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'O3 SALE _. Fryers, cucumbers
”a Thmnpson seedless grapes.
K 0 9W sales, also want to
W ' tractor with rubber tires.
M 1388. 23c
N 3 sum—Yakima Reservation
W Box 137, White; Swan, or
‘W 30511. 12-25
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”Sufi—Close m, well located
5 while K. Larson, 116 Ben
”, 9,, phone 491, Kennewick. 23p
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FOR SALE ——- 10 acres, modern
home. $4000; 30 acres, electrici~
U. 5 mom house; 20 acres, elec—
m, some buildings. House and
u in Mabton, SIOOO, city water,
electriciU- Phone 3402 Prosser or
write Box 85, Prosser. 20-23 p
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103 SALE—I beef cow_ south of
.chk, D. M. Blalr. 23p
XII-N DRIED Clear Pine for your
cupboards. Many grades of
flooring all Kiln dried for im
mainte delivery at STANDARD
LUHBER CO: Phone 231, Ken
newick. ' 22tf
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rO3 sALE—Good gentle Holstein
cow giving 4 gal. milk now, 6
91 when fresh. To freshen Jan 16,
L“vice SIOO. Bob Templeton, Gum
met, Nob Hill. 23p
pO3 SALE: Fryers, cucumbers,
and Thompson seealess grapes.
Phone 2388. ,No Saturday sales.
. 22-p tf
m 3 SALE—Smooth mouth J er
gy cow, good oné. Inquire Sun
” or after 6 at the “Nig” Van
dine place, Richland. 23p
FOR SALE-l set harness with
new bridles and lines; quackless
dub, turkeys, hay, 1 family cow.
mm 3 miles north of Rich
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PROFESSIONAL
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gin J. G. KNABI
Optometrist
EWONAL EYE cmw'
V ,‘l‘rust Bldg. Phone 81
Wn. for Appointments
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ALLEN W. SMITH
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_ Benton City
manent by Mail
DR. H. C. CURRY
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Examined—Glasses Fitted
It residence-462 lst. Ave.
1361 HOURS 9 t 0 5
DR. C. BRUN N
muemss PHYSICIAN
Mice at Residence
AW- A Phone 1521
Moulton & Powell
LAW OFFICE
We: in Havstad Building
Your AVON Rep.
Phone on or mte to
No. 13 Everett Street
Ins. ANDERSON
mfiLER FUNERAL
IRECIIKTORS
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Pasco. Wash.
R; L.LUNDY ‘
Chiropractor
Ovu- Penney Store
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FOR SALE—4O acres, 14 under ir
rigation, two south east Kenne
wick post office; 4 room house,
barn and outbuildings, $2150. Al
bert U. Smith, Rt. 1, KenneWick,
Wash. 23p
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 Lumber Co. Phone 231,
Kennewick. 22tf
FOR SALE—Two houses in Pasco.
Inquire at 1216 E. Lewis .St.,
Pasco. 23-27 p
FOR SALE: Five acres improved
with house, barn, garage, hog
and poultry house, wood shed,
fruit and shade trees, well water
piped to all buildings, gravel road.
Equipment if wanted. Black soil.
1/2 —mile from town center. C. A.
Miner, Oakesdale, Wn. 24p
FOR SALE String beans, lst
house east of slaughter house.
Roy Garner. 23p
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—Hay: Ist cutting
baled, 3rd cutting in the stack,
1 mi. west of Richland. John S.
Peterson, 23-26 p
FOR SALE—Small new house. In
‘ quire at 911 Washington st. 15tf
FOR SALE—Section and extract
ed honey each 15c per lb. Bring
your container. C. Puderbaugh,
Route 1. ' 24p
Get a_ll 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 2 section spring
tooth harrow; 3 row ditcher, 1
ditcher, 1 deLavel separator, 1
ground float, 1 orchard plow, 1
garden seeder; fence posts, al
- hay. J. K. Hore, Richland.’
23p
FOR SALE—Bartlett pears. Will
be ready about Aug. 10. Bring
your box, no delivery. Wm. Fraz
ier, South Highlands. _ 18tf
TOUGGENBURG milk goat for
sale. Phone 2241, Kennewick.
