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MON SALE-(KenneWick, Sat...
w. 5, 1:00 pm. It you have any
”to sell bring it in. Attend
B .19 anyway. Ash Auction 00.
35-69
m SALE: 3 heifers, 1 Jersey, 2
we”, long yearlings. H. E.
W, Route 1, Hedges Depot.
35-613
I} sun-Four-wheel trailer with
four good tires. Cream Separator.
W Davis, Rt. 1. Finley. 35-36 p
“gr A HOUSE—About the only
mnowtobe sure of one is to
I! it. We have several for sale,
W: small or medium, at prices
mensmate with their value.
mu be a more vigorous demand
“was in the near future. Better
,3: sure of your roof now. See
If, or Mrs. Lane K. Larson, 116
w street, phone 491. 36p
imam-aromas, gems, 1,5 mile
wand ya mile eastomeley
M IA. Gilmore. 33—37 p
m SAlE—Jthbe Rose potatoes;
may your own sacks. Get yom
m supply now. 0. E. Meyer, 1,4
all! mu of Bremmer service stem
111. 5‘ mile mt. 321:1
m SHE—One four-room mod
n name—and one fine-room
m. Inquire at this oflfloe. 2m
[on SALE: Jersey heifer just fresh,
moo. T. B. Dorton, South High
buds. 35-6 p
a SALE—Weaner pigs. A. L.
more, West Highlands. 3413 f
m SALE—Cheap. 1932 Oldsmobile
A-l condition, driven 37,000 miles.
my Axtell, So. Highlands. 36-3‘7p
WE ARE CASH buyers for chickens,
ducks, sects, turkeys and guinéa
Ml. eggs and young goats. Morgan
Runners, Dufly’s Tourist Park, in
mnewlck. 36!)
m SALE—Carload of good dry
dab wood; also 100 shocks of very
pod, dry, com fodder. Joe Gerards,
nu , KenneWick, 36-7-p
m SHE—Gem , potatoes. No. 1:.
33 pa; sack; field 'run $225, No. 2
It $1.75. N. L. Foraker, West High
hnt, phone 2787. 36121
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Universal Dentists
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Book Nook Building
WALLA WALLA. wasn.
R. L. LUNDY
Cluropractor
on £23???” ”in. m
PAT YOUNG roosters for sale, phone
2732, Dehnoff.
FOR SALE—Used toilet complete,
SIOO, l-gal. glass jugs. Eichner’s
Shop. 369
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HIGHLAND Methodist Church Aid
will serve dinner, family style in
the church basement, December 10,
6:30 to 8:00 pm. Rummage sale,
fish pond, etc. 500 adults and 25c
children. 35-6 p
FREE—Good, friendly police dog,
about a. year old, will 'be given to
anyone promising him a good home.
M. Glasow, phone 2781. 361)
PICKED ”UP—Two yearling colts,
black and a bay, some white in
faces. Owner may have same by
paying charges. 0. C. Dunning, mile‘
south of Finley. 36h!
SOMEONE left a pair of bifocal
glasses at my shop. Owner is wel
come to them :by paying the two bits
.for this ad. E. V. Lewis. 3611
BE PATRIOTIC
Bring in your scrap ~00 1:01: 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
Mum—don’t deleay too long.
We have an kinds of rooting, at
ceiling prim. If your buildings
need paint, don’t delay ’-til the
cold weather—do the jab now
and be m‘epared 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 for
closing' in (porches, too.
Don’t delay much longer in get
ting in your winter :fuel. Later
it may be scarce on a'ccount of
transportation. Uncle Sam
warnsyou-togetinywrm
ply while it is still available.
We have fuel (or every purpose
and can recommend the one best
suited to your purpose. Consult
us right now. Don’t delay longer
(or winter is Just around the
corner. .
POTLATCH- YARDS, Inc.
Phone 241
Wanted--4-Turkeys, Poultry, Eggs
We are paying the ionowing prices delivered Portland, Oregon,
“subject to change without notice.”
No. 1 Live Colored Hens 25c
No. l Leghorn Hens,- 31/2 lbs. up . . . .. . . . . .23c
No- 1 Colored Springs 301:
Prime Dressed Young Hen Turkeys. . . . .361/2c
Prime Dressed Young Tom Turkeys. . . . . .340
No.l Dressed-Young Ducks ... . . . . . . . . . .26c
No. 1 Dressed Young Geese ..............25c
Poultry Farm Eggs 47 lbs. up.,. . . . . . . . . . .48c
Poultry Farm mediums, cases included. . . .42c
. We furnish ooops on request and will dress your turkeys for you
Northwest Poultry & Dairy Products Co.
