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' December 19, 1940.
wﬁf_ﬁ aha... f. ‘————_—- um.“ per word per M»n—mlnlmum._2sc. If prepaid, five times for the price of tour. [i um Eor Sale mum" m SALE—Typewriter ribbons for :11 mum at the Courier-Reporter N PIANO CLEAN UP W type piano, also a. medium D mm, and a Grand, 1n Ken mu, Terms or discount for cash. I muted write quick to Credit II?- noﬂman Bros. Music Com- F” Spokane, 34-390 giééérmmigﬁ Egg BENTON COUNTY Abstract & Title Go. PRICES RIGHT m Stan Bank Building DR. C. BRUNN DRUGLESS PHYSICIAN Office at Residence l. Ave. A Phone 1522 J4LeonardMokler PLUMBING and n E A 'l‘ I N G lmeadaSt. Phone-111 DR. H. C. CURRY OPTOMETBIST Scientific Eye Examination Moe and Residence 319 151: Ave. Phone 1361 C. L. HOLCOMB Lawyer NOTARY PUBLIC mace Am. Security Building Complete Analytical Eye Examinations DI. HAROLD E. OLSEN, Opal). Pace Bldg. PASCO R. L. LUNDY Chiropractor Office in Bank Building on. Phone 2671 Res. 262 Moulton & Powell LAW OFFICE Ofﬁce over First National Bank MUELLER FUNERAL DIRECTORS Licensed Mot-ticking Lady Attendant m ACCOMODATIONS Phones 2201 2202 DR. A. H. WEGNER DENTIST (race Telephone Building Moe Phone 2021 Bee. 2022 S’MATTER POP— pops! Careless Wishing! MESCAL IKE 3: at. Hum-5! WE. ARE HAVING another com munity sale December 21. Bring in anything you have to sell. Mis cellaneous articles will be sold north of Farmers Exchange, hogs in rear. Ash Auction Co. 38p FOR SALE—Good cow manure, any amount, also feed carrots. Call H. S. Yamagamj. 38-423) GASCO BRIQUE’I'I‘ES Clean, sootlus, ashless fuel. Sold only at Twin City Lumber Co., Pasco. Phone 702-W. 35tt FOR SALE— Potatox, combination grade Netted Gems, 900. to SI.OO per sack. Phone 38x4. Geo. Schus ter. 3mm FOR SALE—Used radios, taken in on newer model Philcos, priced at $5 and $lO. 0. H. Yedlca. Motor. 1:! FOR smrnarnyard‘ fertilizer. ' Will deliver; John White at Twin bridge, Richland. 37-38 c cmsms TEEES.B.II sim and prices. Free delivery. Phone 1031, Kennewick Greenhouse. 36-39 c FOR SALE—norm and mules: good used farm machinery. Kenne wick Implement 00. 3t! CHRISTMAS DECORATIONS Cedar roping. cedar bows, ever greens, wreaths, huckleberry, holly. Phone 1031, Kennewick Greenhouse, Kennewick. 36-39 c. HATS AND CAPS—Eats cleaned and blocked 80c; caps cleaned 25c. Petterson Dye Works, phone one two-three. Pasco. sat: EESATED FARMS FOR SALE— hay. corn, grain and other (arm 1) roduoe for sale in season. See W. o. Muldrow. secy. Sunnyside Ir rigation lint-lot, Benton City. Washington. latte. FOR SALE—Geese, $2.50 dressed, $1.75 alive delivered. E. A. Wester meyer, Mottinger, Wash, phéne 2073. 37-8 p FOR. SALE—My 30 acre farm, all improved, 34, mile west of Benton City on river, at a sacrifice. With or without, equipment. R. M. Mc- Nulty, Benton City. ‘ FOR SAIE—IS-acre farm, West ﬁighlands. Inquire of D. Lewis, Rt. 2, Box 144, Kennewick. 37-38 p 21 am South Highlands. buildings, easy terms. 29 acres, West Hichisnch. buildings, priced low and easy terms. 16 acres West Highlands. 3500. terms. 4-room house. good location S9OO cash. GASCOIGNE & Fm Phone 1231 11111111 l Misizellaneous 11111111 LOW TRAIN EARES for the holi days. On account of the holidays the S. P. 8; S. Ry. will selltickets for passage in coaches daily, De cember 13 to January 1, inclusive, with return limit of January 6. To Portland $6.15; to Spokane $4.00. Low fares for tickets to be honored in sleeping cars will also be in ef fect on the same dates. Tickets and information will be supplied on re quest. L. Minton, Ticket Agent. 