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II For Sale 1111111111
# Wm: saddle horse in
wt. condition and young, Will
‘ I“gamble to the right party.
”ID3- J. :W, Traeger. 29-30-p
firm—Guaranteed silk and
man hose. Phone 265 R Pasco,j
fl“ MEL-One four—room mod
“ home—and one fine-room
”mum at this office. 271;!
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I 3 SALE: Duo Therm on héater,
by size, good condition. Clyde
m. 29m
m“ ”five-rm house with
m full basement, ttwo screened
W. North lone street. See
a me. Phone 1507, Kennewick
26-30;)
108‘ Maurice New trailer
_we 7% x 18 almost completed.
M Lumber Co. Kennewick.
26 -30 p
WING BUSINESS SALE: No
me;- lst to 10th inclusive.
m (or the duration. My_ en
fimk of planting material now
am in the Nursery. Deciduous
my, iris. peonies, glads. can
“ was, roses, perennials, etc.
can; and look the place over. May
he you’ll see something you want.
m of sale: one-third off from
M prices. No reservations.
as: come. first served. Rerpember
u due—November lst to 10th.
W’s Rainbow Gardens, Rich
“ Wm. 30.31::
ma SALE—JWinesap apples, orch
u'd run. culls out. Phone 2702.
John mam, Richland. 28-3zp‘
LIVE POULTRY
SHIP TO
‘ Perry - Bros.
SEATTLE _
-‘ Mbhshed 3‘? Years
Write ma- Quotations
g morrssslounl
‘ " MII D 8 .
. Regulatms ._ Repatrmd
ALLEN W. SMITH l
-' PIANO TUNING ‘
Benton City 1
Appointment by- Mail i
DR. H. c. CURRY '
- OPTOWST
W in We]:
_ 8?. Residence 402 181: Av
PHONE 3181
. DR. C. BRUNN
”UGLESS PHYSICIAN
so: ”211;“ “t “(1:332:16 1521
Moulton & Powell
. LAW OFFICE
Office In muted Building
MUELLER FUNERA
DIRECTORS
. licensed Homelan-
Lody Attenhnt
m ACCOMODATIONS
Phones 2201 2202
J. Leonard Mokler
L rnunnxxo
and
‘ HEATING '
tandem. Phonon!
BENTON COUNTY
Ahtract & Title Go.
PRICES RIGHT
MSWMW
Crystal Clear Dental Places
Universal Dentists
DR. E. F. Ramon
Book Nook Building 1
WALLA WALLA, WASH. :
101 m W. Throckmorton
Swedish Massage ‘
and Physio Theapy _
- Hotel Kennewick, Phone 3181+
R. L. LUN DY
Chiropractor
9:213:23???” Storeßes. mi
FOR SALE: Windsor-Simmons steel
twin beds; double deck coil
springs: cotton felt mattress. Call
2317. Gene Spaulding. 30p
FOR SALE: 1934 Chev. mach. 2000
miles on rebored motor. Excellent
rubber. Robert Boies, Phone 2771. ‘
FOR SALE: Home canned mm aha
Itomato juice, put up in- pints;
quarts and two quarts. Also small
tools, including an Aladin lamp:
J. H. Sc'hurr, second house south
of canal on Gum street. 30p}
FOR SALE—Weaner pigs. Mrs. Alice}
Garrett. Phone 2178. 2%!
FOR SALE—New McCormick-Deer
mg electric separator. Call 17x2.
Sprague Randn. 25t1
Ijllllllll Wanted IIIIIIW
WANTED: pozen young, heavy.lay-‘
ing hens .of pullets. Phone 2246,‘
Kenyewick. Mrs. Wheeler. 7 30¢
IWANT-ED: Farm operator, also an
irrigator,‘ wages and percentage of?
operating profits, tract/or equip
ment furnished, for open crop land
and cattle .feding proposiion in Yak
ima. county. Write Box A flhis office,
giving experience and where could
.be interviewed. ‘3op
WIOM'AN WANTED from 7:00 am.‘
to 4:00 .pm. .80 take care of two-‘
year old child. Call at 123 E 3rd or‘
Phone 1172. 301::
WANTED: House with at least two
bedrooms in Kennewick or Pasco.
Phone 2388 Kennewick. J. P. Brosius
Rt. 2, Box 126. ' ‘ 30p
WANTEDALQ/irl or lady as house-
keeper. ‘Will consider young couple
with one child. Mrs. L. Minbon,
S. P. 85 s. Depot, Kennewick. Phone
2001. 30c
WANTED: 50 'tons dry sheep ma.-
nure. Richey & Gilbert 00., Yaki
ma, Wash.” . 30c
GIRL WAN’lEm—for general clean
ing. Commercial Hotel. 26:!
