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won. {or chicken houses
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Phone 241
LIVE POULTRY
sump TO
Perry - Bros.
SEATTLE
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Monument Company
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FOR SALE—Fine vine ripe toma
=boes afar canning, 2c per pound,
you furnish box. Horace Wray, Ken
newick Highlands. 2m
FOR Slum—Golden Beauty peaches
Tor canning, SI.OO per apple box.
Bring container $1.25 per box pick
ed. Mrs. B. F. Thrasher, East Ken
newick. 18171
FOR SALE—Saddle horse, safe tor
children. Norman Robbins, jr.,
.phone 2316. ‘ 18b:
FOR SALE—I44OOI: boat. Howard
Hoskms, 315 Third Avenue East.
STRAW FOR SALE—2Sc 6. load,
while it lasts. Charles E. Hunt.
Phone 9x2. 18-22 c
[FOR SAlE—AEight lots west of the.
Bremmer service station on the
cemetery road, outside city limits,
ideal for homes. Mrs. Nick Alfonso,
3&1 Avenue c East. 17-‘2lp
FOR SALE—New modern home with
garden, 4 rooms and bath up
stairs, 2 rooms and bath downstairs,
laundry trays, terms. 22 Kent St. N.,
phone 31116. Kennewick. 1m
Iflljllli mageflafiégus 1111111 l
NOW is the men get your brde‘rs‘
In for Pears. They are ripening
fast. 'L.-H. Raymond, G St, in the
Garden Tracts. 21¢
YOU CAN HEMP-43w Deteme
Stamps to help the government.
Earn them. Because of the shortage
we will give 3 10¢ Defense Stamp
for each 20 usable hangers return
ed to us. Ideal Cleaners. 3761.
HATS AND GAPS—Hats cleaned
and blocked soc; caps cleaned 25c.
Petterson Dye Works, phone one
two-fluee. Pasco. 121:!
PM General house
cleunmg. includmg rug cleaning,
ramming" wall paper cleaning,
reasonable, mane 2467 alter 6 pm.“
Imm) HERB SEED—Easiest cul
3m,readymw.AmSeandOam-
‘way, ounce 50c, pound '35. um mace
20c; pound 90c. Special ’prloes acne
planting. {Home Nursery, Rama,
Washdngm 9t!
111111111 l Wanted 1111111111
WANTED—Tb Made 45% dairy
ranch near Hover for smaller
place closer to town. ['l' interested;
address R. O. Hflstad, nova-h 21-53)}
WANTED—IWoman to do house‘
work. Mark Turner, Rt. 1, Kenne-l
wick. 20-24 pl
WANTED—Ride to smm, NJDJ
between August 25 and Septemberl
5. For further feferences, phone‘
12x8. ¢{
WANTED—Wheat and oats for
feed: can handle in earlots. Half
mile north of Finley school. 1.. A.
Tweedt 8; Son. . 'lB-21c
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RUTH CARMICHAEL
NON PARTISAJN CANDmA-TE
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WILLIS
KIMMEL ‘
DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE
County Sheriff ‘
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H. B. COCHRAN
SHERIFF
BENTON COUNTY
WANTED—CIean, light colored cort
ton rags; 5c per pund. Printing
Office. 20%!
WANTED Standand typewriter.
Wlll sell late model Radio, phone
,2661. 1317 Kennewick Avenue. 21p
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At six o’clock each evening, one
of the church bells in the city
rings as a call to prayer for World
Peace, asking God‘s blessing for our
boys who are defending our freedom
and fighting under the banner “In
God We Trust.” The Bethlehem Lu
theran church vbell will ring this
week and the St. Paul’s Episcopal
church will ring the Methodist bell
next week.
The Unity Class will meet at the
Mrs. Jssie Hendricks home Monday,
August 24 at 8 o‘clock. Beulah Scott,
pasbbr of the Unity Center in Yaki
ma, will be in cham'e of the meet
ing. Everyone «is invited.
CHRISTIAN cm 776 i
Btanvigyfi. Thompson, pastor
Bible schodl at 9:45 am» Mrs.
Reav'is superintendent. ,
Morning Worship, ‘ll am.
