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FOR SALE—Good standard-size
ping pong table, in good condi
tion, very reasonable. J. B. Talbott,
phone 2463. 26p
FOR SALE—Good cedarmpdsits, any
size, delivered, Leave order. 0.
Elshire, Burbank, Wn. 264 p
FOR SALE—The new houe 518 Ave.
E. is completed and ready for in
spection. House 24x32 with garage
and 'wx2lo lot, 317:50 a month buys
11:. 26p
FOR SALE—Dahlias. Now In full
bloom and at their best. New.
hardy Chrysanthemums. Fruit,
shade trees, ornamental shrubbery.
Plan your fall planting now. Wfllm
sen, Richland, Wash. 26c
FOR SALE—Delicious and Winesap
apples. L. H. Raymond. phone 2011
or 2354. 251:1
ROOM FOR RENT—large furnace
heated bedroom, new twin beds,
close in, phone 1474, Kennewick,
Washington. 26pt1'
FOR SALE—IOO or more No. 3 traps
and instructions on how to get
coyotes. My sets gets them all. Fred
Giard. 26-7 p
FOR SALE Dahlias; hardy
“Mums,” fall blooming iris. Now
in full bloom. Inspection invited.
Willmsen's, Richland, WaSh. 27p
FOR SAM—Registered Guernsey
cows and bull. Dr. F. J. Lemon,
Richland, Wash. 27p
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WANTED To BUY—Two ton 01'
wheat for chickens Wil-l pay three
cents above market and sacks re
‘tumed. M. F. Kippes, River Road,
phone 3223. 27p
WANTEDACO buy fresh milch
coWs or cows that will freshen
soon. Farmers Exchange. 26-27 c
WAN'lnD—Wood for fireplace use.
Gene Spaulding. 26c
RELIABLE MAN WANTED—An
established Watkins Route is now
available for reliable man with car.
See 0. G. Whitney, Route 2, Ken
newick for full information. 24-8 c
WANTED—To buy heifers from
weaners up; also horses and wean
ing pigs for sale. Jens Lande & Sons.
5 miles southeast Kennewick. apt:
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your winter’s reading. “An-y Mag
agine, anywhere.” F. E. Masters, at
Hotel Kennewick. . 27p
1 BUILD A sum norm: em 5%
equity required. Chas. Spears. at
tandard Lumber Co. a:
WALL {RAPER MEANING—SOc per
room and up. Paper hanging rea
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weeks ago, buckskin mare. blind
in left eye, branded cross over bar
on left hlndleg;mt. about 1250.
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FOR SALE—S.-room house for
$1200.00, terms;
6-room house, 2nd Avenue,
$1250.00, terms.
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proved, price very reasonable.
21 acres, house, improved,
$1200.00, low terms.
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CHRISTIAN CHURCH
Comer Third and Washington
‘J. A. Pine, Minister
Bible school 10 am.
Morning church service at 11 am.,
sermon theme, “The Acid Test in
a Christian’s Life."
Christian Endeavor. 7 pm.
Evening church service, 8 p.m.,
sermon theme, “God's Last Message
to the Old Testament Jews.”
s'r. PAUL’S cannon
(Episcopal)
Rev. Frederick}. Senmmg, PhD.
Sunday, October 6
9:00 am. Church school.
10:00 a.m. Divine Worship; Holy
Communion with sermon.
Wednesday, October 9
7:30 pm. Bishop’s Committee
meeting.
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Rollin B. Holden, Pastor
Communion Sunday
10:30 Morning Worship. Commun
ion meditation and Bible study in
classes.
7:30 Evening Gospel service. Note
change of time.
7 :30 Tuesday evening service at
Wallula church.
7:30 Wednesday Mid-week ser
vice in church parlors. Studying
the book of Revelation. Visitors
welcome.
. Rally Sunday was well observed
last Sunday and the outlook for the
work for the fall and winter is fine.
CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE
J. N. NOL'I‘, Pastor
Sunday Bible school at 10 a.m.,
Wm Mills, superintendent.
Morning worship at 11 a.m. The
theme, “The Strong and the Weak.”
‘ Young People, Juniors and Pray
er Services at 6:45 pm.
Even-ins Evangelistic Service at
7:30 p.m., theme, “Noah and the
Coming of Jesus.”
Mid-week prayer service Wednes
day at. 7:30 pm.
mm LUTHERAN
Third and Benton Bt.
KQKMIHI, pastor
Divine services Sunday at 19:30
a.m.
Sunday school at 9:30 a.m..
Christian , Fellowship league
meets Sum evening at 8 pm.
Voters meeting Monday_ evening.
Walther League meets fur Topic
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THE WCK. (WASH) COURIER-REPORTER
Vicar
Nebraska Visitors
Guests at Dye Home
HOVER—Mr. and Mrs. Art Rog
gasch and children, Genevieve. Den
nis, Virgene and Kenneth and Mr.
and Mrs. William Dunne of Rose.
Nebraska, were overnight guests at
the Alvin Dye home Monday. While
here they visited the Austin Schu
berbert and Howard Ash families.
