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Ham December 31, 1942
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For Sale 1111111111
SALE—CoaI or wood range.
med with hot. water coils.
am, 381;:
f 33.51.13? Rutwbagas 8250 per
‘.‘ ad. Phone 1646 Carl Ben-
13m: 38 acres, alfalfa, mint.
"‘ acre asparagus, plastered
’; outbuildings. cabin, good
fiWCity. w. B. Galvin. Rich
- . 41p
W SALE—Kennewick, Sat.
”.2, Ip. m. If you have any
,fl'you wish to turn Into cash
3‘ it in. If you are thmki-ng of
L” a public sale we would like
gimme it for you. Satisfaction
iflnteed. Ash Auction 00. 39-40 p
ii SALE-. 011 heaters for either
‘ my oil or diesel. $59.50 to $7950.
pndios with phonographs. $7450
““105, just a few left. Beautiful
im sets with box springs and
I“ filled mattresses“ Lamps.
i” pictures and many other
Edd Christmas gifts which will
b“ membered and appreciated.:
’meher's Furniture, Kennewicgétr
”W Rose potatoes.
.:'-your own sacks. Get your
“supply now. 0. E. Meyer, 54‘
‘Molßremmer service stats
a,“ mile west. 321:1
Fem—o’ em pom. No. 1,
me suck: field run 3226. No. 2‘
um. N. L. Foraker, West High
5. 78A'LE—Mangle for ironing
.59”; Good as new. Phone 1632.:
.3: ”at
E BALE-1936 Oldsmobile four
: jdoa- delux sedan. One electric
‘_flmnt range. Mrs. J.’ E. Mulkey,
g! ist Ave. 401)
"‘, 00-or my cmcxs
.'w‘me of more top grade eggs
binding famous 00-Op strain
tllflte Morn Chicks. New Hamp-
L- . unites 101‘ poultry meat.
' Order early. _
'ldlngton Co-Op Chick Assn.
' Yakima.
MISMSL Phone 3304
PROFESSIOMI.
; cnnns
. mung .. Rem . _
_ ALLEN W. SMITH
, PIANO TUNING
’ Benton City
Appointment by Mail
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MCACOMODfrI'IONS
Phones 2201 - 2202
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Abstract & Title Co.
PRICES RIGHT
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Universal Dentists
n 3. 3. F. NEW-TON
Book Nook Building
In“ warm. wasn.
R. L. LUNDY ‘
Chiropractor
V " ”£3267: ’mau. as:
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WANTED—someone .to do a. family}
wash for two persons. Write or
see E. Kibbe, m. 1, Kennewick, Wn.}
in the Wheeler house. 40-4 ch
WANTED—To rentfior buy small
place. Frank L. Sherman, Rt. 2,
Walla Walla. Box 267. 40-419
News .33 és. sé”
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At six o’clock each evening one
outthedmrahbensinourcityringu
as a can to prayer for world peace
and asking God’s blessing for our
boys Who are defend-int our free
dom and fighting under the banner
“In God is Our Trust."
The Pilgrim Holiness church will
ring the Nazarene bell this week
and the First English church will
ring their :'bell next week.
CHURCH OF THE NAZARENI
. - J. H. Nolt, pastor
Sunday Bible school at 10:00 a.m.
Wm. Mills, supt.
Morning worship at ‘ 11:00 am.
Theme “Tovthe ,Victors!’
NYPS and prayer services at 6:45
pm.
Evening Evangelistic services _at!
7:30. Subject “The Awful Restate
of trifling wl-th God’s mercy.”
Midweek prayer servies, Kennewick
Wednesday at 7:30 p.m.: Hover,
Thursday, at 8:00 p.m.
Nothing can fail when God’s put-l
pose and life is in it.
PHaGRIDAIA POLINESS CHURCH
18 Benton street
, J. I“. measure. pastor.
Sunday school, 9:45 a.m.
Devotional services, 11:00 a.m.
' Young People’s meeting, 6 :30 p.m.
Devotional services, 7 :30 p.m.
Church prayer meeting 'Wednes
day; 7:30 p.m. ' ‘
There is no day too poqr to
bring us an opportunity and We
are, never so rich that we can
afford to spurn what the day brings.
FIRST-k ENGLISH LUTHERAN
‘_' ‘Seco‘ ”£137.55 Aab'fi—w—‘
P. J. Luvaas, Minister
Res. 604 Kennewick Avenue
Sundair school, 10:15 a.m. Mrs.
W. 1". Hanson, supt. 7 ,
Morning service, 11:15 with the
celebration of the Lord's Supper.