8. P. & S. Ry. 12:19-26 LOST—Four purebred Romney ewes. 3 Liberal reward for their return. 8. vI-luddeball, White Bluffs ,Wash._3Bo GET THE BEST—More heat per dollar. combined with freedom from soot and ashes, when yau burn Gasco Briquets. Order now from the Twin City Lumber 00,, Pasco. phone won-tw. 351:1 WARRANT CALL—AII current ex pense warrants to and including Warrant No. 9231; all City Street Warrants to and including Warrant No. 705, are called for payment, and interest on the same ceases Decem ber 13, 1940. Dated December 13, 1940. H. E. Huntington. 12:19 FARMERS ATTENTION—We will make your hogs into hams, bacon. lard, sausage. Meat cut for lockers. Meat Department McDonald's Gro cery. 2%! WALL PAPER CLEANING—SOc per room and up. Paper hanging rea sonable, phone 1721, after 6 pm. $1 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;! mm c: buy your milk cows. Would buy entire herd. it you are quitting bus iness. Need 20 Guemseys or Jer seys now-and 7 Holstems. cm me at Yakima. Route 7, phone 9232. 3’60 IF YOU are thinking of having a. 13mm sale, we will handle it for you. We believe we can satisfy you. Ash Auction. 39p NOTICE—From this day on I will be responsible for no debts except those contracted by myself. Signed 13m Avery. 37-8 p 111111111 l Wanted sllllllﬁﬂ WANTED—IOOO fresh killed jack -rabbits, cool out before piling or sacking. Ten cents each delivered to Hartley Fox Ranch, Touchet, Wash ington. 38-410 WANTED—To buy better: from weaners up; also horses and wean ing pigs for sale. Jens Lande & 80118. 5 miles southeast Kennewick. Opt! 11111111111 l Far Rent Vlllllllllll WILL RENT part of my farming Jami on mp shares to responsible experienced parties. E. A. Wester meyer, Moﬂtinger. Wash., phone 2073. 37-8 p FOR RENT—Unlimited space for dry storage of potatoes. Avery's Warehouse, Pasco. 311;! NOTICE TO CREDITOBS In the Superior Court of the State of Washington in and for Benton County. ‘H. R. Spinner Company, a cor poration, plaintiff, vs. Gleason Fruit 8; Produce Com pany, a corporation, defendant. Notice is hereby_ given: That the undersigned has been by the above entitled court appointed liquidating receiver of Gleason Fruit 8; Pro duce Company, a corporation. and that by order of the above entitled court all persons. firms or corpor ations having claims or demands against said Gleason Fruit and Pro duct company. a corporation, are re quired to serve said claim or demand upon the undersigned as liquidating receiver and file the same with the clerk of the above entitled court on or before the 10th day of January. 1941. under penalty of having sud claims disallowed. and which said claims or demands shall set forth in detail the amount and nature of said claim, and shall further set forth the amount and nature of any security or lien held or claimed by the claimant, and also any claim to -prelerence in payment from the as sets in the hands of the liquidating receiver. , Wherefore take notice and be guided accordingly. Dated this 6111 day of December, 1940. GEO. 0. BEAM. Liquidating Receiver of Gleason Fault & Produce Company. a corpor a on. Address: Prosser. Wash. 12:12-26 THE KENNEWICK. (WASHQ COURIER-REPORTER Christmas Tree Industry ‘Aims to Please’ This Cat Wasn’t Told About His Predecessor SAN FRANCISCO.