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103 “Lip-Yakima Reservation
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Me 30511. 12-25
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103 sALE—Red fryexjs, springer
m sows, weaner plgS, 18-mo.-
old w and white Pekin ducks.
1!, mile south of Finley Grange.
sl~ Massingale- 22p
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FOR SALE ... 10 acres, modern
5 W! $4000; 30 acres, electrici-
U. 5 room house; 20 acres, elec
u-icity, some buildings. House and
lot in Mabton, SIOOO, city water,
We”, Phone 3402 Prosser or
write 30: 35, Prosser. 20-23 P
m DRIED Clear Pine for your
mpboardS. , Many grades of
W all Kiln dried for im
mediate delivery at; STANDARD
WEB CO. Phone 231, Ken
newick. 22tf
m: Shoes—size 41,13 to 5,
Wow widths, including one
pair brown oxfords, one pair
brown spikes and one pair black
spikes. Reasonable. Inquire at
this offig'eg . 22p
’________
FOR SALE: Rollaway DeLuxe
trailer, butane stoves, two da
m, awning, platform, reason
able. Can be'seen at L. W.
.Bmms, Rt. 2, Highlands. 22p
bFOB SALE: 2 twin Size, 1 full size
new 65-11). cotton mattresses. 1
cream enamel ‘Bakemaster kitchen
mge, excellent condition. Can
be seen ‘ at' Bremmer’s Trailer
Canp.‘ Phil Moloso, Jr. 22p
FOR SALE—Some furniture, fruit
jars, l doz. 2-qt., 4 doz. qts and
Na. pts, Mrs. Fred Campbell,
113 N..-Kent, Phone 3112. 22p
POBI SALE: 1929 Chev. Coupe.
Good shape. W. W. Britten, 118
31.4. Ave. 21-22 p
PROFESSIONAL
’ MRDS
R. J.‘ G. KNA B I
_ . Optometrist
OFESSIONAL EYE CARE’
Trust Bldg. Phone 81
, Wn. for Appointments
CAN LEGION
W W. Ely Post No. 33
In; In and 32d Thursdays
and members welcomd
In» Regulating _ Repairmj
ALLEN W. SMITH
rnNo TUNING
Benton City
manent by Mail
DR. H. C. CURRY
OPTOMETRIST
,fm Examined—Glasses Fitted]
1 It residence—4o2 lst Ave.|
[‘ 1361 HOURS 9to 5
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nnmmss PHYSICIAN
Office at Residence l
A“‘3- A’ Phone 1521
Mdulton & Powell
LAW OFFICE
Office in Havstad Building
Your AVON Rep.
Me 611 _or write to
No. 16 Everett Street
Ins. ANDERSON
'UEIISIfiEJR FUNERAL}
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Wagingciai 1
Wicfigfi‘ggfmeNs
‘ Phones 2201 2202
D. We ZENT
Attorney at law
8 M St. Phone 375
Pasco, Wash.
R; L.LUNDY
Chropractor.
Over Pe_nney Store
(If. Plume 26'71 Res. 262
FOR SALE—Team of horses. Clif
ford Mowery, Richland. 19-229
FARM BARGAINS
$3,500. Near Prosser. 15 acres
good land; alfalfa, pasture, garden.
2 bedroom modern house; oil fur
nace, bath, electricity, automatic
pressure water system. Good lo
cation. ,
$4,500.00 Near Grandview. 44
acre dairy and chicken ranch.
2-bedroom house, electricity. On
highway. $ 1,500 handles. A bar
gain for some one. )
$4,500. 40 acres. 2-bedroom
house. Lots buildings. 2%acres
asparagus; dandy stand. 2 acres
Concord grapes, heavy yield. Fam
ily orchard. Alfalfa, pasture, po
tatoes, beets and rutabagas. Best
bargain in valley. Near Sunny;
side.
S4OOO. 20 acres. 2—bedroom
house, plenty bldgs. asparagus, to—
matoes, alfalfa, pasture. Near
Grandview. ’
$3,000 13 acres; 2—bedroom
house. Asparagus, corn, pasture.
