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fl. For Sale mum"
351 M pounds lard: six
”gale Island Red pullets and six
”ed Rpck pulletsz- fourth cutting
w my. N. L. Foraker, West
W. 28p
’86“? OR TRADE—22 acres at,
$6503, Wash., all good son,
I” grant, independent pumping
P‘ m: buildings. Inquire of N.
PM Paterson, Wash., or Vic
kw», Rt. 2, Kennewick. 32p
’65 AND CAPS—Hats cleaned
“Wed 60c; caps cleaned 25c.
won me Works, phone one
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TED FARMS FOR SALE—
fi my, com. grain and other
”produce for sale in season. See
"Andrew, secy. Sunnyside Ir
,” mtrlct, Benton City,
3W 18th:.
WWW and mules: good
‘ '5 mm machinery. Kenne
i‘gmplelnent 00. 31;!
if
m SALE—No Hunting Signs, $1
I .m. Printing office. 31p
BENTON CGUNTY
Abstract & Title Go.
ms RIGHT
mus State Bank Building
DR. C. BRUNgV
unuamss PHYS! IAN
T came at Residence
in Ave. A Phone 1522
C. L. HOLCOMB
Lawyer
sonny PUBLIC
once Am. Security Building
omm Analytical
Eye Examinations
“new 3. OLSEN, on n.
an m. PASCO
n. L. LUNDY
Chiropractor
l mum Building
mammal. Rea. 262
1 Moulton & Powell
‘ LAW OFFICE
an. m m National Bank
WELLER FUNERAL
DIRECTORS
licensed non-amn
law Attendant
Mm. ACOOMODATIONS
v am am 2202
In A. H. WEGNER
)2 , mus'r
! '5“ Telephone Building
in: Phone 2021 Res. 2032
WRITER POP— Nice Training, Nice Traininf
WP;
FOR SALE—Good cedar posts, any
size, delivered. Leave order. C.
Elshire. Burbank, Wn. 26-8 p
ROOM FOR RENT—Large furnace
heated bedroom, new twin beds,
close in, phone 1474, Kennewick,
Washington. 26ptf
GROUND CHERRIES, 6c pound,
also medium size round heater,
wood or coal, good condition $4.00. F.
Volland, Kennewick. 28tf
FOR SALE Several loads good
kindling, good coal heater, cheap.
F. E. Masters, 107 N. Kent St. 28p
CANARIES FOR SALE Young
singers in full song also females,
yellow and dark, to be sold cheap.
19 Kent St. North. 281)
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tWAN'I'ED—Men to cut wood on
shares. Write me for further in
formation. E. A. Westemeyer, Mot
tinger, Wash. - 28 p
RELIABLE MAN WANTED—An
established Watkins Route is now
available for reliable man with car.
See C. G. Whitney, Route 2, Ken
newick for full information. 24-8 c
WANTED—To _ bqy heifers from
weaners up; also fiorses and 17333-
1113 pigs for sale. Jens Lande 8: Sons,
5 miles southeast Kennewick. 9ptf
Illlillll Mscellaneous lillllll
FARMERS ATTENTION—We will
make your hogs into, hams, bacon,
lard, sausage. Meat cut for lockers.
Meat Department McDonald’s Gro
cery. ‘ 2813 f
FOR RENT—Good garage at 119
Casc‘ade Street, $3 per month. 28p
EXPERmNCED WELL BIGGER—
D. M. Blair, Rt. 1, Kennewick,
Washington. . 28-32 p
BUILD A SMALL HOME! Only 5%
equity required. Chas. Spears, at
Standard Lumber Co. 4tf
DRESSMAKING & TAILORING—
Dresses, cotton 75c; rayon $1.00;
aprons, 25c. Also tailored button
holes from 1c each to 2 for sc;
hemstitching -6c per yd. Mrs. Helen
Moss, Hover, Wash. 28p
L. W. CLARK, livestock buyer will
buy your milk cows. Would buy
entire herd if you are quitting bus
iness. Need 20 Guernseys or Jet
seys now and 7 Holstems. Call me
at Yakima, Route 7, phone 9232. 3th:
SPEND A MINUTE and safe a life.
Have your car tested on the Wea
ver Safety Lane at E. C. Smith Mo
tor Co. 141:!