. 23p
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
FOR SALE—I John Deere mow-
er, 1 spike tooth barrow, 1 5
tooth cultivator, 1 spike tooth cul
tivator, 1. duster, 1 range stove.
Frank Sanders, Richland. 23-4 p
FOR SALE: 20 acres grass, mint,
spuds, 5-room house. one-half
mile 'south of Finley. C. J. Erick
son, Finley. 20-23 p
FARM FOR. SALE *
27 acres of highly productive land.
Modern 8-room house, pretty
lawn, shrubbery and flowers;
full basement; automatic water
‘ system, piped into fields. Suit
able .for dairy and poultry.
Barn room for 20 cows and 25 tons
of hay. Corn crib, wheat gran
ary, garage, 4 brooder houses.
,-All buildings nicely painted and
in good repair. Mile from town.
Priced for quick sale. Phone
2107, Prosser. . r 23c
NEW ‘HOMES ”tor sale. Small
down payment. Phone 1672. 19tf
FOR SALE-—l3O acrés near 69151-
endale, 76 acres plowed, alfalfa,
summer fallow, stubble, nearly
level, more tillable, some timber,
good spring, well, buildings, $3750.
Edw. Abeling, Goldendale, Wash.
25p
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 Elberta and Hale
peaches. M. E. Whitney, phone
2736 West Highlands, former Ber
tha Simson ranch. Bring your own
containers. 23c
FOR éALE—Feeder pigs, Maytag
gas motor, one horse finger
tooth weeder, vineyard plow;
young tetm, wt. 1650. Clarence E.
Crow, 179 mi. so. Finley Grange.
22-23 c
FOR SALE—Bicycle, new, pre
war, SSO. Phone 2051. 23p
FOR SALE-New low cost theft,
burglary, robbery and holdup
insurance. See ad. H. G. Fyfe
Agency. 23p
FOR” SALE—Jersey-Guemsey cow
will freshen this week; gives 21,6
gal. at milking when fresh. Inquire
226 Washington street. 23p
FOR SALE-—Hale canning peach
es. Bring containers, Mrs. Ed
ward Crooks, West Highlands,
2790. 22-23 c
FOR SALE - Canning tomatoes.
Bring boxes. A. J. Thompson,
phone 386. 239-4-5 c
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—2O acres, 4% miles
south oif Kennewick. Ten acres
mint, 10 acres spuds, 6 room house.
Good shade and lawn. Pressure
Water system. Barn, chicken house
and other out buildings. $3500
takes it; S2OOO cash, bal. terms,
L. E. Johnson. 23-24 c
FOR SALE—2-wheel trailer 30x
31/2 tires, spare tire and 1943
license; S2O, F. C. Poore, West
Highlands. v 23p
FOR SALE—Because of ill health,
20 acres open land with 1 acre
asparagus, nice house, electricity
and small barns (good crops now);
also 10 acres with 4 acres cherries,
2 aspsragus; nice house, barns,
well and elcricity. Wm. T. Em
mert,, 5 mis. west of Prosser on
old highway on county line. 23-4 c
FOR SALE—4 roam house with
shower, glassed in front porch
and small screened back porch.
One-half basement with hot and
cold water piped to basement,
large lawn with lots of shade, all
assessments paid, $2500, terms, or
S2OOO cash. Inquire 1406 Fair
banks ave., Yakima. 23tfc.
FOR SALE—Red fryers sl, L. C.
Bennett, Phone 1646. 23th
l FOR SALHtevens county stock
‘ ranch, 300 acres, 160 cult, 80
alfalfa, creek, 5 springs; water
piped, electricty, 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. 27p
FOR SALE: Green sweet corn
fodder standing in the field with
lots of small ears ‘left on it. A
good 6 quart goat. Winemiller,
509 Ave. F. A 23p
FOR SALE; Canning tomatoes, $1
per apple box. Mrs. Russell Gut
man, second house beyond N. P.
bridge. 23c
FOR SALE
Nice 2-bed-room house, small
basement, large lot, nice lawn,
good‘ location, electric water
_ heater, garage, house about 3
years old, $2800; SIOOO down,
payment bal. $35. per month.
17% acres, small house, just out
city limits, all under irrigation,
S2OOO.