At Sunnyside. '
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Many other bargains
BUNT. FARM HOMES CO..
SUNNYSIDE
SHINGLES are scarce—hard .to
get—Why not use a good grade
composition roofing? Full stock
of all kinds as well as Roll Brick
siding and Insulbrick siding on
hand for immediate delivery at
Standard Luniber Co. Phone 231,
Kennewick. - 22tf
FOR SALE: 2 bedroom, 5-room
modern house in Sunnyside.
Centrally located, nicely arranged,
newly decorated. Yours for S4OOO.
Terms. Bunt, Farm Homes Co.,
Sunnyside. 22c
FOR SALE: Five acres improved
with house, barn, garage, hog
and poultry house, wood shed,
fruit and shade trees, well water
lpiped to all buildings, gravel road.
Equipment if wanted. Black soil.
I,é-mile from town center. C. A.
Miner, Oakesdale, Wn. 24p
FOR SALE: 1937 Nash 5-passen
ger coupe. See after 7 p.m. at
DeMerice place. Turn left at city
limits South Washington St., cross
canal, first house on left. E. H.
Clark, Rt. 1, Kennewick. 22p
FOR SALE; 20 acre farm; modern
five room house; 5 acres cher
ries, 3% acres prunes, 2 acres of
peaches, 2 acres yellow transpar
ent apples, 2 acres mint, 2 acres
asparagus, balance in. alfalfa.
Terms if desired. Inquire E. A.
Brookman at Fred Markham resi
dence on Avenue G, Kennewick.
. 24p
FOR SALE—Small new house. In
quire at 911 Washington st. 15tf
Get all your winters cOal put in
now! Yes, you can arrange to
pay for it in monthly installments.
See STANDARD LUMBER CO.
Phone 231, Kennewick 22tf
FOR SALE: Between 50 and 75
swarms of bees, with this year’s
honey unextracted (about enough
to pay for bees). Poor health com
pels sale. S. L. Cox, Rt. 1, Ken
riewick. 22p
FOR SALE: One pair men’s heavy
work shoes size 9%. Worn once.
all at 27 3rd Ave E. 22p
FOR SALE: Eight tons of hay in
the shock. Phone 1411, James
Johnston, R t. 1. q 22c
FOR SALE—Barflett pears. Will
be ready about Aug. 10:» Bring
your box, no delivery. ‘Wm. Fraz
ier, South Highlands. 18tf
FOR SALE: One GOO-pound Mel
otte electric cream separator.
Alice Garret. Phone 2178. 20tf
FOR SALE 5-room house in
Richland. Must be moved by
Nov. 15. Would trade for late
model car. A. J. Cloninger, Rt. 1,
Zillah, Wash. 22p
FOR SALE—3O acres, hay and
dairy ranch, all under water.
Price less than buildings cost pre
war. Wm. P. Jackson, Box 152,
Wallula, Wash. 25p
EOR SALE—Chester White pigs,
for breeding stock. Ralph Mc-
Calmant, 2 mis. east of Kennewick.
19-22 p
FOR SALE—Z-lb. fryers, Carl
Bennett, Phone 1646. 22p
FOR SALE: 20 acres grass, mint,
spuds, 5-room house. one-half
mile south of Finley. C. J. Erick
son, Finley. 20-23 p
NEW HOMES for é'aie. Small
down payment. Phone 1672. 19tf
For your inside walls and ceilings
why not use Ivory Kote Firtex?
It is decorative and a good insula
tor. Easy to put up and reasonable
in price. See STANDARD LUM
BER CO. Phone 231, Kennewick.
22tf
FOR SALE—Hay derrick; 2 barns
16x30; 4 buildings 10x16; 1-
staye silo 16x30; 1 2x4 silo 20x40;
50 steel cow stalls and stanchions;
11,000 ft. 6xß in. tile and cement
irrigation pipe; J. D. manure
spreader; hog panels, hay rake,
corral panels; Empire milking ma
chine; 10-can electric milk cooler.
