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"p. Waffle House. 3211
”um—Piano, small one pre.
'ujd. L. Howards, Box x,
Wick. Wash. 3m
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“um—Washing machme, J,
'l', Bowman, Box 416, Richland,
[an ' 32p
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Amp—Woman to do house
'"k. Good living accommoda
m good wages country home,
“Mutation furnished. Mrs. E.
sDorOthY: Phone 2291, Ken. 30tfc
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”(TED—Married man to live
wotumnll farm and help in an es
nth] industry that offers draft
figment. Write PO. Box 447,
PISOO Wash., for details and inter
view. 32tfc
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. at once—good reliable
'25? woman at Commercial
Mal- ‘ 14a
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WAN‘l‘ID—An industrious man
man for essential war work.
sandy “moment. good wages.
mum Kennewick Valley Tele
phone 00- sou
WNW-Man with power saw
to work on wood pile, Mrs. W.
6.70%“. 803 Washington . 32c
WANTED TO BUY: Tmewritér.
either standard or portable, in
pod condition. Vibbers’ Rexall
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WANTED TO RENT— Farm in
Kennewick area; must have
me permanent mp; will pay
Mable cash or crop rent.
myd Carlton, Rt. 4, Walla Walla.
32p
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WANTED:— Capable cashier .at
Safeway store. Apply to man
ner. 26tf
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WANTED—Combination stenog
mpher ‘and bookkeeper for
pleasant duration job. Apply this
m 281:!
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WANTED '— Experienced wool
m. Ideal Cleaners, Phone
1141, Kennewick. 26tf
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WANTED—Pianos and accordi
ons. Will pay cash if price O.K.
Write make, finish and height of
piano: Roy Goddman’s, 909 Riv
erside, Spokane. 31-3 c
DR. J. G. KNABI
~ ' Optometrist
‘PROFESSIONAL EYE CARE’
Title Trust Bldg. Phone 81
Pasco, Wn. for,Appointments
Minn Regulating Repairins
ALLEN W. SMITH
mo TUNING
. Benton City
mutant by Mail
DR. H. C. CURRY
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one. tt'midmcé—mz 1.» Ave.
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DR. 0. BRUNN
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5" Ave. A Phone 1521
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DIRECTORS
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115 3 Ninth St. Phone
Pasco. Wash.
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FOR SALE—Bench for laundry
tubs, Mrs. Mills on lst Ave E.
. 32th
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FOR SALE: 2 wagons, 1 four
horse fresno, 1 disc, and some
heavy lumber at Richland. Phone
2351. Fred Markham, Kennewick.
28a
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I FOR SALE
Seven new beds, springs and
mattress, complete $32.
’7 18 Alder, Kennewick
FOR SALE—WooI rug 11x12. Mrs.
J. W. Harper. Phone 1091 be
tween 9 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. 32tf
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FOR SALE—Netted "Gem potatoes,
good clean, field run, $2 a sack
at place. Can deliver. Pete Lande,
Kennewick. ’ 31-34 p
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FOR RENT—Rooms to a middle
aged man and wife, no children.
22 3rd Ave. E., Kennewick. 32-3 p
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FOR SALH-piece dining room
set; coal and wood heatrola;
Portable laundry tubs. 816 Alder
street. ' _. . 3011
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FOR SALE: Cobbler seed potatoes
Netted gems for eating. 6% mi.
East of Kenenwick. Dan Kuh.
33p
STRAYED—From Murray’s pas
ture in Richland, one yearling J er
sey heifer, branded with an S on‘
right hip. Reward. Jake Adams,
Rt. 1, Finley. 31-32 p
FOR SALE—Two fine recondi
tioned pianos, in this vicinity,
both .standard "makes, good me
chanical condition, terms, for ,par
ticulars write R. F. Powers, Vera
dale, Wash. 30-2 c
FOR SALE
5-room house, three bed rooms,
bath, fine location, $4250 terms.
