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“Chin<'?‘lll3 buck and New Zea
hnd buck rabbit, also good grade
ie'ilzind White Giant buck rabbits
f 0; cale. A. A. Rabbitl'y, Crutchers
Carnp. Mailing address, Kenne
newick, Gen. Del., A. E. Grim
stead. '___ 43‘8-
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ANTED—FuII tlme coo
Whousekeeper. Call 532. 41-tf.
fiNTED - Good used Daveno
with springs. Mrs. Roy Hunt,
m. 1, Richland. Wash. *
WED: Man-ior steady ranch
work. Married or single. Good
wages and living quarters ffur
' . Address “B" this of ice
mshed 42-44::
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WANTED: A man to ride ditch
Sunnyside irrigation district
; enton City. Salary $175 per
th, plus tree house rent and
garden spot. 42-44 c
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USED CARS “
A fine selection of clean late model
used cars available now.
Low down payrnents
Easy monthly pafi'nents.
Liberal trade-in allowances
Service®Parts
S & J MOTOR CO.
Kennewick, Washington
Used car lot open evenings and
Sundays for convemence of
defense workers. _
TELEPHONE 1321
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Dr. H. C. Curry -
OPTOMETRIST ‘
7 Eyes Examined ‘
Glasses Fitted ‘
Established Many Years in '
Kennewick .
' Office at Residence, 402 lst Av..
PHONE 1361 .
FOR APPOINTMENT ,
DR. J. G. KNABE
Optometrist
PROFESSIONAL EYE CARE '
Title Trust Bldg. Phone 81 ‘
Pasco Wn.. for Appointments .
Dr. F. C. Klopfenstein
116 No. sth St., Pasco
Hrs: 11 to I—4 to 8:30 daily
Friday 11 to l—not open Satd’y—
Phone: Off 311 Res., 754.
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DR. 0. BRUNN j
DBUGLESS PHYSICIAN ~
Office at Residence
503 Ave. A. Phone 1521
’i‘Moulton & Powell
LAW OFFICE
Office in Havstad Building _
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JAMES LEAVY
Attorney at Law ' -
. Penney Building ‘
Office 2671 Res. 3661
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KEN E. SERIER
Anorney a: Law
Penney Building ,
Office 2671 _ a". 2,0,
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Mueller Funeral Home
Lady Anendan: ‘
Ambulance Service
Day & Night _
314 lst Av. Phone 2201-2
._~________
D. W. ZEN’I‘ .
Amm.’ at Law
115 S 4th St. Phone 875
Pasco. Wash.
WANTED TO RENT—2 or 3 bed
room home in Kennewick.
Phone 881, 14 North Auburn St.‘
41-ti.
WANTED—FamiIy laundry. We
offer you two-day service on
wet laundry only. Prices reason-l
able. Jack E. Taylor, first house
west of Bremmer’s filling station,
west on Kennewick ave, Kenne
wick. ‘ 40-tfc.
WANTED—2 tons chopped hay
delivered to Crutcher's Camp.
river road. Send price per ton to
A. E. Grinstead, Gen. Del., Ken—
newick. 41-43-p.
WANTED;TO buy childs roller
skates, .medium size, in good
condition. Phone 1831. 42-44-p.
WANTED: Apartment or house,
furnished or unfurnished; no
children. Call Carl-Berg Furni
ture, 1961. 43p
WANTED: Woman for—general
house work just mornings. Mrs.
John R. Vibber, Phone 1561. 41tf
WANTED: Large truck in good
condition. Paul Goeser, 35 Park
view Homes, Kennewick 43p
W W W For Rent U W W
CABIN FOR RENT Heat and
. light furnished. J. S. Lee, Ken
newick, Wash. W. B. Paulson
place, Rt. 2. _ 42-p.
FOR RENT: Sleeping room, gen
tleman preferred, very close in,
also Majestic range for sale. Call
at 201 First Avenue. 40-42 p
Foß‘hEN'rlisedroom and use of
‘ living room, suitable for man or
woman. 2 blocks from town. Mills,
Phone 1768, 115 Ist Ave. E. 42-c.
FOR RENT: Apartment, cabins
and {trailers in Bates Auto Court
opposite White Kitchen on the
highway in Kennewick. 39t1
I'vLostandFound"
LOST—Black Angora male cat,
wearing tan leather harness. Re
ward for information or return
to Kennewick Hotel. ‘
FOUND: $5 bill—lf you can tell
when and where you lost it and
pay for this adv., you can have it.