S. S. Fanning, Hanford. 22p
FOR SALE—Feeder pigs, Maytag
gas motor, one horse finger
tooth weeder, vineyard plow;
young team, wt. 1650. Clarence E.
Crow, 1/2 mi. so. Finley Grange.
STOCK RANCH—7OO acres, 160
acres deeded land; Controlling
540 acres of leases. Modern 5-
room house. Close to sugar fac
tory. Spring water. Long pas
ture season. The right man can
make plenty of money on this
ranch. Price SII,OOO. See Glen
Criswell, 106 East Third St., Wa
pato, phone 1003. 21-2 c
FOR SALE-—New low cost theft,
‘ burglary, robbery and holdup
insurance. See ad. H. G. Fyfe
Agency. 23p
FOR SALE—HaIe canning peach
es. Bring containers, Mrs. JEd
ward Crooks, West Highlands,
'2790. 22-23 c
FOR SALE—Cldse in, well located
house. Lane K. Larson, 116 Ben
ton St., Phone 491, Kenn. 22p
FOR SALE—Six lots in city home
addition, 150x150, cheap; elec
tric stove, Westinghouse automat
ic, $25; two concrete laundry
trays with fittings $25; two water
heaters, one coal and one coil;
trailer house 7x14 $l5O, well built,
practically new, Paul A. Springer,
sth and Beech. 22p
FOR SALE—’39 DeSoto business
coupe; good tires and upholstery,
Lt. R. D. Willey, 1021 W Yakima,
Pasco. 22p
FOR SALE—I93I Olds coupe SBO,
fair shape. See Bob Templeton,
Nob Hill, Gum street. 22p
When you need anything in build
ing material you will save a lot
of time by seeing the STAND
ARD LUMBER CO. They have
practically everything you will
need. Yes, they deliver promptly.
Phone 231, Kennewick. 22tf
FOR SALE Colored fryers, 2
miles south of golf course,‘K. R.
Hastings. » 22p
FOR SALEq-l Coleman oil ’heater,
large, like new; 1 Howard wood
and coal heater, large; Geo. Col
ley, 2 mis. west Richland. 25p
FOR SALE Well improved 10
acre farm, 4 mi. west of Pasco;
4% acres in alfalfa, automatic
pump, some friut trees; 5-room
modern house, full basement; tout
‘buildings in good shape. Frank
Hartl. 22-23 p
FOR SALE —-Homemade trailer
house; 71/2XIB ft., built-in cup
boards, etc., kerosene stove, don-. 4
ble-, deck beds, $225; 4 blocks
south of. 3rd Ave. east on Gum
street, Sidney Cooley. , 22p
FOR SALE—I94O Hudson ‘roupe,
‘ very good condition, seat covers,
heater, spare tire, SBOO., James A.
Galliher, Patrol headquarters,
Richland. 22p
FOR SALE—I94I 20-ft. Imperial
Royal trailer coach; electric
brakes, A-l condition, can be seen
evenings at Leslie Friday place,
3 miles east of Kennewick, Art
Falk. ‘ 22p
FOR SALE——Stevens county stock
ranch, 300 acres, 160.cu1t., 80
alfalfa, creek, 5 springs; water
piped, electricity, school van, 8'!
room house, 2 barns, granary, gar
age, cellar, etc. Plenty free range
adjoining for 100 cattle or more,
$12,000, half cash. Joe Garvey,
Colville, Wash. 22p
GOING TO FENCE? We have
posts. Standard Lumber' Co.,
Phone 231, Kennewick. 22tf
lllmlli Miscellaileous 1111111 l
PLACE YOUR order now for tree
ripened prunes. Bob Perkins,
Hedges. _22p
PERMANENT WAVE——59c! Do
‘ your own Permanent with
;Charm-Kurl Kit. Complete equip
ment, including 40 curlers and
;shampoo. Easy to do, absolutely
harmless. Praised by thousands
lincluding June Lang, glamorous
‘movie star. Money refunded if
Inot satisfied. Visger Drug. 8:15-10:7
THE KENNEWICK (WASHINGWN) COURIER-REFORM
{ We wish to thank our many
Ifriends for their expressions of
sympathy following the loss of our
lson.