Confirmation class ,Saturday, 10:00
am. \ ‘
——S. P. & S
Passenger Trains
Leave
_ KENNEWICK, WASH.
Fon—
Vanconver, .Wn.
PORTLAND
Western Oregon
California Points
Pasco
SPOKANE
East of Spokane
for other information can or
telephone
L. MINTON, Agent
Telephone 2001
Wanted-« Turkeys- Poultry, Eggs“
We are paying the following prices delivered Portland, Oregon,
“subject to change ,without notice.”
No. l'vLive Colored Hen5..................25c
No. l Leghorn Hens, 3% lbs. up . . . . . . . . . .231:
No- l Colored Springs 30c
Prime DreSsed Young Hen Turkeys . . ._.37 I/;c ,
Prime Dressed Young Tom Turkeys. . . .34c
No. l Dressed Young Ducks . ..bec
No. 1 Dressed Young Geese ..............25c
Poultry Farm Eggs 47 lbs. up........._:. .48c
Poultry Farm mediums, cases included... . .42c
We :umish ooops on request and will dress your turkeys for you
Northwest Poultry & Dairy Products Co.
Main Office and Dressing Plant 232 8152. Oak St., Pom-«thud, Ore.
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RADIOS. OIL HEATERS—LmIted‘
amount. Inquire by mail. Merton
W. Cochran, Rt. 1, Kennewick. ¢
WE BUY BEES—(no skin game)
at the Farmers Exchange. 3m
M AND GAPS—Hats cleaned
andblocked 00c: capsuleanedzsc.
Patterson Dye Worn. phone ane
two-bhree. Pasco. m
Minbons Day Nursery—Now pre
pared to care for small children.
Mrs. L. Minton, Phone 2001, Ken
newick. (Gt!
PAPER-HANGING - General house
cleaning, including rug cleaning.
balsomlnlng, wall paper cleaning,
reasonable, phone 246?. site: 6 p.m.tf
DOST—Bem'fis ’ mi (Eaton—Re
ward. Alice E. Chalcraft, Rich
land. ' ~ , 40p
NOTICE OF DELINQUENT mm-
GATION ASSESSMENTS AND
sap: or LANDS THEREFOR
“ Richland Irrigation District -
} Notice is hereby given that irri-
Igation assessmqu for the year 1942}
of the Richland Irrigation District
upon premises and lands within said
District are now delinquent and in
terest on the amount or each assess
ment has accrued thereto. and said
assessments including said accrued
interests and costs, are payable at
the office of the undersigned 'llreas
urer of Benton County. '
Inasmuch as these delinquent as
sessments stand as alien against
the real property for which they
are assessed and unless the said
assessments, together with said ac
crued interest and costs are paid
prior to Wednesday. the 20th day of
’January, 1943, I will, as commanded
,by law on said date,’ at the hour
of 10 o’clock A. M. of said day. at
front entrance of the Court House
in the City of Prosser. Washington.
sell reach and all of said tracts on
which said assessments. accrued in.
terest and costs shall not then have
been paid, or so much thereof as
shall be necessary to meet the same.
Such sale shall be in the manner
by statute made and provided and
the land sold shall be subject to r 1;
demption as provided by law
such cases. .
All-of-said lands are situate in
Townships numbered North from
the base line and Ranges numbered
East from the Williamette Meridian,‘
in Benton County; State of Wash-1
ington. ' .
Three lists of all property delin
quent in the district mentioned
above are posted in each voting pre
cinct and in the places hereinafter
mentioned: . - =
One at the Grange Hall in Sec
tion 2, Township 9 North, Range
‘2B EW; '
One at the corner of the main
hiway opposite the residence of
J. F. Bell, in Section 23. Town
ship 'lO North; Range 28 EWM;
One at the hiway opposite the
residence of P. L. Griffith in
Section 14,; Township 9 North,
Range 28 EWM.
. One additional copy is also posted
.in the office of the Board of Di
rectors of the Richland District and
one in the office of the County
LIVE POULTRY
SHEEP TO
Perry - Bros.
SEATTLE
Eatwbnshed 37 Years
Write for Quotations
WEE?) WW’WM
Treasurer of Benton County, Wash-
Dated this 28th day of December,
1942, at Prasser Washington.
C. W. NESSLY,
Treasurer of Benton County
and Ex-Offlcio Treasurer
of Richland District.
