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3.5113116 per word W Mon—minimum.” If prepaid, five times for the price.“ lour.
mint Sale “mum
,mAL OFFERING lOO lbs.
W table turnips, value 33. 2
wk or Sycamore trees, value
an; 3 choice assorted peoniw sl,
.1! (or u at nursery. One ton stock
W! tops on, pulled, $lO the
pub. {Home Nursery, Richland.
”a SAWPotatws. gems. 1,5 mile
W and 15/4 mile east of Finley
ml. \A. Gilmore. 33-37 p
Wflem run netted gem
potatoes )2 a sack at place or 32.50
Wed, Kennewick. Pete Maude.
32-33 p
[OR SWZ-whwl trailer 4.50-21
new' film, license. Phone 91:9. 33p
' Phone
7 351.}: inesap apples.
m hnv‘éirickson, Richland.
m. J 0 32-349
ER ammm Rose potatoes.
m your own sacks. Get your
' m supply now. C. H. Meyer. 1,4
we south of Bremmer service sta-
M, 1:6 mile wut. . 32tf
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m BAlE—Netted Gem potatoes.
ml Schmelzer, [Phone 17x6, River
and. m. 1 311;:
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m aAIE—Or will trade for house
ad lot in Kenuewick or Pasco:
m A mostly in asparagus, good 7
I mu nurse, modern plumbing fur
} um or not at buyers option. Barn
and chicken house. Cheap for cash.
0,- 3. Richmond, Benton City, Wn.
time an alt:
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m-£ALE——weaner pigs. Bruce
moon. Highlands, Phonenm
31:1”
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KB SALE-One tour-room mod-\
on house—and one time-mom
we. Inquhe at this amine. . 27m
me We Island Red and
mu chickens. Harvey Davis,
My. Rt. 1 Kennewick. 32-33 p
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m SALE—OOOd wooden singie
Izod. coil springs and goal mattress‘
Samplebe. Phone 111. ‘ 33c:
”_—
WBARE CASH buyers for chickens,
Ms, sects. turkeys and guinea
Means and young goats. Morgan
Mars. Dufly’s Tourist Park, in
We no - ~'.. 7.1. a.”
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' ALLEN W. SMITH ‘ ‘
4. .mm TUNING
Benton City
' Appointment by Mail
DROEbC. CIgRY -
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. &rmmenee 402 m Av
PHONE 1361
DR. C. BRUNN
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Moulton & PoWell
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WELLER FUNERAL.
‘DIRECTORS
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Phones 2201 -- 2202
1. Leonard Mokler
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BENTON COUNTY
Abstract 81. Title Go.
PRICES RIGHT
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Universal Dentists
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WALLA WAL-u. WASH.
R L. LUNDY
Cluropractor
‘ Over Penney store
Phone 2671 Res. 282
FQR SALE—Large circulating heat-
ér for wood or Coal. Also will give
dandy male Collie dog (perfect pet
for -children) to anyone who will
give him a. good home. Ed Sellick,
phone 3362. 33“
"mull Mscellaneous Illmll'
LOST—Hum: up for Studebaker.
Finder please leave at this office!
FREE—Wood for the naming. Phohe
9x2. 33D
women—The Catholic Ladies "wm
serve their annual turkey dinner
on Wednesday evening Nov. 18 from
5:30 to 8:30 in the basement of the
Methodist Church. 32M
REGISTER PUREBRED BOAR—
Available (or service. The local
WA chapter has a registered pure
'bred Chester White boar available
for service. It is kept at the F. N.l
Giles ranch on the West Highlands:
«Phone 1642. 29-31’0!
TURKEY DINNER—In the Metho-
dist Church basemeent Wednesday
_night, Nov. 18 from 5:30 to 8:30.
Served by the Catholic Ladies. Ev
erybody invited. 3m
WE BUY RIDES—(no skin game)
at the Farmers Exchange. 3111
EATS AND GAPS—Hats deemed
and blocked 60c; caps cleaned 25c.
Forum Dye Works, phone one
two- . PB3OO. 321-,1
PAPEREANGING -- General house
cleaning, including me cleaning,
humming, wall. paper cleaning.
reasonable, phone 246’? utter ‘6 pm.“
111111111 l Wanted -l||lllllll
WANTED—Woman to care for
young child and do light house
work. Phone 1781. Inquire at Swift's
Cream Station. 3m
BE PATRIOTIC
Bring in your scrap to lick the
Japs—do your share to shorten
the war. Take care‘or what you
have—protect your home and
save fuel. Fix up'the place (or
winter—lam ' - ‘dele‘ay We. -‘
'We have all kinds of rooting, at
ceiling pm. I: your buildings
need paint, dmfl delay "fill the
cold weather—do the 16!) now
and!» mm 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 in the vital sunlight neces
sary to proper growth. Fine (or
closing in porches, too.