NOTlCE—Campbells Custom Can:
nery announces that all canned
goods MUST be taken out within
seven days after canning, because
of lack of storage space. 21tf
LOST—Billfold containing gas
books and important papers, re
turn to Walter Ferguson, Camp
bell’s Cabins, 551 Ave. C east,
Kennewick. 22p
SIO.OO REWARD for_ locating me
a 2 or 3 bedroom house by Sept.
sth. Call Pasco 94 or Kennewick
1692. Ask for Fox. 21-23 p
WANTED To rent furnished house
of four or five rooms and bath.
By responsible people. Two adults.
Best references. Mail answers to
Box A this office. 22p
PlANOS—Finest used ones: Bald—
win, Chickering, Packard, How
ard, Kimball, Cable, Fisher Elec
tric player and some new ones.
Lincoln Automatic Combination
Radio Phonograph, 12 tubes, four
bands and giant 14-in speaker.
Automatic record player. Also a
few good used radios, all sizes;
guaranteed. Violins, cello, bass
Viol, comets, clarinets, electric
guitars, sheet music, records, etc.
Yakima’s largest music store. Tri
angle Music Co., 18 So. Second,
opposite Donnelly Hotel. 19-22 c
22-23 C
LOST—Band saw table with an
electric motor somewhere be
tween the Wm. Green and the
Nelson Lewis places. Reward.
Notify this office. J. W. Traeger.
22p
'llllllll-11l For Rent ‘lllllllllll
FOR RENT: Airy rooms in mod
ern home; reasonable, by day or
week. In Sunnyside. Bunt, Farm
Homes Co., Sunnyside. 22c
ammm ‘ Wanted ImmTu
WANTED—Room with or without
board, Joe Nadig, 311 Auburn
street, 31,4.) blocks south of bank, or
phone 1268. 22p
WANTED: One hundred ladies
and young girls to buy Fashion
Frocks, the largest dress manu
facturers in the United States. For
styles, prices and saniples see
Magy Soper, saleslady, Rt. 2, or
phone 2763 after 6 p.m. 20-22 p
WANTED: Office girl. Must be
typist Shorthand desired but
not required. Permanent position.
Church Grape Juice Co. 221:!
WANTED: 5 tons‘of good alfalfa
hay. No. 3 or 4 cutting. No sand
burrs. M. L. Kippes, Phone 3223.
‘ 22p
WANTED—Piano in good condi
tion to store for use. Adults.
Excellent care. Mrs. Warden, box
361, Richland. 22p
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF
THE STATE OF WASHINGTON
IN AND FOR BENTON COUNTY
NO. 2179
In the Matter of the Estate of
Dora 1:. Farrel. Deceased. and
NO. 2178
In the Matter of the Estate of
Frank Farrel. Deceased. Con
solidated. . .
Notice to Creditors
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that Letters of Administration
with the Will Annexed on the es
tate of Dora L. Farrel, deceased,
and Letters of Administration
with the Will Annexed on the es
tate of Frank Farrel, deceased,
were granted to the undersigned
on the 9th day of August, 1943,
by the said Superior Court.
All persons having claims
against said estate or either there
of are required to serve the same
with the necessary vouchers upon
me at the office of Moulton &
Powell, at Kennewick, Washing
ton, within six months after the
date of the first publication of this
notice, to-wit: within six months
after the 26th day of August,
1943, and file the same with the
Clerk of this Court, together with
proof of such service or they shall
be forever barred.
Dated at Kennewick, Washing
ton, this 2151: day of August, 1943.
CARL L. DEFFENBAUGH
Administrator.
By MOULTON 8; POWELL
His Attorneys.
