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News Behind
The News
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vested wishes of half of its people?
All bonds will be paid off. They
will have to be. The whole future
of this country is now bound with
the sound maintenance of the war
debts in bonds. No government
in the future will ever permit the
slightest impairment of those in
vestments unless it wants a revo
lution. ‘
Jap barbarities have increased
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. ‘ You’ll find just the style. you
p ‘- '\ , , ._. want in this fashion - inspired.
I , V - budget-priced group of Cym- a
f f thias.’ Sturdy walking shoes,
i,_ > z . classic spectator, or semi-tai
\ ' - lored pumps to match the crisp,
‘\ sure lines of your new suit.
“ Gleaming patent leather pumps
with open toes and sling backs
‘ _ to complement your spring.
\ gt? M (7/1. ' prints and dressy coats. No
\/, f 7,". \ matter what your choice, you'll
_ p ‘3‘ ‘7' \ exchange your shoe coupon with
\k. confidence for these graceful,
v’ \l‘t" , long ' lasting Cynthia’ Shoa
”‘3: . Reg. 11. s.lmm.
Open till 8:30 Monday Nights
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- A COMPLETE LINE OF A
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Home Furnishings _
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Builders 8: Shell Hardware
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Electrical & Plumhmg Goods
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_ Paint and Window Glass
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War time conditions have spoiled our aim, naturally, but when
and as the markets permit, we fill our lines to the limit of the
" wholesalers. We are anxious to serve you—when we can.
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MONDAY EVENINGS this store will close for dinner 5:45 p.m.
- and be open 7:00 to 8:30 p.m.
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' WASHINGTON HARDWARE ' AND
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bond sales, the news stories say.
Any reason for buying bonds is a
good one, but the best one is not
emotional hate, but plain'common
sense. A bond is the best place
for money today for any citizen.
It is the best place to put money
for the future education of your
young children, and the best place
to provide for your old age. But
best of all, you can- there deposit
your -money for the automobiles,
refrigerators, radios, house paint
ing, vacuum cleaners, and what
you will need when this war is
over.
Too Late to Classify
FOR SALE: 1930 Model A Road
ster, good tires. D. L. Lauder
dale, 1 mile east of SP&S Depot,
Route 1. 48p
FOR SALE: Two electric Buckeye
incubators, each 1000 capacity.
Sunnyacres Hatchery. Phone 2392
. 48c
FOR RENT: Two-room house with
screened in sleeping porch. All
kinds of chickens for sale. Come
east on Bth Ave. to green cabins.
Morgan. 48p
FOR SALE: 16% acres on high
way east of Sunnyside. 5 room
house, pressure water system. $1
water right with or without sows
and machinery. Will take trailer
house in trade. C. E. Forman, Rt.
1, Sunnyside, Wn. 48-51;)
FOR SALE
8 acres, good 3 bed room
house, large barn, lots of
shade and fine lawn, $3,250.
64 acres, pasture and alfalfa,
large house, barn, good well,
$5,000.
125 acres on Columbia river,
Pasco side, very fine soil,
pumping plant.
, Good business building for
sale in Pasco.
18 acres, 6 alfalfa, balance
corn land, $3,500.
Booming house, seven bed
rooms, furnished, 2 baths, fur
nace, stoker, fine location, all
rooms rented.
4% acres on Columbia river,
in city limits, house, barn,
cabins, lots of shade, lovely
view.
Very fine orchard, nice home,
trailer camp, 10 acres, good
crops, very fine layout.
.Very fine farm at Gifford,
Wash. 160 acres, 50 acres
under plow, will raise feed
for 100 head of stock, 6 tons
alfalfa to acre, 0 room house,
glassed in sun porch, full
basement, double garage, a
bunk house, wood shed and
shop, chicken house, turkey
shed, good barn, small or
chard, creek running through
yard and barnyard. One acre
garden spot, good fishing and
, hunting. House valuation,
$4,000, price for the whole
works, $6,500, $2,500 down,
balance. 5 percent.
Have buyers for farms, homes
business property, etc.
K. C. GIFFORD
REAL ESTATE BROKER
Roxy Theater Phone 2482
Notary Public
Kennewick. Wash.
THE KENNEWICK (WASHINGTON) ’couammnnmnm
1942 Chevrolet 2-door sedan,
Fleetline Torpedo -body, A-l all
around condition. Heater and ex
tra chronium. Must have priority.