_ 1231-1:14
NOTICE OF DELINQUENT [RR]-
GATION ASSESSMENTS AND
SALE OF LANDS THEREFOR
Rriest Rapids Irrigation District
Notice is hereby given that irriga
tion assessments for the year 1942
09 the Priest Rapids Irrigation Dis
trlct upon premises and lands withs
in said District are now delinquent?
and interest on the amount of each
assessment has accruedathereto, and!
said assessments including said‘
accrued interest and costs, are payJ
able at the office of the undersigned
Treasuer of Benton County.
Inasmuch as these delinquent as
sessments stand as a lien against
the real property for which they are
assessed and unless the said assess
men-ts, together with said accrued
interests and costs are paid prior to
Wednesday. the 20th day of Janu
ary, 1943, I will, as commanded by
law on said date, at the hour of
10 o'clock A. M. of said day, at
front entrance of the Court House
in the City of Prosser, Washing
ton, sell eachand all of said tracts
lon which said assessments, accrued
"interest and costs shall not then
:have been paid, or so much thereof
as shall be necessary to meet the
same. Such sale shall be in the
manner by statute made and pro
vided and the land sold shall be
subject to {redemption as provided
::by law in such cases.
, All of said lands are situate in
Townships numbered North from the
base line and Ranges numbered East
from the Williamet-te Meridian, in
Benton County. state of Wash
ington .
Three lists of all property delin
quent in the district mentioned
above are posted in each voting pre
cinct and in the places hereinafter
mentioned: .
On a telephone pole at the
. Southwest corner of Tract 71
of White Bluffs Orchard Tracts.
according to the recorded plat
thereof on file in the office
, of the Auditor of Benton County,
Washington;
On a power pole on the West
, side of the road at.the North
‘ east corner of Section 16, Town
, ahipl3,North.Rahce2'lEWM;
l On a telephone pole on the East
* side of the Buford-Kennewick
V road at théNorthwest corner of
l the Northeast qua-ter of Section
36, Township 13 North, Rame
l 27 EWM. ,
One additional copy is also posted
intheofficeoftheßoardofDi
rectors of the Priest Rapids District:
‘Mmemmedfiwdmemum
Treasurer of Benton enmity, Wash
lnsbon. '
Dated this 20th day of December,
1942, at Prosser, Washington.
C. W; NESSLY,
Treasurer of Benton Gmnty
and Ex-Otficio Treasurer
of Priest Rapids District.
1231—1:14
36-41 c
NOTICE OF DELINQUENT mm-
GATION ASSESSMENTS AND 1
smwmfiiv "LAND“"E'M" ‘m‘wn‘
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| Notice is hereby given that irri
igation assessments for the year 19a
of the Columbia Irrigation District
upon premises and lands within said‘
District are now‘ delinquent and
interest on the amount of each as-‘
easement has accrued thereto. and:
‘said assessments including said ac
;crued intereest and costs, are pay
able at the office of the underigned
Treasurer of Ben-ton County.
1 Inasmuch as thee delinquent as
sessments stand as a lien against
the real property for which they are
assessed and unless the said We
ments. together with said accrued
interest and posts are paid prior to
Wednesday, the 20th day of Janu
ary. 1943, I will, as commanded by
law on said date, at the hour of
10 o’clock A. M. of said day, at
trout entrance of the Court House
in the City of Prosser, Washington,
selleachandallofsaid tractson
which said assessments, accrued in
terest and costs shall not then have
been paid, or so much thereof as
shall be necessary to meet the same.
Such sale shall be in the manner
by statute made and provided and
thelandsoldshallbesubjectto
redemption as provided by law in
such cases.
All ofsaid lands are situate in
Townships numbered North from
the base line and Ranges numbered
East from the Williamet-te Meridian.
in Benton County, State of Wash-
ington. ‘ '
Three lists of all property delin
quent in the district mentioned
above are posted in each voting pre
cinet and in the places hereinafter
mentioned: 1
Precinct No. 1. One at the margin
of‘the State Himy erasing 01"
Columbia Irrigation W’s!
canal in Section 31-10-8: (
One at the margin of the state
hiway at the Northeast corner of
SW 1,4 of the NW“ of Section
30-9-29:
One at the intersection oi the
Highlands Road~wtth the State
11-‘liway in the SW34 or Section
28-9-29: ' .
PrecinctNo.2.oneatthePostOf.
tice, Kennewick, Washington;
One near the intersection of
Auburn Street and Kennewick
Avenue, Kennewick, Washington:
One at the City Hall, Kennewick.
Washington:
Precinct No. 3. One on the County
Road opposite the Northeast cor
ner of Section 22-B_-30;
one at the Gmnge Hall, Finley.