8:26-9:9
Card of Thanks
Mr. and Mrs. Lestei' Laßue.
WANTED
Experienced man for pasteur
izing and, bottle filling in Se
attle milk plant. High wages
and overtime. Union condi-
Jions: Essential industry!
. Give experience and qualifi
cations. Write '
LUCE R N E
CREA M E R Y
_ 1440 Jackson St.
Seattle 4, Wash.
Certificate of availability re
quired of essential war work
ers. '
WANTED at once—good reliable
girl or woman at Commercial
Hotel. . 14tf
WANTED: Clerk. Vibber's Rexall
Drug Co. 22“
WANTED: Competent woman for
office work, must be able to
take complete charge of pay roll,
record, filing, etc. Part of ,day
might be sufficient. Box 241, Ken
newick, Wash., or phone 3322 for
interview. 16tf
WANTED TO BUY: 3A to 1% h.p.
single phase motor. FARMERS
EXCHANGE. 22c
WANTED—2O peach pickers Aug.
15. Experienced men and wom
en preferred. Grapes follow. A. E.
Scott, Benton City. 19tf
WANTED: Clean, late model fac
tory built trailer coach. Sober
Trailer Mart, 328 Columbia Ave.,
Kennewick. "
The Misses Ash Return
Home from Club Camp
Finley—Misses Alice Marie and
Gladys Mae Ash returned last
week from club camp at Clear
Lake.
Mr. and Mrs. Ellsworth O‘Hair
and son Curtis were dinner visit
ors Saturday evening of Mr. and
Mrs. Ole Johnson in Pasco.
Miss Alice Marie Ash had her
tonsils removed last Monday. She
is recovering nicely. A
Mrs. Frank Meyers and daugh
ter Marylin of Vancouver, who
visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Henry Piert and her brother and
family, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Piert
the past ten days returned to her
home last Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy McCalmat
received word last week of the
birth of a girl on August 6th to
Mr. and Mrs. Henry P. Hansen
6f San Diego. Mrs. Hansen will
be remembered as »Mrs. Bessie
Brochman. _ The new baby has
been named Larainne Ellen.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Falque and
Mr. and Mrs. George Taylor were
dinner guests Monday night of
Mr. and Mrs. E. Sherry. Other
visitors' Monday night at ‘ the E.
Sherry home were Mr. and Mrs.
H. Bender, Albert Piert and H.
Turner. '
Jack McCalmat of Sandpoint,
Idaho, was an overnight visitor
of Mr. and Mrs. Roy McCalmat.
Roland Bender left last Thurs
day for Fort Douglas, Utah, where
he will be in the Army.
Jens Lande received word from
his son Second Lieutenant. Orin
Lande of Camp Locket, that he
has been promoted to First Lieu
tenant.
In the Superior Court of the State
of Washington in and for
‘ Benton County
No. 2175
In the Matter of the Esme- of
Lena Dahlin. Deceased. and
No.‘ 2176
In the Matter of the Estate of
C. J. Dahlia (John) Dahiin. De
ceased. Consolidated.
NOTICE is Hereby Given that
Letters of Administration on the
Estate of Lena Dahlin, deceased,
and Letters of Administration with
the Will Annexed on the Estate
of C. J. Dahlin (John Dahlia), de
ceased, were granted to. the un
dersigned on the sth day of Aug-
I THE OLD JUDGE SAYS...
“Anything new, Bert. on that black market
trial up at the county seat? "
“The jury came in ’bout an hour ago,
Judge. The verdict was“ guilty.’ I understand
thesentenceisgoingtobeamightystifione.”
“Can’t be too stiff to suit me. Anything
those law-flouting racketeers get will be too
good for them. How they thrive every time
there's an opportunity to sell something
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ADVERTISEMENT manna-u: mm mm 1.
ust. 1943, by the said Superior
Court.