Call at this office. 42-p.
U ' Miscellaneous ' U
KEYS MADE’ for any lock for
the car, home or office. Wood’s
Key Shop, 10 Kennewick Ave.
Phone 3201. 40tf
MEN’S GOLD FILLED Expanision
Watch Bracelets, $12.50. Ladies
Gold Filled Watch Bracelets. All
kinds of clocks, $4.00 up. Repaired
on Short Notice. BAUERS’
JEWELRY SHOP, over bank
building, Kennewick, Wn.
LAUNDRY: Family and bundle
washings wanted, 5% miles S
E on Washington St., turn south
first house; also 3 room house
for reht in good repair, same lo
'cation. 41-29
KENNEWICK METHODIST
CHURCH
'Church school each Sunday at 0:45.
Sunday morning service at 11. Live 8
l timely message- and choir. Youth Fel
lowship Sundays 6:80 for all young
, people. Evening invitational service
at 7:80. Always a cordial welcome.
1
* I. ll ll '
; oye ohces ,
Order Eastern Star .
. First and Third Tuesdays I
Masonic Mall ~
Lottie Lampson, W. M.’ ‘
Tella Winkenwerder, Sec. 1
AMERICAN LEGION
Robert W. Ely Post No. 33
Meets lst and 3rd Thursdays
Visitors and members welcome
#
Kennewick Lodge
No. 153 F.&.A.M. '
First and Third Wednesday!
Masonic Hall
Gene Spaulding, WM
G. A. Purdy, Sec.
Kennewick 1.0.0.1". ‘
No. 222
, Meets Every Monday 8 I’ll. ‘
ODD FELLOWS HALL
Visitors Welcome
Fraternal
Order of Eagles No. 241
Meetings Ist and 3rd Thursdays
at Highlands Clubhouse,
Kennewick
lst Thurs. social night—dancing
follows each meeting
AAA‘.
\‘."ATKINS PRODUCTS Local‘
dealer for Watkins products
located at Columbia View Camp,:
1 block north Avenue C East. See?
the Sign on the house. Home hours‘
6 until 10 each evening. 6-45-p.J
BABY CHICKS: Booking ordersl
now for Jan. and Feb. hatches}
Our breeders are culled and blood
tested by an accredited tester oft
the State College of Washington,
and Western Wash. Experiment
station of Puyallup. White Leg
horn, New Hampshires, white and
barred Plymouth. Sunnyacres
Hatchery. 36th
WE CAN FURNISH enough panels
for garage or chicken houses,
12X21 for $46.50. These panels
are covered on both sides. See us
at once as these will not last long.
I. I. Grigg, Contractors. Phone
441, Pasco. 42-43-c.
WAR ON—There is a war on—
trains and cars are needed—
Why ship in bread when Belair’s
Better Bread is baked fresh daily
right here in Kennewick. 40tf
STEADY WORK: For girl. Gen
eral office work: Consolidated
Freightways. 42th
R. E. STANDLEY’S New and used
furniture store “where your dol
lars have more cents.” 348 Ave C,
East. 29tf
CHERRY GROWERS of Benton
county—the “Cherry Institute”
is your organization—support it.
Banquet February 26. Tickets and
information may be secured at
county agents office. 4243 c
M
LOANS: Sales financed on auto
mobiles, trucks, and house trail
ers. Personal Loans. United Fi
nance Co., Second floor National
Bank of Commerce Bldg, Phone
821, Kennewick. 1w
WE SPECIALIZE IN in auto and
trailer insurance, nationwide
claim service. Harold G. Fyfe
agency. Sltf
TWIN CITY TAXI CO.
24-I-Ir. Service.
PHONE 921. 1
Frank Gillud. prop“ Kennewick.
42-tfc.‘
RUMMAGE SALE: St. Paul’s
Guild will hold a rummage sale;
at Barnes’ service station, acrossj
the street from Campbell’s cue
tom cannery, Thursday, Friday
and Saturday, Jan. 18, 19, and 20.
Many fine articles are for sale. 42c‘
REPRESENTATIVE for AVONI
Products, Inc., MILDRED D.
LISTON, 215 Ist Ave. E. Phone
1761. Calls by appointment only.
40-41-42 p.
WE BUY hides. Farmers Ex
change. 34tf
QUALITY SEWlNG—Dresses and
tailored suits. Ken. 2827. 42-p.
UWVForSaIeU'U
FOR SALE—Majestic range. Call
at 201 First Avenue. 42-p.