Washington;
One at the Finley Store, Finley,
’ Washington: , -
Product No. 4. One on the margin
of the County Road mposite the
(residence of H. 8.- Hughes in
Section 81-8-31;
One on the margin of the med
at the residence of C. J. Dublin
in Section 54-31;
One at the novel- Store. Hover.
Washington.
One additional copy is tho posted
In the office of the Board of Dl
- of the Columbia District;
and one in the office of the County
Treasurer of Benton County. Wash
ington.
Dated this 28th day of December.
1942, at Prosser. Washington.
e. W. NESSLY.
masurer of Benton County
and Ex-Omcio Treasmer
of Column: District;
1231-1:14
NOTICE OF DELINQUENT [RR]-
GATION ASSESSMENTS AND
SALE OF LANDS mama
Kennewick Irrigation District ‘
Notice is hereby given that irriga
tion assessments for the year 1942
of the Kennewick Irrigation District
upon premises and lands within said
iDistrict are now delinquent and in
terestth amountofeachassess
ment has accrued thereto, and said
assessments including said accrued
interest and costs, are payable at;
the office of the undersigned Treasa
urer of Benton County. 1
Inasmuch as these delinquent as-‘
sessments stand as a lien acains’q
the real property for which they are
assessed and unless the said assess-l
ments. together with said warnedl
interest and costs are paid prior tol
Wednesday. the 20th day of Janu
ary. 1943. I will. as commanded by
law'ogdrid date. at the hour of
m o'cl A. 31.0! said day. at mm‘
entranceoi’theCmirtßouseinthe
City or Prosser. Washington. sell
each and all of said tracts on which
said assessments. accrued interest
and costs shall not then have been'
paid. or so much thereof as shall
be necessary to meet the same.
Such sale shall he in the manner
by statute made'and provided and
th land sold shall be subject to te
demption as provided by law in such
cases.
Allofsald hntkmdhntein
Townships mmbened North from
thebasenneandfiangesnumhered
Eastfmmthewmiameuenefldlm.
mßenton Oounustueotwm
ington. '
Thu-e lists of all property delin
quent in the district mentioned
aboveareposfiedlneachvoungpne
clnct and in the places hereinafter
mentioned:
At the Improvement (Hub Home.
located on m as. the High
lands Plot “8". according to the
recorded plat thereof. -
At the Northeast corner of Sec
tion 11. Township 8 North, Range
29 m. known as the Cemeo
tery corner.
One at the Post Office at Kama,
Washington. which b located on
Lots 6 and 7. Block 4. Keiso's
. First Addition m Kano. would.
in; to _the reoox'dedplat thereof.
One additional copy Is also posted
in the office of the Board of Dl
- of the Kennewick Diem:
andoneintheofnceoftbeCmmty
Treasurer of Benton County. Wash
ington.
Dated this 28th day of December,
1942. at Prosser. Washington. I
0. w. NESBLY,
Treasurer of Benton County]
' and z-Offlcio Treasurer
of Kennewick District.
- _ 1231-1:14}
NOTICE OF SALE OF
STATE LANDS
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN.
That on My, the sth day of
January, 1948, commencing at ten
’o’clock in the fomenoon at said day.
in iront of the main entmce door
‘to the County Court House in the
city of Prosser. county of Benton.
State otl.’ Washington. by the County
Auditor of said county, the following
described state lands. meme!- with
the improvements thereon. will be‘
sold at public auction to the highest
bidder theretor, to wit: ‘
NOTE—Nomaoemdflnemol'the
United SMorpenon-whohnve
decked their Intention to been
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Lots 11 and 12 or section 2. town-l
‘smplsnmh.range2seut.w.u..
containingaziacmmoreorleu,
‘aboordingtothegovernmentsurvey
’thereot, appraised at 32.11250. Im
‘ movements appraised at 62,440.00. l
’Saidlandswillheaomtornot
lessthan'theappraiaedvalueabam
ptatedanduponthetermsandeon
nations following: ‘ ‘
Not less than one-tenth at the
purchaseprioemuathepaidatthe
timeod’sale. 'l‘hepurchaser.ifhe
be not the owner or the improve
ments. must forthwith pay to the
‘omeer making the sale the fun
‘ammmtortheappraisedvameofthe
nimmpvemenQasabovestated. One-‘
‘tenth of the purchase price must‘
‘be paid annually thereafter with:
Wonandeferredpaymentaat
therateotaixpercentmnperan-i
num: MMMtanypurchaserl
may make mll payment of principal.
intenest and statutory fees at any
time and-obtain deed. The pur
chaserotlandoontainingtimhera'
other valuable materialaisprohib
ited by law Imm cutting or me
movinganysuohtimberormateflah
without first obtaining consent ol
meOommissionex-otPuhuc Lands.
untilthefull ammntofthepur
mmtnsbeenpaidanddeed
Ansalesoratatelendsuemede‘
subjecttothe reservation; of oils.‘
gasescoeLa'es,minemls and (can
of every name, kind and description,
and to the additional tenn! and
conditions preached in setup 3‘
Mammoofthenudlm.