Mr. and Mrs. William Wilson
spent the week end in Walla Walla
The Hover Ladies Aid met Tues
day afternoon with Mrs. H. Hamp
ton as hostess.
Walter Hughes jointed me army
and left Monday for Spokane to
take examinations.
Mrs. John Franklin came Satur
day to spend a few days with her
daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and
Mrs. Carl Evans. She was en route
from Grants Pass, Ore., to her home
at Post Falls, Idaho. While in
Grants Pass she visited her mother,
Mary E. McGuire, one of the old
pioneer residents of this community.
Mr. and Mrs. Wilson of Pleasant
Prairie came Friday to visit his son
and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.
William Wilson.
Mrs. E. J. Harper of Portland, Ore.
came Friday to attend the Harvest
Festival. She was an overnight
guest of Mrs. Lulu Geisler, return
ing to Portland Saturday.
Many a Kennewick family, in
keeping up with their neighbors ,has
fallen behind with their creditors.
A presidential campaign war
cry, “sticks and stones will break
my bones but names will never hurt
me.”
Summons by Publication
In the Superior Court of the State
of Washington in and for Benton
County.
Margaret Campbell, plaintiff, vs.
The unknown heirs of W. 0. Ma
guire, deceased, and all persons and
parties unknown claiming any right,
title, estate, lien or interest in and
to the property described in the
complaint herein, defendants.
The State of WashingtonzA
To the unknown heirs of W. C.
Maguire, deceased, and all persons
and parties unknown claiming any
right, title, estate, lien or interest
in and to the property described in
the complaint herein, defendants:
You are hereby summoned to ap
pear within sixty days after the date
of the first publication of this sum
mons, to-wit, within sixty days aft
er the 26th day of September, 1940,
and defend the above entitled ac
tion in the above entitled court. and
answer the complaint of the plain
tiff and serve a copy of your an
swer upon the undersigned attor
neys for plaintiff at their office be
ilow stated, and in case of your
failure so to do Judgment will be
‘entered against you according to
the demand of the complaint which
lhas been filed with the Clerk of
lsaid Court.
The object of said action is to
recover judgment in favor of
plaintiff against the defendants, ad
judging plaintiff to be the owner
in fee of the following described
real property, to-wit:
Lot 17, Block 28, less the south
10 feet thereof, in Olmsted Addition
to Kennewick, according to the plat
thereof on file and of record in the
office of the A ditor of Benton
County, Washingon,
and quieting title to said real
property in plaintiff, and to recover
general eguitgplggnqr-g: _
1101211303 & Pom,
Atttomeys for Plaintiff, Office
and P. 0. Address, Kennewick, Ben
ton County. Washington. 9:26-10:24
Notice of Hearing on Final Account
and Petition for Distribution
' No. 1910
In the Superior Court of the State
of Washington in and for Benton
County.
Inthemntieroftheateteotw.
E. Masher, deceased.
Notice is hereby given that Frank
Masher. administrator of the above
entitled estate, has filed his Final
Account and Petition for Distribu
tion in the office of the Clerk of
the above entitled Court, and that
the Court is asked to settle said
Final Account. to distribute the
property of said estate to the heirs
or persons entitled to the same and
to discharge the administrator.
Said Find Account and Petition
do: Distribution will he heard by
the Court et the Court House in
Prosser. Benton County. Washing
ton. on the 24th day of October.
1940. at the hour of 10 o'clock. am.
FRANK KOSHER, Administrator.
By Moulton 8: Powell. his attor
neys.
Moulton 8: Powell, Attorney for
Administrator, Kennewick. Wash
ington. 9:26-10:10
Notice of Port District Hearing
Notice is hereby given that a pub
lic hearing will be held in the City
Hall at Kennewick, Washington on
the 7th day of October. 1940 at the
hour of 8 o'clock pm. for the con
sideration of a comprehensive
scheme of harbor improvement in
the Port of Kennewick, which com
prehensive scheme of harbor im
provement is in accordance with
plans prepared by the Port Com
mission of the Port of Kennewick
and are open to inspection at the
office of the Secretary of the Dis
trict by any person or persons in
terested therein.
Anyone interested in said com
prehensive scheme of harbor im
provement may appear at said
hearing and assert any rights and
exercise any priviligos in accord
with law. ‘
Given by order of the Port Com
mission of the Port of Kennewick,
this 25th day of September, 1940.
9:26-1023 A. I. SMITH.
Secretary of Port. of Kennewick.
Notice by County Election Board of
General Election for Presidential.
Vice Presidential, U S Senntorlnl.
Congresdonnl, Judicial, Stnte,
Legblntive and County Offices.
and to vote on Certain Initiative
and Referendum Measures and
Amendments to the State Con
stitution '
Notice is hereby given. that on
the sth day of November, A. D. 1940.
in the County of Benton, State of
Washington, a General Election will
be held to elect Residential, Vice
iPresidential, United States Sena
torial, Congressional, Supreme Court
Judicial, Superior Court Judicial,
State, Legislative and County of
ficers ,and Justices of the Peace
when any are to be elected at said
General Election, and to vote on In
itiative Measures‘numbers one hun
dred thirty-nine and one hundred
forty-one, Referendum Bill num
ber five, and on the question of Re
pealing Section Seven of Article XI.