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FOR SALE—One blonde Cocker
Spaniel male pup. This dog is
from the best blood lines and
will be registered with the AKC
at time of sale. Ready for de
livery about Feb. 15. 35.00. Gene
L. Spaulding Tan stucco house
across from Golf Course. 4143 c
FOR SALE—Choice 40 acre farm;
suitable dairying or mint grow
ing. Mint distillery on place. Last
year production 80 lb. per acre.
New pipe lines. Water SI.BO an
acre. Modern 5-room house. Fur
nace heat. Electric hot water.
Good out buildings including
brooder houses and equip. 1,000
turkeys. Drilled well. Oiled road.
Located two miles south and east
of Grandview on Apricot road.
Write P. L. Griffith or phone
Grandview 5067. 42-35-c.
FOR SALE: 18 Acres heavy soil.
good buildings, modern 3 bed--
room heuse, one cabin, tractor and
implements, also some chopped
hay, one stack of hay to sell sep .
arately. P. A. Peterson. 1 mile
out on Washington street. Call
Sundays or evenings. 42-44 p
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LOANS .
Auto and House Trailer
FINANCING
’ UNITED FINANCE CO.
Kennewick lltf
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Shovel, crane,. draghne,l
ditching machine l
H. a J. CONSTRUCTION.
Kennewmk, Wn.
Phone 18x3
ll‘ "‘2 FOR SALE—Three-room
furnished at t"c Y, Hill's Trailer
Camp. \Vill sell $5.00. House can
.‘ :‘.;( ved. Inquire at Barber Shop
for Mrs. Steve Dodge. 44-p.
Al.” .‘.: . :io‘rzes. sznall
. »~ y Imp. Hill. Kennin
i‘ ”“9 I " 3111'
FOR SALE—By owner: modern 2-
bedroom house with two lots,
new garage. new chicken Coop
Good location. Call at 118 Ave. D
'43-p.
FOR SALE: Home sites—River &
highway frontage: also anchor
age 3’: miles west on River Road.
Frank E. Berg, Route 2, Kenne
wick. 41-44 c
FOR SALE or TRADE—IGXIG
tent, 900 board feet lumber, one
heater or complete tent house. R.
Simms, Rt. 2, c/o: Jones Camp,
Kennewick. *
1942 25-FT. LIBERTY Trailer
with electric hot water heater,
stationary bed, heated floor. Al W.
Curtis at Curtis Courts. 42-p.
FOR SALE—S-6 ton alfalfa hay;
John Deere riding cultivator,
practically new. Two-horse disc,
14-in. walking plow. Nat Witt. *
FOR SALE or RENT—Single or
double cabins. Columbia River.
Trailer Camp, Pasco. Apply at
camp office. 40-42-p.
FOR SALE—I cabin, 20x30, SSO;
1 oil cook stove, day bed, chest
of drawers and table. Call at
Footes Trailer park. W. S. Cun
ningham. ‘ _ 42-p.
FOR SALE: Rome Beauty and
Winesap apples, $1.50 to $2.50
per box. A. C. Simsen, Kenne
wick Highlands, one mile west
of golf course and half mile south.
42p
FOR SALE OR RENT: New two
bedroom house. completely fur
nished; full basement with furnace
hot water tank, laundry tubs, etc.
Furniture includes Hotpoint re
frigerator, electric stove, etc. Pos
session by Feb. lst Call after 7 on
week days or any time Sunday.
Ralph Rank, 17 Monroe. 48p
FOR SALE OR RENT: 15 acre
tract 1,5 mile from city limits;
igood buildings, heavy soil, all pip
ed for irrigation; mint, asparagus;
hay; equipment included; easy
terms. Phone 2268 after 0 p.m.
or Sundays. 41tf
MISC. FOR SALE—Large James
way Incubator; 100 turkey
saddles; good roll top desk; Under
wood typewriter; C. G. Conn Bari
tone hom; cheap violin; small
hammer mill like new; 2000 good
posts; 2 ton No. 9 smooth wire;
poultry netting; barn track and
hay carriage. Write P. L. Griffith,
Grandview, Phone 5007. 42-45-c.
FOR SALE—ZI-ft. Glider Trailer
hopse in Ad condition; stoves,
gas and oil ice-box, lots of cup
boards. See at The Willows Trailer
Court, back of White Kitchen,
Space 25. W. D. Bruington. 40-42-p.