5 acres asparagus, fine home, 3
bed rooms, bath, wired for
range, - other nice buildings,
lovely lawn and shrubs, lots of
large trees, only 1% miles out.
S6OOO.
11 acres on Highlangis, grapes,»as
paragus, mint; 7 room house,
garage,’ barn, chicken house,
s4oooo—3é down.
Nice two bed room house in Spo
kane, 3 lots, range and oil heat
rola go with house, $3150.
Have a good paying business for
sale in Kennewick. Investment
about $5500, income about SISOO
per month, operating expense
under SSOO _per month. How’s
that for income, SIOOO per?
12 acre tract near Finley, house,
barn, chicken house, $2600.
Have buyer for 200 to 3000 acre
wheat farm, will «make $25,000
down payment, will buy equip
ment. .
Very fine two-story 'business
block for sale, fine investment.
Two-story frame building for sale
in Kennewick on Kennewick
Avenue, very fine location.
Can handle a few more vacant
lots, close in. '
Have a good paying business for
sale in Pasco, also some very
fine acreage near Pasco, some
vacant lots, also house. ,
5 acres on Highlands, 5-room
house, cherries, S3OOO. ,
20 acres at Burbank, alfalfa, pas
ture, asparagus, 7-room house,
_ bath, pressure system, electric,
barn, garage, chicken house, hog
house, $6500.‘
$25 Bonds $18.75 ’
K. C. GIFFORD
REAL ESTATE BROKER
Roxy Theater Phone 2482
‘ Notary Public .
Kennewick, Wash.
NEW HOMES for sale. Small
down payment. Phone 1672. l9tt
YES they have nails at Standard
Lumber C., Kennewick. 27tt
FOR; SALE—Kitchen cook pres
sure gasoline stove, in good con
dition. 1 mile west of old Vale
Grange hall in Richland. Harold
Nelson. ' 31p
FOR SALE—Must sell at once
1942 26% foot Schult trailer
house, 3 rooms, in first class eon
diiton, SIBSO. Can be seen in Han
ford trailer camp. Sec. K, Block
3, Lot 5. Across from bath house
No. 35. 32p
FOR SALE—Turnfps and ruta
bagas. C. R. Norris, Rt. 1 3%
miles east of Kennewick. 32p
REWARD—SIO for the arrest and
conviction of a small home. Call
this office, 31-2 p

FOR SALE—Home. made trailer,
$75. Write E. E. Cleaver, Rt. 1,
Kennewick. 32p

FOR SALE: White Leghorn fry
ers. 2% and 3 pounds. John
peorge, South‘ Highlands. 30tf

FOR SALE—I young team, well
broke, also farm machinery. No.
of Richland, Hugh Vandine. 25tf
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WILL PAY CASH for a good used
piano, write P. O. Box 896, Spo
kane, Wash. 30-2 c
FOR SALE—I93I Chevrolet coupe
in good condition, good gas
mileage, $l5O cash. Call 773. 30tf
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FOR SALE: 20 acre farm 3 miles
west of Pasco. Call 779 or
187 J. ‘ 26tf
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~FOR SALE—One gray tweed fall
coat in excellent condition. Size
46, Price sls. Inquire at this of
fice. 32c
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FOR SALE: 400 4-months-old
Rhode Island Red chickens.
Phone 38, Pasco Drug Co. Pasco,
Wash. "29tf
FOR SALE Young registered
Jersey cow." Extra good family
cow, a pet. Horace Wray, South
Highlands. _ f
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FOR SALE—Potatoes. Sack ton
or truckload. . Get your winter
supply now. Bring your sacks. L.
A. Cox, W. Highlands. 30tf
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FOR SALE——Xnias cards. of all
descriptions. Buy, early and
avoid the rush. Vibber’s Rexall
Drug Co. ~ 321:1
FOR SALE Pre-war genuine
leather davenport and rocker to
match, $35. Phone 1693, 417 lst
Avenue, Kennewick. . 32p
FOR SALE—Model A coupe, 5
tires, good battery, SBO. . Come
east on Eighth Street to end of
flume. Morgan. 32p
FOR SALE—or trade for hay,
J ersey-Guernsey heifer, 13 mos.
old, also small DeLaval separator.
