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Inmday, June 24, 1943
Want . Adls
RATES—I° per word per insertion—mimimum, 250; i 1 prepaid five times for the price of four '
___________i,
”W For Sale 1111111111
77'
pO3 SALE—Bath tub and wash
bowl in good condition. Mrs. L.
mum, Phone 2001. 13c
It
[OR SALE—Thirty sacks seed po
tame! in storage; 8 White Rose,
8 Gems. and 14 Cobblers. Grown
flan certified seed; $3 per sack.
l; M.McAlister, Rt. 1, Kennewick.
lltt
P 3 sun—22 acres. irrigated.
10' water cost, 5 room house.
m house, garage. barn. 800 d
ma; meme fruit etc. Inquire
“Ana’ssrdAvaafterop-m.
Kennewick. Wash. 9’13?
FOR SALE . . .
150 acres near duPonts project.
New house, pumping plant, a
fine place for resort, on River
road.
‘2 Acres, fine soil, 2 houses one
modern, nine rooms; grapes. al
falfa asparagus, potatoes, lots of
out buildings; all wired for elec
tricity; automatic PumD; 3130111:
3 miles from Kennewick, SIO,OOO.
52 acres near If‘inley; house, barn,
alfalfa, peas, potatoes, $4,000,
SIOOO dom. .
75 ads—3o alfalfa, 10 asparagus,
5 3 sets buildings; barn, garage,
chicken house; about S3OOO ma
chinery; 24 cows, 2 bulls, horse;
SIO,OOO down, balance terms.
mu buyer; to: 5 acre tracts.
11 you have any houses to rent,
all me. I make no charge for
rentals. '
line home and duplex—all fur
nished in best location in Ken
newick. This is a nice place. Not
sold on terms, but can get loan
on this. ' '
K. C. GIFFORD:
REAL ESTATE BROKER
Roxy Theater Phone 2482
Kennewick, Wash.
PROFESSIONAL
HMS
IAMERICAN LEGIONJ
Bohrfw. 311 Post No. 33 I
M In and 32d Thursdays
Indian and members falcon:
haunting Re
ALLEN W. SMITH
mayo TUNING
Benton City
Immune!“ by Mall
DR. H. C. CURRY
OPTOMETRIST
‘ Examined—Glasses Fitted
_tt residence—4o2 131: Ave.
1361 HOURS 9 to 5
DR. C. BRUNN
nuamss PHYSICIAN
Office at Residence
A"’- A Phone 152:
Moulton & Powell
LAW OFFICE
Ohio: in Havstad Building
Your AVON Rep.
Phone 611 or write to
#O. 18 Everett Street
Ins. ANDERSON
MUELLER FUNERAL
DIRECTORS
Lbs-sea Monicians
mefifii‘é'iuous
‘ Phones 2201 2202
D. W. ZENT
“hm! 3: law
“5 3 l'ourth St. Phone 375
Pasco, Wash.
R._ L.LUNDY
Chiropractor
o'er Paine: am
On, “We 3371 Res. an
FOR SALE—2O milk cows. J. R.‘
Gowing, Phone 3046, Rt. 1. 131:!
59 ACRES IMPROVED. PULL
WATER RIGHT. 2V; S.W.
GRANDVIEW. YAKIMA
VALLEY. WASH
13% acres Red and Standard De
licious apples. Young trees in
full production. '
12 acres Bing and’ Lambert cher
. ries. Crop this year estimated
60 to 75 tons.
33% acres open cultivated, suit
i able for new planting g'rapes or
‘ other soft fruit.
Good dwelling, electricity, pressure
‘ water system. ‘
Price $12,000. Subdivide 3 trects if
desired.
NAT’L FARM LOAN OFFICE
Sunnyside, Wash.
FOR SALE——Colored triers. Dan
Biegel, East of Kennewick. 13p4
FOR SALE—Yakima Reservation
farms. Box 137, White Swan, or
Phone 80511. 12-25
FOR SALE—White Leghorn};-
ers. First house east of Highland
club house. Mrs. Alvin George. 13p
FOR SALE Used fiirniture at
Randolph’s near lumber yard
in Richland. 12-13 p
FOR SALE—Liquid Earbonic life
time carbonator’; used only short
time. Sell for SIOO cash. Call 1472.