FOR SALE—s-room house for
$1200.00, terms.
G-room house. 2nd Avenue.
$1250.00. terms. .
Two 20-acre tracts, highly Im
proved, price very reasonable.
21 acres, house, improved.
$1200.00, low terms.
GASCOIGNE & FIFE
ASSEMBLY 01" a);
c. v. Shattuck, pastor
gundgy schoplft 10’ o’clock.
Preaching at 11 a.m.
Evangelistic services every night,
except Monday, at 7:30. Rev. Chas.
Thornton will :be speaking on Bible
prophecy and other important sub
jects. You will find a welcome.
There will be 8. Unity meeting at
the Masonic hall at 2:30 Monday
alternoon.
You mfg bluff it out in a large
city but a small town the folks
know when your bank account is
over-drawn.
- All Three: F ellahs- Cooperate
UNITY CLASS
WALL PAPER CLEANING—SOO per
room and up. Paper hanging réa
sonable, phone 1721, after 6 pm. :1
§§§§§§M§§§Ei§§i§
CHRISTIAN CHURCH
Comer Third and Washington
J. A. Pine, Minister
Bible school. 10 a.m.
Morning worship and sermon at
11 a.m. Sermon theme, “Ministers
of Jesus Christ.”
Misses Naomi Foraker and Ida
May Woodruff will sing “Jesus, I
M£C§OS§ Have Taken.”
Christian Endeavor at 6:30 pm.
Evening church service at 7:30 -p.
m. Sermon theme. “Regeneration vs.
Reformation.”
ST. PAUL'S CHURCH
(Episcopal)
Rev. Frederick Aim. Schmmg, mD.
V car '
Sunday, October 13—
9:00 a.m. church schodl.
10:00 a.m. Divine worship, morn
ing prayer and sermon.
Thursday, October 17—
2:30 pm. Guild meeting. Mrs. W.
J. Barnes, hostess.
ms'r BAPTIST CHURCH
Rollin B. Holden, Pastor
10 :30 morning worship service
with message by the pastor and
Bible study in classes. A unified ser
vice ending at 12:15. John 17:3 John
Knox text.
7:30 evening gospel service. Good
singing. Message on Psalm one.
“Planted by the Rivers."
Monday evening service at Wallu
la. church.
Wednesday evening in church
parlors, mid-week service of prayer
and Bible stury. Revelation is the
book under consideration.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hue attend
ed the association meeting at Yaki
ma this past week.
A get together meeting is soon
to be announced. A good social
time is promised by the committee.
“The Word of God is quick and
powerful.” We are commanded to
“Preach the Word." Bring your
Bible to church with you. Test what
you hear by it.
CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE
J. N. NOLT, Pastor
Bible school at 10 a.m., Wm. Mills,
superintendent.
Morning worship at 11 a.m. The
theme is “The Strong and the
Weak."
Young People. Juniors and Prayer
Service at 6:45.
Evangelistic service at 7:30 p.m.,
Theme, “Revlvals.”
Mid-week prayer service Wednes
day, 7:30 pm. A _ 7
Watch _for the advertisement of
our Revival beginning October 20.
BETHLEHEM LUTHERAN
Third and Benton at.
M. O. Knuth. pastor
Divine services Sunday at 10:30.
Sunday school at 9:30 am. "
Walther League meets on every
Thursday evening at 8 pm. . .
Due to the National Registration,
October 16. the East Washington
Conference which was to convene
in our midst from the 15-17 of this
month, will not convene until the
following week, October 22-24.
You are cordially invited to ’our
services.
FERST _ENGP"?! LUTHER!"
Second and Auburn Streets
Rev. Carl E. L. Lucky. Minute:
21st Sunda‘y After grimy
Divine serviceé at 11:»15. ’
Sermon theme, “Uncovering
Treasures of Wisdom," based on 001.
1:24.
Sunday school at 10:15.
The ladies aid will meet at the
Tm. IENNEWICKLjWASH.) COURIER-REPORTER
church on October 17. Hostesses are
Mrs. A. E. Glasow and Mrs. M. Gla
sow. Mrs. Fred Mills will‘give the
paper for the day.
Your attention is called to the
fact that october 13th is Roll Call
Sunday for iPacific Lutheran Col
lege. Special features of the ser
vice will emphasize this and there
will be special music. Come!