WANTED—Two tons or fourth cut
ting filling. hay. Call 3071. 274:1
‘WAN'l‘EDlfimwe to rent, Ed Lum;
c/.0, Twin City Creamery. 291:1"
11111111111 For tßénfilllllllllll
FOR RENT: Bedroom in modeljn
‘ home close in. Available at 402
Kennewick Ave.“ See Mrs. Reedezj.
29h!
llfllllll Miscellaneous "I”!!!
HA—TB AND CAPS—Hats cleaned
and blocked 60c; caps cleaned 25c,
Patterson Dye Works, phone one
two-mree. Pasco. - 321:1
PAPERHANGING -- General house
cleaning, including rug cleaning,
halaomlnlng, wall paper cleaning,
reasonable, phone 246-? after 6 pm.tf
I ’
BE PATRIOTIC
Bring in your scrap to lick the
japs—do your share to shorten
the war. Take care of what you
have—«protect your home and
save fuel. Fix up the place for
winter—don’t deleay too long.
We have all kinds of roofing, at
ceiling prices. I: your buildings
need pain-t, don’t delay ’-til the
cold weather—do the jdb. now
and be prepared for the winter.
We have “best grade outside
home paint at $3.30 per gallon.
Put Cello glass on your poultry
houses—keeps out the cold yet
lets 1n the vital sunlight neces
sary to proper growth. Fine [or
closing in borehes, too. .
Don’t delay much longer in set
ting in your win-ter fuel. Later
it may be scarce on account of
transportation. Uncle Sam
warns you to get in your sup
ply while it is still available.
We have me] .d'or every purpose
and can recommend the one best
suited to your purpose. Consult
us right now. Don’t delay longer
tor winter is just around the
corner.
POTLATCH YARDS, Inc.
Phone 241
Don’t be a Key-hoai-der.r There's
fighting metal in your old keys.
Drop them in your nearest Victory
rB.]E.‘Y-K.Al*l’ today!
Men, Women! Old at
40, 50, 60! Get Pep
FoolYoarsYoungor,FulloWim
Don't blame exhausted. worn-out. run-down leeling
on you me. Thousands named at what... little
pep?!“ up with Ostrex will do. Contains {Sign
touts often needed after 40—by bodiu kins
lron, calcium phosphate. Vitamin 31. A 73-year
oid doctor writs: "I took it myself. Results
were line." Special introductory sine Ostrex Tonic
Tablets costs only 35c. Slop ledlnfhgepla. old.
Start feeling peppier and younca. my by.
For sale at all gqod drug stores
everywhere—m Kennewick at
VIBBER - GIFFORD DRUG CO.
NBSC Conducts Survey
Of Soils in District
4- WHITE BLUFFS—At {he re
‘suest of the North Benton Soil Con
servation district, technicians of the
}soil conservation service were in
‘W-hite Bluffs, classifying soils ~and
hmaking crop studies on the irrigated
lands of the district. Wednesday and
F'Raursday. These soil classifications
and studies will be submitted to the
Idistrict supervisors for their approv
‘al, to be included in the district
‘program‘. At the first regular meet
;ing of the supervisors of the North
‘Benton Soil Conservatoin district,
‘held in the conservation office
Thursday evening, F. N. Hensley
‘was unanimously elected chairman
‘for one year. R. R. Woods was elect
jed secretary-treasurer. other mem
bers of the district governing body
present were J. H. Eett. L. L. Whit
wer, of Hanford; Earle Knalrb, _of
‘Vernita. Chairman! F. N. Hensley
presented the certificate of organiza
[tion, which was duly hung on the
office wall. He then reviewed the
} past activities of the formation of
the district. The supervisors dis
!cussed the preparation of their
Programn'and set Thursday, Oct. 29
for 'an open meeting to secure a
’cross section of _the problems in the
district. All land owners and oper
ja-tors are invited .to attend and
Icontrixbu'te to the solution of their
{farm problems.
The Hanford ferry began oper
ating Friday noon after a shutdown
or nearly two weeks. The engine of
the auxiliary, tug was taken .to
Yakima for an overhaul job.
Mrs. L. C. _Krug left for Kenne
wick Wednesday to spend a couple
days with her daughter-in-la-w, Mr.
and Mrs. Al amdt and family, be
fore continuing on to Spokane, to
visit for a week with another daugh
ter and son-in-law, Mr. 'and Mrs.
Howard Fetz.
A. L. Summers returned -from
working in the apple harVest at Zil
iah.. As he contracted a bad cold.
he Jound it necessary-- to return
Mrs. E. J...O'Larey’and daughter.