Main Office and Dressing Plant 232 SE. Oak St, Portland, Ore.
PHONE EAst 5141
i POP—Normal Youngster
BIFF AND BANG
CAMPBEIL’S Custom Cannery will
can meat and chicken Friday.
December 18, between 10 and 12
o’clock. 36-79
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Uncle Sam needs more eggs and
poultry meat. Do your part to help
—4)rood chicks this year.
Place your order now .for
CO-OP BABY CHICKS
White Leghorns—New Hampshixm
Washington Co-Op Chick Assn.
Yakima ~
602 S. First St. Phone 3304
WANTED Everyone to come to the
turkey dinner given at the ME.
church by mmscs Friday, Dec.
11, 5:30 to 8:30 pm. 36-7 p
WILL PAY cash for used 6 ft. tan
dem or 5-ft. off-set disc. Dan E.
Gerber near Finley school or address
Kennewick, Wn. 35-6 p
WE BUY RIDES—(no skin game)
at the Farmers Exchange. 31h!
HATS AND GAPS—Hats cleaned
and blocked 60c: caps cleaned 25c.
Petterson Dye Works, [mane one
two-flhree. Pasco. 32kt
PAPERHAJNGING General house
cleaning. including me cleaning,
kalsominlng, wall papa- cleaning.
reasonable. phone 2467 after 8 p.m.tt
FOR RENT—Five room modern
house, 3 miles southeast of Kenne
wick. Phone 3342. M. Schuster. 36m?
BE SURE and come to the turkey
dinner Friday, Dec. 11, at the
Methodist church. Served by the
W 3. 0. S. 369
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
NO. 2098
In the Superior Court of the State
of Washington in and for Benton
County. .
IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE
OF SADIE E. CONWAY, Deceased.
Notice is hereby given that letters
testamentary on the estate of Sadie
E. Conway, deceased, have been
granted to the undersigned by the
said Superior Court.
All persons having claims against
said estate are required to serve
same with necessary vouchers upon
me at the office of Moulton & Pow
ell, KenneWick, Washington, and file
the same, together with proorf of
service with the clerk of this court.
within' six months after the date
of the first publication of this notice.
to-wit: within six months from the
3rd day of December, 1942, or they
Shall be forever barred.
WILLIAM DOSSE, Executor.
By Moulton 6; Powell
‘ His Attorneys.
Dec. 3-17
TEE KENNEWICK. (Walk: MEIER-REFORM
ORDINANCE NO. 388
An Ordinance Providing for Psy-t
ment to the Mum end Members
of the City Council of the City at
Kennewick for Attendance at
Council Meetings and for Reim
bursement of actual expenses.
The City Council of the City of Ken-
newick Does Ordaln as Follows:
Section 1. That after January 1,
1943, the Mayor and members of the
City Council of the City of Kenne
wick shall be reimbursed for actual
expenses incurred in the discharge
of their official duties upon presen
tation of claims therefor, after allow
ance and approval thereof by the
City Council. '
Section 2. That the Mayor and
each member of the City Council of,
’the City of Kennewick shall be paid
for attending city council meetings
ithe sum of $5.00 per meeting, for‘
not to exceed two council meetings
per month, provided said payment
shall be made only for actual at-i
tendance at such council meetings
and upon vouchers. presented to and!
approved by the City Council after
attendance at such meetings. and
provided further that payment to:
the Mayor and oouncilmen of the!
per diem compensation provided!
herein shall only be made to suchl
officers whose terms of office com
mence after this ordinance becomes
effective.
Section 3. This ordinance shall be
in full force and effect five days
after its approval, passage and pub-I
lication in the official newspaper
of the City of Kennewick.
Passed December 1, 1942.
Approved December 1, 1942.
A. C. AMON,
Mayor.
WINIFRED CAMPBEIL,
City Clerk.
Approved as to form:
CHARLES L. POWELL,
City Attorney.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
‘ln the District Court of the United
1 States for the Eastern District of
' Washington Southern Division. _
‘ln the Matter of John L. Mcßain
l and Hilda Moßain, husband and
wife, Bankrupts.
‘To the Creditors of John L. Mcßain
‘ and Hilda Mcßain, husband and
wife, Bankrupts:
NOTICE is hereby given that on
the 9th day of September, 1942, the
said John L. 11033111 and Hilda Mc-
Bain. husband and wife, were ad
judged bankr-upts under Section 75,
of the Bankruptcy Act. The first
meeting of Creditors of said Bank
rupts will be held _in the Superior
Court room in Prosser, Washington,
before the Conciliation Commission
er, on the 14th day of December,.