W. E. Johns, Phone 2476. 32p
FOR SALE at Burbank, Wash.,
_Two 20-acre tracts. Good im
provements on each tract. Cll
661R1, Pasco, Ed Horrigan. 31-32 c
FOR SALE—IBO acres on Uma
tilla river, part free water; elec
tricity; 6-room house; barn 40x50.
W. L. Floyd, Box 221, Hermiston,
Ore. , 36p
FRIDAY, OCT. 29 will be the
last canning day at Campbell’s
cannery. Will can meat Wednes
day, and Friday mornings. All
canned goods must be taken out
before Nov. 1. . 30tf
FOR _SALE 1940 Studebaker
Champion sedan, good condi
tion. Recently overhauled. $845.
Room 6, Kennewick Men’s Dormi
tory. . 32p
FOR SALE—Cobbler seed pota
toes from . certified blue tag
seed. Also Gem eating potatoes
and winter carrots, A. J. Thomp
son, Phone 386. 30-33 p
FOR SALE—I 2 gauge gun over
and under, like new, two boxes
of heavy-load shells with gun.
Campbell’s Cabin Camp, trailer
No. 'l4. Call after 7pm. 32p
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FOR SALE—Double bed complete
, $25. New two-burner kerosene
heater $25, ice box sl2. First cab
in north of Sandy Bells, Rt. —l,
Pasco. 32c
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FOR SALE—Trailer, accommo
dates four,. equipped with oil
heater, good tires, SSOO. Two mis.
north of Richland, Wayne Nor
val. 32p
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FOR SALE -- Wood and coal
range. One dresser, kitchenette
table, and a few other things. Call
after 5:30 at Victor Rogers place
on Nob Hill, Ole Herrud, phone
3281. _ 32c
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AUCTION SALE Kennewick,
Nov. 6, 1 p.m. This is a com
munity sale. If you have anything
to sell bring it in. Ash Auction
Co. . 31-32 p
FOR SALE-House trailer, 1940
Schult, 24 ft, sleeps 4. Bargain
for cash. Coleman range and oil
heater, good 6 ply tires. H. Malk
mus, Hillside Trailer Court, Rt. 2,
Kennewick. 32p
FOR SALE—I good team, 1 good
set breaching harness, good Mc-
Cormick mower, good milk cow
to freshen around Nov. 25. Chick
ens, 1 finger weeder, 1 spring
tooth, 1 spike tooth harrow,. one
horse cultivator. Elmer Hansen,
Richland. 32p
m mm mm, common-....
FOR SALE—Two room and bath
cabin in Pasco, phone 2467—ca1l
after six o’clock. 27tf
MAKE SURE your roof is tight.
See Standard Lumber Co. at
Kennewick for all kinds‘ of shin
gles or rool roofing. 27tt
FOR SALE Small farm of 9
acres, 11,5 miles north of Hover,
small house and good well, call
2866. ' 31-34 p
'FQR SALE—One hole com shel
ler, hand or power, 2 section
spiketooth harrow, several miles
of four-foot heavy stock fence.
Ed Sellick, Phone 3362. 3ltfc
FOR SALE—Trailer electric light
plant, new,_ 110 volt, 300 watt,
gasoline motor with muffler,
$197.50. Kennedy’s Trailer Camp,
226 No. Wash., across Hi-way
from the White Kitchen, ask for
Hunter. 32p
FOR SALE—I electric Rangette
with oven $27.50; 1 electric Kel
vinator refrigerator SBS; 1 bed
room suite, complete with springs
and mattress $45; 1 extension
dinette table with 2 ladder back
chairs sl2; 1 Heatrola, almost new
$65; 1 daybed $6.50. Box A at this
office. 32p
REWARD—Your ad in these.
economical want ads will be
rewarded with earnest reader
interest, even as you are now
reading this.
