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8 Kennewick Courier-Reporter
Thursday, June 29, 1944
EARLY
NEWS BY '
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this Is Ir. “m earmng person In the country! We’re
The zero hour all over the world. The 80108. to have to 400519 Whit we did .
big push we’ve waited for so long. last hme!
111 i: is the time for belts to be worn Just to show you the tenement of
Q tighter. For pockets to be scraped. For the dnve, our Government says—lt's -
every last American to wring more dol- ”0505'! “‘0 5'99." o'9" 'o'" "0"
... y- lan out of himself than he thought he be called upon to make!
, g. could spare! QDon’t fail the boys who’ve got
_ i The U. 5. Treasury needs ’ Q the didn’t, bloodiest fight!!! 3h“ .
$16,000,000,000 right now! I ahead 0‘ ern. _
' $6,000,000,000 from individ- .. Buy Bonds as if the battle
uals alone. That’s more than 5"WAIIIMI depended on YOU! FOR IT '
. SIOO in cash from every wage- v DOES! Q .
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346175551”?va BUY MORE THAN BEFORE
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THE OLD JUDGE SAYS...
“I can’t think of anything else you’ll need
for your Victory gardena Judge . . . you’ve
got pretty nwly everythmg.”
“I think so, too: John. Ever get your
asparagus patch gomg? .
“I gave that up last yam: Judge. Tried it
sixywsinarowwithnoluck. Justhaven’t
got the right soil, I sues?”
“Well, I think you’re wise. John.. .no
use keeping on trying things you know won’t
work. Just like prohibition. State-wide pro
hibition has been tried in this country
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COUNTY PROPERTY .
. Notice is hereby given, that in
accordance with an order hereto-I
fore entered on the sth day of
June, 1944, by the Board of County
Commissioners of Benton County.
: directing the sale of the real prop
erty hereinafter described, the
15mm: of said county, will on the
' 15th day of July, 1944, at the houri
for 10 o’clock A.M., at the front‘
'door of the County Courthouse in
Prosser, in said County and State,
sell to the highest and best bidder
for cash the following described
property situated in said County
and described as follews, to-wit:
Lots 6, 7. and 3, Block 72, Yak.
ima Irrigation and Improvement
Company’s Plat of Kennewick.
The above described property
shall not be sold for less than the
sum of S2OO cash in hand at the
time of sale at which time a
County Treasurer’s deed will be
executed and delivered to the pur
-Ichaser. _
'fi'ovt‘i-ce is further given, that
“WMbmthlm
seventy-two times in the last ninety years.
It has been adopted forty-seven times in
the past thirty-three ym and disarded
everywhere except in three states. Same
thing was tried in eight provinces in
Canada and in Norway, Sweden, Finland
andßuseiabutitwasanadmitted failure
and universally abandoned.
“The reason is grohibition does not
prohibit. All you get. a bootleg liquor in
steadoflegalliquormlusnoendofcrime
and corruption.”
lI necessary said sale will be
adjourned to the same hour from
day to day by announcement made
at the time and place of sale or
at the time and place to which
said sale may be adjourned, not:
to exceed 30 days.
Dated at Prosser, Washington,
this sth day of June, 1944.
H. E. Chapman, County Auditor
and ex-officio Clerk of the Board
of County Commissioners.6:lß-6:29
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
NO. 2251
In the Superior Court of the State
of Washington in and for
Benton County -
In the Matter of the Estate of
Lillie M. Evans. Deceased
Notice is hebery given that Let
ters of Administration on the es
tate of Lillia M. Evans, deceased,
have been granted to the under
signed by the said Superior Court.
. All persons having claims against
said estate are required to serve;
same with necessary vouchers up
on me at the office of Moulton 8:.
Powell, Kennewick, Washington,
and file the same, together with
proof of service with the clerk of
this court within six months after
the date of the first publication
of this notice, to-wit: within six‘
months from the 22nd day of
June, 1944, or they shall be forever
barred.
CARL F. EVANS, Administramr
- By MOULTON & POWELL,
" His Attorneys ,
Moulton 8:. Powell
Havstab Bldg.
Kennewick, Wash. 6:22-7z6
MISCELLANEOUS: All kinds of
plumbing installation and service,
Dumps, septic tanks, sinks, show
ers, sanitary fixtures, water heat
ing, and boiler equipment. Ken
newick Plumbing 8: Heating at
Columbia Electric. Phone 3201 *
FOR RENT: Two-room cabin new
ly decorated. 1 mile east of
Kennewick. F. E. Farm, phone
2642. 13c
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