Here is a fine 5-acre tract just out
city limits; 2% acres Bing cher
ries, some peaches, 3 acres as
paragus. Nice 3-room house,
basement, good well, all piped
and in good condition, S4OOO.
Seven-bed-room house, fine con
dition, good location, two bath
rooms, furnace, stoker, all rooms
just calsomined, S6OOO.
11 cabins and good house in fine
location, sewer, bath, wash
rooms, house is airmonditioned,
fine income property.
50 acres, asparagus, alfalfa, peas,
spuds, fine soil, house, barn,
garage, lots of nice shade trees,
S4OOO (payments).
10 acres, 3 miles out, fine large
home, other buildings, mint and
asparagus, $6500.
Six acres in Garden Tracts, fine
view of river in city limts, best
spot on highway, $5250.
K. C. GIFFORD
REAL ESTATE BROKER
Roxy Theater : _l:hope 2482
Kennewick, Wash.
lllllllli Misedlaneous 1111111 l
LOST—Brown “Gordon” felt hat
size 7 3/8. Reward of $1 for re
turn to this office. R. Dotson, Farm
labor camp. 23p
THE KENNEWICK (WW3) COURIER-REPORT!!!
CARTRIDGES—WiII buy or trade
any cal. shells. Aid meat short
age by selling those you cannot
use. Write Donahue 415 N. Second
Street, Pasco. 1 23¢
GOING TO HEN-$3? We have
posts. Standard Lumber Co.,
Phone 231, Kennewick. 22d
Used Cars
Parts '
Gasoline
, Repairs
S and J Motor Company
Kennewick Phone 1321
Authorized Ford Sales 8: Service
LOST—Lady’s gold wrist watch
with brown leather band, be
tween post office and- Vibber’s
drug store, Wednesday morning;
reward, call 15x13. 23p
PERMANENT WAVE—S9c! Do
} your own Permanent with
Charm-Kurl Kit. Complete equip
§ment, including 40 curlers and
’shampoo. Easy to do, absolutely
‘harmless. Praised by thousands
‘iincluding June Lang, glamorous
,movie star. Money refunded if
[not satisfied. Visger Drug. 8:15-10:7
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. _‘x 21tf
SIO.OO REWARD for locating me
a 2 or 3 bedroom house by Sept.
sth. Call Pgsco 94 or Kennewick
1692. Ask for Fox. 21-23 p
mmffiw
FOR RENT— Sheep pasture for
40 head with plenty of shade
and water on Timmerman ferry
road, Richland. A. F. Koeher. 23p
111111111 l Wanted 111111111 l
WANTED—Kitchen trash burner.
Inquire at this office. 23p
WANTED: Office girl. Must be
g typist Shorthand desired but
not required. Permanent position.
Church Grape Juice Co. 22tf
WANTED—Collapsible baby bug
gy. Call Joe at fitrickler Motors.
. s ' 23D
WANTED FOR RENT— Fum
- ished house or iappt. for adults.
Write David Ross; Richland. 23p
WANTED at onde—good reliable
girl or woman; at Commercial
Hotel. i 141;!
WANTED—Sma‘lvg upright or Spin
et piano. 226 ashington. 23p
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WANTED—Beau y operator, full
time. Phone 11281. Evelyn’s
Beauty Shoppe. Edith Magelson.
; 23-24-25
WANTED—ofifiaer. Give make,
condition and price. Mrs. M.
B. Moret,‘ West Highlands. 23p
WANTED: Clerk. Vibber’s Rexall
Drug Co. 22tf
?WANTED: Competent woman for
1 office work, must be able to
jtake complete charge of pay roll,
)record, filing, etc. 'Part of day
might be sufficienx}. Box 241, Ken
!newick, Wash., 0 phone 3322 for
interview. 16tf
WANTED—2O peach pickers Aug.
15. Experienced men and wom
en preferred. Grapes follow. A. E.
Scott, Benton City. 191:!
WANTED—CIean late model fac
tory built trailer coach. Sober
Trailer Mart, 326 Columbia Ave.,
Kennewick. 23p
Generallméoaches
26 feet
. 1942
Rayon-g]! Cruiser
22 feet
1942
Zimmer
27 feet
1942
Truck
‘ 21 feet
- AH moderately priced
SDBEB
TRAILER MART
328 Columbia Ave.
Kennewick rWash.