‘ 17p
FOR SALE—Public address" sys
tem. Complete 14 watts, Paul
Draper, Richland, Phone 2721 13p
FOR SALE-—l2O-acre farm in
l 'Richland, Ore., 45 miles SE.
'of Baker. Free water right, good
house, barn - equipped for 56-
cows, other out buildings, elec
tricity. Write Walter ' Cundiff,
Richland, Ore., or visit farm. 14p
FOR SALE—Jiffy tent, 300 d con
dition. Call Phone / 552 at 610
Kennewick, Ave. . - l’ltf
FOR SALE—Monmorency cher
ries, first house east side of the
road south of high school ‘in Rich
land. A. Standard. 13p
FOR SALE—White Leghorn baby
chicks now 14c; 2 weeks old for
delivery June 22 at 22c. Sunny
acres Hatchery, Richland. Phone
2723. - 12-13 p
FOR SALE —— Furnished house.
Lights not connected but ma
terial available. Must be sold be
fore Sunday. Matilda Personett,
Nob Hill. ‘ . 13p
_~__‘_________.__
FOR SALE—4S acres, grass mint.
12 acres potatoes 'planted. 2 sets
buildings, some equipment. Priced
fairly—immediate possession.
52 acres-'—some pasture, alfalfa,
buildings. Possession November
lst. Harold G. Fyfe Agency 3 t 1;
FOR SALE-—Real box springs and
spring filled mattresses, large
stock to pick from also wool sleep
ing bags at Durocher’s Furniture
Co. .' 8t!
FOR SALE—Big juicy Blackcaps
now ready. Save your stamps,
save sugar,, can Blackcaps. Call V.
o.‘ Humphrey. South Highlands.
Phage 1746. 6 13-14 p
FOR SALE—Brood sow, open and
a good mother. 12-l3p
FOR SALE—Three bed-room mo-
l dern house, four acres of land in
Genesee, Idaho. Barn, other build
lings. .Fine garden spot.- SI6OO cash,
SIBOO, terms. F. W. Ldncosty, 2109
W. Fairview, Spokane, 12. 13p
FOR SALE—M-inos. old heifer.
Gus Pearson, River Road, Rt. 2.
12-13 p
FOR SALE—Lots of Bing cherries.
ripe about June 15, 4c per lb.
You pick. T. C. Browne, Highlands.
_ . lltf
FOR SALE—Hamilton Piano. Gus
Pearson, River Rd, Rt. 2. 12-13 p
FOR SALE—Five room partly, fur
nished, modern, except heat,
well located, immediate possession,
$3750, Harold G. Fyfe agency.
12-13 c
FOR SALE—Tartarian cherries, 5c
per pound. Bring own container
and pick them yourself. Also
boy’s blue suit, size 16 for SB. Art
Simpson. lltt
We have listing of some very
desirable
Real Estate
in and around the vicinity of
Wapato and Toppenish
i
I ‘
Glen Crlswell *
Phone 1003 106 E 3rd St.
Wapota. Washington
FOR SALE-—Two good milk cows
One Guernsey, 5 years old. ahd
one Jersey, exceptionally high test,
4 years old. Norman Atterbury, 1
mile south of Kennewick on Wash
ington street. 13p
FOR SALE—Set of full siz‘ed .bed
springs. can'Mrs. Charles Lum;
Phone 382. 13c
TFOR SALE—Tomato and cabbage
‘ plants,‘ still available, 20¢ a doz
en while they last. Rainbow Gar
dens, Richland; . 10tf
FOR SALE—Bing éherries on tree.
4c lb. Bring containers and
’pick your own. C. Hoadley, one
mile south of old grade school. ’
FOR SALE—Good mm. Pot
labch Lumber 0,0. , 4st!
12—13 c
FOR SALE—Willys Knight sedan,
has four good 'six-ply tires 6.00::
’2O, wouldémalge good trailer house?