Don’t delay much longer in get- i
ting in your winter mel. Later
itmaybescaroeonaceountor
transportation. Uncle Sam
warnsyoutogetinywrsup—
.ply while it is still available.
We haVe fuel for 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
POP—Pop Always Has Put Up 3 Front
BIFF AND BANE
WANTED—Ib buy or rent itwo _or
three 50-gallon' drums for the
winter months. Inquire Soil Con
servation office, phone 1431. 331)
WANTED—Ride to Portland be
tween 13th and 16m. will share
expense. Gerber, South Finley schgol.
. 3p
‘WANTED—Used kitchen trash bum
f er. Harold Riggins, phone2Bo2. 33tf
VANTED—Gook apd waitress. Ap
ply at Paulsen’s Cafe on highway.
GIRL WANl‘lED—for general clean
ing. Commercial Hotel. 2611
1111111111 l For Rent“l|lllllllll
FOR RENT—Two-room house on
the River Road. Phone 2106, Mrs.
Elmer Olson. 31st
FOR RENT—Garage at 203 First
Ave. E. Phone .1766. I 33tl'
APPRECIATION ,
We wish to express our sincere
appreciation for the many kindness
es and assistance of our friends in
our recent bereavement.
Mr. and Mrs. John N. Larsen
Mr. and Mrs. Wiliiam F. Larsen
gfifiasésgfigééééimigm
At six o’clock each evening one
of the churdh bells in our civty rings
as a call to prayer for world peace
and asking God's blessing for our
boys who are defending our free
dom and fightihg under the banner
“In God is Our Trust."
The Unity class will meet Monday
night at the A. T. Belair home.
Beulah Scott, pastor of the Unity
Center in. Yakima. will speak.
CHURCH 01" Till NAZABINI
- J. H. Nolt, pastor
Sunday Bible school, 10 am.. Wm.
Mills, supt.
Last Sunday-rally day was good
and everybody seemed 'tb enjoy the
new auditorium. Everybody come
back and bring someone withyou.
‘ Morning worghip at 11. Subject:
N“The Book of Boobs.” ~
Evening prayer and 151325. at
6:45. 7 x ’
Evening Evangelistic servipe at
7:30. Theme “What sin can do."
. Midweek prayer services. Kenne
wi‘ck, Wednesday, 7:30 p.m.
. Hover, Thursday, 7:30 pm. ‘
mir' woman LUTHERAN
Second and Auburn Street: A
. Iw. Luna. Minister
Sunday ~schdol, 10:15 am. Ms.
W. "F. Hanson, supt.
Morning services, 1135. Sermon
topic, “The Brestplate."
Confirmation class meets Satur
day morning at 10. '
Ladies Aid meets at the home
of Mrs. L. Smith Thursday after
noon, November 19 mm Mrs. John
Smith as assistant hostess.
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Rollin B. Holden. Pasta
Lord’s day, November 15th, 1042.
10:30 Morning worship service.
“The Great Oonlesslon." Matt. 16.
Illustrated talk for the children.
- 8:00 Evening Gospel service. Mir
acles and melodia transcriptions
' m m (YO-nuns: (”DRIER-REPORT!!!
of beautiful music and dramatized
miracle of the present day.
7:46 Monday services at Wallula
church. ‘
4:00 Wednesday Bible club in the
church paflom.
8:00 viedna‘day evening midweek
service. In church parlors.
The new flag memorial of our
folks in the armed servicu of our
country was placed last Sunday.
Ten flags are in place.
Visitors always welcome with us
in this house of God. We have no
fads and fancies to preach. The
Gospel of the Cruel-fled Christ is
the message. The Bible the text
book. ‘
Bpthlehem English Lutheran
3rd and Benton St.
\M. c. Kauth, pastor
Divine Communion services Sun
day at .10:30 am. Sunday school
at 9:30 am. 0011155101131 services
at 10:00 am. You are cordially
invited to our services.
N tice of Eqmiintion of Columbia
Irrigation District
NOTICE is hereby given that the
secretary of the Columbia Irrigation
District has delivered his comleted
assessment roll to the board of di
rectors of the Columbia Irrigation
District, Where it is now on file. No—
tice is further given that the board
of directors will meet as a board'oi
equalization at 2 p. m. on Satmday,
the 28th day of November, 1942, at
their office at 10 Kennewick Ave.
