM A
Dependable Dealer
Kennewick Auto Co.
Plume 100
S’MATTER POP— Here’s Another Suggestion, Kids
MESCAL IKE By 5.1. HUNTLEY
CITIZENS 0F KENNEWICK
You have a ganbage and refuse
disposal service available. Why take
chances on fire and unsanitary con
ditions? One is just as destructive
as the other. King’s Garbage Dis
posal Service will dispose of single
family garbage at 1295 c per week.
Business house refuse from 10c to
25c per day and will be picked up
daily. Phone Pasco 436 and phone
calls will be charged to King’s Gar
bage Disposal. 9-13 p
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WANTED—To buy heifers from
weaners up: also horses and wean
ing pigs for sale. Jens Lande 8: Sons.
5 miles southeast Kennewick. 9ptf
WANTED—MaIe. instruction. Men
interested in qualifying for good
pay auto body-fender repair work.
Put in few hours’ weekly learning
at home. Chance to train for high
er pay job or to operate own bus
iness. Write Autocrafts Training
Co.. Box A, care of this paper. 9p
Moulton Speaks to the
RC. Graduating Class
BENTON CITY—Ten students re
ceived their diplomas Wednesday
evening at the high school com
’mencement exercises held in the
high school auditorium. The or
‘chestra played two numbers and
‘the Rev. C. W. Geiszler gave the
invocation. Wallace Roop, John
Roop and Merle Russell played an
instrumental trio: Wallace Roop
gave the salutatory and Mary
Thompson the valedictory. Mark
M. Moulton of Kennewick delivered
the commencement address, using as
his subject “Freedom.” Superin
tendent M. W. Roop presented the
class Mary Thompson received the
W. s. C. Scholarship and her
Torch Honor Society pin and Wal
lace Roop received his Torch pin.
Grady Wilson, school board director,
presented the diplomas. Members of p
the class are Mary Thompson, Wal- ‘
lace Roop, Connie Carpenter, Lu
cille Hubbard, Eunice and Charles
King: Earl Hadley, Evan Chapman,
Ben Wallace and Dean Van De-l
Venter. T
Mrs. I. M. Hartman was hostess
Wednesday afternoon to the Ladies’
Aid. -A miscellaneous roll call was
given and short business meeting
conducted. Mrs. W. A. Plotner of
San Bernardino, California, a for
mer member, was a guest. The next
meeting will be June 19 in the
church basement with Mrs. W. E.
Fillmore hostess.
Donald and Robert Hanson re—
}turned Friday from Snohomish,
.where they went Thursday eve
‘ning to bring back a truck beling
ing to the Hershey Packing Cor
poration to use in the harvest of
the green pea crop, which began
Saturday.
Teachers Journey
School closed Friday and several
of the out-or-town teachers left for 1
their homes Miss Helen Hopkins
went to Coulee City, her parents,l
Dr. and Mrs.. E. H. Hopkins, driving I
over for her. Miss Vera Smith left
for Valley City, N. Dakota and Mrs.
Margaret Chitwood for Winton,
where her husband, a biologist with
the state game commission, is now
located. The Chitwoods will go to
Michigan in July and take delivery
or a new car. Miss Evelyn Moore.
whose home is in Wenatchee, re
mained here until Monday, when
she accompanied her brother, Roy
FOR EXCHANGE-Good in
come property, Seattle, for ex
change 40 acres with buildings.
FOR SALE—Three; good reu
denoe properties. well located.
I'oß SALE—2O acres navy
soil. brass. wm accept stock as
partmyment.
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Moore and family of Rock Island
tor Pullman. where they visited a
sister until Wedneschy. Robert
Pelley left Monday for Washougal
and Portland. Miss Hopkins and
Pelley will not return negt gall.
DHmNewCußack
Earl Cobb returned Friday from
a three weeks’ vacation trip. He
took delivery of a new car at Pon
tiac, Michigan and visited his rela
tives and Mrs. Cobb's parents at
Goldwater. Michigan and returned
home by Texas. where.he visited a
niece.
Commissioners Proceedings
The Board of County Commis
sioners met May 1, 1940, at 11:00
am. All members being present.
Claims against Benton County
Road Fund were approved and or
dered paid from that fund as fol
lows:
County Road Fund. Warrants
7129 to 7359 me, $10,802.65.
Irene Hughes was sworn in as
County Commissioner for the 3rd
Commissioner District.
A notice to bidders for the pur
chase of a car for Road District
No. 2 and a stationary diesel motor
for the crusher plant was ordered
published, said bids to be Opened
May 18, 1940 at 10:00 am.
On motion the Board adjourned
to meet May 6, 1940, at 11:00.
The Board of County Commis
sioners met May 6, 1940, at 11:00
am. All members being present.