J. P_. Lon , Rt; 1; Kennewickc‘l3p
FOR“ s'ALElHigfi" grime" fining
and appliance cord $1.25 each
while they last. Columbia Electric.
. 13tf
FOR SALE—I93B Chevrolet Sedan
Good condition. New tires.
Campbell’s Cabins. Paul Drew. 13
flllllllll Wanted 111111111 l
WANTED—Very dependable and
responsible small family wants
completely furnished house 'or
apartment in Kepnewick, or Pasco.
Phone" 1791 after 6:30. . _' l3tf
WANTED TO' BUY Modern
house with"_three bedrooms and
bath in good district,.near schools.‘
30:: '3, gamierr Reporter. .‘ 'lfip
WANTED—Work that can-befiqge
in ,th'e.’home.- Phone 1851; 422
Beach. stret. -- --.. 17p
WANTED—Young man tone! as
dom-keeper at the Roxy Theater.
iAlso a few more girls-to" use as
ausherettes, 1.6 years-of age or more.
:Apply H. Krsck, f ‘ lltf
WANTED—SmaII Briggs-Stratton
Motor. Size used éri washing
machine. J. A. Ttaeger. 13p
WANTED—Casing: for Iron: 3 p.-
m. to 12 midnight shirt; GOcherl
hour. One 'meal. Apply Ship Servo:
ice officer. Naval Air Station, Pas
co, Wash. 41:1}
WMDs-Chest.g,plfi,drasver{ in‘
good? condition." glnut finish . ~ -‘ a» -
Ph0ne'.1,672. .. ' _ .'_«.l3§.l.We.‘WT=§"‘°~’t§!§k our fiends
‘ ~~" ‘ -' ‘ and- neighbags;l%theirkind ex
pressings at sympathy during the
recent- loss of our inner and
grandfather, and 'also. extend our
thanks for ‘the begutflul floral
~dfierinas.- . . ‘
vegetables andychickens,‘ turk-'
eys, "rabbits. Highest cash. priceg’at
the White Kitchen Cafe on the
highway, Kennewick. _. It!
wAm'Tp cglquc'p quty _dlf_i_v-
ing to So. California abéut jthe
first -of week. References-Box 303,
Richland‘or Kennewick 2773. 13p
WANTED—Good used furniture—
especially beds, springs and mat
tresses; Dumchers. 4t!
‘WANTED-v—Clean ,light colored
cottoh rags; no socks or small
strips; 7%c per pound. Printing
Office. _ « 7 15p
WANTED—small concrete mixer,
prefer one with engine attached.
C. C. Doering, ' A T 5131)
WANTED—Service .‘sjifatibn oper:
ator. Have Maw-mmpmition.
Call 621 Kenhéwjghxafter 6 p. 411.
2668. _ )1 j ;-. '13,“
llllllll! Miscellaneous 1111111 l
FOR HlßE—Truck to héul~pd.ta-ri
toes from field. M Montney, Rtf‘
No. l,_‘Kénnevgick. V .‘ 13pi
BECAUSE of those who have
bought their canning‘ peaches
from us in the past, we are 'com
pelled. to inform you that we _' do
not expect to take or fill peach
canning orders this year. Wm.
Mills, Hover. A ‘ 15p
LOST—BeautY-rest mattress orch
id golor, on RiVer rdad. Fell from
trailer. Rewu‘d. Inquire at this
office. ~ _ _‘* .;_ f ' 13p
REWARD—S2OO paid for informa
tion heading to anfest and pon
viction of anyone stealing cattle
from my place at Mottinger. E.. A.-
Westerweyer. a; " ‘i4p
WILL TRADE—Fbr home with
small acreage in Yakima Valley.
Box 603, Pasco, W. J. Holman.
13-l7p
HATS AND CAPs—Hats cleaned
and blocked 60c: caps cleaned 25c.
Patterson Dye Works. phone one
cwo-vhree. Paco. 32:!
