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“my, May 1. 1941.
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103 SALE—Because of the recent
”a; of Mr. Ross. I am unable
”W our 10-acre place on the
wands. Making sacrifice price
f“. quick sale. Good five room
we, double garage. good barn and
way, all wu'ed. Land will
we map of at least S9OO. Offering
m for $llOO cash with S4BO gov-
Mt loan. For more details
““3757. Mrs. Ross. *
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ma COWS for sale. H. L. Cope
nnd. Richland- st!
mm or will trade for pigs or
attic: One mowing machine, one
M 3 two-wheel trailer. double
ma, single and double trees &
m cultivators. William Knight—-
was 2798. Se
m SALE-l Cletrac Tractor, ’37
not]. 22% 11.1). 1 Royal Bean
w, ’37 model, 300 gal. tank
“9,; 1 Mt. Case automatic disc;
Imm buck, for tractor hitch. A.
A. Goldsmith, Grandview, Wash..
0:11.081. 50
m SALE OR TRADE, large
house, small acreage in Richland.
mfer southern Idaho property, but
mull! give consideration to any
m of trade, or sell on easy terms.
Db. Carter, Box 107, Weiser, Ida
ho. 5-8 c
m sum—Garden iris, now in
tall bloom. Select your plants now.
2 it]: me, am choice, with every $1
Ith order. Our pink flowering lo
“; test growing, drought resist
mt. no seed pock, is now blooming.
went on this, but we are book
ln‘c «data now. Vegetable and
mine plants ready. Well grown,
noted and hardened. Limited sup
ply of Honey Hall sweet potato
mamas, glads, dahlias, fresh;
89mm peanut seed. We give mail}
alias prompt attention, but please
add pause on orders under $3.
W’s Rainbow Gardens, Rich-
MWasli. . sc,
1m BALE—At a bargain, good two
final track trailer. equipped with
air Ink: 'md’ valve. See Roger
Records or telephone utter 6 pm.
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F'OR SALE—2 bird baths, 5 garden
urns. Made of durable materials;
priced for clearance. Willmsen Rain
bow Gardens, Richland, Wn. 5c
FOR SALE—«Hudson duster, almost
new, irrigation and cultivator
shovels from 4 in., mostly as good as
new. Ed Sellick, phone 3362. 4tfc
EPISCOPAL RUMMAGE SALE
will be held in the building by the
Ideal Cleaners. 51)
ASPARAGUs—Stanihs, pads and
ink carried in stock. Kennewick
Printing Co. , GP
FOR SALE—Westinghouse roaster,
broiler and hot plate; all in good
condition. Mrs. Dan Beigle, Rt. 1.
Kennewick. *
FOR SALE—Cement .block house on
Ist Avenue. Small payment down
and balance on rent terms. Inquire
4 Third Avenue. Mrs. L. C. Gard
ner. 4-8 p
"03 SALE—Win? ribbons for
all makes at the Courier-Reporter
)ffloe. 301;:
FOR SALE—{Berry pickers tickets—
duplicate forms; 50¢ per 100 in
any quantity. Kennewick Printing
Co. ' 7p
HATS AND CAPS—Ham cienned
and blocked 60c; caps cleaned 25c.
Patten-am Dye Works. phone one
:wo-three, Pasco. mt
CASIO mm Clean,
sootlees, ashless fuel. Sold only at
Twin 0m Lumber 00.. Pasco. Phone
702-W. 35:1
FOR SALE—I 7 1-3 acres, 1 mile
south on Washington Street; lst
class soil and highly improved. 0. G.
Campbell. 3-71!
FOR SALE—SII7.SO Phllco radio,
$35; new spinet piano, $200.00;
$109.50 Easy washer, $50.00; break
fast set. $10; new 9x12 Amninster
rug, $35; 31:17.00 sweeper with at
tachments, $25; C. C. Dunning, Rt.