FOR SALE: 1 double bed com
plete; single bed complete, air
filled Sealy new mattress; single
spring and mattress; over-stuffed
chair, pre-war; chest of drawers,
Maple; writing desk; kitchen
table; Walnut Gateleg table; two
dining room chairs. Call before
noon Saturday only. West on Ken
newick avenue to first road west
of hatchery, south to end of road,
‘2 blocks east, left side of road. 429
FOR SALE: 3;6 acres income and
investment property; 2 room
house furnished, including electric
stove and refrigerator, oil stove;
)2 room cabin, furnished; two one
}room cabins, furnished; two hen
houses with 300 laying hens and
ibrooder equipment if desired; also
other buildings; family orchard
and other shade suitable for trail
er camp. H. J. York, No. First
street, Pasco. 43p
FOR SALE: Netted Gem potatoes,
one mile west Kennewick city
limits. C. F. Fletcher. 38tf
RUMMAGE SALE—Basement of
the Congregational church, first
block north of the Liberty Theatre
in Pasco, Friday and Saturday,
Jan. 19th and 20th. 42-c.
FOR SALE: Mink dyed muskrat
coat. Excellent condition. Phone
2391. 39tf
FOR SALE A Dalton adding
machine, in good condition, also
have 2—room apartment to rent.
Phone 1721. Ben Hack on Nob
Hill. 42-p.
FOR SALE: Room 12x16 in good
condition to be moved. George
Winkler, 409 N. Garfield St., in
Kennewick. 4042 p
STOVES FOR SALE: Monarch
wood and coal kitchen range
and large size Duo-Therm circu
lating oil burning heater. See
them at 101 X Lee Blvd., Richland,‘
or call 583. 42p
FOR SALE: 1 Guernsey heifer to
freshen soon, some cows milk
ing now. Horses to sell or trade!
Howard Ash. First Ave. 6 biks.‘
east of Stricklers garage. 42p
FOR SALE: Em barrels,
each. Kennewick”, Bakery. 383::
FOR SALE—About 500 good pists.
.t’ :1 congoleum, also a lot of
go d wire for grape trellis. W. F.
Luke. «Ll-p.
FOR SALE—ity (m'ner: New {we
r: m Write l'l Recm‘cls a-zlditiAn
ot Kennewick: full basement, lur
naee. electric hot water heater,
laundry tubs, unfinished upstairs
could have two bed rmnns: house
has never been occupied: immedi—
ate possessizn: reasonable down
payment, balance at $32.11 per
month, see Julius M. 1321111, 13 Ad
ams St., Kennewick. ‘ 4111'
FOR SALE—22 foot trailer. Very
good buy. 9th bus stop. W. 0.
Hawn Trailer camp, river road.
42—1).
FOR SALE: Brick siding. The new
outside covering for your small
house. Comes in rolls like roofing.
Fire resistant—«warm. Easy to ap
ply. No priorities needed. We have
two carloads in stock. Ask us about
it at Potlatch Lumber Co. 2511'
FOR SALE: Youth size bed, spring
and mattress in good condition.
Phone 1551. 42;
FOR SALE By owner: New five
room home with extra lot in
Morain Addition to Kennewick;
full basement, furnace, electric hot
water heater, laundry tubs, imme
diate possession: reasonable down
payment; balance at $34.85 per
month. See Julius M. Bahl, 13 Ad
ams, St., Kennewick. 41tf
FOR SALE: 20-ft Glider trailer
with SEQ-ft G. M. Frigidaire;
excellent condition; household
goods: table, chairs, buffet, 9-tube
cabinet radio, dresser, Remington
electric-razor used once. See Earl
Arndt after 6 p.m. on Sunday,
Foote Trailer Camp, 231 North
Washington St. 43p
FOR SALE: Small equity in new
two bedroom home—automatic
hot water heater, venetian blinds,
smallmonthlyFHApayments. Will
sell furnished or unfurnished, fur
niture includes new Hot Point re
frigerator and electric range. 1306
Kennewick Ave., Kennewick. 39d
FOR SALE: 29 Model A good
tires, one new; new paint job
See trailer 358 Sundays or Mon
days and after 6:15 p.m. Tuesday
thru Saturday. ‘
FOR SALE—3 room house and
furniture cheap on leased land.
Can be moved or lease continued.
1% miles west of Kennewick on
river road. Call Earl Verner.
Phone 130. 2139. 41-43-p
FOR SALE: 2% acres with 4-mom
house. Electricity and city water
in house. Outbuildings. Located
on'lthandGumstreetsinthe
Nob Hill district; Will sell partly
furnished for SIBOO cash. Call
any time. 0. E. Cork. Rt. 1.