Claims against Benton County
were approved and ordered paid
from the proper funds as follows:
Current Expense Fund War
rants 300477t040141 inc.. 34.75430.
Public Assistance r‘uhdf Wir
rapts 2903 to 39:31 m., 31,979 99.
A notice to bidders for the pur
chase of a car for Road District
No. 3 was ordered published, said
bids to be opened May 25, 1940, at
10:00 am.
Bids for the county printing for
the year beg-inning July 1, 1940, to
June 30, 1941, were opened at this
time and the contract was award
ed' to the Prosser Printing 00.
On motion the Board adjourned to
me_et May 10, 1940, atlo:oo am.
Certain properties acquired by the
county through tax foreclosure were
ordered advertised to be sold. the
notice of sale thereof to be given by
the county treesurer.
On motion the Board adjourned
to meet May 18, 1940, at 10:00 am.
The Board of County Commis
sioners met May 18, 1940, at 10:00
am. All members being present.
Bids for the purchase of a pas
senger car for Road District No. 2
and for a diesel stationary motor
for the rock crusher plant were
opened at this time. The Prosser
Motor Co. was awarded the contract
for the purchase of the car and
Webb Tractor and Equipment 00.
Was awarded the contract for the
purchase of the diesel motor.
A resoluiion dééfififiwghfif emer-
. SEARS’
Representative in the
Paséo-Kennewick
District
Ray
Matthews
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Kennewick 593
SHOP
and
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at
SEARS .
gency in the Justice Court budget
tortheyearlmmthesumot
8250.00 was passed.
On motion the Board adjunct!
to meet my 25. 1940. at 10:00 a. m.
Bids for the purchase of 1 pos
senger ear for Road District No. 3
were opened and E. C. Smith
Motor Co. was awarded the con
tract of purchase.
On motion the Board adjourned to
meet June 3. at 11:00 am.
8. E. CHAPMAN.
Clerk of the Board of Coun
ty Commissioners. 5:30
NOTICE OF SHERIFF’S SALE OF
REAL ESTATE
Under Special Execution
Cause No. 8823
In the Superior Court of the State
of Washington. for Benton
County.
The Federal Land Bank of Spo
tame. a corporation. plaintiff. vs.
Lillie Waldorf. et al., defendants.
Under and by virtue of a special
execution and order of sale issued
outcd’andunderthesealoftheSu
perlor Court of the State of Wash
ington, in and for the above-named
County. on the 15th day of May.
1940. upon a. judgment rendered in
said Court on the 15th day of May.
1940 in favor of The Federal Land
Bank of Spokane. and against Lil
lie Waldorf. et al., which judgment
is a Decree of Foreclosure against
the hereafter described real proper-‘
ty. for the sum of $713.00 Dollars.‘
together with attorney's fees. inter- ‘
est. costs and increased costs. and!
to me directed and delivered. com
manding me to sell the following
described property to satisfy said
Judgment. to-wit:
That part of the Southwest Quar
ter of the Northeast Quarter of
Section Twenty-two. Township
Eight North. Range Thirty East of
the Willamette Meridan lying South
and West of Spokane. Portland a:
Seattle Railway right of way.
Subject tot-Pole Line Easement of
Pacific Power a; Light Company.
Together with all water and wa
ter rights used upon or appurtenant
to said lands and however evidenced.
Together with any and all ten
ements. hereditaments and appur
tenances thereunto belonging or
used in connection therewith.
All situated in Benton County.
‘ State of Washington.
Notice is hereby given. that on
Saturday. the 22nd day of June.
1940.at100'ciockinthefomoon
lofsaidday.lwillselltheabove
described property or so much there
of as may be necmary to satisfy
said judgment. together with attor
ney’s foes. interest. costs and in
creased costs.
Said sale will take place at the
front door of the court house at
Prosser. in said county and state.
and will be at public auction. for
cad: in hand to the‘ highest and
best bidder. '
Dated at Prosser. Washington this
15th day of May. 1940.
A. H. atom.
Sheriff of Said County
5:23-6:20 By Bert Strom. Deputy.
NOTICE 05541;. or COUNTY
PROPERTY
’ State or Washington, County of
Benton. ss.
Notice is hereby given, that in ac
cordance with an order heretofore
entered on the'loth day of my.
1940. by the Board oi! County Com
misioners of said County, directing
the sale of the real property herein
after described. acquired by acid
County for delinquent taxes under
tax foreclosure suit and sale, I. the
undersigned County Treasurer of
said County, will. on the Bth day of
June. 1940. commencing at the hour
of 10 o'clock a.m., and continuing
until thehourotdo’clockP.n.ot
said day, unless the property here
inafter described shall sooner be
sold at the hunt door or the County
Court Home. in Prosser in said
County and State. sell to the high-
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tract. the following described prop
erty. situated in said County and
described a toilowe. to-wit:
City of Pruner. South 50 ieet. end
theNoi-tliioi'eetoinotZ; mam
14. inclusive. in Block 00. minimum
sale price. SIBO.OO.