1, Pasco. '
BABY CHICKS Now Maritime.
' State certified, state tested. new
attractive prices. Write your own
livability guarantee. Dept. of Agri
culture health certificate with every
order. Reserve dates now. No de
posit required. Casey a Sons, phone
281. Pasco. Wn. 43M
MUST GIVE UP my piano—Wish
to contact responsible parties who
might -be interested in taking over
unpaid balance on beautiful spinet
piano like new. Would consider sub
stantial cash discount or terms to
responsible people. Box 1525, Yaki-l
ma. Wash. *!
FOR SALE—44Om modern house,
2 bedrooms, bath, kitchen, front
room. bwement, garage. two lots,
close in. Inquire Mrs. Hendrick,
120 Kennewlck Avenue East. It!
FOR SALE—Eleven féoTnsmng
boat. trailer and cam, S2O. Art
Carpenter, South Highlands, phone
2376. *
non SALE—One DéLalval milking
machine. double unit. Sprague
ranch, Hover, Wn. 5c
FOR SALE—Hy property at m
Beech St. City Ham Addition.
House and lax-3g garage, garden spot
and lots of shade, cool In summer.
A good buy. Herman Campbell. 451::
FOR SALE—Horses, mules and all
kinds of used horse drawn farm
machinery. Twin City Truck and
Implement, Pasco. ----_ --.- -----sou
2ND HAND Refrigerators and elec
tric ranges for sale at bargain
prices. Washington Hardware and
Furniture Company. 49:!
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FLOOR SANDM—Oarpenter work
andmpalrmgotanykind.M.H.
White, Rt. 2. Kennewick, Wash. zuc
GAMIPBEIL’S CUSTOM CANNERY
will begin canning Monday. May
5. Canngng days .will be Monday,
Wednesday and Friday afternoons
between one and four o’clock. For;
information call Cannerydlsl; res-l
idenoe 1182. ‘ ' - - a'*
RUBBER STAMPS—Grade, weight
and varietystampsforw
elm-led in stock; also stamp pads
and stamp ink. Kennewlck Print
ing Company. 6p
BFENDAWUTBmdsMesWe.
HaveyourwmdontheWea
mmmatxc.muo-
torso. 1m
OLEAN-UP—See our Inside paint
special. Ask about our Spring
Clean-up deal at Potlutch Yards.
Inc. 52h!
ASTROLOGER will solve one prob
lem for you free. Send problem,
birthdate, stamped envelope. Rich
ard Markle, names. Ore. t
M.-.
Better Used Cars
BUY
FROM A
Dependable Dealer
Kennewick Auto Co.
Phone 1..
OWNER CALLED to service. Piano
near Kennewick. Hurry if inter
ested. Beautiful. small piano like
new. Must be reduced for immed
iate sale. Triangle Music Inc. 18‘
So. 2nd _St.. Opp. Donnelly Hotel,
Yakima, Wash. *
"CROSLEY—The Crosiey refrigera
tor is absolutely the best value on
the market that we have been able
to find. The new models have
many new improvements and are
priced even lower than ever before.
Crosley is the only make with the
shelves in the door. 'llhis conven
ience is an exclusive feature with
the Crosley. Let us explain the ad
vantages ot a new Crosley. Conven
ient terms may be arranged. Du
recher’s Furniture Store, Kame
wick. Wn. 47K
SPECIAIr-Inslde paint clean-up
special—one gallon varnish, 1,5
gallon enamel, one quart floor en
amel, wallpaper for average room,
walls and ceiling (10x12x3) five
pounds Kalsomine and a brush, all
for only $9.58. Ask for details at
Potlatc‘h Yards, Inc. 5m
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PWGIING Genet—J home
cleaning, including Waugh—l‘s:
Ka-lsamimng, wall paper cleaning,
reasonable, phone 2467 after 6 pm.“
SPECIAL BARGAIN Restfold
spring-filled mattrm gt $24.75:
box springs. $24.75 or both for only
$3250. This is a special bargain!
