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My' December 10, 1942
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laminar Sale 111111111 l
”1 SALE: Order your Christmas
W 73 now. Prime young turkeys
”a to order. L. A. Cox, West
wads. Phone 2767. 37c
93 SALE: 38 acres. attalfa, mint,
0, we asparagus, plastered
W 3 outbuildings. cabin, good
“Eclectricity. W. B. Calvin, Rich-3
“. 411)
m SALE: Modem 5-room house
do” in. Inquire this office. 37111
m WTMee-year-old Guam-1
”y heifer, due to freshen anyi
.’. fled Giles, phone 1642. 3'7-Bc.
’.’_—___ .
'WON SALE—Kennewick, Sat,
003- 19, ,1 .p. m. If you have any
mw sell, bring it in. Attend the;
119 may. Ash Auction 00. 37-Bp,
{'._—_— gnflnaOilheabers for eitheri
m on or diesel, $59.50 -to $79.50.
”radios with phonographs. $74.50‘
”149.95, just a few left. Beautiful!
W sets with box springs and}
m filled mattresses. Lamps;
m pictures and many other
udlll Christmas gifts Which will
.mwnembered and appreciated.
macher’s Furniture, Kennewicgau
m SALE: Walnut desk and up-
Wed chair cheap. Call 1596.
m Kennewick Ave. 375)
m Pll6B for sale. G. X. Letter,
mat Highlands. 37p
mum-« Potatoes, gems, 35 mile
mend % mile east of Finley
m]. .A. Gilmore. 33-37 p
In Win Rose potatoes.
w your own sacks. Get your
gun supply now. C. H. Meyer, 1,4,
.119 a_outh of Bremmer service sta
u, u mile west. 32“
m SALE—One four-room mod-
an house—and one flue-rm
mmmmlsaffloe. 27M
mans—Cheap. 1932 Oldsmobile
A-l condition, driven 37,000 miles.
my Axtell, So. Highlands. 36-37 p
10R SHE—Carlom 0; good dry
ahbwood; also 100 shocks 0! very
good, dry, corn fodder. Joe Gel-ands,
m , Kennewick. - 36-7 p
FOR SALE—Gem potatoes, No. 1,
83 permk; field run $2.25, No. 2
31:31.75. N. L. Foraker, West High
luh, Me 2787. 36“
mon Regulating _ m 1
Benton City
AMI-ment by Mail
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Imus Eye Examination
& Residence 402 lat Avcl
PHONE 1361
fineness mswm
Office u Residence ’
An. A Phone 1521:
Moulton & Powell
one. in mum swam
flamed Hartman:
¥ Phones 2201 2202
LLammflnkkkr }
‘MS'L M4lll
Abstract & Title Go.
0‘3“) Clear Dental Plates
Universal Dentists
Bu 1:. 1?. mon
Book Nook Building
Over Pefiney Store I
I“ M 2671 m 202
FOR SALE—Winesap apples. Supply
limited, 75c and up. Bring Contam
ers. Also eggs. 11,5 mi. east of SPB
depot. 37p
ONE FINE pure bred Springer s'pan
iel. Year old dog for sale. Morgan
at Duffy’s auto court. 37p
”AUCTION SALE: Thursaay, Dec. 17,
h starting at I:p.m. Having leased
_ymy farm, I will sell the following
,1 at my place 51,5 miles south-east
{of Kennewick: Horses—4 year old‘
«=vblack mare,. weight 1400 lbs; 7 year
':old :brown gelding, weight 1400 “SW
'9 year old black mare, weight 1500‘
.lbs.; . smooth mouth black mare,‘
gweight 1500. Harness—two sets of
,harness, collars. Chickens—3 dozen
Plymouth Rock pullets. Hogs—l 6
shoats, weight 80 to 100 lbs; .16
weaners; 5 Poland China brood
isows; 1 Chester White boar. Ma
;chinery—l mower, 1 rake, 1 potato:
"planter, 1 potato digger, 1 riding:
icultivator, 1 walking.‘ cultivator, 1
'two-section spring tooth, 1 two-sec-
Ition spike tooth, 1 lister, 1 corn
:planter, 1 ‘l4in. plow, 1 ditcher. A
inum-ber of single and double trees,
'some blacksmith tools and odds and
Bring in your scrap 10 Mi the
japs—do your share to shorten
the war. Take care of what you
have—protect your home and
save fuel. Fix up the plaee tor
winter—don"t deleay too long.