Mrs. M. G. Hitchcock, with three
children, Richard, Sam and Kath
leen, went .to Seattle Thursday to
spend a few days with John O’Larey
and family. - ‘ ’ 1
Mrs.. Addie Pitt of Yakima re
turned to her home Monday after
vieiting with friends in White Bluffs
the past week.
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF
THE STATE OF WASHINGTON.
IN AND FOR BENTON COUNTY
Intho'Matter of the Esmeot
'Charbs Eilertsen, Deceased, No.
2024. Notice of Hearing on Final
Account and Petition for Distribu
tion.
NOTICE Is HEREBY GIVEN
that R. _ S.‘ Reierson, administrator
of the above entitled estate, has filed
his Final Account and Petition for
Distribution in the office of the
Clerk of the above entitled Court.
and that the Court is asked to settle
said Firm] Account, to distribute the
propery of said estate to the heirs or
persons entitled to the same. and
to discharge the administrator.
Said Final Account and Petition
for Distribution will 'be heard by
the Court at the Court House in
Prosser, Benton County, Washing
ton, on the 12th day of November,
1942, at the hour of 9:30 o'clock
A. M. v - 1
R. S. REIRSON, Administrator
By MOUL'ION & POWELL,
Attorneys for Administrator
Kennewlck, Washington
10:15—11:5
Harry Forsyth
for
ASSESSOR
WOMEN WANTED!
CASCADE FROZEN FRUITS
COLD STORAGE SPACE
AVERY’S- COLD STORAGE
GOOD PAY—LONG HOURS
NIGHT OR DAY WORK
Apply immediately
BIG Y WAREHOUSE
Apples and Pears
PASCO
THE KENNEWICK, (WASH. 2 COURIER-REFORM
IN rm: summon comer on“
THE STATE OF WASHINGTON i
IN AND FOR BENTON COUNTY I
In the Matter 0! the Estate of Van
Buren Martin, Deceased, No. 2055.
Notice of Hearing on Final Ac
count nnd Petition for Distribu
tion.
NUI'ICE Is HEREBY GIVEN that
Etta Viola Martin, administratrix oi
the above entitled estate. has filed.
her Final Account and Petition for
Distribution in the office of the
Clerk of the above entitled Court.
and that the Court 3 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 administratrix.
Said Final Account and Petition
for Distribution will be inard by the
Court at the Court House in Prosser,
Benton County, Washington, on the
12th day of November, 1942, at the
hour of 9:30 o’clock A. M.
‘ E'l'l'A VIOLA mm.
° Administratrix.
By MOUL'ION 8: POWELL.
Attorneys for Administratrix
Kennewick, Wa§hington
10:15—1-l:5
NOTICE FOR. PUBLICATION
Isolated Tract
(Publisher)
PUBLIC LAND SALE
Department of the Interior
U. S. Land Ofiice at Spokane,‘
Washington, September 9, 1942.
Notice is herday glvenflwt, as dl
- by the Commissioner. at the
General Land Office, under provis
ions of section 2455, R. 8., as amend
ed by section 14‘od’ the act of June
28, 1934 (48 Stat... 1269), pursuant to
the application of John Holey Ayers.
Hover, Washington. Serial No.
018885, we will antea- at public sale,
to the highest bidder. but a not
less than $6.00 per acre, at 10 o’clock
am. on the sth day of November
next, at this office, the following
tract of land: SWKSWK od’Sec. 26.
'1‘:? N., R. 30 E, W. M.
Thg person making .the highest bid
will :be required to immediately pay
the amount thereon
. Any pamons claiming adversely
the above-mm land are advis
ed to me their claims. or objections,
on or before the time desmwd for
sale. -
Any person enfltkad to claim a
preference right under the first
pmvtsio of said,section 14 as an own
erafcontjguouslandmustassetthis
claim mm 30 days from me date
of public oflfering and conditional
sale to me highest. bidder and art the
arpiration of said preference mm
period. if no such right has been
asserted, the highest bidder wm be
declared the purchaser of the land.
HARRY N. CHILD, Ream.
To be punished for 5 consecutive
weeks in the cm—mr,oxerf
newick, Washdngton. 9:17-10:16
"N 53015: OF SALE _OF
STATE LANDS
NOTICE IS HEREBY GWEN.