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WAR BflNflS
Water Camel
Thirst is one enemy of armies
and navie‘s that may be frustrated
by a generous supply of water. Ty
phus. another dreaded plague is an
other enemy that must be subdued
in Africa. in the jungle islands of
the Pacific. .
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So the “Lister Bag." more often
called the “water camel,” or just
"camel," is used. The “Lister Bag"
is a khaki colored canvas bag hav
ing a capacity of about 30 gallons.
It will require many War Bonds
to provide enough “camels" for our
fighting forces at home and abroad.
Yours too! “Back the attack with
W" Bums", (1.5. Treasury Department
Primitive Island
Rennell island is the southernmost
link of. the 900-mile Solomons chain.
Once a mere coral atoll it now is a
cliff-girt plateau 50 miles long and
from 6to 12 miles wide. About 110
miles south of Guadalcanal and 100
miles southeast of San Cristobal is
land. Rennell has' barely emerged
from the Stone Age. Contacts of the
natives with the outside world are
few. Traders have passed up Ren
nell because its products never
reached commercial volume. When
they hired island labor they paid for
it with mirrors, beads. fishhooks.
steel axes and knives. Metals are'
curiosities. Weapons are limited to
bone and wooden spears.
Because parents are unable to
take their babies to town for
christening owing to gasoline
shortage in Scotland, mobile fonts
are being started by the Metho
dist church.
WARRANT CALL
Benton County. Wash.
School Dist. No. 29 Gen. All
warrants to and incl. No. 4931; Pr.
Rapids I.D. Const. All warrants
to and incl. No. 378; Pt. Rapids
I.D. Maint. All warrants to and
incl. No. 1938; Pt. Rapids ID.
1942 Expense, All warrants; Pr.
Rapids ID. 1943 Expense. All war
rants to and incl. No. 21; Prosser
I.D. maint. all warrants to and
incl. No. 2763; Sunnyside I.D.
maint. all warrants to and incl.
No. 2474.
Notice is hereby given that all
the above described warrants are
payable at the office of the county
treasurer of. Benton county, on or
after Saturday, September 4th,
1943, upon which date interest will
cease, except on warrants previ
ously called, on which interest has
already ceased.
Dated at Prosser, Washington,
this lst day of Sept. 1943.
‘ C. W. NESSLEY,
County Treasurer
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SW! PT 8: CO.
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Now under new management. Highest prices
- e for Butterfat.
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We also RETAIL . . .
BROOKEMD Bll'l'l'Eß
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Plant and salwroom just south of Campbell’s
Cannery on Benton street.
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HARRY BEALL. Mgr.
Phone 1781 -
Most English - language films
shown in Argentina in the last
year were from the United States.
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OI"
THE STATE OI" I#ASI‘IING'I‘ON
IN AND FOR 38 ON COUNTY
NO. 2179
In the Manor of tho Sun. of
Don 1.. Panel. bound. and
NO. 2!"
In the Matter of the am» of
Funk Panel. Deceased. Con
undated.
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 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 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 2lst day of August. 1943.
CARL L. DEFFENBAUGH
Administrator.
By MOULTON 8; POWELL
His Attorneys.
In the Superior Court of the State
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
10 o’clock A.M., in the court room
n the Court House in Prosser, Ben
ton County. Washington. the peti
;tion for dimolution 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 penon to mar
‘shai the assets of said district and
that all persons desiring to be
lheard for or against said petition
must appear at said time and place.
Dated this 7th day of Aug. 1943.
“ETTA .1. HUMAN, Clerk.
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' 301163 No. 735‘
In the motto: of tho Dissolution of
School District No. 20 o! Bouton
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 lOo’clock.A.M.,inthecourt
room in the Court House in Pros
ser, Benton County. Washington,
the petition for dissolution of
School District No. 29 “Ml he
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,
ms.
ETTA J. HILLMAN,
Clerk.
By BESS ROYER,
Deputy.
BAD-9:9
In the Superior Court of the State
of Washington in and for Benton
County. -
IN THE MATTER OF THE ms-
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.
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