Bob Rosson, 2 South Kennewick *
SEED POTATOES— White Rose
and Cobblers grown from best
blue tag foundation stock. John
Ferguson Phone 2779. 509
WANTED—Someone to kalsomine
and varnish the interior of the
Christian church at Pasco. Call
at 412 N 9th St. or phone 771 W,
Pascp. . 4849 p
FOR‘I SALE: 17 acmfis Hacreé
bearing grapes, 5 acres of grass,
modern house, family‘orchard for
own use, lawn, flowers. Frank
Montague, River Road, Hover,
Wash. 47-48 p
FOR SALE—4S acres, four-room
house, barn for 8 head of cat
tle, 6 acres alfalfa, 2 acres of
grass! one of the best wells in
the valley, S3OOO. J. R. Gowing.
‘ 48c
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”‘”‘ Try SAFEWAY Fir“ Safeway Better Brown Point Buys!
‘:‘:“? .. For Choicest Economical Meats! s'l 3 1 lb
°~ " °°" 15 ortenin .- . . .. '59
Good for (5) Pork ROCSts . Ib‘ 33‘ ( ) Ral Satin, creag pure vegetable sitlrfenln . c
5 5' ?I'I:I01;SK Selected cuts of choice loin ends! oy ll
:.'-.::: oiuzmgk: (3) Skinned Hams“. 35C (5 ) Treet '°'.'' '‘ 12 02. 35c
Meats 3:6 Shank end, meaty, tender; a real value! A 9"“ lunch meat, a "’3' meat value.
..:???“ (4) Fresh Weiners... 35c (2) Kraft Dunner -... -- . 10c
ONLY! Spare Stamp No. 3 good now on this. 2 pkgs. for 3 points; you know it's good!
(2) Lean Pork Roasts . . lb. 31c (l 6) Butter ’f‘' 'f f '_l "l 43C
Arm cuts; “my," really fine eating! Always fresh . . . Safeways price is low!
(3) Piece Bacon, grade A, lb. 31c Snowirill 3 ",3 61¢
[Well streaked; any size piece; a good buy! ‘ ‘ ' ' ' LARD
(4) P ks. b 'k lb 29 151113 .. . a favorite shortenlng.
Ol' usa 9 ll . C I Ktl .
' Pure fresh ground peg 83:18:96; use :pare No. 3! wm‘oll --. . . Pl- 21‘ eAltlli. '::"
_ . _ ._.- ...... 5 pts. .. . pure, dependable. (12 polnts)
(8) Lean Beef Roasts 1.-..---b. 26¢ (W Salad oil .”....ql. 52c .
(5 ) Skinned Hams, butt end, lb. 36¢ ‘ ‘5”, 1;, 10 pts. .. . Jewel, pure oil. 66‘
(lo) Juicy Sirloin Steaks------lb. 35¢ *: -g i ' -
(7) Fresh Ground 8eef.....-lb. 23.; L ‘ -.RoAs'rs Fru§flgg 0; units- 24° .
(l) Mfifity Spare Ribs--..-.-.-.lb. 34¢ AME CRISCO ~'
' . Shoulder
W P"? Cm "mam-"‘:- 31¢ 4 ......_...... 32¢ 1?!99..:;.21.'.;.§.?1z.2"
(4 ) Sliced Bacon, findiess---.lb. ‘..t . 3 m. 9'..'
(4) Luncheon Meats, a'ss'tlb. 33¢ Sardines . . . .l 5 01. He (.5 9......
11 pts. .. . Blue Bay, in tomato sauce. 68
l ; WES.“ “Am“ "’- Salmon .....I6 oz l9c C
, Sign ' No pomts on m fish 42c 12 pts. .. '. Gold Cove, new pack.
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@ - new 2,500.00 PRIZE CONTEST o%!ng
- ('5%/7g} Iv. lb. loaf «an: mess rmr raucaxssl Q)“ nu. m.
a“? 13: ‘1.500.00 nest PRIIE r ...... ..
. so osasa casn swans .39.: ““4. ~ ‘ _ ""/ Darlgold
iVSandwich B read .-----I3¢ Golontry blank and roles at Safeway _\ ~ 9c
'Rmsm Bread --------~---‘°¢ . SUZA NNA Panc ake Flo 0 r .1. (1 to.»
RATIO" news {‘23. 3&35559“ "’° 2‘" : ERWfiRDS COFFEE
Effective Feb. 27th CANTERBURY 1'“ v. lb. 22.; \4O ' v 3.1: ::«J'........-......-.....e. 23‘
Book 4 Red and Blue s'tamps Black tea; an excellent value. ”’DQ/ '
10 i to a . t _
p 333. r37<2~5°1°... TABLE 5YRUP........'|6 oz. 21.: [o;in AIRWAY COFFEE
Will be given as change Sleepy Hollow! temPtln' syrup. 5% "guy refer it
for new Blue and Red ‘ ’ alwayspfresh ' 3"”. 5"
Stamps in book 4. §v S 1' ”,8 ........................