NOTICE—Pary of two pickeg up
side of meat on corner of Ken
newick avenue near church. Please
return it to 0. G. Wiggin and re
ceive reward.’ Persons took your
number. , , 13-14 p
THE WK (WASHING'IDN) COURIER-Bmm
IF'YOU ARE A WOMAN BE-
TWEEN 25 and 35, pleasant ap
pearance and personality and with‘
at ‘least a grammar school eduoa-‘
tiOn, we can fit you, for a position‘
in our organization as cashier in;
one of our stores. Apply at'the
Safeway Stores, Inc., Pasco and‘
Kennewick, Wn.. . , 3&1
LOST—Two car keys. Return to
thisoffice. Ernest Cox. . ' 13p
:For yourEleeh-olux' nanny clem
k" er parts. Service agd supplies.
telephone 804"” Write the Electro
lux Corp... 808. N.,Bth SL- Walla
Walla, Wash. j 9-139
KANCH—in lower Yakirna Valley
. torrentcashorshamncstland
inf-the district but without mod
ern conveniences. Chute Ranch.
Outlook. . 8t!
FOR RENT—CooI, clean sleeping
room for one man. No drinking.
523 N. Dayton st., Kennewick. 13c
FOR RENT—Good clover pasture;
especially good for cows. A. Van
Fossen, Route 2, Kennewick. 14L
FOR RENT-és-Room house, Fin
+ j ley. c, A..,Ms:carty.. q 141)
“' CARD OP THANKS .
We wish to thank our kind
friends and neighbors for their acts
of loVe and sympathy during our
recent loss ofhusband and father,
[and also extend grateful thanks
‘for the beautiful floral tributes to
‘our loved one.
Mrs. Lottie Stewart,
Mrs. Emily Laudel and family, .
Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Stewart
_. and family. ‘
' 2,7: Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Stewart
' and family. ’ ‘
-'- -This_lsufamllywfi. Pm
.gg , yourWarßondhuying through
$3 the payroll savings plan on a
I. A... family plan, which means fig
""9 are it out yourself. '
" Insulate that attic
-'-N OW while material
'is available. And re
member-vßalsam Wool
"_is the only insulation
"Sold on a money-back
guarantee. Easy to ap
ply, economical, effici
ent;
Potlatch Yards,
INC.
Tel. 241- Kennewick
Figure It Out Yourself. How can
you effectively join in saving all the
little children of the world tram hu
man slavery. death and injury from
the Nazis and Japanese? Put more
and mere 01 your pay into war
bonds every payday. Your savings
will go to War in the form of war
equipment and other munitions. How
much more should you put into war
bonds? The Only ones who can
answer that are—you and your fam
ily. It's‘ up to you to decide just
how much more you'll do to win the
war.
If you were fighting in the Solo
mons or in Africa or forcing a land
ing in Europe you'd like to feel that
the folks at home. were back of you
*-‘»all the way—you'd be proud of
your family and your friends if you
knew they were buying war bonds
not at 10 ’per cent or 15 per cent.
but ‘with every cent beyond that
which they need for necessities.
U. 8. Tzeazury Dent-tum
L’ Mr. and Mrs; A. C.'Amon '
V .Mr. and Mrs. Charles Book
_Mr. and Mrs. Lester Peterson
' Charles, Amon
'- Gerald Amon
Save Heat!
‘ Save Money!
fi§lil§§iiflilflils
Atalxo'cloekenm evening one
ammmlsmourdtym
usanwprayertorworldpewe
mduflnzaod's biasing fox-our
boys who "addendum (moo
domandflzhtlncundermebnnna
"InGodhOm-mst.“
j The Pilgrim Holiness church is
winging the Nazarene bell this
week. Next week the Nazarene
church will ring its bell.
FIRST ENGLISH LUTHERAN
' ___ 'mthSSE'A—m' """"‘
P. J. Lam link” ~
' Sunday school 10:15 a.m., Mrs.
’W. F. Hanson, supt.
‘ Morning service, 11:15 a.m.
r A cordial invitation is extended
‘to all. '
ASSEMBLY OF GOD
10:00 a.m. Sunday'school.