Dm'ocher's Furniture Store. Kenne
wick and Washington Streets. 4m
GET THE REST—More heat per
dollar, combined with freedom
from soot and ashes, when m burn
Gasco Briquets. Order now from the
Twin City Lumber 00., Pasco. phone
M‘, 3m
GET m
stamips, Wight. grade and var
iety stamps: also pads and stamp
ink at Kennewick Printing Co. 6p
Ifllillllfl For Rentjllfllllml
PASTURE for rent. Cattle preferred.
End of East lst St. Fred W. Glard.
FOR RENT—Office rooms, well lo
cated on Main St. Light, heat and
water furnished. Could also be used
for sleeping rooms with home-cook
ed meals, if desired. See Olav
Otheim at Western Auto. 51“
,FOR RENT—Almost as cheap to
own a. fine, new bedroom set as to
rent a second hand one. Trade in
your old furniture on ‘l. fine new
matched bedroom set. We have
some wonderful nine: in modern
designs priced from $39.50 to $99.95
for six pieces. including cedar chest
and night stand. See them now at
Dumoher's Furniture Stare. at:
FOR SAIE OR‘RENT—PIve room
bungalow, furnished or unturn
bhed. Furnace and Stoker. garage
and large lot. 806 Ammo A. Call
381 or 2101. fig
non RENT—mmm apartments:
2“ Benton. we
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NAMED—strawberry packers; to
start about the sth. Frank Lamp.
son, Highlands. 1-
WANTED—CIean ught colored cot
ton rags. 5c per pound. Printing
Office. 7p
WANTED—Heavy Imus, Mun!
hens. light hens and springers.
We pick up. I'm-mere Exchange,
phone 1331. , soptr
WANTED—2 or 3 strawberry pick:
ers; adults; 5% miles S. E. of
Kennewick. Marjorie Reid. 5c
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Moos'it‘ other-mm mm to
90° them before you buy elsewhere.
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You can’t. always be certain of
keeping your good cook, even if you
are man-led to her.
FREE ESTIMATE
ON YOUR
Painting and Decorating
' CALL 204 '
PAINTS - WALLPAPER
Pasco Paint and Picture Store
All Work Absolutely Guaranteed
THE KENNEWICK, (WASH.) COURIER-REPORTER.
ißice Attends Townsend
I Meeting in Yakima
HOVER—J. E. Cochran accom
panied Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Rice of
Finley to Yakima last Thursday to
‘ attend the State Townsend Conven
tion. While there he visited his
daughter, Mrs. Grover Montague
and family. They retumed home
{Monday ‘
3 Rex Ashby underwent an emerg-1
gency appendectomy Saturday nighti
at Our Lady of Lourdes hospital inl
{Pasco and is progressing satisfact-.
rorily.
{ Mrs. John McKenzie and children!
iwho have been visiting her brother,
vEmest Der-ting and family at Uma-l
Ipine, Oregon the past two weeks,
returned Sunday. ' I
Delphia Nelson was ill several
days last week. Mr. and Mrs. T.
J. McKinney of Pasco visited at the
Charles Mills home Tuesday.
George D. Peters of Kennewick
was assessing personal property in
Hover Monday.
Robert and Duane Ashby of
Kennewick were week-end guests
of their grandmother, Mrs. Minnie
Ashby.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS TO
FILE CLAMS
_ NO. 1994
I In the Superior Court of the State
of Washington, in and for Benton
County.
'ln the matter of the Estate of
Maria Kleinknecht, Deceased.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
Letters Testamentary on the estate
‘ of Maria Kleinknecht, deceased;
were granted to the undersigned onl
the 26th day of‘April, 1941, by the
said Superior Court.