Evenin‘gse'rvicw, 8 pm.
Sermon by the pastor, public wel
owned.
FIRST ENGLISH LUTHERAN
‘ Eééani'fdfifiuifi éFeeT.”
P. J. Lam Minister
' 3N9 Sunday .sc‘hool amino public
Wrship during rthe remainder of the
month of August. -
“35.? 3311",“ 09m
Rollin B. Holden; PM"
Services each gumiay morning 'at
10:30, with guest speaker in the pa].
lp‘lt. . ‘
N 9 evening services.
Mid.week services {or prayer and
Bible stury each Wednesday evening
at Bin the church basemem. A car
dial welcome to this house of God.
Bridal Shower Sunday .
Honoring Thelma Hacker
HIGHLANDS Miss Thelma
Hacker, daughter of Mr. and, Mrs
W. E. Hacker was guest of honor at:
a bridal shower given by Mrs. Louis;
Russet and Mrs. W. V. Heather-inp
ion at the Louis Russet home in East
Kennewick on Sunday evening.
Those artending from the Highlands
were Mix Thelma Hacker, Mrs. W.
E. Hacker, Wilma Hacker, Mrs. Don
Bishop and Mrs. W. L. Foraker.
Clarks and Hofise Guest
Spend Day in Yakima
' HIGHLANDS—Mr. and Mrs. M.
G. (Hark, Mouton Clark and Mrs.
Rideou't were Yakima. 'v'is’imors Mon
day.
\ Monitor: Chm-k and his aunt, Mrs.
‘Rideout, left Wedneseday for Port
land, Where they will visit at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. AR. Sutton.
Mrs. Sutton is the dimmer Annie
Clark. ‘ ‘
Sister from Connell'
Visits OVer Week-end
'HIJG-mAINDS—ms. Lannie ’King
or' Connell was a week-end visitor
at «the home of her sister, Mrs..‘W L.
Forwker.
Mrs. 'W. L. Fora‘ker, Phil-lip "Fora
aker and Mrs. King went I'o Walla
wzma Satm'day afternoon to visit
Viola Fox-alter.
Two St. Laurent Boys
Go to Bremerton Sunday
‘ 8:136an and man
ard St. Laurent left Sunday for
Bremerton.
Henry St. [am-em, son of Mr. and
Mrs. 'A. St. Laurent last, week re
ceived a medical dischaagve from (the
navy due .to foot trouble.
Miss Francis Stevens arrived from
Vancouver, Washington last week
to visit wt the S. R. Wodmfcf home
till Wednesday.
Gloria Pull-ism spent last week
visiting all: the home of her brother.
Ronald in Pasco.
Accident :at Hermiston
Causes Painful Injury
HIGHLANDS *Haa'ry Estes is
home taking care of a sore foot. He
had the misfortune of having a‘
truck run over his foot while work:
ing at Hermishon. 1
‘ Mrs. John Fbrguson and daughter,
Joan, returned from Portland aft-J
er a week’s visit with relativm.
Goes. to San Diego Monday
To Serve With the Navy
HIGHLANDS—Norris Shields re
turned Saturday from Seattle, where
he spent the past 10 days visiting
and also joined the navy. He left
Monday for San Diego. ‘
Mrs. Wm. Knight and Mrs. Wm.
Dennetxt are in Benton Gity this
weelg packing peaches.
Mr, D. E. Taylor, Mr. and Mrs.l
Terrance Taylor were Walla. Walla
business visitors Monday.
THE KENNEWICK. (WASH. 2 COURIER-REFORM
NOTICE OF SHERIFF’S SALE OF
_ REAL ESTATE
In the Superior Court 6: the sum
of Washington, for Benton County
W. M. McConnell. plain-tiff, vs.
J. L. Mcßain and Mrs. J; L. Mc-
Bain, husband and wife, defendants
‘ Under and by virtue of an Execur
tion issued out of and under the seal
10: the above entitled Count, holding
perms at Presser, in and for said
‘oounty. on the 18th day of Aug-1:4,,
A. D. 19m. upon a judgment render
edinsaidCourtonthelsthdayof
December, A. D., '1941, in favor of
W. M. McConnell..and against J. L.
Moßain and Mrs. J. L. Mclßa-in, hus
band and wife, for the sum of
$223.07, together with attomey’s fees.
interest, costs and increased costs,
and to me directed and delivered.
commanding me to sell the follow
ing described property situate. ly
ing and being in Benton County.