—History re peated itself when the cat mas cot ot the San Francisco Commer cial club. sunning itself on a win dow ledge. jumped at a pigeon and fell 14 stories. A year ago the immediate pred ecessor of the present mascot did the same stunt. Neither cat _ap peared injured after the tall. " Nation’s Christmas Bill ‘ Set at $62 per Family; ‘ Toys Cost $183,000,000 1 —'J‘ "—""_’7"'7"' You're paying a part of this bill: Santa’s middle men predict a slsa.ooo.ooo national toy bill this year. which would be about the ‘ same as was spent last year to spread cheer among the youngsters. i The array around American Christmas trees this season. includ ing toys. will cost each family an average of $62.50, according to re liable surveys, There’s another side to it. Be tween 250.000 and 300,000 persons are being added to the nation's pay rolls during the holiday rush. and the turnover should raise total 1940 sales for the year to at least last ‘year’s volume of nearly $40,- 000,000,000. Camel Distributes Gifts To Children in Syria Christmas gifts are presented by a camel in Syria. The youngest camel which accompanied the Wise Men is called the Camel of Jesus. It performs the task each year of distributing presents. Dark Christmas The sun does not rise above the horizon tor a week in Iceland dur ing Christmas season. NOTICE OF EQUALIZATION OF ASSESSMENT ROLLS OF PRIEST RAPIDS IRRIGATION DISTRICT Notice is hereby given that the un dersigned Secretary of Priest Rapids Irrigation District has delivered her complete assessment roll to the Board of Directors of said district, where it is now on tile. Notice is hereby further given that the Board of Directors will meet as a Board of Equalization at 2 pm. on Tuesday. the alst day of December, at their office -in the Priest Rapids Development Com pany Building. for the purpose of equalizing said assessment roll, at which time, the Board will hear and determine such objections as may come before them. The said Board will continue in session. day to day. aslongasmaybenecessary.fora period of not to exceed ten days, ex clusive of Sundays. Given by order of the Board of Directors, this 30th day of Novem ber, 1940. _ E'I‘EEL M. WANG-ER. 18:5-12 Secretary. Priest Rapids Irrigation District. A highly developed industry. Christmas tree production aims to satist all types of customers. Here a workman after bundling his trees according to size and grade is sawing the butts to even lengths. In cities where ceilings are high, as in old communities, taller trees are desired. l 7 or mod ern low-ceilinged living rooms, only medium and shorter sizes [ind ready market. The most popular lcind of Christmas tree is the ﬁr. It is generally pre ferred because it tends to hold its needles longer than any other evergreen tree. Spruees. pines. hemlocks and red-cedars are also used as Christmas trees- Lighter Glass 13 Made By Use of ‘Radio Beam' TOLEDO. OHIO. - A stronger. lighter and more durable glass is be ing produced by the use of a "radio beam" to control the degree of ﬂow of the molten glass. The development has been hailed by glassmakers as the most impor tant development since the inven tion of automatic bottle-blowing in the 5.000-year-old industry. ‘ “The new development will ﬁnd its ﬁrst use in the bottling of beer and carbonated beverages." said Wil liam E. Levis. "The trade name of the new glass will be ‘dura -81888.. n Flyer Turn: Back Ducks That Raid a Rice Field CHICO. CAME—EarI Larrabee. owner of a plane. is putting up a one-man ﬁght for the protection of his father's rice ﬁelds. Ducks come in great waves one after another in an eﬂort to invade the rice ﬁelds. Larrabee rises mag niﬁcently and disperses them. The dispersion lasts for an hour. hen they reform and re-attack. Larra bee rises again and the battle is re peated. Darkness alone saves the ducks—and Larrabee. War Is Really Hell if Heaven’s Not Bombproof