1942. at the hour of 2:00 o’clock p.
1m" of said date at which time and
place the creditors may attend, prove
iclaims, examine the bankrupts and
adjust any other business at said
time properly before the meeting.
Dated this 23rd day of November,
1942.
' ANDREW BROWN.
Concflation Commissioner.
SUMMONS BY PUBLICATION
In the Superior Court of the State
of Washington in and for Benton
County.
HARVEY F. OWENS and RILDA
G. OWENS, . husband and wife
Plaintiffs. vs. 0. K. WILLIAMSON,
et al. Defendants.
The State of Washington to:
0. K. Williamson, Walter R. 'Wel
ler, and Pam Hamilton, trustees of
Horse Heaven Irrigation District
Dissolved, Margaret M. Moore, Fran
ces Elizabeth Straith, Frances Eliza
‘beth Davidson, Maude G. Long.
LLloyd Long, Frances 1.. Long, and J.
‘Grleg Long. Jr., Ida Krutz, Benton
iCounty, a county of the State of
‘Washington. B. W. Moore and Carrie
.Moore, husband and wife, J. Wu
Shielcb and Jane Dow Shields his‘
wife, true name unknown, Arthur
Bliss and Ella. 'Bliss, husband and
wife, Emma J. Hepple-white and
John Doe Hepplewhite her husband,
true name unknown, Paul M. Find
lay and Jane Doe Findlay his wife.‘
true name unknown, c. W. Kuehner
and Jane Doe Kuehner his wife. true}
name unknown. Birdsay A. Kelley‘
and W. E. Kelley. husband and wife.i
Birdsay A. Blair and Paris Blair. her
husband. Albert 11. Leek and Jane}
Doeneek,htswife,tmemmeun
known. 3. I. 'Bardsell and W. 3.1
Birdsell, executors and tmstees of
known, 8. I. Blrdsell and W. H.‘
John Smith and Jane Doe Smith.
his wife. true name unknown, and
W. D. Moore and Mrs. W. D. Moore,
husband and wife.
Also tll'e unknown heirs of Walter
Baker Moore. (Walter B. Moore) de
ceased, the unknown heirs of Frank
A. Moore. deceased. the unknown
heirs of J. Grier Long. deceased. the
unknown heirs of M. O. Kiitten, de
ceased. the unknown heirs of Ma
gara Linklater. deceased. the un
known heirs of Sarah Montgomery.
deceased, the unknown heirs of Ida
Barnett. deceased. the unknown
heirs of S. H. Dickenson. deceased.
the unknown heirs of Elizabeth‘
IBurlingame. deceased. the unknown
{heirs of Maybelle B. Moultrop. de-’
.ceased, the unknown heirs of Dfi‘
‘Birdseil, deceased, also all otheri
persons or parties unknown claim
ing any right. title. estate. lien or
:interest in and to the real property
[described in the complaint herein.
I You are hereby summoned to ap
‘pear within 60 days after the date
of the first publication of this sum
mons, to-wit: 60 days after the 3rd
day of December. 1942, and defend
the above entitled action in the
above entitled court. and answer
hue complaint of the plaintiffs. and
serve a copy of your answer upon the
undersigned attorneys for plaintiffs
at their office below stated. and in
case of your failure so to do judg
ment will be rendered against you
according to the demand of the com
plaint which has been filed with
the clerk of said court.
The object of this action is to
recover judgment in favor of plain
tiffs and against each and all of the
defendants. adjudsing plaintiffs to
be the owners in fee am of the
following described real rty. to
wit:
Section 1: the north half and the
southwest quarter of Section 2:
and the southtvest quarter and the
northeast quarter of Section 4,
Township 6 North. Range 29. E.-
WM. ,
The north half and the southeast
quarter of Section 26: all of Sec
tion 27; the east bait and the
northwest quarter. and NE NE
SW; Nls SW SW: thSE SW:
EléSESESW.Section34:and
the southeast quarter of Section
28.‘ all in Township 7 North. Range
29. E.W.M.
and quieting title to said real prop
perty in plaintiffs against each and
all of the defendants. forever har
ring all defendants and all persons.
firms or corporations claiming by.
through or under them from here
after claiming or asserting any right.