That on Tuesday, the 10th day at
November, 1942, commencing at ten
io’clock in the torenoon of said day,
,in front or the main entrance door
‘to the Cwnty Court ste in the
city of Prosser, county at Benton,
‘State of “7% by the County
Auditor out said y, the tollowlng
dsecrtbed state hands. together with
the improvements situated Mean.
will «be sold a: public aution to the
highest bidde , therdOre, to-wit: ‘
NOTE—No one except citizens of
the United States, or pennns who
have declared their intention to
become such, can purchase state
lands. ‘
Application No. 17317
SWI4 of SWS4 of section 8, tom
ship 13 north, range 25 east, W. M.,
containing 40.00 acres,‘ more or
less, according .to the government
survey thereof. appraised at $400.00.
I Subject to easements for right of
way .for railroad heretofore granted
‘under Application No. 7020, also
} Subject to easement (or right of
way :for railroad heretofore granted
‘under Application No. 1410”. also
‘Theabovedeecribedlandisam
‘jeet to assessment under the River
‘iand Irrigation District and the pur
‘chaiser will be required to assume
payment or any assessments levied
writer the purchase at this property
either under contract or by deed.
,for
Application No. 17310 i
NE“ NE“ of section 18. town
ship 13 north, range 25 east. WM..|
containing 40.00 acres. more or 1e55,.
mending to the government survey
Ethereal. appraised at $400.00.
‘ Subject to easement for right of
‘way for county road heretofore
granted under Application No. 909.
also '
‘ Subject to easement for right 0!
way for inflation ditch heretofore
3ng under mutation No. 11230.
The above described land is sub-
Ject to assessment under the River
land Irrigation District and the pur
chaser will be required to assume
payment of any assessments levied
after the purchase of this property
either under contract or by deed.
Application No. 17524
88% of NW“ of section 18. town
’ship 13 north. range 25 east. W. 11.
containing 40.00 am. more or less.
Vaccording to the government survey
thereof, appraiseed at $400.00.
’ Subject to easement {or right or
may under pending Application No.
heals. also
Subject to assessment under the
’Priest Rapids Irrigation District.
‘ Saidlandswillbesoldfornotless
than the appraised value above stat
‘ed and upon the terms and condi
tions following:
Not less than one-tenth of the pur
chase prioe must be paid at the
‘ time of sale. The purchaser. if he be
not the owner of the improvements,
)must forthwith pay to the officer
{making the sale the i’ull amount of
the appraised value of the improve
:menets. as above stated. One-teenth‘
of the purchase price must be paid
annually thereafter with interest on‘
all deferred payments at the rate
otsix per oentum per annum: Pam
vided, That any purchaser may
make mil payment of principal. in
terest and statutory fees at any time
and obtain deed. The purchaser of
land containing timber or othre
valuufle materials is prohibited by
law from cutting or removing any;
such timber or materials without
first thaining consent of the 00mg
missioner at Public lands. until the
full amount of the pmohase price¢
hasheenpaid anddeed_issued. _]
All sales of state lands'axe made!
subject to the reservations of oils;
gases. coal. ones. minerals and (068118?
of every name. kind and description,
and to the additional terms and con-1
dltions and wsemtlons otl' chapter
312 or! the Session Laws at 1927. re
lating to easements for richt-oi-way
and the carrying at timber. stone.
minerals and other products over
the m. ‘
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By: mam: yam, ‘
Asst. Gem. of Public Lands.
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Phone 1241 Kennewick ‘
Harry Forsyth
ASSESSOR
KENNETH E.
SE RIE R
Democratic Candidate
tor
PROSECUTING
ATTORNEY
General Election November 8
VOTE FOR
James Shepherd
Republican
Candidate for
County Sheriff
Eight yen-s at etflcient and
and mental mention
at this office
VOTE, ON NOV. 3, FOR
C. L.’ POWELL
‘ '" Republican Candidate
_ for
PROSECUTING ATTORNEY
RIB-ELECT
l. M. HARTMAN
- ' Republicafn Candidafie
__ 0r...
COUNTY COMMISSIONER
- 4 Dim; No, 1
Resideht and hagmyer in Kiona-Benton City
or 38 years.
Votefor
ROBERT C. EVANS
DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE FOR
COUNTY COMMISSIONER
District No. 2
A farmer, businessman and taxpayer in Benton
County for 45 years. ‘
Served two terms as Benton County Com
. missioner, 1932 to 1938 ' \
E. B. DAVIES
COUNTY COMMISSIONER
Second District
A successful business experience and a‘ resident
of Benton county for 36 years
HoStetter Motor Co.
Phone 105 Pasco
WRECKER SERVICE
VOTE FOR
Republian Candidate for
Authorized FORD Agents
SALES-SERVICE
L. E. BABCOCK
Kennewick
Republican Candidate
for
State Representative
16!!! District
Member 1939 Session
Vote as You Wish
But
VO T E
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