FOR SALE—2-smm, 7-room mod
ern house with ‘5 acre tract, lo
cated in Kennewick Garden Tracts
one mile out on River Road. Re
cently redecor’ated. Possession no
later than Nov. 15. Down pay
ment S2OOO, balance terms. L. E.
Johnson, agency. 31-2 c
FOR SALE—Farm, 4 miles east
of Kennewick; 10 acres in- al
falfa and asparagus. Large 4-room
house, full basement, garage, barn
and chicken house; good well,
water piped to all buildings. Im
mediate possession. Terms. In
quire 1108 W. Sylvester, Pasco.
31-32 p
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WE BUY HlDES—Farmers Ex
change, Kennewick. 301;!
FOR RENT—Sleeping rooms for
men, 529 Avenue A, Kenn. 32p
PAINT, inside or outside. Enam
.els, etc. Pittsburgh line at
Standard Lumber Co., Kenn. 27tf
DOORS and sash, all sizes at the
Standard Lumber Co., Ken..27tf
FOR RENT One cabin. with
cooking facilities, 1,2 east of
SP&S depot. Men prefered. O. W.
Engels. 32c
$lO REWARD for arrest of suit
able house or apartment, fum
ished or unfurnished. Care Box
221 at this office. 32p
WILL GIVE 6 qt. goat to person
keeping four goats from Dec. 1
to April 1. Two are giving milk.
Winemiller, 529 Avenue F. 32p
IVORY Coated Firtex for your
walls and ceilings. A beautiful
insulation board. Easily nailed on
and easy on your bank account.
Standard Lumber Co. 27tf
HALL ROOMS—2 nice clean beds
. in each apartment. SI.OO single,-
$1.50 double. 05.00 per, week.
Make your reservations ‘at the
Waffle House next door. 29tfc
Members of the Methodist
church are ringing their bell this
week, and next week the Christ
ian church members will ring a
church bell.
Unity Metaphysical Center
The Unity Mertaphysical Cen—
ter of Yakima announces classes
at the Mona Monroe Dress Shop
every Tuesday night at 8:00.
On Monday, November 15th at
8:00 Francis J. Gable, Unity
teacher, lecturer, and writer from
Kansas City, Mo., will speak on
the “Law of Increase” at the
Christian church at the corner of
Washington street and Third Ave.
The public is invited to attend.
FIRST ENGLISH LUTHERAN
Second and Auburn
P. J. Luvaas, minister
Res. 604 Kennewick Ave.
Sunday school 10:15 A.M., Mrs.
W. F. Hanson, supt. '
Morning service 11:15.
Sermon theme: “They will Rev
erence My Son.”
Confirmation class ~will meet in
the parsonage, 9:45 a.m. ‘
The junior choir will meet im-‘
mediately 1 following the class at
11:15. i
ASS BL? OF GOD
Kennewi Ave. 8:. Alder St.
10:00 a . Sunday school.
11:00 a . Morning worship.
7:30 pm, Evangelistic service.
7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Bible
study and prayer meeting.
We are having the services in
our new church building.
You are welcome to all of these
services.
CHRISTIAN CHURCH
Corner 3rd and Washigton Streets
J. A. Pine, minister
Bible school 9:45 a.m. Church
services 11:00 a.m. Sermon theme
Christian Endeavor 6:30 p.m.
Evening church service, 7:30.
“The Christian Program for a
Post-War World."
Theme: “Repentance.”
A cordial welcome to all to
these services. 4
FIRST METHODIST cannon
Kennewick Avenue at Dayton
John B. Coan, minister
Sunday Services
Church school at 9:45.
Morning service 11:00 o’clock
with choir and semen. There.
will be receptions of members
into the church. Theme: “The
Cup of Devotion.”
Senior Youth FelloWship 6:30
for high school and older young
people.
_ Evening inspirational service
at 7:30. A song and story hour.
Theme: “A Miracle of Modern
Times.”
' Week-day Activities
Monday 7:30 church school
workers council.
Wednesday 2:00, Circle No. 1.