Amending Section Eleven of Article
XII, and of adding a new section, to
be known as Section Twenty-six. to
Article 111. of the State Constitu
tion, at which General Election the
polls will be and remain open from
8 o’clock in the morning until a o’- ‘
clock in the evening of said day. ‘
; Said General Election shall be
held at the regular polling places in
each precinct in said County.
The following are the Ballot Titles
of the Initiative and Referendum
Measures and of the Constitutional
Amendments to be voted upon at
the General Election November sth,
1940:
Initiative Measure No. 139. Entitled:
“An—Act requiring voters' approval
of bonds, securities, or other finan
cial obligations to be issued, assum
ed, or incurred by any public utility
district for the purpose of financing
the acquisition of property for use
in supplying public utility service,
and of the proposed plan or system
pursuant to which such property is
to be acquired and used; providing
for the manner of submitting such
propositions to the voters at elec
tions; specifying the minimum vote
required on such propositions; and
making similar provision for pend
ing condemnation actions or pro
ceedings to acquire such property
before incurring indebtedness."
Initiative Measure No. 141, Entitled:
“An Act providing a minimum of
S4O monthly to senior citizens over
the age of 85 years; defining in
comes; naming eligibility: conform
ing state and federal matching
funds and age limit; providing for
age and length of residence; pro
viding for .the investigation of appli
cants by either the Departmuit of
Social Security or other department
designated by the legislature; mo
vlding for a fair hearing before the
director and fa- appeals to the
com-ts and introduction of new tes
timony: providing for burial ex
penses and other care: making all
records confidential: abolishing
liens on property: repealing all oth
er acts in conflict herewith."
Referendum Bill No. 5. Entitled:
“An Act relating to taxation: lim
iting the aggregate annual rate of
BJGMJ’AYNE
levy on real and personal property
for state. county. city or town. school
district and road district purposes
to forty mills; limiting the levy for
the state to two mills to be used ex
clusively for the support of the Un
iversity of Washington, Washing
ton State College and the Normal
Schools: limiting the levy by coun
ties. cities and towns. school dis
tricts and road districts to certain
daisnated maximums: excepting
port or power districts from the op
eration of the act; and providing
that additional levies may be made
as therein provided.”
Amendment to the State Consum
tion Proposed by the Legislature
“A Resolution amending the Con
stitution of the State of Washington
by repealing Section 7 of Article XI
which section limits the tenure of
county officers to two successive
terms."
Amendment to the State Consu
tutlon Proposed by the W
“A Resolution amending Section
11. Article XII of State Constitu
tion authorizing legislature to pro
vide that stockholders of banks or
ganized under laws of this state
which shall provide and furnish.
thru membership in Federal Deposit
Insurance Corporation or any other
instrumentality of the United States
Government. insurance or security
ior payment of debts equivalent to
requirements furnished by national
banks be relieved from personal
liability to some extent as stock
holders in National banks under
federal law.’ '
Amendment to the sate Constitu
tion Proposal by the legislature:
“A Resolutién amending Article
In of the State Constitution by add-
GERVITA
Bread can
now be had
at all the
leading
grocers
“Oh Boy, Mom! This Bread is GOOD!”
So fresh, you can tell it came right out of the
oven of Belair’s Bakery. So nourishing, you‘cal}
be sure that Belair uses only the finest, ncnesi:
ingredients in this famous bread. Serve it on
your table tonight; give it to the kiddies for their
after-school snack—the whole family wil love its
wonderful oven-fresh, flavor.
Kennewick Bakery
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You need not be a deporitor to enjoy this handy
service. Notional Baal: of Commerce Money Order
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KENNEWICK BRANCH
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Order From Your Grocer
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up to 81”."
ing a new section. to be known as
Section 26. providing that the peo
ple. by initiative. or the legislature
by appropriate enactment. may “it.
change. raise or lbwer the salary of
any constitutional officer of tlw
state. including members of the log
islature. but limiting the. salary or
legislators to fifty dollars per month.
and repealing all constitutional sal
ary limitations.
The following officers are to be
elected at said General Election:
President and Vice-President of
the United States.
One United States Senator.
One Representative in Congress,
Fourth District.
Three Judges of the Supreme
Court of this State.
One Judge 01 the Superior Court.
One Governor.
One Lieutenant Governor.
One Secretary of State.
One State Treasurer.
One State Auditor.
One Attorney-General
One Superintendent of Pubnc In
struction.
One Commissioner of Public
Lands.
One State Insurance Commis
sinner.
One State Senator. Sixteenth Dis
met. _7
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taeenth District.
One County Commissioner. First
District.
One County Commissioner. Third
District.
In witness whereof. I have here
unto set my hand and official seal
this sth day of October. A. D. 19w.
HARLEY E. Clix“ ...AN.
County Auditor of Benton County.
Washington.
For County Election Board. 10:3
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