State of Washington, or so much
thereof as may be necessary to sat
isfy said judgment, attorney's fees,
interest. costs and increased costs.
to—wi-tt: ,
Lots 26 to 31, inclusive. and Lot 45.
less South 20 .feet in Block 1: _
[Lot 2, 7 to 20. inclusive, 23 to 45,
inclusive, 48 and 49, Block 2:
Lots 5 to 23, and 28 to 46, inclusive,
Block 3;
All of Block 4, and
Tracts 5 and 6. all in Hover’s
Fountain Park Addition. '
NOW. THEREFORE, NOTICE IS
HEREBY GIVEN, That on SATUR
DAY, .the 26th day of September, A.
D., 1942, at 10 o’clock in the torenoon
of said day, I will sell the above des
cribed moperty or so much thereof
asmaybeneeessarytosatisfysald
judgment, attorney's recs, interest,
costs and increased costs, in all
amounting to the sum of $285.47, to‘
gather with musing interest and
00st of sale. 3. ‘
SAID SALE WELL TAKE PLACE
at the front doorof the Court House‘
at Prosser, insaidCoimty and state,\
and will be at PUBLIC AUC'I‘IION.I
ifor cashinhandto'thehighest and
best bidder. . i
l Dated ’ azt .Prosser, Washington,
this 18th day of August. A. D., 1942.
I A. mam-Im, Sheri“
By Bert Strum, Deputy. 8:20-9:24
ORDINANCE NO. 388
An Ordinum Providing for the Is;
smce of Energency Warrants
for the Payment of the Expenses,
Salaries, 'Maxnmnee and On-
Mon '0? the City Health Des
parhnuit, the City Clerk for Pos
tage and Printing, the Police De
partment, the Industrial mm
tune and Street Fund and the;
mmaumcnwnmm‘
Dechflnganmency.
,The City Councilorthe Cityo!’
KemerickDoesOxdainasmnows:
Section 1. That in order to pay
me salaries and wages and mime!)-
ance and opemtlon meme of the
Fromm listed depmunents, the ex
penditure of $1765.00 will be requir
ed, and that an emergency exists
which could not reasonably" nave
'lbeen foreseen at the time of making
up the budgetofmeCityin October.‘
‘1941, in that additional expmdltures
not foreseen have been required and
’will be required mil-Inc the balance
of the year 1942 :from the follow-3
'ing funds, to-Iwita i
City Health Department ”3250.003
\ City Clerk, postage and ‘
printing ---__-_.._--__.____ 500.11%
‘ Police Department ___---_--_--- 600.!»
City Street Fund, indium
insurance --«__---____.._..___ 55.00
City Hall. fuel fund ...—_... 360.00
TOTAL
Section 2. That an emergency be
and thesanleisherebydeclaredto
exist, requiring the issuance 01'
emergency warrants for the expend
itures in the funds above set forth
and that the proper city officials
of the City or Kennewick be and
they are hereby authorized and di
rected to issue emergency wamniz
to pay the expenses of the depart
»ments or the City of Kennewick as
above provided. That said expend
itures shall be on Proper vouchers
presented and approved by the duly
authorized representatives of the
'City of Kennewick. " I
Section 3. This ordinance anal]
:take effect five days amber passage.
approval and publication in the ol
ficial newspaper of {the City of Ken
newick.
Passed August 118, 1942.
Approved August 18, 1942.
. A. C. AMON, Mayor.
Winifred Campbell, City Clerk.
Appmved as 420 form: Charles L
‘Mwell. City Attorney.