Wednesday, 7:30 official board.
Thursday, 7:30 choir rehearsal.
Friday, 4:15, Jr. high choir and
play time.
' Kennewick Baptist Church
Rollin B. Holden, pastor
Phone 2072
10:30 morning worship with
communion.
11:30 Bible study in classes.
7:30 evening gospel service. En
joyable singing and message by
the pastor. '
8:00 Monday at Wallula.
8:00 Wednesday evening mid
week service in church study.
Studying the book of Romans.
Note change of time for eve.
ning service Sunday from eight
to seven-thirty.
Welcome with us always.
Kingdom Hall of Jehovah's
Witnesses
10th and Alder.stre‘et (1 block
east of Washington street)
Sunday 8 p.m., Watchtower
study. '
Wednesday 8:00 p.m. Study of
the New World book.
Friday 8:00 p.m., business and
service meeting. .
. All persons 7015 good will wel
_come. , '
St. Paul's Episcopal Church
Rev. Leo W. Dyson
.619 Avenue A
The Church of Jesus Christ
Latter Day Saints
IOOF Hall in Kennewick
Each Sunday 10:00 to 11:30 a.m.
MIA Wednaday evenings in
the Episcopal church in Pasco at
7:30 p.m. .
81'. JOSEPH'S CATHOLIC
CHURCH
Rev. W. J.‘ Sweeney. Pastor
Mass Schedule
Kennewick: lst, 2nd, 3rd, sth Sun
day, 8 am. -
Richland, every Sunday, 9:30 a.m.
Hanford: lst; 2nd, 3rd, sth Sun
day, 11:30 a.m.; 4th Sun., 7 a.m.
Daily mass 7:30 a.m., Kennewick.
Catechism for the children, Sat-
urday at 10 a.m.
Confessions Sat, 7to 8:30 p.m. tf
. CARD OF THANKS
Sincere appreciation is ex
pressed for your kindness and
flowers in the recent death of our
son and brother.
Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Arbogast
and family.
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In tho Superior Court of the State
of Washington in and for
Bonion County
No. 2103 »
IN THE MATTER OF THE ES
TATE OF NORMAN ANGLIN,
Deceased
Pasco Mattress
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Upholdenng .
Shop
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. Male to Order
Mattresseg. Springs,
Cushions
100 fine samples to
choose from
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EXPERT WORK. 10 YRS.
men
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See us or drop us a card and
we will give you the service
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0. W. LIMIT
108 no. Tacoma Avenue
Paco. Wash. .
[Ratios to Creditors to m. Claims
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN,
‘that Letters of Administration on
the estate of Norman Anglin, de
ceased. were granted to the under
signed on the 6th day of October.
1943, by the said Superior Court.
All persons having claims
against said estate are required
to serve them with the necessary
vouchers upon me at the office
of Moulton 8; Powell. Kennewick.
Washington. within six months af
ter the date of the first publica
tion of this notice. to-wit, within
six months after the 4th day of
November, 1943. and file the same
with the Clerk of this Court. to
gether with proof of such service.
or they shall be forever barred.
Dated at Kennewick, Washing-‘
ton this 4th day of Novemberfi
1943. i
HOWARD ANGLIN.
Administrator.
By MOULTON Br. POWELL,
His Attorneys.
Moulton & Powell,
Attorneys for Administrator,
Kennewick, Washington.
11:4-12:9
Notice of the Equalisation of As
sessment Roll of Columbia
Irrigation District
Notice is hereby given that the
assessment roll of the Columbia
Irrigation District is now on file
in the office of the Secretary and
Board of Directors at 10 Kenne
wick Avenue, Kennewick. Wash
ington, and that the Board will
meet in their office on Monday,
Nov. 29, 1943. at 2 p.m., as a
Board of Equalization, for the
purpose of equalizing said assess
ment roll and at which time the
Board of Directors will hear and
determine such objections to said
roll as may come before them.
' Given by order of the Board
of Directors this second day of
November, 1943. '
JEAN SPENCER.