NOTICE OF HEARING ON PE
TITION FOR CONFIRMATION
No. 7012
In the Superior Court of the State
of Washington in and for Ben
ton County
In the matter of the petition of
Ted Watkins. M. N. Hudnall and F.
R. Gragg, directors of Kennewick
Irrigation District praying that the
proceedings for the issuance of
bonds to be used for refunding out
standing bonds or to be exchanged
for outstanding bonds be examined.
approved and confirmed by the
above entitled. Court.
Notice is hereby given that the
petition in me above entitled mat
ter, being the petition of the Board
of Directors of Kennewick Irriga
tion District, praying that the pro
ceedings authorizing the issuance
of bonds of said irrigation district
and the use thereof for refund-ing
purposes or the exchange thereof for
outstanding bonds be examined, ap
proved and confirmed by the court
has been filed and will, pursuant to
an order of the court be heard by
the court at the Court House in
Prosser, Benton County, Washing
ton on the 7th day of November,
1940, at the hour of ten o’clock in
the forenoon.
Notice is further given that any
person interested in the proceedings
authorizing ,the issuance of said
bonds and in the use thereof for
the purpose of refunding the out
standing bonded indebtedness of
the district or in tne exchange of
said bonds for bonds now outstand
ing may demur to or answer said
petition on or before the date fixed
«for the hearing of said petition as
hereinbefore stated. ‘
Notice is further given that the
prayer of the petition referred tol
in this notice is as follows:
“Wherefore your petitioners pray
that an order be entered by the
court fixing a time and place when 1
and where this petition may be
heard and directing the notice to be ;
given thereof and that upon final
hearing the court fully examine and ‘
determine the legality and validity
of and approve and confirm allt
proceedings described in this peti-,
tion which may in any manner or
degree affect the legality or validity
of bonds authorized at the election
described herein including the pro
vision for the use of bonds of said
issue for the purpose of refunding
the district’s outstanding bonded in
debtedness and including in the al
ternative the exchange of bonds of
said new issue for the outstanding
bonds of the district.
Your petitioners further pray that
the court examine and determine
the legality and validity of and
approve and confirm said new issue
of bonds authorized at said election
and the depository agreement be
tween the Director of Department
of Conservation and Development
and the Peoples National Bank of
Seattle.
Your petitioners further pray that
‘upon final hearing the court ex-‘
‘amine and determine the legality
‘and validity of and approve, ratify
and confirm all proceedings had by
iKennewick Irrigation District and
its Board of Directors and all acts
performed in connection therewith
Iby the officers of said district in
any manner or degree affecting the
aforesaid bond issue and declare and
adjudge that any and all bonds is
sued pursuant to the election held
on the 2131: day of September, 1940
will be legal and binding obligations
of Kennewick Irrigation District for
every purpose described in this pe
tition and in the resolution calling
said election as well as for any pur
pose for which said bonds could or
might be used under the Laws of the
State of Washington.
Your petitioners further pray that
the court «make and enter such ad
ditional orders and grant such ad
ditional relief as may be within the
power of the court and as may be
just and proper in the premises.
(Seal) E'l'l‘A J. HILLMAN,
Clerk of Benton County and ex
officio Clerk of the Superior Court.
10:10-17-24
Notice of the Closing of the Regis
tration Books for the City of
Kennewick.
Notice is hereby given that the
registration books of the City of
Kennewick will be closed against
original registration after the 18th
day of October. 1940. and will re
main closed until after the general
election on the sth day of Novem
ber, 1940.
WIN’II-‘RED CAMPBELL.
10:10-17 City Clerk
Notice of Closing of Registration
Books
Notice is hereby given that the
registration books for the registra
tion of voters will close the evening
of October 19th. 1940, when they
will be closed until after the general
election November sth, 1940. The
books will be re-opened on the
morning of November 6th. 1940.
HARLEY E. CHAPMAN.
10:10-17 Auditor, Benton County.
Warrant Call
All Current Expense warrants to
and including warrant No. mm are
called for payment and interest on
the same ceases October 10, 1940.
Dated October 10. 1940.
H. E. HUNTINGTON.
10:10 v City Treasurer.
Notice of Election In the Port 0!