11:00 a.m. Morning worship.
‘ 7:45 a.m. Evangelistic service.
I 8:00 p.m. Bible study, Wednes
may.
‘ 8:00 p.m. Friday; prayer meet
‘ing. You are cptdially invited to
Ithese services.
' CHRISTIAN cmmcri
CSQEHQWQR'EE
J. A. Pino. minis“!
Bible school 9:45 a.m.
' Regular children day program
'at 11. Offering for foreign mis
‘sion‘s will be taken.
‘ Everyone welcome.
METHODIST CHURCH
'""i{.?."éo§££"m'
Sunday schcool 10 o'clock.
Morning worship 11 o’clock.
Unity Mouphyiical Conn:
' The Unitey class will meet Mon
}day, June 23, in the Mannie hall,
at 8 o'clock.
FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST
‘ W .
Paco. Out. «I: “a.m..-
; Services every Sunday at 11 a.m.
Subject for Sunday June 27:
“Christian Science." Golden text
Isaih 60:1.
Kingdom am of Johan's
W '
10th 8: Alder St. (one block ea'st
of Washingtbn street.
Sunday, 8:00 p.m. Watchtower
study.
Wednesday, 8:00 p.m. Study of
the New World.
’ Friday 7:45 Business and serv
ice meeting. '
3m 1.0 m:
(mum-1 Samar—fl
Std and 3m luau
mummy-um
Divine services Sunday at 10:30
a.m. Sunday school at 9:30 a.m.
’You are cordially invited to our
m m summon coon-r or
THE STATE OI" WASHINGTON
IN AND FOR BENTON COUNTY
‘ No. 1939 .
Notice of Houing' on Finn! Ac
count and Petition for Distribu
tion.
InthoMmu-ofthoastauof
I mom JUDGE SAYS... . ‘ l
“Mornin’. Judge...meetin’ someone?”
“No. Sam, I’m just going up the line
aways on business. Wasn't that a troop train
-that just pulled out?"
“Surewas. Judge...stoppedoverherefor
ten minutes and what a swell bunch of
fellows they were.”
“That’s true all over. Sam. Our present
Army is the best trained. best disciplined.
best behaved in Amaimn history. That’s
whylgetmyhairupwhenlhearofsome
people trying to dry up the areas around
Cynthia 8. Mayhem Maud.
NOTICE is hereby given that M.
M. Moulton, administrator of the
above entitled estate. has filed his
Final Account and Petition for
andthattheCourtisaskedto
Distribution in the office of the
Clerk of the above entitled Court
settle said Find Account. to dis
tribute the property of said estate
’to the heirs or persons entitled to
the some and to discharge the Adv
pninistrator. 1
I Said Final Account and Petition!
for Distribution will be heard by
the Court at the Court House in
Prosser. Washington, on the 22nd
day'ot July. 190, at the hour of
9:30 o’clock in the torenoon. i
M. M. MOULTON.
Administrator
6:20—7:14
In‘l'hoSnpnfiorConfloffluSuu
Of Wuhtngton in ind For
Benton County
No. ”51
Notice to Creditors to Filo Claims
In tho Matter of the Emma of
Charles 8. Knowles. bacon-od.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that Letters Testamentary on the
estate of Charles S. Knowles. de
ceased were granted to the under
signed on the 20th day of May.
1943, by the aforesaid Superior
Court.
j All parties having claims against
‘said estate are required to serve
lthem with the necessary vouchers
Eupon me at the office of Moulton
‘8: Powell, Kennewick, Washing
‘ton, within six months after the
idate of the first publication of this
‘notice to-wit: within six months
latter the 17th day of June. IMB,
;and file the same with the clerk
of this court together with proof
of such service or they shall be
forever barred.
1 Dated at Kennewick, Washing
ton this 17th day of June. 190.
WALTER M. KNOWIES,
‘ Executor of the at»:
at Charles 8. Knowles.
, deceased.
By his Attorneys.
MOUL'DON a; POWELL.