‘ Notice is hereby given, that by
resolution of the Board of County
Commissioners of Benton County,
Washington, and approved by the‘
Directors of Highways, {Benton}
County, Washington, and approved
by the Director of Highways, Ben
ton County Road Project No. 82,
Highlands 3036.010. 1, agrading and
surfacing project was completed In-
June, 1942. I
Fol-10mg is the Finai Cast
Record: '
Clearing & Gmbbing lump
sum «_-m_m-._-._s 27.66
Unqlaasrfied Exc., 4370 cu.
yds. @ 0.1407 _--...___-__-... 614.67
Overhaul, 232110.18. @ 1
2w -.-~;—-—_--_—~-—-—-~ 55m
Select. Ray. Bonuw, 1340
cu. yds. @ 0.3011 -m__~-_ 403.47
Structure ma, 32 cu. yds. .
@ 0.6388 ----~_._-_..___.~-__. 20.44
Top Go. Surfacing, 710 cu.
yds. @ 05191 _.....1.1......._ 368.57
Water in Place, 20 M Gals.
@ 09590 ___... 19.18‘
Conwete Pipe 10" in place.
342 L. F. @ 0.4959--.__.---..--169.63‘
Concrete Pipe 12" in Place I
189 L. F. [email protected] 03285 1-.--__-_.-- 15659
Construction magmeerlng 152.88
Cause No. 7135
NOTICE
Location Enginea'lng __ 44.63
TOTAL ‘____.__._-_52.528.55
Déted this 18th day of August.
199. ‘-
\ H. E. CHAMAN.
County Auditor and ex-orficlo
Clerk of the (Board of County Com
missioners of Benton County, Wash
-Im.
Notice is hereby given. that by m
olution of the Board of County Gom
mmsioners of Benton Omnty. Wash
iington. and approved by the Direct
or of Highways. Benton County Road
Project No. 63. a stockpiling and
surfacing project for various county
mods in the vicinity of Benton City.
was omane’wd in June. 1942.
Following is the Final Cost
Record:
Govershone in Stockpile.
960 cu. .yds. @ 1.1998 ..--...-<.,,..51.15184
Top Go. Surf. Stockpfle.
600 cu. yds. @ 0.888 -.__.-m.- 444.33
Top Co. Surf on Rdy.. 2150
cu. yds. @ 1.3179 w 2333.53
Construction Engineering 134.83
MAL -------__-.---_.-_.-,54564.58
Dated this 18th day of August,
1942.
. H. E. CHAPMAN.
County Auditor and ex-of‘ficio
clerk of the Board at County 06m
missioners of Benton Cmmty, Wash.
Notcloe is hereby given. that by;
molation of the {Board of County
ammjsioners of Benton Gumty.
Washington. and approved by the
Director of Highways. Benton Colm
ty Road Project No. 65, Valley Road,
a grading and surfacing project in
the vicinity of Benton City was com
pleted in Wane. .1942. .
Followim is the Final Cost
Record:
Clem-1m 8: Grabbing. I
lump sun --..._»_.____.ms 37.41
Unclassified Exc., 580 cu.
yds. @ 0.1435 -»‘----..~___... 74351
Overhaul, 1710 038. @
0.04827 -m----.-.._..----m..~.--- 82.53
Ovenhaul. 42.? moms. @- ‘
3575 -m--..f......-*.......- 215239
Structure 85c" 30 cu. yds.
(:3 0.7983 ----~__lm--u..--__m 23.95
Select Edy. Borrow, 1740 cu.
\‘yds. @ 0.4288 -w_-__m._ 746.13
Top Go. Surfadng, 910 cu.
was @ 0.86.,.._.-.-‘.-_---»---.-_ 782.00
Ooncrebe Pipe 12" in Place,
06 L. P. @ 035 ------m--_.---”. 23.10
Conuete Pipe 10" in Place,
354 LF. @ 0.5049 ---.--..-....-._ 2mm
Iron Pipe in Place, 40 LP.
@ 0.878 _...*__._m__ 3512
Walker in Place. 24 M.-
Gars. @ 1.3978 __--_.._.... 31.95
Oonstmcflon Engineering 253.98
location Meeting _... 9435‘
'IUI‘AL ___—___...3325890‘
Dated this 18th day (1! mm:
1942. . '
, REM.