Kennewick. '
FOR SALE: New and used James
way electric and oil brooders.
Sunnyacres Hatchery. 3611 c
FOR SALE: Trailer ice box, trail.
er kitchen sink. Would consider
table mangle in exchange. 428
Calumbia Ave. Richland Highway.
Kennewick. . ‘
FOR SALE Three-room house
with screened porch, furnished.
Ask for Cantrell at Crutcher camp.
Near Richland “Y.” 42-p.
FOR SALE:-Leather jecket size 42.
1 pr. heavy 'duty coveralls size
40, both like new. Trailer west of
office at Willows Trailer Court. “
FOR SALE: Lumber, non-rationed
dimension at Tewalt’s Store at
Finley. . 25tf
FOR SALE: Modern two bedroom
house, full basement, pipe tur
nace, hardwood floors, automatic
electric hot water heater, coal, and
canned fruit included. 15 10th
Ave. East, Kennewick. Reason
able down payment. up
FOR SALE—Good grade Chin
chilla and New Zealand buck
rabbit, ‘also good grade Zealand
White Giant buck rabbits. A. A.
Rabbitry, Crutchers Camp. Mail
ing address, Kennewick, Gen.
Del., A. E. Grimstead. 41-43-p.
FOR SALE: Oil heater, 5-room
size; electric‘ washer, electrolux,
vacuum cleaner, all attachments;
small electric heater, 3-way elec
tric hot plate, automatic electric
iron, small console radio, electric
cooker pot, small electric mixer,
student’s cornet, banjo, 30-day
wall clock, shoe ice skates sizes 6
and 8. Other miscellaneous items
all in excellent condition. ’34.
Ford pickup for trade, mechan-f
ically good, perfect tires. 222 m
9th St., Pasco. 42p1
FOR SALE—New five-room house
with electric range, refrigeratorl
and hot water heater, $650 cash,
Terms. A. A. Jones, 217 Maple‘
wood Ave., Nob Hill addition.
42.434: ‘
FOR SALE— New S2OO Mohair}
davenport and chair to sell at‘
$165. Springs in cushions and in‘
base. A. A. Jones, 217 Maplewood
Ave., Nob Hill addition. 42-4341
FOR SALE—Home sites—River
. and highway h'ontace: also‘
acreage 3% miles west on River
road. Frank E. Berg, Route,2.;
Kennewick. 41-471),
FOR SALE - Garage equipment
and tools. Acetylene welding
set. micrometer. inside and out
side calipers. special l-‘ord tools.
hand tools. 14 No. Auhurn St.,
Don Skirving. Phone 1:8]. 42—c.
SUMMONS FOR PUBLICATION
No. 7620
In the Superhzr (‘ourt of the
State of \K'ashington in and for
benton County.
Alice Gibbins. Plaintiff. vs.
llrtlce R. Bibbins, Defendant.
Slate of Washington.
To the said Bruce R. Gibbons.
defendant:
You are hereby summoned to
appear wihtin sixty days alter the
(late of the first publication of
this summons, to-wit, within sixty
days after the 28th of December.
3944. and defend the above en
titled action in the above en
titled court. and answer the Com
plaint of the Plaintiff, Alice Gib
bins. and serve a copy of your
answer upon the undersigned at
torney for plaintiff at his office
below stated; and in case of your
failure to so do, judgment will
be rendered against you accord
ing to the demand of the Com
plaint which has been filed with
the clerk of the above entitled
court. The object of this action
is to obtain a divorce from the
Defendant upon the grounds of
desertion and cruel treatment.
Kenneth E. Serier, attorney for
Plaintiff. Office and P. 0. Ad
dress: Kennewick, Benton County,
Washington. 12:28-2:1
___________..
NOTICE OF HEARING ON
FINAL ACCOUNT
No. 2285
In the Superior Court of the
State of Washington, in and for
Benton county. ‘
In the matter of the estate of
James Grierson, deceased.
Notice is hereby given that D.
W. Zent. administrator with will
annexed. of the above entitled
estate has filed his final account
and Milton. tor settling the estate
and distribution with the Clerk of
the above entitled court. and that
the court is asked to settle smh
report or accumt. distribute the
property to the heirs or persons
entitled thereto and discharge the
administratnr. -
That Thursday. the Bth day of
February. ms. at the hour of 10
o'clock in the torenoon. at the
court house in Prosser, Benton
county. State of Washington. has
been fixed as the time and place
torhearingmchflnalaccount and
report and petition. at which time
and place all means iatsaeatsd
1 Etta J. Enhnan. Clark at the
SuperiorCourhhyßeum.de
pub. 1:18-28
MOI! ‘
Cause lumbar ‘
In the Superior Court of the
State of Walkman. In and for
theCmmtyotßuston.