City of Pioneer. Lots 15 to 2‘. in
clusive. Block 47. minimum ale
price. 810000.
Evan‘s Second Addition to City of
homer. mu 2! to 24. inclusive.
Block 6. minimum sale price. “0.00.
Evan's Second Addition to City of
Prosser. not: 1 and 2. Block 8. min
imum sole price. 820.00.
Creoson's Addition to City 0!
Prosser. not: 6 to 11. inclusive.
Block 6; Lots 7 to 12. inclusive.
Block 7: all Block 8; oil Block 9;
allBlocklo;TunotNo. 1311::
Block 14. duct-inet! no follow: Be
linninzotopointonWectlineor
Cleooon's Addition to Prone: 600
feet. North of center line or "A"
Street no 7458 i'eet South 0! NW
corner of said Addition; thence
Swtholonsqutlineoi'aidAddim
tiontoSWcornerorßlock “of
aid Addition: thence lint clans;
South line of said Block 14 to SE}
corner oi! said Block 14; thence}
North and Easterly along the Eat
erlylineoinidnlock utotheNE
corner of Lot l of said Block 1c:
thence in a direct line Northwesterly
to point 0! beginning. minimum sale
price. 825.00.
Hantord Maude. Lots 5. 6. 7. 24.
25 and 28. Blfck 23; not: 5. 6. 7. 24.
25 and 26. Bock 33. minimum sale
price. seam.
Buford made. South-halt of
mammotmumd 15.
Block 28, minimum sale price. 326.00.
All Section 19. m. 8 31.. Range
3: EWM. minimum sale price. $610.-
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County. Washington.
By Ellen Berndt, Deputy Omty
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be not the owner of the improve—
ments. must lorthwith pay to the
officer making the sale the full
amount or the appraised value or
the improvements. as above stated.
One-tenth of the purchase price
must be paid annually thereuter
with interest on all deterred pay
ments at the rate or six per centum
per annum: Piovided. That any
purchaser may make full payment
of principal. interest and statutory
fees at any time and obtain deed.
The purchaser of land containinc
timber or other valuable materials
is prohibited by law from cutting or
removing any such timber or mater
ials without first obtaining consent
of the Commissioner of Public
Lands. until the full amount at the
purchase price has been paid and
deed issued.
All ssies or state tunes are made
subject to the reservations of oils.
asses. cosi. ores. minerals snd 10s
}siis or every name. kind and des
cription. sud to the additional terms
‘snd conditions prescribed in action
8 of chspter 256 of the Laws 0! 1907.
‘ Ssid lsnd will be sold subject to
the terms. conditions and reservs
tions of chapter 312 of the Session
Luvs or 1927. reisting to essements
(or richts-obwsy and the carrying
01 timber. stone. minersis and oth
er products over the some.
ALBERT c. MARTIN.
Commissioner of Public Lands.
(SEAL) 5:2-30
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snow nuns
To all whom it may concern: This
is to certify. That the following des
‘cribed lands. situated in Benton
‘County. Washington. will be altered
‘lor lease on Tuesday. the 4th day
10! June. 1900 at ten o'clock a.m.,
1n (rout of the Court House of Ben
ton County. at public auction ? the
highest bidder for a term 0 five
years. Each bidder will he requir
edtodepositacertitied check,cer
titicate 01 deposit payable to the
County Audltor. or cash. equal in
amounttothetirstyear'srentalot
such land in accordance with his
hld. Wther wlth $2.00. the statu
tory fee {or Issuing a lease.
No improvements shall be placed
on State Lands except by writt.
peunlssion or the Commissioner.
No lessee shall without the writ
ten consent of the Commissioner re
main in possesslon at the land or
lmpnovenwnts after the expiration
of the lease.
Wwodm—
(‘l'. lane)
an shore and: of thl uoond
clan. owned by the sum of Wash
lnflon. 31mm In from of. adh
ceut to or abutting upon Trust 9.
Monitor's Plat No. a 0! Rover. be
an. u put of lots 1 and 8. section
a.mwn-th'znonmnmum.
w. m. with a frontage of 6.28 un
eu chum. more or less.
mun—42om per onnum.
Man—five (5) Your.
Note: tense must be a citinn of
the United State- or home doclu'od.
in good faith. his intention to he
come ouch—Chapter to, Low: 1921.
Rota-Mints tor deposits undo
with applications ~to lease my ho
used by Wt only. I: cuh on
date or leasing.
Witnuomyiundondloolotol
{ice affixed this 27th day of April.
State of wuhlncton. County of
Benton. u. c
Comm-toner or rum}: una- ot'
the Outed WM. 5:340
Business and
Professional
DIRECTORY
BENTON COUNTY
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