We have all kinds of rooting, at
ceiling prices. It your buildings
need paint, don’t delay ’-til the
cold weather-£0 the job 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 for
closing in porches, too.
Don’t delay much longer in set
ting in your winter fuel. Later
it may be scarce on account or
transportation. Uncle Sam
warns you .to get in your sup
ply while it is still available.
We have fuel xfor every purpose
and can recommend the one best
suited to your purpose. Consult
us right now. Don't delay longer
to: winter is Just around the
corner. ‘
Phone 241 7 ‘
Wanted-" Turkeys; Poultry, Eggs
We are paying the following prices delivered Portland, Oregon,
“subject to change without notice.”
No. 1 Live Colored Hens 25c
No. l Leghorn Hens, 3% lbs. up . . . .. . . . . .23c
No- l Colored Springs 30c
Prime Dressed Young Hen Turkeys .. .__.37 1/2c
Prime Dressed Young Tom Turkeys. . . . . .34c
No. 1 Dressed Young Ducks ..............26c
No. l 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.
POP—Literal-Minded Pop
ends too numerous be mention. Ear
‘corn and fodder. Household goods—
-1 6—‘hole Monarch range, 2 heating
‘stoves, a Philco radio. dining table
and chairs, stands and other articles
too numerous. JOSEPH GERARDS.
owner, Ed Olney, bonded auctioneer,
Mrs. Olny, clerk. Terms cash. 370
11111111 l Mince-115358 1111111 l
PICKLED UP—Two yearling colts,
black and a bay, some white in
(aces. Owner may haVe same by
paying charges. C. C. Dunning, mile
south of Finley. 361:1
CAMPBELL’S Custom Cannery will
can meat and chicken Friday,
December 18, between 10 and 12
o’clock. 36-79
llllllllllf Wilited- 111111111 l
WANTED—I Tire size 4.75x21 for
Model A. Must :be in No. 1 condi
tion. Phone 3181 or call at Brem
mer’s Cabin Camp. 371)
Uncle Sam needs more eggs and
poultry meat. Do your part to help
—wbrood chicks this year.
Place your order now for
White Leghdms—New Hampshires
Washington Co-Op Chick Assn.
602 s. First St. Phone 3304
WANTED Everyone to come to the
turkey dinner given at the ME.
church by the WSCS Friday, Dec.
11, 5:30 to 8:30 pm. 36-79
WE BUY mum's:(m skin game)
at the Farmers mohange. 311:!
EATS AND GAPS—Eats cleaned
and blocked 60c: caps cleaned 25c.
Petterson Dye Works. phone one
two-three. Pasco. 32c:
BAPEREANGmG General house
cleaning, including rug cleaning.
kalsomining, wall paper cleaning,
reasonable. phone 248?! utter 6 p.m.tf
IF'OR RENT—Five room imodem
house, 3 miles southeast of Kenne
wick. Phone 3342. M. Schuster. 3611!
OFTER BEST white globe turnips
$3 far 100 lbs., while they last: 2nd
grade $2; others $1 Bring contain
er. Home Nursery Richland. 36-37 c
House inside city limits. Must havm
two bedrooms. Price must be right;
W. G. Batterson, Rt. No. 2. 36-371
amount. Inquire by mail. Merton
W. Cochran, Rt. 1, Kennewick;
‘ 38-41 c
PHONE W 5141
Horse Heaven Residents
Shop in Walla Walla
l Western Horse Heaven —Mr. and
‘Mrs. Maurice Mcßee. Mrs. E. H.