_ Secretary.
113-1138, 1943
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Public notice is hereby given
that Pacific Power 8: Light Com
pany, a corporation, engaged in,
the business of distributing water
for domestic use and other pur
poses, and duly licensed and au
thorized to transact such business
in the City of Kennewick and
vicinity in the State of Wash
ington, has heretofore made ap
plication to the Board of County
Commissioners of Benton Coun
ty, State of Washington, for a
Franchise for a period of fifty
(50) years, authorizing and em
‘powering said Pacific Power 8:
i Light Company to construct, main
tain and operate water mains,
pipes and appurtenances, on and
along the following described
county roads, or parts thereof
Lwithin the County of Benton,
‘State of Washington, which roads
;are not within the limits of any
incorporated city or town, to-wit:
All of the streets, alleys‘ and
public places within the sub
divisons known as Nob Hill
Heights and City View Addi
tioninSectionG,TßN,R3oE,
WM.
And in pursuance of said appli
cation said Board of County Com
missioners have duly made an
order fixing Saturday, the 20th
day of November, 1943, at 11
o’clock AM., in the public meet
ing room of the County Com-
Hostetter Motor Co.
Authorized FORD Agents
SALES-SERVICE
Phone 105 Pasco ' - 518 Lewis
WRECKER SERVICE ‘
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Order Your Turkey mulls early
0 Q 0
STILL MAINTAINING HIGHEST PRICES
FOR FIELD RUN UNGRADED EGGS!
O Q 0
PUT IN YOUR ORDER NO“? FOR YOUR
WINTERS SUPPLY OF
LATE POTATOES
.O Q 0
Let us buy' your hens and fryers. We weigh
your chickens on your farm.
SWIFT & CO.
HARRY (Bull) BEA“.
. Phone 1781
missioners, in the Court House,
in the City of Prosser, County of
Benton, State of Washington, as
the time and place for the hear
ing of said application. which said
hearing may be adjourned from
time to time by order of said
Board of County Commissioners.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I
;have hereunto subscribed my
name and affixed my official seal
this 20th day of Oct. 1943.
11. E. CHAPMAN,
County Auditor and E-
Officio Clerk of said
Board of County Oom
missioners.
(Seal)
Auditor‘s Seal -
Benton County
State of Washington. Ila-11:)!
In the Superior Court of the State
. of Washington in and for
Benton County
No. 2122
In the Matter of the Estate of
Alice J. Hartman. Deceased.
NOTICE OF HEARING ON
FINAL ACCOUNT AND
PETITION FOR DISTRIBUTION
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that Ira M. Hartman and J. Walter
Hartman, executors of the estate
of Alice J. Hartman, deceased,
have filed their Final Account
and Petition for Distribution in
the office of the Clerk of the above
entitled Court and that the Court
is asked to settle said Final Ac
count and to distribute the prop
ertyotsaidestatetothepereons
entitled to the same and discharge
the executors.
Said Final Account and Peti
tion for Distribution will be heard
by the Court at the Court House,
in Prosser. Benton Comty. Wash
ington. on the 86th day 01 Novem
ber. 1943, at the hour of 9:30
o'clock in the torenoon.
M M. HARTMAN and
J. WALTER I-IARTMAN
Executore
By Moulton 8: Powell
Their Attorneys
10:28-11:11
Lodge Notices
AMERICAN LEGION
nob-gt W. my Pod no. a
Moon is: and and Thursdays ‘
Visitors and when 174.11»!qul
f Kennewick ‘
Lodge of Perfection
2nd Tuesday
. Rose Croix
4th Tuesday
8 p.m. Masonic Hall
1 Kennewick Lodge
1 No. 153 F. &A. M.
First and 3rd Wednesdays .‘
Masonic Hall
J. R. Ayers, WM.
P. 0. Stone,- Sec.
Order Eastei'n Star
lst and 3rd Tuesdays
' Masonic Hall
Cora Reed, W.M.,
T. Winkenwerder, Sec.
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