Saidlandwmbesoldsubjectto
mewmcondmons and mum
tionsotchatertnotthem
Laws of Intremtoemu
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NOTICE OF HEARING FINAL
REPORT AND PETITION FOR
DISTRIBUTION
htheSWCou-totthesuu
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Balance-my
In the latter a! the Estate 0!
Olennoennolcmhdeceued.
‘NUI'ICE is hemeby given that
ißlant'hefiolcoul).executrmofthe
estate of Clarence 1... 801mb. has
filed In the owne o! the Clerk‘
daldcwrtha'flnureponmd
pefluonfordummmmthe
courttoeetucutdxeporttodmu
hutcthepropertytotheperm
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cud Blanche Holcomb: and thut
sud new and petttton wfll he
headwatezutduyomeuu-y.
ue.:tmao a.m.. ctthecourt.
room of and Court at Pmuer,
Washington.
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cutotMOourt.
12:24-19!
NOTICE OF SALE OF
STATE LANDS
NOTICE IS 1.1-1! GIVEN“
thet on Tuesday. the sth day at
January. 196. commencing et ten}
o'clock in the foreman at mid dom
in front of the meta entrance doom
to the County Court House in the}
city of Prosser. county of BentonJ
State or Washington, by the County
Auditor of said county. the follow
ing deeaihed state lends. together
with the improvanente eitueted
thumwillbeeoidetpubiiceuc
tion to the W bidder theme
for. to-wit: ‘
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By Frank Yates.
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‘the m helm at m:
alarm-name. demoed. the. unknown
helm at mybene B. Moultrop. de
ceased. the unknown heirs of D.
Bird-en. deeeued. 0.130 all other
persons or peruee unknown chim
tng any right. title. eetetc. lien or
Interest In and to the real property
described in the commemt herein.
' You are hereby summoned to an
- pear within on days after the date
of the first publication of this sum
‘ mom. tc-wit: 00 days after the sist
day of December. m 2. and defend
the above entitled action in the
above entitled court. and answer
the complaint of the plaintiffs, and
carve a copy of your answer upon the
under-aimed attorneys {or plaintiffs
at their office below stated. and in
caae of your failure ac to do judg
ment will be rendered against you
according to the demand or the com
plaint which has been tiled with
the clerk of said court.
'the object of this action is to
recover Judgment in favor of plain
tiue and against each and all of the
defendants. “Judging plaintiffs to
he the owners in ice simple of the
following deacrihed real property. to
wit:
Section 1: menorth halfand the
couthwest quarter of Section 2;
and the aouthweet quarter and the
northeast m of Section 4.
Township 0. North. Range 39. E.-
Wll.
The north haif and the acutheaat
quarter of Section 28: all of Sec
ticn 27: the east half and the
northwest caper. and NI - NIB
aw; in; ow 8W: N 158! OW:
Its an on SW. section a; and
the acutheaat quarter of Section
8. all in m 7 North. Range
”0 ‘.'“. ‘
and quoting title to aid real prop
peuty in plaintifta against each and
all of the «tendent. forever har
ring all W and all ma.
firm or corporations clainiu w.
through or under that (can heu
after claiming or aaaarflng any ”I.
title. eatate. lien or infant in and
to the above W real m
and m to plaintiffs ouch tur
ther allot a the court can grant
hi the m.
mm & rowan.
Attorneys ler m
ouioe and P. o. Male-a. m
Dental 00W. WWI,” ’ ‘
I 671? 77M?! MAILI
In our «gunk-don
we men-ule out no
eonpliehnnenlbythe
degree to which we
have pleased and
served our friend»
A: New Year’s ap
proeehee, we renew
onrpledgeoffnllde
votion to pnnci’ ple
of lonnd building
and honest dealing.
IDEAL .
. CLEANERS
magmas
|Hué—_-Eiestfi?J—Yéfi£a|
Mupoftheworld
to you. friend- and
WAarpof
bkuinp (audio!
Minerva
wilhfor‘you.
GASGHGNE
& FYFE,’ IN C.
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