’Mcßee and daughter Anne were in
‘Walla Walla Tuesday to do some
Christmas shopping. Mrs. Maurice
Mcßee and Anna Mcßee stayed over
until Wednesday. _
; Mrs. Nels Burkhart who has been
bin California to see Harry Hadley.
came home. Harry has lived at the
3Burkhart home for a number of
years. He is now in the Marine‘
corps and expects to be transferred
from California at any time. 4
Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Travis and
son plan to leave Monday for
Game d' Alene to spend the Christ
mas holidays and part of the winter.
New Officers Elected
At Telephone Meeting
Locust Grove—The annual tele
phone meeting ‘was held Saturday
at the local hall. new officers
were elected: President, Gilbert
Clodfelter, vice president, Roy Krat
zer, secretary, Henry Smith.
Mrs. Ora Dickinson is spending
a few weeks at the home of heri
daughter, Mrs. Gilbert Edwards. ‘
Raymond Andersons Go
To the Young Place
Western Horse Heaven—The Ray
mond Andersons are moving to the
old Young place where Mr. and
Mrs. Carol Dimmick lived the past
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Smith were
guests Sunday of the Earl Magqu
son family in Kennewick.
' Mrs. E. H. Mdßee recently pur
chased a new car.
“Rock” Richmond Serves
On Jury in. Yakima
Locust Grove—Mr. and Mrs. Rock
Richmond are visiting in Yakima
this week. Mr. Richmond is on
jury duty. .
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Smith enter
tained at dinner on Thursday the
Henry Liebel family, the Ward Rupp
family and the Palmer family of
Mr. and Mrs. A. 'A. Edwards
visited at the Frank Lyons home
on Sunday.
1 Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Burch of Hid
den Treasure ranch have shipped
their turkeys to Sunnyside to be
dressed. Their three sons are in
the service and owing to scarcity
of labor, were unable to do the work
at home as in previous years.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Clark recently
received word that their grandsons,
Raymond Clark of Yakima, and L
orene Bishop of Walla Walla, are now‘
reported with the AEF‘ somewhere
in Africa. Both boys have been in
training in England. ‘
Among the new books now avail
able at the library are: They Were
Expendable, See Hem Private Har
grove, 80 Your Husband's Gone to
War, Look to the Mountain, Gentle
man Ranker, Past Imperfect, Sev
enth Cross, The Day Must pawn“
King’s Row, and- The Glass Key. §
Juvenile books include: Sky 111th
The New Alphabet of Aviation, Bach
to Treasure Island. Bambi, Flying
Furies, War-Time Handbook and
Gifts of the Library Guild are:
The Emerald Tiger, Ace In the Hole,
The Whispering Cup; The Dead
Line. Speak No Evil, and The Case
of the Shopfitter’s Shoe.
Notice of Hearing of Final Account
and Petition for Distribution
1 E 5 §upeHor Run: of the State
of Washington in and for Bepton
; QR A-DORA mmN, Deceased
1 Notice is hereby given that C. E.
‘Nicosin. administrator of the above
entitled estate. has filed his Final‘
Account and Petition {gr Distribu-‘
tion in the Office of the Clerk;
No. 2061
oi the above entitled Court. and
that the Court is 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 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 7th day of January.
1943, at the hour of 9:30 o'clocki
in the forenoon.
His Attorneys. 12:10-24
that on Tuesday. the sth day of
January. 1943. commencing at ten
o’clock in the forenoon of said day,
in front of 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 follow-‘
ing described state lands. together‘
with the improvements situated
thereon. will be sold at public auc
tion to the highest bidder there
for. to-wit: . 1
NOTE—No one except citizens}
of the United States. or persons
who have declared their intention
to become such, can purchase state}
lands. ’
Application No. 17589
I NEIA. of NWIA of section 18.
township 13 north, range 25 east.
W. M., containing 40.00 acres. more
or less, according to the govern
ment survey thereof. appraised at
$400.00 .