Kennewick, Wash., for the purpose
of equalizing said assessment roll,
at which time the board will hear
and determine such objections as
may come beiore them. The board
will continue in session tram day
today,asmaybenecessaryiora
period of .10 days, exclusive of Sun
days. Given by order 01' the board
this 4th day of Nov., 1942. 11:5-19
JEAN MITCHELL, Secretary.
Notice of Winn of Kennewick
Irrigation District '
NOTICE is hereby given that the
secretary at me Kennewiék Irriga
tion District has delivered his com
pleted assessment roll to ,the board
of directors of the Kennewick Irri-
cation District, where it is now on
'i'ile.. Notice is further given that the
board will meet as a. boardof equal
ization at two o'clock on Saturday;
November 28, at their office in the
office at Gascoigne &_ Fyfe in Ken-J
newick, Wash, for the purpose of
equalizing said assessment roll, and
will determine such objeections as?
may come before them The board
will continue a: Section rain day‘
codayasmaybeneoessary,torai
period of. ten days, excmsive of Sun 4
days. Given by order of the bound‘
this 4th day of Novunber. 11:5-19‘
E. J. BRAND, secretary.‘
NOTICE or HEARING ON FINAL‘
ACCOUNT AND PETITION
. ton DISTRIBUTION
‘ N 0 2050 I
In Superior ,Court of the State‘
‘: Washington in and tor l
- Benton County I
In cue Bigger“ the Estate 911
CE is hereby given that M;
M. oulton, executor or the above
entidled utate. has filed his Final‘
Account and Petition for Distribu-‘
tion in the Office or the Clerk otj
the above entitled Court. and that
the Court B asked to settle canal
Final Account, to distribufle the
property of said estate to the heirs
or persons entitled to the same
and to discharge the executor. J
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 10th day of December.‘
1942, at the hour of 9:30 o’clock
in the Jorenoon. _ 1
if M. mm.
Mom-ton & Powell.
KenneWick, Wash.
Attorneys for Executor.
NOTICE OF EQUALIZATION 0F
PRIEST ms IRRIGATION
DISTRICT
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN:
i That the secretary-manager of the
Priest Rapids Irrigation District has
delivered its completed assessment
roll to the Board of Directors of
Priest Rapids Irrigation District.
Where it is now on file. Notice is
further given that the Board of di
rectorswmmeetasanoudof
Equalization at 2 p. m. on Tuesday.
the first day of December. 1942. at
the district office in White Bluffs.
Washington. 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 board will
continue in session from day to day
as may be necessary. for a period of
10 days. exclusive of Sundays.
GIVEN by order of the board of
directors this 4th day of Number.
1942.
WK W. cm.
Secretary-Manager.
' 11:12—26
ORDINANCE NO. 386
An Ordinance? Adopting the Budget
for the Year 1943
The City Council at the City at
Kennewlck Does Onhin as Follows:
General Government '
City treasurer. salaries $780: maint.‘
025: cap. out. $1705.
City clerk. salaries 8780: maint. 350.
City attorney. salaries $600; maint.‘
$160: cap. out. 350.-
City bids. and misc. ex.. mint. 86.55.
Postage and printing 3500.
State audit. ”50. -
Registration, :25.
‘Megnbership fee, Assoc. of Wash
cities 875.
City officer's bonds. $175.
imyor and councilmen. solutes. use.
IMiseelloneous expenses, SIOO.
Totals. salaries. 82640: mum... $2305:
cop. out. $1815; totals, .6760.
Protection to Penna! My
Chief of police, salary. 01700.
Patrolmen, two: salaries. 83800.
Extra help. saalries. :50.
Police judge. salary. 8240.
Miscellaneous expenses, 8470.45.
Jail. 860.
Indiana-m insurance, 8150.
Volunteer firemen. calories ”20;
maint, $410; cap. out. 8350.
Park supt. and hbor. m cm;
maint, $525.: cap. out. ”no.
Library. salaries. $840; mint. 825.
Health center, salaries 8630; mint.
, 6‘lo.
Civilian defame. 8500.
Street 1181113. $2900.
Hydrant tennis. 82150.
Sewer maintenance. 8125.
Totals, salaries. $8000: maint. 376-
91.46: cap. out. $950: totals $17.-
“ 241.45.
Budcet “£001.45. -
. . I n II I I I a
State liquor board. 87M. 1
Pin ball license. $3678.
*Buaineas license, 8350. - ‘
mm ‘ *
and hail. 8875. 1
Dog license. SSO.
Occupational license. mac. 1
Totals. 81W. 1
lAmount to be raised by general tax
etion, 09021.45. 1
x City street Fund
Street amt. and labor. salaries 0600;
Industrial instance, $300..