All persons having claims against
said estate are required to serve
them with the necessary vouchers
upon me at the office of Moulton
&. Powell, Kennewick, Washington.
within six months after the date of
the first publication of this notice.
to-wit: within six months after the
lst day of May. 1941. and file the
same with the Clerk of this ciurt,
together with proof of such service,
or they shall be forever barred.
Dated at Kennewick, Washington,
this 11st day of May, 1941.
JACOB KIEINIENEGHT. Execu
tor, by Moulton 8: Powell, his attor
neys. 521-22
NOTICE TO onim'rons T 0
m 1: CLAIMS
No. 2000
In the Superior Court of the State
of Washington. in and for Benton
County.
In the matter of the estate of M.
N. Hudnall, deceased. ‘
NOTICE Is HERIY GIVEN that
Letters Testamentary on the estate
gof M. N. Hudnail. deceased, were
granted to the undersigned on the
28th day of April, 1941, by the said
Superior Court.
All persons having claims against
said estate are required to serve
them with the necessary vouchers
upon me at the office of Moulton
.8: Powell. Kennewick, Washington,
within six months after the date
01 the first publication of this no
tice, to-wit: within six months after
the lst day of May, 1941. and file
the same with the Clerk of this
Court, together with proof of such
service, or they shall be forever bar
red. 1
Dated at Kennewick, Washington
this Ist day of May, 1941.
MARTIN R. HUDNALL. Execu
tor, by MoultOn 6: Powell. his attor
neys. 5:1-22
NOTICE OF SPECIAL ELECTION
IN THE PORT OF KENNEWICK
l NOTICE Is HEREBY GIVEN that
[a special election has been called
and will be‘ held in the Port of Ken
jnewick on the let day of May, 1941
’for the purpose of voting upon the
incurring or an indebtedness and is
suing general obligation bonds there
for in the amount of $24,000.00. I
The polls at said election will be
open at 8 o’clock in the forenoon andl
will remain open until 8 o'clock in;
the afternoon and willbe located asi
follows: I
1. Mr that portion of the Port
of Kennewick embrawd within the
first voting precinct of the City of
Kennewick. the polling place will be
the City Hall.
2. For that portion of the Part
of Kennewlck embraced within the
second voting precinct qr the City
of Kennewick the polling place will
be vthi‘oAmei-ican Legion Hall. ‘
3. r‘that portion of the Port 1
of Kennewick embraced within the;
third voting precinct of the City of;
Kennewick the polling place will be
The Standard Lumber Company 01-:
fice.
4. For that portion of the Port
or Kennewick embraced within the
fourth voting precinct of the City
of Kennewlok the polling place will
be the Kennewlck Auto Company.
5. For that portion of the Port
of Kennewlck embraced within the
Kennewlck Valley voting precinct‘
thepomngplacewmbethew.J.
Preston residence. e
6. For that portion of the Port]
i of Kennewick embraced winthin the
’Kennewick Gardens voting precinct
L-the polling place will be the A. I.
ISmith residence. ‘
,‘ The proposition to be voted upon
', at said election is as follows:
. “Shall the Port of Kennewick
incur indebtedness and issue
, its general obligation bonds
therefor in the amount of $24.-
000.00 in addition to existing in
debtedness for the purpose of
providing funds to be used in
i carrying out the comprehensive
l scheme of harbor improvement
. in the Port of Kennewick here
tofore adopted and approved.
I said bonds to bear interest at a
rate not to exceed 6 per cent
l per annum payable semi-annu
ally."
Said bonds will run over a period
of fifteen years and will mature and
be payable in annual installments.
The various annual maturities will
commence in the second year after
the date of issue of said bonds and
(as nearly as practicable) be in such
amounts as will. together with the
interest on all outstanding bonds.
be met by equal annual tax levies
‘for the payment of said bonds and
7 interest, provided however. that onLy
bond number 1 of said issue shall
be of a denomination other than a
multiple of SIOO.OO.
This notice is given pursuant to
resolution adopted by the Board of ‘
Commissioners of the Port of Ken- '
newick on the 30th day of April.