Subject to easement for right
of way for power line heretofore
granted under Application No. 11230.
Said lands will be sold for not less
than the appraised value above
stated and upon the terms and
conditions following: °
Not less than one-tenth of the
purchase price must be paid at the
time of sale. The purchaser, if he
be not the owner of the improve
ment, must forthwith pay to the‘
officer making the sale the mill
amount of the appraised value of
the improvements, as above stated.
One-tenth of the purchase price
lmust be paid annually thereafter
§with interest on all deferred pay
‘ments at the rate of six per eentum
‘per annum: Provided. That any
mirchaser may make full payment
of principal, interest and statutory
fees at. any time and obtain deed.
The purchaser of land containing
timber or other valuable materials
is prohibited by law from cutting
or removing any such timber or
materials without first obtaining
consent of the Commissioner of
Public Lands. until the full amount
of the purchase price has been
paid and deed issued.
All sales of state lands are made
subject to the reservation of oils.
‘gases, coal. ores. minerals and fos
sils of/every name. kind and de
scription, and to the additional
terms and conditions prescribed in
section 3 of chapter 256 of the
Laws of 1907. ‘ l
-Sa.id lands willbeaoidtothe
terms. conditions and reservations
91' chapter 312 of the Session Lows
of 1927. relating to easement: {on
rights-ot-way and the .carx‘ying oi"
timber, stone, minerals and otheri
products over the same.
By Frank Yates, 1
Asst. Commissioner of‘
12:5-31 , Public Lands”
NO. 2098
In the, Superior Court of the Shte
of Washington in gm! for Benton
Notice is hereby given that letters
testamentary on the estate of SadieJ
if}. Conway, deceased. have been
granted to the undersigned by the
{said Superior Court. ,
All persons having claims against
said «tate are required to serve
same with ma vouchers upon}
me at the office of Moulton at P5!-
'eu, Kennéwick, Washington, ima tile
lthe same, together with moot or
service with the clerk 0! this court.
within six months after the date
of the first publieetion of this notice.
to-wit: within six months from the
3rd day of December, 1942. or they
shall be forever barred.
WILLIAM 10858. Executor,
8y Moulton 4: Powell
His Attorneys.
Dec. 3-17‘
In the Superior Court of the State
of Washington in and for Benton
“ HARVEY r. ammo and amps
'G. OWENS. husband and wife
Plaintiffs. vs. 0. K. WILLIAMSON.
et al. Defendants.
’ The State of Washington to:
r O. K. Williamson. Whiter R. 'Wel-;
. ler. and P'aui Hamilton. trustees of
, Horse Heaven Irrigation Districtl
-‘Dissolved. Margaret M. Moore. Fran
lees Elizabeth Straith. Frances Eliza
,lbeth Davidson. Maude G. Long.
‘trloyd Long. Frances L. Long. and J.
Grier Long. Jr., Ida Krutz. Benton
County. a county of the State of
Washington. B. W. Moore and Carrie
Moore. husband and wife. .1. W.
Shields and Jane Dow Shields his
,wife. true name unknown, Arthur
ißiiss and Ella Bliss. husband and
‘wife. Emma J. I-lepplewhite and
John Doe Hepplewhite her husband.
true name unknown. Paul M. Find
lay and,Jane DOe Findlay his wife.
true name unknown. 0. W. Kuehner
and Jane Doe Kuehner his wife. true
name unknown. Birdsay A. Kelley
and W. E. Kelley. husband and wife.
Birdsay A. Blair and Paris Blair. her
hmbmd. Albert 11. leek and Jane
Doe Leek. his wife. true name un
known, 3. I. Birdaell and W. H.
Birdsell. executors and trustees of
the estate of D. Birdsell. deceased.
John Smith and Jane Doe Smith.
his wife. true name unknown. and
W. D. Moore and Mrs. W. D. Moore.
husband and wife.