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atgnnmtgmgdfump “I ' "RT: ‘é tastoyz' :.'i‘... 32C .. \
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(2) Tomato Juice Bc~ Oats ..........3 lb. box 21c .
Walla Walla, 13y, oz. tins. Morning Glory, quick or reg. Wlne‘ap Apples 0 lb. 10%:
(0) .l ° 30 H-0‘ ots ........2l . mm” °"‘°‘°“" “"°‘°" "'°° W
733%.»... 46 oz. grapefruit Your favg-ite quick oat Besreaf‘lc Seedle” Gfapefruit . lb. 7‘
(10) Cream Corn 13c Rippled Wheat 9c ”'9’ ”m" “in” 1”” ""’"Wm ‘
Old Yellowstone golden. 20 oz. Best for a better breakfast. super Gem's . . '5 lbs 55c
(10) Peas ..........20 oz. 12c 'Cane Sugar....‘lo lbs. 61c “in‘“ ”mm ""“m 6""!
Flavor Crest, sweet, tender. c a H fine cane granulated.
Fancy Lettuce Large Orange!
0 DANDY CANDY SPECIALS 9 "':':..t'“ 10: “‘:':tf" 9:
100% Pure Sugar Assorted Fresh, Delicious __-—'.__.—— .
HARD CANDIES ........lb. 21¢ Monster GUM DROPSJb. 11¢ 5"“ Tu“ Pm“ Fmpe‘mt-w-Jb' 8””
Chocolate Coated Everyo'ne likes Extra Large Sunkist Lem0n5..........1b. 11c ‘
PEANUT CLUSTERS lb. 31¢ FRESH SATIN MIX Ib. 27; Snow White Cauliflower ------.-----------|b- 12° .
Crisp Celery, Utah type ..........-.......1b. 10¢
Crystal White p.m."... pas-rs Rum Yakima’s finest-m-uwu-ch 4“
SOAP SOAP ,Grgaulgl-gd 310000“. nice, tender ...................-..--lb- 15‘
Regular bars Regular size Large pkg. Florida No. 1 New P0tat0e5........-....-1b- 9‘ ..:
5 for 20C 3 bars 19c 26c , No. 2 Gen. Potatoes, 50-lb. 5ac1t..............89c '
Low PRICES EFFECTIVE ' '
_ Feb. 25th tbra Mar. 2nd! I l .
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Walt. Edwards Awarded
Good Conduct Medal
Cpl. Walter L. Edwards of Ken
newick, has been awarded the
army's good conduct medal at
Kelly Field, a unit of the air serv
ice command, army air forces, it
has been announced by the field’s
public relations office.
The medals are awarded to
men “who have demonstrated fi
delity through faithful and exact
performance of duty, efficiency
through capacity to produce de
sired results, and whose behavior
has been ‘such as to deserve emu
lation."
Cpl. Edwards is assigned to the
422nd Service Sqn., Tag, and is
serving as a crew chief.
Authorize no More
Conversions to Rubber
Until further notice, county
committee: will discontinue au
thorizing conversion of farm im-
plements including wheel tractors
from steel wheels to rubber. The
reason for this action is to insure
delivery of a maximum of the
1944 production of wheel tractors
and other farm implements on
rubber and to reserve the re
maining supply of tires and tubes
for replacement purposes.
Whether the conversion pro
gram can be reinstated at a 'later
date will depend upon the degree
to which replacement requests can
be met, and farmers ability to
keep present tires and tubes in
repairandmakeuseotusedor
re-capped tires and used tubes
which might be available. It is
therefore urged that farmers take
good care of their present equip
ment and use re-capped or used
tires where possible. .
In regard to conversions from
steel to rubber it has been indi
cated that a procedure will be
set up whereby bona-tide hard
ship cases can be cared for. How
ever. we have not received any
instructions regarding this.
Thursday, February 34 1.“
a“
Newcomer ls H "
In Training scum? M“
Pic. Elsworth W. Schm
son of Mr. and Mrs. A...
Schmoeckel was graduatu .._
cently from the headquarter.“
nical school of the army at:- “M
training command at True: M
Madison, Wisc. He was on. (I
the honor graduates of his .31..
according to the annmmem
made by Brig. Gen. S. w. m
Gerald. commanding general d
the field. He is being an"
duties in connection with M
activities of one of the air In.
units.
Among the subjects tam ‘
schools of the technical tub-h
command are radio. airplane ‘
chanics. photography. par-u
rigging and meteorology. A w
of 110 different course: m ._
fend. Army personnel are I'-
the opportunity to quality In“.
various courses.
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