Cmmty Auditor and ex-ofluo
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NOTICE BY comm AUDITOR
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pollingplacedeslrlmtovofie.and
who are qualified to participate
firm.andwhohavenotbeenuble
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The party designation (except
mm W) and the
mandoddresesotaupem
for whom nouflmtlonpapershave
beenmedgsofarasthesameaffecta
the elecbomorsaldcamty.mas
follows:
CONGRESSIONAL
mummcm
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Knutemn'osserandseventh
gem. Pmaser. Wash" dormant.
Wm. Leßoy Imm. No. one
MeadowS'tmeit,,oul.l'a.x,Wain!“-1
publlcan. ;
Cameron Sherwood, 216 Stanton
at... 'Walla Walla, Wash. Milena. ‘
Rank 'l'. Bell. Epm'ata, Wish.
Democnt .
317$ .00
Hal Holmes, 313 East Team 3t"
Ellensburg, Wash. Bmm.
Stella Alene Blanchard, Golda:
Chile, Wash, Repubnkn. 1
JUDICIAL
_Juglges of the Supreme Court
Position No. One:
ammumaommmmseb
attle, Wash.
‘ Joseph A. muery, 2612 North Uh
forn. Tacoma, Wam.
Edwin C. Ewing. 615 Spline St»
Seattle, Wash.
Eret [mm Casey. 115 [mist
St. Walla Walla. Wash.
Position No. Two: ‘
William J. Millard, 415 Maple
Park, Olympia, Wash.
Ray c. Gx'uhlke, Route No. 7‘
(nymph, Wash. ‘
Position No. Three !
thn 3. Robinson. 217 00de
Drive. Seattle, Wash. ' .
I Don G. Abel, 791 Pennsylvania
:Ave., Ghe‘halis, Wash.
1 LEGISLATIVE
> 38% Remnant!” 16th Dish-let
George F. Christensen, Stevenson,
Wash, Republican.
A 1 Henry, mm, Wash, Demo-J
mt.
NOTICE
NOTICE
IN E. Babcock. 1319 Kennewick
Ave. Kennewick. Wash" WW.
COUNTY
County Clerk
Etta. J. munch. Pmsser, Wash"
Dmmt.
County M
o. W. Neasly. Russet. Wash"
Duncan.
County Sheriff
Harry B. Cochran. 911 Kcnnewick
Avenue. Kmnewick. Wash. Damo
cmt
Willis J. Kimmcl. Planer. Wash.
Dancer-at
James Shepherd, Presser. Wash"
W
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Ben Knox, W. Wash. Demo
mt.
Harry mm Russet. Walt. Re-
Minn.
County man: Attorney _
Kenneth 8.33115. timer. Wuh
mgmn. Democrat.
7 7 County Auditor fl
Harley E. Chapman, Pmeser.
Wash. Democrat.
County Superintendent or Schools
Ruth Carmichael. Presser, Wad).
Ola: Strandwoid, m. 1. Prensa.
Wash.
County Commissioner 1:: District
I. M. Hm Benton City.
Wash. Republican.
Joshua H. mm, Mord Wash"
Republican. _ _
J. W. beheld, Benton City, wm.
Demmt.
Frank E. Meek. Mom, Wash"
Danna-wt.
County Comma-loner. 2111! M
William Guernaey. Pmsaer, Wash.
Danna-ax. ‘
M D. Kemp. Pam-er. WM!"
Democmt. ‘
Robert G. Evans. Paw. Wash.
Democrat.
E. R. Davies. Pan-er. Wash” Re-
Milan.
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pany's Plat of Kennewsck. Washing
-00:1.
The above described property shall
not, be sold for less than the sum of
$90.00 for cash in hand at, the time
of sale at which time a Treasurer's
deed will be executed cnddelivercd
to the purchaser.
Notice is nix-the: given. that if nec
emery said sale will be adjourned to
themmehmirimndaytodeyby
announcement made at me time and
place of sale or at the time and
piece to which said sale may be ad-
Joumed. not to exceed 30 days.
Dated m Presser. Washington thin
20th day of July. M.
H. E. CHAPMAN.
7:30-8:20 Ommty Auditor.
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