Also the 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 Irons. deceased. the
unknown heirs of M. O. Klitten. de
ceased. the unknown heirs of Ms
gara Linklater, deceased. the un
known heirs of Sarah Montgomery.
deceased. the unknown heirs of Ida
Barnett. deceased. the unknown
heirs "of 8. H. Dichenson. deceased.
the unknown heirs of Elisabeth
Burlingame. deceased. the unknown
heirs of Maybelle B. Moultrop. de
ceased. the unknown heirs of D.
Birdseli. deceased. also all other
persons or parties unknown claim
ing any right. title. estate. lien or
interest in and to the real property
described in the complaint herein.
You are hereby summoned to ap- .
pear within 00 days after the date
of the first publication‘of this sum
mons. to-wit: on days after the 10th
day of December. ms. and defend
the above entitled action in the
above entitled court. and answer «
the complaint of the plaintiffs. and :
serve a copy of your answer upon the
undersigned attorneys for plaintiffs
at flseir office below stated. and in
’ment will be rendered against you
mm demand of the com, '
minim: has been. filed with
the clerk of said some ‘ _
.- The object of‘this action is-to
recover judgment a: flavor of plain-.
tiffs and amnst sch and all of me
defendants. adiudainz plaintiffs to
be the owners in fee shale of the
s3oqu described real property. to- i
: ‘ I
Section 1: menorthwmme
southwest clutter of Section 2;
northeast quartet-‘0! mm 4.
The north hell and the eoutheut
quarter of Sectlon 28: all of Sec
tion 2'l: the ent halt end the
northwest quarter. and NE NIL
8w; mg SW SW: Mass awn
855 SE SE SW. Seetlon 84: end
the southeast wetter of Sectlon
28. :11an “(Not-tn. Blue
8. Emu.
and quiettnz title tog-1d reel plop
‘mh ”magnum each end
ring all Mend-nu and all per-one.
By P. H. Omnberwortb
_By' J. MILLAR wxrr
firms or corporations claiming by.
through or under them from here
after cleaning or asserting any right.
title. estate. lien or interest in end
«to the above described real property
and granting to plaintiffs such fur
)ther relief as the court can grant
in the premises.
b uommou a; POWELL
Attorneys for Plaintiffs
Lorne: and P. 0. Address. Kennewick,
} Benton County. Washington
, sun: mums
‘ That on Tuesday. the sth day of
January. 1943. commencing at ten
o‘clock in the iomnoon of said day.
in front of 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
described state lands. together with
the improvements thereon. will he
sold at public auction to the highest
bidder therefor. to wit:
NOTE—No one except citizens of the
United States. or persons who have
declared their intention to become
such. can puchase state lands.
Application No. 17587
Lots 11 and 12 of section 2. town
ship 18 north. range 25 east. W. M.,
containing 4225 acres. more. or less.
according to the government survey
thereof. appraised at 32.11250. Im
provements appraised at 02.44000.
Said lands will be said for not
less than the appraised value above
stated and upon the terms and con
ditions following:
Not less than one-tenth of the
purchase price must be paid at the
time of sale. The purchaser. if he
be not the owner of 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 purchase price must
he paid annually thereafter with
interest on all deterred payments at
the rate of six per centinn per an
num: Provided. “at any purchaser
may make lull payment of principal.
interest and statutory fees at any
time,and obtain dead. The pur
chaser ot land containing timber or
other valuable materials is prohib
ited by law. from cutting or re
moving any such. cipher or materials
without first obtaining consent of
the W of Public Lands.
until'the f amount of the pur
chase price haa been paid and deed
[m .
All sales of state lands are made
simiect to the reservations of oils.
gases. coal. ores. minerals _and fast!
of every name. kind and description.
and to the additional terms and
conditions W in section 8
of chapter as of the Laws of 1007.
Bald land will he sold subject to
the terms. conditions and reserva
tion of chapter 812 or the Session
Laws of m. relating to easements
(or rights-of-way and the carrying
ct timber. stone. mmerais andothsr
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