All persons having claims
against said estates or either there
of are required to serve the same
with the necessary vouchers upon
me at the office of Moulton 8:
Powell, at Kennewick, Washing
ton, within six months after the
date of the first publication of
this notice, to-wit: Within six
months after the 12 day of Aug
ust, 1943, and me the same with
the Clerk of this Court, together
with proof of such service or they
shall be forever barred.
Dated at Kennewick, Washing
ton, ths 12 day of August. 1943.
EMMA DAHLIN
Administratrix.
By MOULTON & POWELL
Her Attorneys
8:12—8:26
NOTICE No. 7354
In the matter of the Dissolution of
School District No. 29 of Benton
County. Washington. a municipal
corporation.
In the Superior Court of the
State of Washington, in and for
Benton County.
Notice is hereby given that on
Septemberl3th, 1943, at the hour
of 10 o’clock, A. M., in the court
room in the Court House in Pros
ser, Benton County. Washington,
the petition for dissolution of
School District No. 29 will be
heard. That the petition was filed
on August 17th, 1943. and said pe
tition requests the dissolution of
said district, and the payment of
its assets to the County School
Fund of Benton County, Washing
ton, and the appointment of some
person to marshal the assets of
said district and that all persons
desiring to be heard for or against
said petition must appear at said
time and place.
Dated this 17th day of August,
1943.
ETTA J. HILLMAN,
Clerk.
By BESS ROYER,
Deputy.
8:19-93
New NATIONAL, Z 3 leel
New GENERAL. 26 leel
1942 mmo. Zl leel
1942 ROYCRM'I'. 22 leel
Here is the complete answer for defense work
ers in the Hanford area. Your housing worries
are over at the Sober Trailer Mart
Never has a price to low bought a trailer coach
so fine. Adapted for family of four. Gener
ously fitted with the finest and most desirable
equipment available. Within the reach of the
modesétlfurses. Inspect the National, Travelo,
Roycr t and General trailer coaches today.
Go to the
SOBER TRAILER MART
Distributors of Trailers of Distinction
328 Columbia Ave. Trier Triangle »
Kennewick, Washington
illegally instead of lenlly in this country.
Just like the bootleuen did during the
14 years when liquor was cold illegally in
stead of legally.
“Unleasthisblackmarlnetlnmeetand
other commoditien is stamped out and
stamped out quickly. Bert. we're in for an
otherdoseoftheaimecormptionand law-
WuhadfollowinzthelutWorlqu."
In the Superior Court of the Stat.
of Washington in and for Benton
County.
No. 7336
IN THE MATTER OF THE DIS
SOLUTION OF SCHOOL
DISTRICT NO. 7 ,
Notice is hereby given that on
September 13. 1943 at the hour of
no o’clock A.M., in the court room
in the Court House in Prosser, Ben
ton County, Washington. the peti
tion for dissolution of School Dis
trict No. 7 will be heard. That
the petition was filed on July 26.
1943. and said petition requests
the dissolution of said district, and
the payment of its assets to the
County School Fund of Benton
[County, Washington, and the ap
pointment of some person to mar
‘shal the assets of said district and
that all persons desiring to be
heard for or against said petition
must appear at said time and place.
Dated this 7th day of Aug, 1943.
‘ ETTA J. HILLMAN. Clerk.
In the Superior Court of the State
of Washington in and for Benton
County.
No. 7337
IN THE MATTER OF THE DIS
SOLUTION OF SCHOOL
DISTRICT NO. 34
Notice is hereby given that on
Sept. 13, 1943, at the hour of 10
o‘clock a. m., in the court room in
the Court House in Prosser, Ben
ton County, Washington, the peti
tion for dissolution of School Dis
trict No. 34 will be heard. That
the petition was filed on July 26,
1943. and said petition requests
the dissolution of said district, and
the payment of its assets to the
County School Fund of Benton
County, Washington, and the ap
pointment of some person to mar
shal the assets of said district and
that‘ all persons desiring to be
heard for or against said petition
must appear at said time and
place.
Dated this 7th day of Aug, 1943.
ETTA J. HILLMAN, Clerk.
8:12-93
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