. saw—7:l
NOTICE 0? 3m IOI'
' STATE mum
I NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN,
lThat on Tueedny. the 6th day at
IJuly. 1943, commencing at ten
o'clock in the torenoon . of said
day. in front of the min entrance
door to the County Court House in
thecityotProeeer.countyotßen
ton. State of Washington. by the
County Auditor of eeid cotmty,
thetoiiowingdeeeribedefitelende.
together with the improvements
situated thereon, will be sold at
public auction to the hidleet bid
der theretor, to-wit:
FOE—lo one except dileene e!
the United Itelee. er peele
who have declared their Inten
tion ”chem not. an pur
chue etete lends.
mm 10. "774 1
Lot 1 of section 18, township
13, north, range 25 east, WM,
containing 39.85 acres, inore or
less, according to the Mt
survey thereof. appraised “st
$398.50. '~ '3, .
| Subject to essement hr flat
wot way tor transmission line here
tofore granted under appiication
No. 11230, also '
This land is within the boun
daries of the Priest Rapids Irri
gation District and is subject to
assessment under said district.
Amyclmanhanareemtreportmde
bythegovernmentiteaidthekmyumnny
nem'ttecampo to be located in wet in
md d drycomunitiee. And there’e a
oound reuon. In a wet community the
Army on control drinking. In dry oom
mmitieewherehootleuenrunwildit'ul-
moot impodble. We know that from our
lastly}; yeanof experience with national
pohihmon. . .
"Thue'e no getting my from It. pro-
Wmufmwa."
Application No. 17751
NW“ of SE34 and SWB4 of
NE“ of section 18, township 13
north. range 25 east. W.M.. con
taining 80 acres. more or less. ac
cording to the government survey
thereof. appraised at 8800.
Subject to easement for right
81! way for county road hereto
ore granted under application
No. 999. also
This land is within the boun
daries of the Priest Rapids Irri
gation District and is subject to
assessment under said district.
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.
it! he be not the owner of the im
provements. must forthwith pay
ito 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 be paid annually there
:after with interest on all deferred
payments at the rate of six per
Icentuxn per annum: Provided, That
\any purchaser may make full pay
‘lnent of principal, interest and sta
tutory fees at any time and obtain
ideed. The purchaser of land con
taining timber or other valuable
materials. is prohibited by law
from cutting or removing any
isuch timber or materials without
Tfirst obtaining consent of the
Commissioner of Public Lands un
til the full amount of the purchase
price has been paid and deed
issued.
Ausaiesotstatelandsaremade
subject to the reservations of oils.
'zases. coal, ores. minerals and
fossils of every name. kind and
description. and to the additional
terms and conditions prescribed in
section 8 of chapter 256 of the
Laws of 1007.
Said land will be sold subject
to the terms. conditions and ru
mtlom of chapter 812 of the
Sudan Laws of 1027. relating to
ma for tuba-ohm and
hue m of timber, atone. min
us]: and other products on: the
an. .
JAG; ,TAYDOR, Comm
By FRANK YATES.
Ant. Con. 91 Public Land:
634:!
IOTICI TO “EDITORS TO
TILE cuum
lathe Superior Court of tho
m‘othhlnm. inmate:
‘BcnwnCounty. 7
In‘the matin- ot the out.“ of
COI‘I'J. Keller. -
I Notice 13 hereby given that Let
ters of Administration on the es
tate of Cora J. Keller. deceased.
mmudtotbow
on the sth day of June. 1948. by
tlnnidflupeflorCourt.
Aupenonsbevlnxcmmewmt
“mummunodtonem
tbemwttbtbeneoueryvoucbm
uponmettbeomoeotuoulton
mu. Kennewick. Washington,
withindxmontbsettertbedeteot
the first publication of this notice,
to-wltzwttblndxmonthnouerflu
Imdeune. 1048. endfllo
“mouth the Clerkotthn
court, together with proof of such
service, or they shall be forever
barred.
Dated at Welt. Washing
ton. this 10th duo! June. 1943.
. MY mm, Malnu
tntor. by Moulton a: Powell. his
attorneys. 6:10-24
WdAMMIMIu.
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