Lawrence Plum plaintiff.
VI.
Nellie micelles-g. detail-ht.
The Stat: of Washing“! to “It:
Doung Unto Others...
IN . SPEECH and actions the good
citizen always is careful to avoid a
word or a deed that would give men
tal concern to another. Often the
worst blows are not physical. And
certainly the good citizen tries not ‘
to bring mental anxiety to his loved
~ ones. This cautious concern for oth
ers applies, of. course, to the diSposi
. tion of an estate. It always is a relief,
a satisfaction for heirs to know that
you provided for sound, experienced
adminiStration. That is a sure way to
avoid the infliction of worry on them.
For many years The National Book of Commerce
.- olSeaulchasbeenservingthenropleo/thiscom- ~'
musty as esecator of estates a trustee under anus
and trust agroemnts. The .Icnowledge gained (J as
throughOthese varied expertertcesomay prov: his plru}
5.3.1.153 mummfis'ammitzzxa: 3i
‘ estate management. Matters of a legal nature. and the 1
, preparation of documents. should be referred to your ’
attorney.
Trust Department
T h e
o f Seat tI e
' ‘ Essa-nuns» 1889
Resources Ova WM.”
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Kennemck Branch. Kennewick
1... W M tau-so m
said Nettie Fuuclhere, defendant:
You are hereby :aimnmnml to
appear within sixty (Gm days after
the (lillt‘ (If the “FM Imblir'ntmn (if
this summons, to-wit: \\'llliill sixty
(60! days after the llth day of Jan
uary. 1945, and defend the .'llviv“
entitled action in the .'ilant‘ en
titler‘i Court. and annu'v-r t‘m win
plaint of the plaintiff, liil‘fi'l't'llt'i‘
Fugelhetfiu. and serve a eopy of
your answer upon the nmlvr' i'tned
attormry for plaintiff at lii:; (.‘.:it'e
helow stated: and in (2.4- of your
failure so to do jud'nnvnt will he
rendered against you zit-rotating
to the demand of tlto mmplaint,
\\'lli('il has been t'i‘u-d with the
clerk of the above entitled mnrt.
This action is brought to ohtain a
decree of absolute diwneo from
you upon the ground of (lewrtion,
as set forth in the complaint.
l). \V. Zent, Attorney for l’lain
tiff. office and post office address,
Pasco. Franklin county, Washing
ton, 1:11-2:15
SUMMONS FOR PUBLICATION
In the Superior Court of the State
of Washington in and for
Benton County
. No.
John N. Shepard and Nannie E.
Shepard. husband and wife.
plaintiffs, vs. Ida May Haussen,
and the unknown heirs of the
said Ida May Haussen if she
be now deceased. and also, all
persons and parties unknown,
claiming any right, title. estate.
lien or interest in the real prop
erty described in the complaint
herein. Defendants.
STATE OF WASHINGTON
To the said Ida May Haussen
and to the unknown heirs of
the said Ida May Haussen if
she be now deceased. and to
all persons and parties un
known. claimin¢ any ri¢ht. title,
estate. lien or interest in and to
the seal property described in
the complaint in this action.
You and each of you are hereby
summoned to appear within sixty
daysafterthedateofthefirst
publication of this summons. to-.
wit: within sixty days after the
14th day of December. m 4 and
defend the above entitled action
in the above entitled court and
answer the complaint of plain
tiffs and urges 039! “edyoutf
answer upon an erslcn a
torneys for plaintiffs at their
ogfice below state:o and, in cos:
o your failure so 0 udzmen
will be rendered against you ac
cording to the demand of the
complaint. which has best filed
with the clerk of said court.
The object of the above an
titiled case is to recover judg
ment in favor of plaintiffs against
defendants adjudlinl plaintiffs to
betheownu-softhefollowinsde
saibed seal m. to-wit:
Tract 4. Nob Kill addition to
Kennewick. accordin‘rto plat
thereof. recorded in olume l
of Plats, Page 08. Records of
Benton county. Washington, and
quiet!“ title to said real prop
erty in plaintiffs and granting
to plaintiffs general equitable
'uouuron a 90
PO Attornqs for m
'm' eoJm-h. 12214-135
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