MONTREAL. The Gazette re ported that a six-year-old English refugee. daughter of a British ot ﬂcer. prays nightly: “Dear God. bless mummy and daddy and all the soldiers and sailors and airmen— " And dear God. do take good care of your-sell. because' It you are bombed. we are sunk." . Bright Comet to Appear In December and January PHILADELPHIA—The Franklin institute has announced that the brightest comet to appear in the skies for 13 years will be visible to the naked eye the ﬁrst week In December. ‘ Known as the Cunningham, it will have a tail and will be at its bright est during the third week in Janu ary. ‘ Falls Two Stories; Bruised CHICAGO. - Marvin Greenberg. ﬁve years old. was playing.on the root of a two-story building with his sister. Phyllis. eight. when he wan dered too near the edge. He fell 20 feet to the ground in the area way between that building and the next. The areaway was too nar row for an adult to enter. but a carpenter instructed Marvin to crawl out on the ground level. The boy emerged with only a few bruises. Couple Wed 7: teen JAY, Vii—Mr. and In. Gilbert Lucier. 93 and 89. respectively. cele brated their seventy-second wedding annivetsary this (an. By ‘c. M. my; Now Be Sensible _SAFETY FIRST——-——— Merry Christmas Also Famous As Year’s No. 1 Danger Season ” you mm! a truly merry Christmas be sure that the In'rolity :1 the season doesn't tuna it into tray y. The No. clonal Safety Council points out that. the "71:21:” are the Tea“ derigerous o tse r. re to wu auto memes. horn": «threats. burns and lens. Keep these ‘don'ts" in mind and you'll live to see the new year: DON‘T give children dangerous toys. or toys with sharp points. If they operate with electricity. he sure you supervise their use. DON'T decorate the tree with lighted candles unless it's absolutely unavoidable. Carefully wired elec trlc bulbs are much safer. DON'T place the tree near a stove or ﬁreplace. DON'T leave a lighted tree un guarded at any time; you must he a: the lookout for ares. DON'T use a rickety. unsafe lad der in decorating the tree. DON’T place Christmas candles near the tree. curtains. paper wreaths or other decorations. DON'T overlook the opportunlty to make your tree are-resistant. Ac “CRYSTAL-(l A H PLATES m _‘ ...ANDYI'I'THEYOOSTNO MOI! THAN ORDINARY PLATES! “hmsTﬂml-mlnu ima.?“Mmul-Md uhmmhm,auh ”Tuﬁwmmcbuhgm ti 11... Plot. "glut an alt.“ 9|qu Ibo! “MWHIMOOM “chm-WM.PI-m Mvﬂmmuﬁmddﬁ “l.“hmdphkhhu- “whip-gnu. Sumplchour display“ mwßookNookßldg. [TUNIVERSAL DENTISTSH LBOOK NOOK BLDG,WALLA WALL it ‘9"- ; ,;_ H ' W CHOICE” 10 SMART DESIGNS %PRINTED WIIII YOUR ,IAIE 1%! I ALI. BEAU'IIFUI. nouns | 93“ towns mm muons ‘ @WLM All. Wm M [_QRDER Na WA Kluewick Printing Ea. cording to the United States forestry service. you can do it this way: Divide the weight 0! your tree by four and buy that many pounds of ammonium sulphate. Dissolve it in water. one and a hall pints to each pound of ammonium sulphate. Cut the end or your tree trunk on a diagonal. put some solution in a jar and stick the diagonal butt into the solution. Add solution as the tree drinks it up. DON'T be excessive about Christ mas “spirits.” DON'T leave toys exposed where people can trip on them. DON'T leave your tree in the house after it becomes dried out. DON”! allow steps and sidewalks to become icy in cold weather. Dorm Christmas you'll probably have many guests; sprinkle salt or sand in dangerous spots. new drive caretully - unless you want to live and enjoy 1941. .“|loll mu In most can: m h chm day: so Iv. Co. Writ. 'o' ow m m me... FREE ' I" ”Won WITH PLATE; 7