title. estate, lien or interest in and
to the above described real property
and granting to plaintiffs such fur
ther relief as tile court can grant
in the premises. '
} MOUL'ION & POWELL
Attorneys for Plaintiffs
Office and P. 0. Address, Kennel
, Benton County. Wuhlngtpq
NOTICE OF SALE OF
STATE LANDS
NOTICE lB HEREBY GIVEN,
That on My. the sth day of
January, 1948. commencing at ten
o’clock in the forenoon 01' said day.
in. front at the main entrance door
to the County Court House in the
city of Prosser, county of Benton,
State of Washington, by the County
Auditor of said county. the following
descrfied state lands. together with
the improvements thereon. will be
sold at public auction to the highest
bidder therefor. to wit: ‘
NOTE—No one except citizens of the
United Stotee, or ms who have
dechred their intuition to bow-Io
such, can purchase state lands.
- Application No. 17587 7 1
Lots 11 and 12 of section 2. town
shipwnorth.range2seast.w.m.,
containing 42.25 acres. mom or less,
according to the government survey]
thereof. appraised at $2,112.50. Im
provements appraised at 82,440.00. 4
Subject to the rights of the holder
of Dense No. 30052. Wm issued
unidex-i Appuuttqg 80. 34138:
Bfldhndswfllbesold fox-not
less than the appraised "Jae above
stated and upon the terms and con
among following:
Not ‘less than one-tenth of the
puchaseprioemustbepaidatthe
time of sale. The purchaser. if he
be not the owner oi' the improve
ments. must forthwith pay to the
officer making the sale the full
amount of the appraised value of the
improvements. as above stated. One
tenth of the mmhase price must
be paid annually thereafter with
interest on all deferred payments at
Itherateoisixpercentumperan
num: Provided. That any purchaser
may make mil payment of principal.
interest and statutory fees at my!
time and obtain deed. The par-1
chaser of land containing timber all"
other valuable materials is prohib
‘ited by law from cutting or re
pmoving any such timber or materials
without first obtaining consent of
the Commissioner oi Public Lands.
until the full amount of the pur
chase price has been paid and deed
issued. .
All sales of state lands are made
subject to the reservations of oils.
gases. coal, ores, minerals and fosil
of every name. kind and description.
and to the additional terms and
conditions prescribed in section 8
orchapterzieoftheLawsof 1907.
Said land will be sold subject to
the terms. conditions and reserva
tions of chapter 312 or the Session
La‘rs of 1927. relating to easements
for rights-of-way and the carrying
of timber. stone, minerals and other
products over the same.
JACK TAYIDR.
By FRANK yams.
Asst. Comm. of Public unds.
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NOTICE
lowing named branches and tribu
tary streams (lowing into the Yak
ima River; all lakes. ponds. and
mrings in the drainage area of the
Yakima River. including Lake Kee
chelus. and all streams flowing into
Lake Keechelus: Lain!- Kachess. and
all streams flowing into Lake Kaoh
eas: Kachess River from Lake Kach.
as to Yakima River; Big Creek:
Lake Cie Elam and all stream flow
ing into Lake Cle Elum: Cle Elam
River from Lake Cle Elum to the
Yakima River; Teanaway River:
Swank Creek; Nachos River and all
tributary streams thereof: Toppen
iah Creek and Batus Creek; not in
cluding any water appropriation
that has been in good iaith initiated
prior to May 'lO. 1905. under any
law of said State.
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streams and lakes unappropria on
April 28. 1906. to-wit:
Joe Lake. Spectacle Lake. Wep
tus Lake. Cooper Lake. Hyas Lake.
Fish Lake. Little Creek. Mosquito
Creek. Cabin Creek. Menastesh
Cheek. Silver Creek. Reese:- Creek,
Wilson Creek, Teneum Creek. Um
tanum Creek. Wenas Creek. Dry
Creek. Robinson Greek. Kittitas
Creek. Brush Creek. Lemon Creek.
Caribou Creek. Cherry Creek. Park
Greek. Belah 9reek. Ahtanum Creek.
for a period extending from De
cember 81. IM2. to December 31. 1965.
That during the period for Which
eeid extension or time is asked. water
from the compo: above described
when not be subject to improprie
ticn under any law oi the State of
’Waehim‘tcn. except thet applica
'ucne may he received and permit
}cranted under pending or new appli
lceticns under the Water Code (ham
or Washington. 191?. Chapter 11'!)
'tcr cppmprietions (or stoma end
lune of wetere from me eiomeid
streams and their tributaries where
‘eaid eppmcpriaticne will not conflict
with ment or projected use by the
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the appropriation- ec applied (or ace
ldetemm to he not in conflict with
present or ccntempleted ace. of the
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