1941. 4
DatedthisSOth dayoi'AprilH‘
1941.
Fred D. Kemp, Chairman of the ‘
Board of County Commissioners. ‘
H. E. Chapman. County Auditor. 1
K. n. Serier, Prosecuting Attorney. ]
Constituting the Benton County '
Election Board. 5:1-15 !
l norms 'ro' £13333}:
InstallationofSewerlnMAv
caucus:
Sealed bids for the construction of
the lateral sewer in Third Avenue
East, from Beach street to approxi-l
mately Elm Street. will be received
by the City of Kennewick up to the
hour of 11 o'clock A. IL, Tuesday.
May 20, 1941. Proposals must be
delivered to the City Clerk at her
office in the City Hall, Kennewick,
and be enclosed in an enveXODe. up
on which is written. “Proposals for
Sewers", and the name and address
of the parties submitting the pro
posal.
All proposals shall- be upon the
form provided with the contract and
specifications. and shall be accom
panied by a certified check for an
amount not less than five per centi
of the amount of the bid. as evim
denceofgoodfalthonthepartot
the bidder. and that in the event
said bidder is awarded the contract
that he or they will. within ten days
of notification by the City of Ken
newick, execute the contract for the
construction of the work herein des
cribed, and furnish a surety bond to
the City of Kennewick satisfactory
to the officials of said City for an
amount of not less than one hund
red per cent of the estimated total
contract price to be paid for the
work. Thecheckofthehidderto
Whom the contract is awarded will
be returned promptly after the ex
ecution of the contract and the ac
ceptance of the bond. 'lhe checks
of other bidders will he returned
within twelve days after the award
of the contract. or in any event
within fifteen days from the date
the bids are opened.
.Anbidsmustbebaseduponthe
plans and specifications now an file
in the office of the City Clerk of
FOR AS LITTLE
_ PER MONTH As‘
” YOU CAN OWN A HQME LIKE THIS! I
Build Your Home Now!
- Don’t delay any longer . . . rising prices
make it wise to build right now—and modern
. financing methods make it possible for every
one! Just think how you and your family wou d
enjoy life in a home all your own! A small down
payment is all you need in cash . . . F.H.A. finan
. cing of the balance makes the balance convenient
to pay off in small monthly sums that cover
everything! See us now for full particulars!
FINANCING INFOIIMATION -. PLANS
BUILDING ADVICE REMODELING
POTLATCH YARDS, Inc.
WALTER HANSON, Manager
Phone 241 Kennewick
the City of Kennewick. and quan
tities must be determined by the
contractor.
Bidders are warned that the con
tractor will be required to pay State
Industrial Insurance premiums ac
coi'lding to the amount of the pay
ro . ‘
Bidders are warmed to examine the“
location where work is to be per
formed.
The City reserves the right to re
;‘tect any or all bids that may be
submitted for the hereinbeiore des
cribed work.
A deposit of 85.00 shall be required
for a set of the plans and specific»!
tions. which will be refunded to '
bidders upon the surrender of the
Dated at Kennewick. Washington,
this lst day of May. 1941.
Public Improvement Committee
of the City of Kennewick. 521-15
NOTICE TO enormous 'ro nu:
cums
No. 1983
In the Superior Court 0! the State
of Washington in and for Benton
County.
In the matter of the estate of
Anna M. Knowles. Deceased.
Notice is Hereby Given. That Let
ters Testamentary on the estate of
Anna M. Knowles. Deceased. were
granted to the Imdersisned on the‘
4th day of April. 1941. by the saidi
‘Buperior Court.
’ All persons having claims against
said estate are required to serve
them with the necessary vouchers
upon me at the office of Moulton a
Powell. Kennewick. Washington.
within six months after the date of
the first publication or this notice.
to-wit. within six months after the
2&th day or April, 19“. and file the
smewiththeClerkctthisOourt.
together with prooi of such service.
or they shall be forever barred.