Clerical expenses. maint. $5. 1
Maintaianee. tax levy. S2OOO. ‘
Maintenance. gas fund. S2IM.
remain-action, gas fund. cap. want,
\ ml]. .
’Kennewlck Avenue bricke. maint.‘
SSOO.
’Totais, salaries. $4500; maint. “925:
cap. out. $000: totals. 31mm
’Estimated receipts. gas fund. 87000.
’Amount to be raised by nation,
$7825. _ a
Bond redemption and lamest. prim.
I 32500; int. $776.25: totals. swam.l
lßewer reserve fund, SSOO. ‘
Total amount to be raised by gen-1
; eral taxation, ”9,122.19. _ _i
sacrum (This ordinance m
be in mu tome and effect five dgys‘
after It: mace. approval ind-pub.
nation in the crucial newspaper of
the City of Kennewick.
Passed Number 5. W.
Approved November 5. 1942.
A. c. AMON. Mayor.
Attest: mm GAMPBELL.
City Clerk.
33061130!
11:12-28
An Odin-nee Adopting Tux levies
- for the Year I“:
The City Council at the City 0!
Beam Does omm: es Follows:
WK 1. flat the taxes tor
theyeer MoltheCltydKe-nne
wick. based upon assessed valuation
of 81.181407. one hereby levied in
the sum of ”0.12230 which levy as
millepeoneechonedollarofas
med veluefclon in the City of Ken
newlck as follows:
Bond Mempflon and interest 2.8
mills on can ml.
Gui-lent expense. 7.7 mills on each 81.
City sweet fund. 68 mills on each 31.
Sewer reserve fund. 05 mills on
each 81.
Total 1785 mills an etch sl.
sacrum 2. This ordinance shall
be in full force and effect five days
after its mssge. ”prowl and pub
lication in _the official newspaper of
the City of Kennewick.
Passed November 5. 1942
Approved November 5. 1942.
A. c. ARON. Mayor.
Athest: mm CAMPBELL. ‘
City Clerk. 1
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lnorrcz 18 my GIVEN: |
Mt in accordance with the pro-1
visions of an Act of Congress of the
United States. approved June 17.
1902. (32 Stat. 388). and acts amena
atory thereof and supplemental
thereto. known as the Reclamation
Law, and in accordance with an Act
of the legislature of the State of
Washington approvedMarchß, 1905
(L.1905,0hap.88). and the Act or
saidlegislatuze (b. 1917. (map. 117 M
approved March la. 1917. amende
tory thereof and supplemental therem
tomwlicationhaaheenmadebythe‘
Department of the Interior of the
United States to the State Super
visoronydraulicaofthestateof
Washington iceanatensicnoithe
time within which the followinzl
specifically named waters of the
Yakima River waterahed.Washing-‘
ton. shall remain withdrawn and
subject to no appropriation under
thelawsoithestateoiwminc
tonexceptthatofthe‘Unitedstatea.
astollowa: ‘
All of the waters of certain
sneamsendumwhichwereunap‘
nropriatedonnay 10. 1005.t0-wit: w
The Yakima River andallitsioL.
lowing named hunchea and tribu
taryatzeamsflowilrintotheYak-
ima River: all iakea. punt. and
mmmednimuuoithe
Yaflma Riverdncludimukexee
dieluaandallattcamaflominto
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By J. MILLAR WATT
By P. H. Gumbel-worth
ORDINANCE NO. 387
NOTI—CE
Washtncton. except that applica
tions ,may be received and permits
granted under pending or new appli
cations under the Water Code (Laws
of Washington. 1917. Chapter 117)
for appropriations for storage and
use of waters from the aforesaid
istrearns and their tributaries where
aid approprtatiom will not conflict
with present or projected use by the
United Stones. provided that when
the appropriatiom so applied for are
determined to be not in conflict with
present or contemplated uses of the
United States. a weiver to that effect
my be obtained {mm the Secretary
of the Interior.
1 That the period oi withdrawal of
said waters originally obtained under
the provisions oi the luvs aforesaid
has been extended from time to
time. in the manner provided by law:
that the period of the last exie'mion
0! time within which the United
States was required to utlllae mid
waters will expire December 31. 191:2.
That any person. firm or corpora
tion interested in. affected by. or
whose property rights will in any
way be affected or prejudiced by
the extension of time applied for
may file with the State Supervisor
of Hydraullcs. at his office in Olym
pia, Washington. objections or rcp
reaentatiom In writing against said
extension within ‘me period from
the date hereof until December 15.
M. after which said time aald ap
plication will be con-idem and the
matter determined.
“WITNESS my land and official
ml this can (by of November, 1942.
CRAB. J. mm.
State Supervisor of Hydraulics.
11:12—42:13
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