Kennewick
Notice is hereby given that on the
sth day of November next. in the
Port of Kennewick, in the County of
Benton, an election will be held for
the election of a Port Commission
gj in each Port Commissioner's Dis
. ct.
In addition to the election or
commissioners said election will be
held for the further purpose of vot
ing upon the ratification of a com
prehensive scheme of harbor im
provement in the Port District.
which comprehensive scheme oi
harbor improvement is now a mat
ter of record in the office of the
secretary of the Port of Kennewick.
The polling places at said election
will be the regular polling places {or
general election held on the afore
said date.
Said election will be opened at 8
o'clock in the morning and will con
tinue until 8 o’clock in the evening
of the same. day.
Dated this 3rd day of October,
1940.
HARLEY E. CHAPMAN.
10:3-10 County Auditor.
Summons by Publication
In the Superior Court of the State
of Washington in and for Benton
Comty.
Margaret Campbell, plaintiff, vs.
The unknown heirs of W. C. 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 Washington:
To the unknown heirs of W. C.
Mag'uire, 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
ltion in the above entitled court. and
answer the complaint of the plain
‘tifi' and senie a copy of your an
swer upon the undersigned attor
neys for plaintiff at their office be
low stated, and in case of your
failure so to do Judgment will be
entered against you according to
the demand of the complaint which
has been filed with the Clerk of
said Court.
The object of Said action is to
recover Judgment in favor of
plaintiff against the defendants. ad
judging plaintiff to be the. owner
3.51!” of the following deserlbed
property. to-witz‘ __ 7_
Lot 17. Block 28, less the south
-10 feet thereof. in Olmsted Addition
to Kennewch according to the plat
thereofonmeandofreoordinthe
office of the Auditor of Benton
County, Washington,
and quieting title to said real
property in plaintiff, and to recover
general equitable relief.
MOULTON 8: POWELL.
Attorneys for Plaintiff. Office and
IP. 0. Address, Kennewick. Benton
Cdunty, Washington. 9:28-10:24
By C. M. PAYNE
By C. M. PAYNE
Notice of lieu-ing on Final Amount
and Petition for Distribution
No. 1910
In the Superior Court of the State
of Washington in and for Benton
bounty.
In the matter of the estate of W.
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 satd
Final Account. to distribute the
property of said estate to the hetrs
MONEY ORDER OIIEGKS
For paying bills . . . for mail order purchases . . .
for sending money . . . for installment payments,
Halted Bonlr of Commerce Money Order Check:
are not only a great convenience but also provid
on irrefutable record of the transaction. Your
name appears on the checlr . . . and you receive
a receipt.
“re charge is small. 10c buys a checlr in any amount
up to SIOO.OO.
You need not be e depositor to enjoy this handy
service. National Banlr of Commerce Money Order
Checla may be had at the Main Office or any
branch ol— 1".
National Bank of Commerce
. of Seattle
Icahn Felon! Depedr Imce‘Cerponrioa
KENNEWICK BRANCH
KENNEWICK '
I. C. MET. lam:
THEGRANDTETONS...GnndTeton
National Park. in Western Wyoming otters
a tranquil majesty unmatched in the West.
Towering crass overlook flat. peaceful valleys
andplacidlakes. Hereisalandofeontrast
ing scenic beauties.
WWWW
Century Club offers a mellow richness {m
mntched in America. You would expect such
quality to be costly. but the modern, Century
Plant is located in the heart of America's
rich grain belt where pmduction costs are
low—and you get the extra enjoyment.
“Let Your Own Taste Tell You"
EEHIIIIIY liIIIBA
STRAIGHT
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suunauu 3...,-
WHISKEY $11.5
or porsons PHHHOG in tho same and
to discharge the administrator.
Said Final Account and Petition
ior Distribution will be heard by
the Court at the Court House in
Prosser. anzon County. Washim
ton. on the 24th day of Octobm‘.
1940. at the hour of 10 o'clock. a.m.
FRANK MObHER. Administrator.
By Moulton & Powell. his attor
neys.
Moulton 8: Powell. Attorney for
Administrator. Kennewick. Wash
ington. 9 :26-10 :10
It is mighty hard to keep your
chin clean during the season of
corn on the cob.
for Annual:
up to SIOO.OO
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