Dated at Kennewick, Washington,
this 24th day of April. ml.
CHARLES S. KNOWIEB. Executor
By Moulton a Powell. his attor
neys. tat-5:8
NOTICE OF CIDSING 0F “GIS
TIATION BOOKS
Notice is hereby given tint the
Wtration books of all voting m
cincte within the Part District of
Kennewick will be closed against
WlWontheSth day
of my. 190. that being the inst
«yummummwmm
closed until cite:- the special Port.
Distfletelectimtobeheldon the
letdltyof’hy. 1941 after which
datetheboohwfllminheapn. ‘
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Kennewick.
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of the first publication of this sum
mons. to-wit. within sixty days aft
er the 27th day of March. 1941. and
'defend the above entitled action in
the show entitled court and answer
3the Complaint of the plaintiff.
Martha Tucker. and serve a mm of
your answer upon the undersigned
attorneys for Plaintiff. Moulton a:
Powell. at their office below stated
and in case of your failure so to do
Judgment will be rendered minst
you according to the demand of the
complatnt which has been filed
with the clerk of said court.
The object of the above entitled
action is to recover Judgment in fav
or of plaintiff and against the de
fendants described in the title here
to quieting title in plaintiff to the
3121:“ described real property.
Lots 51 and 52. Highlands Plat
"C." according to the official plat
' thereof on file and of record in the
:office of the. Auditor of Benton
County;
Also. Lot 28. Highlands Plot “A."
‘according to the official plat there
of on file and of record in the of
gce of the Auditor of Benton coun-
All that portion of the Southwest
Quarter of the Northeast Quarter of
Section 22, Township 8 North.
Range to E. W. M.. in Benton
County. Washington. lying East or
the Spokane, Portland a; Seattle
Railway Company's right of way.
except the North 8.12 acres or the
Northwest Quarter of the South
west Quarter 'of the Northeast
Quarter of said Section 22:
Aloe. the following described par
eel:
. Commencim et the eouthwest
’ corner or the northwest quarter of
’ Section u. Township 8 North.
. Rance an E. W. 11.. thence running
. North 89° 52' But 1228.8 feet be
tween the nu-thweet querter end
, eouthweet querter to the Northern
Pecii’ie Irricetion Oompeny'e right
‘ oi wey. thence Northerly 7588 feet
j elonc eeid right oi my. thence
' eouth 89° 82' weet 1185.8 feet to
eection line. mence eouth to piece
a! beginning.
Aha. note 11. 12. 18 end 14. Block
1. end note 8 end 10. Block 2. en in
City Home Addition to Kennewick.
Weehincton. wounding to the om
chipletthereoionmeendoinec-
ordintheoi’tioeoltheeuditotot
Benton County;
Aieo. M 1. 8 end 5. Bub-di
vieion of Trent 4. Amon'e Addition
to Kennewick. Weehincton. eccord
inc to the officiel plet thereof on
tile end at wooed in the office
at the Auditor 0! Benton County;
Aieo. the Baum queuei- oi the
Northeeet wetter of me south
weet Querter a: Section 2. Town
ehip 8 North. Renae 28 E. W. 81..
in Benton County. Wuhinston:
Meo. not 18. Block 51. Yekime I:-
rigetinc end Immuent Oom
peny'e piet oi Kenneviek. end note
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Addition to Kennewiek. being e ra
plet of pent of Block M of Yekime
krioetion end Improvement Oom
peny’e ’51:: at much. ell ec
oordinc tne piete theneot now on
tile end or mean in the office at
the Auditor et Benton County.
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in end to eeid nee! property end for
us hen-inc ihe detennente than: ee
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m Mam. mil-8:1
SHINGLES
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65¢ per bundle
ROOFING
II 'o' I
98c
Cedar Flume
Lumber
Paint for the Whole
House
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